The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on October 6, 1944 · Page 4
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Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, October 6, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Four a m FJIEVENT JAP MSPF "KWEILIN vances, and Jniormaiion received from Nazi prisoners told of constantly deelininK morale in Wehrmacht forces lacing ihe Russians; mux 4ju:x ritjyn:fiJ4N , HI H4H ' ' .IJ SiutU KigtJi Street Koy iTJuu'les JJnleig, Minister H:30 a. m. Morning Worship. Relentless Soviet Drive Crushes Nazi Lines to Belgrade (Continued from page J) Sermon, "A Kule Beyond the Gold' n. ' 6 p. in. Tuxis Society. Kveniug Worship. p. m School Bus Drivers Warned Against ODT Violations INIJJANAPOBIS, Ind. George F. Burnett, of the Office of Defense Transportation, cautioned school bus drivers today that they were violating O. I). T. regulations when they use busses to transport teams, bands, and special ors to athletic games. Burneli, who is JJistrfct Manager of the JJlvisiuu of Highway Transport, said the busses may be used to carry war workers and, to a limited extent, blood donors. CHKISTIAX STJKXCE 6X"IETY ViW 1-2 Blarkiiuw St, (JVtfiitui H&U) 9:80 a. ni. Sunday School. 11 a. in. Ctiureti. Testimonial meeting! every 1st feud 3rd Wednesduy of each month. Budapest railroad before pushing more than eight miles nearer the Hungarian border as the road junction of Busuid fell to BusHlan anus. More than 800 Gern un officer and men were wiped out In the attack which seized Busaid which Beg souie 43 miles south of (he Hungarian city of Szeged and only 15 mile, from the nearest point ou the Hungarian border. j Southeast of Turka, on Ihe Polish-Czechoslovak ian border in the THK FIKNT M1XHOIHST '111 1W H 4 lilioid 4. Jordan, Minister John . KeeUer, SujK'MnUiulmf, hurell KehiMiI .Mi. J. V. Ji.-dei-, Minister of Music Mi's. Ira 4 liun li, Oi'uauisl It ; a 4.1 a. in. .Morning Worship. Senium subject : '"The Cohsi rain in God." J0:d.i a, m. Church School. Vou are cordially Inulcd to ail these ttrll lua tilted classes. CriMt p. 111. Aleihodist Youth Fellowship. Catharine. AJiiiei t, leader. 7:00 p. 111. Evening Service. Sermon subject: "God'u i'atience." 7:00 p. ui. - Monday. Scout meeting and gym session. 7:00 p, 111. Wednesday. Midweek service. Studies in ihe great Pacific History " "r1 History ot Mariana islands goes back to a voyage made in 1521 by THB VUiST JIAJTIKT IHUU'H OF OJ.VfO.V ' Cuiutv 0 J'ifUi tuid Walnut Ky 4'1'Mnl, JiitiMr ti'ur)t 4'Jitnlmlt, Minister of Musir Mi. Txl Mutitaii, i'innM Mi. Joiui Swirknrd, JiUlo Ki lioo tilLKUlleutell V:4U . in. (inided Jtiole School vilb a r lit st for you. ' J0:4C u. 111. Morning worship, pernion nubjrrt, "Ktcnuil J.liV Jn-urancp." 6:00 p. 111. JlnptUl Voulh Ki'l-lowRhip, thi't-t t'ouj'f, Junior, Jun-Jor-Hi unci Senior. . 7:00 p. m. Kwninj; Worship, permou Kubjtt't, "Tlu (Jud of ilira-clg." 7:00 p. in. W-dn'S(lny. prayer mceiinK. ld by Sum Thompson. 8 p. 111. - Wedm'sUay orchi'stra jpractice. ' J: 30 p. in. Thursday. Missionary meeting. Friday und Saturday will be the fjtate Philathea convention at the First Baptist Church of Terre Haute. Oct. , 30. H will be the Baptist JState Convention at Indianapolis. Oct. 9 will be a meptliiK for all the li. Y. F. leaders at the North Terre Haute Baptist Church. On Oct. 25 the motion picture "They Live Carpathians. Soviet mountain fight- , the Portuguese navigator Magellan, ers improved their positions during) then in the service of the king of a night assault. ' ' v i t. . J'ropheey of Jsaiali. The W. S. meets Thursday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock in the pal Attacking in a heavy fog. Russian units encircled German units and broke into defense posi lions from the rear. In the action Russian troops seized a height of great strategic importance and killed over 300 German officers and men. Considerable military equipment was lors of the Church. Mrs. Hoy Staats. bpain. Looking tor the bpice Islands" he came upon Guam, saw so many native canoes fitted with pointed mat sails that he named ths islands Isles de las Velas La tin as (Islands ot the Lateen Sails). Thefts charged to natives stirred him to change the name to Los Ladrones (The Thieves). In 1638 the group was officially named the Marianas for Maria Anna of Austria, widow of Philip IV of Spain, t devotional leader. The Just Word From India will be the subject der consideration, inters from our soldiers there will be read. All wo captured in the Red army attack. Reports gathered from German men of Ihe Church and friends cor dially welcome. documents captured in Soviet ad- 4CHRISTJAN SCIENCE ; SERVICES "Are Sin, Disease, and Death) Real?" is the subject of the Le.s-1 non-Sermon in all Churchc 0 4'hrist, Scientist, on Sunday, Qc tobcr H. I The Golden Text is: "0 Lord my God, I cried unto thee, and thoui hast healed mc. O Lord, thou hast, .brought up my soul from the grave: thou hast kept me alive, that 1' should not go down to the pit" (Psalms 30:2, 3). Among the citations which com-, prise the Lesson -Sermon is the i following from the Bible: "If in' this life only we have hope in,' .Christ, we are of all men most mis-j erable. But now is Christ risem from the di ad, and become the first-fruits of tiu'm that slept. O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory? The sting of death is sin; and the strength of sin is the law. But thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our-Lord Jesus Christ" (I Corinthians 15-:19, 20, 65-57). ' : The Lesson-Sermon also includes-the following1 passages from iho Christian Science textbook, "Sciencei and Health with Key to the Scrip-1 tures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "The Bible calls death an enemy, and Josus overcame death and the grave, -instead uf yielding to them. He was the way.' To him. therefore, death was not the threshold over which he must pass jnto living glory" (p. 39). "Jesus' deed was for the enlightenment of men and for the ealvation of tlie whole world from tin, sickness, and death" (p. 45), ' OUJUJLM MMMMMMJ LMJJJiJJJJAMAMJAPMWV r.AJ.VAKV JJA1T1ST 4 111 !t Ji it J 7 Jlla liiiiiui Street Jr. Frank S. Kei-ner, Minister ..... a c 9:30 o. ut. Bible School. John CHINESE LABORERS, working under U. S. Army 14th Air Force supervision; dig holea to the runway of the Kweilin airfield in southeast China to plant bombs for the airbase's destruction to prevent Its use by the Japanese. The U. S. forces evacuated the Important airbase because of the advancing Japanese drive, (Interaitioaal) Forever" will be shown, ut the First Baptist Church. "JKw Juroje ,. ' . 5 The qollecttou 'of piotUfcs or Lite peoples of Kurppe who fire Ziotnejess and in need, is uw in progress. New or used clothes of any kind wiii be received and in turn Bnt to our government, who in turn will dis CarnvU. fiui't. , 10:45 a. m. MornituAVorship Serai on subject "Fossessi-d Value." t!:30 p. m. Young fvj&ideg Service. 7:30 p. m. Evening1 pervice. Sermon subject "lie Strom? in the Lord."' : ' tribute them free to the needy of Europe. You muy bring them to the Baptist church or parsonage. For That "Very Special Quality VALDOEIRO BRANDY 5 Years Old v Pints $1.75 GLENMORE "Old Thompsons'1 BLENDED WHISKEY 86.8 PROOF FIFTHS S3. 90 (COMPLETE LINES OF . , . WINE RUM GIN BRAND Y WHISKEY AND CORDIALS V V' Libei's Liquor Store British Drivp Engulfs Greek Port of Rion (Continued trom page li 7:30 p. in. Monday evenin.g, cottage pruyer meeting. 7 p. m. Wednesday, midweek prayer service. Childrens Hour Friday afternoon from 3:30 to 4:30. AIJ children are invited. ' A cordial welcome awaits you at Calvary Church. FAIRVIKW PAItJSH J. 8. (Godwin, Minister , . jyairview 8:4D a. m. Sunday School Isabel Blake, both of )ana; four nephews, Mark Nebeker,- Franklin B. Wor.ey, and Iee Morey all of Clinton and Shell Anderson of 1 Paso, Texas and two nieces, Mrs, Lee Haiu Clinton and Mrs. Fred Sutthep, Mid-dleton, Ohio. The body was taken to the Frist Funeral 'Home and will be returned to the South FifjJi Street residence Saturday afternoon. Last rites will be held at 3 p. m. Sunday at the home with Jtev. Clifford C. Jordan of the First Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in Kiverside Cemetery. The family requested that no flowers be sent. An- Santi Quaranta. at the southwes tern corner of Albania, lies at the northern end of the Corfu channel HH H. Will Kt. "JIiiijn.' or oiuiiii)" opposite the island of Kerkkira (Corfu). Artillery JjoinJajJ Mainland Allied artillery batteries set up on the Dalmatian islands meanwhile continued to shell German position fin Dip ViijokIn v m:i in f:i nd K:i 1 vnes VUiST HKISTJAX i III 114 H Bluekmaji Street L. I'. Jeloister, J'astor The Fall and Winter activities of the Church are getting under way and the Church is counting on you to stand up and be counted. The Bible school is 9:30 with classes for every age. Our goal for next Sunday is 151 in attendance. Worship service and sermon at 10:45, with the Lord's Supper. The sermon theme for the morning hour will be "The Influence of a Christ Centered Life" tnteresting Social News Everyday drew Simpson, Supt. 7:30 p. m. Worship. Sermon: Tbe Christian Code. Our services are planned to meet the needs of old and young. It Is impressive to see whole families at church. 10:00 a. in. Sunday School. Ernest Myers, supt. , . 11:00 a. m. World-Wide Communion Service. We unite with Christians around the world In celebrating the ford's Supper. You are invited. Jeiu 10:00 a. m. Sunday School. E. J. Randolph, Supt. Yes. our school is not large as ' aonie, but we have just the place for you. New Presbyterian Minister To Be Installed Wednesday Rev. Roy Charles Lin berg, pastor of the Presbyterian Church will be installed at a special service Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 7:30 p. m. ut the church. The Presbytery of Crawfordsville will have charge of the meeting with Miles Freeman, pastor of the First Church of Delphi, Ind. presiding. Rev. Freeman will give the message for the evening. William R. Graham, J). P., of the Central Presbyterian Church of Lafayette will give the charge to the congregation and Allen A. Kohler, of Rock-ville, soon to be installed pastor a(t Frankfort will also take part in the program. were hurled ut the Germans around j the clock. ' i A few prisoners were taken in the puth in Greece east from Patras ' FIRST rHESBYTKItlAX 4 III it II Third and Mulberry St. Roy 4 harles Liiiht-rg, Ministr Mrs. F. 4. Hut Jiiiisoii, 4iganists 9:30 a. ni. Suijid;iy School. l0:4i a. m. Morning worship. Sermon. "Whose " Prayer?" Solo. Dick Glover. "The Lord s Prayer." 7:30 p. ni. l'nday, choir practice. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Installation Services for Rev. Lin berg. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY while in other parts of Peloponnesus surrender of Nazi-established security bat ut lions was1 accepted. Headquarters said that Allied forces engaged German craft in the Gulf of Corinth with "satisfactory results." u- : ''''' ' ' Weather HajiyxW Ojwrat ions ' '' The campaign in Albania was restricted by bad weather which hampered air .operations but patrol clashes and artillery duels continued. The British forces turned Germun guns captured at Patras on Nazi craft in the Gulf of Corinth when enemy troops attempted an escape. Reports' to headquarters said a-bout 1.000 Germans were in Patras 8HFPAHOSVIIJ K M!W TLSTAMI NX L1UBJUU -, . Hev. Jusepli J. Humemkliouse, 1'a.stor 10 a. m. Sunday School. 11 a. in. Morning Worship. 7:30 p. m. Evening service. 7:30 p. m. "Wednesday, prayer meeting. Remember red and blue contest at church. Importance of Steel Steel's effect upon life today is so important that we could give up most other metals including gold with less disturbance to civilization. Today's steels are the strongest, toughest, hardest, yet most ductile, elastic and obedient of all metals used by mankind. ?7 i A i " ' ' ' ' ' At French Lick, September 1 5th Candidate Schricker, to Governor Thomas E, Dewey, said this: "They (the voters) are not going to wap 'a horse for a pony' in the middle of the stream." when the Allied Adriatic land forces moved in. The Nazi position he-came untenable after the surrender of 1.500 security battalion personnel in the Peloponnesus. Secure Sea Occupation of Patras gives the Allies a large sea base for further operations in Greece. Kion was abandoned by the Nazis in the fac-? of the fh-iermim d British onslaught, in the direction of Corinth. 60 miles to the east. The Germans put out across the narrows of the Corinth Gulf ahead of the British entry. Pat riols A ut t x'i at im Greek and Albanian patriots gave close support to Allied operations in both countries. The extremely unfavorable, weather and historically difficult terrain The next day the Indianapolis Times, never editorially unfriendly to Candidate Schricker, said this: , : t: "The people are not going to swap a horse for a pony in the middle of the stream" ... Governor Henry F Schricker, referring to the presidential election chances , ,v of Governor Thomas E. Pewey, in a speech at French I4ck. . . r- "Governor Dewey's height: Slightly more than 5 feet, 8 inches; weight 157 pounds. "Governor, Schricker' height: 5 feet, 9 inches j weight 135 pounds." " made progress in Ihe Albanian. pushJ difficult. The Germans ' resiste!? fiercely all along the Iarande-JeI-i vine road where the enemy for maintained strong artillery positions. Fa Mrs. J. II. Bogart, Pioneer Clinton Resident, Is Dead (Continued from Pg 1) On .May of lliat ar f-lif wan married lo Dr. Jolin li. liocari. a civil War V.icran, who Jiad !' practising medicine in Clinton since ISM. J J it ri iik liis H year? ut prat-iis? in Clinton and Vermillion Comity, !r. Hoirart became one of the I WILL SEIX AT PI'BLIC AUCTION; AT THK ( j.INTOX ALTO COMPANY BULDINU, AT 110 MLLBEKRY STREET, CLINTON, INDIANA, ON f SATOEHDAY, CT. 7 BEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M., certain personal j)rojM-rly of Maurice Hegarty and others, as follows: HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Two anlitjue beds, two antique dressers, one sewing machine, 1 library table, 1 China cabinet, chest of drawers-antique, 1 small desk, 1 roll top desk, 1 large rocker, 4 average size rockers, 4-6 straight chairs, 'i stand tables, 1 small book case, 1 fern stand, 1 large clothes press-antique, 2 iron beds, 1 ice box, 1 dresser and chest combination, bedding, feather pillows, I Clinton heating stove, Speed King electric water heater, 1 Kenmore electric mangle, 1 set golf clubs and bag, six-picf-e dining room suite complete, one. nicker sofa, one two-piece living room suite, two kitchen tables, eight chairs, two oil stoves, one heating stove, one kitchen range, four tubs, two wash boards, one electric toaster, two kitchen safes, lo beds with springs, one 9x12 Axminster rug, two kerosene lamps, one lot of linoleum, one set of curtain stretchers, one lantern, two sacks of cement, one lot of barrels, two trunks, one suitcase, one kitchen cabinet, one dresser, one alarm clock, one breakfast set, two kerosene cans, antique glass and dishes, utility dishes, and kitchen ware, tools and hardware and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH : '3 2 EI. EI. W5celhiaill3;, Trustee AUCTIONEER: Col. "Buster" Roberts CLERK: Charles A. Brown SETTLING CLERK : Fred Hayes leading physicians in the area. Oeal'-! ness forced his retirement Ut lt'jx out lie cuininued active in comrnun-ity life until his death in Elect cm tDmiey, and 3Ud Republican fhienda in NAvem&vt To children were horn to the union. Dr. I'aul X. Uofiart of Terre Haute and Jlrs. Zona Dogart Sliaff. A-iduw of the late Dr. D. C. Shaft', of Clinton. tcihe i'liui'eii Worker Through her liletinie Mrs. Bogart had been an active and loyal luem-oer of the First Methodist Church. Besides ihe son and daughter. Mrs. lioart is survived by our irandchildrin. Lieutenant Taul Sliaff. I'. S. Army, stationed at Toil- J INDIANA REPUBLICAN STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE le. Ctah; Mrs. Bert Baylies. California; Mrs. Jame Iioyce. Terre Haute and Mrs. Anthony Blake, liana; four great-grandchildren, Ann Koycc James Koaer Jr. both of Terre Haute, Aiullui.i Blaku, Jr. and ilai)

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