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- . i Tagc TEreS THE DAILY CLINTON! A Friday, November 10, 1941. SHEPARDSVIIJiF. NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH Rev. JiMepli V HumerlckhoiiHe, study Included the use, function and maintenance of all electric tools used World Riisinens Conference Begins Postwar Planning WVt1 V V Tin hituriuil ioniil bUHineHK conference opened H post war piantiliiK seHSions touay wn n pleas from President Uoosevelt and U. K. Chamber of Coiiiineree head ICrir Johnston lliat the futur world be bused on international cooperation. Khnrily i-'t'T President !t:inr veil's mesHaue praising tin eonier-em-e as "a most eontnoMidable step toward good future lvlalluiiK" anions all nations bad hen nnd to n luncheon session, Johnston urtfed that the "world of tomorrow" should not be "a restricted world of high walls. Uuh suspicious and hiuh animosities." "We have tried that world." In declared, "and It does not work," ' Johnston ured all businessmen, every w hern, to take a more active J part In world cooperation and added: j '"In the past, nat ional decision ' have too often beti b'ft to political heads: too freouently the results have been blunders. In the world j of tomorrow businessmen must be j vocal; they phty a much larger pari j In world affairs. "Human happiness is not entirely. matter of political consideration; It also haiiKH upon sound economics." Johnston declared that just as "the economic and political welfare oT the United States is deiiendent up on the small businessman . . . on an international scale, the welfare and happiness of the world depends upon the growth and prosperity of the small nations." Kobert (Jaylord, president of the National Association of Manufacturers,, said that establishment of the conference was founded on sound business principles and that International trade "can be done without lowerliiK or adversely uffectiiiK the. inhirdx of fin r own country." In his message, the I'lesiueni atresHi-il that inleninllomil cooperation of all types was necessary to fiinire world peace. Ants rednmlnate There are more ants in the world than any other insect. AT FIRST JI0N0FA 7 ustnnii P. & J. MARKET lllllsilnle. Illil. Come and Try Onr GROCERIES FRESH MEATS At All Times Hours: Week Dnys G A. M. to 8 F. M. Sundays 7 A. M. to 10 A. M. ! 4 P. M. to 8 P. M. CHEAPER THAN NEW PARTS i i to id . m tli n- J- M. . ir-la d-r. r- T- to Better Check Up ... LUBRICATION IS by the navy. Electricity and the radio elements of eleclriclty were also included In the course. U.S.A. Clarence Greasmlre, son of Mr.ra.nd Mrs. Clifford Gressmlre of 'Newport, left ror the United States Naval Training Center at Great Lakes Thursday. The young aallor will receive his boot training at that station. U S.A Seaman second clasB Donald C. Richards, son of Mr. and Mrs. War-die Richards, la spending a ten day leave with his parents In this city. U.S.A Robert McConnell, son of Mr. and Mjrs. John Newklrk of Clinton, Is spending a ten day leave with IiIb parents. When his leave Is up, young McConnell will return to the Naval ... .. . 1 I.' I .. U 1c, Air Ktaiion ai reilHUL-uitt, r m. nc , a brother of Mrs. Ralph Adams of , Newport. U.S.A. Morris Rush, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rush of west of Newport, who is now in a hospital in Chicago recovering from 'an attack of malar- la. spent a 72 hour leave with his. parents last week. Young Bush who is in the Seahees returned to Uie United States several weeks, ago after having been stationed In the South Pacific for the last eleven and a half months. A friend. Pfc. Mark L. Sullivan. Jr.. of Georgia, who is also In the hospital, came home with him. Lunging Soviet Armies Crash i Nazi Defenses (Continued lion pas 1) three miles of Fuzesabony. a Junction point on the heavily defended railway. Kail Line Knocked (hit The rail line, which connects German forces on the Hungarian and Chechoslovakian fronts, was virtually useless. It was hammered by Soviet guns, beating a pathway for the relentless advance of Malinovsky's men. The Soviet communique also disclosed that Red army units seized the town of Igrlci. nine miles westward from the Tisza. Igricl is 15 miles southeast of Miskolc, Hungary's fifth-largest ity. Counter With tiHeavy Fire In crossing the Tisza, the Russians encountered terrific enemy fire designed to hurl the Red army back into the river. Particularly fierce fighting occurred northweBt of the town of Szebled, according to the Russian communique supplement. More than 1.000 enemy corpses littered the battle area after German tanks and infantry tried to outflank the Soviet troops. Eight other counter-attacks were thrown back in other sectors, and the 27th Hungarian division, decimated to one-fourth its normal strength, was routed. ... Battle on Ilannbe South of Budapest, heavy fighting was in progress along the Danube river, according to fragmentary reports from the front. The Moscow communique did not mention this phase of the campaign specifically. (Russian troops crossed the Danube at the town of Zombor, 10 miles northeast of Abatin, Jugoslavia, and, i roughly. 175 miles south of the Hun garian capital, according to a merman DNB Agenecy report heard in London. German sources also reveal ed the Soviet army was slashing a-gainst a Nazi- held bridgehead on the east bank of the Danune near uuna foeldvar, only 40 miles south of Bu da pent. ) Artillery Hammer (Ity Soviet artillery continued to ham mer directly at Budapest, the big guns firing from the city's outskirts. The Moscow war bulletin failed to state the situation prevailing before the city. Cocoa Used as Medicine When the Spanish explorer Cortex returned from Middle America in 1528, he brought with him a shipment of cocoa beans which were used by the ailing rich as a remedial. lHat(n 10:00 a. in. Sunday School. 7:30 p. in. Evening Services. 3:00 p. ni. AMernoon Service. 7:30 p. ui. Wednesday, prayer meeting. Hoiiieeomlng Potluck lunch at noon, Sunday. Verse of the week: "Speaking the Truth In Love." liri.ry'K KMT PREKB VTKRI A N CIII'IM'H Rev. cliartea I,lnlMir, 1'iwtor Mis Florence Alier, MiimIc Director "Praise His Name." Anthem. "When Do The Good Die?" Her-mou subject. FIRST PltF.SBYTERIA.V "CHURCH Rev. Cliai-lex I. Inherit, l'at"l' Mr. F. (. HiltrhiiiMill, Music Director "The Name or Jesus is So Hweet." Anthem. "Two Things It Is Easy to Fall Into!" Sermon subject. Roosevelt Hints 'Big 3' Meet Is Held Soon (CottMoneA F 'm Pftff 1 In the drawer of hi dHk. He was asked about It today. Mr. Roosevelt looked the slip ov-fr and said he had thought he prob ably would reeeiv a total ot .J.:; !lertir;il voten against 1 H for his opponent. He was aked If he had made an election bet and he said he had called it off. He was also asked whether he had vet received anv direct communica tion from (iov. Dewey, the deleated ; Republican candidate. The President replied with a sin- gle No. ; Mi'. Hiiosevelt spent a quiet day i atfain yesterday at ills Hyde Iark estate. He stayed in part of the day, working on current correspondence with his secretary. Miss (iraee Tally. ; In the art'ernoon, the President 1 went Tor another motor drive ! through Hie Hudson river highlands. The day was comfortable, with Just. a late autumn crispiness in tne air. ; MesKaues IVnii 111 . j Thousands or messages still pour-; ed Into the temporary White House from all over the nation all day j Thursday. ' Protecting Milk . , i " Dairy products are easily coti-1 laminated. To protect the family' I health, milk aliould be kept constant- j ly covered tn spotless comainera and at a maintained temperature of no more than 50 degrees. If contained in paper cartons, wipe the nout with a clean cloth before each pouring. If stored in bottles, wash the outside of the bottle, being especially careful to cleans the anouth and cap. VELL, FROM THE OF THAT LETTER, j a Our luliiicitioii man U an expert at his loh. ami Hon is hy. when you hiite onr ear lulu i Jle.l. at the Ford (iariiae, you'll linil that Hie Job i n just "iveil done" hut (hat the work ....... n. . willi 1111 eitert touch THfc FIRST BAPTIST CfitTtt'H OF CUNTOS Fifth and Walnut Ray Oawl, Mliilntw (Jeorge (lieliliali, BllnlMier in mumi-Mnt. Ted Minvan, I'lanlx! Mm. John Hwlrkand, Kiterliitwuleii( of ("fiurrll Helinnl -10.'4B a. m. Morning Worship. Smon subject, "No Accommodation Without Reservation." 2:00 p. m. Sunday afternoon, a meeting of all the workers of the Church School and of the Church. Rev. G. C. Mithchell who rs director of Evangelism and Rural Churches fnr the Bantlst of Indiana, will pre sent a program of visitation. 6:00 p. m. Haptisi romp, rei-lowshlp. Juniors, Junior-Ill, Seniors. They are doing a fine work come and meet with them. 7:00 p. m. Rev. O. C. Mitchel v.,1i Vprnnn. Ind. will be our guest speaker. He has a good mess age and Is a good apeancr. 7:00 p. m. Wednesday, prayer meeting. 8:00 p. m. Wednesdny, orchestra practice. 7:00 p. m. t- Tuesday, W. W. G. meeting at the home of Miss Mary Sue Tucker. The lesson will he presented by Miss Betty Gray. Devotions will be given by Ruth Adams. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Tth and Blackmail I.. V. DePoliter, Pastor 9:30 a. m. Church activities begin with the Bible School.. A class for every age. 10:45 a. m. Worship witn tne Lord's Supper and sermon. This is World Order Sunday and will be emphasized. . . Sunday, November 20th will be Hnme Coming. Thanksgiving and Guest Day. A covered dish luncheon will be served at the church at noon with program following. One of Oie features of the Home Coming Day will be a playlet In which fourteen characters will take part, entitled "Great Is Thy Faithfulness". This program will be given at 7:00 p. m. CAVALRY BAPTIST CHURCH 237 Blackmail fttreet Ih Frank H. Keener. Minister 9:30 a. m. Bible School. John Carnell. Supt. 10:45 a. m. Morning Worship. Sermon theme, "They Shall Never Thirst." Read Landers, Gospel Song Lead er, will be with us in tne morning and evening services. 6 p. m. Young Peoples service. Tp. m: Evening Service. Sermon subject, "And They Shall Be Miner." 7:80 n. m. Monday evening. cottage prayer meeting. 7:15 n. m. Wednesday evening. midweek prayer service. rhttrtren's Hour Friday afternoon from 3:30 to 4:30. All children are invited. en HATE TO ' Vuus n"3 W ITS PlJln('9lt06a.lN0A6LtNiS.THE ri.v V ?M .... hair m I HARRY lt-- 4Trri l r . itv L',-a.i,i that can't he beat. When lillirii ate jour ear, it is done with a" eye to Inline urease jobs for ou salislaetioll is Kunrallteed! WILSON, JUSTICE & 0SELLA AUTO SALES IAIRV1KW PARISH 8. (Imlwin, Minister Kalrvlew 9-45 a. in. Hunduy Schuol. An drew Simpson, Supt. 7:30 p. m. Worship. Salem 10:00 a. m. Sunday School, r,. E. Randolph, Supt. 10:00 a. m. Worship. Center 10:00 a. m. Sunday School. Ernest Mye.rs, Supt. Vitn nrA invfreri tn have a part in promoting' First Things in your com munity. And we are a r rienuiy people. , FltlK.VIM CHURCH AT NFWPORT November 17 in in Meeting: guest speak ers from Indiana Council of Church es. 12 a. m. Basket dinner C p. m. Basket supper. 8 p. m. Evening meeting. All ministers and teachers are urged to attend. HIIMN'KSA MISSION 2K N. Kill 7:30 p. in. Sunday night service, i Midweek prayer service Thursday night. The public Is Invited. CHRISTIAN ROIENCR SOCIETY i&UI l-S lllarkinan St. (Pythian Hall) 1:30 a. ni, Sunday School. 11 a. m. Church. Teitlmonl.l meetings every 1st and 3rd Wtdnesday of each month. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES "Mortals and Immortals" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, November 12. The Golden Text is: "As is the earthy, such are they also that are earthy: and as is the heavenly, such are they also that are heavenly" (I Corinthians 15:48). Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "But ye have not so learned Christ; If so be that ye have heard him, and have been taught by him, as the truth is in Jesus: That ye put off concerning the former conversation ' the old man, which is corrupt according to the deceitful lusts; And be renewed in the spirit of your mind; And that ye put on the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true holiness" (Ephesians 4:20-21). The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian Science textboOk'Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "The real man is spiritual and immortal, but the mortal and imperfect so-called 'children of men' are counterfeits from the beginning, to be laid aside for the pure reality. This mortal is put off, and the new man or real man is put pn, in proportion as mortals realize the Science of man and seek the true model" (p. 40S). "THINK ELAINE OUT VJHO VJROTE Jl'U-TRV , AMyTHWS iat t -a IV t i " P- I'M VJ1TH OF ALL MODELS OH,TllLlE'. VJ HAT'S NEWS OF MEN IN THE SERVICE (Continued from Page One) i Mrs. Minnie Russell has received word that her huxhund, Pfc. Adrian Russell, has arrived safely in Franre from England. Pre. Russell is with the Army Knlmieers 111 a Has Konerat-InK unit. Pfc. Russell enlered the Army last January and was sent overseas In July. He received his basic irninlnK at Ft. Ilelvolr, Va. and Camp Reynolds. Pa. U.S.A. Petty Officer Claude Vlettl, He-clallst 8 A 2c has heen promoted to the rank of First Class Petty of-ffcer. Vlettl graduated from Physical Instructor School at BnliibrldKe, Md. last March and since that time has heen Head Instructor at the Naval Radio School at the Auburn Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Okla. U.S.A. Sgt. Olenn W. AdaniB, son of Mrs. Jessie Adams of Vine street is spending a ten day furlousli with relatives and friends. St-'t. Adams Is honored to wear the C.ood Conduct ribbon. pre-Pearl Harbor ribbon with one bronze star, Caribbean Theater ribbon, one hash mark for a three year enlistment period and five gold bars which Indicate five or more periods of six months each overseas service. Sgt. Adams is now stationed at Ft. Riley, Kanfl. U.S.A S 2c Herman Riley has returned to Creat Lakes, 111. after spending a short leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Riley of route two, Clinton. r.s.A. A. O. M. 2c Robert McConnell Is spending a nine day leave In Clinton with hiB parents, Mr. and Mrs. John S'ewkirk. McConnell is stationed at Bronson Field, Florida with the Naval Air Force. NEWS Of'nEWPORT MEN IN SERVICE Corporal Clair Van Sant returned to his camp at Fort Denning. Ca Sunday after spending a ten day furlough with his wife. Mrs. Freda Van Sant and small son. U.S.A. Seaman second-class Marvin Fort-ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fortner of Newport, is spending a nine day leave with his parents. Young Fortner who arrived home Thursday, has just completed his boot training at the Naval Training Station at Great Lakes. 111. When his leave is up, he will return to Great Lakes where he will either be sent to sea or to a specialized school to learn a trade, J3efore coming home Seaman, Fortner Baid that he had seen A. S. Russell Ingram, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ingram, also of Newport. The two boys attended Newport High School together. U.S.A. CharleB E. Warren. 18, of Perrys-vllle was a graduate recently from the Naval Training School on the Purdue University campus, Lafayette. Ind., and received recognition as eligible to qualify for the petty officers rate of electrician's mate third class. The newly graduated man was selected for this Bpecial school on the basis of his recruit training aptitude test scores. 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