The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 17, 1944 · Page 5
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THE DAILY CLINTON I AN Friday, November 17, 1944. tn ra . i. 1 fnt. C oallnnll Nazis Loose Flood On Allied Troops In Ravenna Drive (Continued from Page Ono) er sectors by both the American Fifth Army and the British. Eighth. to the south Pacific where he has served 11 months at a naval hospital base. Mrs. Farley and son are making their home with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Owen Fullz. Mrs. Dora Wann has returned from Chicago where she visited her son, Floren Wann who Is In an army hospital there. Sgt. Wann arrived in the states three weeks ago from theEuropean theatre of war. He has seen action In Italy, Sicily and France. He was wounded in action last June and has been in the hospital since that time. Sgt. Wann will be transferred from Chicago to a-nother hospital within the next week. He is expecting to come home on a furlough sometime in December. Mrs. Walter Jordan, Jr. entertained at a birthday dinner at her home Sunday in honor of her daughter, Joyce Ann, who celebrated her first birth anniversary that day. A large birthday cake with one candle was the centerpiece. Those present were Mrs. John Moore and daughters of Newport and Mr. and Mrs. HarriBon Grubbs of Cayuga. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mathas Iaft Monday for Miami, Fla. where they will spend the winter months. Miss Olive Mae Donald Bpent several days with her grandmother, Mrs. Ruby Ewbank and other relatives in Chicago. Miss Marie Smith of Chicago spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and also with Mrs. Kathleen Roark. Captain Charles Dunkerly of Camp Campbell, iKy., is here on a ten day furlough with his father, Leland Dunkerly and sister, Mildred. Another sister, Mrs. Llla Bracken and children of Charleston, 111., is also here visiting the Dunkerly family. Mrs. Joe Ryland and Mrs. Inez Pratt left Friday for Detroit, Mich., where they will spend several days and, In a desperate move to stave off the Allied advances in the Adriatic coastal sector, the enemy flooded an area south of Ravenna by demolish ing the banks of the Fluml Untl riv er. Poles Blast Nazi Positions With the Poles blasting out heavl ly defended and concealed positions of the enemy in Mount Castellac-clo, the Eighth Army Inched northward toward tho vital city of Fa-enzl, along the Bologna-Rimini com munications lines. Castelaccio Is a key feature dominating German defenses In a sector .west of Forll. British troops of the Eighth Army, in the meantime, consolidated newly won ground In the vicinity of Forli, north and west of the city. Allies Overrun Modiglano Indian forces teamed with ,the British on the right flank of the American Fifth Army to overrun the important road center of Mo-diglana, and, farther west, Ameri can units under Lieut. Gen. Mark Wayne Clark advanced more than a mile through the Serchio valley. The communique, Issued by Allied headquarters, indicated the desperation of the German defenders along the Adriatic coastal sector of the Italian front. Floods, caused by Na zi demolition of the Fluml Uniti river banks, were "large," the communique stated. Swirling waters unleashed a- gainst the advancing Eighth Army troops forced the British to withdraw slightly from their forward-most positions. In causing the man-made flood, the Nazis also rendered further offensive operations a-gainst Ravenna extremely difficult for the time being. RATION CALENDAR Processed Foods Blue stamps A8 through Z8 and A-6 through R5 in Book 4 good for 10 points indefinitely. Meats, Cheese and Dairy Products All red stamps A8 through Z8 and A6 through P6 In Book 4 valid in definitely for rationed meats, cheese and dairy products. Stamps worth 10 points each. Sugar Stamps 30, 31, 32 and 33 In nook 4 good for 6 points until further notice. Stamp 40 In hook 4 good- for1' 6 pounds of canning sugar. Shoes No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 "airplane" stamp 111 Book 3 good for one pair each until further notice. Always present Book 3 when making purchase as stamps are Invalid if removed from the book. Gasoline Stamp A-13 good for four gallons through Dec. 21. H-4 and C-6 good for 6 gallons until further notice. Cayuga News Of Past Week Former Cayugan Receives High Mechanical Post; Wedding is Announced John D. Todd lias received word from hit son, Wallace K. Todd, that he has keen appointed to (lie posi tion or Master Mechanic of Koppers United Company at Heaver, a. Mr. Todd will have charge and be res ponsible for all mechanical maintenance. He Is a graduate of Cayuga High School with the class of 1923 and Roso Polytechnlcal College of Terre Haute with the class of 1928 as a mechanical engineer. He lias been employed at Koppers since graduation. Ho was first located in Flushing, N. Y., until his transfer to Pennsylvania about a year ago, Mr. and Mrs. John Tate announced the marriage of their son, Lt. Gilbert Tate to Lorrene Williams of Eufaula, Okla., recently. The double ring ceremony was solemnized at five o'clock Oct. 28 at the First Presbyterian Church at Fresno, Calif. The bride wore a French blue wool crepe dress with black accessories and a corsage of orchids. The sister of the bride, Miss Reba Williams, was maid of honor and wore a beige suit with brown accessories and a corsage of gardenias and yellow roses. After the wedding, a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Williams In Rlverdale, Calif. Lt. and Mrs. Tate spent part of their honeymoon in Cayuga. After 15 days, they returned to Fresno where he is stationed as Radar instructor. : Notice' has been poBted by chairman of the Red Cross, Harold O'-Donnell, that the Red Cross workroom in Cayuga will be closed temporarily until more gauze is received. The present supply will be exhausted this week and more gauze Is not likely to be resumed before March 1. The Bewlng project is in charge of Daisy Beardsley and it is Ihoped that the women who have made surgical dressings will help with this project. The American Legion and Auxiliary will have a family night Thursday evening at which time a chicken supper will be Berved. ' All servicemen who are home on fudough" are cordially invited to be with the Legion and Auxiliary. The chickens are being furnished by the Legion and will be prepared by the Auxiliary. MemberB are asked to bring their own service and a cov ered dish. The program committee is Mrs. Iva Albright and Mrs. Flora Weatherman. Mrs. Robert Farley has received word from her husband, Robert E. Farley that he has been promoted from Seaman First Class to the rating of Ships Cook Third ClasB. Seaman Farley entered the Navy, September of 1943 and received his boot training at Great Lakes. When he completed his training he was sent Wanted To Duy -SO-Uscd Cars HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID WILSON, JUSTICE AND OSELLA AUTO SALES (Formerly Coleman Auto Co.) HIMX'KKST PKKSBVTKIUAN CHUIM'H 501 North Htli Hlm't Itoy Charles IJnhcrg, Mliiler Mm. Auna nnnoe, Superintendent of Sunday School Miss Florence Aucr, Director of Music 9:30 a. m. Sunday School. 6:00 p. m. Tuxls Societies. 7:16 p. m. Evening Church Service. Sermon subject "The Faith of Our Fathers Is Never Enough." . Anthem "Lead On, O God." FIRST FRK8BYTBIUAS CHIIUH Third and Mulberry Roy !liarle Unbent. Minister Mm. E. O. Hutchinson, Director of Music 9-30 a. m. Sunday School. l'p, m. Young Peoples Meet- To-45 a. m. Church Services. Sermon subject "Thinking and Thanking." Anthem "Give Thanks Unto God. 8HEPARDSVIIXK NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH Rev. Joseph E. Humeri, khouse, Pastor , 10:00 a. m. Sunday School. 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship. 7-30 p. m. Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Prayer Meeting. "Choose You This Day Whom Ye Will Serve" verse of the week. , "Choise and Service" thought of the week. CHRISTIAN CHUIM'H fltlackman and 7lti St. II F. DePoistar, Pastor Sunday, Nov. 26th Homecom-. i ,1 nitoat rmv. 12:00 noon A covered dish luncheon. 7:00 p. m. Thanksgiving prj-gram, "Great Is Thy Faithfulness." 9-30 a. m. Bible School class. 10:45 a. ni. Morning services. Sermon, "Creating a Christian Personality." THE HILLSDALE UNITED BRETHREN CH11MM . Sunday, Nov. 19 at 7:30 will be opening night for Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Cob, evangelists from Gessle, Ind Special music by the young people of Hillsdale United Brethren Church. Rev. V. B. Goss, pastor. HOLINESS MISSION 838 North Eighth St. I 7:30 p. ni. ounuay 't"' Vice. I 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Midweek ! Braver Meetinc. ' Relentless Soviet Columns Converge On Hungary City ' (Continued irom page I( ..:!, i wn mken. and. in a new crossing of the Tlsza River, other forces captured TlBzaladany. some 20 miles weBt of the imperilled metropolis. : n ii,-n an towns and villages fell into Russian hands in the step- ped-up Hungary ortensivc. i ne uioai important, from a strategic viewpoint, appeared to be the Nazi de-rnnDivd atrnnirhnlri at Jaszarkoszallas and the railway station of Vamos- gyoerk, the latter locateu do nines nnHiioani of Rnrlanest on the vital Miskolc-Budapest communications line. Breach Defense Positions Seizure of these two places enabled the Soviet forces to breach some of the strongest Nazi defense positions between Budapest and Miskolc, and afforded the Russians an easier pathway toward the Austrian frontier. SEE l iruuiiii ii.f " " rff through Dec. 3 k E, El and Wl good for 1 gallon. R, Kl ana i frnnri for K cullnns. A. B. C. D aft 1' pnininn. am tint Vfllirl Until tll0 have been endorsed in ink, pencil', stamped or printed with the automobile registration number and state. Motorists should write 1944 numbers on book and on coupons. Mileage record must be submitted with applications for supplemental rat-Ions. Tires " Periodic passenger car tire Inspec tions are no longer required. Commercial vehicle inspection due every 6 months or every 6,000 miles. B cardholders eligible for Grade I tires providing they can show absolute need to carry on essential activities. All A holders may obtain certificates for Grade 3 tires, but only after they have found tires which may be purchased. j Fuel Oil Period 4 and 6 coupons, valid through Aug. 31, 1945 and have the following values: 1 unit 10 gallons; 6 units gallons; 26 units, 260 gallons. All changemaklng coupons and reserve coupons are now good. Fuel oil rations for 1944-45 heating season now being issued. Period 1 good immediately. Stoves All new heating, cooking and "omhlnatlon heating and cooking stoves, designed for domestic use, lor Installation on or above the floor and for the use of coal, wood, oil, kerosene, gasoline and 'ga',..are rationed. Certificates mus(v be "obtained from local Board. . ijj j Phosphorus Deficient ' Remedy for phosphorus-deficient soils and crops is the application of generous amounts of phosphate although in the case of a few cops and some seasons application of phosphates never failed to increase) the phosphorus content above minimum requirements. Corn stover is one of the forage crops which usually is low in phosphorus. Phosphate fertilizers used on corn do increasa the phosphorus content but fail to bring it above the minimum needs. m . Chilean Copper Of approximately 8,000 copper mines in Chile, three United States-owned mines produce 92 per cent of the copper. Most large-scale nitrata operations are likewise foreign-owned. Before the war the entire output of iron ore went to one United States company. Of the six leading commercial products of Chile, four are minerals copper, nitrates, iodine and iron ore. Less Employees Quit ' Mining industries are shown to have a lower "separation rate" 5.21 quitting, .per, 100 employees-. then' .the-averag lei' aU'SnanWao-turing industries. 50 acid indigestion. 50. WISHING WON'T MAKE IT SO No wishing won't make It so If jou .lon't have your holiday gMl'in.'lils .leaned early, Ihey won't be ready in lime for the big .lay. When you have your cleaning .lone the Model W ay you'll know that they're In perfect con. lit ion. PHONE IS STORE Clif Sherrlll 4 """"IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY I chool Lesson Br HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, D. D. Of Tha Moody Blbl Inatltilte of Chlcaso. lUlaaaed by Weitern Ntwapapar Union. Lesson for November 19 Ltiaon nibjacti and Scrlptura Huts sa-lacted and copyrighted by Intamatlonal Council of Rtllgious Education; UMd by parmliaton. CHRISTIANITY AND DEMOCRACY LESSON TEXT Mark 12:13-17; Romans IJ:10; I Peter 1:13-17.' GOLDEN TEXT Bear yo ona another i and to fulfill the In of Chrlat. Galatlans 9:1. No form of government can claim divine authority, for God's Word does not prescribe any special form of government. But (and this is most important) the principles upon which government should be established are clearly given in God's Word, and the form of rule which best fits into the teaching of the Word necessarily calls for our interest and support. We find in the Bible the declaration that men are equal in the sight of God, that government Is to be a ministry for God (see last week's lesson), receiving its authority from Him and serving Him in exercising that power. Men are to be loyal to the government because they are loyal to God. Our lesson carries forward the teaching of last Sunday. It tells us that: The Christian Citizen Is I. Subject to Both God and Country (Mark 12:13-17). His devotion to God and the things of God is to be expected of the Christian. We almost said that it is taken for granted, and sometimes that is so true there is no reality in his life. But surely if he is a follower of Christ he must be devoted to Him and to His cause. But what about his country? That relation appears anew in the striking story of Christ and those who came to test Him, yes, to trap Him with a skillfully worded question. The Pharisees, who hated Rome for its domination of Palestine, and the Herodians, who supported Rome In its control of the land, were enemies, but they Joined forces to tempt Christ. They knew that if He aid "Yes" to their question, the Jews would be angry, and if He said "No," He could be condemned as a traitor to Rome. The trap was set, but it caught only the crafty hunters. Taking their own pocket money He declared that if they used Caesar's money they ought to pay taxes to Caesar. The coin stood 'or an orderly government, benefits of which they enjoyed and which they ought to support. No real Christian will evade his duty to his country whether it be to pay taxes, to take part intelligently in its government, to defend it, to pray for it, or otherwise to show his love. One of the blots on the Christian church is the lack of civic right-eousness on the part of many of its members. II. Devoted to Both Brother and Neighbor (Rom. 13:8-10). The Christian loves his brethren; Indeed that love is one of the tests by which we may know that a man U truly born again (IJohn 3:14). But that love reaches out beyond the circle of the brethren and touches every man who has need of lt. The teachers of the Jewish law had sought to circumscribe that word "neighbor," but the Lord effectively dealt with that viewpoint in the story of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10). All the commandments concerning the vital matter of personal relationship are summed up in the one admonition, "Love thy neighbor as thyself" (v. 9). When love controls, there will be no social dishonesty, Itrife or ill-will. There will be no violence to the person or property Of another, lor , love wwwm uu ill to his neighbor." This is the real "good neighbor policy." Even between nations, we need more real love and less effort to Impress one another by diplomacy and good will expeditions. Let there be less political manipulation and more loving, and we shall find our neighbor, both personal and national, responding in kind. Love draws out love from another. III. Submissive to Both the Law of God and Man (I Pet. 2:13-17). "Fear God" (v. 17); that is, be eager that there is no failure on your part to please Him by obeying His law. That we expect of the Christian. But we expect more; he is to be a law-abiding citizen, obeying the laws of his country "for the Lord's sake" (v. 13). The believer may, by his godly faithfulness to his government, effectively witness against the ignorant criticism of foolish men who would have us think that being a Christian makes a man a weakling, or so other-worldly that he is use-lees in this world. Our freedom in Christ is not an excuse for careless or wicked living. Not at all just the opposite in fact. We "booor all men." How can that be done? Only by the grace of God; but by His blessing we can do it. That makes for the real appreciation of man, which is the very foundation of ou democracy. If it means anything, it must have as its foundation principle the supreme value of human life and the dignity of the soul of man. Clean Valva The safety valve must be thoroughly cleaned after a pressure cooker is used. Soaking the parts in vinegar or kerosene helps to remove food deposits and corrosion, IMIHVIEW PARISH J. H. Goodwin, Minister Falrvlew "rrw, 9:45 a. m. Sunday School. Andrew Simpson, Supt. 7:30 p. m. Worship. Sermon: You Can t Hide a Rose. 9:00 a. ni, Thursday: Thanksgiving Service. A very attractive Thanksgiving Service is being prepared for the Falrvlew Community and Falrvlew Parish to, bi held next Thursday, Nov. 23, 9 to 10 a. m. Show your concern for things vital, and your interest In your community, Vou are invited to this service. . Center 10:00 a. m. Sunday School. Ernest Meyers, Supt. 11:00 a. m. Worship. Sermon: The Visiting Christ. ' Thanksgiving services at Fair-view, Thursday, November 23, 9 to 10 a. m. Salem 10:00 a. m. Sunday School. E. E. Randolph, Supt. Thanksgiving services at Falrvlew, Thursday, November 23, 9 to 10 a.' m. THE FIRST MKTHOIHST CHURCH Clifford C. Jordan, Minister John W. Reeder, Superintendent, Oiurch School Mr. J. W. Reeder, Minister of Music Mm. Ira Church, Organist 9:30 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon subject: "Our Cut-Flower Civilization." 10:46 a. m. Church School. 6:00 p m. - Because of the Youth Fellowship District Meeting at Brazil, the meeting will be ad journed. 7:00 p. m. Evening service. William C. Wood, will bring the evening message. 7:00 p. m. Monday. Scout Meeting and gym session. 7:00 p. m. Wednesday. Familv Nleht Program. Louis Lemstra will discuss the proposed Universal Military Service Bill. 9:00 a. m. . Thursday, Thanksgiving Service at the First Baptist Church. 7:30 p. in. Friday. Choir rehearsal and Christmas Cantata practice. . THE FIRST BAITIKT CHURCH OF OMNTON Comer of Walnut and F'ifUi iinv crawl. Minister George Oieiihall, Minister of Music Hfm TVrf M.inrfut. Pianist Mrs, Jolui Hwickard, Superintendent of liurcJi Mcnooi a 'in . m. ' Church School in-4s a. m. Morning Worship. Sermon subject, "How Thankful." 6:00 p. m. Baptist Youth Fellowship. , ' ' 7:00 p. m. Evening Worship. Sermon subject,' "I Sought for a Man Among Them." , . 7:00 p. m. Wednesday. Prayer meeting. ........ 8:00 p. m. Wednesday. Orchestra practice. Special 9:00 a. m. Thursday. Union Thanksgiving Service. , CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 287 Wackman Street Irr. Frank 8. Keener, Minister Sunday 9:30 a. m. Bible School. John Carnell, Superintendent. 10:46 a. m. Morning Worship. Sermon, "The Secret Place of Tho Almighty." 6 p. m. Young people's service. 7 p. m. Evening Service. Sermon, "The Call of Life's Existence." Monday 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hanley Hlllyer. south 7th street. Wednesday 7:16 p. m. Prayer meeting. Friday 3:30 to 4:30. Children's Hour. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY 2.18 1-2 Rlarkman St. (Pythian Hall) 1:10 a. m. Sunday rscnooi. II . in. Church. Tnif Imnnl .1 meetlnaa every lal md rd Wtdnesday of each month. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES , ' "Soul and Body" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, November 19. The Golden Text is: "My soul longeth, yea, even fainteth for the courts of the Lord: my heart and my flesh crieth out for the living God" (Psalms 84:2). Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "But if the ministration of death, written and engraven in stones, was glorious, so that the children of Israel could not stedfastly behold the face of Moses for the glory of his countenance; which glory was to be done away: How shall not the ministration of the spirit be rather glorious T But we all, with open face beholding as in a glass the glory of the Lord, are changed into the same imave from glory to glory, even as by the Spirit of the Lord" II Corinthians 8:7, 8, 18). 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 immortal, spiritual man is realty substantial, and reflects the eternal substance, or Spirit, which mortals hope for. He reflects the divine, which constitutes the only real and eternal entity. This reflection seems to mortal sense transcendental, because the spiritual man's substantiality tranfcendu mortal vision and is revealed only through divine Science" (p. 301) with relatives. Miss Leng Gordon of Chicago spent several days last week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon. Miss Gordon is returning to Cayuga soon where she will assume her former duties at the Dar-roch Clinic. She resigned her position at the clinic last July to take a similar position in Chicago. Miss Viola I'atrica ien Baiuiuuj for California where she will spend several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Earl Ralph. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mllllkin of Greenwood spent several days here last week with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clark. Mrs. Goldle Stevenson reopened her restaurant Friday. The room has been entirely redecorated. The Lions Club held their meeting there Monday evening. Charles Shelato, who has been in training at Camp Atter-bury, Ind received a medical discharge from the army and arrived home Monday. ' Mrs. Erma Weir of Paris, 111., is visiting her cousin, Miss Marjorie Allee and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Allee. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stalker, former owners of the Stalker Cafe, will leave in a few days for California where they will spend tne winter. They recently Bold their restaurant to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kelley. . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson, Cayuga Milling Company managerB, have purchased the Carlson property on Division street and will occupy the property as soon as Mr. Andrew Layman and family vacate the house. The Layman familv aie leaving Cayuga for Pasco, Wash., .where ihey will Join Mr. Layman ...t.n i cmnlivpii there. Mrs. Charles Prater left last week for Clinton where she will visit her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Herwig. Louis Samuels, Joe Samuels of Silver Island. Mrs. Max Foster. Mrs. Kenneth Sprouls and Miss Gladys Samuels spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of their cousin, Mrs. James Villars of near Alvln. riione 175 MODEL CLEANERS' 3U3 HOI TH MAIN DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For - Those Who Need Them S24H Itlackluan HI. CLINTON', INI). WE ARE DOING IT AGAIN For The Benefit Of Those Who Were Too Late The Last Time To Get A Pair Of GENUINE SEALED BEAM DRIVING LIGHTS per pair $5 95 Per Pair JUST RECEIVED SEAT COVERS AND CUSHIONS Leatherette Bound - For All Cars ANNUAL SENIOR CLASS PLAY "ACT YOUR AGE" 3 - Act Comedy At The Clinton High School Cym FRIDAY, NOV. 17 MATTNEE 1:15 P. M. Admission 20c - 35c EVENING PERFORMANCE 8 P. M. Admission 35c - 40c 30 MINUTE BAND CONCER1 BEFORE PERFORMANCE Change Your Old Lights Over To Modern Sealed lieani! We Have The Parts! 1 ARROW AUTO Paul Hungerford 202 S. Main Phone 105 'a

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