The Times-Mail from Bedford, Indiana on October 4, 1946 · 10
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The Times-Mail from Bedford, Indiana · 10

Bedford, Indiana
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Friday, October 4, 1946
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ik V J -SPORTS MIRROR- (By The Associated Press) Today A Year Ago Hank Greenberg's three-run liomer featured Detroits 4-1 win over Chicago in second game of World Series. Three Years Ago Bobby Ruffin, 13536, New York, upset Beau Jack, 14036, Augusta, Ga., in win- ning ten-round decision at New York. Five Years Ago New York defeated Brooklyn, 2-1, in third YES We are installing gas heating equipment every day . . . We will continue to install equipment every clay all winter. It may be necessary for you to start the winter with your present fuel, but we will continue to make installations as rapidly as material is available . . . We can make a winter installation with heat off only one day. WOR GAS HEAT SEE ANDERSON - GAS APPLIANCE CO. 1025 16th Streett Phone 168 Comfort Works Oy.ertjme In risiJ I Make your jobeasIeron your feet? Outfit with these shoes that are comfort' built for long hours afoot. PORTER North Side Dear Friends: V ". game of World Series, scoring two runs off Reliefer Hugh Casey in eighth after Fred Fitzsimmons, with four-hit shutout, was hurt on left knee by line drive. Ten Years Ago Casey Stengel, who piloted Brooklyn Dodgers in 1934, 1935, 1936, was released with one year of contract to run. o Never force a slide fastener open and close carefully using the tab. Before laundering or ironing, close fastener completely, other- wise iron may hit and force teeth out of alignment. SCHOOLEY A f Store Square You are most cordially invited to inspect our new Stromberg-Carlson console radio-phonographs, which we now have on display. When we say theres nothing finer than a Stromberg-Carlson thats not just, an idle statement . . . Its an actual fact that has held true down through the years. And more and more Stromberg-Carlson Radio-Phonograph owners find quality listening performance built in their sets . . . and built in to last and last. Sincerely, ARMSTRONG MUSIC P. S. Don't tell anyone, but we have a few Irons and Mixmaslcrs ready to deliver. FIESTA COUR T Court ladies and queens pose at a fiesta observing the 175 th anniversary Of Mission San Gabriel. Calif. Left to right: Adeline Garcia, Jo Escobedo, Gloria Cabral, A elma Mata, Queen Raquel Reynoso of San Gabriel, Queen Avalon Rohrcr of Los Angeles. Santa Claus Indiana, Offers New Wonders For Young Visitors; New Park Is Now Open Santa Claus Land long a cherished dream which has brought joy to the hearts of children everywhere has become a reality. The new childrens 'park and Mother Goose Land features was opened to the public September 1. Though still under construction, Santa Claus Land has already captured the fancy of children and adults throughout the length and breadth of the land. Tucked away in the rolling hills of Spencer-county, and near the famous village of Santa Claus, Indiana, it is now drawing thousands of persons from almost every state of the Union to view its scenic attractions. Today, Santa Claus Land is partially completed, with one large structure devoted to a toy and gift shop and childrens soda fountain. Later, other units of the building will house toy displays by many nationally-known toy manufacturers. Repair Stalker Heating Plant Stalker school is being operated on an abbreviated schedule at present due to repairs being made to the heating plant boiler, Harry H. Mourer, superintendent of city schools, announced today. Since Tuesday the school has convened at 9:45 a. m. in order to allow a temperature rise in the various rooms, and classes have been dismissed at 2:00 p. m. This procedure will be continued until the heating plant repairs are completed, expected by the first of next week, unless rising temperatures will permit a return to normal schedule without endangering health of pupils and teachers. Inability to obtain essential repair parts has made necessary the abbreviated schedule, hut the parts have now arrived and workmen are installing them. o Scrambled eggs cooked in a double boiler are tender because they are heated at a low temperature. . o Valparaiso is the most important commercial center on the west coast of South America. October 4, 1946 CO. THE BEDFORD DAILY JIMES-MAIL, BEDFORD. INDIANA Highly popular with the children is the Enchanted Trail a one-third mile long path along which children gaze in awe at the sculptured Mother Goose characters. Set along the path in lite-iike dioramas they behold Little Boy Blue as he sleeps under the haystack; Humpty Dumpty just before he tumbles off the wall; Jack climbing the beanstalk; Little Miss Muffett as she is frightened by the spider that sat down beside her, and many other storybook characters fajniliar to children and grownups alike. Miniature Train In addition, children may ride on a miniature train through Santa Claus Land. The train is 18 inches high and 15 feet long. A second Santa Claus railroad is now being constructed and a large train about four feet high and 59 feet long will be ready near October 1. When completed, it will Explains Working Of Peace Parley By JAMES MARLOW Washington, Oct. 4 (P) The foreign ministers conference . . . the peace conference . . . the 21-nation conference . . . the endless arguments . . . arguments that go on for weeks, months in Paris. Its a confusing task, trying to follow what is happening there in Paris. And now, after all the talks, only experts could tell you in detail what has happened. So heres a general explanation, for its still going on over there. The Palris peace conference opened July 29. Twenty-one nations, including the United States, are taking part. The representatives of those 21 countries werent just starting out cold. Between the end of the war in 1945 and July 29, 1946, the foreign minister of the United States, Britain, Russia and France met several times. Tried To Reduce Problems They tried to reduce a number of problems to main points which these four nations and 17 others could consider when they could meet together to discuss peace treaties for the defeated nations. So the 21 nations finally met in July. Italy was the main problem how to take away some of her territory and give it to France which thought she should have some; how to set Italy back on her economic feet, and so on. But there were other problems that involved Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Finland, all countries which had fought on the Axis side in the war. So the conference set up commissions from among their own members to study and work out solutions to the various problems. In some cases perhaps only five or six nations would be represented on a commission, in others Gal a Slender Figure It ll poffffrle for 904 17. rid ymmeif of gl eera fat which coven Un feminine corvee la am euy, healthful way MYLO Bring s REMARKABLE RESULTS Grateful pemone report amazl&jr reunite In loss of weiicht by the Mylo method. A delidcme end highly nutritions food energy given yoo th daily normal required vitamin end minerals. Contains no drugs. Absolutely barmleea. N a tar vet ion diet. Justfollow the simple dii 'ble Gone with each bottle, and it Is possible for to lose up to 7 pounds unsightly fat lnw 7-DAY NO-RISK TRIAL if yea dont notice toes tn yony wetuhL e i rare, if y markable improvement In your fitrure. 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There is much for the entire family to see and do today in Santa Claus Land, and therell be even more to see when this great new Hoosier wonderland with its Cavalcade of World Toys, picnic grounds and histori cal points of interest is finally completed. more. In the case of Italy 20 na tions made up the commission. Report to Full Session All these commissions have to report back to the full session of 21 nations what they hav accomplished. Then all 21 are to vote on whether to accept the commissions findings. The conference has not yet voted on anything. Everything so far has been in the commission stage These commissions are supposed to finish their work by Oct. 5. And the full conference is expected to finish its work of ap proving the treaties worked out by the commissions by Oct. 15. But even though the 21 nations in full conference vote on something, that doesnt mean it has settled anything. For this con ference cant finish anything. It can only, by its vote, recoin mend to the Big Four foreign ministers what the conference thinks they should do. Its then up to the ministers to agree. . That wont happen in Paris. For the four ministers met Tuesday and agreed theyd tackle some of the treaties, approved at the conference, at a foreign ministers meeting in New York early in November. So all the talk youve heard so far doesnt mean anything is really finished. The talk helped shape what will be done. . The reason theres been so much talk at the Paris conference is that the diplomats argue every foot of the way, compromising a little here, yielding a little there, standing firm here. Therell be plenty of battle when the Big Four ministers meet. o INSIDE JOB Salt Lake City (P) The U. S. employment office adopted a new line of persuasion in urging women to take part-time clerk jobs in labor-short Salt Lake City. It advised that clerking was the best way to get first hand information on what merchandise is available. Meats such as cooked, cubed sweetbreads or veal or lamb can lie substituted for the chicken in Chicken a la King. You go on from here. filial Hove you thought of .ailing your form? Of taking : well-earned ret? Of moving closer to your children? Of seeking another climate? Of trying another type of forming? Maybe you think you should delay a llttla longer. Can you afford to risk delay? A wise seller sells when the market Is good. He knows It con change over -night. Now I the time to selll UNITED FARM AGENCY, long established, highly dependable, brings buyers to midwest farms from the remotest parts of the country. No one else can serve you as well, let ue sell your farm. No charge unleu we dm See eur banded representative NOWI Bryant Spurlock uumpuj umpilHI IE XBAtqSjH Asrie m mi CATALOG KANSAS CITY ST. LOUIS CHICAGO County Churches OOLITIC CHURCH OF CHRIST Bible Study 9:30 a. m. Worship for all 10:30. Lesson 2nd Tim. 1st Chapter read by Emanuel Hollars. Prayer by George Mowery. Verses 1-11 commented William Duncan. Verses commented John Thomas. Sumary by Emanuel Hollars. Table service James Duke. Dismissal John Thomas. A welcome extended to all. Come, let us study to show ourselves approved unto God. o WESLEY CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH Road 37 South E. E. Young, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a. m. John Fortner, Supt. If you are not in Sunday School why not become a member of the Chapel S. S. during these beautiful autumn Sundays? Prayer and testimony meeting Thursday, 7:15 p. m. Methodist Youth Fellowship Sunday, 7:00 oclock p. m. o OOLITIC METHODIST CHURCH E. E. Young, Pastor Church School 9:30 a. m. John Anderson, Supt. Now is the time to become a Sunday School attendant. Why not try it next Sunday? Youll never regret it. This Sabbath is World-Wide Communion Sunday. Every member should take advantage of the service in the Oolitic Methodist at 10:30 a. m. Prayer and testimony meeting Tuesday, 7:15 p. m. Young folk will keep in mind the Lawrence County monthly M. Y. F. meeting to be held at Oolitic October 14. BEDFORD SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH 1719 21th Street J. G. Penner, Pastor Sabbath School, Saturday, 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. This Sabbath we will have the ordinance of the Lords Supper. o MITCHELL SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Sixth and Main Streets (Above Fletchers Store) J. G. Penner, Pastor Sabbath School, Saturday, 2:30 p. m. Sermon. 3:30 p. m. Evangelistic service will begin at 7:15 Sunday night, and the tonic will he, Can the Living Talk With the Dead? o FAYETTEVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. James Barber, Pastor Glen Jones, S. S. Supt. 9:45 Sunday School 11:00 Morning Worship 7:30 Evening Services 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Mid-week Prayer and Praise service. We invite everyone to come and worship with us. We know you will be blessed by these inspiring messages. o DIVE CHRISTIAN CHURCH qiaude Reuter, Minister Ovhl Chaney, S. S. Supt. Sunday School 10:00. Followed by Lords Supper and sermon. Evening Services 7:30. Come and worship with us and see the improvement being made on our building. o OWENSBURG BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Merla Craig, Pastor Vearl Hamilton, S. S. Supt. Preaching services on the first and third Sunday of each month at 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Sunday School each Sunday at 10:00 a. m. We have had a growing interest in our church throughout the sum mer and we are now making plans for our revival meeting which will be announced in the near future. The pastor with his people, will welcome you to our worship ser vices. o FAIRVIEW UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH (9 Miles East on U. S. 50) C. II. Ivy, Minister 9:30 Sunday School. Mrs. John Iloliman, Supt. 10:30 Worship. We join in the observance of world wide communion to proclaim our oneness in Christ and to awaken a new devotion to the cause of Christ which will express itself in loyalty to the church. This day will mark the beginning of a two-months Church steadily Attendance Crusade. . May every member of the body of Christ en- ter into this sacred experience. irv, & LEATHER WOOD-SPRING VILLE MOUNT PLEASANT Hereafter there will be preaching half time at Leatherwood and Mount Pleasant. Until some better arrangement cap be made, Mr. Lappin will preach at Springville either on Friday night or on Sunday afternoon as may be thought best by the membership. This week, he will be there on Friday night. Next Sunday there will be preaching forenoon and night at Leatherwood. Bible Schools are held at the usual hour at all three churches. Plans are in the making for extensive Bible School expansion. A school bus is in use at Mount Pleasant. As soon as possible other suelr conveyance will be arranged. Both Leatherwood and Springville are handicapped by a 1 one-room meeting house and the a better day. unavoidable confusion in class work. They look forward in hope of o FAYETTEVILLE CHURCH OF CHRIST .10:00 a. m. Bible Study. 10:30 a. m. Morning Service. 7:00 p. m. Evening Service. Brother Mikels of Vincennes, will he with us. Come and worship with us as friends and visitors are always welcome. INSURANCE ALL A fire loss is double grief Because you could have had relief, BEFORE a fire comes to burn, GET INSURED or live and learn! Serving REUTER Mrs. Fred Webb LOST 24 LBS. FROM NERVOUS INDIGESTION REGAINS 20 ON RETONGA The Relief Retonga Brought Me Was A Happy Revelation, Declares Mrs. Webb. Eats Anything Now, Sleeps Fine Again Thanks to Retonga I can eat anything now and I have regained twenty of the twenty-four pounds I lost while suffering the tortures of nervous indigestion, gratefully declares Mrs. Fred Webb, respected housewife of Evansville, Tenn. Mrs. Webb, the mother of four, is one of the most highly esteemed residents of her neighborhood. 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