The Taft Tribune (Taft, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 8, 1945 Page: 3 of 8
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rf|E (At-T TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1945
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By CHKRIK NICHOLAS
K TIRED, ACHY MUSCLES
Bv HAROLD 1 f.lTNDQUIST. D D
Of The MttxJy Bible* Institute of Chicago
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Surplut Property Sale*
Sweeping revidon~f surplus prop,
erty regulations in favor
war II veteran* has been ;
by W Stuart Symington
Sprain* > Strain*
Lesson for November 11
The Advertisements Mean « Saving to Yob
THE FRUITS OF PUBLIC
LESSON TEXT- Isaiah 8 13; Epbes-
ins 5 13-21.
GOLDEN TEXT-Praise ye the Lord
! will praise the Lord with my whole
heart, in the assembly of the upright,
and in the congregation.—Psalm 111 1.
When raw winds
cut like a knife...
of World M llatlon
announced Since the days of Beniamin Frank*
i, adminis- *ln down through the years, one
a personal investigation j ',ankee inventor otter another lias
which indicated that some disposal ! ?'ven mank>nd a mechanical boon
agencies were giving veterans 'the I i! nevPr hl|d before. Dli Whitney,
run-around." j Samuel F P. Morse, Alexander C.ra*
Tiie change* Include elimination of i ‘‘c‘^• Thomas A Edison, the
the $2.50(1 limit on preferential pur- j " r'*ht brothers are only a few of
chases and within reasonable I tllc nam,;, that rang around the
amounts, there will be no limit;
Permission for a veteran entering THs nation of inventors brought
the retail business to purchase an 1 *or^1 ne'A irr.lr irnents of both war
Initial stock ol goods for resale j end peace. The first submarine '.v„,
Hitherto, under interpretation of the a Va,lkee product, so was the tir.it
GI bill, a veteran could buy mate- j ironclad warship with a revolving
rials to establish a stole, but could | *un turret-the Monitor of Civil war
not obtain preference on stock for 1 ^arr,e--and nwer us other weapons
sale: | originating here blazed new paths
Permission for veterans to deal dt- | m Wrtrfare-
t-er'iy with disposal agencies such Germany Outstripped.
hieiner""V °! COmmerCe! Then earn..- World W..-r I!, and
• n< c-i.struction Finance corpor- I for a it u. .. .. it ,i.»
The renter of every community |
should be the church The house j
set aside for the worship of God j
is the gathering place of His people. I
There they find fellowship as they j
is In their j
meet their Lord He
midst exalted and mighty, but ready i
A cracked Op—*o rrud and painful! the local blood supply to tht **»weM
Caused when raw, bitter weather area. (2) Helps revive ‘‘thinty*' cell*
dries skin cell*, leaves them "thirsty,” so they c«r. retain needed moisture.
Skin becomes sore—may crack and For chapped, raw akin, smooth on
bleed Soothing Mentbolatum acts Mentholaturo, the comforting medL
medicinally, ili Gently stimulates rated balm. Handy jars or tubes 3W.
FOR BETTER BAKING
The Baking Powder
BALANCED Double Action
Clabber Girl is today's baking paw*
dar . . . the natural choice for the
modern recipe. Its balanced double
action guarantees just the right action
in the mixing bowl, plus that final rise
to light and fluffy flavor in the oven. 1
| ’ion. To prepare that man. the
j ;>n..it L iiah, God gave » rcroark-
I able manifestation of His glory and
Ii is essential that the man who
speaks for God should first see the
Lord high and lifted up and to hear
of His holiness and glory. The nega-
| live tone of the present-day mes-
! sa*4c\ the lack of enthusiasm and
i interest in holy things, the low
I standards of personal holiness, the
i failure to preach boldly the truth re-^
| carding God’s holy standards are* to
he explained by the fact, that there
has been no vision of the eternal holi-
ness and glory of God.
ii. Renewing by God s Power (vv
j To see the holiness of God is to
be immediately conscious of one's
own sin and unworthiness. The obvi-
ous conclusion which one draws 1
from that fact is that anyone who j
is proud, who is not concerned about \
his own sins and the sins of his pco- j
pie, is living far from God and has 1
either never known or has forgotten !
about His divine holiness.
Isaiah spoke of the pollution of j
1 his lips, thereby confessing that his j
i heart was not right Whereof the j
! heart is full, thereof speaketh the j
mouth, for we read that “out of the j
abundance of the heart the mouth j
speaketh” (Malt. 12:34). Remem- j
ber that even though Isaiah was a 1
believer he recognized the need of
“Then" <v. —what an important
word! When Isaiah called out in
humble confession, ‘then” he was
cleansed. The turning point is right
i»t that place for any life. Only when
we cornu to the place of confession
and contrition which Isaiah knew, j
can we expect the Lord to send the j
cleansing; fire and
r ' the service he designated me locked in the atom s nucleus It re
... ;;; , ; ./ »>ene«el.try ef his insurance. After mained for an American. Dr. Ernest
,i hasty marriage he made, he in- o. I-awrence, 30-year-oM rhy.i: i *
l ;" formed me and mv parent, v. had a, lhe University’ of California, to
■ ( nut and had no iutenlion of chan*, j show how tc. release that force.
"*<• henefieiary. Alter hi, death ltotigh the atomic bomb sealed
I was noticed by the insurance de- j ;jlf. fate of Japan, the Nips were
pirtnuni that I wan bU beneficiary, j already groggy from American
' ' : . Wfo «ifr made some sort at ! bln-vs. the created sa !e median-
• l.im for the insurance and has '.ra! facior m overwhelming both
»"'W “P settlement for 16 months, the Nazis and the Japs is. by pen-
’ . ; ‘ . <’*» anyone but the insured change , era! consent, radu radio detection
the beneficiary or can the insurance and rangir.g.
rli partment deride who is to *et
‘ r it?—J. y. K.. Palo Alto, Calif. «adar and WOT.
' ■: A N-. tne can change the beneft- : Credit for radar belo-ics strV«y
c..-r> bul the intrtred. If you are America and goes birk to 192J
- , if nsrr.-d die bendlciary in the policy, ' when Dr A:hert Hc.yt Taylor, chief
•: ’ H. forth : then you are enti'led to the Insur- consultant and co ordinator for eire-
4 V. • are anee and the Veterans administra- truoies at the naval research labi"
.. , ,.|s f., tion tays the wife or no ore else ; atory. Washington U C . and l eo
,. t jv.w,: can hold It up 18 minutes File your 1 G 'lou'u;. an atsuc.ate. rnr.de some
, r•.• t t»„ f.i clairr. for 'he insurance with the Vet- experiments with the use of short
nags rr, perfect era- administration. !»•»«* u‘r communication with air-
1 iv • :r - r! ttys Q. With reference to sale of gov- planes
?. 4 rrnmrnt surplus property and the They d.scoveied liuit ships in the
f T-.-i’.iir;* or * 12,50# amount «ol<f to an individual, ■ Potomac river distorted th* ‘r radio
M ,.f it..- b-s II am much interested fa farther de- ; signals. They were keen enough to
>r. si r g over the tail* oo this mailer and any infor- i recognize that they had come upon
• c'.-tss f all s mation relative to laeatton of these ; an epoch-making discovery — that
•: ! i,: ip that sorpfns property hoard, will be here was a mean* by which the V 3.
' pa(. \,t the much apprerikigd.-J. A. ¥., Ring- navy could detect enemy warships
! ham. M«ml. . *! considerable distance
Newspaper Onion. I A. The $2,500 limit has recently The rest I* history. Other nations,
________________________ | been removed. Your nearest Small- following our lead, likewise devel-
j er War Plants Board Is at Boise, 0ped radar instrument*, but no coun*
ill ('f)atS j Idaho, 210 Capital Securities Bldg. jry brought the equipment tn the
J Your nearest department cf com- (*,„), 0f perfection arrived a! in this
fl lOn \t‘WS merce board la at Denver. Region country.
j Nine, 1030 15th street Suggest you Another marvel — the peerless
■ ceu! ,n‘j write to these boards for further de- bornbsight, named for its Inventor.
■ Ii* r-i ier in a c;a-j l Norden—convinced ali our
< r fall f *®P yj. l want to know if a man 2$ enrn jes they had a good deal to
u ! c' l.ir witr. i (Mrs „td. who has been in the navy |carn ln lbe way cf war-making
. 4. f. I4.4 r tr:4r ajmos, two years ami ha, two kids, j jrom tbis democracy
,,e: ■>"fi,cd ‘"L; 'he oldest four years and the baby ; ^ N((Mhf0 tK).nr;;,gnt is so pre-
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fWiSOn VAltfi r:
Reformation, turning over a new
leaf, character development, all
commendable in their place, arc not
There must be a divine
cleansing of the life if there is to
be a commission to service.
IIS Realizing God's Will iEph. 5
The ministry of the Church of God i
ern serve no greater purpose than j
helping men and women to know l
the will of God. That wisdom *v j
17i comes through the teaching of
God’s Word and through the minis*
try of the Holy Spirit, both in the
church and in the individual.
The Church <and that means ev-
ery member) is to recognize that
the evil day in which we live is » j
challenge to holy and effective liv ;
»ng Time is not to be wasted, or «
casuaHy used. It is to be redeemed i
—•every moment to count for God. j
The walk of the believer is to be j
circumspect, that is, with “pains- !
taking attention to details, under a I
sense of their importance,” not a |
foolish walk, but. a wise one.
IV.. Receiving God’s Spirit (5:18- ;
God v.fi*ii> to fifi ilis citiidren j
with the Holy Spirit in such mighty !
i overwhelming power that they are ;
' entirely under His control. Such !
| Spirit-filled believer* find their joy ]
| and satisfaction in the fellowship of ,
those who sing the praises of Cod !
from the heart.
Being, a Christian is not a depress-
ing. sorrowful business. It makes
you gl»d It is God's people svho
sing and make melody. Some of us :
who have failed to appreciate this
truth should begin now so "get hap- i
py" about our religion.
The Holy Spirit leads believer* info j
a life. ul humility and sett-dentil tv. f
21). Bride and self-exaltation are j
definitely ruled out.
Do not neglect the note of thanks- j
giving found in verse 20. Tne Church
of Christ has so infinitely much for j
which to fo; thankful that actually j
ingratitude is a silt How much !
blessing is lost because of it! Let |
us ''give thanks (forays for ali !
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Britaiss Had Midget
Fleet Ready for Japs
LONDON The British army
had a fleet of 2.080 •‘midget ships"
icady to start for the Pacific
when the Japs quit
Ranging from small tankers
ami armored landing craft to
launches equipped as water an-
tuiswres. they were to have
formed the backbone of the
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Richards, Henry C. The Taft Tribune (Taft, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 8, 1945, newspaper, November 8, 1945; Taft, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth756101/m1/3/: accessed January 23, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Taft Public Library.