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Soldiers’ Serenade in Sicily; A. li'A *■ In 3d "'n IWI. n r; -nrd iop*v turvy with the sudden ousting of Benito Mussolini, these nrru an soldier* in Sicily celebrate the Allied successes with son*, .e instruments were probably borrowed from Sicilian natives. as Needle Driven to Arm In Freak ccident Wednesday or of those unusual ‘believe-it ot” accidents befell Miss Irene tason. Wednesday morning at home Sittiug down quickly a chair, she drove an ordinary mg needle into her right arm r the wrist with such force efAUIfHflVBfl . ONIVSKIN GFT YOUR CAR PAINTED AND FENDERS REPAIRED McINTYRE GARAGE 211 W. Coolidge Ave. Teleephone 43 DULEN | Are Once More Operating Their Case on Main Street It’s In and Out . . . . . . And In AGAIN mb&fFsSjL With the Same GOOD FOOD flHgJppgT and FRIENDLY SERVICE That Characterizes DAN’S CAFE 124 South Main Telephone 247 that all that remained to be seen was a short length of thread at tached to the needle. Dr. G. B. Steward removed the needle. Aside from a rather pain ful arm. Miss Atkisson is none the worse for her accident. • Mrs. Carl Wleting. Sr., will leave Sunday evening for Oswego, N'. Y.. to visit her son. A/s Carl Wieting. She expects to he gone about three weeks. Increase Quota Os Used Tires, Recaps Available To Public August quota of grade i tires lowest since April. Smaller quotas of new passeng er car tires for this month and larger quotas of used and recapped tires has been announced by the OPA. according to word from the Phoenix office. The number of grade I tires, which includes all new passenger car tires, available to eligible citl zens in the state, total 2.548 for August as compared with 4.007 for July. The August quota is the lowest since last April. The total quota of grade Hi tires which are used tires and recaps, has been increased to 2.041 as against 1.755 in July. Inner tube quotas for this month are set at 3.760 for passenger cars and 2 006 for trucks. These quo tas compare with 3.822 and 2.500 respectively for July. August truck tire quotas total 3,012 as compared with 2,026 for July. The quota of farm tractor and implement tires for July was 245 against an August quota 0 300. Cotton Growers To Discuss Problems At Phoenix Meeting A meeting of cotton growers is to be held at 10 o’clock Saturday morning in the card room of the Adams hotel in Phoenix, accord ing to A L. Bartlett of the Farm Credit corporation office. The meeting will he held under the auspices of the Arizona Co-opera tive Cotton Growers Association Burtlett urges that all cotton grower* attend who can do so to discuss problems that have arisen in connection with the completion and harvest of this year's cotton crop and which still have to be worked out. The program will start promptly at 10 o’clock. Talks will he given by: O. M I-assen on “quotas on Food and Fiber and the Cotton Program for 1944.” I)r. George Barr on “Facts and Figures on Production of Ameri «an-Egyptian and Other Cotton for 1944." B H. Onnand on “What the Leaders of the Cotton Industry In THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER Other States Think of the Import ance of Cotton Production and Fu ture Prospects.” Howard Baker on "Sources of Labor for Picking the 1943 Cotton | Crop in Arizona and Present Pro cedure for Obtaining Italian War Prisoners.” The annual election of directors and alternates from each of the nine cotton growing districts in the state by the members present, will be held immediately follow ing these talks. After the election, the meeting will be adjourned for lunch. A meeting of the newly elected Directors will be held at 2 p. tn. in the card room at which time they will elect officers for the en suing year. President. Ist and 2nd vice-presidents, secretary, treas urer, counsel and also an execu tive committee and advisory com mittee. Bartlett states that it is partic ularly desired that a good repre sentation from Pinal county be present, especially farmers from the Coolidge area. — o FORMER PATROLMAN ACCEPTED FOR NAVY Robert Harry Jones. 27, former Arizona State Highway Patrolman has been accepted for the navy through the navy recruiting and induction station in Phoenix Jones was Inducted as an ap prentice seaman and will receive his indoctrination at the San Dl ego naval training station. T-TTry. > f:> - m “Think Os These Things’’ How often have you heard the expression "Go to the church of your choice.” Kverytime I hear someone say this then I know that they don’t know very much about God's word. For it reveals only one church, and where there is only one church, and where there is only one of a thing there is no choice. In Kph. 1:22. 23 we find that < hrlst's body is the church and in Eph. 4:4 we find that he has only one body. Since the body is the church, and he has only one body; there can be only one church. Since there is only one church as we have shown you. there can be only one name for this church to wear. Paul, Rom. 16:16 says "Salute one another with a Holy kiss The Church of Christ Balute you Paul here uses plural for church Just as I might speak of the Churches of Christ in Arizona. ■Speaking of two or more congrcga tiona of the Church of Christ. In Romans 7:1-4 we find that the church is the bride. What other name except Church of Christ could show that they were married to one another. If the Baptist and Methodist claim to he the Church of Christ, why do they wear the name they do. The truth about It is they are not the New Testament Church at all. Now let us look at the worship Os the New Testament Church. First we find SINGING. In Col 3:16 Paul says for us to “Sing with grace in our hearts to the Lord. In Eph. 5:19 we find that we are to "Sing and make melody in our hearts to the Lord.” No where did any of the inspired writers say for us to use instru ments of music in our worship. Since God has not commanded it, those who use it go beyond that which is written and sin. Second we find they had PRAY ER. Acts 2:42. Third we find they had breaking of bread. Acts 20:7. They broke bread on the first day of the week. Those who take the Lord’s Supper on any other day sin and are drink ing damnation to their own soul. Fourth we find taking up of col lection l Cor. 16:1, 2. Paul here tells when and how money is to be raised. He says upon the FIRST day of the week let every man lay by in store. This ex cludes all other days. Money is to be raised not by pie suppers, but by each laying by in store as God has prospered him. Last we find God’s word being proclaimed, Acts 20:7. Amid the multiplicity of “church es in modern times" it is possible to find the New Testament Church I suggest the following compari son to help you in your search: What church in Coolidge has no CREED but Christ; no book of discipline except the New Testa ment; requires the same terms of admission as did the New Testa ment Church; called Christians and that only; has no officers but evangelist, elders and deacons; meets upon the first day of the week for the Apostles' teaching and fellowship, breaking of bread and prayer. Wherever you find a body of people practising these things, there you find a church after the New Testament order. Let us “Prove all things" as Paul says and hold fast to that w f hich is good. ALVIA WAGNER Minister of Church of Christ j 3rd and Walton ltc I COOUDGELOCALS • Mrs. Sue Steward and son re turned this week from Vinita, Ok la., where they have been visiting. • Airs. C. G. Weinhold returned Saturday from Akron. Ohio, where she visited her mother, Mrs. Julia Perge for the past six weeks. • Win Kroeger has taken over the management of the State Tractor company, succeeding Charles El quist, who is being transferred to Phoenix. • Home on furlough are 2nd Lt. George Hayduke, who arrived Sun day for ten days, and his brother. Tech. Corp. Nick Hayduke. who came in Monday for u week. Lieut. Hayduke will report back for duty at San Francisco while Tech. Corp. Hayduke will return to Camp Carson, Colo. Before coming home he underwent a tonsllectomy. • Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Sheller of Los Angeles visited at the Harry N. Sheller home last week where they awaited the arrival of their son. Ist Lt. James W. Sheller. who is being transferred as a pilot of heavy bombers. On Thursday night, Captain Jay Beauchamp, UNCLE ISN’T sJW' FOOLING JM / When He Asks You To Properly Endorse Your Gas Coupons All Coupons in the New Ration Books must have the License Number of your car and your State on their face before they will be honored. This is an OP A Order! License Number and State must be written or printed IN INK! For Your Own Protection If you should lose your coupons and they are properly endorsed, no one else can use them for the purpose of getting gasoline. See That Your Coupons Are Correctly Endorsed BEFORE You Buy Gasoline Ritchey Service Station Appel & Sons Shell Service Station Nowell Motor Sales Coolidge Auto Supply Simmons Conoco Service Sta. Ist Lt. Chas. Moody and 2nd Lt. Jack Garrett spent the evening visiting with Lt. Sheller. • The Brownie troop of the girl scouts hel da “decorating” party Wednesday afternoon at the Meth odist church basement. Each girl ATTENTION COTTON FARMERS Watch your fields closely - There is profit in dusting. For your convenience we have a supply of Phoenix Brand Cot ton Dusts, made of Sunland Dusting Sul phur, Dow Paris Green and Niagara Quik-Kill at the Farmers Gin - Eleven Mile Corner Pick up your dust there. Phoenix Brand dusts are always fresh mixed, free flow ing and effective. FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1943 decorated a cake w r ith frosting, af ter which games were played. For refreshments, the girls ate the cakes they decorated. • Drew Wilson of Tucson, who has just enlisted with the marines, visited his sister, Mrs. Edgar Per ham, last Sunday and Monday.