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December 31, 1943 - Image 2

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Midnight Services,
Parties Will Be Held
ByMary Youth Gvroupf,
Both midnight services and parties
Will mark the New Year's Eve cele-
bration planned by many churh
Sroips for tonight.
Ulnitarians will hold their party a:
8 p.m. with folk dancing, games anc'
-" ref rehments for the entertainment
A. canlelight service will start at
Zion Parish Hall will be the site of
'toe 'Lutheran Student Associatlon'S~
*rty ~at 9 p.m. tonight which will b
followed with a short devotional ser-~
vice at 1130 p.m. At the 5:30 pzim
meeting on Sunday, Virginia mock.
'44, will lead the discussion of "Effec-
tiye Living."
l%ev.-Abery Will Speak
Weseyan Guild is scheduling thei
party for 8:30 p.m. tonight with the
mnerbers joining the church group at
thie Watch Night Communion service
at 11 p.m. The Rev. Paul Albery of
F~int will speak to the Guild at 5 :3G
p,,. Sunday on the topic, "Challenge
of the New." Supper and fellowship
1 our will follow the talk.
Gamma Delta is planning its New
year's ,Eve service for 7:30 p.m. and
will gther afterwards for a social
Hour. The Sunday night supper and
m;eeting at 5:30 p.m. will be at the
Student Center on Washtenaw Ave-
In the series of programs on post-
war problems presented by the Con-
gregational -Disciples Guild, Dr. Ed-
wArd, Blakeman will speak on "Wha
Would a Christian Reconstruction
Look Alike?" at 5 p.m. Sunday. Sup-
per will be served after the meeting
in the church.
Five 'Masses Sheuled
.St. Mary's Chapel will hold five
masses :during the holy day tomor-
row starting at 6:30, 7, 8, 10 and
11:30 a.m.
programs Sunday include the Can-
terbury Club meeting at 5 p.m. fo
evening prayer and a talk by Prof
Howard Mc~lusky on "Marriage" at
"Rev. Leonard A. Pairrwill address
the Roger Williams Guild at 5 p.m.
Sunday on "Religious, Valuies in
Modern Literature." .Open huse is
planne for the New Year's Eve pro-
gram from 9 pa. to midnight. A
candlelight communion service will
also .be 'held.
An informal service and tea will be
.jgvppi'Eby the Westminster Guild at
~the Presbyterian Church at ";6,pn.m.
Sunday. The hymn sing will be led
by Peg Jefers.
Woen for Musical
Casting for female roles in .C'
proposed musical comedy, "Bidin' Our
Time," will begin, the second week
in Januaryy when the soldier students
,rt~in from fu~rlou.gh
Cp. Troy Bartlett and Sgt. Ily-
mian Wtolotsky are nw arranging the
music and, polishing the scrit at their

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a t ,3 p.!t'. ye:;iti'tiay by l!te lI:;: ~ ,ik
on the iag? ona;l, the latst formatiiiioni of
the companiy before pare ow tmeva-
dlets leave f or basicntrin~iing.
IaPep-artions a¢ nd Carrying ont.of
l~it llair vwere cvt ill'ire l nII he 1.11 ls
ti it " he cdet.'.
The'Iile des 1niurelied u11'to Owe lag-
nola led b d e1; f;it (ati .Jo111 ( ? i
Aftt] e t 1 c eroi they li,is' tt
r ieview of Col. Frederick C. 11oger~s
and his staff, which inc;luded MaE
L. P1. Warner, Cttpt. Eric L. 1-. Sw yler
:,,,(I ta. ClhlesE. vPeake.
Th1-e Army Land marched in front
(_ 1 t' cets ;;s they well(, down 1t he
111; tl l.tup North University, up tar
tree+t and down~ South. University to
the Qurttzerma~teir building.
During t HeC past wee(k Co. B-4 ha1s
been rune by its own cadet officr ..
TWhose men in' the mpany wvho ha~d
made the best records in leadership
were g.iven full responsibility for the
i d(mini - istraion: of the company from
s 1IUday until tomorrow.
lCadet Capt. Carron is acting a
commanding officer, Cadet Lt. Pa~ul
Dots on exectivie 'offier, Catde"lt i-
a amt .ilMtad Thtomans Ja-
ruu :i. ti;;lit 1'Fikand Henry Mlc? ezea,
platoon commnander s, and Cadet
IChar les Best;,ad-i i'ti l ive s (Officer.
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Outstanding gains against the Japanese during 1943 -were the American capture of Atto. Ki~ka.,(,
Gilberts, most of the Solomons and the Allied push up New Guinea culminating in the American ivso
of New Britain. Arrows indicate Allied drives or potential drives.
CIiiIlui tomotive Tehuiejans Instruct Army
In MantenaceReairof Wheeled Vehicles

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CATS .are. now instructing Army
)fficers and enlisted personnel.
The t'echhical namne for this group
is Civilian Automotive Technicians,
out the boys in Army training camps
throughout the country refer to the
civilian experts as CATS.
Col. Harry Adamson, commanding
-)etroit's Fort Wayne, said recently
ghat the Ordnance Department,
Army Service Forces was simply fol-
lowing its traditional practice of
recruiting the best brains of Ameni-

Hures, donifistrations uaid -advice. on
all phas(es of first and seconid. echelon
maintenanlce training."
Tool Kits Used
First echelon maintenance, {Col.
Adamson explained, is performed by
the drivers themselves, using only
the tool kit that is supplied with
Churches Plan
Union Service

has rein ed ilthroi iout thme year
every ordnance - procured vehicle. as executive officer of the company,
Second echelon mnaintenance in- will leave today for OCS. "I think
cludes one to six thousand mile in- this is a swell company and I would
spection jobs And minor repairs in rather stay here than go to OCS,"
small field shops. This is the speedi- Cadet Lt. McKeown said yesterday.
est on-the-spot kind of battlefield "Cadet Lt. McKeown has done a
repair work. More difficult break- fine job and his services will be
downs are- turned over to ordnanceI greatly missed," Lt. Peake, comman-
ma.intenance companies. ding officer of Co. B, said.

periiori i mt ters relauting ;to the
nl;'u1t'!1; 'nancelaid lImprovemenit'l of
morae x~ilhi U.S. Amy orce';
ft opr~sifrainsrices >to
l~l~rs Ulvi', ew rel, adio andl
nes eriesar sdIin tthb. g lobal
The division also conducts the Ar-
my Orientation Course and educa-
tional programs for" troops, consisting
oft correspondence, and self study
courses, educational films, exhibits,
ecetures and group ins tructiont.




can industry to help solve some par- Eight local churches 'will unite in
,icular problems, a traditional New Year's Day service,
Civilian Advisors Help. to be held from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. to-
In this .case the problem was how morrow at the First Presbyterian
to keep huge fleets of Ordnance cars, Church.
trucks and tanks moving up to the Planned in accordance with a re-
front. -Ar'my ordnance therefore se-
cured 'the services of a number of quest by President Rqosevelt that the
civilian~ automotive advisors, former- nation set aside one /hour of the day
ly eploed y lrgemanufacturing for prayer and worship, the service
any emaplorbtargeopaie. will be open to all students, towns-
and ranporatio copanes. people and servicemen who wish to
"Thze function of these civilians," attend.
col. Ada~mson sai, "is to advise and ministers who will taket part in the
i~nstrict Atm ofices ad elised erVlce include the Rev. C. W: Brash-
i'personnel ini the proper care, ser- ares of the First Methodist Church,
vicing; and repair of wheeled, half- he Rev. T. R. Schmale of the Beth-
tracked veliieles, and the parts there-
of. The term instruct' includes lec- 'ehem Evangelical and Reformed
________________________ ;hurch, the Rev. E. H. Redman of
.he First Unitarian Church, the Rev.
Prof. Fajans To Tour L.awrence Neff of Pilgrim Holiness
MTurch, the Rev. C. H. Loucks of the
Prof. . asimiz. Faians of the chem- "irst Baptist Church, the Rev. C. W.
istry 'department will leave Saturday "-arpenter of the Second Baptist
for a lecture tour of four schools- Turch, the Rev. L. A. Parr of the
State College, Pa., Columbia Univer- _? irst Congregational Church, and the
city, University of Rochester and th-. Rev. W. P. Lemon of the First Pres-
Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn. )~yterian Church.


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