KOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION INDIANA CHAPTER ONE
The monthly meeting of the Korean War Veterans Assn., Indiana Chapter One will be held on February 8th at the American Legion Post 82 on Harris Road. Meeting begins at 9am with breakfast and social hour beginning at 7am. Members are asked to bring Valentines to this meeting to be distributed to local Veterans.
ATTENTION QUIET WARRIORS CHAPTER OF THE KOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION
We will be moving the location of our meeting to the new Bob Evans Restaurant in Jefferson Pointe. We will be meeting in their private side room at 10am. Breakfast and the meeting will follow immediately on Feb. 1st 2003. All who have served during the Korean War Era are welcome to join us, along with spouses and friends. For more information, call: 260-747-0601.
DAVID PARRISH POST 296
During the month of February, American Legion war veterans honor our great presidents Washington and Lincoln and the Four Chaplains of WWII who died together in February 1943. These four U.S. Army Chaplains were on the Dorchester, a troop ship carrying 900 soldiers. When a torpedo hit their ship the four chaplains passed out life jackets until all were gone. Then they took off their own precious jackets, gave them to four young servicemen and told them to jump from the sinking ship. Clark Poling was a Reformed Church chaplain, Alexander Goode was a Jewish rabbi, John Washington was Catholic, and George Fox was Methodist. These chaplains of different faiths were last seen with their arms linked, praying to the one God they all served as the ship sank into the ocean. In Philadelphia, The Chapel of the Four Chaplains holds interfaith services each week at three altars, one for each faith, Jewish, Catholic, and Protestant. An eternal light burns above the entrance as a sign of unity. And chiseled in stone are these words: “Here is Sanctuary for Brotherhood. Let it Never be Violated.”
At 7:30pm on Tuesday, February 18, 2003 the day after President’s Day, American Legion Post 296 will welcome the public to join them at a short interfaith memorial ceremony honoring the heroism of those chaplains. The ceremony will precede the general meeting. Post 296 is on Tillman Road, just west of Calhoun Street. Phil Ader – Public Relations Post 296 – 260-456-5206 POST HOURS – The post opens for business at 11am every day.
AMVET POST #33
A different entrée to be served each week!
KARAOKE AT POST #33
Come on down to the Post on Thursday Nights and sing & dance with J&R Karaoke from 7:30pm to 11:30pm – Eat Coney Dogs for 75 cents.
THINKING ABOUT A LIFE MEMBERSHIP?
AMVets-$150, Ladies Auxiliary-$200, SONS of AmVets-$320 – get with your membership chairperson now!
NEW KITCHEN MENU
LUNCHEON SPECIALS SERVED FROM 11AM TO 1PM
“Stop in and have one of Mary’s “Home Cooked” and delicious lunches from 11am to 1:30pm daily Monday through Friday.” Food every evening: Monday-241 Super Burgers, Tuesday-Sliders, Wednesday-Wings, Thursday-Food Specials to be announced, Friday-Regular Friday Night Dinners – Fish & Shrimp and chicken, steak, or chops.
FABULOUS TAILGATE PARTY
The Ladies Auxiliary Waynedale American Legion Unit #241 will be sponsoring a Fabulous Daytona Tailgate Party on February 16, 2003 at American Legion Post #241. There will be fun and games starting at 12noon. So for all you racing fans, we invite you to join us and watch on the big screen, while winning prizes. We are serving food during the race. Come join the fun.
VOITURE 37 of the 40et8, 7301 Decatur Road, would like to extend a welcome to visit our Chateau. We have noon lunch specials from 11am to 2pm, Monday – Friday. We have Coney Dogs on Tuesday nights from 5pm to 8pm. On Wednesdays have some fun playing cards with a great group of people from 12 to 2(?). Friday nights we have fish dinners with salad bar and other entrees from 5pm to 8pm. We also have a banquet room for rent – capacity approximately 200. For information call 447-6299.
AMERICAN LEGION POST 160 (ROANOKE)
FRIDAY’S LUNCHEON SPECIALS SERVED FROM 11AM TO 1PM
Jan. 31-Taco Potatoes or Nachos
Please remember there will be NO AUX or PPP meetings in February.
Our Dance Hall & Meeting Room is available to rent for all kinds of events. Members receive a discount. Please consider us. Contact Post for further details at 672-2298.
STILL NEED FISH CREWS!
If you would like a brick on our Memorial wall they are available for $25. These are a permanent tribute to you or anyone else. You need not be a member to purchase one. They can be inscribed in a variety of ways. Please stop in and have a look.
As always – Lets get our dues paid.
I am thanking you in advance
(From ‘Let’s Be Right on Flag Etiquette’)
Question: While marching or standing guard in a place of worship or a military funeral in a church, is the cap worn by the Color Guard?
Answer: Yes. The cap should be worn in church by the Guard of Honor, the Color Guard, and the Commander of same while in marching order or standing guard. When seated in pews, the cap should be removed; however, armed guards always remain covered wherever they are. Only when they do not bear arms do they uncover in church or while a prayer is uttered outdoors. In the case of the Color bearers, if the guards are armed, the entire Color Guard is armed and therefore follows the above rule.
“I have fought in every battle of every war for more than 200 years. I was flown at Valley Forge, Gettysburg, Shiloh, and Appomattox. I was there at San Juan Hill, the trenches of Normandy, Guam, Okinawa, Korea, and Khesan, Saigon, Vietnam; know me, I was there. I led my troops, I was dirty, battle worn, and tired but my soldiers cheered me and I was proud. I have been burned, torn, and trampled on the streets of countries I have helped set free. It does not hurt for I am invincible. I have been soiled upon, burned, torn, and trampled in the streets of my country. And when it’s done by those whom I’ve served in battle, it hurts but I shall overcome for I am strong. I have slipped the bonds of Earth and stood watch over the uncharted frontiers of space from my vantage point on the moon. I have borne silent witness to all of America’s finest hours but my finest hours are yet to come. When I am torn into strips and used as bandages for my wounded comrades on the battlefield, when I am flown at half-mast to honor my soldier, or when I lie in the trembling arms of a grieving parent at the grave of their fallen son or daughter, I am proud.
AMERICAN LEGION ELIGIBILITY DATES:
WW1 4-6-17 to 11-11-18 WW2 12-7-41 to 12-31-46
Korea 6-25-50 to 1-31-55 Vietnam 2-28-61 to 5-7-75
Lebanon/Grenada 8-24-82 to 7-31-84 Panama 12-20-89 to 7-31-84
Desert Storm 8-2-90 to (Close date pending)
Jack L. Carter – U.S. Marine Corp – Vietnam Veteran
Les R. Maxwell – Korean War Army veteran
Ronald D. Winn
Gary R. Weaver
Thomas W. Ervin
William M. Kozma
Stanford L. Drummond
Oliver B. Slater
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