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."P to another that prohibiting machines. the of any who read By (Pi-Rep. Columbia Armistice Program Readied For Roseburg Participation; Football Game Is Canceled Brig. Gen. Curtis T. Beecher, USMC Ret., of Days Creek, who was the ranking Marine officer on Corregldor when the Philippines Philippines fell, will address Roseburg's Armistice day service to morrow. The memorial service will be 10:45, a. m., following a parade military units through Roseburg's downtown streets, Although the Armistice day program will Include the parade, theater program and potluck lunch at the armory, the sched uled afternoon football game at Flnlay field has been canceled. The parade will start at the county courthouse at 10:15 a.m., and will proceed west to Jackson street and south to the theater, where the program will begin at iu:40 a.m. An invocation will open the db-servance db-servance db-servance in the theater, followed by singing of the national anthem by the audience. At 10:58. Warren Mack. News- News- Review reporter, will sing "My Buddy." The song will oe iouow ed bv a period of silence in honor of the war dead. Representatives of various military military and veterans' organizations will be Introduced. Also on the program will be the Roseburg Choral society, which will sing. All veterans and their families are invited to participate In a potluck lunch at the armory following following the theater program. Women are asked to bring salads salads or desserts. The main course will be furnished by sponsors of the Armistice day observance. Cancellation Explained School Superintendent Paul S. Elliott announced that the football football game planned In connection with the day's observance has been canceled. He said it is with that this move was held at the Indian theater at of veterans' organizations and A BRIG, GEN. C. T. BEECHER Armistice Day Speaker Highway Strip fib " V urn;-V.., urn;-V.., urn;-V.., i

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  1. The News-Review,
  2. 10 Nov 1949, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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