Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 30, 1948 · Page 2
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Page HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Subcommittee Gets Hot Issue of Palestine v.V. .-'•- •••• •• Paris. Oct.- 29 -*-W)—The Uniicd Notions Se-curity Council threw to n sub-cnmmitlei? today the hot issue of sanctions iri Palestine, amid tinconfinhiXi, reports that Presi-, dent Truman.had withdrawn Amer-i lean support for economic pros-' sure to stop..the Holy.Land war. Authoritniive sources here said the president' told Secretary of State Marshall the U. S. would not :support a British Chinese resolution calling on the Holy Land combatants to withdraw to positions hold .before the last'rupture* of the U. N. truce. A U. S. press,.spokesman aid he knew no1hing^»of this report 'In Washington, the 'U. S. State Department wotild 'not ' comment; Similarly, aides of the' president, in New York on his campaign tour, aechned to comment.) The council,-- without a formal vote, but. with Russia and the Soviet TJkrpine abstaining, set up a five-member sub-committee to study the, British-Chinese resolutio This resolution would have the effect of forcing Israel to withdraw i'rotn positions in the Negev desert Vvon in ' recent hard fighting against the Egyptians. The resolution asks the council to consider tise of economic and political, measures against Israel and E?ypt if.-either refuses to withdraw trobps in the iNegtfv. to posi-l tions held Oct. 14, " the date the fighting was renewed in Southern Palestine:. Egypt, which lost territory there to the Jews, has agreed. Israel refused., - Although a switch in the American position was reported, it has not vet been necessary • for chief U. S. Delegate Warren R. Austin to state the American stand 'n -the council, pf which' he is president for October. -.. . . Authoritative sources here said President Truman heard about the snnotion^ support -by the Americans outside of-'State Department channels-and immediately "abled Sec-rotary of State Marshall. They said he told Marshall the Uniied States could-riot support the resolution, and-Uhnt word of this message was sent by Marshall to Austin while the latter was presiding over the - council. During the council session -the U. S. delegation conferred' privately, the sources said. The British were said to have called in their chief delegate, Hector McNeil for a hurried behind-the-scenes conference. Jewish' sources have contended that the • president and Marshall held different views on the Palestine situation. Saturday, October 30, 1948 That Must Be a Potent Pumpkin Former Japanese Admirals Plead innocent ;' : £; : ; : Yokohama. Oqt; : '-29.' : iff) — Seven former Japanese .admirals, including a grandson of the late Emperor Meiji, today pleaded inno- C.ent to charges Qf i-obblng,* 1 tortur'- ing, and murdering 800 survivors of toroedoed Allied ships: They are among 43 members of the one-time imperial . Japanese navy on, trial before q,n Eighth Army commission. The defendants are accused of conspiring in atrocities against British, French, In- News of the Churches GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST North Ferguson Street Eltaert Osteen, Pastor Hock, of Ages Broadcast from the Church auditorium, 9 to 9:30 a. m. Sunday School—10 a.m. Grady Hairston, Supl. Morning Worship—11. B.'I.C.—0:45 p.m. livening Worship —7:30. Monday, Auxiliary—2 p.m. Mrs. Wade- Warren, President Wednesday, Teachers meeting— 7 p.m. Prayer service at 7:30 ' You are invited to worship with us. Hey, Skipper Charming, what do you see? In the mysterious glowing Hallowe'en pumpkin, what eerie sights does your youthful imagination conj urc up? Maybe there's a black and ugly witch, tearing around the inside on a jet-propelled broom. Maybe there's a troop of elves, dressed like Cub Scouts,.marching in formation. And you never can tell, maybe he sees Santa Glaus, his sleigh pulled by a quartet of evil-looking bats. Whatever the Homewood, 111., lad sees, you can bet he'U never tell anyone—Hallowe'en is strictly for kids, and adults aren't invited into their Hallowe'en dream world. FIRST PENTECOSTAL Fourth & rerguson Rev. T. F. Ford, Pastor Sunday School —9:45 a.m. Morning Worship —11 a.m. Young Peoples Service —6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service— 7:30 p.m. Our revival is still in progress and the services began each night at 7:30. The Lord is still blessing in a great and marvelous way. Wo invite everyone to come and hear these God-inspired messages. FIRST BAPTIST Corner Third and Main Streets S. A. Whitlow, Pdstor fl:30 a.m. —Sunday School, H. E. Thrash, Superintendent. 10:50—Morning worship with the message by the pastor. 0:30 p.m.—Training Union, Vance Smiley, Director. 7:30 p.m.— Evening worship with the message by the pastor. Monday: 2:30 p.m.—The Woman's Missionary Society will meet at the church for a business meeting. 4 p.m.—The Sunbeams meet at the church. 5 p.m.—Junior G.A.'s meet at the church. Junior R.A.'s meet at the church. 7:30 p.m.—Fellowship Hour. The midweek worship for the whole family. Tobacco Heiress Gets Divorce dian, Dutch, Norwegian and American survivors of at least 11 ships sunk in (he South Pacific'and Indian oceans by Japanese submarines. Survivors wore machincgunned in the sea and in lifeboats and were clubbed with pipes and sledgehammers, bayoneted and shot on submarine decks, the prosecution charges. Sunday, October 31 A tea in honor of the Rev. W. R. Burks and Mrs. Burks and the Rev. E. D. Galloway, district su- _. , perintendent of thc~Prescott dis- fhe grandson^ of Emperor Meiji trict and Mrs. Galloway will be is Vice Adm. Teruhisa Komatsu, GO, a former marquis and commander in chief of Ihe Japanese sixth submarine fleet from March 1942 to June 19-13. Other admirals on trial Vice Adm. Hisashi Ichioka, Adm. Tasuku Nakazawa, Adm. Kyugoro Shimamoto. Adm. Noboru Ishizaki and Adm. Hai-uo Katsulu. Vice rear Rear- Rear is now o daily comic feature He's fhe world's most famous rabbit! The nation's fttvorifre movie cartoon character! For years a top hit in the Simdesy comics! Now he comes to you In a dally comic strip! Follow hii brash and zany amics, his; orna/ing vocabulary., and all his puU . . . Timer Fudd, Porky the Pig, Pretty Pr-tunia and others. EVERY DAY ON OUR COMIC PAGE STARTS MONDAY IN HOPE STAR held Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Methodist church parlors. Members of the church and friends are invited. Mrs. Galloway is state president of the W.S.C.S. Beginning Sunday at the Assembly of God church, West Hazel street, an old-time revival with evangelist Mrs. F. Dillinj^harn of Tcxarkami as the speaker will bo held. These revival meetings will continue for two weeks. There will be special singing each night. Services begin at 7 p.m. and the public is cordially invited. to a duck dinner at her home on the Rosston road Wednesday evening, the occasion being her birthday anniversary. The table was covered with a white linen cloth and centered with an arrangement of yellow mari- •golds. A perfectly appointed dinner was served to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hesterly, Mr. and Mrs, Olin ( Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar An- I drews and daughter Carolyn and Mr. and Mrs. Hooks. Alter dinner the guests enjoyed playing Pinochle. Rev. Harvey M. Rcdford who is conducting a Crusade Evangelistic meeting at the First Christian church will have for his morning Sermon topic "From Vision lo Venture" and for "Paul Solution." the night sermon Monday, November 1 Yi'.M.S. of the Firs', church will rneel at 2:;- ehureh. Baptis: a t 1 h . Circles of the W.S.C.S. of Fi/ Melhoclisi ehuych will meet '1:'M p.m. in t!v- following horn-.- Cjrcle 1, to be anno..need Jale: Circle !;, Mrs. J. ]!. llesterly; Ci ele 3. Mr*. M. D. Shell; Circle Mr:;. Clarke While. The circle of the Women of tlv- Presbyterian church U.S. will meet Monday afternoon at 2:30 at '.lie |lu>me of Airs. Gns MoCaskill with Mrs. Waller Hirst co-hostess. The Missionary Soeiety of the Presbyterian ehureh will meet Monday afternoon at 2-30 at the home of Mrs. N. N. Daniel. • Mrs. George Cashman has been appointed chairman for the second annual "Sunflower Week" for spastic children which .starts Nov. 1 and continues through Nov. (i. Mrs. Cashman will be assisted by the following: Mrs. J. D. Stripling, ivirs. O. W. Allen, Mrs. Harold ilines and Mrs. Sidney Loomis. Through the sale of Sunflowers, the Arkansas Society lor Crippled Children, Inc. is enabled lo expand its program for eerebral palsied emklrui anil friends tor us handi- c-i'p;>!.'i'.l children's rehabilitation c<.nter. All funds derived from this Sole remain in Arkansas and are spent for the benefit ot Arkansas en.ktren. Not one penny is sent out o. lie stale. Plan now to wear a imj guidon blossom next week. Mr:-. E. J .Smilh. Mrs. Harold I.'.-iVis. Mrs .',. V. Me Ma hen. Mrs. iUiss:.')l lUojerg and daughter Kred- uie sprni '.uesdav in Texarkana. | Mrs. linon Gee and Airs. Eleclra i V. eilx spent Wednesday in Texar• liana. Tuesday, November 2 Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist ehureh will meet at 7:.'U) j p.m. in the home of Mrs. Ilari: well Greeson with Mrs. S. T. | White Jr. co-hostess. Sunbeams ehureh will Ihe ehureh. the leader. of the First Baptist meet at ;;: lf> p.m. at Airs. Roy Loomis is i The Amerieiin Legion Auxiliary I met Monday evening at Hotel ],aw- 1 son. Mrs. John T. McRao, pres- j ulcnt, liiui charge of the meeting- i A membership drive was discussed. i The program was presented bv i Airs. U. 11. McKeime who gave a i talk on "How \Ve Can Help Or! plians of Veterans of World War i 1 & World War II to Seek Higher i Education." j Members present were: Airs. Mei Keni'.ie, Mrs. Floyd Craiu, Mrs. Hansel Herring, Mrs. C. A. Grant. Jr.. Mrs. Joe A. Hailey. Mrs. J. 11. Lei-, Airs, T. T. Mi-Hue Jr., Airs. J. V. MeMaheu, Mrs. Ward anu Mrs. Rame.v Garland ot Krnmi'il. Mrs. Dallas Atkins has returned ii'oni Little Rock where she has been the gne^t lor several days of her iUun.jb.ler. Mrs. Duncan Mitchell and Mr. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Buol Allen of Grossee lie, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Small of"Trenton, Mieli- gan and Mr. and Mrs. Hernr.m Ackermnn of Butler, Mo. have returned to their home:-; alter having bieii the guests of Mrs. Thomas; liesterly and Mrs. 11. li. Allen. Mrs. Ruby Stewart of 101 Dorado is the guest of her sister. Mr:--. Gordon Danner and iamily and other relatives. Airs. W. U. White has returned irom l.iiUe Ruck- where she has been \isiting relatives. Mrs. John P. Cox of Hope was the gik-.-n Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Davis. UNITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST South Elm Street Eld. Howard White, Pastor A. A. Massey, Sunday School Superintendent Unity's Gospel Hour over KXAR —8 a.m. Sunday School —10 a.m. Morning worship—11. Sermon subject: "The Kings Business." I Sam. 21:8. Service at the county jail—1:30 p.m. Baptist Training Course — 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship—7:30. Ladies' Auxiliary, Tuesday —2 p.m. Prayer service and Bible Study —7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Teachers' Meeting, Thursday — 7 p.m. "Not forsaking the assembling of yourselves together as the manner of some is." A friendly church in the heart of a friendly community. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 300 East Second Street Stephen Cook, Pastor Nancy Deal, Director of Educa- cation Sunday School —9:45 a.m. Jim Miller, Supt. Morning Worship —10:55 a.m. Sermon: "To Be Called! What it Means". Anthem: "Jesus Savior Pilot Me" by Clement. A nursery is provided during the morning worship. Vesper Worship —5 p.m. Sermon: "The Plumb-Line of Love". P.Y.F.—6:15 p.m. The program "Station WMAY Calling" will be given by members of the group. Roberta Howard will serve refreshments. Choir practice, Tuesday •—7 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday —7 p.m. There will be a special Home Missions program. A church home for those away from home and a welcome to all. —NEA Telepholo Doris Duke, tobacco heiress, relaxt's in her Reno, California home after receiving a divorce from her second husband, Porflrio Rubirosa, a Dominican Republic diplomat. Miss Duke, whose father left her a $30,000,000 estate, said she and Rubirosa "just couldn't get along." W BROADCASTING SYSTEM ffi. By FRANCIS W. CARPENTER (For Dewitt MacKenzie) AP Foreign Affairs Analyst Paris— The little fellows in the United Nations are talking back to the big powers and slowly, but surely, they are getting results. They succeeded in keeping alive negotiations for atomic energy Wallace Bitter in Denouncing Truman, Dewey New Haven, Conn., Oct. 28 —(/P) iiesouauuns 101- atomic energy i? enl ' y f', Wallace entered the final control,They.are scrapping now \o |&« y <*,*« /<£-™ a^Tol (President Truman had sold out" the country to monopolies. The Progressive party nominee contended here last night that "po litical robber barons, on leave from Wall Street to Washington" in the Truman keep talks going on control of conventional armaments: The little nations refused to accept a Western power demand that they slap Russia for the Berlin blockade. Instead they came up with a plan which blamed no one w pan wc ame no one _„ , ; and urged the Big Four council of!°f, el 'P-X , ke f. P osts fnt-oior, v^ini ctn,-o itenif *„ t-nuin thn I'uminisii anon. foreign ministers itself to settle the Berlin crisis. Andrei yishinsky, Soviet deputy foreign minister, killed the "neutral" plan with Russia's 28th veto in the security council late Monday, but a spokesman for the little fellows said they would keep trj'- ing for some forjnula to tiring the big powers together. Delegates of the small and medium countries in the United Nations know they inevitably would be drawn into any war which might result from the big power squabbles. They also know that the big powers need their support for any successful war. Knowing these things, they arc treading cautiously, appealing for moderation and FIRST METHODIST West 2nd at Pine Rev. J. E. Cooper, Pastor Church School —9:45 a.m. Morning Worship—10:50. Rev. E. D. Galloway, new District Superintendent, will preach. Everyone is invited and urged to hear Bro. Galloway and to meet him. 0:30 p.m.—Meeting of the Wesley club. 0:30 p.m.—Meeting of Youth Group. 7:30 p.m.—Evening worship. Sermon theme: "Workers Together With God'" by Pastor. Monday: 10 a.m. —Day of prayer worship service by members of the W.S.C.S. Lunch served at the church at noon. 7:30 p.m.—Meeting of the Board of Stewards at the church. Wednesday: 7:31) p.m.—Choir practice. 7:30 p.m.—Meeting of the Board of Education. "Truman is desperate the way all men who have sold out arc des perate when their time is up and they must face the consequences of their betrayal," the former Democratic vice president said. "Three years ago, Harry Truman sold his country to the monop olies. Wallace charged that: "Dewey is smug — not only because he thinks he'll be elected, but because the men who support Top Radio Programs New York, Oct. 30 — Saturday night list: On -0:30 Vic Damonc; 7 Hol- negotiation, and absolutely rel'us- NBC ..„ „ ,. nig^ to close any door that might plywood Theatre; ~8 Hit "Paracl'e^fl 'Dennis Day's Day. CBS — 6:30 Vaughn Monroe: lead to peace. The best example of their influence is what happened on atomic Sins It Again: , f ) Winner' Take ""All- energy. The little nations refused 8:30 It Pays to be Ignorant 9:30 to let the atomic control negoti.-i- Military Ball. tions fall apart. ABC"— 7 Johnny Fletcher- :30 The United States. France and Amazing Malone; « Gang-blisters- Britain came here with the view If) Whiz Quiz. that the assembly should approve I MBS— 7 Twenty Questions. Rep | their plan for control, take a crack! Sol Bloom Guest" :3() Life Begins at Russia for holding up agree- at 80; «:30 Guy Lornbardo; 0 Chi- Saturday p.m., Oct. 30 12:45 Football game: Cornell vs Columbia—M 2:15 Football game: Arkansas vs Texas A & M 5:00 Take a Number—M 5:30 True or False—M 6:00 News, 5-Star Final 6:15 The Week in Sports « 6:30 Robert Hurleigh—M 6:45 Mel Allen, Sportscast—M 7:00 Twenty Questions—M 7:30 Leave it to the Girls—M 7:55 Stars on the Horizon 8:00 Gabriel Hcatter—M 8:15 Lanny Ross—M 8:30 Meet the Press 9:00 Chicago Theatre of Air—M 10:00 Accent on Youth 10:1(5 Club Rendezvous 10:30 Eddy Duchin's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual Reports the News 11:00 Sign Off Sunday a.m., Oct. 31 6:58 Sign On 7:III! T.r-w White Organ Meloditt 7:30 Hymn Time 7:45 tour Knights 8:00 Unity's Gospel Hour 8:30 Church News of the Air 8:45 Silver Strings 8:55 News, First Edition 9:00 Rock of Ages Broadcast 9:30 Voice of Prophecy—M 10:00 Radio Bib.\° Class 10:30 Reviewing Stand—M 11:00 First Presbyterian Church Sunday p.m., Oct. 31 12:00 William L. Shirer, News—M 12: in John B. Kennedy—M 12:30 Cote Glee Club 12:5(1 Saenger Preview 12:55 News. Noon Edition 1:00 Gospel Hour 1:30 Music for Sunday 2:00 Sunday Spotlight News 2:05 Keynotes by Carle 2:15 Friendly House 2:30 Juvenile Jury—M 3:00 House of Mystery—M 3:30 True Detective Mysteries--M 4:00 Friday Music Club 4:30 Quick As a Flash—M 5:00 Sunday Down South 5:30 Nick Carter—M 0:00 Sherlock Holmes—M 6:30 Roy Rogers' Show—M 7:00 A. L. Alexander—M 7:30 It's a Living—M 8:00 Secret Missis—M 8:30 Jimmie Fidler—M 8:45 Twin Views of the News—IW 9:00 Voices of Strings—M 9:30 Symphony in Miniature 10:00 William Hillman, News—M 10:15 Noro Morales Orch.—M 10:30 Noro Morales Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign Off Monday a.m., Nov. 1 5:57 Sign On 1:00 Hillbilly Hoe-down 6:15 Home Sweet Home 6:25 Bargain Roundup 6:30 News, First Edition 6:40 Arkansas Plowboys 6:55 Market Reports 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Eoys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition 8:00 Sunrise Serenade 8:30 Bob Poole's Show—M 8:45 Bob Poole's Show—M Cecil Brown—M Faith in Our Time—-M Say it With Music—M Passing Parade—M Victor H. Lindlahr—M • Gabriel Heatter's Mailbag —M Lanny Ross—M 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 9:00 9:15 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 Miss Alary Adalyn >Me.ss to the G.A. •pliM elunvh at h iv aiU'riHH<n. CoUir •<-'ul MUM.i the room Jaek i.'oo,.i irge of UK. nv:;< i;ud n Work With Indian, . During tin 1 i-'UMi lollowin;'. oll'icer:- Par a lee .\\ Jean William Kiilhk- Clark. Bueiu.nan. liv; j Mr. i had i. ; C.lail, i "M::-.. : liKi L i o! til Airs. B. C'. Stivers hail as her gin. sis Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Stan- FIRST CHRISTIAN North Main at West Avenue B Wm. P. Hardegree, Minister 9:45 —Sunday School. We have classes for all ages. You will find a class in our school that you will enjoy attending. 10:50—Morning worship, sermon, Communion. The special music will be a vocal solo by Mrs. C. P. Haworlh, "Trust In Him". G—The Junior and Senior CYF will meet in Fellowship Hall for u social hour. 6:30—Group meetings and les- j son for the Junior and Senior CYF. 7:30—Evening worship. Commun- I ion, and Sermon. The special music | will be by the choir, "Jesus Will I Keep Me". The Minister will give the second in a series of sermons on the book of Revelation. The topic will be the prophecies concerning' the history of the fhureh showing the .seven stages of the rliureh from its early establishment until the second coming of Christ. Monday : 1:i;0— Members of the Women's C'nunril will meet in Fellowship Hall lo ;:e\v for the Bazaar. 3:;-;u- C'ireles 1 & 2 will have a joint meeting in the Fellowship Hull at the church. Mrs. George Dodds, Mrs. R. L. Ponder, uiid Mrs. B. L. Ketlig will be co-hostesses for this meeting. 7:30-There will be a very important meeting of the Sunday school ttachers and officers in i Fellowship Hall. Details for the ; Thanksgiving offering will be de- icierl on at this meeting. Thursday, 7:30— Choir rehearsal. merit and let tilings ride until the political better. climate changed for the c:\go Theater, ••Martha." Sunday Forums: MBS 10:30 a. m Russia came in with a surprise Reviewing Stands starts 15th year change in tactics, demanding that j "Do You Feel Your Age?" "CBS a treaty banning atomic bombs I j] ;30 People's Platform "Truman Taft and Mo- noon America Communist NBC 1:30 and another treaty setting up controls be written and put into effect at the same time. India protested against letting negotiations drop. So did Australia. They summed up the general idea of the little fellows that no matter how hopeless it appeared, the nations could not stop trying to agree on atomic controls. For once the little fellows refused to give in and finally forced the Western group to agree to a resolution approving the majority plan. But calling for the U. N. Atomic Energy Commission to take up negotiations where it dropped thorn last spring and keep working. Russia voted against the final resolution in the political commit- _ tee because it approved the ma- j Hall, Gladys Swar'thoiii"- 7 s't'o'n the jority report. It is evident that i Music: 9:30 Fay Baintcr in "Morn- Russians want the talks in the ing Star" 9:45 Geo. Sokolsky vs Dewey," Sen. Grath; NBC 12 United. "Is There .. Fifth Column is U. S. p. m. Chicago Rountable, "Emotions and World Problem." Otlher: NBC — 1:30 University- Theater. "Justice;" 4 Jane Piekens 6 Jack Benny; 7 Charlie McCarthy 7:30 Fred Allen; 9 Garry Moore 9:30 Horace Heidt. CBS — 1:30 You Are There, "Jefferson's election"; 2 N. Y. Philharmonic; 4 Lewis Comedy; 5 Ginger Rogers in "By-Line Nellie Bly 6:30 Amos and Andy; 7 Sam Spade 8 Marlene Dietrich in "The Lady is Willing;" 9 Lum and Abner ABC — 1:30 -" Ted Malone: _ 5:30 Greatest Story; 0:30 Carnegie Mr. 4:30 President; 3 Counter Spy atomic commission to continue. Everyone here make comment. makes long MBS — 12:30 Return of Singing speeches against war. The little [ Canaries; 2:30 Juvenile Jury 4 conversations i fellows in private conversations iThe Shadow; 5 Roy complain that the Big Five have I Sherlock Holmes; 7 cmarrelle.d so much that they are'Board; 8 Secret hurting the U. N. and disturbing [Starlight Moods. the peace. j — They say fervently that they are j tired of year after year of big! Ipower polities and discord. That 1 iwas the motivating po'.ver behind I Mexieo's resolution which sailed unanimously through the political j committee last week. j ! Mexico called attention to the ] jdi.-'agreements and urged the five j ; great powers to take every .-;1t-p to i eompo.-e their differences. For a | 'rare moment. the five great', [powers agreed thai was n got;d . jibing. ; I Then they wont buck at it again. : At ibis moment no o:ie can say i Inn 1 .- far thw Mexiean rcscilut'on : ';'.'.'ill go toward achieving agree-'; ; n.'c-ni. ; i i But at least the little lellows ; I (have made a start—and they say j I 'they will not back down in their ; j I efforts to slop Ihe bickering. Rogers G Mediation Mission 9:30 11:30 Student Parade 11:45 Music by Monroe Monday p.m., Nov. 1 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 John Daniel Quartet 12:30 Polka Interlude 12:35 Farm Fair 12:45 Eddy Arnold Show— M 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest— M 2:00 Red Benson's Show — M 2:30 Ozark Valley Folks— M 3:00 Meet the Band 3:15 1490 Club 4:00 Swing Time 4:45 Guest Star 5:00 Adventure Parade— M 5:15 Superman — M 5:30 Captain Midnight— M 5: 4 5 Tom Mix— M (i:00 Salon Serenade 6:15 News, Five Star Edition 6:25 Today in Sports 6:30 Henry J. Taylor— M 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr. 7:00 The Falcon— M 7:30 To Be Announced 7:45 Republican Comrn. Broad- east— M 8:00 Gabriel Realtor— M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel— M 8:30 Mystery Playhouse— M 8:55 Bill Henry, News— M 9:00 Fishing & Hunting Club— Ivj 9:30 To Be Announced 9:45 The Voters Speak— M 10:00 All the News'— M 10:15 Stan Patton's Orch.— M 10:30 Michael Zarron's Oreh.— M 10:55 Mutual News— M 11:00 Sign-Off i One prc-lnca civilization in Pern i probably between'200 B.C. and 200 j A.D., built stone, struciures as | perfect in workmanship as the Egyptian pyramids. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd FOR INITIATED ACT HO. 1 Aacirrv 1 ' l ----'•*••'•• •.-.•»• .-.-'• A .-••.- s.i.-^ i FOR AMENDMENT NO. 40 A ., _•.._.„.,. A. -,„..-(,_ ^ _t M -. IOC /" \ i i I <r i I l_J I i ! C ! I I f " ,' O . AGAINST AMENDMENT NO. 41 r.~- A ---.-..-..-!.-- - .- J. K I _ XT • w; r \i.-;;_.• ;•_,-;-.XT Tc f'VO\ -i i This ad paid for by the. Hempstcad County Teachers and School Masters

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