The Monroe News-Star from Monroe, Louisiana on October 13, 1952 · Page 13
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OCTOBER 13, 1952 SPIDER SILK The cocoon silk of spiders was used to make gloves and stockings as early as 1709 in Prance. Seven thousand spiders were required to weave a pound of the ■MONROE ( T, A. ) NEWS-STAR silk, and the experiment proved disappointing. PACE THIRTEEN Motions of the penguin’s “wings” v hen swimming under water are quite similar to those of birds in flight. Crossword Puzzie ' I'/. < •• . • V ■>; . That's what you'll say when you dine at Primos for here at Primos you will find thick steaks, tender as a mother's love . . . and all fine foods deliciously prepared for your enjoyment. 353 De Siard ME IN-TONITE ' KMLB - 8 P.M. - KNOE - 9 P.M. Gov. ROBT. F. KENNON' CHARLES E. TOOKE State Senator, Caddo Parish on behalf of the Constitutional Amendments ± ACROSS 1. Wooden pin 4. Sleigh 8. Grating 12. Rather than 13. Prevaricator 14. Light cotton fabric 15. Pedal digit 16. To an inner point 17. Anglo-Saxon slave 18. Item of property 20. Something set in 22. Dregs 23. Dillseed 24. Danish money 27. Small branch 29. Fragrant- root 31. Course of public life 34. Slumbers 35. Aromatic herb 36. Pronoun 37. Faucet 38. Have courage 40. Edible seaweed 44. Adhesive 46. Breathe heavily in sleep *7. Public walk 49. Sign 51. Part of an umbrella 52. The birds 53. Organ of scent 54. Turn right 55. Spanish coin 56. Gaelic NETWORK PROGRAMS Time is eastern standard. Forcer», tral standard subtract one hour, tor mountain standard subtract two hours. Some local stations change hour <ff relay to fit local schedules. Last minute program changes can. not be included. Solution of Saturday’s Puzzi« 57. Addition to a building DOWN Leaf of a flower Uneven L / 13 2 i m W4 4 T "ST "T i 89 Jo It y/^A Æ /4:4 m 14. is i/m it P >1 é /<? 7o 2! i É! 72 p 242Í » m p 72 cid m 74 3o 3/ id Id ¡HI W a M¿ m Í 11 f UULL 36 34 H Y/S/Á da 4>42 dr % m dd ¿5 w 4¿ dà II 44 5o s> St §§ 53 m VW 54 li M, 56 W/ m n Af N«vufw*«rM lO-'J 3. Simpleton* 4. Narrow opening 5. The linden 6. Dining 7. Low hum 8. Mirth 9. Give back 10. Tavern 11. Female deer 19. Park in the Rockies 21. Took Another’* property 23. Manner 25. Tear 28. Stupid person 28. Unwanted plants 30. Furnish a crew again 31 Grown kitten 32. Literary bits 33. Small waves 34. That girl 36. Shake 39. Make amends 41 Deen ravine 42 Arabian gazelle 43. Resist authority 45 Too 48. Large knife 47. Chart 48. Hail KLIC Louisiana Tech Concert Association W«son Membership Onv* Eit.nded Through October 14, If Local solicitor I* not known or irsitebk write directly to Louisiana Tech Concert Association c o Music Department Ruston, Louisiana $6.10 Unreserved Membership $9 15 Reserved teat $4.10 Unreserrrd $ti»dent Membership High School Age or Younger! $7 10 Reserved Student Member«hip ‘High School Age or Younger) ALREADY SCHEDULED Clair# Coo grtlitan* A me* con Oryenltt ▼hwr«day end Fi4d#y, November II end Id Or Fr#r* tel*#», In "M>ro<te* ef the Mind * Ihursdev November ¿0 It Lew>* Symphony O*<bc*t»o, Vfedimn (ohehoes. Conductor Wednetdey, Oeeemfc** 10 Tyrone Fewer. Jedith Andmeo, Aevmond M«*e*y, et- #1 in *#*•#*•1 tm “iehn grew*''» body" Tertdev January 27 The Amortie» Savoyard« present)** C>f5ert end Sullivan * One ef the most M*lul*l entertainment* the town «Words'* New Ter* Tin« August 24 , 19511 Tweedey, February 10 Imtvn Withem* e* "Chert«« Bickem" “You ehselwtel* mwttn't mu* ft"«— tLedre« Hen»« Journal) Friday, March 1) Marcel Mufciri . I «mou* F tench Cttkit end S*.tonne d«r 0« non. Talented American Soprano Wednecdey. end Thursday, April IS end I* Addittenel number« will he added if h«d«et permit« •e* Of Ht « Admrtvien ter fndMdwsf member« it nveHohJe. vd mm to i* SO 1:00 KLIC Club #: 06—Bobby Benson S:JO—WUd Bill H i c it ok 1 it—Cecil Brown 8.00—Fulton Lewis, Jr. • 15 -Sport* Cast §:30 -Oebrie: ileatter 8 . 45 —-Mutual Newsreel « aft -ntu* Moody 7:®0—Plntter Parade 7.30—Crime Does Not Pay • 00—Bill Henry v The News • 00—Reporter* Houadup I 10—Off A Or: the Hr cord • oo—Candlelight k Silver • IS—I Ixiye A Mystery • 10— Worn an of the Tear 10 00- BaukhSite 1 R’r.nj 10;15—U. N Highlight* 10 3c—pane* Orchestra 10 65 Mutual Report* the News 1! *0 Midnite in Monroe 11 M—News 12:00- Midnite in Monroe 1 00—New* 1 05 Sign Off KMLB 3-I6-C*! Tlnney Show 3 Ji- Betty Crocker Show . 3 3 *— Top • M) ■ 4'00—Vesper Period Rev. Johns • 15 World News 4 30 T< h > 20 4 55 —Frankie Frisch Show 5 00 - Top " 20 ” 5 30—World Nee« 5 4S—Spotlight on Sparlo 6 00—Town Talk • 00 Headline edition « )»~ Psce* of Me.t-iy • 10 —Our Town On too Air 8 45 E.mer Davie 7 o*~ Benstor Rich&rri Mixoa 7 : 3 k—Hearv J. Tavlor t. 45—011 IT) iite* w ee* I OO—Oovernor Robert F Kennod • IS—army Reserve Forum • 30- Frsok and Jarknm » 00—John Daly, News • Ift—Dream Harbor • 20—Tsme I or Defense 10 00— Tomorrow Morr.Jig Headlines 10 15—Sports Report 10 30—Edwin C. Hill 10 IS-Lay man's Csll To Prayer 10 #0—Music In the Ntght 1* IS—New* Fummary 11 04 Mtulc bi the Night 1) co Sine Local MBS MBS MBS MBS Local MBS MBS MBS Lc » MRS M BS MBS MBS Local MRS MBS MBS MBS MBS M BS Local Local Local Local Local ABC ABC Local Loca: Local Local ABC Local Local Local Local ABC Loral ABC ABC ABC 5BC Local Local Local ABC ABC ABC ABC Local , ABC ABC Local Local ABC Local Local La 7:36— Fifth District for Stevenson 7:45 -Adventures in Research 8.op—'Telephone Hour • 36—Band of America 9:C0—Oov. Robert Kt nnon 9 15 —Serenade in Blue 9:30—John Cameron Swayse 9:38—A1 Goodman’s Orch 10:00— Jews 10 05 —Sports Roundup 10:15~Hoagy Carmichael 10 30 —Sr.« You at the Polls 10:38— Surpr.se Serenade 1! 00—News 11 05—Late Date 11:55- News 12:00—Sine Off Local Local NBC NBC Net. Local NBC NBC Local Local Local NBC N3C NBC Local NBC MONDAY, OCTOBER 13 Evening 8:00—News for 15 mln.—cbs Network Silent Hr.-abc-mbs-east Kiddles Hr. (rpt.)—abe-mba-West 8:15—Sporta Broadcast—nbo Discussion Series—cbs * ;45^-Xewscast by Three—nbc JNewa & Comment—cbs 7:00—Nows Commentary—nbc Beulah Sketch—cbs News & Commentary—abc News & Commentary—mbs 7:15—Jack Smith Show—cbs Daiiy Commentary—abc Dinner Date—nibs 7:30—News Broadcast—nbc Club Music—cbs Lone Ranger Drama—abc News Comments—mbs 7:45—One Man's Family—nbo News Broadcast—cbs Evening Newsreel—mbs 8:03—Gordon MacRae Show—nbc Suspense Drama—cbs Henry Taylor Talk—abc Woman of Year—mbs 8:15—News Broadcast—abc 8:30—Barlow Concert—nbc (also TV) Talent Scouts—cbs (also TV) Rex Maupin Music—abc Crime Does Not Pay—mbs 9:00—Voorhees Concert—nbc Radio Theater—cbs Jazz Beat—abc News; Reporters Roundup—mbs 9:30 — Paul Lavalle Band—nbc Frank and Jackspn abc Eugenie Baird Show — mbs 10:00—America's Music—nbc Bob Hawk Quiz—cbs News & Music—abc Comment; Mystery—mbs 10:30—News; Goodman Or.—nbc News; Orchestra—cbs News; Defense Time —abc Orchestra Show—mbs 11:00—News St Variety—all nets TAR GAZER^^ -By CLAY R POLLAN' Your Daily Activity Guide ~~'C~ According to tho Stan. 't To develop message foi Tuesday, read words corresponding )o numbers of your Zodiac birth sign. 1 Others 31 Courtship 2 Be 32 Claims 3 End 33 That 4 Your 34 Sacrifice 5 Refuse 35 Think 6 Affairs 36 Business 7 Splendid 37 Twice 8 Skeptical 38 And 9 To 39 Day 10 For 40 Before 11 Visit 12 an 42 Can 13 Romance 43 Or 14 Of 44 Give 15 Willingness 45 You 16 An 46 Person 17 Fine 47 With 18 III 48 In 19 Which 49 Then 20 For 50 That 21 Tackle 51 Stick 22 Have 52 And 23 Wonderful 53 Yield 24 New 54 Papers 25 Expect 55 Cultural 26 Ahead 56 Promises 27 Been 57 Difficult 28 Extravogant 58 The 29 To 59 You'll 30 Sign 60 Complain LIBRA sm 73 OCT. 23 7-1M3-31/ 52 55-66 ^ 61 Hanging 62 That 63 Hospitol 64 Meet 65 Zest 66 Activities 67 And 68 Will 69 Pet 70 Idea 4 J Assignments 71 Tasks 72 Enthusiasm 73 Or 74 And 75 Criticize 76 To 77 Schedules 78 Fire 79 Your 80 And 81 Obligate 82 Obligations 83 A 84 Push 85 You 86 Program 87 Great 88 Partnership 89 Rewards 90 Affairs 10/14 SCORPIO OCT 24 NOV. 22 35-37-40-45 60-73-75 )Good OH) Adverse ^T) Neutral SAGITTARIUS NOV. 23 DtC. 52 1M6-18-46Ä ' Each bee colony has its own graveyard, located near a stream of water. When a bee knows death is approaching, its duty is to walk to the graveyard, so it doesn’t contaminate the other bees. In England a station wagon is called an “estate car,” CAPRICORN DtC. 23 JAN. 20 17-20-36-57/V ¡71-74-88-90^ AQUARIUS JA N 21 Fit. 19 121-24-41-4719 1 65-67-72 PISCES Fit 20 V MAR 21 ^ 8-14-28, ADDITIONS — REPAIRS "No Down Payment’" Small Monthly Payments Call us or visit our modern saw mill and plant. High grade building material. TERZIA Lumber & Hardware Inc. 33 Years At 1000 Mississippi St. Monroe, La. Phone 3-7795 KWKH KTRY 8 308 49 9:03-- 0 11 Sign On • 17- Nr* j 0 ‘22 -Rise and Shine 7 00—New* t. )5 Eddie Arnold Show 7 IS—Musical Clock 7 30—Dick Hsyeii ! Show 7 4V-Ballad* for Breakfast 0 00- - News 8 10-»poru • :JS—Chapel by the Side of the Road Peraosiality Time -Morning Devotion* >ilou.*ewivea News ill'-- Gospel Comer (■ 4S-News 10 : 00 -- B run r h#oo Rhvthm* 11 00— Old s<-ran Book 1! 15- DinnerbeU Jamboree I* W—Vour John Deere Farm Reporter 12 la—Newt 12 30 DiHaJf Disc 12 45- Meet the Band 1:00—New» 1 OS—KTRY P:atter Party 1 J®—Steamboat Jamboree 2 90—Songs of Our Tune 2 IS—Three Buns 2 30—K,r,ru< ’» Comer 3 00 . *#•** 3 » -Bill Nettles 8t Band 3 30—Hillbilly Kits 4:18—Har!fir. an Parade 6 86- Top Time Time S -J0—New* I JS-kpi Off 3 ! 3 3 ! i ! f I 5 5 I 6 : t I 6 ; ? ! 7 7 8 8 ; « 8 1 9 Si 9 10 10 10 1! II 11 12 12. 1 1 00—Big Sister 15 —M h Perkins :30—Young Dr. Malone :45 —C Smith-Folk Hit :00—Oroovie's Boogie :00 —New»—World Sporta ;IS——Mai.—It Happens 30 — Curt Massey Time ;45-Low'l Thomas, News :00 — Beulah : 15 —Jack Smith Show 30 —Club 15 45 —O eorg« Hardy .00— Suspense .30— Art iur Godfrey's :45—Talent Scouts : 0 o—I ux Ha o Theatre :15 - Five Flnge-s” 30- Pamela Ke' ¡no Si 45—James Mason 00 — Bob Hawk Show ¡30—Arthur Godfrey Show :45—Talk, Giv. Kennon 00 —Van Sickle IS—This I Believe--Sport» 30—Stan's Record Revue 00 —News—-This t Believe. 15— No Name Jive 30—1130 Club 06 —New*. U3I Club 15—1130 Club 00— New s 05—Sine Local (a CBS Security Agency Official Dies In Plunge Off Bridge TAIPEH, Formosa Li) — Dr. James A. Monroe of the U. S, j Mutual Security Agency in Formosa, fell to his death from a bridge yesterday while climbing Mt. Alishan in Central Formosa. Several U. S. authorities left Taipeh today to recover the body. The agency, for which Dr. Monroe was senior program analyst, declined to disclose his hometown or details of his death. SPIDER-WOMAN TRIBUTE The Navajo Indians believe that a “spider woman” taught them the art of weaving and for many years every blanket was woven with a spider-hole in the center as a tribute to her. DRIVE IN Sterlington Jet. Promue«d by ttCrt 0**0«0 • th.uttd by S*MUfl HfWftfLfi by OftVilli MAMrrOtt « A V DP*rt Pictures Pi*«*».«?** CAi/dtf super^keen RAZOR BLADES IOC pkg 0 GUARANTEE: full satisfaction ^ or doubla your money back. 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