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Today's Roundup
Bv MALCOLM EPLEY
AN Interesting project in local government
change i being undertaken in Siskiyou
county, where an elected board of freeholders
has Just completed tno araii
of a charter for the county's
government. The charter will
be presented to the people
ot the county for ratification
or rejection at an election to
be held later in the year.
This offers an unusual situ
ation because Siskiyou is a
mountain county, with widely
scattered settlements separated
bv definite geographic bar-
II riers. That the folks of that
J county have gotten together
EPLEY to the point mat mey i
worked out a revision of their county govern
ment for a vote, is indicative of their prpgres
size attitude toward public affairs. There s
nothing hill-billy about Siskiyou county spirit.
One frequently sees a city undertake a re
vision of its government form, and that is
understandable because the population is con
centrated and people living in close Proximity
are aware of their mutual problems and get
together to do something about them. But
Siskiyou offers an entirely different picture,
and what happens to its consideration of a
county government change becomes a matter ot
exceptional interest.
Revisions
UNDER California law, a county may adopt a
charter form of government, as is generally
done only by cities in Oregon. The process
begins with a petition to the board of super
visors, and a. qualified petition makes it neces
sary to call an election of the freeholders to
draft the charter. Those are the steps that
have been taken so far, and at Weed Thursday
night we were privileged to be present at the
signing of the charter.
Scanning a copy of the charter, we find the
freeholders went aboul their Job with boldness,
on the theory that if there is to;be a charter
form of government, it should offer something
different in line with modern thinking on local
government. They have proposed, for instance,
the establishment of a county manager s office,
the manager to be responsible to the board of
supervisors and generally to administer the
business affairs of the county.
This is an answer to the frequently-heard
criticism of county government that it usually
consists of a group of autonomous elective of
ficers, each without responsibility to the other,
who often work at loggerheads or at least not
according to a generally adopted program.
- The Siskiyou charter provides for a board
of supervisors elected from districts, as at pres
ent, but requires that the county be districted
on the basis of population with consideration
given to geography, cohesiveness, community
interests. There is provision for district changes
as population fluctuates.
Worth Watching
WE will not go further Into the detail of
the charter, which is to be published
In full as a legal notice in Siskiyou papers. Not
living in Siskiyou, we refrain of course from
expressing our own opinion on the merits of
the charter as compared with the present gov
eminent set-up. But it does appear to ui that
the freeholders have given Siskiyou people a
definite choice, and the issues can be brought
clearly in focus.
We think it would be well to watch the
experience of Siskiyou people, especially if
they do undertake the new form of government,
and to note whether it points the way to re
visions in the governments of other counties.
News Behind The News
By PAUL' MALLON
READERS of this column mindful of Amer
ica's deep Interest in Palestine are asking
whether the Holy Land fits into the Jig-saw
puzzle created in the eastern Mediterranean
by Uncle Sam's new policy of stymying com
munist aggression.
Certainly Palestine is a highly important part
of the picture as a whole though the bolshe
vist shadow doesn't strike across it so heavily
as in the case of Turkey and Greece which, In
a manner of speaking, are sitting right under
the Muscovite guns. Strategically Palestine U
one of the bastions of that theater, and while
this long has been Britain's zone of Influence,
it also is of vital interest to America for num
erous reasons.
Palestine Bridge
IUST as Turkey is the land bridge between
J Europe and Asia, so neighboring Palestine
is the bridge between Asia and Africa. It is
a center of increasingly important communica
tions, especially by air, and it is a gateway
to great fields of oil Militarily its security
is closely related to that of Turkey, me Dardan
elles and Greece, if we consider that security
from the standpoint of a communist flood from
the European continent to the north.
Uncle Sam's interest in the Holy Land
reaches much further than that, however. I
suppose we can say that our interest began
with the landing of the first colonists in
America. They brought ashore with them an
imperishable reverence for the home of the
three great religions Christianity, Judaism and
Mohammedanism. That reverence has grown
as our population has increased, though there
are elements notably communism which aim
to destroy religion.
I don't mean to overemphasize this aspect of
the situation,' but do believe that most Ameri
cans would go far to protect and preserve the
Holy Land.
Then of course the United States is most
anxious to see an early establishment of a Jew
ish national home in Palestine, to carry out
the promise made by Britain back in 1917.
That's thirty years ago a long time to wait,
especially when a multitude of Jewish folk
in Europe are without a place to call home.
Wheat Hits
Hew Peak
CHICAGO. Mrch 15 1AP1 Wheal ad
vanced to the beat level since 1917 and
corn to a peak aince 1920 In heavy
buying on the board ot trade.
MlUa were reported food boyera of
wheat while corn wa taken by cash
Interest!. Most of the strength in wheat
waa concentrated in old crop months.
Oats failed to display marked strength.
In advancing above S1.73 March corn
rose above the peak established In July
last year shortly after OPA ceilings
were removed. Com reached S1.97V. in
IBM.
Last minute selling, wiucn w
pronounced In wheat, reduced extreme
gains and In some cases substituted
it
ujKm Klnurf Oii Inwer to 2lti hiCher.
March S3 66'.. March reached S2.89-1.
during the trading. Corn finished
2. higher. March S1.73-1.74. Top for
March corn was SL74. Oats closed 54
lower to higher. March 97.
There are no restrictions as to
residence, travel or occupation
for World War II veterans who
hold national service life insurance.
Model Plane Club
To Hold Contest
The Klamath Model Airplane
club will present a control line
contest in Recreation park at
Mills addition Sunday.
Weather permitting, the con-'
test will get under way at 10
a.m. and last until mid-afternoon.
Several model planes wil com
pete for cash awards which will
be given the winners. The public
is invited.
Probate Of Evans
Will Filed Friday
A probate of the will of Mil
ton Percy Evans, pioneer Klam
ath Falls merchant who died re
cently at a hospital in Ashland,
was filed in the county clerk's
office Friday.
The entire estate, of which an
estimate has not yet been made,
was left to his wife, Jennie.
Colorado has 4426 miles of
railroad.
Klamath Gets
New Rail Deal
The Klamath basin rates bu
reau has just received notice
from the railroads that a pool or
package car service from the
east has been established to
Klamath Falls.
This will improve less-than-
carload service greatly from all
eastern points to Klamath Falls.
To secure this service the lest-than-carload
shipments must be
routed via Union Pacific-Southern
Pacific.
On most shipments fiom the
east this will result in a four
to five day faster service and
also result in receivers of less
carload freight receiving the
benefits of rail less car load com
modity rates. This is a matter
that the rates bureau-has been
negotiating with the railroads
lor the past year.
RADIO PROGRAMS
SATURDAY EVE
KFLW 1450 kc.
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41:15 Hometown Newi
vTsrli News Sammarr
3 Klamath Theatre Guide
:4S Hullo ef Manhattan
7:M Fa mom Jury Trial ABC
7:.ta Deal in Crime ABC
IM Piano Playhouse ABC.
M:3 American Let-Ion
11:43 KL'HS, Eugene Conf.
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10:43 Freddie Martin Orch. ABC
11:00 Kifht News Sammarr
11:03 Sign Oft
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MARCH 15
KFJI 1240 kc.
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Quiz Show
Bennlon MBS
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Bed Ryder
Crime Club MBS
Shoot the Works
Glen Hardy News MBS
Dance Music MBS
Hunt jf Fish's Club MBS
Pittsb'c BandAward MBS
Let's Dance
Clev. Symph'y Orch. MBS
SUNDAY A. M., MARCH 16
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Message of Israel ABC
The Southernalres ABO
Fine Arts Quartet ABC
Ilour or Faith ABC
Calvary Echoes -Bible
Auditorium of Air
Sunday Strings ABC
Baymend Swlnr ABC
Johnny Thompson ABC
Melodies to Remember ABC
Sammy Kaye Orch.
Fact and Fiction ARC
Presbyterian Church'
Organ Moods
Harry James Orch
Sunday Mornlnc Concert
Pilgrim Hour MBS
Lutheran Hour MBS
Glen Hardys News MBS
Commander Scott MBS
Dave Rose Orch.
Island Melodies
Crime-Warden Lawes MBS
Fashion Flashes
Nat Brandwynne
Canary Pet Show MBS
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SUNDAY P. M.,
Warriora of Peace ABC
Alex Joseffer ABC
America' Future ABC.
Are These Our Children
This Week Around World
Darta for Dough ABC
Counterspy ABC
Mystery In the Mak'g ABh
Greatest Story Ever Told
Drew Pearson ABC
Mon. Morn. Headlines ABC
Hollywood Musle Hall ABC
Detroit Symphony ABC
News ABC
Hometown News
World News Summary
Klamath Theatre Guide
MARCH 16
News
Matinee
Crimes of Carelessness MBS
House or Mystery MBS
True Detcc. Mvster.es MBS
The Shadow MBS
ituick as a Flash MBS
Those Websters MBS
Nick Carter MBS
Robert Hilliard Cone .
Reviewing Stand
Moscow Conference MBS
Quiz Show
News Headline
Special Investigator MBS
Music in Morgan Manner
Exploring Unknown MBS
Double or Nothing MBS
' SUNDAY P. M.
i:4B Muslo of Manhattan
im Theatre Guild ABC
I.St "
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St IS
amo The Green Hornet ABC
1:43
0:0 Hugo Carlson ABC
HI3 Report to the Peoplo ABC
Silt Lai rb ton Noble Orch. ABC
11:4ft
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10 iHO Freddy Martin Orch. ABC
KFLW 1450 kc.
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MARCH 16
Gabriel Healter Show MRS
Leave It to the Girls MBS
Leo Er dotty
Latin Amer. Muslr
Jergens Journal MBS
Shlela Graham MBS
Glen Hardy News MBS
Rex Miller, Newt MBS
CM.m Theatre ft Air MBS
Old Fashioned Revival
SUNDAY P. M,
KFLW 1450 kc.
11:00 Night News Summary"
II M Sign Off
U:1S
MARCH 16
KFJI 1240 kc.
News and Orraa Meeds
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MONDAY A. M.
' S AM Serenade ,
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Farm Fare
News Bkfst. Edition
Musfo In March Time"
James Abbe Observes ABC
Zeke Manners ABC
The Bkfst. Club ABC
Kenny Baker Show ABC
Bkfst. in Hollywood ABC
Galen Drake ABC
Words A Music
My True Slorr ABC
Miniature Conrert
Stop and Shop
Novailme
Club Time ABC
Ethel and Albert ABC
MARCH 17
Musical Reveille
F. Hemingway, News MB!
Rise and Shine MBS
Newt, Headline
Today's Best Boys
Favorites of Testarday ,
Fashion Flashes
Tips and Tones
Victor H. LlndlahrMBS
Art Baker's Notebook"
Three Suns
Addison Pelletler Shew
Sons or the Pioneers
Glen Hardy. Newt MRS
Jackie Hill Shew MBS
Mischa Brr Orch'.
James Landry Sings
Hawaiian
Smile Time MBS
Queen for Day MBI
MONDAY P. M MARCH 17
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County Agent Speaks
Gem Session
Sammy Kaye Orch."
Tom' y BartleU Show ABC
Cliff Edwards ABC
Merrill Time
What'a Doln' Ladlet ABC
Spotlight on H'wood ABC
Bride and Groom ABC
Ladies Be Seated ABC
1430 Matinee
Reiiuestfully fours
Request fully Voura ABC
Tennessee Jed ABC
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Sky King ABC
Frank Hemingway ABC
Melodious Melodies
News"
Tour Dance Tunes
Farm Front Jj Market
Checkerboard Jamboree
Johnson Family MBfe
Matinee
News
Home Demonstration
Bill Gwynne Show MBS
Rlckya Request
Morn, Bible Hour
Tea Dance
Organ Music
Living With God
Fulton Lewis Jr. MBS
Rex Miller. News MBS
Ersklno Johnson MBS
Buck Rogers MBS
Hop Hkrrlgan MBS
Superman MBS
C epl. Midnight MBS
Tom Mix MBS
MONDAY EVE.. MARCH 17
A:M Sporls Lineup,
o:IA Horn. Town News
tl'ti World News Summsrr
D::la Klam. Theatre Guide
Orl.i Your 'avy Recruiter
7 Kill The Three Suns
1:1.1 Malcolm Kpley
7::i0 Sherlock Holmes ABC
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11:00 Nlcht News Bummsry
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Around Town
Dinner Oanoa
Son, O' Oun,
Millers Even. Claislc
Cisco Kid MBI
Adren. Blcbard Oafla MBS
Organ Keeltal
Monday Canol.
(Ilenn Hardy, Naws MBS
Mol Ventners riot, UBS
Let's Dance
Henry J. Taylor MAS
News Boandaa a Conoart
Muslo As Voa Like It
Vet. Wants ta Know MBS
Denay Bookaer Orob. MBS
Nawa MBS
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SIDE GLANCES
oom. imt tr wa sinvxt. aw. t. u ara. a a T. e. J-'J
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"Tha boi complimented m on that drawing I did on th
fat oouncilman yesterday but I wonder lust what he
rn ant whan h aaid it wa the best thing I had don in a
, long time!"
goyfe's Column
Bahamans Search For Black
Gold Beneath Ocean Floor
By HAL BOYLE
NASSAU. Bahamas. March 15
Wl Black Kold oil pumped
from beneath the Atlantic Iloor
mav yield more wealth than
the million-dollar harvests once
taken from set beds by vanish
ing Bahamian spouse fleets.
In the shallow waters of the
great Bahama bank known to
natives as "the mud" six thou
sand fishermen in 600 schooners
and sloops used to hunt valu
able sponges that for a century
made this British colony a world
export center for the sponge
trade.
Sponges Destroyed
An epidemic fungus disease
destroyed most of the sponge
beds in 1939. however, and all
but wiped out the islands' chief
industry.
STATIC
By KELLY ROBERTS
Erin go Bragh!
Sure, and we may be getting
a little ahead of ourselves, but
ye won't be hearin' from us 'til
the sacred St. Pat's Day is most
over, so 'tis now that we'll , be
awishin' "Good luck to all the
Irfah."
o o a
Unless she comes up with an
other case of laryngitis, Margar
et Truman will make her radio
debut with the Detroit Sym
phony orchestra tomorrow night,
She was scheduled to go on last
week, but a few hours before
the broadcast she lost her voice.
She should take her laryngitis
back to Washington with her
and infect a few congressmen,
a o
The proper question going the
rounds nowadays is what to
serve for St. Patrick's Day, lime
gin or creme de menthc. Both
have that Emerald Ule coloring,
although most true Irishmen
will stick with old usequebagh.
a 4 a
Raymond Massey returns to
the Theatre Guild program to
morrow as the star of Eugene
O'Neill's "Gold." Massey takes
the part of Captain Isaiah Bart
leU, an iron-willed sailing cap
tain, who finds a treasure chest
of gold which eventually leads
to the ruination of his life.
o a a
Charlie McFarlan dug up a lit
tle piece the other day about
Irish name'.; and how they all
mean something. F'rinstance
Kelly means "troublesome."
"O," "Mac" and "Fitz" as the
prefix to a name means "de
scendant" or "son." O'Neill
means "the son of a hero."
Rooney means "mighty." Macar- ;
thy means "friendly." Farley
means '.'sturdy." The wav things j
are around here, McFarlan must '
mean lazy.
TWA Plane Makes
Safe Landing i
NEW YORK, March 15 UP)
The Trans World Airlines said
today that one of its Constella
tion planes had had radio trou
ble en route from Shannon air
port in Eire, but had landed
safely at Gander, Newfound
land. Earlier the London airport
had reported the plane missing.
Cltybellrery Service. Ph. 8417.
Now seven major oil com
panies, including a local sub
sidiary of Standard Oil of New
Jersey, are exploring the sea
bottom in search of oil-bearing
formations. All are operating un
der concessions from the, Ba
hamian government.
Bv use of radar and gravity
meters aboard small vessels the
companies arc studying under
lying rock formations, and wells
will be drilled if reports are
favorable.
The islands lie on the edge of
the continental shelf, largely sur
rounded by water no more than
twenty feet deep, which plunges
abruptly in places to deptns oi
three miles or more.
Oil Looked For
Discovery of oil would come
as a welcome boom to thousands
of natives left idle by the de
struction of the sponge beds,
which even before the appear
ance of the fungus disease had
been alarmingly depleted by
over-harvesting.
"We used to get sponges here
by the tens of thousands, and
now you can't even fill a sack,"
aid H. A. McKinney. who be
lieves the only hope of reviving
the industry is to close the
sponge beds until they have an
opportunity to rejuvenate menv
selves.
"Some native fishermen have
the idea the sponge beds grata
up again overnight like mush
rooms," he said. "But the sponge
is an animal, not a vegetable,
and takes from five to ten years
to reach a commercial size."
Owner himself of a large bed
of cultivated sponges, McKinney
recalled the devastating swift
ness with which the underwater
fungus struck.
"Three days after the disease
hit one cultivated bed 50,000
sponges died in a single night.'
Beds Reopened
The government, which closed
the beds after the 1939 epidemic,
reopened them on a limited scale
this year.
"But only about 144.000 worth
were gathered," said McKinney,
pointing out that formerly the
yearly take had exceeded a mil
lion dollars. He sees no possi
bility of the indistry recouping
unless the natural beds are
closed another ten years and the
government halts widespread
poaching in cultivated beds.
Idle natives, their sponge
fleets now dispersed, hope white
explorers will find a new bonan
za beneath the ravished sponge
beds oil.
Klamathites Pour
Into Eugene For
Final Hoop Tilt
(Continued from Pago Onrl
of a cvowd to root for an uiidor
dog, so NvwbiM'u and Mnrshfleld
took the public's smttlmuntit)
eye in the numl-flnnls, That
might have done the Mni'shfivld
Pirates some good, but Nowberg
fell before the Klamnth scoring
machintr and the Policans took
the limelight.
The team, alung with Coaches
Wayne Scott, Paul McCnll, Joe
Peak and Paul Doller, the rhoer
ing squad and a gang of KUHS
students are staying at the Eu
gene and the place bears a carnival-convention
air for the time
being.
On the subject of rheur lend
ers and pep squads, 'the Salem
Vlklngtt, Washington Colonials
and Eugene Axemen had the
most active and vociferous In
McArthur court, while the small
whoop delegation from Marsh-
field it Is plain to the eye
has tha prettiest girls. Seven of
these bobby-soxein, with ap
propriate letters on the bucks of
Ihcir sweaters, ttpell out P-l-R-A-T-E
S when they stand up to
lead a cheer.
Negro Red Move
Said Slowing
PORTLAND. Murch 15 (,Pi
Negro conversions to comnni
nism are far less-frequent than
in prewar years. iliuruood
Marshall, special counsel for
the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored Peo
ples, said today.
The New York man said com
munism gained many negro ad-
nerents at one time, and then
the trend halted. "My group
thinks it now has the answer,
he suid. "The- communist lead
ers started talking revolution
and negroes are not a revolu
tionary type of people."
Marshall urged establishment
of state fair employment prac
tices commissions with enforce
ment authority.
OBITUARIES
MOttKRT A. D IM
Robert A. Umu, resident ot Klam
ath rail (ur the peat nine year.
I ! iwt) In Salem, Ur , Thu .
Nlerrh U. I IMT. He wee a native ot
Premise county. Mu. and wai eied
m year 10 muni ha and 1 day at
the tun ot hit death He U survived
by two iltteri, Mr. .P. I Spain of
Grenada. MUi , and Mr. J. M. I'rttch
ard of Lot Crucee. N. M . and a nephaw,
T A. Spain of Hoonevllle. Ml. The
body U at Ward! Klamath runerat
home, and will b forwarded to Boone
vllle. MU., where funeral tervlrva and
Interment will be held under the dl
rei-tlon of lite W. K. McMillan funeral
home.
KftAl.D NtWt, Klamath r.llt, Ore. ATURUAf, Mareh , IMt.
Survey Party
Coming Here
A survey parly from the Den
ver office uf the United Stales
bureau of reclamation was due
in here today, Friday, to conduct
a throe-day survey in connection
with the next Tule luko land
opening, close on tho heels of
the recent opening.
Tho 10.000-acre area in Cop
puck buy section below tho WltA
camp and lying on both sides
of tho highway, will bo the tract
surveyed by the crew. Just when
this opening will lie, was not
known bv USHIt oftlcliils here
but it will be "within tho next
couple of years."
Ton Broeck Wl.liumson. re-
tlomil settlement officer ot tho
Slllt, Sacramento, Calif., left
Friday afternoon fur Sacru
mento, after completing III
work here. Williamson startud
working on the Title hike open
ing In February of 194(1. and has
resided hero since August 19,
1940. Ho said ho would return
occusi6uiilly on business for the
next opening.
May 1 enlist In the navy for
t h e hospital corps training
school? Yetj. Call at the navy
recruiting station for full information.
Wallace Sees
Communiitic Spread
NEW YORK, Mareh 18
Henry A. Wallace, former cab
inet member, predict that tha
policy advocated by President
Truman In his speech to eon
gress Wednesday "will spread
communism in Europe and Asia."
"When President Truman pro
claims the world-wide conflict
between east and west, he is tell
lug the Soviet leaders that we
are preparing for eventual war,"
the editor of New Republic maga
zine an I (I in a radio broadcast
(NI1C) Thursday night.
Fireman's Ball
Slated For Tonight
The Irish will dene tonight,
Saturday, at the annual Fire
men's ball in the Klamath Falls
armorv starting at 9 o'clock.
Proceeds will go to the Fire
men's fund. Pappy Gordon's or
chestra will play.
Ocno (iheller, member of the
fire department, Is chairman of
the St. Patrick's dance.
The Better Book
AND
Bible House
.rarmerlr rellran k tbeppe
lie a, ath Klamath raid. Or,
rer Rellileae A Caere. SweeHee
MART EI.I7.AIII.TII IIOIN
Mary Klluhath Horn, mothar of Mre.
Minnie A Fruinan. 2433 Craat. paeaed
away In thu city Friday. March 14. al
10:30 p. m. following an lllneta of three
months Mr. Horn wai e native of
Cotevlll. Mo . age 03 year, a month.
13 day, havlns rided in thi rlty
with har dauihtar for over aeven yean.
In addition to her daughter ahe la sur
vived by one eon, Charles Morn of
Vale, Ore ; thre grandchildren. Mre,
Elanore Dickinson, llelllngham, We ah ;
Mr. Bernlce IMatt, Ontario. Ore,; Mrs
Grace Ormi, Portland. Ore.; five
great - grandchildren and two great
graat -grandchild ran. The remains are In
tha care of the Carl W hi Hock Funeral
home. Ptne at sth. from where they will
be enl to Vale. Ore., leaving tonight,
accompanied by Mre. rroman and Mrs.
Dickinson.
FOR SALE
Certified
NETTED GEM SEED
Less than 1 disease, no
leaf roll In test plot.
Contact
Karl, Clyde or S. P.
DEHLINGER
Phone 3955, 4947 or 7922
REVIVAL CONTINUES
KLAMATH TEMPLE
Church with the llohttd erots
Nelson-Mosier Evangelistic Party
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lorl and May Moiier, Moble and Mildred.
Each Night Except Monday and Saturday, 7:45 P. M.
Subjects
Sunday .1 liOO "Three Foes."
Sunday. 7:45 "Pulled Out of the Fire."
Tuesday. 7i45 "A Trip to Africa."
(Mabel Nelson has spent time In Liberia.
West Africa, as a missionary, and will a
telling about her experiences while there.)
Wednesday- "Sin, It's Origin, Results, and lUmedy."
Thursdiy "House Furnishings."
((Illustrated message.)
Friday "From the Farm to the Pulpit."
(Life's story Personal testimony.)
SPECIAL FEATURES IN EVERY SERVICE
Com and Bring Your Friends!
Radio Broadcast KFJI, Saturday 7 P. M.
Rev. D. B. Anderson Phone JB74
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Pilgrim Holiness
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Wantland at Division
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Sunday School S:45 A.M.
Worship lltOO A.M.
Evangelistic 7:30 P.M.
Prayer Meeting
Wednesday 7:30 P.M.
Rev. SHERMAN MOORE. ,
Minister
232S Eberleln Phone 3453
For Fellowship And Friendliness
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
North 8th and Washington Streets
"THE CHURCH WITH A MESSAGE"
Cecil C. Brown, Pastor
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Sunday Services
9:45 A. M. Sunday School for All Ages.
Nursery with Trained Nurse in Charge.
11:00 A.M. Morning Worship.
6:15 P. M. Training Union for All Ages.
7:30 P. M. -Evening Worship.
Revival Services Begin March 19th.' Rev. D. C.
Stringer, Albuquerque, New, Mexico, Evangelist
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