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for The State Vol. 33 Issue 11, Nov 1965
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Trans World Radio is the largest religious broadcasting organization in the world. Dr. Paul E. Freed, a Baptist minister, developed the idea of broadcasting religion and education programs to the world in 1954. Today the station broadcasts in twenty-four languages to over one hundred countries. Russia is the primary target, but the Russians have never jammed the programs.
The Grass Roots Opera Company was founded in 1948 by A. J. Fletcher for two purposes: to bring opera to society's most receptive group, children, and to give young opera singers experience. Munger recounts the company's success.
Cleta Bradshaw of Hudson discusses the process of turning dried apples into dolls.