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M. City OI,b«.C.»t t ,. Dairy Cattle Congress to Open Monday m adon open run. Waterloo, (/P) ~ The National Dairy Cattle Congress and its allied shows and exhibits here Monday for a 7 day Top attraction Monday will be the interstate 4-H dairy cattle judging contest. Nineteen states are entered, including such distant points as Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maryland and Wyoming. Thirty-three states will have representatives in a similar contest for F.F.A. members Wednesday and Thursday. Both dairy animals and dairy products will be judged in the F.F.A.. event. Prior to the national contests, Iowa 4-H and F.F.A. members will conduct their elimination contests. The winning teams will represent the state in the national events.- lowa 4-H dairy demonstrations will be held Monday and Tuesday. Top youth demonstrations from Iowa, Indiana, Nebraska Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, North Dakota and South Dakota will be presented Thursday afternoon. ADVENTIST Seventh Day—1410 S. Delaware. Fred Schultz, pastor. Dr. L. A. Bascom, elder. Services each Saturday. Sabbath school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11. Radio program: "Prophecy in Newa," Sunday, 0:15, WHO. ASSEMBLY OF GOO Assembly Church—1015 Delaware N. E. Louis I,. Roggbw, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a, m. Rally day exercises, Nirnrod Anderson, superintendent. Children's church. 11:15 a. m. worship hour. 11:13. Christ Ambassadors, C:45 p. m. Evangelistic service 8 p. m.; Tuesday, Ladies' Missionary prayer band, 1 p. m. Tuesday, Men's Brotherhood prayer meeting, 8 p. m. Wednesday midweek 8 p. m. BAPTIST Firs!—9:30 a. m., Sunday school. Mrs. L. L. McGee, superintendent. 10:45 a. m., worship. The Rev. Gale Patterson, Boone, guest speaker. Choir will sing, "God So Loved the World," by Stainer. Bruce Chilson, choirmaster; Jerry Bailey, organist. 7:45 p. m., Baptist Home Builders. St. John's—Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11. Baptism service, 3 p. m. The Rev. B. P. Parker in charge. B. T. U. 6:30 p. m. Evening worship, 8. Communion following morning service. The Rev. E. Holt, Duluth, Minn. CATHOLIC St. Joseph's—Sunday masses at 6:30, 8, 9 and 10:30> The Very Rev. Patrick F. Malone, pastor; Father Alvin Hearing, assistant. Holy Family—Second St. N. \V. Sunday masses at 7, 8, 8, 10 and 11. The Very Rev. Msgr. A. J. Breen, the Rev. Vincent C. Merfeld and the Rev.. John T. Reed. CHRISTIAN First—Adams at 4th N. W, R. L. Williams, minister. Helen Holbrook Dunn, organist; Prudence Clerk, choir director. a. m. Rally day in the 10:30, worship and com- KSMN 1000 WATTS 1010 DIAL Your First Choice In Daytime Listening Pleasure From 6:15a.m. to 5:30p.m. T1:00 A. M., Sunday IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH FOREST CITY Sunday, 9:30 Bible school. munion service. World-Wide communion Sunday. Message: "That They AH May Be One" by the Rev. R. L. Williams. Message in song. "O Come to My Heart, Lord Jesus" to be sung by the choir. 5 p. m., CHI RHO Fellowship and CYF. CHI RHO leader to be Bonnie Buck. Carol Halsor and Elaine Faulk will be the CYF leaders. Monday, 7:30 p. m., Laymen's league. Thursday, 6:20 p. m., Church night Fel- room east wing o£ church. Weak days, 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. CONGUEOATIONAfc First—Corner of Delaware and First N. E. Roy C. Hclfonstein, pastor. Mrs. James E. Stinehart, organist. Mrs. B. Raymond Weston, choir director. .World Wide communion Sunday. Church school at 0:30 n. m. Public worship service at 10:45 a. m. Sermon by pastor: "In Remembrance." Special music by choir. Organ numbers: "Cantabilo," Lciruiigre; "Slow Movement From Symphony," Raff; "Prelude," Chopin; "Finule," Shcppard. Pilgrim fellowship meets at 0:15 in the youth chapel. Bob Richards, president, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, counselors. COVENANT First—1050 Maple Drive. Roy E. Olson, pastor. 10 a. m., church Bible school. This marks the first day of our participation in Covenant Bible school rally month. 11 n. m. morning worship service. Special music: "My Anchor Holds" and "I/e;ul Me, Savior."" Message by the pastor, "The Christian's Victory." The Lord's Supper will be celebrated. 7:30 p. m., evening evangelistic. Special music by the young people. Pastor's message: "The Hungry Shall Be Filled." Tuesday, G:30 p. m. Junior league Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Gospel Crusade to continue on Friday evening and both services on Sunday, Oct. 9. The speaker will be the Rev. John C. Bengtson, Albert City, and chairman of the Iowa Covenant conference. EPISCOPAL St. John's—First N. E. and Pennsylvania. The Rev. Arthur E. PrHchett. rector. 8 a. m., Holy communion. 0:30. church school. 11, The Holy communion and sermon, "Lead Us Not Into Temptation." 11, nursery school. Organ prelude, "Romanza," Moznrt. "A Song in the Night," Sheppard. Postlude, "Postlude," Tours. EVANGELICAL Grace—Corner 14th N. W. and Adams. F. W. Wendland,, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Worship service, 11. Anthem by choir. Sermon by the Rev. W. B. Tarr. The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be observed. Youth Fellowship, 7 p. m. GREEK ORTHODOX Transfiguration—1401 Washington N. W. Father Ambrose G. Glannoukos. Vespers lowship dinner. Dr. Sterling Brown, guest speaker. Dr. Brown is vice president of the National Conference o£ Christians and Jews. CHURCU OF CHRIST New Testament Church—Y. W. C. A. (Decker room)—Burdett Wakcman, minister. 9:45, Bible school. 10:45, morning worship and communion. Sermon: "For Me and My House, We Will Serve the Lord." 7:30 evangelistic service. Wednesday, 7:30, Bible study and prayer meeting. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST First—Washington at 3rd N. W. Sunday service, 11, Subject: "Unreality." Sunday school 11, for pupils Ainder 20. Wednesday evening meeting, 8. Reading Wesley Methodist Church 10:45 Dr. Peterson Preaches: "SOME DAY . . . ." Chorus Choir: "Bread Of The World," Jones and confessions every Saturday evening at 7. Sunday Matins, 9:30. Solemn High Mass, 10:45. Holy days of Obligation Mass at 9:30 a. m. Catechism school, lower grades, Wednesday, 3:30 to 5:30; upper grades, Thursday, 4:50 to 5:30. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Kingdom Hall—1617 South Federal. Sunday, Watchtower study, 7 p. m. Subject, The Israel of God." Thursday, service meeting, 7:30 p. m. Theocratic ministry, 8:45 p. m. LUTHERAN Bethlehem—Between 4th and 5th on Delaware N. E. At 8:30 u. m. Sunday school. Congregation observes annual mis- ALL on KGLO Sunday Family Hour Of 5:00 P. M. Hollywood favorite Irene Dunne in"Love Affair" J . jr . J ~ J -^ jr ^-^_r_ rT - r-g-J-r-r- J- -r-.-r-r ^ J-X /-. 5:30 P. M. sion festival. At 9:30 a. m. the first service. Junior choir: "Jesus, Shepherd of the Sheep." At 10 a. m. the service goes on the air over KICM: "Bringing Christ to the Community." At 10:30 a. m. trie 2nd ser.vice, Senior choir: "Dear Christians, One and All Rejoice." The Rev. A. F. Lindner of Hampton will be the guest speaker In both services. At 2:30 p. m. another service will be held with the Rev. George Kupke of Garner as the guest sponlcer. Senior choir sings: "Beautiful Savior." Junior choir: "Abide With Me." At 11:30 a. m. and 3 p. m. the International Lutheran Hour: "Bringing Christ to the Nations."—C. A. Hinz, pastor. Central—329 East State. M. O. Lee. pastor. 0:45. Sunday school. 11, chief service, .sermon. "How Should We Come to Holy Communion?" 12:01, special con- Mi optional meeting. 4 p. m,, Parent Touchers meuting. Monday, B p. in. Brotherhood mecls nt the Hardware Mutual building. Immanucl—(Augusinna Synod) —Fifth nncl S. Jci't'oy. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Promotion day. Divine worship. 10:30 a. m. Sermon by seminary student, Au- Kuslann Theological seminary, Rock 1s- laiul, III. Luther league at the church, 7 p. m. Topic: "Unknown Soldiers." SI. Jamos—Sixth S. E. nncl Massachusetts. Eric A. Bledermann, pastor. Sunday worship, 8:30. The pastor will deliver the sermon. Sunday .school. 0:45. 11, Slnwkeye L. L. federation rally service. Prof. William Hulme of Wartburg college, Waverly, speaker. Federation sessions beginning at 1 p. m. Banquet, 6 p. in. Tuesday, adult membership class. Trinity—Sunday school, Calvary chapel, 1G15 N. Deiasvare, 0 a. m. Sunday school. Trinity church, SOB S. Venn., 'J:1S a. m., KGLO sermon broadcast, 10:15 a. m. Morning worship, Palace theater, 11 a. m. Holy communion, Trinity church, 12:15 p. in. Junior league, li p. in. Senior league, 7:30 p. m.—Alvin N. Rogness, pastor. METHODIST First—Lloyd A. Gustafson, D. O.. minister; Gcoi-ge A. Shells, associate. 0:30, clun-ch school. 10:43, Holy Communion (world-wide communion). Anthem: "Springs in the Desert," Jennings, quartet; solo, "The Lord's Prayer," Mnlotte, Mr. Nisaen. Mrs. Dodge will play: "Pil- yrims' Chorus," Wagner; "Reverie." Gillock; "O Perfect Love," Barnaby, and "Heavenward March," Vllgre. 5, Senior MYF. 7, Holy communion. Free—146 Sixth S. W. E. L. Bailey, pastor. The Light and Life Hour on WMT every Sunday morning at U:15 to 0:45. Sunday school begins at 9:45. There will be a children's rally day program at 10:30, Including the promotion of the children Into their new classes. Lester Bailey, superintendent. Morning worship service at 11. "The Fullness of Time." Evening services, Y. P. M. S. will meet at 7. Adult class nt 7:30. Evening service at B. Midweek: Tuesday, young people will meet at the parsonage at 8. Church prayer meeting at 8 p. m. on Thursday. Union Memorial—CIO Fourth N. E. Jordan Ray, pastor. Church school at 9:45 a. m. Morning worship at 11. Attention will be given to World Wide communion observance. Wesley—Pennsylvania at 14th S. E. Paul Arnold Peterson. D. D., minister. 9:30 a. m., Sunday school, Senior M. Y. F. 10:45 a. m., worship. World Wide communion Sunday. Doctor Peterson preaches: "Some Day . . ." Anthem: "Bread of the World," Jones'. Mrs. Carlson, organist, "God Is a Spirit," Bennett, and '•Postlude," Hinck. OPEN BIBLE First Church of Iho Open Bible—1702 Carolina S. E. Sunday school. 3:45 u. m. Morning worship, 11. Theme, "According to Your Faith." message by Evangelist Mnlwin. Young People's service, 7 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. "What Has Happened to Revivals," message by the Beckwith Tries to Wreck Car He Rides In Grundy Center, (/P) — Sheriff John Meyer of Grundy county said Friday that Edward J. "Buddy" Beckwith, who is charged with murder, Friday attempted to wreck the car in which he was being transferred to Waterloo to await trial. Meyer said Beckwith, charged with the mutilation slaying of Mrs. Harvey Stahlhut, 22, at Morrison, Iowa, last June 23, grabbed the wheel of the car and attempted to swerve the auto into the path of an oncoming car. Wesley Freed, Grundy ( county court clerk, who was driving, was able to pull the cor back to their lane, the sheriff said. Beckwith was handcuffed at the time of the incident. The other car pulled out of their way or there would have been a collision, he related. Both cars were going about 60 miles an hour. "I noticed when we started out that Beckwith was not in the best mood," the rheriff explained. "After he had attempted to cause the collision I said 'Why did you do that buddy, don't you like me? 1 " the sheriff continued. "He replied, 'It isn't that, John, but $1.40 Corn Support Rate Is Indicated Washington, (fF) —A government price support rate averaging $1.40 a bushel nationally for 1949-crop corn was indicated Friday by an agriculture department report on farm parity prices. Such an average would compare with $1.44 on 1948 corn. National average support rates of $15.34 a 100 pounds for hogs for the next 6 months were indicated. This compares with $16.11 for the 6 months period ending Friday. Hog prices have been above support level since early 1945. Officials have predicted, however, that market prices later this year may drop below support guaranties. Ship Held by Chinese Calls for Assistance Shanghai, (/P)—One of 3 Arneri- Man Freed on Larceny Count Charles City — A trial jury in district court brought in a verdict of not guilty in the case of the state against Donald Bokonich, Wavcrly photographer, on a charge of grand larceny at midnight Thursday. The case grew out of the disappearance of a billfold containing $55 belonging to Mrs. Ed Bluhm Feb. 2 in the studio of Bokonich at a local hotel. Mrs. Bluhm, who had been looking at proofs of pictures of her daughter, says she left the billfold at the studio when she went home. Bokonich denied finding the billfold. He testified that he saw a reddish brown billfold in the studio when he left the place at 6:45 p. m. that day and he asked Mrs. John Paine-, who was in the office, if it was hers. Mrs. Paine said it wasn't. Bokonich said the billfold contained $10 and 5 or 6 pictures. He testified that as-he left the hotel he gave it to a young woman who asked for it and described its contents. He said he was unable to find this woman since. can ships held at the Yangtze river TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship 11 a. m. Palace Theatre The Rev. Alvin N. Rogness Pastor A Cordial Invitation to All RADIO BROADCAST KGLO — 10:15 A. BL * Eve Arden Eve is a ivarm-hearted schoolmarm— everybody's "Our Miss Broolcs." lo o OooQo o©o o€3oo© ooQo oOo crt Norwegian Evangelist. Revivals continue every night except Monday and Saturday at 8 p. m. For this Sunday only— broadcast nt 12:45 p. m., KICM. Pastor, the Rev. Elbert Dougherty. PRESBYTERIAN First—Washington at SUi N. W. Wilbur Frank Clerking, minister. World wide Communion observance at 11. Communion meditation, "Aii Alphabet of Prayer." The Westminster choir, under the direction of Thomas Mitchell, will sing "Send Out Thy Light" by Gounod. Mrs. Grace Ehlers will play "Cathedral Music" by Waring, "Autumn" by Chaminade, "Can- tllene" by Faulkes, and "Marche Tri- omphale" by Wachs. Church school at 10 for junior department, and for junior and senior high classes and adults; at 11 for nursery, beginners and primary departments. Session mets at 10:30 at the parish house. Westminster Fellowship at 7 p. in. Mariners club at B at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward \Vooldridge. INTERDENOMINATIONAL Radio Chape!—Carl J. Sentman, pastor. Sunday, 9 a. m. Bible broadcast, KGLO; 10 a. in. Bible school; 11 n. in, Pastor Sentman speaks at morning worship on "How Are the Dead Raised?;" 7 p. m. Meetings for Livewires, teenagers and young people; 8 p. m. Pastor Sentman speaks on "The Sevenfold Proof of Christ's Deity" at evening evangelistic service; Monday, 7:30, teenagers meet at Sentman home for Bible study; Tuesday. 8 p. m., older young people and young married couples meet at Sentman homo for Bible study; Thursday, 8 p. m., prayer meeting ami Bible study at chapel; Friday, 8 p. m.. board of directors meeting at chapel. Daily Bible broadcast, 9:30 n. m.. KGLO. agesjll.T I don't want to go to Waterloo.' " Yugoslav Note Hits Soviet for Breaking Pact Belgrade, Yugoslavia, (U.R)— Marshal Tito warned Russia Saturday she must assume responsibility for "the consequences" which may result from breaking her treaty • of friendship with Yugoslavia and from "the demonstrative movement of soviet troops" on Yugoslavia's borders. In an official note handed to the soviet charge d'affaires here at 11 a. m., Yugoslavia accused Russia of applying "aggressive pressure" on her, of endangering world peace and of violating the the mouth of by a Chinese nationalist destroyer Saturday made a new appeal for United States assistance. Capt. Henry Scurr of the Isbrandtsen line's Flying Independent said the Chinese warship had refused his request to move to safer water in the face of worsening weather. Scurr radioed the line's Shan- hai agents that he feared for the Flying Independent's safety in her present position. The ship was forced to 'anchor in the Yangtze entrance buoy area which shipping men consider unsafe in rough weather at low tide. 2 Men Are Killed in Tennessee Air Crash Chattanooga, Term.,- (ff>) — Five men parachuted from a flaming navy bomber just before it crashed into a residential section here late.Friday. Police said one was killed when his parachute failed to open and another died in the wreckage. The control tower at Lovell field said the plane was a twin-' engine bomber. The plane called into the tower to report it was burning. The pilot asked for land. ing instructions but the plane j crashed moments later. Senate Gives Okay to Pair of Pay Bills Washington, (U.R/ — The senate, in a pay raising mood, has voted to boost the salaries o£ more than 1,300,000 federal employes. It approved 2 pay bills Friday, one to give about 480,000 postal workers $100-a-year hikes, and the other to grant 885,000 classified civil service workers an average increase of $160 annually. The 2 measures, passed by voice vote, would cost taxpayers about $210,000,000 each year. They now go back to the house which approved bills that would cost some $283,000,000 a year. Friday's pay bills were the 3rd and 4th salary increases voted by the senate this week. Earlier the chamber approved a $302,000,000 bill to increase the pay for members of the armed services and a measure to raise the pay of top government executives—including cabinet members—which would cost $750,000,0000 a year. The senate also • passed a bill Friday to boost benefits paid—to federal employes injured on the job and to provide extra payments for families of employes killed on duty. This would cost the government $7,000,000 a year, plus $8,000,000 for retroactive payments. On the Radio Beam SATURDAY NIGHT NETWORK HIGHLIGHTS ABC—7:00 Buss Adlam's Playhouse: 1:30 __ , Two Billion Strong; 8:00 Tommy * Dorsey Treasury Show; 8:30 Mu- j~u slcal Etchings Show; 0:00 National L Barn Dance; 0:30 Dance Orchestra. CBS—C:3B Camel Caravan; 7:00 Gens SUNDAY 6:00 P. M. Jack Benny America's foremost comic returns with all the gang. "1 .. > * 6:30 P. M. Amos'n'Andy Radio's irresistibles—and they're back with their entire company. For 36 consecutive miles, the Great Smoky mountains in North Carolina are over 5,000 feet high. 7:00 P. M. Edgar Bergen Edgar and Charlie McCarthy- Mortimer Snerd, too! Listen to the latest of sport- gossip . . . get the low-down on the Clear Lake Lions by their coach, Vic Weber. Late baseball scores. 7:30 P. M. Red Skelton The inimitable antics o/j Radio's sensational clown. 8:00 P. M. Meet Corliss Archer 'Janet Waldo stars as America's favorite teen-ager. 8:30 P. M. Horace Heidt "TJie Original Youth Opportunity Program 1 ' ivith songs and music. REVIVAL CONTINUES CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE 1702 Carolina Ave. S. E. with REV. L. MALMIN Norwegian Evangelist EVERY NIGHT, except Monday and Saturday, at 8:00 p. m. DYNAMIC PREACHING 9:00 P. M. S Contented Music the way nivUl you like it ivith Buddy Clark singing host. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND First Church of Christ, Scientist Washington Avenue and Third Street N. W. Lesson-Sermon Subject for October 2 "UNREALITY" Sunday Morning Service ... 11 A. M, Sunday School for Pupils Under 20 Years of Age ... 11 A. M. Wednesday Testimonial Meeting ... 8 P. M. Nursery for smalJ children open during Sunday morning service. Reading room in east wing of church building open daily. 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. (except Sunday) United Nations charter. Earlier this week Tito in a speech at a Serbian village charged that Russian troops were digging trenches in Romania and Hungary and said the Soviets were •sabre rattling." Tito is in direct charge of Yugoslavia's diplomatic affairs in his capacity of acting foreign minister during the absence of Foreign Minister Eduard Kardclj, who is at the United Nations general assembly in New York. The Yugoslav note was 2,000 words long. It was an answer to the brief note that Deputy Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko handed to the Yugoslav ambassador in Moscow Wednesday renouncing the soviet-Yugoslav treaty of friendship and 20-year military alliance. • , Since then both Hungary and Poland have broken off their treaties with Yugoslavia and 3 other cominform c o u n t r i e s— Czechoslovakia, Romania and Bulgaria—are expected to follow. The note referred 5 times to the "non-peace loving" actions of Russia. It said the "peace-loving policy of the soviet government remains empty words." Order New Army Racial Policy Washington, (U.R)—Army Secretary Gordon Gray Saturday ordered army commanders to give Negro troops equality of treatment and opportunity. The new army racial policy will not abolish segregation, as the navy has done. Segregation will be continued at the company level, but white and Negro companies will serve side by side m battalions. Defense Secretary Louis Johnson approved the army's policy after rejecting 2 previous ones submitted by Gray. Earlier, Johnson had approved new navy and air force racial programs. The air force and the navy both pledged equality of treatment and opportunity. But the air force did not eliminate segregation. Hold Funeral Saturday for Aged North lowan Charles City —Funeral services were held Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Hauser funeral home for Mrs. Elizabeth Keidel, 81, mother of Amiel Keidel, 105 Blunt street, who died at her son's home at 4:30 p. m. Thursday after an illness of over a year. Burial in Evergreen cemetery at Rudd. Mrs. Keidel lived for 17 years in the Rudd community, then in West St. Charles township for 37 years. A year ago she moved to Charles City with her son. She was a member of the Central Methodist church. Christoph Keidel, her husband, died in 1925. Surviving arc 2 sons, Amiel Keidel, Charles City, and Wilbur Keidel, of Clinton. One daughter and one son preceded her in death. One granddaughter also survives. Iowa Falls Girl Is Library Queen DCS Moines, (U.R)—The library | profession made its bid for glamour Saturday as Lucile Miller, Iowa Falls, reigned as queen of the Iowa Library association at the group's annual convention. Miss Miller was chosen as the first queen of the association at the opening session Friday. Other contestants, serving as the queen's attendants, were Jeanne Baker Digman, Des Moines; Mrs. Lawrence Herbert, Waterloo, and Mary Rasmussen, Webster City. KICM Daily Schedule For KGIO + KGLO-FM ne-r ,". IG ON yOUR'DlAL 149O BASEBALL TOMORROW 1:30 P.M. Saturday P.M. 4:10 Your Home Town 4:30 Carnival of Song 5:00 Nick Stuart's Orchestra 5:30 Bands for Bonds r.:(i> Sports HI Lites 6:00 Hawaii Calls 6:30 Quick as a Flash 6:35 John B. Kennedy, News 1:00 Twenty Questions 7:30 Take a Number 8:01) Meet Your Match 8:30 Lombardoland, U. S. A. 9:00 Chicago Theater of the Air lft:(IO News 10:15 "1490" "lub 10:55 News 11:00 "14DO" Club 11:55 News li:00 Sign Off Sunday A.M. 8:00 Wings Over Jordan 8:30 Dixie Four, Quartet 8:45 Healing Ministry o£ Christian, Science 0:00 Sunday Strings !):45 News 10:00 Bethlehem Lutheran Church 10:30 Melody Merry-Go-Round 11:00 College Choir 11:30 Lutheran Hour Sunday P.M. KGLO 1300 Kc ...for the best in Radio, every day RADIO CHAPEL 112 N. Penn. — Sunday Services — 9:00 Bible Broadcast, KGLO 10:00 Bible School 11:00 "HOW ARE THE DEAD RAISED?" 7:00 Youth Meetings 8:00 "THE SEVENFOLD PROOF OF CHRIST'S DEITY" Cqrl J. Sentman, Pastor Last Plane Flies on Airlift Route Berlin, (U.R)—The last American plane of the Berlin airlift landed at Templehof airdrome here Friday night, marking the end ot the greatest peacetime operation in aviation history. The C-54 skymaster delivered a token cargo oC 5,005 pounds of coal to bring the total weight of supplies delivered lo Berlin in 462 days of airlift operation lo 2,343,301.5 tons. Mayor Ernest Renter of western Berlin greeted the crew members and expressed his gratitude. 12:00 News 12:l. r > Echoes ot the Gay OO's 12:30 V. F. W. Speaks 12:45 Open Bible Church 1:00 Mutual Chamber Music Ensemble 1:30 Major League Baseball :i:00 House ot Mystery 3:30 Martin Kane, Private Eye 4:00 The Shadow 4:30 True Detective Mystery 5:00 Roy Rogers 5:30 Nick Carter C:00 Sports News 6:15 News 6:30 The Saint 6:55 Johnny Desmond 7:00 Alexander's Mediation Board "7:30 Enchanted Hour R:00 Sylvan Levin Opera Concert 8:30 Shellah Graham fl:00 To be announced 9:30 Flavored With Flute 10:00 News 10:15 Dance Orche-stra !.0:30 Dance Orchestra 10:55 News 11:00 Griff Williams 11:30 Dance Orchestra 11:55 News 12:00 Sign Off Monday A.M. 6:00 Jerry Smith Show 6:30 Farm Frolic Time <i:IU News 0:45 Farm Frolic Time 7:00 News 7:15 Reveille Rhythms 1:45 Sports Scores 7:50 Reveille Rhythms 8:00 News S:15 Tell Your NelRhbor x:;)l) Your Home Town 11:110 H and B Temperature Quiz 0:35 Mid Morning Melodies 1(1:00 noycr's Jllllboard 10:15 Your Marriage 10:30 Against the Storm 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks 11:15 Church Notes of the Air 11:30 Waltz Time 11:45 Gnbriel Hcaltcr's Mailbag 12:00 News Saturday P.M. 5:00 Parade of Bands 5:15 Boy Scouts 5:25 Safety Tips 5:30 Red Barber Sports Review, CBS 5:45 Time Was fiiOO News, P. O. and E. (Mliuhall) 6:15 Sports Camera fi:ttO Vuug-hn Monroe, Camels, CBS 7:00 Gene Autry, Wrigley Gum, CBS 7:30 Grid Gallop 8:00 Syncopation Time 9:00 Sing It Again, CBS D::ill Sing It Again, Carter's Products, CBS 9:45 Sing It Again, CBS 10:00 News, First National Bank (Kew) 10:15 Something Old—Something New 10:30 Russ Morgan's Orchestra 11:00 News, CBS 11:05 Henry Jerome's Orchestra, CBS 11:30 Ted Black's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 News, CBS Sunday A.M. 7:30 News 7:15 Chariot Wheels 7:30 Sunday School Lesson Preview 8:00 News, CBS 8:15 Chapel In the Sky 8:SO Lutheran Gospel Hour 0:00 Bible Broadcast, Kadio Chapel 9:30 Salt Lake City Chapel Choir, CBS 10-.00 Bing Crosby 10:15 Trinity Lutheran Church program 10:30 Melody Parade 10:45 Guest Star 11:00 Sunday Souvenirs Sunday P.M. 12:00 Music For You, CBS 12:30 Xcws, Milwaukee Road (MInshfcin 12:43 One Man's Opinion, Mason City Globe-Gazette 1:00 The Wilson Hour, Wilson Packing Company 1:30 Errand of Mercy 1:45 Wayne King 3:00 Major League Baseball Game 8:80 Sports Review, Abel & Sou 8:45 News, P. G: & E. (Minshall) 4:00 Music for You, CBS •t:HO Symphoncltc, Longlne - Wlttnauer Watch Co., CBS 5:01) Family Hour of Stars, Prudential Insurance Co.. CBS r>:Si> Our Miss Brooks, Colgate, CBS C:00 Jack Benny. Lucky Strike Clgarets, CBS (J:30 Amos 'N' Andy, Lever Bros., CBS 7:00 Charlie McCarthy, Coca Cola, CBS 7:30 Red Skclton, Proctor & Gamble, CBS 8:00 Corliss Archer, Electric Companies, CBS 8:SO Hpraco Heidi, Philip Morris, CBS 9:01) Contented Hour, Carnation, CBS 9:30 To Be Announced Ifl.'OO News, Vance Music Co. 10:15 Here's to Veterans 10-30 Great Moments In Music 11:00 News. CBS 11:05 Ted Black's Orchestra, CBS 11:30 Nat Brantlwynne's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 News, CBS Monday A.M. G:00 News (5:05 Morning Rouscr (1:30 Farm Reporter, State Brand Creameries, Inc. (Handolph) (1:45 News, Carroll Sales (Kew) 7:00 Rhylhm Roundup. Zenor Motors •J:1S On the Farm, AlHs-Chalmcrs 7:30 News (Hiltonl 7:35 Fun nt Breakfast, Sweetheart Bread 7:40 Sports Scoreboard 7:45 Top of the Morning 8:00 Keep Time Wllh Damon* 8:15 Holsum Headlines, Holsum Bread (Hilton) 8:SO Yesterday's Music, Coo] Spring Cunning Co. 8:15 Bluff Sings, Mason City Globc-Ga- zcttc Autry Show; 7:30 Philip Marlowe;loy 8:01) Gang Busters; 8:30 Tales of (he Fatlma; U:30 Sing U Affaiu. hy, MBS—7:00 Twenty Questions; 7:30 Tak»sly a Number; 8:00 Life Begins at 81); Jed 8:30 Lombardo U. S. A.; 9:00 Chl-/ f ^ eago Theater of the Air. NBC—7:00 Hollywood Star Theater; Truth or Consequences; 8:UO Yo? Hit Parade; 8:30 Dennis Day; !>:(', Judy Canova; 9:30 Grand Opry. Monday P.M. 12:15 I,unchfon I.yrlcs 12:30 Radio Farm Journal 1:00 Queen for n Day 1:1<I) I.lntrn Lmlie* 1:45 Musical Moods 2:00 Knnnwrtn Melodies 2:lf> Grain Reporter 2:30 Bob Poolc Show 3:00 News ;j;05 Ten Time Tunes 3:15 Marvin Miller 3:30 Hoe Down Pftrty 4:00 nnscbiiH Scores 4-.05 News fi:00 Today in Osi»i?n, Osajfe Merchants U:MO Bible Broadcast. Radio Chapel 0:45 Kitchen Cluh, Tcrfcx 1U:00 News Dl(tc»(, Jacob E. Decker & Sons (Kcw> 1<I:1E "Tater" Quiz, Ililanii Potato Chips 10:30 Grand Slam, Wonder Dread, CBS 10:45 Hob Clausen Show. Crescent Electric Co. 11:00 Wendy Warren, General Foods, CPS 11:15 Betsy Ross Serenade, Pfaff Baking Company tl;30 Romance of Helen Trent, American Home Products 11:4.1 Our Gal Sunday, American Home Products Monday P.M. 12:00 Tf i!uy's Markets, Nulrcna 12:05 The Man on tho Strcrl, 1'rltcliard Motor Co. J«:l« Noon Koundup, Curries n:'M News, Ityont Laundry (Hll(on) 13:15 Farm nnd Home Tonlo Time, St. Paul Uvc§lock Market l:lM> The Second Mrs. Burton, General Foods, CBS 1:15 Home Town News (Palen) 1:SO This Ts Nora Drake, Tonl Co., CBS 1:15 Myilery Melody Game 2:00 Arthur Godfrey Time, Chesterfield Clffarets, CBS 2:80 Aunt Jenny, Lever Bros., CBS 2:4(5 Hilltop House, Miles Laboratories, CBS 3:00 Ilolsum Headlines 3:05 Friendly Philosopher 3:15 I3o>> Clausen Show 4:01) Arthur Godfrey Time, Gold Seal Wax, CBS 4llK Arthur Godfrey Time. Nnblnco, CBS 4i;il) Arthur Godfrey Time, Wlldroot, CHS 4:<5 KGLO FORUM 4:55 Unscunll Scores Vaughn Monroe . . . (6:30 p. m.) Vaughn returns to the Camel Caravan following a summer vacation. Guest Connie Haines will join the maestro in a salute to football. Singing Cowboy ... (7 p. m.) Gene Autry and the Melody Ranch gang in songs and stories of the old west. Grid Gallop . . . (7:30 p. m.) A complete roundup -of all the day's football games big and small. AND Bud Suter hopes to be able to announce the first week's winner in the big Rose Bowl contest. . Sunday Highlights Prophets Speak . . . (7:30 a. m.) The Rev.'W. C. ] Dennis of Plymouth opens a new series on the Sunday School Preview, his subject is "The Call of Isaiah." Happily Ever After . . . (12:45 p. m.) Is the .'title of a new book by Mason! City's Hartzell Spence which will be reviewed by Mr. Hall on One Man's Opinion. ; Wilson Hour ... (1 p. m.) Skipper Berg and the Viking Accordian band return to the Wilson Hour Sunday with your favorite music.- Baseball Finale i ... (2 p. m.) Bud Sufer presents a play-by-play recreation of the final day's game between Brooklyn and Philadelphia in the air-tight National League pennant race. Sports Review ... (3:30 p. m.) Bud Suter reviews the week in -sports. Bud's special guest Sunday will'be Vic Weber, coach of the Clear Lake Lions. 4 Irene Dunn ... (5 p. m.) Miss Diinn recreates her original role in "Love Affair" on the "Family Hour of Stars." Jack Benny ... (6 p. m.) Jack's club "The Eager Beavers" get too eager when they try to touch him for a buck. Amos 'n' Andy . . . (6:30 p. m.) The Kingfish opens the lodge hall of the Mystic Knights of the Sea and the rafters ring with their sidesplitting adventures. . » Charlie McCarthy ... (7 p. m.) Charlie decides ,t to change from Bergen's bony; I knee to the lap of Dinah Shore v| on the opening show. ; Red Skelton . . .(7:30 p. m.) The "bad widdle kid," Willie Lump Lump, Deadeye, Clem and all Red's other characters make their debut on CBS. Contented Hour ... (9 p. m.) Doris Day is the featured guest of emcee Buddy Clark on the CBS debut of th« "Carnation Contented Hour."

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