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f Soturdoy, Moy 27, 1950 iMt INUlANAHOLIb N t W b SATURDAY RADIO PROGRAMS Page 7 f. M. OS :15 4:15 :30 :45 5 6 :00 15 SO :4J :00 -7:15 ' :4S :0T Sill :45 10 00 :15 30 4S 11 :00 :15 :30 :45 WIRE-1430 NBO Jordan Music DePauw U. Constant Invader Close Up Music Billboard Sen. Capehart Music by Jagger News Sports Saturday Music Music Newt Music Box New Dimension X Dimension X Or Consequence Or Consequence Hit Parade Hit Parade Dennis Day Dennis Dav Judy Canova Judy Canova Grand Ole Opry Grand 01 e Opry Newt Dick Haymes Dancing Party Dancing Party News-Sportsman Morton Downey NBC Orchestra NBC Orchestra WISH-1310 WFBM-1260 WIBC-1070 ABU CBS MBS Toa & Crumpets Make It Music Easy Doe It Tea & Crumpet Make It Music Fasy Doe It Tea & Crumpet Make It Music Easy Doe It Tea & Crumpets Make It Music Easy Does It Ebony Etching Hormel Girl True or False Ebony Etching Hormel Girl True or False Harlin Brother Make It Music Mental Health Harlin Brothers Winpicker Club P. C. Awards Luke Walton New Speedway Gossip New Modern Music . New Andrew Jacob Vughn Monro Error Comedy Dick Jergcns Vaughn Monroe, Errors Comedy Thi I Story Gene Autry ' 20 Question Ida Lupino Gene Autry 20 Question America's Playing The Goldberg Limerick Show Personality The Goldbergs Limerick Show Bands on Stands Gangbusters Hoosier Hits Rayhurn-Finch Gangbusters Hoosier Hit Rayburn-Finch Godfrey Digest I,ombardoland Rayburn-Finch Godfrey Digest Iximbardoland Tin Pan Alley Midwest Hayride Country Hils Baseball Chatter Midwest Hayride Country Hits Baseball Game Midwest Hayride Favorite Song Baseball Game Midwest Hayride Brown Baseball Game New, " r? llu W 8me Ruddy Moreno Meet the Press S r'Rme scar Dumont Meet the Press Baseball Game o3Car Dumont K. Cole-News Variety Hour Million S Partv Record Party Variety Hour Million $ Party Record Party Variety Hour Million S Partv Record Party Variety Hour Million Partv 1 Record Party WXIW-1590 New Music 15110 Club 1590 Club 1390 Club DEATHS AND FUNERALS News Muic 1590 Club Sports Reel Babe Ruth Story News-Guest Star Rhythm Ranch Seven Star Seven Stars News Music 1590 Ballroom Harry James Sign Off -TV WFBM- Oianntl f.M. CDT ft:5S-rtifriM Pr tr 4 MO-Sawdwa Tritll 5 OO-hpsirlt Alhviw V OA-Una ) l,aaa rVAth-Nfai and Not :in-Kvkli, rrma and Ollit flStt-THrNrwa A 4-Rnhrrta nlntal 1t0O-favlcadt mt ftlara ,t 00-( tIc4 r Ktan nn-HrHinf 1(:(MWhA ( hwa 1 ft:A-Huml Kntrff 10: ia-Trlrewt Lionel 0. Cooley Services Sunday UNCLE WIGGILY Service for Lionel O. Cooley Air Force veteran of World War II, will be t 2 p.m. Sunday at the Tolin Funeral Home. Burial will be in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. Mr. Cooley, 39, 21fi5 Madison Ave., died Thursday morning at Veterans Administration Hospital, Cold Springs Road. He had worked as a contractor with his father, John S. Cooley, the last three years, A resident of this city 35 years, Mr. Cooley formerly operated a service station at Shelby and Nelson Streets for eight years. He was in the Air Force 24 years. Survivor Include the widow, Mrs, Marjorie Cooley; his par-ents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Cooley; a sister, Mrs. Othel Morris, and a half-brother, Roger Cooley, all of Indianapolis. SUNDAY RADIO PROGRAMS WIRE-1430 A.M. .VBO :00 " -7:15 String Quartet '5 String Quartet iOO World News 8:15 Wally' Funnies :30 Wallv' Funnies i4i Wally' Funnies :00 Catholic Hour 9:15 Catholic Hour :30 Eternal Light Eternal Light ;00 Starch Time lyl5 Indiana U. I U:?2 Sunday Sunshine 'S Sunday Sunshine Sunday Sunshine n:15 Sunday Sunshine :30 Church Services Church Services 00 DePauw U. 1 r-U Bob Eberlv I .'VI CMeZ Forum '5 Chicago Fonim :?0 NBC Theater 1:15 NBC Theater :30 NRC Theater NRC Theater :00 1 Man's Family 2:15 1 Man's Family : Qui? Kids :45 0ni7 Kids :00 cloak & Dagger :15 Cloak & Dagger :30 New. Music 5 Symphony Echoes :00 Tlie Big Guv 4:15 The Big Guy :30 Harvest of Stars :45 Harvest of Stars 00 Lyn Murray 5:15 Lvn Mnrrav :30 Henry Morean :45 Henrv Morgan :00 The Falcon 6:15 The Falcon :30 Harris-Fave :45 Harris-Faye :00 Sam Spade 7:15 Sam Spade :S0 Theater Guild :45 Theater Guild ; :00 Theater Guild 8:15 Theater Guild :30 American Album :45 American Album :00 Fddit Cantor 9:15 Eddie Cantor :30 Bob Crosbv ;45 Boh Croshy :0ft News n C. Cavallero 1 11:30 Memory Music :45 Memory Music :00 New n:15 NBC Orchestra :30 NBC Orchestra 45 NBC Orchestra Wl Srl-131 ABO Zion A ME Sacred Four Gospel Hour Gospel Flour Calvarv Temple Oalvsrv Temple Church of Christ Church of Christ WFBM-1260 CBS WIBC-1070 MBS World News Chariot Wheels Christian Hour Floyd Jones Church of God Church of God Words of Life " Words of Life 101 Rible Clas 101 Rihl Class Deluxe Four S Harmonbers Foreign Report f ran" f rnest Dave Cavanaugh i tv Revival Time Revival Time E. Power Biggs Wheelei Mission Folk Songs-News hoik Songs-New Sunday School Sunday School Revival Hour Revival Hour Revival Hour Revival Hour Bible Speaks Dr. Backus Christian Men Christian Men Christian Men OirMian Men Sundav Serenade Sundav Serenade Capitol Caper Capitol Capers Capitol Caper Canitol Caner Top of Week Top of Week Mr President Mr "President Damon Runvon Damon Runvon Piano. Plavhouse Piano Playhouse Harold Hartley Hits. Runs. Airs Hits. Run. Airs Hits. Runs. Airs Smith of Holly. Smiths of Holly. Think Fast Think Fast Drew Pearson Mond'v News Girls Corps Girls Corns Baseball Revue Baseball Revue Mr. Ma lone Mr. Ma lone Stop the Music Stop the Music Stop the Music Ston the Music Invite to Learn Invite to t.earn Reserve Salute Reserve Salute News Elmo Roper Lutheran Hour Lutheran Hour Choraliers Choraliers Students Music FHwin Rlltnliffe Date With Music Date With Music Date With Music Date With Music Date With Music Date With Music Symphonette Svmnhonette L. P. Parade L. P. Parade Earn Vacation Earn Vacation Fav. Husband Fav. Husband Our M's Brooks Our M Rrooks tacU Benny Too'. Rpnv Hit Jackpot Hit Jackpot Edgar Bergen Ed ear Bergen Red Skelton Red Skelton Walter Winchell Louella Parsons fjfetime Chance Lifetime Chance limrnie Fidler Prophecy Voice Prophecy Voice Errand of Mercv St. Francis Hour Ember Essie Hayden Essie Hayden All Denomination All Denomination 25th St. Baptist 55th St Rantisf Corliss Archer Corliss Archer 'nrace Heidt Horace H"idt ontented Hour Contented Hour Dr Kildare Dr Kildare C Science Sweet Music Everson Clas Everson Class Baltimore Tab. Baltimore Tab. Raltimore Tab. RalHmore Tab Ave Maria Hour Ave Mario Hour Hoosier Pulpit nn Serenade New Dixie Four Three Suns Romance WXIW-1590 Rible in New Of Blessing Hymns You I-ove Hymns You Love News Funnie Funnie Funnies New Music Polka Pattern Sen. Capehart Memories News -Music Here' Hayme Victor Varieties Victor Varieties Movie Menu Show Tune Show Tunes Memorable Music Stardom Stair Stardom Stair Michael Shayne Michael Shayne Hopalong C. Hooalona C Private Eye Private Eve The Shadow The Shadow True Detective True Detective r?ov Roeers Ftov Rosers Nick Carter Viol- Porter Peter Salem Peter Salem Reservists Salute Reservists Salute News--Music Guy Lombards Antique Records Bins Crosby News- Parade Warm-Up Time Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cuhs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Scoreboard Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Campfire Songs Campfire Songs Enchanted Hour Enchanted Hour New . tr.N. in Action Bob Byrne Boh Byrne News Rand Oscar Dumont Hugo Malin Hugo Malin Opera Concert Oner Concert Family Theater Family Theater Europe Europe Monte Cristo Monte Cristo News Guest Star Youth tot Christ Youth fo Christ To Veterans National Guard Dance Orchestra Dance Orrhestra Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Scoreboard News -Music Speedway New Salute Show Salute Show News Music Guest Star Harrv James Sign Off . WFBM TV ftiannri A f M. 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Una 10:nO-Vntith nn tha Mtrrh 104.ln-(rfi Off MONDAY RADIO PROGRAMS :00 6:15 :30 .At :00 r:15 :30 :45 8 :00 :15 :30 :45 :00 ,:15 ':30 :45 :00 45 :00 US 'lit 12 :45 :09 :15 :30 :45 :00 1:30 ':45 :ftft 2:15 :30 :45 :00 ,:15 :3A :45 WIRE-1430 WISH-1310 WFBM-1260 WIBC-1070 WXIW-1590 VBO ABO- CBS MBS Rural Rhythm Devotions Early Birds News-Neishhor Timber Time Indiana Farmer Devotions Oscar Coolev Markets Patrol Bill Faulkner Rack to Bible Cousin Chickle Sun Dial Dawn Patrol Bill Faulkner Rack to Rible Cousin Chickie Sun Dial World New Sports Music World New New Tunes News Music Musical Clock Bill aulkner Headlines Tunes New Sun Dial Musical Clock News Music Rine Sines Time and Tunes Scores Music News Rill Canlkner Vows Time and Tunes Sun Dial 1430 Club Breakfast Club News of America News . News- Music 1430 Club Breakfast Club Weather Man Wife Savers Sun Dial 1430 Club Breakfast Club Circle Ranch Wife Savers Scores Music Dorothy Burton Rreakfast Huh Circle Ranch Wife Savers Sun Dial W'lc'me Trav'ler Mv True Storv Mrs. Farrell Easy Listening News- Music W'lc'me Trav'ler My True Story Arthur Godfrey Easv Listening Music Tune-O Double-Nothing Retty Crocker Arthur Godfrey Easv Listening Music Tunc-O Double-Nothing Victor Llndlahr Arthur Cndfrev Fv Listening Music Tune-0 T.ove and Learn Romances Arthur Godfrey New News Music Dave Garroway Romances Arthur Godfrey Easy Listening Melody Mart Jack Berch Quick as a Flash Grand Slam Easv Listening Melody Mart David Harum Quick as a Flash Epernarv Fav Listening Guy Lomhardo News Bea Line Ladies Seated Wendv Warren Ladies Fair News Musir Be Line Ladies Seated Aunt Jennv Ladie Fair Crosby Croons Best on Wax f ri Baker Helen Trent Farm Carnival You Ask For It News Music by Martin Our Gal Sunday Farm Carnival You Ask For It Market Report News News New News -Music The Low Down Jackpot Quiz Ma Perkins Pick a Pocket You Ask For It The Low Down Kav Reporter Farm Circle ixie Four You Ask For It The Low Down Dr. Geo. Crane Farm Circle ' News (Foster) You Ask For It The Low Down G Daniels 2d Mrs. Burton Bis Sister New Parade The Low Down C Daniels Perry Mason Dr. Malone Sports Parade The Low Down Hannibal Cobb Nora Drake Guiding Light Sports Parade The Low Down Hannibal Cobb Brighter Dav inrh-.nri lane Sports Parade Life's Beautiful Bride and Groom From Nowhere Queen for a Day Sports Parade Road of Life Bride and Groom Hilltop House Queen for a Dav Sports Parade Pepper Young Pick a Date Linda's Love Douhle-Nothing Sports Parade Happiness Right Pick a Date Editor's Daughter Douhle-Nothing Snorts Parade Backstage Wife Laugh Ladies Strike It Rich Kasv Does It Sports Parafle Stella Dallas Laugh Ladies Strike It Rich Easv Does It Sports Parade ' Lorenzo Jones Request Time Make It Music Easy Does It Sport Parade Widder Brown Request Time Make It Music Easv Does It Sports Parade Mrs. Lena Lyzott Service for Mr. Lena Lyzott, former Indianapolis resi. dent, will be at 3 p.m. Monday at the G. H. Herrmann Funeral Home. Burial will follow Crown Hill Cemetery. Mr. Lyzott, 69, died Thursday in the Phoenix (Ariz. 1 home of her daughter, Mrs, H. H. Wessel. She was a member of the Pleasant Run Boulevard Evangelical and Reformed Church and the Ladies' Aid Society of the church. Also surviving are a son, Elmer F. Lyzott, Phoenix; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Rodcnhack and Mrs. Rose Anderson, both of Indianapolis; two brothers, Fred Wissel, Duvall, Wash., and Phil lip wisse, North ernon, and three grandchildren. Mrs. Alma, Davis Funeral services will be held in Noblesville for Mrs. Alma Madana Davis, 54, 2611 N. Illinois St. Timt has not been set. Mrs. Davis died last night at her home after a two-year ill ness. A native of Clinton County, she lived in Indianapolis four years. She was a member of Boxley Methodist Church. Survivor include the husband, Carey H. Davis; two sons, Clarence Davis, Marion, and Leon Davis, Indianapolis; three daughters, Mrs. Esther Shook and Mrs. Frances Bentley, both of Noblesville. and Mrs. Betty Deckert, Indianapolis; a sister-, Mrs. Goldie Miller, Noblesville; a brother, Alva N. Well, Noblesville, and 11 grandchildren. Mrs. Rosettai Blackburn Mrs. Rosetta Bell Reed Blackburn, 84, died 1 His morning at her home, 41 N. Chester St. A native of Clinton County, she had lived here 46 years. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Grace Denwood, Indianapolis, and Mrs. Cloyce Bowers, Gary; three sons, Norvy C. and Russie M. Blackburn, Miami, Fla., and George K. Blackburn, Indianapolis; 14 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Miss Esther Spencer Funeral services for Miss Esther E. Spencer, 940 Middle Dr., Woodruff Place, will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday in Hisey & Titus Mortuary. Burial will be in Washington Park Cemetery. Miss Spencer, who was a nurse many years at Norway Sanatorium, died yesterday after an illness of five months. She was a member of the Indiana Practical Nurses' Association and of the Christian Church. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. L. C. Littcn. , Henry J. Theil Funeral Monday Funeral services for Henry J. Theil. 66, 4906 Hardigan Rd will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at J. C. Wilson Chapel of the Chimes. Burial will follow in Crown Hill Cemetery. Mr. Theil died last night after seven months' illness. A native and life resident of Indianapolis, he had been a clerk for the jn Mitchel & Scott Machine Co. 10 years. Previously he had been employed by the Century Biscuit Co. 36 years. Mr. Theil was a member of Second Evangelical United Brethren Church. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Caroline Theil; two sons, Albert and Russell Theil, Indianapolis; a sister, Mrs, Huldine Trimpe, Indianapolis, and five grandchildren. "First w must tie grapevine ropes, strong ones, to the wagons," Uncle Wlggily said. "Then everyone must take hold of the vines but don't pull until I tell you to!" Womarmag said he wasn't sure that would work, because they had tried it before, but the animals did it anyhow. And as soon as all the wagons were harnessed to the grapevine, and all the animals held the other ends of the vines, Uncle Wiggily called to Ha-ha; "Now, Ha-ha, you come out here in front, where evervone Jackie Bow-wow, Sammie and j cn see you, and when I say Susie Littletail, Ha-ha, the rat ! 'off' '"" .vo'-r 'P off, and wnen 1 say on you put 11 on 'All ready T Clara Pickle Services for Clara Pickle, 91, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Oaklandon, where she was born and where she lived all' her life. She celebrated her birthday May R. She died Thursday. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Grace White, of Indianapolis. Aerial Shock Kills 2 FAIRBORN, O., May 27 (UP) James Ryan, 29, touched a 12.0C0-vo!t power line with the end of a steel 'pole he was putting into place for a television aerial and was killed last night. His wife Lois, 27, tried to pull her husband free and also was killed. Mrs. Georgie Eyster Funeral services w ill be at her home at 3 p.m. Monday for Mrs. Georgie M. Eyster, 62. Burial will follow in Floral Park Cemetery. Mr, Eyster died last night at the home, 852 River Ave. A native of Chicago, she lived here 44 years. She was a member of River Avenue Baptist Church. Surivors include the husband, Elmer E. Eyster; three daughters, Mrs I.ois Middlelon, Mrs. Georgie Oakes and Mrs. Mary Hurnett, all of Indianapolis; three sons, Charles, Glen and Mehin Eyster, Indianapolis; a sister. Mrs. Jennie Ellickson, Chicago; 11 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Mrs. Ida Lathe Mrs. Ida Lathe, 80, will be buried Monday in Crown Hill Cemetery. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. in Flanner & Buchanan Mortuary. Mrs. Ithe died yesterday at the home of her sister, Miss Adele Storck, 1463 Colorado Ave. Born at. Odell, 111., Mrs. Lathe had lived in Indianapolis 10 years. Before coming to Indianapolis she was active at Odell in church work and in musical circles. She was the contralto in a church quartet and 1wo of her three children were graduates of the American Conservatory of Music at Chicago. She was a member of the Congregational Church. Survivors, besides the sister, are two of her children, Mrs. Everett Fisher, Chicago, and iiowara loathe, Medina, im. Y.; a brother, Fred H. Storck, Ko-komo, and another sister, Miss Bertha Storck, Indianapolis. Mrs. Rutha McGuire Services for Mrs. Rutha J. McGuire, 89, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the G. H. Herrmann Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Fairfield Cemetery, Camby. Mrs. McGuire. who had been ill several months, died yesterday at her home, 601 Cottage Ave. A life resident of this city, she was a member of ihe University Heights Evangelical United Brethren Church. Surviving are two brothers, Robert Haverstick, Maywood, and Charles Haverstick, Comis-key; a daughter, Mrs. Edythe Copcland. Indianapolis; four grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. with the laughing eyes, nd Slippo, the squirrel trombone player, started off for the swamp where the Wonderful Marvelous Magical Circu was stuck in the mud. "Have you thought of a way to get the circus out?" Slippo asked Uncle Wiggily. "So we can entertain the children In the towns around the Orange Ice Mountain?" "I have an idea," Uncle Wiggily declared, making his nose twinkle and his ears twiddle, meaning he was thinking about as hard as anyone can possibly think. "It may work, and it may not." "What is it?" Ha-ha the cat asked eagerly. "I'll tell you when we get there. I have to do a little more thinking about it," Uncle Wiggily said. On and on they went, with'! Jackie limping a bit because of his sore foot. And pretty soon they saw the circus. It was a sight, I ran tell you. The beautiful circus wagons, where the performer ate and slept, which were painted whit wnn Dig yeuow and orange stripes and with gold-colored tops, were stuck so deeply in the mud that you couldn't even see the wheels of the wagons. And all around the wagons stood the animal performers the horses, the giraffs, the monkies, the squirrels, the performing dogs, the acrobatic pigs, the tight-rope-walking kittens, and Ha-ha-s mother and father the cats who stood on their front paws. And they all looked disconsolate, which is a big word meaning sad. "My!" exclaimed Uncle Wiggily. "That circus is stuck, all right! It's about the stuckest circus that I everaw stuck." Just then Womarmag the Hip-po, who w as manager of the circus, saw Uncle Wiggily and the others and waddled over to speak to them. "Hello," he said In a deep voice and jolly big mouth. "Hello, Slippo! I see you brought some friends with you. "Yes, and i'm here, too!" Ha-ha called out. "You? Who are you?" asked the hippo, because he didn't recognize Ha-ha with the baseball cap on. But Ha-ha took off the baseball cap, and hippo looked into his eye and began to laugh: "Har-umph! Har-umph!" which is the way hippos laugh. and then he recognized the cat fast enough. Ha-ha put the cap back on so Womarmag could stop laughing. At that moment Ha-ha's mother and father saw their cat, and they ran over and gave him some big hugs, and Mr. Standpaw, Ha-ha's daddy, gave him such a big hug that his cap fell off, and everyone started to laugh all together, and Ha-ha had to put his cap back on quickly, because Uncle Wiggily waihted to tell about his idea for getting the circus out of the mud. again. All ready? Ha-ha got out in front, and all the animals were ready with the vines in their paws. Uncle Wiggily yelled; "Off!" and Ha-ha yanked his cap off. "Ho-ho!" laughed all the ani- i mals, and as they laughed they I gave a big pull on the vines, and i the wagons moved. "On!" the I rabbit cried, and Ha-ha put the cap back on. "Off" yelled Uncle Wiggily, and the cap came off and the animals went "Ho!" and the wagons moved some more. They kept it up until the wagons were all out of the mud and the animals were laughing all over the place! But just then a black cloud was seen in the sky. "That's the big wind cloud!" the hippo shouted. "It'll blow the circus away! What will we do?" And what they did I'll tell you in the next story, if the screen door doesn't slam five times and wake up the sleeping watch dog on the mat. Crash Witness Concluded From l'axe 1 he Mclntire had complained wanted, to get it over with. After the trial, Mclntire lalked to a News reporter about the case, complaining because the docctor was allowed to testify. At that time, however, he did not. protest about not being permitted to testify himself. Mclntire says he will not agree to a properly damage settlement until the birth of their child proves that his wife suffered no injury. Congressman John Lesinski Dies in Sleep DETROIT, May 27 Representative John A. Islnski (R., Mich.), one of labor's most eon-sisten supporter, died of a heart attack in his sleep early today In his suburban Dearborn home. He was 6.Y Lesinski' third wife Estelte, 40, found the Congressman dead in his bed soon after calling a neighborhood physician when h complained of "breathing trouble." lesinski' first wife died In 1919 and his second wife died in 1937. Chairman of the important House Education and Ibor Committee, Lesinski, earlier thi month, had feuded with Representative Andrew Jacob (D., Ind.) over the right of Jacobs subcommittee to subpoena John K Lewis in an investigation into lewis's activities in the United Mine Workers coal strike. Ijist year, he became Involved In an angry row with his ranking Democratic colleague. Representative Graham A. Barden N. C.) over the question of whether Roman Catholic parochial and other private schools should receive any federal assistance under the' proposed aid to education bill. Lesinski was a Catholic. Barden, chairman of the subcommittee considering the legislation, opposed aid to private schools. His dispute with Lesinski became a national Issue when Francis Cardinal Spellman, of New York, assailed Mr. Eleanor Roosevelt for supporting Barden. Barden will succeed lesinski as I.bor Committee chairman. 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The "Family Theater" broadcast will feature Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island." 9:00 WIRE-NBC. Eddie Cantor will sing "If I Knew You Were Coming I'd ve Baked a Cake" on the 'Take It or Leave It" show. P&QlJ phoke HEATINC IM. 4514 mm: : Scientific. Svmotrhttie I Timo- et ALCOHOLISM? WFBM, 9:15 a.m. Sun. -I . ;f n gj J1 J b i i fl l IfcAiH J-i 4 rENCE AND I i" XVV 1 IRON RAILING Jr X J I C" TA. 2434 1701 E. S8tb 'JJ jmXni1" i T&ZTX-:T7TT,T'2mt' i & 7 Ylrt mu OFSTAjrJ Fi""M H Washington Part was ' '-i JJXJ.!lXv.I' I I Tr first cemery in I - Ki jGOLtiw I Maon County to ( i i 1 '' """ S j meet the demand tor 1 TONIGHT If above-ground enrrr.o- I I 8:00 to 9:00 P. M. ment- i M ia. "t- a A .Jf-rVVvf A f;f ou Cit WHh Crrit CirtuixUnnt Dr. E. Burdette Backus S pen In on The Memorial of Virtue" 11 A.M. AT THE CHTRCH "HEROES OF PEACE" ALL SOLXS UNITARIAN CHURCH BfjyjHaiHaaaaiaMa Visit this beayfiW Sanctuary of Memris. You'll b pleased with th beautiful colored mar'oi used throughout th buildirg, th stained rt-gUss windows end the quiet, reverent cahe-o'ral-lile atmosphere. The demand for Dace has necessitated th construef'on o on otire new wing now rearing completion. A moderate number nf chmet erypti or itill ovoilobl of pre-completion prices. We invtt you to investigate Washington Pork Mausoleum betor moking your final decision. WASHINGTON1 PARK MAUSOLEUM OFFERS: A permnnenf form of ebove-ground ru tombment ai prices anyone con atiorH. Perfect ytar-raund comfort. Heated ell winfr ... air conditioned all summer. An ideal location in picturttOM Washington Pork Cemetery ... a peasanf drive from any port of Indiannoohi. Friendly, personal service that does not end with your initial purchase. VISITORS WELCOME Oon Diiljr and lutitf Front ' 1:00 A.M. U i:00 P.M. QlL'asli'tnqton cjctvlc (Pcmelerv QllaitsoL ntgton EAST NATIONAL ROAD Wm.A. Hoefgen, President ausoleiim INDIANAPOLIS Earle P. 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