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2 Jnlr M, IMS MM«B CHy OUV«-G»»«tt». !!»•«• CHy, U. Pleads Guilty of Negligence Hit-Run Case Goes to Parole Agents Albert Lea, <U.R)—Arty Madin, 32, Friday pleaded guilty in district court to a charge of criminal negligence in connection with the hit-run automobile deaths of 2 Lake Mills men. Judge Martin Nelson referred the case to parole agents for pre- sentence investigation. Admits Guilt Madin earlier had admitted he was driver of the automobile that struck and killed the men on a highway south of Albert Lea, police saidr' Alfred C. Ness died immediately and Carl Juveland died later in a hospital here. Authorities said Madin admitted he did not stop. Maximum penalty under the charge is 5 years in prison. Changing- Tire The victims were changing a tire on the highway late at night on July 14. They were driving home from their jobs at an Albert Lea plant. Madin was apprehended a day later and signed a written confession, police said. Wallace Platform Pledges Destruction of All Atomic Bombs Philadelphia, (&)— A pledge to seek destruction of all atomic bombs and work for a world agreement outlawing atomic war-, fare is contained in the "Peace with Russia" platform being drafted for Henry A. Wallace's new party. This was learned Friday when a member of the platform committee showed a reporter a semifinal draft of some major planks. This draft is being revised in closed door committee sessions. If Vi a Aon ADVENTIST Seventh D»y—1516 S. Delaware Wesley Methodist Church II "The Church With The Chimes" Pennsylvania anS Fourteenth Street S. E. 10:45 Dr. Peterson Preaches: "A HUNTING TRIP" Duet, Mrs. Lorraine Reynolds and Ronald A. Abel Funk, pastor. Services every Saturday. Sabbath school. 9:45. Church services, 11. ALLIANCE Goipel Tabernacle — 616 N. Delaware. Lowell L. Young, pastor. Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Worship, 10:45 a. m. Message: "The Defeat of Ai." Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Message, "The Voice of Bloody Pass." Young People's Fellowship Tuesday, 8 p. m. Women's Missionary Prayer band, Wednesday 2 p. m. Prayer, Praise, Bible study, Wednesday, 8 p. m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD First — 1615 Delaware N. E. Sunday school, 10.-15 a. m. Worship hour, }.':15 a. m. Children's church, 11:15 a. m. Young'People's service, 7:15 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Wednesday, 8 p. m. "Sermons in Song" Sunday, 8:30 a. m., heard over WNAX. The Rev. Louis L. ROEEOW. BAPTIST First — Where Pennsylvania Crosses State. The Rev. H. P. Rumford, pastor.' Services Sunday, July 25. Sunday school, 9:30. Morning worship at 10:45. Sermon. "A Luke Warm Church—or an Ineffectual Faith." Special music by Sam and Katie Cowan o£ Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Enrl Ehlers, organist; Miss Rheon Woodward, director of music. CATHOLIC St. Joseph's—Sunday masses at 6:30, 8, 9 and 10:30. The Very Rev. Patrick F. Malone, pastor. Father Alvin Heurlne and Father Robert Saunders. assistants. Holy Family—Second N. W. Sunday masses, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Monsignor R. P. Murphy, the Rev. Vincent Simon and the Rev. Ivan Boyd, officiating. CHRISTIAN First—9:30, B^ble school. 10:30, morning worship. "The Future of the Christian Faith." Solo: "My Harp of Many Strings," Lucke, Miss Doris Rosenkild. Week of preparation for program planning day which is Sunday, Aug. 8. CHURCH OF CHRIST New Testament Church—Y. W. C. A. (Decker room). Burdett Wokeman, minister. 9:15, begin radio broadcast, KICM, featuring young men's quartet of- Fertile. 9:45, Bible school. 10:45, worship and communion. Sermon: "Fearful of a Just God." V:30, evening worship. Sermon: "Modern Samsons." Wednesday, 7:30, Wednesday, 7:30, Bible study and prayer meeting. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST First—Washington at Third St. N. W. Sunday service, 11. Subject: "Truth. Sunday school, 11, for pupils under 20. Wednesday evening meeting, 8. Reading room east wing of the church. Week days, 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. CONGREGATIONAL First—Delaware at First N. E. Roy C. HeUenstein, minister. Special summer services each Sunday morning at 10:45. Guest speaker the Rev. Virgil Foster, state director, religious education for CongrcRational Christian Churches. Topic: "Our Church Today." Mrs. J. E. Stinehart, organist, Mrs. Max Bokmeyer, acting music director. COVENANT First—Maple Drive at Tennessee. Norris .1. Peterson, pastor. Bible school. 10 .a. '. Worship, berg, Iowa will bring the message. Duet by Sharon and Juanita Link. Thursday evening at 8, midweek service led by Miss Ostberg. EPISCOPAL St. John's—First N. E. at Pennsylvania. The Rev. Arthur E. Pritchett. rector. 8 a. m., the Holy Communion. 9:45 a. m church school. (This is the las', church I school session until Sept. !2.) 11 a. m., Ervln Holy Communion. Sermonct and special music. Episcopal men of Iowa conference it Bishop Morrison lodge. Clear Lake, 'uly 29 to Aug. 1. EVANGELICAL Grace—Corner 14th N. W. and Adams. \ W. Wendland, pastor. Sunday school 0 a. m. Worship service, 11 o'clock. Sermon by pastor. GREEK ORTHODOX Transfiguration — 1401 N. Washington, "he Rev. Father Ambrose G. Ciannoii- Tcos. Vespers and confessions every Saturday, 7. Sunday Matins, 9:30. High mass, 10:45.. Holy days, 9:30. Catechism 'or children, 6 to 6:30, every Friday. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Jehovah's Witnesses—Services at 1G17 South Federal. Watchtower study: "Advance to Maturity or Relapse Into Sin, Which?" Sunday, 7 p. m. LUTHERAN Bethlehem—Between 4th and 5th on Delaware N. E. At 8:30 a. m., Sunday school. At 9:30, the first service. Pastor's sermon: "Life's Important Question: Beleve Ye?" at 10 11 a. m. Miss Pansy Ost- Conference paris.'i worker. "The First Five Minutes After Death" Hear FRED W. JULIUS 8P.M.— Sunday — M?& CHAPEL CARL J. SENTMAN, Pastor 9 A. M.—Bible Broadcast over KGLO 10 A. M.—Bible School 11 A. M.—"The Philosophy of the Men of Uz" A Delightful, Inspirational Musical Program Led by TED MARSH at Each Service You will find a Cordial Welcome at the Chapel a. m., U>e service goes CICM: ''Bringing Christ on the air over, KICM: ''Bringing to the Community." At 10:30 a. m., the second service. At 11:30 a. m. and 3:30 m. "The International Lutheran Hour." C. A. Hlnz, pastor. Central—329 East State. M, O. Lee 1 , pastor. Sunday school. 9:45. Chief service, 11. Sermon: "The Church Militant." linmatiuel—5th and South Jersey. Sunday school, 9 a. m. Divine worship, 10 a. m. Sermon: "The Church Militant," guest pastor, the Rev. Marvin O. Lee. Central Lutheran church, Ernest A. Bergeson, pastor. St. James Lutheran—502 Gth S. E. Sunday school and adult Bible class, 9:45 a. m. Early services, 8:30 a. m. Senior choir: "Supplication," by Charles Scott. Late services, 10:45 a. m. Junior choir: "Softly and Tenderly." by Bob Roy Peery. Sermon: "The Love oi God in Christ Jesus." E. M. Mueller, supply pastor. Trinity—Sunday school visual lesson, Trinity church, 508 S. Penn., 9:45 a. m. KGLO sermon broadcast, 10:15 a. rn. Morning worship, Palace theater. 11 a. m. Pastor Rogness preaching. Vocal solo: "In Heavenly Love Abiding," Dlggle. by LeRoy Spurgeon. Alvin N. Rogness, pastor. METHODIST First—Washington at 2nd N. W. Lloyd A. Gustafson, D. D., minister. George A. Shells, associate minister. 9:30, Church school. 10:45, Worship service. Sermon: "The Miracle of the Bells," Doctor Gustafson, Clayton Wornson will sing and the quartet will sing: "I Talked to God Last Night," by Guion. Mrs. Dodge will play: "In a Monastery Garden." Kctelby; "A Heverte." Sheppard; "Berceuse," Godard, and "Poslludium," Armstrong. Free—144 Gth S. W. E. L. Bailey, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. sii. Morning worship, 11 a. in. The Rev. C. M. Russell, regional director for the young people's missionary society will be speaking to the congregation at the morning worship. Mr. Russell will also meet with the young people in the afternoon. Young people at 7:30. Hi-Y. P. M. will meet at 'the parsonage at 7:30 p. m. Adult class meeting in auditorium at 7:30 p. m. Service, the pastor speaking, at 8 p. m. Wednesday, Y. P. M. S.. meet at church at 8 p. m. Mid-week prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 p. m. Wesley—Pennsylvania and 14lh S. E. Paul Arnold Peterson. D. D., minister. 9:30 a. m., Sunday school, senior M. Y. F. 10:45. Morning "worship. Duct: "Hold Thou My Hand," Briggs. Mrs. Lorraine Abel Reynolds and Ronald A. Abel. Mrs. Carlson, organist: "Elizabeth's Prayer," Wagner, and "Postlude," Cramer. Doctor Peterson: "A Hunting Trip." OPEN BIBLE First Church of Open Hlblf—1702 Carolina S. E. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11. Message by the Rev. Roy Foster. Young People's service, 7 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Message by the Rev. Dougherty; theme, "Remember Lot's Wife." Pastor, the Rev. Elbert Dougherty. INTERDENOMINATIONAL Radio Chapel, 112 Pennsylvania N. E. Carl J. Sentman, pastor. 9 a. m., KGLO, Sunday school lesson; 10 a. m., Bible school; Evangelist Fred W. Julius speaks Bandits Put Victims in Refrigerator Clifton, N. J., (#>)—Twentythree persons', "stored" in a refrigerator while a bandit looted a restaurant, thawed Saturday while the owners counted their losses. ' A gunman locked 8 employes of a restaurant in a big refrigerator Friday while he waited for someone to open the safe. As tradespeople appeared, delivering to the restaurant, they joined the employes—one by one —in the refrigerator. Finally, Milton Turner of Ridgewood, described as the owner, appeared, and the gunman forced him to open the safe. Turner then joined the others in the refrigerator. The bandit was rather considerate, though, said his victims, when police liberated them 5 hours later. He tossed them all the coats he could find, and several bottles of whisky to help keep warm. Workers-at Wilson Ask New Union Chicago (/P) —Dissident members of the CIO Packinghouse Workers union local 25 at Wilson & Co. here asked the National Labor Relations Board Friday to decer- 'tify the UPWA as bargaining agent for the local. A petition filed at the NLRB office here by William Palmer, who identified himself as a Wilson employe and union member, asked that members of the 3,000-niember local be given a chance to vote on whether the UPWA should continue as bargaining agent. If the 30 per cent required for an election under the Taft-Hartley act is found in the petition, an election might be arranged by consent of union and company, or a hearing might be set. Palmer said the decertification was sought because of dissatisfaction with leadership of the UPWA in the recent unsuccessful 82-day meat strike. Cross-Country Flight Slated for New Plane Burbank, Cal., (U.R)—The navy's giant Lockheed Constitution transport plane takes off Saturday for San Francisco from where it will head east on its first cross-country flight. The 92-ton super transport was expected lo arrive at Moffett field about noon for inspection by officers of the 12lh naval district. Early Sunday, the 180-passenger plaAe will depart on a 2,500-mile nonstop flight to the naval air station at Patuxent River, Md. The huge 4-engined craft is expected to make the test flight in 9 or 10 hours. Cmdr. W. M. Collins heads the 23-man crew aboard the Constitution. A 12-man test crew from Lockheed is also making the trip. After arriving in Patuxent River, the plane will go to National airport, Washington, D. C., for commissioning ceremonies next week. Cabinet members, congressmen and commanding officers of the armed forces will inspect the Constitution in Washington. On the Radio Beam SATURDAY NIGHT NETWORK HIGHLIGHTS DIAL 1300 /^•* l ! rt* '£* BS 5,000 WATTS ABC — ~:00 Detective; "i:'M) Malone; 8:00 Gang Amaxtni Mr. Busters; 8:30 What's My Name; «:00 1'rof. Quli; !>:3I) Hayloft Ilocdown. CHS—7:1)0 SIiiR It Again; 8:00 Morey Amstcrday; 8:30 It Pays to Be lf- viiorant; U:00 Wallace Acceptance Address. MBS—1:00 •'.» Questions; 7:30 Slop Me; 8:00 Three For the Money; 9:00 Chicago Theater. NBC—7:00 Dance Uate; 8:00 Hit Parade; 8:SO Judy Canova; 9:30 Grand Old Opry. c- I.. Sing It «(7 P-m- KGLO & KGLO-FM) Clues to correct in answers ar e sung, the right answer entitles the listener to try to identify the "Phantom Voice." A t^^ . (7:30) Morey, well-known on Broad- AmSterdOnn way> is now "fracturing" listeners all over the nation with his effervescent humor. u Henry (9 p.m.) The CBS microphones will be shifted to Shibe Park where Henry Wallace and KICM MUTUAL TALL CORN at the II worship service on losophy of the Men of Uz." 'The Phi- 7 p. m. Livewires. Teen-agers and Young People's meetings; 8 p. m., evangelistic service with Evangelist Fred Julius speaking on "The First Five Minutes After Death;" Daily Bible broadcast, 9 a. m., KGLO; Thursday, 7 p. m., choir practice, 8 p. m. Prayer service and Bible study. Dewey, Ike Want Firm Berlin Stand Pawling, N. Y., (U.R)—G o v. Thomas E. Dewey, republican presidential candidate, and Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower said afler a lengthy conference Friday that they agreed that the United States "must stand with absolute firmness in Berlin." Eisenhower added: "I believe there is still no one in the world mad enough to seek a solution through the force of arms at this moment." Eisenhower made it clear that his conference with Dewey was not political and that he does not plan to take an active part in the campaign. Promises Food Shortage End Dewey Makes 1st Campaign Statement Pawling-, N. Y., (U.R) — Gov. Thomas E. Dewey Saturday promised swift action to end shortages of essential foods if he is elected president. In his 1st declaration on domestic problems since his nomination, the republican presidential candidate said the government should take steps to increase production of meat, poultry and dairy products. „ Dewey also proposed that this year's anticipated grain production be so channeled as "to prevent surpluses and to achieve the substantial increase in the production of animal food which we need as a nation." Round Table The governor opened a roundtable discussion of farm problems in the Pawling Grange hall with 76 agricultural editors from various sections of the country. He gave his views and sought theirs on important farm problems. "Because of the short corn crop last year and the heavy drain on our grain production generally and continuing federal restrictions and threats 'of restrictions, we have seen a serious decline in the livestock and poultry production of the nation," he said. "The result has been a shortage of meat, poultry and dairy products." Hear Aikcn In addition to Dewey. the experts heard Senator George D. Aiken, acting chairman of the senate agriculture committee, and Albert Mitchell of New Mexico. Dewcy's discussion of domestic problems preceded a further study of international affairs with GOP advisers. Senator Arthur Vandcn- bcrg and John Foster Dulles, U. S. delegate to the United Nations, s expected to a conference Sal- irday night. 1490 ON YOUR DIAL T? »tc ** *i* *** it* ^t* ' Saturday P. M. 4:00 After the Game 4:30 Rendezvous with Rose 5:00 Take a Number 5:30 True or False C:00 Hawaii Calls 6:30 Guest Star \ 0:45 Sports Hi-LHes 7:00 Twenty Questions 7:30 Stop Me If You've Heard This (1:00 Marine Story 8:15 Swintr Session U:30 BASEBALL,: MASON CITY VS. ROCKWELL 10:30 NEWS lfl:45 Gene Krupa's Orchestra 11:00 George Winslow's Orchestra 11:30 Barclay Allen's Orchestra II :f).-i NLWS 12:00 Curlew Club 1:00 Sign Off Sunday A. M. (i:00 Tone Tapestries 8:30 Organ Reveries ' H:45 Bethel Chapel 9:00 Showers of Blessing ii:l"> Church of Christ 9:30 Musical Memoirs !»:15 News 10:00 Bethlehem Lutheran: "Bringing Christ to the Community" 10:30 Melody Merry-Go-Round 11:30 Lutheran Hour: "Bringing Christ to the Nations" Sunday P. M. Sen. Taylor will accept the call of the 3rd party. SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS C A I *.»MM (7^30 a.m.) David A. Spear, student minister Sunday LeSSOn and wa terfront director at the Methodist Camp at Clear Lake, will discuss "Jonathan, Loyal Friend." ^ < 9:30 > The Salt Lake Tabernacle Choir and organ pro gram opens with the choir singing Haydn's "Lamb of God." T II I* A ftrt in (12:30) CBS dramatizes a tale of the French I 611 IT /\gam and mdian war during which a British colonel's daughter was rescued by a Mohican chieftain. < 2 P- m - KGLO & KGLO-FM) Ormandy j eads the Hollywood Bowl Symphony in an all-Tschaikowsky program which opens with the "Romeo and Juliet" overture. (3:30 KGLO & KGLO-FM) Baritone, Billy Leach will sing Caesar Petrillo'a newly published song "Back in the Heart of the Hills." USMIC ( 5 p.m.) Dorothy Siegried, mezzo-soprano who nour studied music while working for the Prudential Life Insurance Co., makes her network debut. ( 5 '-30) Brazilian singer Dick Farny and the 5-marx voca i group, Anjos do Inferno (Angeles from Hades) bring popular sambas of their native Brazil. r*f,\\f*A V (7:30) "X" planes to France to snare a slabber V*aiieu /V and d i spose O f a bacterial bombshell that threatens the world. (8 p.m. KGLO & KGLO-FM; Mon. -Fri. 3:30) Contestants continue as long as they answer questions correctly and rapidly. ( 8:3 ° KGLO & KGLO-FM) The Columbia concert orchestra will be conducted by tha distingushed Alfredo Antonini. Make Mine Music Prince r uUSe COHTiHU! REV. R. G. DUNBAR fifth week AT CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE 1702 Carolina Avc., S. E. Every night, except Monday and Saturday, at 8 o'clock. REV. AND MRS. R. G. DUNBAR, EVANGELISTS SUNDAY A. M.—Rev. Roy Foster, preaching. SUfVDAY P. M.—Rev. Elbert Dougherty, preaching. NORTHWEST DISTRICT RALLY at Open Bible Churches MONDAY, 8 P. M. Nclson-Moshier evangelistic team In charge of music. Rev. Dunbar preaching. Lt. Zebulon M. Pike, discoverer of the Colorado peak which bears his name, predicted in 1820 it would never be climbed, but it was climbed in 1820. FLASH! TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship 11 a. m. Palace Theater The Rev. Alvin N. Rogness, Pastor A Cordial Invitation to All RADIO BROADCAST KGLO — 10:15 A. M. Good news coming up! Real "buys" at Dillons. Keep your eye on the Globe-Gazette . . . and hear all about it over KGLO ... THE DILLON CO 2nd Door East of 1st National Bank "Our First Aim Is to Please You" THINK IT OVER LOWELL L. YOUNG New Polio Cases Bring Near Record in North Carolina Raleigh, N. C. (U.R)—North Carolina's infantile paralysis epidemic edged within a shade of the state's worst in history as 28 new cases reported to the state board of health boosted the year's total to 858. Fifteen counties joined in swelling the GUI-rent outbreak's toll to within 20 cases of the 878 struck in the 1944 epidemic. Buncombe county, center of the western mountain resort area, again led the list with 7 new victims. DO WE DESERVE PEACE? We must be blind and deaf if we cannot see and hear the judgments' of God. Wars and rumors of war have been sent to scourge a world that will not listen to "reason." (Isaiah 1:18). It is folly to look for security to the God whose laws we have broken. We may desire peace, but we do not deserve peace when we are "lovers of our own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God; having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof." (II Timothy 3:1-5)*. These plaguing evils, duplicated and compounded in the lives of millions, have brought us to Judgment and not blessing. "There is no peace, saith my God, to the wicked.' (Isaiah 57:2i). Courtesy of the ALLIANCE CHURCH 616 N. Delaware Algona Church Woman Dies at Cedar Rapids Algrona — Funeral Services for Mrs. Mathilda Ingersoll, 71, were held in thp Congregational church Saturday at 2 p. m. Mrs. Ingersoll died at Cedar Rapids where she had been taken to St. Luke's • hospital. An only child, Tyrrell Ingersoll, of the law firm of Elliott, Shuttlcworth and Ingersoll, lives there. The bod> was returned to Algona Friday. Mrs. Ingersoll was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Klamp She was born on a farm neai Colesburg Dec. 18, 1876. She came to Kossuth county with her parents in 1896 to a farm northeas of Algona. Her marriage to C. L. Ingersol took place Nov. 21, 1901. The couple lived their entire married life in a home on S. Minnesota stree here. Mr. Ingersoll died in April 1944. Mrs. Ingersoll was the daughte of an early day Methodist minis[ ter. She was active in all departments of the Methodist church She held both local and district offices in the church. For 42 years she was a Sunday school teacher in Algona. 1-2:0(1 NK\VS 12:15 Echoes of the Gay 90'c 12:30 Your American Music 1:00 Air Forces Hour 1 ::UI Kill CunninBhnm, News 1:45 Open Bible Church of the A!r 2:00 Summer Melodies 2:30 Life Begins at 80 3:00 House of Mystery 3:30 True Detective Mysteries 4:00 Do You Remember Music? 4:30 What Makes You Tick? 5:00 Those "/cbstcrs 5:30 Nick Carter, Detective G:00 rilESEN'TI.VG BAKU, MAI. AND .1A Y fi:30 Behind the Front Page 7:00 Meditation Board 7::tO Here's to Veterans 7:4S Twin Views of the News 0:00 Secret Mission S:30 It's a Living 9:00 Voices of Strings 9:30 Clary's Gazette 10:00 NEWS 10:15 Musical Scrapbook 10:30 Orriri Tucker's Orchestra ll):.->r, NEWS 11:00 Paul Sparr's Orchestra 11:15 George Winslow's Orchestra 11:30 Henry King's Orchestra 11:Jo NEWS Monday A. M. C:00 Farm Frolic Time 6:15 Jerry Smith (!:30 News and Markets GMO Yawn Patrol ?:»<) NKWS 7:15 Gooch Morning 7:30 Moments of Devotion 7:43 Reveille Rhythms R:0l) NEWS K:15 Or.ailc Valley Folks 0:30 Morning Musicale 9:00 The Lady Next Door 9:15 Faith In Our Time !I:M Say It With Music 10:00 Birthday Club 10:05 Vocal Visitor 10:15 Tell Your Neighbor 10:30 Heart's Desire 11:00 Kale. Smith Speaks 11:15 Fashions in Rhythm 11:30 Limchtime Serenade Monday P. M. :00 NEWS 12:15 Preston Sellers. Organist 12:30 Radio Farm Journal ] :0fl Queen For a Day 1:30 Grain Reporter 1:35 1. S. T. C. On the Air 2:00 Ball room in tho Sky i::;o MAJOK LEAGUE liASEBALL Winner Take AH Prtffx/ Rt»viow ( 9:3 0) CBS newsmen will review high- rariy IveYiew lights of the New Party's convention and analyze the 3rd party platform. Saturday P. M. 5:00 Baseball Scores, Pearson Candy Co. 5:05 Music as You Like It 5:20 Boy Scouts 5:25 Safety Tips 5:30 Guest Star 5:45 Sports Camera 0:00 News, P. G. <fc E. (Hoshal) C:15 Postmark Mason City G:30 Music by Martin 7:00 Sine It Again, CBS 8:00 The Morey Amsterdam Show. CBS 8:30 It Pays to Be Ignorant, Country Club "Beer, CBS 9:00 Third Party Convention, CBS 10:00 News, First National Bank (Harrer) 10:15 Relax and Listen 10:30 Vaughn Monroe's Orchestra. CBS 11:110 News, CBS 1!:05 George lowne's Orchestra. CBS 11:30 Ray Eberlc's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 News, CBS -Sunday Waterloo Case Waterloo'; (U.R)—"Russell Laslcy, Chicago, international vice president of Uic United Packinghouse Workers (CIO), Friday posted >GOO bond on a conspiracy charge n connection with the strike and ;iot at the Rath Packing company lere last May 19th. He is expected to .be arraigned early next week. Lasley is the last of 25 Rath strikers, who were indicted by the Black Hawk county grand jury for violence in the Rath Packing Co., riot May 19 to be arrested The other 24 were arraigned last Tuesday and all entered not guilty pleas. Their trials have been se for the September term of court Good Listening On KSMN 1000 Watts :& * Dial 1010 * 7:00 News. CBS 7:15 The Trumpeteers, CBS 7:30 Sunday Lesson Preview 8:fiO News, CllS 8:15 Chapel in the Sky S::>0 Lutheran Gospel Hour '.i:OI> Bible Broadcast, Radio Chapel 9:30 Salt Lake Choir. CBS 10:00 News, Warren Sweeney, Curtiss Candy Co., CBS 10:05 Singing Strings 10:15 Trinity Lutheran Church Program 10:30 Melody Parade 10:45 News (Kew) 11:00 Voice of Prophecy 11:30 Sunday Souvenirs 12:30 Tell It Again. CBS 1:00 The Wilson Hour, Wilson Packing Company 1:30 Milwaukee News (Kcw) Milwaukee Koad 1:45 One Man's Opinion, Mason City Globe-Gazette 2:00 Hollywood Bowl Symphony. CBS 3:30 Make Mine Music, CBS 4:00 Navy Band 4:l:> News (Kew) r. G. i E. 4:30 Sunday at the Cha.se, CBS 5:00 Family Hour, Prudential Insuranc Co., CBS 6:iu The Pause That Refreshes, Coca- Cola, Cl>S (5:00 Gene Autry, Wriitley's Gum, CBS fi:30 1U on ill p. Colgate Co.. CBS 7:00 Adventures of Sam Spade, Wild root Co., CBS 7:30 The Man Called "X," Frlgldaire, CI1S 8:00 Winner Take All. CBS 8:30 Columbia Concert Orchestra, CBS fl:flO Hollywood Shov.'ease, CBS 9:30 Third Party Platform Review, CB 101.1 Megacycles 0:00 News, Vance Music Co. (Hilton) 0:15 Here's to Vets 0:30 Dancinp at the Surf 1:00 News, CliS 1:05 Del Courtney's Orchestra, CBS . 1:30 Buddy Reed's Orchestra, CBS 1:3.-. News, CBS Monday A. M. (i:05 News 6:05 Military Band 6:10 Morning Rouser 6:25 Organ Reveries C:30 Farm Kejiorlcr, Stale Brand Cream- erics, Inc. (Randolph) CM. 1 * News (Harrer) 7:0(1 Rhythm Houndup, Zenor Motori 7:15 Tune Time 7::iO Keep Time with !)amons 8:15 llolsum Headlines, llolbum Bread (Hoslial) 8:30 Yesterday's Music, Cool Spring Canning Co. 8:43 Today In Osugc il:0(l Bible Broadcast, Radio Chipcl !):ir> Clear Lake On the Air 9:30 Waltz Time S:l:~> Coffee Time with Dous. Gildner's li):UO News Digest, Jacob E. Decker and Sons (Harrer) I0:t."> "Tater" Quiz, Hiland Potato Chlnj 10:30 Grand Slam. Wonder Bread, CBS 10:15 Mystery Melody Game 11:00 Wendy Warren, Genera! Foods, CBS 11:15 Betsy Ross Serenade, Pfaff Baklnff Company Jl:30 Home Town News, Nash Coffee Co., (Hoshal) 11:43 Farm Hook-Up Time Monday P. M. 12:00 Today's Markets r; :().-> The Man On the Street, rrilchard Motor Co. l'i:13 Noon Roundup, C u r r i e-Van Nest Hardware lC:3n News. Osco Drug (Hilton) ri:4."i Farm and Home Topic Time, St. 1'aul Livestock Market 1:00 The Second Mrs. Burton, General Foods. CBS 1:15 The Friendly Philosopher, Marshall and Swift I:.'{0 This Is Nora Drake, Ton! Co., CBS 1:1.1 Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters, Manhattan Soap, CBS 2:00 Arthur Godfrey Time, Chesterfield Clgarets, CBS 5:30 G. E. Houseparly, General Electric, Co., CBS 2:r>r» News, llol.sum Bread 3:00 "Hint Hunt, Armour and Co., CBS 3:25 Spotlight On a Star 3:30 Mailbag 4:00 Treasury Bandstand, CBS 4:jO Novel Time •}:50 KGLO Forum Channel No. 266- CIO Packinghouse Workers Sign New Contract With Swift Chicago, (U.R) —Ralph Hclstcin, president of the CIO United Packinghouse Workers, said Friday his union has reached agreement with Swift and Co. on a new one-year contract, covering 30,000 workers in 24 plants throughout the country. Helstcin's announcement said that the new contract is basically the same as the present one which expires Aug. 11. The new contract becomes effective at that time. It does not provide for wage increases above the scales now in effect, but wage clauses may be reopened on 30- days notice by cither party. Statue Gives Way for Parking Lot Dublin, (/P)—A statue of Queen Victoria which stood for 40 years outside Eire's parliament building was hauled down this week to make way for an automobile parking lot. Sculptured by an Irishman who seemingly had little enthusiasm for the job, the rotund statue, with heavy, scowling face, was widely derided as the nation's ugliest and "Ireland's revenge." Aged Manly Resident Succumbs at 91 Years Manly—tyTrs. Allen Keenan, 91, one of the oldest residents in Worth county, died at her home here Saturday morning alter a •long illness. Funeral services have been tentatively set for Monday morning at the Sacred Heart church, the Rev. Leo Derga officiating. Surviving are 5 children, as follows! Mrs. George Donavan, Minneapolis; J. F. Keenan, Clcarmont, N. H.; Miss Nellie, at home; Joseph H. Keenan, St. Cloud, Minn., and Louis Keenan of Chicago. Saturday P. M. 5:00 Afternoon Serenade fi:30 Speaking of Sports r>:\7> News, Harold Motors, Inc. <i:<!0 Music at Sundown ~:<IO News 7:05 Sign Off Serenade 7:-)3 Sipn Off Sunday A. M. 7:00 Sunday Morning Moods 7:30 News 7:-15 Your Community Chapel R:il() Kernels of Truth, Kcv. Jt'ollaclt ll:'M Org:m Melodies I):00 Melody Hour 10:00 News Uuori Songs for Sunday U:!10 The Concert Hour 1I::)0 Voice of the Army ll:4.i Sunday Serenade Sunday P. M. 12:30 News 1:00 Adventures in Music 1:30 Here's to Vets '1:45 Gardens for Freedom •2-.CIO Music as You Like It •J:l"> Happy Jake, Castle Club Ballroom 2:-if) Modes Modernc 3:0(1 News U:l>^ Musical Moments, IOWA Shoe Brokerage 3:3(1 Proudly We Hail 4:00 Sunday Symphonette f>:30 News S:4fi American Red Cross (i:00 Music at Sundown 7:00 News 7:05 The Dell Trio 7:1") Vacations Unlimited 7:30 Sitfn Off Serenade 7:45 Sisn Off Monday A. M. fi:00 Si);]-. On ii:IT> News, Hnrold Motors C-.ya Hey! C.ct Up! Charles City War Surplus Store 6:45 Agriculturally Speaking 7:00 Musical TNT 7:15 News, II. F. Goodrich 7:110 Musical TNT, Outlet Store 7:-!5 Weather Round-Up 7:50 Musical TNT R:(W News, "Chuck" I.rnnnn Bakery K:ir> Musiral TNT, Iowa Shoe Brokerage fl:30 Musical TNT 0:00 Musical TNT, Ral7.es Dcpt. Store ():!."> Musical TNT, Clear Lake Bakerr 9:30 The Four Knifihts fl:45 Airlnne Melodies 10:00 News, Andersen Music House (5:15) CBS newsman, Howard Smith, will interview the Third Party's choice for vice-president, Sen. Glen Taylor. Convention News (°'3° P-rn.) Bud Suter will be at the Roosevelt diamond to give you a complete picture o£ the Mason City Legionnaires vs. Rockwell game. SUNDAY HIGHL5GHTS 3rrl Pnrfrv Plntform ( U:3 ° ;i - m -'' That's the topic to be dis- jra rarvy nairorm cussed by Scn Glcn Tay]or - c _ B Bald . win, Wallace's campaign manager: Marquis Childs, political columnist; and Phelps Adams of the New York Sun. RnnAr rvupci (1:45) Roper reports results of n national poll to determine "Where the People Stand"' on the special session of Congress, civil rights etc. (6:45) The Agonizer quartet of the Clear Lake Chapter of SPEBSQSA (Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America) will endeavor to "keep America singing.'' (7:30) This Sunday the question is "Bishop Oxnam's Episcopal Address; Strong or Weak?" The panel is composed of the Rev. Lloyd Gustafson, the Rev. Wilbur Dierking, the Rev. Joel Dobbe, and the Rev. Norria Peterson. Churchmen Speak 10:0.1 Hour 11:1)1) Kitchen Kwlz Klnb, Waff Baking 11:15 Music for Ihc Mrs. ll::iu r.irly Line*, Gamble Stores Monday P. M. 13:00 Scnr.i Serenade 12:10 U. P. Commentary, Laplner Motors l'J:i^ News, Iowa Hardware Mulnalx l'i:'M Rural Round-tip, Graham !M«w I :OI) T. Dorscy Show, Charles City Hour :2:UO North wood Hour 2:30 Iowa ValU on the Air H:nO News 3:03 Pipes of Melody 3:15 Meet the Dnnd Saturday P. M. 5:00 Grlfflnc Bancroft and the News, CBS 5:15 Third Party Convention, CBS 5:30 You Shall Have Music KM5 You Shall Have Music, Pfaff 6:00 You Shall Have Music fi:30 News G:V5 Your Kew On Sports, Slate Farm Insurance fU'iO Man On the Street, Prltchard 7:00 Sing It Again, CBS 8:00 Styles In Song K:1X News, R»y Seney 0:30 Mason City Legionnaires vs. Rockwell (Roosevelt Field) 10:30 Grcnt Moments In Music 11:15 Sign Off Sunday 10:00 Morning Prnyer, Rev. Bcrgcson 10:15 The Newxmakers, CBS 10:3D Sweet nnd Low 11:00 Invitation to Learning, CBS 11:30 People's Platform, CBS IZtftO News, Carrie-Van Ness 12:15 Families Need Parents 12:30 Tell It Again, CBS 1:00 At the Opera 1:30 Meaning of the News, CBS 1:45 Elmo Roper, Where the People Stand, CSS 2:00 Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra, CBS 3:30 Make Mine Music, CBS 4:00 Music for Listening 4:30 Sunday nt the Chase. CBS 5:00 Marine Story, Roger Pryor 5:15 Ono Man's Opinion 5:30 You Shall Have Music 6:30 New* 6:45 Barber Shop Quartet of' Clear 7:00 Concert Fnvorltej 7:30 The Churchmen Spcnk 8:00 Winner Tako All, CBS 8:30 Columbia Concert Orchestra CBS fl:IMl News 0:15 fire.U Moments in Music. Vane* 10:00 Sitfn Off MONDAY MORNING 10:00 Office Hours 10:30 At the Keyboard 10:45 That Mnn with the Band 11:00 Memo: To All Homes 11:00 Neighborhood News, Glob** CiRirtte 11:15 To Hie Iloinoinakcr 11:30 To the Family l'i:00 News, WornihoucH Monday A. M. 12:15 Markets and Farm News 12:25 Melody Lane 2:00 Here's to Veterans, Percy Faith Program 2:15 Guest Star. Jimmy Durame and PcgRy Leo 2:30 Ttninbnw Rendezvous 3:iS CRS News. CMS 3:30 Winner Take All, CBS 4:00 Treasury Bandstand, Stan Doueh- erty, CBS 4:30 Platter Time Monday*P. M. 12:15 Markets nnd Farm News 12:25 Melody Lime 2:00 Here's to Veterans, Percy r»lMl Program 2:15 Guest Stnr, Jimmy Dm-ante and Pe«f?y Leo 3:3t) Rainbow Rendezvous .fr'-'S Cits News, CBS 3:30 Winner Ttalie All, CBS 4-.00 Treasury Bandstand, Stan DouiH. erty, CBS ^^ 4:30 Platter Time

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