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1 City Mundt Wants Revised Bill Mew Measure Would Not Outlaw Reds Iowa City, (XP)_Rep. Karl E. Mundt (R-SD) says efforts will be made to pass a revised version of the Mundt-Dixon bill during the special .session congress. Mundt said in an interview Friday night the major objection to the original bill was that the measure would outlaw communist party. The bill would have made it unlawful for any organization to advocate establishment of totalitarian dictatorship in the United States. It also would have required the communist party to register all members and all c^nmunist front organizations in the United States. The revised version, Mundt said, would require communists to register. He did not give any other provisions of the revised measure. Not to Outlaw Party "We have made it so plain that this bill is not for outlawing the communist party that a blind man with a cane in the basement at midnight could tap it out," he said. In a speech Friday night, Mundt called for a 6-point "American doctrine" that "at least the secretary of state can understand." The 6 points included: Declaration by both major parties to "help those capable of direct resistance to aggressive moves," a well-financed information program abroad; abandonment of the Morgehthau plan to reduce Germany to an agricultural state; cessation of arms and machinery tool shipments to Russia; "cleaning out" of traitors in the U. S. government. Gromyko Sails for Home Aboard Liner Gripsholm New York, (U.R)—Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko, famed for his vetoes in the United Nations, sails Friday for home on the liner Gripsholm. Gromyko's successor as soviet representative at the UN, Jacob M. Halik, took over Russia's seat on the security council Thursday. THINK IT OVER! LOWELL L. YOUNG "Immensity is," as Dr. Dale says, "the only adequate symbol of the vastness of the love of Christ." Its four magnitudes ' are a study \for eternity, breadth of it! 'God so '{loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son.' (John 3:16). The length of it! ' I have founi loved t h e e with an everlasting love." (Jeremiah 31:3). The depth of it! 'God commandeth His love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.' (Romans 5:8). The height of it! 'Unto Him that loved us . . . and hath made us kings and priests unto God. 1 (Revelation 1:5, 6). The love of Christ led Him to become the Lamb of God bearing away the sin of the world. That is REDEMPTION. The love of Christ should lead us to throw ourselves on our knees in tearful contrition and to yield ourselves to Him forever and for evermore. That is REPENTANCE. Courtesy of the ALLIANCE CHURCH 616 N. Delaware it/ l a Aon ADVENTIST Seventh Day—1516 S. Delaware. Ervin ?unk, pastor. Services every Saturday. Sabbath school, 8:45. Church services, 11. Gospel ALLIANCE Tabernacle—616 N. Delaware. Lowell L. Young, pastor. Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Worship, 10:45 a. m. Message: "The Cause of Defeat." Evangelis- :ic service, 8 p. m. Young people's fellowship Tuesday, 8 p. m. Prayer, praise and Bible study, Wednesday, 8 p. m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD Asiembly Cliurch—1615 Delaware N. E. Sunday school. 10:15 a. m. Worship hour, 11:15 a. m. Children's church, 11:15 a. m. Christ Ambassadors youth service, 7:15 p. m., under the leadership of Nimrod Anderson. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Wednesday midweek, 8 p. m. "Sermons in Song," Sunday, 8:30 a. m., heard over WNAX. The Rev. Louis L. Roggow. BAPTIST First—W here Pennsylvania crosses service. At 11:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. the International Lutheran hour. Wednesday, 8 p. m., semi-annual congregation meeting. C. A. Hinz, pastor. Central—329 E. State. The Rev. M. O. Lee, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45. Chief service, sermon, "The Church as Shepherd." Immanuel—Sunday school, 9 a. m. Divine worship. 10 a. m.. sermon, "The Church as Shepherd" by Pastor Marvin O. Lee. Central Lutheran church. Ernest A. Bergeson. pastor. St. James—502 Sixth S. E. Sunday school and adult Bible class, 9:45 a. m. Early services, 8:30 a. m. Junior choir: "All Things Beautiful and Fair," by R. R. Peery. Late services, 10:45 a. m. Senior choir: "A Safe Retreat," by Mrs. Carrie B. Adams. Sermon, "The Love of God Which Is in Christ Jesus." Brotherhood meets at 8 p. m. E. M. Mueller, supply Prices Pat Leftovers on Dinner Table Chicago, (U.R)—High meat prices are putting leftovers on American dinner tables, a nationwide survey among housewives showed Saturday. All the old tricks for making a roast last a week are used across :he nation, the survey showed. Women in Chicago, Miami, Dallas, Detroit, New York, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Atlanta, and Denver admitted they serve much hash and a lot of roast en pastor. Trinity—Sunday school visual lesson, State. The Rev. H. P. Rumford, pastor. 9:30 Sunday school. 10:45 Morning worship. Sermon: "A Church With an Open Door." Mrs. Earl Ehlers, organist. Miss Rheon Woodward, music director. St. John's—July 19 youth day. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Worship, 11 a. m. The Rev. Pollard of Kansas City, Mo., will be the guest speaker. B. T. U., 6:30 p. i. Worship, 8 p. m. CATHOLIC St. Joseph's—Sunday masses at 6:30, 8, 9 and 10:30. The Very Rev. Patrick F. Malone, pastor. Father Alvin Heurlng 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—Adams at 4th St. N. W.—9:30. Bible school. 10:30. Morning worship. •The Word of Faith Which We Preach." George O. Marsh, minister. Flute solo: "Offertolre," Donjon, M r s. William Haynes, CHURCH OF CHRIST New Testament Church—Y. \V. C. A. (Decker room). Burdett Wakeman, minister. 7:45, Christian's Hour broadcast, WMT. 9:45, Bible school. 10:45, Worship and Communion. Sermon: "Christ a Reality In Us," Romans 8:35-39. li. Evangelistic service. Solo by William Seeley. Sermon: "The Faith of the God Fearing," Hebrews 11:30-40. 8, Monday through Friday Evangelistic services with special music each night. Tuesday, 12:45, broadcast over KICM. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST First—Washington at Third St. N. W. Sunday service, 11. Subject: MLife." 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. Helfenstein, minister. Special summer services each Svinday morning at 10:45. Guest speaker the Rev. Paul Jackson o£ Manson. Topic: "Dynamic Changelessness." Mrs. J. E. Stinehart, organist. Mrs. Max Bokmeyer. acting music director. COVENANT First—Maple Drive at Tennessee. Norris M. Peterson, pastor. Bible school, 10 a. m. Worship, 11 a. m.' Topic of the message: "Confidence in God." No evening service during July and August. Thursday evening at 8. midweek service. Miss Pansy Ostberg, conference parish worker, will be in charge. EPISCOPAL St. John's—First N. E. at Pennsylvania. The Rev. Arthur E. Pritchett. rector. 8 a. m. Holy Communion. 9:45, church Trinity church, 9:45 a. m. KGLO sermon broadcast, 10:15 a. m. Morning worship, Palace theater, 11. Pastor Rogness preaching. Vocal solo, "I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked," O'Hara, by John Brookins. 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 Call of the World," Doctor Gustafson. The quartet will sing: "I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes," Galbraith. Mrs. Harold Wolfe will sing: "You Ask Me How I Gave My Heart to Christ" b.y Ware. Mrs. Dodge will play: "Song of Triumph," Rogers; "Idylle," Overholt; "Andantino in D," Lemare, and "Postlude in D," Sheppard. Free—The Rev. E. L. Bailey, pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m. Worship, 11. Y. P. M. S. Sunday evening at 7:30 in Y. P room. Adult class in the auditorium al 7:30. Evening message by the pastor, 8 p. m. Young People's midxveek meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. Church midweek prayer service Thursday at 8 p. m. C. Y C. meeting at church, Saturday at 7 p. m Union Memorial—CIO Fourth N. E. Jordan Ray, pastor. Church school at 9:45 a. m. Worship at 11 a. m. The Rev. E. M Taylor of Waterloo will preach Sunday morning. Many friends are coining from Waterloo with the Rev. M. Taylor. Wesley—Pennsylvania and 14th S. E PauL Arnold Peterson, D. D., minister 0:30 a. m., Sunday school. Senior M. Y. F 10:45, Worship. Carole Hobbs, substitut ing at the organ for Mrs. Carlson, "God Is a Spirit." Bennett, and 'Postlude in E Plat," Duncan. Mrs. Dorothy Gettman soloist, "Come Ye Blessed," Scott. Doc tor Peterson, "When Winter Comes." PRESBYTERIAN First—Washington nt 9th N. W. Wilbur Frank Dierking, minister. Morning worship at 11. The Rev.. Fay Charllng Mills, D. ID., of Omaha. Nebr., will preach. Sermon: "The Province o£ the Pew." Mrs. Roy Servlson. organist; Mrs. Kermit Larson, soloist. Cliurch school at 11 for nursery beginners und primary departments. OPEN BIBLE First Church of the Open Bible—1702 Carolina S. E. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Worship, 11. Message by the Rev. R. G. Dunbar; theme, "Lord's Prayer." Young people's service, 7 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8. Message by the Rev. R. G. Dunbar. Pastor, the Rev. Elbert Dough- casserole. Once a Week In many homes, meat is served only once or twice a week. Substitutes, like cheese and chicken, are prevalent. But many insisted a working man needs meat. Mrs. S. E. Lee of Dallas said she uses vegetables from her own garden to beat high prices. A Denver housewife, Mrs. R. G. Fritzen, serves deer. Against OPA Meanwhile, James Elliott, National Association of Retail Meal Dealers president, warned against a buyers' strike or price controls. He charged such methods discourage meat production on farms and ranges. Prices will come down when production goes up, he said. Navy Reserve Ranks Made Permanent Washington, (fP) —The navy Friday for the 1st time since June 30th, 1942, authorized permanent appointments for officers in the navy reserve, effective August 1. About 292,000 officers in the reserve will be affected. The result will be to place the permanent rank structure of the reserve on a basis paralleling that of the regular navy. This stabilization will permit reserve officers to become eligible for future promotions at the same time as their regular navy contemporaries. It is estimated, for example, that about 20,000 i-eserve ensigns will become eligible for promotion to lieutenant (junior grade) this On the Radio Beam SATUBDAY NIGHT NETWORK HIGHLIGHTS ABC—7:00 Detective; 7:30 Amaztaf Mr. Malone; 8:00 Gang Busters; 8:30 What's My 'Name; 0:00 i'rof. Quli; 6:30 Hayloft Hoedown. CBS—1:00 Sine It Again; 8:00 Morey Amsterday; 8:30 It Pays to Be It- no rant; 0:00 Let's Dance, America. MRS—7:110 211 Questions; 7:»0 Stop Me; 8:011 Three For the Money; yiW) Chicago Theater. NBC—7:00 Dance Date; 8:00 Hit Parade; 8:HO Judy Canova; 9:30 Grand Old Opry. Overell Estate Worth $309,977 Los Angeles, (A*) —Eighteen-year- old Beulah Louise Overell, whose parents were killed aboard their dynamited yacht last year, hat-Ml estate worth $309,977. This was disclosed in probate court by her executors Thursday^ The girl and her.former lover, George Gollum, were acquitted of murder charges in the deaths of her parents, Financier Walter F. Overell and his wife. DIAL 1300 CBS 5,000 WATTS year. Reserve officers will be permanently appointed to the highest grade, exclusive of restricted "spot" appointments, in which they serve satisfactorily on active duty under temporary appointments, and in which their regular navy contemporaries are now serving. Good Listening On KSMN 1000 Watts Dial 1010 The Holy Communion Ser- special music. 11, nursery school. 11 monet and school. EVANGELICAL Grace—Fourteenth N. W. and Adams. F. W. Wendland, pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m. Worship service 11 o'clock. Anthem by choir. Sermon by pastor. GREEK ORTHODOX Transfiguration — 1401 N. Washington. The Rev. Father Ambrose G. Giannoukos. Vespers and confessions every Saturday, 7. Sunday Matins, 9:30. High mass, 10:45. Holy days, 9:30. Catechism lor children, 6 to 6:30 every Friday. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Jehovah's Witnesses services at 1C17 S. Federal. Watchtower study, "Operation of the Holy Spirit" Sunday, 7 p. m. LUTHERAN Bethlehem—Between 4th and 5th on Delaware N. E. At 8:30 a. m. Sunday school. At 9:30 a. m. the first service. Pastor's sermon: "Who, Then. Can Be Saved?*' At 10 a. m. the service goes on the air over KICM: "Bringing Christ to the Community." At 10:30 a. m. the 2nd Wesley Methodist Church "The Church with the Chimes" Pennsylvania and Fourteenth Southeast 10:45 Dr. Peterson Preaches: "WHEN WINTER COMES" Mrs. Dorothy Gettman, Soloist erty. INTERDENOMINATIONAL Radio Chapel—112 Pennsylvania N. E. Carl J. Senlman, pastor. 9 a. m.. KGLO. Sunday school lesson; 10 a. m., Bible school. Evangelist Fred W. Julius speaks on "The Incomparable Christ," at the 11 worship service; 7 p. m., Llvewires, Teen-agers and young people's services; B p. m., evangelistic service with Evangelist Fred W. Julius speaking on "Life's Greatest Tragedy." Daily Bible broadcast 9 a. m., KGLO. Thursday, 8 p. m. Bible study and prayer service. Hershey to Draft Post Appointed to New Peacetime Position Washington, (U.R)—President Truman Saturday appointed Maj. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, head of selective service in World war II, to direct the new peacetime draft. At the same time, the white house disclosed that a proclamation fixing the date for registration of youths 18 through 25 is being prepared and will be issued soon. Hershey now is in charge of selective service records of World war II. His appointment was an interim one. Hershey's appointment probably will be sent to the senate for confirmation when congress reconvenes in special session July 26. Thornton Man Dies at Home Funeral to Be Monday for Hans J. Bramson Thornton—Hans J. Bramson, 62, retired farmer and lifelong resident of this vicinity, died at his home here at 4 a. m. Saturday. He B-29s Arrive at Air Base in Britain Scamptem Air Base, Eng:., (U.P.)— American B-29s came back to U. S. wartime bases in England Saturday. A fleet of superfortresses landed here for 3 to 5 weeks of exercises Germany. before going on to had lived in town 6 years. Survivors are the widow, 3 TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship II a. m. Palace Theater The Rev. Alvin N. Rogness. Pastor A Cordial Invitation to All RADIO BROADCAST KGLO — 10:15 A. M. sons, Raymond and Clarence of Thornton and Lawrence of Talo, and one daughter, Mrs. Mabel Zickefoose, a nurse at Fort Dodge. Funeral services will be held Monday at 1:30 p. m. at the home and at 2 p. m. at the American Lutheran church. Burial will be in the Thornton cemetery. "Life's Greatest Tragedy" Hear This Message by FRED W. JULIUS 8 P. M. - Sunday - July 18 Soul-Moving Music Led by TED MARSH, Associate Radio Chapel Carl J. Senlman, Pastor 9 a.m.—DAILY BD3LE BROADCAST—KGLO 10 a. m.—Bible School 11 a. m.—"The Incomparable Christ" Yon will find a friendly welcome at the services at Air-Conditioned Radio Chapel. Omaha Pastor to Preach at Presbyterian Church The Rev. Fay Charling Mills, D. D., of the Pearl Memorial Methodist church of Omaha, Nebr., will be the guest minister at the First Presbyterian church Sunday, it was announced by the Rev. Wilbur F. Dierking. His sermon subject will be "The Province of the Pew." Doctor Mills is a graduate of Nebraska Wesleyan university at Lincoln and of the Boston theological seminary- He has completed graduate studies at the Iliff theological seminary at Denver, Colo., and did graduate work in the field of philosophy at Harvard university. The honorary degree of doctor of divinity was conferred upon him by Nebraska Wesleyan. He has served pastorates in Jamaica Plains, Mass., and Nebraska, and he was a member of the religious faculty at the university of Omaha. Dr. and Mrs. Mills are visiting at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Dierking, 222 Taylor N. W. Rev. Dierking announced that Sunday's service will be the last until September 5. Inbound from the United States, the trail blazers of the first U. S. operational bombers stationed in the United Kingdom since Gen. CarL A. Spaatz' massive armada was dismantled after the war landed at 6:33 a. m. (1:33 a. m. EOT). In their, wake roared the remainder of 2 complete bomb groups of 60 fully manned super- fortresses, bringing an aerial army of about 1,500 men to England. The giant B-29's came down at the Scampton, Marham and Waddington air bases, clustered around the town of Lincoln in east-central England some 115 miles north of London and just inland from, the North sea. Indicative of urgency in the current operation, an air ministry spokesman said the Scampton base alerted only Friday to prepare for visitors from America. Finest Horses in 2 States in Local Showing The show ring was ready for Mason City's 8th annual horse show Saturday and Sunday at the North Iowa fairgrounds and the stables were fast filling up with some of the finest saddle and driving horses in Iowa and Minnesota. Presented under the auspices of the Mason City Saddle club, 24 classes will be shown during the 2 evening performances, starting each evening at 8 o'clock. The 2 showings will be entirely different, with the big money awards being presented Sunday night. Free parking will be provided inside the fairgrounds. A. L. "Bud" Kinney, Grundy Center, will be the judge and Harlan Conley, Des Moines, ringmaster. L. E. Peters, Mason City, will bo the announcer, and the show will be under the direction of B. E. Nichols. Earl Hunt's orchestra will furnish the music for the show. The committees have completed a fine list of entries from some of the outstanding stables in this section. The Ridgeway stables o[ Waterloo; Le Beau, St. Paul, Minn.; Welco stables, Spencer; Curley's Golden Horse stables, Des Moines; the Crawford stables, Des Moines; Oakloaf stables, Elrnore, Minn.; Vander Veer stables, Fort Dodsc; E. A. Trueblood, Osage; Coonlcy stables, Hampton; the Ralph Kuenkle stables, DCS Moines. and many others in the area will be represented. It is expected, that this will be the 2nd best show in Iowa this year, with many of the entries headed for the international and midwestern shows. Saturday P. M. 5:00 Afternoon Serenade 5:30 Speaking o£ Sports 5:45 News, Harold Motors G:00 Music at Sundown 7:00 News 7:05 Sign Off Serenade 7:45 Sign Off Sunday A. M. 7:00 Sunday Morning Moods 7:30 News 7:45 Your Community Chapel 8:00 Kernels of Truth, Kev. Pollack 8::tO Organ Melodies 9:00 Melody Hour 10:00 News 10:05 Songs for Sunday 11:00 The Concert Hour 11:30 Voice of the Army 11:45 Sunday Serenade (7 p.m., KGLO & KGLO-FM) "Sing It Again" present* two new'voices. One is vocalist Fran Warren, the other $13,000 the "Phantom Voice," whose identity is worth $13,000. Amsterdam Show tunate night club comedian. (8 p.m.) A laugh-packed edition with Morey Amsterdam, loveable but unfor- Baseball Sunday P. M. 12:30 News 1:00 Adventures in Music 1:30 Here's to Vets 1:45 Gardens for Freedom 2:0(1 Music as You Like It 2:1S Happy Juke, Custle Club Ballroom 2:45 Modes Modernc 3:00 News 3:15 Musical Moments, la. S. Brokerage 3:30 Proudly We Hail 4:00 Sunday Symphonette 5:30 News 5:45 American Red Cross G:00 Music at Sundown 7:00 News 7:05 The Dell Trio 7:15 Vacations Unlimited 7:30 SiRii Off Serenade 7:45 Sign Off Monday A. M. 5:30 Agriculiurally Speaking <;:«(> News, Harold Motor C:15 Agriculturally Speaking G::iO Hey! Get Up! Charles City War Surplus (5:45 Agriculturally Speaking 7:00 Musical TNT 7:15 News, R. K. Goodrich 7:30 Musical TNT, Outlet Store 7:45 Weather Roundup 7:50 Musical TNT 8:00 News, "Chuck" Lennan Bakery 8:1.1 Musical TNT, Iowa Shoe Brokerage fl:30 Musical TNT 0:00 Musical TNT, Rt Ires Dcpl. Store 0:1.1 Musical TNT. Clour Lake Bakery 9-.XO The Four Knights 3:45 Airlanc Melodies 10:111) News, Anderson Music House 10:05 Alcona Hour 11:00 Kitchen Kwlz Khib, Pfaff Baking 11:15 Music for the Mrs. 11:30 Pnrty Line Monday P. M. r-':nfl Scars Serenade 12:10 I!. I 1 . Commentary l'l:ir< News, Iowa Hardware Mutual: 1!!:30 Rural Koundup, Graham Plow Co. 1:01) T. Horsey Show, Charles City Hour 2:00 Northwonri. Hour 2:30 Iowa Falls On the Air 3:00 Pipes of Melody 3:55 Meet the Band 3:45 U. S. Navy Band _ (8:30) "It Pays to Be Ignorant" assembles ' radio's least qualified quiz experts— Harry McNaughton, Lulu McConnell and George Shelton. (KGLO-FM, 8:30 P. M.; 9 P. M., KGLO) Mason City Legionnaires vs. Dubuque means a good ball game, especially with Bud Sutei- reporting. ' , SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS (7:30 a.m.) The Rev. L. E. Barrett of the Gospel Tabernacle of Clear Lake will lead the Sunday_, School Lesson on the air and his topic is "Naomi, Woman of Faith." W C i H-fl (1:45 p.m. KGLO; 5:15 p.m. KGLO-FM) The . Carl null Globe-Gazette editor's quarter hour commentary this week will be in the nature of a review of the democratic national convention covered by him as a reporter. (2 p.m.) The Hollywood Bowl Symphony orchestra, directed by Eugene Ormandy, gives its initial transcontinental broadcast. i • j (5 p.m.) Evelyn Case, lovely young American "Our soprano, has been called back to appear as a guest of the "Family Hour." TU D c-« (5^30) Pause and be refreshed by the lively rhumbas I Me rOUSe an( j melodic boleros offered by Cuba's glamorous soprano, Martha Perez. (6 p.m.) Radio's no. 1 cowboy crooner, Gene Autry, sings "A Boy from Texas" and other Cowboy Crooner ballads on CBS' "Gene Autry Show." ni ij (6:30) A neighborly impulse to help the pretty widow DlOn ate w ^ 0 ^ as j us t moved into town lands Dag wood in trouble with "Blondie." D«c.«- M » a <. PASIJ-A < 7;30 ' " The Man Called x " fiies to the I\esrorCS reuce Marianas to ferret out a greedy assasin and restore peace among the natives. DU:i«^«I^U;« R 0n r>r+ < 8:3 ° KGLO & KGLO-FM) A com- rniiaaeipnia iveporr ple t e record of the Democratic convention as edited from thousands of feet of wire recordings made of all nomination happenings. (9 p.m.) Four talented professional' entertainers will be presented by the «i II J HOllyWOOd versatile emcee Mickey Rooncy. "Habit" sea, "Habit." * «V ill •T* *S* (9:30) CBS' mystery thriller "Escape" gives a post-' poned presentation of F. R. Buckley's tale of heroism at ?r 3$> First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Adams at Fourth N. W. The Church Beautiful With Pictures and Chimes Sunday Worship at 10:30 A. M. 'The Word of Faith Which We Preach George O. Marsh, Minister Devotions — Monday to Friday .Each Morning 7:30 to 7:45 KICM (1440) on Your Dial Gov. Blue Sells Des Moines Home DCS Moines, (/P)—Gov. Robert D. Blue has disclosed the sale of the Blues' home in Des Moines. They have moved into the redbrick residence at Camp Dodge. Edward S. Maher, former manager of the Hotel Fort Des Moines, has purchased the Des Moines home from Blue. The governor bought the place in 1945 after he was unable to find a suitable home to rent in Des Moines. He is .reported to have paid $16,000 for the 4-bedroom house. Attempt to Avert Ford Strike Fails Detroit, (U.R) — Federal conciliator efforts to bring the Ford Motor company and CIO United Auto Workers together and avert a threatend walkout failed Friday. Justin McCormick of the federal conciliation service said John S. Bugas, Ford vice president in charge of industrial relations, "changed his mind" about a meeting late Friday. KICM MUTUAL TALL CORN Zachary Taylor wanted to appoint Abraham Lincoln governor of the Oregon territory but Mrs. Lincoln disapproved. Teamsters Ask for Wilson Election Cedar Rapids, (/P)—The AFL Teamsters union local here has petitioned the National Labor Relations Board of an election to certify the union as the bargaining representative of the Wilson Meat Packing Co. garage employes here. The CIO United Packing House Workers Union Local has been representing the Wilson garage employes. The Teamsters Union has been representing the Wilson truck drivers. The AFL Mcatcullers Union has notified Wilson company officials that it now represents the Packinghouse Workers for bargaining purposes, though the Union Local has not yet asked the NLRB to hold an election. 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 C:00 News, P. G. i E. Oloshal) G:i5 Postmark Ma.son City 6:30 Music by Martin 7:00 Sing It Again, CBS B:00 The Morey Amsterdam Show, CBS 8:30 It rays to Be Ignorant, Country Club Beer, CBS 9:00 Dubuque-M a s o n City Baseball Game 10:00 News, Vance Music Co. (Hosha!) 10:15 Relax and Listen 10:30 Larry Clinton's Orchestra, CBS 11:00 News, CBS 11:05 George Towne's Orchestra, CBS 11:30 Hay Eberle's Orchestra, CBS 1-4:00 News, CBS Sunday DECORAI! MAN DEAD ' Waukon, (/P)—Albert Bender, 54, Decorah, was found dead Friday in a room he had rented here Thursday night. Officers said Bender had suffered a heart at- I tack. Truman Dismisses Meyer as Member of Air Force Washington, (/P) — President Truman Friday dismissed retired Maj. Gen. Bennett E. Meyers from the air force. Meyers was convicted last March by a federal jury of inducing a former business associate to lie under oath to a senate committee. The committee was investigating wartime aviations contracts held by a firm in which Meyers was financially interested. Subsequently he was sentenced to serve 20 months to 5 years in prison. The dismissal order was released by the white house without comment. THIEF LEAVES CHECKS Boone, (U.P.)—Police here Saturday were seeking the thief who took $88 in cash and $534 in I checks nt the Allcrs Motor Co. A janitress in a theater in another part of town found the checks shoved Into an open box office window at noon Friday. YOU SHOULDN'T MISS . . . an V~>a,rb y tl/lal and At Three talented musicians — Barbara Ann Hansen, soprano of Manly; Malcom Westley, tenor and pianist, also of Manly, and Jay Spurgeon, baritone, Mason City. EVERY SUNDAY EVENING 6:00 P. M. KICM- 1490 ON YOUR DIAL MUTUAL STATION 1490 ON YOUR DIAL Saturday P. M. 4:30 Rendezvous with Rose 5:00 Take a Number 5:30 True or False G:00 Hawaii Calls 0:30 News fi:45 Sports Hi-Lltes 7:00 Twenty Questions 7:30 Stop Me I£ You've Heard This 11:00 Marine Story fi:15 Swing Session 8:M HASEr.AM,: M A S O N CITY vi. DURLiCHJE 10:30 News 10:45 Stan Kcnton's Orchestra 11:00 Gcorfte Winslow's Orchestra 11:30 Barclay Allen's Orchestra 11:55 News 12:00 •'Curfew Club" 1:00 Sign Off Sunday A. M. S:00 Tone Tapestries fl:30 Orpan Reveries 8:45 Bethel Chapel on the Air 9:00 Showers of Blessing D:15 Music for Sunday 9:4f> News 10:00 Bethlehem t.utheran: "Bringing Christ to the Community" 10:30 Melody Merry-Bo-Round 11:20 Lutheran Hour: "Bringing Christ to the Nations" Sunday P. M. 1!:OD News 12:15 Meet Michael O'Duffcy 12:3X1 Your American Music 1:00 Air Forces Hour 1:30 Bill Cunningham, News 1:-15 Open Bible Church of the Air 2:(1(1 Summer Melodies 2:30 Life Begins at BO 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 Webstcrs 5:30 Nick Carter. Detective fi-.no Presenting Barb. Mai and Jay 11:10 Drhiiu! the Front Page 7:00 Meditation Board 7:30 Here's to Veterans 7:45 Twin Views of the News 11:00 Secret Mission R:30 It's a Living 9:00 Voices of Strings !):30 Clary's Gazette 10:00 News 10:15 Musical Scrapbook 10:30 Eddy Howard's Orchestra 10:55 News 11:00 Paul Spnrr's Orchestra 11:15 George Winslow's Orchestra 11:30 Henry King's Orchestra 11 :55 News 12:00 Sign Off Monday A. 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Wendland 10:15 The Newsmakers, CBS 10:30 Sweet anH Low 11:00 Invitation to Learning, CDS 11:30 People's Platform, CBS 12:00 Nnwii, Wormhoudl 12:lft Playbnll 12:23 Chicago Cubs vs. Philadelphia Phil- Hen (rloiibleheader) 5:00 Mnrlnc Story, John Carradlnc Jt:15 One Mnn's Opinion fi:30 You Shall Have Music 6:30 News 6:45 Families Need Pai' 7:00 Concert Favorites 7:30 The Churchmen Spenk 8:00 Winner Take All, CBS «:30 Philadelphia Report, CBS 0:UO News, Ray Srncy 0:15 Groat Moments in Muilc, Vane* 10:00 Sign Off Monday A. M. 10:00 Office Hours 10:30 At the Keyboard 10:45 That Man With the Band 11:00 Memo: To All Homes 11:00 Neighborhood Newi. Giob*- GazetU 11:15 To the Homcmaker 11:30 To the Family 1S:0« News, Wcrmhovdt v . Monday P, M. 12:15 Markets nnd Farm News 12:25 Chicago Cubs vs. Philadelphia Phfl-. lies 2:30 Melody Lane 2:55 Broadway and Vine. CBS .1:00 Rainbow Rendezvous 3:?» Cns News, CRS 7:30 Winner Take All, CBS 4:00 The Bob Clausen Show _ ,

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