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2 IB)* it. IMS MMW CHy Ol*k«-4teMtte. MMMCNr.lt. Iowa Woman Wins Radio Show Contest Hollywood (ff) — A 65-year-old Iowa housewife was announced as the winner Saturday of more than $30,000 in prizes for writing the best letter in a radio show contest. The lucky winner is Mrs. B. M. Lawrence of Shenandoah. Her letter on fighting juvenile delinquency was judged the best in a contest sponsored by the "Abbott and Costello Kid Show," carried by the American Broadcasting company. Mrs. Lawrence, whose husband is unemployed, will be flown to Hollywood and will appear on the. Abbott and Costello show July 24 to receive her rich collection of prizes. They include a $5,000 mink coat, a 4-place airplane, a 4-door sedan, a house trailer, a 2-week expenses-paid-vacation with her husband at a Las Vegas, Nevada, hotel; a round-trip to and a week's stay in Hollywood, jewelry and household appliances. If Ha Aon L^ltu Cmmr/t New Minister |Meat Cutters at Charles City River Bugs Take Over at Charles City Charles City—Millions of river bugs emerged from the Cedar river during the night and plagued pedestrians in of Main street. the bright lights ADVENTUT S«T«*th D»y— 1518 S. Delaware. Ervln Funk pastor. Services every Saturday. Sabbath school, 9:45. Church services, 11. ALLIANCE QMMI Tak«HMl*— «1S Delaware N. E. Lowell L. Young, paitor. Bible school, 9:49 ». m. Worship, iO:45 a. m. Message. "The Fall of Jericho." Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Young People's Fellowship, Tuesday, 8 p. rn. Women's Missionary Prayer Band, Wednesday, 2 p. m. Prayer and. Bible study, Wednesday, 8 p. m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD Assembly Church— 1615 Delaware N. B. Louis L. Roggow, pastor. Sunday school, 10:15 a. m. Worship hour, ll:iS. Children's church, 11:15. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m., Wednesday, 8 p. m. "Sermons in Song" Sunday, 8:30 a. m. heard over WNAX. BAPTIST First — Where Pennsylvania crosses State. The Rev. H. P. Rumford, pastor. 9:30, Sunday school. 10:45, Morning worship, Sermon: "A Church That Was Spiritually Dead." A special business meeting will be held following morning worship. Mrs. Earl Ehlers, organist. Miss Rheon Woodward, music director. St. John's— Sunday school, 9:45. Morning worship, 11. Sunday school forum, 3. B. T. U., 6:30. Evening service, 8. The Rev. Albert Fox will be guest speaker. CATHOLIC St. Joseph's— Sunday masses at 6:30, 8, 9 and 10:30. The Very Rev. Patrick F. Malone, pastor. Father Alvin Heuring 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 Flrit— 9:30, Bible schoo!. 10:30, worship: "What Is Christian Growth?" George O. Marsh, pastor. Solo: "I Walked Todsy Where Jesus Walked," O'Hara, Francis Klrkpa trick. CHURCH OF CUBIST New Te»tam«nt Church— Y. W. C. A. (Decker Room) — Burdett Wakeman, minister. 7:45, Christian's hour broadcast, WMT. 9:45, Bible school. 10:45, worship and communion. Sermon: "Prosperity." 7:30, Begin evangelist meeting. Sermon: "Amidst the Darkness — A Glorious Light." Sunday through Friday. E:30 Evangelistic services. Tuesday, 2, Christian Workers with Mrs. E. J. Cordle, 1418 South Hard- Ing. Street sweepers early Saturday scooped them up by the shovel- ful and threw them into the river where they were quickly grabbed by carp. Neon lights in front of business places were the targets of the bugs, and it was necessary to turn them out early in the evening. Many of the pests were lying dead on the sidewalks and in the gutters Saturday. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST First — Washington at Third St. N. W. Sunday service, 11. Subject: "Sacrament." Sunday school, 11, for pupils under 20. Wednesday evening meeting, 8. Reading room, east wing of the church. Week Wesley Methodist Church "The Church With The Chimes" Pennsylvania and llth Street S. £. 10:15 Dr. Peterson Preaches: "OVERCOMING OVS. MOODS" Soloist, MI» Barbara Nissen _ days, 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. CONGREGATIONAL mon: -The Testimony of Experience." Immediately following the church service Sunday there will be the Sunday school and church picnic at East park. Marvin O. Lee, pastor. I mm* n a el—5th and Jersey S. E. Sunday achool • a - m -I Divine worship 10 a. m. Sermon: "The Testimony of Experience," Pastor Marvin O. Lee, Central Lutheran church. E. A. Bergeson. pastor. Trinity—Sunday school visual hour, Trinity church, 508 S. Penn., 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, Palace theater, 11 a. m. Pastor Rogne» preaching on "The Lord's Worthy." Solo: "The Penitent" VanDe- Water, by Lorimer Olson. Holy Communion at Trinity church, 12:15 noon. Alvin N. Rogness, pastor, METHODIST Flrit—Washington at 2nd N. W. Lloyd A. Gustafson, D. D., minister. George A. Sheils, associate minister, 9:30, Church school. 10:45, Worship service. Sermon: "Behold—A Knock," Mr. Sheils. The quartet will »ing "Blessing" by Curran. Mrs. Russell Clarke will sing: "In My Father's House Are Many Mansions," Mac Dermid. Mrs. Dodge will play: "Marche BriJlante,". Lowden; "Twilight Hours," Paulsen: "Lullaby," Brahms, and "Festal March .in F," Roberts. Free—Sunday school, 10 a, m. Worship, 11 a. m., pastor in charge. Sunday evening, Y. P. M. S. at 7:30. Adult class at 7:30 in the auditorium. Ever.ing message at 8. Mid-West Youth camp this week at Medicine Lake, Minn. Y. P. Wednesday night at 8 p. m. Church prayer meet- Ing Thursday, 8 p. m. E. L. Bailey, pastor. Wesley—Pennsylvania and 14th S. E. Paul Arnold Peterson. D. D., minister. 9:30 a. m., Sunday school. Senior M. Y. F. 10:30 a. m.. Worship. Mrs. Carlson, organist, "Pastoral Romance," Douglas, "Pilgrim's Postlude," Frost. Soloist, "The Lord Is My Shepherd," Smart, Miss Barbara Nissen. Doctor Peterson, "Overcoming Our Moods." NAZAUEN'E Church of the Nazarene—Showers of Blessing broadcast over KICM at B a. m. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; Olivet quartet, 10:30, with the Rev. Henderson bringing the message of the morning. Young People's service, 7 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Mid-week service, Wednesday, 8 p. m. Evert O. Davis, pastor. OPEN BIBLE First Church of the Open Bible—1702 Carolina S. E. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Worship, 11 a. m. Message by the Rev. P. G. Dunbar. Young People's service, 7 p. m. Evening evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Message by the Rev. R. G. Danbar. Special music, singing, and congregational singing—radio broadcast at 1:45 Pastor, the Rev. Elbert p. m.. KICM. Dougherty. CUMtiKEL.AXlUfS.'VL i PRESBYTERIAN First—Delaware at First N. E. Roy C. First—Washington avenue at 9th St. . Helfensteln, minister. Special summer I N. W. Wilbur Frank Dierklng, minister. services each Sunday morning at 10:45. I Morning worship at 11 a. m. Sermon: Guest speaker, Prof. Paulus Lange_ of "Coats." Mrs. Roy Servlson, organist; ~ -— - - Mrs. Kermit Larson, soloist. Church Cedar Rapids Man to , Take Over Pastorate Charles City—The Rev. G. M. Ottsen, 42 year old Episcopal dea- son, will serve as minister of Grace Episcopal church here. His appointment by B i s h o p E. L. Haines of Des Moines fills a vacancy created by the transfer early this spring of the Rev. W. C. T. Hawtrey to Fort Madison. The local pastorate will be the first for Mr. Ottsen, a resident of Cedar Rapids, who was ordained into the deaconate, Jan. 25, 1947. He received theological training at Bexley hall, Kenyon college, Gambier, Ohio, last year, Mr. Ott- sen will be ordained into the priesthood at St. John's church In Cedar Rapids, Aug. 3. His appointment was effective as of July 1 and he arrived here earlier this week to make preparations for taking charge of the pastorate. The Rev. James H. Dewbrittain, supply pastor of the Episcopal diocese of Iowa was to hold his last Charles City service Sunday. Mr. Ottsen was to be introduced to the congregation. Father Dewbrittain has been supply pastor to conduct the service of holy communion since Mr. Hawtrey's 'apointment to the Fort Madison church. During the absence of a regular minister, Wayne Fluent has been filling the pulpit as lay reader. Mr. Ottsen's wife, Katharine, and their 2 children, Ronnie, 10, and Sandra Lee, 3, who are now living in Cedar Rapids, will join him here as soon as housing is available. Mr. Ottsen was graduated from Coe college, Cedar Rapids, with a bachelor of arts degree in 1934 and also attended Northwestern university, Chicago. Before entering the ministry, he was associated for 10 years with his father and brother in the Ott- sen and Sons Oil Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa oil distributors. Union in at Wilson Plant Cedar Rapids. (/P)—Max Crowell, international representative of the AFL. Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen Union, Tuesday notified Wilson and Company that the AFL union now represents the plant's workers. In a letter to Harry Palmer, manager of Wilson's Cedar Rapids plant, Crowell said that "the Meat Cutters Union has been designated by your employes to represent them in matters pertaining to wages, hours and working conditions, and we desire to mee with you at your earliest convenience for the purpose of ne gotiating a contract covering the above named conditions." Crowell would make no specif! comment on the AFL strength within the plant. He referred t his statement of June 25, wher he claimed more than 30 per cent of an estimated 1,500 workers— enough to petition the national labor relations board for an election. On the fladio Beam SATURDAY NIGHT NETWORK HIGHLIGHTS ABC—7:0* Detective; 7:30 Amuing Mr. DIM. 1300 5,000 WATTS Malone; 8:00 Ganj Butters; 8:M What'J My N»me; U:00 Prof. Quiz; 11:30 Hayloft Hoedown.. CBS—7:00 Sing It Acaln; «:00 Morey Atnsterday; 8:30 fays to He If- uorant; il:00 Let's Dane*, America. MBS—7:00 20 Quetlloni; 7:30 Stop Me; «:00 Three For the Money; 9:00 Chicago Theater. NBC—7:00 Danec Date; 8-JM Hit Farad*: 8:30 Judy Canova; 9:36 Grand Old Opry. % (7 p.m. KGLO newest game . Sing It Again the "Phantom Voice,"" youlf have an opportunity to win »t tort & KGLO-FM) It's America's 'Sing It Again.'.' If you identify $1,000, maybe more. Good Listening On KSMN 1000 Watt* Dial 1010 ***#***' Saturday P.' M. 5:00 Afternoon Serenade 8:30 Speaking of Sport* 5:45 News 6:00 Music at Sundown 7:00 News 7:05 Sign Oil Serenade 7:45 Sign Off Sunday 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. Iowa State college. Topic: "Christian Citizenship." Mrs. J. E. Stlnehart, organist. Mrs. Max Bokmeyer, acting music director. COVENANT First—Maple Drive at Tennessee. Nor- rls M. Peterson, pastor. Bible school. 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11. Topic of the message, "The Seeking God." The evening service !s omitted during July and August. The pastor will fake part in morning devotions next week over KICM at 7:30. Thursday evening at 8. midweek service. Concluding Bible study in Galatians. EPISCOPAL St. John's—The Rev. Arthur E. Pritchctt, rector. 8 a. m.. The Holy Communion— the Rev. Arthur E. Pritchett, celebrant. 9:45 a. m., church school. 11 a. m.. The Holy Communion. Sermonette and special music. The Rev. Perry GiUlllan. St. Mark's church, Waterloo, celebrant and preacher. EVANGELICAL Grace—14th N. W. and Adams. F. W. Wendland, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Worship service, 11 a. m. Anthem by choir. Sermon by pastor. 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: "God's Never-Falling Providence." At 10 a. m. the service goes on the air over KICM. At 10:30 a. m. the 2nd service. After the services the Congregation picnic in East park. At 11:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. the International Lutheran Hour. C. A. Hlnz, pastor. Central—329 East Slate. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Chief service, 11 a. m. Ser- Kermit Larson, school at II for beginners and primary departments; nursery for small children a!so at 11. INTERDENOMINATIONAL Radio Chapel—112 . Pennsylvania N. E. Carl J. Sentman, pastor. 9 a. m., KGLO, Sunday school lesson tought by Evangelist Fred W. Julius; 10 a. m., Bible school. Evangelist Julius speaks at the 11 a. m. worship service; 7 p. m., Live- wires, Teen-agers, nnd Young People's services; 8 p. m.. the evening evangelistic service with Evangelist Julius bringing the message; Daily Bible broadcast, 9 a. m., KGLO: Thursday, 8 p. m., Prayer aervice and Bible study. "TRIBULATION... the Great One" Will the True Church Suffer It? 8 P. M. — Sunday, July 11 RADIO CHAPEL CARL .T. SENTMAN, Pastor Evangelist FRED W. JULIUS Preaching at Both Services 9 A. M Bible Broadcast — KGLO 10 A. M. — Bible School 11 A. M. — Morning Service YOU WILL ENJOY THE MUSIC AT THE CHAPEL Methodists to Consecrate 4 New Bishops Indianapolis, (U.R)—The jurisdictional conference of the Methodist church prepared Saturday to consecrate 4 new bishops, to fill vacant bishoprics in the church's North Central jurisdiction. The bishop-elects are Dr. Hazen G. Werner, Modison, N. J., Dr. H. Clifford Northcott, Champaign, 111., Dr. Richard C. Raines, Minneapolis, and Dr. Marshall Reed, Detroit. Balloting for the bishops took most of Thursday and Friday. Raines and Reed were named in early stages of the voting Thursday. Northcott was elected on the 15th ballot Friday, after a 10 ballot-24 hour deadlock. Voting ended Friday night with the final election of Werner, a professor at the Drew Theological seminary to fill the last vacancy. The new bishops were scheduled to be assigned to their bishoprics Saturday, and to be consecrated Sunday. Picket Line Formed Past Ike's Home teew York, (U.R)—Ten students, including members of Americans for Democratic Action, picketed the presidential mansion of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower at Columbia university Friday night urging him to seek the democratic presidential nomination. The students carried placards which read: "Ike, we marched for you, now run for us," "You're A-l with us, be 1-A in the draft," and "Mrs. Ike, they are drafting my fellow, how about yours?" The ADA staged a demonstration of 5,000 persons Wednesday night that twice brought Eisenhower out on the balcony of his home. However, he did not make an appearance Friday night. REV. R. G. DUNBAR REVIVAL MEETINGS CONTINUES AT CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE 1702 Carolina Are., S. E. Evangelist and Mrs. R. G. Dunbar of Milwaukee MINISTERING IN WORD AND SONG You are invited to attend these special services every nlpht at 8:00 o'clock, except Monday and Saturday. OLD-FASHIONED DYNAMIC PREACHING — GOOD SINGING in respect to the Memory of RAY.SENEY, Sr. Senqy's Jewelry Store Will Be Clofsed Monday, July 12, 1948 Battles Worst Polio Scourge 20 Cases a Day in North Carolina Raleigh, N. Car., (U.R) — North Carolina battled Saturday against the worst outbreak oC infantile paralysis in the state's history. Reports of new cases averaged be- vveen 15 and 20 every day. Friday 31 polio cases were re- orted to the state board.of health o bring North Carolina's total for he year to 468, according to State Health Officer Off J. W. R. Noron. The epidemic here is currently he worst in the nation. Despite the efforts of local health officers, hospitals and the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, the spread of the disease n the state continued to increase. Dr. Norton said it showed no sign of levelling off. Of the 468 cases reported in STorth Carolina this year, more :han 300 are now in hospitals. Several deaths have been reported, Dr. Norton said, but no accurate fatality count is currently available as deaths are reported only once a month. Baboon Guest Makes Herself Comfortable Ipswich, Ens., (U.R) — Elizabeth, a friendly baboon, knocked on the door of Mrs. Dorothy flummer's home Friday. No one answered, so Elizabeth opened the door and went in. She helped herself to oranges and bananas in the dining room and took along a bag of cherries for good measure. In the living room she borrowed a bottle of stout and added Mrs. Plummer's pocketbook to her loot. Then she climbed the stairs. In the bathroom she turned on the faucets and dabbed at herself with a powder puff. In the bedroom she wrapped herself in pink eiderdown and climbed into bed. There she uncorked the bottle. She still was swigging away when the police arrived, summoned by a neighbor. Draft Touches 18-Year-Olds Service Calls When 19th Year Approaches Washington, (U.fi) — Some 18- year-olds are learning they can't beat the 21-month draft after all by enlisting voluntarily for one year. Their cries, as they approach 19 and possible draft calls, are reaching capitol hill. One house member is demanding that President Truman himself do something about it. According to selective set-vice estimates some 3,300 youngsters daily pass their 19th birthday. In so doing they may be losing for good the chance congress thought it gave them to sign up for hitches of one year. Not the Case In passing the draft act the lawmakers believed they were putting into effect immediately the special privilege for 18-year-olds. The defense department says, however, that this was not the case. Army Secretary Kenneth C. Royall says he cannot accept the one-year enlistments until the budget director approves his cost estimates and makes the money available. He points out that this restriction on the program was approved by congress when it passed the military appropriations act. How soon it can be complied with, he does not know, Studies Solution Royall says he is studying the possibility of making the voluntary enlistment privilege retroactive to cover all youngsters who have turned 19 since the draft act became law last month. Some congressional experts doubt, however, that it can be done. The draft law says specifically that the privilege shall be confined to 161,000 men annually between the ages of 18 and 19. Technically, no 19-year-olds are elig- 7:00 Sunday Morning Moods 7:30 News 7:45 Your Community Chapel 8:00 Kernel! of Truth, Key. Follaek 8:30 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 12:30 News 1:00 Adventures In Music 1:30 Here's to Vets 1:45 Gardens for Freedom 2:00 Music as You Like It 2:16 Happy Jake, Cattle Club Ballroom ana t 2:45 Modes Moderne Air." 3:00 News 8:15 Musical Moments, la. S. Brokerage 3:30 Proudly We Hall 4:00 Sunday Symphonette 5:30 News 5:45 American Red Cross 0:00 Music at Sundown 7:00 News 7:05 The Dell Trio 7:15 Vacations Unlimited 7:30 Sij-n Off Serenade 7:45 Sign Off Monday A. M. 5:30 Agriculturally Speaking 6:00 News 6:15 Agriculturally Speaking 0:30 Hey! Get Up! Charles City War Surplus G:45 Agriculturally Speaking 7:00 Musical TNT 7it,"! News, B. F. Goodrich 7:XO Musical TNT, Outlet Store 7:45 Weather Roundup 7:50 Musical TNT 8:00 News, "Chuck" Lennan Bakery H:15 Musical TNT, Iowa Shoe Brokerage 8:30 Musical TNT «:00 Musical TNT, Kalzrj Dept. Store 0:15 Musical TNT, Clear Lake Bakery 0:30 The Four KniRhts 9:45 Airlane Melodies 10:00 News, Anderson Music House 10:(!.'i AlRowa Hour 11:00 Kitchen K\vlx Klub. Tfaff Bikini 11:15 Music for the Mrs. 11:30 Party Line Monday P. M. 12:00 Scars Serenade 12:)0 11. P. Commentary, Laplner Motor 12:15 Noonday News, Iowa Hardware Mutuals 1S:30 Rural Roundup, Graham Plow Co. 1:00 T. Dorsey Show, Churles City Honr ~:*)l) Norlhivood Hour 2:30 Iowa Falls on the Air 3:00 News 3:05 Pipes of Melody 3:15 Meet the Band 3:« U. S. Navy Band r\-L..* (8 p.m.) Morey Amsterdam launches M«DUr nis owr . CBS comedy series after keeping New Yorkers in stitches lor years. M. B I __.«.._..•. (8:30) Duncemaster Tom Howard tO DC Ignorant moves U p to an ealier hour, snaps his fingers and the panel of inexperts join him on CBS' slap-happy quiz show. Let's Dance, Amefica byP ^ mner i ca - s top dance bands, expands to a full-hour series. The bands of GENE KRUPA, SKITCH HENDERSON, TEX BENEKE, and AL DONAHUE will each present 15 minutes of danceable music from various parts of the U. o. SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS c L~~l (7:30 a.m.) The Rev. Elmer Pearson, returned dCtlOOl missionary from Belgian Congo, will lead the Sunday School Lesson on "Bezalel, the craftsman." :.. (9:30 a.m.) The choral anthem, "Fierce ir w as the Wild Billow," is sung by the Salt Lake Tabernacle choir in its devotional program. (2 p.m.) Erich Leinsdorf conducts the CBS Symphony in an all-Wagner program, with Eileen Farrell featured as soprano soloist in arias from "Gotterdawm- merung." Frankie Carle " as his farewell number for ing." C_~.:i., U A .. H (5 P.m-) The celebrated lyric soprano Lucille family nOUr Manners is the guest of Earl Wrightson, baritone star, on CBS' treat in light popular and concert music. "TU- D *..... A" (5:30) Armanda Ledesma, musical comedy I nC rOUSe star from Argentina, brings her Latin rhythms and her Pampas personality to "The Pause that Refreshes On the g 0ng ne vwrote and recorded, "Estelle," "Summer Electric Hour,"— "Comes Call- li i • M.I. B --. (7-30) "The Man Called X," Murder in The Pyrenees ^Un the invaluable aid of an old* parrott, traps International gangsters who take refuge in the Pyranees mountains. k W :-~«* T«L« All (8 P-m. KGLO & KGLO-FM) CBS' daily inner I OlCe All quiz show ma kes its second Sunday broadcast with emcee Bill Cullen giving away valuable prizes to contestants with the right answers. — f+ fR-30 KGLO & KGLO-FM) CBS Convent-IOn Coverage newsmen present "Philadelphia Preview" to open broadcast proceedings on the Democratic National Convention. Every highlight of the convention will be carried on CBS, KGLO and KGLO-FM. * Mickey Rooney enterta'iners^to get a coast-to-coast hearing. Rooney's tremendous versatility makes "Hollywood Showcase" a great show. c „ (9:30) This drama, "Habit," is the story of a sea captain CSCOpe wno performs a near-miraculous rescue and then follows it with an emergency operation, "during a storm at sea. „ .^ .J. ^. &*> *A* s&e "Jt SC SfC V T> "I* *t* ^P •f* 3p ^» ^ *1* *I* ™ 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 G:00 News, P. G. & E. (Harrer) 6:15 Postmark Mason City 6:30 Music by Martin 7:00 Sing It Again, CBS 8:00 The Morey Amsterdam Show. CBS 8-30 It Pays to Be Ignorant, Goeti Brewing Co., CBS 9:00 Let's Dance, America, CBS 10:00 News, Fir»t National Bank (Harrer) 10:13 Relax and Listen 10:30 Gene Krupa's Orchestra, CBS 11:00 News. CDS 11:05 Del Courtney's. Orchestra, CBS 11:30 Ray Eberle's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 News, CBS KICM MUTUAL TALL CORN ible. China Dollar Crashes to Record Low Shanghai, (/P)—The Chinese dollar crashed to its lowest point in history Saturday—6,000,000 to $1 —on the black market. Commodity prices soared. The stock exchange closed 5 minutes after it opened. Thousands of police combed marts for black marketeers dealing in U. S. and Hong Kong mon- Miner Group Meets Judge Discuss 4-Day-Oid Soft Coal Strike Washington, (/P) — Representatives of striking miners and of the steel company soft coal mines met late Friday with Justice T. Alan Goldsborough in connection with the 4 day-old strike, in the steel industry's pits. Goldsborough has set a hearing for next Wednesday on a new government move to end a walkout by a big block of John L. Lewis' United Mine Workers. Harry M. Moses, negotiator for the steel industry's "captive" mines, along with attorneys for the companies nnd union attended the talks with Goldsborough. None of those attending would discuss the nature of the conversations, but there was speculation the talks dealt with an effort to end the walkout without a hearing and possible court order next Wednesday. 1490 ON YOUR DIAL Saturday P. M. •1:00 After the Game 4:30 Rendezvous With Ros* 5:00 Take a Number 5:30 True or False 6:00 Hawaii Calls 6:30 Between the Lines 6:45 Sports Hi-LUes 7:00 Twenty Questions 7:30 Stop Me If You've Heard This 8:00 Marine Story 8:15 Swing Session S:'M BASEBALL: MASON CIT1' v». DAVENPORT lt)::W News 10:45 Musical Scrapbook 11:00 Gcorne Wlnslow's Orchestra 11:30 Barclay Allen's Orchestra 31:SS News 12:00 "Curfew Club" Sunday 1:00 Off Sunday James Baskett, 44, Negro Actor, Dies Hollywood, (#*)—James Baskett, 44, one of the nation's outstanding Negro actors and an Academy Award winner for his role of Uncle Remus in Walt Disney's "Song of the South," died Friday. For several years Baskett had played the part of Gabby Gibson, the fast-talking attorney on the Amos 'N Andy radio show. ey. The black market, which is China's main money mart, closed Friday at 4,000,000 Chinese to $1. Rice jumped from 20,000,000 to 28,000,000 ($4.66) per 175 pound bag. Dealers refused to abide by government ceiling prices and dealt only through the "back door." Measles Plague Utah Salt Lake City, (U.R)—Utah had 6 times as many measles cases the first 5 months of this year as for the entire year of 1947. The month of May, alone, accounted for G47 measles cases. The entire Victim of Tanker Fire Died Friday Chicago, (U.R)—One of the crewmen burned in the blaze aboard the tanker Edgewater off Ludington, Mich., Thursday died Friday. He was James Lee, 18-year-old Negro. Mates of Lee said to be in critical condition by authorities at Marine hospital are Frank F. Hank, 67; Willie C. Prater, 42; Victor Morando, 39. The other crewmen hospitalized are thought to be out of danger, hospital authorities said. The in- Le Mars Girl Speaks to Future Homemakers Kansas City, (/P) — Betty Jean Witt, 18, Le Mars, says contributions by the Future Homemakers of America to the world Christmas festival, F. H. A. week and the adoption of home economics classes-: in other lands, should be continued and expanded. Miss Witt, reporting Friday at the 1st national meeting of F. H. A., also said thought' should be given to a national F. H. A. camp. She is the retiring national projects chairman of the organization. The organization decided to hold 4 regional meetings next year instead of a national convention. year of 1947 had only 518 measles Mured were llown here after the eases. I fire. Rites Saturday for Scarville Woman, 85 ScarvHIe—Funeral services for Mrs. A. J. Drugsvold, 85, were held Saturday at 1:30 p. m. at the home and at 2 p. m. at the Bethel Lutheran church in which she was a charter member. She died at her home Wednesday, 6 days before her 86th birthday. > She is survived by 4 sons and 4 daughters, as follows: Mrs. Elmer Blikken, New York City; Mrs. Gilbert Christian, Clear Lake; Lillian, Long Beach, Cai., Atty. Dennis Drugsvold, Lake Mills, John, Christ, Lewis and Marie at nome. 8:00 Tone Tapestries 8:30 Organ Reveries 8:45 Bethel Chapel on the Air 9:00 Showers of Blessing 8:15 Music for Sunday 9:4r> News 10:00 Bethlehem Lutheran: "Bringing Christ to tile Community" 10:30 Northwestern U. Roundtable 11:00 Breakfast In Washington 11:30 Lutheran Hour: "Bringing Christ to the Nations" 12:00 News 12:15 World Report 12:30 Contemporary Music 1:00 Air Forces Hour 1:30 Bill Cunningham, News 1:415 Open Bible Church of the Air 2:00 Summer Melodies 2:30 Life Begins at 80 3:00 House of Mystery 3:30 True Detective Mysteries 4:00 Official Arrest 4:30 What Makes You Tick 5:00 Those Webstcrs 5:30 Nick Ci.rtcr, Detective 6:00 Presenting Barb, Mai and Jay 6:30 Behind the Front Page 7:00 Mediation Board 7:30 Here's to Veterans 7:45 Twin Views of the New* 8:00 Meet Me nt Parky's 8:30 It's a Livinfi 9:00 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION PREVIEWS 9:30 Clary's Gazette 10:00 Ncwi 10:15 Musical Scrapbook 10:30 Eddy Howard's Orchestra 10:55 News 11:00 Will Brick's Orchestra 11:30 Henry King's Orchestra 11:55 News 12:00 Sign Off Monday A. M. 8:00 Yawn Patrol 6:15 Jerry Smith 6:30 News 6:35 Farm Frolic Tim« 7:00 Newi 7:15 Gooch Morning 7:30 Moments of Devotion 7:45 Reveille Rhythms 8:00 News 8:15 O?.ark Valley Folki 8:30 MornlnK Muslcale 8:00 Lncly Noxt Door 9:15 Faith Our Time 9:30 Say It With Muslo 10:00 Birthday Club 10:05 Vocal Visitor 10:15 Tell Your Neighbor 10:30 Heart's Dcsiro 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks 7:1)0 News. CBS 7:15 The Trumpetecrs. CBS 7:30 Swlay Lesson Preview 8:00 News,"CBS 8:15 Chosen People S::-1U Lutheran Gospel Hour fi:00 Bible Broadcast, Radio Ch»pel 9:30 Salt Lake Choir, CBS 10:00 News, Warren Sweeney, Curtlss Candy Co., CBS 10:05 Singing Strings 10:1S Trinity Lutherm Church Proir»m 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 P»ckmr Company 1:30 Milwaukee Newi (Kew) Milwaukee Road 1:45 One Man's Opinion, Mason City Globe-Gazette 2:00 CBS Symphony, CBS 3:30 Make Mine Music, CBS 4:00 Navy Band 4:15 News (Kew) F. G. & E. 1:30 Carle Comes Calling, Electric Companies, CBS 5-00 Family Hour, Prudentinl Iniur»nc« Co., CBS 5:30 The Pause Th»l Refreshes Coca- Cols, CBS fi:00 Gene Autry. Wrifley'i Gum, CBS fi:30 Blondie, Colgate Co., CBS 7:00 Adventures of Sam Spade, Wild- root Co., CBS 7:30 The Man Called "X," Frlgldalrc, ens 8:00 Winner Take All, CBS 8:30 The Seeds of Liberties, CBS 9:00 Hollywood Showcase, CBS 9:30 Escape, CBS 10:00 News, Vance Music Co. (Hilton) 10:15 Here's to Vets 10:30 Ray McKlnley'a Orchestra, CBS 11:00 News, CBS 11:05 Buddy Moreno's Orchestra. CBS 11:30 Buddy Rich's Orchestra, CBS 11:55 News, CBS Monday A.- M. 6:00 News 6:05 Military Band 6:10 Rural Roundup, Automatic Farm Equipment 6:25 Organ Reveries 6:30 Farm Reporter. State Brand Creameries, inc. (Randolph) 6:45 News (Harrer) 7:00 Rhythm Roundup, Zenor Mo«or» 7:15 Tune Time 7:30 ) eep Time with D»mon» 8:15 i.oisom Headlines, Holium Bread (Hoshal) 8:30 Yesterday's Music, Cool Sprinf Canning Co. 8:45 Today In Osage »:UO Bible Broadcast, Radio Chapel j: 0:15 Clear Lake On the Air 9:30 Waltz Time 9:45 Coffee Time with Dour, GHdner s 10:00 News Digest, Jacob E. Decker »nd Sons (Harrer) 10:15 "Tater" Quit, Hiland Potato Chips 10:30 Grand Slam, Wonder Bread, CBS 10:45 Mystery Melody Game 11 :<10 Wendy Warren, General Foodi, CBS 11:13 Betiy Ross Serenade, Pfaff Baking Company 11:30 Home Town News, Nash Coffee Co. (Hoih&l) 11:45 Farm HooJc-Up Time Monday P. M. 12:00 Today's Markets 12:05 The Man On the Street, Prltchard Motor Co. 1!:15 Noon Roundup, Carrie-Van New Hardware T3:30 News, Oseo Drog (Hlltonl 12:45 Farm and Home Topic Time, St. Paul Livestock Market 1:00 The Second Mrs. Burton, General Foods, CBS 1-15 The Friendly Philosopher 1:30 This Is Nora Drake. Tonl Co., CBS 1:15 Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters, Manhattan Soap, CBS 2:OOArthur Godfrey Time, Chesterfield Clgarels. CBS 2:30 G. E. Houseparty, General Electric Co., CBS 2:5R News, Holaum Bread S:00 Hint Hunt, Armour and Co., CBS 3:25 Spotlight On a Star 3:30 Mailbag 4:00 Treasury Bandstand, CBS 4:30 Novel Time 4:50 KGLO Forum SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS a. I _:..*. (11 a.m.) This program concludes TO Learning au extended series devoted to the general topic "Re-living the Past." A new 11-week series titled "Children's Classics" the following Sun. B I ' Dl a.i^.M. (11:30) Ed Murrow and Quincy Howe reOpie S riaTTOrrn W j^ fj nc j ou t the views that such well known people as Harold Ickles and Mark Ethridge hold about "The Democratic Party and its Candidates." c i n U II (12:25) A line dinner, a big chair, and Jlinday DOSeDail B er t Wilson's smooth delivery make it good Sunday listening as the Chicago Cubs vs. Pittsburgh Pirates. (3:30) KGLO-FM with Doug Sherwin at the microphone will broadcast the air show directly from the Mason City airport. KGLO-FM WILL BROADCAST DIRECTLY FROM A FLYING HELICOPTER. Doug will give you a running account of the first known parachute jump.from a helicopter as well as jumps from a DC-3 and wing riding on a stearman. *************** 11:15 Fashions In Rhytlim 11:30 Radio Farm Journal Monday P. M. 12:00 Newi 12:15 Noonday Melodies 12:45 Church of Christ 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Grain Reporter 1:33 I. S. T. C. on Ihe Air 2:00 Martin Block Show 2ttO The Uttlc Show 3:00 Robert lIurlclRh, Ncwi 3:15 Songs by Pnttl ClHyton 3:30 South of the Border Saturday P. M. 5:00 Griffins Bancroft und tb« Newi, CBS 5:15 Pro-Convention Report. CBS 5-30 You SliBll Have Music S:45 Yon Shall Have Muslo, Ffaff 6:00 You Shall Have Music C,::tO News 6:15 Tour Kew «n Sporti, Stale Farm Insurance 6:60 Man on the Street, rrltehmr* 7:00 Sing It Again. CBS 8:00 Styles In Song R:1B News, Ray Seney 8:30 Mason City Legionnaires v*. Davenport (Rooseveit Diamond) J0:30 Great Momenta In Music 11:15 Sign Off Sunday E. Telm»» 10:04 Morning I'raytr (MaJ«r SalvatUn Atmy) 10:15 The Newsmakers, CBS 10:30 Sweet and Low 11:00 Invitation to Learning, CBS 11:30 People's Platform, CBS I2:M News, C»rrle-V»n Net* 12:15 Playball 12:25 Chicago Cub» v*. Pittsburgh PlraU 2:30 CBS Syjvipiiony orchetr«« 5:15 One Man's Opinion 5:30 You Shall Have Music 6:30 News 6:45 Families Need Parents 7:00 Concert Favorites 7:30 The Churchmen Speak H:00 Winner Take All, CBS 8:30 Philadelphia Preview, CBS »:00 Newi, Ray Seney 0:15 Great Mamenti in Mnile, Vanc» 10:00 The World Tonight, CBS 10:10 News Analysis, CBS 10:15 Sign Off Monday A. M. 10:00 Office Hours 10:30 At the Keyboard 10:45 Easy Rhythm 11:00 Memo: To All Home* 11:00 NelfhboThood N*wi, Gl«b«- Gaiette 11:15 To the Homemaker 11:45 To the Family 1!:M Newi, Wermh»«4t Monday P. M. 12:15 Market* and Farm New* 12:20 Melody Lani 2:00 Navy Bands 2:19 Something Old—Something New 2:55 Broadway & Vine, CBS 3:00 Kalnbow Rendezvou* 1:30 ATlatloii Day»," Mu«n Cliy Alrpvrt 3:25 CBS N«w», CBS (Plui B»b Ctaiita 8h»w) .3:30 Winner Tak« All, CBS I 's:00 Marine Story (Roger Pryor) | 4:00 Th« Bob CUvuca Show

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