Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 9, 1948 · Page 28
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Manuilsky of the Soviet Jkraine. Husseini objected vigorously to Manuilsky's insistence on designating Aubrey S. Eban as representative of Israel and not as representative of the Jewish agency. Lengthy Wrangle His walkout came after a lengthy wrangle which delayed debate on a move to extend the Palestine truce. Faris El Khoury of Syria, Arab member of the Security Council, remained at the table. Representatives of Egypt and Lebanon, taking part of non-members, also stayed. Cannot Stay Outside the chamber, Husseini told newsmen: "While this terminology is being used we cannot sit at the same council table with them (the Is- raeli delegation). It is very important to us. If the council reverts to the former designation we will return." The council ignored Husseini's withdrawal and went ahead with its scheduled debate, on plans for extending the Palestine truce. an ounce of prevention If your eyes haven't been right lately, don't delay. Have a thorough eye examination immediately. 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Tax Included ZENITH "ZENETTE" The Personal Radio That Has Everything. $ 46 40 Including Batteries Lightweight, compact plastic case in ivory or maroon with gold color metal grill. Op- crates on dry cell, hearing aid type batteries or plugs into any AC - DC outlet. Plays anywhere! CREDIT IS PART OF OUR SERVICE WE MAKE IT A REAL CONVENIENCE HILZIIRO'S "Ten-Ten" BUDGET PLAN DOWN \9% MONTHtY 23 South Federal Ave. . brings you cool 'comfort with ESKIMO FANS at NEW LOW PRICES! Get this genuine Eskimo . . . it's speed and has extra power for greater air displacement. It's a real bargain in cool comfort and health. The blades are chrome plated and equipped with super guard for safety on a heavy black crackle enamel base. 8" Non-Oscillating- S 3.50 10" Oscillating §10.95 12" Oscillating S19.95 16" Oscillating §32.50 CHARGE IT! No Interest or Carrying Charge! Decorah Resident Dies at Hospital Decorah —Funeral services for Edward Tolstad, 72, were helc. Thursday afternoon at the Olson- Iverson funeral home, and at the Decorah Lutheran church, witl burial in the Lutheran cemetery Mr. Tolstad died Tuesday at th Decorah hospital following a long illness. He was born near De corah Dec. 12, 1875, son of Mr arid Mrs. Samson Tolslad. On Aug 28, 1918, he was married to Petr Riste. For a number of years they lived at Edinburg, Texas, in the lower Rio Grande valley, returning to Decorah in 1946. Surviving are his wife and sons, Earl and Wallace, and his brother, Martin Tolstad. Armour Sues CIO Packers Want Damages for Walkout in Omaha i Omaha, (U.R)—Armour & Company, charging breach of contract under the Toft-Hartley act, filed suit for damages of $94,548 Wednesday against the United Pack- nghouse Workers of America (CIO) and its local affiliate. The suit, filed in federal dis- :rict court, grew out of a 1-week walkout which started June 7 when union members left their jobs in the beef casing and beef ll departments. . • The complaint alleged that a contract between Armour's and the UPWA provided there would be no work stoppage without resort to grievance procedure. The walkout occurred shortly after the long strike against the big 4 meat packers. The company alleged it had suffered heavy damages as a result of spoilages and shrinkage of meat carcasses, freight charges, and loss of operations. Canawha Voters Favor 16,000 Bond Issue for Superintendent's Home Kanawha — Voters at a special lection here Wednesday favored milding or buying a house to rent o the superintendent of schools by a vote of 101 and 100 against, with 1 ballot spoiled. The measure arried by 4 more than the required 60 per cent. The proposed cost of the house s $9,500 of which $6,000 is to be •aised by bond issue. The school district has $3,500 in the bank. Rrtes Thursday for Aged Decorah Woman Decorah—Funeral services for Mrs. Julia Torgeson, 88, were held Thursday at 1 p. m. at the Sleine- Fjelstul funeral home and at the Lutheran church in Hesper at 3:30 o'clock, the Rev. P. C. Hilliar officiating. Burial was made in the Hcspcr cemetery. As Julia Knutson, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Augund Knutson, she was born Jan. 12, 1860, and lived in Winncshiek county all her lile. She was married in 1887. Her death occurred Monday, July 5 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Stuart Lconhart, who with Gilbert Torgeson, arc her only living children. EGG SUPPORT CONTINUED Washington, (U.R>—The agriculture department said Wednesday ;he support price of eggs in the midwest will be continued through August at an average of 35 cents a dozen to producers. This has been the average support price ince the first of May. Hickenlooper to Return in About a Week Washington, (/P)—Senator B, B. Hickenlooper (R-Iowa) said Wednesday he plans to leave here in about a week to spend the remainder of the summer in Iowa. Hickenlooper presently is engaged in work incident to his post as chairman of the joint congressional committee on atomic energy. He said he plans to make a number of speeches this fall in the presidential campaign. HUNT MUSCLES Lincoln, Nebr., (U.P.)—p o 1 i c e searched Thursday for a robber with muscles. He made off Wednesday night with a 1$ ton building stone, stolen from a house under construction. D14L |£? 1300 |\s 5,000 WATTS Packinghouse Law Actions Written Off Sioux City, (/P)—Two law ac tions brought in connection '-with packinghouse strikes against local 34, U. P. W. A. were writter off as history Wednesday when Judge Ralph Crary dismissed th suits after all litigants had com to agreement. The C. I. O. union had petitioned for dismissal of the action and dissolution of temporary injunctions issued against them. The injunctions were granted at the request of Dahl Truck Lines and Armour and company. After the strike was settled, both the plaintiffs and defendants agreed that all questions involved were moot with the exception of taxation of court costs and release of bonds posted by the plaintiffs. Judfic Crary taxed costs to the local and released the bonds. Costs in the Armour case amounted to $224.69 and the Dahl case $38.81. Dr ^frnnriick *^i. tjiunuiaii < 7 P' m " KGLO and KGLO-FM) Sudden death un£ ev m y s terious circumstances — and "Dr. Standish, Medical Examiner" will be there! An insurance fraud leads to a mysterious holdup during this episode. Murder in the Zoo of the Murder in the Zoo." (7:30) "Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons" focuses his attention on "The Case (8 p.m.) Gary Grant stars in the gripping melodrama "The Last Chance" as CBS' "Suspense" returns to the air. Auto-Lite's new series of psychological chillers will star the most high-powered lineup of big-name .film stars to be found anywhere on the airwaves this summer. (8:30) Francis Cushing, Boston newspaper photographer and recent Pulitzer Prize Winner, will receive the highly coveted Graflex Diamond Award for Photography on the Fifth Anniversary of CBS' "Crime Photographer." Df Ur% ICA ( 9 p.m.) "Pride and Prejudice," a novel of the young r lOynOUSe couple who overcame those two faults to find a happy union, has been selected by narrator-host James Hilton for "Hallmark Playhouse." Premiere of "Suspense Pulitzer to Photographer On the Radio Beam THURSDAY NIGHT NF.TWOKK HIGHLIGHTS ABC—7:0rt Front rape; 7:30 Criminal Casebook; 8:30 Candid Microphone; 0:110 Sjiorts. CHS—7:00 Dr. Standish: 7:30 Mr. Keen; H:flO Suspense; «:1IO Crime Photographer; !):(>» Hallmark Plaj mouse; [):30 Doorway to Life. MBS—7:00 Lucky Partners; 7:30 Talent Hunt: 8:00 G. Heatlrr; H::!0 AH Star Revue; S):OI) Family Theater. N»C—7:01) Aldrlch Family; 7:.'«1 N c «v Fares; 8:l>0 Music Hall: 8:30 Village Store; D:IM> Boh Hawk. Crops that are planted ground that is too rich may to foliage instead of fruit. in run Good Listening On KSAAN 1000 Watts # * Dial 1010 Citj- War DRASTICALLY REDUCED FOR QUICK CLEARANCE WOMEN'S - MEN'S - CHILDREN'S SHOES FOH EVERY PURPOSE FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK NOT ALL SIZES IN EACH STYLE BUT EVERY SIZE IN THE LOT & FOR DRESS WORK OR PLAY SANDALS, PUMPS WHILE THEY LAST CHILDREN'S STRAPS AND PLAY SHOES $149 1 $199 VALUES TO 3.99 ?j MENS' DRESS SHOES REGULAR PRICE $8.95 REDUCED TO SO99 $ 5 99 WHITES BROWNS BLACKS RtDS PATENTS Shoe* Lowest Pr.ces for QUALITY FOOTWEAR 18 South Federal Mason City OPEN FRIDAY EVENING UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK HUNDREDS Of STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM Thursday P. M. 4:00 Rcqucstfully Yours 5:00 Afternoon Scrcnacie 5:30 Speaking of Sports 5:45 News 0:00 Music nt Sundown 7:00 Ncv.-s 7:05 Kiun OH Serenade 1-A5 Siyn Off Friday A. M. 5:30 Agriculturally Speaking fi:00 News 0-15 Agriculturally Speaklns 0;30 Hey! Ot Up! Charles Surplus Store fi:l5 News, R. J.. Dlxson B:50 AKricvilturalli 1 Speaking 7:00 Musical TNT ":IS News. U. F. Goodrich 7:311 Musical TNT. Outlet Store 7:45 Weather Round-Up 7:30 Musical TNT 8:00 NIMVS, "Chuck" t.cntian R:l.-> Musical TNT. Iowa Shoe Brokerage 8:30 Muslcn) TNT ihOO Musical TNT, Raliea Oept. Store !):!.% Muftlcnl TNT, Clear Luke Bakery 0:30 Tlie Four Knlphts 9:45 Airlnnc Melodies 10:<H) Nrws, Anderson Music House 1(1:05 AlRona Ilnur 11:0(1 Kitchen Kwlx Klub, Pfaff Balling ll:lfi Music for the Mrs. 11:30 Tarty Uine Friday P. M. r::00 On the rarm Front, Sears Rochuck f,':HI l ; . P. Commentary, l.uplner Motor J2:l."> Ncw.f. Iowa Hardware Mntuals 12:SO Rural Ronnd-Up Graham Plow 1:00 Tommy Horsey Show, Charles City Hour 2:M> Northwnod Hour •,!::W Iowa Falls On the Air 3:00 News 3:0") Pipes of Melody 3:15 Meet the Bane) 3:45 Musically Yours Lee Williams 1 Band from the new Surf ballroom * * * * v * * * Thursday P. M. o:0fl Baseball Score*. Pearson Cand> Co. S:0j Altaic As You Like It" 5:15 Let 1 * Datiee at the Surf, Surf Hall room 5:2o Employment Views fi:»0 I.um 'n' Ahncr, Miles Laboratories, CBS 5:45 Sports Camera i;:00 News. P. G. & E.. <Kew> 0:1.". Postmark Mason City, Mason City Chamber of Commerce G:30 Jerry Wayne Sinps, CBS <;:4r> Ned Calmer. News, CBS 7:00 The Doctor Says Murder. CBS 7:30 Mr. Keen. Tracer of Lost Persons, Whitehall Pharmacal Co., CBS H:0ft Suspense, Auto-Lite Corp.. CBS H:30 Crime Photographer, Toni Co.. CBS i/:00 Hallmark Playhouse, Hallmark Cards, CBS 0:30 Dancing at Die Surf 10:01) News, First National Bank (Hew) 1():1."> Friendly Time, drain Belt Beer 10:30 Moonlight Memoirs, Ray Scncy Jewelers 11:00 News. CBS 11:03 Barclay Allen's Orchestra. CBS 11:30 Richard Himber's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 News. CBS Friday A. M. (1:00 News C.-O.T Military Bnnr] 6:ll> Hural rtoundup, Automatic Vqulp- nu-nt Co. 5:25 OrKan Heverics C:30 Farm Iteporter. State Brand Creameries, Inc. (Randolph) i!:4,"> News (Harrerl 7:i)rt Rhythm Roundup, Zcnor Motor Co. 7 :l~i Tune Time 7:31) Keep Time with Damun.i (9:30) Lee Williams and his stepping tones of music will be aired directly in Clear Lake. 8:lj llolsum Headlines, Hulsum Bread (dosh.ll> 8:30 Yesterday's Music 8:i:> Today in Osat;e ii:0(t P.iblc Broadcast, Radio Chapel ii:l.~i C'lear Lake On the Air D;SO Waltz Time !l:4S Coffee Time with Doug, Glldntr'* 1«:00 News Digest, Jacob E. Decker and Sons <Kew> lll:ir> "Tatcr" Quiz, Hiland Potato Clilpi )0::n) Grand Slam. \Vondcr Bread, CBS lii-.l.t Mystery Melody Gamr 11:00 Wendy" Warren. General Foods, CBS 1 i :15 Betsy Ross Serenade. Pfaff Baking Company 11:45 Farm Hook-Up Time Friday P. M. 1C:00 Today's Markets l'i:OS The Man On the Street, Pritchard Motor Co. 12:13 Noon Roundup, Currlc-Vaii Ness Co. I?.-;«> Neirs, Osco Prujr (Hilton) 12:15 Farm and Home Topic Time, Et. Paul Livestock Market 1:00 The Second Mrs. Burton, General Fuods, CBS 1:1.> The Friendly Philoiopher, Marshall nnd Swift 1:"0 This is Nora Drake, Ton! Co., CBS 1:4.1 Flomanrr of Evelyn Winters, Manhattan Soap. CBS 2:00 Arthur Godfrey Time. Chesterfield CiRarcts, CBS 2::;il G. T. House Party. General Electric Co.. CBS 2:.">,5 News, Holsnm Bread 3:W> Hint Hunt, Armour and Co., CBS :{:•:.") News. Cool Spring Canning Co, 3:30 MailbaR 4:00 Treasury Bandstand, CBS 4:30 Novel Time 4:50 KGLO Forum (5:15) "You and Politics" features James A. Farley, former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, to analyze "The Party Convention" and "How does who nominate whom, and why?" James A. Farley MUTUAL TALL CORN KICM 1490 ON YOUR DIAL Thursday P. M. 4:15 1490 Club 4:45 The Story Lady 5:00 Mcrt Copelnnd Show 5:15 Superman 5:30 Adventure Parade 5:45 Tom Mix 6:00 Fii'iton Lc-wi.s, Jr. fi:15 Guest Star 0:31) Between tlic Lines 0:45 Sports Hl-Utes 7:00 Meet Your Lucky Partner 7:30 Talrnt Jackpot 7:55 Billy Rose 8:00 Gabriel Hcalter 8:15 Mutual Ncwsrecl »:!«) HASEHAtX: MASON CITV VS. SPENCER 10:30 News 10:45 Musical Scrnphook 11:00 Shcrmnn Hnjcs' Orchestra 11:30 tlco. Winslow's Orchestra 11:45 Henry King's Orchestra 11:55 News 12:00 Sign Off Friday A. M. 6:00 Ynwn Fntrol 0:15 .lorry Smith <i:30 News 0:35 Good Neighbor Show 7:00 News 7:15 Gooch Morning 7:30 Moments of Devotion 7:45 Reveille, Rhythms fi:00 News 8:15 Ozark Valley Folks 8:30 Morning Muslcnlc 0:00 Lady Next Door 0:15 Fallh Our Time 9:30 Say It With Music 10:00 Birthday Club 10:05 Voca) Visitor 10:15 Tell Your Neighbor 10:30 Heart's Desire 11:00 Kntc Smith Speaks 11:15 Fashions In Rhythm 11:30 Radio Farm Journal Friday P. M. 12:00 News 12:15 Noonday Mclodlci 1:00 Queen For a Day 1:30 CIrnin Reporter 1:35 I.S. T. C. On the Air 2:00 Martin Block Show 2::tt MAJOR LKAGUK BASEBALL RUSAMINE LARSON (8 p. m.) Mrs. Larson, one of Mason City's most talented citizens — composer and pianist, conducts her own program exclusively over KGLO- FM. Rosamine Larson plays selections of her own arrangement as well as some of her own compositions. KOSAMINE LARSON —Exclusive on KGLO-FM n- t (Fri.. 12:25) The Chicago Cubs and the. _ VS. r 1 rOteS Pittsburgh Pirates provide the notion—Bert Wilson provides the play by play description. * Thursday P. M. 5:00 For Children 5:01) For Children 5:15 You and Politics, CBS S 110 You Shall Have Musii- r>:l.i You Shalt llnv* Music, I'f.iff ti:00 You Shall Have Music . Your Krw on Sports, Stale Farm Insur.inre Man On the Street, PrllchariJ Dr. Stnndish, Medical Examiner, CBS Here's to Veterans, Vcm Massey Sings Guest Star. King Cole Trio Rosamtnc Larson Plays To Cecilia: Patroness of Music New*, Hay Seney Great Momenta In Music, Vance Sign Off fi:.W 7:00 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:30 0:00 0:15 10:00 10:00 10:;!0 lll:4.~> 11:00 Globe- Friday A. M. Office Hours At the Keyboard Easy Rhythm, Cool Spring Mr/no: To all Homes 11:«0 Neighborhood Newi, r>azctte 11:15 T!o the Homemnkcr 11 :45 To the Family 12:00 News. Wnrmhoudt Friday P. M. 12:15 Markets 12:20 PI ay ball 12:25 Chicago Cubs vs. Pittsburgh Pirates 2:30 Melody Lane 2:55 Broadway nnd Vine, CDS :<:00 Kninbow Rendezvous a .-.'.•• CBS News. CHS 3:30 Winner Tnkc All, CBS 4:00 Bob Clausen Show 5:00 For Children Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Pearson Missionaries to Africa Showing colored moving pictures and slides. THURSDAY, JULY 8, AT 8 P. M. FIRST COVENANT CHURCH Maple Drive at Tenn. Ave.

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