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w 6 April 19, 194' M»>«n Citjr Globe-Oiiette. HUM City. U. GOVERNOR SIGNS TAX ON SLOTS Blue Uses Veto Power on 2 Iowa Measures Des Moines, (#>)—The county of ficers salary increase bill and thi slot machine tax measure wen among those signed Friday bj Gov. Robert D. Blue. He also ve toed 2 bills. The county officers bill would increase the salaries of county officers, deputies, assistants am clerks to a minimum of $2,400 a year graduated up to $4,800 a year in larger counties, except the sheriff and county attorney who woult get up to $6,000 in Polk county. Another salary bill approved by the governor would increase the pay of the state insurance commissioner from $5,000 to $6,000 annually. The slot machine measure imposes a 2 per cent tax on slot machines, pinball machines, juke boxes and other coin operated devices and amusements to which tickets ol admission are not sold. The bill does not legalize slot machines. One of the vetoed bills would have authorized transfer of $5,742 in the city special fund of the Dallas county treasurer's office to the county general fund. The other measure which the governor vetoed was to require the state board of social welfare to pay the suspended taxes on homes of old age assistance recipients each year out of old age assistance funds instead of collect- Wesley Methodist Church Dr. Peterson Preaches: 10:45 •THE CttY OF THE DEVILS" 7:30 MEMORIAL SERVICE William E. Gourley — Lt. Dorance S. Granre ing them from the sale of property after the recipient is dead. Other bills signed by the governor would: Appropriate from the old age assistance fund $2,675 to 15 undertakers for funeral expenses for old age pensioners. Increase the maximum weekly benefit out of workers compensation from $18 to $20. Authorize an inventory of existing Iowa hospital facilities to orepare for a forthcoming hospital Building program partly financed federal funds. Increase the reimbursement of sheriffs for prisoner feeding by 20 o 35 cents a meal. Authorize $7,369,600 a year expenditures for the state highway commission for engineering, inspection and administration, and or primary road maintenance. Appropriate from the gener; :und ?800,000 in 1948 and $1,300, 300 in 1949 to reimburse local tax ng districts for loss of revenu up to 25 mills on property of wa veterans exempt from taxation. Mason City Churches ADVENT1STS Seventh-Day—1510 S. Delaware. Ervln Funk, pastor. Services every Saturday. Sabbath school, 9:45. Church services, 11. ALLIANCE Gospel Tabernacle—Bible school 9:45 . m. Morning worship, 10:45.. Message: "Exposition From I Corinth- ans the Art of Holy Living." Young people's fellowship, 7 p. m. Evangelistic service 8. "Armageddor or the Last World War." Prayer, praise and Bible itudy, Wednesday, a p. m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1615 Delaware N. E. Sunday school, 0:15. Worship, 11:15. C. A.'s service, :30. Evening service, 8. Midweek serv- ce Tuesday and Thursday, 8 p. m. C. B. Bell, pastor. SI. John' BAPTIST —The Rev. B. H. Hunter. lear California Man n "Black Dahlia" Case Los Angeles, (U.R)—Hugh S. Tor iert. Jr., 23, Altadena, Cal., lates n a long line of suspects ques oned in the "Black Dahlia" mur er of Elizabeth Short, 22, wa leared of suspicion Saturday. Torbert was released from cus oday after San Francisco polio riday found evidence to suppor is claim that he was in San Franisco Jan. 14, when Miss Shor •as killed and her mutilated bod: umped on a Los Angeles vacan ot. 3r. F. L. Andrews Dies in Chicago Word was received Saturday of e death of Dr. F. L. Andrews 3, of Chicago. He was the son of ie late E. C. Andrews of Mason ity. Funeral arrangements are complete. WELCOME to RADIO CHAPEL CARL J. SENTMAN, Pastor 9:00 a. m. KGLO Bible Broadcast 10:00 a. m. Bible School 11:00 a. m.—"Paul's Petitions for the Saints" Eph. 3 7:00 p. m.—Livewires and Sunrise Society 8:00 p. m.—"Christ, the End of the Law" y Sabbath Question Who are the 144,000? Splendid Musical Program under direction of Mr. Ted Marsh Dr. and Mrs. R. E. McKINNEY , will be at the OPEN BIBLE CHURCH 1702 Carolina Ave., S. E. SUNDAY . . . speaking at the 11:00 o'clock and 8:00 o'clock hour. Dr. McKinney will bring an unusual message Sunday night on the "Rise and Fall of World Empires." Dr. McKinney is a world traveler and in his travels has been a keen observer of world conditions. This message will be illustrated by masterpiece paintings. Do not fail to hear and see this timely message. astor. Sunday ij youth day. Mrs. w. B. Martin In charge. 9:45. Church school. 11, Worship service. 6:30. Young people's meeting. The Rev. B. F. Parker, president. 3. Worship sen-ice. Music by young people's choir. CATHOLIC St. Jgseph'f — Sunday masses at 6:30, 8 9 and 10:30. The Very Rev. P. J. Behan, head of the Mason City deanery- the Rev. A. Heurlng and the Rev. Joseph A Krocheski. Holy Family— 2nd St. N. W. Sunday sen-Ices 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Monsignor B. P. Murphy, the Rev. Robert Swift and the Rev. Edward Riley. officiating. CHRISTIAN First— Adams at 4th N. W. -George O Marsh, pastor. S:30, Bible school. 10-30 worship: "The Creative Process Still Goes on." 5:30. Senior and Intermediate Crr. Wednesday; 0:20, Fello%vshlp dinner. CYF sponsors of program. Friday, women's council groups. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST First— Washington at 3rd N. W Sunday service, 11. Subject: "Doctrine of Atonement." Sunday school, 11. for pupils under 20. Wednesday evening meeting. 8. Reading room, east whig of church. Week days, 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. CHURCH OF GOD Church of God In Christ— 818 Jackson S. W. Sen-ice at 8 p. m. Sermon: "Right Things in Wrong Places." by thc pastor Harold Halthcox, minister. v^^- allonal m&sages and Herbert P. Rumford music. The Rev. of First BapUst CONGBEGATIONA1 * Unister Helienstein, D. D. Sunday , . . at 9:30 a. m. Public worship at Pastor's sermon topic: "Let There ichool 10:45. Pastor's sermon topic: "Let There Be Light." Special music. Mrs. B Raymond Weston. director of music. Mrs. Stinehart, organist. The new r ames E. church to ipeak on "Modern YouUi Responds." CttJtEK OKTHODOX At 1401 N. Washington. The Rev. Father Ambrose 'G. Glannouiikos. Vespers and confessions every Saturday, 7. Sunday: Matins. 8:30. High mass. 10:45. Holy days. 9:30. Catechism for children, C to 6:30 every Friday. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Jehovah's Witnesses—Services at 1817 'South Federal. Public address, to be given by F. C. Taylor, representative of the Watchtower society, "The Truth About Jehovah's Witnesses," Sunday. 2:30 p. m. Watchtower study. "Reasons for the Resurrection Hope," 3:30 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. Junior choir anthem: "Ye Sen-ants of God." The pastor's sermon: "A Century of Grace." in commemoration of the Centennial of the Missouri synod of the Lutheran church. At 10:30 a. m., the second sen-ice. The senior choir sings: "Praise Ye the Lord," by Jones. At 11:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m.. "The International Lutheran Hour." Centr.l—329 East State. Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. Chief service. 11. Anthem: "The Lord Is My Light." by Allitsen. O/fertory anthem, junior choir: "Evening Prayer." by Humperdlnck. Sermon: "Cod: His Presence. Power and Grace." Sunday evening, 6:30, Luther league. Immanuel—5th and Jersey S. E. (Au- gustana synod). Ernest A. Bergeson, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m, r)lvine worship, 10:30. .Sermon: "Our Educational Missions." Vocal solo: "The Holy City," by Adams sung by Mrs. Ernest Bergeson. Choir anthem: "God Is Love," by Speaks. W. Haven—Worship. 9 a. m. Sermon: "The Shepherd's Care." - Sunday school Death Toll in Blast-Razed Texas City Mounts to 377 Fires Still Burning in Oil Storage Tanks of Southern Community Texas City, Texas, (/P)—Weary but dogged rescue workers in grotesque asbestos suits were ready at sunrise Saturday to go back into the haunted ruins of the Monsanto plant for more victims of Wednesday's explosions. Roy Wade, administrative assistant to Col. Homer Garrison of the department of public safety, said late Saturday tbat the known dead in last Wednesday's disaster totaled 377. Fires still burned in oil storage tanks, casting a gloomy pall of smoke over the area. The grim task of putting them out continued. Also continued is the coast Our Sai-lor'n, M/dltnd lltlfhts— Church school and Bible class, 9:45 a. m. Worship service, 11. Sermon: "The Lord Js My Shepherd." Confirmation class at the parsonage at 9:45 a. m. C. Henry Anderson, pastor. SI. James—502 6th S. E. Sunday school, 9:30. Divine service. 10:30. Sermon by Pastor E. M. Mueller "Lord, Pour Out Thy Spirit Upon Us That We May See Visions." Vocal solo. Marian Wolken"Prayer," by Curran. Junior v p. m. Oswald E. G. Mall, Vurlitzer electric organ, through "the courtesy of the Vance Music company will be used until the new Aeolian-Skinner organ can be installed. Pilgrim lel- owship meets in the Youth chapel at :13 p. m. Mr. James Brown, counselor. COVENANT Mission Covenant—JOSS Maple Drive unday school, 2:30. Church service. 3-ls' peaker interim-pastor from Charles City Number by the choir of the Cove- ant church from Charles City. EPISCOPAL St. Joim'i-First N. E. at Pennsylvania The Rev. C. Burnett Whitehead. rector "-'" Communion. 8 a. m. Church school, Morning prayer. 11. Organ ore-.?; S ?V R ' E ' Patt °n. organist. ,„ «;,. Lmt TWnes." Anthem: "God s jf y Shepherd," Dvorak. Meeting of the estry in the conference room following Jlc morning service. 8 EVANGELICAL Grace—14th N. w. and Adams. F W '"""""' '" Sunday school at 10 . Anthem by choir. ': Theme: "Christian . endland. pastor. onfidence. 30 and 7:30 p. m. presentation ™, District group youth rally. Afternoon devoted cni . y°""> problem and oulh work, evening devoted to inspir- ALLIANCE Tabernacle «1G N, DeUw«re LOWELL, L. yoUNG, F.stor 10:43 A. M. THE AKT OP HOLY LIVING 8:00 p. M TBE LAST WOULD WAR rtauer, league. pastor. T r I n i t y—Sunday school at Calvary chapel, 1615 N. Delaware ot 9 a. m Sunday school at Trinity church. 508 S. Penr... at 9:45. KOLO sermon broadcast at 10:15. Morning worship at the Palace theater at 11. Adult Confirmation lecture at 3 p. m. Alvin N. Rogness, pastor. METHODIST First—Washington at 2nd N. W. Lloyd A. Gustalson. D. D., Minister. 9'30 Church school. 10:45. Worship service' Sermon: "Beliefs That Matter," the Rev George Shells. Anthem: "Bless This House." Brahe, and "Dear Lord and Father of Mankind," Maker, junior choir 6 p. m.. Youth fellowship. Doctor John Clinton, speaker. Weslej—Pennsylvania and 14th s. E Paull Arnold Peterson. D. D., minister ':30 a. m.. Church school, senior M. Y T. 10:45. Worship. Mrs. Carlson will play "Larghett" from "Second Symphony," Beethoven and "Largo in G " Wely. The choir directed by Mrs Peterson will sing "Open Our Eyes." Mac- In £ e - 5S lor ^ elereon ' s sermon theme will be "The Cry of the Devils." 6:15 p. m., Junior-Hi M. Y. F. 6:30, Junior MY. F. 7:30, Evening worship, memo- ?f S^'f!. 1 " W> ! »™ E-.GoSrley and Patricia guard investigation into the cause of the trigger-explosion aboard the Grand Camp, a French vessel that was loading nitrate when it blew up at 9:12 a. m. that fatal morning, taking much of the town with it. In recurring explosions and fires, 2 other ships were sunk, the High Flyer and the Wilson B. Keene. The multi-million dollar Monsanto Chemical Corporation plant was destroyed with a heavy loss of life. A member of the coast guard board Friday said the cause of the explosion was "the 64-million dollar question" that may not be answered for years. Memorial services for the dead will be held at 6 p. m. at the football field. All denominations are joining in the service. Rumors which persisted Friday that some survivors had been found beneath the mountain of wreckage that was the Monsanto plant were unsubstantiated. ™«i orance , S - Gran S c - rca Williams will sing "The Holy city " Adam. OPEN BIBLE Church of the Open Bible— 1702 Carol, , E ' Sunda y school. 9:45 a. m Sin"* wor t hlp ' "• M «sage by Mrs. MCKinney. Young people's service 7 " E ^ n J? !lstic sa-vice, 8. Message r 11 i «,Fall of World Empires." Hev. Elbert Dougherty. I-EESBYTERIAN TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship 11 A. M. Palace Theater Rev. Alvin N. Rogness,- Pastor A Cordial Invitation to All RADIO BROADCAST KGLO — 10:15 A. M. O f God, wljch , c »as«th all nnderstandin,, shall keep rour hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. £ph. 6:7 0f 1615 Delaware N. E. Sunday School — —10:15 A. M. Morning Worship — .- —11:15 A. M. C. A.'s Service — —7:30 P. M. Evening Service — —8:00 P. M. KEV. C. B. BELL Pastor and Pastor, tiie ..Corning." and "Spring," by Grieg ,S S? '" to* Mountains." by Felton, and "Toccattaii," by Lardelli. Mrs. Ret. Shn^'f ?» WU1 slng a sol °- Church school at 10 a. m. for junior intermwU- Ete and senior departments: at 11 for nursery, primary and beginners. Westminister fellowship at 7 p. m. INTERDENOMINATIONAL Hope Gospel Mission— 624 South Pollt ssr-cfissfygfiiSii. Preachin «' "• Salvation Army— 310 s. Federal. Ma) K. Davis, in charge. Sunday school, 10 a. m., 2 p. m. Morning worship 11 Young people's meeting. 6-45 p m to charge of Miss Arlene Mc-are «d kto Vandenberg Wants Halt in Red Shipment Washington, (IP)— Senator Vandenberg (R-Mich.), called Saturday for a halt in shipment of lend- lease goods to Russia until the Soviet Union "satisfactorily" settled its wartime lend-lease accounts. Reversing a position he took in thc senate Friday, the chairman of the senate foreign relations committee told a reporter he does not favor under present conditions the shipping of oil refining equipment to Russia which was ordered under the lend-lease arrangement. Dean Acheson, undersecretary of state, Friday urged fulfillment of an agreement by which the Soviets would obtain this equip- RETAIL PRICES HIT NEW HIGH Cost-of-Living Items Set All-Tjme Record Washington, <U.R)—Retail prices of cost-of-living items reached an all-time high on March 15, the bureau of labor statistics reported Saturday. A 4 per cent rise in food prices between Feb. 15 and March 15 was largely responsible for the new record, BLS said. BLS figures showed, however, that food prices since have dropped slightly. A survey of 16 foods in 12 cities between March 15 and April 15 showed a food price decline of about i of 1 per cent. The bureau pointed out that food prices usually increase during that period. The bureau reported that overall retail prices were 2 per cent higher on March 15 than on- Dec. 15, 1946, when the previous high was reached. Living essentials were 20 per cent higher than on March 15, 1946, and 58 per cent higher than in August, 1939. Commodity prices, rents and essential services showed a composite Increase of about 2 per cent between Feb. 15 and March 15. "Prices increased for all major groups of items used by moderate- income families in large cities," the bureau said. "Food prices ad- 7:30 Sunday School Lesson Preview 8:00 News, CBS 8:15 Chosen People 8:35 Salt Lake City Choir. CBS 9:00 Bible Broadcast, Kaulo Cbupcl 9:30 Lutheran Gospel Hour ltl:(W N e w s. Warren Sweeney, Curti! C»nuy Co.. CBS 10:05 Singing Strlncs 10:15 Trinity Lutheran Church Program 10:30 Melody Parade 10:15 1-ront 1'aje News, Oseo Drue (Clau sen) 11:00 Church or the Air, CBS 11:30 Old Fashioned Revival Hour The Rev. taller 13:30 News, Milwaukee Koad (Clausen) •i: 15 One Alan's opinion, M a s o » Oil Globe-Gazette 1:00 Wilson Hour, Wilson and Co 1:30 Hires to You, Hires Root Beer. CBS 2:00 New York IMiIlharrnoiilc U S Rubber Co., CBS 3:30 Hour of Charm, Electric Companies CBS 4:00 Tbe Family Hour, Prudential In surance Co.. CBS 4:31) Hoary Carmlcliael, I, u d e n Courh Drops. CBS 4:15 Joseph C. Slarsch, News .CBS 5:00 Music for You > 5:15 News of tbe Nation, p. c and (Clausen) 5:30 Kate Smith Sines, Poslum, CBS H:00 Gene Autry. Wrijley's Cum. CBS (i:3ll Blondie, Colgate Co., CBS 7:(IO Adventures of Sam Spade, Wildroot Co., CBS 7:30 Crime Doctor. Philip-Morris Co CBS 7:53 News. Ned Calmer, Parker Pen Co.. CBS 8:011 Meet Corliss Archer. Campbell Soups. CBS 8:30 The New Tony Martin Show. Texas Co., CBS 3:00 Take It or Leave It, Eversharp Co.. CBS 9::)0 Voice of Prophecy. Inc. l»:tJO Evening News Roundup, Vance Music Co. (Clausen) 10:15 Organ Reveries vanced almost 4 per cent, after having declined between mid- November and mid-February." Food prices in large cities showed an increase of 3.9 per cent between Feb. 15 and March 15. Fresh fruits and vegetables and meats each rose more than 5 per cent, the bureau said, while fats and oils increased 9 per cent. The food price index for March 15 rested at 189.5, taking the 193539 average as 100. The March 15 figure for food was one per cent higher than that of Nov. 15, 1946, and -2.4 per cent above the previous peak of June, 1920. 10:30 Bock Temple, CUS Hour, Fort Wayne 11:00 Nem, CBS 11:05 Blue Bamm's Orchestra, CBS 11:30 Les Brown's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 News, CBS Monday BEST BETS ON KGLO-CBS Vaughn Monroe (C:30 p. m.) Bandleader-pianist Claude Thornhill and comedienne Shirley Booth are guests on "The Vaughn Monroe Show." Musical highlights include "Linda," "You Can't See The Sun When You're Crying," and a medley of all-time hits played by Thornhill. * * * Pttrni\& (" P- ra -' Ginny Simms lends her vocal talents to ruruue "Your Hit Parade" for the final CBS broadcast. Andy Russell and Mark Warnow's orchestra, with the Hit Paraders Chorus, make up the regular cast. Symphonette ment and pay for it under terms of a 30 year credit. the sss. . meeting, Thursday, 7:45 p. , , brigade Saturday, U P m sunbeam . . 10 a. m. Junior le- Helicopter Removes Injured American Pilot Manila, (fP>—A U. S. 13th air- lorce helicopter succeeded Saturday in removing an injured American pilot from the rugged mountain area where his plane crashed April 7. The pilot, 1st Lt. Stanley J. Hillock, of Los Angeles, suffered 2 broken ankles and a fractured hip when the liaison plane come down in the Sierra Madre mountains 22 miles east of Manila M/Sgt. Thomas Harper of Chester, 111., also aboard the plane, encountered a rescue party after hiking for 3 days in search of help Harper lost 40 pounds on the arduous hike. When this agreement was assailed in the senate by republican colleagues, Vandenberg said he believed the United States must fulfill its agreements or be in a position of being unable to demand that Russia meet its agreements. Saturday, however, Vandenberg said in response to questions that he wants to make his position clear. • "I would make no further shipments under this supplemental lend-lease agreement unless and until the Soviet Union satisfactorily cures its long defaults in negotiating a general lend-lease settlement," Vandenberg said. "Indeed," he continued, "I would have stopped all supplemental shipments when the Soviet Union ignored the first of our requests general settlements. "But in the event of such a settlement I would be ready to scrupulously keep our word," he concluded. Send Your Contribution to Cerro Gordo County Cailcer Committee 1171 North Federal or leave at Your Local Bank THIS AD PAID FOR BY LISTEN TO KGLO Ton/Ye 7:00 to 7:15 HEAR Douglas McMannes Local CIO Representative Discuss the Mass Labor Rally Called for Sunday, April 20-2 p. m. Wallace Not'Disturbed By Churchill's Attack Stockholm, (U.R)—Henry A. Wallace isn't a bit disturbed because Winston Churchill considers him a "crypto-communist." "I understand that the great British leader whom we all ow gratitude honored me with th. term 'crypto-communist,'" Wai lace told a Swedish audience Fri day night. "It suggests that I am maneuvering against world peace "I refuse to be disturbed. The cause oi peace was never servec by name calling or hatred. Hatrec sunders people but love encompasses them." Wallace will speak in Oslo Saturday night at a meeting sponsored by Norwegian labor party leaders. King Christian Failing- Copenhagen, (U.R)—King Christian remained near death Saturday alter gradually losing ground for several days. A bulletin Saturday morning said "his majesty slept rather well. His condition is unchanged." WHO NBC NETWORK 1040 Kilocycle. SATURDAY EVENING 6:45 P. Masters 10:00 Sunset Corntrs 7:00 Life of Kiley 10:15 News 7:30 Truth or Cons. 10:30 Juay Canova 8:00 Time, Place. Tuill:00 Nen's,Mluic 8:30 Dance Frolic 11:13 Louts Prlma 9:00 Dance Party lt:30 News 9:30 Dance Jubilee 31:45 Keiv.s Music 9:45 Jamboree 12:00 Rhythm Parade SUNDAY 7:30 Bible B'cast 3:30 Quiz Psm. 8:00 News 4:00 Symphony 8:15 Story 5:00 News 8:30 Words, Music 5:15 Music Flight 9:00 Christ. Science 5:30 Bob Burns 9:lD News e-.OU Jack Benny 9:30 Circle Arrow 6:30 Phil Harris 10:00 News 10:15 A Leclon 10:30 Radio League 11:00 Ch. Services 12:0(1 Canary Show 12:15 Com Story 12:30 Roundtable 1:00 How. Barlow 1:30 Harv. of Stars 2:00 Cavalaro 2:30 1 Man's Fam. 3:00 Quiz Kits 7:00 C. McCarthy 7:30 Fred Allen 8:00 M. M.-Go-R'nd 8:30 F Music 9:00 Don Amechc 8:30 To Be An 10:00 Aus., Scofic)d 10:15 News 10:30 Billboard 10-43 H. Rusie.i 11:00 Am. United 11:30 Ok! Fasti Hfv. Big 4 Takes Up Frontiers for Austria Moscow, W 1 )—The Big 4 foreign ministers agreed Saturday at the demand of Secretary of State George C. Marshall to take up the problem of Austria's frontiers Saturday night. This involved chiefly Yugoslavia's demand for southern Ca- rinthia. Russia has favored and the western powers have opposed this demand. A final deadlock on this issue Saturday night—following up Friday night's stalemate on German assets—would be about the only thing needed to bury the Austrian treaty for the present. While Marshall and British Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin have not declared themselves formally for an immediate windup of the conference, both are widely reported tc be anxious to leave here as soon as possible in view of almost overwhelming evidence that no agreement can be reached on either a German or an Austrian treaty. Marshall's move Saturday appeared to be one more test to prove no progress possible without an almost incredible change of policy on somebody's part. The Big 4 got through 3 routine articles of the Austrian pact Saturday, and while there was some shifting of positions on minor points and much arguing back and forth in the 2-hour session, informants made it clear that nothing worth while was accomplished. Cleveland Editor Slated for Election as Head of Newspaper Society Washington. (U.R)—N. R. How- * * (8:45 p. m.) Saturday night's classical program includes Sousa's "Diplomat March," final movement of Beethoven's Concerto No. 1, with Walter Hendl as soloist, Faure's "The Palms," and Rossini's "Perpetual Motion." * * * Killerc '9:15 a. m.) "This Is Hollywood" presents thc radio lie premiere of "The Killers," with Burt Lancaster and Edmond O'Brien playing their original screen roles of "Swede" and "Riordan." SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS C C I acenn ( 7: 30 a. m.) Dr. Mina Bi'awner, missionary to Aus"• "• wesson tralia, who has been speaking at thc Church o£ the Open Bible in Clear Lake, discusses the subject: "The foundations of national strength." * * * (Tkrtir ( 8:3 ° a - m -) Tlle Tabernacle Choir offers "God wuuir So L 0ve( j the world" from the "Crucifixion," "Holy Spirit, Truth Divine," "The Talisman" and "Hushed Was the Evening Hymn." * * * (10:15 a. m.) The Rev. A. N. Rogness takes as his subject "When You Sutler." The speaker classifies suffering into 3 types and suggests how, by God's help, a person may surmount each kind * if fhnrrh r»f Air < n a - m -> The Rt - Rev - Msgr. W. M. Farrell, wiiuibii or vur rector o£ st Mary ' s cathedral, Wichita, Kans., pleads for amity among Protestants, Catholics and Jews in a discourse on religious intolerance. Rogness Speaks One Man's Opinion (12:45 p. m.) Speaking on the subject, "A Manifestation of the Golden Rule," Earl Hall, Globe-Gazette editor, will describe the origin and development of medical care for Iowa's indigents. The Iowa program, he will say, is unmatched anywhere. * * * Pkillinpmnn'ii* (^ p. m.) Leopold Stokowski conducts the New r mmurmuiiii York p h ji narrnonic Symphony in Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, the 1st Symphony in C Minor by Brahms, and the Love Music from Acts II and III of Wagner's "Tristan and Isolde." The intermission talk concerns Johannes Brahms, composer. (3:30 p. m.) A festival of spring music is highlighted by Evelyn's rendition of the final movement from Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto. "Voices of Spring," "Danny Boy" and "Ave Maria" are also featured. * * * (4 p. m.) Alec Templeton plays his own song, "One More Waltz," as guest ori the "Family Hour." Templeton also offers a special arrangement of "Evening Song" from "Tannhauser," giving it a Jolson treatment. Hour of Charm , ( , : Hi Family Hour Smith tMiniii (5;3 ° p - jn an Geol 'S e Sanders will appear dramatic sketch as Kate's I I (1:110 New, 0:10 Farm Tips 11:30 Farm Reporter. Stole Brand Creameries, Inc. (Jensen) C:4f> Morning News Roundup. Joe l>au« iels Auto Supply (Clausen) 7:1)0 Itise and Slilne, National Biscuit Company 7:1 ! > Tune Time 7:311 Keeii Time with Damons 8:15 Jlolsum Headlines, llolsum Bread (Clausen) 8:30 Especially for Vou 8:43 Today In O.sa(re »:00 Bible Droadcast. Radio Chapel »:I5 Clear Lake on the Air 9:31) Romance of Evelyn Winters, Manhattan Soap. CUS 9:45 Coffee Time 1(1:00 Netvs Dlfnl, Jacob E, Decker and Sons (Miller) 10:15 Waltz Time 10:OT Grand Slam. Wonder Bread. CBS 0:45 Home Town News Olobe-Gazstte- (Clausen) 1:0(1 Kate Smith Speaks, General Foods, CUS 1:15 Spotlight on a Star 1:30 Oklahoma Roundup. CBS 2:110 Today's Markets 2:03 Dinnertime Review > Noon Roundup, Sears Roebuck Co. 2:31) Front Paje Newi, Osco Drug (1111- ton) l''-A~> Farm and Home Topic Time, SU Paul Livestock Market 1:OD President Harry S. Truman. CBS 1:1! Thc Friendly Philosopher, Marshall and Swift 1:30 Mystery Melody Game 1:45 Rose of My Dreams, Manhattan Soap Co.. CBS 2:00 Arthur Godfrey Time. CBS 2:30 Winner Take All, CBS "'• Hint Hunt. Armour and Co., CBS 1:00 House Party. CBS News. National Biscuit Co. 3:30 Accents on Music 4:00 Columbia School of thc Air. CBS 4:30 Mailbag guest. Jack Miller's orchestra supports Miss Smith in her song styling of current hit tunes. ard, editor of the Cleveland News, was slated for election here Saturday as president of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. Howard, for the past year first vice president of the Newspaper Executives' group, will succeed Wilbur Forrest, assistant editor of the New York Herald Tribune. Approximately 300 editors attending ASNE's 25th anniversary convention were winding up their Gene Autry Blondie (6 p. m.) The singing cowboy features "Why, Oh Why Did I Ever Leave Wyoming," along with "Can't See the Sun When You're Crying,' 1 "Blue. Blue Eyes," arid "The Old Lamplighter." * * * (6:30 p. m.) Mr. Dithers comes to visit thc Bumsteads while his wife is out of town, and Blondie finds that kindness is the only way to break down his unbearable attitude * * * (7 p. m.) A landlord who does business with a thousand tenants, though he has been a recluse for hall a century, is the central figure in "The Mean Landlord Caper," in which Spade solves 2 murders Sam Spade 3-day session. Labor highlighted the morning problems program. KGLO-CBS Daily Program Schedules * * Saturday P. M. 5:00 Decision Now 3:15 Thc Chicagoans, CBS 5:45 Barbershop Harmonics. Iowa Mn- tual Liability Insurance Co. 6:00 Ncu-5 ot thc Nation, r. G. and E. (Miller) 6:35 Postmark Mason City 6:30 Vaughan M o n r o c's Orchestra. Camel Cisarets, CBS 7:00 Douglas IVIcllanncs. CIO 7:30 Mayor of thc Town. Noxzcma. CBS 7:55 NCM-S, Ned Calmer, Parker Ten Co.. CBS 8:00 Hit Parade. Lucky Strike Cigarcls. CBS 8:4.", World's Mosl Honored Music, Lon- Sinc-Wittnaaer Watch Co, 9:13 This is Hollywood, Camay Soap. CBS 9:45 Talks. CBS 0:00 Kveninc News Roundup, First National Bank (Miller) 0:15 Spcrts Camera 0:30 Freddie NaecTs Orchestra. CBS 1:00 News. CBS 1:05 Louis Prima's Orchestra. CBS 1:30 Chuck Foster's Orchestra, CBS •!:(«) N'ew^. CBS Tonv Mrtrtin ( 8:3 ° p - m -^ Heci Skelton and his perpetual com- luny ITIUIIIII p ar ,j orli tne -mean widdle boy," drop in to add laughs to Tony's new show. Martin sings hit tunes from "Finian's Rainbow." Evelyn Knight is featured songstress * * * Meet thp Brtirerc < 9 p - m -> Pnil Baker celebrates the 7th an- meet rne ocKers niversary o£ . T . lke lt Or Leave lr by rming the studio with people named Baker. "Take It Or Leave It" began April 21, 1940, and Baker has been emcee since Dec 28 1941 * * * WEEK-END SPECIAL GUESTS Sunday :0fl News. CItS :15 The Mariners. CBS RED SKELTON —On "Tony Martin Show" CLAUDE THORNHILL """•• VauEhn Monroe i 1

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