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i-.-j'— 2 April Vt, 1M7 «UM City GltlMvCucMc, M«M CUT, 1*. McMannes, Griebling on Air Sunday Douglas McMannes, business agent of the United Packinghouse Workers Union No. 38, C. I. O., and Jim Griebling, president of the Mason City Trade: and Labor assembly, will speak on KGLO Sunday evening from 5:30 to 5:45. The discussion by the 2 labor chiefs will be " a report on our trip to Des Moines and an open letter to our state representative. W. H. Nicholas." Mason City Churches THE GOLDEN TEXTc "Be ye kind one to onother."— Ephesions 4:32. *** ******** Reveal Lone Bobby Guarded Thames River Control During War London, (if)— All during the war Londoners puzzled over why a solitary Bobby stood guard in front of a closed bronze door in the Leicester Square subway station in the center of the city. Saturday they finally got the answer. The London Transport system published a booklet telling its war secrets, one of which was that behind that bronze door was the whole complicated apparatus controlling floodgates designed to keep the Thames out of the subway in the event of a bomb hit on a tube under the river. Harlan Democrat Is Confirmed by Senate for Iowa Liquor Post Des Moines, (£>) — Russell F. Swift, Harlan democrat, was confirmed by the senate Friday for reappointment to the state liquor control commission for a 6-year term beginning July 1. Salary for the -post will be boosted from $4,500 to $5,000 a year on that same date. No new name for appointment to the state highway commission was before the executive session which confirmed Swift The senate previously had rejected Gov. Hobert D. Blue's nomination of Lee R. Watts, Corning republican, to succeed Hay Emerson of Creston. The post could be filled by a 2- year interim appointment after the legislature adjourns. * * * AUVENT1STS £tvtnto.-D»y—1516 S. Delaware. Ervln yunk. pastor. Services every Saturday. Sabbath school, 9:45. Church services. 11. ALLIANCE Gospel T»b«n*cle—Bible school. 9:45: worship, 10:45; m«s«8e. "The Church and Its Worship." Young peoples fellowship, 7. Evangelistic service. 8, message, "Will There Be m General Resurrection." Prayer and Bible study Wednesday, S. ASSEMBLY Of GOD 1615 Delaware N. E. Sunday school. 10:15. Worship, 11:15. C. A.'s service. 7:30: evenifif service. 8. Midweek service Tuesday and Thursday, 8 p. m. C. B. Bell. pastor. BATTIST •• St. John—The Rev. B. H. Hunter, pastor. 9:45. church school; 11, worfthlp; 6:30, young people's meeting,' Rev. B. P. Parker, president: 8, worship, music by senior choir: Mrs. M. Bailey, president. CATHOLIC St. Joseph's— Sunday masses at 6:30. 8, B and 10:30. The Very Bev. P. J. Beban. head of the Mason City deanery; the Rev. A. Heuring and the Rev. Joseph A. Krocheski. Holy Fimllr—2nd St. N. W. Sunday services 7. t, S, 10 and 11. Monsignor R. P. Murphy, the Rev. Robert Swift and th* Bev. Edward Rlley, oHlciatlng. CHRISTIAN First—Adams at 4th N. W. George O. Marsh, pastor. >:30, Bible school; 10:30. worship. "The Will to Live Abundantly;" 5:30-6:30. senior and Intermediate CYF. Wednesday. 6:20, fellowship dinner, program by department of Christian education. CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST First—Washington at 3rd N. W. Sunday service, 11; subject. "Probation After Death." Sunday school, 11, for pupils under 30. Wednesday evening meeting, S. room, tut wing of church. Wwfc _ a. m. to 5 J>. m, CHURCH OF GOB . Church of God ID Chrlit—818 Jackson S. W. Service at 8 p. m. Sermon by pastor, Harold Halthcox. CONGREGATIONAL First—Delaware at 1st N. X. Minister, Roy C. Helfenstein, D. D. Director of music, Mrs. B. Reymond Weston; organist, Mrs. James E. Stinehart. Sunday Missionary." Anthem, "The Lord My Shepherd Is." St. Janes—502 Cth S. E. Sunday school. 9:30: divine service, 10:30, sermon by the Rev. E. M. Mueller. "Dare We Pass Them By?" Junior choir, "Light of the World." Luther league film, 7:45, congregation Invited. Oswald £. G. Mall, pastor. Trinity—Sunday school at Calvary. 1615 N. Delaware. 9. at Trinity, 508 S. Penn.. S:45; KGLO strmon broadcast, 10:13; worship at Palace theater, 11; confirmation adult lecture, 3: Luther college program at Trinity church. 7:30. refreshments following. Alvln N. Sogness, pastor. METHODIST First—Washington at 2nd N. W. Lloyd A. Gustafson. D. D., minister. 9:30, church school: 10:45, worship, sermon, "Know Your Church," Doctor Gustafson; anthems, "Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled." Speaks, Mrs. R. W. Blstllne, soloist; "Work For the Night Is Coming," Mason. Junior choir; solo. "The Good Shepherd." Van JDe Water, Mrs. Hobson: 5. youth fellowship. Wesley—^Pennsylvania and 14th S. E. Paul Arnold Peterson. D. D.. minister. 9:30, church school, senior M.YJ?.; 10:45, worship, sermon. "A Moral Tragedy;" Mrs. Carlson -will play "Adagio," Op. 5, Andlng. and "Alia Marcla," Backet. The choir, directed by Mrs. Peterson, will sing "Seek Ye the Lord," Roberts, with obllgato by Ronald Abel; 6:15, iunlor-hl M.YJT.; 6:30. junior M.YJ 1 .: 7:30. evening worship. Piano solo. "Largo," Dvorak. Miss Carole Hobbs. "Young Adults- Whet?" by Miss Mary Lou Rasmusen. Don Fredericks, Terence Lane. NAZARENE Sunday school, 9:45; worship, 10:45; pre-prayer service. 6:30: young people's service, 7; evangelistic service, 8; midweek »en1«, - - - Davix, pastor. Recluse Evicted From Debris-Filled House Mollne, 111., OT—Newton Williams, 79-year-old recluse, evicted from his debris-filled 2-story home here, watched workmen clear-out the house Friday and auctioned off some of. the items to bystanders. Williams, taken to tbe Rock Island county home after his eviction, refused to stay there. "This is a fine way to do," Williams asserted after returning here. "Get me out of town and then tear my house down." The house in which Williams lived more than 30 years was purchased last October by the Illinois Bell Telephone company which plans to tear it down and erect a new exchange building on the site. Wrecking crews, moving- In Friday,'found the rooms and the basement filled with snch thing* as stacks of newspapers and ma;- ailnes, colls of rope, some of it new; piles of lumber, blank keys, and boxes of paper clips, curlers and pins. Also located in the house were several hundred dollars in coins found neatly stacked, in a safe. Two barns also on the property were jammed with a similar col- lection of odds and ends which Williams had collected. Telephone officials said they had been trying since last October to find a home for Williams, but none that he had been shown pleased him. O. S. Challman, supervisor of the home who took Williams to the home, said Williams had been served a good meal, but refused to wash or have a haircut and shave. Challman said Williams had agreed to return to the county home Friday night but told Challman that he would start looking for a new place to live Saturday. House Cuts $133,999,900 Off Truman's Budget on Interior Senate Is Expected to Restore Some Funds to Appropriations Bill school, S:30: worship, 10:48; subject, "Toe Busy to Live." Youth Pilgrim fellowship, 6:15. James Brown, counselor. EPISCOPAL St. Jrtn's—First N. E. at Pennsylvania. Tbe Bev. C. Burnett Whiiehead. rector. Holy Communion, t: church school. 11; morning prayer, 11. Mrs. R. E. Patton will play an organ prelude at 10:50. Sermon, "Sacramental Power." Solo, "Jerusalem," Parker, Mrs. T. J. Kiesselbach Anthem, "Cod So Loved the World,' Wednesday, a. Evert O. OPEN BIBLE 1702 Carolina S. E. Sunday school, 9:45- worship. 11. theme. "The Church, the Body of Christ:" young people's service, 7; evangelistic service, », theme, "Christ Preached." The north district rally will be held at the Mason City Open Bible church Monday at 8. The churches of the north district will be present. Meetings arc open to the public. Elbert Dougherty, EVANGELICAL -14th N. W. and Adams. F. W. Shelley. Gr»c Wendland, pastor. Sunday school 10; worship, 11: youth fellowship, 6:30. GBEEK OBTHODOX At 1401 N. Washington. The Kev. Father Ambrose G. Glannounkos. Vespers and confessions every Saturday, 7. Sunday: Matins, 8:30. High mass, 10:45. Holy days, 9:30. Catechism for children, 6 to 6:30 every Friday. Bethlehcn LUTHERAN" —Between^ 4th and 5th Algona Man, Helping Sick Neighbor, Dies Alfona—Howard Lowman, 76, dropped dead Saturday morning while helping a sick neighbor plow a garden with a small hand plow. He is survived by his widow and 5 children. Lowman is the first to die in a family of 9 brothers and sisters all past 60 years old. Funeral has been set for Tuesday at the Methodist church here. Admits Inflicting Wounds in Basement Mrs. Charles Seward, 26, is recovering at the Mercy hospital from self inflicted wounds about the face and neck. She was found in the basement of her home, 1109 6th S. W., at 9:30 a. m. Saturday by her mother, Mrs. E. L. Osborne, who called police. Mrs. Seward admitted to police she inflicted the wounds herself, saying she had been in a nervous condition. Delaware N. E. 8:30, Sunday school; 8:30, 1st service, junior choir, "Praise to the Lord, the Almishty;" sermon, "Selling the Birthright:" 10:30, 2nd service with rite of confirmation and baptisms: senior choir, "Abide, O Dearest Jesus;" 11:30 and 3:30. International Lutheran Hour. C. A. Hinz, pastor. Central—329 East State. Sunday school B:«; chief service. 41: anthem, "Send. Out Thy IJght" by Gounod: offertory solo, "O Lord, Be Merciful'" by Bartlett, Miss Jeane Moon. Luther league, 6:30, Man-in O. Lee, pastor. Immanuel~5th and S. Jersey. Ernest A. Bergeson. pastor. Sunday school, 9:30: divine worship, 10:30: Marvin Chellbert, student at Augustana college, will occupy the pulpit; sermon, "Every Christian, a pastor. FBESBTTEEIAN First—Washington at 9th N. W. Wilbur Frank Dlerklng. minister. Morning worship at 11. Sermon: "Tears." Mrs. Boy Servison will play "March Pontificate" by Lemmons, "Barcarolle" by Bender and "Alleluia" by Mozart. Mrs. Kermlt Larson is the soloist. Church school at 10 for juniors. Intermediates and seniors; at 11 for nursery beginners, and primary departments; Westminster Fellowship at 7 p. m., parish house. Elders and deacons will be ordained at the morning; worshlo service. INTERDENOMINATIONAL H»pe Go.pel Mission —6M South Polk place. Sunday school, 10. Preaching. 11. Mrs. Charles Hills, pastor. •all* Chapel—Carl J. Sentman, pastor. » a. ro., KGLO. Bible Broadcast; 30 «. m.. Bible school. The Rev. James Schreiber, superintendent of Oak Hllis Fellowship. Bemidji, Mian., will speak He brings the message at 11; worship, 7. Livewires and young people's service, the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sand, missionaries in Mlgarla, will be guest speakers and will show pictures of their work; S p. m., Pastor Sentman speaks at cvange- lisUc service: daily Bible broadcast, 9 a. m., KGLO. Salvation Army-510 S. Federal. Major K. Davis, officer in charge. Sunday school. PROMOTION FOR AGKLEY PASTOR Rumbaugh to Manage Dubuque University Ackley — The appointment of the Rev. Arthur F. Rumbaugh pastor of the First Presbyterian church in Ackley, as business manager of the University of Dubuque, succeeding John W. Warner, was announced officials. Mr. Rumbaugh will take up his June 1. duties at the university 10 a. m., 2 p. m.: worship. 11; young people's meeting, 6:45: evangelistic meeting, 7:45; corps cadet and Bible study, Tuesday, 7: Needle and Shuttle club! Thursday, 2; prayer meeting, Thursday. 7:45: band practice, Friday, 7: Sunbeam Brigade, Saturday, 10; Girl Guard club will meet Friday at 4. Evangelistic campaign In charge of Brig. E. M. Biistovr will begin Tuesday, 7:45 at Salvation Army citadel, 510 S. Federal. Clamp on Rigid Curfew ' Calcutta, (U.R)—A rigid curfew was imposed on wide areas of Calcutta Saturday to check an outbreak of Hindu-Moslem rioting which has taken an official toll of 14 dead and 90 injured within 24 hours. Wesley Methodist Church Dr. Peterson Preaches: "A MORAL TEAGEDI" "TOUNG ADULTS—WHATf" RADIO / l CARL J. SENTMAN, Pastor 9:00 a. m. KGLO Bible Broadcast 10:00 a. m. Bible School The Eev. James Schreiber, Supt of Oak Hills Fellowship of Bemidji, Minn., will show pic- tares of his work, also he mil spin his famous top. 11:00 Worship Service The Rev. Schreiber, Guest Speaker Choir and Duet 7:00 The Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Sand of Nigeria will speak—Pictures will be shown. 8:00 •Taul Before Asrippa and Agrippa Before Paul" Pastor Sentman Choir and Sextet Music Directed by Ted Marsh Gunman Kills State Patrolman Almost at Police Station Door Hood River, Ore., (ff)—A gun man killed State Patrolman Del man E. Rondeau, 32, almost at th door of the police station here Ia1 Friday night, then escaped afte failing to break into a service sta tion. Police set up a road block earl Saturday in an attempt to trap th killer. Rondeau saw the man attemp to break in, police officials declared, and called into the cit police station for aid. He ran to ward the service station, 75 fee away. A gun duel followed, wit Rondeau firing S shots. A bullet the chest killed him. Police found an ex-army surplu truck abandoned across the stree 1 In it were 3 rifles and 2 shotguns Man Is Indicted for First Degree Murder Des Moines, (JP)— Albert Lee Cormvelyl, 53, was held in the Polk county jail without bond Saturday, after the Polk county gram jury had indicted him on a charge of first degree murder in connection with the shooting of Carl W Woxell, 54. Cornwell, detectives said, had admitted he fired 3 times at Wox- ell at the home of Mrs. Marie Cornwell last March 17. ' TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship II A. M. Palace Theater Rev. Alvin N, Rogness, Pastor A Cordial Invitation to All RADIO BROADCAST KGLO — 10:15 A. M. "And lie not conformtd to this world: Bat be re transformed by the renew-In* of yonr mind, tb*t re mty prove what is that rood, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God." Romans l-:2 Of 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. REV. C. B. BELL Pastor Meeting on New Jail Interrupted by News of Prisoner's Escape The new business manager is a graduate of York Commercial college, York, Nebr.; Upper Iowa university, Fayette, and of the Omaha Presbyterian Theological seminary, Omaha, Nebr. For ten years before completing his education for the ministry, he was in business and for 2J years he was associated in the business management of the University of Nebraska. More recently he has been pastor of the First Presbyterian church at Ackley and before that pastor of the First Presbyterian church at Battle Creek, coming to Ackley Dec. 4, 1941. President Welch of the university said concerning this appointment: "We consider ourselves fortunate in the appointment of Mr. Rumbaugh to succeed John Warner. The new business manager has not only had actual experience in the business management of a university but in con- and Old Washington, (U.R)— The house- passed interior appropriations bill, cutting $133,999,900 from President Truman's budget request, went to the senate Saturday where more liberal funds were promised. Chairman Styles Bridge; (R-N. H.), of the senate appropriations committee, told reporters the senate bill would provide more money than the $161,413,513 allowed by the house, especially for western reclamation projects. President $295,413,413 Truman for the asked whole for department including $145,952,200 for reclamation. The house cut Iowa's Vote Washington, (jP)—Iowa's 8 representatives, all republicans, voted with the majority as the house Friday night passed, SOT- SO, the interior department appropriation bill. Earlier all 8 had voted with the majority as the house refused, 197-140, to send the bill back to committee for possible additions to tbe appropriation. 892,600 although funds projects were increased nection with work of the his ministry Presbyterian I.R) — The) Cave-In-Rock, 111., (U.R) county commissioners agreed Saturday they needed a new jail. Their meeting to discuss plans for the new building was interrupted Friday by an announcement that a prisoner had just kicked a hole in the wall and escaped from the old one. The prisoner, Stanley Kerr, who was being held on a drunkenness charge, was recaptured a few hours later. It was an old story in New Hardin county where the walls of the 58-year-old jail are dotted with new bricks replacing ones knocked out by escaping prisoners. People's Home at Ackley he has shown real ability in institutional mana_gement. We feel certain that he will prove a real addition both to the university and to the community." The Rumbaughs have 3 children, married daughter, Mrs. Ralph Radloff, Cozad, Nebr., Vida Faye, a senior student at Coe college, Cedar Rapids; and son Duane a freshman at the University in Dubuque. They will move to Dubuque about Aug. 1. Mr. Rumbaugh will carry on his pastoral duties at Ackley Presbyterian church until that date. reclamation funds down to $67,for 5 at the last minute by 55,175,000 to soften the blow to western congressmen. It took a noisy house until shortly after 8 p. m. Friday night to pass the measure on a final roll Bus Driver Loses Both Grl Friend and Wife Milwaukee, Wls., (U.R)—The long route through Milwaukee's east side was pretty lonely Saturday •Tor Bus Driver Chris Anton. The pretty girl who always sat behind the driver's seat and whispered "sweet nothings" in his ear was in jail. His wife had divorced u'm. Jo Anne Johnston, 20, Eagle liver, Wis., used to ride in the seat behind Anton until the day hat Mrs. Anton boarded the same bus. Witnesses said the girls had 'quite a discussion." When Mrs. Anton took the mater to the family court of Judge William F. Shaughnessy, Jo Anne old about the daily bus rides but forgot" to mention a train trip he made with Anton to her home t Eagle River, and several long distance telephone calls she had made to him. The judge ordered Miss Johnson arrested on a perjury charge nd granted Mrs. Anton a divorce. 24,000,000 Ounces of K-Ration Lemonade Powder Up for Sale Washington, (JP) —GIs who hopefully broke open a box of K rations for coffee and found lemonade powder instead don't know what they missed. It's a wonder there was ever anything else. The army had 24,000,000 ounces of the stuff left over, it turned out Saturday when the war assets administration offered it for sale. ienry Wallace Heads or U.S. by Airplane Paris. (UP.)—Henry A. Wallace eparted for the United States >aturday aboard the airliner Star E Madrid. He took off from Orly irfield at 11 a. m. (5 a. m. EST). Wallace will make a national roadcast and a lecture tour of he United States reporting on /hat he learned in Europe during is "peace crusade" through Eng- nd, Scandinavia and France. Commenting on the refusal of ollywood bowl athorities to ermit him to speak there, Walce said, "I have been telling the eople of Europe that free speech not dead in the United States nd still think so." 44 Persons Killed in Indochina Ambush Paris, (ff) —French dispatches from Indochina said Saturday that 44 persons, including 2 ministers of the Cochin-China government, were killed Friday 'when Viet- Namese forces ambushed a convoy 40 miles south of Saigon. The advices said the action, near Mytho on the Mekong river, was the most important attack by the Viet-Namese since hostilities began in Indochina last December. The 2 officials—Trupng Vinh Kpanh, education minister, and Diap Quang Dong, under-secretary of state—were killed when a road mine blew up their automobile. Mortar shells then smashed into the convoy which was escorting them. Viet-Namese forces, which have rebelled against the French colonial government, consider Cochin- Chinese officials puppets of the French. call vote of 307 to 30. The real test, however, was on a democratic motion to send the bill back to committee for substantial increases on 5 projects. Pulling some western republicans over to their side, the democrats got 140 votes for recommit- tal but lost to 197 GOP votes. For 7 -hours the GOP economy bandwagon steamrollered amendments to hike funds in the bill. Defeated easily were amendments to put in more money for the Bonneville Power administration, Central Valley project, reclamation investigations, Bureau of Mines, geological survey and synthetic fuel researches. Then Chairman Robert Jones, (R-Ohio), of the interior appropriations subcommittee, offered amendments to increase certain reclamation funds "to put them in line with other projects with greater holdovers from last year." These were accepted, as was a $150,000 increase for commercial fishing researches and fishing news services after Jones was assured legislation would be introduced to make that sum repayable by the fishing industry. Those concessions safeguarded some GOP western votes on tbe crucial recommital test. They gave the Columbia Basin project $11,435,000 instead of $9,435,000, Colorado Big Thompson, $6,815,000 instead of $4,815,000, Anderson Ranch dam, $3,874,000 instead of $2,874,000 and the Glendo, Wyo. project $9,787,600 instead of $9,702,600. SEEK RAILROAD FREIGHT REFUND Justice Department to File Court Action ' Washington, (fPj— The justice department, declaring railroads overcharged the government on wartime military freight, Friday announced proceedings will be filed on Monday to obtain refunds. The action before the interstate commerce commission was described as involving "millions of dollars." The government's complaint to be filed with the commission names 964 railroads as defendants. It asks for recovery of alleged overcharges on military and naval reight destined to overseas points between June 3, 1941 and Oct. 1, 1946. The principal contention of the ustice department is that the railroads refused to give the government the benefit of special low export tariffs on stored freight which was held up when space for overseas shipment was not available. • 12:43 On* Han's Oflnlgn, IKu.n City Clobe-Caselti 1:N WUsen M.ur. Wlls.n »od Co. 1:3* Hires to You. litres Ko«l Beer, CBS 2:00 Salt Lake City Choir, CBS 2:3t Hour »f Charm, Electric Companies CBS 3:0* The Family Hour. Prudential In surance Co., CBS 3:3* Jloacy Carmlchacl, Luden Cough Drops. CBS 3:45 Joseph C. Burscb. News, CBS 4:00 Ozzle and Harriet. International Cllver. CBS 4:30 Kate Smith Sines, I'OTtum, CBS 5:00 Baseball Scores 5:05 Music As You Like It 5:30 Familiar Music <1:MI Blondle. Colgate Co., CBS C:30 Crime Doctor. Philip-Morris Co., CBS 6:55 News, Ned Calmer; Parker pen Co.. CBS 7:00 Meet Corllis Archer, Campbell Soups, CBS 7:30 Tbe New Tony Martin Show, Texas Co., CBS 8:00 Take It or Leave It, Ever»li»rp O., CBS 8:30 Gene Autry. Wrifley's Gum. CBS 11:00 Sam Spade, WUdroot Co.. CBS »:30 Voice of Prophecy, Inc.. 10:00 Evening News Roundup. First National Bank (Clattsen) 10:15 Cancer Program 10:39 Back Home Hour. Fort Wayne Temple. CBS 11:00 New«. CBS 11:05 Freddy Nagle's Orchestra. CBS 11:30 Les Brown's Orchestra, CBS 0 News, CBS Monday 6:00 News 6:10 Farm Tips 0:30 Farm Reporter. State Brand Creameries. Inc. (Jensen) 0:43 Morning Hem Bouudu>, J»e DIM- leU Auto Supply (Clausfn) 7:u» KIM and Skint, National Biscuit Oxpany 7:15 Tune Time 7:30 X»> Time With Damons 8:18 ll.hum He.dlinw. Hokum Bread (Clausen) 8:10 Romance of Er«ly» Winters, Manhattan Soap, CBS 8:45 Today In Otage »:W Bible Broaacul. sUdlo Ckapel 9:15 Clear Lake on the Air 9:W Grand Slaaa, Wonder Bnaa% CBS 9:45 Coffee Time 10:0o News Digest, Jacob E. Decker and Sons (Miller) 10:15 Arthur Godfrey Show. CBS 10:43 Home Town News, Globe-Gsiette (Clausen) U:0l Kate Smith Spealu, General Foods, CBS 11:15 Spotlight on a Star 11:30 Accents on Music 12:00 Today's Markets 12:05 Dinner Time Review 12:15 Noon Roundup. Sears Roebuck Co. 12:3* Front Pago News, Oseo Drug (H1I- . ton) 12:43 Farm anl.Home Topic Time, St. Paul Livestock Market 1:00 The Second Mrs. Burton, General Foods. CBS 1:15 The Friendly Philosopher, Marshall and Swift 1:M Mystery Melody Game 1:15 Kose of My Dream.. Manhattan Soap Co., CBS 1:00 lllnt Hunt. Armour and Co., CBS 1:23 News, National Biscuit Co. 2:30 Give and Take, CBS 3:00 Houseparty, CBS 3:25 News, CBS 3:30 Treasury Bandstand, CBS 4:00 Mnilbag 4:45 Robert Trout With the News Till Now, Campbell Soups, CBS BETS ON KGLO-CBS DIAL UN Times Are Changing! KGLO CBS Doily Program Schedules *#* * * * * * Saturday P. M. 5:00 Decision Now 5:15 The Chicagoans, CBS 5:45 Barbershop Harmonies, Iowa Mutual Liability Insurance Co. C:00 News of the Nation, F. G. & E. (Miller) 6:15 Postmark Mason City 6:30 Vanfhaii Monroe's Orchestra, Camel Citarets. CBS 7:00 Once Upon a Tune. CBS 7:30 Mayor of the Town, Xoxzemx, CBS 7:55 News, Ned Calmer, Parker Fen Co., CBS 8:DO Bill Goodwin's Show, CBS 8:30 World's Most Honored Mnsic, Lon- tine-Wittn»uer Watch Co. 9:00 This Is Hollywood, Camay Soap, CBS 9:30 Dance Time 9:45 Cancer Program 0:00 Evening News Roundup, Vance Music Co. (Miller) 0:15 Sports Camera 0:30 Freddie Nagel's Orchestra, CBS 1:00 News, CBS 1:05 Louis Prima's Orchestra, CBS 1:30 Chuck Foster's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 News, CBS f Radio listeners will find most o£ • their favorite programs listed at new broadcast times, due to the switch to daylight savings in many parts of the U. S. Keep an eye on the schedule and "On the Beam" lor changes. * * * n Mnrkv/i0 ( 6:3 ° P- m -) Hillbilly comedienne Minnie n IYIO n roe Pearl and tne famous clowning Stroud twins are guests of the Monroe musical variety show. The featured musical number by Monroe and the Moon Maids is "Linda." if if * OMJ*« llnnn A TIIHO (7 p. m.) The chaos which develops V/nce Wpon a I UPS when father Time decides to take a vacation from regulating the Four Seasons and;leaves them in mutual charge, is told in song and story in "Time Unlimited." * * * nf fka Tnwn ( 7:3 ° P- m -) Equipped with a complete urine luwn assor t m ent of Indian cure-alls, bought at a medicine show, Marilly comes home and promptly develops ills to match the cures, in "Bang, and Another Redskin Hit Marilly." * * * KJow f nmnrlu (8 p. m.) Bill Goodwin, well-known announcer, radio and screen actor ant j comedian, stars in his own new "Bill Goodwin Show." Goodwin plays the role of an eager-beaver civic do-gooder, always behind the 8-ball. Symphonette Sunday English Birth Rate High London, ttf.PJ—The highest birth te in England and Wales in 26 ears was recorded during the 1st months of 1947, the registiar general announced Saturday. The rate was 22.8 per 1,000 population. Hungarian Government Asks UN Membership London, (U.R) — Estvan Bede, Hungarian government representative in London, said • Saturday that Hungary applied for United Nations membership 10 days ago. Bede said his government hoped the Hungarian peace treaty will be ratified in time for the U. N. general assembly to consider the application during its September session. Informed Hungarian circles saw the possibility that Hungary would be represented at the U. N. possibly by a non-party man if (he application is accepted. They said Foreign Minister Janos Gyoengyoesy was handicapped by inability to speak French or English. It was learned that the Hungarian government originally considered submitting the Hungarian- Czechoslovak issue to the U. N. Hungarian sources said there is hope now that it may be settled through direct negotiations between the countries. 3 Cedar Rapids Stores Job Price Slash Move Cedar Rapids, (jf)—Three Cedar Rapids stores have announced 10 per cent reductions under the "Newburyport plan." L. E. Kopecky, manager of the appliance mart, announced Friday night that effective Saturday morning customers would get a refund of 10 per cent on all purchases. Earlier Higbee's apparel store announced a 10 per cent price reduction on shoes and ready-to- wear apparel. Only exception to the cut, according to Vere M. Curtis, general manager, is women's slips, the price of which is set by the manufacturer. Yager's clothing store announced a reduction would take effect Monday. :00 News, CBS 7:15 E. Power Biggs. CBS 7:30 Sunday School Lesson Preview 8:00 Robert Childe Choir 8:15 Chosen People 8:30 Wings of Healing 9:00 Bible Broadcast, Radio Chapel 0:30 Lutheran Gospel Uour 10:00 News, Warren Sweeney, Curtiss Candy Co., CBS 10:05 Singing Strings 10:15 Trinity Lutheran Church Program 10:30 Melody Parade 10:45 Front Page News, Osco Drag (Clausen) 11:00 Church of the Air, CBS 11:30 Old Fashioned Revival Hour. The Rev. Fuller 12:30 News, Milwaukee Road (Clausen) (8:30 p. m. — New Time) The Symphonette concert moves up 15 minutes. Included on the program are "La Paloma," Vivaldi-Bach's "Arioso," "Grand Valse" from Glazounow's "Raymonda Ballet,' and Schumanns "Concerto in A Minor" with Walter Hendl as piano soloist. * * * ThlS Is HollvWOad < 9 p - m -— New Time > " This Is HoUyood" i nis is nouywooa also moves up 15 minutes with u^ pres . entation of "The Affairs of Bel Ami," starring Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Michele Morgan and Ann Dvorak. * * * Cancer Show O :45 P- m -) A 15-minute capsule edition of "The XMIIVCI JIIWTT Aldrich Family" program emphasizes the importance of the work done by the American Cancer Society and the need for funds. SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS Oraan Musir C< :1 5 a - ro.) Organist E. Power Biggs plays com- vi gun iTiwaib positions including Thomson's Fanfare for Organ and Variations on the Sunday School Hymn, and Sowerby's Symphony in G for organ. NOTE TIME CHANGES £ (10:15 a. m.) "The Broken Fellowship" is Rnnnocc ^nonlre Kogness apeoks i _ j in which is brought out that the church has in its message that which can point the way to greater union than any human plan. NOTE TIME CHANGES ^ (11 a. m.) Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod TUNE IN THE TflMY JUBTIS SHOW Mi Evelyn Rsigiit AND THIS WEEK'S GUEST STARS ABBOTT & COSTELLO In Norway, most office workers work only from 9 a. m. until 3 p. m. 6 days a week. WHO NBC NETWORK 1040 KlIocTclei SATUBDA! EVENING 6:45 F. Masters 10:00 Dance Frolic 7:00 Life of Kiley 10:15 News 7:30 Truth or Con. 10:30 Judy Canova 8:00 Hit Parade 11:00 News; Music 8:30 Barn Dance li:15 Louis '.Prima 9:00 Dane* Party 11:30 News 9:30 Serenade 11:« Music: News 5:45 Dance Jubilee 12:00 Rhythm Par. SUNDAY, APRIL 17 7:30 Bible B'cast 4:15 Music FliRht 8:00 Symphony 4:30 Bob Burns 8:30 Arrow Show 5:00 Jack Benny 9:00 Christian Sc. 9:15 News 9:30 Music 10:00 News 10:15 Amcr. Legion 10:30 Hadjo League 11:00 Church Serv. 5:30 Phil Harris 6:00 C. McCarthy 6:30 Fred Allen 7:00 M. G. Round 7:30 Fam. Music 8:00 Don Amecbft 8:30 T. B. A. 12:00 Robert Merrill 9:00 T. B. A. 12:30 Harv. ol Stars 9:30 Henry Russell 1:00 Cavallaro 10:00 Austin, Sco. 1:30 One Man's F. 10:15 News 2:00 Quiz Kids 10:30 Billboard 2:30 Quiz Pgm. 10:45 Curst Star 3:00 Symphony 11:00 Amer. United 4:00 News 11:30 Old Fasli. Rev. Lutheran Synod of Missouri and Ohio, a special anniversary "program will be "presented on "Church of the Air." The Rev. Dr. J. W. Behnken of Chicago will speak on "A Century of Glorious Blessings." .£. NOTE TIME CHANGES ^ W Earl Hall ( 12:45 P- m -) The story of how, from precarious •""• beginnings, the Iowa college of medicine has achieved rank with the finest institutions of its kind in America will be told by the Globe-Gazette's managing editor. •fc NOTE TIME CHANGES + Hire? to You ^ 1: ?° p ' m -) A me(J ley °* hit tunes from "Finian's sisisaiw ««« Rainbow," along with such perennial favorites as "Hallelujah," "It's Dreamtime," "Alexander's Ragtime Band." "Mamselle," "At Sundown" and "Guilty." ^ NOTE TIME CHANGES ^ Salt Lake Choir < 2 P-m-) P°P"lar spirited hymns by Gounod wun »»un.i. xiiwii gjj^ cherubim are heard on the Salt Lake Tabernacle Choir and Organ program, which switches to a new time on Sunday. The "Spoken Word" is by Richard L. Evans. .Jf NOTE TIME CHANGES JL. Hour of Charm (2:3 ° p - m '~> p °P uIar songs by famous Ameri- i iuMi us wiiuiiii can com posers are featured by Phil Spitalny's all-girl orchestra. Evelyn's violin solo is "Tea for Two." Eleanor and Iris at the twin pianos play "Old Man River " •£. NOTE TIME CHANGES ^ Familv Hour ' 3 P- m ') •** Goodman's orchestra performs the ' II«MI radio premiere of Miklos Hosza's score for the movie, "The Red House." Rise Stevens sings "One Kiss" and "Viola Sapete" from "Cavalleria Rusticana." Miss Stevens and Jimmy Carroll join in a duet "Will You Remember" from Rornberg's "Maytime'' + NOTE TIME CHANGES ^ tf Harriet ^* p - m -^ When a husband buys his wife * flowers for no special reason, he is open to suspicion, as Ozzie Nelson discovers when he brings Harriet a bunch of violets. "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" moves to Sunday with this broadcast. ^ NOTE TIME CHANGES JL. Katfi Smith (4:3 ° p - m-) Celebrati ng her I6th anniversary in i%uic wiiiuii ral jio, Kate Smith sings the 5 tunes she sang on her first program. They include: "Dream a Little Dream of Me" "By the River St. Marie," "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone," "I Surrender Dear" and "When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain." •^ NOTE TIME CHANGES JL. (6 p. m.) 'Blondie Gives a Haircut" and the son of a Dithers client loses his long curls—to h.s great delight. When the boy's father seems pleased, Mr. Dithers tries to take all the credit for himself. J^. NOTE TIME CHANGES .£ Crime Doctor on:3a ° *£•>£?£*& ados « « of the story and suspects murder. Dr. Ordway puts the facts together to discover the truth of death on a golf course -fr NOTE TLME CHANGES JL Corliss Archer (7:0 ° p - m ' } RisiD S P ri( *s outdistance Corliss' v.uru»» Driller week!y a u 0 wance leaving her in a dithering dilemma as to how to make both ends meet, on "Meet Corliss Archpr " Janet Waldo stars in the title role. «rcner. JL, NOTE TIME CHANGES J^ (7:30 p. m.) Bud Abbot and Lou Costello offer one of their hilarious comedy skits as guests on the new Martin show. Tony sings "The Song Is You" and Evelvn Knight offers "Midnight Masquerade." tveiyn + NOTE TEttE CHANGES ^ Gene AutrV * 8:3 ° p- m ^ America 's favorite cowboy, with the / Cass County Boys and the Pinafores offers his Sunday roundup of western music at a new time, beginning this NOTE TIME CHANGES J- Tonv Martin 7 Sam Spade Writers of America. Inc., as the best radio mystery of 1946 47 switches to a new and later broadcast time.

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