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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                2 Sept 7 1948 Mion CilJ Im Vets Congratulate Stalin and Reds for SingleHanded Victory Meniphis Tenn congratulations to Russia for its singlehanded victory over Japan Saturday were enroute to Josef Stalin from the Memphis American veterans committee Following Stalins recent mes sage to his people congratulating the Soviet nation for its crush ing singledhanded victory over Japan the AVC resolution said We veterans of the Token American auxiliary forces extend our humble thanks to Marshal Stalin lor haying permitted us to have a minute share in vanquish ing the fascist foe but at the same tune ask his forgiveness for it Councilman Finds Law Enforcement Is Better Hayward Cal Coun cilman Jack Holland who has been making loud demands for better law enforcement by Hayward po licemen was given a ticket by Po liceman Gerald Cost for making a Uturn Fined by Judge Jacob Hunter Holland paid off with the remark we asked for law enforcement andthis is evidence that we are getting it 9 Twin Cities Auto Dealers Rounded Up for Black Market St Paul Minn prosecution of black iparket auto mobile dealers was promised Sat urday by the federal district at torney after OPA investigators rounded up 9 twin cities dealers Friday for price violations OPA referred file cases to Fed era District Attorney Victory An derson with a recommendation for criminal prosecution Dr Carel C Koch twin cities district OPA di rector authorized the arrests which followed apprehension of 2 Minneapolis dealers on similar charges earlier Action against the 9 dealers was the first wholesale blast fired at black market trade in automobiles in Minnesota Dr Koch said this marked the beginning of a state wide crackdown against black market sale of cars He promised more arrests would be made Alliance Tabernacle tie N DeUmrc tOHTLL I YOUNG Filter A M led f M Miffionary Convention Gvest Missionary R G Burnette Trend Good 40150 Ibs51300 150160 Ibs91450 00170 Ibs 70180 180200 200220 IbsW565 220240 Ibs91565 240270 270300 300330 Ibs 330360 Good Packing 270300 Ibs 300330 Ibs S1565 330360 Ibs 360400 Ibs S15B5 00450 Ibs 450500 Ibs 500550 WHO 1MI KUvoyelw SATURDAY EVENING Truth or Cons Dance Carnival Barn Dance News Can U Top Thlf Longs Orch Dance Frolic Judy Canova Sunset Frolic Jimmy Joy Jamboree News Dance Party Music Dance Jubilee Music SUNDAY Bible Bcast Salon Concert Com Stories Arrow Show Christ Sc News Pilgrims Hr News Am LegPgm Radio League Church Serv Blacks Oreh Harv of Stars Cavallaro 1 Mans Farn National Hr QulzPgm Symphony News Music 4 JO Happy Felton Dr Tweedy Rogues Gal Edgar Bergen Tomy Doraey MeryGoBnd Fam Music DonAmeche Rhapsody JFidler Saerchinger Lite of Bliey News Billboard Vet Pgm America Untd Revival Hr First Methodist Church HomeAgain Sunday September 8 CHURCH SCHOOL MORNING WORSHIP Mr Stephen Hobson Director of 3 Choirs Mrs Bertha Patchen at the Organ DR LLOYD A GUSTAFSON PREACHING IN COMMAND RADIO CHAPEL CARL J SENTMAN Pastor Sunday Services KGLO Broadcast School Happy Christian Peoples Services There Balm in Gilead HCI13E OF POWER Friday Chorus Sing Colored Pictures of Summer Conference Special Music Message by Pastor Sentman BUYING DEMAND ON GRAIN MART Chicago by the commodity credit corpora ion that it would buy wheat at open market prices created buy ng demand for bread cereal fu ures Saturday Wheat finished higher January corn was lower to Ya higher January and oats were lower to higher September There was no trade in barley Produce MASON Saturday Cash Quotations by E G Morse Eggs No 135c Eggs Wo 22Sc Eggs nest run 29c Heavy hens 4 Ibs and over 23c Light hens under 4 Ibs 19c Spring chickens heavy breeds 2 Ibs and over 27c Leghorn springs2 Ibs over 25c Old cocks 15c Eggs at retail3941C Butter Iowa State Brand 7881c Butter Corn Country 7780c Hides Quotation fnraiihed by Wolf Inc 8C9 Fifth Street Southwest Prom 15 Ibs up From 15 down Me BuB hides HomeComing Day at First Christian Church Adams at Fourth Street Northwest GEORGE 0 MABSH Minister Church class for every An Adventure in Christian Living Christian Youth Fellowship Intermediate and Senior Midwest Livestock HERES HOW TO WORK IT SATURDAYS filbert Lea Minn Steady PRICES Austin Minn Steady W3SO W425 S1565 S1565 Waterloo Steady S1570 S1570 M570 W570 S1570 S1570 Cedar KapldS Steady STEADY MARKET ON LIVESTOCK Chicago sheep and logs were quoted nominally teady as the stockyards concluded a week which saw the smallest number ot hogs and cattle on re cord unloaded in the pens Top on logs was nominal Only inferior grades of were offered They were quoted mostly lower than ast week Unofficial estimates for all of next week place salable hog receipts at only 8000 head Choice fed steers and yearlings did not appear in the cattle pens tfedium to lowgood grade steers readings and heifers advanced ilOO to with the top he new ceiling Thus these ani mals were selling at higher prices n the ceiling market than they did in the pricefree market Stock cattle were wanted All grades finished 25 to 50 cents ligher Medium to choice types Mason City Grain MASON Saturday No 2 oats 34 Ibs or better 68c No 2 Soybeans 14 moisture CHICAGO CASH GRAIN Saturdays Market Chicato No 3 red Corn No I yellow No 5 Oats No 1 heavy mixed 82V4c No 1 routed 2 heavy mixed No 1 heavy white 82Vacr No 2 white Barley Malting nominal feed nominal CHICAGO CASH GRAIN Saturdays Market Chicago High Low Jan 19BVi 197 March 192 liSO May 130 18754 Jan 134 March 132 131 Sept783A Nov73 73 Dec7314 72i March Nov Dec March Close 197V 132 13154 77 73 72 137 138 13654 Wesley Methodist Church I4th St and Perm E E Robert Grupp preaches FOUNDATIONS Soloist Clarice Bowers TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship 11 A M Palace Theater REV ALVIN N ROGNESS PASTOR A cordial invitation to all Ye also as lively stones are built up a spiritual house an Holy priesthood to offer up spiritual sacrifices accept able to God by Jesus Christ First Peter of 1615 Delawares E Sunday School A M Morning Worship A M C As Service P M Evangelistic Service P M REV C B BELL Pastor ST JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Restful surroundings Holy A M Church School Upper Grades A M Nursery and Primary A M Morning Prayer A M Father Whitehead preaching Good Music All Are Welcome hogs brought to Spring lambs advanced and slaughter ewes 50 cents Most anibs were shipped east hogs 300 otal not given nominally steady com jared week ago weights under 180 Ibs lower lighter weights steady to J2 off sows lower Salable cattle 100 total not given compared week ago receipts at record low supply mostly beef cows and stockers and feeders out of Wyoming and Montana no stricUy choice led steers or yearlings here during week compared week ago such kinds quoted exactly ower to conform with OPA ceiling prices averagegood to lowchoice light teers mixed yearlings and comparable letters lower but medium to low good offerings higher top he ceiling paid sparingly scattered sup ply medium to lawgood steers several loads lowgood Montana weighty grass steers reaching nostrictly good or choice fed heifers offered medium to lowgood grassy kinds Montana grass slaughter heifers at good beef cows cents higher at common and lowmedium grades steady to l lower at celling require ments Bulls unevenly lower weighty eeJE and sausage offerings bulking late at vealers unevenly lower extreme top to outsiders with practical dosing peak Stock cattle active all week bulk medium to choice offerings choice Wyoming yearling stockers reached with accompanying 600 Ib heifers all grades replacement cattle finishing mostly 50 cents higher with demand much broader than available supply Local Livestock HOGS MASON Saturday Steady Good light lights 180200 Good light lights 200220 Good med wf butchers 220240 Good med wt butchers 240270 Good med wt butchers 270300 Good med wt butchers 300330 Good med wt butchers 330360 51565 Good sow270300 Good sows Good sows 330360 Good sows 1 3SOWO Good sows 400450 Good sows 450500 CATTLE MASON Saturday Choice cattle 61 yield 51880 Good cattle 5851 yield Commercial cattle 5S Utility cattle 53 yield Canaers and cutters 46 yield 785 Bologna bulls 53 yield These quotations are OFA compliance ceiling figures for this zone Prices paid will vary according to actual yield CALVES MASON Saturday Choice Good calves Medium calves Common calves 51100 Cull calves 5 800 SHEEP MASON Saturday Choice genuine spring lambs Good genuine spring Medium genuine spring lambs Common genuine spring lambs Choice ewes 600 Good Medium HXF PM H Y M F IM is SHAKESPEARE One ietter stands tor another In this example H Is used for S M for 3 Es etc Single letters apostrophies the length and formation the words are hints Each day the letters are different NOW GO AHEAD AC R L I 2 O D TS ORL BTERFISVD AC RLIZOTDStTO RLZL Yesterdays Cryptoquote TIME IS AS YOUNG AS EVER NOW NATURE AS FRESH AND BEST BETS ON KG LOCBS DIAL 1300 Cnw Sylvia Sidney and Dane Clark reenact the TTUr jpy drory roles of Q 3 3 agents evading the Nazi Ges apo in a Blankans escape in Mission Perilous the storyol a wom ns devotion to a cause and a man in an enemybesieged nation flana GoulayUch first feminine operative Whose identity has been isclosed by the O S S will appear in person on the Hollywood tar Time dramatization ofa hazardous assignment in her career s1 an O S S member Mission Perilous is the true story of the art played by Miss Goulavitch in the escape from the Gestapo of 0 members of the underground Hollywood Star Time is aired at THE GOLDEN TEXT Thou shalt not bear false witness ADVENTIST SeventhDay 1416 S Delaware W Roger HoHey pastor Services every Sat urday morning Sabbath school Church service 11 ALLIANCE Gospel school worship missionary message by Mrs R G Burnette of Ecuador S A Young peoples fellowship 7 evangelistic service 8 Missionary Mrs R G Bux nette Prayer and Bible study Wednes day 8 Womens Missionary Prayer Band Thursday at 2 ASSEMBLIES OF GOD 1615 Delaware N E Sunday school worship C A service 7 evangelistic service 8 midweek serv ces Tuesday arid Thursday 8 The Rev C B Bell pastor BAPTIST at State The Hev H P Bumford pastor Mrs Earl Ehlers organist Sunday school Ken Waugh al superintendent worship Dr S S Feldman guest speaker St school preach ing 11 the Rev E G Scott ol Cedar rteplds will be guest speaker B I U preaching at 8 CATHOLIC St masses as follows 8 9 and The Very Kev P J Behan head ol the Mason city deanery the Kev A Hearing end the Bev Joseph A Krocheski Holy N W Sunday serv ices 7 8 9 10 and 11 Monsignor B P Murphy the Rev Robert Swift and the Rev Edward Riley officiating CHRISTIAN at 4th N W George O Marsh pastor Sunday home coming day church school worship An Adventure in Christian Living CYF intermediate and Wednesday fellowship dinner program auspices Womans Council CHURCH OF CHBIST SCIENTIST and 3rd N W Sun day service at 11 Subject Man Sun day school 11 for pupils under 20 Wed nesday evening meeting 8 Reading room east wing of church weeks days 11 a m to 5 p m EPISCOPAL St at 1st N E The Rev C Burnett Whltehead rector Holy Communion 8 church school and 11 worship organ prelude Mrs R E Patton organist morning prayer 1U Father Whitehead will preach Solo Trust Ye in the Lord Scott Mrs T J Klesselnach EVANGELICAL 14th N W and Adams F W Wendland pastor Sunday school 10 worship 11 GREEK ORTHODOX At 1401 N Washington The Rev Fa ther Ambrose G Giannoukos Vespers and confessions every Saturday 7 Sun day Matins High mass Holy days a m Catechism for children 6 to every Friday JEHOVAHS WITNESSES Services at 1617 S Federal Watchtower study A New Covenant with a New Nation also Why a New Covenant Sunday at p m LUTHERAN 4th and 5th or Delaware N E Sunday school 1st service sermon Mission Work in Participate 2nd service Frederick C Him student vicar C A Hinz pastor E State Sunday school chief service 11 anthem If With All Your Hearts by Mendelssohn ser mon He Hath Done All Things Well Mark Marvin O Lee pastor and S Jersey Ernest A Bergeson pastor Sunday school divien vorsbip sermon Be Opened West at 9 Sunday school sermon I Believe in Jesus Christ C Henry Anderson pastor Our Heights Reopen ing of Sunday school Bible class 10 worship 11 sermon Postive Chris tianity C Henry Anderson pastor St 6th S E Sunday school divine service sermon There Is a God Solo Jewell Dusheck The 3oly City by Adams Oswald E G Mall pastor school opening at Cal vary chapel 1615 N Delaware at 9 at Trinity church 508 S Perm wor ship at Palace theater 11 sermon Me eors or Sunshine Holy Communion 8 m at Trinity church Alvin N Rog less pastor METHODIST at 2nd N W Lloyd A Gustafson D D minister church school worship service Sermon In Command Doctor Gustafson an them Cherubim Song Bormiansky and solo The Lords Prayer Malotte Mr Hobson Mrs Patchen will play Andante From First Sonata Boroweki Guillmont Cantilene Gol termann and March Wallis school lira Morning worship 11 Sermon subject A Line Unseen by the Rev Charles Kirkpat rick Song and praise service p m Evening worship 8 Sermon subject Forgotten Men by the Rev Charles Kirkpatrick In place of the midweek Bible study classes the Bev Kirkpatrick will be speaking each evening at p m on the following subjects A Faithful ChrlstIn a Faithless Age The Man Who Played the Fool Union 4th N E Jordan Kay pastor Church school at a ml Womans day program sponsored by the Womans Society of Christian Serv ice Mrs Jewett president of local so ciety will speak at U a m Mrs E W Kelly of St Louis Mo conference presi dent of the society will speak at 3 pm Mrs Kelly is the wife of Bishop Edward W Kelly of the central jurisdction St Louis area central west conference There will be a pageant at p m Peace Through His Cross directed by Mrs Mary Ewing The following churches will be represented on the afternoon pro gram First Methodist Presbyterian St Johns Baptist Wesley Methodist New Bethel Baptist of Manly Liberty Meth odist near Klemme The public is in Emma Ray general chair man and 14th S E Paul Arnold Peterson minister a m church school senior M Y F a m worship Mrs Carl H Carlson organist Andantino in B Flat Franck Pil grims Postlude Frost Miss Clarice Bowers soloist Hear My Cry Milligan Sermon Foundations Robert Grupp NAZAKENE Church ot the West State Sunday school a m Morning wor ship Young Peoples prayer serv ice p m Young Peoples devotional service 7 Evangelistic service 8 Mid week service Wednesday 8 p Rev Evert 0 Davis pastor OPEN BIBLE Open Bible Carolina S E Sunday school a m Morning wor ship 11 Theme Made Whole Young peoples service 7 p m Evangelistic service 8 Theme Hezekiahs Revival1 Tuesday and Thursday prayer and Bible study B p m Pastorthe Rev Elbert Dougherty PRESBYTERIAN at 9th N W Wil bur Frank Dierking minister Morning worship at 11 Sermon Some Thoughts on Being Important Mrs Roy Servison will play Elsas Entry Into the Cathe dral by Wagner Fantasia in C Minor by Mozart and Processional March by Parker Mrs Kermit Larson will sing God So Loved the World by Stainer Church school departments meet as fol lows Nursery beginners and primary at 11 in the parish house juniors at 10 in the church basement intermediates and seniors at 10 in the parish house INTERDENOMINATIONAL Salvation Army 510 S Federal In charge Maj Katherine Davis Sunday school 9 a m 1002 Bth S W 10 a m 510 S Federal Holiness meeting 11 a m Sunday school 8 p m outpost Young peoples meeting p m Evangelistic service 3 Weekday Tuesday Y P class also Corps Cadet Bible study Thursday praise and worship service Home league Thursday 2 p m Satur day prayer service VfrnAa Baritone Andy Russell and song stylist Peggy nir ruruue Mann substituting for the vacationing Joan vards sing the latest hits on Your Hit parade at 7 p m Mark Warnows orchestra plays the 9 top tunes of the week JU and Georgia Gibbs provide the romantic singing JViamn foi Tony Martin Show at p nu Al lacks orchestra is featured SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS ON KGLO imply relaxation when The Shadow makes his debut over KGLO iunday afternoon at p m The new exciting series presents ret Morrison in the title role As wealthy Lamont Cranston the ihadows alter ego Morrison is convincingly suave and distinguished and manages to turn spinechillingly tough as the turnabout crime The Shadows slogan is crime does not pay and he iroves it against a shivery assortment of villains RevCharles Kirkpatrick evangelist and mem ber of the First Methodist church in jeattle Wash will speak on Truth and Sincerity in Speech Sun ay at a m f Canterbury will broadcast an address over CBS on Sunday at 2 3 m His topic Brotherhood of Man Jean Sablon romantic French singer sings France S ainarra Tm In the Mood For Love Doing What Comes Naturally JAttendrai and Begin the Beguine on his ong show at p m Sunday Tfae current hit To Each His Own will be nour sung by baritone Bob Shanley as the feature f the Summer Electric Hour at p m Sunday Soprano Anne Farnison is spotlighted in Kerry Dance A medley of Irving Berlin lits is performed by Miss Jamison Shanley the Sportsmen quartet md Robert Armbrusters orchestra K1AI resumes her role as star of the Family Hour rarrice iviunsei Sunday at 3 p with her feu0w Met art st tenor Jan Peerce as guest Patrice does a coloratura arrange ment of waltzes from Strauss Rosalinda and the French Military March from The Desert Song of Sigmund Romberg She and eerce sing a duet from Verdis La Traviata and Peerce solos von Come Back to Sorrento Jack Smith continues as featured tenor Al Goodman conducts the chorus and orchestra LEGAL NOTICES PUBUC NOTICE OP HEARING Public Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Zoning Commission of the City of Mason City Iowa xvill be held at the City Hall in Mason City Iowa on the 26th of September 1346 at oclock p m at which lime and place the following request for a change of zone from E Apartment District to that of H Light Industry will be brought on for hearing on the following described property Lots 1 and 2 Block B Oak Park Addi tion fo Mason Cify Iowa otherwise known as 1011 N Federal Avenue Any person interested therein may ap pear at said time and place and file ob jections thereto H W CONOVER Chairman Zoning Commission on for hearing before the Board of Ad ustment of the City of Mason City Iowa upon application by Robert B Johnston o erect a combination garage and bulb cellar to the rear of the existing non conforming greenhouse in a district zoned or one family use Property described as ollows Lots 1 2 and of 3 Block 2 A T Parkers Place 707 1st St S W Any person interested therein may ap pear at said time and place and file ibjections thereto W L NICHOLS Chairman Board of Adjustment LIVESTOCK FORECAST Chicago estimated live stock receipts for Monday Hogs 2000 cattle 5000 sheep 5000 FEAR WORSE IN KIDNAPING Search for Child 3 Abducted by Maid Kansas City Mo UPJ Police and sheriffs deputies said Satur day they fear the worst in the kidnaping of blonde 3 year old Madeline Tobias abducted by a maid who may be insane The parents Mr and Mrs Phil ip Tobias appealed through news 1 rs and radio stations for the of their browneyed little girl unharmed The childs mother was near collapse and was under the care of a doctor For 36 hours the parents had received no word of the missing child Police were greatly con cerned over the lack of informa tion since Medelines disappear ance The child disappeared from the home of her welltodo parents at 5 p m Thursday after neighbors had seen her walking with the maid The maid had given her name as Mary Louise King 19 when the father hired her 4 days ago But police said it was an alias NOTICE To Hanford MaeNlder Billcaret Hac Nider and to all whom it may concern You and each of you are hereby noti fied that the Commissioner appointed to investigate the feasibility of vacating the following designated and described County Road in Cerro Gordo County Iowa to wit All that part of County Eoad No 12 in fall width Cerro Gordo County Iowa commencing at the Northwest corner ot the SWii of the SW14 of Sec tion 7 Township 96 North Bane 19 West of the 3th P M and rnnninj thence North to and ierminatinf at the South line of Iowa State Primary Boad No IS as it now exists and which road petitioned to be vacated runs through or abuts land owned by Hanford MacNiderand Margaret Mac Nider has reported in favor oi the vaca tion of said road You and each of you are further noti fied that all objections to the vacation of the said described road or claims for damages must be filed in the office of the county Auditor of Cerro Gordo County Iowa on or before noon of the 28th day of or the said described road will be vacated without reference thereto Dated at Mason City Iowa this 3lst day of August 1946 ARTHUR HARRIS County Auditor Cerro Gordo County Iowa Erects Tents for Tourists Cody Wyo tour ist trade this season in this area is being taken care of by means of a tent city Lodging for some 300 persons will be provided by 100 tent houses this summer dur ing the anticipated tourist jam NOTICE OP THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF IOWA Cerro Gordo County ss No 6590 Notice is hereby given that the under signed has been duly appointed anc qualified as Administrator of the estate of Margaret Elizabeth Olson Deceased ate of Cerro Gordo County All person indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment and those hav ng claims against the same will presen them duly authenticated to the under signed for allowance and file in the of fice of the Clerk of the District Court ARTHUR HARRIS M C COUGHLON Attorney Dated September 6 194 S H MacPEAK Clerk District Court By ARLEEN B HARRIS Deputy NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OP ADMSNISTHATOB STATE OP IOWA Cerro Gordo County ss No 6586 Notice is heisby given that the under signed has been duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of Victor Zimmerman Deceased late of Cerro Gordo County All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make im mediate payment and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court LELAND L ZIMMERMAN Administrator 730 N Third Waterloo Iowa BRYANT BRYANT Attorney Dated August 29th 1946 S H MacPEAK Clerk District Court By MARGARET RIUEY Deputy PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARING Public Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Board of Adjustment of the City of Mason City Iowa will be held at the City Hall in Mason City Iowa at oclock p m on the 26th day of September 1946 at which time and place the following appeal from the rul injr of C W Hamblin Building Commis sioner of Mason City Iowa will come Waukon Champion 4H Beef Sells at 36cLb Waukon Kerndts Hereford which won the AUama kee county fair 4H baby beef championship was purchased by the Rath Packing Co for a hundredweight at the public auc tion Friday Suspense High popularity Action aplenty Danger and daring On the side of the Law Whodunit TflB SHADOW guaranteed for thrills and chills Listen every SUN DAY KGLO1300 P M P IB Wkn YYnu It Dial addicts afflicted with the whbdun ir itch can jntjujge jn their favorite goose Archbishop of Canterbury w Hurt because Harriet feels hes a care dresser ozzie plans to prove hes eally a carefree dresser on the Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet Sunday at 4 p m The sartorial situation reaches a surprising climax when the 2 meet in a collision on clothes turns the tables on Mr Dithers and foils one of his pet schemes in Blondie Pushes the Park Sunday at p m Dagwood as president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce is seeking the land for a public park while Mr Dithers wants it for a profitable housing venture Blondie as usual turns the tables matches boyfriend Dexter against a college ArCner beau of arch rival Betty Cameron on Meet Corliss Archer Sunday at 7 p m After Corliss boasts that Dexter is as sophisticated as the pipesmoking college man she has to prove t causing no end of Dexter iii and Virginia Haskins join in the duet The T0uch Oj your Hand on Star Theater Sun day at p m Another highlight will be the premiere performance of Samba of the Orchids an original composition by David Broek man conductor for the program DUI rml is known as a performers performer and the ap pearanCe of stellar personalities at his broadcasts ntention Bakers Take It or Leave It Sunday night sears out this contention show 8 p m is a magnet for Hollywood stars and Broadway uminaries with a night off and his audience is usually sprinkled with such celebs as Al Jolson Ella Logan Gene Autry and Bing Crosby KGLOCBS DAILY PROGRAM SCHEDULES Saturday P M Baseball Scores Accent on Music Sports Camera News of the Nation P G ana E Hilton Your Evening Serenade Tony Martin Show Evening In Paris CBS 700 Your Bit Parade Lucky Strike Co CBS Saturday Evening Syncopation Oklahoma Roundup CBS News Ntd Calmer Parker Fen Co CBS Tomorrows Favorites Hollywood Star TimeFrlsidaire CBS Randy Brooks 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