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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 9, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                2 Nov 9 1946 Mason City Mason City la HOFFMAN QUITS 4H CLUB SHOWS Says He Doesnt Want to Hog All Winnings Ifla Grove Hoffman who recently received the fabu lous sum of for his grand champion baby beef at the Ameri can Royal Livestock show at Kan sas City is going to quit showing baby beeves in 4H club livestock shows The 15yearold Ida county 4H club youth who has shown several 4H champions two reserve grand champions and two grand cham pions said he didnt want to hog all the winnings A club member who has shown a grand champion is generally con sidered an advantage in one way or another and I dont want to be looked upon as trying tohog all the winnings Jack said However he Isnt quitting his 4 H dub work or the feeding of calves for the show ring He said he planned to show his future baby beeves under the banner of the Future Farmers of America and file his entries in the open classes of the big livestock shows Jack said his ambition now is to show a grand champion at one of thebig shows under the FFA banner He said he next planned to show at the National Western Show at Denver in Jan uary The boys father Karl Hoffman is a widely known cattle feeder and has been a major winner for years with his fat cattle entries at the International American Royal and National Western shows His carload entries at Chicago have been grand champions for 4 suc cessive years 1 THE GOLDEN TEXT In nothing be anxious but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto sod Herwig Hopes to Help Wife by Asking Divorce Hollywood hero Bob Herwig who picked up the morning paper 11 days ago to learn that his wife Kathleen Win sor had elopedwith Artie Shaw hoped Saturday he could smooth the path of her new marriage by getting a divorce He said he wanted to help her solve her problems and added that he would like to settle his own marital status The author of Forever Amber who married Herwig 10 years ago when they were college sweet hearts eloped in Mexico with Shaw and became his 5th wife ADVENT1ST Seventh Day 151li Delaware Holley pastor Services every Sa urday Sabbath school Church ser ices 11 ALLIANCE Gospel school worship exposition from 1st Co inthians The Genius of the Gospel young people 7 evangelistic service message The Wrath of the Lamb Lov ell L Young pastor ASSEMBLIES OF GOD Assembly of Delaware N E Sunday school worship C A service evening service 8 Mid week services Tuesday and Thursday The Rev C B Bell pastor BAPTIST Paul Rumford mlhiste Miss Hazel Morris Christian educatio director Mrs Earl Ehlers organist Sunday school worship sermon Victory in Defeat Music by the choir CHRISTIAN at 4th N W George O Marsh pastor Sunday World Order Sun day Bible school worship For the Sake rl a New World Order Anthem Let God Arise by Spence 5 intermediate and senior CYF Wednes day fellowship dinner departments of stewardship and world missions Cru sade for a Christian world CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST and 3rd N W Sun day service at 11 Subject Adam ant Fallen Man Sunday school 11 for pu piis under 20 Wednesday evening meet ing 8 Reading room east wing of church week days 11 a m to 5 p m CHURCH OF GOD Church of God in Christ Sundaj school service 12 evening serv ice Weekday services Tuesday and Friday at s p m The Rev Harold Haiti cox pastor CATHOLIC St masses at 630 8 9 and The Very Bev p J Behan head of the Mason City deanery the Rev A Heuring and the Bev Joseph A Krocheski Holy N W Sunday serv ices 7 8 3 10 and 11 Monslgnor R P Murphy the Eev Hohert Swift and the Rev Edward Rilcy officiating CONGREGATIONAL and 1st N E Roy C Helfenstein D D minister Church school worship sermon The Empty Life Special music by choir Mrs B Raymond Weston choir director Mrs James E Stinchart organist Pil grim fellowship The Rev Jordan pastorof Union Memorial Methodist church will address the group EPISCOPAL St at 1st N E The Bev C Burnett Whltehead rector Holy Communion 8 church school and 11 morning prayer 11 organ pre lude Mrs R E Patton organist Sermon The Church and World Order Anthem Land of Hope and Glory Elgar EVANGELICAL N W and Adams F W Wendland pastor Sunday school 10 worship 11 youth fellowship 7 GREEK ORTHODOX At 1401 N Washington The Rev Fa ther Ambrose G Giannoukos Vespers 5 confessions every Saturday 7 Sun day Matins High mass 1045 Holv davs Q3n m for child Wesley Methodist Church Dr Peterson preaches UFE IN FIVE WOBDS BUST COLLEGE SINGEBS Holly Springs Mississippi reckon ye also yourselves to be dead indeed unto sin but alive nnto Gofi through Jesus Christ our Lorfl Bomafts Of 1615 Delaware N E Sunday School A M Morning Worship A M C As Service P M Evangelistic Service P M REV C B BELL Pastor JEHOVAHS WITNESSES d childr617 p m the LUTHERAN 4th and 5th on Delaware N E Sunday school 1st service anthem by Jr choir Al mighty God Thy Word Is Cast Sermon Suffer the Little Children to Come Unto Me 2nd service Senior choir Jesus Lover of My Soul At a m and 1 p m The International Lutheran Hour C A Hinz pastor EState Sunday school services 11 anthem Holy Art Thou Largo from by Han del Offertory Still SUU With Thee by Speaks treble choir Sermon Grace ful Living Marvin1 O Lee pastor S Jersey Ernest A Bergeson pastor Sunday school divine worship sermon Our Present Dilemma Special W M S can dlelight service at 8 Special music and an address by Dean Rugland St 6th S E Sunday school divine service sermon How Shall We Live and Act as Christians Girls chorus Go With Me Hoffman Senior league 7 Oswald E G Mall pastor West service 9 Sun lay school theme A Place of Refuge C Henry Anderson pastor Oor Heights Sunday school Bible class 10 worship 11 heme Trusting in Jesus Confirma ion class at parsonage 10 Luther League 7 in Victory room C Henry Anderson pastor METHODIST at 2nd N W Lloyd A Gustafson D D minister church chool worship sermon the athers House the Rev G A Shells inthem Us Peace Rosenmuller Qein Rust college singers from Holly Springs Miss will sing several selec ions 5 youth fellowship Mrs William Jiyton guest organist will play Moon ight Fryslngcr Handel Soft y and Tenderly Thompson and Grand March Verdi school 10 worship 11 oung peoples adult song and praise ervice worship 8 Boy 1 Johnston castor Union 4th N E Jordan lay pastor Church school wor hlp 11 Union S S Forum of Union lemorial and Saint Johns Baptist will meet at Union Memorial Sunday aftcr oon at 3 W B Martin president The V S C S will meet Wednesday at vlth Mrs Nanie Smith and Mrs Marie Uaddox 612 3rd N E The Missionary ocietlcs New Bethel Baptist of Man r and Saint Johns Baptist of Mason ity will be guests Pennsylvania S E Paul Jnold Peterson D D minister tiurch school Er MYJ worship Irs Carl H Carlson organist Adagio Page Grand Choeur laussmann Anthem Reverence and Praise BeethovenMorgan Doctor Peter on preaches Life In Five Words rHl MYF Jr MYJ Rust collegesingers Holly Springs Miss OPEN BIBLE J702 Carolina S E Sunday school 945 vorship 11 young people 7 evangelistic enIce s Tuesday and Thursday prayer nd Bible study 8 Elbert Dougherty pas PRESBTTERIAN at 9th N W Wilbur rank Dierfcing minister Worship ll rmon The Thoughts of His Heart Larson will sing Angus Dei by Blrct school at 10 and 11 INTERDENOMINATIONAL Salvation S Federal Officer charge Maj Katherine Davis Sunday iool 10 Holiness meeting 11 Sunday at 1002 6th S W 2 young people IS Salvation meeting 8 Brigadier Alex lomas divisional commander of Des oines will be speaker after each got a Mexican divorce Neither Mexican divorces nor the Mexican marriage are recog nized in California and neither Miss winsor nor the bandleader had a final California divorce I want tohelp Kay solve any problems that are facing her Herwig said when he filed suit Friday ALLIANCE TABERNACLE 616 N Delaware LOWELL L YOUNG Pastor A M Expositions From Corinthians IHE GENIUS OF TBE GOSPEL P M IHE WEATH OF THE LAMB TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship 11 A M Palace Theater REV ALVIN N ROGNESS PASTOR A cordial invitation to all Montana University Band Gets Deerskin for 100 Uniforms Browninff Mont There was no material shortage Satur day when Blackfoot Indians start ed tailoring 100 uniforms for the Montana State university band Two hundred deerskins donat ed by Montana hunters were be ing fashioned intotribal costumes by the Indian artisans While they worked on the tail oring job the Blackfeet loaned the band their own beaded and feath er bedecked costumes Says Schools Must Maintain Free Teaching Des Moines democratic society must maintain a system of universal free education in order to preserve itself and to function Jessie M Parker Iowa superin tendent of public instruction said Saturday Miss Parker spoke during the closingsession of the 3day Iowa State Education Association con vention Schools must be free to teach truth and citizens must be educat ed in weighing facts detecting propaganda and drawing conclu sions she said Any school which is not free to teach these proced ures is merely a tool for political charlatans or a great vacuum Miss Parker added that un fortunately teachers in some com munities are not free toteach facts laws and theories which have be enestablished by science Academic freedom of course carries with it academic respon sibility Freedom of the schools does not assume freedom of ev ery teacher to indoctrinate stu dents with his particular economic political or social theories We must make education for peace realistic she continued The best education for peace will be that which provides our young people with a realistic understand ing of the world and its peoples teaches tolerance and good will to ward the peoples of all lands and at the same time maintains a firm determination that our nation RADIO CHAPEL Streetcar Motorman Faces Manslaughter Chicago coroners jury has recommended that John Wucki 38 a streetcar motorman be held to the grand jury on a charge of manslaughter for the death of Patrick Eogers 58 who was killed when he was struck by a trolley piloted by Wucki Witnesses testified that after 3 streetcars had passed Rogers last Oct 29 he attempted to stop the 4th by leaping in front of it He was unable to jump back in time they said and he was hit by the car which did not stop Wucki said that he believed Rogers had leaped clear and he did not know the car had struck him shall join in a vworldwide effort to banish war from the earth Charles F Martin executive secretary of the I S E A told the school teachers we are in the midst of an educational crisis Raymond Berrier Fort Dodge was elected president of the speech section of the I S E A Other of ficers named were Martha Giltner Canfield Oskaloosa vice presi dent and Clarence W Edney University of Iowa executive sec retary FIGURES IN N Y SWINDLE fates tioning since the unfolding of the swindle of the Mergenthaler Linotype company Julius Davis alias Jimmy Collins Hollywood and Broadway manabouttown surprised Brooklyn District Attorney Miles McDonald by walking up to him in a restaurant and surrendering Police as far away as California and Mexico Cityhad been search ing for Davis Shortly before Davis surrender Irving Wex lex better known as Waxey Gordon bigtime bootlegger of the prohibition era was picked up for ques tioning in the case 4 Sets of First Names Causes Man Confusion Hear the Timely Sermon CLASSIFIED I at the Final Union Evening Service held at the First Baptist Church Sunday REV GEORGE SHI ELS Associate Pastor First Methodist Church Preaching Mr Stephen BHobson Directing Music Youngest Daughter of Churchill Will Marry London Church ill s youngest daughter Mary will be married to Capt Christopher Soames of the Coldstream Guards some time in January she told reporters Friday night after her father had announced her engage ment Capt Soames is the only son of Capt Arthur Granville Soames and the present Mrs Charles Rhys He met Miss Churchill 4 weeks ago in Paris Des Moines o Shake speares observations about names Father Hans of Des Moines will add this when you have 4 sets of first names you have con fusion The young priest Friday peti tioned in district court to make his first names Paul Francis He said that different names employed at baptism confirma tion and upon his entrance into a Catholic seminary had resulted in his being identified variously as Francis Joseph Paul Leo Fran cis Paul and Paul Francis Confusion arose he said in use of different names on drivers li cense draft card and other rec ords U S Carrier Randolph Heads for Naples Visit London U S aircraft carrier Randolph accompanied by the destroyers Rich and Holder sailed from Gibraltar for Naples Saturday Exchange Telegraph re ported from Gibraltar The Ran dolph spent a week at the British base undergoing repairs after a recent Mediterranean cruise A navy announcement in Wash ington Friday said the Randolph will lead a group of American warships to Greece Turkey and Lebanon Reel License Hunter 7 Oak Combs son of Mr and Mrs Verni Combs is the youngest person in Montgomery county to apply for and receive a hunting license County Recorder A G Illings worth said Though a boy of Den nis age can fish without a license the state law requires a hunting license for a boy Dispute Over Minnesota Congressman in Court St Paul Minn UR A suit asking that Guy V Howard be prohibited from certification as short term confressman from Min nesotas 3rd district will be heard in Ramsey county district court next Friday The action was filed Thursday by Francis Smith St Paul lawyer acting for Norman Arneson 3rd district chairman for the demo craticfarmerlabor party Howard won the writein contest for the seat left vacant in August by the death of William J Gallagher The term runs from Nov 5 to Jan 2 Martha Raye Dismisses Her Divorce Petition Los Angeles Raye and her 4th husband Entertainer Nick Condos also her manager have patched up their marital rift to the extent that Friday she dis missed the divorce action she filed a week ago The actress and Con dos were married in Newark N J in 1944 They have a daughter Meodye 2 COLLINS DENIES PART IN SWINDLE New York Collins held on charges of grand larceny forgery and conspiracy in the al leged embezzlement of nearly one million dollars from the Mergen thaler Linotype company denied Saturday any knowledge of the alleged fraud Collins booked under the of Julius Davis but better known as Jimmie Collins although he also had used the name Julius Lobel denied too that he knew William Arthur Nickel 40 former bookkeepercashier of the firm under arrest on larceny and for gery charges Collins made the denials before a police lineup at headquarters Later he was taken to Brooklyn for arraignment in felony couri there Asked during the lineup inter rogation if he knew Nickel Col lins replied I dont know him I never methim An officer then read the charge against Collins in which police alleged that Collins between Sept 1 1943 and this year acting in concert with others uttered forged checks and invoices amounting to against the Mergen thaler firm What do you say about that an officer asked I have nothing to say I dont know anything about it Collins replied Police ijoundup of key figures in the case ended abruptly Friday when James Collins subject of a week long international hunt sauntered into a Brooklyn eating place and surrendered himself to Kings county District Attorney Miles F McDonald He was booked under the name of Julius Davis but has been bet ter known as Jimmie Collins He also has used the name Julius Lobel McDonald said His arrest McDonald said ended the first part of the investigation and the principal actors of this thing are all in custody Also held on grand larceny and forgery charges are William Ar thur Nickel 40 former SlOOa week bookkeeper for the firm and Isadore Rappaport Joseph Mil stein and Irving Izzy the Eel Co hen Nickel is held oh S100000 bail while the other 3 were free on bail Joseph West part owner of Lex ington West Inc a Manhattan check cashing firm is held in bail as a material wit ness in the case Assistant DistrictAttorney Jul ius Helfand said Collins helped ar range for cashing of numerous checks which Nickel drew against Mergenthaier funds based on false COT Gl FAMILIES GOING OVERSEAS Officers 1st 3 Grades Retain Privilege Washington of a world wide housing shortage the army has ruled that after De cembeer only departments of of ficers and enlisted men of staff sergeant grade or higher may join soldiers abroad Exceptions will be made for families of enlisted men in lower grades who are able to obtain pri vate housing in the United States Panama and Puerto Rico Possibly to take some of the sting off their disappointment the war department announced Friday night that regular army enlisted men of the lower grades who eith are overseas or slated to go there may apply for discharge or assignment in the United States if hey have 18 or more monthsstill o serve Lack of funds and shipping pace as well as housing made the new policy on dependents neces ary the department said It has a vaiting list of about 7000 who vish to go abroad but no break down has been made of how many vilTbe affected jiant Lockheed Plane lies First Test Hop Burbank Cal iant 92ton Constitution capable if carrying a 400 passenger mili ary load flev on its first test Saturday MINOR young persons came out of this accident in Fort Wayne Ind with only minor injuries when the car in which they were riding top went out of control sheared off a telephone pole and hurtled 30 feet through the air to its resting place atop this parked auto At left are the rear wheels of the car which caused damage Injuries to the 2 passengers were a broken collar bone and lacerations of the face BEST am ON DIAL Vauatin Musical highlight of thel T uuynn Monroe Show is the guest appearJ ance of bandleader Stan Kenton Victor Moore comedy guest joins Monroe in a comedy sketch Time 7 Herbert Marshall and Teresa Wright coj star in One Way Passage on Hollywood Star Time Story concerns the shipboard romance of a couple facing destiny p m Election day past Lionel Barrymorej as Mayor of the Town tackles a new municipal 1 problem troubling the citizens of Springdale Agnes Moorhead stars as Marilly 8 p m Hit songs leading the bestseller lists are featured by Joan Edwards Andy Russell and the Mark Warnow orchestra on Your Hit Parade p m The Symphonette program includes Beethovens Moonlight Sonata Strauss Egyp tian March and Schumanns Abenlied with Joseph Fuchs as violinsoloist TLa fitrteft Pm Michele Morgan and Robert Cum i nc mings starsof a new screen thriller The Chase reenact the picture in its world radio premiere on This Is Hollywood Hedda Hopper is emcee p m Jan Masaryk foreign minister of Czechoslovakia delivers an address titled The Peoples Movement in Support of the U SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS C C I a m Doctor E W Day pastor of the 1st Congregational church at Clear Lake speaks 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