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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 16, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                IL 2 ftUson Cily Glo ROMANIA GETS NOTE FROM II S United States Renews Pledge on Election Washington United States Saturday sent Romania an outspoken reminder of its pledge to insure fairness in next Wednes days Romania elections The TJ S note latest of a series of similar notices to eastern Eur opean countries was delivered in Bucharest by U S political rep resentative Burton Y Berry An earlier U S note of Oct 28 charging intimidation of Roman ian opposition leaders was re jected by Romania as incompati ble with the attributes of a free and sovereign state In Satur days note Berry refuted this charge saying I am constrained to believe that the Romanian people if they could freely express themselves would regard my governments interest in this matter as compli ance with its obligations under the Yalta agreement and welcome manifestation of general Ameri can interest in Komanias welfare and progress Berry said the United States deeply regrets that Romania rejected the Oct 28 note which in addition to listing alleged pre election irregularities reminded Romania that U S recognition earlier this year had been granted only after Romania guaranteed to hold free elections He noted however that in its rejection Romania had reiterated its intention to make the elections free from interference IowaNebraska Editors Hear Palestine Problem by Guy MGillette Omaha IP A review of the Palestine problem was given Iowa and Nebraska editors Friday night by Former Iowa Senator Guy M Gillette president of the Ameri can League of Free Palestine Speaking at an IowaNebraska Press Association banquet spon sored by Omahas AkSarBen so ciety Gillette said there is a mis conception that the Palestine prob lem is a British one and that the United States has nothing to say about it Palestine is not a part of the British Empire but was man dated to Britain by the League of Nations for administrative pur poses only according to Gillette Other misconceptions he said include these That the Jews are trying to take Palestine away from the Arabs and that if the British army leaves Palestine the Jews and Arabs will battle In another address Friday Lt Col Delbert B Freeman district army engineer at Omaha said that Old River Towns have set the pace for what industrial develop ment has come to the Missouri val ley Gold Strike Uncovered in Australia Mine Kalgoorlie Australia UR A gold strike which appeared the most sensational in years was re ported Saturday in the Day Dawn mine Six tons of stone were1 removed containing an estimated 1680 pounds of gold If the estimate proves correct the yield should be worth approximately The mine is owned by a syndi cate of 11 men mostly Italians They have placed a stone vault over the shaft and areguarding it Iowa Man Arrested in Minnesota on Charge of WorthlessChecks Mankato Minn to police Friday tield a 57 year old Fonda Iowa man whose sus picious activities in the eyes of an offduty police sergeant landed him in jail for forging checks The1 sergeant Carl Laven watched the man cash several bo gus checks at Mankato busines places then called fellow polic At the city jail the man gave h name as Frank Carey Another forger Joe McDonough 21 of Waseca has been boun over to Blue Earth county dis trict court on a 2nd degree forg ery count rVill Withdraw THE GOLDEN TEXT Be not weary in welldoing H Thessalonians ALLIANCE Gospel school a m Morning worship a m Mes sage Expositions from 1st Corinthians The Elements of Wisdom Young Peo ples Fellowship 7 p m Missionary hour Miss Amy Ford of Jamaica juest speaker Evangelistic service 8 p m Message Is There a Hell Prayer and BlbJs study Wednesday a p m ASSEMBLIES OF GOD Assembly of Delaware N E Sunday school worship C A service evening service 8 Mld veek services Tuesday and Thursday 8 The Rev C B Bell pastor BAPTIST here Pennsylvania crosses Itate The Rev Herbert Paul Rumford minister Miss Hazel Morris Christian education director Mrs Earl Ehlers or ranist Sunday school Morn ng worship This Is laymens missionary Sunday and the service will be in charge f the laymen Kenneth SchulUce will peak on experiences with missions in ndia while in the army Special music by choir and Allen Bloomlngdale soloist CATUOLIC Si masses at 8 and The Very Rev P J Behan head of the Mason City deanery the Rev Hearing and the Rev Joseph A Krocheski Holy N W Sunday serv ces 7t 8 9 10 and 11 Monsignor R P ilurphy the Rev Robert Swift and the Rev Edward Rlley officiating CHRISTIAN at 4th N W George O ilarsh pastor Sunday Victory day Call Radio Chapel Carl J Sentman Pastor A M KGLO BibleXBroadcast A M BIBLE SCHOOL P M YOUNG PEOPLES SERVICES ONE THING NEEDFUL Frogs Are Driving Out University Librarian New York A Columbi university assistant librarian ha threatened to quit The rea Frogs For the past 2 weeks the uni versitys psychology library ha been invaded by the crockers wh had apparently escaped through an open pipe from the zooloj laboratory on the floor above The last straw for the assistan librarian came when she reachei for a book on Experimental Psy chology and a frog leaped at her The first Pilgrim Thanksgiving at Plymouth in 1621 was given over to a whole week of feasting and sports TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship 11 A M Palace Theater REV ROGNESS PASTOR A cordial invitation to all Bible school Worship Gods a Higher Level of Living Anthem Now Let Every Tongue Adore Thee by Bach to 3 Victory day canvass nd fellowship dinner 5 Intermediate nd Senior CYF Wednesday Womans ouncil bazar and dinner afternoon and vening 7 to Devotional service Friday Womans council groups meet CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST and 3rd N W Sun lay service at 11 Subject Mortals and mmortals Sunday school 11 for pu ills under 20 Wednesday evening meet Ing 8 Reading room east wing of church veek days 11 a m to 5 p m CHURCH OF GOD Church of God In Christ Sunday school service 12 evening serv ice Weekday services Tuesday and Friday at B p m The Hev Harold Haith cox pastor CONGREGATIONAL at First N E Minis ter Roy C Helfensteln D D Church school at a m Public worship and sermon at a m Pastors subject The Secret of MasteringCircumstances Special music by choir Mrs B Raymono Wcston director of music Mrs James E Stinehart organist Youth Pilgrim Fel lowship meets at p m Lany Heeb director of Young Peoples work Har vest home dinner Wednesday evening Nov 20 at p m EPISCOPAL St at FirstvN E The Rev C Burnett Whitehead rector Holy Communion 8 a Church school and 11 a m Morning prayer 11 a m Organ prelude Mrs R E Pat ton organist Solo How Lovely are Thy Dwellings Liddlc Mrs T J Keis selbach soloist Sermon The Task of the Church I Anthem If With AH Your Hearts Mendelssohn EVANGELICAL 14th N W and Adams F W Wcndland pastor Sunday school 10 a m Worship service 11 Youth Fel lowship 7 p m Deloris Murray leader GREEK ORTHODOX At 1401 N Washington The Rev Fa lter Ambrose G Giannoukos Vespers and confessions every Saturday 7 Sun day Matins High mass Holy days a m Catechism for children to every Friday LUTHERAN 4th and 5th on Delaware N E a m Sunday chool At a m the First service Anthem by the Junior choir Abide O Nearest Jesus Pastors sermon When The King Returns At a m the Second service The Senior choir sings The Churchs One Foundation Is Jesus Christ At a m and at I p m he International Lutheran Hour C A IJnz pastor East State Sunday school 45 a m Chief service 11 a m An 3em CherubimSong by Bortniansky ennon Power for Peace Monday 8 m Brotherhood meeting at the iiurch Marvin O Lee pastor and S Jersey Earnest Bergeson pastor Sunday school m Divine worship a m Sermon Our Relationship to Others Special usic by Mrs Bergeson who will sing Bow Down Thine Ear by Jenks St 6th S E Sunday school t a m Divine service at a m ermon Stewardship Girls chorus REVIVAL MEETINGS Church of Open Bible 1702 CAROLINA AVENUE S E Starting Sunday Nov 17 Meetings will continue night except Mondays and Saturdays at oclock THE REV AUGUST WEEKS BIBLE TEACHER AND EVANGELIST SPEAKER e Invite You to Attend tut Morning HEAR KENNETH SCHULTHE1S returned service man MISSIONS or MUNITIONS ALLWELCOME Herbert Paul Rumford Minister niveness C Henry Anderson Our Midland Heights Church school a m Worship service 11 a m Sermon Forgiving Our Brethren Confirmation class at 1C at the parsonage C Henry Anderson pastor Sunday school at Calvary cha pel lf15 N Delaware at 9 a m Sunday school at Trinity church 508 Penn sylvania a m Morning worship at the Palace theater at 11 a m Sermon When Life Turns Inside Out Anthem In Heavenly Love Abiding Mendels sohn Holy Communion 8 p m METHODIST Washington at 2ud N W Lloyd D D minister Worship service A Churcn school Sermon Theres Ahvays Money Hand Doctor Gustafson Anthems God So ioved the World Stainer and Lead Me Lord Wesley junior chofr 5 Youth Fellowship Mrs Patchen will play Arioso Handel Prayer Boellmann Melody Tschalkowski and March Rodgers 6th S W Sunday school 10 a m Morning worship 11 a m Evening services Young peoples prayer service Wednesday 8 p m Annual MIs slonary Thankoflering program Thurs day 8 p m Mens prayer service Tues day 8 p m Roy I Johnston pastor Union 4th N E Jordan Hay pastor Church school at a m Morning worship at 11 a m Mrs Jewett Walls will make report from group msetlng The Year of Christian Stew ardship whichwas held af Burns Meth odist church Des Moines Nov 13 The Rev W H Hunter of MarshaUtown will show pictures of Bible and Christian education especially for our youth Sun day at p m Open to public and Pennsylvania S B Paul Arnold Peterson D D minister a m Church school Sr M Y F a m Worship Mrs Carl H Carl son organist Adagio Vesperale Page Temple March Lyon Anthem Chris tian the Morn Breaks Shelley Doctor Peterson preaches Unsung Heroes p h JuniorH M Y F p m Junior M Y F p m Evening serv ice Anthem The Whisper Song and A Prayer by NeidJlnger sung by the Junior choir Doctor Peterson will review The Life of John Wesley NAZAKENE Church of the State Sunday school at a m Wor ship a m PrePrayer service p m Young Peoples service 7 p m Evangelistic service 8 p m Mid week service Wednesday 8 p m The Rev Remiss ReWeldt district superintendent will be with us Sunday morning and will play musical selection for the Sun day school and will speak at the worship service Evert O Davis pastor OPEN BIBLE Open Bible Carolina S El Sunday school a m Morning wor ship 11 a m Message by Evangelist August Weeks Young peoples service P m Evangelistic service 8 p The Koly City j Mall pastor by Adams Oswald E AVest service 9am unday school m Mutual For ALLIANCE TABERNACLE 616 N Delaware LOWELL L YOUNG Paslor A M THE ELEMENTS OP WISDOM P M IS THEBE A HELL Come Once Then Decide Wesley Methodist Church Dr Peterson preaches UNSUNG HEROES LIFE OF JOHN WESLEY In every thins Eve lhanks for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you 1 Thcss 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 Special Services The Rev and Mrs E K Jones will be with us Nov 24 f VICTORY DAY SERVICE SUNDAY NOVEMBER A M GODS CALL TO A HIGHER LEVEL OF LIVING George 0 Marsh Minister FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Adams at Fourth St N W Assembling Victory to 300 P M Ladies Bazaar Afternoon Devotional Service WEDNESDAY Dinner Served to 700 P M to P M Evangelist Weeks speaking Revival meetings are scheduled for the next 2 or 3 weeks with Evangelist August Weeks of Chicago Pastor the Bev Elbert Dougherty PEESBTTEBIAN First Washington at Ninth N W Wilbur Frank Dierking minister Morn ing worship at 11 Sermon The Eternal is good Mrs Roy Servison will play Dithyramb by Lucas March Pom poso by Field and The Calm of Night by Boex Mrs Harold Wolfe will sing Beside Still Waters by Hamblin Church school at 10 for juniors inter mediates and seniors at 11 for nursery beginners and primary Westminster Fel lowship at 7 p m INTERDENOMINATIONAL Radio J Sentman pastor Bible school at 10 Young Peoples serv ices at 7 II a m One Thing Needful and 8 p m The Bub Between Eome and Russia Young peoples Bible study at the Sentman home 931 N Monroe Monday evening at 8 Bible conference Nov 1924 with Dr H Framer Smith of Philadelphia as Bible expositor Hope Gospel South Polk Place Sunday school at 10 Preaching at 11 Mrs Charles Hill pastor Salvation South Federal Officer in charge Maj Kathertae Davis Sunday school 10 a m Holiness service 11 a m Sunday school 1002 6th St S W 2 p m Young Peoples Legion 7 p m Evangelistic meeting 8 p m Hubby Returns Empty Handed But Wife Gets Pheasant in Backyard Aurora HI L Pewonfca returning from a hunting trip without a pheasant was greeted by his wife who was waiting to give him the bird she got without firing a shot or leaving her back yard Mrs Pewonka explained to the emptyhanded hunter that she found the pheasant in the back yard She said the bird apparently had fallen there after being fatal ly wounded by a hunter in a near by cornfield 45000 Tori Battleships Wisconsin New Jersey Washington UR The navy plans to withdraw the 45000ton superbattleships Wisconsin and New Jersey from the active fleet as an economy measure navy of ficers disclosed Saturday The 2 battleships will be placed on reserve status about Jan 1 when the navys new reorganiza tion plans goes into effect When the ships are relegated to reserve status the navy will have only the 45000ton battleship Mis souri on active duty in the Atlan tic and her sister Iowa in the Pacific Under the same plan the 35000 ton battleships Washington and North Carolina will be shifted from the reserve to the inactive or mothball fleet navy officers said In the reserve fleet the Wiscon sin and New Jersey wDl be tied up with only skeleton crews aboard them They could be acti vated on short notice in event of an emergency 5 Man Contest Looms for Iowa House Speaker Des Moines 5man con test lor speaker of the Iowa house of representatives appeared Sat urday to be under way The se lection will be made by the re publicans since they will hold a majority in the house when the legislature convenes in January Mentioned as contenders were Harold Felton of Indianola speak er last session G T Kuester of Griswold Andrew J Nielsen of Council Bluffs Albert Steinberg of Ames and Harry Weichman of Newhall All of course are re publicans The subject got considerable discussion among legislators who were here Friday as special guests at the annual convention of the Iowa Taxpayers association While several house members were urging Kuester to become a candidate he said he would not make his decision until probably next week The bulk of the dis cussion centered on Felton and Kuester Felton has served the last 3 and Kuester the last 6 consecu tive terms Kuester was chairman of the important appropriations committee in the last session Steinberg was republican floor leader in the 1B43 session has served the last 4 terms IFat ua No Minority Report Due on Tax Study Des Moines IF There will be no minority report issued by the state lax study committee in the opinion of its chairman Francis Johnson of Terrill There was an effort by the committee Johnson told the 12th annual Iowa Taxpayers Associa tion convention Friday to com promise insteacTof presenting per sonal views Johnson said the committee which released its farreaching report this week after nearly a years effort had not finished its work It will meet here again Nov 27 he reported Newly elected Iowa legislators who attended the convention as guests of the tax association were told by Johnson that the commit tee probably would offer at least 15 bills perhaps 2 or 3 more cov ering recommendations by the group The legislature will convene in January The committee has recom mended among jollier things in1 its report the continuation of the state income tax at half rate abandonment of the tax on monies and credits state reimbursement to local tax bodies for veterans exemptions extension of the sales tax to help defray the cost of any soldier bonus and levying of a 5 per cent tax on state liquor store sales for the benefit of cities and towns Johnson termed n Mnnrno pm The KinS Swing and n monrae clown Prince join forceSj when Goodman and Milton Berle visit the Vaughn Monroe Show Eerie i offers a comedy skit and Goodman plays a clarinet specialty when a writer of greeting card poems up fa horse race betting you have a Dennis DdV vciiuia hilarious story titled 3 Men on a Horse Dennis Day stars on Holly 1 p gets p m The meanest man in town takes a course in human kindness when he meets Lionel wood Star Time1 Barry more Barrymore as the Mayor of the Town The mayor solves a finan cial dilemma for a young widow p m Mishel Piastre and the Symphonette offer Haydns 4th symphony 1st movement Chopins Tarantella and the Andante from Mendelssohns Violin Symphonette preliminary one this report a and State Senator Berg Opposed to Repeal of Moneys Credits Tax Des Koines Senator John Berg RCedar Falls is op posed to the recommendation1 of the state tax study committee for repeal of the tax on monies and Move Started for U Bonus Up to for Combat Veterans Chicago of the Veterans of Foreign Wars said Sat urday they expected their council of administration to approve a proposed federal bonus which would give combat veterans up to The adjusted compensation proposal was advanced Friday by the VFWs legislative committee but officials said approval by the council of administration was nec essary before it could become a part of the groups national poli cy Under the proposed adjust ment all veterans would receive compensation of for each day of service in the United States not to exceed and for each day served overseas not to exceed An additional grant of for each man wounded in action also was proposed Any benefits re ceived by veterans under the G I bill of rights would be deducted from the bonus In discussing some of the com mittees recommendations John son said that the monies and cred its tax on individuals should be repealed because probably not more than one third of those who should pay do pay and that those who do were probably the least able to pay He said the legislature with the present treasury balance could continue the present half rate per sonal income tax Johnson a former speaker of the Iowa house of representatives said the most necessary reform was needed in the field of admin istration of property tax assess ment and collection Exemptions he reported now reach a stagger ing total of 31000000000 There has been a consistent increase in abuses of exemptions he said The association reelected all of its officers Don V McLean Marshaltown was renamed presi ident George E Pike Waterloo vice president and Horace G Hedges Cedar Rapids treasurer Concerto in E minor Adolph Menjou p m This Is Hollywood presents the radio premiere of Bachelors Daugh ters starring Adolph Menjou in his screen role SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS One Mans Oninion pm Tile of carrying wnc ivian s wpmion the problem of peace or war to the people of the world through the United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural organization UNESCO will be discussed by w Earl Hall GlobeGazette managing editor in his onceaweek quarter hour commentary Philharmonic rnnnurmunic 2 The Wew York PhilharmonicSym phony offers an allBeethoven program with Mischa Elman as soloist in the D major Violin Concerto The C major Symphony No 1 and the Turkish March complete the program Hour of Charm Spitlnyr and Ahe aUgirl w orchestra present music from the worlds bestknown operas including Martha Samson and Delilah and Lohengrin Fnmilv Hnnr i uiiuiy i iwui Pm Conrad Thibault celebrated baritone patricfe Munsel and the Famiiy Hour cast in a preview of the musical comedy Toplitsky of Notre Dame The Shadow credits For my part I would prefer to see some teeth put into the present law and see if we couldnt collect more of this tax Senator Berg attended the an nual convention of the State Tax payers association here Friday Francis Johnson chairman of the tax study group told the tax association that not more than onethird of those who should pay the monies and credit tax were doing so Pioneer in Field of Electricity Succumbs Newton Mass ff Jonathon Parker B Fiske 81 a pioneer and inventor in the field of electricity brick manufacturing and oil burn ers died at his home Friday night after a long period of semiinval idism During World war I he was president and general manager of the Standard Roller Bearing com pany of Philadelphia and after the war he joined General Motors in charge of the division now known as Delco There he developed the Frigi daire and later became general manager of the division handling that oroduct Truman In Annapolis Annapolis 21gun sa lute greeted President Truman Saturday as he arrived on his yacht the USS Williamsburg to visit the nnited States naval acad emy On the presidents schedule before witnessing the NavyPenn State football game Saturday aft ernoon were visits to classrooms and a luncheon talk to the Mid shipmen in their mess hall Iowa Woman 95 Says Airline Trip Just Fine Hartford Conn J G Faurote 95 of Fontanelle Iowa described by airline officials as the oldest passenger to be carried by a United Airlines plane arrived at Brainard field here Friday night Mrs Faurote who boarded the plane at Des Moines for her first plane ride was met by her son inlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs E E Schneider of Middletown whom she will spend the winter The Iowa woman described her trip as just fine and added Im going to go again Mrs Faurote who said she had tried nearly ev ery major form of transportation said she was neither excited nor nervous during the trip 2 More Army Planes Are Fired On in P I Manila U S 13th airforce reported Saturday that 2 more U S army planes have been fired upon by machine guns in the Philippines Both escaped un touched At p m Thursday a B29 piloted by First Lt R J Carey of Kokomo Ind and a B24 piloted by 2nd Lt G F Bond of Klamath Falls Ore were fired upon from Mount Arayat in central Luzon The area is a stronghold of the Hukbalanop peasant movement The pilots estimated that 200 rounds were fired They reported a light about 3000 feet up the mountainside which appeared to be spotting planes Governor Blue Having Trouble Selecting Safety Commissioner Des Moines Robert D Blue said Saturday he was hav ing considerable difficulty in making the selection of a state commissioner of public safety to succeed the late Fred L Wilkins of Boone The governor said he had onlyabout 3 candidates includ ing a couple of sheriffs Wilkins who died suddenly re cently was a former Boone county sheriff He had been acting com missioner about a year and com missioner only a few months The public safety department includes the bureau of criminal in vestigation the fire marshals of fice the highway patrol the drivers license division the motor vehicle registration division the patrol radio divison the division of safety education and the divi sion of accident statistics The various divisions employ a total of several hundred persons The position pays S4000 a year The present unexpired 4year term expires next July 1 BelieveNo Survivors in Airliner Wreckage Burbank Cal UR Rescuers toiled up the rocky slopes of Cob blestone mountain Saturday to the snowy grave of a Western Airlines transport which vanished 3 days ago with 11 persons aboard all feared dead None of the searchers who flew over the halfshrouded remains of the twinengined DC3 be lieved there could be any surviv ors The pilots saw no signs of life and believed the victims were buried byfastfalling snow where they were hurled when the plane smashed headon in a blinding storm A wisp of smoke 50 feet below the tip of 6730foot cobblestone first led aerial searchers to the wreckage Friday Western Air lines Pilot Max Crall who spotted it said the tail with an identifying red W on it was in tact He said the plane apparently exploded when it crashed early Thursday charring brush and limber for 75 feet around Im Forever Blowing Bubbles Author Dies New York Kendis 63 coauthor of Im Forever Blowing Bubbles and If I Had My Way died Friday at his home in QueensDuring the 1920s his songs never failed to sell over a million copies Many still are ponular High above the river a suspension Drjge js Deing constructed Voices through the cables spell death The Shadow combats murder in Death on the Bridge Smith pm Laughmaker Al Bernie rising young comedian is guest on Kate Smith Sings Kate sings a medley of old and new hits pm prepares a roast for dinner guests to find they prefer oldfashioned stew k Sam Soade The civic Duty cPel finas Sam Spade as juror on a murder trial in which he conducts a private investigation and breaks the case Crime Doctor pm The lightning mind of Dr Ordway spots the tiny flaw in a murderers alibi House Jameson plays the title role HHdeaarde Comedians Henny Youngman Jan Mur 3 ray Frankie Hyers and Jackie Gleason along vyith the Joe Mooney quartet of instrumentalists will be Hildegardes guests in The Campbell Room Eddie Brarlren Pm Eddie Sets Mr Monahan into a wmvncu Lonely Hearts Club and himself in the dog house Its all the result of a complicated Bracken plan for raising money I Bob Hone P Bob the man with the skijump nose wjl use his raPd Jib on Baker and try for HO NBC HMD SATURDAY EVENING Cargill Cam Sunset Frolic Life of Rlley News Truth or Cons Judy Canova Roundup News Music Dance Frolic Chris Cross Skidoo Revue News 930 Dance Jubilee Music News Jamboree Music SUNDAY NOV 37 730 Bible Bcast Symphony 800 News News Story Music Arrow Show Bob Bums Jack Benny Bandwagon Edgar Bergen 730 Fred Allen Merry G Rd Fam Music Don Ameche Parkys Austin Sco Christian Sc News Pilgrims Hour News Amcr legion Radio League Church Serv 1200 Canary Show Com Story Roundtable News Frank Black Billboard Harv of Stars B J Palmer Cavallaro Music One Mans F Quiz Kids Quiz Pgtn Old Fash Rev SignOlf the question when he 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