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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 11, 1947, Mason City, Iowa                                2 Jan 11 194 Hxon Cltr GIobeGuette Mtaon City la Balkan Issues Top Security Body Business Success N Y Inter national relations in the Balkans dominated the business the United Nations security counci Saturday 1 Britain pressed for speedy touncil consideration of its dis pute with Albania over the mining of Corfu channel in the Adriatic Z UN officials got to work on preparations for taking over the free territory of Trieste and be ginning the delicate task of main taining peace there one of the hottest corners of Europe 3 The councils special Balkans commission rushed final arrange ments for its comprehensive on thespot investigation of areas where the Britishsupported Greeks have been having trouble with the proRussian elements of Bulgaria Yugoslavia and Albania The tour will begin Jan 30 in Ath ens The British government finally field its complaint against Albania Friday night only a few minutes after the council as a first birth day gift to the world agreed unanimously to assume responsi bility for the free territory of Trieste The British taking recourse in the UN for the first time in efforts to settle a dispute brought Albania into the council as a result of a series of conflicts over activities in the Corfu straits The most griev ous complaint grew out of the dis aster of last October when 41 British sailors were killed and British destroyers damaged by mines planted in the channel The councils show of the unan imity in approving the Big Four foreign ministers plan for Trieste was marred only by Australias refusal to vote Australian Dele gate N J O Makin argued to the last that the council was not em powered to assume the responsi bility OUTLINE PLAN FOR TEACHERS Designed to Combat Loss of Iowa Educators Des Moines 3point pro gram to combat the trend of the past 5 years in which over 9000 teachers in Iowa and 350000 in the nation have left the teaching profession has been outlined by C F Martin executive secretary of the Iowa State Education asso ciation Addressing a conference of Iowa school superintendents Friday night Martin said that in reality a quiet and orderly teachers strike has been going on for the past 5 years The 3 points needed to meet the situation Martin said are 1 Adequate salaries for teachers 2 Adequate facilities 3 Increase state support of pub lic education to at least 25 per cent of the total cost The asso ciation has asked the legislature to increase school aid appropria tions from 53500000 to 000 The association secretary said providing an adequate educational program for the youth of the na tion and the state constitutes the present educational crisis Martins address opened a dis cussion which continued Saturday on suchsubjects as the classroom teacher in the educational crisis and promoting our legislative program Wesley Methodist Church Dr Peterson Preaches SPIRITUAL EESEBVES THE LIFE OF FANNT CEOSBY Lois H Peterson frauds have made me and fashioned me give me understanding that I may learn thy commandments Esalms of 1615 Delaware N E Sunday School AM Morning Worship A M C As P M Evening Service P M REV C B BELL Pastor THE GOLDEN TEXT Rejoice and exceeding glad Matt 512 sjs sje ADVENTIST S Delaware W Rog er Holley pastor Services every Satur day Sabbath school church serv ice 11 ALLIANCE Gospel school worship message Ministers of Christ youag people 7 evangelistic service 8 message The Causes ot Kings Collapse Prayer and Bible study Wednesday 8 Lowell Young minister ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1615 Delaware N E Sunday school vorshfp C As service evening service 8 midweek services Tuesday and Thursday 8 The Rev C B Bell pastor BAPTIST at State The Rev Herbert Paul Rumford minister Mrs Earl Ehlfcrs organist Sunday school worship Choir will sing I Was a Wandering Sheep with Miss Ruth Dou gall as soloist Sermon Race Superior ity G young peoples fellowship St 6th S W Sabbath school worship 11 BTU evening worship 8 B H Hunter pastor CATHOLIC St masses at a 9 and The Very Rev P J Behan head of the Mason City deanery the Rev A Heming and the Rev Joseph A Krocheski Hols N W Sunday serv ices 7 8 9 10 and 11 Monsignor R P Murphy the Rev Robert Swift and the Rev Edward Riley officiating CHRISTIAN at 4th N W George O Marsh pastor Bible school worship The Christian How Does He Get That Way Anthem Bless the Lord O My Soul by IppoiitoffIvanoif 5 senior arid intermediate CYF Wednes day Fellowship dinner 7 special program departmental chairmen meeting CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST at 3rd N W Sun day service at 11 Subject Sacrament Sunday school II for pupils under 20 Wednesday evening meeting 8 Reading room east wing of church week days 11 a m to 5 p m CON G RE G ATIQ NAL at 1st N E Minister Roy C Helfenstein director of music Mrs B Raymond Weston organist Mrs James E Stinehart Sunday school worship subject The OtherKind ot Hypocrite Anthem Holy Father We Adore Thee by Dimttri Bortnlansky Duet Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled Eyer by Mrs Weston and Earl Dean Organ numbers Intermezzo by Faulkes Air From Orpheus by Cluck Post lude by Scarmolin Conference of North Central Association of Pilgrim Fellowship officers in youth chapelat No P F meeting this Sunday All of the group interested may come to the afternoon and evening meeting P supper at 6 EPISCOPAL St N E at Penn The Rev C Burnett whitehead rector Holy Communion 8 church school and 11 morning prayer II organ prelude Mrs R E Patton organist ser mon To Eyery Creature by the rector Soprano solo O Divine Redeemer Gounod Mrs T J Kiesselbach soloist Anthem If Ye Abide in Me Nevin EVANGELICAL N W and Adams F W Wendland pastor Sunday school 10 worship 11 youth fellowship 7 Elizabeth Kahle leader GREEK ORTHODOX At 1401 N Washington The Rev Fa Jier Ambrose G Giannoulcos Vespers and confessions every Saturday 7 Sun day Matins High mass Holy days a m Catechism for children R to every Friday JEHOVAHS WITNESSES Jehovahs Witnesses Services at 1G17 South Federal Watchtower study The Seventieth Week Sunday p m LUTHERAN 4th and 5th on Delaware N E At a m Sunday school and Bible class At a m the irst service Anthem by the junior Beautiful Savior Pastors sermon Light on the Mystery of Marriage At a m the 2nd service The senior choir sings The Lords Prayer by Low len At a m1 and 1 p m the Iri ernatlonal Lutheran Hour C AJIintz pastor East State Sunday schoo a m Chief service 11 a in An them Now Let AH the Heavens Ador Thee by Bach from the cantata Sleep crs Wake Sermon Of Such Is th Kingdom of God Sunday evening p m Luther league at the church Mon day evening 8 p m congregational meet ing at the church ManIn O Lee pastor and S Jersey Ernes ABergeson pastor Sunday school a m Divine worship a m Sermon Willing His Wilt Installation of 1947 boards of deacons and trustees West service 9 a m Sermon Jesus Both Pupil and Teach er Sunday school at a m Our Heights Churcl school a m Worship service at 1 a m Sermon Responsible for Our Ac tions Confirmation class at parsonage at P45 a m New officers for 1947 wil be Installed at this time C Henry An dcrson pastor Trinity Sunday school at Calvary chapel 1615 N Delaware at 9 a m Sun day school at Trinity church 508 S Penn sylvania at a m Morning worship at the Palace theater at 11 a m Luther league at the church at p m Alvin N Rogness pastor St 6th S E Sunday schoo at a m Divine senIce at a m Sermon Jesus Lost Duet Ellie Peters and Barbara Braeckleln Come Holy Spirit by Jerome Installation of newly elected officers Oswald E G Mall pastor METHODIST at 2nd N W Lloyd A Gustafson D D minister church school worship service Sermon What Do You Stand For Come Let Us Worship PaJestrina solo O Lord Our God Mozart Mr Hobson Mrs Patchen will play Pil grims Chorus Tannhauser Wagner Andante Grunfeld Melody Koschat and March Tschalkowsky 5 youtt fellowship ey young adults Dr Morgan residence and 14th S E Paul Arnold Peterson D D minister church school senior M Y F worship Mrs Carl H Carlson organist Adagio in A Flat Mendelssohn Largo in G Schreiner Anthem Ho Everyone That Thirstcth MacFarlone incidents solo Mrs Dorothy Gettman Doctor Pe terson preaches Spiritual 6 junior M Y F JuniorHi M Y F evening worship Solo MrsJ Lois H Peterson Doctor Peterson The Life of Fanny Crosby NAZARENE Church of the W State Sunday school a m morning wor ship pre prayer service p m young peoples service 7 p m evange listic service 8 p m midweek service Wednesday p m with the Rev Lyle Prescott missionary from Cuba in charge Mr Prescott will give a half hour sacred concert on the piano preceding his message The Rev Evert O Davis pastor OPEN BIBLE 1702 Carolina S E Sunday school worship 11 theme the Inter cessor y qung people 7 evangelistic service 8 theme The Love of God Tuesday through Friday prayer meeting 8 p m Elbert Dougherty pastor at 9th N W Wilbur Frank Dierking minister Worship 11 sermon Light and Darkness Mrs Boy Servison will play Prelude from Sonata tfo 2 and Pastorale by Mendelssohn Morning Prayer by Tschaikowsky and March nf the Priests by Mendelssohn Mrs Kermit Larson will sing a solo Church school at 10 for Jr intermediate and Sr depts at 11 for nursery begin ners and primary Westminster Fellow ship at 7 p m INTERDENOMINATIONAL Hope Gospel S Polk place Sunday school 10 preaching 11 Mrs Charles Hills pastor Salvation S Federal Offi cer Maj K Davis Sunday school 10 citadel outpost 1002 6th S W 2 young peoples meeting at in charge of Miss Arlene Moore and Miss Thelma Young Special vocal numbers by the young people Evangelistic meeting at 8 3ible study and C C class Tuesday at 7 Thursday 2 p m Needle and Shuttle tlub will meet to discuss plans for pack ng garments for Europe Thursday 3p m prayer meeting Fri day 7 p mrband practice by the 3V L band Sunbeam Brigade Saturday 10 a m ox Coon Club Elects 47 Quail Feeding Plans Ambrose McKernan Locust president Vernon Baker vice president Ray Tillinghast secretary John Lannon treasurer jeonard Thompson L F Winslow and Leonard Karnik trustees are 947 officers of the Northeast Iowa Tox and Coon club The club will ake on a quail feeding program in June when 150 young birds vill be received from the state conservation commission They vill be kept in brooder houses un il able to care for themselves A roup of local farmers has prom sed cooperation CHANGE RESIDENCES Nora SpringsrMr and Mrs iugh Murray will move into Mrs Guy Raderte residence this month fter Mrs Raders departure for California to join her son Roger iolda who is employed in San Francisco The George Cast house vhich the Murrays are vacating vill be occupied after Feb 1 by he new owners Mr and Mrs El mer Apel who are moving into own from their farm TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship 11 A M Palace Theater Rev Alvin N Rogness Pastor A Cordial Invitation to All RADIO BROADCAST KGLO A M RADIO CHAPEL CARL J SENTMAN Pastor Sunday Service msKGLO a SCHOOL a p PEOPLES SERVICES p LONG SUFFERING OF GOD SPECIAL MtiSIC CHOIR HICKENLOOPER ATOMIC LEADER Picked Head of Senate and House Committee Washington re publican leaders Saturday picked Senator Hickenlooper RIowa to head the senatehouse commit tee on atomic energy ina move regarded as insuring full GOP support of the Baruch no veto plan for world development of the resource Hickenlooper whose selection as chairman depends on an agree ment by house members of the committee declined any immedi ate comment But the Iowa senator who ranked 3rd among the republi cans on the group formerly head ed by Senator McMahon D is strongly on record for the Baruch plan of divulging atomic information to other na tions only after a workable in spection setup has been estab lished which cannot be voided by any nations veto GOP leaders said new appoint ments to the committee would demonstrate further a party policy to back the Baruch plan against any attacks that might be forth it from the soviet un ion or Poland which refrained from voting when the plan was approved bythe United Nations atomic energy commission Dec 30 Senator Vandenberg has said he does not want the committee chairmanship but is undecided whether to remain as a member The change in con trol of congress may eliminate Senator Byrd DVa from the group and give his seat to a re publican Any final agreement on the dis closure of information to other nations must be approved by con gress and the senatehouse com mittee is expected to play an im portant role in determining con gressional policy Miniature XRays in Schools at Iowa Falls Iowa of Ellsworth Junior college and Iowa Falls high school teachers in the school system and school custodians will be given miniature Xrays Tuesday according to announce ment by Supt W C Hilburn The program is being carried out ay the state department of health and the Iowa Tuberculosis associ ation funds are supplied through he sale of Christmas health seals Dne of the mobile units will bring he equipment and technicians tb iowa Falls International Soundphoto SHE DREAMS OF CHANCE TO without feet Betty Jean Lampe 21 gazes at feet of a Chicago hos pital nurse as she awaits day she hopes to walk with arti ficial feet Public contributions arefinancing operations and other medical expenses Monty Heads for Home Says Stalin in Good Health British Military Head Has Talk With Soviet Leader on Arms Issues Moscow Field Marshal Montgomery left for home by plane Saturday after a triumphal visit climaxed by 2 meetings with Prime Minister Stalin who he said looked fine and apparently was in excellent health Garbed in the greatcoat and boots of a soviet marshal the chief of the British imperial staff looked warm and comfortable in he bitter belowzero weather as ic chatted and shook hands with iis hosts and thanked them for heir hospitality He expressed lope of seeing some of the Rus sians in London in the spring or summer The atmosphere of cordial Mendship at the airport was en lanced by the appearance of Marshal Alexander M Vasilevsky chief of the soviet general staff who braved the cold despite his recent illness It is well known that Montgom erys visit was not purely social and that he definitely talked mili ary collaboration His most important talk of course was his 70minute inter view Friday with Stalin in the Kremlin The 2 ineii were believed o have discussed Montgomerys recent trip to the United States he AmericanBritish standardiza ion of arms program and the iritishAmerican joint chiefs of staff Ever one to speak frankly t is believed here Stalin spoke candidly on these subjects With Montgomery displaying this char acteristic of plain speaking they probably had much to say to one another Friday the 50yearold British ield marshal last year created Viscount Montgomery of Alamein irst was taken on a tour of the Kremlin Then he called on his official lost Marshal Alexander M Vasi evsky chief of the soviet general staff Vasilevsky gave Montgom ery a fur hat a pair of generals boots and a squirrellined over coat such as Russian marshals fear Montgomery himself devout son of an Ulster Episcopal bishop is a teetotaler But when he went to see Stalin a case of whisky was seen being put into an automobile which then headed toward the Iremlin This was assumed to be his gift to the prime minister He vas known to have given Stalin 2 books and to have received aims autograph At the dinner Montgomery a nonsmoker sat on the right of Stalin who was said to have fol owed his usual habit of smoking nany cigarets and drinking little Foreign Minister V M Molotov was reported to have proposed most of the toasts Later Mont iomery was photographed with Stalin Molotov and others VfovieStnick Girl ails to Reach Goal Los Angeles Priest 5yearold San Francisco girl vho left home cwith her brother Nicholas Jr 9 and sister Fran ine 5 hoping to get them into he movies Didnt get around to ailing on any of the film execu ives A friend of the childrens moth r Mrs Celia Priest saw them on a Jollywood street and notified her Ihe left San Francisco by plane to eturn them The friend took the hildren home to await their moth Gloria had Bing Crosbys home elephone number and imbued vith the idea that Francine had nusual talent departed with bout in allowance money she ad saved She hoped to impress Crosby with an audition ADULT CLASSES END West joint meeting of he mens and womens adult night chool classes will conclude the eries Wednesday A potluck sup er with everyone bringing sand iches and a covered dish will egin at p m The womens ouneil will be responsible for the offce and he organization for ic supper Montgomery Stalin U S Navy Keeps Eye on Erupting Volcanoes Kodiafc Alaska vol canoes erupted Staurday on 2 Aleutian islands less than 100 miles apart and the U S navy kept a wary eye on both Mt Shishaldin a 9387foot peak on the island of Unimak joined nearby Akutan volcano in a dis play of fiery temper the navy re vealed and has been showering ashes to a depth of 2 inches on the village of False Pass 20 miles from its cone Akutan west and south of Mt Shishaldin began disgorging a redhot lava stream from its 4200 foot crest Jail 5 and 75 white and native residents were evacuated from the immediate path of the flow The navy since has kept small craft standing by but be lieves that mountain ridges will keep the lava from rolling into Akutan village Both islands are east of Dutch Harbor the U S naval base Aku tan was a secret fueling depot for Russian ships during the war Waterloo Packing Firm Agrees to Wage Boost Waterloo new contract providing for general pay in creases of 7i cents an hour for men employes and 8 cents an hour for women employes has been signed by the Rath Packing Co and the United Packinghouse Workers of America Local 46 CIO UPWA Field Representa tive H H Bull said Saturday The new agreement also calls for new sick leave policies more liberal leave of absence policy and 8 paid holidays INJURED IN SOUTH Milo Pitkin was called to the bedside of her moth er Mrs E E Bonar who is in a serious condition in a hospital in ExcelsiorSprings Mo following an automobile accident near Chil licothe Mo several days ago Mrs Bonar received a double fracture of one leg and several fractured ribs as well as internal injuries Mr and Mrs Pitkin left Friday for Excelsior Springs CLAMP DOWN ON AIR REGULATIONS Airlines Safety Record Shows New High in 1946 Washington air line accidents have prompted an official examination of bad weather landing procedures for all airports with a view to tighter re strictions it was revealed Satur day The civil aeronautics board as an interim emergency measure Friday ordered strict adherence to ceiling and visibility requirements now in effect but loosely ob served in some cases It was learned the civil aero nautics administration which en forces CAB safety rules had urged this action for 3 years A CAB statement said recent ac cident studies indicate a possible tendency on the part of some pi lots to make low approaches irj marginal weather conditions i The investigation of lauding procedures and weather mini mums is being conducted jointly by CAB CAA and the airlines It is regarded as the first step toward a number of civil air reg ulation changes to insure greater air travel safety in the face of enormous expansion More than 13000000 persons traveled by air in 1946 a 78 per cent increase over 1945 and more than the total passengers carried in the first 15 years of airline existence While the fatality per 100000000 passenger miles according to thje Air Transport As better in 1946 than any other year several big acci dents served to obscure this fact and to alarm aviation authorities about a possible drop in public confidence Owners Trade Lots to Settle Building Error Chicago case of the 38000 dream house which be came a nightmare when its own er found he had built it on the wrong lot was settled Saturday The owners traded lots Harry Williams 40 bought a lot at 117 N Roberta street in 1941 and built the house Then he discovered that through some error he had been given the deed to No 119 and that Casimir Wie klinski had the deed to No 117 After Wieklinski tried to have illiaros1 evicted a circuit court judge arranged the compromise The 2 men traded deeds and Wie klinski was given by the company which had guaranteed the title to insure his peace of mind Convicted Bank Robbers Face New Prosecution Indianola Earl Willis 17 and Joe Doyle Banning 19 both of Des Moines have been made subject to Iowa prosecution for bank robbery after they have finished serving federal sentences of 10 and 20 years respectively for the Carlisle Iowa bank rob bery last Nov 23 A Warren county grand jury Friday returned indictments against the two BEGIN TB FIGHT miniature xray film program part of Iowas fight against tuberculosis will be con ducted in all high schools in But ler county Jan 15 to 17 Schools will be visited at Greene Allison Clarksville and Parkersburg WHO NBC NETWOttK 1040 Kilocycles SATURDAY EVENING Dance Carn Sunset Frolic Life of Riley News Truth or Cons Judy Canova Roundup News Music Dance Frolic Bensons Orch Dance Party News Dance Jubilee Music News Jamboree Music SUNDAY JAN 13 Bible Bcase Quiz Pgm News 4TOO Symphony Story News Pilgrims Hour Music Christian Sc Bob Bums News Jack Benny Arrow Show Bandwagon News C McCarthy Amer Legion Fred Alien Radio League M G Round Church Serv Familiar Music Canary Show Don Ameche Corn Story Farkys Houndtable Austin Sco Roy Shield News Harv of Stars Billboard Cavallaro B J Palmer One Mans F Music Quiz Kids Old Fash Rev Officers Installed of the lo cal Eastern Star chapter were in staDed in a special public cere mony conducted by Mrs T W Halland the outgoing worthy matron as As sisting her were Mrs C A Sharp and Mrs C L Bolander as host esses Mrs G W Haight marshal Mrs T W Gilpin chaplain Miss Ruth Lund organist and Mrs A J Heiny reader LISTEN SUNDAY AT 4 P M WILL OPEN STORE soon as possession can be given Glenn Rilling of De corah who recently purchased J C McArthurs building in Calmar will open a farm implement bus iness there He was formerly con nected with the business in Spring Grove Minn Waukon and Fort Atkinson Short of Coal London Hampson was freed of charges that he stole 100 pounds of coal when he told the court we were so short of coal that we were burning our furniture My wife had already chopped up 3 chairs a chest of drawers and a chiffonier the glorious voice of Rise Stcvcus the romantic tenor of Carroll and Ted Malone as master of ceremonies on the CBS NETWORK ON YOUR DIAL BUST BETS ON KGLOCBS n Monroe The wit comedian Jack Paai iriuiiruc jjje Vj0iin virtuosity of bandleader Edj die South highlight the Monroe musicalvariety show Maestro Mon roe is featured soloist assisted by the Moon Maids Time Pm Competition between mothJ er and daughter for the lead in J stage play and for a husband leads to complications in Its a starring Herbert Marshall Mary Aster and Vanessa Brown p in The Finale to Schuberts 7th Sym phony and the Waltz from Gounods RomeL and Juliet are featured on the Symphonette concert under the dii reclion of Mishel Piastre Ic Hnllvwonrl P m Dark Mirror current iia is i IUIIJTTUVU screen will be presented on This Hollywood The original stars of the picture Lew Ayres and Oliviii De Havilland will do the broadcast version Rnclrottinll Pm Roosevelt high school ot Des JLUUUHM wuaivctuun roeets the Mason City Mohawks in a basketball til at Roosevelt field house Friday night Bud Suter airs a playbyplajli description of the game l SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS LeSSOn Dr FDierking pastor of the Pres byterian church in Mason City discusses The AuJj thority of Christ WallaceHickenloooer TTaiiace nicitemooper p m In the President Trumans report it Congress Henry Wallace former Secretary of Commerce and preseir editor of the New Republic and Senator Bourke Hickenlooper R discuss the question What is the State of the Union on E special Peoples Platform broadcast One Mans Opinion p m Money and Wealth Arent Synonymous is the title of this weeks commentary by W Earl Hall GlobeGazette managing editor In i he relates his subject to the current vicious cycle of wages auqj living costs N Y Philharmonic 2 p m Eugene List plays the ShosJ takovich Piano Concerto with the Newj York PhilharmonicSymphony on an ailRussian program conducted by Leopold Stokowski Tscbaikowskys Pathetique Symphony com pletes the program n fltfirm Pm An allrequest program is fea nuur or vnurm tured by phu Spitainys allgiri orchestra and chorus Evelyn plays To EachHis Own soprano Joanne singf Lo Hear the Gentle Lark and Eleanors piano solo is Chopin Polonaise in A Flat Ave Maria Tales from the Vienna Woods and Be Still My Heart are also included Hour pm Les Paulf guitarist and his instruments nuur rjo are guests on the Family Hour Rise Stev ens solos on Because and Stars In My Eyes Jimmy Carroll sing Donkey Serenade Honav Carmiehne 5 Pm Hoagy features Im Gettirv noagy varmicnaei Married in the His othei selections include Ill Get By No More Toujours LAmour Twc Sleepy People and For Sentimental Reasons Ifnta Cmifk Pm A1 Bernie latest comedy find of Kate ivuie Jiintii gmith and Tfid ComnS pays a return visit to Kate Smith Sings Assisting the singing star will be Jack Millers orches tra and Four Chicks and Chuck P m Dagwood finds 37 in a trash can and he and Mr Dithers argue over how to divide ths Spade Blondie spoils Blondie advertises for the evenually turns up 7 p m A clock that plays a Stradivarius cupies the attention of Sam Spade private deit iective when he takes on The Cremone Clock Caper A murdety and a mysterious disappearance send Sam on an actionpacked vestigation Si p m Justice can aflord to be blind i she has as clearvisioned an aide as Dr prdtji way the Crime Doctor who spots ina trice the flaw in a criminal I alibi j J 8 p m Witpianist Oscar Levant and acCjQrue Miss Duffy are ringside guests on Thei Campbell Room starring Hildegarde Levant tests repartee and Miss Gould appears in a special skit I p m Our hero 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