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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1947, Mason City, Iowa Jan 18 1947 MMBB City GlobeGazette Mason City la Masoni City Churches THE GOLDEN TEXT Praise ye Jehovah for Jehovah is ADVENTIST S Delaware W Rog er Holley pastor Services every Satur day Sabbath school church serv ice 11 ALLIANCE Gospel school worship message by the Rev C J Mason district superintendent guest minister Young people 7 evangelistic service 8 message by the Rev C J Mason Annual meeting Monday j m message by the Rev C J Mason Prayer and Bible study Wednesday 8 ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1615 Delaware N E Sunday school worship C service evening service 8 midweek serv ices Tuesday and Thursday 8 The Rev C B Bell pastor BAPTIST St 6th S W The Rev B H Hunter minister Sunday will be youths day with Mr Coates in charge Jfcs W B Martin supervisor and pian ist church school 11 worship young peoples choir B T U The Bev B F Parker president 8 worship CATHOLIC St Joseph Sunday masses at 8 9 and The Very Bev P J Behan head of the Mason City deanery the Rev A Heuring and the Rev Joseph A Krocheski Holy N W Sunday serv ices 1 8 9 10 and 11 Monsignor H P Murphy the Rev Robert Swiit and the Rev Edward Hiey officiating CHRISTIAN at 4th N W George O Marsh pastor Bible school worship The Christian Where and How Does He Function Anthem Hear My Prayer by James S senior and inter mediate CYF Wednesday fellowship dinner CIITJBCH OF CHKIST SCIENTIST at 3rd N W Sun day service at 11 Subject Life Sun day school 11 for pupils under 20 Wed nesday evening meeting 8 Beading room east wing of church week days 11 a m to 5 p m CONGREGATIONAL at Jst N E Minister Roy C Helfensteln Director of music Mrs B Raymond Weston organist Mrs James Z Stinehart Church school worship subject The Four Major Emphasis of Our Church Youth Pilgrim Fellowship EPISCOPAL St N E at Pennsylvania TheRev C Burnett Whitehead rector Holy Communion 8 church school and 11 morning prayer 11 organ pre lude Mrs R E Patton organist sermon ToAll the World solo Spirit of God Neiaiinger Mrs T J Kiesscl bach anthem Let My Complaint Come Before Thee J Christopher Marks EVANGELICAL N W at Adams F W Wendland pastor Sunday school 10 worship 21 Member of our Youth Fel lowship will participate in the Vesper service at Union Memorial Methodist church at 5 p m GREEK ORTHODOX At 3401 N Washington The Bev Fa ther Ambrose G Glannoukos Vespers and confessions every Saturday 7 Sun day Matins High mass Holy days 93D a m Catechism for children 6 to every Friday LUTHERAN 4th and 5th on Delaware N E Sunday school 1st service anthem by Jr choir Jesus Shepherd ofthe Sheep sermon Our Children for Jesus senior choir anthem Beautiful Savior 2nd service and 1 International Lutheran hour C A Hinz pastor E State Sunday school chief service 11 anthem Built on a Bock by Christiansen offertory an them Children of the Heavenly King by PJeyel junior choir sermon Lights in the Darkness Sunday evening Luther league at church Monday evening 8 brotherhood at church Marvin O Lee pastor S Jersey Ernest A Bergeson pastor 2nd Sunday after Epiphany Sunday school divine worship sermon How Jesus Won Men Board of deacons meets following worship service Ottr school at a m Worship service 11 a m Sermon Jesus in Our Homes Confirmation class at the parsonage at a m The adjourned session of the annual meeting of the congregation will be con tinued after the morning service C Henry Anderson pastor St 6th S E Sunday school at a m Divine service at a m Sermon How Jesus Reveals His Glory Girls chorus The Lord Is My Shepherd by Montgomery Oswald E G Mall pastor u n d a y school at Calvary chapel 1615 N Delaware at 9 a m Sunday school at Trinity church 508 S Pennt at a m Radio broadcast at TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship 11 A M Palace Theater Rev Alvin N Rogness Pastor A Cordial Invitation to All RADIO BROADCAST KGLO A M For the rctges of sin is death but the lilt of God is eternal life throuch Jesus Christ our Lord Somms 1615 Delaware N E Sunday A M Morning Worship A M C Service P M Evening P M REV C B BELL Pastor a in Morning worship at the Pal ace theater at 11 a m Junior Luther league at p m Annual congrega tional meeting Tuesday at p m Al vin N Rogness pastor METHODIST Washington at 2nd N W Lloyd A Gustafson D D minister church school worship service Sermon Our Highway Strategy An them Incline Thine Ear Ippolitotf Ivanotf and Evening Prayer from Hansel and Grctcl Humperdindc Junior choir Mrs Patchcn will play Erotik Grieg Morning Grieg To a Wild Rose MacDowell Triumphal March Grieg 5 youth fellowship Union Memorial G10 4th N E Jordan Ray pastor Church school at a m Morning worship at 11 a m The first in the series of fellowship services will be Sunday at 5 p m The Kev F W Wendland pastor of Grace Evangelical church will give the sermon Subject The Authority of Jesus The Evangeli cal church choir will furnish the music Union Memorial choir will also sing se lections Service open to the public The Womans Society of Christian Service will meet in study class Wednesday at p m at the home of Mrs Carrie N Heeler 1324 North Jersey i Pennsylvania and 14Ui St S E Paul Arnold Peterson D D minister church school senior It Y J worship Mrs Carl H Carlson organist Calm as the Night Bohm Postlude Rinck Anthem indifference Poteat Dr Peterson preaches Worse Than Cal vary JuniorHi M Y F Junior M Y F evening worship The Life of Charles Spurgeon by Dr Peterson Piano solo by Miss Kathleen Dlhlmann NAZARENE Church of the 331 West State Sunday school a m Morn ing worship a m Prepraycr service p m Young peoples serv ice 7 p m Evangelistic service 8 p m Midweek service Wednesday 8 p m Everett O Davis pastor OPEN BIBLE Open 1702 Carolina S E Sun day school a m Morning worship 11 a m Theme The Ever Present Christ Young peoples service 7 p m Evangelistic service a p m Tuesday and Thursday 8 p m prayer and Bible study Pastor the Hev Elbert Dough erty PRESBYTERIAN Washington at 9th N W Wilbur FranJc Clerking minister Morning wor ship at 11 Sermon Eat This Scroll Mrs Roy Servison will play Temple March and Alia Marcia by Kern and Chanson by Relff Mrs Harold Wolfe will be guest soloist Church school for junior intermediate and senior depart ments at 10 oclock for nursery begin ners and primary at 11 Westminster fel lowship at 7 at the parish house Ilope Gospel 624 S polk place Sunday school 20 Preaching 11 Mrs Charles Hills pastor Salvation 510 South Federal Officer In charge Major K Davis Sunday school 10 a m citadel Sunday school 2 p m outpost Holiness meeting 11 a m Young meeting in charge of Miss Arlene Moore and Thelma Young Evangelistic services S p m Corps cadet and Bible study class Tues day 7 and 8 p m Needle and Shuttle sewing class Thursday 2 p m Prayer meeting Thursday p m Junior band practice Friday 7 p m Junior Le gion and Sunbeam Brigade Saturday 10 a m Aldens Inc Acquire Store in Bloormngton Chicago of Breeden and company of Bloom ington Ind by Aldens Inc as the 8th unit in its retail chain op eration has been announced by Robert W Jackson Aldens presi dent The Bloomington store which does an annual business volume of approximately 5500000 was purchased for an undisclosed cash price Other Aldens retail outlets are located in Kankakee and De catur 111 Mason City Iowa where Aldens acquired the Mer sel store and Iowa City Iowa Terre Haute Ind Irving Park and Elmwood Park in the Chicago area The new store including 3 floors and a basement comprises 13000 square feet A Stern former merchandise manager of the Aldens Kanka see store has been appointed manager of the new store which as Breeden and company was owned and operated for 47 years jy Carl Breeden Mr Breeden re tired upon transfer of the prop erty Many terrestial animals such as irogs salamanders and certain insects spend part of their life cycle under water Wesley Methodist Church Dr Peterson Preaches WORSE THAN CALVABY Life of Charles Spurgeon ALLIANCE Tabernacle GIG N Delaware LOWELL YOUNG Fistor Sunday 9 A M 8 P M Monday P M REV C J MASON District Superintendent Guest Minister A Warm Welcome Awaits Ton RADIO CHAPEL CARL J SENTMAN Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES a Broadcast A School a Christians Greatest Joy p Peoples Services p Birds of the Scriptures 3 Antarctic Explorers Return to Home in Little America EDITORS NOTE United Press Staff Correspondent H D Quiff was In the party of 11 men from the Byrd expedition who reached Little America and found it almost buried under 6 years of Antarctic snow In the following dispatch he describes the trek across the ice to the American outpost at the bot tom of the world By H D QUIGG United Press Staff Correspondent tittle America UR Eleven weary Antarctic explorers nursed unexpected weather burns Saturday after a 6hour 6mile trek to the land of frozen fantasy America For 3 of the group it was like a visit home for as members of the last Byrd Antarctic expedition they lived there for 2 years They rummaged through their former America like school boys remembering and reminiscing For the other 8 including this correspondent it was like a glimpse into another world where seals danced across the snow where aloof penguins stood like statues where sky and snow met in an indeterminable horizon For the 8 neophytes the trek through the snow and ice and the visit to the old Byrd quarters was an adventure never to be forgot ten But Saturday morning they and their companions paid nature for the experience Although iiie Ant arctic sky was a sullen greyish blanket during the trip the Polar wind seared and blistered their skins as no tropic sun ever could Starting out from the icebreak er Northwind Friday at a m the 24hour Antarctic day is dull and made our way afoot and by ski over the treacherous crevasses and cracks of Eoss sea and established a beachhead on the mainland From there on it was a tiring tingling uphill trek to Little miles away As we forged across the Antarctic wastes we could see giant seals skimming across the distant white hills and Emperor penguins standing mo tionless against the gray Polar sky like welldressed men of distinc tion at a formal dinner party We reached Little America m around noon and found the huts and towers of the home base of the 1941 expedition almost buried in the Antarctic snows But build ing ventilators smoke flues and radio antenna poles were still in view Under the instructions of Paul A Siple of Arlington Va a vet eran of the 1941 expedition we burrowed 3 feet into the snow and found a shaft leading down to an icy but still recognizable Pompeii As we moved through the un derground rooms of our Polar ghost town we spied remnants of the unused provisions of the 1941 expedition frozen hams and chickens hanging on a wall a for lorn looking advertisement for Love Affair a movie with Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer and a strangely nonyellow copy of the Oklahoma City Times proclaim ing the 3rdterm election of the late President Roosevelt in No vember 1940 On the way back we came across a huge ridge of ice border ing the mainland This corre spondent suggested naming it Dickinson Ridge after his William B Dickinson Jr the day bureau manager in the United Press New York office The rest of the party laughingly agreed WINS FIGHT OVER POLIO her first steps alone since she was 2 little Maureen Egan 5 leaves the hands of her nurse to walk to the waiting arms of Dr George Deaver in New Yorks Bellevue hospital Two months of treatment by Dr Deaver have worked wonders in restoring the use of the childs limbs paralyzed by polio myelitis The demonstration was part of drive to raise funds for the institution Radio and Radar Flying Aids Could Have Cut Crashes 25 House Commerce Group to Ask Why Devices Were Not Put in Use Washington UR Radio and radar flying aids now being ap plied to civil aviation could have prevented nearly 25 per cent of last years crashes Civil Aeronau tics Administrator T P Wright estimated Saturday Why these aids were not in use is one of the questions the house commerce committee will want answered during the air safety in vestigation it will begin next Wednesday We are particularly interested said Chairman Charles A Wolver ton R N J in knowing not only the cause of accidents but wheth er the great developments in avia tion during the war have been made available to the airlines and to the government Wright attempted to supply some of the answers in a 2hour press conference He acknowledged there was a tremendous contro versy involving conflicting army navy and CAA views on how to combat bad weather landing haz ards He denied frequent claims that CAA has delayed adapting radar to commercial use He said CAA was not in on the secret of radar until mid1945 and wants more experience before permittingair line use He referred to the ground con trolled approach system which soon will be tested commercially at Washington New York and Chicago The army which had long wartime experience with the device used it Thursday night to bring in 2 civilian planes for emergency landings at Mitchell Field N Y claiming it probably saved the 22 lives involved GCA is the standard army and navy landing system Wright said his agency approves GCA as a supplementary device to its own instrument landing sys tem ELS which now is installed at 31 airports but is not being used yet in any passenger operations The ILS involves transmission of radio signals to a receiver in a plane showing a pilot his posi tion in relation to the runway Wright explained there have been equipment shortages training problems and other factors which iave prevented use of ILS to date A 3rd device known as teleran which combines radar and televi sion to give pilots a picture of all traffic around a weatheredinair port will not be ready for use to any appreciable extent for 5 years he said Cafe Owner Offers Aid on Income Tax Returns La Junta Colo at the Snappy Snack cafe will have added incentive to eat there until March 15 New Owner Richard F Jacob 15 years with tho internal revenue department is offering to help his guests with their income tax re turns In Alaska native men are small native bears and wolves large Investigate Plans to Enlarge Seat Capacity ofFieldhouseatSUI Iowa City subcommit tee prepared Saturday to investi gate plans for enlarging the seat ing capacity of the Iowa field by one third The subcommittee investigation was authorized Friday at a meet ing of the grounds and buildings committee of the University of Iowa athletic control board The fieldhouse now seats 14000 and tenative proposals are said to in clude erection of a third tier of seats above the basketball court and enlarged bleacher sections at both ends Professor Karl Leib chairman of the athletic board said a report on estimated costs of construction would be prepared for a Feb 3 meeting of the board F G Hig bee of the engineering college was named chairman o ftlie subcom mittee E G Schroeder director of athletics said prospects for com pleting the projects are en couraging Cedar Falls Woman Faces Federal Charge Des Moines John son 53 of Cedar Falls Iowa was scheduled to leave here Saturday in custody of Deputy TJ S Mar shal Virgil Lekin for Sioux City where she will face a federal charge of using the mails to de fraud Mrs Johnson was arrested here Jan 10 by postal inspectors A hearing on her return to Sioux City was conducted Friday before U S Commissioner Vernon W Sigler Mrs Johnson has been accused of inserting a newspaper want ad advertising black walnut meats for sale at 5 pounds for when she had no nut meats and did not plan to fill the orders Postal in spectors said she had received about 100 checks 13 money orders and 5 letters containing cash MrsCRWoodford Rites 3 PM Sunday Clear services for Mrs C R Woodford 80 401 N 4th street who died at a Mason City hospital Friday morning will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 at Wards funeral home Doctor Ed ward W Day pastor of the First Congregational church will con duct the service followed by bur ial in Clear Lake cemetery The body will lie in state at the fu neral home from 7 to 9 oclock Sat urday evening and from 10 oclock Sunday morning until time for the services Thieves Get Council Bluffs were looking Saturday for safe crack ers who Friday night looted the safe of the Eagles club here of 51500 in cash Police said addi tional loot taken boosted the total loss to 18 Bills Up on Succession to Presidency By JAMES MARLOW Washington some presidentelect of the United States died before he could be sworn in as president Would the nation then be in the same fix as Georgia when its gov ernorelect Eugene Talmadge died before becoming governor No The Georgia state constitution is not clear on what happens when the governorelect dies Because it was going into details madges son Herman and the re tiring governor Ellis Arnall now both claim to be governor This country for a long time was in that same kind of position The constitution didnt say what to do if a presidentelect died But that might some day have caused dangerous con cleared up in 1933 when the 20th amendment to the constitution was approved This amendment says that if a presidentelect dies before he can take office then the vice president elect will become president President Truman who was vice president at the time of President Roosevelts death in office became president If he should die in office then the secretary of Gen eral George C become president If in turn the secretary of state succeeded to the presidency and then died the secretary of the treasury would become president And so on down through the other members of the cabinet This line of succession was laid down in an act of congress passed in 1886 people object to it on these grounds The members of the like the secretary of been appointed by the president not elected by the people So if a secretary of state became president he would be a man whom the people had not chosen So far 9 bills have been intro duced in the senate and 9 in the house to do something about the presidency Here are some of those in the house and what they propose Limit the term of the president to 6 years with no reelection limit the presidential term to no more than 8 years or 2 terms and elect 3 vice presidents to help the president If the president died the first vice president would be president If that man died the 3rd vice president would be come president Here are some of those in the senate and what they propose Limit the president to no more than 2 4year terms limit him to 1 6year term elect the president vice president and members of the house and senate for 6 year terms all at the same time Kansas City Star Paper Misses Publication First Time Because of Strike Kansas City Mo D Bond special international un ion representative arrived here Saturday from St Louis to direct a strike which forced the Kansas City Star to miss publication for the first time in the newspapers history Bond represents the internation al printing and pressmen and as sistants union which is seeking recognition as bargaining agent for contract carriers who distribute the paper to newstands and subscribers A full staff of reporters vas on duty Saturday but the composing room of the plant remained blacked out as AFL pressmen and linotype operators refused to cross picket lines set up by the striking carriers Afternoon editions of the Star Kansas Citys lone daily paper failed to appear Friday and the Times the Stars morning edition fell victim to the strike It appeared certain that the paper would not be printed Saturday Death Toll Is 7 in California Rail Wreck Bakersficld Cal of passengers on the Los Angeles bound Southern Pacific Owl which cracked up Friday swarmed here Saturday to identify the dead and comfort the injured Three of the 7 persons killed remained unidentified The speed ing train was thrown off the track by a broken rail at Ledro 15 miles northwest of here strewing wreck age for half a mile along the road bed and rolling up the rails Sixteen of the 94 injured still werp iii Bakersfield hospitals SEEK RED IN TORTUREDEATH ExMarine Seen With Woman Before Slaying Los Angeles trail of 2 dozen boy friends accumulated across the country by beautiful Elizabeth Short the Black Dahlia led Saturday to a red baired exmarine who police said was the number one suspect in her mutilation murder The handsome youth was seen with the 22 year old former movie extra in San Diego Cal a week before she was strung up mide and tortured to death probably by a jealouslymaddened suitor It was also at San Diego that police first came across her nick name Black Dahlia which they learned was given her by friends because of her passion for sheer black dresses and her startling black hair Officers said that on Jan 8 the day Miss Short left San Diego she received a telegram from Hunt ington Park near Los Angeles reading Wait and Ill be down for you It was signed Red Alex Constance 44 year old Hollywood hair stylist who said he dressed the murdered girls hair and sometimes took her out said she had told him she was afraid of the marine but was afraid to turn down dates with him Because he was so jealous Constance said he once saw the man come to Elizabeths apart ment driving a dark colored 1937 sedan Residents near the lovers lane where Miss Shorts hacked and severed body scrubbed clean and fitted together was found Wednes day reported seeing an old black sedan stop at the curb Scarcity of Sharks Threatening Nations Supply of Vitamin A Washington James M Lemon chief of the technical branch of the Fish and Wildlife Service said Saturday a scarcity of sharks is threatening the na tions supply of vitamin A Truth of the matter is Lemon told a reporter our sources of supply for vitamin A are drying this is a vitamin that has not yet successfully been synthe sized The most potent source is the liver of the soupfin shark which either because of overfishing or being chased away from its habi tat off the west coast has almost disappeared Hannegan Plans to Stay Washington IP Postmaster General Robert E Hannegan has told friends in congress he plans to stay on as democratic national chairman for the time being WHO NBC NETWORK 1040 Kilocycles SATUKDAT EVENING Life of Hiley News Truth or Judy Canova Houndup News IMOsic Dance Frolic Bensons Orch Dance Party News Dance Jubilee Music News Jamboree Music Sunset Frolic SUXDAX JAN 39 Bible Bcast Quiz Fgm News Symphony Story News Pilgrims Hour Music Christian Sc Bob Burns News Jade Benny Arrow Show Bandwagon News McCarthy Amer Legion Fred AZIen Radio League MyGoRnd Church Serv Pam Music Canary Show Don Ameche Com Storv Parkys Roundtable Austin Scld Hoy Shield News Han of Billboard Cavallaro Wings of Song One Mans F Amer United Quiz Kids Old Fash Hev Ed Archie Gardner AND CHARLIE BARNET FOR CfiMEL CIGARETTES BEST BETS ON KOLOCB3 Saturday Evening Highlights IVing p m Charlie Barnet saxophone maestro plays Night and Day as guest on the Vaughn Monroe Show Also guesting is Archie Gardl ner who will do a comedy sketch Vocals by the Moon Maids quintej J p 7 p m A radio adaptation of the IVOoney June Moon will be heard on Hollywooia Star Time with Mickey Rooney in the star dole Herbert Marshall host on the program p m When Marillys visiting sister GuinSl WUCKOOS rail ivere shakes the family tree out fall an sortment of cuckoos on Mayor of the Town starring Lionel 915 Pm Ginger Rogers who is curiJ rentiy starring in the historical film hili The Magnificent Doll will recreate her role of Dolly Madison of the 4th U S president when the picture is given its world radivj premiere on This Is Hollywood p m A playbyplay account of the cag1 battle between Big 7 conference leaders West WE terloo and Mason City will be presented from Waterloo on a delayeJJ broadcast by Bud Suter and Stan Torgesen Sunday Highlights jl am The one program outside of reguXI Dirrnuay ar newscasts which is celebrating its 10th aty niversary with KGLO this week is the Sunday School Lesson Fril view launched the first Sunday after KGLO went on the air rJ January 1937 under auspices of the Cerro Gordo Council of tian Education and which has continued every Sunday morning simtf1 except on a couple of occasions when because other emergencies it was compelled to relinquish its time Mrs G L Thome of Cletj Lake has been the guiding hand behind this weekly presentation J the International Sunday School Lesson and during the 10 years hal presented guests on the program who came all the way from pines of Alaska to the palms of Florida One time as many as SI youngsters of a Vacation Bible school took part in the program Oil that first Sunday as on each anniversary since Mrs J H of Mason City has previewed the lesson And she will do it agajl Sunday morning Lesson subject The Stewardship of God a m The Rev Alvin Rogness have for his subject The New Mastery I the Trinity Lutheran Hour The local pastor will develop the that he who would be master must be servant of all Pm fts Time to Yawning is EOT nail SUbj9Ct Of the GlobeGazette editors One Mans Opinion He will discuss the factor of public indifferent to the high rate of slaughter on the nations highways 2 p m The New York PhilharmonicSyn phony is divided between Bach and Wagnej with Bach compositions predominating Leopold Stokowski conductf fknrm Pm Opening the show Phil Spitalu Vnarm his augiri orchestra and choir preserj a medley from Jerome Kerns Show Boat Evelyns violin solo I Drdlas familiar Souvenir and Eleanor pianist plays Chopin Etude in A Flat Cnmilu Hntii 4 p m Jack Smith for 5 years featured tenol family nuur on this program returns to sing Negra Leonof by Fernandez Rise Stevens star of the program sings the cheerfi CiriBiriBin and A Dream Al Goodman conducts the orchestr and Ted Malone is host 5 Pm Hit songs Past Present are offi nOuyy Jings by Hoagy Carmichael on his popular songshop style program Pm Kate Smith will appear a JITIirn Jings costar with Edward G Robinson in a original radio drama about one of todays vexing delinquency Jack Miller and his 40 piece orchestra will supjlj mood music and along with Four Chicks and a Chuck wji accompany Kate in her medley of songs p m J C Dithers Dags boss hires an efficien expert with the idea of proving pagwood incompetent but before Blondie finishes with the expert Dithers is hanging on his own job by the skin of his teeth O i p m The keen mind of Dr Crime Doctor solves an intriguing murdt case A crooks belief that he has committed the perfect crime is i by Ordway 8 p m British comedienne Florence Desmoml Josef Marais and Miranda singers of folksong from the South African veldt and Harpist Robert Maxwell are ring side seats on The Campbell Hildegarde J4 Tnllre Monday p m B J Drummoncif isrummunu I HIKS jjason cjtybusiness man and Bible stuyj dent will address the KGLO Forum audience The Forgotten vestor JTI KGLOCBS DAILY PROGRAM SCHEDULED Saturday P M Sports Camera Columbia Workshop CBS Larry Lesueur and the News CBS News of the Nation P G and E Hilton Postmark Mason City Mason City Chamber of Commerce Vaughn Monroes Orchestra Carnal Ciratcts CBS Hollywood Star time General Mo tors CBS Mayor of the Town Noizema CBS News Ned Calmtr Parker Pens CBS Tour Hit Parade L u c V y Strikes CBS Worlds Most HonorcS Music Lon glnc Wittnaucr Watch Co This Is Hollywood Camay Soap CBS Talks CBS Evening News Roundup V a n c c Music Co Mason City vs West Waterloo Bas ketball Game Johnny Longs Orchestra CBS Don Bestors Orchestra CBS News CBS Sunday News The Mariners CBS Sunday School Lesson Preview News CBS Chosen People Victorious Living Chapel in the Sky Bible Broadcast Radio Chapel Lutheran Gospel Hour News Warren Sweeney Curtis Co CBS Singing Strings Trinity Lutheran Church Program Melody Parade Front Page News Osco Druff Clan Salt Lake City Choir CBS Old Fashioned Revival Hour The Rev Fuller Time for Reason CBS Howard K Smith CBS Wilson Hour Wilson and Co News Milwaukee Road Clausen Onr Mans Opinion W Earl Hall New York Philharmonic U S Rub ber Co CBS Hour of Charm Electric Companies CBS The Family Hour Prudential Insur ance Co CBS The Shadow Balm Barr Jfoafcy Carmiehael Slnps Ladeny Conph Drops CBS News of the Nation P G and E Kate Smith Sings Postum CBS Gene Autry Wrlgleys Gum CBS Blondic Colgate Co CBS Adventures of Sam Spade Co CBS News Ned Calmer Parker Pen CBS Campbell Room Starring Hilde jartJe Campbell Soups CBS i The Eddie Bracken Show T c A Co CBS I Take It or Leave It Eversharp Cofi CBS r Voice of Prophecy Inc u Evening News Roundup First Nan tional Bank Clausen r William L Shirer J B Williams Co CBS Back Home Hour Fort Wayne Temple News CBS George Townes Orchestra CBS Charlie Spivaks Orchestra CBS News CBS Monday News Farm Tips Farm Reporter Slate Brand Cream eries Inc Jensen Morning News Miller Morning News Roundup CBS Tune Time Keep Time with Damons Holsum leadlines Ublsum Bread Clausen Oklahoma Roundup CBS Today in Osage Bible Broadcast Radio Chapel r Clear Lake on the Air Romance of Evelyn Winter Man hattan Soap CBS Victorious Living Especially for You News Digest Jacob E Decktr and Sons Clausen I Waltz Time J Grand Slam Wonder Berad CBS Home Town News GJobeGazeito Clausen Kate Smith Speaks General Foods CBS Mystery Melody Game j Romance of Helen Trent American Home Prod nets CBS Our Gal Sunday American Home Products CBS Dinner Time Review j Noon Roundup Sears Roebuck J Front Page News Osco Drugs HH ton Meet the Band The Second Mrs Barton Genera1 Foods CBS MailbaR Rose of My Dreams Manbattai Soap CBS Arthur Godfrey Time CBS Winner Tafee All CBS House Party CBS News National Biscuit Company Accent on Music Colombia School of the Air CBS 7 Treasury BandsUmd CBS
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