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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 8, 1947, Mason City, Iowa                                2 S City GlobeGuttle Muon City la BOY SCOUTS TO ATTEND CHURCH Observance of Scout Week Gets Under Way Activity in many fields of scout ing have begun in observance of the 37th anniversary of Boy Scout work in America The program for scout week in cluded attendance at church serv ices Sunday with pastors paying tribute to this great movement for boys At the First Methodist church in Mason City 2 Scouts will re ceive the Tor God and Country church award for first class scouts This award is given In recognition of service and leadership In church activities in addition to the troop program Scouts of troops 17 and 30 at Clear Lake will attend the serv ices at the Congregational church of whichDoctor E W Day is the pastor Monday night there will be a court of honor at Sheffield in which Scout Executive James Norfolk will present the rank of Eagle Scout to one of the Shef field boys Two Eagle awards will be made also by Mr Norfolk at a court of honor at Monroe junior high school in Mason City Wednesday night Other awards will be made by the leaders of the Mason City public and parochial schools Spe cial ceremonies will be included in the program as an added at traction for this scout week cele bration Monday afternoon at there will be a special broadcast over KGLO featuring Eagle Scout Hu bert White and Scoutmaster Bob Norton both of Mason City Many radio programs will salute this great youth organization as a part of their regular broadcasts throughout the week RECESS HEARING ON NATURAL GAS North Iowa Cities Are Involved in Expansion Kansas City federal power commission hearing on ap plications of 3 gas distributing companies to expand their facili ties has been adjourned until Mon day The adjournment came Friday after an agreement on a stipula tion regarding testimony of 21 in tervenors had been entered Attorneys for the intervenors which include 14 Iowa cities the Oliver corporation of Charles City Iowa and the Manufacturers as sociation of Centerrillc Iowa agreed that any testimony on present and potential consumption of natural gas by them would du plicate evidence previously heard The companies involved in the hearing are the MidConti nent Gas Transmission Company THE GOLDEN TEXT All the multitude rejoiced for all the glorious things that were done by ADVENTIST SeventhDay 1510 S Delaware W Roger HolJey pastor Services every Sat urday Sabbath school church serv ice 11 AWJANCE Gospel school worship message The Church and Controversy Youns peoples fellowship evangelistic service 8 message Doom At Noon Prayer and Bible study Wed iesday 8 Lowell L Young pastor ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1615 Delaware N E Sunday school worship C As service evening service 8 Midweek services Tuesday and Thursday 8 The Kcv C B Bell pastor BAPTIST at State The Hev Herbert Paul RumJord minister Sunday school worship Special music Jesus Light Eternal choir with rlisses Ruth Dougall and Rachelann Mc Farlin Sermon Life oX Abraham Lin coln An Eoitanyof the American Strug gle 6 young peoples fellowship Mrs Hurschel OBrien discussion leader St Rev B H Hunter pas or church school 11 worship 3 chool forum young peoples meet ng service at the 1st Christian church 4th and Adams N W The cora ined choir will render the music CATHOLIC St Joseph Sunday masses at 8 and Very Rev P J Behan head of the Mason City deanery the Rev A Hearing and the Rev Joseph A Krochcski Holy Family Second N W Sunday services 7 8 9 30 and 11 Mansignor R Murphy the Rev Robert Swift and the Hev Edward Riley officiating CHRISTIAN at 4th N W George O Marsh pastor Bible school worship The Christian His World Fel owshlp 5 senior and intermediate CYF union evangelistic service the Rev Benjamin H Hunter speaker Wednes day no fellowship dinner on account of crusade assembly in DCS Moines CHURCH OF CUEIST SCIENTIST at 3rd N W Sun day service at 11 Subject Spirit Sun day school 11 for pupils under 20 Wed nesday evening meeting 8 Reading room east wing of church week days 11 a m to 5 p m CONGREGATIONAL at 1st N Minister Roy C Helfenstein Church school worship subject God and Man in Partnership Pilgrim fellowship Social hour follows devotional service 3rd of union prcEaster services at 1st Chris tian church EPISCOPAL St N E at Pennsylvania The Rev c Burnett Whitehead rector holy communion 8 church school nurs ery and primary 11 choral eucharist 11 Mrs R E Patton organist will play the following at Ave Maria Schu bert and Reverie Sheppard The choir will sing The Eucharist Old Chant Mrs T J Kiesselbach will sing Ole The Lord is My Light The vestry will meet Monday evening at in the ference room EVANGELICAL N W and Adams F W Wendland pastor Sunday school 10 worship 11 youth fellowship 7 eve ing worship at 1st Christian church GREEK ORTHODOX At 1401 N Washington The Hev Fa ther Ambrose G Giannoukos Vespers and confessions every Saturday 7 Sun day Matins High mass Holy days Catechism for children 6 to every Friday JEHOVAHS WITNESSES Services at 1617 S Federal Watchtower study Unity and Peace Sunday p m LCTHEEAJf 4th and 5th streets on Delaware N E a m Sunday school At the first service Anthem by the junior choir Beautiful Savior The pastors sermon The Way to Sal vation Is Definitely Prescribed and Knowable At a m the 2nd serv ice The senior choir will sing How Precious Is the Book Divine At Wesley Methodist Church Dr Peterson Preaches LIFES GREATEST INCONSISTENCY SPIRITUALISM Maria Sprang Clarice Bowers How sweet are thy words unto my taste Yea sweeter than honey to my mouth Fsalm 1615 Delaware N E Sunday School A M Morning Worship A M G As P M Evening Service P M REV C B BELL Pastor a m and 1 p m the International Lu jieran hour C A Hinr pastor East State Sunday school a m Chief senIce 11 a m Sermon the Hev Walter H Kampen Bio Wls Gloria In Excelsis Deo by Mo zart OHertory solo Arise O Lord by HoMmelster Stanley Blvedal Sunday p m fellowship supper Monday I p m Brotherhood meeting ot the church torvin O Lee pastor Immanuel Lutheran and S Jersey Ernest A Bcrgeson pastor Sy nodical boys Sunday Sunday school a m Divine worship a m Ser mon Whats Wrong With American Youth St 6th S E Sunday school at a m Divine service at a m Sermon The Sword Girls chorus Task Ashford Lutheran welfare dinner Monday p m Oswald E G Mall pastor West 8 a m Sermon Careful Listeners Sunday school Our Heights Church school a m Worship service 11 a m Sermon The Mystery of Godliness Confirmation class at parsonage Luther league meeting in victory room 7 p m C Henry Anderson pastor Trinity Sunday school at Calvary chapel 1615 N Delaware at 9 a m Sun flay school at Trinity charch 508 S Pennsylvania at a m Badlo sermon iCGLO at a m Morning worship at the Palace theater at 11 Family festival under Luther league auspices at to p m Alvin N Eogness pastor METHODIST avenue at 2nd N W Lloyd A Gustafson D D minister church school worship service Sermon An Epitaph on Freedom Doc tor Gustafson Anthems The Lords Prayer ForsytheKraft Make Thy Spirit Through Me Shine Heissiger junior choir Solo Sweet Little Jesus Boy Mac Glmsey Mr Hobson Mrs Patchcn will play Prelude Melodique A Loeschhom Romance Sibelius Evensong Johnston and Festal March Henry Hackett 5 Youth Fellow ship and 14th S E Paul Arnold Peterson D D minister a m church school senior M Y F a m worship Mrs Carl H Carlson organist Lenten Meditation Schubert March Miniature Vibbard anthem Lincoln Prays Gaul incidental solo Miss Clarice Bowers Sermon Lifes GreatestInconsistency Doctor Peterson p m JuniorHi M Y F Junior M Y F evening worship Duet Palaces Barraclough Miss Maria Sprung and Miss Clarice Bowers Doctor Peterson preaches Spiritualism OPEN BIBLE Open Bible Carolina S E Sunday school a m Morning wor ship 11 Theme Watchman Young Peoples senice 7 p m Evangelistic service 8 p m Theme Elijah the Tish bite Tuesday and Thursday 8 p m Pastors the Hev Elbert Dougherty PBESBYTEEIAN at 9th N W Wilbur Frank Dierking minister Morning wor ship at 11 Sermon Mrs Hoy Servison will play March Maestoso by Barrel Andantlno by Mozart and Idylle by Weyl Mrs Kennlt Larson will sing The Ninety and Nine by Campion Church school at 10 a m for juniorintermediate and senior depart ments at llfor nursery beginners and primary departments Westminster Fel lowship at 7 p m parish house INTERDENOMINATIONAL Hope Gospel S Polk place Sunday school 10 Preaching 11 Mrs Charles Hills pastor Salvation S Federal Officer in charge Mnj K Davis Sunday school 10 a m Outpost 2 p m 1002 6th S W Young Peoples meetings in charge of Miss Arlene Moore and Thelma Young Evangelistic services Corps Cadets and Bible study Tuesday 7 p m Needle and Shuttle Womans Sewing club Thurs day afterndon 2 p m Prayer meeting Thursday p m Y P recruits Thurs day 4 p m Sunbeam Brigade Saturday 10 a m Junior Legion Saturday 10 a m The Y P L band will meet Tuesday p m The Salvation Army is launch ing a great Fighting Faith crusade The public Is invited to attend each service A Wirepholo HUBERT CRAIG and WILLIAM NICHOLSON Almost Jailed Innocent Man Detroit was a case of mistaken identity when Hubert Craig 22 was arrested more tlian a month ago on charges of robbing Samuel Kutchis ol at pistol point But Craig himself agreed Friday it was an understandable error hat Kutchis and another witness made in identifying him as the man vho held them up Confronted with William Nicholson another pris oner who admitted the theft Craig could only exclaim You look more like me than if you were my brother The mistake was discovered by Detroit Police Detectives Gary Lee and Ralph Manderano who found out about Nicholsons arrest on an other robbery charge and noted the resemblance between the 2 youths They said they told Nicholson that Craig faced a prison sentence and he then admitted the robbery Craig left the jail but in parting told his Youre a right guy to get me out ol this mess of St Paul Minn the Cities Serv ice Gas Company of Oklahoma City and the Northern Natural Gas Company of Omaha Nebr Iowa cities joining in Fridays action were Newton Dubuque Cresco Clarksville Chariton Wa verly Grinnell Vinton Independ ence Charles City Cedar Falls Orange City Decorah and Water loo The other intervenors were five Missouri cities The Gold Coast in British West Africa lies along the Gulf of Guinea for 334 miles RADIO CHAPEL C J Sentman Pastor a m The Holy Spirit in Acts Choir The Blessed Gospel p m Young Peoples Services p m The Hearts of the Bible Choir Ahove the Clouds Ladies Sextet YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THE EVANGELISTIC SERVICES THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Clear Lake Iowa FEBRUARY 9th to 23rd Gospel Singing Gospel Preaching Each Night House Gets Measure to Increase Salaries of Iowa Elective Officials Des Moines state officers would get substantial in creases in salary if a bill filed for introduction in the house Monday wins approval The secretary of state the state auditor treasurer and secretary o agriculture each would get a boost from to a year The attorney generals salary would be increased from to a year The measure was sponsored by Reps Harvey J Long RClinton and Carroll L Brown RRose This is the atest of several pro posals to increase salaries of public officials Among those already introduced in the house or senate are one to increase the govsrnors salary from to a year another to boost supreme court judges from to annually and third to increase the compensation of legislators from per ses sion to plus a expense allowance No action has been taken on any of them None of them couk become effective during the pres ent terms of the officers involved TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship II A M Palace Theater Rev Alvin N Rogness Pastor A Cordial Invitation to All RADIO BROADCAST KGLO A M COOPERATION AMONG PROTESTANT CHURCHES IS HERE Ten Churches Unite in a Series of TEN PREEASTER SUNDAY EVENING SERVICES January 26 to March 30 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Adams at Fourth St N W Time Sunday P M Speaker this week Dr Benjamin Hunter Rev Jordan Ray presiding Compromise Plan on Income Tax Will Face Legislators Proposal Will Favor Half Rate Except in Financial Emergency Des Moines plan to set le the income tax controversy in the Iowa legislature by placing collections on a permanent half rate basis except in case of finan cial emergency will be placed be ore the legislators when they re urn from the weekend recess Monday The plan was advanced Friday y Rep Edward J Morrissey R speaker protem of the house Morrissey said his proposal vill be inthe form of an amend ment to the senateapproved bill which would allow the 50 per cent ncome tax rate to continue this year but would return to the full rate next year Morrissey said his proposal calls for transfer of of the states surplus into the general fund The Morrissey explained would be considered as an emergency nest egg and if state income ever fell to a point where the nestegg would have to be used the income tax would be returned to the full rate The senate and house members also had a liquor tax bill to pro vide them food for thought over the weekend The senate previously passed a bill calling for an per cent boost in the sales tax on liquor the pro ceeds of which were to go to cities and towns for law enforcement The house struck out the tax fea ture and voted to increase the sale price of liquor and appropriate 5 per cent of gross profits on the sale of liquor The senate accepted the price increase methodof raising money but boosted the appropriation to 8 per cent of liquor per cent for the counties and 5 per cent for the cities and towns The senate also received another liquor bill which would give coun ties townships cities and towns the right to vote on whether liq uor should be sold within their communities The bill would no1 affect the sale of beer A measure passed and sent to the house included one which would require a municipal court to revoke immediately the liquor permit as well as the drivers li cense of any person convicted oi driving while intoxicated The permit could not be restored with out court approval Minnesota Michigan Mine Strike Averted Duluth Minn o 5 companies signing supplemental contract extensions further dis pelled the threat Saturday of work stoppages over disagreement o 1947 contract provisions for some 18000 iron ore miners in north ern Minnesota and Michigan The contracts expire Feb 15 ant strike notices were filed by Unitec Steel Workers Union CIO in the 2 states in anticipation of discord in signing new contracts to take effect on the expiration of the 1946 J A TJRNES PIONEER PASTOR SUCCUMBS AT 88 The Rev J A Urnes Served Many Charges has been receive here of the death of the Rev Jo hannes Ambjornsen Urnes 8E former pastor here funeral serv ices for whom will be held Mon day at 2 p m at the Bethel Luth eran church in Minneapolis Hi died at hospital in that city Thursday evening In 1914 Mr Urnes was a dele gate to the centennial in Norvva from the United Lutheran church of America Mr Urnes retired from the min istry a few years ago going t Minneapolis to make his home Ir the years since his retirement h had been active as a supply pasto in manychurches Clear Lake wa among the places where he serve as supply pastor Mr Urnes was born in low county Wisconsin Nov 20 1851 son of Ambjorn and Oline Mol land Urnes He was married i 1890 to Theokara Sulland wh died a few years aao For 5 years he attended Luthe college at Decorah and Northfiel seminary in Minnesota In 1901 he came to Osage an served as pastor until 1920 Surviving are a son Dr Mag nus Urnes of Chicago and daughters Mrs Elizabeth Green well Pensacola Pla Miss Ing Urnes Minneapolis Mrs Fre Ringham St Louis and Mrs Jac Rees St Paul He also leaves 1 grandchildren and a brother an a sister agreements Wages were the mair point of dispute More than 4000 workers wer affected by the latest supplement al agreement extensions signe Friday according to Henry A Burghammer district union di rector of Duluth MetalEating Prize Bull Dies Frceport 111 a prize bull which was treated recentl for a liver ailment and operated on to remove 2 pounds of assortc metal from his stomach was dead Saturday of an infected breastbone Veterinarian M E Boyer performed an autopsy Friday nlsht t determine the cause of Inkas death after the bull apparently wa recovering from his several ailments W T Rawleigh said the Holstein bull was worth Inka daughters were famous for the rich milk they produced Inka was the pride of Rawleighs experimental farm here unt recently when he appeared sadeyed and melancholy and his weigh dropped from 2000 to 1600 pounds Veterinarians using 3 detectors similar to those used during th war to find land mines on battlefields discovered the metal in Inka stomachs They also discovered the liver ailment and admimstere penicillin The operation to remove the metal performed 2 weeks ago pro duced nuts bolts wire stones and pebbles Inka improved immediate ly and was placed on a diet of hay Friday morning he appeared to be convalescing perfectly Frida night however attendants found him dead in his stall arm Leader Admits ity Boys Healthier Chicago UPJ A farm leader droitted Saturday that boys from e smokefilled city are healthier an their cornfed cousins from e farms Albert S Goss master of the ational Grange told a conven on of doctors that selective serv e figures disproved the long anding belief that country boys jivariably were strong and ealthy He said that 411 farm jys per hundred were rejected on edical grounds as compared with i rejections per hundred for the mntry as a whole In addition he said infant and aternal mortality is 25 to 30 per nt higher in rural communities Goss told the doctors gathered r the 2nd annual conference on jral health sponsored by the Medical association that e medical profession was at ast partly to blame for the situa n The cost of medical service has creased enormously he said jut the availability of service has econie poorer and poorer CGLOCBS Daily rogram Schedules Saturday P M Veterans Amendment Deadline 15 Once Upon a Tune CBS 43 Barbershop Harmonics Iowa Mil News of the Nation P G and E Postmark Mison City Mason City Chamber ot Commerce Vauffhan Monroes Orchestra Camel Clcarets CBS 00 Hollywood Sar Time General Mo tors CBS Mivor ot the Town Noxzcma CBS News Ned Calmer Parker Fens Your Hit Parade Lucky Strikes CBS Worlds Most Honored Music Lcsi llne Wlttnauer Watch Co This is Hollywood Camay Soap CBS 4B Talks CBS IH Evening News Koandup Na tional Bank Miller il Mason City vs West Waterloo Bas ketball Game 00 News CBS Eddie Howards Orchestra CBS Chuck Fosters Orchestra CBS News CBS Survivor of China Air Crashes Enroute Home Shanghai Roll Brand Preus injured pilot of one of the 3 airliners which crashed on Chinas Black Christmas has been flown to the United States lor surgical treatment it was announced Sat urday Preus was the only pilot to sur vive in the crashes in which 71 persons lost their lives His home is in Minneapolis Minn Airplanes Drop Feed to Pheasants Quail DCS Moines dropped from airplanes is helping Iowa pheasants and quail live through the winter the conservation corn mission has announced The commission said Friday that flyers using their own planes without charge to the commission are dropping shelled corn to the birds The corn is put in paper sacks and dropped in open areas where the feed spreads widely as the sacks hit the commission ex plained Pheasant fatalities from the se vere weather of the past week have been the highest in recent years the commission said Bank Employes Identify Mrs Dixon at Trial DCS Moines trial of Mrs Opal Dixon 35 accused of entering a bank with intent to rob has been adjourned until Monday morning Before court was adjourned Fri day afternoon for the weekend re cess 4 bank employes the first state witnesses identified Mrs Dixon as the woman who last Jan 22 entered the bank holding a syringe filled with a powder and threatened to blow up the bank unless a bank teller filled an en velope with money The state charges Mrs Dixon esj caped from the bank with She faces a mandatory life sen tence if convicted j Kitten Gets Laundered Oklahoma City at a laundry advertising we clean anything were surprised to find a kitten in one bundle of clothes But the laundry lived up to its slo gan and returned a clean kitttn a bright red bow around her neck home with the clothes Sunday 00 News 715 The Mariners CBS Sunday School Lesson Preview News CBS Chosen Peocle 130 Victorious People Chapel in the Sky 00 Bible Broadcast Radio Chapel Lutheran Gospel Hour News Warren Sweeney Curtis Candy Co CBS Singing Strings Trinity Lutheran Church Program Melody Parade Front Paje News Osco Druj Clau Church the Air CBS Old Fashioned Bevlval Hour The Rev Fuller News Milwaukee Road Clausen One Mans Opinion Mason City GlobeGazette Wilson Hour Wilson Co Heres to Ya Hires Co CBS New York Philharnvonic V S Rub bet Co CBS Hour ol Charm Electric Companies CBS The Family Hour Prudential Insur ance Co CBS The Shadow Balm Barr Hoary Carmichacl S i n i s Ludcns 1 Cough Drops CBS News o the Nation P G and E Kale Smith Sines Postnm CBS I Gene Autry Wrlgleys Gum CBS Blondie Colsate Co CBS Adventures ol Sam Spade Wildroot Co CBS Crime Doctor PhilipMorris Co CBS N c w s Ned Calmer Parker Pens CBS Campbell Room Starring IlJlde garde Campbell Soups CBS The Eddie Bracken Show Texas Co CBS lake It or Leave It Eversharp Co CBS Voice of Prophecy Inc Evening News Roundup Vance Music Co Clausen William L Shirer 3 B Williams Co CBS Back Home Hour Fort Wayne Temple CBS News CBS George Townes Orchestra CBS Charlie Spivaks Orchestra CBS News CBS BEST BETS ON KGLOCBS DIAL 1300 ij p m Rose Murphy sepis singer MOnrOe Pianist known on the west coast as the ChiChi girl shes editor heard her many times and comedian Garry Moore are guests on the Monroe show Vaughns vocal highlight is i 7 p m Ann Todd and Herbert Marshall costar The Letter n Sjhe Letter on Hollywood Star Time The story is a dramatic tale of love blackmail and murder in exotic Singapore D j 8 pm Dinah Shore makes her 3rd guest Hit pearance on Your Hit Parade Andy Russell is her singing partner and Mark Wamow conducts the Hit Parade orchestra p m Griegs Piano Concerto with Leonid ir Pnstnral TJnnnn bv Chami Hambb as soloist Pastoral Dance by Chami nade Polonaise from RimskyKorsakoffs Christmas Suite and s Faures Berceuse are included in the program of the Mishel Piastre conducting I J I Pm Brian Aherne Heather Angel anojj YV ICKed Lady Joan Loring play leading roles in Wicked Lady in its premiere radio performance on This Is Hollywood HeddftV Hopper is mistressofceremonies SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS c c i a m The Rev G A Sheils associate J J LeSSOI1jster of the First Methodist church of Mason speaks on The Christian Obligation to Share B AM D a m Return to What is thttj K6V A IN KOgneSS ReV4 xogness subject for this Sunday A person and a world must find the way back to God and Truth if the power we have shall be productive and creative yj s One Mans Opinion bring fbrary service to the half Iowas population not now served is the subject of the GlobeGa zette managing editors 15minute commentary library Service fo i Our Farm Citizens is the title if Monday News Farm Tips fi30 Farm Reporter State Brand Cream eries Inc Jensen Morning News Clausen Rise and Shine National Biscuit Co Tune Time Keep Time with Damons llolsum Headlines Holsum Bread Clausen Oklahoma Roundup CBS Today in Osafrc Bible Broadcast Radio Chape Clear Lake on the Air Romance of Evelyn Winter Man hattan Soap CBS Victorious Living Especially for You News Digest Jacob E Decker and Sons Miller Waltz Time Grand Slam Wonder Bread CBS Home Town News GlobeGazette Clausen Kate Smith Speaks General Foods CBS Spotlight On a Star Romance o Helen Trent American Home Products CBS Our Gal S mi day American Home Products CBS Dinner Time Review Noon Roundup Scars Roebuck Co ront Page News Osco Drug Hilton Meet the Band The Second Mrs Burton General Foods CBS The Friendlv Philosopher Marshall and Swift Mystery Melody Game Ruse of My Dreams Manhattan Soap CBS Arthur Godfrey Time CBS Winner Take All CBS House Party CBS 325 News National Biscuit Co Accents on Music Columbia School of the Air CBS Mailbag TV S I 0 I O p m A special Valentines Day medley is highlighted on Heres to Ya Phil Hanna sings Try a Little Tenderness and Louise Carlyle solos in Oh But I Do The Hires Hands offer Managua Nicaragua NV 2 Pm Arftu Rubenstein performs I rnimarmOniC the Cnopin E minor Piano Concerto Bruno Walter conducts the symphony in Beethovens Leonore Overture No 2 and the Strauss tone poem Death and Transfigura tion p m Phil Spitainy and the allgirl orchestra pay tribute to the memory of Thomas Edison The inventors daughter will be special guest and the program will consist of Edisons favorite music ij 4 p m Diana Lynn plays Warsaw Concerto nOUr as guest star on the Family Hour Rise Stevens chooses Masquerade and A Kiss in the Dark as her solos Jimmy Carroll sings The Spirit Flower p m Lamont Cranston wealthy socialite whose alter ego is the Shadow and Margo Lane head into another dangerous adventure in The Plot That Failed p m Kate Smith presents Peter Lorre in a special dramatic sketch on her Kate Smith Sings program Miss Smith features 4 top tunes supported by Jack Millers orchestra p m Dagwood and his boss Mr Dithers are not speaking after Dag refuses to do some night work Blondie Speaks for Her Husband and straightens the matter out C C A 7 Pm Sam harks back to his days as a prize 30m dpQue rjghter and recalls a time he narrowly escaped be ing knocked out for keeps in The Inside Story of Kid Spade 8 p m Donald Richards and David Wayne stars of Finians Rainbow are ringside guests The In comparable Hildegarde sings Glocca Morra hit tune from the show A p m When a veteran needs a home Eddie Bracken feels duty calling Complica tions arise when the vet a K9 war dog wins a raffle for a house Friendly Philosopher Friday begins next week Doug Sherwin will be heard as The Friendly Philosopher in 15minutes of homespun philosophizing The first airing touches on freak endurance contests such as flag pole sitting and dance marathons which enjoyed popularity m pre war days Every day the Friendly Philosopher features a thought for the day and an inspiring poem WEEKEND SPECIAL GUESTS V1 JiS WHO NBC NETWORK 1040 Kilocycles SATURDAY EVENING Frankic Sunset Frolic 700 News Truth or Cons Judy Canova Roundup News Music Dance Frolic Ray Benson Dance Party News Dance Jubilee Music News Jamboree Music SUNDAY Bible Bcast Quiz Pgm 800 News Symphony lt15 Story News Pilgrims Ilr Music Cb Sc Pgm News Arrow Show News Am Legion Radio League Ch Services Canary Show Corn Story Rtnimltnble Roy ShirW Harv of Stars Cavallarn 1 Mans Fam Quiz Kids Bob Burns Jack Benny Bandwagon Chas McCarthy Fred Allen MGoRnd Fam Music Don Amcchc Paritys Aus Scotleld News Billboard Music Housing Pcm Old Fash Rev PETER LORRE fjuesl 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