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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette February 15, 1947

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 15, 1947, Mason City, Iowa 2 Feb 15 1947 Mason Cilj GlobeGuelte City Marshall Not Talking About ImminentWar By J M ROBERTS JR AP Foreign Affairs Analyst When Secretary Marshall re Vorted to the senate foreign rela lions committee that the world is in a very critical condition he wasnt breaking what you would call a startling bit of news But although the secretary is a military man and therefore might be expected to think along mili tary lines there is no reason to believe he was talking about im minent war There is sufficient trouble with out that although it lurks con stantly in the background for the future There are cases when a patients condition becomes critical merely because a cure for his ills is not found or because he fails to re spond to treatment That is the worlds state today Progress to ward solution of its major prob lems has been small since the shooting stopped Marshall possibly had China much on his mind having just come from there China is on the brink of economic and political collapse The general could well have been thinking what would happen if Russia took over the Chinese communists and tried to step into the vast void which would be left by disruption of the imposed on everything difficulty of obtaining the coop eration of soviet Russia for peace General Marshall is well awar that when he goes to Moscow nex month he will be stepping Into on of the most complicated situations with which a man was ever askei to deal The best informed people havi no idea that Russia intends l precipitate a war in the near fu ture They believe her intention are just the opposite Nanking government Even if China is subjected only to political collapse and a civil war it would provide a crisis for a world so un settled as this one The situation of Great Britain internally torn politically suffer ing grievous outward wounds and struggling economically would be in itself sufficient grounds for the secretarys statement Prospects for continued unrest in India even a searing civil war which might tie up with a holy war in the middle east the in ability to get Europe started again a certain tendency toward totalitarianism in Latin America the uncertainty of the atomic fu these and more probably were in Marshalls mind And there is of course the one continuing crisis which is super DRIVER JAILED ON DRUNK COUNT Truck Falls 60 Feet On to Railroad Tracks Charles jail here Sat urday awaiting arraignment was Frank Duffy of Hutchinson Kans charged with drunken driving who lost control of his paneled truck which roiled down a 60 foot embankment and landed on the railroad track Thursday after noon His only injuries were bruises and cuts about the head Apparently headed west from Charles City upon reaching the top of the Milwaukee viaduct Duffy lost control of the car and rjin off the grade between the guard rails and the east side of the bridge His truck rolled over sev eral times and landed on top o the tracks just north of the bridge Carl Stoeckcr who lives on the fox ranch near the viaduct hap pened to look ont of a window in his home just at the time the truck SUGAR CASE TO SUPREME COURT OPA Says Fate of Entire Ration Setup at Stake Washington fP Government attorneys polished up twicere jected legal arguments Saturday for a 3rd time in the supreme beat off a chal lenge to OPAs method of allocat ing sugar to Industrial users The OPA contending its whole rationing1 program is at British Are Winning in Coal Battle London appeare Saturday to be slowly winning he critical peacetime battle of th TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship J1 A M Palace Theater Rev Alyin N Kogness Pastor A Cordial Invitation to All KADIO BROADCAST KGLO A M started rolling down Just before that he had heard a train coming and seeing the plight of the trucl he ran up the tracks south and flagged the train Duffy had got out of the vehicle and was headed down the track in a dazed condition In the mean time Mrs Stoecker had called the sheriffs office who called the Milwaukee depot where the train that was soon due to leave was held The freight train crew and Stoecker had to lift the truck off the rail in order that the train could proceed Deputy Sheriff K C McCartney had called an ambulance before leaving for the accident Duffy hafl gotten on the highway and stopped a truck for a lift to town where they met the ambulance He was taken to the Cedar Valley hospital and treated McCartney then went to the hospital took Duffy to the county jail and filed an information in justice court charging him with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated stake announced it will seek a supreme court review by March 4 of an adverse U S court of ap peals ruling in a suit brought by the Moberly Milk company The opinion sustained a decision landed down last week byDistrict Fudge F Dickinson Letts invali dating the agencys historical use formula for granting sugar o bulk sweetened condensed milk producers Thus far OPA said its ration ng program is unaffected by the ourt skirmishes The system lands pat at least until March 4 and perhaps beyond Government attorneys say fil ng the request for a review saves he until thesupreme curt disposes of the case They lad no estimate of how Ion that vill take Meanwhile there is a possibility ongress may step in and settle the rationing program before the supreme court acts Under the 2nd war powers act rationing ends March 31 OPA officials have said that if con gress agrees to extend sugar ra tioning it may be asked to take the program from under the mo bilization and reconversion act The MoberIy firm contends the historical use formula violates this act by discriminating against the milk company Wesley Methodist Church IS Dr Peterson Preaches LIVING BY THE CLOCK THE FOTJBSQUAHE GOSPEL By Amee Semple McPherson Piano Clayburg lye LES REED MUSIC CO By M E RYAN Well what started out look ing like a dull week ahead for you record fans has certainly turned out much the opposite New discs by Dinah Shore the King Cole Trio Eddy Howard The Merry Macs and many o t h e r s Oh yes the new nation al scourge OPEN THE DOOR RICHARD is here Platters by The Three Flames and The Merry Macs really go to worfe on poor Richard Highlights of all the newest releases are found in the new albums Pianist Johnny Guaruieri goes after the 88 very tastefully in a collection including Be yond The Moon My Gal Sal Temptation Stars Fell On Alabama Flying Home and Believe It Beloved A very nice addition to your collection of piano albums Woody Her man and his Woodchoppers cut up nicely with an album in cluding among the total of eight titles such tunes as Igor Steps and the more lamiliar I Surrender Dear Then that truly terrific Tommy Dorsey fella breaks loose with collection of his All Time lits Opus No 1 Hawaiian War Chant Boogie Woogie and Embraceable You are only four of the eight sides in his swell package Very nice timing by some ody I wonder brings some swell music and a won derful movie together at this time We mean of course Til The Clouds Roll By now a the Cecil The picture bubbles over with the best of Jerome Kerns music Well the coin ciclence is that a new album of J Ks music has just been re leased and the tunes A Fine Romance Smoke Gets In Eyes Look For The Silver Lining Who She Didnt Say Yesv The Touch Of Your Hand All The Things You Are and The Way You Look Tonight are capably performed by Johnny Mercer Martha Til ton King Cole Trio Margaret Whiting Pied Pipers Peggy Lee Hal Derwin Clark Dennis and Paul jWeston Wow And All in one package too Well before closing we musnt neglect the youngsters Heres a childrens album about which we can become as en thusiastic as that of Bozo At The Circus If your child doesnt have this one its our fault for having neglected to mention Anyway SONGS FOR LITTLE FOLKS is a collection of child rhymes set to the music of the more familiar light classic se lections For example My Little Toy Boat is set to the music adapted from Barca rolle So in addition to being wonderful entertainment for the kiddies it is a fundamental step in musical appraciation Thats about all for here now If you need more help give us a call at the store phone 715 Well be seeing the Les Reed Music Co 1Q8 North Delaware Buffaloes Escape From Archers Bow to Guns Kawlins Wyo 3000 persons who ivatched 3 buffaloes elude a cloud of flying arrows fired at close range by paleface archers marvelled Saturday that The Indians ever managed to eat meat Only 4 of the 30 arrows even lit the animals as they charged ihrough an arena in Wyomings big buffalo hunt Each of the archers standing about 50 yards away was given 1 shot All of which proves said the lawlins Chamber of Commerce sponsors of the hunt that hu tane societies were wrong when ey said it would be an sportsmanlike slaughter The archers had buffalo meat on the table Saturday but only because the contest rules provided that any buffalo still living after the hunt would be killed by rifle bullets The only actual kill attributed to the archers resulted from a wild arrow It killed a cow in the main herd of buffalo which every one had thought was far enough away from the arena to be out of danger power stations A government spokesman sal cautiously There are signs th we have turned the corner a trains and ships loaded with coa broke an icy blockade to ease th fuel famine that has shut down thousands of factories and reduce the consumption of electricity in millions of homes since Monday Officials emphasized however that no date yet was in sight fo lifting the government ban on do mestic use of electricity for hours daily in all England Scot land and Wales and the total em bargo on industrial use in 38 Eng lish and Welsh counties Whileshivering Britons hoped for a break in the freezing weath er that has prevailed for most o the last 5 weeks these were th principal developments in the all out struggle to get coal to the na tions power plants 1 More than a quarter of a million miners and railwaymen volunteered to work Sunday to dig and transport coal Even darin the war the majqrity of miners didnt work Sundays 2 The special coal cabinet headed by Prime Ministr Attlee reported that shipment of coal by sea was nearly back to last falls level Rail shipments were up too 3 The restriction on the use of household electricity was re duced to hours for Sunday to allow more time for Sunday cook ing The 5hour ban will be in effect again Monday however 4 The coal cabinet deferred until Monday action on its warn ing that gas may have to be stopped for all nonessential in dustries in Britain 5 The authoritative Financial Times said its survey of industries disclosed that production losses of between S80000000and 000 would result from the first weeks embargo on factory elec tricity and that such losses would grow each week the stoppage con tinued RADIO CHAPEL Carl J Sentman Pastor a m KGLO Bible Broadcast B m Youiig Peoples Services p m Holy Spirit in Revelation Choir and Sextet And the peace of God which passeth all understanding shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesds Phil Assntthht 1615 Delaware N E Sunday School A M Morning Worship A M C As Service P M Evening Service P M REV C B BELL Pastor Cost of Living Rise Halted in MidJanuary Washington labor de partment reported Saturday that a 10month rise in the cost of liv ing was halted in midJanuary Nevertheless it said the con sumer price index on Jan 15 was still 18 per cent above the level of Jan 15 1946 and 2Jper cent above that of June 1920 the post world war I peak The department said the price index dropped slightly between Dec 15 and Jan 15 chiefly be cause of a 1 per cent drop in food prices This was more than enough to offset slight increases for other retail goods and services BLUE TO ACT ON TAX BILL MONDAY Delayed Decision May Raise Legality Question Des Moines Robert D Blue has announced he will wait until Monday to take action on the income tax bill passed by the legislature and it appeared that the governors de cision might raise questions oi legality on any action he may take then Under the law the governor has 3 days exclusive of Sundays and days when the legislature is not in session in which to sign or bill passed by the legis legislature passed the in come tax bill Monday and 2 members of the attorney generals staff have said they interpreted the law as setting the deadline or action by the governor as midnight Friday The governor however takes the position that iince the legislature adjourned on friday noon for the weekend Friday and Saturday count as days when the legislature is not in session The bill passed by the legisla ure provides for continuing the lalf rate income tax this year and eturning to the full rate in 1948 nd thereafter The tax study conn mittee and the governor had fa making the half rate per with the state executive ie empowered to increase KGLOCBS Doily Program Schedules Saturday P M Washlnston CBS Once Upon a Time CBS Barbershop Hxrraoulea Mu tual of the Nation G and Miller Postmark Maioii Clly Mason City Chamber of Commerce Vaucban Monroes Orchestra Camel CJrarets CBS Hollywood Star Time General Mo tors CBS Mayor of the Town Noxzema CBS News Ted Calmer Parker Fens CBS Your Ult Parade Lucky S t r 1 k o I C8S Worlds Most Honored Music Lon tlne Witlnauer Watch Co This Is Hollywood Camay Soap CBS Talks CBS Evening News Roundup Vance Music Co Miller Sports Camera Dance Time News CBS Eddie Howards Orchestra CBS Chuck Fosters Orchestra CBS News CBS Sunday mmitre he rate if a crisis arose in state lances Opposition to the governor vhich favored returning the tax ate to the full amount at once almost certainly wDl contend that ince the governor did not act on ie bill by midnight Friday night ie bill has become law regard ess of what the governor does bout it now 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 Candy Co CBS Singing Strings Trinity Lutheran Church Program Melody Parade Front Pare News Oico Drur Clau sen Church ol the Air CBS Old Rev Fashioned Fuller Revival Hour The Official Says Blow on lead Killed Iowa Man Carroll official who eclined use of his name said Fri ay afternoon that a blow on the ead from an assailant caused the eath of Charles Bellinghausen 3 whose body was found at his ome here last Thursday An autopsy was performed by r J Lawrence Cochran county oroner who said death was not aused by natural causes but de ined to amplify further Bellinghausers body was found i his cabin where dishes and fur ture were smashed a table over irned and broken and a general sarray which indicated police aid that Bellinghausen died dur g a struggle News Milwaukee Road Clausen One Mans Opinion Mason City GlobeGazette Wilson Hour Wilson Co Heres to 1a Ilirei Co CBS New Tork Philharmonic U S Bub ber Co CBS Hour ot Charm Electric Companies CBS The Family Hour Prudential Insur ance Co CBS The Shadow Balm Barr Hoajy Carmichael Sings Ludens Coueh Drops CBS News of the Nation P C E Kate Smith Sings 1ostum CBS Gene Aotry Wrijleys Gum CBS Blondle I c Co CBS Adventures of Sam Spade Wildroot Co CBS Crime Doctor FhllinMorrls Co CBS News Ned Calmer Parker Fens CBS Campbell Room Starring Bilde rarde Campbell Soups CBS The Eddie Bracken Shaw Texas Co CBS Take It or Leave It Eversharp Co CBS Voice or Prophecy Inc Evening News RoundupFirst Na tional Bank Clausen William L Shirer J B Williams Co CSS Back Home Hour Fort Wayne Temple CBS News CBS George Townes Orchestra CBS Charlie Spivakj Orchestra CBS News CBS HARDWARE MEN ELECT SHUPE Jacobson ReElected SecretaryTreasurer Stanley Shupe of Clarion re tiring vice president was elected president of the Iowa Betail Hardware association at its final session at Hotel Savery Friday in Des Moines Harry Osborn Bloomfield mem ber of the directory board was named vice president and Philip R Jacobson Mason City was re elected secretarytreasurer K B Schlotfcldt DeWitt re tiring president was elected to the advisory board H S Young Osage was elected to the direc tory board and Ralph B Swanson Odeboldt was elected a new di rector The hardware men in a resolu tion adopted Friday called on Des Moines to expedite the planning and construction of the proposed new Memorial Coliseum at the earliest possible time The resolution said the present Coliseum is of an obsolete na ture and rather unfit as a show place or as a building the public could be proudof Another resolution urged con gress to abandon the federal ex cise tax on necessities such as gas and electric ranges and water heaters It charged the tax is discriminatory inasmuch as it is not assessed on washing ma chines vacuum cleaners and many other appliances lowan Escapes Injury in Gasoline Explosion Cedar Rapids B Kerby of Cedar Rapids escaped unhurt Triday afternoon when flames en veloped his gasoline truck follow ing an explosion at a bulk storage plant here Kerby was atop the truck with a hose loading the tanker when the explosion occurred The truck was almost full when there was an explosion Kerby said It blew my hat off but didnt hurt me Cause of the explosion was un determined BEST BETS ON EULOC8S Vaughn Monroe p m Comedian Jimmy Duranle j and pianist Skitch Henderson are guests f of maestro Monroe Durante is expected to sing one of his novelty songs and Henderson plays a piano specialty Pm Hollywood Star Time presents Gary uranr Grant Herbert Marshall and Marguerite Chap man in Talk of the Town1 story of a smalltown lawyer dominated by a crooked town boss if p m Almost too late the Mayor realizes that if he buys his secretary a pretty Valentine he has to remember Marilly too Lionel Barrymore plays the title role in Mayor of the Town IJff Pgfgjg Pm Dinah Shore concludes her triumphant inaugural guest star engagement on Your Parade Andy Russells next guest star will be announced Monday More than half of the inhabi nts of the state of Kentucky are ngaged in agriculture MSLSOO City Churches THE GOLDEN TEXT the villages teaching Jesus went about all the cities and preaching and Matt services Union PreEaster Sunday Evening TEN CHURCHES COOPERATING FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Adams at Fourth Northwest Fourth in the Series This Sunday CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MENS CHORUS Rev Wilbur F Dierking Speaker Gospel school a m Morning worship a m Message The Limits of Liberty Young people fellowship 7 p m Miss Fern Dresbach missionary to the North American In dians White Earth Minn ivill be th guest speaker Evangelistic service 8 p m Message Home Sweet Home Prayer and Bible study Wednesday a 8 p m ADVENIISI S Delaware W Roger Holley pastor Services every Sat urday Sabbath school Church sen ice 11 ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1613 Delaware N E Sunday school Worship C As service Evening service S Midweek services Tuesday and Thursday 8 The Rev C 3 Bell pastor BAPTIST St Rev B H Hunter pas tor Sunday will be youth day at the church Church school 11 a m Worship with the junior deacons in charge Music by the junior choir Mrs W B Martin supervisor Young peoples meeting 8 p m Worship serv ice Special music CATHOLIC St masses at 8 9 and The Very Rev P J Behan head of the Mason City deanerv the Rev A Heuring and the Rev Joseph A Kro cheski Holy N W Sunday services 7 s s 10 and 1 Monsignor R P Murphy the Rev Robert Swift and the Rev Edward Riley officiating CHBIST1AN at 4th N W George O Marsh pastor Bible school Worship The Christian His Church1 a Senior and Intermediate CYF Union Evangelistic service W F Dierk ing speaker Wednesday National Brotherhod dinner Department ot com munity and world service presenting the program CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST at 3rd N W Sun ly service at 11 Subject Soul Sun day school 11 for pupils under 20 Wed nesday evening meeting 8 Reading room east wing of church Week days 11 a mto 5 p m EPISCOPAL St N E at Pennsylvania The Rev C Burnett Whitehcad rector Holy Communion S a m Church school and nursery classes 11 a m Morning prayer 11 a m Organ prelude Mrs R E Patton organist The rector will present the new marriage canons enacted by the lastgeneral convention Sermon Our Father Anthem Sweet Is Thy Mercy Barnby EVANGELICAL N W and Adams F W Wendland pastor Sunday school 10 a rri Worship service 11 a m Sermon by the Rev R H Aubrand D S Youth fellowship 7 p m GREEK ORTHODOX At 1401 N Washington The Rev Father Ambros G Giannoukos Vespers and confessions every Saturday 7 Sun day Matins High mass Holy days Catechism ior children G to every Friday JEHOVAHS WITNESSES Jehovahs at 1617 South Federal Watchtoiver study Mar riage Sunday LUTHERAN 4th and 5th on Delaware N E At a m Sunday chool At the first service Junior choir anthem Jesus Shepherd ot the Sheep Pastors sermon Christian Faith Manifests Itself At a m the second service The senior choir sings The Lords Prayer by Lowden At a m and 1 p m the Inter national Lutheran Hour C A Hinz pastor East State Sunday school a m Chief service 11 a mAn tiicm When Peace Like a River At tcndeth My Way by BHss Offertory violin solo Angels Serenade by Braga IMis Patricia Maynard Sermon The Christ Conquers Our Blindness Wednesday evening n m service Holy Communion Marvin O Lee pastor and Jersey S E Ernest A Bergeson pastor Quinquagesima Sunday Sunday school a m Di vine worship JO30 a m Sermon We Would See Jesus The annual Luther league fellowship service at p m Theme Christ is Able Ash Wednes day Holy Communion service at p m Communion address Why Ob serve Lent Anthem God So Loved the world Our Heights Sunday1 service 11 a m Sermon The Prelude to Lent Sunday school a m Con firmation class meets at the parsonage at C Henry Anderson pastor St 6th St S E Sunday school a m Divine service at a m Sermon The World For a Life Girls chorus How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings A church service at p m by the senior league Oswald E G Mall pastor school Calvary chapel 1615 N Delaware at 9 a m Sunday school at Trinity church 508 S Penn sylvania at a m KGLO sermon broadcast a m Morning worship at the Palace theater at 11 Junior luther league at p m First midweek Lenten senice Wednesday at p m Alvin N Rogness pastor METHODIST at 2nd N W Lloyd A Gustsfson D D minister Church school 1Q45 Worship service and reception of members Sermon Yes I Live Here Doctor Gustafson Anthems Now Let Every Tongue Adore Thee Bach and Hark the Voice of Jesus Calling Mozart junior choir Mrs Patchen will play Andante Cantabile Widor Cavatina Raff Andante Ba tiste and Allegro Maestoso Du Bois 3 Reception of members and Baptism oi children and adults 5 Youth fellowship Union 4th N E Jordan Say pastor Church school at a m Morning worship at ll The Rev George O Marsh of the First Christian church of this city will speak for us at Union Memorial church Sim Pm Subject The Worlds Chief Cmien Dr Marsh will bring a soloist singer from his church Union Memorial singers will also be on pro gram This is the 3rd in the series of fellowship services by pastors and the churches of Mason City and 14th S E Paul Arnold Peterson D D minister Church school senior M V F Worship Mrs Carl H Carlson organist Benediction in D Wely Sluck Anthem God So Loved the World Stainer Dr Peterson preaches Living by the Clock JuniorHf V t F Jr M Y F Eve ning worship Piano solo To An Eve ning Star Tannhauser William Clay burg The Foursquare Gospel by Amee Semple McPherson reviewed by Dr Peterson CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 331 W State Sunday school wor ship and Communion prcprayer ervice young people 7 evangelistic ervice 8 midweek service Wednesday 5 Evert O Davis pastor OPEN BIBLE 1702 Carolina S E Sunday school 11 theme Its the Little Foxes That Spoil the Vines young people 7 evangelistic service 8 theme The Seven Wills of God Tuesday and Thursday p m prayer and Bible study Blbert Dougherty pastor FRESBYTERIAN at 9th N Wilbur Frank Dicrking minister Worship 11 ermon Univcrsals or Particulars Mrs loy Servison will play Pastorale oy icarlatti Bourec bv Bach and Largo ay Handel Mrs Kermit Larson will sing When Children Pray by Senner Church cnool at 10 for junior intermediate and eniors at 11 for nursery beginners and rimary Westminster fellowship 7 al arish house INTERDENOMINATIONAL Hope Gospel S Polk place imday school 10 Preaching n Mrs Charles Hills pait News Farm Tips Farm fieporttr Slate Brand Cream eries Inc Jensen Morning Clausen fiiae atid Shine National Biscuit Co Tune Time Keep Time with TJimons Headlines Holsum Bread Clausen Oklahoma Roundup CBS Today in Osagre Bible Broadcast Radio Chapel Clear Lake on the Air Romance of Evelyn Winter Man hattan Soap CBS Victorious Living Especially lor You News Direst Jacob E Decker and Sons fttlJIer Waltz Time Granfl Slam Wonder Bread CBS Home Town News Globe Gazette Clausen Kate Smith Speaks General Foods CBS Spotlight on a Star Romance ot Utlen Trent Americap Home Products CBS Our Ga Sunday American Home Products CBS Dinner Time Review J3t Noon Roundup Sears Roebuck Co Hit f Symphonette pro gram are the final movement from Beethoven Symphony No 2 the waltz from Valverdes opera La Gran Via and a Nocturne by ChopinGlazounow Mishel Piastre conducts p m Playing one of the most dif ficult roles in her career Ann Todd enact the role of a mute in the murdermystery The Spiral Staircase George Brent is heard in his original film role SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS a m Dr B H Hunter pastor of the SI Johns Baptist church of Mason City speak on Jesus the Light of the World j a m The Rev Alvin N Rogness subject if Spiral Staircase C C Front Hilton Pace News Osco Dray Meet the Band The Second Mrs Barton General Foods CBS The Friendly Phillsopher Marshall and Swift Mystery Melody Game Rose of My Dreams Manhattan Soap CBS Arthur Godfrey Time CBS Winner Take AH CBS House Party CBS News National Biscuit Co Accents on Music Columbia School of the Air CBS Mailbag WHO NBC NETWORK 1040 Kilocycle SATURDAY EVENING Fkie Masters Sunset Frolic Life of Riiey News Truth or Cons JO30 Judy Canova Roundun News Music Dance Frolic Ray Bqnon Dance Frolic News Dance Jubilee Music News Jamboree Music SUNDA3T Bible Bcast Symphony Jvews Story Pilgrims Hr Ch Sci Pern News Arrow Show News Am Legion Radio League Ch Senices Canary Show Com Story Roundtable Roy Shield Harv of Stars Cavallaro 1 Mans Faffl News Music Bob Burns Jack Benny Bandwagon Chas McCarthy Where Strength Is Frail In Christ and the Cross thr world confronts the truth that strength is not always clothed in tha which is big or impressive Churrk Air n am old Trinity church in Newlfe ur rne York commemorates its 250th sary in a special sermon by the Rev Dr Frederic S Fleming The Salt Lake Tabernacle Choir moves to a m beginning next Sun day W Earl Hall Pm Lets Give Our Crippled Children Korl nwll a Break outlining the provisions and purposes of a bill now before the Iowa legislature is the subject of the quarter hour commentary by the GlobeGazettes managing editor if LJare in v p m A Caribbean cruise medley featuring riere Weekend in Havana Caribbean Clipper Moon Over Miami and Trade Winds provides the musical pat tern Phil Hanna sings the popular Wiffenpoof Song Roathnvane 7fU 2 Pm Walter and the New York UCCinUTCCI s Itn philharmonicSymphony highlight Beethov ens Seventh Symphony in A major The program also includes a Faust overture by Wagner and Brahms variations on a Haydn theme p m Evelyns violin solo is Hejre Kati Soprano Joanne sings By the Waters of Minnetonka and cotralto Gloria sings Deep River The choir features The Lost Chord 4 p m Harpist Robert Maxwell is guest star offering a Minuet by Wieniawski Rise Stevens sings the Cherie Waltz and Rachmaninoffs In the Silence of the Night The ensemble features Offenbachs Barcarolle Hour of Charm Pflt OBrien Kate Smiths guest is Pat OBrien w viicii wj0 Wju jje heard nan original comedy sketch Jack Millers orchestra and Four Chicks and Chuck will accom pany Kate in her medley of song hits Blondie p m Dag gels confi ed over his wedding anni wiunum versary date and is forced to have 2 parties for Blondies Anniversary Celebration 7 p m The wrong kind of cutting takes place in a movie cutting room and Sam Spade finds an unusual murder mystery on his hands Sam Spade Quiz Kids Fred Allen MGoRnd Fam Music Don Ameche Parkys Aus Scofield News Billboard Music Housing Old Fash Fgm Doctor P m A S1011 crooks who own a vwviui prizefighter take matters into their own hands when the pugilist refuses to throw a fight Dr Ordway intervenes to prove again that crime doesnt pay Hiidegarde Campbell Room 8 p m Lauritz Melchoir of the Met and tune detectivecomposer Sigmund Spaeth visit the Starring Hiidegarde Bm Barring sunspots earthquakes and P0rtaltoportal suits the Eddie Bracken Show will tell the story of Eddies quest for a home for an honor ably discharged canine war hero originally announced for last Sun day WEEKEND SPECIAL GUESTS FOR CAMEL CIGARETTES LAURITZ MELCHIOR sncst ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: February 15, 1947

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