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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 22, 1947, Mason City, Iowa I 2 Feb 22 184 nion City GlobeCuelle Mason Cllj Favor Local Option for Liquor Store DCS Moines senators voted the dry force Thursday in overwhelming pas sage of the bill to restrict bee sales Friday proposed that the op eration of stateowned liquo stores in Iowa be made subje to local option election They drafted their proposal a a substitute amendment to th judiciary committee bill whic would legalize sale of liquor by th drink This measure has beer scheduled as a special order o business in the senate at a m Tuesday The liquorbythedrink bi also has attached an amendmen which would allow all cities an towns to decide by local optio whether liquor and wine could b sold over the bar The new amendment would no permit a vote on sale by the drinl but would authorize elections t determine whether liquor coul be sold in state stores or banne entirely It was drafted by Senators J F Miller Earl C Fishbaujfh Jr RShenandoah K E Benson Har len Foster RMt Pleasant K W Zastrow EChartes City A E Augustine DOskaloosa and K B Hawkins The senate beer bill which would allow city councils to1 de c i d e whether tavern permits should be issued and forbids th sale of beer where food is servec was passed by the senate Thurs day 3317 The house Friday made a similar biE a special order fo next Wednesday but by that timi dry leaders are expected to sub stitute the senate approved bill fo the house measure PrizeWinning Dog Good for Show But Not for Protection Evanston III Alfred Holm was out airing her prize winning Haushund Sweetheart when a car pulled up alongside and a man carrying a revolver stepped out He ordered Mrs Holm to remove her fur coat which she valued at and a ring she said was worth Then he stepped intp the car and drove away Sweetheart didnt emit a single bark Abandon Efforts to Recover 53 Bodies Bogota Colombia workers said Saturday they had abandoned further efforts to re cover bodies of the 53 persons killed in the crash of a DC4 plane last Saturday because of the danger involved So far only 22 bodies of which 19 have been identified have been removed from El Tablazo cliff northwest of Bogota TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship 11 A M Palace Theater Rev Alvin N Rogness Pastor A Cordial Invitation to All KADIO BROADCAST KGLO A M RADIO CHAPEL Carl J Sentman Pastor a m KGLO Bible Broadcast a m Bible School am Put Off and Put On Choir How Firm a Foundation p m Iiivewires and Friendship Club p m The One Condition of Salvation Choir Oh Happy Day Sextet Friday p m Hour of Power Rev Jacob Bernheim of the Hebrew Christian Alliance Mission THE GOLDEN TEXT I am the good shepherd and 1 know Mine own and Mine own know ADVEXT1ST S Delaware W Rog er llollcy pastor SenIces every Satur day Sabbath school Church servict 11 ALLIANCE Gospcl school worship message The Church ani Its Marriages Young peoples felloxvshi 7 Evangelistic service 8 Prayer prais and Bible study Wednesday 8 Lowell Young pastor ASSEMBLV Of GOD 3615 Delaware N E Sunday school worship C As service Evening service g midweek services Tuesday and Thursday 8 C B Bell pas tor BAPTIST State The Rev Herbert Paul Rumlord minister Mrs Earl Ehlers organist 9 Sunday school xvorship sermon To the Unknoxvn God Special music The Magneti Christ choir G young peoples fellow ship Miss Ivy Morris discussion leader SI Rev B H Hunter pas tor church school 11 worship ice young peoples meeting 8 cvc rtlng worship senior choir in speda music CATHOLIC St masses at 8 and The Very Rev P J Behan head of the Mason City deanery th Rev A Heuring and the Rev Joseph A Krocheski Holy K W Sunday s ices 7 8 9 10 and 11 Monsignor R P Murphy the Rev Robert Swift and th Rev Edward Riley officiating CHRISTIAN at 4th N W George O Marsh pastor Sunday day of compas sion Bible school compassion of feringJ worship The Christian His youth zone meet ing union evangelistic service Fred Wendland Grace Evangelical church speaker coaching assem bly for census takers First Congrega tiortal church fellow ship dinner The Crusade for a Christian World CONGREGATIONAL at 1st N E Minister Roy C Helfnestein D Acting music director Bruce Chilson organist Mrs J times E Stinehart Sunday school worship subject Enlisting fo Christ Youth Pilgrim fellowship 5th of series of 10 union preEaster evangelistic services at First Christian church at CHURCH OF CUBIST SCIENTIST at 3rd N W Sun day service 11 subject Mind Sunday school II for pupils under 20 Wednesday evening meeting 8 Reading room eas wing of church Week days II a m to 5 p m EPISCOPAL St N E at Penn The lev C Burnett Whitehead rector Holy Communion 8 church school 13 morn ng prayer 11 organ prelude Mrs will play Morning Prelude Cummings and Romance Sheppard ermon Our Father first of a series n the Lords prayer Solo Malottes Lords Prayer Mrs T J Kissclhach tnthem Bless the Lord O My Soul vanof The Inquirers class which is an jpen study hour on the church 4 Sunday afternoon EVANGELICAL N W and W Vendland pastor Sunday school 20 ll sermon Faithful Sayings venins services at First Christian church t GREEK ORTHODOX At 1401 N Washington The Rev Fa icr Arnbros G Giannoukos Vespers and onfessions every Saturday 7 Sunday latins High mass Holy days 30 Catechism for children 6 to Friday LUTHERAN 4th and 5th on elaware N E Sunday school st service anthem by Jr choir Holy od We Praise Thy sermon We iristians Are Ambassadors for Christ 2nd service anthem by senior choir Oh Savior of the World b Goss At and 1 International Li theran Hour Wednesday evening 1st Lenten service C A Hinz pastor E StateSunday schoo 945 chief service 11 anthem God S Loved the World by Stainer offertory Beautiful Saviour by Riegger junto chqjr sermon Why the Patches Sun day evening Luther league Marvir O Lee pastor and S Jersey Ernest A Bergeson pastor First Sunday in Len Sunday school divine worship sermon Two Rebukes Midweek Len ten service Wednesday at sermon Gaming the Kingdom of God W 9 sermon As Lent Begins Sunday school Our Heights Chur school and Bible class at xvorship 11 sermon The Lonely Christ Con firmation class at parsonage Luther league 7 social hour following C Henry Anderson pastor St 6th S E Sunday schoo divine service sermon Th Church junior choir Savior When i Dust to Thee A religious film will b shown at Sunday Lenten servic Wednesday at 8 sermon The Agony Gethsemane Oswald E G Mall pastor school at Calvary 161 N Delaware 9 at Trinity church 508 s Penn KGLO radio broadcast morning worship at Palace theater 11 Ushers committees Luther leagu supper and program Alvin N Rog ness pastor METHODIST at 2nd N W Lloy A Gustafson D D minister church school worship service sermon O Young and Tearless Prophet the Rev George Shells Anthems Cheru bim Song Bortniansky That Swee Story of Old Arr Bradbury junlo choir Mrs Patchen will play Adagi Sostenuto Beethoven Song Withou Words Felix Mendelssohn Berceuse Bruce Steane March Abernathy 5 youth fellowship Union 4th N E Jord Ray pastor Church school wor ship 11The 4th In the series of felloxv ship services at 4 p m Doctor Roy C Helfenstein of the First church will speak on Education the AUy of Religion Hubert Cabell will sing solos Union Memorial choir will als sing The womans society of Christian service will meet in stewardship studs class Wednesday at at the home o Mrs Maud M Brewton 530 4th N E Miss Madelyn Walls Is the teacher at 14th S E Fai Arnold Peterson D D minister church school Sr MYF worship Mrs Carl H Carlson organist All Hai Thou Dwelling1 Gounod Opu 76 Schumann Anthem In the Night Cain A United Impact by Marlon Clayburg Helen Wood Harriet Percy Leslie James and Charles Anderson JrHi MYF Jr MYF eve ning worship soloist Maxine Pirie God Shall Wipe Away All Tears Cara Roma The Life of Grace Noll Crowell CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 331 W State Sunday school wor ship preprayer service youn jeoples service 7 evangelistic service t midweek service Wednesday 8 Evert O Davis pastor OPEN BIBLE 3702 Carolina S E Sunday school 945 worship ll young peoples service 7 evangelistic service 8 Tuesday and rhursday8 prayer and Bible study Elbert Dougherty pastor INTERDENOMINATIONAL Hope Gospel S Polk place Sunday school 10 Preaching 11 Mrs Charles Hills pastor Kadio J Sentman pastor KGLO daily Bible broadcast 10 Bible chool 11 worship sermon Put Off nd Put On choir How Firm oundation 7 young peoples service evangelistic service sermon The One ondiuon of Salvation choir Oh Hap y Day ladles sextet Friday 8 Hour Power with the Rev Jacob Bernheim eld secretary for the Hebrew Christian UHance mission speaking es Moines Woman Is rdered Out of Home Chicago AHeman 0 year old blonde truck driver om Des Moiues has been placed n 6 months probation and or ered to leave the home of Irving ogoff his wife and 6 children Judge Joseph B Hermes Friday ntered a suspended fine of n condition that Miss AHeman appeared in womens court n a charge of disorderly conduct eturn to Iowa Rogoff said he brought Miss Uleman to his home 4 weeks ago o help keep house and take care f the children He said she be ame troublesome and objected rhen he asked her to leave Miss Alleman told the court he my sweetheart but now hes red of me She said she and drs Rogoff who didnt mind at 11 were good friends Wesley Methodist Church A UNITED EttPACI Dr Peterson Bedews LIFE OF GEACE NOLL CBO1VELL Pirie Charity silfterctu lone and is kind Charity envieth not Charity vaunteth mit itself is not puffed up 1st Cor 1615 Delaware N E Sunday School A M Morning Worship A M C As Service P M Evening Service P M BEV C B BELL Pastor Order Public Inquest Into Death of British Minister of Education London surprise public inquest into the death of Ellen Wilkinson minister of education who was buried Feb 10 was or dered Saturday by the Westmins ter coroner Coroner H Neville Stafford set next Friday Feb 28 as the in quest date Miss Wilkinson died at St Marys hospital Feb 6 and was buried 4 days later Stafford refused to disclose why he had ordered a public Inquest so long after Miss Wilkinson died Former President of Notre Dame Reported Getting Along Well Rochester Minn Eev J Hugh ODonnell former Notre Dame University president was reported Saturday by St Marys hospital attendants as getting along well following a major op eration It was understood that the 51 year old educator who headed the Catholic school from 1940 to 1946 underwent surgery for a gall blad der ailment although the hospital would not confirm that He was under the care of Mayo clinic physicians CHURCHES and LODGES DO TOU NEED MONEY Our Blanket Club Plan will raise it for you Blankets fur nished on consignment A proven plan For full details write to JENEAL BLANKET CO lt IValnnt St Des Moines Iowa TEN CHURCHES INVITE YOU SUNDAY EVENING at Union PreEaster Service FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Adams at Fourth Northwest Rev Fred W Wendland Speaker Pastor of Grace Evangelical Church FINOS FAME IN secretary of Cedar Bapids Iowa Gink Todd has a spotty life to look forward to the coming 3 years for shes just token over as Chili Williams successor Her new wear polka dots night and day for 3 years as trademark for Polka Dot Fashion Guild Britain Uses Persuasion in Drastic Plan By J M ROBERTS JR AP Foreign Affairs Analyst Great Britain revealing the ex ceeding gravity of her economic position with promulgation of a drastic program for export pro duction by means of belttighten ng is attempting to do by per suasion what others have t r i e c irough totalitarianism We do not say that whether yon like it or not you have got to o into the coal mine or steel fac ory or whatever it may be says Sir Stafford Cripps in comment ag on what the government calls ts working pattern for the Ba rn Instead we try to induce em ployers and employes to conform o a pattern of industrial produc ion in order to get the greatest benefits for the nation as a whole Export production 40 per cent ibove the prewar level for 1947 jltimately 75 per cent above is he goal Otherwise says the gov rnrnent statement the founda ions of pur national life will be t risk Labor is asked to give up ar angements which restrict produc on prices or employment to ostpone its hopes for shorter ours increase individual produc on hold older workers to their obs beyond normal retirement ccept continued rationing along ith all the British people Through this the hope is to at ain more coal more production lore foreign exchange and re erse conditions which will result his year in a gov rnment deficit Strict control of imports is lanned presumably holding down n consumer goods in favor of aw materials which can be ex orted as finished goods This is a picture of a nation still t war with as Lord Beaver rooks Evening Standard put it n offer to the British people only E toil tears and sweat Blood lone they are spared in these ipins days of peace Another serious aspect of the roblem is that faced with an uri ettled world the government re lizes it must do with a smaller rmy both for the sake of expense nd to shift manpower into in ustry One of the trickiest items in the rogram involves importing for ign labor principally from mong the displaced peoples of lurope Here we have a country al eady short forced to bring in more months to feed in a desper te attempt to revive and maintain s world trade And at the same me hundreds of thousands of Jritons are reported to be seeking way out of the homeland desir g to settle in South Africa Can da Australia and the United tates Some have wanted to get way so badly that they have been illing to undertake the hazard us overland trip from Cairo to outh Africa Here we have a picture of a reat people mobilized first for military and then for economic urvival for 7 years fighting gainst s changing world economic nd political system seeking to reserve the economics of their ttle island against a movement industry to the areas which ac ually produce the raw materials ompromising with the social orces sweeping 46000000 tightly nclosed people yet fighting too ainst a corporate state perman nt regimentation totalitarianism r reduction to a nonentity Former County Welfare Director Is Acquitted Des Moines H Thomp son former Polk county welfare department head was acquitted Friday night by a jury of 3 men and 9 women of a charge of ob taining money by false pretenses The jury deliberated for over 5 hours after District Judge John M Schaupp of Ft Dodge sent the case to the jury at p m Thompson Elmer Croft garage operator and W H Cotton form er county supervisor were in dicted last December by a grand jury which had investigated Polk county expenditures Croft convicted recently was sentenced to 7 years in the state penitentiary at Ft Madison Cot ton faces trial in March The state charged that Thbmp spn knowingly signed a requisi tion for Y motors for welfare de partment cars knowing the re quisition to be fraudulent and also approved Crofts claim for in payment for the mo tors although he knew the mo tors had not been delivered Thompson testified he had no control over the 7 welfare cars or parts bought for them but signed requisitions as a matter of routine on orders from Cot ton Bill Filed in House to Help City of Clinton Des Moines bill to re ieve the city of Clinton of its growing pains was filed Saturday or introduction in the house of representatives Monday The bill is to relieve the city and its taxpayers from an un avoidable municipal financial em barrassment the sponsors Reps 3arvey J Long and Leo P Mc Sleney Clinton republicans ex plained They said the financial embar rassment was caused by unfor seen maladjustment between the Dudget receipts and demands for necessary public service due to the citys industrial and population expansion and to inflationary tendencies The bill would legalize the ac tions of the city council and the city clerk in making expenditures incurring indebtedness and issuing warrants on the city general fund landleader Says Swing Needs Reduction i Price to Keep Alive Hollywood Leader citch The Hands Henderson jggested Saturday that all swing usic need to keep it alive is a ut in prices He took issue with Ernest By eld operator of Chicagos Col ge Inn who announced that ving was dead and he was vitching to a steak house People cant live on bread one Henderson said but that oesnt mean they only need a ollege Inn steak Things like mu c are just as necessary If people have less money they ly cheaper food and usic Just because the gravey ain has stopped it doesnt mean ic railvoncl is osit of business Report Army and Navy to Ask for New Science Buildings Washington unofficial army and navy bulletin said Sat urday that the war and navy de partments would ask a federal grant of for construction of military and naval science buildings at certain colleges and universities The buildings would be for the use of ROTC and NROTC units Each institution would be required to match the federal contribution and pay for upkeep the bulletin said 21 Killed in Transport Plane Crash Shanghai Chinese ail force transport plane crashed within sight of Chungkings air port Friday killing all 21 Chinese aboard the Central News Agency reported Saturday Reports from Chungking said the big plane flying up from Si chang ran into such heavy icing conditions that one wing snapped in two The plane had been held at Sichang 285 miles southwest of Chungking for 2 days by bad weather then risked the flight over some of the most rugged ter rain in China It was the worst accident in volving the Chinese air force this year Postpone Hearing in County Board Squabble Carroll has been postponed until next week on a motion to dismiss the suit ot Leighton A Wederath attorney and war veteran against the Car roll county board of supervisors Wederath seeks appointment as county attorney under Ihc service mens preference law The super visors named Robert S Bruner to succeed James T Kisgen now Carroll postmaster in the post KGLOCBS Daily Program Schedules Saturday P M Bill Shadell nd the News CBS Once Upon a Tune CBS Barbershop Harmonics Iowa Mu tual Liability Ins Co Newt of the Nation p G and E Miller Postmark Mason City Mason City Chamber of Commerce GSO Vaoghan Monroe Orchestra Camel Cltarets CBS Hollywood Star Time General Mo tors CBS Mayor ot the Town Noxttmi CBS News Ned Calmer Parker Pens CBS Your Hit Parade Lucky Strikes CBS Worlds Most Honored Music Lon tinc Wittnauer Watch Co This is Hollywood Camay Soap CBS Talks CBS Evening News Roundup First Na tional Bank Hilton Sports Camera Del Courtneys Orchestra CBS News CBS Eddie Howards Orchestra CBS Chuck Fosters Orchestra CBS News CBS Sunday News The Mariners CBS Sunday School Lesson Preview SflO NCKS CBS Chosen People Salt Lake City Choir CBS Bible Broadcast Radio Chapel Lutheran Gospel Hour News Warren Sweeney Curtis Candy Co CBS Singing Strings Trinity Lutheran Church Frojram Melody Parade Front Page News Osco Dius Clau sen Church of the Air CBS Old Fashioned Revival 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 Philharmonic U S Hun ter Co CBS Hour of Charm Electric Companies CBS The Family Hour Prudential Insur ance Co CBS The Shadow Balm Barr Hoagy Carmichaei Sinjs Ludens Cough Drops CBS News ot the Nation P G E Kate Smith Sings Fostum CBS Gene Autry Wrigleys Gum CBS Blondic Coigttte Co CBS Adventures of Sam Spade Wildroot Co CBS Crime Doctor PhilipMorris Co CBS News Ned Calmer Parker Pens CBS Campbell Room Starring Uilde Campbell Soups CBS The Eddie Bracken Show Texas Co CBS Take It or Leave It Eversharp Co CBS Voice of Prophecy Inc News Roundup Vance Music Co Clausen William L SMrer J B Williams Co CBS Back Home Hour Fort Wayne Temple CBS News CBS Blue Barrens Orchestra CBS Vaughn Monroes Orchestra CBS News CBS 0 Monday News Jfarm Tics Farm Reporter State Brand Cream eries Inc Jensen Morning News Clausen Rise and Shine National Biscuit Co Tune Time Keep Time witb Damons Holsum Headlines Uolsum Bread Clausen Oklahoma Roundup CBS Today in Osage Bible Broadcast Radio Chapel CJear take on the Air Romance of Evelyn Winter Man hattan Soap CBS Victorious Livinjj Especially for You News Digest Jacob E Decker and Sons Miller Waltz Time Grand SJsm IVonder Bread CBS Home Town News GlobeGazette Clausen Kate Smith Speaks General Foods CBS Spotlight on a Star Romance of Helen Trent American Home Products CBS Our Gal Sunday American Home Products CBS Dinner Time Review Noon Roundup Sears Roebuck Co Front Pays News Osco Drug Hilton Meet the Band The Second Mrs Burton General Foods CBS The Friendly Philisopher Marshall and SwiFt Mystery Melody Game Rose of My Dreams Manhattan Soap CBS Arthur Godfrey Time CBS Winner Take AJ1 CBS The Kinfis Jesters CBS House Party CBS News National Biscuit Co Accents on Music Columbia School of the Air CBS Mailbag WHO NBC NETWORK wto Kilocycles SATURDAY EVENING 45 Frankic Sunset Frolic Life of Riley News Truth or Cons Judy Canova Roundup News Music Dance Frolic George Towne Dance Party News Dance Jubilee Music News Jamboree Music SUNDAY FEB 23 Bible Bcast Quiz Pgm News Symphony Story News Pilgrims Hr Music Chrishtian Sc Bob Burns News Jack Benny Arrow Show Bandwagon New Chas McCarthy Atncr Legion Fred Allen Radio League MGoRnd Church Srrv Fa tn Music Canary Show Corn Story Ronntltablc Roy Shield Harv of Stars Billboard Cavallaro Wines of Song One Mans F Am United Quiz Kids Old Rrv Don Amcche Partys AHS Scofiohl BEST BETS ON KGLOCBS DIAL 1300 p m Woody Herman and his dar vaugnn naonroe inet along with tne comedy team of Sweeney and March are guests on the Monroe show Maestro Monroe sings Rainy Night in Rio Hollywood Sfor 7 m Herbert Marshali stars riQIiyWOOQ arar I ime n an exciting mystery drama Journey Into Fear playing the role of an English engineer who becomes enmeshed in international intrigue ftinmw Qimme 8 p m Second guest star in the new Your VJinny Jimms jjjj series is Ginny Simms Ginny begins a 4week engagement Saturday night Andy Russell Mark Warnow and the Hit Paraders make up the regular cast if Cumntistneffa Pm Mishel Piastre conducts the Sym jympuuiicilt phonette in Mozarts Impressario Overture Wedding Day at Troldhagen by Grieg the 2nd movement of Schu berts 7th Symphony and numbers Strauss Schumann Brun elli Hopkinson and Michiels Vovnnirn I nlra Pm This Hollywood broadcasts YcrOniCU UQIve from Utah with Veronica Lake and Joel Mc Crea costarring in Ramrod their new movie which premiered in Salt Lake City on Friday Rrnfhertinnrl Awnrrl Pm DrEverett RClinchy Drurnernuuu president of the national conference of Christians and Jews will present that organizations American Brotherhood Award to CBS for the best single network broadcast on human relations The broadcast honored was The Biggest Crime presented on CBS Assignment Home series SATURDAY NIGHTS SPECIAL GUESTS f t i GINNY SIMMS on Hit Parade VERONICA LAKE premiere of Ramrod SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS I f a in How Lovely Are Our Dwell UQlie an excerpt from the Brahms Re quiem is featured by the Tabernacle choir Other numbers include I Will Give Thanks and How Beautiful Are the Feet by Handel Organist Alexander Schreiner plays the Finale from Viernes 6th Symphony a m In his radio sermon the Rev A IVOgneSS NRogness of the Trinity Lutheran church tells that Christianity like art must often use human language in ways which seem deceptive and untrue in order to convey profound truth to the souls of men i Carbolic Service the llth in a series of 13 talks on the Ten Commandments on Church of the Air j rtnlnlnn How Iowa arrived at the high S Upmion liying standards which prevail on her farms today is the subject covered by W Earl Hall GlobeGazette j managing editor in his onceaweek quarter hour commentary NY 2 Pm Jesus Maria Sanroma plays I rniinarmoniC the popular Tschaikowsky B flat minor Piano Concerto with the N Y PhilharmonicSymphony under Leo pold Stokowskis direction The Entracte from Moussorgskys Ko vantchina and Brahms 3rd Symphony in F minor complete the program p m A program of music composed by women jS offered by Phil Spitalny and his allgirl orchestra Included are I Love You Truly Battle Hymn of the Republic Ramona and Serenade Espagnole A k Hnnv P m Templeton is guest soloist fea nour i turjng his own version of Open the Door Richard and also Debussys Clair de Lune Rise Stevens sings 2 Victor Herbert numbers Tlio Pm Deatn in a Minor Key is the title t ne jnatlOW Oj Sundays absorbing Shadow mystery Lament and Margo become involved in another murder case and the Shadow is invoked to solve the baffling case m Hoagy plays and sings his llDripB Dr0p along with I Guess Ill Have to Change My Hoagy Carmichaei Running Wild So Do I and Plans 530 POT A Bernie whose devastating satirical jmlin impressi0ns of radio commentators are the talk of radio row returns for another guest visit to Kate Smith Sings pi j p m When a process server starts chasing Mr Dionaie cithers J C makes Dagwood change clothes with him in Blondies New Husband Inrtrlo Pm Tne Colossal Caper deals with murder and tile disappearance of the only nega tive ol a finished feature picture from the Colossal studios Dnrtnr Pm An escaPed prisoner seeks a hide BrfUtrur out with thg of nis exgang for plastic surgery The former chief blackmails him and further events occur Dr Ordway is called in to untangle case 8 p m Elliott Roosevelt Faye Emerson and Peter Lorre are ringside guests at The Campbell Room starring Hildegarde The incomparable Hildegarde sings latest song hits p m Eddie visits the doctor for a check up and finds he has only 6 months to live How Eddie manages to stave off the Grim Reaper promises 30 minutes of laughpacked entertainment 9 p m Phil Baker airs his Take It or Leave It from New York for the last time Next week he heads back for the west coast with those S64questions YOUR LUCKY STRIKE HIT PARADE P M TONIGHT Ginny Stars on the Border Show Fridays CBS HER HIT PARADE APPEARANCE IS FOR A 4WtEK ENOAGEMINT ;