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£ak* Wrii 6 Monday, July 16, 1945 S. L. Auditor Clarifies Home Costs L. E. Holley, Salt Lake City auditor, Sunday said he has no criticism of the operation of the boys' detention home by Salt Lake county. "The boys' home is being operated and managed better than ever before and my only object in making a report to the city commission wa's to clarify city records and get approval to pay the bills as they are submitted," Mr. Holley said. Records from the county listed costs at $1.55 per child, which is all the city can pay under the law unless the county employs a full-time ; instructor at the school, Mr. Holley said. If an instructor is employed, then the $2 per child for which the city is billed is not excessive, he said. On the other hand, if the county has other costs of the home not included in the original report, they should be submitted to the city, he contended. He admitted that the county had taken a loss in operation of the home, when the city in past years was billed but $1 per child per day. UTAH ONE OF 18 STATES TO VOTE PAY BOOSTS Utah is one of 18 states in which recent legislatures voted pay increases for governmental officials and employes. The Utah legislature turned down a proposed blanket increase for all state employes, but voted increases for elective officials and appointive commissioners, for city and county officials, district and supreme court judges. Increases for elective officials are not effective until new ones take office. By action of the state finance commission and the other departments and institutions, virtually all state em- ployes have received increases since the legislature adjourned. INFLATION FREE Farm Sales Stay Level In Utah, Report Says Clayton Family to Meet Descendants of William Clayton, 1847 pioneer, will meet in Liberty park Tuesday at 6:30 p.m., when new officers will be elected. Dr. I. Q. "The Menfaf tanker" Coast-to-Coast Iroadcast from Utah Theater in Salt Lake City 8:30 p. m. Nelson Eddy Guest Artist "Telephone Hour" 7:00 p. m. * "The Rise Stevens Show" with Gueit Conductor from Hollywood 7:30 p. m. "Chejferf/e/d Supper Club" 9:00 p. tn. Utah farm .prices and farm sales are not undergoing the extreme inflationary trend that has beset west coast states, Richard P. Harding, executive vice president and secretary, Salt Lake Real Estate board, said Sunday. Department of agriculture figures show that on the west coast, immigrant workers in shipyards, airplane plants and other war industries who never have owned or operated a farm, are buying small farms in such large numbers that prices in the Pacific northwest for such farms m/ »,nr,. BOH HE'S NOT 6NES QUICK J HE'S GOING HOME V TO LISf ESI TO -' THE MAN FROM G-2—7:00 P. M. are from 63 to 66% over prewar levels. A report on the situation In Business Week cited as "alarming" the fact that these high prices are being paid for marginal, poorly located or too-small tracts. The demand seems to be based on postwar security in small farms. Mr. Harding, however, sees no such threat in Utah. Utah has had no great labor immigration as the coast states, he said, and as a result, farm prices in this state are "not exorbitant." He said that while it is true farm prices have gone up in Utah as well as throughout the entire country, prices for farms here are "not out of line in regard to the outlook of agricultural earnings," THE LAND OF THE FREE HE SAW A WAY OUT Pfc. Guide H. Schroepfer, one-time nazi youth, tells his two- year-old-son, Dickie, that the bronze star he won in Germany should be pinned with the other medals—but a little lower. Slates Phone Talk W. Donald Oakes, manager, central office 4- Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Co., will address the Salt Lake Round Table at 1 its regular luncheon Tuesday at 12:15 p. m, in the Hotel Utah, according to Hugh C. Lewis, secretary. He will discuss the outlook of the telephone industry. Salt Lakers Earn Service Awards DAYS OF '47 BROADCAST /C//p This Out— Refer to It] Quten Coronation Tuesday, July 17th, 9:15 p. m. Beard Growing Contest Wednesday, July 20th, f p. m, Rodeo Finali Saturday, July 21st, 8:30 p. m. Early Days of Pioneer Drama Monday, July 23rd, 7:30 p. m. Sunrise Services Tuesday, July 24th, 6:30 a. m. Days of '47 Parade Tuesday, July 24th, 9:30 a. m. . Days of '47 Pageant Tuesday, July 24th, 8:45 p. m. 570 on Your Dial 570on Your Dial TAfs It the American Broadcasting Company What's on the Air Today Monday, July 16, 1945 (MWT) For Further Information Phone Stations Puld Advertising The following Salt Lake men recently received awards for meritorious action while in the service of their country. Bronze Star Sgt. John Carter Anderson, son of Mrs. Hazel Johnson, 865 W. 8th South, and whose wife is Mrs. Grace Anderson, Ely, Nev., awarded his fourth bronze star for action in Germany. For services in Italy with the 85th "Ouster" division, John F. Regan, whose wife is Mrs. Aldulah S. Regan, 1285 Gunn ave. M/Sgt. William M. Lence, former East high and University of Utah student, for service in Apennine mountains and near Po river, Italy. Lt. William F. Dowell, whose uncle is J. J. Dowell, 1635 Har- vard ave., for action in Germany. : Pfc. Roderick J. Long Jr., son of Roderick J. Long, 261 N. West Temple for gallantry in action on Okinawa. Lt. Rayburn F. Gotzinger, whose wife is Mrs. Elizabeth Gotzinger, 43 N. West Temple, and who is a son of Mrs. Anna J. Droetch, Spokane, Wash., for action in the China-Burma-India area. Pfc. Arthur C. G. Koehler, son of Arthur C. E. Koehler, 1485 Van Buren ave,, for action in Normandy, northern PYance and Germany, Purple Heart Ens. Thomas G. Giles, whose wife is Mrs. Nancy P. Giles, 1256 E. South Temple; Pfc. Osborne M. Allen, U S M C, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Allen, 141 W. 5th North. 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QLuncheon With Lopez Quarter to Lfnch Time A.M. 6:00 6:16 6:30 6:46 7:OO 7:16 7:30 7:46 Q:OO 8:16 8:30 8:46 8:OO 9:15 9:30 9:45 104)0 10:16 10:30 10:46 11:00 11:16 11:30 11:45 First Lt. Delbert V. Barrett, whose wife is Mrs. Jerry Barrett, 413 E. 4th South, is returning home from Europe with the Eighth infantry division after a year overseas. A former Salt Lake salesman, Lt. Barrett participated in campaigns in northern Prance, Siegfried line, central Germany. He wears the bronze star, purple heart and three battle stars. Afternoon Programs Noon 12:OO 12:15 12 30 12:45 SornethR. to Think Abt Fun F?st News While It'i News Shopper News World New», Petersen OORosemary ©Business of Fanning... ®Tena and Tim S Guiding Light Today's Children ...;.. 3>Women In White <$>Hymns of AD Churches, OLester Smith, News.., QJane Cow) . , OQueen For a Day Dud Williamson — Noon 12:00 12:15 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:16 1:30 2 OO 2:15 2:30 2-45 n Downey, Songn B Kennedy, News Ik-Vagabonds *-Ladles. 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(•xAunt Mary Women's News Amateur Show OSummertlme Melodies Hollywood Headlines Musical Train, with Cousin Ken Bennett Playing Requests News . ... Musical Train Requests 4:40 Sport Shorts OHere's How Kora Kobblers Two on a Clue News, Royal Soldiers of the Press (g>Thls Woman's Secret IQHoune of Mystery News Reporter .. QSuperman Fashions !n Music— OTnm Mix ..... The Texfls Rangers—I Hal Mclntyre's Or.— 1:00 1:15 1:30 1:45 DISCHARGED Pvt. Kenneth G. Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryrmt Wright, Mlrlvale, linn received an honorable discharge from the army at Walla Walla, Wash. Overseas nine months, Pvt. Wright has been in the service two years and wears the purple heart, European theater of operations ribbon, good conduct ribbon and two battle stars. Ke was wounded Dec. 2, 1944, in France while serving with the 44th infantry division. Rest Camp WITH THE 106TH INFANTRY DIVISION IN GERMANY—Pvt. Hiroshi Shimizu, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shimizu, Sandy, Utah, recently spent three days at Namur rest -camp in Belgium, a former summer resort. New Assignment EM 2/c Gale Ainsworth, U S N, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ainsworth, Lehi, former Sandy residents, has been assigned to a destroyer escort in the Atlantic. Wins Stripe MIDVALE — Pfc. DeLos S. Beckstead, whose wife is Mrs. Aggie Osborne Bcckstend nnd who Is a son of Mr,s. Eliza Beckstead, Midvale, recently wns promoted to his pj-oHcnt rank at Camp Wollers, Tex., where he hns bcc'ii stationed tlic past five months. Best Crew Flight Officer Byron A. Hollis, whose wife is Mrs. Gloria McGinty Hollis, 2864-23rd East, is navigator of one of the three best crews chosen at completion of training of the many combat crews of squadron T-l at army airfield, Walla Walla, Wash, SERVICE CALENDAR 2:00 2:15 2:30 2:46 3:00 3:15 3:30 3:45 4:00 4:16 4:30 4:46 stop 6:16 6:30 6:46 Evening Programs P.M. 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Night Patrol Music for Tour Pleasure Mldnlte News , •" * P.M. 6:00 6:15 6:30 6=45 7:00 7:16 7:3O 7:46 8:00 8-'15 8 ;3O 8:45 9:OO 9:16 0:30 9:45 10:OO 10:15 10:30 10=45 11 :OO 11:16 1 1 :3O 11:46 12:OO 12:16 12:30 12:46 1:OO Activities for service men and women In Salt Lake City Monday will Include: U S 0 clubs: 73-2nd Past—Tennis, Liberty park, 4 p. m,; movie In club lounge, 8 p. m. 57 S. State—Recorded music, dance, 8 p. m.; portrait sketching In lounge, 8:30 P. m. Salvation Army: Km! Shield Canteen, 137 E. l»t South— Usual 0 a. m, to 0 p, m, social activities. 1240—KOYO, h-ovo; 145Q—KOAL, Price; Mutual and Intermounfaln; 14QQ—KNAK. Salt Lake Cream Deodorant Safely helps Stop Perspiration 1. Docs not irritate skin. Docs not rot dresses or men's shirts. 2* Prevents undcr-arm odor. Helps stop perspiration safely. 3. A pure, whkc, antiseptic, stainless vanishing cream. 4. No waiting to dry. Can be used rislit after shaving. 5« Awarded Approval Seal of American Institute of Laundering—harmless to fabric. Use Arrid ond 59fBio. tax MORE MEN AND WOMEN USE ARRID THAN ANY OTHEK DEODORANT Bemedaled Ex-Nazi Youth Home From Europe Wars He might have been just another soldier home on furlough. When he left Germany, headed for the United States and home, Pfc. Guido H. Schroepfer was doubly thankful for the things that were his—an attractive wife, an energetic young son and a place to live, in a free land. Pfc. Schroepfer, whose wife, son and mother, Mrs. Frida Schroepfer, live at 342-12th East, tasted the ways of nazism and disliked them. A member of 'the L D S church Boy Scouts in Hamburg, Germany, Pfc. Schroepfer was forced to don the khaki of a Hitler "HJ," the nazi youth organization, when the Scouts were embodied in the immense Hitler movement for German youth. Two months later, because "I caused them too much trouble," he was released from the group. Family Leaves Germany Just 18 at the time, Pfc. Schroepfer, his mother and sister left Germany for "political reasons" and because of "living conditions." Already, the German youth had completed two years at Hamburg university, where he had learned fundamentals of the English language, and prior to leaving Germany he was an accountant in Hamburg—a city in a country where "you were never your own boss." In 1935, the small family came to Utah, settling in Richfield, Sevier county, and Coving later to Salt Lake City, wh'ere he was employed as a stock clerk. In September, 1943, Pfc. Schroepfer, now 27, donned the khaki of an American soldier and in February, 1945, he was shipped to Europe. Because of his knowledge of German, he was assigned to the counterintelligence corps and fought the gestapo through the Ruhr, southern Germany an Czechoslovakia. Organizes Raids • He assisted In organizing an participated in three raids agains enemy sabotage parties which ha been assigned to harass supplj convoys and kill or capture gen eral officers. These aggressive Trio Quizzed In Burglary Three juveniles, brothers 9 am 12 years old, and a second 12-year old, were under police investiga tion Sunday in connection with a senes of recent Salt Lake bur glaries. Detective Stanley Butcher ar rested the trio Saturday in connection with one burglary, am they also were being questioned in housebrcakings and one attempted hold-up. In another case, police held two transients for investigation 01 strong-arm robbery in thefi of $40 and valuables from Odel Johnson, Negro, 536 W. 2nd South They were apprehended by Ed Jackson, radio patrol, half an hour after the alleged robbery Saturday at 12:45 a. m. and gave their names as Noah Emery Spencer and Fred Lewis Senior. 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