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TWO" MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 8 · 1937 committee for industrial organization and generalissimo of the TJAWA strike. The governor indicated that he had talked with General Motors officials during the day also. Michigan's chief executive said he was "not dictating to either party" and added that "it will be futile for either side to attempt to intimidate me." He expressed himself as being "confident" that the question o£ the extent of union recognition could be solved. . The joint conference recessed Saturday night until 11 a. m. (EST) Monday, and the meeting of Lewis with Murphy and Dewey came as a surprise. Lee Pressman, attorney for the C. I. O., attended it with his chief. · Has Several Questions. In ' confirming persistent reports that the union's demands for recognition as the exclusive collective bargaining agency for General Motors employes was the chief obstacle to settling the labor dispute, Governor Murphy said: "The conference has had a number of questions before it. Nearly all of them have been ironed out and adjusted harmoniously. I am confident the others can be solved. The chief difficulty relates to the question of whether UAWA shall be the exclusive, bargaining agency for all employes. · "On this question both sides have offered suggestions. The union representatives asked that the UAWP, as the bargaining agency in.this conference, be recognised as the collective bargaining agency for the employes of the 2( plants closed by the existing strike. " . · · " . ' . · For-Mcmbers Only. "General Motors corporation has offered to recognize the UAWA as the bargaining agency for its members only, reserving the right to deal with any other employe group. The real issue is whether bargaining is to be exclusively with the UAWA or on the basis of representation. "The conference will continue ts discussions and deliberations on Monday in the fervent hope there vill be a solution satisfactory to both sides and in the public interest. The public will appreciate, :hat these men are working very earnestly in an effort to solve the problem and bring the conference :o a successful conclusion." Later the union announced the following as being the 20 plants mentioned in'Murphy's statement: Chevrolet and Fisher. Chevrolet and Fisher body plants in Flint, Mich.; Oakland, Cal.; Kansas City and St. Louis, Mo.; Atlanta, Ga.; JanesviHe, Wis., and Cleveland, Toledo and Norwood, Ohio, and the Guide Lamp' division at Anderson, Ind., and the Cadillac and Fleelwood factories in Detroit. William S. Knudsen, executive vice president, is the head of the General Motors delegation in the conference, with Lewis and Martin leading the union group. After the two sides had,spent 33 hours with Governor Murphy and Conciliator Dewey last week--"at the wish of the president of the United Stales"--Murphy said an adjournment or postponement of the conference might have no significance beyond indicating need of investigating points under discussion. Cut Phone Wires. COUNCIL BLUFFS, (fP)~Ben Balaban. Council Bluffs grocer, told police two armed : men cut his telephone wires and robbed him of ?18. Bandits Rob Crap Game. CORYDOW, (/P)--Armed with a machine gun and pistols, four bandits robbed a crap game at the new recreation club here of about 15200, officers said. LINDBERGHS AT SICILIAN TOWN Flyers Brave 65 Miles .an Hour Gale in Trip From Rome. PALERMO, Sicily, (P)--Col. and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh landed at Palermo at 3:10 p. m. Monday (8:10 a. m. CST) alter fighting a Gi mile an hour gale in their flight Irom Rome. ' Their flight from the capital took slightly less than five hours, with an average speed of only 60 miles an hour because o£ the heavy wind blowing near the island of Ustiea. Shortly before their orange and black monoplane was sighted over Bocca Di Falco airport, officials ordered emergency landing fields to be on the alert for the American flyers, whose ultimate destination was believed to be Cairo, Egypt. Ready With Aid. Regional air squadrons-had been ordered to be ready to give assistance to the Lindberghs if they vere forced down. United Stales Vice Consul W.'E. Scotten and a group of Italian air officials breathed deep sighs of relief when the plane finally flashed down to a landing. They had been waiting for three hours, in increasing anxiety. Colonel Lindbergh, swinging his long legs out of the cockpit, told them he ran into the storm almost as soon as he left Rome. ·Flics Aloiiff Coast. Then, he said, he gave up the idea of flying a' beeline across the Tyrrhenian sea to tliis Sicilian city and, instead, followed the coastline down to the lip of the Italian "boot" before crossing to the island. The Lindberghs went to the Hotel Delle Palme after greeting the officials. They were expected to leave in a day or two for Tripoli. Bocca Di Falco field officials declared they were "astounded" the "flying Lindberghs" were allowed to take off from LLttodo airport at Rome in the storm. Regular seaplane service between Palermo and Naples was suspended because of the bad atmospheric conditions. RUNS C0STS MS SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Nn NeeJ In Strain Voiir n u d - f«t . . . You Toft Can n\vn On* of Thtie Ullra-Moder ray as Little as S4.QO Tcr Month! O Set a time rigM now to cee those new Stvwart'Warner models before you buy! Tor efficient, economical operation . . . for the time-saving ieatures you've Always wanted . . . these new, models offer more for your money. Come in today for a closer look al these Amazing values! 1 1 % H A R D W A R E - 113 North Federal Ave. Phone Slevvart-Warnnr Gives You ]Morc Features for Your Money! RADIO RAMBLER CASH PRIZE CONCERT SPONSORED BY DRAKE A SafT cash' prize contest for original radio dramas sponsored by the Drake university, Des Moines, radio department was announced Monday by Edwin G. Barrett, director of the radio department. Contest is open to everyone in the United States. All major colleges and universities have been notified and entries are expected from many student writers. Judges will be Thomas Duncan, Iowa author, Drake faculty members, and a nationally known radio script writer. The contest will close Monday, March 15. Commenting on the contest, Mr. Barrett said, "Writers ,and radio men agree that the quality of radio dramatic script is improving; and that there may be a lasting literature of the air is not only possible but very probable. Drake university wishes to encourage progress in this important literary field. "We hope to receive entries not only from many student writers but also from all those interested." Mr. Duncan in speaking of the contest said, "It is "quite possible that this contest sponsored by the Drake radio department may uncover outstanding writers in Ihis field." Principal rules of contest, Barrett said, are: 1. Contest open lo residents of the United Stales only. 2. Performing length of script limited to either 13 or 25 minutes. 3. Signed declaration of originality must accompany each Globe-Gazette Radio News and Time-Table KGLO iMason City Globe-Gazette Mason City, Iowa (1210 Kilocycles) Elih.u Root Will Be Buried at Old Home of Clinton, N. Y. NEW YORK, (/P)--Elilui Ro'ot is gone from the stage of world events where he starred for more than a half century as lawyer, statesman and diplomat. Scores of - Die nation's prominent, mourning his death Sunday at 91;. hailed, him; for his .accomplishments/In .many fields. ,Ji... "Simple funeral'services 1 will he held Tuesday on the campus ol his alma mater, Hamilton college, at Clinton, N. Y., where he was born and grow to manhood. Burial will be at Clinton. Forest City Stay Order Plea Taken Under Advisement DES MOINES, (/P)--The Iowa supreme court took under advisement Monday the request of Forest City for a stay order against a temporary injunction which prevents the city from receiving municipal light plant construction bids. Boy Injured Coasting. BAVENPORT, - f/P) -- Fourteen year old Walter Pilgrim of Davenport Monday was in a hospital here with scalp wounds suffered while coasting. Physicians said the whole top of his skull was exposed. WC CO Columbia Broadcasting System Mimica|ioli:,-St. 1'aul Central Standard Time (810 Kilocycles) AUNT HET By Robert Quillen i. "It wouldn't h u r t Bill' to say somethin ' nice when his wife wears a new dress. It happens only once a year." Starr Ycllanfi of Mason City is broadcasting Associated Press news daily excepting Saturday ami Sunday over \VSTJI al 9:15 p.'-TO., and is handling the bas- kctbail and swimming: meet broadcasts. WStH broadcasts upon SSO kilocycles. * · * f BLOCK AND SULLY UETUUN TO "JACK OAKIE'S COLLEGE" "Professors" Block and Sully in a return lecture engagement, the songs o£ Donald Novls, ballads by the Amherst glee club iind the music of Benny Goodman's "swing" band and Gcurffic Stoll's orchestra will provide "Jack Oakie's College, with a gala hour of entertainment broadcast over WCCO Tuesday from 8:30 to 9:30 p. m. - "Prexy" Oakie will again introduce Block aiid Sully, whose recent lecture on "Some New Uses for Leisure Time" was such a hit on the Oakie show a few weeks ago. Oakie will also present Don- r ald Novis as the college's singing guest stai-, Novis. i^vill. :,fe'ature ,-^ number of songs for which he has become Iamous"on the stage and in radio. He will be accompaneid by Gcorgic Stall's orchestra. Oakie and Block and Sully will engage in some lively repartee over the administration oC "Efus Hall," Oakie's new. patented dormitory. From the Atlantic coast Benny Goodman's band will join the Oakie parade and featured with them will be the Amherst glee club from Amherst college, Am- hersl. Mass. The glee club will feature several well known Amherst songs and a group o£ popular ballads. THE IOWA-NORTHWESTERN BASKETBALL GAME IS TO B!1 BROADCAST OVER WSUI AT IOWA CITY AT 7:20 MONDAY NIGHT. * » # FAR-FAMED iUARDI OKAS WILL BE BROADCAST -The Mardi-Gras, with which New Orleans traditionally ushers in Lent, will be thrown open to the whole country at the zenith of the festivities whe'n the Columbia Broadcasting sj'stem makes its broadcast from three points throughout the city on "Shrove Tuesday," from 3:30 to 4 p. m. The celebration, to open at dawn, will achieve its greatest momentum during Uic broadcast as the "Rex" leads his parade of celebrants 'down New Orleans' main thoroughfare to the Boston club. There, tnr the first lime iu history, Columbia expccls lo bring the "Rex" to the microphone for a brief moment lo the radio audience. During the broadcast, the mayor of New Orleans, R. S. Maestri, will also be heard in a two- minute talk from the studios of WWL. In addition to the description of floats in the parade and the carnival atmosphere of the city, a "sidewalk reporter" will be stationed along the line of march to interview the masked merry-makers as they push their way through the confetti, blowing horns, tossing balloons, or playing various pranks on their unsuspecting companions. Mixed with the din o£ the revelers will be the music of numerous bands taking part in the parade. Tuesday, Feb. 9 6:00 Sunup Serenade 7:00 News; Mason City F u r Shoppe 7:0n Musical Clock 7:45 Merkel's Musical Clock 8:00 Lyons' MusicaJ Clock 8:15 Musical Clock" 8:30 Mier Wolfs Melody Time 9:00 Voice of Damon's 9:30 Jaclc Sprat's Food Stores, Time an' Tunes 9:45 Tyler Ryan's Musical Clock 10:00 Opening Markets and News 10:15 Concert Hall of the Air 10:30 Devotional Service, Rev. D. L. Kratz, Church of Christ 10:45 Organ Reveries 11:00 North Iowa News, Skelgas 11:15 Sons of the Pioneers 11:30 This and That 12:00 Mid Day Revue f2:30 Globe-Gazette News and Markets 12:45 Mid-Day Revue 12:55 Chapman's Musical Miniature 1:00 Iowa Farm Flashes 1:10 Mid-Day Revue, Cont. 1:30 Luncheon Dance 2:00 Mailbag 3:00 Afternoon Show 4:00 Reading the Globe-Gazette 4:15 Tea Time Tunes 4:45 Mason Cily Public Schools 5:00 Globe-Gazelle News 5:05 New Records From Vances 5:15 Home Folks Frolic 5:30 Results from the Want Ads 5:35 Rosario Bourdon's Orch. 6:00 News, P. G. and E. 6:05 R. Friml Jr.'s Orch. 6:15 Sports Review, Decker Bros. 6:30 Dinner Hour 7:00 News, Currie-Van Ness 7:05 Supper Dance Melodies 7:25 Review ol the Markets 7:30 Sons of. the Pioneers 7:45 Kay Kyser's Orchestra 8:00 News, Marshall and Swift 8:05 Five Minute Mystery; United Home Bank 8:10 Dance and Sing 8:30 Radio Night Club 9:00 News, Highway Oil Co. 9:05 Green Bros. Orch. 9:30 Evening Dance Parade 10:00 News. Firsl National Bank 10:05 Melodeers 30:15 Slumber Hour 10:30 Swing Time 11:00 News, Abel and Son 11:15 Goodnight - ' Tuesday, Feb. ! fi:ir Time Signals , -*:(Ui Air Almanac 7:1:1 Junior Broadcasters Club 7:30 Musical Chimes 3:30 Time Siffnals 8:45 Gene and Glenn !;f|it Belly and Bob 9;la Modern Cinderella 9r;iO B«lty Crockets' John K.'· Wat kins liiiilii Organ Mi:i5 Jean Abbey 10:30 Big Sister 10:45 Homcrcnikei's Exchange' H:iii The Gumps 11:1%.Between the Bonk ends 11:30 KiUsvKecue, Inc. 11:43 Ma Perkins 1^:1111 Bei'di and Warnow 12:1.1 Hugh Aspinsvall 12:30 Hope Aldeii's Ft u ma Lice 1U;-15 A u n t Jenny l:(i(i Calendar Notes l:la School ot Hie A i r 1:45 Myrt and "Marge 2:1111 Markets; Police 2:15 News; Slacks 2:3(» Safety Council :i:45 Coolidsc String Quartel :t:lia Ladies First 3:30 Musical 1:45 Helly Pejjsy -1:0(1 North Star School :lii Science Service Series :20 Schedule; Livestock 4:4iS Wilderness Road mil Del Casino :li» Front Page Parade :30 Jack Armstrong :4S Renfrew of the Mounted :0« Easy Aces :lfi Wonders of the Heavens :30 Alexander Woollcott 5:45 Boake Carter 1:01) Hammerstein Music Hall 7:30 Al J olson s:flll Watch the Fun Go By fi:ao Jack Oakic',3 College f»:3Q Poly Follies null) Poetic Melodies 0;i: Newstime 0:30 Rollie Johnson; Report. 1 ; 0:45 Frank Gordon's Orel). 1:1111 Henry Halstcnd'.s Orch. 1:30 Benny Moron's Orch. 1:45 Oz/.ie Nelson's Orch. WOI Iowa Stale College Station Ames, iowa (640 Kilocycles) ^ · X ' . * . ' . " Yf'/TufcsiUjv.l'eVfc' ,- ,V ' B:43 Tuning In \ ^ ~:n« Matins \ 7:30 JiVcws Notes (frequently quoting from Globe-Gazette edits! V:Hfl The MUSLU Shop (continued) H:nif News oC the Hour 8:D3 The Music Shop ' ^ c o n t i n u e d ) R:iiO Opening Midwest Market New. 1 ! rnott News of the Hour 9:03 "The Rmjnways"-- Rutli Galvin 9::iU Midwest Market News 111:1111 Parent-Teachers Association 10:05 "Ilnmo at the Crossroads" 10:30 Midwest Market News 11:011 Class in AfirieuHure , 11:10 The Agricultural Problem 11:15 Girl's 4-H Clubs of'lotva 30 The Book Critic 11:50 State Police Bulletins 12;flfl AfJeld With the Foresters 12:35 "How Sweden Won the Depression' 1:()() Closing Midwest Market News '1:10 Carl Ncbbe's-Orchcstra 1:15 Campus Varieties 1:30 Closing Midwest Flour ^:0lt Memorial Union PJpe Organ ^:flS "Today's Challenge lo the Home 1 2:14 Club Women's Hour 2:311 lUtli Century Mxisic 2:45 Radio Child S t u d y Club fl:iHi News of the Hour -1;or Mnslcrwork Scries ^:30 The Macfi/inc Rack I inn Drake University School of Musi 4:1.1 Fisher's Concertina Orchestra 4:30 T. S. C. Department ot English 4;-l,i Afternoon Mows Summary 5:(!ll Sifiii Off 5:15 Iowa Stale Concert Band NBC Blue NeUvbrU C'cilnr lUpidi a n d \ V a l e r l n f , ! Central Standard Time (tiuo Kilocycles) YOUNG WOMANHOOD Q ROW I N G ( ami many r r f i n m ft ma I R IUCR- iilaritic;. periodic pains arul n r n ousnesA ln« to f i i n c l i n n a I di:-liirh- ani'rs. Of. Pjftte's Favorlli: Prcscrfplion is a b c n t n c f a i (tintc at such lirnc'j Read this: Mrs. Frank Malher of 201 No. Bluff- St., Beatrice, s*id: "Soniclimr. ago 1 was in a iveaVicriid condition, I liad to force mystlf lo cat, I n d loM netaLit and felt very tired and ilfpreved. Headache associated with feminine IViins was another complaint, Ur. Pierce'* Favorite Preset [pti on helped to build mt up i p l e n d f r M y , I r r l h l i t r t my meah, gained wcisnl and sirenctEi rind was relieved of the head ache ; arid pain in my back, due 10 f n n o Im»a1 d H t u i l n n i e * . My nene* v c r c quieMno." K i i y n m v f \w *for, i.ih-. jifli;. rjijiiirt Sf.CO 4: jl.i5. Sold by driifleiat* everywhere. Ncbr., Pope Pius Suffers Increased Pain as Result of Speech VATICAN CITY, (/T)--Pope Pius XI suffered increased pain Monday in reaction to the tax placed on his strength by his broadcast plea lo the Manila cu- charaslic congress for foreign missions. Sharp altacks dislurbed his rest during the night after the injection administered to fortify him for Sunday's radio message lost its effect. Even though he was ashen and dark eyed from lack of sleep, the holy father insisted on conducting his usual schedule of audiences Monday. Believes It Takes Bushel of Corn to Grow Tail on Hog E ' L B E R O N , (/P)--It takes a bushel of corn to grow a tail on a hog. At least that is u-hat Philip Feucrvach thinks. ·Feuerbach recently sold 78 hogs averaging 278 pounds for .$10,05 a hundredweight. Not one of them had a tail. Feuerbach, explaining lo buyers that he has 60 more tailless shoals on his farm, said lie had saved 73 bushels of corn, or ?73, by clipping the tails off the pigs when they were two weeks old. Tuesday, l-'eb. l : r.:JO Tall Corn Time B;Jt Family Altar 7:00 Ncwstimc 7:10 Musical Clock KM] Tim. Brady and His n o u n d - U p a:30 Frank Voelkcr, orgaiiist fl:fiD Women in tlio Ne\",'s i i : U U Morning Newscast 3:l."i Louise Hathaway 9:150 Marriatie Clinic 9:4,1 Magic Kitchen iii:ixi Markets 0:03 Melody Mountaineers ,0:15 Lou Webb al Hie Organ 10:25 Stories from Life :1:30 Vic and Sado .0:45 Edward MacHuRh : t : n i Honcyboy and Sassafras Jl:15 Lou Webb at Uic Organ II:M WMT German Band ,1:45 Noonday Newscast 1:53 Cedar Valley Hillbillies ·2:10 Question Man I2i2tt Voice ol Iowa 12:30 Markets 12:35 Cedar Valley Hillbillies 12:4n Joe Doakes 12:5(1 Aunt Fanny 12:55 Iowa Conihuskers 1:05 Many Happy Returns 1:10 Iowa Cornhuskcrs 1:15 WMT German Bann l:3fl Bill Brown "The Movie Man" 1:4. Commercial Proerarn ·J:lin Irzy on the Air li'.O-l U, S. Marine Band 2:30 Sammy Kaye's Orcheslra 3;M\ Bill Lewis, organist 3:15 Reporter ol Odd Facts 3;20 Tunes 3:30 Marlowe and Lyon r.:-*5 Young Hickory .(:ni) Your Health 4:30 Freshest Thing in Town -1:47) Gale Page SiOtl Coxy Cofncrs 5:15 Tea Time Tunes S:^0 Evening Newscast 5:45 Orphan Annie 1;(HI Easy Aces fi:15 Oijginaf Jenters 0::tO Frank Voelkcr, organist fi:40 Final Edition r.:45 Al Donahuc'.s Ol ehcslva ~ t :\\\i Hudc Ranch 7:^0 Edgar A, Guest K;(ui Ben Bcrnic 8:30 Mushnr.ds nntt Wives r:l»» Band Concert D;^n Cab Cnltoway Iftinn Park B.inrt 10:30 Howard Kramer ]0;4"i Freddy Martin's Orchestra J 1 ; n / Horace Hcidt Orclicsii-a II:an Rcrt Norvo's Orchestra r::nn sign Off WHO NBC Ucd Network DCS aioincs, IOWA Cenlnil Standarit TJmo (11)00 Kilocycles) TutiUay, Feb. s». 3:-Jj Al Clauscr and His Oklahoma Out laws 13:110 Sin*. Neighbor, Sing 6:1.") Musical Clock 6:TiO Farm Ncw.s 6:-T Almanac ol the Air l:tnt Chore Gang 7:15 News 7r3U Musical Fashion Notes S;Uii Gene and Glenn 8:15 Musical Clock !i:WI Morning Melodies !):15 Hymns of All Churches !):3D Betty and Bob 5:45 Today's Children. NBC HUiHi David llanun, NBC 10:1.-. Backstage- Wife, NBC IU::iO MonUceUo Pavly Line ltl:-M Organ Melodies l:lll) Kitty Kcene, Inc. 1:13 The Story of Mary MarLhi. \'BC 11:30 NaU. Farm mirt Home Hour, NBC 12:^0 Commercial Program 12:45 .Tack Sprat News EronUcast 1:IH! Girl in a Million 1:15 Musical Almanac 1:3(1 Market Report 1:4." Judy and Jane '-!:liu Pepper Young's Family, NBC 2:15 Ma Perkins. NBC 2:30 Vic and Sadc. NBC 2:45 The O'Neills. NF.C ;t:OU General Federation o£ Women's Clubs. NBC 3:U Men ff the West, NBC 3;^lt Way Down East. 3:-J3 TJsc G u i d i t i g Lijilil, NBC I:OU While the City Sleeps, NBC 4:13 Houseboat Hannah ·1:30 Hello Peggy 4:-!. 1 ! The Sweet Shop Revue ·!:.-o Bulletins n:llli Pop Concert" 5:31) Jack Armstrong 5:45 Sunset Corners Opnc liiiin Amos 'n 1 -Andy. NBC fi:I5 Vot;al Varieties. NBC fi::m News(i:40 Sports News (i:45. Diamond City N!WP 7;l)ll Leo Rcisinsn'x Orchestra. . r BC 7:3IJ Wayne KitiR. NBC S;IK» Vox: Pop, NEC H::«) Fred Astnirc. NBC fl::t(l Hollywood Gossip. NBC 9:-13 Jack Kerrigan. Baritone lil:()» The World Dances 10:13 News 1(1 :rm The Mansion of Dream? 10:35 French Casino Orchestra. NUC 10:43 Iowa Department of American Le- Kiofi I1:fin Che/, Parse Orchestra, NBC 11:30 Casino Parisiccne Orchestra. NBC DUKE MAY NOT HURRY WEDDING Windsor Changes Mind as Result of Visit From His Sister. VIENNA, (/P)--The Duke of Windsor, after earnest fireside chats with his royal sister, was represented Monday as "much less disposed" to hurry his marriage to Wallis Warfield Simpson. Only a few days ago, former King Edward VIII was planning the wedding at Enzesfeld or Vienna, on the very d;iy, April 27, when Mrs. Simpson's divorce from Ernest Aldrich Simpson is likely to become absolute. But friends in a position to know said he now was considering with some favor a plan to wed in Hungary,' where the attitude toward marriage and divorce is more liberal than it is in Austria. He was inclined, also, toward a civil ceremony rather than a church wedding, these friends avowed. No actual decision has been made, but it was understood the duke's lessened impatience and his inclination toward a Hungarian wedding was the result of advice brought from London by his sister, :he princess royal, and her husband, t h e ' E a r l of Ha re wood. Should the wedding be in Hungary, six weeks' residence in that country would be required unless a special dispensation were 'obtained. YOU CAN'T TEAR IT UP. "The constitution of the United States is an air-tight document m at least one sense of the word. It reals peacefully in an hermetically scaled glass case in Washington's library of congress."--Bob Trout ''History Behind the Headlines." The oddest communication yet to come lo Pnil Lord requesting time on "We, the People," arrived this week from a Springfield, Ohio, correspondent. He feels he is unique because in 68 years of existence "I have only worn one pair of socks." Helen Hayes has announced she will take her Broadway hit, "Victoria Hegina," on a cross- country tour next fall--which means her radio shows will emanate from a different city each week. HE SAYS TO HIMSELF- JOY, AM I GLAD FOUND OUT Newlywed Excused by Iowa Senate Because of "Heart Trouble DES MOINES, (/P)-- The senate excused "because (rouble" Senator O. J. o£ heart Kirketcg (R) of Bedford, who was married Sunday and was taking Monday off for n honeymoon. Car Theft Admitted by Fort Dodge Man DAVENPORT, f/P) -- Officers said George Forrest, 32, of Fort Dodge, held in jail here, admitted stealing an automobile belonging to Raymond Heathcrington in Olho. They arrested him alter the car he was driving crashed into a telephone pole. Game Warden Faces Traffic Law Charge GL.ENWOOD, (/P)--Game Warden R. B. Courtwrisht is booked to be tried here Feb. 26 on charges of driving' through a slop signal while taking some farmers to jus- lice of peace court to be tried for violating game laws. KGLO TONIGHT 6:00 News, People's- Gas and Electriq 6:05 Rudolph Friml, Jr.'s, Orch. 6:15 Sports Review. Decker Bros. G:30 Dinner Hour 6:45 Diamond City News 7:00 News, Currie Van Ness 7:05 Supper Dance Melodies 7:30 Sons o£ the Pioneers 7:15 Kay Kyser's Orch. 8:00 News. Marshall and Swill. 8:05 C. L. Pine Loan Co. presents Dick Leibert at the Organ. R:20 Sing and Dance fi:30 Radio Night Club 9:00 News. Highway Oil Co. 9:05 Green Bros. Orch 9:30 Evening Dance Parade 10:00 News. First National Bank 10:05 Melodeers 10:15 Slumber Hour 10:30 Swing Time 11:00 News. Prilchard Motor Co. 11:15 Sign Off. 3 Fugitives Arrested. ELDORA, (/P)--Three boys who escaped from the state industrial training school here were arrested in Cladbrook after they had stolen a car here. Officers said the boys ITHOJGHTYOUAND VIV WERE CRAZY ABOUf EACH OTHER ...WHY^RENT YOU DANCING WITH HER TONIGHT ? \ ITHINKSHE5 AVOIDING ME! LET'S GO WHERE I CAN'T SEE HER WITH THAT JONES FELLOW AFRIENDLYTIP SAY.TKIS SOAP'S GiWHD STUFF. IT CONTAINS A SPECIAL PURIFYING INGREDIENT THAT'S NOT IN ANY OTHER WELL-KNOW!! TOILEI '^«TO! SAY,FELLOW, , TH | NKTHAT ' S MY REAL TROUBLE...I'M GOING. were John .TnrgenKon, 18; Joseph ] Sharon, 13, and W i l l i a m Hobbs. 17. WHAT A DUMBBELL I'VE BEEN! i THOVSHT SHE'D LEFT ME FOR JOHESY....ANDALL THE TIME I HAD"B.o:' NEVER. 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