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TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, F E B R U A R Y 10 M 1937 I 'wham' where she struck and dis- ,' appeared. - . | "We got a boat and went out * there but couldn't 'find any sight | o£ her." J Brother ol Passenger. J Among the shore watchers was 4 Michael Gilmore'of San Francisco, I brother ot J. Frank Gilmore, one j of the passengers. He had gone ,3 to the airport to meet the plane. -1 _ Searching boats, kept near Mills I field just for 1 such an emergency, { speeded more than 60 men to the crash scene. Word of the accident spread j quickly and hundreds of automobiles jammed the Bayshore highway bordering the airport. Many of the cars contained' friends or relatives,of those aboard the sunk- j en plane. Scenes of hysteria were 3 frequent. \ Persons not having business in- I side the airport enclosure were barred at the main entrance. From Business Trip. Fontana, 57 year old millionaire, was returning to his home here after a business trip to Los Angeles. ' ' . : Miss Grennan, 24, was enroute to her Beijieley home from a winter in southern California, and was making plans for her marriage in April to Paul Alexander Dulfer. The marriage was planned as a high spot in the spring social season. . . . Her father, also aboard, was widely known here. Until informed, of the accident, Mrs. Grennan did not know whether her husband and daughter were enroute north by plane or train. "I asked them not to fly," she snbbed in her home. PLANE'S PILOT WAS VETERAN OF SKYWAYS LOS ANGELES, Cal. (/P)-Pilot A. R. Thompson at the controls of the United Airline transport when it disappeared in San Francisco bay, was a veteran of the skyways with more than 10,000 hours of flying to his credit. For 14 years he operated a flying school in Salt Lake City, piloting the mails between there and Cheyenne. Since 1933 he has llown the Los Angeles and San Francisco run. A widoiver, he had two children, Tommy, 10, and Janet, 8. Co-Pilot Jo De Cesaro moved to Hollywood recently from San Francisco. He was married and had a 16 months old baby. INSPECTORS TO PROBE AIR TRANSPORT CRASH WASHINGTON, (fP)--The air commerce bureau said Wednesday airline inspectors in San Francisco area would investigate immediately the crash of a United Air Lines transport into San Francisco bay. E. L. Yurayich, resident inspector at Saii Francisco, now is enroute from Washington by plane. He had been here for an air safety ^conference. _ 500 Jewish Students^ , v Go'bn Hunger Strike WILNO, Poland, (/P)--Some 500 Jewish,students at tlie University of Wilnb went on a hunger strike Wednesday in protest against anti- Semitic attacks by non-Jewish members o£ the student body. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Wliwl Cjlomtt--And Yoa'il Jorap Out o( Red in the Mornini Ririn' to Co . Tbe Uver should pour out two ponndft ot JIaaid bi]e Into year bon-eta rf«Hr. If thia bil« isiml flow! nsc freely.'yonr food d oesn't disreflt. It Juit decays in the bowels. Gaa bloata Dp year .stomach. Yon eet.eonitipat*d. Your whole system!* poisoned and Ton feel soar, Kunkind theTrorld looksimnV. Luutivej- are only matafthiftx. A. men bowel movement doesn't get at the rausp. It Ukei those zood, old CitTtcr'fl Little Liver Pills to eet these two ponndAOf bile flowinz freely zndmxkeyoufeel"upAnduD".Hann- taM, Eentl*. yeCamasinir fn miking bile How fceehr. Ak*orC»ll«r'« Little Uver PilU by 1 nun*. Stubbornly refuse anythinE else. 2£c. LOVE, MARRIAGE OCCUPY SOLONS 'owa Senate-Passes Bill to Put Teeth in Laws on Alimony. DES. MOINES, (.TV--Iowa's legislature had love and 'marriage n'oblems on its hands today, the louse adding to its file a measure .o outlaw heart balm suits while the senate at the same time passed a proposal putting teeth in the alimony laWS. : . -:· Also before the house was/ a measure to repeal the unemployment compensation act adopted ay the special legislative session in December. The same bill would rewrite the act placing its complete administration in the state department of labor. \ Tackling Iowa's alimony problems, the senate passed a bill to provide a 30 day jail sentence foi "wilful disobedience of divorce and alimony decrees." Dornn Sponsors Act, Senator L. H. Dorah (H) of Boone, sponsor of the measure said it will "impress upon bridegrooms that their obligations do not cease when they say, ' I , d o . ' 1 * All too often, divorced men marry a' second time, forgetting t h e j ever brought children into · the world and refuse to follow cour orders for supporting them." The senate hoppers received 12 new bills Wednesday, including one providing a ?1,000 fine or six months imprisonment for contempt of the supreme court, and another to reduce the state liquor permit book price to 2? cents. The senate judiciary committee which introduced the supreme court contempt bill explained there was a defect in the law, and cited the case of Norman Baker, formei Muscatine cancer treatment hospi- tal'operator, who received only a S50 fine and a day's jail sentence lor' supreme court contempt. Outlaws Heart Balm Suits, The house bill to ban causes ol action for breach of promise.and alienation of affections was sponsored by Hep. Charles L. BecUler (D) of Waterloo. Besides barring such actions, the bill also would prevent the filing of seduction charges involving females of more Lhan 21 years of age, and would Levy stiff fines and prison terms for violation of its provisions. In rewriting the unemployment a s s i s t a n c e a c t Representative Seckler and co-sponsors, Milton Strickler (R) of Des Moines and Oscar Johnson ( D ) ' o f . Kanawha, propose to use the general setup )s created by the special session, aut to further revise Jt to embrace employers of one or more persons within\ its protective provisions The present law includes only employers W eight or Tnore.v.;.'"-? "~ '" Pooled Compensation 'rundjv The bill further provides for t straight pooled compensation func built up by employers without deductions for.steady employment and would.. gi%;e the state labor commissioner a -salary, of $5,pO( yearly for administering' the ac which now'is directed by a special' board. · * ' ' '·' .' ' ' The senate ; passed and sent to the house a bill to provide for re mission of taxes on stocks in closed banks and one by Senato Roy Stevens (D) of Ottumwa, t permit refinancing of . municipa utility bonds. Stevens said his main object it the bill was to allow the Ottumw municipal waterworks to refinanc a ?300,000 bond issue. . ; 2 Holding Concerns Decide to Drop Fight Against Registration NEW YORK, C.^J--The first realc in the utility front against egistration under the utility act f 1D35 came Tuesday a s . N o r t h American company and American Vater Works and Electric coin- any, both big holding concerns, nhounced tlieir intention to rcg- 1 ster with the securities and ex- hange commission. Both concerns 'also revealed heir intention o£ dropping law- uits which had been initiated vith a view to preventing enforcement of the act. Lord Lurgan Dies. : LONDON, (fP)--Lord Lurgan chairman of the fashionable Ril and Carletori hotels since 1D2I died Wednesday. He ; would hav been 69 years, old Thursday. \ FIRST PRIZE! This New Model DELTA Power Scroll Saw . . . . 7 Additional Valuable Prizes. · "· CONTEST Enter at Once -- No Obligation --' Nothing to Buy -. No Entry Fee. If You Have No Entry B l a n k , Please Mail Us a Card or Letter Stating What You Have to Enter. FREE GIFT TO EACH ENTRANT FEBRUARY 25-26-27 Is the Date Set For the WOODWORKERS' SHOW . . . Which Will Be Held ot CURRIE-VAN NESS STORE We are very anxious for a large group of · entries, the more there are the better the show. However, time is getting ihorr, and we have to arrange for room for the display, so please get your entry blank or letter to us at once. Van Ness #7 TARIFF PROGRAM TO HAVE BATTLE Republican Senators Ready to Oppose Extension Given in House. WASHINGTON, JP) -- Republican senators decided Wednesday to challenge the administration's policy of making trade treaties with other- nations on constitu- .ional grounds. The subject came before the senate finance committee after the house voted 283 to 100 Tuesday to extend .the president's reciprocal trade power for-three years. Representatives of a nearly unanimous republican opposition in the senate were primed to question Francis Bl Sayre; assistant secretary of state, at a three day hearing. They contend that, in assuring some nations internal taxes on their products would not be changed, the president's treaty- makers invaded the rights of congress and that the resulting pacts therefore were unconstitutional. Republican attempts to amend the bill'failed in tlie house. CREST OF RIVER DROPS SLOWLY Flood Fear Is Still Kept. Alive Along Valley of Mid-Mississippi. MEMPHIS, Tenn., (.V)--As if determined to gain by siege what they failed to win by assault, ponderous crests kept flood fear alive along the .mid-Mississippi today by stubborn refusal to speed their almost imperceptible southward crawl. Trie * river fell slowly above Memphis but in this sector record levels remained unchanged h o u r after hour while the brown tide edged higher downstream to New Orleans, forcing 'more evacuations. The Memphis district office of the army engineers warned the top of the flood is "very flat" and the river will stand near its crest here for several days. As long as this situation prevails the remorseless pressure on the overtaxed levees may force, a major breach at any time. Confident of Winning. The engineers remained confident they would win their fight but explained sluggishness o f ' t h e crests made imperative's ceaseless vigil along the dikes from here to Helena, Ark. Rehabilitation went ahead at quickened pace in the Ohio valley and the lists of homeless shrunk while residents moved back into their homes there, but in the Mississippi valley the spreading waters swelled tributaries and routed hundreds of lowlanders. The stage at Memphis has remained nearly constant for the last 24 hours and may remain at its peak level of around 48.65 for the next lew days. Root, in U. S. Navy, Buried at Hampton HAMPTON--Funeral services [pr Joe Hoot, 35, who died of heart disease at Washington, D. C., were held Tuesday afternoon at the home of his sister, Mrs. F. L. Hect- ick. The Rev. W. C. Cleworth, pastor of the Methodist church, vas in charge of the services and urial was at Hampton. Joe Root, son of Frank and Minnie Root, was born in Franklin county in 1801 and, when a child, moved with his parents to Hampton. Since 1919 he was a member of the United States navy. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. F. L. Hedrick and Mrs. Mary Beyer of Hampton, and Mrs. Ella 'Goot of La Jplla, Cal., and four brothers, Jake of '.Geneva, Charles of Mason City, Frank of Toronto, Ont, and John ; of Moline, 111. Death List at 436. While the death list stood at 436 along the flood's destructive path through' the Ohio and Mississippi valleys, Red Cross officials said the refugee t o t a l remained almost stationary not far below 1,01)0,000* The removal of hundreds of families along backed up tributaries in Arkansas, northern Louisiana and Mississippi tended :o offset tlie number returning to homes further north. Pope Observes Start of Lent With Health Comparatively Good VATICAN CITY, (IP) -- Pope Pius XI observed .the start of the holy season' of lent Wednesday with his health in comparatively good condition. The holy father's rest during the night was described -as rather better than usual and he was able to receive further electrical treatment of the type which has improved his circulation in the pest The pontiff told prelates he wanted his illness to make no difference in .the lenten observance and that he would take as mud of his usual part as possible. Waterworks Head ... at Waterloo Takes Own Life With Gun W A T E R L O O , (/P)-- George Shoemaker; 54, general managci of the Waterloo municipal waterworks, was found dead in his car from self inflicted bullet wounds five miles, east of here. He was secretary of the Waterloo 1 Rotary chib and a-prominent member ol the Sunnyside Country club arid Elks, lodge here. His wife and a son survive. Prof. Mabie Given , Leave of Absence · IOWA CITY, (£)--President Eugene A. Gilmore granted a leave of absence for the remainder of the semester'to Prof. E. C. Mabie director of the University of Iowa theater. Professor Mabie will do research in about 30 university theaters under a Rockefeller.foun- dation, grant. He will leave here this month. LABOR VIEW ON LAW IS STATED u,ewis Hands Statement to Iowa .Senate's Social Security Group. DES MOINES, (fPj--J. C. Lewis state labor federation president Tuesday handed the senate socia security committee organized labor's view on how the legislature should rewrite the slate unemployment compensation law. Lewis proposed that adminis tration of the measure be taken from a state commission am placed with -the state bureau o labor. He also opposed provision in the present law which wouk reward through tax reduction employers, .with steady employ ment records. · ; The labor leader'said the pres cut law, passed at a special leg islalive session, might be "open t challenge" on the ground that th assembly which enacted it did no have a full membership. WOI Io\va Slate College Station Ames. Iowa (640 Kilocycles) Globe-Gazette Radio News and Time-Table KGLO Mason City Globe-Gazette Msnn City, lojva (1210 Kilocycles) WEDNESDAY NIGHT WHO NBC Red Network 6:00 News, P. G. and E. 6:05 Rudolph Friml Jr.'s Orch. 6:15 Sports Review, D e c k e r Bros. 6:30 Dinner Hour 6:45 Diamond City News 7:00 News, Currie-Van Ness 7:05 Garner Sales 7:10 Supper Dance Melodies 7:^5 Review oi the Markets 7:30 Sons of the Pioneers 7:45 Key Kyser's Orch. 8-.00 News, Marshall and Swifts 8:05 Dance and Sing 8:31) Radio Night Club 9;00 News, Highway Oil Company 9:05 Green Bros. Orch. 8:30 Evening Dance Parade 0:00' News, First National Bank- 0:05 Melodeers 0:15 Slumber Hour : 0:30 Swing Time .1:00 News, Pritchard Motor Co. .1:15 Goodnight THURSDAY,'FEB. 11 6:00 Sunup Serenade 7:00 News; Mason City F-u r Shoppe 7:05 Musical Clock 7:45 Mei'kel's .Musical Clock 8:00 Lyons' Musical Clock 8:15 Musical Clock and Program Resume 8:30 Mier Wolf's Melody Time 9:00 Voice of Damon's 9:30 Jack Sprat's Food Stores Time an 1 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. The Rev. D. L. Kratz 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 12:30 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 i.OO Reading Hie Globe-Gazette 4:15 Tea Time Tunes 4;45 Mason City Public Schools 5:00 Globe-Gazette 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 6:30 Dinner Hour 7:00 News; Currie-Van Ness 7:05 Kanawha Community News 7:10 Supper Dance .Melodies" 7:25 Review of the 'Markets ,, 7:30 Sons of the Pioneers 7:45 Kay Kyser's Orch.,' 8:00 News; Marshall and Switt .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 KGLO-State Theater Talen Quest 10:00 News, First National Bank 10:05 Melodeers 10:15 Slumber Hour 10:30 Swing Time 11:00 News, Abel and Son 11:15 Rhythm Makers 11:30 Red Cross Benefit, Nationa Broadcasting Company 1:00 Goodnight Thursday, Feb.'. 11 6:45 Timing In ; 7:00 Matins 7:20 News IVotes 7:30 The Music Shop »:00'Ncws I B:0n The Music Shop (emit.) «MO Midwest · Markets 0:00 News H:o:i "The Runaways,'^ Tluth G a t v i n 9:30 Midwest M a r k e t * 10:00 "MakinK the Best nf It" 10:30 Midwest Markets lt:05 Debate: "Pure Food jmd Dmg Laws" 11:50 Police Bulletins 12:00 Wildlife School of Hie Air 12:15 Midwest Maikels 12:35 Cov. Nelson G. Kraschel 1:10 Carl NCUOE'J Orchestra 1:30 Midwest Market* 2:00 "Sight Without Eyrs v 2:S r. S. C. Dcpt. of Music 3:00 Wows . ' 3:05 iMasterwork 3:30 Pqbtlc Attain 4:00 Junior Academy of Science ' 4:15 Address: R. C. Pollock 4:« News 5:15 Iowa Hlctl School Basketball 5:30 Sisn Off Herring in Favctf of Reorganizing: Courts WASHINGTON, (JP) -- Senator Clyde L. Herring, democrat, of Iowa, said Tuesday that "in a general issue" he is in favor of the president's proposal for reorganizing, the federal judiciai-y. He added, however, he will "take no definite position until the measure has been thoroughly debated." Iowa Job Taxes Paid. DES MOINES, (/P)--Garrit Roelofs, director of the Iowa unemployment compensation commission, said employers have paid 5336,865 in unemployment taxes. The commission has estimated that between two and three million dollars will be paid before the deadline, Feb. J5.' AUNT HET By Robert Quillen "I never turn the radio on when I'm liavin' a dinner party. The only times I ever tried it, the man started tellin' why folks needed his pills." wcco Columbia Broadcasting System ^ l i n n e a p o l f ^ - S t . P a u l Central S t a n d a r d T i m i mi) K i l o c y c l e s ) Des a i o i n e y , Iowa C e n t r a l Standard Time UQUti Kilocycles) T h u r s d a y , Feb. I I fi:15 Time SiRUfOs ' 6;4.i Commercial Program 7:00 Air Almanac 7:IS Junior Broadcasters Cdlh Tt.10 Musical v Chimcs R:30 Time Signals R:45 Gene And Glenn 9:00 Betty And Bob 9:15 Modern Cinderella 9:30 Betty Crocker 9:45 John K. Watklns . 10:00 Organ 10:15 Hugh Asplnwall 10:3ft Big Sister io;45 Homcmafcers Exchange 11:00 The Gumps 11:15 Between the Bookends 11:30 Kitty Kcene. Inc. 11:45 Ma Perkins 12:00 Berch and Warhmr 12:15 One Girl in n Million 12:30 Hope Aldcn's Romance 12:45 Aunt Jenny l:io Calendar Notes 1:15 School of the Air 1:45 Myrl and Manre 2:00 Mnrkclr. Police 2:15 News; Stack* 2:30 Dr. W. A. O'Brien 2:4r Coolidfic Siring Quartet .1:0(1 Lndie* First ^:3«l Musical 3:45 Hello PCRS^ t:00 Questions lipfnre Congress 4:IS All Hands on Deck 4.V10 Schedule; Ltvwiocfc 4:45 Wilderness Ttoad 5:00 Patt: Ciiapln 5:15 Front Page Parade 5:30 Jack Armstrong 5:45 Renfrew of the Mounted fiiOO Easy Aces 6:15 Bookshelf R:3(t Alexander WoollcoU fl:45 Boakc Carter 7:00 Bandwagon 8:00 Major Bo\ves 9:00 Floyd Gibbons 9:30 ^^a^ch of Time 10:00 Poetic Melodies 10:15 Ncwstlme JQ;3Q RolUe Johnson; Repor(s 10:45 Frank Gordon's Orel). 11:00 Henry Ha UI cad's Orcli. 11:30 Benny Meroff's Orch. 11:45 Vincent Lopez and Orch. Thursday, Feb. M. 5:45 Al Clauscr and His Oklahoma Outlaws _ ' ' 6:(W Sing, Neighbor, Sing J:15 Musical ClocK Farm News i Almanac of the Air :00 Chore Gang: 7:15 Hardware News ::IQ Musical Fashion Notes i:00 Gene ami Glenn S:15 Musical Clock i;'JO Morning Melodic* 9:15 Hymns of All Churches 9:30 B = Uy and Bou ~:4.f Today's Children. NBC 0:(H1 David Harinn. NBC ·:15 Backstage .Wife. NBC :3U MonUcello Parly Line :45 Belly Moore Triangle Club -.no Kitty Kcenr. Inc. 1:13 StOL-y o£ Mnry Mtu-liu, NBC ;3U National Farm and Home Hour. NBC :2t) Commercial ;ii-osram 2:45 Now* Broadcast :(10 Girl in a Million :t5 Mti5ic.il Almanac ,:30 Market Ilcporl . :4S Judy and J;»ne 2:00 Pepper YOUIIR'K Family, NBC 2:15 Ma Perkins. NBC 2:30 Vic and Snde. NBC 2:-M The O'Ncilta. NBC . 3:00 G e o r g e Hesabcrger's Orchestra. NBC 3:30 Way "Down East 3:45 The G u i d i n g Light. NBC 4:00 While the City Sleeps, NBC 4:15 Househunt Hannah 0 Household Program '. ,, . Revue 4:55 Bulletin* S;00 Pop Concert 5:30 Jack Armstrong 5:4.5 Sunset Corners Oprlp fi:00 An;os 'n' Andy, NBC R:15 Vocal Vartettc.s. NBC (5:30 Penti News Reporter B:40 Sports New.? B:4.T Diamond Citv News :00 Rudy Vallce, NBC 8:00 Showboat. NBC 9:00 BEng Crosby. NBC 0:00 Dance Rlivtlims 0:15 News o::tO Tlie Mansion of Dream," 0:35 Hotel Stevens Orchestra, NBC 1:00 Park Central Hotel Orchestra NBC 1:30 Hotel AmbaF.sador Cocoanut Grove Orchestra, NBC RADIO RAMBLER RADIO, STAGE AND SCREEN JOIN IN SUPER-BROADCAST Radio, stage and screen will join hands for the Red Cross in one of the nation's greatest and most glamorous broadcasts - late Thursday night. Funds obtained from the broadcast will be t u r n e d over to the American Red Cross for the relief of midwest flood sufferers. Participating stations and artists are donating time and talent. More than 100 stars of the entertainment world, assembled at tables of a "super night club" on the world's biggest theatrical stage in Radio City music hall, will entertain America for two hours over the combined networks of the Columbia Broadcasting system, the National Broadcasting company, and the Mutual Broadcasting system. The broadcast 'will be heard from 11:30 p. m. to 1:30 a. in. Heads of the three.network or- KGLO IN BROADCAST KGLO will become one of the affiliated stations in the huge benefit broadcast given by the Red Cross for flood sufferers Thursday n i g h t and will broadcast the benefit from 11:30 to 1 o'clock. WMT NBC Blue Network Cedar R a p i d s and W a t e r l n c Central S t a n d a r d Tin (Mil K i l o c y c l e * ) :anizations and outstanding pro- through the presence of sucii comics as Bob Hope, Jimmy Durante, Bert Lahr, Beatrice Lillie, George JesscI, Imogene Coca, and many others from radio, stage and screen who will be announced as program arrangements are completed. In the realm of the dance, performers include members of the Metropolitan Ballet, Tamara, and Milzt Mayfair; in the matter of novelties. Borrah MinnevltcU · will conduct his famous harmonica band. Louis Sobol and other Broadway columnists are promi~ nently included in the cast lineup. J. J. Shubert, Sam Harris, Howard Dietz, Leonard. Sillnian, Arthur Schwartz, Billy Rose, Georgfc S. Kaufman, Marc Connelly and Richard- Rodgers are among the producers, playwrights and song writers on the committee. Members handling broadcast arrangements are William S. Paley, president of the Columbia Broadcasting system, Lenox R. Lolir, president of the National Broadcasting company, and Aifred McCosker, WOR president and board chairman of the Mutual Broadcasting system. Sally Foster will sing- the beautiful sang, "Red Sails in the. Sunset," during the "Musical Almanac" program over AVHO at 1:15 Thursday afternoon. * * « "POETIC MELODIES" PAYS TRIBUTE TO ABE LINCOLN "Poetic Melodies" will pay tribute to the memory o£ Abraham Lincoln , Thursday from 6 o'clock to, 6:15 in an unusual broadcast over the Columbia network. Jack Fulton opens the program singing the old favorite, "Long, Long Ago" and this will be followed by Franklyn MacCormack's reading of a little known poem, "In Hardin County, 1809." duc-ers, playwrights and song "Tenting: Tonight" will then he Thursday, Kfb. 11. ·S:30 Tall Corn Time 6:1S Albert Mills Program li:30 Family Altar 7:00 Ncwstiine 7:10 Musical clock 8:00 Tim flr.iify and His Round-Un 0:30 Frank Voclker, oruanist 8:50 Women In the News 8:55 Police Blotter 8:00 Morning Neivsrast 3:15 Louise Hatliawsy 9:30 Mominz Melodies 9:45 Magic Kitchen 0:00 Market* 0:03 Melody Mountaineers 0:15 The Happy Chappies iO:2, Stories from Lite 10:30 Vic and Sade .0:45 Edward MacHuch I Ll:00 Stories from Life 11:15 Lou Webu at the Organ n.-atMYMT German Band 11:45 Noonday Newscast U:55 Cedal- Valley Hillbillies 12:10 Question Man 12:20 Voice of Iowa 12:30 Markets U:J5 Cedar Valley Hillbillies 12:45 Joe rjoakea 12:.ir) 'Aunt Fanny 12:S3 Iowa Cornhuskcrs 1:05 Many Happy neturns l : l n Iowa Comliuskers 1:15 WMT German Band 1:30 Bill Brown "The Movie Man" 1:15 Commercial Program 2:nn Izzy on the Air 2:0.) Tea Time Tunes 2:15 Esther Vela's Orchestra 2:4"i Sammy Kayo's Orchestra 3:15 Reporter of Odd Facts 3:20 Tunes .1:30 Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs SL'lf, Young H i c k o r y 4:I)H Noble Cain and A Cappella Choiv 4:30 Freshest ThinR in Iowa 4:45 Helen Jane Bchlko P:00 Cozy Corners 5:15 Who's Whn in High School Basket- hall , 5:30 EvcninB Newscast 5:45 Orphan Annie fi:00 Easy Aces 6:15 Original, Jesters fi:30 Frank Voelker. organist 6:10 Final Edition fi:45 Dinner Dance Music 7:00 Eambergor Symphony 7:30 Guy Lombardo Orchestra 8:00 WMT Bandwacon 8:15 Cedar Rapids Boy Scouts Meeting 8:30 America's Town Meeting £1:30 Tehel's Bohemians 9:45 NBC Jamboree 10:00 Band 10:15 Ncwstlme lfl:3tl Ted Wcems Orchestra 11:00 Benny Goodman Orchestra 11:30 Broadway Red Cross Flood Relief Program l:nn Sicn Off writers are on the arrangements committee. The artists taking part in the program and numbering more than a hundred wilt be seated about tables on the stage. A spotlight will flash cues to almost every stage, screen and radio star in New York. Music will be conducted by such celebrated band leaders as Fred ^Varinc, Leo Keis- inaii and Guy Lombardo and Erno Rapec; songs offered by Irene I'lircell, William Gaxton, Ethel Merman, Dennis King, Cobina Wright, and a host of radio stars to be announced later. Mayor LaGiyirdia and other prominent figures from public life will take their places among such famous theatrical notables as Helen Hayes, Noel Coward, Maria Abba, Evelyn Laye, Ilutli Gordon, Dudley Dhjecs, Vincent Price, Blanche Yurka, Roland Younp, John Halliday, Francinc Larrimore, Reginald Gardner, Grace ! George, Helen Chandler, Sir Ccfl- | ric Hardwicke, Paul Haakon, j Robert Bard, Bratmvcl! Fletcher, Ernest Trucx, Estclle Taylor and Olga Bachlanoff;' ' ' · - USES LARGE CLOCK Phil Lord uses the largest split second clock in radio. Measuring 18 inches across the face, it is mounted on a special stand to be seen plainly by the guests on his "We. the People" show.' Abundant laughs ' are assured sung by a q u a r t e t accompanied by the orchestra. Immediately following these will be a short dramatic playlet based upon an incident in the life of the great Civil war president, in which MacCor- Tnack will portray the role of the Great Emanciptor. A medley of songs popular during Lincoln's occupancy of tlie presidential chair will close the program. * « * Kuth EUine;, famous blues singer, and Comedian George JesscI will be guests of Lanny Ross on. the Show Boat program Thursday nigUt at 8 o'clock over AVHO when the mythical craft.docks at Baton Rouge, La. Miss Eiling will sing "There's Music in the Air" .and "Goodnight, My Love," the -latter tune from the motion picture "Stowaway." JesscI will engage in one of his typical telephone conversations with his mother, · also singing an original comedy song. Among the tenor solos to be presented by Lanny Ross will be "Serenade in the Night." Al Goodman's ; .6rche!sira. will play a number 'of /popular hits. F a v o r i t e V a l e n t i n e Q U A L I T Y 1 I R V I C 1 » A T I S r A C T I O N A B E L SON INC A T N U M B E R S E V E N S O U T H F E D E R A L Phil Baker, tile aceoi'dionist- comic who cannot read a note, has composed the music for a new tune titled "Devotion." Lyrics are by n member ot his script staff, Hal Block. Mark Warnow is in- trodufung the number. , »i«I^^TM^ H^^P ii^l Becker! PURE PORK SAUSAGE L I N K S YOUR DECKER DEALER HAS IT

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