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THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1943 problem of aid to dependent chi crei). He recommended careful stud 4 of the school code commission report "to the end that such pr ; gressive and beneficial chaii"i iWiay be made in our school pro Sram as may, in your judgmen be required." One of the fields for improve merit m government, he said is th long primary ballot, which no sometimes entails "difficulties an confusion" on the part of tli voter. ... " On e,of our greatest potent! Iields of economic progress, Hickenlooper continued, "is that o the industrial use of agricultura nroduets. Its substantial develop ment through constant experimen lation should be encouraged by til state. We should increasingly sup port and strive to obtain the cs tablishment of more industries fa the processing of our products. Of states' rights, Ihe new chief executive hid this to say: "The .federal government has been in; vading the province of (he state - lo au alarming degree. If con- .'linued it can eventually result only in the destruction of local self-government, and bureaucracy can end only in tyranny. - "We can best protect our system ,oy maintaining tho efficiency with ·which it meets the requirements o pur citizens. When state government fails in this respect it invite the encroachment of federal au thority regardless of whether such .authority can solve the problem. - Hicfcenlooper included in his ad dress an appraisal of the state' relation to the war effort. "Usual peacetime activities and commodities have been restricted many thousands of our men am of our women have not a few joined the armed forces! Oui money has been poured out in ever increasing millions to mee the cost, and our fertile fields have responded to the untiring work of our farmers by producim the gi-eatcst volume of food in oui history. "Iowa labor is far below the national record of lost man hours r Our industry has proved its Eemu? *nd ability to produc far beyond quotas or expectations." * * ¥ Prior to his elevation lo the governorship, H i c fc e n I o oper was lieutenant governor for four years, and before that he was slate representative from Linu county for four years. =S V ¥ Although not formally inau"u- rated until Thursday afternoon lie has been governor in fact since Wednesday morning when Wilson departed for Washington to take up new duties as United States senator. Wilson's last official act was delivery of his biennial message to the assembly Tuesday afternoon. . The liberal use of American IJags m the decoratipns, and lar°e :Vs" for victory, made of evergreen and hung in the rotunda and in the house chamber, emphasized the patriotic note for the day's activity. ^The customary inaugural recep- II You Get Up Nights You Can't Feel Right ^ussfSKtssas -TM--T your __ tntr 9nrf T--.»,---slr^T** -.., el] D u SB 111 RllfT- »cne, or swollen ankles, due to nan-opera*iir ires°°v;5?n teml f ffldn " ."VSfidfer ffSi tion, honoring tlte new chief executive and first lady, other elective state officials and their wives, and former governors and their wives, was scheduled for 8 p. m. in the governor's office suite in the statehouse. Osage Man Returns From Panama Duty OSAGE--Lieut. Cyril C. Green son o£ Mrs. Perle Green, arrived Wednesday afternoon, to visit his mother and sister, Mrs. Palmer of Osage. Lieutenant Green flew from Panama Canal Zone, last week :o liis home at Omaha, in less than 48 hours, a distance of about i,800 miles, and encountered a .emperature change of nearly 100 degrees during the journey. Leav- ng Panama, the temperature was '0 degrees--Omaha registered S ielow zero. Lieutenant Green, a finance of- icer, has been on foreign duty for iS months, and helped organize he finance offices at Trinidad British Guinea, and Dutch Guinea' ·Vhilc in Dutch Guinea, he with 11 buddies, captured 1 6 nazi spies and took over a nazi boat and for souvenirs picked up swastikas Jictures of Hitler, and, the like! 3utch Guinea, he said, was quite ro-nazi. Hitler visited there in '936 on a good will tour. Lieutenant Green says that 5 anama is now well guarded, and hat if they had been attacked the same as Pearl Harbor, they would save suffered the same fate. That can never happen now, however 10 says. Lieutenant Green's wife and wo children, Mary Gayle, aged 4 and Stuart, age 2, are in Omaha having lived in their home there since last June. Stuart was born n Panama. Lieutenant Cyril Green has a day . leave, and will complete PROBE OF FLYNN IS CONSIDERED May Ask Senate to Grant Subpena Powers .WASHINGTON, (/P)-- The for eign relations committee ma' have to ask the senate for sub pena powers if it is called on t investigate complaints against th appointment of Edward J. Flynn retiring democratic national chair man, as minister to Australia and ambassador to the southwes Pacific. Chairman Connally (D.-Tex. told reporters that "we don't hav any money to pay witnesses s a the subpena question arose suppose we would have to ask for passage of a resolution." Flynn had told Connally he de- red to have Mayor Fiorello H La Guardia of New York Citj testify for him, but LaGuardia later told reporters he did not plan to do so unless he was sub- penaed. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE . Connally said the had received several committee communi . us furlough with amily in Omaha. his wife and 'Shot Down One Zeke -Send Beer," Reports Australian Airman S O M E W H E R E IN N E W GUINEA, (U.R)--M o s t Australian Jilots would rather be caught Ily- ng a kite than an outmoded commonwealth wirraway plane when Japanese zero fighter shows up ut Pilot Officer John C. Archer lot down the zero. Aussie airmen - say you can't et a wirraway to move fast with- ut getting out and pushing it, nd its machine guns are like pitballs against first class fight- rs. It is actually only the equiva- ent of an advanced pursuit ·ainer. After his victory,'Archer wired is airdrome near Buna.- "Shot own one zeke--send six bottles * beer." He nnd his gunner. Flight Sgt. · Coulstpn of Brisbane, were re- Dnnoitering over a wrecked Jap ansporl off Gona beach when ey saw a single zero below them, rchcr swooped down, his forward -uns chirping like an angry can- y attacking a hawk. The zero ashed into the sea and Archer n home. 3uy Cash Register nd Discover $3.65 PALM SPRINGS. Cat. f/P)--The :gh school bought a used cash Jgister for its cafeteria. A student pressed one of the eys. experimentally. The drawer popped open--dis- aying S3.6a in nickels, dimes, uarters and half-dollars. One Group of DRESS SHIRTS Values to S1.S5 DRESS SOCK 5 pair $1 .00 One Group DOLLAR TIES 2 for $j|.oo Many Dollars Can Be Saved in Our January Clearance Our First Aim is to flcasc You P RUSIA DILLON 109 South Federal _ , _._ . u ^ . ^ t u j v w j J J J i J W J i / -- cations protesting against confirmation of Flynn, but expected no formal complaints until the group meets Friday. Senator Bridges (R.-N. H.) who has taken the lead in criticism of the Flynn appointment told a press conference- he was prepared to lay before the senate several charges in connection with Flynn's record which he outlined in a mimeographed statement. He suggested that members of a grand jury which looked into charges that a courtyard on Flynn's Lake Mahopac, N. Y., estate was paved with New York City materials and labor be callec before the foreign relations commit tee. Bridges also said he believed the committee ought to ask Secretary of State Hull, Undersecretary of State Welles and Adolphe Berlc, assistant secretary of state who succeeded Flynn as chancellor of the city of New York whether they approved · of the $10,000 a year nomination. MESSAGES SENT TO SULLIVAN Wallace Lauds Spirit Displayed by Parents WATERLOO, (/P)--Henry \ Wallace, vice president of the United States, Wednesday afternoon congratulated Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Sullivan of Waterloo for their display of "marvelous spirit after receiving the news that their five sons, 20 to 29 years old were listed by the navy Tuesday as "missing in action" following sinking of the U. S. S. Juneau in the Pacific Nov. 14. The telegram was addressed to Mr. Sullivan and reads' "Guy Gillette U. S. senator from Iowa) and I were talking Wednesday night about the marvelous spirit which you and your wife have displayed in facing one of the most extraordinary tra»- cdies which has ever been met by any family in the United State?. "It is the spirit of the Sullivans which will enable the united nations to gain a complete victory" From all corners of the nation other messages of sympathy come Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan. // Paul Bunyan --Gone to War" VISALIA, Cat.. (P)~-That 25- ton sequoia log which, for months Sculptor Carroll Barnes has been lashioning into a giant-size statue of Paul Bunyan must stand unfinished, amid its chips lor the duration. Barnes, of Three Rivers, Cal will be inducted into the army Jan. 19. Meanwhile, around the half-formed neck of the 16 foot tall legendary logsman's replica will hang this sign: "Paul Bunyan--gone to war." NEW STAMPS SOLD WASHINGTON, iVP)--Tile Cii'st two sheets ot united nations stamps, a new two-cent issue of the post office department, were sold Thursday to Secretary ot Slate Hull. Postmaster General walker called at the state department to deliver hem. AIR YA LISTENIN? 'First Line" Battle Sounds Arc Real McCoy When you hear battle sounds on the KGLO-CBS program. i? ' J'f f T hursday night at 9), you can be sure they re the real thing. Producers of the outstanding U S w * * * * * * #navy show keep strictly up-to- date on the sounds, from the drone of bomber motors to the percussion of aerial cannon fire. The fighter plane noises now heard on "The First Line" are ,1300 K I L O C Y C L E S Thursday P. M. I:3U Are You s. Genius? CBS l:M Ben Bernie, IVrijIey Cum. CBS !:» Troutauoor:, CBS ·:IS J o h n Sebastian and Ills Harmonica CBS . i:30 One Hundred Million Question! CB :13 The World Today. CBS i:UO News of the Nation, p G 1; T. i:l5 Harry James. cbmetHeldi, CBS «::iu KGLO Forum «:IU Hours Ahead li:45 Sports Camera 7:«l Meet Corliss Archer. CBS 7::iu Eventide Echoes Mi Ne»» ot Ihe World, Vance Musi Company 8:00 Allen Soli's Symphony of Melody X:\Ut Wartime Livestock troduclion ~ 13 The Hint's Hen V .W The First Line. Wriiley Cum. CES H:'JII Public Atlilti, CBS ^:4.'» Treasury SUr Parade 0:«* KveniQE ,Vews Bonndup First Na tional Bank Guy Lombardo's Orchestra, CBS Carmen C«vallar«'s Orchestra CBS 1:00 Press News. CBS l:ll.i Del Courtney's Urcheslra. CBS 1::JU Xeil Bondshu's Orchestra CBS S:i»l tress News. CBS ' - ·' OH Friday 0 D*wt* Patrol, includiur ?Iarketi 5 Moulin* Xews Roundup. Glote-Ga zette 7:00 Ciretll Products Program 7:1-* BJbJ* Broadcast, Radio Cbxpcl :^i Keep Time with Damon's ;lft: Toda.r in Ojae* :*5 Morninc Bible Hour, K«v. Mr I'riiice jlM Clnr Lake on th« Air ;l!» MoriMtif Cotiee/l' :y() Cheerful Little Eartu], Tidy House Proiluci.« 3:lr, Bachelor's Childreu. Wonder Bread CBS News Digest, Jacob E. Decker and Son* 0:1.-. Waltz Time l):::il Meet ILe Hand U:13 llonae Towu N'ews, low* S h o Broktrare Kate Smith Speaks, General Foods CBS I : l i Myster? Melody Game l;:tft Farm front, iocluitiag Markets ^:I." Hits and Bit* « Front Paye N'eivj, Morraln Feed .~ North American Insurance » Mfd-eay Review 1 Voun e Dr. Malime. Geueral Foods CBS l:t." Accent an Mnsic ::j(l We Love and Ltarn. General Foots CBS ' T:1.1 Caesar Pelrillo's Orchestra. CBS -:iu American Spirit -i:t-"I Sine Along. CBS -liau School of (he Air. CBS 1:00 Press News. CBS t:l."i Green V»llej-. U. S, A.. CBS 5:'-jn Exploring Music, CBS J:l."» Mountain Music, CBS 1:041 Mailbac I:J* Are You a Genius? CBS 1:13 Ben Bernie. \Vri;iey Gum, CBS :lMl Tea Time Tune* -::m Neighborhood Call :IS The World Today. CDS :00 News of tbt Nation, P. G. A F. :l.1 Our Secret Weapon. Philco CBS ::m KGLO For am ;;4H Hours Ahead i:W Sports Camera. :ti ° £l*5 Smiu » frotram. General Foods. CBS : r:30 Adventnrcs'of Ibe Thin M»n G«n- «ral Foods. CBS :.7.1 Oi-ran Inf«r'u!le Ml Playhouse. Philip M.rrU. CBS .-.til Ne«s of the World. Vance Muiic Company :M Su!lier. of the I*rejis :lll Comedy Caravan. Camels CBS :IS Bobby.Tuclcr's Voices. CBS :l»l Eveninc News Roundup :-i Guy Lornbirdo's Orrheslra. CBS :3G Abe layman's Orchestra CBS :tll Press Xews, CBS '·!!": !'.'*, Ray """""'s Orcbestra, CBS :30 V»l Ernie's Orcheslr»; CBS :1XI Press News. CBS Siln Oil NBC 'BED NETWORK 1010 Kilocycles THURSDAY EVENING :00 Sundown Serenade ' :I5 Wuu-s of tlic World :30 News .T,» Cofa-c Time 1 :30 Aldridi Family :OD Music Hall :30 Arkansas Traveler :t0 .Abbott and Co-;iello :3t Miircli of Tiwi- :00 V r ictoo p Tune Time M."* News :.10 ^fc«·s Reporter :1S Treasury Star Parade ·.·JO Hews 1 1 M 5 Music: War News 11:00 Swins Shift .Matinee 12:30 Sign Off FK1DAY .UOR.VI.VC 5:30 Sam Morris 5:« Po» Stover's Canr; 6:00 Heaven and Home 6:15 Ken ami Slim 0:30 Farm News H:J5 Jerry and Zclda 7:00 News 7:13 Time lo Shine 7:30 News 7:45 Uncle Sinn R:0( Zditn Dunham Webber 3:15 A\i?tin al the Orran «:30 cnil n ,,rl llelc,, R:4r» Aunt Jcnny !:0(] Jerry and 'Zclfla ' . 30 Help Mats 4S Lone Journey 10:00 Road of l.jfr H Vic and Satle 3O Snow Village 10:4ri Dayld . u.-mmi 11:00 J u d y and J^ne 11:15 B o r d e r l a n d Buekaroni not those heard a year ago. New plane types haye come into use been and heiv recordings have made. Co-operating with the navy, CBS secured sound tracks of the latest planes w h e n "The First " Line fresh from the Solomons. The navy flyers pricked was visited by aviators up their ears when they heard the battle noises. T h e y listened carefully, then exclaimed: "That's the real McCoy!" * * * Paralysis Drive The fight against infantile paralysis for 1943 will be officially opened on KGLO-CBS Thursday night at 9:30, w h e n Basil O'Connor, president ot the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, gives an address. This talk will get the new year's campaign against the scourge under way, throughout the United States, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the Canal Zone. The president's birthday ball Jan. 39 climaxes the drive. · Note well the paralysis campaign theme: '-Tomorrow's America w^ll be as strong as today's children." Last of 100,000,000 Final broadcast ot "One Hundred Million Questions" will be heard on KGLO-CBS Thursday at 5:30. Paul Porter, deputy administrator ofthe OPA, will answer this weet's quota of questions from housewives. * * * Corliss Carries On "Meet Corliss Archer" presents 15 year old Priscilla Lyon, ot Hollywood, as the pre-occupied Miss Archer (Thursday at 7 p m on KGLO-CBS). Pert Corliss winds her daddy completely around her little finger, and causes anxious moments for her next-door "suitor," Dexter. Isn't that always the way of it? Kate Ailing We hear that Kate Smith is ill with a gall bladder ailment. Her tough luck means that Kate will lot appear on her two KGLO- CBS shows ("Kate Smith Speaks" and "Kate Smith Variety Hour") for an indefinite period. The songbird': millions of listeners are wishing her an early recovery. By the way, why not apply Kate's own closing words to her own case? "It you don't write--you're wrong!" H. W. L. * * * Production Credit- Official to Speak SUSPECT HELD IN TRESCA DEATH Italian, Foe of Duce, Is Slain in New York NEW YORK, (U.R)--A gunman with a record of four convictions was held as a material witness Wednesday in the murder of Carlo Tresca, internationally known radical editor and militant enemy of Benito. Mussolini. Carmine Galante of Brooklyn was arrested after state parole officers reported they had seen him, shortly before the time Tresea was murdered, entering an automobile which police later found in the neighborhood of the slaying and believed was the car used by the killer. A parole officer suspicious of Galante had recorded the car's li. cense number when Galante entered it Monday. Tuesday morning he read the newspaper account of Tresca's assassination and found that the license num. ber of the car police had found parked near where Tresca was shot corresponded with the number he had noted down. Tresca was the fiery antifascist editor of "11 Martello" (the hammer.) * # * * * * # * CARLO TRESCA --Slain in New York M. E. Claybur^. secretary- treasurer of the Mason City Production Credit association, will tell KGLO Forum listeners Thursday evenins at 6:30 about the association's recent annual meeting. Stealing Pants Minor ut Taking 10 Lbs. of Coffee's Different DENVER, (/Pj--Police considered 1 waiving prosecution attcr a thief ' surrendered a pair of pants he had stolen from a car-Then they found he also had 10 pounds of coffee. They booked him. Crowd Sees Ickes Car Outside Theater But Can't Gve Gimlet Eye WASHINGTON, (.^--Secretary Ickes' automobile was observed parked in front of a newsreel theater Wednesday night and a lot of people gathered around to give him the old gimlet eye when he came out. When the petroleum administrator appeared, it was not from the newsreel theater, however, but from a radio studio upstairs where he had been broadcasting. The crowd melted away. Royalists Are Implicated in Assassination of Darlan Report Effort Made to Set Up Monarchy in French North Africa L O N D O N , (U.RJ--The British Radio said Wednesday that French royalists, trying to set up a monarchy in north Africa, were believed implicated in the assassination of Admiral Jean Francois Darlan. It quoted the Algiers radio. The democrats, Vichyites and ·oyalists were the three most active political groups in north Africa, and the royalists, who have been trying to get back in sower since the French revolution, strove for the most spectacular results, BBC said Algiers radio had broadcast. United Press Correspondent C. R. Cunningham reported from Algiers several days ago that the trench pretender, the Count o£ Paris, whom the royalists would ike to install as king of France, was walking around openly. * ROYALISTS CONSIDERED DARLAN THEIR FOE NEW YORK, (U.R--Charles Col- ingwopd, the Columbia Broadcasting system's correspondent at allied north African headquar- ers, said Wednesday night in a broadcast that it was "common jossip" that royalists were impli- ated in the assassination of Admiral Jean Francois Darlan, because he would not fall in with their plan to set up a monarchy. "It was the royalists' plan to apitalize on the unsettled condi- lons caused by the allied in- rasion and set up a monarchy in rench north Africa. . . .'· he said. "The candidate for king is the -ount of Paris, and he has been n Algiers under a false name. The oyalists' coup seems to have been imed for Christmas eve, and it is ommon gossip that certain royalists were implicated in the mur- der of Darlan because the admiral refused to play their game. , "But something went wrong . ·and the Count of Paris was never proclaimed king of France. Instead the chance steadily declined. royalists missed their and their stock has Acted in Defense of Beard; Wins Acquittal PITTSBURGH, U.fi--Mike Ezotoff's plea that he acted in defense of his whiskers won him an acquittal on an assult charge. At a celebration of the Russian Orthodox church of Acmetonia Philip Okcn allegedly pulled Ezotoff's flowing beard, and, in defense Ezotoff swung at clean-shaven Oken. In bringing the assault charge, Oken denied the beard- pulling incident, but Ezotoff produced some pulled hairs as evidence. The jury acquitted Ezotoff. 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