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»™™HW««W^HW>W^WS3ft»!K^^ Yule Tree in Storehouse Goes Up in Flames tr£*fn ^ Oi "? 8 '* (l f ) ~ A Christmas tree in the statehouse. from which -warnings of the danger of Christmas tree fires were issued to Iowa citizens during the holidsy season caught fire Wednesday. The 12-foot tree in the statehouse rotunda went up in a flash or name as workmen were removing its decorations. No one was injured, but there was slight damage to a balcony. •., I »v,* W l? Believed that tinsel 2? g « £ re ul n a U S ht socket •et off the blaze. Asks Return of Payment on Home Cedar Rapids, (U.R)—Ralph Osborne said Thursday he wanted his money back. He filed suit in district court for the return of a $100 down payment on a new home he bought from Leslie and Mary Anthony. He also asked $55 in moving costs. When he bought the home, Osborne said, he didn't know it was in the process of being condemned by the city. After World war I the Italian sculptor Alceo Dossena reproduced numerous pieces of Renaissance sculpture and, he said, disposed of them as copies at a slight profit. They were so good, however, that the art dealer sold the copies as originals for fabulous sums 3rd CITY WIDE RALLY FEATURING The GOSPELAIRS Male Quartette From Northcentral Bible Institute, Minneapolis • BARITONE SOLOIST • REV. DUANE HURST Dynamic Youth Speaker MONROE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 7:30 . . . Saturday, January 8 3:00 .... Sunday, January 9 EVERYBODY WELCOME Loses Life Savings in Poker Gome Kansas City, (/P)—A 54 year old man was charged with grand larceny Thursday in connection with a card game in which a retired Georgia merchant said he lost his life savings of $22,500. The charge was placed against Otto Burns, Kansas City. Police Officers John F. Flavin and John P. Clifford, Jr., said Joel Hulsey, 67, Marietta, Ga., reported he put up $22,500 after a chance acquaintance offered to cut him in on winnings in a high stake poker game. The game was between 2 of 3 men Hulsey met at nearby Excelsior Springs, Mo., last December 10. Toft Declines to Reply on Radio to Truman Speech Washington, (fi>) —Senator Taft (R.-Ohio), said Wednesday he has declined invitations of radio chains to give a republican answer to President Truman's state of the union message. In the past Taft, as chairman of the senate republican policy committee, often has replied to Mr. Truman's proposals. The Ohioan was criticized by some of his GOP colleagues for this practice in the battle that preceded his re-election as policy chairman. "I don't want to give a hasty answer to what the president has to propose," Taft told a reporter. "There will be opportunity to reply after we have studied his message carefully." RETAIN HICKENLOOPER Washington, (/P)—Senator B. B. Hickenlooper (R.-Iowa), has been retained on the senate foreign relations committee, it was announced Wednesday. This was despite the fact that due to the democratic majority in the senate, only 5 of the 13 committee members are republicans. California was named for a 16th century writer's dream of a Utopia containing gold, pearls and beau- tibul black Amazons, according to Erwin G. Gudde's "California Place Names." Only 3 Legislators Oppose Hike in Control Board Fund (EDITOR'S NOTE: This is another in a series of stories on prospective legislation during the coming general assembly.) By GERALD BOGAN Iowa Daily Press Writer Des Moines, (IDPA)—Only 3 of the 106 legislators who responded to an Iowa Daily Press association questionnaire oppose increased appropriations for the board of control in order to hire more adequate personnel. Among house members, 6G said yes, 3 no, 5 were undecided and 5 gave no answer. Twenty-five senators said they favored more money for the board of control and 2 did not answer. One house member said he believed the legislature would have to increase appropriations "within reason and with emphasis on the adequate." Another said he favored granting more money but would expect "them to be able to work and not be social tea attend- ers. Double Request Preliminary board of control askings- are nearly double the amount appropriated by the 52nd general assembly. Total askings for department administration, support for the various institutions and capital improvements total $22,652,362, an increase of $10,919,002 over the amount granted by the last legislature. The board asked $255,450 for administrative expense, an increase of $36,850; $10,133,905 for support of the state institutions, up $2,619,145, and $12,363,017 for capital improvements, an increase of $10,919,002 over grants made in 1947. There no doubt will be some trimming of requests before the legislature actually gets the proposed budget for the next biennium. Both Gov. Robert D. Blue and Governor-elect William S. Beardsley have indicated they will cut appropriation askings. Personnel Director The board's requests include a provision for a personnel director for the 2,500 persons employed in state institutions. Board members have said they have been experiencing difficulty in getting top-flight personnel for some key positions in the state institutions because of salary demands. The board also has not been able to hire personnel to fill the positions TEENAGERS TAKE NOTICE! "MUSIC FOR MODERNS" Heard on KXEL at 6:30 P. M. Will Be Moved to 7:00 P. M. Thursdays EFFECTIVE JANUARY 13 Be Sure to Tune in For Your School News! KXEL — 1540 on your dial of director of penal institutions, state industries or child welfare specialist, all of which were auth- orised by the 52nd general assembly. Need for more adequate salaries for institutional employes long has been sought in some quarters. Some legislators say the state's "penny wise, pound foolish" policy of not supplying adequate salaries to attract the right type of personnel has resulted in some of the unrest at institutions. However, salaries have been increased and a maximum of $150 a month for hospital attendants compares favorable with wage scales in other midwestern states. Boy Finances Spree With Dad's Money Newton, N. Car., (U.R)—Carroll Temple, Jr., 15, kept mum Thursday about a 3-month spree in Florida on which his father accuses him of spending $50,000 lifted from the family safe deposit box. The teen-ager hinted that he had a pretty big time, though. When a reporter suggested that people might exaggerate his experiences if he refused to tell about them, young Temple replied: "I don't think you could." Otherwise he had nothing to say about his father's court suit against the First National Bank of Catawba county to recover $50,000 which he claims his son took. Carroll G. Temple, Sr., a Deer distributor, blamed the bank for allowing his son to get at the money in the deposit box. His suit said the boy went on his Florida splurge 18 months ago, when he was just past 14 years old. D. Locke Russell, attorney for elder Temple, said that the boy found his father's personal key to the box in its hiding place at home and then forged his father's name to obtain from the bank a 2nd key necessary to open the deposit chamber. Flies Plane From Behind Iron Curtain Munich, (U.R)—U. S. air force officers reported Thursday that a Hungarian plane carrying 21 passengers and a crew of 4 had fled Hungary and landed at nearby Riem airport. All were interned for questioning by the American counter-intelligence corps. The plane, a 2-engined transport owned by the Hungarian transport company Maszovlet, took off from Pels on a scheduled flight to Budapest. Its gasoline was exhausted when it landed at Munich. One report said everyone in the plane except 3 of the passengers were aware that the pilot intended to seek sanctuary outside the iron curtain. The pilot reportedly told authorities he was anti-soviet. Another report said the refugees roundly denounced the communist government in Budapest when they landed. DeGaulle Predicts Return to Power Paris, (/?) — Gen. Charles De Gaulle predicted Thursday he will come back to power this year, either through elections or ''some shock of incidents." Writing in the weekly paper of his "French peoples party" De Gaulle said: "We began our work for the public welfare in 1947. We grew to an immense force in 1948. We will lead a united French people to victory in 1949." The communists must be held in check, he wrote, and the parties that are "smoothing" France must "be swept away." (Interim Group in Final Meet Draft System for Job Classification Des M o i n e s, (U.R)—The Iowa legislative interim committee held its final meeting Thursday, to draft a bill lor a job classification system for state employes. The committee Wednesday approved a subcommittee recommendation for creation of a job classification council, which would consist of the state executive council. The committee also agreed to loan $10,000 to the new veterans bonus board until it receives funds from the first year's installment of a property tax levy. It turned down a request of the state conservation commission for release of $40,000 for the Cold Springs artificial lake and dam project Cass county. Meantime, the 35 newly-elected republican members of the house of representatives met at a noon "get-acquainted" luncheon called by Rep. James G. Armstrong, (R.- Waterloo), one of the freshman representatives. The luncheon is the first of 5 conferences preceding the convening of the legislature Monday. The most important pre-legisla- Judge fines Self for Being Drunk Harlan, Ky., (U.R)—Circuit Judge Cleon K. Calbert lined himself $10 Wednesday for appearing in court intoxicated. The judge ordered a sweeping investigation of bootlegging in Harlan county last Monday, Out appeared in court Tuesday just long enough to dismiss proceedings for the day. The petit jurors took up a collection to pay the line. Feeding hogs on saves about 16 out ears of corn. a clean floor of every 100 Funeral at Mclntire for Aged North lowan Osaire — Funeral services for Richard Harris, 79, were held Thursday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Geanie Steele at Mclntire. He died Monday at the Mitchell county home. Burial in the Wayne cemetery. He was formerly employed at stores in Mclntire and Riceville. He leaves a brother and a sister. DIES NEAR ALGONA Algona — Funeral services for Mrs. John Erpelding, 70, farm wife southeast of Algona, will be. held Friday at 10:30 a. m. at St. Cecelia's church, the Rev. P. P. Geareii officiating. She died Monday following a heart attack. Surviving , are the husband, 3 sons, Aloysius at home, Alphonse of Sexton and William of Algona, i and a daughter, Mrs. John Penton of Algona. DON'T MISS Now in Progress SAVE 20 to 50°/o SUITS TOP-COATS • OVERCOATS • STORM-COATS MEN'S FURNISHINGS • SPORTSWEAR BOYS' WEAR • SHOES • HATS UNDERWEAR • JACKETS tive meeting will be the caucus of the 79 republican house members Saturday. The republican caucus nominee for speaker is assured of the office, because the house has only 29 democrats. The 3 GOP speaker candidates are G. T. Kuester, Griswold, 1947 speaker; M. F. Hicklin, W a p e 11 o, and Fred Schwengel, Davenport. if G-Men — Action ... (7 p.m.) Government agents and local police pool their efforts to smash an ingenious racket on "F.B.I. In Peace and War." * Mystery-drama . . . (7:30 p.m.) When someone disappears, it's "Mr. Keen's" job to unravel the mystery. Every veek he tackles a strange new ase and brings you another gripping mystery-drama. * Ethel Borrymore On the Reich Workers Protest Plant Dismantling Duesseldorf, Germany, (8>)— Workers in the Bochumer Verein steel works drove out a group of Germans sent by the British Thursday to begin dismantling the plant. "Traitors," they cried. "Shame." The plant is in Bochum, 30 rniles northeast of Duesseldorf. The manager, Franz-Josef Mueser, said there were no casualties in the brief scuffle. Early this week a group of workers formed 'a human wall around a machine and turned back 2 British officers and some Germans who sought to start the dismantling process. The plant is one of the largest steel mills in Germany. The Germans once believed it would be cut off the dismantling list. Gives Advice on Dress for Cold Weather Des Moines, (U.R) — The Iowa state department of health Thursday warned lowans to "keep active and wear warm but not too tight clothing" if they are out of doors in cold weather. "Chillblain or more serious frostr bite usually results from the slowing down of circulation due to inactivity when outdoors, or overexposure to cold," they said. Mittens, overshoes and earmuffs were recommended by the department. "It's better to be warm than too stylish." The department advised gentle massage with clean snow or cold water, gradually increasing the temperature of the water, if frostbite does occur. Named Conductor of Minneapolis Symphony Minneapolis, (U.R)—Antal Dorati, conductor of the Dallas symphony orchestra, Wednesday was named conductor of the Minneapolis symphony orchestra succeeding Dimitri Mitropoulos. Mitrppoulos, head of the Minneapolis symphony since 1937, will resign at the end of the current season to become a co-conductor of the New York philharmonic symphony orchestra. Know More About Iowa Hear the Former Dean of the Iowa Legislature Mr. Arch McFarlane Thursday, January 6 7:15 P. M. in his informative discussion of "The State Legislature and How It Functions" KXEL 1540 on your dial Radio Beam THURSDAY NIGHT NETWORK HIGHLIGHTS ABC—7:00 Abbott and Costcllo; 7:30 To Be Announced: 8:00 Personal Autograph; 8:30 Revere Camera; 9:00 Child's World; 9:30 We Care; 0:45 Harrison Wood. CBS—0:30 Hob Crosby's Club 15; 0:45 Edward R. Murrow With the News; 7:00 The F. B. I.; 7:39 Mr, Keen; 8:00 Suspense; 8:30 Crime Photographer; 9:00 Hallmark Playhouse. MBS—7:00 Name of That Song; 7:30 Hollywood Story; 8:00 Gabriel Hcattcr; 8:30 Mysterious Traveler; 9:00 Thin Man. NBC—7:00 Aldrlch Family; 7:30 Burns and Allen; 8:00 Music Hall; 8:30 Variety Theater; 9:00 Screen Guild Theater; 9:30 Fred Warlnr. Good Listening On KSMN Dtol 1010 Friday A. M. 7:15 Musical TNT, Outlet Store 8:1X1 News, "Chuck" Lennan Bakery 8:1!) Musical TNT, Iowa Shoe Brokerage 8:30 Musical TNT, B. F. Goodrich Co. 8:45 Muslcnl TNT 9:00 Musical TNT Raizes Dept. Store 9:15 Musical TNT, Clear Lake Bakery 9:30 Musical TNT 10:00 News, Iowa Soap Co. 10:115 Algoiia Hour 11:00 Kitchen Kwii' Ktub, Pfaff Baking; 11:15 Music For the Mrs. 11:30 Parly Line, Gamble Stores Friday P.M. 12:00 Noonday Serenade 12:10 U. P. Commentary, Lapiner Motor 12:15 News, Iowa Hardware Mutu&Is 12:30 Rural Roundup t'.!:45 Rural Roundup, Hgrold Motors, Inc. 1:00 Charles City Hour 2:00 Brilt Hour 2:30 Iowa Falls On the Air 8:00 News, Iowa Soap Co. S:U5 leva. Falls On the Air (Continued) 3:15 Pipes of Melody 3:30 Guest Star 3:45 Requestfully Yours 5:00 Sign Ott KICM ON youn DIAL "141f O Thursday P.M. 12:00 News 12:15 Mid-Day Review 12:30 Radio Farm Journal 1:00 Queen For a Day 1:30 Listen Ladies 1:45 The Little Show 2:15 Grain Reporter 2:20 News 2:30 Ballroom In the Sky 3:00 The Happy Gang 3:30 Vocal Visitor 3:45 1490 Club 4:4B The Story Lady 5:00 Adventure Parade 5:15 Superman 5:30 Capt. Midnight 5:45 Tom Mix n:00 Fulton Lewis, Jr., Newt (5:15 Sports Hi-Lltes C:30 Your Vet Reporter 6:45 Hospitality Time 7:00 Reflections in Melody 7:55 Hy Gardner Says: 8:00 Gabriel Heatter 8:15 Mutual Newsreel 8:30 Mysterious Traveler fl:55 Bill Henry, News »:00 Adventures of the Thin Man 9:30 Ray Bloch Presents 10:00 News 10:20 Trio Time 10:30 Gene Williams' Orchestra 10:55 News 11:00 Buddy DeVito's Orchestra 11:30 Lawrence Weik's Orchestra 11:45 Eddy Howard's Orchestra 11:55 News 12:00 Sign Off Friday 4. M. 6:00 Farm Frolic Time 6:15 Jerry Smith (1:30 News and Markets 6:40 Farm Frolic Time 1:00 News 7:15 Reveille Rhythms 8:00 New. 8:15 Tell Your Neighbor 8:30 Poole's Faradl.se 8:55 Today In History 9:00 Lady Next Door 9:15 Moments of Devotion !):30 Kitchen Klatter 9:45 Waltz Time 10:00 Fasslnf Parade 10:15 Fashions In Rhythm 10:30 Gabriel Meatier'* Mallbar 10:45 Lanny Ross 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks 11:15 Knte Smith Singa 11:30 Luncheon at Sardis' Friday P. M. 12:00 News 12:15 Mid-Day Review 12:30 Radio Farm Journal 1:00 Queen For a Day 1:30 Listen Ladle* 1:45 The Little Show 2:15 Grain Reporter 2:20 News 2:30 Ballroom In the Sky 3:00 The Happy Gan( 3:30 149G Club ... (8 p.m.) Frank Sinatra and Ethel Barrymore (above) eo-star .n "To Find Help," original story by Mel Dinelli on "Suspense." t Lensman Casey . . . (8:30 p.m.) In the case of The Box of Ashes" on "Crime Photographer," Staats Cotsworth plays the part of the fearless camera man. McCIeod's Folly ... (9 p.m.) James Hilton, world-famous novelist and narrator-host, chose "McCIeod's Folly" for tonight's play on "Hallmark Playhouse," starring movia actor Robert Young. Train Schedules . . . (Farm Reporter, Weekdays 6:30 a. m.) One of the highlight features of interest to farmers, mail carriers and many others is a report on how early morning mail trains are running. This service is heard on the opening of Farm Reporter, sponsored by State Brand Creameries, and presented by Chuck Hilton. Daily Schedule For KGLO + KGLO-FM Thursday P. M. 5:00 Bob Clausen Show S:SO Herb Shrlner Show, Mllei Laboratories,, CBS C:4,1 Sports Camera, Mason City Glob«- Gaictte 0:00 News, P. G. & E. (Kew) 6:15 Postmark Mason City, Mason City Chamber of Commerce 6:30 Club 15, Campbell Soups, CBS 0:45 Newi, Edward R. Murrow, Camphell Soups, CBS 7:00 The F. B. 1. In Peaoe and War, Proctor & Gamble, CBS 7:30 Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons, •Whitehall Pharmacal Co., CBS 8:00 Suspense, Auto-Lite Corp., CBS 8:30 Crime Photographer, Xonl Co., CBS 0:00 Hallmark Playhouse, Hallmark Cards, CBS 9:30 Modern Concert Hall 10:00 News, First National Bank (Kew) 10:15 Friendly Time, Grain Belt Beer 10:30 Moonlight Memoirs 11:00 News, CBS 11:05 Hay Bobbins' Orchestra, CBS 11:30 Blue Barren's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 News, CBS Friday A. M. ft:00 News 6:10 Morning Rouser 6:30 Farm Reporter, Stats Brand Creameries, Inc. (Hilton) fi:!5 New* (Harrer) 7:00 Rhythm Roundup, Zenor Motor C«, 7:15 On the Farm, Allli-Chalmeri 7:30 Keep Time With Damons 8:15 Holsum Headlines, flotsam Bread (Hoshal) 8:30 Yesterday's Music, Cooi Sprint Cannine Co. 8:45 Today In O»are 0:00 Bible Broadca.it, Radio Chapel (1:13 Clear Lake On the Air 9:30 Coffee Time 0:1.1 Kitchen Club, Perfex 10:00 News Direst, Jacob E. Decker ani Sons (Kew) 10:15 ••Tater" Quiz, Hlland Potato Chip* 10:30 Grand Slam, Wonder Bread, CBS 10:45 Mid-Morning Varieties 11:00 Wendy Warren, General Foods, CBS 11:15 Betsy Ross Serenade, Ffaff Baking Company 11:30 Home Town News, Nash C»ff«e C». (Hosbal) 11:4S Harvester Hook-Up Time, International Harvester Co. Friday P. M. 12:00 Today's Markets 12:0.5 The Man On the Street, Pritcbari Motor Co. 12:15 Noon Roundup, Curries' 12:311 New.i, Oseo Dntf (Hilton) 12:*5 Farm and Home Topic Time, St. P»nl Llveitock Market 1:00 The Second Mri. Burton. General Foodi, CBS 1:15 The Friendly Phlloiopher, Marsball and Swift 1:30 Thli Ii Nora Drake, Ton! Co., CBS 1:45 Mystery Melody Game 2:00 Arthur Godfrey Time, Chesterfield Cffared, CBS 2:30 Aunt Jenny, Lcrer Br*s., CBS 2:45 Blng Sings 3:M Hint Hunt, Armour * Co., CBS 1:25 Newi, Ho Inn m Bread 3:96 Your Lucky Strike, Lucky Klrik* Clrarets, CBS 4:M Arthur Godfrey Time, Nsblseo, CB« 4:15 Arthur Godfrey Time, Go!* JUU Wax, CBS 4** Hilltop Hone, Mlltt CBS 4:« KGLO Forum

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