After doing a lot of talking, Lum has finally drawn up papers to incorporate as a radio broadcasting company, the Voice of Pine Ridge. Abner is upset over his position in the partnership. Can he work out some better terms for himself?
Of course, Lum paints himself as the business manager, while Abner is in charge of operating the radio equipment. What about the financial investments? Is that going to be fair as well?
Lum has a way of creating a lot of paper jobs for himself, and writing in high salaries, while all Abner has going for him is the ownership of the radio equipment. Will Abner play his game, or take matters into his own hands to make the deal more fair?
Note: In the legal language of Lum’s proposed radio partnership, he reads out his real name, Columbus Edwards.