Washington Merry-Go-Round By DREW PEARSON (Continued from Page 8) (39 lines); Rep. William Stigler of ?^ h ! m o a (35 iiaes) > and Kep. Adolph Sabath. of Illinois, dean of the House (34 lines). , Freshman O'Conor is not as realistic as GOP Senator Bill Lang. er ot North Dakota, who lists among Ms various attainments that .he once;went to jail. Lang- era biographical sketch in the Congressional Directory states that he is the "only person ever to be arrested, in au English- 5 peaking country for filing an affidavit of prejudice against a judge." O'Conor's self-composed biog- You Will SAVE MONEY .By having your home financed thru the Home Builders Savings & Loan Association 128 W. WMh. St. 'raphy contains such nelf-effaclnr I gems as: "... Youngest State's attorney ever to be elected in Baltimore City....Reelected (State's attorney) by toe largest majority ever received by a candidate for public office in Baltimore City Elected attorney general (of Maryand 'in 1934, also by a record- breaking majority " But the 'clincher in O'Conor's self-penned opus concerns the various "honors" showered on him while-a member of the National Governors' Conference when the Senator modestly recalls that his "patriotic and faithful service which has been of such benefit to he Governors of all the States and to the Nation" won him a'resolu- tion of appreciation from the Governors of various States, v Note — ShortestV Senate^ biography m the Directory is that of California's Sheridan Downey- less than five lines. Seven House members go too: far and appear afraid to tell,.their constituents anything about themselves. Those who ^confine their biographical sketches to .one line, stating their name, party .and hoirie -town are- Republicans Fred -Crawford of Michigan, George. MacKinnon of Minnesota and Dewey Short of Missouri, and Democrats Stephen Pace of Georgia. Edward; Hart of New Jersey, Joseph Pfeifer of New York and Andrew Somers of New York. - DAILY* CROSSWdRD TODAY ; r -AND TOMORROW. CONTINUOUS 1 To 11 P.M. ACTION ROMANCE PACED TO BLAZING SIX-GUNS! TODAY AN D TUESDAY 'Cont 1:00 to 11 . an Astor Picture wth _ Artie ShawtT Charles Butterworth Bur jess Mereditlr lir*ct»4 Ij H- C.,Pp\tir- Tunels of some British coal mines are under the sea. NOW SHOWING Cont. Shows 1 To '11'P.M. ^ arid ihe's his honey! -,• Param«un! pr.i»nt» ACROSS 1. Girl's nickname • 4 Small explosion T. Deep, flat-'bottomed boat 8. Send forth 10. So. Am. republic 12. Measure of iahd ' 13. Oils of rose petals 15. Tunisian ... ruler 16. Lever 17. Therefore 18. Bone (Anatomy) 19. Part of a lock 20. Reimbursed 22. Fruit 23: Witch ' :(Colloq., U.S.) 24. Matured 26. Cupid [ 27. Jumbled type 39. Lutecium (sym.) 30. Slight tasU 31. Carting _ : . vehicle 32. Canal between ^Atlantic and Pacific SS.WJnd ' . instrument 36. So. Am. •'•• republic 38.,\Vheaten flour. 39. Droop*in ••• the middle 40. Varying weight (Irid.) 41. Epoch DOWN . 1. Repentant 2. Incite 3. Hole in A ' ,needle 4. Trifling 5. Leave out 6. Pineapple (So. Am.) T.Cyprinoid fishes 9. Ankles' 11. Not any (colloq.) 12. Fuss 14. Turf ' 16. Pin 19. Young goat 20. Animal . enclosure 21. Hewing tool 22. Iron (sym.) 23. Chance 24; Lofty 1 mountain 25. A pear- shaped fruit (So. Am.) 26.Pre«.of Mexico (d.1915) 27. Brazilian province (po«s.) , 28. Tavern 30. Daub i 31. Russian river 33: Seines ' 34. Poker stake 35. Listen to 37. Employ t'her, Cecil 'Smith, both of Galli- polls, Ohio, and one grandson. The body was removed to the Woodford T. Norment funeral home where services will be held Monday at 2 p. m., with Rev. Dr. F Berry Plummer officiating. Burial will be made In Rose Hin cemetery iriends may call at the funeral home. CHANGE'S ANNOUNCED Changes in the operating schedules of passenger trains Nos. 1 and 14 between Hagerstown and Roanoke, Va., over the Norfolk and Western railway, effective SuncJay, April. 27, were announced Saturday by the railroad. Under the new schedule, train No. 1 will leave Hagerstown it The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Md. Monday, April 2gt, 1WT. SEVEN Smoke Is Fatal To Claude Smith _ While his wife was visiting rela tives in Hagerstown, Claude D Smith, 43, a former resident of thi .pity, - died -Friday- evening afte oe was found in his smoke-filled home near Indian Head, Md. t A mattress in the bedroom caugo fire, and Smith, who was alone in the house, was overcome by the fumes,' officers reported. " He was found unconscious in the hallway of the home : by" firemen from -the .Naval powder factory who were summoned by neighbors after smoke began pouring from the structure. . The firemen applied artificial res piration for an hour, and then took Smith to .the factory dispensary, where physicians made a similar I BETTER HOMES, Inc. 1 j 434 W. Wash. St. ' Phone 376 § I Johns Manville | Home Insulation ^i"'"""""" 11 """ 1 '"" 'iiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiirmiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiil PORTAGE SHOES $7.5ato$11.95 Loafer and "Porto-Pcdic" Styles John D. Myers & Go The Men's Store of Hagentown I* STARLANb 1 ROLLER RINK • Security Road 1 Block from Pangbbrn Skating Seisioni 8-10:30 P.M. MONDAYS and THURSDAYS RESERVED I 5 FOR PRIVATE PARTIES f 1 Sunday Matinee 2-4 P.M. 1 * Special Rates to Partie«*,i 1 *fx attempt for two hours to revive him. A cabinet maker by trade; Smith was the son of the late Samuel and Mary (Harrison) Smith, of Gallipolis, Ohio. .". . .He i s survived hj-wife, Mrs. Lois (Schneider). Smith, daughters Patricia. Ann,-at home; Mrs. Edward Broom, this city; sons, Richard Donald and Robert, all at home- sister, Mrs. Lora Dicky and bro' TOO AAAWY: PEOPLE ; ARE CRUSHED 8V TWE WEIGHT OF THEIR OWN D16NITY./ We're pretty prbnd of bur record ... but that ;onl^ makes us anxious to. live up to: it in the future. TUI.ATRt NOW SHOWING NO INCREASE IN PRICES warn WALTER FRANKLIN WILLIAM CATIETT . PANG80RN . BROOKS Produced by FELIX JACKSON-Direclei by WILLIAM A SEITER *»»«leP«>*«tr.MOWAROCHR[STIf.A<l J Tnm lti« Stf**» D l«»"T>i GwxJ rjiiy-'hy PrtHon Sto'je/ Director of P^fopucihr H»l Motii. A. S. C. K UNIVf RtAI.INTrDWinnuil m/-Ti>Br "trscror 01 rnc!0p«cinr M»l MOM. A. S C » UNIVERSAL-INTERMTION*!. 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