The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on July 10, 1941 · Page 3
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Thursday, July 10, 1941
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1941. THREn ORCHARDIST RE-ELECTED Charles Town W. Ya., July 10 (J5) --Herbert C. Miller, farmer- orchardist and president of the Jefferson County Board of Educa- tion for the past four years, was re-elected today for another four year term. Gilbert Perry, board member from* the Harper's Ferry district, was also re-elected for a four year term. . "Resorts--Atlantic City, 3f. «T.' $ io .ATLANTIC CITY PER P E R S O N $150 rf* * *· «* A .*% kit B ^^ ^^ 2 IN R O O M European Plan yp 1 T.JAMES PL. NR.BEACH WARNER BROS. T H E A T R E S ACADEMY « TODAY ONLY « Continuous 1 to 11 P. M. · ADULTS^Oc to 6 P. M. WASHINGTON, July 10.--Punish- ment imposed by Lieut. Gen. Ben ,ear, commander of the Second .rmy, on 350 soldiers of the 35th Division for exuberant yelling and whistling at bare-legged girls on a golf course was criticized in the 3ouse Wednesday. To the applause of both Demo- rats and Republicans, Rep. Dirk- en (R., 111.) declared: 7 "Let me suggest this proposal-to he House. Imagine a contingent f 350 healthy, vigorous young 4,merican boys- in the United Jtates Army, marching by a golf :ourse where some girls are play- ng golf in shorts, a contingent so devoid of" the buoyancy and effer- vescence that makes the young American a great soldier that some- one out of that contingent would not say 'Hi, girls,' or something to ,hat effect; yet precisely because of that .conduct, a battalion in the 35th Division at Memphis was dis- ciplined to walk 15 miles in a 97- degree temperature by General Ben King Lear. "I do not know whether public iunds are to be expended so that grouchy, golfing old Generals will develop a lot of sourpuss- soldiers, jut for my part I. will take the other Mnd of soldier. They can .ake that kind of discipline, but 1 think it is -in poor form." - Walter Wangcr presents fltFRED HITCHCOCK'S production of FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT from ALFRED HITCHCOCK w h o d i r e c t e d " R p b e c c o f starring JOEL McCREA . fh LARAINE DAY - HERBERT MARSHALL GEORGE SANDERS · ALBERT BASSERWAN ROBERT BENCHLEY Released thfU United Artist* « T O M O R R O W - SATURDAY THE JTEAR'S^GREATEST PICTURE! HUNT irmiiiij WALTER JOAN PIDGEON -'BENNETT .GEORGE SANDERS Congress Hears About Whistling Soldiers Who Yelled At Bare-Legged Girls Are Defended. The official title of Victor Em manuel III of Italy is "gallant king/' S H A V I N G . C R E A M Lather or Brushless Type Sbulton quality... the ultimate achievement of 31 yean of fine soap-making. -Tr»d« M«k Vff. VS. S. P»t. Off. SHULTON, Inc., 630 Kfth Avc.,N.Y. Starting TODAY = MEET THE LITTLE MAN WHO WASN'T THERE. T H E D O O L I T T L E S Trademark For D S Patent a make-believe madman ...who gave too convincing a performance! the wif bq J»d Canwiq «dhPANiJBOS.BERMAH SPECIAL ADDED NOVELTY THE NEW SCREEN SENSATION! M E T R O S C O P I C S " THE THIRD DIMENSIONAL MURDER" ALL STfU- HAPPENED- Crew Found Guilty In Sabotage Cases BALTIMORE, July 10.--Sixteen crew members of the Italian i freighter Pietro Campanella were! convicted of sabotage charges yes- terday by a Federal Court jury. The jury recommended mercy for all defendants except the captain and chief engineer, j. charge of conspiracy to sabotage the ship, seized by Coast Guardsmen March 30, was dropped yesterday by agree- ment. Judge Calvin W. Chesnut post- poned sentencing and set trial of 15 seamen from the Euro, second Italian ship seized by the Coast uard here, for 10 A. M. tomorrow, espite objections of Defense At- orney Homer Loomies, of New 'ork, who said he was scheduled o represent some Italian seamen n New Orleans tomorrow. The Pietro Campanella seamen ·ere accused of destroying motive ower of their vessel with intent o injure and endanger the ship's 'owell's nosey mother-in-law, Sid- ley Blackmer as his lawyer, Sig Rumann and Vladimir Sokoloff as he alienists "who pronounced Bill nsane, Donald MacBride, Sara Haden, Kathleen Lockhart, Fern Iminett, Joseph Crehan and George Meeker. Jack Conway's skillful direction jets every iota of comedy from the screaming situations, and Ray June photographed the picture. 'THAT N I G H T I N RIO" STARS AM EC HE, FAY E Jerry, a girl out of the shadows, is portrayed by Joan Bennett in 20th Century-Fox's gripping "Man Hunt," slated to open tomorrow, at the Academy Theatre. Walter Pidgeon is starred with Miss Ben- nett in the thrilling picture. 'LOVE CRAZY" PACKS LAUGH ON LAUGH Comical complications ensue thick, and fast when William Powell sets out to convince Myrna Loy that he's crazy in "Love Crazy," their latest hilarious adven- ture, now playing at the Maryland Theatre. It starts with a marital quarrel, and Myrna decides on a divorce, lut Powell discovers that she can't egally divorce an insane husband o insane he goes in a big way hewing up phonograph records and otherwise staging "bughouse" an tics. But the alienists take him seri- ously and he's locked in the asylum Then his antics in trying to be come "sane" provide more trials and tribulations until he turns fe nale impersonator to escape from his well meaning friends and fine his way out of the delemma and back into wifie's heart. Powell was never more irre iistibly funny than in his 'crazy' portrayal and Miss -Loy is ideal a the scandalized wife. Gail Patrick plays the "other woman" with con viction, and Jack Carson adds hi larity as the suitor who turns up after the separation. Also of great aid to the produc tion are Florence Bates, playing Today and tomorrow are the last times for that outstanding musical hit of the season, "That Night in Rib," starring Don Ameche, Alice Faye and Carmen Miranda, with a ·reat supporting cast including S. Z. Sakall, J. Carrol Naish, Curt Bois, Leonid Kinskey and others, and showin gfor the last times at Henry's Theatre tomorrow. If you haven't already seen "That Night MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE in Rio," by all means make plans to see it at once. Done completely in technicolor, and boasting five new song nits, "That Night in Rio' will be one of your most pleasant memories. The .story, while light has enough plot to keep yon in- terested and laughing throughout. The latest news reel; and other short subjects complete the pro gram. And remember, that no matter how warm it may be out- side, Henry's Theatre is always cool and comfortable. Whatever else you do this week, be sure and include a visit to Henry's to see this hilarious, tuneful film, "That Night in Rio." AT THE C O L O N I A L ThU Old Treatment Oft«n Brings Happy Relief Many nufferera relieve nagging backache quickly, once they discover that the real causa of their trouble may be tired kidneys. The kidneys are Nature's chief way of tak- ing tho excess acids and waste out of the blood. They help most people pass aboutS pints a day. When disorder of kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain in your blood, it may cause nagging backache, rheumatic pains, leg pains, loss of pep and energy, get- ting up nights, swelling, pufEiJesa under tho eyes, headaches and dizziness. Frequent or scanty passages with smarting and burning sometimes shows there is something wrong ·with your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! Ask your druggist for Bonn's Pills, used successfully by millions for over 40 lp tha onous Pilla. nnni S W I M -- S A F E rUUL SANITARY-GUARDED! B A L L R O O M SAT., JULY 12th 8:30 P.M.,D.S.T. Admission $UO Gallery 55^ Tax I net FREE CONCERTS F A M O U S POTTSTOWM BAND Featuring BILLY LAMB Greet Cornet Soloist * Many Nov*!ti«s SUN., J U L Y -13th Afternoon 2 to 4 * Evening 7 to 9 Rip-roaring western thrills de signed to satisfy the most action- loving sagebmsh fan, are guaran teed movie-goers when Tim Holt's latest outdoor drama, "Along the Rio Grande," opens at the Co lonial tomorrow. Third in the popular series starring the new western star, the current offering presents lovely Betty Jane Rhodes popular radio singer, in the ro mantic lead, while Ray Whitley am Emmett Lynn resume their forme roles of Smokey and Whopper loyal buddies of young Holt. Laid along both sides of the bor der between the United States an Mexico during the untamed '70'; the exciting story revolves aroun the adventures of a husky youn cowhand and his two companion who seek to avenge the death o their former boss at the hands o Doc Randall's ruthless outlaws. When they are falsely arreste for a bank robbery following th murder of their employer, the meet another jail bird who turn out to be a member of Randall' nefarious gang. Believing the tri to be bank burglars, he invite them to join Randall's gang wh plan to effect the bandit's releas that night. Determined to obtai evidence against the band. Ho' pretends to fall in with the idea and to this end he reports to Ran dall's headquarters located at cafe below the border. Vatican City, the world's smalles independent state, is about the slz of an IS-hole golf course. safety. They face a maximum pen- alty -of $10,000 fine or 20 years im- prisonment. White Russia has Its own lan- guage. 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