The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on November 25, 1937 · Page 3
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Thursday, November 25, 1937
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1*37 JOINT POLICY IS PLANNED frine* And Britain May Pass Upon Ambitions Of Ctrl' many For Colonies LONDON, Nov. 'U, (If). — Grea Britain has invited Ihe Krone pronilor anil foreign minister London to formulate a joint pollc onitormanyY) ambitions in Europe reliable quarters disclosed today. Diplomats said (he French states men,; "undoubtedly" would acecp the Invitation and study with Prlm< Minlsttr Neville Chamberlain am Foreign Secretary Anthony Edei Ihe'-future of the hitherto well •stablished British-French policy Pf collective security based upoi he I.CIIKUC of Nations. This policy was eaid to have beei challenged as "result of what were leacrlbcd as Chancellor Adolf Hit MAYBETrSYOUR FEET /cry. frequently doctor* tad that body pains are Unaed by weak or fallen (dm and other foot trou- ila. If luch is the case we *u show you how the roper Dr. Scholl FOOT lOifFORT Appliance or leoicdy will relieve your got troubles. Come in for free Pedo-griph imprint of •nor ttockinjed feet. BENTZ and DUNN "The HOLISE of SHOES" Johnt-Mahville ROCK WOOL Blonn-li Methosl Inc. THE MORNING HERALD. HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. scorn BOOK Shirley Temple is more glorious ban ever »t "Heidi" In Twentieth Century-Fox's production of Johan* na Spyri's beloved story, now playing at the Maryland theatre. er's demands to Viscount Halifax, iritain's goodwill ambassador, dur- ng his recent visit with Der Fuehr- r. Hitler's main demands, according o a conseneus of the British press, 'ere : 1. Recognition of Germany's ight to colonies. In return for Ger. an willingness to delay action on olonies for six years. A free hand for Germany to btain the return to the reich of er national minorities in Austria nd Czechoslovakia, with the reser- atlon that Germany was not to use srce. 3. A four-power agreement mong Great Britain, France, Gerany and Italy. Germany would not return to the eague of Nations, It was stated, ntit these conditions were fulfill- d. By R.J.SCOTT *" "-'EYES ARE PLACED FAR. ENOUGH BACK. HE CAM SEE DIRECTLY BEHIND -To KICK- d 15 ONLY DEFENSE Hi* HEELS, wHidrt ARE SUFFItlEN-f |H M0$< C-IRCUMSfANCES, IFHEC.AN<SE-TA KICK WELL PLACED OME. -I^PE OF Au-lbMoB».E EIDER.), A OME., CAR. Of 1900, WAS BUILT FOB. BACK-SEAT DRIVING- -frlE. DRNlH^ ANP *TEER.IN<< MECHAKISM WAS A'f'frlE. REAR SEAT* PROMPT ACTION is nec*»sary in plying to the attractive offers In le Classified Section. JANE DARLING- How can I eyer thank you enough for •unestini Cuticurt Soip and Ointment for my blackheadi and coarse pores. Tone beauty-robbing dulls don't list lone once Cuticura gets to work. The whole family uses it now. Always. Marr. Sow 25'- Ointment 25/. FREE sample. "- WARNER BROS. THEATRES • Continuous Show* 1:00 Until 11:00 P. _ HOLIDAY PRICES PREVAILING M. PtUS • "THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY" with JOHN LITEL TODAY ACADEMY Continuous Shows HOLIDAY 1 to 11 PRICES BEVERLY ROBERTS RICARDO CORTEZ Mr«tw1 by MIR Fnraw * FIrit Nation*! Picture nwrsVM. PLUS SKI CHAMPIONS with PETE SMITH COLONIAL 'Rid* for your livti • TODAV ONLY • Continuous. Show HOLIDAY PRICES . mmmm O..c.» • N.r. UM • Uli WlUt ; PLUS • JOI PALOOKA COMIDY • NOVILTY _ /ww WPrHIGHT. 1937."KING FEATURES SYNDIOTt'lnc OF NEW XEA1AND STAMPS GRAB BAG. One-Minute Test. 1. When was the first American Thanksgiving day? 2. Who is Democratic leader of the U. S. Senate? S, What is the national emblem of Scotland? MARYLAND TODAY Hints on Etiquette. The letter of condolence is writ- ten and sent immediately upon receiving word of a death. Words of Wisdom: Diffused knowledge immortalizes itself.—St. James Macintosh. Today's Horoscope. Many persons'whose birthday occurs today are of sensitive nature. Easily offended, they are often un- happy. One-Minute Test Answers. 1. In 1621, after the first harvest of New England colonists, Gov. William Bradford proclaimed a day of thanksgiving. 2. Senator Alhen W. Berkley, Kentucky. 3. The thistle. I HOW'S YOUR HEALTH Edited kr Or. Lino G«liito> For th* New York Aeaitasr •f Neiteln, Heart Pain Many persons with definite heart disease do not complain of any pains referable to the heart. • And many persons complaining of heart pains fail, upon the most careful examination, to reveal any structural changes in their hearts adequate to account for these pains. How are these seemingly paradoxical cases to be explained? This problem was recently tackled by a group of physicians, including heart specialists and psychiatrists. Their studies led to the conclusion that in heart pain the psychological factor looms large. In one of the studies dealing with 73 patients who complained of heart pains, it was found that regardless of whether they did or did not have any heart disorders, the vast majority were neurotic personalities. On the other hand, among a group of 35 patients with definite heart disease but not complaining of any heart pains, only seven were found to be neurotic. Those complaining of heart pains almost iiniformily reported that excitement brought on their attacks. The types of excitement embraced, arguments, unpleasant and startling news, bad dreams Boris Karlooff, Hollywood's great est makeup actor, who plays a grin war lord in "West of Shanghai,' showing today and tomorrow at the Academy Theatre. 666 checki COLDS FEVER Oral d»T Hendneht. M Mlnntu 'Rnb-Mjr-Tlim"—World's Bflst Liniment DID, TABLETS Nos* Drop* FRIGIDAIRE POTOMAC EDISON CO 44€n.RYC • I THI.-ATKF ^ J NOW SHOWING YOU'LL GO BANJO-EYED'i and the anticipation of happy or unhappy events, In some Instances the Identification of the patient with another person involved in an exciting situation, whether In a novel, a tragic film or in an actually witnessed experience, was sufficiently exciting to bring on heart pain. : These revelations have an Important bearing on the large problem of cardiac pain, for often it is the pain felt rather than the actual incapacity of the heart (the heart weakness) that cripples the sufferer. In such circumstances psychotherapy can effect excellent results, and, without actually altering the underlying heart condition, can make impossible for the individual to "carry on" without embarrassment and without too much curtailment of his routine activities. Common language identifies emotions with the heart. We talk about "hardhearted," "softhearted" "kindhearted" and even "heartless" people. The heart pains so felt are indeed In the region, but are not primarily, nor necessarily, due to derangement in or damage "to the organ. he had won a $1,000 bet for taking a two-minute beating. D'Arcy was in a supper club the other night, when McKinley Bryant, author, sportsman and former prizefighter, offered to bet $1,000 that on one at the table could put on the gloves and stay two minutes with him. D'Arcy accepted the challenge and they met yesterday afternoon in the New York Athletic Club. It was a. blinding two minutes for the actor—he bounced against the floor twice—but he hung on until the bell sounded. FORMER CABINET OFFICER EXPIRES Albert S. Burltson Dies Aged 74 Years; Postmaster General AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 21 (I?).— Albert Sidney Burleson, Postmaster leral in Iho cabiuot of President Wnodrow Wilson, died here today, lie was 74 years old. Death occurred at his homo where he had hecn m declining icallh for some mouths. Ho is survived by his widow, Mrs. Adelo Steiner Burleson, three laughters, Mrs. E. D. W. Negley of San Antonio, Mrs. Charles Grimes if Dayton, Ohio, and Mrs. liryant Smith of Austin; two sisters, and! six grandchildren. i Hurleson withdrew from public ife when his second term as Post- naster General ended. He was cabinet member from 1013 to 1921. 'reviously he had served eight erms as representative in Congress. In recent years his interest ceil- ered ill farming and ranching. ] Burleson was the first Texan to: erve in the cabinet. : During the World War he had n active hand in the postal ser vice's work with the selective draft, the conservation of food and fuel. distribution of industrial forces am: the sale of bonds and war savin; and thrift stamps. mi William HOMI the familiar "Hop. alons of UK f'larenre K. Mulford "llopalong Cassidy" series, returns for another thrill-packed adveniure in "Honnloiig Cassidy Hides Again." showing today only ai the Colonial Theatre. OFFERINGS AT THEATRES 'ALI BABA GOES TO TOWN," STARRING EDDIE CANTOR, HI-DE HILARIOUS HIT Williamsport Plans Community Tree Plans for a community Christmas tree and the annual treat for the children of Williamsport, were made at a meeting of the Christmas Tree Association held Monday night. It was announced there will be no solicitation of funds, as has been customary, this year, but contributions to defray the expenses will be received by any of the following members of the association: R. A. Poffenberger, chairman; Otbo Delawter, secretary; .1. Frank Wine, William Ainsworth, Chas. C. I'ool'e, Scott Robinson, A. G. Hoffman and Glenn Kretsinger. There will be community singing by the combined choirs of. the churches of the town at the tree at o'clock Chrtetmas eve. Distribution of Christmas boxes to children will be Christmas morning with Boy Scouts as escort for the children In their parade from the high school building at 9 o'clock. Kingston, Jamaica, largest town in the British West Indies, has a population of 120,000. Hanjoe-oyed Eddie Cantor becomes the gag-daddy of Hagdad in his new motion picture hit, "Ali IJaba Goes to Town," showing today. Friday and last limes Saturday at Henry's Theatre. Starring the famous comedian of radio, stage and screen in his ''tinniest, most, riirihfnl and melodious role, "Ali Haba Goes to Town" features one of the most impressive casts ever assembled in a motion picture, and includes Holand Young, June Lang, Tony Martin, Louise llovick, Douglas Dumbrille, Virginia Field, Alan Dinehart, John Carradine, Warren Hymer, besides thousands of "extras." and such recognized entertainers as the Peters Sisters, the Raymond Scott Quintet, the Pearl Twins and Jeni Le Gou. The film highlighted by the song hits of Mack Gordon and Harry Revel, including "I've Got My Heart Set on You," "Laugh Your AVay Through FOR THAT COLD Rudy's Laxative Cold Capsules Rudy's Rexa " Pharmacy Hotel Hamilton Corner Authorized R. C. A. RADIO Dealer free Trial On Any Model Shockey Furniture Co. 2« - 30 Summit Avenue Life" mid "Swing Is Her* to Swiy," and thu enchanting tun*, "Twilight IP Turkey," by Raymond Scott. ."Swing, Monkey. Swing," Is the Hie and theme of the unique colored cartoon also on lh» program. .Shows are continuous dally from 11:00 a. in. t tl:OC p. m. ' Klo de .laneiro experiences It* oltesl weather In December, Jas> lary and February. DOES Y8iR BNSTtlNE BETRAY TOURAfiE? Regardless of the number of summers orer your head, or the kind of a bustlirie nature gaTe you, Thrill keeps you youthful! For modems of all ages, it rejuvenate*, elevatft, separates in the stylish, healthful manner. 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