The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 15, 1938 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1938. THE MORNING HKRALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. KIVK OFFERINGS AT THEATRES ACADEMY LAST TIMES TODAY Resort and family life, amusing adventures and adolescent romanc. es are mingled in the plot of "You're Only Young Once," whhh opened at the Academy Theatre yesterday. Lewis Stone, Cecilia Parker attd Mickey Rooney an the mainsprings around which the slory -evolves. They are snpporled by a capable cast, offering well-rounded performances. TEXAS RANGERS RIDE IN "OUTLAWS OF THE PRAIRIE, SHOWING TOD/Y AT HENRY'S Stalwart Charles Ktarrett, fast- becoming the most popular Western star" on the screen, heads the Texas Rangers as they ride irlo the lawless country of Oro Grande to rout rustlers and bring to justice lawless hadmen in "Outlaws of the • WARNER BROS.THEATRES • COLONIAL • LAST TIMES TODAY • Continuous — 1 Till 11 P. M. PLUS — "RADIO PATROL" ACADEMY • MONDAY — TUESDAY • •ANNA MAY WONG "YOU'RE ONLY YOUNG ONCE'' Prairie," the thrill : fllled Western lit showing today only at Henry's Theatre. In the story, Starrett joins Hie Texas Hangers with ;i double purpose . . . first, to end the bloodshed nd robbing of innocent ranchowu- ers and townspeople, second, to ;et hi 1 man who murdered Ills father when the young Hanger was but a boy. And both ot Stairett's wishes are fulfilled as Hie film's gripping theme wends its way through one breath-taking sequence after another to a surprise climax. SCREEN CELEBS SINGING WAY TO SUCCESSES In the ever-changing motion picture world, where the mad scramble continuously • one to protect careers already built—and to start new ones, many film stars have secretly turned to voice teachers to perfect their singing talents— an ability Ibey never considered using before. Many a favorite celebrity, known heretofore for strai ' t dramatic acting, has blossomed, or soon will, into song on the screen. It's the new vogue and film producers are pleased with the flood of mail from fans applauding their stars for presenting a new facet of their personalities to the screen. Now Simone Simon sings for the ABLO WATERPROOFING Ends Dump Wall* BETTER HOMES, Inc. 4 S. Potomac St. rlicmc 376 first time In the new musical smash hit, "Love and Wls.-:B," Twentieth Cttitury-Kox plcttr , opening Monday at the Maryltmd Thontro 1:1 wliifh she ij co-starred wllh Walter Wincholl and Hen llornlc. Not only does Simone slug several of the new song hits by Cordon and Itcvel which head the musical hit Use of the film, but -ho is also heard in (be famous "noil Song" from the opera "Lakme." PLAYING SAFE Ashland, Wis. .Ian. 14 .(/P)— Donald Meyers and Tom Anton, pupils at the Kills school, believe discretion is the better part of valour. The boys were walking through a dense woods to school, swinging their lunch sacks, when out poppeil a big black bear. The hoar ambled up and sniffed at the lunch. Donald and Tom aren't ones to argue about food with a bear. They dropped their bags and fled. MANY BACK AT WORK Cumberland, Jan. 14 (ff>) — More than 600 fnrlonghed Celanese employes have been returned to work since the first of the mon'.h, and another 200 or 300 will be recalled within a week. There is a prospect that 1,000 or more, furloughed early last fall, may be called back before the end of the month. About 6,000 of the 11,000 normally employed are now at work. Lake Victoria, the largest body oC water in Africa, is tile chief reservoir of the Nile river. MARYLAND Starts MONDAY WALTER BEN WINCHELL- BERNIE SIMONE SIMON She sings! She sings! • LAST TIMES TODAY • FRED ASTA1RE in "A DAMSEL IN DISTRESS" bCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOTT fHIS POSTAGE SfAMP ALMOST CAUSEP A WAR BETWEEN HAIfl ANP THE POMIN1CAN R.EPUBLIC0900) DUE TO USE of- FIBER. -To ARE. HOLD 24- HA-UrVK A.1PL . _ Z.EPPE.LIK 0V E.R YrtE ROM AM FORIlM COPYRIGHT, 1938. KING FEATURES_SY_NPJ£ATE. GRAB BAG. One-Minute Test. and 1. Locate Singapore city Singapore Island. 2. What was the largest military fortification of ancient times? :i. Who wrote "Don Quixote?" Hints on Etiquette. When an engagement is broken, both parties are expected to return all presents and letters they have received from each other. Words of Wisdom. Our government is a government of political parties under the guiding influence of public opinion.— Calvin Coolidge. Today's Horoscope. Many persons whose birthday occurs today are called "hard-hearted" This is due to their taciturn nature rather than a lack of generosity. Horoscope for Sunday. Persons whose birthday • occurs FEAST IS PLANNED Local postoffice employes will hold one of their periodic get-to- gethers this evening in the "Dugout" of tile American Legion Hall. A ham and oyster supper will be served. The feast was made possible through the generosity of Thomas W. Pangborn, who present- AMD Orl WILL qlVE-WHtfE HW—~^^""™ Sunday may have marked executive talent. They are excellent in positions of responsibility. One-Minute Test Answers. 1. Sangapore, capital of the British crown colony of the Straits Settlements, is situated on the southeast coast of Singapore is land. The island is off the south ern jioint of the Malay peninsula. 2. The Great Wall of China. 3. Miguel Cervantes, Spanish novelist (1547-1616.) ed the force a check for ?50 at Christmas. YOTI CAN SAVE time, money anc trouble by buying and selling the Classified way. PARLEY SOUGHT TO BUILD CONFIDENCE Secretary Roper Calls for Cooperation to End Recession Fernandina, Fla., Jan. 14 (xp) —Secretary of Commerce Daniel Roper called today for cooperation "through the conference able method" to build confidence. Roper, speaking .it a 'Florida -industries Day" celebration honor- UK Dr. Charles H. Herty, Savannah. Ga., chemist, said the "success of the future depends upon sin- core cooperation Mid constructive criticism between husness, industry, labor and government." Roper said "it -houlrt be recognized by all that mechanics that do not achieve the aims intended can and will be changed as exper lencc may reveal -heir inadequacy. "It is equally fundamental that there can be no turning back to that type of unrestrained freedom whose code is exploitation, any more than we can in safety abolish the imperfect, but necessary system ot traffic controls that restrolns liberty on the one hand and looks to public safety on the other. The constructive businessman h. said, is now a participant at two Cf.uncil tables. "In his own conference room 'ie must determine that, his own policies are right; then in the coun cil chamber of . government, he needs to ~ : "° his voice in support of those policies that .collective wisdom prove sotmd.- Through any other approach; we invite.the crumbling of the 'house'' on .our hear: x X" x." METHOD IS MADNESS Milwaukee, Wis. Jan. 14 —William Brown, Jr., negro WPA worker, arrested after he threatened a fellow worker with a pick handle and called his foreman names, explained: "Yes, it's true, but yon can't blame me. We're building a fence around a cemetery and cemeteries is one place I don't like to he. figured if I acted mean-like, the boss would transfer me to anothei project." Vassar college was • founded ir 1S61 through gift of ?400,000 and 200 acres of land by Matthew Vas sar. • • • • WRONG CHARGE Toledo, 0., Jan. 14 (#) — Joel Rhlncforl, assistant prosecutor, lad to advise the disconsolate young man that he couldn't be ot nuoh help Unless the D. Y. M. changed his mind about the charge o be filed. The young lady, said the disconsolate young man. "stole my heart.' 1 He wanted to prosecute her tor arceny. FATALLY INJUR-ED Frederick. Md., Jan. 14, (IP). — A skidding automobile on an icy highway brought death to William Melanson, 42, of Detroit. Melanson's automobile overturned south of here yesterday while was driving alone towards Washington. He died in a hospital last night. CONTINUOUS 11A J. to 11 P.M. TODAY ONLY DYNAMITE IN HIS FISTS MON. — TUES. — WED. JANE WITHERS "45 FATHERS" Wat. 10c - 20c — Nite 15c - 25c PROBABLY THE MOST UNUSUAL MYSTERY STORY EVER WRITTEN! Cose for DetectiuB! The four of us stood there transfixed, peering in at the doorway of Mary Thurston's bedroom, a few seconds after that third terrifying scream had penetrated the house. Murder confronted us, we knew at a glance. What we did not realize was the fact that this tragedy soon would unfold circumstances so unusual, so mysterious, so completely bizarre as to baffle these supreme investigators. Beginning Wednesday in The Morning Herald

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