The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 1, 1939 · Page 5
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CANTOR SUED FOR DAMAGES Comedian And Others Are Named In Suit As Result Of Disturbance. THE GAY THIRTIES THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1939. ANGELES, Aug. 1 (fi>).— A $751,000 damage suit against Eddie Cantor, screen and radio comedian, was filed Monday as the restiu of a distrubance in a Hollywood broadcasting studio March 27. • Plaintiffs were Charles Gollob. apartment house manager, and his wife, Mrs. Elsie Gollob, who stated they went to the studio to hear Cantor broadcast. Their complaint set forth this version of the incident: When the broadcast ended they arose to leave only to be accosted "by a young woman employed by the broadcasting company, who asked them why they were leaving so soon. The Gollobs replied they had seen after-broadcast programs before and were not much interested in political affairs. Then the woman called for a bodyguard, who struck Mrs. Gollob down, referring to her as a Nazi. Gallob attempted to protect his •wife but was set upon by Bert Gordon, Cantor's assistant, known professionally as the "Mad Russian." The alleged assaults occurred despite their faithfulness in applauding during the regular broadcast at the instructions of a "cheer leader." In applauding they were willing to overlook fhe circumstances that Cantor's offerings consisted of *'ancient and not very funny gags." They demand $500,000 general 'damages, $250,000 punitive damages and $1,000 to cover medical expenses. Defendants include Gordon, the Reynolds Tobacco Company, sponsors of the program, and the Columbia Broadcasting System. A TRAFFIC TICKET THREfc GRANTED DIVORCE Eileene F. Kesecker has been granted an absolute divorce from iVTarvin D. Kesecker by Judge Frank G. Wagaman. The plaintiff was represented by Attorney Wil- liam'H. Bovey. HARDY FAMILY Circus Coming Soon; Cue AT MARYLAND 'Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever" Scores Hit At Theater. Rotation of the earth carries points on the equator around at a speed of over 1,000 miles an hour. Start at once with powerful, rapid-fire PO-TAS-A-FRAS. Stop choking, gasping. Restore normal breathing. Dry up eyes and nose, bring comfort to swollen burning eyes. Return to normal living und sound sleep. No need 1'or disagreeable pollen testing and painful injections. Folks everywhere shout the praises of this successful medicine. Get efficient HAY FEVER Symptom RKUEF quickly, easily, cheaply. Act at once. P O - T A S - A - F R A $ Recommended and sold here exclusively by Cauffinau's Cut Rate Store. Adv. The lucky seventh of the Hardy Family series. "Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever," now playing at the Maryland Theatre, is proof that audiences like these pictures and that Metro-Goldwyu-Mayer is more than keeping up the splendid pace set by the preceding productions. Told entertainingly, the story is of how Judge Hardy almost faces ruin through being mulcted by crooked promoters and how young Andy falls romantically in jove with his dramatics class teacher. The Judge finally manages to regain his money and Andy returns to his old sweetheart, Polly Benedict, before the last reel is over. The high spot of the evening for laughs is the high school play in which Andy plays the leading role. This is so expertly handled by Director W. S. Van Dyke H that all of us should be able to see ourselves of some years back in that hilarious presentation. WARNER BROS. THEATRES MARYLAND NOW SHOWING A BOY! Hin't thi 7th ind funniest MICKEY RODNEY hit with tht Hirdy Family! ANDY HARDY GETS SPRING FEVER LEWIS STONE MICKEY RODNEY CECILIA PARKER FAY HOLDEN Directed by W.S.VonDyka II HENRY'S HAS THRILL FILM Gripping Newspaper Story To Show Last Times Today. A hard-fighting metropolitan editor and a dazzling girl reporter .swing into action and to bay a modern .lokyll and Hyde in the breath-taking mystery. "News is Made at Night," showing last times today at Henry's Air Conditioned Theatre. iMurdiM- and revenge keep no hours as Preston Foster, a stop-iit- nothing editor, and Lynn .Bari, the daring reporter, hurl themselves at the two-fold task of freeing a man innocently sentenced to death, and discovering the master mind that, has victimized a nation. There is an abundance of rapid- fire action, cdge-ol'-t he-chair suspense and lively romance in this exciting film, which features in support of its new team George Barbier. Russell Gleason, Eddie Collins and Minor Watson. The short subjects include the "Movietone News." presenting the latest news and events of the day in pictures, and a laugh-tilled comedy entith-'d "How It Can Bo Sold." starring Andy Clyde. Twice a year children, find it pay to be good—when Christmas ap proaches and when the circus an uouuces its visit. Nobody is much concerned abou Santa Claus just now, but the oth er occasion which calls for good be haviour is close at hand. Announce ment has been made that Russel Bros.' Circus will appear at Willo Lane show grounds, Hagerstowu Thursday, Aug. 3. . Parents find Russell Bros, a particularly worth-while circus £01 children because of a complete absence from its premises of any gambling games or undesirable exhibitions sometimes associated with itinerant amusement enterprises. The circus menagerie gives youngsters a chance to observe a variety of wild animals at close range. Especially appealing is the fascinating African chimpanzee. Topsy, with her childlike mannerisms and pranks. In the main circus performance, Walter Jeunier's marvelous trained sea-lion exhibition wins immediate response from children and adults alike, and Buddy, the star performer, is a prime favorite with all audiences. The elephants, of course, are always a source of delighted amazement to the kiddies, while in the clever tricks of cute little ponies, dogs, monkeys, and even cats, they can picture their own animal pets. The acrobatic and aerial performers with Russell Bros, are clean-cut, tine appearing athletic i Philbert, the Clown champions whose excellent physi Hies and demonstrations of skil tnd courage are an inspiration to my boy or girl who wants to grow ip strong and healthy. Nor let the clowns be over-looked, Children are as fond of these mer- y fellows as their favorite comic trip characters. Yes. the circus is looked upon s a child's institution, but age is o restriction to its enjoyment. Tak- ng Jimmy, Alice Lou and the twins o the circus is one duty grownups Iways welcome. LUPE VELEZ BACK IN "GIRL FROM MEXICO 1 ACADEMY STARTS TOMORROW STRANGE ADVENTURE WITH A MAN...A GIRL...AND A $100 RANSOM BILL! Thrills shower from the screen ... as a hunted man and a wanted girl find romance along the danger trail! UNEMPLOYMENT LOW LONDON. Aug. 1.—Otlicial unemployment tlgures issued Monday gave Britain's workless on July 10 as L25M2-!—the lowest total for ten vears. Marking her first American-made pict.ure in eighteen months. Lupe Velex returns to the screen in "The Girl From Mexico," an uproarious comedy filled with gay romantic action and song" and dance. In 'The Girl From Mexico." the vivacious actress plays a peppery Mexican girl imported by a young advertising man to sing on a national radio program. The young lady gets out of control, paints the town red, mars her guardian's engagement and finally wins him for herself—just a few of the madcap situations in this hilarious romantic comedy. Donald AVoods is led a merry chase by the Latin .spitfire, heading CONJINUOUS11AJ.fi) 11 P.M. ~.^DOUGLAS w,,» LOUISE PLATT GENE LOCKHART DOUGLAS DUMBRILLE LAST DAY •THE GIRL FROM MEXICO'* PRESTON IYNN FOSTER.BAR! RUSSEtl GLEASON GEORGE BARBIER EDDIE COttiNS MINOR WATSON : . A JOlh C»nlury-Fo. Ficttrn WEDNESDAY — THURSDAY PETER LORRE MRMOTO TAK£$ A VACATION Mat. lOc - 20c — Nile 15c - 25c Third Largest Circus in U. S. HAGERSTOWN THUR. AUG. Willow Lane Show Grounds 3 With Hu f * Wild-Animal MENAGERIE, MUSEUM and It**] WILD WEST.. S QcUa. •Hit it Unsurpassed Aretiic Champion* » Ama»nq Tratnod Animal* * Marvelous Horse Show • Tons ct Pepharttt » C!own« Golor» MAMMOTH CANVAS cry FI-.UD WITH WONOCKS 01 rHi wpDlQ Of WHlTt TOPS AT THEIR THRILLING K>1 1 70PS IN ALL BUT PSTCE TWKI DAILY, tnr.M D»n Op*n it 1 A 7 P.M Admission: 50c (Plus tax) Children (Under 12 yrs.) 25c Leon Errol, Linda Hayes and Donald MacBride in the featured cast of "The Girl From Mexico," an RKO Radio Picture. 'The Girl From Mexico" is showing last times today at fhe Academy Theatre. Cut In Price At Fair Is Announced NEW YORK, Aug. 1.—After several weeks' deliberation over a lower admission fee, demanded by many concessionaires because of poor attendance, the New York World's Fair announced last night that tickets would be reduced from cents to HO cents on Saturdays and Sundays. Tlie movt: wus the latest in a Ions;- series of recent business stinfc ulants. including cut nuos special groups, week-end bargain combination tickets, new free features, and administrative changes. The Fair passed its half-way -date yesterday with a total attendance for 93 days, according to official Fair figures of about Ifi.000.000— about one-third the total attendance predicted before the Fair opened. Equipment Issued To The Members And Preparations Being Rushed. When the 59 men. and four officers of Company B, Maryland National Guard, leave the State Armory at 6:30 o'clock on Saturday morning for the annual encampment, none of the men will wear the familiar black necktie, while i he officers will be minus their field boots. It was announced at the armory last evening that orders had been received to eliminate the ties and that the men would take only strictly field equipment this year. Elimination of the ties is to prepare the soldiers for the new infantry uniform which, includes a shirt with open throat. The men also will wear straight trousers or slacks. This probably will be the last year that members of the National Guard will wear the tight-laced breeches. The final issuing of government property took place at the armory last evening in preparation for camp, from August i> to 19. Supply Sergeant Elvin W. Smith was a busy man. lie had to straighten out members of the company who had wrong size shoes, sox or other clothing. One adrlitional promotion, was announced, that of Private Kenneth H. Barnharj; to Private First Class. Two; new men were enlisted, Carl % Sweeney and Earl B. Barr, which will make a total of 31 men who have never been to camp. The company is taking four officers, Capt. Carl H. McCleary, in. command, and First Lieut Carl J. Schlotterbeck, also two Reserve officers. The kitchen staff for camp is composed of Mess Sergeant Arthur 2. Palmer: George D. Crum, first cook, and Daniel L. Bonders, second :ook. First Sergeant Charles B. Mirmebraker will have charge of administrative details, assisted by Jorp. William B. Rchrer, company lerk. First Sgt. Minuebraker is he oldest first sergeant from point service in. the state. The local unit will be encamped xear Gainesville, Ya., and maneu- r ers will be held iu the Manassas, area in the vicinity of the famous Ball Run Battlefield. Those iutendting to visit camp should go by way of Frederick and Leesburg, Va. From Frederick they should take Route 15 to Point of Rocks and Leesburg, then Route 50, Route 234 and Route 29 into camp. The camp site is 33 miles southwest of the Key bridge in Washington. The last drill ami final inspection of equipment will be held at the armury on Friday evening of this week at S o'clock. Company B has a full enlisted strength of 64 men but five will be unable to attend, the annual camp. Slimming Lines For Mature Figures To Wear Now and Later VIRGINIA .OLD POINT OCEAN VIEW STEP BACK IMTO COLONIAL DAYS WILLJAMSBURG YORKTOWN Delightful, overnight saU on a modern Old Bay Lme steamer on cool Chesapeake Bay. Brines you within easy- reach of the finest beaches on the Atlantic coast. COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG ALL-EXPENSE WEEK-END Round -Trip from Baltimore SH per person (two in • rootn) $16-(one in * room). Includes transportation by steamer «n< motor coach — 4 meals, outside stateroom, lunch, and entrance fe*» t» grounds and buildines atWilliamsbunr. See Jamestown. Yorktown, Old Point. FARES FROM BALTIMORE TO NORFOLK AND OLD POINT $ ROUND-TRIP /% ROUND-TR* gJL we»k-«nd •% «v«ry day. M Ft>- & Soft. ^^Good for 30 doyt One-way fare -*4 any 4 my Steamers leave Baltimore daily 630 P M. E.S.T. Autos $4. Writ* for vacation booklet. R. L. Jonos, O. P.4L, f»ior 1O, Light St.. Baltimore. Md. Style No. 2648 is designed for sixes 16, 36, 3S, 40, 42, 44, 48 and 50. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) for tins PATTERN. ' SUMMER FASHION MAGAZINE 10 cents extra. All orders for the Daily Mail Peerless fashions should be addressed Fashion Dept, Hagerstown Daily Mail, 121 West Nineteenth Street, New York City. Succeeds McNutt FOUR ESCAPE IN COLLAPSE Men Plunges Into "Swollen Stream When Bridge Span Gives Way. Francis B. Sayre, present assistant secretary of state, was nominated by President Roosevelt to be U. S. high commissioner to the Philippines to succeed Paul V. Me- Xutt. Siiyre. a resident of Massachusetts, is son-in-law of the late President Wilson. Charles Town, W. V a ., Aug. 1 (7P).—Four men plunged 30 feet into the rain-swollen Shenandoah river Monday when a span of the Castleman's Ferry, Va., bridge collapsed as a truck and automobile were crossing. None was seriously hurt but all suffered shock. Eyewit.uess.es said the 90-foot span tore loose about no'ou. just as the truck and automobile reached the center of the structure near here. Arthur Beahm, 22. Rileyville, Va., freed himself from the automobile and swam to aid the three men in the truck. Workmen employed on construction of a new bridge beside the old one also helped. In the truck, owned by the Can* Transfer Company, were Rawling Racey. 31. driver; Ellmore Jackson. 31, and Theodore Lucas, Negro, all oC^ Leesburg, Va. The truck, car- O'itig groceries, was on the way to Kerryville and Harrisonburg, Va. fered minor cuts and bruises and had a tooth ' knocked from his mouth. Investigating officers said Holland, who is visiting here, rode the wagon out of an alley into the street. No charges were preferred in the case. Youth Is Injured In Street Mishap Bobby Holland, 11, of Baltimore, was injured yesterday evening when tlie express wagon he was riding collided with an automobile on Virginia avenue a short, distance south of Reynolds avenue. The youth was taken to the Washington County Hospital by Irene McDougall, Lansdowne, Pa!, the operator of the north-bound automobile. Young Holland suf- CCC Bill Is Passsed And Given Senate WASHINGTON. Ang. 1 (/P).— A bill extending the life of the Civilian • Conservation Corps until July 1. 1943. was passed by the House Monday and sent to the Senate. The Labor committee previously had set July 1, 1945 as the date, but Chairman Norton (D-NJ» said Republicans objected that before that time conditions might be so changed as to make the corps unnecessary. Under existing law the CCC is scheduled to expire Dec. 31. 1939. HELP FOR DAYS OF DISCOMFORT Try CHICHESTERS PILLS lor lunciional periodic pain and discomfort. Usually give QUICK RELIEF. Ask your drucsist lor— Electric Fans R. D. McKEE OFFICE EQUIPMENT Hagerstown Bookbinding & Printing Co. TELEPHONE 2000—2001 BED TRAYS & BACK RESTS HARRY S. MYERS 53 North Potomac Street CLOTH IN_G for men and women ... on EASY CREDIT TERMS PEOPLE'S 67 w Wash STORE Street CHICHESTERS PILLS "THE- LMAMONB JJX BRANCH^ IN BUSINESS OVER W 50 YEARS Insist On Tri-Maid Product* Quality Guaranteed. Sold Exclusively By Triangle Food Stores AugustRugSale NOW GOING ON The Greatest Festival • • • \jL • • « RUG VALUES for! Schindel, Rohrer & Co. Headquarters For Sherwin - Williams PAINT 28-30 S. Potomac St. Phone 706 EUREKA VACUUM CLEANERS MATCHLESS PERFORMANCE AND DESIGN Bohman-Warne, Inc. PlioiM- S.-> — 3,'» \\V-t I-VnnKlin St. Butte Policeman Still Hiccouo-hincf "3 O BUTTE. Mont., Ang. 1 (jp\. —Ed O'Connor. Butte policeman' who "hiccoughed his way into the headlines" was bark at work Monday still suffering, but. less acutely, the diaphragmatic spasms that have plagued him more than three months. After reading hundreds of letters suggesting homely "cures" and consult ing scores of doctors. Of- nYer O'Connor finally found a remedy that has reduced the frequency of his hiYeonghs- simply forgetting his ailment. Now he hopes people will .stop asking him "how are the hiccoughs today?" 'The doctor told we to forget about lhem--and when poople ask about them I think about them, then start hiccoughing." Visit The New Wayside Furniture Mart 6 Miles West of Hagerstown NEAR GATEWAY INN PHONE 4088 F 3 L. Keller Garver, Mgr. BUY AT U.S. TIRE STORE No Dmvn l*;».vr»«Mit No .Finn we Ch:ircc O. P. BOHMAN. Inc. 9 TV. T'ntnklin St. Opji. Post OHi Phone 221 SEE the Largest Selections of High Grade FURWTURE in Hagerstown MEYERS & BERKSON 41 - J.I n>st .Franklin Street John D. Myers & Co. 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