The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 1, 1939 · Page 7
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The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 7

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Tuesday, August 1, 1939
Page 7
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1939. FIVE NEWS OF THE DAY TOLD IN PICTURES "So Long, Jim. Nice Trip" After two days of discussion, President Roosevelt and Jim Farley, postmaster general, pose in friendly manner at Hyde Park, N. Y. Both men insisted the meeting was merely for a friendly talk and refused tb reveal ._ whether the third-term issue had been discussed. ROTTERS AT'AGE OF 83 ,. ,. Although he is 83 years old, Bert Yetton, veteran trainer, still prepares colts for the annual Hamblctonian harness classic to be held Aug. 9 this year at Goshcn. N. Y. And just to prove it. Yetton climbs into a training cart at Good Time park in Goshen. He has been doing the same thing for 50 years. Another 'Chute Jams At The Fair MODEL OF BYRD SNOW C R U I S E R—With pleased eye, Dr. Thomas Poulter looks over the model of a 45,000 -pound snow and ice cruiser he designed for the planned Byrd Antarctic expedition. Model was shown at Chicago. The finished cruiser will he 55 feet long and 15 feet and will carry four men inside and a plane on its hack. It will crawl and leap. WHO MENTIONED HEAT WAVE ?—Midway between twin peaks of a North Atlantic fccbcrf. 110 feet out of water and 1,000 feet below, it's cool cnouffK, reports ice patrol boat, Chelan. MISSION— Japan \s military delegation at the Nazis' congress in September will* be headed by Gen. Count Juichi Tcrauchi (above), member of Japan's supreme war council. Held for Ransom PARKING METEO R—Because he couldn't "resist getting that close to heaven," Luke Smith (above) of Chatham, Ontario, paid S4 for this chunk which has been identified as an 88-pound meteor. The lump, if proved a meteorite, would be worth at least $200. Luke bought the heavenly fragment after it had dropped on the farm of Dan Soloman, a Negro, who asked §4. Glamor Boy, 21, Bride, 36 P I 0 N E E R—Back in 1929 Dr. Michael A. Shadid, country doctor, "founded what he says is nation's first co-operative hospital at Elk City, Okla. Doctor says the hospital now has 2,000 stockholder families obtaining .services for about §25 yearly. j Alice Is Back The divorcee won over the debutantes when Robert Vanderpoel Clark, 21, society's No. 1 Glamor Boy of 1938 married Mrs. Suzanne de la Salle Hiteman, 36-year-old Frenchwoman, in JS T ew York. They are pictured after the ceremony, leaving for a honeymoon in Virginia. Young Clarl recently came into a §3,000,000 slice of Singer sewing machine fortune. On One-Day Honeymoon Alice Marble Pretty Alice Marble, queen of all the. world's tennis players, is shown in New York following- return from England "where she recently won several Wimbledon titles including the singles crown. Jones Swears In Madge Evans, blonde film actress, who was a child star, became the bride, in a whirlwind midnight ceremony, of Sidney Kingsley, noted author and Pulitzer prize playwright. The happy couple is shown on their one-day 'honeymoon at Ogonquit, Maine, where the bride is appearing with a summer stock company. (Central Press) Line of Japanese Worry Jesse Jones, former chairman of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, takes oath in Washington as Federal Loan Administrator, new post created by President Roosevelt. All lending agencies are incorporated under the new agency. Mass Arrest After Harlan Mine Clash Tho socond couple to bo trapped aloi'r in the World's Fair para chute jump within ten days flash smiles of relief as they are lowered snfely to the ground. They ar*^ T>epmy Sheriff T,nwrence Telrault. e-i Brentwoed, N. Y., and his sisicr-in-law. Agnes Nielsen, of Wohurn. Ma??. They sxvunc: I4rt feet up for /5T> jninu'es. Several days previously another couple was suspended aloft several hours. High Japanese officials are reported worried that their swashbuckling Kwantung Army may strike back at Russia for the latters new and unexplained air raids on an alleged 5.000-mile front (broken line). Border clashes continue in area of Lake Bor (arrow). Soviet rejected Jap note on oil and coal concessions on Sakalin Island (arrow 1 ). 20 Years to Life! Held by Japs British troops and British fliers took to the barren hill country between Bethlehem and the Dead Sea in search for the Rev. Gerould Goldner, 2D, your.£ American pastor from Cleveland, Ohio, held for ransom by Arab bandits. Tho bandits demanded $5,000 for his reioase, according in (^Idner's father, who •was also abducted but released. Co\irt action was planned for more than 200 persons arrested by National Guardsmen at Harlan. Ky., after a pitched battle between soldiers and coal mine pickets, during which a miner was kilKxl, and five other including a Guardsman, injured. » • , The miners are shown being taken to jail. Joseph Healy, Jr., is shown aboard train that took him to Srng Sing Prison at Ossining, N. Y., to serve a 20-years-to-life sentence. He was convicted in the slaying of Mrs. Martha Here, Xew York storekeeper, while trying to steal money for his wuV* confinement. American consular agents are m* tcrveninjr in case of L. W. Holland, of the American Methodist Episcopal Church, at Nanchanjr, held by Japanese on suspicion of *ctt" against tha

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