The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 1, 1939 · Page 10
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The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 10

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Tuesday, August 1, 1939
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EIGHT THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1939. Today s Radio Programs NEW YORK, Aug. 1.—An hour and a half to hail station KECA of Los Angeles is being put together on a last-minute basis to close tonight's broadcast period on WJZ- NBC. It starts at 10:15. The reason for the splurge is the transfer of KECA to a new wave length, 7SO KG, from 1430 KG, a better spot on the dial. The first hour of the program will consist of a variety parade of about all of the microphone talent in Hollywood- Thereafter will follow 45 minutes of dance band saluting by Will Osborne, George Olsen, Tommy Dorsey and others. Arturo Toscanini is to conduct two mid-season concerts from overseas, specifically from the Lucerne international music festival in Switzerland. The first on Thursday afternoon at 4 will open the festival, to be heard via WJZ-NBC. The other comes August 16 Dorm Fendler of Rye, N. Y., 12-year- old Boy Scout who was lost for nine days in the Maine woods, is to receive a distinguished service medal for boys in a WEAF-NBC program at 11 a. m. Wednesday Word from Dave Elman at Fargo, N. D., says that he is now spending an important share of his four ^eeks vacation from Hobby Lobby in the hospital. A sudden attack of appendicitis sent him there for an operation. Tuning tonight (Tuesday): WEAF-NBC—7 Johnny Presents; 7:30 Bureau of Customs 150th anniversary; 8:30 Alex Templeton piano; 9 District Attorney: 9:30 Uncle Walter's Doghouse. • WJZ-NBC—6:15 new Ted Husing series, "What I Said; rl 7 Human Adventure; 8 We The People; 8:30 Bob Crosby Swing; 9 Hal Kemp Orchestra. WJZ-NBC—7 Inside Story (West repeat 9:30); 7:30 Information Please; 8 Artie Shaw Orchestra; 8:30 Story Time: 9 If I Had a Chance; 10:15 Salute to KECA, Los Angeles. What to expect Wednesday: WEAF-NBC—1:45 p. m. Hymns of all Churches; 2:45 Guiding Light, serial; 5 Art in the News. CBS- Chain.. 2:30 TJ. S. Army Air Corps 30th Anniversary; 4:45 Rep. T. V. Smith on Books :5:30 Uncle Jonathan Comedy. WJZ-NBC—11:30 a. m. Farm and Home Hour; 2:15 p. m. Women's "Clubs Symposium; 4:45 Dance Bands. SPORTS ROUND-UP By BRJETZ NEW YORK, Aug. 1 (/?).— Eddie Mead, manager of Henry Armstrong, has taken out a little old age insurance in the form of a half interest in a Los Angeles chop suey joint If the Red Sox saved baseball from the dictators by beating the Yanks, what did the Browns accomplish by socking the Sox? Don't forget him. Cincinnati admirers want to stage a "day"' for General Manager Warren C. Giles who brought Bill McKechnie to the Reds That's O. K,, but we say Bob Quinn of Boston squad be cut in on the gate. After all, he's the guy who let Bill go to Redland. That Richmond lug who tossed the pop bottle that put Umpire Jimmy Calleran in the hospital for a week is still at large They're using a starting gate at this week's grand circuit meeting at Goshen— first time on a trotting, track. As soon as the Dodgers return from t>.e West, the club will start selling autographed pictures of the plaj'ers for two bits a throw. ACROSS L Program t. Vapid 10. Rend asunder 14. Molding 15. Command 16. Blissful region 17. Profound 18. English author 19. Confined .20. Mixed 22. Bring into ba- ing 2i- Kind of monkey • 25. Greek portico 26. Speaks from memory 10. Writer of imaginative verse 24. Related through the mother 35. Needy £7. Let it stand 38. Put on 39. Cauterizes 40. Kind of humming bird 41. Eagle 43. Deer 44. Small candle 46. Of less magnitude X3: Splinters SO. Pastures Bl. Sather than K2. Older 55. Scoffers tO. On the highest point Solution of Yesterday's Puzzle 6L Go In 63. Surface C4. Paper cases at the heads of rockets 65. Female sandpiper 66. Pith of a matter 67. Larga knif» CS. Stitched 63. Ancestral house of the ruling British dynasty DOWN 1. Closing .measures of a. musical composition 2. Eons 3. Brazilian mon- «ys of account: variant 4. Place 5. Sally fi. Large plant 7. Babylonian god of wind and storm S. Conducted S. Builders 10. Iterates 11. Mental picture 12. Outlet 13. Grafted: heraldry ZL. Consider 23. Fish eggs 25. Outdoor recreations 2G. Interprets: archaic 27. Huge: poetic 2S. Flowering plant 29. Lances 31. Day's march 32. Disunite 33. Headliners 36. Rowing implement 39. Clippers 42. Geometrical figure 44. Fatigue 45. Mean 47. Constellation 4'J. Looked askanc* . r i2. Weakens f)3. Short jacket H4. Remark 55. Worry: colIoQ. 5G. Glacial snow field 57. Goddess of discord 5S. Remainder 50. Glut 62. By birth 34 35 34, 48 44 31 33 '3 MODEST MAIDENS Trtd«m»rk Rtfitttnd U. S. Ptttnt Offlc* The baseball writers will petition outfielders v "ino Bongiovanni of the Reds to shorten his name to Bongy for box score purposes Between races at Empire City ]ast week, Ray Carlen gave Ray Arcel the job of condit'oning Lou Nova for the Galento fight. GRASP tunnies. the classified ad oppor- News I. Q. Answers 1. Physicians had said the Brooklyn man soon would die of cancer. 2. False. It was not put to vote when defeat \vas indicated. 3. She flew around the v/orld on airlines in -less than 17 days. 4. Kidnaped by Arabs while touring Palestine. 5. To fight Champion Joe Louis. Local Elks Lose To Washington Last Sunday at Fairlawn Field, , Washington, D. C., the Hagerstown. Lodge B. P. O. Elks, No. 378 was defeated by the strong Washington Elks Lodge by score of 11 to 6. Washington lodge has several big league celebrities in their line-up noteably Joe Judge and Sam Rice formerly of the Washington Senators. Judge and Smithson led the batting attack for Washington while D. Schlotterbeck and M. Hines led for Hagerstown. The Washington lodge will play a return game in Hagerstown sometime in September and Joe Judge, Sam Rice, Nick Altrock, Walter Johnson and Clark Griffith have all personally stated that they would be present and appear at one time or.another in the line-up for Washington. After the game a chicken dinner was served at the club with dancing and entertainment following. A bowling match was then held with Hagerstown wining by 37 pins. Clyde Hildebrand led the local boys to victory with a total pinfall of 386. Baseball score: Hagerstown . Ill 010 002— 6 19 0 Washington . 300 002 06x—11 13 1 C. Miller and H. George. Raftery and Smithson. A new permanent wave machine gets its heat by remote control. NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS By OSCAR HITT American Yacht Loser Of Event Cowes. Eng., Aug. 1 (£?).—T. O. M. Sopwith's Tomahawk was awarded the victory over Harold S. Vanderbilt's Vim late last night by the Royal London Yacht Club on the decision that the Vim be disqualified for a foul at the starting line. The Vim led by a wide margin in the 27-mile race for 12-meter class boats and the victory was believed to have been easily won by the American boat. The incident recalled the 1934 battle between the two skippers when both Rainbow and Endeavor flew protest flags In the final rac? for the America's cup. LOCAL QUOTATIONS furnished by Kline Brot., Benevou W-heat (at mill) (j$c Wheat (at barn) 67c Corn 75 C Local Prices Paid Producer! Butter lb. 20c to 2Sc Country Bacon u> i$e Eggs doz. 17c Onions per bu. 75c Country Hara ifo. 25c Chickens lb. lie to 14c Springers lb. 14c to 16c Shoulder lb. 20c Lard lb. 7c Potatoes No. 1, bu. 50c GuOD .MONEY Is saved by uuying trood snnrtv. n i r-noci prices through the classified ads. SAw'INS BEAT MOLINE Moline, 111., July 31 (£>)— The Chicago Cubs of the National League defeated Moline, their farm team in the Three Eye League, today, 7 to 4, behind the steady pitching of .Gene Lillard. More than 400,000 Christian hymns are in existence, about 100,000 of them having originated in Germany. THE OLD HOME TOWN Bv STANLEY BUT WHY PO YA CALL HER AUNTHEFFIE? SHE: AIN'T NONE. O' YER KINFOLK—JUST AN O\J NEIGHBOR 'FORE SHE RAN OFF AN 7 , 80T SHE- WAS JUST UKE AN AUNT TO ME-I'M JUST ACHIN' TMEE.T HER HUS8ANP~HE'5 S'POSED r BE WEALTHV/ THEY BE SURPRISEP TO SEE U5/ MARRIED THIS WASHINGTON FELLER; MJNP HOLD;>NG ~m\s CANDLE FOF? ME WHILE /M HOOKJN OP THOSE HOT WATER PIPES O/N TME HEATED IF PETERS CORNERS HAD HAD ANY RAILROAD TRACKS ATTWTT^E HCFFlE WOULD HAVE COME FROM THE OTHER SIPE OF THEM/ THE HAMLET HA5 NEVER QUITE RECOVEREp FftOM THE 5HOCK OF HER ROFEMErtT WITH A WEALTHY OUTOf-TOWNER. N ^ ^ WRENCH STJLSQN ON THE JOB COPYRIGHT. 1939. KINC FEATURES SYNDICATE. Inc. WORLD RIGHTS RESERVED POPEYE A Mountain Out of a Molehill IK1W50CKVAS NOWMR.NMIDGETJ VHP AS BlGr-^ ASIVAM J -BEFORE VJEFI6HT ISHALLHAMEMORE JUICE ^Z SCORCHY SMITH Bv JOHN C. TERRY WIN- XTHAT'S THE SPIRIT, WHAT ) DOC-1 KNEW I COULD COUNT ON YOU AND WHAT IF I REFUSE TO MAKE YOU ONE HUNDRED GRAMS OF RADIUM? YOU'LL MAKE THAT RADIUM OR~-YOU WOULDN'T WANT YOU WOULDN'T— VOU COULDN'T HURT ANGELA--?/ COULDN JUST OUT TO FORGET ANYTHING TO HAPPEN TO THIS 15 MY SHOW NOW/ MISS ANGELA'S BRICK BRADFORD Bv Ritt anrJ Clarence Gray IBRICK'S SHIP CONTINUES TO HANG DOGGEDLY iONTO THE TAIL OF AVIL BLUE'S PLANE CANT WE GO 1 WE'RE HITTING TOP SPEED FASTER ? 1^-7 NOW. BOSS / THEN THERE'S BUT ONE THING . i f- IT ^fu p. — _J LEFT TO DO — LL BLOW BRADFORD OUT OF THE SKY / MUGGS AND SKEETER Bv WALLY BISHOP "This is a real pitchers' battk-~86 to Sir

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