The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 7, 1939 · Page 3
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1939. THREE Polish Leader Warns Hitler Force Will Be Resisted By Force, Declares Mar. shall Smigly-Rydz. KRAKOW, Poland, Aug. 7 (£>).— Marshall Edward Smilgly-Rydz,. Commander of Poland's armed forces, told a tumultuously cheering crowd of 100,000 Sunday tbat "violence inflicted by force must be resisted by force." "Our conduct as regards Danzig," he said, "will be adjusted to the conduct of the other side." The slender military leader's address climaxed a gigantic celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Pilsudski legion's entry into the World War. Some political commentators called the speech an "eleventh-hour •warning" in vieAv of a serious customs disute with Danzig, which Germany aspires to repossess. The massive audience cried "we trant Danzig!" and interrupted frenquently with applause. The Marshall declared Poland •would "resist with all her means without exception any attempt, direct or indirect, to violate the interests, rights or dignity of our state." Without naming Britain and France, with whom Poland has mutual assistance agreements, he said it was his "pleasant duty to record with the deep -understanding and appreciation of a soldier that Poland has in. friends among other nations, nations who understand the real meaning of things and who have defined their attitude toward us." Foreign circles in Warsaw expressed belief that Poland was prepared to take direct action on the customs situation it the Danzig Senate's replay on the treatment of Polish customs inspectors proved unsatisfactory. "LENOX" Another Slipper Priced to Sell Quickly in Bentz & Dunn's AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE BLUE, PATENT and WHITE THE GAY THIRTIES <505H'PONTCHA £V£P GIT TIPEP OP SWIMMIN WHAT MAKES YA THINK FISHIN' AIN'T NK PIPNT * >-v O3UUPNT GO FiSHIN" HOT WATER PREFERRED 8-7 AH Rrjlin n.-<«nc'l '•! Tl\- AT r»aniii> Son-lr* 'IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU" SHOWING TODAY AND TUESDAY AT HENRY'S "It Could Happen to You," 20th Century-Fox's exciting, laughable comedy-thriller particularly expressing "how not to become a success," is showing today and Tuesday at Henry's Air Conditioned Theatre, bringing to the screen Stuart Envin and Gloria Stuart in amusing roles as hero and heroine —husband and Avife—in a story that may be your own. (We hope not.) Stuart Erwiu 'is seen as Mac Wilson, the hero of the film, a little slow on the trigger but very lovable and ambitious. His \vii'e. Miss Stuart, makes a very pretty partner with just enough ambition, too, to help her husband in his climb to success. However, a murdered woman in the back of hubby's car doesn't exactly enlighten matters any, from which point onward thrilling suspence alternates with stirring laughter as the wife attempts to track down'the killer to save hor husband in danger of his life. It is this very human-ness of the story, tragedy relieved by comedy, that makes the story so interesting and credible. Others seen in the film are Raymond Walburn, Douglas Fowley, June Gale and Paul Hurst. NEURITIS Negro Assailants Killed In Plunge BALTIMORE, Aug. 7.—A 40-year- old negro \vas fatally injured in a plunge from a third floor window of Podice Headquarters Sunday, a few minutes, detectives said, after he admitted a criminal assault on a 75- year-ol cl wornnn, Police Lieut. William Feehley said the negro, William E. Whitaker. sprang from his chair, eluded other officers, and leaped through the open window. He died three hours later in Mercy Hospital. The assault victim, Mrs. Marian Loockerman, is iu "fair" condition at Maryland General Hospital. The attack occurred while Mrs. Loock- ermau was alone at her home. DIXIE DAVIS WEDS ACTRESS Schultz Mob Mouthpiece Marries Hope Dare, Show Girl. NEW YORK, Aug. 7 (£>).—Dixie Davis, who courted Hope Dare while dodging the law and on brief leaves from jail over a hectic three- year period, was married to her Sunday by a police judge with two detectives as Avitnesses. Their goldfish-bowl romance, more widely publicized' 'than a glamor girl's and more closely chaperoned than a mid-Victorian's, was climaxed this morning in suburban Nyack, Rockland county, where they quietly obtained a license Friday under their correct names—Julius Davis and Julia Richter. & It devolved upon District Attorney Thomas E. Dewey's office, maintaining a protective guard over Davis, to disclose the wedding, which was attended by one of the detectives who arrested the disbarred rackets lawyer and his red- haired ex-showgirl sweetheart in a Philadelphia hideaway Feb. 2, 1938. A wedding trip for the couple— constantly guarded by detectives since Davis' completion last week of a jail term for policy racketeering as lawyer for the Dutch Schultz mob—was made impossible by a court order requiring Davis to remain available to Federal Grand Jury in the southern district of New York. From the time that Davis was discovered in Philadelphia until he completed his jail term, he saw Miss Dare many times. Defense counsel at the policy racket trial of ex-Tammany District Leader James J. Hines, against whom Davis was a star witness, charged that Davis was permitted to visit her apartment, though he was nominally a prisoner in the tombs, as an inducement for him to turn state's evidence. Fred Rebell sailed a sloop single- handed from Australia to Los Angeles. Then he was shipwrecked by a gale in Los Angeles harbor. Guaranteed accuracy of strength, purity and quality. St.Joseph GENUINE PURE ASPIRIN The appearance of Lionel Barrymore on the Maryland screen currently in "On Borrowed Time," nlmizatiori of last season's Broadway stage success, marks the thirtieth anniversary in pictures of the distinguished and popular character star. In the new work he is seen as the garrulous, hard-bitten but lovable Cramp who fights death in order to protect the grandson he adores. Bobs Watson, pictured above, plays the part of his grandson. Coroner Returns Suicide Verdict CONOWINGO, Md., Aug. 7 (£>).— David Craig. 45, postmaster at Conowingo for about three years, was found shot to death Sunday in his car, parked on the grounds of an abandoned paper mill at Row- landville, near where he lived. A revolver was found in the automobile, and Sheriff Dave Randolph said Dr.. J. B. Slicer, coroner, returned a verdict, of suicide. Officers said they knew of no motive for the death. Deputy Sheriff Ralph Robinson said he learned Craig had arrived home at the usual time last night and spent the night at home. He apparently arose early this morning, Robinson said, and drove to the old mill. Craig was unmarried. CLOTHING for men and women ... on EASY CREDIT TERMS PEOPLE'S 67 w Wash STORE Street CHARLIE KELLER IS FATHER; SON BORN FREDERICK, Md.. Aug. 7 (#>).— Charles Keller, outfielder for the New York Yankees, is the father of a 7% pounds hoy. The baby was born to the former Miss Martha Williamson here Friday night. Keller arrived last night. 1 for his first peek at the new arrival. The couple were married in January 193S. SNAKES WEAR NOSEGUARDS. LOS ANGELES (/P).—A snake that wears a noseguard like a football player is described in a new University ' of California publication by Charles M. Bogert It is called the patch-nosed suake. Rather rare, it is found from the American southwest to Central America. WOMAN PLUNGES 6 STORIES AND LIVES Jersey City., N. J., Aug. 7 (£>). —Mrs. Mary Laden, 49, fainted and fell into an open dumXvait- er shaft last night, plunged %J« stories to the basement of h«r apartment buildtng and lived to tell about it. Wedg*.d so tightly in the bottom of the shaft that a police emergency squad sergeant had to raise her with a rspe to permit emergency treatment necessary before she could be removed, Mrs. Laden was taken to a medical center where attaches said she was "resting comfortably." Mrs. Laden received severe bruises and lecerations, painful burns from a steel cable attached to the dumbwaiter and a possible fractured leg. PERMISSION GRANTED "Washington, Aug. 7 (#>).—Japan has been, granted permission for & plane flight over Alaska into the United States on a projected 35,000 -mile round-the-world good will flight the state department said Sunday. A request to fly over the Canal Zone still is under consideration, the department added. John D. Myers *& Co. SPECIAL LOT 3 and 4 Piece $1 O.50 SUITS ** Year Round Weight 43 Summit Ave., Phone: 99€ Hagerstown, Md. ' HOLLAND FURNACE COMPANY HOLLAND, MICHIGAN World's Largest Installers of Home Heating and Air Conditioning Systems PERFECT HEAT IN EVERY ROOM Now At All-Time Low In Cost! •^ Increased production for the pre-~ dieted 1939 building boom cut Holland's costs materially and the saving is being passed on to home owners. So, if you did not have per- feet heat in. every room last winter; now is the ideal time to make sure of having it next winter. Call the Holland engineer at the factory branch on the left and ask for a FREE HEATING SURVEY .Dart Jones wanted to make his trip to the American Legion Convention a oiie-nijiu holiday, but Ma makes Relieve Pain In Few Minutes orMjneyBacff j jt ,. The <1ones F ." imily iu Holly- v> relieve torturing pain of Rheumatism, NVurilis. Ne>iru!«b. or Lumbaco m a lew minutes. r,ct NUR1TO. tlic splendid lornmla, used by thousand*. Dependable — no opiates. Does the work quiAly. Muse relieve cruel pain to vour satisfaction, in few minutes or your moiicy back. Don't suffer. Ask your ist today for NUR1TO on this K uar»nt««. '-MARYLAND STARTS TODAY wood." Spring Byingtoii and Jed Prouty in the 2i.ilh Onhiry-Fox lilni opening today at the Academy. Elephant Escapes Following Mishap A •!,000-pound elephant of the Russell Brothers circus which showed here last Thursday, escaped from her trailer after an accident near Slauntou, Va., yesterday in which another elephant ami air attendant were killed. The elephant remained at large in the woods of Northern Virginia late last night, trampling farm fences and defying Attempts at capture. N Two oilier elephants were staked out in the vicinity in the hope that '"Klsie." the fugitive, would find them and quiet down. The beast escaped after a tractor hauling a trailer left the Lee highway and jumped a ditch, killing the attendant and "Rubber,'' Elsie's pachyderm companion. AUTO IS DAMAGED BUT NONE INJURED The automobile operated by Joseph W. Byron, SOO block Forest Drive, was badly damaged late last night in a collision with another machine on North Prospect street. The car of Mr. Byron collided with the machine operated by Leo W. Powell, Myersville. Patrolman Lewis Schmidt charged Powell with failing to give right-of-way. Many natives of Brazil are said to drink 10 to L'O (Mips of coffee a day. See It From the Beginning! Because the story of "On Borrowed Time" i.s Martlinj;- and different we urse you to See it from the be.uiniiins;. Feature Presented at 1:20 - 3'20 - 7:20 - 9:25 CONTINUOUS 11A.M. fo 11 P.M. AT IJCnRYC I I THEATRE W/ NOW SHOWING By burning 25% slower than the average of the 15 other of the largest-selling brands tested —slower than any of them— CAMELS give a smoking plus equal to EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK "With a cigarette as good as CAMEL, it's swell to get those extra puffs!" "-^ SAYS LLOYD CHILD, FAMOUS POWER-DIVE TEST PILOT Warner Bros, ACADEMY STARTS TODAY Trouty • Sprint lyingJon • K«n Howell G*«rf * ErnMt • Junt Corltoci - Floronc* RoS«m - iHly Mohan W Williora Trocy Jun« OoU • Moivin Sr»ph*n* PLUS • "The Lone Ranger Rides Again" No. 14 STUART ERWIN GLORIA STUART WMOND WUBUHN • JUNl WU OCHJGUS FOW1TY • ClAKtNa KOll Here are the facts about cigarettes recently confirmed through scientific laboratory- tests of 1(5 of the largest- selling brands: 1 CAMELS \vcre found to contain MORE TOBACCO BY WEIGHT than the average for the 15 other of the largest-selling brands. 2 CAMELS BURNED SLOWER THAN ANY OTHER BRAND TESTED-2 5% SLOWER THAN THE AVERAGE TIME OF THE 15 OTHER OF THE LARGEST-SELLING BRANDS! By burning 25 C / C slower, on the average, Camels give smokers the equivalent of 5 EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK! 3 In the same tests, CAMELS HELD THEIR ASH FAR LOSGER than the average time for all the other brands. Yes, those choicer tobaccos for which Camel pays, millions more do make a difference! Camels- are the quality cigarette crcry smoker can afford. MORE PLEASURE PER PUFF- MORE PUFFS PER PACK — Penny for penny your best cigarette buy siit. 1939. E. 3. Tob»cc« Coo«uty. \Ybuto*-S»l*m, N. 0, LLOYD CHILD at Buffalo Airport, scene of his recent world record power-dive — more than 575 m.p.h. in the Curtiss Hawk 75-A—pauses to give his slant on cigarettes: "I've smoked Camels for about fifteen years. I knew that they were the long-burning cigarette. That means more smoking for my money. On a pack of twenty, as those scientific reports show, it's like getting five extra smokes pei'pack. It's the right kind of smoking, too—mild and swell, cooler, non-irritating, better for my kind of steady, day-after-day smoking." Don't miss the fun of smoking Camels! Enjoy their matchless blend of choice tobaccos... while enjoying the economy of that long-burning feature that makes Camels "penny for penny your best cigarette buy." CAMELS— Long-Burning Costlier Tobaccos

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