The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 7, 1939 · Page 10
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TEN THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1939. Todays Radio Programs NEW YORK, Aug. 7. — The harness racing world's "Kentucky derby," the Hambletonian stake for $40,000, will be given plenty of WJZ- NBC air space Wednesday afternoon as it is run at the Goshen,' N. Y., track. Three 15-minute periods, spaced at 2, 3 and 4 o'clock, have been set aside for description if it takes that many heats to decide the winner of the sulky trotting race. Clem McCarthy of horse race and fight broadcasting experience will get the microphone cooperation of George Putnam. Paul V. McNutt, New Federal Security administrator, is scheduled for a Friday night broadcast via WJZ-NBC when he talks at the convention, of the Young Democratic Clubs of America at Pittsburgh. The previous night, CBS is to carry the keynote address of Senator Claude Pepper of Florida. The week's forecast for the foreign short ware bands: "Good the first one or two days, probably decreasing to fair during the last half of the week." SHDCKEV BY THE WY.MONTX WHERE WAS MRS, JAY WHEN HER CHILDREN GOT IN AIL THAT MISCHIEF? WHY MR. MERLIN. SHE WAS OUT TELLING THE MOTHERS CLUB HO* TO RAISE CHILDREN! A:\D" SPEAKING of mischief, you'd tetter see Sbockey's fo r furniture if you're rearing children. Our furniture stands the guff of growing families . . . prices are set to suit your income! Dialing- tonight (M o n d a y): WEAF-NBC—6:15 Luther-Layman Singers; 7:30 Margaret Speaks, soprano; 8:30 Horace Heidt Knights; 9 Contented Concert; 10:30 Dance music. WABC-CBS—6:30 Blondie (wset repeated 9:30); 7:30 Howard and Shelton S George McCall on Movies; 9 Premier of Bob Burns Movie; 10:15 Dance music. WJZ-NBC—6 Orphans of Divorce; 7 Order of Adventurers; 7:30 Magic Key; 9 True or False; 9:30 new time for Radio Forum. Rep. Samuel Rayburn. What to expect Tuesday; WEAF- NBC—11:30 a. m. The Trial Finder; 2:30 p. m. Pepper Young; 5 Bert Shefter's Octet. CBS-chain— 2:30 Story of the Song; 4 Exploring Music; 5:30 Michael Loring's songs. WJZ-NBC—2 U. S. Army Band; 2:30 Fashion Broadcast from Paris; 5:05 Eastern Grsss Courts tennis. MBS-Chaiu—10:45 a. m. Doughnut Dunking champs; 11:15 a. m. Betta Theta Pi Centenary. LOCAL QUOTATIONS Furnished by Kline Bros., Benevola Wheat (at mill) 67c Wheat (at barn) 66c Corn 75c Local Prices Paid Producer! Butter lb. 20c to 26c Country Bacon lb i«c Eggs doz. 17c Onions per bu. 75c Country Ham lb. 25c Chickens lb. lie to 14c Springers lb. 14c to 16c Shoulder lb. 20c Lard lb. 7c Potatoes No. 1, btu 60e BROTHERS END ENDURANCE TEST SPRINGFIELD, 111., Aug. 7.—The flying Moody brothers. Hunter and Humphrey, ended their two weeks' endurance flight at 10:46 P- m. (CST) last night. Lauding during a severe electrical storm, the young fliers had completed 343 hours and 46 minutes in the air, establishing a new endurance record for light planes. The landing was without mishap- State police estimated a crowd of 5 ; 000 saw the end of the flight HIS CONSCIENCE REACHES EVEN HIS PEG LEG MOSCOW (ip). — Religion is frowned 011 in the U. S. S. R., but a lively conscience still wins admiration now and then. Newspapers recently reported with satisfaction the case of a jeweler who stumped into a police station, removed his wooden leg and poured from its hollow interior a flood of diamonds and other gems, appropriated many years ago while he was working as an appraiser. "I couldn't bear the shame of hiding treasure stolen from the Soviet Government," he explained. LOOK 'EM OVER BOYS!! Each man to his own taste. '^ The fact is ... they are ALL winners. That describes 1 HAGERSTOWN LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS' SERVICE . . beautifully done ... dependable service. Try us for a change and see for yourself. Have Your Shirts "Style" Laundered DAMP WASH 12!bs.45c Our Dry Cleaning Is Odorless SUITS and DRESSES Si£, 75c Cleaned HRGERSTOUJn LflUflDRY AND CLEflRERS PHDNE 255D • FDR PIK-UP AND DELIVERY HRVld MODEST MAIDENS Tr»dtm»rk R«ci.itered U. S. Puttnt Office THREE FREED BY GOVERNOR Co-Defendants Of Wm. P. Lawson Are Granted Paroles By O'Conor. ANNAPOLIS, Md., Aug. 7 (#>).— Three men convicted with former Police Commissioner William P. Lawson of consiracy in the operation of a brokerage concern, looked forward today to freedom, granted by Governor Herbert R. O'Conor. The men, Frank Mueller, Frederick A. Mueller and Vincent L. Clisham, had served all but about three months of one-year terms. Lawson 1 was sentenced to three years. The Governor's statement made no mention of clemency for him. In announcing the paroles, along with four others, O'Conor said the sentencing judge and a majority of the jury convicting them had recommended paroles. At the time of their sentencing, the Governor recalled, Lawson "accepted full responsibility for the acts which were the basis of the indictment. "All three of them liave made good prisoners," O'Conor continued. "None has. been in difficulty before, and employment has been provided for them from responsible individuals or firms if they are released." "In recommending that these three men be released now, the di- rector of the division of parole and probation states that there was no doubt in the mind of the court that the three men were obeying instructions from their superior * * * I have cai*efully reviewed all of the facts in the several cases and realize the serious effect upon many persons who were victimized thru bogus stock transactions figuring in the case. However, I am not called upon to do more than to mete out justice to the three individuals whose release at this time is urgently recommended." E. F. Russel of Sweet Home, Ore., owns a wagon said to have been in continuous use from 1852 to 1925. NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS By OSCAR HITT BUT DIDN'T Y'GET THE LOOK HEFFIE GAVE HIM WHEN.HEA5KED US T' STAY HERE ? HE'S GOT k SOMETHIN'UP HIS SLEEVE.--/ OH,PETERS -YER THINGS—I DIDN'T SEE NO LOOK/ SHE MAY HAVE JEST BEEN 5'P£l5E "I THINK IT WAS VERY NICE PETERS HAS HIS SUSPICIONS OF HUBERT'S MOTIVES IN INSISTING ON THEM MOVING- IN LIKE THIS,BUT THE OLD BOY'D STAY IN ANYTHING SHORT OF A HAUNTED HOUSE: TO SAVE A HOTEL BILL/ News I, Q. Answers 1. Labor Leader Lewis meant he wouldn't support vice President Garner for President. 2. True, under new treaty. 3. Thailand (Free land). 4. In order they're 83, 70, 56 and 76. 5. He's the new U. S. high commissioner for the Philippines. WONDER HOW HIS TONSILS ARE? MIDDLETOWN, Va. (/P).—Wilmer Renner, 17, might claim a record in operations—IS times under the surgeon's knife in three years. After recovering from 1? opera- lions for removal of bone infections, he had his appendix removed. GREECE SQUELCHES RUMOR OF DEAL ON CORRIDOR ATHENS, Greece (£>).—Greece has no intention of giving Bulgaria a corridor along the Greco-Turkish frontier as a commercial outlet to the Aegean Sea. Reports that Greece had agreed to such a concession under pressure from "a great power"—presumably Germany—were spiked by General Metaxes, "dictatora" premier, in a recent speech here. Metaxas said Greece- was strongly opposed to such a policy, which would drive a wedge between Turkey and Greece, now linked by the Balkan Entente. YOU'LL be surprised at the values \vhich are offered daily in the classified ads. CAMERA STOLEN Leroy Reichard, Oak Hill avenue, reported a camera stolen from his automobile while it was parked on an East Baltimore street lot Saturday night. James W. Yowell, Wilson boulevard, reported the larceny of a banjo and clock. Golf, believed to have originated in Scotland, is a descendant of field hockey. Loan OFTICC LIB€RAL LOflMS on eveRYTHinG Bv STANLEY TH£ WAX THAT FISH <SEOWS~)LL BET IT' WITH WITH ANO YODfcGIFT <5<3AB-.TKAT COULD BE MADE A REAL RSH FISH -7>W GOT AWAY ON HIS VACAT/OM IS STILL BIG A4EWS AT "TOE <XAfc)O/J OFFICE , COPYRIGHT. 1939. KING FEATURES SYNDICATE, tnc. WORLD RIGHTS RESERVED POPEYE A Traffic Cop Does His Duty! BEG PARDOW,Slfc, CAN VOL) D\RECT US TO THE WEAKEST LAMP? VOU GO DOVJKJTHIS WAV TILL VOU COME TO A Vs/H ALE TURN) LEFTATTHE WHALE AMD 60 STRAIGHT AHEAD TO A SCHOOL OF SHARKS -THEM TURK) RIGHT THAWK 1OKAY W1MPV, YOU) JfcVOU CAM'T MISS IT V/IDGE.T WATER I (PROM THE (f OH :rOL)MT\Kl6 OF I GOODV VODT.HE.iSA ' 3UU RUMT AGA1K) V - — i ****^ SCORCHY SMITH Bv JOHN C TERRY ^HE CAPTIVES HAVE 5TUAABLED UPON A SECRET PASSAGE LEADING FROM THEIR ROOM-BUT, BEFORE THEY * CAN ESCAPE, THEY HEAR TWO OF BEAU'S THUGS AT THE DOOR'—- SOMEONE'S AT THE DOOR/ QUICK, SCOOP-SHUT THAT PASSAGE / CO/VIE ON, SISTER- \ <, COMING WITH US// _—-""^ / NOTHING THEY CAN 00 NOW/ BRICK BRADFORD By William Ritt and Clarence Gray THEIR PLANE SHOT DOWN. BRICK AND BUCKO LEAP FOR THEIR LIVES 8-7 HOPE BUCKO HAS SENSE ENOUGH TO CUT HIMSELF FREE OF HIS 'CHUTE BEFORE HE STRIKES WATER / THIS ISN'T SO BAD BUT WHATU I DO WHEN THE WATER ? BRICK FREED OF HIS 'CHUTE PLUNGES INTO THE SEA "Poor fella, his wife's away on vacation* By WALLY BISHOP

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