The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 8, 1939 · Page 8
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EIGHT THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1939. Todays Radio Programs NEW YORK, Aug. S.—Date has been advanced for the series of overseas broadcasts by British and French statesmen, arranged on a recent trip by John Royal, NBC vice president.. Instead of beginning in September, the first one is now set for 6:45 o'clock this evening. It will be by Winston Churc- fcill, British leader. As scheduled, British speakers %-ill be heard on Tuesdays, with the frenchmen on Thursdays. Both pro- trams will "be carried by WJZ-NBC, Leon Blum, former Premier of France, talking in the second one. In addition, others to join in the "broadcasts are M. Yvon Delbos, former French Foreign Minister, and Lord Duff Cooper, fcmner British Privy Councillor. The plan is to alternate the speakers. Anthony Eden, who was to have- started the series, will be heard later. After quite an absence, Tony Martin of'the films will be back in Broadcasting for the new season. He- has signed both to sing and handle the M. C. post in the revised Andrew Kostelanetz concerts due to resume on CBS August 21. Also in the program is a singer new to radio, David Laughin, Irish tenor, and a "discovery" of Kostelanetz. Tuning tonight (Tuesday): "WEAF-NBC—7 Johnny Presents; 8 Battle of the Sexes; S:30 Alec Templeton, piano; 9 District Attorney; 9:30 Uncle "Walt's Doghouse. WABC-CBS—-6:15 Ted Husing on Sports; 7 Human. Adventure; S 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; S Artie Shaw Orchestra; 8:30 Story Time: 9 It I had a Chance. MBS-Chain—10 Conference of Catholic Charities. What to expect Wednesday: WEAF-NBC—12:45 p. m., Words and Music; 1:45 Hymns of All Churches; 4:30 Singing Trumpeters. CBS-XJhain—1:45 Enoch Lifht Orchestra. WJZ-NBC—11:30 a. m. Farm and Home ^ r; 2, 3 and 4 p. m. Hambletonian Stakes, harness race; 5:05 Eastern garss courts tennis. MBS-Chain—2 Marriage License Romances. Big Bass Caught Near Pinesburg John Banzhoff. Williamsport, is the first fisherman to enter a bass in the August contest being conducted by Semler's, W. Washington street. He caught the fish on Saturday at Pinesburg and it weighed 3 1-2 pounds. Three prizes will be awarded for the biggest fish caught this r onth. CATCH SIX BASS Stanley Helm and Ed McCann found the fishing good yesterday morning in the Potomac at Mountain Lock "where they landed six nice bass, the largest weighing nearly three pounds. They reported the :iver dropping and clearing. They "used plugs and chubs to catch their fi^ 1 - BUY YOUR COAL —FROM— CUSHWAS' Phone 2200 and get THE BEST Close Battle In Firemen's Loop Plenty of fight is being shown in the Firemen's Softball League among the first four clubs in the battle for second half honors with only one game separating the first four clubs. Last week the Williamsport boys defeated Basore's Hooks by a 4 to 3 score to remain in first place while the Antietams under the management of Gilbert Spalding continue 10 win and Maugansville bowed 3 to 1. Enterprise, winners of the first half, defeated Funkstown 13 to 3 with Lapole hitting for the circuit with the bases loaded. Boonsboro downed the- Hose Company 7 to 5. Tomorrow night Williamspoi't plays Funkstown on the City Farm, Maugansville at Boonsboro, First Hose at Antietams and Enterprise goes to Pangboru Park to meet the Hook and Ladder team. The standing: Won Lost Williamsport 3 0 Boonsboro 3 Enterprise . 3 Antietams 3 Maugansville . 1 Hook and Ladder 1 Hose Company 0 Funkstown 0 The Horoscope (Copyright, 193t, by tht McClure Newspaper Syndicate) Tuesday, August 8, 1939 Through the morning hours adverse aspects rule today, according to astrology. Later, benefic influences are active. It is a date for careful procedure in business and politics. Negotiations with capitalists may be unfortunate under this sway which encourages delays am", uncer- ainties. Employers may make jreements with workers with horn they have had differences of pinion. Four States Ten Defeat Kays 3-1 Last night on the City Park diamond the- strong Four States team, handed the Kay Jewelers ft 3 to 1 setback. Browning and Barnhart hooked up in a hurlers' duel with Browning getting the best of the argument. For six innings the Kay Jewelers held a 1 to 0 lead but in the- seventh the Livestock boys landed on Barnhart for five hits to score all of their runs. Moore aiid Byers hit well for the winners while R. Miller showed the way for the losers. Score: Four States 000 000 300—3 11 0 Kays . ..... 100 000 000—1 6 1 Browning and Diehl Barnhart and Berger. SINGLE MEN WIN A fast double play, a lot of high wind upset the Married Men's "apple cart ?> yesterday in the annual contest staged between the single and married men of the Blue Ridge Lines. The single men came off with a (5 to 5 victory. The contest was a thriller from start to finish. PLAYING GAME TONIGHT The Meyers-Berkson softball team will engage the Company 360 CCC Camp ten this evening on the Reservoir diamond with the game getting under way at 6 o'clock. All players are urged to be on hand promptly for this battle. SPLIT IN DOUBLE BILL The Hagerstown Auto Exchange softball team divided a double header with the Maryland State Penal Farm on Sunday morning. The Automen lost the first game, S-0, with Miller and Kocgle the battery. They came back to win the second, 6-3, as Shupp struck out 15 opposing batsmen. For games call the Hagerstown Auto Exchange. ENGLISH LIGHTSHIP GOES TO GRAVEYARD THE NORE, England (#>).—A battered old tub of a vessel, towed into the Thomas estuary a century ago, is going home to rest its barnacle-encrusted sides in a ship-breaker's graveyard. The Nore lightship, oldest of her kind afloat, was manned by crews who saw sail give way to steam, motorships encroach on the domain of steamships and aircraft drone overhead, heralding a new age of fast transport. Her successor looks like a luxury yacht on a cruise. A pair of bloodhounds imported from the United States is being used 1o build up a. corps of canine sleuths which will be available to Scotland Yard and chief constables in England and Wales. MODEST MAIDENS nrt Reitintert-d U. S. Patent Office "Getting fined for speeding uwsn't bad enough You liad to give the judge a hot-foot!" The stars seem to indicate that efforts to reduce wages.will cause trouble in certain industries in the autumn. Adjustments, however, are prognosticated. This is not a lucky date for signing legal papers. Contracts may be unsatisfactory. Leases should be postponed. Changes in viewpoint will be many and confusing this month. Although there is a sign read as foreshadowing clear mental vision and foresight, there may be much muddled thinking and unstable public opinion. Severe thunder storms, high winds and sudden weather changes are prognosticated. Heat waves will cause great suffering in many cities, especially in the West and South. Earthquakes again will disturb dwellers in widely separated states. One that will affect attendance at an exposition is presaged, but it may not be severe in its results. Persons whose birthdate it is OFFICER DISCHARGED BALTIMORE, Aug. S.—William G. Edrington, a detective sergeant of the state police suspended July 7, was discharged Monday by State Employment Commissioner Harry C. Jones. Edrington, a merit system employe 16 years, was charged with "inefficiency, neglect of performance of duty, drinking while on duty and making a false statement to his commanding officer." NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS By OSCAR HITT THANK YOU -GOOD 8VE AND HAVE A NICE TRIP—WE'LL TAKE GOOD CARE op THE-HOUSE — NOW, NEVER MIND COMING DOWN TO THC TRAIN WITH US— YOU STAY RIGHT HERE AND ENJOY X>URSELV£5,'/ THE M C MAB6S CHECKED OUT AND THE PETERSES TOOK OVER THE PALATIAL. MANSION-BUT HORSETFEATHERS' ENTHUSIASM WAS TEMPERED'BY HIS SKEPTICISM OF HUBERTS GENEROSITY/ LOCAL QUOTATIONS Furnished by Kline Bros., Benevoia Wheat (at mill) 67c Wheat (at barn) 66c Corn 75c Local Prices Paid Producers Butter lb. 20c to 2Sc Country Bacon lb l*c Eggs doz. 17c Onions per bu. 75c Country Ham lb. 25c Chickens lb. lie to He Springers lb. He to 16c Shoulder lb. 20c Lard lb. 7c Potatoes No. 1, bu. 60« Harry Wright was captain of the famous Cincinnati Red Stockings of 1869, and he played center field. Deaths Caused By Rolling Gas Pipes San Bernardino, Calif., Aug. S (£>)—Eleven hundred feet of four- inch gas pipe rolled down a mountainside Monday, killed a woman outright, indirectly caused the death of a man and critically injured two others. Mrs. Bess Arnold Ross, 46, of Long Beach, Calif., was crushed to death. Her housekeeper, Ann McDonald, 25, was taken to a hospital where one leg was amputated. A 71-year-old motorist, Grant Allison, died upon seeing Mrs. Ross' body at the accident scene. BALTIMORE HAY Baltimore, Aug. 7 (JP)—Hay: Good timothy, clover and mixed, nominally $10.00-13.00 ton. Straw: No. 1 wheat, $6.00-50 ton; standard, $6.00-50 ton. Dixie Walker of the Dodgers was born at Villirica, Ga., and Gee Walker of the White Sox was born at Gulfport, Miss. tofln OFFICC OH fVCRYTHinG 55n ionflTHflns r THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY THE HOUSE FLOOt>ED\ fBUTLADY-l HAVENT SEE/d .^^.^.^J^ AUfN*v>M\ \/ici"riM/!&..-JI/-ri\cr«-B- g^v^ ev-ns ^PSAO^-y ' HOUSE WONT BE ANY WETTER. IF » THE JOB /JUST L.1KEA V.VVOM- ON THE JOB .'COPYRIGHT. I9J9. KING FtATuftES SYNOICATt. Inc. \VORLft HICHTJ RESERVED S*S POPEYE Stick Your Hand Out For A Turn Poopdeck! WETO&M LEFT AT A WHALE AMD TURN R\GHTATSOME SHARKS--THEM VAJE FIND LAND? -THERE IS A SHOR.TE.R WAV \P YOU ARE, IM A HURRY PORPOISES PORPOISES i THAMK VOO,WE SHALL •I TRY THE V^HALE AMD SHARK ROUTE MEPTUME TELLS ME WE ARE NEAR LAND I WHAT L^ND IS\ C IT, WMPV J SCORCHY SMITH By JOHN C. TERRY THIS IS OUR ONLY HOPE TO SAVE ANGELA AND DOC FROM THAT MOB ' BRICK BRADFORD By William Ritt and Clarence Gray THE 'CHUTE DRAGS HIM UNDER — BUCKO, TANGLED IN HIS CHUTE, FALL5 INTO THE _- ~ f *^ **% ^~ "^^j - BRICK, KICKING OFF HIS SHOES, STRUGGLES TO THE SURFACE GOSH, NO BUCKO/HE'S GONE UNDER/ MUGGS AND SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP 7 HE MAY BE ILL OR SOMETHIM'!! EOMT THIMK YA OUGHT TO IMVESTlGATE? I DOMT KMOVV! HE'S BEEM LYIN ; HERE EVER SIMCE I GOT UP THIS MORNING! 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