The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 11, 1939 · Page 3
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939. BELL ELECTED LEGION HEAD Officer* Of Morris Frock Post Named; Smith Retiring Commander. Clyde M. Bell was elected as • commander of Morris Frock Post of the American Legion at the annual- election held at the Legion Home last night Paul H. Smith is the retiring commander. Othe r officers elected were: H. Cameron Elgin, senior vice-commander; 0. G. Eckard, junior vice- commander; C..L. Stiiie, adjutant; Rev. Fr. J. F. Lea-y. chaplain; R. W. Ambrose, sergeant-at-arms and G. W. Webber, historian. Those elected members of the executive committee were H . F. Mowen, Paul H. Smith, Richard D. Stonebraker, Harry C. Shank and C. L. Mobley. The following were announced as delegates to the convention of the state department to be held in Baltimore August 23 to 26: Paul K. Smith, Clyde M. Bell, C. L. Stine, T. Frank Lynch, Richard D. Stonebraker, Harry C. Shank, Jesse E. Clem, W. Edw. Heimel, V. O. Wallace, E. G. Smith and Harry F Feigley. Convention delegates are Samuel J. Cohen, E. B. Williams, E. G. Eckard, H. F. Hurd, L. S. Middleliauff, C. C. Bowman, R. E. L. Putnam, N. R. McCardell, E. F. Hovermill, Carl H. Mc. Cleary and H. R. Maugans., The membership of the post was announced last night as 432, ,the highest since organization. THREE THE GAY THIRTIES GO 00WLINS TONIGHT 6IPDAP,, DADDY/ A HORSE- ALL AFTERNOON HERSHEYPARK * BALLROOM * ;SAT,, AUG. 12th 8 ?° sp ? v liRRRU ClilRTOn AND HIS ORCHESTRA D**c*rr $1.00 Gtlltry 50/ D. S. T. STRING GARDEN MHO of York Delightful NIGHT BATHING POOL Open 'til 10:30 P. M. WARNER BROS.THEATRES • MARYLAND • NOW SHOWING • WHOSE BABY IS WHO? Yiu'l Mvir iuns—iri wi'll Nvir till!.. SEE FOR YOURSELF tki fly •st rMianci that ivtr racttf ymr hurt for SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION TONIGHT ONLY ON THE STAGE "LITTLE MISS MANBECK" • Appearing at 9:40 P. M. Hear Hngerstnwn's Sensational Child Radio Star Singing your Favorite Songs. . , ' ENTIRE FAMILY SURE TO ENJOY REPUBLIC FILM A rousing adventure film, wit] pleasant interludes of music, Republic's "In Old Caliente," which plays tomorrow and Saturday a the Colonial Theatre, Roy Rogers Mary Hart,' and George "Gabby' Hayes have the leading roles. The time of the story is th lS50's, the place American Call fornia. Roy is seen as an employee of a wealthy landowner. A group of bandits hold up a caravan o gold shipment which Roy is in charge of, and suspicion falls on an American wagon train encampec nearby. The train is led by Scou George Hayes, an old friend o Roy's. The two combine to clean up the gang, and furious action thrills fill the screen when the two pals set to work. Lovely Mary Hart as usual, is the feminine inspiration of Roy's heroics. this weekend a:--; the last chapter of the thrilling Buck Rogers serial, a cartoon and a sportg reel. 'EX-CHAMP," McLAGLEN FILM, SHOWING LAST TIMES TODAY AT HENRY'S Big, burly Victor McLaglen, famous for the rugged characterizations he enacts for the screen, and famous, too, as the Academy Award r inner for his outstanding performance in "The Informer," has another strong emotional role as the star of TJniversal's stirring drama. "Ex-Champ," showing last "RennrtH — Atlantic City. H. J.' PRINESS off So OftCMISTIA . MNCINC Fr*«Oc«tfiB»thmq FVem Hotel WRITE r<M ftOOKltT ANO 'UMKAN PL AH MATES A\ OWMQ CLOTHING • for.mtn and women ... on EASY CREDIT TERMS PEOPLE'S STORE 67 W. Wash. Street ACADEMY TODAY Chester Morris, again, seen as pilo of an airplane, in bis role of Bil tured cast of ten in RKO JRadio'; unusual film, "Five Came Back.' The picture tells of a flight from Los Angeles, a crash, in a Brazilian jungle, 'and the dramatic events that followed it. Lucille Ball Wendy Barrie and others have im portant roles in the picture, show ing today and tomorrow at the Academy Theatre. times today at Henry's Air Condi tioned Theatre. A vivid, pulsating story of an ex-prizefighter who fights his greatest battle trying to save the son who disowns him from a terrible fate, "Ex-Cham y" brings McLaglen to the screen in a role so human, so real, that it actually lives and jreathes with penetrating realism. »Vho knows—"Ex-Champ" may win another Academy Award. It's worthy of it Seen in support are Nan Grey, Tom Brown, Constance Moore. Willam Frawley, Donald Briggs and Samuel S. Hinds. Ford Co. Accused OfActViblation WASHINGTON, Aug. 11.—The Vational Labor Relations Board, •evising a previous order, ruled lere that the Ford Motor Company had violated the- Wagner la- lor act and must correct certain abor practices described as unfair. The board held that the company was guilty of discrimination in the lischarge of 24 employees. It ordered the company to offer rein- tatement to the 24 with back pay. nd stop discouraging membership n the United Automobile Workers Jnion, assaulting or intimidating mion men or interfering with employees' collective bargaining CHESTER MORRIS LUCILLE BALL WENDY BARRIE JOHN CARRAOINE ALLEN JENKINS JOSEPH CALLEIA C. AUBREY SMITH KENT TAYLOR PATRIC KNOWLES ELISABETH RISDON COLONIAL See us first when you need your USED CAR AUTO EXCHANGE HAGERSTOWN 934 S. Potomac St. Phone 1133 CONTINUOUS 11AJ. to 11 P.M. KEEP COOL AT — .TODAY — TOMORROW Continuous 1 Till 11 P. M. JJCPRYC I I THEATRE %*/ I LAST TIMES TODAY VIGOR MCLAGLEN TOM BROWN-NAN GREY CONSTANCE MOORE FINAL CHARIER PLUS • "BUCK ROGERS'* BETTY BOOP CARTOON — NOVELTY SATURDAY ONLY Mf S%MBI ••"i . c ^ \Z^^^^ A Hfw UNIVEKS**- f ' * ,** •ft ADDED Serial — Comedy — Cartoon rights. - • . ; The case grew out of the XT. A. W.'s attempts to circulate union handbills at the company's gates and' the violence 'Walter P.'Reuther that ?nd 1 followed. DR, DANA WILL CONDUCT HERE Musical Leader And Zona Miller Hall To Appear On Sunday Concert. Dr. Lynn H. Dana, president of the Dana Musical Institute, Warren, Ohio, will be presented to the public in Hagerstown at the City Park, Sunday evening as guest conductor of the Hagerstown Municipal Band. He will be introduced by Peter Buys. As a musician, Dr. Dana stands among the leaders, and is well, known to the general public through his writings and reputation as a pianist, teacher, director and lecturer. He is a pupil of Jacob Schmitt, Chevalier Anton de Kontski, court pianist to the Emperor of Germany; Robert Goldbeck, William Sherwood and several other noted teachers. Dr. Dana is one of the pioneers in the standardization of music teaching and dean of the musical department of the McKinley Birthplace Memorial Association. For 15 years he was . connected with, the music life of the Chatauqua Institution, Chatauqua, N. Y., and was the first secretary of the association of presidents and- past presidents of the • Music Teachers Association of America. In October, 1922, Dr. Dana was honored with a membership in the Royal Academy of Music of London, England. Another special attraction for Sunday evening will be the appearance of Zona Miller Hall in two especially ai-ranged vocal numbers by Peter Buys. Another pleasing concert was Frankensteen, U. A; W. officers, given at the City Park last night were beaten. by the Hagerstown Band. Several Search Made For Two Armed Thieves that the service station attendant kept the gasoline tank cover. Funkhouser drove his car back to Baltimore last night. Jim Londos To Wed : Amateur Air Pilot The two men who abandoned the automobile of T. S. Funkhouser, Baltimore, in the second block of Summit avenue early Thursday morning, were armed and knowr to be dangerous, police here dis- LOS ANGELES, Aug. 11 (flp).— closed last night. j Wrestler Jim Londos, 39, and Miss State Police kept an all-night Arva Esther Rochwite, 27, ama- vigilance for the two occupants— teur flyer and daughter of a St. a white man and Negro—after they got a tank load of gas at Lisbon and departed without paying for it. Louis architect, applied here for a marriage license. They said they would be married | The service station attendant said j in about a month, one or both of the men nourished i Londos gave his real name as revolvers. j Christ T. Theophelos, of the Penn- Officer John Pirjuitt of the West-! sylvania Athletic Club, Philadel- DR. LYNN DANA, SR. requested numbers were played to the enjoyment of the many people present. Threats Are Made Against Children New York, Aug. 11.—The New York Post says Gov. Lloyd C. Stark of Missouri has placed two of his daughters under the protection of G-men here because of threatening letters. The daughters, Molly, 7, 'and Katherine, 5, did not appear at Missouri Day ceremonies at the New York World's Fair here and the Governor disclosed they were under guard in a hotel, the Post adds. Efforts to communicate with the Governor were not immediately successful. The Federal Bureau of Investigation declined common!. The Post says Stark declined to disclose the exact nature of the threats. ern Maryland reported last night that he chased two men answering descriptions of, the fugitives through the railway yards. He said he fired several shots into the air but neither of them stopped. After getting the gas at Lisbon, the men departed in such haste phi a. EYE GLASSES ON CREDIT AT KAY'S 40 West Washington Street Insist On Tri-Maid Product* Quality Guaranteed. Sold Exclusively By Triangle Food Stores BED TRAYS & BACK RESTS HARRY S. MYERS 53 North Potomac Street Leave Baltimore 9 A.M 1 . (E.S. T.) Salt - water bathingr, amusement rides, dancing, picnic groves, boardwalk " a.t .Seaside. Back in Baltimore T:.",0 P.M. fE.S.T.) Adults 75c. Children 40c." Tonight NI@©NLIGHT Triple fun! Crufse. movies, •lancing! Cool and breezy. -v.3o to 11:30 (E.S.T.) ev»ry night. Adults 35c. Children. 30c. Bob Cral*"* Orchestra WILSON LINE PIEHg. LIGHT ST. PtA^A Jil BALTIMORE M Y HAT'S OFF 70 MARYLAND. YOU* GUNTHER'S IS AS PRY AND BEER-Y AS EUROPE'S BEST! We'd like to have you meet more of these experts. Each is an expert on beers made here and abroad. James Wright is on the left, formerly of Hotel Savoy, London, now in New York. Max Wex on the right, is a member of the I. B. A., with Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland A C LAST you can get it! The beer taste which has maintained the world-wide reputation of European beers for so many years. And it doesn't cost you a. penny more than regular beer to enjoy it. Gunther's is as light as European beers... but unlike so many U. S. A. made beers it isn't "sweet." Experts Amazed Europe never believed America could make a beer equal to an old world glass of beer. But today it's a fact. Here's what Mr. Fred Hercher, formerly of Baden-Baden, says: "America can well be proud of that Maryland beer called Gunther's. In my judgment no costlier European beer is any better." Mr. Werner Breloh says: "You've got a great beer down there in Maryland... that Gunther's equals the best European brews!" And so it goes, as one International expert after another tells you that the U. S. A. is beating Europe at her own game. Your Lucky Day ; Try Gunther's. And as you smack your lips over its dry, dean, beer-y taste you can know, that in the opinion of International experts... you couldn't get a better glass of beer in Holland, Denmark or any of the other famous European countries. Order some Gunther's... it's great beer. Gunther Brewing Co., Baltimore, Md. For rich, hearty; fuH-bodicd ALE::: look for Gwnffcer's in ff»« btautifvl green bott/t. PONT ENVY EUROPEANS THEIR GREAT • 9 • JUST TASTE YOUR OWN WNTUER'S! > S X ' J ;^>« V '-.' «#& !*"»>»•? i'i^SA* *> &>$OS* •Bo** 1 *' ** ^^ xjoy^s r I T

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