The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 14, 1939 · Page 3
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Filipino Baby Dies In Manila Hospital Manila, Aug-. 14— (Monday)— r-Baby Mary Heart Rafael, born just a week ago with her heart exposed on her chest, died today at 5:25 A. M. (4:25 P. M., Sunday EST.) The infant had been in a critical condition because of bronchial pneumonia, and doctors- had practically abandoned hope of saving her. Since her birth, the baby had been the center'of scientific observation, with medical men un<decided whether she would b able to survive the rare malfo mation. Her mother, Mrs. Espreanza Ra fa el, saw for the first time yester day the exposed heart of th baby. WOMAN INJURED IN AUTO CRASH Mrs. William H. Bowers, 20 block Frederick street, was injured ,last night about 11 o'clock when an automobile operated by her bus band figured in a crash with an other automobile at Mill and Balti more streets. Mrs. Bowers was treated at the Washington County Hospital foi cuts about the face. Dr. Oscar Hayes, Akron, Ohio operator of the other car, was charged with careless driving by Patrolman John. Lillard. Both machines were considerably damaged. THE GAY THIRTIES ( ISN'T IT NICE YOUP / LITTLE FJZIFNPS £NJOY 7 YOUR MUSIC? THEY JUST / ASK£D iF">0/ COULP COMB v—r OUTSIDE AND PLAY J^ THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1939. THREE relieves NEURALGIA in a hurry! When the pains of neuralgia atari bear* Ing down, you want relief, and want il In a hurry. The quick-acting ingredients In the "BC" formula work fast on pains of this type. Nerves ruffled and upset by neuralgic pain aro gently soothed and you begin, to feel lots better in •hort order. Keep a lOc or 25c package of "BC" handy. Use as directed for the relief of headaches, muscular aches and functional periodic pains. Always consult a physician when pains persist or recur frequently. Arrest Is Near In Slaying In Jersey Camden, N. J., Aug. 13 (#>) County Detective Lawrence Doran leclared here Wanda Dwarecki clergyman's IS-year-olcl daughter vag killed a week ago by the same wo men who last April beat hei o badly she almost died. The girls lifeless body was dis- overed August S in a weed patch long a Camden's "lover's lane", )eaten and strangled. She had recovered only a short ime bfore from injuries inflicted y tAvo men who she said abduct- d her last April, beat her, and :ien threw her from a car 25 Hies from home. Doran declared the identity of e men was known and that an arrest is "imminent." POCKETBOOK STOLEN , AT BROADWAY HOME While members of the'family occupied a front room Saturday night, .11 r.obbe.r.cut .the screen of a rear window, entered the home of S. A. Lindsay, Broadway and took a. ladies pocketbook from a bedroom. The purse, containing a. small amount of money"and bankbook, belonged to Miss Anna O'Neill, South Potomac street, who was. visiting the Lindsays. ^MARYLAND STARTS TODAY -oiiis Haywnrd and Joan Bennett are the romantic team In Edward .mall's "The Man in the Iron Mask," which:will have its premier showing at the Maryland Theatre today thru United Artists release. • • The flaming romance that made ALEXANDER DUMAS the master story creator! • PLUS O CARTOON NEWS Warner ACADEMY STARTS TODAY CRIME-BUSTER ACE! Jack of Hearts! ton* avenger dodging Scotland Yard I It's that "Saint!"—trailing a miss- million in cashl . . . Comt bt amazed!... Basil RaUibonc is triumphantly costarred with Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., in Universal's soul-stirring epic of tbe- British Foreign Civil Service on the Gold Coast of Africa, "The Sun Never Sets." showing today, Tuesday r.nd Wednesday at Henry's Air Conditioned Theatre. SEARCH MADE FOR NEGRO ASSAILANT ANNAPOLIS, M<L. Aug. 14 (/p).— Slate and city police instituted a widespread hunt last night, for two young negroes who criminally assaulted a 47-year-old white woman on the St.. John's College campus niter attacking her escort. The woman, Mrs. Carry Bouhvare, CONTINUOUS 11A.M. toll P.M. NOW SHOWING George Sanders appears in the title role of "The Saint in London," RKO Radio's third thriller in the series based on Leslie Charters' famous "Saint" stories. This marks Sanders' second appearance as the famous lone-wolf avenger wlio dedicated his life to the abolishment of crime but turned outlaw himself in the process. The Suave British actor is rapidly gaining popularity with the film public. You may see this picture at the Academy today and tomorrow. was treated by Dr. Albert L. Anderson, who confirmed her statement to police that she had been assaulted. PifO PAO<O H<*nr« . - GEORGE SANDERS SALIYGRAY %. DAVID BURNS GORDON McLEOD •^ 'ftTHflHESEttEOOniY OSCAR BASIL DI««* A FINAL CHAPTER riUS w "THE LONE RANGER RIDES AGAIN" ^^_ _ _^ X ^^^^^•^^^••^^^•^ **---.*t_ «*n«f • M FAIRBANKS^-RATH BONE VIRGINIA FIELD • LIONEL ATWILL* BARBARA O'NEIL Site Selected For CCC Camp Boomboro Camp May Locate On Klein Farm, !/ West Of Frederick. A site on the Charles E. Ivlein farm, about three miles west of Frederick along the National highway, is under consideration for the relocation of the Boonsboro CCC camp. The location of the camp would j be approximately half a mile north of the highway in a secluded spot. The proposed site has been, inspected by the CCC representatives and was Friday examined by a Third Corps area sanitary inspector, it is understood. The camp would extend over approximately twenty acres. j The land in question is farm land which has been planted in wheat in the past. It is believed adaptable to the needs of the camp and work upon it coufd start at any time. In fact, it is understood that if the site should be selected, preparations for the relocation would get underway in. ten days. No difficulties in the way of objections were foreseen in, the event the Klein farm is chosen. There are no homes within a wide radius of the site, it was said. The Shookstown road is some 2,500 feet away. There are no immediate indications as to how the camp would meet the problem of sewage disposal, should the site be picked, but it was thought that it could build its own disposal plant. .Water would come from wells, it was believed. Under Canvass for Time Regardless of the site selected, the relocation will first be a camp of tents unttl buildings can be constructed. The 200 boys in the camp are occupying tents at Boonsboro at present, since the buildings were razed on the theory that the camp would move. The site near VleCurdy Field is now completely out of the picture. It became certain, also, that the camp, wherever located, would emain probably until 1943, at east. President • Roosevelt has igned a bill extending the life of ill CCC camps for three additional ears. Otherwise, they would Have gone out of existence next ear. After Setting Flying Record Local Man Attending Convention Jacqueline Cochran, one of the outstanding woman pilots of the U. S., is pictured with Lloyd Sautmyer after making the first blind, instrument landing by a woman flier,-at the Allegheny County Airport near Pittsburgh. Miss Cochran made the blind landing after only five and a half hours instruction. Santmyer was official witness. Honor Bestowed Virginian Held On Charge Of Theft Herman Carter, colored, of Luray, Va., was arrested here yesterday morning by Sheriff Joseph D. Baker and Patrolman L. V. Crist on charges of stealing clothing from a Luray dry cleaning establishment. A number of suits were recovered. Carter, alleged to have escaped from jail in. Luray on June 13, was also said, to have stolen the automobile of J. William Campbell, Luray. He abandoned the car in Martinsburg. The Negro was arrested in Bloom's alley. He likely will be returned to Luray today. BIGGER-BETTER PETER BUYS An extremely high and signal honor was bestowed on our Peter Buys during the concert by Dr. Lynn Dana. -As President of the- Dana Institute, of Warren, Ohio, he conferred on Mr. Buys the honorary degree of Fellow in the Art of Music. This \vas an unusual event in so much that it rarely happens and it makes us mifhty proud to have as our director *. man who is the recipient of such an honor. Fellow Peter Buys we salute you! IT-HAD THE APPEARANCE OF A HUGE BALL OF FIRE EAST LIVERPOOL, Ohio, Aug. 12 (/p).—"There was no damage to speak of, but it sure had us scared for a minute," Councilman Bert Goodballet relater after lightning invaded his front door. Striking the metal tip of an umbrella held by Elaine Reagle, one of the several children sheltered from the storm on the front porch, the ball of lightning rolled into the front door, across the rug and apparently disappeared into a lamp cord, Goodballet said. "It looked just like a huge ball of fire about the size of a volley ball," witnesses added. FIFTEEN KILLED BUCHAREST, Aug. 14.—Fifteen persons were killed and more than 100 seriously injured Sunday when a local train was derailed near Pat- roiaia, 60 miles from here. A Zona Hall Soloist With Band Sunday The enormous crowd at the City Park last night was treated to an exceptionally fine program by the Hagerstown Band and the two distinguished guests, Zona Hall and Dr. Lynn Dana. Zona Hall literally slopped the show with her singing of Ariette from the opera, Mireille, by Gounod. The audieuce demanded many encores among which was Deep Purple by De Rose and Pennsy Serenade. Mrs. Hall has a beautiful voice and it is a decided pleasure for the Hagerstown Band to accompany her on her appearance in the city. She is a talented and attractive young lady having a wonderful personality. Dr. Dana was introduced to the audience by Peter Buys and was presented with the baton for bis direction. The Fourth Symphony by Tschalkowski was played very nicely by the band and received generous applause. "The second half of the concert opened with Overture, "The Beautiful Galathea 1 ' by Suppe, Dr. Dana directing, followed by an extraordinary number by Sibelius called Valse Triste. After one or two additional numbers Mr. Dana retired from the platform and Mr. Buys took over for the remainder of the concert. A. S. Miescher, past president of the Pennsylvania School of Music Association and at present director of music at Junior High School, Mt. Lebanon, Pa., conducted a march, named after the above association and of his own composition. HIGHFIELD MAN FACING CHARGE Alleged to have picked up his daughter by the hair and tossed her from a porch. Hamilton Pryor, 51, of Highfield, was arrested Saturday night by Sheriff's officers on charges of assault and being drunk and disorderly. Pryor will he given a hearing at Smithsburg Tuesday morning before Magistrate E. G. Miller. Samuel Minnis, 52, Pen Mar, arrested for being drunk and disorderly, will also be given a hear- ng Tuesday. Past State President John R. Kerr of the Fraternal Order o> Eagles and Past President R. V. Schlotterbeck of Hagerstown. Aerie, No. C94, left Saturday afternoon to attend the national convention of the fraternity in Chicago. Mr. Kerr, who is also a past president of the Hagerstown Aerie, will serve as the delegate from the State of Maryland, while Mr. Schlotterbeck will be representative of the Hagerstown Aerie. Due to outstanding work by the aeries in Maryland during the pasr year in which Mr. Kerr served as State president. Grand Worthy President Fred C. Dilley has hon- •ored him with a position as a mem 1 ber of the "official family." This appointment came in the form of a committee appointment, one of. the high honors of the convention. Both men will attend the auditing, organization and delinquency schools on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The convention will formally open on Thursday, August 17 and last until Monday, August 21. Mr. Schlotterbeck, long an outstanding worker in the local aerie, was appointed by Worthy president William E. Bender to serve as the representative from Hagerstown: This appointment came at the last minute due to the fact that Junior Past President Charles Betts could- not be spared from his work. ; DECREE RECOMMENDED ". A. decree was recommended fn; Franklin County Circuit Court; Saturday by Attorney T. K. Scheller as master in divorce proceed^ ings of Patricia Gable Messer-; smith of Waynesbo'ro acrainst How-; ard E. Messersmith of Hagerstoirir in which desertion was alleged.;They were married July 31, 1936, in' this city. " •; By burning 25% slower than th* average of the 15 other of th* largest-sellinf brand* tested— slower than any of them — CAMELS give a smoking plus equil to EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK MEETING TONIGHT A meeting of the Independent Baseball League will be held this evening at S:00 in Funkstown. All switchman's error was blamed for teams are requested to have a rep- the accident. For Perspiration, Body Odor, Food Odor, Try RU-CO 25c Rudy's Rexal! Pharmacy Hotel Hamilton Corner Visit The New Wayside Furniture Mart 6 Miles West of Hagerstown NEAR GATEWAY INN PHONE 4088 F3 L. Keller Garver, Mgr. CLOTHING For the Entire Farrjiy R & G DEPT. STORE Which cigarette gives the most actual smoking for yout money? Here are the facts recently confirmed through impartial laboratory tests of 16 of the largest- selling brands: 1 CAMELS were 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- 25 % SLOWER THAN THE AVERAGE TIME OF THE 15 OTHER OF THE LARGEST-SELLING BRANDS! By burning 25%' slower, on the average, Camels give smokers the equivalent of 5 EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK! 3 In the same tests, CAMELS HELD THEIR ASH PAR. LONGER than the average time for all the other brands. Bay shrewdly, G« extra smokinf ind also «njor the cooler, milder, tastier smokia* of Camel's lonj-bnrninf costlier tobaccos. Camel is the quality cigarette every smoker can afford. CUT WASH DAY COSTS Call Us For Free Home trial Of The ECONOMY MAYTAG HAGERSTOWN MAYTAGE CO. 22 W. FRANKLIN ST. PHONE LONG.BURNINfi COSTLIER TOIACCOS

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