The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 17, 1939 · Page 3
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1939. THREB Sheriff Wonders As Check Bounces Springfield, Mass., Aug. 17 (£>). Sheriff David J. Manning of Haaip- den county wondered here.if Uncle Sam had overdrawn his check- Ing account after a U. S. Treasury check for $61.20 "bounced" back marked "insufficient funds." The check was in payment for the keep of four Federal prisoners in the county jail. Manning said he would refer the matter to the U. S. Marshal's office at Boston. WARNER BROS. THEATRES COLONIAL • TOMORROW — SATURDAY • Continuous 1 Till 11 P. M. KING of the roaring range! Lady-shy and, gun-fast . . battling! phoney homesteaders and timber gangsters! V CHILL WILLS MARJORIE REYNOLDS • SPECIAL ADDED • Opening Chapter OUR NEW SERIAL DAREDEVI OF THE RED CIRC! ACADEMY • TOMORROW — SATURDAY • THE DEVIL IS THEIR PLAYMATE...SUDDEN DEATH IS THE GAME... • PLUS • BAER versus NOVA Fight Pictures LAST DAY • "CAREER" NATIONS TO SIGN PACT United States And Bel gium Negotiate New Trade Agreement. WASHINGTON, Aug. 17.—Th United States and Belgium wil negotiate for a new trade agree ment to replace one signed in 1935, the State Department an nounced Wednesday. This will be the first of a serie of -new agreements to be negotiat ed to replace existing ones signed during' the first two years of op erations under the Trade Agreements Act. The others will be with France, Switzerland, Holland, .Den mark and Finland. Trade between Belgium and th United States totaled .$128,500,00 in 1938. It has risen steadily since 1934, before the first agree ment was signed, wnen it totaled $73,000,000. American exports to Belgium in 1038 were $86,500,000 and imports $42,000,000, compared with exports of $46,500,000 and imports of $26, 500,000 in 1934. The State Department set Octo ber 2 for the beginning of pub lie hearings. The agreement will include Lux emburg and the Belgian Congo The later is not included in the existing agreement, but Luxemburg is. The State Department published 19 mimeographed pages of articles on which tariff concessions may be granted by this government. The principal Belgian exports to the United States are diamonds coney and rabbit furs, creosote oil, barley malt, imitation Oriental rugs of cotton, jute fabrics and glue stock. Through the dissolution of Czechoslovakia, necessitating the suspension of the Trade Agreement with that country. Belgium has become the principal foreig 1 - supplier to the United States of some articles such as certain types of glassware. . Texas Tech has 11 grid games on its schedule this year, opening Sept. 23 and closing Nov. 30. Teams from nine different states are among the opponents. MONTICELLO SO SURF S*. K*ntucky Av«.—Atlantic CHy DAILY PER RERSON ROOM and MEALS (Two in Room) IATMING FROM HOTtl A F«n«r A HolHnt«t Hotel MMMMW $ 3 GAS RANGE SALE UP TO $30.00 ALLOWANCE SEE. YOUR DEALER or Hagerstown Gas Co. Telephone 1010 SALE Women's SHOES EARLES Dept. Store 74 West WaMilnirton Street $ 1 TUNE IN MANBECK "-MARYLAND STARTS TODAY Their Exciting Lips Meet ... in the hush of a deep purple night! Ravishing Hedy Laman loves Robert Taylor ... in romance worth waiting for! TAYLOR LAMARR THE GAY THIRTIES " N0W, M2U STAY RKSHT WHERE >DU APE- T\ll I COMET BACK- IX>NT GO AWAY ANP GF\ LOST - I'M GOING TO SCOUT AROUND AND T£V TO PIND OUP WAV OJT OP 8-17 Universal'* popular Little Tough Guys try their hands at solving crimes—instead of committing hem—in "Code of the Streets." the thrilling film of the slum kids show- ng today and Friday at Henry's Air Conditioned Theatre. Harry 3arey, Frankie Thomas, comical Kl Bremlel and a big cast are seen ir> the film. Teamed with Robert Taylor in a sensuous tale of the exotic East. Tedy Lamarr, most glamorous and nost lalked-about motion picture personality since the inception of he talkies, comes to the Maryland Theatre for the next three days in 'Lady of the Tropics," the long- waited picture in which Miss Lamarr makes her first appearance =unce her sensational .success in Algiers." The now production. )ased on an original story by Ben lecht, was directed by Jack Conway. Scientists say that hot-blooded )irds and cold-blooded reptiles have common ancestors. CONTINUOUS 1U.M. to 11 P.M. KEEP COOL AT THEATRE TODAY and FRIDAY HE WOULDN'T WELCH! Beaten... battered... broke ...he remained faithful to the only law he knew! TOMORROW ONLY ON THE STAGE RETURN ENGAGEMENT BY POPULAR DEMAND Little Manbeck" Appearing at 9:30 P. M. See and Hear Hagerstown't sensational child radio star singing your favorite songs. LITTLE TOUGH GUYS Harry CAREY • Fmk,e THOMAS CODI j THE 'CAREER" INTRODUCES "GATEWAY" FINALISTS IN ACADEMY F I L M Alice Eden and John Archer, finalists of Jesse L. Lasky's first "Gateway to Hollywood" talent search, make their motion picture debut in "Career" in "which Anne Shirley and Edward Ellis have the top roles. Archer, a Nebraskan, attended academic and dramatic schools in Los Angeles. He entered the "Gateway to Hollywood" radio program with eighteen other regional selections ,emerging as the top finalist. Alice Eden, of New York City, studied, to be a ballet dancer. However, a school play interested her in acting and she enrolled at the Pasadena Playhouse where she appeared in many plays over a period of three years. She was the unanimous choice of the judges in the finals. Like Archer, she was awarded an R.KO Radio cou tract. In "Career" Archer plays the romantic lead opposite Anne Shirley, while Miss Eden is seen opposite Maurice Murphy. The story is set in a small Iowa town in the early years of the depression, and chronicles the experiences o£ a. widely assorted group of citizens whose lives are dramatically intertwined by the crises of the day. Samuel S. Hinds, Janet Beecher and Leon Errol complete the featured cast. AT THE COLONIAL A romance between a two-fisted cattleman and an enterprising newspaperwoman is woven throughout George O'Brien's latest Western thriller, "Timber Stampede," which opens tomorrow at the Colonial Theatre. O'Brien is cast as a rancher who fights a gigantic laud grab instigated by a group of robber barons seeking to despoil a rich timber country. Marjorie Reynolds plays a newspaperwoman hired by the crooked ring to spread propaganda in a frontier town, but who learns she Is being duped when she falls in love "with O'Brien. How the pair join forces to run the racket- eers out of the section is said to provide fast action in the gripping RKO Radio drama. \ Horror has its day again, in the Republic serial "Daredevils of the Red Circle," which opens tomorrow at the Colonial Theatre where it will return weekly lor twelve weeks. Charles Middleton strikes a new 'high for thrills and chills in his portrayal for the formidable "Thirty-nine-0-thirteen" who strikes terror -into the hearts of all with whom he comes in contact. • Middleton is no newcomer to the serial field. Veterans will remember his splendid work in "Flash Gordon." 'Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars," and "Dick Tracy Returns." The cast of the current serial includes Charles Quigley, David Sharpe, Herman- Brix, Carole Landis, Miles Mander, Snowflake. Ben Taggart, C. M. Shaw, Ray Miller. Chesebro. HERSHEY.PARK CHARLTON LETTER Charlton, Aug. 15. John Horst was painfully injured when he ran a spike through his foot while working on the farm. Mr. and Mrs. George Shank and daughter, Rosie, visited Mrs. Leslie Burkett. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ankeney, of Baltimore, and Miss Pauline Leh, of Nazareth, Pa., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ankeney. It was incorrectly stated last week that Dr. and Mrs. Willie Ash and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Myers. It should have read Mr. and Mrg. Adam Kriner. Miss Julia Kriner visited her brother, Emett Kriner, and family on Sunday. Miss Jane Shirk, New York, is visiting her brother, Charles Shirk, and family. Mrs. Jacob Needy visited her daughter, Mrs. Corteney Grosh. Mrs. Clyde W. Ankeney Is ill at her home on Charlton road. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jacobs, Hagerstown, visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Burkett over the week-end. Mrs. Alice Buchanan and children, Jane and, Nellie, har« returned home. CLOTHING RECOVERED Recovery of several additional suits of clothing itolen from a Luray, .Va., dry -cleaning establishment last week, were recovered yesterday from a stable in the Bowery section. Detective W. EL Peten said Albert Campbell, 34, Bloom alley, had been charged with receiving stolen goods in connection with the theft. Another negro was arrested last Sunday. ORDER BALLANTINE'SALE & BEER THE^HANDV''WAX Copr,. 1939. P. Ballantinr & Sons. Newark. N. J. * * BALLROOM * * SAT., AUG. 19th •£££• UinCEOT liOPEZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA Sptfiml Aelmiitini D*nc«rr 77f plot t»x IQQ^FOVHIAJH DtiPHY- MERSMEY PAR* RESTAURANT DINING ROOM and <kf ETEftiA PARK GOLF CLUa DINING ROOlft CONSULT US For complete details of available fire protection. R. M. Hays & Bros., Inc Meilink Safes Have HIS Eyes EXAMINED before lie back to School! CALL TODAY! COME IN WHILE YOUR 'CHILDREN ARE STI'LL ON VACATION; Mothers . . . give your children every possible advantage when they return to school! Don't take a chance on poor vision handicapping them in their school work*. . . call at Kay's today and have Dr. Slocum, the registered optometrist in attendance, examine their eyes and prescribe glasses if Hooded! Remember ... a child learns through py^s. . . . MAKE CERTAIN YOUR CH1TJ)RF,X HAVK GOOD VISION! USE YOUR CREDIT AT KAY'S! NO INTEREST OR CARRYING CHARGES 40 West Washington Street Phone 784 EVFS ExnminEO cinsses on CREDIT CANDY CRYSTALS (Asst Flavors) 12c Ib. AFTER DINNER MINTS Spearmint Leaves TOPS CIGARS 13 for 25c $1.79 box Mint Puffs Orange Slices 25c Electric Iron Cortla Woodbury |! SOAP 39 NORTH POTOMAC STREET •••••MMM HAGERSTOWN,' MD. Ladies Handk'ch'efs (Colored) LEAD PENCILS doz. lOe Loose Leaf FILLERS SAFETY MATCHES 25c Tutoline CASTILE SOAP Loose Leaf Notebook lOc REFILL LEADS 2c 1uc COLORED CRAYONS (Leatherette case) set 4o Big Five Pencil Tablets Palmolive SEIDLITZ POWDERS $1.00 ALARM CLOCKS 69c 10c Composition Book . (100 page) FLY RIBBONS ASPIRIN TABLETS (100's) 15c CASTOR OIL (2 oz.) 6e AMMONIA WATER (Pint) 25c WEST TOOTH PASTE 5 Ib. Soda Bicarbonate 15c WITCH HAZEL (Pint) 10c FIRST AID BANDAGE Waterproof 25c RUBBING ALCOHOL Colored LUNCHEON CLOTHS (42x42) 35c KITCHEN TOWELS (16x29) Pound ROLL COTTON 10o CLOTHES PINS (30's) 25c TEPS SHOE WHITE (6 oz.) 10c JAR RINGS (12's) 25c LEE'S TOOTH PASTE BOOK MATCHES lOc SODA STRAWS PAPER NAPKINS SO'i

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