THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1939. Todays Radio Programs NEW YORK, Sept, 30.—In televising its first season of football -to the New York area, the National Broadacsting Company expects to have a game a week on the air through October and November. The schedule starts with today's contest between Fordham and Waynesburg and will be continued next week with Manhattan vs. St. Bonaventure. For the most part, minor college contests have been scheduled, but NBC hopes to put on one or two bigger games, as well as an occasional Sunday afternoon professional battle. On the Saturday night list: Neutrality—W ABC-CBS S, Roundtable with Senators Sherman Minton, Gerald P. Nye and others; WABC- CBS—10:30 Sen. E. R. Burke; WABC-CBS—10:45 Sen. Styles Bridges. European Schedule—WEAF-NBC 7:30; WABC-CBS—8:55 and 11: WJZ-NBC 10; MBS 10:30;. WEAF- WJZ-NBC 11:55. WEAF-NBC — 8 Dick Tracy finale;" 9:30 new time for Death Valley Days; 10 Benny Goodman swing. WABC-CBS—7 People's Platform, "Propaganda and the War;" 7:30 Preview of School of the Air; 9 Hit Parade. WJZ-NBC—-7 Message of Israel; 8 Talk of Prices by W. Gibson Carey, Jr.; 9 Barn Dance. MBS-Chain—S Tropical Serenade; 11:30 Pan-American Conference. 3:15 p. m. Winston Churchill on "First Month of the War;" WEAF- WJZ-NBC S a. m., 11:55 p. m.; WEAF-NBC 3:30 p. m.; WABC- CBS 9 a. m., 8:55 and 11 p. m.; WJZ-NBC 7:15 p. m., 10. WEAF-NBC—12 noon Bill of Rights anniversary. Sec. Wallace and others; 2:30 p. m. roundtable, "How Will We Get Recovery?" 6:30 Grouch Club; 8 Charlie McCarthy; 10 Phil Spitalny's Girls. CBS-Chain—3 p. m. Howard Barlow concert; 5:30 Hudson, Mass., homecoming for Sen. Burton K. Wheeler: S Orson Welles Play (West 110); 9 Sunday Evening Hour. WJZ-NBC—12 noon Radio City Concert; 5:30 p. m. Opera Auditions return; 7:30 District Attorney, new time: S NBC Orchestra; 9:15 Parker Family, moved from CBS. MBS-Chain—6:30 Show of the Week returns: 7:15 Pacific Southwest tennis: 10 Goodwill Hour. LOCAL QUOTATIONS Furnished by Kline Bros., Benevola Wheat (at mill) SSc Wheat (at barn) S7c Corn " 84c Sunday brings: Neutrality — WABC-CBS 7 p. m. Alfred E. Smith; WOR-MBS S American Forum, Senators Key Pittman, Gerald P. Nye and others; WJZ- NBC—9:45 Sen. Clyde Reed. European Schedule—WJZ-NBC— Local Prices Paid Producers Butter lb. 20c to 25c Country Bacon lb. IGc Eggs doz. 20c 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 bu. 50c NEW YORK EGGS New York, Sept 29 (JP)— Eggs: S.594; firmer. Mixed colors, fancy to extra fancy. 23 %-2S; standards, 22-23; firsts, 19; seconds, 17-18; mediums, 15%-16; dirties No. 1, 14%-15}i: average checks, 13%-%. Refrigerator, fancy heavyweights. 1S-22; standards, 17U; firsts, 17; seconds, 16-16 V*; .mediums, dirties, Hvi-lo. TODAY'S CROSS WORD PUZZLE L i. 10. 14. 15. IS. 17. IS. 19. 20. 22. 24. 25. 27. 30. SL «. IS. 29. 40.. 41. 43. 44. 46. 47. 4S. SO. 5L 13. ACROSS Imitates Sol« of a ploir Vocal composition Ore deposit More, refined Object ol devotion Biblical country Between: prt- fix Kind of bean Visitors Thought Wild animal Persian coin Gush Society bud: colloq. Moving mechanical part Contented murmur Place of nether darkness New star Unit of vrork Meals Metal Dregs Glossy fabric Conjunction Hard external coating of & seed Color City in Franc* Prepares for the press Solution of Yesterday's Puzzle B5. Exist 55. Say or do again 59. Intimation 63. City in Portugal 64. Correct 67. Notion 65. Stem of th« hop vine 69. European blackbird 70. Close 71. Vehicle on runners 72. Supports 73. Catch sight of DOWN 1. Herring 2. Outdoor game 3. Kind of cheese 4. Always: Latin 5. County in South Dakota f. Crazy: slang 7. Knack S. English letter 9. Mistake 10. Important constituent of the earth's crust 11-• Chief Norse god 12. Town In Alaska 13. Happy 21. Change 23. Tomb of * Mohammedan saint 25. Discusses 26. Maltreated 27. Variety of wheat 28. Thick soup 29. Presses 30. Leave 32. Sum 33. Sheeplike 34. Parts of shoes 37. Legal action 35. Female saint: abbr. 42. Imaginary animal invented by Lewis Carroll 45. Piloted 49. Town in Ohio 52. Cover the inside again 54. Particulars 55. South American moun- . tains ^56. steals 'ST. Malign 58. Sheet of class 59. Within ' (50. Roman date 61. Lowest of the high tides 62. City in Indiana fiS. Encountered GG. Age /4 3f '4*8 25 22 ss 3/ Si lo It 32 /2 13 33 34 MODEST MAIDENS Tr»dem»rk R«pister»d U. S. Pitent Office BIG POOL LETTER Big Pool, Sept. 27. Plans for the dedication of the new Evangelical church are under way. The date has been definitely set for Sunday, Oct. 22. An entire week's meeting will follow the dedication. Some of the speakers engaged for the week are Revs. Snook and Teeter, former pastors, and Revs. Mitchell and Secrist, U. B. ministers who are friends of the church. Other speakers will also be-vjnvited. A movement is on hand under th« direction of Rev. G. W. Kerstetter, executive secretary of the Personal Workers Society of Washington County, to purchase the Answers To Mews I.Q. Test 1. By announcing definitely that he would not seek a third term. 2. A 46,000 house. 3. The Rev. Martin Niemoeller. 4. Denmark, Hungary, Latvia, Estonia. 5. Major-Genera! in tht British army. 6. Britain hai revived the convoy system to protect her ships against submarines. 7. No; men whose jobs are vital to industry would not be drafted. 8. Viscount Gort. 9. Col. George Argesanu; he became Rumania's Premier when Ar. mand Calinescu was assassinated. 10. Germany has given a considerable section of Poland to Russia. Mooresville school building which was abandoned this fall by the Board of Education. A Sunday school has already been organized at this point and plans will go further for the organization of a union church. Potomac Valley Grange met in semi-monthly session on last Monday night. A special feature of the meeting was the serving of refreshments by the ladies. Mrs. J. P. Repp, Baltimore, returned to her home on last Saturday after spending several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mummart and son, Phil, accompanied her home and spent the week-end. "Believe me, that's the last time I'll ever borrow Harolds car!" NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS WELL, WE PUT THEFjNlSHIN' TOUCHES ON HER r PAY—LOOKS MIGHTY GOOD, TOO --OUGHT T' 8E QUITE A SENSATION WHEN WE INTRODUCE HER T' THE PUBLIC/ By OSCAR HITT YESSlR-SNES UNDER LOCK AN KEY OUT THERE IN THE BARN- AIN'T NOBODY GONNA SEE HER TILL WE'RE READY T' SHOW BUT WHAT IS THE INVENTION? EVERYTHING 15 SET FOR THE LOCAL EPISONS TO UNVEIL. THEIR 5ECRET/-THC LAST NAIL HAS BEEN HAMMEREP HOME,THE LAST DAB OF GLUEAPPLIEP-THE GT«AND PREMIERE, EACLY NEXT WEEK-STAND By// Our community was sorry to learn of the death of N. E. Funkhouser who had formerly lived in this vicinity for 40 years. While here he.engaged in the general merchandising business and made many friends. Rev. Orla Montgomery will preach in the Indian Spring Chapel on Sunday evening, Oct. 1st. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gustin, Hagerstown, and Mrs. W. F. Murray were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Slayman, Indian Springs. ' Bruc© Reed, young son of Mrs. Emma-Roed, is ill with diabetes and has been absent from school. Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Fink, Middletown, spent the beginning of the week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carbaugh. Mrs. Walter Kline has been somewhat indisposed for the past several weeks. Mrs. M. J. Henesy has been somewhat ill. BALTIMORE LIVE STOCK Baltimore, Sept. 29 (£>)—(U. S. Dept. Agr.) Cattle: Steers, scaling 1000-1400 lb., at $8.00-9.40; heifers were mostly kinds to sell from $6.50-8.50; most fat cows, $5.00-6.00. Calves: Good and choice, $10.5011.00; common and medium, $8.0010.00. Hogs: Light lights and pigs off 10; good and choice, 170-210 lb., $7.60-85; practical top, $7.S5;.pack- ing sows, under 400 lb., mostly $5.90-6.15; weightier cows, $5.65-90. The average lawyer never grows rich. After 17 years' practice he is likely to earn around $3,629 annually. Loon OFFice LIBCRflL LOflPS LIBERAL LQANS on Diamonds, Watches, Guns, Musical Instruments, Clothing, and everything else of value. Quickly and Confidentially 2 minute service THE OLD HOME TOWN Bv STANLEY FROM SNEAKIM6 COT ON PAY,. NIGHT;, POPEYE The Girl He Left Behind Him ONE IS ALWAYS FORGE.TT\KiG TH \ WGS TAKE IN THE ANCHOR,WIMPY I WAS TOO HARD OHJ POPEVE, I WILL RELENT AMD GO TO T MLJE.TOP1A! WITH HIM £\SV|POPEYE'5 POPEVECsJlSHlP? SHlP^r^ ^ f ^ l-"c.-.:urcs Syndicate. Inc., "World rights reserved. SCORCHY SMITH By JOHN C. TERRY I CAN'T TELL VOU WHV- VET-BUT I HAVE REASONS FOR BELIEVING THAT PL'ANE WAS DELIBERATELY WRECKED-AND THAT JOHNNY IS STILL ALIVE. SOMEWHERE / 1 KNOW IT SOUNDS FANTASTIC MIND IF YOU MAY 6E GETTING/ CAN'T ^ YOURSELF IN FOR ^ SCARE ME, SOMETHING PRETTY ) LADY— UNPLEASANT ' BUT- — WELL, I'LL KNOW MORE I COME WHEN I SEE THE WRECKAGE- ALONG ? THAT'S WHERE I'M GOING NOW/ BRICK BRADFORD By William Ritt and Clarence Gray CRYSTAL, ARE YOU CERTAIN THE ROBOT WAIT UNTIL YOUR UNCLE BUILT IS THAT LARGE— rl YOU SEE IT-IT SEEMS-WELL IMPOSSIBLE i THOSE GIANT V 'FEET7 THEY'LL CRUSH NO, IT WON'T/RUN-RUM-FOR. YOUR LIFE-TOWARD THE PLANE/ MUGGS AND SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP M YOO-HOO! SKEETER" —/ COME OM OUT 1! LET'S ( FORGET * NT FORGfvE !l COME OM OUT NT PLAY !! 7, I'M SORRY, EDDIE... BLTT SISTER SAYS I CAMT COME OUT TO PLAY WITH \OU ANY MORE I! BLACKED ...»W LET'S FIGHT SOME WELL., )— IF SHE DOESN'T WANT YA T'PLA*..
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