The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on October 16, 1939 · Page 5
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CO. B NEEDS 17 RECRUITS Need 1$ Strewed In Statement; Full Strength Desired. At the special meeting of the Maryland State Armory Board recently, cognizance was taken of the President's executive order dated September 8 authorizing an increase of the National' Guard and Company B. The necessity and desirability of immediate recruiting of the local company to peace time strength •was stressed by the Armory Board. It was pointed out that two essential steps are vitally necssary in this emergency and neutrality crisis if our country expects to be able to steer its course of peace with honor. "We must be prepared for the unexpected, for the emergency that arises without warning," a spokesman said. "We must have an adequate defensive force, even though the the possibility of war at the moment may be remote. While America has a powerful navy and a well trained and well equipped army, the National Guard is the strongest chain in our system of national defense. Whether or not the quota is filled quickly and with the best men available depends largely upon the attitude of the employers of the State. It depends upon the employer because, by his attitude, he can encourage or discourage the prospective recruit. The broad minded buiness man appreciates the fact that one of his employes is willing to defend his country. Men between the ages of 18 and 45, of good character and physical fitness, are eligible to apply for membership in the National Guard. Those men who wish to take advantage of the training, educational facilities and sports program with pay, now have the opportunity to .do so. The idea of the trained citizen soldier, ready and alert at all times to go to his country's defense, has been the American way of soldiering. The National Guard is the backbone of our National defense. It constitutes the largest body of trained soldiers within the limits of the United States and could be mobilized at any given place within a few days. Washington county and Company Dies Bombshell MD., MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1939. Maurice L. Malkin, 39, who broke with the Communist party' in 1936, is pictured • before the Dies committee, .in Washington. He .testified that during the 17- weeks of the 1926 fur strike, for which he served a term in Sing Sing, New York City police were paid $110.000 to "let us alone." He also said Arnold Rothstein, murdered gambler, "loaned the Communists $1,750,000 to buy police protection;": B have an enviable record' of accomplishments iu military circles. The honor and patriotism of the community is now being put to the acid test. The quota has been.plac- ed at 17 new recruits to bring Company B up to the required strength. ' It is imperative that Hagerstown secure the desired number of men immediately. The Armory is open each day and evening to permit. enrollment in this National Guard unit. Relief At Last For YourCough Creomulslon relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm, Increase secretion and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. No matter how many medicines you have tried, tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding that you are to like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back, CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis Viiit The New Wayiide Furniture Mart 6 Miles West of Hagerstown NEAR GATEWAY INN PHONE 4088 F3 L. KeMer Carver. Mjr. Germany Already Beaten, He Holds WELLBSLEY, Mass., Oct. 16.— Maintaining Germany has "already lost the war," Professor Anton de Haas of Harvard, asserted Sunday that the Allies should present "an early declaration of peace aims to prevent financial and industrial chaos" and to block establishment of a Communistic State in place of the Nazi regime. De Haas, professor of international relations at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, backed up his contention with an analysis, of economic conditions in an address prepared for the opening session at the 26th annual National Business Conference on Business and Investments, sponsored by the Babson Institute. He argued that Germany.. economically, was "in no position to face a protracted conflict"; that the defeat would come "on the home front rather than in the trenches." and that. Germany had "sacrificed" its position in the Baltic 1o Soviet. .Russia and would have difficulty in obtaining necessary supplies from that country and neutral nations. • • ilP*^^MOH.TUES.*-WED. P 'w.J.E.a 6.15PM SALE Women'* SHOES EARLES Dept. Store 74 \Ve»t IVnkhlnrtnn Htr*«t Hitler Aide Wants Ruthless Removal BERLIN. Oct. 16. (/P). — Albert Forster. Nazi district leader for Danzig', in a. speech at" Bromberg. Bydgoszcz, demanded ruthless removal of all Poles and Jews from Germany's conquered provinces in Poland. Thje speech Avas delivered Thursday but its text reached Berlin only today. Forester now is Adolf Hitler's deputy for the provinces oC Po- morze (the former Polish corridor) and Pommerellen, German territory before tho World War settlement then Polish. Hagerstown Fair October 17,18,19,20 & 21 The Clubhouse Will be operated day and night during the Fair this week. Admission at night, 75c for grandstand attractions and dancing. Admission for dancing starting at 10 p. m., 25c. Music by Evelyn Heaton and her Swing Sisters — Floor Show during evening. Beer and Sandwiches on Sale. New York's $40,000,000 Airport; One Of World's Largest, Dedicated On Sunday By DEVON FRANCIS (Aiiociated Pres* Aviation Editor) NEW YORK, Oct. 16 (£>).—New York city dedicated its $40,000,000 North Beach airport Sunday. One of the world's largest—and certainly one of the fanciest—landing fields for airplanes, it will be open to airline traffic when and if a Government agency, the Civil Aeronautics Authority, gives the major carriers permission to use it. North Beach was the biggest task ever undertaken by the Works Progress Administration; the Government contributed. $22,000,000. Though Bei'Tln's famous Temple- hof airdrome is larger. North Beach is more accessible. Mid- Maijhattan airline terminals are only 25 minutes away by car, and that will be shortened to less than 20 minutes with the completion of the.new,,vehicular tunnel under the East River. A full-size football game could be played in any one of the seven hangars, with ample room for thousands of spectators. North Beach is both a landplane and a seaplane base. Pan-American Airways has leased space in the seaplane terminal. The port is east of Manhattan, on Long Island, in the borough of Queens. Flushing Bay borders it'j on the north and northeast, and Bowery Bay, to be used by the trans-Atlantic and Bermuda airliners, on the west. Four paved runways, one 8,000 feet long, will handle between 500 and 600 transports a day, or, with current equipment, more than 10,000 passengers. Mayor La Guardia has explained that he wanted a big capacity because more passengers annually arrive in New York by air than by ocean liner. Bitter argument has marked the progress of construction since work started in September, 1937. The Mayor has denounced much criticism of both the site and the expenditure. Currently, the city of Newark has lodged with the Civil Aeronautics Authority a protest against remov-1 FIVE al of airline operations from its air port to North Beach. Five carriers have taken space there—American, United, TWA. Pan American and Canadian Colonial. Eastern Air Lines made a belated application for hangar space which brought the response from City Hall that another structure could riot be erected for another year. All the other hengars have been leased. The Mayor announced months ago that private fliers would have to land somewhere else. During the dedication ceremonies three sky writers wrote "Name it La Guardia Airport" in smoke high in the sky. In oblique reference to Newark, long the Eastern terminus for Transcontinental Transport flights, the Mayor said, "go out first and I build an airport, and then we'll have competition." Postmaster General James A. Farley also spoke. During the ceremony a Navy Plane, landing . detractable wheels, one of which refused to drop its normal position, ground- looped at the end of one runway. A wingtip was damaged. The "rock bottom" cost of attending the University of Texas for one year has been estimated by officials at about $390 for fees, books, room and board and incidentals. CONSULT US For complete details of available fire protection. R. M. Hays & Bros., Inc. Meilink Safes POLITENESS PAYS RO OXFORD, 111., Oct. 1$, (>).— Traffic Policeman Howard Brewer has found that courtesy pays." Several months ago, with.CQurtly politeness and a big smile, Brewer reprimanded a motorist for traveling too fast. ' Recently he received a shipment of 500 tulip bulbs from the motorist—K. Klynn, of Sessanheim, Holland. Alaska contains a number of known oil fields, under government control. " , .. • FOR THAT Rudy'g Laxative Cold Capsules COLD 25c Rudy's R« a " Pharmacy Hotel Hamilton Corner TO THE LADIES: Full-Fashioned §heer Chiffon Hose f} -5 «x v ' '/*"J V FOR 120 ARROW REER FROM top to toe these full-fashioned silk stockings are designed and A fashioned by Kayser, one of fashion's foremost names ... the selfsame stockings that right now are selling at good department stores and specialty shops for $1 a pair. 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