The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on October 30, 1939 · Page 3
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Monday, October 30, 1939
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1939. THREE AIRMEN SET NEW RECORD Endurance Fliers Land After One Month In The Air. Long Beach, Calif.. Oct. 30 (&>) — "Wes Carroll and Clyde Schiieper 'landed their seaplane at 3:09 P. M. Sunday, concluding a month-long endurance flight. The new record, they announced, is 726 hours. Their 30-day tour over Rosamond Dry Lake 60 miles north of Long Beach was three days over the previous world record for sustained flight. They broke the former 653-hour mark, established in 1935 at Meridian, Miss., by Fred and Al Key, last Thursday, then decided since the month of flying was so near completion they might as well keep going until Sunday. Weakened by their long- flight, the men were carried from their ship to taxis, taken to a hotel and carried into a room for a physical examination. "We feel all right, but our legs Nerroui disturbances eauted by headache and neuralgia uiually yield In a hurry to the quick-acting ingredient* In the "BC" formula. You'll find that "BC" I* moit effective a* a sedative in cimple nervousness and for relieving the discomforts of headache, neuralgia, muscular aches and functional periodic pains. Convenient lOc and 25c sixes. Use as directed. When paint persist or recur frequently, consult a physician. Save the Middleman's Profit $15.00 (O. P. O.) CRANE'S CLOTHES "Factory to You" t9 Sonth l>atom»e Street Country LARD 3 lbs 25c ARTHUR DORSET'S MARKET Phone 215 Free Delivery Cor. Randolph A. Locust Sts. WARNER BROS. ACADEMY • TODAY AND TUESDAY • Thrilling! Dramatic! EXCITING! are awfully wobbly," said- Carroll. "We can't support our weight yet, but we'll be all right in a day or two." "We want a bath first, and then a real bed to sleep in." The men have slept, at two hour intervals, in a narrow compartment in the plane, in quarters so tight they were unable to turn as they slept. The 25-year old Long Beach fliers landed at Marine Stadium, where they took off at 9:09 A. M., September 29. Ten thousand of their fellow townsmen, including many bathers who deserted the surf temporarily, witnessed the landing in a day of brilliant sunshine. The fliers were favored with ideal weather most of the time. Most of the flight was over Rosamond Dry Lake where refueling operations were simplified by level terrain and where the temptation to land would be comparatively slight. They flew over Long Beach for several hour today, and refueled twice at the stadium, hauling up five-gallon cans of gasoline from speed boats. The last refueling, half an hour before they landed, was part of the air show which celebrated completion of their successful flight. The plane, an $1,800 50-horsepower "Cub" cabin ship, will be placed on exhibition at the Seal Beach Airport, of which Carroll is manager. Schiieper said the flight demonstrated the dependability of modern, moderately-priced aircraft motors and equipment. The pair flew about 55,500 miles, used 3,000 gallons of gasoline and 300 quarts of oil during the 726 hours. Congress Member Dies In Cleveland CLEVELAND. Oct. 30.—Representative Chester C. Bolton, 57, of Cleveland, died Sunday after two months illness with a heart ailment. ' He had served as a Republican member of Congress since 1928 with the exception, of the 57th Congress when the suburban 22nd Ohio District went Democratic for the only time in its history. Bolton formerly was a member of the army general staff in Washington, a member of the Ohio State Senate from 1923 to 192S and chairman ot the Republican Congressional committee in 1934. One of the wealthiest men in Congress, he was the son of a Cleveland pioneer. He formerly engaged in the steel industry and Jn later years operated a 3,200-acre fancv stock farm. THE GAY THIRTIES COME BACK Y'DURN FOOL/ —VA WANT TH' D0£ K3TCHEP TO GITCHA ?-Y0U WAITU I KETCH YA- / 'M (5ONNA WHAL£ TH X OUTA VA // U.S.H.A. SEEKS INVESTMENTS Administrator Strauss Invites Private Capital To Invest. WASHINGTON'. Oct. 24 (/?)— Ad. ministrator Nathan Straus announced Sunday that the United States Housing Authority would invite the private money market to invest $770,000.000 of short term slum clearance and low cost housing securities during the next calendar year. For example, he said a local Housing Authority planning a $1, 000.000 structure would obtain from USHA a commitment of Federal funds to cover 90 per cent of the cost It would then offer to the lowest interest bidder on the money market $1,000,000 of non- callable securities to mature within six months. Just before the date of maturity USHA would deposit with the nearest Federal Reserve Bank $1,000,000 to redeem the securities. Straus . estimated that local housing authorities would save CAMELS ARE LONG-BURNING; AND, LIKING FINE TASTE AND AROMA THE WAY I DO-IT'S GRAND TO GET EXTRA SMOKING TOO Whatever price you pay per pack, it's important to remember this fact: By burning 25% slower than the average of the 15 otber of the largest-selling brand* tested,lower than any of them-CAMELS give a smoking plus equal to _Z _ — —• —~— i $14,400,000 during the year that __ I>* ~_ f private capital financed the $770,- • ALSO • Thrilling New Episode "OREGON TRAIL' with Johnny Mack Brown Beware Coughs from common cold* That Hang On 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 seU you a bottle of Creomulslon 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 Schindel, Rohrer & Co. Headquarters For Sherwin - Williams PAINT 28-30 S. Potomac St. Phone 706 See Our Line of New FALL FURNITURE Buy on ens.r terms. f — The Original — Miller's Furniture Store 31 South Potomac Street Warner •*•! MARYLAND STARTS TODAY MICKEY & JUDY IN SMASH MUSICAL! Fun! Stars! Songs! And Young Ideas! ^^^31^, <=^MC^_ ROONEY GARUND with Chas. WINNINGER • Guy KIBBEE June Preisser - Betty Jaynes HUQ* Singing Dancing C«*i Directed by BUSBY BERKELEY Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland co-starred for the first time—with June Preisser, former "Follies" dancer and a host of other song and dance specialists in support—that's "Babes in Arms," the merriest, gayest musical picture of the year! It opens today on the Maryland screen for a full "week showing. Don't miss it! Dorothy Tree/ known for her portrayals of ".spy" roles, is.cast once more as a perpetrator of .intrigue in Paramount's exciting new drama, "Television .Spy." opening today at the Academy Theatre. Heading the cast of the picture, which tell the story of the efforts of spies to steal the plans for long-range television from a young inventor, are William Henry -and Judith Barrett. The first sentence of death imposed hy a -federal court in the United States was passed in Now Bern. N. C., in 379.". when four sailors were hanged for mutiny at Ocracoke Island, N. C. J. ft) 11 P.M. NOW \ girl in euery room — and a man on eucry mind! «• ADDED • A HISTORICAL GEM BY WARNER BROS. "THE MONROE DOCTRINE" TX TKCHN'TCOLOR Many of Hollywood's most beautiful women appear in 20th Century- Fox's production of Blsa Maxwell's "Hotel for Women," showing today, ' Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at ' Henry's ' Theatre. Among | them is lovely Linda Darnell, new screen "find" who is seen above with James Ellison in a scene from, this exciting, romantic screen story. Twelve Consecrated By Pope Pius XII Vatican City, Oct. 30.—Pope Pius XII Sunday consecrated 12 missionary bishops, among them two Americans and, for the first time in church history, two negroes, during an impressive ceremony in St. Peter's. The Americans elevated were the most. Rev. Louis L. Morrow, 4G. of YVeatherford, Texas, and the Most Rev. William F. O'Shea of New York. Bishup Morruw for 17 years had been secretary to the Apostolic Delegate in Manila. He was made Bishop of Krishnagar, India. Bishop O'Shea was made Bishop of Keijo, Korea. the Largest Selection! of H '9h Grade FURNITURE ir Hagerstown MEYERS & BERKSON 41 - 45 We*t franklin 9tr?*t I ' __ . _«_-.. "LUNCH ROOMS A TAVERNS* Get our Prices on "BUTTERED POPCORN" By the Can <IT TASTES CAUFFMAN'S Cut Rate STOKE 1O B*«t W«*h1nrton 9frrrt Elgin Pleased With Safety Record Here If everything goes well in Washington county for two more days, Commissioner of Motor ''Vehicles W. Lee Elgin is going to do a little bragging at a safety meeting called by Gov. Herbert R. O'Conor in the Southern Hotel at Baltimore Wednesday night. Provided there are no motor vehicle fatalities in Washington county during the next 4S hours, a perfect record for three months will have b-eeu established. AssertingTast night he expected to crow a little in behalf of Washington county motor vehicle law enforcement, Commissioner Elgin added that "if it can be done here it can be- done all over the State." No one has been killed in highway accidents here since July. The meeting Wednesday night is open to the public and a large delegation from Hagerstown is expected to attend. SELF-SERVICE wnile you alt In a- easy chair at home!—Sounds impossible but that's what shopping through the Classified Section i Itaeli Intol NEIL SULLIVAN Ace Pathe Newsreel Cameraman MORE PLEASURE PER PUFF-MORE PUFFS PER PACK 000,000 of contemplated construc tion. Th;s, he added, would result from anticipated sales of the securities for 2 per cent less interest than the usual 3 to 3*4 peri cent charged by USHA when projects were financed wholly from, government loans, repayable within 20 yea^s. The notes, he said, would be exempt from Federal taxes and, in most instances, from State taxes. Straus asserted that the Syracuse, N. Y., Housing Authority, in a test of the new program, recently sold $1.000,000 of its securities matnruing in nine months and callable within three months at an interest rate of .45 of 1 per cent. The first issue of the new temporary loan notes, he said, would be offered to the public shortly: They will total more than .$50,000.000. "There is ' every reason to believe." Straus continued, "that within a year or two, most of the hundreds of millions of dollars invested in constructing public housing projects will flow through. the normal channels of the private investment market, relieving the U. S. Treasury of this operation and limiting Federal participation to the subsidies for low rents. Penny for Penny Your Best Cigarette Buy Hart Schaffner & Marx SUITS and Stetson HATS MUSEY & EVANS 59 WesUWashington Street AIR-PORT INN SPECIAL HALLOWE'EN PARTY TUESDAY NIGHT Hats — Blow-Ups — Balloons and Serpentines Entire New Show Featuring THE THREDEBB 3 BARON KARL, M. C. and JAY MILLER and HIS ORCHESTRA THE END OF A PERFECT DAY Fall i the Time for FORT PITT IN GREEN BOTTLES . . ; STEINIES . . . AND CANS

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