The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 7, 1947 · Page 2
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 2

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Monday, April 7, 1947
Page 2
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$20,000 Damages Sougju In Suit Mrs. Flake Irene McUcsis, widow of Charles E, McLucas. tiled sui' for $20.000 in circuit court Friday against tho \Vesteru Maryland Railway Company. Mrs. McLutas diar^s the railroad with beius responsible for th 0 death of her liusband. McLucas was fatally injured on August 31 last, when u coal car on the Leister Coal Company trestle oft' West Lee street in some manner clipped its brakes and ran over McLucas as he was passing on the sidewalk. Boih of McLucas' were severed and he died a phort time after the accident. The suit was filed by titling through Attorneys Oswald and Oswald. Francois Vidocq. famed French detective who died in 1857, started his career in Paris as a paid spy for police and became so successful that he was made chief of its detective department. TODAY - TOMORROW CONTINUOUS 1 To 11 TODAY AND i TOMORROW Co fit. Shows 1 To 11 P. M. Another great double-barrelled MYSTERY 'and ACTION program for YOU. ....... JAMES WARREN DEBRA ALDEN - STEVE BRODIE ROBERT CLARKE by HERMAN SCHLOM . WILLIAM BERKE PLUS: Opening chapter of a pulse-pounding action-packed SERIAL • - v - . - tfirat Iltf l$CBAPtgBS|f TOMMY COOK THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME By JIMMY HATLO HER DULCET TONES HAVE MADE HE& THE COOING DOVE OF THE LADIES' WATER LILY CLUB FLOW GENS-TLV SWEE-VUT AF-TON D1S-TURB NOT HER DREE-yUM-- HERE THE INSTANT J I'LL WHACK THE. '^ SOSOFT- SOSWEET(SOB-SOB) JUST LIKE. THEVERGE OF AN ANGEL. BUT AROUND HOME SHE5 KNOWN A3 THE BRAYING JENNV— WILL W. WHALEN 264 E.W2ST.NEW YORK. New Playground Planned In City The 1 lagers town Park Board lias announced plans for a new children's playground lo be located on Kid«e avenue and an additional ball diamond at Reservoir Park to accommodate the newly planned league for boys under 15 years old. The hoard also announced that the concession at the City Park lias been awarded to Sigmund Andrews who was highest of eight bidders for the concession. The board reported that a new flower garden has been started at the point at Oak Hill and Potomac avenues. In connection with the new diamond at Reservoir Park in the West End, the board reported that all grading was done last year and present plans call for the addition of new top soil. When work is completed the jiark will contain three diamonds to accommodate the increased number of requests for use of the park. Local Sailor Has Gunshot Wounds It has been learned that Donald Lee Moser, Seaman, soir-of Mrs Beatrice Spaulding, 214 East Washington street, has been injured, the diagnosis showing gunshot wounds in his right arm and thorax. The source of the injury has not been learned as yet. At 1:30 Friday 'Irs. Spaulding received the tele- :ram from Rear Admirai T. L. Sprague. the Chief of Naval Personnel, Washington, D. C He could ?ive .her no details hut gave prom- se of further information as soon as reported officially. Communications may be address- A vendetta, in its original sense, was the custom by which the nearest kinsman of a murdered man undertook to continue the quarrel and avenge the death. Later it became an obligation for the entire family to assume. etl to him, care of the U. S. Naval Hospital, Guam Fleet Post Ofiice, San Francisco, Ca. The Red Cross here is making investigations for Mrs. Spaulding, iu an attempt to learn further details CONTINUOUS t1 A J. to 11 P.M. NOW SHOWING THEATRE The waltz was a German dance invention, traveling across the Rhine into France at the end of the ISth century. j Henry's Easter Treat To You! A WARNER BROS.!* CADEMY YES! IT ALL COMES TODAY And Tomorrow * Confc. 1 to 11 P. M It' ' *'« V '.v''' "ij her hv$\ ^. ; ^ CHARL01?EiGR£EPWOOO flcu 0£« BfVMS - CHAWf S.-WSSEU. - LEE P JifAtTER MOftOSCO FLEISHER'S FASHION FLOOR the 2nd SALE! GREATEST SAVINGS ON THE NEWEST SPRING FASHIONS COATS-SUITS and DRESSES Hundreds of Coats, Suits, Toppers, and Dresses. Broken size assortments from our regular stock; also finest one-of-a-kind samples and wonderful new garments arrived too late for Easter selling. Junior Sixes - Misses' Sizes -- Women's Sixes The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Mel. THREE " .Moj)(ln.v. April r, J!)ir. FLEISHER THRIFT DEPARTMENT 3rd FLOOR //IT-/ IT'S SMART TO BE THRIFTY" Tomorrow Extraordinary Savings Up to 2.98 RAYON SATIN and CREPE SLIPS $| 49 Thrift Dep't, 3rd Floor 3.98 to 4.98 TAILORED and DRESSY BLOUSES $1.98 ™ / Thrift Dep't, 3rd Floor Up to 7.98 NEW SPRING $2,98- $3 98 -$^.98 Thrift Dep't, 3rd Floor Up to 69c RAYON PANTIES & BRIEFS 3 for *1 00 Thrift Dep't, 3rd Floor CLEARANCE! Up to 4.98 HANDBAGS $ 1°° Thrift Dep't, 3rd Floor Beautiful HOSIERY SENSATIONALLY LOW PRICED Thrift Dept', 3rd Floor SERVICE SHEER RAYON HOSIERY 59° Pair 51 Gauge SHE~ER IRREGULAR RAYON HOSE 69 C Pair 51 PERFECT SHEER 79 C Pair 54 Gauge SHEEREST CHIFFON RAYON HOSE 89 C Pair Up to 1. 00 BETTER RAYON PANTiES and BRIEFS 2 for 00 3rd Floor Up to 3.98 NEW SPRING HANDBAGS $198 3rd Floor

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