The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on December 31, 1952 · Page 4
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 4

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Wednesday, December 31, 1952
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THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN. MARYLAND Work Of Enlarging Ytulf Space Begun B*rk*i*y Springs--The Morgan; County Court authorized Michael! WroO^rt^j }fr-ft Ji»«tl£l»T"iX /»r»rfT"OO. ; tors, to begin work this week on I enlarging the vault in the office! ( of County Clerk C. R. Ambrose.! j i t is estimated the work will cost j$2,100. . ! The improvements will include! I tearing out partitions between the; I present vault and the back room | of the sheriffs office, blocking up | two door openings, a re-enforced j concrete and asphalt floor and cov- sering the ceiling. There will also ; be steel shutters. The vault space recently has been inadequate. ; Karry Richards was recently : named master of Deford Masonic j Lodge. Other officers elected are; i James Offut. senior warden: M. P. ! Michael, junior warden; John ! Barker, senior deacon: C. O. Ambrose, junior deacon. H. Hansroth ; and Cecil Ambrose were re-elected I secretary and treasurer, respect ! lively. ; A. P. Rider, assistant principal t first page story, the Martins-j age to drink in the taverns if some 1 of thetl10Cf ? gh H^*?' annt ° Un0cea f burg Journal of the nearbv West lone of the legal age is paying the 55 «· lRal a amner peering or Virginia City said Monday thatsbiil. In other words, the law per-1?! Mor Sf° Bounty graduates ana; of the eleven highway fatalities IB!raits consumption of beer by juven-i; ormerM , Sl ^ . ,j a i - hc P tle TM ( -° 1 ;; Berkeley County in 1952. the beeriiies but does not permit them to; T e g e TM - e " e l i on ^ e evening of tavern is either directly or in-!actually buy it. · n " 26; m lhe EasterR star social directly-connected with all but one: The Journal says "this encour- :r °^ m ' ,. T1 . .. · 01 these oeaths. ! ages youngsters from nearbv Marv- _ D _ r - °" v ** lk TM eTT £ ? residea * ^est Virginia State Police .rec-Hand, Virginia and Pennsylvania to of She ? herd - *' be ^ principal; ords, says the Journal, revealed i come into this state to* do their · s P eaker - Sill Hardy. Fredericks " " J ' " ' ' " j president of Shepherd Alumni As- 1 attend. the War Memor-i liarv entertained : j . " - * ! _ · i L : """ "^ JJiiX-mi^ill., A U i S AUCdlid . drivers on-, their way to such that these out-of-state drinkers are i t n e nos P lta * ^zff. doctors and their "joints". ^ .'flooding the local taverns and are !wives on Dec - 2T - Members of the Stating that "this newspaper. actuaBy keeping them to business "'auxiliary also attended. ; went into a rather exhaustive j A spot check was made bv a Doii Somers. New York City, is study of the situation after several-Journal reporter of ten taverns in' visiting his mother. Mrs. Daisy criticisms of West Virginia beer [Berkeley County on a recent Sun- Somers for the holidays. Somers operators had been pubUshed in {day sight All but one of tne«e ^ engaged in theatricals. He re- leveral nearby Maryland news- j taverns visited are located outside 'cently made a series of movies papers/ the Journal says that "the Martinsburg. for children in Texas. They will be iRROL FYLNN AND MAUREEN O'HARA head the action cast of Universal-International's Technicolor "Against All Flags." Flynn, starting his 16th year as a swashbuckling star, is seen as a British naval officer who masquerades as a deserter in order to join t pirate gang headed by Miss O'Hara. Anthony Quinn, Alice Kelley and Mildred Natwick head the large supporting cast of "Against All Flags/* opens a six day run tonight at Henry's gala Kew Year's Eve show. Many Maryland Cars Found Outside W. Va. Taverns By Journal Reporter WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER .11, ABOVE SCENE Mala Powers, a Blazing gun slinging Gal starring in "Rose Of Cimarron" with Bill Williams and Jack Buetel. Filmed in Natural Color and produced in the rough, tough Western Plains. This film will be shown at the Academy Theatre all day on New Year's Day. . conclusion is reached that the diffi- of the 171 automobiles parked televised later. of West IeSS .hcenses. Richard Havermale had West;' wife and sons, Jacksonville, and! were 68 j Lieut. Robert Havermale. U. S.| Force - ^^ are vi «ting! two from j parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J.i HUNTZ HALL gets his own version o£ a Gilligan Twist on huge Henry Kulky in the new Bowery Boys hit, "No Holds Barred." opening a big three day engagement with a gala midnight show tonight at the Colonial Theatre. Leo Gorcey stars with Marjorie Reynolds featured. it is anything but the actual fact of the matter, says the Journal. Because it is "non-intoxicating," of age or over. But a quirk in law permits a persoa^nder who Club held its annual Christmas i is now a student at West Virginia; Lawrence Kesecker. party at the home of Mrs. Irving i Univcrsitv She will receivp a ; J - Hammon d Siler, of Richmond make aa .ttmrtjS^kV^I^Tr."!^ t '*""»«· ««· «· ^ Yost, Jr..! bachelor of science degre, in June.igf^ ( ^| sBank - is spend 'director of the Maryland Depart-.was co-hostess. Mrs. J. R. Yost; Mr. Pun-is, a graduate of Davis' r Vo J ment of Health. reviewed Charles Tazewell's story i-ase care, ; Mrs ^ Ward M D awson? Jr a n ( i;-The Littlest Stork.** Mrs. Worth : children, returned home after ac-j Everett led the group in singing j companying their mother, Mrs. | Christmas carols. ' I Walter Price. Breezewood, on a; A 13-year-old boy \vas arrested "it i P ^ J trip through Florida, i recently for breaking into a tool fnrTM nanTM*' Ber keley Springs High School 1 shed of the Pennsylvania Glass the iob of no purchased .a new type beaded ; Sand Corporation. He was also ac- j D 01 po-;screen for use in assembly and cused of stealing dynamite fuses J | visual education programs. The and caps, according to Stete Poi investigation of crime'in the ^^S^^^^'^Jgl -^ jty. Because the Berkeiey Countyjff^EP,^^ n«e"p^e ^e shenfF s-ofee has no law enforce- ;p h o nogl? ph. that may be used with j fire. was also added to the; Theodore C. Fearin i now announce the engagement of Polict Purchase A Lit Detector The purchase oC t "li« detector" by the Hagerstown Police Department was reported Tuesday by Commissioner M. E. EUinger. The lie detector, otherwise called the B W Polygraph, will be available to other law enforcement agencies in the county. However, it was pointed out that persons charged with crimes can- I not be forced to submft to a lie 'detector test and that the use of the device will be entirely volun-l tary. Evidence obtained by use of! jthe machine will not necessarily ] jbe submitted is evidence in court! when persons are tried for crimes, j The polygraph when properly i used as a tendency to make a per-1 [son charged with crime make! I a confession when confronted with \ ] results of a test. j I The machine measures minute ! changes in skin sensitivity, changes f | in respiration and electrical im- j j pulses when * subject answers I questions. i j Detective Grayson Wigfield will 1 operate the device after studying; jits operation. At the present time* I experiments are being made at po- ilice headquarters. One Group Denied Permission To Use Sound Truck Here recordings in Ha ? er?t ° wa ^ut not! to solicit contributions. ' u . . While three city councilman were "When we were turned down in'., "T.* *\ l *^ lx ; mo ? th -»* giving permission to one religious Hagcrstown, we took our record-'t t, Vi u * J - nn v ^ Clt ^ ecenti - v «ew» group to play Christmas music and ings to the smaller towns in this^u- **"** *" ^ ap ** a , raa * solicit contributions in Hagerstown, section in the evening and we'*u cftrist ^ m «- Here Js * ii8t « another group was denied oermis-'^n't ak any money for it," saidi the guc ' sts: his parents his broth ^' sion when application was made M ^ A1 ^r- ' ,, c ; -; ! m " father, maternal at City Hall The Bi{5 ' e Mobile Service had great-grandmother, godp*r«nts, 1$ H \ Adcer well-known t-oDrie \ {a ?* TM co TMTM of religious music· distantly related relatives, tte mja-. Ito^of toe SgW Ser^e LtiK season ister and the entire congregation jthe-Western Pike, said that per- ~ ~-_^TM L ! nmeilt J o f the First Methodist Church. j mission was sought for the Bible j Mobile Service to play religious ; and Elkins College, will receive a master's degree from West Virginia University. The wedding will take place in the early summer. S/Sgt. Phil Kesecker, stationed at Francis E. Warren Air. Force Base in Wyoming, is visiting his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. WARNER BROTHERS' Maryland Theatre gets a brand new "First Run" Special Release showing of "Stop You're Killinjf Me" for the national premiere midnight show tonight at 11:30. P. M. The film, a Damon Runvon's roaring best . . . It's one of 1953's comedy riot's, starring Broderick Crawford and C!air». Trevor. Filmed in Warner Color. This picture will be shown "to-night onlv." FULL HOUSE fN OltUT this criminal investigation and oth- i er duties fall on the shoulders of R n r t . n n « - h n i Robertson, \\ho is charge of the soil conservation j their daughter, Mary* Carolyn to State Department of Public Safety." The Martinsburg newspaper then says "this is the actual record. Admittedly, the Eastern Panhandle is in a peculiar position geographically, inviting beer business from the neighboring states. But j it appears that it is up to the legislature both to enact better beer !control laws and,to provide better! ! enforcement. j ! "This enforcement/' says the' ,, . , j Journal, **-could come from morel as Jie aoove do up- , state Poli offi d i let one s composure, but hundreds !bctter trained instigators from! of women who have pictured movi^ state Beer Commissioner's of-i ing day as most upsetting have dis-jfjce, or more deputy sheriffs with' covered that it's really quite simple ; police authority. '· when moved by us. Just j "Berkeley County is becoming j I i widely known as the haven for beeri |drinkers of Maryland, Virginia and! j Pennsylvania. The inadequate! I1 laws have brought death to tenj '| persons in this county alone dur-j ;ing 1952, and there is no reason to| j think, unless there are corrective! [ steps taken by the legislature, that I this number will decrease during undermanned nffirers of NIP' * c u " e iou conserv a"on| tneir daughter, Mary Caro *"SSSS nf S,°cl e !P ro ^ m for Morgan County, re- Matthew Robert Purvis, Jr. IQNIAL TODAY ONLY is ) . great progress during 1952 .j the son of Mr and Mr _ Purvis of The RiU T °P Farm Women's Fanwood. N. J. Miss Fearnow HENRY'S THEATRE Continuous II A. M. to 1? P. M. Gala Midnight Show Tonight HONE fct ac--f N T S * PO«~ ALLIED VAN LINES 701 Pennsyivonio Ave Ho^ef5jtown. Md the coming year," concludes the! Journal. i may thif year mark for you the btgHining of new undertakings, the fulfillment of those started in othtr years, and the joy that comes with / ambitious effort and achievement Farmers Merchants Bank of Hagtrsfown, Md. I Branch Bonk -- Smithsburg, Md. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. MKKWQOED PIRATE FURY SWEEPS THE SCREEN! The Black Flag Flies..,as a renegade adventurer strikes at ttie corsair port |f£ f Madagascar-to steal its ' " Buccaneer Queen! --"^ Tl ERROL rt MAUREEN i LYNN-WHAM * S GAINST Wtdntidoy --Thru-- MI;-; ktaM ft) IbM fctitte THURSDAY · FRIDAY · SATURDAY * OPENING WITH A GALA MIDNIGHT SHOW TONIGHT ENDS ALICE KlLEy-MllDilQl NAM CLIFTON WEBB Stars and Stripes Forever" a TNOCI HIURIOtiS AKC WOW! flit KBSfinMlBSsllV lowtry loys ore o mirth-moking mtnoce to the firunt, groan and grimace racket! EXTRA or 1! M a. m. TODAY Big Prizes! ^ $wr L ri»**!r l p k ^ i- m Cartoons! $ HiH^Toyitort Wil , fN A NtW VlAft] Yeti'M WW*g CELIBRATB WITH US! Premier Tonite! at 11:30 P. M. J Tonight 0»iy! DOOM Open 11:30 P. M. --All Seat* 65c Ticket! On Sal* -- Get Yourt Early Tomorrow ONLY * New Year's Day * OPEN qt 11 P. M. JACK BUETEL- MALA POWERS- BILL WILLIAMS t FRIDAY Nightfr SATURDAY all DAY! BARBARA STANWYCK;

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