The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on October 25, 1955 · Page 16
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Tuesday, October 25, 1955
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SIXTEEN -- frte HATTY MAIL. n a etr*tnwn. _______________ luttdiy, Cllobtr T., i:;$ Steel Talks Price Boost; Profits High Increase Will Help With Expanding Industry OBITUARIES V__i M«y Smith Vada May Smith died it her home at Smitosburg. Rt. 2, MOB day evening after an Illness of 2 weeks, aged 47 years. She was tram in Frederick County and has spent most of her life in the Smithsburg area. She was a daughter of Mrs. Clara I. (Lewis) Smith and the late Amos M. Smith. Surviving besides her mother are sister, Mrs. Bertha Warner, of Smithsburg, Rt. 2, and brother, Alton G., at home and several nieces and nephews. The body may be viewed at the Minnicli Funeral Home, Sniiths- biirg. where services will be held NKW YORK ! .P -The steel in- i ( l n Wednesday at 2 p.m. by Rev. «·-i[^\ - basic supplier ot many an-; "'chard P. Fehnel. Interment will W'-rr A.'iipricau iiifluslry--is talk- i b ? in . lne Reformed Cemetery jn i:i2 about raising prices again. Wolfsville. The la!!; isn't so much "whether Mrs. DeliaTfe'ckm.n' Weaver, 89 to as it is -when to . widow of John C. Weaver, died The industry is chalking up rec- Sunday evening at her home, 330 ord or near-record earnings just I Kairview Avenue, Waynesboro, Pa. now. But iis leaders point out t h a t ' S h e had been ill since April' fol- onerating costs are rising. Also,'lowing a stroke. She was born in s:--l users arc "clamoring stf u r - j Waynesboro, daughter of Charles Bciilly for more metal t h a t t h e ; a n d Annie (Heckman) Wilson. slsol mills see another round of| The deceased lived all her life in expansion-'ahead--ancl they say i Waynesboro. She was a member must gel thq money for it out oUflf the E.U.B. Church, the Dorcas hi7hcr prices-. ]S. S. Class/Sons and Daughters of The demand is so strong -- pre- Liberty and Poeahontas Lodge. sumahly for months ahead--that Her husband died in 1950. the mills expect little opposition Sne is survived by two daugh- from their customers. i t e r s , Mrs. Lee Brosius, at home; The busy steel milts arc chalk-'*/"' ^"'^ . Ey ' er - Waynesboro; Ins up record production and rcc-*., grandchildren; sister, Mrs. ord sales. Their profits filnwi, a r y Mul1 ' ^hambersburg; half- asainst the fairly somber 1954 , n i l h r r ' Ge °rge Rowe, Waynes- hackground The first ]7 slco! and : "°*°- . iron companies, hig and small, to '""'vices will be held on Wednes- roport shou combined no! income l1ay afternoon at 2 o'clock from a f t e r taxes of S174.423.571 for the tlie Grove funeral home in Way- first nine monlhs of 1955. This i s jncsboro with the Rev. Dr. Paul 0. a whopping 107.4 per cent increase- S n e ( t e l officiating. Interment will over the S84.099.6fiO earned by t h e j b e '" Price's Cemetery. Friends s a m e companies in the like period I ma S* call at the funeral home this of 1954. j evening from 7 until 9 o'clock. . N. Bachtell Dies Suddenly Aged 55 Years Robert Norman Bachtell, Sr., vice president and secretary-treasurer of the Hagerstown Trust Company, died suddenly of a heart attack at his home, 1141 Oak Hill Avenue, yesterday at 9:30 p. m. He was 55 years old. Mr. Bachtell had not been working since October 3 because of illness. However, his health had Improved, and Mr. and Mrs. Bachtell had planned lo leave this morning for a vacation at Williamsburg, Va. Here's Some Bird Chatter From Merry 0!e England LONDON Wl--If the homing pigeon NURP 489307 AX could talk like Mickir the parakeet, he could tell quit* a story. In August 1949, Thomas Armstrong sent the pigeon 400 miles :o Berwick on the English-Scottish border for a race b»ck to Armstrong's bird toft in Sidlesham, °Mssex. The bird got home yesterday. "Haven't the remotest idea what coujd have delayed him," Arm- slro'ng told reporters. Mickie the parakeet, on the other hand, can outtalk your wife. He vanished two weeks ago fron (he home of his owner, 9-year-olr' Jacqueline Simpson of Melbourne Derbyshire. stress two things: Maurice H. Newcomer, 79, re- r , ,., . lirc d farmer and fruit grower of First, profit margins from now,near Ringgold, died at 5 o'clock on will reflect the rising labor costs Monday afternoon at the Fahrnev- last Summer s w a g e scale | Kcedy Home near Boonsbofo Hike, and also will reflect the i n - ' w h e r e he h a d ' b e e n a creasing costs of m a t e r i a l s and December ;951. ROBERT N. BACHTELL, SR. Mn Bachtell had just returned home from a church meeting last evening, when he complained of feeling ill. Mr. Bachtell was born June 29, 1900. at Edgemont. He was the son of Tracy A. and Amanda (Stouffer) Bachtell. since He went to work for the bank. | ing institution, then known as the He was born at Ringgold, son of i Hagerstown Bank and Trust Com- The steel executives argue that mer Mary Edythe Stevenson, died bank on January 16, 1952 ' ' they must have higher prices t O ' i n January, 1948. A m e m b p r 0 « s t lohn , T . ,,,... -- mem °' r ot M ' John s Lut " CT ' Wp profit margin? sufficient o! He was a member of the Church an ChuVch he waUlso a director I l l r = ^l i r , , « r . « » ; , - ! _ . : nt tkc. t t , - , , ! ! , , . , , , U l . l l . . I . . . " ' " · " K " 3S alb ° 8 Director allract investment capital a n d ; o f the Brethren. Welly congrega- make the new expansion program 'i° n - He is survived by a sister, possible. , Mrs. Clarence K. Bayer, Waynes- ices on Thursday last price hike, right after bu TM Roll , te 4 - . ige tjoost last Summer, a v - ^ f f' l1n( ' 1 ' al services out a( $7.35 » ton i aflornoon at 2 o' ' ' the wage eraged Most leaders clock from the Pxn«.H mv.c» n i l G r o v e f u n c r a l llom1 in Waynes- ffffi SKSS; E3 w£ -^- V « of Die Hagersfown Trust Company, a director of the Hagerslown Gas Company, and took an active part in the Hagerstown Chamber of Commerce. He also served as secretary and manager of the Hagerstown Clearing House Association. Many Floats In Parade There will be no shortage of floats in the 31st Alsatia Mummers parade here on Saturday night Harold Rohrer, chairman of the float division of the parade, saic there will be more floats in' me ua rade this year than in previous years. · In addition to the Alsatia floai which will bear Miss Sharon Kit chie, "Miss America of 1956" and Queen of the Mummers, the follow ing firms and organizations will en ter floats: J. 3. Newberry store, William Beard, Howard Johnson restaurant, Municipal Electric Light Plant, Washington County Commissioners, Herald-Mail Company, Banks of Hagerstown, Snook Brothers, Hagerstown Guitar Band. Lynn Mar Television, Seventh Day Adventist Church, Moose Club, Hagerstown Junior College, Future Farmers of America, Lions Club of Hancock, Martinsburg Fire Department, Cub Scouts of Anrietam Street School, Tri-State Top Talent Group of Waynesboro. Additional units of interest in the parade include antique cars frnish- ed by Charles R. Smith, of Boonsboro, and Wilmer R. Pearl, of Hagerstown, and a steam traction engine furnished by W. L. Me- Culloh, of Mercersburg, Pa. Beall To Check On Newsprint Plant In Alaska CUMBERLAND W1 -- Sen. J. lenn Beall plans to ask Secretary of the Interior McKay his views on the possibility of developing an He was found six miles away by Mrs. Hilda Worrall, who hadn't any clue where he belonged. For a fortnight voluble Mickie spouted nothing but old .rvirsery rhymes. Yesterday, said Mrs. Worr*fj,.he suddenly c*me out with: "6« Derby Road." She took him there and, sure enough, that's where he lives. Teacher Dies w hile Calling Glass Roll BAtTTMORE Wl _ Dr. Ivan E. McDougle, professor of sociology at Goucher G»Uege for 31 years died last night while calling roll for a class at Johns Hopkins University. The 63-year-old educator was BalHmore To Boost Price Of Haircuts found dead at his home Sunday. ; b u r g ; sisters, Miss Amy Bachtell itl^c^M^te 3 ^^^ 1 ^!"-^-:: .^Mri iVSE: £3;* '" '» *"-- « tbi ^iS^y . son, Clifford, i m The^n^.aken to the Suter « * ^ C TM**» «""' h « j Waynesboro: sister. Mrs. Harvey j f u n e r a l Home, where friends may BALTIMORE UP -- The Journey! J - Martin, Hagerstown, Route 2; -' a11 Wednesday from 7 to 9 p. m. men Barber's Union antl the Barat) d Ellen Shindle, »l Ihe Sliook 1 Tlle funeral will be held Thurs- bcr's Employers Guild have an- Home in Chambcrsbuvg. nounccd affiliated shops will start (lay at 3 p. m. at St. John's Luth- Graveside services will be h e l d i c r a n Church by Rev. Dr. L. Boyd charging $1.25 for hair cuts about Wednesday at 10 a m. at Browns j H a m n i . Interment will be in Rose " ' ' " Mill Cemetery, Rev. Lowell Gear- Hi ,'! cpllle t"y. I '''lie board of directors will serve ;as honorary pall bearers along I with Ellsworth n. Roulette, of the Samuel H. Motliour. 84, G r e e n - j Nicodemus National Bank; W castle^. Route I. dicd^ Monday morn- Russell Howard, of the Second Na, _, Bank and Hubert Stotelmy- the F a r m e r s and Merchants the end of the month. Organizers of the two groups n a r t officiating, acknowledged only about 100 of SamueTHTRothour Baltimore's estimated 800 shops are affiliated and indications are many non-members will not sot- . ., along. The current scale in Balti- I1 g al "! e Ilon1e of h l s daughter..Iional more is 85 cents to SI. M r s ' Nelson Myers. Groencastle. or of The Maryland senator made his $5 per ton increases in newsprint were in the offing. Beall indicated he believed Ca- M. A. Dize. president of the bar- iv c °"' e hers' u n i o n , said haircuts already i cost $1.25 m Laurel ' " ' He - nadian producers were trying to "get around monopoly charges" bv announcing price hikes at different times. He said it would have Jo be determined "just what steps are needed" to encourage private capital to develop a newsprint supply in Alaska under government supervision. "Then we can go further into this matter of developing our own seated at a desk when he suddenly limped over. Dr. McDougle, a native of Hunt- ngton, Tenn., attended Eastern State Teachers College in Richmond, Ky., and received his bachelor's, master's and doctor's degrees from Clark University in Worcester, Mass. He came to Goucher in 1924 after five years on the faculty of Sweet Briar College in Virginia. A conscientious civic worker, Dr McDougle labored for the.better- ment of Baltimore's low income groups, He was credited with doing much of the work that led to formation of the Citizens Planning and Housing Assn. He was active in prisoner-aid projects and a promoter of ways of combating juvenile delinquency Surviving are his wife, a daughter, Mrs. Edwin Bowen, and three grandchildren. Hagerty Mum On Ike's Attitude To All The Talk DENVER, Oct. 25 i«--is Presi- Government To Help Bolster Pork Market WASHINGTON (*-The government has come to the aid of'the sagging hog market with an 85 million-dollar pork products purchase program. Secretary of Agriculture Benson announced the program yesterday and said it will begin "as soon as practicable." He estimated it would continue through next August. Benson said he wa» acting on the recommendation of his Hog and Pork Industry Advisory Committee. Hog prices new arc about 30 per cent below the level of a year ago. These prices recently dropped under $14 a hundred pounds on Midwest markets. Benson told a news conference he thought the government purchases would help stabilize the hog market and might "hold the line." He said the roughly 170 million pounds of pork and 30 million pounds of lard to be bougrft would be used in the school lunch program, by charitable Institutions and by needy persons. He said none would be bought for government storage. He also made it clear he has no plans to start a price support program for pork and lard. He said it would be too expensive. his illness? The White House de"clines to say. Do his aides "want to convey the impression" the President is totally unaware of that commotion Yhen quite possibly he knows all about it? James C. flagerly. White House press secretary, says on that'one: Skeletons Of Tall Africans Are Uncovered TURIN, Italy, Oct. 25 OB-One of the reasons for Hannibal's early success against Roman legions 2,100 years ago may have been soldiers seven feet tall. Excavations made at Pecetto Hill, three miles from here, have uncovered an ancient Roman town, skeletons of men and horses and what apparently was part of a lemple. Seven of the skeletons indicated hat the men were seven feet tall, of an African race. If they were Carthaginian fol- owers of Hannibal, 'as some antiquities experts believe, it would by| partially explain Carthage's con- Democrats To Benefit If t GOP Attacks Labor Unions WASHINGTON W--Sen. McN»- mar« (D-Mich) taU today he hopes Republicans adopt a strategy of open attack on labor union leaden because he believes Democrat; would benefit greatly in 1956. McNamara, who keeps up his membership in the AFL Pipe Fitters Union, said he doubts that top Republicans will follow the bad of Sen. Goldwater of Arizona, chairman of the Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee, in assailing union leaders. "I hope the Republicans do It," McNamara said in an interview. "We Democrats will benefit a great deal if they do. But I'm afraid responsible Republican leaders are more likely to follow the lead of Cov. Goodwin J. Knight of California. "The labor .vote isn't In the pocket of the Democrats and if Lhe Republicans make « strong bid for labor support we'll have our work cut out for Us keeping labor on the Democratic side in next year's elections." Knight satd in a recent New York speech that unless the Republicans ifiext year can rally the labor and independent vote at- traded^ by President Eisenhower .n 1952, they could lose the White House 'ilor the next generation." Goldwater has made it clear I- wants the GOP to appeal to in- 'Secondly, there Is the mi»rt use of political a lush funds--OB nationwide icale. "This combination of violence and massive . funds, previously unheard of size, constitutes a real and prese danger terttte traditional politic institutions of our country. I b lieve it is the duty and responaj bility of the Republican party make known the facts of this uation to the public." AFL President George Mean* slated to head the combined AFU CIO in the forthcoming merger ol ·the two giant unions, told new* men in New York: "Sen. G o l d w a t e r is through his hat. lie is either tau ing to hear himself talk or it con* pletely misinformed. "There is no slush fund there never was a slush fund, amount collected by the AFL the* CIO can be seen on fRe Congress. There was more montj spent to re-elect the late Sen. T* (R-Ohio) than was ever spent the AFL and CIO combined." Jack Kroll, director of the CIO Political Action Committee, ia_) in Washington that Gotdwater w» "spouting . , Kroll said records are on file with the go eminent and "we invite comp»£ son between them and those of thl arrogant nonsense." CIQ-PAC financial lividual voters in labor's ranks. I Republican parlv to determini But he said in a report being cir-; where the slush f u n i i s really dilated among Republicans t h a t ! . inion leaders are organizing a ' A 4 U ·conspiracy of national p r o p o r - j A U T O g r a p n lions".in an effort to influence the!.. \ . r- ISSfi election results. i b O U C j l H TOf He said there are tw^ aspects of i what he contended is an organized plan to "take over and control the j Democratic party" with the object quests in the second Punic War, 218-102 B. C. Hanrtibal's forces wiped out a Roman force at Piacenza-- battle of Trebia -r before slaughtering another Roman army at Lake Tras Of Queen's Book r _... .......... BRISTOL, England if - A hl« of defeating Republican candidates]class autograph hiinlcr was hlam next year "First of all." he said, 'by police today for the theft of "there! book containing the signature* is the use of violence and coercion j Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Mali by union leaders which has now|garet and Queen Mother Elizabetlu been transferred from the area of I The 56 pound book belonging W industrial disputes and brought!the Church of England Children'* boldly into purely political areas. , Society vanished from railroad " ~ | station where it was to be picked I up for exhibition at s chureh [bazaar. · Called "The Princess Elizabeth i Birthday Book." the volume w«e I launched by the present Queen at j t h e age of 12, People are invited to sign their names on the pagf Kit has 365) of their birthtiate and then are expected to contribute _n the weekend m ay have to ^1^^?^^!ft * .'I. f:'_. ope ' a .var. An official'described the Thieves To Have Trouble Gashing World Bank Loot i« -ru- *-Th.evM , several -- . » · · ,, , u ^ u u n i . i i a . i - j . , - f , · · o j r n i . mi u i l i L l - i i lit? PC | memo and then routing Rome'sj' 0 spend ahout half thclr loot - [book as "irreplaceable." Fabiiu at Cannae. "I am not conveying any impres.L^.i .1 .. , , sion, but I am not going to answer'Dl I WOTth Holds your question." i 'our question. . wh^her^lisSve"; ^?,TMk a Le ° d '" P h i l l / S second term despite his Sept. 24 heart attack. The general impression all along here has been that won't -but it's nothing more than an impression bolstered bv i That is the opinion of George; S R Young, assistant director of in-,f-' T · r i I jformation for the 57-nation insti-IOlOmeSe I W i n S Had tution. He said after the theft was L^ · -^ discovered yesterday the thieves O n I V One Heart [would have to go to England or! ' Australia to cash some $10.000 in. 1 MADISON. Wise . Oct. 25 dH-- British travelers' checks. \ Siamese twin girls born here early / Mayoralty Fight , ,, . , - , , - , . . ,, . -, Bv the time thcv vnt thpr» S l l n dav died last night. Hospital .^"! I : A ^ EL _ P . K , I . A W "- The Ph l la ' said, the .check 5 numbers i attendants said the babies had onlf delphia mayoralty campaign between veteran Democratic cam- Ihs knowledge that a heart seizureipaigner Richardson Dilworth and sometimes limits a man's activi-j Republican W. Thacher Ungstreth, lies, particularly a man with the « 34-year-old political novice, would have been circulated amongl o n e hl?iirt the banks and like institutions , The « lris weighed ... __ making redemption hazardous f o r "bout nine pounds at birth. Except s total el the thieves. _ being joined at the abdomen, thejr Young said the safe crackers: appeared perfectly formed. K , j e ., · . -- ..... -·· --'^ , , . ' --------- ,.~..^, j uuiig j*aiu me saie cracxcrs rH i'ti*^.».ii, j u i m c u . burdens of the presidency. (moved slowly into its final fort- probably would have trouble pass-i Hospital authorities declined to Hagerty istit the only one who "'ght today without too m u c h m g in this country some S6 400 j n i identify the family. f e e i n g he is f i r m l y « ' ' . hemselves have said so emphati- here on the campaign will be "all 'flllv BU/£o1nncc nnrl lirrVif ' * until *U A cally. - downtown nffice building. Also taken was some $3.000 American currency. S12.000 in had been ill several B a n k . | p u l p wood , I'hr active pall bearers will be L He was a member of the German members of (he staff of the Ha- A limber- Baptist , Church of the F a l l i n g ' g e r s t o w n Trust Company, A n n O U H C e 1 1 , ' s Springs congregation, and was a The body will lie in state from | - i f ' , retired f a r m e r . 2 to 3 p.m. on Thursday. r ; m i Besides liis d a u g h t e r he is sur ·· J . vived by a brother. George L of r i 11 ·Grcencastle, Route 1; three grand- r Q n h a n d l e w^.. Thurs.. .Nov.l^^ «" ^ lmf ^ l ^^'1 N o Freeze Like Ihf Ijody will be removed to ilir _ ^^r « 1 ^; sM ':!; s l:?"^ 11 ^.," 1 "^" Rest Of State fi -· jd land. Md, He $1.25 in Detroit $1.50 in Cleveland. TURKEY SUPPER A BAZAAR 6466 for reservations. m., f u r t h e r services a(' M i l l I'luirch al CHAni.KSTOX. W. Va. I.?--West ' ; a l 1:30 p. IN er W H I S K E Y 7Je tJie B r o w n s M i l l I'luirch al 2 v "'Ri"ia had 100 Pr. Bonded 5th 3.79 o ' c l o c k , the Revs. H a r r y and h v i n '''007.0 'f ' h o season l a s t -" - . . · i a n r ] mos , ^.^ )]ad fnis( t, u L Beer by the case 2.69 up Benedict official ins Gunnell s - Ph. 1008 - We deliver , Please omit flowers Adv I - Adv. i Elderl X Man Is iFound Hanged Sfi Proof S r . i h R« P .* I ' E ^ 6S Proof *' Samuel M, Shindi-1, 78. G r e e n e s ? ~«DVrTA~i c : l l e - missir S since last Thursday, , ,?u . W i l s f o u n 1 cload h « n Si"C in an out f l f t h S3 ' 75 hi'ild'ng on Sunday. 1«art*3.99' The body « as found by Luther « v. Q ^ rt S 3 - 89 »=ar. another roomer m t h e s a m e Thr.. n B ""f bnr f l f t h «- s9 ' house who looked a f t e r the elrtcrlv Three (3) Ovcrhnlt Mm ...... $1.00 m a n . Mr. Shindcl had been in ill BIhLE S h e a l t h . J4 W. C h u r c h St. Free P a r k i n g ; ] n early m a n h o o d Mr. S h i n d e l Open evenings _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Adv, ' h a d f a r m e d , its first general night, Only M a r t i n s b i n - g and surround- i m s area i n Ilie. E a s t r r n Panhandle ; h a d lemperatiirfs atinvo freezing F l a t Top hart a low of 2*. Hun. t i n g t o n 27. E i k i n s 28. Charleston l a n d Morgantown 29, Parkershurg M. Wheeling 31, and Martinsburg Apples -- Apptebulter -- Cider Open Mil 9 p. m. No S u n d a y Sales Pharos S. Horst. P a r a m o u n t . ( A r l v . ) ANTHONY'S 8EAUTY~SALON Oil Creme P e r m a n e n t $,S 00 (Reg S8.50J. Ph. 3.185. Aflcr 5 p m . 7513' Prof. Arts Bldg. Adv At Nurse Bazaar Held On Friday Winners and door prize winning numbers at the bazaar given last Friday by the Nurses Alumni Association of the Washington County Hospital at the hospital auditorium were announced today. The afglian wa.i won by D. Br«- sliears, 535 West Church Street- the graduate nurse doll by J. Miner., 27 Coffman Avenue; the student nurses' doll by S, Taylor, 142 South Lincoln Way West, Chambersburg. The winning door prize numbers were: Nos. 2, 146 90 127 54, 306, 61, 392, 257 and 432. Those holding the above numbers should contact Mrs. Peggy Mills, phone Candidate Dies But Name Will Stay On Ballot isweetness and light," until the! travelers' Nov- 8 balloting. | r i n g of unknown Longstreih, still waging an up- said hill battle, says he'll keep telling' the people "about the shortcom- ing 5:30. Boonsboro Fire Hall, 'J, i n ;Benf. Ladies Aux. Adults 1.25. Chil- Ij-S. i H r r n 7Sr · A n .» Byers Schlichter, 74, prom-'publicans from the top City Hall Franklin County Democrat posts for tH first time in 67 years John inent _ _ t and a candidate for County Commissioner at next month's election died suddenly f ( a heart attack Sunday night at the Chambersbure Hospital. ings of the (Mayor Joseph S.) ; Clark administration." j Clark and Dilworth are political [allies who teamed to oust the Re- Adv. iHinumi value, Young! ANNUAL TURKEY SUPPER I Clear Spring Fire Hall. Oct. 27. By RUMMAGE SALE -- NOON ! Ladies Aux. Vol. Fire Co. 4 8 in 1951. H/ight now political observers give the 57-year-old Dilworth a substantial edge over Longstreth, a former advertising executive Thurs., Oct. 27, St. 'John's Episco-, Adults $1.25: children 65c. Adf» pal Church. By Eastern Circle. ! · -Adv. ' DIAMOND MOUNTINGS Remount your diamonds into beau-* T U R K E Y SUPPER WED. OCT. H t i f u l new Feature-Lock e £ Lutheran Church. Funkstown. isake mountings. Prices ar» sur- Adults $1.25; children 65c. , prisingly low. Saum's, 21 Jonathan Adv Street. Adv. His name will remain on t h e J T h e y see little to change"thiTpic"- Democratic ballot. Once the print- lure between now and election day. ing of the ballots is underway there can be no change, substitution or! TELEVISION R E P A I R alteration. Printing of the elec-j For honest and reliable radio snd. tio nballot began October 15. television service at fair rales, i Should his name be among the! Phone 5604--Tagg's TV Service. winners, the Court of Common i Pleas would name a successor. Adv.! HALLOWE'EN SPECIAL Black Cat Vodka 86 Pr. $3.79 COLD B E E R -- Y o u r Choice 7 for SI Gallagher's Super M a r k e t Whiskey--Wine--Cordials Gunnell's--We Deliver.--Ph. 1008. Cor. E, Washington Locusts Sts, - Adv.! Adv. LEARN TO DANCE Ballroom Classes for Teenagers Ballroom Classes for Adults, Also Latin American Children's Classes in Ballet, Tap ond Acrobatic For Information Call 4716-W Open From 1 Until 9 STRASSER'S DANCE STUDIO 245 North Potomac S t . , Franklin Bldg. ( OPPORTUNITY FOR A B A R B E R ) A challenge to 1 or 2 good Barbers. If you are a go-getter and willing to work with an interest in the future of managing or owning an already established location write Box R, care of Herald-Mail. N O T I C E Due to the death of HIRAM B. WANTZ, Sr. HUB DRY CLEANERS, Inc. Will Be Closed All Day Wednesday October 26. N 0 T I C E . Due to the death of HIRAM B. WANTZ, Sr. WANTZ DISTRIBUTORS, Inc. · WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26 Adv. QUALIFIED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Consult us for advice and prices. Motor repair and rewinding. A. G. CRUNKLETON CO., Inc. Phone 914 Hogerstown -- Phone 22 GreencosH* TEENAGE BALLROOM CLASS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 7:45 P. M. FOXTROT -- WALTZ -- JITTERBUG RHUMBA -- MAMBO Judy Corrigan School of The Dance 1 26 North Potomac Street W. 0. W. Building » Jrd Floor Wednesday Night "AL KIEFFER HIS BAND" / COCKTAIL LOUNGE OPEN DAILY TO THE PUBLIC Open vVeekdays -- 4 R, M. to 12 Midnight Saturdays -- 1 P. M. to 1 2 Midnight Budweiser on Draft Your Favorite Drinks at Popular Prices ROUTEMAN To service « route ot automatic coffee machines. Must be neat in appearance and have a good record of consistent, steady employment. Some mechanical experience preferred. Good starting salary with extra benefit* to include hospitalizatlon, life Insurance, paid vacation and complete uniforms paid for entirely. by the company. Truck furnished. ' If, you believe you can qualify, do not fail to investigate thi« opportunity to join a rapidly expanding company in one of the country'* f«ite«t growing fieldt. N For Interview Appointment -- Call Hog: 4346 Kwik Kafe of West. Md., Inc. , Houte 1, Cavetown Pike, Hagerstown RESERVED CHAIR SEATS FOR ALSATIA MUMMERS $1.25 F R r o°w l P A R A D E $1 00 Second ^ ' t« met. Soturday Evening, Oct. FHrtt ^ block, on North Potomac St. Mail Orders Accepted Seats on Sale at Alsatia Club HI West Washington St., Hagerstown, Md. Tickets on sale every day from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Friday 9 to 9 RESERVED BLEACHER SEATS FOR THE ALSATIA MUMMERS' PARADE Tickets on Sale Daily 9 A. M. to 5 P. M., Friday 9 AT ALSATIA CLUB ROOMS 141 West Washington Sr. Hagerstown, Md '· ALL SEATS RESERVED Festivities will itirt in Public Square at 6:30 GRANDSTAND SEAT* . at Public Squart t» Inel. GRANDSTAND SEATS on North Potomac at Charlei Street) tax bid. Mill onteri accept rd for North Potomac gtrtit only. Mummers Parade Saturday Evening October 29th

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