The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 13, 1938 · Page 5
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 5

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Thursday, January 13, 1938
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1938. THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. fr'lVK More Than Half Of 46 Killed Pedestrians Baltimore, Jan. 12 (/p) More than half ot the 4G persons killed on Maryland highways during December were pedestrians, the State Police Accident Prevention bureau said today. Sergt. Miirlin D. Brubaker released the bureau's monthly accident report with a warn' (hat pedestrians "must learn how to walk along highways sensibly" if the death toll is to be reduced. Of the 190 crashes reported to the bureau last month, Brnbaker said, 45 involved pedestrians and caused 25 deaths. Seven pe.-sons died as a result >of automobiles colliding with automobiles; four were killed when autos crashed into fixed objects. Stylish Winter Clothes for men and women ... on EASY CREDIT TERMS PEOPLES 67 w - Wash 1 STORE Street BENTZ and DUNN Slenderized Arch Preserver FOOTWEAR ABLO WATERPROOFING BETTER HOMES, Inc. U S. I'oloiiinc St. rlinne 816 WARNER BROfe.THEATRES COLONIAL • TOMORROW A SATURDAY I Continuous '1 Till 11 P. M. WILLIAM BOYD GEORGE HAYES JUDITH ALLEN PIUS • " RADI ° PATROL" POPEYE CARTOON ACADEMY STARTS TOMORROW I 17! / know my own heart!" f*^^-~-*?j£s / LAST DAY PARTNERS IN CRIME' Three ot Hollywood's brilliant lights are co-starred in RKO Radio's "A Damsel in Distress," the current Maryland Him. , Fred Astaire contributes his whirlwind terpsichore and Burns and Allen offer their smart chatter in this romantic musical comedy scored by Gershwin and scribed by P. G. Wodfl- house. Joan Fontaine bends the featured cast in the title role. Rev, Fr. Ryan to Go to Brunswick Rev. Francis P. Ryan, pastor of St. Peter's Catholic Church, Hancock, has been transferred to Brunswick as'pastor of the Catholic Church. Father Ryan was popular among members of his t congregation as well as the community as a whole and the announcement of his leaving, which he made last night at a dinner given for the Catholic Daughters of that town, was received with much regret. Father Ryan came to the Hancock church in July, 1933, succeeding Rev. William E. Kelly, who was transferred to Brunswick and later to Westminster. No announcement of Rev. Ryan's successor at Hancock has h&en made as yet. NO WONDER Peeos, Tex., Jan, 12 (ff>) — For 20 years Miss Reba poster, 27, suffered from appendicitis. Surgeons who removed her appendix found an ordinary pin in it Miss Foster recalled swallowing the pin when she was seven. SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK By R.J, SCOTT A- FILM OF Moi^-fURE. ONLY Vttoo OF AH )NCH -frllCK. oK -Hit COr-T^IDE. OF A Biq DIR.I41BLE. BAXLOON WILL ADD fc MORE -frtAN eft* A MALF-'fbN 6F WEIGHT" •f6 -Trie. An insect-eating plant known as the urlicularia has been discovered hv scientists in South Africa. WHAT HAPPENED TO 50 MILLION PEOPLE Reliable sources 'slate (lint, last •ar 50 millions of people suffered from colds and lost 500 millions of dollars due to absence from work, id other attending expenses. Did the cost stop there? Possibly not in all cases. Every cold is dangerous, and none should he neg- leiled. At the very first sign of a cold— at, the first sneeze or nasal congestion—start taking Father John s Medicine regularly. Us S3 years of use, Is convincing proof of its value. It must he good. FOR COLDS AND BODY BUILDING MARYLAND TODAY MAT|NEE — 1:00 - 3:00 EVENING — 7:00 - 9:00 ' A. PARI$ SHOP )$ 5URROUKDE.P BY HUMAK'fkfe.-fH- COMPOSE. -ftE- Of- DorvtiKICAH. REP11BX1C STAMP .SHOWS COUNfRV'S MODERN COPYRI&HT" ISB^KINCJEATURES SYNDICATE, inc. GRAB BAG. One-Minute Test. 1. Name the U. S. Supreme Court justice whose retirement becomes effective Jan. 1R, due lo his resignation. 2. What commercial organization aided in the early development ot Canada? 3. What pole does the Anlartic region surround? Plui - News - Cartoon NOTICES SENT TO PROPERTYOWNERS Delinquents Are Given Warning fo Connect with Sewer OnS hundred anil flfly property owners who have [ailed after repeated notices to connect with the sewer system have received their last notice. The city is preparing to proceed against each individual as they did against two de-1 liquenls picked Hi random recently. These two were fined ?25 each by a local magistrate for failure to connect Iher homes with (lie sewer system. The city plumbing inspector was instructed to prepare a list of j names of properly owners who: have not connected ii ml these will | he used in preparing' warrants charging failure tocomiily with the ordinance requiring property owners to connect. They Will be hailed before a magistrate. • who has already ruled in the two cases that the city is within-its-rights. A city official commenting yrster- day on the refusal of these properly owners to connect, with (he system, said that it is unfair to compel those who are connected to pay the share of Ihese 150 for operating the sewerage system. It Is also considered by the liealt.. department as nnsanilary and a menace to the health of the community lo permit the continued use of cesspools. Hints on Etiquette. It is poor tasle lo ask for a let- fer of introduction from one who is not an Intimate friend. Words of Wisdom. What men want is not talent, it is purpose.—Bnlwer. Today's Horoscope, Many persons whose birthday occurs today are ' exceptionally shrewd. They excel In fields of business and politics. One-Minute Test Answers. 1. Justice George Sutherland. 2. The Hudson's Bay company. 3. The South pole. OFFERINGS AT THEATRES ACADEMY LAST TIMES TODAY When a newspaper man and a private detective dive into polities lo swerve the tide of a city election, there's bound to lie some laughs in the outcome; and there are laughs and shudders both In "Partners In Crime," the new I/ynue Overman-ftoscoo Karns pic- lure showing last tines today at the Academy Theatre. With Overman an-1 Karns in (he film are Muriel Hutchison and Inex Courtney, two comely young actresses, and Anthony Quinn, young actor who scored an overnight. hit in "The Last Train From Madrid." 'COUNSEL. FOR CRIME'" STARRING OTTO KRUGER, TODAY AT HENRY'S brought to justice by his own son. The youth doesn't know the rela- tlonsjilp, having been reared by a foster f_ather, a state senator, p.nd the senator's wife, who Is his real secret mother. In a- climactic courtroom scene the son demands his father's life for a murder he didn't commit, little realizing that he can prove the latter guilty only because he refuses lo sacrifice his son-prosecutor's happiness by disclosing the truth. NEW "HOPALONG" FILM BOASTS TOP-NOTCH CAST Enacted by a favorite cast of Weslern stars, the latest in the popular series of Hopalong Cassidy outdoors adventures, "Texas Trail,' 1 will open tomorrow at the Colonial Theatre, with William Royri again playing his familiar role of Hopa- long Cassidy and a splendid supporting cast which features Oeorge Hayes, Russell Hayden, Judith Allen and Billy King. THEFTS REPORTED The theft of a pockotbook containing $24 In cash froi. the cloakroom of a IOCH! 5 aiH lOc store and the larceny of two kegs of brass spigots valued at $25 are being Investigated today by police. Faryl Alklre, 200 block of North Potomac street, reported the theft of the nurse while Russell B. Young reported the larceny of the spigots from an apartment in the 300 block of Summit avenue. Ease the agonizing pain quickly and reduce soreness by immediate meet Resinol "Counsel for Crime," Hollywood's dynamic interpretation of a groat news event—the p-osecutlon of criminal lawyers, "mouthpieces" of. j the, underworld—starring Otto Kruger in a powerful screen role, is showing today only at Henry's Theatre. The strong cast also includes Douglas Montgomery, lovely Jacqueline Wells, Thurston Hall. Nana Bryant and the sinister Marc Lawrence, The story narrates the thrilling career of a brilliant and spectacular criminal attorney who Is ironically Man Old at 35 NOW YOUNG. FULL OF LIFE •'I wii norn-out. Only 35 but w*i old. But Oitrei K.VP me youth."—Russell J«rk. Gmnndct. Iml. OHTBKX contsini organic silmiiUni. obtained from EIIV ojslHs. whtrh peps you up AT ONCE; ilio -1 other IntlBornlon idvlsert bv leading dorlo/s. Stfr pldiint Ubl>U. Get {1 OHTREX today for BBr. 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