The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 30, 1939 · Page 4
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FOUR THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1939. NEW LAW TO AFFECT MANY Local Licensees May Be Refused Renewals Because Of 1939 Act A steeable percentage of the alcoholic beverage licensees in this county will be affected by the new State law restricting issuance of licenses, and accordingly will face possible refusal on the part of the local License Board to renew their licenses nekt May. Estimates-.of those to be affected by the 1939 act were placed today as high as thirty per cent. Copies of the new law were received here- sometime ago and an interpretation later was asked of the Attorney General. The new law is said to provide that convicted felons who already have a liquor license may continue to hold it, if the conviction did not occur within five years before the date of renewal, but bans the issuance of a new liquor license to any person who has been convicted of violating gambling or other liquor laws. This interpretation of the law was "prepared by the office of Attorney-General William C. Walsh at the request of Charles T. Levin- ness, head of the Baltimore City Board of Liquor License Commissioners. A cbpy of the interpretation was sent to the Board of License Commissioners for Washington County which had raised a similar question. The.law enacted by the 1939 Legislature provides a flat ban on issuing licenses to any person who has ever been convicted of a felony or of-.gambling or liquor violations. But it also provides that licenses already held by such convicted persons may be renewed if the conviction did not occur within five years -before the date on which they apply for renewal. The law also provides that county license boards must revoke liquor licenses for certain types of violations. These include violations of the liquor act and failure to comply with board regulations; false statements in applying for licenses: possession of. liquor on which the tax has not been paid, and two or more convictions of clerks employed in any liquor store^pr tavern with a liquor license.. Leanness" request concerned a man -convicted and fined §25 in 1935 tor possession of a five-cent slot machine. The decision held that if five years had elapsed between the time he was convicted and the time he made application for a new license; the renewal should be granted. KEEP con with these NEW FRAflXS CORKHILL Tenderized FRANKFURTS Supremely Tender J CMKMN, KlUtCO, BaHu^re, ftM. CLOTHING For the Entire Family R & G DEPT. STORE Schindel, Rohrer & Co. Headquarters For Sherwin - Williams PAINT 28-30 S- Potomac St. Phone 705 BUY YOUR COAL -FROM— CUSHWAS' Phone 2200 and get THE BEST Polish Towns in Hitler's Path to Conquest Although Poland is comparatively poor country, Germany covets its well-developed seaport of Gdynia (top left) in the Corridor, its rich oil fields (lower left) near Lwow, and its thriving towns. Poznan, the capital eight centuries ago, is western Poland's university and cathedral city. A view of one of the spacious squares is given (upper right). Only 50 miles from the German border is Lodz, (lower right) second largest city and center of Poland's textile industry. It imports the bulk of its cotton from the United States. Held In Playmate's Death Police Officer P. C. Stebbins in Montrose, Calif., arrested Richard Jensen, 14, (above) and said lie admitted striking a playmate because "he called m e a convict." The other boy, William Williams, 13, was found dying beneath the home of Jensen's parents, his skull crushed and his throat choked with wire. Local Men Enlist For Army Service Six more local young men have recently enlisted or re-enlisted in the U. S. Army, according to Sergeant John Chop, in charge of the location station. Jacob R. Mellott, recently honorably discharged from the First Medical Regiment, re-enlisted for Coast Artillery. Philippine Islands, and was given a re-enlistment bonus of $75, also a three months' furlough before he sails from New York for Manila. Robert D. and Clifford J. Sheets, brothers, and Claude W. Tracey, step-brother, re-enlisted for the Air Corps, Panama. C. 2. The Sheets brothers served two years in infantry. Panama. Marshall E. Dixon enlisted for the 44th Ordnance Co., Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Md. John W. Carrot, son of Warren Garrot, and nephew of Mrs. Mary Garrot, Fountain Head Heights, this city, enlisted for the Air Corps. Langley Field, Va. He is a graduate of St. Mary's High School. Edward M. Baltzell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Baltzell. Thurmont, Md., re-enlisted for the Air Corps, Langley. Field, Va. William F. Kreigh, son of Mrs. Ottie Kreigh, Clearspring, enlisted for the Air Corps, Langley Field, Va. He is a graduate of Clear- spring High School. Applications for enlistment are now being received from new and ex-service men. They may apply by mail or in person at the Army Recruiting Station. Postoffice Building, Hagerstown, between S a. m. and 9 p. m., except on Sundays. GOOD money is saved hy buyinp good poods at prnod prices through the cln OFFICE EQUIPMENT Hagerstown Bookbinding & Printing Co. TELEPHONE 2000—2001 The Age of is here Spun glass is woven into fabrics — and MARVELS give you modern quality at a real saving/ Ask for MARVELS RV€ LS The CIGARETTE of Quality STtPHAWO MOTHERS, FVJH.A.. PA. HAVE TOD NOTICED what a there Is every day In the Classified very varied collection of offers Section? Boston Police Announce Paarand Admits Killing Maryland Mate. Ferdinand R. Paarand, Chelsea, Mass., construction worker, has confessed killing his wife, formerly Miss Edna Phelps of near Myersville, Boston police announced last night. Mrs. Paarand's body, identified by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Phelps, arrived in Frederick yesterday. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon in Middletown with interment in Mt. Olivet cemetery, Frederick. Until the parents of his wife walked into his presence at-Boston Police Headquarters Sunday morning, Paarand, who is 25, had held to a story that he last saw her alive along the beach in the course of a fishing trip. Faced by his wife's mother and father, however, he broke down, and within half an hour after they had left him, he signed a confession, police announced, that he "did away with" his wife. Metropolitan Police Sergt. John J. Dunn said Paarand related he struck his 28-year-old wife after a quarrel about attentions he claimed she received from other men. Paarand's insistence that his wife became lost, after he rowed her back to shore upon her becoming ill, was doubted by police from the beginning, particularly in view of the bizarre circumstances which accompanied the story. Neighbors had called the police to his apartment, which was filled with gas, although at the same time the windows were open and an electric fan was in operation. A door was riddled with bullet holes, and it was related that neighbors YEP, HE CAN COO K—Those cookies are a few reasons why Roy Austin, 15, of Wasco, HI., won from girls In Elgin contest had heard shots after Paarand returned home. The purpose of the shots was not disclosed. The beating which Paarand was said to have related that he administered to his wife took place on Monday. It was not until Friday, however, that her body was in police possession. AN AD IN TIME, often saves more than nine days of waiting 1 . Classified ads bring 1 quick result*. KANSAS CITY, Aug. 30, (IP). — Two fire chiefs, four hose companies and a ladder truck responded to an alarm from the Helzberg Diamond- Shop. A fireman stamped out a cigaret that had burned through a piece of i cardboard. New Wage Scale Effective Friday The new W.P.A. wage scale recently ordered by Congress will increase the W.P.A. payroll in Maryland by $104,000 per month, Regional Administrator Francis H. Dryden announced yesterday. The total Maryland payroll will be increased from $637,000 to $741,000 under the new law, which provides equal wage scales for workers in all parts of the country. The average pay in Maryland will be changed from $49 per month to $57. Dryden said Washington had ordered a reduction of about 1,200 workers in the number employed in Maryland. The reduction, to be effective by the middle of September, will reduce the -number from 13,800 to 12,600. The new rates, which go into effect Friday, range from a top of $94.50 per month for professional and technical workers to a minimum of $39 for unskilled laborers. A Million Dollars to Relieve Piles It is estimated that over a million dollars annually is spent for various remedies for relieving piles. Yet any druggist will tell you that soothing, cooling, astringent Peterson's Ointment will allay pile torture in a few minutes. 35c a box. 60c in tube with applicator. Peterson's Ointment stops itching promptly, brings joyful relief. Money back if not delighted. Adv. by pendent tesung «»largest tire ma Afflcrica 's «x ;nclud ; ng new introduced. Pittsburg e SUvcttoW n "The °«;?°° s V ver Tread gave than any _. ere recently tested under he same road condmons. GOODRICH SILYERTOWN Tires Never Before Nave You Been Able To Put This Geodrkh LJfe-Saver Silvertown On Your Car At These Special Cut Prices ... Offer Expires Midnight, September 4th T HINK OF IT! 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