The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 21, 1947 · Page 4
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Got Only Vacant Stare. SJpperrRock, Pa:-April 19 (£>)• H. G. .Marsden, had a sign; "Chick«ns and eggs for sale/' in front of his home on North Liberty road. .A. windstorm blew away everything except the "for sale", part. Twenty-two persons asked "How much do you want for the house?" Before he could get the sign fixed. Safe, Speedy Sparkle for woodwork, tile, porcelain, paint! TAVERN PAINT CLEANER to-caustic. Ww't dull gloss Rwwws smudges, grease, grime •Ww't hurt hands or clothes • Ready to use... no mixing needed $149 • GALLON. Try these other Tavern Home Products T*v»rn Non-Rub Floor Wax ....$ 1.59 Wf gallon Tavern Window Cfeaner..59c qt. Tavern Rug Cfeaner...,_.5?c pt. Tavern Paste Wax .........69c 4b.[ Letter Brothers Rear Main Floor County Children Pictured above are the children of Charles Moore, 20 West Bethel street. Many lizards have the power to shed their tails,'permitting the creature to elude pursuers who may be preoccupied with the still wriggling. tail. DIPPO Silver Cleaner Cleans Silver In 10 Seconds Without Rubbing Just dip silver for 10 seconds —then rinse and wipe dry. Dull tarnished silver gleams like .new. .Get DIPPO SILVER CLEANER today! Main Floor LEITER BROTHERS This Funny World 4-21 v MeNaugbt Syndicate, Inc.. <YoU m ^ t * U me > ^ofessor, how you' came to write a book with ,* such a LOVELY leather binding Advisory Committee Selected By Mayor Group Named fro Advise on Light Plant Expansion Estimating that the expansion program needed at the City Light Plant .wiil cost the city in excess of one million dollars, "if the. light and power plant is to* expand in accordance with, the indicated future growth of our thriving city," Mayor Richard-H. Sweeney Saturday announced the appointment O f an advisory committee of Hagerstown citizens in connection with the proposed expansion, "Although the city administration a short time ago expended the sum of approximately $360,000 in the building of new boilers and a dam at the Municipal Light and Power Plant, which expenditure of money doubled the kilowatt capacity of the Light-Plant, problems have arisen there 'which portend more improvements * * *," Mayor Sweeney said. • "These problems are such that in the face of high prices for mater- i 'Hiitiiiimiiimimmuiiiuimi iiiiimium IIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIL OIL and COAL I FURNACES \ Sold and Installed I HEATING J I And' Airconditioning Division 1 THE HAGERSTOWN LUMBER I COMPANY • I R. L. Mclntyre, Mgr. | Phone 942 700 Frederick St : l ials, wages,, electrical accessories, it is estimated that the expansion so needed will cost the city in. excess of a million- dollars. "Although, thb /present capacity of:the Light-;-Plant is more tha'ri adequate for our-'present day needsV it is felt, however, that in order to properly: preserve the future of our Municipal Electric Light and Power Plant, plans and .developments of the same looking to the future should be immediately started," the Mayor continued. "The Council, audiI consider our Light and : PoweT Plant Hagers- CLOTHING For THE ENTIRE FAMILY R. •;&. G. DEPT. STORE A. B. C. pay the following prices for good, clean late model USED GARS; •'-•••::••}. Get GASH in 5 minutes Make Bufck Chev. . Dodge ForcL , Olds. Ply. .Pont 1942 1041 1340 1539 1938 1750.1225 1075 1200 1050 900 1275 1150 1000 1200 1125 1000 1350 1175 1025 H50 1025 925 1375 1250 1150 S50 750 825 SOO 950 700 975 650 525 575 600 775 500 750 AutomobilefBrokerage Company 895 Penna. Ave. Phone 4593 on the Spot . • —-— • ^B ...<•' ..and finds out why PHIUP MORRIS issomudibenertosmoke "Ws the ONLY leading cigarette made dif- ierejitly," Johnny informed him. "And thi« exclusive difference means . . . the PHIUP'MORRIS smoker really gets what other smokers only hope to get— r . ' .-.•.•. better taste...finer flavor... perfect smoking pleasure!" - Right; Johnny! If every smoker knew what PHILIP MORRIS smokers know-they'd ALL cjiange to PHILIP MORRIS-America's FINEST Cigarette! Try a pack . . . today. 1 v ^ ^^ ALWAYS BETTER-BETTER ALL WAYS town's greatest; asset and realize that it belongs to'all our people, and jn a matter of .sucli importance entailing a cost of more than a million dollars,;we;feel that we should seek, and are delighted to have, the advice and counsel of some of our fo-)most citizens, who have been friends of the Light Plant. "I am pleased to appoint as an Advisory Committee for the pur- pose the following: "Thomas W.'Pangbora, Maxwell Greeiiwald, Franklin N. Thomas, Howard K .Stlckell,' Joseph B.'Reynolds, Harry A. Bester, Roger C Hershey. Charles H. Eyerly, Hubert H. Schiudel, j. Frank Ridenour] Herman B. Hoopes, Reuben Musey, K Merrill Hayes, and former Street Commissioners in .charge of the Light plant: J. Vincent Jamison The Morning Herald, Hagcrslown, Md. FivV Mojiaa A- . Jr., Edwin S. Giitu and William H. Bovey." The giant redwoods of Cali- 'fornia are no longer cut commer : cially although closely related Se- auois growing nearer the coast are made into timber. See Our Line of Office Equipment R. M. Hays & Bros., Inc. -Jg3&> These Beautiful Curtains at BIG SAVINGS! SHEER MARQUISETTE PRISCIUAS Snowy white, deeply ruffled! Buy now, while price is cut—save on frilly,' refreshing curtains for your entire home! Each side, 40" wide x 81/long. ' R«a«I«Iy 2.98! 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