The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 22, 1947 · Page 4
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 4

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Tuesday, April 22, 1947
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Washington Merry-Go-Round By DREW PEARSON (Continued from Page 10) in the Democratic Party to play down Roosevelt for fear of diminishing President Truman's stature. -"As Drew Pearson said, Mr. HowDr.EdwardsHelps Constipated Folks! For years Dr. Edwards relieved patients bothered by constipation with his famous Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets—now sold by all drugstores. Olive Tablets are mild, gentle but oh —so thorough! Olive Tablets act. on •BOTH upper and lower bowels to produce more natural-like movements. No griping. Just cotnplete satisfaction. Follow label directions. 15& 30j!. President," Green concluded, "you've got au opportunity to break precedent and make history by being the first great President to follow a great President. We're-all sure you're doing just that." Women's Vote A rather sharp note was sounded by Connecticut National Committee" Woman Mary Hausman, who urged action to retrieve the women's vote. t • "Make no mistake about it," she said. "The .women beat us last time. And they can do it again, it takes^an awful lot of-irritation to make millions of women carry their babies with them to the polls on Election Day to vote against an. administration whose actions they disagree with. It will take a lot of work to make them vote for us next time." > Although not asked to comment, Mayor Hague seemed to take this almost as personal criticism. ( "Don't look at me," he said. "I'm for the women." Canadian Dog Wags Walt Street For a long time Canadians have complained that the Wall Street tail has wagged the Canadian financial dog. Canadian business, • This carefully balanced feetf provides a good start toward developing the full potential of broilers and layer*. Your profit depends on a good start, so wtiy not try the ration so many other feeders prefer?. We recommend it. Maugansville, Md. Phone 718 largely financed with Wall Street, was at the mercy of the big New York speculators. But now Prime Minister Maurice Duplessie of. Quebec has reversed this in an action which may affect American newspapers, and which already has had reverberations in- stcle-the Justice Department. Duplessie' has threatened to withhold crown lands from newsprint production if Wall Street speculators tamper with the St. Lawrence Corporation, now _ supplying vitally needed newsprint to several large American dailies. Despite the fact that newsprint is the lifeblood of American newspapers, the St. Lawrence Company is in the throes of a stockholders battle, featured by such a Wall Street buying siege that the Securities and Exchange Commission is lifting its eyebrows. Center oE the speculative effort is the Van Alstyne, Noel, Co., of New York, previously, suspended by the SEC for ten days for selling shares of Higgins boat in violation of the rul'es. Meanwhile, stockholders will battle it out at a meeting April 28. CHICKS ARE BURNED Approximately 200 chicks perished in a fire that destroyed a brooder house on the Walter V. Spessard farm at Smithsburg Sunday evening. The blaze was discovered about 8 o'clock and in ten minutes the house was completely destroyed. LOST THE TRAIL? Far STORAGE THEATRES • BAKBtS Or cAnorf anyttmg WM LOOK in the Yelhw Pages The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Md Tut*i!ay, April !•!», ' FOR RENT PAINT SPRAYER HOWARD'S Paint Store 23 E. Washington St. Phone 1149" -FLITTING"—moving from the old home to the new—was done during early March in the Pennsylvania Dutch country. Old Reading Beer, traditionally Pennsylvania Dutch, has been brewed for almost three-quarters of a century to please those who really know fine beer. Its rich, mellow goodness and distinctive taste make Old Reading the preference of those who enjoy the best in food and drink. The Old Reading Brewery,- Inc., Reading, Penna. BEER fALE RESERVE AND PILSNER . . FOOD HANDLERS TRAINING COURSE Sponsored by— •' Maryland State Department of Health, Junior Chamber of Commerce and the United States Public Health Service WHEN? First Classes Will Be Held Wednesday, April 23 2to4P.M. - 7to9P.M. Second Classes Thursday, April 24 2 to 4 P.M. -- 7 to 9 P.M- WHERE? I.O.O.F. Auditorium 111 South Potomac St. The purpose of this Training Course is to instruct persons connected in any way with food or drink establishments in the proper methods of handling EQUIPMENT, EATING UTENSILS, FOOD and BEVERAGES. It is part of a Statewide campaign to protect public health and prevent the spread of disease. t . . • : • All Food Handlers In Washington County Are Expected To Attend These Classes! Compliments Com pi i m e n t s Best Wishes Best Wishes Martin' Cold Storage & Grocery Sea Food Ice Co. Restaurant Established 1894 Graded Ice and Ice Cubes 806 Penna. Ave. Middleburg Pike Best Wishes Best Wishes Compliments Compliments Van Vor Chemical H. A. Weiss & Son H. B. Wantz Old Export Budweiser Chestnut Farms Restaurant, Hotel & Bar Equipment Phone,957 Free Advice and Help for Better Sanitation" Chevy Chase Dairy Call 1315-J Best Wishe Good Luck Compliments Best Wishes Vogel Ritt, Inc. Exterminators and Fumigators Advocates of Good Health Thru Sanitation * The Danzer Metal Works Co McCrory's Tavern and Liquor Store Good Luck C p m p 1 i m e n t s Compliments Best Wishes Builders' Supplies Wholesale Distributors McPherson & Frankl Alhambra Fresh and Frozen Fruits and Vegetables

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