The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 23, 1947 · Page 2
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 2

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Wednesday, April 23, 1947
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Local Group Plans To 'Clear' Drives Chamber of Commerce Fears Harm to Community Chest Fearful ,that the number of campaigns for the solicitation of funds m Hagerstown will prove "harmful" to the annual Community Chest Drive, the Hagerstown Chamber of Commerce Tuesday announced plans for the organization of a committee to "clear" such 'campaigns. The chamber office said the an- .nual Red Cross Drive and the Cancer Drive would not be subject to scrutiny by the group and that both campaigns have full approval of the chamber organization. Without naming any specific recent drive for funds conducted in Hagerstown, the chamber pointed out that in recent months a number of organizations have solicited funds in the city, and that complaints ,being made to the Community Chest indicate- that many individuals disapprove such solicitation campaigns. At the meeting of the executive board of the chamber Monday a chairman was named to appoint committee members from manufacturing, retailing- and -business groups. • It was reported that' within the last few days the Community Chest has received appeals for aid from the Philippine War Relief organization and the .Child Welfare League of 'America. In addition, the China Relief organization has asked the Community Chest to approve a drive for funds here by that organization. It was pointed out that the Community Chest organization is composed, with the exception of the Red Cross and American Cancer Committee, of all local aid and welfare organizations requiring contributions from the public and which formerly, conducted individual drives. .The chamber office stated that i£ drives for funds by outside organizations continue at the rate they have in the past year "it will create an unhealthy condition for the Community chest" which the public has_come to recognize as the organization where one annual contribution represents the individual'* contribution to all organizations. The members of the committee which will clear the'requests for funds from organizations outside the city will remain anonymous.- Duplicating W1NN OFFICE SERVICE 113 W.Washington St. Ph. 2600 the 1947 Post War Mode! SPINET PIANOS SHOCKEY'S Phone 1203 ' Start Right With HOWARD'S BABY CHICKS Blood "Tested 5-7 E Baltimore St. pi u Excellent Delivery Service "Let Us Serve You At A Saving" Hagerstown Loan & Thrift Corp. 138 W. Washington St. Ph. 1976 VISIT SEARS for your Farm and Poultry Supplies Sear* Roebuck & Co. 8 Xortb Potomac St. Phone 2325 ACROSS 1. Regretted 5. Froths 10. Garret 12. Rustic 13. A fruit 14. Antelop* (So.Afr.) 15. Chinese 9 silken fabric 16. Forbid ' 18. Viper 19. Gasps for breath 21. Affront 24. Carried on the body 28. Solicit' 29. Type of automobile 30. Female sheep 31. Narrow roadways 32. Artist's stand 34. Self 37. Snow shoe 38. Arch '• 41. Utmost . extent 43. Narrow ravine 45. Slender • stalk 46. Greets 47. Compound (Chem.) 48. Measures of length DOWN ' 1. Butts 2. Western state 3. Spirit lamp 4. Excavate 5. Face toward 6. Belonging; to us 7. Melody" 8. Queen of the fairies (poss.) 9. Slide 11. A deep blue pigment 17. Insect : 19. Pocketbook 20. Expand 21. Frozen •water 22. At this moment 23. Prosecute judicially 25. Poem 26. Beam 27. Half ems 29. Vehicle' with . runners 31. Question 33. Flower 34. Otherwise 35. Disembowels fish 36. Leave out 38. Kind of cheese (Fr.) UUl-J UUU UHBQ BUBS QdUU QOQQ WBE aaa auaaaa aa ra nan QBUQ QHQII aaaa aaaE QQQ EEB Yeiterdty'f Antwer 39. Eye 40. Compass point 42. Anger 44. Simpleton 4T ft" 10 14 United States Returns Nazi-Hoarded \Art-Objects And Silver To Hungary BOOKS Children's ana Adults RONEY'S 25 N. Potomac St. Phone 1093 m FOR RENT j PAINT 1 SPRAYER I HOWARD'S ! Paint Store 1 23 E. Washington St. | 5 Phone 1149 | snminiiimnmiiiiii^ —— Thurs. & Fri. Only 25 PAIR SHOE REPAIR DEPT J. J. Newberry Co. 5r10-25c Store 75 W. Washington St. Frankfurt. Germany, April 22 >).—The United States shipped $25,000,000 worth of Nazi-hoarded Hungarian silver and art objects back to- Budapest today in a new gesture of friendship. One hundred and twenty-tons of silver—needed by Hungary to keep her economy on a sound basis— and 370 priceless pieces were returned to the former enemy 'country under an agreement between the TJ. S. State department and a Hungarian economic mission. The precious cargo was__enroute to Hungary's capital city aboard a heavily armed U. S. Army train which reached Vienna this morning after passing in almost total military secrecy across Germany and Austria. scheduled to reach Budapest tonight o. tomorrow. Lt. Gen. Clarence R. Huebner, U. S. Army chief of staff in Europe, said in Frankfurt as hundreds of 66-pound silver ingots were sent on their way aboard the 14-car express: "This will show other peoples that the United States is honest If we have something belonging to other people we return it." The silver is the property of the Hungarian National Bank. Valued «Sy._ Array appraisers at $4,000,00u, it is the last of the monetary assets of Hungary removed from Budapest vaults as the Germans fell back in southeastern Europe before' Russia's advancing armies. The cultural objects—priceless paintings, jewelry and porcelain- are valued by Hungarian experts at 521,000,000. ' Placing greater political value on the silver, diplomatic quarters in Germany said the bullion would help keep Hungary's economy on the stable basis established last HowDr.Edwards' Helps Folks Who Are Constipated Porover40years, Dr.F. M.Edwards, a noted Ohio Doctor, successfully relieved patients bothered by constipation and its headaches, lack of pep, dull eyes, sallow skin, with his famous Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. Olive Tablets are -'purely vegeiable. They work gently but oh—so thoroughly! Olive Tablets pep up sluggish biie flow. They act on BOTH upper and lower bowels. Just see if Olive Tablets don't give YOU the most comfortable, satisfactory, more natural-like bowel movements you've ever had! No griping or weakening effects. ; Buy Olive Tablets today. Follow label directions. 15£, 30. year after the'wildest 1 inflation, in modern history. This inflation ended when, the United States returned ISo.OOO.OOl worth of gold to Budapest Army officers said plans to re turn the silver cargo were initiated before the "Truman doctrine" o aiding Balkan lands toward dem ocracy was enunciated, but the> said they hoped the gesture would give the new policy a boost The 'silver was" recovered hj the U. S. 9th Army in a Magde burg vault in January, 1945. Im pounded, by American authorities immediately, it since has been held in the guarded Frankfur Reichsbank. Prunes are the ideal fruit for upside-down cake. -—— •—— Fountain Service Cauffman's Cut Rate 30 E. Washington St Patent Medicine* Sundries Cosmetici-— Magaztnei - $7.50 to $11.95 Loafer and "Porto-Pedic" Styles John D. Myers & Co. The Men's Store of Hagerstown The House of Blue White Diamonds Rogers Jewelry Co. 66 West Washington St. Stetson and Lee HATS MUSEY & EVANS ALUMINUM 'COMBINATION STORM WINDOWS and SCREENS Awnings Venetian Blinds Prompt Delivery THOMAS & SONS, Inc. Boonsboro, Md. Phone 22-F-4 . Keedysvllle See HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CHOO \ IS 11 6 SE A MONTHLY PAYMENTPIAN Ri *5« S5.02 9.23 ndherc IIM 58.38 10,05 1S.46 tb*c«J $JM S24.6S 29.70 54m tyou ne $500 •S37.ll 45.65 88.48 ed jiooo S73.15 89.98 1T4..79 . Need extra cash for bills; taxes, emergencies? Borrow $20 to S1000 at Household Finance 1 Corporation—on note, car or furniture. No endorsers are needed. Take 12,15 or more months to repay, depending on the pur- -pose of your loan. Phone or come in today. Tune m "THE WHISTLER" America's Top Mystery Show CBS- Wednesday Ni R hi 10 Public Square,' 2nd Floor, Above L 4 B Hat Shop PHONE: Hageutown 4170 Loans made to residents of nearby towns HOUSEHOLD FINANCE "ayments atforr. include costs. P/ the loan if tr- paid on xktdvh. Charges on ho>ts /rdor< $300 art made under ih.c Industrial finance Law. SJTft F 01 on a " tehees above S100 to 5300 arc less than the full rate permitted by The Morning Herald, Hagerstown. Md. THRPK wed>i*ii,iiif A,,,M o? , n ,, ' i rm£& Announcing The Si. RE-OPENING Tomorrow - Thursday, April 24th OF THE REMODELED MODERNIZED DUTCH KITCHEN 12 East Washington St. SERVING ONLY THE CHOICEST STEAKS AND FRESH SEAFOOD Sunday Dinners Served 12 Noon TiH 9 P. M. JAMES KOLIOPULQS • ' .. ' . . "Your Genial Host" Meet your friends at Jim's and dine in a friendly, comfortable atmosphere. . Our fine old rooms have been completely remodeled and redecorated for your comfort and a new cocktail lounge added. Come on down to Jim's where good food and drink abound. * * * *' , "" The Following Concerns Aided In Our Remodeling W,R.Oyer .Waynesboro, Penna. Contractor and Builder Phone 847-R Interior Designers Maryland Plumbing and Heating by Marshall's PLUMBING and HEATING 51 E. Franklin St. Phone 3143 Best Wishes For Continued Success H.A.Weiss & Son Restaurant — Hotel Equipment and Supplies Hagerstown, Md. Painting Contractor 20 Avalon Ave. Phone 1647-M George Friese/ foreman Engineers -- Contractors -- Supplies Motors » Rewinding » Appliances Hagerstown, Md. Phone 3719 Greencastle, Pa. Phone 22 Warren & Conrad Greencastle, Pa. Phone 76-J Armstrong Asphalt Tile Floor Covering Modern Home Furnishings Moiler Music Store 41 South Potomac St.

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