The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 28, 1947 · Page 7
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Monday, April 28, 1947
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TWELVE Tht Morning Herald, Hagerstowh, Md. MwndiiTY April 2S, 1»4T. Grocers To Gather Here May 4 And 5 Annual Convention Will Be Held At Hotel Alexander Several hundred grocers and their wives from all over Maryland will gather here Sunday and Mon- dajv May 4 and 5, for the annual convention of the Independent Re- tair Grocers Association of Maryland at Hotel Alexander. The Triangle Grocers Association, with headquarters here, will serve as Registration for the convention begins on Sunday morning at 9 o'clock followed by a luncheon from 11 to 1 o'clock. The convention proper will get under way at 2 o'clock. Ladies attending are invited to go on a tour of the Crys. tal Caverns near Boonsboro, leaving here at 2 o'clock, courtesy of the Manbeck Bread Co. This tour will be in charge of the following committee: Mrs. Frank Detrich, chairman; Mrs, L. W; Seal, Mrs. R.M. Phillips, Mrs. L. E. Roelke, Mrs. C. R. Troxell, Mrs. Guy C. Musey and Mrs. Abe Martin. ..The convention will open with call to. order by Roy B. Moweu, Hagerstowa, president of the Triangle Association, and address of welcome by Mayor R i c h a r d Sweeney, with response. by John H. Bloecher, Baltimore, vice-president of the state organization. George F. Garlitz, Cumberland, state president, will be introduced. Appointment of convention committees will follow. ' To Have Open Forum ' ,0ne of the features of the convention will be held Sunday afternoon with an open 1 forum on "Pertinent Grocery Topics." Subjects will include: "Maintaining Business by a Competitive Pricing Poll- c y»"_ "Store Remodeling," with L. W: - Seal} "Hagerstowh, " taking "part and "Keeping an Association Alive." . Reports will, be made by various state officers. The- annual banquet will be . served- iu Franklin Court Auditorium at 7 o'clock. President Mowen w'iir welcome delegates and State President Garlitz will -be the toast master: Harry W. Walker, state secretary-manager, "will install the new officers. Roy G. Howells wil be the guest speaker. There wil. be dancing to music furnished by Zel Smith and his orchestra. ".The convention will re-open on 'Monday ,-morning at 10 o'clock a the hotel following a breakfast a_ 9. 'There . will be, a meat cutting demonstrattion Bunder- direction- o Norman .Wilson. Reports of var ous committees will be concluded and.;j. L G. Jackson, of the Corn Products Sales Co., ^will talk on "The ' Grocer as a Citizen." Th new board of, directors will mee and .organize. > ' - SURPRISE PARTY 'A surprise party was given on - "Wednesday evening at the » Com rhunity Hall at Beaver Creek hon or. ing the birthday v 'of Joyce En minger. • ' - • : • • ast Funeral Home, Boonsboro, vhere brief services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, DLS) and further services at the Jhurck of God, Boonsboro with the Rev. V. W. Miles.assisted by the evv W. F. Morris officiating. In- erment in Boonsboro cemetery. DR. R. M. KILL, Chiropractor, 240 Mealey Pky., rear-Senior High School Loop & Pot St busses ----., - .-" . Adr RUMMAGE SALE Tues., Apr. 29—Market House Benf. Trinity Luth. Cr. Roll. Adv WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELR -REPAIRING., Modem .Methods SAUM'S. 21 Jonathan St.- 4o RUMMAGE SALE. TUESDAY. Apr. 29. Starts 6 a.m. In Marke House Basement By Builders Clas of Zion Reformed Church. Ad WHITE GASOLINE Ernie's Service Station 275 Frederick St ' Adi NO CHANGE IN PRICE For 19 years our price has remain ed the same, 50c; gut your 194 AUTO TAGS NOW THROUGH DEIiPHEY'S v DAILY LICENS SERVICE. No trouble, no worry, . delay. 31 E. Franklin St Phone 5 Adr Meetings Of Clubs DEATHS Mrs. Mary E, Moser Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Moser, widow of Samuel E. Moser, died at .lie home of her sou, Grover E. Moser, Kemp's Mill on Sunday morning at 2:40 o'clock of complications after an illness of ten days, aged 80 years. . She was the daughter of (he late imon P. and Emmaline (Koogle) bummers, and was born ne^ar 3oonsboro. She. was a member 'of he Church of God, Wllliamsport. Surviving are: Daughters, Mrs. J. larl Thomas, Mrs. Eugene B. Vyand, near Boonsboro; sons, Edgar T., Boonsboro and Grover E., xemp's Mill; sister, Mrs. Emma Duckering, Montana; Mrs. John P. "look, near Myersville; Mrs. Dolly <L Wolfe, near Boonsboro; also 14 Tandchildren and 10 great grand- hildren. . The body was removed to' the Mrs. Sarah M. Busick Mrs. Sarah Margaret Busick, vidow of William W. Busick, died t the home of her daughter, Mrs. . S. Crockett, 1098 Virginia ave- lue, Sunday afternoon at 2:30 of ompHcations after an illness of wo months, aged SI; • Born and .reared in Cripple Ireek, Va.,. she was the daughter of Absolom and Lucinda (Davis) Hines. She had been a resident of this city for 10 years. A member of the Crockett Chapel Methodist church,, Cripple Creek, she was the last of her family. Two. daughters,'Mrs. J..S. Crockett and Mrs. J. 'B. Brown, this city, and a son, -Ernest Busick, ripple .Creeki;survive also 9 grandchildren and 2 great grand children. The body was removed to % the A. K. Cofftnan funeral home and will be taken to Crocketville, Va., where funeral services will be held ' Tuesday afternoon "at 2 o'clock; interment in Lutheran cemetery at Cripple Creek. Many Homemakers Groups Schedule Gatherings This Week A garden school, chair reseating, and food preparation demonstrations are scheduled for the Homemakers' clubs this week, Miss Ardath Martin, county home demonstration agent, said yester- that all meetings on daylight saving of meetings be- day, warning are scheduled time. The schedule gius this evening at 7:30, when the Chewsville community 4-H club meets at the home of Mary Frances Recher. Other gatherings this week include: Tomorrow, S p. m.. certificates will be presented to 4-H club members as project awards at the Keedysville PTA meeting. Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., Rohrersville Homemakers' club will hold an all-day meeting on reseating chairs; S p. m., Smithsburg boys' 4-H club and Leitersburg girls' 4-H club will meet together at the county extension office. Thursday, 2 p. m,, Huyetts Homemakers' club will meet at the home of Mrs: Prank S. Reid with Mrs. Howard Sword and Mrs. Walter Cunningham as assistant hostesses. . ..•''.; • Friday. 9:30 a. m., Downsville Homernakers' club will hold an all- day meeting on reseating chairs at the home of Mrs. Earl Long; 10- a. m., Greensburg school 4-H club meets at the school; 1 p. m Leitersburg school 4-H club meets, at the school; 1:30 p. m., Homemakers' chorus rehearsal -will be held in the county demonstration office; 7 p. m., St.-James 4-H club meets in the Sunday school room for a "hobo" party. By MAX HARRELSON Lake Success, N. Y., April 27 ff) — The three parties most di- ectly concerned in the Palestine luestions—Arabs, Jews and • British—have mustered some of their uost able men to map their strat- gy and champion their widely ivergent viewpoints in the spec- al" session of the United Nations Lssembly which begins tomorrow. Britain is represented by one of er most seasoned diplomats, Sir Jexander Cadogan, who now erves his country as Permanent Delegate to the Security Council fter 40 years' experience in the iplomatic service. He is aided by Ivor Thomas, 'arliamentary Undersecretary of tate for Colonies, J. M. Martin, issistant Undersecretary, and a taff of Britain's top Palestine xperts. The five Arab states are repre- ented as follows: Egypt—Mahmoud Hassan Pasha, mbassador to Washington and for- ner member of the Security ouncil; Iraq—Dr. Fadhil Jamaly, Foreign Mrs. A. F.-Randoph Relatives here have been in- formed''of the "death of Mrs. A. F. Randolph,- a native of Clearspring. The former -Marie Powers, she was the daughter Elizabeth (Cooke) of John Powers. and Among the survivors ate a sister, Estelle Powers, Clearspring; and a. brother, Harry- L. Powers,* Sr., Hancock. Funeral and interment we're held in Canton, 111.', where the family has lived for the last 45 years. Hatchery Enters Chicken Contest Fiery's Hatchery^ at Smithsburg has entered a brood of chicks in the.national "chicken of tomorrow" contest for 1947: - ' • "Each breeder,who enters the contest" rears a: flock of chicks hatched on March 25,'and on June 19 will enter 15. birds in the state contest. These--will be dressed and judged for the state.contest,] then the winners will be frozen and shipped to this.': southeastern regional show in Atlanta, Ga. ' Four Patients Flee From Army Hospital One Psycoparhic Patient • Arrested Following Escape San Francisco, April 27 (/p) — A man identified tentatively as'one of four psychopathic patients -who escaped early today from the Let- term'an. Army Hospital here was captured this afternoon at Sacramento, nearly 100 miles northeast of San Francisco, police reported. Sacramento police officers said the. man identified himself as Joe SaHndrqn; ; 24, of..Hawaii, and told them he_ had _escaped' from Letter- EDITOR DIES Baltimore, April 27 (&)— Albert W. Perkins, 73, Real Estate editor 'and former, copy chief of the Baltimore News-Post, died this afternoon, at Union Memorial hospital after suffering.a heart attack. COMMUNISTS REJECTED Tokyo, April 27 (#>}—General IMacArthur issued a formal state; iment late today, declaring that the" Japanese national elections showed the people "have firmly and decisively rejected" communist leadership. , . Charley Startzman'lays: i ' WINE NOW 55c FIFTH PORT — MUSCATEL — SHERRY CORNER LIQUOR SHOPPE- 'Cor. Church & Prospect Sts. Adv. Announcing The ,0pening on Tuesday, April 29 .KNOTTY PINE INN ..i (formerly The Wagon Wheel) Washington Street Ext., on U. S. Route 40. 5 P. M, Curb Service.' Under New Management .escapees at the hospital gate, making his -way /to Sacramento by hitching rides. ..; He ' np as^ apprehended by State Highway Patrolman Emerson Reec afjter a taxicab driver had reportec he. had been menaced by a man •wielding a razor. Salindron , riding in a second cab when Reec made the one end; ot the Sacramento Bridge. .. Police_ saitiVSalindron was wear ing" an 'Army'.shirt/stripped of ser geant's stripes and blue trousers. They said he violently resisted arrest, and twice had tried to tati his;Iife, once by slashing his wrist apid.vla.tef .by choking .himself vith his shirt •'• . He was held on a kidnaping charge —.for forcing > taxical driver to drive him. threatening him with a razor, were,- en route to Military -Police Sacramento to night to .take him into'custody; ' • As darkness 'fell' there was nc trace of the other three escapee nor the Medical Corpsmen the> "appareiitly_ took as hostage. V . The four made their escape ahou 2 a., m. -after overpowering fou : Med.ical Corpsmen and seizing key to .double-locked doors. ANNEXATION PLANNED Martinsburg, W. Va., April 27 —City Council called a public hear ing lor May 9 on a proposal fo annexation of the noncorporate suburb of Rosemont. which woul .add about 600 persons to the city' population-.. Arab, Jewish And British Experts Map Strategy Of Special UN Meet Minister. Saudi Arabia—-Prince Faisal Al Saud, heir to the Saudi Arabian crown 'and head of his country's delegation to the Assembly in 1946. Syria—Faris El Khoury, elder statesman, delegate to the Security Council and president of the Syrian Parliament. Lebanon — Dr. Charles Malik, Ambassador to Washington, former member of the Economic and Social Council and a member of the Lebanese delegation to the last General Assembly: The Jewish Agency for Palestine, official voice of Palestine Jews, is presented by the American section of the Jewish Agency executive. The delegation includes Dr. Ma- hum Goldman, delegate from London, and the following Americans: Chairman/Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, Dr. Emanuel Neumann, Mrs. Rose Halpern, Rabbi Wolf Gold, Haim Greenberg, editor of the Jewish Frontier, New York; and Moshe Shertok, head of the executive's political department. Cancer Drive Aided By Motion Pictures : ree Showings Scheduled At Drive Headquarters Here Free motion ^pictures, illustrat- ng facts about' cancer, will be shown daily in the local American ancer Society headquarters at 14 West Washington street, in furtherance of the drive here. Campaign headquarters said that he movies will'begin each afternoon around 4:30, continuing thereafter through the evening. The public is cordially invited to view hem. The pictures to be shown demonstrate the manner in which cancer cells can multiply and spread hrough the body. They stress the necessity for checking cancer before its development goes too far, and show how the individual should •vatch his body, for, signs of the dread disease. Meanwhile, the public' was reminded again that a donation of 510 to the drive gives the donor a chance at priority on the purchase of a new automobile. Three individuals who make $10 donations will be awarded the opportunity to purchase immediately a brand-new automobile, without the customary long wait imposed by the lengthy line of applicants on dealers' lists. Local Teacher Is Pete Jvepler, sometimes called the "Angling. professor," ' did not forget opening of; the trout season this spring and recently landed a nice two-pounder in Beaver Creek. It measured IS inches in. length. Kepler did his fishing .both before. • and after ; school. He -has also caught several other smaller fish this season, getting.his limil on the opening day. Several years ago Kepler landed a 3V£-pbunder in Semple's Run.--He .is a teacher at the Washington Street Junior High School. ' '.' Charley Startrman says: '• WINE NOW 55c FIFTH PORT —-MUSCATEL — SHERR\ CORNER LIQUOR SHOPPE Cor. Church & Prospect St.\Adr PAGEANT TICKETS for Apple Blossom Festival Parade on sale - George Washington Hotel Winchester, Va. Pageant reserve< seats $1.50;'..Chair : seats $1.25 (un reserved). Parade $1.00, tax in eluded on above. Mail orders ac cepted. Include 15 cents for post age and registering. Adv Charley Startzman says: WINE NOW' 55c FIFTH PORT -^ KUS.CATEL — SHERR\ CORNER LIQUOR SHOPPE Cor. Church & Prospect Sts. Adv Cor. Church <fc Prospect.Sts. Adv If It Is SHOCKS You Need — we have them ! .* Also GRILLS for most any car. Farm & Forest Products Go, v Inc. 905 Maryland Ave. — Phone -1336 . ATTENTION! \NORRISCOALCOMPANY Offers' the highest cttiality deep mined Anthracite and Bituminous -.Coa.y at the lowest, prices. Ruy yo»r next winter's coal now and ! 75c to SI.00 per ton. The very best clinkerlng type stoker coal.-guaranteed clean screenefl and treated $5,00 per ton Xut and stove size for hand firing- sK)v&s and furnaces. Washed, screened and treated .............. ..... $9.7S per ton Best, grade screened mine run. 3Q% lump ..... r ,.. ?P.OO per ton Regular,rtin of mine. 6<K/r lunip ...* $7.50 per ton HARD COAT, 100% Lykens Valley Red Ash. guara.nteed clean, nut Stove and Egg sixe .... S14.SO per ton Pea ...... $13 per ton Brlcketts (pressed coal) .. $13.50 per ton Also 100<& \VMt» Ash high fusing coal for hard coal stokers: Buckwheat Size 511.00 per ton Rice .... ?9.50 per ton Barley $ $.50 per ton VTe deliver one ton to any amount. We'give prompt and careful delivery service. N*p extra charge for out of town deliveries. CALL OR SEE ROBERT R. NORRIS 147,E. FRANKLIN ST.> ' . PHONE 1582 ATTENTION EAGLES! Nomination of Oificers Wednesday, April 30tlv~ 8 R M. ' Election ..:; May 7th - 8 P. M. May : 30th Deadline for Eagle Magazine Subscribe Now Secretaiy CUMBERLAND DESIGNING INC. '•': VALLEY • .• " - V • : AND MANUFACTURING SERVICE Manufacurers of ..... ."THE SPORTSMEN'S BAR" , Has wood and machine shop facilities open for small or large jobs. . ' Do you need Inside Trim, Kitchen Cabinets or Set of Shelves? Come In and Let Us Give You An Estimate. . SHOP: 34 Braxton Alley (Rear of 140 N. Prospect St.) OFFICE: 206 W. Washington St • 'PHONE 3199-M - - -, - OPEN EVENINGS BURLESON MOTORS "Your Lincoln Mercury Dealer" Takes Pleasure in Announcing A 'New Service. Manager MR. H. A. HENKEL Back to serve his many friends .and customers in their new and completely modern SERVICE DEPARTMENT 125 East Baltimore Street :. - Phone 4636 Baby Sitter Defended In Frederick County Frederick, Md./ April '27 (£>) —Magistrate Sherman P. Bowers has upheld the right of a baby titter to defend her employer's flower bed from small boys who hit long home runs. Bowers exonerated Ettie Bowers of assault and battery charge brought by John M. Poland on behalf of his-12-year- old son, who, said he crawled through' a fence to retrieve a baseball from the neighbors' garden;. ' . The boy claimed 'that 'Miss Bowers choked him, scratched him and went after him with a mop. Testimony did not reveal whether he got his baseball back. . Dentists Of State To Hold Meeting Most of the dentists who main- am offices in Hagerstown will at- end. the., three-day meeting of the Maryland".State-Dental Association, which begins -this morning at the Sheraton-Belvedere Hotel in .Baltimore. First meeting of its kind since World War Two, the gathering will feature talks'by leading dental authorities on problems in the field A dinner wilt be held this even- ng, with the annual business meeting schedule^ for tomorrow" afternoon. EnlomplogLf Sees Damage To Peaches Curculio, Stink Bugs, and Tarnish Plant Bugs Are Found Peach curculio, stink bugs, and tarnish plant bugs in large numbers are damaging trees in peach orchards in the western part of Washington county, Dr. Castillo Graham, field . entomologist, discovered in a survey last week. Dr. Graham, said that the cur- culio were feeding on the tender foliage and petals of the peach, and that the stink bugs and tarnish plant bugs, sucking type of insects, were already piercing the «mall peach. "Catfacing" of peaches is caused by the latter two types of insect. The entomologist recommended that petal fall spray, containing either lead arsenate or benzene hexachloride, be applied at once. He suggested that growers who use benzene hexachloride should determine from their dealer whether or not it is compatible with sill- fur before using it in combination with sulfur. Benzene hexach- loride is reported to be effective in controlling all three of these insects, while lead arsenate is effective only against curculio. Dr. Graham further recommended that apple growers who have noticed injury to apples from cur- culio should add three pounds of lead arsenate and three pounds of lime to their pre-blossom spray. Serious scab infection is expected to follow the rain that fell late last week. All apple growers have been urged to protect their apple foliage from scab by keeping susceptible varieties covered, with a sulfur fungicide until the center blossoms are.openA Townsend Chairs Bring High Price Six matched walnut "dining room chairs with leather seats, from the Gapland "home of George Alfred Townsend, sold for $40 each on Thursday,-at a public auction in Burkittsville. . ; A lady's desk, also from Gapland, .brought §90. Several Townsend books were -also sold. The auction disposed of the personal effects of Michael J. and Bertha M. -"Wiener, brother and sister .who died last winter. ..The former~ Townsend- property- was believed to be a gift from "Gath", : the eccentic author, to Miss Wiener's father. ACTRESS IN HOLLAND Rotterdam,' Holland, April:27 ( -Film star Rita Hay worth arrived today on the liner -Veendam and visited Dutch tulip fields. Miss Hay worth is on -what she describes as -a "mercy trip" to Europe, and tomorrow will go to the convales- ence home for troops and underground workers,at Haarlem. MONEY STOLEN . C. D. Mills, 600 block of North Prospect street, reported to police that ?18Q .in cash was taken from the glove compartment of his car while it was parked in Blooms Alley early Sunday morning. DeMOLAY MEETS The Hage.rstown' Chapter, Order of DeMolay, will hold a regular meeting tomorrow evening in the Masonic Temple. Charley Startzman says: WINE NOW 5 5c FIFTH • PORT — MUSCATEL — SHERRY " CORNER LIQUOR SHOPPE Cor. Church & Prospect Sts. Adv. MECHANICS WANTED To work in modern, completely ^quipped Automobile Repair SHop. BURLESON MOTORS . 125 E. Baltimore St. - Phone 4636 RITZ CLEANERS A Well Rounded Quality Cleaning Service Special Hand Cleaning Process on , Rugs — the finest Orientals — and Upholstery. HARDWOOD FLOORS CLEANED ALL WORK FULLY .GUARANTEED- , ESTIMATES FREE- < ' ' ' We Pick Up and Deliver Garments in Bags , DAWSON J..HORINE, Mgr. ."A. Finer Service That Costs No More" Hagerstovn'1624-M- ' . Myersville 2621 NEW ROYAL TYPEWRITERS Standard Size ...! ; NOW AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY •-Royal Typewriter Agency ,9 Summit Avenue Phone 179 MAYFLOWER GAB • CITY LIMITS 30c&40c Special Rates on all out-of town trips ! 616 2 Lighted Floor Show Gases I Wall Display Case- PRICE REASONABLE Phone 3520-J part or the "Christian Com- aaudo" campaign, an interdeno- mination movement to preach the gospel where it is seldom heard. From the look that came o\'er he faces of the regulars in the bunch of grapes—a big, brassy tav- rn ' in suburban brixton—you vould have thought that a troop cavalry had burst in. Look—I'm seeing things," one •ed-nosed type gasped. "No, you're not, brother/ 1 a •lergymen responded. "It's often been said that we don't have 'enough contact with the people. Well, we're trying to remedy that now. We're not here to preach—".' He talked for about three minutes on the Christian way of life and then two other ministers said a word. Everybody listened, even he barmaids. 'Well, that's the lot," announced OLD TRUCK DISPLAYED The old motorized fire truck of he Junior Fire Co. was driven to vensington, Md., yesterday by Driver George Basore, accompanied by several other members of the company. The truck was on display there in connection with a dedication of the fire hall. The unior's truck is the oldest piece of motorized fire equipment in the state which is still in'service. It will shortly bs turned over to the State Firemen's Association to be placed in a museum at College Park, .Aid. t A British Clergymen Visit Ginmills, ' Prisons, Night Clubs, Movie Houses By"ED CREAGH London, April 27 6/P)—Four 'lergymen want out today on' a our of, gmmills—as well as prisons, movie houses and night clubs the first parser-. "We 'don't want to break up the party but—are .there any Questions?" * . "Us," said an elderly pipe-smoking customer. "What are you lads having?" • - - • • Everybody laughed. "I'd like'a good glass of lemonade" ' the clergymen said briskly. The three others said they'd have lemonade too. ' • , There wasnt such a kindly're- ception in the horse and hounds around the corner. ~ '. - "Let's -see your hands" a inan shouted. One of the clergymen held- out both hands. . ••, ( "Soft," the .skeptic snorted Fat lot of work you've every ^d one Why don't they send working men around to talk to us" "There are different ways of working, friend," the minister said 'You wouldn't expect a doctor's hands to be all calloused, would you? I doubt if Jesus' hands were hard for many months after he gave up carpentry for the ministry." Weather In Detail Maryland, Virginia: Mostly sunny and cooler Monday, Tuesday increasing cloudiness and warmer. Western Pensylvania: Mostly sunny but continued^ cool Monday. Tuesday • considerably cloudiness and warmer:" West Virginia: Sunny and cooler Monday, Tuesday mostly cloudy and: warmer. General Electric PORTABLE. RADIOS Renews Its Power Over and Over ' ADMIRAL PORTABLE RADIOS Big-Set Tone — Big-Set Power and Selectivity ~ Enjoy your picnics — vacations — outings with with one of these Fine Portable Radios. FLEIGH MOTOR CO. 672 OAK HILL AVE. PHONE 2300- - Coal - Builders Supplies -' Fuel Oil Face Brick,' Plaster, Sand, Cement, -Mortar Cement, Terra Cotfa Pipe, Drain Tile,.Steel Basement Sash, Fireplace Dampers,-Flue Liners, Wall Ties, Metal Lath, Cornerrite, White Finish Lime, ( Mason's Lime, White Wash Lime. EVERYTHING -FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION . . OR REMODELING STEFFEY & FINDLAY, Inc. -Established 1873 — Incorporated 1912 Phone 1600 ' " Yard: 332 W. Church St. LICENSE PLATE HOLDERS 69c' All This Week Free to every child accompanying parents to purchase gasoline -. ' " - - -. i STICK' OF BUBBLE' GUM •*'-'' ^-Moore's Sunoco Service Station , Corner Willow Lane & Frederick'St. .. - The ALHAMBRA 20 South Potomac Street •. • BIG lc WINE SALE = PORT - SHERRY - MUSCATEL Buy 1 Fifth for 5Qc Get 2nd Fifth for '...'. l TOTAL ...: 51 SPECIAL SPRING SALE • for Summer Driving GENUINE FORD BATTERIES $13.95 BURLESON MOTORS , "Your Lincoln —Mercury Dealer" 125 E. 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