The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 29, 1966 · Page 14
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A-S THE NEWS. Frederick, Maryland Thursday. September 29. lawes Tells Rotary Club Of His Administration's Mark ley D. Housewrfght, Rotary pr«- sidont. Inc audience included mem- ! bcrs of civic and service clubs land officials of local government. j l n addition many of the members wives were present. In his eighth annual and fi- ual speech to the Rotary Club Wednesday, Gov. J. Millard Tawes reviewed the accomplishments of his administration and noted with pride his "legacy to the people of Maryland for better government.'' The 72 year-old governor told club members that "as znuch as anything else I should like to be remembered for the part my administration played in initiating reforms for state government." He was referring to the two *'blue-ribbon commissions" he has appointed to draft a new constitution and "to streamline and modernize the administrative machinery of state government." Tawes also pointed out "the advancement we have made in public education" whfch may be "our greatest single achievement." In this field in particular he called "the establishment of the *tri-partite' system" the most significant development. This includes the University of Maryland, the state colleges and com- i munity colleges. | Tawes also reviewed (he out- icome of expenditures of roads, 'public health and economic dc- kelopment, A Tawes-initiatcd Department of Economic Dcvelop- iment has since attracted :7 | new plant openings and 11,000 I workers to the state. | Tawes thanked Rotarians for ! their "courtpsv and kindness. . . (today and in the past." j Many stale and local officials ; were present to hear the Gover: nor. Seated at the head table jwere Charier, Me. Mathias. 6th | district congressman, Louis L. | Goldstein, state comptroller, IMcrhl Wachter. state senator. ! Cliiton Virts, member of the I House of Delegates, .John A. Derr, mayor, A. Irvin Renn, president of the Board of County Commissioners, W. Jerome Offutt. Chamber of Commerce president, James Grove, member ! Maryland Port Authority, Andrew Hewbeck, secretary of the Board of Public Works and Hi- Old Way Changing In Chile STRAPS FOR GIRLS '3.39-'4.49 s Red, Black, Tan t £U viovn/ i an ^- 1^1^^.^ HSZ 16 North Market St., Frederick By Joseph Benhant SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -Chile, a stringbean country once noted mostly for fine wines and earthquakes, is changing. From Punta Arenas to Arica, old habits are giving way under pressure from President Eduardo Frci and his Christian Democrat party. A ban on beef sales Monday through Thursday, abolition of the three-hour lunch break and changes in office hours started Chileans eating new foods at new hours. The shortened lunch hour and a ban on liquor sales 4-7 p.m. have cut into drinking time in a land where the "cocktail" is a national pastime. Movies must end by midnight. Television stations leave the air at 11:15 p.m. to encourage Chileans to turn in early. Crackdowns on smuggling have made luxury goods almost ] unavailable. j With tax evasion cut, middle i and upper class Chileans have ! less money to buy goods that do 1 get through. Credit has been tightened and price controls stiffened after years of price-wage spirals. Frei's "revolution in freedom" has brought adoration from many of his countrymen, hatred and derision from others. "Frei is the hope of Latin America against Castro com* BILLS PRESSING? Why suffer the harassment and problems of trying to satisfy all of your creditors every month, year after year? ff YOU owki PAY AS LOW ASl $1,000 ..,, ». $15 per week $2,000 .. W ..,. WIWJ ,,,,... $25 per week $3,000 ..T,^ M ,.~ $35 per week NO CO-SIGNERS or SECURITY! 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Paul Magaha and S. Madelyn Himes, both of Frederick. Property Deeded Clyde H. Culler and wife to H. Robert Baer and wife, county. Ernest R. Lillard and wife to Kenneth R. Jordan and wife, county. Ralph B. Zimmerman and wife to Kenneth D. Poole, et al, county- Helen M. Wilbourn to Bobby A. Bridge and wife, city. Mary Wilson Schrieber to Elizabeth E. Schneider, county. Frederick Developers Inc. to Robert N. Staley and wife, county. Robert I. Corekin and wife to George Turitz and wife, county. Alden E. Fisher and wife to John M. Bucheimer Jr. and wife, county. Donald T. Anderson and wife to Carroll H. Kehne Jr. and wife, county. Bernard Patrick O'Rourke and wife to Darrell M. Me- Cartner and wife, city. Joseph M. Shepley and wife to Arthur J. Williams, et al, county. Leonard John Minmck and wife to James R. Snoots and wife, county. Theresa V. Kidd to David Yinger, Sr. and wife, county. Frederick Developers Inc. to John T. Croghan, county. Mary C. B. Markee and husband to Helen F. Mock, county. Helen F. Mock to Mary C. Markoe, et al, county. Photo by Nelson Brooks SHE'S IN THE MONEY -- Bonus Bingo winner Mrs. Thelma Jenkins, RFD 2, Frederick, holds tightly on to her $1000 check which Waldo Ricketts, Prospect Plaza Safeway manager gave her. Mrs. Jenkins, employed at Howard Johnson's, is the store's first big winner in the three - week - old Washington metropolitan area contest. She realized she had won Wednesday after picking up her free, bingo number ticket from the store. Now she plans to put the total in the bank. munism," says a young newspaper editor. "Frei is worse than Castro -at least Castro admits that he is a Red while Frei pretends to be anti-Communist," says an older businessman. Most Chileans seem to agree with the editor's appraisal. So does Frei. The president says that only through redistributing Chile's wealth, breaking up its large! landholdings, and other parts of his program can the appeal of communism to the masses be blunted. He has 'been known to fly into a rage at a suggestion that his variety of leftism is similar to communism. | Frei's most controversial pro- j posal, the one that could. produce the greatest changes in Chile's social and economic structure, is the land redistribu- tion bill under study in the senate. The bill would allow expropriation of holdings larger than 200 acres. The issue has divided families and ended friendships. Austria produced 617,000 tons of paper in 1965. Specializing In Good Shoes Properly Fitted! Pedicraft Shoes FOR CHILDREN Boys', Girls' Loafers With Stiff Counters From Size AA To EE Girls' Blue And White Oxfords TlM^-l* tiru^-i-,. c t _ i /TUT i ·«··.·· - . With White Soles (Meet Visitation Academy Requirements) ORTHOPEDIC SHOES FOR PROBLEM FEET OVERNIGHT SERVICE ON SPECIAL ORDERS Davis Shoe Shop 210 North Market St. FROM THIS MOMENT ON.. .IT'S OLDS FOR · the Rocket Action Cars are out front again ! . 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