The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 30, 1948 · Page 9
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June 30, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 9

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U. S. To Spend $40,000,000 At Bethesda Washington. June 29 jr--Fed- e r a 1 Security Administrator Oscar Ewing said today construc- tioa will begin-this summer on the new $40,000,000 clinical center at Bethesda. Ewing said bids will be asked next month and present plans call for the project's completion within three vears. ) The building will house the Xa- j Some Kind Of Attire tional Institute o£ Mental Health and hospital facilities ^or the Iva- | tiocal Cancer*Institute, the new ] Kational Heart Institute and the | new National Institute of Dental' Researcn. \ Funds to start the job were. made available by appropriations J approved by Congress and recent- j ly approved by President Tru- j man. : Ewing said the new building j will "provide an u-".usual com-" fa-nation of hospital and ?abora-, tory facilities within a single structure." He told a news, conference ma- j jor emphasis will'be placed on the! -predominant causes of death and | the most frequent causes of disability in the nati'ii today." , He said there would be no j segregation at the hospital and j patients will be drawn '-OKI all | parts of the country, referred to j the clinic by physicians, hospitals ] and other health agencies on" the ; basis of problems under study at; various times. j To Spend $1,306,000 On Non-Farm Homes Drive Too Fast On New Road Four Inches Of Kaiii At Clear Spring By the Associated Press Thunderstorms late Second Play Opens Tonight Switching from the broad comedy of last week's opening show. "You Can't Take It With You". the Mountain Theatre tonight pre- ..,,.,.. -- ,,.,, . sents a comedy-fantasy in "Heav- ' aminer W. Dana Rudy said Tuesday more thuidershowers^for late to- : en Can Wait" at the Braddock j after conducting hearings in which l^ 3 ^ j Heights playhouse. The show op- speeding on the new highway pre- ; Automobile drivers apparently | K av ^ at can't resist the urge to "open u p ' on the new alternate Route 40 west of this city. State License Ex- yesterday temporary respite that has gripped Maryland for the last week. The Weather Bureau predicted gave- out the welcome · «»t a « » « »»** «* was 'Ihe New*, Frederick, MA.. Weducwlay, June 31, MINI Essie Hoffmaster, Shirley Mycr». Leva Darr. Mary Darr, Josephine Dan. Kathr\a Xauble. Csrnld«?na Henretty. Tilyan Coulter. Nancy Nuice. Connie Tribby, Janice Reynolds. Beverly R e y n o l d s . Nancy Myers. Shirley Knight, Patsy Grim. James Holder. Eugene Kronk. Roger Everhart and Frank- 1m Hoffmaster. Guests of the Bible club were Mr. and Mrs John | club's 150 mark. of the evening. The | is now past the \ ^rU'VTM new TM;r^ n ; on£*st£r~ ° ld Fergu -Sea Can Wait" is ptcbably better! "'« IlI " a -' *«***? »»»«* $WO oere A cloudbursl o^^d in j known bv its movie title: "Here and given a hearing at Hagerstown Washington County. ! Comes Mr. Jordan", a picture' Tuesday, had been clocked riaing The L - s Weather station ! which starred Robert Montgomery * motorcycle at 92 miles an hour. : reported 4 2S : RC hes of rai .and Claude Rains. The Mountain' Two of those cited to appear be-. , heie m l hour and 47 , mnutes . , -- f Theatre production is being dir- "r« Mr. Ruoy here Tuesday were u was m(jst recorded shcre sn the Before World \Va- !I 3r : tain D--O 'ected by James Decker and feat- women recently charged with fail-,.,, Years of the We3ther station's ! duced onlv one-third o'Ys fTM"" lures members of the resident com- . ing to stop for a school bus. Both (ope r ation ! 1 * *' 5 IOQ ~ jpan.v were dismissed with reprimands. | EUewhere in Washington County . i Tyler Carpenter, who played the Suspensions Given ' betv, een or . e and one and a half i role of Mr. Sycamour in the op- | Thirty day suspensions were im- inches fell. i e.-Jing production, this week is pO sed on two of tho^e who appeared Lightning Mruck the radio trans- s.eeu in the art of Mr. Jordan. The _ before the examiner. Cyrus L'p- muter of station WJEJ-FM. Hag- j saxophone-playing prize fighter., to; , Favorite. Thurmont. recently ei*?ow». on Mt Quirauk. The sta- j w h o is prematurely garnered by conv icted'of reckless driving and tion was oft the asr about 4 hours . the heavenly messengers, is played Thomas Edward Lidie. 2QS South More rain fell on the Baltimore ; by Don KolL Adele Fortin. who Carroll street, convicted o! ^peed- area, where all-time records for NAMED SECKEtAftT James C. Biehl. this city, who retired at the close of ths feboot year as principal of the Thurmont High School, has been elected full time secretary of the Fidelity Building and Loan Association, and started upon his duties at th« Association office in the Fredericktown Savings Institution. ^_ ^ P I N T 25/ HER5HEYS I C E C R E A M firt · 1 fn, ''if iff. iR; dfevk . .,, e one monlh "" ; made the most of "he Penny S . camour character in "You Can't 'Take It With You" has another i "fat" comedy role this week as : Other members of the "cast in- »«K thirty TM' !e s an hour, and Rich- '· elude Barnet B!ro. Kathryn Eames. a«i Leroy Hahr-, 117 Water street. . . ' Brad McCall. Jerry Ellis. Irma Thurmont. convicted of exceeding aoou.. s.x ! Severin. Jean Osborn, Patricia 50-miles-an-hour. failed to appear ; Grube. Sherry Roberts and Ned and their licenses were ordered - June rainfall were broker, last Joseph Allnutt Darbv. 439 West Before the rains, police in Anne South street, convicted of exceed- Arur.del and Harfeto Count.es reported the scorcnsne sun naa led some to heights of Japanese Beetles Are Here For That KNOCKOUT PUNCH Clarke. Women's Clubs j Yellow Springs Club The Yellow Springs Homemakers buses i suspended pending appearance. 1 Miss Juanita Dudderar. Route 2. \ Urbana. and Mrs. Marjorie Hawley , Wright, Lee Place, received the reprimands for passing school An estimated $1,306,000 will be j spent in repairing and modernizing \ non-farm homes in Frederick! county during 1948. according to' a report just released by the Tile: Council of America. · That sum will be expended , -- ~ largelv on painting, carpentry, anotner 1.3 acres work." roofing repairs and plumb- originally offeree Walker X. JollifTe Mr. Jolliffe is shown above as he appeared in the role of Mr. Da ?ina in the comedy. "You Can't Take It With You." which was '.he Mountain Theater's initial presentation of the 1948 season. The play i Club met June 22 at the home of [ '. Mrs. Carroll H. Kehne with ten j members and two visitors present. The meeting was called to order with a Bible reading and prayer j by the president. Mrs. Delton j Brickhouse. The secretary and treasurer gave reports. The hymn. Placed on probation for a year are: Austin B. Bruchey. Buckeystown. exceeding 50 miles an hour; William Martin Coffman. Sabilias- ville. exceeding 50 miles an hour. Abdiel Ridt;le\ Albaugh. 120 Patrick street, reckless driving. trcns of the Mountain Theater, having appeared in a number of their i productions in former years. S TO HIBI.E CLCB i The Y. Y. T. C Bible club whose . ' members are the youth of all i : churches \vere the guests of Mrs. | Harold Ferguson 01 Pleasant Valley on Thursday evening. June 24. A delightful evening was spent beginning with a hike from the , club headquarters to the residence of Mrs. Ferguson where many different kinds of games j were plavcd on the law.i the eve- ni:i" ending v. ith an old fashioned j camp fire picnic. Weiners and ' marshmallows were roasted and ! soft drinks served with singing , sung by the Miss to the tract Labrot's latest offer increases ing, the report disclosed. "Greater j availability of building materials j the proposed park area to ap- will make possible a record' proximately 725 acres- amount of home improvement; He set a price of S10.000 on the throughout the nation this year." : new tract. delcared Malcolm Schweiker. · offered 140 chairman of the Council's dential construction committee, members dodged an electrical storm to attend the session. The Jaycee panel members- headed by Dr. Edwin H. Sponseller. chairman were loath to conduct an admittedly "exploratory" discussion with . 0(W CO J RS r rom foreign countries ' tors and Juniors of the club pres- Davis gave an interesting talk on , during 1933. but only four bronze ] ent were as follows- The Relations of Families Child Development." An interesting account of and , British pennies were made. I Jean Myers. Shirley Himes. the short course at College Park was ! given by Mrs. R Paul Burhman. _ _ Refreshments were served by the · such 'Ismail" audience "and Brit- nostess. The next meeting will be j ' * " at the home of Mrs. Alan i Yellow Springs, July 27. at j m. Previously he had beachfront acres at i tain in calling off sessions until i resi-; $150.000 and said he would donate j Fall, said he could not find any ! ^ n » r ee. J400 more. j "hot-weather" date suitable for an j ' :3 ° P- About 30 of every 100 homes la j Lane appointed Attorney Gen- j interim meeting. Maryland will be painted, either . era l Hall Hammond. State Engineer j inside or out. during 1948 and 17 | j 0 hn B. Funk and Director Joseph j will have roofs repaired or re-! M. Kaylor of the Department o£ i _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ) T h e battle o f t h e monitor a n d placed, according to the report, j Forests" and Parks to negotiate an | tne Merrimack \vas fought at Hamp- Seven will have plumbing over-1 optio " n with * . - . , . . « . . , - » RETIRING THURSDAY Hagerstown. June 29 (JP) -- The hauled, bathrooms tiled or show- j ers installed and six will have | ton Soads March 9. 1S52. la the meantime, the State will [ go over ^jj e j anc j thoroughly, the i It is estimated that rats ?o an . , ; ^« v - ~-. »^. u « H ^.^. ^_ v - vu.^^^.^ . «. v , Afc j^j camii2vc^t bitai ICLLC* v~*u an carpentey work done, the report , Governor said . to determine the I average of S63.000.000 damage on . . . '· status of oroperties reportedly be- u S farms even- vear. . - ' revealed. "To meet demands for materials '· for both new homes and home re- | friQges of the pa?k area as v . ell as [ determine \vhat dredging and other terial." said .Mr. Schweiker. The j improvements will be necessary. output of cermaic tile for bath- j rooms and kitchens, for instance, : ,,. . , ,-, . is now at the. highest rate En his- , LltlZCUS C-Ollinnttee tory, government reports show. i p aT1 « 'J (s 1?^-. QnTtim^T- Throughout the nation between ^«LUI,^I» i: ur outauicr $2 600 000,000 and S3.300.000.000 ! ^ en pam pract£callv cancelled will ^be^spen^this ^^ g°^ '· a meeting hurriedly set up to Tues- 1 cif ^'plrt! 027 Thills beliex e ed 0 the '*? y .f?* anot 5f rt committment pre- ' largest amount ever exDended for I cluaed Camp Detrick memoers from «,4 ^-nrv ' · attenaing tne session- originally retirement of Maurice E. Miller, for the past 38 years superintendent of , Hagerstown's municipal electric! light plant becomes effective J Thursday. - j His successor has not been an- j nounced by the street board. i HI-TEST SAFETY GLASS Sold and Installed WINDOW GLASS Sold and Installed GLAZING BY CONTRACT PLATE GLASS--POLISHED PLATE MIRRORS, GLASS TILE, , for bath, kitchen or club-room · THERMO-PANE Glass Mirror Sales Service Rear 346 Park Are. Phone 2393 such work. To Work Out Short Term Park Option Annapolis, June 29 f.?,--The State Board of Public Works voted today to take the first step toward taking over the land for a Sandy Point State park- Governor Lane appointed a three- man committee to work out a short-term option on a 725-acre tract along Chesapeak Bay. Opponents of the park site argued that for the State to accept the land ·would put the Navy "in an awkward position" toward acquiring the same property for a Naval ' Academy airport. I It was also disclosed at the board meeting that William H. Labrot. wealthy southern Marylander who offered the park site, had added ' scheduled for tonight. Executive ! Secretary Warner L. Brittain. ad- j journed meetings of the county] wide Citizens Committee for Better ! j Schools, for the summer. l Educational Committeemen of the local Junior Chamber of Commerce, were met at the Y. SI. C.-A, last night as a mere handful of takeep a Champ in Trim ! Baltimore Hospitality AT THE MOUNT ROYAL HOTEL :. Sqrzl In. ULTIKBIE hotel furnished apartments -sHth vice- Good food (asr-coad:tiouet room.) Entertainment, Pan-Amcncari Casino (music, dancing, rloor shoi^s.) Near Penna. and B O R- R acatios. DOTCC troni S2.5C xingle nlllCa and S«.00 double Wr». fcr W. f. C hold For Your Pleasure at the Beach, Pool or Plastic Beach Balls Ring Pillows Water Wings Canvas Camp Stools Thermos Jugs Insulated Picnic Boxes Paper Picnic Supplies Storm Shipley THE Brsr CORNER Market Second Sts. Phone 266 Take Home 6 Today 6 big, big bargains! 6 big, big taste treats! 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