The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 1, 1948 · Page 3
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Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, July 1, 1948
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Inventories And Accounts Filed In Court Inventories filed Wednesday Register of \ViIls Harry D. show that the estate of the late Dr. Rudolph M. Rau \viii exceed $600,000. Real estate.' consisting of many parcels mostly on North Market aad West Patrick streets in Frederick, has been appraised a: S341.- 500. Stocks and bonds, largely government securities and industrial stocks and bonds, have been valued at $146,35567. Notes and mortgages were inventoried at Hf$60,450. The exeeuirices reported $23,129.85 as cash in banks. The persona! properly was ap- · praised at $7.793.75 and miscellan-' eoas items have been valued at $20.800. All assets resorted total $600,029.27. Estate To Daughters Dr. Rau left h:s entire estate to his two daughters, Mrs. Mar:aa M.. Heater. Charlotte. N. C.. »nd Mrs. Sara T. Lee. this city, who are the executrices. The Orphans' Court approved four administration accounts on Wednesday. In his first and final account as j administrator in the estate of; Eldridge C. Boyer. Herman A. i Boyer reported $35,676.07 and dis- · Jtributed $26,225.10. ! Robert L_ Campbell, adaiinistra- · tor in the estate of Emma L. Beard · i Campbell, accounted for $1.659.71! in his first and final account, dis- · tributing $1,341.54. The second and final account of. ! Allen Q. Quynn, executor in the j estate of S. Katherine Quynn, list' ed $16,400.52 in assets with $13,-' ,525.23 distributed. Grayson O. Smith, administrator · in the estate of Esta J. Smith, reported $6.631.48 in his first and final account, distributing $5,- · 978.72. Budget Bureau Said Key Home Impractical Washington, ~~. C., June 30-President Truman killed by pocket veto, a resolution to memorialize Francis Scott Key by erecting a replica of his Georgetown home. President Truman acted on the recommendation of the Budget Bureau, which in a memorandum had declared they thought Key. author of "The Star Spangled Banner." bad been memorialized .-nough with erection of the Francis Scott Key Bridge at a cost of $16.000.000. and the provision of Fort McHenry as a national monument in Baltimore, with an annual main- tenance cost of between $15,000 and $20,000. The budgeteers q u e s t i o n e d whether the $65.000 which Congress had authorized for the project would be enough for the purpose. The' house now has been razed because of the construction of the K street viaduct, and the materials salvaged, the report said, would represent only a small portion of those required for rebuilding. The bureau estimated maiutea- ance of the proposed replica would run to about $19.000 a year. They said the original Key house, occupied by Key from 1S08 to 1828. had been remodeled so many t"~ies that bv its last days it bore little resemblance to the Key residence. In addition, the bureau said, the site proposed for erection of the replica, on a Government-owned . plot between M st. rm and the ! Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, the i Francis Scott Key M e m o r i a l i Bridge and 34th St. n.v is "quite i removed" from the site of the ori- j giual house. The proposed Mte · is on the east side of the entrance 1 to Key Bridge, while the original building was 100 feet to the west , of the bridge. | In recommending i ejection of j the resolution, the bureau sug- I gested that "if it is desired to fur| ther memorialize" Key. it could ; be done by erecting a tablet near . Key Bridge and the site ol lh? Key house, making a reference to both bridge and house. 31 C. Of C. Members Answer Questionnaire Fifty-four Chamber of Commerce members responded by return mail to questionnaires mailed out Monday, seeking datp for compilation of a C of C. members-hip directory. Present nieml»er- bhsp of the Frederick organisation ;* ~5. Deadline for return of the questionnaires is July 15. A majority of the 54 returns indicated that local C of C members are highly reserved in their opportunities to join societies, fra- The News. Frederick. Md.. Thursday. July I. 194* THBKB ternal groups and service cl»bs. Also, all of the 54 returned questionnaires showed Frederick members of the commercial body are affiliated with church but greatly i divided in selection of creed. I To date, the majority of returns j show individual approval of cur. rent policies of the present adinin- j istration. however, a number ex' press varied but highly logical opinions on inclusion of revived, new or possible programs for the , chamber's future agenda ; Biggest headache for the direc- , tory compilation committee will be paring down the multiple classifications of enterprises engaged in The ratio of steam locomotive production to that of diesel-electric types is shrinking sharply. ' One manufacturer alone reports lhat diesel-electrics accounted ,for 85 per cent of its production in' 1S4T, a rise of 60 per cent over 1946. ZIANNE QUALITY Markell Ford Phone 202 ? HAMILTON* MARKET 244 EAST PATRICK STREET- PHONE 1370-1371 PUHTY OF ROOM TO PARK Ot*E 'A .\-FHESH SKA FOOD STEAM CRABS . . **.*!. 80 SOFT CRABS NICE S.ZE . . e aeh3Q c FRESH PICKED CRAB MEAT _ _ _ _ LUMP BONELESS KEGTTLAR CLAW WHITE «b. 79 89 1.56 MEDIUM SHRIMP . . 69 LARGE ASSORTMENT OF OTHER SEAFOOD CLEANED READY FOR THE PAX · LARGE BOLOGNA BACON ENDS SUCED Creamery Butter DRY SALT JOWL MEAT LEAN BOILING BEEF SMOKED HAMS^IeorShankEnd Ail Meat Skinless FRANKS 39 46 63 45 1* ^ 30* 33 * 35 GtfOf 'Kit Y SPKCiA LS PETER PAN PEA8UT BUTTER OKRA TOMATOES 2 Hershey CHOC. SYRUP 2 Evaporated PEACHES 2 SWEET PICKLES . . SWIFT'S EVAP. MILK SNACK Luncheon Meat VIRGINIA PEACHES BLENDED JUICE . . 3 IMPERIAL COFFEE . . TEN-B-LOW ICE CREAM MIX Grapefruit Sections 2 C. B. TOMATO SOUP 2 BOSCUL TEA BALLS 100 ^ GRAPEFRUIT JUICE · '· ^ 15c 43 19 20 40 31c 29 25 19 FKl'tT I'EfmETABMSS HARVEST APPLES 3 » 29 LGE. CANTALOUPES -· 25 LGE. GREEN PEPPERS ·- 5 FANCY STRING BEANS » 15 I by several diricte«s to * single membership denomination, best ; representing the business of tb« ! member, in the directory. i KILLED BY TREE LIMB i Baltimore. June 30 JP,--Charles j E. Arnold. 67, died today when h« ! was knocked on the head by the ; limb of a tree he was helping remove from the roof of a house in | suburban Glencoe. The tree was struck by lighting daring a storm last night. Arnold and two companions were removing it. He was standing on the ground when the limb got away from the other two workers up on the roof. SPECIALS TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY ONLY! Lady Dover ELECTRIC F L A T I R O N S With Automatic Heat Control Set the dial to any fabric you wi»h to iron . . . the Lady Dover regulates the heat from there on. S m o o t h ironing, lightweight. S4.9S Value . S 4 Extra Laree. Peerless IRONING BOARD COVERS G i v e s you a j smoother surface i OR which to iron. I Fits with rubberized band that' keeps it smooth', . . . no drawstrings to come undone! j CADILLAC IRONING BOARD PADS 56 Makes ironing l e s s tiresome, makes a more flexible ironing surface. 49c Value 38 4 by 8 Inch Size Crystal Clear Glass REFRIGERATOR JARS with COVER Use this handy jar as a crisper for vegetables, leftover dish or as a gelatine dessert or salad mold. 20c Value 13 PICNIC NEEDS Today Through Saturday! ^SPECIAL 125 Foot, Safe-Seal WAXED PAPER 21c Value 18 c Roll Mono Hot or Cold Drink Cups, S's 15c Hudson Paper Napkins, SO's 13c Paper Plates.. 9-Inch Pack of 6 lOc Kleen Paper Forks, 12's lOc Kleen Paper Spoons, 12*s lOc Diamond Rose Paper Straws, 48 ? s 5c Sandwich Bags, Jumbo Size, 40's lOc KOLYNOS TOOTH PASTE 50c Size 43 COLGATE DENTAL CREAM Giant Tube 41 IPANA TOOTH PASTE 30c Size 43 DRUG STORES PHONE 1218 100 N. MARKET ST. PHONE 605 18 W. PATRICK ST. A T T E N T I O N Certain Toilet Preparations. Luggase. Billfolds, etc.. and Jewelry subject *o 20Co tax under Federal Internal Revenue Act effective April I, 1914. Alarm Clocks retailing at not more than S5.00 and Watches retailing at not more than 565.00 subject to 10 r« tax; all others taxed 20 Ci. C o o l - R a y H i - B r o w DAY GLASSES Cool. green lenses protect .iKSiuit uiiburn and heat ra s. '2.95 POLAROID GLASSES $ 2.69 8- Inch Size KOLDAIR ELECTRIC F A N S Non-Oscillating '5.95 Highly efficient, powerful, quiet fan built to give lasting service. 10-Inch Size Oscillating Fan All Wool Cover, Durable Wright Ditscm TENNIS B A L L S 55 c Each 3 For SI.50 Flexible. C r e s t . and resilient. · .Molded Cap-Shape BATHhNG CAPS WRIST WATCH STRAPS Asst. Colors 49c ShaefTer's SKRIP INK 15 Spiffy COLLAR STAYS 25 Salute ALARM CLOCKS 1.98 Plus Tax 7zaM SPECIALS Sjpttcial! Rcgnlar SOc Value PRO-PHY-LAC-TIC TOOTH BRUSH And 25c Pro-Phy-Lac-TIc DRESSING COMB i T3c | BOTH FOR 49 Greaseless, Medicated ? KILBURN SKIN CREAM Special: Limited Time R E V L O N "Match Maker" 60c Lastron Xail Enamel plus' 65c Matching Lipstick in ' Gold-Tone Metal Case ; S1.25 Value ,, MONEY SAVING OFFER C O L G A T E T O O T H P O W D E R 39c Giant Size 29c Large Size "Oc Vaiac Both For Cool, soothing relief of burning smarting and itching sunburn, windburn a n d chnpped skin. Also useful for relief of minor irritations, burns, aching feet. 75c Jar 49 COPPERTANSL '!·" 10 GABY SKOL TARTAN Lotion 1-Ounces Suntan Lotion S-Ounces ·· Suntan Lotion Large ---- ·-·--_ Suntan Lotion Bottle Suntan Lotion 4-Ounces 49. 59- Keeps Liquids Hot or Co-d ! THERM-A-JUG jrinely insulated. light in weight. Take fruit-ades. coffee, tea. and other drinks ir :s your car while traveling: or !| picnics. ijj jgjgSf J|f Gallon $O QE £ '' '" ' With Plain Top fcaW^* Z I P P O The Original AVind-Proof LIGHTERS Equipped -.vith a high vnndbreak- er to keep the Same assow in a l l types of v.-eather' 2.50 LOCKMONT PIPES A ·well mace pipe at a special Io\v price '1.50 Assorted Styles Yello Bole Pipes S2.50 loc STRATFORD CIGARETTES Pack of 20 1.00 CANDY Todav Thru Saturday Only I All Regular 5c CANDY BARS Hershey Bars. Bolster, Xestle. Brock, Clark Bars. Milky Way. Old Xlck, Bit - O - Honey. Tootsie Roll and many other popular favorites. Box of 24 Pocket Vial PEOPLES DENTAL FLOSS 10 j GEM j JUNIOR | RAZORS i Pack -- _^ ·of 5 3Q | Blades . ** +* 1 - , HYGEIA BABY NIPPLES 20 BAND AID Johnson Johnson ADHESIVE BANDAGES Qmck first-aid dres=- inc for y^-irsor cuts. burr,'? and blisters It cor.-.cs to yoa sterile Kee-is out C-.r'-. hc-ps p r e v e n t infection. avoid irritation Grow Belter Roses! PESTMASTER 3-in-l Rose Treatment Beautiful r o s e s are nov,- easy to ero-.v. This o n e formulation kslli R o s e Chafers. Beetles. Aphid";. R e d Spider*. S I u s s Contra Slack Spot. :-Iil- ·iev.-. Rust. Stimulates a n d pro- inotf?** growth. Pound Can BOX OF 3$ 29 V 1.75 Etiquet Deodorant The ec nt!e lotion f ^ Cream i ^^ for over s( ', years by thousands Keeps you dry of mothers, to help and dainty all , give babies silky day Jong. ringlets. Also makes 39c 59c hair !o °* ^ k Ants r Flcas · Aphids Bedtngs 'Crab Lice ' Poiato Bogs Bean Beetle* DCS7 OS ONE SPOT Gamnietil br Manafactartr It's New! It's Different! T 0 N I C R E M E SHAMPOO Gives you soft water shampooing in even the hardest u-ater! Leaves hair soit and lustrous . . . easy to take tare of! 2-Oance Tube Handy Cotton Squares for Applying Home Permanent Solutions . . , C O E T S T h e handiest pads you've seen jet . . . " . "for so many uses. 29 CHEST-0- POPS Box of 35 19 HERSHEY ALMOND BARS 23c Value 19 HERSHEY MILK BARS Value . 19 FOUNTAIN FEATURES FRESH FRUIT Refreshing L I M E A D E Helps you cool off in the mid- die of a tiresome, shopping tour. A treat after the movie . . . or any other time at our soda fountain' "-arje ,0-Ounce Glass 10 Crisp t»arrn, Voirato Slices. Lettuce on Toast . . . SOc Livcrotirst. Crisp I,ettuce on Rye ' 20c Sliced Ham, Sliced Tomato, Criyp Lettuce on Wheat Bread . SOc M, SffiOOlf!, fragrant New MENNEN BABY POWDER · So Soft « So White 0 So Flower-Fragrant Fluffy ta'cum to keep bnby cool and fragrant and to help prevent perspiration rashes. 23 43 DEEP-CUT 50c Bisodol 3Iints, Bottle of 100 39c S1.25 S. S. S. Health Tonic, 10-Ounces 99c E-Z Korn Remover With Applicator 35c 40c Midol Tablets. Box of 12 32c 75c Bayer Aspirin Tablets, 100's 59c 75c Eno Effervescent Salt 57 C Sl.OO Lucky Tiger Hair Tonic S7c 50c Lyons Tooth Paste. Tube 43c 50c Conti Castile Shampoo 43c 6Qc Amolin Deodorant Powder, large 53c Mennen's Skin Balm, Handy Tube 43c We reserve the right to limit quantities and refuse to sell to dealer*. SEWSPAPF.Hl

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