The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 1, 1948 · Page 11
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July 1, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 11

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f Agreement By Railroads And City Sought An effort to conclude negotiations with both the Penns\ Ivania and Baltimore and Ohio railroads ivith respect to certain street improvements here was renewed this week by the city. City Attorney Richard E. Zimmerman + af: again vrittea officials af both companies, in an attempt to accelerate action with respect to the proposed improvement and extension of East street, acd removal of the now-useless tracks an All Saints street between Market and Carroll streets. Both projects have been dormant over a long period, following initiation of negotiations many months ago. Considerable correspondence has passed between the city and the two railroads concerning both projects, but thus far there has been no action Approval Granted With respect to the Eas street project, the City v.-as advised by ' the Pennsylvania Railroad the latter part of May that executive approval had been granted to negotiate the conveyance of the property necessary for the improvements and the railroad's assistant general solicitor was preparing an agreement to cover "certain fundamental conditions pertaining to the transfer that must be clarified and fully understood and complied with." The letter received by City Attorney Zimmerman added that the company hoped "to have the agreement in your hands, for execution by the Corporation, in the very near future." Concerning the track removal project on All Saints street, that , also continues at an impasse Latest advices from the B. and O. indicated that the matter now lies solely with the City, which is supposed to remove aid salx-age the rails. Certain city officials maintain that the railroad agreed to remove the concrete abutment on All Saints street, and also the buttress at the end of the track ad- jacent to Matket street. Local railroad co 'firmation of this, how e\ er. was not available. In the meantime, the track area, both alongside and between the rails, is nurturing a fine growth of weeds. South Market Project A 'hird project which cor.tnue to cause speculation is w h e 11 South Market street will be w iden- ed at the 'crest of the nil! opposite Ml. Olivet cemetery The *S»ate Roads Commission Jias long ago expressed its willingness to largely contribute to the improvement provided the C;ty take s.peciJ~.es steps. -I:i this connection, it was necessary for the city to secure title to a certain portion of an adjacent property This stil! is m abe\ar:ce. it is understood, pcd usti! clearance is secured, the improvement will be delayed. In the meantime city eng.neeit and employes of various c'epart- ments have been so CUSA with the numerous otner ramification^ ot the general improv ement . - ^gra-n that these prior projects have been virtually relegated :o the oackgrouad. Phone Trap?c Union New Contract Baltimore. June 30 t-P) -- Although its siatttb as a bargaining agent still depends upon the out- co-ne of an XLRB election, the Mar\iand Telephone Traffic Union today «r\ed \\ntteii notice on the Chesapeake and Potomac Company of Baltimore City asking im- i!K-i.^tc i cgctibtjoni for a new contract In an e!ec:ion tomorrow i HOUSEWIVES BALK Ottawa. Ju"e 30 ·?--A h wives boycott brought tue of beef toda be'ow 30 ce: pound. Butchers quoted i.r.-y. pr:ce pork and lamb, to wh.eh ^": t turned because o: nl^a prices S:r!o:n. T-bone a.-^d rou::d , were selhng for 49 cents a and namburger for 33 T-.\ o sago better cuts of oeef w».re 6S cents 4 200 Telephone operators and clerks in Maryland; \\iil choose ihe.r bargaining agency. They can vo:e for the Marj land Un:on. \\ h:ch :s a'i affiliate of the Tele- paorse Workers Organuing Co:rim::tee · CIO · . the Communications Worker;, of America or for "no UiliOR ' Bai-ed or reports from the smaller out-itate otfices \\ho*e workers \otetJ by mail, a prediction of a 93 per cent victory for tne Mirj isr-d Telephone Traffic L'n.oi N\as made by Mrs Margaret We^e. u::.on president Tne National Laoor Relations Board \\." count all the ballots Fr.d?-. Hov.-ever. M:s. \Ve.se is ^o conf.dent Shut she sa\s the tii'Ion hs-. scheduled a \:ctory pa"-} :o: Friday night i\o Help For Tlios-e Shipping To Kus-ia Wa-hin!?ton. June 30 i Pi--\\V--t- j era Europe \\ as told today that the j United S*utc; cimMiicri. t-hippiag contraband v,ur Mipohet. into the i Russian tpherc a cause for halting I Marshall Plan a^i^tante | Paul G Kofi man economic cooperation ad'T r'^ua'or. t^!d a ne\\s conference this mdiiec: e*n- bargo will apply whether iho \\ju- potential goods ire Anjcrujn- inade or Europe-produced Similar \\arsimgs in the p.,*; have covered only ECA-iinatued shipnieKSb which might be cii\cit- ed to countries behind the ho:i Curtain In bro»de:i;tg the pol..\ Jlyjf- man muce po.uted refe-ciice to England ^ s-ale gines to Soviet "A je: c-igir.e gine \\nether 21 ct:-:t" countiy or f:o!-i a r country," he ta.ti ECA \\sll ei.couus;e l \\eou Eastern and Western Europe i o n all Hems not considered con- tiabaiut. HoiTiran said Hoffman met rcporteis as ECA's f u s t quaiter of opeiation closed. Though only 56 percent of the three-month aid goal has been met Hullman said ' the Europe Ke- co\ciy Program is ieall under \va\ ' Greensboro N C Her friends here expressed n«teu-.t in recognition of her sei vices tluough presentation of the DorUait Th* News. Frederick. Md., Thursday. July J. J94» ELEVCf TEEN TOWN ELECTS At the second mcelinK of Teen Town in Baker Paik Tuesday after- uooa with Miss Marrianna Derr in charge. Joan Koutz vas elected president. Nancy Jcnca, vie-presi- j dent, and Maralee Atkinson, secre- I tary and reporter. A youth council j \\ as named as follows Maralee .Atkinson, Joan Koutz. Nancy June:. Shirley Fheschman and Jean j Roelke ~ ride to be held next week. Tb« council made plans to urge a larger number of teen-agers to participate in the group's activities. - - The maierai staurolite forms In Plans were discussed for twinned crystals often, producing sti'l a jet en- :-.t-s f : o - i i :,,, PRESENTED PORTRAIT At the recent commencement exercises of Cata\\ba college. Salisbury. X C. Dr \V Augusta Lantz \a Honored at aa alumni banquet \\heu her portiait \\as presented to the college ov the Alumni Association Miss. Lantjj came to Hoxs College H 1S94 as a member of the faculty and later became regis- tiar which position she filled until 19"3 Later she became dean of women at Catawba. and served until 'ier retnenient a few \ e a i % ·Ago Miss Lanti who is well , knew ii heie i no\\ living in : AI TO GLASS -- xt E I N S T A L L E D ?£«$ Frederick Paint Glass Store 64 to J33 North Market St.. Frederick, Md. NowlsTheTime For all carpentry work, rejijur- iag, remodeling, new construction, see Thomas Constr.Eng. 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