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Frederick, Maryland
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TWO Tkf Wiiwi, Frederick, M4., Tuesday, November 20. 1851 Know America Anniversaries 1887--Lewis E. Waterman, New York inventor, perfector and manufacturer of the fountain pen, bora Decatur. N. Y. Died May 1, 1901. 1840--John .Russell Young, noted journalist. Minister to China, where he gamed Chinese confi- 'dence to a remarkable extent, librarian of Congress, born in Ireland. Died Jan. 17, 1899. 1S55--Josiah Royce, famous philosopher of the Univ. of California and then of Harvard, born at Grass Valley, CaL Died Sept 14, 1916. 1866-JCenesaw Landis, jurist, baseball's high commissioner for 24 vears. born in Millville, Ohio, Died Nov. 25, 1944. 1867--Patrick J. Hayes. New York Roman Catholic prelate and Cardinal, born in New York. Died Sept. 4. 1838. 1889--Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne. Irish novelist and story-teller, born in New York Died m auto accident in Ireland, June 18, 1928, Today In History 1851--(100 years ago A false alarm in a New York school takes toll of 50 children's lives. 1866--First G. A R. (Grand Army 1 of the Republic) encampment opens in Indianapolis. 1887--Historic $700,000 fire of the Barnum Circus m Bridgeport, Conn. 1892---End of the 4^-rnonth Homestead, Pa strike--one of the bloodiest in labor annals. 1928--President Hoover tells his "plans to create a S3 billion dollar reserve fund to help reduce unemployment--a year before the depression era starts in. 1934--Maj. Gen. Smedley D. Butler tells U. S. House Committee of Wall Street plot to overthrow Government with a private army of half a million. 1941--The Workers' Alliance, a national agency, for unemployment relief, with some 200 branches over country, dissolves 1-945--Gen. Eisenhower made chief of staff. 1946--John L Lewis defies Government and sets coal strike date. Ji950--American troops reach Man- cfaurian frontier ea the Yalu River. Today's Birthday* Claude G. Bowers. Ambassador to Chile, born in Hamilton Co, Ind. 73 years ago. Norman Thomas of New York, Socialist advocate, born Marion Ohio, 67 years ago. Dr. Edwin P. Hubble of the Mount Wilson Observatory, Cali- fornia, famous astronomer, born Marshfield, Mo., 62 years ago. Roswell Magm or New York, onetime Undersecretary of the Treasury, born at Auburn, 111., 58 years ago. Albert W. Hawkes of New Jersey, ex-U. S. senator, one time president of the U. S Chamber of Commerce, born in Chicago, 73 years ago. Waiter P. Marshall, president of Western Union, New York, bom m Brooklyn, N. Y.. SO years ago. Prof. Ernest A. Hooton of Harvard, famous anthropologist, born st Clemensville, V/is, 84 years ago. Today's Horoscope Superior faculties prevail this day and the mind is free and dependable. The intellect is rather subtle and perhaps inclined to be esthetic. The whole spirit is luminous, faithful and Strong, possibly turning to the study of philosophy, religion or some kindred subject nd probably writing and teaching them. Locales Son 'Lost* For Past 39 Years LONG BEACH, Calif., Nov. 19 (Jf)--When you can drop a phone book and find a son lost for 39 years it really is Thanksgiving. Mrs. Kaiherme Young, 59. told a repoiter today that last Tuesday she was looking in the telephone book for the number of a friend. She dropped the book and it fell open to page 431. As she picked it up a name near the bottom of the page caught her eje The name, Jacob H. Koch, was the same as that of her long lost son. It was her son. After a couple of telephone calls they were reunited. Unknown to each other, the son has been living m Inglewood, 15 miles from here, for the last 10 years, and the mother has been in Long Beach for nine years ' Looks maybe like God had something to do with this," said Koch, now 40, as he told of seeing h-s mother in her home He is an aviation inspector at North American Aircraft Co and his mother is employed in a laundry at Laguna Beach, Calif. Mrs. Young related that she grew up in Denver and when 17 married Harry Koch. They movee to La Crosse, Wis, but separatee when their son was 6 month's 01 age, and she took Jacob with her to Cheyenne, Wyo But before the boy was a year old Harry Koch obtained the child and as far as Mrs. Young was concerned they dropped from sight. She snid the elder Koch is now living m San Francisco Mrs Young married G. H Young in 1942 and, he died in 1947. Young Koch said he was boarded Individual 12 Million People Over 65 Years OW. i Two-Hiirds Haw Families to Support One-third Haw Regular Jobs. '· -JW Median Income $1000 Yearly. Government. Payments Depend en Post Earnings Average Payments $26.80 for Sin. gle Person. $41.90 for Man and Wife $54.40 for Widow and One or More Dependents. Employment and Recreational Counseling. PLIGHT OF THE AGED--Some 12 million Americans, or one out of twelve in the entire population, have passed their 65th birthday This marks an increase of nine million since 1900. Because o£ this rise, each working person m the U. S. supports more older people out of his earnings than ever before. That's because there are more Social Security beneficiaries to take care of and also fewer workers hold their jobs when they reach this age. Newschart above shows what the aged are up against and what the Government is doing to alleviate distress among this group by Social Security payments Traditionally Fine THANKSGIVING DAY DINNER MENU SERVED FROM 12:00 NOON TO 8 P. M. Your Choice Blue Goose Grapefruit Grenadine Blue PoJnt Oysters Fruit Cup Supreme Chilli Apricot Necktar Consomme Double Cream of Fresh Mushroom Soup Heart of Celery --. Green Olives -- Cucumber Pickles Rosst Frederick Connty Turkey Giblet Gravy Sauerkraut Cranberry Jelly Chestnut Dressing Roast Prime Rib* of Beef au Jus Sweet Pepper Relish Baked Country Sugar Cured Ham with Glaced Pineapple Choice of Z Whipped Potatoes Candied Yams Brussell Sprouts New Buttered Peas Mashed Turnip Sauerkraut Golden Bantam Corn Hearts of Lettuce Salad -- Thousand Island Dressing Hot Cinnamon Buns Assorted Rolls Blueberry Muffins Pumpkin Pi« Raspberry Sherbet Hot Mince Pie Cocoanut Layer Caka Frozen Chocolate Ice Cream Cake Roll Nesselrode Sundae Apple Pie Coffee Tea" Milk $2.75 Per Person Coffee Room Wedgewood Dining Room Francis Scott."Hej Ifotel ' r r T S f t R s B M M ^ j r a f i p ^ ^ -- ' i« out to a Sparta, Wl*., farm family at the ag« of 13, later lived with his father at St Paul. Minn., and at 19 was "out on h!s own." He now hu a wife and four children. 'All are planning a real Thanksgiving celebration on Thursday. Grange News M t. Pleasant Grange The Mt. Pleasant grange held Its regular meeting on November 8. The meeting was called to order by the Master Charles Burrler, Jr. A report wag given on the safety program. The following c o m m i t t e e was appointed to help with the youth parties held once a month. Mrs. Helen Reese, Mrs. Ruth Loch- ner. Mr. and Mrs. Wclty Wastlcr. Raymond Bldle and Ralph Harrlti. It was decided to ask Mr. and Mrs. Austin Renn to install the newly elected officers the first meeting in January. The meeting will be preceded by a covered dish supper. It was decided to purchase a new altar rug. The following officers were elected: Master, Charles Burrier, Jr.; overseer, Welty Wastjer; Iwjturer, Catherine Roderuck: steward, Raymond Bidle; asst. steward, Randell Rhoderick; Chaplain. Rev. W. H. Anderman, Jr.; treasurer, Ralph Harris; secretary, Alice Me Devitt; gatekeeper, Howard Pearl: Ceres, Margaret Wastler; Pomona, Vera Cramer; Flora, Ruth Lochner; Lady asst. steward, Betty Rhoderick; executive committee, Robert Rhoderick, Walter Crum, Harold Roderuck: home economici chairman, La Rue Me Devitt. TOP ALCOHOLICS LONDON, Nov. 19 /P--The Brit. Ish Medical Journal said today that [countries dominated by "the Puritan ethic" show the greatest amount of drunkenness. "It ig bound to be found in countries such as the U. S. A. and Sweden, which have experimented in prohibition," the Journal said. "These two countries head the list in the first report on alcoholism by the World Health Organization as having the highest proportional number of alcoholics, Italy-the great wine-drinking country-having the lowest." 14 CHILDREN PERISH QUITO, Ecuador, Nov. 1C. A flre in a motion picture theater at Cuenca yesterday took the lives of 14 children under the age of 12, Tb« blaze WM WLUMdi by « short circuit, firemen said, adding tha they had to break down locked doors to enter the theater after the alarm. TELEVISION SALES AN» SERVICE PHILCO MOTOROLA ZENITH SEASONABLY PRICED INSTALLATION! BOMDE OWNED MELVIN M. ENGLE BUDGET TERMS Baek of Post Office, N. Carroll St. HOME OPERATIC Phone M C H R Y S A N T H E M U M S have EYE APPEAL-that's why you like them Glddl© Volley has TASTE APPEAL ... that's why you depend on Drug And PRESRIPTION Service MODERN PHARMACY SUCCESSOR TO PEARRE'S DRUG STOKE TELEPHONE 208 Join Hospital Aid, toe,, and Help Tow Neighbor C. E. CL1NE SON AMBULANCE SERVICE 8 East Patrick St Phone 355 JOIN "HOSPITAL AID, D«C. W DANCE To The Music Of DAIRY FARM FOR SALE This 211 acres of rolling: and most productive land Is located in upper Glade Valley. Improvements include 8 room stone dwelling with electric water in kitchen; garage; new concrete block cow barn with 20 stanchions and 3 room milk house; bank barn and loafing stable connected by concrete walk to row barn; silo; machinery shed, etc. AH buildings and roofs have been painted this year and are in excellent condition. Owner asks 533,500. or best offer and will finance responsible buyer owning stock and equipment, for $7,500. cash and balance on long term low interest mortgage. April or earlier possession can be arranged. Inspection by appointment only. GEORGE M. CHAPUNE, Realtor Ruhland C. Boyer, Rep. REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE CHAPUNE BLDG., 110 W. PATRICK ST., PHONE 870 OB 1086 Member: Real Estate Board of Frederick, Inc. National Association of Real Estate Beards CHUCK GORDON AND HIS QCiXESTRA BETTY ANN CLOONE? * «*AJHO STAB EXCELLENT DOUBLE ATTRACTION Thanksgiving Eve Wednesday, Nov. 21st STATE ARMORY FREDERICK, MD. 3rd Annul Frederick C«. Charity BaM I k l KIZE GLVB glCTLK NO TABLES RKMb£VE» $2.56 PER PERSON AtTSWCBS MUHMMKK *. P. ·. m,W5 NO. 6M get ONEY Quickly Now yon can arrange a personal loan hi ONE TRIP . . . often in as little as 15 minutes! No red tape . . . no high pressure . . . Just fast, friendly, private service you'll like. Choose your own plan and budget-fitting repayment schedule. For extra fast service, phone us In advance . . . Everything will be ready when you come in! RITCHIE ASSOCIATES FINANCE CORPORATION 2 East Church Street Phone 2100 We Can Be Thankful . . . . that we live in a country where peace and progress are national standards . . . and where we recognize that a. Supreme Being is responsible for the blessings and good fortunes that have befallen us. THE FREDERICKTOWN SAVINGS INSTITUTION BANKERS FOR OVER 10« TEARS 1828 1951 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation MAAS OPTICIANS Eyt* Examined--Glaucs Fitted TELEVISION GLASSES Phone 1951 M2-A W. MARKET STREET Maytag Makes Your Dollar Go Further! l»w Upkeep! T H I M A Y T A O CHIEFTAIN. Buy terms -- liberal tndv-ia. Come !m $129.95 BETTER HOMES EQUIP. CO. 15 E. Patrick St Phone 700 J3-35 SOUTH MARKET ST. SAM MILLER'S Army Shoes and Slippers .. $2.98- Army Fatigme Pants.. $1.50-$2.98 New Work Shoes $4.jg Army Khaki Pants Shirts $1.98 Dress Sa Work Slippers $4.98 New Army Khaki Pants $3.45 T-shirts 4«, c House Paint _ gai. $ kzT* ***-"*S y^. '^^fC^^ySvtSt^^^m S I N G E R SEWING CENTER 11 North Market St. KEY CHEV. SALES. INC. WINTER IS BOUGH ON YOUR CAR! DENTS AND SCRATCHES ON YOUR CAB'S FENDERS OR WILL RUST THROUGH UNLESS REPAIRED PROPERLY. AND PARTICULARLY SO IN WINTER Our Body and Paint Shop 1m Thoroughly Equipped To Reps v ; Everything from a Small Dent To a Major Wreck Tht Work it Guaranteed and tha Price Is Hesonable · Let Key Care For Your Car! KEY CHEVROLET SALES, INC 106 E. Patrick St. Phone 7 J MONOCACY MOTORS 'Buy YOUR NEXT CAR On Our Insured Payment Plan Finance your new or used car with us. Your payments are i £ sured in the event of sickness, accident or death. Come in and ack us for full particulars. 1950 Dodge Sedan 1950 Plymouth Club Coupe 1949 Dodge Sedan 1948 Dodge Coach 1948 Chevrolet Sedan 1947 Dodge Sedan 1947 Studebaker Sedan 1946 Plymouth Coach 1940 Hudson Sedan 1937 Chevrolet Sedan , 1937 Ford Sedan 1935 International Pick-Up $l fls iy MONOCACY MOTORS, 615-17 M. Market Street Phone 150 Used Car Lot Jefferson Street Extd. Phone 1740-B Join Hospital Aid Today Open Evenings LAWSON MOTOR SALES NOW IS THE TIME TO TRADE! Highest Allowance for Your Present Car When Traded On One Of These Select Specials 1951 Nash Convertible Fully equip., 5,000 miles Sl.Siflf 1949 Stude., Convertible O. D., R.H., clean ...... $1,375 1949 Hudson, 4-Dr. Sedan Low mileage, like new $1,595 1949 Nash Amb. Sedan O. D., Weather Eye ..... $1,495 1947 Buick Sedanette R.H., good buy .......... $1,195 1946 Chev. Sta. Wagon - ^ Equipped, Reconditioned $7 V " 1946 Ford 4-Dr. Sedan R.H., runs good 695 1942 Buick 4-Dr. Sedan R.H., looks and runs good $525 See Tbese And Many Others At LAWSON MOTOR SALES 703 N. Market St. 114 W, Pat .'J Phone 2583 1EWSP4PERS NF'WSPAPFEJ

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