The News from Frederick, Maryland on August 31, 1967 · Page 44
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August 31, 1967

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 44

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B-22 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Thorttey, A»fwt «. Westminster To Annex More Land Into City 1,200 Acres Just Added WESTMINSTER -- An intensive study of the possible annexation of 90 acres south of Westminster into the city limits has been speeded up by the city manager. John R. Eckard said Wednesday that be hopes to have the study completed soon so that it can be presented to the city council for a vote and then to referendum. "We want to be able to accommodate these people as we bave the people who were included in the annexation which was announced Saturday," said Eckard. The citizens of a 1200 acre area to the west of Westminster along both sides of Uniontown Road showed by a referendum vote of 65 to 45 that they wished to join the city of Westminster. Mayor Joseph H. Hahn Jr. announced the results of the election Saturday and said that he considered the vote "an expression of confidence in the future of Westminster." The annexed area will increase the size of the city to 1,800 acres and will add an additional 250 citizens swelling the population to 6,750. The city will immediately begin programs to supply municipal services such as water and sewage to the new area. The county has no such systems. Eckard said that the goal o f ! American AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS 5000 | | PRIVATE H COMMERCIAL 4000- 3000- 2000- 1000- 1950 1960 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 OUT OF SEASON In the United States, maybe, but snow fun is very big in Australia these days, where winter is in full swing. Right in stride is Tommy Howard of Chicago, on a summer wintertime visit with his parents to the land down under. Dutch Catholics Back Reform Accidents of all types involving aircraft are included on the chart above, which indicates the nation's airways Save a relatively good safety record, despite heavy increases in traffic. Yet the occasional midair collisions make it imperative that more foolproof means of policing traffic be achieved. One possibility is an electronic anticollision warning device that is in *he experimental stage, with completion probably five years away. ating t have p buy ate But t ers are man fc madeil nisUta owners mean i Then junks harbor, life for them aboard the jun family of a ty for a ft As m waiting handle family ues as shelter. Bute Integra owners never r More at HOB harbor cst anc and to' tion ha ernizat NEW YORK (AP) -- Copies of oarls of a new Dutch catechism, an adult teaching guide for Holand's Roman Catholics, recent- circulated among Catholic leaders. were one year had been set for these ivstems to be in operation. The annexation will become effective on September 9, days after the referendum orovided in the Maryland State law. 14 as Among other things, the catechism suggests that decisions on birth control methods are up to individual couples. That sort of tradition-shaking advice characterizes some troversial--church initiatives Instead of doing it, however, MUSIC STARTS 8:30 ALL MIXED DRINKS 75c ALL BEER SOc NO ADMISSION 313 NORTH MARKET STREET A.M. TO MIDNIGHT DAYS A WEEK -- PHONE 662-64K which are emanating today from the little lowland country of the Netherlands. And the repercussions are felt throughout the church. Ideas and actions of Dutch Roman Catholics, generally with the backing of their bishops, have brought repeated tiffs with Vatican authorities, and occasional reprimands, both im- p'ied and explicit. Several such skirmishes are going on at present. There must be space in the church for differing approaches, says the head of the Dutch hierarchy, Bernard Cardinal Alink, of Utrecht, who maintains hat such regional diversity does not detract from the unity of the church. The mystery of the church will develop itself in a rich variety of wavs," he told a re- ent conference of European bishops. This puriformity erves the life of the church and does not diminish it." The cardinal, one of the lead- ng progressives at the Second Vatican Council, has stoutly defended numerous innovations in Dutch Catholicism, and the new catechism bears his approving imprimatur. At present, however, that instruction manual is reported under investigation in Rome. It had come under fire from the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, headed by Alfredo Cardinal Ottaviani. Another current dispute con cerns a new book by a Dutch theologian, the Rev. Rober Adolf s, who says he was warned he might be prohibited from fur ther writing unless he properly answered a set of doctrinal questions submitted to him by an emissary from Rome An English edition published Aug. 2 in this country by Harper and Rov. In it, Faher Adolfs says the church may lig its own grave unless it he says he has sent a letter to (he Vatican's doctrinal office, affirming belief in the church's dogmas, creeds and teachings of the Second Vatican Council. At the request of the head of its Augustinian order, however, he says he asked Dutch publishers of the book, "The Grave of God," issued with a Dutch im- wimatur, to stop distributing it, ut this was refused. changes its "outdated power structure." Renewal has come to Hoi- Hermann Fiolet, a theological land because we have discovered our right to be Christians in a Dutch way," says the Rev. advisor to Dutch bishops. We don't want to be Chris- Mans in an Ita'ian way. We recognize the Italians right to ie and we expect them in turn to recognize our rights." The verse, "Mary Had a Little Lamb," were the first sounds ever was ! phonograph. recorded on a It costs 13.6 cents a mile to drive the average U.S. car. Famed China Junks Facing Extinction HONG KONG (AP) -- Thousands of Chinese junks, for centuries the backbone of harbor commerce in Hong Kong, may soon become symbols of a bygone era. The slow-moving vessels with heart-shaped sails are still very much in evidence. But they are threatened by motorized lighters. Since the end of World War II, many junk owners, faced with rising costs of owning and oper- 21 17 18' Last night the for 'Committee Solving the shortage of BudweiserJ held an emergency meeting. (Unfortunately, they drank up another case.) KIM Of KIM · AHHIUUH-MSCH, INC. · »T. IOUII · HIWAM · IOS AHSCUS TAUfA » HOUSTON Sears SAVE Choice Of Several Cabinet Styles Consolette Color TV Regular $369.95 *338 Ask About Our F R E E Home Trial MONTHLY PAYMENTS UNTIL FEB. 1, 1968 Giant rectangular screen with 25,000-volt chassis for excellent far-fringe reception. Can be used without le#s Has 23-in. picture measured diagonally. 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