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July 8, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 3

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VResume War' Palestine |C*iro, July 1 Jf) -- An Arab spokesman said' tonight the lestine war between Jews and ·will be resumed Friday, ael was reported to have ac- pted Count Folke Bemadott«"s oposal to extend th« Palestine ace beyond the Friday deadline. , Arab League spokesman said, fYi-ever, there would be no ex- sion of the four-week truce. [Asked if his statement meant »t warfare would start again, the ab replied, "I mean nothing I (As the Arab made this state-! |t in Cairo, the United Nations rity Council voted 8 to 0 at ie Success. N. Y.. to appeal to }tb Arabs and Jews to extend the ice.) Official Response iBernadotte. the United Nations itor, has not received an of- reply on the truce extension 5m either the Jews or Arabs. A' til-informed source in Tel Aviv id, however, the Israeli Govern- Recently Wed Vet, Wife, Children Take To Street Again Baltimore. July 7 (ff)--Joe Davis. ! an infantry bazooka man in Europe during the ·war. blew up today and i took his wife and four weary i children around to Southern Dis! trict police station. ; him Too many kids . ^ Joe took j They had been on the streets j a couple of days off to look for a most of the past ten days, sleeping I ne w place. That lost him his job. ^ {amil started wanderir ; g about ^ streeb when they were Joe. "A mtn's f ot to blow up *o»«- time. I'm blowing up now." Three weeks ago the 29-year-old veteran had m job and his family lived in a one-room basement apartment for which they paid $11 a week. Joe knew they were going to be evicted. The landlord had warned that they had worn out their welcome and took to the streets again. TOMATO CONTEST College Park. July 7 yp 1 --Maryland's farm extension service is running a contest for tomato growers, with engraved watches and j"" pen and pencil sets for the winners. [ "" The contest is in two sections, i Deliveries Of New Wheat Below Normal The New*. Frederick. Md,, Thunday. July *. IMt acres of tomatoes and have more than six two to six on street cars and buses and eat-j ^ famil started wande ~ rit5 g | those who ing mostly crackers, cookies and ] about ^ streeb when they were i acres, cold meat. j ev j cte j ten jays ago. A bus driver · Prizes will be awarded on the The four little Davises, aged 18 j 53^- they were having trouble and basis of yield, yield per acre and months to 6 years* were covered t to^ them to his home. But he --i wi:h mosquito bites. 'I've been kicked around,' Deliveries of new Frederick county wheat, remained approximately 25 per cent below normal the elevators of the Farmers j than fair." Co-operative Association Inc.. here j , . . . , : on the second day of purchase al- for growers who are raiting from ; ihcugh the buv : nR price went up days' delivery to the Frederick elevator, this year. Quality of the second day 194S wheat jjurehases. also remained low. with the new grain yesterday rated by the buyers, as "little better and take over the canning cfaMr several nights to do the proceMinf. They promised to do the canning themselves Jf they can't raise the money or figure a way to get someone to do the job for them. VOLUNTEER CANNCBS ?.IartiR:sbur£. W. Va.. July 7 Of all minerals, salt is the moct familiar. ? * .',;{*_ j has j quality. The [ Contestants Wednesday. j Methodist church has volunteered Co-operative officials said 3.500 j for some duty in the community bushels of new, county wheat were j canning piant this summer purchased by them Wednesday. The men pU-dKed to round up s'.Ul only about 75 per cent of ave- 4.000 cans of Mrs. Ernesto G. Vinci Miss Hazel Manahan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Manaban. Sabillasville, became, the bride on June 2S of Ernesto G. Vinci, son of Salvatore Vinci and the late Mrs- Vinci of 256 William street, Middletown. Conn. The ceremony was performed in Fairfield. Pa_ with Rev. V. J. Top; per officiating. Mrs. Robert J. Shockley. sister of the bride, was and Dr. Viacent it is willing to continue the j ie during further negotiations, j natron o£ honor, ae Jewish source said Israel j Vinci was best man for his brother. not deal now with Bernadotte's aposals to demilitarize Jerusalem |d the Haifa port -area. The already have rejected these oposals. Vbdel Rahman. Azzam Pasa, sec- iry general of the Arab League, |Ed the league will try to have reply on the truce ready tomor- Jerusalem. 225 Haganah' sol- evacuated Hadassah hospital Hebrew University. This left twin American-financed in- tuticns under control of United tioas Security police. iCing Farouk of Egypt visited the_ uthern Palestine front. He" ent last night with Egyptian sol- srs. An Interior Ministry com- inique said the monarch chatted th~ officers and men and shared if food. dispatch from Beirut, capital iLebanan, said the care of Palestine refugees in that intry has created a serious prob- a. .CE RUNOFF Oklahoma City. July 7 lj?i-- rrner Gov. Robert S. Kerr and mer Smith, one-time Congress- m. will meet in a July 27 run- Jprimary for the Oklahoma jnocratic nomination for U. S. ator. :urns from 3,148 precincts of "state's 3,698 in yesterday's pri- ;ry vote gave Kerr 111.751 and th 58,022. Eight other entries [ed far behind. _ Mrs. Loy Golladay served as in- : j terpreter. ; ! The bride, given in marriage by ' her father, was attired in a white suit with which she wore navy ; blue accessories. A corsage of pink } rosebuds completed her costume. · Her matron of honor wore a : maize suit with white accessories ; and a corsage of red rosebuds. I Mrs. Manahan. mother of the . bride, chose a gray silk costume' for her daughter's wedding, with j which she wore white and black ; accessories and a corsage of pink J rosebuds. · ' j Following the ceremony a break- j fast was served to the bridal party j and guests at the Parish Hall in \ Sabillasville, after which Mr. and | Mrs. Manahan entertained with a ! reception in their home. j Mr. and Mrs. Vinci left for a | motor trip to Maine, where they ] will spend their honeymoon. For j traveling the bride wore a gray suit ( with navy blue accessories. \ The bride is a graduate of Thur- j mont High School, of the Maryland I State School for the Heaf, and of ; Gallaudet College, Washington, and j for the past few years has been a ; supervisor at the American School ·· for the Deaf in West Hartford, ! Conn. i Mr. Vinci is an employe of the j Pratt and Whitney Division of j West Hartford. · Upon their return from their j wedding .trip. Mr. and Mrs. Vinci will reside at 256 William street. Middletown. -**.- Lawn Furniture i EEGEFUCO 45 Sontn Market St Top Soil and Flagstones BLUE RIDGE BUILDING SAND AND STONE SUPPLY Stones for Roads and Driveways ALSO FUJL DIRT FOR SALE CHARLES MARINO Care Rose Tavern, Phone 16I4-J Dump Trucks for Hire HAMILTON* 244 EAST PATRICK STREET- PHONE 1370-1371 PLENTY OF 300M TO PARK GROCERY SPECIALS Sno-Sheen Cake Flour ^ 36 .DASH DOG FOOD . . «,, 14 pllusselman's Apple Sauce 2 ^i 2 l DEL MONTE SPINACH 21 Kellogg's Corn Flakes L P A K R C G£ 17 BOSCUL COFFEE . . . ALIFORNI A SALMON WIFT'S EVAP. MILK U RE- JELL . . . . 2 RANULATED SUGAR 5 ^ 43 anning's Bread Butter Pickles »-«. jar IVORY SNOW . . . . « UX FLAKES . . . . *s?34c P R Y . i . . . . . 55 49 15 25 55 MEAT SPECIALS SMOKED PICNIC HAMS 46 JMOKED JOWL MEAT ^ 39 EAN GROUND BEEF MOKED HAMS EAN SLICED BACON 29 O1E \\-FRESH SEAFOOD 'resh Picked Crabmeat * 75c .TEAM CRABS . . 1.80 EDIUM SHRIMP . . 69 fresh Fillets HADDOCK 39 ILD BAY SHRIMP SEASONING said i MSII oniy aoout .o per cent ol ave- j 4.000 cans of fruit and vegetables six children himsell. The j Kontestants muss file entries ] rage purchases for new crop but for the S-Uvtio" *rmv larder Davises decided yesterday morning ' with county agents by August 1. ' 1.500 bushels more than the first They plan "to collect 'raw edibles I FOK TO UK ELECTRICAL REPAK WOK Md HOUSE W*MG SEC HARRY TINNEY 12 Hamilton Are. Phone 1M1 Regular 50c Value PRO-PHY-LAC-TIC TOOTH BRUSH And 25c Pro-Pby-Lac-Tic DRESSING COMB For Limited Time Only: M. G A B Y Suntan Lotion SI Bottle 89 SOcCONTI 39 LARVEX Moth Spray SI Pint 79 FORHANS 39 AMOLIN Deodorant Cream Large 49 We reserve the right to Utalt quantities and refuse to sell to dealers. IRONIZED YEAST TABLETS $1.00 Hot of £0 83 AGAROL For Constipation Pint Bottle $1.50 Value $1.19 1 SQUIBB MINERAL OIL 75c Pint 69 SPECIAU 25° Berkeley Double-Edge R A Z O R BLADES TODAY Thru SATURDAY Pack Of 18 13 Double-Faeed, Plain Side and Shaving and Make-Up MIRRORS Metal Frame Easel For Standing or Hanging 39c Value 28c For WARM Summer DAYS 8-Inch KOLDAIR Non-Oscillating: ELECTRIC PANS Quiet motor. JJb dio interference. With Protect i'onr Eyes From Harmful Rays of the Sun POLAROID DAY GLASSES Keeps y o u r eyes cool and comfortable by shutting o u t harmful rays. · Keeps Liquids Cold or Hot THERM-A-JUGS By Knapp-Monarch A new. lighter weight jug with quality insulation. Keeps contents cold or hot. Gallon Size Plain Top ... .95 OUTING NEEDS Kieen Paper Forks, 12's lOc "" ~ _ . -- . - . _ _ Molded to fit head per- Kleen Paper Plates, 9-Inch 10c'~" Hudson Paper Napkins, SO's 13c Cold Drink Paper Cups, 8 ? s lOc Glassip Cellophane Straws 15c Reynolds Aluminum Wrap 33c the f e c 11 y. c r e a s e s or heavy r e i n- forcements. Assorted Sizes 49 BOWL COVER S E T S Set of five covers, made of pliant plastic with elastic opening. 35c Value Set of 5 28 EOPLES* STORES PHONE 1218 100 N. MARKET ST. PHONE 605 18 W. PATRICK ST. Lucky Tiger HAIR* TONIC 51.00 Dottle 87 BARBASOL Brushless SHAVE .50c C'Tube FRESH Deodorant CREAM 43c 59c Colgate Dental CREAM Giant rube 41 Get Rid of Insect Pests QUICKLY With A PERFECTION Aerosol Insecticide Containing- Pyreneme plus DDT 98 ... in a disposable container! CLEAN. OXE HAND OPERATION--Ready for instant use -- Fin- Scrtip contro I-Simply press button. Equivalent to I 1 ; gallons of old fashioned insecticide. It Helps Fight Fatigue and Tailors Your Figure CHESTERFIELD SUPPORTER BELTS Made by Johnson Johnson T h i s comfortable- wearing, soft-textured support helps improve posture,. aids oetter muscular co - ordination, helps the individual to "keep on his toes." Properly supports both abdomen and spine in cases such as low bach strain. $ 3.50 FOUNTAIN FEATURES AMERICAN (Cheddar Cheese), SLICED EGG, CRISP LETTUCE On Whole Wheat Bread Try this delicious sandwich for a ivholesoine nutritional lunch. Fresh and tasty, toast- sd or plain bread. 30 Salad, Tomato on Rye Bread 20c Old Fashioned JLemonade lOc 8-OZ. CAN LARGE ASSORTMENT OF OTHER SEAFOOD CLEANED READY FOR THE PAN FRUiT AMD VEGETABLES OUNTY BEANS . . . * lOc .OCAL RED BEETS 3 ^ ^ 29 RISP CABBAGE . . 3 12 ING CHERRIES . . . ^ JEWELITii INVIGORATOR COMB BRUSH SET By Prophylactic The new -* ite InvigoratorJ^ provides e x t r a bristle surface. 4.45 PRO-PHY-LAC-TIC JEWELITE CLUB BRUSH and COMB SETS For Only *3.45 Williams AQUA VOTA Keep Hair Healthy and Well Groomed With V E N I D A to for HAIR PREPARATIONS CREME SHAMPOO . . . Doubic-purpose. contains Lanolin. Helps lubricate as you cleanse. Gentle, effective. HAIR LACQUER PADS . . . Handy little pads saturated with Hair Lacquer sc any time, any place an .orderly hairdo. H A I R LACQUER ... Glamorous finish for any hairdo. Lends a beautiful lustre, keeps ends in place. HAIR CREME . . . Fine oils and Lanolin in a creamy lotion for men and women. Encourages a healthy scalp. 59 C Each Real Hair Nets 20C 25C Nylon Hair Nets lOc For After Shaving Cools, cleanses, f r e s h - ? ens the skin. : Zippy Aqua , r j V e l v a . . . ·.'.. mildly scent- ··' ed. ; iil 50c Size i;!-, 43 ATTEXTIOX Certain Toilet Preparations. Lnrsage, Billfolds, etc., and Jewelry subject to 20% tax under Federal Internal Revenue Act effective April 1, 1944. Alarm Clocks retailing at not more than S5.00 and Watches retailing at not more than S65.00 subject to W c tax.all others taxed 20 Tc- EmL MBIilMI Today Through Saturday CHIT! CREAM After-Dinner MINTS 29c Ponnd 23 JORDAN ALMONDS IVhoie almond nut :r.eats coated with colorful crackling sugar candy. 89c Pound 59 Colorfnl, Tasty FROSTY PEAKS Creamy wafer - like candy topped with colorful jelly drops , . sugar dipped. 29c Pound 24 -······^^^^^^·^^^·^··········H Sensational! New! STA-NEET INSECTICIDES 25c FLl'JL With DDT, Pint THE HANDY FAMILY HOME BARBER Sensational, new STA-NEET'S exclusive "MAGIC KNOB" adjusts instantly to cut. trim, thin or shape hair with professional neatness. Shaves legs and under-arms. too. Ideal for keeping boys' and girls' hair looking neat and well-groomed all the time. PETEK3IAXS DISCOVERY With DDT. Pint 43c APEX 3IOTH CAKES 3-Oanee Size 33c 35c RAT ROACH PASTE. Tube 29c P.D.S. BEDBUG KHJLER Pint Size 35ci ONLY SAVE WITH STA-NEET Now the entire family can get a complete haircut at home for only a few pennies each. Try STA-NEET--it's easy, it's fast, it's fun! Just turn the MAGIC KXOB to adjust and change the blade ... no bolts, no nuts, no ?crev.-s. Get one for every member of the family; Grow Better Roses With P E S T M A S T E R 3-ES 7 -l ROSE T R E A T M E N T Ponnd Size S S 1.75 Beautiful roses are novr- easv to gro-.v -n-ith this one fof- mulatjon' Stimulates and promotes growih beside Jailing ruinous insects. ft Be Fat! V R.D.X. helps you to control your appetite... V R.D.X. tablets contain no : V harmful drugs... R.D.X. makes reducing more pleasant... SPECIAL SALE Today Thru Saturdav 6c WILL ROGERS OR DC Palraa Villa C I G A R S 6'°'25° $ 2.00 Box Of 50 COMBINATION OFFER Two I5c Packs of £± HICKORY PIPE MIXTURE 30c Value BOTH FOR 15 TRY THE R. D. X. REDUCING PLAN Ask yoisr doctnr the wonderful new K.D.X. ttblrti wfrtihrr you xhov reduce, NEW- SAVE MONEY! Aik for the N«w ECONOMY SIZE. Sovtt you 10% BICYCLE PLAYING CARDS C Deck SALUTE ALARM CLOCKS 1.98 Pins Tax FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES Fresh Stock "if- INEWSPA'PERf

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