The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 15, 1948 · Page 16
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July 15, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 16

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»* , M4.. _£_ IS. Conference Of Parents. Teachers Colltc* Park. J»ily 1* M^--Dr. I JtaJpai JftDoaald of. Washington: ttaay tol^i the surarser conference j at flM Maryland Congress of Far- eat* and Teachers, "it is impossible ; ~t» b« a food citizen of the United; StatM without being a good citizen «£ the -world.- i About 190 delegates from 21. counties are registered for the three-day session oa the University of Maryland campus. McDonald is world citizenship; chairman of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers. Addressing the conference, he :ited three ways by which Assers- j*n» can carry out their duties as world citizens. 1. By working for a sound education program which will provide ihildren with background for par- icipation ia world affairs: 2. By individual aid so needy ersons overseas: 5. By exerting influence or. the Toreign policies of the U. S. Gov- trnsseat. Durisg his talk. McDonald said he would rate Maryland among the top six states in recent advances in the field of education. "However." he said, "it is a mistake io assume the state is provid- int adequate education. . . If ·«·« keep on the present road, we -*-iIi soon have it." McDonald's -address was the highlight of today's program for the conference, which winds up tomorrow. Earlier, seminars were held to gigc^ p-obiesas facing parents ^^ teachers. KECXIOX DATE SET Fort Meade. July 14 'JPi--Vet- erans of the 24;h Infantry Division will hold their first convention and reunion in Baltimore, August 1314. Second Army headquarters announced today. New Case Machinery V A 0 Tractors HEAVY DITTY Disc Harrows LOW-\VHEEL Rubber-tired Wagons 2-BOTTOM Tractor Plows BAKER'S 252 West Patrick St. Phone 1423 FOR RENT Used Car or Farm Machinery Lot Located on South Court Street next to the Municipal Free Parking Ground. Up to 14.500 sq. ft. available. This is an excellent location for the sale of newer used cars. Farm Machinery or simUiar products. Immediate possession. Apply G. M. Chapline. Phone 1019-J. Fuel Oil Shortage Whq Stick Your Neck Out ? BURN RICE ANTHRACITE COAL ITS PLENTIFUL and CHEAP e*n h«v* % £fedrtcFurnoe; c Man INSTALLED IMMEDIATELY · It states fhe fire, regulaftt fh» drcftt, removes ~ the *in»r. Keeps your home warm and com- fortibte. and it burns rice coal which is *iw*ys pter.Htu! end cheap. o p t o 5 0 % o f F u e ! O i l B i i I favtitlgafe today -- end your Hgme Heating Worries Forever* CULLER HEFFNER 7th and East St. PHONE 108 and ol ASHINGTOX D. C. e--every .... , *· ----- -- -o-- -· h be glad to serve you. RATES Daily end Sundcy Stindoy only For Home Delivery Phone Joseph A. Boone e/o Hahn's Gas Station Frederick 1575 S1.20 a SI- 30 5-San. mo. 90c o month pcr etpy Check First With The Finest WINTER AIR CONDITIONING OIL FURNACE HEATS FILTERS CIRCULATES HUMIDIFIES The General Automatic gives Winter Air Conditioning at its finest-- Compact, single unit 3 sizes to fit every need Designed for max imum efficiency Built for long life If you want the convenience ol automatic oil heat and the comfort of winter air conditioning ··GENERAL AUTOMATIC checks First With The FINEST *Humidifiers at extra cost Save Oil · Save Money Let us check up on the operating efficiency of your present burner--on-the-spot tests under actual operating conditions We'll give you a "Plain-Language" efficiency rating and give you practical rec- commendations on how to save monev. MERHL F. WACHTER 419 North Market St. Phone 201 PLUMBING -- HEATING FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY SPORT'SHIRTS each 2 for $3-50 A f i n e s e l e c t i o n t o c h o o s e f r o m . Whites, Plains, Patterns--Long Sleeves, Short SSeeves. Small, Medium, Large. BATHING TRUNKS Nationally advertised swim trunks that formerly sold at S3.95. Wool and satin. All sizes. M E N ' S H O S E Dress and Work Socks. ./I Whites, Plains, Fancies. Large Assortment, Ladies' ouse mK-m^i i * - 4 ' f t :·£*- : -: 'm-^f ·--i fe :! ; i:-,« -'-': : .f* ? ' I ^. · J £ 14. . i- «·' ' " ** , f : M^-l^/^ v: : ,;:«,,: -V "*, i~. : % .··.:··**, '.--.·*.··· .'if f i £i§ '·:.-*..'· ? fs. " $ i? · fc'fj Cool S u m m e r H o u s e Dresses at a H o t S u r p l u s B a r g a i n P r i c e . P l a i n Colors and P a t t e r n s . Sizes 12 to 52 28 Bassti^^j*^ - "" We Will Not Be Undersold -- We Will Meet Any .Price liTTown NEWSPAPER!

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