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rc*f Jr. Red Cross Report Made F*e«cric*. MIL, Friday. July is. i9«g. s econ i Installment Atomic Commission Of Md. Income Tax Due Clear* Dr. Condon Ann»poiis. Juiv is «,--About 1 50 000 Marylander? should have 'Washington, July 13 ;/P,--After kept a ,j ale W jtjj the State by to- a double check, the Atomic i^g^t, it from and his *nnu*l report 01 the unit, Mrs. Petrott chairman. acceptea at a k of the ^3*-^ of Standard. a stem- Mr*. Richard Xallin, chapter president presided at the meeting held at the Y. M. C. A. and well attended. Volunteers continue to pile up hours of service in the Red Cross peacetime program, the production report for the past Jiree rsjnths indicated. An average cf 25 volunteers were engaged in sewing and knitting projects and gave a total of 1.6S9 hours in that period The local chapter also shows an increasing case load in its Korre Service report with 130 handled SR three months. Veterans srd m ! '.:- tarv personnel continue a major nuinber of the recipients of various forms of help. The Junior Bed Cross report listed the following accomplishments October: 453 gift boxes filled in 21 schools for shipment abroad ar.d distribution at Christmas. 20 cribbage boards sent to_Xe» ton D Bak- cr Hospital. November: 45 schools contributes S530.03: for Hallowe'en. 559 party hats. 166 tray covers. 55 sccre pads 48 favors sent to Xev.-ton D Baker Hospital: 50 menu covers lor use in an Array Camp: 100 tray covers to Frederick Memorial Hospital: r.5 tray covers and favors with candy to Emergency Hospital. December: to Newtor. D. Baker Hospital 400 Christmas favors. 200 trav covers, tree decorations: to Frederick Memorial Hospital. 100 tray covers: to Emergency Hospital. lOO" trav covers and car.dy: 53 staff- yj toys made in "Liberty school and 42 in Middletown: 1 album prepared in Adarnstcr.vn school and sent to a school in Hawaii and or=c terests of the atomic energy program " Months ago. Condon came under fire irons a subcommittee oi the House Corr.r.i.ttee on Un-American activ;t:es It called him one of the weakest nation's had ass?~.a'.ed w.th a iUipected sty Condon vigorously Easter: to Nev.-tc-n D. Ease oitaL 305 tray covers. 8 scrap books. 69 crossword pu;zle cards: to Frederick Memorial. 114 tray covers, to Emergency. 117 tray covejs: to Rosewood Training school, taster favors and baskets Eome nursing: 19 students received certificates in Tnursnont High School and 22 in Frederick High. . , Accident prevention: S scnools used material. June: 150 Fourth of July tray covers to Newton B. Baker and S scrap books. In first aid work 10 certificates were awarded in classes conducted by Lt Charles Magaha. of the State Police, lor the \ r W Atn- atom:c secur.ty ard charged that he j?_ _ __ _ der.ed the committees accusat.ons and demanded a hearing None nas bee-; c et by the Hou*e group Meanwhile, daring the per:od when the Vcm.c Energy Commiss:on was re.'.ver,.-a::ns his security clearance. CDndon \oluntart'y agreed to restrict his sctiv.ties sr.d contacts so he would require no new atomic information Among the material exarnr.ed by the corrsm.ssion before reaching the dec.5-on announced today ·A ere reports on tv. o investigations carried out by the Federal Bureau cf In-, estimation The FBI interviewed more than 300 persons in the course of :t .no.uir.es. the ccmmiss.on reported. 60S POLIO CASES Ha!e;gh. X. C. July 15 ,?-- Xorth Carolina's poho ep.demio reached a total of 608 cases for the year todjy vsth the report of 24 r.e-.v casei to the State Board of Health The total was 67 cases below the 675 reported :n 1935 and 270 below 378 reported in 1944--the two most severe polio epidemic years :n sta:e history So far this v-eek 124 new outbreaks have beer, resorted. There were 40 yesterday. 32 Tuesday and 23 on Monday. deadline for those who lake caie of their tax in quarterly payments The books list about 315.000 taxpayers, cf whom some 50 000 are paying tip ihe less painful way. Last year, one official stid. about 30,000 of the 2S5000 taxpayers chose the quarterly method. Msiibag!- have b*en pilins up ir: the State office building here for *he la r t few days, but the heaviest load is expected tomorrow. Payments are on time if the envelope i* postmarked before midn'gh* to- nisht The State already has collected alir.o't 515 000.00-3 "in 1947 taxes Receipts during the fiscal ear vibich ended June 30 totaled $15.595 850. including overdue pa bents, the income tax division re- oorted KOCKVILLE MAX ROBBED A Rockvsile farmer told Montgomery county police Wednesday ni§ht he v.'ss robbed of S245 by three men with whom he had hitchhiked a ride to Washington. Charles F. Ricketts said he was picked up by the men on Viers Mill road between Rockville and Silver Spring about 10 p. m Shortly thereafter, he added, one of the men jabbed a hard object against his ribs and said. ' Hand over your money." He ri.d, Ricketts stated, and then left the automobile. It was a creen sedan with a, gray top and Washington license plates, he reported. He described his assailants as all in their 20"s and a!! v. earing white shirts One. he said, was called "Skippy" by h.s companions'. GRAXGE MEETS Ballenger Grange met in the Community Hall July 9 with the Worthy Master presiding. It was decided to have a food ALREADY SOLD O*T Annapolis. July 15 it?--The Navy sai3 as usual today that its football classic with Army is in effect a sellout already. Mailing out applications for tickets tor the 1948 i-7-n. the Xavil .at-demy Athle' \5socia- tioti «rnitted any f*r t*-e Army game in Philadelphia X:A\ 27. ' This action is necessary," the Association said, "because the number of tickets available is def-: initely limited and i; not sufficient i to provide undergraduates o£ the V. S. Naval Academy and other dues paying members with more than a bare minimum." was given at Mt. St. Mary's and St. Joseph's Colleges, Emmitsburg: classes are being conducted at the City Pool by Jack Griffin, and Helen "Hersperger. Brunswick Y poo! by Philip Dixon: Norman Thompson July 17 will complete- a course at the Aquatic School at WesI Vir- PUBLIC SALE c ^ to quahfy to teach safety classes at the D.ggs pool VUsi . WALTER SNOW OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined -- Glasses Fitted 41 North Market St. Phone 835 » PU3LIC S-AJLE «. Selling the home where I now live IE and raovinsj to a smaller place. I'm of- ·» ferins at Public Sale on ·r SATURDAY. JULY 17 ^_ ^.t 1 "° M-. The Follow-JEK Itcn«: ^ £=ame!ci kitchen rar.se. Florence oil ... range, kitcccn table and four chairs. x. 3dtchen cabinet, oak dinsr-.E room table ·K aad S chairs, oak buffet. 3-piece Uv- » ing room suite, oak hiyary teKe. oak bedroom suite, double iron -ed anti » springs, single iron tsad. waln-c^ chssT _, of drawers, cik drEs=r. = ixrge arm ZT chairs, hand vacuuin cleaner, star.es. ,», mirrors. 2 chums, pans, dishes. 2 five- ». gat stoae jsrs. fix-e gal. copper kettle, _, bucket-a-da-r stove, batchenng tools ir.- i» eluding 3 iron kettles ar.d scalder. 2 single shovel plo-.vs. double sho\el -_ plow, l one-horse and 1 two-horse barshear alow, corn coverer. hay mow" " er. 3 faeaw tow chi-ns. - one-horse _, -watons. one on rubber, other cr. steel: home-made Ford tractor. Sears gar-^ den tractor, ana other articles too nu- _- merous to Election. * TEHilS--Cash. Take first cou^trv rosd to right o5 ** Dual Eichwav. then follow arrows "· LT7THSR M. GILBEKT. * Xear Old Braddock "" ' Joseph J^- Keeder. Auci. ~ I.. F. Holter. Clerk _ _ PtTSLiC SALE " OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE * Pursuant to the Power of Sale con" tained in the last Vill and Testament of Ella J. Swomley. recorded air.ong " the Will Records ;ri the office of the Register o£ Wills for Freier.ck Covin- tv. dated June 25. 1S45. ar.d sn Order ~ of the Orphans' Court for Frederick "" Counly. dated J-ur.e 21. 194S. the un"" dersisned Sxecutor uin .iiicr at public sale at the Court House Door IT-. ~ rredericfc. Maryland, on SATCHDAY. THE 24TH, DAY OF JULY. 1943. *" at the hour of eleven o'clock, a. m. all the foilowins desc^ibei real estate of -K-hich the sasd Ella J. SvvomJey died seized and possessed, to-wit: AH that real estate consisting oi two farcss SjTiig cont-gaous to each oiher, containing 27S acres, more or 3ess. unproved *.v;th twelve-room stone znaosion bo-se tvrlh electr.oty. slate roof, outside bake o-. en. stone ·wood shed with slate roof. :cc house ·with slate roof, stone dairy bam with Elate roof, stone meat hoose ar.d \vash- ^ house combined, -aitii slate roof. ^ frame banfc bscrn tcith slate roof, sire ,, SOLOS'. co=tair_ng CO stanch.ons and ^ equipped for Baltimore market, con_ crete block dairy house, two cn:ckc-5 bouses, nog pen ar.d v.agon sr.ed distance rro:r. the rr.3ns-.on there is also E wagon shes snd chicken house There is reseneS from th^ troo- eity and sale an electric water aurr.o, tani: and Columbian o:l t/urnir.s f.oor furnace This tract of !and has about 65 acres pasture. 55 acres woodland anc" the balance tillable Title de«ds to the abo\e described property being as follows. (1) Deed from Barker Xeli: JoIIuTe. Assignee, to r..:sha C S^orr-'sy uho predeceased the sa.d E"a J. Swonj- ley) and Ella J SwoniTev. as jo-.nt tenants, dated May 29 IS29. snc recorded in Liber Xo 370. folio 44: *.-,, one of the Land Records for Freder- icS County. (2) The second parcel described in a deed from Clayton O Xeedy and Edward S. DeZaoiame. Trustees, to Elisha C. Swom!ey r-s-ho predeceased EQa J Swom!ey} and El'.a J S-- om- ley. as joint tenants, dated December 14. 1922. and recorded ;n Liber Xo. 340. folio 5S3. one of the Lan-i Records for Frederick County. Terms of saje -- Cash or. dav of sale or upon rstincation thereof by ths Court. A. deposit of S2.00000 v.;ll be required of the purchaser on day of ANTIQUE SALE! Rare Antique Furniture, China and Glassware DRESDEN-MEISSEN-GAUDY WELSH 75 pcs. tea leaf luster -- 75 pcs. ironstone china. MONDAY, JULY 19,1948 STARTING AT 9:30 A. M. SHARP Sale to be held at Frizellburf:, Maryland, 3 miles Xorth of Westminster. "Vlaryland on Route No. 32. Flcase prtjv.re to come early and stay late as this is a large 5 sale. Lunch Will Be Served: CALVIN ZEPP, Owner. STERL T NG BLACKSTEN and CALVIN ZEPP. Auctioneers. PRIVATE SALE By virtue of an order of the Orphans" Court of Frederick County. Maryland, the undersigned Administratrix of the estate of Leroy Jones. late of Frederick County. Maryland, deceased, will receive sealed bids for the purchase of the merchandise, stock in tmdc and fixtures tor DoMic's Diner, located at No. 63 South Market Street, Frederick City, together with the good-will. Class B beer license and all subsisting rights tinder a lease for said premises. All bids to be submitted in writing on or before July 22. 194S. and mailed to Francis Petrolt. Attorney at Law, 26 West Patrick Street. Frederick, Maryland. The risrht is reserved to reject any or all bids by said Adminis- tratrix. TERMS OF SALE--CASH upon acceptance of an approved bid. ANNA F. JONES. Administratrix FRANCIS PETROTT, Attorney State To Retain Former Solomons Naval Base Solomons. July 13 3--State officials tentatively dec-hied today to retain the former naval base here as a conservation-training area State Engineer John B Funk said after a conierence of department chiefs tnat the group ' carce to a tentative decisjon" to keep several buildings in operation. Facilities may be prepared. Funk j^:d for 300 Maryland teachers and students to study conservation practice at the base. The 177-acre i:te at the mouth of the Patuxent river was purchased from the Navy last year for S3 000 and much of its equipment has been carted off by State agencies for other uses Funk has been ;n charge of the salvage work He and representatives of the De-pirtrr.er.t of Education and Correction, the Road= Conirnii^ion j-nd conservation agencies inspected the ;.te this morn;ng -Aith an ee to future disposition of the wartime installations Subject to the approval of the Boaid of Public Works, Fun* said. tne group decided to retssn school buiid:ngs, a portion of the iiifirm- sry and a building now used as a Stats prison camp during salvage operations Other plans for future use of the base are "still under discussion." Funk said ARABY W. S. C. S. The W S. C S of Araby held its meeting July 12 at the parish hall with Mrs Harry Lintoi as hostess The nseeting was opened by Mrs. Merman R:c« v. ho had charge of devotions The meeting opened by AI:TO GLASS I N S T A L L E D Frederick Paint Glass Store i33 North .Market St., Frederick, Md. Possession to be given subject to tenant's rights. Taxes to be adjusted to day of sale Cost of conveyancing and federal t«ver.ue stamps at the expense of the purchaser. FARMERS A^TD MECHANICS NATIONAL BANK OF FRED- XRICK, A BODY CORPORATE, Executor. William K. Storm. Attorney. V. Oran^Hooper, Auctioneer On account of lack of sufficen! space. I will sell at my residence on East Broadwsv. Union Bridge. Maryland, on TUESDAY. JULY 27. 194S AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. SHARP. D. S. T. UNUSUAL COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE FURNITURE Glass and china. GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK, walnut class door comer cupboard. 2 pine irlass door corner cupboards, cherry chest cf drawers, walnut solid end chest of drawers, walnut cottage btirean. cherry sewing table with 2 drawers, vralnnt whatnot with 6 shelves, walnut lift top desk, square pine stand, extra large walnut deep framed mirror, several pine blanket chests, lot of poster hed5. several school masters* pizse desks. Empire davenport '.small*. 6 kitchen sinks, kitchen safe (tall. pine-, pie cupboard. 60 chairs in sets and single, 3S yards rainbow- carpet, excellent condition. A FINE LOT OF GLASS AND CHINA Lamp bases. Rayo lamps, large amount of pattern jrlass. number of covered compotes including cut log: pattern, block and thumb-print celery holders, amber wine set. lot goblets, different designs; old Presidential badges, fans, numerous old bottles and old inkwells, pewter pieces, ironware, crockery, everything: anyone could expect to find in country antique shop, many rare items not listed. TERMS--Cash in full on day of sale. Lunch on Premises by Church PAUL E. OGLE, Owner UNION BRIDGE. MD. Sale Conducted By EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer Frederick, Md. RAYMOND L. KELLY. Clerk the group singing. "The Beautiful Harden of Prayer." Call to worship silent prayer, conclusion of prayer lel by Mrs. Rice: hymn, "Faith of Our Father:" Scripture reading, by Mrs. Hice followed by meditation read by Mrs. Doris Sines Seventeen members responded to tne roll call. The pig was won by Mrs. Bessie Rise. Meeting was closed with the benediction. Refreshments were served by Mrs. L:r.ton. Next meeting will be he:d the first Monday August 2. at the parish haii with Mrs. Florence L;ghtbov/n as hostess. WCODSBORO W. C. T. U- Mrs. Edward Bixier, New W:r.d- sor. was guest speaker oa, "Patriot- ;sm." before the Woodsboro W. C. · T. U.. July meeting Tuesday, at the hosie of Mrs. John Fogle. New Midway. The speaker fervently stressed necessity of putting world brother- hoed above mere love of nat.ve land An informal discussion zol- lo-Aed the talk. }Siss Kanet Barrick was :n charge of devotions assisted by Mrs Emmert Rice and Rev. Elmer Sch.Idt. Musical numbers were presented in group singing, vocal and instrumental numbers by the Rice Trio Approximately 20 persons were present including children. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dudrow invited the Grange to meet at their home on July 23. The lecturer's hour opened with i very interesting talk by Captain Albert Cutsail. entitled "Provide For The Future" Closing song "America The Beautiful" The meeting was adjourned until July 23rd. NEW L U M B E R Siw*d to order Also 2x4. 2x6, 2sS Boards Odd Lots ",i Price FORD CAR Phone Frederick 723-M E L E C T R I C A L W I R I N G Residential. Commercial and Industrial FIXTURES OF ALL TYPES AND REPAIR WORK HARRY TINNEY 12 Hamilton Ave. Phone 1601 FOR SALE Dairy Farm 235 Acres Located on State road U. S. 15 about 5 miles North of Frederick. Md. 40 cow dairy barn--Washington Market--2 silos and other adequate farm buildings. AH tillable land can be farmed with tractor. 60 acres of blue crass meadow-land. large shaded stream running through farm. Other improvements arc--Modern brick mansion home. J4 rooms, bath, slate roof, oil hent. Beautifull} landscaped. Tenant house. 6 rooms, electricity, running water in kitchen. This is one of the best farms in Frederick County. Very reasonably priced, and owner will finance. M. D. HARP REAL ESTATE AGENCY Phythian Castle Building Frederick, Maryland Phone 729 GORDON" SPURRIER, Broker F.es. Phone 544-M HOWARD S. FHO Res. Phone 22.' Rep. Try a Bank Money Order If you do not carry a checking accc ,r", try · sending a Bank Money Order when the occasion arises. Bank Money Orders are safe, convenient and inexpensive, and are for sale at this Dank. Frederick County National Bank OF FREDERICK NO. 1 NORTH MARKET STREET Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DOG OWNERS BUY YOUR LICENSE BY JULY 31, 1948 The law provides a fine of from 520.00 to S100.00 on any owner ff a dog. six months of age or over, which is not licensed after July 1, 194S. Licenses available at: County Treasurer's Office, Frederick. Maryland. You can fill in this form and mail Sl.OO for Male or Spayed Female. 52.00 for Female. SIO.CO for Kenns! (not more than 25i. S20J)0 for Kennel more than 255. to James H. Falk. Connty Treasurer. Frederick, and your license will be mailed to you. COUNTY TREASURER, FREDERICK. MARYLAND. Please send me tag for iny dog described as follows: Owner Postoffice Election District . . Male Female . A^e .. Spayed Breed Name If doc is not six months of age by July 1. 194S. license must he bought when dog becomes six months old. Failure to buy your nog license will mean not only your arrest, but your dog may be picked up and impounded. The license does not gire the dog the right to trespass on anyone's property without the permission of the owner. I have been instructed by the Co. Commissioners io withhold enforcement of the DOS: Law until Julv 31, 1948. Dog owners are requested to place tags on dogs for identification purposes. GUT ANDERS Sheriff ol Frederick County New Post-War Peak In Wholesale Price* Washington, July 15 i£) -- The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported s. uew post-war peak in wholesale prices during the week ended Jufy 10th. A new index of 300 corr.modities hit ihe post-war high of 166.3 .per cent of the 1925 average. That was I 2 per cent above four weeks ago and 12.5 per cent above the corresponding week of a year ago Farm products declined 0 6 per A Complete Vacation at l cent during th« week, led by sharp- I ly lower prices on corn, oats and i wheat. On the average farm pro- i ducts were 1.3 per cent above four , weeks ago aad 10 per cent above a ' year ago. A\ - erage food prices in- ! lelti*trt's i All-Stttl ' StrtMlintr S. S. BAY 1ELLE ItTTItTOM j-.iir.m. creased 0 7 per cent during th week. Food prices averaged 2.8 pe cent above four weeks ago 11.8 · year ago. Cop* May, N. X Cod . itea Ln»0 kui. MCO.NUCHTS . 12. U«« *;JO. Sack j - ^watts - Srw y SstfeirariJIC- lottos fas sf-jttH. Ka. «z 3 yxxc WILSON fW *. 1:5* St. LINE MO FOR RENT 5 Modern Offices Downtown location within a block of Court House and Square. Large parking area for occupants and their clients. All offices are modern and ren^e in size from 2 rooms containing about 375 sq. ft., to 4 room's containing: about 800 sq. ft. All have private toilet facilities and excellent ventilation. Available in about 60 da^s. Apply: G. 5L Chapline, Phone 1019-J. Listing 4-Bedroom All-Brick Dwelling JFof Sale In Frederick's best restricted residential section nr. park area. Immediate poss. of this splendid home with a fir. plan to meet any of your needs and these features:--Tiled bath and pwdr. rm., larger than average liv. rm., fireplace, din. rm.. full "Swanco" cabinet kitchen with stainless steel tops, full concrete bsmt., fempered-air F. O. (filtered) heat, 80 gat G. E. hot waier heater, laundry tubs, copper pipe throughout, copper spouting, Morgan Gold seal metal channel windows. You'll agree it is quality built. x CONVENIENT TO ALL SCHOOLS AND TO URBAN BUS Priced for Immediate Sale NED §. ZEILER 102 North Court St. Frederick, Md. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE MEDFORO Medford, Carroll County, Maryland. Stie Ko^d Rt. 31, 3 miles Sooth uj ^Vesttninster on New Windsor Road, along the Western fcxiT^ Railroad. SATURDAY, JULY 17 At 9 o'clock sharp the following' valuable Antiques and Modern Furnitvre will be sold: CHINA. BRIC BRAC ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR GAS STOVES. GASOLINE STOVES. OIL STOVES DINING ROOM. LIVING ROOM AND BED ROOM FURNITURE BREAKFAST SS^S A *,QT OF BABY CHICKS WILL BE SOLD AT 1 O'CLOCK PLEASE COME EARLY AS THIS IS A LARGE SALE WINTER'S CHURCH WILL SERVE LUNCH HOMER SNTDER, Auctioneer. PAUL GREEN, Clerk. VXU H. HUGHES -- Owner S POBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE APARTMENT BUILDING AND ADJACENT LAND IN FREDERICK CITY The undersigned. Executor of the Last Will and Testament of G- Nevin Rehert. late of Frederick County, Maryland, by virtue of the power and authority contained in the Last Will and Testament of the said G. Nevin Rebert. deceased, and an order of the Orphan's Coart of Frederick Connty, Maryland, dated June 14, 194S. will offer for sale on the premises at 1005 Motter Avenue in Frederick City. Frederick County, Maryland, on SATURDAY, .JULY 17.1048 AT 10:00 A. M. (D. S. T.I four acres, three roods and thirty-six square perches of land, more or less, together with the buildings and improvements thereon, located on the West side of Motter Avenue in Frederick City and Connty. Maryland, known as 1005 Motter Avenue of which G. Nevin Rebert, died seized and possessed, by virtue of a Deed from H. Kieffer DeLauter, Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Samuel A. Lewis, deceased, to G. Nevin Rebert and Naomi S. Rebert. his wife, (the said Naomi S. Rebert having predeceased the said G. Nevin Rebert). which Deed is dated the 6th day of May. 1937. and recorded in Liber 407. Folio 192. one of the Land Records for Frederick Connty. This property, is surrounded on three sides by certain lands owned by Hood College and faces Staley Park. It is improved by a large modern apartment dwelling containing six apartments, five of which are now rented, the cross rentals from these five amounting to the sum of S305.00 per month; the sixth apartment is the first floor apartment formerly occupied by the owner and has been reserved from rental by the undersigned for occupancy by the new owner or for rental-by such new owner. The five apartments now rented are ·well furnished, each apartment beins equipped with an electric stove and an electric refrigerator and other furnishings necessary for the renting cf furnished apartments. In addition, a new- automatic oil heating plant had been recently installed by the owner which operates cheaply and efficiently and the entire property offers excellent investment possibilities. Details of the proposed sale may be ascertained by an examination of the complete advertisement published in The News on Thursday, Jnly 15. 194S. At the conclusion of the sale of the real estate, there will be offered for sale one recently purchased Briggs Stratton power mower used in connection with the premises and one refrigerator and stove used by the owner in his occupancy of the first floor apartment, together with a few other miscellaneous items of personal property used by the owner in connection with the premises. For further information contact the undersigned at 16 South Market Street, Frederick, Maryland, telephone 1927-W. PHILIP NEVIN REBERT, Executor NULL and XULL. Auctioneers ROBERT E. CLAPP, JR., Attorney LEARN BEAUTY CULTUR and ftirn iriy moM«»i Finest training; in aU phases of Beaufy Culture Day or f eveninj: classes. Individual instruction. SPECIAL LOW RATES Small Enro'lrernt Fee APPROVED FOR VETS fnder G. JL B:!l of XtW SUMMER CLASSES NOW _ FORJIIXG 1 55.00 EQrciljnent Fer Approi ed for G. 1. Training For Information Phone Frederick 47S-B Or Write ' Frederick Beauty School, Inc. 12 S. Market St., Fred'ick, Md Robert E. Lee Hotel Bldr. (Advert AAA FIDGET RACES TONIGHT AT GROVE Xew Low Admission Prices Effect for Tonishfs Gaia Mid get Races on Williams Grov Speedway. 1:I: m Kew low admission prices becomi effective tonight for the AAA mid get auto races on the WILXIAJU GROX'E SPEEDWAY despite th« fact that the best neld of csrs and drivers presented this season wil compete in the gala program oJ srrall car races. Headliners for tonight's program scheduled to get under way at 8:13 D. m . include: MARK LIGHT--AST GOTTIEB --TOMMY MEHRIKAX -- OTT: STIXE--HOSIER CLAYTOR--REE R ''J"«~»"'ir'iXT*! T T~(~ I T*T"V T T~*V" XJ'IC'PTJ -·· j -'_ t Lj'_T -J--"^ij \*t I_»ZV i !j I t J^--^--rl o I%JB SWAX--CECIL LASTER. and numerous jnore. A field cf 35 cars and drivers wil] be on hand for what promises tc be the best and most exciting midget car program yet presented on "the Ascot of the East." Events will include time trials for which Cottier last Friday night broke tha record, which stood since 1941. esj tablished by the late Tony WilJB man. Between 15 and 20 cars wil] start in the 25-lap feature race, qualifying in a series of exciting, speed-packed heat races. WA -- i S* fe _· CASH in a /T f j **~\ HURRY? Just Phone ^ | I Furnish us ·with a f i ! simnle facts--tell us how S t -4 much to set aside for yopL £j = "The money most likely 4- L- will be ready for you faypE^ 1-^ the time it will_take you |y f") to reach our osce. £| S25-00 to S300.00_ IDS W Patrick St- Phone 1270 BIDCHE BANTERS "M r ^»rx^ · AflD HfflCHERY FJ?A.r*LY GALS.! DONT GiVt A QUACK ABOUT NUTTIN' BABY CHICKS Top Quality CHICKS Will ts needed this year to meet Increased prediction costs Pro- ·iueir.3 Good Ch:cks is Our Business Maryiand - U S Approved Passed Hatchery TURKEY POULTS Broad breasted Bronze and White Holland Write Tor Catalogue and Latest Piiccs. CHICK HATCHERY JEWS PA PER I IFWSPA.PFJ

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