The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 17, 1948 · Page 6
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Frederick, Maryland
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Saturday, July 17, 1948
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Children Should Be Seen And Not Hurt Playgrounds TrolicWeek' This comlnj «e«k will be known ' as "Frolic Week" in Fr«S«rick't! Municipal playgrounds. It will be j dedicated to America's lather of; playgrounds. Joseph Lee In add:- j · tion to the piayinx of many of j i.e«"s favorite games all play- j grounds will join in a Skit Ni£bt; at Baker Park in his honor on j Thursday and in a playground'. jamboree and festival si Staley \ Park on Friday evening. | Frosram for the week is as fol- , lows: Monday morning 10 to 11, j story hour in the children's room j of the C. Burr Artz library; Mon- ] day afternoon following handicraft; all playgrounds will have skit prac- j tice for the Lee celebration; Mon-', day evening, rhythm band time in · Baker Park to vs. hich sU members' are urged to come to practice for * the concert later in the season. , Tuesday morn ig 10.30 to 11-30. j dance club a: Baker Park band j she!!; Tuesday morning is costume j i:me for Washington street play-j ground an! children who will take i part in the skit are tp wear cos- j tumes for inspection. Tuesday j morning 9 30. softbal! league games I is Bakeri^ark: Tuesday afternoon.! teea town meeting in Baker Park . following which a craft hour will be held. , Wednesday morning. rhythm j baad time at Fairgrounds and Mul-; linix Park; a!! parks will hax'e skitj practice Wednesday afternoon fol-' lowing craft; Wednesday evening, j tweensters dance at the band shell j in Baker Park from 7 to 8 and · tesnsters dance from S to 10 on the j cement tennis courts to the music; of Jerry Marrore - « Thursday's daytime activities« v, i;! be devoted to preparing for | "Skit Might" to be held at the band j shell af. seven o clock; all play- j grounds w:!! participate in this 1 annua! celebration of the found-, ing of American playgrounds some j 50 years ago during which each j one will present its own skit which j will be judged and sponsored by j members of the Business and Pro- i fessional Women's Club who will; ,,,, _,, , give awards for the following. I he \V CHincr classifications: playground w i t h (Al! time DST) greatest number of participants. Precipitation for 24 hours ending · stands but IT cases short of the' being around S15.000. according to skit having best performance. skit. at 3 a m. today--none. '· total outbreaksun 1935--the second revenue stamps Mr having most appropriate cost-am-- Precipitation. July to date-- 64' worst polio epidemic vear in the ing for characters portrayed, most of an !: , ch . state's fci«*ory ouistanding performer; · formal July precipitation. 3.97 Friday evening 8 30 to 10 30. teen ,inches; actual. July. 1947--4 36 , DEEDS RECORDED dance for Mullinix Park at Lincoln inches. I Deeds were recorded i" the High School. Friday evening be- Excess in 1348 precipitation to i clerk's office for the sale of sev- gmning at seven o'clock the youth :jui y i--5.41 inches. 'era! properties. Elite 'iav2::s. inc. Jamboree and festival will be held | High temperature yesterday--34; has sold to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer for all city children at Staley Park, High temperature a year ago--37; R- Glass a tract of about 100 acres fii honor of Joseph Lee: the pro- Low temperature last night--691 and improvements on the Thur- gram planned is expected to last! L(J . A . temperamre a year ago--70! u-eii over; an hour and wi. i be as | Condjtioa of rivers: Monocacy ', follows: interpretation of Tschai- . muddy at Buckeystown Dam; Poto- ' kowsky's "Nutcracker Suite D '! mac doudv at Knox-ille. Staley Park, patriotic jamboree, singing, dancing and drilling and Verdict Of Not i i Guilty Given i »' * George W. Hollaed, Germantown. Route 1. was' found not guilty ot t operating an automobile while un- ! cler the influence of liquor by Magistrate Manuel M Weinkerg in Po- , lice Court Friday n sht The magistrate ruled tha: ?he Maryland _ code s-ayms it ss unlawful to operate a motor vehicle " an where within the State" \\hile under the influence of alcohol or drugs act- . ually was intended, in recodifica- tion. to mean "anj'^heie. on public highways, within the State " Holland \vas arrested by Officer Denver Shook. !a:e Tuesda night. . in an intoxicated condition in a car on the Frederick High School ' football field The defense claimed there was no proof he w a s driving the car The magistrate explained in resuming the hearing of Wednesday nsght. he had found oa'y one Maryland appellate interpretation o f , the case in point In an off-side, ruling in the appeal of "Wright \s Sas" brought under Sec 154 of the Maryland Motor Vehicle Code. \Veir.berg sasd the Appeals Court judge did noi believe the Ltgts-. latiire intended to project police powers of arresti for drunken driv- ins " beyond the public highways " Two former Frederick leeislat- ori. W. Jerome Of'utt and Richard E. Zimmerman, who helpeti to enact the latest automobile code, informed the magistrate, he said :hey did not even knoxv the dele- tion of the words "on publir highways of the State ' had been made. Continuing on the :n?cnt of the Legislature, the magistrate stated ' If such bioad police powers at strict interpretation of the present wording of the s-ection would permit, were intended or upheld by the courts: it would not be impossible for another Legislature 111 the near future to pass an acl making it illegal to drink alcoholic beverages * period' "* \Veinberg pointed out that de facto interpretation of the new wording, would permit a deputy sheriff to arrest a farmer for getting onto a tractor in his barnyard and running it into the barn, if the farmer had taken a few too many drinks on his dsnnsr-hour. Defense Attorney Torn Gla*s said only one state. Missouri, has an 'anywhere off highway clause permitting arr*sts for intoxicate operation of a vehicle and such broad coverage is co'itamed in a separate section of the code Collateral forfeitures were ordered against Mildred Keeney. $2 50 Charles Keith. Raymond Halier Russell Zsmmcrjnan. John V." S:r.:th and Lewis Brightweli SS^* each, for drunkenness or peace disturbance. Th- Nrws. Frederick. Md . Saturday, July 1'. 194$ SEVEN '· .NEW" ADMISSION PLAN Crowr.sviHe. Ju'.y 16 .3*--A:i sd- missson-priority systen is be-ttg *et up :o reduce 'dangerous overcrowding ' at Cro\\ nsville S"a;e Hospital. Dr Jacob Moris Astern superintendent, sa:d today. He sajd Maryland s onlv all-Negro mental hospital is no«- operating with at least "500 patient* over capacity " This picture should be worth a thousand words of warning to children and their ciders. The little friends o! three-year -old Jo Ann Sandbloom. of Cleveland. Ohio, are playing outdoors, going on , picnics and generally having swell vacations. But Jo Ann is spending the summer strapped in a , hospital bed. her legs hsuled up in casts. That's because she forgot for a moment that children shouldn't play in driveways and because a «rown-up. bscking a car out. forgot for a moment that children often DO play in driveways. Jo Ann's friends send her lots o£ "get well" cards and many, like 18-year-old Lois "Westsrcn, drop in to clieer her up. But Jo Ann would gladly trade it ail to be able to roin? on the grass again. had been the previous high for a ) mont-Kocky Ridge road in Creag. one-day period. · ersrown district, about two miles The Tar Keel epidemic now from Rocky R:dge. consideration NEW LUMBER Sawed to order Also 2\1. 2x6, 2x8 Boards Odd Lots ·- Price FORD CAR Phone Frederick 723-M ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR TROUBLE? CALL EAST END GROCERY IfiST ANYTIME Commercial Dumrstlc Franklin »ud) Stockman 100 E. 6th St. Electric*) Appliances Repaired stamps Mr and Mrs V.'iihssi H. Goodsei! have sold to Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Green i a property on South Jefferson street, consideration being around 36,500. feVdval at which refreshments TM*f. = P ^ E ^ nCT SFREAB* will be sold and bingo will be Haleiih. K. C, July 16 piaved: participants in the inter- P° lio outoreak in North Carolina p-etation of the "Nutcracker Suite" s^-ce the first of the year reachea are still needed, so North End children who would like to take | part are asked to "be in Staley Park Health. Mondav afternoon at 2 o'clock: The fi; 653 cases today with 50 few cases reported by the State Board of Mondav Saturday morning, 10 to 11 story hour In children's room of library; figure of 50. the highest for any 24-hour period during the current epidemic. Drought the total rhvthmic hand time for Harmon of cases reported this week to 174. JTield, Fairgrounds. 'The 49 cases reported Wednesday Liquid Plant Food Is Best When Used In Summertime New Case Machinery V A O Tractors HEAVY DUTY Disc Harrows LOW-WHEEL Rubber-tired Wagons 2-BOTTOM s Tractor Plows BAKER'S 252 West Patrick St. Phone 1423 Avon Cosmetics offer housewives a good earning opportunity. Openmjs in Thurraont and Frederick Write AVON" DISTRICT MANAGER ~IS Virginia A", e. Hagers'own, Maryland Cole's Jewelry Trade in your old watch for new or recondition witches. AH Makes Of Watches And Clocks Repaired WE BUY SELL 323 NORTH MARKET ST. Top Soil and Flagstones BLUE RIDGE BUILDING SAND AND STONE SUPPLY Stones for Roads and Driveways ALSO FILL DIRT FOR SALE CHARLES MARINO Care Rose Tavern. Phone 1614-J Dump Trucks for Hire When plant food is applied to the garden during the growing season, to stimulate growth and increase the yield of flo-A-ers or :fruit5, there is much in favor of applving as a liquid rather than dry." For many years experiment stations have tested t_is method and found it to have many advantages. It is easier to spread a given amount uniformly over the area treated. Less plant food is required for the same results. In dry weather, especially, immediate response by the plant is favored, and there is no injury to the plant if applied close to the roots. While special preparations may be obtained for dissolving in water, ordinary dry plant food can be used. Dr. V. A. Tiedjens. who has done much work on this subject gives the following directions for the amateur v.-ho wishes to use dry plant food in solution. For side dressing growing crops. TBix s cupful o£ plant food to a quart of xvater or a - -uad (pint) to a gallon For row crops pour on a quart of the mixture to each three feet of row. F-r plants in hills oour a quart around large plants, such as tomatoes, or a pint peppers, ege plant and others cf that size For each hill of corn use ? pint of the solution. Most annual flowering plants require only one feeding A tomato piant may require three feadir-gs. Perennial plants should be side dressed in Sectem- ber for shrubberj use tuo cups of plant food in 12 quarts of water and wet the ground around each shrub with from t w o to four quarts Then use the hose to soak the ground thoroughly. BAG OF FERTILIZER SUSPENDED IN WATER P1ACE ON PLATFORM HICH ENOUGH TO PERMIT \ SPRINKLING CAN TO EASILY FILUEO- t!AGRAM OF BARREL FOB. UQU1P Just Arrived 500 Baseball and Softball Bats Louisville Sluggers and Banna Batrites i ·' LARGEST-- ASSORTMENT IX i \ WESTERN MARYLAND. SPEC- \ L4L PRICES TO TEAMS. FIVE-PIECE META1 DINETTE SETS 59.95 up ...SHIPLEY'S 103-105 N. Market St. HEADQUARTERS FOR SPORTS EQnPMEXT As a starter solution in trans-' planting shrubs, use a cupful o£ plant food in 12 quarts of xvater and pour half a pailful around the roots as you Sll the soil Whenever a plant seems lag- gins Jn gro^vth. liquid plant load may help revive it. Even vigorously grov.-ing plants will benefit by extra feeding If you \vant fine flowers for exhibition, or extra size vegetables, an application of this type of fertilizer \vill get immediate results. It is the modern version of liquid manure, ·which the older garden books all recommend. But chemical plant foods are much quicker in effect than the organics which the old time gsrcener used. 3-quart, $11.95 4-quart, S12.95 nnrocimr riwrnc 1 PRESSURE CANMRS 5-quart, S18.95 7-quart, $19.85 21-quart, $22.95 Storm Shipley Market Second Sts. Phone 266 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. avail- ab'^. This is an excellent location for the sale of new or used cars. Farm Machinery or similiar products. Immediate possession. Apply G. M. Chapline. Phone 1019-J. PROPER ANALYSIS BALANCED COVERAGE PROMPT ADJUSTMENT LET'S DISCUSS YOUR INSURANCE COV STOPPER INSURANCE AGENCY FREDERI,CK,MD. SIJUEil Phonc:l292. VETS- LEARN - NON-VETS Air Conditioning! Refrigeration! Electricity! Maryland's Oldest and Proven Hefrigeration School Air Conditioning-Refrigeration 32 Practicil Electricity 16 wks. ENROLL NOW NEW CLASSES START AUGUST 9, 1948 Non-Veterans may pay in small monthly payments Mr. Mort Frame will be at the Francis Scott Key Hotel July 23rd and July 24th From 8:00 A. M. to 8 P. M. for information and registration of students. FRAME REFRIGERATION ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE 1230 EAST BALTIMORE STREET Baltimore 2, Md. Br. ARE YOU Q U A L I F I E D ? You may be overlooking a chancefor a successful career W OULD you like to cam more money ... arid find n;o7e frccdo^and satisfaction in your ·sx-ork' i acre's a real opportunity for a successful career in sci!ir*£ for th- Heliancc Life. Hundreds of our representatives earn from 55,000to SJO.OOO snd icore a year. There's one way to learn with reasonable certainty yo~r chance for equal success ... ask for a copy of the Aptitude Index. YouTI fi-.d it an interesting and scientific anaiys of your quali?cations. If you rate high ;r. this test and ere bet-veeri 25 and 50 years of age our local manager will ez- plsm our excellent earn-i-hUe- you-learn Trajning Course and Agency Contract affording a r.o- ccihng income today and s retirement income at 65. Mail this coupon today. It may open a bright new career for you. fiLI"ANC LlfE INSiPANCs CCM?A-Y Of ?ITTS8l.f G«l 5IF7H AVENUE PJTTSBUEGH, PA. f least: send copy of the Aptsrude Index. ,A S e Address. City You Can't Do Much About The Weather but if you plan, plant and cultivate wisely Frederick County land will usually reward your efforts. Our Farm Relations Department has no influence with the weatherman, but we have been able to help a good many of our farmer neighbors to produce bigger crops and to broaden their profit margins. Soil conservation pays. Ask us how we can help you to make next year and the succeeding years better ones. I I D I I A I l l S I I V i ITSTEM A N D F I O I I A l I N S U I A K C I MODEHX PHARMACY Successor To Pearre's Drug Start Drug A Prescription Service TELEPHONE 208 I Oil Choice Gladiolii Bloom CIIESTEIt L. .HOV* 10:} E. 8th St. PHONE 1255 LIONS CLUB FAIR UNION BRIDGE, MD. Ta lent S It o it' August 9 to August 14,1948 GRAND PRIZES 1st -- $50.00 2nd--$25.00 4th--S10.00 3rd--S15.00 5th--$ 5.00 Write to Byron E. Hartzlcr. Xew Windsor. Md., prior to July 31st for Audition. Firemen's Carnival NEW MIDWAY Opens Monday Night FEATURING DAPPER DAN in Westward Ho! Ferris Wheel, Kiddie Rides. BINGO -- the best stock of prizes seen anywhere. Fun! Fun! GOOD COUNTRY TATS. HAM SANDWICHES. HAMBURGERS, HOT DOCS. Bring: the famil and enjoy an eveninjr of fun and frolic Doa'l forget the new 1919 Ford will jro Saturday eveninjt- FREE PARKING JULY CLEARANCE Rensie and Wyler Watches $39.75 Rensie Watch $42.50 Wyler Watch Special '24.75 Special '24.75 ?37.50 Rensie Watch $39.75 Wyler Watch Special 19.75 Special '24.75 ALSO OTHER WATCHES AT A SPECIAL PRICE Rot k .'rysta BROADMOOR AND VANITY FAIR PATTERNS Goblets. Sherbets. Wines, Iced Tea Glasses and Salad Plates Special 29c KEY HOTEL BLDG. Fuel Oil Shortage fc ears. . Whq Stick Your Neck Out ? BURN RICE ANTHRACITE COAL m IT'S PLENTIFUL and CHEAP 3-3 you can hav» 7/ '9ecfcric Furnssce -Mcifi INSTALLED IMMEDIATELY It 1*0151 J-ie J e , re;:.'* 1 *! i'rt crafts, removes f-e es-es. Keecf yo^- ho-;s war-n and eo.--. fc-ijfc'c. sr.4 if BLTJ rice coa! which :s a'wiys plerfltul and c u e*a. u p f o 5 0 % o f F u e l O i l B i l l Investigate today -- end your Home Heating Worries Fcrsver- CULLER HEFFNER 7th and East St. PHONE 108 NFWSPAPFR! 1EWSP4PERS

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