The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 7, 1967 · Page 20
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September 7, 1967

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 20

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Page A-20 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Thursday, September 7, 1M7 of vid son spa A uat attf Col H resi ms an Le' for pai Fo svc t~ pk lai is m of vie ne ua Sc W fi a* N tt tc o n Tokyo Expanding 'Downward' skyline, Toko is developing in another direction--downward. This development has created a number of subterranean colo- vies, often four basements down, where Tokyoites work, I play and shop in offices stores, clubs and restaurants, is even a subterranean night There hotel. ACH! DAS MINI BIZNESS 1ST WUNDERBAR! -- In Germany, they make all kinds of nice little things The little things the girls a. e sitting on is a model of Rothenburg, a famous old city. AP Wirephoto The other little things are 1968 beach fashians the girls have donned in preparation for a fashion show in Duesseldorf. TOKYO (AP) -- While sky- jestically near the parliament 1 scrapers begin to change its, building, is Tokyo's first real skyscraper, the 36-story Kasu- migaseki Building. It will be completed in March. The building will measure 482 feet, a miniscraper beside the Empire State Bui'ding, but a concrete monument in a city rocked regularly by earthquakes. For decades, a safety law limited buildings to a height of 102 feet. The law was scrapped in Like the skyscrapers, under- i 963 w jth the development of ground development resulted new building techniques, and from soaring real estate prices. A square meter of choice land fronting the Ginza--Tokyo's mam street--costs $3,200. But Tokyoites who work underground boast of other advantages: there is no traffic, and huge ventilators keep them free of smog. Subterranean development in Tokyo--the world's most populous city--11 million--began after World War II. But it was not I until recently that it gained pop- i ularity. i Officials estimate that, added together, these subterranean colonies now cover 43 square miles under this 784-square-mile megalopolis. There are subterranean colo- r.ies under virtually every large department store, business dis- t-ict and busy thoroughfare. Many are connected by wide, airy corridors, which serve, in winter and rainy seasons, as popular escapes for strollers. Others are connected by subways. Above street level, rising ma- Japanese contractors began building taller structures. By the end of 1968, Tokyo is expected to have its second skyscraper: the 486-foot World Trade Center which will be one story higher than the Kasumiga- seki Building. Wi h the taller buildings have come complaints. In the eastern sector of Tokyo, where several tall structures have been erected, residents asked that they be removed because they interfere with television reception. Employes Of Arlan's Hold Lawn Party Employees and their families of Arlan's Department Store attended a lawn party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Beard Sr. recently on O'Possumtown Pike. A picnic dinner was enjoyed by the 78 present. Mr. and Mrs. Beard were surprised by their guests with a large, decorated birthday cake. Beard celebrated his birthday on Aug. 19 and Mrs. Beard's was the 25th. Games, singing and dancing provided the entertainment for the afternoon. Music was furnished by the Blue Grass Valley Boys from Two Taverns, Pa. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Helfrich, Leonard Jr., Thomas, Richard, James, Robert and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Ferree and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mock and Mi-1 are expected, chelle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Adkins, Tammy and Suzy, Mr. and Mrs. William Beard, Sr., Teddy, Judy, Ricky, Stevie, Sherry ~Jid Kevin, Mr. and Mrs. James Bolyard, Ralph, Lois, Sandra, Rita, Anthony, and James, Mr. and Mrs. John Brightwell, Mr. and Mrs. David Coppersmith, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kessler, Thelma, Ellen, and Sarah, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mann and Greg, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rippeon, ?r., Paul Jr., Judy and June, Mrs. Virginia Shewbridge, Jerry Jr., and Ricky, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Stine, Miss Helen Warfield, and Wayne, and Mrs. Louise Mars- Women To Attend Co-Op Talks Here Some 36 area women will attend a regional meeting of Farm Home Advisory Committees of the Southern States Cooperative Thursday, Sept. 14 at the Francis Scott Key Hotel in Frederick. Purpose of the meeting will be to outline and make plans for the following year. Miss Mattie Kesster, director of women's activities for Southern States Cooperative, will be in charge. Farm Home Advisory Committees from Gaithersburg, Middletown, Mount Airy. Woodsboro, Unionville and Frederick den. Also Miss Nancy Castle and Charles Hahn, Jr., Miss Carol Creed and Harry Storm, Miss Cindy Gary and Rick Foster, Miss Peggy Marshall and Roy Ridge, Miss Patricia Ridgly and Bird Lovers Plan Meeting Thursday William S. Clark of Alexandria, Va., will be the guest speaker at a meeting of the Frederick branch of the Maryland Ornithological Society Thursday at 7:30 p.m. His subject will be "Some Adventures in Banding Birds of Prey", and his talk will be accompanied by slides. He has been an ardent bird lover for many years and banded songbirds until specializing in birds of prey. Darrell Fritz, Miss Debbie Wiles and John Bruchey, Miss Barbara Hargett, Miss Linda Marsden, Miss Charlene Seward, Mr. John Farra, William Seward, Kenneth Seward and George Tyler. 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SPECIAL GROUP OF FAMOUS ARTISTS Hi-Fi and STEREO $1.23 1 EACH. Huge variety of major label artists. Choose from such stars as Frank Sinatra, Billy Vaughn, Lawrence Welk, Pat Boone, George Jones, Wynn Stewart, Gene Shepherd, Jo Ann Castle, Lennon Sisters, Nat Cole, Judy Garland and many many more OVERSTOCK SALE 69 EACH. A large and varied group of low priced albums for any mood--selections range to every taste--country and western, teenage favorites, mood music, instrumentals, vocals, folk and classical. Something for everyone. FREDERICK SHOPPING CENTER W. 7th St. At Schley Ave. -- Route 15 Exit 7-A Shop Mon. - Sat. 10 A. M. To 9:30 P. M.

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