The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 22, 1948 · Page 9
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July 22, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 9

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, July 22, 1948
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1 Tto X«w«. Tr«4*rlek. M*., Th»r*4ar. J«lr 22. New Zoning Safeway Line Law Approved Backs Capitol By Aldermen Application In on* of tfa« most action-packed Washington. July 21 IP--The session* im monies, ib* Mayor 2=d Safeway Trails Bus Co. today Aldermen oa W«dsesd* night: backed the application of Capitol he new Zoning Ordi- Women Have Fewest Children ****·*-- . ., .. . -.r . , c-^ff* », .. T*- ,1* S'iiH I i » \ C U»C lUVfe*. ^.UlXUldf. WU*. **^^K2SS3E£ J±r±±*V ^M^ ^ «ty folks and the richer people «S=S5r « *o'th M*-ket street company wanted to feed traffic bureau found that m both 1940 and looking *o the event- from the South to Scranton and J94 ~- thc number of children de- "ex-eason of East street north- Wilkes-Barre. Pa. by way of Har- creates- as the amount of schooling risburg on Capitol Bus lines. '··««* ^P Instructed Ci: Attorney Rich- The board--made up 01 member* College graduate*, for example. a*d E. Zimmerman to immediately of the Maryland and District of had fewer children than women { contact officials of the Potomac Columbia Publsc Service Commis- v- ho went to college only » short Edison Cojnpanv. ihe Baltimore sions and the Petm»\lvania Utility sad" Ohio acd the Pennsylvania Commission--took the ta*? under "ai'-oads with reference to possi- advisement at the conclusion of ixliues concerning el.minauon of the two-day nearsng ,jj e jj j. f_ Railway iro"ey ra«ls It was indicated That he board's on East PatrlcK. street recommendation will no: be made th* breakdown went this way? tor college graduates, however 5n- Tbe 1W6000 college graduates cleaned 77 pe- cent between 1940 , averated 271 children among each and !'-«"?. far outstripping the rise 1 l.OQO of them: 2 891.000 who had "* motherhood among other groups Washington. July 21 V-- The s ome college work averaged 306 "."."Tr.:"best educated women have the few- n.298.000 high school graduate^ ,, ,, ; ,, _ ,, .7. est children, but the difference averaged 323, 9536,000 non-gradu- isnt as great as before the war. a tes 396. The Census Bureau said today it found that out in checking up on who's been having all the children that sent the country's population ren pff low j^^g S1X or sev , n M , jnJ Mrs John g Kjam _. soaring since 194O years schooling, while tho;.« v, an sons j o hiny and Dennis. Mr. ano five or six years averaged 477 55.-= Au»t-n Reeder and i The general average \vas 367 W a ^ u e arxj Richard, and Mr an children per 1.000. Mrs Va-io'i Law son and daughter. average number of children Sandra ar.rf Joanna Among the 12468,000 women · with grammar school education A picnic v^as he!d oa Sunday JuJy 18 at Braddock in honor c' Mr and Mrs Uriah Lawson's 30th *,'.edding anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. Uriai only, the average was 422 child- La1Ator ilr 3^ Mrs. Roy Rice . . Another thing the bureau said learned: fanners and poor people *** " "· ACCEFT1NG 18-YEAK-OLDS Hagerstowa, July 21--The Marine Corps office at room 202 post- office building, this city, announced 1 today that it is now accepting 18! year-olds for one-year enlistmen'i a the VjS. Marine Corps The monthly quota assigned fo: ! thi area cannot be exceeded and will be filled on a firit come first ·=erved basis A waiting list for one-year enlistment vacancies, will be eitablished to include onl enough names to fill oie month's quota. For example, names \\ill not be placed on the list for enlistment in October until after September 1. Applicants for one-year enlistments muit have reached their 18th and not reached their l»th birthda Men who reach toeir 19th birthday while on the \\aiting list cannot be enlisted for one year The leaves of the luminous moss are or.Iy one cell in tiuckiiess. and stand erect with their flat surfaces turned toward the light while And women who went to ' grammar school seven or eight ·.ears had fewer babies than those who went five or -ix r~--- But in every roup. the bureau ~a:d women tn the child-bearing by operate near Pine avenue. I nder cross-examination Stct! Firs; Given He*"TMs co'ji«ei for ihf Penneilvarua Approved still another ordi- Greyhound 3us Co . WaS^h said nsnce providing for a :oc:ng use Safety Trails !o-t about S30 000 in change for a certain portion of 1945 and around $28 000 in 1947. West Seventh street. The application by Capitol Bui Heard officials of the Frederick , s opposed by the Pennsylvania Iron and Steel, Inc . :n connection Greyhound Co . the Penns Ivania with pumping equipment propos- Raifroad and the Blue Ridge ed for disposal plant improvement Transportation Compan\. Received a request to expedite Joseph L. Maguire. president of water and sewer facilities for the the Capitol Bus Co and a «.ub- Watkins Acres housing develop- S idiar. t h e Gettysburg-Harrss- jnent. burg Transportation Co. sought Received a petition for play- unsuccessfully to put net earnings ground facilities sn the vicinity of o f the Pennsylvania Greyhound Co Lee Place and Military Road mto the iccord. These constituted the principal The board held that only carn- sieras of business, which m addi- ings of Pennsylvania Greyhound tion included a mass of routine. derived from routes in competit- Adoption of the Zoning Ordi- !O n with Capitol Bus could be nance concludes the move, which placed in the record. N'o effort was was inaugurated last Fall, and -nade to do this. which received general sanction Maguire testified in detail on at two public hearings held technical portions of the lengthj months ago. The new ordinance exhibits brought into the ! earinR is much broader than the original j, ere ant j a t a previous three-da ordinance, adopted twenty years hearing in Harrisburg SEE NORGE BEFORE YOU BUY Gas and electric sto\e=. washing machines, hot water heaters, water coolers, oil room heaters, frozen food boxes and the amazing Xorge refrigerator that automatically defrosts each night. i iti:ii;iti K \YI:IJH\, o. PATRICK AT BEXT2 ST. Open Sat. Till 10.00 I». M. PHONE 4C7 Pa menu Capitol Bus now operates from Harnsburg to Gettysburg a n d seeks to -xtend this route to Washington by way of several Maryland town; including Emmitsburg Lewi«-town. Frederick THE DRUID THEATER I DAMASCUS. MARYLAND Damascus 2171 THURSDAY. JULY 2ZXD Wallace Beery in "ALIAS A GEXTLEMWN" COUPON SALE 2J« Bed Sheets. Xl-v99 2.47 I9c Men's Work Socks 10 for 93r «»c Child's Polo Shirts 3 for 9-lc 1 9S Tennis Shoes 99r lie Rubber Keels 7r Dr. Lyons' lOc Tooth Ponder 5r FREDERICK 5 10 4J South Market--Open Evening ANT t OR g ROLL FILM 35 DEVELOPED «. PRINTED 39 HOCK SERVICE ago. and embraces ail the newlj- jncorporatcd sections of the City. The zoning use change on Wes; Seventh street w:ll provide for proposed erection of a medical profession building by Dr. H L Fahrney. The change will be from an d Gaithersburg. residential to business use. Want T» Sub titute Pump The Frederick Iron and Steel Inc.. represented by President Jacob Goldberg. Attorney John R. Fitzpatrick. Secretary-Treasurer Louis A Lebherz. George R H*r- gis, Russell K McCain and Frank · Turbitt sought certain modifications and changes in the contract ] recently awarded by the City to Corigliano Brothers, of Ossining X. Y.. for the disposal plant im- AIso prcvsrnerst. Th" changes would sub- selected ShorU ' Cartoon Etitute the locally-manufactured shows: T:U. 9.15 pump, under certain conditions for ··^^···^^··^^^^··BBMHi others originally ordered by thc -contractors. In executive session, the Mayor and Aldermen,decided to refer the proposal today to Whitman. Requardt and Associates, the City's consulting engineers, for study, and recommendation. · "W. Cimton McSherry appeared on behalf of Asa H. Watkms. erecting the five-unit. 52-apartment housing project, urging the City to expedite installation of water and sewer facilities at the «=iie Mr. McSherry stated that one of the five buildings must be erected ' and ready for occupancy by October 15 under terms o£ the Wat- | kins contract and in view of thi. ' it is imperative that the -service facilities especiaHv WPIT. b- - \ided as'soon as possible Forty men are now working on the prt }ect. The City proposed to act speedily. The request for playground iac.hties in the Iee Place-Mihtarv Road neighborhood v.'a* in the form of a pension signed by area resident? and submitted to the Mavor by Mrs John S. Oiler Jr The Board decided to visit the site and make a decision then Upon -.vritten request bj C Cyrii Kiesn. chairman of the Francis Scott Kev Memorial Committee me Board gave appro\al lo thc Baker Park Carillon rendition of :he Star Spsnglcd Banner on th» conimemorstive date of August P at the number of times deemed desirable then Joseph Kline and Karry Corrs- Dropst jointly renev ed s request f-r curb and euttcr improvement n Xasnolia ?venue Ths Board formall:- accepted tnc --riS^ation ot "VV'.Hisn Royer as a rr----bor of the Po'.ice Department D- Arthur F VToodward w a eranteo ? soccia! parVinj:; oermi: fronting hss offices at 4 Esst Church -trcet Regular bills totaling ^ ^91 7S %,'ere ordered paid. Even though the session was un- Usuallv lone and the Ma:- or arid Al- -dermen sv. cltered there «till re- najr.ed a rnas= of business tnat for 'he tirre being couid onlj be terin- ·"d unfinished CLEARANCE! Entire Stock MEN'S SUMMER SFITS TO ALLEN'S ."=· Why swelter in the heat when *· you can take your pick of our entire stock of COOL summer- weight tropical suits for almost a song. Shop early for best selection. KEMP'S MEiV'S STORE MONEY TO LEND Lvttns up tu i*.JOO on your AITO-FIRMTIKE-SIGNATUIE-COMAKER. ETC. Don't deprive jourself of the thing* ou need any longer. Let a loan from us straighten things out for ou immediately. LOW I I A T I S COME IN TODAY -- MONEY TODAY GENERAL ACCEPTANCE CORP. CORNER MARKET and THIRD STREETS FREDERICK. PHOXE 876, MARYLAND Experience Our qualifications lo render a superlative service are portrayed by our enviable repulation Our duties are well performed our staff efficient and our facilities modern _ MODER\ \ND.COMPLETE SERVICES C.E. CLINE £ SON FUNERAL. DIRECTORS AMBULANCE SERVICE Phon*:35S ^/HIPPODROME E U T A W N E A R I A l T I M O t E · ^V^ * j " DmtBWB Biltiinore · m. Bej. THURS., JULY 22 On Stage IN PERSON! HORACE HEIDT sands you hi* ^ NEW STARS ON PARADE Winmrs tf tht Philip Morris Natitnil Braadcasfs JO BIG ACTS THUNDERHOOF ^ TO-DAVS WIT and WISDOM FRICTION Au;oniot»!e casings ar.d e«i become ?e:her during :'ie "high "peed in au;o race« w *o fr ct.on -irien -ou do business wrn a*. Our 3'es force a^e re»! down to earth folks -who always treat j,ou right. CLINE'S FC11NTTU11E -- STORE Bow Are You Sleeping? Kurpen Bex Spnar »r M»ttr«ss 831.5* It isn't too late to buy a NORTHCOOL at Bennett's For Men If you don't have a XORTHCOOL--now is the time you need one. Frederick's hottest weather generally corner in August and September-- and that's \\hen you'll realty appreciate the cool comfort of XQRTHCOOL--the "suit that breathes fre?h air." And you'll appreciate the smart ap- ]earance that XORTHCOOL'S top styling and quality fabric gives you. Try on a XORTH- COOL now -- and you"11 have your favorite su;t for «e\eral Summer? to come. Bennett's for Men have a i\ ide selection of patterns and a complete range of sizes. S 35 HE TNKAl SUIT TMT HEAMT Fft:SS Aiit AIR CONDITIONED Manufacturer's Sale! FINE CELANESE PANTIES Made of non-rur;. two-bar ceiar.e?e jer.-ey ihe?e panties sell reguiarly from Sl.OO 10 $1-25 a pair. In order to keep his factory fully employed durinpr the summer this manufacturer has produced a limited quan- aty of this famous make at a popular price. CHOOSE FROAI 4 STYLES Holhwood Elastic Brief Hollywood Cuffed Brief Trunk Panties Flare Panties White or Tea Rose Exclusive in Frederick with HENDRICKSON'S .- \ Summer Values Men's Sport Shirts *1.1S. J1.9S. *Z-«.t Men's Summer rants *!.»*. S2.9I. J3.S* Men's S»c Hose 3 jrs. for Sl.M Men's Dress SUrts S1.9S. S2.M. $?.« Men's Uress Shoe: S3 98. M.S5. $5.95 Men s Sanforized Shorts ~9f Men's B. V. O. M1* Vnson Suits $1 '"i i Boys* Summer Pints S19S-S2.-* Roys' Shoes S1.9S, S2.38. S3.M Children'r Flav Shoes _ 9Sc, S1.19. $1JS Boys' Sport Shirts S1.49. $1.98 Ladies' PUy Shoes^SSc. S1.49. S1.9S Ladies* 5l-Gauge .Nylon Hose 9Sc Men's Work Shirts Sl.49. SI 79. $1 98 Men's and Bovs" Snim Trunks 9Sc. SI 9S. 57.95 Men's Tee Shirts Z for Sl.OO MEN'S SUITS '14.75 '19.50 '29.50 24.50^ ARMEY'S , 23 N MARKET ST . ^. ^. A 1 WARNER T|%//\|'i Bros. Cool 11 YOU "Do alTnch women play games ; like this? HAYWORTH-WELLES TODAY and TOMORROW WARNER BROS ITY OPERA HOUSE TO3IOftROW AXD SATURDAY JOHNNY MACK BROWN in "TRIGGER MAN 7 TODAl" ONLY "THE COBRA STRIKES " See Hillside First "Ladies"' see the beautiful Shelvador Frigerator by Crosley. See the Crosley Television for the latest in entertainment. Why suffer -vrith heat? Get a 3Iitchel Air Conditioner for your bed room or office. For more information call 1341-M HILLSIDE Appliance Store 332 XORTH MAKKET ST- Phone 1341-M FREDERICK, LD. USED CARS SOLD BOUGHT TRADED Every car sold is first demonstrated, t h e n honestly represented as to its actual state of repair. 20 used cars at all price ranges to choose from. INC. Your DeSo to--Ply mo u th Dealer r 410 X. Market St. OPEN 3 TO 9 JNEwspAPLr

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