The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 6, 1951 · Page 8
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, December 6, 1951
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,5 1 i . Th« Newt, Frederick, Md., Thursday, December 6. 1951 Cltsroom Facilities For Physically Handicapped Asked 8ymp*thetie reception but n definite agreements on classroom jfecifcties for physically handicap pe4 students, confronted officers o «t« Frederick County Chapter o « Society for Crippled Children and Adults appearing before the Sotn»*y School Board session, Wed ne**»r afternoon. Headed by the society's chapter president, ©larence C. Carty, with dkecton J. Milton Brunk, Mrs jsichard Maitin and Mrs. Paul S NKehsel, the group sponsoring education of courttians physicallj feat not mentally handicapped specifically requested that a classroom for such students be buili into the projected Hotter avenue school. President George C. Rhoderick Jr.. and School Board members listened attentively to the requests of 1he society representatives bu1 gave no immediate commitments oi action, Mr. Carty said. The chapter president said, apparently long range and specific plans must be placed before the County School Board, before action can be taken. He said the beard gave tacit admission that from State level authorization, a survey i« in progress in Frederick County to determine the number of physically handicapped students who might be recommended for such public schooling. Financed By Easter Seals Financed by the sale of Easier Seals and contributions of individuals and groups in or contiguous to Frederick County, the Society for Crippled Children and Adults is currently maintaining classrooms NOTICES Notice Application has been made to the undersigned by FINE FOODS INC. T/A FREDERICK SEA FOOD RESTAURANT 500 W. Patrick Street Frederick, Md. Austin W. Rice. Pres.-Treas. 2304 Yale Ave., Camp Hill, Pa. Marshall E. Fishpaw, vice pres. 87 S. Market Street. Frederick; Thomas H. Rauscher, Sec.. 500 W. Patrick St., Frederick, Md. for a license to sell beer, and light wine, at the premises known as FINE FOODS INC. T/A FREDERICK SEA FOOD RESTAURANT 500 W. Patrick Street Frederick, Md. the said license to be known as a Class B ON SALE license, which would permit the licensee to sell the aforesaid Beverage at retail, at the place therein described, for consumption on the premises or ekewhere. The application is made in accordance with Section 44 of Article 2-B of the Code of Public General Laws of Maryland. All persons desiring to be heard on either side of the question of the granting or refusal of this application should be present at the office of the License Commissioner, 10 a. m. Thursday, December 27. 1951, at which time and place a public hearing will be held. GAIL L. CUTSHALL. ^ License Commissioner For Frederick County, Md. lor a limited number of county children in the Federated Charities Building, Frederick. The County School Board pays the salary of two teachers. Dr. Winfred Phelps, specialist supervising the selection of the physically handicapped students, has already announced that more handicapped children and young people can be recommended for schooling of more facilities are available. Of prime interest to the Board of Education, is the subject of transporting the physically handicapped to classrooms, if and when they are provided in public schools, Mr. Carty said. Private Transportation The local chapter with assistance of the Frederick Kiwanis Club, Frederick County Chapter Red Cross Motor Corps and by hired taxis are presently conveying the students to the small class at Frederick. One child recently brought here from Mt. Airy by provided transportation, has moved to Frederick city with his family. Continuing study and fact findings on the need for special school facilities for the handicapped and the extent to which public expense may go locally in providing such public education, will be conducted by the county chapter Society for Crippled Children and Adults, Mr. Carty said, and such information will be presented as acquired to the Board of Education. The duck-billed platypus has a flattened bill like a duck, a body covered with fur, webbed feet and broad tail. McMurray Pieneer In Md. Canning Industry BALTIMORE. Dec. 5--/P)--The 1 work of Maryland pioneers In development of the cunning industry was recalled today by L. "W. Graaskamp. vice president of the American Can Company as a pattern for what he predicted will be amazing developments in the future. Graaskamp told members of the Advertisinp Club "the humble tin can, ns manufactured by Thomas Kensett in the 1840's in his little factory on the waterfront near Federal Hill, to pack your famous Chesapeake Bay oysters, has acquired global stature." The executive said Kensett made a second claim on posterity by canning Maryland-grown vegetables --tomatoes, corn and peas--for the first time in any volume. Other pioneers in the field mentioned by Graaskamp were: Louis MacMurray, whose "famous mojantain sugar corn cannery at Frederick was the first corn packing plant in the State outside Baltimore " Thomas J. Me$r. one of the first contractors to the armed forces in the war between the States and Isaac · Solomon, who developed a new process to boost production. J. A. Chisolm and M. P. Scott. who perfected the first machina for removing green peas from their pods; Edward J. Judge, who developed the chemical method of peeling peaches for canning, and otheis. "But no tribute," said Graaskamp. "to the great names of canning in Maryland would be complete 'without a very special word about the late Frank E. Gorrell. native Marylander and foundinu secretary of the National Canncrs Association. Frank Gorrell was the man who more than »ny other individual influenced the remarkable growth and progress of the canning industry for most of the last half century. He inspired three generations of us in the can-making and canning industries." Parole Candidates' Classes Commenced A new step In parole procedure has been taken at the State Reformatory for Males' at Roxbury, in Washington county, to assist in solving the problems of inmates are paroled from the institution. A series of classes is now held when parole candidates discuss with qualified persons the prospects of employment, educational and voca. tional training opportunities, causes of parole violation and other problems they will face upon their return to civilian life. Alton C. Whitmore, of tihis city, senior parole officer for this district, said the classes were started by A. Earl Shipley, director of parole and probation for the state. The reformatory is the first penal institution in Maryland to use this method of aiding prospective parolees to become better adjusted upon their release. Aiding the inmates at the classes are Supervisor of Parole J. Hubert Black, Maurice E. Williams, employment consultant for the Division of Parole and Probation and the institution's Jewish, Catholic and Protestant chaplains, along with Mr. WWtmore. In announcing the new program, the senior parole officer said that previously inmates were released on parole with very short notice. Lacking advice on the changes that had taken place since they were KOCEKY BILLS 4KE LESS W/TH ILL I / OILLO HOTEL S SPECIAL COFFEE 1 K« "L MORE FLAVOR PER CUP MORE CUPS PER POUND ! t see Look, Read, How You Can Save More Money, If You Do All Of Your Shopping At Main's i. \ REFRIGERATED \ PRODUCE Celery 25c Lettuce Ig. hd. 25c Cabbage Ib. 8c Lemons doz. 39c Seedless Oranges 250 size doz. 29c 200 size doz. 39c FROZEN FOODS v AND FISH Dressed Whitings Ib. 19c Haddock Ib. 43c Pollock Ib. 32c FEEDS 18% Dairy, 100 Ibs .'$4.95 Kelly's Hog, 100 Ibs $4.40 R. R. Hog. 100 Ibs S4.85 R. R. Laying Mash, 100 Ibs $5.40 Scratch . . S4.65 Shelled and Cracked Corn Rabbit Pellets Calf JVleal Grower Calf-A, 25 Ib. box S5.00 50 Ibs. 89.75 FRISKIES DOG FOOD HEADQUARTERS Also Available At ' CAPPELLO'S R. L. GROVE LEE WORK CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS Men's And Boys' Shoes And Arctics Full Line of WetheriH's Paints Power and Hand Lawn Mowers Buy Now While Available CHRISTMAS CANDIES Coconut Bon Bons Ib. 40c Peco Flake Ib. 49c Choc. Drops Ib. 27c Hard Candy Ib. 33c Peach Blossoms ... Ib. 45c Gum Babies Ib. 23c Candy Toys Ib. 32c 5 Ib. Box Chocolates $2.45 Red D Walnuts Ib. 4,'k Mixed Nuts Ib. 45c Pecans Ib. 53c Butternuts Ib. 43c Almonds Ib. 53c Peanuts Ib. 39c GIFTS. TOYS, WAGONS. BICYCLES WHEEL GOODS SMALL APPLIANCES G. E. Mixer $39.95 G. E. Toaster $22.95 Fry-Rile $28.95 Electric Irons $9.95 Large Assortment of Aluminum Pans HARDWARE Barb Wire, 4-pt. heavy roll $8.95 Galv. Tubs $1.89 up Galv. 10 qt. Buckets .. 43c Nails, 6d to 30d Ib. 12c--100 Ibs. $10.50 Carpenter's Hammer $1.49 SPOUTING 5" Trough, 10 ft $1.50 5" O. G. Gutter, 10 ft. $1.95 And Fixtures WILLARD BATTERIES $14.50 Up Exchange Sinclair Gas gal. 25c Betholine gal. 28c Opaline Oil qt. 30c P.enna. Oil qt. 35c Pennzoil qt. 40c HOLIDAY BAKING NEEDS Pillsbury Or Gold Medal Flour 5 Lbs., 53c-- 10 Ibs., 99c 25 Ibs., $2.35 Crisco, 3 Ibs.. 99c 1 lb. 35c Hershey's Baking Chocolate !' 2 lb., 45c Coconut, can 20c « a lb. 35c Black Walnut Kernels, U Ib. 65c Domino Sugar, 5 lb. 47c 10 Ibs., 93c XXXX Sugar. 2 boxes, 25c Yellow or Old Fashioned Brown. 2 boxes 25c Full Assortment of Fruit Cake Supplies FREE! 5 lb. bag of Robin Hood FLOUR with cash purchase of $10.00 or more worth of groceries. Don't miss this bargain. YOU ALWAYS SAVE MORE AT MAIN'S Prices Effective Through Dec. 10 STORE HOURS: 8 A. M. to 9:30 P. M. Satuftjays: 8 A. M. to 10:30 P. M. BUTCHERING SUPPLIES Pure Black Pepper, lb. $2.69 Wntkins Salt, 25-lb., 57c 50-lb. Lard Cans, 59c Morton's Sugar Cure, 7'4-lb. 89c B cans, $5.00 Kelly's Corn Meal, 10 Ibs. 69c TIRES Firestone, Goodyear Lee 6.00x16. $17.95 plus tax other sixes priced propor- lionately. Quaker Armstrong Rugs, 9x12, $9.95 Prestone and other Anti-Freezes Tire Chains -- All Sizes Full line of FRESH BEEF AND PORK PRODUCTS U. S. Grade Good Round Steak lb. 95c Loin Pork Chops , Ib. 65c Rib Pork Chops .. Ib. 59c End Pork Chops . lb. 49c Pork Roast lb. 49c Esskay Bacon Ib. 59c Esskay Franks lb. 63c Country Sausage .. lb. 53c STOP AND SHOP Low Prices, High Quality Self Service Unlimited Parking - ^ · - -- · «··"· »-' » » » » » · « · vv-vi ji n l r\ (((it* MAIN'S SHOPPING CENTER PHONE 728-R-3 MILES EAST OF FREDERICK, R. NO. 40, SOUTH INTO ORCHARD Imprisoned, they were not in tun* with conditions they faced. Contrary to some popular conceptions. Mr. Whitmore said the proportion of successful paroles is unusually high, with an average of only six per cent violations. DENIED NEW TKIAL HAGERSTOWN, Dec. 3, W-Charles A. Poppa, convicted bookmaker, today filed a motion for a new trial because of what he said were "inflammatory remarks" made before the Jury by State's Attorney John Holly day. In his opening remarks, Hollyday told the jury thai "little fellows' have been brought to trial before, and now here is the "big boy, himself." On objection from defense counsel, the remarks were ordered stricken from'the record, but the judge denied a motion for a mistrial. Distemper, best known in dogs, is a problem to* fur ranchers raising fox and mink. There's relaxation and contentment in a cup of good coffee. And this fine coffee is really good. IIOUR FOOD B8US PRICES EFFECTIVE DEC. 7 AND 8 Bake Xraas Cakes With Sno-Sheen Cake Flour 39 BAKER'S Shredded A Must For Xmas Baking- 2 GOLD MEDAL "(Gfchen Tested" ENRICHED FLOUR 5 * 49- DEL MONTE sliced Pineapple 2 CAN G. JU BAKING COMPANY Chocolate Covered GraEiaBiiS " 59 MARYLAND BISCUIT COMPANY MARYLAND FIG BARS .. - 33 SUNSHINE BISCUIT CO. Sunshine Krispy Crackers «· WAX WRAPPED FOR ® PROTECT/ON FRESHNESS . FLAVOR LB. 32- GLAZED FRUITS lb. 65c GLAZED PINEAPPLE Ib. 70c XXXX SUGAR lb 14c VANILLA EXTRACT 2-ozs. 43c WESSON OIL . p t. 43c MARASCHINO CHERRIES 8-ozs. 30c MIXED NUTS ... . lb. 49c ARMOUR'S STAR POTTED WIEATS BRAZIL NUTS lb. 47c PT. SAVE PREMIUM COUPON * CAMNfMC MR LIVER SPREAD CAN W I T H G R E E N E N D F L A P F R O M P A C K A G E O F AMOODIUCK the table margarine OIT TREE O R D E R B L A N K H E R E I UfTLB KITTENS CAT FOOD 7B, for Palmolive f alh ? q7c 2 reg. 19c VEL . . . . 30c SUPER SUDS 30c FAB . .. ,, . 30c Cashmere Bouquet 2 ^- \ 94cc Ajax Cleanser 14c OCTAGON Laundry Soap.2 for LISTEN FOB OUR PROGRAM ON VVFMD EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT 9:50 Strr I Swt-l f forty NEWSPAPER! CARMACK'S GROCERY CO. Complete Food Market MARKET THIRD STREETS FRESH LEAN PORK SHOULDERS 39 Dorsey's -Scrapple 3-lb. pan 39c Lean Boiling Beef Ib. 49c FRESH O Y S T E R S Standards pt. 79 C · Sele f **· 89 Goetze Smoked Shoulders, Ib. 43c Kelly's Frying · Chickens, Ib. 57c FANCY STEER CHUCK ROAST LB 78 Meaty Pork Chops Ib. 49c Aged Sharp Cheese Ib. 69c AUNT JEMIMA Pancake FLOUR 2 29 Diamond English Walnuts, Ib. 45c Tender Diced Citron */2 Ib. pkg. 35c FANCY HAWAIIAN Sliced PINEAPPLE LARGE CAN 31 Hershey's Chocolate Vz Ib. 39c Loose Cocoanut Ib. 49c Musselman's PITTED SOUR CHERRIES 2 McCormick'g Vanilla 2-oz. bot. 41c Black Walnut Kernels y 2 Ib. 69c COUNTRY LARD 2 39 Dromedary Pitted Dates, 7}4-oz.pkg. 23c Seedless Raisins 15-oz. pkg. 20c FRESH CREAMY CHOCOLATE DROPS Glaced Diced FrOit Ib. 55c Loose Pitted Dates Ib. 25c Ready To Serve Oleomargarine c 25 Paper Shell Almonds lb. 49c Calumet Baking Powder, lb. can 22c CALIF. LARGE DRIED LIMA BEANS . . H). big 37 Sun-Maid Currants, 11-oz. pkg. 19c Calif. Layer Figs 6-oz. Pkg. 18c LIBBY'S CHILI CON CARNE NO 2 CAN 37 Gold Medal Flour 5-lb. bag 51c Gills Hotel Coffee Ib. bag 85c ALASKA CHUM SALMON LB CAN 40 Calif. White Raisins 15-oz. box 24c Nestles Choc. Morsels Pkg. 23c RINSO SOAP POWDER Urge box 29 New Lard Cans each 59c Watkins Salt, 25-lb. bag. 57c Home Grown Eating or OH Cooking APPLES 4 * L U Florida Oranges 2 dfoz. 43c Seedless Grapefruit 4 for 29c

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