The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 6, 1951 · Page 14
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 14

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, December 6, 1951
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[any Articles roing Higher ·WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 i/P)--The ivernment tonight opened the way it possible price increases on lousands of consumer items, in- iding clothing, meat, foods, milk, liter, coal, gasoline, tobacco, beer, .ugs and cosmetics. The Office of Price Stabilijation · v e thousands of manufacturers, rocessors, refiners, and mining oncerns permission to apply for igher ceilings under the Capehart mendment to the controls law- This amendment requires the Government to allow manufacturers nd processors to use their pre- korean prices and add or subtract ost increases or decreases through ast July 26 in computing new fellings. Because application of the Cape- iart formula is optional, OPS said hat the general effect of its new rder can not be adequately esti- nated. But, the agency added, "the jarticular effect will be to raise mces whenever an application for idjustment is granted."' Effective At Once The order carrying the Capehart mendment is effective at once. It iras 'issued shortly after Price Di- ;?ctor Michael V. Di Salle reported ' a joint' Congressional committee ..t prices apparently were rising igain and it would be a dangerous ·isk to decontrol any major item tow. Di Salle said in a speech in. New erk that temporary direct con- ;rols are necessary to help prevent 'a. wild inflationary scramble that night well drag down the entire lation to destruction." Among items affected by the new r are wool and cotton yarns fabics: soft drinks, liquor and (wine, lumber and millwork, crude oil. canned and frozen fruits and vegetables, and many other -processed foods: also many important chemicals, plastics and insecticides. Auto Increase Next The Government now has authorized CajSehart adjustments for all eligible business concerns except automobile manufacturers and service establishments. An order per- spitting car makers to adjust prices Ss about ready. Another will be issued soon for services such as HOME RECENTLY--Pvt. Kenneth M. Angleberger recently spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Roy Angleberger, Thurmont. He is stationed at Camp Breckinridge, Ky. His address: Co. F, 2nd Bn.. 502nd Abo. Inf. Regt., 101st Airborne Div. laundry, dry cleaning, garages and repair shops of all kinds. Previous orders have affected small business, machinery makers, and thousands of manufacturers of various items ranging from house- now apptMncet «· Horn* processed foods. Manufacturers are not required to seek new ceilings, but are allowed to do so. If any concern seeks higher prices for any line of goods, any reductions required by the formula for other goods must be put into effect as well. The firm can not seek higher prices alone. OPS said each business should use its own accounting system in calculating any ceiling adjustments. In doing so, the firm must determine: 1. Its base period price--the highest price received between Jan. 1 and June 24, 1950. 2. Its base date--the last date before June 24, 1950, on which it received the highest price. 3. Adjust the base period price bv adding or subtracting increases or decreases in materials, labor and overhead cost through last July 26, ' MEET NEXT TUESDAY Members of the Welcome Wagon Newcomers Club will 'hold their monthly get-together in the form of a luncheon-meeting next Tuesday at 12:30 -p. m. at the VFW Country Club. The new organization is open to women who are new in the community. Mrs. Frances Brandenburg is president and Mrs. Charles Harp is in charge of membership. College Clinic Held; ! Barents, Students Attend Paul Barnhard. assistant to the uperlntendent of W « s h i n Rton County Schools, substituting for 3r. JR. Floyd Cromwell of the State Department of Education, spoke to about 100 students and parents resenl at the college clime at ·"rederick High School on Wednesday concerning "Who Should Go To College." Hj stated that students with ability winch indicates professional raining, those with an aptitude for executive or administrative work or students with special talents in any line should seriously consider urther education. High school students who are planning on college, should be able to use languages and arithmetic with proficiency and should understand the principles of social and natural sciences, said Mr. Barnhard. Students should also have an understanding of themselves and of others he salA. Herbert N. Heston, assistant to the president of Hood Colleges in telling those at the clinic how to choose a college said that "In a community as prosperous as Frederick County the citizens have Say you saw It in The News. HEARING AID PHILOSOPHY A hearing aid is just as satisfactory to the user as the rervice constantly available. Your hearing aid needs good fresh batteries, sometimes a broken or defectrve cord replaced or set repaired. Patronizing a Frederick firm assures daily service and free loaner if needed. FREDERICK HEARING AID CENTER Phone 842 4 W Patrick St. P A I N T I N G AND D E C O R A T I N G RESIDENTION . COMMERCIAL All Work Guaranteed Property Damage Public Liability Insurance CALL 1527 E. HARP GILBERT (Formerly with Coblento Painting Decorating Co.) 114 W. 5th St. NEW SINGER ELECTRICS S89.50 up S I N G E R SEWING CENTER 11 North Market St. Maryland-U. S. Approved Pnllornm Clean Hatchery. Clucks available Tuesdays and Fridays. Started Chicks available for immediate delivery. Also, a complete line of poultry equipment, medicines and supplies. MARYLAND CHICK HATCHERY, INC. 100 West South St. Phone 439 DAILEY'S FUNERAL HOME Reverent Services ~ With beautiful Organ music and every convenience and consideration to those we serve. MOST REASONABLE 54 East Patrick St. Frederick, Md. 876 LWSPAPLRflRCHIVE®-- * * * * * * * * * * * Yes! oH those old-time favorites in the new "Merry Christmas" box of f CANDIES Peek under the colorful new cover of this inciting box . . . you'll find all the old-time favorites . . . and many more! Made from Fanny Farmer's treasured recipes . . . with finest chocolate ... rich cream . . . choice nutmeats . . . flesh country butter. . . . 1 Ib. $1.25 2 ibs. $2.25 SiCORD BUTTiKCREAMS DIXIES # * # # # # # # # # SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY ORRISON'S NEWSTAND FREDERICK NEWS AGENCY 21 W. Patrick St. 53 S. Market St. little c»us« for pride In «h* percentage of last year's RraduatinR class now In collegr " Mr. Heston discussed the various methods of choosing a college beginning with a conference with tihe guidance counselor. Schools should bo visited and the various social, religious ahd educational advantage-; discussed, he said. The use of scholarships should not be overlooked. he said. Principal Harrv O. Smith wa-- moderator Miss Mary Rhoads and Donald SuUivan. guidance coun- selois at thfc school arranged for the .meeting. WASHINGTON. Dec 5 {/P-Gold Star buttons now are available to the next of kin of all military personnel who have died since the start of the Korean campaign, the Defense, Department said today. The emblems may be obtained by writing to the Adjutants General of the Army and Air Force 01, for sailors and Marines, to the Navy Bureau of Personnel. They will be furnished without cost to widows, widowers, parents, stepparents and foster parents of those who have died Other family members may get the buttons for a nominal fee. A Good Place to Live! You can have your own 2 bedroom Home includes principal, interest, taxes insurance ^^ down Phone Brosius Home Corp. at 2340 4 West Church Street, Frederick A call or a postcard brings you a free Illustrated 64 page booklet. Larger homes at proportionate prices. O'Ncill I§ Critically 111 BOSTON, Doc. 5 W) -- Eugene O'Neill. Nobel and PuM/er Prize winning plnywrluht. i* In critical condition nt Faulluior Hospital. Tiio OU-yoai Ut d u n n n t i M , whoM- home is at Murblohoad icturncd to the hospital In^t week-end after several previous visits He has Parkinson's diseaso, described as a (Melioration of the ntrve centers. The hospital confirmed that the playwright i-s so ill he can h;ive no visitors, except, for his wife, Carlotta Monterey, who spends most of her tune with him. The author of "Strange Intei- lude," "Beyond The Horizon" and The X*WM, Frederick, Td, ( Thursday, Prrpmber 6, PACK Anna Christie" has been ill for seveial years und has not gcmt« far beyond his modest one and one-naif story house on Point of Rocki Lane. Marblehead, since he purchased it in May, 1948. So far a: the outside world knows, O'Neill h»s done no writing for some time The $400011 Nobol Prize In hteratuie came to O'Neill In 1936 Previously he had won the Pulit/- er Pri/.o for dianta three times. Say you saw It in The News. UMm LIKf IT* t .C ORANOE FLAVOR If you haven't enough I r*i p"i '·*' * ' ·t m r»--A II I ^ .7 , 4 \ for the things you want or need,., even if you want just a . few Dollars, simply come to us for'a Loan. Especially FAST SERVICE during this month. : i i Thin year no Icebergs were r«- jiottod below the 48th parallel tilong the southern tip of Newfoundland. D R U I n THEATRE U DAMASCUS, MD THURSDAY, DEC. 6th "Secret Of Convict Lake" Loans up to $1500 GENERAL ACCEPTANCE C O R P O R A T I O N 244 No. Market, at Third Telephone Frederick 2791 Sl ' '· CORKER MARKET AND §ECOND STS. offers more complete lines of famous toiletries and cosmetic gifts than ever before ___ iiidividnal gifts start at 75c . . . sets start at $1.00. WARNER BROS. 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