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Daily Mail, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1960, Hagerstown, Maryland Pupils To Be Transferred From School After Cracks Appear In Wayside School will not be ocment that had been used in the eupied when classes resume in past as classroom Washington County next Broadway constructed following a preliminary report in is still in good by engineers who have been and space will be available lor studying the 52yearold itrucsome children with addi tional space existing at the Superintendent of Schools Htm Brish said that cracks have been developing in the BakerWibberley and indicated in the preliminary report that the building should not be used in its present Approximately 185 first and second grade students and SO kindergarten youngsters will be affected by the Brish said that arrange ments will be made for some children to use available space in the adjacent Broadway while other pupils will attend Potomac Street Sdiool when school resumes next School authorities will make further investigation into the Wayside building inj order to determine the best course to follow regarding the structure Building experts been studying Wayside School since a inking tendency was noticed on one This trouble had be come more pronounced in the past few resulting in the decision ttiis week to transfer students from the Brish pointed out that rou tine inspections are made regu larly on all of the older build ings in the school to make certain that any potential trouble of this type will be found j Wayside erected inj contains eight Six of these have been in use for elementary school three for first graders and three for second while the other two rooms have been us ed for the kindergarten chil The nearby Broadway build Ing is a larger school with six classrooms on each of its two and a auditorium and cafeteria area in toe base Wayside Building Sermons Bore Promise Of Good Things To Come His 6 WASHlNCTONUwk for bi head of Johnsons Wax PROMISOR When ta pollshinf North Potomac Street panshoner told the John m the former senior high Keating You preach boring wax wijl School authorities will an the minister promis resist wear for MveralJBut it will come off eauly nounce soon further details on ed to Incn them up in ihe future and regain initial shineli common chemical u added the plans for shilling children Kcatinj said the blunt with thanks to chemi O wash water Strmlo from Wayside into Broadway critic of his pulpit technique cal adyancei in yynthetir in cation lr wai will also Imperv to watei Is Uri H Tcmlmson win recently appointed si mnUnt r of Home Ecnnomin if nl Shepherd College hy the I Viriiima Board of Edn S THE DAILY THREE API Wednenday night nominated Gov J Calefe for the Senate md John W Roll hiiMupMman and former lieuten to succeed Bogft in Kindergarten Plans Listed For New Year Kindergartens will be operat ed on halfday sessions begin ning September 14 15 locations in Washington the Board of Education office announnced Kindergartens will be operat ed at these schools Antietam Boonsboro clear Spring Fountain Hancock Pri Maugans Pangborn Smithsburg Ele Williamsport and Woodland This will be the first year of operation of kindergarten at Clear Suring and Kindergarten sessions at Mau fansviUe and Funkstown will be afternoon sessions you its almost like he land of sky blue Phone Remembers And Calls Back Telephone equip ment with a memory is about to be put into use on an experi mental The manufactured by Western Electric for use it the guidance system of the Nike Zeus works this A caller dials a number and gets a busy This acti vates the memory When the party he is palling hangs up both phones will Dorm Or TV Hit Lew in cost Mgh In ttyit UM Wiltod scraps for icr oil bound bal kt Whip up cory TV tllpptri In eni 2 main parts Bind with vtlv Patttrn 71 IS patttrn Urge send coins tor thli 5 cents for pattern for to The Dally Houtatmtd Artt P Box Old Chelsea York Print plainly Pattern JUST OUT Our New If 60 Alice Brooki Needlecraft THttbE FRtE Plus oalora tor home baiAir it I unusunl designs to cro huck 24 Be first wl Ine the beer refreshing as the land of sky blue at LOCAL PRICES
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