The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 30, 1948 · Page 7
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

Frederick, Maryland
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Wednesday, June 30, 1948
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Gives Version Of Outburst Washington. June 23 (IP)--Supreme Court .Justice Jackson's outburst at Nuernberg against Justice Black may h-i-.-e been touched off. according to H*ro!i L. Icies. by Jackson's disajfv pomtmsnt over not receiving the *pointnient as Chief Justice. "It may b«- thai Jackson was merely in a aartxularly unhappy frame" of rnind because he had failed to get the* appointment which he coveted," tikes writes in a Saturday Evening Post article. The former Secretary of the Interior relates -that Jackson, sefore accepting appointment to the Supreme Court Jn 1941. had sought some assurance that he would eventually be cons.iered for the top position o 3 the bench w hen it became vscan; President Rc«ostve!t, sccord-ng :o Ickes. told Ick« s that he hsd Jackson in mind ?Dr Chief Justice at some future ti:oe "I have always wondered ·wheth- er Jackson dii not accept the appointment as chief prosecutor of the German war crimsnals at Nuernberg in the hope that this might improve his chance of being appointed Chi at Justice." Ickes writes. Truman X^meS Vinson Jackson wad at Nuernberg in April 1946 wiied Chief Justice Stone died and President Truman appointed Frai M. Vinson as Stone's successa r. Shortly after that Jackson public ly berated Black, bringing into tlie open bitter friction between die two men. Ickes recalled that Jackson, then Solicitor Gener.J. had remarked to him in 1939 tiiat "Justice Black is going to tur3i out to be one of the strongest ae»sn on the Supreme Court . . Black, has a keen mind and is working very hard to equip himself fully." Ickes, who had urged President Roosevelt to appoint Jackson, concluded that "Ja! kson. although appraised as a lib tirai and nominated as such, has veered ever further to the right, while* Justice Black has more than fuUJled every liberal expectation." E*TERTAE*EI"~ON P SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. William N. Garrott of Knoitville. entertained friends Sunday at Washington Monument State Park near Boonsboro. As part of the festivities the guests roasted hot dogs and marshmallows qver an O-Z-Q. fire, played games a i d strolled through the nark visiting the historic monument itself a a a? the mountain- Most of the gc-ests. visiting the park for the first time were noticeably impj-essecr with the grandeur of the. view of the Valley. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. 5 any Cfaayt Miss Norma Hodges. -Mr John Hodges. Miss Elizabeth. Oardaer. Dr. and Sirs. Irving Saucer, Mr. and Mrs. "Walton East, Miss Catherine Schumann, andl Mr. Theodore Woronka all of E altimore; Mr. and Mrs. Afaner Row*: of Chevy Chase, and Miss Cathei ine Thomas, Mr. John HeHale, !VJiss Virginia Garrott and George Garrott locally. Handles* Trombonist Wins Honors JOHXSTIIXE BiBLE SCHOOL Elaborate plans- are being made by the Johns ville Methodist church and tise Beaver Dam Church of the ^Brethren for the daily vacation Bable school, -which begins Monday, July 5 and continues through 2 nday, July 9. 11 ·Kill be conductetl daily, 8 45-11-30 a m. Registration v-rill be in the Johnsville school, and pupils will be assigned to their respective classes. All children 4-15 years of age, may attend Arrangements are being made to accommodate 75 pupils The Union Bridge Bible school is lending- material. The teaching staff is comaosed of: Mrs. C. Millard Eiler, "Mrs. Herman Saylor, Mrs. Virginia Greene, Miss MJiry Louise Nusbaum. Mrs. Catherine Tregoning. Mrs. Ernest Colvndl, Miss -Virginia Warner, Rev. Ernest Colwell and Rev. Henry Gardner. There yrill be» daily worship, recreatioa, Bible ] tudy and special projects. To climax the school work, the children will have a lunch picnic on 'Friday and will give a special community program on Friday, 8 p. m. at the Beaver Dam Chiurch of the Brethren. Lufs Stuff POOR nnTATiop« A thunder ston-n may rage and blow and have si lot of wind to throw--bring darkness, interfere with lights--resiatmd and flash through summer mights, and yet be over very soon--jso we can see the stars and moon, and once again the raim deligbt of peace and beauty, in the night. Some people T»-ith their stormy ways make raging, thunderous displays, yet lack the dignity and "show" of rainsr that sweep and ·winds that blow. A thunder storra at times may be a thing inagnificstat to see, out it is very hard to muster much praise for htnaans wheri they bluster X. .A. LTJTBURROW. Don't go]to the tosun gossip your Classified Telephone JDirectory- for \ Accountants Insure me e Real Estate M or almost anything els« Has Quaker Wedding Contract Of Great-Grandparents In 1804 Interesting records, some of which date back approximately 150 years, were exhibited at the News- Post by Carl Davis, of Fountain Mills. They include it photostat copy of the original wedding contract of his great-grandparents, William Morsell. of Pipe Creek. Frederick countv. and Mary Edmund- soa. of York county. Pa., which :s dated January 12. 1804. They had declared their intentions of being married at several meetings of the multiplication and division--telling for instance how to add troy weight, cloth measure, long and square measure--even goes into inverse proportion and what it called "the double rule of three direct." A small note book appears to contain surveying figures. There is also an old book belonging to Mr Davis' other great-grandfather. George Davis, of. as be puts it, 'Newmarket" and dated March 23. 1801. which gives detailed in- Quakers, according to the wedding! formation and examples concern- contract. \v hich is signed by a nuni-! ing simple and compound interest, | ber of witnesses. j · brokerage," discounts, exchange. There are journals of Mr Morsel! · * oss aat * gain. etc. This is all writ- j which date back to 17SS Ledgers ! appear to be accounts kept by the ten in longhand, and even gets into square root. Using a specially designed trombone which, permits him to use the hooks that replace his right hand, Ralph Nelson Hoar, 18, of Emden. I1L. skillfully manipulates ins trombone with the Egyptian Music Camp band at DuQuoin. m. Ralph lost his left arm and right hand in a mo-.ving machine five years ago, but learned to play so well that he won a two-week scholarship to the camp. From where I sit... l Joe Marsh. Pampered Farmers If the folks in oar town were less tolerant, ths*d be really burned up over that nationally circulated article on "pampered farmers," describing- them as living off the fat of the land. From "where I sic the farmer is anything- but "pampered."' If he's better off today than twenty years ago it's because he's worked hard to improve the quality and quantity of his production. Take Bert Childers, for example. Bert is up at four in the morning. to get the. milking finished--and ploughing or harvesting, depending on the season, until sundown. In the evening he finally relaxes with the missus over a moderate glass of beer. And the fanner today's not only temperate in h:s habits, like Bert's evening glass of beer -- but tolerant in his opinions. So he'll probably say of that article, "somebody got the facts wrong," and just let it go at that. Copyright, 194S. Lr.iied States Bracers Foar.dtttion great-grandfather of Mr Davis. \\ h o } "The American Farmers Alnia- was a sun-ever, showing names of nack' of 1825. printed in Hagers- persons with whom the surveyor j town, and the "Farmers and Me- had business transactions, as weiljchanics Almanack" for 1832. print- as house expenses. Jed in Baltimore, contains items of A volume of 1788--less than 10 j interest. The Farmers Almanack years after the Declaration of Inde- j contains much weather information pendence--shows what Mr Morsel! | and branches off into such subjects called a "sumeration table." In long. as "Circulation of the Blood" and hand, it tells how and sives ex- ! · On Fevers." On the latter *ubject. amples of. addition, subtraction.! for instance, it is learned that it is You can attain that wish for a home of your own -- a long vacation trip -- an education for the children. You can do it through saving regularly. We invite you to open a savings account and make your wish come true. FREDERICK, MD. more healthy, as far as fevers are concerned, to live in the neighborhood of a livery stable Nimrod Ovbings. o' FredericK county, has a «tory on a remedy for ' the bolts in horses." The county courts of the State are listed. Frederick meeting on the first Mondays of February and August The other almanac contains the same general type of information It gives quite i story from Hie manuscripts of George Washington as to his agricultural pursuits 'Facts concerning the use and abuse of ardent spirits" show that the fight against _ intemperance was under \\ay ' that early date The Xzwt. Frederick. M».. Wednevdar. J«MS 3t, IMt NECA Holiday Celebration 4th July Sunday Band Concert 8 P. M. -- SUley Fark 5th July, Mon., OldfashiOH Picnic 1 F. ML Races Me Contests -- Frizes 5 P. M. Basket Supper -- Bring Your Own 6 P. M. All Star Speed Ball Game Camp Detrick vs. Frederick Civic FAXK Fl'XDS ALLOTTED The Maryland Board of Public Works meeting in Annapolis Tuesday alloted $3.553 to purchase 101 acres of land on South Mountain for Gathland State Park. The property is the former George Alfred Townssad estate at Gapland Smartest Walking Shot* For lovelier Hair All Summer Long Blue and Grey's Exclusive Multi-Curl Permanent Ifs charming and to flattennc -wave wnich encircles your head with easy-to-manage. lasiir.c. spnney curls We invite every woman to try this ' senaitional new method -- particularly those wtth UfScult-to-w«\ e Baby « Hair. i FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE 809 Air Conditioned BLUE GREY Beauty Shop 106 West Patrick Street WHY "Stepping Vow/t" IS SO IMPORTANT TO YOU Hudson amazes molor-car world fay using vital "step-down" zon*--not available in any other ear--to bring you riding qualities and safety beyond anything known before! 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