The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 2, 1948 · Page 2
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July 2, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 2

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Kewm, Frederick. «M- frlter. Mr 2, lf« Russia Not Vet Willing Io Risk War »y WE* GALLACHE* Berlin. July 1 3--Are the Rus- lians wjllifiifto nsk a war ;a their irive to farce the Western Allies Irom Berlin? Despite the serious situation *n :his Soviet - blockaded c.ty, the virtually unanimous answer :o this question is ~~Xo There is every indication the Soviets would g:ve up their present effort in the face of a united Western opposition last exn*Eced them force would be recessary :o rarry out the;r a.:rs _ The conv.ction *..ie So\.e: will not risk a war to ?ciiie\e tneir ends stems Iron t"e nretaocs they hsve usel. Zach move thev rave naae hss left a method for a QUICK retrea: without loss of face Tn«re Rave been no ult.rr.s-ur.-s . : t.-.e.r strangling of the c:t} In halting tne ra Iroacs the Soviets stated :..-: .»ss cone oe- catse the hr.e to Berlin needed repairs and alternate route* were too busy. The motor h-ghway to Berlin was closed en the pretense ·t was necessary to ;-top "worthless Western marks" from flood- Ing the East zone curing currency -evision. These emergencies cou!d be found ended o%ern:j;ht Not Closed Forever The Russians n«\e ne%er stated the routes were closed forever It ss the opinion of obser\'ers here the Soviets have made no attempt to plug the a:r route to Berlin because such a rrove would require force The only w a y to stop a plane from flying i to hoot it down or force it do»vn Alternately the airports might be seized. To do this. Soviet troops would have to invade the British and American sectors of Berl.n. Any action to make the Western position clear must come from Washington. London and Pari* No further retal.atory moves Don't go to a grab bag are left the Western occupation commander*. They have cut off sll supplies to the Soviet zone from Western Germany, but these cannot be decisive Soviet losses through this retaliatory action czanot be compared with the enormous prestige they would have by forcing the Western powers to give up their rights in Berhr and abandon 2.000.000 Germans they have promised to protect. Any action to be taken to kreak the Soviet blockade must be led bv the Unsted States Neither France nor Britain is strong enough to influence tne Soviet colossus no matter w hat the;, do or say. Even if the gigantic British- American air effort to supply the city is successful, it is not a permanent SOiUttO" It involves pour»ng n -liion* of United States and Br:t.;.h mon^y into an enterprise wh.ch is a de- feis.\e and %· ssteful mechanism at V -- Dr UK KERN sTKICKEN Butler Pa. Juiv i Aubre ! Kem 45 Butler optometrist. d:cd st h:r office today of a heart attack A native cf Jerse Shore. Pa . Dr. Kern wa 1 - graduated from Rochester University in 1926 He v as part president of the Butler Lions Club, a member oi the Free and Accepted Mason* of Jersey Shore Bcriac^ his w i d o w . Mrs.. E\a V."tllianion Kerr- he leave-* four brotners. includsnu Chester Kern of Westminster Md Frills Ripped Out Of Courses For GIs I Washington. July i Jfi--Ripping ' out frills from G. I. training i courses, the Veterans AdmJnistra- I tion announced today it-wont pay ] · for any more courses in such sub- i jects as ballroom dancir-.f and bar- tonding The same goes for photography, personality development, public speaking sports. entertainment and mus.sc The test is whether a course is vocational II jt is. Uncle Sam vull' pick up the check for properly qualified veteran If it's avocatiou- al or recreational, he won't. The VA determines which is which Instructions went out today , under the 1949 VA appropriations law which specifier that none of the nnonev can be used for a\ oc- aiional or recreational courbet Where \-eterans already are taking Msch courses, VA said Jt would continue paying the uiual jubsis- lence allowance-, until the course is completed i'hgn; training v. eui on the approved Isst. but ghder training and various flying courses which are cseariy for amusement on!y are under the ban. Scientists can; produce a perfect vacuum, but tney now have learned to make one that is 99 9999U9 per cent peifet! L«*k in tfc« YtlUw your Classified ' Telephone Directory- , for Barbers \ Automobile Equipment '' Automobile Service i or almost anything else j SAM MILLER'S Army Surplus Store 33 35 Smth Market Street Genuine Army Shoes and Clothing ALL SIZES Ideal For Farmers And Working Men COMBAT SHOES, COVERALLS, T-SHIRTS, COMBAT PANTS AND JACKETS, BELTS, FIELD JACKETS, PUPTENTS, SOCKS, ARMY KHAKI PANTS SHIRTS, WORK GLOVES. New Work Shoes and Slippers NEW POLICE AND MOTORMAN'S SHOES MARINE, ARMY AND NAVY SLIPPERS NEW Khaki Pants and Shirts Crisp, Cool Cottons . . . Now is the time you need them . .. NEW YORK SAMPLE is the place to pick them s,-. ^ Because fiere i? where you find the larjrest selection in tow n -- from simple house dresses to smart "dress-ups" -- Because here you'll find the_ most well-known names in dress making. Because here you"!! find prices that go easy on your budget. For the Cotton you need . . . for the Cotton 3ou want . . . come to the New York Sample Shoppe today. S 2.98 to s 14.98 Special Assortment of Dresses Reduced to *3.0i Size* up to 46 BLOUSE SPECIAL! 2 Group-' Se'.ecteci From Higher Price Range? And Reduced 2 for S 3 SAMPLE SHOPPE New Peak Reached By Commodity Prices Washington. July 1 j)--Whole- sale commodity price.-:. a« rne**- ured by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, rose to a new post war high in the week ended June 26. The bureau reported today that. its index of 900 commodities reached 16C7 per cent of the 1926 average of 100. This w, a* 08 per ceu: increase for the v. eek and took the index 0 7 per cent above tne p"ior postwar htgn of mid-January. 1948. The index nov.' is only 03 per cent below the aH time h:gh of Mav. 1920 In the week, average pricte for farm products ro^e 2 per cent, led by steers. live poulto- and v. heal, corn raw %vool and eggs. Wholesale food prices rose 13 per cent Tnere 'Acre ncreases reported for pork, butter and cheese, rice, rav.- iu^jr eitd lard The '.\ho!e -a!e price rise j* con- ~-:dereu by government s.atiiticians ai a posiibie indica'.on of further retail price increases in tne future by his sister. Mrs. Charl« Gruber. Many birthday cards and presents were received and refreshments were served. Thove prevent were Mr. and Mrs. H*rl*n K. Albaufh and son Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klinf and son. Larry of Frederick: Mr. and Mr*. Harry Wood and daughter Mae of LeGorc: Mrs. Charles Gruber 'aod children. Emma and Johnny of t Rocky Ridge; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy i Guy of Baltimore: Mr. and Mrs. j Joseph Cole and sons Joseph Jr. and Kenneth of Texas: Mr. and · Mrs. Thurman Albsugh and daugh- · ter Myrtle Ann of Glenelg: Mr. and { Mrs. Edward Streaker of Klu ott' City. Civitan Club at their regular dinner-meeting at the Francis Scott Key Hotel Thursday night by L. H. Crickenberger. near New Market. Master of Pomona Grange and general chairman for the field day. Upton Quinn exhibited motion pictures taken at a similar- demonstration in Iowa last year. W. Jerome Offutt. president. | presided, and Basil Lewis, program j chairman, introduced the speaker, v.-ho explained the benefits of con-. nervation of soil and moisture on' farmland. The attendance prize was v.-on by Charles W. Crum. The guests in! eluded: Francis X. Staley, Jr, ! Henry Loefler and J. O. Vaughn. , chine-gun ma.\sacre at Kaifeng. The city, capital of Honan pro- viace. ftzs held by the Communists for three days last week Gen. Ten* Wen-Yi, the spokesman named a lieutenant of Kaifeng garrUcn a* his informant He said the lieutenant was the sole survivor of the massacre escaping by feigning death. Soil Conservation Plan , Told Civitan Members j f Plans for the soil conservation ! demonstration on the Thrasher l farm near Jefferson on August 9 were described to members of the 5,«M CHINESE EXECUTED j Nanking, July 1 tjp--The Chinese j government military spokesman; stated today that the Communists' executed 5,000 Nationalist troops j and government i*orkers in a ma- i NowlsThcTimc For all carpentry work, repairing, remodeling, new eomtrme- tion, see T)w«as Construing, to. 310 Jefferson Street Phone 2144-J F»r.st steamboat to make a regular sea voyage w as the " Phoc-' n:x ' which steamed from Kobokesi to Philadelphia sn 1809 AI:TO GLASS I N S T A L L E D Frederick Paint Glass Store ·33 North .Market St..Frederick. Md. BIRTHB\y PARTY A dejsghtfu! b.rthday party v/as heJd Sunday for 5!r Harla:: K. Albaugh at his no.-ne jn Henryton. The task- V.SA decorated in p.nk and wn:te v.-sth a five tier cake FOR ELECTRICAL REPAIR WORK and HOUSE WIRING HARRY TINNEY I'i Hamilton Av c . Phone 1601 45 bouui Market St NECA Holiday Celebration 4th July Sunday Band Concert 8 f. M. -- Staley Park 5th July, Won., Oidfashion Picnic 1 P. M- Races 4: Contests -- Prizes 5 P. M. Basket Supper -- Bring Your Own 6 P. M. All Star Speed Ball Game Camp Detriek vs. Frederick Civic League SAVE LABOR with MULKEY'S NEW I M P R O V E D ' A»-Ste«l PORTABLE 4 BALANCED ELEVATOR for · BALED HAY and · Ear C» ·tc. * One man can handle and operate. ·V New winch ajwmblr eajiir r»i»e. ~ " ' ' BAKER'S 252 West Patrick St. PHONE 1423 G I G A N T I C FIREWORKS DISPLAY Monday Nite, July 5th Walkersville Firemen's Carnival WALKERSVILLE, MARYLAND Thv Grvutvsl Spwtaclf You Hare Ervr Il7fn*».«.«««f BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY -- BUT COME EARLY FREE PARKING FREE PARKING A Pyroteehnical Display You Will Long Remember CUBIC FOOT -18.5 FREEZER LDSPOT Regular Price of Freezer 449.50 Without Frozen Food F O O D S « STORAOE CAPACITY-740 IBS. (Av.) * FRKZWC CAPACITY-IBS. IN 12 HOURS All For 429 SG Only 43.00 Down On Sears Eas}- Payment Plan . WEIDSO All STHl CABJNFT · WHITE BAKED-ON EXTiRIOR FINISH » SEAMLESS WHtTE POKCEIAIN ENAMEl INTERIOR · HEAVilY INSULATED FOR ItEO TEMrEXATURES · TEMPERATURE INDICATC* ON OUTSIDE OF CABINET · ADJUSTAME COID CONTROL » fUlt OPENINO COUNTERBALANCED UD · LOCKABLE CHROME HANDLE · CONVENIENT TOE SPACE SLIDING ALUMINUM TRY · 3 COMPARTMENT DIVIDERS · 3 SECTION SEPARATORS 3 SLIDiNC BASKETS · SEPARATE FREEZER COMPARTMENT With Purchase You Receive: 6 PKGS. ASPARAGUS--Cuts 6 PKGS. CAULIFLOWER 6 PKGS. CORN--Cut 6 PKGS. GREEN BEANS--Cut 4 PKGS. FORDHOOK LIMAS 6 PKGS. PEAS 6 PKGS. PEAS AND CARROTS 6 PKGS. PUMPKIN 6 PKGS. SPINACH SEAR) 6 PKGS. MIXED VEGETABLES 6 PKGS. APRICOTS 6 PKGS. FRUIT CUP 6 PKGS. PEACHES--Sliced 6 PKGS. PINEAPPLE--Crushed 6 PKGS. RHUBARB 6 PKGS. FRENCH FRIED POTATOES 6 PKGS. COCONUT 10 S. MARKET ST. FREDERICK, MD. PHONE 1580 ISTATE OF MARYLAND Announces EXAMINATIONS for JTEEMA- NENT r«*iU«ns Inttrinr Fm- '. tare Security Witk A INCKEASES in SALAJKX i Liberal VACATION an* SICK LEAVE and RETIREMENT BENEFITS SUPERVISOR I, PUBLIC [ HEAJC.TH NURSE J3.0*O-3.«50 ' ' SUPERVISOR It PUBLIC ' HEALTH KURSE 2J52-3.193! i LAXD OFFICE RESEARCHER ' AND RECORDER 3.300-4.1251 GASOLINE TAX IXVES- , TIGATOR 2.420-3,025'. OFFICE ENGINEER. STATE ROADS COMMISSION , LAUNDRY SUPERVIS- ' OH II 1.760-2^001 HEAD JANITOR 1^28-2,033 , RECEPTION CLERK 1.760-2^00 , STOREKEEPER II 1.760-2,200 ' CARPENTER-FOREMAN 2.090-2,615^ SENIOR STENOGRAPHER 2 035-2,545 { SENIOR TYPIST 1.925-2.405' SENIOR CLERK 1.SI5-2570 · J J 1 *· Salary to be announced l I Applications must be mailed not " ' later than July 15, 1948. Appl to | W. D. Owens t STATE EMPLOYMENT COMMISSIONS! I 31 Light St., Baltimore 2, Md. LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE 4 anil vurn big monvtf ! Fhiest training- ba all phases of Beau' ty Culture. Day or ' evening classes. In- ' dividual instruc- tion. SPECIAL LOW RATES Small Enrollment Fee APPROVED FOR VETS Under G. L Bill of NEW SUMMER CLASSES NOW FORMING Appro\ed for G- I. Training For Information Phone Frederick 478-R Or Write Frederick Beauty | School, Inc. ! 12 S. Market St., Fred'ick. Md. j Robert E. Lee Hotel Bldg. THE OLD PIMO' POLKA THE STRANGEST FAMILY WE JUST COULDN'T SAY GOODBYE HAM) IN.HAND Sammy Kaye RED ROSES TIED IX BLUE CAROLINA WALTZ Clyde Moody THAT I AM BE I BUMBLEBEE i · OR NOT The Ravens Visit Our Record Bar! Hear Your Favorite on Our New Silvertone Radios * ! Pretend. Mi. Phone 1580 , R CHIVE®

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