The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 20, 1951 · Page 11
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November 20, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 11

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The News, Frederick, Md., Tuesday, November 20,* 1951 Clemency For Leiby Opposed TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Nov. 19(ff] --Thu Florida Parole Commissio today opposed «lemency for Merli J*raes Leiby. under sentence o dtath tor the slaying of Leonar Applebaum, Baltimore druggist, i March, 1949. In a letter to Gov. Fuller Warren chairman of the State Pardon Board, Parole Commission Chaii man Raymond B. Marsh said: · "The commission has made ' v*ry thorough investigation in thi case, and it is our unanimous opinion that the death sentence should not be commuted x x x. "In order that the board migh be more fuHy informed as to thi individual's past activities, I wish to" advise that two detainers havi been filed against this man by th ~ authorities in Pennsylvania and Maryland." Convicted last March Leiby, a Frederick, Md., barber was convicted March 9, 1951. by a circuit court jury at Everglades and was sentenced to die in the electric chair. The State charged he killed Applebaum after robbing him, carried the body around the State for two days, then tossed it under a Tarn- ami Trail bridge in Collier County. Leiby pleaded self-defense. Gov. Warren made no commenl on the Parole Commission's recommendation against commutation of the death sentence. The Governor's affirmative vote in the Pardon Board is necessary for a grant of clemency. And only on a death warrant signed by the Governor may Leiby be executed. OPS Plans New Freeze Of Soaps, Cleaners WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 CSV-The Government said today it plans a sew freeze on prices of soap and cleaners at present levels, which are well below existing ceilings. The office of Price Stabilization told manufacturers their ceilings will be rolled back soon to about ihe level of current selling prices to wholesalers. An OPS aide told reporters this will amount to a cut of about 7 to 9 per cent below the present ceilings. OPS said this will not have any affect on prices of soaps and cleansers to housewives, since these products already reflect the lower manufacturing prices. It said manufacturers' prices to distributors have gone down since early this year because of a drop in cosls of raw materials. WIU, ACCEPT VINSON WASHINGTON, Nov. Senator Sparkman (D-Ala.) predicted today the south would support Chief Justice Fred Vinson as the 1952 Democratic presidential nominee even if ft didn't like the party platform declaration on civil rights. The Alabama Senator told reporters he doesn't think President Truman wants to run again. Sparkman said he still .hopes General Dwight D. Eisenhower will become available for the Democratic nomination. Maryland-U. 8. Apnroved Pnllorum Clean Hatchery "Chicks available Tuesdays and Fridays. Started Chicks available for Immediate deliver?. Also, a complete line of poultry equipment, medicines and (applies. MARYLAND CHICK HATCHERY, INC. 100 West South St. Phone 439 Court News fcjwrfcu BOTTLED GAS Sen** GAS · FASTER · COOLER Kitchen · CLEANER · CHEAPER I! FREDERICK BOTTLED GAS CO. 410 N. Market Street Phone 1684-W TODAl JOIN HOSPITAL AID .even if you want just a few dollars LOOM up to $1500 GENERAL , Acceptance Con. \ \ 144 No.Mark*!, at Third I 27S4 Marriage Licenses Richard Lee Eyler, 22 and Shuley Mae Smith, 18, both of Rockj Ridge. * Roy F. Gress, 42, Chambersburg Pa., and Isabel! Devilbiss, 37, St Thomas, Pa. Willard Grayson Ti-ibby, Jr.. 23 and Mary Frances Deener, 17, both of Knoxville. Paul M. Covell, 25, East Fourth street and Kathleen G. Stambaugh 18. 127 East Sixth street. James P. Wesberry, 22, Atlanta Ga., and Nydia A. Lastre, 22, Washington, D. C. Maynard E. Seir, over 21, anc Delia V. Runkles, 25, divorced, both of Mount Airy. Ray M. Ashbaugh, over 21, Cherokee, Iowa, and Hilda M. Eyler, oi er 21, widower, 1019 North Market street. Clarence Clagett Spinks, 21, and Dorothy Jenkins, 18, both of Paeonian Springs, Va. Property Deeded George W. Kolb and wife, to George R. Ketterman and wife, $225, county. Prosperity Cleaners. Inc.. to Russell L. Saylor and wife, $10, county. George W. "Wireman, Sr., lo eorge W. Wireman, Jr., and wife, $10. county. John T. Tucker and wife, to lharles A. Morgan and wife, $10, county. Paul A. Benner. exec., et al., to ilmore R. Flautt, Jr., and wife, 510, county. Thomas Elmer Baer, et al., to Leslie L. A. Tobery and wife, $10, county. JLASS MEETING HELB The Phila-Thea class of the Mt. leasant Reformed Church met at he home of Mrs. Helen Crum on November 13 with fourteen mem- ers present. The president opened the meet- ng with Scripture reading followed by the Lord's Prayer. The class presented a baby gift to Mrs. Grace lippeon. Mrs. Carrie Stitley won he welfare prize presented by Mrs. Helen Crum Refreshments were erved by the hostess. The class Christmas party will be held on Tuesday evening, December 11 in he Sunday School room. NO EASING OF TENSION LONDON, Nov. 19 fp)--Foreign eeretary Anthony Eden told the iouse of Commons today the chasm between East and West was o deep, wide and alarming that he !id not believe any "sudden or pectacular move" would lessen he lension. Rather, he proposed that East nd West try to settle some of their :ttle differences before tackling ne big ones. PAGE-ETZLER WEDDING PARTY--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Page, who were married recently in the Reformed church at Adamstown, are pictured here withUheir attendants. The bride is the former Miss Octavia Mae Etzler, daughter of Vernon Etzler, of Ijamsville. Mr. Page is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Page, of Adamstown. Shown above (left to right, front row) are Miss Caroline Rippeon, bridesmaid; John Page, cousin of the groom, best man; Richard Etzler, nephew of the bride, ringbearer; Mr. and Mrs. Page; Mrs. Mary Carlisle, aunt of the groom, matron of honor; Miss Marybelle C a r l i s l e , cousin of the groom, and Miss Madelyn Rice, bridesmaids; (back row) Arthur Shook, usher; Kenneth Etzler, who gave his sister in marriage; Rev, Walter D. Mehrling, the officiating clergyman; and Earl Thomas, cousin of tha groom, usher. To Pay 4 Percent 3n Preferred Stock BALTIMORE, Nov. 19 W}-- tockholders of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad today received a gloomy picture of increasing costs, hen learned that the board of di- octors had voted a four per cent dividend on preferred stock. The dividend, which comes to $4 share and is payable December 21 o stockholders on record Novem- aer 30, is equal to one announced t this time last year. It was announced after Roy B. iVhite, president of the railroad, old the annual stockholders meet- ng that revenues are increasing iut expenses are increasing even aster. "The spread is continually wid- ning," he added. White said revenues jumped 136 n the first ten months of this year, ivhile operating costs went up 15 U6 3er cent. The reason for this, he aid, was "the increases in costs were not piomplly followed by ap- iroval of higher intes." The answer to the problem Is icater efficiency, he told the meeting. As an example, he noted hat B. O. saved $34.000,000 a ear bv replacing steam locorno- ives with diesels. The president said the company's noome for January-October this year was about $13,527,863 on operating revenues of about ?375,502,619. The stockholders re-elected directors and the directors elected White president and all real! other principal officers of th« company. Gross area of forest lands in New Mexico is 20,000^000 acres. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED DR. WALTER SNOW OPTOMETRIST 41 North Market St. Phone 835 P A I N T I N G AND DECORATING RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL All Work Guaranteed Property Damage Public Liability Insurance CALL 1527 E. Harp Gilbert (Formerly with Coblcntr Painting *· DccoratlnR Co.) 114 W. 5th Si. Blood cells are so minute that 60,000 could be placed on the head of a common pin. 'Lady In Black 9 Leads Attack By Chinese WESTERN FRONT, Korea, Nov 19--/P)~A mysterious woman in black, brandishing a pistol, le a fanatical Chinetie charge througl minefields and machine gun fir on this front Saturday, a rescue* British soldier reported today. Cpl. Gordon Taylor, 25, of Man Chester, member of the King'; Shropshire Light Infantry, wa captured when the Reds overran a British hill position in the Sat urday morning attack. He wa; rescued when the Shropshire stormed back up the hill Sunday and found hinj in a ruined dug out, where he had taken shelter from British artillery fire, Taylor gave this account: He was in his position on the cres of the hill when the Chinese sud denly launched the onslaught it typical Communist style--wave on wave of swarming infantry thai ignored the hail of rifle and machine, gun fire poured onto them A small part of the Shropshire position was overrun and Tayloi was caught behind the Chinese. "I lay there and saw the woman F D COVERS FROM 1944-1951 AT THE KEY STAMP CO. 116-A E. Patrick St. Hr». 3:30-5:30 Wk. Days 9-9 Sat. Do you like coffee witr down satisfying flavor Calvert is the coffee fo: JPILLSBUKV OCEAN SPRAY KOUNTV KIST Pancake Mix ... 2 - 35= Cranberry Sauce 2-35 Peas 2 ~29 VERMONT MAID SLIVER FLOSS Maple Syrup... DEL MAIZE 12 oi. hot. Sauer Kraut . . 2-27c NibletsCorn . . 2-35 MRS. FILBERT'S L1BBVS STOKLEY'S Margerine . . . . · * 33- Custard Pumpkin w 20* Red Beets«'~« -19 DEL-MONTE Peaches FRESH CAPE COD · · · · 32c Cranberries . . LARGE _ _ _ CAN iJ^C DULANY'S DEL-MONTE Fruit Cocktail . . »41« PILLSBURY Pie Crust Mix .. 2 = 33 MUSSELLMAN'S Pie Cherries . . 2 45 ASSORTED FLAVORS Jello 3» 25 WOOD'S OLD TIME LOOSE Mince Meat . . . «·· 45= FINE QUALITY Sharp Cheese . . »79 FLORIDA Grapefruit . . SOLID GREEN Slaw Cabbage 2»-13 TURKEYS Hens Dressed · · 73 Gobblers Dressed Ib. 65 Roasting Chickens 55 shoulder Pork Roast 39 YINGLING'S FRESH Pork Sausage 49 Country Pudding 45- FreshOYSTERS STANDARDS Gallon S 6.00 Pint 79c SELECTS Gallon S 7.00 Pint 89c Fordhook Limas 2*» 55 IHUSSELLMAN'S Apple Sauce . . 2 25 GOLDEN TSLE Orange Juice 46-oz. can J i c 27 LIBBY'S Pineapple Juice SILVER MEDAL Hominy- . . . . 2 LARGE CANS SLICING Tomatoes . . . . 23 r * ( ' all dressed In * black uniform, without insignia, and waving a revolver," he said. j "She shouted orders to everyone and was the leader. "She led the men right through the minefields, over the barbed wire and through the fire." TO OPEN WAGE TALKS PITTSBURGH, Nov. 19 (ff)-~ United ' States Steel Corp., bellwether of the industry, will open negotiations with the CIO United Steelworkers Tuesday, November 27, on a 22-point union demand, including a wage hike. Philip Murray, president of the one-million member steel union, and John A. Stevens, vice president of the firm, will head the 75- man negotiating teams. Besides asking for a "substantial wage increase," Murray will de- mand »n Industrywide union shop, productivity bonus, severance pay, improved vacations, premium pay for week-end working hours and a guaranteed annual wage. Although plants seem far removed from the animal life in our oceans, all undersea creatures depend on them, for without the plants, which alone can convert the sun's rays into food, life on the globe would not exist. Electrical Wiring Residential, Commercial and Imdustrial FIXTURES OF ALL TYPE! AND REPAIR WORK HARRY TINNEY 12 Hamilton Ave. Phone 1S81 FLORIDA Juice Oranges 2 49 CALIFORNIA Grapes . . . . 2 25 W1NESAP FANCY Crisco 3 Ib gg c! Apples . . . . 3"»25 Pascal Celery . . "21* YELLOW OLD HOMESTEAD Dill Pickles . DOMINO Sugar / 5 ·»· 47 Sweet Potatoes 2 - 19 FRESH 33 Pet Milk . . . . 3 41 Qoconuts . . . . qt J Jc each CHOCOLATE COVERED Peanuts VAC. PACKED I'll · FRESH fc55 Wilkin's Coffee . . "89 Chestnuts . . . : *29* BLACK Walnut Meats 35 V4 k. Jnc We still have a few Cory Coffee Makers 21-COUNT LAUNDRY BLEACH 2Fullqts. AtHMY5 · Stfwtoz, Fresh Shrimp . . * S O A P POWDERS Lge. Box 29 C PUBLIC SALE FRIDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 23, 1951 Beginning at 6:30 P. M. At Barbara Fritchie Candy Plant, Washington Road Deep weU electric pump and tank, lot dishes, cooking utensils, three gallon electric coffee maker, 16 iron lunch chairs, excellent electric range, electric movie machine and film, electric drill, 2 electric insecticide machines (Indoor us«), 2,500 wood spoons, 500 gallon jugs, 100 gallon cans, 2 double porcelain sinks, 2 Coca Cola dispensers, 1 Cola cabinet with cold water coils, electric record player and records. 3 FINE NEW GUITARS, BANJO MANDOLIN " Instrument cases, old violin, piano boxes, show case. 150 GLASS BUILDING BLOCKS-(NEW) Lawn mower, washer, high chair, playpen, Venetian blinds, 3 lamps, wash stand, auto tubes, lot citric acid, boxes, containers, lot insect powder, antique Iron dog, saws, spigots, books, fine electric toaster, two pianos, etc. NULL NULL. Auctioneer* A f K. L. KELLY, Clerk A. QUALITY f THANKSGIVING POULTRY Prime Broad Breasted Turkeys, Roasting and Frying Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Capons and Keats Live or Oven Ready PLEASE PLACE ORDERS -- PHONE 433-W W W POULTRY MARKET 33-A E. South St. Get FOOTER Quality DRY CLEANING! Every garment receives the careful attention for which we are famous . . . yet our prices are no higher than ordinary cleaning. Bring us your clothes tomorrow. Dresses, Plain Suits, Plain Ladies' or Men's Beautifully Dry Cleaned and Pressed 79c Pants, Skirts, Sweaters, Plain Coats, Plain 89c HARRY FOOTER CO. CLEANERS 405 N. MARKET ST, FOOTERS FREDERIck, MD. SINCE 1870 REUPHOLSTER Sofa Chair S 69 Act NOW for sensational savingrs before th* end of HOFFMANN'S Fall Sale! UP Get famous HOFFMANN Reupholstering, made- to-order slip covers or new custom-built living room furniture at the savings of a lifetime. HOFFMANN reupholsterers, refinishes, redowels and reinforces your old suite every step of the way. Only the seasoned wood frame is retained. HOFFMANN throws all the rest away and replaces it with all new materials added. Your suite is returned to you better than it was the day you bought it. 3-year guarantee, 10-DAY DELIVERY HOFFMANN UPHOLSTERERS--INTERIOR DECORATORS FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN IN YOUR OWN HOME 611 N. Market St. Phone 2311-W PHON 783 are steel... are strong... are sensible... Go modern all through youi home . . . don't handicap its service and value with old- fashioned doors. Install Truscon Residential Steel Doon and Frames throughout . . . and enjoy real freedom from warping, sagging and springing. Once installed, they will always open easily... close solidly and securely... and never need refitting, Caa't swell, shrink or crack. Built like a bridge, of 18' and 20-gauge steel. Beautiful modern design. Let us demonstrate the many advantages of Truscon Residential Steel Doors and Frames to you . . . and quote some mighty attractive figures! SEEGER CO. 45 South Market Street Phone 106 SPAPFRf

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