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f Can't Accept' Nomination, Ike Declares ' By the Associated Press Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower I called off the swelling "we want "ike" Democratic presidential boom last Monday night with a statement that he "could not accept nomination for any public office." Politicians in Washington said his language was apparently as strong as he could have made short of repeating General Sherman's famous statement that he would not run if nominated nor serve if elected. His lit Votes But with at least 110 nominating votes definitely committed to him and scores of othei.. wavering in lis direction, there was no mimed- ate assurance that the boom was A'holly broken up In a memorandum made pubhc : h r o u g h Columbia university A-here he is president, the retired \rrny Chief of Staff said he "will aot at this time, identify myself A-ith any political party and could not accept nomination for any political office or participate in partisan political contests." He said his views were still the same as last Jaunary. when he headed off a Republican nomination move with a statement that he was "not available for and could not accept nomination to high political office." One big question left by the Eisenhower statement was what happens now at a caucus called in Philadelphia next Saturday just ahead of the Democratic national convention. The sponsors of that meeting, including James Roosevelt, California state chairman, have been strong Eisenhower men though their call did not name any individual. The Eisenhower boom obviously had come to the stage where only a flat "no" from the General would head it off short of a vote at Philadelphia. Suggestions were made that Mr. Truman not only step aside, but assume a leading role in the drive to nominate Eisenhower Former Senator Hugh B. Mitchell CD- Wash), a member of the platform committee for the Democratic national convention, telegraphed the President asking him to 'take the leadership of the Eisenhower movement. Eight Arrested For Minor Offenses While traffic citations for hearing Wednesday night were numerous over the holiday week-end. Citj Police sa.d only eight _ persons, were arrested for minor corporation offenses. No Magistrate's Court session was held Monday night. Edward Betsoa. Poolesville. is summoned to hearing July 7, on a charge of assault and battery. L:eut Frank Dorsey issued the summons. John Henry Pendleton. colored, 31 South Bentz street, is held for bail of $50 80. on a charge, of loj*-Â»nng preferred by Sergt. Phebus. Five are he!d for drunkenness and tviidred disturbances. Bruce Austin. Columbus. O: Cnarles R. Dav ey, Ke\ ser, W. Va , Alonza Miller. West Pair.ck street and Edward Mackley, North Market street. V Fox, near Freder'ck. posted S10 30 collateral on a charge of peace d-sturbance by Sergt Phebu? Chief Fr-ed Straley sa : d that there were no reports of violations of the Ja\v prombiting fireworks with.n the corporate limits, no fires and generally the qu-et- est, most orderiv observance o: a double-holiday, he has encountered in his tenure of office. 2 Drown Near Williamsport Two West Virginians were drowned and another was rescued late !Monday night when, their fishing boat overturned in the Potomac river ^below Williamsport I The dead wÂ«re identified as "Boney" May. 28. Martinsburg. ard ," Red" Murphy who lived across the river from IVilliamsport and is emplojed at the R. Paul Snuth power plant there Rescued after he hung onto the overturned boat was Edgar Kenshaw 55, Martiniburg. Had Motor Trouble According to State Police he trio was trolling Monday night when their outboard rrotor developed trouble. In speeding up the motor, the boat capsized. May and Murphy, who \\ ere described as excellent swimmers, sank from view and Henthaw. wno was, unable to swim, held onto the boat Attracted by Kenshaw's houU for assistance. Harry Eavey. Hagerstown Y. M C A. employe, who has a summer cottage rear the scene, rushed to Heiu-haw ^ aid. The accident happened about 10 o'clock and the bodies were recovered shortly after midnight bj 1 DOhce and volunteers. Keep America Strong, Record Says In Talk Salisbury. Julv 5 .*?--Maj Gen Milton A. Reckord, Adjutant General of Marjland. told an Independence Day audience today that America must be kept strong whether her people like it or not. He said that after World War II "we were caught w i t h our guard down" because the Um'ed States believed that nations which had cooperated with it during the w'ar would cooperate during the peace The United Slates failed to realize, he said, that one of its Allies Russia, had a plan for world conquest. "From the day we met them on the Elbe river until today we have seen a definite lack of cooperation and \ve have seen a definite effort on their part to overrun Europe," he declared. SMITH TO MANAGE Y ' Harry O Smith, principal of ' Frederick High School, w ill manage the Fredei ck Y M C A . reorganized baseball nine this season, it was announced over the weekend First practice of the Y team Saturday, turned out approximately a complete -:me. but numerous prospects for the 16-18 year ! old club decried inability to report I for a Saturday afternoon trvout ' A signup meeting is called for last year's players and new talent, j for Wednesday evening. 7 30 o"' clock, at the local Y. M C. A. 3 Crackups In Auto Races A smaller holiday crowd than 1 jammed the Decoration Day mid| get auto debut here, turned out Monday for the big car races held ! at the Fairgrounds although the ' fans got more than their money's worth jesterday as three crackups. ( none serious, interspersed the six- race program. Buster Kelicr. Fairlawn. New Jersey, captured the 16-lap feature e\ent, taking top money for the S-mi!es. slowed down under cau- t:o:i for three laps following the crackup of fs\orite. Charley Musselman. Allentown. Pa . on the first turn of the backstretch H-s brand new ipeed^ter went through the fence :n a ^pin and was damaged Mussetman walked away from the smash, uninsured AH three bust ups. occurred wi:n:n a distance of 50-feet of each other on the second :urn Two of the accidents came vs;h!n Â·niiutes of one other in ine fir^t hea:. when Bob Jelm. Plamfield. X J. and Jack Tay!or. College- vine. Pa. w ent out of control through the fe-ice Cars were damaged and withdrawn from the trials, but dmeri escaped serious mjur.es. 1 Only competition for Keller, in i winning the feature event of the ' day. came from George Van Hook. Ciarks-boro. X J . w ho placed second in the untimed s r!n i ^o times were registered m the finals due to slackening the pace to remove the debris after the favo r - ::es crash Pan! Becker, Temple. Pa . came in third. 1 The semi-windup. consolation for the three first heat losers to determine tre tenth-spot racer in I the f:nal. was captured by Joe Cook. Middleboro. X J . former U ' S Air Force pilot in World War II. with the famous Eighth A. F. 1 He did the three miSes in the slow- time of four minutes 19 32 seconds He was a poor last in ihe final? being waved out of-the front runners' faces. Promoter B. Ward Beam, Ohio dirt-track impre^sario. produced 28 drivers from six Eastern state* to start qualifying at 11 a m. The Fairgrounds track wa* onl\ fairly fast, demanding constant sprinkling to keep down heavy dust Announcement was. made that another big car race is in the making for Frederick presentation, at a later date TO TELEVISE TONIGHT Jo^ph H. Stephen*. ialÂ»nted \oung Frederick musician and compos-er. will appear tonight on a televised. radio program over Baltimore's. WBAL-TV. at 9 o'clock The son of Mr and Mr-- Jo^epn S Stephen*-, 402 Eim street, wil! present one of his own conipoMtiOsis for the piano [Gallqrelle Assigned , 126 Lbs. For Vagrancy | New York. July 5 W*--W L Brann's Gallorette and Harry M. Wai net's Honeymoon each drew 12l pounds in the weights released today for the $25 000 added Vag- 1 rancy Handicap, w h u h will have it-, first running at Aqueduct next Saturday Four pounds under the top- weighted pair in the mile and a sixteenth feature for fillies and mares, comes W M Jefford's Snow Goose Harrv Lamoiitagne's Con- m\er is weighted at 121. one pound above Harmonica and Miss Grille, w i t h others scaling down to 93 pounds GaUorette won the carter Hand- ic^p here Saturday Honeymoon iÂ» not expected to j.tart for some weeks due to suffering a recent foot inur\. The News. Frederick, Md. Tuesday. JÂ«ly f. 19Â«K LUCKY FISHERMEN Chesapeake Beach, July 5 /P--A party of six or eight Washington ian* took a jaunt into what pro\ed a fisherman's dream yester- 1 day. I Capt. Barnes Lowrey. veteran 1 , fisJimg party skipper, reported his ! Gloria B was piled nearly hip , deep with hardheads as the Washington anglers kept pulling them over the Mde "I never saw anything like it." , the captain told friends. "We were pulling them In as fast *Â» wÂ» could cast" Final count from the Chesapeake Bay Arursion: 412 weighing about 900-pcBnds. In November. 23 120 feathers were counted on a whistling i\\a:i IT the te-rpera'e zone most b.rds- ha\? two molts a jear. NowlsTheTimc For all carpentry work, repair- ins:, remodeling, new construction, see Thomas fonslr.Hag. Co. 310 Jefferson Street Phone 214 i-J Get four OUTBOARD MOTOR IXOW AVAILABLE SHIPLEY'S SPORT STORE 1G3-103 N. Market SU OAK or SUMAC Science has discovered an excellent new treatment for ivy, oak and sumac poisoning. It's gentle and safe, dries up the blisters in a surprisingly short time--often within 2* hours. At druggists 39*- IVY-DRY DODGERS CAM, PRACTICE Making an early bid for second- half honors in senior NECA Softball League play, the Staley Park Dodgers have called a practice session for Wednesday, 6:30 p. m. on t h e i r S t a l e y Park diamond. Jfew talent is desired to tryout as the team winch was nosed out of the first half championship, is desirous of strengthening its roster. ,. . HOGAN NOSES HARRISON ' 1 Detroit. Juiy 5 ,'J"--Little Ben _ Hogan of Hershey. Pa. defeated E. ' ; J. (Dutch) Harrison of Albuquer- j j que. N M. by a single stroke in; their special playoff today for the i first Motor City open golf champ- ' Â· ionship at Meadow-brook Countrv , Â· Club. J Hogan had a two OT. er par 73 to Harrison's 74 in the high scoring j overtime match after they had i tied at the end of regulation 72 holes with 275. nine under par. First place w as v. orth S2 600 to Hogan. boosting his season's earn- i ings to S20.197 50 while -farrison , collected SI 900 as runner up for j a campaign total of S9.309.17. MOIi:it\ PHARMACY Successor To Pear re's Drug Start Drug Prescription Service TELEPHONE 208 COUNTS 4.KILL QRL'ID THEATRE BUILDING. D-\.MASCfS, .MD. FULL COURSE DINNERS STEAKS, CHOPS, FRIED CHICKEN Plan to visit Damascus and eat that juicy, tender fried chicken dinner; tender T-bone steaks that yon can cut with a fork. SNACK AND SODA BAR Do you suffer distress from WEAKN With Its Nervous, _ Highstrung Feelings? Are you. troubled by distress of female tunctlonal moatfllv disturbances? Does it" Tngirp you. feel so nerroas, cranky, restless, -jreai:, a. bis moody --at such, times' Tfcsn BO try Lydla E. PIriljam's Vegetable Compound to relieve sucb. symptoms! Women by tbÂ« taousaads Itave reported reiaartable benefits. plnSLhatn's Compound Is -what Doctors call a xuerfae sedative. 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NAME ADDRESS and Addres* of Grocer MOW'S THE TIME JnLALF THE PEOPLE driving cars and trucks are careless about their oils and .greases, and maybe that means you. If it does mean you, come in today and let us give you our treatment. We change your oils and greases to summer weight and quality; we align your wheels and adjust your brakes; we tune your engine so it sings and never skips a beat; and then we give you our full beauty treatment above and below. Below-it's for the crusted salt, the spots of rust, and the other barnacles of winter. Then, above, we turn on our fountain of youth with paint and massage for the spots that need it. What more is there for a happy automobile summer? That's how you save money on a good car or truck--not spend it. COMI ON IN TODAY AND GET OUR SUMMER "TREAT" --ff saves you money in the end. Â· MONOCACY MOTORS, inc. 615 North Market St. Phone 150 FOR RENT 54-acre dairv farm, near New Windsor. Md. (Money rent). Good G-room frame bouse, electric and water. Bank barn with modern stable for 16 cows, new dairy, silo, etc Will sell the stock and equipment to the man that rents the farm. Possession of the farm at once, house as soon as possible. This owner has a jcood herd of 15 cows, 10 of them fresh, I bull, 50 hens and a full line of up-to-date machinery. snch as Ford Ferguson tractor, on rubber, and the following tractor equipment: Plows, discs, harrows. new Fersuson corn planter, silo filler, hammermill, manure spreader, on rubber; new side- delivery rake, on rubber; hay loader, mower, new 7-ft. Me- Cormick-Dcerinc binder, drill, low-down ua;on. 2 hay balers, electric milk cooler, milking; machine, corn binder, lime sower, belts, trailer and many other articles too numerous to mention AH for SS.200. Would brine more at public sale. P. B. ROOP Real Estate WINDSOR, MD. 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