The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 7, 1948 · Page 12
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July 7, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 12

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'·' *· Tfc* Krtn, FrXtrick. MkL, WetoeMaj. J«ly 7. Plan Traffic Control For Field Day' An extensive general traffic control, plan have been formulated in conjunction with the State Police for the Conservatioa Field Day ·vent, ofl U*e Xellie V. Thrasher farm, near Jefferson on Aufust 18. - Actieipftun( an attendance approximating 25,000. space has already been secured for parkins . 11.500 motor vehicles, the vast ma' jority of which will be placed on land allotted for that purpose on the farms of Thomas L, Thrasher. Maurice L. Dade. Paul Stockman and John J. Arnold, the general committee announced. These farms are immediately adjacent to the farm where the ··face-lif- ting" project w31 take place between 9 a. m.. and 5 p. m.. on the scheduled day. T* Amifa C* Troopers Approximately 60 State Troopers will be assigned here for the i Soviets Give i Yugoslavia | Hard Answer , London. July 6 \JP-/--Premier' Marshal Tito's Yugoslav Communists got a hard answer tonight e to their defiance of the Com inform and their appeals to Prime Minister Stalin to help them back to a high place in the Communist world. Russia's Communiit party announced it has rejected an invita- , tion to send a delegation to the Yugoslav Communist C o n g r e s s opening in Belgrade July 21. The announcement was made through the Soviet news agency Tass and the Moscow radio The Yugoslav Communist party placed itself "outside the family of , Communist parties" the Russian communique aid. by it* refusal to j attend a Communist International ; Information Bureau Commform' · meeting in Romania last month At that meeting, other members of , the nine-nation Commform dii- Married Here On June 20 uase of traffic at the site, but to also cope with the increased flow of motor vehicles anticipated from throughout Maryland and adjacent staies. The traffic control committee is headed by State Police Lieutenant Charles W. Magaha and includes Bussell H- McCain. Cecil K. Holter Tlto - from the Marxist line. The Central Committee of the Russian Communist part}, uhicjt Stalin has served as general secretary since 1922. thus, repeated in almost identical words a charge in the original Comisiform blast at Sr.. V. Grant Hooper. Herbert Duvall. David H. Fry. Eugene Thomas. Roy L. Warfield and Edgar Thomas. In addition to outlining the general traffic control plan, the duty of the committee is to designate parking areas for the general public, field ·workers, concessionaires, special guests, field day officials and all others requiring special privileges. The committee will also provide traffic directional signs, windshield niflK/»n1t;»^ identification stickers, press -TM» ^""tUIUO other credentials. Concessions Inasmuch as Conservation Field Day was originally sponsored Frederick Cotintv Pomona The Russians implied that the situation remains the same--the Yugoslav Communists have not repented of their "Troskyist" actions charged by the Cominform and. therefore, still are not welcome back into the Communist fold Moscow previously had announced that the Central Committee of the Soviet party had received the parking report of the Commform meeting on Yugoslavia and approved it. Gang Member Die* In AJcatraz Prison San Francisco. July 6 C/P Alcatraz marked off a long-time resident today--hie termer Albert L, Bates, notorious outlaw- kidnaper of Charles Urschel, wealthy Oklahoma oilman, in 1933. Bates died Sunday of a heart j ailment. Warden E. B. Swope an- jnounced last night. 1 The onetime member of the i notorious George (Machine Cunt j Kelly gang was 57. i The Urschel case, in which the : millionaire oil prospector was re- i leased after payment of 5200,000 . ransom, "ended kidnaping in the ! southwest before it got started," j Federal Judge Edgar S. Vaught said at Oklahoma City. : Vaught was the judge -A ho sentenced Bates. ' The case v.as the first import- j ant test of the "Lindbergh law" i providing life imprisonment for i kidnapers. Urschel was abducted from his Oklahoma City home Julv 22, 1933 and held blindfolded" and shackled nine days near Paradise, Tex. His exact timing of an air, liner that passed overhead daily - enabled the Federal Bureau of in 1 I vestigation to discover the hideout 1 and to arrest and convict nearlv s everyone of the 20 in the kidnap I gang. Miss Barbara E Hailer. daughter of George icr, ap.d Norman June are pictured Cincinnati. O Usher. At Miss Hilda A Haller. Miter of the er. back low left to right Hc-\ FeHovts Studio J Hailer. V."est Sou:h street, and the late Mrs. Hal..d Nor , : ,n J Burke « « , , , . Mr al . d M l i Jo.cph Bu.kc-. Fall R.ver Mass, were married 20 .n the Calvaiy Meihodisi church Rcv Dr J. F.anMm Haas perfor.-j.ed the cere-onv T lCtured above v.;:!, their attrndjnu. In the front ro«. readm-j left m r ,-h, It ~. on They readm;; left to right are C. Girod L--.V Petcuv.iy. ow«jh.,mton, N Y . best man. Mr. a-d Mr-. Burke br.di-. I rede: .ck. ir.a.d of honor \V-iham V.'enf.vorth. Hyattsville! v. ho gave her in and Six Cases For Zoning Board , Six appeals have thus far De-en ion Field AI! a!fficu!ti es delaying construe- hited for hcar.ng before the Zor-- sored by H oa of runways on the Frederick ing Board at its regular monthly i Grange ' a "P° rt had been apparently clear- session next Mo.iday evening at 7 Granges *** Tuesday. City Engineer W. o'clock Included m the- group ib In Airport Construction i s;de of Ejbt Mreet between Church L. S. PLANE CRASHES «"e ^arer""*' '° "" ^^ ^ankfurt. Germany. July 6 ^ Aldermen Meet Tonight ~ t ' S A a r Force headquarters The Mayor and Aldermen meet ia!i today a " A:nc «»n plane fly- totueht in regular session, the fir^t meeting i«nce mid-June -It xvas r.ot (earned whether any action ui!l be taken on contract* now awaiting award and for which bids cti - ' oKl :o blockaded Berlin, crashed last nigh:, slightly injur- ; "S two crewmen They said the P^ 3 " e - a C-47, v.as badly darnag- I Lovettsville Bov I * i Hurt By Firecracker I Bobby Legard. ron of Mr. and · Mrs. P. F. Legard, near Lovetts- iville. Va.. is undergoing treatment at George Washington Hospital. { Washington, following a fireworks I accident at his home last Saturday. i According to witne-ses. the i youth placed a firecracker under a can. It was slow going off and he began to examine it. When the firecracker exploded the can was hurled against the b"y's face, injuring his eye. He was taken to a Leesburg physician's office and later transferred to the Washington hospital where physicians said it could not be determined at this i lime whether the sight can be i saved. - : fGirl Cyclist Stabbed, Dies; Negro Sought Baltimore. July 6 jP--An 11- year-old girl was stabbed to death whole bicycling with playmates today, and police took a Negro into custody as he emerged from a woods in that area two hours later. The playmates said it was a tall Negro in a blue shirt and dungarees who darted out of the woods and chased Marsha Brill, a grocer's daughter. Barbara Lee Sapperstein. 11, and her 8-year-old brother Alan, said th» man pointed a knife at Marsha. Alan said it was a scout knife. His sister described it only as ''large." Police believe the slayer stabbed Marsha as she sat on her bike. A , bloody imprint "of her hand vcas found on the road beside the vehicle. Barbara and Alan said Marsha and the Negro disappeared into the , northwest Baltimore woods. She s came out a few moments later, bleeding from a wound in her '. ; chest. j Manhunt Launched Police took the man they arresi- ' ed to a district police station and . placed him in two lineups with about 20 other Negroes rounded up , in the area after the slaying. The Sapperstein children viewed the linen DS. Meanwhile, what police termed J the greatest manhunt in the city's j history continued. , Dr. Marvin M. Graham, a dentist, told police he was driving along the wooded section tnd s«w t« Sapperstein children coming along on their bikes, waving wildly to him. He drove past them; but stopped when he saw another bicyclt in the middle of the avenue, i Then he saw Marsha sitting by ] the roadside. She was covered with blood. "What's the matter?" he asked the little girl ' ''A colored man hit me." sh« cried. "You mean he hit ou v.ith a knife? ' The girl nodded as he carried her to his car. She died just after , an ambulance had taken her to a : hospital 1 Similar To District Case The stabbing had many similarities \s ith the sia ing in Washington nine Says ago of 11-year-old Carol Bardu-eU. She had left her home in the northerp section of the Capital to ride her bicycle *.o a playground. Her body uas found later in * patch oX woods iust off her route to the park. Chemical analysis indicated she had been raped. Police have found no trace of her assailant. There is enough cement in Grand Coulee dam to build three Great Pyramids. ^ere g« B ^ flrT p^erence in «*»TM«- falter reporfed in an- an appHcaUor^nVcrnm^ihe op! ^n ' The^lneSude^'LTM _x-~._ _, - ^. nouncinp the aonotntmcnt of n^r- ,,.,;.,,, ,,* _ ,. , . . . ' s " ·"·--«- I-ICIUQL viie lmganore operation of concessions. The nounc l n g t .he appointment of Dor- former State Roads of a junk yard by Maurice and v.ater irnorove-nr-nt On-cials said the ship, trying to land in bad \\eather. itruck a clump of trees several hundred A.VTf S OR 8 ROLL FILM 35 DEVELOPED PRINTED 30 HOUR SERVICE ALLEN'S .· MARKET 2nd ST. town. as resident engineer on the project. CAA ofticials reported every- call for U ? in .?... m f!2 ng - m °r e ^ rn ^ 0 - tll! ? t ? lan Board of Zoning Appeals by the National erty put chase fro;n the Baker Coal i Company has been executed The case has ocen filed with the at any time since the big project owner. Mrs C G baker fo- the was undertaken. Mr. Walter said. · Sclars for the purpose of" opening *·*«** Purchase, sale. "spaces now left have been thrown ' open to church groups and similar - non-p-ofit organizations. Tentative plans also representation by the «iuard. some 60 expected to be on _ -duty, and participation by the In- _;, " l " B ,, runways by the T. _ _ _ _ _ __ ,,,,_., "-dependent Hose Companv. it was ;T gle Russe11 Co - has bcen delay- · handling, balinu or storing o* ^crap stated, for protective purposes. ed several weeks by soft spots, j paper, metal*, bottle*, ings rubber At the event, the 175-acre farm w nfh have to be excavated and . or other junk on East Fifth street of Mrs. Thrasher will be completer « lUci . to Provide solid base for j ^ t East street, southwest ly remad'e in one day. Through l-E 3 ". 1 ^ ,., . . .. . the efforts of more than 500 volun- . O^c' 3 ' 5 d 'd not indicate -leer xvorkers. the old-fashioned costl - v thc dcla v m a.v be nor Treciangular fields and straight ^P 6 "** of excavating and refilling the soft spots. They indicated that they expect the pavins project to Mayor and Aldermen uil! discuss iccent developments in connection v.ith construction of the airport. v.-as thc f:rj-t accident in more than 1.100 fcod-bhuttlins flights to Ber- i.r;. thev sa id. . The Property o c a t e d n how ; dustrinl use "\" area the !·,,,!..,,,,,..,, , ,- , ' rows, which are especially vulnerable to erosion on sloping land. , a P pca!s Ir f" dc 7 Es Bros, and Co. Inc.. miraculously disappear. They P r _ oceed accordmj; to original esti- - "will be replaced by crop rows - planted along the contour and combined with strip cropping and " diversion terraces to prevent erosion and conserve moisture in - the soil In making this transition. mates xvith allowances for the delays. PLAT TONIGHT The Mountain T h e a t e r , this county's summer playhouse at ,, , ... - . . . , . Braddock Heights, will open its ail of tne present msme fencing . hird %veck of8stock tonig £ t wlth ·will be torn do-.vn and replaced by several hundred rods of new wire, constructed on the contour, gether. a complete conservation program which would require from four to five years to be accomplished on the average farm, will be installed :n a single day. Cost To Exceed S8.000 for age tank for private uc on South Wisner street, cast side, between Carroll creek and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The site is in an industrial use "A" area. Marken and Bielfeld. Inc. for the purpose of installing two 550- Special Offer To Bottled Gas Users 30 GAL. BRIGGS WATER HEATER INSTALLED TO YOUR GAS SERVICE (Docs Xot Include Plumbing) Complete 98.50 Installed i in ni mi K WGLDIXC; c o. PATRICK AT BEXT2 ST. PHONE 467 Open Sat. Till 10:00 P. M. Easy Payment* .4 iViVO UNCMNG Reopening of Office and Sales Room Come in--visit--See the latest model Ranges, Water Heaters, Servel Refrigerators. presentation of "The Petrified For- i ?«'' 110 " underground fuel oil tanks est." -.vhich served as a stage and . for P riva ''C use on the southeast Alto " movie vehicle for Humphrey Bo- j co TM er °t West Seventh street and Howard. ' a " !ltar y road. The area at present gart and the late Lesli- The same roles ir the Mountain Theater production will be taken by Barnet Biro and Tyler Carpenter members of the icsident company. The production will play to- More than S8.000 will be spent m^ht through Saturday, xv i t h lor the job. excluding the labor of special bus service from Frederick on the 500 men. the loan of all kinds of machinery and supplies. Almost 100 tons of lime and 25 tons of fertilizer v.-iil go into her fields, and over 1 500 pounds of seed will be sown, mostly in grasses and legumes. A good deal of lumber, fencing and concrete ·sv-iil be used. It will take 32 men to pat up the fence gates alone. nights. Thursday end Saturday The first internal combustion engines. des:gned about 1680. were made to operate on gunpowder. GRAIN FUTURES WEAK Chicago. July 6 .P.--Heavy selling carried the July corn contract in the gra:n futures market down the S ceni limit during the morning session at the Board of Trade. At noon. July corn sold for $204 5 8 . Other corn contracts were weak and wheat declined on reports of record receipts at Kansas C:t\- and excellent weather conditions over the spring wheat DOLLAR Polo Shirt* 3 for SI 00 SI. 13 Zipper Billfolds SI.00 Window Shades 4 for SI pO Z3c Anklets. Socks B for $1.00 4*»c Rubber Pant^ .. . .3 for 51.00 Men's Union Suits . si.00 FREDERICK 5 10 H Sonth Market--Open Evenlnc* is not zoned. Harry J. Lebherr. for the pur- poie of installing one 1.000-gaIIon underground fuel oil storage tank m yard for private use a: 3If West Second street in a residential use. 'C" area. Harry M. Whj.sner. for the pur- po.se of installing two 2000 gallon underground gasoli e tanks at 506 West Patrick ±irprt ir . a business use. "B ' area. Eugene J. C Rancy for the purpose of installing one 1.000-gallon Caroline undei ground pump and tank for private use on the \\est . 36" ORIOLE RANGE Installed with "Metered Service" *139 Jones "Metered Gas" Service 37 South Market Street JOSEPH C. FIXFROCK, Manager R. C- SIMMONS, Service Manager SPECIAL CHECKING ACCOUNT 15 Checks--$1.00 REGULAR CHECKING ACCOUNT Subject to analysis REGISTER CHECKS Up to S100.00--lOc charge COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES At Western Maryland Trust Co. FREDERICK, .MARYLAND M E M B E R FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. ACTOR RESCUES FAMILY Belarus. Mass. July 6 .fi--Film Aclor Jackie Cooper fashioned a rope of bedsheets to rescue his wife and two year old son when lightning started a fire in the;r summer home last night. After being stunned momentarily. Cooper knotted the sheets. heloed his -nrlfe and son out a second floor -window and then slid to safely himsslf. THEATER DAMASCUS. MARYUN9 Damascus 2171 WEDXESDAT THT Jnly 7th 4- Sth Rod Cameron Cathy DoTras R eei i TO-DAY'S WIT and WISDOM Swimming Pool Selected Short Shows- 7:15. 9:i3 The world's iarscsl indoor ^wsirsming poo!--50 b 520 feet--is m the St George Hotel, in Brook- Ivn Coit was SI 26-J OOO 00 The oni x\orld"i record \\e claim is that we have the finest customers on earth and io evcrythmc that K possible to make their business transactions with i!* pleasant arid profitable. CLINE'S FURNITURE -- STOKE STAY COOT. ALL NIGHT BEArTYREST MATTRESS '.59.30 G e n u m e r y Factor j Engineered P a r t s f o r DE S O T O PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER D O D G E \ SEKVK E Quick -- Confidential With Sprint Bills fo meet and Summer Expenses coming «m. people are pluming for the immediate fnture. Let us *erre yon today: Loans up to $1400 on you* Signature -- Auto -- Furniture -- Comaker, Etc. LO%V H A T E S ff itt totlafp ~ Mont»u in tint/ GENERAL ACCEPTANCE ; ; 7 ~ ti_u--iZ-i^f 24i HOPTH MARKET ST FREDERICK MO III BROTHERS Phone 1900 "MO PAR" SERVICE Your DeSoto--Plymouth Dealer T O M O R R O W AND FRIDAY Conditioned.... Because we sfrive constantly for family comfort we provide an air conditioned funeral home. Tnis is one of the many features which makes our service modem and complete. TRADmOXALLY BEMJT1FUL SERVICES C.E. CONE 6. SON PUNERAi- DIRECTORS AMBUtAMCESElMCE McCad 7270 INTER ?5£T TM'~i'i5 ^i^'.V" 51 " F£vt ' Y E L A N K E TODAY -- CONTINUOUS 1 TO 11 P. M. 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We invite every «oman to trv this senastional ncxv method--particuiariv thosc With difJicalt-to-wave Baby riair. FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE 809 Air Conditioned BLUE GREY Beauty Shop 106 West Patrick Street a n 1 3 If KWSPAPLRl

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