The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 8, 1948 · Page 13
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 13

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, July 8, 1948
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Fishing Party To Be July 28 "Doc" Jamcc Mmrrone, chairman of the Frederick Post Amvets, Second Annual Youths' Dishing Party; Venerable Battleship Capsizes And Sinks By LEIF EKICKSOX Aboard the Carrier- Boxer. July 7 v?5--T h e venerable battleship New York capsized and sunk unexpectedly this afternoon during last night issued the call "Start' the first day of the scheduled two- practicing youngsters" as he aa-jday fleet exercises 50 miles south nouzced the event set for July 28. · of Honolulu. at Culler Lake, starting at 1 p. m.! The New York rolled over 011 aad lasting until dark. [her port side under a barrage of The first Amvets fishing-party j nothing larger t h a n 500-pound and instruction for youths under | bombs and five-inch shells. v. al- 15 vears of age. here last year; 1 lowed like -*. gigantic whale with attracted a crowd of over 300. The j her flat bottom awash and then same program, plus supervised' settled at 2:30 p. m. canoe-tilting aad original fishing, It had been expected she would costume-equipment awards, will be _ withstand all thai Task Force 38 followed this year as a National ! could throw at her for two days Amvets Youth Opportunity project. ' ' Demonstrations of good fishing i technique and sportsmanship, will j be given by recognized experts, i Prizes for casting and other feats j with rod and reel, will be given · proficient youngsters. ! Fre« ·***ts" will be furnished by ] the Amvets. as well as prizes. j Teams of two. a paddler and a i j ouster, in each canoe, will tilt I for prizes this year, using padded-! end poles as lances in attempts to j overturn opponents. Committee- j men stressed that safe and sane. rules will be enforced by life-! guards and judges attendant for! each joust. . Expected to highlight this year's '. fishing-party, will be the prizes' for originality exemplified in dress ( a n d equipment? by contestants best depicting "The Typical Youthful American Fisherman," Committeemen under Chairman Marrone for the July 28 event, include Amvets Nick Forte, Allen Kinsey. Dick Stull, L. L. Liller and Vernon Castle. then require finishing by torpedoes. The New York had survived two wars and two atomic blasts at Bikini. Her unexpected sinking left untested the Navy's "bat," bomb--tac 2,000 bomb rigged with wings and a tail and guided to the target by radar. She started to surface ships con i drees of rounds j inch shells. As i 14 planes roared j leased five-inch ! pounders which the New York's roll shortly after spieled firing hun- of three and five- she turned turtle, overhead and re- rockets and 500- hit squarely on upturned keel. CO-OP College Park. July 7 W5--About 75 officials from .six states arrived here today for a three-day meeting of Southern States Coopera- j tive. j They were district managers, i members of th« board of directors | and representatives of manage- j rr.ent from Maryland. Delaware. Virginia. West Virginia. Kentucky , and Tennessee. | The downbeat of a bird's wings . throws air backwards, gix'ing the I bird propulsion. | OR. WALTER SNOW OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined -- Glacse» Fitted 41 North Market St. Phone S35 WOMEN who feel by fittctioiul 'mirfdle-af il Do you suiTer Ircm bot flashes, west, uerrcus. IrrtsSle clarsrcy re*!tags-due to tt« functScsa! "r"'1se-age* period pwcai^r to worsen (3S-52 yrs.) ·} Tiea x iryLyets E-Piafchara'a Vegetable Compound to rrttei e sue* symptoaisE It also h=s what DOCWKS call a sto=»cJHc tonic effeci! LYDIA L PINKHAH'S . . . H A V E YOU F O R G O T T E N S O M E T H I N G ? You mav have The Xew». Frederick. MML timing and e jiuttdmj FINES TOTAL $3,663 Collections from magistrates' courts kept in the upper brackets during June, as Clerk George Z. Best reported 53,663.10 in fines.and costs, to the County Commissioners. Returns for last month ·were distributed as follows: City, $741: State fines. $211.25: civil costs. 554.80;" Constable costs. $81.55; Sheriff criminal costs. S57. To Game and Inland Fish Commission. $60; to Department of Motor Vehicles, $2,451.80: to sheriff, civil costs, $5.70. TO ATTEND CONFERENCE Towson. July 7 {.-?;--Assistant extension agents from Western Maryland counties ·will attend a rural electrification conference at the county agent's office here tomorrow. A. V. Krewatch. University of Maryland extension engineer, will talk to them about wiring layouts and the fundamentals of electricity on the farm. The short training course is one of a series held for extension agents. Farm leaders on the Eastern Shore attended one two weekr ago. Another for Southern Marylanders will be held shortlv. Haven't you been intending to look into the matter of your family's memorial ? Now is the time to begin " planning-when you have plenty of lei« sure to go into the matter fully --to decide with care and lasting satisfaction. Consult with us in this im portant family decision. ^ Let us show you our full line of dignified, genuine Rock of Ages Memorials. And as Authorized Rock of Agec Dealers let us assist you with your family memorial pro gram. U. A. LOUGH SON 121 South Market St Phone 1569 . ! of WASHINGTON D. C. Your whole family will enjoy the complete news coverage and entertaining features of the Washington Star. Now you can have this grand metro- pelican newspaper delivered to your home every evening and Sunday morning--only a few hours at^er it is off the press. Local home delivery routes have aiready been organized, and a local carrier boy w:il ks glad to serve you. RATES Dcily and Sunday $1.20 a month $1.30 (5-Sun. ma.) °°' l r on 'y --~- 90e a month Sunday only 0 c per eopr For Home Delivery Phone Joseph A. Boons c/o Hahn's Gas Station Frederick 1575 FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY Men's Summer-Weight A/cw ltd pJuwJ. mi imtefieAdive t/ut/t AND CHEVROLET'S LOW PRICES Work Pants Regular $2.49 pair Blue, Green, Khaki, Brown, Grey. Cords and Coverts. Sizes 29 thru 42. WORK SHIRTS Blue, Brown, Green, Khaki, All Sizes, each Ute evL /note att/iactive, than, in, at / LADIES 7 SUMMER B L O U S E S REGULAR S2.98 Large Assortment Cotton and Rayon. Sizes 32 to 46. FIRST in Value ... FIRST in Big-Car Quality at Lowest Prices ... 9 FIRST in Registrations ALWAYS THE VALUE-LEADER . . . j t X always the first choice of people who want the finest at lowest cost... Chevrolet's value-leadership is now so outstanding that men and women everywhere are deciding it's more than ever the Dreferred investment in its field! 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