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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 13

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State May Soon Boast Winning Duo Havre de Grace. July 8--In the near iuture. Maryland's thorough-! bred industry may be able to boast both the world s leading! money-wicsinf stallion mad t h e , greatest purse-winning mare of turf history. More, that might be just the' "spark" needed to put Maryland j on a level close to Kentucky when it comes to producing winners. The broodmare department will be greatly strengthened for the. next mating season when William . L. Braan's Gallorette. world's leading money-winning racecaare. , is retired to the life of a matron at j Glade Vallev Farm near Walkers- vilie Meanwhile, Trainer Hirsea Jacobs continues to make improvements at his breedir^ farm near Monkton and is considering plans 10 stand Mrs. Ethel D. Jacob's Stymie. \vhosft earnings are nearn:^ the million-dollar mark, at stud n Maryland when the horse's racing days are completed. In fact, he's gone as far as to name his farm Stymie Manor. It would be interesting to see what kind of a racehorse would result from 3 mating of Stymie and Gallorette and owners of those two money specialists may get together on such a plan when the horses are settled down as pro,:..,,,,_ oucers. Gailoretfe-Bull Lea Matin? For now. however, arrangements have been made with Calumet Waiting For Soap Box Inspection Soap Box Derby Entries To Date -i Th* Htwm. Frederick. M4~ Friday. July f, 1*41 N e «f Driver C. Itamsburj. Jr. Cljde U. Estrs. Jr. Donald L. Pilson DaMd C. Pilson Jimrc Kemp AUn M. Baer William C. Jennette Paul William Main Kichard Stup Brock Gordon Jesse Edw. chaffer Thomas D. Lutnuu Edward L. Bostlan Norman A. Shankle James A. Burdrtte James II. .Mossburj Peter Lee Shipiey Kudy Lfr Slifrr William K. O'Hjra. Jr. Cene Abrecht Lron Crummitt Richard Phrlps Joseph A Bowers Mai. A. Baer Harold A. Shccir^ Richard D. Burr Charles h. Uells _ . . . ,, ,, , ,. Photo by Frank Keetur Freoenck. Carroll and Montgomery county entries for the Soat Box Derby to be held here. July 21. are attending "clinics" held at the Chevrolet salebrco-ii. 105 East Patrick street. Wednesda; and Saturdays, iron.ng out "bugs" in their soap-box construction This is a tp:cal group of 11-15 jear o!d entrants, whose home-built racers will be closely examined Saturday to be sure they comply with Farm to breed Gallorerte to Bull;. the national rules of construction. Comimtteemen are pondering the eligibility of a 15-year-old Fred- Lea, sire of Citation, Ccaltown. j crick girl w h o describes herself as a · torn-boy' and \\ants to compete. Armed and Bewitched, next spring i This means that Gallorette will ! ship to Lexington, for the mating, but will be returned to Glade Val- , ley to foal. Thereby the offspring will be a Maryland bred racer. Although Gallorette ran one o f , the best races of her brilliant car- Hustlers To Washington Industrial Leaguers Frederick edged a 4-3 verdict here. i Citv Softball League Rational League F: Belvoir. Virginia's crack U Results Yesterday eer m winning the S25.000-added s - Army ball cluo. will play the Amer Legion. 9; Coca-Cola, 6 Carter Handicap at Aqueduct last Frederick Hustlers-, in an arc- Saturday. Brann announced his' lighted tilt at. McCurdy Field, leading colorbearer will be retired, starting 8 30 o'clock tonight, at the completion of the 1943 sea-! Playing a 130 game schedule son regardless of what form she J ^ l ' iS season, the Soldiers are ciir- displays through the Fall. rently heading the military corn- To date. Gallorette has earned · petition in the Middle Atlantic jj".- 'pepoer " ° $392535 in purse money and there ; States zone of command. .Legion 1 is little doubt but v. hat she will j With the visitors as an outfield-1 Coca-Co'a 0 non^t HAT- f^^mirtatf ·»« oil -»K/\t-** er. \v?l] hf» " PTimnv" 'RJorh*»n crtr ! Results Yesterday Boston 7. Brooklyn. 4 Cincinnati. 4; Chicago. 0 Pittsburgh. 6, St. Louis. 4 Other clubs not scheduled Kenneth Ford Richard L. Sn\der J. Ronnie Twentey' Cal\ in Blair. Jr. Robert Butler Peter M. Fabrnej Eugene Krantz Robert Lee Littleton. Ill \\ilbur Mam Walter Lee Monalh James 11 Stuckey Harry C. Wastler Ra\mond J. Wright Eusenc Steren.% Thomas Hershey John Eichelber»er Robert Chaffee LOUK X. Cole. Ill « ilium E. Miller Eddie Wallace ^Valter II. Clem Charles B. Jones Eusene G. Sappinglon Sidney S. Sappington Paul Clenison. Jr. Joe Cooper Addreo 219 S. Market St.. Frederick Grant Place. Krederielfc Route I. Frederick Route 1. Frederick 38 East South St.. Frederick 1C2 Peant\ 1\ ami A\e.. Frederick \Y-i^luu;toi» Uoad. \Veslminster Iloute I. Frederick 13 X Jefferson »t^ Frederick 604 Ilrncsuirk St.. Brunswick. C st ie« A\ e . Westminster 113 A St.. Brunswick Rout* 1. 'Ihurmon! 40S 1 . .N. Betitz St. Frederick 20 Russell Aic.. Caithersburx 4il X Betitz J.I, Frederick 116 N Market St. Frederick Rt. 1. Middletown C!0 Trail A\ e., Frederick 405 S Market M . Frederick Koute I. Frederick jl7 I.. Church St , Frederick 114 Mater M , Frederick 113 Maler St.. FredeiU-k 11-' E. -south St.. Frederiek 142 B A O A \ e , Frederick li foltegr A \ e . Frederick E VH amtv St , Frederick .iS X. H tsner M . Frederick I,!berl\town KU 3. Frederick \Yest South S i . Frederick Pearl SI. Frederick M. Collese Terr, Frederick 17 Jefferioii St. Frederiek 1C3 Critter St . Frederick . Col!c S e Terr.. Frederiek "!I laiiev Apts Frederick «*. Jcffer-son St.. Frederick l.ibert\loun Liberttuwn Knovville UKCMUV Braves And Pirates Win Brooklyn. July 8 -SV-·Jimmy DODDS IS OUt Evanstoc. 111., July * erican Olympic hopes mitttimt m severe blow today on the m at the final track tryouts when Gft Dodds announced hi Boston he ____ would not even try for a place on I Russell's grand slam homer with ' the team. J t v i o out in the eighth inning today Previously Tug Wilson. Chalr- 1 assured the league leading Boston man °* *ke Olympic Track Corn- Braves of a 7-4 \erdict o\er rn * ste - said flatly Dodds must · Brooklyn in « game that cost »«wW along with the others or each team a p!aer via the injury *** Ieft behind-- "a very regrettable ! route circumstance." 1 The blow also halted the Dod- .1 ~~ - 'geiV winning streak at six games Tm?1 B1L ^ BOOKED ' Eddie Stank\. Ewes' second An jm Portant twin bill -will be baseman, and Bruce Ed-.\ards. Dod- P 13 -^** 1 Sunday afternoon at Liber- Kcr third baseman both were : " town when Ijamsville and Liber- hurt when the two Collided as ty clash wi *k second place in tb* Edward* tried to tag out the Ro±~ Maryland State League at stake. .n the LlberS - v *t the present time is the on a '.elder s choice ' third inning The Mrore 15 IJ K Boston 7 9 ~j Brookl.M) 4 9 . ; Hogue. Shoun and Mas-j Hattcn" Paiica and CampaneMd occupant of the runnerup tpot to Po -"*- °- Rocks, with Ijamsville iiu. ho * pursuit By capturing both* Ka;ne Sunday Ijamsville can re-* p ' ace Manager Myers' aggregation^ * !IV - setto w scheduled for 1* 11 BLink ( ubs Chicago July 8 V -- E»\c!l T * Whip Blackwcl! recovered h:s 1947 form here toda\ when k ie hurled the Cincinnati Ued;, to iheir Xorfo!k fourth trau:ht \ictory by sh'i:5'ji; out the Chicago Cubv 4" jo 0 Blackwell scattered seven hits C3r for s lOi ','1 Woodsboro 315 E. Church M , Frederick ^01 \V F i f t h S t . Frederick U'7 M. fourth St.. Frederick Kinc Ave . Frederick S2S- V X. Market St . Frederick ?3S E C liurch St . Frederick I,ibert town Liberty tow 11 Koute 2. Frederick 221 X. .Market St., Frederick Game Today Coca-Cola at V. F. W. Standings Of The Teams Vf. t will be ' ClirnaV" Blethen. son i L 0 1 1 3 boost her earnings v. ell above $400000 pror to retirement. of the Frederick veteran baseball LOUIS GETS DOLLARS It's possible Maryland racegoers player, manager and umpire. lit London. July 8 -Pi--Joe Pet 1 000 657 500 .000 Games Today "Cincinnati at St Louis Pittsburgh at Chicago 'Brooklyn at New York ·Philadelphia at Boston Night game Standing Of The Teams , Harness Racing In ! State More Popular LOULS Boston J Pittsburgh St. Louis AV 43 39 38 w orld h e a v - , e g h b o h e I New York has bee Philadelphia . . O n as ee e per remaining tnat the game with the Hustlers j miss ' ion to ch t of nis £ rit _ | Brookljn ork. wasarrangec. i Cincinnati will get another look at Gallorette · v - as trough Blethen Jr. and his under silks at Pimlico next fall. Position on the Ft. Belvoir club i but the majority of starts will be ia New York. »««,««»«. j ish earnings into dollars. In the past, many outstanding i The Soldiers carry a roster of 35 ! This was reported today by Sir '. Chicago race mares have proved failures as i plajers and have an Armv record 1 Stafford Trinni PharrpTlrir of *hp producers Those included C. V. of 17 straight wins, in toe first j ISequer m a "ntten replv 1o | sy. They will ap-, Edgar Granville. Liberal member' American LeagllC -winner o,. pear in an exhibition game against j o f the House of Commons · came along. , Camo Detrick. a: the Camp, this 36 33 35 40 L 31 32 34 35 39 36 39 43 Pet. .581 549 .528 500 .480 .478 473 ! aged S152205 for the first 12 of its ' runs " a f t c r lv -o were out in the first ·20 niuhts , inning, the Pittsburgh Pirates went ' Havre de Grace hasn't gone over on to defeat the St Louis Cardinals 7500 attendance its Prst three ** to "*· tonight and sweep the t«o- ! Baltimore. July 8 !f--^The horse dajs. this meeting and opening day Same series ! still is king of sport in Maryland ' berttln S f'«°untcd to only S390 436 ' The iC orc: R U E Laurel Raceway officials are con- Pittsburgh . 6 '() ! SL Louis 4 12 2 Ostermucller. Higbe and Kluttz. open. Fitzgerald- Stalty. Wilk.s. Mungcr DIckson. Hearn and Baker Rice KfcCALL P1OTROWSKI Green Bay, Wis. July 8 y--Re-- ·ic ^' ! of Ceutc r Rj . v P^otrowski from- o f the Dixie Football^ i^eajzi-e »\ the Green Bay Packers. of the National circuit was an-= nourccd toda. Piotrowski. Mll- and fa-.ned 13 f«.r his sixth \ic- W J u i v «* *»Kh school ar.d service tory against fixe lo«ses Is was me P rodu 5*- ^as sent to Norfolk last , first time he had gone the route j in 12 starts His onlv other coni- i pletc game thi- season ca:n_- on I the opening ia. \ The Reds capital./ed on two walks for two tallie^ in the- fsrst mninjj VL ith the help of Augie Gala n s ssjigie. n w i l d pitch a-id D.m Lit\\ hller : fly Bob Rush blanked "the Reds thereafter \ihile fanning , cijjhP during the rest of his se\ 'en inninc tenure Cincinnati p u k ed up iti final t w o luns oil Jess 1 DObernic j The score. K H E i Cincinnati 4 ! D Chicago o 7 i j Blackwell and Lamanno. Rush Dobernic and Walker. McCallough . Buct Sweep Cardi St. Louis. July 8 f/5 1 "---Scoring five ors Harness rachig with pari-mutucl , betting operated a' the same t i m e , 78 ' as a flat racing track for the first . \" U J rllns ln tnc mlh "nning 73 time in M a r l a n d this week, and p " He1 American Legion out of a TEAM Four runs in the fifth inning them Whitney's Top Flight, who was the half-seasoi'!' olay. v.orld's her sex A British promoter contracted to However Brann and Trainer I afternoon ^ ouls zu . uou nas tsaUmWm , Ea Christmas fcei certa^ GaUor-. Jne Hustlers -A ill be fully staf- for a month-long apoearance in an ette will pass on her speed to her fed, acordmg to Easiness Mgr Aus- j exhibition here last" March Louis offspring .tin Angleberger. in preparation i v.-rote last month asking for his for expected tough going tonight, j money. The attornev for the pro- \ t-taer LeGore or DeLauter. wiU j moter said he had been paid half i art xor the local semi-pros as o f it and would get the rest m ' * *··-.-?,-..- T*TM.--. -- IT T - « 1 _ ^^ , Results Yesterday TO PUT TEA3I IX FIELD Young local players -with Alan sta Groff as manager and coach will perpetuate the Frederick franchise in the Maryland State Baseball League. President William B pay Louis 20.000 pounds fS30.000 ' Detroit. 12. St Louis, 2 Ciex-eland. 14. Chicago. 1 Ne-.v York 6 Philadelphia. 5 Boston, 4. Washington, 1 ,, . ,, . meeting Thursdav Havre de Grace opened a sum- W l n n c r mer meeting Tuesday while the Loosc nexx- Laurel Raceway continued its and too hurler Tressell. newly acquired i due course. , catcher from Camp Detrick ~ ,, , t Ilara . ° , aopear in the Hustle- outfield this J Burall was assured a, a meeting. , e ^ ening because of his recent hot- of Clarksburg trounced Urbana, I Tnursdaj mgnt. The team former- bat hitting potential. Other-wise ' 16-3. in a game plaved at Urfaana will i CRBAXA WALLOPED i The Green Cheese Softball team i *^'g at 8 ame Games Today Boston at Philadelphia "New York at Washington "St Louis at Cleveland "Chicago at Detroit Standing: Of The Teams j Cleveland _ Burall was guaranteed that un-' the local gardens, on vacation. ! at 1:30 o'clock. " °'°*""°:New York der his decision to suspend t h e , Sunday afternoon, the Hustlers i The score. R H E , Boston league rule on closed rosters for v.jl! take on the Washington} Green Cheese 16 22 2 i Detroit the reorganizing club and the J Thrifty Stores' team playing under Urbana 3 10 8, Washington Marj land State League imposi- [ the name of Duffy s Tavern. On I Burroughs and Laj man, Moore ! St. Louis lion on a ban of patrons drafting ! the previous appearance of these | and Schaffer. ' Chicago players out of the league during J -- -- -the season that Frederick v. ouid ' field an acceptable club v for the doubleheader scheduled Sundav at Jit Airy. W 44 46 42 37 36 33 26 23 L 26 30 31 33 37 40 44 46 Pet .629 .605 .575 .529 .493 452 .371 333 the sulky" folks are more ' than ', ? I u m P , uan . d - . holding their o^n. , flRIsh thc jl Clt J Softball League 1 m**i**ir\rr M p . * « ^ ^ y 4 n . . nif^ht a 9-B Coca-Cola critical moments , ., , · ,,. , ttnu mo uidiiv walks at the \vronz nightly harness racing. The com- j Ume made th f f ^ petition might have been expected j Coca-Cola. Haufer ti s hfened in to harm the harness affair, out the the inches apd fc t £ 5 bcvcn . hit , opposite happened. I allowance xvell distributed. i Wednesday night the Laurel, The score: R H E i Raceway drew abou* 9 000 fans' Amer Legion 9 8 3 i a n d betting soared t o a n e w high. ' Coca-Cola 6 7 8 S200.839. Havre de Grace had only i Hauver and Shaw, A. Abrccht' 7.222 paid admissions the same af- '. and Murray. | ternoon and betting reached S505.- ; 1 760, anything but exceptional for ' R , a major Maryland flat track B 'iT- S ? , · Chicago. July 8 '/Pi--Oscar Bat- T · mng felson. world's lightweight" ·, H « ,, c nCG t ° pen i" g Ju " e ! boxing champion of 40 vcars ago, 21 and Racing Secretary Edwin T is serio usly ill of pneumonia. KeU Keller claimed it was the most i son . 66 . has been , vorkmg m Chi ! ever bet at a harness tracks Ot ltxgffa mam pos toffice for several. meeting i years He fought more than 300! The Laurel Raceway has aver- battles in the ring. Big oil deposit 1 ? often are found under domes o£ salt. Williams Grove Park SPEEDWAY MIDGET RACES- FRIDAY MGHT JULY Oth 8.15 P. M. BIG CAR AUTO R A G E S SUNDAY. JULY llth 2:00 P. M. Championship 30-lap Feature Race IX THE PARK Rides--Shows--Amusements -Massed String Band--125 Talented Musician*--in a scries of concerts Speciality Numbers -- Dancing. Slnninc Comedy--FREE IN P\RK THEATRE AT 3-00 P. M. SUNDAY f T . t over '"-* Want Extra p CASH in a '·-^ HURRY? Just "phone --1 1 t * ? * rr i. - ^ £* · { \ rurrsish GS ·vr.tn a few54 \ 5 F!mp!e facts--tell us ho-- Sj » ; iriucft to set aside for yon. S*? - * The money most likely O I, ·i. ill be ready for you b/Jf-| i'" the time it will take you - - f *o reach our office. cl £; $25-00 to S300.00 ^~ WITH THE Greatest Buy on the American Market World-famous first-line S. ROYAL DELUXE AT PRICES LINCOLN IOS W Patrick St. Phone 1270 Actually Lower Than Pre-War! ELASTIC HOSIERY «- B. eo'a.-to o r y ~o-i E U i t i c Hoj.t-y tiat ,i «,«T,«-e«'I y coit'n.cf.d *-o-i -at-A. lira nafatr *-.d -h. b«rf p«c« cf E«lSc Mo: try c=- s'orei · for t.oa. Ota- co~!pj,« S « a r i l « i i or Kenerr coJsijJi of: - »er Stockings «»c. «i tS. dl«.retit gnats ef aid In«n Btae-,- ** 1 *" e] ~'** cn No eha-9« 'or co-i' WON SKID SPOT PAD TRUSSES EKACES WILLIAMSON'S Drug Store BEAT THESE INCREASED TIRE COSTS! · Rubber up 39%. · Tire Cord Cotton up 324%. · Tofa! labor and raw material casts up 50%. GET THIS FINER TIRE NOW! This is your last chance to buy L". S. Royals at this low price. Price increases ·Rill be effective July 17th. · 4O% MORE MILES than pre-war tire*. · Amazingly tofttr rirft on ntw cujfif"on»cf tread. · Softr, quieter fop* on 12% more gripping rubber. · Chosen by leading car manufacturers. WEIL BROTHERS 331 North Market St. Phone 1900 SEE US TODAY SAVE! ROVAl REPORT OF CONDITION OF The Fredericktown Savings Institution OF FREDERICK, IN THE STATE OF MARYLAND, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 30, 1948. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items m process of collection $1 263.091 60 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 5,444 600 00 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 48.000 00 Other bonds, notes, and debentures . 70.000.00 Loans and discounts includmgs S53 II overdrafts) . 1,753 25651 Bank premises owned j 00 Real estate owned other than bank premises 1.00 Other assets 62 771 57 Total Assets S8,641 ? 721.68 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $3,083.787 50 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ' 4,495,892 46 Deposits of United State 1 Government 'including po; tal savings! ifll 20703 Deposits of States and poht.cal subdivisions . 118,23861 Deposits of banks* 1251018 Other deposits 'certified and officers' checks, etc ' 807239 TOTAL DEPOSITS S7 319 703 17 Other liabilities 52.013 51 TOTAL LIABILITIES 'not including subordinated obligations shov.-n below » S7 871 721 68 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital' - s 15000000 Surulus ..... _ 500 000 00 Undivided profits .. . . 109.000 00 Reserves 'and retirement account for preferred capital i 20.00000 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . S 770 000 00 Total Liabilities and Capital Accts. §8,641,721.68 *Tais banks capital consists of common stoc w i t n total par value of SloO.OOO 00 represen'ed by Weekly MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure 1-abihties 3-.d for other purposes s 866 000 O" I. HOWARD M. ALEAUGH Treasurer of the abo\e-namec bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement ,s true, and tha- it fully and correctlj. represents the true «;tatc of the several mat ters herein contained and set forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief HOWARD M ALBAUG'I Treasurer The Fredcr:cktoun Sa\ings Institutio Correct -- Atte--' CLYDE E THOMAS ALFRED G ZIMMERMAN' HOLDEX S FELTOX Directors State cf Maryland, County of Frederick, ES Sworn to and subscribed before me ·this sixth day of Julv 1948 and I hereby certify that I am not an ofT.cer or director cf this bank. GLENN E BIEHL. XoUxry Public My commission expires May 2nd, 19 }9 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT I X S U R \ N C E CORPORATIOX Yes, so good that it's the only beer from Maryland sold from Coast-to-Coast! 1EWSP4PERS Brewed and Bottled by The National Brew ing Co. of Baltimore ic Mar) l»nd. ^WSPAPFR!

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