The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 9, 1948 · Page 14
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July 9, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 14

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Kcwt, FraJktfck. MM., Fritay. Jmly f. 1MI ^load Board Appointment t $. I: i Announced Negro Held As Child Slayer; Knife Is Found Contract Requires City Provide Watkins 9 Acres Thoroughfare With the work schedule well in kecging with expectations, opera- Acres 3f real *-.'·* , , . » ,,. Lmne oa Thursday ap- j Baltimore. July 8 JP»-- A 31-year- Sainted William Sialey. Petersville , old Xegro jar.itor was charged to- DUtrict farmer. as a member of the, night with the killing of Marsha Frederick County Roads Board. He jBrilL 11. who was stabbed while *iU fill the uneipired term of the: bicycling with playmates two. days l»te John A. Encle. near Kemp- | ago in a wooded area of northwest Tkrtrn. The terra expires next May ! Baltimore JJ. i The man. Eugene H. James, was * The appointment of Mr. Staley as- · docketed on the charge in North- Jures for the first time since amend- , em p o lice Station after he had £nent of the Roads Board Act bee n taken to the scene of the 'establishing five geographical dis--crime. iricts, * representative from each; j^y^r. police disclosed they had %f the areas. The southwestern sec- ' recovered a butcher knife which Jion of the county had been without i had feeen buried a foot decp and Representation on the Boaro. f ince!covere d V vith rocks in a woods six former C o u n t y Commissioner blocks from the Glen avenue 5po t XSeorge V. Arnold completed his tthere Marsha was stabbed, ·econd term. t -j-ne specific charge entered OH yfcaini Keorjcantzed the books against James was that ^ Lewis J. Martr. Yellow Springs. of "assaulting and stabbing · · - £«cenUy appointed for a five-year, ant } thereby causing the death" of Jenn. represents the northern area: t f, e gj r j J)r. John Messier, Johnsville. rep- i av Have Record «sents the northeastern districts: xhe winsome little girl v. as stab"William Hobbs, president of the j^j jjy a man \\ho jumped out of *£oard represents the southeastern ' .j, e underbrush bordering subur- ^listricts. and Avery Browning.; Dan Glen avenue Barbara Lee Jlyersville. represents the western Sapperstein. il and her brother. *nd northxvestern districts. Alan. 8. were with Marsha or the * The appointment of Mr. Staley, bljj . c r j dc , tions at the Watkins estate development. Lake, are moving rapidly forward and foundation is expected to be the next few it \%as authoritatively stated i Thursday. j In the meantime. City officials ' continue to ponder over the situa- ' lion with respect to the means of ', suitable ingress and egress, cotn- p/ovide necessary thoroughfare facilities. Although the matter has been discussed several tlnies with the School Board in a fruitless effort ' to secure a right-of-way providing for the Parkway exU-nsion, it is understood that "still another joint meeting will be sought by the City in an effort to reach a solution. In any event, the problem will cot be permitted to lie dormant. She city has indicated, for as the . plicated by the inabiiitv to secure realty development advances, tt ' consent of the Board of Education '* paramount that the City reacn of extension of CarroSt p»-ir«.- a v an early decision with respect to an early decision with respect Its thoroughfare plans. Parkway ihrough the grounds of the Fred- · trick High Schoo! | Alternative to this route is the extension of Grove Boulevard, which will necessitate construction Mlirtler Of Americans of a bridge spanning Carroll creek. Variation Of sri.OCI Several wees? ago. C:ty Engineer W. Raymond Walter was sn- YokohaKia. July 8 JP--Five Japanese today were sentenced to be hanged for the murder of 65 structed bv the Mavor and Alder- American airmen prisoners. both Forty-eight o£ :he Americans burned so death in a ceil block men to make a survey of proposals with the view of determining the approximate coit of each. This rtirvey has been completed and it shows a variance of around 532,000. Based on this survey. Mr. \Vai; ter roughly estimated the cost of ^^ ^_ 'the Carroll Parkway extension to Co ^:^ io 'T 1 ' sentenced "to ihc'Tai-. . ·ha* M. AC* h/vsjnriarv r^f Infr Drf?s£flt. . x «r« · i to death in a v.-hen the Tokyo military prison burned in an air raid in May. 1945 The other 17 -.sere cut down with swords by the guards as they attempted to escape their burning cells. The U. S. Eighth Army Military Palestine War Is Resumed Cairo, July 8 (vPj-^The Palestine war was on again tonight. The United Nations mediator gave up hope of stopping it and tried instead to spare Jeruialem's holy places from destruction Count FoLsx Bernadotle of Sweden, the mediator, announced at his Rhodes headquarters the v.'ar ii ors a^j" He said the Jews agreed to ex- rer/d the truce 30 days, the Arabs replied "no," The Arabs flashed orders to tr.eir soldiers to prepare for action when the truce ended. The secretary- general of the Arab League. Abde! Rahman Azzam Pasha, said the Arab nations are passing through a big test. The Jews said :-i Te! Aviv that the Arabs already had started fighting, using planes, tanks and armored cars. The;,- ia:d the Egyptians took the offensive Muth of Tel Aviv. Removing Personnel A U. X. Security Council session was hurriedly called in a desperate attempt 10 stop the fighting. Egypt angrily denied at the coun- cn Uie of a dl table that she had truce. Other top developments tense day were; 1. The U. S. Navy announced American military and United Nations personnel are beinft evacua-' ted from Palestine. The U. S- raval carrier Palau was In Haifa In , take them out. Bernadotte asked both sides to hold up hostilities in Haifa end Beirut. Lebanon, until L". N. officials and guards could leave the war zone. 2. The Arab League announced at a news conference that it accepted under certain conditions Bcrnadotte's requsst for demili- Urizing the Haifa refinery and pipeline terminus and Jerusalem'* holy places. Bern*dott* may talk to the Jews later but he does not expect -agreement on Haifa. He does hope for agreement on Jeru- I saiem 3. Arab Legion artillery and ' armor moved up . to Jerusalem j from the Jordan river base, expecting fighting tomorrow. A few shots were heard ia Jerusalem. 4. The United States and Bri- tain were SAM! to b* working ur- gsntly behind the tcenei to impress on the Arabs their feeling that the truce should be extended. But Azzam Pasha declared Arab relations with Britain will depend on Britain's loyalty to treaties with the Arabs during this crisis. Salt is used for scores of things, including making plastics, nylon yams, dyes, drugs, synthetic rubber, and photographic materials. TO-DAY'S WIT and WISDOM · the '-sest boundary of the present low s prason warden Toshio '· kawa. and guards Hatsuaki Kambe, Kiji Kamimoto and Mataisha Okubo While all the American prisoners perished in the fire none of the 500 Japanese military and poll- . tical prisoners lost their lives. Jiad been delayed for the past j They viewed James in a hneup I high school property at about $20,Ta h-ro c ^. c i j a ;j er Masao Koshi- jnonth after his appointment had t yesterday. 4een unanimously recommended by \ xhe janitor also is being quizzed Jhe Democratic State Central Com- ·. concerning an attack on a woman xnittee. Complete re-organization · in ? h c same genera! area June 15 «£ the Board had been delayed. The remarkably similar circum- Jrending the appointment but was j stanccs surrounding the slaying of completed this T.-eek with the^.jarsha and o f Carol Bardwcl! in Election of Mr Marti as vice-chair- , Washington 12 days ago led to a fnan. Mr. Hobbs had previously pooling of resources by police au- 4x;en elected chairman. Roger H. thorities of the neighboring cities ·TRriilard. County Engineer, serves Boih girls were 11. Both left #s secretary-treasurer by law. ; home on bicycles Both were kill- Cntsxed In Farmint j ed in isolated sections of the re- e A son of Mr. and Mrs. McDuell j spcctive cities. Carol's throat Staley, the new appointee has been | was slashed Marsha was stabbed Canning the home place in Peters- \ souvenir button was found Ville District. He is a director of near the spot where Marsha was She-Farm Bureau and a Past-Master , knifed. It was from a Washing- «Of Brunswick Lodge. No. 191. A. F. j ton excursion boat. ]knd A. Masons. He is a member of ! 4he Burkittsyille Reformed church I ·«nd active in the affairs of the, DISROBED. ROBBED iommuniiv. He has not been active . Baltimore. July 8 (f--A robber iol.-ticallv" and is a Democrat. He wh ° proclaimed "I ve got one murder on my hands and another ^XJlitically £s?££? £,·« tss. i =s - *'»--- - aaf£ ssss.'S^sr i :iTMsi h f^r, r i ** c \- . . . . I tomatic pistol to back it up He - A commission was also receivea i forced Rorne lpto a back room and ^Thursday naming Peter W. Cn!- madc h j m dlsrobc . Then hc ne d -Chester, this city, to the Board of . bv way of thc cash register and Regents of the University of | t Q 0 j c tbe 535 ^laryland. Hi? appointment was i __ announced Wednesday by thc Gov- ;000. Cost of the Grove Boulevard im, provement. including the bridge. ! was estimated at around $52.000. ! Faced with the necessity of pro_ viding a thoroughfare into the I new realty project, designed to · provide housing quarters for 5! families, the Mayor and Aldermen : wistfully eye thc plan \\hich i would net = S32.0CO saving. '. Extension Opposed ! In the meantime, several letters , have been received by city offi- ( | cjals fro.-n local groups opposing j the Carroll Parkway extension. , principally on the grounds that I such a thoroughfare abutting the i school would constitute a safety ", hazard. ' Under the terms of the agree; ment with Watkins Acres. Inc. promoters of the multi-apartment project, the City is required to Great Salt Lake is the largest body of concentrated brine in ·Acrid. AI:TO I N S T A L L E D Frederick Paint Glass Store i33 North Market St.fPrederSck, Md. ANY 6 OR S ROLL. FILM 35 DEVELOPED A PRINTED 30 I1UCR SERVICE ALLEN'S MARKET 2nd ST. BAREFACED LIE Take nothing for granted--even a bearded man can tell a barefaced lie. We are not telling you a lie when we say that furniture purchased today gives you the best buy on the American market. CLINE'S FL'KNITCRE -- STORE "LLOYD" BREAKFAST SUITES In Finest Chroms '69.95 S Pieces Special Offer To Bottled Gas Users 30 GAL. BRIGGS WATER HEATER INSTALLED TO YOUR GAS SERVICE (D«es ?:*t Inelmde Fluritim:) Complete '98.50 Installed FHEDER1I K WELDIXG CO. C AT BENTZ ST. PHONE 4tt Open Sat Till lt:M T. M. Easy PajmenU WHILE THEY LAST! 7 Quart Canners $1.98 Genuine Oo*t*kln Glox-es . ft.49 Polo Shirts . . 3Tc Mtn" Sock*. Anklet? 13c I»r. Lyon* Tooth Powder Sc Mavis Talcum Powder . 5c FREDERICK 5 10 41 South Market--Open Evenings THE DRUID THEATER DAMASCUS. MARYLAND Damascus 2171 FRIDAY. JL'LY 9TH DEAD END KIDS in "Little ToiiRh Guys" Also Serial -- Tex Granger Xo. 4 Selected Short Shows: 7:15, 9:31 ^State's Delegation Support Truman « Annapolis. July 8 ',iP- -- Governor "Lane reaffirmed today that he will ^o to the Democratic convention 20 votes for President Tru* "Well vote for him," said Lane. _5vho is national committeeman for ·Maryland. The delegation v a s instructed at the state convention last month to stick with Truman as long as his name is before the coff- Ventiou. As for reports from Philadelphia that Lane has been Mentioned as m. possible vice-presidential candidate. t h e Governor said. "I'll vote for Tydings." The delegation Is also instructed to support Sen- stsr Millard E. Tydings of Maryland for vice president. " . The Maryland pre-convention caucus Tvill be held Sunday night (8.30 p. m.) at the Benjamin Frank- fcn Hotel in Philadelphia. Lane laid. The Governor plans to board » Philadelphia train, probably tomorrow afternoon. ?n Baltimore. Your Furs Hate This Heat! It's never too late to put your valuable furs and coats in storage at Hendrickson's where they will be cool and safe during the summer. H E N D R I C K S O N ' S Advice. Helpful information, given in a considerate manner, is but one of our unusual services. It is our i, means of explaining the many details of a proper j and fitting tribute. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR THE USE OF OUR HOME C.E. CLINE SON FUNERAL. DIRECTORS AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone: 35 5 FCTXIXG SUGAR CORX John Bare, 409 Sherman avenue, exhibited a dozen ears of ripe sugar corn at The News Thursday evening. The corn is of the Span- cross variety and matures early. Some ears were mature by Juiy 4, he said. LOAN SERVICE Quick -- Confidential With Sprint BUI* to meet and Summer Expenses comiox on, people are planning for the Immediate future. Let ns serve yon today! Loans up to S1.500 on your Signature -- Auto -- Furniture -- Comaker, Etc. L O W R A T E S Cnntf in tndtifj ~ ttnnru tottntf GENERAL ACCEPTANCE 244 NORTH MARKET 5T FREDERICK MD I FREDERICK CLOAK SUIT STORE CORNER CHURCH AND MARKET STS. 101 N. MARKET ST. OUR JUL C L E A R A N C E SALE! You'll Find Bargains Galore Throughout The Store RAYON -- BEMBERG SHEER DRESSES Originally S7.98 S9.9S Reduced To Sizes 9 To 44 WOMEN'S MISSES SUMMER DRESSES Fashions and fabrics jon'd expect to find only in S5.9S A ST.98 dresses. Sizes 9 to 15. SS to 44. WOMEN'S 4 GORE LASTEX BATHING XO-SEAM NYLON H O S E CREPE SLIPS *1.59 SUITS . . . '3.98 ! Briefs, PantiesS^I SHORTS . . *1.98! 2 P A i R S F O R $ l I RACK WOMEN'S 2fc MISSES' COTTON RAYON GtRLS' SHEER WOMEN'S FI.OWF.RE1 VOH.E Reduced to $ 1.98 WOMEN'S SUMMER SKIRTS BLOUSES '1.98 DressesPinafores N|GHT GOWNS Si7CS l io 12 Formerly SJ.3S. Si*e« 34 to 44. $ 1.98 $ 2.98 S 1.98 LADIES' Slacks Dungarees '1.98 LADIES' Vi SLIPS 1.00 Black, Maisr, BIuo See Hillside F/rsf Special For Saturday Only 1CROSLEY SHELVADOR REFRIGERATOR $ 259.95 73cubi Ft GAS RANGES ELECTRIC RANGES CROSLEY FROSTMAS- TER FREEZER With 50 boxes Dulancy frozen foods all for $ 159.95" ^S SEE THE MITCHEL ROOM AIR CONDITIONER For Office--Bedroom--Living * Rooms FOR THE BEST OF COMFORT VISIT HILLSIDE Appliance Store 332 NORTH MARKET ST. Next Door To Edjrewood Hotel Come in--Register I-or Free Radio HENRY'S Final Storewide C L E A R A N C E Clearing all stock now, getting ready for our new store. Buy now for all summer. Many items ideal for early fall and back to school wear. Last chance at these prices. Reopening of Office and Sales Room Come in--visit--See the latest model Ranges, Water Heaters, Servel Refrigerators. 36" ORIOLE RANGE Installed with "Metercd S'trvice" $139 .75 Jones "Metered Gas" Service 37 South Market Street Phone 1620-R JOSEPH C. FIXFROCK, Manager R. C. SIMMONS. Service Managrer 29.98 Early Fall Coats Suits Wools, Gabardines ·15.00 8.98 White Toppers 5.90 3.98 Cotton Slacks '2.88 2.98 Cotton Skirts 1.69 1.49 Built Up Slips 98 9.98 Summer Dresses Bembergs, Rayons, Cottons '5.90 5.98 Rayons Cotton Dresses 3.90 2.98 White Sharkskin Shorts ·1.49 1.29 Sharkskin Halters 69 4.98 Bathing Suits ·2.98 G e n u i n e Factory Engineered P a r t s f o r DE S O T O PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER D O D G E Phone 1900 "MO PAR" SERVICE Your DeSoto--Plymouth Dealer WARNER Bros. Cool EAGLE LION FILMS present: T O M O R R O W ONE DAY ONLY 0i L.OU "GOSOUO mMgr * TM ^"^ ^ ^^^ j± f tKe Century// *j Hangs Hi Z^= v ^ w,:h ^ JOSEPH CALLEiA LEON ERROL CATHY DOWNS Prodaeed and BARTON TODAY -- CONTIN-'Ol S 1 TO 11 P. M. BETTE WINTER MEETING WARNERBROSRfwSucCBS 16.98 Children's Spring Coats 9.88 2.98 Children's Bathing Suits 1.98 1.98 Children's Play Shorts ·1.00 1.49 Children's Sun Suits 69 1.00 Glove Silk Panties 50c 3.98 Cotton House Coats ·2.98 2.98 Children's Dresses 3.98 Children's Chnbbie Dresses '2.98 2.98 Children's Play Suits '1.98 OPERA NOUS T O D A Y AM TOMORROW of QAM ALSO CHAPT. S "BRICK BRADFORD" TODAY ONLY RANDOLPH SCOTT TV "Frontier Marshal" MEN'S BOYS' WEAR CLEARANCE 2.98 Sport Shirts 9.98 Gabardine Trousers 1.88 '5.98 3.98 Wash Trousers -2.98 2.98 Men's Lastex Bathing Trunks 1.98 3.9S Men's Pajamas 2.88 1^9 Tee Shirts Colored White 69 19.98 Sport Coats -12.98 9.98 Zelon Jackets -6.88 1.98 Boys* Sport Shirts 4.98 Gabardine Slacks -1.49 ! (Boys) -2.98 1.98 Boys' Bathing ! Trunks i 2.98 Boys Bobby Suits 1.00 1.98 HOME NEEDS S.9S Chenille Spreads ·5.90 Fine Quality Sheets ; '2.49 5-Pc. Bureau Scarf Sets 1.00 2.98 Lace Curtains *1.98 P* Quality Cases 2 - -1.00 Plastic Table ClothF ·1.00 HENRY'S 1M9 1. Market St. KWSPAPLRl

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