The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 10, 1948 · Page 10
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 10

Frederick, Maryland
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K«w«, tV«««rtrli M4.. 8*Uu4» 7 . im\f It. IMC » Soldiers' Bodies Bade In Homeland BCRMUUU of ei*ht tidier* from thi* immediate arwu casoaltits ia th* European theater of operations duriac WorM War H. have been returned to the Uaited States aboard the U. S. Army Transport O(le- tborpe Victory, the Department of the Army announced. Of the 4,383 Americans aboard, ·who lost their lives in the recent conflict in Europe, a total of 84 remains -were returned upon instructions of n«ct-o£-kin in Maryland. The Armv stated that each next- of-kin had been notified in advance of the arrival of the vesseL and e notified again after ar- Anti-Truman Fight Folds As Ike Says 1 City 'SovecT ^s Early Repeats Ransom Demand j Philadelphia. July 9 -jp,--Gen. j j Dwight D. Eisenhower laid down \ | a "final aad complete" refusal to- i , oay to accept the Democratic pres- i ' idential nomination under any I i "terms, conditions or premise.." ' K e y aati-lTuman Democrats i from the North quickly abandoned their campaign to draft the General and switched their support to the President. . Those from the South went into * hurried huddles, trying to figure ,' out whether they w ould try to · get behind somebody else. caa Graves Registration Service. Local Casualties first ballot- Local soldiers included in the K«utine Contention latest list are- So Jt IOOK^ as sl delegates were Pfc. Cnarles A. Rhodes. Jr. son coming to tow n Monday mostly to 1 of Charles G. Rhodes. Thur- pick a Vice Presidential nominee moat. Pfc. Rhodes was in the and approve a party platform Quartermaster Corps as a baker Eae.ihower gave h i s Motive sen-ing more than two years, in no - to Senator Claude * Peo- Icelacd. Ke was later sent to.per of Florida It was hs's. :h lr d at- England and on to France as in j tempt to avoid a political draft Iafantrman. He was 27 jears of ' from either major political pa-tv age and had sense MX years in "Under no condition ' Eiser.hov. the regular Army aad was killed er *aid in a telegram ' w-»! 1 be at Abberstroff. France. November . 13 the position of repudiating or 21. 1944. even seeming to uerve from the Pfc Rhodes is survived by hjs letter or spirit of my prior announ- father ,and mother, two brothers, cements. Earl R. Rhodes. Philadelphia. Pa.: "I will not violate inv own con- Clinton V Rhodes. Highfield. and eeption of my appropriate sphere ( a sister. Miss Winifred Rhodes, at,' of duty, home. : "No matter under what terms Pvt Wilson T Carmack Jr. 21. conditions or premises a proposal · son of Wilson T Carmack. Har- · might be couched. 1 would icfusc mony Grove. The young infantry- to accept the nomination ' man was killed in France on Dec- Pepper was one of those who ember 2. 1944. He was inducted in- h »d declined to accept as final to the Army on March 1 1942. J Eisenhower's other two pronounce- ' trained at Fort Lewis. Wash. and i me ata that the General would not ' ·was on maneuvers in Louisiana and j ac cept a nomination to public Kansas. He left in August. 1944. ', offi ce. . for overseas service with the 44th i Tne Senator said jesterday he Division of the Seventh Army. A t , wou 'd place Eisenhow er's name in the time of his death, he was" sur- | nomination at the Democratic con- . vived by his father, his wife. Mrs ventlon next week if someone else Hilda Jelden Carmack and a seven( ? ldn * do u Srst - snonths old daughter. some D *'etates Pledged - Sst. Fred Hayes Cassell. 29 son _ " was for shat reason that the of Mr and Mrs. Robert Cassell of Gene . ral " ent "is "final ami com- Boyds. Ke died November 15 1944 i pletc rcfusal to the Senator. Pepin a French hospital from wounds ' ?f. r said hc ^ould comply with ' received in action the same dav. · ' he S rea 'e s£ reluctance" w i t h ; With his wife, the former Miss Elsenhower surging that his name Barbara Crabtree. of Poolesville ' ""I, offfcrcd to "e convention , he resided in Alexandria Va for. ' of coursc - would not keep about four years, being a transit I ^T^i* A f. r ° m nomtnatln K the company driver. His wife received arfuaiuV i J Om , C deIe K ations his Purple Heart award and cita- ' asShower* P * ° V °' C f ° r tion for braverv in action Sgt. R... th ^ ^ . , Ctsttll was a graduate of Pooles- h-ve made ft'mn C °" ville High School He went into ' TM,SJ m ,±,' ' TM°TM \Jubal Early Rides Again As i Ransom Payment fs Re-enacted Frederi !»bo*o oy Fran«t Kee:^r j t iday afternoon by Frederick ba nk» \\ hesi they "pa.d' a $200,000 . ransom no:e upon appeal from Mayor Llovd C. Culler to spare the c.ty from Co'nfcdera'.e troops the G?n Jubal JCarly random demand was re-enacted Participants in the iccor.d annual "Fighti ' . pan\ Jo-cpi T Grislm. vict-prc-inent Fredencktown Savings Institution, and R:cha--d L Shoe-raker portra: ing the ro!e of General Early. Union Flag Pulled Down He been in the Armv two vear« in jk where the family had resided for a number of years before «moving to Thurmont. He assisted "his father in his place of business there. Sgt Gall wss married to the former Miss Gladvs E. Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Howard Martin, of Thurmont. Pvt Bruce S. Keenev. 19-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Keenej. near Taneytown was killed in infantry action in France on Novemoer 11. 1944 He bad been o\erseas three months: had received basic training at Camp Hulen. Texas, aad Camp Chaffee. Ark Before enlisting, he v,-as employed at the Taneytov-'n Manufacturing Company. Xe.xl-of-kin was listed as Ephraim E Keeney. Route 1. Keymar Sgt. Roland E Moss, about 22. son of Mrs. Alice Moss, Knoxville. was reported missing in action in France on December 16. 1944. With the First Army hc had been overseas about six months. He was a ·well-known resident of Knoxville. There he active in the Lutheran church and Sunday School. Pnor to entering the service Feb- rurrv IS. 1943 be worked in the B O R R. shoos in Brunswick. He graduated from Brunswick Hiih School in 1S41 Also included among those re- Maor William O'Dwier o f ' c York were abandoning the boom to draft Eisenhower and "in; tend to vote in the convention for i the nomination of President Truman." Arvey m Chicago and 'ODwyer m New York both predicted Mr. Truman's nomination ; - James Roosevelt, chairman of . the California Democratic organ! ization. telephoned the Eisenhower ' , headquarters h e r e from Pitts' burgh tonight "I am now convinced Gen Eisenhower would n o t ' serve if nominated by the Demo- i cratic Party." It was Roosevelt who called a caucus of anti-Tru- · man. pro-Eisenhow er forces for to, morrow night. 3 Leslie L. Biffle. convention' sergeant-at-arms and advise-- to President Truman, told a reporter "I don't think there is any ques- « tion now that the President"will be ' nominated on the first ballot " 325 Reported In Palestine Battle Cairo, they ' Gen. Jubal Early." C. S A. rode again at Frederick July 9. collecting , ransom from a group of bank- j ers as he did 84 years a,»o. as i the Junior Chamber o' Commerce reenacted local Civil War iceoes yesterday in their annual pageant of "Fighting For Time " Larger crowds and more poliihed perfortaacce of the $200.000 ransoming of Frederick, turned out for the second annual performance. Richard S h o e m a k e r , current president of the Jaycees. was this ' year's "star" as commanding gen- ' eral of the invading "rebels " Mayor Culler, without his aldermen this year, again represented the City calling on the banks to save Frederick from burning But teieral new faces represented the bankers \vho last year portrayed the descendants of the financial institution.- whose payment saved the town fiom being burned, R. E. Delaplaine. president of the Farmers and Mechanics National Bank. President W. Clinton McSherry of the Western Maryland Trust Co; W Bartgis Storm, cashier of the Citizens National Bank and Joseoh T. Griffin, vice-president of the Frecericktott n Savings Institution, were this year's new faces representing the 1364 banker- saviors of thi* city President Arthur V Mvers v.-a^ " the only "veteran" of the 1947 ran- iom reenactmen;. representing the Frederick County National Bank. True To History True to history. "General Early" and hi« 15 "Lost Stirrup Riding Club Confederates." held up the town, with a background of "Bar,'bara Fritchie" attendants who collaborated in earlier scenes of ' Shoot It you must this old grey , head." at the Barbara Fritchie ( Museum | Mrs. Howard Kellv. Mrs. Lee ' 1 Johnson. Mrs. Edw ard Morgan. Mrs j Percy L. Carter and Mrs. William i 1 Kemp, dressed in authentic cos- i . tumes of the War Between the . States, posed as veteran troupers 'for photographing of the Barbara I Fritclue scenes. { Only one incident marred the ( smooth presentation- D i r e c t o r * Wilhqjn E. Hardy, last year's Jaycee preiident and "Gen. Early." mounted on a light-wagon carryinc a public address system, nearly up- tet his vehicle, making a sharp turn ia front of the assembled' bankers, starting to the Presbyterian Manse for another scene. i CARNIVAL AT SYKESV1LLE Sykesvilie, July 10. -- The annual Firemen's carnival of Sykei- v:ile will run eight days It opened Friday evening and will conclude late Saturday, July 17. The parade has been set for Wednesday, July 14. at 6 p m. Free radio shows have been booked for Monday. Tuescav and Thursday nights. The carnival is being managed by a coTinsittee composed of Heary Forsyth. chairman. Leo Chrolot, " Lacy Gilhs and Vernozi L:nlon. TONIGHT UNCLE GAL'S BARN DANCE BERNIE'S ARENA IN FREDERICK COXIIXCOCS DAXCING THE DRUID THEATER DAMASCUS. MARYLAND Damascus 2171 SATURDAY. JULY 10th Eddie Dea« S. Roscoe Ates "WEST TO GLORY" Plus Richard Denning- . Sheila Ryan ' -CAGED" FURY" Also Cartoon ANY S OR 8 ROI L FILM 35 DEVELOPED *; PRINTED 30 HOUR SERV7CE ALLEN'S.' MARKET 2nd ST. i. Shows: 7:00, 9:22 SUNDAY and MONDAY, JULY HTH 12TH IRENE DUNNE 13 I Remember Mama" Also I Latest New s Snows: Sunday -- 2:45, 5.09, 7:37 10:00 Monday -- 7:15, 9.52 Special Offer To Bottled Gas Users 30 GAL. BRIGGS WATER HEATER INSTALLED TO YOUR GAS SERVICE (Does 27ot Include Plumbing-) Complete 98.50 Installed FREDERIC K WELDIXG CO. PATRICK AT BENTZ ST. PHONE 487 Open Sat. Till 10:00 P. t. Easy Payment* ~_ Photo by Frank Keefer ».^ . SCO " e m ,Y? C Ear!v P a S^ni yesterday was the pulling down of the Union flag bv a Confed- brfved fh PCr TM m . C P ° rCh ° f , MrS " Quantre11 and Jhe t«»«ng of u back to the eldeW ladv w^o oraxcd the southern troops as thc^ marched through town on that September morning ' W b a s h Club « the Confederate trooper and Mrs Quantreli , s acted bv hl l ° Ieft are Mrs Wlll!am H - Kemp and Mrs. Edward L Morgan. s seen on the right. \ rT P PrreSr1 - d °? t ° f J'. ne Part of ^hJ ^-' ·? ° K"" V A °- ir'art of the Baroara Fritchie hou= 'Sfonewo/r Leaves Note For Minister i The ,., .he first dav of ncwed Palestine warfare even «.-, Jp r ' l 'cd Nations mediator was sw 10-day truce ue! J Gciser. Jr. kin is Samuel J Smiibsburg and Pvt William F Sill Jr wbo^e n-xt-of-kin was li;-=d »« Virginia D Siil Sykes- viHs Route One \\ith King Abdullah S303.025 Doled Out In 3Jontgonier\- In Year Rockville. July 9--A total of £303 025 v-as ffpent for Montgomery ccr n:j used;, during 13*7-48 by thc ccunty -vclfare board at an average co« per case cf «9 66 At the end of She fiscal June 30 acccroins to William J Royer d.rec'or. 503 persons were receiving public assistance In a report mace yesterday Hojer stated the welfare board is i "grave-v concpmed about the effect of insufficient funds on the local -R elfare prccrarr. " Due co a shortage of State ive!-" fare funds. Royer said, it had been uecessary to cut oack exoenc.tures to ihe Apni 1?4S level There will be T.o change in the county welfare orogram." he said but added that r.v new cases will be taken tmiess they are replace- j merits for closed cases j It stso t\ as announced that j Acolph Gude of Rockx-ilie. has been elected chairman of the v el- fere board Other new officers are Mrs, Lillian W Smith. Chevy Chase, vice chairman, and Mrs Loui« Gravelle. Beihesda secretary treasurer a Keci both MOC* to ston fiehting fnr 10 days bessnning at 7 a ' KST' tomorrov The Swedish count":- appeal was "iade on an urgent basis--but neither the Ar?bt nor ;hc Jew-; ··hov. ed anv si;n= of asrcemc An i-raeli spokesman Fni'd in Tel Avi\ no action would be taken tonight because of the Jewu-h sabbath Bcrnadotte w ill flv 10 Lake Success to place the w hole situation before the United Nations Securi;y CoUTCll The Ec% ptian Defen-c Ministry i:-~ued * coT!-ni:r.iqi,p hcif tonisht ?avins 325 Zionist soldiers had been killed in TTiililary ooeratioi^ undcr- tak^n by the Egyptian armj. Sa-oo. A-abian troop? and Sudanese xol- untecr- The tme tnc operations Parted was not £.\en The f'o trace expired at I a r- 'EST ',o- At'acks were launched the cor-.- jnunioue said, on ao'nts occupied ov the Jews during ;hr truce ner:od on the southern Palestine fro-,; (AH time DST) Precipitation for 24 hours ending at 8 a m todaj--n^nc. Precipitation, July to date--.09 of an inch High iemnera-ure yesterday--85 High temperature a year ago--84 Lo\\ temperature last night--50 Lo\v terrperatjre a \-ear ago 1 -61 Sun sets toda% --8 39 p m Sun rises tomorrow--5 52 a. m. Condition of r:vers. Monocacv muddv at Buckeystown Dam, Potcn mac clear at Knoxville Advice , Helpful information, given in a considerate manner, is But one or our unusual services. It is our means of explaining tke many details of a proper and fitting rrikute. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR THE USE OF OUR HOME C.E. CONE SON FUNERAL. DIRECTORS AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone: 355 TO-DAY'S WIT and WISDOM OPPORTUNITY -.X^MM*. v*\ *5..^S\'*frC?"~\ _ ._ , , Pho:o »j Fra-ic (vec:er Go c-- t . i « t o - c \ 3 ,'ac^-o" , x-^o · ·· aoo-ve as he .s preoarjni; caie a .-otc at :re P-c-otcr a . Maise on \V C Second "street ·;" a TO^ 07 " fr ' e " 1 ; " e ' J = "·- '· -"· w aro- 1?e o". ',.5 n x a r c h .r.roupr. r-oae-c-x V. j c O-PC O:T,-.t :.- the order.v wa,t:r,^io de: tre -c.-aee -\h c Ge-cr?: Jack-on .s portrajed by R chard o---c.c . o- --- .- - ^r r-^^.'^r C f Co-r.rr.erce The ·» or^t :r..ig about op- portum:\ is thai in rrost. casc^ x o - can* ^ce the darn th.ic «r*t-l n *^ icii loo i?t? \ou h^\c a-i oprrrlu".t". toasi *o f-T.'r -. our home i-.'h :urniTi.rc that % o.! -.v.!! be proua n' a-'d cr« o'. ha\*"c: ~ o u r fr-erd^ ·ice CLINE'S FLRMTUKE -- STORE tl O^E-OtT rnrrrs ox Sl M M F K F I K N I T L K F N O W \ V \ I I \ B I E To fly a bocn- -must create lift to overcome gravity, and forward propulsion, to overcome drag. WHILE THEY LAST! 7 «n»rr Caaners _ 51 jg Genuine Goitskin Gloves . SI.49 Polo SWtU . ,, 37 C Men's Socks. Anklet* 13 C Or. Lyons Tooth Powder Sc Mavis Taleam powder . Sc FREDERICK 5 10 _«^Simh Market--Open r.\tn\t\t* SPAPFRf LOA,\ SERVH E Quick -- Confidential With Spring Bills to meet tnd Summer Expenses comm; oa. people are planning for the Immediate fntare Let ns serve yon today: Loan* up to SI 500 on your Signature -- Auto -- Furniture -- Comaker, Etc. L O W K A T E S 1*antf in tutltttf ~ .\ 244 NORTH MARKET ST-FREDf RICK.M Reopening of Office and Sales Room Come in--visit--See the latest model Ranges. Water Heaters. Servel Refrigerators. 36" ORIOLE RANGE Installed w ith ''Mclercd Scr\ ice" $ 139 .75 Jones "Metered Gas" Service 37 South Market Street Phone 1620-R JOSEPH C. FIXFROCK. Manager R. C. SIMMON'S. Service y. WARNER 'TllfA· "· Bros. Cool IIVOLI YOUR WILL BEHOL THE ONE GREAT SCREEN '' EXPERIENCE OF YOUR LIFE! S U N D A Y THRU WEDNESDAY --NOTICE-ONE SHOW OXI/T SC.D\'V \FTEKNOOV \T ; 13 NIGHT AT 9 P. M. -1 toll P. M. BUD LOU 'The Moose Hangs High See Hillside First Special For Saturday Only · V ICROSLEY SHELYADOR REFRIGERATOR GAS RANGES ELECTRIC RANGES CROSLEY FROST.MAS- TER FREEZER With 50 boxes Dulaney frozen foods all for $ 159.95 E. I. TERMS 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 Edgewood Hotel Come in--Register Fcr Free Radio Factory Engineered P a r t s f o r DE SOTO PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER D O D G E Phone 1900 "MO PAR 1 ' SERVICE Your DeSoto--Plymouth Dealer TOMORROW MONDAY 100AV ONLY ALL\N "ROCKY" LANE "BANDITS OF DARK CANYON" I-WARNER BROS. I/ PREDERfcK TODAY OXLT JOHN WAYNE in "RAXDY RIDES ALONE" 'SPAPERJ

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