The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 12, 1948 · Page 2
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July 12, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 2

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*'v Hew*. Frctorfek. Mi.. M**4*r. J»ly 12. 1948 Mediator Accused L*k* Success. J u l y 11 P-- A spokesatu for the Government of Israel today accused Count Folke Beroadotte of apologizing for Arab atcression a ad prejudicing Palestine peace efforts Tfee Jewish attack on the V. X mediator came on the eve of his arrival here from the Middie East. It marked the first time 'hat either the Jews or Arabs have openly assailed the Swedish couat, ,\vho has been seeking to bring them together for weeks Declaring that the Arabs rejected a truce extension and resumed their war of aggression, a spokesman for the Israel Go . err.ir.en; in a spec.al ta',ernen: to new s- "The mediator does not facilitate appropriate action under the !_' X. Charter vihe-. he raises unjustified doubts about tne £LisUt\ of the Arab rejection and minimizes the seal: and character of Arab aggression. Are Called Incident* "According to press cspatehes from Rome Bernadotte described renewed Arab attacks a sncidents. When hunsan lives arp lost, when a truce is nagranti violated and when the Security Council J. defied. it shows a lack of --ensitivity to describe all these as incidents or to suggest as Bernadotte does t h a t j the Arabs had tome iea±o:i for) saying no j 'Such an apology for aggression does not augur well for any successful resumption by the mediator of his mission ' It cow devolves upon the Security Counc:! to move forward under Article 39 'calling for steps to stop war). Any action to avert or course by -whomever it is made is not a contribution to peace " Expect S«riet Attack The Israeli .statement came as informed quarters here looked for a resumption of Russian attacks on Bernadotte. The Israeli delegation to the U. X. also called on the council to noiif:- all governments that The four week truce has ended through Arab rejection of a prolongation and that therefore restriction on Jewish immigration and arms sh.p- ments called for under the truce plan were automatically hf'ed Andrei A. Gromjko aireaay has charged before the Securs'j Coor- cil that Bernadotte exceeded his authority in laving a nev. peace plan before the Jews and Aracs The Soviet delegate ah-o accusec the Swedish Count of tr :ns to sabotage the L" N decision to partition she Holy Land Close observer« of Count.: .'· fairs anticipate \erbaJ firev. o r when the Sox.e: deputy fo:' ^i. minister and :he -ned.ator each otner acios the table · ' - ! HOSPITAL RtPOKf Kagersfow.il. Jul\ K 1' -- · Nearly sen per cent of Washington county population entered the countj hospital in the last f:-ca! jcar a report b t'lt :n~.:;:u:jois show ed todaj The :.0;p:tai ^a:d 8093 p u tic»: were adrns:tec dunr-z she ended June 30 O: these v. ere Washington count;, rc^ The count} « population j* e» ed at 78 100 Burned Freighter Returns To Port Baltimore. July 11 3.--The Swedish freighter Dagmar Salen returned to Baltimore under tow lodaj. her entire midseclioa blackened and her deck a mass of rubble from 3 fire Jul 3 off the Delaware CO3t. Tn« " yOC-ion motor ship once gi^uTitig white, was towed 111 iron Nat post Xews. V a . i\here she v.«.j taken after burning for about eight hours On board v. as a skeleton crew of 14 under Third Mate Sveii Edlund The ikTpper Capta n Sisuard I-ou-dal. his v..fe aiid t w o ch.ldren ren*.amed in Newport Xew ; Tne capliiia t fan;:Jy v.a, 121 the :'::-.: lifeboat which left the blazing thjp 20 R.ttu:es after tne fire v a« dsscov^rpd The sh.p l^te-J out of S'.xi.ho'n v.as returning :o Baltimore at tise time from Philadelphia It h.-sa ..jr.-. i-ii here June 15 to | unload sne«t of a cargo fron t.'ie ! Far East Edlund v.r.0 \\a flown hero fron: Sv.eden after the Chip's ar-r.-a! last month. sa:d the Dag:: ar Salen v ou:d be la'-.en to the Mainland Drydock Ccmp..:iv for icpair-. The other 39 cre'v r-e.-nber* ahead have been a^^igned to r.cv. berths Commemorate Century Of Friendship A CENTURY OF FRIENDSHIP UNITED STATES - CANADA 1 8 4 8 - 1 9 4 8 U. S. Steel To Give Increase In Wages Pittsburgh. July 11 (*)--The giant U. S. Steel Corp. is expected to announce this week a wag» increase for 170,000 ClO-United Steelworker members in its five ( subsidiaries. t _ A highly placed spokesman for j tie corporation, who declined tise · of his name, said: . '"The corporation is under no obligation to increase wages but feels that in view of a continuing climb in the cost of living the worker should be protected " The «t«elworkers are working under the second year of a two- year contract. Under terms of the agreement, wage negotiations were reopec«d in April but the company then turned down a CIO request ' for a pay boost. The union accep- 1 ted the company decision and 'agreed to abide by the contract's ' no-ftrike pledge. The spokesman said Benjamin F. ' Fairless, president of U. S. Steel had been meeting with steelworker I President Pailip Murray la an * effort to reach an understanding J on the increase. ! Murray declined to comment oa i the matter. , The Leaning Tower of Pisa ·drifts zbout a third of an incb I every 10 years. TATES POSTAGE Comrneoiorstins "a century o* friendship" between Canada and -.-e United S'stcs, this r.cw 3-cer.t stamp -.Mil go on sale at Niagara rulir, X Y., Aug. 2. The de5:gri features the old r.'iagsra Kil- v. sv Susoensica Bridee. \e,»r 7 317 delay this logical and imperative CHILD BICEAKS ARM When she fell fiorn a iw.isK i» the \ard of her parent Rome, nc.ir Uibana, Sunday afternoon. 8-\e.i:- old Shu Icy Ann O B i i e n . daughle: of Mr and Mis Richard O Bric.-i fractured her am* After treatment jhe was reported re^lins ionfort- ably '·iere 0:1 Route 40, State Pohce re- pop bottles to a refreshment stand. port«.i. He died of a crushed skull en- State Trooper Robert Stone .= d Washington County Hos- !h«- ·.·-ct;.ii was hit by a car VUJHC cro-\5ang the road to return borne i '· KILLED ON ROUTE 40 Hager«:ov. n July 11 V--Nd'.lian Elmer Truax. 65 of Xorcersburj;. P a . w a s killed tonight :-·; a high- May accident six miles west of KEYSTONE PAINTS Ulirn (hr brit roft* to litilr v l i v i omproml-r tn Quality" ( omplctf line c-Mrrior. Interior UuUhes. MCODEML'S Paint Store 30 NORTH COURT ST. VALLEY FORGE DISTRIBUTING CO. S82 Virginia Avenue Ilajcrstown. Md. Telephone: 393 Gi ive your car THIS thi . . . F O R A T O Z LUBRICATION to help stop trouble before it starts! Your car will run better and last longer if you \isit \our Sunoco dealer every 1000 miles tot Sunoco A t o Z Lubrication. Costs no more than an old-fashioned "grease job"--but does much more! Tailor-made for your car--special lubricants, special.charts an«i special equipment make sure that the right lubricant, in the right amount, reaches every friction point. Give your car the scientific protection of Sunoco A u Z Lubrication etery 10OO miles! ... FOR FRESH SUNOCO MOTOR OIL to beat midsummer heat! You'll be money ahead in the long run, if you drain and change motor oil e\ery time you have your car lubricated. Choose one of Sunoco's two great motor oils--engineered to fit the way -\ou drive. x Sunoco Mercury-Made Oil is especially designed for average drh ing--helps keep your engine clean, cool and powerful. Sunoco Dynalube is the pick of the premiums--engineered for hard, long-distance drhing. Both are reinforced to resist summer heat. -- SUNOCO 3-STAR E X T R A - N R C NETWORK 6:45 P.M. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Your Sunoco dealer sells the best T I R E S . . . B A T T E R I E S . . . 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