The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 12, 1948 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
July 12, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 10

Publication:
Location:
Frederick, Maryland
Issue Date:
Monday, July 12, 1948
Page:
Page 10
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 10 article text (OCR)

TIM New*. FrHkrtck. M*iWUr. J«5y 131. Mlf Jet Planes Of U. S. Most Powerful July H JP-- -The States now has jet warplane ccgines equal to or more powerful than any. defense officiate bdfevfc. In xuakiQC this estimate for a reporter today, experts of the Committee on Aeronautics of the Research and Development Board pointed out tJaat in 1945 it was publicly estimated the British were two years ahead of the United States in j e t propulsioa pow er plants. However. British designs stil! have the ability to get greater distance, committee experts indicate This limitation on range has bothered jet plar.e designers of al! nations. Jet nlaaes go fast but not far. After commenting on the fact that the United States -ASS lagging behind Britain in jet development in 1946. the defense department authorities summed up the present situation about like this. Increased effort in the United States s-iace that lime has improved American jet power plants materially over a wide Seld. In the fields of turbo-jet the most coasmonly known jet engine used :a fighter a n d bomber planes · rocket 'such as is used m the X-l supersonic experimental plane · pulse-jet a n d ram-jet 'used in omc guided missiles and unmanned experimental aircraft' th.. United States is "believed now to have power units equivalent to 01 better than those of any other nation." In the case of the turbo-jet engines, now used by several countries for fighters and bombers, "the United States has American designs in production as powerful as any foreign production models. and our jets under development will give us models of considerably greater power t h a n any known to be under development abroad." But. say the experts. British jet engines still show better fuel economy than those of the United States. Intensified study of fuel combustion in jets must be made to improve the efficiency of A-ncr- icmn design. Cumberland Youth Is Boys" State Governor Fort Meade. July 11 j --Charlei Sitter of Cumberland was inaugurated today as Governor of Bov's ' State. Some 500 relatives and friends of the high school lads participating · in the American Legion sponsored ! government program attended the . ceremony in an auditorium at this Second Army hesdquarteri post In his inaugural address. Sitter advocated s t r o n g coiiser\ at:on · measures, reforestation and an'.i- · pollution stream projects He suggested that Mat land's aduit !av.- _ makers might set some ideas, from , the model laws to be enacted by his administration He also expressed the hope that the program for the Bojs State-designed to acquaint the tecnageri with ire actual workings of gov- ernment--cou!d IK- greatly c\- 1 panded ne! ejr The bo»" Seg.slj'.-ire is scheduled to convene tomorrow, aio".R with the councils f the various boys" municipalities The Stedmar.-Keenan Post of the American Legion, w hich j-poniored more bo\N at the State than any other unit. aKo dispatched *he largest number of \i»ito.t too.,* A chartered bus brought thctn over from 8ru:3*v\ick King Coal Takes To Air In Operation Vi tiles' North Korea, Under Russ, Has Own Flag Seoul, July 12 --f--Russian- controlled North Korea has raised its own flag and is moving quickly to set up its own government, eventually intending to rule American-occupied S o u t h Korea as well. A Xorth Korean radio broadcast made public here today said a North Korean "People's Council" already .has decided to enforce its own constitution there "until the time when the constitution'comes to be enforced In all Korea" The council also scheduled an election for next August 25, the radio announced The election would choose members of the legislative branch of the North Korean government. Xorth Koreans boycotted the general election sponsored by the United Nations last May 10. so balloting then took place only in the south. That election set up a Korean National Assembly, now completing work here in Seoul on the country's first democratic constitution. The broadcast from the Soviet- controlled Pyongyang radio described a North Korean People's Council meeting of July 10 at ·which, it said, the Korean national flag \vas lowered and the flag of "The Democratic Korean People's Republic"--the North Korean separate government--was raised. THE DRUID THEATER DAMASCUS. MARYLAND Damascus 2171 MONDAY. JULT 12TH Irene Donne in "I REMEMBER MAMA" Abo T-atest New* Shaw*: 7:13. 3:52 ·Hope For Miracle , At Lourdes Shrine P::tburgn. Juiv H P,--Two little girls, one born without j-:snt and the other born u i t h o u t ankle bones. :o!a departtd on a 4.000 mile air jouraey to the j-hrnse of St. Beriiddettc in Lourdef. France j Their parents w e r e lioping haid , for some ' niiraclc at the shrin*- ; that would enable their children to live normally. * Ten-month-o!d Karen Woods of nearby Gibsorna. Pa. ha-; z f.!m growth over the retina of her e\es which doctors yay cannot be cured Oy operations ""If God i* willing. Karen v.:!! see.' declared he r ^3-ycar-oW father. Robert Woods ' We hope , we i v o n t be di'-apposntod -.\ith the ! trip." . Mrs Ruth Woods. 21. and the . infant's K-amirnolher. Mrs, Mane ! Mueller, accompanied Karen on · the 16-day pilgrimage. Blond, dimpled Mary Ann McMahon. a five-year-old miss v. ho flew here w i t h her parents from · San Francisco iast night, eagerly j looked forward to the second lap j of her journey. ! She hopped about the airport i prior to the plane's departure, ob- I itvious to the white placer catts j that sheathed her legs j "I am going to France." she an| nounced "I am going to sec the j pretty place at Lourdes " ' Her father. Dr. Robert Mc.Mahon. Albany. Calif, physician, said' "We just hope she'll be able to . get along without casts. We 11 settle for that." | Mary Ann. born without ankle , bones, has undergone two opera. tions but cannot walk w ithout the ; heavy plaster supports j The children were in a party of 130 persons making the air pilgn- i mage to the Catholic shrine which 1 has been credited with healing i powers. The group \\as under the leadership of Father Francis M . Hoffman. Coji packed in Army ilu:!!e oags s^, loaded aboard C-54 Skymaiters a: the Rhein-Ma.R A:r outride Frankfurt. Certnan. fo-- the f:rst snipnien: to Berhii ioliov.:ng the land ·blockade by the Rus- Maiiv Oivplaccd persons loadfti ten tons of the coai as part of Operation "Vitties ' to keep the 2500.000 stranded n"-.de!i: ; of Bcrl.n .-upplied wi'.h minimum fuel and pjwer needed as well as food by air power alone ! One Shot And ) One Is Jailed 1 John Spencer. Jr.. 20. colored. Mt. Airy, was in Frederick Memorial Hospital in serious condition , today alter having beva s- to ' early Sunday morning at the former Tunnel Inn at Mt Airy Junction. State Police were trying to learn the details of the the shooting. In jail was Alfred L Snowden, 27, colored. Fountain Mills, suspected of having fired the pisto! shot that pierced Spencer's head between :he eyes, went through the roof of his mouth and tongue before lodging in his throat. Condition Serious Physicians said Spencer's condition is serious but he has made satisfactory progress" since be;ng admitted to the hospital. The shooting occurred about 1:30 o'clock Sunday morning at a gathering of colored res:dents in :he New Market and Woodville districts. State Trooper William Mutchner reported. He said he is continuing his investigation. Spencer, who has been unable :o give othcial.* much information, is said to have identified Snowden as the one who fired she shot. The pistol had not been recovered Sunday n:ght and it had not been determined whether Spencer . w as v. ounded with a .22 or .32 calibre bullet. Witnesses Fled When the shooting occurred, officers said the -colored persons present scattered :n all directions and mos: of them have not been located for interview. It had not bec:i determined whether the shooting was accidental. ; tired a ' ice. i | 1919. J , county shifts t In C fcndal. 26 yea positioi ID. 3. \ SECOS Princ The se drownc terday sized i shore t Dr. I ical ex, John li floated body . w if e w Soil Conservation Plan Spectacular Baltiinoie. June 11 T*--The trans-formation of :t 175-:i.re Fitd- erick county farm on August 18 to an up-to-dit~ .so:! con-ervatio:» example w i l l be she L-.IK*?*'- and most spectacular demonstration of its kind in this pan of the countrv. 0r T B Sv mons «-.ud The cbairman of the Maryland State Soil Conservation Committee :n a radio interview yesterday .said 25000 pci-ons arc expected to view she dcmonsii.ition on the farm of Mrs. Nellie V Thrasher near Jefferson Dr Symons said 'a complete program of soil and water conservation which ordinarily would require four to five years-, will be installed m slightly less than eight hours on the dairy faun " Nearly 500 farmers of Frederick countv h.ive volunteered to make over the farm m one day. Mis. Thrasher is a v.-sdow and the mother of two teen-age children. The establishment of modern soil conservation measures, on the farm will involve replacement of all fence*. Dr. Symons said. Drainage ditches will be dug. a one-acre pond excavated, and all the buildings ico.iired and repainted. Dr Symons said it has been estimated that the value of the Thrasher farm will be "increased at Ieas.t 50 per cent as a result of , this face-lifting operation " More than 50 Frederick county organi/ations are sponsoring the demonstration All the machinery and necessary materials are being donated. Roy Brow 11. 4-55 Klineharts alley and Melvsn Boyce. 524 North Bentz street, were picked up by Officer Carl Rentzell. near midnight Saturday, and held for peace disturbance Boyce posted So 80 collateral and v.-as released Brown is held for hearing tonight. GAME WARDENS RETIRED Two veteran deputy game wardens ia this area were retired i July i. after more than a quarter] of a century of service. i . Robert E. Day. Sr.. deputy \var- , den for Howard county, was re- i WEEKEND ARRESTS Three colored men arrested for minor city offenses, constituted the weekend docket to Sunday night. Alexander Tyler. 516 North Bentz street, was jailed fob S10 collateral, on a charge of intoxication preferred by Officer Royer WHILE THEY LAST! 7 Quirt Canncrs $1.9* Genuine Goatskin Gloves SI 41 Polo Shirts TTc Men"': Sock*. AnMrti I3r Dr. I.jons Tooth Ponder . . 5r Mavis Talcum Powder 5c FREDERICK 5 10 ·11 South Market--bpen E mines SPECIAL CHECKING ACCOUNT 15 Checks--$1.00 REGULAR CHECKING ACCOUNT Subject to analysis REGISTER CHECKS . Up to 5100.00--lOc charge COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES At Western Maryland Trust Co. FREDERICK, .MAK\ LAND MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSGRANCE CORP. PLAYING SAFE When you brine Tour radio repair problems to The Electronics Shop jou are plajin? safe, for here you are assured of complete satisfaction. Our et- pcrt technicians are available to remedy any defects in -your F M. television, or standard broadcast receivers. We haie a complete stock of radio tubes and replacement parts for all makes. ELECTRONICS SHO TOEViSKmSOMCE 1 J.H.COOOMAW HOWPATRICKST. Pk^-969 AUTO GLASS I N S T A L L E D Frederick Paint Glass Store 133 North Market St.. Frederick. Md. ANT e OR 8 KOI L FILM 35 DEVELOPED ,t PRINTED 30 HOUR SERVICE ALLEN'S MARKET 2nd ST. HOW! K N O W T H E R E S U L T S BEFORE YOUR PERMANENT THE DELUXE WAVE THATS Sprayed INTO YOUR HAIR! Mr, Thomas will ci\c an Amay- ios Off-Use-Head Te« Curl method That enables yon to "Tnr Before Toa BDV." " This Test Corl pre-deternunes exactly how Jons the Circlette Curling Lotion ^fcodd be prayed into your hair, to produce the exact wave yon want, and where yoa want it. It is the fastest TVaiinj; PTO- te**. averasinc JH e or six minutes corJjn; timr. FOR APPOINTMCNT PHONE R09 BLUE GRfY Beauty Shop 106 W«st Patrick Street AIR-COVDITIOXE0 WE "47 Plymouth 4-clr. ;edan "4S Pl month 4-dr. ««-dan "46 PIj mouth 4-dr. sedan WILL "42 C"hrslcr 4 dr. srdan "42 Chevrolet 2 dr. sedan NOT "41 Pontiac 4 dr. "41 Ford 4 dr. sedan "41 Plvmouth 2 dr. sedan BE "40 C hevrolct 4 dr. sedan "40 Ford coupe "39 Plymouth 2 dr. sedan UNDER PRICED "38 Packard club coupe LOWF.ST FINANCE R \TES IXCT 410 N. Market Si. OPEN EVENINGS ONE DAY SALE -- SAVEI TUESDAY ONLY Cotton Sheet Blankets 72x95 Inches or 80x95 Inches Regular Price 2.23 TUESDAY ONLY 66 EITHER SIZE You Save Warm, fleeoy sheets to sleep between on chill winter nights . . . lightweight blankets in summer: Woven firmly of fine cottonx thrn brushed to produce their soft, flufTy napped surface. Natural cream color. 12 W. PATRICK ST. PHONE FREDERICK. MD. 1.380 Special Offer To Bott 30 GAL. BRIGGS WAT INSTALLED TO YOUR (Does r.'ot Include PIi Complete S 98.5 i m:ui:i!i K wi PATRICK AT BENTZ ST. Open Sat. Till lj):00 P. M. LOAN SEI Quick -- Confic With Sprlnj Bill* to meet and Sum. people are planning for the Immediate Let ns serve you today! Loans up to Signature -- Auto -- Furniti L O W H I in today *· .11 nnsisisazsit 244 NORTH MARK Helpful information, given in ner. is tut one of our tmusu means of explaining tne man and fitting tritute- NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR THE C.E. CLINE FUNERAL. DIRI AMBULANCE SERVICE 'WARMER TllfAi r i Bros. Cool IIVOLI T O D A Y THRU WEDNESDAY UNCONO Wor fa *7+;c-ff\ft DA SILYA - BOBS KIRLQFF - CEC FEATURES AT: 1:05--3 f A i t « . - ; S5CS f» V.ITY OPERA HOUSC TO T O D \ Y ( i DMA TARZAN'S SECI IFWSPA.PFJ

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page