The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 14, 1948 · Page 3
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 3

Frederick, Maryland
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Wednesday, July 14, 1948
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Th* N*w» fMcrfefc. KC, Wctenfer. J«lr II. IMS Southerner* FWt Walk Out 4t PfciHr to Trum«n'» civil rights program is beinc used as »n excuse to get back ty states' rights extreme conservatism. Governors Laney, Thur- j mood and Fielding Wright of ] Mississippi and their followers in j the Southern revolt insist it's the ' Utter. ' in support of this contention. · ' consider the second resolution 'passed by the .Southern caucus It mrrxUfrhii July 14.--{XEA)-- c* 11 * f r retention or under-waier rir*t mM to ipeak'at the Southera - mineral rights--oil--by the nates r*to*L P«»pci«Hc caucus was the "*** « *** °^ tidelaads issue. Hoe. Jimmy Arrinsioc. a less who began by say- Sjna P Warm Welcome Given To Ruth In Baltimore EDSOX Baltimore. came here today to take part in interfaith night festivities at Baltimore Stadium--but rain forced postponement of the annual charity event until tomorrow The famous baseball player v, ho learned the saw on baodots here will rot be able to :ta over Kulh ha-- been Buffering from a throat aiiment for nearlv t\\o he -w«« glad to be here, he cer- wms, because he htdn't seen so BUBT people since the Red Creci five way flour ta 193!. He fabeed *a something like this: Th* Democratic Party has done left tir, it certainly has. Reminds ns« of a married couple I kaov.-. it certainly does. The wife was a good woman, she certainly was, except -when her husband go: intoxicated, as he certainly did She dica't treat him very good then. the certainly d:d no:, arse it didn't do bin any good Then a friend of Hers told her. ""You got to use kindness. %ou ,, certainly dv. yu don't use the · bUIliniCr tllCaillpniCIlt L'rtM r^ytatnJv Af\ What tfcis resolution indicates is Although he was obIoubly" fred! inapiy that the b:g oil co.-npanics. aru j 3i i jr ,g } , p managed a -Aide grin ' along \ the railroads and the power companies and other big business interests that have for so long oeen supposed to dominate the Republican Party now have a stranglehold on the Southern representatives And if that's, the c.iuaticr: tne- these Southern rebels ought to walk out on the Democrat.c Party or v;ce versa for a completelj re-Apolitical realignment of bo' ! i pari'e c Xcm s ;he it c?r- ta;nlv iy 18-Lb. Carp Caught At right technique, you certainly do B»L* So the next tune her husband came home intoxicated, this woman was at the gate to meet hm\ *J_e .certainly was. and she took him into, the house and put him on the couch and took off his shoe* aad loosened his necktie, and she "Honey, do you want me to where it j* it c^itaiuly does thev reported A feature Sundav nisht a party in honor of the thirtv-miitli birthday of Joseph H Holdcraft. Largest fish caught thus far at *he annual encampircnt of the Frederick County Fish and Game Protective Association was an 18- pound carp landed Monday night : by Harry M Cramer this city. : president of the sportsmen's orga:s- ' i^ation The carp was caught off kiss you?' And her husband an-' the pier at Camp Kanauha. near r*-«red and said. 'You might a Point of Rocks well, you certainly might, 'cause Campers reported Tu«-sdav night I get home I'm going to get that bass have been few and far bc- tr.een since the encampment open- "Xow that poor man d:d:i"t know ' ed lat-l Saturday The Potomac where he was. he certainly didn't.' has bfen clear but ;nan more cat- and the Democratic party doesn't fi s h than ba^ h a \ e been know not.' This illustrates how much there is to the Southern revolt. It would be a great thing if the rebels chairman of the encampment corn- would walk out of the Democratic mittee. Party. Then- irn t pv.rcli rha:i e ( The encampment w i l l end Sun- they will. They won't vote for' day noon Dewey. they certainly won't. There' --" isn't any place else for them to go A prehistoric bird that lived ir But an increasing number of · Wyoming over 50 million year* auo. smart Southerners no-.v realize that j Diatrvma. larger that the the South needs a real two-party · ostrich. system--one liberal, the other con- I _____--. servative. . * · The revolting faction which will · You nominate Gor. Ben Laney of Ar- ! kansas .or President is essentially j conservative. That is revealed by ] the frjvo resolutions the Southern caucus adopted just before the con- ; vention opened. i One called for a platform piank i supporting return to Thotna* Jcf- . Person free enterprise, individual j initiative and states rights On the · last uoint the rebels want t h e ; states to have the only oo\\ er to | pass laws on the conduct of elec- i tions. define crimes committed J within state borders, regulate employment practices and segregation j of races. Under this proposal. President Truman's civil rights program be killed. But. says Gov. i unen he 'potted a welcoming con.- i miltec at the ;-jpo:t after h.; flignt fron; Xew York Ke put tut. arms around his sis- ler. i!»s Wilbur M Moberly of Bal;::;.ore, and had a "'ajn; \ el- co:ne for Brothers Patricius and Char!"- of Si Mary Jndu^tri""! School where the Bambino jpeiit ir-.os! of his ch.ldnood One of ;!:e ieaturi^ of t'.e ^ch^aulcd ijit**2faitn mji^t to have !?«·· a b.'^oba:- Kaiie bet'Ace;; the Balt»".ore Oio'os arid the Jer-ey Cay Gsaists of the Inter- nationa! League The Babe broke nto pi u'e*Atonal baseball a» a pitcher for the Dunns j -!-ic tinough t.'te city, ·i,en c«* -'.!'?: ci.rncr-- do'fcd their . hats. i%o:!-.e i £i -.lave-J to him fro::i ·-tree: corners aisd youngsters uho recOKns,-cd hint k«,pt ^houtsng ' I t s the Babe 1 J: i ti.e Babe'' He \\a* taiceit io a hotel for a rel bef-jie the pianc '..p back to T.'c.-. York. Navigator Falls \ 5 Mile* To Death" San DJego. Calif., July 13 The navigator of an Army B-29 Superi'ort from Biggs Field. F! Paio, Tex. fell 26.000 feet to his death toaav when the astrodrome of the giant plane 'blew out " llth Xaval District headquarters reported The iccitj*-j)t occurred near Ream Field Imperial Beach south of nere. The Rearn F»«ld officer of the day isa.d that the body fell ;n an alfalfa field about a mj!e fro::j the "iiiiUrv re**:Vdtiou Nature of the B-29 i high iUit'ude ·nuiion vas not known by author- i\\f^ r.ere The dead nz: igator -ASS no* identified · FAMILY DINNER , j A fwnily dinner July 4 w»i held i at the home of Mr. *ed Mr*. C. H. Painter. Ix)vettsville. Va. Those present were Mr. and MM. William , Hysom. Mr. and Mrs. George Dent. ) Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis' {Marneo. Mr. aad Mrs. Howaid' ! SJornaker and daughter Mrs. Var- gia Painter and two children. Mar- · tinsburg; Mr. a^d Mrs. Charles, , Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. George Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Da-.v- torj Bn.nsv.ick; Mr. aid Mrs. Eami Ay res. Mr. and Mrs. William Pain- . ter. Lovettsville. Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton. Renace Painter, j Purceliville; Judy and Peggy Coo- j per. Bei. erly Brady. Joyce Ayres, j Arlene Pa^-.ter. Elaine Painter, Mr. ' ar.d Mrs \V'!!ia.ii Deever, Bruas- v. ick The Cia:.*. Moa tr;a* once !.\ec i" 1 - Zealand z'ooa aoout r-jne fee: ¥^^?77 Jpafay^ lTi»si-*«.o^'i fe^i^. A S P IRJN 9 ST.J.SEm tSFlS!» . , FOICdMSEI EX* to ve right ze. SO rtfittt «str«ss »f MOUTHY FEMALE COMPLAIMTS A'* you troubled br dUtreu oi r«ax:r Juacsionsl periodic Usf.irt- »"*«"" Dxs tbu Elite TCU suffer Jroa; pain. Je«-! o Kfrtois, ttrfd -a-, suci times' Ttec Sf try Lvtiia. K. ' i*a^ Cojcpouual to Zec- 03 ote o' icotrjir.'i T.oti fnponcr.t LY D IA L PINK HAM 'S don't need a crystal ball LAN01.S ESTATK .VMALL Lo-s Angcie J u l j !a V--Carole L.indis' citato may noi exceed $20 QUO e c ! u c ) i c of l i f e inujrame leading a! lu-r v. i l l cijscloied toua\ The f i l m actio--. who comi'iittfi ^uiciac July 5. lef! e\crj thing to her mother Mi.-- Clara Ridste Does Stomach Gas and Bloat Make You Fee! Miserable ? Rummer is more Delightful of Sea-Coo/ Cotton Manor, ^-^^ Fanotn "Ship'i Sun-0«cV," lec-waier balhi, .fg _^ --(Vjw bathing direct from ho!«l. Finest food. 250 rest- t ^^^ ful room*. Amcriccn and Europccn P!an». SooitUt. Look in the Yellow Pages- your Classified J. Strom Thurmond of South Caro- j lina. the purpose of the rebels is' not to put over white :unremacv. Telephone Directory- it's to preserve states' rignts For . if the U. S. government can pass a f OT la-nr to make lynching a crime, i then it can pass a law against bur- , Clary and so destroy state courts ; This is an important point. It · raises the question of whether the , states' rights issue is beins used as an excuse to kill off civil rights legislation, or whether opposition Optometrists Produce Pumps or almost anything else . If »o. Ii-re t. ho-w you may «et blewrd rellrf la frttlaf jour «tom»ch from i Uils nervous clstresj it works this w»y: Krerytlme food enters the «tommch · Ttui CKstrlc Juice aiust Cow nornullr to break-up certain food particles: else the j food m»7 ferment. Sour food. »c!d Indigestion and pas frequently cause m. morbid, touchy, fretful, peevish, nerrou* condition. lose of appetite, underwelfht. restlesa sieep. weakness. To set re»l relief you must Increu* ' the flow of this Tlt»l K«t-lc Juice Medl- c»l authorities. In Independent Ubora- tory teats on human stomachs, have by positive proof Bho-s-n that SSS Tonic la Amazingly cffectlvo in increasing thts ' How -when It Is too little or scanty due ' , to a non-organic stomach disturbance ', , Thtj Is due to the SSS Toalc formula j which contains special and potent actl- j I \atlng Ingredients. ' Also. SSS Tonic help* buliil-up non- ' organic, weak, waterv blood in nutri- ' t'.onal anemia--so wUh a good flow of ' | this Ftascrlc digestive Juice, plus rlchred- i blood you should cat better, sleep better ! ' feel better, worlc better, play better. I Avoid punlshlQs yourself with o»er- doses of soda and other alkatlrers to counteract BXS and btoatlnc «hca what you so dearly need Is SSS Tonic to help j you d:gcst food for body strength and repair. Don't wait! Join the host of happy _,ople SS3 Tonic has helped Millions of bottles sold Get a bottle of SSS Tonic from your drug store today. SSS Tonic help* Build Sturdy Health. When Lives Are At Stake -- NOTHING BUT THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH -Before you start on that vacation trip let us make a check on your tire». If the casings are uorthiihile \\ e can have them recapped-if too old and -Mep'bcr-beaten. don't take the chance, but put on * set of Seiberlinj: Safety Tires. Liberal trade-in. notiK OWNED MELVIN M. ENGLE HOME OPERATED CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS Back of Post Office Phone SO Frederick. Md. BE ON PROTECT YOUR VALUABLES WITH AN IHDIVIDUALLY WANNED BURGLARY INSURANCE POLICY STOPPER INSURANCE AGENCY FREDERICK.MD. Phone:l292 Wish you had Wings ? Why t other! JU*\"E been there, we know -- trapped in . the cradling snarl of a sunny \\cck- c 'd's traflBc -- tangled in the huffing, puffing ~ ·*'. -"-f a city's busiest rush hour. An^ more than once you've wished for ·wings -- so you could duck all this, dodge the jostle, the push, the stress and strain. T tell, look about you. good sir. for the lonsj. sleek new Buicks with the word"Dynafiow"* on their taper-thru fenders. They've got the answer -- to easy, open-road flight and to the spot where traffic's densest and the driving tension greatest. "ft ith Dynafiow, you just sit there, press the gas treadle -- and steer! a crawling 5 mph. you roll as smoothly, easily, lightly as at a vungmg 45. At c\cry opening left by a stalling, laboring neighbor, \ou h a \ e instant-quick power- surge to let \ou take ad-vantage of it. Upgrades? A little pressure on the gas treadle handles them. Stop signs? Your foot brake stops ou. holds jou -- t i l l jou can Seed the gas and go. ^ ou torgct shitting cntirclj--in fact, no gears c\er shift as\ou driie -- \ct the moment any bottleneck breaks, ou move smoothly, swiftly up to boulevard speeds, pacing the pack. Omoothly did we sa ? The word is hardly adequate. This velvety lift, this soaring swoop of power, this utter freedom from any break in your stride arc things ou need to experience to judge. Why not try it out? Your dealer viill do the best he can to arrange a trial -- just as he'll take your order any time, w hethcr or not you ha*.c a car to trade. See him -- and yru'll stop for viings! FOR RENT Used Car or Fain Machinery Lot Located on South Court Street next to the Municipal Free Parking Ground. Cp to 14,300 sq. ft. available. This is an excellent location for the sale of new or used cars, Farm Machinery or simiiiar products. Immediate possession. Applv G. M. Chapline. Phone 1019-J. FOR RENT 5 Modern Offices Downtown location within a block of Court Bouse and Square. Large parking area for occupants and their clients. All offices are modern and range in size from 2 rooms containing about 375 sq. ft, to 4 rooms containing- about 8M sq. ft. All bare private toilet facilities and excellent ventilation. Available in about 60 dars- Apply: G. M. Chapline. Phone 1019-J. FIRE DOES NOT ALWAYS HAPPEN TO "THE OTHER FELLOW" Sometimes if strikes at home! If Fire should break out at YOUR home or farm or business establishment. or on our motorized equipment, could you put it out or keep it under control until the fire engines arrive* IF YOU COULD-- FINE: IflN-MORMS - * f t K) m vW ' a t . i ' '. MOST CA\'T Let us show you how a small. Ions-term investment can provide you with REAL security against fire. NO OBLIGATION: REMEMBER. ANYTHING THAT WILL BURN IS A HAZARD: " SAPPINGTON AND COMPANY FIRE Libcrlytown. Id. Phone Frederick 1133-J-2 Union Bridge LIONS FAIR Amateur Contest August 9 to August 14 WHITE I.MMKOI..ITELY FOH At:UITIU.\ TO BYRON E. HARTZLER New Windsor, Md. JULY CLEARANCE Rensie and Wyler Watches S39.75 Rensie Watch $42.50 Wyler Watch Special '24.75 Special '24.75 $37.50 Rensie Watch $39.75 Wrier Watch Special '19.75 Special '24.75 ALSO OTHER WATCHES AT A SPECIAL PRICE BROADMOOR AND VANITY FAIR PATTERNS Goblets, Sherbets. Wines. Iced Tea Glasses and Salad Plates Special 29c 'eweitt d KEY HOTEL BLDG. Fuel Oil Shortacj ----y---.--___/· j j/ ^^ Me experts r years, BUICK alone has all these features . * HfX-*fT OIL KINGS * KOAD-XITf BALANCE * QUADRUFUX COIL SPRINGING *SOWiO-50R»tKJOfJJNIN6 * VltKA-SHIlLDf D KIDf * SAF fir- R/Df KIMS * Hi-fQisio mttAii rowtn * DUOMATIC SfAKK ADVA.VCE * TtN SMART MODILS * «ODr *T FISHfK . TAYtOS. Wuluof N.«worle, Msmdcy. end Fr.dcy* Wtenfoffier automobiles an built BUICK What's different about DYNAFLOW c-orgng c »s-biy /;., J, o ,,-,i wf . ^ "iSe-,oo$ r c w s,j =e ,_ I «-.o, ,, J . c ,,. g o . d c ; e , er ;, rcDro !;. cc °;7r ebo01 "^ --«c. O . y A ,. rieon P . sss . cs ,-; o ; -£* ·»··. *~ I «° - ^JZt:;£; ;^;, ^ *·«-«»^^ I will build them THE IDEAL GARAGE CO., Inc. 112-114 East Patrick Street Phone 400 Whq Stick Your Neck Out ? BURN RICE ANTHRACITE COAL IT'S PLENTIFUL and CHEAP *.-d you C*fl h«v» ^£Iectric Furnace-Man AU:C«*TC *N;?-»ACii£ f.'t.Nii: INSTALLED IMMEDIATELY If sJoisi fhe JIr», rtgs!*f« the d,-«ffj. remevti Jfse ashes; Keeps your home w«rm ar,d eorn- forfibl*, and it barrs rice coal wkJch FJ «!w«yt pI«nHf«! *nd cJieap. H p t o 50% « * f F u e l O i l I i i I Investigate today -- end your Home Heating Worries Forever. CULLER HEFFNER 7th and East St. PHONE 10$ Cole's Jewelry Trade in your eld waich for new or recondition -Matches. Ail Makes Of Watches | And Clocks Repaired WE BUY SELL 323 NOKTH MABKET ST. NEWLY ORGANIZED FRANK1E SHAL31 AND HIS ·- PIECE DANCE ORCHESTELA Open for all Social Engagements | UATES KE \SOr.-ABLE For Reservations Call: FB1NC1S E. SHAUM, Jr. 12 Middle Street TAXE1TOWX. MAKVI.AND Phone 19-W or 54-R Get Your OUTBOARD MOTOR AVAILABLE SHIPLEY'SH SPORT STORE 103-105 N. Market St. HOW! K N O W T H E R E S U L T S BEFORE YOUR PERMANENT · · * THE DELUXE WAVE THAT'S Sprayed INTO YOUR HAIR! Mr Thorn.ts will Eire an Araaz- in; Off-the-IIead Test Carl method that enables you to "Trv Before You Btij " This Test Curl pre-detcrmines e-vactly hotv Ions the Circlette Curlinj: Lotion shoula be sprayed info your hair, to produce the exact -wave jou tTant. and ivant it. It is the fastest TV a* mg Process, averaging fii e or six minutes curling Ume. FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE SOD BLUE GREY" Beauty Shop 106 West Patrick Street A1K-CONDITIOXED NEWSPAPER! ft^ f»* ^ IHE "REAL M'COY" OF ORANGE DRINKS DONALD E. LEATHERMAN. THERMAN. Dsslrcutor f M. ITS-K J :WSPAPI:RI

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