The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 15, 1948 · Page 10
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July 15, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 10

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Pfs* *»' i : TV- Xewv. FrclerlcX Md.. Tk«r*«»T. July IS. !M* ^Precedent For Charge Is Sought Manuel M, Weinberg, _ y, CMatiaued to hearing / night the case of a Gennan. automobile owner, charged drunken driving on tiie high football field. Thursday, at I f. m. Defend Attorney Tom Glass 'ytMdMl for acquittal on testimony ttet George W. Holland. Route 1. Germantov.-n. also charged with not havinc * driver's license was not the operator of the car. as charged by Officer Denver Shook. The magistrate did net ruie on the defense claim, but occupied most of the hearing with a search of the Maryland code setting precedent for arrest under the charge of operating a motor vehicle -off public highways. Precedent, under the newest ·wording "anywhere in the State of Maryland" as digested in the newest traffic laws manual, was ·ot immediately found. Thomas William Beali. Baltimore, paid S6.45 on conviction of reckless driving near Evergreen Point, last Sunday. Arresting officer. First Sergt. W. K- May testified the defendant's operation of an auto- j mobile which forced the State Police car and a JWarhinfton 'vehicle off the road to avoid coi- ! lision. "Was the worst reckless ' driving I have ever seen." ! Said the magistrate in passing ! sentence onr'Beail. 'Troth the testi- · mony. I am convinced that while I talking to your wife you turned : the steering wheel each tin'se you turned your head to speak to her." ; Michael Minowitz. AUentown. ) Pa., forfeited S6.45 collateral posted \ on 3 reckless driving charge pre- · f erred by Sergt, Dan Swomley. ; Meanwhile, in jail with bail set at 5100.80. was Pearce Miller. Jr.. West Patrick street, charged with peace disturbance by fighting; Lieut- Dorsey and Officer Shook : booked Miller at 6:50 p. rn. yesterday after the defendant allegedly knocked down Ed Mackley. a reJa- · ;ive fay marriage and threatened to give police some of the same. Sectiou Of Charier Unconsti tutional I Rockville. July 14 ·#·--The i Montgomery County Circuit Court I today ruled unconstitutional one not in a June executive session. Judges Charles W. Woodward and Stedman Preicott said Schneider is entitled to have the provision ^eletet- The court held that even if the questionable section is stricken out. ] sectien of the proposed cjounty.Uh proposed charter, wouW re-, ! charter but saM a vote on the j m»in as "a workable framework I charter should BO on this fall, as i for possible government function- · ; scheduled. ' ing." The part held invalid would j If the charter Is adopted, the permit a proposed County Coun- · court said, and appropriations cil, which would replace the Coun- i made in any June later are ruled · ty Commissioners, to appropriate ; by the courts as "enacting legisla- fuhds in a June executive session. ; tion." the county might be left Hubert A. Schneider. Bethesda j without power to make a budget attorney, had brought suit to keep! or to appropriate funds until the the Board of Election Supervisors I following May. from placing the charter proposal j The court.added that this situa- on the ballot hi November. j tion probably could not be remed- Ke objected to the money pro- \ ied. even by a special session of vision, contending that budget ap- f the General Assembly. propriations should be made in ! Col. Norman B. Ames, chairman May. the month set aside in the 1 o f the charter board aixJ president proposed charter for passing saws, j -- of the cb*rt*r committee, said an appeal will be taken to the Maryland Court of Appeals. He wkS be doubted that the j court'* decision -would result in r any changes in the proposed char- iter. TEEN TOWSf JMUEETS The weekly meeting of Teen Town was held Tuesday afternoon in the band 'shell in Saker Park, due to rain. Business was discussed and it was announced that the bus to Braddock Heights leaves Frederick at 7:00 o'clock on Friday evening for the skating party. Last Thursday Teen Town spent an enjoyable afternoon swimming at the Municipal pool. Friday night they went up to Yellow Springs for a campfire. The meeting adjourned and the members, spent the rest of the time making interesting figures with colored pipe cleaners. Dcwey Says Democratic Platform Provocative New York, July 14. {#--Gov. Thomas E. Dewey, Republican Presidential candidate took a whack at the draft of the Democratic platform today. He claimed it contained "extremely partisan and provocative assertions concerning foreign affairs." He said, without elaborating, that problems may result from it. Dewey didn't say exactly which assertions in the platform he deemed partisan and provocative or what kind of problems might result His' poke at the opposition platform came after a conference with hi? international affairs adviser. Joha Foster Dulles. He issued this terse statement: "Mr. Dulles and I have canvassed the tense Berlin situation and the problems which may result from the extremely partisan and provocative assertions concerning foreign affairs in the draft platform of the Democratic party."' It was believed he referred to sections in which . the Democrats take credit for leading,the nation j to victory in the last war. resisting ; Communist aggression and helping ; Europe and Asi». ^ i It was believed that Dewey was ! especially irked at this paragraph, j in the Democratic platform: I "Ours is the party which first I proclaimed that the actions and · policies of this nation in the foreign | field are matters of national and" i not jusf party concern." Ten times its own weight can to rebuild the economic strength of i be carried by the modern bicycle. | TO ADDRESS SOCIETY : The Taneytown District of the : Historical Society of Carroll coun: ;y will sponsor a membership ; meeting on Wednesday. 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