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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 9

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Tkc Frederick. M«.. FrMav. J»Iv 19, J»48 ' Two Jailed For Theft Of Scrap Metal State Police believe they took a major step Thursday toward halt- is* theirs of machinery and scrap metal on farms ia Carroll and ad- joininf counties. They reported the arrest of two Baltimore Negroes, said to have admitted recent thefts on a farm near Haraey. la. jail at Westminster, awaiting hearings next Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock before Magistrate Raymond L Benson on larceny charges, are Charles Green. ·»5. acd William Siade Washington, 60. both colored, of Baltimore Supplied License Number They were arrested Thursday morning in Relsterstown by State Trooper 1-c Fran* Badger on information supplied by Mrs. David W. Kess. near Hamey. who had reported on Monday that a truck occupied by several colored men had removed machinery and scrap metal from her farm without her permission. She supplied the license number of the truck Mrs Hess was to have attempted to identify the men at the Carroll county jail Thursday evening, but officials said the men confessed to the thefts before she wa called Officials said there have been widespread thefts of metal equipment and scrap from farms sn various direction* from Baltimore for some time. They said several -,\ere caught at Elkton last Saturday while removing metal from a foundry. They have had reports of thefts from farms m Howard county and some pipe had been reported stolen at Libertytown Motivated By Price The current prices of scrap metal have caused Baltitnoreans to raid farms. In some cases offers to buy the metal have been made, they said, but in most cases the "scrap collectors" have just taken what they wanted where they found it." The Carroll County Sheriffs office received a complaint over the week-end that a manure spreader had been stolen from one farm. State Police said farmers can help break-up the raids by promptly reporting information to near- e%t law enforcement officials They credited Mrs. Hess with a prompt assist in locating the two men arrested Thursday- McGKATn GIVEN TASK Philadelphia. July 15 (--Senator J. Howard McGrath. who engineered the nomination of President Truman by the Democratic convention here, today was given the job of electing him in November. 'Without opposition and after he declared that the Demcorats can win. McGrath was reelected chairman, of the national committee for a four year term. McGrath told the national party leaders that if they can "keep the -.earn together"* he is confident they can elect President Truman and Senator Alben Barkley of Kentucky, the number two man of the ticket. Truman Call For Congress Starts Row Washington. July 15 ,f--With a pointed challenge for action m , "the public interest" President ; ! Truman today formally called Con- ' ' gress back for a special j-ummer session. Back in the White House where he hopes to stay rour more years. ' the President told the lawmakers · to assemble July 26--a v. eek from next Mo»da. Republicans iSamnsed at t h e special session call as ' cheap pol- siics." " sheer desperation. ' an.d a ' "tnck " Some--but by no means all--of she Democratic legislators, hailed Mr. Truman's deciMon as. a constructive iv.cn e. O;hei5 h«xk their heads and piedicted little \\ill be accomplished The PreMdent has a dra-:oad of , legislative requests ready "' dump i at the Capttol door He reeled oiT ' a doi'en of them in h. speech ac- ' ceptsng the Democratic presidential nomination at Philadelphia early today All Controversial Practically ail are crammed v, ;!h controversy and double-dipped i:: dissension Civil lights, price controls. housinC- Federal aid to schools broadened social security. a boost in the- ttatutoiy minimum wage, an ' adequate-?1 ^ 'ieci vision of she law permitting the entry of displaced persons from Europe His call for mor- public pov. er could set oil the fight over ' valley projects" modeled on the Teimo- ' see Valley Authority. There were- possibilities for a sharp di/Tercnce of opinion over a national health program, particularly if ;t included plans for compulsory pre-paid health insurance. Whether any. al! or none of the President's bioad recommendations \\itt be written into law could ·not be forecast. But one thing \\a^ \ery clear- Tin- extraordinary session is certain to mold the shape | of this year's Presidential camp- ! aign. , Mr. Truman told the sweating convention delegates who nominated him that the test will be "what that worst 80th Congress docs in this special session." The - people, he said, will make their : decision not by words, not by the party platform, but "on the record as it has been written " Windfall For Party From a political viewpoint, the special session could be regarded as a windfall for the financially hard-pressed Democratic National Committee. Messages from the President to Congress attract nationwide interest and can focus the issues perhaps more sharply than a series of cross-country speeches And--important to the National Committee--it doesn't cost anv- The Last Entry (Maiior Picnic To B« j ; Held Next Wednesday ! Among the interesting souvenirs. ' offered as prizes at the annual ! Carrollton Manor picnic to b« held | Wednesday afternoon and evening i in Manor Woods, will be several I pieces o£ currency personally autographed by President Harry S. ' Truman. This announcement was · made by Dr Joseph F. Tborning. rector of St. Joseph's church at hiswric Carrollton Manor. Lai: Saturday, in the Venezuelan Embassy. Washington. Dr. Thorning was the guest of both President Rociulo Galiegos of Venezuela and President Truman, who acted as host of the South American leader in the capital. Dr. Thorning expressed "sentiments of warm gratitude both to President Trumar. and the letter's military aide. Genera! Harry H. Vaughan. for their attitude of splendid cooperation." Guests to the picn'c are expected from Frederick. Montgomery. Washington. CarroH. Howard, and Prince George's Counties as we!i as others from Baltimore and the District of Columbia. Dr. Thorning added that a number of picnic participants would come from Virginia, including Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brosius and family from Arlington. Several high-ranking officers of the Department of National Defense will also be on hand as well as officials from the State Department. As in previous years, music. games and dancing will round out the festivities on July 21. The proceeds of the picnic are dedicated to the three churches under Dr. Thorning's direction:- St. Ignatius Loyola. Urbana. whose membership has grown greatly In recent years: St. James. Point of Rocks: and St. Joseph's on tire Manor. A complete list of patrons and patronesses of the event will be posted oo the picnic grounds as well as in the three churches, it was announced. Al! members of the three congregations are serv- ing on no Itss than, fifteen com mittees in charge of the festival The public is invited. ACCUSED OF KOBBEJUES Rock%-ille. July 15 JP^--A man who gave his name as Jack Raymond. 30. of Washington. D. C, was hi - Rock\-Ule jail today - charged with robbing four homes in the Bethesda-Chevy Chase area of about $6.000 in clothing, jewelry and household articles. . Corporal Edward Barber. Mont-'J i gornery county detective, said much| : of the loot -was recovered in thel suspect's room. Raymond wasf ' held in default of a 55.000 bond. I COUPON" SALE 2.SX Bfd Sheet*, six-d ;.cr 19c Men'* Work Sockt jn f o r 9 "g c 49r Child'* Polo ShirH 3 for 93c 1.9* Tennis Shoes sy c 35c Rubber Heels 7 C Dr. Lyon«* tOc Tooth I'owAer 5c FREDERICK 5 10 41 Soulh Market--Open Evenings TO-DAY'S WIT and WISDOM The English Sparrow During the first Tear of the Civil War. the British sent fourteen EnglUh Sparrow* over for the opening of Central Park m Xew Yorte City. Xext time you see an Enjt- lish sparrow, remember how they eot here. Also remeraber ihat our store is the place to purchase fine furniture at reasonable pnces- CLINE'S FCltXITOlE -- STORK ALL SUMMER FURNITURE i; OFF GOOD BUYS USED CARS and TRUCKS 1941 Chevrolet Coupe Mechanically O. K., Good Tires 1941 Plymouth Sedan A Real Buy 1938 Ford Coach New Paint. Mechanically O. K. 1947 Dodge 1 Ton Truck Chassis A- Cab. Dual Wheels One Owner, Slightly Used THESE AND MANY OTHERS AT: HILLSIDE MOTOR CO. 120 IV. Patrick St. Phone 292 SPECIAL CHECKING ACCOUNT 15 Checks--$1.00 REGULAR CHECKING ACCOUNT Subject to analysis REGISTER CHECKS Tp U $180.00--10o charge COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES At Western Maryland Trust Co, FREDERICK. MAINLAND MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. (Advice s» Helpful information, given in a considerate manner, is but one of our unusual services. It is our means of explaining trie many details of a proper and fitting tribute. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR THE USE OF OUR HOME C.E.CUNE SON FUNERAL DIRECTOR* SilMCE Phon«:355 ^L*^^:^^ thiiiR to sciul mi-v-ages from the White Hou-c Senator Albeit Barkley. t h e President's runniitK mate, pras^ed the dcc:-;on to call Coiigre-s back as "a courageous :ind pruper thing to do." In the closing days of the regular session. HOWCMT. the Kcis- (i:ckiat had i-xpresj-ed the belief that a special e'-s!oii v. oulci be futile. Senator Vandenbcrg ' R - M i c h . the Senate's presiding oiliccr. declared on the other hand today that "this sounds like a last hysterical gasp of an expiiing adminis* .ration."Clemming solely frons political motivc« Senator Wherry « R - X e b . . Republican v. hip and assistant floor leader, said the call demonstrates a "desperate" determination by .^5r Trunsan to try to put Congress in a bad light. Republican National Chairman Hugh Scott characterised the President's decision as "the act of a desperate man" striving to obtain partisan advantage "..ftcr he himself has lost the confidence of the ANY 6 OK S ROt.L FILM 35 DEVELOPED ,t PRINTED 30 HOUR SERVICE ALLEN'S MARKET 2nd ST. Summer Values Men'* Sport Shirts SI.4S, SI.3S, 5? -J9 McnN Summer 1'ant* S1.9S. S3 ?S. S3 9S Men's 50c Hose 3 prs. for SI-00 Men's Uress Shirts St.98. $2. ts. S2.9S M-n's Uress Shoes S3 DS. S4.95. J5.93 Men's Sanforized Shorts . 79c Men's B. V. 1. Style Union Suits S1.T1 Boys' Summer Pants S1.9S-S2.79 Boys' Shoes S1.9S. S-.9S. S^.ta Children's Play Shoes SSc, $1.49. SI.9S Boys' Sport Shlrti $I.4". SI.9S Ladies* Plar Shoes 9Sr. SI.49. SI 98 Ladies' 51-Gauge 'l«n Hose L'Sc Men's Work Shlrls SI.19. SI.7!». SI.98 Men's ind Boys' «-vlm Trunks 9Sc. S1.9S. S2 9." M«-n's Tec Shirti . . 1 for SI "o MEN'S SUITS ·14.73 49.50 '24.5r WE '47 riymouth 4-dr. sedan '45 riymouth 4-dr. sedan '46 Plymouth 4-dr. sedan WILL ·42 Chrysler 4 dr. sedan "42 Chevrolet 2 dr. sedan NOT *·!! PonSiac 4 dr. s "41 Ford 4 dr. sedan "41 rivmoath 2 dr. sodan '40 Chevrolet 4 dr. sedan *40 Ford coupe "39 riymonth '2 dr. sedan UNDER PRICED LOWEST FINANCE RATES INC. 410 X. Market St. OPEN* EVENINGS people " l i e said it already has ijcc:i dctnosistrutcd that Mr Truman cannot v.oik v. ith cither a Democratic or a Republican Con- Kros. Senator Ru£:cl! -D-Ga *. v/ho ran up 263 votes njjamst Mr. Truman's 947' 7 -n the Philadelphia presidential no:ninatio:t balloting, predicted the Republicans and pro- Truman Democrats w i l l "Ssht to ec who can kick the South the hardest" in she les^stsvc tusjlc he foresees over the Civ:! rights program. ··.000 LAIJ) OFF {(Aiiiiapoli?. July 13 .-r'--Tv.o thousand workers v. ere laid oil temporarily by 16 Maryland firms last week. Chairman Russell S. i Davis of the Department of Em- f pioymcni Security reported today. ' Jobless benefits totaled S216.151, ! he said in h:s weekly report t o ; Governor Lane. THE DRUID THEATER DAMASCUS. MARYLAND Damascus "171 FRIDAY. JULY I6TH Kobrrt dimming* Brian Uonlrvj ) "MONTANA MIKE" Also Serial--Tex .:rao;rr No. 5 Shows: T:!5. 9:24 WARNER Bros. Cool T O D A Y AND TOMORROW JANET BLAIR OPERAHOUsEl WOW CHARLES STAKKETT SMILEY BVKNETTE In "SIX GUN LAW ALSO CHAPT. 9 "BRICK BRADFORD" FREDERICK THEATRE T O P X Y ONLY "MR. RECKLESS" Wish WII.LI.V5l KYTHE (First Showine in City) Ihey'fe kin»-siie. loo | tthexm ted aispy! Fsr : trttkfistlench orinpntr... iMiwttn-mti: snulu er it:- btc.. it makts wijQts. toast. J Wistsd nadwcltn -- »tet- ! e»«r yo« wint' dunftd. ON IT A T I M E ! ALSO FRIES t:co.i ted tji ^r r . stcafcs. ciiops for 4 TOASTS __ 10 sen GET YOURS TODAY FREDERICK WELDING CO. Patrick at Benlz St. Phone 467 Open Sat. Till 10:00 P. t Easv Pavwcnts FREDERICK CLOAK SUIT STORE CORNER CHURCH AND MARKET STS. 101 N. MARKET ST. FRIDAY SATURDAY With More Values Added We Repeat Our ANNUAL JULY C L E A R A N C E S A L E ! You'll Find Bargains Galore Throughout The Store RAYOX -- BEMBERG SHEER DRESSES Originally $7.98 S9.9S Reduced To 9 To 44 WOMEN'S MISSES SUMMER DRESSES Fashion-; and fabrics you'd expect to find only in S5.9S 57.98 dresses. Sizes 9 to 15. 36 to 44. Plastic Poplin R A I N C O A T ? Formerly to S9.9 Clearance Price at EXTRA SPECIAL WOMEN'S A MISSES' Flowered Rayon CO Hfl ^ U U Value $2-98 1 RACK OF Women's Misses D R E S S E S Rayon Cotton Formerly To S5.9S H X_. V *,' *.X^ « » $1.00 WOMEN'S 4 GORE CREPE SLIPS *1 .59 Slacks Dungarees NO-SEAM NYLON H O S E Briefs, PantiesS***! 1.98 2 PAIRS FOR WOMEN'S FLOWERED BATISTE GIRLS' SHEER NIGHT GOWNS ' Dr8sses Pi na f° res Formerly S2.98. Si?es 34 to 4t. 1.98 Sizes 1 to 12 1.98*2.98 WOMEN'S Jfc MISSFS' RAYON A COTTON B L O U S E S $ 1.00 SEE NORGE BEFORE YOU BUY Gas and electric stoves, \vashing machines, hot water heaters, water coolers, oil room heater*, frozen food boxes and the amazing Xorge refrigerator that automatically defrosts each night. FKEDEKII K WELD1XG CO. PATRICK AT BEXTZ ST. Open Sat. Till 1C:M P. M- PHONE 4§J Easy Payments SEKVH Quick -- Confidential With Spring Bills to meet aod Sumtner Expenses coming n. people are pUnninj for the Immediate future. Let as serve yon tucizy! Loan* up to J1.5M on roar Signature -- Auto -- Furniture -- Comaker, Etc. L O W K A T E S 4'nmt* in Intlafj * .f/ompjf today GENERAL ACCEPTANCE ?44 HORTH MARKET ST- F R E D E R I C K , MO' HENRY'S Summer Clearance !/s to !/2 off All Summer Apparel must go. Hot weather needs now at Rebuilding Sale prices. Included are many special purchases just received. Beautiful Black Sheers S8.98 Bemberg Dresses $5.98 Cotton Dresses S5.98 Bathing Suits S8.98 Slack Suits S2.9S Play Shorts S1.49 Rayon Halters S3.9S Cotton Housecoats S2.9S Rayon Slips .'" §2.98 Children's Dresses S2.98 Girls'Play-Suits -^r...-- --....:. $1.98 Girls' Shorts S2.98 Infants" Sweaters * 82.98 Infants' Dresses S1.29 Infants' Gowns Sl.OO Sun Suits S1.00 Polo Shirts . 2 for $8.98 S5.9S S3.98 §3.90 .$4.90 $1.49 69c .81.98 $1.49 $1.90 $1.69 81.00 $1.48 S1.9S 69c 69c Sl.OO Men's Boys' Sportswear S2.9S S2.98 SS.98 §3.98 S1.98 S1.49 $3.98 79c 35c S1.9S S3.9S S4.9S S1.98 S2.49 Men's Sport Shirts Men's Bathing Trunks Men's Gabardine Trousers Wash Trousers Polo Shirts Colored or White Tee Shirts Men's Pajamas Shorts or Shirts Men's Hose Boys' Sport Shirts Boys' Wash Slacks Boys' Slack Suits Boys' Bathing Trunks Boys" Boxer Shorts 2 for 6 prs. HOME NEEDS the nctv Teen ttnd jPrc Teen Dresses on display HENRY'S 17 " 19 N ^rket St. 81.88 S1.98 S5.98 S2.98 Sl.OO 69c $2.98 Sl.OO ?1.00 -SI .39 $2.69 S2.9S SI .00 $1.69 $2.98 Lace Curtains ....? pr. S1.98 S1.29 Plastic Cloths : 69c S3.98 Cotton Spreads S2.9S §2.98 Quality Sheets S2^9 S7.9S Chenille Spreads S5.98 L: NEWSPAPER!

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