The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 3, 1951 · Page 5
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Frederick, Maryland
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Monday, December 3, 1951
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rrwo The N«w«. Frederick, Met., ttlonrtay, juecemiier a, ia:u T I WallafP (Traffic Fatalities L,. L,. w aiiate Show Upward Trend Will Manage Taf I Fight WASHINGTON, Dec. 2, ator Taft's (.R-Ohio) bid for support " . among former Dewey and Stassen ine acpanmeiH intment ^sued yesterday BALTIMORE, Dec. 2--(/P)--Traffic fatalities on Maryland highways were up 14 per cent for the first ten months this year, the State Police Department reports. The total as of Oct. 31 was 449, the department said in a report today with the appointment of Lisle L. Wallace as Indiana manager of his campaign for the Republican Presidential nomination. Coupled with, naming last week of GOP national committeeman Hoy E. Dunn as his Minnesota manager, Taffs action was interpreted by his friends as putting out a 1952 welcome sign to those who have opposed him in the past. Wallace was secretary of the 1948 Indiana convention delegation which cast its vote for Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of New York, the eventual Presidential nominee. Dunn supported former Gov. Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota in 1948. The new Indiana leader of Taft forces was described as a long-lime friend and associate of Republican Senators Capehart and Jenner o£ that State. Indiana For Taft Indiana u s e s t h e convention method to select delegates to the nominating convention. Tom Coleman of Madison. Wis, a 1948 Stassen supporter and now one of Taft's national committee members, predicted in a statement that a majority of Indiana's 32 delegates will support Taft in next year's convention. Previously 92 Indiana Republicans pledged "unwavering support" to the Ohioan. Taft counted on the Indiana vote in 1948 but did not get it. Associates said Taft's action in the Wallace and Dunn appointments is intended to demonstiate to vet- Fifteen of the 46 October deaths were pedestrian 1 ?, and the rate for the month \vas one traffic fatality every 16 hours. Of the 1,256 persons injured on State roads during the 31 day period. 314 were pedestrians and the remainder drivers and passengers. Five of the six counties that were free of fatalities are on the Eastern Shore--Caroline, Dorchester. Kent, Somerset, and Wicom- jco. St, Mary's also had a perfect record. Baltimore City and Baltimore County each recorded seven deaths in traffic. Democrats Preparing For Fighl In Ranks BETHESDA, Dee. 2. iVPl--Gover- nor McKcldin today told the Montgomery County Federation of Republican Women that Democrats "seem to be getting readv for an old - fashioned knock- down - and- drag-out battle" within their own ranks He said the opposition "faces the homble responsibility in next cii's general election campaign of defending the most blundering and most extravagant Federal administration in the history of this nation. "The President of the United States has brought out the crying eran politicians among the Repub- j towel and is predicting that he licans that he holds no "grudges" j will be smeared. It is evident that against those w h o have worked I he is afraid of the truth that al- against him m the past. In line with his bid for support icndy has come out, and the truth t h a t will-come out about the cor- from all party segment 1 !, Taft \ \ a s l r u p t i o n in the topheavy stiucture reported to have assured n a t i o n a l ' of buieaucracy of which he is the chairman Guy G. Gabnclson of his head," McKeldin asserted, backing if any attempt is made to Maryland's Republican Governor 'unseat the chairman in the GOP j repeated his stand for a reduction national committee meeting in San ' in State Francisco in January. MURDER VICTIM NEWPORT NEWS. Va., Drc 2 (IP) -- The body of a Newport News He said he thought there were enough Dcmocials in the Legislature who aie as tired of "socialism and extravagance" as ''are their Republican colleagues" to help bring about tax reduction. "They want to see a start made Sasscer Will Fight O'Conor cab driver, brutally beaien and rs^rs? zvs rz?x,x^^s m a n s vehicle in nearby Warwick I to mnke ^ that}starti .. he ; f dded . P When the Titanic rammed an iceberg in the Atlantic in 1912, 1,600 lives were lost. County. It was the second such discovery in t\\o days Only 24 hours earlier, another local cabbie had been found dead in a ditch about fn-e miles from the spot of today's slaying. WHEN WAS GREAT CHICAGO RRE? , Chock your 19S2 St. Joseph Calendar Edible mushrooms contain 90 \ and w "»thcr Chart. Fncts fntTjP per cent water. ' = njortl ! At nny CU-UK counter fltCC TRUSSES anrt SUPPORTS nescriptions WILLIAMSON'S DRUG STORE 12 North Market St. Phone 68 For Mus/c the Entire Family Can Enjoy h Qhristmas... *T? evrnplctfh itM-jc 31 vith srpirtdtf To-^e There 5s no more cherished gift than it Wurlitzct Organ. Clnvically beautiful console blends ·with every setting. Its m u l t i t u d e of voice* places an of- chs-stra at your command. Easy Course instructions show you how. Ask for demonstration. Installation for Ctimtmai. WURLlIZER HOME ORGANS COLONIAL MUSIC SHOP 14 E. Patrick St. Ph. 2362 Our CHRISTMAS CLUB for 1952 Be one of those folks that get a nice check for Christmas by joining our 1952 Club now. Save that pocket money, small amounts you'll never miss and have from $12.50 to §500 waiting for you a year from today. THE FARMERS MECHANICS NATIONAL BANK Frederick, Maryland Member Federal Depoilt Insurance, Corporation LA PLATA, Dec. 2. gressman Lansdale G. Sasscer last ni(?ht declared himself a candidate for nomination on the Democratic ticket as United States Senator. The announcement was made at the fall banquet of the Democratic Clubs of Charles County. The 58-year-old Representative was a Maryland State Senator for 16 years before he was elected to Congress in 1939 for the first of his seven consecutive terms. The declaration from the Prince Georges County office holder sets up a primary contest with Sen. O'Conor (D-Md.) who is finishing his first term in the Senate. O'Conor has not announced formally that he will be a candidate, but it is assumed he will run. "I believe I can bring the different factions of the party together and make certain a Democratic victory next November," Sasscer said last night. The primaries are scheduled for May. Identified By F. B. I. Fingerprint Files FBI fingerprint files have identified the amnesia victim arrested in Frederick last weekend for loitering as Willis Stewart Gregory, 38, of 429 East Race street, Mar- Unsburg, W. Va. Gregory was released and sent home accompanied by his brother, Clarence, also of Martinsburg. According to SnerlfTs deputies who talked to his brother, Gregory has had had two similar attacks of amnesia before. The cause of the spells is believed to be a fall he had some years ago from a .silo. One tune before the amnesia victim was gone from his home for a day and a night and just a week before he was picked up in Frederick he started from home with one of his children. Gregory has six children ranging in ago from four months to 13 years. His brother is taking him to Veterans Hospital for treatment He is a former service man and was treated at the hospital for the original fall. COOKS TO EAT In Japan, the diner in a restaurant often cooks his own food in an iron skillet set on-his table, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. EYES EXASVtfiiO GLASSES FITTED DR. WALTER SNOW OPTOMETRIST 41 North Market St Phone 835 NEW SINGER ELECTRICS S89.50 up S I N G E R SEWING CENTER 11 North Market St. CHFCK THESE FEATURES COOKING WITH GAS IS · QUICK · CLEAN · DEPENDABLE · ECONOMICAL Beyond the Main Use "Breotane" FREDERICK GAS CO., Inc. Tel. 2575 Box 338 JOI HOSPITAL AID TODAY New Windsor School Now Being Occupied The New Windsor school has been practically completed and is now being occupied, the Carroll County Board of Education was informed at Its monthly meeting. The board considered preliminary sketches for the Sjkesville school addition and directed that continued efforts be made for approval of the project. The board granted leave of absence to Mrs. Louise Barnes, Mount Airy High school, and approved the assignment of Robert Martin to the vacancy In same school effective January 1, 1952. The board noted communications from a number of applicants for scholarships to Western Maryland College for the year 1952-53 and directed that these applications be considered at the proper time near the end of the current school year. A number of miscellaneous appointments -were made in connection with the janitorial and clerical stiff in various centers in the county. Approval was given for the appointment of George Gillis as custodian of the Sykesville building effective November 15. INSTALLED AS CHAPLAIN Rev. Maurice D. Ashbury, rector of St. Mary's Episcopal church in Baltimore, who becomes rector of All Saints church, was installed as chaplain of the Maryland Assembly for the Brotherhood of St. Andrew at ceremonies Friday night. The assembly is the governing body for the chapters of the brotherhood in the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland. way to a man's heart Evans Clippers HAND T U R N E D * *· " $·1.95 To $7.95 A pair of Evans Slippcts is the greatest gift in the world for a man. Smart, smooth and flexible, every style- gives perfect comfort, SHOK MEZZANINE Save Kemp's Discount Stamp) and Save 2% 4-H fll Ik EM. I WO The Lib«rtytown Girl's 4-H Club held its regular monthly meeting on November 27 at thl Junior High school. The meeting was called to order by the vice-president, Donna Rexroad. Sixtxeen members answered the roll call by naming their favorite candy. Joan Smith, club delegate, gave a report from the council meeting held on November 17 at the Extension office. As a Christmas project the club will prepare a food basket for a needy family and take it to them. A Parent and Friends night program will be given in Libertytown on December 14 at 8 p. m. Letters and numerals of felt for the 4-H boys' basketball uniforms will be made by the club. June unsan ana oonaa nexroad gave a demonstration on the making of chocolate creams and mint candy. Officers elected for the coming year were: president, Annette Elkins; vice president, Joan Smith; secretary, Barbara Biddinger: assistant secretary, Mary Wolfe; treasurer, Barbara Elkins: song leader. Donna Rexroad; reporter, Rebecca Wright; delegate, Patricia Smith. SANTA LETTERS Letters for Santa Claus have been received from: Tommy Plunkard, Ijamsville; Janet Marie Biser, Thurmont; Peggy Marie Hoffman, Route 4; Peggy and Linda Tressler, Mt. Airy; Pauline Hubble, Dickerson; Teddy McCaughlin, Point of Rocks; Sadie Marie Pey- DR. C. R. BIKLE OPTOMETRIST Announces the opening of offices for the examination of the eye and prescribing of glasses. Damascus Bank Building Damascus, Maryland Office Hours: Wed. and Sat., 1 P. M. to 9 P. M. ton. Biuetuont, Va.; Tommy Athey, Lucketts. Va.: Linda and Frank Barnhouse, Julia Diane, William, Bertha Mary and Judy Ann Frye. all of Lucketts, Va.: Mary, Edward and Bonnie Sue Walker, Arcola, Va.; Alice May Fry, Lucketts, Va.; James and Ctrol Ann Barnes, Lucketts, Va.; Bernice Marie Jackson, 169 W. All Saint Street; Billy and Bobby Snuff, Roule 5. DAMAGED BY BLAST KAGERSTOWN, Dec. 3--Workers at the Delphey store on East Franklin street Thursday were erecting a Christmas display when something wet bourn outdoors ai| rocks came flying toward the;! They ducked, in time. But if, plate glass window of the sto», and two neon signs; hanging ou, side the establishment were brol, en by the rocks. Chester F. De phey, proprietor of the establisl ment, said that blasting has bee: going on across the street in sT excavation project. "The Nugget" a newspaper puU| lished in Dawson, Canada, sold fc'| a dollar a copy during the heiglj of the Yukon gold rush. A 'O. 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