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Xew«, FrHierkk. M*., T««J*j% July 2*. M4» Thousands Pay Final Tribute To Pershing Washington. July 19 f--Jeo- eral John J. Pershing was laid to rest today oa tfa* summit of a tree- shrouded slope, surrouaded by the graves of men he commanded from the jungles of th* Philippines '-the borders of imperial Germany. A reverent hush fell over the generals, she cadets and the buck privates standing at attention io Arlington National Cemetery zs the Army's chief of chaplains. Maj. Gea. Luther D. Miller, intoned the last words: "The msrch o: another soid.er is ended, his battles are ail fought sad all won. and he lies down to rest while awanmg the bugle's call." It was the end cf the trail fur -Black Jack" Pershiag. i\ho died last Thursday at the age of 87, heavy with honors and alread something of a gray ieger.d to a vo'jnger generation whicn does not thrill to the names of BeJleau Wood and Chateau-Th:err. Truman Attends And President Truman joined with heads of the armed forces ::i a vast and impressive tribute to the old general, who led the first American Expeditionary Force to victory- in the First World War. Somewhere near half a million people lined the streets o: vVasn- ington to see Pcrshing's coffin drawn by six perfectly matched gray horses" through a dov. npour of raia from the Nation's Capitol to the peaceful cemetery across the Potomac. The funeral cortege 'AJ~ a mile long. To the throb of iiiuiTled drums and the strains of haunting marches, it marched the whole four and oae^third raiics while a flight of eight F-80 jet fighters roared overhead--a s i g h t undreamed of when John J. Pershing was born in 1860. The services were brief and simple. Then came the burial, \\ith the coSSn borne through a double row of honorary pallbearers, in the now-steaming heat, to its grassy resting place within sight of the glistening domes and the white Washington's-monu.nent shaft ;f the c?pital. ".. .Earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust ..." Chaplain Miller prayed. In the -direction of the setting sun.' West Point cadets in gleaming summer white stood rigid at attention. To the east, enlisted men and more cadets stood equally straight. General Dwight D. Eisenhcwcr, Secretary of State George C. Marshall and others who followed Pershing in the highest ranks of the military were clustered near the grave. To the north, a mass of bouquets Amounted until they masked the trees and were backgrounded oniy by the bright blue sky. "Eternal rest grant to him. O Lord." the chaplain prayed. Then taps sounded--slowly and mournfully echoing amon^ the sunlit Virginia hills. And a last volley rang out from a firing squad stationed jus" south of the grave as the coffin began its sfx-foot descent. Tidmore's New Radio Station On Full Time Word has been received here that Radio Station WPPA. opera- red by the PoUsvilie. Pa_ Broadcasting Company, arid owned and managed by A. V. Tidmore. formerly of Frederick, went into full- time operation last Saturday. Coincidental with inauguration o' full time schedule. WPPA. formerly a 500-v. att dayt'rce station, increased the power o! it? signal to 1.000 watts. WPPA received permission from the Federal Communications Commission in February of this year tc extend 2ts hours of broadcasting and to increase its power to 1.000 watt* Before convers-ion from its o°d type oi operation was completed, t u o acSdit.orse! broadcast towers m .\ere erected at the transmitter ;:te at Bulls Head, northwest of Pottsville The origins! tower, which had served fo- the pas-t ^evera! Years to transmit the WPPA proErarns throughout the i.o-.\er Anthracite Reason was increased in height AH three WPPA tower* are over 325 feet from the:r bases to the beacons that flash from the tower tcpy. At present work ss being carried forward to :r.ore3;e the c :ze of the WPPA transmitter bu:id.r:g so that it \\ill better provide the necessary room for the highly ::npcrtant equipment Ui'ed in sending out the broadcast signal! At the same time constructior move« forward at Shenandoih Heights--the site of the freauencv modulation tr^ns- nv.vc^r; facilities of WPPA-FM. WPPA operates as an independent station. Key personnel of WPPA. in addition to Mr Ttdmore. are Julius Thiel. xvho is chief engineer and John N'ayior. the program director. Chie! announcer is Jerry Caint"-. Al! were formerly associated \v ith Mr. Tidmore when he managed the local rodio ?tat:on With the increase in po^cr and extension of operation time, additional staff announcers were engaged Associated -A::h the:r father In '.he operation of the PottsviHe station are his son. William P. T:d- morc. and daughter. Miss Vivian Tidmore. who last year graduated from the University of Alabama. Police Court Cases Tried Monday ISight William Howard Holton. 121 ( Pennsylvania avenue, was found j not guilty Monday nif.ht in Police j Court of disturbing the peace j 1 Serjt. Phebus testified h« found { · Holton atop a struggling neighbor. ] James W. Johnson. 113 Pennsyl- i ' vania avenue. -* hen he arrived on ' the scene, Johnson forfeited collateral on ' a charge of peace disturbance, and did not appear last night. ; Holton. his wife and a young neighbor testified that Johnson came to their house, and bel ger- ently addressed the ,'ounger wo- rnan. then slapped Mrs. Holton. Holton forcibly ejected Johnson from the house and subdued him until police arrived, arresting both men. The magistrate in dssmuiing the case against Holtou. declared. " Certainty a man ha: ml', rights ;·/ protect the privacy and p r-.onnei of his home." Philip KeKei. !ov. j itineiant vaiciiu^ii. paid $25 80 fine, on a ' charge of disturbing the peace by, taking off his shoe, breaking the glass of a parking meter and damaging the mechanism as testified by Officer Denver Shook who made ' the arrest Keller, according to she testimony, toid police, Sunday. "Where 1 come from, we don't like parking meters and voted them out." Charles F. Onley. colored, was given five days in jai!, for drunk- . enness Si-mmy Tho npson. also colored, went back to jas! for ten days. He was released Friday after serving a sentence on a continuing charge of intoxication. Harry Crowder. Glen Burnie. accused of loitering, was given a 'floater' out of Frederick county, under a threat of being tried for vagrancy upon being arrested here ' Fifteen persons arrested over the · week-end on minor City charges ' , forfeited varying collaterals, total- ' ling $89.70. Court News Marriage Joseph Edward Blackwel!. 36 Marshall, Va.. and Margaret Gladys Wine. 33, divorced. Purcellville. Va. Denver Cook, 21. and Charlotte L. Miller. 20. both of Ellicott City. Kenneth Craig Fuller. 25. Buenos Airc:. Argentina, and Mildred Fannie Adams. 25. Buckeystown. Howard E. Van Order. 21. and Eunice Decker, 19. both of Wellsboro. Pa. Paul Melvin Sharrah. 21. and Doris Elaine Sturtz, 18, both of Waynesboro. Pa. Preston E Moomaw. 26. Clearbrook. Va.. and Elsie M. Cheshire. 13. Winchester. Va. William H. Moiberg. Jr. 27, and Barbara Jean Garrison. 23. both of Baltimore. Johsi R R.denotir. J r , 20. and Beinadette M. Will*. 17. both of BIRTHDAY PARTY A birthday party was given to Miss Ada Stup on her eighty-fifth birthday. July 14 at the home of her sister. Mrs. Mary Kidd in Urbana. Those present besides the above, xvere: Mrs. Minnie Stup, Mrs. Paul Albaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Stup and children Margie. Joanne and Austin. Jr.. Mrs. Alvis Fisher and daughter Barbara. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Wood.. Mrs. J William Briscoc. Miss Beatrice Kidd and Sue Ann Burdette. Miss Ada. as her fr.end? ca!! her. was tne recipient of many gifts. including a birthday cake. Kef-eshments were served. : County Man's License Revoked By Examiner Recently convicted of a charge · of turning out the lights on his I automobile to avoid identification. Delmar R. Dclphcy. Thurmont. had '. his driver license revoked here , Monday by State License Examin- ' er W. Dana Rudy when Dclphcy failed to appeai for a hearing. Failure to appear for a hearing aiso resulted .n suspension for three months cf the license of John Nelson Knipple. 128 West Patrick street. Knipple had been 1 convicted recently of failing to stop for a school bus and failed to appear al n previous hearing. . Also revoked was the license of . Eugene Richard Schell. 433 West South street, on a complaint. The ' license of Laurence Thomas Hilt- ncr. 15 Winchester street, recently . convicted of passing in an intcr- ! section. \\ as suspended for two ' months. Those placed on probation n. eluded. Walter Lee Coblentz. Middletown. exceeding 50 miles an ' houi. one year: Raymond 1. Ford. Jr.. this city, exceeding 5(1. one · year; Harry Osborne Gosnell. 417 ' East Patrick street, failing to give right-of-way, two years: Robert , Hood Oland. Route 1. Frederick, exceeding 35. one year; Sherma.i William ShuiT. Thurmont. exceeding 50. one year; William James Speak. LeGore. no license in possession, one year: Joseph Leander Wittington. Thurmont. ^Kceeding 50. one year. Reprimands were administered to Raymond Harve\ Boiler. Graco- ham. failing to stop for a school bus; Elmer Franklin Poffinberger. Mycrsville Route 1. inadequate mufTler: Mrs. Mildred Margate; Rhodes. 17 Taricy apartments, this city, failing to stop for a school bus. Hn«je Recovery Fund To Be Spent In 3 Months Washington. July 19 .-l'i--Tne United States intends to pour $1.751.600.000 into Western Europ. can recovery during July. August , and September. , Economic Cooperation Admin- 1 istrator Paul Hoffman told a news | conference today SI. 118.800 000 will I ; come from funds set aside for loans | . and grants for the second quarter. I of ECA operations. \ 1 The remainder, he said, will come ! from $632,800.000 carried over | from funds earmarked but not '' spent during Ihe first quarter. ! The participating European na- j tions asked about SI.700.000.000 in j new funds for the second quarter. \ ECA officials here slashed this to i $1.116.800.000. The bulk of tlie c u t ; was made in relief ;oods because ' of improved European harvest ; prospects. McCRORY GIRLS LOSE The McCrory Dime Store girls were aqain defeated in a softball Uame Monday night by a team from Creagcrstown. The score wa; j 35-11, The game was played on \ the Creagerstown diamond. Anoth- j cr came is scheduled to be played | in Staley Park but no definite date has been set. Chester A Copperthite. 35, McLean. V.« , and Ehzabeth Inez Ley. ·^. Kan field. Va. Cnarlc E Lenhart. 39, 129 \Vesi Church street, and Peggy Kidd. 3-4. 226 Ei^l Fif:h i'.ree!. both of this city V/ilour Truman Smith. 18. V/ood=.boro and Edi'.h Viola Wills. 19. E;.".:njuburg James R. Harter. III. 21. and Geraldine E Ru:hrau(T, 19. both o£ Hagerstown. Wilham L. Etzler. 25. Sykesvilie. and Mildred R. Widmann. 20. College Park Property Deeded Potomac Editon Co. to Francis R. Darner, et al. countv. $10. Harold K. Staley and wife to J. Hugh Keller and wife, et a!, county, S10. Lula Louisa Shank Eaiterday to Medora M. Kemp, et al. county, $10. Edna Willard Nehreiiberg and husband to Charles McC. Mathias. city. S10. Charles McC. Malhias to Edna Willard Nchrenberg and husband. city. S10. Blanche G Rice Rothenhoefer and husband to Donald G. Kendall nnrt wife. city. S10. Harry C. Hicman. et al. to Wilbur A. Tuck and wife, county. $10. Robert W. Hearne and wife, to Harold Myers Jarrett and wife, county $10. Hazel Dutrov.-. executrix, et a), to J. Preston Smith, county. $2.585. Power Of Attorney Lewis Henry Goad to Minnie Odcll Goad. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES Thi« Old Treatment Often Brings Happy R«Ii«f VThen disorder of kidney fraction permits pouonou* matter to remain in jour blood. It may caus* naepnc bmekmche. rheumatic peins, Icir jKuns. IOM of p«p nnd energy, jct- ttnc up cicfcu. awcUinir. pcffinws under the Cyci. headaches and dizziness. Frequent or Scanty passages with sniartinc and burninc fometlmcs ihovrm there is «omcthint wronc ·with your kidney- or bladder. Don't wait: Ask your drumrist for DotuTs .Fills, a stimulant diuretic, used iracceMfuIlr by millions for over 50 years. Do»n'» Rite; nappy rciicf and will help the 15 miles of iidner tube? Hush out poisonous wut«£roi rocr blood. G«t Doau'j Pill*. U. N. Has Confidence In Count Bemadotte Lake Success July 19 3i-- Brjpite continued fighting in Paies- tine, the United Nations went ahead today with elaborate plans to super-visa a long-term truce. It was generally assumed here that Count Folke Bemadotte would be able to *top the fighting as soon as he sot his staff of observers on the scene iw tuptrvii-e the cease- fire Mo»t C X o£lic;als as v/ell 35 Security Council members felt that the bi'i test had been won when both Jews and Arabs agreed to accept "·;« ceaie-fire. Because of the rhort tsme limit fixed :n The Council s resolution, it had been expected there would be some clashes after ;he truce deadline. Moyt members of the Cou::c:l were inclined to ie: the U N. i::ed- ia:or deal \sith the problem on the wrene as far as pos:-ib!e. This applies '.o discussion* on the condi- tior.s laid do\vn by the Arab League as well as the continued fighting. HITS $17.600 JACKPOT ' New York. July 19 ?_-Tiie American Broadcasting Companv said today that Mrs S K Heard. 40. of Shr«rvepor:. La . :as: night won a jackpot of approximate':/ S17.0W when ihe correctiv ;den:.- fied the "mystery bO::s" on ABC's " stop :he music" program · Telephoned at her ho:?:e. T.'r*. Heard, an oH:ce worker, correctly identified the tu:;e as "World ' Events March " Included in :he pri^e.- are a SI-000 savings bond, a S2.000 d.amond 1 ring, a vacation for two at Macki- i riaw Island. Mich . with round trip · by plane, a SI.000 set of matched luggage, a SI.000 Persian lamb , coat, a complete kitchen styled in . steel, a new car and trailer, a Shet( l a n d pony wi;h cowboy accessories, a Mj'.Id s:!vei cogee service. a Sl.OCO woman's fall wardrobe. 55.000 worth of canned govd~ a::d 2 new electric range. Body Of Missing Boy Is Found In Quarry 1 Towson. July 19 (/Pi--Police to- 1 day found the body of 13-year-old i JLeroy Kilby in 90 feet of water at ' an abandoned marble quarry. 1 His 16-year-old sister reported i him missing there just a week agi 1 and told such a hair-raising ^tory that police became convinced the boy merely had taken French leave. The brother and sister, two of nine children vhose father Lad left horne. started out for the movies a week ago Sunday evening. Florence K.lby reported they xiidn: like ;v. o Baltimore shows they visited so took a -Aalk through the North avenue business section. Two youths in a car picked then; ·up. she said The boys hai ;o:ne beer and then drove north of Baltimore to the old quarry near Cockeysviile. Florence said she went swimming. When she came oack to uhere she left the boys she found her brother gone. The other two youths said he had gone swimming. Ke didn't come back and she started crying. The boys then j drove her back to Baltimore. I Mrs. Mazje Kilby reported her ; two children missing a week ago today. Police located the two boys who had driven Florence and Leroy to the quarry. They questioned the pair but did not make an jirrest. '' 'Several reports came in' saying Leroy had been seen in neighborhoods near his home a few nights later and police learned he often disappeared from home. They concluded be had walked away from the quarry while his sister Now, your Home Permanents EASIER! EASIER! EASIER! with new, round PLASTIC CURLERS exclusive with was swimming and hitched » rial back to Baltimore. In Australia alone, during the i war. the American RecJ Cross ] served 10.0CO.OOO meals and provided more than 1.000.000 over- i night lodgings. WOMEN who feel caned by functional 'middle-age'! Do yo-j sw"er froKi hot Ssih us. irritable cL»inasy f« cSiie to ihe I*.mc*io2ia! "::ii^tiie-ii^e" period peculiar 10 -Ao:::m (33-52 rrs.»? Thea sx ;rr Lydls E Ptnkhani's V»geta:e CoK:poui«i to relieve sucii syiisptonis" It also ii^s wiist Doctors call a stosaaeiic :o:i:c e"ec;! LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S SS85S^ HOME PERMANENT THE C3EME COLO V.'AVE · Kit.iriih Regsiiar Kit. plastic curlers fiber curlers * ReS:). no curlers . . A H prtcfs pita tax V/IUJAMSON'S DRUG STORE ! W»nt Extra CASH in a HURRY: Just \ \ Funiish us with a. few S"j i t simple facts--tell us how £a t i much to set aside for you. J-3 i ' The money most likely j£« i_ - will be ready for you by ^J«j i the time it will take you *. f |r to reach our office. $.** jM $25.00 to S300.00 M LINCOLN IBS W Patrick St. Phone 1270 Watches Diamonds Jewelry and Silverware Doll's Jewelry Store SOUTH WARKFI ST. FREDERICK. MD. HOME OWNERS · COMFORT · CONVENIENCE · FUEL SAVINGS YOU GET ALT, 3 WHEN YOU INSTALL C H A M B E R L I N COMBINATION ALUMINUM STORM SASH BLOWN ROCK WOOL INSULATION METAL WEATHERSTR1PPIXG PH. FRED. 1409 OR BRUNS- 3311 BETTER HOMES, Inc. Hagerstown, Md. 1 = Johns-Manville ( BLOWN" ROCK WOOL HOME INSULATION QUALITY Market I Ford Phone 2O2 Firemen's Carnival NEW MIDWAY T O N I G H T FEATURING Slim Stuart and The Plainsmen Ferris Wheel. Kiddie Rides. BINGO -- the best slock of prizes seen anywhere. Fun! Fun! GOOD COUNTRY EATS. HAM SANDWICHES. HAMBURGERS. HOT DOGS. Bring: the faftiily and enjoy an evening of fun and frolic Don't forget the new 1949 Ford will to Saturday cveninj:- FREE PARKING IMMEDIATE POSSESSION Modern six-room brick home- corner lot. Fairview Avenue. Larjje living room with fireplace, dining room, completely modern F r i s? i d a i r e. kitchen, breakfast nook: second fioor. three nice bedrooms, bath; hardwood floors and natural oak 4 trim throughout, oil heat, newly painted basement. 620 Fairview Avenue FREDERICK, MARYLAND NEWSPAPER! "A bore." says Hannah," h a guy | who's here today and here · tomorrow!" You're not a customer at the AVellsmere Shop today and not one tomorrow. Once a customer of ours, always a customer, i There's a reason and it's because J our coods are ail of the highest ' quality and all priced ·uithin ' reason. GIFTS ANTIQUES 7 N. COURT STREET FREDERICK r MA9YUHiD Do You Need Help With This FAMILY PROBLEM ? U. A. LOUGH SON 121 South Market St. Phone 1569 IOI»I lt\ P H A R M A C Y Successor To Pear re's Drug Store Urns* A Prescription Service TELEPHONE 208 I M S DRUID THEATRE BUILDING. DAMASCUS, MD. FULL COURSE DINNERS STEAKS, CHOPS, FRIED CHICKEN Plan to visit Damascus and eat that juicy, tender fried chicken dinner; tender T-bone steaks that you can cnt with a. fork. SNACK AND SODA BAR CATERING TO PARTIES AXD BANQUETS Serving Daily and Sundays From 11 A. M. Until S:30 P. M. Try Our Famous Individual BAKED CHICKEN PIE DINNERS Also Steaks -- Chops -- Fried Spring Chicken Ham, Beef and Swiss Steak Dinners IS MODERN BRICK CABINS -- PHONE SO pundaii pkf or W A S H I N G T O N Your whole family -will enjoy the complete news roverage and entertaining features o* the Wash- .ngtori Star. Novr j-cu can 3:ave this grand metropolitan newspaper delivered to your home--every evening and Sunday morn-Ing--only leiir hours nfter it is off the press. Local home delivery routes have already beer, organized, and 2. iocaj carrier ooy S-ac" RATES Daily or.d S u n d a y . . SI.20 a month SI.30 (5-Sun. mo.) Doily only 90c a month Sunday only " 0c p«r copy For Home Delivery Phone Joseph A. Boone c/o Hahn's Gas Station Frederick 1575 JUNIOR EXECUTIVE If you have a college degree, preferably in Business Administration, and hive strong leadership qualities, this job will provide a rej! opportunity for you. State viheii you graduated from college, and any work experience you may have had. Give age, height, w eight, and marital status. No reply will be considered that does not have complete facts. Address Box 1712, c.ire Frederick News-Post. 6 MONTHS SUPPLY of Soap Powders with the purchase of everv WASHING MACHINE · Norge · Automatic · Blackstone · Launderall Storm Shipley THE BCSI CORNtB Market Second Sts. Phone 2C6 i DAILY DOUBLE 1st and 2nd Races Window Closes 2:15 POST TIME-ESOPM ARE Y O U Q U A L I F I E D ? 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