The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 21, 1948 · Page 11
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July 21, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 11

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Communist Heads Are Indicted Many Inquire About Sale Of Key Stamps enthusiasts and historians alike, with many persons asking where T» , XT 1 A 1 . O 1~ 4~\ r the o* 561 * 1 cachet can be obtained. .Party Heads About Sale Of Robert Nicodmeu,. chains * * ·» the cachet committee, again urged residents of Frederick and Frederick county to take ad^nUge of New York. July 20 ^r-Twelve j Indication, of the high degree of ^^k^'of *£? «?,,££ |U. S. Cominumst Party leaders and · success to be obtained bv the dual and in«*i-t« »t «n» «f *H» ,«,,.. ^1 'members were indicted today on j celebration. August ». of the first \ £l oSS £ t u ? k £ 3?* Se charges 01 aavecating the over-1 day s sale of the Francis Scott! pointed out that the official cachet with the first day's cancellation ; me re-aeojcaiion 01 tne Key Mem- mart to:a th e Frederick Pos» William Z. i oriai in Mount Olivet Cemetery are Office wlSproduce jL mo"t worthv Communist \ oemg received daily in the offices | tuomeato of the day and in the , ,, ' ?L¥** celebration committee, ae- · years to come may prove of exter*- - including . cording to word received last night i s! ve value ceremony marking the 50th j of the original dedi- Key War Rubble Used By Army In 'Cold War' the overthrow of the United States GoTem- i ment. Among them was Foster, head of the Party of America. Seven of the group. General Secretary Eugese V. Den; from C. Cyril KSein. general chair- j nis, were arrested and arraigned on : man. I the charges- " ; Already inquiries concerning the | .. The others, named along with the J celebration and the stamp sale i P 1 ? n - ° t " w -,, . first seven in secret indictments re- I have been received from various 1 *** bne£ b " t wl " fe , aturc ^^ a P" * turned by a Federal fe rand jur%- in-'States in the East and from as far jP earance . °, f nationally prominent . } figures including Postmaster Gen- vestigating alleged subversive acii-; west as Chicago. The interest is vities, were being sought. being displayed by both stamp i A formal statement by the Com- -. munist Party, released a few '· Federal authorities as members of minutes before the seven were ar! *^ e Communist Party's raigned. ; eral Jesse M. Donaldson and his · assistant Joseph Lawler. Coverrsor W. Preston Lane, of Maryland denied me charges and ; boarA Davis characterized mem as a "monstrous j N «£ oe %. . . «»«ne.up." The five being One of the group was arrested la * n -^ lje 1 as- and arraigned in Detroit. Mich-, to-i * ' ' n g Potah night He was Car! Winters. 41. and Winston national kia! ^g^^- of ^ e .» star Span . are . IeJ B^^* Sbe wiu sin g\ he . . ! National Anthem to the accom- sought were , paniment of the Quantico Marine · Band. The official program will the jget uader wa . at 3 o clock in the The News. Frederick. Md.. Wednesday. July 21, U4f Offers To Help Vets Reinstating Policies j Samuel J. Weston. officer-in- I charge of the Frederick Veterans : Administration o8ice. offered yes! terday to help any veteran who i needs assistance in reinstating Na- 1 tional Service LJfe Insurance. July j 31 is the deadline, he pointed out. | for picking up a lapsed policy un! der the present easy p;an j !n most cases, he explained, a j World War II veteran may now ; reinstate lapsed insurance simpSy , by paying two monthly premiums i and signing a statement that his j health is as goon as at the time of ; lapse After July 3t. a veteran will ; te required to take a physical ex- jaminaiiun if his insurance has- j been lapsed more than 90 days. : Ex-servicemen and women who ; want help in reiisstatins visit the Frederick VA Office In Room No. 1. East Wing, Wincho- ter HaJl. Mr. Weston asserted. Office hours are from 8.00 a. m. U 4.45 p. m., Mondays through tii- days. For the convenience of veterans in this area, the VA Office here will be open all Uay Saturday, July 31. the last day on which G. *L insurance can be reinstated under the easy reinstatement procedure now in eflect. Before attempting to adjust automobile brakes, the pressure in aU tires should be equal. of . . chairman of the Michigan State ; \ orri: clt " J° hn al committee. Others In New York manager k v . T ' X J - B '« f ~.v " ^ fr wt.C\^%:^ ¥««!_· «^ ^» W «.IV\.«k til ^£21; ! ^ Furtien Joint Council of New i afternoon u - ith a band coacert bv | ,, .... ., iitiii5 ^ ^^. c . K Tc . Ky:n ,_° h ? ,. G l te ?; , edltor : the Marines scheduled to precede! Council of the Communist Partv i smce ·****· !«· of the Duly Work- i it and a member of the partv's nation- ' "· o^^ial organ of the Communist j j ,,! ~TMv. m :*»^. ' -Party m the Lnued States: Robert | i G. Thompson, chairman of the Nexv ! STRIKE VIOtCNCC FLARES J | York State Communist Party: Gil- I Charlestown. W. Va.. July 20 (f; ! While pickets paraded outside : .. . . _, .his home and office. Governor arraigned here entered pleas of in- at Chicago, and Gus Hall of Cleve- j Meadows agreed today to meet nocent. and ihe same plea was en- land. Ohio, chairman of the Ohio I again with negotiators in hopes of tered for Winters in Detroit. j Communist Party. i settling the troublesome Duponi ' The other four under arrest were: j The indictments charged all with i strike. ! New York City Councilman Ben- "conspiring to teach and advocate i Meanwhile, a Dupont employe's jamin Davis; John B. Williamson, i ihe overthrow of the United States home was destroyed by fire" at ! The U. S. Army is rushing new air facilities in Berlin, to relieve ihe city's overtaxed airfields. Cranes and bulldozers load trucks with the rubbie of buildings bombed and blasted during World War II. The rubble is used as a base for a new a:r strip at TempeShof Field. {.Piioto by NEA-Acme statT correspondent Al Cocking ) ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR TROUBLE? CALL KAST KM) CROCKKY 1657 ANYTIME Commercial Domrttir Franklin .'Bud) Siockmaii 100 E. 6th .St. Electrical Appliance* Repaired 10 HWCVt ·VMTILT troubled by (UsticM of f»- u::ctlo:ial n;on:hJr dlaturb- Doos tiiJs nuike you «uff«r from pain. Irrl SO nerpou*, wc*k, fciSh-s'.rucB -- at such Uoits? Tbra DO try LySlx E. Pinthum's V«cctabl« Cus:^uuud to relieve such mjatp- to:::» I:: * recent saedical teK till* provrd rcsnariaSy belpful to esi troubScd Uils w»y. V LYD1A L PINKHAM'S The others were taken into cus-jbert Green of Chicago,-II!.. dist«et4- tody in Nev.- York City. All those \ chairman for the Communist Party ; i » trade union secretary for the part}-; ; Government by force and violence. Henry Winston, party organizational! The six arrested in New York Campbell's Creek and State Fire Marshal Robert H. 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