The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 22, 1948 · Page 3
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 3

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, July 22, 1948
Page 3
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U. IMS Renew Effort To Remove Car Line Rails Th« Board of Alderaaen W«d- nexUy aitbt directed City AUor- ney Richard- E- Zimmerman to contact representatives of the' Baltiaaore 4: Ohio Railroad, the Penasylvania Kailroad and the H. It F, Railway in aa effort to work otst a plan for the removal of the tracks from East Patrick street. ' Russell H. McCain, member of State Roads Commission, smd the contractor for repaving the street has agreed to delay that part of the contract for fi\e or six weeks and President R. Paul Smith ol She Potomac Edison Company has agreed that this is the time to remove the rails if arrangements can be made Tne belief was expressed that other arrangements cars be made to connect the PenTisyH-ania and B. t O. irses so that the tracks can ' be removed from Patrick street. A number of letters were presented to the Board from local business firms and individuals advocating the removal of the rails before the new street surfacing is placed. Latest letters came from two industries in the area President G G. Gosnell. of Kaufman's Garage, said the company finds it very difficult to conduct us business, due to the traffic tie-up? Now is the time for removal of the tracks for · jtood. he said. " We not only speak for our business bu;. we believe, for everyone on the east end of Patrick street." Harry I. Hamilton, of Hamilton's ' Market, says the car tracks are a "genuine nuisance on a main street such as Patrick. If these tracks were removed much of the congestion in traffic would be eliminated from this main thoroughfare of Frederick." In Carroll County t Jail Awaiting Trial Walter Dahlgreen, 27-year-old bartender of 4715 Liberty Heights avenue, Baltimore, was in the Carroll county jail m default of $1,000 bond Wednesday awaiting trial on five charges while contemplating a broken day's vacation at Braddock Heights. State Police said he apparently left Baltimore early Wednesday morning with his wife to spend a day at the Heights. In this city they ran into difficulties. Reports show that Dahlgreen ran afoul of the law here and posted $20 collateral en a charge of disturbing tfce peace. Wife Returns Home Dahlgreea's wife didn't approve of her husband's conduct and took a taxicab back to Baltimore Tne bartender apparently headed back to Baltimore, Joo Near Win- fieid, his car got too hot and he stepped to coo! it off. Leslie A. Barnes, near Wmf.eld. reported to State Police at Randallstown shortly before 4 a. in. that » man had been carrying water from their place to a parked car and had fired a gun before taking of! in a flat bottom truck belonging to Barnes. Trooper Patrick Doola-i soon found the truck with Dahlgreen at the wheel and returned it to Barnes. He found that Dahlgreen had apparently fired s-pistol ihot through a can of beer in Dahlgreen's car. He found the pistol and took Dahlgreen to the jail in Westminster. The charges are unauthorized use of the truck, disorderly conduct. carrying a deadly weapon, operating while under the influence of liquor and reckless driving. No date has been set for a hearing. \ i V , . 1 4 Among Six Who Secure Paroles AnntpoUf, July 21 *·)--Six wen wer* paroled from Maryland penal institution* by Governor Lace today. i Their conditional freedom had J been recommended by F. Hurray j Benson. Director of the State Board of Parole and Probation. Among tho*e paroled was William F. Thompson, 26. Frederick countian convicted last October of statutory rape, involving a 12- year-old girl in Frederick. Ke was sentenced to not more thas 13 months in the Reformatory for Males, Records described Thompson as "not criminalistic" and said a proposed farm work program offered hira w "excellent opportunity for complete rehabilitation." Kenneth C. Cremger, 23, of Boonsboro, -wounded Navy veteran, was paroled from the State Reformatory, where he w»i serv- ! ing a one-year sentence imposed ' by Allegany County Court ia March. He was charged in Cumberland wsth forging about $100 in checks, which he said he intended to make good with an expected veteran's disability check. ; An entry ia Creager's parole file said he exhibited a "lack of ' criminal tendencies." An important period in Italian literature began around 1230 when Sicshan poets gathered at the court of Emperor Frederick III. Included among thern were Dante, Petrarch and Boccaccio. Utica Vesper Service To Be Held On Lawii The annual Vesper Service of the Uticm Lutheran Parish will be held on the Imwn of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Utica. on Sun- jday evening at 8 o'clock. Kev. W. iE. Fox, pastor of Zion Lutheran : Church, Middletown, will ehver . the sermon. Several selections will I be sung by the choir of Zioa ' Lutheran Church- la case of un- i favorable weather the service will be held in the church. This service and the parish picnic are held annually to develop Coi/rf News Equity Warren E. Bowers vs Emma J. Bowers, bill of complaint for an absolute divorce. Mildred E. Murphy vs James H. Murphy, bill of complaint for an absolute divorce. Marriage Licenses Kenneth H. Taylor. 20. 408 Petersville road. Brunswick, and Margaret Kokinda. 22, Bronx. N. Y. Howard F. Householder. 33. and Evelyn A. Selby. 35. both of H»-. gerjtown. j Porperty Deeded j John E. Hardy and wife to Ro- | land E. ^ Hardy and wife, county, '· $10. LUlie E. Gladstone to W. Carlos Myers, county, $10. i W. Carlos Myers to Lillie E. ' Gladstone, et al. county. $10. , James T. Hanes and wife to ' § John A. McCatctieoa and -w ife,! ^county. $10. I Annabelle V. Mellot and hus- j band to Bruce A. Houck and wife,' city. $10. John H. Poole to Chester O. Cooper and wife, county. S10. HOUSE WARMING On Sunday. July 18 a surprise house warming was Riven Mrs. Grace O'Hara of 523 X Puiaski street. Baltimore, at her new home at High Point. A basket lunch was served. Swimming was enjoyed. PHILCO RADIOS We have on display the new 1949 Philco Table models with FM and AM reception Console Models FM AM--Radio Phonograph Philco Television--Your Theatre At Home COME IN--SEE THEM--WATCH TELEVISION HOME OWNED MELVIN M. ENGLE HOMK OPERATED ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES B*ck ml P»it Office PhoDe SO Frederick. ML Farm Pumps Installed And Repaired Pipe Fitting CARTER L. REID Pkone Braddock Hgts. 6271 I a closer relationship between the j churches in the work of tb« parish. I T h e parish consists of f o u r i churches: Walkersville. Utica. ' Creagerstown and Bethel. j 1 Tte parish picnic wa* held at! Mt Tabor Park, Rocky Ridge, last j Saturday. In spite of the heavy ] i ram during the afternoon, about j 100 persons were present for th« i 1 evening program. The song leader v,-as Prof. Chas- C. T. StuU. BetheL The Scripture was read and the prayer was offered by the pastor. · Rev. E. Koontz Helwig. A solo was sung by Bliss Ruth Stull. of · Bethel. Two humorous monologues were recited by Mrs. R. Paul Suhr- · AUTO GLASS I N S T A L L E D Frederick Paint Glass Store 33 North Market St. Frederick, Md, man. Utica. Selections were sunn by St. John's choir of Creagerstown. The address was given by Rev. Raymond L. Markley, pastor of the Myersville Lutheran Parish. A series of amusing sound, motion pictures were shown by Luther Horine. Walkersville. Jacob R. Ramsburg and Randolph Stull were in charge of the program and picnic arrangements. WALLACE PLATFORM Philadelphia. July. 21 im--Henry, A. Wallace hit at arrest of Arnen^ can Communist leaders today while his "New Party" platform framersl whipped together a tentative draft calling for public ownership fr£ larger banks, railroads, and tlie- power and gas industries. Say you saw tt ia The COUNTS UK ILL 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 cut with a fork. SNACK AND SOflSr BAR You'll enjoy the True-Brewery Flavor! DONT LIKE JARM WORK Hagerstown. July 21 W)--Two 14-year-old boys who don't \vant to be kept down on the farm are being transferred to another foster home. Police Corp. Charles Mades said John Merback and Donald Norris ran away from a farm home because they didn't like getting up early in the morning to do chores The youngsters were picked up in Cumberland by State Police. Mades said they had been placed in the foster home by the Washington County "Welfare Department, ·which was making arrangements to transfer them to another home. The Arabian occupation of Spain, begining in the 8th centur- left important traces in the language of the people. DR. 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