The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 8, 1967 · Page 11
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 11

Frederick, Maryland
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Friday, September 8, 1967
Page 11
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THK NK\VS, Frederick, Maryland Friday. September X, 1967 Mull SllHVrs Staple - st ^ k ^un wound of the arm. ' * , , ... * State Police Thursday said Wound 111 I l l s A r i l l Thomas B Slifer Jr., 24 of West Patrick Street, was treated and A Frederick man was treated u-leased from the hospital fol- · t Frederick Memorial Hospital , , w m n .he -iccident about 3'45 Wednesday alter noon for a ; m Page !M I i Police said Slifer, an em- 1 ploye of Mercury Enterprises Inc.. Buckeystown, was injured \.hile at work The staple gun, being held hy Gary KHpp of Frederick, discharged and lodged a two- inch staple into Slifer's right arm. The BIG WAYNE LOAN PLAN S I \ M ) S FOR D I F F E R E N T I n d i v i d u a l i s t i c problem-solving' (few company rules) Free and ample p a r k i n g Customer-timed hours (Open Monday Friday Nites) IJt'e and pa\ ment-protection insurance Courageous Victim ( Tells Of Robbery SEATTLE, Wash. ( A P ) -Miss Ann Mari e Davenport, 20, a red-haired practical nurse, was walking home from St. Francis Xavier Cabrini Hospital when it happened. She was only a block from her home. Half a dozen people were close by and countless motorists were passing, despite the midnight hour. Then there was this young, muscular-looking youth, about 20, she explained Thursday. "He was walking unusually close to the side of the building-- the side my purse was on. He walked past me. Then I heard foodsteps behind me. "He knocked me over the curb and I fell in the street with my purse underneath me. "I screamed. The people all turned around. But they just stood there looking. "He screamed: 'Gimme the purse 1 You better gimme the purse!" "He kicked me in the side and then in the stomach, trying *o wrest the purse away from me. I kept yelling I didn't have any money, hoping he would give up. ''Even after he ran away, the people just stood there and watched They didn't do anything They didn't even ask me if I was hurt. They .ust turnad and walked away. "They were like so many animals watching the survival of the fittest. If you don't make it, it's just too bad. "I went home and called the police. The police just shrugged their shoulders when I told them. They said: 'You can't expect people to help you anymore.' " . Anyway, Miss Davenport still had her purse. Canada Needs No Help With Trouble: Martin OTTAWA ( A P -- Canada will solve its national unity problems without foreign intervention, Foreign Minister Paul Martin said Wednesday night in reply to French President Charles de Gaulle's encouragement of Quebec separatists. Speaking to about 1,000 diplomats, goverment officials and businessmen at the opening of a new hotel, Martin said all Canadians, whether of French, British or other origin, "are going to create a Canadian community." But Canada never was and does not intend to become a melting pot of nationalities, like the United States, he added in deference to the desire of French Canadians to preserve their culture and traditions. Teachers' Strikes Close Schools For 600,000 Youngsters By The Assoc »ted Press | Classes have been postponed for more than 600,000 youngsters as several of the nation's school systems have closed because of teacher salary di, pules. The number could increase to more than two million by next week. 'Detroit School Supt Norman Drachler put off indefinitely ..o- day's scheduled school opening for 300,000 youngsters. In New York a deadlock continued toward a Monday deadline. Michigan was the hardest hit of the states, with almost a half- million youngsters in some 17 districts on extended vacations "until further notice " Teachi'-.s picketed in some Michigan cu- 'es. In New York the Board of Education accepted a proposal ' Mayor John V Lindsay's m-j- In a telegram to the United diation panel for a two-year, Federation of Teachers »e $125-million contract between the teachers board. union and the " U1IU { membersh.p *· vote on the proposal. HOLLAND - AMERICA LINE Proudly Presents "THE 1967 CARIBBEAN ADVENTURE CRUISE-TOUR" PERSONALLY ESCORTED BY PETER OE BRUIN Aboard Tn« World Cruist Lintr "SS ROTTERDAM" Group From Frederick. Wash.. Balto. November 11 To November 20, 1967 Visiting B K R M I D A . ST. M A R T I N . ST. THOMAS AND SAN J f A N . Pl'KRTO RICO Inclushe Price $.'5s7 S A F E T Y INFO The S S Rotterdam registered in the Netherlands substantially meeti international safety standards for new ships developed in mo. BOYER TRAVEL AGENCY 26 South Market St. 663-4155 PAYMINT fXAMFLIS Cath I McnHily Payment* ftr ttr Y«g It M«, j 24 M*. I « M«. . . . SZ2.P $ HM I ' «.« »M.«T nrar f--SMJ IM.M P«ym«nt ncliMtt Prlncwtl and Infer- Mt. ertrfe'«H0t» CM! for PHONE 6 6 2 - 8 1 8 1 PATRICK SHOPPING CENTER Red China Attacks Sato's Formosa Trip TAIPEI. Formosa ( A P ) Japanese Prime Minister Eisaku Sato arrived in Taipei today for a 44-hour goodwill visit branded by Peking as a hostile act against Sed China. There were fears in Tokyo that Red China retaliate by restricting trade relations 'vlth Japan. Some Japanese newspapers cautioned Sato not to ^ive the impression that Japan wa^ joining the anti-Communist campaign against Peking. SQUARE- /(,'v, uisc fusion i / ' i t ' t ' s c o r i n g tl,r mlnicst t.iinis or lillouicst punts and jutting cut from wider all manner of luckle, button, and bow , . .· H'i heels os blunt as toes. SHEO3BES 20 North Market St vim PJii!, .oK-sSKfi" DEPARTMENT STORES Woolco's 1 st Anniversary GIANT PAPER PLATE TOSS SATURDAY 1,000 FREE GIFTS FREE »LUNCHES FREE RECORDS FREE CANDY That's right, folks. Tomorrow morning at 9 A.M. Woo/co will toss 1000 paper plates off our rooftop to the crowd below. Each plate is worth a valuable prize including: FREE LUNCHES RADIOS FREE GREASE JOB · RECORDS · APPLIANCES · DONUTS · COSMETIC ITEMS · CANDY · MANY MORE Nothing to buy! Nothing to do! Except be here at 9 o'clock and catch a plate! Join The Fun at Woo/co During Our FIRST ANNIVERSARY Plates Must Be Redeemed Saturday Before Store Closes Frederick Shopping Center '·SFAFER West 7th Street at Srhle V % e . Shop Mon. t h r u S a t , 10 V . M . To »::?0 P.M. .'SPAPERf

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