The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 23, 1948 · Page 8
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July 23, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

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AutosDamaged By Fire Truck A broken spring on the tiller-1 truck of the Citizens^double-jointed fire department hook-and-ladder. \vas blamed for a tr:pleheader collision which caused ail esti-, mated more than Sl.OOO damage to three parked cars ia the 200 block West Patrick siree:. Thursday afternoon about 4 o'clock. No one ·was hurt. According to Kay F Stee'.e, driver of the Citizens company, the hook-and-sadder was returning from a garage \\here a new steering mechanism had just neen in- nailed. Arthur G. S:r:r.e. vice- president of ihe Cmzens fire company was ar the t.l'er. KCAT Spring Brok« Almost in front o£ the Freder.ck Camera Shop. formerly Bnsh Bros.. Steele said a right rear taring of the truck broke, causing a tremendous sag of tne T.Hersnan's seat and wrenching the tiller- wheel out of Stride's hands The t:Uer-iruek smashed the front left fer.der of a car belonging to Don Hihr.er. photographer \vho was :n his place o£ business nearby Continuing o^ a southeasterly slant, the rear truck of the hook- snd-!adder ran into the side o£ a car said, by passenger Clayton E Morgan. 213 Jefferson street, to belong to Douglas Mi-Is. Frederick Mills and Morgan were making purchases in an automobile jobber's place across the street, \\hen the crash came Morgan said the first impact v.as witnessed by him from the doorway of Callan and Cramer's place. 217 West Pa-' trick street; where he stood watch- · iig the east-bound fire apparatus descending .the slight grade. Morgan said Driver Steele had, slowed down to about five miles an hour for a stop light, when the · rear end of the heavy truck went J out of control. According to the eyewitness, the rear truck of the hook-and-ladder. barely grazed the Hiltaer machine parked at the south curb and to j the right of the east-bound appara- ; ius ] The heavy equipment continued ' angling towards the curb and the wheels crashed into the s.de of Mills" parked machine several feet further on. Morgan said the sec- · ond crasb pushed Mills' ear further esst and into the rear of x third automobile belonging to Ralph Shultr, 225 West Patrick street. Front of Shultz's rnacbj"' was swung to a wedge under the front truck of the hook-aiid-ladder before the latter equipment was brought to a dead stop. Mills' car was said to have borne the brunt of the triple collision. The body was stove in on both s-des. fenders \\ere crumpled under the wrecked car. the frame was twisted in the squeeze between the fire apparatus and the curb and drive shaft damaged Frederick fire-apparatus i» fully covered by insurance, a City official said last night Officer George Hoffman of City Police investigated the accident. Police officials said that in view of the alleged cause of the collision, no charges are expected to be filed. GENERAL PAY BOOST Karrisburg. Pa. July 22 3-Governor James H. Duff today ordered a general 10 per cent over- ail pay increase for 52 000 rank- and-file state employes The increase, boosting state esn- ployes" ialar.es. SS 000 000 is effective August 1. Duff said in a statement Uie increase esiabli-he-5 a ne»v minimum case salary of SI 572 for the !owe«t paid state workers, compared \\ ith the former floor of SI 428 GIVEX YEAR TERM Charles Green, colored. Balli- t:more, who was sentenced to ier\e thsrtv days for larceny of icrap metal from a farm near Harney. on Thursday received a one- year House of Correction sentence from Magistrate Raymond L. Benson at Westminster Green was charged with malicious destruction of a farm tractor on tne Unsontown road on May 8. He will start serving the sentence after completing the jail sentence in Westminster. THE DRUID THEATER DAMASCUS. MARYLAND Damascus 2171 FRIDAY. JCt-Y 23RD John Garfield S: Priscllla Lane In "DVST BE MY DESTINY" Also Serial--Tet Granger No. « ShoiTs: 7:15. 9:15 Baltimore Departments Asked To Save Fuutls Baltimore. July 22 V-- Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro today asked his department heads to make all the savings they can the remainder of the year le'st Baltimore face a financial crisis on January 1. The mayor pointed out that municipal departments had a S5.14S 000 surplus last year which has come- in mighty hantix. Vnlei a similar carryover is piled up by December 31. he said, the 52 So tax rate may have to be increased Baltimore s current municipal budget is '83.451 000 aud Ae department heads are expected to ask 312,000000 to 513,000.000 ir.oie next year. Budget oS:cer have e--i::«jied they can trim this b S7 OJJ oOO or ss deo.ooo. The other incrcaiCi a:e t-oiu-ii- ered " musi* --to rasbe the city em- plo e s pay 1:1 £ace of mguer living costs and take care of r» gied'.er school enrollment. "It is my purpose if pos:ble to avoid an increase ;:i the u N. rate ' Mayor D'Alesancro t^ld the d-^p- artment heads One \w\ th:» ej'-i'd be done :s to conserve on expenditures ' I ask you for the balance of the ear not to make an expenditures shat can be deferred "We're facing a situation nev year Shat demands the uln;o: economy." One possibility available to the Board of E«!sr".ates is levying "ew. taxes or increasing the special levies now In force. These include taxes on the utility bills of commercial enterprises, on tobacco and liquor, and on pin ball machines. jCouutiau Receives Suspended Sentence A Frederick county resident received a five-year suspended House of Correction sentence :n Carroll County Circuit Court Thursday morning. Judge James E Boylan. Jr . imposed the sentence on John Preston Barnhart, 21, Emmitiburg Route 2. afrei the youth pleaded guilty to burglary of the resfeence of Jonn E Stephenson. Wes-tiam^ ter Route 5. 0:1 July 10 A charge of larceny was. :tol!e 'pruned by State s Attorney Donald C Spoil- seller. si^ni reported the :heft of four U?:i doiiar buls ::d one J89S o'l s:\le one dollar b.U four dj\s ufter the bcrgUr\. State Trooper Ja:re$ N. Sim::io:is arrested Barn- .:*rt after an investigation It ·A as not disclosed how tne officer Apprehended Barnitart Barnhart. \\ho was arrested on July 15. was tried 0:1 information f:!ed by State's Attorney Sponseller rather than await indictment Police Car Damaged In Collision Near City A Police Departtntnt car was damaged ibout 8 30 p. m . durinjc a headou collision on Baughman's lane just south of the Shookstown pike intersection,-^ S«rgt. D«n Swoniley \va driving the car belonging to the City. Lieut. Frank Oorsey released Francis James Fox. 244 E»st Seventh i.!reet. driver of the second automobile, pending completion of investigation. Swomley said he was some distance from the Shookstown pik* intersection and had braked his car to a full stop, when Fox ran into hsm. Fox turned souui into Baughman's lane, cutting a corner sharply, the sergeant saiS Cars belonging to Gene Etchison. 105 West Thirteenth street and Char!e» Isaac Ballenger. Hamilton. Va. collided at Fourth and Bentz streets about 7'30 p m . on shp- pcr\ v«rce: damaging the t\\o automobiles ',o a total estimated auout S275 BalJerger r.as cited by Officers Rentzell and Burra«. w h o Jnvcstl-1 The News. Frederick, Md., Fri4»y, July 23, 1949 gated for failing to stop at stop ' ' . : . ~ ~~-- Mgn. He ported collateral of $2 SO slrcct when Bal 'e c Ker jomg east for hearing, on a city charge , on Fourth, failed, to yield right of According to the investigation, way to Ihe through-street traffic by Etchison was going north on Bent/ ' skipping the stop sign. Firemen's Carnival NEW MIDWAY T O N I G H T NJNB KEYSTONE PAINTS l\hrn the btst costs so littlr why compromise on iu»ll:\T Complete Uae exterior, interior finishes. XICODEMUS Paint Store 30 NORTH COURT ST. cour G R I L L DRrtD 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 SODA BAR Watches Diamonds Jewelry and Silverware Doll's Jewelry Store 9 SOUTH MARKET ST. FREDERICK. MD. SOD Good ... that it's the ONLY Maryland Beer sold from Coast- Cole's Jewelry Trade in your old uatch for new or recondition watches. All Makes Of Watches And Clocks Repaired WE BUY SELL 323 NORTH .MARKET ST. MODERX I'll \ i m \ \ Successor To Pcarre's Drug Store Drug A Prescription Service TELEPHONE 208 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 COIE IX--SEE THEM--WATCH TELEVISION HOME OWNED MELVIN M. ENGLE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Back of Post Office Phone 80 Frederick. Md. HOME OWNERS · COMFORT · CONVENIENCE · FUEL SAVINGS YOU GET ALL 3 WHEX YOU INSTALL C H A M B E R L I N COMBIXATIOX ALUMINUM STORM SASH BLOWN ROCK WOOL INSULATION' METAL WEATHERSTRtPPING PH. FRED. 1409 OR BRUNS. 3311 Brewed and Bottled by The National Brewing Co. of Baltimore in Maryland WOW / WHAT A FIGURE / SHE LOOKS UKE A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR. MISS AMERICA.' THAT* OUR. DAUGHTER.JEAN. SHE'S MARRIED AMO HAS TWO fine CHILDREN AND ... WHILE SHE IOO1C5 LIKE A GLAMOUR-GAL, SHE'S A VEfcf COMPETEMT LITTLE HOME-MAK-Eft..' SHE BUYS HER. GROCERIES KT JOHNNYS MARKET WHICH-..I'D SAY PROVES SHE'S A SMART YOUNG LADY//" COLOXTAL Sliced Bacon 63 Watermelons . . «-* 49- Tender P8g Liver *· 40^ : Cantaloupes . . -*1 5 Lean Ground Beef ^ 62 I Cucumbers . . 5*25* HOME GROWN FANCY Nucoa Margarine "-41* SHcingTomatoes 2* 25 Big Dime Bleach 3 ^ 25 Lge, Box Rinso °-- 34 White Squash 4 ^ 1 9 46-OZ. CAN Calif. Lemons 29 Grapefruit Juice 2 *. 35^ Ib. 10 All Flavors Jello 3 '°22c Dry Onions . . 3 19 "nT~/^ T n mr T TTS "^ TWO-PIECE LID Mason Quart Jars 69 Florida Oranges 35 Waldorf Tissue 3 ·* 29 Sweet Corn doz. 59 DHNNYS MARKET 630 NORTH MARKET * H . * u VETS- LEARN - NON-VETS Air Conditioning! Refrigeration! Electricity! Maryland's Oldest and Proven Refrigeration School Air Condilionin^-Refrig-eration 32 wks. Practical Electricity 16 wks. ENROLL NOW NEW CLASSES START AUGUST 9, 1948 Non-Veterans may pay in small monthly paymenU Mr-. Mori Frame will be at- the Francis Scott Key Hotel July 23rd and July 24th From 8:00 A. M. to 8 P. M. for information aud registration of students. FRAME REFRIGERATION ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE 1230 EAST BALTIMORE STREET Baltimore 2. Md. Br. 0626 Worth While For AH of us look forward to Vacation Time, one of the bright spots in the year. A trip to the National Parks, or a week at the beach is well worth waiting for. Make your vacation trip a good one with American Express Travelers Cheques. So convenient to use; no lost money worries, and very economical to buy. American Express Travelers Cheques for sale at this bank. Frederick County National Bank OF FREDERICK NO. 1 NORTH MARKET STREET Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation I EATfKIXU "Chuckle" Happy Johnny Ferris Wheel. Kiddie Hides. KIN GO -- the best stock of prices seen an\\\here. Fun! Fun! GOOD COUNTRY EATS. HAM S \.\mMCHES. HAMBURGERS. HOT DOCS. Bring the f-iimlv and «-nJt\ 211 «\enui£ of fun and frolic Don't forcet the new 19-19 Ford w i l l jo Saturday evening. KRI- K I' \ K K I N G SOLID-PACKED J£1J , F U L L P I N T 25X CORN BORER and JAPANESE BEETLE CONTROL JAMES W. A l p p l A MET AUSTIN D. CARMACK eociAViiJ^ TROliT Phone 232-J J^ [* K A · I N G ph ° nc 5S4-J Using small, specially equipped airplanes which spray at slower speeds to assure more efficient coverage at lower cost. Price '2.75 per acre Uin(t only Insecticides manufactured by DUPONT. SAM MILLER'S Army Surplus Store 33 35 South Mtrket Strett Genuine Army Shoes and Clothing ALL. SIZES Ideal For Farmers And Working Men COMBAT SHOES, COVERALLS, T-SHIRTS, COMBAT PANTS, RAINCOATS, BELTS, SLEEPING BAGS, PUPTENTS, SOCKS, ARMY KHAKI PANTS SHIRTS, WORK GLOVES. New Work Shoes and Slippers NEW POLICE AND MOTORMAN'S SHOES MARINE, ARMY AND NAVY SLIPPERS NEW Khaks Pants and Shirts WARNER Bros. Cool IIVOLI T O M O R R O W ONE DAY ONLY "I NEVER KISS SINGLE WOMEN ...ttey're til eager to pt lamed!" TODAY -- CONTINUOUS 1 TO 11 P. M. You need more then kx* to \ ' get by m \ Shangiwi." \ j HAYWORTH-WELUS SUH»IIT at ^»Kt». t? Orsoa WEILES [TODAY ANI TOMORROW /· WARMER BROS I" iVITY OPERA HOUSt JOHNNY MACK TRIGGER MAN" Also Chapter 10 "BRICK BRADFORD" FREDERICK "SPEED TO SPARE 1 .11 TO «.I ASS I X S T A L L E D Frederick Paint Glass Store J33 North Market St.. Frederick, Md. COM INC SATURDAY To The Frederick Winchester Hall E. ( hurrli'st. trrdrrirk. Md. _S_at.Jkil\i24th WILBUR LAWTON : GCEST SPEAKER Mr Lawton has ben a successful pastor for many years, and is now j devoting his entire time to Bible , conference and evangelistic \vork I You'll enjoy his timely message j and profit by his able exposition j of the WORD ! Young people, if you aren't using ! your talent to glorify the Lord, then come and join with us each Saturday night. LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE I and. t'tirn big \ Finest training in ; all phases of Bcau- [ ty Culture. Day or I j evening- classrs. Individual instruction. SPECIAL LOW RATES Enrollment Fee APPROVED FOR VETS L'ndcr G. 1. Bill of RicJit NEW SUMMER CLASSES NOW FORMING fj 00 Enrollment Fee Approved for C. S. Trajnin; Tor Information Phone Frederick 478-R Or Write Frederick Beauty School, Inc. 12 S. Market St., Fred'ick. Md. Robert E Lee Hotel Bidg. QUICK-FROZEN FOODS are giving awcy hundreds cf WEAR-EV1R THE\TRE TODAY ONLY TUth RICHARD ARLEX (FIRST R V V IV F R F D F R I C K ) PRESSURE COOKERS , It's easy to Win! G«t information from your Grocer F R E D E R I C K PRODUCE CO. iv c. Wholesale Distributor 1EWSP4PERS IFWSPA.PFJ

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