The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 24, 1948 · Page 3
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Frederick, Maryland
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Saturday, July 24, 1948
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News Group Gets Preview Of Soil Conservation Field Day f of new fence will be constructed, j most of which will be contour! j fencing between crop land and ( pasture land. | 5W Volunteer Workmen I In addition, the Department of U. N. Bomber Surrenders Members of th* Maryland Press Association and officials of the University of Maryland' Extension **«rvice were given a preview on Friday of vrbat is planned for the Maryland Conservation Field Day, to be held August 18. on the farm -of. Mrs. Nellie V. Thrasher, near Jefferson. Guests of tfce Field Day Committee at a luncheon at the Francis Scott Key Hotel, the visitors were first "briefed" on the scope of the farm face-lifting project and then ·taken by Blue Ridge bus to the Thrasher farm to receive an on-the-spot explanation of the development series by the chairmen of three principal groups. The partv then proceeded to the farm of Edward F. Holier, near Middletown, where soil conservation has been practiced for years, after Sirhicfe they were guests of Philip jt TFinebrenef, Iocs! committee zcember. at the Country Club. Speakers Introduced Presiding at the luncheon Edward M. Ri I specialist of the University's Ex" tension Service, v.-ho introduced 'the speakers. All remarks were necessarily brief at the one o'clock luncheon, and virtually all confined to the necessity for conservation with respect to nat resources. Those who spoke included Mr. Holter. State Pomona Grange Master, who- conceived the project for this section; Holmes D. Baker. State nresident of md , Newsmen Introduced Ashby B. Land, of Baltimore.! · executive secretary of the Mary- j ! land Press Association, composed j ! of weekly newspapers, introduced . '. the following members present: Dan · · M. Tabler. Record-Observer, Cent- j ' erviile; Miss Jane Day. Capital Ga': zette. Annapolis: Mr. and Mrs. . '. Ralph Hostetter. Cecil Whig. Elk- j ton; John M. McCormick and Ross! ' Weston. The Times. Westminster: i i Cecil R. Martin and George C. jRhoderick Jr., Valley Register,' ! Middletown. · Prior to leaving the Thrasher ; fsrm, Lawrence H. Crickenberger. , general manager of the project. · explained the itinerary, and after arrival of the group on the site ' gave a cursory outline of the proposed general operations. : Inspect Farm ! The group was taken to various 5 sections of the farm, and diver\ gent details of the project outlined ; by Mr. Bowers, Mr. IngUng and : Mr. Willard. j The visiting officials and news; men were to!d that beginning at ; 9 a. m., August 18. lot Mrs. c c e v a o n TM j - efs £our io £ve years to " 52 ; This »s the project outline: j There will be -l.DOO feet of diversion terraces constructed: State Forests and Parks, together i with the Extension Forestry Service, will show different forestry practices including tree planting. ' selective cutting and the latest type of sawmill equipment, and have on display the most modern , equipment for control of forest fires. The Maryland Inland Game · and Fish Commission will establish ' a wild-life area and show wild-life planting. A 22-cow dairy barn will , be constructed, the lower story to be built of cement faiock prior to the Field Day. and the upper story a 36x43 Quonset. to be erected en that day. Considerable work will be done around the house, build- " ings and grounds by way of repair, painting, drainage, landscaping. · tree surgery, etc. To accomplish ail this work in the allotted time, namely from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.. will require approximately 500 workers; 50 tractiors: 11 grain drills: 13 lime so\vei ; ' nine bush and bog harrows; four ; disc tillers; four spring-tooth har- j rows; two whirlwind terracers: 10 S post-hole diggers: 11 lime spreader · trucks; 12 i : i-ton trucks. In · heavy equipment "it will require ; 15 bulldozers, three motor patrols i and four large pans or carryalls. : Adequate directional signs, traf- · fie control and parking facilities ' for 12.000 cars, food and beverage · concessions, comfort stations, pub- · lie telephones and first aid stations · will be provided for the conven- ; ience of all persons attending the event. New Haver.. Coan., July 23 (-The ex-Army - flier who dropped j a missile near United Nations . headquarters surrendered today i and said he was anxious to return j to Lake Success to "finish my '. tight for world peace." j With the same dramatic suddenness with which he appeared over Lake Success yesterday, the 36-: year-old Ashford, Conn., flier. Ste- ' - phen J. Supina walked into the · newsroom of the New Haven Reg- · ister. identified himself and sug- . gested that he be turned over to . " the police. . ; Supina produced his pilot's lic-! ense to identify himself ty the ; skeptical and startled Register. . men. Later. Detective Captain Ray! mond J. Ea?~n said there was no question that the Register's visi- , tor was the flier who dived at the U. X. headquarters and loosed the missile which exploded harmlessly , in mid-air. , Worried About Conditions - Supina. relatives reported, had , been worried about a new war. To members of the Register . staff. City Editor Charles T. McQueeney said. Supina asserted he . had dropped the missile to "make ,. them here and abroad look to the - United Nations for lasting peace." T w o New Haven detectives, summoned by McQuecney at Supina's suggestion, picked up the " Hier and took him to headquarters. There he was booked on a charge , of being a fugitive. Captain Eagan sz : d S u p i n a : had quickly agreed to waive ex- tradition. In New York. Inspector Stuyvesant Pinnell. chief of Nassau county detectives, said the flier would be taken to New York tomorrow to face a charge of illegally possessing explosi"es likely to cauie injuries. Welcomed Arrest Supina. who fought in World \Yar H as a B-17 turret gunner, j was coatless when he walked into the Register building. The flier related that after land- j ing the plane at La Guardia Field, j he stayed nearby for about an I hour expecting to be picked up. · When he remained unmolested. | he said, he boarded a bus in New ; York for Hartford where he spent , the night in a hotel. ! Supina said he was on his way : back to New York to surrender · when lack of funds forced him to . stop in New Haven. ; Before Supina gave himself up. · Nassau county police announced ; that besides the missile. Supina J had dropped a plea for peace near ' the U. N. headquarters. The plea. ! said Captain H. M. Demott, was . written on Supina's Army discharge papers. The text of the plea, written in red ink and enclosed in an envelope addressed to the U. N. General Assembly, was not disclosed. The News, Frederick. Md.. Saturday, July 21. 194* TBJUEJi CAB FIRE DOl'SED Combined efforts of Trooper Mel- viti Snyder and the Independent county fire-engine crew, extinguished a slight blare in the brake linings of a local taxicab. driven by Cainder Rarnsburg. Jr.. at the Israel Cieek bridge. Route 2«, shortly before midnight. Friday The State trooper radioed, for the fire truck after h:s efforts at beating out the smo;der:«s brake bsnds with weeds. fa: ! .ed. Firemen completely subdued the small blaze with chemicals upon arrival. Damage was negligible. Leg Of Former Local Man Is Amputated ' Leslie C. Harne. formerly of this \ i city and who, had his left arm; I amputated after being badly burn- I ] ed by electricity five weeks ago i i near Wilmington. Delaware, has · also had his right !cg amputated.' relatives here were advised Fri- day. His condition was critical last · week, when relatives were called U the hospital, but he rallied sufficiently to permit the additional u:::putu!ion. The hospital described his condition Friday as good as can be expected. . Mr. Hariie wa«= burned bv heavy voltage while working on a power line. He formerly was employed here by the Potomac Edison Company. POLIO IN DELAWARE' Wilmington. De!.. July 23 The number of Delaware's infantile paralysis swelled to 30 today, an increase of three over yesterday. Ail are patient? at the Wilmington General Hospi'.al. Two persons have died of the disease this year. some gully sloping in addition to SS j The U. S. food industry filled j about 20 billion cans in 1947. of Commerce. Introduced were berg, general ciiairman for event: Mehrl H. Hasnsburg. p--=*- , ... dent of the Frederick County Farm : | Dermanent past ure will receive · -|. reatment ^ ^ fertili2er . 92 { the and ound lirnestone - , Ued A d of dent of the Frederick County £ arm j imatelv one acre wi!1 be cons . | Bureau; CoL Winebrener. member, - fences will! of the publicity committee: Carl R- -j Je Ingling. District Conservationist j f and chairman- of the -Farm Selec- | tion Committee; Nevin S. Baker. | the committee treasurer: R- E. j Delaplaine, Elmer -I. Eshleman. | : ~Merrirt Lockwood.' Ed Hartmann j "and WaiiamvE: Hardy, of the-pub-| licity committee; John P. -Trim- · mer. Annapolis,-.- elirectar,--. State | DepartmenVof. Informations Arthur j E. Durfee.GoUege ; ;Parkjr : as5isiant ] extension " editor;".;·^Jniversity-\" · of | Maryland: CharW'F. Bowers, and i Roger H. Willard. chairmen of the j »" committees supervising operations j on the house,' buildings," grounds J and facilities: - - - " " " j old · mside fences and nea rly 600 rods DR. WALTER SNOW OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined -- Glasses Fitted 41 North Market St. Phone 835 NEW L U M B E R Sawed to order Also 2x4. 2x$. 2x8 Boards Odd Lots ;:. Price FORD CAR Phone Frederick 723-M E L E C T R I C A L W I R I N G Residential. Commercial and Industrial FIXTURES OF ALL TYPES AND REPAIR WORK HARRY TINNEY 12 Hamilton Ave. Phone 1601 HOME OWNERS · COMFORT · CONVENIENCE · FUEL SAVINGS YOU GET ALL 3 WHEN VOl' INSTALL C H A M B E R L I N COMBINATION ALTMINTM STORM SASH BLOWN KOCK WOOL INSULATION METAL WKATIIERSTKirPlNG PH. FRED. 1109 OR BRUNS. 3311 Farm Pumps Installed And Repaired Pipe Fitting CARTER L. REID Phone Braddock llgis. C271 CASE MACHINERY Rubber-tired Wagons BUSH BOG DISK HARROWS Tractor Plows SAM MVLKEV ELEVATORS Any Length From 24' to 4S' BAKER'S 252 West Patrick St. Phone 1423 BETTER HOMES, Inc. Hagerstown, Md. ' Johns-Manville "BLOWN" ROCK WOOL HOME INSULATION . , FOR SALE MODERN HOME On Exceptionally, Well Flapped '" 'Large Xot West:Side Jefferson BonleT«Td BRADBOCK HEIGHTS^ on. HEAT IflstiIateS=i.S form ~ Windows-- -Screens BUS SERVICE Call Braddock Heights 3852 For Appointment To Inspect RALPH CRANE :--;:-£·- .-^Exclusive Agent KEX-MY ElECTMC FAN 10"eKiiIaKng fan. Chro- miom-ploled blade*. 55 tPM LIONS CLUB FAIR UNION BRIDGE, MD. Talent August 9 to August 14, 1943 GRAND PRIZES 1st -- §50.00 2nd--$25.00 3rd--$15.00 4th--S10.00 5th--$ 5.00 Write to Byron- E. Hartzler, Xew Windsor, Md., prior to July 31st for Audition- REX-ftAY BiCTWC FAN 8-inch ifoSionery fen. CKrame-plafed blcdci. s.r»..,4W Lggqnsam CAPE COB.MAIN I GAUQN JUS Keeps food and liquid* hof er cold, lightweight Picnic Jug . . WILLIAMSON'S DRUG STORE Are Yoirlnterested Iii Advancement?Opportunities NOTV Exist FOR DEPARTMENT MANAGERS in Frederick Store Responsible positions now available to those who can qualify for Soft Line Merchandise Depts. Top Salaries and Commissions, Paid Vacations, Profit-Sharing Plan. Hospitalizatipn and Group Insurance Plans, Illness, Allowances, Good Possibilities of Promotion. MALE OR FEMALE Apply In Person To: *MR. BOWLTJS SEARS-ROEBUCK AND CO. 12 W. Patrick St. FREDERICK, MD. Frederick! Thrift begins in your home town. Every dollar you spend here helps our schools, our churches,... your neighbor. And what is good for our community is good for you. Help keep Frederick a good place in which to live and do business by buying and banking... at home. THE FARMERS MECHANICS NATIONAL BANK FREDERICK. MD. OLIVER II TO REMEDY A LEAKY ROOF THE NEED IS FOR SPEED «*it LASTING RESULTS N U R O O F AMERICA'S No. 1 ROOF COATING A waterproofed roof in one application--applied by unskilled labor and guaranteed to give service and satisfaction. Use : . : NURQOF, the outstanding roof coating for industrial plants and individuals. H. C. 'SUMMERS CO., Jefferson, Md., Phone Frederick 276-J-2 ENSOR HARDWARE CO., New Windsor, Md., Phone New Windsor 20 MERCER JONES SON, Dickerson, Md., Phone Buckeystown 40-F-13. A New Model of a Famous Tractor Oliver begins its second century with the introduction of a new fleet of quality farm tractors--including the new 2-3 plow '77", a tractor with advanced farm features that make field work faster and more efficient than ever. The smooth, brisk valve-in-head engine of the *77" is a. six--and you have a choice of three types for the fuel you prefer: high compression for gasoline, "KD" for tractor fuels, and a dicscl that will be available later. The "77" will set a new performance mark in the operation of power take-off machines with its direct drive unit ... a new economy record with its 6-forward-speed transmission in the Oil Miser case. Fuel Miser governor, and the basic interchangeability of Olivers full line of tractor-mounted tools with all other new Row Crop models. Wheels on Row Crop models are interchangeable, too--with a choice of cast iron or stamped steel. One of the models in the new Oliver fleet is sure to fit your acreage and farming practices. Available in Row Crop, Standard, Row Crop with Adjustable Front Axle or Single Front Wheel. Drop in next time you're in town. FREDERICK IMPLEMENT CENTER, Inc. 510 W. PATRICK ST. Phone 232I-W, Frederick, CORN BORER and JAPANESE BEETLE CONTROL JAMES W. A I DPI A MT AUSTIN D. CARMACK Want Extra CASH in a i j l ' l i R V ? Jnst I'hone ^, S J | Furnish u^ with a few : simple facts--tell us how ! tnuoh to set aside for you. 1 The mon?y most likely,. . will In 1 ready for you by J»s : the urn- 1 it win take you ^jj : to reach our oflicc. 1 §25.00 to $300.00 LINCOLN IDS IV Patrick St. rbon* 1Z7 Phone 232-J O f~ TCM I I H \JI Phone 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 TJsinf only Insecticides manufactured by DUPOXT. SPRAY PAINTING with Maintenance Repairs where needed BY CONTRACT We use only the best quality paints and the largest, most modern spray equipment__. in Western Maryland. SKILLED, E X P E R I E N C E D MEN 6 MONTHS SUPPLY of Soap Powders with the purchase of every WASHING MACHINE · Norge · Automatic · Blackstone · Launderall Storm Shipley THE BOSS CORNER Market £ Second Stx. Phone 2M ROOF C O A T I N G trlth FLINTKOTE NU-STATIC "the best bituminous roofing material matin""* SPRAYED ON COLD with 50 Ibs. Air Pressure, driving into cracks, crevfces and holes. NU-STATIC has these advantages: . . . . Fire-resistant . . . . Will not run in heat . . . . Will not crack in cold . . . . Will not "alligator' . . . . Lasts longer Can be applied to Built-up? Paper or Metal Roof . . . . Fast . . . . Clean . . . . No Fire Hazard (put on cold) CONTRACT PRICE BROSIUS ENG. SUPPLY 'losp'iaye'i MK» Every Spraying Need^-Euy to Ui»-- Lishr Weish:--Po»«iul--Simple Comtmc- lion--Non-ClosEinc. i The Airoipuycr iul no unk. Jun place the hose in the »przv sols:ion. operste (b* hind-siee^e and you detelop over 20O pound* pressure, r^on-cloggine. nozzle has fire diffcf~ : ent settiacs. one of tthich ^iH throw xbc p."iy 35 feet. VC'eichud suction end contain inti screen keeps hose submerged and Xftcuv sotu::on. Easii; cleaned. Can alto be ctcd for »hire*3ihinp. crtosotine;. jprayins gardens, shrubs, trees, iaiss and R.sfu- ins tru!i fires. EVERY POULTRY RAJSER AND FARMER SHOL'LD HAVE ONE. MARYLAND CHICK HATCHttRY 100 WEST SOUTH ST. Frederick. Md. Phone 439 BIDCHE BANTERS - B Y if v DON'T BE AIA23SD SHE'S AL1WY5 TH H[C HEAP Off BABY CHICKS Top Quality CHICKS WU! be needed this year to meet increased production costs Pro- -iucine Good Chicks is Our Busin --S5 Marvland - U S Approved Pulloruir!" Passed Hatchery. Latest Piicei. TURKEY POULTS Broad breasted Bronze and White Holland Write lor Catalogue JU»* 4 West Church St. Phone 2310 CHICK HATCHER* 'SPAPERf NEWSPAPER!

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