The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 26, 1948 · Page 3
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 3

Frederick, Maryland
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Monday, July 26, 1948
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New Moves In Berlin Mapped 'sadcr Lewis Douglas from London. ] Ambassador W. Bedell Smith from ·** Moscow, and Charles Bohlen. the AlTUOrt 'Apprehended C«.»*A T"»£ir%ri»-t»vi«»M*"e t?*1e«l9n *»V!-W»»-t j ** MT MT Alderman William B. BuraU's in- i terest in Frederick's airport caused Clay said the conference was held ! a police investigation Sunday even- Ravlin »f-rT»«» r»f H i e illness HP , :^.n* State Department's Russian expert. left for the British capital. ! Another Conference Seen The A'derman and his spouse Hii- BY WES GALLAGHER . - , ,.- ,, « Berlin, July 25 ',·?--America's ' in Berlin because of his illness. He top advisors on Russia and Germany'is suffering from a lame back and _ _ _ _ -- ^ 5eet in this blockaded city tonight f necSc which make it difficult for , were m Washington Sunday. The to mao new moves in the Berlin him to move ^ visited the National Airport there. crisis which seemed certain to re- s There was speculation in Berlin suit in a new big four conference, today that a new big four Foreign Reports which could not be con- Ministers' conference, or perhaps .'firmed by official sources said Presi- even a meeting of President Tru- Trujnaa, together with the raan and Prime Minister Stalin. might be arranged in an effort to end the Berlin crisis. tdent ichiefs of state for Britain and ^France, were planning a direct ap- roach to Prime Minister Stalin Gen. Lucius D Clay, U. S Mtli- ftarv Governor for Germany i«ho Must returned from Y.'ashmgton. m- * J: --ted there had been Berlin The meeting of high-ranking U. S. officials in Russian-blockaded Berlin touched off the reports There was no ofticial comment on Idicated there had been a shift in the them. IL". S. position on the Berlin issue ^bringing it into line with the British { and French position^ t Willing To Negotiate » He said the V. S is prepared to .negotiate on 'all of Germany" but '"not under duress." By duress he re- . For purposes of comparison"' response was an equine gigyle. ' Aayhow. while returning home 'via the Baltimore pike, the Alderman decided to veer from the road to the site of the Frederick airport, i adjacent a short distance to the ly hied himself to a telephone and' notified Police Headquarters. j In lei-s time than it takes to write j this, two police cruisers converged ' on the field With them were Lt.' Frank Dorsey and Officer Martin Kanode Identity \\as quickly established There was no arrest. Alderman Burall later said his unofficial inspection would be con- Mderably broadened when he joins the ?layer and his fellow Aider- men 111 an official inspection :?chei- uled for this afternoon. Puerto Rico was discovered by Coiurabus in 1493. Wife Dies "After She Picks Husband's Casket Mrv. Blanche Rebecca Harvey. 3508 Cooluige avenue. Baltimore. \\cnt to the Barber Funcial Home at Laytciisville on Saturday to select a ca^ktt for her husband. Charles E Harvey. \\ho died ol complications early Saturday morning, aged tC \t-ai^ Mrs. Harvey returned to her home, vas stricken ill \\ith a cardiac condition and her death occurred Sunday morning at two o'clock Bjta \\ill be buried at a double funeral service at the funeral horre on Tuesday after- noon at two o'clock, daylight time, and both will be minted m Salem cemetery. Brookevillc. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey aie survived by one daughter. Mrs Lucy Lee Ste\\art. of Baltimore Mi. Harvey is also survived by a victor. Miss Lucy L. Harvev. of Baltimore | Surviving Mr» Harvey, who was aged 66 ears. are also three The New*. Frederick. Md.. Monday. July 26. 194S brothers and a sister as follows- Ru'-sell Spt-ck. Salisbury; Luther Speck. Middletown: Howard Speck. Washington, and Mi««i Mary C j Speck, of Olney. She was a I daughter of the late Samuel and 1 Sarah Speck, of Frederick county ' Roy W. Barber is the funeral director. north. The watchman on duty there-there's a lot of equipment on the airfield--perceived Alderman Burall, but the Alderman didn t see the Clay told newsmen he had dis- wa t c hmau. cussed in Washington all phases of , of "course he didn't. When the the Berlin situation and that he and u . atc hman «saw unidentified penons Bohlen had ailed in Smith and Douglas on the official attitude in Washington Asked if there had been any dis- conung onto the airfield, he qu:c'-v- THEY LIVE r-dors." willingness to negotiate on Berlin to ^tiiii. Clsy replied" ^only. , "The planes will continue *o fly j Following today's meeting of top- OQ malter v .; 12t hcppens in the cor- ?rank American diplomats from 'Washington. Moscow and London, 'Clay told a press conference iI_The U. S. has · expressed noth- ig but \Mlhngness to participate ,in discussions on German prob- jlems, but jior under duress.' , 2--^That he thought the Russians thad syt committed ther»-se!ves so ifar ^iat they could not liit the Ber- "lin land blockade 3--That Allied planes will continue to sly supplies to Berlin "no I matter what happens in the (air) COMMERCIAL BUILDING-FOR SALE Corner property located on? block from center of City. Building includes large storeroom. 3 modern apartment--, one aijilable for immediate oecupancx. Large warehouse S. 5!;es included in sale- Now bringing fine return on investment. Call for further information on this desirable proper!}-. M. D. HARP AGENCY Pythian Castle Building Gordon W. Spurrier, Broker Phone 729 Hovtard S. Fink. Sep. WHY BE FAT Get slimmer withouTefief/ng FOREVER nds sivd hai. KS--- *- ' corridors 5 4--That the U. 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