The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 26, 1948 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
July 26, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Frederick, Maryland
Issue Date:
Monday, July 26, 1948
Page:
Page 8
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 8 article text (OCR)

·VH* »wm Frederick. MA., Mon4»r. July »«. IMS Third Party Puts Blame On U. S., Russia Convention Halt Philadelphia, July ±5 .jp--America's boisterous new- Progressive Party wound up its convention tonight by boosting Henry Wallace on to at platform that says Russia and the United States share "joint responsibility"* for avoiding viar. The newly created, newly named party ended its convention as it began--on a note of song -Great Day The People March- jug'' delegates chanted and two o£ them danced oa the stage The convention V lengtny Sunday session added a few planks to the platform and picked permanent eff'cers for the patty For its Presidential candidate the party has Kenr A Wallace Its Vice Presidential nominee i^ Senator Glen Taylor of Idaho The two accepted in speeches Jat Then ;oda. delegate:- piled back iiuo Convention Hall to acopt a 7 000-word platforrr- By the tjrne they fsrushed th« rhore, a count showed onlv 351 of ;ome 3 240 delegates and alternate;, -till on the floor And 1-1 she sal- leries 1ST onlookers tayed w i t h them. The delegates nailed into the platform a statement that "Although we are critical of tt*e foreign policy of the United States, it is not our intension to give blanket endorsement to the foreign policy of any nation." There was a lone hot fight before the amendment went so she waste basket. The convention wa in it final session, trying to erect in final form the platform on \\hich Wallace will stand as its Presidential candidate. James Kayford of 'Wesuburke. V t . started the *-crap over whether the convention hou!d *ay. indirectly that the party is not backing Russian foreign policy Two other Vermont deleca'es joined in offering the amendment Hayford said he wasn't trying to bring a "red herrina" into the Droceedsngs. But he ^id the platform as it stood opens the party to the charge of condemning American foreign policy · en toto" w iih- out saying a word of criticism about the policy of any other nation. Somebody else in the Vermont section got up to declare that ir the platform "we endorse Soviet foreign policy 100 per cent and I don't support any foreign policy 100 per cent " Someone froir Pennsylvania «aid he favors 'friendship x^ith Russia but not blind friendship." Member^ of she platform committee said they thousht nothing was needed bev ond the language already approved v h'ch says Rus='3 and the United States must ·share responsibility for keeping the peace. And Carl Leon Edd\, of In- dianaoolis, protested that the Hayford amendment wa* an attempt at "appeasement" at appensing those vho can't be appeased While Kavford"^ amendment took a beatir.e the convention put into the platform a denunciation of · anti-Soviet hysteria as a ma-:k for monopolv. mlitarisrn and reaction " Delegate* went on recotd for erecting s ^truc'ure of u^sce through "ju^i enforcement noon individuals of world federal lav, T-acted b a v. orld federal legislature "* j Heavy Buying Is Held Cause Of Inflation , Washington. July 25 f--The big inflation trouble, the Commerce Departn-ent :a!i toda. J^ tha: buying demand has been growing -Ah^Ie production ha* stood still And, there's no i-arly hope, the Department said of production stnkuig a more evei balance \\ilh demand Bas.ng its re:narks on a ri-vi survey of current business, *ne department i-aid rrosl industries ha\e oeen operit.ng at " maximum le\els cons:tte:it \sith a\ai!ab!e fac:lit;ei a-:d «upo; es of niater.ali part.cularly of *:ee^ !· acaed ' In t;.o«e area* v icr" '..-lore is iecwa for further e\p«;^ «:· ^uc:i as .-"i cu'toi :e\;.!e curren: re- qu;resner:: oi bus.ne^s and con- iii:ners na.o Kene'allv served a;ae ba-.s for t-t?aa; t/perat.ons t.'i the recent pcr.txi ' One of tse fe ·. except o;js !'hoe 1 ?, \\!w:e o-tajt hs- moved 'Three-Day Joint 'Conference Pl»nnetl The Department · Mews were a.red as Pre^de-jt Tr jman s cSose aide 1 - worked on t.'U apf-i'jflalion progra:n Mr. Truman .- tw oeliver The President h.m^eU has hinted that the program v..'.: try getting demand -:.to tSoier oalar.ce with proauced iuppi.es of some uoodb by cuttir.j; dov i o". buying thiuugh rationing an accompamn^ent to price control The Commerce Department sa, 1 . deinar.c pre^sure^ grow ing as consumer income aKeady bo'stercd bv lower w i t h h o l d i n s taxet. has been furtner advancea b% impurt- as^t wago awa r i*- t!iat aHo exerted price pressure tnrwugh the'r effecli on cost-; It said w age settlements negotiated in June and July wil! give a further bw-t :o persona! income from the a".r.uai rate of S208 000.000000 recoidets .n Mav. la-it month for ·-.»uch ', cj-es have oeen obtained Further strength of demand aUo i^ being projected in Government spend me on cvoorls and defense ·-top--, w h i l e buvine«s concerns expect to maintain a r.isjh rate of spending on equipment and Despite rising price* consumer buying registered a pick-up in the April-June period that cut down stock* of good'* that had been accumulating somewhat in the hands of rctaiier 1 ; and wholesalers before then, the Department said. Helping to p cn-idc the money, it said w a s the sharp increase in cm- piovmcnt to a new record of over til 005 000 :n June It has been announced by Walter D. Bromley, secretary-treasurer of the Frederick Production Credit Association, and the Mat- lonal Farm Loan Association that 9 three-day joint conference of directors of both Associations will be held in the George Washington Hotel Winchester. Va . July 28 29 and 30 This is the first join* meeting of the directors to be held :n this section, and ideas and problems in connection %vith the improvement of the Farm Credit System in rendering service to farmers in this section will be dis- cusied. Other association directors to be represented include Clarksburg NFLA and PCA; Kcy- ser XFLA and Romaey PCA Staunton XFLA, and PCA. and Warrento-- NFLA and PCA In addition to Mr Bro:n!e\ the oth- cts attending from the Freder-tk asvociatio.-.s include S I- Hoke Westminster L'!\ses CHrjiSith 4th GaiThersburg Ra H Smith Frcd- erscK Howard U Quin-i Freder- .ck William J Hmei.. Brinklow V/i!lson Poole Sellman The Fredrrick Associations ser%'ice farmer^ in Frederick Carroll Washington and Montgomery counties and :n addition to extending credit for- farm purposes, are available to Sive aid to farmers in connection w ith their farming problems,, including improvements-, coiiierva- ·ion and marketing. The other association 5 : cover counties in Virginia arsd West Virginia [Youth Waves Shirt; [ Averts Train Wreck A youth, identified by Montgomery , County police only as "Adams. 1 * v.-as^ credited Saturday w ! th averting a ' triin-autoraohile crash at the Hal pine crossing near Rocjkville. Corpl. Kenneth Miller of the county police headqu-rters in Rockville *aid the car. operated by Mrs Patricia Mathews of Sprmg Lake Park, stalled on the tracks when she attempted to turn sharply off the crossing. While Mrs. Mathev.s went uear- by to call police, the jou'h r a n ' from the Iratrks. but the youth down the track wa\inj{ his under- Irft before oPiccrb could obtain shirt to stop an oncoming Balti- his full riaiie. more and Ohio freight train The -, train stopped several hundred feet BR."NNEK WILL FILED from the car. The v.-ill of the late Francis M County police pushed the car Biunner \vas filed Saturday v. it" of Wills Harr" D Rad- clitf for piobatu Contents oC the \vill and assets in the estate \\ere not revealed pending probate. The telescope tube of the 200- .nch telescope ii 55 feet long I TO-DAY'S \ \ I T and WISDOM KEYSTONE PAINTS TVTien the bfst rn«K ^o Httle whv rompromi^e on qualityTM Complete line exterior. Interior finishes. MCODEMUS Paint Store 36 NORTH COURT ST. NE\V TYPE RADIO A cerinin man sa!» his radio is the locomotive upe -- it whistles at every station You \\ be whistling v.ith io f \ou putchac our new fuipiture from us. .CLINE'S -- STORE LIKE MODERN? SEE OVR WINDOW SEE NORGE BEFORE YOU BUY Gas and electric sto*es. washing machines, hot water heaters, water cooler?, oil room heaters, frozen food boxes and the amazing: Norjje refrigerator that automatically defrosts each night. t III III UK K \VI I IH\, CO. PATRICK AT BENTZ ST. Open Sat. Till 10.00 P. M. FHOXE 4S7 Easv TavmcnU SPECIAL CHECKING ACCOUNT 15 Checks--$1.00 REGULAR CHECKING ACCOUNT Subject to analysis REGISTER CHECKS Tp to £100.00-- 10c charge » COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES As Western Maryland Trust Co, FREDERICK, MAin LAND SEEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP MONEY TO I i:\l Loan* tip to I..JOO on tjottr AUIO-R'RSIR'RE-SIGNATIRE-COMARER. ETC. Don't deprive yourself of the things ou need any lonecr. Let a loan from us straighten things ont for yon immediacy. LOW R A T E S COME IX TODAY -- MONEY TODAY GENERAL ACCEPTANCE CORP. CORXER MARKET and THIRD STREETS FREDERICK, PHONE 876, MARYLAND Farm Pumps Installed And Repaired Pipe Fitting CARTER L. REID Phone Braddock Hfts. «t?l When the Hau.a::an Is!ar.ds were S.rtl discovered b\ Capt. Jamc-- Cook in 1773. each of the islands had us own king THE DRUID THEATER DAMASCUS. MARYLAND Damascus 2171 MONDAY. JVLY 26TH S|enier Tracy, Katharine Hepburn !« Fit \ V K «_ \I'R «'S "STATE OF THE UNION" Also Latest V e n s Shons. 7 00. 9 'J Summer Values M«-a't Sport Shirts $1 13. 11.58. $1 4» Mrn's Nunicner l"»nt» $1 SS. $2 9S. $J.)I Mfn f 59c Hose 3 prs. for $!.»· M*n's I»rejs Shins $1.98. S*.«. »Z IS Mrn'i Irr%s Shoes 53 ;*. S4 55. Ji.55 Mrn i Sanforised shorti 7Se MI-II'I B V I. !t| e Cnion Stain Ji 75 Bo\»' Summrr Finn SI.58-JI.79 Bo*' Shors IJ1.9S. SJ.9J. *3.45 Chlldrrn'x Flay Shoei 9Sf. Jl 49. JI.98 Bo«' Sport Shirts 51.45. $1.98 1-adirs* Flay Shoes SSc. $1.45. $1.98 Ladies' Si-Gauge. Nylon Hose 9Sc Men's W o r k Shirts $1 49. J1.79. J1.98 Glen's and. Buys* S w i m Trunks 9Sc. $1 98. $2 95 Mrn'j Tee Shirts 2 for JI.OO MEN'S SUITS 44.75 '19.50 '24.50 '29.50 BARNEY'S . 23 N. MARKFT ST ' Kcfrcskmg Refreshing is the comment \\e receive for our air conclilionecl funeral hsnie. which is equipped lo maintain a constant and comfortable temperature for those in attendance. PRICLS W I I I I I N 'I ME MCA\S OF AU- C.E. CONE R SON FUNKIUU. DIRECTOR* AMBULANCE SERVICE Phon*:355 Sleep In Comfort On A KAPOK PILLOW! The perfect answer for tho^e who are allergic to feathers. At the time of the year when you need them most we offer KAPOK PILLOWS. 20" x 26", with corded, edges, at only $ 2.95 SALE 10% Down Pillows Were 5.10 Now '3.95 H E N D R I C K S O N ' S SALE 19C each 75C set of 4 SET YOUR SUMMER TARLE WITH PLACE MATS STYLED BY "LADY SYLVIA" Summer fiowers come right to the toble on these goy place mats. Cork-tex bac'ea', heat-resistant, water-resistant., and so handy to clean. Protected with Filmatex, the new plastic film that wipes clean with a damp cloth. " H E N D R I C K S O N ' S "Arrow... Arrow... Arrow... I'm serving lots of it!" --says Ve/ma L. Petty Ask your favorite waitress! Ask your favorite bartender: They can tell you Arrow Beer is the Xo. 1 choice of more and more people! The good word has spread fast that Arrow is brewing the best beer in town! More folks try it! More folks like it! More folks drink it! Your first bottle of Arrow will tell you why! It's got what you want' Good, golden color . . . rich, creamy head . . . full-bodied flavor! Forget your old brand! Remember to ask for Arrow! Globe Brcmig Co'.'Ba S E M I - A N N U A L Shoe Clearance SALE! Women's -- Red Cross Naturlizer, Tweec//e, Ryfhm-Step, Charm-Sfep and California Cobblers Values '6.95 to S 12.95 Women's Shoes $ 1.95 to S 7.95 Women's Casuals $ 1.00 to S 4.95 Girls 7 Shoes $ 1.95 to S 6.95 Two Lots Children's SHOES A'alucs To 55.50 1.95 and $ 2.95 Men's Nunn-Bush Sport Shoes S16 95 A"aluc« $ 13.95 Men's Edgerton Sport Shoes Values to 512.93 4.95 to 8.95 Shop early for the bes-t selection. AS, in all clearances, .sizes are not complete in every style. No Phone Orders -No Approvals--No Returns K E M P ' S SHOE MEZZANINE COUPON SALE 2.S» Bed Sbccts, *lxSS ».« ISc Men's Work Socks It for 9Sc 43c CfeiM's Polo SJurts _ 3 f*r 9Se 1.9« Tennis Shoes . . . JSc 25c Kubber Heels 7c JDr. Lyons' l«c Tooth Poutfer 5c FREDERICK 5 10 41 South Market--Open Eveiuaj* ANY C OK KOLJL FILM 35 DEVELOPED "* PRINTED 3* HOCK SEKVICE ALLEN'S ··=· Woman with a Sword "One of the soundest and most exciting novels of the Civil War written in our day" brings recognition at last to ANNE CARROLL of Maryland! The Biographical Novel of Anne. Carroll. Unofficial Member of Lincoln's, Cabinet. t on sale at 145 N. Market St. rvf*^ v*;:/ / SSarA fc \*£ ^ JMfi «v^ i MRSOH '·n-***^ JWSt ME DeHHt! ^ OSCAR LEVANT %t S. Z. SAKALL FORTUNKD 80NANOVA '*' MICHAEL CURTIZ T^T.r WARNER 'T|\f/M '· Bros. Cool I I YOU TODAY thru WED. WARNER BROS OPJERA HOUSE LAST TIMES TODAY TIM HOLT in "GUNS OF HATE" TOMORROW OXLT "THE RETURN OF THE WHISTLER" USED CARS SOLD BOUGHT TRADED Every car sold is first demonstrated,- t h e n honestly represented as to its actual state of repair. 20 used cars at all price ranges to choose from. INC. Your DcSoto--Plyjnouth Dealer 410 X, Market St. OPEN fi TO 9 NEWSPAPER!

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page