The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 11, 1967 · Page 3
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September 11, 1967

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 3

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8 People Hurt In 2 Accidents in two traffic ac Frederick County were cidents m Thursday Listed in satisfactory condition last night in Frederick Memorial Hospital were John D Miller, Pasadena Md , his two- vear - old daughter, Kimberly Miller, and Susan C Brewer, Pasadena 5 Mrs Mary A Moxley, Mt E iry, was listed in fair condi- on following a collision at the ftitersection of U S Route 40 J nd Bill Moxley Road at about 06 Thursday £ State police said that Mrs Moxley was charged with failure So grant the right of way after Jfhe apparently entered Route 40 from Bill Moxley Road dir- Bctly in front of the car Miller yas driving » The 1955 car, owned by Susan C Brewer, Pasadena and Mrs Woxley's 1964 car were both declared totally wrecked by pol- Jce · In a separate accident Michael Siugene Barry, Boyds, was Charged with operating an un- $afe motor vehicle after he collided w i t h a car on Thurson jftoad as he exited from state Route 80 at the interchange I Boyds told state police that fiis brakes failed when he tried Jo stop at the intersection * £ Barbara Ann Martin Boyds %as riding with Barr Passengers in the other car driven J?y Marv Joy McMilhan, RFD « Frederick was Kimberly Ann J^IcMillian age 3, Wanda Sue Anderson RFD 2 age 9 and 'Linda Gail Phnkard RFD 2, jfige 11 «j ? All involved in the acciden* ^'ere treated and released from ^Frederick Memorial Hospital -· State police declared Barry's ar a total loss and estimated Damage to the McMilhan car ·at $250 3 County High Schools Hove One Counselor Three Frederick county high school have only one guidance counselor instead of the two recommended by the state and the situation may continue Dr Donald Z Koons, director of personnel, toid the school board Wednesday that Thur- .nont Linganore and Brunswick High School have one counselor each He said that unless he can find qualified people the present set up wilj continue The state recommends that there be a guidance counselor lor eveiy 400 children Brunswick hus 750 students while Thurmont and Linganore have 800 and 900 respectively School superintendent Dr John Carnochan said that he would rather "hire no counselor than a poor jne " He said that the situation a- io.se because there is a great demand for guidance counselors and that the schools were caught short at the last moment Frederick Man Publishing Aide Bruce C Claxton of 706 North side Drive, has recently been appointed assistant manager of marketing and sales for Ginn and Company, publishers of text books and other instructional inaterials Claxton will supervise and coordinate sales in a five state area including Delaware, Marland Virginia West Vi ginia North Carolina and Washington He will also servid as THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland MoMlay. September 11. 1*7 P«ff«3 the company's Federal Programs Coordinator Claxton received his BS degree from Valparaiso University and his MA from American University He has done additional graduate work at New York University, University of Maryland, and most recently r.t Johns Hopkins University Claxton, his wife, Marilyn, and two children, Brett and Jennifer, have resided in Frederick for the past three years jRomiiey's Not Backed WASHINGTON AP -- Michigan Go\ George Romne's charge that he was brainwashed tn Vietnam war policv during a «966 visit to Saigon has drawn lio support from nine Jther gov who accompanied him Most of the Democratic governors who made the trip with Komnev a likelv candidate for the Republican presidential nomination next vear rapped h s assessment of briefings given the touring politicians bv rnilitarv and dip'omatic jffi- cials The Republican were more charitable savme Romnev mav have received in formation thev didn t But none ·igreed thev were exposed to at lempted bram-vashmg The controversy started by Romnev s comment -- m a J Mondav as the governor was -x plaining his shift of stance jn V i e t n a m policv-- was front page hews m Saigon s English language newspapers It all started when a television interviewer asked Romnev w h a t had changed his earlier view t h a t U S i n v o l v e m e n t in Vietnam was morallv right and nee cssary ' When I got back from Viet nam replied Romnev I just had the greatest brainwashing that anvbodv can get when vou go over to Vietna-n Not onl\ b\ the generals but also bv the dip lomatic corns ver there and thev did a vers thorough lob Democratic dov Philip H Hoff of Vermont one f those who traveled w i l l Romnev said of the chaige \Vho the hell is he to sav it uas brainwashing 0 Lither he s a nost naive man r he lacks judgment Another Democrat liOV Mar old E Hughe f Iowa said he saw ' absolute K no evidence f iittemnts to i n f l u e n c e the gover nors viewpoints Rhode Island dov John Chafee considered a GOP v i c e '·residentia 1 honeful m I%8 said he didn't feel ho was brain washed but added I don't \\ant to hs.i r 'iee w i t h what someone else felt " Ronubl.can G v Tim Rab r ^t of Montana c a l l e d the hnefmi' "realistic 1 " whi'e Oemorr it'f f v I"hn l'nr"s of H" 1 · "i · \ h« could "find m u i - t i f i n "·"· for Gov Romnev' '·t itement ' Others then governors wh« 'raveled with Romnev to Sa « " included Democrat Carl ;in ders r«f Geircin anrl Ren»hli- cans Clifford P Han«en of Wvo mine John H Rt^d of Mi'n" and Henry Bellmon of Oklaho ma SATO (Yl«-bral«-s 13th. Birthday BANGKOK ( A P ) The Southeast Asia Treaty Or Kamzation celehrated its nth birthday todav with the ^penmt! of its new million dollar head quarters by King Bhumihol \dulyadei ^f Thailand I'AP IF ws p 4 PER fl Ifl C H1V E ® ,,., ears We're openMon.Nite 'til 9 All Nylon CARPET Our Lowest Price Regular 3.99 Sq. Yd Square Yard Delicately carved cobblestone texture sets a mood of warm hospitality Choose your favorite from six rich, tasteful colors that will enhance any decor The finishing touch of beauty in resilient, easy-to-care-for-all-nylon pile Now at so low a price you can afford to carpet every room in your home NO MONEY DOWN and Ask Your Salesman How Yeu Can Take up to 5 YEARS TO PAY EXPERT INSTALLATION ARRANGED \\fran' Size Room 9xl2-Ft. Bedroom 1 2 x l 2 - F t . Dining Room 1 2 x l 5 - F t . Living Room 12xl5-Ft. Living Room 9x12-Ft. Hall and Stairs 12xl2-Ft. 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