The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 27, 1948 · Page 2
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July 27, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 2

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Key Stamp Program To Be Brief Court News Marriage Licenses Austin L_ Rice, 34. divorced, Route 1. Thurmoat. and Mary K. Smith, 30. 312 North Market street, both of this city. Ernest Acord 24 Phoenbcville. The "Father ol Francis Scott Key ',**-***. Martha F ' Griffin - 19 ' " dual celebrations here August HAa ,^ v ,« _ .,,,, T , ,, sion of Congress, to approve com- : mittee plans for the formal exercises marking the fiftieth anniversary of the erection of a monument over Francis Scott Key's grave and the issuance of a national commemorative stamp honoring the author of 'The Star Spangled Banner" Committeeman, lt*isse!l H. Mc' Cain designated C. S Representative J Glenn BeaU. Sixth Maryland District, as the father of the successful maneuveruigs which secured for Frederick the coveted first-day issue of the Key stamp, in calling for a vote of thanks to the Congressman who will be master of ceremonies for the formal ceremonies Responding briefly to the commendations. Congressman Beall took an active par: in discussions ' of program plans. He also reported that he has been assured that the Quanaco Marine Band of 48 musicians will appear for the celebration, presenting a half-hour concert beginning at 2-30 p m. August 9 and that Paramount Nevi-sreel will film the exercises headlining Postmaster General Jesse M. Donaldson, as principal speaker He said he is still dickering with two television companies to broadcast the ceremonies at I' Key's grave in Mt. Olivet cemetery The official program as approved by the Post Office Department and the master of ceremonies, will be brief and crowded into a half- hour, exclusive of the band concert immediately preceding the speeches and entertainment. Wording of the official program lists invocation by Rev. Ktmri L,. G. Kieffer D. D.; address and presentation of first stamp by Jesse M. Donaldson, Postmaster General, re- I -tponse by Gov. William Preston Lane, of Maryland: introductions; National Anthem. Miss Lucy Monroe; music by Quantico Marine Band. Two Treated After Automobile Accident "Wilbur Noah Smith. 28. Jefferson, and E. Delores Reddle, 16. Jefferson street this city were treated for injuries Sunday at Frederick Memorial Hospital after an accident near Cooksville. Both suffered lacerations and bruises. State Folic" said a motorcycle ridden by Smith with Miss Reddl' riding tandem ran into the rear of a car operated by Dennis Oliver Cook, 41. colored, Cooksville. Cook ·was pulling into a driveway, they said, when the motorcycle came over a knoll and bit the car. State Trooper B. C. Kammer- f smith brought the injured to the hospital here. Cook was charged with failing to give the right-of- \vay and Smith is charged with driving at speed too great. w Jones ,9 H arris- ^ ^ Carolvn G s 24 carU«*e p a g^e 'Franklin Hamilton. 21. ^^s^burn Va . and Catherine F. j} srr jg Lovettsville. Va. Richard Lee Rector. 21. Mars x a n. Va.. and Alma Marie Henst e . 18, Kerndon. Va. Ernest E. Sneli. 42. York. Pa., and £i: e n Marie Minnich. 38, Hellam, p- Will-am C. Reynard, 28. Waterford. Va . and Agnes L- Atkins, 18, Round HiU, Va. Propertx Deeded Kathenne C. Graham to Edgar D F'ook and wife county, S10. Lewis M. Esworthy and wife to Edgar D. FZook and wife, county, $10 Howard X. Sweeney and wife to Lester PenweU and wife, county, 510 * _ Tobstha V. Palmer to Ralpn S. Palmer, county. 510. Potomac Edison Co. to \Vi!!ard S. Holter and wife, courty, $10 Ernes'. F. Keilhohz and w ife to Theodore R. R:denour and v. if e, county. $10 Calvin Rudy and wife to Rafael A. Fiol and wife, county, SoOO Guy Anders to George Ezra Burketi and \\ife. cou-Hy. SSOQ. Wheeler A Smith, et a!, to Howard L. Metzger and wife, county. $10. . _ ., Baltimore Oh:o Railroad Co.. to Dorsey L Oden and wife, coun- *'· S150. -. . Charles F. Redmond and wue .o Nettie Kailer. coumy. SIO. Maxie A. Hill and wue to James K. SmiCn and wife, city, $10. Charles E. Lipps and wife u Stewart H. Brown, city $10 Preston B. Roop and wife to George F. Revene and wife, coun- tv sl °- Power Of Attorney G!enn *Crum to Shirle y C Braungart. Revocation Pow er Of Attorney National Surety Co. to Franklin D. Miller. Autumn's Furs Add Up "to Extravagant Fashions Two extremes of fall fur fashions are illustrated by Ihe luxuriously full nutria 'duster,' above, which covers uith a cape-collar, and the brief, rib? Somali leopard jacket, right. Tliis roxal pastel mmk coat, which suirls a full Kirt from a slim belted \vaisllSle. owes its lavish look to i The New*. Frederick. Md.. Tuesday, July 27, IMS Weekly Meeting Is Held By Zonta Club " -· ! The Zonta Club met in the main dining room of the Frwncis Scott ' Ke Hotel Monua\ e\cnmg for dm- , ner ! Mrv Ida K Renn. president presided o\er the business, meeting Mi 1 -^ Helen L Smith, chairman .£ the pioRram committee for Julv introduced l:er guest Mii.s Lilah R GJUI a former Hood College fac- ult\ i'sei- txr and IIO'A a i evident of NurtJs Carolina Mrs E Kea vva sheii mtioduccd a cTajificjtJon talk on hes \\ork At t*'_- picnic n'eetiii'-t of the club Juiv 1J .,x the s;u«-stv «f iJijv Smith, Mi^ Martha K Slrrrmer a sjuevt. tortai'i:i;^l\ of the ue\\ !v v ij.i ii/crt iscal bird c!ub ol vii.teh she is a inesi'biT Mr- Slessimer if thi* \arious hikes aid over it cj"i»» of the local jtroup and if thv ii.itsondiiy kno'.in otnithulo- X"»ts i'!';:i£ U Frede: sck to pro- ence Garner. Miss M»y«tt» Hcnh- bcreer and Miss Nora Wise. The club will meet at the Francis Scott Key Hotel next Monday. August 2, at 6.30 p. m~ STATE OWES MAN Baltimore. July 26 (*--L*cr Vinson v. as acquitted on · vacrUKjr charge today when it turned out the State owes him $3.200. ' I think it is a pretty sad situation " said Judge Joseph Sherbow. · I'm not going to send you to Jail \\hiie State officials decide where to get the money." Vm^on who is 32. explained that he v.as working at Spring Grove State Hospital when he lost hi* left eye in an accident. The Mary- Sand Compensation Board awarded him S3 200 but will have no funds to pay :t until Maryland s General ly meeU» again in January. FARM TOT7R HELD A number of Frederick county farmers participated Friday in a farm tour covering three farms in Frederick and Washington counties. Demonstrations iv ere con- j ducted at two Washington county , ! farms Friday morning and the farm j group, from four states, moved | to the Otis King property near' Frederick in the afternoon to see! the most modern methods and ma-! chines for control of the European corn borer and Japanese beetle. D. A. R. CHAIRMAN* Mrs. Harry K. Nield. regent. Maryland State Society. D. A. R. announced that plans have been made for the annual fall meeting of the state officers and chairmen, which this year will be held in Annapolis on Friday. Sept. 17. with the Peggy Stewart Tea Party Chapter as hostess. Mrs Margaret Girault Gladden is the newly-elected regent of this chapter. Mrs. ?field has also announced the aopointment of several ue\\ chairmen. Mrs. H. Matthew Gault, who has been serving as co-chairman of approved schools, has accepted the state chairmanship. Mrs. Edgar G. Barnes, retiring regent of the William Winchester Chapter. D A. R will serve as state chairman of motion pictures. Mrs. Jesse Anccrs, of the Frederick Chapter, has accepted the chairmanship of the Good Citizenship Pilgrimaee committee Mrs Xield will head the'delegation of the D A. R. attending the historical celebration in Frederick. August 9. when exercises commemorating Francis Scott Key will be held at his grave in Mount Olivet Cemetery- i FEPC In Government . Set Up B Truman i Washington, July 26 **.--Pres, ident Truman set up an "FEPC" t for Federal Government emplo es . today and ordered a drive against · racial discrimination in the Armed j Forces. j His move, timed as it was on , the eve of a message to Congress ', \ in which he is expected to demand I anti-poll tax. anti-lynching and j | other civil rights laws, amounted \ ! to a counter-punch against South- ' i ern Senators His orders came out j just after those lawmakers finish- i · ed setting up a formal 11-State, bloc to fight civil rights legislation ! in the special session. ' j The President, by executive order, created a seven man Fair Em- j ! ployment Board, as part of the ] j Civil Service Commission, to see ' I that all appointments, promotions and other d"alings with Federal civil personnel " be based solely on merit "and fitness." He directed i that Cabinet officers take steps, to insure that there shall be no' discrimination because of race., color, religion or national origin BAGGED 34 PLANES i Tel Aviv, Israel. July 26 ··--A spokesman for the Israeli air force, said today 34 Arab planes have J been shot down in the Palestine i war. For security reasons he refused; to say how many Israeli planes | were shot down in the same period, i Questioned at a news conference., the spokesman declined to give any i statistics about the Israeli air force! beyond saying that about 10 per cent of its members are foreigners. TRAIN TRAVEL DELAYED Bristol. Pa. July 26 ?4T--The Pennsylvania Railroad's mainhne tracks between Newf York and Philadelphia were put out of operation late today by a bridge fire that collapsed overhead wires in a mass of sparks. S The fire, of undetermined origin, raged for an hour on a fnnie bridge fi\e miles from Bristol and some 30 miles from Philadelphia. The damage to the wires forced PRR to halt movement of its electrified trains on the four mainline tracks All major Pennsylvania trains trfrvel over the stretch of trackage affected. ACCOUNT APPROVED The Orphans' Court on Monday approved the first and final account of Mary J. Dornheim. executrix in the estate of Elizabeth C Allen, in which she reported S3,- 963 and distributed S2.550. TAVERN SOLD Francis Pctrott, attorney in the estate of Leroy Jones, reported Monday to Register of Wills Harry D. Radcliff that the tavern business on South Market street has been sold to Elmer T Mornin^star and Edward Bowers for $4.100 ATTACHMENT TILED Walter E Kennedy. Chief of the Sales Tax D.\i-icn of the SUitc ' Comptroller's office, on Monda " filed an attachment in the office ] of the Clerk of the Circuit Court i here against Robert C. Simmons \ Keymar in the amount of $120 47 ' Through Richard W Ca^c. :it- i torney to the Sales Tax Division, it , is alleged that as of April S. Sim' mons had a deficiency of $33 10 in i sales tax and hns refueU to pay ! that amount. The State official | claims that amount phis S4 27 interest and S4!510 in penalties. i NO GRAIN STORAGE Kansas Cit\. Jub 26 · 7--Grain- j men here say farmers are going to 1 have to j^tore a lot of their gram I crops on their o\\ n land this year j\\hether they want to or not. For evidence they point to the Kansas City termmalt \\hich already nave ] almost enough cram to fill all i available elevators Tu- Fifderjck 2o:sta Club has i ii«»*3!.e! that .1 v. on honorable ii'oiitio.i on its rauio --cupt. com- !«·! . n Circo:s for Youni; Wosn- - ' a:-! entered 1:1 competition at the- -~it\ .I:::H:.I! cfitven'ion of / « « ' i l^'leipa'!*'!' »1 held June Jti to 19 tmUi^ive :si Pasadena. Calif e local club sponsored a series of veven 15 !"!'Mi5c ratiio programs rvo5 station V.'F.MD. March 2!. to Mav 11 ii^elusj\o Members of the Zo".t,i Club :«'»! tht;h School ^-esiior took 55art in the prourani-. tbe broadcast tine be:nK 120 mm- '/.otitiai'.s o-i the proRr.uii'? in- Mi^s Evelvn M Kffauver. pub'icstv oliairr-an' Mr-- Ma'io D Yosinc. Mi-v Hal Lee T O.t. Mrs Xan K Roderick Miss Lon Davis Miss Edith L Strock. Msss Flor- GIFT SDGGESTION QV.iLITY PLUS LOW PRICES Immediate Delivery DELPIIEY'S Sport Store EVERYTHING WE SELL WE SERVICE ROCK OF AGES I H*'^§S ' m OF I A i^I^^^^ U. A. LOUGH 121 South Market St. SON Phone 1569 Pattern for fhe fine cars offhe HOLD SWIMMING ART3t Members of the nursing staff of Frederick Memorial Hospital held an enjoyable swimming party at Braddock Heights pool last Friday evening About 20 couples were in attendance. Refreshments -were served. ENLIST IN NAVY | Earl D Underwood. Chief Quartermaster, USX, recruiter-in-charge of the branch Navy recruiting in Frederick, announced today the enlistments^ of Eugene Sterling Burger. Roland Garfield Racey. and Alvan Meredith Bartholow. all of Frederick county, for three years in the ". S Navy. They have been transferred to the Naval Training Center. Great Lakes, 111, for recruit training. You may have- THE LINCOLN TWO COMPLETELY NEW 1949 A NEW No! and IN A CHOICE OF MAGNIFICENT BODY STYLES AND TWO SEPARATE PRICE RANGES jine car isn't made overnight. Not a really new and really fine car. The 1949 Lincolnsyou can sec now at \ our Lincoln dealer's have been years perfecting. Here \\as a job that couldn't be ..rushed. For i'.csc 1949 Lincolns were designed to meet the J 950s more than half way; to be the automotl\e pattern for ·\ears to come. * j Are they bexiilijul? Of conrs^ vith a rev.% massive breadth of line that's fresh fo the C'.e.-.and sheer iov \\hcn \O'i see how · ·* much CT/m room it means. Thcv\e ^ot a ^low. hig-the-road look. And feel how tlie-r ne"" super-balloon tire 1 :, v.ith tliclr v.idt.r, safer rims, really cu±Ji:o:i \ our n Je. Are they pauerful? In both the Lincoln and Lincoln Cosmopolitan, there's the same powerful engine. Xewly designed right from the blueprints up. 8-cylinder, Y-tvpe, 152-horscpo\ver...it"s as fine an engine as human skill can make. A fortress of strength...built with the precision that goes into aviation engines. Are they luxurious, these'now Lincolns? Naturaljv From the smart upholstery fabrics and distinctive color combinations to their new carefree, effortless rid", these Lincolns arc a revelation and a new experience in motoring. }i?c. ]'-ok at the fine cars of the '50s...Look at Lincoln. of WASHINGTON D. ~ Toar whole family will enjoy the complete news coverage and entertaining features of the Wash- .ngton Star Now you can have this grand metropolitan newspaper delivered to your home--every evening and Sunday morning--only a few hoars alter it is off the press Local home delivery roates ha-ve already been organised, and a local carrier boy will be glad to serve you. RATES Doily end Sunday SI.20 a month $1.30 (5-Son. mo.i Daily only 90c a month Sunday only 10e per copy For Home Delivery Phone Joseph A. Bccne c/c Hahn's Gas Station Frederick 1575 Nothing cou/d6e Fmer^orNewer/ THE LINCOLN COSMOPOLITAN SEE THE BIGGEST NEWS IN THE FINE CAR FIELD AT YOUR LINCOLN-MERCURY DEALER'S ESTES MOTORS, INC. 416 East Patrick St Phone 1458

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