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News (Newspaper) - August 29, 1933, Frederick, Maryland Last Edition Tin Partly with m and Wednesday partly VOL MD AUGUST 29 1933 if if TEH IIY TAX RATE OF 85 CENTS MAY Of Five Cents Present Charge To Make It Lowest In Years BYY FOR RELIEF WORK HELPS TO KEEP COST UP urn Provided In Order To operate With Federal Program A city tax rate of 85 cents on the 100 will be levied by the Mayor and at a special meeting ly night unless unforeseen occur it was learned from re- able sources this morning This will j from resent of 90 cents and will be the west tax charge recorded in the city years City explained that it ot been necessary to provide for relief in line with the program of government the local tax auW have been cut 10 cents more or at 75 cents They also pointed out that the cut has been made despite the fact iat the city hu not received any oney from the sUte government from gasoline tax fund made reductions In all county tax has on several aMona taken up with the State Roads the question of how inch money if any it will receive the gasoline tax fund to be to Frederick county The most reply from G Clinton lairman of the Roads Commission aid this matter had not yet been de- ded Expenses of the municipal for the fiscal year beginning 1 are estimated at 000 The largest part this is to meet interest on bonds into sinking funds etc The money the city will raise for re- tt work will be expended tor labor on obstruction jobs about the city completion of Carroll Parkway rest College Terrace and construction Carroll creek nn rest College Terrace The beds of lese two streets have been luiR this work being done In the past in to T jobless men Included in the rt also is resurfacing of East street rom Second street to Eighth to make ie remainder of this thoroughfare to the block from Church to scond streets This work will give a improved north and south into the eastern section of the ity MAKES REPORT ON HIS DAMAGE OBSERVATION Washington Aug 29 AP Charles M Walte to the Public Works Board today lis personal observation of storm ige along tie Virginia Delaware and Maryland coasts Waite made a trip by airplane to inspect the damage and to on an application by Virginia md Maryland authorities for Federal undi with to repair the havoc was not revealed whether Col Walte nade a specific recommendation for a IMS to the areas The public works official went as ar north as Rehoboth Beach Del and it times the plane flew as low as 200 set to make possible a close survey of he storm damage The public works board will mine at its meeting today whether a loan should be advanced to the stricken areas Denies She'll Wed Member of a socially prominent timore familj Nancy ington above denied a report that she and Franklin D Roosevelt Jr son of the President intended to marry Young Roosevelt now is touring Europe EIGHT KILLED IN 2 Three Randolph Field Flyers Among Those To Lose Lives PASSENGER SHIP WRECKED San Antonio Texas Aug 28 Three Randolph Field flyers one ing instructor and two cadets fell to their deaths and a fourth bailed out with a parachute and landed safely when two pursuit training planes crashed in mid-air at the field today Those killed were Lieut Barley R Grater instructor of Lebanon Ind Cadet William Pasche of Chicago Cadet H R Sandberg of Denver Col Lieut Louis K Vaupre instructor leaped from his plane at an altitude of about 500 feet and came to earth ly His ankle was broken AH but Cadet Sandbery attempted a parachute jump Passenger Plane Wrecked A plane the and western Air Line crashed 20 miles of here during tae and its and two pilots w to have been killed Those the plane were- Mr and Mrs Ralph Gore Albuquerque N M and their granddaughter Evelyn Gore toree old passengers H R Morgan Kansas City and W G Barcus Kansas City co-pilot Greek Tribunal Sanctions Ar- rest Of Chicago Man IS NOW IN HOSPITAL OLD GIRL CONQUERS CHANNEL Dover England Aug M Channel was conquered for the first time this year today when Miss lunny Lowry Manchester England girl arrived at South Foreland after swimming from Cape Gris Nez ranee in about hours Large Catch of Fish While on a camping and fishing trip tear Dickerson at the mouth of the on the Potomac river last week John O'Neal greenskeeper of the Country Club with his and father-in-law William caught more than 100 fish mostly catfish and bass The largest bass weighed four pounds and largest catfish weighed 20 pounds Athens Greece Aug 29 Appeal Court approved today the cation for formal sanction of the de- tention of Samuel Insull former Chicago utilities operator in connection with American extradition proceedings The former on Saturday was taken to a private hospital on tors orders after a second attempt be- gan to extradite him to the United States on a new indictment charging violation of the bankruptcy act mail fraud charges failed The prosecutor formally announced he would issue a writ for ar- rest following an American legation note charging him with bankruptcy Kidnapped CONVENTION HI F In hi 14 lit Park To Climax Services On Sunday OPENING SESSION TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY Banquet Monday Evening To Be Concluding Affair Of Young People THE WEATHER TODAY Precipitation for 24 hours ending at 7 a m August to tallies inches actual August 01 j inches Excess in 1933 to gust Inches High temperature High temperature a year low temperature Low temperature a year m Sun 36 a m Moon 48 m Condition o Approximately are ex- to attend the 12th annual con- vention of the Luther League of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod of land to be held September 2 3 and 4 in the Evangelical Lutheran church About 250 delegates will register for the ill uu a jarge meeting of Lutherans from Frederick and adjoining counties in addition to those attending Luther League events will be held in Baker Park Registration of delegates will take place Saturday afternoon and at 8.15 o'clock that night under the of the Luther League of the Evangelical Lutheran church a group of ans will present An Evening With a local dramatic which has been quite popular and which will be open to the public The entertainment will take place in the Sunday School auditorium Sunday's program will begin with Sunday School at 9.45 o'clock followed by morning service at 11 o'clock at which time Rev Dr Amos J Traver pastor of the church will preach on Christ Among the Doctors Special music will be sung The afternoon session will be devoted to Quiet Moments conducted by Rev Walter V Simon Frostburg the con- vention chaplain who will use as his topic Christ in the and conferences dealing with the social and religious of the modem home under the direction of Rev Ralph Robinson Lansdowne Rev B Pa Rev Raymond Somok Baltimore The fellowship hour at S o'clock will be in charge of Rev L Ralph Tabor ject Christ in the Home of Martha and Mary The sen ices will Sc climaxed with the mass in BaVer Park at which Rev Martin Luther ders Baltimore be the speaker and will present the second of the Master Pictures of the Master's Face Christ m the Garden The service will be in Baker Park Sunday evening but win not begin until 7 o'clock Special ic at these services will be under the direction of the chairman of tion music Fred Washington The program for Monday September 4 will be as Opening devotions Rev Walter Simon Christ at the convention business reception of visitors from synod reception of or from Luther League of America Rev Chester Simon ton address Christ the Light of the Rev Dr Henry W Snyder Washington The after- noon program is as Quiet ments Rev Walter Simon boro Pa Christ In the Heart three conferences Junior League Problems Intermediate Problems grams Plans Materials for Seniors un- der the direction of Dr Ethel Waynesboro Miss Edna Werner and Miss Mary Boekel York convention in- of officers address Christ and the Young Rev Dr 3 Edward Hagerstown presi- dent of the Maryland Synod The program for the banquet at 6.30 o'clock Includes Quiet Moments Rev Walter Simon Christ in the Life and an address How We May Become ing Pictures of the Master's Rev Chester Simonton The Frederick committees for the convention General chairman Miss Helen Mercer Mrs Markey Miss Catherine Culler Miss Harriet Engelbrecht Leon Alexander publicity McCleery chairman Miss Margaret Culler Miss Mane Flanigan Edward en- Austin W Howard Miss Eleanor Mrs Whitehall Harold Hooper Miss Grace banquet and meals Henry Falk Meredith Young Willard Markey Harry Davis housing Miss Mae Mercer Miss ma Culler Elmira Renn Miss Kathryn Traver Rev Dr Traver was formerly eral secretary of the Luther League of America The convention theme wiH Master Pictures of the Face Officers of the Luther League of the Maryland Synod Fred N Heise Baltimore president Fred P Miss Mary Hagerstown ing secretary Miss Kathryn Grote cor- responding C Bertram ston Washington Mr ard is chairman of the state publicity committee Miss Blanche a member of tbe executive com- Miss Mae Mercer this city for live of the credentials committee Mist en Mercer this city a member of the resolutions committee and Henry Falk this city a member of the nominating committee The New Deal WASHINGTON Washington Aug The careful Cuban policy had exactly the desired effect in America in many from this other republics ad- j mlt public the Rio been for such m program of economic co-operation u planning have long They that when an assistant secretary or the navy had much to do with the occupation of Haiti Armed would have had a bad effect Any hard-boiled threat to Cuba from Washington would been poorly received Roosevelt knew that Now the diplomats tell you their people are impressed by the respect shown here for sovereignty Re- have been psychologically im- proved Gen Fuller To BeUre Maj Gen Ben H Fuller is not ex- to be commandant of the rine Corps much longer and there's a lively fight M to his successor An Unexpected Trap John H Russell now assistant to er who graduated from Annapolis like themselves The principal other is Brig Oen James Carson Breckinridge head of the marine school at Quantico for whom there la er support in the service Breckinridge was graduated from Heidelberg in many Russell is a Republican Breckinridge a Democrat Senator King of Utah and other Democrats who scored Russell's performance at American high com- missioner la Haiti are opposing him now RuMell is credited with causing Haiti to bar King from the country when he sought to Investigate there a few years ago Figi Konia Smith W Brookhart of Iowa whose job in the Agricultural Adjustment Administration is to figure out what farm products we can sell to Russia and has been paying special attention to pork Russia could easily absorb our pork surplus of about pounds he gays Russia's is a cold climate which calls for more fat and oils than ours She has hogi and 000 people We have hogs and only people Brookhart urges long term for Russia declaring she has brought in goods from us and always Urbanity President Roosevelt is nearly always ago a western cratic senator arguing over some told to go to F D laughed knowing the senator's temperament A week or so later he called him to the White House again and the senator was glad to come Relatively amicable relations were re- stored Co-operative Victory Mrs Mary Rumsey chairman of the NRA Consumers Advisory Board and fat cooperative won a victory dear to her heart on the oil code The code as first approved barred payment of patronage dividends to oil marketing and distributing operatives unless their members were exclusively farmers All such have members The object to any re- straint on their right to organize eco- in their Own Mrs Rumsey told President Roosevelt She obtained an amendment ting payment of patronage dividends by any co-operative t Copyright 1933 NBA Service Inc Rock Island's Golden State Lands In Water-Filled Draw NUMBER OF PASSENGERS REPORTED TO BE MISSING Feared Bodies Of Some Victims Were Swept Away In Torrent New Mexico AUR 59 APi leant six persons met death and 40 others were injured when the Golden Sure Limited trans- continental passenger train bound from Los Angeles to Chicago plunged K water-filled arroyo five miles west of here at dawn today The engine and six tumbled down the sides of the high fill into the gulch The only identified body wits that of C J Crest of the engineer The other dead were three women and two men all passengers in the first day coach Five Pullman coaches remained on the bridge The Golden State Limited Is operated over the Southern Pacific Line of Tucumcari and over the Rock Island Line east to Chicago The wreck occurred on Southern Pacific tracks Tucumcari New Mexico Aug 29 AP least five persons were killed 25 injured and many missing when the Golden State Limited crack Rock Island train plunged a bridge into a water-filled draw five miles nest of at 5 a m today V J croft of Tucumcari engineer and four unidentified passengers were killed Twenty-five wm to a hospital seriously in- jured and other passengers were missing uuo uie along with the locomotive The draw ordinarily dry was a torrent fed bv heavy rains of the last week climaxed by a four-Inch fall lam night The Golden State Limited was bound from the Pacific coast T F mail clerk the only man in the mall car was amons those severely injured The coaches plunged into a ditch alongside the on both the north and south sides but were only partially in the water Three day coaches carried 43 passengers Bodies of four passengers brought here were not identified immediately It was not known how many of the 43 passengers dead or missing but at least 25 were brought to hospitals here Railroad officials here said the train was running only 20 miles an hour It was not known whether any ies had been swept an ay rent or whether they were lodged In the wreckage The wreck was on the Southern Line the train operated over the Southern Pacific tracks west of Tucumcari One golfer who found himself tn an unexpected trap at the Western Open Championships In Chicago Gebardi alias Machine Oun Jack McClurn A worried look on hli bron he shown left shortly be- fore police arrested him as a vagrant and violator of the criminal In time of his wife pictured during the matches She was the blonde alibi for Machine Oun Jack when he was arrested one of the Day Emergency Justifies The Law Declares Justice O'Donoghue NAMED TO HAVE CHARGE OIL INDUSTRY President Makes Him Virtual Dictator By Appointing Him Administrator ier was from his honoe by I oy a telephone call falsely in- i mm mat nis brother Tas His uncle manager of a de- store a note tog him to await further Zonta Chb Meets The Club held its regular I Monday at 6 at the bara Tea Room Misg Marion Spinning Summit N J a former member oi the club WM present CLARK CASE GOES TO MD COURT OF APPEALS Change Of Venue Decision Be- fore High tribunal Rockville Md Aug delay of E to the County for Montgomery county can be placed on trial for the fourth time on a charge of embezzling county funds is seen by authorities in the action of his attorneys Albert M Bouis as L and F Barnard Welsh In filing an appeal n the Circuit Court here from a decision of Chief Judge Hammond Urner and Associate Judge Arthur D Willard granting a petition of Stedman State's Attorney for a change of venue A transcript of the record it is said will be forwarded to the land Conn of Appeals but the case is not expected to be reached by the tribunal until late In the fall The decision appealed from was en In the Circuit Court here on gust 1 following a hearing on the State's at which a large number of well-known citizens of the county who had filed affidavits that they did not believe that the against Clark could be fatly and m- partially tried in Montgomery county were interrogated Judges Urner and Willard passed an order sending the case to Howard 17 o The record will not be transmitted tor the Howard County Court it is said until the Court of Appeals passes on the Ninety-seven indictments charging of funds totaling approximately 000 are pending I against Clark He has been tried here three on one of and each time the jury failed to agree The fourth trial it la Mid will be on the same indictment Selling New York Aug 29 CAP and staples started the day in an op- frame of mind bnt a rather heavy selling flurry shortly after noon brought nervous and reactionary tendencies Although rail and displayed some resistance many leading shares were oft one to three or more points before support arrived for the forces Sterling Call money one per cent Hope In Wheat Pact IS BLUE EAGLE All Departments Operating Un- der National Recovery Act TAKES EFFECT TODAY Effective today all ot the entire Potomac Edison system art operating under of the tional Recovery program applicable to their particular activities except code will be completed within tbt next few days Announcement of tht local adjustment to the new plan was made by Robert L Smith manager of the Frederick district mac system is an effort to lend tvery operation possible to the in its effort to the industry There has been considerable sion and controversy as to whether the utilities came within the of this movement upon the part of the due to the fact that the enues and expenses of the company are under strict State regulation and such can only be Increased by order of the commission while In almost all lines of industry the items of expense Involved In changes of this kind are readily met by increasing the price ob- for various products produced and sold However the officials of the Potomac Edison system feel that the situation is of sufficient emergency that It owes every possible effort of help and operation -A the National tration Mr Smith stated that the utility is adjusting itself to the mum but on highly specialized work such as positions they are given until March 1 to develop and train employes In the meanwhile 48 hours a week are allowed for raining io It is expected that utilities can pre- pare themselves in this period to place all operations on the maximum Federal Electric Tax Shift Sept 1 The 3 per cent Federal tax on all domestic and commercial consumption of electricity which has heretofore been a part of the paid by the consumer each month will be shifted to shoulders of the company effective with current consumed after September 1 Mr Smith stated 5 not n any mean the amount paid the Government would be reduced but be a company expense instead of a consumer expense Band Tt Give The Tressler Home Band will reader a concert in Baker Park at 7 30 o'clock un- ccr the of the Evangelical Lutheran church The boys will be the of the congregation and will be entertained m local homes while here This is the nineteenth annual tour of this famous boys organization The three summer months are spent on the road in their own bus In the course of a season they render about 120 con- certs and travel About mllee This j organization a composed of 38 boys between the of 10 and it They will offer a diversified 1 program consisting of instrumental and solos papular and classical atrs The band is under the leadership C Walter was a tier the organization m its day Frederick E Murphy chief U S delegate to the London conference which arrived it a wheat export ment among the great tries is hopeful of beneficial results it It the Murphy as prepared to Minneapolis return to his home In Hospital Superintendent Dies i Sunbary Pa Aug 29 for D Harvey M Seeker superintendent of Mary M Packer died at his yesterday at trie ace of 60 He nas born in Hanover and received his education at burg College and the University of Medical School A ber 01 the surgical of Hospital at Danville for several years in 1898 Hta widow a daughter Miv Anna Louise Jh he arrt Dove Shooting Legal Friday And Squirrels Sept 15 NOV 15 RABBIT TIE county who haw found summer season far from likeable are storing their rods and lines and looking ahead to tht hunting season for which they hive Tht begins Friday hunters are in UM mi- here of tbt Frederick countr waiting Tor UM squirrel which two weeks The call to the woods ha out many prospective hunters and at noon today MO county hunting had been issued at toe office of Clerk of Court This number is approximately 300 more than a week ago and weie In a short waiting line at different times The county license fee is The statewide fee U IS while the non- resident statewide fee to A few licenses have been sold in UM latter classes but far seem to prefer to hunt at home Dealers In sporting goods have had a number of sakt of shells hunting and other equipment The main hunting season here under way the middle or September when squirrel hunting begins This lasts for ft month then Is closed from October 16 to November IS The squirrel son reopens November 15 running identically with the rabbit quail wild turkey and pheasant season through December 31 The dove season which day through September then is cloud to November IS opening to run with the other seasons One exception has been made this year to the squirrel regulations A landowner or tenant may kill any rels destroying corn on his own lands between August and ber IS Poor Most describe the fishing season which began with trout April 1 and bass June 1 as poor were muddy during a large part of the summer and twit were literally starred in even when not stirred up by rains had a dirty color The Potomac afforded better fishing most of the season SLEEPING SICKNESS HAS KILLED 27 IN NEW YORK New York Aug 29 seven persons have died of sleeping ness in New York city acd 14 others have been affected by the disease since January 1 made public today showed Comparative figures for other normal years were not available In the 1923 outbreak 523 cases were reported for the 12 months Washington Auf Daniel W of the District of Columbia Supreme Court today held uie constitutionality of the culture adjustment act a suit for a temporary in- junction which would restrain Wallace from the cago milk shed agreement he declared Che emergency Justified the law Nell Nugent for the plaintiff an- they would appeal ion Icken OU Hyde Park N Y Auf today named Harold L Secretary ot Interior r the administrator of UM new working agreement for the fe dustry oil the power ot dictator over industry which been In war that led to tod wrecking ot prices M possible is the trator of the works program U Washington Aug dent that the last major ot bla campaign to bring all ladwtrlM the code of fair competition hind Hugh B today to speeding the national drive tor lar with tht into conference On of the NRA for 14 he outlined oc ment to align every employer OU Richmond Va Aug 29 General Assembly today President to modify oi u to permit oil f pay part of the gasoline tax m to preserve competition among along state Ftr War Washington Aug M public works administration lotted to War ment for continuation of flood cental work on the lower to the Navy for tlon and repair work to shore and navy yards Public totaling to be expended largely for tion aod repair work also wen to Treasury Department erans administration the War Depart ment and other government In the allotment to the 000 for at at the Naval Academy VIRGINIA TO ASK HUGE SUM FOR ROAD BUILDING Richmond Va Aug ernor Pollard today opened the way for the General Assembly to grant of for road building In Virginia of ment relief with national industrial recovery act aid Thirty per cent of the cost of labor and materials for the program would be a direct grant from the federal no to be repaid ana would be returned in seven equal Installments beginning in the rate of interest not to exceed four per cent Such a proposal the governor ed out would necessitate the tion of the gasoline tax for succeeding 1936 The joint conference committee ing compromise on the widely differing house and senate beer bills recessed until 215 p m their Job -in- complete DeMoUy Dance Frederick and Hagerstown Chapters Order of are expecting a large attendance tonight at their joint dance to be held in the pavilion from until i o'clock with furnished by Billy Isaacs Commanders from Baltimore The patrons and for the dance will Mr and Mrs O Mr and Mrs Edgar K Moore Mr G Mr and Mrs Harry E Carty Mr and Mrs Albert L Brice Mr and Mrs Arthur Johnston and Mr and Mrs Alton C j u chairman of the WASHINGTON VOTING ON DRY LAW'S REPEAL Seattle Wash 29 hibitionists talked of a surprise in the outcome and forecast an overwhelming victory as Washington expressed its will today on the amendment Washington is the state to vote on the question the preceding V having solidly for repeal Drys professed to be hopeful bat had on their side George E Starr Democratic state chairman II there a representative every district in the state should go for repeal with the possible of the tenth Said Emory Asbury a student at Wilson College Martha fife of our fint President called Lady Washington by Uw men in army This will tte who are We are Ml
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