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News (Newspaper) - October 5, 1955, Frederick, Maryland rocm The Frederick Md October 5 1955 Established 1883 j Every Afternoon Except GREAT SOUTHERN PTC A MFG CO M North Court St Phone MO SUBSCRIPTION FATES copy C cents When paid in Month three months Member Audit Bureau of Circulations at the post office at j erick n second-class WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5 1955 Deaths Funeral for Sara Jane Anders native of town who died Sunday at National Lutheran home Washington were held Tuesday at one o'clock at funeral home in charce of her pastor Rev Stanley Jennings Burial in Lutheran church cemetery tov n bearers were nephews Charles Raymond and Robert Anders Ralph Althouse Paul Althouse and Marcus Baker C O Fuss and Son funeral directors ely attended funeral services Toms who died Give Check For State School Hearing Aids Today In Washington Side Student Growth No change in the last three dec- ades is as great as the growth in m the number of students wno go to thp of N college In the nineteen Oak Tuesday at l m only 4 per cem of the Rev Baker population went on to a higher was a profusion of cation Today fully 30 per cent or ers pallbearers grandsons of the Almost one in three in the same deceased Harry Charles age group go to college Jr Roland and That means that two and a half John Toms Interment in Mount million young people enter college Hope Cemetery Woodsboro G C every year A college education has Barton funeral director become as necessary to advance for Mrs Anoa finance and 90 were held at the in the profession Leesburg Presbyterian Church The 30 per cent figure is ex- last Thursday Services were con- to remain constant in the ducted by the pastor the Rev next decade if not increase The David C Crawford growth will mean Mrs Compher was the oldest at 30 per cent of the member of the Leesburg Church at least five million was a native of Students will be entering college county the daughter of the late Mrs Harry D Axtine Mrs Alma Jane Axline of Harry U A A her home 116 East Seventh street Members of the club plaining the teaching of the hard By DAVID LAWRENCE morning at o'clock a check for for purchase of hearing She pointed out that WASHINGTON At last the 67 years u hearing aids to Superintendent of progress is slow but in many cases cold war has reached climax She wa a daughter of the late Maryland School ior the can speeded the use of an in which the Western nations can John William and Minnie Forrester Deaf Lloyd Ambrosen Tuesday aid although it would not make it once more take the initiative The i Henderson and a member of md then heard Mr Ambrose a hearing child withdrawal of France from the Lutheran church and of the elaborate purpose and method of She pointed out that graduates current sessions of the United Ladies Bible Class 55 of the church working with students at the school speak for themselves saying she tions Assembly in New York school First Mr Ambrose mentioned did not know of a former student at marks the emergence of the West Surviving are her husband eight tne badly in need the school being on charity from the anesthetic of fancied children Mrs Foster R Snoots individual hearing aids saying dents are trained in many security administered last July by David H Axline Glen date had supplied only tions including printing and live the Russians at Geneva Charles L Ho said tnat few of the normal adjusted lives For now the mask has been torn Mrs Thomas L students are deaf and most Mrs Ruth Kinsey president pre- away and the Communists have Broad Theodore K Axline respond to some sound The sided and presented the check to been revealed as the organizers Mrs Albert C Coates on Mr Ambrosen Mrs Mary inside the United Nations of an W Axline students to determine whether or van was program chairman and in- bloc of Asian and son and Mrs Bernard M ot u owning a the Gospelaires Quartet Arab nations growing out of the mons this She was the last would be to the from Carroll county who gave Bandung conference The vote of of her immediate family Sixteen nf thp student to have a hearing selections 28 to 27 in the United Nations one great-grandson aid parents will be notified so Little Miss Wanda Haifley sembly to throw open to a number of nieces and an the purchase In many year-old daughter of one of the sion what France considers an he said havo sani several selections in- internal disaffection cured the expensive items for their eluding the Rosemary Clooney in her colony in The body rests at the funeral home 106 East Church street neral arrangements will be an- M R snd Son directors actually be detrimental in which was well-received by the many of which are under cases audience larian nil or Control the United Mr said there are two Guests included Mrs Ambrosen States Great Britain and j groups of students at the school i Mrs Alice Akers member of the have been defeated and made to hard of hearing and deaf Some are state school faculty Miss Hazel appear as opposed only to the dis- Mrs Margaret P horn with The affliction others secretary to cussion of the question instead Mrs Margaret Delia Ramsburg jt afler suffering a severe tendent Ambrosen and Mrs Betty its implications as a precedent 70 widow of William L president to the But on the very same day burg died at Memorial The takes students ster who introduced her was proclaiming her right to i Hospital at 3 o clock ly at the age of years filA of 12 members sell arms to Egypt and was after a lengthy illness She graders have no vocabulary and Plans were announced for a card daring that any effort to was a daughter of the late John starUng process in learning is party November 9 at All Saints the sale is an interference with Copr 1955 by NEA Series Ire Students wui tunese J Barker salc la for the next decade Jefferson and Sophia Spring and and Marj Ellen Barker slow since they do not recognize Parish Hall The group also voted the internal affairs of Egypt Such ly that is going to double the ComPher who sound of their names He to participate in Operation hypocrisy emphasizes the double mands on present college and uni- in Paeonian Springs versity facilities wilh a nephew niece Mr Mother's You fell off that bench on Methodist church She had been g nephew niece Mr Dr Grayson Kirk President of and Cooper she is Columbia University one of the by nieces and world's greatest universities with hews an enrollment of about 30.000 Pallbearers were Lucas D dents urged private colleges and Phillips Roscoe 8 Rhoads Capt universities to prepare to take their Albert A John Carr share of this expected double en- Lloyd Cooper and John Compher To leave it to Interment was in Union Cemetery supported institutions to absorb the increase alone would in Funeral for Mrs MaUie opinion run the grave risk of wno died Saturday at pairment to their academic J tne home of her daughter Mrs G ards There is opportunity enough j R Koefoed Towson were held both for private and Tuesday morning at the Henry W supported higher institutions More Jenkins funeral home 4905 York facilities and teachers will be Road Baltimore with interment needed to take care of the expected in the Utica church cemetery It increase in enrollment in the col- was erroneously stated that vices were to have been Thursday i morning In addition to Mrs foed she is survived by two other daughters Mrs John W Sent man I and Mrs Allen both of Bishop Commends Elkton and a brother-in-law 1 Newspaper Week j Marshall Miller this city To the Editor of The News CLUB National Newspaper Week i Oct The ZonU me jn business affords the Methodist Church at FrancU Kcy an opportunity to express its Qn evening The tude to the newspapers of the ident Miss Rhoads Pre- Washington Area We arc was read by Mrs not alone for the role played by Thomas Routine reports newspapers in advancing faith by n by he and CQm disseminating news of religion but ed out the school teaches orally mas at Victor Cullen Hospital standard by the Soviets Governor Oil Visit To r w h subjects in Lillian Myers and Mrs Helen in trying to get the Algerian issue I v n k L Ramsburg Jr 30s he some twelve to years ter were named to assist with the aired in the United Nations 1 his hey have city Hallowe'en celebration Mrs toine foreign minister of Continued From Pane One Surviving are three daughters HC remarked on criticism such Mercer was also named as France wisely withdrew his Miss Margaret H Ramsburg institutions receive and said rather man of the cerebral palsy school gation What's more this ups Mrs N Hines than explain the functions and Christmas party pondent is informed that M No His Decision Failure of a mistaken identity tor John H Masser McKaig who plea by Defense A t t o r n e y receives Charles McC Mathias Jr to The dinner meeting which was the doesn't intend to go to Moscow Washington and Mrs Jane nf such a school in ler this city a son William L to its students he would like first one of the fall season this month as planned and neither three brothers Nelson A to have members of the club in held in the Blue and Grey room i does Premier Edgar Faure Bowers lames H and sman visit if the Francis Scott Key Hotel John Bowers this city a U obtain a better understanding Preceding the program Donald B ter Mrs Alice Lamar Margaret Kent the faculty at the school where Dr Ambrosen left Loving Herd Scores sway the judgment of the Court French delegation will go in the highly competitive in the face of two prosecution stein show Overall Dairy Farm witnesses to the owned by Mr and Mrs Graham trary in the coin of g Frederick County near j Allen J Jamison colored Carver nine grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews Funeral services at the funeral home at two o'clock this after- noon Interment in Ml Olivet cemetery Harry E funeral directors i Y r P n r n e xu n Frederick near Al en J Jamison colored Carver h h H nf Tn to Geneva ror the Big Mt took a major share of Apartments on two charts of t who heads Rice president of the eign Conference but this top Their reckless driving and no o continued club spoke in behalf of the in conformity with the desire to RaPK Apple operator's license when he left off in ex- rent Community Chest campaign front alone with i or n ROOCO Carly Co leges and universities Letters To The Editor Mrs James R Reese Morgenthau Resignation Was Quickly Accepted By Truman present a united front alone with i grand champion lemale and their led before Magistrate H Reese j Great Britain sad the Randies Apple El took best Shoemaker Jr in Trial States as against Soviet Russia uddered honors The latter was Court this J France is 100 per cent right in: grand champion last year as well Arrested by City Officer her attitude in pulling out of the j as best uddered The Lovings also j liam A Boone Jr sometime I sessions For the must j had the best dairy herd and first 1 er he had observed Jamison j never be used hy a bloc of nations junior yearling bull j ing in a reckless manner on East as an instrument of Frank G Remsberg near All Saints street the defendant provoke a war j showed the senior and i disclaimed the officer's has a wonderful grand champion Holstein bull and i charge that he was driving the turn the tables on the took the produce of dam ribbon car in question and that Russians He might agree in- Roscoe T Jr LeGore j it may have been his brother who principle of discussion j exhibited the junior champion bull j was the same build as or any other problem i and junior get of sire group Ray he and owned a pair of that kind in North Africa if it j H Smith and Son near Frederick color pants identical to his The be demonstrated that the j had the best three females and j loud luted trousers were one of senior get of sire blue ribbons i the principal items used in Jamison's identity in the Ayrshire The went to Howard Clark and of are grateful in addition because the j Tne of wjn bg al he o u w newspapers in courageously in Middletown ing upon a free press make where a will serve basic contribution to civil liberty i hostesses and to the maintenance of religious liberty which in the long run is fundamental to all freedom i She was a daughter of Mrs Sarah tion on the spot after refusing to of the Morgenthau plan Butts Boonsboro and the late take Morgenthau to the 1945 fn New York Morgenthau said Jacob C Foreman and was a i dam conference he would have no comment member of the Beaver Creek i Truman tells the the time being can Christian church closed story of de- In talking about the vice Surviving besides her mother and parture from the Cabinet in the dency in which he served husband are the following latest installment of his memoirs about three says Rev James R Reese South They are being published by Life he feels that office should be ai n 11 TI i- f limned 11115111 tu anu or 115 anci costs Reynolds Shiri Ever Sincerely yours maneuvering of 11 years o Washington Oct 3 Weddings Miss Violet Irene Rice daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles L Rice near Ijamsville and James L Jr son of Mr and Mrs James L Crummitt Sr this city were married in the Mt Carmel Methodist church August 20 at in the evening Rev Charles E Harney pastor of the bride The bride was given in marriage by her father The bride was attired in a less street length white sown of lace and carried a bouquet ot white roses The maid of honor Miss Pauline Crummitt sister of the groom wore a pink strapless gown with pink lace and carried a quet of mixed asters The bridegroom chose man his brother Albert Crummitt of this city Ushers were James Neal near Frederick and Robert Rice brother of the bride Mrs Edward Pearl was pianist The altar was decorated with a ting of palms and along with a basket of mixed summer flowers Mrs Pearl played tional wedding marches and companied the soloist John kins A reception was held immediately after Deciding in the Sunday School room of the church on a short wedding trip to southern Pennsylvania Tne bride is a of erick High School and ih em- ployed at the Frederick Gas Co Tne groom attended crick High School and is now inz with the L S Air Force He presently stationed in Illinois Konis Mane- Bishop of Esta Bishop of B wick and William R of Mr and Herbert H Ja of Va married in Lutheran a m bv the pastor The Rev H ler r'inr -i used Tne ide attended High School for three n the family to and she graduated wick High in presently employed by hc C P Telephone Office in The groom burg Hich School in employed in the in Leesburg They left for f trip to New anci on return will reside with the s ents in Leesburg i limn me i Of The News Oct S 1905 i MASTER RALPH ER son of Mr Abram J West Fourth street while in the yard at his home fell broke his bone MR MORGAN P OF j Knoxville and Dr Charles G this city while in the Potomac at Knoxville made the biggest catch of the i season They landed 24 bass two of which weighed over four pounds i A CROWDED HOUSE GREETED The Two Johns at City Opera i House and the audience was kept in an excellent humor MR CHARLES LEASE HAS RE- the contract to model the property recently purchased by Mr Charles F i Knock on South Market street from Mr Mathias E and commenced work today An attractive storeroom will be made in front of the building TR USTE ES OF THE Fahrney Memorial Home For The Aged of the Dunkard church closed a deal for acres of land at Washington county contiguous tfi the old folks home Tho land was bought from the heirs in Chicago nf ihp late Dr Fahrney who just before He died save the brick and one and a acres ad- home Two brothers William Foreman and Martin Butts both illness of Hagerstown Seven sisters Truman also recalls so survive Mrs Lloyd stances leading to his er Mrs Samuel nation as vice presidential Truman says he balked at mu Mrs i Franklin D Roosevelt on whose j tion until he was convinced he was Mrs death in 1945 Truman rose to the Roosevelt's personal choice He Minnie Grams Mrs presidency says he became convinced after Myrtle Rice Mrs And he harks back to listening in on a telephone con- Lidia Lipps six i diplomatic versation between Roosevelt and grandchildren also survive ence that he says indicated the then Democratic National be taken fully into the but wnich have j Awards to Hill included n dent s confidence ost their liberties and their champion bull junior to usurpation of j female senior and grand md by the i d R Mailer Boonsboro Icr Ridenour Certainly there is little use rels to Bar Kees if i Livezey Jr Angus show prey to the Com- j champion and the birth of their third child and William at and Mrs Kenneth of Myersville announce the influence in and i bulls champion and reserve a bny 6 IDS 14 oz and a girl weighing 5 Aberdeen j were the Friends may call at the funeral late Russian Premier Josef Stalin man Robert Hannegan now dead rather than dimin pion females and et of sire rih home in tonight from 7 expressed doubts about the Yalta Touching on the controversial This nas just happened bons William D 13 30 to o'clock Funeral services agreement alta Truman quotes and Israel As long i head Farms showed the best pair Frederick Memorial Hospital Thursday from Beavor Creek sponsor of a a he received from as totalitarianism of calves Mrs Brandenburg was the former tian Church at 2 o'clock conducted Plan to turn industrial Germany Harry L Hopkins his special tne worW been Sweep Hereford Show after conversations by Rev J H Knibb and Rev then prostrate in defeat into an Charles H Funk Interment in Mt country While plans with Stalin The cablegram as Lena cemetery F Bast ere being made for the Potsdam quoted by Truman mti Sons funeral Shirley Schroyer of Mr Farms Lewisburg Schroyer of Va accounted for all ville Both mother and twins arc D Darby Jr conference of Russian British Stalin repeated the statement of ils charter it must makc sure champion and thal M wnich are champion bulls champion and re- Harry Dunbar Darby Jr died But he ne for going to war against Japan safe for any democracy If the United Nations moreover is to remain true to the principles prizes in the Hereford show anc are expected luime week Mr and Mrs John J McEwen Morgenthau asked to go people must have a good reason Ve free oF cha n T c of are Hill no c ho f i morning at his home at Beallsville aged eight years Me was a son of Dunhar and Emily Darby and is survived by his parents one brother was badly States much more so than in Potsdam He replied that it was and ness of the j to agree to the Yalta i Inevitably Soviet Russia sire and pair of calves on the birth of a i he sary for him to go and that if he thine he could to and a sister Donna he llave to quit tion of China under the Jean at home Chiang I The body rests at the funeral home in Barnesville where neral services will he held day morning at 11 o'clock j od by interment in 10 p m C M X C i Of William B Hilton funeral director Aliss S Kimtnel Miss Mary S formerly Wissler Miss Jessie L Wissler of as an aggressor comes up for trial The poultry show is one of the ten 3 at Her in best in the east again and the 4-H ick Memorial Hospital 1 n War and in poultry is bigger than and sending arms and supplies last year Joe Hubble of Myersville son avenue to the Chinese Communists so they champion old trio of nave returned from Detroit Mich could intervene against the United Barred Rocks champion cockerel here they visited their Nations in that war is well known white Leghorn champion pen of daughter Dr and Mrs C The world would have an New and the lon Galloway to discuss all these subjects i pion trio Mr Grover R Ponton 47 East Honored At Wilmington if the French chose Compher Ballenger took Third street will observe his 43rd t- now to accept the principle of dis- for brown and birthday today C Alonzo Rice a native cussion on condition that priority Raymond Burtner was first is given to the many instances t Grossnickle with who taught art Pa High School r f 25 years died Monday at hosl of in this area through aspirations in the countries behind won the tractor Homewood She was Periodic visits through the years the Iron Curtain Certainly if jn lry daughter of the late Rev Henry was honored in his et Russia were wiling to open P Franklin Burrier in of near New London died at the d A Everhart ed of Del to b-v a United his fifth was H X 1 rt n i 11111 111 l w 11 I I 11 u 1 Among The Sick Mr Marshall H Stockman Sr West South street remains in an conditioned HI his Nursing Home Woodbine of anri was a member of Tuesday morning after an illness he Evangelical and Reformed day evening when he guest of a graduate of the School of Design in Philadelphia GIVEN Norman D Coombs Jr 21 illon O was by City lice last night for mp in the city Officer Paul summoned Coombs at a ir on East Patrick street The Ohio msa posted collateral i Twenty Years Ago Items From The Columns Of The News Oct S IRM H B 1203 Market street escaped ed his automobile wrecked when it with a and Frederick ay street cnv at the iion of Wilson and FOH THF of an ior Truck Company long o n a PA project for Frederick fire was he BOXCARS HAD by Ohio nf Frederick tion destroyed by fire i- t- n i it be- lire have set r ar ork KH PERSONS A'l'iKNDKO ir F: v nf Lutheran church v he of h club hold family Surviving are two Robert Chicago 111 of several weeks She was 85 old Miss was a daughter of the late Anthony and Mary Morgan 11111 grand- General Anthony Kimmel who was 1 er in the Now Market district and on Farm thf was horn She was he member of her immediate family hu is vived by four nieces Mrs nor Hall Miss Mary S ind Miss Baltimore and Mrs Mary She was a member of Grace Episcopal Church New Market The body is at the New Market home friends may call will a funeral home at i p Rev Leon P F in director aim i -i lions commission all the denials of Diehard Allen has and the enforced slavery Thc competition twelve of Miss Wissler at a testimonial dinner at- of individuals in Latvia Lithuania efi a Britten test practical CK ended by -U of his and for- Estonia Poland Roumania operation and mer associates of Delaware dis- Eary Bulgaria and something The racing starting at smith S- v trom which he is retiring to rid the world of the p m included or r 0 i nn 1 a ion nn 1 r i ill I U I A his retirement after years worst kind of colonialism that pre- eight heats of harness events and and Dr Theodore of service with the department Mr vails there today Iwo running races for county Gettysburg Pa Rice was chief of the review of By insisting that they will dis- ed horses The grandstand acts Friends may call at the funeral tne division a position he has cuss North Africa after the safety were Well received yesterday They home in Thurmont where for the past three years Prior of the peoples in the satellite include trained hears a comedy vices will be conducted Thursday to that he was agent countries of Eastern Europe is dance trio musical variety A brother-in-law of Prof Charles the French can strike a real and a flying act will be C T Stun near Frederick retired for human freedom in the supervisor of instrumental music in propaganda battles of the cold here the schools of this county Kice war attended the local schools For- despite smiles of he inc from the Boy's High School in Russians during the Geneva Con- and attended the Washington ference and since then in uhat School of He is a nowadays is ironically described eran of World War I and at the hy Moscow broadcasts as the close of war joined the staff of Geneva spirit the Communists the Uav Risk Insurance Office have been the tension in the cold war They have ex- the North African situation at o'clock by Rev K D Bright Interment in Brethren cemetery M L Creaser and Son directors sons and h Charles W Smith Jr No valuation placed nn estate and the Frederick Rand will parade anri the that is as rood as any ever seen Thursday and will return Friday Parade Of Floats a colorful Mi and FFA parade The annual livestock cavalcade floats added The Audience YORK k near E Falconer funeral Smith died F Memorial the from kouis lias answered he question on the HS si v e a w 1 y Question which is nou a part of he Veterans His long career with to he The ho Revenue Bureau in from the continent and thus NATO T liave ed fuel to the flames between two ALL too r he an employe in the lie the by starine national office of the Bureau in I It hf Cleveland Washington and later served an in- Tuesday Indians who ended Yankee record allies of the West Turkey and Greece Now have taken sides j Joe term in the Bureau's moie office before to in controversy by Most nf his had streak 2 Al the Tho supper for v huh the club at the Frederick Born in Howard County v as the son 01 the late Sarah Ann Smith A number nieces and ins only T to he At i in the body he he anti to Methodist in imp lor rites which at 2 p rn Rev J Hoover ins Jim Jr was he relief pitcher o hold DiMaggio hitless Master of ceremonies tiai in Mr Rice is a -on of Mrs Ida M Rice of and the Charles A Rice and maintains shin in he Bethel e some help last nicht Lutheran church apparently inadvertently Hi mi saui I've cot it in inv bji 1 can't nf March broke The pitcher was AI Smith and he u TS relieved hy imi March Mien turned to tho em t- Thais a hint that was mv his graduation from hieh school he was employed for a brief period the Citizens National Hank DEAD riO veteran baseball writer for ihp Philadelphia and a in Pine Friends may call a he then named Jim Bagby former major pitcher died field funeral home between 7 and Jr at his home yesterday offering 10 arm Egypt for war This has increased the tension in the Middle East The relaxation of tension in the world therefore been torpedoed by Moscow government Hence ties are opened up for the West 10 place the blame squarely on the Communist anri tors and thus show the oppressed peoples that the West not only has not forgotten them but is alert to the true and purpose be- hind the Soviet of so-called doctrine of peaceful existence Copyright 1955 New York Id Ine i
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