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News (Newspaper) - September 14, 1959, Frederick, Maryland Weather forecast Cool low in 50s. day high 75-SO. Wednesday little change in Northeast to east winds 5-15 i tonight and Mississippi Girl Is America Page 11 VOL. 281 Taxpayers Give Views On 475-25' Meeting Set For 7.30 Brigadoon Votes Support Of Old Assessment Policy Press Kan I Today t l SEPTEMBER 14, 1959 16 PAGES 5 CENTS The located in the Francis Scott Hotel uas sold by Samuel to Stephen Serepca for an undisclosed It was an- that the will operated by Mr. Serepca end of the month at which 'the present lease runs It is j doubtful whether the option will i be picked up by the new The Haberdashery has been in Soviet Moon Feat Widely Acclaimed Lunar Probe Hailed As Remarkable Job Of Marksmanship By Scientists MOSCOW Nikita Damaged In Brunswick Fire operation for thirty-five Taxpayers get their chance to having opened at the same time tonight on an as the The tradition of fine Khrushchev is flying to tt ment policy known as clothes which was instituted ton Tuesday amid worldwide The public gathering will open at Ward and Spear seems to be claim for the Soviet feat of the Court ing an a rocket on the The repealed by the city The of Mr. Weeker and Board Aldermen in 1959. is a. are but he Congratulations streamed m form of incentive for private they will continue to reside at from the six continents for It became known as the their Braddock Heights development in the conquest policy in the Stephen Serepca learned the ing up of the city's j clothing business from his n uere the developers met the initial Henry Serepca who is the American scientists uere and then were Henry's Inc. on North first to haU tne the The Mr. Serepca started the 860-pound lunar probe as j did this by paying the business twenty-two years ago and remarkable job ot scientific 75 percent of the taxes and is now son and receipts from the newly developed The official reaction ot tne i It was announced that the Aeronautics and Asks Committee will con- Administration was summed up m. The Board of Directors of the the end of the month Washington by us deputy Frederick Junior Chamber of at time remaining stock Dr. Hugh merce last Friday passed a will be remOved to the store Scientists j tion favoring appointment of a have followed wirn by the Mayor to study the This committee would be within the framework the Study the resolution me resolution asked the Board of Aldermen withhold an action on the policy until after the f committee files a Aldermen William B. Robert E. Sr. have gone on record against of the while J. William president of the County Chapter of National Sponsor I the travel of the Soviet lunar to its impact with the j wish to congratulate our I scientists and i their success in this forward in the exploration of FIRE GUTTED STORE The I hope that the store building owned by obtained in this flight be available for study by the of all i The Soviet news agency Tass 3 Children Are Rescued Bv Firemen Bottled Gas Tanks Spreading Damage May i Hit i A that raged for about an hour and one-half in Brunswick last night destroyed three houses and gutted a large Damage was estimated this morning between and According to firemen all of the properties were owned by Mrs. William The blaze apparently started in Photo by Frank J. kitchen area of a weatherboard fire were three one port the store building is covered on Virginia ering the store on Potomac The it Two bottled gas tanks on new and two bordering the store j was will have to be torn of the s. William was gutted ted and destroyed by the j on Virginia Firemen re- flames sprawling the Wenner Store property which is located on the corner of avenue and Potomac Six more bottled gas containers by a fire which started late day night in Also jn 7 T T picked up a British quoting Weather r Writes LaSh Prizes To director of the Be Increased Will Continue Shrouded exploded flames some 200 feet into the The fire then Builders favors 1 n r A oared to a rifleman hitting I j spread to a house the return te her Ot 29 eye of a fly at a distance of clear weather seems toi A poem written by a native Mrs. Maria Briscoe Calif. Wenner store on Potomac Wants Policy Renewed it w-s tod a be here Io With the was selected State and Max Lord Motherwell arrived in Rescue The Civic Association from the summer weather coming to an among 40 contest entries to Baltimore city who today face a charge of Xo injuries were consists of 42 households the Junior Chamber held a meeting on September 13; of and voted unanimously to Thursday night and urge a renewal of the 75-25; spokesman said proved to be Kenneth H. night for the celebration ident of the reported i f ar as that 45 persons were present at the He was authorized to port the action of the Association to the first regular or special meeting j of the Board of Aldermen and to alii other persons or groups Mr. stated in a policy which permit us as taxpayers and voters to obtain homes in the and for our children and friends to not have to pay an exorbitant cost in obtaining We realize that Radio Budapest said abrupt end over tise to Soviet Premier native of announced the slaying Mrs. Pearl Ida a Firemen however made an heroic ft I TIT In f. tn I ctt TV f1 and stopped on express this a new crater Junior Chamber nf f r Sana ana TOCK 01 oe a 31- wuu iu lisa c OL d j u. uaier than years was a florist in Never a day has dawned him in An From Britain's major I Rev. Mr. Hermann wasj transient time began i Secrecy shrouded a A high temperature of 79 born in this fraught with untold fear of flight to San Francisco and their expected today One line in the winning war's destructive 170-mile the that has T Pf o f tte huge radio at be struck a prophetic The has hope so burned within and photographers ler had no inkling of the the heart of man i American Airlines as in Francisco International failed to spot ui 4. r. have grown the accompanying ine and firemen were party arrived here at 2 a.m. io lhe to me air Sunday afternoon as reached the 77 degree J scientists can reach the reading of 73; and 72 A hallway temporarily suppliers of our bomes outside community is an place to We are thankful the conveniences we homes we live in were minimum to be strucK a su met an The impact er had no inkling of the coming j the heart of man i American Airlines flight at San t h firemen accurately positioned noted shot to the yet peace and brotherhood as in Francisco International Airport moon matters then ifj fateful failed to spot Motherwell millions of their vet was booked into to hope's thin I r S e- as time moves i Mrs. Putney's killing was tne fire Must bombs and man's covered Aug. 16. a year and of ine m tion be a after she disappeared on a tos 21 years as Must life for- tour from sala tne fed fay the ex- be a ton with Tourists Sas tanks literally gobbled stall and dally with the pine cones 28 miles eass of UP everything in its i The hour of doom found the 72-year-old He other than attempting to seep the fire from spreading have been Congress Edges bright blue and practically rp j day W 1 Bl U aie for parade rhere -less for me past n Prizes Larger Aleksandr director remain Ae same plans stand Gaver tne Astronomical days according to ed out that prizes heard in London He over Moscow 1 1 l munity to the are a great deal less than the older portions of tr The city will soon enjoy the full tax revenues of our ties and have less costs in We certainly will not object to a tax cost which in turn help an orderly growth of 12 Nabbed For Violations On Store CENTRE Md. Queen Annes County State's Atty. James E. Thompson says al arrests may follow the 12 made Saturday night on liquor law State Police raided nine and a private residence in the places were hit in a simultaneous raid at 11 p.m. and the other occurred about two hours All but two of those arrested posted Xo date was set for the hearing on charges of ful sale of alcoholic sales without possession and selling on State's Atty. Deputy Sheriff Waiter E. Clough and Trial Magistrate W.C. Mitchell joined in the raid by 28 troopers in 14 The raiding officers carried search Confiscated were six cases of two cases of one case of wine and a slot Thompson said the raids came er weeks of investigation by cloth a ana roes ta House ing- a couple of days of rain will ing its legislative s. Gaver that capability for such is 3.56 will be made In this comes as no the near future it is hoped to The Russians were clearly Will iNot a complete list of classes offered lighted about the success of -t g. competition along with names effort in the enhancement of of some of the participating Viet prestige as Khrushchev pared to start his exchange steel strike resume today in 1shadow of a that it will not Heed now this shred of man s i complete action on a last and give foreign aid it approved in stance But there was no terminal 4-V IS with her death and has done in squelching it in the burning said he knows nothing of He said that the ciry cash and securities which Mrs. plus the Putney had carried on their fed the houses facing on Virginia will not were completely destroyed of man's comes this all scale against the comm verbal Qf nor Low Bidder Forecast 3y The Associated Press jas well as the house on Potomac i Most of the merchandise in the 50 by 75 foor store was considered a F. Wuson and Sons is Also were parent low bidder to construct in an apartment over the i sewer system in College Estates at store area pared to start his exchange of longest Potential EAST. Md. A It was reported however that the visits with President in on 40 robbed of The PROPERTY WITHDRAWN that it will not this A property on United Union rne bid Wilson and Sons of I frame of the Wenner Store warning from early state police re- Brookeville in j ing could probably be j 4... A 3 o c by two men armed with was one of three opened by K. from ia standing caliber automatic and a long G. Construction Company in forts to compromise butcher Board of Alderman room at Of statement while appearing witn its Mike w owner of the a.m. Actins City Engineer j Cannon said thi television program of overseas told troopers he and a Sykes was check at the TJO ino this was done the the rear of the place Second low bid on the sewer that the about midnight when ject was by Richard F. Kline by the firemen rear door opened and the men Company of Frederick at n in ne Plenty Of Water his morning that reservoir that the large amount of wate Temperatures are expected which David J. McDonald near or slightly the Frederick Paint with little day to was withdrawn from Generally fair sale this morning He said the union does not in- Once was done the the the Normal bid reached only tend to back down on its could go temperatures are 75 to SO. Lows Harper Magnolia for wases and its Money items for foreign aid and more C. William of about was third with a bid of j Saturday night all efforts and had a long scar on his summer naa the appropriations by its th j Bui before a final vote on the cross-eyed could be the Senate and the little finger on his left b- Principal items of construction o A woman the residents uere to h. new source of water from the V. S. Strategy For Khrushchev Talks jhan to dispose of the civil rights hand ivas The started The diner owner said third WASHINGTON Eisenhower and other officials today J cussed all aspects of the Eisenhower will start day with Soviet Premier N President for our recently against India While American scientists con- the major cause Rights Commission v OF RIVERS at Frederick at Harpers Shenandoah at Harpers report Md. ex- 78th Maryland State out ended a 13-day i teet ot T auu The six and inch vitrified clav from this pumpers sought the Storm 218 lineal feet of tribute to those fire Robert B. Anderson and official Washington covered in the talks he and U.S. ambassador The space shot will hold here the Soviet clearly timed to glorify Soviets day afternoon and late next WUL d traded 286.372 persons to its inch re-inforced concrete Aho He said not civil shows and blaze After the low bid bv and assurances will take up the expected It- 4.1IV. officials also sat in. for Khrushchev on the eve of his turn from a tour around the The group explored The problems include call up fairgrounds m Ithe talks Nevertheless this new first Berlin and the future Mediately if necessary to The 12-day race meeting the Soviet premier's re- for Khrushchev on the eve of his turn from a tour around the next They were pre- to lhe record in the men at its Thursday night Two Touchy Subjects science in the space of and the situation in the fans who bet At- WEE WOMEN obedient child always listens to his father no matter stupid the The House also passed an tendance at the track was down between the fixing Per f House Tuesday afternoon for Secretary of State Christian and American approaches of compared to f INVESTIGATION I OCEAN Md. Two Three bovs who ran might have SIi u barracks with first for which 90 and Under already Soviet utes was been Set That will be shortly after control ersy the 1960 race and a congressional the Communist chieftain packing the prestige of the viet's new scientific the weekend bullseye shot to the Dillon on plans and for several days I for Khrushchev's visit has been building up great ex- nf fho nf On Jan. gress l7 the of a was thP from three Saturday Fark laSt weie was necessary because the filed from three Saturday In response to While House press secretary James C. Hagerty described today's ing as a general type of session the President and Meanwhile members of the ate Foreign Relations Committee the American officials were working on their own been playing down hopes of which falls next year on a for entertaining chev at an hour-long tea party Wednesday They want to find out kind of man he major ISSUES UP Asst. Secretary of State NEW YORK The cis 0. Wilcox cautioned Sunday ence issues spurted in a night in a Nrw York speech that said Chairman while he not pessimistic and they warfl about Khrushchev's visit one to ask him some tough questions i ought to look for mixed stock market early today in response to news that the sians had landed a rocket on the instead of the usual in tion to the always profitable Labor reported today Some sources Maryland last a it Democrat me sources FINDS MOON GORGE BALTIMORE An astro- nautical W. Ray says he has evidence of a corse 1.000 miles long and to one-half a mile wide on the of the SIGNS LABOR WASHINGTON the story may be a V i u the City Police report they to annual continuing the party s bers adopted a resolution favoring an uninstructed Maryland tion to next year's presidential Eisenhower today signed into the regulating internal affairs also expressed displeasure of labor unions and limiting their boycott and picketing with
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