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News (Newspaper) - September 17, 1959, Frederick, Maryland Weather Forecast cooler low 32-3t with scattered Friday high 55-60. Saturday considerable North to east winds 6-12 this after- noon and Friday and light able Hood Instructor Is Killed In Wreck See Page 34 VOL. 284 Press Run ss Boa TOday i f SEPTEMBER 17, 1959 34 PAGES 5 Frost Seen Likely For Tonight As Mercury Is Expected To Be In 30s Forest Fire Season Begins j fje Loses Very Dry With Only I Inch Rain Get out your winter there's a feeling of frost in the And the frosty feeling is not misleading because the forecaster said scattered frost should strike the area Thus a warm summer has come to an end and if temperatures stay like this until next spring it will be a long hard The temperature reached a 43 degrees but the forecaster said tne mini- mum reading tonight would be 32- 38 causing the frosty con- With the nighttime temperatures on the cold the afternoon temperatures won't be much ter with only a maximum of 50 degrees being forecast for The maximum yesterday was 63 A shower during the night sprinkled of an inch of ram over the area but failed to relieve tender dry conditions existing i Forest Fire Season District Forest Supervisor man Toms issued a warning But Wouldn't You? Wyo. A woman complained a city em- ploye used abusive language after giving her car good with a City Manager Hesry Rofles said a street employe admitted the He told Rofles he lost his only after the Drove around a not en- drove over freshly painted parking area stripes and rammed him from knocking him to the pavement lie said his broom into the air and landed oa the The matter has been Nikita Hopes Sun Shines On S. Relations Herter Gives Plan To End Tensions Addresses Assembly In Major Policy Speech j Aimed At Red Premier I Khrushchev Beauty Wins To Free c- Her Father NEW CHURCH STEEPLE A new steeple has been completed on the Mt. Zion Methodist church at The new addition was necessitated when lightning struck the old steeple during a storm on July 24. The steeple was rebuilt and other sections of the tower were repaired after damaged by the lightning It UNITED f of State Christian A. was covered by The perter today laid down a lightning ran through wires to the to end East-West tension reV of the church and split a peaceful change in the The bolt also ran out economic from the of the church and rebuilt the congregation is now in the cess of remodeling the Rev. Richard D. Thompson is was reported that the damage I pastor of the th e forest fire season Mom solit a Services were fussed the 82-nation, not while contractors m a major The church speech enviously aimed at Soviet Premier Nikita who will speak from the same rostrum Friday While denouncing the use of force by the Communists in and other such as Herter appealed for negotiation of outer space and on such political problems Berlin and the reunification of divided Satellite Designed IS Cut LoOSe From blamed the Colorado Of 1951 In 4-Year Battle With Montana Authorities jj g Jo Rocket Ship Zooms To Flight vear battle to WIG commutation ly Tuesday and persons burning her 30-vear prison etc. now must comply ended successfully for several Jo Ann Jumping the gun on the fire son was a woods fire which The Pardons and ed one-third of an acre of accepting results of a land near Monday after- detector test long sought by Miss 27. recommended Toms said that it was believed be Gov. J. Hugo CAPE Fla. f i EDWARDS AIR FORCE major that the blaze oa the Amanda has signed the commutation United States failed today Calif. rocket ship an appeal Haines property about three miles to put into orbit a satellite de- which later this year may blast a be directed to on the Only processing of parole papers signed for experimenting with a man to the eage or made chev be be Black Ankle was caused by That come this global navigation its first powered flight no more illustration of a Fighting More than an hour after a It skimmed m lor a 200 Khrushchev Pulls Into New York On Hand Outside Train Terminal Along With Swarms Of Security Agents Experimenting With Global Navigation Ship Desert Test Center race of the past 10 but chev are accompanied by Henry clared that the United States re- Cabot as they j gards the forthcoming talks next year as ment illegal squirrel peaceful confirming data has not teet over this desert test center at a.m. NEW YORK Nikita S. Khrushchev hit the big town day in sunny ex- pressing hope a bright sun always would shine on Soviet American The Soviet Premier's deluxe special train from Washington puled into this city of teeming millions at a.m. on the ond ieg of his epochal tour of the United Pennsylvania where the tram swarmed with lice and security So did every other strategic spot on the itinerary laid out for the boss of world A crowd of more than 2.000 was on hand outside the terminal on Seventh waiting for a BUSY DAYS Soviet Premier leave Blair House for a busy day glimpse of the bouncy visitor from I The Soviet boss was greeted by j Richard C. of the Department of Com- and Public who is the city's official The welcome took place in the baggage At the chev's first stop several dred schoolgirls stood on the walk more than an hour before Eisenhower said today his talks j turned out to greet Khrushchev Soviet Premier lined Khrushchev have extremely j interested in seeing but it is too early to Police estimated the turnout nF r -t T- and Mrs of the Soviet for the arms and Mrs. to the party on entire Talks With Extremely Says ASHINGTON estimation very large Washington area to see whether the Kremlin leader compared with an ne succeeded of stace President a news more than a million for Brit- vas Khrushchev's Queen Elizabeth in 1957. with the Union ner deportment indicate he pulled no punches on really is trying to reach The Forest pointed Sentence Suspended burning controlled will extend Another that the Satellite did not go into Much of the flight could be seen until December 15. Tne spring tire from the g r o u n d. Crossfield ag secreta season lasts from March lhe was The riding on a zoomed to 50.000 made some year Hel who was hiking through nation lilted maneuvers while flying a 100-mile The following regulations apply on a summer cleanly off the pad at Canaveral then landed after his fuel but he when burning within two to on the London's at a.m. The second stage Chinese re a r di ng feet of woodland or Montana He was killed rocket engine fired on The black thg material that could ignite a rifle shot in a bunkhouse The Advanced Research and more Herter was Eisenhower's first carry fire to woodlands IT. 1955. The Londons Projects Administration had said zs expected to rocket more than WIth newsmen since the of incorporated it was accidental and that the new navigation system if than 4.000 cWerence on hour and 45 minute Burn Only After 4 p. m. it Corked would be more accurate later tms conference with the Soviet Burning shall be permitted only After release from Montana than any systems now after 4pm and before midnight State Prison at Deer The satellite xx 7th 175 when the ground is covered elder London must return to with Uncontrolled burning is as under the terms of his parole JJ t j He once school and Khrushchev expressed his hope J for sunny his special at a.m. Khrushchev may have a surprise for the United U. S. Secretary of State Verier laid down on behalf of thn United States a designed to end East-West through peaceful exchange military and ic prohibited at all Other regulations to be complied m Morning Accident China Has Shake-Up problem hp T being handled bv U N and his talks hunting season got oft to ty Council and its special Khrushchev at social a slow start m Frederick county ing committee now in the The first Question put to the j with unless there is a break of at ten feet in surrounding the area to be burned which is free of inflammable terial the construction of a fireline at least ten feet wide around the area to be free of inflammable When London entered prison he his ranch near Circle for Frederick City Police reported 10. He filed an appeal which persons slightly injured in one high command of its armed He then appealed to accident in the past 24 forces Marshal Lm Supreme too was At o'clock this morning a a deputy replaced 1951 Mercury coupe driven by shal Peng as in the I'll Question pui 10 noon because of the Asian was whether sees cool weather that has set in. A 1 1 Herter called Red China's inter- any concrete on the weren't quite as many vention in Tibet a of the that doves out as were sighted last TOKYO Red China shook and charged hls Position on Guy regional Colo. game warden for Region 2, said heir to a sizable for- Communist ament repression of fundamental human rights of mat it the hunters who was shot to death and buried still a little bit early to go 7-nr-tc o To announced this Robert Fred Jawkowski of collided with a 1953' Radio driven by Sherman Leslie and other changes without Credit Myers of North Bentz Both of claimed that Pens has been prominent for Testifies Against Some to the fields had detail or come to any good he on that He went on to that provide sufficient with York to prevent the fire from and have at least one The Ox Brush Company of had a green light when the years on the ground until the last spark Frederick will exhibit their full dent occurred at South Bentz and is BALTIMORE line of brushes and sweeps at the South For example 1 Rodion ha VP o a e ly dry and create a A fl Rainfall for the month now totals only of an inch less than a d hardware and allied Sherman L. and Lin both figured in half the month Tne stra closed tion is over 1.000 of America's driver of the second cut the Korean 52. com- g Mel Gary address cut manded Communist Chinese de- and badges whil suns s de- very under rocks in a lonely The body of William Scott tend to migrate south found Wednesday f cool weather hits Garheart sald a general attitude has Wright had but there is still an adequate ij tne slaving Eisenhower and doves in Jie Harold 36 an gam Sept. 24-27 for Get Limit said he Wright jjj the in Carroll county head at Wright's mountain have shot their Wooley told he of ten and hss common-law wife In the Khrushchev heart 32. dragged the body to Wright's made a cross the number of hunters out expensive new sports car and and seen something more of during the middle drove tO 3 place where they nari Sorne sellers fail Predicts Wedding Upset HE HUNGRY For monal Hospital and chanse brought It was reported that there was Premier Gen Lo from is WASHINGTON The around damage to the Myers his post of security e Khrushchev party fortified There was no the ter to become of the army's LONDON man who selves for New York trip damage to the Jawkowski auto- general staff He succeeds Gen a breakfast a large Huang would get married today said the Both of the drivers were of Queen Elizabeth On tne at House ed witn reckless driving fay the MARKET EN the were cucumbers and lettuce along investigating Lt Potts was in the eggs and Corporal inai was the United States and its doesn't really give a true gone for picnics west of an auto- Eisenhower said his first con- tion of what to Garheart Several boulders were rolled ference with Khrushchev dealt The number of hunters lne and cohered with the matter of agenda for the seeking game Saturday should David and ls June 15. Wooley a mutual restatement Dove season in Maryland is days after Wright was positions regarding the The first half which un- seen in will until came to right of the before is made it clear P uci 1S such problems as may fail to give a de- 1_ in will be on he Canip charges and other costs of an auto starts December and a m January o. made out to Wright hours are from 12 noon man w sunset each as near for the public reception said Dr. William dent of the Federation of British the go for breath dunns an interview he will re- member months ago I said the Queen would have an emotional upset in shej and this probably interfered with the wedding j set for Sept. 21 DISPLAY SPACE CAPSULE I WASHINGTON like the one that will cany first American into space will be displayed to the public for the first at the National Guard armory here Sept. 23-25. during a business equipment of Missing fc W small loans He testified before a Legislative Council special committee on re- tail installment an estate believed valued m the of thousands of police It had been left to him by his A tip to the remote termed He indicated canyon 30 miles west of Denver he feels that to be expected WASHINGTON They where tae body was in view of the differences be- nally sot off of busy MacArthur Denver Eva a ecn sia on eral Eisenhower that in Fiank Colbert had boucht the in the area to which she house in the 5000 block of led He was having it moved across the street to a lot he Premier Gets Look At Said he figured he was c -t getting a house for under 1 including UA t Premier Nikita Khrushchev got a Ask Tawes To Extradite 2 For Illegal Dredging ANNAPOLIS Tawes Stricken So is expected to take action soon Patient Takes Wheel on a Charles County request that two Virginians be extradited to Sweden The for trial on charges of sirens went the ambulance m mit K bm Americanize television What he a dredging of oysters in the driver slumped the wheel PoTomac rnc inside tne Papers requesting the lance ft w tior of Kmc anri v n working all night was too A T- c after minutes the t d Th t b th A L.S. who was in Blair E. 39, both of Colonial patient sot off his stretcher 1 8 House midafternoon re- he jOince lhc was Mlp Soviet Ambassador Mikhail Loyd L. the parent ly of a heart ri front of a TV nors executive said the Mobilizing all his the governor probably would act on patient moved the body and j What program or station they the request within the next few lhe ambulance two miles to the HISTORY WILL DECIDE were watching was not disclosed If he it will j WASHINGTON History DOUBLES new cattle erected for 4-H club exhibition at the Frederick Fair doubles the capacity of ipace for 4-H The barn is of con- struction with aluminum It will hold 72 head the same as another barn built at the grounds for use of 4-H club barn wag Photo By Frank J. Reefer completed during the With a record number of animals to bo shown at the fair this the barn is already slated to oe filled to The barn wires 120 feet by 36 sent to Gov. J. Lindsay Almond i Doctors said he is of King and Griffith were BUT DOES HE LIKE pants of a boat fired on by Colo. A land Tidewater Fisheries Com- mission inspectors last April off Colonial Va. Berkeley 31, a third occupant of tht wai will decide whether capitalism or communism is best for the Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev told the Senate Relations political decision has been made Committee by Dist. Atty. lie told a of Colorado wouldn't run for this job L If 11111 iUI MQ tor til tyi applet in Chin I if R What if capitalism wins That's he but added he would have to go along NOW U.S. CITIZEN LOS ANGELES born actress Pamela Mason be- came a U.S. citizen Wednesday She was among 200 persons admitted to citizenship in court Her actor it t R CHIV
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