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   Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - July 10, 1935, Frederick, Maryland                                Wtathcr TUmy Fair. High, tl; Low, W. Be careful ot your eoorciMtioe. goes from your eocvenaUofi pleased be pieued mb 700. Vol. XXV._No. 180. ASSOCIATED HUESS FBEDEBICK, MD. WEDNESDAY MOKWIKG, JULY 10, 1935. TEX FACES TODAY TWO com PUT ISKSSSSffir'NEi TAX PLAN OUT BY CREDIT BE KEPT TO Heights. UNIT IN 18 MOSi FIRST "D R A F T" BOTH HOUSES IN UTILITIES DISPUTE tock Heights. elected officers aad directors of the Frederick Lions Club will be installed at a -Ladies' Night" meet- ing to be held Thursday evening at 7 o'clock at th< Wins Prelim- InresiixatMH Ot lobbriaf For And Ajainst Rewnelt Bill Knolls la Bitter Debate. By Presi. Washington. July 9. The is- sue tocay evolved both houses of Congress in bitter dispute and brought BOY'S STORY 0 Fading Operations In START CAMPAIGN BEATING BY HIS County Strike RecordLowTQ HALT DISEASE IN FLOOD REGION EMPLOYER LIE Construction Work Here _______ For Six Months Valued Mother Says She Whipped Promptly Local Secre- tary Says. 'special features at the meeting. ip_. T I The installation be conducted' Inar7 Victory TO Limit by Past President Charles f. Seeger.' Past President A. Frank Miller n-ill present to the charter members of the club a special distinguished sen-ice i8? Scope Of Program. win present ten-year chevrons to the' v Approximately in loans, principally" to fanners of Frederick. Carrdl. Washington and Montgomery counties, has been distributed through the local office of the Frederick ciucuon Credit. Tiicciis 5. Shipley Anderson, secretary, its set-up There will be other entertainment a: Associated the Child, Sent Him To involved, the Senate agreed, upon an indirect vote tomorrow on the mandatory abolition of "unneces- sary" utility holding companies., At 3 He Jumped. ildtng operations ty struct .DW An investigation by county authon- marker. Past President R. B. Wolfe' Washington, July Roose- Nerves were just as frayed as the ties Tuesday completely contradicted sessraests -ax P-' ?re- completed debate on the com- the story of 13-year-old Samuel Hood, in Fr 'Ounty struct .DW the first haif of the present year, a survey of permits issued by the city engineer and tne super, isor of as- revealed Tuesday. Con- srk f Dr th? six months June 30 dropped off year. I Other homes for which permits were' issued: J3hn Engelbrecht. Fairviea' avenue, two-story duelling, Wizard S. Xorva avenue, bungalow Charles C. Masser.' Sherman avenue. bungs.' j Mrs. Lucy Wilson, Ce: street, bungalow, I Remodeling work and construction of inciuded the improve-j rcen; of the oM Methodist church} property on East Church street by And Federal Agen- cies At Work In Up- State New York. R. R. Lewis, at a cost of S5.000; modeling at the residence of Mrs. i Glenn H. Worthingtan. Rscard for three apartments. I By Associated Press. Albany, Jf. V, July and as a branch of the Farm Credit Ad- ministration, Washington, D. C.. Jan- uary, 1934. Many of the borrowers have repaid their loans in full while others are making monthly payments. thus liquidating their indebtedness in a satisfactory manner. About 1T5 been made at the local office, ranging from to S3.000. an average of approximate- j 2y While borrowers are given I from one to three years to repay the raeetinj. a fiery political discussion straws of the President's leadership in been severely beaten by a prominent i Both city and county operations. a neir cu-ring 'oorn and' TO COITifoSt tilt OI recedisg nood left Sew York KM forty dead. missing ana property M, J, GROVE CO, TO FURLOUGH 200 for and against deal policies. Congress. i the House ways and means committee locked its doors and voted to limit present tacitlv the resultant tne things outlined in the President's tax message. That suggested new or increased taxes on inheritances, gifts. corporation and individual incomes. The Limit But while Mr. Roosevelt mentioned New Market farmer because he pull- j showed decreasss. according weU MERCURY CLIMBS 91 DECS, Approximately 200 road workers of that when the time to write As rain clouds broke here early sorse was a" :-0- j m :he and a F. held by 1933. j Shipley's, North Market street, cost- as far as could be as- Sorne of the men have _ _ _. .individual income of and their obligations most of the loans KOafl. JJUlidmg Depart- over, the committee's action was not made with maturities not ex- 1 TW-II o rv is setting a si.OQO.OOO weeding one year. Mr. Anderson stat- jment Will Suspend Opel- J stopping point. i rd that a large percentage of those Chairman Daujhtca. who applied for loans were accom- 3110115 Indefinitely. North Carolina reported the agree- modated as they were able to comply__________ rnent was "unanimous" Ke pre- with the government's plan for re- payment. The raoaey borrowed j. Grove Ccmpanv uiil used for the paj-ment of old obhga- I Satu-Tia'- to- an i-de- aoas and for the purchase of such anj-.g farm necessities as livestock, fertilizer, j machinery, feed, seed and whatever need the average farmer might ha-.e i ror t for ready funds. As an example of benefits that have accrued from tak- Ing ad-.-antage of the loans. Mr. An- cerson said in -various 1.1 sunoes per- sons encumbered by obligations have not only liquidated ther indebtedness j but have restocked their farms, paid oS their loans and have started anew under far more favorable conditions. Much of the in loans has been placed ia this county. When the local ofSce was Srst established Allegany and embraced in lion. These counties have are attached to another district leav- iriA Frederick. Carroll. Washington had whipped the child Monday af'.er- noon Eiziti piiry to 02 i the second floor of their home. The boy made a quick exit from the house leaping from the second swry win- f. _. cow and apparentlv concocted his Bam ClOUdS Clear Away; of receiving a beanng on the way to his city. ,10i000iOC0. in unusuai.y .on nsure for the half year of 1933. The de- crease over last year was The city operations, the largest decrease. They id to S72.275.50 for -J W. 0. Thinks It'll Be Fair Today. :e half year, 1934. and for this year, I a loss of County opera- J It was also learned that the youth I popped to the is now out on probation and will be of a given a hearing before Juvenile Court j later this summer in connection with gQiag_ 1M5 t-so apartments in cwelling of Lsna Angevme West South street, i remodeling the building of Dr. H. M. Rau. S35-37 Nor.h Market. fprv naturally.' Other Bufldinj Projects Other building work included the placing of eight bowiinj alleys and a skating rink at Well Bros.. Inc., North Market street, a; a cost of i Nearly 3.000 were homeless. Northern devastated Herbert H. public the h precautions that should be tak- en and explained what the state agencies are doing to relieve the suf- fering. A state wide radio hook-up Dr. Thomas H. Par-ran, Jr., State warned per- :-stncken area to boil 000: repairing 5re Frederick County immediate problem is to rem- camage at water supplies." he said. Nations! Bani placing new store bill attempts to insert other levies Tuesdav morning with a final flurrv those outlmed bv the President a Bearing on the charge some Qf would fai It developed, however, that the for the company i agreement was "unanimous" only be- years. The furlough af- cause all the Republican commiiiee- raert and Hep. Thompson. Democrat, Uliaois, refrained from voting. The Republican explanation-was that the 1 Democrats. 7.20 outnumoered them t 13 to 7. were going to write the bill anyway. Thompson declined to ex- cornpletion j plain his reasons, but it was recaKed his constituents ago in treaty but, because of s entire road or- aad will of all road equipment from service. J. Grove, president of the .ny, stated Tuesday night thst i dunas the past month. Low Permit Record to .07 inches, the temperature back into the SO-degree class a day's lapse, and jumped se-.en boy no; been a- the j grees from Monday's maximum to 91.' which he referred -.o in his Partly cloudy to clear skies are pre- i slory Monday night Apparently ns dieted for today, with a further in- i had been in the vicinity of his own crease in temperature. home most of the cay and, after Low barometric pressure, responsi- leaping from the -window, -walked to bie for Monday's heavy downpours _ Frederick and, for some unexplained and the flood condition in northeast j reason, blamed his injuries oa the j Maryland, was centered just east of :cew Market resident. -oar Delaware Tuesday. Dunne the early! T-. totaling little over and S1.200 respectively; he C. Cliae and on Sass Patrick cnstinz Sl.OOO: m which became most apparent i erest.oa of a building for killing aad packing of poultry by the Farmers Co-operative Association, Inc., on are speeding aid and emergency chlorination apparatus into the sec- tion." In many sections, fire apparatus T-ster from hun- dreds of inundated homes and stag- nant pools to prevent typhoid fever. u autnonttcS" all A new all-tiaie low record for the j Sast South street, aad repairs to issuing of permits was established tne Frederick County Products only four were granted in June iy the city engineer. And these building. SSQO. Permits were issued to build nine counDT_ company's state roed contract that a number of __ aad for that zeuoa it will be neces- j were seeking adjustment of other Tuesc2i'- early K believed that he sustained sary to furlough about men. about rates. ot tce were still gea- his bruises and other minor injuries 125 from the road department which Give and Take Txlk AOaatic States, j vbea te jumped from the window. 1 A total precipitstioa of raore than.He was given shelter st MonKvue Deen cu" for operations garages, most of them, double aad like April ana May, year wouid Haa Juae tnree-car _ affairs tnere were numer- ous permits ,o hang aad othe, The committee's baliotinr followed minor work, including the inevitable embraces the road organnstiori rt acuon becomes aecsssarv. I sible tax schedules estimated to raise The last state read job our company had was the elimination of a This section escaped almost entire- of the probation office. He held to Bocnsboro. i :pany t anywhere from S11S.QOO.OOO to S301.- ,_ "dip" 500.000 annually the committee G o-'n- destroying crops, flooding eel- and inundating railroad tracks.' liciea houses. There were many Aonl was the busiest month for permits for improvements to front :ook j porches and doors. The county work taclttled scarcely any bams, being largely composed of the ciiv engineer for work totaling small houses, many of them buaga- automobiles off the street except those oa urgent business so as to pre- vent raising of germ-laden dust. Fire added to the confusion in the flood zone, destroying five stores and two apartments ia Walton, Delaware through a store and restaurant in the flooded front street section of Binghamton. A third burned two large tanks of a Horaell gasoline storage plaat. favor. and Montgomery in the Frederick As- sooatioa. The method of obtaining j jt jj yj. loons after approval of j iis has been facfiitated to an extent that entire5y ta aartf reara ts j EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE checks arc the local office company has been oe- nc ur T T TT instead of as formerly comics from The naalber oj road work- j Uf W' U' ory until he arrived his home, i The o assess- I .ows. The larger houses buflt IS PUT ON RECORD or headquarters in Baltimore. This i for 50I_C method saved tinie and proved a aded convenience to borrowers. Ail loans are passed upon by a committee, which meets about once a week, com- i ror pnaed of W. W. Hodges, of Moat- the Q, co road buSc5. gomery county, and E. A. Shoemaker, i tap m Mar-.-iana and this Carroll county. Many borrowers have I a ]QSS w fce" as saved discounts on tae purchase ct wcll M and m addition farm equipment by paying cash. 1 and j-jjj, service a larse quantity of road equipment. J We had hoped that sorce road -work j -would be advertised that might have enabled us to keep together oar force j or a part of it. "It is understood tnai lack of state Arrangements Are Made For Sunday July 21. At At Brunswick it was said there was 1 little 10 indicate hard rain in the con- i j dition of the Potomac river. A weigh- j 'master at the bridge said the river i j wss a little full aad slightly cioudy, share Tnlst j c :ht fee: the effects of Established For t'se Of A Sister. Miss Ida F. Renn. merits listed ten permits for March, j eluded- Norman G. Rippeoa, Plane I for a total of S9.380. May was the No. 4, SI.100; H. L. Sailor, state i ottsr busy month in city work. 16 i sanitarium, S1.500; Doaaid L. Bentzel, Bryaa. Ross, The other WILL OF MISS RENN j permit being issued for in Sabaiasvflle, S. I rc DTTT nfJ DCrnpn construction. Frederick. Houte 3, as 40 on highwav coastructioa jieeung-. juiv IL. AI mc .largest expeatLture to obtain cor- dock Heights rnder Union's Auspices, downpour a: Skins some arae today. close-dowa The Monocac? a Jir-Je and executive rnuddy. The stream has been rnucdv' for the past two weeks. contained ia the w-Jl of the ia'e Miss S8f000 CRACK IN LIBERTY BELL 100 YEARS OLD Mayor of Philadelphia Speaks at A county W. C. T. U.. was held in the V M. C. A- reading room on Tuesday maraiag at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Jertats S. JCidd, Cr- baaa, coauty opened the' meeting with -.prayer. Mrs. Jacob'. Shawbaker, cjunty secretary, called the roll aac read the minutes of the county convention held ia Woodsboro ia May. Mrs. W. S. Kindlay had _ reid seme notes of appreciatZon ard fanner County Comtnissiorier John W. Grove, who is rebuilding his fire- Numerous bequests to relatives are i -K-reckeg home in Rosercont at a cost sly few new homes were j houses were for work less than constructed or under coastructioa 000. Permits were issued for two of the year. The {large barns, oae belonging to David was that of j A. Adams, Buckeystowa, a 40-cow affair, costing S3 000. The other was to Mrs. Charles L. Renn, West Pat- rick street extended. Charles oa West Patrick i mi; for a cost of So 000. Anna S. Renn, aear reagavilie. which; a brick buneaiow has been probated and recorded in j stree; extended at the Orphans Court. The will was i---------------------------------------------_ draTcti just 22 vears ago last Monday, j __ After payment of debts and fun-i NEW WINDSOR MAYOR M- T. Delauter is batldtng C. Burtnsr. Walkersvilie, got a per- a laundry boildtng, costing WINEBRENNER ON MEMORIAL ROAD eral expenses. Pvenn directs that j Former Secretary of State Tells How her estate be held in trust-for life! Community 3Iaj- be of Assistance by the executor for the use Of a sis- j In Promoting- Frederick Route jgr. Miss Ida Reaa, after -which a i R- Smith Snader Was For Tears NICE ASKS AID IN DIES AT AGE OF 60 SAFETY CAMPAIGN Centenniil of Break Referring to Bell I funds is responsible for the tie-up ia members ga-.e expression of regret of as "Symbol of Libe-ty and Law." road construction and it is conbtful if '-he death of Miss L-_z2ie Eailer. _______ aay Tork of this nature will be avail- Iri a brief talk Mrs. Kidd outlined PhJade-phu. July oa, ab'.e uatn the relief :be of the meeting She said the front steps of Independence Ha'J. j xrork program cfths National Ad- she wished to have the new directors. c_ Mayor J. Hampton Moore hailed the' ministration gets under way." initiated into the Linerty 3eii as an "enduring symbol I A number of .the -workers, -who wffl The Young People's Branch of W. of liberty and law" yesterday Ke furloughcd reside in the -nanny C, T. U.. reeer.ed consideration. The spake at excretes observing the 100th i cf Lime Kiln. Buckeystown. Jefterson. i county directors of this work. Mrs. aaaiversarv of the crackire of the'' Middlctowa and other sections of the j Merle Leather. Frederick, and Mrs. number of personal bequests are Prominent In Dairy Circles And Was riving his ideas of how this corn- made. A gold -watch and is be-1 Member Of State House of Delegates, j Caused B; be of assistance in pro- questfcec to a nephew. George R. j Most Of The Traffic Accidents, 535 Last Tear, Were Careless Operation Cars. Fire Follows Flood Copjnsa: 1S35. 37 The Associaisi Presj Changteh, Hunan Province, July 9. Fire followed flood as Central China's rain-swollen rivers raged down to the sea today and famine '.x- stalked after, sure ro its share of the dead. "With persons ia the path, of the great Taagtse'aad its ton ot lives already counted in the hundreds, _', flood waters irom the Yuan nver and the Tungting Lake besieging this city reached disastrous stage. Hundreds of thousands were trap- ped like rats within the city as every dyke except oae collapsed. A few Americaa missionaries, struggling heroically, did what they could to lessen suffering, bat their efforts _' could not measure up to the proper- tions of the catastrophe in 100.000 Changteh homes already were submerged. Homeless In Storm Glasgow, Moat, July tnousr- aad homeless persons sought refuge tonight from the desolation -wrought ia the Fort Peck dam area last night jby tornadoes, which lashed little locks of hair Miss IK. Edward R. Pearl, were county. It was or. July 8. 1835, that Kepair Workers Recalled. .'elected official county beil cracked as it tolled while the! Fifty track repair workers of the the Y P. 3., convention to be held funeral cortege of Chief Justice John Baltimore aad Ohio Rauroad at at Emory Grove in August. This en- Marshall moved down Chsstaut j Brunsurick furioughed about ten days j campmsnt convention will be for Street resume work today. The three day affair, and is always large- "But iis rich tones only were men -return to work under G. E. said the Mayor, "for the' Bissett, car foreman. bell itself, minus tona! qualities. I became the oustaadiag picks Bi? Tomato champion of constitutional liberty' 3. F. Grove. Sr., 141 Wes: Patrick pareais are bequeathed to aa- bn c: Prede: plainec uae 01 -aj-o sons of E. Charles Henri, Act of Congress providing for the of the deceased. _ Commission of thirteen, headed by! AH nags and jewelry are to be di- ce.ega-.es to SooseTelt, to study the pro- 'vided between children of Mr Reaa a ,riih thp of P. W0 tsrals' He WSS One organizers of the Bj Ths Associated Press. _ [v Baltuaore, July Harry W. j "pasteboard fciUed two per- Smith Snader. for years JM.. chargiag that most of tne trai-jsocs, injured thirteea seriousiy, and and ;fie accidents, which fculed 535 the mushroom villages in sham- year were caus- and ia- motor Snader. who tras 60. was a member i "K23? cauea oa raotonsts to co-oper- of the Siaie Eouse of Delegates for i ate with pohce in the state-wide safe- csmpaign opening Monday. the Practically every law enforcement .Asso- body in the will part rnthe !Charles E. Reaa. to whom the testa- Oi i whTch is Scheduled to last w, iciationandservedasitspresiDeatua-lcampaf11. scaedulea ,o last and independence under the Coasti- i street, brought to the News-Post tution and has besn so regarded down office Tuesday events a rip; tomato. :o the present day." The Mayor placed a wreath on the bell after the address Officers of the Soas of the Ameri- can Revolutioa attended the cere- mony. weighing fifteen ounces, taken from half a bushel, which he A program was meeting at Braddo 21 at p. Schmidt, of the lecture. His topic -Kill be education. Mr. Schmidt On account of the personnel of the trix says she made other bequests, committee' and magnitude and nature tfpoa the -written request of the testa- p !ast the contemplated cix' sister. Miss Ida Renn, any or resigned KANSAS GETS HEAT WAVE, FARMERS GLAD Moist, Steamy Weather Mature The Wheat And Start The Corn On Its Way Toward Maturity, Bureau. oa t. a ,ea Mr. Grove has about 150 plants of the early variety, which are aow known lecturer. The devotions will be i aa3 rauc speaker thought. Mr. Winebrenaer the residue of the estate is to be'_______________ has been actively interested m the, converted into cash at the death of j nrVrrrr T-V proposed boulevard as weU as the the sister. To each aiece sad nephew, AGED MAN GUILT I Moaocacy project. Jliviag, the children of brothers and' OF MANSLAUGHTER Oae of the mos: effective things' sisters of the testarrix. John 3y The Associated Pres. Topeka, Sans.. July cur- rents, traveling with capricious un- certainty, threatened Southwestern plains tonight with a new heat wave Interior Department Secretary Doesn't! this year farmers welcomed it. Like Sen. Tydings' Conduct Of Sen- ate Committee Investisation. jsy direction h; singins will be under the i of W Kindlev. Special npeaiag. He picked his first ripe to- music will be given by oae of the rnato July 3. i county's local unions. It is expected V. Da- Pierce G. be to have a com- Grange. Mary 3, Zimmerman, Emma ed For Beer rnitt-ee of the best qualified citizer.3' j. Flook. M. Alice Roelkey and 2.! cox, 49. In :nake a study of the -whole subject Charles Rean. is bequeathed the sura] ______ present ia a coacUe aad Of S50 to be paid whea they reach By The Aswclatrd Less than two weeks ago Saasaas complained about raper-abuadaace of rain floods and sub-aorraai temp- eratures. Today the region was the i nation's hot spot. Temperatures mbert, 72, Was Convict-1 Washington, July angry nation's ho: spot. Temperatures Parlor Slayin? Of Hairy Wast Secretary Ickes to- J passed 100 again ia maay places. Anne ArraSe! County. 1 against Sea. Tydiags, Democrat, j The change brought a toll in heat smoke at an altitude of 5.000 feet, i pir.gton. Jr. Northeastern Maryland Floods A was Ernest W. Flariigaa oa JuJy 3. ia' honor of the birthday of their t daughter. Eeiea Mae. There wasj a beautifully decorated birthday cake, f Maay gifts were received. Games, sere played on ths lawn. Refresh-. meats were served. Music was fura- ished by Gilbert White. Lyle Smith. Fraaklia White, aad Claude Waraerj Those present were: Misses Helen.' Fiaaigaa, Araoeue r ogie. Evelyn j Wilhide. Martha Stitely, Lena Pearl. Pauline Trout, Marie Peari. Caroline Eyl-r, Luliaa Crilley. Virginia Crara- er. Martha Fogle. Mary Dorsey. Ethel Moser, Mary Moser, Mary Smith, i Grace Smith, Helen Roderick, Lillian sy Tie Associatsi Press. Flan'gaa, Doris Flanigan. I Messrs Franklin Huraerich, Henry Favorite, Reed Marshall Harry Rich- ardson. Felix Fiaaigaa. Sylvester bursts receded today as residents of j Grace Whitmore, Ray Dinternian, Smith, Charles Wilhide, Donald -determine just what damage had been j corn .Maryland, conduct of the Senate corc-j prostrations, -bat hot. mittee investigation of the Interior j that which carae early last year Annapolis, Md_ July G Department's Virgin Island Adraia- i and stayed needed to ripen all the reasons-. the age of 21. The residue is be-; should coras by queathed to the childreri of S. I Lambert. 72. tonight was convicted by istration. It preceded by a few hours j ihsat aad start cora aad other crops aad through the Charles Rean in equal shares to be; aa Anne Aruadel county Circuit' a sharp warning of the Maryland j growing. Monocacy battlefield. This placed tiaid as they reach the ace of 25. Mr. I Court jury of asaslaushter for the i Senator agaiast of before the comrnissioa would serve as'Rean is aamed executor and in the j beer parlor killing of Harry Cox. 49. witnesses before the committee, a, a sort of "brief" in behalf of the' event of his death before Saal. set- j The jury considered the case for j -vraming coupled with reference to a i Old Trails route aad would carry) lenient of the estate, a nephew. Aus- i aa hour and ten minutes before re-; fist Sght outside the heariag room. Property Sold For The transfer of a property located oa the west side of Hamilton avenue, OC. from the monies available to the Lightner and Claude S. Hahn. roads commissions of Maryland, Pennsylvania and the District of Co- SECOXD OPEN AIR SERVICE Also Show Heavy Dam- age There. I the storm had centered ia Northeast- j ern Maryland. But advices tonight irorn St. Mary's county, ia the south- lumaia for road improvements. j cm part of the state, -were that roads j Parsons Xewaan. president, pre- Dccrficld United Brethren Church aad bridges there had been damaged sided. -Alfred W. Gzver. Give Program Sunday Evening, i to the extent of of Cie program committee, iatro-! The second Deerfield open air j Resideats of shores at Great Mais i duced the speaker. :church service will be held in the! Run ia St. Mary's couaty had to leave Mr Newmaa aaaounced that Rab- Deerfield tiaited Brethren church.] Fish Hits State Department For Attitude On Salassie's office Tuesday. The was about consideratsoa Almost 75 per cent, of ax revenues Speaking before the annual Con- f VJ 1. V444 __ _ _, their homes early today whea TO- er: L. Smith wfJ serve as next Sunday at 8 p. m. ThejNCW Yorker SayS U. S. gress of the Maryland Pareat-Teach- KavTe de Grace. Mo- July ter froln lhe chairman of the Business and i program will be featured "by" rr.usi- iters seat coursinz over Northeast- ..__ ..._.._. r_ ier Associatioa, Fish said "it would .Fashion show which the Kiwaais cal numbers by the Men's Chorus of em Maryland by nocturnal cloud- j Crops throughout the Havre de Club will sponsor ia September. A! 25 voices of the Friendship Bible -----j j silver baby spooa was presented to class. St. Matthew's Lutheran church, Paul j the sec Jos splashed abou. seeking to Stands of vheat hay James Marrone in recogauion Ofj Hanover. Pa. The teacher of the dAmftCTP hftri I____j_ ii_- j___________. ___ _ _ I and Ektoa area suffered MiSSed Fine hard to Sad in the archives of j the State Department for the past Marshall, Gilbert White, Gideon Darkis. Roger Fogle, Lyle Smith, Franklin White, Claude Warner, Parker Hartsock, Doaaid Fogle, Mr. and Mrs. SterHag Slultz: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Flanigan, Mr. and Mrs. done. and crops oa higher land were beat- -svere swept away i the recent addition to' his family. Reports from all sections of the af- en flat by the driving rain. fected area were that ao lives were lost and that no persons suffered in- jury during the flood. Property dam- age run into thousands of dol- Arthur Flanigan, Mrs. Charles Fogle, lars but no attempt had been made Mrs. Thomas Darkis, Moser, Mr. Jacob Mrs. Elmer I tcday to estimate it. 1 From first reports it appeared that The roads commission swung into action immediately in its drive to re- pair storm damage. Cellars in more than 30 homes here and in Elkton were flooded and fire- men spent the day pumping water out of houses. Oae guest atteaded the meeting: Robert Olds, of Washington, D. C. Enlist In Nary. Carlton (Bill) Hoar and Alfred Bible class, which has an enrollmentBy Associated Pr of 240, will make the address of the College Park. Md.. July To Hit BlOW For Peace. 150 years oae that equals its evasive i row with ponderosity aad glittensg general-" ities." THE T7EATHEK The weather forecast lor Maryland today is: "Generally fair today aad tomor- eveaiag. He is C. O. Meckley, post- master of Hanover. It was reported that the first open air service, held June 30. dre-x 1.200 persons and an- Hoar, of Bnms-wicfc, who have other unusually crowd is es- government of the United seatative Hamilton Fish, of New York, [states had glorious opportunity to raaking Republican oa the House strike a blow for peace that would Foreign Affairs committee, said to- night that Secretary Hull's reply to Abyssinia's appeal enlisted in the U. S. Navy, will leave ipectcd. Ia the past, persons have j qusrrel with Italy Thursday for Norfolk, Va., where they jcome from distances of 25 to 40 miles (most evasive and weakest State De- for help in was "about have been heard throughout the little change ia tem- perature." While the first nine days of the current month have been warm, begin training. ito attend the sen ices. LDarunent document on record." world." he said, asserting that the the same period League of Nations' failure "to act last year was constructively to preveat the threat- j much hotter. ened war" exposed it ai "a hollow with six days 90 degreet or far five cl U   

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