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   Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - July 15, 1935, Frederick, Maryland                                Todmy Yesterda) High, 92; LOT, CooJ Morning Do yoa remember the fowl old days vaea all yoa sarpecied Iroai Gorenizc.es: -Fas a Jew jsciases of garden seed? VoL 184. ASSOCIATED FUSS MD., MONDAY MOWING, JULY 15, 1935. EIGHT FACES TODAY PKICE TWO CENT! SIX ARE INJURED IN AUTO WRECK NEARBRADDOCK TO ROARING RIVER Two Cars Collide Early Sunday Morning; Vic- tims At Hospital. Mores Nearer Twrard En- Hankav; Military Garrison Called Oat Make (emirs. BT The AuocUUd Press. I Karfcow. China, July roar- ing Yangtze rsver moved nearer to- i ward engulfing Hankow tonight when i FAIR WEATHER PROBABLE FOR TOTAL ECLIPSE HOL Y NAME SOCIETY MEETS AT ANNAPOLIS Dalits Of Outlined In Ser- mon By Kev.-Cfeas. Kector Of St. Mary's Owen. S! Moon To Disappear To- bulwark I Alarms were sounded that the dike j I was disistregrating. The city took! mad activity to forestall the prospec- night For 1 Hour And 40 Minutes. Sut persons were injured, none ser- j UVe disaster. The entire military gar- iously, when two automobiles crashed was out for dike repairs in a head-on collision on the National while civilian authorities ordered cool- highway, between iliddletown andjles a Sradccx-k abo-j: 2-30 o'clock' Sunday morning. Five of the injured j were still confined to the Frederick j City hospital Sunday evening while the sixth was discharged following treatment. The injured are: j Clay W. Buffer, 41, 615 North Bentz street, lacerations about the eye and bruises oa leg. Grayson Grouse, 36, Frederick, Route 1. lacerations about the chin and leg. Russell Young. 24. Beach City, Ohio, lacerations about the forehead, nnger and arm. Miss Mabel Brodie. Washington. severe bruises about the body, also suffering froci shock. refugees from other cities to TENNIS TOURNEY ISCOMPLETED Fair weather is expected to give f By Tie Associated Prssi. Annapolis. Md, Jury thousand members of the Holy Name SocKty today heard Rev Charies Crowe, C. SS. R, rector of SL. Marj's church here, likes their message to that of Apostle Paul and oti'iae their duties. Gathered on the hilltop about the historic church, representatives of Holy Name Societies of Westers and Southern Maryland, Baltimore and PARDON REFUSED OFFICIALS TO 'FOR FORMER U, S, ACT ON OLD AGE SENATOR LEA PENSIONS TOO AY SIX DIE IN FLAMES IN AIRPLANE CRASH Commercial Mine Carrying Fourteen And Crew Of 6 Crashes Soon After Take-off. ;Plea Of New Evidence Plans For County Board j By Aisoelited Press. j Jury persons; dad amid riimes when the giant j Dutch coaizurcial ajrplane. carrying i 14 FASCIST LEADER WILL CONTINUE AS CHANCELLOR Not Upheld By Gov- ernor Ehringshaus.' Expected To Assume Definite Shape. s takeoff The heroism of the ground staff, a steward and the Norwegian passen- ger, was credited saving 32 l--.es. Tney risked their oan safety to save Ho Hold Post Despite Automobile Injuries. Fredencktonians every opportunity to District of Columbia receded their astronorsica! rarity oath, after a parade the city. ecliase of the moon, I members, which Rev. Fr. Crowe list- such as romes only once every eigh- .w preserve home irom teen years. No telescopes or glasses i iie witness an total .w preserve mashing laws of race suicide and tell be necessary, according to the of divorce, to protest against the sys- weather bureau, "which predicts that XIM of education that will make you the event be entirely visible to mere puppets of the state and lo de- j Raleigh. K. C.. July Lea. i Plans for an old-age pension board j the other occupants. i former United States Sector from in Frederick county are expected to j j Tennessee, today was refused a par- i -a'f-e definite shape today after a con- don from the Xorth Carolina State i ference be ween the Frederick Conn-' Pnscs by GOT, J O, B JX'.r.r.z'r-z-if s.r.d Harry j When Lea was informed at the (stein. Relief Administrator for Mary- prison that his request had been de- land, it was learned Sunday. j j clined he smiled, said Thank At the same time, it was stated i j and had no other comment. j that no new employes, other rrian j Lea entered prison in May. 1934, to those now on the staffs of the Board I serve six to ten years after his con-; of State Aid and Chanties and conn- MISS MIM! RIAL WEDS G, E, BORST utu.u.j vou Of vour civil as we" as SKTC slx lo tca otaie .-vie anc ana comi- i providing thunder- ren-AoJs iibertv." I AshenUe of conspiracy to cy welfare boards, will be employed' Miss Elizabeth Cloasaan. 24, Wash- ington, lacerations about the face. The name of the other injured per- taa. was not learned, since only emer- gency treatment was given. Some of the inj'ured planned to leave the hos- pital within the near future. HufTer had at first believed to have been more seriously injured but x-rays re- vealed no fractures. An investigation of the crash was made by Slate Officer 3. K. Eamsburg And Miss Day- ett Capture Mixed Dou- bles Championship. the naked eye, showers manage to stay away. The eclipse will be underway about 9.15 o'clock but the moon will not do a complete fadeout before 11.09 p. m., according to the weather bureau. The first part of tbe earth's shadow will begin to cast a smudge over the 1 moon at shortly after 9 o'clock, while from Il.CS Ihe entire inoon vrlll be j In a match that was as even as blotted out for an hour and forty i a. m., one small j work Mountains tennis Young, operating a Chevrolet coach. was proceeding east oa the National highway, accompanied by Misses Brodie and Clossmaa. Buffer. the op- erator of a Ford coach bearing West Virginia tags, was going west on the, road. He was accompanied by Grouse! the score icdicstss, Richard Rams- At 1 47 burg this city and Miss Anna Davett. i coracr iout into the light and at, 2.40, it will i n nil Baltimore, caotured the mixed dou- U H U If 1 srusiae again fl K B bles championship of the Blue Ridge 1 to most eclipses, there rlltlV will be something to see tonight, even j when the moon is in total eclipse, j I The latest reports are that a red cir- cle will be visible where the moon should be in sight. This will be caus- i ed by a few sumbeams, striking near j tbe moon, it is said. The eclipse will religious liberty.1 After Rev. Fr. Crowe's senron. the Blessed Sacrament was brought from the church by Rev. Fr. Albert J. Zuceck, C. SS. R-. who was the cele- brant at the Benediction. The Bless- ed Sacrament had an escort of mid- shipmen from the Naval Academy. A delegation from St. John's Holy Name Society left Sunday morning at 1130 and participated in the- cere- monies. :defracd the Central Bank and Trust I Company there before it failed in 1930. He was convicted in 1931, but to administer the old age pensions. Announcing that he was leaving oa a tour of the state to organize coun- i Interesting Marriage Cer- emony At Mt. St. Mary's K tj The Associited Austria. July Kurt Schuschnigg. although injured m an automobile accident in which killed, made clear todav that he is determined to continue at his leadership of Austria's Fascist government. Moasignor Stefan MatzSnger. the Chancellor's spiritual advisor, told the Associated Press this. He has with Schuschnigg almost con- I fought his case through every court ty pension boards, Mr. Greenstein! i available. said he would visit Frederick county j Usually the Governor merely an- today and would also stop at Eagers- j i nounces he has declined clemency town and Oakland, to organize Gar-1 tinuously since the latter's automobile ileft the road near Vienna yesterday land crashed into a tree. Police said that they did not think sabotage was responsible, but con- ---------------tmued an investigation, sending the Miss Mftni Rial, daughter of Mrs.; automobile wreckage to Vienna. The College Grotto. thoughtful study." The clemency petition asked Sixteen county boards will then be for a near organization, i: was stated. The tourney, Sunday afternoon on the Catoctm Country Club courts by nosing out Harry Jr., Washington, and Mrs. Elizabeth T. Bopst, Frederick, 9-7. WELL ATTENDED i full and complete pardon for Lea on latter part of the week will be devot- j the grounds that reputed "new evi- ed to crgsn-ratioa of boards in south- dence" presented in his behalf by em and northern Maryland to coni- 1 J. Til. Broughton, Raleigh lawyer, plets the set-up. "exonerated" of the charges of Mr. Greenstem's statement was as which he was convicted. follows: The event concluded the Blue, __ be visible over whTn inetfT doubles of KaanA be played. March and Chirte Chan- Even persons also of Washington, came from hrins m TOtera Ettrope' Afrlca acd or; the Pacific ocean will be able to I get excellent glimpses of the event. No Rain For St- Swithin's? Interesting Sermon By Rev. Mr. Sharpe, Pastor M. E. Church, South. If a pardon was not forthcoming, "By virtue of the recent welfare Mr. Broughton asked for a comma- i ace, passed by the last session of the Satur- i and several other persons, whose names were not learaed. The accident took place on a straight stretch of road, west of the western approach to Braddock bles title from Buddy Radcliff and I Mai McCardeil, both of Frederick. J4-6. 6-1, 7-5. The steadiness of Ramsburg finally i proved the deciding factor m Sun- i" Precipitation is possible for St. Swith-n's Day today, which is suppos- Heights. From reports, the cars ap-! parently crashed together on Young's side of the road. Neither machine overturned bat both were badly dam- aged in the wreck. Several of the in- jured were removed to the hospital in _, forty observers. days, according Generally fair to some weather. the ambulance of C. E- CUne aad Son, summoned from Frederick, while oth- toss-sip until was won at love. which j March and Mrs. t-he same as Suriday is expected Another large crowd attended ihe Sunday evening service, sponsored by Protestant churches of Frederick, in Baker Psrk Sunday evening and hsard an interesting address by Rev. Sharpe. pastor of Trinity church, South, who took lation on the grounds the reputed new matter raised at least a serious doubt as to Lea's guilt. "We have been unable to discover any new evidence which, is substan- tially different from what fras been heretofore brought the Gov- ernor's statement said. On the request for a commutation, it set forth that Legislature, -vesting ihe administra- tion of old-age pensions in the Board of State Aid and Chanaes and in county welfare boards, we are going to be able to administer the old-age act without the employment of addi- tional persons. "This is possible by virtue of the fact that the county welfare boards Bopst drew up from far behind to first set overtime, but the of victorious pair Sn- ally brought victory. Ramsburg: and Miss Dayett were swept aside in the second set. as the losers showed their night, when thunderstorms may ar- rfve. Followlag the rain.early" Saturday Q? for his subject, "A Fourth Dimen- s.ori." Rev. Mr. Sharpe took as his test I temperatures began over the week-end- was 89 to Ciimo again The maTiTmTm "That Ye May Able to j Comprehend All Saints What is Breadth, the Depth i and the Height of the Gospel Which 1 is in Christ Jesus." The apostle Paul, said Rev. Mr. Sharpe. uses odd Ian- an investigation into the wreck Sun- l tte 98'degree sainthood and spinrua! matur- posted at Pouce Headquarters to i ot FMa3r- iry in mathematical terms. Young as a witness until tne date of I 6 again crowded Sunday. j meaat by length in the the heannf. tentatively set as ._, l{ The precipitation early Saturday, goepel of Canst rles nt-Tto i tt to bat -03 
                            

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