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Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - June 19, 1946, Frederick, Maryland Cloudy, fbowers. cooler. High, M; Low. 70. Here's hoping all the Juse brides are well groomed. VoL 163. iff) LEASED WIRE AXD FEATURES FREDERICK, MIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, TEX PAGES TODAY PRICE THREE CENTS 900 NEW VOTERS ARE REGISTERED IN THIS COUNTY Found Heavy At Brunswick And Emmitsburf; Democrats Add To Lead AFFILIATION C H ANGE BY T W 0 CANDIDATES About 900 new names went on the County election books Tuesday during the lone pre-primary reg- istration throughout the County. It was estimated that approxi- mately 1.200 names were register- ed but about a fourth of that num- ber were transferred from other precinct books. Taking advantage of ttie only GOVERNOR WILL ADDRESS STATE FIREMEN TODAY COMPLETE ATOM CONTROL ESSENTIAL TO PREVENT WAR BREAK'DDWN Ffy A-Bomber VETO INVOKED Chicago. June 13 Harold i "The third he continued, C- Urey. who aided in deveiopaaent! "is the most difficult to obtain- But of atom bomb, declared today j if we had a world government as !tha: international control of the [Stable as that of the United States. >-eapon offered the only hope of the manufacture of bombs could 1 averting World War I1L be prevented just as it could be j PRICE CONTROLS TOBESERIOUS Golden Jubilee Convention fa M extemporaneous address to I prevented by Federal police with- Wyatt SaYS HtMUfflf jflhe 55th of the Genera! in the United States itself." T- At I o Open At Armory T, lOlS AlternOOn I Federation of Women's Chios, Dr.- "We do not have such a world! C. j Urey sM. government tbence we must secure 1 tndanf ered I "We have three courses open to the international level control! _ ;us. One -s to do nothing about; of the atomic bo-no. This raanot Keliet !the bomb, to maintain huge itand- j be "done without sacrificing ;ome-j I ing armies navies, and huge thing that we don't want to sacri.- AUXILIARIES WILL of airplanes! We can j face, but it should be said that other i CONFEREES SUMMONED I :o deceive vZiers zbaut our. countries likewise will have to AI CH rnWCUC UCDC.strenzth and v. can expect to be i sacrifice the same thing." TH TODAY ALSO CONVENE HERE can expect to be .sacrifice rfie same _ _ ____ return. j Tne University of Chicago j 1 "With this course we must expect j scientist warned against being "de- The 54th annual convention of spend 3300 000.000.000 withm ceived by a control. We oust i _, _ ithe next five and disperse 5 enablisn international authority on s J ,_ a.i.auu o.mi. x-.iciuc.ia cities and our citizens across'thi. basis of the Baruch report! Washington. June 18 uTa-i'iartrf lnS Administrator Wilson Wyatt i .im.i.aiju o.mi. jou. cities and our citizens across'thi. basis of the Baruch report! M; ciation opens today. Exercises j .jje country in a program that wUl! x x x. It is tre only way we can i Darned today that a "breakdown" j marking the official opening are'cojt just about as much as any possibility of avoiding.of price controls will wreck the, I'elock this af- i World War Three." i housing program. i -The second possible course is; He said Russia would have to Acting Secretary of State BY RUSSIA ON FRANCO ISSUE Vote 9 To 1 For Seftdbf Spanish Question To General Assembly [COUNCIL ADJOURNS UNTIL NEXT MONDAY scheduled for two o'clock ternoon. but delegates will register j fof Uniied Butler, X. J.. June 18 method of changing affiliation prior body of 7-year-old Larry Blossfeld. to a primary, two Republican as- j wfao disappeared Saturday from a beginning at ten o'clock this morn- once or within the near future be- All sessions will be held at: fore any other nation bas time' to the State Armory- V.'ith president C EC- develop its bomb. "It would be le for the Uni- all the all the world with i atom bombi But submit to inspection and control a j Acheson declared that provi- I taink sat does not j _._. 'sions m the pending OPA bill which would alter Government controls on grain will endanger exports for famine relief. Britain, with her policy of Jlla -ing off one country against another. wil( i have to change that policy. "If we folio'., this one course we hive some chance o: controlling! New York. juae 1S Ru-sia today invoked the veto on ;a resolution backed by a majority of the members of the United Na. "-XEA Security Council which Woodrow 30. would have Jhe Spacish Wisconsin Ranids, "A'is. has been selected to fly the Superfortress :o General for which will drop sn atom bomb on Bikini Lagcon. He is stationed on I: was the fipt time the veto had i Kwajalein Atoll. Maj he manufacture of ctomic bombs. by the Board of' Election Supervisors, affiliated as! a Republican after transferring! from an uptown precinct to one! downtown. j Gough Also Changes ti prepared to police j F-om the other two we have no chance whatever. ___ ___ ___ _ ___ IjlOVd 4UU Lite __________________________________________'____________________ certificate as a Republican candi- ;bert R. Blossfeld. of Teaneck. had on behalf of the Association will be nm TXTTk T.T A KTC T A Attorney was Ae objeet of days of made by Slate Comptroller J. Mil- LONDON -BOUND PLANL LANDED ide search. lard Tawes. Governor To Speak Chief speaker on the day's pro- gram will L-e Governor Herbert R. .______ O'Conor. who will deliver his ad- i j dress this afternoon, to be follow- t English Actor And His1 I ed immediately afterward by Dr. j I H. C. Byrd. president of the Uni- i versity of Maryland. Convention business will then get under way. and will be continued-this evening. beginning at o'clock. State As these officials expressed their concern. Senator Barkley VP' Con- gress was given fornial suggestions today for a shake-up of the dis- Supreme Court and for an end to any appeasement of Eastland and June 13 Mos- cow radio broadcast tonight an of- mnttnt staff zi convention head- 'ficial Russian denial a BRUNSWICK CHURCH ;receiv-e interest on investments he in independent Hall has ithat Soviet lroops York. June ia any kind of salary, declar-; United Church Canvass, compris- ing- 19 national denominational' i Bridges tR-XH) proposed a retro- i active constitutioaa! amendment that would limit to three the num- ber of Supreme Court Justices a President might name. They said it would compel Justices Douglas. considerably j Five young ladies ausnen'ed to sec- !raany- centrated in The Southeastern Ger- American War Dads. At a public j meeting scheduled for p. m. June 26. in the Y. M. C. A. tbis sub- ject will be discussed fully. -All Gold Star Geo. C. Siagle. vice-president of the War Dads chapter, announced, "will be welcome at this meeiing. especially those ismo not members of Kie sion. Named as members of the com- mission by the Governor: C. Carl Lohmeyer. H. E. Brod- nax. A. E. Duncan. Miss Car- oline Diggs, Robert Van Horn is revising a bill it previously had j and Robert Lewis, all of Bal- timore, and Dr. Carl P. Russell of Annapolis. The seven members held a lunch- eon meeting in Baltimore today ta discuss the problem. Lohmeyer said that several states and the District of Columbia have o t T> j set UD clinics for the and Ufl rrOjeCtS treatment of alcoholics. I "In Maryland at present" he add- Baitimore. June 18 ed. "our courts are powerless to do Jotins Hopkins Unlver.-ity will es- i nsors than commit to jail for dis- tablLsh an institute to cooperate 1 orderly conduct unless the iadivid- witti industry and the Federal j aai has committed a crime, in appear remote. Hopkins To Cooperate I organization. Tne invitation ex-! Government in carrying out re- tends likewise to war widows or any other kinsmen. "Many Gold Star fathers and mothers are worried about what I which case the judee, under a work in many fields. Presi- statute of the Legislature Isaiah Bowman announced wn commit to a mental iastita- i tion." Known as the Institute for Co-! steps must be taken to arrange for Research, all scientific! return of the bodies of their loved i departments of the university will j ones. We ;niesd to trv to answer Murphy. Jackson and Ruiledge to tteir at retire. Eastland told the Senate the views the court with "dis- and suspicion.' j meeting." Mr. Slagle explained that there participate in Jfte program. Dr. [Bowman said. j The university president ssici that! "at HEIFERS TO IXALT A total of 330 heifers from the Hoop farm were shipped by from Union Bridge to Locust of the war it was ap- j Baltinoa. on June 12. Mr. is a twofold purpose of" tjolding j that a great ceal of Govern- j Kiis open session. First tbe Amer- Imeilt research would have to be .vere also made to religious bodies ,Or director in only one company, in Santa Barbara. Cal.: St Paul, i That is the Benedum-Trees Oil Minn.: Portland. Me.; Xew Haven. Company, of which he is the un- Conn., and Brunswick, Md. pajd president. He holds the of- i conducted in 1945. j come out before I hoAI-ding 'he Regional achievement awards; Benedum is listed as an officer I thai committee, are the Junior and Fire companies. The main of each company were !t had no accommodations. report is devoid of all fin Jvew York. The Times said THE WEATHER fice for sentimental reasons since BILL Washington. June 18 The weather forecast for Mary- j dum when both were young "wild- jcatters" known throughout the cil fields. today is: "Partly cloudy and some scattered showers. Cooler." There is some relief already in the weather man's promise of :ooler temperatures today. The visiting firemen will probably have things warmed-up here by night- ARRESTED FOR DRUXKEXXES5 Don Knipple. East South street was arrested by Officer Sherman Boone, who charged him with be- ing drunk on the street. Knipnle during the convention period. 'House Rules Committee today ap- PURCHASES ESTATE Annapolis. June 18 Scarlett, of Baltimore, has pur- chased for an undisclosed sum once colonial estate of Horatio Sharpe. Royal Governor of Maryland, near Sandy Point, The property sold by j proved a bill for a broad program jof military cooperation with other nations of the western hemisphere. The action clears the way for early House consideration of the measure, probably next week. The legislation would permit the President to transfer armaments to the other American countries. was jailed in default of coi- j Sylvester W. Labrot, who inherit-', help train their personnel and re- lateral for hearing tonight it. I pair their equipment. recommended "immediate abandon- Uie chapter wants to begin prepara- 'for kinds of investigation which ment" of any appeasement of Rus- tions to give every needed assis- i are essentially fundamental in :lng across-the- tance to Gold Star families when character and therefore best suited j and ___ table" meeting as soon as possible jthe bodies are received in tbe U between President Truman and S. A. Generalissimo Stalin. The quartet were Representa- tives Gordon Ryter (D- Mundt fR-SD) and Bolton From a ship carrying observers to the Bikini atomic bomb test. Rep. Andrew
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