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   News (Newspaper) - October 5, 1955, Frederick, Maryland                                rocm The Frederick. Md.. October 5. 1955 Established 1883 j Every Afternoon Except GREAT SOUTHERN "PTC. A MFG. CO. M North Court St., Phone MO __________Frederick. Md.__________f SUBSCRIPTION FATES copy C cents. When paid in advance: Month. 91X0: three months. tz.50: rnoatht. H.SO: -car. J8.QQ. Member Audit Bureau of Circulations at the post office at Freo- j erick. n second-class nsatter. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1955 unerals Deaths Funeral service- for Mis? Sara Jane Anders. native of Taney- town, who died Sunday at National Lutheran home Washington, were held Tuesday aUeruoon at one o'clock at thi- funeral home in charce of her pastor Rev. Stanley Jennings. Burial in Lutheran church cemetery. tov. n. Pail- bearers were nephews. Charles. Raymond and Robert Anders, Ralph Althouse. Paul Althouse and Marcus Baker. C. O. Fuss and Son, funeral directors. ely attended funeral services Henr> Toms who died Give Check For State School Hearing Aids Today In Washington Side >r Student Growth No change in the last three dec- ades is as great as the growth in ?y m the number of students wno go to thp of RQn N college. In the nineteen twenties.-Toms Oak Tuesday at l m. only 4 per cem of the college-aue Rev Krnesl Baker 0ffjciaU.cj. population went on to a higher edu- xhere was a profusion of tlow- cation. Today, fully 30 per cent, or ers pallbearers, grandsons of the Almost one in three in the same' deceased, Harry. Charles, age group, go to college. F.lwood. .Jr.. Roland Gporec and That means that two and a half John Toms. Interment in Mount; million young people enter college Hope Cemetery. Woodsboro. G. C.; every year. A college education has Barton, funeral director. become as necessary to advance pllrlprai for Mrs Anoa finance and rompher 90. were held at the. in the profession. Leesburg Presbyterian Church The 30 per cent figure is ex-, last Thursday. Services were con- pected to remain constant in the ducted by the pastor the Rev. next decade, if not increase. The David C. Crawford, population's growth will mean that: Mrs. Compher was the oldest. at 30 per cent of the college-age; member of the Leesburg Church.; -roup at least five million college'She was a native of Loudouo Students will be entering college. county, the daughter of the late .Mrs. Harry D. Axtine Mrs. Alma Jane Axline. wifp of Harry U A A; her home. 116 East Seventh street. Members of the Civinette club plaining the teaching of the hard By DAVID LAWRENCE ihis morning at o'clock, atied a check for S300 for purchase; of hearing. She pointed out that WASHINGTON At last the 67 years. u( hearing aids to Superintendent of' progress is slow but in many cases "cold war" has reached climax She wa.' a daughter of the late ihe- Maryland Statt- School ior the can speeded the use of an in which the Western nations can John William and Minnie Forrester Deaf Lloyd Ambrosen Tuesday aid. although it would not make it once more take the initiative. The i Henderson and a member of Kvan- nisht ;md then heard Mr. Ambrose a hearing child, withdrawal of France from the gelieal Lutheran church and of the elaborate purpose and method of She pointed out that "graduates current sessions of the United Na- Ladies Bible Class 55 of the church working with students at the school. speak for themselves" saying she tions Assembly in New York school. First Mr. Ambrose mentioned did not know of a former student at marks the emergence of the West; Surviving are her husband eight !hal tne scnooi NVas badly in need the school being on charity Stu- from the anesthetic of fancied children Mrs Foster R Snoots individual hearing aids saying dents are trained in many voca-: security administered last July by Peiersville; David H. Axline Glen date had supplied only tions. including printing, and live the Russians at Geneva. Burnie: Charles L. Axiine. Peters- Ho said tnat few of the normal adjusted lives. For now the mask has been torn ville: Mrs Thomas' L Mebade students are torally deaf and most' Mrs. Ruth Kinsey. president, pre- away and the Communists have Broad Run- Theodore K Axline, respond to some sound. The indivi- sided and presented the check to been revealed as the organizers Chewsville- .Mrs Albert C Coates  -.iui vearh- for the next decade. Obvious-! Jefferson and Sophia Spring and and. Marj Ellen Barker slow since they do not recognize Parish Hall. The group also voted the internal affairs of Egypt. Such ly. that is going to double the ComPher who sound of their names. He point- to participate in Operation Christ-1 hypocrisy emphasizes the double mands on present college and uni-. in Paeonian Springs versity facilities. wilh a nephew ailc) niece. Mr. "Mother's picture! You fell off that bench on Methodist church. She had been whh g nephew ailc) niece. Mr. Dr. Grayson Kirk. President of and Harrv Cooper she is Columbia University, one of the oniy by nieces and nep- world's greatest universities with hews. an enrollment of about 30.000 Pallbearers were Lucas D. dents, urged private colleges and Phillips. Roscoe 8. Rhoads. Capt. universities to prepare to take their Albert A. Novatney, John Carr. share of this expected double en- Lloyd Cooper and John Compher. rollment. To leave it to publicly- Interment was in Union Cemetery, supported institutions to absorb, Lovcusviile. _ the increase alone would, in Kirk's! Funeral sei.vices for Mrs. MaUie opinion, run the grave risk of ini-'p Mijieri wno died Saturday at pairment to their academic stand- J tne home of her daughter. Mrs. G. ards. There is opportunity enough j R Koefoed. Towson. were held both for private and publicly- Tuesday morning at the Henry W. supported higher institutions. More Jenkins funeral home. 4905 York facilities and morfi teachers will be Road. Baltimore, with interment needed to take care of the expected in the Utica church cemetery. It increase in enrollment in the col- was erroneously stated that ser- vices were to have been Thursday i morning. In addition to Mrs. Koe- foed. she is survived by two other daughters. Mrs. John W. Sent man I and Mrs. Allen Mullen! both of Bishop Oinam Commends NtUonal Elkton. and a brother-in-law, .1. Newspaper Week j Marshall Miller, this city. To the Editor of The News Sir: CLUB MEKTS National Newspaper Week i Oct.. The ZonU me( jn business .9-15) affords the Methodist Church at FrancU Kcy an opportunity to express its grati- Qn Mondav evening. The tude to the newspapers of the ident Miss M'ary Rhoads. Pre- Washington Area. We arc gratefiil ;sidcd was read by Mrs not alone for the role played by Virginja Thomas. Routine reports newspapers in advancing faith by n by (he officei.s and CQm. disseminating news of religion but .ed out the school teaches orally mas at Victor Cullen Hospital. MrsJ standard by the Soviets Governor Oil Visit To w-m r w h subjects in Lillian Myers and Mrs. Helen Mer- in trying to get the Algerian issue I v ,n k Wilhdm L. Ramsburg Jr., 30s )he some twelve to years ter were named to assist with the aired in the United Nations. 1 his AiteniOOJl Hracidock (hey have city Hallowe'en celebration. Mrs. toine Pinay. foreign minister of (Continued From Pane One) Surviving are three daughters.. HC remarked on criticism such Mercer was also named as chair- France, wisely withdrew his dele- Miss Margaret H. Ramsburg, Jess- institutions receive and said rather man of the cerebral palsy school gation. What's more, this corres- ups; Mrs. N. Hines. than explain the functions and prob- Christmas party. pondent is informed that M Pinay No Identity.Mistake, His Decision Shotvs Failure of a mistaken identity tor. John H. Masser, McKaig. who plea by Defense A t t o r n e y receives S70. Charles McC. Mathias Jr. to The dinner meeting which was the doesn't intend to go to Moscow Washington, and Mrs. Jane Dress-1 icms nf such a school in relation- ler. this city; a son, William L. snjp to its students, he would like first, one of the fall season was! this month as planned and neither Jr.: three brothers. Nelson A. to have members of the club in held in the Blue and Grey, room i does Premier Edgar Faure Bowers. Baltimore: .lames H. and sman visit iiu- cia.ssruoms (if the Francis Scott Key Hotel.; John Bowers, this city, a sis- U) obtain a better understanding. Preceding the program Donald B. ter. Mrs. Alice Lamar, Baltimore: .Margaret Kent the faculty at the school where Dr. Ambrosen left Loving Herd Scores sway the judgment of the Court, French delegation will go in the highly competitive Hoi- in the face of two prosecution stein show. Overall Dairy Farm. witnesses' testimonv to the cnn- owned by Mr. and Mrs. Graham trary, re.sultecl in the coin ittion of g, i'n Frederick County, near j Allen J. Jamison, colored. Carver nine grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. 'Funeral services at the funeral home at two o'clock this after- noon. Interment in Ml. Olivet cemetery. Harry E funeral directors. i Y r, P n r, n'nn.trf n e rient-n oeiugauon -win xu Lovme. n Frederick Countv, near Al en J. Jamison, colored. Carver h h H nf Pg-H ,n'th Tn to Geneva ror the Big Mt. .4v, took a major share of Apartments, on two charts of t. who heads Rice, president of the roastmasters eign Mlnlstcrs Conference but this top honoVs. Their Massedale Blvthe reckless driving, and possessinc no o continued club, spoke in behalf of the in conformity with the desire to RaPK Apple. W8S operator's license when he appear- left off in ex- rent Community Chest campaign. llnited front alone with i or, u0rnM> n ROOCO Carly Co., leges and universities. Letters To The Editor Mrs. James R. Reese Morgenthau Resignation Was Quickly Accepted By Truman present a united front alone, with i grand champion lemale. and their led before Magistrate H. Reese j Great Britain sad the Randies Ra? Apple El. took best; Shoemaker Jr.. in Trial Magis- States as against Soviet Russia. uddered honors. The latter was trate's Court this mornins. J France is 100 per cent right in: grand champion last year as well' Arrested by City Officer Wil- her attitude in pulling out of the j as best uddered. The Lovings also j liam A. Boone Jr.. sometime aft- I U.N. sessions. For the U.N. must j had the best dairy herd and first 1 er he had observed Jamison driv- j never be used hy a bloc of nations junior yearling bull. j ing in a reckless manner on East as an instrument of controversy! Frank G. Remsberg. near Mid-: All Saints street, the defendant provoke a war. j dletown. showed the senior and i disclaimed the arrestinc officer's has a wonderful op-i grand champion Holstein bull and i charge that he was driving the turn the tables on the took the produce of dam ribbon. car in question, and supgcstecl that Russians. He might agree, in-' Roscoe T. llarbaugh Jr., LeGore. j it may have been his brother who principle of discussion j exhibited the junior champion bull j was sorne-what the same build as or any other problem i and junior get of sire group. Ray he and owned a pair of oraaee that kind in North Africa if it j H. Smith and Son. near Frederick, color pants identical to his. The be demonstrated that the j had the best three females and j "loud" luted trousers were one of senior get of sire blue ribbons, i the principal items used in estab- Jamison's identity. in the Ayrshire The went to Howard Clark and of S15 are grateful in addition because the j. mJUee Tne np_xt of wjn bg al ,he o u w newspapers, in courageously insist- Fj-rcnten.s Hal] in Middletown ing upon a free press, make where a C0mmittee will serve as- basic contribution to civil liberty i hostesses and to the maintenance of religious _____ liberty, which in the long run is fundamental to all freedom. i ffffy She was a daughter of Mrs. Sarah tion on the spot after refusing to of the Morgenthau plan." Butts. Boonsboro. and the late take Morgenthau to the 1945 Pots-! fn New York. Morgenthau 'said i! Jacob C. Foreman, and was a i dam conference. he would have no comment "for1 member of the Beaver Creek i Truman tells the hitherto-undis- the time being." can Christian church. closed story of Morgc'nthau's de- In talking about the vice presi-i, Surviving besides her mother and parture from the Cabinet in the dency in which he served for': husband, are the following child-j latest installment of his memoirs. about three says., ren: Rev. James R. Reese South They are being published by Life he feels that office should be ai n 11 TI i- f (J-JCULU iwicigu limned 11115111. "'-'classes tu nowaru uiarti anu or .115 anci costs Reynolds. Shiri Ever Sincerely yours, maneuvering, of 11 years o. Washington. Oct. 3. Weddings Crummitt-Rice Miss Violet Irene Rice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Rice. near Ijamsville. and James L. Crummitl Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Crummitt Sr.. this city. were married in the Mt. Carmel Methodist church August 20 at in the evening.' Rev. Charles E. Harney. pastor of the bride, offi- ciated. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The bride was attired in a strap- less street length white sown of lace and carried a bouquet ot white roses. The maid of honor. Miss Pauline Crummitt. sister of the. groom, wore a pink strapless gown with pink lace and carried a bou-- quet of mixed asters. The bridegroom chose as'best; man his brother. Albert Crummitt of this city. Ushers were James; Neal, near Frederick, and Robert Rice, brother of the bride. Mrs. Edward Pearl was pianist. The altar was decorated with a set-: ting of palms and pompon? along with a basket of mixed summer flowers. Mrs. Pearl played tradi-. tional wedding marches and ac-. companied the soloist. John Hip- kins. A reception was held immediately after ihe Deciding in the Sunday School room of the church. Fol- on a short wedding trip to southern Pennsylvania. Tne bride is a eraduate of Fred- erick High School and ih em- ployed at the Frederick Bonled Gas Co. Tne groom attended Fred- crick High School and is now ?rrv- inz with the L'. S. Air Force He !5 presently stationed in Illinois. Konis Mane- Bishop riniigh- of Esta Bishop of B." wick and William R. -lames, of Mr. and Mr.--. Herbert H. Ja of Va v.c-re married in Be'.i-.ar.v Lutheran Bruri-- Septembe; a' m. bv the pastor. The Rev. H Mil- ler r'inr -i used. Tne ide attended High School for three n  i. Tuc-sduy morning at his home at Beallsville. aged eight years. Me was a .son of Dunhar and Emily Tintify Darby and is survived by his parents; one brother, Douslas was ''badly States much more so than in Potsdam." "He replied that it was neces- and ness of the willing- j to agree to the Yalta i gression. Inevitably Soviet Russia sire and pair of calves. jfratulations on the birth of a daush- i he sary for him to go and that if he thine he could to Wnvne Darbv and a sister Donna not- he tt'oulci llave to quit." tion of China under the Jean Darhy.'both at home. Trutnlin .risht'l1 Chiang Ka'-shek- I The body rests at the funeral home in Barnesville where fu- neral services will he held Thtirs- day morning at 11 o'clock, follow- j od by interment in Monocacy 10 p. m. toclav. C. M. fu- X' C i ncral TSilt.ve Of (.Ollllty cc-nu-tery, Bc-allsville. William B. Thurniont. Hilton, funeral director. .Aliss >lary S. Kimtnel Miss Mary S. Kimmcl. formerly Wissler Miss Jessie L. Wissler, S3. of as an aggressor comes up for trial The poultry show is one of the ten 3 at Freder- rmrie rafpeorir-M hcrself- Her recorri in best in the east again and the 4-H ick Memorial Hospital. 1 n !the Rorean War and thcn in bra-'Club poultry is bigger than Mr- and Mrs- Blickonstaff 7.enly sending arms and supplies last year. Joe Hubble of Myersville ar'c! son Tllomas- Rosf'mont avenue, to the Chinese Communists so they !ne champion old trio of nave returned from Detroit. Mich., could intervene against the United Barred Rocks, champion cockerel "'here they visited their son-in-law- Nations in that war is well known. white Leghorn, champion pen of nnrl daughter. Dr. and .Mrs. C. Bar- The world would have an oppor- New }iarnpshires and the cham- lon Galloway. tunity to discuss all these subjects i pion vollng trio Mr. Grover R. Ponton. 47 East Honored At Wilmington if the French sovernmem chose Compher. Ballenger. took Third street, will observe his 43rd t- now to accept the principle of dis- fjrst pl3t.e for brown e3cs and birthday today. C. Alonzo Rice, a native Freder-' cussion on condition that priority Raymond Burtner was first is given to the many instances t Grossnickle. Libcrtytown with who taught art Pa., High School r f nviuu 25 .years, died Monday nisht at hosl of -npnds in this area through aspirations in the countries behind .7unior CIub won the tractor oppr. Homewood. IlaKerstown. She was Periodic visits through the years. the Iron Curtain. Certainly if Sovi- ators- jn seconci lry. daughter of the late Rev. Henry was signallv honored in his "adopt- et Russia were wiling to open "P Franklin Burrier Unionviile in of near New London, died at the d A. Everhart WisslrY ed citv" of Wilmmoton Del to examina'ion b-v a United -Va-. his fifth contest! was H X 1 rt ITnvtT n _ i 11111 111 l w 11 I. I 11 u 1 ____ ________. Among The Sick Mr. Marshall H. Stockman Sr.. West South street, remains in an unchangeri conditioned HI his Nursing Home. Woodbine. of Thnrmont anri was a member of Tuesday morning after an illness ,he Evangelical and Reformed day evening when he wa.s guest of a graduate of the School of Design in Philadelphia. GIVEN TICKKT Norman D. Coombs Jr 21. illon. O.. was by City Po- lice last night for exceedme :'.'i mp" in the city. Officer Paul summoned Coombs at a ir. on East Patrick street. The Ohio msa posted collateral. i Twenty Years Ago Items From The Columns Of The News. Oct. S. IRM. H 'B. ROBB1NS, 1203 NOHTH Market street, escaped uninjur- ed bu! his automobile hntlly wrecked when it rollirir-d with a Hacer.stown and Frederick Kail- v-. ay street cnv at the inlevstH-- iion of Wilson nvenuo and Hoso- r'i.'N'DS FOH THF. CONS'l Kl'C- of an t-riLiine hnu-c ior ihe Truck Company, long o; tit-re. i-n- hclievf.ri containni ;n a PA project for Frederick inlii-lfd "renovatt1 fire fmhtmi; was approveri 'he BOXCARS HAD noonec by Ohio nf Frederick Junc- tion destroyed by fire. The- i- t- n i it u.i- be- 'hi- lire have i-o.'Ji Mi'nbish set r ,-.'-k ar ork KH 4V, PERSONS A'l'iKNDKO :hr pflfit: jivpjt ir. F: fiivrick nun: v iinorl rnr.rr.- nf iicai Lutheran church. v. 'he of ;t> h -he club h.'is hold nu-dinle family. Surviving are two n.-plunvs. Robert Uatherman. Chicago. 111. Lciitht-nnyn, of several weeks. She was 85 yc.'irs old. Miss Kimmcl was a daughter of the late Anthony and Mary Morgan Kimmcl. .11111  no intii aim i i-i. -i, .lions commission all the denials of Diehard Allen Kellrr. Middlolown :Ir has ]il juMice and the enforced slavery tnjrrt Thc competition incltid- a_PProsimaieJy twelve of Thurmoni. Miss Wissler nonor at a testimonial dinner, at- of individuals in Latvia. Lithuania. efi a Britten test practical fx.imi- J'VrrKRS CK '.ended by -U of his prosem and for- Estonia. Poland. Roumania. Hun- operation and belt- mer associates of thi- Delaware dis- Eary, Bulgaria and jn2 Fourtocn JU-vtr.ue thfremighi something accom- The racing prosram. starting at smith S-' v trom which he is retiring. plished to rid the world of the p. m. i0riay included or r" .'0 i nn rfcimi.... .1 a. ion nn "'1''''' r i j.j, ill. lllllUUtU l.l I U I A' his retirement, after 3o years worst kind of colonialism that pre- eight heats of harness events and and Dr. Theodore of service with the department. Mr. vails there today. Iwo running races for county own- Gettysburg. Pa. Rice was chief of the review .-jaff of By insisting that they will dis- ed horses." The grandstand acts Friends may call at the funeral tne allf1it division, a position he has cuss North Africa after the safety were Well received yesterday. They home in Thurmont. where ser- for the past three years. Prior of the peoples in the satellite include trained hears, a comedy vices will be conducted Thursday to that he was agent. countries of Eastern Europe is as- dance trio, musical variety, ron- A brother-in-law of Prof. Charles sureri. the French can strike a real tortionist? and a flying act will be C T. Stun, near Frederick, retired for human freedom in the .supervisor of instrumental music in propaganda battles of the "cold here, the schools of this county. Kice war." attended the local schools, siradtiai- For- despite ihe smiles of ;he inc from the Boy's High School in Russians during the Geneva Con- liMfi. and attended the Washington ference and since then in uhat School of Act-ountanry. He is a vet- nowadays is ironically described eran of World War I. and at the hy Moscow broadcasts as "the close of war joined the staff of Geneva spirit." the Communists the Uav Risk Insurance Office, have been im-n.-asina the tension in the "cold war." They have ex- ploited the North African situation anernoon at o'clock by Rev. K. D. Bright. Interment in I'mled Brethren cemetery. M. L. Creaser and Son. tuneral directors. sons and nnly h Charles W. Smith Jr.. I5aliiir No valuation placed nn estate. and the Frederick 1'ich >r Rand will parade anri the that is as rood as any ever seen uvanriftand Thursday and will return. Friday Parade Of Floats a colorful Mi and FFA parade The annual livestock cavalcade floats added. The Audience S'lft.000 YORK k lntenr.cn near Np-.v E. Falconer, funeral KrnrM Smith Knit'-t died F Memorial NF.W Kt'oucli. the base-bali-uivp hiisinessinan from kouis. lias answered 'he question on the ('HS si v e a w .1 y sho'.v SW.MO Question. which is nou a part of ;he Veterans Ariministration. Kecmnins His long career with Krpnrn to he The 'ho fnu-rnai Revenue Bureau in from the continent and thus v.eaKenmg NATO. T liave arin- ed fuel to the flames between two ALL. ft.-GUT. Vir-U too fCr.'ST' r Wt'iLC I92n. he Docame an employe in the lie the trade- by starine national office of the Bureau in 'I It ;hf Cleveland Washington, and later served an in- Tuesday Ho-pital Indians who ended Yankee Magcio's record .ifi-game allies of the West Turkey and Greece. Now thev have taken sides j Joe Hi- 'erini term in the Bureau's Balti- moie office before goin? to Wil- in !he controversy by; ihe Most nf his Iiie had streak. '2 Al Smhh the Tho supper for iiie v. huh the club n-'-f-n at the Frederick villc. Born in Howard County, hi- v. as the son 01 the late anrl Sarah Ann Smith A number o: nieces and nephew- ins only ;T to he lieid At i in. the body he lemovod 'he vViniipid iiirn'i'ai nonv anti to ihe Methodist Chiireh in 'imp lor rites which at 2 p. rn. Rev. J. Hoover ins piiciu-r. Jim Kaaby Jr. was 'he relief pitcher con'inuori ;o hold DiMaggio hitless Master of ceremonies tiai M.irch miniton in lP2t'.. Mr. Rice is a -on of Mrs. Ida M Rice, of Moumainriale. and the Charles A. Rice, and maintains o! shin in ;he Bethel Kvaneel- e Keoimh some help last nicht. icai Lutheran church. Directlv fol- apparently inadvertently. Hi .-it.Mitic. mi 'iit- it'iic: piit-hcr Keoimh saui "I've cot it in inv !-rad bji' 1 can't -hir.k nf i! March broke :n with: "The start- ini: pitcher was AI Smith, and he u TS relieved hy .imi March Mien turned to tho audi- em t- -aid "Thais a hint that was mv fa'ilt." iouing his graduation from hieh school, he was employed, for a brief period a! the Citizens National Hank. B.ASCBALL DEAD PIULADKLPHIA -.y-SLan Banm- riO. veteran baseball writer for ihp Philadelphia i'lqinror and a in Pine Cenir- tr-ry. Friends may call a; ;he Win- Keoush then named Jim Bagby former major leaaue pitcher, died field funeral home between 7 and Jr. at his home yesterday. offering 10 arm Egypt for war. This has increased the tension in the Middle East. The hoped-for "relaxation of tension" in the world, therefore, hr-s been torpedoed by ihe Moscow government. Hence {he opportuni- ties are opened up for the West 10 place the blame squarely on the Communist intriguer- anri infiltra- tors and thus show the oppressed peoples that the West not only has not forgotten them but is alert to. the true meaninc and purpose be- hind the Soviet preten.-e of ihe so-called doctrine of "peaceful co- existence." Copyright. 1955. New York Id Ine. i   

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