News, April 3, 1959


April 03, 1959

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News (Newspaper) - April 3, 1959, Frederick, Maryland Weather forectut Cloudy with showers cfeis and evening, high 56-62. Par- ti? 1 clearing tonight, low 3S-42. Sat- urday mostly sunny and. cooler, high ia the mid 30s. The for Sunday, fair and warmer. Mayor "And 'Aldermen Hold Meeting Page 10 VOL. 144 FREDERICK. MD., FRIDAY, APRIL 3. 1959 TVO -i T> A FIRSjt" SECTIONS 18 PAOLb SECTIOJS 5 CENTS Boy Killed Bv Tractor Poison Kills Cancer But ISot The Patient EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, Mo. scientists can poison; Ian arm or leg to kill a cancer1 killing the patient. Electrical Examiners' Only Normal Gains Made The technique is also being used Michael Stevens, Damascus Student, Loses Life In Accident on the Inngs, breasts and pelvis -to fight regional cancers. 1 Tae treated part of the body has tc be shut off from the rest and supplied with a separate; source of fresh blood. Dr. Oscar Creech Jr. of Tulane; University, described the new; method before this week's Amer-i ican Cancer Society seminar. A punipina machine that acts Bill Tied Up By Fruit County Measure In Committee; Proposal At Least Ten Days Before Peach Blossoms. For State-Wide Liquor! Are Out; Held Back Sales Given Governor By Cold Winter Passage of a bill which would. Fruit in Frederick county or-, create a Board of Electrical Ex-lchards has made only normal ad-- Supervisors for Fred- vancement toward the blooming_ home, crashing him beneath it. The youth was identified as Mich- -r TJ. J 1 ael Stevens, son of Mr. and Charles Stevens who reside near' Purdum. several miles from asciis off the Lewisdale road. R-ports indicated the boy had' been our on the farm on the tractor. I j lyl rl I QJ) A 15-year-old Damascus High School ssudent was instantly killed -n heart and lung this morning when the tractor he oulsidft of the body makes the Vppeared dim todav stage, despite recent warmth and was operating turned over near his possible. measure apparently still rains, and it will be at '.east ten :m committee in the House of Dele- days before the pea-h bloom will; 'gates and only days of out in this immediate area, re-- .legislative session remaining. ports indicated today. j I But a State-wide bill which would Cherries, plums and pears prob-' i apparently clear the way for liquor ably will be a little earlier in: at the Francis Scott Key.reaching the jloomin..: stage. Hotel was enacted and sent to The 10-day prospect depends upon: I Governor Tawes. warming weather. If it should turn i The legislation on the electrical cool for any length of time, the God-King Of Tibet Safe In India Dalai Lama's Arrival Announced By Nehru; Fled From Lhasa Of His Own Accord. hit fntnnanv Offers Price factors Association. last weekend when strong to some extent. WKJ sever- _ On BuildinJT [position developed at a public hear-. al days of 70-degree temperatures. ling -called by the county buds are swelling- They indi-- f- The body was removed The Frederick Construction turn. -cated there is every indication of was Up jn a patch of Two drivers a snag mont area said the "fruit has ad-j Turnpike after a i wcre burned to death on the spot and was returning to the residence Frpdprirk Construction examiners board- backed by the-bloom would be somewhat later. TURNPIKE riri-pwav rear the home on a' nurt in a i.di- jty Commissioners to regulate the. Thomas N. Hoffman, this at Tachikawa. and his Dade city anc} Orlando, Fla.. the'normal 26-week benefit carefree boiidav lelectrical basmess in that county. sentenced to 30 days in jaO tioning family had taken their areas. killing one person and in- and were embarked on the 13-v.eek a near nightmare Thursdav jin default of S50 fine for beuig seats. juring nine others. Damage was addition as of March 31. fo- a busiresq man whn drunk on the city streets Thurs- When the plane returned.__the; estimated at more than one mil- it will not mean an additional! for oneTof the pj Judge Holds would all states except those abutting Maryland and with the District Columbia and New Jersey. The object, said Sen. James (D-j Court On River Bank HarfordK was to knock out an' agreement with Florida, which THERMOPOLIS. Wyo. fAP) sends so many more trucks .When Game Warden Jack through Maryland than men fishing in a re-j Vr CSt USlllfif sends there that the Free area, justice was on the; O Tousli Policv is at a financial disadvantage- scene. Origmally omitting New Jersey! One of the four called court into! from among those states withjsession on the river bank and which agreements would remain ;fined himself and the other three Officer James Stockman prefer- red the charge. Vernon J. Smith Jr.. West Pat- journeys to the United States. Floods plagued areas in north- the period on that date. rick street, was ordered to pay The sixth, Lewis Stramski of eastem Iowa, southern Wisconsin Another bill scheduled for the said Irurman Tex" tell Peanell of as left WASHINGTON West-ibis estranged wife S18 a week "for Harrah, Okla.. had left the base and northern Illinois. governor's signature" headquarters. A frantic manhunt had led to his arrest. Police believed he was Frank tire. Five-Day Forecast By The Associated Press Temperatures tonight Wednesday !HAS CHICKEN WINDSOR red rash As the XATO foreign said that her husband has that seven airmen v.ere involved and western Washington. Sunday drivers" who impede traffic. It authorizes the State Roads Commission to set mum speed limits. average near nor- -e of mal. Cool Saturday, warmer Sun- day and Monday and cooler Tues-.pox' dav and Wednesday. Showers are likely tonight and again abouf "NEW LOOK" ORDERED Tuesday. Normal afternoon highs: WASHINGTON are in the mid 50s in the moun-'vestigators report that U tains and the low 60s in the east, munists have been ordered Overnight lows normally are in wear a new look." The the low 30s in the mountains and'to win friends and 37-42 elsewhere. _____________ipeople._______________________! Foreign F.H.S. Student On List Of Highest Ranking In Ration staeten mini_.Lawrence Sprenz. 29. the Sying ;bank robber who has been on the I FBI'S most wanted list since Sept. 10. 1958. Pennell. 36. was arrested after jhis four-passenger plane, which (matched the description of one in construed as offering was given a suspended six await the investigation. After the rain fell in the area during WASHINGTON The Sprenz has been hopping to the Soviets. House of Correction sent-board's findings were made night. bor Department wants to revise about the country, crashed near- 1 The United States, meanwhile, on condition that he pay. for lie, he told a reporter: "The less Showers or occasional rains its consumer price index because .pledged anew the full use of Its the support of his family. _------------------------- were expected to continue during American spending habits have! AIertsi for_ Sprenz' plane had ;nuclear missile and bomber strik-i He was recently placed under a _ __ the dav from the Great Lakes changed a great deal in 10 years. oeen Put out in neighboring Mis- Am'ona lhe reasons: Americans sissippi and earlier in the day at now buy more television and New Orleans, cars, and home Police became ever, more cer- fined S10 and costs for exceed-, Tmvv w Va Atlantic Coast by tomsht. less dress clothes. itain Sprenz was in the area when Acting Secretary of State SO on Route 40 in the western IUVV.N. Ar __------------------'__ tian Herter told the I5-nation limits of Frederick on March 19. nas caaea ior Ministers Council latejTrooper Richard Alderton charged nr Local ArtlStS Take jiiiutauav that U.S. power today'-the defendant after he paced him mine ;is greater than it has ever been, at 75 mph. !He declared that this country is the corporate limits of Charles Town should be extended Top Art Show PriZCS Carl D. Shores. East Fifth street. lo include Shenandoah Dowss The present index is based on the Plane's occupant did not ar- the spending habits of Americans rive al a hospital for which he' in 1950. To set the index, the gov- had started. emment prices about 300 com- Just changed my Pen- modities and services :n 46 cities, nej1 explained later. 'Fne index, nopuiarly known as his pilot, Jimrnie Under West Virginia each ]of highest rankiisg i throughout the nation. 1 He was graded through a Nation- sary effort for the common de- creating a string of traffic. al Merit Scholarship test given last fense. 1 fail to 40.000 National Honor Socie- "I pledge also full willingness ani ;ty members. He placed in the use our strength in the common :1500. aad is to be judged again by''defense if need be." Shores said he had two glj.----- ithe National Honor Society Scholar- of beer at a Brunswick tavern and of 200 racing days tms year, wnscn anjru Suppucan. i Board in Washington. This DAMAGE S300 time judging will be based upon Two automobiles activities and an essay. total of approxima the ages Thursday about p.m. ;n a A i A _ Edward M. Rude. RFD I. Falli ing ling track is scheduled to ooen urst Pa. eie. now v s collision at South Jefferson Walers> w. x-a., was fincd S10 and meetinj: May 1. with Charles Town Amonz :oc-ai exnioitors m aadi- ;S locietv home office In WashmS" svrcets- according to city pohce. costs for driving his 1959 Cadillac followi iL which is under the NaS 1 Association of Secondary School The Frederick MESA, Ariz A woman's James P. On the way Pennell and Hamil- ropria- ton decided they not hurt unds tc badly aca vould drive into Little Hock. They were on their way when police, armed with shotguns, stopped them. Warned that Sprenz would be armed and dangerous, police offi- cers took no chances and isrnored uinn that a in excess of oa Roate 40 Pennell's nrotests until FBI acer.ts on July 16. The wo :ion to the prize winners is Doyle attempt to snoo avay a wasp assured their prisoner" was instructor at Elm while driving resulted in a colli- cki-JT, located opposite each Eskew, art iwill receive a scholarship for college, not through three miles. .past eight months, but only this Apnl 30. a red traffic light "and collided The defendant claimed his carHveek decided the issue was ready students on the bus was hurt. Patrolman Carroll Bollingerj with the vehichToperated bv Wil- is "equipped with a special device to be placed on the ballot. stock as Flaherty 34, Si SJ-AJiS.-JL'S- the in the area wouli eluded in the extension. Hamilton said the plane either ran out of gas or developed engine trouble and he crash-landed in the 'best spot he could find. Photo By Frank J. Kcefer David H. Rohrer According to an announcement from Frederick High School, a sen- ior student, David H. Bohrer, has Jjeen notified that is in the list charged passing a red WITHDRAWN 3jm MAKE -DECISIONS" sTrcct huckcd off the mood of v h TracTures and summoned to a hearing Apnl AXNAPOLIS (AP'-Gcv. Tawes, AUCKLAND. New Zealand cautlon uhich has dragged 3 __________. j i ft-m- iTlii-ftrt tlirtticanrf cnvffprf 1. _ _ idub in which he served as treasurer. Explorer Scouts, ar the t t cinft r Episcopal church. He is the son about to speed Mrs. Margaret Rohrer. school The brarian, 10 Jefferson "lth passinR a red Three former Frederick High graduates are now attending col- lege on scholarships granted due to high scores achieved on the Nation- al Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. They are Robert Hammond, University of Cincinnati; Nancy Thrasher, Washington College; Colyn Phillips, Carnegie Institute this afternoon. injuries in a Mesa hospital. Mrs. Key stocks were up from frac- Flaherty and another daugh-' lions to a point or more as Wall ter sj_.ricy Ann Gibson. 13. were WEE WOMEN of Technology. V VESSELS GROUNDED WELLFLEET, Mass. (AP) A Boston fishmg vessel bucking a heavy storm went aground on a sandbar off Cape Cod early today with the loss of two and possibly three lives. forward to make "decisions Christ" Friday at the close of BE READY announced last night he was thousand persons recent sessions, drawing his nominations of three men linked with James E. (Jack) Pollack to Baltimore's Traffic Court, elections board and liquor board. Tawes nominated three men out- side Die Pollack organization as their prospective successors, J hour-long sermon by American evangelist Billy Graham. He opened his crusade at the Auckland football ground ho'oro an audience officials estimated at FT. N.C. Bruce C. Clarke warned here to- day that future Army units "must be combat-ready for the enemy's PLANE CRASHES ARGENTIA, Nfld. U.S. Air Force Constellation of the At- lantic radar patrol crashed and burned on landing at the Argentia base Thursday night, killing one best, or they are not ready and severely 'injuring sever- all." tal others of the 24-man craw. "You have two personalities, one more obnoxious vhe othfd" .'SPAPERf ;