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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 the.be 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' <-OnSirUCUOn Frederick Coumy Electrical Con-, Orchardists here and in the Thur-j Cne scene On the New r -a-ifc iytn __ _.._.-._ n_U A A __ _ nearly level stretch. i Persons at the place and neigh-! bors lifted the tractor from the; Un JN6W JSUHCling at ui.eu ii-c ".i by the delega-'and buds are swelling- They indi- j1 fin pi Ipfirpfl fJllt FT IS The bill has not been reported as a heavy bloom and a good home at Damascus in the tne apparent urn or ii umucia.moved since cus volunteer fire company ambu-'.when bids were opened was know-n lance Alontaomerv countv nolice-by the Maryland Department of.mittee to which it was referred Buds were held back by the cold! were called to investi-a'e" Public Improvements for the Col--when it was first mtroducsa and have only recently; TOhAO (AP) Tne L.S. when ciibu.ine ignited the wreck- vouth. who was reported badly mantlet; The body was removed _. to the Olin Mclesworth funeral'Company, 615 North Market street, j Tne i home at Damascus in the Damas-Iwas the apparent low of 17 ;To Sieii Bill is not ueen reporiea as a neavy doom ana a gooa season, f i that time and so upon the weather fin 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 w.th 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
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