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   News (Newspaper) - September 14, 1959, Frederick, Maryland                                Weather forecast Cool tonight, low in 50s. Tues- day sunny, high 75-SO. Wednesday fair, little change in temperature. Northeast to east winds 5-15 i tonight and Wednesday. Mississippi Girl Is .Wiss America Page 11 VOL. 281 Taxpayers Give Views On 475-25' Meeting Set For 7.30 Tonight; Brigadoon Votes Support Of Old Assessment Policy Press Kan I Today t l FREDERICK, SID., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1959 16 PAGES 5 CENTS (exchanged hands. The Haberdash- ery, located in the Francis Scott jKey Hotel uas sold by Samuel jWeeker to Stephen Serepca for an undisclosed amount. It was an- nounced that the will operated by Mr. Serepca until: ,the end of the month at which time! 'the present lease runs out. It is j doubtful whether the option will i be picked up by the new owner. The Haberdashery has been in Soviet Moon Feat Widely Acclaimed Lunar Probe Hailed As Remarkable Job Of Marksmanship By Scientists MOSCOW Nikita Damaged In Brunswick Fire operation for thirty-five years. Taxpayers get their chance to having opened at the same time "sound off" tonight on an assess- as the hoiel. The tradition of fine Khrushchev is flying to tt ashing-_ ment policy known as clothes which was instituted by, ton Tuesday amid worldwide ac-: The public gathering will open at Ward and Spear seems to be near- claim for the Soviet feat of land-! p.m-Tn the Court House. ing an end. "ing a rocket on the moon. The oolicy. repealed by the city The o'ans of Mr. Weeker and his. Board "of Aldermen in 1959. is a. famUy" are indefinite; but he said' Congratulations streamed m to-: form of incentive for private de-] .hat they will continue to reside at -day from the six continents for velopers. It became known as the their Braddock Heights home. -this development in the conquest "T5-25" policy because, in the build-: Stephen Serepca learned the O7 SDaCe ing up of the city's subdivisions, j clothing business from his father. r" n seientists uere among' the developers met the initial cost' Henry Serepca who is the owner-' American scientists uere and then were Henry's Inc. on North first to haU tne nandlmg of; sessmems-by the city. The city'street. Mr. Serepca started his! the 860-pound lunar probe as a  quoting Weather r redenck Writes LaSh Prizes To :Heinz Kaminskj-. director of the Be Increased Will Continue jPoemToBeSentToMr.K Shrouded exploded "sending flames some 200 feet into the The fire then Builders favors its' Thf> annii 1 n r T> A oared to a rifleman hitting I j spread to a house borderins the return w-m te her Ot 29 eye of a fly at a distance of sLx' clear weather seems toi A poem written by a native of, Mrs. Maria Briscoe CrokerJ DOWXIEVTLLE. Calif. fAP) Wenner store on Potomac avenue. Wants Policy Renewed it w-s -aaouaced tod a be here Io With the warm! Frederick: was selected fromj State laureate, and Max Lord Motherwell arrived in Rescue Children. The BrigadooB Civic Association s'pokesmaa from the sooniorine ?Ioud, summer weather coming to an among 40 contest entries to be. Baltimore city laureate, who 'custody today Jo' face a charge of Xo injuries were reported. consists of 42 households orsanization. the Junior Chamber held a meeting on September 13; of Commerce. and voted unanimously to support, -jv.g Thursday night date, and urge a renewal of the 75-25; spokesman said proved to be policy. Kenneth H. Barncord, night for the celebration ident of the association, reported i f ar as that 45 persons were present at the jnteres meeting. He was authorized to re-, port the action of the Association to the first regular or special meeting j of the Board of Aldermen and to alii other persons or groups interested. Mr. Baracord stated in part: "We-favor a policy which v.Ql permit us as taxpayers and voters to obtain homes in the future, and for our children and friends to not have to pay an exorbitant cost in obtaining housing. We realize that Radio Budapest said Hungarian. abrupt end over tise weekend, the'sent to Soviet Premier Xikita S-j native of Russia, announced the slaying Mrs. Pearl Ida Putney, a Firemen however made an heroic cmrif't'Of? "tt ft I TIT fMfll In f. nrrv-rtrtc-1 nic- TiCtT tn I ctt inofrtn TV f1 _ and stopped on impact, concerned.  Two Three bovs who ran 'into ,WhlCh might have SIi u 'olice barracks with a! first discussion, for which 90 and Under already appeared. Soviet utes was been Set aside. That will be shortly after ,up control ersy the 1960 presi- dential race and a congressional the Communist chieftain arrives, packing the prestige of the So- viet's new scientific achievement, the weekend bullseye shot to the Dillon on plans and prep-jpropaganda for several days ,v. I aratTons for Khrushchev's visit has been building up great ex- nf fho <3nn. atirvnc nf frnm sna" "1661 On Jan. A, gress l7 the 'irack- .bducUon of a was necessan- becausp thP Ton. from three Saturday Fark laSt nlSht- weie ...._., was necessary because the Con-j filed from three Saturday cards, moon. In response to question, While House press secretary James C. Hagerty described today's meet- ing as a general type of session "that the President and {he peo- Meanwhile members of the ate Foreign Relations Committee the meetings. American officials were working on their own prcp-lhave been playing down hopes of which falls next year on a Sunday. arations for entertaining Khrush- chev at an hour-long tea party Wednesday afternoon. They want to find out "what kind of man he major accomplishments. .SCIENCE ISSUES UP Asst. Secretary of State Fran-j NEW YORK (AP) The "sci- cis 0. Wilcox cautioned Sunday ence fiction" issues spurted in a night in a Nrw York speech that said Chairman .1. William, while he not pessimistic Ftilbright and they warfl about Khrushchev's visit "no one to ask him some tough questions i ought to look for miracles." mixed stock market early today in response to news that the Rus- sians had landed a rocket on the moon. ;and instead of the usual two. in tion to the always profitable Labor reported today Some sources Sa5-jof Maryland last _ a e-nCf -Pohce it Democrat me sources Sa- Day. FINDS MOON GORGE BALTIMORE (AP) An astro- nautical engineer, W. Ray Benton, says he has evidence of a corse 1.000 miles long and one-fourth to one-half a mile wide on the sur- ,face of the moon. SIGNS LABOR BILL WASHINGTON the story may be a hoax, however.r V i u wecKena- the City Police report they to th.e annual conven- continuing the investigation. party s mem- bers adopted a resolution favoring an uninstructed Maryland delega. tion to next year's presidential Eisenhower today signed into convention. the bill regulating internal affairs also expressed displeasure of labor unions and limiting their boycott and picketing activities. with "inter-party alhancet" ess.   

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