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News (Newspaper) - July 12, 1961, Frederick, Maryland 1ft THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Wednesday, July 12, 1961 Kiwaiiis Get Report On Toronto Meet py after being an- nounced by Robert L. Smith, who led the singing, Sperry Storm was at the piano. Rev. Charles F. Trunk Jr., gave thanks for i the food and for the safe return I of foe delegates and their fami- 1 lies. Tne 1962 international conven- tion will be held in Denver, Col. it was learned. UNITARIAN'S MEET Mayor Alexander Greene and nine other members of the Rock- vilie Unitarian Church told a meeting of the newly organized Frederick Unitarian Fellowship held in the Staley Park Field House recently how to form a Unitarian Church in Frederick. In a one and onerhalf hour panel discussion, each of the Rockville Church members ex- plained a different aspect of the work they conducted in creating the Rockviile church from a Fellowship two Headlines I Upset Market By Sam Dawson AP Business News Analyst j NEW YORK i headlines pull the stock market in opposite directions these days. The j i tug of war adds to the problems i of business planners and multi- j i plies the worries of big and little i investors alike as they try to guess j which stocks are going which way. i And the consumer, too, can't be sure but what all the warlike' alarms sounded on the front pages won't upset his own plans. So he: also turns cautious. In dollars and cents there seems to be one fairly safe prediction i of what the headlines from Wash-. ington, Moscow and Berlin mean: Defense spending will go up. So, 11 Firms Violators Of Blue Laws Aid Will Be Used To Help Many GENEVA (AP) Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson Monday said the U.S. government plans to make sure that its foreign aid funds "shall be used, not to en- ANNAPOLIS Judge Ben- i rich the few, but to improve the jamin Michaelson Tuesday con- 1 lot of the many." victed. 11 corporations operating The U. S delegate to the United under one Gta of violating Anne Arundel .County's -while the United States can- blue laws governing Sunday sales, j not make decisions for other He imposed minimum fines of I countries on measures to foster i each on the firms, whose com- social justice, we plan to offer in- I bined operations are controlled by, ducements to make it attractive advertised and generally known to developing country to i the public as "2 Guvs from Har- i undertake internal changes in its TO SIXG HERE The Herald- ginia: Baritone. Keith Bell, ers Male Quartet of Eastern i Baltimore: Bass, David John- Nazarene College will be sing- son, Ridgeway, Pennsylvania. will the U.S. Treasury deficit. at the Church of the Na- j A representative traveling with fears of further inflation will I zarene, Frederick. July 16, j the group will speak briefly I. R. Witthuhn I. R. Witthuhn. Wisconsin businessman was named presi- dent of Kiwanis International on July 5, by delegates attending the 46th annual convention in To- ronto. Ontario. He becomes the official spokesman for 260.000 Ki- wanians in more than 4.800 clubs in Canada and United States. Members of the Kiwanis Club of Frederick, meeting Tuesday in Francis Scott Key Hotel, heard the reports of President George B. Delapiaine Jr., Vice-President Clyde M. Roney Jr.. who were delegates to the convention. They were accompanied to Canada by their families. Stirs "Hassle" President Deiaptaine said the most far-reaching action of the convention was the passing of a resolution to extend Kiwanis to foreign lands. This caused quite a he said, but was passed by a vote of to 1.762. Proponents of the extension pointed to she growth of Rotary International and Lions Interna- tional overseas and said Kiwanis was in danger of dying because of ''drifting near the fatal shoals of complacency, provincialism, i depleted membership and inac-1 tivitv. .while other other civic i organizations have doubled their j members by extending their j frontiers, we have too often been content with those we have." The clubs will aiso seek to m- i crease individual memberships and to create new clubs, the re- port stated. The convention took over all of i downtown Toronto with registra- i tiro exceeding 18.000. Convention j sessions were held at the Maple Leaf Gardens, which for several i of sse sessions was overflowing, i Headquarters was the Royal York Hotel. Canada's but not large enough for the Ki-' wamaas. President Delapiaine: reported. Some delegates were boused as as 40 miies away. The three isain streams of' piaaskig for the ccevestios erv-' feslowsbjp and the to the ideals of Ki-. lis and a free society. described to the csub. Also the eciertaisaene planned for vives and children was of the fin- est. Presided Deiapiaise roki tbe He aiso quoced iron; some of se talks by the various speak- ers. Reports Roney torn of the esectkm of officers and trustees: In addition to naming Mr. Witi- Buhn president, the delegates presidents, a treasurer, and six inieraatkma; trustees. Tne wiH serve for rwo years, joining six bokiover trustees. Toe total number of trustees on the Ki-.vac- is International Board i-s twelve. New officers and trustees are: JlerSe H. Tucker of Sar.ta Fe. New Mexico, member of the Ki- wanis oi GsL'jo. New Mc-xi- co. President-elect: J. C. son. Edmonton. Aiberia and :y-iive persons attending the meeting then heard a stand- ard set of bylaws obtained from national Unitarian sources read by the temporary chairman of the Frederick Unitarian Fellow- ship, Dr. Thomas Matney of Rocky Springs. For two and one half hours, the group discussed the proposed bylaws and changed them con- siderably to fit the local needs of a Unitarian Fellowship. It was decided that a set of officers for the church society would be elected at a meeting to be held on August 13 at a local Frederick civic center. A Unitarian picnic and social gathering was also planned for July 30 at a Frederick area park. Regular weekly services will be- gin in the fall and a Sunday School will be started later in the year. A church musical pro- gram will be organized by Miss Dorothy Handley. Three members of a Nominat- ing Committee to select officers for the new church society were selected at the meeting "in the Staley Park Field House. They were Horace Rees of Watkins Acres. Ralph Kuehne of Mary Street, and DP. Bertram Haines of Wilson ftee. Other commit- tees wifl announced when the officers are chosen. p. m. The personnel of the quartet is as follows: First tenor. Elwood O'Dell. Altona, N. Y.: Second tenor. David Randlett, Newport News. Vir- be weighed by both stock traders and consumers. Increased government spending will hel psome companies with new orders, and some workers__________ with longer work weeks or more county job opportunities. i Stocks of companies which seem likely to benefit already are at- tracting the attention of stock I market professionals. Companies which won't benefit will look less attractive by comparison. Here are some of the front-page county. items that business and the stocki ,_Llo-vd J. Marshall and to i market are trying to assess: Charles Robert Smith and wife. L'fhe Berlin crisis has .upset the county. about Eastern Nazarene Col- lege, a fully accredited Chris- tian liberal arts college locat- ed in Wollaston Park, Quincy. Massachusetts. Carroll E. McAllister and wife to Helen F. Mock. S3. county. Helen F. Mock to Carroll E. j Stray Thoughts I On World Affairs By J. M. Roberts Tri-State Bowling. Inc. to David Associated Press News Analyst nson." Michaelson warned them, however, that a second offense could result in loss of licenses. Firms Are Fined own best interest." He added that "the crucial ne- j cessity is that aid shall be used j effectively by governments willing j Epstein and Sons of Man-land, j Some thoughts left over after a I retail establishment on Ritchie The fines, totaled each for Ito make economic and social re- 10 of the firms, which were con-' forms so that it will benefit not victed of violations on three sep- i onlv a few' but the people as a arate Sundays. An llth corpora-! whole." tion was convicted of one count! While obviously criticizing past and fined S20. international aid programs, Stev- Judge Michaelson struck out the enson did not accuse any country charges against a 12th or organization. Vornado. Inc., which in the cor- j porate structure directly controls i operations of six of the defendants but does not operate a section of; the store under its own name. i Up To Owners j The ruling may force the big "MONTY" ACCEPTS LONDON Marshal Viscount Montgomery has ac- cepted an invitation from Chinese Communist leader Mao Tze-tung to visit Red China and Tibet. Used Trucks Buses And Parts Bus Bodies Used Truck Tires Dump Trucks Or Bodies Woodbine Auto Wreckers Woodbine, Maryland Sykesville We Buy Batteries, Radiators vacation: The Soviet Union has agreed to furnish warships and bombers to market. War talk always does. Francis C. Pearl and wife to Indonesia in an obvious attempt While defense spending helps i Richard Francis Pearl, et al. to encourage a push against imany companies, armed conflict i jDutch Ngw Guinea It's another wav of creating di- tj. i r ui, nv J. caiiu wilt, The charge that the American SIO, city. :v economy is being bolstered large-! Maude E. Volluse to George W.; feel Indonesia has a negotiable upsets the financial applecart of i Elizabeth M. Willard and hus- j countless more. baml to Louis J. Warner and wife. vision in NATO. Some members LV by defense spending now, and Astlin and wife. county. claim because the Dutch them- that disarmament would under-' Charles F. Wilcom. et al, to Po-' selves always considered New mine it. is denied by Adlai E Ste- i tomac Edison Company. SIO, right Guinea a part of the East Indies I venson. chief U.S. "representative: of way. to which the Indonesian govern- at the United Nations. Kenneth S. Miles and wife to ment succeeded. The problem i He tells the United Nations Eco-, Charles W. Becker Jr. and wife, i bears s0016 resemblance to the i nomic and Social Council meeting i SIO, county. i one France has in trying to keep in Geneva that a disarmament i Alvin Gehr Quinn. Executor to ithe Sahara Ol1 lands which she pact would help the U.S. economy. I Marguerite E. Quinn 000 city herself once incorporated into Al- Then we could turn "our resources Carl B, I from production of instruments of! Frank L-. i death to the production of the! city. I manifold things we need for a bet-1 Rock Creek Estates. Inc to Willard and wife to Crebs and wife, S10, The Soviet newspapers are not i surrounding the Berlin dispute with the atmosphere of crisis Hfe." i Richard E. Zimmerman and wife" i When former President Dwight; Sio. city. SestanS that Khrushchev is not D- Eisenhower left office he asked i E. P.'Lovejov and wife to Jesse I really to lead the Rus- j for a defense budget of billion j J. Ellison in the fiscal year that has just county. and wife. 60 v" u, [Highway to close down on Sun-! days. Defense attorneys said it would I be up to New Jersey interests who control the business to determine j whether they can perform limited Sunday operations under the scope i of Judge Michaelson's ruling. The operators were testing a 1959 amendment to the blue laws in Anne Arundel County NEW THE OLYMPIC ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER With more electrified functions than any other typewriter plus a score of other outstanding features for easier, faster, finer typing! CALL TODAY FOR A FREE DEMONSTRATION WILLIAMS TYPEWRITER SUPPLY CO. 126 E Patrick St. Phone 3-5861 which I hold that a business employing j more than the proprietor or owner i and one other person can not! make general Sunday sales. HELP FOR PAPA FUKUOKA. Japan i Blanche Lease Smith, et al. to f Sians Pr' ,.1S supported by an Allied intelli- gence report that the Red Army fathers are puzzling over this mand from the Fukuoka Munici- pal Workers Union: "Childbirth i leaves" for husbands when their wives are in the hospital during confinement. The union claims! the lack of domestic help makes i it imperative for the husband to j be home. I WHITESELL PHARMACY "PRESCRIPTION CENTER" MO 2-4848 238 N. Market St. FREDERICK'S ORIGINAL PRESCRIPTION SHOP We Will Pick Up Your Prescription And Deliver Promptly Without Extra Charge. COLLEGE LAUDED j The Frederick Chamber of Commerce has commended the Frederick Community College for i its excellent secretarial course which began this fall. In the latest issue of the Cham-1 rnond. Chamber manager, says, i ''From time to time we have: heard the remark from local businessmen that good secretar-! ies are hard to find around: Frederick. We wish to call at- tention to the Frederick Com-! munity College secretarial cir-! riculum which provides anyone an opportunity to brush up on shorthand and typing and to ac- quire the skills of a good secre-: i I wften Europe was going through a great war scare because of the ss to Betty county. Talbert and wife to Rice. county. Clarence W. Lantz Jr. and wife I nedy to raise that estimate. He j Matthew P j now asks S43.4 billion in new mili-; LOU Merriman j tary appropriations. Citing this as an excuse, Soviet Premier Khrushchev has just an- the Soviet Union is rais-: to Robert Frederick Robertson! military spending by one-1 and wife_ S10- county_ -c- i Herman James Larse Jr. and i otlicial estimate that the i wife to Max Kilgore and wife. SIC, i 6IK1 IniS IlSCSl ptfv in the red was i and Man v already to BEAITIES IN CRASH MIAMI BEACH. Fla. Three Miss Universe contestants were involved in an automobile collision Tuesday during a motor- cade from the beach to their hotel. They were shaken up but not in- jured. The lead car stopped short at an intersection and the car behind hi: its rear fender. These involved were Sheila Wade. Miss Texas from Dallas: Kathy McManaway. 20. West Virginia from rrlncetc-n. ana Deanns Osterrnan. Iowa from Ocoeyecar. is are only a guess how much more the Treas- ury will have to borrow to meet the bills. Tne stock market and the bond market will quickly take Business executives may revamp i Potomac Eaison Company, some of their planning- too. time it could affect all. of us. some of their planning- too. In! of i -T .'ames V I may guess that is trying to run a on Berlin and that he will fold if the Allies match his -i and raise. Men responsible for tne wife to Shir-! fate of nations cannot leave it at ley V. Hutzell. et al, SIO. county, j that. They have to decide what United States of America to they can and will do if he Daniel J. Thomas, et al. S200 per reraises. year. Judgement of Taking. j In this respect, the Allies now Nellie M. Hough and husband very urgently need to set some to Dannie W. Holsinger and wife, j counteroffensive goals. A new SIO. county. j test will come soon over East Nellie M. Hough and husband to i German Communist attempts to Dannie W. Holsinger and wife. SIO. impose air access controls, county. i Ruth D. King and husband to i SI. TROUBLE IN TYROL j VERONA, Italy (AP) Self-1 Moxley and ife to j styled freedom fighters of South j Potomac Edison Company. SI. i Tyrol ranged far out of their i Licenses: i right of way. George A. Speer and wife Potomac Edison Company, railway lines in blows aimed at! j home grounds Tuesday and blast- to j ed four of Italy's international i 'right of way. inomas Vincent Kolb. 18. and Russell C. Thomas and wife to Jti-sie La ana V> elcn, 19. both of Potomac Edison Company. S275. tourists travel into Italy in even j inurmom. j right of way. more said German-Ian-! Joseph Henry Carty, 25. and William H. Fell and wife to Po-! guage pamphlets left beind by Clara 27. tomac Edison Company, SI, right the bombers. "We warn thse who i bo-th of Thurmont. j of way. Property Deeded: Emma S. Cutsail to Richard Gottlieb Hausler to Paul G.; Dennis Shofer and wife. SIO, city. Hauler and wife. So, county. Marvin W. Hubble and wife to Austria over the South Tyrol" once R. Wastier and wife Lucille Brandenburg. an Austrian province." flamed Carroll E. McAllister and wife, i county. i again. the rich tourist trade. "Next time we will cut lines of propose to spend their vacations in Italy." The old feud between Italy and Charles A. Swain. Cape M a New Jersey. Intemauona: Vice- Presidents: C. L. "Doc" Morris. Springfield. Illinois. International Treasurer: Martin T. Wiegand, Washington. D. C.. Edward C. Keefe. Oklahoma City. Oklahoma. Dr. R. Glenn Reed. Jr.. Marriet- la. Georgia. E. Pennsylvania. James Char.es West Olsen. Trus- St. Marys" M Moler. Vii ginia and Le Roy J Provo. Utah. Internation President's Background President i er.-ed as a First Lieu- tenant o; Artillery in World War I. He is Executive Vice-Presi- dent of an Industrial Laundry Service in Milwaukee. He and Mrs. Vi itihuhn ha'.e one caughter and two grandchildren. He has a for tweniy-five years. For two years. Mr. Witthuhn served chairman oi the Kiwanis Iniernationai Board Committee on Permanent Home Office under whose guid- ance the design and construction o? the new million-doliar Kiwaras Internationa! Buiiding in Chicago was accomplished. A former president, he is cur- renfety a director of the Milwau- kee Association of Commerce. He i-- a trustee of the Milwaukee County Kiwanis Foundation. which he organized, a member of the Milwaukee Better Business Bureau, and a former president of tfrie Milwaukee Civic Alliance. He is also a member of the May- or's Civic Progress Commission. He is active m work with the Boy Scouts and the YMCA as well. 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