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   News (Newspaper) - November 5, 1964, Frederick, Maryland                                Weather Forecast Fair tonight, low in 30s. Most- ly sunny, highs in 50s Friday. Saturday fair and mild. Winds northwest 8 to 15 m.p.h. through Friday. VOL. 19 Broiler Meah Are Easy Atid Tasty Page B-l Prut Run Today I I FREDERICK, MD., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1964 THREE SECTIONS 32 PAGES FIRST SECTION f- SING LI OC COPY 30c WEEKLY BY CARRIER Search Begins Again Harmony Grove Location Out As College Site Percolation tests in two large over again in a search for the areas of a proposed site for a college campus, separate Frederick Community Board member Hallar Best College in Harmony Grove have suggested giving Sweadner and failed to pass minimum Health Lawyer authority to find a site, Department standards. obtain a price and, if necessary, This leaves the junior college an option to buy from the land again without a "home" and owner, and arrange permission with little chance of finding one to start percolation tests im- within one mile of Frederick, mediately on any new land found College President Duval Swead- for the junior college, ner told the college Board of Sweadner said "We may have Trustees on Wednesday. to go farther from Frederick to Board of Trustees President find a site for the college. He riarence C C Thomas ap- said the Hagerstown and Bel minted a three-member comm- Air community colleges are ittee C Gordon Smith. Hal- located several miles from their lar Best and Miss M. Lavenia communities. Hood, to help President Swead- ner start the search all over again for a junior college site. Tolbert F. Lawyer, supervisor of school facilities, who con- ducted the percolation tests with Health Department officials, le- ported that neither area tested at the Harmony Grove site would pass the Health Depart- ment standards for more than one private h o m e on the pro- perty. Lawyer suggested that six Myersville Votes On Bond Issue Shattered GOP Looks To Romney For Leadership Mission For Humphrey? Johnson Plans To Stregthen NATO Alliance GOOD E Lyndon B. Johnson and Vice Prseident-elect Hubert Humphrey en- joy barbecue ribs at the victory rally on the AP Wirephoto LBJ Ranch near Stonewall, Tex., yesterday. President Johnson's running mate flew to the ranch for the festivities. Goldwater To Hold Party Reins Whipped Leader Feels His Party Will Pick Another Man In 1968 Election Council To Consider Resolution Tonight; Water Ban In Town Is Lifted Final Call For United 540 Absentee Ballots Checked Official Vote Canvass acres this fand be retained as an addition to the adjoining Harmony Grove School property. Superintendent John L. Car-, Fund Drive Begins; No Changes Due WASHINGTON (API One'nomic disagreement between WASHINGTON (AP) M of President Johnson's first France and West Germany! post-election moves in foreign withjn the European Common, the ballot box of a Re: Market. publican party shattered by In about a month, British I President Johnson's towering Atlantic Prime Minister Harold Wilson plans to come here for talks av7ianchea in which Johnson a needed school meeting tonight to vote on a house and storage area resolution designed to permit Gordon Smith suggested that RQ tQ the a previously proposed new water system. caW "T Mavor Gilbert Stroup announc- "still available and said, gd (hat ban do not see when which has been in effect since EhferJ? felrr" acreage than that." The town reservoir 1S flllcd' Appeal Within Of Goal; Any Contribution Is Welcome The official tally of votes cast' pletcd checking the tally sheets Treaty In administration there is persistent speculation that Johnson may ask Vice President-elect Humphrey to nuclear Navy toward been w_ jn quarters with johnson He is anxious to some formula for shifting wpanons force apons m registered strongly in nearly every precinct outside five Southern states and Arizona, Romney won re-election by the State s top djscussion which could tear cutting deep into Democratic Detroit, upping his previous the support in Negro districts and e oa scus in Frederick County in Tues- received from precinct officials on A me a pro oiem s. NATO apart js French President dav's presidential election plus on election night. Charles De Gaulle. 540 absentee ballots began this The election officials then be- son may ask Ball alone to carry, He .g threatening to drop out morning in the Circuit Court gan counting the more than 200 out sucn a mission. fl[ the Common Market unless room. absentee ballots cast before elec- Turone West Germany comes to terms Registrars Mrs. Annabelle tion day by local civilians who send an to Europe on a European grain Send us a buck, send us a Board of Mrs. Annabelle tion day Powell and James Messersmith, knew they were going to be out increases as becomes more quickly Supervisors of town and the over 300 ab- ana more President h price plan. He has also implied uir f wdl there hat s0 far as is winning 40 per cent backing from those who voted for the Democratic President. Governors To Meet LANSING, Mich. (AP) Michigan Gov. George Romney by telegram today 51 mher land considered east of Sm56. the Frederick County United Ap- Frederick is not available now The three parts of construe- peal, announced this morning and rights-of-way prevent the tion of the system and each in- ihat the appeal this year is now use of land near the Monocacy dividual cost will be: a holding -Wlthin S4 000 Of our goal." River. Sweadner reportd. pond, intake main and pumping Smith pointed out that the station, the filtration The dlive- sup area around the Monocacy will plant, and the force posed to end on Monday, nas have municipal water and sewer main to the town, been extended to next Monday, facilities as soon as Frederick The town decided at a meet- City annexes this land and sug- ing last month to delay telling gested a junior college location the three separate contractors somewhere in that area. to start construction until the WHh .hi, Plea (or J-XMW to com- find dreds of small contributions to Mrs Grace stickell and plete the absentee ballot count a 1NA1U iplete the drive. Harry A. Mrs. Elizabeth Knill. are doing this afternoon but said they secretary of the counting. could release no offical tally of i, they com- o the final collection meet- hcduled for noon at the Frederjck Trucker Hurt In Freak Mishap A car-old Cumberland Two write-in votes were found truck drner. who was injured in the results from the pre- checked concerned the figures on the voting ma-1 th chines stored at the Montevue bring talks in Wash- Home. ington of considerable impor- Peace said there is no pos-, e Rpleian sibility of the absentee ballots to the a hance. Be g a or any reasonable mistakes found in the reports from the precincts changing the local re- sults. navy would split NATO open the implication i being that France would vir-' tually withdraw from the al- liance. We need far more than 40 Mayor Stroup said however, the d- d us a send us G. Horton Peace, Donald Whit-' sentee ballots cast by local ser- cerned U.S. success in carrying I th Re- governors acres but possibly not as much town is still using tl.e emergency worth and Miss Naomi Rems- vicemen stationed in posts the Plan for a NATO' meet in early December to 100 res'" S'weadner said pump and if the reservoir be- alining. nnA arn1inH thp world. lie spread me woiu uidi I1C i cnlit NATO ee _iy "etemner ro ae -We must have land for suf- comes low again, the ban will ficient parking facilities, rcc- go back into effect creation and physical educa- Total cost of the proposed tion uses and for future expan- three-part water system for Myersville is expected to be Spaak is due here next week for consultations with Secretary of tate Dean Rusk. Spaak, a former secretary-general of NATO, has been one of the Eu- (Continued On Page 5) Two acres of land needed east drve of the Easterday road are in goa] jjarpcr litigation. jje taiked in terms of one such until' 'we" reach oiir Bohrer was admitted to the hos- Officials Meet Eleclion Returns Still Coining In Trio Accused In Thefts From Rose Hill Manor; Youth Gets 2-Month Term persons charged in con- 488.203. pital about a.m. today, suf- fering from chest and back grand promotion, such as a pains. "game night" sponsored The accident occurred, police some local fire company or said, while Bohrer was drhing church but said he hoped that his tractor-trailer east on U.S WASHINGTON (AP) Still a flood of small contributions 40. about two miles west of My- incomplete returns from Tues- from those who haxe not giv- ersville. day's election indicate that the en might make this unnecessary. Bohrer told police he looked total voter turnout fell far short Harper emphasized the "ex- in his rear uew cl Frederick. truck drner. who was injured in tie lesuiis irorn.UK ropean leaders most actively .mewhere in mat area. 10 scan consirucuon u.un   Repubiicans didn.t support attacked the buildings held by him But he listed Romney as the police. an unfathomable "Mormon Paz, 57. who became presi-j of the predicted 71.1 million but treme need" of the 11 member saw flames shooting out from vised subdivision regula- know how to proceed with re- probably topped the 1960 total. agencies which make up the under his trailer. the schedule for SpeCt dent when a popular uprising a military junta in 1952' fled wilh his family and Romney, who wouldn't back Goldwater actively because of With -maM of 175.756 polling United Appeal including the Sal- Thejl the Mayor and-and sewer lines to these areas. to Peru in a Bolivian mili-j m n. t e Robert A au bexJ i S- i ffl newsmen in Lima his teat he tend'and overload our systems vice president. Air Force Gen. units counted. President John- ration Army, YMCA. Children's over son had 42.03fi.243 votes to 26.- Aid Society. Travelers Aid So- 449.960 for Sen. Barry Gold- ciety, Esther Gnnage Kinder- water a two-party total of garten. Frederick Red Cross. mi intprppntnr P Bov and Girl Scouts. Counseling got into Bohrer's tractor and also expects to have estimates nection with a series of rob- In 1960, the total of presiden- Services Inc U.S.O. and the started pulling the tractor away from planner Julian Tarrant sewer line and treatment plant. Sees at Rose Hm Manor this tial votesI for all candidates Federated Chanties. from the trailer. The new subdivision Simrner have been held for the Democrat John F. Kennedy, He said all of these agencies As this happened, the trail- tions. designed to modernize the, SSriiurv Republican Richard M Nixon "are locally operated to make er. which was not properlj set present set of rules which were Journey III Space Ordered held after a prelimi- and minor parties plus those a better Frederick community, up for leaving the tractor, passed m 1945 have been the __- nar hear in" in Magistrate's cast for unpledged presidential "Your United Appeal agencies lurched about two feet forward, subject for much discussion for Court this morning were electors in Louisiana and Mis- are locally operated b> and for hitting Bohrer. several months. Chares- Wate, Shearn. 29. si.sippi totaled 68.832.778. local people and cannot let The fire, uh.fh started in the Included in the rules is a pro- Tinron Apartments on three The 2.604 precincts still unre- them down" "Send anything, brakes of the trailer, was ex- vision requiring developers to charges of" peUy larcenj. ported come mostly from send what un, can. but send tmgu.shed by the Myersvjlle f.re charges of grand larceny, and sparsely settled areas, which something before the drive is company Gene Barrientos, was to blame for the coup. Onlj minor damage for all public improvements in braking and probably have" about 200 votes Over or we will have failed our resulted. Tfc. Top E. Barnes ,n- a subdivision section before ob- tmee cnaiges ui u taming approval from the City T O U. O. 1O Craft On Trip To Mars entering; Robert Henry (Jranshaw, 41. Li n c o 1 n Apartments, two charges of receiving stolen goods: and Miss Rose Marie Jack.son. 20. Chapel Alley, one charge of re- ceiving stolen goods. Detective Lt. Ellis G. Carty said that Shearn admitted tak- ing several rings, a power saw. an electric drill, a stereo set, and a rifle from Rose Hill Man- each- community." Harper said. News-Post To Award Prizes Eight Area Newsboys In Competition For Maryland-Delaware Press Award Eight newspaper carriers from Luther Hargett Jr.. East fellow students and extra activi- Rocky Says Barry Is Finished MADRID, Spain (AP) Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller indicated today that he con- siders Sen. Barry Goldwater's j leadership of the Republican party finished. Asked whether the defeated presidential candidate should continue to lead the party, New York's Republican gov- ernor said: "That has been sufficiently answered in the elections." -----0---- (J.O. 111 v- 1UVH1I11O VI JJi au or, the property of Mrs. Alice this area nave been chosen for Sixth street, and C. David Wai- ties, such as sports and clubs; dock Mountain the Ballenger Planning Commission. i CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) of each 25 and because of the Many developers have voiced The United States prepared importance of collecting infor- objections to this proposal, con- today to launch Mariner 3, a, mation about the planet for tending that it would cause un- robot explorer, on an intended future shots, the space agency due hardship on builders. The 8'2-month journey to Mars to scheduled two identical pay-'the offensive. His state's GOP Chamber of Commerce also re- take pictures and collect scien- loads for firing in the present national committeeman, John quested the provision be deleted, tific data. November favorable period. Martin, called for the dumping Expected from Tarrant are A powerful 10-story-tall Atlas- Mariner 4 is being readied on' of Goldwater's personally se- estimates on the cost and time Agcna D rocket was set to blast an adjoining launch pad. Its lected chairman of the Republi- needed to prepare the use off between p.m. and firing datej possibly as early as can National Committee, Dean plan. The plan, as now proposed, p.m. to start the complex week, will be determined Burch. would include the area west of load across 350 million miles of, after analysis of early results] Burch, clinging to his J. S. 240 to the foothills of Brad-, space for a brief encounter with i from Mariner 3. i a-year job, found some "encour- Bohman on North Market street competition in the second annual ter, Thurmont. citizenship: clubs and organiza- j Creek, Rock Creek, and Carroll extended. Maryland-Delaware Press Asso-1 These boys will receive special j Creek areas The items had been pawned at Newspaper Boy Award kits prepared by the Maryland-'tlon membership, church and areas- various shops in Frederick and program Delaware Press Association for religious activities, wise use of j------ Baltimore, and were recovered seiectjon Of the most outstand- judging of the most outstanding earnings from newspaper route the planet next July 17. If successful, the unmanned U.S. spacecraft will sweep with- Key information sought is the density of the Martian atmos- phere. Mariner 3 is supposed to aging" signs in a debacle in which Goldwater won six states and 52 electoral votes to John- on POM] w Mnsshnr? and Fan! W Aiossouig, ana ma.led to an tarners who have The carriers were judged in hours. bled stock market showed loss- in 8 600 miles of Mars and pro-' collect it during a swift 60-sec- son's 44 states and overwhelm- vide the first closeup informa- ond penetration of that 486 Electoral College bal- tion ever obtained about the phere before skimming past the lots- scram- planet. Many astronomers be-, planet into orbit about the sun. Mars harbors a basic form Mariner ,3's television camera was designed to snap 22 pictures Aeronautics and during a 30-minute period of roui yv, to a carriers who nave The carriers were judged in nours. -7, fr v Mrs. Bohman to the shops after newspaperboys for two groups -senior, 15 years of From the.se most outstanding cs in steels early this afternoon of llfe, such as vegetation. admitting their associations with year or more age or older and junior 12 to carriers, further prizes will be but the losses were countered The National Aeronaut! Ae our moLutsSndlng in if yeare The questionnaires, given to carriers' of first and by gains among assorted blue Space Administration said Mar- near encounter. The spacecraft senior division are: Glenn were j-dged on the following: second choice in each group by chips. Trading was moderately iner 3 will not be ab e to detect'is equ.pped with magnetic tape Bnl Rudy, route work: length the Frederick News-Post. acUve. life but ,s to gather the to be Shearn. Shearn was employed as gardener and handyman by Mrs. Bohman. of service, sales records (new delivery record, First choice carrier in the senior and junior division will have their questionnaires sub- of bill and personality and ap mitted to the Press Association JG A clark) Dill avenue; In another case before Maps-, Frankljn Wayne Norris, B and 0 trate Byron W. inompson mis avenue and John Hahn North collections and prompt payment morning James S.er 19 was Market of bill and personality and ap .......r..r. sentenced to two months in the In the iimior division: Craig pearance; scholastic for judging among all first' said today President Johnson' Because Mars is in a favora- Marjland House 01 co.iccuon 'Atheyi East second academic standing, attendance choice winners in the two-state, probably would visit Australia We position for a launching LBJ TO AUSTRALIA SYDNEY, Australia (AP) Sydney afternoon newspapers needed to design life-seeking capsules which the United States hopes to land on Mars in 1969. mitted to earth one or two times each during a 10 to 20-day peri- od after the vehicle has passed Mars. Because of the extreme communication distance, nearly nine hours would be required to (Continued On Page 'street; Donald Schildt, Wak.ers-irecord, attitude to teachers next year. 1 from earth, only one morfb out' transmit one picture, The GOP national chairman said the election had established a "true two-party system in the South" which the Democrats debated hotly; had won more than 26 million voters to "the conservative philosophy" and had ended the campaign "fis- cally sound and strong." Johnson, with more than 41 million votes from 98 per cent of the nation's polling places, was playing the part of the magnani- (Continued On S) INEWSPAPERif INEWSPAPERif   

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