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News (Newspaper) - September 1, 1990, Frederick, Maryland A-2 the news. Frederick. M3 satup.i1av. September 193 uses 144-200 second class postage paid at Frederick my. A leased wires and features b. Delaplaine or. President Ond publisher Myron w. Randall vice president and treasurer Marlene b. Young Secretary George e. Randall Genera manager Edward m. Gaydos advertising director Edward f. Mull marketing director Ervin h. Hagy circulation director controller William m. Main or. Plant manager published every evening except sundays and new year s Day. Memorial Day july 4. Labor Day. Thanksgiving and Christmas by the great Southern printing and manufacturing company 200 e. Patrick Street . Box 578 Frederick Maryland 21701 phone area code 301-662-1177 Montgomery county Bureau press room county office building 100 Maryland ave. Rockville my. 20850 on news matters phone 340 1510 on advertising phone 948-5145 subscription rates single copy 25 by motor route or Carrier one month. S5.95 three months six months one year mail subscriptions rates on request All subscriptions Are motor route or Carrier delivered except outside the marketing area. For noon. Sunday. 2. 70 the forecast weather map the acc weather forecast for sunday Calls for showers and thunderstorms in Minnesota Iowa and Northern new England associated with a cold front. Scattered showers Are expected throughout the West while the remainder of the country enjoys fair skies. Western Maryland Carroll Frederick. Howard. Montgomery and Washington counties mostly sunny today with highs in the Low to mid 80s. Light East winds. Tonight fair again. Lows around 60. Light winds. Sunday partly sunny and warm. Highs in the mid-80s. Outlook for labor Day partly sunny and warm with highs in the mid-80s. Maryland mountains today mostly sunny with highs in the upper 70s. Light Southeast winds. Tonight fair again. Lows in the upper 50s. Light winds. Sunday partly sunny and warm. Highs near 80. Outlook for labor Day partly sunny and warm with highs near 80. Friday s temperatures Frederick so 58 Hager Lulu 82, 5s, Cumberland 81, 53 Oakland 81, 57 Westminster 83, 55. Extended forecast labor Day through wednesday partly sunny and warm labor Day. High in the 80s and lows 65 to 70. Partly j j in the udder 70s to lower 80s and lows in the lower to mid-60s the heat goes on by the associated press August Drew to a close Friday with blazing heat in the Plains and fierce thunderstorms in the Southeast. Temperatures reached into the 90s Over much of Nebraska by noon with 90 to 100-degree readings or higher across the Southern half of the Plains. At 3 ., Wichita kan., reached 105 to tie its record and West Palm Beach fla., hit a record 94. Afternoon showers and Thunder storms reached along the North Carolina coast and the Northern coast of South Carolina from Western in i Tori. Nessee through Northern Alabama Southern Mississippi across Florida Georgia and Over to Southeastern Louisiana Eastern Texas and Arizona. Emmitsburg Man convicted bail Cut to in robberies of raping 6-year-old girl from staff reports an Emmitsburg Man has been convicted of raping a 6-year-old girl entrusted to his care. Robert Timothy Cool 26, of Depaul Street faces More than 50 years in prison following his convictions of second degree rape third degree sexual offence Battery and child abuse said Stephen Meyers assistant state s attorney. Investigating officer Paul Gerstner said the girl was sexually assaulted on March 2, 1990, based on a rape examination conducted at the Fred Erick memorial Hospital s emergency room. Testimony during Cool s two Day jury trial revealed the child s Mother woman acquitted of grave Plant theft by George Dorsey news Post staff an Ijamsville woman was acquit Ted in District court on Friday of stealing easter Flowers from a grave at mount Olivet cemetery in Fred Erick. Margaret Estelle Baker 71, of Mussetter Road admitted taking a potted Azalea Plant from a graveside but said she believed the Plant had been stolen from her family s lot. I was not stealing. I was taking what was really mrs. Baker said. Me cemetery Nas Nau problems with Floral offerings disappearing from Graves according to j. Ronald Pearcy mount Olivet superintendent. Judge Frederick j. Bower told mrs. Baker while you May have done something stupid you took the Plant without the criminal intent to deprive. You Felt the Plant belonged to you. However i m convinced the Plant belonged to or. And mrs. Herbert and Shirley main of Sunnybrook drive testified they saw mrs. Baker take the Plant from mrs. Main s family lot. Mrs. Main testified that she placed a Azalea at her family s Graves on april 14, 1990 shortly before 3 She returned to the site about 10 minutes later and saw mrs. Baker removing the Azalea and putting it into her car. Who do you think you mrs. Main said she asked mrs. Baker. How can you steal from the mrs. Main said mrs. Baker replied they do this to she then tossed the Plant to mrs. Main and left without giving her name. Or. Herbert main said he obtained Trio to inf c1 car contacted police and charged mrs. Baker with theft. Mrs. Baker told judge Bower that because of poor health she was unable to argue with mrs. Main so she surrendered the Plant and left. Stealing Flowers from Graves this is a most despicable mrs. Baker said. All hell was in me cause my Azalea had been stolen. I drove around the cemetery looking for it. I be often said if anyone steals Flowers from my grave i la come Back and haunt mrs. Baker said she is a frequent visitor to the cemetery. I visit seven or eight lots. I was really upset when i went looking for escapees still at Large Romney . A two inmates remained at Large Friday two Days after escaping a Maryland jail authorities said. A team of state police Hampshire county sheriff s officers and Fri agents searched a Remote area of Hampshire county where they believed James Barnes and Edgar Kerns were hiding. State police Cpl. B. Burkhart said. Cps Burkhart refused to be specific about where police searched. But he said police found no Evi fire alarms reported during the past 24-hour period ending 8 In Case of emergency dial 911. A.m., my. 550 near Cato tin High school truck fire Thurmont responded. Ambulance Calls emergencies 7 lottery. Baltimore a these Maryland lotteries were drawn Friday night daily lottery 2-2-7 play four 0-1-2-4 Dence to suggest that Barnes 35, of Romney and Kerns 29, of Allegany county md., had left the search area. The search for the prisoners will continue in Hampshire county until we find Cpl. Burkhart said. Barnes and Kerns were the Only inmates housed in the Allegany county jail s maximum Security Cellblock at the time of their escape. Barnes and Kerns Are believed to have taken jail guard Sandra Kay Beeman hostage using her car to escape. Corrections the Banner school which will be collecting receipt tapes from giant and Safeway had its address incorrectly printed in the news Post August 30. The Correct address for the school is 1730 n. Market St. The ladies auxiliary of the fraternal order of eagles no. 1067, will hold its family picnic sunday sept. 2, at the Moose Lodge Pavilion. In incorrect Date was previously published. Correction the gee Bee s full Page and on the Back Page of the paper should indicate labor Day hours to be open monday 9 am-9 pm we regret any inconvenience to gee Bee s customers. Was visiting Cool s sister in Emmitsburg. Cool offered to babysit the child while the two women went out. Jurors debated about 40 minutes before convicting Cool who was rep resented by Thomas c. Nikirk. Frederick county circuit court judge. G. Edward Dwyer or. Deferred sentencing until oct. 25. He ordered a psychological evaluation of Cool. By Susan c. Nicol news Post staff bail was reduced to Friday for a Frederick Man charged with robbing two area convenience stores thursday night. Edward Robert Bowlus ii 30, of Delaware Road was charged with armed robbery robbery theft attempted robbery and two counts of assault with intent to Rob. Bail was originally set at or. Bowlus was charged with robbing the 7-eleven on Jefferson Street at And Paul s ser vice Center on Shook town Road about an hour later. No weapons were displayed and no injuries were reported in either incident police said. He was arrested after his car was spotted on Motter Avenue by Mary land state police trooper first class James Hare who was off duty at the time. John Cejka or. Bowlus attorney told District court judge Frederick j. Bower that his client has a severe drug dependency problem. He added that he has participated in the Mountain Manor treatment program twice. Or. Cejka said his client is not Likely to flee the area because he has family roots in Frederick county. Or. Cejka described or. Bowlus As an introvert who is often led around by others. 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