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Worcester Democrat and the ledger-enterprise. (Pocomoke City, Md.) 1921-1953, August 08, 1941, Image 2

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FROM OUR
EXCHANGES
GASOLINE PUMP EXPLODES
WHEN STRUCK WITH A CAR
Gasoline was splashed all over the
police station at Reistertown and the
occupants were soon outdoors.
A car struck two end pumps at a
gas station close to the police build
ing and one of the pumps rolled to
the latter place, exploded and gasoline
went in all directions.
The driver of the car, Elmer Doland
Fischer, was pinned in his car and
he was taken out by Officer Adams
and two Reistertown residents. He
was taken to the Franklin Square
Hospital in the Pikesville ambulance.
Fischer had fallen asleep at the wheel
of his auto. He was severely cut.
The Reistertown, Pikesville and
Owings Mills Fire Companies spray
ed water on the police building and
put out the fire in the tanks.
CAR RUNS AMUCK AND
DAMAGES A RESTAURANT
Damage which may exceed SSOO was
created at a restaurant owned in Sea
ford, Del., by Mr. and Mrs. William,
A. Hill when a car driven by Thelton j
P. Smith, of Greenwood, failed to
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The MARYLAND TRAFFIC SAFETY
COMMITTEE’S SLOGAN for the week is:
“PREACH TRAFFIC SAFETY; THEN PRACTICE WHAT
YOU PREACH.”
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negotiate the curve at the intersec
tion on Front street Highway and
North street, and crashed head-on in
to the side of the restaurant.
The crash damaged the side of the
building, but caused the greatest dam
age by knocking over 250 bottles of
liquor from the counters in a pack
age store in the building. The liquor
containers were smashed and the con
tents lost.
Also injured by the crash was Jen-.
nings Gordy, who sleeps in the res
taurant and who acts as nightwatch-j
man for the establishment. Gordy,
was cut by several of the falling bot
tles and surgical attention was ren
dered by Dr. Bruce Barnes.
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SHORE INSTITUTE NAMES
NEW MAN FOR LIBRARY
The appointment of Mr. Henry E.
Coleman, Jr., of Lexington, Ky., as
I Librarian of the George Avery Bunt
ing Library of Washington College
' has been announced by President Gil
bert W. Mead.
Mr. Coleman, a native of Virginia,
is a graduate of Center College, Ken
tucky, and holds the A. M. degree in
English Literature from the Univer
sity of Illinois, where he received the
B. S. “with highest honors” in Library
Science, and at the University of
Michigan Library School, from wlych
he received the degree of A. M. in
Library Science.
During his professional life, Mr.
Coleman has been connected with the
State Teacher’s College at Belling- ’
ham, Washington, with Northwestern i
University and the University of lowa <
where he served as Supervisor of De- ’•
partmental Libraries.
Mr. Coleman will take over the di
rection of the Washington College
Library on September 1.
Did you know that a marble is very
useful in mending small holes in the
fingers of gloves
WORCESTER DEMOCRAT, POCOMOKE CITY, MARYLAND
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When sifting flour several times,
use two pieces of waxed paper, sift
ing the flour first on one piece, then |
the other. This saves dish washing,
and prevents spilling.
ISlSUijiF^
MAN USES HIS TEETH
IN FIGHT WITH ANOTHER
Warren Sorrell of Townsend was
| fined $25.00 and costs by Judge W. F.
I D, Williams Monday on a charge of
: assault preferred by Claude White
! head, Jr., also of Townsend.
! According to evidence introduced,
I Sorrell was alleged to have bitten
I Whitehead through the shoulder when
! the latter took him to task for using
| profane language in the presence of
Mrs. Whitehead. The incident occur
red on the beach front at Cape Char
les.
Sorrell is said to have admitted that
he was intoxicated at the time and
immediately following the assault to
have gone to his home. He was ar-
I rested there by Deputy Sheriff John
! Read Womble.
When one comes across a screw
top jar that is stubborn, one need
I only stand it top side down on a
i warm oven for a few minutes. The
I most obstinate will open readily.
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BAB-O 2 cans LAYER 2-layer OCc
CAKES cake
Babbitt’s 1 < c Jane Parker Chocolate
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of business Saturday, August 9th.
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