The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 19, 1951 · Page 7
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November 19, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

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fWO Tbe Xewt, Frederick, MA* Monday, November 19, 1951 Poor Market For Apples HAGERSTOWN, Nov. 18 Orefcardists here are wondering whether the poor market for apples this fall forebodes a speeding-up of the trend toward peaches as the major local fruit crop. The apple harvest is nearing its end in this county, which has about 40 per cent o£ the State's peach and apple trees. Most of the fruit is grown in the western end of the county where the apple crop was slightly bigger than usual in amount of production. But two factors--dry weather, which reduced ,the size of the average apple, and a weak market --have played havoc with profits for orchardists. Poor quality apples were going for 50 cents per bushel retail for a while at some orchards Average Price S1.75 The United States Department of Agriculture estimated the average price in Maryland this year at $1.75, compared with $1.95 last year. Early in the harvest season, the Appalachian apple service produced figures to show that growers were losing 56 cents per bushel on Yorks delivered to Martmsburg processing plants. j The picture isn't all black, how-! ever. The Production and Market- j ing Administration bought 16 car- j loads of surplus Grimes Golden apples at $1.70 through its Hagerstown office for iue m «chool ^cafeterias and institutions. Growers producing unusually ime irun j are getting prices to match, like | the apple grower just norih of here who has been selling top quality Delicious at S4.75. But a long range trend away from apples toward peaches has been developing here. The 1925 agricultural census showed 523.833 apple trees in Washington county, with only 296 565 by last year. During these same 25 years, peach trees increased in number from 143.790 to 195,712. In Maryland, as a whole, the quantity of apple tree? has gone down 70 percent and peach trees are down 50 per cent over the same quarter century. Westminster By-Pass Bids Asked In Spring WESTMINSTER, Nov. 18 Chairman Russell H. McCain has announced that the State Roads Commission will seek bids nex spring for a bypass to take a dual highway around Westminster. The. announcement came as Gov ernor McKeldin, members of tb commission and newsmen tourcc highway projects in Carroll Coun ty- A four-mile extension of rebuil U. S. 140 between Reisterstowr and Westminster is to be opened December 15 and will take the dual highway to the northeast edge of Westminster. The bypass would connect it to the present route north of town and continue to State Route 32. Also scheduled to be" opened December 15 is a five-mile extension of the new dual-highway from Baltimore to Frederick which replaces a section of U. S. 40. The extension runs from West Friendship to near Lisbon. Contracts have been let for another extension to Ridgevillo anc this will put the highway within 14 miles of Frederick. The visit here by the Governor was part of the wind-up of a Statewide highway inspection tour in which the Governor saw 2,000 miles of roaduay. Christmas Street Decorations Go On Street decorations for the Christinas season, blossomed into light Saturday, wav ahead of most merchants' window decorations but exactly on schedule set by the sponsoring Chamber of Commerce committee headed by William B Bennett. Jr. Citv Electrician Max Kehne and his crew finished stringing evergreen garlands intertwined with colored electric bulbs across the mam street, Friday New white- way lamp decorations ordered months ago did not arrive however until Saturday morning. They were placed in tune for the scheduled November 17 turn-on. The colorful three-sided plr.slic covers for lamp slobes save added brilliancy to thi= year's decorations Usual bulb-spotted evergreen twined outlines of star 1 ;, have also been placed on light standards along streets. WOULD TRANSFER TROOPS SINGAPORE. Nov 18-i/Pl-Transfer of British Commonwealth troops from Korea to Malaya was urged today by the Conservative Sttaiis Times after "the blackest of black \veeks" reported In fighting Red guerrillas It said the 25,000 British, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand ground troop* now on the Korean battlefront north of Seoul are needed to fight Communist uprisings in Malaya, dating from 1948 The newspaper contended editorially the stakes in the anti-Red campaign are greater in Malaya than in Korea, L6I STOKEi COM GEO. S. RODGCK and SON Phone 908 STH AND EAST ST. C O U N T S GENERAL STORE DAMASCUS, MD. PHONE 3751 Shoes. Galoshes, a Buckle Arctics Boots. Jackets, Shirts, Pants Work Clothes and Dresses Wolverine Work Shoes (perfect for dairy -work, dries out soft) $7.95 Woherine Dress Shoes . $1095 Children's Shoe* ........ $2 95 Girls' Shoes $3*49 Oirls' Black Suede Ballerlnl $3.49 Endhott Johnson Men's Work ? h ° es , , . $5.95 4 -Buckle Arctics and Boot* S5 95 Shoes . ...... jS.95 4-Buckle Arties and Boot* ..... $5.95 Children's Sno Klx . Boys' Sweaters Boys' Jackets . . . Men's Dupont Zelan Wool Lined Jackets $7.95 Men's Gabardine Sport Shirts $2 - 95 Carpenter Overalls . . 1 4 9 5 Men's Hats . $3.95 to $5.85 Men's Trench Coat* .......... $Sg so Mec's Sutts ........... S49.50 Men's Ties, all colon ......... $1.00 Ladies' Nylon Hollywood . $3 9g 11.98 14 95 Ladled Dresses . $595 Bulova, Benrus an5 Gruen Watches Bnlova, America Girl $49.50 Bulova Co-Kd, 17-J. $29.75 ftnlova, Men'*, 15-j, told hind , , , . , 128,75 Suspended Detective Ts Found Not Guilty HAGERSTOWN. Nov. 18--VPi--A suspended Baltimore vice squat} detective was acquitted of dis- ordeily conduct chaiges here yesterday in a msjjistrate's court The foimer detective, Frank R. DifiRins, has been working as an undercover man for the Hagerstown Police Department in gambling investigations Diggms was suspended from the IT'S BREEZY - It's a lovely day at Miami Bench, Fin., ns Bikini-clad Doloies Medlin demonstrates with her bandana scarf fluttering in the trade winds. Baltimore fore* After · ttreol fight that was started by a row over a parking ticket. An appeal of his conviction In the case Is on file in Annapolis. Both Dlggins and Robert L. "Dude' Horn, who has an Interest in 8 Hagerstown vending machine company, told Magistrate Jacob Berkson that the other had used abusive language when they had an argument Friday in a downtown hotel lobby. Berkson said testimony wan so contradictory that he felt he should dismiss the charges. Slate To Gel Nearly $2,000,000 Road Aid WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 JP)-New York gets the most and Vermont the least of a §500,000,000 Federal highway aid fund to be divided among the states and territories for the fiscal year beginning next July 1. New York's share was figured out at $30,724,302, closely followed by $29,681,979 for Texas. Vermont's share was $1,993,186. The Federal Aid Highway Act, provides $224,000,000 for projects on the Federal-Aid Highway System, $150,000,000 for projects on the secondary road system, and $125,000,000 for projects in urban areas. In announcing the state-by-state apportionment today, Secretary of Commerce Sawyer said the funds will be expended under the supervision of the Bureau of Public Roads under the 'general procedure in use for many years. State highway departments propose projects, prepare plans, award contracts, and supervise construction, all subject to Federal approva.l Federal participation Is limited to half the cost, except in States baving public lands. In those States Federal participation may be increased above 50'per cent by one- half of the per centage of the area of the State that is public land. Maryland will receive $1,935,- 0«3 for Federal-aid highways: »!.- 182,205 for secondary or feeder roads, and $2,054,609 for urban hl«hway«. The State's total it $5,171,877. Flood Water Engulf* Adia, Gty In Italy HOVIGO, Italy, Nov. 18 (/P)~A wall of flood water five miles wide rolled slowly down the Po River toward the Adriatic today, completely engulfing the city of Adria and driving the 36,000 peo- pie of Cavarzere and Loreo from their homes. The worst flood disaster in Italy's modern history was driving an army of nearly 200,000 refugees before it, and already had taken a death toll of at least 100. Hundreds of thousands of acres lay u n d e r the brown devastation. Damage amounted to uncounted millions of dollars. Together with storms which hit Southern Italy and Sicily last month and took 110 Tives, the flood was the worst natural disaster for Italy since the Messina earthquake of 1908. Italian armed forces and civilian authorities marshalled all available amphibious equipment tonight in an effort to save more than 35,000 PAINTING AND D E C O R A T I N G RESIDENTIAL. COMMERCIAL All Work Guaranteed Property Damage it Public Liability Insurance CALL 1S27 E. Harp Gilbert (Formerly with Coblentz Palnttnc ft Decorating Co.) i 114 W. 5th St peraons marooned ta tot delta · the rampaging Po. The Army, which hag taken over direction of rescue and police duties, worked throughout last night td rescue 8,000 persons from roofs, treetops, and hilltops. American and British servicemen front Trieste helped man landing barges and amphibious vehicles for rescue work. Waves of muddy water 12 feet deep in some places rolled along, engulfing rich farm fields, villages, and towns. From resorts on Lakes Garda and Como, from Venice and from Rimini boats of all kinds and sizes were en route by truck, train and water to the flood area. disturbed today m th« Atomic Energy Commission again postponed further nuclear tests. Wind condition* had delayed the experiments for several days but it was calm last night A spokesman *ald the wind was but part of the reason why there was no atomic blast today. He declined to elaborate. Scientists said the new series, whenever it begins, is not expected to be as spectacular M the five detonations which rumbled over the desert and mountains between October 22 and November 5. NUCLEAK TEST POSTPONED LAS VEGAS, Nev., Nov. 18 C/P) --The desert quiet remained un- aettva duty her* today. An enlist-,tlve duty with the Army In 5e ed reservist, he was ordered to ac- itembcr, 1950. RELEASED FROM DUTT FORT MEADE, Nov. 19--Cpl. 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