The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 21, 1951 · Page 5
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 5

Frederick, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 21, 1951
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Off Course Plane Fired Upon; Lost BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, Nov. 30 (ff)~A United States military plane carrying diplomatic cargo and four crewmen was fired upon by Hungarian and Romanian border guards Monday and is now missing, the American Embassy announced tonight. 'Sketchy details from Yugoslav sources suggested the plane had been from 40 to 200 miles off its scheduled course to Belgrade from Erding air base near Munich, Germany. Reports from the pilot, as disclosed by the embassy, made no mention of damage from the shooting. . A day-long search was carried on today by British, American and Italian planes along Italy's Adriatic coast from an air base at Treviso, Italy, and will be extended into northern Yugoslavia tomorrow. Mistook River The embassy said it was believed the missing crewmen became lost and mistook the Drava River, - flowing close to the Hungarian and 'Romanian borders, for the Sava which marks the air corridor to Belgrade. Both rivers are tributaries of the Danube. The Drava runs 40 miles east of the Sava s course. The U S. Air Force announced early today that the plane, a two- engined C-47 transport, left Erding air base yesterday morning with freight and supplies for the American embassy here. It had eight hours supply of gasoline and was last heard from at 4:16 p. m. (10.16 a. m. Eastern Standard Time) -- nearly eight hours after its departure. At that time the pilot messaged: "Low on fuel. Not sure I can make Venice or emergency landing."- Was Off Course The plane was scheduled to fly over Innsbruck in western Austria to Venice, thence east to Zagreb and down the Sava to Belgrade. The embassy statement said the plane was sighted entering Yugoslavia from the direction of Udine and near Ljubljana, on the Sava in northern Yugoslavia. "The plane, according to Yugoslav sources, reported itself over Zagreb when actually it was over TT arazdin (40 miles to the north- e»st of Zagreb and on the Drava), the embassy statement said "it is believed the pilot mistook the Drava river for the Sava River." The embassy said the transport THE FIRST THANKSGIVING Illustrated by Walt Scott IMPERIAL 3RUNSWICK 6:45-8:45 P. M. LAST TIMES TONITE "CATTLE DRIVE" (Color By Technicolor) JOEL DEAN CHILL McCREA STOCKWELL WILLS LEON AMES · BOB STEELE EXTRA k 3 STOOGE COMEDY I "Don't Throw That Knife" I THTJK.-FRI. NOV. 22-23 "RICH YOUNG AND PRETTY" with JANE POWELL Vic Damone · Wendell Corey Danielle Darrieux JOIN HOSPITAL AID Doors Open Daily At 10:45 A. M. Continuous Shows From 11 A. M. NOW PLAYING Doors Open Thanksgiving 112:45. First Show at 1 P.M. The football story that 1 * never Seen toU before! 'Moot th* own" of our JoUegwl TONITE AT 11:30 P. M. Doors Open 11:15 F. M. Thanksgiving Eve ADVANCE SHOWING OF A GREAT HIT! A LOVE STORY OF TODAY'S YOUTH... GEORGE STEVENS A PLACE IN THE SUN «* t t£F£ MWSCllE · "£££ «ORM S1EVENS Scwplij 6y K*M«i W'lwilM Hj-ryBfWM B»«d 8" I* wvd, *K MM CAH TMHOY 4 THEODORf DREISER * t» MTUCK ««W W ·«!« In* Ike iw Ticket* Now On Sale »t Box Otflet ater was sighted north of Virovi- ica, 60 miles southeast of Varazdin nd only about 10 miles from the, lungarian border. Later it was een near Beli Manastir, about 75 miles farther east and about the ame distance from the Hungarian .ne as Virovitica. , It finally was traced as far east s Jasa Tomic, about 50 miles torth-east of Belgrade on the Lomanian border. "It was fired upon by Hungarian aorder guards, according to a re- Dort from the pilot." the embassy tatement said. "It finally went as ar as Jasa Tomic. where it was ired upon by the Romanian border uards." The embassy said it was believ- d the pilot then realized the plane was off course and turned about. n two later reports he said he was icar Zagreb and then west of Zagreb, headed towards Udine in taly. (A U. S. Air Force press officer t Frankfurt said, so far as he cnew, the plane carried no naviga- or. He said the pilot possibly leaded all the way back across Yugoslavia, instead of toward Belgrade, because he became confused.) A spokesman at the U. S. lega- ion in Hungary said the Hungar- an Government declared it knew nothing about the missing plane.) furs hod been gathered oM summer, and stored owoy to be mode icrto winter doriimg. ThatfoH on abundant harvest was reaped. Wifftam Bradford was elected to the first of many terms as governor of Plymouth Colony, succeeding the first governor, John Carver, who died m office. The 51 members of the colony, pMus their Indian allies, Md a great feast of Thanksgiving, which lasted thtcc days. It was America's first Thanksgiving Day. com titi BY »t* ·renvtcr m6 J L. Many hardships remained to be overcome. But with Thanksgiving in their hearts, the *ilgnms. knew thot, wttfi Sod's help, they hod won their botria far freedom. Social Situation At a buffet supper you finish the food on your plate and would real- y like to go back to the table and refill it. Wrong- Go ahead, even though the hostess hasn't asked you to. Right: Don't refill your plate unless the hostess asks the guests to do so. Santa Glaus Parade Friday Plans were completed Tuesday afternoon for Frederick's official Santa Claus parade, which will se held on Friday. Scheduled to arrive at t the Fountain at Seventh and Market streets at 2 o'clock, the jolly Saint will pass down Market street to :he Square and then west on Patrick to the Francis Scott Key Hotel. En route, his official party will jive out candy canes to the kid- lies, and Santa will accept the traditional letters of request for Christmas presents from the kiddies. Girard W. Gallup, of Sears, Roebuck Co., Arthur Marshall of Penney's, Andrew Maule, manage* of Newberry's. and Denver Baynum of McCrory's are arranging for Santa's float; George C. Slagle, secretary-manager of the Frederick Chamber of Commerce is handling other arrangements in connection with the parade. Last year's Santa Claus parade, undertaken by the Retail Division of the Chamoo or Commerce to officially herald the beginning of the Christmas shopping season, drew thousands of adults and children to the business district. Expectations of an even bigger turn- F D COVERS FROM 1944-1951 AT THE KEY STAMP CO. 116-A E. Patrick St. Hrs. 3:30-5:30 Wk. Days 9-9 Sat. out this year aie causing the committee to request a police escort lor Santa s protection. His entourage will consist of a sound truck at the head o£ the parade, playing Christmas carols and holiday music, then Santa's float will go by, followed by his supply van which will carry the candy canes. Boy Scouts are being asked to help with the distribution oC candy under the supervision of local merchants on the committee. CARROLL MANOR 4-H The regular meeting of the Carroll Manor 4-H Club was held at the Carroll Manor grange hall. Business meeting was conducted by president Robert Frye. Mr. Cissel, the leader asked "how are we going to build our treasury." A scrap drive was suggested which will be held on November 23. Anyone with donations should contact Ralph Thomas or Melvin Willis. Buckeystown. Following discussion of the scrap drive, members were given a cattle test. Robert Frye had the highest score. STAR 4-H MEETING The rcfiuJar meeting of the Star 4-H club was held on November 12 BICYCLES "Buy The Best" SCHWINN--All Models INDIAN LIGHTWEIGHT Gear Shift Model"! SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD 'XIL XMAS Biick's Cycle 413 N. Market Si. IH61-J -- Open 9 'Till 9 ID /KM A sous, MD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21st ·'Appointment With Danger" Alan Ladd Cartoon Selected Short Shows: 7:15. 9:24 THURS., FRI. SAT Nov 22nd. 23rd, 24th "TEXAS CARNIVAL" Esther Williams Red Skelton Howard Keel Selected Short Cartoo* Shows: Thurs-Frl.. 7:15, 8:15 Sat. 5:45 Continuous HOSPITALS ARE SICK Why does sickness cost so much? A r* port of vital interest to everyone, based on thorough investigation of the existing conditions. Be sure to read this important and revealing series of exclusive articles now appearing in-THE BALTIMORE EVENING SUN Delivered in Frederick FREDERICK NEWS AGENCY 53 S. Market St. Phone 311 A day to renew our faith in the land where freedom is a birthright, hard work rewarded by a bountiful Mother Nature and where we in The Farmers Mechanics National Bank enjoy the friendship of the finest people on earth. Closed Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 22nd THE FARMERS MECHANICS ' NATIONAL BANK Frederick, Maryland M«mb«r Federal Depesit Insurance Corporation CHECK THESE FEATURES COOKING WITH GAS 18 · QUICK · CLEAN · DEPENDABLE · ECONOMICAL Beyond th« Main Use "Breotane" FREDERICK GAS CO., Inc. Tel. 2575 Box 338 JOIf HOSPITAL AID TODAY SOON THE KI EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED DR. WALTER SNOW OPTOMETRIST 41 North Market St. Phone 835 at the home of Mi 1 , and Mrs. Harvey Keller with Patsy Keller as hostess. The club was divided into APPLES Grimes--Delicious Slay in an--Yorks Sweet Cider WALKER ORCHARDS Ml. Airy 7-i-J Th« N*w§, Frederick, Md., Wednesday, November 21,1951 THIRTEEN two group*. Meetings are to be held on the first Monday of the nonlh «nd the third Friday. Mrs. 1'owuRon and Mrs, Young jf*ve u demonstration on skin *ruptions. The f o u r Klrls in the demonstration were: Jeanne Adams, KeKinn Flfer, Ann Main and Virginia Willis. Refreshments were served by thf hostess. Strawberry plants set out hi the fall seem to produce more fruit than those set in the spring. 4 "THANK YOU" FOR YOUR PAST PATRONAGE! FREE SHOW TONITE! C. AT"S OPEN* fii'O · FREE SHOW AT 7:15 P. M. JRAPPOCK DRIVE-IN THEATRE K-Ttet «« Fnfarick THE EAST SIDE K1OR "CLANCY ST. BOYS" 5 CARTOONS 5 FREE COFFER A DOUGHNUTS PRE-HOLIDAY ^TONITE! STARTS AT 10 P. M. · LAST COMPLETE SHOW 11:30 P. M. B E G I N S WITH A AND THE PICTURE ON EVERYONE'S LIPS! TOWN" HOPALONG CASSIDY "BAff-20" BKO1 C K A W F O R I * CON'STATsTE BENNETT LEO CARILLO ANDY DEVINE 1 SAME PROGRAM PLAYS THURS. FRI. NITES Bring The Family On Thanksgiving! PREPARE NOW! FOR TOMORROW Snow Mud Tread TIRES TRADE IN YOUR OLD TIRES · The following prices consist of an assortment of GHlelt* Super Traction, Fisk, Firestone Mansfield. 6.00x16 $19-74 6:50x16 $22.08 6.70x16 $22.08 6.50x15 $21.82 6.70x15 $21.82 7.00x15 $26.87 7:10x15 $24.35 7.60x15 $26.87 7.60x16 $27.37 4:50x21 .../. $17.48 5.00x19 , $17.51 5.50x18 $18.61 5.50x17 $19.95 WE HAVE 30x31/2 CLINCHER TIRES · ALL ABOVE PRICES ARE TRADED WITH TAX INCLUDED 38 E. Patrick St. Frederick, Maryland SEAT COVERS See our large Selection of Fibre and Saraa Plastic Seat Cover*. Fibre Covers 45 Coach A Seilaru from up EXPERIENCED Seat Cover Servica INSTALLED FREE J 38 K. Patrick St. Frederick, Md. A Hxil OUt Snsltionod THANKSGIVING DINNER FOR THE FAMILY Dinner '2.00 Child's Dinner *1.00 Blue Goose Grapefruit -- Fruit Cup Supreme Cocktails Cherry Stone Clam, Fresh Lobster. Blue Point Oysters New Enplane! Clam Chowder Creole Crab Gumbo w i t h Okra Choice Roast Young 1 Turkey, Oyster Stuffing, Cranberry Jelly Roast Prime Ribs Of Beef -- Au .Jus Baked Kentucky Ham -- R u m Sauce Boiled Onions -- Mashed Turnips -- Garden Peas Fresh Sauer-Kraut Brussel Sprouts Candied Yams Baked Idaho or Whipped in Cream Potatoes Hearts of Lettuce -- Roquefort Dressing Pies: Pumpkin, Mince, Apple, Blueberry, Peach Ice Cream: Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, Butter Pecan Choice of Beverage Full Course Broiled Rockland Lobster- Drawn Butter $2.50 Full Course Large Tenderloin, Fresh Mushrooms .f3.00 t G R E A T E I I F R E D E R I C K SEA FOOD RESTAURANT 500 W. PATRICK STREET PHONE 1959-J -- 2328-W Private Rooms For Luncheons, Banquets Including Private Dance Floor OPEN 11 A. M. TO MIDNIGHT WARNER BROS. STARTS WITH A GALA THANKSGIVING EVE MIDNIGHT SHOW TONIGHT at 11:30 P. M. ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE r THEY MET USDEBFIRE. AND THEIR LOVE FLAMED' A hofrgrenade hero in Hmckty boots and the blue-eyed^ WAG who had him, waHdngoavelvet! UKK THAT 'Hove NANCY FRAJftf 4^nr\r%\ * GOT c MfCHAEL CURTIZ t**C*8D BY TODAY ONLY--CONTINUOUS 1 TO 11 P. M. MICKEY ROONEY In "MY OUTLAW BROTHER" .NFW SPA PERI NEW? WSPAPEI

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