The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 23, 1951 · Page 11
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November 23, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 11

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Agree On Way To Make West German Nation i PARIS. Nov. 22 yp)--The Western big three powers and German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer agreed today on the main principles designed to make West Germany a nearly sovereign Allied nation. They decided to keep the principles secrejLbecause some details remain to bw worked out. After a two-hour meeting, the Western Foreign Ministers and Adenauer, who served as his own Foreign Minister, issued a com- munique saying: 1 " . . . . The occupation statute with its powers, of intervention in the domestic affairs of the Federal Republic willibe revoked when the agreement comes into effect probably early in 1952." They agreed the three western powers "will retain only such special rights" relating to "the stationing andt security of the forces in Germany, to Berlin and to questions concerning Germany as a ·whole." | No Mention Of Troops Secretary of State Dean Acheson, British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden, French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman and Adenauer made no mention in their communique of possible recruiting of German troops to join the Western world's defenses against Communism. At least six treaties and convent- Ions will have to be signed--one of them the European Army plan--before the western powers change | their occupation laws to a peace contract with West Germany. The restrictions the Allies still will impose on- Germany are these: The German Government will not be allowed to have its own military forces except as members of the European defense force. Germany will have no uncon trolled heavy industry that could make munitions for war. The Allies can move in when there is an emergency they feel makes it necessary to preserve order or oppose invasion. Allied troops, now an occupation force, are to remain on German Becomes Casualty Helping Save Friend A Gaithersburg infantryman, wounded October 21 while helping a friend hit in an assault on an enemy-he/d position, was listed as a .casualty of the Korean fighting ay the Department of Defense yesterday. Pvt. Joseph R. Beall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Beall, Sr., of Gaithersburg, saw several of his friends killed while he was aiding the wounded soldier. The 22-year- old private wrote his family he thought he was struck in the arm with grenade fragments, but he, didn't remember anything after he was hit until he-arrived at a Korean hospital. Back with his outfit, the Fifth Infantry Division, Beall wrote that tie "has hopes that the truce talks will work." He said, however, that Jiis company was digging permanent,winter foxholes. Private Beall was born in Gaithersburg and attended Gaithersburg public schools. He was drafted last April and sent to Korea in August. ENDS TONIGHT! "SIN TOWN" also Hooalone Cass'dv IE0UL jsRADPOCK DRIVE-IN THEATRE Mi.Wett of Frtfcmk Jnctm bit* W-4M Plus! CISCO KID 'Satan's Cradle" SVJV. JVITJE OfffLYl RORY CALHOUN JANE NIGH At the present time there are approximately 22 organized tuberculosis associations In Maryland, and 15 of these employ one or more paid %ivorkers. soil and their expenses are to be shared by Germany and the Allies. Know America Today's Anniversaries 1749---Edward Rutledge. South Carolina signer of the Declaration of Independence, governor, born in Charleston, S. C, Died Jan. 23, 1300. 1804--Franklin Pierce, New Hampshire lawyer, congressman, Senator, soldier, 14th President, born Hillsborough, N. H. pied Oct. 8, 1869. 1816--Evert A. Duyckinck, noted New York author-editor and literary figure of his generation, born there. Died Aug. 13, 1878. 1862--Gilbert Parker, popular Canadian novelist, born in Ontario, Canada. Died in England, Sept. 6, 1932. 1864--Henry B Joy, early auto maker, Packard head, sponsor of the Lincoln Highway/ born in Detroit Died Nov. 6, 1936. 1869--Alexander M. Patch, leader of the Seventh Army in "its World War II victorious drive, lieutenant-general, born in Arizona, Died in San Antonio, Tex., Nov. 21, 1945 Today In History 1832--Historic Matthias W. Baldwin's first locomotive given a public trial between Philadelphia and Germantown--ran about 28 miles an hour, weighed six tons and replaced by horses on rainy days. 1836--Patent Office placed under the control of a commissioner and present system began of consecutively numbcriiiK patents 1837--William Cnunpton of. Tnun- ton. Mass, issued the famous loom patent for weaving cloth. 1849--Notorious Dr. Parkninn m u r der by Prof. Webster of Harvard, in Boston. 1875--Delegates from 31 States and territories meet in St. Louis t take action to corvstutct the Southern Pacific Railroad. 1918--Gen. t'ersning reports tota' casualties of World War 1 .American Expeditionary Force 36,000 dead. 180.000 wounded 1921--In eftect: Sheppard-Towe' Act--Government reseatch inti infancy and mateimty. 1929--President's Hoover's wire appeal to governors to help reduce unemployment--taken as beginning of the depression. 1950--U. N, forces in Korea open general offensive to end the war Today's Birthdays Wayne Coy, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, born in Shelby Co., Ind , 48 years ago. Fleet Admiral Ernest J. Kmp of Washington. D. C., retired, born Lorain, Ohio. 73 yesrs ago. Louis G. Dreyfus, Jr. of Santa Barbara, Calif., letired after 41 years in the foreign service of the U. S., born in Santa -Barbara, 612 years ago. Sevellon L. Brown, editor-publisher of the Providence iR. 1 Journal and Bulletin, born in Washington, D. C , 65 years ago. Edward L. Fuller, president of the International Salt Co, Scran- - ¥ ~ n '''·'··^·MBBi^^MiM^^^^^^^iiiii FAIRBANKS DEEP WCll W Fa.rbanks-Mor SC complete wafer sys(em _ 504VD24 f $ 195 .00 "13. Or, you *u u ,,,,,,,, ,, FEATURES THAT MEAN RUNNING WATER * 'SoT 111 " ABOUT **«««*«« w Unly ONE moving part J Mofor rated for eonh'noousdufy S John? * h ° Ve $ealed in lubrication W John Crane rofary shaft seal * ?°nf rr ° SiVe Bronx. impeller *· Install over or away from welf H. C. SUMMERS CO. Jefferson, Md. Phone: Frederick 276-J-2 fREE ESJIMATES--BOOKLET! Let us call of your home or farm to estimate your pumping needs. This service h free. All you hove to do is call at our store, phone or write us today. Also auk for free booklet OJi Fairbanks-Morse deep well water systems. · How To Be A Successful Santa: First, give her the gifts she always wants most-gifts of beauty, of luxury, gifts of usefulness--give 'her something to wear. Second, do your shopping early--you'll find fresher, more complete selections, you'll have time to "take your time." Third, bring your list for "her" to the New York Sample Shoppe --here you'll find exciting gift suggestions that will meet her every taste, her every wish--and priced in keeping with hard-pressed Christmas budgets, no matter how small. COATS from $19.98 Dresses from $5.98 Blouses from $1.98 Skirts from $2.98 Sweaters from $2.98 Gowns from $2.98 Pajamas from $1.98 Slips from $1.98 Hosiery from $1.00 Robes from $3.98 Bags from $1.98 Jewelry from $1.00 Shop Early - USE OUR IAYAWAY PLAN AMPLE SHOPPE « fgonr request XOKTIi MAMtKET STKKKT ton. Pa., born In Scrnnton, 47 years ago. Boris K u r l o f f , actor, horn in England, 04 yciiis HKO. .minis A Ki UK. ex-St'cit'taiy of (l\e Interior, boui in lUuriison, W I N , U jeais, ago. Eni'l Schi.im ex-piOMilent of I ho Nc\\ Yoil\ Stork F.xdnitiRo. oorn at Pom. I n d . 58 ycots a^o. Today's UoiOM-ope Todav o n f l o w s \vuh :i mmd (hat ; i n t u i t i v e and Kiftect \Mtli koen nsiKlit. e t liable to occupy itself n pin Mnts t h a t a i e unpi of liable r pi'fli.ip.s he is lael.iiig in apph- aliou. It is f o i U i n a t o t h n t thurc s a spiiit of contentment and na- ural .simplicity, for it will help o render the l i f e moie happy un- ler .stress of disappointment, C H l t D K K N ENTKRTA1NED About 100 children were entertained by Voiture Locale 155 of ilie 40 and 8 at the American Lecion Home 1 in Fred on-.CK on Thursday. The day s t a l l e d with a ride on the locomotive thiough the city. At the home the chilchen -were entertained by the f u l l clioiut, and end men from the St. John's Minstrels and then served n t u r k e y dinner A f t e r d i n n e r they were taken to the Tlvoli Tlu'aUe to see "Force o! Arms". A special deal of candy jiu t.a\v pu.vlo-s, and a toy unn were also presented to the children. The sioup of children wax select ed by the Kivleiated Charllios Tin VovaKCUi'i M i l l t a n e of the local V o u u r e hearted by chairman G E CARD PARTY FIREMEN'S SOCIAL HALL 1'niwi Bridge, Md. Friday, November 30,1951 Pri-r.es Refreshments on Sale BENEFIT V. F. W. AUXILIARY POST NO. 8806" ADMISSION 50c WARNER TlWAI I BROS. I I YOU It* T O M O R R O W rONTINUOUS 11 A. M. TO U f. M. The heartwarming story of a lovable little lady, who could chcrm the gun out cf an outlaw's bond, or brand o desperado with her smile! DUFF-IWONA FREEMAN INE- iENE LOCKHMT · C8AIG STEVENS · JAYC. FLIPPEff Santo kjMW "MW, FIRST S H O W 'iniUOKROW M O I I N 1 N R AT I I A. M ONLY EXTRA FEATURE--.1OIIN \ V A V N I . IN "THE F I G H T I N G K E N T U C K I A N ' LAST T I M K S T O D A ' V -- C O N T I N U O U S 1 to 11 P. M. 11OMI,N and N A N C V Of.SON 111 "FORCK OF ARMS" Th* NVwn, Frertfrlek. Md., Friday, November 23, 1951 SEVENTEEN Llpps wcie In cliaisc of the activities. It Is rsUmjitcrt t h a t (here are 8,000 (jcoplo w i t h a c t i v e tubi'rculo 1 .!'! needing inoclicivl supervision in Mnr land Over 2,000 now cases D RUI ry, THEATREV DAMASCUS, MD. KIU. SAT.. N O V . 23rd fc 21tn "TEXAS C A R N I V A L " ESTIIKIl WILLIAMS RKO SKEM'ON I1OWAUD KKKI, Selected Short Cartoon Shows: FrI., 7.15. 9:21 fi:45 continuous wore reported in Maryland In 1950. IMPERIAL U U t t N S W I C K 6:45-8:45 P. M LAST TIMES TONITE MGM'f'Big*'Technic'olar"]»Iu8teaI "RICH YOUNG AND PRETTY" with JANE POWELL Vic Darnonc 9 Wendell Corey Danielle Darrleux J O I N HOSPITAL, AID MORE THAN 40 PATTERNS... to choose from in Frederick's largest selection of inlaid linoelum . . . it pattern and color to perfectly complement your deconitinjj: scheme for any room in your home. And, you'll be surprised at the low cost of a bright, easy-to-care-for, lomj-wearing inlaid linoleum floor. Expert installation at · very reasonable prices. B U I - RUG STOKE 4 East l'atrick t $k Phone 155 Doors Open Daily 10:45 A. M.--Continuous Shows Prom 11 A.M. LAST TIMES --TODAY-- "Saturday's' Hero" A Love Stoiy Of Todays Youth.. .. .filling the screen with ecstasy! STARTING TOMORROW For 4 Pays Paramount presents MONTGOMERY FT ELIZABETH TAYLOR EXTRA! 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