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November 23, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 13

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tMHITEEW The News, Frederick, Md., Friday, November 23, 19R1 Red Network In Dining Cars, MeCarrah Savs ' WASHINGTON, Nov. 22 Senator McCarran (D-Nev^ said today- the Communist Party has established the nucleus of a "courier system" on American railroads ior communication between its underground leaders. The Reds have gained a foothold in the railroad industry through a small independent union of dining car employes, said a Senate Internal Security subcommittee headed by McCarran. In a statement accompanying the subcommittee report. McCarran said: "It will be obvious that members of a Communist-dominated union of this character establishes for the party a message channel as effective and more secret than the United States maiL' The subcommittee identified the labor organization as the Dining Car and Railroad Food Workers Union and said that since its founding in 1947, its activities "have been directed from the Communist Partv headquarters in New York City."" Testimony Made Public An investigation of the union was made by the sub-committee which made public more than 150 pages of secret testimony taken during July, August and September. Although the union is certified as bargaining agent only for dining car workers on the Pennsylvania Railroad, the subcommittee said it has dues-paying members on other lines and is pushing a membership drive. One witness testified the union has about 1,800 members: other. witnesses indicated the membership total was nearer 1,000. The report was the second issued recently by the subcommittee on labor organizations after closed- door hearings. The earlier one dealt with the American, Communications Association, an independent union ousted from the CIO as Communist-run. McCarran said both studies underscored the need for protecting "the nation's key industries against subversive infiltration of their labor forces." After the subcommittee's com- munications inquiry, McCarran introduced a bill to prevent certification as a bargaining agent by the National Labor Relations Board of a n y Communist-controlled union. Recommends Legislation In its new report, the subcommittee recommended preparation of similar legislation for railroad labor organizations. The Railway Labor Act governs labor relations in the railroad and airline industries, while labor relations generally* are subject to the Taft-Hartley Act. The subcommittee recommended that the Railway Labor Act also be amended to require the filing of non-Communist affidavits by officers of railroad unions, as now is required of other union officers by the Taft-Hartley Act. It also urged that Solon C. Bell of Chicago, president of the Dining Car and Railroad Food Workers Union, be cited for contempt of Congress because of his refusal to answer numerous questions. Bell was one of 14 officers and organizers of the union who were identified as Communists by witnesses at the hearings, the subcommittee-said. HOME GUARD APPROVED LONDON, Nov. 22, /P--The House of Commons tonight approved Prime Minister Churchill's plans to enlist a peacetime home guard of 125.000 British men. War Minister Anthony Head, outlining the proposal to revive the World War II home guard, said it is needed as a secondary defense force in case of another conflict. Subdivision Regulations Are Opposed More than 100 residents of Upper Montgomery County Wednesday night voted to oppose subdivision regulations proposed for the area by the Upper Montgomery County Planning Commission. But most ot the speakers attending the 2-hour mass meeting in Poolesvllle High School indicated they would favor some form of mild zoning ordinance that would protect residential property from business encroachment. The meeting was presided over by Charles Jamison, former county commissioner and one of four persons with farm interests who sponsored the mass meeting. Subdivision regulations proposed by the Planning Commission were attacked by a score of speakers, led by Edwin Brown, Rockville attorney, who outlined the controls contained in the ordinance. Mr. Brown attacked the plan as ''the most vicious, confi«catory, most poorly,written piece of legislation I have ever known to be proposed " Explains Cost He explained that the ordinance would prevent the conveyance of any land of less than 5 acres, unless the land was platted and recorded and the approval of the In order of their frequency of us,e in English, letters of the alphabet are E T O A N L R S H D L C W U M F Y G P B V X J Q Z . No insect known emerges from the egg in a winged condition. COUSIN ROY XMAS BICYCLES BURALL "The Bike Man" Has no fancy storeroom--No hi- prcssuro salesmen--No hi-ovcr- head--But lias the largest stock quality bikes in town. Lowest prices--all models sizes, S34.50 up. Every sale backed by 30 years bikt experience. BURALL'S CYCLE SHOP Rear C. C. Carty's, E. Pat. St. ("My Location Save* You Today Join "Hospital Aid, Inc." '51 Cond. 2-Dr. Auto Heater '50 Stud. Cond. 4-Dr. O. D. R. H. '50 Champ. 2-Door 0. D. Heater '47 Champ. 4-Door 0. D. R. H. '42 Champ. 4-Door '42 Cora. 4-Door '40 Champ. 4-Door OtHEB MAKES AND MODELS IN STOCK Planning Commission wan obtained. He said 10 steps would be provided for the transfer of property under 5 acres and estimated it would cost $250 to complete the transaction, if approved by the commission H* said the commission has announced it will alter Stj, proposals because of the heavy opposition registered at a public meeting in Rockville two weeks ago. But he said the question faced by Upper Montgomery residents Is, "Is this commission entitled to the confidence of the people of Upper Montgomery County?" "Frankly," he said, "I don't believe they have displayed the amount of judgment, legislative ability and fairness that entitles them to write any kind of legislation for this part of the county." Mr. Brown declared that the area does not need regulations but needs planning. Says Mortgages Affected . "About the only thing we people have left is the right to u.se our ground as we see fit so long as we don't interfere with the piece of ground owned by our neighbor," he said. "But if this thing goes through, we wouldn't even be able to mortgage our land without the approval of the commission.", FOLEY ELECTRIC -SAW FILING and RETOOTHING Discarded Saws Cut Like New C. YOBER Boimdry Ave. Thurmont, Md. CITY AND COUNTY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 3-room. bath, modern brick bungalow, fuJI eemrnt basement with garage. Price $16,000.00 in fee. Immedlatr possession. 6-room semi-modern house, electric, v, bath, brick slate roof attic, full basement, side and rear entrances. Price $6,000.00 in fee. April 1st possession. 4-room frame, metal roofed house electric, 'i bath. Price $3,000.00 in trf. Early possession, subject to tenant* rights. 5-room, .partly modern dwelling. large lot with stream. 6-room modern dwelling, large lot, outbuildings, close to city. 8-ronm modern dwclltnc. l.'irce lot. GILMORE R. FLAUTT REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE 227 North Market Street Frederick, Maryland Member of the Real Estalc Board of Frederick Britain Diverting Aluminum To America WASHINGTON, Nov. 22--UP)-The Government disclosed today that Britain is diverting part of its aluminum supply to the United States to stave off "disaster" for many American business firms. The British meanwhile are getting more steel from the United States, but not as much as they wanted. Manly Fleischmann, National Production Authority administrator, said that Britain has agreed to divert 22,045,000 pounds or about 11,000 tons, of its aluminum from Canadian sources. The NPA has allotted the British 71,000 tons of steel ingots and finished steel products during the first three months of 1952. Britain has asked for a total of t800,000 tons of steel for next year, 'which vould be 200,000 tons a quarter. It was considered likely, however, that British allotments would be increased later in 1952. Fleischmann said in a statement that the British deliveries of aluminum will start immediately, with 4,409.000 pounds to be sent each month for the next five months. The United S.tates- will return the metal to Britain in the final three rnonths of 1952. The United States desperately needs the aluminum now, Fleisch- LAY FT AWAY ! ! We are filled to the rafters with Christmas toy* and gifts. You'll never find a better selection Come now and brouse around. 50c will hold any article. 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Mentor F«ier*I Deposit In«ur»nc« Corpor*tioa COAT SETS AND SNOW SUITS Slop in now and get a roll for your camera for full- color snapshots of your Holiday events Exposure instructions with each carton of film. WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG TODAY HILTNER--ROELKE Frederick Camera Shop 206 WEST PATRICK ST. PHONE 797 BAGS WANTED MILLS FARMERS STORES Attractive prices paid for Burlap and cotton bajrs. Good ones and bad. Deliver them yourself or phone 383 Frederick and we will have our agent call. THE FREDERICK JUNK CO. (TWO YARDS) 310 Chapel St. or East 4th Street Ext. Phone 383 RELIEF, FOR MUSCULAR, ACHES AND PAINS Guaranteed to give relief or your money refunded. Get a bottle today. AFKO RUB SIZE 59c ALLEN J S Markets SecordSts. Opportunity Prominent 83-year-old life insurance company wishes to appoint local representative full or part-time. 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