The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 23, 1951 · Page 20
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November 23, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 20

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ation Marks ts Holiday ly The Associated Press ismt hopes for an "armistice Christinas" in the Korean war ,ted the hearts of Americans b'terday as the nation observed lie traditional day of Thanksgiv- ig with prayersr for lasting peace. Dispatches from the battlefront aid truce negotiators were near Igreement on a plan which could Ipen the way for an end to the ighting. . At home, Americans feasted on urkey with all the trimmin's-- naking huge inroads into the fear's record crop of 52.000,000 lirds--and counted their blessings t a troubled and hungry world. -Railroads, busses and airlines Struggled to cope with the holiday lush as tens of thousands journey- Id to family reunions. In New York, two Connecticut- ound trains jammed with holiday travelers smashed together in a lunnel under Park avenue, injur- ng at least 27 persons. No fatal- ties were reported. Truman Host To Vinson I At Key West. Fla., President truman played Thanksgiving host if the man many political seers believe he would like to have Itep into his shoes if Mr. Truman Ihould decide not to run again, I Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson bf the United States Supreme Court fend Mrs. Vinson were guests of the President and Mrs. Truman It a whopping big turkey dinner ft 2 p rn. E. S T. Mr Truman has not said yet .'hether he will seek re-election |n 1952, but there has been specula- in that if he decides not to run, would rather see-Vinson suc- eed him than any Democrat he knows On the Korean war front. Vice President Alben Barkley and his wife had Thanksgiving Day dinner with jet fighter pilots at a rain-swept base. I The Veep, who will be 74 years |old tomorrow, wanted to eat holiday turkey with combat troops at the front. The Army ruled that out. Bad flying weather made it o dangerous. . Yoops Fed Turkey Enemy troops, attacking through -arbed wire and a hail of artillery fire, hit several American ·sectors with stiff jabs. The attacks ·were beaten off, and most GI s-- ·some of them crouching in rain- Idrenched foxholes--managed to get ·turkey dinners | Helicopters braved the weather Ito fly ho* turkey to an infantry ·company dug in on "heartbreak tejdge" on the eastern front. f*'At Lansing, Mich., Thanksgiving §Day marked the homecoming of IMrs. Josephine Needham's three I soldier sons from Korea: One dead, lone crippled, the third recover- ling from wounds 1 "I'm so happy," Mrs. Needham I said, and wept a little, ' my boys I are home" Lovettsville LQVETTSVILLE. Va.--At a recent meeting of the Lovettsville Game Piotective Association, the following officers were elected. Tresident, Robert Washington, vice president. Alva Ahalt; secretary. Jasper Rickard; treasurer, J. D. Keister. The, association has .46 members and since they realized $1,000 from a carnival in September, they plan to restock five county streams with small mouth bass. ' Last year they stocked streams with large mouth bass. They also stocked farms with 20 pairs of quail and will stock them again with quail this year. Eventually the association plans to buy land and make a pond on it. On Saturday they held a turkey shoot on the J. D. Keister farm. There were four turkeys and five chickens won. Thesevwho won a turkey were Jerry Potts, Dan Hardy, Maurice Coinell and Mr. Bruchy. --Mrs. George \vtre and Mrs. J. D. Keister of the local H. D. Club, attended thrall day course in "Recreation" held in Middleburg on Monday. Mrs. Ann Livingston of the National Recreation Association conducted the course. She presented, how to lead quiet games, how to conduct games for small spaces, how to lead active games, team games, stunts, mixer", folk and simple square dances and many other inteiesting forms of amusement. Mrs. Livingston says "One of the functions of the volunteer reci eat ion leader is to help young people turn their energies into the right channels." The institute was' attended by H. D. and 4-H leaders .from Loudoun and several adjoirifng counties. The week Of November 12-17 was observed i»i American Education Week On Thursday a program was presented in the high school auditorium under the direction of Mr. Frank Rbbinson. The f6l- lowing high school students participated with talks: John Fry. "What An Education Can Do For Me"; Theta Gav Hatcher. "Sportsmanship": Eva Phoebe Crim; "An Education For All." "Education Has A Spiritual Value". A talk by Rev. William Yinglmg was heard by the students. The High School Glee Club san% two selections and Penny Castnyck played a piano selection. Miss Junia Ferns was accompanied by Ann Hickman, Shirley Graham and Betty Jean Johnson to the dibirict grade S. C-A. meeting at Huymarket, Friday. --Mr. and MM. S. H. Potterfield, Mrs. Bertie Potterfleld, Tommy Potterfield and Miss Cecelia Albaugh, all. attended a birthday party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Tyler. 3rd, -Warrenton. last Sunday in honor of their daughter. Susannah, who was three years old. Two of the great grandparents. Mrs. Tyler, 2nd. and Mrs. Bertie Potterfield were among the guests. --Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Perry, of Waban, Mass, arrived here on Sunday evening, to stay until Tuesday with her mother. Mrs Bertie Potterfield, who returned with them to spend the winter. Mrs. Nettie Koontz, of Frederick, is a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sandbower. Sunday guests were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mis Ernest Pfeifer and daughter, Susan, of Frederick. --Mrs. Etta Graham of Buckeystown, accompanied her grandson, In Maryland, in 1950. more than (twice as many men as-women died at tuberculosis Better Cough Relief When new drugs or old fail to stop your cough or chest cold don't delay, fcreotnulsion contains only safe, helpful, pro\en ingredients and no narcotics to disturb nature's process. It goes right to the scat of the trouble to aid nature soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial membranes. Guaranteed to please you or druggist %efunds money. Creomulsion has stood the test of many millions of users. CREOMULSION relieves Coughs, Chest Coldi. Acut* Bronchitis DISTINCTIVE Once yon scan our brimmiigr stationery counters|jll your Christmas gift worries will vanish. Stationery is the smart tasteful gift. Notes. letter-Sizes and Men's Papers. Plain, decorated and colors. Priced 59c to §5.00. berr'sbookmarUpshop 145 north market street Give Her the Luxury of Easier, Faster Cleaning \ Kenmore Cleaner $AVE 14.95 4.00 DOWN ON SEARS EASY TERMS Reg. 52.95 Cleans hard-to-reach corners, under furniture. The foot-operated on-off switch eliminates stooping. Large air filter fives maximum efficiency. Easy-to-empty dust bag. LIBERAL TRADE-IN ON YOUR OftD VAC CALL 1580 FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION OR MAIL THIS COUPON; SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. FREDERICK^ MD. Gentlemen: Please send me ftjrther Information describing the new ( ) Vac. Cleaner NAME STREET or RR CITY STATE r £ayfr# Ra!ph Frye and wife of Frederick o Liovcttsvillo Ou Sunday, where hey visited Mrs. Graham's !ons nd families. --Gravej-ide services wote conducted in Union cemetery. Lovctts- ille. Monday. November 19. 1^1 . m.. for the four months' infant, ienry. son of Mr and Mrs. George ienry Clapham of Kiveidalr. M d , 5y Dr. William A. Wade. jPievi- ous services wcie held at the »ome on Sunday night Tfie m- 'ant's father, grandmother,. Mrs. 511a Clapham Osbourne and aunt, Mrs. Mary Peacock v. ere all former lesidents of Loudoun The deceased is survived by his parents and a fester. PACKARD GIVEN INCREASE WASHINGTON. Nov. 22 i/P--The overnment today a u t h o r i z e d Packard, Motor car dealers to raise prices of passenger cars by an amount ranging fiom SI 16 12 to $185.05. The Office of Price Stabilization said new prices, effective Saturday, reflected increases in the factory wholesale prices approved Oct 23. At that time Packard was authorized to raise price 1 -, of its cars to dealers by 5.447 per cent. Caterpillars breathe through "portholes* 1 along thctr sides. Formation OI European Army Under Discussion ROME, Nov. 22 #)--Britain's new Conservative government tonight was reported icady to provide troops and perhaps air power for a European army if they could bt withdrawn as needed to defend Butish interests outside the Continent The baie details became known as top Auici ican and other dele- pates arrived for the opening of the North Atlantic Treaty Organ- isation iNATO Council Saturday. The plan of Prime Minister Winston Churchill's Government contains the key piovislon that the troops, likely to be drawn fiom the four to five British divisions now under Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's NATO command, could be used elsewhere as decided by the British. Six nations led by France now art dixousslnff formation of the European Army. T h e y have ajirced tentatively to set up about 43 divisions of 10,000 to 12.000 men each by 1954. Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden is expected' to outline Britain's attitude toward the projected European Army early next w*ek, aftea. French Foreign Minister tRobert Schuman gives the NATO » progress report. The European Army, when finally formed with German units included, would be placed under Eisenhower's command but would have It* own international 'political, fiscal and military control structure to be topped by a civilian European defense commissioner and board. The News, Frederick, Md., Friday, Noyembt* n, 1,051 SEVEN over ThankKRlvinR with drivers highly co-operative. ·. Although police records were unavailable yesterday, the Jail reported thiit Sergt Harry Phillips booked Justin J. Coady, Frederick about 1 a. m. Thursday for disturbing the pence. Later, the defendant posted $10.80 collateral and was released. The arrest was for fighting. City police also were notified tnat Mrs. Norman Cleveland, 417 South Market street, lost a Rold. small diamond ring «t the Elks' chkrity ball at the Armoiy The loss was announced about 1 56 a. m , nearly an hour after the dance broke up. Chief W. W. Corbln marked u concluded, the latest investigation of complaints of speeding on North Bentz street at Fifth street. Checkers from the department posted In the neighborhood complained of, gave motorists passing a clean bill of health on driving at legal speeds. Navy Day !s celebrated on the 27th of October, which Is the birthday of President Theodore Roosevelt, who sent the TJ. S. fleet on a triumphal tour in 1908, and generally Is credited with making th« Navy a formidable line of defense. FEW HOLIDAY ARRKSTS State and City Police reported an i unusually quiet holiday, with a i minimum of disorder, only one highway property-damage collision and traffic at an unusually low ebb EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED DR. 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