The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 26, 1951 · Page 11
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 11

Frederick, Maryland
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Monday, November 26, 1951
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·The Mews, Frederick, Md., Monday, November 29, 1951 VANITY FAIR--Signal rubs her own nose, seemingly convinced that she is the fairest filly at Hlaleah Park. For some reason known only to the Starmount Stable runner, the mirror, hung in the stall fey mistake, soothed her nerves, when a breakdown left her unfit .for racing. (NEA) jYOURS FOR THE ASKING--If you are a war veteran, the chances are the Army Quartermaster Depot in Philadelphia has a tnedal for you. The Army has millions of them, some dating back to the Civil War, waiting to be claimed. They range from the Congressional Medal of Honor to the Good Conduct Ribbon, and it's costing Uncle Sam almost $18,000 a year just to store them. If you won medals in any war and never claimed them, write to the Adjutant General of the Army, ^ or Adjutant General of the Air Force, Washington, D. C. Here, Rita Ricco, an employe at the Philadelphia depot, checks catalogue and cases of medtils. -BARBARA'S TONE DEAF--Actress Barbara Payton, shown in happier times with her husband of 53 days. Franchot Tone, says she's through with the actor and will seek a divorce on grounds of mental cruelty. Tone won Miss Payton's hand seven weeks ago after a battle with another actor, Tom Neal, on the eve of the . latter's scheduled wedding with the blonde movie siren. THE OLD CUARO--Walter Hagen, Bobby Cruickshank, Gene Sarazeh and Tommy Armour, left to- right, get together at Pinehurst, N.C. The Haig and Sarazen won all the major golf tournaments. Cruickshank lost to Bobby Jones in a play-off for the United States Open off 1923. The Silver Scot bagged the U.S. and British O^ens.1NEA.) LIGHT WORK--IN COLOR ONLY--These motorists of Cleveland, O., were, forced to shovel when their car became stuck in some of the 13 inches of snow that blanketed the city over the weekend of Nov. 17. Schools were closed in 10 Cleveland suburbs while rail a.nd bus transportation was slowed down considerably in many sectors. More snow was predicted.^ IKE CHECKS REINFORCEMENTS--Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower checks the equipment of an unidentified U. S. soldier during an inspection of the ,28th .Infantry Division upon its arrival m Bremerhnvcn Germany. The Division is in Germany to bolster Gen. Eisenhower's European forces. .Commander of the 28th, Mnj-Gcn. Daniel B. Siricklor,_ right, seems to find_th e scene amusing. , '_".".'!_"_ _ _1 ...,,,.,.-... ....,_,,..-.-...,,,,. .·.'.,,-.,vl.v,-..-.\.» t -- ",..-,WV^W^«'««HO««»i^NW«?fV«W«JO')«^^^ VEEP AND MRS. BARKLEY IN KOREA--Vice President Alben Barkley, second from right, shakes hands with Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway, upon Barkley's arrival in Korea. The vice president, accompanied by his wife, second from left, in making his surprise flying visit to Korea and Japan, said his trip was not even remotely connected with politics but rather his intention was to contact personally as many troops as possible. Mrs. Barkley is flanked by Gen. James Van Fleet, left, and Gen. F. F. Everest, center. ffAL ENGAGEMENT--Rocky Marciano puts his arm. around Jo* Louis in their first meeting since the Brockton heavyweigh' * out the old champion in the eighth round at Madisc / MARION FIRED--Marty Marion whose career as manager ofi the St. Louis Cardinals ended! after one year when owner Fred; Saigh refused to renew his contract is shown talking to . reporters in St. Louis. The gifted infielder who won the title of "Mr. Shortstop" in his long starring career with the Cards has announced he is also thm'-'i a g a player. TWIN TOUCHE! --- Vivienne Imber, left, and Jean Pearcoj ·made a concerted lunge at the ^camera tuning up for the Brit- ish Junior Championships at the Indies' Amateur Fencing Un- aon's · headquarters. · in London. Miss Pearce of Plymouth was a finalist for the third consecutive year. (NBA) 1 MAN AT WORK--Hank Bauer' goes about his off-season 3Ob as a pipe-fitter. The,'Yankees' World Series star is helping install a new sprinkler system for a huge. Kansas City, Kan., garage, severely damaged by the Summer flood. (NBA) - . don't'DO that! COSH, WHICH GALOSH?--Boots, boots ... too many boots is the problem of five-year-old Eric Larsen, kindergarten pupil at Hazeldell School, East Cleveland, O. He's sure he. left home with matching overshoes and, if his -luck holds, he means to return the same way. It's a problem that confronts many a first-year scholar. IF WE ONLY HAD TOM!--There's already Dick and Harry in the scene. President Truman interrupted his Key West, Fla., vacation to fly back to Washington to make a speech for the National Women's Democratic Club, and is shown being greeted' at Washington's National Airport by Richard (Dick) Feeny, 6k- year-old son of a White House attache. But, well, most of us will have "Tcm"-rturkey, that is, Nov. 22. SAFETY FOR THE "DEATH SEAT" -- A new idea in auto, safety is the "Safe-t-table," demonstrated above by Norm Nicholson in Detroit, Mich. When the car jerks to a sudden stop, the rubber-cushioned 'table springs out from the dashboard and prevents passenger from going through the windshield. Developed by a Detroit auto stylist, the table may also be used for writing, as map board or for lunch. But, its main purpose is to cut the toll taken by .the right-front "death seat," where seven out of 10 persons killed in auto accidents were riding. 100,000 CASUALTIES MARINES 16,125 IN'EA Newschortl FATHER'S DAY--Maryland had a Dad's Day, and Joe Modzelewski proudly wore the numbers of his Wrapping sons, Fullback Ed (Mighty Mo), left.^nd^defensive Tackle Dick^Little^Mo^The all«inauer- DGH'TTAKE CHAMCES... Us* a good step ladderwhen trimming the ttwe end avoid The Army and Marines have borne the brunt of battle casualties in Korea. The Newschart above shows total casualties of all kinds --killed, wounded, missing and captured--as the Defense Department announced total Korea casualties have passed the lOO.OOil mark. As of now, the Korea war ranks as the fourth most expensive coWict in-hH*ory, Only the Civil War and the two World Wai* ?.-., "i SP \rFRf

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