The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 26, 1951 · Page 12
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November 26, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 12

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Eisenhower Wants Speed ROME. Nov. 25 iff 1 )--Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower flew in from Paris today to lay speed-up defense plans before the Atlantic Pact Council as informants disclosed a French plan to raise a European, army of nearly 1,000,000 men. With Eisenhower was W. Averell Harriman, director of the mutual aid agency, who hopes to get from the Allies an estimate of how much American aid they will .need in the coming year. Aides said Eisenhower will give the eighth assembly of the 30- month-old alliance his assessment of just what it has to do to hold the Reds from starting any adventure in Western Europe. 40 Divisions Needed The best information is that he \vjill report 24 divisions on hand, some ill-equipped, and will ask for 40 divisions, all fully equipped and ready for combat, by the end * of 1952 (an acceleration over original plans), and 70 or 80 divisions by the end^of 1954. Several western military leaders said privately they are convinced the Communists want a truce in Korea and that one will be arranged soon. They said a truce would affect their plans because within three months after a cease-fire badly needed arms could be diverted to this theater to speed the build-up for p e a c e through strength. Eisenhower will list his needs in terms of divisions, guns, tanks and planes tomorrow before the Council of Ministers. On Tuesday French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman will report the results of the six-nation parley in Paris on a projected European army. Aides said his report contains these highlights: The six nations-France, West Germany, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg and Holland-believe they can have an integrated army of 50 divisions, or nearly 1,000,000 men, by 1954, or 18 months after their parliaments approve the plan. This force would be incorporated into the Eisenhower command. It ·would be hammered into being by a European civilian defense commission, composed of commissioners from the six countries. There was intense speculation that Eisenhower might drop a hint at the meeting to indicate whether he intends running for President of the United States next year. Out Of Character One official who sees him regularly said, however, that it would be out of character for "Ike" to tell the statesmen in one breath that they must get along with the defense job faster and harder, and in the next to tell them he is quitting Asked on his arrival at Ciampino Airfield today how long he expected to continue in his NATO command, he only grinned and said: "I haven't the slightest idea. 1 am working but I am not going to live forever." The road from the field was carefully checked with mine detectors before he traveled over it. No stenographers are needed to record speeches made in at least one American legislative body, being replaced by tape recorders aided by microphones on each desk. Maytag Makes Your Dollar $ Go Further! Lew Coitl Lew Upkeep! T H E M A Y T A O CHIiFTAIN. E*.y t e r m s -- liberal tradr-in. '"·ome !· today. $129.95 BETTER HOMES EQUIP. CO. 15 E. Patrick St. Phone 700 P A I N T I N G AND DECORATING RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL All Work Guaranteed Property Damage Public Liability Insurance CALL 1527 E. Harp Gilbert (Formerly with Coblentt Painting Decorating Co.) 114 W. 5th St. JiVINILI B I C Y C L E S Many models, all $iz«s for yoon§*r«rs ''om 4-to-15 yrs., made to Hie same standards at fm« cdolt Columbia-Built bik«t -- th« safest, jturdi«t on th« road. $·« them, at well at fuH adult line todayl - FROM $41.98 SMALL 1EPOSIT WILL HOLD BIKE UNTIL XMAS BE SURE SHO1P EARLY A FEW GOOD USED BIKES EXPERT REPAIRING DELPHEY'S SPORT STORE WHERE PARKING IS A PLEASURE PROSPECTIVE BRIDE -- Mr. and Mrs. Clayton H. Zimmerman, Ceresville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathryn Marie, to Charles Albert Nicodemus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hobert N. Nicodemus, Walkersville. The wedding will take place next spring. Miss Zimmerman, a graduate of Frederick High School, Class of 1950, is' a secretary-teller at the Farmers and Mechanics Bank, this city. Her fiance was graduated from Walkersville High School m 1946 and last year received his B. S. degree in business from Johns Hopkins University. He is now manager of the Robert Terry Garment Company, Walkersville. PROMISES COOPERATION WASHINGTON, Nov. 25 The Justice Department tonight announced there will be complete cooperation between the Department and the House subcommittee that is investigating the Internal Revenue Bureau. The Attorney General said it has been his desire to make available to the committee information concerning any tax case about which the committee has any complaint. Attorney General J. Howard McGrath said his only desire is and has been to see that the committee is given every help to properly complete its work and yet reserve the procedures and confidences of the Department necessary to the successful administration of justice. ' The Attorney General further said he has communicated with Chairman King (D-Calif) and said he would assume personal responsibility for the release and furnishing of information to the committee. True wolves fast are becoming extinct in the United States. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED DR. WALTER SNOW OPTOMETRIST 41 North Market St. Phone 835 as IT FOR FIOORS...tlNOUUM...FWWTUBe SEEGER CO. HARDWARE 45 S. Market St. Phone 106 We Deliver C O U N T S GENERAL STORE DAMASCUS, MD. PHONE 3751 Shoes, Galoshes, * Buckle Arctics Boots, Jackets, Shirts, Pants Work Clothes and Dresses Wolverine Work Shoes (perfect for dairy work, dries out soft) .. $7.95 Wolverine Dress Shoes ?I0.95 Children's Shoes $2.95 Girls' Shoes . . . S3.49 Girls' Black Suede BallerinL $3.49 Endicott Johnson Men's Work Shoes , . $5.95 4-Buckle Arctics and Boots ... $5.95 Shoes ... .". S5-95 4-Buckle Arties and Boots $5.95 Children's Sno Kix $3.98 Boys' Sweaters Sl-98 Boys' Jackets . . . . 54.95 Men's Dupout Zelan Wool Lined Jackets $7.95 Men's Gabardine Sport Shirts S2.95 Carpenter Overalls . ?4.95 Men's Hats . . $3.95 to $5.95 Men's Trench Coats $39.50 Men's Suits $49.50 Men's Ties, all colors $1.00 Ladies' Nylon Hollywood Hose, 51/15 $1.19 Ladies' Dresses .. $5.95 Bulova, Benms and Gruen Watches Bulova, America Girl $49.50 Bulova Co-Ed, 17-j. $29.75 BHlova, Men's, 15-j, gold band $29.75 Know A,merica Today's Anniversaries 1727--Artemas Ward, storekeeper, judge, colonial soldier, second in command after Washington at the opening of the Revolution, born at Shrewsbury, Mass. Died there. Oct. 28, 1800. 1792--Sara Moore Grimke, of the two famous sister anti-slavery and woman's rights workers, born Charleston. S. C. Died Boston, Dec. 23, 1873. 1828--William H. Sylvis. iron moulder. Philadelphia labor official, one of the best known labor leaders of his generation, born in Indiana Co., Pa. Died at 40, July 27, 1869. 1832--Mary E. Walker, Union surgeon, suffragette, a much-talked about Washington, D. C. physician, born Oswego, N. Y. Died Feb. 21, 1919. ' 1839--George Gary Eggleston, New York journalist-novelist, born at Vevay. Ind. Died April 14, 1911. 1899--Maurice Rose, major-general, born in Denver. Shot by Germans while lowering his hands to give up his gun, March 30, 1945. Today In History 1783--The Ninth Continental Congress meets in Annapolis. Md.-mutinous disbanded Revolutionary soldiers made Philadelpma unsafe. 1789--First Thanksgiving Day under the Constitution--proclaimed by President Washington at the request of Congress. 1832--World's first street car system begins in New York. 1855--William Walker, American adventurer, with 55 companions, lands in Nicaragua to aid revolutionists--in year is President himself. 1881--The Western Electric Company is organized. 1918--New York enacts an anti- Red Flag ordinance. 1924--The Anti-Saloon League asks President for stricter enforcement of prohibition, 1941--Secretary of State Hull hands the two Jap envoys in Washington a memo of their conference --taken by Japs as an ultimatum. 1947--Country told it must face hardships but must speed aid to Europe. 1950--Chinese Reds " in strong counter-offensives in Korea. Today's Birthdays Tom Wallace, editor emeritus of the Louisville (Ky) Times, born Hurricane, Ky., 77 years ago. Angelo Fatri of New York, teach- MAAS OPTICIANS Eyes Examined--Glasses Fitted TELEVISION GLASSES Phone 1951 Z42-A N. MARKET STREET ENGAGED -- Mr. and Mrs. R. Linwood Bartlelt, Bangor, Me., announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Noreen and Sgt. Stanley W. Wachter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wachter. Frederick, Route 5. No date has been set for th'e wedding. Miss Bartlett is a member of the senior' class o£ the Banger High School. Sgt. Wachter is stationed at Charlston. Me., and is a member of the 765th Squadron. He has been in the military service for 37 months. er. writer, born in Italy, 74 years ago. Louis W. Dawson, president of the Mutual Life Insurance Co., New York, born Boonton, N. J , 55 years ago. Dr. Norbert Wiener of the Mass. Institute of Technology, famed mathematician, born in Columbia, Mo., 57 years ago. Howard L. Aller, president of American Power and Light, New York, born in New York, 68 years ago. Charles Bracketl, author-pro- USE OUR LAYAWAY PUN S I N G E R SEWING CENTER 11 North Market St. oucer. corn sniirnwK" siprincs, n, Y., 50 years aKO. Prof. Helen C. Whita of the University of Wisconsin, eminent teacher of English, born New Haven, Conn , 55 year.-! aco. MHJ. Gen. Harry H. Viuinhan, Presidential aide, born at Glasgow, Mo,, 58 years «fio. Today's Horoscope Today's'nature is an affectionate one and a mixture of the demonstrative and the cautious. It may even appear to be MH'retive until the mind is fully made up. There is considerable daring. When the nature is fully understood it will be found well worthy of regard. k'V*. DSC. 4 THRU 15 (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) SATURDAY MATINEES RESERVED SEAT TICKETS $1.20 - $1.50 - $2.00 - $2.50 - $3.00 Tax Included MAIL ORDERS NOW MAIL ORDERS MOW to Arena Box Office, Hershey, Pa. Send remittanea with iclf-addrossod ·tamped envelops for return of tickats MOUEIi MU M WBR EARNM1 K*tt_ H. B. DUVALL East Patrick Street Extended, Frederick, Md. Phone 1756 ARMSTRONG'S FLOOR COVERINGS * Residential -- Commercial -- Industrial LINOLEUM -- ASPHALT -- RUBBER -- CORK -- LINOTttE EXPERIENCED MECHANICS WAXING -- Free'Estimates -- SANDING FISHER'S APPLIANCES "KITCHEN SPECIALISTS" \ 13 E.Patrick St. Phone 151 DEBT NEAR CEILING WASHINGTON. Nov. 25-VP)-The national debt next year is expected to push--if not pass-the piesent legal limit of $275, 000,000.000. Barring changes in the picture, Secretary of the Treasury Snydcr will ask Congress to hike the debt ceiling. Federal indebtedness is just beginning to rise rapidly under the impetus of defense spending. By the end of November the debt is expected to be over $259.000, 000,000, an increase of $4,000,000. 000 since April and the highest in four and a half years. The discovery of 50 cents worth of gold by Charles Marshall, a mill foreman, started the 1849 California gold rush. SS-35 SOUTH MARKET ST.- SAM MILLER'S Army Shoes and Slippers ... $2.98 Army Fatigue Pants .. $1.50-$2.98 New Work Shoes $4.98 Army Khaki Pants Shirts $1.98 Dress Work Slippers $4.98 New Army Khaki Pants $3.45 T-Shlrts 49c House Paint ,, gal. ?1.98 Reporter Says Bynl Was Correctly (Quoted BALTIMORE, Nov. 25, (/!')--IX. H. C Byi'd. president of tho University of Mai.viand, lait nlghl denied soyiriK he would not raise any objections to bi-ins; a candidate for Governor in the 1!54 election. The Associated Press quoted Or. Byrd us i n u k i n K the .statement before a meeting of the Uions Club in Salisbury Friday night. He also was quoted as saylnu. "1 would feel complimented that people t h i n k enough of me to want me to run," According to Dr, Byrd, someone in the audience mentioned there were a lot oC tlxe University president's friends on the Eastern Shore who would like him to run for Governor. Dr. Byrd said his reply was, "that is a hifih compliment that any man would appreciate." 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