The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 28, 1951 · Page 3
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Frederick, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 28, 1951
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uick Start \n Hospital Requested J AGERSTOWN, Nov. 27 «)--The fishington County Commissioners Jted today to press for a quick Irt on the construction of a State ironic disease hospital on the north lee of Hagerstown. Vinslow F. Burhans, chairman of board, said the Commissioners the other Western Maryland lunties will be asked to join in appeal to the Maryland General sembly. The campaign also will * carried on among State Senators Id members of the House of Dele- ·es from the western counties. fBurhans said the need for a Ironic disease hospital has grown lute since the temporary institu- tn at Camp Ritchie was ordered tut down, J The State now is in the process of lansierrlng its patients to the leershead Chronic Disease Hospit- on the 'Eastern Shore at Salis- iiry Most of the patients at Rithie 'were sent there from the west- counties and at Salisbury they now far from home and farm- Maryland has a long-range, pro- ram for building three chronic isease hospitals--one on the East- irn Shore, one in Baltimore and one i Western Maryland. They would Irovide care for needy persons who lequire hospitalization for chronic Illnesses, mostly associated with lid age. fcitehie Hospital Temporary The temporary hospital was set , at Camp Ritchie to provide such -e but this facility was lost when e Federal Government exercised option and.took over the Mary- nd National Guard camp last lummer for part of a comrmmica- lions center it is building in the nountains along the Pennsylvania Btate line. The Deershead hospital on the astern Shore, only one of the three Jo be actually built under the long- [ange plan, opened a little more |han a year ago. . Meantime. Maryland has bought r e cfy's old Sydenham communicable disease hospital in Baltimore jmd plans to use it at least tempor- Erily as the chronic disease hospital for the Baltimore area. f Washington County already has Agreed to provide the land for the permanent Western Maryland hos- ital The County Commissioners ·voted to give to the State the present site of the Washington County ome for the-Aged just across the north city limits. ENGAGED-~Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kolb, 13 Vfe East South street announce the engagement of their daugftter, Peggy Marie, and Pic Paul E. · Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wagner, 405 East Patrick street. Miss Kolb, a graduate of Frederick High School, is employed as secretary at the local radio station Pfc Wagner, also a graduate o. the local hign scnooi where he was active in sports, is now stationed with the. Air Force at Kelly Air Force Base, Tex. No date has been set for the wedding. National Lutheran J l Ihorus To Sing Here | On Sunday, December 2. the Na- ional Lutheran Chorus will re- urn to Frederick to present « con- ert of sacred music. The program will be sung in the Lutheran church at 8:30 p. m. The Chorus made its irst visit to Frederick t%vo v^ears ago. The group, under the direction of R. E. Snesrud, is made up of 90 singers drawn mainly from, the 30- odd Lutheran churches in the Washington area. All music is sung without instrumental accompaniment. As" a part of its program to foster an interest in and appreciation of sacred music sung a cappella, the Chorus has for three seasons now .sponsored a Lutheran Church Series ay which it manages the appearance of choral groups visiting Washington. The famous St. Olaf Choir from Northfield, Minn., has oeen sponsored twice. In addition, choirs from New York, Ohio, Illinois, and New Jersey, have been included on these series. This season the series includes a concert by the Singing Boys of Norway next March. In addition to its visits to Frederick, the Chorus, has appeared in Baltimore. Greonbclt. «nJ at tn« | U. S. Nnvnl Academy i« Annapolis. This year's program was presented at the Naval Ajcndemy Nov. 25 mid will be sung in Constitution Hall in Washington Dec. 9. The program includes Schreck's three-part "Advent Motet", 'The Apostrophe to the Heavenly Hosts" by William and the following Christinas selections: The Shop- herd's Christmas Song iLuvass). The Song of Mary (Kranz. Chiming Bells (Hokanson). Little "Lordeen" (Baldwin), Serbian Crib Carol (Gauli. Joy to the World (Walts), O Little ' Town of Bethlehem (.Redner). Hark, the Herald Angels Sing iWesley) Silent. Night (Gruber), When De Star Shine ( C a i n ) , Shepherds Shake Off Your Drowsy Sleep (Wasncr), A Cradle Hymn (Christiansen). What Can This Mean? (Staley) O Nightingale, Awake (Dickinson). There will be no admission charge to the concert here. William Spriggs the church organist, will present a half-hour organ recital beginning at 8 p. m. TUP NPWK. Frederick. Md., Wcdnp«d»y, Noremhfr 21. 1951 ELEVEM PENNEY' l,UUI,UMMIli., SEE HOW MUCH MORE YOUR GIFT DOLLARS BUY AT PEN HIT'S! A 10-pound steak sold for $48 a pound in Circle, Alaska, during the gold rush of the 1890's. The first canal connecting Lakes Superior and Huron was built in 1797 by the Northwest Fur Co. (Milk Producers [Open Convention PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 27,' (£)--- Several hundred delegates and members of the Interstate Milk Producers* Cooperative opened their two-day annual convention here today. The delegates represent 7,000 dairymen in Pennsylvania, Dela- mar'e, Maryland and New Jersey. ^ A. R. Marvel, president of the Cooperative, told the dairymen "there will continue to be a good ·demand for milk and dairy pro- 'ducts for a long lime to come. '. Marvel, a former State Senator ·from Easton, Md., based his prediction on an increased population 'and the relatively low prices that jnilk is bringing. On pound basis, ·Marvel said, few food products are selling at a lower price than ilk. v The dairyman president made a plea for support of the co-operative and the National Milk Prpducers' Federation. - O. H. Hoffman, general manager lot the Cooperative, recommended -that the Pennsylvania Milk Control 'Commission be given a permanent status. He pointed out that the members are now serving without -appointment , since their original terms have expired. Hoffman urged the members to *sk Governor John S. Fine to give TMie commission some semblance of permanence by either reappointing the present members or selecting others. The American Savannah, in 1819, was the first steam-powered ship to cross an ocean. To Strive For And Maintain Just Peace Frederick AMVETS in a brie ceremony commemorating Wori Veterans Day, Tuesday moram presented Mayor Donald B. Kic with a symbolic plaque of the In ternational Federation of War Vet erans Organizations' determinate "to strive for and maintain a jus peace." , ,. Significantly, the presentatio was made by G. Horton Peace State officer of Maryland AMVETS The plaque was presented tn mavor in his office at 11 a. m. It is an exact replica of one presented President Truman. Dramatized in bas relief picturization it tells the story of Joseph Goldyn World War II bomber pilot and current chairman of the foreign affairs committee of the Blinded Veterans Association. Last July, while in Rome on emergency conference with the International Federation of War Veterans Organizations. Goldyn met a reporter from a Vienna newspaper and expessed a desire to publish a request for forgiveness from the victims of the bombing raid on which he was blinded by anti-aircraft fire over Moosbierbaum, Austria. The Vienna paper printed tne story and one of the Austrian victims of Goldyn's last bombing mission offered one of his good eyes to help restore the Americans vision. 4.MVET Peace remarked, Mr. Mayor we are today presenting this, plaque because it expresses the underlying theme of the International Federation of War Veterans Organizations and the part of the Frederick AMVETS, in the Federation forcefully and eloquently than any other human statement." TO UNDERGO SURGERY BROOKLINE. Mass., Nov. 27--{IP} John A. % Roosevelt, 35. youngest -son of the late President and Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, was in Brooks Hospital today for knee surgery. ' Hospital officials said Dr. 1. K. Richards, Boston surgeon, will perform the operation tomorrow morning. Dr. Richards said the injury was suffered in a football game when John was a student at Groton school 20 years ago. He said a "mouse" would be removed. SANTA LETTERS Letters 'have been received at the . News-Post for Santa Claus from Barbara Lee Proctor, Frederick Route 2; Bobby Young, 4 East South street; Robert Donald Eaves. 628 Trail avenue: Sharon Louise Lewis, Thurmont; Virginia Norris, Myersville. Does your engine say 'no" when the light says keep moving with Anti Stalling Esso Extra Gasoline Here's starting power that combats cold- engine stalling -- gets your engine going at a touch.., and keeps it going. The exclusive anti-stalling feature is another big plus in a gasoline long famous for all-around performance--fast warm- up ... quick, responsive power ... long mileage ... clean engine action. Try a tankful today!You Gef Something MORE of Your Happy Motoring Store! ESSO STANDARD OIL C O M P A N Y Sec Alan Young Show'on TV Thurs. 9:00 P. M. 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