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November 28, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 10

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UCrHXKEN The New*, Frederick. Md., Wednesday, November 28, 1951 Poor Movies Injure U. S. In Europe World peace depends upon better understanding of neighbors and better iiuman relations, a Fred- .erick-countian who served a year ae an exchange teacher in Ulster told KiwanJans Tuesday. Speaking during the service club luncheon session in the Francis Scott Key Hotel. Mrs. Herbert F. Davis, of Middletown, described some of the false conceptions of Americans harbored by foreigners. Much of the misunderstanding results from showing abroad of third and fourth rate American movies, the teacher declared. Films which would not be acceptable "fill ins" in this country are screened as "top American entertainment" in Ireland and from poor gangster and cowboy pictures the Irish build an idea of America as a land of "Hollywood marble steps and a swimming pool in each back yard '' Mrs. Davis had difficulty convincing the Irish people she met that America has a large middle class population, and that the white weather-board home is typical of United States housing. One of 97 Americans sent in 1949 to Great Britain under the English Speaking Union exchange plan. Mrs. Davis was assigned to Belfast to teach. Considered "ambassadors ·without portfolio." the teachers" first job was to teach, she said, but no less important was their task of making friends, learning to understand the people and to spread correct conceptions of the United States. The Northern Irish she to be people of high culture. interested in art, m u s i c , the theater. Describe* Ulster Education It is difficult for the people of Ulster to understand the American system of education for in Europe there still is a belief that a teacher "should have a cane and use it" and that "beating education into the heads of students" is a proper procedure. Only the top ten per cent of the population goes on to higher education and instruction is cut to formula and pupils moulded to pattern. Many Irish people believe American Universities give degrees in football and baseball, Mrs. Davis said, and "after I came home I wondered if they hadn't known more about our system than I did!" However, she did her best to explain that academic work, not sports, is the basis on which degrees are awarded. The academic degree is highly prized in Europe and the comparatively few people who earn educational honors use the appropriate letters after their names on every possible occasion, even in telephone directory listings. The trish educators see no need to at- Lempt to give more than rudiments ;o that segment of the population destined by economic and class restrictions for mill or laboring work so basic studies for the average pupil under 14 are kept -"sty simple, little more than the three H's. No Slums In Belfast Mrs Davis found the people of Ulster a "fine, up-and-coming ?roup, proud of their prosperous country." Industry is forging ahead, she said, and farms are be- mechanized. The towns are neat and clean and Belfast itself las no slums The Northern Irish lave no wish to unite with the Free State, the speaker declared, and are loyal in their allegiance to England. Stories of religious intolerance and persecution often are ex aggerated "propaganda." M r s Davis declared. She saw no evidence of the bitter feeling often reported to exist between the North and the South of the island. Mr* Davis urged the service club member* to sponsor and forward exchange programs for students, teachers, business men, and others whose travel will develop better understanding between nations. She declared that once one gets to know one's neighbors in another land, it if impossible to turn and shoot them or drop an atom bomb on them, "Get to know other people and help them to HIOW us." she urged. Mrs. Davis was introduced by J. Vernon Coblentz, program chairman for the day. Mr. Davis, principal of the Middletown high school, was a luncheon guest One visiting Kiwanian, W. F. Slifer, of iagerslown, was present. The Ciwanis president, J o h n R. Cheatham, presided. Guy Anders inducted Ernest Smith, classified as an agent of the Internal Revenue Bureau, as a member. BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE FOR SAL-E 4-room concrete block bungalow, rlcctrir, 19 acres mountain land, located opposite Tuscarorx watershed property at Yellow Spring Immediate possession. 5-rooms, large sun porch, outbuildings, over 1 a«-re of land near city limits on Shookstoun road. .10 dav possession 5-room dwelling, larKf lot of (-round West Main Street, Thiirmonl. Maryland. 6-room semi-detached brick, slate roof dwelling, electric, *tver connection, rear and side entrance, remrally located in Frederick Completely modern vml-bunftalow hrlrk dwelling western section of Frederick. Immediate possession. Small down payments with monthly installments will buy most ot these properties. GILMORE R' FLAUTT REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE 227 North Market Street Frederick, Maryland Member of the tteal Estate Board of Frederick The Eye-Bank for Sight Restora- ion located in New York City is a non-proftt organization that col- "ects healthy corneal tissue for ransplanting to blind persons' with corneal defects. Bids Opened On 240 Bridge BALTIMORE, Nov. 27 W--Allied Contractors, Inc, of Baltimore submitted a low bid of $115,264 today Tor building a bridge ovei the new Washington National Pike in Montgomery County. The four-lane expressway is under construction between Wash- :ngton and Frederick. The bridge project will carry Comus road over the pike near its present intersection with U. S. 240 ibout a mile north of Clarksburg. The new overpass will be just west of the intersection. The only other bid on the pro- ect was about $15,000 higher. The Bero Engineering and Con- truction Company of Hampton, Va ) was apparent low bidder on a bridge to carry U. S. 13 and Divi- ion street over the Pennsylvania Railroad tracks in Salisbury. Bidders presented several price igures on various ways of doing he job, the Bero prices ranging rom $352,286 to $364,340. The bridge ultimately will be- :ome the southbound lane ot the dual highway. A bridge already t the site now carries both lanes. Eastern Highways Corporation 1 Baltimore submitted a low bid FOR THE FINEST IN RADIO AND TELEVISION Admiral ~ DuMont - Zenith CONVENIENT TERMS WAYSIDE RADIO SERVICE 423 East Patrick Street Phone 934 C. E. CL1NE SON FtJNKRAl If AMBULANCE SERVICE 8 East Patrick St. Phone 355 JOIN "HOSPITAL AID, INC." NOTICE PREMIUMS-Frederick County Agricultural Society PAYABLE-November 1st, 1951 to November 30th, 1951. AT-WESTERN MARYLAND TRUST COMPANY FREDERICK, MD. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Books to suit all interests and inclinations -- for adults -- for children. ON SALE AT 's book marl gift shop 145 north market st. Be a "Dear" this Christmas! Give her the preferred Gift. .. NYLONS Gossamer sheer, gift-glamorous and wonderful to give or get! to a hos of sfyfes and colors, proportioned lengths, Nylonized, of course. 1.50 to 1.95 IN FREDERICK AT H E N D R I C K S O N ' S OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY 'TIL XMAS Let's GET IN The SCRAP! THE NATION NEEDS SCRAP IRON, BRASS, COPPER, I'AD, BATTERIES A C T If you are unable to haul it yourself, phone either of the dealers listed below and they will arrange to call for it. They will pay yon cash and you will have extra Christmas money. Yon will be serving a call of your country to help the rearmament program. N 0 W FREDERICK JUNK CO. RELIABLE JUNK CO. 333 966 COOPERATING WITH THE GOVERNMENT SCRAP DRIVE Brurt E. CruavPomona Grange Master Kenneth L. Metcalf, Pres. Chestnut Farms Dairy Cecil K. Bolter, Sr..Pres. Fred. Co. Farm Bureau Geo. C. Slagle, Mgr.-Sec. Chamber of Connote Jacob Goldberg. Pres. Fred. Iron SteeUnc. Chairman Drive JOIN HOSPITAL AID TODA* of $243,379 lor widening, atraight- cninjf out and resurfacing about seven and » third miles of th Salisbury-Snow Hill road i Wicomlco County and aOme In cidental resurfacing in Salisbury. T. JB. Gatch and Sons, Inc., o Baltimore, bid $244,967 on thi job. Besides seven miles of work o State Route 12, from Salisbury to the Wicomlco-Worcester Coun ty line, the project includes resur facing of main street in Salisburj from Baptist street east to the overhead bridge at U. S. 13. BUILDING PROGRAM SET BALTIMORE, Nov. 27 C/P)--The state Board of Education approvec today a $4,848,860 construction program at five Maryland teacher's colleges. The largest single item on the 1st was a $1,500,000 combination classroom building, demonstration chool, auditorium and gymnasium at Coppin. The adoption by the Board of education of the ambitious pro- jram is the first step. It must run he gamut of the Board of Public Works, the State Planning Commission, other budgetary agencies ind finally the Legislature before lecoming law. Robert WJheckIes Sons. MASON WORK Ph. 1490-.T Frederick, Md. Electrical Wiring Residential, Commercial and Industrial FIXTURES OF ALL TYPES AND REPAIR WORK HARRY TINNEY 12 Hamilton Ave. Phone 1601 10 = 10 1 This can hardly be right. But It is! For every $10 you spend in our store we let you select ?11 worth of sroods! Tftls means a 10% sav- ins! Just ask for our stamps FREDERICK 5 10 41 South Markekt--Open Evenings Opportunity Prominent 83-year-old life insurance company wishes to appoint local representative full or pari-titn«. Will train proper party. WRITE BOX 1712 FREDERICK NEWS-POST FOR INTERVIEW HIGHEST QUALITY T E X A C O FUFL OIL AND KEROSENE 5TUP-CROWTHER, INC TELEPHONE 2783 XMAS BICYCLES BURALL "The Bike Man" Has no fancy storeroom--No hi- pressure salesmen--No hi-overhead--But has the larjrest stock quality bikes in town. Lowest prices--all models sizes, $34.50 up. Every sale backed by 30 years bike experience. BURALI/S CYCLE SHOP Rear C. C. Carty's. E. Pat. St. ("My location Saves You Money") BAGS WANTED MILLS FARMERS STORES Attractive prices paid for Burlap and cotton bag*. 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 gi. or East 4th Street Ext. Phone 38S 'Another Reports *Ike' Will Be A Candidate NEW YORK, Nov. 27 (fl)--NBC Correspondent Jack Begon said tonight Gen. Dwight D. Elsenhow- er has indicated he plans to leave his European command early next year to seek the Republican nomination for President. "General Eisenhower," Begon said, "has indicated to intimate military associates that he will leave his command no later than next February to seek and accept the Republican nomination for President." The same speculation has come ; rom a number of sources, includ- ing elow friends of th« Genw«l. However, Eisenhower repeatedly has refused to say how long he expects to remain in Europe or whether he would accept nomination if it was offered to him. Begon continued; "His military associates, I've learned on good authority, insisted that Ike declare himself at least to them so that they could plan for the future." Begon's report cam* from Rome, where Eisenhower attended a meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Council. · Comment of Gen. Eisenhower or associates was not immediately available there. Say you saw it'in The News. WANTED Experienced Mechanical Draftsman Immediately or High School graduate to learn APPLY FREDERICK IRON STEEL, Inc. Superbly Sti/leJ ··IHtdaNy for y««r METAL VENETIAN BUNDS FLEXIBLE STEEL SLATS Baked On Enamel Won't Rust or Peel Attractive Head Design Famous Name Tapes to Matdi IS to 36--64 long The Kehne Furniture Co. , 50 South Market St. Phone 678 JOIN "HOSPITAL AID. INC." For DEPENDABLE OIL HEAT... Mobil heat SOCOrW-VACUUM HEATING OIL From a DEPENDABLE SOURCE! PHOMHT , DELIVERIES I CALL 16 SECONOMY OIL CO. ITU N C A Chantilly glassware--to match your sterling silver. The beauty of this pattern is in its graceful lines and its sparkling design cut in dear crystal. Its daintiness appeals to women who like fine things. The items illustrated will give you an idea of Duncan's Chantilly. Come in and see "The Loveliest Glassware in America." berger's book mart gift shop 145 North Market Si ADMIRAL K E L V I N A T 0 MAYTAG PHILCO Store Open Mon. Thru Sat., 8 A. M. - 9 P. M. WILLIAM S. HOOD For TELEVISION APPLIANCES WE SEUVICK EVERY 1HJ.V« WE SELL -- PHONES -10 MILES EAST OF FREDERICK ON U. 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Heater '49 Chev. 5-Pass. Coupe '42 Stude. 4-Dr. Com. '41' Ford 2-Door '41 Chevrolet 2-Door '4.0 Studebaker Champion OTHER MAKES AND MODELS IN STOCK USED CARS 1 92 -120 W. PATWU St FREDERICK, MD. WE S E L L ARMSTRONG'S R E S I L I E N T F4.0ORS UNOTILE ASWiALT TH.E fttf*B£R TILE CORK TILE JASPE LINOLEUM TILE wi ALSO AAMCTRONCS RUCS AND FLOOR COVERINGS SPECIALTY DIVISION OF HAMILTON HOMES, 6 East Second St Phone 2307 JEWS PA PER I IFWSPA.PFJ

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