The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 28, 1951 · Page 18
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November 28, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 18

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krcoNO PAGE NINE Fv. ,.;, .. Wednesday, November 28,1951 fcrike? Retard r ar Effort pledge was in effect in the last war. He expressed a hope th;;t "tear for the national security" would ke»p strikes at a minimum. Wilson said that In his judgment the nation is not short any military planes, tanks or guns as a result of materials going into civilian production. TWO pace buua series ; of strikes lin the last four months retard- led production I The defense 'boss also complained about a national psychology that "we're not at war. Despite these drawbacks, he told I a Senate-House committee on defense production he believed rmh- ary production goals can be met without interrupting, except lor nerhaps "minor changes, the pie lent levels of civilian goods out- I put. He saw no prospect, however, of any step-up in the production of many consumers' items, especially those requiring strategic e joint committee which heard Wilson is looking into the production picture to find out whether new legislation might be needed to remove any obstacles Strikes Have Court Wilson said defense production, including output of "fantastic weapons," has proceeded in the 18 months since Korea as fast as during, the first 18 months of World War Two But he went on to say that ."we have had a seiies of strikes m the last four months, some of which were directly responsible' for aircraft and aircraft parts production falling behind He did not specify any strike by name but told the public hearing: "Take a transport strike I doesn't last long, but its effects are felt for a long time" He said, .however, that "we have lost less man hours and less pro duction" than when the no-strike 20,800 Enlisted Reservists Released WASHINGTON, Nov. 27 The Ndvy said today that 20,800 enlisted reservists have been re- eased since July 1 and that an additional 16.000 will be separated before the end of this year From the start of the Korean conflict through June 30 the Navy called 147,774 enlisted reservist :o duty. The first men released served an average of 14 months Present aw requires the separation of vet eran enlisted reservists after 16 months. The Navy said most of the re maimng reservists who are not vet erans will serve up to 25 months although present schedules envisior the release of some after about 22 months. The Army and Air Force previ ously announced 'plans to releas all their enlisted reservists by th end of this year. ELECT STAFF OF OFFICERS Mrs. Robert Stme was elecle president of the Keysville Women Club during a recent meeting o the group held at the home of Mrs Earl Wilhide and Mrs. Erb. Other officers named, a-e: Mrs. Gilbert Stine. vice president; Mrs. Floyd Wiley, secretary: Mrs. Russell Stonesifer, treasurer. lodiftcaiioii Of Amendments Asked ROCKV1LLE. Nov. 27 W--· Modi- cation of proposed amendmen s to Montgomery County's fire lode vas urged at a public hearing to- ay. The County Council, which conducted the hearing, heard some 50 epresentatives of various county rgani/.ations. They agreed that he fire code should be strengthened, but said some of the changes sroposed would work hardship on mall nursing homes in the county. The changed regulations were proposed after four persons met death m a nursing home fire at Colesville last September. Mrs Jessie Proctor Jollifle, operator of the home, was among those present. Strongest objection was raised to a proposal that smoking be permitted only in fireproof smoking rooms, and that patients be searched when they left tho.se rooms. Objectors contended the provision would work hardship on bedridden patients, and that the search would violate rights of others. Other changes would require that all rest homes be within 600 feet of a fire hydrant: that watei storage units be maintained: anc that patients be permitted only ot the first floor of any frame building not equipped with a sprinkler system. Herbert G. Fritz, chief of the Maryland Health Department's Division of Hospital Services, urged the Council "to arrive at some middle area of amendment so that suf- acient nursing home facilities can be retained." ·null A IN I H ' X i N U «.UAli LONDON, Nov. 27 (/P--Britain again is buying American coal to eke out domestic supplies from her lationallzed mines. The National Coal Board disclosed that British agents have quietly ought up perhaps a million tons ii the last few weeks L.a'U winter ,200,000 tons \serc imported from he United States. The American fuel is to augment a stockpile of 16.800,000 tons as a leserve for winter, when consmnp- .ion always outs-trips production here. Expert* figure a reserve of about 19 million tons is needed for safety. ·DOG-TAGGING" CAP1TAHTKS WASHINGTON. Nov. 27 (-Vi-The District of Columbia Commissioners want all residents of Wash- 'ington to wear or carry "dog tags." The commissioners--ruling body for the national capital -- voted tentatively today to approve a plan for providing identification tags to all residents as a civil defense measure. "We know we're not going to get everybody, especially women to wear them around their necks.' a civil defense official said, "bul they can be carried in purses" Weather Breaks Record Both Ways BAI/T1MORK. Nov. 27--W'l--The weather has broken lecouis both ways so fur m November, but on the average it ha.s boon, colder than it has beoiv warm. In fact, siiys the U. S. Weather Bureau, this has been the coldest November Maryland has known In 40 years, oiv the average Average temperature for the month so far has been 403 degrees. According to Weather Buteau figure!, that's tin 1 coldest it's been since 1911. when the November average was 43 7 At the other end of the scale (Advertisement) HEART ATTACK OR INDIGESTION? THANK HEAVENS! 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