The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 29, 1951 · Page 21
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November 29, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 21

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,"C V ElGBt Now* Frederick. Md.. Thursday. November M. 1JH1 rf f.l !· "1 * f International Army Opposed ROME, Nov. 28 VB--The 12 Atlantic Allies wound up their eighth council today by calling for a quick final report on the possibility of creating an international European inny, including Germans. But British roreign Secretary Anthony Eden indicated Prime Minister Churchill's Conservative Government has no idea of reversing the Labor Governments decision to hold aloof from such an army Eden \ told news conference |*.QPri \UJH1 ** AAii« »j »,,**·-»····'-- »·-- -- -"British formations will not join the European army. But there some form of associa- might be tioru" British officials in London ex- O.L Jltil!3l- v«"» v-»***.w *·*·· plained that this association would consist of "working with SHAPE, Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's headquarters. Although the British stand was not new, it produced a fresh reaction in the European Consultative Assembly at Strasbourg. A long shadow fell over the possibility that the European army plan ever would be realized. Reaction in France There Paul Reynaud, French Rightest, predicted to the representatives from 15 European parliaments that the British rejection would result in overthrow of the scheme in the French Parliament. "Our opponents will be able to say the United Kingdom invites you to drown your own armies in a European army, but she keeps her own," Reynaud said. In Paris, French officials admitted that only one block of votes. Foreign Minister Robert Schuman's Popular Republicans, is committed to the scheme. Two of the big parties, the Communists and de Gaullists, already have come out against it Would Eliminate Germans Schuman reported to the North A t l a n t i c Treaty Organi/.ation (NATO here yesterday that recruiting for a 43-division European army, under supra-national politi- BICYCLES "Buy The Best" SCHWINN--All Models INDIAN LIGHTWEIGHT Gear Shift Models SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD 'TIL XJWVS Slick's Cycle Shop 413 N. Market St 1961-J -- Open 9 'Till 9 cal authority, could begin in April. He predicted a final treaty would be ready when the Atlantic pact powers next meet in Lisbon February 2. W e s t Germany, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy and Luxembourg have been negotiating detaiis for the one-uniform army, which would tw added to Gen. Eisenhower's forces, since last February. Collapse of the plan would blow up present prospects for getting West Germans into the West's de-1 fense line. France adopted the idea as a means of keeping a rearmed Germany from running amok again under a German general staff. Eisenhower asked the NATO meeting Monday to "pool sovereignty--we must attempt the impossible." He added that Europe's defense must be built strongly far east of the Rhine--a statement taken to mean he wants the Germans included. British officials in London said today they considered the "European army idea as mainly a political one" and, "from the military point ol view, wt feel w« eannot surrender any of our sovereignty to supra-national military authority." TO GET NEW PLATES WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 28-Washington motorists will get standard size auto license plates next year but Maryland and Virginia will issue small tabs for attachment to 1951 tags, because of the steel shortage, it was learned yesterday. Virginia and Maryland officials said the steel shortage dictated · the switch. The District bought enough steel for next year's plates early this year. The 1952 District plates will have chrome yellow numerals on a black field. Virginia will have four color combinations for different types of vehicles. Maryland will issue white tabs with black numerals for all types of vehicles. The deadline is March 31 for passenger cars and April 30 for commercial vehicles. A corn that will expand 25 limes its original size when popped Rives a tende · popcorn of excellent quality. THI , Samson FURNITURE FOLDING TABLES ONLY FOLDING CHAIRS ONLY Electrically -welded Jteel-frame and legs wito baked ·Minel finish. Easy t» fold*., aafety hinge--can't cut *4ger». Won't tip or wobfctte. Pded ··fcts covered in ooforitfl, V»ng- wearing S«E3onie* Vtaf* up- Strong enough to stand ont "OH THE SQUARE" THIRB FLOOR 9temp'« Discount UirM A*«I % ' REUPHOLSTER Sofa Chair S 69 Act NOW for sensational savings before the .,,, end of HOFFMANN'S Fall Sale! 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Guaranteed by ^ Good Housekwplnf 9IAUTIFVL VtCOXATOXS' colons f Loch on for tht lift of your well* fxclwiv* · w«w«r ««vti fiatvrt imuris perfect alignment; quick, easy installation! No dirt-cotchin§ cement lines' Irighten your home with luxurious Pittsburgh WTHIOCR Mastk Wall Tile! · Kttpt Sport/ing Cfeonf · Inilofli Anywhtnt · Wvn'f Chip »f The Rug Store Parliamentary Law Studied By Women Parliamentary law ana procedure has been the study project of the Women's Democratic League of Frederick County for the past several months. On Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Wijham McPherson McGill, Thurmpnt, this study was brought to a climax by the guest speaker, Miss Virginia E. Lewis, assistant professor of Social Studies of Hood College, when she summarized the fundamentals of parlimentary law and procedure and recommended a book, "Modern Rules of Parliamentary Procedure," by Robert E: Leigh. Informally speaking Miss Lewis enlightened the group on a number of inquiries presented by the ladles. Mrs. Ransom Lewis introduced the speaker as a fellow Democrat coming from Memphis, Tenn. The meeting was presided over by the president, Mrs. Mary H. Gregory. Prayer and pledge to the flag were recited followed by the reading of the minutes by the secretary, Mrs. Laura Strube. Report of the treasurer was given by Mrs. Chester Knill. Mrs. Oscar Keyser, chairman of the rummage sale com- mittee reported tbe sal* scheduled on December 9 and 10, has been postponed until January 10 and 11. Any donations for this sale can be taken to the home of Mrs. Charles M. Dodd, 24 E. Third Street. A committee composed of Mrs. Gregory, Mrs. Edward D. Storm, Mrs Fannie King, Mrs. Glenna M. Boyer. Mrs. Mildred Fisher. Mrs. Ruby Hahn and Mrs. Margaret S. Abrecht met at a previous date to revise the existing bylaws of the league. A report of this committee was given by Mrs. Storm who presented the revised by-laws in writing incorporating the amendments into the by-laws. A copy of same was placed in the custody of the recording secretary. A number of Democratic ladies from Thurmont and Emmltsburg Clubs were present. An invitation was read from Mrs, Mary Duvall, president of the United Women's Democratic Clubs 'of Maryland, to the presidents of the Women's Democratic clubs to attend a special meeting of the Executive Board and the Board of Governors of the U W D C to be held at 2718 Guilford Avenue,' Baltimore on December 8, 1 p. m. Adjournment followed the an- 4 . E. rur\i; FUNERAL UtttKCTORS AMBULANCE SERVICE 8 East Patrick St. Phone 355 JOIN "HOSPITAL AID, INC." Delicious Fruit Cakes That Tops Them All Now Ready Baked In Our Own Bakery FOOD MARKET nouncement «f tb« next regular meeting of the league to be held on January 22, at the home of Mrs. Oscar Keyser, 315 West Seventh Street. A social hour followed with refreshments served by the hostess. MONTHLY MEETING HELD A largely attended meeting of the Threads of Gold Bible Class of Calvary Methodist church school was held on Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. G. Arthur Jones, West Fourth street extended. Devotjons were in charge of Mrs. Martin Ritchie. Reports were read and approved and plans made for the usual contributions given by the class during the month of December. After the transaction of business, a social hour was enjoyed, with readings by Mrs. Leslie Dorsey. Arrangements were discussed for the Christmas party. Guests of the class were Mrs. Edward Godsey, Mrs. Ralph Barnes and Mrs. Lester Rollins. The guess For A GUI Thai M7II BS* g^rvtl for IWr* An All ONLY · Sleepcraft BLANKET Made especially by one of the country's leading manufacturers to give us a nice all wool blanket to offer at an attractive price. This generously sized, 72" x 90", blanket comes in a wide selection of colors--hunter green, light green, geranium, yellow, blue, chartreuse, and rose. SPECIAL Famous Nashua "Purrey" Blankets NOW REDUCED TO ONLY 72 x 90 inches Large Color Assortment HENDRICKSON'S water-rosialani, (hook-protect «*, 17 jewels '71.50 d»ttlilncl) LIFE by eiRARD PERREGABX F I N E WATCHES SINCE 1791 the watch that needs no watching You don't have to wind the- new Gyromatic. It winds itself! You don't have to worry about dropping or drenching it. The Gyromatic protects itself from shock and water! In fact, you'll look at the Qyro- matic only to get accurate, dependable time--and to admire its good looks. « R*. as. iw. o*. Otter* from $59.50 4 East Patrick St Phone 155 COLONIAL JEWELRY CO. JEWELERS--SILVERSMITHS 149 North Market St. Aiiiiiya... J ...va!ix-^li HEARING AID PHILOSOPHY A hearing aid is just as satisfactory to the user as the service constantly available. 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Never has Bennett's offered such a grand array of exciting, inexpensive gifts--be sure to stop and shop at t Solid-Color and Mixed Color H I - J A C S 8 ^ $1.25 .NFWSPAPFRf .NEWSPAPER

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