The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 30, 1951 · Page 11
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November 30, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 11

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imaaf The New*, Frederick, Md., Friday, November 30, 1961 Germans Want pleat In Homes I* ,' BONN, Germany, Nov. 29 UP!-- f Cie Germans are boiling mad at ^ She Allies over their cold homes. "-·' Despite postwar record coal pro: Suction, the average German will ' jet about a ton of coal to heat his ·" kous* during the winter. He'll be lucky to get way at all to keep his .jtere warm if he's a small busi- aessman. The. big Huhr"industries--core of Sermany's economy a r e d 6- vouring coal supplies as fast as y ace delivered. There are no reserve coal stocks ·available for domestic use," re- i ports the Federal Economics Min- .tstry. . .Industry leaders claim some .factories are unable to take Ameri- can orders for detense goods be- ause of the coal shortage. . From housewives to industrial-, tsts, Germans lambast the occupation powers for frigid homes and 'Industrial slowdowns. They claim there would be plenty of coal if Germany were not compelled to . export so much. Required to Sell Fuel West German mines hit a post; -war peak of 10,490,000 tons in October- During the last three months '·'of this year, the Germans are required to sell neighboring countries 6.200,000 tons of coal. Compulsory exports during the three previous months were the same. The seven-nation international Bohr authority tells the Germans how much they must ship to other countries and what the price will be . America, France, Britain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and West Germany are members but the Germans place the blame for the authority's actions on the big occupation powers. The G e r m a n delegate, Vice Chancellor Franz Bleucher, quit in a huff recently when the six other PI GU4NS AS IT VAXES FOR FLOORS...LINOlEUM...rURNlTURE SEEGER CO. HARDWARE 45 S. 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Germans Approved Exports The Germans argue that their W e s t European neighbors are draining off German coal at a fixed low price--and often resell it at a handsome profit. The Germans g e t $14 a ton for export coal. Meamvhile, they claim, German industry has been forced to buy 4,000,000 tons of American coal at $26 a ton during the last half year to keep factories running. Allied officials retort the Germans themselves approved high coal exports before the Korean war brought a world coal shortage. Now, while other nations are shifting to defense production, the Germans are still producing largely for the world market. With Europe facing a coal deficit of 8,000,000 tons during the first quarter of 1952, Allied leaders say German exports of coal must remain high. But cold homes and stores strike at almost every German -- and Allied officials concede feeling is running high against the West on the coal issue. HINES ELECTED BALTIMORE,, Nov. 29. WV- The Farm Credit Administration announced today that William Dorsey Hines of Chestertown had been reeleclcd to a three-year. term as a director. Hines lives on and operates a farm in Kent County, and has served as a director of a number of cooperative organizations in his county and in the State. As a director of the Farm Credit Administration, he also will serve as a director of the Federal Land Bank of Baltimore, the Federal Intermediate Credit Bank of Baltimore, the Baltimore Bank for Co- opsratives, and the Production Credit Corporation of Baltimore. Other members of the Farm Credit Board are G. A. Boger, Al- lentown. Pa.; Milton J. Ferguson, Wayne. W. Va.; W. S. Green. Crewe. Va,; W. Lawson King. Gaithersburg: Jacob H. Mays, Weiser Park, Pa., and Frank W. Richardson, Cumclen, Del. Court News Equity Carrie M. Dean vs. George L. Dean, bill of complaint for specific performance. Marriage Licenses Joseph M. McNeal, 23, Route 5, this city, and Ann Culler. 19. Washington. Robert C Bohn, 21, Union Bridge and Mary A, Lingg. 22, Thurmont. Charles H. Lake, 23. 40 East Sixth street this city, and Mary Doris Holland. 16, Lcakesville, Miss. Property Deeded Charles F. Wachter to Clarence P. Wachter and wife, $10, county. Albert E. Hays and wife to Samuel L. Routzahn and wife, $10, county. Research experiments on a Minnesota otter farm show that otters, contrary to common belief, subsist on a diet made up chiefly of crayfish, caddis-flies, and the like, and not of flsh, which form only a small part of their diet.. Insurance Agents Set To Strike On Saturday NEW YORK, Nov. 20, (/P^-A 35- State strike of 15,500 Prudential Insurance Company agents will start Saturday as scheduled, barring unforeseen developments, their union announced today. Negotiations mere oetween the company and the AFL insurance agents international union broke off Tuesday, The agents are seeking higher pay in a new contract. George Russ of Washington, union president, said no renewal of negotiations was in sight, but that he was staying here jn case Federal mediators called for a new conference. Russ said the strike would begin, in effect, with the close of the work day tomorrow, because the agents ordinarily do not work on Saturdays. The union members want a $55- a-week base pay, plus commission*, in place of the present $35-a-w«ek base pay. plus commissions. The company contends that under the present scale the agents average $100 a week, including company benefits, and that some make niora than $10,000 a year. Prudential has offered an increase in commission rates, which It said would average $5.45 weekly, and a change in the retirement plan to make it non-contributory on the part of the agents. The union has rejected the offer. States involved in the strike action include: Alabama, Florida, Georgia. Kentucky, Louisiana; Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia. The District of Columbia also is in the strike area. The Japanese proclaimed the puppet state of Manchkuo in 1832. GIVEN "HAKJU Jj.rtJBUK~ HAGERSTOWN, Nov. 29, Three boys, aged 9, 10, and 14, will serve terms at "hard labor" for malicious mischief to property of a Washington County farmer. Magistrate Evan Crossley ordered the boys to report to the farmer, Bruce Hoffman, for three successive Saturdays to work out the damage they did. The boys were accused of breaking into an old mill on Hoffman's property and destroying or damaging machinery and materials stored there. "TERRIFIC COMPETITION- CUMBERLAND, Nov. 29 UP)-Emil Rieve. general president of the Textile Workers Union of America (CIO), told members of Local 1874 at a dinner here that new synthetic yarns are "giving the older ones a headache." Rieve said new processes have Say you saw it in The News. 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