The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 5, 1951 · Page 9
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December 5, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 9

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r alkersville "ire Company lominates Walkersville Volunteer Fire Co. i regular monthly meeting Monday iight, nominated a slate of officers lo be balloted on at the annual ses- feion January 15. \ Nominated from the floor, contests appeared in every office ex- bept that of president, treasurer, bhaplain and surgeon. Philip H. 3eard, perennial executive of the Slade firemen's organization for .nore than a decade, is again unopposed for the presidency, as is Treasurer Preston Hahn. The office of surgeon, currently Seld by Dr. James E. Stoner, could -almost be a monopoly. Walkersville ·community presently has but one ·resident physician. Rev. Charles A. Iprice is the sole nominee for chap- llain. I Contests have developed in the ·top echelon of offices with Vice- Ipresident' Grayson Smith opposed ·for re-election by John O. Poole, I Jr. Two new candidates have been ·nominated for secretary, Haller I Best and Allen Harper, Jr. The Same holds for assistant-secretary, Vith Allen Nicodemus and Charles JD. Burrier nominated. I Assistant,, treasurer will be de- Icided by balloting on Charles D. I Hoke and Walter Culler," Jr., neith- I er being an incumbent of the office. Sixteen candidates are . nominated for directors, six being up for re-election as Walter .Dudrow, I Sr., Harry Filler, William D. Pow- lell, Gilmore Trout, Merhl Wisner land Roger Zimmerman. New can- ifcidates for directorships are: J. (Ward Crum, John I. Deter, Joseph Geisinger, Edgar Van Fossen, Jr., Charles Miller, Kent C. Nicodemus, Jr., Glenn Ramsburg. R. Ward Stauffer, Harvey Strine and Walter Zimmerman. l5 THE "UNITED STATES"--This is a head-on view of eJ? TMlinTMtte "Urited States," now being outfitted for trans-Atlantic service in Newport News, Va. Built at a cost of $70 000 000 the vessel is said to be the largest and fastest passenger ship ever built in this country. The liner is 990 feet long (about 2 feet longer than the Queen Elizabeth), with a beam of IQlVz feet and s£eed in excess of 30 knots. She will b delivered to the United States Lines in New York early next summer. Violence Again trikes In Suez CAIRO. Egypt, Dec. 4 (ff"V--Vlo- ence struck the city of Suez for he second day today. .Egyptian ice and civilians fought with ritish troops. The Egyptians admitted eijfht of heir number were killed nrvd eight Bounded in an hour-long fight. A British communique said 20 Egyp- ians w^re reported killed, but that he figure was not confirmed. The British listed two of their own Bounded. Taken with latest Egyptian reports of yesterday's pitched battle he British figures boosted to 70 the number killed in two days. The British were making strenuous efforts to restore quiet in the populous city at the southern end of the canal. A tough-talking district commander. Brig. W. Greenacre. told Suez Governor Ibrahim Zaki El ·Choly* Bey certain undisclosed steps "must be taken," the British communique said. The British said Egyptian police got "completely out of control" yesterday and the "deplorable situation that developed in Suez was because of direct failure of Egyptian police to maintain law and order." A British cordon of check points sealed off Suez to all motor traffic except for transport of supplies and medicine. A hydrogen atom usually has a nucleus consisting of a single particle called a proton. | ANCIENT CITY UNCOVERED CAIRO, Egypt, Dec. 4, Archaeologists were reported today to have discovered, an ancient city of the dead near Cairo, including the grave of a guardian to an un- ·known pharoah who lived in 3400 B.C. Dr. Etienne Drioton, director general of Egyptian antiquities said diggings in the Qatta region, 25 miles from Cairo, had thus far uncovered 150 tombs in the Necropolis --or city of the dead. He said several vases had been found in the tombs. The diggings started three years ago. Drioton said they would continue for another several weeks. Microwaves are like radar. They travel in straight lines, like beams of light. Thus transmitter and receiver must have a line-of-sight path between them,' or relay stations to bend over or around hills and mountains. Give Her A DOMESTIC SEWMACHINE The Only Machine With A Life-Time Guarantee Console and Portable Models Storm Shipley THE BUSY CORNER Market Second Sis. Phone 266 Buy The Best BICYCLES Schminn--all models WHIZZER MOTORS SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD UNTIL XMAS BRADLEY T, HALLEY, Jr. Petersville Road, Brunswick, Md. ·*""'' HOLIDAY TRAVEL IN COMFORT AT THESE LOW FARES BY BUS from FREDERICK to ONE WAY PITTSBURGH, PA $ 5.10 CHICAGO, ILL 14.85 PHILADELPHIA, PA. 3.35 NEW YORK, N. Y 5.30 COLUMBUS, 0 1... 9.35 CINCINNATI, 0 11.20 DETROIT, MICH 11.30 Plus V. S. Tax 26 .W. Patrick St. i'h. 203 Frederick, Md. 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Under the new rate, the banks will receive 2 pec cent and the Department's Commodity Credit Corporation IVi per cent. At present, each receives Hi per cent. At present, price support loans arc being offered on wheat, corn, cotton, cottonseed, rice, tobacco, peanuts, soybeans, flajtseed, dry beans, oats, rye, barley and grain sorghums. The volume of price support loans has declined during the past two years, reflecting the fact that market prices have, in the case of most supported crops, been at or above price support levels. Prices are expected to be some what higher next year. This raises the possibility that the demand foi loans may be even lighter. With MOLLY DARK The Carolina Sweetheart Jack Jimmy Throchmorton and other radio and recording hill-billy stars! -- PLUS -Extra Added Attraction Direct From Hollywood WILD BILL A REAL COWBOY AND HOLLYWOOD'S ORIGINAL SOUND MAN AND IMITATOR! --Also--On The Screen: A blazing {rusher of thrills! C O L U M B I A HCItt»ES ....«·!· .^^^^J££% WAYNE PRESTON tfflBn!) MORRIS' FUSE D RUI n THEAi-RKlJ DAMASCUS, MD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5th "A Streetcar Named Desire" Vivien Leigh Marlon Brando Cartoon Shows: 7:15. 9:39 Admission Prices This Encasement Only Children 35c Adults Sl.OO ANTIQUES Red Sleigh - Bucfceystown Fine Furniture, Good Glass Beautiful Porcelains Royal Vienna--Bcc Hive Mark New Hall--Shelton Coalport--Davenport Liverpool--Chelsea PMONK BUCKEYSTOWN 4782 W1AT ntCB AUSMKIT BUDAPEST, Hungary, Dee. 4jtr) The United States today demanded that Hungary free four crew- wen and return the American C-47 ransport plane which was forced down .by Soviet tightens Nov. 19 vhlle on a night from West Gern n n y lo Yugoslavia. Some diplomatic observers said hey believed flip demand would be met comparatively soon. They pointed out that a H u n - garian note yesterday and a previous Soviet news asency account charged that the plane was intended for dumping spies into Hungary, nit did not accuse the' four U. S. Air Force men themselves of such activities. The W«w», Frederick. Md., Wednesday, D#fember 5, 1951 SEVENTEEN NOTE: WILD BILL win also appear on Kiddies Opera House Saturday at 9:30 A. M. WARNERTji/AJ · BROS, iivoy T O M O R R O W AND FRIDAY the {3l even the shells whistled it! 'IWIMri Sewi Pu» b ROBERT HAROV ANDREWS Wt«i« t» LEWIS SEILER LAST TIMES TODAY--CONTINUOUS I TO 1 1 P. M. ESTHER WILOAMS--KED S K E L T O N -- H O W A R D KKKl, IN "TEXAS TARNIVAT," --STARTING SATURDAY-- _ _1 mm mm -L 0./PKJV Little Countess Girls 9 Coats; With Extra Material In The Cuff And Bottom Hem For An Extra Year's Wearl $ 19.98 to 826 CHECKS! PLAIDS! PLAINS! TWEEDS! Above: All wool check. Velvet trim coat. Shirred back. Zipper leggings. All wool .interlining. 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