The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 7, 1951 · Page 7
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December 7, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

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'rogram Lags, Churchill Says LONDON. Dec. 6--(#)--Prime (Minister Churchill said tonight Jritain will be unable to complete |her $13-billion defense program ftn schedule in 1953. "We shall get on as fast as Iwe can," Churchill told the House lof Commons in reply to a question Ifrom Laborite left-winger Aneurm iBevan. "We shall do our best, Ibut I should be very wrong not Ito warn the House that there Iwill be a lag, as there has been lin all munitions programs I have |seen or been connected with." Speaking as his own Defense jMinister in debate, the Conser- Ivative chieftain referred to Sevan's rediction of last spring that [Britain was trying to rearm too I fast. Cnurchill told the House that I even this year's $3,509.000,000 de- Ifense spending was behind schedule. I Bevan quit the Labor Govern- I merit Cabinet of Clement Attlee I April 23 with a protest that Bri- Itain was trying to rearm faster I than her economy and social ser- I vices would permit. I Britain Making ArBomb Churchill told the House: Britain has made considerable ["progress toward building an AI bomb. There is less danger of World War III now than at any time since the Berlin air lift of 1948 because of "deterrents against ag- I gression" created by the United States, Britain and other nations I of the free West. Some 250,000 armed \ service I personnel in the nation's military ^establishments and depots have een ordered to be at "combat [ready" to repel any possible in| vasion by parachute troops. A short training course for Britain's ex-servicemen will be held again next year along the same lines of the one the past summer. Britain's plan to produce a new .280 caliber rifle will be shelved in the hope -that agreement can be reached on a standard size rifle with the United States and Canada. The United States favors s own .30 caliber Garand. Churchill still is not convinced the North Atlantic Allies should appoint a supreme commander for the Atlantic Ocean. Churchill said the nationality of such a commander was secondary, although before he became Prime Minister he protested because the job was dtte to go to an American. Adm William Fechteler. Churchill refused to merge British troops in the French-sponsored project for a unified European ?rmy Though Britain agrees "There ''should be a European army and that Germany must take an honorable place in it.'' He said Britons EXPECTED HOME SOON--James C. Reeder, Yoeman 3rd Class, son of Mrs. William G. Reeder, 12 West Seventh street, who is stationed on the U. S. S. destroyer Daly, at the naval station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, expects to return home by Christmas, He flew home last September from Heidelberg, Germany, where he re-enlisted for six years. His address: Commander Destroyer Division 302, U.S.S. Daly (DD-519) Flagship, care Postoffice, New York, N. Y. bornfc but In preparing to manufacture the weapons." He indicated A-bomb development would be one of the things he will discus 1 ; with President Truman in Washington next month. Churchill said "there are certain aspects of this delicate subject I hope we may clarify by discussion with the United States authorities." CLUB MEETING The Mothers and Teachers Club of Calvary Methodist church held its regular 'meeting December 3 at the home of Mrs. R. Ames Hendrickson, West Second street, with 35 members present. The meeting was opened by singing the club song and repeating the club verse. The devotions were read by Mary Sharp. Some Christmas carols were sung by Gray son Stevens. The meeting continued with a Christmas party. Mrs. Edward Mantz as Santa Glaus presented those present with gifts. Refreshments were served. San Marino, a country with an area of only 38 square miles, is situated in the Appenine Mts. in the heart of Italy. Community Association At Clarksburg Meets Clarksburg Community Association's regular meeting was called bv President Ralph F. Marti at 8 p. m. Monday. The secretary's report was read by Mrs, Julia Hess. Mrs. I. R Wilhide gave a very detailed treasurer's report. Edward Deels of the development committee gave a report concerning the association's part In publicizing the protest against the proposed governing Upper Montgomery, as sponsored by the Upper Montgomery County Planning Commission. Mr. D e e t s was selected by the association to represent the Clarksburg district on the proposed citizens planning committee. Clarence Day of light committee, announced" that several more lights were proposed to the ptesent system'. The nominating committee as elected at the last meeting is composed Clarence Day, Paul Burner and Ralph Martz selected a list of nominees. They were Major G. T. Martz, president; James D. King, vice president: Austin W. Hammond, secretary and Ora King, treasurer. Edward Deets was elected chairman of the Christmas tree commit- would take their place beside such a European army. On atomic research. Churchill said that when he came into office as Prime Minister six weeks ago he found much work had been done. He said this work was "not only on making the crucial materials required for the atomic HHBHMBBMHMB ··!»«· ~-» IMPERIAL BRUNSWICK 6:45 - 8:15 LAST TIMES TONITE BURX LANCASTER "JIM THORPE ALL AMERICAN" Charles Bickford Phyllis Thaxter JOIN HOSPITAL AID D RMTIY THEATRE** DAMASCUS, MD. Fridav Saturday. Dec. "in and 8th "THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL" Patricia Neal, Michael Renni* Cartoon, Latest News Shows: 7-15. 9:17--Friday 5 4 5 Continuous--Saturday . For Christmas Gifts See Our Complete Line Of CHILDREN'S COWBOY BOOTS Shoe-Shine Kits Shoe Mitts Shoe Trees Work Shoes and Oxfords DRONEBURG SHOE REPAIR 210 North Market Street WARNER BROS STARTING T O M O R R O W UoVENTURESPECTACli! A year in the making! Hundreds m the cast! A fortune to bring it to you! AN M-G-M PICTURE BOYS and GIRLS! MOTHERS and FATHERS! Attend Our Second "PAY DAY" Matinee TOMORROW MORNING AT 11 A. M. EACH CHILD ATTENDING THIS SHOW WILL RECEIVE A "PAY DAY" ENVELOPE CONTAINING FROM 5c TO $5.00. Courtesy of WESTERN MARYLAND TRUST COMPANY BIG DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM WILL BE SHOWN "Across The \VId Missouri" and "Romha and The Lost Volrano" Last Times Today: "THE TANKS ARE COMING" Sunday Shows 1:30-3:30-8:30--Daily Continuous From 11 A. M. Sunday - Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday OF A GREAT BEST-SELLER AND THE DANGEROUS AFRICAN DESERT! ,'CEDRIC HARDWICKE JESSICA TANDY-LUTHER ADLER- SNUNNALLY JOHNSON te«. HP »«lectfd thf followlne committee members John Redgrave, Joseph Andrews. GaHtw Draper, Sam Umbergei. Charles E. Startler and James Ktnu. Ora KmK and 1. R. Wilhide were selected to have charge of the Christmas treat this year which will be held in the community hall at 9 15 p. in. on December 23. A l l the .\OUHR people of the district are mvited. Several new members were admitted to the association. They were Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Moorman. W. O Rose. Robert Waters. Rev. Jack Amman led in singing Christmas carols Refreshments were served by Mrs. G. R. Wilhide, Mrs. William Kirdum. Mrs. Cnlvln Burdette. The attendance wns very large. The new officers will be installed at the next regular meeting on Monday night January 7. TO PUBLISH COLUMN Sponsored by the Parent Education Committee of the Frederick County Council PTA. a weekly column for dissemination of county-wide elementary school news, was adopted by publicity representatives Of 15 schools, at an or- Op*n Today-Friday at 11:45 A. M, Ooors Open Saturday At 9:30 A.M. Today Tomorro\v (Admission AH IJ.iy 30c and 60c) BIG STACK * SCREEN SHOW! A Hayloft Hoe-Down And Hillbilly Jamboree -- Featuring -BUD MESSNER A N D H I S SKYLINERS With MOLLY DARR The Carolina Sweetheart .Jack fe .limmy Tbrockmorlon 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 # "IMITATOR! --Also--On The Screen: A Blazing Gusher of Thrills! Also latest News and Cur toon NOTE: "Wllfl Bill" will also appear on Kiddies Opera House Saturday mornlnt at !t:10 -- In addition In the talent show and "James Brut." Serial. and Cartoons. Admission Children .()·)·, A d u l l l 2flr Thursday^ Th* 37.50 to $ 65 If you're thinking of a New TOPCOAT for Christmas- Whether you're buying for your own wear or for Christmas giving, you should see the superb selection of Topcoats at Schroeder's. Every one represents the finest in fabrics and workmanship, every one offers top value as a long-term investment in satisfaction. Included are new shipments of Imported Tweeds, genuine Harris and Donegal Tweeds, Indian Whipcords, Coverts and Gabardines. For A Man's Gift--Go To A Man's Store QCHROEDER'S Men s Wear ^^ Our 2.%1h Yenr 9 E. Patrick St. ganlratlonnl afternoon. Meeting at the residence"of Mrs. Edward D. Storm, 103 Record street, the publicity group elected Mrs. Joseph Vorw, Frederick, editor for the proposed column, to appear in the local newspapers. The news column is one portion of the .stepped up program on parent education in school activities, tieiiiR in w i t h n workshop now in progress to instruct parents in the Administration problems at various levels of boards of education to the top. State bracket. Highest authorities of the Maryland Board oC Education in each department, will :onduct the seminars. Elementary schools of the county, included in the PTA Council are, Brunswick, Emmltsburg. Elm . Frederick. Mil., Friday, l)»c*mb«r 1. 18IJ1 FIFTEEN Electrical Wiring Residential, Commercial »nd I»dustrUl FIXTURES OF MA, TYPES AND REPAIR WORK HARRY TINNEY 12 Hamilton Avc. Phone 160) APPLES G rimes--Delicious Stayraan--Yorks Sweet Cider WALKER ORCHARDS Mt. Airy 74-J Street. Llbertytown, Mlddletown, New Market, North Market street, Parkway, Urbuna, Walkersville, Washinnton Street, Sabillasville, New Midway and Frederick Lincoln, Doubs. colored schools. KSOAI'KS SKIUOUS I N J U R Y Arnold Nulley. HurkittsviUe. fotmerly of Biunswick, a B. O. railroad employe, narrowly escaped .Neiious i n j v u y in a fall from HKAIUNf! Al| PHILOSOPHY A l i r a r l n j aid U Just UK katixfactory t thr u^ri as the nervier constantly nvnlliiblr. Your hearlnc aid needs Rood fresh batUrks. sometime* a broken or 1i'fr«Uvr cord replaced or set repaired. Patroii- trlne a Frederick d i m asuurrn dally jervlce *nd free loauer If needed, FREDERICK HEARING AID CCN'TKR Phone J4Z 4 W. 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