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CCC Camp - CUMBERLAND EVENING TIMES, WE0N ESUAY, MAT 29,...
CUMBERLAND EVENING TIMES, WE0N ESUAY, MAT 29, 1935 C3DE COLLAPSE MAKES NO CHANGE AT PLANTS t Union Mining Company Announces Announces Will Take No Advantage Advantage of Situation. The board o? directors of Union Mining Company, of Mount Savage, which employes more than three hundred workers, announces that no' changes In working hours or wage scales will be made, resulting from the Supreme Court's ruling of NRA. Numerous Events Scheduled For Memorial Day Locally :General Suspension Of Business Here Tomorrow—Parade From Armory To Roa« Hill Cemetery Start* At 10:30 A. M.—Ceremonies Planned Elsewhere In This Section company, one of the oldest ,'smjf(icturers of flre brick, in the * fJaiteii States, operates three ftre Brick plants, having recently merged with the Maryland" Fire Brick Company. Company. The company has, within the post few months, greatly improved and expanded Its plants^ which are ; now working to full capacity. The beard of directors authorized • further | :tensive improvements and the; rsbuiidlng of one complete plant. ' Memorial Day will be observed as a general holiday in Cumberland Cumberland ' with stores, schools, banks, county and city offices and • other business places suspending. There ^will b? no mail deliveries and no I window service at the postoffice, and there will be no Issue of the Evening Times. ENTRIES FOR FLOWER SHOW SOON TO CLOSE No Entry Fee Required Of Prospective Exhibitors Say Sponsors Of Display. Miss Elizabeth L. Lowndes, general general chairman of the Flower Show to be held June 5 and 6 in Emmanuel Emmanuel Episcopal Parish House by the music by Jimmy Gilmore'n orches- Garden Group of the Woman's Civic IrT opening at the remodeled! Club report!.an increased demand ClarysvUle Inn; an outdoor boxing 'or the schedules of classes of en- show at Luke, and opening of the Mi nice and Celanese swimming pools. Local theatres have special attractions. Liquor bars will be open. Program at Piedmont Port Cumberland Post No. 13, Piedmont, W. Va., May 29—The American Legion, will be in'charge of the annual parade and services at the cemeteries.' All marching organizations will to Philos cemetery, headed by the. meet at the State Armory at 10 a. m. and the parade will move .at Armorr the line Centre street. The company operates under IJO^Q From agreementsin effect in the Clear-j^ ' move up _ _ flelri Division ot the Refractories t Baltimore, thence to Washington Institute, and, while the code cover- street where prEsen tatlon of the ing this industry has been suspend- w ld w fl _ { Company G ed, it is likely that some new work- Memorial Day parade will form at 1:30 p. m. in the vicinity of the Piedmont Opera House and proceed Trl-Towns Municipal Band. Other organizations expected to take part are: Black Hawk Tribe No. 131, Improved Order of Red Men; >Po- tries from prospective exhibitors as the time limit for entries approaches. approaches. Schedules may be obtained from Miss Lowndes or Mrs. Robert R. Henderson, chairman of the schedule schedule committee composed of Mrs. Henry Shrlver, Mrs. Richard W. Trevaskis, Mrs. A. M. Lichtenstein, Mrs. May Buley, Mrs. Gerard Ever- stlne, Mrs, George W. Legge, Mrs Howard T. Robinson. The sponsors of the Flower Show announce that there is on entry fee for exhibitors and no restriction (is tomac HWrcomoanr N""•' Tri to the number of entries placed by tomac Fire company, MO. j. ITI- ^^lu^i.oi »cirfo tvnm mass \ — will be made to the Free Public Library; out Washington street to Chase, and'on out Payette street to Rose Hill cemetery. At the cemetery, Post Command- ing contract, for the Industry; will be worked out. The company states that It will take no advantage of the collapse of the NRA but will to the contrary Ai __.„„. .. . 0 work with iU workers to prevent j Jntroduoe'liev. "H. Half Sharp! pas-"! Company No.' 10, Uniform Rank Towns Fire Company, Kelly-Mansfield Kelly-Mansfield Post No. 52, Drum Corps and Legionnaires; Spanish War Veterans, Veterans, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Mayors and Council men of Westernport, Westernport, Piedmont and Luke and members of Civilian Conservation cr Frederick A. Pudcrbaugh will Camp of Bond, Md.. and Piedmont any chaotic condition. R. Green Annan is president and in charge of sales offices in Pltts- biu-gh. New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. William L. Sherman Is vice president and general manager of the plants; J. E. McKelvy of tor of St. Luke's Lutheran Church, I Knights of Pythias. Frank E. Dixon who will deliver the invocation, A and Fred Wiseman will be marshals. short address will be made by Richard Richard F. McMullen and Rev. Sharp will pronounce tht benediction. . f Heading the line of march will be. a platoon of City Police and The address will be delivered by Rabbi Abram V. Goodman, of Cumberland. Cumberland. No parking will be allowed tomorrow tomorrow between 12 noon and 3 p. STOCK MARKET an individual. Aside from Class 1— commercial displays, there are eight classifications including one for Juniors. Entry blanks should be sent Immediately Immediately to Mrs. Franklin H. Ankeney, Ankeney, La Vale, chairman of re_1stra- tion. Assisting Mrs. tAnkeney is James W. Thomas-, assistant chairman chairman and the following entry committee: committee: Mrs. Nellie W. Footer, Mrs. Thomas B. Flnan, Miss Ada Miller, Mrs... Irving T. Holland, Mrs. Henry W. Schaidt, Mrs. John A. Findlay, Mrs. Elue O. Fritch, Mrs. Karl O. Perry, Mrs. Samuel Schwab, Mrs. New York. May 2* nark«ts were still dizzy today from the overdose of confusion taken in Jie wake of NRA's sudden downfall Ml thei« were some rlgns of recovery recovery in several quarters. Selling pressure slackened considerably considerably Ui stocks and some group* were able to work a little higher despite heaviness in industrials and metals. Bonds showed definite Improvement Improvement in the corporate division but U. 8. governments had little interest interest in affairs of the day and rested. Wheat and other grains got off on the right foot but encountered pressure and slipped back. Cotton remained under the influence of European selling and foreign exchanges exchanges showed little change despite the financial and political tension In France. Call money renewed at one- fourth of one per cent. After absorbing a flurry of selling at the opening, stocks were considerably considerably heartened by the appearance of good buying among rails and utilities and the entire list stiffened toward the end of the Jlrxt hour. Further offerings of industrials and mining share,* however, held a. broad stripe.of irregularity over the market market as a whole. Prominent trading favorites displaying steadiness included included American Telephone, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, Consolidated Gas. North American, Public Service of New Jersey and Allied Chemical. Key industrials *nd specialties showing losses mostly of less than a point included XJ. 8. Steel. General Motors, Chrysler, International Harvester. Harvester. J. I. Case, National Distillers, Montgomery Ward and Bethlehem. International Business Machines CIVIC CLUB DINES, HOLDS ODD WORF PROGRAM Entertaining Song and Story At Parish Hall. Yearly Reports Portrayed In The Cumberland Woman'* Civic: Club markfd the close of it* actlvi-; ties for the summer months, other than the garden end flower show! next week, with a novel and entertaining entertaining program Oils afternoon This followed * luncheon served by Kmmanuei Guild in Emmanuel Parish House. Luncheon was served at 1 p. m., and several score women attended. Instead of reading. the annual committee reports of the work done during the year, summary of the club's activities in Its various departments departments were reviwed in a mock "board meeting," humorous sketches sketches and dialogues, written, arranged and acted by several groups on the parish house stage. The clever por- tr*ya! by those taking part created enthusiastic applause. . . This program was. featured by tfie singing of original songs and choruses prepared by members of ihe occasion. Mrs A. N. Golladay presided. The members sat during the cheon and program at long irranged in angies with a center aisle Lares vases ol summer aisle. Large vases of summer Sowers were useb in decoration. Painted shadow boxes and settings being arranged for the coming flower show were used as a decorative decorative background in the hall. OBITUAR Y

Clipped from Cumberland Evening Times29 May 1935, WedPage 7

Cumberland Evening Times (Cumberland, Maryland)29 May 1935, WedPage 7
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