The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 9, 1948 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

Frederick, Maryland
Issue Date:
Friday, July 9, 1948
Page 7
Start Free Trial

Page 7 article text (OCR)

July 4 Just Another Day For Mountain Theater Rehearsal »y BETTY SULLIVAN sals, and then undertook to tcour To a lot of people Sunday, asjtbe dance floor usinc indiscrimin- July 4. was a holiday but to the Mountain Theater players it was just another hot rehearsal day. The lonf hours of the muggy afternoon { they spent not in a s\vimmin» pool, not at a picnic table, not swinging in s hammock, but in the Braddock Heights dance pavilion going through scenes from "The Petrified Forest" so they ceuld have a good ately face. anas, kneu and posterior. There beng no trunk handy, she did not take a nap. Episcopal Minister To Debate Andrews Annapolis, July 8 (/PJ--An elderly minister, ready to "give the opening Wednesday evening. j Bible straight from the shoulder," Mountain life is no gay holiday took up a challenge today to argue to the actors who play four nights whether there is a devil and a Coal Strike Back In Court Washington. July 8 UP)--The strike of 55.000 coal miners in steel company pits was thrown into Federal Co art today. Judge T. Alan Goldsborough set a hearing next Wednesday on a request from the National Labor Relations Board to: a stop-strike order. The striking United Mine Workers and their president, John L- Lewis. were directed to appear before the Judge at that time and show cause why he should not issue an injunction against t h e strike. a week at the Mountain, for even helL UMW headquarters said Lewis as they opes on a \S"ednesday night j The invitation to debate was is- i na i no comment on the develop- with a new show, next week's pro- j sued by Alexander W. Andrews., meats. duction is nipping at their heels j Sunday School teacher for 30 years, I For the past three days the and they're learning new lines. It's f who used a newspaper advertise- j miners have stayed away from the a brisk pace of work especially in j ment yesterday to proclaim that in j so-called "captive" mines which dog days. 'ten minutes he could prove there produce coal used exclusively by With '"The Petrified Forest" the [ is no deviL company makes a foray into mores R ev _ James L Smiley, who is serious fields than the light hearted j vicar O f 256-year-old St Anne's the steel industry. In addition, nearly 25.000 union members have not shown up for work at com- cosaedy of the first two weeks, j Episcopal church in Annapolis, an- j mercial coal .-nines, apparently in They've set a high aim because i no unced he would be glad to take \ sympathy with their striking fel- many of the audience will remem- | issue with Alexander. low union members. · i ber the movie version with the. Andrews. 64, who runs a small late Leslie Howard and Humphrey j hotel in nearby Shadyside. said in Bogart Tyler Carpenter will do the role j his quarter-page advertisement that wanted to debate with "any of Allan, the Howard movie part | three Protestant clergymen in Anne and playing opposite him will bejAnindel county" for an hour. He Jean Osbom as the emotionally would us* ten minutes and they confused, heart hungry Gabrielle. could have the other 50. j With a few chairs placed to sug-1 Rev. Mr. Smiley was the only j gest a set. the two rehearsed Sun- j one so far to accept the gauntlet'. day afternoon while hundreds of j but General Manager Edwin C. \ Fredericktonians picnicked bois- j Moivbray of radio station WASL j terouslr a few hundred feet away, i said h e expected others to do like- j and the chug of the scenic railway j wise. Mowbray said the issue j would be aired some titfie next i David Kindling, associate general counsel for the JSTLRB. asked Goldsborough to consider issuing the temporary injunction. A few- hours earlier. Robert K. Denhanx NLRB general counsel, had issued a formal complaint charging: Lewi* and the striking workmen with violating th« Tmft-Hartley law. DewllbM Ntxt T«e*d»r Judge Goldsborough gave Lewis and the UMW until next Tuesday morning to file their answer to the NLRB's injunction request. j The strike broke out Tuesday, j The capttre miners, who had been | on their annual vacation, simply j failed to show up for work. They j struck because the steel companies' refused to give them the union' ; shop provision accepted fcy com-, j mercial coal producers in their; (new wage and working agreement) with the UMW. i Under the unio shop, all em- I ployet must jain the union within a specified time. The commercial mine owners said they accepted the union shop provision (along with a dollar a day wage increase and a doubling of the tonnage royalty which feeds the miners" welfare fund) to avert a shutdown of *he mines. i The steel industry contended. j however, that "the onion shop pro- j vision was illegal because t h e I Taft-Hartliy act says it can be put : into effect only after a majority of 1 the employes authorize it at an , NLBB election. There hasn't been :such an election in the UMW. be-- emus* Lewis wont slim the non- Communist oath which is required of th* offici«!« of unions which want to use the NLRB services. Judge Goldsborough was asked to enjoin Lewis and the union from continuing the strike, and from continuing to insist on the union shop clause in * contract with the "capti es." Three times in the past. Goldsborough * has issued injunctions against Lewis, and has fined him and the miners a total of SC.130.000 for violating two of the orders. Women's Clubs Charlesville Homemakers Clab Mrs. Harry Staley was ho:tess to the Charlesville Homemakers Club June 28. The rneesing was called to order by the president, Mrs. Harry Kfririiburg, followed by singing. Scripture reading by Mrs Harold Staley followed by the Lord's Prayer. Eight members responded to the roll call Miss Loa Davis. Home Demonstration agent, ga\e an interesting demonstration on "A Good Home for Children." The Book Teaser was given by Mr. Roland Smith. Refreshments were served by the hostess The next meeting \\il! be i held at the home of Mrs. Paul Zier on July 26. Gsmbril! Park Club The GanibriU Park Homemakers Club was organized by Miss Loa Davis, Friday. July 2 at the home of Mrs Oscar Stitely. with 14 charter members joining as follows: Mrs. William Masser. Mrs. Nellie Winchester. Mrs. Harry Stup. Mrs. Klsworth Rice, Mrs. Leslie Masscr. Mrs. Oscar SchulU, Mrs Albert Schultz. Mrs. Roscoe Gross. Mrs. Chester Krantz. Mrs LeRoy Masser. Mrs. Carol Freed. Mrs. Donald Sullivan. Mrs. Oscar Stitely. Mr- Stanley Blank. Officers were elected as follows: President. Mrs. Harry Stup: vice- president. Mrs Elsworth Rice, secretary. Mrs. Oscar Stitely: treasurer. Mrs Chester Krantz, director. Mrs. Leslie Masser. The next meeting will be held July 23 at 2 p. m at the home of Mrs. Leslie Masser. Th« UTewB. Frederick. Md.. FrUUjr, J«»T f. IMt was held in the Buckeystown hall. Dr. Joseph F. Thorning. r«ctor of St Joseph's church. Carrollton Manor, gave the invocation and Rev. E. A. Sexsmlth. pastor of Buckeystown Methodist church, pronounced benediction. jtmmiUburz Club Meeting j The regular meeting of the Women's Club of Emmitsburg was held in the Firemen's Hall on June ,29 Report of the committee to supply leaders for the Girl Scouts 1 was g;ven. Report on short course ; at College Park was given by Miss , Louise Sebold, a graduate of this year's coune, Mr*, Edwin mer, club president, Mr*. AIM* Pryor, Mrs. Roy Bollingvr, graft** ates of former counts, and HIM Ann Codori. th« 4el*gaU fra the club. It was decided to take a trip to Hershey. Pa. July IS WM Mt as a tentative date. TboM wiifc* ing to make the trip are t» «*· tact Miss Ann Codori vr Mr*. Harry Boyle. After the martlng the members enjoyed * dutch trwt at Crouse's drug store. The sea today is believed to b* less salty thas it was millions of years ago. Get-Together At Buckeystown , The Buckeystown Homeciakers Club sponsored a large community get-together when members held their family picnic recently. The event was scheduled to be held at the home of Mrs. C. H Lamar. Tuscarora. bat because of .rain i t , Watches Diamonds Jewelry and Silverware ~ 4 Doll's Jewelry Store 9 SOUTH MARKET ST. FtfDfltKX MR. HERSHEY PARK periodically drowned out their voices. Watching ana waiting for cues, the rest of the company napped (Barnet Biro). wrote letters (Adele Fortin). took candid camera shots (Don Koll) and all kept a protective eye on Holly Decker who with her first birthday in the offing, is serenelv friendly to the world large. Grave eyed she watched her mother. Jean Osbom. do a scene under direction of her father. James Decker, and voiced approval with a loud "Mommie." As the scene broke Jean Osbom dropped Gabbv to be "Momirsie" and dashed off in search of a bottleful of tomato juice. Holly absorbed the juice, whammed the bottle on the floor in applause of further rehear- · week. In accepting. Mr. Smiley said: "I'm going to give the Bible straight from the shoulder." V The salt in the sea is great! ·*. enough to cover the entire area of' ·"· the United States to a depth of! JT one and a half miles deep. »- BALLROOM SAT., JULY 10th, 8:30 E N E K R U P A And His Orchestra Much of Pisa, Italy, was demo- i iished during World War n but the Leaning Tower was only slightly damaged. Cotton fibers are about 91.3 per cent pure celulose and 7 per cent water. Dancers S1.SO--Gallery Sic 7, Tajc Included _^ Free Concerts -* SUN., JULY lift 5 2 to 4 tc 7 to 9 ^J RINGGOLD BAND ^ of Reading FREE SHOWS Every Tnes. FrL Evening -- 7 to 8 , AMATEUR JAMBOREE. 1 (0 BIG DAYS July 20 to 24 July 27 to 31 MODERN PHARMACY Successor To Pearre's Drug Store Drug Prescription Service TELEPHONE 208 . DAILY DOUBLE 1st and 2nd Races Window Closes 2:15 POST TIME-2:30PM QUALITY^ Markell Ford Phone 2O2 HUB FURNITURE COMPANY offers QUALITY MERCHANDISE at LOW PRICES PAY CASH . . . PAY LESS Metal Two-Door Wardrobes.... $ 19.95 Metal Cabinet Bases... $ 14.95 to $27.95 All Sizes Metal Utility Cabinets.. $14.95 to $28.95 Single Double Door 7-Way Floor Lamps . . . . . $ 12.95 8-Pc, Living Room Suites.. $74.95 to $215 Electric Fans (10-12-16 inch) Prices Reduced Oscillating Come in -- look around, and compare our prices.0ur overhead expenses are low--so we are passing the difference to you. It Pays to Mtuy at the HUB FURNITURE COMPANY 10O South Market St. Frederick, Md. Its Here! Wherever You See a Cooler! FULL 8-OUNCE BOTTLE Iced and Ready to Drink Here it is! Pepsi "8" in the handy new 8-ounce bottle. Ice- cold--"hits the spot" for on-the-spot enjoyment. Try ice- cold Pepsi "S"--The extra-good, drink in the exfra-size bottle, at only 5pl -AND FOR GENEROUS HO GET THE BIG, BIG 12-OZ. BOTTLE Still the big, BIG value Get the famous big, BIG 12-ounce size. Take home six! Two full glasses in every bottle! That means you can keep plenty on ice, to serve ice-cold when friends drop in. So get 6 big bottles of Pepsi-Cola today! Makes thrift really smart! SERTES 12 FULL GLASSES (72 orN'CES) TAKE HOME A CARTON OF 6 .NEWSPAPERS Bottled By: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF BALTIMORE Under appointment from Pepsi-Cola Company, N. Yi Distributed by: George B. Kehne, East All Saints St., Frederick, Md. v -^ ^ ^ ,,_ . KFWSFAPFI

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page