The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 23, 1948 · Page 6
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July 23, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 6

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us · hold-over member of the l VJreinia Senator Board of Directors by Lion Rich- | * irgUlia Jtriiaior ard F. sunmoos. ! fo Support Truman Piesident Clint Hamilton pres- ( r * idcd and guests, in addition to the _ Washington. July 22 \fr--Presi- derby boys, \vere~ Lions Donald King, of Gaithersburg. and Yost, The regular meeting of the Lions ' Club on Thursday \%as an aiter-' .-math of Wednesday's Soap Box Derby. The local champion, his runner-up and two outer participants were guests and the new '"champ's racer was on display in the rear of the Francis Scott Key Hotel's main dining room to be inspected by all and sundry. Introduces were Jimmy 3urd- ette. 12, of Gaithersburg. who emerged with top honors: second place winner. Tommy Hershey. also of Gaithersbarg; Jimmy 5!oss- burg, this city, the Lions Club sponsored entry, and Leon Crummitt, also oi Frederick, the ' hard- ^ luck winner." who nevertheless came from the race with E. choice prize and adulation for courage and spcrtsmsnsh.p. All of the youngsters were given due tribute, but the quartet was not vociferous when called upon. The first and second place winners cid respond to a series of questions on* to them fav program chatr- mak Charles V.'ilain. All v.-ere unanimous in their craise of the Xews-Post-Chevrolet- J u n ; o r Chamber of Commerce voting Hershey wi^o had previous experience with derby racing in "Washington tern-.ed the local affair extremely well-conducted and "snjoycble." Oiher Events Announcement was made that the Lions would sponsor a "donkey" softbali game at McCurdy Fie!d on August 10. L. Donald Dsvis was installed dent Truman tod*y received a pub- he promise of at least voting sup- of Union Bridge; former member I port from one of the Southern Rev Francis 1 Reinberger. of rebels. Senator A. Willis Robert- West Short. HaTisburg. Pa : James son ( D-Va. Henderson. Baltimore, and Attor- nev Tom Glass, of Frederick. Business Session Is Held B Civitan Club "I have een a Democrat all my . life and intend to vote the Demo- I cratic ticket this fall" the junior | Yirsmia Senator a n n o u n c e d ' through his oSBce here. At the same time Robertson ' made it plain that he thoroughly spot, disagrees with Mr. Truman on the is'use of civil and states" rights and also opposes the 1948 Democratic platform pledge to repeal the Taft-HartJey 1-abor Act Robertson's aanouscenceat that he will vote the Democratic ticket | this Fall attracted wide attention | among other Democrats. It came · shortly after Senator McGratb of , Rhode Island. Democratic national · chairman, had predicted that most . of the Southern Democrats would line uo for the party ticket before ' a aelegate to the X ovember. Senator Byrd, generally recog- nized 3.3 leader of Democratic forces in Vngirua. was away from his office here. Frscndr. however, said he was not consulted by Robertson and had no announcement at this time. Robertson was a member of the Virginia delegation to the recent Democratic convention «n Philadelphia. He joined w.th other Southerners in voting for Senator Russell of Georgia'instesd of Mr Truman as the President-si ~omi"ee The Virginian, however, later supported b«-"7t.- tucky for the Vice Prei-.dential Civitans conducted a business- dinner session for their regular Thursday n:ght meeting at the Francis Scott Key Hotel. President. W. Jerome Offutt who presided appointed district ccrnmitteemen and Ronnie TV. entey. who drove the Civitan-sponsored racer in the Soap Box Derby, Wednesday afternoon. was authorized to enter his construction ;n a Baltimore event. next week Warren Evan* reported on his observations as Civitan International convention at Toronto. Canada and James Trout . gave a report on the club's recently he5d antique sfcow , Committee appointees were: M. } SOCIETY TO MEET Taneytown. July C2--An interesting membership Treet:ns is being planned by the Taneytown- Middleburg district of the Histori- cal Society of Carroll County The meeting hai brcn announced for Wednesday evening, July 118. at 8 o'clock and will take place In the Municipal Building m Tnney- toun The principal speaker will be Col John Holt, of Frederick, who will speak on the life of Roger Brooke Taney, There will also be pertinent information concerning the early das of Taneytown: and in. sic and lefreshments are being arranged for. Miss Amelia Annan, chairman of the district and vice-president of the society, is being assisted by Wallace Reindollar. Mrs. J o h n Smith. Miss Anna Gait and Miss Beciah Englar m arrangements. | rnOMlNENT IX X. C. A. , I Tan;ytovvn. July 22--N. Eugene I Shoemaker, son of Mr and Mrs. , Norville Shoemakei, Taneytown, , and president of the Pennsylvania j State Education Association, play| cd a prominent part in the Xa' lior.al Education Association ccn- j vcntic" recently. He was official 1 host to 3.000 delegates at a recep- ' tion held in honor of Miss Mabel, ' Studebaker of Erre. who was nam- i ed president of the N E A . in the ) ballroom of the Hotel S:atler. 'Cleveland. O. Dr Earle T. Hav.- Xcw«, Frederick. Mil.. Frltlav. July 23, 194f kms, president of State Teachers | vice presidents. Eleanor Xcphart, College. Tow son, and chairman of j delegate from the Maryland State the citi:eiv-htp committee of the Teachers Association, U N. E A , uas selected as one of the ' Tanevtown. 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