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Headlines following use of federal troops on Bonus Army

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lWW, mmri In Amy's Drive OnB.E.F. TROOPS ANACOSTIA Cries He Has Been Made Political Football And target Of Hostility' BRANDS SEABURY. SCANDAL SEEKER The Great Game Of Politics By FRANK R. KENT Charges RepublicanParty Motivated Entire City Inquiry By the Associated Press! Albany, N. Y., July 28 Protesting In fiery language that he had been made a "political football" and a "tar get of hostility and misinterpretation," Mayor Walker tonight demanded of Governor Roosevelt complete exoneration exoneration of charges on which his removal . Is sought. This was his reply to the case brought against him by Samuel Sca- Sca- ' bury.counsel for the Republican-controlled Republican-controlled Republican-controlled The Wheat' Queen Howls Washington, July 28, THE FARMER is a baffling bird. To guess him politically is difficult; to satisfy him impassible. He represents our basic industry. As a voter he domi nates many States and has vast 'influ ence upon politicians and Congress, BOTH PARTIES try to please him. All candidates woo him. None dares ignore him. More pledges, promises and plati tudes'are showered upon him than on anyone else. Every Congress enacts legislation for his benefit. I . is . all singularly ineffectual because, appar ently, there is no legislative 'cure for his troubles, a conclusion which many thoughtful men reached years ago, but none in politics or public office or seeking public office has had the nerve to say publicly. Instead they have kept on seeking for non-existing non-existing non-existing panaceas, popping up quack remedies, ladling out promises which the farmer greedily gulps, only to find they give him aggravated agricultural indiges Gas-Siricken Gas-Siricken Gas-Siricken Veterans Fleeing Before Attack By Regulars IV' II Mm e Mj-i Mj-i Mj-i k FOUR CAMPS' DESTROYED j)R PRESIDENT'S ORDERS; 10,000 VETERANS FLEE More Than 1,000 Troops Infantry, Cavalry And Tanks Using Bayonets And Tear-Gas Tear-Gas Tear-Gas Bombs, Effect Evacuation X-SERVICE X-SERVICE X-SERVICE MAN KILLED: POLICEMAN BADLY INJURED Spectators Of Fight Are Ridden Down By Military. Drastic Action Follows Statement Of Authorities Authorities They Cannot Maintain Peace iij- iij- J. r. KssAiiv AVnsliington, July 28 Federal troops, acting upon orders direct from President Hoover, today nnd tonight dispersed nearly 10,000 honns marchers, driving (hem from three encampments and putting the torch to their improvised hillets. Attacking first (he camp nt Pennsylvania nventtc and Fifth

Clipped from The Baltimore Sun, 29 Jul 1932, Fri,  Page 1

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