Denton Journal from Denton, Maryland on October 8, 1938 · Page 2
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Denton Journal from Denton, Maryland · Page 2

Denton, Maryland
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Saturday, October 8, 1938
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The Maryland Merry-Go-Round By DREW PEARSON A confidential letter has just been sent out by the famous "Maryland Committee" which sheds revealing light on how it operated during the recent primary. It will be remembered that the "Maryland Committee" was first organized in 1936 to raise funds for Alf London in the presidential race against Roosevelt. Later, during the early stages of last summer's campaign, the Committee circulated a letter urging support for "Milord" Tydings. The letter was aired publicly by the press and by Davey Lewis over the radio, with the result that the Maryland Committee, composed largely of Republicans, was heard from no more. Now, however, the following confidential letter has turned up showing that the Committee was ac- tive all the time and howl "Confidentially Yours" September 21, 1938 "Subsequent events have justified the decision of the Maryland Committee not to involve itself PUBLICLY in the Primary campaign. Senator Tydings won an overwhelming victory, and a number of«.the members of the Maryland Committee were active in his behalf and very helpful. His election seems assured. "Present indications point to the possibility of sending to Congress from Maryland two, and possibly three Anti-New Dealers. Mr. Charles Stewart of Frosfburg is the Republican candidate for Congress against Byron, who ran in the Primaries as a New Dealer, wearing the "colors of David Lewis. Don Ellison will be the opposition candidate to Kennedy in the Fourth Congressional District in Baltimore, and Charles H. Gibson from Dorchester County will oppose Alan Goldsborough. Goldsborough's ] activities in behalf of David Lewis, and as an instrumentality of the "Purge" have, in the opinion of some, built up for himself a substantial opposition in the First District. "Dan Ellison's record as the only Republican member of the City Council has been good. He made an excellent run against Kennedy in 193G in the Roosevelt landslide, when Kennedy was unopposed in the Primary. If two or three of these Anti-New Dealers could be sent to Congress it would ' strengthen the backbones of j the other Congressmen from Maryland, and help make the Legislative branch of our government more effective. "We are checking the records of these candidates carefully, to make certain that if the Maryland Committee sees fit to do so it will be justified in helping these gentlemen finance an effective campaign against those who have already subscribed to the New Deal doctrine. "This letter is, of course, confidential. The Maryland Committee seek no publicity. The part it takes in the campaign preceding the General Elcc- tion may be an important onu, lint it if w e I'UU- be vastly more effective wnrk quiclly and WITHOUT LICITY. "I chilli welcome your pcrsmuil suggestions and reactions. "Cordially yours, (Signed) Robert O. Bouni'll, Chairman." Anti-Roosevelt The amusing thing about this kt- Wls(1 tcr is t h a t Dan Ellison, -Republican |out Hi-publican, foimed purely for the 'purpose of embarrassing Franklin D. I Hoosevell. i Note--Wonder Iiinv John T. .lone , a v t - i j slueud and capable Keiilh 111,01. will take I lie Maryland Committee':- emloisumont of Churles S l i - w a i t ? WasliiiiKtnn Kclativcs WPA authorities a i e very o-inhai- rassod. They don't know whethei t l i o y .should publicize the m a t t e r in- n o t , lint some of t h e n workeis on h i i t o i - ical lec'Oi'd., have distovei ed the wiilcrs project Ki iiliUi'iiu overlooking tlie Polo- )lliie. I N o l i - - ' I he WI'A ha · compiled DUD e ii J K ' V a n d histories of states, cities :DI! d i - d i e t s . In preparation nre a iH'mb-T of icgioiii)! guides--the first barber shops arc uncanny places in which to popular sentiment -give Nice a little better tlian an even Hum 100 guide | break with O'Conor. Merry-Co-ltnuud FEED DAIRY COWS ACCORDING [Mio .should get one-half pound or 112, and Ayrshires a little Iocs? than TO WEIGHT AND PRODUCTION 'slightly more of grain. A Jersey giv- L h a l f pound for cvcry pound oyor ,,_ ing 20 pounds jf milk thus would ,,., , , _ ., . The weight of the dairv cow ,,,,,! leceive 5 to C pounds of grain. A Hoi- | ^ foC(k ' r ' MyS Dr " Mcadc ' mUSt the volume of milk she h giving de- hlein t h n t i/ B ivin»r onl, 10 pounds j aN " bc BU " lcd bv tlu -' condition of the Most piized possession of Eu B cne lei iniiu- largely the amount of feud of milk or less iieuds no B'"'!", hut i tl(nv - s - ^ cows are getting thin, give Casey, Gnitlio'isburg fiirincr who , neci -hiiry dnrijifj the winter m o n t h s , f o r i-veiy IJOUJK! over 10 the should them more B rain. If they are getting ifl I i - pulili--h.'d \\ill lie on New En ( ;- tlll . uw sl]cl) - f,,.,,. j n t ( ) U)c Baltimore j when pasture is no lunger available, Ki't foui-tenth.s of ;i pound of giain, of i:i-i:il Kioup settle-, S]m (lu,.;,,^ ( ] 1L , p, i n l n v y cam|uiigu,. recent resuurch shows. ' the experiment ,showeI. Dr. DeVoc- ileade, of the U n i v t r - ' Keedinj? tests were not conducted "Swedes and Finns i graven of Martha Washinglon's f n m - d u n . candidate against Congrca-man Ambrose Kennedy is considered a much better New Dealer than Kennedy, and lias the tacit support of many close to the Administration. It will be interesting to see whether the Maryland Committee changes it,- mind after as it so promises, "checking the records of these candidates fully." The Committee's support of Charles Stewart of Frostburg also i- highly amusing. Stewart has strong CIO leanings, is emphatically endorsed by John T. Jones, head of the United Mine Workers in Cumberland, and L- the man who has put up the money to aid jailed CIO workers in various strikes. In other words, it begins to look-as everyone long ago suspected--that the Maryland Committee is out-and- ily in I ho middle- of a Maryland i - o i n field. The graves are m a i K e d w i t h weatliei beaten headstones o l l u i are u n m a r k e d mid uni-aied l o t . The tli-concoilinj* find \\a-% mu'ov- i.nul - tiiiu mi n ' - - Ucli ;r, t i l in New .Jer ey". " I t a l i a n s in New V'i L", ami "AiiiU'iiiiui.i in Alassadm- - i t l " " . a n d i l l u s t r a t e d Ixiok.s fo ehil- 'U'lm's Who In tlio Zoo" and if NIC' Vt'uild." .lacIt-on-O'Cnnnr p i i m n v y campaign, I)ujr;:ies used by A d m i r a l ) DcWcy. Out of them was driven by the Sjninish War hero in his triumphal mareli up Poinisj Ivnnia Avenue sily of Maiyliuul Dairy Department, witli (JueriiM'Vi- arid Ayishires, al- cites uxpurinicnth conducted by tliu thoujrh Dr. Meadf says that it i.s U. S. Department of Agricultuie at piobnblu that Gueiiisexs should have fat, i educe be kept in neither fat ncir thin. the grain. They should a medium state of flu-h. Cent-r, Bell.sville, Mil., which show giain for eveiy pnuii't of milk ovi-i ereil when the i c s e n u h c i s over yellowel rcLonls 1:1 the iiot-L- ville court house came ai-io s tlie ileer] of a 500-acre farm near Seuach, Maryland, pureliast'd by (icoigi 1 \Va ii:ir- ton in 17SM for ?:!,G.'!:!. Visiting the place, they noticed a b u i i a l plot in lifter his capture of Manila. Casey, the National A g r i t u l t u i a l K e s e a i c h ' s l i g h t l y more than half a pouni keeps the l)if;i;ie in a shed on his ·'New Deal Farm No. 1", would not t h a t economical production is inain- / K i i r j take too M - i i o u s l v the report , ); ,,t with tlieni f f j r a n y t h i n g . . . lained when each cow receives about t h a t H'n\ard Jaek.-on had .U-fI for Al- Charles W. CJibson, Dorchestor Coun- JJ pounds of hilago for each 100 h i n i i i - C i l y when Hoibort O'Conoi I ty Republican who is imining against pounds of weight. A 1,000 pound cow m n i n t n - AI:m (tnliNliorongli, has about as uliould have ;(() pounds of i-ilage. l )or " \ nnicli choice of \-iiiiiing as a aiiow- | Twice eaeli lny the co\v also should ball in the Virgin Islands f i o m ' l i a v e all the good Iiay .slie will eat. whence Mr. (Jib on c a m e . . . Kent | The amount of giaiii depemls on MuIIiken's move to make the uomimi- Cil ! t o t h a n k him foi hi v ioi"-s:iKe and secure, if tin- Mnyor'.s Novemlier cno]ier:i- linii. Kenl M-U'l.ll ni- iii fart was t h a t O'Cnnor made a i t o m p t h tu see Jacksiin, but i-ioi. fiv some iva on, was out. tho middle of a n'ld urn care- tigatinjr were startled to lead on the headstones the names of . M a i t h a Cns- iou of M i l l a i d Tyditigs- unanimous taken without the knowledge or invc"-- I'in.'.lly, O'Conor went to tin- Jackson japproval of Davey L-:wis, v,as t i d l ( h a t Howard had just k i t for A t l a n t i c Citj, mid gave out ti.s Pelei, gi-anddaughter of M a i i l i a a :,i;iteiicjit to the pre.s-s to that ef- Wnsliington by hei' first m a i i i a g e , Thomas Peter, husband of M a i t l i a Peter, tboir daughter, Gduiubi i Washington Peter and ti.eii .sou, Jolin in fec-t. Actually, Jj'ckson did not leave ;'·.! A t l a n t i c C i t y u n t i l shortly after- Paike Cnstis Peter. WPA writers are scratching t l i e i r heads over ho\v to describe the location of the buiial plot in the guide Look which they are preparing. T]IL-\ don't want to call the place a eoi n- field, will probably refer to it as a the accmacy of state- u e n t s ' i i i i i Jaek.son and O'Conor will \ \ o i k li.sniioiiiously for the latter's l e c t i o n , it is \vell to reincinlier not only tlio In' of the late cam- p-iiKn, but also the f a r t that Jackson i;, ;; vosy c-lo-e frieiul of Harry Nieo. N o t u -- iiaiber Klioji betting -- and Get yourself some handy scratch puds for 1 cent each at The Journal the bleed or lost nf the- milk, t h e 1 volume of milk produced, and the ·junlily of the inughage, Dv. Mendu said. A Jersey cow producing less 'Inm 10 pounds of milk and receiving ull the good roughage she can eat .should need no grain, but for -·very pound of milk over 10 pounds DR. F. J. WRIGHT OPTOMETRIST Dcnton, Maryland Eyes Examined. Glasses Furnished HOURS: 9:00 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. Phone fll U Q O I D - r A B t f T S SALVt-NOSE DROPS relieves COLDS Fever and Headaches due to Colds Try "Rub-My-Tism"-a Wonderful Liniment DR. E. F. WITHERS OSTKOl'ATIllC PHYSICIAN 1'hone U2 201 Kranklin St., Denton, Md. ERNEST G. COOPER General Insurance The Oldest Established Agency On The Shore. Annapolis - Matapeake Romancoke - Claiborne Ferries FALL WINTER SCHEDULE-1938 Effective September 20, 1938 DAILY AND SUNDAY (Eastern Standard Time) BETWEEN ANNAPOLIS AND MATAPEAKE Leave Annapolis 7:25 a. m ·8:00 a. m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:00 noon · . 1:00 p.m. c2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. *5:00 p. m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p. m. 8:00 p. m. Leave Matapeake 7:25 a.m. 8:00 a:m. 9:00 a. m. 10:00 a.m. *11:00 a.m. 12:00 noon 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. c3:00 p.m. 4:00 p. m 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. ·8:00 p.m. *Denotes bus connections via Mata- penke, Romancoke and Claiborne. (c) Denotes bus connections via Matapeake only. BETWEEN nOMANCOKE AND CLAIBORNE Leave Romancoke Leave Claiborne **0:00 a-m. 8:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. **10:00 a. m. 2:00 p.jn. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. **6:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. **7:00 p.m. NOTE: '"Denotes pedestrians will be transported by motor coach between Matapeake and Romancoke and Romancoke and Matapeake on these trips only. THE -CLAIBORNE-ANNAPOLIS FERRY COMPANY, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND BE BEAUTIFUL IN FALL HAIRDOS The season is a new, gay, colorful one. It brings thrilling sports, dancing hours and joyful ."dates" to a fever pitch is a season that requires full attention to beauty requirements. Bc sure of your beauty with Miss Marshall's sendees. 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It was his faith in you, his friends and neighbors, that prompted him to engage in business; to. be ready to serve you to the best of his ability, whenever called upon. He plays an important part in civic affairs; always lending a helping hand where he may. His is not an easy life, yet he carries on with a smile, seldom complaining; always accepting the world as he finds it. Yes, to him belongs your patronage beyond a doubt. But, there are times when he must acknowledge his inability to supply your particular needs. Then, and only then, do we solicit your business. 92 v; SERVICE AND VALUE Givmo Our Greatest Selling Event of the Year With Hundreds of Saving Opportunities Few business houses in America can celebrate a 92nd Anniversary. And NO business can have endured so long unless it has been and still is based on the confidence of its customers . . . the loyalty of its co-workers . . . and the hear ty cooperation of American industry. 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