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The Maryland Merry-Go-Round $SS,0()l). Bj DREW PEAKSON The gonc-ial election of I'JIKS w a s l p a i ^ n fuiuK hail ii-acheil the bum of cnibalmetl and biniod la^t wct-k Lj the votcis. Just a.s politicians \\eie sighing ichef fiom the most hectn four months ol campaigning in the Free State's historj theie was sounded a hurricane warning. The stoim that tin eaten.- n n o l v t s the 1U10 contest foi the Senate t,ent of Georgo Radiliffe. Trial Lullouns have bei-n sent up testing -sentiments for the w e a l t h y one Laihlon - - u l h i e d in I'.iili w h e n he utlackid tin. Social ixc-uiit) At t Tins Att is one of the t a i n t ts of i M a i \ l a n d put o i i - l h m w e i s l i n n Ian |guage is so stioiig tti it the .mill u hlile behniil a complete ai.nnv ini!.« using hkink I c t t c i sheets a n d t n \ c lopes. l l e i o Is a e h o i c e s e n t e l u e , spi ak- T l a t was the extent of the censor- j n g O f the Social Secuulj Ac!: "II i ship, on the spot. It was not u n t i l i the mo-t MC-IOII-, the mo-l l i a i i d n l i lit latu-, howcM'i, Ihat Ca.-ey leauicd o f j t h e most d i u p t r u - , tin m o ! h ]« c i i t i c a l and the most c o n l e n i p t i h l i other e t l o i t s to hilenco linn. Ilo R a i n e d that Kepi isuilahvc GoIdsbiniHigh, in the inteiests ot pai- t\ li.iiiiion\, and appaiently at the belli st of SLM.UOI Tdings, had tele- plioiiid Washington the day beloi e to r-pu.ik a woul of caution. He liiid tiR-d and icactionaij Democratic X ition il to get F.u'ij, w i t h o u t success lie did Comiiiitteeinaii, llovvaid iliuce, an 1 for E. Biooke. Lee, iloiitgomciv County machine leatlei, w h o is l i v - ing to walk on eggs by com ting both Now Dcaleis and con-civativcs. Two nioie bitter peisonal cm mies can't be found than Biuce and Maj. Leo. The late Gov. Ritchie, noted foi his diplomacy and adioitne^s, fiiled completely to heal the bieacli between his two good friend*. The lecent pii- mary seived to open an old wound and rub salt into it. Mr. Biuce was the "fat cat" in Ilet- bert R. O'Conor's gubernatoiial campaign. To repay the national con.mit- teeman for his financial laigess, Mr. O'Conor is reported ready to back him for the Senate. Duiing the piimary Maj. Lee was a chief adviser in the rival camp of Howard Jackson and was instrumental in swinging the Westein Maryland counties to the Balfimoie maor. He hasn't forgotten the piimary licking and his friends say he w i l l t i y lo even the scoie in 1910 by tangling with Bruce. Strange fact is that George Rad- cliffo is being counted out by both factions. No Free Speech In the closing days of the campaign, the Tydings--O'Conor cohoit? made an amazing attempt to stifle a radio address which they feaied would damage their cause on the get Cliai lej 3Iichel-on. legislation ovi i i n i j i i i ' i d iipnn a LI. ili/id people." ' I h i n , liiuinr i_\haii t i d t l i L i i vn- L-abulaiy o f pnntable e p i t h e t s , t l i a i i l h u i s b u i s t l i . i l n i n t o a tn.ul ( l i max ot p i o f a m t y : "It is a CJ-- D-- ciinti'inptililL* i i u n i s h o i t \ " Fin a iinalL, the . I'lioi l i n n Canny Chailey made a few in- the .Senior Sinatoi h.nii M a i . land q u i t ic s, Icauicd thai nobody at t h e White House had iinv objections to the talk, and declined to inteneiie. So Faimei Casey w e n t inisiip- ptei-si'd. Thank Clod tli it m I l o - . M i l l . n n 'l.Ml- ings, ?.Iar.\ land has :i S i n a t o i v o n fused to voti' in f a \ o i ol a \ i i i - u s a me isuie. This attaok is oiil one of a s-nes 'ii itli-i'. 'V Six B O O K S You May Enjoy Il Graham Watson And he lemains so. lie w i l l make , Otheis, iqnalK b i t t t i , another ·.peeehts. Radio listeners have,"The Last of A m u K a " , .md demanilL-d to hec- him in ptison. He j Year Kid'j on a IlLll-Bniind Ti lin." Whu Does It.' LiLeial D t m o c i a t s . in M i i v l n u 1 have done a littlo detectne w o i k ti penctiate the mask of annc.T.v mil;.. And they h.uc found a clue That C!UL leads to tho conclusion thi't the at- w i l l make two appealances in Balti- moie tin- inon'h, and anotnei in De- combci. Liberal Control Loonunt; large on tlic political lioi- izon is th« movement foi a liheial Democracy, sprung on machine, leaders even befoio Tues- daj's election. IIuiiKil callb have been made to Washington a^ to the meaning of the nio\ement and the answei leeuived floin ollicial quaiteis hat. chilled machine politicians to the man on. PILS- ulent Roosevelt himself has blessed it, they discover. The aveiage Maryland politician considers the libetal dtive as a swimmer views an icy pool; he doesn't know whether to dive in or to wait for developments. In this paiticulai case the development is patronage, the lifoblood of political machines. The libeials al- leadj, have piovcd they have something- on the ball by obtaining several tacks sue not the. woik of h i c s p n n i ible fanatics, buf aie at least connived at the- stippnsedh non-p u tis.iii .Matyland Committee. I t w : i s t l i cum mittee which, "Demon .Us", laiscd $200,000 in M.n.vUnd f"i t i e election of Laiuhni in 1!)JO. The detective wotk is ba-od on lh discovery that the m a i l i n g Iis( and stenciled addi esses u td b\ tin. JMaiyland Committee, have been n^ed for the vicious mj.sluv ktleis. The Mm } land Committee l o n o i t t nly ha-been mailing to Jhuylandei ,, undei Congressional f i a n k , a i-eiies of speeches by RepubliLiin M mbei . of Congress -- Sncll of Ne\v Voi K, D I L W - stcr of Maine, T.ibei of Xe.v Yoik, and Martin of Massachas-tts. The mj-teiy l u t t e i s do not use the minoi Fedeial jobs, but the leal test .Congressional fii-nk, but they c i i ' V i L yet to come. August Klecka, U. S. Attornoj Ber- Eastern Shore. · Previously, the same voices ha\e lMills "' a been raised in protest again=t alleged i lls "«« / l y n n are ,, , , . , , censorship by the New Deal. Their |"; hucl hT °! scs of thu Tjdmgs.Rndchffo own censorship was emphatic and und] ' ut; - If recommendations for their , , , ire-appointments are ignoicd b\ the abashed. l_ '. , , J . The scene was a Salisbury ladio : Plcs "' cllt - »"' I'bc.als a,e named m- etudio, and the man who put fear i n j s t c n i 1 ' yo " V" l '^ *TM^ 1Ilovement their hearts was Faimcr Cnaoj of over to the l.beial column Not a peep has been heaul f i o m lel(lt -' li on addles, es f i o m the same stencil plates. It looks like a case u l i n u Ht publicans a i e using ceitain \\illi.iK Dem- ociat- to play the iole- of the. woll in sheep'-s clothincr. Mcrrj-Ro-Roiin'l Heibeit R. O'Coiini has ijjnoi ^ ! m a n j of his p i i m a i ; fi lends and advisers. Too much Rnicc i-. the 1 'ZLiicral pationage; l belief--Mayor How nil W. Jackson Gaithersbuig. The piologue to this I drama had aheady been played the " 7 ~" -. ;- · ,""".".""''. .', , " . " , " i , i . i night before, when Farmer Casey ic- ^ P lc { cr to l c n l a l n au.ct and allow .hasn't _lost his politiia fnah ,-,.-, . ceived two uigent telephone calls t h e » Mtlons to ^ cak for tlu!m - P i c p n u n p a jolt for his enuims- from Wicomico County, asking that j Poison T h r o w e r s , c t , 1 1 r p ,. his radio address be postponed until | Siipportcis of Millaul Tydmgs m after the election "for fear of ropci- , 3 I n l 3 d h " vc themselves m- [to t-ueh a passion of hate against the Deal that they have endangeied CaV replied that his speech had bcon announced, newspapers had ad- thcn ; o w n champion. Mniyland voter, vertised it, and he intended to dclfcci I C C C I V c d «uiine_ the last days of the campaign a beiiea of aiionjmous let^ wWch v «" TM c \ ^ ]cc " ^\" st a11 thm S s Roo-cvoltian th.it thcj tur " cd ^ e stomachs of many rcadcis. The effect l - P l o v l n ^ to be a boom - it. On the evening of the broadcast, Casey was met at the studio by delegations. One *as made up of hi« supporters, headed by A. Poicy White, Chairman of the State Central Committee. The other was headed by W. \V. Gavin, Tydinpr. campaign manager in Wicomico Count%. White told Casey that he was not personally opposed to the broadcast, but that William Gordy was emphatically against it. Gavin, in his turn, made it quite clear that he was there under diic'C- tion of Senator Tydings; Robert Archer, Tyding's law partner; and Clarence Miles, campaign manager for Herbert O'Conor; and he asked to read the speech and delete paits of it. Casey let him read it, and when Gavin objected to the language in one paragraph, Casey, \vho was about to step up to the "mike", consented to changes. Fat Funds What worried the Senior Scnatoi rnorit was icfeience to the fat sums contributed to his campaign. The paragraph which Gavin .struck out was one which recited that Tjdinps" cnm- Geoigc RadcliOfe i= «till to make up with the a d i n m i s l i a t ion, but New Dcaleis susn'-ct he is a "C :u!i f ^rcCarthy" foi ^liloi d" Tj dinp-. Good Food For Sound Thinkers "As tho maish-heu builds on the \ v i i t - ciy sod Behold, I will build me a lies' on tin goodness of God " I* n l i i ' i l I l i e lii^ boo] t o i N o v e n i - lief, in J u i ion, is ' \ V i M i u n f ( t a l i , 1 bv M i l , I K 1 A.M'I I ! l l l H l l is 1 l o l l l l \ \ - u p 'o "'ii.i - n l I . I . K I " -- m i n i a b o u l t n i l .1,1,1 hi i i n i i i i.il t i o i i b h s Ol i i i i M i . I! i 1 1 i ' book , u o emu 111)11 l\ ) ) ' l.lll.H W l l l l V \ o l l l l -1 1 1 I , l \ , i c i i' li p i i I h i g !is to i l u top ' I li" \ . i l l mi \\ mi .in , In .Siit i l i i l\ n i S i n i i h i ,i^ n i d i \ i t n l i t : IHI I 1 . | 1 t i l . I l l 111 isi I I I In 1 l . l ' | I l l i V l l , I I I I ) I I I l l l t l l 1 M , l l l l l l l M i l l t i l l ( i i n i ! I ( s ol t h e t\M Ii i d n i f t . i n n l i e c'l .in K n j ; l ! - h \ d l . i s i V ' ' l i u i o t h e i , 111 f ' l l l ' O k . . l l l l l M l C D l l t s u l l U l l l l l . \ mi 11 iciic ml) 'i "Ann i u.i." Dn am" In M n li u 1 i n I t i 11 \\.' : be ' s |li i .mil ii ul i x i ll( nt M M v 'I li an I h o i ' M u b ik i '"In lii UK i i l n i 'it M i d n i j - h t ' . 'I he -id ion ol t i n ii"v In. 4 . - ' . i n i n i i K t i H I D ] e u n i f ' u i l t h i n t h a t o l " u u e i K . m Du'.un". I t COM i - oiiK- t l i n i v \ t . i i 01 '(), !ii)iii one i r n l ' . i l n l ' ! ood u n t i l i In !·· t i i t \ I hi l o i v ( M i r e l l l s tilts woman. It is nun e I ' l i i c l and nioie modem than t'le i i i i M o u s book but p i ' i l i i p , hicks ,i l i t t l e oJ its p i e d i c ' i ·()) s l u e and c ilo'-. A n v \\.ij it is a bciuK ou u i l l u , . n t to i .id. ' \Voll Allinnp Wolv s" by II,ill' Kal'ii'.'a is his | K ,; |)o ,K nice "L:tl'e M : n W h a t XoV. It is a 1 )iijj book but ioi s not diapr. The mam i t o i v conce i , 1','tia, the u a f and l\xi', l u . i n i j n v ; but n responsible tj..inlili i . Tli ston l a k e s place 11 l'.»2'! !; '!io\\- a G e i i v . i i n s|,nvel into I eck- l i - - m s, ,,11(1 di ipalion. '1'lie jiutiiie- is ti!'!in-r and it mav x p h i m t» m.ii \ pc-i])le j u , t w h y I l i t l e i i. -up u m e in G e i m a n y and may in\c tin in a betti i u n i k i s l a n d i n g of l . i . .hills. "The Wioii'r Wi,ild". by Louis Paul hould be 01 e of the f j v o ' i d ' s of the m null. It contents a musical pindig. who suddenly pets fed uj) with piac- c on the pi ino .mil sSaits out to find out w h a t life is it-ally like. Hi-, method i- to hitch-h ke and bum 11 w a y aoios-, to San Kiancisio unl then net a |ob. It is a ' t o . y of \ \ a \ s i d e ail- v e i i i u i i s .mil is b c a u t i l u l l v wi itten and hould ilo \ e i \ \ \ i l l i n d e e d . '"I he Dm lit 1 " b\ W . l h a n i ^ I p F i c is a n o v i l aboi't M . Spulove. It see-ins to have a little moi action tliatl sonic- ot McFee's othei stoiie^. "Anothc-i doctoi n o v i l tome. 1 . uloii£ in '"I hi; J u u i i i i ' V Up", by Robei t llitthuis. I l i t i l i d i s 1-. mil had a bi^ best seller in sonic je.ns bat he U i i i ally comes \"\ clos" to it. T\\o (if the old f a v o ' l l e \ \ n t e i s a i : i'ne -"Hiirh (,f IIciH". bv Emile I.)ini(r and " S l i p nt in t'tc (Jarden", by i:ihel M. Dill. Time a t e t i n e o in; tc -\ best sellers on the XoMinlici hi t: 'The Sp\mastei", b.s E Phillips Oppen- heini; "The G!:i-s Slippti", by Mit;- nnn E h f i m t , and "The- D. A. Holds, a Caiidle", Ir K a i l e Stanley G a i d n e i . Of these "The- Glass Shppei" stand out. God has made cveiv man lil foi eianp, even tionpci than t h e l h i s uojk.--Ruskin. EVERY FOR FREEDOM HARD-^ Uncle Jim Says I p l i | ] l u \ , i l l . - 1 , m i ] t l l . l t l i l i olil I i 11 h i l l IK i i n n 1 .1 j 1 n iini i it \ " i )' 1 on! M I . i l l In ' l i n n · \ 1 i I i t - l i ; n ( . a n d t l i · i l . i 1 i il l l u m u m r i i i r - l i I I I n r n i l c ( I ' " he pi i i l u t i i l ' H i\'i v J i i i \ i i Im i " l i n l \ "in i ' i ill i IK 11 ' r . I h i i i i i n i i a ' t il i ' A v i t li .1 in n i p I i l l u i. li t i n n i l ' i l ; ]' I :i a 11,1 ! t i | i l u i t «! i n n i - !· t , I Ilu 1 JII I i M i l l ' I H I M M i l i 1! M \ n, in u. I !·' 1 in n u n i t ! \ , c . i l l i t i n I i l , nl M H I M n l I n [ ,11 l i ' ii .nl i \ , 1 i 1 j'i i n ' '.I i U ' i t .li M l . 1 1 11' In i l l ' i l t i l mil l i K i t i i ' I n (! . ml i m i l , '., : I i li - m i n i ' ' I ' l l i l l il li 11 p i p u ( i »! It u i t n I n 1 i l l . / i M i i l l ' i i,I u if (,l l l ' s Jl Ml T n i l . i t i l X l i II ( l i I i ( i m l 1 111 H i t , I I I I I ' . i l i l l l i l || , i t ;i |l | · 1 ) ! M ' I . l l k l .1 . t i l l I I ' il 'l I I I I I '' I ' I n I i i i i [\ i · Ii ni !i I! i ' 111 ft 1 1 1 mil In tin- b i n d i l s \vlin li nl .u u ^ rl proxiniately t h i r t \ - = r v e n killed and tin hic-pi .ilili- o w i n m s « i l I' j.- vMiundi d, i n r l u i l i i i ^ the e.iptuie of iii.in .is u in--! to I ad t»i m i " i '"v i \ c i a l h o ' ^ i s mil v.i .iji'in^. 'I he own- i to .in aiiilm*-)), :inil ihi.ii t .ui --1' I nil' r nf the house, ic^ponsiblc foi the in i oiiiiili il tin h i i i i- In ' m i I Me il- al'aik, Uas lakcll pi l-oiicr. t i i | i i i N \\LH :iu,in of l l i n | 11 ( i i i I .Man;, '-mill.u ioiitui-1 w i t h out| J l . p i t i | · i i i n l i i i i ' ·! \ · n i h .1 laws w i n made h\ tin- maiines in qu. 11; w i n n I ' M ,· 1m N ] l i i \ li i'l ' the \ V i L I n d i L * dunni; the World ' s t i i K i l u p i \ i i i t uil( l i n i i n ' in t . . \ V : n . Fai i i - m i m d f i o m nioie tpec- In f l u - i n uiiii' t i u ; r / l i i n l . I -\ in i - f t.K ul.ir h a n p i Hint,' in 1'iance, the r r L . mi \ . M , i , i i n ' i l . \ \ l i i 1 " t l ' i i i i - 1 sun H-s ol" t l i e v e i i u i i i i n t i i s became i n , i i u . i l t i i i n i i i i i i i i d t " \; iiH'ioly l o u t i n e i n t i i i in uflictul fill'.. " H l K i n u l i \ ii ! I i l.d.i a i e in all 111 (M 1-1 i v ii 111 il i I"!I H \ i a i s i^ 11 A l l i e d h \ i\ \ A i i n i m il j;i. " «iy." \ \ 0 - M li ' 1' I\ . ( :'! I I)' R A D I A N T LIVING Till: Cl'lY OF GOD IJ Itev. C. M. Griffcth MLtliiirlisI I'uslur of DiMl's ]'.!;inil, Md. \V. ' \ ' I I I H ,1 In I ' . l i l ' l · II. . I . I) i H M i i i i i i i i I ( D M I ,i'n! ) i i i i i I,U tin I l l ' i i i I'M I ' l l 1 * AiifiU^' I I"-, v li' n . n a' n t j ' O i l 0 n l I I ) i l I " i II IK 1 [« t i l I , 1 l l I , . I I I . Il ' ' ) · I . i l I I 'I t l 1 ' i l l ! ' . ! \ I 'U ' , l f l ' , , ll l l ' t i l l W o 1 . 1 \ , I I .Mo-t of (In- ui.ii in s h i 1 h - p d 'o si'iv-' ill I'i i i u i . . m i i ! i \ (i iiinl th.it hunting DoiiiiiiiL.ni o u ' l a u \ \ a 1.0111- 'Jlie - M - e in i h a p t i i of Isaisih i- ' p i i . i t r e l v tiull. fii suli , t i n d-i.'s i i i - i t I K - nmst ','lowiiiK | j i o p h t u ,.,. U( _], i,,,] pi,,vid l u . i i u s n i d it il MK i" t n ' 1 1 Di' o' t' old ( i t y o 1 . . . JL-IP a l - n . t! .1 is to be found in II,. WJS " c n l I S ^'"'"^- A n:it:w u - ,1,11 Holy Sinpii u s |!ipl)io.ahd f i t :MIIII a-ul m . i t - d [i:mnr i t - . i i " m In L in the h i / t h e m to i . - t foi i \ . i i i l i in 1,, u .1 i . dl . u u i q u i U , . l i i 11 all in I s i c ' . n i ' . i 1 w h i l e s h e i n o l l i u d - l i e u i o t I M T"\uHii f ' L ' "" l '' ! ' L H " t U t l t " stovc ' to ("''Pin-' i h i n \ n. i' ' ' W h ' n the I S I I M . ' . ' I look POSM, ,ioii T h o t i m l 111 '"'"^ K ' : i l . u!! ·· ,, of Ciin:iM], .Jeiusan m \\.i, nuvi-i c.ip- t ' ( '- tuicd but K i u a i i H i l a . t i o n f r j L b ' i s i t i ' I h u d l v had l n i \ c:i'i I I h n « h . s t i n n g h o l d i i n t i 1 i was tak ti I. to cat I v f o i ^ - a w.miin"; s o' t i a ! c D.ivid. 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Just try this recipe. See if the most expensive s h o r t e n i n g ever gave you so delicious a cake. Spry pastry is flakier and more tender--Spry-fried foods crisper and tastier and so digestible a chil J can eat them. Try Spry today. The new- purer ALL-vegetabl shortening 2 cups rifled (lour (cnLc Hour preferred) M teaspoons baking powder ti cup milk Combine Spry. Fait and vanilla. Add sugar Rradually and cream until light and fluffy. (So quickly done with smooth, creamier Spry!) Add eggs, one at a time, beating thoroughly after each addition. Sift flour and baking powder together 3 times. Add small amounts of flour to creamed rnhture, alternately with milk, beating after each addition until smooth. I'our batUr Into two 8-inch layer pans grcattd with Spry. Bake in moderately hot oven (375° F.) 25 minutes. Spread Chocolate Frosting between, layers and on top and aides of cake. CHOCOLATE FROSTING 2 tablespoons Spry IH cups eiftcd cnn- 1 tablespoon butter fecUuncrs'BURar 3 ouncf s chocolate H teasiioon vinilla Slahkspoonshol H teaspoon utl milk Melt Spry, butter and chocolate toRcther over hot water. Pour hot milk over sugar and stir until sugar is dissolved. Add vanilla and salt. Add chocolate mixture and beat until smooth and thick enough to spread. Makes enough to cover tops and sides of two 8-Inch layers. WlmtasuTtnutailntkuirKipaartlm!) In 3-lb., Mb. cons. Alto In rha big 6-tb. family the. -- (Clip and ttm Ait Sfiiyrtttpt) --- A GRAND new fruit bread... jt~V delicious in f l a v o r . . . packed with the fruity goodness of bananas. And this is news...the bananas actually keep the bread moist and fresh for several days. Danana Tea Dread makes excellent toast for breakfast . . . it's a treat at tea time, in school lunches, at church suppers. Try it for new and "different" sandwiches. Be thc^/Mf in your crowd to serve this new fla\or treat. And remember, Danana Tea Dread is only one of the many new uses for bananas. *Gct)our copy of the banana tea bread recipe and other new banana recipes when you see "Star in My Kitchen." UNITED FRUIT BANANAS distributed by FRUIT DISPATCH COMPANY Bigger. Finer..Aiced Even lowerlan lost Years Dodge! WAKE UP BUSINESS / By Advertid. ; In | / Tl.i NOW ON DISPLAY! ...TAKE A LOOK! P ROUDLY Dodge presents the new Luxury Liner...the greatest car ever to bearthefamous Dodge name! Sparkling in its new beauty of form and line, this new Dodge marks an outstanding achievement in motorcar history! As Dodge's Silver Anniversary Creation, this brilliantly conceived new car is a triumphant climax to a 25-year record of fine car building. It's on display now. Take a look--that's all Dodge asks! TAKE A LOOK! rosier way to shift Be a r s -- w i t h a handy control near the sicrrlnc wheel! You shift in the same "H" pattern -- nathlnc new to l e a r n l Not nn "attachment" but on Integral unit of the car. 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