The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 18, 1931 · Page 3
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December 18, 1931

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 3

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THE DAILY HEWS, FREDERICK, MD.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1931. ENTRALTRUSTCO. DEPOSITORS MEET irther And Larger Gathering At Armory December 30. SCOSS REORGANIZATION ippaoiiaiatiely 150 depositors of the Central Trust Company. aaox t"*j $1,500.000. a; a to the courtroom of the Court- use Thursday eight, io£ed unam- asJy to refer to a larger meeung at State Armory the evening of Denber 3D th* plan prepared by Mar- Gomell aad Williams, prominent potation attorneys of Baltxpore, to th* bans. The meeting was from last Friday evening at T. 3t C. A., ac which the plan of Baltimore attorneys tras read and copy sent to each member present d others in order that they might ·tyir* fa«n'li«i»rM» themselves Tith the and withoat further delay take ps to reorganise the benk. raZiam J. Grove, ima-T^an briefly iJained that the plan, prepared in interest of the depositors, had been Knitted and discussed at the meeting t week and that a committee, com- of W. Clinton McSherry. this y; J. r. Esson. representing the Con- lental Insurance Company. Washmg- ; A. H. Krafi, E^cott Ciry; John Bolter, president of the board of nty commissioners, and John Eld- MyersviHe, had been appointed plan the Courthouse tneetag. Mr. Sherry then stated that the commit- conferred wits a committee the directorate of the Central net Company, composed of Emory L. dent* Senator David Baile of rroH county, and Charles Wers- to ascertain tie at- ude of the directors in reference the reorganization plan. Mr. Mc- eny added that his committee was brmed that the reorgaruzation plan 4 been given careful consideration by e directors of the Central Trust Com- ny and that the directors had adopi- th* following resolution: ·That It be the sense of this group directors) that we approve of tae pvement of said depositors to the uc- ut of giving our co-operation to the as submitted, so far as possible." : Weinberg then offered a resolute tne effect that the plan of II- idatioa and reorganization, prepared Marbury, Gosnell and. WHiarcs, What! No Privacy? 1 BY \VM. E. McKEXNEY i Secretary American Btidce i Ar. jnui-aal'y interesting hand a! j o:.'.r3ct. .\aieh has conabiiied J»ih i s-.r.:! and au ecd play, js g:\en Jtxiay. Statesman Hurt AJ-6-5-4-3 ¥7-2 4K-9-7-2 #A-7 VJ-9-83 · Q-J- 10-5 ·| Q-1 05-2 NORTH M C? o til (A 5 H Dealer SOUTH AQ-10-9 V1O-6- 5-4 46-3 #9-8-43 AA-K-7-2 VA-K-Q · A-8-4 attorneys, Baltimore, be referred to the consideration of a larger group of depositors of the Central Trust Company, and that the chairman and secretary arrange for a meeting to be held at ! sorce convenient time and place as soon i as practicable, so that action may be I taken upon said plan for its presentation to all the depositors of the said Mr. Grove then announced the meeting wCl be held at State December 30. A great deal of interest was manifested at the meeting, most of the speakers declaring that no further time saould be lost to consider reorganization ra order that the depositors may be protected as far as possible. It was announced that a member of the firm .of Marbury. GosneH and WUHams w31 i be present at tiie nest meeting to fuDy ; nlan and answer aH ques- tions. In the explanation of the plan as sent oat by Bersiamm B. Roseristock. I secretary, it tras sa:d that the formation of the new bank was of prune 1m- , portance to the ceposi:ors and that | the p!a.n ^ for the-r welfare and is | fundamentally sound. Among those who spoke in acdit.on to the committee were: K. L.. Bea". i New Midway; Albert S Brown. Dav.d . C. Winebrenner, Srd./Secretarj- of j State; John S. JJacGJi. secretary- treasurer of the Maryland and Virginia Milk Producers' Association. Washir^- toa; R. E. TOTVU. Joseph "L. Donovan, : W. Herbert Mellor and Jerca-.e A. ioughran, the latter three from SUico:: City. j DORSEY PROMOTED ;c-i Native Of County To Become Consul- j -_., The Bidding. Tne hand was pla\ed a: contract and j Scatn. me dealer,"bid one spade. West | ' pass«£ and Xorili bid t»o spades. Un- ! ' tier the ar-'^rs sj stern of contract bid- I ' d.ng '.his is a forc»g bid informing ' partner tiiat the hand contains normal trump support and at ast one and i cr.*-ha:f tr.cks. arid asks the partner i :o reb:d I', js the same as a one-over! once force. South nof jumps to four ! r.o tmap and N«-;h tates :ae contract , to six spades The Play. West's opening lead is the queen of diamonds from his queen, jack, ten ·arhich the duauny wins with the icing. East playing the sis and South, the declarer, the fojr. Declarer leads the jack of spades from dummy--while he has no intention of finessing, be might · coax East to cover. Holding queen, ten. 1 E-ne. East as assured of a spade trick ! any way the band a played. He must j cover the jack, with the queen, and de- He now has It the ten of hearts and '.he nine of clubs. Whichever c*rd he returns, the declarer will trump in on* Hand and discard * diamond from the other. Witt the aid of a strip and end play ·!* declarer has made ills contract of ijt spades rived in one week. The new community is US mUe* vwt of Las Vegas, by way of Indian Spriaci- A gold rush gave it its mushroom growth. Town Grow* Quickly. Las Vegas. Ne\ . De- 17 --Nevada 'is a n»« town--GoSdrange--having a ;opuljt:vn of "5. a third of whom ar- f NOW WE HAVE IT-J WHAT? Frestone J3-7t C*L · Alcohol. 188 proof [ Ofl. S-eaL tots, xtn test Me cat. Rheumatism Neuritis--Lumbago \rthrrol Tablets will tenfah J«or pain* like taMfif. Get * box at The Peoples Service Drag Stores. ! If oil t wuatbfwtcrr. retara ; p*rtion mad ;·« m»o*j wflt be ntwmt- \ U PLATE BATTEKttS H-*« t TIKES TO SUIT TOC* rOCKTtBOOK J SEE IKY AT \ THE VALLEY GARAGE ' 1 HOODSBOKO. MD. ( % for t--·· cor.- Churchill (aix.\e *.**: i.e T»ai Y\rk ho^p.fi!, affr k,:urcd b\ u :.i\i- fff ' TOYS GAMES Washington. Dec. 17.--President HOO-. er today recommended to the Senate the advancement of W. Rhode--ck Dorsey. Maryland, from his present post of foreign service officer to consul general. His post of duty and not named. Mr. Dorsey is a cousin of Miss M e Johnson, and with Mrs Dorsey. recently i-sited her here. He is * na- tne of New Market. Sews advertising pays. triaL 1 About 500 000 letters are carried by Give it a ' s:r mail in the raited States every day. his kui; of spades. West discarding a small heart and East playing j "he nine spot, i When West shows up with a stngle- 1 ton spade, tne declarer recedes the in- I formation that undoubtedly West's hand is a four-four-foar-one distnbu- i noa. The declarer's only chance for ieame now is to strip the hand down I and then throw East in the lead, so he 1 r-lays a small club and wins in dummy ' ir.th the ace He then, returns the 1 K- en of clubs, refusing to take the finesse, going right up with the king. I He returns the jack of cluos. and when 1 West plays the queen, declarer trumps la daramy wita the four of spades -.he fac: that We»' or.sina"-. orvncd a rour-carJ su:: so ·'·· «!,:..« ' diamonds a returned iroai C.: "TI. iV- clarer winning ailh t.;^ e*e He t.uu ads his ace. king and q -.ot-r. o! hf-ir-j- discarding t»o hearts and a c-anond 'roni dummv. Ess: foljOMn? «.'h three saui» .IkMrts Declarer then p-i-.s the deuce of spades .Teen his hand mx! :!'.e f,\e from dummy East Is forceJ :· win trie trick with the ten o! spades " M* *» Take ... Greenawalt's Dandelion Liver Disks for Tour Liver's Sake 2JC lar S c $1.00 COMP. SYRUP OF MULLEIN For Concha and Colds 25c -a 50c « COME IN AND SEE OUR DISPLAY "a? - Dennison's Tags, Seals, Cards and ar : Wrapping Papers ^- Conklin Fountain Pens and Pencils ,$£ Eastman's Kodaks and Films | Dolls and Doll Carts ii MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN ! 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