The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 21, 1951 · Page 13
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November 21, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 13

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The New*, Frederick, Md., Wednesday, November 21,1951 SeesGampaign 0f Lies, Smears .WASHINGTON, Nov. 20 .,._. PmSdeai Truman sounded a fight; Ln£ Democratic keynote tonight with charge that the Republicans ·will try to buy the Presidency next "year In .« campaign of "lies and smears." Mr., Truman predicted t h a t Especial interests" will spend more money in "trying to defeat the Deraocratie Party/next year than has «ver before been spent in any election ia the history of the Republic." He singled out Senator Robert A, Taft of : Ohio, an avowed candidate for the Republican Presidential nomination, as the beneficiary rf "jpecial interests" which, he said, "poured money" into Ohio during Taft's 1950 re-election campaign. Taft will testify here Monday-in a Senate Elections sub-com- ;mitte* investigation of that cam- Mr. Truman said in an address e^thfr National Women's Demo^ Club banquet he hopes the Republicans won't "play with dynamite" by making foreign policy an issue fn 1952: Can Meet Issue ,"We can meet this Issue If It comes,** he declared. "If the Republicans do make foreign policy aa issue in the campaign, it will be the best issue the Democratic Party has. We can stand on our record on foreign policy and our achievements in the struggle for peace. "If the Republican party takes the fatal step, and decides to throw our program for world peace into the midst of a political fight, I am sure that the Republican Party will be overwhelmingly repudiated by the people." Mr. Truman, who flew here from Key West, Fla., vacation spot to fill the banquet date he said had been made for him by Mrs. Truman gave no direct indication of his future political intentions. Will Name Successor . "I'm not going to make any announcement about who the candidate will be, although I do have some ideas on that subject." he said, This was interpreted Immediately as a sign that if he doesn't plan to run again, he fully expects to name his successor as a party nominee. With eight months to go before major party conventions, the President called the signal for a vigorous Democratic fight against what he predicted will be an attempt by "the bitter, partisan backward- looking Old Guard" of the Republicans to "try to belittle our progress and our prosperity at home." Contending that the GOP will try "dirty smear" tactics on a national scale, Mr. Truman declared: "I do not expect the Democratic · Party to take that kind of attack lying down. I do not expect my party to run away from a fight." Mr. Truman spoke after spending part of the day at Ms White House desk for the first time since he left here Nov. 8 for his Florida work- play vacation. In his talk to the Democratic women, Mr. Truman said he expects the Republican attack next year to be "well organized -- and well financed." Refers To Maryland Campaign He assailed what he termed "well financed" GOP attacks in all Congressional elections last year, and laid stress not only on the GOP campaign in Ohio, but on campaigns of "lies and smears" in Maryland and Utah. He said of the Maryland campaign, where Senator McCarthy ( R- Wis) helped Senator Butler (R- Md) defeat former Chairman Tyd- Jngs (D-Md) of a committee which investigated McCarthy's charges of subversion in Government. "Do you remember what happened in Maryland? It was all described in sworn testimony before a Sen- ( Advertisement} ECZEMA Itching Infections Athletes Foot For Qmick Relief and Good .Resultt Ga the Famous VICTORY OINTMENT at your drttggitt. The Army Favorite VICTORY OINTMENT is White and (raueiess (no nglr appearance). A nurveiom remedy for itching ·kin troaMes. 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There never was a better man than Elbert Thomas. But did that keep the Republicans from conducting a dirty smear campaign to defeat him. It did not. "Now, because they got away with it ojnce, they think, they can do it again. Now, they are going to try it on a national campaign." He declared the Democrats won't stoop to- this kind of "character assassination" and won't have the same "enormous slush funds." Ship-building in America entered a decline about 1865 when steel began 'to replace wood; Britain could build better and cheaper vessels of iron than American could with its infant steel industry. Firemen And Enginemen Hold Banquet And Dance Winchester L o d g e No, 430, Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire men and Enginemen, held its first annual banquet and dance, Tuesday night at Firemen's Hall, Brunswick. Members from the Baltimore and Cumberland divisions were present. Principal speaker was Jonas A. McBride a national vice-president of the organization and .National Legislative Representative. Honored guests included C. T. Williams, superintendent of tee Cumberland division and H. C. Bodie, terminal trainmaster at Brunswick. With Donald Darr playing dinner-music on the electric organ tne program preceding and following the turkey dinner, consisted of "America" sung by the group, invocation by Rev. Ralph H. Miller, welcome address by H. S. Osborne, Cleveland, Ohio, toastmaster and B. L. F. TS, organizer; solo Mrs. Phyllis Morseberger, singing. Introduction of guests, address by Mr. McBride and presentation of awards. Those awarded with pins denoting years of continuous railroad service were: 50 years, Samuel H. Boyer and Merit M. McCoy; 40 years, Winfield S. Ambrose and REUPHOLSTER Sofa Chair '69 Act NOW for sensational savings before the _._ end of HOFFMANN'S Fall Sale! 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Haller. Officers of Winchester Lodge 430 are: L. W. Young, president; B. Brust, vice-president; L. E. Lapole, recording secretary, financial secretary, local representative and organizer; A. L. Darr and C. Phillips, trustees. Dance music was furished by Ossie Fagan's orchestra. Council Schedules Public Hearings ROCKVILLE, Nov. 20 (/P)--Public hearings on two pending matters were scheduled lor December 1 today by the Montgomery County Council. Both are to be conducted'in the county courthouse. One involves a proposed county-wide electrical code, and the other some changes in the present taxicab ordinance The present ordinance prohibits the licensing as cab drivers of persons who have ever been convicted of crimes involving moral turpitude. The change would give council some discretion in such cases. Sponsors of the change explained that some persons have been refused licenses because of offenses committed many years ago such as violation of the prohibition laws. Because of protests, the council today deferred action on establishment of a liquor dispensary in Gaithersburg, but authorized another in the Viers Mill Village shopping center. It is to be opened about the middle of January. More than 100 letters protesting a dispensary at Gaithersburg had been received by the council, and HEARING AID PHILOSOPHY A hearing aid is just as satisfactory to the user as the service constantly available. Your hearing aid needs good fresh batteries, sometimes a broken or defective cord replaced or set repaired. Patronizing a Frederick firm assures dally service and -free loaner if needed FREDERICK HEARING AID ' CENTER Phone 842 4 W. 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