The News from Frederick, Maryland on May 19, 1932 · Page 7
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May 19, 1932

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

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THE DAILY NEWS. FREDERICK. MT. THURSDAY MAY 19. 1932. SEVEN Renovation Of Eiffel Tower Spurs Move To Tear It Down Medford - M i ci oil . I'a'bJtt caL- Quit* a few friend* and rdathes wcrv he Utter's parents. Mr aiiU prwent The evening md refreshments Mrs, J H Fritr and family recently I were enjoyed bv all hc ec to report to i-astie neaaqusnere '°TP of any player violating tius I A f.r.e of $5 will be imposed. If _ ViffiamBraudber ._ · When Will Harr.cge. vrno neier piay- · ed a gaine of prc'es^ir-i-ai "oaseball m ins · life. *3s elected president of the Amen- · can League after the ceath of Ernest | S. Barnard, he gaie a statement to tbe ' press that vest soaietr.iTg -lie this "I* Js noc necessary tor me to say that I w 11 do e-i erythl^g possible to . keep up the tra£i*.c£s o£ the former \ no presidents. I do no: propose nor s took for any rad.cs: changes. alUlD'^SQ · I shall aZ«3\s b? o:xn t j suggestions , Irora ony on- '' -T k =* I Suggestion So. 1 i That brings '_s r:gnt down to Rule 6 ! oJ the An:er:»n League regulations Jor j 193.!. The r^e a j "Players are net permitted to ap- | nroacii the stands and converse with spectators Urfare or during the progress of the ball game Umpires Till be instructed to report ta i-asue headquarters the n rule the o±ense is repeated, the Iric will be doubled ' Wires Mr Hamdge \oieeJ his desire to KiaSre :.o raa.o,*! change in the game, he may ha~. e meant he -Aasn't goiug to make "l.e 'w^ajtn run to third upon | gettir.g s bi£-?hit in^tr-d of to first. Sut ] Rule 6 already has made a radical ' change in tlte ' ery nature of the game, j and the .1" luce of the plajers and the j people 'A no suppjr* t-tt-m j 4' - x I The Personal Bond- i There has been :n baseball a bond j of sjmpa'.hv between fans and players j as i«i no otner gam?. The fans criticize i and the fans worship. The players I Here's a worm's-eye view of the great. Eiffel tower. In Pans, -which is themselses l;r.\e marry friends in the j y, e ce= . er o f a controversy ner " nether it :s an eyesore or an attraction stands to whom an occasional "Heilo. ! Charlev, ' o" some s:-nrlar greets « B1 " MIXOTT SAUXDEBS. I deals of the fashionable Champ de ·1e jov of l"e XEA Service Writer. I Mars district. Suspicion arose that me Every time such z =ia-er as Babe Paris. May 19.-- Keeping la Sue [ electrical waves floaL=g about as toe Rmb appears o= the Se!i countless Jaas i vr-th the brightness of the season's · result of radio activity causes crowd around ban for autographs or to i fashions' the 965-foot Eiffel tower is , aches to those aithjn an hear a spoken word " I getting a nevr dress to match the yel- j zone, so many of the old-timers b-aine Vet Rule 6 would make of the players ! tow bonnet adopted last year. j the tower e\ery tune they g« a heac- wordiess and co'o-!-ss ro!"ts -n whom ' The Softy nbs of the taliest structure ' ache. the fans v.ouki f.-d r- p^^ocai -"er- outside of the United States are be-as ' The tower has further beconw use- e- aatnted to resist the ravages of the · ful as an advertising medium. From ^ *. * I weather. Forty-five tons of paint are ' nightfall to midnight lights flash fan- Texas Is Different 1 required, and getting It on s no simple tasucally along its entire length, punct- In contrast to the American League j task. ! uated by signs of an automobUe firm. ruling. J. Gardner, president of i The gaudy orange-yellow color has j Hence the poor oic tower contuiues the Texas League, has ordered bulletins ! not been chosen to attract further at- : to make enemies. The most. ..amous posted in the clubhouses, urging that ' tension to the tower, but because of Us i was a peppery old fellow who Medtaxi. May 19--Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs. Alesi*, Harris were Mr aad Mrs Thomai | **' m « FranW. and daughter. Dorothy. ,«*'· ^^ »iin ms^i.uuy.i.v..'.* --Mr aad Mrs. Milton Splvtit. C!l- ; ,. bm Seas, ail of Baltimore: Mrs ! LllCK6IIS. V ci. Giwer SUub. daughters. Mane and, AJUVrv^c^ , » «. i Mary, near Sew Windsor. Lucked, Vi V.av !S-M- . ,. . i --Visitors at the hocne of Edward Mrs Jaire* Tr.-^ :. wul f«e a 3-.^M , ! Richardson were Mr aad Mrs. M-lier ceilaneous si---.-or M.' IV Sn hou'r o. t ._. re . Many of the far:iK-r* arehavaia their cvrn to e t r n t o . , Fne were and Dorothy. Sykcsillle. Mr. and Mrs Vernon Baler. Buckeysiown. Misses! Catherine Norwood. Frederick: Nora and Two Hart In Auto Accident. Max Oratmaa and D. H. Coat*, both of Washington, were slightly hurt due to t'u- cut »OT» W»r ewianore; «»«: ru ^*,. ' ahea ac automobile to whach they »ete M~ EuVef Vmoaugh Svk«*\illr. Messrs. Arthur Murphy ' riding left the road white descending a juci small sos."wu»rr«J and Mr Eha i Frederick. Wilbur Mitchell, Baltimore. ; hill a short distance west of Middle- cuoTts of Mis. Ora CnibauRh.' Harry Philips. SyfcesvU ' tr*n, Wednesday evening, about 6 . o'clock The accident happened at a. he- War Mother* Meet. . xharp cane in the road and was peob- --Mr- Maud fm ' _ f *ho «erc . _,.,, M.l.-ccr.t Brunsraitt KichardsocL daughvers. Anita. Lois, and \ Mr. ar.d M- Nancy Jane. son. Mac. all of Balu- recently K^r-^-i nsore" Mr. and Mrs CSaries Richard-J --Ml« A-:_n\ acn and family. WeKaansser .spent tile »- k--r.d w. t» .ier :ivtner . --Mrs. Theodore Cook daughter I Mrs Donald C «? vugaaa and Miss Beard calird on Mrs --Mr ar.,i M:- i^ter B.i-.:n«a* 'Cook-s son. Hubert Cook ar.d fainily. arid da^.frr lev..i M^e s;v:it fcun- j on Sunday ' ^^J' a -' c: I --Mrs Willaun SeiKK hss been very · F~orer.ce IUr::.i^? lia th* past few days, having been aa-, --Th- la~-«- aul had » ; conscious pan of tie time, but is some- · meeiir^ s: Mr- W^lna-. ' what improved ! ··*--* °" N: " "'· --Mas ELzabeth Fritz spent Wed- --Mr ar.c ^.- r-esday u;ch: with her co=^a Nett-e a bjthdav r*'". near Westminster · honor Df Birthday Dtnnrr tr? hoiv Cr.s^ V La-.'.o Mrs MJ.:'.V . WJLT Motaers held .ti regular rr.or.tnl:. . "i .v'.uis: May 1C a'. - o c'.oci ^n the ,, at '.he liotc* of Mrs J-h:: ' H Aloa sen T.-. prcs.i-r.'. Mr* C.^s- ' Sixers »ere giver. The aveticg clcu«: , A.t.i prajer by M» Cal'.in L. K-r:?- I"..* r.w. niee'.uix »t 1 be ix- d at '.iiTM Gratman. ;e ^-^^ j os: conorol of the car. He Aenl .,, Maid'.etown and after treat:! - A .^; 3 - Dr J Kcrer Harp, continued ^ a t a coats to Washington. The car Tight AU Day Long CX:r.pher ~d\\ night -·- Mr ben Mr srsd M» .·: d i :i'. !-·!' Mt--\:r ?--.i ! ^!r ^ n ; Mrs rr B .- s-.crc. Mr -:: K .;- :- ' r i c- 'i.rv :· IV a:.'i en:-. .»:.'. C!- B: «. 1'.- .- · K ^b *: ' A census of K,xLs of all peoples, from \;-. Jiti trilx-- t.-i t.w Arc-.c Eskunox ^5 ^.r.K iiMde !'\ '.!·' Cj'.ho. o Anthropv- vXH-.H 1 . Cor.Ii-rvnce thro^'i the aid v! ti poirtw k»ep !*o fuss- Praised by ·-·· »: \\ ::^t heaa- wou-d the players frateraae with the fans. -Every player in the Texas League is urged to sell hiaiself to the fans." says resisting properties and those whose j have lunch daily in the restaurant on sensibilities are disturbed by its gar- i the first landing. He was such a faith- ishness need not be alarmed' because it i ful customer that the proprietor once the bulletin. "The more friends you will gradually fade. asked him if he appreciated more ihe make personall}. the more interested! . * * * j quality of the food or the splendid followers vour club will ha-.e. the more The renovations have revived the, view from the tower attractive the past^ne -he mo-e stable ' ° id dispute about the questionable; "Neither." he reto-.ed. "I come oe- your own profession" : charm of the tower itself. One school cause this is the only place in Pans Y. i j. | has always maintained that it is vulgar; xrhere you can't see the carried thins" Babe In The Stands. \ and an eyesore .n the sky line of Paris, j * * * When Babe Herman was ·» ith Brook- and ^^ -' '"o^d oe be:ter to tear A i Owuig to economic conditions and lyn. a certain fan in S'. Louis con- down than to waste on it. , the tightening by the French of re- tinuaUy razzed him with the term. '· T -e other school holds that, K has' strictioas on foreign worsers. more and -You "big bum. you ain't gain" GO- i become a symbol of the capital and'j acre Americans are firid'rg themselves iere." It 2cal!v got unde'- Babe's sVin. j ^hat if it -were to disappear a gap i stranded here with little hopes of re- the He spotted the spectator ami went up j ^ould be left m the skj-. How long i;' lief. into the stands, red with rage. i '^ De aoie w s'sriti is still debated.: In a new appeal for funds. "What's the dea? ' ~ h e Babe asked . It was coastrutte; as part of the Ex-i American Aid Society, a non-sectarpreparing: to swing his best Sunday Position of 1389. and after 43 years j ian organization for the repatriation punch at his t^naento 1 - ' engineers wHo receatJy eiaaaaed .t say I of destitute Americans, states that aj- "Well, if you" want 'to know." the » ^ as strong as e\er. j ready nearly 100 Americans have been Originally built for no purpose ex- repatriated since the first of the year fan replied. "I pay my gooc dough to come to tiLs ball park and razz you. That's whv I come to ball games " cept to attract attention, the tower has become more and more useful in late the i-ght unfolded his years ss the pivofc of the central wire- been given financial help. l~-7j,r two got together · ies s station of France A net-work of Another difficulty for the society i .Tae Babe saw ; fist, grinned, and that night o T .er a mug of let's say near- beer. Mr. Harridge probably -srould have fined him six EiontiLs' Day and, sens him to the guardhouse for a cor- I goveisr over the tower among responding pence. \ and that over 100 urgent cases are awaiting attention. Many others have been given financial help. stretches from its topmost lane- j thai many of the regular donors have I themselves been hit in tne cr^is ana This has given rise y anoier con- j are unable to make tneir former gen- resi- i erous contributions. AU Work, No Play. Mr. Harr.cge is a working roan. On the wall of his office is a sign which naively states, "It's Fun xo Work." Under Ban Johnson for years, Mr. Harridge Fruitful Chic never enjoyed so much as a vacation. He Is not the type of man you would call "a good mixer"' by a long way I wonder if the idea that baseball is a game, and therefore shonM be classed not as work but as play, hasn't been lost; to Mr. Harridge somewhere in the shuffle. Certainly Rule 6. suggests that it is the earnest aim of the American League to make foundry hands out of its athletic employes. How about a little fun in a ball park once in a while? News advertising pays big dividends invest in it. P E A R R E ' S Modern Pharmacy DRUG PRESCRIPTION SERVICE TELEPHONE 208 Banking Service on a personal basis from El-sabetli Schoer. -. er , flcrers for ha; crr.2n-eri-^. For snasi;:. · i~.n A^e t?l*i? jpKxi : ""r. Icr.g --h.-e co.l^r i.---*; fr-.t A "^-.i c-'-cora es li \\ E believe that personal contact is tbe basis of satisfactory banking service, and we consider every customer as a friend whom we are glad to know and anxious to please. BLOOD-TESTED CHICKS :-n-^n --a Wfi.l- C Lcsfcorns. SS-lefl. =rd Ben Ko\. *nfm«. Bn!T il.norts«. Ecd*. Go2dca White LJr'd RTa-dot;c*. SS per Ifln. v H^CK r..2pi«. I .-!·; BraSiaa*. Bnff S^to"^ v !~ pc» hundred. Assorted ^. SS prr lO'l. 1W per cent, delivery n:r-i 1 to s =crk-o!4 rhicKs. rv roT.".;« * V Dacklin»'. !Cc ei- '-11-'-; r-hi-!e Mt. \Ty US Br.r:-; - H \TCHERT P- · s 'Il \:rv Md. a Interest Paid On Savings ^COMMERCIAL BANK ! OF MARYLAND I "iFZff^Ftfft^fifiF^^ Prices Record - breakingly Low! Never In Goodyear experience--never la all tire history--have the prices of Goodyear Tires been ao low as they are today. Don't try to guess them by what yoa last paid for tire*. They're 5»Jt lower than they were f i v e year* ago -- 3 t lower than In 1929. And your money today buys the handsomest, toughest, longest-wearing Goodyear All-Weather ever built. Think of that, and ask yourself: Why buy any second-choice tire when first-choice costs no morel ifference in SAFETY is Miles j[VNYONE who gives a little thought to nonskid safety must quickly conclude that there are only two kinds of tire treads. One has straight, smooth, sled-runner ribs of rubber where the tire contacts the road. The other has tough, stout, sharp-edged, sure- biting traction blocks in the center of the tread. Virtually all tires fit the first description--and the one important exception is the Goodyear All-Weather Tread. It is interesting to note in this connection that more people ride on Goodyear Tires than on any other kind. J.HEY must find by experience that center traction makes Goodyear Tires safer -- b u t you might like to ask ·*how much?" Why be isfied w i t h a, second - choree; ' t i r e - w h e n FJRST- A new tire with smooth rubber in the center of the tread is no safer than a Goodyear after its tread-center has worn smooth in use. , And judging from average driving experience, Goodyear AU-Weather Tread Tkes keep their clean-cut center traction -- their non-ski^ safety--for somewhere around the first 10,000 miles. You can draw your own conclusions, but it looks to us as if this made Goodyears 10,000 miles safer than other tires. There seem to be several million motorists like yourself who have reached the same conclusion, because Goodyear Tkes are first choice by millions. choice costs no The answer, as nearly as we can figure is--about 10,000 miles. If you want extra safety in the next tires you buy, just ask yourself one question: Why buy a second-choice tire when yzrsf-choice costs no more? THE GREATEST NAME IN RUBBER TUUTE IX on Goodyear Program every Wednesday night over N.B.C Red Network, WEAF and Associated Station* Sowell Tire Battery Co. 133 South Market St. Phone 938 Frederick, Md.

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