The News from Frederick, Maryland on May 26, 1932 · Page 3
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Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, May 26, 1932
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TH* DAILY NEWS, FREDERICK, MD., THURSDAY. MAY 26, 1932. THRBS I Borah Beset With Inquiries As To President's Attitude. REYAMPCONYE.HTION LINEUP May 23-- ?ro2_btt:?n organization worrjei are c?n;iji^x sur up ytKioies, «-n_;h =^y settle upon the SepuoLcan nat.-ral con JiOB. Peri^tent state:ne:r.s ol '-T it berag car^esved oy 'he Pre^.aen tae shapirjg o! tie ?roo.o:"-on p for ihe par.y has brought a -*a-. Aquinas "and protest* to tse Capit Ii became knoTn today tnat p fiU-on leaders na-.e been presses Borah, their ehamp-on, Jor inJorr= sai« his reported c^scussiori -atth Hoover. Severa. a^-e con:m; to CapilaZ for conlerens». The orgasised dry K^i:e^ 3S - aiso w^ aiob.lire ^- Wash-r ron ·Reek K) consider campaign i-raf follow oetween no'* asc: Te ro.t:- Sen ilr all r.r\t r to .-n:.l FIGHT TO FINISH German Socialists And Communists In Bitter Hand-To-tUnd St ' up ana nude a mass attack upon the by Pedro AUmUrano. one o! the lieu- I 3 tenants of Gen 'V-K--'-'.v SJ:.d.r.o 17 REBELS KILLED Berlin. May 15 --Smoldering pcCltl- !"· ra" passions in the new Prussian D.e: creke out in iiantl-to-nand Ssh'.iry: been national soe-al-^is arc! psr__a3?r.t3" ri^:or o* Gvr- ,.. 5. Manor Airplanes Shoot Oo«n Saadino Followers. Ma ~S -- Xa- er* reported :o- Mar:n« I Tiy Lytfa £ P -» h »r i 's\*«!al « Con'.\;und i-ti--(j--n 1 T.w -e^jsJat^e ha" a* .*·**: r.alf a dooen :i:-r neutrals, were i»re%£ci anc ;U:_-.A: n3crt -^'.ic- -.'4- n- UJ n actic 1 " M\n- r* :r:r.? :s de- ·AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FIRE THEFT PROPEKTX DAMAGE LIABILITY HELFENSTEIN URNER Do- so- \V... e tl-.e ; a:c. a g-i'c e.: Grav a'- 1 the grojr.c Gra -i^ VA.J*S o , » rr* 0 * 1 Too "Worn-Out" to go ; otlCl! S O l l V C T oa her !rc: :h. c.o.vj sso Ire '.ro^b'-e stared a'vr KA - . a ri'.^nai s* nad :vtn t-'c"v"N- , ,-re.aen: of '.he D-e:. and E-.W. \\V:a social d«ncsrra:. hsc xxr: . \dTcrtUrmrnt) Keeps False Teeth la i .» «-2X2!uri^t detvry rose to a pom - ;,_· ' of ordrr tna at :he ··? of h-s -.o.ce ^ rhDJted tiiat t-- te »ere murderers on ^ :h« Xaz: twncla* The Nars ;-jc;ped t : OP--S ..»=*«: J D'-t BEAD THE STORY. T1-I.\ CO1.OK l i l b PK I I Saj'. Thats Meanwhile tne Pr«.dret his troubles ta r the natxinal contention m prospect that Centres* niay sion. Ha failure to ccniult the party leaders on Cap.-ol caassg same grascoling in SeJecnon of a ne 1 *- for the pany is another tro Tint flr-ger was ?O-ist^j; -jn- Patnci J. H'urle, Secretary the chairman to manage t carapa^n. h j^rce of H.11 -^ al^o Conzrrf* l r.iatr=an uoled po^tt -·--.e S-r_3-a-c.i3S bad suns '.zt- One S.-r.o-a-sJ.a sa-= =.5- ; an= Sco'-'o ; 2.d. Wei I uas grass! ; A=d so :r.e iyi%Tr_;es^;-^r--^ - -·» out jo_'w cione '.ery Tie".".. · ^To ^ c '" v "-" "--·- * Yv.--.e"-.*..= us or the -aork 701 ' 'C-spyr^rn:. 1932 XEA Ser.-.ce. Ir.c ) ~ ? ^! ^.::5-son^. and -oii that you re t ·--· ·^ro^ih. I ·asnier -5 triere anyth.n; (Tlw T:r:ies -ia - .e a merry c. - ^Ee ir ··IVr" y-s! · cne Scr^o-s-duo re?'_ed · A-d '".^r. -^- s»??e^ and sadly sighed · O-ir O'AT; h»j^e m^s; be spies anc ;oar. Tne c.ear.-r:;'i 'up 10 '^s. · VoJ see trie p-a?e in -anich ^e 1:'.* 2. goi .m-cis.on ought to giie W do no: 1-a.e "-^ nori at n-?rr.e. but^ 2 - To Undergo Opention- 1S- Da-.-i C \Vuiebrenner. HI. Sec^-a-- of Stcte ^id^-rAent an, ooera- t.on tccav :o- -. r-n'.o-. ?.l vf r._s tciis^: · We wash :he isrin TO HOLD FAIR ·r.--:; Sr.e We" scrua the Scor ard cj_' :re ·yal-s Oh. .: 'S'on: take so Kockville Exhibition Planned Dfspite I:^?. Pending Sale Of Grounds. Me.. May 2 5 -- Nxi.'h- staading that sale of :he Hoci'-. ille -i^ grpiwtte property to ^he co'^n:" "o^arC oJ education for public school pjrp-3i=s is pendsg and ^ expected to be con- saoiinated a; an early date, the Montgomery County Agricultara: Sotre-y has ceSniiely deciced t-o stage :^s usual fa-r there this year, the preside?.:. Clarence L Gilpin. annoimcec toda: August 11. 18. 19 and 20 ha-.e been selected as the dates and. ES :: a expected to mark the end of the tnre- honored institution, the plans, already well under ray. according to President GUpin, will call for probably tne most elaborate o! the zany exhioi-ions c: the kind held on the histro.c zrouncs The preparations. President Gi'pin stated, are going forward niore ·* -tn tne idea ol staging a monster cam.val tnar. an agncultttrai fa-r, as heretofDre. ana It is planned to provide esre:i3.11- attractive programs, to be featured o..elaborate displays of fireworks fcr the lass three nights WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE-WITHOUT CALOMEl · Vo-X Tmyrr-V'S can vraich us r.c~% ani -,erv soon, ^e J. show you ix7 ".o inc^e ".rinsi kK£ relresl^ng. vrh-le T.e -IT'"' U I.'l^r? SOng " Tr.e b'-rket :her-. cr.ed. ' r" set S:".- j ^jjjj You'D Jump Out of Bed ir, :L^"' ^'IcanSetd ^ ^: i ^e Morning Rarin to Go r^jh: oack And then '.- cried. ' Let's if yv, tt feel sour a=d «·--^ a=d tie wo^j ^1^^, looks puak. d n't swallow a IQC of pa'^. ~-~ , cuser=l T*-3tor. 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Friendliness, with security, helpfulness, with tested qualifications, are characteristics of this Bank. Patrons sense them \vhen opening business relations with this institution. Old patrons count upon them. It takes years of establishment and character-building to bring a Bank to this degree °f individuality. But we're still young enough to appreciate new friends! Farmers Mechanics National Bank Frederick, Maryland "The Bank of Personal Seroice" ESTABLISHED 1817 Blobrner leg. Sizes 2 to 12 years Crepe Another Sale of I Chinele Rugs j Size Q^f ; 24 by 36 */*JV . 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