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December 31, 1931

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

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EQHT THE DAILY NEWS. FREDERICK. MD, THURSDAY, DECEMBEK 31, 1931. ^^ I ^^ iat People Were Thinking About on New Year's Day- v5tARS'4eo \5XEAG?AGO 1O ytAPs AGO 'fy)Kt$}S fiffo JXEAPS/GO XOOvt/ij? 1 ? AGO 21--Boy, 7. »dintt ctuttnc biff forest fire *t Cascade. 23--FlTe-ye*r search lor Texis Ranger" who swindled Emmitzburg back of $750 ends in Wisconsin, Peter Miller arrested by Sheriff Crum. Work on new CeresviBe bridge begins. 24--Mrs. Edith M. B. Ordeman dies j after long Wi"*-**- John S-readner, 91. j forme? sheriff, dies. j 27--Thanksgiving observed, services held. Half-inch soo-v SO--Annual auditors' report of county released. Would Wed I Walkersville »:V LEHOT A. SLUMS NEA Service Writer Prohibition, depression, peice or -iar ' sttr tnverti^ss. "b;g business." sectional HsapproTaI of the national go-.em- aect. . , . These were tl* queit.srj uppermost In the mind* of t:.e r*.o:le 5. 15. "0 30. 70, 100 years a?o. ;iis'. as rna:: of them are juli uppermost tods;-. Prohibition was or.e cf the principal topics of the Ame-iear. public on Jan I 192? for Ontir.t) had ;uit repealed -la 10-year-old dry la.-* ind Canadian citizens sere laughing a: the straggles of th«ir friends In the states. AgKa- t.on for '.rial of the Ontario liquor dii- pri«arv i;.sterij In the Ur.:trd S"-at« C.i::ad..i.r. pro',.r..c uiiti'.^tcd tnis jji- tcra of i ·»".. And 15 yean sso. Jar. 1. 1917, President Wilson. *r.o had ju.«l been re- por.dcred his next st-p In the Any r:~i er.ter the World War c , cuitr One of the darkest da;i in United | ness and precise -sere at a lo-ar «fcb fa history was Jan. 1. 1862. when | Europe and confidence at. hosoe was -rsv^le. Dec. 31 --Mr. and Mrs. j ; Melvin Palmer who has been spending . j a few days »ith Mr. and Mrs. Cassei ' j Hontz. ha-.e returned home. ] ; --Miss Pauline Trout is spending a ! ' few days with relathes in Baltimore. ! --Mr. C. A. Honiz, Mrs. E. M Kontz j : and vy-.* Ella. Alnaush spent Tuesday in | i Balumore with relatives. j ! --Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hann spent | 1 Sunday with Mr and Mrs. George En- j sor and family. ' I --Mr. ari Mrs E. M. Honiz. Mr i and Mrs. Cassel Honti: .nd children. ! Marguerite and Richard, spent Sunday j ikith Miss Ella Albaugh, of Walkersv^le. I --Mr. Prank Shu!! of Tork. Pa., is ! spending a few weeks with Mr. and ' ^, JMrs. Chas. Shall of Waliersvffie. "" --Mr. arid Mrs. Ge-x "W. Alrx.ugh of B^lt.more spent Sunday here with relatives. himself "the answer *o a prayer," Corporal Arsos J. Btircham, above, of Port. I^eavera'si'O'rch, Kan, has offered to marry any TTO- nan of any age -jrho wll! give ··"? $7000. He says he is a. rje^ter bargain than the Chtcagoan who niade the same offer for $10,000. America wondering 20 years ago about In Its boots as he talked ::j- chanse f b^ -Arought by ·'he auto- and iiich things. major success. t a American busi- -in 1861. New York's Society Looks Ahead To Winter's Pageant Of Fashion Review Of Events In City And County Past Year 1 "G-Field and sugar cora badly! local jail are caught. 1931 loss at j ! damaged ou countj- farms by heavy. Frederick Pat not as heaiT as year T£t year's eitrits »s zalccn froni cc'czas* of THoe News Oates used are those when Ite=i ago. 6--^Mrs. Serene K; Hotter dies- at DECEMBEK, 1930 1 -- John W HoUer re-«cted prssi- deat of Lhe n?ir Board or CcranXy Corc- anssxoers a: the organization sieeucg G«orge B. Culler. su?erintcadnt of dty streets, dies. ·4 -- Stanley R. Damuth. cashier of the thunderstorm. Dr Bernard M Davis elected president', 20--J. Homer Remsberg. MiddleUwn, ' caih. diamond ring and diamond stick- -g Frederick County Emergency j _ ^ ·of Csaaty Denial Assocsa- re-elected prfiider.t of state Hobteln- pin. Drouth Association starts survey of un- | come^here. F. ^Krett Frlesian AnDc:at:on 13--John Nelson Boners. J r . Freder- employment here. " *~ ""*""" 8--James H. Gambrill, Jr., named MARCH ^kSled by the accidental discharge of ^f^'.^ 17 ',.TM^' 03 for quarter of Hoack dies, of his own gun.. 5--John T. Best naoisd new superintendent; of streets.. Ii--Guy K. Motter elected grand master cf the Grand Council cf Royal and Select Masters of Maryland. Ed- trard S. Shaw re-elected president of the Frederic* Chapter. Izaak Walton 26-A.T.os .T Andy visit ashing camp f Lawrence Rlchcy at Catoctin Fur- .8 xr.. dlea H home. Mrs. prior to school opening. SEPTEMBER *" 1-- City tax rate set at $1. Schools Emmitsburg. 13 -- First ice and killing frost of season noted. r Schlcy 16--Hagerstown and Frederick rail- j y..vy asks to be relieved of upkeep of · West South street property. Miss F. - --^ -- _ Lucctta Frost struck and killed by auto open for year, big enroLmen... couple, found unconscious in Feaga- 14 -- Mrs. M. G. Herring, one of 6--New Potomac river railroad bridge a: Harpers Ferry partially destoyed by flre. Thieves rob offices Dr. A. A. Radcliff and Frederick Industrial Bankers Corporation In heart of c:ty. 7--Brunswick store of Molcr and Good fire swept. 11--Water once more reaches top of Fishing creek dam for first time since last July. 12--Maurice Easton. this city, commits suicide by shooting. 13--Forest Wardens' conference of Catoctin-South Mountain district heU here in City Hal!. 17--Frederick County Holstein Breeders' Association in annual meeting Ir.incu B. Sappington again president of county W. C. T. U. 30--Richard F. Simmons re-elected alstr.ct governor of Lions International. JUNE 7--Series of Labor Day week-end ac- !. ring lost 40 years ago ^ Braddock road. William Brann. New Wo-'hi^'on. na"«. of Y5 - k - Ro ^'- s - c ^" f - Baltimore, buy a* S-unC TM. M£ Chestnut Hill farm at WalkersvUie. · * * -- · · · 17--Moses Fisher dies at home here. 18--One Inch of rainfall recorded in : cidents. one killed. i"-!f-hoar storm. i 8--Independent Hose Company wins j -Q--Two killed, three hurt in week- j cup for showing in Washington Labor j end accidents here. Charles T. Seeger I Day parade. John D. Keller, Middle- j heads Frederick Chamber of Commerce. ! town, dies at home. 3--Central Trust Company of Mary- · % ^-j e jj Ome ^^ at Mbntevue. land, and eleven branches close. Bank; 16 _j osep i I Russell,, other person Commissioner in charge. j f oun( i unconscious, also succumbs at Montevue. 17--Yard and Garden contest of .vie Club ends, winners announced Rowland, convicted murderer, to life imprisonment by dent. 19--Air Corps of Maryland National 13--Claude Cotintee, Steve Allen and Paul Sices saw bars at jail and make escape. John W. Humrn, former coun- tv commissioner, dies. 15--Charles D. Strailrnan. Jr. auto- · BiobiJe mechanic, succumbs to barns. 17--Ten-room house of M. I,. Creager at Thurmont completely destroyed J»y fire. 19--Rev. Dr. Samuel Henry Stein. pastor Trinity Reformed church, York, Pa^ kiEed when his automobile struck pole at Gettysburg en route to sec daughter at Hood College. ftt--Wilbert L. Smith, Mt. Pleasant, ·sleeted president of Frederick County Parm Bureau. 27--Heavy rainfall here and snow in the county replenishes Fishing Creek ·fctrn,. Miss Helen Marie Hams, of Hood College senior class, killed in accident near Biausville. ?a. Ernest A. Lawrence, auctioneer, dies. f3--Check shows rainfall during year only half-normal. City fire loss past year one of lightest on record--le^o than (1.500. 30--Rev. Amos John Tra-, cr named new pastor Evangelical Lutheran church JANfiET. 19^1 S--Robert A. Bennett re-elected prrs- 31 of United Fire Company Lewis R au-h re-elected president Junior Hre Company without opposition. 7--Charles C. Blser, former county treasurer. di»s Harry O. Schroeder 3ogus S5 0 ^ b discovered in city, installed as president, of K.wartis club 8--Thieves breai into Pytn-an Castle bowling alley, maie off $100 I---Winter's b-5S«t snowfall to date. one and a half inches, arrives Brjns- "Bic's buys Yourtee scr.r.=:s for S1G.OOO. 13--Aust.n W. Howard elected press- dent c: 1 Ljtceran cliurcii Men's club. J;mcs A Jor.ts rc-ar?rc.r.fed 1--Graduating exercises of Hood Col;.' climax commencement, week. Nine i:-t in wceli-cnd accidents. 22--County Commissioners purchase JQ--City's garbage contract Frederick Female Seminary buildings for to Culler and Heffner. court. 19--Maurice A. Unglebower, Fred' erick fireman, murdered; Harry Ole- cri.ek as water supply, awarded by alder- · n: 5-C. Thomas Summers elected pr-si- College, dies In Baltimore. Qf I " Dade Laadcr - elected presi- ciiritFrederSck Lions C5ub. F. Mayor Lloyd C. ceieais in- 35--Tranc control box at the Square Ac.idemy hokt, 85th commencement. Comer demolished when struck by an -1 -- Commencement exercises at \ih!ch also strikes and in- schools throughout county being held. Restoration land State School Hessian moit completed. .mother still along Lingar.ore creek F:na! meeting of Mayor and old board 3f aldermen held. r tests. County school attendance [ 23--Henry Cutsail, laborer, killed ' 344 more this year than last. , by nit-run driver near Plane No. 4; 25--Frank L. Cady. burgess of Thur- i 14 --xire bursts, Chester Stover, New ' Harvey Burall held. Four fires in :. Haii storm inflicts ' ^.ndway. as killed. Road ·norker kin- ; S ;x hours keer firemen busy here. fo r ' crop damage. . ed along Frederick Junction highway. . 2 4--Grand Jurv recalled for NOT. 5. 28--Death of Miss Vicwrine T. Art3 | i0_Gordon F. Palmer. Libertytown, , -6--Miss Sallie' R. Marker, assistant Frederick County | cash i et . i fo us robbery of Myersville Union at annual i savings Bank. Kent county ·wins 4-H I poultry judging contest, held here. West South , Ernest w. McCardell dies. AL'GCST ! s[ree t, commits suicide. Jesse P. King, | 3^--Thousands join in celebration of 1--Frederick guardsmen go hi to | Rujgettlle, named foreman of Sept em- Hallowe'en with mammoth parade, simmer camp at Cascade. her Grand Jury. i 2--T\\o fires wreck bam. hayshed j 22--71st annual Frederick Fair ! the loveliest of many beautif-il parties was Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Jaeciel's" for their deb daughter, Audrey. Audrey wore a perfectly gorgeous silver dress and she certainly looked pretty agaii-^t the blue and sliver Christmas 'r'Trrtngs i ·ihat the St. Reels roof wore for this j occasion. | Lace frocks seem quite the most pop- I ular cho.ce of go-.'.-ns a: se-.eral of the j recent parties. Beth Ijeary b35 a situs- · ntng red lace gown, cu; very low and = sparkling with a couple of handsome jeweled clips. Mrs. George Washing- 2 ton Kavanaugh, dancing a: the Waldorf Astoria the other night, wore a. stunning white lace ensemble, -with her diamonds lighting uo the whols olace^ so gorgeous are they. Capes Achieve Smartness. Cape effects are to be seen here and there and always look tremendously chic ! on certain people. Cynthia Prat; wore ' a gorgeous brocaded wrap to the opera the other night that had a. new- type of cape sleeve, sloping way off the shoulder in the new wide-shoulder manner. Over her black frock, and with ail her black accessories, it looked regal. One of the recent warm days lunching a; the Marguery, Mrs. Guernsey Curran, Jr, wore a blue wool dress'. wita something; r^w in cape sleeves, :j sleeves i-at cippea down celow the el- f bow on rr« outside and fell away to noth- ! ing on the underside. She also wore jj two sparkling jeweled clips, ic the neisr- j est approved manner, one on either side g of a roiinding neckline. She often wears jj one in her hat, too. MRS. GUERNSEY CURRAN. JR. In a Blue Wool Dress. 30-- March rainfall ctcfeds normal. APRIL l -- Wellington newspaper man in ··· ,;d r;de, \\rec-a; four cars. 2 -- 84-year old negro chicken thief g:\en year in jali. 4 -- Mrs. Lucretia Si\. v ho voted for t'.'.o firs: time at the use of 96 in 1923. u;iS a . a ~ e of oy ye . U4 , n Thurmont. 6-- Prol. Franklin D. Iife- ; ong ej uca tor. dies. . 7-- W G. Boilcau elected burgess of by a majority of 22 votes . .» .» t?pv v*ii'»iin O-\*lnzs S 4 onc D- -- -- l v \ o iires *»tx^ U^A^. .mj^t.*.^ i -- _;--li^t, u.^ju«ii ^.*^\*«^iv^. *«.~ = 'i' "_.1- J" -,0-itcd as deacon'n chante of St Paul' 4 ^ -ncl warehoi«e at Emmitsburg: barn opens. Dr. Eugene Jones, Montgomery j 2 --Scouts collect four tons of old tarr al ~ Eo'scooaT "a-"" S.4--ifrs posse ra-dl -^ two strawricks at New Midway, 'county, dies. ! clothing to be used for poor. State H H ''-' . ' · " . " . * ". . T--n . n ,^i- «i^t nr, «fvn as vie-i 24--Lieut. William B. Clements, j chiropractors meet here, Dr. E. A. jrmy air corps pilot, killed when plane Thompson, Baltimore, named presi- rashes at Dickerson. First night dent. . . . . _ . . how 'of fair - attracts big crowd, j 3-Cbmmercial Bank of Maryland's , TM preparations for a atige Beaux Arts -icavy rain falls-inch and a half m re-crgani^tion plan progressing. . "f- ^tajs ,«r oecause i . w i u pre- 15--Appointments made by mayor a; meeting. Rev. L, Ralph Tabcr installed service in Memorial park. 4_Eruris\uck elect-on seen as vie- i 24--Lieut. William B. Clements. \ chiropractors meet here, Dr. E. A. t.^rv for A'Jgtre faction. Home Frank ' army air corps pilot, killed when plane Thompson, Baltimore, named presi- M." Urban entered, robbed of jewelry , crashes at Dickerson. First night dent, '.alueci at $350. as V V«ro/zion"L»^thTran*cn"u"rch7Mid- :.irp'.an7 journey to Ohio. J. WUliam lc^_ than hour. i 4--Eleven Fish and Game organlza- sen cletown. 17th annual Old Folks' service Csnnon. local """" l ~"'~ " *" held in Myersville United Brethren cr-vintr automob, church. Elks hold annual Flag Daj 7--G. Llojd of 'chools dies in office at Court attending. Gordon Umstead, Pooles- nE w CeresviUe bndge. t . f president. i 5--E. C. Valentine awarded contract "0 0 s ? eaa ~ or WRITES BETSY SCHTDTtEK Ne-- York. Dec. 3i. (XSA) -- Once holidays end. attention will be centered ° ' a School holds commencement exercises 18--T-.vo ^!ar!cct street stores robbed e , v 15--Ahram Hcrr.p ro-electcd prcs-cent Predinck County Arncu'.'.ura; Society 19--Helen Ee"cr ^^.ls Frecer;?k. ^.jjwVc ..^ "ST--'^-*--^- " " T * ^-* £* nl ·" f ^ mi...-iV Morris S Ba.;cr. V."t;t Srutn =lreet struck by ajtjrr.rc:.- v:" Err.n-..u- burg railrcal station rored of S530 in cash. 21--CccTsf f:r r c w s-crc "%cr raf.roac tracts at ?reder.c: Jjnct.jr. *warse=. 22--Alccm-:r. bo^.r.s--etch- es. Ne^ei: L F/^. E--r:t,u;--r sJlcd tier, trucfc ;t--scs role 2S--Willia.T. T. M^Ier. C.\.\ "Var '.ct- eran. dies at Tiiursont hcrr.c 27--George R Dennis heaos Frederick Bar Associat.or. 2S--S^ate Officer C R Rhodes ki'.red in accidej:! at^r 31--Grcvcr 7_. Micnael elected IHas- tnsus Potentate of ti«; All Ghan Temple of 'Western Marxian; T.-.cmas A Chaplinc again re-e'er'^c 7-e5.c".t cr Isa-pcracent H-JC Corr.par; FEBRCAKY 8--W.Iliam M Storm succeeds Dudley Page. re' as president of Citizens' Truck Corr.pany. 10--Baltimore ar.d O:-.;o railroad announces cllscc-r.t.nuance of se-. en trams .r. rrca 1J--Tnc-li t-e.itrc robbed of S400 Burc"tt;» l:.n. alJr.g V3.s'..,ngton road near H Cttt^t^'A n. destroyed by fire. Ic--F:rst forest Sire of scaioa b-inis o^cr 75 acres near Gupland. t7--F.ic forest fires Srcak cut in Ca- -·-- Apparently from a r.:p:-.' express tra.n of t.-e 8.'.l!.rr. -v re and Or.:o r..:.rjad. Harry S R.C.I. McKcesp^r'., ?.i. dies at city r.i-pital. ----S Elmer BroTir; of W installed as Gra-d M?«fr M the itatc I O O F r.\nd Sa-.'-ra of :.ic Great CuUnc: 1 . of M^r; .T-I. I'livT \ ci Order .'f R.d Men - = ---Rer'ibl:',-ir^ meet at ^j-t hi use. dr.* - up t.c.-:c. f.r cca;.ng elect.or. ^7--K.I-..I-.; n.' fcc-c: for his £t,-c". W.l- m,r J Wj.kerj,Ml;e farmer. :-.3i.t5 self ^. barn Jo--1 rurrncnt "· our.- appro\e S6 000 DX'O .^s_c for to-an ha.". imrrc\"_·- 30--Dcr.'.xl oticc i.f Ur A A Rad- c..ff r-obcd acair.. i, i i i . U i l l * U * 4 k . .-- u e .i.%_*j ^*-^- «j-^~.--»- a ; ,, «.. VJ u.-u_.~.~. -- , .,,_ ,, Crjp flAP" Pill T) V 3.11 ^S'T^'lSfir 10--Burglary foiled as Ashley M. Tacey memorial in Court House park. ' petit jury, killed when car strikes 5,. n . JT - er ^ » o " a " fla " a as General 'hil- Abjadschein shoot* one of three rob- Gov. R-tchie also speaks. NaUon-wide ; truck. Grand Jury returns six indict- -!a"g,' huT e -' ; i^^is Gouverneur Mor- 19--Negro robber chokes girl and '' 'rs at roadside stand at Frederick croadcast. , ments. Jjicluding Harry Olewiler. . _.. ^^ ^ fe t . ^^. o , Le _ is her about house'.e robbing j.-nction. National Guard air squad-, 28--Commercial Bank of Maryland 9--Struck by hammer two months . ^~ d ^ on d own the line ·r b-ginriing encampment here, name ar.d three branches close. . aso. Oscar H. Baugher dies of injury, j " Th fl.,.^. .,-^ j " n *~ ~ ' - " - Wo-ftp- -NT .TnlHffp il! lon^ dies i . · :--me of George T. Baamgardner. Soutn M.srsct street Boys' Hi?h School a'.urr.n: c.-.oosc Hammond CUry as provider.'. "2 -- Myers-. :.:c \otcs down proposal '· · ro.^enoir for -.xa'cr siipply William E D.iinrr. ,iurl .--:.c, r. d"fi a: Ivirr.c Jp -- County ta\ r.i'.c set ut 5J 30 J7 -- Lishtnins strikes Po.:.t of Rocks : .xi.road station. S5.COO f;rc los. 5 . JULY ; -- K vr;; for^c s,\fe a: Harris ar.c. r.,'.-.r. get S2 L 'H 2 -- R Hcndnciton installed a* .i.c.-idc: s .t of Rotary club Cne nwii .- c'od sy lii.-- ". r.p. :.'.c o\crcome bi .:!·. r.M* i^.\t of l~-~ ocsrrf'X'; r ^ ^ ^ r ci:' ;n -- r.-'ef rcr;^ .;^r.-.» ~~' .", .-on. 69 So^itn Market ."reel, .virport F.eid after late of- .iccr. IZ--Frederick City hospital and ITcmc for the Aged share in will of V.Mliam H. Mort. Thr.rmout. of Church Street School Community ' 11--Peoples Fire Insurance Company .Vssociation. OCTOBEK 2--Diphtheria ep'demic at LeGore, ' more. · red on th« fasaionabie marks-women of Long Island and the Nassau Country transfers policy business to Fidelity c:ub a; G - n c ^ s h£S seen ^ of Guaranty Fire Corporation of Balfc- cf the31 ou; £ - aoo:;llg e v e r Service men tell where they 11--Plane from Frederick airport is eighteen cases reported. Central ' ·srers as Armistice was signed 13 years \ Suede jackets hio-length and belted, ·jiict down" in mirn.c battle o\er Ha- Building and Loan club not part of ago. , are *v- e f 2Tor ;; s tvpe of coaa, worn court holds. Grand Jury ends 12--Gigantic parade marked Armis- ' e ! ; ~her -sitrT tweed skirts and slio^ons or :7--Fredenri tice Day in Frederick. -.tier, of air st Dctrick Day at Braddock ·srith woolen dresses. Mrs. F. Phillip rttches spectacular v.ork. 73 indictments. 3--County Firemen's Organization ' 14--Federal prisoners to be sent to j^nah wears no hat on her pretty dark fcrrned at meet. Capt. F. Lester Smith. local jail. Forest fire at Maryland v a =.. ^r-^ Hunt T. Dickinson wraps ·oresiccrjt. County building at Mon- National Guard camp bums large ^ cVlorfui.serchlef about her necs "and tevue antiquated, says grand jury re- acreage. ; ^hti .-Kisrr-.-cd. C B.-hl named acting -'crt :-\r.i-t-nder.t -f ,-choc!.- 5- J" F Knock dies at home -- S3-lvester K Stull. Lewistown, . Westminster. ic'-c by hit-run driver. kJled. Ray- 17 -- Stockholders 16--Karry Olewiler case removed to ^5^-; and" on has a gay red suede jacket and black nd br.mtned hat Mrs Julius A Wn.te looks smart in a chamois ratify reopening colored sl.p-on suede jacket, a Pcrter Brunswick, falls from plan of Commercial Bank of Maryland, roral blue fr-ock JJ-- A;-!" r.-rs- i-.-rh-r-; i. ace _'4-- 5 ::r..r.Ks 333 % dies John S. Kline, near . Game season opens, ruany out. t v. .lie. craws money from Myers- 1? -- Rev. J A Saxten. retired min- ber-et to match, j Kolidays Were Gay. Tnc days and n.ghts ol Tulctlds j - '..c aank. he^d up. robbed and beaten. . ister. dies at Woodsboro. Thomas M. ' ;a;r a trc-mendous round of parties. SSJ in C/J-ITT nlar.e- -:.d cjrr.p here bj sue- Annual pilrcrirr.age to Odd Fellows Dark^ falls dead while walking along The most exclusive of the cebs were ! ccvl^illy "ix;:7-.L-inq Frerlerick. '.-Qrr.e held. Five men who escapefrom West Seventh street. pres-ented formally to society. One of | MISS CYNTHIA PRATT Was R«gai in Blacs. MUCH PROGRESS MADE IN YEAR BY SCIENCE IN WAR ON DISEASE M \Y F»Y HK. MOKKIS C - . \ - . ..».i! ·-- .".-i i n oatic,j t t I d.iT. Journal pf liic Xrr.rriran "*Jcd- ·".c .-.. i:-d C ...cgc ,,ai 4--George Kouck. rct.rcd farmer, c.'-.i e .vs :r t^' s f-fire Can- Taoh ar-: .r.'-.-' --S cor- ?redsr.cii pxtmastcr for a t.-_- "term _ J -Oaservatory at Bracc:cck* 6--Dr Bcrr^srd M Da-.-s' cc-.ta. r^"- ' 7--C..: i--l^ S;3.- "-·: o;:i- f. r Z-rgji- S-- Feiruarv t^rm cf C.rc-.i Co-rt " r : operj, --1th fr-rrnzr Cc-^ty Cornm^- S-- J.ITS A A Radc'.-ff Le5 Sudc-;r.".y sioner Gecrge D. Smith as foreman of s S-'-y ce'.cgatcs to Dcrr.ooraf.o c.t;. 12-- 2aser.s I- Hirri5r:. c · .=. a: h ornc tr.ezir»r "cf ·=: Bear: rf E^ ci-es. Her Dr. T-.cop.-.ilui J G±-:-.r. cr. for=;..-r pastor o? -oca: cr-ircl- .n N^ York 16 -- Cbar'.es I. R-:r^r.. -e~-.-:r.:-«- t^f- ^ CO.T.--Z aca.n r--. izsss ijccumb? z'. ~~. "-- ·' Soy C -.r.r, B^arc t f rx.j a 4 , M~"". H.'^ '·« r..rcc fami- at ..crrc .frc i;-- Harry B W.:--r f;--.rr i.^:.--. j . ;=. -r. i r a' rr;- r.-:c Ix-il.c Scouts have b.g c_-p:aT .r. A.-.=»ry. 14-Kcv Ka- -d A. A --..· \:.dd'i- j'" f-r rrc-rs deaths; any other devices which produce high temp- , v::'' ci«-c -c-rature in t'.tc body ar.d thus bring 1 Vcsi5e .t .s T.-J _~ p'r.iaps a r^r.-cc;icn of iwo ac- ;t es^ the sacr.c result. :r.- .-h to rcr- .'·s-fr." '.--More r-cc""le 1." e loti^cr One of t.ic rr.os; common diseases af- v... *r^ - ^ -~c " ^ . ^n.m ..a-- . -c ^T^I?W ^. c^r mc k xi*'rn civi.^a..3.i .3..O(i .n.^?..^a..on5 are be^tnnmg to -·--. .-.^? --,r.---rc.n".y jr.-re-^--c The Fisrht on Heart Disease. pcr.iap* to compl-ete control. i--"i^crn-j. prvc-ic"... t^csu.-c H-cart crease -S be-n; cor.trc'.l:d by Vitamin Knowledge Grows. Great interest has attached partic- "ar!;; '."y r.-sw l-.n^-?lfd^ cf The vitani- - c Tlie.r l.m. 4 arc b-.nsr niore 17 -- §32 "oas for unem?:;-.ed secured t-ait marr.-xi ; ^ VIi^s NUrga-r- S.-ic.r s-moe Scveraber by ihe Coan- a^o C-- M:dd.f.-.-.n P.t - Cr.irlf.- B 7--- - ty Drouth Emergency Associat.on Trail crds:r.ef a^ pr:»^: and \Vi".am -. , j . - a 19 -- DTtKien driers scored in report Owmjs Stor.e as -r. Ep.-^opa 1 , ^._,", a ,, cf the rier;-- jary grar-i ;ury. Water fix- cr.urch. " " 'J_ " ^ tures sti-- ey i- c ty est^rAtcl to have 15 -- Co'.', kicks ; :.-.-:---rr!. birr, of ' *^~ ·'·*·· ~~ ^- -- --r . . .r. ave; 600000 gallons ca.'.y LJr^ranore Alo-za R^r.r.'C^rz-r c =-- crea by f.rc ^r..-. o'.rr.r.r o .1 -s "-.-.r'y tresi ar.i parr.pjiz s'-at.or. acvanced IS--- John A Ker.r.--dy at home r^ -.-_- o5 . .-;,-- t-. i ov *s a so-rce for water ^ap'.t of city. r.sre. _ cc 0 . _ a i ... ,.. a x . r __. . 24 -- H Gatiibr.'.'., Sr . ob=frve5 '.? -- G V.'eslcv Kir.d'"-. ^·.r.c'tcn w , t h I31s--b.rVr.ca7 J\ra:y5^. c.e? Gler.n O C-srbfr prom- · : :: - a ' : ^ " ·-,-·;.-! -T -J"-r F S.2v.:T r - -17 jTii r.rrit ,..-r.t Frederick busir.'.ss suoc'imbs " "·' ; " " ' ...... T ·." \Va'...crj - . .1-- ni^rc^anl, a.c3 at home *j .icart at'acs folIoTutj operation. ^rroK.r.j. . · ; ,, s ; cr of '..".« *i* TrratuM-n*. : t'-- "rrar- % "" ·- rrorr,i-.ou c." \ ^r.r.t" 1 !-. o^uaC...^.~.ou For "lie adm^-.- C- ·-·' . . -.. .^ ^ . c . r . - c '.. *· ,--"· ol_irr^-f '.-r.Y_;.- tn- . .*a- or. cf -. "amm D trx-re arc now " · " -. - i i .· m~"s :o treat - - :rr-~ -*al t.^crT-.c ^ r - t-. ·-« dc-*'V''p- fa.^a-e -itdxr sur.l.jr.t in proper -- i -·· .'·- - - - . C.I'T-' t--C=.-"." - 'j;--'T_? f?r rrv-- 03-" · · - C T . a""C-- f ^ r r^" .re tlic ss^i. ;r- - -- 3j t ··" .-· ·' .=·»· *' t-T- i rr.---.".r T.-.' ^.ij^s: c or;rar._-rr. 1; ac.-al v~.---,ar..ii-c -.:amin D. " "**d »~ v " . ;.-. s . ·· vrn.;j, acl" --'·d 1 *s r.o: ye" occn c-tabl-tlicd. rr.ucr. Orsnge , ..ce sr.d lemon juice con- · S*,:TC-:cn ?rc. Ci.rv.-r ..= cc.r.s about tltc mcce of t.r.ue -· be the oltief sources of vitamii ~'~ f-I, raters Ext:r.Ticr.:s "h^^5.-on: about the "alue o-f wr^in C. c-"sd o/., outter. and eggs of , are ;'.". _r.-icr wa. ar- of these who have re-cover-.xi. both for -. .tsm^. A. and yeast and wheat germ .t-or.tlv .r. 5 rr." v.v-s t r « rr.o-'-sx! Ivss - - ^ and treatmer.:. sr.d finally of -,.t^mm B =- .f ,,.-:-:: proper methods of a-thopedic care E?t:ec-s.:y has in recent years M-cli Is "r- -; Joro for ^or.^us t_c-cr- c: cr.ldran who are paralyrcd "cy this been conccrrea w.:.i tffects of small .'.-.-. by t.-s- .--..c.--: in o: air the rl ^crclfr. dvcs of .mrjo-rtAr.t elemer.ts on the ~cf ca.r. tc --: :l-e ir'ectt-d t-_55".c. T-e fretod of 'Tea: in? jerwral rar- co-c.y. Th.=; refers, for instance, to the --I 5-;o bv .«.-, -5". op-ra'.jn f"r :.-.c .-.v,i.s o.. ~.-..i rr.alar.a or c.-rr.^n s trat..T. of ,-ons.f.vity to small o - r o · - . -c , ta -'.jo jerry, of I'-laps.r.j f"er. or b^ clvr of important substances. the *-c- " c^o.v v , - .n,:-.-= :o r-r.^'' .r^t.^.r. r^act.ons prcc.-;c.r.? is bo- ; r.,.11 dos-;s of mpo-tar.t substances, the .-.-t r._rr.ocr e. people, oe.r.g rs.--.pou- _ g.r.nir-s "-^ g.'-e -»a tc the -se of elec- small doses of ido^ie necessary }or ;)rot-;t:ori from simple goiter, the irn- · tr.2 early c.:i~;s.s of prersancy for ' portaric" of small co.cs of p-c'ent ex- "^hich a special iB-cor^t-cry -est is no~ iract^ -of elands, such as insul.r. aT£ilaolc and a_so to t.ic cy~.~ r,.acr.osis Fo? Add-on's disease, a condition of -i2r:c.i:s tir.ust:c,l bleed d-scrders. It- rjrev.cusly incurable clinical research is ccr.cs.vabl: also tTMt the -excretic-n l~as shown the great value of a horrc- of the s.=nrys c:r.ta.r.s important sub- ore isolated from tbe cc-rte.- of tiie stances -- 375 cctcrmlr.ed ty lab- ic.r:r,.-.l rlsnc: for pemic.ous sr.emia. oratorr ti-;ts and » c;.Te an ir-c-es -··tsans r.a~e now been develotied for Progress of Sarcery. .n serious case?. rac.-c en clirc-r.ic diseases, particularly Xctr Indosirial Diseases. throurh -lie C"" ti- of -erves in tie -se~ cf -^c.-'n f-^rr. T.".IC.~ r.-iman be- · ~.r.; Tcv ,r..rct. -^. r.-_s bee" rcnr.ei "I'rs rr.-is" oc r-""'cc-'-cl. ^icl^d.r.c: par- to a rc.r.t ^.iere ." ^ q^.tc generally CT-.-III .7: rc:a-.-r»h. *~ "he -jx-"c of stro;; · . rrtcc --. '..:- ertii.r.r tli:s a -h- ;».-.. Th" r-aratl-.jro.-if wl-.-h are rr-jCl; rr.^r; i--^--- = --, :-_D cct t.-.a^ it 5TT.3.1 iodi?s ly.r.g near the · used to c«. *.-; rentier cf mcr.tal ce- con'rol oxer the use of cs.c.urn in the Or.s of t."-; ,;-rc=t t;r_clcms of trie body. A lac-v of parat'nyro.d sho~vs ths year cor.'.r.^^^ to be ""~o "vTe'c"-*- 3 ~^t rate cf hsal.--; cf fractures. In trie of sotr;s rr-..vr_' -- rcrf'-- .-.11 of tl-.ese caw o." CDrr.plfto lick of function fcy rreat C.JC-TCT.ZS --: rr.c^.'al rr.av 1.1050 glari-s. ^ actually drawn oe mice cf :.--- t.r-c ^t a t:-' r- t'tat cut of :ho and cases are Ivr.yrn tl-.ey c, 5 .r. i'ord \- ~\-. X-rr.erous in vO.icli the bcr.e^ have ocl'.apsec. fr-ndatiDr.5 'CDC..:? are sudv- Laboratory tecr.r.iclans ha-.s devised ' .r.r tl-.ese c~c-.:.r;-.c c .cst.;r_-. bui th" T L V t;-*s. of the srrcatest importance pr-.;s-. ·- is most rier- ir. disc.i^s in the.r early j so-all,- c-.-ccrr.?-;' :? r.-..::; tlv-m more stages. Th-s applies par.icuUr"j So i cons^crat.oa ihaa ^ any'ttacr iroua r

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