MARYLAND: Personal Judgment

The closing days of Maryland's sizzling primary fight between brusque, well-to-do Senator Millard E. Tydings and homespun little Representative David John Lewis brought Democrats something new to talk about almost hourly last week. Items:

¶ A pamphlet deriding "The Life & Times of Milord Tydings," picturing his Chesapeake Bay estate (whence Washington clubs and hotels buy 1,000 hens' eggs a day) as a feudal manor and his rich New Deal in-laws, Ambassador & Mrs. Joseph E. Davies, as a royal family.

¶ Declaration by the Senate Campaign Investigating Committee that two Federal job-holders—Collector...

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