The News Journal from Wilmington, Delaware on July 13, 1971 · 15
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The News Journal from Wilmington, Delaware · 15

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Tuesday, July 13, 1971
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How Delaware Drinkers Buy It To Be Probed by Commission From the Dover Bureau DOVER - How Delawareans buy their intoxicants will be studied by a 13-member commission created by resolution signed into law recently by Gov. Russell W. Peterson. ' The measure, H.J.R. 15, would call the body the Liquor Study Commission and ask it to "re: view in depth all facets of the liquor business" and . recommend changes not later than March 30, 1972. The members of the commission will come from the Liquor Wholesaler Dealers Association, the Liquor Retailers Association, the Alcohol Beverage Control Commission, and from the State House of Representatives 3,300 Stolen and State Senate according to aij S.B. 290 Closes accounts onj to the Big Brother Association of Northern Delaware ; : " H .B. : 58 ' i- Appropriates $25,000 to the Delaware Safety specified formula. uncashed checks issued by the utner measures signed into state. v law: ' H.B. 410 To allow the wom- H.B. 434 Changing the en of Leipsic to vote in munici- dates of party primaries and pal elections; From Garage Cashier Gage A $3,300 -theft from a cashier's booth of the Wilmington Parking Authority garage at 12th and Washington Sts. ' was among three reported to Wilmington police yesterday. Robert Kraft Jr.., garage manager, told police the booth was forced open, ine casnier was absent. Jesse C. Woody, 21, guest at the Walnut Street YMC A, Uth and Walnut Sts., reported arti cles valued at $572 taken from his room. A key apparently was used to gain entry. Police said several other recent thefts from rooms have occurred at ' the YMCA. . More than $700 worth of office equipment was stolen from Delaware Technical and Community College at 330 E. 30th St" last weekend. Mrs. Gail Coughlan, a teacher at the school, reported that someone entered the school, open for students' use during the weekend, and stole two adding machines valued at about $180 each, and an IBM electric typewriter worth about $400. conventions S.B. 322 . Requiring each vessel in Delaware waters to carry at least one life jacket per person on board; H.B 419 Making technical changes in the tax laws; , S-B. ,274 - Authorizing' the state to enter into a group life insurance plan for its employes; HJR 10 Asks cabinet secretaries and other agency heads to describe new programs costing more than $50,000 to the General Assembly; ; , H.B. 440 - Providing that a landlord who agrees to supply heat do so from Oct. 1 to June 1. H.B. 277 Allows the Division of Highways to sell land it doesn't need. H.B. 399 - Replaces the Dela ware Code Revision commission with two code revisers; H.B. 279 -To allow the highway division to condemn more land than needed for highways if deemed in the public interest; H.B. 348 Adds harp seals to the list of protected species; S.B. 470 Changes law on confessed judgments and judg ment notes; S.B. 222 - Makes technical changes in corporation law; S.B. 317 Allows the insur ance commissioner to hold hearings, if requested, when he dis approves "a rate change pro posed by an insurance compa ny;" .,: Massage Warrants Hit More as Pimps LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Two lawyers and another man were arrested yesterday on charges of pandering and pimping in volving massage parlors. Police said warrants were based on an investigation start ed last August. More than 130 arrests were made previously. Arrested were David deLoach, 35, an attorney, and his brother Gerry Walshin, 33, surrendered after he learned of the warrant. 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