Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 8, 1929 · Page 6
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THS AtTOONA MIRROR—FRtDAY. NOVfiMSEfe 8, INTERFERENCE MAN IS HIRED BY CITY Hy IIOHKHT .MACK, (Copyright, 1P2H. hy mnjnlidntod Prc«» n. C., Nov. B.—The •WASHINGTON, i'|ly of Saiill. Kte hU'fd llaclt an official rndlo Interference; mun, to run down causes of niau- irtjtfln disturbances nnd eliminate, them, lilit In so dolnB II. Is nuislnjj tho federal radio authorities no little concern. 'To defray the. expenses of mnmtnln- ing a radio "trouble! mnn." the Atlehi- Itnn rlty if charKlng a license fee of & per year on each radio sol In UR". ymlcr cxI.otlnB law llc-i-nsi 1 fi 1 ''K 'i r '' i' Wfjnl, nnd lliat's wnrrylnj! tin- fedora) f'ftdfo co:nJ7ii.s.sion. '.ArtvlucH roachlnK 'he comniisslon loll o{ the InaiiKiil'ntioii of Haiilt'.H n<'W t«dlo ordlnnncf, by wlil'-h the city hopes to main; radio rcofplkm ua ncai- iy ported ns )icissiblc. With the nlimi- rtfttlon of Inturfurenrns rntiwcd t'y r«- <*cncriitlvc receiving HP|H, X-ray mn- dWncs, pU'ctrl,: wiisherti, cnrlliiK ""ins Ad the lllic, thn city hr>p«s It will bo found "clo.si-r to the ncw.x, tlio miial -"-' the for the purpose of paying for the work of the Inspector In running down Interferences and causing them (o bo corrected. There arc thought to be 2,(000 radio seta in Sault Stfl. Marie. The ] city's survey, which will bo nsslstcd by the radio Inspector, will determine I just how many receiving sets there ' are. ; "If preventable rndlo interference^ are irboll.ihed and the air cleared so I that listeners may have uniilloyrr) surccss in the use of »ln-ir receiving over the ether from tlic inclro|jolisc.s," ainlon tho report, «Tho commission has nothing hut praise for the active steps In rid Sault of Its prpviMitnbln radio howls und jfljnnwlin—but that $1 license fee is thi:| dbro spot, i 'Recently two im'inber.s of the coin-1 M ission's legal staff, Paul M. Hej-al aim I Hill IX f. 'Spearman, both assistants general counsel, drafted an opinion on »tato nml munli:l)i!il rBgulatlon of radio eipmmnnicatlons. Hespc<-tlng I'iciil II- censc.i or privilege taxes, they said: "•"Such ordinances fire, void. No tax rt»ay be levied by states or municipalities on the privilege of engaging In flic bnslno.iH of transmitting or receiving radio communications. Both trans-• iplsalon und reception are required to ijarry on communication. Neither can be dispensed with. E«c)i Is essential to ihtercoursc and both a transmitter ri'iul receiver an; Indispensable In effect- tag Interstate; commerce. A privilege <*ic on tran.-miitllng or receiving would Be a. tax on an indispensable Instrumentality of Interstate commerce." "They go on to cite court dec.lnlonii 'which it was held that It I.M Illegal r a state or municipality to collect such taxes. One ouch decision said that no state can compel a party, Individual or corporation to pay for the privilege of engaging In Interstate com- itiercc. Another staled that "It. long Mis been Nettled that a state cannot I51y a tax on Interstate commerce In ijhy form, whether on the transportation of subjects of commerce, the re- GJplptH therefrom, or the occupation or UUfiiness of carrying It. on." itTho report about the Sault ordinance reaching the commission said that there was every reason to believe that tjie ordinance. Including Its license feu and Its provision for a radio inspector, "meets tho approval of those citizens $ho derlvo huge pleasure on winter mghts from Hitting in their homes and listening In on thu world's bust radio entertainment. te"Thn license fee," It continued, "Is now due. The fund which II. crent.eM Is Marie, Mlc'h., hiis| nl n Sl (he hnpplnps.s of tho Sault shall 'bo Increased. Hu.sine.ss In radio will increase. Tho Sault win ho found closer to the news, the mu.ilr, nnd the entertainment that, floats In over the ether from the metropolises, nnd thn. city will have aeroniplished another tnlRhty worthwhili! piece of legislation." ENDORSE GRUNDY STAND. ••* final l.i Heartily d by Kepiihlti'tvn Club. The P.lair County Hepiibllcnn club at n. meeting held last n)tf))t adopted n. resolution rommendlnff the stnnd taken hy Joseph R. Oi'imdy, president, of the PennHylvanlii MantihicturerH 1 association, in his testimony before the senate lobby investigation committee. A communication will he sent to Mr. tSmncly embodylnjj the reHoluHon en- rtorslnn his stand on behalf of adequate protection for (ho stale's mR.nufn.clur- entertainment. Ihnt limits i" ing Interests. The club arranged to have a reception for the successful candidates at the recent election at the next meeting, Nov. 21. A prominent speaker will he engaged and refreshments will be served. An auditing committee composed of O. S. 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The coal fields of China, Japan, Great- Britain, Germany, Russia, and India contain apparently 303,000,000,000 tona -which Is said to be enough for 700 years at the present rate ot consumption. ALTOONA RADIO & ELEC. CO. 1318 12th Ave. Dial 8318 STYLISH MODES for the Smart Dresser $9-95 $O.95 $4.95 and Children s Footwear In Many Styles $ 1.45 $2-95 Featuring Pumps, Ties, Straps and Oxfords in Brown Suede, Black Suede, Java Brown, Lizards, Mat Kid, But- tany Blue and Black Patent. Men's . Women'l and Children'! Rubbers & Arctics Pumps, Tle«, Strap* and High Shoes In Patent, Black Calf, Tan, Champagne, Patent Champagne and Patent Field- mouse. AC Rothei'rs SENSATIONAL SALE OF MANUFACTURERS' SURPLUS STOCKS OF FUR AND FUR TRIMMED COATS! $1O,OOO Worth To Go For $7,OOO Owing to a very backward season, one of America's largest and best known makers of Women's High-Grade Coats found themselves greatly and in need of ready money. Rothert Company, owing to their enormous buying power, were selected from a long list of preferred customers This Surplus Stock at a Very Substantial Reduction and Now—Right at the Start of the Season—We Are Passing this BIG SAVING Right Along In Addition To The Big Savings—-These Coats Can Be Purchased On Very Liberal Credit Terms! overstocked and offered to You. H Tallin r Siiln I'rlna I'rlrn Jap Mink Coat, brown fox collar $475.00 $340.00 Mink Coat, brown (ox collar $750.00 $573.75 Mink Coat, brown fox col- lur $667.50 $450.00 Mink Coat, brown fox collar $577.50 $395.00 Mink Coat, brown (ox collar $495.00 $350.00 Jap Mink Coat, brown fox- collar $355.00 $225.00 Jersey Muikrat Coat, fox- collar $395.00 $321.00 Muskrat Coat, fox collar $300.00 $221.00 Muskrat Coat, fox collar $277.50 $204.00 Muskrat Coat, fox collar $257.50 $187.00 Silver Muskrat Coat, brown collar $365.00 $250.00 Raccoon Coat $367.00 $262.50 Muskrat Coat „... .$289.50 $212.50 Muskrat Coat $225.00 $169.00 Black Caracul Coat $277.50 $212.50 Black Caracul Coat $227.50 $159.00 Black Sealing Coat, squirrel (dyed coney) col. & cuff $167.50 $119.00 Black Sealine Coat, civet cat shawl collar and cuffs.. . .$257.50 $195.00 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) $167.50 $87.50 Hrgulur Sale Price I'rlue Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) .....$215.00 $159.00 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) muskrat collar $200.00 $119.00 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) skunk collar and cuff $389.00 $272.00 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) muskrat trimmed $277.50 $149.00 Black Hudson Seal Coat, (dyed muskrat) skunk collar and cuff $389.50 $267.50 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) squirrel collar and cuff $157.50 $112.50 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) squirrel collar and cuff $198.00 $125.00 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) fitch collar and cuff $205.50 $157.00 Black Pony Coat, civet cat collar $278.00 $212.50 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) $129.50 $95.00 Black Sealine Coat (dyed coney) beaver collar and cuff $239.50 $182.50 Brown Mendoza Beaver, brown skunk shawl collar and cuff $260.00 $195.00 llegulur Price Taupe Coney Coat, beaver collar $250.00 Marmink Coat, Johnny collar $285.00 Leopard Cat Coat, skunk shawl collar and cuff...I.$398.00 Mendoza Beaver Coat, broadtail shawl collar and cuff .....$195.00 Sand Weasel Coat $315.00 Mendoza Beaver Coat, fox collar and cuff $217.50 Mendoza Beaver Coat, silver muskrat shawl collar and cuff .'...$225.00 Mendoza Beaver Coat, brown fox collar $122.50 American Broadtail Coat. .$300.00 Brown Pony Coat $275.00 Brown Pony Coat $225.00 Grey Caracul Coat, fox shawl collar $257.50 Grey Caracul Coat, fox collar $325.00 Brown Caracul Coat $147.50 Erkamiue Coat $110.00 Belgian Hare Coat $67.50 Dyed Vucasha Coat $267.50 Brown Caracul Coat $169.00 All prices listed are payment prices and are subject to a liberal discount for cash* Salo "Regular Sale J'rlce Price Price 1 Tan Broadcloth Coat, black wolf collar, $69.50 $44.50 $195.00 l Brown Broadcloth Coat, skunk collar and cuff $69.50 $49.50' $215.00 1 Tan Broadcloth Coat, mink collar and cuff $122.50 $85.00 $269.00 1 Tan Broadcloth Coat, caracul collar and cuff 1.$110.00 $75.00 1 Tan Broadcloth Coat, beaver collar and $147.50 cuf f ; $367.50 $246.50 $225.00 1 Tan Broadcloth Coat, dyed squirrel collar and cuff $167.50 $110.00 $159.00 1 Tan Broadcloth Coat, beaver collar, $167.50 $98.00 1 Red Broadcloth Coat, skunk collar. .$87.50 $17.00 1 Red Broadcloth Coat, fox collar and $169.00 cuff..: .....$125.00 $67.50 1 Black Broadcloth Coat, black fox collar $92.50 and cuff $187.50 $119.00 $212.50 1 Black Broadcloth Coat, fox collar and $212.50 cuff $161.50 $98.00 $169.00 1 Black Broadcloth Coat, lynx collar and cuff $257.50 $169.00 $169.00 1 Black Broadcloth Coat, fox collar and cuff $277.50 $169.00 $212.50 1 Black Broadcloth Coat, dyed squirrel col- $110.00 Ur and cuff $267.50 $125.00 $68.00 1 Black Broadcloth Coat, lynx collar and $34.00 cuff -....$288.00 $169.00 '$187.00 1 Black Broadcloth Coat, skunk collar and $129.00 cuff .$300.00 $198.00 This is the greatest coat sale ever held in Altoona—Don't miss it. Buy your coat— NOW—and have a full season's use of it, i

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