The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on November 25, 1937 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, W7 TAX REVISION IN JANUARY Ltader Refused To Give It Right Of Way At This Seition. WASHINGTON, Nov. 24, (#).— Administration loaders In Congress refused again today to put business lax revision on the special «esslon program despite a concerted demand from House Republicans for immediate repeal of (he undistributed profits levy. The leaders said January was the earliest time that the subject could he debated, even (hough a House subcommittee had approved tenta- llvely a substitute for the widely- opposed corporate tux law. The new bill virtually abandoned the theory of taxing undistributed corporate profits. While public attention centered on the tax maneuvers, the Senate began serious debate on the new farm bill. , The first day of discussion yesterday was virtually wasted, however, for few senators were familiar enough with the complicated measure to explain it. Chairman Smith (D.-S.C.) of the Agriculture committee said he could not e«ti- mate the cost of the program. Prospects for special session enactment of the wage-hour bill meanwhile became still darker. Despite an unusual appeal from Democratic leader Rayburn for signatures on a petition to pry the measure out of the House Rules committee, 49 names were lacking-. THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. Wolly's Ex Weds Her Chum FOR NEURITIS OR SCIATICA PAINS No heed to suffer. Don't let neuritis, sciatica, lumbago or muscular pains or aches interfere with your dally life. Free yourself from «ulTerlng\ Get a. box of ARTHEROL - ,°$*Z- * f oney refunded If not «at- ft .,, f t+. • ' - i»n«d. H. R. Rudy, Pharmacist, Sheriff Trt DflVP -. Hotel Hamilton Corner. JIICIIII I U I/MY" Mr. and Mn. Erneit Simpson after surprise wedding In a surprise ceremony, Capt. Ernest Simpson, the man who lost his wife to a king, wed Mrs. Mary Kirk Raftroy at Pairfleld, Conn. Mrs. Raffray had just won a Reno divorce. She is a former girlhdod chum of Simpson's first wife, the Duchess of Windsor. - "BUTTER TOASTED NUTS" Toasted Fresh Every Day They Taste Different . A Trial Will Convinc* Ton Cauffmaii's Cut Rate Store M B. WMklxctn St. Set Higentown'i Largest Dlipliy of Good Furnltur* at Reasonable Prices MEYERS A BERKSON, Inc. 41-43 W. Franklin St. Quality FURNITURE AT LOWEST PRICES Tk« Orlcinal Miller's Furniture Store 11 I. POTOMAC IT. ROASTERS for 'that Thanksgiving Dinner. All Makes — All tf „_ si».......45c p HARRY S. MYERS On Chicken Thieve; Sheriff Max C. Malott announcei today the launching of a determin ed campaign against chicken thieves, who have been very ac tive In the county the past two weeks. The Sheriff is of the opin ion that the thieves are from oui of the state and accordingly he plans to a»sk the cooperation of of fleers of adjoining counties and states. Last week thieves invaded the Halfway section and made off with 40 fat hens from the coops of Rob ert Liskey. They returned tho next night with the obvious intention of cleaning the coops, but Li key was aroused and armed with gun scared off the invader*. Liskey reported seeing a West Virginia car parked near his place. . Early yesterday thieves invaded the John Rohrer place, at Trego, and stole 30 hens. A few hours later -an effort was made by two men to dispose of about the same number of chickens to a Middletown dealer and failing drove on toward Frederick. Newest Cruiser RT IN ANY WEATHER! U. S. S. Wichita Last of IS heavy cruisers built by the United States under the terms of the London naval treaty, th 10,000-ton Wlchila, is launched a Philadelphia. Tho cruiser wa Christened by Miss Margaret Ayre of Wichita, Kas. 3 BELOW ZERO IN WESTERN MARYLAN With this section exneriencin one of the coldest days of the sea son, the mercury falling to 17 d grees shortly before 6 o'clock thi morning, residents of Oakland an vicinity shivered in a temperatur of three below zero with snow 01 the ground. D. Paul Oswald, Chewsville ob server, reported the foregoing read ing for this locality. Later tho mei cury began to climb and had reach ed lil degrees before noon. Then was a heavy frost and ice 1'roz* bicker. California leads 111 irtichcke production. iie country in 10-Pc. DINING ROOM SUITE Selected Burl Walnut Veneered Fronts FURNITURE DIPT. FIFTH FLOOR EYERLY'S SEVEN (ITYTOJUXWPi AIDON STREETS Preparing for $100,000 in New Construction During Winter Months City Engineer Joseph Lyou was today instructed lo prepare Immediately a $100,000 now street construction program In Hagei-a- own, which will be submitted lo the Works Progress Administration. M. W. Springer, area supervisor for the W. P. A. in Western Maryland counties told Mayor W. Lee Elgin last ulslit that such projects which can be operated throughout tile winter months will be needed hero and that a street construction program will' be approved for Ha- gentown. He Intimated that the W, P. A. rolls'here may be Increased this winter. At Iho sumo time the city was Informed that It could also have tile line of the W. P. A. stone crusher. This stone, however, may only be used on W.P.A. projects. The clly plans lo llgurativcly kill two birds with one stone by local- the crusher a'ong the Antictam Creek on city land, so that while marrying Ihe stone for the streets some of the route of Ihe proposed Memorial Boulevard along I be An- ielam Creek can ho cleared. The street building program will jenedt every seel ion of the city. Several blocks in Ihe North Km!, which are covered only with cln- Icrs will be included in the pro- ect. A recent survey by cily of- iciais showed that there were ?50.- 000 worth of taxable property In one block, which never lino had a paved Btrcot. Turkey* In Doghouse PlllLADIOM'IIIA, Nov. 2-1 (/P).— Six plump turkeys (!0t inlxed up Inilllc violations and so their lives have been saved -at least tnin- porarily. Two men told conflicting stories about how they obtained the main dish for tiieli Thanlc.ifiivliiK dinner when they were nu«'stlonod after ilrlvlncr through a red llprht. BUMSTEAD'S WORM SYRUP _,.jW« remedy developed by a phytielc li practice for •iptlling large round w pin we*ini and whip worm*. Far childf*r odulfi. A mother itared thai '/^ bottle •ipelled 132 wormt. Stood the tett for 75 yean. Heaiant lotake.Druggliti.50c a bottle lit C A VOOIHHS « D . Pbilidilphli Pi DRAIN PROJECTS STARTS MONDAY Work on Iho South Potomac street drain project, recently approved by I he U'PA, will bo slart- «d Monday, It was' announced ti day by Harold R Sclbort, local WI'A supervisor. Fourlocn nion liavn bron nsslKnod lo the project. The project provides for the laying of -'7-inch 'joncrele pipe along Ibo east of Itoso Hill Cemetery side of Soiiih Potomac street from Willow UIIP to I he Haltimoro *. Ohio Hullroad crosKinj'. The ylcla per acre of cotton ll Brazil Is considerably larger than the North American average. Cl.AiiSIKIRD ADS arc »oiTd"frlon.l» to tho p-nllt-mlntloil. Tim rim-,I rnflVi, „„ Slllo Tmlnj CHEER CUP COFFEE .... lb. "" ,) -B ;;, 11 !,r-f ffis i; Triangle Food Stores SUFFER ' NOcMorfi from RUPTURE! Wo have brougni IRQ joy living to thousands who were in pain from rupture. Wo "t you here. No guesswork by mail. H. R. RUDY, Fitter RUDY'S REXALL PHARMACY Hotel Hamilton Corner Letter Brothers Annual AFTER THANKSGIVING Sale of Coats Begins Tomorrow, Friday, Nov. 26 Our Entire Stock of Winter Coats at Greatly Reduced Prices All Better COATS At Greatly Reduced Prices Entire Stock of 7 wo and Three Piece Wool Suits Less i O NO SHAGMOOR COATS INCLUDED IN THIS SALE After Thanksgiving Sale of Coats — IN THE BASEMENT — Every ladies' and muses' coat in our entire stock, grouped into two special lots: Lot 1—Consisting of Sport & Dress Coats Plain and Fur Trimmed *&!*§ Each Lot 2—Fur trimmed Dress & Sport Coats Each LEITER BROTHERS

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