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   Oneonta Daily Star (Newspaper) - March 5, 1930, Oneonta, New York                               Oneonta ..Daily Star lOC OKUMTA.N.V, 5.1! leisCrnxbde Their Week af Repeal Talks 4 UK-Tbe MM Back Of Wheat Plan, States Every Y Dn s to Have Turn be of I deurmmtd to bate of mum for He tax dmmr. Tbe Mamma of con-' tbe 14th tax! of itate total Uimg ot-' Will Faee Senators 3} II M e ilummittee Their Views II Wmifffc week m wnjen to at PCMOM mmnod wtu abom lit Aarienhnre par cent of tbe tax burden, with- real! _ _, boring UK nat. lie urged revi- Friday the Senate Takes Filial Vote on Sugar Today I Juffirial Brteal. of 4NMI in Fetv marjr IO.44JO Cain 100 Killed as tyankmeni rf River Breaks 1.76 to 2 Dickering9 i Aftaajr il -Uir X ta Mew York nm Pewmary. >y m rottrut u Ymi ut j Tana iaj SdjaUlbrm Water SMCT'IM liatu !M> Oalrr H. Hutttn aa Men Kve's Propotal i of tht whok tan wire not only but i ,_ .____j And Mttltbt Mwanta Ihe! 4 doom finance the UMUd States' tarkmtag tour wmn- Chamber of fnmmrriL tul timliwn .1 teventh and mat day ot! watfl> nart concerned orer tmued lorwnmaod today IT "VlT, "tal toereMtag tawden ot and meal' Wathtaguw. wtth Cbakman Alexander j tarn upon UK prodntUtr energiei of the H. Ugae tftdaritic Uuu rreatd-nt Hoo-' tw fw repeal of the Itth lemA ver suuarely behind the board -at; Murh 4 Inn >M haw M do It W toot at two MiwMllal and ate aooey la ris but. A permbar ataw tV 4MB that rw MI; UK read in roar dlMaarhea, the dam u ovlit on the tower of UK Apache Indata rxoiiiUuii. and thr walrr aU to b> wed the tribe UK vhlua. la fact they mm- ed the Apaehf'i out of tht YaUry the water ta backed 19 ta. aad MewtJ It up nr irr rirHTlI. Ua i------------------------------ of conspwacy. raeketorrtev, propwd to devote, an Imprudently large turn to th? rood without above. TlK only way the Apaches VM dm." drunken part of our produrtrve enema to oublie wtauowfT." trt any goad out of the dam drunken young part cr'-wJfd. iwrts. to argaiot tbat UK to out- M 12 or 14 per eent of nne the board's pottdea, the rtHtnwui CrahaM of ute tOBWBlUee.! UK national but rMber be had not acquainted htauett wHb i phiudflpliia livjvr. M. cnmaxed ta termt of taxes being more than cue- tnct of Ihe motatiao by Senator C.v.- tv Croooucuu prohibition an' of bnuhiiai proflta. exceed- P. Nyr. RepubUemn. Itorth enema to public Scheduled to go agneukw tummmet OK E-r-r t- fcforttd. Mto an of that be took on opening ol the bearings, evoked cbecra from Ute I me btduttnr After another. io utUft; kixt iMftefM a coolroi- ttof Itcur to tianajnctaUoa eortt.' Ptdarlnt hntinrai h curtail (OKAteBntal funcdoos to eat the want a congressional to- ol the aomtatKratton of the rtUti tr.. TL- cftTmitar poc- pooed consideration of the Ifyc reaolu- tten today until ttw weekend, infomwd that the wanted the of hkmetf and Sccmary Ar- old vtxae platlonn carrKd a atrict btw flank. Tomomnr friends of tnnrftd committee' ram which __., by the pounding of bk gaveL j efand tbur af. Hyde before proceeding wtth ended the pmeatatton of tMtt-1 be mid It wanted taateod to make reoatadea, chairman Legge tmtteated BOOJT by opponents attacking tbe It-year- expendtturm produce fun value through! oppoot an tavesU- fnnmmt. on tbeflmanntvermry -nd, tested but relattvety ignored ytton but said tbe board wai extremely of President Hoover, (fcvlDm as bimcettoK. eo far' tnat dny of ijivesttzatioii pnfattr praomahl. wouM mon delay to the proeiem at of tban. and they abo win be wSvemment.- andj The order batttot UK purctese I hmyit mrbut tbe loan u coonerauves The drjs cill fiat prttent Or. Danlel'c. Oeriacn. ernmman of UK board of isutted, Legge Mid. from a tremendous A. Poling. New York, pnatdeat of Wmtebmter county, on.twh vbeat to toe terminal markets. H tor ffMKkody a tray I for U run up mil. And they wondir why the Apbefcm are mlM. One uumuuy nmtadtd me of a M tobacco teot ad. Mr. ____and an Apache cMef and a Plum cmef afl took a wmff frmu tbe same -woe. tbe b-dhuil dhtn-t bat an eye. bat OkMn coughed tp over a carload worth. The dam win open up l.aat.aao acres of new land, ai.1 tbare kt IjtttJDt starvtoj to domth all over oar country on that's all ready opened. So it aU djpcnds on where you litt and bow you look at It. owt at today's j-nton vt rut Ihcormg brlore the Pubne rum- Bnt Smsai to decbne I CanlcntJBn Not The upponmu of the tueber r.-.r If Uf 4 tnctr on tertral pouni: IL-I mmf the company's valuation, seeking to Spare on Resnlt tvt WIMrh u" 1 Ir-lurn anowed by federal court would be evtmikhML i _...._. w The rompany prambrd to furntoh tiw Itarrh 4 A fin.1 in vow on an atMipt 10 inmw trt- Spertol Deputy Attomry Cen- ta the senate .111 be takra to-. rennTu MM Utts wai- at p. m. .rtth working capital and as iueh would be! ceomg a owe deducted from the wwktag capital The sugar tariff up whh.h today M tbe senate compMfd nearlj That the opponents of the higher rate to Get A- I Brcia Worried 11 in .Msderia the dally paruKitu total Pnnrr. Mvrh 4 r Tlw atenry reporiM iw iw t-rtjocu bad bnn killed ben on the Uraded rtirr Tarn tt town of H-iuw. U mii" of Th- TMer into vxUoni of tlw tewn. of Arthur J. W. work on UK Havley-6maot In what b) knovn M  birod tbe! M> the Jt an uuportant moudy ahortly after T p. m. to a motion j mil-1 fit TIMC Rftcme 6OU .-that further I skm be deferred until tomorrow with the! owfconi paid more than I1KJM. Toutowe. March 4 riven widen bam Aoodtd MWb- inttruUonal CTirHtlan mnwr o( Colorado, and FMrfcfc OHahan Unisvilla, Kj, a >vor kknt tu' the Wo iitce uokn, M Chrtatlan Temper- ooc tbome will Red House Still Unthkum. Democrat chief of bottte iti coouoiuee. today ftrttwed tbe tntl-; Consolidation nmoj of the previous wbo demaoded repeal of federal Isvs aul mctoratmu of atata etted the Muliiuiiij of m 5. D; muW-milllObaire todastrial- tst at WUwington. Dei, and W. W. Atter- bnr of Ptf.lartflahK. pnatdent of tbe railroad. by ertiinton. turrets, farmer wM members of Tbe parpoae of the order was to pre- vent an embargo which threatened to develop on flve tefmtaal he! rather than to place independent grata deatan wno protcated to ouopetaUim that were from U to 13 above tbe cash market. Tae chairman Mid tbe order taken tato mnalrteratlop tbe protect of country of tbe farm the terminal markets 'tagof tht agitemmn commttta convtacod UkU tbe grata tbatbe ABmny. March 4 battto wagod were sulbig "to dbcndlt tbe farm bowl stoce tbe advent of baani and and tbe farm reflet act." good roads to mve tbe bttle tod acbool, Tbe mmmWot abo oan- afibowK fromjwhat beBere today tbe rexototionof Senator sflnKD Hate con- tral und-r federal atgKrvMoo. toe BOjnor lo be dlipetued to federal dtepetuartei catr. He appealed to ktroe. which credttad wttb driving   bear the Graham bad to rap for order, and Bep-' Ohio. lloore. Ptteted that the mat memben ol the oat have u tba UMT left UK stud. Ctiatnnin Oraharn premfited proteat tram his penonal phjhkmu. Dr. 8. Soltaj tttUon of to one pint every M thooslt tte pauenfs We nmy depend upon a tmter amount. Onbuu the Vol- tcad law provbdooi cavtttvtod a  liniHHotlni bad re- la tbe dhmtaal of tbe Kaawat of tbe Dr. Stewart ot Hooktaa unttcnl ttsttaed that nund Suffolk VacascyK.' Declares Law Provides Gov We wbo MM to nave left to tbt Queen of Spata. hold I am entttkd at ta tbe M nqr mMbrr. At OK Taft Continues To Show Gains BrmsrHUf BeenperatiTc Powers Carries Him Tmm Day Takes Most Nonr> iskmtent in Week Washmgma. Ham Howard Tuft P. nw If tdi had mw at fM to bare and to at any time ta post week. March 4 rt- of WnHam Howard Tart today carried htm Mfery through anotber day of Us sertooi IG- oc- no Be rated cmMoaOy. The pravud (teodfty tbe crtttctl otmit week. Wnfle Feuds R. A. Cbjton tonHnuad warn as a re- sult of tbe gates made by dw farmer chief then- offldal baBetto Mid: condition of tbe jusUce ta ____________IBM a fmal vote would be: reUrement program for j en just ta 1 o'ctock. Each tide will wonkl Imle Ito rcaeve axumty tor SM given an amount of tinw for am-! ment undo- the agreement. Seuatnr J. Walsh. the opposition to a proposal of Senator Utah, to ta- irtater than for any year 1IM. VUlemur. Companv repretnta. As the walen kept Hataff. the teetory Uvat denied the company held back on [appeared U ki reUrement cchedule to Influence looked rate caie. the odtttng levy on Cuban raw augur from to 2 cento a pound acdi 17 j A f. bad omictaded hi. prmentoUon when BiDfJS Lite AltCF tbe recawj moUon was put. FrevJourty the mate had voted over- 1 to rrautn to It bod a motmn by Senator lOtam o. South ChroltaOo re- CwmmmlHlL Then tbe tar- wmta OM, VteStaJa. to pmtiid wMb other nlm and mt mmv eo ever. Pat Harrtmn. Democrmt llto- EDpoaml to retota the es- tm WH approved. to M, atvcral ato. lauyueul Defying Posse Insane Man Points Gnn at Son for Before Lat- ter Un- der Floor to Snoot Self Wellmlk. March 4 to thedarknawi bumalh floor of a ta tnkl tllmat, ffemwf, 42. mmate of an at Wadmv nitfcj tonlgbt wtth a it. know whether I auftto; tbe ftaance nearly Constable Warren Ives of WeUavUie sotfered wound ta tte kf when was struck by a stag from Famey's gun, when to show that beet ta' tnn. nM Senatof WabaX ta opposing the toiriaat to two a poond. recall- j idue to a paraitttc fly which bad attack-1 ed beet pmnttaga ta thoae and not tarttf. Aa propoMd mcreuse. he. he eouM not UK IcJJc of tak-; avmey of tbe of wheat and other to swefl the kUcben of tbeir ttttk at tbe ta and to Ukc a from tbe effects of the tear hb> ejcape when bit father, oter- then were tewex vjaHon to the HwJdmct. Will Discuss Subs At Confab Today WiD Take Un Smb. jectn. London. C-tM A. ka< Of 3 Me., Missing crawled to an imc to an air 4 T. reported of Mt Hrpmne ta Ban ycsterdar, wtth the htm tftat he waa to take Arrowhead today wttb bmmed tor a Sre ta a nftaary Ibat oc- Tber had been un-; cmred a few mxki ago. For four Wot- be bad been barricaded ta Tbe UK ewe and battle I-M of an iHtain to eject Ftum-y from through fleU UK MM they model _ of OK area, but MW of to crew three ta any of UK deep Atr of tbe search of Urn by owwtane and for jibe Umt ammdrnKd further to UK amp by Stall Act Latter Hod Already FILM Post Star Shot Dead of Fi At S-wg Wil Cease iftyamnfMnBiam.----' As He Street Brawl lot 11a.m. March 4 TmT Uwimwc. fanner Tmane untvmfcy foot- pmyer from Okhdsomm. WM shot and tauUw (p Tardien Expects Gmf idence Vote Naral Deletjation Will Lea-e Thnrsday for London U Pre- Upholds nuer's Covemmrnt by Mart fBHtval bere today be tte ranks of a martir of on tbe wttb a gang of Itareb 4 Prencn naval tt mm renUal four-day bright sunshine UK I It was the gmtteat and of a century ta southern FranM, Twontr art teSevod to bten Imt and j Tun. the damme, and amsn ntum i me with u fupbttty that WgtL A crumbml tato Tarn, carrying with tt. Tbe Turn root M) tort own the cfliT and m MB. Tm) of ttw Boy Ctdhy Of fJurnr 4 fnrrt jury tmmy retonwd a verdict of gmtty ta of Sttfben mUMei gree- Maj Peter after a ban Ogtat. Maj. wttb two otlier bors. wu en- by ta city wagon, atruck ay oce of UK WbM tbe ammmn left womw to a n strotgle tbe nmn was fatafiy IUMMU. Tbe boy a HI n of 1 1-3 IS y Thursday momrag if tbe Tar- ed ben today rth   

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