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Cincinnati Times Star (Newspaper) - March 21, 1938, Cincinnati, Ohio1 a 11 a a a of a makes your Day Complete no other Cincinnati afternoon paper has the aaa dated press dispatches. V a a vol. 90�?ho. 68 daily a Corr Sewdat Tunca a. To monday March 11, 1989 forty eight pages 3c it. Leditia Caswell is appointed Navy Bill is passed City welfare i r Ector 8 8 hoi is i by big Vot appointment announced by City manager monday. Second withdrawal former Newport executives name taken from list. Chinese insurgent forces Battle line is intact japanese fail to crack defences along grand canal. Trenches shelled i losses Are reported to be heavy on both sides. Shanghai. March 31�? xf1�? japanese Shock troop failed to crack Chi Nete defense today in a bloody Battle alone the ancient grand canal. On in drive to coast study program on Opportunity schools plan Board of education to act on member s suggestion difficulty was experienced by the Board of education at a special meeting monday in reaching a decision on Uit Glenview and a Lucreat schools. John a Renner Board president. Despite terrific artillery shelling suggested that the Board Call a meet Omar h. Caswell. Monday was named City welfare commissioner by City manager Sherrill who made the appointment from the eligible list based on the results of a recent civil service examination. Caswell who was county welfare director when the City took Over the administration of Relief last ear has since been serving As com it Asker pending a civil service appointment to fill the position officially. His appointment was announced by Sherrill after Clyde Wallingford former Newport City manager gave notice that he did not want the position at this time but asked that his name be retained on the eligible list Sherrill said that Hia selection waa based on Caswell s experience and his successful handling of Relief problems. It was Learned that Caswell had been offered Taro other positions in cease he was not named commissioner one As welfare director in Toledo and the other As a Federal spa administrator. Not in first three Caswell was not included in the original list of three applicants making the highest grades in the examination they were in the order named. L. A. Git Lett. District spa director. Wallingford and Robert c. Goodwin Forther county welfare director. When the county commissioners ousted Goodwin last the chinese Clung to their Trench Tinea on the South Bank of the canal 1� Miles North of Suchdev an Advance guard of japanese cavalry which steam the River was driven Back by chinese machine gun and Rifle fire. The japanese were fighting desperately to effect a crossing and continue their and is Nee Down the tientsin Puskow Ristway line to Suchow. Where the line crosses the Easi West Lunghi railway., Hanchang. On the Southern Border of Shantung province where the tientsin Puskow line crosses the canal fell into japanese hands japanese were assaulting Talierch Wang. 25 Miles to the East. Both sides admitted heavy losses. The fighting has been going on incessantly since the Japan started their new drive Down the tent san Pitkow railway More than a week ago a japanese Hanking Force swung to the East and occupied Pihsien in the push on Taie Schwang. Three ame can women missionaries were reported to be at Pihsien. A dispatch reaching Shanghai said a German Catholic Church at Lin Beng. On the railway North of Hanchang. Had been bombed by japanese plane before troops seized the town. Pour occupants were killed and 200 wounded. All of the casualties War believed to have been chinese. The Church was said to have been flying the Nasi Flag. The chinese said they had pushed Back the japanese at All Points along the yellow River on the Western Border of Shansi province removing danger of invasion of Shenski province. Ing with the newly appointed child welfare committee and judge Charla w. Hoffman of juvenile court to determine the Best approach to the problem this group would make a study to determine what Type of school was needed and what instruction should be. Tha Board voted to accept Rennerts suggestion. Renner and Claude v. Courter. Superintendent of schools were authorised to cooperate with the child welfare committee in a study program of the schools. This study program it was made Clear would not have the Power to decide which political unit would operate the schools but Only the Type of school or schools to be established. Triangular sector Southeast of Alcaniz seized. Quarrel policy of England nearing crisis by prime minister resistance is Strong scattered units of government troops trapped. Poland repairs Une to capital to of Lithuania Arthur Morgan gets third Chance to defend himself. Attitude on foreign affairs to be Tell thursday. Measure provides for by ing of 46 warships. Authorizes 960 Plani program Calls for Ture of $1.000,000,000. May Deal with czechs Roosevelt May ask for resignation of ohioan. Year Caswell. His named to the Job. Assistant was continued on Page i i always same answer i Albert Castellini. 1301 Park Ridge had the same answer for every question monday Quot it s a girl a the baby was born to mrs. Jane Casiel Lenl at the Good Samaritan Hospital sunday night. The couple also has two boys. River Engineer Confer a a maj. Bernard Smith acting u. S District Engineer. Nashville. Tenn., conferred monday with officer of the Ohio River division engineers concerning matters pertaining to Nashville. Maj. Smith was appointed head of the Nashville District j last week to take the place of Lieut. Col. C. E. Perry who was drowned while inspecting Wheeler dam. Look for put Onte Over who s mews today a David Law acne wait i cartoon a news behind the news new Vork skylines news or Cincinnati society. Weather rap real estate am Dorothy Dix. Women club the Beds second thoughts Rowling Golf. Is Ras Erali. A boxing a Iione beats. I. Want ads. / a. A a a the Nobbs -. A electrical exposition Section tcrx1ng the pages a dig Chiep Wahoo Cross word Rel Zatle a How top a health a the debt a believe it or not Uncle mrs Corner a a poor relation v scrub i1- turning Back the Cloa a a a britons. A Moon met Slipis .1-� Bra Lan an. A comics a i opinion Akeo at a meeting of the coordinating committee last Friday in the county commissioners office a Legal opinion was asked a to the responsibility for operating the schools. This opinion will be forthcoming from the attorney general. Claude v. Courter superintendent of schools stated that in his opinion the Job needed the Complete cooperation of City county and schools while the attorney general s opinion is being awaited he Bald the Board of education could consider the personnel for such a school. A Dwin o. Becker mid that in Hie opinion the bored should Les ref from past experiences. Corto Are cited we Are told that 50.000 will cover the Cost he said. A we know that to the past these schools Cost 80.000 a year. We have a big Job just to conduct our regular elementary and High schools and should not be distracted by this other questions the Board accepted the bid of myer. Smith a o Brien Cincinnati brokers on its note of 410,216.39 which it will receive from the state school foundation funds. The firm was the lowest of the bidders. With 2 per cent interest and a 41 Premium. Just As the Board of education was about to adjourn a Telephone Call was received from a pair mount civic organization stating that it had been Learned a cafe to be established at the Southwest Comer of Pine tree and Tremont avenues waa planning to sell Beer. This cafe would be directly opposite Roosevelt school. Members of the Board of education did not have enough information on the matter at the moment. It waa stated however that an old Rule prohibiting Sale of alcoholic beverages within 300 feet of Public schools would prohibit the cafes Selling such beverages. The matter is being looked into. Henday prance at Spanish Frontier March 31�?op a Spanish insurgents driving a wedge Southeast of Al Anim trapped scattered units or govern Munif troop Lodi in r triangular sector West of tort vellum. The movement to straighten their front for a renewed drive toward the Mediterranean was started yesterday with Aerial and artillery attacks which took the government Advance guard by Surprise. Pursuit planes machine gunned catalan engineering squads attempting to erect barricades and dispersed them with heavy tosses. The insurgents claimed a triangular sector pointed by a Lea nil Ca Landa and Torrevella. The dispatches added however that government militiamen were a till holding out in some of the villages included but that consolidation operations were under Way. Torr Velilla is about nine Miles Southeast of a cants and Calanda about the same distance insurgents acknowledged that the government was putting up Strong resistance. Gen. Francisco Francois army a been estimated at Between 100,000 and 150,000 men. Thousand of government reinforcements have been poured into the new Torr Velilla line to prevent the insurgents now scarcely 40 Miles from the coast from smashing through and dismembering government Spain. A a to insurgent bombing planes continued their raids on coastal cities striking Yem i a at Tarragona. Reus Benicarlo and sagunto. Government advice red the damage was Light. The latest Survey of casualties in last week s demoralising raids on Barcelow and surrounding suburbs placed the number of dead at 34 and the wounded at 1,37�. Some estimates put the dead at 1,300 and the wounded at 2,000. But the exact number will not be known until the search of ruined buildings is completed the Foll Chat Gazette in Barcelona announced that the Spanish government would float a Treasury loan March 24 for 350.000.000 pesetas about 21.000,0001. The loan would Bear 3 per cent interest and be repayable in two years. Other sups taken to Rossme Friendly communication. Progress reported in Parley on pact with Italy. Washington. March 21- a Quot declarations that Tva chairman Arthur e. Morgan would reject any presidential demand for his resignation came today from his friends shortly before a White House showdown on the three year Oid feud among Tva director associate said Morgan had de terminal to stand Pat on hire Fusel to document charge against Hia colleagues outside of a con g re signal inquiry. O this refusal they predicted might Lead president Roosevelt to demand i resignation or to seek his ouster. 1 3 a m. Is deadline the president who had asked the three Tva directors to Back up their charges and counter charges against each other gave chairman Morgan until 1 30 p. A. Eastern Standard time to answer Quot be or not a As to whether he was willing to proceed in the inquiry a negative answer. Roosevelt said would prove the Tva head guilty of Contumacy disregard of authority the president told chairman Morgan after he had refused to testify last Friday a a on the face of the record a it stands today the charge of the other directors that chairman Morgan has obstructed and sabotaged the work of the Tva must be accepted As True. Chairman Morgan having refused to offer testimony in denial of the Ben. Bridge Republican. New Hampshire one of those demanding a thorough Tva investigation by con grass. Declared that if anyone resign from the Tva. I shall demand the resignation of the other two directors. Besides or. Morgan tha Tva do Udes Harcourt Rector ate include a and David e client Hal Morgan Warsaw. Poland March 21�? up a Poland and Lithuania deciding not to go to War. Made plans today to Fly up and old railway Lino so they could resume Friendly communication. The polish railways ordered work begun at once on repairing the right of Way of the Wuno Kaunas line. The turn from War to peace was accomplished on saturday by Lithuania a acceptance of Poust demands that communications be resumed and that the two countries Exchange diplomatic envoys. Bide by Side the two nations had been at Odds since Poland took Wilno. The old lithuanian capital eighteen years ago. An exposition of the tasks ahead was expected from foreign minister Joseph Beck when he addresses the polish parliament on wednesday. Mean White polish newspapers reported that Marian Koed Aikowski. Polish minister of social welfare would be named minister to Kaunas Lithuania As pert of the Friendship agreement. He is a lithuanian by birth. The War scare Over most newspaper comment entered around jews who were blamed for rioting on saturday because they assert Day started a run on Banks. The 8tudents�?~ association of Warsaw by Resolution demanded that All persons who withdrew their savings should be deprived of citizenship and that the Frontier should be closed to jewish refugees from Austria. The association Youthful chairman. Boley is Sabionski. And 3t other students were taken into custody sunday for inciting anti semitic feeling. A number of jew were attacked sunday in Warsaw by Extrema a London. March 21�?</p prime minister Chamberlain announced in the House of commons today he would make his eagerly awaited statement of British foreign policy thursday presumably an announcement of what Britain would do if Germany were to inside Czecho fek intensive preparations for the statement were under Way. A Cabinet subcommittee discussed the matter and will meet again tomorrow there Eiso will be a full Cabinet session tomorrow. Despite prance s urging. Britain has refused to commit herself regarding defense of Saecho to Varia the prime Mintser also told parliament that lord Perth. British ambassador to Italy and the italian foreign minister. Count Oale Amo Clano. Had made Good Progress in negotiations for a British italian Accord. He added however that no agreement had been reached. Generally informed Lafortte James Griffiths asked the prime minister whether the United Sites had been consulted during a recent events in Europe Chamberlain replied the British government kept the United Sites government generally informed of the attitude toward recent events in a communist member. William Gallacher. Was ruled out of order when he demanded to know a what this attitude Washington merc Hilj the House approved it ods the administration s Dollar naval expansion my. A Peskey Bankhead announced Roll Call vote for passage was to 160. Ronsi passage came after defeat Republican attempt to Send g Hilt Back to the House naval i with instructions a it til a the provision for Throe new a ships. The bin now goes a the i Senate. A a the measure authorises construed ton of 46 new a Arahlee. 31 Aux Jurf a sets and 90 air planes me president Roosevelt said were need and solely because be piling up of additional land a a sea armaments in other countries a the re committal motion. By rep. Church Republican. Imp noise. A member of the naval Lott Smittee. Who has opposed Uia Tea Gram since a introduction was do Ife ated by a vote announce and a a speaker Bankhead u 27 to let to have 3.99 planes the new warship estimated in 9731.096jooo include s bets to ships. 2 aircraft carriers. A cruises 23 destroyers and 9 submarines. We a the 22 auxiliary vessels include a destroyer tenders. 3 submarine tender 11 seaplane tenders and 3 repair ships. They would coat a late la 246,451.000 a officials estimated the planes which would give the Navy a minimum of 3,000 planes would Cojac 106,000.000 a the Mil also authorise the Nat to spend 930 000.000 on experimentation with Small Swift my Mary ships aircraft bombs torpedoes and Lother devices of War. A fund a 93,000.000 was earmarked for of Striction of in Airship to rept or it he los Angeles and with which the naw would be Able to Fez Merimaa with dirigible As aircraft Carriage. A an focused the other two of chairman Tion lists who Felt the government demands Assurance he wont get a a fired if records Are shown prisoner identified As escaped Slayer advises British nationals to sail from Barcelona Barcelona. March 31-<>��? the British Consul general today advised ail i nationals to leave Barcelona wednesday when the British Cruiser Penelope is due to arrive Here. The latest count of casualties in last weeks punishing insurgent air raids placed the known dead at 834 and wounded at 1279. Say he hat wife living in Cincinnati. Prisoner leaps duct and they countered with a charge that he sought to a Rule or ruins in Tva Bridges contended there should be no resignations Unhul a full and com plete investigation had been made. Of the Agency Quot results of such an injury would determine whether any or Alt should he said As the third Avion of the White House inquiry got under Way. It a pea red virtually certain that Congress would order the investigation. Immediate legislative interest in Tva entered however on a proposal to spend 32.613,000 to Start a new dam near i hens Vitte. By. The Senate inserted funds for the dam in the 1.410,000.000 Independent offices appropriation Bill after the House had rejected the proposal had been too lenient toward Lithuania. Two Persona were killed and More than 100 injured during disorders saturday for the most part however it was a Happy 8unday. Polish troops paraded jubilantly but peacefully at Wilno where Only a Day before they were concentrated to move against Lithuania. Rome. March 21�? a the first detachment of italian troop withdrawn from Libya As a to Britain Cama Home today and informed sources predicted that now the House must vote on again probably tomorrow. It \ to in Brazil anger Hitler paper urges president show Strong hand. To renewal of parole probe Haa startling beginning. State Engineer exacts Promise in a that mix suit. Columbu8. Of. March 21�?</p a a state Highway Engineer demanded today Assurance that a i won t get fired before producing department records called in a taxpayers suit seeking to recover several million dollars allegedly overcharged the state by a group of a hot mix pavement contractors. Victor Waterloo Veteran Highway department Engineer who computed Moat at the state s Quot hot mix project estimates failed to produce records. Particularly Cost sheets called for in the subpoena. A you Promise me i won t get fired and full do it Waterloo asserted from the stand when he was questioned about not bringing along the data requested Ben Levinson associated with mrs. Agnes b. Dickinson in bringing the suit assured Waterloo that the Engineer was under the courts Protection and that he would not be Garber to produce. He then agreed to produce the records later. Charles Druggan. Who is an attorney for gov. Davey. Appeared As counsel for Highway director John 4. Jester or. And asserted uvin Aon did not a know what he was talking about a in demanding extensive record which. Waterloo said would require six trucks for transporting to the hearing room. Earlier. Waterloo testified that before last year a hot. Mix estimates were based on costs of the separate ingredients but since then a fixed Basic Price per cubic Yard of the Complete material has been substituted. Quot Waterloo said he a did no to remember whether he had received Quot gifts Quot from members of the hot mixed bituminous paring Industry inc., defendant in the suit or its executive Secretary Clifford Simpson. K l. und. Another Highway Engineer testified he attended two parties of the a hot mix association and that director Jaster was present at one. A hotel banquet. Auditor acts Bute auditor Joseph t. Ferguson announced today assignment of three Engineer examiners to an inspection of All Highway department contracts to determine whether there was a collusive bidding or padding of said they would Check Back As much As 10 years covering the administrations of goes. Davey George White and Myers t. Cooper. The auditor said state Coal contracts also would be checked when examiners became available for the Pii Rapee. I i a Lawrence Marrisa alias Howard alias Cummings held by West Unton of authorities for burglary and Safe robbery was brought to Cincinnati monday and was identified As Charles Gobert. 27. Escaped Kentucky Slayer. The identification was made through his . A circular broadcast by Kentucky authorities show Gilbert was convicted of killing a Man to Lewi county. Ky., in february 1935. And was sentenced to serve ten May 5. 1937. He escaped from the la Grange by Sute prison farm. 1 the prisoner admitted identification when confronted with his prison photograph and record by detective Elmer Lawrence end capt. Robert l. Dunning. At the same time Gilbert admitted marrying Lucille frasier. West Portsmouth a. At cat Tieta Burg by. March 3. And deserting her five Days later. Gilbert Bald he had a wife. Ruby Gilbert living somewhere in Cincinnati. His recent Bride and her sister visited the West Tilon jail bunday and identified him As the m using bridegroom. Gilbert told the police. The prisoner and a youth registered As John Riedel 23. Ironton were arrested several Days ago by West Union officials. They allege Gilbert or Parrish. Robbed o. N. G. Armoires at Hillsboro and Manchester and a Coal company and a lumber concern Safe after the prisoner had been identified monday he a Ras returned to West Union to await trial. Kentucky prison officials were notified of columbu8, o. March 21�?�? Leo Greyberg. Cuya hoga county convict called a a witness Befu the the special grand jury investigating parole conditions leaped from a window in the state Cape Tol Annex today in an apparent escape attempt. But a it recaptured when he injured himself in the jump. Greyberg is serving a 10-to-25-year term for robbery of a Cleveland bakery. He had been called As a witness when attorney general Herbert b. Duflo reopened the parole inquiry after a recess of several weeks. Upen being brought to the hearing room. Greyberg asked to go to a Wash room. When his Handcuffs a Here removed he clambered from the window onto a second Story coping and jumped approximately 12 feet to the sidewalk u prison guards rushed of tatar and seized him. A a a a a it a goal commission accepts resignation of chairman Washington. March 21�? in8 the bituminous Coal commission at a meeting today accepted the resignation of its chairman. Charles Hosford jr., effective april 30. And designated Percy Tetlow a member to be acting chair Han i sanest. A Reward of 190 a Rea offered for his Gilbert Bald he escaped with a prisoner named Murphy. They parted after fleeing the prison. A a a. Berlin. March 31�? it pm the German foreign office Organ indicated today that Adolf Hitler in Hia role of protector of germans abroad waa casting angry glances in the do recon of Btu. V / Deutsche diploma Tische Poi Tische kor respondent expressed Chagrin that the government of president Petullo Vargas was not showing a Strong hand in suppressing anti German measures in the outlying Isaiaa. The publication Bald Germany had warmly welcomed Vargas s inauguration of a totalitarian regime last november 10. Vargas recently rejected German embassy representations against his ban i nazi political activities in Brazil based on his prohibition of All political parties the foreign office Organ said measures a against German Dom and la organisations Ware a a extremely especially m Southern Brasil. It alleged that it a la Well known and never seriously contested that germans in Brasil always have refrained from meddling with Domestic affairs and have merely claimed their natural Legal right to Advance their racial culture and build up their pro animation assuming that Vargas Doe not approve of anti German measures the publication said a it la to be hoped that the president a in Voll become master of the two resign posts Kaunas. Lithuania. March 21�? t.4r�?foreign minister Stasys Lazo Waltis and minister of Justice Stasys Silingas have tendered their resignations to president Antenas Smetana but it could not be Learned today whether they were accepted. There were reports that Lazora itis offered i resignation five Days ago a before a show of polish arms forced Lithuania to Bow to demands for normalization Quot of polls lithuanian commercial and diplomatic relations but that the president would not accept it. Throughout last week s tension Lazoraitis favored reconciliation with Poland. Saturday s compliance with Poland a army backed ultimatum however affected the foreign minister s political position and caused countrywide bitterness. Lithuanian student association today declared a ten Day period of mourning to protest the nations capitulation to Poland. The association members decided to Wear Black Crape on their Caps until March 31. The Date when Lithuania agreed to Exchange diplomatic envoys with Poland As demanded in the polish note of last week there was a Brief flurry last night at the Sute opera when a leftist Newspaperman tried to read a statement demanding the government resign. Police hustled him off but a the audience cheered him wildly. British Multan Friendship a Coord would be concluded by saturday. Almost 4.000 officers and which had helped Garrison Italy s North african Colony disembarked at Naples informed persons said the Accord would provide for British support of recognition for Premier Mussolini a ethiopian Conquest through the league of nations and withdrawal of ail Lullan com aunts from the Spanish civil War through the 27-Natlon non intervention committee. To. services for former government inspector. To halt fortifications these sources said Italy would discontinue construction of certain fortifications in Eritrea which might threaten red 8ea traffic and therefore menace t he Suez canal Quot lifeline of the British Empire. Both nations would Exchange Mediterranean and red sea Mill tary information. The Accord also would include an agreement on the Boundary Between Ethiopia and British Kenya. No financial provisions would be embodied but Italy expected the Accord of open the Way for Long term Loans from British private capital for development of ii puce a Empire. Informed sources said the final serious hurdle for the negotiations involved the Balearic islands in the Mediterranean off Spain. The largest. Mallorca. 1 sri air and naval beat for t he Spanish insurgents. It was said Italy had agreed to withdraw her soldiers from the Balearic but insisted on a provision or re entering if her interests were threatened. Britain probably be a cause of French pressure insisted on an agreement for absolute withdrawal and it waa understood Italy finally yielded. Funeral ser Teea for prank r. Altman. �2, 3313 Montgomery Reaa former government meat inspector a ill be held in the Broad wed funeral Home Felicity. He died in bet Heads Hospital saturday after a Brief illness. Burial will be in penalty. The Mea Onte Lodge of Norwood Wui hold a service. Tuesday at a p. Min Bethlehem methodist episcopal Church. Wood bum and Fairfax avenues where his body my of be viewed by friends from 3 to a p. To. Tuesday before his retirement five Yeob ago. Altman operated an Automo Iio accessory business at his Home and dross for nine years. From loud that time he had been Emi by the government for 25 Yean. Born in Felicity where he was a chm in masonic circles he joined the Norwood is son i Lodge when to moved to this City. Otis to a played five believed drowned san franci8co, match 31�? a the finding of two Cap axed motorboats Quot mistake Quot and misfortune led police to conclude today that Fevo of their six occupants had perished Robert go in 8an Francisco Bay Ashworth. 19, was rescued by ferry boat craps after he Clung to a life preserver five hours holding the body of George Conrad 25. His brother in Law. Missing were Naue Bertolotti 26 Walter Ron 29. And Walter Rosa 25. Misina and Ray mond Nichols 39. Brother rat contest winners listed on Pete 22-a courtrooms and offices Hilferd governor urges state old Anions see movies motion pictures furnished by the general Meten sales corp Chevrolet div Triton. Ware shown to Mem Bert of tha it Nanna Chib at their meeting monday noon to tha Hathor Laid Plasa. Presiding municipal judge wants More watchmen. Following a series of Petit thefts from two municipal court room and the consultation room of one of the judges in the courthouse apparently Over the week end. Presiding judge Samuel w. Bell of the municipal court registered a protest with county commissioners monday. From the courtroom of judge Clarence 8praul, tie thieves stole a pen and Ink set. An ornamental Pend and several paper a nights were taken from judge Belles consultation room while Jesse Mcdonald clerk in judge William d. Alexanders courtroom lost a pipe which he had left on Hia desk. After reciting the facts. Judge Bell in a letter to the commissioners. Suggestion made to director of commission. Columbus. O., March 31�?fjpj�? gov. Martin l. Davey suggested today to Sute liquor director j. W. Miller that the state discontinue trucking of liquor to its stores instead of renewing contract which were criticised by the Senate investigating committee. In a v under Mich an arrangement tha governor Bald Quot the state would As sume no responsibility for any gods until they Are Dot varied to the stores and director Miller said later he had studied the proposal and could see no bar to adopting it. Quot we will get prices on liquor delivered at the stores and then won t have any trucking to do a the director Sal. This procedure Miller added would obviate any nicer try for re to it would not be possible to rising or cancelling the time pm augment the Force of watchmen on i with 8haw transport inc., Tor duty at the courthouse to prevent hauling liquor to 17 cents a Case further thefts. The commissioners from warehouses to stores. The Are considering the matter. Shaw firm which a Row a no trucks 8. Linee sublets the contract to v. At u Vicents a Case. 1 a unfair Frorer Ujj the Senate investigating commit to charged tha contract arrangement resulted in overcharges and the governor said it Quot yields an unfair Quot two plans present themselves in the solution of this matter a tha governor told director Miller. Quot the lint la a prompt revision of Tito existing contract on the basis or fair return to the contractor. This could be accomplished by agreement on the threat or cancellation of tha contract to Tael. 9 a the alternative la for the Stato 10 go out of the trucking business entirely. Why should your department transport the goods of the distillers from the warehouses to the a tete Agoras and agencies. The state should be engaged in As few business enterprises As Poa Ribie. To is better Pouey to fares the distillers to deliver their own wares and revise their prices to include the Cost of warehousing and truck tog John Nolan. Toubs Nellla democratic Lee Dor la a Large Holder a Shaw electric show Section is a of Milf up to a irays to me psf Al Ltd Awo. 1 a. A a

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