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THE EVENING WOHI.D, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1922.
UuTDJIHQ lflll BONUS OR BOOTLEGGER? FOR TAX ON BEER AND L IGHT WINES In First Replies, 138 Out of 142 Favor This Method ! of Paying Bonus. There were 1(3 ballots and letters from veterans In the tint moll fol lowing The Evening World's request (o soldiers of the World War to say. Whether they favor tho ralslnc ofi j? funds for a bonus appropriation by changing tho Volstead Act so that It k Per cent, beer "intoxicating," ami by: P taxing tho light wines and beers. Of theso 138 favor tho tax on tight j Tflnes and beer. It Is opposed by1 four. Some of tho veterans do not ig want to take a bonus from any IP source: but they aro willing to see ffc their needy comrades have the bonus 7 IS HOW DO THE VETERANS STAND ON A BONUS OR THE BOOTLEGGER? What la tho real sentiment of the war veterans of tho States of New York, Now Jersey and Connecticut? Tho President is opposed to tho forms of direct taxation proposed by Congress. Wrlto your answer In the form below and mail to tho Donas Editor of Tho Evening World. Shall light wines and beer bo legalized by amending tho Volstead Act and taxed to pay a bonus, ending the bootlegger, tho national nuisance? Name Homo Address Rank, . Organization and Length of Service Overseas, if any. The above data is to be proserved for the record, and is not for publica tion. If you wish to express 'an additional opinion which may bo printed over your name, add it here or on a separato sheet tough going of ouV hitch in hell but to have our personal liberty taken away from us while wo wero away was wo mucni uy all means give us back light wines and beer before things go to pieces completely; many will turn down tho bonus, but at least ici ino vcicran reel tnat his services wero appreciated. 3 BURIED IN TUNNEL UNDER CITY STREET One HmpuH, Two Silll Imprla nneil at Clinton, Ohio. CANTON, O., Feb. 22. Thren tnrn wero burled when a tunnel being dug unucr cur iracKS in a city street hero cavca in tnis morning. uno man was rescued alive and wm recover. Two others nro lmnrla oncd and tho authorities fear they navo uccn crusncu to uerttli or suffo cated. Tho tunnel was being put through tho street under tho car tracks In connection with the laying oi a large sewer. wines and beer and by driving tho i "but If paying tho bonus by taxing if bootlegger out of business. iirht wines and beer Is the only jw The Evening World has oskod the , way to get tho wines and beer back, p? veterans to fill out thi -oupnns count mo for tho bonus!" t& printed In every edition lu order that I Cbarlos E. Coppola, ten months In g-the record may bo kepi straight and Franco with the 107th Infantry, nays: 7? that tho voto may bo subject to in- I "i am very much in favor of a modl & vestlgatton if questioned. Those who flcatlon of the Volstead Act, taxing g wish only to answer "Yes" or the sao of light wines and beer to fg "No" to tho question: "Shall the pay for the bohus, as you know It It money for tho bonus bo raised uy a will not only pay the bonus, but put ft tax on light wines and beers?" havo many thousands back to work again. if only to wrlto "Yes" or "No" in & tho space provided for tho answer: ij their names will not to printed ticrc. If they havo views which they Jewish to express, additional notes k algned with their names will be ro jf Carded as "released for publication" t nd will be welcomed, i Tho opponents of the violation of K the Volstead Act have said that the It' service men who went overseas do .not really reaont tho enactment of K the Eighteenth Amendment and the .t Volstead Act In their absence. Never f theless, 117 of tho H2 first answers ' to The Evening World's Inquiry saw overseas service. Of those who filled ,r out coupons 124 wero In the army, 16 wero in the navy and 2 In the Marino c Corps. t Typical of tho point of view of a jf Marine who was twenty-three months overseas In tho Fifth Marino Regiment Is that of John F. O'Brien ' of No. 32 West 98th Street, who says: "1 say pay our soldiers, the de ;' fenders of our country, not by moro Vf taxes In addition to those we are ('paylng already to enforco the Eigh teenth Amendment and with no re- K for the privilege of being law abiding. '.Iown with tho men who put the bootlegger In our midst!" - L. A. Seykora of No. 433 East C6th t ' Street, eighteen months abroad In KKfh Tnfnnfrv Third Dlvlnlnn. whln.h j was In the hottest of the Marno flght !"Ing, says: is-. "I favor the modification of the i moot foolish Volstead Act and favor -'taxing light wines and beers with ! '.which to pay soldiers tho bonus. I . . do not favor the sales tax." ' John W. 8haw of tho 114th Field LArtlllery, who was In France ten -months, opposes any additional com ' pensatlon for 'service men unless ln '1 capacitated by service. Ue says: "Wo trust Congress will not bosmlrch 'us with a bonus; I was 'In the lines' seventy-two days, and feel I have tho right to express an opinion. Mr. ' Shaw, who is a resident of Qutnay, ;Fla, writes from the Hotel MoAlpln. "I am not In favor of a bonus for 'well men," says George Warren j Wheeler of No. 207 West 11th 8treet, " who was a year and a half in France '"as a Lieutenant In the air service, As for Prohibition, It Is a Joke.' Joseph F. Conlon of No. 216 East 70th Street, a Sergeant In tho lGBtli Infantry, overseas eighteen months, -wounded- flvo times and cited, says: "Tho tax on beer and wine would meet vory llttlo opposition. Tho tax collected would more than pay the bonus and every ono would bo happy again. Less crime and more respect for law would come out of It." Eugene Qlovanettl, No. G8 First Place, V" Brooklyn, eleven months overseas with tho 105th Field Artil lery, says: "I am very much In favor. of taxing light wines and beer, for It Is tho least they can do to help straighten the condition of many a vetoran's family. I am quite miro (Hat every veteran I know Is of tho same opinion." From one bitterly Indignant former Sergeant of tho Ilegular Army who did not got overseas and resents It with a heat which might get him Into troublo In the service, comes a letter asserting that tho only profit to come from tho legalizing of beer would go to tho brewers, and the samo people who have tricked the soldier so far by juggling with tho bonus would use Delicious Any Way Try Ferris Htm any way baked, routed or boiled whole, fried, or broiled in thin slice by itself or with other foods. You will dis cover something new in tho deep richness of tha old fashioned Ferris flavor. Fa mous for sixty years. P. A. 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