November 20, 1950
NORTH SIDE LAUNDRY CO.
BOARD OF PROPERTY ASSESSMENT, APPEALS AND REVIEW
Mahlon E. Lewis, Frank W. Ittel, John W. Wishart, Loyal H. Gregg, and Gwilym A. Price, Jr., all of Pittsburgh, Pa., for appellant.
Nathaniel K. Beck, County Sol., Leonard Boreman, Asst. County Sol., Pittsburgh, for appellee.
Before Hirt, Acting P. J., and Reno, Dithrich, Ross, Arnold and Gunther, JJ.
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This is an appeal from an order of the lower court sustaining a tax assessment of appellant's real estate for the triennial period from 1948 to 1950, which included as a subject of taxation its 'machinery and equipment'.
Such an assessment for the period from 1945 to 1947, was declared valid in a prior appeal taken by this appellant. United Laundries, Inc. v. Board of Property Assessment, Appeals and Review (Northside Laundry Co. v. Board of Property Assessment, Appeals and Review) 359 Pa. 195, 58 A.2d 833; and its petition to the Supreme Court for reargument, alleging for the first time that the assessment was discriminatory and a violation of appellant's
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rights guaranteed by the Constitutions of the United States and Pennsylvania, was denied.
Appellant has raised the same questions here as it did in the prior appeal and petition for reargument, which, we hold, have been determined adversely to his contentions by the Northside Laundry case, supra; and the order of the lower court must be affirmed.
RHODES, P. J., absent.
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