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Psalm 12t:7. rAYOW THE BONUS NOW of immediate payment * of the soldier bstns as a rnuui rff ; pjjnulatms? proopertty overlook the ctatus of the Federal Tceauurj-. despate j the desperate struggle the House has ! ju.it gone through with i n writing a revenue bill to bring revenues op to the level of pubftc expenditures But that Is the next probleua with which Congress must wrestle, and as soon as House members can catch their breath after their revenue bill experience Niey will take a dive into this new one. The soundest argument against pay ment of the remainder of the bonus at present time is that the governnsebt has not the money with wiuch to pay It. It would be a fine thing for She ex-service men if they could got tt*e two billion dollars and more it would take to discharge this obbgutton to them. Representative Pit—a, of Texas, would have the government dump that much more greenback into circulation, claiming that such an In flation would be a healthy tbtng for the country. Apparently be has for gotten how German and Austrian cur rency declined to almost nothing in value when those countries tried this um« thing some years ago. and their currency was worth hardly any more than the paper on which it wag print ed. No, sir, prosperity will newer be renter eel by the whole.sale printing ert new money and scattering it broad cast among the people. Discussing the argument advanced by Representative Patman for pay ment of the bonus now. the New York Times says. “Some advocates of the plan for immediate redemption of vet routs' service certificates urge it* adoption as a measure of economy. Represen tative Patman ergues that It would ‘save the Government annual payment of, mote than 1112.00d.000 until 194®.’ “How this would constitute a ‘pav ing’ it ia difficult to understand When the plan lor service certificates was adopted in 1924. Congre.ss provid ed that a trust fund be created by means of twenty annual instalments of $112,000 000 each. This would pro vide a total of $2,240,000,000-, com pounded interest over twenty years would bring it to $3 638.000,000, the estimated . c um required t-o redeem the certificates when they mature In 1945 Up to the present, eight instalments have been appropriated and twelve remain for future years. The cost of redemption in 1945, under the present plan is accordingly twelve tfcne* $112,000,000 or $1,344,000,000. “What would be the cost of imme diate redemption l The eight instal ments paid into the fund thus for amount to $896,000,000. Interest earn ed since 1924 brought this ram t« $990,000,000 at the close of the last fiscal year in June. Additional ia tere-d has accumulated since then, but the fund is still more than $2,900,000 short of the total face value at the certificate*. The Government would be compelled to provide this $2,500,000,- 000 in order to trdeem the certtftoaSes at once | compared with $1 J44.600.0i0 required for redemption in 1945. 19** increased burden on taxpayers would amount to more than $1,000,000,000. This is a curious ‘saving.’ ‘‘Mr Patman has two other argu ment* in reserve. He believes that the Treasury could stand a large ad ditional drain at the present time be cause 'during the past ten years we have exceeded the sinking fund law In riMrim—fc of our national indebt- edheas by $3,500,000,000 ’ Be also Ifainla *M« 9WBSH9 —uM Be fMfeofot fay the tfmaatce «r aw cmmwg to tfee amount required to meet the vet wan s’ claims. nt he wreTfoofcs tftw Ifaet ttmt Beauty twe-ttoirfc of the surplus •ver legal defat retirement aocumubtf fadeg tv last ten yearn has been «**—r—* by recent dMlefa*. ml thmt *e Wbfa«iin wttt MI Taw Tie* mrofo' at the present rate of speeding As to Me eeoeetd pnwit. it sfaeuM be sufft ciefat te recall th» 'eapwtimm of Sure 9*au naWotw !f ifampoity oouM be created by (nimlng paper money, Oer- Biaeir ewd Aufau weald baw been fleortßhlWg when tbe4r preawa were rrwwWwg at tap speed.” MAY r.ir kK HAtJART BATY •tfprwvWUfttve Charles L Aber nathy apparently has talked too loud ly against salary cuts In Congress RYwa seme member gat up and sag gested a reduction 9fr Abernathy fol lowed Immediately to inform his col leagaes that as for Mmsek. be was rheap at SIO,OOO which is the annual stipend of notional legislators. He boasxed that h* made $20,000 a year back home tn the neacUce of law, and "he tonpressßon was that he was doing tats const ituerrt *, and his government a patriotic service in trimming hte pay by half In order to serve them in ’.he House. Well, it would seem now that Ms •statement has drawn a considerable measure of sympathy back in his dis trict. ContMtueata may have regret ued that they have conscripted Mr. Abema4hy at so great a personal ac tiflce, and It may be tfaat soon he' will get his old job back at double his present salary. This thought has oc curred to us since seeing as how the Honorable Rivets Johnson, of Duplin coanty, mrtwber or the State Senate for several terms and before that tn the State House, has decided to offer ts relieve Abernathy of further sac rifice and to do the Job for a while htmself. Johnson announces he is a cjadulate for Congress in the coming June primary fpnm the third district, now and for ten years represented by Abernathy. Veters down that way are to be given an oßtortunkp at lead to ex press their sympathy for the incum bent in the sacrifice he is mdfog. and to give vent to their opinion as to wbetfaer or not they think he should he forced to Stwy on the Job at so great a loss in income. today TODAY'S ANNIVERSARIES 1788—David G. Barnet, Texas pioneer: and leader, born In Newark. N. J. Died at Galveston, Texas. Dec 5. 1870. 1802-Dorothea L. Dlx. who personal ly Investigated the barbarous prisons and insane aalytums the country over, presented memo-' rials demanding better condl- : ttens. gaining success in almost every case; among the greatest! of American women la our his tory. bom in Hampden, Maine. Died tn Trenton. N. J., July 17, TBB7. 810—James Freeman Clarke, noted, Boston Unitarian clergyman of bis day, bom tn Hanover, N. H. Died tn Boston. June 9. 1888. i 1821—Linus Yale, who revolutionised j the manufacture es locks by bis inventions, bom at Salisbury, N. Y. Died tn New York City, Dec. 24, IMS. 1828 Margaret Oltphant, noted Eng lish novelist and biographer, boro. Died June 2f>, 1897. 1828 —Lawrence Barrett, one -of Am erica's greatest of actors, born at Patterson, N. J. Died March 20, 1891. 1851— Lewis Cass Ledyard. one of the, great American lawyers eg his time, born tn Detroit. Died in New York. Jan. 28. 1932. T9BAY IN HISTORY. 1838 —Screw ship Sirius, first vessel of the kind to cross the Atlantic, left Cork for New York. 1925- Commercial transmission of pic tures by wire began. 1936—Gerald Chapman, "mil Hon-do llar bandit,” executed for mur der. TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS. Carl E. Gronsky, noted San Fran cisco civil engineer, born in San Joa >pitn Co.. Cal., 77 years ago, William T. Barbour, noted Detroit rftewe manufacturer and banker, born •here. 155 yean ago. John GL. Lonsdale, noted St. Louis. Banker, born in Memphis, Tenn., 60 years age. Louis K. Liggett, Beaten capitalist and Republican leader, boro in De troit. 57 yean ago. Prof. George P. Baker, noted Yale ITniverstty play director, boro in Pro vidence. R. 1., 96 yean ago. Rt. Rev. EM win A. Penick, bishop coadjutor es the P. E. diocese of North Carolina, born at Frankfort, Ky., 45 yean age. oeeepfa J. Klein, noted New York City accountant ,Vorn there, 48 years •go. TODAY'S MMBOBR. Persons born on this day have a, brooding notate, preferring to keep by themselves, and often lead a solitary life. The temper Is apt to be some what violent and the dooires vehement of expression. There Is an element of success in those lines which require strenous action. Travelling in sparse ly inhabited lands ia sometimes in dicated and persons born this day sometimes end their lives in such places. HENDEBSON, (N. C J DAILY DISPATCH- MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1982 Episcopal Women Start Meeting Here Tomorrow List ms Delegate* aid Visitors Iron Venous Parts Ot S*tfe Given, Together With ERteYtaiiimg Herts And Herteeses tn This City women from many parts of Nertk Carolina will gather here X*n«row for the Ootden Jubilee Con vemtion of the Woman’s Auxiliary of the denomination in this State. Tt is expected there will be 150 or more delegates and visitors. All sessions will be held at Holy Innocents Episcopal church, two groups of which wifi be host to the visiting gathering. The convention opens tomorrow and continues thro ugh Thursday. Leading churchmen and church wo men of this State and some from the national church win be in attendance, including one or two missionaries in foreign cowntries. Following is a list of the visiting delegates .their honre towns, and their hosts and hostesses while hi the city: Mrs. Marvin B. Smith, Jr., Burling ton, with Mrs. Bennett H. Perry. Mrs. Graham Harden, Burlington, with Mrs. H. A. Newell. BSlss Corinna Gant, Burlington, with Mrs. R. G. Kittrell. Mrs. J. D. Coach. Chapel Hill, with Mrs. S. T. Peace. Mrs. W. D. McMillan, Chapel Hill, with Mrs. R. T. Peace. Mrs. A. R. Lawrence. Chapel Hill, with Mrs. Claude Hunter. Mrs. J. D. tjuernn, Charlotte, with Mrs. R. P. Cooper. Mr 3. Wm. Van Landingham. Char lotte. with Mrs. S. P. Cooper. Miss Carrie Mclves Wilkes. Char lotte. with Mrs. J. H. Cheatham. Mrs. C. 1,. Rowe, Charlotte, w-ith Mrs. J. A. Cooper. Mrs. John Long Jackson, Charlotte, with Mrs. J. A. Cooper. Mrs, T. M. Earle, Charlotte, with Mrs. Herbert White. Mrs. Fred Glover. Charlotte, with Mrs. Chas. L. Carter. Mrs. W. C, Hinson. Charlotte, with Mrs. A. H. Cheek. Mrs. J. Baxter Moore, Charlotte, with Mrs. A. H. Cheek. Miss Emma Hall, Charlotte, with Mrs. YV. D. Burwell. Mrs. Joueph Garibold, Charlotte, wtth Mrs. Paul Rose. *James Knowlton, Charlotte, with Mrs. Joel T. Cheatham. Mrs. William Rosbrough, Charlotte, with Mrs. Joel T. Cheatham. Mrs. E. Lifesey, Charlotte, with Mrs. David Jackson Cooper. Mrs. Alex Stephens, Charlotte, with Mrs. David Jackson Cooper. Mrs. H. C. Dwelle, Charlotte, with Mrs. J. H. Cheatham. Mrs. E. H. Barber, Cleveland .with Mrs. A. H. MoufT. Mrs. I. Harding Hughes, Concord, with Mrs. I. W. Hughes. Mrs. E. K. Willis, Concord, with Mrs. I. W. Hughes. Mrs. C. E. B. Robinson, Cooleemee, with Mrs. IX C. Loughlin. Mrs* J. H. L. Rice. Cooleemee, with M rs. D. C. Loughlin. Mrs. Murray Jones, Durham, with Mrs. Walter Alston. Mrs. F. M. Martin, Durham, with Mrs. Walter Alston. Mrs. W. E. Seeman, Durham, with Mrs. L. D. Wall. Mrs. Sidney McMullan, Edenton, wtth Mrs. C. H. Turner. Mrs. R. F. Shaw, Enfield, with Mrs. M. J. O’Neil. Mrs. Ivey Watson, Enfield, with Mrs. M. J. O'Neil. Mrs. E. H. Bost, Erwin, with Mrs. W. R. Mac Nair. Mrs. W. H. Tilhnghast, Erwin, with Mrs. W. R. Mac Nair. Mrs. Janies Webb, Fayetteville, with Mrs. C. H. Turner. Mrs. J. Simpson Shanks, Fayette ville, with Mrs. Joel Cheatham. Mrs. George Gilliam, Franklinton, with Mrs. G. C. Lamb. Mrs. R. B. Coyt, Greensboro, with Mrs. D. Y. Cooper. Mrs. D. Ben White, Greensboro, with Mrs. D. Y. Cooper. Mrs. C. E. Anderson, Greensboro, with Mrs. S. P. Cooper. Mr*. Swartz. Greensboro, with Mrs. Paul Rose. Mrs. Robert E. Rose, Orernsboro, with Mrs. Willis Blacknall. Mrs. C. P. Langley, Greensboro, with Mrs. A. H. Houff. Mrs. J. A. Vaehe. Greensboro, with Mrs. A. H. Houff. Mrs. R. M. Gary, Halifax, with Mrs. W. D. Burwell. Mrs. Edgar Hartley, High Point, with Mrs. Joel T. Cheatham. Mrs. Tabb. High Point, with Mrs. T. H. Crudup. Mrs. Coffield, High Point, with Mrs. T. H. Crudup. Mrs. J. Cheshire Webb, Hillsboro, with Mrs. B. H. Perry. Mrs. James Webb. Hillsboro, with Mrs. H. H. Bass, Jr. Mrs. R. B. Jackson, Jackson, for the day. Mrs. E. Wilkins Lewis, Jackson, for the day. Mrs. B. M. Lackey, 'Lenior, with Mrs. A. H. Houff. Miss Camille Hunt, Lexington, with Mrs. W. A. Hunt. Miss Mary Spencer, Louisburg. with Mr*. W. K. Sturges. Miss Lillian Gillette. Mayodan, with Miss Lillian Williams. Mrs. Reuben Gann, Mayodan, with Miss Lillian Williams Mrs. W. A. Nesbit, Mecklenburg Co., with Hiss Annie Lee Beck. Miss Fannie L. Whitley, Mecklen fewng Oe., wtth Miss Annie Lee Beck. Mrs. Dillon Simpson. Mt. Airy, with Mrs. Sari Jeanette. Mrs. Edwin W. Hurst, Mt. Airy, with Mrs. Earl Jennet te. Miss Blanche Latta. Orange Co., with Mrs. L M. Bullock. Miss Katherine Hilliard, Oxford, at Teacherage. Mrs. Arch L. Taylor. Oxford, with Mrs. Henry Perry. Mrs. James H. Gordon, Pittsboro, wtth Mrs. R. G. Kittrell. Mrs. A. H. London, Pittsboro with Mrs. T. H. Crudup. Mrs. Lawrence Hoggins, Raleigh, with Mrs. Ellen Cooper. Mrs. Samuel Telfair, Raleigh, with Mrs. Ellen Cooper. Mrs. William Little. Raleigh, with Mrs. Ellen Cooper. Mrs. J. A. Cox, Raleigh, with Mrs. E. F. Rhaw. Mrs. J. I. Higham, Raleigh, with Mrs. Alex Cooper. Miss Florence Jones, Raleigh, wtth Mrs. Alex Cooper. Miss Bertha Richards, Raleigh, with Mrs. Claude Hunter. Mrs. W. H. Webb, Raleigh, with Mrs. A. C. Zollicoffer. Mrs. W. F. Shaw, Raleigh, with Mrs. A. C. ZoiMooffer. Mrs. E. Lee Kohler, Raleigh, with Miss BMzabeth Kittrell. Mrs. H, C. Gettell. Raleigh, with Miss Elisabeth Kittrell. Mrs. J. R. Holme*, Ralelflh, with Mrs. Henry Perry. Mrs. T. W. Bickett, Raleigh, with Mrs. W. B. Woddill. Mrs. W. W. Way, Raleigh, with Mrs. D. B. Kimball, Sr., ‘ Mrs. I. D. Scott, Ridgeway, wtth Mrs. D. B. Kimball, Sr. Mrs. W. N. Everett, Rockingham, with Mrs. Allison Cooper. Miss Heloi.se Smith, Rockingham, with Mrs. George A. Rose. M iss Easdale Rhaw, Rockingham, with Mrs. George A. Rose. Mrs. Hartzell, Rockingham, with Mis. Erskine Clements. Mrs. W. G. Miller, Roxboro, with Mrs. S. R. Watson. Mrs. L. M. Carbon, Roxboro, with Mrs. R, R. Watson. Mrs. F. G. Murdock. Salisbury, with Miss Leah Perry. Mrs. W. S. Blackmer, Salisbury, with Ali-s. J. D. Cooper, Jr. Miss Mary Henderson. Salisbury, with Mrs. R. G. S. Davis. Miss Cham Coughenhour, Salisbury', with Mrs. R. G. S. Davis. Mrs. Paul Bernhardt, Salisbury, with Mrs. R. G. S. Davis. Mrs. Ross Sigmon, Salisbury, with Mrs. J. D. Cooper. Jr. Mrs. H. L. Skinner, Smithfield, with Mrs. J. D. Brinkley. Mrs. M. H. Blandy, Smithfield, with Mrs. J. D. Brinkley. Mrs. W. W. Robards. Sanford, with Mrs. F. B. Robards. Mrs. W. Shields, Scotland Neck, with Mrs. E. M. Woolard. Mrs. Paul Speed. Scotland Neck, with Mrs. J. P. ZoilicoffeY at Mrs. Sturges. Miss Bettie Gordon, Spray, wtth Mr. G. C. Latnb. Mrs. E. E. Easley, Spray, with Mr*. E. F. Fenner. Miss Sadie Dixon, Spray, with Mrs. E. F. Fenner. Mrs. James Swett, Southern Pines, r/ith Mrs. B. H. Perry. Mrs. Eugene Davis. Statesville, wtth Mrs. S. P. Cooper. Mrs. J. W. Forbes, Tarboro. with Mrs, A. A. JSofflccrffer. Mias Marlon*Tt. Laurier, Tarboro, with Mr*. A. /C. Zoflicoffer. Miss Nan Clark, Tarboro, wtth Mrs. W. D. Burwell. Miss Rena Clark, Tarboro, with Mrs. C. H. Turner. Mrs. H. H. Phillips, Tarboro, with Mrs. C. H. Turner. Miss Kdte Cheshire, Tarboro, with Mrs. D. B. Kimball. Sr. Mrs. Pembroke Nash, Tarboro, with] Mrs. B. H. Perry. Mrs. Henry C. Bourne. Tarboro,. with Mrs. H. A. Newell. Mrs. S. R .Adams, Townesvllle, with Mrs. W. T. Watkins. Miss Allyne Taylor, Townesvllle, with Mrs. W. T. Watkins. Miss Kate Leak, Wadesboro, with, Mrs. F. L Toepleman. Mrs. Rob Little, Wadesboro, with Mrs. F. L. Toepleman. PRICES REDUCED —On All— PONTIAC SIXES F. O. B. Pontiac, Michigan New Price Old Price Standard Coupe _ $635.00 $685.00 Convertible Coupe 765.00 785.00 Sport Coupe _ _ 715.00 755.00 2 Door Sedan 645.00 695.00 4 Door Sedan 725.00 765.00 Custom Sedan . 795.00 825.00 COME IN AND SEE THE NEW PONTIAC GREATER VALUES This is the low-priced car that has everything—Syncro-Mesh with Quiet Second, Se lective Free YVheeling, Ride Control, Rubber Cushion Drive, Beautiful, Modern, Roomy Fisher Bodies on a 114-inch wheelbase and powered by a smooth, quiet 65- horsepower engine. Greater comfort than you have ever enjoyed and performance thmt will astonish you. Motor Sales Co. PONTIAC SALE S AND SERVICE Henderson, N. C. Telephone Number 832 6ttRV6<ME*. \ffff 1 o'--, . „ - w *— j, y -O >/iQO YAlto DASH j \ . M I pm— iTlTT^sgigL-IX 1 ’ 1 J Mrs. R. W. Allen, Wadesboro, with -Mrs. P. H. Thomas. Mrs. J. S. Webb, Wadesboro, with Mrs. P. H. Thomas. Mrs. T. P. Jone*. Wake Forest, for tbe day. Mt*. L Y. Ballentine, Wake Fofrest, for the day. Mrs. Jacob Qutten, Walnut Grove, with Mr*. L. M. Bullock. Mr*. W. R. BaakerviMe, W&rrenton. with Mrs. R. B. Powell. Mrs. Luna Finch, Warrenton, with Mrs. R. B. Powell. Mrs. D. P. Moore. Weldon, for the day. Mrs. Frieda Wall, Weldon, for the day. 1 Mrs. J. S. Turner, Weldon, for the day. Mrs. Clyde Deans, Wilson, with Mr*. J. A. Cooper. Mrs. H. R. Swartzell, Wilson, with Mts. J. A. Cooper. Mrs. Thee Thomas. Wilson, with Mrs F. B. Robards. Mre. H. B. Hutchtnaon, Winston- Salem, with Mre. Joe Evans. Mr*. R. M. McArthur, Jr.. Winston- Salem. with Mr*. Joe Evans. , Mre. Walter Leake. Winston-Salem, with Mrs. R. T. Upchurch. Mrs. William A. Goodaon, Winston- Salem, with Mrs. R. T. Upchurch. Mrs. John Gilmer. Winston-Salem, with Mrs. S. P. Cooper. Mrs. F. S. Spruill. Rocky Mount, at Vance Hotel. Mrs. W. E. Spruill, Rocky Mount, with Mrs. S. B. Burwell. Miss Kate Arlington. Rocky Mount, wtth Mrs. S. B. Burwell. Miss Bessie Bunn, Rocky Mount, wtth Mrs. H. E. Chavaase. Mrs. R. B. Davis, Rocky Mount, wtth Mrs. H. E. Chavaase. Mre. T. H. Lancaster, Rocky Mount, Spring Olympics 1 with Mre. T. H. Crudup. Mrs. L. W. Murphrey, Rocky Mount, with Mrs. T. H. Crudup. Mrs. R. D. Bullock, Rocky Mount, with Mrs. Erskine Clements. Mrs. F. G. Zarman, Roanoke Rapids, for the day. W. M. Wlaton (colored), Tarabor, with C. E. Thigpen (colored). Speaker*. Rt. Rev. Jos. B. Cheshire, Raleigh, with Mrs. I. W. Hughes. Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, Char lotte, with Mrs. J. H. Brodie. Rt. Rev. Frank W. Creighton. Mexi co, with Mrs. J. H. Brodie. Rev. Francis Cox. China, with Mrs. J. H. Brodie. Rev. Tom Wright, Chapel Hill, with Mr*. J. H. Brodie. Mis* Grace Lindley, New York, with Mrs. W. D. Burwell. Mrs. James R. Cain. Columbia. S. C. with Mrs. A. C. Zolllcoffer. Mrs. Joseph Hart. York, S. C., with Mrs. A. C. Zollicoffer. Mrs. A. W. Tucker. China, with Mrs. Leah Perry. TWO LOCAL BOYS ON U N. C. HONOR ROLLS Two Henderson boys, students at the University of North Carolina, made the winter honor roll there, ac cording to announcement today. They are John T. O'Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. O'Neil, and E. C. Powell, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Powell. Both are graduates of the Henderson high school. John O'Neil was one of 41 student* who made a perfect record of getting A rating on all of his studies. During the quarter 336 students made the honor roll. EXPERIMENT WITH HOGS COMPLETED I>la*ntrh Run nit, la tV- Wt W’llWtl Hotel. «V J. C. HAWHNVIU Raleigh, March 4.—The second win ter's experiment in feeding 400 beef cattle at the Caledonia Prison Farm in Halifax county has Just been com pleted and the cattle marketed at a good profit, according to George Roes, director of State Farms. These 4<ki cattle were shipped to Caledonia lasi fall from western North Carolina mountain counties to be Ted and fat tened. An average of 200 pounds was ad ded to each aninaal by the winters feeding, according to Mr. Ross, so that the State, which purchased 100 of the cattle, and the owners of The other 460. Who paid the State for the feed used, made a good profit on the deal. Politic*! Advertising FOR THE SENATE I hereby announce my candtdncy for tile State Senate from the district composed of Vance and Warren coun ties. subject to the Democratic pri mary of June 4. and will apppreriate your support. \V S CORBITT. MUTICAI. NOTICE I hereby announce myself a candi date for the office of Recorder, to *wr ceed myself, subject to the Democratic Primary. Your support will be very much ap preciated . y T. S KITTRELL.