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NEXT CONFERENCE
ON RATES FRIDAY
Wwttmwl from r»c* OMR.)
until late In the afternoon, was taken
up by Paul Tillery, of Raleigh. * vice
president and general manager of the
company, who read a lengthy state
ment to the effect that the company
could not afford to make a 10 per cent
reduction in Its rates. Present with
Tillery were W. H. Weathers poo n.
Chief counsel for the Carolina Power
and Light Company, and James H.
Pou. Jr, local attorney; also a num
ber of rate experts
Tillery maintained that In 1931 the
Carolina Power and Light Company
earned an average profit of only 3.67
par cent on its stock at a book value
at $98,080,000. although the law en
titles it to a profit of eight per cent.
He pointed out that the net earnings
of $3,609,040 in 1931 did not repre
sent even an eight per cent return on
the in first mortgage bonds
skill ssststand|kig the com
pany. A reduction of 10 per cent in ]
its rates during the past 12 months [
would have resulted In a heavy loas to I
the company. Tillery said, and that a
reduction In excess of 10 per cent
would have caused bankruptcy.
The Corporation Commission has
not indicated when it expects to an
nounce its decision with regard to the !
Carolina Power and Light Company. |
SALES TAxYeEMS
INEVITABLE DURING !
1933 LEGISLATURE
I
(Continued from Pag* One.)
log trends. Two years ago the House '
passed a general sales tax bill with j
little objection, but this was imme- j
diately rejected In the Senate by a i
large vote. Now it has evidently been j
decided to try to line-up the Senate ;
for a general sales tax, on the asaump- j
tion that the House, with Its large
majority from Eastern North Carolina !
willing to accept -any kind of sales j
tax. will accept kny form of sales tax
the Senate will approve.
An impartial survey of the 50 men
moat likely to be elected to the State
(Senate —the election of 47 of these vir
tually conceded- shows that there are
16 senators regarded as already fa
vorable to a general sales tax, 18 in
LABOR DAY
Vacation Fare*
September 2nd-3rd .
HENDERSON TO
Chester $ 5.00 '
Columbia 5.00 j
Athens 6.00
Savannah 6.00 ’
Atlanta 7.00 1
Jacksonville 7.00 I
Birmingham ....: 8 00 |
Ocala 8.00
Gainesville 8.00 I
IhinneHon 8.00
Barton 9.00
Auburndale 9.00 i
Winter Haven 9.00 I
Tampa 9.00 j
Arcadia 10 00,
Boca Grande 10 00 ■
Bradenton 10.00 ;
Sebring 10.00 |
6t. Petersburg 10.00 [
West Palm Bead; 10.00
Hollywood 11.00;
Ft Lauderdale 11.001
Miami 11.00 1
Tickets sold for all trains Sept 2nd-3rd !
Tickets to points south of Jackson- '
ville limited midnight Wednesday, |
September 7th; All ohe-r points i
midnight September 6th
Baggage checked and stopovers al* i
lowed on other tickets.
For Information See Ticket Agent 1
H. E. PLEASANTS. DPA.
Raleigh. N. C. Phone 2700 i
505 Odd Fellows Building
s&boaid
’* AMW UJ** Railway
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Wife Preservers
flf j I
IfLUCISW
Have a large Quantity of suited
water for the proper boiling of corn
on the cob. Put corn In slowly so
as not to stop the boiling, boil for
ten minutes, tbea remove and serve
pipping hoc
Wife Preservers
1 Choose a shady hour ,o dean
the windows of >our home. When
the sun Is shining directly on the
window It la hard on the eyes and
slows up the work. Streaks may
also develop due to uneven evap
| oration
,
I favor of a so-called luxury tax and
! only 16 definitely opposed to both. A
j survey of the Senate made by those
; opposed to either form of sales tax,
j and supposed to be based upon de
| finite declarations by the members
: either for or against a sales tax,
: shows 30 opposed to any form of sales
tax and JO favoring one form or an
j other. This would give the anti-sales
■ tax forces a majority of five against]
any sales tax. j
But the anti-sales tax forces admit
that five of those who have declared
themselves as being against any form
of sales tax are regarded by most
observers as being for it and that they
are very “doubtful." So if these five
should desert and go over to the sales
; tax side, and In going get only one
! more recruit, the anti-sales tax bloc
would be defeated.
i The*only factor that may save the
1 day for the anti-sales taxers is the
[.inability of the two sales tax groups
j to get together and agree on any one
1 type of sales tax. For there are some
I who favor a general sales tux but who
' will never vote for a luxury tax. while
» there are others who want a luxury
tax but will never vote for a general
j sales tax.
I In order to enact a general sales
■ tax, the 16 senators now regarded as
I favoring thin tax\ must win over at
| least 10 of the liLury tax advocates
j in order to get aj majority, while in
order to impose a luxury tax, the 18
I luxury lax advocates must win over
I eight more adherants either from the
• general sales tax group or from the
j anti-sales tax group.
J Although the luxury sales tax group
i at present is larger than the general
•' sales tax group, the odds are that
, the general sales tax group will prove
i the more powerful and will eventualy
J win out. One reason for this is that
| A. D. Mac Lean, of Washington. Beau
! fort county, who led the fight for
“the law" in the 1931 House and also
| for both forms of sales taxes, will be
i a member of the Senate this time and
| is expected to lead the fight for the
1 general sales tax. In this fight he is
! expected to have the assistance of C.
j L. Bailey, of his own district, also
j of Larry L. Moore, of New Bern, and
I Robert M. Hanes, of Winston-Salem,
j who helped Mac Lean in his fight for a
I general sales tax in the 1931 House.
I Other probable members of the 1933
Senate will probably accept a general
1 sales tax rather than a luxury tax —
! which would mean a tax on cigarettes
an dtobacco —are D. W. Bagley,
Moyock; L. E. Griffin, Edenton; Dr.
T. W. M. Long, Roanoke Rapids, A.
B. Corey, Greenville; George Mc-
Neill, Fayetteville; John Sprunt Hill,
i Durham; L T. Hartsell. Jr.. Concord;
HENDERSON, (N.C.,) DAILY DISPATCH WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1932
T. L. Kirkpatrick, Charlotte; Hayden
Clement. Salisbury; E. M. Land,
Stateoville and R. Grady Rankin, Gas
tonia. Quite a number of these are
regarded as being opposed to either
now. But if It comes to a choice be
tween the general or a luxury
these are expected to vote for & gen
eral sales tax first.
One reason these senators are ex
pected to be for a general rather than
a luxury sales tax is because the big
tobacco companies are bitterly op
posed to a luxury tax that would tax
cigarettes.
A Glorious Trip
. For Labor Day
September 2-3
From
Franklin ton
Henderson
To Baltimore
Via Norfolk and Steamer
$5.00 .
Round Trip
September Nights Are “Spooning
Nights” on Beautiful “Chesapeake
Bay"
—Via—
The “Famous Old Bay Line’*
Tickets Sold For Trains 8 aad 108
September 2nd apd 3rd; Limited Re
turning From Baltimore Smdsy
Night September 4th., or Monday
Night. September sth
For Information See Agent
H E. PLEASANTS, PTA,
505 Odd Fellows Bldg. Raleigh. N. C
Seaboard
air line railway
LABOR DAY
Bargain Fares
From Henderson
TO Col. 1 Col. 2
Atlanta, Ga .$7.00 $17.22
AaheviNe. N. C 5.00 11.35
Birmingham. Ala 8.00 23.22
Charlotte. N. C 4.00 7.86
Chester. S. C 5.00 9.46
Columbia, S. C 5.00 10.47
Greenville, S. C 5.00 11.70
Greensboro, N. C 2.50 4.48
Hendersonville. N. C. .. 5 00 12 15
Hickory. N. C 4.50 8.35
High Point. N. C 3.00 5.04
Marion, N. C 4.75 9.87
Murphy, N. C 5.00 15.79
Rock Hill. S. C 5.00 8 76
Spartanburg. S. C 5.00 10.56
Winston Salem 3.50 5.52
Danville. Va. 3.50 4.78
NOTE: Proportionately low round trip
fares to many other points. Fares in
Column 2 applicable between all sta
tions in the Southeast.
DATES OF SALE:
Column 1. Sept. 2-3
Column 2 Sept, 2,3, 4, 5
RETURN LIMIT:
Column 1 Sept. 6th
Column 2. Ten (10) days
From Durham and Raleigh
Washington. D. C $5.00
New York. N Y 8.50
Philadelphia. Pa 7.50
Atlantic City 7.50
Pittsburgh, Ir’a 9.50
DATES OF SALE: Sept. 2nd and 3rd
RETURN LIMIT: Leaving Washing
ton Midnight, Sept. 5. All other points
Scipt. 6th.
Special fares to New Orleans and
Florida points September 3rd., at les:
than the one way fare.
Reduced Pullman Fares
Ask Your Ticket Agent
Southern Railway
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(take ITS (maw starched
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n \ loss 74 so stiff S
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THJ&EE JOY 151 DES THIS NMEEK DECIDE’D HE A. / I I
: WAS NX GOING, TO BE LEFT ON THE SIDE —*
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• DID YOU KNOW? —ByR. J. Scott |
™.Copjiifht, 1932, by Central Pr«*» A**ociauoa, Uc. f
Dispatch
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19 t;
THE DAILY DIsrAVCR l«j A’OtV OA
•ale at The Smoke Snop, j.
Case. Henderson CaDdy K.’.chtL
Wodman's PUa’-macy. \Mggjns hr.,.
Store, Agency. You may aewr*
* copy from any of Lhese p, a . tt
at me regular price of ftc
Everyone mu:;i have u irsor-- wu? tx
make yours PRINTING. TU
mdustTy offers except. mai wage.- r„
itructloc avaiiablfe. Monotype,
*nd caster, Unotype, Haro < ~,-u
tnd Presswork on mocern prts-.e*
full information ante the hUiiitß.s
SCHOOL Os PRINTING at i-j* j;
iOMKh 6t„ Naahviue. lenn.
SALE OF VALUABLE I AKM
PROPERTY
Under and by virtue ».f
ity conferred upon us ,n o-•-u
trust execuied by A. I)
wife, Mary B. Da use o n u,
of April 1926 and recoiihc N •
127, Page 289. we Will on Silt a •
17th day of September I“3J i.
o'clock noon at ilie Cour 11. u>r- c :
in Vance County, Ii« r.«i«: j. V
sell at public auction f«.i . .ish - \*
highest bidder the 10i;..v%,. :.o .
wit:
Begin at a point on r-.«>t
from Bobbitt io Bear Pond m.: -
<*k tree; run thence aii.r.g i .j: .-
12 E. 658 feet to a stone ■r. -o
thence S. 80 E. 2325 in:
thence S. 6 1-2 E 4-JO f.. 1 r
thence N. 85 XV. 2491.5 f* e* ■ : j:
the place of beginning, containing
acres, more or less. Th- .- ’ -
same trac' of land conveyed ny I
Kittre'.l, Tiustee. to A D I».n-. t-
J deed dated Feb. 4. 1922 end :■-!
J ered in B<K»k 100. Page .V,7
| of Deeds Office. Vance Coun'v
I TYiis sale is made by reason f "•*
failure of A. D. Dause and »-«
Mary B. Dause to pay off .?. '■ '• *'
charge the indebtedness s*-cu:r" '•
said deed of trust,
A deposit of 10 per cent will 1
qulred the purchaser a: 1
This the ll<*h day of Augur* l
C. H. Dixon, Receiver
First National Bank ci
, Durham. Trustee.
Durham, N. C.
Try The Want Ads
SEABOARD AIR
UNE RAILWAY
TRAIN 8 LEAVE HENDEBSO>
AS FOLLOWS
Wn. NORTHBOUND
108—8:48 A. M. for Richmond,
Washington. New York, connect
tag at Norlina with No. Is » r "
riving Fartamooth-Niorfolk lt-M
F. M. with parlor-dining car
*ku,
1—8:88 P. M. for Richmond
end Portsmouth,
New York.
101—0:48 P. M. for Richmond
Washington and New York
8—8:88 A. M. for Portsmouth
Norfolk Washington. New York.
N*b SOUTHBOUND
101—8:0 A. M. for Savannah.
fackaonvlUa, Miami, Tamps, St
8—8:48 P. M. for Raleigh, San
ford, Hamlet, Colombia, Saian
nah, Miami. Tampa, Si. Teier*-
kmrg.
109—V:M P. M. far Raleigh. Ram
let, Savannah, Jacksonville.
Miami, Tampa. St. Petervborg
Atlanta, Birmingham.
8—1:88 A. M. for Atlanta, ««*»-
Ingham. Memphis.
For Information call on B *
PtOOOantO DFA., Ratal gh. N
or M C Os p»«, TA , Henderson.
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