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Government $7.26 In 1931 Operation of General Department* Co*t $23,229 304- Total Outlay for Mainten ance and Debt Service $44. ’ 469,174; Total Receipts $12.63 Per Capita Washington, March 1. —The BureeAi of the Census announced today a sum mitry of the financial statistics of the of North Carolina for the fiscal year ending June 30. 1931. The per rapita figures for 1931 are based on an estimated population of 3,201.000 Expenditures. The payments for operation and maintenance of the general depart ments of North Carolina amounted io $23,229,304, or $7,26 per capita. This includes $6,502,618, apportionments for education to the minor civil divisions of the State. In 1930 the per capita for operation and maintenance of general departments was $9.06 and in 1917, $196. The payments for operation and maintenance of public service enter prises in 1931 amounted to $24,173; interest on debt, $7,940,843, and out lays for permanent improvements, $13,274,854. The total payments, there fore for operation and maintenance of general departments and public service enterprises, for interest and outlays were $44,469,174. The totals include all payments for the year, whether made from current revenues or from the proceeds of bond issues. Os 'he governmental costs reported above, $14,558,800 was for highways, $3,523,577 being for maintenance and I $11,035,223 for construction. Revenues. The total revenue receipts were $10,427,133, or $12.63 per capita. This was $9,238,813 more than the total pay ments of the year, exclusive of the payments for permanent improve ments, but $4,042,041 less than the total payments including those for per manent improvements- These pay ments in excess of revenue receipts were met from th proceeds of dbt ob ligations. Property and special taxes represented 20.2 per cent of the total revenue for 1931, 20.6 per cent for 1930, and 50.2 per cent for 1917. The increase In the amount of property and special taxes collected was 174.7 Takes Walsh’s Post Bhm ■ ££*« Pi ■EjO’WK- Mg Jf;\ Homer S. Cummii'ng, of Connecticut former Democratic national chairman who previously had been designated by President Roosev-edlt as governor general of the Philippines, has been switched temporarily to lihe office of attorney general to take the place of the Hat ©Senator Thomas J. Walsh, who died lhsi^, Thursday. HOW EACH REGION IS REPRESENTED IN NEW CABINET I r:: presents at a shows three*” cabinet members part «l ue middlt rroitt Chinee the geographical tlistribu- front New york.state, three from, the n-:st(rn pa ° h tioii of tiio Roosevelt cabinet. _lt tije south, one .from the, eastern 1 wait* nOM tun Per cent from 1917 t 0 1931 but there was a decrease of 15 per cent from 1930 to 1931. The per capita of pro! and special taxes collected was f 2 1931 - $304 in 1930, and $1.20 in 1917. For 1930 and 1931 there were no collections of the general proper tv tax for the use of the State. Warnings of general departments or compensation for services rendered by State officials, represented 11.7 per cent of the total revenue for 1931 9 8 for iqit l f ° r 193 °’ and 204 cent Business and nonbusiness licenses constituted 52.5 per cent of the total tevenue for 1931, 56-6 per cent for 1930 and 19.4 per cent for 1917. Receipts from business licenses con sist chiefly, of taxes exacted from in surance and other incorporated com panies and of sales tax on gasoline, while those from nonbusiness licenses comprise chiefly taxes on motor ve hicles and amounts paid for hunting and f'shing privileges. The sales tax on gasoline amounted to $9,767 374 in 1931 and $10,219,144 in 1930. a decrease of 4.4 per cent. These amounts to not include the gas tax apportioned to the counties. Indebtedness. The total funded or fixed debt out standing June 30, 1931 was $179,091,- 400 Os this amount $110,249,600 was for highways. The net indebtedness (funded or fixed debt less sinking fund assets) was $169,400,309, or $52.92 per capita. In 1930 the per capita net debt was $52.28 and in 1917, $3.85. Assessed Valuation and Tax Levies. In North Carolina there is no levy of the general property tax for State purposes- Bank Holiday In State Is Entirely Improbable (Continued trom Page One.) are simlilar laws in Virginia and Pen nsylvania—the sudden wfiithdirawal of these large accounts can be halted, and the banks can be projected, as well as all the smaller depositors. Since it has become known that such a tew is in effect, no large withdrawn alts are now expected. BANKPOLICYFRBM CLEVELAND LIKELY Institutions There Power fully Strong; Govern ment Backing Coming By LESLpE EICHEL Cleveland, March 3—Out of Cleve land, not Detroit, is likely to come the future bank pcUlllcy of the United States. Cleveland, also, has a bank holiday—Of withdrawals. Henry Fold has taken, care of the De troit situation taking over the assets of -the two leading banks and operat ing the banks according to his own views—for the people. Cleveland has no Henry Ford. But it likes hils theory—lt,halt a bank’s function is to be a stronghold for a deiposLtor’s money, and to lend money ''V '• ■ ■ . 1 .:; • • 7 ' 1 HENDERSON, (N, C J DAILY DISPATCH, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1933 ' The New Family in the White House S' 1 Iw '' ,fi ■' -if £ H v rail. - JSm ««&<■. I \y.. _ b s JSgßk v m ~7 ■ Be! > \ ** ? President Franklin D. Roosevelt is shown surrounded by his imme diate family. Left to right, front, Mrs. James Roosevelt, holding baby Sarah; Mrs. Curtis Dali. on productive, not speculative inter ests. ‘ , GOVERNMENT’S WORD * Money w.:M flow back t othe banks and security, and commodity prices will rise, iit is predicted by those studying the Cleveland Situation, when the government signifies it will stand behind deposits. And in \tihe bill that will in some m'anner provide for that, there will be stringent regulations for banks will' be virtualliy an arm of the government. When a city with the wealih of Cleveland, that had more than a bil lion dollars in deposits three- years ago and has mlore than $700,000,000 now, even with all the withdrawals, show's flight tihe matter is purely psy chological, the bankers here Say. One young asslilstanit at a bank es timated there is enough mloney now “buried” in Cleveland alone to form the ba/sis of $350,000,000 in credit —cre- dit that wou'ld aid industry and flow back to orkens in credit that could rebuild the Whole city physi cally. Yet it( now lies buried, do Fi ma nt, legligible in value. STRONGHOLD OF WEALTH Cleveland, past stronghold of weal th, still has the intrinsic wealth. The banks still have most of the securi ties they had. Unreason l 'ng fear mere ly gripped the people. One bank paid oit- $17,000,000 in one day with out a murmur. Others paid out mil lions. . . ... In three years of deflation, one bank gave back to its depositors $70,- 000,000 out of $190,000,000 deposits! Without a whimper. Left to right, center, Mrs. Frank lin D. Roosevelt, President Roose velt and Mrs. James Roosevelt, the president's mother. Left to right, rear. James Roosevelt. El TWltatsDoitM nilte Q JvtLfctlC $j jj’j WEST END BAPTIST. Rev. E. R. Nelson, pastor. Suhday school 10 a. m., S. W. Oak ley, superintendent. Bleaching service 7:30 p. m., E. C. Morris will speak. CITY ROAD METHODIST. Rev. B .E. Kelley at City Road Methodist church Sunday morning. Rev. C. H. Kelley, pastor of the City Road Methodist church will have as his guest Sunday, Rev. B. E. Kel ley, a graduate student at Duke Uni versity, and he will fill the pulpit at the morning service. Mr. Kelley is from West Virginia, where he has achieved prominence as a young min ister, and this is his first visit to Henderson. The public is cordially invited to hear him. * Services Sunday night conducted by the pastor. “The Man God Called a Fool,” will be the subject ' for the message Rev. C. H. Kelley will bring at the City Road church, in North Henderson Sunday night at 7:30. As usual, special music will be present ed by the church quartet. The people of the communty are cordially invit ed to this service. Visitation campaign at City Road now in progress. The entire section of North Henderson has been divid ed into districts, and a captain has been appointed over each section, with, an assistant. Many visits have been made, and as a result the church at tendance has been greatly increased. This campaign continues till June. Services at White Memorial March 12. The pastor will conduct services, morning and night. He will preach ia special sermon for the young people at the evening service. It is hoped to have a large attendance at this ser vice. • FIRST BAPTIST.. Pastor, Dr. Hugh A. Eltis. Sunday school, wj-th Clarence E. Green as superintendent, meets at 9:45 a. m. The Baraca class for men, with Joe C. Kittrell as teacher, wel comes all men to their most interest ing class talks. Morning worship at 11’ a,' m. Ser mon by the pastor. Subject “Trial by Testing.” The choir will sing, “Beside the Still Waters,” by Hamblen. Com munion of the Lord’s Supper will fol low the morning service. Evening worship hour at 7:30 p. m. The pastor will preach. The Young People’s Choir will sing, “Onward Christian Soldiers” by Schnecker. A cordial welcome awaits you at the First Baptist church. ' ; ? PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Yy. C. Cummling, pastor. J. : Hairry' Bryan, Sunday school superintendent. l Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., with HOOVER QUITS IN TINE CONDITION K"jk dent Hoove i W ' House ? ■ con d i tion. His B JpT ' dai I y medicine j Wl m w stormy and fair* Httgtegg&Hpr M hL weather he- jg| ■Hk UlicV c (i to have® J 9 ■jk Mi I sponsible for In-1 Brak Jtt f§ ■present pity sicalß JS| ■k ~ i ! * v ft > ** - ' ■ liot Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roose velt, Jr., Mrs. Eliiot Roosevelt. Curtis Dali and John Roosevelt. This is largest presidential family since “Teddy” Roosevelt’s dayi Bible clast.es for men and women. Morning chur'cJh service 11 a. m. The Business and Professional Wo rden’s Clulb will bp our guests, recog*- ni'Xibg the beginning of Business and Professional W|omen’s Week through out the nation., and will l>e especially welcomed- The choir will sing “Near er My Gad to Thee,” by Gordon Wil liams, and Miss Marian Homp will sing a solo. The sermon Will be by the pastor. j The Young People’s Society of Christ'an Endeavor will meet ,at 8 p. m. and Miss Ann Watkins will be the leader. The topic is “The Prinj ciples of Jesus,” and every one is ask ed to read the Sermon on the Mount, Matthew 5,6, 7. The evening service will be at 7:45 p. ip- and will be the first service ait the evening hour. Th© young people will be in charge of tihe uslhering, as this Sunday is known as Young Peo ple’s Day, and stereophican pictures will be shown. Com© and worship with us. ? SOUTH HENDERSON BAPTIST Rev. L. B. Reaivis, pastor. Sunday school 9jjjis a. m. W. H. Roberson, super nit endent. - Preaching at ll a. m. by the pastor. B. Y. P. U. ernee* 1 ® at 6:i5 p. m. Mi!=s Helen Duke in charge. Preaching at 7:30 p. m, by- the pastor. v FIRST METHODIST Rev. D. E. Earnhardt, pastor. Sundiay school at 9:45 a. m . Worship services at 11 a. m- and 7:30 p m. with sermons by the pasttor and special music by t-he choir. Text for the morning sermon, “why Thfs Waste?’ Subject for the night sermjon, “How To Get Your Troubles Converted.”'. HOLY INNOCENTS EPISCCOPAL Rev. I. W. Hughes, rector. First Sunday in Lent. 9:45 a. m. Church School. 10 a. m., Men’s and Women’s Bi ble classes. * 11 a. m., Holy Oom(mtunion. 7:30 p. m. Evening prayer and ser m'on. A special feature of this serv ice will be th© musical program rend ered by the senior and juhior chotiirs of the church. 2:00 p. m. St. John’s Mission, ser mon and address. FIRST METHODIST PROTESTANT. Dr. L. W. Gerringer, pastor. 9:45 a. m. Sunday school, C; F. Tan J kersley, Jr, superintendent. 11; a. m. Worship and preaching. Pastoris theme: “The Compulsion of WHAT PRESIDENT IS ROOSEVELT? Will t ranklin I>, lloosevelt be the 31st, or 32ii<| president of the United States? Folk may disagree but the official inaugural medal will read the president. The conflict «> numbers «oes back to Grover Cleveland, who after serving one term was defeated, but four years later was elected for a second term. Most historical lists have Cleveland as the 22nd and 24th presidents of tin United States and. according!>, Roosevelt will he listed as the 32nd, but not so on the inau gural medal. ihe Invitation.” 7:30 p. m. Woman’s Auxiliary will have 4a “Thank Offering Service.” All are invited to this service. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. The second quarterly conference will be held. Nominees for delegates to the annual conference will be named at this con ference and other vital matters con sidered. Many people call upon the preAcher and the church in their time of dis tress, They should do that. Wte invite them to do that. However, people should not wait until they are in trou ble to give the church and the preach ers a chance to help them. How much better it would 'be if the people would ■constantly expose themselves to the blessed influences of the church and of the gospel ministry. “Biography” Topic For Tuesday Club The Tuesday club held Sits regular meeting last Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. B. L. Allen. Mrs. Kate Wat kins our neWly-eiected president, pre sident, presiding secretary called the roll and read the mlinutes of the pre ceding meeting. Sixteen members responding to th e roll call. Mrs. A. J. r?avi ; s reported a suc cessful organization} of a Junior Tuesday club and one meeting at which time officers were elected and constitut ion submitted. There beii»g n o furtlher business the following program Was presented en titled “Biography” by Mrs. Aider man and Mrs. Henry Ferry. “Da Vin ci, a Universal Genius.” Paper, “His Life and Oharaclter,” Mrs, S P. Coop er. “His Times and Contemporaries” by Mrs. Kate Watknis and Mrs. Sam Watkins for Mrs. S'ngfeton. “Hiis Art,’ Mrs. Rose. Pictures by the greatest masters of the Renaissance were shown for the pleasure ,of the club. \ The birthdays of Sidney Lanier a»d and Washington were noted by the club. Mrs. Henry Perry recalled to qur mind the fact of this year being the 300th anniversary of Saaniuel Pepsy. Mrs. Allen, our referee, gave us valuable instruction in the pron unciation of the names of some prom inent writers. The club w*as especially delighted to have our honorary mem ber, Mrs. T. R. Manning, at this meeting. Mrs. Manning is a mbst hospitable manner reminder us of our meeting with her i,n May and asked that we come on Friday, May 12th in stead of Tuesday, May 9th. Mrs. Manning mentioned that at her meet ing we wonidj have the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Sidney Lanier, Jr. Mrs. Allen assisted by two charming girls, Neta Allen and An n Upchurch served a delicious sailed Course. The cldl> adjourned to meet Mjarch 14 with Mrs. A. J. Davis. —Reported. NOTICE OF SUMMONS ANp WAR RANT OF attachment. In t!»e Superior Court. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA: COUNTY OF VANCE: First National Bank in Henderson, Henderson, N. C., Plaintiff, vs. R. S. McCoin, Defendant. The defendant above named will take notice that a summons was is sued in the above, entitled action, on the 30th. day of Janqafy, 1933, from the Superior Court of Vance County, which summons is returnable on the 27th. day of March, 1933. Defendant will further take notice that the time of issuing said summons, a complaint was filed against the defendant in which plaintiff ask for judgment against the defendant for the sum of $7000.00, with interest from January 16, 1933, due by note of the defendant held by plaintiff: The defendant will also*take notice that a warrant of at tachment was issued from the Su perior Court of Vance County on the 80th day of January, 1933, attaching the property of the defendant to wit; Begin at a point on Young Street, Henderson, N. C., corner of J. W. Beck’s building known as the Gold Leaf Bldg., run thence along Young street, N 36 W 40 feet 2 inches to a stake, on Young street, thence S 54 1-2 W 138 feet to an iron pipe; thence S 36 E 41 1-2 feet to two large spires; thence N 54 1-2 E 138 feet to place of beginning. See deed Hook 133, Page 180, and Book 133, Page 191. Begin at a stake corner of Chavasse lot on the Eastern side of William Street and 100 1-2 feet from corner of William Street and Chavasse avenue, northward from said corner, run thence Along the line of S. R. Chavasse S 78 E 510 fefet more or less to an alley corner of S. R. Chavasse on said alley; thence N 12 E 88 feet to stake J. H. Brodie Corner; thence N 78 W along line of J. H. Brodie 510 feet to a stake Brodie’s corner on William street; thence along William street S 15 3-4 W feet more or less to beginning. Book 62 Page 43. Which warrant is returnable before the Superior Court of Vanee County at the time and place above named, for the return of the summons. De fendant will further take notice that he is required to appear and answer said summons on the 27th. day of March, 1933, or within the time pro vided by law, or the plaintiff will ap ply to the court for the relief de manded in said complaint filed in this cause. This 3rd day of March is». ; ..HENRY PERRY, C. S. C. Vance County. PAGE THREE NOTICE OF SERVICE OF SUM MONS AND WARRANT OF AT TACHMENT B\ nIH JCATtON. In Superior. Court. NORTH CAROLINA: VANCE COUNTY: i Citizens Bank and Trust Company, vs. R. S. McCoiu. R. S. McCoin, the defendant above named, will fake notice that a sum mons in the above entitled action was issued against him on the Ist day of March, 1933, by Henry Perry, Clerk of the Superior Court of Vanee County, North Carolina, and that the plaintiff filed, on the same date a verified Complaint in which it claims the sum of $11,050.00 Is. due it by the defendant on his promissory notes, $2250.00 of which amount is now long past due. The defendant will also take notice that a Warrant of Attachment was issued by said Clerk of Superior Court on the Ist day of March, 1933, against the property of said defen dant, which Warrant of Attachment is returnable before the undersigned Clerk at his office ip Henderson, N. C., on the 12th day of April, 1933. The defendant will take further notice that he is required to appear at the office of said Clerk of Superior Court in Henderson,' N. C., on the 27th. day of March, 1933. and answer or demur to the Complaint heretofore filed, or the relief demanded will be granted. This 3rd, day of March, 1933. HENRY PERRY, Clerk Superior Court, HOTICE NORTH CAROLINA: VANCE COUNTY: The following persons will take notice: A. A. Turner. Grant Hunt. Miss Williams. j. E. Smith. Willie Wilson. John I^earney. John Welch. j. H. Williams, Loui^ Lassiter. C. M. Arnold- McMinns. Thomas Glover. Tuck Wheeler. Ransom Burton. J. E. Rudd. E- F- Britt, Miss Stokes. Alfred Grfssom.' Thomas Re vis. Mrs. J. T. Walters H- L. Barnes. W. T. Callis. Austin Hughes. CMie Edgerton. Merriman. H. G. Royster. Mrs. Edwards. Catlett. Kate Radford. King Hughes. Mrs. T- H. Loyd. Alfred Person. Lottie Harris. A. T. Carroll. Lee Lewis. Andrew J. Clark. Mrs. Collins. S. T. Cook. Virginia Allen. Mrs. A- E. Clan. Mrs. J. S. Morton. Ed Turner. Miss Cawthorne. William Tarry. J. E. Harper. T, O. Robertson. Lela Green. Charlie Harris. S. P. Hart. Alice Davis. Dora Garrett. Roy Wilson. R. G. Green. Conrad Sturges. Cat Young. W. Pegram. Buck Davis. Kate Wimbush. Beulah Green. William Brown. Walter Alston. R. T. Cheatham. Prince Perry. W. T. Robinson. Lee Eaton. N. H. Paschall. J. H. Crudup. Alta Ross. Robert Huggins. Mrs.. Prillman. J. R. Parrish. Cassie Palmer. W. H- Young. L. P. RamseyT - * King Hughes. M- Hart.’ Eva Henderson. Mrs. Boyd. W. M. Cook. Janie Brown. Mildred Jackson. Mrs. Woodall. George Harris. J. T. Chance. Willie Lewis. Henry Jordan*. J. S. Mafrow. Teague Brodie. H. C. Robertson. Lena Harris. C. W. Davis. Ida Taylor. A. I. Brown. Mrs. Allen Ross. Mrs. Parham. Sonny Reavis. Thomas Sneed. Willie Miller. Miss Wilder. H» J. Davifi. WJillard Parish. Veruie Hoyle. K. D. Carroll. Levi Edmonson. John Stallings. Robert Eaves. Calvin Lewis. Miss Day. Tommie Jones. Claude Duke. Richard Gregory. Mrs. Lee Gooch. Eva Alexander. Willie Peadach. George Parish. Mytrle Riggan. King Carroll. Haywood Meadows Henry Allen. Mr. Griffin. . Allen Ivey. Sterling Hubbard. A. H. Rogers. George Brown. P. A. Fogg. John Davis. Enoch Taylor. Jim Kelly. Mr. Dickerson. Norma Hunt.,, G. C. Tunstall. Joe Gardner- Green Hunt t Willie Lewis. Miss Davis. Bennie Turner. L. C. Smith. Porsey Short,; c J. S. Marrow. Margaret CJopton. Richard Ragland. Calvin Hayes. Mrs. Heggie. Mary Thompson. C. L- Poythress. Lee Williams. Mrs. J. N. Coghill Lucy P; Hunt, Presley Howard. Elizabeth Davis. R. W. Qibeon. Lucy Tart. Annie Faulkner. F. W. Beard. Charlie RUssell. L.- C. Thorpe. Mr. Royster. W. T. Ranes. T. T. Riggan. Olivia Jones. Sam Fields. A. Glover. Mrs. J. H. Moore. Arthur Williams. Mrs. C. F. Harris. Alex Clark. Mary Henderson. James Knight. R. L- Williamson. Ma f tie Wortham. Plummer Johnson. Mark Richardson. Mrs. Hpughtaling. Clarence Johnston. Mrs. Ernest Hunt. Mr. T. T. McCabe. Elizabeth Worthahi. Mrs. T. V. Vinson. Mrs. Pearl Harper. Mrs. Herbert Johnson. Mrs. W. M. Gallighe. McKinley Williams. Mrs. Roy Whitmore. Lee Johnson Davis. Mrs. R. M. Wiindham. Mrs. Noel Hobgood. Miss Emma Parrish. Mrs. J. R. Johnson. That I shall on Mopduy the 20th. day of March A. D. 1933, sell by public auction for cash at the court house door in Henderson, N. C. at 12 ■o’clock noon, all the watches, pins, trings. and other articles of Jewelry <left with Mixon Jeweliy Company for Irepairs. Sale is made pursuant to order of W. B. Duncan, U. S}. Referee in Bank ruptcy, Raleigh, N. C. and pursuant ito consolidated Statutes of North CarOiVna, sec. 2435 which statute con ferred a Hen on said jewelry for labor done and materials furnished in mak ing said repairs. All persons wishing to redeein. their jewelry and prevent it being sold will do so prior to the hour, of spile, by /paying l he amount of charges to the unders’gned trustee. This the 24th. day of February, A, D. 1933. JASPER B. HICKS, trustee. Mixon Jewelry Co. Bankrupts.