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State Revenue Colleetions
Contiiiiiin«i To Run High
BV I.VNN M SHI I
Dail> Dispatch lti:rrau
"Ritltfiîiîi. \μπι H .. , i
stale revenue department on ae
i'i>lk»c'tion> shi>\\> sink· i'luino
I uimr.i; tin· upu ai ' η tni ι Uii>
ι *d early in thi" » 11. it. ν
! : *n and t« half tir« j m «.■<.··
!:··■·. the record set ..-î vim;
f :.·:<·«i général and ft:. Ir.w. · ι \
« fipts ίυι Maivn t..κ t : ;.·
r .· ·: »· titan a null it : : .. : .· > .t
!..» * iibwe the ai^.v.uytt· ! M
. ,· 10# Major increases were
aM'line and : ι u »t « υ \ . .. V ·. a
Tax experts hâd ai
ι ! i ι ' · i : i : I j ν · me t ·. ι '··. =.·»■·. .· '
j.· ■ ' surprised. 1'he >urrr
''· >ιv j· the iact :iu«: :
• -'li'î.s i'f the fiscal yea:
··:»■ · the nu t'ire mx > λ '
] ! ij>.'tieally the same.
•. \i*v mmped π■■ Te tr....·.
, - Λ< e>u!t · ·ί -
euort >}:■ . r.
. 1 Vt'.i: .. :
1., t March ; but toi he
tin *. it; ares were >_ "
n-cei\ td.
ιi i&iiiumil , · <
I\ eti l'ompariM :·
i-nr riji March U !Li44.
! ; · ι·.1 >hu\ved increase »f
. t·. the previous yeat
tTOilSfc* Was 4.87 pci tfiif, .
Iur I'rutTipt. ( nurtcous
Τ \XI SKKYHT
PHONE 201
POOLE'S CABS
Day and \uiit Scrv iι <·
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WAR DADS TO MEET
ON FRIDAY EVENING
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Stop At The j
TEXAS
STAR
—For—
! TEXACO GAS AND OIL j
LUBRICATION
FIRESTONE TIRES
WASHING
POLISHING
TIRE SERVICE
Cor. Viulrevv-. \ve. ind iiariu'tt |
.1. I.. "tluridv, Mgr. I
JAMES C.COOPER
hi WI SI
râ^INSURANCESè^
('*··)' PHONE 204 J
HENDERSON . N.C.
» USED
sa CARS
\VI r.W «1*ΟΤ ( \>!ί
CANDLER-PALMER
MOTOR CO.
Studebake· Sales and Service
Henderson, V ( l'houe 452
Our New Series Is Now Open
Let us know how many shares you want—
We arc in por-ition to make you a loan to buy,
remodel, refinance or build a ho ise.
We are now making' direct reduction loans
Let us help you with your iinancing.
HENDERSON BUILDING &
LOAN ASSOCIATION
Irvine B. Watkins, l'ri"·. \l. 15. 'Vcsk-r. μ·γ. and Iioas.
CUCUMBER
SEED ARRIVED
Cucumber growers are notified that their cucum
ber seed has arrived and is ready for delivery
and they are requested to call and get theirs
when they are in town.
Those who have not signed up to grow cucum
bers are asked to do so at once. The time to
plant is almost here·
COME TO SEE ME
C. T. NETHERY, Mgr.
Brookneal Pickle Co. Henderson, N. C.
SUN S BRILLIANCE IN A "ΠΝΥ TUBE
BRIGHTEST tIGHT YET PRODUCED BY MAN · t . . :'■· ■.· h
by Ε Urn Parsons is one-sixteenth brilliant as the sun's—'toe c'
ïo toe νit wed by human eyes except through the darkest glasses. <■
eral :·ι a drop rf molten m< tal by an entirely met? principle of "ri
mented" lluht, the concentrated arc was developed and recently demi
strate i by Western Union tele jnipk CY·:. vnny. (Intern ition
9*a«h WASHINGTON
Republicans Plan
Po::'-col Capital
Reconversion Laws
Lacking, Claims GOP
r" Re;·
Si'· ■- ■ ■■1 tj Ci :'trsJ Prex
Αί-'ΗΙΝ· . : · ·Ν :'·''·> <:· r' ".·.! t·'' il;·· !'■!'. 1 . ·; -l.ll
vear out of the apparent failure of the Democrat!·· majorities
:./!<·.-s t» funi :
ν .π.· ι - '· ; la,.· * · : ·!·· ti;·· v· vr· t!.·· I ·.! · :' the
:j a.:.!H··.·.-·!:.·:. :· T'.:.- r· ···.! ip ti: · pr>-st :·! t :r. is one
.· , ! .:■■:>!■! ! · V. : saMl : tl"!l ij
I
in J ·.* . il 1 r-rvr: . v..'! 1 a tell
• . :· v\.· !i t : ν. rs I.· ; : .ιin
.ν I . : ! ■ : a 1 ' urn ! ' r v. 'T. ::."· ,.ί t· . assert
.: t..· 1 '· "··.':■ | irtv. ·· : ' '■ ■ ■ ■ r<x«>r»l.
Γ: · ν art· .:· · t.· récif · as !·:· : · : th.··.: 5■ c»ïïît
" f. s. : . : t- ut' l'ii . . ■ i! t Trin m t ... r ι η the
■! ·■■.·:■..'■ u 11..t.· · :' ■ ' . î.mv.· tvcom
r i ·
^ Leading Republicans te Cïmgress beli-w they
i-'.'-a ·■ jgajg have .! ι ex client chance of capturing control of
th" " '··""' i:1 th" n.ivi ι·,ι. r . i· it · it
'-..a 1 th: -Î ■ I ! ] · 1;·; .!·:. ..11: . ,·„■ I··.:. HI
fess control nf th·· lower chamber sine·· li'.:i 1
..«wr
The Capitol A Ri j ubhean .-'·· >·» ρ in t'v
tio'-.s this j:;ir would be w: ···:>·
...: a ν. to:y 111 t!;·· U'ls { ·· -■ .· nt ! · !· · ' :i
■si..Il it
9 SOVIET RUSSIA'S "RED HORIZON" an·I what may lie l·, yor.d
it «ι'Ι I .· r.'.ίρ> nsihl·· t r "Xter. ;.>n ■·! the draft I
l·:. ;.·!.■ United Statea^RUssian relations became tense, most pbliti·
cal observers conceded that there was hut a .-inn char.ce that
(.' !· ...·..!·: vote to c\U : selectiv. s, rv.. e t.. ye::·', the May 15
e\pi! 11 ion date
I vit I'1' udent Tr ii;::iii · ;·!·.. 1 ra; ··:';.■ · : th·.· m.-mlH τ s re
portedly felt that, with the wai over, the armed services would be
sust · ...m a voluntary ! ..-is
That .ms the position ot Chairman Thomas ιD) Utah, of the
So! · Mil.; -tv A:. ::·«·. :·.·;!'· a: ' » >· ·:·;·· to'.t th·· p. -ition
1·! t ,·. Ma;. : « Κ · r : ■ 11. Millt · t y At! a is
• However, the" Red shadow extending across Europe and Man·
«>.· · ; ι !..ι::μ< : t.·.·· p;. ' ir«·
The belief now prevails that in order to live up to world com
mitments and preserve her own security, the United .States must
r. main n. . ; h t m jr t rim.
It is j : .1 able that the Draft ·■■ t will Ι·ο oxter. .· ·! for .·%;·< months
lin.!· r a t .11 introduc· d l.y May
Backers of the bill point out that the act can be re-extended
again and .,;.*in until t.v »·..·:·! I is more settled a.nd th·· ci ·υ !- of
possible v. 1rs vanish.
* * » *
• A STUDY OF MONTHLY PRODUCTION figuies t r th.· entire
Ameri. m .111 ta ft Industry t-r 1U45 shows why mote than a mil
lion men and women who worked in plane plants lost their jobs
after I!·.· c<>lla;.s·· of J.t; an.
In January. 1945. Amen· an plan.· plants turned · ut 0." ;5 fighting
aircraft of all types. The peak for the year was reached in Mardi,
when 7.053 were produced.
Even two months Ot .it Ja; in surrendered."th· cutbacks began
l.-ecause the I'ac.lie eiamy ho'.'.. ·! i.■· desire to ti !
the skies. In June 5.7i'l j la- - vvcri produ Aircrcr't
In July the total <h . ·;.[). .1 11» 4.7M '
During August, when Japan surrendered." . : 'y n us'rV
2 869 planes wi re ' m inufai turi i Phe ftrst : 1 Crippled
mouth of peace. September the total was si:.·!.· 1
to 7i;>; Then the .a. hue was rat : I ^ October, 45-; November,'249.
and I .. . ember. 245.
This year it is expected that only 2.000 military planes will ha
produced t.ii" the entire 12 months.
Aviation experts feel, however, that the aircraft industry as a
whole 1 , - ν be crippli ! so badly th .t it will take y.ars to reassemble
lost technical skill in case of m other emergency.
THE OLD HOMETOWN - ·· By STANLEY
Tri-County Group Is Given
Peace Program By Greene
that inu>t i.il.c
up the challenge < i worldwide ptwc
. ..! Ί (lu· V . .11 111," ; Ull
t * t lui I. (ιΐι«.·ι ι the Tri
t · . li. . a - I'hih'thea Γιιιοη
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« · ( . - ' I 'ill I'll"IiIt'll. I .111 I
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1 1 ! people. rill·»·
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. . :. ' ι · ' π I ,m l
: ergj and mcny . thcns tb . took up
ι i'.i.U ■ !.. a* 11I ui iit ι. rwurd.
Πι mias K-.v-t. r, 1.;' (Txfprd, piresi'
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Gaedncf. I in· (ifessnge uf welcome
•. :·.· ·■ \ :■ ■ ι I ■ Γι. ( iai 1e!I.
• ι . .. lit ι : ι · Κ ' : · ι·|| lia; ai a 1Ί.1 -
Κ ι ι I >:i 1 ft . ill. anil tin
response was given l»y Η. Λ1. Cttr
... .Jr.. 1.1 t i\lurd.
Toastmis tress foi the occasion was
Mil! who pi ο. riitod
' t . .η.; c 1 . 1 Alix·: t IJor
I ! !L'h ί rilnite Paid
I < > ( :C( »r«^c Stephens
( Hi |.i H \|>ril 3. Tlu· death
\ , I 1\ o! (il'·' r a «·
s ( ι ■ ί ' . . ι· .ι lor and
( ' .ii 1. : Ir and ! ittT
ι · · man;It ' ..In mi
am ; ι* .ι.'- '-■>· |) i? spu.tl.u 43Λ0
• ·· ' \· ; : : l'ai4· lina \\ her»·
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i1 ; ■ .·.
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·..·> I S mdi : ami
. ·'·.(· "· , · ' ···:'.·! . . to. . y psti'l
M St, .·· ην, 'ν
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• * ' 1 ('·■ ι the l.'ni
< · .·. ill.'! It1: t
I > ! ' I !>
» th« Univi'i t y it th«
time his death, Mr. Stephens h;.ri
η y ca
W, ...... . , ;·
' · -' · _ ··'·.·.· d -
1 : ;ht raj id ph.ν ·■ ai expansion of
' ι 1:tJ· ! MMT-.'W ..· -iTVfd as
\ -
a" .· ' t ; ir ' . > mu n'.iicr
: ι ■ · ■ ■.·.■·. ,. ■
' lin·
class aitiwllug each commencement
ι : . ·,.! ; .. c I i on ■ : ad
ualed 50 years ago in June and
' :· : t vt· .. liait i ί en nvak
: 1 ·· H.< >·ν. :ι â'i-v>· r.·
imi iii He was president Jij
al .η.!,· ι 1; ss.
VETERANS' AGENCY
NEEDS PHYSICIANS
T* irty · v-a-i ■' - arc ηcode· 1 for
\" e'er; > Λι|ι· r.i-t ration rating
■ a. ·! !n the fîa h'i.ond Ππιΐ1· h area
;■ increasing backlogs of veterans'
r 'v t'luiin art· to t>o cleared.
11 ■. .. π i r T ' 'atement 1 May by
Dr. W. K. Southward. assistant mod
ira! di reef or ι f the branch office,
[i r a !■ ·■· the ι >rting -alary to
$5.180. relaxing of minimum physi
cal standards, and new working
ir- , , ι ■ : : ι".re· · *: 11 changes
which 'aid ake '.ho positions
ι; .·..·; ,r y Κ .· : a' ■ older d· -
tors ·.'. i.-hing to λ 1 :.draw from full
'.■■ ο ! ··.!·.. '.te r :..·· th>'so
•.••'no λ i.-:i dovo'i i.nlv ·. oar1 of
1 h· ;r tin e Ό rating board service,
Γ s · w · i :
Regional offices .η RoanCke, Va.,
Baltimore. Md.. Washington I) C.,
Winston-rSalem-, Ν. Γ . and HuntVg
ton, West Va., ai·»1 authorized to staff
:.rds in tie -ta'.es Each board
r nsists of a - c(ii al. a legal, and
; η 'i r r ational niember. No dif
ficult ν lias 1 een experienced in fiil
ina ta· latter 1 wo p<-ita η s.
MEMBERSHIP SOUGHT
IN NURSE MEMORIAL
W,.·1, ·,·\ Λρπ! :·' -Several hun
dred War Nurses voluntarily have
applied for membership η the Xur
>e- X;i *.. ! η.. 11 M<ni rial and many
: . e sent .a their firs* year's dues.
This unexpected move "was an
nounced today by Arthur H. John
son, National Chairman of the proj
ect It 11><>k the Men; >rί.■ I CVmmit
tee entirely t>y surprise, he said.
At the present tin » a group of
patriotic American citizens is en
tlin.-iastically heading a ι ation-wide,
\<.limti·* campaign to raine at least
S-.iMin,000 1 : mis t r u c t i ο η and
:i aintenan.-e of a home and social
center in thi.- city for war nurses
; nd medical women of World War
II.
It had been announced in the
plans for the Memorial that when
the fund i.- raised and the home con
structed, a nominal member.-hio of
SI.00 a year will be paid by those
eligible to enjoy iu facilities, the
membership due to apply to run
ning expenses of the Memorial.
Vegetable h iry is one of the ma
terials fur buttons; it comes from
the nuts of the jarina tree of the
Amazon country which when ripe
beci me hard as ivory and possess
imilar durability.
Lemon Juice Recipe
Checks Rheumatic
Pain Quickly
If you suffer from rheumatic, arthritis or
neuritis pain, try this simple inexpensive home
rwipe that thousand· are uslns Cîet a pack
age of Ru-Kx Compound. a two-wwk supply,
today Mix It with a quart of water, add the
Juice of 4 lemons It'· easy No trouble at
all and pleasant. You need only 3 tahlespoon
fuls two times a day often within 4S hours
sometimes overnight - splendid reaults are
obtained If the pains do not quickly leave
and If you do not fe*l Letter, return the
empty package and Ru-Kx will «·«»^t you noth
ing to try as It Ik sold by your druggist under
mi absolute nn»nej -bark guarantee Ru-t-x
Compound is for sale and recommended by
drug stores everywhere.
ilt'ii. ι'■· . 'Ian ι un. I 'it 1111:111 Davis
«mi O. W, Kmdt. Jr iiit- quartet
rendered two number " Πιιιιικίι
Vmii -*111 1.1 λ> Starlet .nut "My
Ancor Holds," accompunlcd by Mrs
W \V. 1 . ι ki 1. Si
I>urmi' !·'·'' 'Ji| 0 v(" i'M'
Iloy tel ·, ailed Γ11:· -taiidin ι mint "I
llu· v.u uki:· ι liuri lu .· .ii Vance. W.m -
ii. ti ,<:ui i· ; ; ; 1111 1 nuiitii I'll·.1 I).hi
nt· ι.ινοι; l>> Mi·. C il ΛI Ion w.i
presented to the iiettj Davis I'iul
athea ι l.i 1.1 lilt' Ν11:111 Henderson
lïaptist emuvh .ill Hit' class Willi
llu· l:.i'j;i ! ii.imber attendiiiH, tin·
Shaw Philathea class» was awarded
M, ιΐιϋ. 111.. .1.1111· mi, ■ Kepntts
λ ere ,ί. ... · ι. · . ..il ΐ!.ι ..Π. inline
'.■lasse
l'rioi In Hi.· p.. .1:1111 period mom
be 1 ■■ ul !li" i\ 111' 1 llardncr rlass of
llu· Kii" t B..:.l.-1 fli 11. 1Ί1 served a
three-course dinnei in approximale
I y mil tit It: . 111 .. : 1 ; : ii ! 11 ! lilt· IllL'fl
nifj. In Un· l'i'iik'.' ii t ai-li table wa.j
placed .1 i..,-.it· \.. ■ ni -piri a, rt .1
tulip:· ami t....111··11 and ηιι each side
of 1 hi· tt 11 ! t ■ 1 filial ai r.UK'.t ment,
irai tin· en.;, ul the table. were
i.i..red bov.l.· ■: lotujiiil- and nar
cissus Λ ι pper container mi the
piano hold snirca. Wi.-tcn;i. apple
blossems and lilacs.
The nieetn.,' etincludod with ι
•peeia! memnnal si'Vleo tn thn.-,ο
members ol 1 ! ■ union w^o passed
away tiu.'in·. :!,·.· pa.-t year. The
quartet an·: Wver Glow Old".
Mis Κ \. Gariin.i read the names
of the decease ι members ami as
they «'.'ii' ■ 1 ■ :.· 1 Μι T. II. Weldoti
placed a white carnation for each
name in a wreath la id by Mr. S. G.
Murphy. Placed ·^ the list were:
M'ss Honnetia Ilernii. Mis. Κ. I,.
Hi.duii'.s. Mr; Herman Riygan, Mr
Man m Wilder. Gordon Allen. Me
Mattie Wilson. .1 I). Woods, \v 11.
Massee. W. A. league. il. Mrs. J. T.
Alderman. Mrs. W. II. Wester and
V. Y Brinkley.
Rev. I·: M. Powell led the dnsum
prayer of the spring session oi the
Τι ι-C"nunty I'nn·η meet ιιΐμ.
1 Ins t s and Ii· te st for the oc
casion were 1 and Phdathia
c la ι· ni tile First Iiant ι.-t cliui e: 1
:.11 d ·.hv lie't;· Davis I'hilathoa class
oi the Xmth Ilender.-nn Mapti.l
Church.
MAN HAD BRICK IN HIS
STOMACH FOR ·0 YEARS
Um· Tiuiii «.ν ι ϊ * ! . ι* · ι that for
10 year- lu· ell .<· he had a brick
in in:·. stuiiUKii. I in tilling was
line* ti» :!u· lu.11 >·' «indigested Unid
lit· *Ίv\ . vs 1..»il in. ..u· o! him. lie
was wt-.ik. Wniii < * '. * t. headachv,
swollen with gas . » d ten ihlv con
stipated. KccoMiiy lie started tak
ing INNER-AID and says the teel
ing like a hick in his .·■tomaeh
ipjK'ar* · 1 1 he ee ■([ ..iv Bowel
,. !» ■ reg'.d · r η ί * v. . l,... ·■!. he;.iia«*iu»N
. :r m and he it ο 1.* like a new
IP an.
K. N'KK-AID contai»'s Grent
ii, ; ih.'v ι* ι v'a 11:- " :'.'V.t!s. clear
g&s fron stoBiii h. act «·' dtttj$g%$$
liver an ! I.:dnev<. I\i iser.ible \)v >
])l(» sot'H lerl dit 'erent ill i»\er Su
don't >a!ie: ms»! (îot IW'Kl ·
Λ IP. Scld bv a', i: .. 1 ·»t · s here .:t
Henderson. -ut .
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Tells you any and everything you wish t<> know without
asking any quest .«'s. give* you names of enemies, and
fronds ("lives tree and never fail.us ;id\ ire on ulTairs
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salt );<>r ii bust» ess. love, marriay.e. wills deed :, mort
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