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r and loan associations than any other
southern state, aad-ealy 9even states
;* the Union eottank us to the num
ber rf associations. However, doe to
the nssltaesa- it our towns stvtntiia
states rank ahead of us in total mem
terehip and in total assets. Yet con
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ha^Tlut^^nom! gopatattar ratio,
sad the additional fact that our towns
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renu Expt^int Simple
(Written for lite Enterprise)
By BOBERT FULLER
Washington, June 5.?It is easy for
World War veterans to find out how
much insurance they are entitled'to
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directions for the use of the factors:
AHow Si per day for each day of
Allow $155 per day for each dayr
of tepeigtar service.
DodoCt 368 from this sum.
Multiply the balance by the factor
oppbafta the age (nearest birthday)
as shown in the table below.
> The result will be the amount of
the adjusted service, certificate.
As an example:
Age at date of issue, 27. *
_ Home service* 175 days.
Overseas service, 110 days.
One Hundred and seventy-five mi
nus 60, times $1, equals ffl5. One
hundred and ten times $1.25 equals
?? Adjusted service credit, $252.50.
2.532?factor at age of 27. $252.50
service credit multiplied by 2,582
$68*38 is the adjusted Service Cer
To compute your bonus the ta
ble of factors as to age as compiled
by tee Veterans' Bureau.
25?2.587 48?2564 *?
I r *?2582 4MM
MjfarlBU 53 *254
*1-4321 ^ 54-1228
rr 94-2509 .v 57-^lI48- **=
go ? "ftlMg - f 1?
40-2576 ' 6*-U*
FflfeE BTiiiJIrtififin WfMffl fftf OiEIut I
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Supporters of Ford's BW
In Senate Withdraw
Demand For Vote.
Washington, June 4.?The Musete
Shoals issue, which has been the cen
ter of a bitter fighMuripg^flte en
tire session of' Congress w?^hot bft.
settled until next December.
Supporters of Henry Fords .bid,
faced with overwhelming odds,
withdrew from their stand of dema^g
bq c vote at this session of>^M|te^
and submltted'to an agreen^P?R4h;
W the question to go
next session. '
Senator Ui^erwood, democrat, Ala-;
bama, obtaqwj unanimousIPg*#
im*m?? brin* ?p
Shoals question on December 3, and
keep It before thft.Senate.uida* final
vote is taken. Afterwupdslfe- pre
dicted it would" be jfinallyf Mftled By
December^ wjgi \
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DELIVERED^ BY ?Jl- >
L. ^ LOVELACB
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Through an oversight in the o?r
count of the graduating exercises in
the last issue of this paper;we failed
to mention that lfh.^5on#W, Lovelaoe
had the honor of delivering ihe vale
dictory address. This he did in' a de
lightfully intelligent and -qihfcffected
maimer which stimulated Jute sus- I
tained the interest of his hearers.
Mr. Lovelace is the principal afc
pointee to Anapolis in this .congres
sional district. Mr. Marion Shirley,
ali? a graduate of-this dej^da aHqk^
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can be made on the adjusted service
certificates until two veers after the
date of sueh certificates.
The war department, navy depart
ment and the United Stetee Veterans'
Bureau, have made extensive- prepa
rations to handle promptly all claims
for the adjusted compensation. This
great work will require the undivided
attention of every employee, and it
will be impossible to answer individ
ual inquiries concerning the matter.
Such inquiries would not only be use
less, but to answer them would delay
action on the claims. Claimants will
aid materially if they will fill up the ,
blank forms of application to the-best
of their ability in acjprdance with
their own knowledge or recollection
of the facts, and refrain from writ
ing to the war department, navy de
partment or the United States Vttef
ans' Bureau, concerning adjusted
Yours very truly,
, ROBT. C. DAVIS,
MaJ. Gen., The Adjt Gen.
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doctor or from Ac heel A deport-1
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Memphis, June S.?The fast thin-1
nlng lines ot the Confederacy pafijl
tribute to its dead today?in eulogy II
and song and silence, a silence in II
which memory raced ? backward II
through the corridors of time and I
called up the men and deeds of those I
Thousands of veterans and their I
descendants, the Old South, and the I
New, here for the thirty-fourth an- I
nual. reunion of the United Confed- I
erat? Veterans and allied organise- I
tions, joined in honoring the men at I
memorial services in Elmwood ceme- I
tery. Every state in the Confederate I
group was represented in tfca tribute I
to the gallant hosts who fought and I
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k- llaleif^ June 6.?Two continents
&M*<xl hands across a North Carolina
kkst table yesterday morning
H$e?i Raleigh extended the first for
pfeN reiqame to Hie diplomatic and
?fcopQertean nations come to North
(Catoflna: ** guests ",?f the American
Road Builders Association and the
Hdrth Cirolimi State Highwg??on^
fijjtiOn to witness the working dem
Pl^tBons of highway construction
that will extend over a thousand miles
i Barriers of language broke easily
undec'the cordiality of the welcome
'that was extended to the two-score
Latin - Americans : and the hearty
"fri&dliness of their response to the
greetings that were extended them,
and before the expedition had com
pleted the inspection of the motor de-.
?pot as the first event of their inves
tigation, formalities and diplomatic
decomm were forgotten and Latin
Sopd Jiordic alike were looking for*
ward-to an eventful and pleasant si*
Hke pre&slonthe show
! moved from point to point,
[and without confusion the 260 mem
bers of the party, including the offi
! ciala of the American' Road Builders,
[ the LfKtfiir Americans, members of the
! NalSonal Association of iStete'&gh
| wayr^ficialefeterpreteTS^^^^^^^.? Mr.
Rage's staff, boarded the automobiles
provided for them end laid course for
Greensboro; " where the convention-and
and tomorrow before moving to Win
?ton - Ss 1 em.
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After a short business session the
president, Miss Perkins, turned the
nteetfag o\;er to Mrs. J. I. Morgan,
chairman of the program committee,
and a program which was most inter,
eating and Hmely was carried out as
follows: An article, "Women as Citi
zens,^ was read by Mrs. Morgan, and
the. platforms of the gubernatorial
candidates, Josiah Bailey and A. W?
McLean, were given by Mesdames W.
C. Askew and J. Y. Monk. This pro
gram was quite enjoyable and instruc
tive to the memjfert who will vote at
the election on Saturday.
^ A novel contest was won by Mrs.
W. C. Askew and Miss Perkins who
received exquisite corsages of sweet
A delightful ke course was served
by the hostess assisted by Mesdames
W. M, Willis and R. A. Bynum.
Mesdames N. N. Fleming, M. V.
Jones, R. A. Bynum and Miss Mary
Jerome were charming guests at this
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A . -? v* ? ' . ? , .'' ? ?
Special Session General
Assembly to Be MeFj^;
?'y.;.....' ,-. ti A,aii*6iL,
By Governor Mortmn
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the people, when the propositwn
fully, understood, will approve his ac
tion, Governor Caiperoi) "Morison to
that he had decided to ,a#k the con
sent ofthe council: of State for the--,
calling- of*!-a' Specie! session of the* V'*
legislate to^-coriBJder^the'queBtion of <s vd
development of water-earied com? ? \?U
mercd in the state.- He- father^ out
lined what his ^reemnmehdalidns'I to
the special session would he by assert
ing that "he would favor enaetmimt of <: I *
an act-by the assembly tin establish ik *< :
a poih"commission withfthsrnecessary:' "- 'i
pover ta handle the plopoeitkilC and ffaitog
leaving the final appfoval of thife'actt >
to the peo^e aii the*ie*4 general ehfc-^ ?' >
tion. - . .n-yr.'-, 'il
Mr. Morrison deielared that he rec
ognized the magnitu^e-pithe proposi
tion and sympathized with those who
felt that the investment of sadiv*
large sum &t the - peoples* mwreyH Ji
should not'be nfadt without theat ^ #
proval and support - He asserted that ; ?
submission of tiie ^destion to the piedtf ?' t
pTe at the general election, after, the' ? ? ??
geperal: assembly handled it' would '
he believed, "avoid political>difficut~ '-<10;
ty Vhich might accompany direct and
fhalvactiifit' of the geheiSl'aAdoaitty/ R
Governor Morrisons-statement oat-. . - ^
lining^ what he WOuld
time and had^^f^jwr IWffK3
devotional exehdscs", "The Personal ^
Side of Pratt^wjth hpproplT
ate hymn, -S^t Hour Of Prayer,"
u ah introduction! "r ?>$',-&. aaw
Mrs. G, M. Holdenph delegate" Vo / ^
the recent missionary conference-fiehf ~
in Goldsboro, gave a full and splendid 4
report of the p .pblemS disiua^. tfM '
achievements of this "body in-thelr' Wm
nual meeting. Mrs.1 &;O/THiimage
was appointed delegate and Mist ,?
B. Slaughter as'alternate to tWd^ ;tv
trict confertnCeto be held ^ .
Tune 12. After the readingof pf I a ^
ports of the different officers the
meeting adjourned. '
This meeting was called for 2:3?*
j'clock and the literary program was ' u
waived in order that the htenfberar^ft^*
might attend the meetihg at' Green-1 r"
rille and have the pleasure c* hearing
Mrs. Lee1 Johnson, conference sttperiny j;
:endent of social service.
A large numberleftdirectly after -
:he meeting for this purpos^ ' r'- ^ -
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ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR ^
:. : uu/f!:.i:?y-..y x sabwi ?
The local Order of ".the Eastern >\
Star held an unusually flirt mee^w_
in Tuesday1 evening in-the* Mwfne* 13
Daring the' business session "it was ..
leciu'ed to send a present to Mrs. Daly
lose, adopted guest ibf ^jhls chbpihrt*^
>y tlie vfeitors to thb; G(^.d'!<Shi^ttTr. Jj*
? ?*i ?* 4 <LJXji 1 ? '? US
j *?; y,. *''^4
Ilttbert Frank, 14 year old W ,
of wealthy Chicago 'Jewelerf who' * \
?at*- .kidnapped ami ?j brutally
WfttiWed before wnaow coald i.c .
paid. A Reward of $10,000 Is o.'
Oil Income Tax
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Grissom Reminds Tax
Payers Half Must be
x^ald Before June 15
lie United States Collector of In
ternal Revenue at Raleigh, North
Carolina, gives the following informa
tion as to payments on federal income
/ The new Jaw: states: "Any taxpay
er making" return for the calendar ?
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year 1928, of the taxes imposed by
Parta.l.and 2 of Title II of the rev
enue act-of ?921 shall be entitled to
an" allowance by credit or refund of
? ->?*- ? i thr"^y i- ?x'r
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Many tax payers paid the full tax 1
due. for the calendar year of 1923 in
one payment and to such one-fourth I
will be refunded without necessity of <
request by taxpayer, so soon as the <
clerical work can be done. ' I
Those who paid three-fourths of the 1
total tax under the old law now be
come full paid under the new law. I
Many desire to settle in fujl at this i
time and all such will have clear re- 1
ceipt buying three-fourths f the full 1
amount shown on the original returns 1
because of the 25 per cent credit al- '
lowance, but this does not include any 1
additional amount found due upon <
Careful auditing of returns' and cor- ?
recting mistakes. I
The main point to be borne in mind 1
is that one-half of tax due this full
year raust be paid before June 15 or <
taxpayer is delinquent 1
A REAL PANACEA >- '
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- At last! A solution of all our nat- i
ional ills and ailments!
It Was contained in a remark made I
by a local business man yesterday
afternoon. He said: '
?"the thing we need is to put men
into political office who will carry
out the pledges which they make be- J
fore election. And if they dont car-' <
ry.Out those pledges, then we ought 1
to dust them from office so quick
that: it would make their beads swim." j c
Fine and dandy! 1
If it only could be done'! ' i
Political spell-binders : tour the :
couiitry before electien day, making
speeches and telling what they stand c
for and what they will do if the vot- ?
ers elect them. They'll lower taxes, t
they'll build snore roads, they?Jl erect
new school houses, they'll Improve t
busoiesB conditions, they'll do a thou- d
sand and one things, each of which J
will tend to improve our national arid I
load affairs. v
vWondkrful pledg^^v^ 9
I: But they don't mean anything. |
The. minute the average politician 1:
gets into office he forgets all-about
his pledges. He runs things to suit "n
himself. And he maintains this pol- q
toy until another election day rolls s
arodnA By that time ^ people o
bdMTilpo glMiior -> ^
? : .
arid mush ?ruel and must I
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