The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, January 15, 1932 Page: 8 of 9
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THE /.ATESI MOVE.
Press cJiVpalfhcs tell u.- of a hill
fihrrl by rcmjTresa#niiit Patman requir-
ing C Tp 'ess to pay the balance duo
rri Veter n War Service. This is the
1 ■o.'t important leg ;sh: lien to com'
before Congress since the Armistice
Either one of the following three
plans is suggested by .Mr. Patman for
g< tting the money to pay those
1 t. By selling more United States
bends to money lenders .
2nd. By taxing it away from big
in eme tar. payers.
Prd. By the printing and issuing of
New Currency by Congress.
Under the first plan, the people
gt nerally would ho taxed for money
to pay hack the amount of the bond ,
■w :th interest in the future. Under
the second plan the government
would contemplate no return of taxes
t > big business. Under the third
plan the return of the New Currency
to the government would not be
necessary by any form of taxation.
As to the 1st plan, it must be said
that the people of the United States
should not have any more interest
bearing bonds issued for them and
their posterity to pay. The people on
account of low prices, cannot now get
money to pay the interest due 03
bonds already hanging over them.
Congress should give no heed to such
As to the last plan, it must be “aid
that the taxes t< be paid by thece big
incomes to meet these certificate pay-
ments are taxes which the big fellows
can reflect back unon the common
public in the form of increased prof-
its, rents and interest, and the com-
mon public should not thus be im-
posed upon. Congress should refuse
As to the 3rd plan of payment, it
must be said in the in tore -t of
tice. that this New Currenc 1 mild
be printed and paid out for the sol-
diers’ service, and neither to . e sol-
diers nor anybody else should b' tax-
ed to return this money to the gov-
ernment. The government would not
need it to be returned.
This money could, and should be
issued as United Stat I, ■; 1 Ten-
der Paper Currency, and hon'd • -
main out among the people sc re: nr,
them for all time. unl“- the volume
should become so great as to need a
deflation process, and then a grad li-
fted property tax. and a graduat-’d
income tax should be institut< I f *r
that purpose. It wou'd he in ke p-
ing with better moral: and 1 i 'lv'r
statesmanship to issue this New < u--
rency for Soldiers services, than to
issue it for gold deposits.
Our per capita circulation i- ac-
knowledged by all modern students to
be entirely too lov. now and t - is
service certificate r v:wnt it
timated. would raise the per c-17.1t
c rculation about $13.00. a d
the very thing we need - r- ev*»
Under these circumstances ♦' c
billions paid cut would not ’ 'sow* -r.
interest bearing deb* to h* r-v-
the future, but would become '• ' ' ''
c ’icent ar,d needed a-hlu: t< ■ w
scant supply of circulating medium.
Kv' all moans l<-t ns |»«v t he • >1
in \cw U<*£T»i Tender i’aper f'urron-
t y. and Lht*n issue ei*fht billions more
of it every year to pay for all ser-
vices and supplies needed to run the
j-;»v'ernmerit, a'nrf to build all needed
inlt » ncI improvements.
One hundred dollars per capita
Kiiu.M not he too much to keen
inv am'-njar the people. May the AI-
iniuhty flod <:i vf» to Congress the hon-
est’ and mental vision to see the wis-
dom of such a course. Exit to the
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, January 15, 1932, newspaper, January 15, 1932; Hondo, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth564683/m1/8/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.