Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 3, Ed. 1 Monday, March 21, 1932 Page: 1 of 4
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ffit pleasant Pail
Titus County—Center of the Best Dairy and Poultry Section of Texas
MOUNT PLEASANT. TEXAS, MONDAY EVENING MARCH 21, 1932
Be Eliminated On
Income Tax Cut
Almost In Half
First Three Days
Washington, March 20.—Income tax
receipts for the first three days of
collections on 1931 income amounted
to $92,512,000, which is $88,486,000
—Yes, your clothes
Our new equipment makes it
possible. No substitute for
"i'SZ Euterpean Club
Can lie Finished To PffiSeilt Eastef
Before the underpass in the south
part of town can be completed and
opened for traffic, considerable sub-
soil drainage will have to be done, j
In cutting down the grade so as to
obtain the proper clearance under the
railroad, some springs of running Sunday night,
water were opened up, and some plan o’clock.
of carrying off the water will have
to be developed before any paving or
1 - — nt stn fa v < an be laid for the
roadway. Owing to a change in dis-
tricts!, wherein Titus County is tak-
en from the supervision of District
Engineer Pirie and placed in a new
J. M. Steele, section foreman for
!the highways in Titus County, in- less than was the ease last year.
'forms us that he has received instruc- This was disclosed Saturday by the
tions from the State Highway Com- Treasury, which is confronted with a
mission not to permit advertising of $2,500,000,000 deficit this fiscal year,
any kind to be placed on the right of compared with one of $903,000,000
way of State Highways in his tend- last year.
tory, and to tear down all signs of any The Treasury statement tor !a.-t
kind which are erected on the State’s Thursday, the latest issued, showed
property used for roads. income tax receipts that day amount-
Two years ago the Commission is- ed to $24,269,074, compared with $44,-
sued an order placing candidates’ 178,143 the corresponding day a year .
posters and other campaign literature ago. \ Socipt I
in the same class as merchants’ ad- Total income tax receipts for the ,
vertising, and not allow them to be fiscal year since last June 30 amount- I
placed along the highways. cd to $782,703,249, compared with |
Candidates for any office, who have $1,411,555,005 for the same time a| _
placards or posters which they are year ago. | ^
contemplating using in their cam- The diminished return from income: Moscow, March 20. The Govorn-
paigns should remember this order, taxes is no surprise to Treasury offi- ( mc;nt of Joseph Stalin Sunday decid- oveV) am[ many people are using this
and save their material, as they will cials, however, as they have expect- ; ed to set up a new immigration bu- new road.
be promptly torn down if placed on ed collections this month to be ap-1 reau under the Labor Commissiariat -------
the right of way of State highways in proximately $175,000,000 smaller than to supervise the entry and departure
last March. j °t' all foreigners during the new five-
ruling in 1937.
Cantata on Sunday
Following its custom for the past
several years, the Euterpcan Club
will present an Easter Canata next
beginning at 7:30
This year, the cantat will be given
at the Baptist Chui’ch, those of last
year and the year before having tak-
en place at the Methodist and Pres-
The Euterpean Club is strictly a
musical organization, and has some
division with W. D. Dockery as head, excellent talent. Tts cantatas, both
this work will probably be delayed a on Easter and Christmas, have always
been well attended, because of the
good music rendered, and on this oc-
casion it is expected that the church
will be crowded to its full capacity.
It has been a custom for other church-
es to suspend their evening services
for the cantatas.
little until the new officials are fa-
miliar with conditions here.
The new portion of Highway 49
from the underpass east to Hart’s
creek bottoms can now be traveled
(|About three hundred racing pigeons
were sent to Mt. Pleasant Sunday
for release in a race back to Dallas,
where they were shipped over the
15 Warships To
i year plan, ending
j This decision followed by less than
ja week an announcement that for-;
! eigners coming to Russia merely for
| curiosity or to hunt jobs would no
! longer be granted tourist visas. It
All Over State
SPRING OPENED TUESDAY
was explained the new bureau's chief : hut with no untoward development,
function would be to keep out those Most significant was the passing of
wanderers because no accommoda-1 the fourth successive week without
tions are available for them. j a bank suspension in this State. Af-
A. M. Tsikhon, the Labor Commis- j ter a year in which there was an av-
| sar, announced that a group of , erage of not much below two suspen-
| Americans, numbering less than 100,; sions a week, the passage of two
a suspension, begin-
Spring officially opened Monday,
that being the occasion of the vernal
equinox, when the sun is directly ov-
Dallas, Texas, March 21.-The last e? the (tuat°1’’ ™vin* ‘n a northerly
direction. The days and nights are of
equal length. On both Sunday and
Monday, unusually high winds pra-
vailed, causing considerable inconve-
nience because of sand being blown
all over everything.
Texas business week was colorless,
Washington, March 20.—Their mis-
Cotton Belt passenger train which Rjon 0f protecting American lives at
arrived here at 12:45. The crates Shanghai ended, fifteen United States
were opened five minutes apart and war vessels Sunday were ordered by
the pigeons released, immediately the Navy Department to point their
starting on rheir return journey. Ow- prows homeward. j Americans, numbering less than 100,i sions a week, the passage of two j Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Suggs, Mrs. Al-
ing to the high wind, they must have The niinature fleet—consisting of j -vh0 came here recently on tern-1 weeks without a suspension, begin- ma Coker and Edwin Suggs of Paris
made poor time back home. j six destroyers, six submarines, the j porary tourist visas hoping to find \ ning Feb. 19, came as a surprise.1 attended the funeral of Mrs. Sidney
- ! aircraft tender Jason, the submarine j j0bSj wouid be permitted to remain j When the third week passed without ■ Suggs which was held at Ardmore,
Mrs. W. T. Black and Mrs. Sam tender Beaver and the transport and Would get Government aid in j the closing of a Texas bank the sit- , Okla., Saturday afternoon.
Ilays went to Dallas Sunday, where Chaumont—will leave behind the ma-1 finding work. ! nation began to look hopeful, and now 1
Mrs. Black will undergo
for her eyes.
Today and Tuesday
treatment jor part of the Asiatic fleet which
j rushed across the Pacific in February
mmt—when the Chinese-Japanese hositli-
ties threatened to engulf the Interna-
Still on guard will he Admiral
Montgomery M. Taylor, commander in
chief of ihe Asiatic fleet, aboard his
modern cruiser Houston, and more
than two score of smaller vessels. In I
j that a fourth week has passed a feel- j j. A. England, Miss Louise and Jim-
CONNALLY’S MOTHER j ing of reassurance seems justified.1 mje England of Atlanta were guests
DIFS AT HOMF IN TEXAS! Re-establishment of banking stability i 0f Mr. and Mrs. Gunter England Sat-
___ ! is the first objective in the drive on 1 urday.
A for outpost of outcast*
. . Eicaped criminal*
caught In a web of ro-
manco . . . Tangled live*
and love* In a maze ot
NEWS AND NOVELTY
R. C. A. VICTOR RADIO TO BE
GIVEN AWAY APRIL 1st
W»co, “ ba„tlng 8i,
Mr" .MaryE Connally, 87. mother of I <•’»«'”’!
Tom Connally, United States senator j ^ not the leas of which will be,
from Marlin, died early Saturday at «><■ ™P«tus it w.ll lend to public con-,
... .Eddy, her home for many years,
addition the Thirty-First Infantry will ^ Connally had bl.oken her hip
be left behind as its transport sails. , twjce jn fajjg> gjie had been bed-
the market for municipal bonds.
Neff Accepts Post
As Head of Baylor
j ridden most of the time since the sec-
ond fall last year. However, her con-
dition did not become critical until
Friday. Senator Conally was noti-
Not So Serious
... , Washington, March 19.—Holding I
fied and left Washington immediate- J railroad financiai problems to have;
. (been unduly magnified in popular be-
The greater part of Mrs. Connal-. ^ pregident Hoover today report-
Waco, Texas, March 19.—Former
Gov. Pat M. Neff, now a member of
the Railroad Commission, has accept- - , , ini‘1C1’ 1 .................. .....•' TV'.:
of Baylor Univer- y s '^e waR. sPent in j ed the government had arranged deii-
liich she died. j to help the nation’s carriers
" ” ! meet their obligations.
Mrs. J, M. Badt.has returned from l t,. a statement, he raid a co-ordi-
The weather for the past 24 hoars
according to readings
made at 6:30:
Temperature 6:30 ..
Wind from ...............
j nated to enable the purchase of new
$ supplies, restore employment on the |
ed the presidency
sity, to which place .'he was unani-
mously elected at a meeting of the
board of trustees of Baylor, held in _ .. , ,
Waco Feb. 23. In his letter of ac- a week’s visit with relatives in uanas., nate pr0gram had been reached by the
ceptance, addressed to Judge W. II. " t government and the railway®, i-ln-.iV-
Jenkins, secretary of the Baylor
Board, Mr. Neff said:
“Mindful of its responsibilities, con-
scious of its obligations, and appre-
ciative of its ever-widening oppor-
tunities, 1 accept, to assume work at
a later date, the presidency of Baylor £
University, my mother of learning, as !
a challenging call to duty and
Dr. W. S. Allen,
Remember the last time
wash your car?
dean, is serving as acting president of | A Qujte a job, wasn’t it?
the university, having been elected to
hold that position until June 1 of this
M. C. Rogers left Monday morning
for Dallas, where he will enter a san-
itarium. He was accompanied by his
son, Ray. and daughter, Mrs. Ray-
mond Johnston, the latter returning £
to her home at that place, after a .*•
visit here with relatives.
?; It is easy for us, though, with
X our latest power car washing
equipment. And, we do a good
job, and in a hurry, too. Try
Irvin - Robertson,
J. C. Cross returned to Denton Sun-
day afternoon, after spending a few
days hero with relatives.
carriers and elsewhere and re-estab-
lish confidence in railroad bonds. j
The president inferred that the re-
construction corporation, in co-opera-j
tion with financial experts of the In- •
.. terstate Commerce Commission, would ;
$! provide the Federal channels for rail-j
•j| i road aid.
In this light he included in his '
statement a thumbnail anaylsis of
railroad securities. He estimated
that between $300,000,000 and $400,-
000,000 would be needed to encom-
pass their obligations for the present
year. As much as $60,000,000 will
be provided by the Railway Credit
Corporation, he said, while many
hank loans will be continued.
W. D. Houchin was up from Kil-
gore Sunday and Monday visiting his
Mrs. N. L. Benson of Purdon is the
guest of Mrs. Vera Schmid this week.
A generous flacon of imported
French Fiancee Perfume with
each box of Fiancee Face
Both for X *
Drugs and Jewelry
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 3, Ed. 1 Monday, March 21, 1932, newspaper, March 21, 1932; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784124/m1/1/: accessed March 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.