Presbyterian liberals have been rejoicing these last two months on a matter of finance. Official figures still remain unknown, but it is definitely asserted that, in spite of Fundamentalist attempts to boycott the Foreign Missions board, the church has raised its entire budget, and, in addition, $700,000 to wipe out last year's deficit.

Dwight H. Day, ex-financier,* for 18 years Treasurer of the Board of Foreign Missions, of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., resigned his post with honor.

*Until recently associated with T.C. Day ft Co., Manhattan...

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