1 Dayton B. Bull. [i] (1943)

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VOLUME I - No. 1                                      February 13, 1943.
IMPORTANT MEETING OF THE BAR
T I M E:   NEXT MONDAY NOON  -  February 15
P L A C E: MIAMI HOTEL  -  12:15 -   Noon Luncheon
This meeting will not only be the first of the
weekly luncheons, but there will be a complete
oresentation of the Emergency Income Tax Service Plan of The Dayton
Bar Association.
Thid Plan will interest YOU -
1 - You can do a civic job that only lawyers can do effectively.
The Bar needs to sell the nublic on its oublic interest.
2 - You can make money for yourself from a source of business
that is fast being lost to lawyers.
3 - You can build the future of the orofession by educating the
public to the place of the la-yer in tax business,
YOU MUST ATTEND TO UNDERSTAND THE PLAN AND DECIDE IF YOU WANT TO
PARTICIPATE.
DON'T CRAB THAT THE ASSOCIATION NEVER DOES ANYTHING FOR THE
AVERAGE MEMiBER AND NOT AT:IND. HERE 13 SC'ETHING WORTH-
WHILE FROM THE STANDPOINT OF THE PROFESSION GENERAL-
LY AND YOU IN PARTICULAR.
ATTEND
AND YOU WILL BE HELPING YOURSELF
REMEMBER THE WEEKLY LUNCHEON
OF THE BAR                          EVERY MONDAY NOON
AT THE MIAMI HOTEL
PUT IT ON YOUR 11IUST CALENDAR
THE BAR BULLETIN' IS BORN.
This is the first issue of the Bulletin. It will apnear bi-
monthly during nine months of the 1.1ear and monthly during the summer
months. Twenty-two regular issues in all. Special Bulletins may.be
issued from time to time.   Decision to issue the Bulletin was made
by the Executive Committee at it's meeting on February 4.

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