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"I wag struck by the fact that
t' eC("M I' - a Elation was do
; i s - '.i to-1 V! .k ia developing
? y t'.I ,5 to cow ia the South"
I tV l.at a i V.'un which is
ti ! :;c!y Ar j "iron : origin
r ' s any - djvi.It.-,uent much
e s: ' r. TI e s: Irit sown in such a
s ..-II i..ce as T.'."ace in doing
. til t y ill lot their strawberry
L " 1 e ':ci to me extraordi-
naiy 8-1 cell mean only a deter
t succeed ia whatever
"tLey uniLk. I think this is a
most interesting part of the conn-
Tett this down on your shopping list: "Get greatest gaspline value. v
C -zline is an important item in your budgefAnd has a lot "to do -with
V ; vsl'ieyou tt from your automobile investment! So, choose it caxefyltyL
:.cr'3 a r-cw measure of value in regular gasoline now. New patented
jrocc-cs , ; . important additions ahd improyements to what was already A )
' j 1 , i . . v , the world's, greatest refining unit '. ,". .
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r, A-ard or downward
;V coudy with no ap-
i' u i to either leaf to
il cr cll.':r price levels. , Al
'i ia recent years the Sales
i . e of ten cent cigarettes has
i T:d the existence of the four
brands iias not been seri
c" .'y irr&ired. The uniform in
t.r' J-revenue tax of $3 per thou
ssr i on small cigarettes has been
a faction tending to restrict -the
competition of . the,., lower-priced
brands., - "','''. , ' ;V "
"It" is believed that the use of
a different basis of taxation would
promote competition within the
tne purcnase oi leai iod&uuu. - :
"The Commission therefore rec
ommends that Congress consider
the advisability of levying, in
place of the present uniform tax,
n niirarette tax trratlaated accdrd-
ins to the manufacturer's net sell'
intra price, in tnis connection,
should be noted that since manu
facturers do little if any retailing
of cigarettes, any effort to gradut
ate the tax according to the . re
tall price instead of .the mannfacr
turer's net selling price would be
an attempt to base it upon prices
which the law forbids the manui
facturer td control" -,
fthiriniilv. hiwe is a condition i
that should be considered; when, '
Federal tax revision 4s undertaltr j
. enable American
even greater values
' last year s superp
; ;; , Thenew gas is readyNOW! It's called
' New Value- American Gas. More than ?
ever, it's the greatest buy in "regulaf.'t j
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3 CIS AC
Assistance shall be given to any
persun who is a citen of the U
nied StateB, and is skty-five years
of age and over,' who has not suf
ficient income or o'Jier resources
to provide a reasonable r-lL.t-ence
compatible with decency and
health, and who is not as inmate
of any public institution at the
time of receiving assistance. - An
inmate the County Home or a
public institution may make , ap
plication for assistance, ' but (the
assistance, if allowed, shall not
begin' until after he ceases to be
an inmate. If a penon has , made
on assignment or transfer of prop
erty for the purpose of rendering
himself eligible for assistance at
any "time within two years ' prior
to the filing of an application for
assistance, he will not be entitled
to receive it In -order to be elig
ible, a person must have been a
resident of this State five out of
the nine' years preceding his ap
plication, and for one year imme
diately preceding the same.
Old age assistance must not be
confused with Federal old age
Benefits; which.latter will be' ad
ministered entirely by the Federal
Government, beginning . Jan. 1,
1942, (independent iof need) . on
the baaii of wages earned . as a
The amount of assistance wHi
any oerson shall receive thaU. be
determined with due regard ' : to
the resource's and -. necessary - '
pendituret of the, individual, .; and
the conditions - existing , in . eaca
case; and shall be, sufficient when
added to all other ; Income and
support of recipients- to provide
Oil Company to build-in '
than were possible in
vmcmuui vi - , ,v ;- s--j
. ; V
ci.t fum -
f of old ae
.e Olie-IOUrtn I
i .'j c-. e-foarth. A sep-
t x 1 vy will be made for
eei"CIl lZ2i --.. see. ' ,
in Buplji County wiU be eligible
for "Cld Aze,Assistance.Mhe es-.or
timatft f the maximum . averaee
monthly grant under., "Old 'Age
Assistance' i $12.20. This will
cost the county approximately
$10,000.00, and will increase the
tax rate approximately (9) nine
cents on the one hundred dollars
of property valuation. The total
amount to be expended in the
county for ''Old Age Assistance"
is estimated at $40,112.00 annual
ly. t .
. r AD) TO DEPENDENT '
- "Dependent Child," under the
law means' a child under sixteen
years .of age who is living. with
his or her father, mother, grand
father, grandmother, brother, sis
ter,! stepfather, stepmother, step
brother, stepsister, uncle or aunt,
in a place of residence maintained
by one or more of such relatives
as his or her borne; wino Has re
sided in the State of North
Una for one year immediately pre-
cedine the application for aid: or
who was born within the State
within' one year immediately pre-
ceding the application; if the mo
ther has resided in the state for
one year immediately . preceding
the birth; and who has been de
prived of parental support or care
by reason of the death, physical
or mental incapacity or continued
absence from home of a parent,
and ho has no adequate means of
support: Provided that in all
oases of desertion every effort
shall be made under the law' to
apprehend the parent and charge
mm with the support oi the said
child, t , 1
V Laws providing for "Mother's
Aid" are repealed.
i-To be eligible to receive aid
for a dependent child or children,
the home must be maintained
safely and properly.
The maximum amount to be al
lowed per month shall not exceed
$18 for one child and $12 addi
tional per month for each: of the
other dependent children in the
home eligible to receive assist
ance: Provided, the total amount
shall not exceed $65, except in ex
traordinary, , circumstances in
which it appears to the satisfact
ion of the State Board that a to
tal of $65, per month would be
insufficient to sercure the purpose
above set forth.
The Federal Government pays
oie-third of the cost of aid to De
pendent Children; the State one
third; and the County one-third.
A separate tax. levy will be made
for "Aid ti Dependent Children."
w..Jt is, estimated that 243 : chil
dren under sixteen4 (16) years of
age will be eligible for aid under
the "Aid to Dependent Children'?
title. The estimate of the maxi
mum average monthly grant to
dependent children is $5.65. This
will cost the County approximate
ly five (5) cents on the one,hun-
dred dollars of property t valua
tion. The total amount to be ex
pended in the county for the aid
to Dependent children is estimat
ed at $16,476.00 annually. -
There is a State v Equalising
Fund for both titles of the , Act,
but before the Connty can parti
cipate, in . said fund,: the rate of
tax necessary to be leived shall
exceed ten cents oh the one hun
dred dollar valuation of taxable
property, and : then the' County
can only receive three-fourths of
the cost in excess of the amount
produced by a levy and collection
kof a tax rate of ten cents on .the
one hundred dollar valuation of
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'-I-., 'l ' f Y9S BET ITS A HEASUBE TO
. ( SMOKE CAWOSlTMEY HELP ME )
. ' ' , 1 ENJOY MY JWm WOO TASTES
rV- ( BTTtia SHTLES BETTER, t
A CAMOS HUP ICCP MV DiGES-
V i 7 T10N ON THE WGHT TRACK
( " '' Chatlle Chase has i
Tjeeo railroading for
40 yetrt and enjoy
Ifj Camela for 23.
j oi t is t.-ae years prect-3 tae
iarjliLaLyn, and one year immcdi-
ately preceding the application;
wuuse. visum, u u-uu ur h ju
ue better eye with correcting
glasses; who is unable to provide
for bis subsistence, and legally
I An inmate of the County home
a publio institution may make
application, for blind assistance
and receive it if otherwise eligible
and he is able to maintain him-
sell outside tne institution ,:! upon
receiving benefits. : Applications
are made to the Board of County
commissioners. - - - , :
The Ifederal Uovernment pays
one-half of aid to the blind: the
State one-fourth; and the County
one-tourtn, The tax levy for the
County's part of aid to the blind
will be a separate one from, those
for old age assistance and aid to
" It is estimated that "Aid to the
Blind will cost the county approx
imately $1,025.00, anuually, and
that the tax rate will be increased
one cent on the one hundred dol
lars of property valuation to sup
ply these funds. The total amount
to be expended in the county for
'"Aid to the Blind" is estimated at
SummanzmK, it is estimated
i that 550 persons, or one out or ev
ery 68 persons in the county, , will
receive , $60,688.00, annually in
benefits from "Old Age Assist'
ance." "Aid to ' Dependent Chil
dren," and "Aid to the Blind,"
and that the' county-wide tax rate
will be increased; approximately
15 cents on the. one hundred dol
lars of property valuation to pro
vide the county's pfrt of the funds
with which to make these pay
1 Linwood Avenue
Pouehkeepsie, N. T,
June 24, 1937.
Editor, Duplin Times.
I read with a great deal of in
terest about the Centennial cele
bration of the Eenansville Bap
tist church. -
Our Baptist brethren have made
a splendid contribution to the
cause of religious freedom. They
founded Bhode Island, which ac
cording to Judge Story was the
first commonwealth dedicated to
real religious freedom "since
Christianity ascended the throne
of the Caesars." That is to say
since Christianity became the' fa
vored religion of the Boman em
pire under Constantine. '
. Of the original thirteen colonies'
only Bhode Island and Pennsyl
vania had no established church.
The second named colony lacked
little of having absolute religious
equality. They did restrict cer
tain privileges to those who ack
nowledged Jesus Christ as Saviour
of the world." '
. The first amendment to the
Federal constitution says: "Cong
ress shall make'; no law respecting
the establishment of ia religion, or
prohibiting the;' free exercise
thereof." At a great .price obtain
ed we this freedom.' Kussia and
Mexico may have no state church,
but they do interfere in Uie free
exercise of religion.
. If I read the signs of the times
aright we need the combined wis
dom of us all to determine the
future- what' is the real 'meaning
of religious freedom.
The inscription on Thomas Jef
ferson's tombstone says: "The au
thor of the Declaration of Inde
pendence, the Founder of the Uni
versity of Virginia, the author of
the Statute in Virginia for Bell
gious Liberty." v '
joy ir.p.ty r
piness and v
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josn t. r:
Norman Henderson' and his fa
mily spent Monday with his bro
ther, Pearlie Henderson. '
Pearlie Milton Henderson, - A-
dell Henderson, ledie Henderson,
spent Saturday and Sunday in On;
Doxie Henderson and liston
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