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Vff."". Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED Adi Must Be In Offlc* Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One Words Up to 15 . 16 to 20 ... 21 to 25 . 26 to 30 , 31 10 35 . Day Days Days Month .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 I to 40 1.20 |1 to 45 1.35 IS to 50 1.50 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Hates are for Continuous 1 Insertions Only AftwiinVAds Cash in Advance N<jt TaJtJfefa Over tho Phone For Rent FURNISHED APARTMENT, PRI- 'vate entrance. Modern. Phone G85-W, 321 S. .Bonncr St.. 2-6t TWO '- ROOM" FURNISHED apartment, bath. Utilities paid. To couple only. 712 E. Division. 3-3t FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, UNFUR- nishcd three-room apartment and three rooms furnished for -light housekeeping. Near Schooley's Store. Phone 38-F-ll. 3-3t Wanted OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIPT- tons to any magazine. Chas. Reynersori, Phone 28 or 309-W. 21-lm Real Estate tor Sale .FIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON E. 15TH 1 St.. $2,250 cash, balance $25 per month. Will give possession. Floyd Porlcrfield & Son. 3-3t Notice GRAVEL, NOW BEFORE THE weather gets bad. Phone 1Q45-.I. G-3t FOUR-ROOM bath. 112 W. HOUSE WITH 18th St. in front of high school. Phone 1223-J. 3-3t NICE TWO-ROOM UPSTAIRS apartment. Bills paid. Mrs. J. W. Turner, 418 S. Elm St.. 3-3t THREE - ROOM APARTMENT with private bath, electric refrigerator. All bills paid. Phone 587-J. 4-3t Services Offered SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET yours cleaned before bad weather begins. Phone 689, J. M. Atkins. 2G-lmo SANDING AND FINISHING floors. Householders wanting floors sanded or finished, call Vctnon Osburn, phono 96G-W. Frame-Up By Wettbrook Pcgler Copyright, 1!)47 By King Features Syndicate. New York, Sept. :j — AM shoving what I mean when I .••ay lo President Truman. Kieannr The real, William Green. Philip Mur-(Open and ray and John L. Lewis. "Take your j held a three shot advantage cite some'Lloyd Mangnnn of Nil dirly hands off mi;!" I provisions of the consiitulion of a typical union of the American Federation of Labor and Ihe CIO such constitutions vary in detail but they are about alike in their total impairment of freedom and ihe dcgra- Same Old Story- Hogan — in Reno Open Meet Rer.o, Nov.. Sept. G —(/!'")—ft was the same, old story in a different setting today as erackshots teed off for the 'final round of tho 72- holi; Kono open golf tournament. Ben llo:>an. Ihe man they always have to "beat, was Jeading the field. His :•!()! for iVl holes was twelve •:ln,ki-s tinder par. The U. S. open champion, as well as Western P. G. A. title holder, over es. III. 1 Baseball Standings Monday, September 6, 1948 By JOE REICHLEH Associated Press Sports Writer dation of the personal man. | 'Die paee .seller jumped into the substantial lead with a third round (i5, seven under par for the (J.(ill-yard Wa:,hoe Country Club course. Hogan had previous round of (57 ft become:; more apparent •.•very day that the eight ' home-' .si reach games between Uie Boston Keel Sox and New York .Yankee:.: \vill decide! the American League pennant. ' Should ei..hei- the front-ru:ininng Red Sox or the runner-up Yankees capture .six or seven games, Association Club Nashville ......... Memphis .. . .:. Birmingham ....... Mobile" New Orleans . V . Atlanta ...•'.. Little Rock Chattanooga American League Boston ...... ;• ....... New York ..... Cleveland ........ Philadelphia ........ Detroit . . .St. Louis .......... \\ ashmi'ion ......... Chicago ......... W. L$ yr 57 79 (Hi 70 60 08 7(> (if) 70 Pet. .C07 .004 .fvlf) .500 .472 .4."; 5 credited elementary school every child as close to his home as possible, but also to provide for'kansas, the grealcst number of votes for Governor in the last preceding general election and the every child access to an accredited high school. To accomplish Coatlnued From Page One said, and agreed at their request to meet them outside the, legation "Bulgarian secret police arrested the two Bulgarians in Mr Ewinfj's company," McDermott said. He said the Bulgarian government based its spy charges Ewing on certain documents which they said they found in the pocket of one of the Bulgarians. The United States still has no idea what was in (he documents, McDermott asserted. The United States "protested the arbitrary nature of the Bulgarian government's action," the State Department spokesman said, but complied with diplomatic protocol and called Ewing home because the Bulgarian government had pronounced him personally unwelcome there. Diplomatic quarters noted thai tho circumstances were strikingly similar to those in the case of Lt. Robert Drchcr, former assistant Remember that Mr. Truman Mrs. Roosevelt are advocate.? the unionism which I am abou examine. This is the constitution of Local No. 1 of the Wine. Liciuor and Distillery Workers Union, of New York a racket run by Ben Pross. an ex- convict with a long record of crimes, whose title is executive •business manager. land (i!). Mangrum was consistent I l'"'y would come close to "clinch' " " ' -"--- "" ' : -" "•" "-- On the oilier hand. eight games could IKl tor three of time, lor to! rounds, carding GH each his total 2(M. Dick Mel/, of Arkansas City, Kas.. with rounds of OB-G8—09 •— 205 was in third place. .Still farther off the pace but assured of part of the prize money were Ellsworth Vines, Iowa City, In., wiih 200: George Fazio, Conshohocken. Pa.. 207; Vic Ghozzi Knglcwood. Calif., and George Schneifer, Ogden, both 208. Tie at The caterwauling over the perse- 20!) were Ky Lafoon, Chicago, Gary cution of a few Washington bureau-1 Moddlecoff,' Memphis, and Clayton crats who were fired, perhaps >>y|Heafner Charlotte, N. C. mistake, on suspicion of association with Muscovite spies and Inn petti- ' fogging defense of the Hollywood Communists, would have it that the smallest detail of a technical right of citizenship ov cmnloyment is <t^i- cred to the "liberal" of the stripe of President Truman and Mrs. Roosevelt. •* But let us sec what servitude. degradation and persecution these "liberals" have put upon about one third of the employed citizens through their unions under the Wagner Act. As executive business manager. \ the criminal Pross is empowered Baseball By The Associated Press National League Brooklyn at Boston (2). New York at Philadelphia St. Louis at Pittsburgh (2). Chicago at Cincinnati (2. American League Philadelphia at Now York Boston at Washington (2. Detroit at St. Louis (2). Cleveland at Chicago (2). (2. (2). to "make all necessary expenditures in tho cause of furthering welfare of the organi/.alion." the II For Sale U. S. naval attache in. Moscow. j nas individual power lo appoint all . The Moscow radio announced | proper committees and "perform last month tht Drcher had| such othcr dutics as :irc not d( , le . been expelled from Russia after gatQd to any olhor Ol(i( , or .-- expelled from Russia after being "caught red-handed" receiving "espionage information" from a Russian. The State Department bluntly that the charges Drchcr were based on a "plant" replied apainst ADDING MACKINK AND cash register. Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241. 2-20-ly — engineered by the Soviet govcrn- GOOD KECLEANED FERGUSON I mcnt. It said Dreher received a 922 Oats. S. D. Cook near Ex- telephone call last May from a jjcrimcnt Station. Phono 28-W-1-2. | Russian with whom he had previ- usl'y transacted official business, nd that at the Russian's request, Drehcr agreed to a meeting out- 31-Gt LTi\TTTF,r> C.TTPPT.Y STNGFR SE vying machines for immediate de- Uvury. Also, other reasonably priced used sewing machines. Singer Sewing Machine Center, 108 S. Elm St.. 31-Gt THOROUGHBRED POLAND CHI- na pigs, big type. Gordon H. Pr nart, 7 miles out on Highway 29. ' 1 Gt BEDROOM SUITE, TABLE - TOP gas range, dinette set. mattress, small table, two rockers, and rug. See Mrs. Ed Collins at Spring Hill. 3-3t 3946 PLYMOUTH TWO-DOOH DE luxe sedan. Can be seen 'at 1011 W. Sixth St., or phone Sara Huckabee, 1049-J. 4-31 CLARINET IN EXCELLENT CON- dition. Alice Lile,phone 173. 4-3t 1942 HARLEY DAVIDSON MO- torcycle. 74 O H V. Good condition. Cheap. See Howard Cobb, phone 901-J. 4-3t Wanted to Rent YOUNG COUPLE WOULD LIKE to rent one or two bedroom house. No children. Good care- taking of yard and house. Phone 1224-J. 4-3t LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holei • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St. BABY CHICKS We will have a shipment of High Quality Baby Chicks Each Wednesday Beginning September 1st. HOPE FEED CO. "Your Nutrena Feed Dealer" Call 129 or 806 (nights) FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Alien Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 805 ide the embassy. The Soviet ecret police broke in and arrested ic'm moments later. Incidentally, if any union bars unpardoned ex-convicts from office I am ignorant of that fact. Pross. and a small clione of others, self-elected for five year terms arc known as the executive board. The president appoints all election tollers and, of course, apnoints only fellows of the highest character, such as Pross. But to cinch matters, the constitution further provides that the executive board, themselves up for re-election at these five-year intervals, shall cooperate with the president's (10 Attempt to Continued From Page One vili stand by throughout the day, n the hope of favorable flying con- "itions. It looked like all the tough luck n the world had intervened on 10 first big try, when Maj. Johnon buzzed the course six times t an average of around 670 miles n hour yesterday. The average-clocked unofficially y one of several timing methods sed in checking records — was oughly 20 miles an hour faster inn the present record, held by a avy research plane. But Johnson's mark will not go nto ihe books until he does it ignln. Three of the six passes over the .80 miles course were dissqualif- ied yesterday: one because Johnon flew off course, and one be- ause a camera jammed. Four passes in matching upwind nd downwind pairs are needed. during a constitutional interim tween the election meeting and tellers in supervising tho elections. To assure absolute fairness lo any member who has been denied Ihe right to vote, the group just described shall hear his complaint and make a decision, which shall be final. Further to guarantee the purity of the ballot, the constitution provides that union bosses | shall have custody of the ballot box I be-! the "first special meeting thereafter." This of course provides against tampering, stuffing and so forth. It is carefully provided thai rank and file members shall never become eligible for elective office. To that end, the constitution says any aspirant must have been in 'continuous good standing for two years. Anyone who indicates an intention lo try lo get on tho ballot may be or many of a "fair e.xe- of Pross Yeslcrday's results. National League Brooklyn 4 New York 3 (12 innings l. I Boston 5 Philadelphia L St. Louis 5 Cincinnati L Pittsburgh 7-3 Chicago 3-11. American League Boston 4 Philadelphia 3 ninji'sl. New York 5 Washington 3. Chicago 4 Detroit :C Cleveland at St. Louis poned rain. Southern Association Atlanta ii-.'j Birmingham fi-4. Memphis 4-5 Litlle "Hock 'J-2. Nashville 12-12 Chattanooga 22. New Orleans 5 Mobile 2. Texas Le.iQuc Oklahoma City i',-3 Tulsa 3-G. Fort Worth 7-5. Dallas 8-8. Beaumont !) Houston L San Antonio 8 Shrevcporl 1. the third Chicago i lo take Cincinnati ing the flag, a split in the conceivably enable place Cleveland Indian Ihe bunting. Of the three contenders, the Indians are favored most by the schedule since they play only six of their 25 games un 'ibo road. The Indians are booked for only one more game each with the i'etl So:: and Yankees, both at horn;:. The schedule gives the Yankees the worst of it, in addition to three games with Boston, the Yankees play only two of their remaining 25 games at home. Both are against the; fourth place Philadelphia Atnlelics today. The Red Sox play 11 of their remaining 2(j games at home. The Red Sox went 10 innings yesterday to defeat the Athletics, 4-3 lo retain their half game edge over the Yankees. The Yanks kept pace with the Sox. whipping the Washington Senalors,5-3.' Rain caused postponement of the Indiana-Browns game at St. Louis. The Tribe trail the Red Sox by three' and a half games. In the remaining American League game, the Chicago White Boston Brooklyn St. Louis Pittsburgh New York Philadelphia Lcaijue HO •!!! 80 49 77 52 73 5;! (il 1)3 •I'.t 'Hi 49 f!l 43 !!5 74 75 71) 57 70 58 li() 53 (if> 01 5(i 72 55 74 54 73 this pui pose, each County Board of Education shall study the entire school program of its county. If it is lound thai some or all portions of the new School District as created herein can be served more cf- .j (; 'j | fee-lively and more efficiently by .j~'.i i another district, or districts, the ' I County Board of Education with the ,.,,- 1 consent of the Board of Directors ".'••' i of the .school district to which such iV.! i annexation is proposed, is hereby minority party shall bo construed to be that political party polling, in the Stale of Arkansas, the second greatest number of voles for Governor in the last preceding General Election. SECTION 2. The Governor. lhe ; Attorney General, the Secretary of Slate, the State Chairman of the State Central Committee of the majority party and the State Chairman of the State Central Committee of tho minority Parly shall constitute the State Board of Elcc- .532 .51C .438 .42U .425 Notice Sox nipped the Detroit Tigers, 4-.'.i, on Luke. Appling's ninth inning single. The Boston Braves maintained their two-game advantage over the second place Brooklyn Dodgers in the equally tight' National League race, defeating tho I delphia Phils, 5-1. while the Dodgers nipped Ihe New York Giants, 4-3 in a 12-innin.g thriller. The third place St. Louis Cardinals trounced the Reds in Cincinnati. 5-1. The fourth place Piua- burgli Pirates divided a double- Cost of publication lo the taxpayers of this notice in this paper (4 times) is S15.cn. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONA! AMENDMENT NO. 41 Proposed by Petition of the Peonle POPULAR NAME OF AMENDMENT AN AMENDMENT TO ABOLISH THE STATE AD VALOREM TAX ON^REAI, AND PERSONAL, PROP- BALLOT TITLE AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION REMOVING LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY TO LEVY A STATE TAX BASED UPON ASSESSED VALUATION OF PROPERTY. AMENDMENT BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF • :> " i such nmv.'xalion .-or annexations. .4:12 i Provided that if any territory shall • MiJ : be annexed to a district adrnin- .377 i istered in another county the ques- .330 ! lion of annexation shall be sub- j milted to the State Board of Edu- .rH)fj I cation if in the judgment of the .551 i Slate Board of Education the pro- .547 ' posed annexation should'be made, it shall adopt a resolution making the annexation. The. ' resolution shall describe by melcs- and bounds each district affected' by the annexation, and a copy of said resolution shall be sent to the County Clerk of each county affected who shall record same. Appeals from the action of any County Board of Education on mailers of annexation as authorized heroin may be filed within thirty days from the date of such action with any court of competent jurisdiction. SECTION 4. No construction shall be given to any part of this Aet thai would result in impairing the obligations or any valid contract of any school district. Except ns otherwise provided in this Act. all matters of reorganization and annexation of school districts undertaken under the provisions of this Act shall be made in accordance with existing laws. SECTION 5. The provisions of this Act arc sevcrablo, and if any part or provision hereof shall be held void, Iho decision of the court shall not affect or impair any of the remaining parts or provisions directed lo make I lion Commissioners. The Governor That the following shall be an amendment to the Constitution: I The General Assembly shall not! have power to levy State taxes) based upon the assessed valuation ! Initiative petition for the above j proposer! Constitution,;! Amend-i nient filed in this office on the 1st clay of July, 1043. Witness my hand and seal of of- i fiee on this the 3rd day of August. 1048, C. G. HALL .Secretary of State Sept. G. 13. 20. 27 Initiative petition for the above proposed Initiated Act filed in this office on the llth day of June, Witness my hand and seal of office on this the 3rd day of August. 1043. C. G.HALL. Secretary of State Sept. (i. 13. 20. 27 Johnson, his flying marked after the 30 suit sweat- minutes of rough flying, said there is no doubt ibout the North American F-86 wept-wing fighter being able to better 'then 650.706 MPH record. Or or that matter, going faster than t was clocked unofficially ycsler- lay. Tho speed run -was scheduled for he third time as a feature of the national air races, which wind up oday with the Thompson free-for- all classic, a 300-mile dash around :he 15-mile course. The fastest racing planes ever issomblcd in any racing were on the line for the $40,000 race. WINS IN SKEET SHOOT Stuttgart. Sept. G — </Pj — Bud Price, Garland City, Ark., won the small bore championship at the Arkansas State Skeet shoot here today. He broke 97 targets out of 100. Shooters will vie hero tomorrow for the state grand championship, junior, ladies and team titles. expelled on anyone long list of charges, after and impartial" trial before the cutive board consisting and his friends. Article VI provides that "all members arc required to do picket duty and committee work when so assigned during a strike or lockout or at any other time." This is the .compulsory draft for riot duty, practised by authority of the Wagner act. Pross can order out the entire membership to lake mob action against any company which refused to pay extortion to him. You cannot exaggerate the criminality of this dictator over thousands of American citizens whose union constitution permits him to order them out to "do picket duty or committee work." This can mean anything from ot hi-jacking his estate REMOVED FREE Within 40 Mites DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7623 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN Special Notice For the Best in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning repairs Call 1280 Nights and Sunday 1231-J The Brewster Refrigeration Service has had 22 years experience in all types Commercial and Domestic Refrigeration arirj Air Conditioniny. No Job too large or too small. BREWSTEH REFRIGERATION SERVICE 119 Edsev.-ood Ave. Phone 1280 "We Go Anywhcit Any Time" FLOOR v Sanding and Finuhin& LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile * Rubber Tils ROY ALLISON Phone 280 ELECTRIC MOTORS REPAIRED and REBUILT Complete Stock of Parts. Barwick's Electric Service Phone 413 Hope, Ark. REFRIGERATION SERVICE mowini! the lawn Lake Mnhopae. For stilting in a union 1 elsnv.'hero that Pro-'s is an yeterate perjurer, .swindler and |ail-bird, a member shall be liable :o trial before Ihe exeeutive L;:HI« .inder a verboten against the 'spreading, direelly or indi'-eetv. of false, malicious or statements. reports and accii- sntions eoncernini! the offk-er.-:." Malice would siiflico lo letrii the culprit in the ease of Pross even though the stalenients wn- true. All members are forbidden to :iold elcelive or appointive nftice who have endorsed "any oilier form of philosophy, them-v or principle," opposed t o "democracy." That lakes care of Urpubli- cans. Any member who f'ive;-, formation eoneernin;'. the i any company or v. ho "r wi'h individuals or .c.roui cated to sui'vcT.sivi! jrmvi may be expelled. ers minim; any ii" to obstruct, iinpcdi' or impai moralr of the A I-', of L n inlfi'tiaiional or local uniuii, be expelled after iri::l and ,mnr'>v al of tlie sentence by the eiiminu Pross and Company. AH members arc absuln'cl bidden to solicit v.-m-k, Tit'- ; of the most important artic the bill of fivcdu!" con- .,-.-,. American ciii/en 'he tvpe of reason is that if bers should uo a-. discussin.u union bti:-ine^s ployers they muili'. ijiui much some dirty trailer ficial roster '.\-;<t. y employer in relnm i to pay sn'j-staii'l:. r/i such, traffic would in *'i" of the ^oons to .iobs. to n lo pay oft and Mi brothers with pic S Sunday's results: Baltimore 45 New York 28. San Francisco 36 Brooklyn 20. Semi-Finals Underway in Oil Belt Meet El Dorado, Sepl. (i —(,Ti— Four hard hitting amateurs teed off here today lo begin lhc semi-finals of the Oil Bell gold tournament. Heavy favorite of the round is Charles Isom, 20-year-old Little Rock star who unsealed medalist Willis Watkins, Conway, in the second day's match T 14, iiuin LI uaii^M-ui was one. 01 Isom scored the comeback of t he j officials indicted in the eas quarter-finals yesterday when he terd'iv came from behind to edge out Grady Holloway, Little Rock, one up on the 19th hole. Jack Simpson, El Dorado, elhri- Chicago, winning the opener, 7-3. but losing tho night- cup, 11-.". The Bucs lost ground to trail by four and a half games. Joe DiMaggio was the big gun in the Yankees' triumph. Ho slammed his 33rd home run and started a two-run sixth inning rally with a Iv.-o-oul double. George Shuba's pinch hit double with two out and the bases loaded in the 12lh climaxed a three- run winning Dodger rally. ACT uosl or ptiDiicatioii lo the taxpayer:; of this notice in this pnijer (4 times) is SKI. HO. PROPOSED INITIATED NO. 1 Proposed by Petition of t:l-,B People POPULAR NAME OF ACT SCHOOL DISTRICT REORGANIZATION ACT. BALLOT TITLE "AN ACT TO DISSOLVE SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN ARKANSAS WHICH HAVE LESS THAN 350 ENUMERATES: TO CREATE A NEW DISTRICT IN EACH COUNTY COMPOSED OF THE TERRITORY OF ALL DISSOLVED DISTRICTS: TO PROVIDE A BOARD OF FIVE DIRECTORS IN EACH COUNTY Cost of publication to the taxpayers of this notice in this paper (4 times) is $31.20. PROPOSED INITIATED ACT NO. 2 Proposed by Petition of the People POPULAR NAME OF ACT shall act as ex-officio Chairman of such Board and the Secretary >of State shall act as ex-officio Secretary of such Board and shall keep the records of said Board. • The County Chairman of the County Central Committee of the.:" majority party and the County" Chairman of the County Central Committee of the minority .party shall be members of the County Board of Election Commissioners and together with one additional or third member to be appointed by the State Board of Election Commissioners, shall constitute the entire membership of the County Board of Election Commissioners for each of the several Counties in Arkansas. The Third member of each County Board of Election Commissioners shall be appointed ./ by the State Board of Election'' Commissioners at least ninety f!)0) days before any General Election for State, District or County office. In the event of n vacancy or dis- mialification on the part of any State or County Chairman for either the majority or minority parties, then and in that event, the State Vice-Chairman or County Vice- Chairman of the party in which such vacancy occurs shall act ns County Chairman or State Chairman as the case may be for all@ of the purposes set out in this Act until n new County Chairman or State Chairman is selected by such parties. SECTION 3. It shall be the duty of the County Boards of Election Commissioners not less than five (5). days preceding a general election to select and appoint three (3) jud;;os and two (2) clerks for each voting, precinct in their respective Counties and to perform the other duties prescribed, provided however, that two (2) judges and one (1) clerk at each precinct shall be chosen and appointed by the two members of the County Board of Election Commissioners rcpresent- in.a the majority party and one U) judge and one <1) clerk at each precinct shall be chosen and ap- 1 pointed by the member of the I County Board of Election Commis- i sioners representing the minority | party. The County Boarls of Elec- A PROPOSAL FOR AN ACT j lion Commissioners shall imnv.'d- AMENDING THE LIQUOR LAWS lately upon performing such duties " LOCAL OPTION ~ --...-•-. ,.._,=.-.. ..... REGARDING ELECTIONS. BALLOT TITLE "AN ACT TO AMEND THE LIQUOR LAWS OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS SO AS TO REQUIRE THAT ALL LOCAL OPTION ELECTIONS. TO DETERMINE THE LEGALITY OR ILLEGALITY OF THE MANUFACTURE. SALE, BARTERING, LOANING, OR GIVING AWAY OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS TO BE HELD ONLY """ ~ Peoria, III., Sept. 6 —f/P) — A state's atlorney who had demanded a grand jury invesligalion of claims that he solicited a bribe I from a gangster was one of throe FOR THE NEWLY"CREATED!^ HELD ONLY ON THE REGDISTRICT: TO PROVIDE TH AT! ULAR BIENNIAL NOVEMBER THE COUNTY SCHOOI VISOR IN EACH COUNTY SHALL BE SUPER fNTKNDFNT OF THF 1 FOR A LOCAL OPTION ELEC- NEWLY CREATED DISTRICT^ i TION SHALL BE PREPARED IN TO KMPOWFR THF COUNTY i ACCORDANCE WITH INITIATED BOARD OF F.DUC ATION TO \N- \ ACT No - ] OF u)42 A ND THAT IT NFX ANY PORTION OH ALL ! PHALL BK FILED. AND THE OF THE NEWLY ' OR KATFD • SUBSEQUENT PROCEEDINGS DISTRICT TO TRfCT OR DISTT iVlDE FOR AN APPF AlVVfiOM! PROVIDED FOR COUNTY IN1T- " '\NY~O JUNTY ' 1AT1 VE MEASURES BY INITIA- BOARD OF EDUCATION ' ONI T[VE AND REFERENDUM W1DF THATJUI-AR BIENNIAL NOVEMBER OOL "SUPFR- > GENERAL ELECTION DAYS, TO UNTY SHALlJ PROV1DE THAT THE PETITION L' i , v ( ; - a j [i i i • ' *-' - 1 -"•-• <- '••<• "—' t--"• i .*. i -i «.*..'»—• j-i-ij t-/i AI *..ri.i ANOTHF' 1 ' DIS : THEREON SHALL BE HAD AND r-tlCTS; TO PRO-! CONDUCTED. IN THE MANNER , inated Gene Kceny, Texarkana 2 and I in another feature match of Sunday's meet. Other scores were Bill Lawless, Maynesville, La., two up over W. A. Meagher, Magnolia, Ark., and Ralph Ilouck, Litlle Rock, 2 and 1 over Dane Harris, Hot Springs. Finals match will be played later today. Tus'nesa Is New Amateur Ruler Memphis Tom., Soul, fi —-r./i'i — in-(Willie Turnesa of EUrjsford. N. Y., is the new ruler of;,'the amateur linksmen—winning the title the second time he ever played on bemiuda grass greens. He defeated Ray Billows of slanderous ^oughkecpsie, N. Y,, in the 30- hole final over the 0,(117-yard course of the Memphis country club Saturday. 2 and 1. The two wore the last of the 1,221 out a mi,nib ago for ••rl iSkee) K'icgel Park. Calif., won hundred and 10 qualified for the ay The attorney, Roy P. Hull, was accused by the jury of 1G women i and three men of soliciting a S2S.- j 000 bribe from Bonnie Shelton, slain gangster, in return for diS' missal of indictments charging Shcltoii and two of his pals with assault. Other indictments were returned against Sheriff Earl P. Spainhower and Charles Somogyi, Hull's chief investigator. MATTERS OF ANNEXATION TO! AMENDMENT NO. ANY COURT OF COMPETENT CONSTITUTION OF JURISDICTION" AND ENABLING ACTS PERTAIN- ACT I NO THERETO. FOR THE REBE IT ENACTED BY THF ! P> ; 'AL OF ALL LAWS AND PARTS PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ! OF LAWS IN CONFLICT HEREARKANSAS: I WITH, AND TO PROVIDE THAT SECTION 1. On June 1, 1049. (here is hereby created in each county a new school dislriet which shall be composed of the territory of all sclicol districts administered in the county which had less :i.~>0 enumerated on March 1, l.')49. Hull also was named with Spain- ! ;<s reflected by the 1948 school hower and Somogyi in indictmenls 1 cnumonilion charging "omission and nialfcas- ] nient in office." Spainhowcr was in- j dieled for perjury. j The grand jury reported: | "There is much evidence thai too i many public officials are closely as-1 sociated with racketeers and gangsters." Hull and Spainhower denied the charge:;. Somogyi declined ment. The only felony charged is Ihe perjury count against Sniiiiiliowcr. Conviction c.n a perjury charge car- vies a possible, one lo 14 years prison term. Conviction of .malfeasance carries a maximum $10,000 fine and removal fi orn ol'lice. AU'-mnled bribery is punisliefi liy a $:i,(iOO maxi- candidates who started | ...... '-•-- " - •••'" — • ! the title Robl" of Montery a year ago. Two of the 'player* final here--' the iirsl ever held in Ihe South and the iir.sl played in modern times on uvnnuda yrass greens. 1!'. rmuda urass is the type of urass you have in your front lawn a IUMVK-. It differs from the I !-'r:is.s used on most gulf 'll The jury reported hearing gambling was to 'ie oDcin'd in Peoria cnunly after after trie I THIS ACT SHALL BE OPERATIVE AND IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT ON AND AFTER DECEMBER I, 1948." ACT BK IT ENACTED BY THE PF.nPLF OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS: SECTION L Local ontion elcc- tions. to delerminc the legality or illegality of tho manufacture, sale, bartering, loaning, or giving away of intoxicating linuors. shall heve- afler br- held only on the regular biennial November general election rl.-ivs SECTION 2. Every petition for a local option election shall bo prepared in accordance with Initialed A el Xo. 1 of 1042. and it shall b" filed, and the subsequent proceedings thereunon shall be had and conducted, in (he manner provided for county initiative measures bv Initiative and Referendum Amcnd- pi"nt No. 7 1o the Constitution of .Arkansas and enabling acts pcr- ' SECTION' 3. 'AH laws and parts f laws in conflict herewith ar" provided herein, the Conn- 1 hereby roncaled and this act shall bo operative nnd in full force and ,.rr.-,,.| on anf j .,ft 0) . December 1, It is the inl'Mil of this section to nuthoiize. between the dnie of the j adoption of Ibis act and March 1. j 1949. the ro-oi".'":'iii/aliiin or aiiuex- jnlion of -iistricts which would I-K 1 | dissolved bv this Act. in aecnrd'inec j with existing law werning reor- 1 gani/.ations or annexations. i The new dislriet in each county i shall be known as the " com ! County School District Ko. . . ." Such district shall have all the rights, responsibilities and lyrivile'j'es of other school districts and llv Board of such district shall have all lhc dntios ri'.spon,sibili!ie-; and antlinritv of o'lu"' school board.-; ex- cent re: (j'viviclcrl herein. SECTION 2. Wilhin ten (lavs of !ion. ;md 'lint "terril'irics and xones of operation had already been as sigiu'i'l to various gambling interests." A single rifle bulU.'t. fired fro'n. ambush, t nded Sliellon's life July '.'-". Subsequently. In;; wife. viexH 1 . mark- public three wax i'C- l .'.\ I cordin:. 1 of a purporU-il bribe offer . that oDcin'd \\-idc i snecial election for the mirunse of! the fall elee- ! electiiu 1 , iiu-inbers of a school board te servo [he new dislriet. There shall be placed on tin: ballot as candidates the name.; of persons who are qualified electors residing in the territory included in the new Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage Office Phont . . Residence Phone 314 231-J that it .stands creel and dues irii I down uniformly. Bent i;ra Daily Bread i-n< mies \vitnin then- own ranks. Tln> result i.s that oi-:;ruii-/ A .d i )or a.s a whole thinks of itsi-lf J lirsi as a body of American;; and i as a distinct division of American society. 1,-ahor has its ' spi-eial problems aivl rights j iHilies. as always. Jilll their] union and achievement pro- ! be reached more in ' Uiiu-e with tlic !.;nod ul our \ i>;i\. For the welfare ul nd the welfare of Fire Damages Two Buiidinrjs in Paragoutd low pay Thcref i report Initial i"i> rielition for *h" abm-o vn'onosod Initiate-) Act filod in this offic" on the 1st dav of .Tulv. 104(1. Witness mv hand nnd S'Nil of off in " on this the 3rd day of August 1 !)4» C. O. HALL Secretary of Slate. Sept. fi, 13. 20, 27. Cn;;1 "I" nublication to the taxpayers ill this notice in this paper (4 times-) is S,",.0.70. PROPOSED INITIATED ACT N9- 3 Pronosecl bv Petition of the People POPULAR NAME OF ACT AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR DIR- Ki'T POLITICAL PARTY RESPONSIBLE IN THK HOLDING OF ALL GENERAL ELECTIONS AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. BALLOT TITLE • AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR DI- F.CT POLITICAL PAI5TY RESPONSIBILITY IN THE HOLDING OF .ALL GENERAL ELECTIONS IN ARKANSAS AND TO PROVIDE I-'OR MAJORITY AND MINORITY PARTY REPHFSFNTA- TION OM THE STATE BOARD OF !•:< "I'ION COMMISSIONERS. ALL C'uUNTY BOARDS prepare, publish and posl in a public place in the Sheriff's office and in the County Clerk's office of each County, their respective list of ap- • poinlees as judges and clerks of election. In the event the majority or minority representatives on such County Boards of Election Commissioners do not select and appoint 1heir full quota of judges and clerks for each voting precinct then the County Boards of Election Commissioners by majority vote may fill such vacancies, provided, that in no event shall all of the judges or bpth of Ihe clerks al any voting precinct be members of the same' <\ political party. *<•-'-* SECTION 4. The qualifications of all persons on the State Board of Eleclion Commissioners, County Board of Election Commissioners, precinct judges and clerks shall be the same, to-wit: They shall be qualified electors of the Stale, County and precinct . in which they reside or in which 7 TO THE j they keep their political residence. ARKANSAS They shall be discreet persons, able to read and write the English language and shall not have been convicted of any infamous crime and no member of a County Board 'X of Election Commissioners shall be a candidate for any office to be filled at any general election while serving on said County Board. SECTION 5. H shall be the duly of the majority and minority parties to keep on file with their respective Stale Chairmen, a com- .piote list of all of their respective County Chairmen and it shall be the duty of Ihe respective State Chairmen of both the majority an:! minority parties to keep on file with the Secretary of the Slate . Election Board, a complete list of ''? such County Chairmen and to notify promptly the said Secretary of the State Election Board of any death. resignation. disqualification or vacancies in Ihe office of any County Chairman and lo notify promptly the said Secretary of the Stale Election Board of the election of a new Chairman to fill any vacancies thus created. It shall be the duty of the oec- r.etary of the State Election Board to keep such lists of County Chairmen furnished by the respective Stale Chairmen of the majority « and minority parlies as public records open at all times to public inspection. In the event that no County Chairman or County Vice-Chairman has been elected in any of the several Counties of Arkansas for cither the majority or minority party within ninety (90) days of any general election, then and in that event, the State Board of Election Commissioners shall have authority to appoint a qualified person to till such vacancies whether or not such vacancies bo caused by fail- < ure lo elect, death, resignation or disqualification, provided, however, that all such appointments to fill the vacancies on the County Boards of Election Commissioners in the positions m be held by said County Chairmen of the majority and minority parties shall be iorminated immediately upon the election of a County Chairman or County Vice- Chairman qualified to serve upon said county Board of Election Commissioners as herein provided. SECTION G. Any person violating the provisions of this Act shall '* b lj guiltv of a felony, punishable bv a sentence from one (T i to (5) years in the State Penitentiary and from and after conviction for sueh offense, shall in addition to the sentence imposed, by the Circuit LECTION COMMISSIONERS i Arkansas. AT ALL VOTING PRE-1 SECTION AT ALL GENERAL ANDlnf laws in >. Court, be forever barred iroin holds' inii any public or elective office in. 111 7. All laws and parts contlict herewith are ELECTIONS FOR; heieb.\ repealed and this Aet shall COUNTY. DISTRICT' be in full force and effect from OFFICE. FOR ELFC-jand after it* adoption bv a major- S SENATORS AND;ilv vote of the electors voting' on RKI'CESENTATIVKS IIS 7 CIM-XS AND AT Al.l )NS FUR SUBMISSION OF ALL ACTS AND MFASI'R FS UNDER INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM AKF.A'vSAS." ENACTED BY THE PFO- OL' THE STATE OF ARANSAS: purp Fur t j!!U)<>i'it v pai tv In l>i- t'Kil puL' in the State uf CON-1 ihe question i.i (h L . adoplion of said KLEC-! A<-1. fust in the general election in which said Act is submitted to a vole of the people. Initiative petition for tin.' above proposed Initialed Aft j'iVd in this ofi'iee on the 2nd day nf .Tulv. 1948. Witness mv hapr! and seal of of- i fiee on this the : j .:d day of August, , 19-18, Sept. li, HALL •eivlary

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