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Hope, Arkansas
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£»••'' Page Six HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS and con- that Mr. the Trumonto Get 'Tooi ***• in Colorado Bv ERNEST B. VACCARO 'Aboard T r u m n n campaign train, Sept. 20 — iVV'i — President Truman move;! into Colorado today for what one of his top level advisors said war. a "menu tough" speech at Denver on scrvation. This associate, who asked his name not be used. sf;id Truman would use some of sharpest language of his campaign in criticism of what he will .Call Republican obstruction of public-power, reclamation and irrigation projects. His Denver speech—tiie second major address of his current 5.- 500-milc .western bid for re-election —was set for 1 p. m. (CST Time.) from the grounds of the capilol. 'It was to be among at least seven talks during a day almost as strenuous as his 14-spcech campaign Saturday from Rock Island. 111., across Iowa and into Missouri during, which he took his election plea to thousands of voters. Mr. Truman himself estimated. he spoke to from 100.000 to 110.000 farmers at; Dexter, la., at the si'.e .of the National Plowing Match rind said his total audience for hi:; ."dawn to darkness tour ran into several hundred thousand. He started out fresh today after a restful Sunday at his home at Independence, Mo. The president's voice showed the effects of the strain on his throat from his srueHing speaking schedule Saturday. There was a definite hoarseness when he spoke briefly to a train- side crowd at Junction Cily, Kas.. A HOUSEHOLD FAVORITE FOR EXTRA QUALITY-PUB1TV last night. He sounded like, he did near the end of his 1944 vice pre'si- dontial campaign. Hoarseness usually clears up for him. Four of today's talks nrc scheduled for Denver. Others are to be made at Pueblo. Colorado Springs •md Cz'nyon City from the rear platform of his special car. "t am on a crusade for the welfare of the every-day man in Ihe United Slates." Mr. Truman told ' a trainside crowd at Trenton, Mo., jin a slop enroutc to Independence. '. "I am not working for special ; privilege. I am not working for speculators lobby. I am not work- nii> for the real cstale loBb'j':"'' ' ' '•• He said he wanted "(ivory citi- x.en of this great stale to help me in that crusade." | The presidential special train I nulled out of Kansas City at 8:30 jp. in. <C'ST Sunday. Mi{. Truman I is due in Denver at 0:.f>0 a. m. (CST). . ; He will drive slowly through the i city to wave at the voters. Then he will visit Ihe Army's Fitzsimmons General hospital and probably make a brief talk. He was to talk again at the inter-American conference on renewable resources. After the major address at the c.-ij-.itol, Mr. Truman was to talk •again at a political rally luncheon jal u-'c Shirley-Savoy hotel where 11,000 guests are expected. i Democratic National Corr.mittce- iman Carl Rice and a dozen other i parly leaders rode with the president from Kansas City Kas., and Topoka last night. The president made brief platform appearances in Kansas at Lawrence, Junction City, Mahattan and Topcka. Mr. Truman, his wife and daughter, all registered for the November election at the Independence court house. They spent Saturday night in their big frame home. The president took the wheel of a borrowed red convertible Sunday morning to drive to nearby Grandview, Mo., for a visit with his sister, Mary Jane, and his brother, J. Vivian Truman. o Only Seven Died George Clinton, Elbridge Gerry, William King, Henry Wilson, Thomas Hendricks, Garrett Hobart, and James Sherman were the only seven men who died while serving as vice president of the United States. Monday, September 20, 1948 News Monday, September 20 The O.E.S. will incut at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. The Men of (lie. i'r.'.-;byterian church will have a monthly dinner and program at (he church at 6:30. Tuesday, September 21 The .Sunbeams of the First Baptist, church; will meet al :!:4a at the church. decorated the rooms. Mrs. Jimrnie Duke won the high score prize 1'or the afternoon. A delectable dessert course was j served to chib members: Mrs. Tells Arkansas to Go Democratic or Republican Little Rock, Sept. 20 — f/T 1 ) —Arkansas voters should either back the Truman-Barkley for GOP Nominee tl ..-, ticket or vote Nominee Thomas E. Dew.„ v,, ..,.>.., ,,„.,,„,,:,.,. ,, lls lo Brooks Hays of Little Duke, Mrs. Vernon Buchanan. Mrs. ! R " ck bc ' licv °s- .1. VV. McMalKii, Mrs. E. R. Ward, I " Wo wil! "ot bo welcomed into Mrs. Pat Wilson, Mrs. Ben Whit- tllc republican household except Legal Notice .The Ladies Auxiliary of the Central" Baptist church will meet at'2:30 at the church. 'The '37 Contract Club will meet at'. 2' p.m. at the home of Mrs. John M, Pittman. ker, Mrs. Dudley A. Gordon Mrs. Charlie Scott. Mrs. J. T. Wonhinglon, Mrs. Claude Mrs. Bob Reynolds and to a ciub guesi, Mrs. Duncan McRae. Jr. • Garden Club will meet at 2:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. J. B. lles- terly. Rose Garden Club will meet at 2:30 p.m. nt the home of Mrs. Charlie Scott. as sten children." the Arkansas congressman said here yesterday Price in '' rnf ''° address but added: The South should recognize (lie danger of weakening the two-party . j system and "if convinced the best Among those from out of town | intfircsts of lhc nation require Mr. who attended the funeral services T , nim -?" s dofoat shcnlld vole /o! ' for Mrs. 1C. 3. Nelson on Thurs- Mr ' Ucnv °y- day were: Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rob- | Ho assorted that he still prefers cr:;, Gurdon; Paul Greene, Pine Truman to the GOP party nomi JJiuff; Mrs. W. M. Hargis, Hope- llce " nd prefers "the Democratic Cost of publication to lh_ of Ihis notice in this paper (4 times; is 815.GO. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 41 Proposed by petition of the People POPULAR NAME OF AIViE.NDiVlbiixi P AN AMKNiJiViKfvT TO ABOLISH THli STATIC AD VALOREM TAX ON REAL AND PEKbONAL PROP- S-Sgl. Hoyt Haynic, Fjeld, Shreveport; Mr. J. J. Barksdale and Mrs. Wednesday, September 22 Wednesday Bridge Club will meet at 2:30 p.m. at the home oil Mrs, Tom Logan. Regular monthly Deacon's meeting of the Presbyterian church will ; be held at the church at 7:30 p.m. ' Nelson, Talco, Texas; Floyd Nelson, El Dorado; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harrison, Texarkana; Mr. and Mrs. Weslon H. Greene, Warren Greene, Stephens; and Miss Mildred Greene, Shreveport. The Prescoli Band look part in the dedication of the new War Memorial stadium in Little Rock on party as a vehicle of service for my state to the! Republican party whose economic* policies have been set a gainst us.": Hays asked tlic Arkansas Democratic stale convention, which opens here Thursday, to pledge its ' ••-"••' -'--" to the Tru- prcsidenlial electors rnnn-Barkley ticket. "I think it would be a tragic mis-step for • Arkansas and the e i i t, i -i • , South to cut loose from political Saturday afternoon and witnessed mool .j ng „ hc jd addinBltha V • 1O the dedicatory game between the thnucht the States Rights nomn. Choir practice will be hell at Presbyterian, First Bapti.il, and Methodist churches at 7:1)0 Wednesday night. Prayer services will be held at Central Baptist, First Christian and First Baptist church at 7:30 p.m. See Harry Shiver far .... Complete Plumbing Supplies Reznor Suspended Unit Heaters Fiooir Furnaces ' • ••-.. Roper Gas Ranges GENERAL@ElS3CTSaO and KotpOlIt ELECTRIC DISHWASHERS — DISPOSALLS ; HARRY W. SHIVER PLUMBJNG — HEATING PHONE 259 The Hooker-Nelson Post No. 51, American Legion held a public installation of officers on Friday evening at 7:30 at the Legion Hut. .Joe L. Hcarnc, newly-elected State Commander installed the officers and Uev. James Workman. State Chaplain discussed the American Legion program for the coming year. Officers installed were: Commander, John T. McRae; First vice-commander, Everelte R. Ward; Second vice-commander, Walter S. Black; Adjutant and Finance officer, Tom B. Lee Jr.; Service ofiicer, Sidney Peachoy; Historian, Thomas R. Logan; Sergeant of Arms, John Dorough; Chaplain, Sidney Loomis. University of Arkansas and Abilene Christian College. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Avcry of Little Rock, formerly of Prescott announce the arrival of a son, born September 14. Mrs. Avcry is the former Miss Lulu Jean Grant. thought the Stales Rights Demo crals' movement "a negative one" without the "remotest chance" of succeeding in the November election. 4 Hays said he would vote for Mr. Truman although Governor Dowey "probably will be elected president of the United States." Mrs. C. A. Grant, Sr. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Avcry and little son and C. A. Grant, Jr. in Litllc Rock. Miss Faye Loomis is vacationing in Mobile, Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Scotl and children Helen Ruth and Mary of Joncsboro spent the week end in Prescott visiting relatives. They were accompanied by Mrs. Hunter Scott who has been visiting her daughter, Miss Helen Scott in Miami, Florida. Mrs. Donald Savanah was hostess to a bridge party on Friday afternoon at the homo of her grandmother, Mrs. C. H. Volawuy. Roses and fall flowers decorated the rooms arranged for two table:; of bridge. Mrs-. J. Leland Lavender was presented the high score prize. A delicious dessert course was served to: Mrs. Vaughn Bright, Mrs. Allen Gee, Jr., Mrs. Thomas Dewoody, Mrs. Joe Wray. Mrs. Cecil Grant Jr., Mrs. Norman Whitaker, Jr., Mrs. Lavender, Mrs. Richard Bright was a tea guest. The '47 Bridge Club met on Thursday afternoon at 2:80 at the home of Mrs. Tom Logan. Lovely arrangements of lilies and roses Mrs. Alfred Smith flf of Viilc Platte. Louisiana is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. hum by. Mrs. Bert Adams and Mrs. Lizzie Jordan of El Dorado were the guests of friends in Prescolt last week. Mrs. Jordan remained I for a longer visit and is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Davis. Miss Rita McCaskill day in Texarkana. spent Sun- Horlon of week end Mrs. Tom and their Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Forrest City were the guests of their daughter, Logan and Mr. Logan daughter, Judy Ruth. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wadswoiih have returned to their home in Flint, Michigan after having been the guests of her mother, Mrs Ross Buchanan and Mr. Buchanan. ~~ ~O ™ The Texas City, Tex., waterfront explosion killed 468 persons. Gonzoles Takes National Tennis Title Forest Hills, N. Y., Sept. 20 —f/I') — A new era had dawned in Amer- BALLOT TITLE AN AMEi\iiJfti.tLNT To i'HE CON- STITUiiUM JxEivioViiNU LEuici- LATIVE AUTHUnlTY TO LIWiT A STATE TAX BASED UPON ASSESSED VALUATION OF AMENDMENT BE IT KJNAC'iEL) BY THE 1 PKUPLK Oi'' THE STATE ARKANSAS: That the following shall be an amendment to the Constitution: The General. Assembly shall not have power to levy State taxes based upon the assessed valuation of the property of the Stale." Initiative petition for tin! above proposed Constitutional Amendment filed in this office on the 1st day of July, 1<M8. Witness my hand and seal of office on this the 3rd day of August Clerk of each county affected who shall record same. Appeals from the action of any County Board of Education oil mailers of annexation as authorized herein may be filed within thirty days from the date of such actioii with any court of competent jurisdiction. SECTION 4. No construction shall be given to any part of this Act thai would result in impairing the obligations or any valid contract ot any school district. Except as 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 .are sevorable, and if any i part, or provision hereof shall be held void, (he decision of the court C. G. HALL Secretary of Stale Sept. G, 13, 21), 27 •• • • — - Q _ ___ , Cost of publication to the taxpayers of this notice in this paper (4 times) is $81.90. PROPOSED INITIATED ACT NO. 1 Proposed by Petition of the People POPULAR NAME OF ACT SCHOOL DISTRICT REORGANIZATION ACT. BALLOT TITLE "AN ACT TO DISSOLVE SCHOOL iiju shall not affect or impair any of Oi< . the remaining parts or provisions Of the Act. , ' • Initiative petition for' the above proposed Initiated Act filed in this office on the llth day of June, 1048. Witness my hand and -seal of office on this the 3rd day of August, C. G.HALL, Secretary of Stale Sept. (i. 13, 20, 27 „, , Q - , Cost of publication to the taxpayers of this nolicc in Ihis paper (4 limes) lennis today the National Singles championship passed in'.o the sturdy hands of Richard (Pancho) Gonzalcs, a 20-year-old power player from lhc busy, year-round courts of Los Angeles. Gonzalcs, one of the youngest net stars ever to wear the crown, captured it yesterday when he whipped Eric Sturgess of South Africa, 6-2, G-3, 14-12, in the finals of a tournament which was marked by the passing of the game's old guard, at least from the championship scene. Players like Frankic Parker, Gardnar Mulloy and Bill Talbert— left behind by Jack Kramer to carry on when he turned pro after winning the title in 1947 — never progressed beyond the quarterfinals in this (>7th annual tournament. The 32-year-old Parker was the only one of the trio to get that far. Instead, the youngsters who have developed since th c war dominated the championships. Mrs. Margaret Osborne DtiPont, Wilmington. Del., won the feminine championship. She bounced back after a first set defeat to outlast the defending chamnjon, Louise Brough of Beverly Hills, Calif., with svhom she has shared the national doubles title for seven years, 4-6,0-4, 15-13. America is now growing more trees and removing less than in Western Field Modd 30 6-Shol Repeater Sholyun. 12 gauge with 30-inch Lan-cj. 60 C 561 59 95 Was 311.25! Dependable Winter King Slaadunl r>aitery (Type 1). Guaranteed s. 61NKC310F |Q 45 HuiTaln I'luii] heavy.w,-i;;ht All Wool Shirt. Oub.iain.ling value! 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Make your :r<.-ln lions . . . tlu-n step to the phono. Oureourleoiis salesgirl.-, nil] hjndle- thedi-iailo. Store Hours 9 to 5:30 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED It you are not sati.-ficd with any puivhaM.-, we will refund your monev. 7u veal's of service stand iuck oi this "uaianlec. 212 Main MONTHLY PAYMENTS Take advantage of our convenient Monthly Payment Plan. (Jet the things you need now . . . pay for (hem out o! vour income. Delivery in 48 Hours is ?31.2f). PROPOSED INITIATED ACT NO. 2 Proposed by Petition of the People POPULAR NAME OF ACT A PROPOSAL FOR AN ACT AMENDING THE LIQUOR LAWS REGARDING LOCAL OPTION ELECTIONS. BALLOT TITLE "AN ACT TO AMEND THE LIQUOR LAWS OF THE STATE lire membership of lhc' County Board of Elcclion Commissioners 1'or 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 (90) days before any General Election for State, District, or County office. <| In the event of a vacancy ov disqualification on the pan of any buue or County Chairman for cither the majority or minority parties. then and in that event, the Stale Vice-Chairma.n or County Vice- Chairman ot the party in which such vacancy occurs shall act as County Chairman or Stale Chairman as the case may be for all of Ihe purposes set out in Ihis Act unlil a new County Chairman or State Chairman is selected by such parties. SECTION 3. It shall be the dutyg. of the County Boards of Election Commissioners not less than five (5) .days preceding a general election to select and appoint three (3) judges 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 Ihe Counly Board of Election Commissioners representing the majority party and one (1) OF ARKANSAS SO DISTRICTS IN. ARKANSAS WHICH 1 QUIRE THAT ALL 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 FOR THE NEWLY' CREATED DISTRICT; TO PROVIDE THAT THE COUNTY SCHOOL SUPER- AS TO LOCAL RE-j OPTION ELECTIONS, TO DETERMINE THE LEGALITY OR ILLEGALITY OF THE MANUFACTURE. SALE, BARTERING, LOANING, OR GIVING AWAY OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS TO BE HELD ONLY ON THE REGULAR BIENNIAL NOVEMBER GENERAL ELECTION DAYS. TO PROVIDE THAT THE PETITION VISOR IN EACH COUNTY SHALL i FOR A LOCAL OPTION ELEC- BE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE i TION SHALL. BE PREPARED IN NEWLY CREATED DISTRICT- i ACCORDANCE WITH INITIATED ''" ..... ~ " — "" ....... ~ ~" ..... ~ TO EMPOWER THE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION TO ANNEX ANY PORTION, OR ALL OF THE NEWLY CREATED DISTRICT TO ANOTHER DISTRICT OR DISTRICTS- TO PRO- judge and one (1) clerk at .precinct shall be chosen and ap-' pointed by Ihe member of Ihe County Board of Election Commissioners representing the minority party. The County Boards of Election Commissioners shall immediately upon performing such duties prepare, publish and post in a public place in lhc Sheriff's office and in the Counly Clerk's office of each Counly. their respeclivc list of appointees as judges and clerks of election. In the event the majority or minority representatives on suclv-i County Boards of Election Commis™' sioners do not select and appoint their 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 both of lhc clerks at any voting precinct be members of the same political party. SECTION 4. The qualifications of all persons on Ihe Stale Board o£ Election Commissioners. County Board of Election Commissioners. ACT NO. 1 OF lfM2 AND THAT SHALL BE FILED. AND THE I ________ _____ .. SUBSEQUENT PROCEEDINGS! precinct judges and clerks shall bej. THEREON SHALL BE HAD AND i the same, to-wit: CONDUCTED. IN THE MANNER) They shall be qualifier! electors PROVIDED FOR COUNTY INIT-jof the State, County and precinct VIDE FOR AN APPEAL FROM. i IATIVE MEASURES BY INITIA-'in which they reside or in which . . _. REFERENDUM 1 they keep their political residence. THE ACTION OF ANY COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION ON MATTERS OF ANNEXATION TO ANY COURT OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION." ACT BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS: SECTION 1. On June 1, 104!), Ihcre is hereby created in each county a new school districl which shall be composed o£ lhc territory of all school districts administered in the county which had less 3nO enumerated on March 1, !!)40, as reflected by the 1948 school enumeration. It is the intent of this soelion to authorize, between the date of the j adoption of this act and March 1, ID-lit, the re-organization or annex-! alion of districts which would bs dissolved by this Act, in accordance with existing law governing reorganizations or annexations. The new district in each county shall be known as the " County School District No " Such district shall have all the rights, responsibilities and privileges of other school districts and the Board of such district shall have all the duties, responsibilities and authority of other school boards except as provided heroin. SECTION 2. Within ten days after the creation of the new district as provided herein, the County Board of Education shall call a special election for the purpose of electing members of a school board to serve the new district. There shall be placed on Ihe ballol as candidates the names of persons who arc qualified electors residing in the territory included in the new district and whose names as candidates have been filed in Ihe office of the County Board of Education, not less than twenty days before the election on petitions s.igned by twenty or more qualified electors residing in the territory in the new district. The County Board shall: a. Designate Ihe date of the clcclion. b. Cause notice of such election to be published once a week for three consecutive weeks, the last publication of which shall be not less than twenty days prior to the date of the lection. Such notice shall time and plac TIVE AND AMENDMENT NO. CONSTITUTION OF 7 TO THE I They shall be discreet persons, able ARKANSAS < to read and write the English guage and shall not have been ING THERETO, FOR THE RE- j convicted of any infamous crime AND ENABLING ACTS PERTAIN-! la the ballot for the and. give the voting. c. Prepare election. d. Appoint the judges clerk's for the election. The election officials shall certify the returns of the election to the County Clqrk. The County Judge shall, within ton days of the election, canvas the returns of the election and certify the results thereof to the County Board. The length of term of (he newly elected board members of the dis- PEAL OF ALL LAWS AND PARTS OF LAWS IN CONFLICT HEREWITH, AND TO PROVIDE THAT THIS ACT SHALL BE OPERATIVE AND IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT ON AND AFTER DECEMBER 1, 1948." ACT BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS: SECTION 1. Local option elections, to determine the legality or illegality of the manufacture, sale, bartering, loaning, or giving away of intoxicating liquors, shall hereafter be held only on the regular biennial November general election clays. SECTION 2. Every petition for n local option election shall be prepared in accordance with Initiated Act No, 1 of 1942, and it shall be filed, and the subsequent proceedings thereupon shall be had and conducted, in the manner provided for county initiative measures bv Initiative 'and- Referendum Amendment No. 7 to the Constitution of Arkansas and enabling acts pcr- laininc thereto. SECTION 3. All laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith arc hereby repealed and this act shall be operalive and in full force, and effect on and afler December 1, 1948. Inilialivo petition for the above proposed Initiated Act filed in (his office on the 1st day of July, 1948. Witness my hand and seal of office on this the 3rd day of August 1948 . • C. G. HALL Secretary of State. Sept. 6, 13, 20. 27. o —_ Cost of publication to the taxpayers of this notice in this paper (4 times) is $8.9.70. PROPOSED INITIATED ACT NO. 3 Pronosecl by Petition of the People POPULAR NAME OF ACT AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR DIRECT POLITICAL PARTY RESPONSIBLE IN THE HOLDING OF ALL GENERAL ELECTIONS AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES BALLOT TITLE "AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR DI- and no member of a County Board of Election Commissioners shall bo a candidate for any office to be filled at any general election while serving on said County Board. SECTION 5. It shall be the of the majority and minority parties to keep on file wilh their respective State Chairmen, a complete list of all of their respective County Chairmen and it shall be the duty of the respective State Chairmen of both the majority an:l minority parlies to keep on file with the Secretary of the Stale Election Board, a complelc list of such County Chairmen and to notify promptly the said Secretary o£ the State Election Board of any death, resignation, disqualification or vacancies in the office ofc any County Chairman and to notify promptly (he said Secretary of the State Election Board of the election of a new Chairman to fill any vacancies thus created. It shall be the duty of ihe oec- retary of the Stale Election Board to keep such lists of Counly Chairmen furnished by the respective State Chairmen of the majority and minority parties as public records open at all limes to public in- speclion. In the event that no County 0 £lRECT POLITICAL PARTY RESPONSIBILITY IN THE HOLDING OF ALL' GENERAL ELECTIONS IN ARKANSAS AND TO PROVIDE FOR MAJORITY AND MINORITY PARTY REPRESENTATION ON THE STATE BOARD OF El .ECT10N COMMISSIONERS, ON ALL COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTION' COMMISSIONERS AND AT ALL VOTING PRECINCTS AT ALT, GENERAL AND SPECIAL ELECTIONS FOR TOWNSH/P, COUNTY. DISTRICT OR STATIC OFFICE. FOR ELEC- rict created bv this Act shall be |TK)NS OF U. S. SENATORS AND determined in accordance with pro-1 REPRESENTATIVES IN CON- visions of existing law. GUESS. AND AT ALL ELECTIONS FOR SUBMISSION OF ALL ACTS AND MEASURES UNDER The County School Supervisor shall be superintendent of the new, .._ ,,,... district. In addition to his duties as! INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM County School Supervisor, he shall ! IN ARKANSAS." perform the duties and assume the j PE IT ENACTED RV THK PF.O- responsibililies in tb e new'district! PLK OF THE STATE OF AR- as entrusted tu superintendents of I KANSAS: other school" districts. j SECTION 1. For the purpose of SECTION 'i. It shall be tbe dutv'this Act. t'no majority party shall of the newly electel school board > be eonslnu-d to be 'thai political and the County '"Hoard of Kduca-i "arty polling, in Ihe State of Artion not only to provide an ae-jkansas. the greatest number of credited elementary school fur, votes fur Governor in the lasi pre- ever.v child as close to iiis home j cediii;' general election and the as possible, but also to provid-j! minority p.-irlv shall be construe-'! every child access to an aecred-j to bf U).-it poliUf-'.il parly ix/lling. i't itcd hi.uh school. To accomplish ' the Stale of Arkansas.' the second this purpose, each County Hoard oi ' greatest number of votes for Gov- Eduealion shall study the entire i ""nor in the last preceding General school program of its county. If it : Election. is found that some or all portions! of the new School District as created herein can be .served mure i-f-• i'ecliycly and more efficiently by aoolher ilislric) or di.sl rids, the C'ountv Hoard ol Education with the , consent of tiie Board of Directors of the school district to which such annexation is oruoosed. h* hereby! aulhon/.ed and directed lo make SECTION 2. The Governor, the Alto-nev General. Ihe Secretary of Slate. _ the Stale Chairman of'the Slate I'enP'al Committee nf the majority party and the State Chairman of the Slate Central Corn- ittoe of the minority Paj-tv shall Chairman or Counly Vice-Chairman, has been elecled in any of ihe sev~ eral Counties of Arkansas for either 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 lo appoint a qualified person to fill such vacancies whether or not such vacancies be caused by failure lo elect, death, resignation or disqualification, provided, however, thai all such appointments to fill the vacancies on the County Boards of Election Commissioners in tha- positions to be held by said Comity- Chairmen of the majority and minority parlies shall be terminated 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 6. Any person violating the provisions of this Act shall b" guilty of a felony, punishable by a sentence from one (1) lo C!5) years in the State Penitentiary and from and after conviction for such offense, shall in addition to the. sentence imposed, by Ihe Circuit Court, be forever barred from holding any public or elective office in Arkansas. SECTION 7. All laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith are hereby repealed and this Act'shall be in full force and effect from and after its adoption by a majority vote of the electors, voting on the question of the adoption of said Acl. casl in the general election in which said Act is submitted to a vo*e of the people. Initiative petition for the abovp, proposed Initiated Act filed in thili office on the 2nd day of July. 1948. Witness inv hand and seal of office on this the 3rd day of August, 1948. C. G. HALL Secretary of State Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27 Legal Notice constitute the State Hoard of lClec-| Witness my hand and 1he s lion Commissioner.-:. The Governor "^ said court ibis 127 day of Aug •I as ex-oHieio Chairman of Hoard and the Secretarv of II ad as ex-ofi'icio Socre- s of sni'-l Hoard. unly Choirni'm of the •lit r.-.l Cmoniiilec '•!' the partv and Iho ('<.onlv n ol ihe C'OIMHV Central ce of tin- nruni-ity partv mi-mbi'i-.-i of Hie County I" Klee'.ion C'oir.ovssioners ti.'j.eiber \\iih une addition; 1 or d meii if.ier io be appointed bv j Slate Board of Fleclioii Com- < jin.s.-iijJic:^, fhjil tuJiilitute the u-a- i WARNING ORDER No. R790 In the Chancery Courf v of Hempslead Counly. Ark. Emma Lee Bowman . Plaintiff vs. lire Bowman Defendant The Defendant. Ike Bowman is warned to apnear in this court within Ihirtv days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Emma Le<- Bowman. seal ..usl 1948. C. E. Weaver. Clerk (S K -\ I, i H'.M. .1..N1 P. Ve.'ev Alt' H'.n. .l,,Nl P. V.-.-'.>v Alt'v f»r PI lion W. Kendall I.emU y, Att'y liii-m. Aim :-;o. Se.pi c. 13. 20 Largest Bear Til" world's larue^t carnivorous animal is the Kudiak bear, found in the pore suecies only on Kodialc ^.hoid. Alaska. These creatures ft'-M attain a height of 12 feet lid \viiigh iriore than a ton.

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