Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 1, 1948 · Page 2
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two Amendment Would Remove State Power (Editors note: Throe consti- - Uuional amendments and four initiated acts will bo presented _ to Arkansas voters for (heir consideration at the General election in November Tbi.<; ; s the third in a aeries of article's discussing the purposes of tlv proposals. ) Nubbins Enters School HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Bulletin Lit.tle PiC'.-k. Oct. 1 — (/p> — A Blytheviiie nk'h school football .-tar \YiiF declined eligible today o-.ii.v -.• few hours after'it had been .VMiotiriced that he was ineligible. •.-o;.:i;e Burnett, executive secre- . of nsDs athletic asso- By BOB BROWN Liltk> RocJc. Oct. i — stHutional Amendment sponsored by Gov. cBen cane would remove the, state from t property tax field forever. The proposal is simple. The brief amendment says "the general assembly shall not have the pov- cr • lo levy state taxes based upon ihe j of'\h S a '" ali ° n ° f th(> pr0!K ' rt - v > Friday, October 1, 1948 ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK National Stoer;vnru.-, 111.. Oct —,•/!>,—rUSDA i — ~iio:-s. fi.OflQ: bar Cov. Laney contends that the i amendment—which is a continua-1 lion of his fiscal policy during four! years in office — win encoura-'e higher property assessments and" eventually provide more revenue lor counties schools and other! D , """ " .-•.,.:,-.<.-.;• local units of government. A', pres-! K c ™rnbcr Forrest "Nubbins" Hoffman? Four vear< -mo he rein ont the state collects the tax at! bratcd- an early ChriMmap. because rloetoi - r- •"i-.-i f , t the rate of 6 1-2 mills on each j Uvo to SQO December 25. Now 7, "Nubbins Ivi-" r- ter d <-,'''hi' «°w pS KO& """"»' Chcycnne - ^.^.rro'Ti ln C Tr ^ o"- ^ •*" "People are suspicious of the * al -y ^e!/, for Ibc finvt lime m his life. stale's collecting taxes to be! -«-« ""^".""7 T — — -• s ^™~!~:\ Jhell(1 e Appears to Hove EH«I;?s\S^! Tl « r ned Aaainst Russia's little as possible .into the tr-.-nsury' This amendment would end thai 11 piaces responsibility for financing the counties and schools back i at,., the local level where il be-' Jongs. j Actually tho amendment is not i needed to . take the stale on! of i Vn5-7 , V a , lorcm 'lax business. The i -1947 legislature took care of (h; by- providing that the state shoi stop collecting the tax after Dec i , ., • 3J, 1948. However, the amendment I ^''.Ii,.,. ,., is needed if future legislatures are K ' L L ! . Ul M '"''''• to be prevented from re-establish-L " 3no :ns the levy. line crises hav i'l llv player, end Mar- , will b-i clit;ii;li. to play j fVifj' ir,'dr> ittle iii.ek here toniuM. I .' .,. '-'', . said, however, that Hall '<]' ,'„ .,.;,' ii"t.-1,.,h>i" lo plav against jr-1 .' . . ',. ' .•:n--| I'.-.ragr.-uld earlier this -V- • ; ' 'and that Biythevilie had I f, 1 '.: ,'"'".,' •-"•r.-d t,. iorfci tits victories I.',-,.,,,:',',;"'•.•'' - two lea n !S. ; ( . ," t '. .' ,,, < .:< ei:l:v<> comndl.lee. the sec-|i~,'|'-''' "i " ""iiertvd. because his faini-l ' ,'• •'!'•'. 'H". no, i'-side in Biytheviile. K, hi:;h school ' official-- ),'''''.' ett thai; 1 .,': •ed from ; ,'.'.,;'. "Ville this ! iV^i', .eap Continiiocl From Page One Hope Star May Never Hope Man Attends Rights Meefrir«g at'Little Roek Star of'Hope 1899; Press 1927, Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon b>- STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Secretary-Treasurer ot the Star building 212-21-t South Walnut "Si,eet, Hope, Ark. Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Piiblishe' Paul H. Jones, Monoginq Editor George W. Hosiior, Mc-ch. Supt. Jess M. Duvis, Advertising Manager Little Rock, Sept. 30 —, UJ - ,— I Gov. Ben Laney conferred with Stater; Rights Democratic leaders ... _ . tonay after describing the move- • smnglon Oct. 1 —OP)—A top ment an the beginning of a ni:i\$n-" io.s..,:ona. spy-hunter said to-1 ment of political Dai-lies in i| K . many persons suspected of I United States. ' ,X itse of (ne rtnager of exposing jmovemenl will prove 1 the bcginnim'! closely kept. ],_,)' a conservative, party." he- saicK I — • '*>-:'^ ) 'J.' ii cmi.sei \ ci U V(. p.Uay. nt 1 S'.'UCi. '• i IJ'scussing this probability. Rep i' II would be much more !oi*ica] if i McDowell (R-Pai. actini'' chah - i lllc supporter* t.-f various ideas. •n.':\n ol ihe House un-American <\ c -i would lino, up uiui.'-r the nrof-res- ! uviliey _ Committee. (,,)() reporters !*';'!•'•'•'''' V"'-r;il banners." a fundamental change" in \nicr-i ''' U! governor conferred, with .can court processes may ue nee- ! Mi'Htt •G'hsen. U-o^view. To:;.. .oi-.i-, ; ——— ;c-ssa-ry. " . j.States Sight's ,cam]-.ai:in. maiuigem > .< : .i|.. tntr-red a-v second tlas5 matter at tht ' IT-, ---;ri u,,- " ,, • . 'and fon - lr-'--li'Ti- Ai-vWi, <'i-,('n 1 ,. 1 lA "'••='i w n 1 ?"^' ^bP™* - ndcr «-:iin»-^^p a^;^f;ri,„ i ltlia - *"^™A^^ ss ^ 9 "", l i : • • . '• A .'liiindred or more"' of P"!" 1 , 1 1)lans - . ' •• - -. ic:!-l (AP)—Means Associated Press. !America'.'! one-iime secrets nrob --»f«ans;ins afiendiny file meetin.g. Xed | '..'K A;—Moan: Newspaper Enterprise li'bly bavr- been ft;i],,',i -n"'l' h--iried Vi '''' e • 1(in ' 1 D;.,'i!;v t',. M:iriarina,- .,, i A^oc.otion. over to Ru.^ia. incluciinV'' inforn---,. T;il!>nl i'' 1 ^)'!. ii/;;-.-, ';;«J'- ; A.mU- • 1 ••A"is b, ralerl in the CSoviet prr-s, h:s death, which endeared , ' m:m.v as a martyr in U H, e ', ' A "° ciotion ' ' |ow >»" Ru^ia; inchidin^ informa- r - ^ • , >'•>• \ Subscription Rot'cs: (Always Payable \, \™$,.™ ^ al ?'" b ™*>- J'-'l Pro- j '^J' ^ r .,. a " tl l! - Advance); By city carrier per wec-k 20c jP-' 1 -'- 1011 ""cl raflar. J -''! U( - «ock per month S5c. Mail rotes—in homo ; :'!. But this eonr-trv d-'ll i,-,- ij ^',' L \ y admitled he probably " <ln | \vouicl be classified as a conserv?:,. "'' lf.-'s: stead, Nevada, Hov/ard, Miller anc 'rn;:nv secrel-; no .'1 .Ol'l-"?.."/!; i Lcrayette ccuntics, S4.50 per year; else 'yet has' 'been aly •vau.s" ui ihe iieople. ny tive in any partv realignment but' '"- said be was not a veaciionary. .... I.aiu-y raid the terms "lilj'er;.vl'''' _-,.,,_ -' PCUL,RY AND PRODUCE Tii-sie High J*\v,f.ir^~,. -a Owfcs One tile normal flow of evidence force into the open many of the : well-kept secrets. : McDowell ..tave as an illustra- : Little Rock. Oct. 1 — iVP.i— Sep- ; i;rn the situation he n.-u'd Ihe ar:v.v |te: r :»oi- vvoo collections of Arkau-, . lounci itsell m riuvinH "be war. The jtember collections of A.) ;can<:a- uov.-'rnrner.l then miL'lit c^iiv ; special ta:-:os reached a rer-ord '""' ''. "\' f '\ ';'" ' '-'.;r,L-. against the tiny vii'tis that "- ' "-'-•' i invades the human cells, arrli-d an ' Jf<J\ve.\-er .penicillin c(u,-t inhala: •:,,,_;_ ..^'i lions miilliply by many limes ihe : '-•on.-jcnlrnlion of the dmt; that can bo brouslit' directly to the site force, action in The case of C y.echosloval'ia ' I sj.ssniation of Gcrgel Kirov. ve-|or: bookings' ;*"i Or;i";-,f.-i--,.u- , v i :-arde;t as Sialin's ri^ht hand man in 0 )d- " si j'j op i-,".,-' .-->i t ^ '{ "-"I'-.M i! !" i [.-inci .successor, days which shook Uls- '-eceio't' ""e"'•'<'• 'ri-'-"-""--' : ,,,-V )Op,i\/ i Soviet Russia from one end to the i cent lovn--" iv.si"" .-".-'--.~-" 1 .' 'v " ; i -" •'• / other. There followed immense j sales so'l'ini) bM^'.-l-"--" ''"-' ••'(•-';', -i : .-'"' Continued From P,-u;e One I convulsions within the Red oligar- .-• • • --•-••• • --.JL..- -.,v.^,i *»oiiuujuiiun — sierjned in durinff the 1947 general assemblv and forced Laney to extend the tax one year. He had advocated it« discantimiance as of Dec; 31 1947 •- A-E-A -officials adeclined to eom- mu themselves on the pronosa'l today but _it was learned that the oreamzatio'i's board of dirnr-tm-c ,••"" ^"«>it;-iiiiii meuiocis. sue i A r- i -\ •< •'••' ';"* ^1^1,., -• •••- •-• •- ^^ "«•> will probably discuss the measure h ? sn ' 1 b " en «°»vt.-Hocl to Con.mu- 'nV'-rlio- , r * l {',*™* M(m : Canadian under us own axe wieklec -.11.1 n ~. *._ j.t_ . . . _ • 111 ^'in 'm rl c n t- M -i 11 c t i'\\ f i • ' ^ - - 1 ' '-!•.' Of" n m 1 c " l ' 1 (il 1 t O ] ( I ' S' il I 111 ion | in..in, ana sue \\ Hi nuke 1or her . nr.i».--,--,,,,, •• --"'in.....i(.iH. I'na , -'•ii i ' IJ< is acHvr.. l h ' eedom when Ihe opportunity , £"? ;";..,, '•,',•„«»' Muit<;_ certain ; I..U Ibis was only the beg I'l jmnD ' ' UMIUl I U . Continued From Page One mes NEW ORLEANS COTTON I it has been developed with Re- i i publican participation. _. ^ — *".r *^O«-MO;> UIC JIIC prior to the general election. However, as the group is active-I '•" ^Iy,-pushing two other proposals - ! nn . K<!!i - aB T one:,ro reorganize school district- t-'^'^Him:-- and the other to remove the mill ceiling pn property schools — it may dc . a controversy over amendrqent. .. : --Q . New Orleans. Oci -1 — -',T j i— Col- j . Although he called for a United I ginning ceran n i:.s not yot produced an ; of the Great Purge, which in time , .Use, engulfed hundreds of thou- Soviet ' -aiKls ui non-political citizens, in- aiiona Cptfoii Pickers Peiid $3 Hundred in Helena Area o r"S. cdl , S hV rlC 5 h^WV^nrt^'u..^^.^^,^^^^'^ «.-'t|y.«u- Soviefsa.ds „, non poliiical 'citizens, i ironertv H-'l f Denied by the world war and to i i ." l iU;(1 ''l' 1 lul'-'riiaiional 1 '-HKiii-.g ;-. nniltiuide of teachers. y decide to nvnir|i !;it ' k " f "I'pi-siti.oi l,v tr,.i(i" ( '. -V >'-'" 1I1>1 '.'' '.";' 'V"^"-''-"-' "I .-uomic I ;-^ to E'.vaJlow Uemyan. my hu ver Ihn T avJKl lies who v ere ea;', r u, n eel M,e J "'^-•nals Ix-eause "tbe inter- band, and to wrench my life o >ver the Laney j . V!S , !( ,,. ()f ;( t . c -,.,,,.;/:,;,' i(l . ..^i 1 .,'! , inat.onal contn,) on.:.,nixalion „,- <'l it.-- routine. ... _ !Bolsh(.-vists have ti-;u'fi")-ed o', t'i-e '''''° cl Us ls n<)1 '''•" -nlt.'i natioiK'.l or-| (Tomorrow: The events lead- Ifact that their a'l iipi-s-' or-rinVe.-! • Han i zatl(in - It is an American or-i in.' Uj Uie purge of Oksana Kar -i -, . .... * ' ' '' ' - i71 v "- *- ll J-' ' ! ^l ! rj • i n i •/ -i t i /,,, 1, ., j , i ..... i_! i ._ i._.i_ i recoi-c-i-ed ir(>m crarlv i Stn ' es of Europe, the Republic")! j ion jutiire;; recoi-ered f;-f'>n early I al: ''vs 01 iLurope. tn« Republic"!! | declines here t.iday on trade buy- j presidential nominee left open the ins' and weekend :-h./ri ci.vei-iiv^ ciuosiion of American military Closing prices Were v<_rv st<.a"ciy b:ic!:ing for any such federation." 3. r ) cent-; lo ,-;'i.i!a a i.iyle iiiqhf-r. ' Senator Arthur Vandenbcrg iR- Oct hi:-;h :il.."7 --• inv :>,().'.','.:. — eluse |-VIichi lias proposed a 25-year pact | Helena, Sept. 30 — (UP) — Jonjaickers in Phillips county \vill '•,' '"" ' 'd rate of s: </cciip I'-^stein l::urope. and they have i ri-'a'iVi'riVv" li' taken adv:mtaj:e of Die naive- tru.si of the Western democracies. The lleds had easy pickiiK; for a loni' lime, n,,bb!inu. un helpless countries oecuplcrl 1 )V Soviel jli-ii..;)).-;. Uut n,,w tb Cot- i()lfensive ill Kurope lias boj^ed ' --\y ^1.5 :) Ueniyan. my hits:- jj f . c hjoh. 31 17 'Ul j :>i.rr iMch high ,'jfi !):' — I 3(1.92 i Auiy big! J. tiG-l)7 I Jiy h:<!n NEW YORK COTTON -.\uiiist German aggression. ^ andenber.a's influence is widr-lv what Dewcy calls his Don't Go. Another Day This Sure Quick Relief The Nash Laboratory has been Toe Itch introd'.ictorv olfer. 1 V'->ilo""be m-ide no rlirert rr.fr.- Itcn and Ath'des Foot Remedy to n'V to iv- PM-I'^ vw,, ,H Rive sure and prompt reliel or voiu ' u-e i o rl <h, i;- i f' ^ "^- ! money back. Athletes Foot is a [ ~.. V^j th-f.-n the Heli^,^i, , °" '^"""^ Disease if not treated in Go to y-.,ur Dru- Store anc! -ct I "i r n.V Vrl vvi „ cohbeiatK11 = °i time. Nash's Kayo is Uie righl a 50c boltio of hash's Kavo, aid , at u t nd \- Iwpe treatment and should be used as i use i! for four niuhi.s and mw-n- j inal e-uielt:, and aggression will j soo n as possible after infection I hus. If von are not hi-'hlv ijlea^-' : yicio. lo. in:/ spirit ol lirmness and , beains. ask for and i;et --'uur money'b:'n-k." [ J ' u , s ;. l , ! '•'-•„ , ,. i Attention: — High School and; JOHN I\ C'TiX PlIAHMACV''"- : i .".e Reniibliean nominee schc-d- ' rnlle'.-e fnnehf.a- — Sr, vnn in- -.0-,. „. \;i,- . GUARANTEE Go to y..ur Dm--!' Store and -ret 50c bnitie of Hash's Kayo, and r,. Sot nt :i Of the, Phillips County Farmers'As-- -;h.- vi«' ualion. The new wage means ; i ' ' «»sc of 50 cents per "in,!' K.r <?xic;.n nationals and a :f>U'The- don cent reduction for some Texas ii.ei v,'-"ei', JVI>'Xicans and local pickers. i' 01 ( .i- " ARK •7:45ATUR <ff? I, 1 »>•&•" ia AY NSGHT ••t'4'reem-.-ii! back to the Atomic Kn --!•'.;. ei.in.-r.i.ssinn \vilh fir. 1 ) 1 ) inslrlic lions tii write a tre;;ty for sub-i, , • !i-.is;-i,:ii lo the security council and I , '"• 1 - :1 - 7 eventually, tin: ueiien;! assembly. L '- o!l U U '•'> Vi:--!unsk.v saici the majority of t!u- i.-(immi.--sion, \vhieh favored the ••>'" M.-t-smn. ; A •i-.ei-icr.n I'jrojjosal. was trying to put the carl before the horse by I'.helner ! (us- . c 1 , -maudlin; internaiioiial control uf '•••''''"' "•' i.'"!. . at, iiiiL- eni-ruy before ii i: YORK STOCKS Xew Yi-r:-:. O, I aiu! rails in a move nil n! in-i i l-:el i rely lr\iii:; to contuse thepee- j 11!(;I 'v i'l 1 liie world." He then ap- i'ii 1.1 the United Stales to --.'.• i 1 !.ml will fruiii the 1-M-gin• nid ban this horrible v.'eap- ai:i asking yuu. ineinbers ef iii:,.io:iiy why are you slirink- I' ; !-i ibis ban?" The while> '.i l;u.-:sian asked. "What ]ire- , e>- . ;.'i,'i".:'ni; such a slep now':", iirJn'ed e'.it that .xuine of the '•-ei.-, had said thai "only oi:t "'•• bas a moiionolv on a 1 new bloc o t' o SoldioHs WORLD Starts Next Wednesday —Adv. 1 Tise N$i£lfpn 9 $ 304 - 306 East 3rd Phone 442

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