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Page Eight (Continued from Page 7) .••••»••• ••i**»«<i*ttit «•»*:»• i 84. Sporting Equipments CB EQUIPMENT: in stock; mobiles, bases, antennas, linears, crystals. I Gopher Cycles - 902 West Third. 8-27-4tp *5. Bearing Apparel HOPE (ARK.) STAR Tuesday, August 27, 1974 anees recommended by the Commission but (be General Assembly ihnll have no authority to in< reasc the compensation and allowances recommended by the Commission. ARRIVALS - JUNIOR AND MISSES Jeans, Tops, Pantsuits, Dresses. Also have Sale Rack. Open until 8:30 and Sunday afternoon. Bonnies Dress Shop - Bodcaw. Come Browse. ft-a-lmc X8. Livestock • •••••••^••••••••»»-*.k*4tk*»*. FOIl SALE - 500 LB. GRAIN FED Locker. Calves, also Baby Calves. Denver Ward 899-2470. 8-21-€tc LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT # 55 (Referred to (lie People by (lie General Assembly lo be voted upon at the General Election on November 5, 1974) (Popular Name) LEGISLATIVE \ND EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION COMMISSION (Ballot Title) FOH A I'KOPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ESTABLISHING A LEGISLATIVE AND EXECUTIVE OFFICERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION, AND PRESCRIBING THE AUTHORITY AND RESPONSI- DILITY OF THE COMMISSION. BE IT RESOLVED by the House of lU'pn-sciitativc.s of the State of Arkansas, and liy the Senate, r majority of all members elected to each house agreeing thereto: That the following is hereby proposed a.s an amendment to the Constitution ol the Stale ol Arkansas and upon being .submitted to the electors of the Slate for approval or rejection at the next general election for representatives and senators, if a majority of the electors voting thereon at such an election, adopt such amendment, the same shall become a part of the Constitution of (he State of Arkansas, to wit: SECTION 1. There is hereby created the Legislative and Executive Officers' Compensation Commission which shall be composed of seven (7) members, four (•I) of whom .shall be appointed by the Chief Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court and three (3) of whom shall be appointed by the Governor. Members of the Commission shall be appointed for terms nf'sevrn (7) years exceot that the members first appointed shall draw lots for their respective terms with two (2) of such members serving lor terms of two (2) years, two (2) serving lor terms of lour (4) years, (wo (2) serving for terms of six (fi) years and one (1) serving lor a term ol seven (7) years. No person shall be appointee! to the Commission unless such person is a qualified elector of the Slate of Arkansas. No person shall be appointed to or continue to serve on the Commission who is related to any member ol the Arkansas General Assembly orany Executive Officer ol the Slate within the second degree nl consanguinity or affinity, or who is an official or employee ol the Stale ol Arkansas or ol any department 01 ageucv of the State or ol any political subdivision of the Stale innl am .school district in the State. Men i hers hip ol the Commission shall he broadly representative of (he citizens of 'this State and no more than two (2) members of the Commission shall be residents ol the same congressional district. SECTIONS. The Commission shall be appointed and shall hold its first meeting within thirty (30) days alter the effective dale of this The compensation and allowances enacted by the General Assembly pursuant to the recommendations of the Commission as to Legislative Officers shall take effect on Jtiniiimi.Jl next following the first biennial General Election after (lie law establishing such compensation and allowances becomes ef- .eelivf and as to Executive Officers suall take eflect on such date as is specified by law. The provisions of such law with respect to the compensation and allowances of members of the General Assembly and Executive Officers shall continue in force Until a revision thereof is recommended by the Commission and enacted by the General Assembly. SECTION fi. In no event shall the compensation and allowances of members of the General Assembly or Executive Officers lie less than the compensation ami allowances provided the members of the General Assembly prior lo ratification of this constitutional amendment. SECTION 7. (a) The terms "Legislative Officers" and "Members of the General Assembly" a.s used herein shall be defined as those persons duly elected and serving in the Arkansas House of Representatives and Arkansas it-null 1 a.s provided by the Constitution of the State of Arkansas; (b) the term "Evwntiv." f Officers" as used Herein shall he dclined a.s those officers of the Executive l)e- partmentof this State as defined by the Constitution of the State of Arkansas. SECTION H. It is unlawful for tiny member ol the Commission created herein to use or attempt to use his position on the Commission to exert any influence on any member or members of the Gen- Tal Assembly or any Executive Officer, and any member of the Commission violating the provisions ol this Section shall be .guilty if a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall he imprisoned lor not more than six. (6) months or fined not more than leu thousand dollars ($10,000) or both. Filed in the Office of Secretary of State on April 10, 1973. KELLY BRYANT Secretary of State 'Jt'ii" of Arkansas meet and exercise all sue h powers as provided by law. SECTION 5. Compensation of each county officer shall he fixed by the Quorum Court within a minimum and maximum to be determined by law. Compensation may not be decreased during a current term; provided, however, dor- ing the interim, from the date of adoption of this Amendment until the first day of thn next succeeding month following the date of approval of salaries by the Quorum Court, salaries of county officials shall be determined by law. Fees of the office shall not be the basis of compensation for officers or employees of county offices. Per diem compensation for members of the Quorum Court shall be fixed by ' SECTION 6. All County Officers shall he bonded as provided by law. SECTION 7. Sections 1 and 4 of this Amendment shall be effective January 1, 1977, and all other provisions hereof shall be effective when this Amendment is adopted. SECTION 8. All parts of the- Constitution ofArkansas in conflict with this Amendment are repealed. Filed in the Office of Secretary of State on April 10, 1973. KELLY BRYANT Secretary of State State of Arkansas More beef, but less pork, poultry is seen WASHINGTON (AP) American families will be able to put more beef on the dinner table next year but not as much chicken and pork because of a changing supply situation, government specialists say. Spokesmen for Department of Agriculture commodity specialists said consumers can look forward to a glut of grass-fed cattle coming on the market this fall. The total cattle herd has increased by about 7 million head this year. At the same time, however, poultry and pork production are declining because of rising feed and corn prices. Agriculture specialists predicted the poultry industry will market 10 to 20 per cent fewer broiler chickens in the first half of 1975 than in 1974, while pork production will decline about 5 to 10 per cent in the same period. Meanwhile, Agriculture Sec• retary Earl L. Butz said U.S. LEGAL NOTICE food prices will not climb as PHOP P» S .1£,S9£5J I I U Z IONAL shar P lv next vear as this year- He predicted that prices in 1975 will go up less than 10 per cent. This year, they are expected to rise at least 15 per cent, the most since right after World WarH. Butz also told a news conference Monday he did not believe a recent claim that there is less than a one-month reserve in world food supplies. "This frightens people. This simply is not true. We have a LEGAL NOTICE AMENDMENT # 54 (Referred to the People hy the General Assembly to be voted upon at the General Election on Novembers, 1974) (Popular Name) STATE PRINTING CONTRACTS (Ballot Title) LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT # 56 (Referred to the People by the General Assembly to be voted upon at the General Election on November 5, 1974) (Popular Name) REVISION OF COUNTY GOVERNMENT (Ballot Title) PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION FOR Tilt' REVISION Of' COUNTY GOVERNMENT, AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF SALARIES AND COMPENSATION OF COUNT)' OFFICERS. BE IT HESOLVED by the Mouse of Representatives of the State of Arkansas, and hy the Senate, a majority of all members elected to each house agreeing thereto: That the following is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution ofthe State of Arkansas, and upon being submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at the next general election for Representatives and Senators, if a majority of the electors voting thereon, at such an election, adopt such amendment, the same shall become a part ofthe Constitution ofthe State of Arkansas, to wit: SECTION 1. (a) A county acting through its Ouoriim Court may exercise local legislative authority not denied by the Constitution or by law. (b) No county may declare any act a felony or exercise any authority not relating to county affairs. (c) A county may, for any public purpose, contract, cooperate, or join with any other county, or with any political subdivisions of the State or anv other states or their political subdivisions, or with the United States. SECTION 2. (a) No county's PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION HE- QUIRING COMPETITIVE BIDDING IN THE PURCHASE OF PRINTING, STATIONERY, AND SUPPLIES. BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate ofthe State of Arkansas, and by the House of Representatives, a majority of all the members elected to each house agreeing thereto: That the following is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution ofthe State of Arkansas, and upon being submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at the next general election for Representatives and Senators, if a majority of the electors voting thereon at such election, adopt such amendment, the same shall become a part ofthe Constitution ofthe State of Arkansas, to wit: SECTION 1. The printing, stationery, and supplies purchased hy the General Assembly and other departments of government shall be under contracts given to the lowest responsible bidder, below such maximum price and nuclei such regulations as shall be prescribed by law, No member or ol ficer of any department of government shall in any way be interested in such contracts. SECTION 2. Section 15 of Article 19 ofthe Constitution of the State of Arkansas is hereby repealed. Filed in the Office ofthe Secretary of State on April 5, 1973. KELLY BRYANT Secretary of State State of Arkansas that," Butz said. Butz referred to a statement by lister R. Brown of the Overseas Development Council at a recent population conference in Bucharest, Romania, in which he said the world was nearly running out of food and had only a 27-day supply. Butz said that figure took into consideration only the reserve of grains held by exporting nations, such as the United States, but did not include reserves held by countries that import grain. "Most of all he completely ignored this tremendous livestock inventory in this country, in Europe, in the whole southern hemisphere," the secretary said. Butz said that when livestock and grain stockpiles in importing countries are taken into account, the world food supply could last nearly 500 days. The council here said Brown still was in Europe and not available for comment. However, a spokesman confirmed that Brown had used only major grain exporting countries, including the United States, Australia, Argentina and Canada, as sources for his 27-day food claim. "But the point is that regardless of supplies in food-importing countries, the 27-day reserve is all that there is if any of them want to buy food," the council spokesman said. food reserve much greater than New cars will cost 14.5 per cent more LEGAL NOTICE aini'iiilinciil. The Commission Quorum Court shall he comprised shall, .it Ibc first meeting, select a °' fewer than nine (9) justices ofthe chairman of the Commission who peace, nor comprised of more than shall SCIAC for a term of two (2) fifteen (15) justices ofthe peace. \ cars. The Commission ma> meet The number of justices ofthe at such liuifs and for such periods Peace that comprise^ a county's ol linn 1 as it shall deem nccessai\ to i>io|U'il) cany out its Innctions and duties but in no i'\ent shall the Commission meet more than lliiitx (30) tla> s during an) liicnni.il pi'iind. Four (-1) members ol tht Commission shall constitute a , , illinium I'm conducting business of the inhabitants of the county with the 'Commission and no action each member representing, as hall be taken by the Commission nearly as practicable, an equal number thereof. (b) The Quorum Court may create, consolidate, separate, revise, or abandon any elective county office or offices except dur- peace that comprise Quorum Court shall be determined by law. The county's Election Commission shall, after each decennial census, divide the county into convenient and single member districts so that tht Quorum Court shall be based upon IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS VICTOR D. FLORES, PLAINTIFF VS. TOMASA FLORES, DEFENDANT E-74-159 WARNING ORDER The Defendant, TOMASA FLORES, is hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty (30) days hereafter and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff herein. WITNESS my hand and seal as Clerk of this Court on the 15th day of August, 1974. Leona Cole. Clerk Aug. 20, 27; Sept. 3, 10: 1974 DETROIT (AP) — Car buyers will be paying up to 14.5 per cent more for a new car from General Motors this fall, including a 10.3 per cent boost in the price of the Chevrolet Impala, the nation's best selling car. And according to a 1975 modal base price list released Monday, GM's three new sporty subcompacts will list for about $4,000 each. Of the 176 models in GM's lineup this fall, only two will list for under $3,000. Both are Vegas. GM's lowest-priced car, the two-door Vega sedan, is going up $295 or 11.8 per cent to $2,799. The most expensive GM car, the Cadillac Fleetwood four-door limousine, will cost $14,570 this fall, up $1,316 or 0.9 per cent. The base price list gives the manufacturer's suggested retail price for each model, not including options, shipping charges or state and local taxes. Last week GM said the price increase on its equipped 1975 models would average $416 or 8.2 per cent. That figure included an average $70 rollback from a price increase announced the week before and took into account popular options ordered with each model. GM said options are going up an average 2.8 per cent in price across the line. GM, the auto industry's price leader, is the first car maker to disclose 1975 base nrices fnr each model. Its competitorsn Ford Motor Co., Chrysler Corp. anu American Motors, are expected to raise prices in line with those set by GM. According to the base price list, GM cars will be going up between 3 and 14.5 per cent, with the new compacts reflecting the largest increases. Most models will be going up eight to 12 per cent. For example, the lowest- priced compact Chevrolet Nova is going up $407 or 14.5 per cent to $3,218, and the compact Pontiac Ventura coupe is going up $414 or 14.3 per cent to $3,306. The compact Oldsmobile Omega coupe will cost $3,435 this fall, up $392 or 12.9 per cent. The lowest-priced Chevrolet Impala, the No. 1 seller in the country, will cost $4,561 this fall, a $426 or 10.3 per cent increase. Similarly, the full-size Pontiac Catalina, will be up $435 or 10.4 per cent to $4,625. Chevrolet's new sporty subcompact Monza will list for $3,966, $1,000 more than the Vega and $300 more than the sporty compact Camaro, which the Monza resembles in a smaller package. The 8-cylinder Camaro will cost $3,698, Morton Henkin SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) Morton Henkin, 62, president of KSOO-TV and KPAT-FM in Sioux Falls, died Monday. He was active in broadcasting for 38 years, and was president and general manager of KSOO- TV in Sioux Falls until the property was sold in the past year. Fulbright will make China visit WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. J. W. Fulbright, D-Ark., will lead a bipartisan congressional delegation on a two-week visit to China, the White House an^ nounced Monday. Jerald F. TerHorst, the White House press secretary, said the trip was arranged during Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's visit to Peking in November. A spokesman for Fulbright, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said the senator could not accept an invitation last fall to visit the country. "He is happy to have this opportunity to visit China," the spokesman said, "because he believes relations between America and that country are very important." The White House could not supply information on the itinerary of the group, explaining that it was arranged by the Chinese. "They don't normally inform these groups until they're on the ground," a member of the National Security Council's staff said. He added, though, that the delegation had been asked to' meet with top officials of the Chinese government. Rep. Peter Frelinghuysen, R- N.J., is to be deputy chief of the delegation, which will include Sens. Hubert H. Humphrey, D-Minn., and Hiram Fong, R-Hawaii, and Reps. Clement Zablocki, D-Wis., William Broomfield, R-Mich., and Barbara Jordan, D-Tex. The group is to leave Monday. Civil War canteens were made from wood because of metal shortages. LEGAL NOTICE except upon concurrence ot a ma jorit\ of thi' members ofthe Commission. SECTION 3. The members pf the Commission shall receive such per diem as may be prescribed by law for each day actually engaged in carrying out the business ofthe Commission and in addition thereto shall be entitled to receive their actual and necessary expenses incurred in the perform- a/ice of their duties, including mileage at the rate provided for public employees. SECTION 4. The Commission shall review the laws and the constitutional provisions regarding compensation anu expense allowances for members ofthe General Assembly and Executive Officers ing the term thereof; provided, however, that a majority of those voting on the question at a general election have approved said action SECTION 3. The County Judge, in addition to other powers •no duties provided for by the Constitution and by law, shall preside over the Quorum Court withouta vote but with the power if veto; authorize and approve dis- 3un»nn«nt of appropriated county funds, oueiate me system of county roads; administer ordi- enacted hy the Quorum prior to the 1975 Regular Session of Court, have custody of county the General Assembly and each four (4) years thereafter and shall, within twenty (20) days after the beginning ofthe Regular Session of the General Assembly in 1975 and within twenty (20) days after the beginning ofthe Regular Ses- .sion in each fourth year thereafter, submit its recommendations to the General Assembly regarding the compensation and other allowances ofthe General Assembly and the Executive Officers. The General Assembly may by law eithei accept the recommendations of tht dimmish ion or may reject or re- dim- the compensation and alluw- property; hire county employees, except those persons employed by other elected officials of the county. SECTION 4. In addition to other powers conferred by the Constitution and by law, the Quorum Court shall have the power to override the veto ot the County Judge by a vote of three- fifths ofthe total membership, fix the number and compensation of deputies and county employees, fill vacancies m elective county offices, and adopt ordinances necessary lur the guvt rmncnt ot the county. The Quorum Cuurt shall IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF EDNA TURNER, DECEASED NO. P-74-20 Last known address of decedent: Route 1, Hope, Arkansas 71801 Date of death: September 7, 1973. The undersigned was appointed administratrix of the estate of the above named decedent on the 28 day of February 1974. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 27 day of August 1974. ELIZABETH B. PEACE Administratrix Route 1, Box 240 Hope, Arkansas 71801 Aug. 27, Sept. 3; 1974 Mills vows to fight gasoline tax increase LITTLE ROCK (Af) — Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., vowed Monday to fight a proposal to increase the federal gasoline tax by 10 cents a gallon, and said he did not think President Kord had even seen the proposal. Mills told the Southern Farmers Cooperative meeting that he thought the proposal came from within the Treasury Department. "I don't think the President has even had it before him," said Millsm "The Secretary of the Treasury has not even recommended it. It is being tried as a trial balloon, I think, by people within the office of the Treasury, below the secretary. "I'll guarantee you one thing, as long as I am chairman of the committee, it'll never see the light of day," Mills said. "It'll never get out of the committee." Mills also discussed various tax reform proposals being considered by his committee. One would exclude taxation of profits on the sale of a house when the sale price was $35,000 or less. The prevision previously capplied only to taxpayers over 65 years of age. "Since in the present housing market, a large portion of the gain represents inflation rather than profit, the committee felt tha the present law was imposing an undue burden on the middle-income taxpayers and it is felt that this provision will provide more equitable treatment." The committee's suggestions also cover what Mills called a "new simplification deduction." Mills said this new method would simplify tax deductions for those taxpayers who itemize their deductions. He said for simplification purposes, the committee had modified the deduction for casualty losses, eliminated some gasoline tax deductions, modified some medical deductions and put a floor on "miscellaneous deductions." Labor groups donate about *3,000 to Pryor LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Arkansas labor groups gave about $3,000 to the primary campaign of David H. Pryor, the Democratic nominee for governor, J. Bill Becker, president of the state AFL-ClO, said Monday night. Of this amount, Becker said, $1,000 came from the state AFL-CiO. He said he was sure the $1,000 was contributed upon a request from someone working in the Pryor campaign. "We don't make contributions to a candidate unless the candidate or the finance director of the campaign makes a request," he said. Becker said the AFL-CIO had not received a request from the Pryor campaign for any additional contributions. "We are not ashamed of the contributions we made to the candidates," Becker said. "It'd be perfectly all right (with the AFL-CIO) if the candidates made full disclosures, including the money we contribute." Becker made the remarks two days after Ken Coon of Conway, the Republican nominee for governor, called on the AFL-CIO to disclose the contri butions it has made in the governor's race Coon also told the AFL-CIO at its convention Saturday that one of the gubernatorial candidates had been labeled "labor's man." As expected, Pryor got the endorsement of the AFL-CIO. Of Coon's speech, Becker said", "I think he was soliciting a negative reaction. The convention was very cordial to him.' "I think he was hoping for not just a negative response, but a vocal reaction. He tried to anger the delegates. I think he was appealing to the antila- bor sentiment in Arkansas." Coon said he was pleased that Becker had answered his challenge. But, Coon said he would have preferred a written list showing the respective organizations and the amounts of money they gave to the Pryor campaign. "This is just the beginning of our effort to expose secret contributions," Coon declared. He said Pryor had reported $168,000 in expenditures in the primary and that with labor's contributions totaling about $3,000, there was still $165,000 unaccounted for. He said he had written Jackson a letter about the AFL- CIO's positions on four proposed constitutional amendments and that he also would contact the Democratic party. LEGAL NOTICE IN THK CHAN UtiKY COunT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS MARY LEE GRAHAM WASHINGTON, PLAINTIFF VS. WILLIE GRAHAM, DEFENDANT E-74-185 WARNING QRDER The Defendant, Willie Graham, is hereby warned to appear in this Court within 30 days and answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff, Mary Lee Graham Washington, and upon his failure to do so, said complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, and the seal of said Court, this 21st day of August, 1974. Leona Cole Clerk Aug. 27, Sept. 3, 10, 17; 1974 family center •• .v. ...V " J '.' ~ "• . * "•••• TUESDAY SPECIALS PRICES GOOD THRUFRIDAY-30th HWY 4 NORTH-HOPE OPEN MON. THRU SAT 9AMTIL9PM FASHIONS IN MEN'S WEAR Long Sleeve DRESS SHIRTS Handsomely styled with 4" banded collar, tapered tails, 1 button cuff, one pocket. 80% Polyester, 20% Nylon, in assorted patterns. Smart looking prints of 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton. Long point 4" collar with permanent stays, one button cuff. Assorted colors. neck sizes 32-33-34 sleeves Regular 2/ $ 7.00 NOW $000 Each MEN'S GOLDEN'T' BRIEFS OR "T 1 SHIMS $^55 FLARE SLACKS Tailored for action, outstanding comfort! 100°o Polyester double knit, they never bag or loose their shape. Machine washable. Assorted colors, sizes 29-38 with S-M-L mseams. Fantastic price!

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