Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 22, 1974 · Page 10
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Page Ten HOPE (ARK.) STAH Tuesday, October 22, 1973 News Briefs LEGAL NOTICE FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) Democrat Bill Clinton of Fayetteville, who is running for Congress from the 3rd District, voiced his opposition Monday to the administration's proposed sale of 2.2 million tons of U.S. grain to Russia. Citing the present price of food and grain in America, Clinton called the proposed deal "a great mistake." "I sure hope Congress can do something about it," Clinton said. Clinton faces Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt, R-Ark., in the Nov. 5 general election. LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Telephone customers in 21 North Arkansas towns were without long distance service several hours Monday when a private contractor accidentally cut into part of an underground cable. The contractor destroyed a 10-foot section of underground cable about one-half mile south of Bradford (White County) on U.S. 67, a spokesman for Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. said. The towns temporarily out of service were Newport, Batesville, Tupelo, Augusta, McCrory, Grubbs, Oil Trough, Newark, Cave City, Pleasant Plains, Pleasant Grove, Concord, Primm, Fox, Timbo, Mountain View, Fifty-Six, Tuckerman, Swifton, Bradford and Jacksonport. LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Republican Judy Petty sent a telegram to President Ford Monday asking Ford if he supports the re-election bid of Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, her Democratic opponent in the Nov. 5 election. Mills is seeking a 19th term from the 2nd Congressional District. "At an appearance last Thursday in Little Rock, my opponent implied that you are supporting him in his bid for re-election," the telegram read. "I have received numerous inquiries from the press about this, and because Mr. Mills' statements have been open to question, I would apreciate your clarifying your position." Mrs. Petty said Mills cin- dicated that Ford felt he needed Mills' help to fight inflation. But, she said Mills has contributed to inflation and should not be counted on for a solution to it. PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) — John Harris Jones, the Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate, said Monday his Democratic opponent, Gov. Dale Bumpers, was distorting President Ford's economic policies. Bumpers has said he would oppose Ford's proposed five percent income tax surcharge unless it is accompanied by tax reform. He also has charged that much of the President's economic program would add to inflation rather than control it. Jones contended that Bumpers had latched onto the proposed surcharge as an issue, when there were other, more important, facets to the President's program that deserved praise. LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The Little Rock Police Department's monthly statistical report shows that reported crimes decreased slightly in September compared with August. Sgt. Robert "Bo" Marshall, public information officer for the police department, said 1,726 offenses were reported in September compared with 1,925 in August. He said 216 criminal arrests were made in September, up slightly from August. The arrests represented 777, or 45 per cent, of the month's reported offenses, he said. Many of the arrests were for multiple charges. UAKDANELLE, Ark. (Ap) — Arkansas Power & Light Co.'s nuclear power plant should reopen this week, now that a "pinhole" leak discovered last Thursday in a IVi-inch drain bine at the plant has been repaired. Ken Clark, public information officer for the Atomic Energy Commission at Atlanta, said the leak was in a pipe that contained only steam and water and no radioactivity because the plant wasn't in operation yet. LEGAL NOTICE PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT # 55 • (Referred to Ihe People by Ihe General Assembly lo be voted upon at the General Election on November 5, 1974) (Popular Name) LEGISLATIVE AND EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION COMMISSION (Ballot Title) FOR A PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ESTABLISHING A LEGISLATE AND EXECUTIVE OFFICERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION, AND PRESCRIBING THE AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY OF THE COMMISSION. BE IT RESOLVED by Mi<> House of Representatives of the State ol 'Arkansas, and by 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 ol'the 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 Ihe electors voting thereon at such an election, adopt such amendment, the same shall become a part of the Constitution of the 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 (4) 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 of seven (7) years except that the members first appointed shall draw lots for their respective terms w-ith two (2) of such members serving for terms of two (2) years, two (2) serving for terms of four (4) years, two (2) serving for terms of six (6) years and one (1) serving for a term ol seven (7) years. No person shall hi- appointed to the Commission unless such person is a (nullified elector ol'the State of Arkansas. No person shall be appointed to or continue to serve on the Commission who is related to any member of the Arkansas General Assembly or any Executive Officer .of the State within the second degree ol consanguinity or affinity, or who is an official or employee ol the State of Arkansas or of any department or agency ol the State or of any political sui>di\ ision ol the Stall- or of any school district in the State. Membership of the Commission shall be broadly representative of thcciti/.ens ol this State and no more than two (2) members of the Commission shall be residents of tlu 1 same congressional district. SECTION 2. The Commission shall be appointed and shall hold its first meeting within thirty (30) clays alter the effective date of this amendment. The Commission shall, at the first meeting, select a chairman ol the Commission who shall serve for a term of two (2) years. The Commission ma> meet at such times and lor such periods of time as it shall deem necessary to propcrK carry out its (unctions and duties but in no event shall the Commission inert more than thirty (30) (lass during any biennial period. Four (4) members ol the Commission shall constitute a (luorum lor conducting business ol the'Commission and no action shall be taken by the Commission except upon concurrence ol a majority of the members ol'the 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 ol the Commission and in addition thereto shall be entitled .to receive their actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance 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 and expense allowances for members of the General .Assembly and Executive Officers prior to the 1975 Regular Session of the General Assembly and each four (4) years thereafter and shall, within twenty (20) days after the beginning of the Regidar Session of the General Assembly in 1975 and within twenty (20) days alter the beginning of the Regular Ses- .sion in each fourth year thereafter, submit its recommendations to the General Assembly regarding the compensation and other allowances of the General Assembly anil fhe Executive Officers. The General Assembly may by law either accept the recommendations of the Commission or may reject or reduce the compensation and allowances recommended by the Commission but the General Assembly shall have no authority to increase . the compensation and allowances ; recommended by the Commission. The compensation and allowances enacted by the General Assembly pursuant to the recommendations of the Commission as to Legislative Officers shall take efleet on January 31 next following the first biennial General Election after the law establishing such compensation and allowances becomes ef- fectiwand.as 'u Executive Officers shall take ettect on such date as is specified by law. The provisions ut 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 6. In no event shall the compensation and allowances of members ut the General Assembly or Executive Officers be less than the compensation and allowances provided the members ol the General Assembly prior to ratification ol this constitutional amendment. SECTION 7. (a) The terms "Legislative Officers" and "Members of the General Assembly" as used herein shall be defined as those persons duly elected and serving in the Arkansas House of Representatives anil Arkansas Senate as provided by the Constitution of the State of Arkansas; (b) the term "Evwiilivp Officers" as used herein shall be defined as those officers of the Executive 1 Department of this Stale as defined by the Constitution of the Slate of Arkansas. SECTION 8. It is unlawful for any member of 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 General Assembly orany Executive Officer, and any member ol the Commission violating the provisions of this Section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be imprisoned for not more than six (6) months or lined not more than ten thousand dollars ($10,000) or both. Filed in the Office of Secretary ol State on April 10, 1973. Klil.LY BRYANT Secretary of State Stale of Arkansas LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT # 54 (Referred to the People by the General Assembly to be voted upon at the General Election on Novembers, 1974) (Popular Name) STATE PRINTING CONTRACTS (Ballot Title) PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION REQUIRING COMPETITIVE BIDDING IN THE PURCHASE OF PRINTING, STATIONERY, AND SUPPLIES. BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate ol'the 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 of the State of Arkansas, and upon bcinK submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at the next Ken- eral 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 of the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, to wit: SECTION 1. The printing, stationery, and supplies purchased by the General Assembly and other departments of government shall be under contracts given to the lowest responsible bidder, below such, maximum price and under such regulations as shall be prescribed by law. No member or officer of any department of government shall in any way be interested in such contracts. SECTION 2. Section 15 ol Article 19 of the Constitution ol'the State of Arkansas is hereby repealed. Filed in the Office ol'the Secretary of State on April 5, 1973. KELLY BRYANT Secretary of State State of Arkansas Clinics successful Now is the time to have your children immunized against measles if they have not already received this protection, says Dolores McBride, County Extension Agent-Home Economics Leader. ' Many parents are surprised to learn how dangerous this common childhood disease really is. Even a mild case of measles can result in irregular eating habits, emotional disturbances, and poor general health for as long as a year after the illness. A severe case may lead to pneumonia, ear infection, or permanent brain damage. Measles can be fatal. Don't take unnecessary risks with your children's health, says Miss McBride. Protect them from measles and its complications by having them immuninzed. It is especially important that pre-school children receive measles immunization as they have the highest risk of infection. The old saying, "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure", can come true for your children if they are fully immunized against measles and other childhood diseases. For more information, call your County Health Department or see your doctor today. WORLD ALMANAC FACTS Billie Jean King defeated former Wimbledon tennis champion Bobby Riggs in three straight sets at the Houston Astrodome on Sept. 20, 1973, before 30,492 fans, the largest single audience to attend a tennis match, The World Almanac recalls. Millions of fans viewed the event on television in the United States and in 36 foreign countries via satellite. INKWSI'APEK KNTEHPIUSK ASSN.) Caligula, meaning "little boots", was the nickname given to the Roman Emperor Caius Caesar Germanicus. It resulted from his habit of wearing heavy military boots as a young boy. 75 immunized at McNab, Blevins Two of the five special immunization clinics scheduled in October were held last Sunday. Mrs. Paul Henley, county chairman of the "Every Child In '74" immunization program, reported that 29 children in the McNab area received 59 immunizations, and at the Blevins clinic, 46 children received 79 immunizations. Mrs. Henley said that anyone in the McNab or Blevins areas who was unable to attend the clinics could still have their children protected against measles, rubella, polio, dip- theria, tetanus, and pertussis (whooping cough) at one of the free clinics scheduled next Sunday, October 27. Locations and times are as follows: Washington, old gymnasium, 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.; Clow Community Center, 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.; Hope, Hopewell School cafeteria, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. In addition, the County Health Office is open every Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 to 5:00 for free immunizations. The Voluntary Action Center, which is sponsored by the Hope Junior Auxiliary, is working with the County Health Department and the Cooperative Extension Service in WERFEL WILL BE BURIED IN VIENNA VIENNA (AP) -The remains of Austrian writer Franz Werfel will be reburied in Central Cemetery here. Werfel died in Los Angeles in 1945, a refugee after the annexation of his country by Germany in 1938. He will be honored in ceremonies all over the city. Similar homage was paid in June to composer Arnold Schoenberg, another famous Viennese who died in exile in Los Angeles. Werfel is well known here for many novels, including "Song of Bernadette." planning and conducting the special clinics. Volunteer nurses and clerical workers are needed for the October 27 clinics. Anyone wanting to help should call the Extension Service office at 5771, Mrs. Paul Henley at 6246, or Mrs. Jimmy Tate at 8320. Visit our modern pharmacy for a complete variety of health needs. Village RexallDrug Village Shopping Center Hammerschmidt defends voting record ROGERS, Ark. (AP) — Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt, R- Ark., defended his voting record Monday night, then his Democratic opponent, Bill Clin- lon of Fayetteville, whittled away at it some more. Ai issue were Ham- merschmidls votes on water and sewer programs and benefits for coal miners. Hammerschmidt contended that despite allegations to the contrary he had voted for all of ihe major water and sewer pro- grams in Congress. I^aier, Clinton acknowledged thai this was true but said Hammerschmidt had, in effect, voted to allow certain water and sewer funds to be impounded. "The critical thing," Clinton said, "is when Mr. Nixon impounded the money, he (Hammerschmidt) voted to allow him to impound it; that is, when Congress passed legislation asking him (Nixon) to release the impounded money, Mr. Nixon vetoed it. Mr. Ham- merschmidl voted to uphold his veto; so, in the end, it comes to the same thing. "It's perfectly easy to vote for a bill when 75 or 80 or 85 per cent of the Congress is voting for it. But, when it really counts, is how far you will go to make sure that your constituents get it. And, what he did was to allow it to be impounded so that a lot of the projects that are now being and nounced conveniently right be- fore the election should have been here a year ago." On benefits for coal miners, Hammerschmidt said he had "voted for all the black lung benefits and worked very hard at seeing those benefits were processed promptly for black lung applicants." Clinton responded by saying it was true the Hammerschmidt had voted for the final passage of a bill giving benefits to miners suffering from the black from the black lung disease. DISCOUNT CENTER WHERE YOU'll FIND WHAT YOU'RE tOOKING FOR ...FOR IESS! HWY.4NORTH -HOPE, ARK OPEN MON-SAT 9-9 PRICES GOOD TUE& WED PALMOLIVE RAPID SHAVE Coolmint - Fresh Lime 11 oz. can Limit 2 VIENNA SAUSAGE 40ZCAN 3™99 C CARLAN SHELF PAPER 3 yd. roll - self adhesive \ roll PUREX BLEACH 26X45 THROW RUGS ASSORTED COLORS CHRISTMAS CARDS Assorted scenes Grand Award Co. 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