Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 29, 1974 · Page 8
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Page Kight HOPE (ARK.) STAR Tuesday, October 29, 1974 Absentee Ballot — Vote by placing an "X" in the square opposite the person for whom you wish to vote. FOR UNITED STATES SENATE (Vote for One) John Harris Jones ______ Republican G Dale Bumpers ____________ Democrat O — 0 — O FOR GOVERNOR (Vote for One David Pryor ____________ Democrat Ken Coon ______________ Republican D o — o — o FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR (Vote for One) Leona Troxell __________ Republican Joe Purcell ______________ Democrat D Vote on Amendments by Placing an "X" in the Square Opposite the Amendment Either For or Against. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT No. 54 (Referred to the People by the General Assembly) (Popular Name) STATE PRINTING CONTRACTS For Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 54 Against Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 54 (Ballot Title) D D D n PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION REQUIRING COMPETITIVE BIDDING IN THE PURCHASE OP PRINTING, STATIONERY AND SUPPLIES. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT No. 55 (Referred to the People by the General Assembly) (Popular Name) LEGISLATIVE AND EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION COMMISSION For Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 55 Against Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 55 • (Ballot Title) FOR A PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ESTABLISHING A LEGISLATIVE AND EXECUTIVE OFFICERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION, AND PRESCRIBING THE AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY OF THE COMMISSION. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT No. 56 (Referred to the People by the General Assembly) (Popular Name) REVISION OF COUNTY GOVERNMENT For Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 56 r~i Against Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 56 r—i (Ballot Title) PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION FOR THE REVISION OF COUNTY GOVERNMENT, AND' THE ESTABLISHMENT OF SALARIES AND COMPENSATION OF COUNTY OFFICERS. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT No. 57 (Proposed by Petition of the People) (Popular Name) AMENDMENT TO AUTHORIZE THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO FIX MAXIMUM IAWFUL RATES OF INTEREST. For Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 57 r-j. Against Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 57 i—j (Ballot Title) AN AMENDMENT TO AUTHORIZE THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO FIX MAXIMUM LAWFUL KATES OP INTEREST BY AMENDING SECTION 13 OF ARTICLE XIX OF THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION OF 1874 SO THAT AS AMENDED SECTION 13 WIIJL PROVIDE THAT THE MAXIMUM LAWFUL RATE OF INTEREST, EXCEPT WHEN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY SHAIJL OTHERWISE PROVIDE, SHALL BE TEN PERCENT PER ANNUM • THAT ALL CONTRACTS FOR AN UNLAWFUL RATE OF INTEREST SHALL BE VOID AS TO PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST; AND THAT WHEN NO RATE OF INTEREST IS AGREED UPON THE RATE SHAIX BE SIX PERCENT PER ANNUM. Vote on Proposal by placing an "X" in the square either For or Against. "FOR the Manufacture or Sale of Intoxicating Liquors" G "AGAINST the Manufacture or Sale of Intoxicating Liquors" G OFFICIAL BALLOT GENERAL ELECTION HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1974 ROAD TAX For Road Tax Against Road Tax n n ''Unopposed Candidates' "Unopposed Candidates" FOR CONGRESS — 94th CONGRESS Fourth Congressional District (Vote for One) Ray Thornton Democrat FOR CORONER (Vote for One) J. T. Honeyctitt Democrat Q n FOR SHERIFF & COLLECTOR (Vote for One) Henry Sinyard ---------- Democrat FOR SECRETARY OF STATE (Vote for One) Kelly Bryant ------------ Democrat 0 — O — O FOR AUDITOR OF STATE (Vote for One) Jimmie "Red" Jones ______ Democrat FOR COUNTY CLERK (Vote for One) Mrs. Dee McMurrough __ Democrat Q - - a 0 — 0 — 0 FOR CIRCUIT CLERK (Vote for One) Mrs. Bonnie Lively ______ Democrat G o — o — o FOR STATE TREASURER (Vote for One) Nancy "Mrs. Crip" Hall Democrat O — 0 — O FOR COUNTY TREASURER (Vote for One) Harry Hawthorne _______ Democrat o — o — o FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL (Vote for One) Jim Guy Tucker .. ._ ..... ___ Democrat n 0 — 0 — O FOR TAX ASSESSOR (Vote for One) Lile Easterling ---------- Democrat n o — o— o FOR COMMISSIONER OF STATE LANDS (Vote for One) Sam Jones ----------------- Democrat n FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR (Vote for One) James Kimberlin ________ Democrat -o—o FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SUPREME COURT FULL TERM Position No. 2 (Vote for One) Justice J. Fred Jones Democrat n n o — o — o BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE S. W. ARKANSAS WATER DISTRICT To serve for a term of six years Commencing January 1, 1975 (Vote for One) Vincent W. Foster ______ Democrat O—0—O FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SUPREME COURT FULL TERM Position No. 6 (Vote for One) Justice John A. Fogleman Democrat o — o — o FOR MUNICIPAL JUDGE (Vote for One) Judge John L. Wilson ____ Democrat n n 0—O—O FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SUPREME COURT FULL TERM Position No. 7 (Vote for One) Justice Lyle Brown •_ Democrat O—0—O FOR CHANCELLOR Seventeenth Chancery District (Vote for One) Royce Weisenberger Democrat a a City of Hope FOR CITY DIRECTOR Position No. 3 (Vote for One) Melvin Thrash - n - G a a FOR CITY DIRECTOR Position No. 5 (Vote for One) FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Eighth Judicial District First Division (Vote for One) Judge John W. Goodson Democrat Q Charles G. Jester - G - n FOR CITY DIRECTOR Position No. 6 (Vote for One) FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Eighth Judicial District Second Division (Vote for One) J. Hugh Lookadoo _______ Democrat Q Leonard Ellis Ford Ward a O — 0 — O FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Eighth Judicial District (Vote for One) Norman M. Smith Democrat Q n FOR STATE SENATOR Eleventh District (Vote for One) Senator Olen Hendrix ____ Democrat Q FOR CITY DIRECTOR Position No. 7 (Vote for One) Douglas C. Haynie Q Bill Butler G Norma Jean Delaney G _ G 0—0 - O FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE Twentieth District (Vote for One) Larry S. Patterson ______ Democrat Q - --- n o — o — o FOR COUNTY JUDGE (Vote for One) Wayne Bohanon ________ Democrat a Sample Ballot VOID Vote on proposition by placing an "X" in the square either For or Against. "The Question of Approving or Rejecting Ordinance No. 925 Adopted by the City of Hope, Imposing an Annual License Fee to be Paid by Owners of Dogs Within the City of Hope; Prohibiting Owners from Allowing Dogs to Run at Large in said City; Regulating the Amount and Procedures for Licensing and Keeping of Dogs Within the Corporate Limits; Providing for the Taking Up and Imponding of Dogs:; Providing for the Quarantining and Destruction of Dogs in Certain Cases; Making Violation of this Ordinance by Dog Owners a Misdemeanor Punishable by Fine Not Exceeding $200; and For Other Purposes." "FOR Ordinance No. 925'" _________ Q "AGAINST Ordinance No. 925" ____ Q Vote on question by placing an "X" in the square either For or Against. "The Question of the Levy of an Annual Tax of Not More Than One Mill on the Dollar Upon the Assessed Value of the Real and Personal Property Within the City of Hope, Arkansas, For Purposes of Paying Pensions to Retired Firemen and Pensions to Widows and Minor Children of Deceased Firemen and Widows and Minor Children of Deceased Retired Firemen." "FOR Firemen's Pension Levy of One (1) Mill Tax" _______________ Q "AGAINST Fireman's Pension Levy of One (1) Mill Tax _______________ G N > ••' o — o — o FOR CONSTABLE DeRoan Township (Vote for One) Ford Ward ____________ Democrat O — 'O — 0 FOR JUSTICE-OF-THE-PEACE DeRoan Township (Vote for Sixteen) Frank Ingersoll ---------- Democrat Fred Verser ----------- _ Democrat Lynn Montgomery _______ Democrat Alice E. Patton __________ Democrat William Walden ________ Democrat Giles Foster ____________ Democrat L. E. Brown ____________ Democrat Crit Stuart, Sr. __________ Democrat Jesse A. Brown __________ Democrat Will V. Rutherford ______ Democrat George H. Walden ______ Democrat W. D. Belknap __________ Democrat Verlaine Jones _________ Republican Doyott Collins __________ Democrat Norma Jean Delaney ____ Democrat Riley Vickers ------------ Democrat Donald Worthy ________ Democrat Q Q Q - D O—O—0 List of Voters No-

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