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M Sfdf, will not bs respon- erWf* In'Wattt Ad» unless colled' to .bur attention 'wertion of ad and then .ONE Incorrect Insertion. l;;foospk:T'7-343l lope Star »'i*l •}<'' M * * "' "* .*.* V.11^-"-/.i- , Ir Hbp« 1869) Pre'l'l . 1917 -"•-•- "' 18, 192* WE White'fftco heifer calf, six weeks Old. >NE Hog weighing one hundred pounds. TWO Black and Tan Hound Puppies, six months old ready for training. 'NE hundred dozen fish bait. 2% miles North of Hope on Southwes- terning Proving Ground Highway on the DorffelBs Form, Hbpe, Arkansas, Rt! 4, Box 119, Ontce Dou- •glas. 7-3t PAIR of largo mules. Just right for logging contractor. Phone 7-2243, Ross Gillespie. 7-Qt afternoon by 6 ,CO. •. .'i I."; Palmer, •, Proildont 4H.ftWo < ihbu>t» ( SecyTrae. «> :; The Stdr Bulldlnj iith Wolnut StreM, . Editor & , PUblsber nogina Ed, Advertising Manajef , U Monogina Editor, ising Mana Mech-.-Supt., ... second cla'is matter at b«t> Office af Hope, - Arkansas, ithe'Act of March 3, 1897. >er7of the Audit Bureau of -, 1 Circulations Efjfffion' Rotes (pdyoble In od- once)^ ,' ,1 rlbr In Hope and neighboring . Hempstead, '.Nevada, and; Mijler, coun- .... 6.50 .,. 13.00 resentatlvei: talllesj^lnc^-'l 602 ^ Sterlck iphts 2,',.Tenrv; 505 Texas K, ''2/Texa5;c360,N, ._ „. _. icqgo'.1, 'III.; 60'E. it,iiiH***'York*17, N. Y.; 1763 •-iBIdg,,, petrolt 2, Mlph.; — —!lahpma ( ,Clty« 2, .. 'AsVotlaJed Press: ,- Press 'l^j-entllled ex- tl tSse'j for ^epublicatlon -.1 .new^orlnted in this s* Well as? all AP news Funeral Direcfors 3HSST.*»- r t- *• « J-' ii.. INGLETARY Peas for Sale. Billy Hodge, Route 1, Mineral Springs, Arkansas. 3-8t, -ROOM house, 7 miles Worth of Lewisvillc at Mid Way Oil Field. Jtfail bids to Suriray Oil Corptir* allon % R, W. Shannon, Patmos Arkansas. Bidding closes July 15 Company reserves the fight to re- jedt any and all. bids. 3-Ot ED spider lily bulbs. $1 per dozen postpaid within AVkansas. Cheaper here. Arthur Gray, Ozan. July 0-1 Month Polrtkal Announcements tfi« Star It Authorized to •&• BMUHfe that the followtof *i* «todld4te8 tot public offlee «tib- Jeot to the action of the Demo- critic fliffi&e? election*. F6f Congresi 4th District OHEN HARRIS <3. W. LOOKADOO NORMAN M. WAnNOCK 2 .FOOT Arkansas Traveler Alum- inuim Boat. Deep bottom and trailer. $150. See 100 South Spruce, 8-3t 847 OLDSMOBILE. 4 door sedan. Hydramatic, radio, heater. Perfect motor, tires. First $250.00'. ; 'or terms. Apply 310 East Ave. D. 9.-3t OLDS , Ambassador Coronet arid Schwinn Phantom 26 inch boys Bicycle. Practically new. See or write Delmar Weliver, Rt. 4 Box 360, Hope. 9-3t MY home at 916 South Elm. Call Mary Hamm at 7-3584 or 7-2615. 9-3t Real Estate for Sale TOR $3,500.00 cash you can buy going ' business that has paid Off as high as $700.00 profi' per month. This price include; inventory, fixtures nnd delivery truck. Call us for details. „ Foster Realty Company 8-3t HARRY ttAWTHORN» CLWOftjD SYBRS DWIQHT RIDGDILti For County Clerk ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYER8 ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B, (Bill) RUGOLES JIMMY COOK R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MIDDLEBROOKS CLAUD H. SUTTON SYVELLE BURKE 7 Legionnaires The Mope" Legionnaires downed be El Dorado Legions 1G-1 in a 8 nning exhibition game last night n Legion Park. Mope broke the game wide open n the first scoring 4 runs with Bill Junter's base loaded single scoring more runs on 4 walks, ah error, nd a double by Bill Gunter. Hope then rounded out the scor- ng getting two runs in the 5th. 1 n the 6th, and 4 runs in the 7th. 31 Dorado scored its single run in ccond on a walk and a single, "Top" Smith, winning pitcher, ;ave up 1 run on 3 hits, walked 4 and fanned 2. Lee Lane, his relief, ho pitched two innings, give up no runs on no hits, walked 1 and fanned 4. Benson, loser, gave Up 1G' •uns on 11 hits, walked 10 and wif- ecl 5. , ••• . Tonight the Legionnaires travel o Texarkana with a battle With the Alderman Ward Three B. L. RETT1G A. P. DELONEY Prosecuting Attorney ROYCE WEISENBEROER PRESTON DOWD TRAVIS MATHIS VAN JOHNSON Alderman Ward Four JESSE L. BROWN CHARLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYERLEY MRS..G. A.-NASH Alderman Ward Two JOHN S. GREENE FOREST L. HAIRR T. O. (TOP) PORTER Alderman Ward One MRS. KATHRYN LOU FRANKS JOE JONES For State Senate 7th District GENE LEE .For City: Attprney C. V. NUNN, JR. For Rent UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment. $25.00 per month. Bills paid.' Private hath. 808 West 4th. Phone 7-3152. June 10-TF 6 ROOM house. Electricity. 27 acre pasture. ,Near /old Highway'G7 West. Phone 7-3759. 7-Gt 4 ROOM house. Electricity, Gas, Good Water, Pasture foKcow. •%' mile city^limits, old Highway 67 East. Ross Gillespie. 7-6t ,HPME ... AMBULANCE PHONE'. 7'2i23 J7-1MO. FURNISHED 2 room apartment; Electric refrigerator. Private bath and entrance. Newly decorated. 321 Bonner St. Phone 73553. 7-3ti Business Opportunity Man or Woman Oil City Team ikyliners Sunday they travel Waldo. Hope AB Gunter, W. H 4 White 5 Johnson 5 Huddleston 3 Nix 3 Boyctt Gunter, B. Cough, B. Smith Lane (7) ... Total' ........... 2 3 .3 . .2 .0 R 3 2 2 1 3 2 1 1 0 1 to H ! i •; i 3 1 1 0 : 3 ' •1 ' ,0. o- 30 16 11 SPORTS ROUNDUP .By QAYLE tALBOT. By OAYLE TALBOT NEW YORis. l/P) — The All-Star Jame schpduled for Tuesday at Cleveland will be a far different contest from the first of its kinds, which was played at Chicago back in 1933 in a spirit of high holiday [un ahd was won by the American Leaguers 4-2. As it wns originally conceived, the midseason classic merely was to be the means of letting the nation's baseball fans pick a couple of "dream 1 teams by ballot and then to permit the two star-spangled aggregations to appear upon the same field at the same time At the outset there was no since of urgency about winning the game. The atmosphere was moro that of an outsize clambake. Thnt WPS, as we say, how it started. Few baseball leaders had any notion that the game would become a fixture, much less that within 20 years it would develop into a grim duel for prestige not necessarily second t o the World Series in the desire of '.he two leagues for victory. It might have remained a bis, happy outing but for tne fact tha : the American League—Manager Jow McCarthy and the Now York Yankees in pai'ticular—quickly got the idea tha ! . it was more fun to win the game than to lose it. anci took action accordingly. Joe laded his lineups with the best he had and, if tho circumstances warranted, jleftHJagrrf hT_ttieirVi-'Until-they had whomped the Nationals. Philadelphia Trying to Keep the Athletics PHILADELPHIA Ml — A drive among Philadelphia business leaders to whip up support for the Philadelphia AlhleticS' has already >-e- ceived two p ledges totaling $55,000 worth of tickets. Mayor Joseph S. CUirk Jr. called some'90 business a nd civic leaders into, his City Hall office yesterday and dumped the problem of keep- jing the Athletics' franchise hero squarely in their laps. He said the city cannot put up any money to keep the ball club it: the city where it began i'.s once-illustrious history 54 seasons ago. But he pledged the "full strength of the city's public relations" behind the movement to prevent the financially distressed team from leaving. It was estimated that some 420,000 paid admissions are needed in the 32 home playing dates (39 English Goiter Setting the Pate 6y ROBERT MUSEL BIRKDALE. Eng.. (UP) --Sid Scott of England fired a four-un „_ .. der-par 69 on the third round of tlv; hind the !ead at the 36-hole mark, total of 222 as the third round ol the tournament proper git imdef* way in sunny, windless weather* A field of 50 headed into todays final in two rounds' on the Royal Birkdale course. Demaret. only threfi strokes bd- British Open Golf tournament to take the lead among the early fln» ishers with a 212 aggregate while AmeHca's Jiminy Defharet carded a 74 that left him six strokes of' the pace. Dai Rees, tiny Welsh professional, later matched Srctt's third round 69 to tie for the lead at 212 among thr early finishers. Al Watrous, 55-year-old Detroit pro, shot a 74 that gave nim a games) remaining on the Athletics^ schedule in order for the club to break even financially. Yesterday's pledges — $50,000 of which came from the president of a drugstore chain —represent, abut one eighth of the total needed. ,Roy Mack, executive vice p reii- dent of the Athletics, said nfler tho meeting that it would take about Fights Last Night Plninville, Conn. — Pat Man*!. 150, Syracuse, outpointed Pierre Hernandez, .149, Franco, 0. Brooklyn Fort Hamilton — Danny Rubino, 159%, Hoboken. N J. outpointed " Phil Rizzo, 156. Brooklyn 8. Tampa, Fla. Rocky .Randell, 135, Tampa, outpointed Lenny Alvarez, 134, New Orleans 10. went out ;n 36 and came home m 38 on the third round, /jiving him total of ,218. Tom Spence, 42-year-old British rro who led the field with 141' after yesterday's second round, had three bad holes and shot a third round 74 for a 215 that dropped him three strokes behind the lead. Legal Notice Legal Notice COTTON El Dorado Greenville Meridian Pine Bluff Monroe Hot Springs STATES W 48 42 38 30' 31 23 LEAGUE L 24 '27 34 38 41 48 Pet. GB ;667. ;'• .(309 :'4>-i ;528 10 '•} .441 16 ' : .431 17- : ^ OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS A new item; First time offered. .Start In spare-time, if satisfied, -i themw^Ak,full time. Refilling andf^plTe'cting money from our m r achineB"'in-tHls y ,area. To qual ify you m.UEtvhave a'car, reference, | $360* cash .tot:.seoure territory and iti.Ventory. Dfevotina 4 hours a week to'ibusinesB ybur..end pn percentages ,of; coll'ectipris should net approxi- mf;te',ly.'$17 i s,,rrj,ohthly with : very good possibility of taking over full time, income increasing accordingly. If appllcarti..p.an .qualify financial asslstahce: w.ljl.. be oive'n -by Co. for expahsioh*to f »f<iir ; time position with above' SVerage income. Include phone in application. Box A % Hope .Star." • -.--..: : . , . • ' -. Yesterday's Results Greenville. 14-5, Hot Springs 0-3, El Dorado 16, Meridian 2. Monroe "4, Pine Bluff 3. results. And he repeated previous denials that the club would be sold or transferred to another city. The Americans won the first three, and' Lefty Gomez, the tw ° , wee \" , fo , r the dr ? v< ; to Yankee aco, started all of them. Agqin. from 41 through '43, the junior league dominated tho classic, and then, with a one-year break, ran otf a n p t h c r four straight. By the time the Nationals finally caught on to what was happening to them and began their present surge of four in a row .Soddle Filly Je Fpr Anything" Wordlow TWO room furnished apartment. Large closets, garage, front and back entrances. After 4:30 p. m. Phone 7-2119. 1002 Wast Ave. B. -* " 8-3t You FURNISHED 2 room apartment. Bills paid, 121 South Fulton Street. Phone 7>2203, 8-3t 2 ROOMS and bath. Furnished or '•> _-^_ ' * : ' • ' - 1 '' The Negro Gbrnmunity By Helen .Turner • -Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Home Today's Games Hot Springs at Monroe. Greenville at El Dorado; Meridian at Pine Bluff. they we're"' 'railing by .4-12 and felt sore all over, as though they had been beaten with a belt buckle. It goes without saying ihat the Nationals have long since dropped all pretense of playing the game for the mans, as the Americans did before them, and arc out to win it by any means within tho rules. They would be happier, as would also the : Americans, if a regulation adopted several years ago did- not' requive 'e.'ich'side 'to' play the first there innings with the lineups voted by •tho fans. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland New York Chicago Detroit Washington Philadelphia Baltimore Boston . The Junior Choir of Rising Star Church will journey to Hot Springs unfurnished. 2 miles out on Spring Saturday July 10th, The bus will W 56 53 50 33 32 29 30 28 L 23 28 31 43 44 49 49 47 Pet. GB .709,-<ja .654 4 , .017 7 ,.434 21'>2 .421 22'/, .380 26 .380 20 .373 26 Yesterday's • Results Cleveland 4, Baltimore 1 Detroit 2, Chicago 0 (Only games scheduled) Today's Games Cleveland at Chicago (niiht) Baltimore at Detroit New York at Washington (night) Boston at Philadelphia (night) Giants ShoV Nd Mercy for Slumping Bums By JOE RE.ICHLER Associated Press .Sports..Writer Collapse or slump? Take your pick. It doyends upon whether you are anti or pro Brooklyn. Not since they "blew 7 the flag in the .dog -days of. 1951 have the Dodger fortunes been at, such a low ebb. Within a spjico of 10 days the tired and dreary Dodgers fell from the National League lead to Pels Hope to Get AH Star Game By The Associated Press A faint New Orleans hope of getting the Southern Association all- star game to the Crescent City rested today on the right arm of rookie Curt Rnydon, whose unimpressive 1-3 mound mark left Pelican supporters a -bit pessimistic. The Pels kept their chances alive last night by winning.4-1 fiom Mobile in. a game halted after five innings by rain. The victory gave 'New Orleans second place, 2!A j games behind Atlanta. The league- leading Crackers eliminated Birmingham from consideration as, an all-star host by .dumping the-:Barons into third place 6-3.v J/ The team that leads iJle'^eague after Sunday's games wilM.enter- tain-the all-stars lanta victory or July 15. An At a New Orleans PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 45 BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the State of Arkansas, and by the Senate; -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 being submitted to the electors of the State tor approval 'or rejection at the next general election for Representatives and Senators, if a majority of the electors voting thereon, at such an election, adopts such amendment, the same (shall become a part of the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, toivlt: SECTION 1. Tlie Executive Depart, ment of this State shall consist of a Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of Stale, Treasurer of State, Auditor of Stale, Attorney General, and Commissioner of State Lands, all of whom shall keep their offices at the scat of Government," and liold their offices for the term of two years and until their successors are elected and qualified. SECTION 2. Tlie annual salaries of such State officers, which'shall be'paid in monthly installments, shall be as follows: The Governor, tlie sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000.00); the Lieutenant Governor, the sum of Three Thousand and Six Hundred Dollars ($3,600.00); the Secretary of State, the sum of Seven Thousand and Two Hundred Dollars ($7.200.00); the Treasurer of State, the sum of Seven Thousand and Two Hundred Dollars ($7,200.00); the Auditor of Stale, the sum of Seven Thousand and Two Hundred Dollars ($7,200.00); the Attorney General, the sum of Eicht Thousand Dollars ($8.000.00); and the Commissioner of State Lands, the sum of Six Thousand Dollars ($6,000.00). SECTION 3. The above mentioned State Officers shall be elected by the qualified electors of the State at large at the time of the regular general election for voting for members of the General Assembly; the returns of each election therefor shall be sealed up separately and trans- milted to the seat of government by the returning officers not later than the last day of November of the year in which the election Is held, and shall be directed to the Speaker of the House of Representatives. The General Assembly shall convene In special session on the 'first Monday in December of the year in which the members of the General Assembly are elected and shall be in session for a period not to exceed three days, unless called Into special session by the Governor. At such session of the General Assembly, and upon both Houses being organized, the Speaker of the House of Representatives shall open and publish the votes cast and given- for each of the officers hereinbefore mentioned, in the presence of doth Houses of the General Assembly. The person having the highest number of f»ROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 43 BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate) of the State of Arkansas nnd by the. House of Representatives of the State of Arkansas, a Majority of All Men!' befs Elected (o Each House Agreeing Thereto: That the following is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of 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 nnd Senators, If a majority of the electors Voting thereon, at such an election, adopt • such amendment, tho snme shall be- ^ come a part of the Constitution of the Stale of Arkansas, towlt: SECTION 1. No ad-valorem tax • shall be levied upon properly by the : Stale. - i • A county, city, Incorporated town or school district may levy a tax .annually upon property therein at its , market value for the purposes and ; subject to the restrictions now pr.o- vided by the Constitulion: excepl that where the Board of Equalirallon here* afler crealed has for the first time equalized tho assessments of property in any county at its market -'--•'-""•• value and has certified such fact ns provided in Section 5 hereof, thereafter the lax levied for any such local thereto; unner-up siiot, off the pace. 6'/2 lengths NATIONAL LEAGUE 4903. SMALL Modern Cottage. Partly furnished. Suitable for couple, Near town on pavement. Phone 7-2071. 9-3t 8-3t'one wishing to'make the trip call 7-5533. ; wrapped for deep »ef'fep Deep Freeze ' UNFURNISHED Two bedroom apartment Conveniently located ,608 South Main. Phone 7-3205. 9-3't FURNISHED garage apartment. Living room ,bedroom, t kitchen, bath, Small screened porch.' 805 South Main. Phone 7-2C44. 9-3t Wanted to Buy Tp BUY Men's Used Shoes. Reaves Bargain Shop. 31-TF Mrs. Cor la'. Sims of Hope died at her home Wednesday, July>7. Funeral arrangements are Incomplete. New York Brooklyn Philadelphia Milwaukee St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh W L 55 25 48 31 39 40 38 34. 33 41 28 25 48 53 Pet. GB .688 -•• .608 .JB-'/a ^481 16V'> .368 25 s .321 29 i Notic* {spiritual 'Airs of DeQueen and the Harmonetts of Little Rock will give'-a-musical program at Antioch Baptist Church Sunday, July 11, at '2 p. m.'The public is invited. The Community Club met at the home of Mrs. Minera"Phillips with Mrs. Emma Langston, presiding. The living room was beautifully decorated with ferns and white roses. Refreshments was served to thirteen members. Mrs. Odessa Martin hostess. and Pork Custom Slaughtered. Call Jess Morris 7-3578 or 7£244, Cut wrapped & fyozen for deep freeze, Call 7-2244. Community • Joe & Produce Do, •- ?- ?-June 6- VPTE Boley's all new, "All air conditioned," court- When guests or Tourists inquire. 4 people $5.00. July 3-1 Mo. Mrs. Roxie Yerger of 711 South Spruce SU have as house guest her on and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ''rank Coachman and their friends lirs. John W. Cole, Mrs, Joseph G. Barbour and Mrs. N. :M. Edge all if Chicago, Illiniois, Yesterd/ay's Results .; New York 11, Brooklyn 2 '* Chicago 8, Milwaukee S (14 inii- ings) ''•"<, St. Louis 2, Cincinnati 1 J (Only games scheduled) •.-'•{ Old age. injuries, . weak hitting, spotty pitching, sloppy fielding and bludgeoning Giant bats all contributed to the Dodgers' sharp decline. Whether the Dodgers can right themselves is anybody's ig uess. Only once| before-in the last six years have the Brooks been so badly off. That was in 1950 when they trailed the Philadelphia Phillies by eight games in September. They; came on with a rush then, only ' tc lose ;X3srnes V . ; Pittsburgh at New York ; Philadelphia at Brooklyn (nighi) Milwaukee a t Cincinnati (night) Chicago at St. Louis (night) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Services Offered spring 7T202?. rerjpvstlon &nd lnner» , Cobb Mattress Co. Wwhlpgtop. Phone Mar. 4-tf service , rate. Call Samuels 7-3766. Farm Bureau Office. 101 East Front Street. June 17'} Mo. Schoendienst Has Hit in 27 jBjphoendlensi pj( the St. Louis Cardinals is ap tije ^atiopa.1 Mrs. Altha Haney has returned o her home in Toledo, Ohio after spending a few days visiting her larents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pasker tnd other relative?,,.., ., Atlanta New Orleans Birmingham Chattanooga Memphis Mobile Little Rock Nashville W 52 51 50 48 40 40 37 5! 34 50 L 35 30 39 41 47 40 Pet. GB a chance for a tie on ihc final day of the season. The putlook is much gloomier now. First of all, this time they have to contend with a "hot" New York Giant team that is rushing through--the league "like wildfire instead of a^ear^PWlttaeTphia'club staggering to the finish i;ne. Brooklyn dropped its sixth straight to the Giants yesterday 112. Once again it was Willie Mays who led the Giant charge. The spectacular center fielder smashed loss tonight, tomorrow or Sunday would clinch the game for Atlanta. Little Rock, Chattanooga, Memphis and Nashville were idle last night but the Travelers made news when their manager, big Bill Norman told General Manager Ray Winder he was quitting the slump- bound club, effective immediately, i votes for" each of the respective Winder said an acting pilot 1 " ces shaU be « e ?- Iared . d M'y -'would be n'amed from the present Little Rock "squad and there was immediate speculation that veteran pitcher-coach Stubby Overmire would get the nod. Overmire, a chunky lefthander, pitched for several years in the American League. Norman, who was immediately assigned by the parent Detroit Tigers as a triple-A and double-A league scout, was the season's second managerial casaully in the Southern. Earlier Gregg Mulleavy replaced Stan Wasiak at Mobile. place. Harvey Haddix chalked up his 13th triumph. Randy Jackson walloped his 17th home run early in the game, then singled in the 14lh inning to drive in the run that gave the Chicago Cubs a 9-8 victory over Milwaukee. Rookie Bill Tremel pitched seven innings of scoreless relief for his first major league victory. Bob Buhl was the loser. There will be a basketball game Friday night, July 9, at the City ; )«rk. Hope Bears p|ay. the Waldo jiants. Time 8 p.m. Baseball By The Associated Prejss, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 5-1, Indianapolis 3-2 Toledo 0, Columbus 3-i? innings. Kansas City 3, St. Paul 2. LouisvilU 10, Charjeston 3. TfXS UPAGUE Oklahoma CUy 1-1, Tuls 9 0-7. Pallas 8, Fort Worth 2. Houston 14, Beaumont 2 SJu-eveport, 4, Sap Antonio 1. Yesterday's Results Atlanta, fl, Birmingham 3 New Orleans 4, Mobile 1 (called after 5 i linings, rain) (Only games scheduled) .598 his 29th and 30th homeis to drive .567 2'/2|in five runs. It gave him four horn,562 3 ers in the three-game set and nine .539 5 in 12 games against Brooklyn .460 12 pitching this season, .4U 13 Ruben Gomez, the Puerto Rican .16 1Q screwball pitcher, liniued the .405 IQY_> Dodgers to seven hits and fanned eight for his eighth triumph. Hours later, Gomez registered at a hos- Teday's,. Games Little Rock at Memphis Birmingham at Atlanta New Orleans at Mobile Chattanooga at Nashville Legal Notice Jansen Signed os Player-Cpach NEW YORK W Larry Jansen, onetime star pitcher who helped the Giants win the 1931 pennant, received his unconditional releaso a§ a player today, jib was immediately signed by the Giants as a pitching coach at the same Salary believed close to $22,500. To replay the 34-.ycar-old, right- hander, tha Giants brought up Al Corvyyi, anothey righl-ixandor, from their M.in,neppoJljs lai-ni plub of tlw pital for a tonsilectmy to be per formed today. Only four other games were played yesterday. -CtavclaiftTs American .League - : leading Indians boosted their margin ove- the idle New York Yankees to four games, defeating flaltimore 4-1 behind the reven-hit hurling of Bob Feller, needed. Detroit's Steve Gromek dropped Chicago seven games behind Cleveland, shut-ting out the White Sox 2,-Q on seven, hits, The Tigers' Ray JJoptje drove in one run with a double ai\d scored the other. He also had two singles. The St. Louis Cardinals bunched four singles in the second inning to defeat Cincinnati *M and gain a tie 1 wijh the Redlegs for fifth ^ American Assn, Corwin has a U-4 record. Tb6 switch-hitting second record with the Millers. singled, in. fc>w trips last Clnejwatj u The Giants were reluctant to re- JanseOi rememl?eri,ng the agaipp Ctaciwat) u extend l e ase Jansen. remembering the m&WSS^^r^?^ Vf$**» ^ *V PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 44 BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate of the State of Arkansas and by the House' of Representatives, a Majority of all the Members Elected to Each House Agreeing Thereto: That tlie following is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, and upon being submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at the next General Election for Representative and Senators, if a majority of tlie 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 l. From and after the adoption of this amendment, the term of off-ice of Governor of the State of Arkansas Shall be tour years and the Governor shall not be eligible to succeed himself, Provided however, this amcWjnent shall not apply to the 'nerwaj-.«leot«d. a? Qwernqr at the General Silectipn to be. held jn 1OC4 •'• --'\ ' ' ! ••' to9 of , effective date the, Governor sly»U • n activ , , he proWbitel Jlrora •itsklng ,an active nart or using *hlg?''p#lce in '8V9r of or against |ny" 'e|«aid,ate for any constitutional *o«i«rin any Primary. Special or Peperal •• Elepuon, except Inly where The ; Governor himself is a candidate, in which event, he ive jUi- elecled and shall immediately be- in his term of office; but If two r more shall be equal, the highest n votes fOr the same office, one of hem shall be chosen by a joint vote if both Houses of the General As- embly. and a majority of all the members elected shall be necessary o a choice.' SECTION 4. The General-Assembly ihall meet in regular session of six- y (60) days, which need not be con- inuous, at the seat of government every two years on the first Monday in February of each odd numbered year until, said time be changed by aw. The members of the General Assembly shall receive as their salary he sum of Twenty-four Hundred Dolars ($2,400.00), except the Speaker of the House of Representatives, who shall receive as his salary Twenty- five Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($2,550.00), for each period of two (2) ,'ears payable at such time and in such manner as the General Assem- Dly may determine; and in addition o such salary the members of the General Assembly shall receive Ten Cents (lOc) per mile for each mile traveled in going to and returning from the seat of government over the most direct and practicable route; mid provided, further that when said members are required to attend an extraordinary or special session of the General Assembly, they shall receive in addition to salary hcVein provided, the sum of Twenty Dollars ($20 00) per day for each day Ihey are required to attend, and mileage, at the same rate herein pro- SECTION 5. There is hereby created a joint ad Interim committee of the General Assembly to be selected from its membership, as may be provided by law, for the purpose of j . conduct- 1C 111S «l»V4 H.M.----CI —*T"V~ - ",~, "~ . 11 agencies,! The General 'Assembly shall fix the Amount of pc,r"'.d'em and ex- nenses of committee' members and the compensation and expenses of the committee's employees. SECTION 6. (a) The General Assembly shall from time to time provide for the salaries and compensation of the justices of the Supreme Court and for the salaries • and expenses of the judges of the Circuit and Chancery Courts of this State; provided, that such salaries and compensation of 'the justices of the Supreme Court and the salaries and expenses of the judges of the Circuit and Chancery Courts shall not be less than now provided by law. (b) The General Assembly shall by law determine the amount and method of payment of salaries to the Commissioners of the Workmen's Compensation Commission; provided, that ' issioner shall provided by ng research into governmental problems and making audils of State subdivisions shall be a total tax for all purposes and shall not exceed five (H) mills for the county, eight (8) mills for any city or incorporated ;. town, and twelve (12) mills for any. ; : school district, on each dollar of the ; assessed value of the property there- i. in, exclusive of taxes levied by im- < provement districts, and exclusive of j taxes levied for local Improvements !; in towns and cities as authorized by • Article 19, Section 27 of the Constitution. Provided, however, there shall be set aside annually an amount equal to the maximum amount col- .; lected for the retirement of eacli^ issue of outstanding bonds during any^ venr prior to the year of the col- • lection of taxes wherein the aforesaid maximum rales have become effective, to be used for the retirement of such bonds as provided by th<r terms thereof; nnd the tax shall'- never bo less than that necessary; to produce such nnnunl amount untili the bonds have been retired, or sufficient funds have been set aside for their retirement. j'V 1 As to bonds issued after the date of the certification that assessments, have been cqunlized nt market valuer in any county, the maximum tax rate* heroin provided may not bo exceeded' except when necessary to prevent orf cure a default. • ' ,,,. Where assessments of benefits in. , any improvement district are basedj on the assessed value of the property for state or county purposes, the assessors of tho district shall have tho right to equalize all future assessments of benefits; and for this purpose may reduce the valuations to .• the extent that such valuations have been increased by. reason of this amendment. • . . SECTION 2. The tax shall not be Idvied upon any property, now exempted by tho Constitution from taxation. SECTION 3. There is hereby created ! a Board of Equalization which shn assess at its market value propert used in the operation of public uti Hies, or such other property nuth- , orlzed to he taxed by the aforesaid ;• political subdivisions, as the General , Assembly may direct. The total as- ; sessed value ' of all public utilities shall be apportioned to the various • counties, cities, incorporated towns • and school districts as is now or. • may hereafter be provided by law.i Until such time as the assessmcntsi of property in any county are equal- > Ized nt market value, the proportion , of the total valuation of any util-, Icy allocated to any county, city,; • incorporated town, or school district!.' shall be adjusted by applying there-^ to the percentage of market value«| at which the Board determines prop-~ erly is therein assessed. • ••,• SECTION 4. The Board of Equalization shall see that all property Is assessed which is required by law to be assessed, anB to this end shall assess property which the tax assessor of any county has failed to assess, after notice and hearing by the Board. " SECTION 5. The Board of Equalization sha.l equalize the assessments of property in each county at its market value, and for that purpose it shall classify property according to type, use thereof and income there- from, and prepare and prescribe method or formula for use by it an . the tax assessors of the various coun-r ties in determining the maiket value 1 of property or classes of property; and shall reassess propeily not assessed in accordance therewith, after notice and hearing by the Board. Eacji year when the property in any eoun-. ty has been equalized at ils market] value ns herein provided, the Board, of Equalization shall certify such factj to the county clerk. SECTION 6. Within the time and manner provided by ihe General Assembly any taxpayer or any of the aforesaid political subdivisions • affected may appeal from any older or decision of the Board of Equalization to the Chancery Court of the Count^ in which the properly affected is • \c£ rated, except that any appeal from an order or decision affecting property of public utilities assessed by the Equalization Board shall l.e taken to the Chancery Court of Pulaski County. The Chancery Court shall try any such cause de novo. Either party may appeal from any adverse decision of tho Chancery Court- to the Supreme Court of Arkansas where it shall be heard do novo on the rec- SJICTION 7. The Governor shall ap-i point three resident electors as mem-1 be authorized to « active in his 6wn pehelf. A Violation of this section shall be « mi?dcrneanor from which the Governor shall have immunity trial. fined formed for them over a seven-yea. But « bad back made him of JitUe use this season. Jansen won two and Jost '.w,o but he failed to complete any ol his (seven $t,ans this year. We appeared |n IP games and allowed 57, <hUs in iQiungs. His last anpeawxoa was 4 in Pittsburgh 1 " iut to tfie the'salary of any Commissioner shall not be less than noyv ------ (c) The General Assembly shall by law determine the amount and method of payment of salaries .of county officials. Nothing herein shall be construed as abrogating any rUhts,o( the people of tlie State of Arkansas undep the Initiative and Referendum provisions of the Constitution pr the pt»t- .eessor of each, who shall serve for) , a term of twelve years; which ap* ' pointments, including appointments In . the eveiit of a vacancy, Miall boj subject to .eqnflrmation by the Sep-i U ate. The members may be impeached] ,'} or removed 'from office as provided K by ArticW 15 of the Constitution. ' ' 8. The total expcnditurel . for any year for all purposes by any or f thef OJ the Constitution and Section Amendment JS, to the Constitution the State of Arkansas be ari4 jt*W ,five fleeted every «S8»" r~a •>•<' State o| as follows! "For ev ere shall pounty^ oily, -incorporated town school district, shall not exceed , . amount of the budget for that year,! ;;> or the amount of revenue, \vhicheveji ! is lesser. W-, JExeept as may be necessary to" 1 satisfy outstanding valid bonds, no ad, 3 valorem tax shall be levied upon 1 property by any county, city, Incorporated (own or school district until 'a budget has been approved byi a majority of the qualified eleptor?', voting upon the issue. The budget shall not be submitted for approval pr rejection at an election except sftcr public notice and hearing wllfl,' fespect to the amount thereof. If,the .' proposed budget is approved, the rat? certified shall be r that necessary to provide the reciure amount after deducting available ances and funds forthcoming ottier sources. U the proposed bud |o,r any year ts rejected, theo expendftures tor the preceding ye»p Mil constitute the budget and tbe tax certified shall be 9 that which l» ly Oifck Y***f WE CAN'T LET HER SEE ,-41> WHO'S I fHE HOUSE LOOKING Ll«£ .Jl[COM|N<3 THI9-1 IMMACULATE AND,CHILCJREN,STRAIGHTEN UP VOUR ROOMS AND PUT gVERVTHING AWAV QUICK-CLEAN OUT tHE HALL CLOSET AND HANG UP ALL VOUR CLOTHES 02ARK IKI Getting Around • ' ACROSS 55 Inter 1 On the road in ™ £ ruit d 5 inks .the -family 57 Enervate 4 On the high j worry o'?f;uV i-i 2 Brother of 8 What a kid Cain (mb-) . gets around 3 Ways o£ . „ *^ n , . . setting around Answer A l_ A ft ~ T O M A 1. B R B O I N A T B JP A R E H O K N A T t= C 0 p ,.f «* M E H * '<'•! ;r E N to F R B ,.. 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PATENT'. ..•OFFICE, y; 'T.n just patenting the part that take's you up-r-the coming-down part still has to be perfected I" , SWEETIE PIE By Nomine Seller UNf >SaP lW<tr*J if SmJtffi Sicifi**. c«tt»£t m* I? K^f runni VIC FLINT 1 ' SBK ?s. ^ifjg 'C.«prl!>'« l» Nt« Sivr. I .r T M R>^ U 3 P»* 0« fe'- -1. WASH TUBBS WHeM.WYOUflNp'XHBKeEP^f! 10 1014 HOURS * IW, /TMB 66 MOT! TpoF/x mmtm%m BOOTi AND HER BUDDIES I'Ot, W?\?f»K>6K) •\\\A. BUGS BUNNY HB^LWAS^ ' llsJ-TPC?C?l IDTS 1 BANANAS OUTTO- FCUIT STAND t'-- - i ^V'^TWif AU.EY OOP THERMS COMMUNiT AFTER ..,., MORTAL-TERROR 5TINKJN a.J KNOW FROM ...BUT AGAINST AN WrJop^MlIf ARMV OF STRONG, / BUT Wg' ^Tl CRITTER'5 A ' PRETTY FEARSOME BpAST ITCOULPKT HOIPJ) ANY^UCr , < -^TiV - f 1? . <i i * l , -irfi?«,V*i 3 SE THE STORY OF MARTHA '>' t '.'W'w BOM I'VE MISSED spu TKIZIB^ WON'T Vou KscoNsipee AND o?Mi BACK HOME? 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