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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 18, 1944
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 19'M B1/YT1IEV1LLE (AHK.) COU1UEH NEWS Tin Can Need Called Critical i_ Few Housewives Here iy Realize Importance, Leader Declares The tin can collection is the most critical scrap drive In America today, according to B. 15. To- lancl of the War Production Office in Little Rock. Mr. Toland, who decried the lack of fullest cooperation from women of Dlytheville as well as the housewives of the nation as a whole, pointed out the importance of the tin for use In .sending medical preparations to the righting forces overseas. "The medicine must be pMtccled from the air as well as waiter, which det|iiirc.s the u-:c of tin, and so much of it that we must use that which is available," Mr. Toland said. Only oi!B Blylhcvillc home in ten cooperates with the salvage drive pnd makes thciv tin cans available. At that rale this town can never All its quota, he pointed out. The trouble which a housewife goes to in preparing the cans to be picked up is only a small bit in compar- irnn to what the fighting men are doing, Mr. Tolaml said. The next tin can collection in Blytheville is set for Saturday, Kept. 30. Mr. Toland said as he urged all lioufowlwa to begin today to save their empty tin cans and place them in front of their homes for the monthly scrap drive. Luxor a Society—Personal to [he members of the Baptist Fi- dclis class us a business-social meeting at her home Thursday night. Miss Catherine Davis was a visitor, and Mrs. Sexton was enrolled as a new member. After a round table discussion of class planes, presided over by Mrs. Jolm Tlnveatt, teacher, the «ve- nlng was spent in solving contests and playing bingo. Miss Moffltt served refreshments, a salad plate and coca cola. HAVK WEIN'KK It OAST The members of the Wcslcyan Service Guild were hosts to their husbands at. a welncr roast at Glider Park, south of Osceola, on Friday night. I . . . FAMILY REUNION HELD Mrs. Walter Brantley had a fain-1 ily reunion of lier daughters and' their families this week, 'iliose present were: Mrs. M. W. Alex-) ande: 1 , .iml son, Marvin, of Alice, ' Texas; Mrs. J. M. Gardener and children, Sara and Lncl, of Odessa. Texas; Lieutenant (J.g.) Lorcc Brantley, of Newport, Va. Mrs. A. L. Burns, and Mr, Burns, of Houston, Texas; Mrs. T. Tyler and sons, Warren and Tominie, of Wildwood, N. J. Mrs. Tyler and children will spend (be winter in Luxora. Me. J. A. Kocliendcrfcr, and Mrs, Kochcnderfer. left Wednesday afternoon for Keeslcr Field, Biloxi, Miss., where he has been transferred from the Blytheville 'Air Base. Pfc. Kcchenderer has been stationed at the Blytheville Air Base tor '.wo years. Mrs. c. S. Scott has been visit- HS her sister, Mrs. Walter Dcnlon Tor two days, Thursday and Friday his week. Mr. and Mrs. Elmorc Campbell mil daughter, Miss Lourelle camp- icll left Tuesday for (heir home in 31. Louis after several days visit ierc with Mrs. Campbell's sisters. Mrs. Hcnr v W. Spann and Miss Florence Rush. Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Dale Wilkins have as their house guests. Mrs. Wilkins nieces, Miss Mary Harris •tiid 'Miss Nancy Harris, of Columbia, Mo. EDSOH IN WASHINGTON Wages, the Political Thorn UY I'KTKK I'DSON Courier IsYns XVasliliifitoti ('orrcspoiuU'nt Thc divided reiiorls on wlint to do nbout ui-ei\klug the Uttlc Steel wuyc stalilllzntlon (onmila, just turned over to the full Nultoiml War l.alxu- Braird by (he slx-innn, Indtistry- liibor-|Hil)Uc panels which .since last Fcbruiify liuve been studying A. !•'. of L. nnd C. I. O. United Steelworkers' demands (or [lay itierenscs, nimiirs no ureat spcc<i fnr removal ol whnt is now the most troublesome political and economic thorn In the administration's side. Fnir-mhido.d judges In n fncl- flndlng group hnve not hecn nlilc to nurcc on cither the fuels or what should he clone alxnil llicm. With all (his nuize of mateiiiil of nti itierease In base rales of pay. Tlu l elo.sDr tills {leelslon eoines lo election day, the jjreiUcr will be Us pulitlcul dynamite. M. W. Cannady Navy Airman, Returns To U.S. NF.W ORLEANS, Sept. I8-M. W. Cannady, Aviation Machinist Mate (list class, USNH, of 513 N. Franklin Street, lil.vlhevllle, Ark., was a member of (he first st|imilro» of Nuvy pllols to operate luij;c fonr- moloit'd Coroimtlo Hying bouts before It, the. Job of the War Labor i 'l'H2Ys> on combat missions. He Board Is to liarinonl/e and come ii»' lllls now returned to this country with recommendations for a new for ll 'i' v « a "d rc'iissl^nmcnt nfler wage policy that will please every- * nionihs In the ' The squadron, VIM3, eiiine buck vlthout Hie loss ol a single one. of s 15 planes, nnd. despite the great l/e of the flying Uoats, they proved bllftlSTIAN SEKVICK GIlOUl' MKETS The Women's Society o( Christian Service met at the Church Tuesday afternoon for a. business and program session. Mrs. E. U. Began opened thc meeting with a devotional, and Mrs. R. H. Owen led in prayer. '.Mrs. W. E. Head, president, led Ihe program topic on "The Christian's Response to Suffering". LUXOliA-OSCF.OI.A- ULYTIIKVILLK ISItlDGi: C1.TJ1! .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hires were hosts Tuesday night ut a spaghetti supper for thc members ot their T.nxora-Osccola-Elythcvlllc bridge club and guests, Dr. and Mrs. T. P. Hudson. ' High score Club prizes went to Mrs. Jesse Brown, and Russell Bowcn. Dr. Hudson received the guest prizo. • » » I'TA IN FIUST FALL MEETING The flrRt;mceting'for..llie luxora, Parent-Teacher's Association was held at ilic High School auditorium Wednesday afternoon with a large attendance. Mrs. Joe Gentry, president, presided.' program wns oi>cned by group B, : before the objective of .the yc'ar's work, "Working Together With the Youth of the Community", was introduced. Mrs. Avis Crawford, led the discussion,. "Dig- yins; in Together", The Social Committee; Miss Christine Calverl, Mrs. Byron O. Wilkins. nnd Mrs. William John- uon, served ice cream and cake during a social period. • • • I.TJXOKA STUDENTS LEAVE Leaving this week to attend universities and colleges were: Miss Frances Danehower and Miss Patricia Danehowcr, St. Cecilia Academy, Nashville: Miss Frances Liverant, Warrt-Hclmont, Nashville, Tenn., Miss Mary Clay Bowcn, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Miss Ditsy Siliman, Marion Collcgs, Marion, Va.; Miss Billy Langston, University of Arkansas, Faycltcville. Thursday Was Fay Day MANCHESTER, N. H. (UP)—Instead of Saturday, stores and banks still keep open Thursday nighUi for shoppers. Manchester's "Thursday Night" is a survival of the custom which originated more than 150 years ago when pay day fell on Thursday. S CLASS MEIiTS Miss Margaret Moffitt was hostess INVITATION FOR BIDS Thc Slate of Arkansas, through Brig. General E. L. Compere, Adjutant General, will receive bids for Roofing of Armory Building at Jonesboro, Arkansas and on Repairs to Armory at Blytheville, Arkansas, consisting of roof repairs, painting, plumbing and miscellaneous repairs. Bids will be received until 10 A M., C. W. T., on the 2Bth day of September, 1944 at the office of the Adjutant General, by Col. Hcndrix Lackey, Room 183, State Capitol Building, Little Rock, Arkansas. 'Itie Contract Documents including Specifications, may be obtained atjhe Office of the Architects, Gi- nocclifo 'and' Cromwell;" 219'"'Hall Building, by depositing the sum of ten ($10.00) dollars. Deposits will be refunded in full for sets of documents returned in good condition within 10 days after receiving bids. The successful Bidder will be required to furnish satisfactory Performance Bond. Bids must be accompanied by Bid Security not less than 2% of thc bids. The State of Arkansas reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any informality In bfddlng. State of Arkansas By: Brig. Gen. E. L. Compere, Agent. _J fi|18-25 Do FALSE TeEJETH Rock, Slide or Slip? PAbTEETH, an improved powder to be sprinkled on upper or lower plates, holds false teeth more firmly in place. Do nol slide, slip nor rock. No gummy, gooey, pasty tjislo or feeling. FALSTEETH is alkaline (non-acid). Docs not sour, checks "plate color'' (denture breath). Gel FASTEETH al any drug store. body and still not violate the stabt- ll'/.allon policy to which Ihe administration is committed. The bourd may do this solely on Die basis of the "factual" evidence submitted by the panels, or it may deckle (hat it needs to hear further evidence from the 81 steel companies Involved in the Big Steel case, or the representatives of the A. P. of L. and C. I. O. unions which now face pay cuts and want pay raises. Either way, iherc Is bound to IK some further delay In getting a decision. To consider this delay us a mere stall on the- purl of the poor old War Labor Board would be unfair, though this chaise may be made by thc lal»r leaders who have tiled lo hold their unions in line while the overworked WLB tried to make up Its mind. WLB IN A U)SINO FIGHT Thc board has been lighting an almost hopeless rearguard action all through the war, trying to hold off the Inflationary forces which arc opposed to wage stabilisation. How much longer thc board can continue this delaying action now becomes the big question. If the decision can be postponed until after the election. It will be a good trick, for Hint will keep the issue where it belongs, which Is out of politics. But almost inescapably it will be dragged into politics. In thc first place, the Republican platform condemns the freezing of wage rates at arhitrnry levels. Second, Uicrc have been some Indications that A. P. of L. and C. 1. O. lenders have brought pressure lo bear on thc President to have him step Into this situation, go over Ihe ! heads of thc War Labor Board and i outline a new wage policy. FDIl CAN GUAH THE BALL ! The responslbilily of the War Labor Board is to report its recommendations lo Hie .President, but there is nothing lo prcvenl the President from-^ moving .In fir grabbing the ball and trying to r with It. ' Anything the President docs or doesn't do about this situalion, he is bound to catch criticism. If the Litlle Slcel formula Isn't broken before the election, restless labor may be critical. On die oilier band, if imp. Increases arc granted in any form whatever, Ihe cry will be raised by thc Republicans that the labor vote is being bought at the politically psychological moment by the grant NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Term lies may he ruining your properly. C»ll m« check-up wifhou! cost or obligation. BAT8, HHCE AND ROACH CONTttOl GUARANTEED WORK H. C. 6LANKENSHIP •n E. Kentucky thin fo. For Good Insurance Call W. M. Bums Agency, Ph. 3367 Wiilinc; complete Automobile Insurance, I'lalc Glass, Work- nun's Compensation, I'nblic & Contractor's Liability and Fire Iiibimmcc on anything insurablc. AGENCY 115 N. Second St. W. M. BURNS DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" ItOYAL, SMITH, CORONA. AND REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2ntl STREET PHONE 3382 (Every Transaction Musi lie Sallsfaclor?) 10 Year Guaranteed Moothproofing Protects CLOTHING— RUGS—FURNITURE- DRAPES—BLANKETS—etc. Ask for the schedule of reasonable prices. UDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Gothic* WAKNIN'U. OKDKH lli« ('liain'cry (;ourt, ('lilckasinvba Mslrlcl, iMIsslssliipl t'onnly, Ar- Cynlhlii Colo Ix>lstt;r, I'lnlniur vs. No. 87-19 l j i;cd U'lstor, IMi'iirtnnl. 'file itefi'mlanl, l-'n-il UMislcr, is ht'ioby wnrnnl lo uppi'iii' wllli'.n tlilfty dnys In the coinl niun«l In Ilic cnptlon hereof nnil unswff Uic i-oni|iliilnt of Iho pliilnllir Oyntliln Colo Leister, Dated Ilils '20 clay of Ann. 10-M IIAIIVHY MOKHI8. Clerk. Percy A. Wilulil, Ally lor 1'lf WAIiNINO OHDl'lt 1» the Cliiiiimi')' Court, (!lilrk:is:iwti» IHslrU'l, Hllssls»li.iil County, Arkansas. Clmrles T. Wallace, Plalntlll vs. No. B150. litltel Wnlltta-, DpfeiKliuil, 'I'lio defentlitnl, Elhel Wnlltu'O, Is lieieby warned to appear within thirty days in Ihu court nnined In Hie cnptlon hereof and nnswer Iho complaint of Ihe plalntlir Ohinles '!'. Wallace. Unled Hits 20 dny of Ann., 1U-H HAI1VKY M01WIS, Clerk. Percy A. WrlBht, Alty. for Pit. mister of Japan's fist, iniuiciiver- iljlo Uvln-nioloml Belly's '(miull- iin bonilirji's) In n scries nt sklrm- slics in Uic Ccnlrnl Pncldc. Tlio pilots of VIMS shot clown Ive BoUys. with two more prob- iblcs; twice they chased oft nt- tncklni; Peril's, mul once Ihi'y (liun- mul pei'lmps diosvnwl one of the enemy's new, speedy, Uvin-nio- lorccl riBliler buinlicrs. Tile Wjj. liiinljei'lin! [inlrol iiliniL'S were successively bused on Midway, Kwajiileii), Turi\wi\ mul Enlwelok. rlicy curried out a vnrlcly of missions — homblng, search, mlnltiK, escorting pliolo plnnc.s to Salpau uul Gunin, tiljjhl nltncks on Wake ^lld Wolje, iiiid for ninny weeks, dally reconnaissance r.iktn on Wnke. the only dinuiiKe they, suffered cither in combnt or routine opcrn- lons, was from untl-iilrcrufl, lire, vlilcli diuiifi»cd two plnnes mul klll- '(1 one iiircrcwinnn. (he oceuijntion of the Mnrshalls, VP-13 iniiilc four nlBlil •nltls on \Vnke frcin Mlthviiy. They ivere (lie loncest boinblnj; nitcls ever made hy Nnvy iiluncs—1,030 nnii- tlenl miles cacli way. There were ID plnnes on two of these rnkls nnd nine on cnch ol thc ollim, Coimniinder Thoinns P. Connelly, skipper or the squadron, led the first, attnck. Tl lc atlnck look ll'.c Japs completely by .surprise. Two sweeps of the Coromulos. with three sections of three In each, nil dropped explosives within the tar- Bct areas mill (jot away without dainayt: to themselves. After the capture of Enlwetok, VP-13 was bused there and did all thc patrol missions from Hint atoll for a month. Knsnlo and Wolje were nmung the Wands It bomber), mostly hi harassing raids nl nlglii. Ucforc iKlvani-Ing lo Uic ' conibnl iirens, the Coromulos did n varletj of hospital, caruo, trnnsporti, nnd palrol work .In Uic'• Ilawnllan iiren and nl Johnston Island. Some trlljcs In Kihlonln, Africa, line tlii'lr Bleaks nuv, and cut them from llvliiu sows, Good News for Fistula Sufferers WICK liOOK Explains Ciius- CH, Kl'fedN mul T Rend Courier News Wnnt Adi. quickly relieves il sootlira Hie rcsultliiK ncrvo tcn- sloti. Act.s fust bccr.iiso It's llriutd. Uao only us directed. At ah (IrUKKlsts IOC 30c. COc sl«>3. '' SEELHE Anyone MifferliiB from Fistula tcclnl Abscess, Piles or other rrclnl >r colon troubles Is invited lo write oilay for n PRICE copy of it now 122-imgc book lelllni! nbonl lliese illmcnLs and related dlstnibance.s. I'lle McCk-nry Clinic, 13 2122 HI Blvd., Excelsior Springs, Mo. Coil ol publication lo tho tnxpayern n lhls notice In Ihls paper (4 times Is J HOP6SED INITIATED ACT NO. t INITIATED BY PETITION 'A PHOI'OSAL FOB AN INITIATED ACT TO REPEAL Tlll^ I1ORSP. AND DOC 1IACING STATUTES Of AUK- ANSAS. BALLOT TITLE An Act repealing Ael 40 ol thc General Assembly ol Arkansas. ,i|>- provcd February 10. IMS. nnd Aol 119 ol the Genernl Assembly of ArKnii. las approved March C. !!H1. nmcndiiin said Acl 40, provldlnn lor tlie rcuu- Intlon. llccnslnx anil cnnduulini! nl Horse Haclrii! In Ihe Slnlo ol Arkansas. Dealing thc Arkansas ftnclnq Com mlsslor. nnd prcscrlhliiR Its pnu-rrs 'lullcs, Salaries, nnd expense* niui cagalizlns .alvl peinnttHin Auction ^ools nnd Hie I'.iri-Mutucl or Ccrllll- Jale Method of wnKcrhip. on Flmsc Knees nl licensed racliiR mceliniia In Jlls stale and npproprlatlnj; tlie finiOs derived therefrom, nnd repealing Act 3M ol Hie General Assciuhly ol mo State ol Arkansas u-lilch' hccanu- • law on April 4. I03J. provlclliiB lor Wo collection nl n Inx on the hiulntMs V Greyhound Dog Raclru: in (he Slnlc K Arkansas oud reRUlallni; licensing )nd pcrmlUlnB Pnrl-Miilui:! or Cci:" ilcale Method ol vs'nBerliiK on Ihu re- JUlt of such races nt licensed r.iclnu '•Heelings In Ihls slalo no II enacted by Lhc ucoplo ol '*- >tala ol Arkansas: SINCLAIR LLE It's Miss Mildred Jackson speaking, chief stewardess of Chicago and Southern Air Lines. And all Chicago and Souihern planes rely on Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil exclusively because ihis oil saves wear, helps costly airplane motors last longer. Now that ihe motor of your car must last longer, too, give it the same protection against wear. Get Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil from your Sinclair Dealer. It stands up longer and lubricates better because it's both de-waxed \ PktmeZOSS — A S e S f -. UytkeTiUi, Ark. Section. 1. Hint Acl 40 of Iho General AkKcmbly cl Arkansas, npjirovcd F \'|> luarv loth. IMJ, ns amended, rn . llllctl "An Act lo I'rolvdo. HeKUIalo fmil Llccnso Iho Conducllnx of I'horoucli- br«l Morso lliu'lnij Moris In Ihe Klalo of Arkimsca: lo L'vcato Iho Arkannns Hni'lni! Coinnmlson, lo I'rcu'rlbe Us I'ou'cri mul Dulles nnd ID Provide for Hi Salaries unit (expenses; lo I.cRt>iil!ro alli \ pcrinLt Auction I'otila the Paii-Muluel or Ccrllflcalo Mi>ih«t oi Wai;erhiB on Iho Ucsulli ol Rncci al l.tcenseil Itaco McetliiKs In Iho Slnle of Arknnans: to A])pro]>rialc Ihu Fnndi Derived Thcrelrom, lo llcmlcr hinp lillciible all Acll or I'.irli of Acts lu Conflict Therewith nnd lo Provide I'ennllles for Ihu Vlulntion ot This Acl for Other Purposes lIclnlliiK Thereto." bo mid n Is horchv ri'itculcil Section 2. Tlint Act 33U ol Iho On- ernl Assemhly ol Arknnsns, \vhlch he. camo law on tho 4th day ol April 1033. without Ilic approval ol tlie Clov' crnor, cnllllcd "An Acl lo Colled n Tnx on Ihe Huslnc&s ul Clicyhounii Itacliii! In Uic Stale nl Arkansas; to Provlilo lor, Ilvillllalc-. License, and Permit Parl-Mutuol nr Cvrliflvnio M U . Ihod ol Wnuerlii); on Iho Itcsuli' t>| Greyhound Itnces nl Licensed naclnij McctlilKa In This Slnlc; lo Homier InninillenMi) Certain Acts In Cuiilllcl Iherevvllh nnd lo Provldu Pi'iinllK-& lor Ihe violation Thm'ol. nnd for Oilier Purposes Itolallni: 'I'hcrelo." be mu! Ll Is liL-rcby lepcalcd. Uy (Ms, our petition, wo order tint! the forcKoLui; mensure for n Malt-, wide act bo tuibiulElcd to the i-leclori lor npproval or rejection hy the lejinl volets of Iho litnte nt Ihu next re- Kular Bcneral election lo bo licit! on tlio 7th day of November, J94.1 I personally hnvo Hlr.nctl Ihls pell- lion. I am a Icttal voter ol Iho Klale of Arknnsns. My leslduui'e. post office inltlress and vollnK pieelnct or \vnrtl are correctly u'rlllt'ii nllcr my namo which Is lierclinlu sli;n,,l Tlio bnllot Illle of Iho ncl buljiiiiiico to nnd lo be certified by. HID stale Hoard ol Election ComiulKsloncrs thnll be Iho Illlo nbove set out under Ilic liciwllnii "llnllol Tillo." I'ilctl In Iho ollico ol Secretary cl Klnle on July I, 1944. Wlluesfl my limit! nnd eeal ol of on lllls the llllh tiny or August, 1944 C. G. MALI, Secretory of Slalo. Cost of publication to tlio taxpayers of thl.-i iiotico In Ilils paper (4 llmru is ?35.00). PHOPOSEO CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMEHT NO. 31 INITIATED DY PETITION POPULAd NAME OF AMENDMENT COUNTY LlHriAny TAX AMEND. ME NT DALLOT TITLE A PI1OPOSIJ1) CONT1TUT10NAI AMENUMENT TO AUTHOI W, • COUNTIES 'I'O LEVY AND COI.l.t-ei UPON A MAJORITY VO'I'H AT A (iKN KIIAL COUNTY ELECTION. A TAX ON HEAL AN!) Pi:ilSONAL PIIO ItTY. EXCEPTING REAL AN!) PKltKONAL PROPKIirV ALIiKADY }',(£JP I-'OII MAINTENANCE OK A CITY LIURAHY UNDHIt THE PI10V1 ilONS OR. AnlKNIIKlKNT No SO OK NOT EXC'KEDING TWO MlU»s' t)N 'HIE DDI.l.AIt Oh- THE ASSESSED VAI.UK THKREOI.' TOR THE PU H POSE OK MAINTAINING A PU1II.IC COUNTY LlmiAHY oil A COI1NTI UDIIAHY SERVICE OH SYSTEM AMENDMENT JIB IT ENACTED HY THE 1'EOPI.F Of THE STATE OF ARKANSAS T |A'l THE FOLLOWING ME ADOPTED AS *" ""• "I' TO ITS CONST! . my wil 01IQANI/.ATION A3 A PREnEQUI- 1TB TO OR CONDITION OF KMI>- .OYMKNT." (Ahovo ballol title nn- irowil by Iho Allorncy General ol Aikoniaj Kovcinbcr S. 1943). AMENDMENT He ll cnacled uy the pcopl« ol Ihe Store ol 'Arkansas; That Iho followlim slinll bo un amend- lent lo Iho Constitution: "Section 1. No person ehall bo denied niployincnt because of incmberEhln In r nflillnllon with or resolution from n labor union, nr because ol refusal - Join or rittillnte with n Inhor iinlun: r ihall nny corporation or Intllvl- al or association,of any kind enter 0 any contract, ivrlllcn or oinl. to t'ltiiw Irom ['iiiployincnl incniberi ol labor union or persons who rcfuso to n ll labor union, or bucnusc ol re- nation from n Inbor union; nor shall 1 pi'ison aualnsl his will bo com -...-I to pay dues to nny Inbor orilanl- jllon ns n luercnuiiiiio lo or condllion ' employment. "Section 2. TI,« cumml Assemhlj ml! Hnvo ixnvcr lo culorco this nvllcio i iwrourlalo Icnlslnllon." ul by tills, our p<>llllon. ortler thai o naino bs subnillteii to Iho people ol taltl Ktalo ft. Ilic end Ihnl tho Enine ic mloiUKl, cuncled or rcjcctpd by Iho vole of the IcKnl voters ot snld Slnlc MI ">*?}'" ewu-rnl I'lcctlon to tic cltl In said Klnlt) on Iho 7tli dny ol ovoinbcr. 1014, nnd each ol us lor Imself sayi: 1 have personally sinned .Is pellllon; I „„, n lenal voter ol Iho Male ol Arkansas, nnil my resilience, tiodt olflco nililrcss nnd vollni; ireclnct nro correctly \vrlllcn oflci n i "inn" .' 11) ' I""" 1 " l " 1 lcal Ol o"l« this Will tiny of Auinist, ID44 C, O. IIAI.L. .Secrclary of Slnlo. Sib? ° i: .)'"' l " c '" 1 ° 11 'o »>« inxpayers ol "il.Su). ' '' "' 1l "' r l< "'"" ls PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT riUMDEIl 30 INITIATED OY PETITION AN AMENDMENT TO THE CON- l '™' riuH CltEATINfi A STAIIII.IZED rn tv,!?.J? I :',!M 1 , 1 '-'OMM'SSION VES- .LD Will! 'IT11-; I'tlWE.II TO Ell-'. OUI.ATU THE 1'itOTECTION. IMtO- I'AfMTION AND K1.\|N« OK OI'I'H m.mH, NS ,,°. N OAUK ANI) * nsl1 AND Ol'Ilfcll WILDLIKE, SAID COMMISSION CUM POSH!) OK 15ICIIIT MI'M. GSi!?,./K'-S'Nmn »V. .TI'B cov SECTION I. Whenever 100 or morC .•« paylni; cleclora nl any counly thai l"o n pclllion In tho County Couri nsimi)! ihnt an iinnunl lax nn run nnil personal properly he levied f a lit! purpose of inalnlnlnlnii a public llhrnry or n county library service or system null elmll scpuclly a rale o taxation not exceeding two mills oi me dollar, Iho qucsllnn ns lo whollio Kaltl lax ehall bo Icvk-tl shall bo suh inllleil lo Iho qnnllflcd elcclors ol tucl couiiiy nt n general counly clcclion iT'lr'ty "^vSX?^^ lc "' which ' will ho suhmltlcd to th I'l" !? r t lit i ballot sliijll bo,. In iub iiamiaiiy tdb lollou'liiti form: lu " » mill lax on real am personal properly lo ho used lo maintenance of a public coun ty lihrarj- or counly library icrvld or fly.slem. i T ........ ami persoiiol properly to l)o usei jor malnlcnanco ol a inibllo conn SECTION ?" Tlio election coiinni, sloicrs shall cerllly to the Cou ly n±?.. ";.°.,.«'"!' .?' «»'» vote. Th* o(,h olllor ?,LlTi fT 1 * are lcvlcij "i' 1 collected ^'''""•'""vover. that .uch t.x Vhal not bo levied osolnil sny real ers '-''"•nry Board luncllon SEcrmiJ 1 ?' ,"J, inlIar "''. SECTION 3. Whenever 100 or mon " P«>-"B electors ol a,,y county hSv '" 8 ".'"'"ry lax In foreo ion at which II will l lo ,„(,. :.ho voters. Tbe bnllot thai th . , our petition, we ord the same bo submitted lo 'Ic of said Slate to Iho end ina iay be adopted, enacted, or rclccl >y Ihe vole of the legal voters Stale at Iho regular Ecnera ?E^°"'?. b f,. l ;!i 1 ?.."'.»W.Stai eE oSTh a " 10", «nd I each --. —., u . ..U.L-UI^L-I, iu*4, and , 01 us for himself, or herself says- I have personally signed thli irelltion- 1 am a legal voter ol tlio Slato ol fiS° n . S M ' "'"> "? r « ld <™<:. Post of fice address, nnd voting precinct 11 correc ly wrlu cn nficr my name- tiled In Ihe office ol Secrelary , Slale on July c. 1344. * this 10th day o f AURUSI, "iau"' °" k C. G. HALL, Sccrelary ol Slate. Cost 0} publlMllon to tlie fnxinvei of I1,U n«(i^ ,„ i hls papcr ,1 yJJ^j PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 35 INITIATED BY PETITION DALLOT TITLE "AN AMENDMENT TOT "•"""' PROHIBITING - m.FL'SAI. OF EMPLOYMENT TO ANY PKiiEON BECAUSE OF MEM rooNA AND PKOH1UITING THE COMPELS NO OF ANY PERSON AGAINST HIS WILL TO PAV DUES TO ANY LABOB lu UK APPOINTED EACH YKAlV A ^?,,,"!,V' N « TUB COMMISSION AUTiloniTY TIJ fix .SALARIES. •^JI'I'OY PEIISONNEI. AND PEN!) MONEY UNDE11 A HUDCiET UY AC"r op 'rnr i 1.1 1^1 A TUBE: ALSO T AT CONTI ACTS AND AfillEEMENTS NOW IN EKKFC-l S. ! iS A -.''k.i! lKMAIN IN TOUCH UNTIL Till! DATE OK TI1EII1 EXP1HATJON' ALSO PltOVIDINCl THAT' 'rillS AMENUMENT SHALL NOT IIB|'|"A/ ""'EH Oil MODIFY THIS Plmvi: ;•,--•: OK ANY EXISTINCi KPEC'IAL I-AWS UNDEII WHICH A COUNTY <;AMI-; COMMISSION HAS IJKI-'N ™S*ffi NUA ^ > K I ?' N - q -- TIIAT AMENDMENT lie II cnnclcd by thu ocoplo ol the Slnto nl Arkmifinsj Tlml the tollowlni; shall be on timcml mcut lo Ihu Conalllutlon: Section 1. The control, innnnKcincnt mlni-rillon. conservation nnil rcKiilnlloi nl blrilj, fish, name ami wildlife re sources ol Iho Slnlo, Including hnlcjier Ics, inncUinrlci, rcrujjcs, rcacrvallon! nnil nil properly now owned, or liscc lor inlil imrium>> nud thc ncnulsllloi and t-slnbllshmcnl ol snmo, (ho nd lululslrnllou ol the. Inwn now mul/oi licronller pcrlnlnlim Ilierclo. chnll be vested tu n Commission lo bo lulowr nr. Ilio Arkansas Slnlc ttamo nnil Klsl Commission, lo consist ol Elnhl mem licrs. Seven 61 wlioin slmll he acllvt nnil oao nn associate member u'ht shall he llto Menu ol Iho Dcparlincn ol Zoology nl Iho University ol Arknn sas, without vollni; power. Section 2. Commissioners shall linv knowledge ol nnd Interest In wlklllf coiiscrynllon. All »i,nll |, 0 nnpolnlci bV Ilio-Governor'; Tho llrat inomberrt ol the Commission slinll l;o iinpolnlec by Ilio Ciovcrnor lor terms ns lolloiva Oao lor ono yenr, ono for two years oao (or tlireo ycari, ono lor loin years, one (or five years, ono (01 six years, ono lor seven ycnra, l;/,c| Congressional District must b< icp rcsenlcd on Ihe Commission ' Scellon 3 Upon [ho expiration ol Ilio forocolns ferms of Ilio nnld (oni in I ss Ion. n successor ilinl] bo nppolnlci hy Ilio Governor lor n term of Sever yen™, which term ol Seven years thai "icrenflcr lio for each member ol Ilii Commission. No Commissioner car serve more limn ono t«rm im! nont can succeed hlmscll. Scellon 4. Each Commissioner .11.1! Ln j !° ™l'" lp r.oalli o( nftliM provided In Iho Conslilullon nnd itrv wllriout compensation olher than jiclui expenses while avs'oy from nomo ei KS£,.3 1 £ cly °" *• *•* ° ( <" «S V^C^r'nT £& f trie sain, causes as Apply 1 0 r |), Con, llullonal Ollleers. niter . ncarlnj; wlllch may he reviewed by Iho Ch .. riglit o( appeal thcrelrom lo tlio Su prcme Court, suet) review nnd oppcn to be without presumption In lav of nny finding by th. Governor , the Irln] court. Section 0. Vncar.clcj on Ihe Com <l,i, S |l h Hn? i l ° r « i « n »"on or den! shall bo filled by nppolntrncnt oj llu lioycrnor lor tlie uncxplrcd term wllhh Thirty dnyj Irom dnle ol such vacancy; upon failure ol tho Gov.rnor lo fll Urn vacancy within Thirty dny« Ihe remaining Commissioners .half moke tho appointment (or tho unoxplr lorm. A Ctmlrman shall be elect. annually Irom tho seven members Uic Commission lo serve one year Section I TOO Commission shall c'le an Executive Secretary, whose sala., sliall not exceed lhat ol [Imitations placed on other coriitllulionnl depart inents; nnd other executive otllcers supervisor, personnel, office assistants wardens, gamo rotate keepers, am Imlchory employee], whoso salaries nndI expenditures must lie submitted lo the leslslaturo and approved by nn Act covering spcclflo Items In Iho °Icnnlal appropriation as covered by ?mit!on. XVI - SccllOD * <* "» Co °- Scellon B. No person shall be em- iloycd tiy tho Commission who slinll jo related lo nny ol Ihe Commissioners or nny oilier Stntq Olflcers ivllhln Ilio Third dcurco of relationship by blood or marrlago. All employed personnel may mako arrests (or violation of the game and fish laws. Tho fees, monies, or funds arlslnfi from nil sources by the operation nnd transaction ol tho s.itd Commission nnd (rom the application and administration ol tho laws nnd regulations '"lu?!. s lo blrds ' 6nm6 - tijh nml wildlife resources ol tho Stato nnd me sale ol properly used (or said purposes shall be expended by the Commission (or Iho control, management, restoration, conservation and r ^t'M,^' on5 °' lrl ° birds, fish nnd wildlife resources ol Uio State. Including thc purchases or oilier ncqulsl- lions ol properly (or said purposes and (or the administration ol the laws pertaining thereto and (or no oilier purposes. All monies sliall be deposited In the Game Protection Fund with the Stato Treasurer nnd such monies as ore necessary Including an emergency fund shall be appropriated by thc Legislature at each legislative session (or the use ol tlie Game nnd Hsn Commission as hereto set (orth No monies other than those credited to Ihe Gamo Prelection Kund can be appropriated. All money lo the credit ol or that should he credited to Iho present C.amo Protection Fund shall be credited to tbo new Game Protection Fund and any appropriation made by the Legislature out of Iho Game Protection Fund shall bo construed lo be for the use of the new Commission and oul ol the new Game Protection fund. The books, accounts and financial affairs of Ihe Commission shall be audited by tho Stato Comptroller us that dcparlmcnl dccmi necessary, but at least once a year. Resident hunting and fishing license, each, shall be One and 50/100 Dollars annually, and shall not , exceed this amount unless a lusher license fee Is authorized by on Act ol Legislature. The Commission shall have the exclusive po;vcr and authority to Iuu4 iccnscs and pcrmlui f ^to regulaja > bu| f " .mils end Iho manner ot taking ftm* nd iisli nnd turbearlne anlmalf, «JKJ hall hnvo the authority to dlvldt UM •lalo Into /ones, and regulal* icaioni mi manner ot taking game, mid (l«h >nd lur bearing animals therein «nd lx penalties lor violations No nil*I'" r regulations, shall opnly to'lcs» than' i coiuplclo zone, except temporanl/ n caso ol extreme emergency, f-ld Commission iholl h»v«* tt§ ' i - ' -- -"•"-« wt vAcitiwu in ho some manner as now or here-" iflcr provided lor Iho exercise ot eminent domain by. Iho state -Hijh- '- Vtf Commission. All laws now In I'ltcct sliall conllnuo In force until clianncd Itv tho Commission. 'All con- rncls nnd agreements now tn effect" M'^SfM. 10 ™ ""•«••*•••« This nrucndmenl iehall not rentil alter or modify the provision! of'' any cxlslllnu special mm under th« ' mni of which u Counly Uam« Com" nlaslon lin» been crcnled: Tho Commission shall bo empowereol '• n °!?Vi SUC J' ! non , lc " n> "".ncVcssary- P n intilcli federal ijranla undtr : Ihe i lllinan-Uoberlson or similar nets (or "o propagation, convscrvatlon >nd r«- noralioii of came nnd fish Ily this our' ncllUon , Uo order lh«t he snn.e bo .-ubinlllctl !» Ihe olectori or nynrovnl iir rejection by the lr«al lo'°" on lo b ° • l ' cld OT NoverrSw'l., I havo .personally signed IhliiD*-. Illloii ,ain n lci;al voter ol Uio Slol» «l ArliiiiiiaB, and my residence, poit, nro •c" lml" r i: " . VO "" B '' f rec "" ct I'ltcd In Iho ollico ol KccrctaiT d ilnlo on thc Otho day ol July, lOti, ' Ullncss my hand ond jeal 61 office m this Iho 10 ,l ay O f August. 1B44. C. G. HAI U Sccrelnry p| state". ;f" s ,li 01 V." 1 '"^" 0 ! 1 lo "i« taxpnycr» Jf Ilils nollco In Ihli paper (4 tlrne«) ul 512,30). " " PnOPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL ' AMENDMENT NUMBER a? 'AN KSKllNV ™ Tl i',r CON. •^T,'iW M *ll 1 ffi 0tt . 1 5 1 »o«BB^ AMENDMENT -nth .Scellon 1. "Any cltl;cn ol Ark'on- if'"' 1 ' 11 ", •wvliin in tho onnod foreei. v10 , "y lhls our ticllllon, V.Q order lh«l «io hmwolnii be submllled to th" clccloiT. of the Slato of Arkansas tor npjiroval or rejection by ho J.r vm ol Iho Klalo nl tho rcguTar SiXfi'S, 1 " 14 1 " 01tl> <**' BALLOT TITLE '-' ors. il A r.'' ru| m sn ,' lor nn Amendment' 10 Hie i Constitution aulliorlzliig c it| zcn , „,, Arkmm,, while Ecrvlng in the Armod POI-CCB ol Iha United Stales, to vo™ OTli n 'tax. ' <Vllhoul hailnl "** I In !!r 5n0 "?" y i' 1:lvc , s ' B " <;l1 " ll5 Petition. 1 am n lc>;nl yolcr of Uio SUto oi Arkansas, My resldencu, post offlcsi nnd voting precinct or ward " ,i JJSf" ili Wlli <Jn otllc* " ™ , <Jny of AiiRusI, 104*. C. G. HALL. Secretary ol Slale. Coot of nm)llea'llo|r"to~iho taxp'ay'eri" 515 00) "'•" Papcr <« """•) «• PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL I AMENDMENT NUMBER II I INITIATED DY PETITION "AN AMENUMKNt TO THE CON. ST1TUTION . MAKING 'TUB TERM OF aoVUIOII AND MEUTENANT COV. Foun VEAHS. AMENDMENT Ocjlnnlng wllli Iho general election : ? , 'If 1 ! 1 ? 1S4 ?' tho Koverndr o« the slato shall bo elected for • ticnh cJ our years, nnd shall be Ineligible'' lo succeed himself, 'rhe lieu in.nt Covernor shall ho elected at Ih. 'iarni'" Umo lor a llko term, n f or an . • reason tlie governor doei not nrve out his term. Iho lieutenant govern*?' ' shall bo Inellfiihle lo, succeed to the olflco ol Kovcrnor by election.' DALLOT TITLE •.•••-. ..'.'.t Tlie ballol lltlo to tho amendment o be submlllcd to, and to be cert? (led by, Iho Stale Board. oj Eleetloi , Commissioners is: A Proposed Amendment to the'Con--M slltulloii providing for Four year Termi (or Iho ofllccs of Governor and Lieutenant Governor and providing Uia Coy, . eriior shall bo IncllKlhle to succeed . himself, and under certain clrcuru- . Blanccs the Llculcnant Governor Ehall uo Ineligible lo succeed the office ol Governor by Election. I personally have signed this peH- "on. I nm a legal voter ol Iho State o( Arkansas. My residence,' post office address nnd voting precinct ' or' ward arc correctly ivrilten alter my namo. which Is hereunto signed. Filed In the odlcc o( Secretarr •! ' Stale on July 6. IOM. , W .li nc! !J my hBnd »nd seal ot ollic*"" on this Ihe I0th day of August. UM. C. G. HALL, -.'': ' Secretary o( State. "• MIDDI.EUORO, Mai. (UP) -' ' ' Wriync S. Tliomns, 14, or. Mirtdle-. Mro, riled of frlijhi in the clenllst's Huiir white walling for a loolti lo oc extracted. .•-'• I Have Opened - - . NEW OFFICES I.oe.itca In The First'?; National' Bank Building > 104 S. Second New.Phone, 2641.. H, C, Campbell Exclusive' Real Estate Dealer' . ... • KII19 ••• i. JOHNSON::.GRASS^: Sept. and Oct. are cortsidertcl bcst months for ' -. , E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. BlythevlhVAik.- ^C'-'V

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