TArttJ »»urt«r Legislative Call Has Varied Items LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Go?.' Winthrop Rockefeller's call for the second special legislative, session that began t«day includes several tax proposals, most of which had besn. discussed previously. The governor did not say how large a tax increase he might propose. Here are t he items in the | call: | 1. To pay the expenses of the Genera! Assembly. orial Stadium operation. 11. To provide for the' delivery of unclaimed and abandoned property to the state.' 12. To tax the transfer of real property. 13. To make a supplemental appropriation for operating expenses of Arkansas Revenue Department, Real Property Tax Program. 14. To provide for additional taxes on cigarettes. 15. To provide for taxes on 2. To provide for submission c j gars and other tobacco prod- of proposals of a constitutional j uc t s . 16. To provide for the on- 18. To provide that the terms bation er under suspension of i ment to _be used in paying the convention. 3. To amend the Revenue St^biliiation law to provide financial assistance to those funds an'd accounts which derive their support from the general revenue of the State. 4. . To. amend, the Revenue Stabilization law, to provide financial assistance from the State Budget Revolving Fund and other sources. 5. To permit amendment of Act 50 of the first special Session of the 1966 General. Assembly. 6! To make an appropriation for personal services and operating expenses of the Department of Correction for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1969. 7. To make an appropriation for' improvements for the De^ parlment of Correction, and to provide funding for the appropriation. 8. To amend Act 404 of 1955 to remove provisions which -prohibit industrial development corporations from using boh rowed, funds for the purchase of equipment; ,or: other. personal property >used in manufacturing or processing; to raise the maximum interest rate from six to eight p recent and toraise the loan limit from 75 per cent to 80 per. cent. 9. To : authorize, the. State Board .of Finance to purchase obligations of development f- obligatibns of development finance corporations. 10. To authorize removal of ; restrictions' concerning ; use . of income derived from War Mem' premises sale and consumption of alcbhlic beverages in htels, restaurants, and in designated tourist and convention areas and in private clubs after a local option election approving same; and to provide fees and taxes thereon. . * * * 17. To abolish Class 6 permits; to prohibit the sale »f mixed drinks in commercial establishments or public or private clubs, including country clubs i and to prohibit on-premise con- sumptin; to prohibit bringing alcoholic beverages in any bottle or container, broken or unbroken, into any commercial establishment or public or private club in the state, and to make an appropiration for the Alcoholic Beverage • Control Board for 50 or more additional enforcement officers and maintenance and operation funds for their support. of school board directors shall expire on the 10th day after the 'certification of the results of the annual school election. .19. To provide for maintenance and- repair .of Irnpfpyements made by -municipal improvement districts. 20. To provide procedure for presentencing investigation. 21. To define the duties of the court arid jury upon rendition of verdicts in criminal cases. 22. To provide procedure for supervision by the Department of Correction of persons on pro- Smog Reduced LOS:ANGELES: ; .(AP) -'A smog 'expert sayi''- factory-installed automobile |xhaust controls have already "reduced air pollution'in Los An&eles. "A hew car used; ,to. emit about-..1% pounds pfihydrocar- bdns a day," A.W. Vienna said Thursday. "Now a new car: emits only about half a pound a , Vienna is chairman.of.the Los Angeles Chamber' of'. Commerce's clean air committee. entence, and a procedure for evocation of probation or sus- ension. ' <• 23. To authorize Boards of Prustees of Teacher Retirement ystem, State Employees Re- irement System,' State 'Police Mire'ment System, State Peni- entiary Retirement System, to urchase common stocks of cor- orations. , • 24. To.make an appropriation NOTICE APPLICATION FOR: WINE PERMIT IN RESTAURANT AND CAFE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas .for. .a permit to sell and serve with food wine manufactured in Arkansas, on the premise described as: American Legion Post 438, 1101 S. Elm Street, Blytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states te he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell intoxicating beverages by the undersigned has been re voked within five years last past;; and that the undersigned has neVer been convicted of violating the laws of this State, or any'other State, relative to the 'sale'of alcoholic liquors. Application is 'for permit to be issued for operation beginninj on'the 1st day of-July, 1968, am to: expire on ;the 30th day; o June, 1969. : • • DAVID SUMERALL ,'- • Applicant • "Subscribed and sworn to be- ifpre -me this-9th 'day ^of May .1968/. , .SEAL - ", •-.,.'• .CHARLES.: A', "HINDMAN '"•" , Notary Public .My ^Commission Expires: ;Dec. 14, 1969. 5-13, 20 A Health Report From <rovei IMPORTANT NEWS FOR DIABETICS It to possible to thoroughly uteri] Ire an buulln •fringe and its needles so there IB no danger of in Infection. But, you must be carefully accurate and M the hypodermic needles are te-uaed they can become dull, causing pain. Disposable equipment Is now perfected and If you cm afford the additional cost, you can protect yourself against Infection, while saving much time, and eliminate needle pain. Disposable needles alone now cost less than 52.00 per month. The disposable insulin syringes and the needle combinations coat less than $6.00 per month. We will be glad to show them to you. YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when yon need a medicine. Pick up your prescription if shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound and dispense yours? Plaza WALGREEN AGENCY Drugs PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Ph. PO 34507 Blythevlll* wj<no 2:00 THE PLANET EARTH The Shape of the Earth.- 12:30 ALL ABOARD He Lives On An Island An Jumps Quite A Lot. 13:00 JOURNEY Wings to Europe. ' 3:30 THE FRENCH CHEF Turban of Sole: A delicat fish mousse baked in a' rin of filets of sole —'an intrig uing mixture of textures an flavors. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW The History of Coins. Roge Andersen relates the unusua and interesting history o coins. 4:30 NET JOURNAL To Be Announced. 5:30 EXPLORING THE UNI VERSE Is There A Scientific Meth od? 6:00 SPOTLIGHT ON OPERA Mozart, II. Performance an discussion of great music o the ages. 6:30 MISTEROGERS' NEIGH BORHOOD Lady Elaine Fairchilde is i charge of decorations for th Peach Party that King Frida is going to give. 7:00 ALL ABOARD He Lives On An Island An Jumps Quite A Lot. 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS Wings to Europe. 8:00 TOPIC: MEMPHIS Cm SCHOOLS The New Library: Use of 1 braries as materials centers Graduation: What student plan to do after complctin high school education. 8:30 N.E.T. SYMPHONIES The Cleveland Symphony wl perform. ATTENTION WHEAT FARMERS Army Worms Will Damage Wheat- Heads This Coming Week! Spray Before Damage Is Done. Call .... JOHN BRIGHT FLYING SERVICE FOR AIRPLANE SPRAYING PH. S64-2475 salaries, * maintenance and expenses of units of the Arkansas National Guard when called into active service of the state by the governor. 25, To define who qualifies as a dependent for tax credit purposes under Arkansas income tax law. 26. To provide for the renovation and use of the . present Health Department Building by or the State Military Depart- other state agencies. News Briefs CAIRO (AP) - Hie Soviet Union pledged to supply Egypt with equipment for construction of an iron and steel complex under an agreement signed here ;Wednesday. The new project is'rated as the second biggest in Egypt, after the Aswan High Dam, which also was financed by Moscow. SOUTH CHARLESTON; w. Va. (AP) — Taxi driver Dbn- nie Beckett saw a IS-month-old baby crawling down the median strip of heavily traveled U.S. 60. He pulled his cab across the highway, blocked rush-hour trttfle urf ruihtd tht ehfld to the sidewalk. After knocking on several doors lie returned the baby to the mother, < ' BALTIMORE, Md. (AP),- A young people's movement is being started here to have the voting age in Maryland lowered to 19. The leader, Larry Young, hopes to unite youth groups and young veterans returning from Vietnam. CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. (AP) - Sgt. 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