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To City Subscribers: If you fail fe gef yeur Ufar pledse telephone ?*3431 by 6:30 p, m. ahd a §pig{a! will ctelivep your Hope •JL ArfffHc c/M<5 &o#iff Knife For Wtathir Rtparit a! Bettdm ef Thfs Paga V«3 6 ' ^4 <$ MTH YEAR; VOL. 60- NO. 12 May Probe State Labor Unions Sees No Chance Baptist School Can Be Closed LtTTLfc RpCK (AP)—An edit* caloi- told 266 students attending the first assembly at a new Sap-. *. -, „ , . tisl high school today that the prV McClcllan declined lo say when LfWLrB &OSR (AP) The Senate Kackets Committee may soon JaiiHch A probe of ohe or tw« labor unions in Arkansas, This was disclosed Satin-day by Ihe chairman of the committee, Sen. John L. McCleilah (D-Ark 1 , who said the investigating group had received seVernl complaints about certain ufiiort locals in Arkansas, the Arkansas investigation might begin the probe or name the unions which might be investigau ed. The settlor senator made the vale venture was not an export menl but an advenutrc in learning. Dr. Ralph Phelps, president of Ouachita . Baptist College which Sponsors the high school, said ^choo?» lhe ° co ^ Cw ^ c *° s * ""'« ansas Weed Products"Assn:¥e"i's n ,'• , «• u c. , , scheduled to leave Arkansas for Baptist High School was set Up Washington Nov. 5 to resume his to handle part of the oveiflow of committee duties. studenls idled when Gov. Orvnl E. Faubus shut Little Rock's folir high schools last month to avoid integration. Phclps lold the studenls the new school is hot "an enlerprise lo defy any court decision .but we arc simply trying to provide a first •rate school until such lime as tho public high schools arc open under reasonably normal conditions." He announced an athletic program for the school, employment of a coach and plans lo start a (basketball team immediately, Classes, to be held in educational buildings of two Little Rock Baptisl churches, will begin lomor- row. Meanwhile, more than 250 juniors appeared at Ihc Lillle Kock ^•Privale School Corp.'s high school lor orientation. Classes for them also will start tomorrow. About 250 seniors already arc studying at the Private School Corp, institution. Court Hands Down Picketing Case Opinion LITTLE ROCK (AP>— The Arkansas Supreme Court today handed down a formal opinion in a case in which it previously had decided that a legislator-attorney could not delay a court .hearing because of the present legislative status. State Sen. Guy H. Jones of Con. way sought to delay further pro- codings in a cas involving pijk- ting of the Arkansas Children!.? Colony under construction at Con- Nov. 3 with the start of classes Continued on Page Three Jones, who represents the con- ti actor, contended that since the The corporation school expects .Legislature did not formally ad- to get its program in full swing | journ, but rather recessed, after >r_.. „ ........ „_ . _.-... jts specla] anti-integration session in August, it was technically still in session. State law says attorneys who arc members o( the Legislature are ecuscd from courtroom appearances during legislative sessions. A Supreme Court majority rc- Weather Experiment Station report for 24-hours ending al 7 a. m. Monday, High 60, Low 41; No precipita- H6r% ARKANSAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1938 A*. Nel tht Atiatlale d Pxti Caid Cifel. t, «s Audit tiutttu at eim.t«H*R» J;pl, 18, 1»SI *u j,463 Bulletin POSSIBLE SUCCESSOR — Armenia's Gregory Pete Cardinal Agnglartlan, left, and New York's Francis Cardinal Spellman leave a meeting In Vatican City that was held to make preparations for the Conclave of Csrdinala. Cardinal Agagianlan is one of throe possible successors to the Prpacy upon which speculation has centered on eve of the conclave. — NEA Telephoto F" jcclcd Ihis contention in an opinion written by Associate Justice tion; Total 1958 precipitation j George Bosc Smith, The justice through September, 46.17 inches; (said that if a delay were allowed during the same period a year ago, under, the circumstances * there 53.30 inches, would be "no limit" to postponements which might be obtained. Extended Forecast for the Period Oct. 27 to Nov. 1. Arkansas: Temperatures 2 to 5 degrees below nomal. The nomal minima 42 to 52, Nomal maxima (io to 75. No impotaht changes, Precipitation moderate in showers about mid-week. ARK REGIONAL' FORECAST . By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Central Arkansas: Clear to partly cloudy this afternoon, tonight and Tuesday with little change in '0 t«m,peratimo; serfteirefJ ii'ght Jrost tonight. High this afternoon low 60s, low tonight near 40, Northeast nnd northwest Arkansas: Clear lo partly • cloudy this afternoon, lonigKt and Tuesday with scattered frost tonight. High this afternoon mid to high 50s, low tonight mid to high 30s, Southeast and southwest Arkan* ?as: Cigar to partly cloudy this afternoon, tonight and Tuesday ð with little change in temperature, *-} High this afternoon low to mid CDs, low tonight low lo mid 40s, Ciiief Justice Carjeton Harris was the lone dissenter. He'-agreed with Jones that the Legislature .still was in session and would neve granted the requested delay. The Supreme Court ruled on-: I he matter a sveek ago without iivinsf reasons. Today both majority pud dissenting opinions were filed, ARKANSAS; Partly cloudy to cloudy through Tuesday, No inv ji o r I a n t temperature changes, Lowest 34-40 north 'and 40-40 south portion t o n i g h I,' Highest 55-B5 Tuesday, L 0 U I S.I A N A; Q cloudiness through Tuesday with scattered light rain extreme south portion, Not inuch change in lenv per a lures, THE WEATHER gY THE. AS§OC|ATEp RRgS§ fjjgh Low Pf Albany, rain 44 40 ,_?' Albuquerque, clear QO 3§ Atlontg, lear 02 45 J3ismnrek, clear 49 34 Boston, cloudy 5.2 48 1,5$ Buffalo, rain 49 42 ,04 Chicago, cloudy 53. <)7 ,Q1 Cleveland, rah; 53 43 ,03 Denver, ploudy 57 gj T>es Moines, rail) 5,0 44, ,}p IJctrojl, rain 53 43 T Fort Worth, cloudy 59 48 Helena, pleav-, 53, gl Indianapolis, rain 51' 4JJ .63 Kansas City, cloudy 56 33 Los Angeles, deaf 72. - §7 Loujsvlllp, eloudy 5} 44 MepiphiSi cleay 67 ?9 ' Miami, clear |g gg Milwaukee, cloudy 52 '$ Mpls.-St, Paul, clear 5Q 3$ .Q2, jsfew Orjeans, cloudy 7g ($ JJow York, sloujly <j§ |j ffl .Qkjahbm.a fl\y } clpycjy s$ > fa Omaha, cloudy ' 52 \\ • Philadelphia, - cj.audy " 46 jvj Phoenix, cloudy . £;, |§ Pittsburgh, cloudy 49 3,9 JlartJaiid, Me., rtfv, , 4a~" 38 1.21 J'prtland, Ore,, -' "• -- *** Pity, " . .. .,.'. yiQinJy •St. li$m t ptaij,d.y M\ r -'--•-"-- - Banfe Goes Around World in 50 Days NEW YORK (AP) — Around the world-jn-50 days, a one-man shov starring pilot Charles F, Banfe Jr in his stocking feet aboard a sin glc-cnginc plane,' has closed al'U an extended run. Banfo, 39.yoar-old ilier fron Palo AHo, Calif., touched down a .Idlewjld Airport Sunday/in his low- winged Mooncy single.sealer lo ooinplolc in 50 days a 22,000-mile globe-circling flight lie hac planned to accomplish jn eight days. "Boy, am I glad to be back," said Banfe ps he clin-jbed wearily from the orange and black eraft into a chilling rain. "I thought I'd never sec this airport a5ain v " Banfe began hig aj-ound-the- world flight from Idlewijd Sept, o'.' He said he flew at sltUudes from .350 lo 12,500 feet and sal at Ihe controls in his slocking feel cause it gave htm a "more tive feel," Bnnfe's ambitious plan received a setback pn the first leg — a planned nonstop hop frorr} New York to Rome, 4,31§ miles away, A bsjky fuel pump forced him t" erash.land on t,he Mediterranean island of Corsica, 250 miles short of -his £oal, ' Bad weather and MYSTERY — Doctors William Oglesby, Joe Dixon, and Robert Lank', left to right, put a cast on a broken hind leg of Mike III, the Bengal tiger mascot of fifth-ranked Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. How Mike broke his leg is a mystery. The veterinarians put him in a narrow cage to keep him from moving around. Mike will not be on hand for undefeated LSU's homecoming game against Florida, the first homecoming game In history Mike has not attended. — NEA Telephoto Beginner Luck difficuUies njaguod him the vest of the way, and Jip had IP m^ke 59 forced landings J4 tipios. Various (roubles sdded 12 unsehed»ilcd. Pities to hl$ itinerary panfe, married and the father of four, is on 3 vaealJon .Jrom Pan World Airways, lie flies the Mrs, P®ytQn f 81 f at HgrHgme 81, lengtirne^ Peyton, aged died sons, j, Rpra Ann -KinSi 12-year-old daughter pf Mr, and Mrs. Frank King, 93?' E, pivislPii St., went fisfiny with her iilPther's splnniPQ'f'pd and reel in Quntsr's pond Saturday *and gpt jiersejf-an enormous pjeee ef beginner's luck. She hpoked, • <landpd t anc| brought hpme an 9¥i'p<n>nd bass measuring §4 inches. Her unele, Homsr geyerloyj pho-r tographecl th? patch; and pavY IVIr. Ba§s is in the deep-free?e > awaiting mounting by a dermisf. National Jnsoms R§gain§ ©rpynd WASHINGTON "<4P) -=- Jot-gin. 3lt'tt iigurcs for the year's thua Series of Auto Wrecks Leaves One Badly Hurt A series of accidents over the weekend loft one .person critically injured and a burglary on Oct. 10 was cleared up with tho arrest of Six Negro youths, City Police said today, About !0;'30 (Saturday night an auto driven by Irrna Gene 'While, 17, Negro of 'Mineral Springs fit. 1 lost control of his auto near Municipal Airport at the Highway 32 junction and iiipped the vehicle, He suffered a severe concussion and was rushed'to the of Arkansas i hospital by an Oakcrest ambulance, llis condition w,\s considered critical Slate Police- nian Guy Downing said that two others riding with While were not seriously hurt. Chief of Police Jack Brown lias 'been, notified that s>jx Nc-gio youths ages JS to 17, had admitted to Hot Springs police lo breaking into B&$ Grocery here the night of Oct. 10 and stealing $138 in cash and some cigarettes, Chief Brown said the group had come to Hope trom Hot Springs to attend a toot- ball game. Npar Idabcl, Oklahoma Satuiday irflernopji an auto driven by Oliver Mills of H°po and a Clerks Lumber Co. truck collided, Mrs. i-Yod Mills of Ashdown ndmg with, the Jfope couple suftered a broken knee. Oliver and Mrs. Mills were n.ot seriously injured. r ,Aboui 10 p.m. 1 Sunday night an auto 4nver\ by SV, 0. Gwynn ran into 3 parked truck on Stmth Elm Street with considerable dauiagc icsulting. Officers liowc and Shu-ley investigated. At JSlm and Wej=l Third Streets autos clrlvgu by Jauit-s WASHINGTON (API—The Supreme Court today ordefed it tow* ir court review of. Ihe award of TV channel !l at Orlando, Fla, U WHS Die third such hiah court ae» lion based on alleged impropriety If the conduct of Federal Communications Commission business. The court set aside a decision by the Lf.S. Court of Appeals tor the District of Columbia, which hud approved FCC award of Orlando channel 9 to Mid-Florida Television Corp. The high Court Issued an ordnr which said Iho Court of Appeiils decision Was vacated and the case sent buck to It "for such action as it may deem appropriate " Justices Chirk and Harlan dls- senled. making Ihe vole 7-2. Sergeant Is Accused by Court Martial fFT. JACKSON, S.C. (AP) Army sergeant, charged — An with threatening to hang one recruit Cardinals Again Fail to Select a New Pope VATICAN CITY (AM - Four successive puffs of blnck smoke indlcnled lohlghl the enrdlnnls of the Roman Catholic Church fulled through the second diiy of their conclave to elect n new pope, By PRANK BRUTTO VATICAN CITS* (At 1 ) The princes of the Romim Catholic Church failed today, nppnretitly mi ihclr eighth bnlk/t In two dnyn, to elect n new pope. Hltick smoke curled from ii chimney of the Sislinc 1 Chtipel for the second time today nnd inn fourlh in two tlnys. It menu! the cardinnls closeted In secivl meeting could roiich no agree- mctit on the mnn who, In (heir es- timalion, would be the best leftch- er and pnslor for H half billion Cothollcs. The Vatican radio did not com- mil itself definitely, but described the smoke as of such obvious by Disturbance in Virginia Mine WASHINGTON (AP)— The Bureau of Mines was informed today that the bodies nt seven miners had bech located in a mine near Bishop, Va., following an explosion this morning. James iWeslfleld, tisslslant director for he.allh and safely, said lie was told the bodies were found near Ihc working ftice In the coal mine. Wcstflcld said Ihere appeared to be very little chance for 13 other miners reported missing. Earlier reports from Bishop said 22 miners were trapped in a sec- lion of Ihe Pocalionlas File) Co.'s Bishop coal mine No, 2-1. and mislrenling others, was Jiti-1 blackness thai one -might nsstimo cgscd by tlie government tqdu.v with dictatorial and sadistic use of power. Sgl. l.C. Cbarli's Momnn, 28, of Empire, Ala,, pleaded innocent lo all charges at the outset of his general court - martial before . n lio'ard composed of six officers and three enlisted men. Most of the rcciuils called to tegjjfy against Mom an had testified List week al the gemynl courUmarlial which led to tho conviction of M. Sgt. George Suvie on-'similar charges. Sovie, TiO, of Ogdensburg, : N. Y., was reduced one rank and fined $450, One of the specifications alleges hat Mom an tied a rope around the neck of Pvt. Jimmy Cope of Mountain Creek, Aln., threw the rope over the limb of u tree and .Ug'ged on it as if to carry out-a -hreat to hang the youth. % Pvt. Benjamin Flint o( Norfolk, Va., leslified Hint Moman slapped andj kicked him for brushing at ti 'ly ^during a company formation. 'J was loo scaled to defend mm-' self,'" Flint said, ' •>• Violent Deaths in Arkansas §aJiU'clay ,OA East 8th Street vehicles drivw by Host? <Kjn# 'at We- By'THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A Texas man was injured fa- ally when Jus trailer truck and freight train collided al a road•ail crossing near Newport yester- lay. His death raised to 12 Ar-' cansas' fulellly loll for the week vhich ended last midnight, Barney ivy, 30, of Edna, Tex.,' led at a Newport hospital sever- il hours after the accident, State Trooper Don Wilco said vy's bi.ff truck, loaded with soy- leans, pulled into the path of u Vfissouri Pacific freight train at he crossing -in Jiian, about four northwest of Newport, Ivy was alone. The truck was domolished. an accidental shotgun Wast kill' cd an 11-year-old girl yesterday in one of the week's Hirer fatal shootings. Seven other perrons died in traf- lic mishaps and one in a fall from ;i tractor during the week, White County Sheriff Jack Prico said Lois Lacy, daughter of lv)>.' and JVIrs, Jim Lacy of Grubb*, was ghol fatally al the Possum Grape community near Bradford, The sheiiff said the girl and her brother, Jimmy, 12, were slaying with relatives, lie ,-sgid the children went to the nearby of unolhei relative and found ,12 gauge s-hotgun on tho porch. Whop Jimmy Dialled the gun from behind a box. Price said. Ilioro was a negative result. Twenty minutes after the first puff, black smoke still issued from the Sistine Chapel chimney and enough time had passed to have brought any newly ejected pope io the balcony. Thus it was evident the cardinals had failed again. The big crowd, which had grown to about 200,000 in a relatively few minutes, turned away once more in disappointment. Vatican Radio went off the air still without making its announcement definite. But there could be little doubt about the result. The cardinals evidently had taken steps lo make the hue of .the smoke definite. The radio anounccmcnl was preceded by an outpouring of black smoke from the chimney of tlie Sistine Chapel, -traditional means of letting the world know that the princes of the church stilt could not agree, But observers were cautious in interpreting the meaning of the smoke 'after twice being fooled Sunday by the 'Vatican's archaic ling system. Twice the smpke 'came""exit"^t'e '^P' siwposcd v tfl mount Hint* a .pontif ^nnd., beeji ohoscn — but the cardinals 'had failed to elect. The ill cardinals voted twice Sunday morning and twice In the afternoon but failed to give any prelate the 35 votes required for election—two thirds of -those voting plus one. No word on which candidates were running in front came from inside the wnlled-in, double-locked concave area in which the princes of the church have been confined since Saturday night. The end of each pair of ballots Continued on Page Three the weapon discharged, Two Students Perish in Dormitory Fire WASHINGTON (APJ — Wood shavings and Inr paper, used for decorations at" a fraternity houfin party, fed Humes which fatally burnc'd two George Washington University students. Killed in the early morning 'Wfiw Sunday were Koger Wcldon Ussery, 22, of Buckingham, N.C., and Floyd Lansing Ormsby, 21, ot Islip, L. 1 —N. Y, They were Capped m their third-floor bedroom, six other young men esciiped but oni: James G. Wingo, .28, of Washington was burned severely, The blay.p cyusc<( an estimated $-10.000 duniuge to ll)e Delta Tau : peita fraternity house in downtown Washington. Flic LI. Antnony B, Mileo said u cigarette may nave started the BISHOP. Vn. (AP)~An unidentified disturbance today Irnppcd 22 miners in a section of Iho Po- cnhonlas Fuel Co.'s Bishop mine No, ;M, The extent of the dtimage of the condition of the men could not be determined Immcdlntoly. The trouble disrupted communications to the section, Mine officials snid 100 other men in ,the mine when trouble occurred nl 8:20 n.m. wnlfed out. None suffered iiny ill effects. -Roland C. Luther, vice president of the company, nt a news conference told newsmen It wns "a locnl disturbance" and occurred in' the "dayheuding section." "T prefer not lo use the word explosion," said Luther, "beenuse we don't know what it was," He snid, however, the disturbance npiVironUy was nol very powerful because It was hnrdly /clt .it the elevator shaft a little more Ihnn n mile from the scene. A bltist In Fcbrunry 1057 killed 37 minors nl the Bishop works on j tho Viryiniii-West Virginia border. Luther sfiid the ventilation syc- lem in Ihe mine areas reached by rescuers had nol been damaged, indicating Die disturbance was not of grcnl u magnitude. He said Ihis £ (fopes tha'trappcd men could be 1'enched nlive. Of the I GO miners who escaped, those working closest to the disturbance sealed themselves off but later were removed. Lulher said the disturbance Iwl occurred In"the same section "but ,1 little further down from tho Feb. 4, 1957, explosion scone, l''our rescue squads went down into the, mine in, rclaps of Iwo, with about 15 men working al a time. To get lo Iho disturbance ason, rescue teams took the elevator dosvn 200 feet and then hod to trnvoj approximately a mile horl* xon tally. The section whore the trouble occurred WHS described by mi no officials as a mouhuniral section, where men operated coal loaders ,'is contrasted w/ih conveyor belt loading, The mine entrance i.'. four miles of the town of Bishop, which is 27 miles southwest of Blucfield, ALC in Session, Faubus Asks Building Repair By JOHN R, STARR " ''"" LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Gov. Orval 13. Faubus todny proposed that^f Ihe 11)59 Arkansas consider Initiation of n 1ong-rang'o|S program for renovation of 'byj|d- m ings nt the State Hospital, ,'"'"~{S This was Fnubus' only succcs'-'fife iy lion ns he addressed the Arlcan'? SMS Legislative Council, whlebU convened today to begin a (it hearings on the slate for Iho nexl blennlum. The proposed budget calls' forl expenditure of $71,'185,232 In 1059-'^ 01, com pit rod to the $50,657,122'** buclgel adopted for JD57-59.., ' •'; ')*; Faubus said he appreciated Ihc'Mi difficulty if not impossibility"',of" beginning the Slate Ifospital^pro-^ gram Immediately, "but T think"', we should begin work so my v si&"{' ccssor nnd Ihe. successors to,,so'mo|| of you can curry the program "to;completion in the future," he W, Va, Luther snid 14 of the trapped .' lire- men were on the day shift which entered the mino «t 8 u,m. Tno other eight were from the previous shift who had not left the mine. A. V, Spiolus, niTsidenl of lha Kaubus asserted that vices presently were at the cst level In history and that ,th'(» Legislature and the state govern-'Jl mciil had more confidence ' frbmja the people than nt any timc. c ln'il his memory. 't-jM' "In considering this budget, you{ must strike » happy balance bc'-fl tween the desires and a'cltVall needs of these various and the desires and needs of the* people who benefit 'from Ibeiri services," he said. Faubus pointed out that cerlfi]f»| agencies would need more monoy,' •bcausc of aclditiona/ c;i'ponsa, < be-*>i yond their control, - - ' He said, however, that he dorslood and was in sympathy.^! with the Legislature's desire" Id hold Kovernmcntal spending lo-'ttic& lowest possible level without iro-c pairing services. % ',» "But we must remember,-", said, "that we can be saving" 'un( III the saving becomes a loss the long run." , The governor mentioned that, Jncrease of one cent in the ago rates for a first class lettc,r,'?l would cost the state Revenue ' M $15,000 lo $20,000- annii-lf ally, He referred to the depart^ ment's postage bill, ' ! ^,-J 'This also would affect other' 1 ! agencies," he said, "It is, a srjiaJl! thing but we must consider 'i Faubus did not mention the thai, dhe th<ee cenl sales, will be voted on in Ihc Noy.\^^ general election. However, ~"'-'™ Legislative Council will cof initially budget rcciuests frufri- those departments which "draw/* theii funds from special revenue 1 *" 9 These will not be aliecled in .yi ers decide to relurn the sales lajf to the two per cent level, Pocohunlns Fuel co. confirmed I ,,£ RU 5 UB , P?" tecl that •the? Ihero is "trouble in one section of the Bishop mine." Ho did not say what section w;is involved, George THIer, United Mini- Workers District 29 president, said 11 men were (capped in the mine. Later, a company spokesman snid ItjO men were at work in tho mine. All but the 14 trapped rr)Jn- ccs emerged without injury, according [o information received by the West Virginia mines director's olfice at Charleston. The mine entry is in Virgin'-'} 1057 Legislature cut the for the Girls Training School ' Alexander because at tnat ti only four girls were at' the Jn sUtulion, He said there are now CO ^irls there and the schptpjl would need more funds to con''' I'inua providing a valuable " se£ vice, The governor appropriated. moi>' cy from his emergency fuhcj io' allow ihe school lo cxpancj "itg opei'aiions m face of the shor' 1957-58 budget. ' ' All Around Town The Star Staff Thursday night Ihe Bandmothers wjll hold a benefit program in tho old B. R. Hamm Motor Co. building and public participation is invited there will be all kinds of games und other ontprlsijnmenl and' the orchestra svifl uounccd the appointment of Jfihu Keck as a member o[ the National VFW Youth Activities Committee , „ , oniy lasi week- the fr made Woodrow one of his aides of jtopo in making incidentally many merchants ares the announcement he said: "fljr, '- ' ' - ' Keck hus long been active in all phan-s of VFW activities and will play a. vital part in the work, of helping the band take the Con'way spowal by purchasing tickets for members , . , The Star bought 10, Hope Auto, Citizens und First Wa- tional banks bought five each a0d, single tickets wyre purchased by S/4 '-Thrash, Mrs, Jim, ivjcKengle, P., p, fester. Saenger Theater, th& The law "Bishop" eplosion earn? me B Sooa governor,", ha 1:55 a.m. Mono'yy, Fob, 4 «o.s- owe » SJoafdeb^lB cuers lound ihe first -bodies 3 lit- ' , * w , !)p . 4 has , 8»vea Ho more thai? 8 n hour later. L Ijfl 4. A "Sf^ ^ ...... i Council adopted a, resolution ing Ihe departments to Keen thef budget requests within the " '"' of current leye}, This tighWisfed atljlwde Play Tuesdey ' 'ihe senior class of Saratoga gh Sghool is presenting their an. nuaj senior pipy Oct. 28 at the this committee," C. K. Overstryet of jprescott has purchased the registered Guernsey bull, liagan's f». &.* The namp of the play is "in A Spin,-" and it will begin at 8. The admission is £5 and 50 cents- Carnival Friday Spring Hill School The Saring JiiiU School win hojd 4ls annual ttallowwm Carnival f'ri, ^»y night. Qyl 31. 'IV p-'f^ wil,l start serving sjiort ordurs In the 'aom at-6 $.m, The will present a mlnstre pUjf %{ 1 p.ni, tfl the hjf h. s«ha&\ and. will he vrpvyae4. -' contrast to Ihe "council's. two ago when it cd -budgets, which exceeded, /a '' revenue^, The first budget on

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