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Hope, Arkansas
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-v K J *. « * ~ • j HOPE STAR, HOPE, LASS1FIED Ifo l*kw* Be fc» t»fic« »*» »«*ot* Publication AD RATES >fir» ,p6ydb» In ,. *ril» 6* dtctpted *tet>hiJno • and occotheda- tt titlowW witti tb« un* w the Bteount Is poyobla •ffttM )» rendered. foe Day .45 »60 .78 US 1,50 Day* .90 1.20 1.50' 1;80 2.10 2.40 sr* Day* 1.SO 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.SO 4.00 4.50 s.oo One Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 3.00 1FIED DISPLAY ;i!!'*n.".'m"".'"~ SOc per Inch .Quoted above ore for eon- ifiierHOni. Irregular or skip- Will toko the tine-day tote. " classified odvortislna copy o^^epted until 5 p. m. for iflbtt Ihe following day., publishers reserve the right to ,lw *dir oil advertisement* of- J.'fd'r publication ond to reieet ^•dtenobla odvertisina tub- of one or more lett«r», „, "figures such ot houw or ne Humbert count a* one word. Hop* Star will not ba re»pon- ir error* In Want Ad« unless ' or* coiled fb Our attention if Insertion of od and th«n the ONE lncorr*£t Insertion. 3 PROSPECT 7-3431 For Sale RED spider lily bulbs. $1 per dozen postpaid within Arkansas. Cheaper here. Arthur Gray, Ozan. July 6-1 Month MODERN Grocery in Hope. Will sell stock, fixtures, and building, or slock, fixtures and rent building. Write Box 339, Hope, Arkatv sas. _lS- MY home at 223 North Hamilton St. Five rooms with bath, glassed in porch, and garage on corner lot. Price $3200. Albert Robertson. 20-6t Real Estate for Sole 2 BEDROOM house, attic fan, Venetian blinds, hardwood floors. Garage, landscaped. ?C50 equity. Phone 7-5577. 22-St opeStar USED lumber, building materials for sale. While it lasts we will have for sale at $40.00 a thousand 2 x 4's, 2 x 6's, 2 x 8's, 1 x 8's No. 117 drop siding, 1x6' and 1 x 8's ship lap all lengths. This is exceptionally ;,'ood used lumber at $40.00 a thousand, at the site. Also inside and outside doors and windows with exceptionally good hardware. If you want a bargain come to industrial area .of the old Proving Grounds. Saturday, July 24Ih call or see Arthur Martin - Phone 7-3328. 20-51 THE UNITED FARM AGENCY Office- at Boley's Court 2 Miles West Hope on U. S. 67 WE NEED FARMS TO SELL . . COAST-TO-COAST ADVERTISING ON EVERY FARM WE LIST. Our sales records prove that WE GET RESULTS. FRANK C. DuSHANB Bi-okcr R. C. MAY Salesman Neither of us have any business connection with any other office in Hope, and no one else has any authority to claim any connection with "UNITED FARM AGENCV". WE SELL REAL ESTATE ONLY 23-61 Political Announcements The Star !• authorized to announce that the following at* candidates for public office ftUb- Ject to the action of the Democratic primary elections. For Congres* 4th District OREN HARRIS G. W. LOOKADOO NORMAN M. WARNOCK 1899; Press 1927 Jonuory 18, 1929 y weekday afternoon.by SSTAR PUBLISHING CO.- " ~l. Palmer, President ,'M, Wothburn, Seey-Tfii. . Jt The Star Building JZH4' South 'Wolnut Strert J *iHope, Arkaiuai fH.'Woshburn, Editor & Publltlwr .-'Jondj, Managlns. Editor L« Dovls, Advertising Managw , . Hotmeiy Moth. Supt. v at tccond clou matter at 'OfHe* dt Hope, 'Arkanjqt, Ac* of Moreh 3, 1897. , iWbcr of the Audit Bureau'of .', .Circulations FOR SALE Modern 2 bedroom home on • shady lot. li">07 S. Pine. Attached garage, plenty closets, and built ins. Utility room,, attic fan, Venetian blinds, automatic floor furnace, Aluminum awnings across front. OWNER LEAVING TOWN Phone 7-2235. Small down Payment Bnlance like rent. 22-3t PERFECT in every way for a family needing two bedrooms and a den which can also be used for a bedroom. Located at 1)17 South Walnut on beautifully landscaped 7f)' x 142' lot, on pavement. This home is in A-l condition just repainted - new root - pon dessa pine den with storage • Venetian blinds - shower arid bath - Living room - dining room Kitchen with built in cabinets garage with storage. Priced to sell. Shown by appointment onlj - cnn be FHA or GI financed and carries 70':'<> loan now. CALL FOSTK REALTY CO. 217 South Main Phono 7-4671' 23-3 , i|(" In Hempitead, Nevada, Howard, and Millar coun- ;:;x:::r.;;:r.:::'.ri'.6o • .,.., 2.60 hiptlon, Rates (payable In od- ws» ' <. V0nce5: '' vln Hops and neighboring PS*,-? r towns— „ ^ * .....; '1.10 '„.; 3.25 ittis '.............. .,.,... 6 bO - T " 's:z:.:z....:,: 13.00 „ . .„ .'erlislnfl ' Representotlves: is'.'Paijies, Inc.; 1602 Sterick 'SmpWs.>2, Tenn,; 505 Texas jij'Doilas 2, TeXos: 360 N. ' Chicago 1, 111.; 60 E. York 17, N. Y.; 1763 :$9\to,,' Detroit 2, Mich.; fBlbo., Oklahoma City 2, of'The Associated Press: Ipted Press is entitled ex- 1 'the MSB for republication . local news printed In this V/as well as all AP news 8 ACRES land, 15 room housr Plenty wilier, good road. $1,001) cnsh. 2 miles. SouSh'Spring I'Till. Don Stevenson, Route 1, Hope. LARGE divan, 2 large' cllairs 1 (Juffoe table. Call Mrs. K. K Russell. 407 E; 14th. 24-3 for HABRY HAWTHOBIUI CLIFFORD BYEHS DWIGHT RIDGDILL Fine Weekend for Fishing, It Soys Here LITTLE RUCK (!Pi --The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission reports fishing will be good at the Ohio) agreed today that some following spots in the state over military regulations are going to the weekend, listed by counties: L ee s tiffer enforcement bocnuse of Army Will Tighten Up on Athletes WASHINGTON Ml spokesman and Rep. An Army He?j; (R big-name alhletcs in uniform. Hess predicted in an inlet-view today t:iat, as a result of the probe, "there will be a lot more policing of the rules." can More Ihnn 07 per cent of Ameri- athills wear glasses. Faulkner County — Lake way, bream. Franklin — Arkansas rouqh fishing. Fulton — All stream 1 ;, bass. Garland and while black bass Con - a congressional probe of reported coddling of athletes in ihc Army. River, But B,.j g . Gen. Herbert. B. Powell, deputy director of Army per- Lake Hamilton, black bass; Laka Ouschita, crappie, bream. bream, For County Clerk ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYEKS ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGOLES JIMMY COOK R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MIDDLEBROOKS CLAUD H. SUTTON SYVELLE BURKE Alderman Ward Thre» B. L. RETTIO A. P. DELONEY — Saline River, bass very ?ood. — Strawberry River, all Grant crappie. Izard fishing. Lafayette — Spirit Lake, bass. ,Lce Cow Bayou, bream; Bear Creek,bream. Logan — Blue Mountain Cove, Paris Lukes, bream. Miller — Mercer Bayou, crappie, boss. Saline — Saline Rivsr, bream. Stone — Turkey Creek. Eec! Fork, Smith Syltimore Crock. Red River, White River, ali fishing. sonnel, disputed a finding uy the House armed services subcommittee Hess beads that sports favoritism existed "upon a widespread basis." There were a few oases of overzealous commanders (who made mistakes." Powell said, "but cor- lective measures were taken in each case." The Hess committee report, based on the House group's hear- last May, was made public Legal Notice of ings yesterday and listed types "abuse" it said had bee" of Army regulation.;. But it pointed the finger of ' bliiim- at field commanders rather than at the for Prosecuting Attorney ROYCE WEISENBERGEB PRESTON DOWD TRAVIS MATHIS VAN JOHNSON Alderman Ward Four JESSE L. BROWN CHARLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYERLEY MRS. G. A. NASH For Rent 3 ROOMS unfurnshed apnrlment good location - $25.00 per month Bills pnid. SOS W. 4th. Phone 7- 31J52. 7-20TF FURNISHED house, 2 rooms with bath. Utilities paid. Electric washing machine and refrigerator. Phone 7-3193 7-22-3t 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 7lh District GENE LEE n. JOHN Ueorc Model •.tractor ^am.- i equipment, $050, Sue G. G. Glas' gow, HoiiK.' 4. HOJJG (old 29 Hi!/ way). .-". .-"..'...' ^'V- Wanted' to- Buv TO BUY Men's Used Shoes. Reaves Bargain Shop. . 31-TF YOUNG growth of cut over timber land. Anywhere in Southwest Arkansas. Will pay top prices. Phone 7-2228 or see Ralph Saun- dcrs. J12-1 Mo. _op>Elberta Peaches now 9,-fIjie quality. No worma iwrj,f'Ot. l .Crop Llaht dp not to pscklno shed on ; Hy. 67. • 1. McWilliams Services Offered lew Fall Li he II " ?vi>ywwp* Arrived The^Neweet In Mens Wear " " " as $54.50 Wardlaws i; Street Tqilor Shop MATTRESS renovation and Innerspring work- Cobb Mattress Co. 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-t' Notice VOTE Boley's all new, "All air conditioned," court. When guests or Tourists inquire. 4 people $5.00. July 3-1 Mo A A. EAST, Well digger. Contact C. A. Bennett, 208 Avo B. 24-H JSE REFRIGERATION '-SERVICE 7-3369 , .Enough to Servo Youl to Know Yogi Help Wanted ONE or two waitresses. Apply in person. Diamond Cafe. 22-3 2 LADIES for diniug room service 25-40. Apply iu yei'son, Barlov Hotel. 23-2 ROOM- house, S35 per month, 'nilablo Aug. 1, Call 7-M01, 23-3t KOOM furnished npnrtmcnt, private cnLranuos, garage. Bills pun!. Phono Avc B. •2119, 1002 West GODBOLD'Apartments. Nicely fur niishcd'3 rooms and breakfast nook. Private bath and carport. J,b block from town. Adults only. 321 West Second street Call .73314. 23-3t FURNISHED '"garage apartment 'Living room, bedroom, kitchen, bath, Small screened porch. 805 South Main. Phone 7-2644. 23-3t Lost 'OOT end of bed between Hope aud Lee Norton place on Prov- inii Ground road. Phone 7-4654 7-23-at For City Attorney C. V. NUNN, JR. Whales hoar sounds trans.mitntcd through air very poorly, but are sensitive lo sound!; heard through Iho water.. TOP'S Glass Cut and Installed. Complete Repairs. New and Used Parts. Highway 67 West Dial 7-2767 Hope, Ark. TO ALL VOTERS OF HOPE: I would like to make the following statement: 1 think that the city aovernment is the largest business in Hope and should be operated as such I think that the Post of Alderman should be filled by men who have had experience in operating businesses of their own. I furthermore think that the city government should be brought back to the people, instead of being run by a select few. I am connected to no city political group and do not intend to be. If elected I pledgd to serve for the people and do all that is in my power for and toward the betterment of our city. ;- I will sincerely appreciate your Vote and In- V . - . •. fluence in the coming election — Thanks. Candidate for Alderman, Ward 2, Hope —Pol. Adv. Paid for by T. O. (Top) Porte PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 45 , BE IT RESOLVED by the House « Representatives of the State o{ Arkansas, and by the Senate; a Majority of all the Members Elected to Each House Agreeing Theretb: THAT THE FOLLOWING is hereby pitoposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, and upon being submitted to the electors of the State f6f 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 sarne hall become a part of the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, to- SECTION 1. The Executive Department of this State shall- consist of a Sovernor, Lieutenant Governor. Secre- ary of State. Treasurer of State, Audt- or of State. Attorney General, and Commissioner of State Lands, all of whom shall keep their offices at the seat of Government, and hold their offices for the term of two years and until their successors are elected and qualified. SECTION 2. The annual salaries of nuch State officers, which shall be paid n monthly installments, shall be a* follows: The Governor, the sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15.000.00); the Lieutenant Governor, the sum of Three Thousand and Six Hundred Dollars ($3600.00); the Secretary of State, the- sum of Seven Thousand and Two Hundred Dollars ($7.200.00); the Treasurer of Stale, the sum of Seven Thousand and Two Hundred Dollars ($7,20000); the Auditor of State, the sum of Seven Thousand and Two Hundred Dollars ($7,200.00); the Attorney General, the sum of Eight Thousand Dollars ($8,000.00); and the Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . .PHONE 7-2123 JV-lMo. WElSENBiRO HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest.in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents J15-1 Mo. ~The human body has about 12,000 miles ol blood vessels. $, Highway 67 West UCK'S P7URN«TURE CO. of City Umlts West I.WfUei 1 Barrels for gale ^6/74381 Hope, Ark. .CUSTOM Now Buy Your Beef at Special WHOLESALE PRICES Good Native BEEF ARMOUR STAR or SWIFT PREMIUM Side of Beef . . . Ib. 39c Hind Quarter , , . Ib, SOc Front Quarter . . . Ib. SOc Side of Beef . Hind Quarter Front Quarter . Ib. 31c , Ib. 38c . Ib. 24c "OTHER SPECIAL CUTS AVAILABLE" Hope Locker & Processing Co * M..~.4l>**rlKIIAIRIO"rnl?C"T ; SOUTH MAIN STREET wrapped for deep for Peep Freeze ^ Scents, jjjph Montgomery Mkt, k - pj\«ne 7-3361 Into lnn«)P«|»rlr|JI flKuaranteetf et Wy 6ervle» * —» * PAVIS tune & Mottren Co. Phono 7-3218 GROWERS st-qrt buying melons Mill Wednesday 2" Something to Think About The County Tax Payers Bear the Entire cost of the Administration of the County Treasury Office -r- 1NCI*UD|NG Extra help required by the County Treasurer. . . The Treasurer's Office is a Bookkeeping Job. The ki§S IXTRA help needed — The Us? the C0$t to the Taxpayer. ,, . j EUlCT a Man Experienced in Bookkeeping and Accounting. £5 ygurs experience in Bookkeeping, Accounting and General Office Work, VOTE FOR DWIGHT RIDGDIU TRIASURIR HSMPSTfAP ~, Pol. Adv. Paid fw by Pwight Candidate for Prosecuting Attorney Hope, Arkansas Dear Fellow Citizens: The campaign draws to a close I am very grateful to all of you who have helped me. My family and I will sincerely appreciate the continued efforts and the vote of every person on July 27th. . I have tried hard to see all the folks in Hempstead County, having spent considerably more time in my home county than any of my opponents have in their home counties. I feel that the home folks should come first. In this I include the people of Nevada and LaFayette Counties since I am the nearest candidate to you folks in Lafayette and Nevada Counties. When they are in their own counties the other candidates have continuously emphasized the advantage of having a Prosecuting Attorney from home and pleaded with their home folks to support them on that basis, it it- would be an advantage to Clark County and to Miller County to hove the Prosecuting Attorney there certainly it would be an advantage to Hempstead, Nevada and Lafayette Counties to have the Prosecuting Attorney 1 rom Hope After all, four of the last six Prosecuting Attorneys were 'elected from Clark County. Ned Stewart was electee! from Lafayette County but moved to Texarkana. As your Prosecuting Attorney I promise towork unceasingly to administer the office in an able and honorable manner for the benefit of all the people throughout the District. Let me close by saying that I am resting my case with you, and that your support and your vote will be deeply appreciated. Sincerely yours, ROY€E WElSENBiRGi! ^ Usten on KXAR Monday or 6:30 A. M. and 6:45?, M. (Francis), Tuesday 6;10 A. M, (Dorothy) and 8:15 A, M, Pol Adv. Paid for by Roycc Weiscnberger .€'?• Saturday, July 24, 1954 _ i — — Legal Notice PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 43 BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate of the State of Arkansas and by the House of Representatives of the State of Arkansas, a Majority of All Members Elected to Each House AqroriiiK| That°'ihe followlne Is hereby proposed as an anicnrltnc-nl lo Ih" con- Stitullnn of the Slate of Ar J< lisas. and upon being . submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at the next general election for Representatives and Senators, K a majority of the electors vo in* 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 1. No od-valnrem tax Shall be levied upon property by me A 'county, city, Incorporated town or school district may levy a tax annually upon property therein at us market value for the purposes and subject to the restrictions now pio- vlded by the Constitution: except that where the Board of Equalization hereafter created has for the first time equalized the assessments of property In any county at l.s m ,.rncc value and has certified such fact as provided In Section 5 hereof, thereafter the tax levied for any ?uch loeal subdivisions shall be n total 'a* "J. all purposes and shall not exceed five (51 mills for the county, cicnt (8) mills for any city or incovDoi ai^a town, and twelve (12) mil * for any school district, on each dnllar_ <y,,_»'_ e enjiiu'ii >'i^ii in-. "" -.<-.'• -assessed value of the properly thcie- In. exclu-ive of l.nxcs Icvieo 1 by improvement districts, ami exclusive ot taxes levied fnr local l'"'"'"-' 1 '"^'' 1 * in towns and cHies as mithnrlTiyl by Article IB. SrcHon 27 of the Consl - tutlon. Provider!, howvrr. Micro shn be set aside annually nn snnoiint equal to the maximum amount collected for the retirement of caei Issue of outstanding bnnils rttirmn nny vcar prior lo the year of the <•"'- lection of taxes wherein the morcsaltl maximum rates have heroine er- fective, to be used for the rctiicmerit 0 of such bonds as provided by thn terms thereof: and the tax shall never be less than that necessary to produce such annual amount isary ..^ until VJ Commissioner of Stale Lands, the sum of Six Thousand Dollars ($0.000.00). SECTION 3. The above mentioned State Officers shall bs 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 transmitted to the seat of government by the returning officers not later than the last day of November ot the year In which the election U 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 o£ Representatives shall open and publish the votes cast and given, for Lach of the- officers hereinbefore mentioned, in the presence of both Houses of the General Assembly. The person having the hlghent number ot voles for c-ach of. the respective offices f>hall be declared duly elected thereto: and shall immediately begin hivi term of office; but If two or more shall be equal, the highest in votes for the same office, one oi them slinll be chosen by a joint vote of both Houses of the General As- 'sembly, and a majority of all the members elected shall be necessary to a choice. SECTION 4. The General Assembly shall meet in regular session of sixty (GO) days, which need not be continuous, at the seat of government every two years on the first Mon- ddy in February of each odd numbered year until said, time be changed by law. The members of the General Assembly shall receive as their salary the sum of Twenty-four Hundred Dollars ($2,400.00), except the Speaker o£ 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) years payable ,at such time and in such manner as the General Assembly may determine; and in addition to sucn 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: and 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 herein provided, the sum of Twenty Dollars ($20.00) per day for each day they 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 conducting research into governmental problems and making audits of State agencies. The General Assembly shall fix the amount of per diem and expenses of committee members snd 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 the salary of any Commissioner shall not be less than now provided by (c) The General Assembly shall, by law determine the amount and method of payment of salaries of county official;-:. Nothing herein shall be construed as abrogating any rights of the people of the State of Arkansas under the initiative and Referendum provisions of the Constitution or the statutes of Arkansas. (d) That Section 23 ol Article XIX ot the Constitution and Section 2 of Amendment IX to the Constitution of the State ol Arkansas be and the same are hereby repealed. SECTION 7. That Section 39 0* Article 7 of the Constitution ol 'he Stato of Arkansas la amended to read '"For every five hundred electors 1 there shall be elected one justice of the peace, but every township how- c-vi-r small, shall have two 1uatice» of SECTION 8. This amendment Shall be In force upon Its adoption and bhall not require .legislative action to put it into force anJ effect. Approved: March 26, 1953 C. C*. HAi^i Secretary ot IO pruuui. t? jsin.ii «i!nn«.« • • . the bonds have been retired, or suf- riplmif funds have been set aside tor funds have been their retirement. . . At to bonds Issued after the date of the certification that assessments have been equalized at market value In any county, the maximum tax ra cs herein provided may not be exceeded except when necessary to prevent or Where assessments of benefits In any Improvement district are basea on the assessed value of (lie property for s'.nte or' county purposes the assessors of the district shall have the right to equalize all future assessments of benefits: and for this purpose may reduce the valuation*; to the extent that such valuations have been increased by reason of Uus amendment. ' SECTION 2. The tnx shall not be levied upon any property now exempted by the Constitution from t:ixntion. SECTION. 3. There ir. herr-by crcntcti a Board of Equalization which shall assess at Its market value property used in the oper.-itimi of public it il- Itk-s, or such otlu'i- properly atilh- orized to be taxed by lhi> nforcsrud political subdivisions, ns Ihe Central Assembly may ilircft. Thn tola) assessed vnluo of rill public iiiiiitips shall be apportioned to thr various counties, citiea, incorporated towns and school districts as is now. or mav hereafler be provided by law. Until such time as the assessments You'll Enjoy Eoting At ol property ill any 'county are equalized at market value, the proportion of the total valuation ot any utility allocated to any county, city, incorporated town, or school district shall be adjusted by applying thereto the percentage of market value at which the Board determines prop- srtv ir, therein assessed. SECTION 4. The Board ol Equalization shall see that all property is assessed which is required by law to be assessed, and to this end shall assess property which the tax as- , sessor of any county has failed to Jj assess, after notice and hearing by 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 *ype, use thereof and Income there- from, and prepare and prescribe n method or formula for use by it and the tax assessors of the various counties in determininR the market value of property or classes of property; and shall reassess property not assessed in accordance therewith, after notice and hearing by the Board. Each year when the property In any conn- tv has been equalized at its market value as herein provided, the Board of Equalization shall certify such fact to the county clerk. SECTION 6. Within the time and, manner provided by the General Assembly any taxpayer or any of the aforesaid political subdivisions affected may appeal from any order or decision of the Board of Equalization to the Chancery Court of the County in which the property affected is located, except that any appeal from an order or decision affecting property of public utilities assessed by *he Equalization Board shall he taken to the Chancery Court of Pulaski County. The Chancery Court shall try any such cause do novo. Either party may appeal from any adverse decision of the Chancery Court to the Supreme Court of Arkansas where It shall be heard do novo on the record. SECTION 7. The Governor shall appoint three resident 'electors as members of the Hoard of Equalization, who shall respectively serve, as determined by lot, four, eight and twelve years from the date of their appointment, and shall appoint a successor of each, who shall serve for a term of twelve years; which ai>- pointments, including appointments in the event ol a vacancy, shall bo subject to confirmation by the Senate. The members may be impeached or removed from office as provided by Article 15 of the Constitutipn. SECTION 8. The total expenditure for any year for all purposes by any county, city, incorporated town or school district, shall not exceed the amount of the budget for that year, or the amount of revenue, whichever is lesser. Except as may be necessary to satisfy outstanding valid bonds, no ad valorem tax shall be levied upon property by any county, city, incorporated town or school district until a budget has been approved by a majority, of the qualified electors voting upon the icsue. The budget shall not be submitted fur approval or rejection at an election except alter public notice and heaving with respect to (he amount thereof. II the proposed budget is approved, the tax rate certified shall be Hint which is necessary to provide the required net amount after deducting available balances and funds fertheomins! from other sources. If the proposed budget for any year Is rejected, then the expenditures for the preceding year shall constitute the budget and the tax rate certified shall be that which is necessary to provide the required net amount after deducting available balances and fund" forthcominji from other sources. The General Assembly shall provide the means and the manner of the preparation and determination of the budget, the time of holding the election and the means and manner certification ol the tax rate. Approved March 27. 1953. - " * •••Jf'-^'r '•».. ,__. , State •fr-r Our Daily t Bread TMleed Thin by the Editor Alex* H, Waihburn The Grasshopper ElecHc-/ Day Will You Vbtc • Maybe they've rriUch. longer and v.; O at Cafe & Service Station PERRY CAMPBELL Hi-Way 67 West—Open 24 Hours Beware of Strangers DEMAND NON CANCELLABLE HOSPITAL INSURANCE Home Security Life'Ins. Co. Little Rock, Ark., issue .this type pplipyi—Premium never increases. Buy From Local Agent, He will be here during the months to e* Your Doctor and Hospital know this company. Call or Write . . . C1CII WEAVER 7-3141 P. 0. B0* m O Star s> dershowers south j -lift, |*0 '- Experiment Statttfli 24-hours ending. 8 tu ».' High 103, - 55TH YEAR: VOL. 55 — NO, 239 ~M*mfe*r: tfW AtWtlotH PtM ft Audit fcuNWB •t/2 f *« H *i| d .|« M* N" Md Clril. 3 Met, tridlna March «1> 1»S4 -* MM been around I didn't noticfi - ' en ^ J tumbled to^Sie fact that Hope's invaded by an army of grasshoppers. They stormed against The Star's windows Sunday night and jumped unconcernedly on my desk. The grapevine tells me they're also bothering the boys out at the radio station! No matter how fast you open and close the door the grasshopper declares himself "in." ', Of course a cricket would cause m|re trouble around a radio sttftioh, and while I've heard a lot of strange noises over the radio I can't honestly say I ever heard a cricket broadcasting. However, my |, information shows that the grass(hopper also is a vocal threat. Scientists say the grasshopper belongs to the families Acridiidae and LocUstiac (which is nearly English), of the order of Orlhoptera (which wouldn't be Knglish no how you • misspelled * it .in th" proof). The grasshopper.* which make that strident noise are usually males. But not always. That's how it is is with people, too. I always thought a j-rnsshopper was just something you caught as a boy in tha hay-field and made it spit "tobacco juice." But the grass hopper story isn't as simple as £il , that. There are the Red-Lcggcc grasshopper the Rock Mountain Slate Spoil! on Governor, Senate Races Candidates in Final Appeal for Support From Our Wire Services The joint appearance ct Sen. Home Bums While Occupant Sleeps on Front Porch. Hope Fire Department had two fires at the same time this morning, one a grass blaze on 16th Street which resulted 'in little damage while .another gutted a Negro residence at 305 East Sixth. .... ,,„.... .,^._... , Fire Chief Wrilis said the Negro John L. McClellan and Gov. Fran-1 apartments were occupied by Vict or Rock on one side and Juna cis Cherry on the same speakingj Muldrow in the other apartment platform highlighted the election-j Thc i louse and contents were gutt- Arkansas] ed and almost a complete loss. Mr. Willis said a Negro boy was oil a pallet on the front porch and didn't know the house was burning unjil some neighbors yelled at him. The cause is undetermined. grashopper, the Meadow and the Green itrass- grasshopper (that's the family, the Katydid belongs toi. .They're no friends of the farmer. Everyone knows the lopcnfl of the! eve schedule for the Democratic primary. Cherry and McClellan were slated to speak ht Mac&rthur park in a program to be telecast by remote control. One of McClellan's opponents in the senatorial primary, former Gov. Sid McMath, bar, chnrf.ed repeatedly that McClellan helped Cherry in McMath's defeat in the 19H2 fuibernstorinl race. McMath also was to make a last-minute dVCfyuiie Kllima me luhv-ny. ui •••- , , , , ;-v%t in i Mormons, whose first crop out in telecast toi, Rht in a Utah was being ravaged by grass- appeal for votes. hoppers when sea-gulls camo in from Great Salt Lake, ate up the 'hoppers and saved the Mormon civilization. have no report as yet ( from the farm front. But 1 hope it':; not bad. Because the only sea-gulls here are 'at L's asking a whole lot tor a sea-gull to 'fly that far in July. I know of around Narrows Lake, ,arid The former governor /received opposition from an quarter today when Tuesday is Election Day in Arkansas and unless the people hav reformed in the last two years npt much more than half the qualified voter? will tske time to gc to the jls and mark their ballots. It's a. blot jagainst; the namq:-^ democracy when ' 'citizens don't vote. We fought one war 'to obtain independence, and Have fought several 'more to: preserve/ it. .; The main reason for cherishing Arner- unoxpccted some labor leaders criticized him in a newspaper advertisement. .The ad had former Vice President M. L.. of the Arkansas Federation of Labor as one o£ its signers. It accused McMalh of "playing labor for a sucker" and said he had. falsely pretended that a "solid labor bloc" was supporting his candidacy. ..•"..• Charges Flare in Senatorial Campaign By The Associated Press • Sid McMath last night said he lost the governor's race two 'year.' ago after he shunned a "deal"' of fered by "power interest;:" which he-says are supporting Sen. John Local Youth r i i Fata! in An 18-year-old Hempstead County youth was fatally injured late Sunday afternoon when the auto which ho was driving overturned, on the Clear Lake road about 14 miles southwest of Hope. He was Jimmy Powell,- son of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Powell. He died less than two hours after the accident in a local hospital. His cousin, Buddy Powell, 16, and Shirley Stark, 14, were thrown clear and were not critically injured. Investigating State Patrolman Guy Downing said the youth was raveling around a curve, met an .incoming auto, cut the right side j{ the gravel road and lost control, 'he first swerve tossed Buddy 3 owell and the girl completely out if the convertible and on the second >werve the vehicle turned over, Officer Downing said. The second vehicle kept right on going and Mr. Downing said he didn't believe the driver 'was evei iware of the accident. Yoiins Powell was brought to a ocal hospital by a Herndon-Cornelius ambulance where he died about 5 p. m. Besides his parents he is sur •ived by two sisters, Mrs. Catherine Ward of El Centre, Calif., anc Maxine of Hope, and a brother George William of Hope, his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andersor 3fddle and his grandmother, Mrs. Vinnie Powell all of Hempstead. Funeral, arrangements are incomplete. , McClellan. McClellan''; bid for a third term nomination. au saic Speaking to a television ciience, th-J former governor private power representatives of fered him their support in retiirr independence is that 'It guarantees the common people the right to pick their p\yn public offi'.'.als. When you fail to vote, therefore, you are slowly chipping ay the great foundation-stone on •ich this republic rests. Candidates campaign'; Newspapers print reports ancj editorials Part of the people earnestly discuss men arid issues. But to another part of the people the. whole busr "iness is just a lost ball in high •grass. ..- You'd do well to read, and listen — and vote. . . For if you don't happen to like the .way the Election turns out, ?3fel say something .about it in the future, some forthright person is apt to ask Ihe pointblank question: Did-you yourself vote? That's one question on which every qualified citizen can be "right" on Election Day. : The ad also was signed by Clyde, f or his promise lo back down on J. Bland as a legislative commit-(stand for an Ozark steam genera' tee member of the AF of L. Bland, i n g plant. The plant was to b however, is npt a; present member owned by. a farmers' cooperative of the committee,, ";! Two other men signed the- tid v as "rank and file" members of their unions. 'National Democratic Committee man Paul Chambers, third man in the senatorial race, carried his radio "questio-thon" into five more towns today Stuttgart, DeWitt, Pine Bluff and Texarkana. Secretary of State C.G. Hall, one of Arkansas' most astute political observers, today predicted that around 319,000 votes would be tomorrow's preferential lejre Is Where lope Citizens ; 'ill Vote Tucs. airman W. S. AtkMs. iof ; the: Deiilocralic Central CoTtiJTiittee; toflay announced .the following- polling places: Ward 1 — Fire Station Ward 1-A — Building across from Star formerly occupied by Foodland Grocery store. Ward 2 — Courthouse Ward 2-A — Courthouse Ward 3 — City Hall t ird 4 — City Hall x 5 — Building at corner of nit and Division formerly pied by Midsouth Supply Co. x 6 — Franks Fruit Store on S. Walnut. Two Chinese Red Shot Down by Ami! Planes on Rescue Flig S&id; and the r power c gari a'Tierce political attack" on him. McClellan spent yesterday in his ock headquarters, greeting and shaking hands. He, like McMath, predicted victory for himself without the need for a runoff. •''••• The other candidate for McClol- lan's senator job, Paul Chambers of Helena, spoke last night to East Arkansas voters over a Memphis Big Political Rally Tonight in Coliseum A big political rally will start tonight at 7:30 in the Third District Livestock Show Coliseum with city, county, state and district can didates speaking. Entertainment will include Red cast in Democratic primary. Other estimates ranged all the way froni 250,000 to 350,000. Any vote total over 329,050 would set a record for. a first primary. The 329,000 figure was reached at the first 1952 primary, but was cxceded by 376,000 votes in the run-off that year. The all lime vote record in Arkansas is 391,534, cast in the 1952 presidential election. Hall, who stressed that he matlo no guarantee of its accuracy, based his forecast on some calculations involving past primaries. He found that in the last four biennial election years starting with 1946 the total ballots cast at the preferential primary averaged around 60 per cent ot TV station. McClellan McMath at squared off against Sheridan Saturday night. He told an estimated crowd of 1,500 he would "crawl, in a political hole" and stay there if the vqters ever repudiated his record by 100,000 votes. He v/as referring to McMath's defeat at the hands of Gov. Francis Cherry, two years Gubernatorial Race in Final Action Flurry By The Associated Press Relativesiy quite yesterday, lha governors race, i? expected i"\to Wnssom- ifirt&x«^ai^i%f.^«ti,oM- i 'tb day as the candidates, make then last appeals for votes in tomor row's Democratic primary. Gov. Francis Cherry and Iwo o his opponents — Guy Jones o Conway and Gus McMillan o Sheridan — let yesterday pas; without anything resembling ; tremor of politicking coming from their camps.' But Orvnl Faubus, the othe Cherry opponent, stuck to hi favorite target — Cherry's reco — in a TV appearance last night The Huntsville publisher lashed th governor a«ain for his alleged poi in the utility rale increases, fo not taking better care of the state' aged and needy, arid for talkin 'go. After of his campaign spending the earlier part running on his of a 100 per cent property ta record and ignoring his opponents, McClellan took another j ah at McMath. He said: "McMath's heart is bleeding now for the tax payer, but it wasn't bleeding wr-en the utility rates were raised almost $4,500,000 while he was governor." In the last round of ihe campaign the candidates W'.U be on television tonight. assessment. Today's election-eve prograi sends at ieast three of the can oidatcs before the TV cameras. Cherry, Jones and Faubus all ai scheduled to spend today in an out of their Little Rock head-qua ters, talking wit!*, voters and sha ing a few hands. Then they wi top the campaign with night T addresses over KATV- rjnd KARK- TV. the number of poll tax receipts en-i McClellan is scheduled to visit titling holders to vote. j Tj 0no ke and England this after noon and re-turn .to Little Rock for ACTRESS, PRODUCER WED HOLLYWOOD (ffl— Film producer Stanley Rubin nnd Actress .. television speech over KARK-TV and KATV from MacArVhur Park r-l C:30 p. m. McMath, fitter visiting Lono:ce c-arlior today, will appear over the McClellan Key to Censure (^McCarthy By GORDON BROWN ASHINGTON (/P) — Talk around the/Capitol is that Arkansas' Son- otor : John L. McClelUui (D) prob- abl^ hold? the key to what the Sen|to does with the Flnndors resolutions o£ censure for Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis). The reasoning is that the- bulk of*lhe Democratic, senators will fol- lo\y i McClollan's lead since he is senior Democrat on McCarthy's investigating committee and as such is the Democratic spokesman. In other words, it McClellan is Tor tlie resolution, the bulk of the other Deniccratic senators will b2 >r it but :C he is against it they ill oppose it — they won't run ut on him. And if the bulk of the- Democrats upport the resolution censuring IcCarthy that support, plus a prinkling of Republicans, likely rould put it over. But if they op- ose it, then the resolution is dead) Hence the feeling that McClelan is the key. . McClellan hasn't committeed him elf 'on the resolution, .as. far as is nov&n. In fact, he has declined-to tate his position at present. Exit there is a theory here on iat,< It.' is this: ,fflja.> Flanders (;R-Vt) t >,author ol frel*rt:solulion, had planned 'to 1 col: up his resolution" in the Senate early this week but after a mcct- ng with McClellan said he would postpone action until July 30 so .hat McClellan could clean up hi." re-nomination campaign and be sack on hand, providing there is no luiiofr primary. Most of the observer think Flatv ders must have some- feelini, that McClellan will go along with the resolution or there wculd have been no point to a delay. Why reasons Capitol Hill, -vould Flan ders delay his resolution just t( pick up an adverse vote? So much for speculation. Arkansas' other senator, J. Fulbright (D), makes no bones o the fact he will support the reso lution. He stated so publirly on national TV program just the otho day. In facr, it is right in line wit his thinking on McCarthy, wit whom he has clashed sever times. The Biennial Election Party to Be Held Tuesday Night at the Star; Broadcast Over KXAR show in front of the Tuesday night, 27. tabulated at the neW-j complete Returns Jrom^tat^ and Pi lots Told WASHINGTON carrier planes shot dotyo tAytfj Chinese fighters . \Vhlch \ Y MUJ House Votes Revised Atomic Measure WASHINGTON (UP) — The House today approved a new atomic law geared to private development of atomic electric power. House members approved it on a roll call vote-of 230 to 154. Passage came after the House turned down,. 222 to 165, a move to kill the mpasuro by sending il back to the joint House-Senate Atomic Energy committee. ' As drafted by the House at a single, marathon session Friday and early Saturday the bill followed clbgely recommendations of Mr.. Eisenhoww for the first rewriting of the basic atomic law has had since J946, when it was put on the books. WASHINGTON Iff) The Senate alked today at an attempt by Chinese Reds Apologize for Downing Plane Limdnltarlan -•fer- By GENE KRAMER tile Senate GOP loaderehiji* tq i put a"^£rikl!t' ; limit on debate on the atomic energy bill but .-showed a willingness to limit talk on indiv- dujji amendments. A motion to impose cloture and thereby limit all future debate to one hour for each senator has whipped by a 44 to 42 roll call vote. Adoption would have required 04 affirmative votes. Then on the first -'amendment to come up, the Senate agiced unanimously to halt debate after two liours discussion an hour for each side. The amendment by Sen, Lehman (D-Lib)NY) related to the international cooperation provisions bill. Lehman proposed to provision he say;, ties the ciation brutality" fere v i In t t* ( vi^.s..^ *«— T .. ff j?^'i' Stttmp commnnder-tocmet Pacific eiice tions toi if a h<j 'Stump^' TOKYO (if — Communist apologized to Britain today shooting down a British ever the south China- Sea Friday words, ;yovt with an apparent loss of 10 lives, g e j, including three Americans. "^ tack.' A Peipinc radio broadcast heard ,'ln Congress, here said Red patrol planes cxpress^onS^of thought the transport was Chinese | tion'of Uio^U»r Nationalist. It expressed a \vil" ness to consider paying damages. The apology virtually unprecedented since the Red regime took over the Chinese mainland— was ima note to British „ Charge d'Affaires Humphrey Trevelyan from Chanp Hari-fun, Red Chiriese vice; minister 'for foreign affair,^ The conciliatory .note, n.repjy.tg a British protest, .seemed »to"tie in with Peiping's current) line propaganda aimed your/ head; 'blo ." ^ 'v'fV"*"-* ot the delete a President Eisenhower's hands. Sen, Knowland (D-Calif>, the GOP leader, tried at first to get debate limit of 30 minutes, but two hour Fuabus will parade with a open the political 30-mir.ute' program yme, radio and recording star, member of the Louisiana. Hay- ride gang and the Stages Quartet of Magnolia and many others. It will be the final rally of the current campaign as local voters will go to the polls Tuesday. Elmer Brown will serve as master Of ceremonies and all city, state, and district candidates on hand' will be given a chance to speak. Kathleen Hughes were married j snmo television stations at 7 p.m last night at the home of the brute's chambers, continuing hi? haiul- ! shaking tour ol the suite, plans, to visit DeWitt, SUtl'.gavt, Pi'«= Blulf. Fordyce and Texarkana before returning to Little .Rock for a TV ap pearance over KARK-TV at 7:30 p. m. He also ail appear on ' at Texarkana this afternoon. uncle, F. Hugh Herbert. The 'ceremony was performed by Superior Court Judge Stanley Musk Rubin, 30, and Miss Huiahos, 25. postponed their honeymoon un'.il Rubin recovers from an oar infection. starting at 6 p. m. Cherry will follow with 30-miiuit.o program starting at 8 p. m. and Jones .will go on the air for a 15-mihute talk at 9:45 p. m. In his TV appearance last night Faubus laid special emphasis on his efforts to place the blame for utility rate increases squarely on Cherry's doorstep, "Maybe it (the rate hike) temporary," Fuabus said, "but who knows? 1 ' He asked his audience to remember when they pay thsir utility bills this month that "Cherry's Public Service Ccmmis- allowed this has refuted Four Gas Line Workers Killed SAVANNAH, Ten. iff) v. Four gas line drill crew inember? avs dgaci; and \& fifth is .recovering fronvinjuries as a regUl? 8f a bo'ttom dynpjnjte expJ'lSJW hers ; Saturday. , ' J i.e blast wrecked a t?arg? laden .dynamite and an ace^rnpany* i«g cjrill boat used in laytrg a natural gas pipe berjeatlKtne Teftnes see River. A rTen.nes?ee Gas Co. (official ssiW the crew Jy h,ad <JiT\ahiite in it;. MUton Swain, W, the survivor wag reported Now That Farmers Have Parity Boyle Asks If the City Man Should Have Parity Too? tuu chargo, sion has Cherry And the members of the Public Service Commission crane to his aid Saturday with a statement, signed by Chairman Lewis Robin By HAL NEW YORK UPi The farmer . after being *_ --" il. ™ Att>l« 1 good h,e now has parity. Should the city dweller have parity, too? This puzzling problem ar'.ses as the result of a bill .Introduced by flop. J. Arthur Younger, a California Republican, to create a U. S. Depavtment of Urbiculture. This department would be to .city tplks what the U, S. Department of Agriculture is to the fellows who lollpw the furrows pn the farm. Weil, pl'> v v me under, but who \vants that? It is alj well and good for Rep. Younger *tp point out thai SibQ\)t 75 per c'ent pf the nation's- popuia.tjpn used to live on the farm byt not 75 per pent live in the tl«i {lygrybpdy IUIPWS th? reason they wouldn't have to keep on being a problem to the Department of Agriculture. But having made the transition from.farm bloc to city block why should they have to worry .about dealing wi* agents from a Department cf Urbicutture? Parity is very simple for the farmer. When the government tells him he's sot parity, he knows he car; trade inhis par every other year for ? new one. When, he 4oe?n't have parity, he pewns the car and gives his overflow crops to his P.OQV relatives. Jt ig not so ea,sy l« Arrange pay. ity for a city dweller. He is a rugged iAdmUuaUst, and the only crops he grows are window geraniums and king size ulctrs. Jt is ?on, Dennis Horton and Tom Lovett, which said: "The Piibiic Service Cpnimission feels that it is forced to rassert to the peppie that the recent rate increases oi gas and electric com panies have npt been approved . . . . The Commission has np.-way under the law to prohibit the' increase prio- to the hearing,, \yhen tond is made." Cherry and Faubus bgth arc predicting victory for thr-mselves, Cherry without the need for a runoff. Shivers Forced Into Runoff inTexasVote By W'LBUR MARTIN DALLAS, Tex. (ffl — Gov. Allan Shivers,.who led Texas Democrats' bolt to Republican Dwight D. Ei- .scnhowcr in 195'2, apparently faces a runoff election in his birl for an unprecedented third term. His opponent Ralph Yarhrough champion of the "Lyalists" who stuck with Democrat Acllai Stevenson in the presidential rncc, Unofficial returns from Saturday's first Democratic primary gacv the conservative shivers a 17,158 lead over Ynrborough, not enough in the four-man race to avoid an Aug. 28 second primary. Yarborough, 51, who had demned Shivers breakway finally proposed the limit. That.was after Sen, Morse (Ind- Ore) agreed to Co along. Morse raid, though, with reference to an nnounpemcnt by Knowland on the enate floor that U. S. planes had hot down two Communist aircraft n the Pacific, that: I am not greatly motivated to ntor into any blanket agreement y any argument thai we ought o proceed with great haste to cor- ider this bill becraise the internn- ionnl situation has worsened." UnltedJNSllo'fis 'S .of ihe' Nationalists, ~* ,, ,-„ Britain and France and denounc: ing the United States. Later in the same broadcast, thp Red radio told pit recently shooting down a "U. S.-made Kuo- mintang (Nationalist plane the Cheklang province. '<- • "If the U. S. imperialists -ordei' the Chiang brigands to send any more plant s in provocative action against us we will shoot thorn aown as we have done before," added. ^ „. Text of the 'note, broadcast by Peiping.'said shooting down of the Cathay Pacific Airlines Sk; tor over Hainan Island v/as lirely accidental" and an nate incident." > "They shot, us down with the in tention Of Wiling us," Capt. F '" Brown, pilot of the airliner, newsmen in Hong Kong. the party tory for in 1952, himself predicted Aug. 28. con from vie "To The other candidate for the nomination, Gus McMillan of Sheridan, announced n^lans fui toduy. The governor and hi? wife will go to jjpne&borp Ion,igh4 aHer hit; TV appearance. They will vote at Jonesboro pnd host an open house whiph will be broadcast, from 7; to 8:30 a. m. Democrats of Texas." he said "will vote to regain control of their party." •••'•'• Shivers appeared equally pndent "I welcome the opportunity! tc continue the fight for Texas," he aid. "We will keep running a ood, hard,'clean fight in this run off and.with the help of the peopi of Te^as we will win it." A runoff election is require when no candidate has 9 clea majority over all others. Arion I (Cyclone) Pavis and J. J. Holme polled 3.72 per cent of the yot tabulated thus far by tn unoflicia Tex^s Eiettipn Bureau and 4ha was appavently enough to force, a runoff between the two top men Some 60,000 ta 30,000 votes were 'out. The circulation of daily newspaper? jn, Britain averages BROILERS LITTLE ROCK Northwest protested the night and U. Britain Saturday tary of state John Foster^ Dulles charged the airliner was "deliberately shot down," Two American aircraft carriers, the Hornet and the Philioyine Spa, were ordered to th escene to protect the continuing search for the nine missing persons. Eight survivors >ver« rescued. rea: Market stendyto fiun; demand fair to good; broilr-rt, and ryers 2'/ 2 -3 Ibs mostly 25-80 cents, Batesville • Floral area: teody to firm; demand ;>ood: broilers and fr>crs 't mostly, 2. All prices f.o.b. farm. Market fair to FIVE HURT , COUNCIL BLUFFS, Five persons were injm'eil, tically, last night when two stock cars crashed through n jjuaM railing nt Piayland Park here, thrusting a piece of steel > railing into a crowd. |'..-3 Ibs. Gerald Narkoll and Charles Kent (both of Omaha, drivers of the two cars involved, escaped injury. All Around the Town Py Thf »t*r SUff, , . there Js^ntMheffialfcrna _— _ -.,.. t-7 1 - \t.V .T3 t*.i s^lU^r. jjoweYei, far oft shor f)ying' at stump, at PearJ There- H*V* 9e **» V ^J*^ f* •35? J fttf&M^lfcWW }he PWUppJP^SftaAi Local fishermen are alarmed pv- er the shallow Red Lake near Spring Hill . . , fish are dying by the thousands and the stench is almost unbearable .... the water hasn't visited the lake but recalls the same thing happened there before and a Game and Fish Commission investigation said lack o( oxygen was the cause after many blamed it on cotton dust poisoning . , , . there are also reports that some fish are dying in «PP?r Red, n,ear Fulton . . . . pne fisherman estimated he saw ten tons of dead fish in a Quaiter-mUe long pile the JaKe- Since World War, more than 33, fltew bouses have been in Fred Gresham and Recpe bjess hit the jackpot this in Little iUvcv gar fishing hung many but Ia»de4 feet and 11 inches, Jhe gfe feet and el«W Inches,, efore the July 31 s Saturday, Incidentally the f a( warden in' Miller County *ired recently by the C nlssion, is the same Pije in the frauus on 9j place some time Jw*?, Sgt. JQhrj W. gachry, wife; Nancy Jatvejle, lives onHopjj Route Four, is P9W sewing j- ' M*.n n mmt*BAn H K!H<*H ** Jtl $QF* W$$ WtfrJW;

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