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&•€»&.>*•" HOPE St Aft, HOPE, ARKANSAS Saturday, July 31, 1954 6t W entef- . C. S. on 6'*1ock . ,wm t 6*01*3 $»«¥ with Mrs, ft'rMn W'wMAhkto. Mrs. ItiefSoft VJlli, Resent the " Needs. win be Mesdam* ._ a L/- Broken, Jim fck Walking, Jack' flafdner, >-.'.-... IO. J /.»,.-.-...,. .»,.•*, - - . .. - - tJavid Waddle, George Murphy ahd L, B. Tooley. Mrs. E. .T. Whitman Will bring the devotional. Circle 3, W, S.,C. S. of the Methodist Church, Mrs. Jolly Byejrs, leader, will meet in the basement of the church on Monday, August 2. at 4 p. m. With Mrs. Johnny Mc- Cafae and Mrs. Cecil Weaver as co-hostesses. : L\'^^J- •' REFRIGERATION! rlple Program Tuesday August 3 The regular monthly business meeting of Popular Grove 196, Woodmen's Circle, will be held Tuesday night, August 3, at 7:30 at the WOW Hall. All members nre requested to attend this meeting. Liberty Hill Mrs. James Vcss was hostess to the Liberty Mill Home Dcmonstra- ti6n Club Thursday aftfriioon,,.Tuly 22. [, Mrs. Leater Kent gave a report of the State Health Meeting which she recently a'ttcndcd in Little Rock along with four other HDC members and Mrs.\ Lorraine B. Small Differences In Official Count LCTTLE JiOCK 'JH O1y minor difte.-ences showed up today betwcn official and unofficial election rfttir.-rts in the first four county ballots to toe " cefliffcd. U. S; Sen. John L. MrClcllan and f(frmcr Gov. SidMcMath, canddates for democratic nom- infition i'"> the Senate, each received one more vote in Hot Spring county than the totals shown by unofficial returns. The Saliae County count was exactly l?Je same as the unof- •ficinl repiort, and there was little change in the Van. Buren and IndojxShdence county counts. The office of Willnim P. Bowen, Little Rock, secretary of the Democratic Central Committee, gaid that official returns from all counties probably would-be received by Monday orTuesday. PRESCOTT NEWS M6hday—August 2 Circle 1 of the Women of the Presbyterian Church will iheet on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Bcrrv Hesierly with Mrs. Ira Davis co-hostess. Circle 2 will meet at 3 o'clock In the home of Mrs. S. O. Logan Circle 3 will meet at 7:30 p. fn. at the home of Mrs. Ma:: Kitchen in Emmet. Center Club Has Fish Pry Members of the Center Recreation Club enjoyed a fish fry on Tuesday ovonihg at the club house Sardis 0-cer and Horace Jones furnished- the fish that wove fried by the ladies of the club. : There were 48 present. iWILBE-fEBIIEE- MAIN & COUNTRY CLUB RDS. •*' "Mac" Your Movie Boy, . ' Says: Sunday and Monday, we are t offering the biggest entertainment bargain in years. < Be sure to see the ad below." Here Are Some Continued from Page One tibns. Thy get other relief, too, including: More liberal treatment for research cxncnditurs. GVREATER freedom to set aside surpluses. The right to offset a less against profits of two prior years instead of one as now. Elimination for utilities of the 2 per cent penalty tax on consolidated returns. . , Greatly expanded depletion allowances, for mining companies. A cut-off date of" April 1, 1955 for the 52 per cent corporation trfx rate, at which .time it automaical- ly drops to 47 per cerit unlos:-; Congress continues -it again. : Colosseum, the of which still stands was"built between 72 and 80 A. D. J5>n'9 h _* Pn'y The Roman ruined skeleton No Anti-Red Legislation This Session By JAMBS MABL6W 'WASHINGTON I/PI in the time left before Congress quits for the year the target date is Aug. 7 It seems certain very little, of any, ahti-Communist legislation can get through. President Eisehhower says ho will be more than bitfcrly disap- ... . pointed if his administration's do- The August meeting will be an moqUc anti . Communist proposals ice cream social. j—•* — - ~ ... « . Wylie home demonstration agent. Mrs. Huron Light, vice-president, presided during the business meeting when the club decided to. hold its next meeting in the home of Mrs. Irvin Betts the third Thursday in August;- -. - , Mrs. Jewel Shields gave a report on the disciplining of children. Mrs S. C. Huckabee reported that it was»;tirhe for a fall 'garden. - e B. & P. VJ. Club Meeting ' The Business and Professional Women's Club met Tut'rHay evening n the beautiful back yard of Mrs. Miirio Chamberlain with Mrs. Veryl Morris and Mrs. Hazel Woosley, ci- •c«lesses. There wers 23 mombcrs present and six guests. Mrs. Watson Ward, Mrs. Chas. Thomas, Mrs. Bob Davis, Mrs. Julia McGough and Masses Alice and Lilti Grimes. lrs. Marie Chamberlain, president presided at the business meeting;. Minute? were read and approved after which committee chairmen reported on their wor!:. A letter wa'5 redd from National Headquarters ad visung the club that timo had!been extended to July 31rt, without a pefnally for paying dues. The Year- boiok committee reported that the yearbooks would be available at the next meeting; A motion was made to pay the Teen Age Club $10.00 for June and J.uly.'-Mrs. J. W. Gist, who was the Club delegate lo the State Convention in Hqt Springs and to the Bi- Annual Convention in St Louis gave a most interesting report on her trip and thanked the club for sending fter as a delegate. Delicious refreshments were serv 1 ed by the hostesses. ants, inside and out-sido Congress, express hope they will. But Congress has not passed a single one of the major request* made by President or Atty. Gen Brownell for new laws tc curb the Communists. The House has passed six pieces of anti-Communist - legislation, the Senate only one. The. latter is no' (he same as any of t,he six passed ty the House. Not one bill has been approved by both. RileyCan Retire But Not Bendix By HUBBARD KEAVY For Bob Thomas HOLLYWOOD </P> By Iho timo Chester A. Riley becomos a grandfather, he will be able to reiiro on r iis cut from "The Life of Riley." But, being an actor, William Bendix will not retire. "Because," explains Bonclix, star of the perennial .Riley series, "what good is nn actor unless ho is acting?" Riley irunle his bow on radio 10 years ago last January and continued for eight years on tho air. This week, Riley and his family are completing their 14th TV show. The scrios has paid well and will continue to do so. In addition to his salary, Bendix has a 25 percent interest in the show on reruns. Re-plays of tho series may hughes' contract actors. Let Bendix tell it: "Word suddenly came, 'sign Bent 1 ix,' and when Howard Hughes gives an order, RKO .iitmps. I don't know, because I've never talked to Hughes, why he suddenly decided ha had to have Bendix. I signed up after a little haggling for a strai&hi four yoars, and no options, at a big sal.iry. Well, it was $2,000 a week for 20S weeks. "After a few months I played a small part in a picture. Worked seven days. A few months more and I worked in another picture, for 11 days. Every week got $2,000 for nothing. Then 1his TV series got hot. We always wer. trying to pet ahead with 'Rilcys' because I never knew when 1 might get a picture rail. After all. I was getting a lot of money and if I was called, to work, I had to go. But the strain became too much. I either had to quit Riloy or Hughes. "So after two and a half years and 18 day;' work I got released from the contract. I had collector $260,000 well go on for years nr.d years, (that Incredible" in TV areas that lu-.ve not seen tho show via network and in other cities and hamlets .where stations nre yet to be built. And with dubbed voice, they could, and probably will, go on in foreign coun- tires for the next 50 years. "That is,'' cautions Bendix, "unless we run smack into -color. What then? I don't know. I'm afraid. but for what? Isn't Almost all the anti-Communist rftcr TV converts to color, that to be panted « moisture - coul retained.' . "' '?" , An auctiorj sale .-. -p donated art- les^ S fle;;idtef legislation has ben handled by two committes of Congress: The House and Senate Judiciary Committees. To see the handicaps ahead, look at the usual procedure before a bill can become law: Taking the House as a starter, first. the committee's subcommittee must approve, then the full committee. Then tho full House must give its okay. . On the Senate side, the committee's ' subcommilte must approve, then 'the full cornmfttoe, then the full Senate. ' But the full committee in Mrs. Ruby Stewart returned: to her home in El Dorado Tuesday after . a visit with' M.E. . and M r -S- Brozic Haynic and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon D'anner. .' ! icles 'from the. trca. report Clyde .,j,- ry'*t«iSB i. ftn Belts directed the re- Mrs. Martha Wells has had as her guest;;, Mrs. Granville Bright ot'Se'ymore, Texas, and"Mrs. C'/>V. Palmer and Dina Gay of Antiock, La. , ': "' . Mrs. Mettle Robinson has had as her recent guebts, Miss Rilla par- ter of Cheyenne, -Wyoming, jimd Leon Ncal of Bluff Cily. -' ; • creational per.iod./;Mrs. V^ss received- the ' package, The hoste'ss,"assisted by her daughter' Evelyn, served refreshments 4d. tho.^abAV£~.mShtioned and the following-: -Mrs, L. K-Huckabeo, Miss Be^rd, ' Mrs. • Mr. and Mrs. .R. L. Levmiart of St. Louis.snd Miss PatSy• Wajl^er of Nashviik-,- Tcnn., are the guests of Mr. »n:l Mrs. A. E.-McGuirtr. •, DN.&MON. Iww; starring Jobn PAYNE Mari BLANCHARD Dan DURYEA ALSO • Byers, Mrs^sYd -[Anderson, Mrs. ^ s! 'Mrs;. E. He'took what he wanted "from life and didn't care got hurl! JOHN GARFIELD .... LILLIE PALMER "BODY & SOUL" A Color Cartoon -M?-l, . • \\&* _ \w m^i | rAiMJi'J, Sunday - Monday Look! Look! Look • BARGAIN NIGHTS • A Whole Carload For ONLY 50C Sqnday & Monday! Bring the kids, the neighbor's kids, the " in-laws and the outlaws, too! ONLY 50c PER CAR TKe Scarlet Wps ola Traitor's Woman...the Flaming Onslaught of Scalp-Hungry Warriors! / , Olin Byors, ^afld^Irs, C. W. Tate. Bkvlhs'' • ' < Home management leader,,^ r-j-W. Leverett, gave some } ful hints on preparing clothes the 'laundry and -proper ways of hanging them - to make ironing easier, when the Blevins HD club met Thursday, July 22, in the home economics '• cottage. Mrs. Ralph Boyco." and :Mrs,. Tollett Taylor were hostesses. : • jrfr's; Taylor gave the devotional, followed by the Lord's prayer,repeated in unison. Plans were completed for the annua'l picnic in August. Members present were Mmes. W. T. Taylor, Elijah Stephens, P. C. Stephens, Ada Owens, Tollett Tayplor, Irvin JJrooks, Norman Jones, Hugh Crouch, Russell Stephens, Mittnu;n Tippitt, Cecil. Sewell,' /Clarence :,Leverett, Ralph Boyce, C. F. •'•' '^oodlett, W. 1J. Porh/npn, and Miss Edna Nesbitt. Also present wer.e; Mrs. 'Lorraine .' B.^jiVylie, hoine demonstration age"nt, Mrs. Arlis Adams, Miss Mary Ida Adam.^, Miss Evelyn Adams, all of Hope, Miss Fahire O/ek from Bursn, Turkjjy, and Miss lantha-.Don Hampton of Blevins. The Misses Adams gave a demonstration on preparing attractive and delectable salads. Miss Ozek told some very interesting things about her country, naming some of the differences and some of the likenesses o£ it to America. Mrs. 'Hampton led the recreation, after which refreshments were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs .Earl .Eppler, jiyvho were accompanied by four other couples, have returned from a week vacation in Mexico City. Mr Eppler won the trip in a sales contest. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Oliriger and son, Ray, of Little Rock have been the guests of-Mr. and Mrs. W. feSpears. .'•'-...• Herbert Dawson Jr. of Houston and Mr. and^.Mrs. W. B. Weller, Leslie and JbafSiof.^Bellaire, Texas, ?re the guests" Mrs. Mildred Dawson and Mrs. Faphiie Newth. -,, Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Munn ha.ve rs their guests, Mrs. Billy Joe Gist and Sharon of Little Rock. Mrs. Forrest Overton and daughter, Carol, of Gurdon were the Tuesday gues.ts of Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Munn> ,,,.,. House or Senate may never got around to acting on what its subcommittee blessed. Anc! even if the full committee also approves and sends a "bill up for a floor vote, the measure may never get called up for consideration. But even when House and Senate finally approve similar bills there can't be any new law if there are differences between those bills, The two houses myst theniron. out the .differences and;, .approve the compromise. • • ' . ; ,./ This is where "the anti-Comthunist legislation• stands': * The ronly bill passed by the Seriate it was in 1953 was one to give a witness -'immunity from federal .prosecution in return for testimony he'could otherwise refuse tn give under the constitutional guarantee against forced self-incrimi- natiori; T.his ; is s^till in 1he hands of .the 'House' "Judiciary Committee. Here are the .six bills,.-passed by 'the House, with .their present situation in the Senate: 1. The death penalty for peacetime spying. The Senate Judiciary Committee approved .it with changes and. it now ' awaits full Senate action., 2. A heavier penalty for harbor- in fugitives, such as, trie four Communist leaders 'wfib jumped bond after their"-'conviction several, years.-ago?-'Still not approved by the Senate committe. . 3. . Compulsory registration of Spies and saboteurs. Approved by the Senate committee and awaiting full Senate action. 4. Talcing away the citizenship iOf anyone convicted of advocating 'over throw of the government by force...The Senate committee has not aijted. . people won't want to look at black c.nd white any more." Any actor who looks down his nose at televisionis off his rocker, Bendix believes. The work is easier and there's more money to be made. Bendix likes, the work because each film re'qui ros orll >' three days' work. In tho fall, when ilming resumes, the company will work six straight days, making two films each week, and then lay off for a week. That, says Bendix, is wonderful. But not half so wondeiful as tllo iob he had for two and a half years as one of the inexplicable Howard State Minerals Are Key to Columbium WASHINGTON Titaniun VOTE FOR . . . Mrs. Kathryn Lou Franks (Wife of Cline Franks) Aldefmort Word 1 AUGUST 10 Pol. Ad Pd. for by Cline Franks^ Bee -T- Mite BefrHe and Termite Control Service Owned odd Operated by Guy Grigg Hope, Arkansas Phone 7-3445 109 S. Main All Customers are Insured and bauxite deposits in central Ar kansas may add to this notion'.' production of columbium rn im portant element used in the manu faclure of jet engines and stain less steel. The Bureau of Mines .said yesterday the Arkansas mineral deposits can yield columbium., or niobium an alloying element. The United States presently produces only one per cent of columbium it consumes. Last year, the U. S. used 750,000 pounds. Titanium deposits and bauxites in Arkansas are estimated to contain more than 75 million pounds of the element, but the bureau said further research is necessary before it can be recovered commercially. DIAMOND Enjoy Our Fine Foods SUNDAY DINNER $Brlng the family and eat Sunday^ . Dinner with us. . VCall us for Reservations. Any* size table reserved. We Specialize In Party Service. Anytime DIAMOND ; Cafe & Cafeteria > Dr. F. C. Crow Lists Plans for Campaign loes not compare with the seniority i session of the General Asembly Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Daniel have leturned from a-vacation in Miami, Florida, where they were the guests of their daughter, Miss Rebecca Daniel. Shoyep Springs The Shover Springs 4-H Club met with Phillip Gilliam Friday night, July 23, with Jack Ruggles, president, presiding- The song, "John Jacob Jingle Himmer Smith", was led by tho song leader. The secretary called the roll and read the minutes, There were 8 girls, 9 boys, 3 leaders, and 7 visitors present. Mrs. Lorraine B. Wylie, home demonstration agent introduced Miss Fahire O?ek from Turkey to the group. Peggy Rogers told how to make a pin. William Waldrw told how to rujse popcorn. The next meeting will be at Mrs QO England's home on August 12. i Fpshorn Leghorn Cartoon tTtes Airline Phllco One of Arkansas' Most Oomplfte TY Repf ir $*iops CO, Pirn ALkiN 7-^9 114 County ACP Continued from Page One Turner, Horace Bumpers, A. M. Hulsey. H - Deann • Biards Chapel: A.. R. Avery, Monroe Samuel, Johnie Ferguson, Richard Arnold, Irvin Burke, Noel Cummins, Jack Coffee, Jim Faulkner, Ralph Hale, Sidney Cash, I - Blevins - Sweet Home: 0. B. Montgomery, Arthur Sewell, W. T. Yarberry, Jack Cromer, O. 'L. Ward, W. U. Wade, H. H. Nolen, M. B. Phillips, Sanford Bonds,. G. H. Brotherton. J - Belton - McCaskill; Melvin Hooks, J. T. Rodgers, Melvin Askew, Harry Folsom, Emmet Sweat, J. L. Eley, Marshall Scott, Halford Myrick, Edward Rhine hart, F. A. Rhodes, K-Sardis-Ozan: Annie L. Claris- tian, Mom-oe Stuart, Fulton Amo- lette, Floyd Matthews, W. T. Hill, Guy Green, W, H. Worthy, Jefj Tollett, H. A. Dillard, O. Clark. L -Bingen: Rob gauford, Jarnes Shaddox, Glen Crov/el), Ciarenee Ross, Hugh- Davidson, Hollis Erwin, W. S. Leslie, .Lawton Cobb, Edgar Haynes.. Petitions signed by ten or more eligible voters favoring tho noin tion of a particular Jaimer ^ be received Ijy Uie Cpmmurt(tj Election B,oard at sny tim? no later than August 2, 1954. The names of til? persons tioned for will b,e included, pn slate of nominees % foiuid eligj ble and willing to serve. The names tsnd addresses of tlve Community Election B.oard are as follows; A * Stephens SpUftQlit • 5. se rials. as . appro nere has ull committee. 6. Requiring Communist and Communist-front organizations to ist all their printing" '-.equipment with the government. No, Senate ipjUing the- government to '.; information in court attained by some senators but at east that amount of senior stand- ng places our district considerably up the ladder from the bottom. A majority of the men serving ings. n the state's -highest law making body are trained in tho law. When first elected to the senate I was not trained in the law. t soon found myself asking others about the significance of this or .. . „ . that bill and asking what I should I ings for the National Guard m do about legally phrased bills that Hope. I took an active part m en- we enacted legislation that if approved by a vote of the people in November will provide for erecting county livestock show build- It was through exertion of energetic pressure that resulted in one hundred nine thousand sevcap hundred and fifty four dollars aiitl seventy eight cents ($109,754.78) being spent for constructing build- subcommittee vith changes, but action by tho ornmittee action. yC" In addition, here is proposed egislation wrecked or boxed-up: Brownell asked for stiffer laws gainst perjury. The Senate, corn- nitteed killed this. Brownell asked a law giving an mployer in a defense plant tho ight to fire suspected subversives A'hen the president declares an mergency. He also proposed that any or- ;anizatio'n t including a business or abor union, which ij Communist- nfiltrated must register with the government and dissolve. The Senate committee approved both proposals but the Huuse committee just about murdered both by uggesting, as a substitute idea, hat an 18-man commission be ap- jointed to study both problems and epovt back to Congress next year. The one administration proposal which got the most attention, Dr. Crow Slate Senator F. C. Crow today made the following .statement on'! his candidacy for re-election to the office of State Senator for a regular four year term from tho Seventh Senatorial District. "In announcing .my candidacy for re-election to the State Senate I feel humbled and grateful for the opportunity of serving in the state's highest law making body. In 1946-1 was elected from Montgomery, Pike and Hempstead Counties. I was re-elected in 1950 but soon after my re-election the state was redistricted and my new term was cut to a half term. In 1952 I was elected from our newly created Seventh District composed of Pike, Nevada, and Hempstead Counties. In accordance with provisions of our State Constitution a drawing was held and seventeen senators drew regular four year terms and eighteen senators drew two years and I happened to be one of those. I can think of only one other senator that had his term cut in two by redistricting and then received only a half term at the drawing.. And that other senator is running for re-election un-opposed. Due to a loss in population Southwestern Arkansas has lost a senator. Therefore it is imperative that the person most able to match ability with, the men of many years of experience representing the more populous areas of the state as a non-lawyer I could not understand. After returning home from my first legislative session I resolved to acquire a knowledge of tji£ law. In due time I graduated, frorri'La- Salle Extension University, receiving: my LL.B Degree and my State and Federal Law -Licenses. My seniority and"legal training now qualifies me for important committee assignments. In' fact I am now Chairman of a Judiciary Committee which is considered by many as the most important conv mittee of the senate. Only a lawyer, may serve on this committee. The largest business in Arkansas is the State Government. We collect and spend over one hundred million dollars each year. It is a business so important its management should at all times be entrusted only to men and women who possess inmate ability, unlimited energy, unquestioned pat rpitism and determination to carry the torch for the greatcsl government the inventive genuis of man the divine guidance of our Creatoi have thus far produced. A State Senator works in Little Rock two months each two years and only receives pay for those two months. The other twenty-two months of the two year period he must provide his own means of a livelihood. However during those acting legislation that resulted in approximately foi-ty thousand ($40,000.00) being spent at this time n remodeling the Armory at Pres- \vire4appinr. chance at all. probably has no twenty-two months at home there are many citizens that call upon their senator for aid. assistance, advice and counsel and many communities call upon the senator for rush trips, calls and letters to the Canitol or in any other matter that a State Senator may be of help. That 1 is why it is of tremendous advantage to the people of a district to have a senator that has a means of making a living and an established office or place of business with telephones constantly . maintained. If 3 man wants to make a two year living off a two month's pay job he could be a dangerous man. Could be too dangerous to trust with the cower to tax and the power to spend over $100,000,000.00 a year. Space will not permit the publication of all of our accomplish should be chosen as our State Sen-|ments but to.memtion a few will Hill, Jester Brown, tR. 1 Hope, B - Patmos D. M. Kent, Rt. 1, Patmos, C • Rocky Mound - Shover Springs, Howard Reece, Rt, 2, D - Hope, Cecil Wyatt, Rt. 4 , E - Fulton - Guernsey, H. j. Powell, Rt, 4, Hope, F - McNab Crp$s Roads, Mary Spates, McNab Ark,, G • Columbus • Washington, ftjels^n Fraztev. Washington, H - PeAnn - Pairds Chapel, Dexter Al- Rt. 3, Hope, J • Blevins • ojne, Guy l*oe, Rt. 5, J - McCaskill . Bejton, McCasWH, K Goodlett, Rufus Wolff. ator. It is'now definitely certain that of the thirty-iive senators who will serve in 1955 twenty-five will be men with previous legislative experience. Of the other ten posts seven are being sought by men with legislative experience along with men whose experience is not familiar to me. And only three senate seats wiP definitely be filled by gwe«t Scott, Sgrdls * 0?an, L election pf Community Com- men whose previous experience is not known to me. It has been my observation that the districts that are represented by svich men as lawyer-automobile dealer Roy W, Mllum, who began his legislative duties in 1921, Ellis M. Fagan, who began his legjslp tive duties Jin 1931, Bearden, Reav e? an4 lawyer-farmer Cloer, who began their legislative duties in the middle thirties seem to "bring home the bapon for their djs- tricts" and more or less set the policy of our state. rojtteemeo will be by mail and. a I j rpaU?e that my eight years of H9Uc§ p| election, s*n»le training and; slate that: I was able to make a major con- .ribulion toward promoting legislation that resulted in state funds being returned to each of our counties for our County Judges to use in- building roads. I have opposed bills that would require the aged, blind, widows and orphans to mortgage theii nomes to the state for welfare assistance. I have continually voted for aid to the age, destitute, blind and orphans, hospitalization foi cancer victims and pneumothorax treatment for the tubercular. Bu I'll admit sometimes I have beer out Voted. Many have been so kind as,to give me almost sole senate oredi for bringing back one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000 00) foi the erection of the Third Distric Livestock Show Buildings. This ii addition to the premium fund brought back tor the district anc each cpunty of our district. Anc we. rapst not target that at the las J.! wrote and procured the enactment of legislation that creat|$ .he University of Arkansas School of Pharmacy. A school that is now •ated as Class "A". I have been one of the leaders of the movement to make the University of Arkansas School of Medicine second'-to none. In fact one outstanding educator recently stated that Arkansas' School of Medicine is now one of the outstanding Medical Schools o£ the Western World. :•.. I have helped enact logislati that has resulted in Arkansas School Teachers being paid the highest salary the slate has overpaid them. We have accomplished all this without increasing the sales tax. A tax that hits the average working man. When I first sought election to the senate, if my memory serves me correctly, the only paved roads ' our district were in cities a towns and Highway 67. Now most if our state roads in the district ire paved or in the process of be- ng paved. I voted to take Highway User Tax off of farm gasoline. I authored the law that makes it a penitentiary offense for men to molest little girls. I voted to stop sending to Little; Rock tax money collected wi jur homes. Keeping the money lerc for schools and local govern- nent instead. Ask any city official what your senator has done the past eight years to help better finance various department of city a ;own government. I voted for the bill thatJ/ rresu ]t, d in the erection of a rncl nurnent i_u it.—i _J . — J —ft. . M Saturday, Jtrfy 31,- H 0 P i. .§ f **6* * A * A M * * 'BLONDIE Little Liechtenstein ACKOSS 3 Medicinal ! 1 Capital of ' 4 £° r ",°" ! 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DOWN ! 1 Modifies I 2 Biblical t mountain :o our soldiers that died, pjft jurg. in Civil War battle^ I wrote, introduced guided to passage the bill th|t , provided for the appropriation, < o f fifteen th.ousa.nd dollars for |h.j e res tora- .ion of the old Sta$e Capitol at Washington. r A I introduced the resolution that resulted in Arkansas^ ^vithdrawing from the World Govejp? rn ent merit. * ( n/ Being a disabled* 4 x -Marine, understand the piobje^s o f vet ans and their famiUe^ Therefore, I wrote for a fellow s jft ena tor a bill that is now law providing for th« state to aid in sending to college children of veteranf? killed in battle. Listening to the vc/ice of the people of our district E voted against the resolution that' provides for the assessing of a, 11 property at 100% its value. t> ^ It is my ambition w make for you my fellow Amercan* the best State Senator possible foi/ one to be and. effort to this end { pledge to you i£ you again hono>' me with your vote and say to> your neighbor "Crow has done a good job reprfl- senting us in the State Senate —• we can't afford to take a ehancf on making a change". Dr. F. C. Cro\y Ppl, Adv. Paid for by Dr, F. £ 02ARK IKI vcsy KIDS GOT Td QUlf USlS tHlS HOUSE FOR A £mbtff Cut! By J. R. Willlami »i ' WAMT OUT OUR WAY J ^3- « fe* 1 !.* By Midtltil O'M. VlC FLINT WANJf THAT PUT OUT IM TH' arm. •Ctpr 1«4 \>, NfeA Soviet lik T M Kit U S P« , WASH, TUBES BOTH WOR& BEfWE£K) HUB OCCUPANTS (] G.BT SET tO JNWfJftV OP THE BUILPIWS WA.TCH THE PW?W>& PROMT BOUMP ANP CAR TRUNK ViefiRBV.,, With Major Heople OUR BOARDING HOUSE ** IAU5>C DHOWMfi TUB SDUHP,! OP KVNNT EXPL&fiiaM'BBHINP TH60PPICE ' 16 60 A80AMNABL& AS TO B| ALMOST LAU6HABL&/I'M HALF SOMETOTTSRIM& BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES v * * ^ £tt^^^^^^ CVVDCOV ite*. VO\\V ,'OO'^.V, BUGS BUNNY 36, iN OP \THAT, SIPS,.. 1 PRBB... IT'S EATIN' THAT* , CQSTS . irVoOUSH.! By Her.Kb*rge» >'«.' ;£%•***.* -A^ci^^-ve-^v ': UTTUE OODNI OAODV ANJO WEN! ALLEY OOP T. M. Kit- U- 8. !•»*• Off. Ccpr. 1954 by NEA E«rvlt., In '"Anything else? All stocked up for.Sunday.iel_evi8|ori?." SIDE GLANCES By Golbraith Show me_wjjerejt^ays that in *«•'"* SWEETIE PIE By Nadine THI STORY OF MARTHA WAYHI K/"~"** &tfVN * fcKi WUJIPWTV Tl rJS£™*« 7 fiTW» WiTKmVETvHra, T. «.R»j4y. $•?»<• Olf-V pr. 1W M NEA 6sr.k«, Inc - -- - r*^'!^^?^^ 1 -:*"^?^* >lV s$y X'. "Give this Iftter * peek, Ethel! Pm tr/toi tp'cill th» 1 * <* W P» eri§ W 8( l M * r * ll? ' a nl9f lft *W '" r^Z: "Turn th«t watsr bwM flilL ^ .»^4 \jfM(lt . 4 ^^ to

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