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>'Vl '"r 1 """ " ' *'* ' " HOP! StAft,'H0M, JGnjHnforfr Office Oay Beffire Piftlica £i> I* 1 -JA.T Sc&i-fc j Sis SfeS. ** I ^A. J-T. jUj W-.U? ,t-^-~j; . £1- ..„ ,. Will nfit b« In Warit'iAd* edited to our ai )h*ertton of "ad,and H. W«ihbWn, Editor «, PublliUr •.;jon««,,,M«n««lni Editor *- - -"• - fly-' •• ^ef the Audit ; :lur*«y «f . IcirilpllofV Rotes (pqyo&ta'ln od- wriif-iin'Hope and neighboring ''A- Nevada,' TO BUY Men's Used Shoes. Reaves Bargain Shop. 31-TF pldg?, uDoHas=>2,C,Texos,v360 J5! , fenjAt* .^Chlcojjoflli llU^O; &"' K^BId^'t} t '"" * v-Q 7 ^*! ^ - itp'ttht.just'for republlcation tje'-Joca - oevV«7prlnt«Td,]ln'this * growth ot cut over timber ^| land, "Anywhere In Southwest Ar; kansas. Will pay top prices. Phone 7-2228 or see Ralph Saunder's. ' ' ' J12-1 M!O. BUJIJ1<AP ,b?gs; v prefer large feed .aocks/'Spllt/, Hickory 'Co., Hope. Ark'j 1,.. i.. ....'. . R-3i •v: ' P'ffM ^^R'O^a <W» »lS!itl* ^^M*^PlfMwi, i.-IP* 1 *' vV"*< ? ^ :rf -' J l?l/M»ii»|»Bi«fy Mkt. Wj&WWWN&i.*!,*. M f i',; nprlfli '»>"SSIW£KS«M".7"'i > ififtR*"^ I SHAMS " For Sole RED Spider lily bulbs. $1 pef §0»ipa!d wlthtft Arkafi.sa-s. Cheaper here. Arthur Gray, 0*an. July 64 Mofith blood Siamese kittens. Phone ' 2-Bt •BROWN'S ddwntdwn; -Browh try". Cffte, newly redecorated 'nfhple sealing capacity, fully Stocked. £o6d \Mf\g for man and Wife team. See Brown at BroWn'a 8'2 truck «top, Stamps, Ark. 5-Ot • • -- ' < Af 821 So4th Pihe t}ie owner says to tfutihi* irtice nnd sell - so We offer you this nice three bedroom homfe with 'small barn, pantry, yard, garden spot for only - $3,COO. 60. ON a nice 70 x 150 ft. shady coS ner lot, paved street, this three bedroom home is a real buy. Fine garden spot. Small barn. Located at-600 North Washintogn St, and priced for only - $3,750,00. CALL ' FO$TER REALTY CO. PR7-4G91 5-3't PolHical AniHHincefnenfs ft» «if I* tUtooriitd M •» i.ihti the foliowifii «i« ^if6r,ptrt)llcoOic»»iib. tfi« ictfon tit tt* CeffiJv CAIfftty dtt* J, Mlt)DLEfi»OOtt MH3, JotLYAmonette) BYERS iHtt iritf Coftlfttor , , tMxv CLAttO H. Aia«rm»n Ward thr«4 B. L. A. P Prbl«cUtlrtg Attorney SOYCE WElSENfiEftOEB TRAVIS MATHIS Alderman Ward Tour CHAttLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYERLEY 1 >•*' 4 " Plenty of «U$ED, TIRE -BARGAINS <•• •Ebfce'p'tionar values in 2 USED DETROIT JEWEL GAS RANGES Fully guaranteed pklahoma Tire & Supply A 1 TON console air conditioner. A< %' t&hi-,wiiidow unit Both Car* riers. Phone 7^2424. - 6-3t Wonted fo'r hdtise to' house consignment candy route. Selling exper- ' Jence not , necessary. We train A you pnd furnish car and nil merchandise. $1,000, surety bond required, No cash required. This is a proposition for an honest nnd hard working person to make a good living. - Write M. M. . Ha?f ig, P>* O. ,Box 2605, Charlotte, N.'C. ' , ! 5-3t Wanted to Buy 5-3t .• Help Wonted WAITRESS wanted,., apply in pert son 'only, Mac's Restaurant 40t ...E,-Third St. , 28-a For Repairs, Genuine Singer • Parts, and rental machines SINGER _ « Scwinq Center P'W " Free EsHniotes 4MB LOANJ Hope Builder'i Supply Co. f hone 7-2381 . THE BEAUTY BOX , »t "Air-Conditioned" '£ 9P«H,6 days' each week , . . Operators ... Rijth Hpelscher,' Model James and Evelyn Moore 112 South Main PRES(f OTT ROLLER RINK 9|d Fair Park Preicott, Ark, TOP'S Glau Cut and Installed. Complete Repairs, New and , Used Parts, Highway 67 West Dial ,7-2767 , Ark. Alderrh.n Ward Tw» JOHN S. GREENE t. a CTOP) PORTER ,, Alderfnah. Ward One lifts', KATHRVN LOU FRANKS JOE JONES for State Senate 7th District GENE LEE DR. F. C. CROW For City Attorney 1C. V. NUNN, JR. Funeral Directors OAKCltEST. FUNERAL, HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND &: HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 J7-lMo. ,. HERNpON CORNELIUS BURtAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents ^ J15-1 Mo. Reol Estate for Sale DOWNTOWN, /'Brown Derby" cafe'. Newly redecorated, ample seating capacity, going nic6 business, Jdeal for man and wife team. See Brown at Brown's 82 truck stop, Stamps, Ark. 31-6t BARGAIN 6 room house. In good repair. Garage". 75' x 150' shady lot, paved street. Within two blocks grade school. Owner says sell. 812 West Gth St. GREENING ~* INSURANCE & REALTY CO. REAL ESTATE, , -.INSURANCE, LOANS — TO BUY OR BUILD, SEE US — . . 4-3t Lowly Cubs May Decide Pennant Race By BEN PHLEGAfc Assotlatcd Press Spcrts Writer The American League petinaft chances . of Cleveland, j'tew York find Chicago now secrn certain to be decided in games against the 'ivc also-ran srather than in haful- to-hand coJnbat Wllh less than a third of the sen son remaining, the Srhtdule is run- Ring out of the so-called "cfUclai" Indians-Yankees-White Sofc series Cleveland has only five games left with the Yankees, Who trail by a game and a half and siic with .he White Kox who arc five lengths jack The Yankees met the White Sox just three more times. But still to come for Cleveland are 13 meetinsg with Detroit New York has 13 left with' Philadelphia and Chicago faces Baltimore 11 more times Cleveland leads the league today secause so far it has-had better uck against the also-rans than ei- .her . Chicago or NG\V , York The Indians have whipped, the "lowly ",ve" 57 times, while, losing only 14 Against the sam-j omiits the- White Sox have a 54-19 record and he Yankees 50-21 The Yankees gained a Sj-8 sea -son's advantage ovci' : . Cleveland yesterday by winning the final game of a three-part series 5-2 The White SOx ran ( thcir current winning streak to seven games vith a 5-1 triumph . over Bostdn Washington wippcd Detroit 4-1 in the only other American League action The New York Giants,held on to ;heir five-game edge over Brooklyn althougn they lost Q-| to Chit :ago The Dodgers won. 'Walloped 13-4 by St Louis Cincinnati at Pittsburgh and Mil waukee at,',: Philadelphia were ned out These wore, ,the first postponements in- either 1 league since July 7, although several ;ames.which had been started had Lo be called because' of bad weather Mickey Mantle led . the Yankee •aid into Indian, territory "with: two lome runs Joe Collins hit one Cookie Bob Grim, with late inning iclp from Johnny Salri. piisted his .4th victory Sain gave up 4hc only .wo Cleveland runs "<,a one-on lomer by Larry Doty iri the eighth The White Sox niauaQigil only 'ive hits off five Boston^, pitchers but they got them when th'ey count ed most Phil Cavarretta's two-run double in the first was the big For Rent Daily newspaper of the world had a circujation of 217 million'"^pf 1952 says a recent United Nations report which excludes most Iron Curtain areas. UNFURNISHED apartment,' 3 rooms, and bath, private entrance. Call 7-2890 after 5:30 p\ m. 4-3t 3 UNFURNISHED rooms, private bath, $30. utilities paid. 222 N. Louisiana. Phone 7-5583. 5-3t 6 RdOM Phono 7-3152, Gqod house, 810 West 4th. location. C-tf TWO modern unfurnished duplex apartments, 3 rooms with private baths. 423 S, Main. Phone 7-2286". ' 6-3t 4 ROOft! furnished apartment, private 'entrance, bath and garage, .Mrs,. K. G. McRae, Phone 6-3t MY HOJyiE located at 700 S. Pine, JVfc' 'W^clc fr'om school. New house'Jess than 2 years old, furnished, ' , 0-3t Lost MELON equipment. Rent $5 week. Chests, tables, trays, ice water Heg,'electric stove, lights. Boley's Courts, i 4-61 Notice ROOMS with board. Cooking at its besl. Clean, quiet, comfortable rooms with inner springs and attic ventilation. Hotel Snyker. 5-3t S.rvictf OfUrtd ; Ytw'H Enjoy Eating At T«E OAKS ft & Service Station TiRMITIS i-r 1 • . . ' * «i*V' *^ ^ ' '* ipv j5}& renovation »nd Jnner- spring work Cobb Mattress Co. 818 Soutb W»sbto8ton. Phone r r Mar. 4 President Sisenhpwer's phsyician Urges him 4;o. f ,P}ay golf often for the exerojse: FOR SCHOOl, BUS FAINTING JOROON'S BODY SHOP f ., " "•Tl ' '' L.l ts - '*• The Negro Community By Helen Turnir . Phone 7-5830 t Or bring Items to MlMiTUir at Hicks Funeral Horri* Mrs. Alice Burns of Chidester" died at her home Tuesday, August 3, '., Funeral arrangements are incomplete. John Gains of Mineral Springs died. Tuesday night, August 3. Funeral arrangements r are incomplete. There will be a Televised Elec- .ion party given on Hicks Funeral Home lawn Tuesday night, August 10, 1954, benefit of Bethel AME Church. The public Js cordial- y invited to attend to see and lear trie results of the election. Time 7:30 p. rn. A special meeting of the Sunset Lodge No. 1427 will be held at the regular meeting place Mpnday evening, August 9, at 8 p. m. Rev, E. L. Wilson Wordshipful Master, Asking all members to be present, B. B. Chapter Order of the Eastern Star No ; ,412 "will meet- Thursday evening, August 5, at Hicks Funeral Home, Time 7:30 p. m. Asking all members and of- 'icers to be present and on time. The Rev. T. O. Crudup of Warren will preach at Bethel AME Church Sunday morning,- August 3. The Rev. Crudup served as pre* siding of the the Prescptt Dip- trjct before going to Warren to pastor. The public is. invited to hear Rev. Crudup. There will bp a wiener roast and ffsh fry ( al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie English Saturday night,' August 7. The public is' invited, There will be Televised Election party given on Hicks Funeral Home layyn Tuesday night, August JO, 1954 fqr benefit of Bethel AME Church The public is invited to attend. NAtlOrUL LEAGUE . W L £ct. GB ffew York 68 S .646 Btooklyh . 34 <*S .5P3 & Milwaukee 57 47 .548 1Q'.' 2 St. ':Loais 51 53 .490 lC'/i Philadelphia 50 52 .490• lOVa Cincinnati 5l"5<5 .477 16' Cnicago - 44. Cl . .416 24 JPittsburgh 35'71 .330.331/2 Yesterday's ft(«sti!U i Cardinals 14, Brooklyn 4 1 Chicago 6, New York 4 i Milwauk.. at Philadelphia (pfrf, ifain) Cindnhatf at Pittsburgh raift) Today's Games Milwauko at New York (night) Cincinatti at Brooklyn (nigyt) Chicago at Philadelphia (night) St. Louis at Pittsburgh v2, night) AMERICAN /LEAGUE Cleveland New York Chicago Detroit Washington Boston Philadelphia Baltimore W L 72 ,')2 72 35 69 39 58 53 01 37 67 37, 09 47 44 41 Pet. GB .092 .073 V/3 .C39 3 .448; 25 V £ .431 27 .402.30 .356 35 .349 50' Yesterday's Results New York 5, Cleveland 2 Washington -1, Detroit .1 .Chicago 5, Boston 1: (Only games scheduled) Today's Games Philadelphia at Cleveland (night) New York at Detroit (night) Washington at Chicago (night) Boston at Baltimore (night) SOUTHERN Atlanta New- Orleans Birmingham Chattanooga Memphis Mobile Little Rock Nashville ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB 70 47 .598 68 47 -.581 2 67 50 .573 3 62 54 .534 7Vs 56,58 .491 12Vi 51 07 .432 19 Va 48 69 .410 22 42 70 .375 26'/z NiwOrtedns OwnsUod in Southern By frt'e ASsSfclateij PMisft New Orleans owned-'the Sofith- efA Association lead in an im- prfesslve 11-5 season record agaifst 16wty Mobile when the Sears" came to town Wednesday. Thfe powerful Pelfdaris fitured to build up their lead at the expense of the Bruins While Atlanta and Hirififngham knocked ertch other off. It didn't • tu'fri out that Way* Mobile- had. constlfucted a four- Efltrte Winning siirge ar>t! the Bears were not awed. They" dtfi'afled the P-eliean pennant express last night for the second ,tirne in a fow 3-1 and left N^w Orleans looking up at the Atlanta . Cfackers, iwo games ahead. Atlanta ! teed off on Birmingham pitching!for the third consecutive {iarne, humbling the Barons 14-3. Chattanooga stayed in, contention by .tripping Nashville 5'1, and Legal Notice Yesterday's Results jyienjph'is ,6, Little Rock .4(12 in- riingsK * -Atlanta 14, Birmingham 3 ^Chattanooga -5, NashvPlr 1 'Mobile 3, New Orleans it'. "" Today's Games If Memphis at Little rtock ^Mo"bile at-New L OrJe"ans [ Nashville v at Chattanooga [5 Atlanta' at. Birmingham SPATES -LEAGUE \ ' W L Pet* GB : 66''31 ' fiBO 61-' 'A& .f.29 5 .567 11 .423 23 .414 26 .289 28 Greenville , Bluff, i' ftldnroe - 55 42 41 r )6 41 58 28 09 : -_ .Yeiteryay's Results "'ttreenxille 7,. Hot Springs 2 Monroe ilr "Pine Bluft 8 Today'* Games Grenville at Hot Springs Monroe at Pine Bluff Meridian at El Dorado * By The Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION . Minneapolis 5, Indianeapolis 3 11 innings. St. Paul 9, Kansas City 3 Toledo at Charleston, postponed Columbus at Louisville, postponed. TEXAS LEAGUE Shreveport 9, Fort Worth 2 'San ,Antonio ( 4, Tulsa 3 Dallas $, Beaumont 2 Oklahoma City 9, Houston 2 Hogcm to Step Out as Fro Golfer PALM SPRINGS, Calif OB , Ben Hogan is stepping aside as golf pro at the Tamarisk Gauntry Club ;n Palm Springs and wiU be succeeded Oct 1 by Ellsworth Vines, a golf pro for the last Vines, onetime tennis champion Vines, a golf pro for the last 12 years, will quit tho sume day as pro at the Wjkhire Country Club in Los Angeles Hognn has been at Tamarisk since 1952 and is reported to have had a fjve- year conti-pct calling for a total of $9S,000 or. a four-months-a-year basis Americans make about 188 million telephone call s aday, blow as Bob Kegan won his 14th Mrs Alice jjohnspn, celebrated her 7,7th birthday Tuesday night, August 3, at the home of Mrs. J. W, ^Washington, Cake, jc'e cream and pwnch, was served tp twenty- three guests. Mrs. Leanna payenport lejt Wednesday to attend 'funeral seiv vices of her sifter In Mississippi. Mrs. Robert Rolfison and daij. fhter. Shirjey have returned visiting ?^t|ye tS a n <i A double by Wayne Belard and a single by A| Kaline ruined Bob Pgrterfield's shutojit bjd with two out in the ninth at Detroit out the , Washington righthander choked off th,e rajly in time f?r l)is Jlth tri- umpl> Mickey Yerijpn homered pff jpser,' Steve Gromek in the fifth. Stan Musial, who always has looked upon Ebbeti? Field as a real home away Ironi home drove in fpvep rwos in 'tft* Cavciinais 'ojw ? ided vjctpry in Brooklyn hit two JjQ,me rups, W* 3 each With two aboard,, and with f}y Jjome riuji in the inriine by JpJrnJe Banks and Miksis boomed the Cub's tQ over the Giant? hit into f»p sews NOTICE IN THE PRO&ATE COURT OF 'HEMf-StEAD COUNTY, ARKANS'AS IN'THE MATTER OF •THE ESTATE OF •''« - No. • 954 D.-F. WIGGINS, deceased- Last -'known address of decedent: -Route 3, H6pe,-Arkansas Date of death: .July 14, 1954' . 'Ah instrument dated December 5, 1951, was on the" 3rd day of August, 1954, admitted to probate as the last v will -.of. the. above named decedent, and the, undersigned has been ; appointed executor there- under. A 'contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petiti6n within the time provided by* law. All persons having-claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six 'months from the date of the, first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 6th day.of August, 1954. Albert Graves Executor, ' Hope,-Arkansas Aug.^6-13' Legal Notice RESOLUTION To'iWhom, it May Concern: • A meeting, of the Board of Directors -of Blevins; School ^District No., 2 of Hempstead ; County,- Ar- "kansas, was held at Blevihs School "in Hempstead 'County on the 12 day of April, 1954, at the hour of 7:30, P.'M. 1 All ^rn^mbers of the, board had du'eTjoHfe of the time^arid place of said meeting and the purpose thereof,'arid the following members were present to-wit: P. C. Stephens, Marshair. Scott,' Noel Moses, : and Ralph -Boyce. Being a quorum. The 'U following. 'Resolution was adopted: Be it resolved, that this school bpard ; in accordance with provisions of Act 384 'o'f the Acts of the General Assembly of 1953, will file application .-with!'the.. Stale Board of Education for a.lban from the Re- volvipg Loan Fund in amount of $2,"5CO.OO; to,be evidenced by'a Certificate of indebtedness and to be retired over a period of 5 years frohr:revenues accruing to general fund. 1 , • The proceeds • of the loan will be used for: the purchase of a'school bus. Aug. 6 Legal Notice •IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY, COURT ALBERT STUART .... PLAINTIFF ' VS. LUCILLE -STUART ..DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The 'Defendant, Lucille Stuart, is hereby warned, to appear in this Court within thirty, days hereafter and answer the" complaint of Albert Stuart, Plaintiff herein. WITNESS My hand and seal as Clef'k ,of this Court on this 15th day of July, 1954. v Garrett Willis, Clerk (SEAL) July 16, 23, 30, Aug 6 Legal Notice PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 44 BE IT RESOLVED fry the Senate ot the State of Arkansas and by the HOAJSC of Representatives, a Majority of all the Members Elected to Bach House Agreeing Thereto: That the following is hereby proposed *• ai) amendment to the Constitution of th* Slate of Arkansas, and upon beinc submitted, >o th« electors 9f the SUt«i for approval or rejection it the. n«wt general Election for hcpre- (Bntatjv* and Senators, if a majority qt (hei electors voting thereon, at such an election, adopt such amendment. th« sim* shall becom« a part ol the Coin»titution of (he State of Arkan- 2** 3 . *»» t .to-wlt: (ON 1, Frsm »nrt Uter th« of thl« »men(<.ment, the term ,.»» ^ycpw. «* °>« st »t« ri««» «ha 1 b« (our year* and - -"Vfirnor «hall not b« eligible , VIccMd, Btmseif. Provided how-- y>i»,Jm»ndm*irf «ltnU not apply -..-J--J Governor t« be held date MI «ctlv« for any uvte ^jw- 4 K»vV ta 11* fcin ,»««? from l*» n? Pr§ht Resuffs in Glory for All CHICAGO (UP) There, was F,1ory for everybody to-lay after Jimmy Carter's battle with Glen Flanagan in the Chicago Stad'iu'm tilt Carter was still on -\ clear path towards a chance to become the first scrapper ever tJ regain Memphis went 12 Innings before nipping Little Rock 0-4. Mobile's Bob Hoffman stilled the big New Orleans bats with a six hit gem rnnrred .only by Scooter ICoshorek's hofrier In the rixlh. Leo Cristante, ace of a suddenly brilliant Atlanta hill corps, registered his 20th victory in the Cracker rout at Birmingham. Roy Hawes .slamnU'rt iwo homii 'runs, topping his entire 1333 output, to help ex-reliefer Mike Dzing- elowsHi throttle • last-place-' Nashville. In the hefclis <;crap at Link Sock, the skidding Travis twice csme Up with two-run rallies'to tie. but- fell for the 10th , straight time whdn Memphis scored twice in the 12th. the world Hghtweisht crown twice. "He's the best boxer I ever lought," Carter 'said, ratine ns •vsriquished opponent as even better , than Paddy De Marco, who beat him in a 15 rouml docisio^J to take away the 135 pound crown he once held. • ""You're a cinch to get the championship back," Flanagan told the winner. "He woa't touch you." Carter, in gaining his Gth »win in 93 fights had little trouble with Flanagan, feeling him out in th.fi first round and counter-punching his way home with oasu the rest of the way. Legal Notice PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL . AMENDMENT NO. 45, fiE-IT-fiESOLVED by th6 riouse of Representatives of the State of.Ark- ansas, and by the Senate; a Majority of all, the Members Elected to Each House Agreeing Thereto: THAT THE FOLLOWING is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of .the State' of Arkansas, and upon being submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at the next general election '-. for Representatives and' Senators, if a majority ot the electors Voting thereon, at such 'an election, adopts such amendment, the • same shall become a part of the Constitution ot the State of Arkansas, towit: SECTION 1. .The Executive Depart-' ment of this State shall consist r of a, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, .Treasurer of Slate, Auditor 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 t^o years a'nd until their successors are elected and qualified. SECTION 2. The annual salaries of such State officers, which shall be paid in monthly installments, shall be as follows: The Governof, the sum of Fifteen Thousand ' Dollars (J15.000.00)'; the Lieutenant Governor, the sum of Three Thousand and Six Hundred Dollars .(.$3,600.00); ..the. Secretary .of State, the sum of Seven Thousand and Two Hundred Dollars ($7,200.00); the'-Treasurer of State,- the sum of Seven Thousand and Two Hundred Dollars ($7,200.00); the Auditor of State, the siifti -of- Seven' Thousand and Two Hundred Dollars ($7,200.00); . the Attorney General, the sum of Eight Thousand Dollars ($8,000.00); and the Commissioner } of State Lands, the .sum of Six Thousand Dollars ($6,000.00). "SECTION 3. The above mentioned State. Officers shall be elected by the qualified electors of the State at large at the time of the regular general election for voting for mem- ;bers of the General Assembly:--pthe returns of each' election therefor shall be sealed up separately and transmitted to the seat of government by the returning officers not later than tlie last day of November of the year in which the election Is ,held, and shall be directed to the Speak- £r of' J "thei'House df" 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,. ttf ex* Legal Notice . CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 43 SB IT RESOLVED by the of the State of Arkansas and by the House of Representatives of the Stata of Arkansas, a Majority of All Members Elected to Each Mouse Agreeing Thereto: . , . That th< following is hereby pro* |joSed as an amendment to the Con- 1 sHtution of the State of Arkansas, and upon being submitted to the electors ot the. State for approval ott. rejection at the next general elecOwl for Representatives and Senators, fflr • •majority of the electors votlhff thereon, at such ah election, adopt *uch amendment, the same shall become a part of the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, to-xvlt: SECTION 1. No nd-valorem tax shall be levied upon property by the State. A County, city. Incorporated town or School district may levy a tax annually upon property therein at Its market value for the purposes an* subject to the restrictions now pro- Vlded by the Constitution: except that where the Board of Equalization hereafter created has for the *' r j|"\ time equalized the assessments of projlgt 7 irty In any county at its market Value and has certified such fact as provided In Section 5 hereof, thereafter the tax levied for any such local subdivisions shall be a total tax for all purposes and shall not exceed five: (5) -mills for .the county, eight (8) mills for any city or Incorporated town, and twelve (12) mills tor any school district, on each dollar of the assessed value of the property there-. In, exclusive of taxes levied by 1m- proVemcnt districts, and exclusive of taxes .levied for local Improvements in towns and cities as authorized by Article 19, Section 27 of the Constitution, Provided, however, there shaj^j be set aside annually an amounv/ equal to the maximum amount collected for the retirement of each Issue of outstanding bonds during any year prior to. the year of the collection ot taxes wherein the aforesaid maximum rates have become effective, to be used for the retirement of such bonds as provided by the terms thereof;- and the tnx shall never be less than that necessary to produce such annual amount until the bonds have been retired, or sufficient funds .have been set aside for their retirement. As to bonds Issued after the date of the certification that assessments. have been 'equalized at market valufj In any county,'the maximum tax rotes herein provided may not be exceeded except- when necessary to prevent or cure a default. . Where assessments of benefits In any Improvement district are based on the assessed value* of the property for/state or county purposes, the assessors of the district shall. have the right to equalize all future assessments of benefits; and for this pur- PQS j e__roW,_redu9e.,the valuations to the extent thai^such .valuations have been -increased by' reason'. of this amendment. t ' SECTION 2. The tax shall not be levied upon any property now exempted-* by the Constitution from taxation. \J> SECTION 3. There tig hereby created a Board of Equalization which shall assess at Its market value property used In the operation of public utilities, or such. other; property authorized .to be taxed by the aforesaid political subdivisions; as the General -Assembly may dlrept, The total assessed value of all public, utilities shall be apportioned to the various ceed ttirce. days, unless called' Into special session by the Governor, At . , .., ,., , . . such session of the General Assem-\!-«*n»ntles, cities. Incorporated towns bly, -.. and upon both Houses betog H *'^' ? ' «" h "" 1 Hi««w/.f« a * i« ™>v nr organized, the Speaker of the House* of Representatives shall open and publish the votes cast and given for each of. Uie officers hereinbefore mentioned, in the presence of both Houses of the General. Assembly' The person having the highest number of votes for each of the respective offices shall be declared duly elected thereto; and shall immediately begin His term of office; but if two or more shall be equal, the highest In votes for the same office, one of them shall' 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 (60). days, . which meed not be continuous, at the seat of government every two 'years on the first. Monday 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 lain of Twenty-four Hundred Dollars ($2,400,00); except the Speaker Of 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 such salary the members of the General Assembly shall receive Ten Cents (JOc) per mile tor 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 Eha.ll 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 provided. 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 and the compensation and expenses of the committee's employees. SECTION 5. (a) The General An- •einbly shall from time to time provide for the salaries and covnpensa> tlon of the justices of the Supreme Court and for the salaries and expenses of the judges of the Circuit and Cha'ncery Courts ol this State; provided, that such salaries and compensation" of th<? justices o< the Supreme Court and the salaries and expenses of tl)e judges of the Circuit and Chancery, Courts shajl not b« (ess than now provided by law. (b).Tlie Geneva) Assen^bly shall b* law determine the amount and method. of payment °t salaries to 'th* Com- mlssioners of the Workmen's com,' pensation Commission; provided, that We salary o| any Commissioner shall not bij Jess than now prpvided by (c) T}i« General Assembly law determine the amgunt »n.!j e the of sa ^ . ot payment of salaries of county of* ' ^ *1?» ficials 'Nothing herein *1»11 be ied «s abrogating »ny rights ot ied «s abrogating »ny rights ot thi pie q| the State of, Arh9nsa.« r u.ndjSr r school dtetrlcts as la now or hereafter be provided by law. Until.; such time as the assessments of property in any county are equalized at market value, the proportion of the tofal valuation of any utility allocated to any county, clty/f Incorporated town, or school district* shall be adjusted by applying thereto the .percentage of market valuel at which the Board determines prop-' erty la therein assessed. SECTION 4. The Board of Equalization shall see that all property is I assessed - which ;;ls required by law to be Assessed, and to this end shall assess property which the tax as- sesspr of any county has failed to assess, after notice and hearing by the Board. SECTION 5. The Board of Equalization «ha4 equalize the assessments of property In each county at its market value, and for that , a or a purpOift It shall classify property according tcL t type, use thereof and income there- from, and prepare and prescribe * method or formula for use by it and the tax assessors of, .the various counties , in determining the market value ijf property or classes of- property; and shall reassess property not as- ^essed in accordance therewith, after notice and hearing by the Board. Eacht year when the property In any coun- •ty has been equalized at its market; value »s herein provided, the Board. of Equalization shall certify such fact I to the county clerk. SECTION 6. Within the time and! manner provided by the General As- 1 sembly any taxpayer or ahy of thj-fc aforesaid political subdivisions a»ec(cM may appeal from any order or de^ clslpn of the Board of Equalization to the Chancery Court of the County >n which the property aflected is located, except that .any appeal from an order or decision affecting property of public utilities assessed by the Equahzatipn Board shall Ive taken to the Chancery Court of Pulaskt County. The Chancery Court shall try «ny such cause de novo. Either party may appeal ftom any adverse dec(slon of the Chancery Court to the Supreme Court of Arkansas where It shall bq heard do novo on the record. SECTION 7. The Governor shall an* point three resident electors as mem"* |>ers of the Board of Equalization, who shall respectively serve, as determined by lot, four, eight and twelve .years from Ihc date of their appointment, and shall appoint a suc- (?essor of each, who shall serve for • term of twelve years; which appointments, including appointments m the event of a vacancy, shall be subject to ppnfirmation by the Senate. The members, may be impeached, or removed from office as provided '"'c^fle 15 of the Constitution. SECTION 8. The total expenditure for any year for all purposes by »ny county, city, mcorpprated town o school district, shaU not exceed th amount of the budget for that yearj or the amount of revenue, whichever valorem YpwtiffH WA snau oe levied upon property by any county, city. 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