Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 7, 1954 · Page 11
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Hope, Arkansas
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«"•.'«, 5 NEWS , r-- " e pro- alnwtt, d Mrs. LirtdSey , session con( Mrs. were '&> ttohiinat- tf«? v Sfettfe' Robl. Whitd and Mrs. Alec 6ordon, Gil Wdlly t»ittman, Andy idKilrty Dickerson, Rich- artd " 'Jimmy Graham were dBtt sticks with vni-io-i, ilern? tied 1H bandana handkerchiefs." After games wer^ played the bif- cake and ice cvenrn \vtre * ;MfS. bfllliB Atkins Entertains v WftdCiesdly Club , Colorful arrangement's of garden bldssohis were plflfced at i-oints of" ,i*jtere'st 1H the home of Mts. DalliB Atkins oft Tuesday afternoon when [id entertained the Wednesday Brl- 'e Club, The high score pmc vet won by Mrs. H. tt. Mekenzio and thc> cut priie by Mrs. J. T Wort'iinfon. A^deleclabie dessert com no was Served td guqsts Mrs. COD fipyiiolds ( slat 6n one of the luxury lines. "TO bewi with," he began with. *'lhfere are 2,500 crew members 6fl c bl those 3 shlfis. Each one of lhem;has «f> aulograpn book bf his owfi, or else he is corrylnp on" of his dauuhter or son. You have to sigh each one of then*.. "then lhare's th:> chip's photof- rapher. Ha tecs to it thnl yf>u pose Tor pictures with every other passenger obtainable. Then he sells thchi to the pass nt!3r<3 for five Bob of fifty cents or whatever He makes his ;iving that way. "And of Course every par'-sc-ngc- has two cameras cns.--cror.sed on their Chests and they want a picture With you. If you're \n the chade, they want you out in tho It you're in tho sun, they n in tlic shade. 1? '- ,1. > iesterl^ -was hostess 'S. ( d. s. of at her Sam Vick > conducted F.' John Plltman, Mrs. Mark JustiSs, M?S. A. V. Rcgnicr, Mm. Worthlngton and to momlipts Mrs. Allen Gee, Mrs. W. S. Regan, MI<J. Harold Lewis, Mrs. Gtus IVIcCaskill, Mrs, DudUy Gordon, Mi" Munn and Mrs. McK-sn/io Basil Mrs, Jim Sloan, Kitty Clay, Johnny, Jim, and Cynthia Ru'b returned to their home 'in Little Rock Tuesday after a visit with Mr. .and Mis. W. Teeter. Mrs. C. C. Mitchell, Micses Catherine Jane and MsrgAref, Ann Mitchell, June White, Mary Jcwcllo Herring and Sue Clark spent Tuesday in' liiliie Rock» and attended the Back ' to ,. College Fashion Show. '"> ^ Legal Notice • Mrs. '3. f. McRne returned Tuesday from Memphif? whoiv she has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. G. Andrews.,, Mr. apdTMi*S. Neil Mocks have returned 'ttfrom Little -flo':k where they were ,the guests of Mis. Bill Harl and Larry. NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF H6MP8TEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF No. 053 J. P. Brundidyo, deceased Last known address of decedent: Hope, Arkansas Date of death: July 29, 1954 An instrument dated May G, 1941, Was on the 3rd day of August, 1954, admitted to probate as 1 the last will, of the.above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executor thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a pe- -tition 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 7th day of August, 1954. O. A. GRAVES Executor » - Hope, AVkansas Aug. 7, 14 ;,'Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Coloman re- 'WWlW-t *SWV"« >• M»(V ffconducted, a '' -''' MrsT'Clarke White and Sid Davi« v^iere, called* to Little 'Rock Wodncs- dax due to tlie serious illness of their mother, Mrs. John A, Davis, jyho-is'a pailent in v Bsp*,is,t Hospita 1 . wore accompanied Wallace 'Pomberton. by -Mrs. ilngram spent Wednesday Springs with nis sister, Mrs 3r£i Davis, who is ill in St. Josephs ^Hospital* >- -- t* c t V * :\ i > TTi Stars Usually Find fans Can a Nuisance Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE PROBATE .COURT NOTICES >.By .BOB HOMAS jHOLLYWOOD IA1 "I Juve my 3 f ns,v gua l ncs many a mo\'e star Not so Gary Grant. says bluntly what most stars ^ probably feel; nuisance, ' There's a certain Fans can bo a irony about .When they, are yiuag, they like the dipkens to be recog- hl?ed. Then, when thpy reach stardom, they try to conc'eal ihem- s^lves. A,ft,?r talking to Grant, I an why. ... It a.1,1 began quietly enough whon the set of "Catch a lissp , -i* -1 Chiefs" <,The elegant Grunt, who fan's n^ore stylo than ahy male star you pan /rnenxiop, was loungnig in j){s dressing room, So t asked him ^ibpuf ,the freighter trip* ho and h,!s w'fe take. She's Belsy Drake, the , actress. v ^Grants hayo trevsled^ to all Notice is hereby given that the following: Administrator, Executor and.Guardians have -filed their Annual and Final Settlements with the Probate Court of Hempstead .County, Arkansas, for approval and confirmation, to-wit: "Annual Settlement of the Citizens National Bank of Hope GuartH,an of the Estate of S'hirley Ann Beasley, a minor, filed July 15, 1954. Annual Account of Syd McMath, Guardian of the Estate of James Luther Stephens and Marjorie Jean Stephens minors, filed July 15, 1954. ' Annual account of The Stqte National Bank of Texarkana, Guardian of the Estate of Ruel L. White and Lucille White .minors, filed July 17, 1954. First and Final Settlement of Mrs. W. E. Monroe, Administratrix of the Estate of William Edward Monroe, deceased, filed July 28, 1954. First and Final Settlement of Rpsa Harrie, Executrix of the Estate of Rosa Shipley Crews, da- ceased, filed July 29, 1954. And all persons interested in the above name.d estate_s are ordered to come forward and file excep- tions'if any they have within Sixty (60) days from the date said settlements were ;filed, or .they will be forever barred from excepting such accounts or any item ^thereof. Harry Hawthorne Probate Clerk of Hempstead County, Arkansas. By Arthur C. Anderson, D. C. Aug. 7 Legal Notice ^ parts/ f pf>the woi'ld on freighters, pfid. I „ w,oi}{Jered why he favored jthevn, He rbBcam,a oloqueni, as h t'e^orjbed voyage of a movie Byers Watermelon Stand 5-CURVE 3rd $ ?hpver VOTE FOR , , , Mrs, Kothryn Lou Franks ^ (^yifp of ,Q!|Jie Franks) * Alderman Wqjrd 1 ' AUGUST 10 a Pd. for bv Cline Franks Bee - T - Mite If ttje ond Termite CojntroJ Service Owpd end Qperated by <lwy Grigg - '^ COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, entered pn tho 1st day of July, 1954, in a cause pending therein, wherein National Eauity Life Insurance Company was plaintiff and Vance Oakley Lane, Ola Mae Lane, and Mrs, Louella Lane, were defendants, the undersigned as Commissioner appointed by the Court will on the 21st day of August, 1954, offer for sale at public outcry to the highest bidder at the East Poor of the Court House at Hope, Arkansas, the follpwir^g lands to : wit; The Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter , (SWV4 NEW except about seven (7) acres in the northeast corner thereof, toeing all that part of said Southwest Quarter of Northeast Quarter (SW/4 WE 1 /*) lying and being North and East of the branch running in a southeasterly direction through the Northeast part; the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (NWV4 SEV4> RHd the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter CN& SWV4 SEW ; all In Section Six (6) Township Nine (9) South," Range Twenty-six (26) West, Beginning at a point 660 feet north of the Southwest corner of the, Southeast Quarter 0f the Northwest Quarter (SEV4 NWVi> of Section EigW (8), Township Nine (9) South, Rang? Twenty*#* (8?) West, runnJtag toence North 8M5 degrees Ess); gaas.l feet, W»«»w fort* 1 85 degrees West 481,8 /le,ek thence North 9 degree »w 3Q West 4g5J f.eet, Hmce North. Degrees West $864 , ieet, *he North 43 .degrees West 37J.7 *eet, West JS85-3 *«?t. ^« leet to- point of begin- -v'-'?-^f, r ^ . ,. fc P £ SfAR* ft dPl, ARKANSAS SotarJay, Auqusf f, 1984 v t i' Sflhmfsv,- ?, 1954 ARKANSAS fljree Sale will he pn crpdit erf a d the to e.feei to pay cash. w h,a P»rph,aser may • or- HIGHWAY PROTECT IT WITH YOUR VOTES FOR GOVERNOR FRANCIS CHERRY TUESDAY COMPARE Miles Improved Under Contracts 853.19 659.90 Yesterday was a memorable date in Arkansas •Highways and Purchasing History. It was on August 4, 1950 — as reported .and criticized in Highway Audit Commission report — that Highway Commissioner Orval Faubus made the motion at a .Highway Commission .meeting which set the state fbr the biggest .truck deal ever pulled in the state's history ,up to that lime. < • 'That ~wds on", Friday.. The next Sunday, at their campaign headquarters, Highway Commissioner Truman Baker closed the deal with Red Crawford of Benton for 120 motor vehicles — without public notice, without w f r it- ten or;oral notice to other automobile dealers, Firs* 18 Months of Cherry Administration (With Non-political Highway Coifi- mission) (No New Bonds No Tax Increases) first |18 Months of Wrecking Crew Administration (With ;Faubus T. Baker, Grain, Adams et al .on .Commission) $14,000,000 of New Bonded Debt Added Gas Tax Increase Proposed, but turned down by legislators. MORE MILES OF Money Applied to Contracts $26,007,299 $26,477,680 7-§4$1 Between 8 A, M* and 4 P, M. Calendar Saturday August 7 Members of Clara Lowthorp chapter of the Children of the Confederacy will be entertained Saturday morning at 8:30 by Mrs. H. C. \Vhitworth in her home at 318 f^. •ft Main. Monday August 9 Miss . Arthadalc Hefner,' bride- cloct of Louis Dean Good of Tex- nrkana, will be honoree at a kitchen shower, in the home of Mrs. Claude Lauterbach and hp'r daughter, Miss Sara Lauterbach on Monday .morning, August 9, from 10 to 12 o'clock. Other hostesses will be Mrs. Charles Graham, Mrs. Hollis Luck, and Mrs. Percy Per- on Monday at 3:30 p rri. The Unity Baptist Senior Ladles Auxiliary will have their regular weekly meeting at 2 p. m. Monday. Star Is Bom Termed Judy's Greatest By JAMES BACON Pop Bob Thomas iffi --. New Era Is Btgunby Cinemascope Next Week local mbvlegbers The Y. W. A. of the First flap- list Church will meet in the home of Mrs. Dannie Hamilton on the Rosston road, Monday at 7:15 p. m. Circle 1, W. S. C. S., meeting will be held Monday at 3:'30 p. rn. at the church. The: meeting precedes the union meeting. Monday August 9 '"' " Thb Business Woman's Circle of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday night, August 9, at 7:45 in the home of Miss Ruby McKee, 1329 South Elm street. The Wesleyan Service Guild vvill meet in the home of Mrs. Pansy Plumlcy, 1411 South Hervey street, Monday night at 7:30. The Willing Workers Auxiliary of the' Unity Baptist Church are having a meeting at 7:30 p. rn. Monday, ' ' Born" finely wound up f.liooting the other dt.y after 10 months and some six million dollars about double the time nnd coFl intended. The film may well bo Judy Garand's greatest — and; last movie One producer whd pleads nrion- mily discloses that it is doubtful t any Hollywood studio ever will ire Judy again. "1 understand that hrr perform- \nce on screen is worthy of nn Oscar" the producer pays. "I also know that her perform- mce off screen 'is worthy of Mario ,anza. I know thst she has aged ack I. Warner 10 years." The sami; sotltce ...reveals'.that Warner threw up his hands when he budget passed 3 l ,£ million. Ho old Judy and her producer hus- will get their first view '"\ Star Is rnaSc °l 3e ' the new Circle 4. of the W. S. C.. S. will meet in the Fidelis Classroom at the • church on Monday afternoon CTat 3:45. Circle 1 and Circle 2 of the C. W. F. -of the First Christian,Church will meet in the church parlor FOR YOUR and'without any j bids • IB whatever. r •It was a typical deal jbf the period Faubus was on the High way-Commission. There's no mistake labout it — 'Faubus and his henchmen want to get their hands on the highway, money again T- . tj In the next two years; the -Highway Department will'hove $80,000,000 in state funds and federal aid. •Let's build highways with it. MOlxt Miles of Primary Highways 352.28 In the Cherry Administration^ First 18 Months 268.30 In "Wrecking Crew's First 18 Months '" Miles of Secondary Highways- 500.91 Miles In Cherry Administration First 18 Months 391.60 Miles In "Wrecking Crew's" First 18 Months In the Next 2 Yeans, the Highway Dep't. Will Have $80,000,000,00 of State Road Funds and Federal Aid!! MAKE SURE IT S SPENT ON HIGHWAYS NOT FOR POLITICAL PLUNDER MAIN & COUNTRY CLUB RDS. • Tonight Only • 2 - Big Features - 2 Last Lawless Haven 1 for Renegade Murderer . . . and Outcast- Woman! Re-Elect GOVERNOR •', • ',' SECOND TERM A UNlVESSAMNTEHNMIONil fICTUlt lOELMcCREA YVONNE OE CARLO e ALSO* "'• The First Baptist ..Beginner and rimary Sunbeams will meet at a. m. Monday. Wednesday August 11 Mrs. Sam Williams will meet vith. the Unity Baptist G. M. A t 6:30 Monday night. Thursday, August 12 The Young Adult Group of the First Methodist Church will have a pot-luck supper at the church Monday night at 7. Baby sitters be provided children, i for the smal Miss Kelley To . : Be Guest Of • • ' .' Wesley Club On Sunday evening, August 8 Miss Dorothy Kelley, Hope Dis ;rict Rural Worker, will be gues of the Wesley Club at the Firs Methodist Church. in Hollywood Studios DOROTHY DIX f /emee's W0fl$ Ifk Her bear Miss Dix: I have been go-| ing steady for a year with Roger, .old girl With a who is a college junior. We got a-jf"* ^«n^-J&_™i* until the other evening whim I mentioned marriage. Then he; came up with this problem. WWen he finishes college, and starts he feels he should .pay. my lion in ttonywooci siumus t( y workf he feeU he should pay. greater than that created j back to hls pare nts the money, 27 years ago when motion pic 1 lures iound their .voice. The event is to take place Siihday ,al the Saenge'r theatre when Twefi^ tieth CehturyfF.o'x'V CinemaSbope production of "The Robe" in color by Technicolor makes its debut. When the motion picture found its voice in 1927, ' and with the addition of color a few years later, it was believe that the acme in film entertainment .had been reached. Now Cinemascope .brings a new ''panoramic < scope ;tb .the screen whichi gives the audience a sense of participation while aCt chieving the illusion of depth. they spent on his .tuition etc, He worked for part of the expenses. I; Seel he's hot-considerate in this matter. His people areh't wealthy and it did take sacrifices to put him through school, but I contend that the future belongs to him. and me. SARAH D. , Selflth Attitude Answer: That's a selfish way of locking at things. Your idea Is that the young man should be considerate — but.only .of .you.. After alii Sarah, you brought up the subject of marriage, not Roger. Perhaps he had an agreement with his family to pay back some of the CinerhaScope, pioneered and money spent on him or perhaps he developed by Twentieth Century^shaft and relief carvings depict charging Arkansas infantrymen ind the ship "The ,Ram'' in action On the .Cront pedestal is the inscription: "To the Arkansas Con- 'ederal soldiers and sailors, a part of a nation divided 'by the sword and reunited at the altar o[ faith.." Gov. Hu.lli White of Mississippi and Park Superintendent J. R. Me- Conaghie accepted the memorial from Laney. The Arkansas-Vicksburg Memorial commission headed by Neil Bohlinger handled tin; erection of the monument. Fox, makes it possible for the camera to "reach out" to each side as the eye does and compress a wide angle screen on a narrow strip of 35mm film. When this film is projected through a compensating anarhorphic lens attached to the theatre projection machine it spreads the image horizontally to its original form or to an aspect ratio of 2.55 to 1., i CinemaScope is not a makeshift telling them every- Coming and Going Mrs. Jim Kidd of Texarkana, is ;he guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Ellen, Jr., and Mr. Ellen'in :heir home. . ' :Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hamilton left last week for . a .visit. with their daughter, Mrs. Bill Fleming and son, Gregg in Fredrick, Maryland. Before returning to Hope. MARSHALL (UP), —A California woman who,, was droving to visit her daughter- in Pine Bluff v/as killed yesterday when her car went out of control on a hill and overturned. Police said Mrs. Zola Smith Fisher of San Bernardino was'killed instantly in the U. S. Highway 65 accident during a rainstorm. Her former husband, Elmer Smith of Salt Lake City, Utah, suffered minor injuriers and was hospitalized hsre. Mrs. Fisher enlargement of a regular 35mrn. film but an entirely new method of filming and projecting a motion picture, and its impact is rea'lr ly astounding. Taking the lead from Twentieth Century-Fox, virtually all the big film companies now produce CinemaScope movies. • . .•• ; ••.•' -: • .• •••;•. just feels the mo'ral obligation to help those who helped him. turn money invested in. their edu- people should be expected to re- 1 turn money invested in their education. Most parents are quite satisfied to see results of their efforts However, in some cases the sacrifice has been so great that parents have deprived themselves of necessities to pay for schooling. In those instances, common decency would exact some return. Your young man has many years to earn a living for a wife. Don't begrudge two or three yeflrs spent in. helping his folks] thing I do. She says such things as 'Sally looks so pnle I took her to the doctor and he recommended a tonic," Snily brought the nicest joy home last week, but he hasn't called her since," etc. I hate to tell her anything, because I she'll repeat it. SALLLY K. Answer: Morn Is being Very tact less, but I'm sure it's unintentional. In an effort tb find conversational material with your friends, she assumes that anything concerning you will be of interest to them. Ask her nicely if she'll please talk of less personal tilings. Dear Miss Dix: I'm a married woman, but have been in love with another man for six years realize that I've been very foolish arid have decided to give him up We've been seeing each other two or three times a month, but have never even kissed each other. Now that we're parting for good, Tc like to kiss him good-bye. I know it would please him, but would 1 cause him to have less respect fo BELLA D Answer: Since, very wisely was en route to visit their daughter, Mrs. Ella Brach,.Smith told 'officers. 'The death brought to five the number of persons killed cm Arkansas highways over the weekend. : they will spend a few Washington, D.. C. ; days in Mrs. Claude Johnson and children, Linda and Kenny, left Thursday night for their home, jj^ Washington." IX C. after, a : visit'; with relatives and friends in Hope. E. E. Moses and Floyd Fitzgerald of Texarkana, stopped in Hope Thursday night while en- route to a union: meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio. WASHINGTON (UP)— Col. Lyle E. Seemaiv will replace Brig. Gen. Herbert . Vogel as southwestern division engineer, the chief of army engineers announced yester' day. Vogel was nominated by President Eisenhower to the board of directors o* the Tennessee Valley Authority yesterday. Vogel prob- obly will W2; Efamed'' rha'ttrnaii oi the TVA. ••""."• ;' • .'-.-•.' ; ':,. Col. Seman, engineers' chief Maj. Gen. Samuel Sturgis announced, is expected to arrive at headquarters in"Dallas next week. The Southwest division rins jurisdiction over Arkansas'. band Sid Luft to (jet their own financing. Apparently tliey did because the picture is now fihished. In order for a six-rnillicn-dollar picture to break even.it'must gross more than 12 million. Movie people reckon that selling and distribution costs of a picture double the negative cost — six .millions in this se. "What took so long for "A Star Is Born" Well" answered the : producer source a close friend, of .-'Judy's. ; Judy only worked whan she felt like it. Unfortunately there were many days when Warners had hundreds of people standing around while Judy sulked in her dressing rocm." It was reminiscent of the trouble- Metro had with Judy in "Annie Get Your Gun" , but that time MGM quickly tired of Judy's, shenanigans and replaced her Wim' Betty Button'. Warners of course deny that any such trouble ever existed with Judy although admitting that the studio put up an iron curtain around the set during shorting. The set was closed to th-2,pre«s .during rniich of the,production schedule. News Briefs VICKSBURG, Mis*, (UP) Former Arkansas Governor Ben L. Laney yesterday presented a memorial shaft commemorating tho Arkansas men who were (killed during the Civil War siege here to. the state of Mississippi. The $50,000 monument is located in {he—Vicksburg Natonal Military Park, overlooking the Mississippi from a high ridgs. The seal of Arkanas is on the TONY CURTIS JOANNE DRU , LYLf BETTGER Always a Color Cartoon SUN. -MON. THEY'VE OOT THE WHOLE COUNTY IN HYSTERICS' mW'& (i ,'„:*-' H'"' Pol. .jMv.>kw lor:tvy A. 4. Al^IUon, .of 9l)ervy ,Ci§ <?oyn|y ?!tiarjorie|VIAI|Sh Per 9 KILBRIPE BY REFRIGERATION! • LAST DAY • Fury Savagery & Man - Woman Violence! CHARUES $TARRETT Blq?ing his way to new Glory qs Thrilling Melodies Ring! ''Outlaws of the Panhandle" PLUS Chapter 11 of Serial | "Gunfighters of tht Northwest 1 ' 11-"The Nfitiye & C "OBiiT A.V DICHARO eURTONUEAN SIMMONS VICTOR MATURE • MICHAEl RENNIE You 019 engulf«d in the eternal miracle of THE ROBE .., sharing each wondrous moment as tht imperial might of Rome crqshei against the Word of God! SUN.-MON,-TUBS.; AUG.8-^9-10 i ADMISSION • APUUT5 • • CHH.DRSN B gejlortd Y«lseny 2§c * 35»? Pl^Jli. A- HB'-HHW .R'l-l- h.JHWJUIUMIHUP •F*3tur« Times (MON f Dear Miss Dix: I am a 14-year- you have decided to end this fricnc ship, I think it best to forego th farewell kiss, too. Touch hands an part with laughter, touch lips an part with tears" is not idle advice When the Roman; Colosseum wa in opration it could seat 50,000 peo pie. Dress Ban. in jfe .'# V* -% s* Germany Brings ill A battle-scarred tolonel ducked fehfad his bat ribbons today & tHe of a thousand ArtieHa& rnen poured dowrt uh hltti< "I hall ho idfca ,lt* cause such a fuss," ssfhil .John H. Dilteyr <<*6n*rrtand**<tff, the Frankfurt detac&MWil, *ho t Issued art order advfeiftg Artff? wives artd daughters «*fe' to spruce »ip dttti foffe dbwfi lieir dress. ' His directive sftld •11ft!»4tt{fe being worn in public; by sotrte American women ig dnj iri^bOd taste," and WftrheS {hHflUJiey didn't do stotviethtng* abotU ll "positive action" W6uM,Wc tak- ten. • , t | Outlawed wjsr.e:. ' ', e . Bare'DUelc, 'hnltfeMyfre Stth- suits -worn Without a jatttft W wrap. J • Bare mld»riff costumes. Strapless. lo\v*cut tfercss«>s except in clubs or at sttclnl forte* tions. ( . i Shorts on te"fen-auetrs W W°ti men. t ,, / f ' Blue jpans on "mature' women." , i i Pin ourlers, unless neaU, covered. \ . , The c6tonel, a 'West »P6mt , fcvirshed cofte'e feetm*. ge-thef .The first' regular services uSlng " of 'the -e/s yfeaf 1 , , inHels dat«u| THE VOTERS OFHOPE: I take this opportunity to solicit your vote and support on August 1C for my son-in-law, Homer Beyerley in his race for Alderman Ward 4. I know'With his business experience and with his interest in the city of Hope he will make you a good Alderman. A Vote and .Support HOMER BEYERLEY i Candidate for 7 v x Alderman Ward 4 H6orthe Night on3 . . Adv. Pd, for by J. A. Gunter fi * 4 * W^?- 1 , 4 J Join all Southwest w* **#&'*$ :*/.:<;&, Ij • S ,-' )•>«•-,-'.•«*.> * ,< , ;feife "»<M ^ FELLOW CITIZENS«! j Si! HEMPSTEAD May I say to you that I am conducting upon my record as a private citizen and as a public ning upon the demenits of my opponent's privafe Alii ' You have, however been mislead by myopponbhtjpjH _ handled by my administration and the one underwhicb $9*1? is serving as a deputy, -';; <_* * "l*'-_/*:'>'> My opponent quoted you the record and which he had tio jurisdiction. He also gave me which I had no jurisdiction. These above mentioned cases are cases Weight and Permit Division of the s Arkansqs kansas Public Service Commission -officers, ment'are beyond the jurisdiction of the cqun these cases is handled in the Hempstead 'Couhty'si cause the weight station is here in this county,' '/•'• More than $15,000,00 of the monies on tne reqdrd opponent are fines and costs resulting from'the ij&lbj worked by the officer of the Arkansas Public'Senvitf *' J uly 1 st. 1953 and J une 30, 1954, My friends, a more nearly correct'C»ppraisql J of thetWQ tion -would be 657 cases handled from Jgnu&W^.U^ 1t>R 30, 1954; and 813 cases handled in 1951 and 195£ •*" i * __ _ _ •**.*,* Tlnis information secured from th§ Court,'Hope City Hall, I -urge you to ;§K6rr|lnf '. fe;

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