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yrv ^y^l'^^'? h^f- J 'T- *t # " ' t 'i t O d «•" i *y i - T _" • . "- -j^^- 1 -' t' r . 1 ',\ n • "' k ' *- ', "''' fl^ s. * X*? "M ',.'' —f ~H> H6»t SfAK, tf'OM.* ARKANSAS ErIJcjy, October 22, Friday, October 22, 1954 HOP! STAR, H0M* A * K A M S A I ' -i£"J " >it-fi :-i^ nmto mfirt »JwUh Brother air ulcfcnitt* man? trbetlan vot- *fs hav% bfistrOfred 6ft iheif Presi who, is winding up a three efffclal vIMt M Washington, full, name Is tir. William Va- ShSLflrach fubtfitfW Clnso 'call him "Cousin Shad" As thfe Negro president of a Ne gro refftifeftB, Tubman knows a lot about racial problems such as many American communities arc concerned with. "There Is," he snys, "not ,the {slightest shade of dkclmination of such Jnattfers, \ ihfe .affection lotice IONAL 43 •' "ht- SertM* nd by the __ the State ef All Mem- levied < upon pro^ert^by the J - ' tovrti ;'1«V* » twt perty*th«MiUi at Jtf « nd ro- »,,- ._„ -y. <-elght sjty -or incorporated '•2)' mills for any • dolltf, of the • thereto- amount , atnoimt ,col- the retirement of each dWe.-bfli^i!' durtng any Hie'ijreaFof- the col- the aforesaid ' And yet: 1. Only Negroes are allowed to Vote. 2. For Decades thorc have been barriers between the coui.try'j 100,000 "civilized' 1 inhabitants and the more than two million tribesmen of the interior. 3. For, decades, top, there have been feuds betwecti the tribes. 4. The present political setup in Liberia stems' from a revolt in the 1880s by darkerskinncd "common men" agai/iSt tho then dom inant Republican party which was Controlled by ligherskinncd Ne- than ithAt > necessary fsach" anniiaW" amftunf Urttll ' becOfJtt'ired, or tut- p^Men'^set aside-for (Is "'issued, after • the- date " ^"bn, that assessments ,__.*bd' at, market value „,5*5)6 maiclmurh tax rate*, 3ed*/inay'not -be"exceeded ~ lecessary' to ;prevent; ef •mentis Vof 'beiieflfci' '*«* nt district? arer bated f value of.ih? properly Jlie as- have 1 ^e ,_„_ ajl' 'future assess- ffbeineflts;, and for fh<«~ frtiiv -'* red.uoe- the, valuations to Hat'.such valuation*' hrtv* ~ ' reason , ; ot, this t^X^ihan tifl*;b« irttoipl^ed Value 1 property W eublld' tatlf- property a«th- ,th«,'-afore»auj icwea- vaiue 01 > HJV I Sg»e?OTV *S«S1feif'flll» 'future , ,, tow • a*r . utlMtl«» th« > n- eny .county are • eijiiali et" value,' ^th«' proportion -VJilu&tlln^off ahy uHl- -VJilu&tl any ahy 'county, city. sphool «Hstrlst therp- rain* prop- ool « Mn*- . ,-by applMn*- i of -marWsl • rain* to this, end shall the- tax '»•- ny county has failed to - ' .notice heartpf , by ,, c .^ . isaora of the varlow* and by. tie Board, Each IB any coun- Ita market e Poard , ,_ nty clerk. ' v Wit ,4ed by tte ttm« and General As..., y;i taxpayer or any ot the political- subdivision* affected any order S ot EQTu)4 Court of tljs Cowty the property attested. U }*• that any appeal UtiliUes psseSt,^ ,-. .. Board shall t* taken iry Court of Pulaskl Coun- ?U»ncBry J Cour$ »naU try cause de npvo. Either appeal fi<?m any 1 adverse the Qiancery Court W e Court ot Arkansas where be«rd dp nova 09 the rep, l^e aoveynor shan »p- eleptors as mero- Equall^atlon, .respe ByeJy" « ; . Jpw, serve. ai< ' . eight ' te of ( and •ears from the date of their ,ent, and shall appoint a suo 4 "each, who shall »enr« lor tot jwelye years-, which up- rtf, includine appointment* & _i -M ^a. ,• gj)^ Jjc „. .,. ,iy the Sen' '"JTlfly DQ llpPCflChftd 'office as provided 'ion. , Tubman a dark-tskinned cigar Legal Notice PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL. AMENDMENT NO. 45 BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representative* of the State of Arkansas, and by the Senate: a Majority of all the Members Elected to each HoUsa Agreeing Thereto: . _— rOtjLOwr— THAT, THE V1NG is hereby UBPECT By Hugh Lawrence Nelsgn ^ MtA j^M^^ft. ^^. proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of>' th« State ot Arkansas, add 'upon being submitted to the electors .of' the State (or approval or rejection • at • the next general election, lot R«br«sentBtlves and Senators, U « t majority of the electors voting thereon,, at such an election, adopts such •, amendment, the same shall become • part of the Constitution ot the State of Arkansas, towit: ^ - * * 'SECTIOH'l.' The'Executive Depart- rneBt' of •UiiS' State flhaU consist of a Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer of State, Audi- torn'of State, Attorney General, and Commissioner of State Lands, all of wliora shall Keep their oHlcoa at tbe Seat of Governinent, ond ' hold their Offices for .the'term of two .years and until, their successors are elected and qualified. ..SECTION 2, The annual gala-Ties of such iStote officers, which shall be paid in 'monthly installments, shall be as follows: , - ' The Governor, the sum ot Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($19,000.00); the UeUtenant Governor, .the Bum of Three Thousand -and Six Hundred Dollars 7*3,600.00): th« -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 Hnndred Dollars ($7,200.00); the Auditor of State, the sum 4 of Seven/ • Thousand • and Two Hundred Dollars ($7,200.00); the Attorney Center*!, the sum of Eight Thousand 'Dollars (S8.000.00): and the Commissioner of State Lands, the sum of 5ix' r Thoufcand Dollars ($6,000.00). •" SECTION ,S. 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, members i,of the- General, Assembly; the returns' of each election therefor shall be' sealed up separately and transmitted to the sent ot government by the 'returning officers not later than the last "day ,of Kovember of the year'in-which the election,,. 1s .: held; Md'-'Shall-b*'directed to ihe Speaker , of the House Aft Representatives. The General . Assembly 'shall convene W speoikl session •* the first Monday in' December ot the year In which- the members of the General Assembly are elected and shall be •a sMBioa tor • period not to ex- wed ,three. d«ys, unless ealled into special session by the Governor. At such session of the General Assembly, and upon both Houses being organised, the. Speaker of the House of .Representatives shall open and publish the votes cast and • given for each of the officers hereinbefore mentioned, in the presence of both Hous'es of-the. Genera!''Assembly.. The. persen having the. highest number ol votes for' each ot the respective offices shall be declared duly elected thereto: and shall immediately begin h'a term o( office; but if two or more shall be equal, the highest in votes for the same office, one of tnem shall be chosen by a joint vote of' -both Houses of the. General Assembly, and a majority of all the members elected shall be necessary to a choice. SECTION 4. The Genera.1 Assembly shall 'meet in regular session of sixty (80)' days, which need 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 sum 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 (££,<• 550,00), for each period of two 12) years payable at such time and In such manner ae tiie General Assembly may determiner' and In addition to sucli salary the members of the General Assembly shall receive Ten Cents (lOc) per mile for eaclr mile traveled in going to &nd reaming from we seat ef government over the JT»98t direct and practicable route; ,'»nd provided, further that Wh*i said member* are required to attend an extraordinary or special session of the General Assembly, they shall receive to addition to salary herein pro- xxxii "1 won't go to sleep." Nancy said, yawning, widely, -"it started at the swimrri!ng.- pool. 1 went up an the diving" platform. It looked so much higher from the top, 1 decided to corrtfi back down the ladder. When I - turned around, I saw into the cave? where the creek poes in, I saw tha.path. Jiin. ' "And you immediately decided that might be a quick way to get to The Spires?" "Not right aw.ty,. But I got a little bored waiting fen'"you. And that silly business of geltirin Mrs, Gelstrap into a bathing suit Any way you'd told tnu to-'-be'.' careful, I simply had id bo 'careful." "Of course you dirt;" Jim ' said. Either the sarcasm \v»s lost on Nancy or completely ignored. "Being careful wai the reason I didn't go into the cavern from this end. If anyone had been watching it might riot Have- been such a good idea. And, .after ail, if the creek bed was used as a way to get to The Spires, there'd have to be an opening at the other end." . •'..'. "That I can- understand." Jim admitted. "So I told everyone Iwas going to walk along to meet you. I walked arc.und by the road and down to where the creek comes out, there by The Spires." "Didn't you see tho deputy' 1 ?" "I saw some man go past in an old car." . "Wasn't Miss Wlstev's cnr still parked there?" '/"Yes. All locked up though'./Any way, I started wariing upstream. ing there, Jim. A huge candle. One of those that'cl burn for days and days." Jim remembered hit of light, just, befor?- something hit his head. "I was glad of the light at first" Nancy went on I thought it as cheery, at first. And I sa the doll." "Doll?" "Don't yell so," Nancy com- pf the rocks a little. It rolled, and I tried to squirm through. Then the rock rolled again, Jim. 1 was caught." The lashes of h»r tightly closed eyes were wet suddenly. "Don't let them tell you drowning's an rasy death. Jim. Not when you're caught like that. I couldn't move because th» rock pressed tighter and. tighter. Then something grabbed rhy arm, I tried to yell and the watercamc everywhere." Jim Dunn watched her struggle with past terror, could 'see the effort she was making to conquer it. "Next thing 1 know." Nancy said in a stronger voice, ".was when you were pushing an?.! pounding at me, and 1 just, had on a few shreds. I must say —."' she hositated and then chani?ed_ her flippant tone to one of real cincor- itt. "I munt say 1 'fell awfully yet. And I want to thank you for your help with Nancy." "Let's not get sloppy, chum." Between them the three rocks ledge again. plastic pillow .cover, and twistsd shut the opening. He dove again, let the current carry him. In an unpelieveably short time ho climbed out on the ledge where the Ten Puerto Riccm ; tedders Arrested WASHINGTON Jl The Justice Department announced today tha CQlf G again. 1 C1 -* wut un ni\- i%_v*i3«- ,..**.._ -•-. j^^^ — -- _ fere movnd easily, carried to the water grew shallow, splashrd hur (FBI agents m Nnw Y> Y, ift Stoneman strapped on the riedly to where Philip waited in Puerto Rico have arrested 10 plaincd "Yes there was a doll good. I was glad to see you, Jim. there. A bis floll. It had bad And Jim, I !e(t yo'ur jiitri on a flat rock. I 'didn't want it to get all wet." "I saw it. Thai's the reason. I knew where you'd ijonc." . " . She reached out for. his hand, held it. "I didn't' Have, any trouble ducking under (he first \v.all and into a large sort of ' cave, room. There was a candle l>urn- smoking son of a Msthodht" minister, has moved energetically to narrow tho gulfs" .between differ ing elements of the population. He called a natiotiiil council last May, fired two district cpmmis- iioners and suspended . tribal yellow hair once, but most of that had fallen out. -And Jim, stirrc- one had ripped Iho doll's borlv open, pinned it back together with safety pins. I guess that was so they could-put the money, the letter and the diamond braeolet inside" Nancy yawned sleepily. "Twenty thoiumnct dollars," Nancy saicl. "I had plenty of time to count it. The bracelet probably cost seven or eight thousand. You know, Jim, I've never seen a thousand-dollar bill before." ''Married to a .detective, you probably won't again." "I got scared Jim I well I puess- you'll .say it's'silly. But the doll was lying down when I found it. It seemed lo havvj been tossed where it was. The eyc.i were closed. Jim, I w«s reading the letter when.. I. got that feeling some- cne was watching me. I looked around and Ihc doll's eyes were open. Oh, I know you'll say I moved the doll, and .1. did of course. But it frightened me, Jim. Maybe it was because I felt -cuilty ibout reading tha letter anyway. The parts of it I could read. Water hadn't done it any good, Jim." Dunn fought down his impatience. "The -lettai-, Nancy. What did it say 0 " ' "It was from Angelica's husband," Nancy said slowly. "I can't.remember all th,e words, but I can give you its sense, It said be didn't, still didn't, approve' of what Angelica was .doing. .He had n bad feeling about it, but anything she wanted to do was all right with him. He-he loves Jnved her, Jim. -. And . he .wanted to know how soon shfc'd come bacli Famous understatement." He leaned over and kissed her it slarted as a gentle salute to an invalid. It changed Philip Stoneman and Jim, wearing swimming trunks, walked toward the upper entrance of the cavern. "You're getting pretty tough, chum," Philip said. "1 wrist watch he had removed before entering the water. "What time have you?" Jim asked. His own wrist watch had certainly proved tde makers' claims of being waterproof. "Three-thirty on the nose," Philip said. Jim set his own watch back two minutes to correspond. "Take my jeep," he . ordered, "and drive around to The Spires. That'll take you about 25 minutea. I'll wait here until exactly four o'clock, then come ttirougn the stream bed 1 want -to sec how long it takes." "Belter you-than me." Philip said. "In fact, am I nocessnvy iii this at all?" "A witness," Jim said. "Or maybe I want j'ou tlv?re for an object lesson." . Philip nodded, turned to go and then stopped to favor Jim with cne . of ,hi;. nicest smiles. "I don't suppose it occurred to you 1 might be waiting on'the other side. With a club." At cxacliy four o'clock iie stopped again into Ihc water, dove tc him, how soon she would be Dollars vided. the sum ot Twenty ($89.00) per day for each are 'required to attend, and mile- chief, and gave his people a firm talking-to. . '.. . ' : "It has been proved in our own lifetime," he said, "that ths civilized population .cannot get .alon,-; without the uncivilised; neither clo ment can exterminate the gth'er. '• "For 'more, thnn . (10 : yearS f .,f,inco the founding fathers"- from';!"•-••' the American "South' .iioltJod Tidi'e. 'we have tried ^to destroy, each; other by internal'war .-.•.• For ,the past 10 years we have/hi'en working hard for" the unif-.ca1.ibh of the- people, but. thcr-s.xa'l'd' still' a few diclinrds on both sides opposing the unification program'. 1 ' '. Tubman is the friendliest of men and a good story toller. 'But when he lays down the-'law he does, it bluntly. v How do people. ta,ke, this? Wdl, the tribal chiefs, 'at least,' sewn to be solidly in Tijbman'K corner. 'Tubmanism has swept, throughout the counti-y," Hays Nyomowch Chief Hirriic Langfpiv 11 according to (he public relations.-firm which is publicizing the president's- trip. And Johnnie Vokciv head, man of another can, says': '"W-3. were all blind but President: Tubmqn has opened our eyes, .we will hold him tight." ' -.,'v- . One solid sign the Tubman technique works: The' President has served one eight-year' term, was re-elected to a four-year term and is an odds-pn favorite to .win .a third term*. •' The United States is helpfng Li Lieria throuph' a fivo-year program ot technical aid, mostly to industry nncl agriculture. Tubman is here in the hope of getting' that program extended. He's also working in a few social engagements such as'a dinner Friday night in Akron, Ohio, and something that' may surprise some people a trip lo Georgia at the invitation of Gov. Her man Talmadge. able to collect the money she felt was due her. He said he didn't want the . , money, Jim,. He he wanted Angelica." Jim Dunn drew in a deep breath. Pieces clicked into •••place. Angelica's actions,in returning to tbe Carlson's were c'jc' clearly riosy; Her -husband's had beeh:'''Injured. Angelica '''in tended to' retrieve losses. Certainly, as a Carlson woman, she had had training- along certain linos. Sure evidence of thae lay hi the $20,000, amassed somehow from the Carlsons in the period of, one year. Certainly it explained Angelica's desperate attempts to regain the doll. "Finally'I got up nerve enough to try ducking through the upstream hole. I" figured I couldn't be too far from the tipper opr.e- ing. There ' there were round stones in the way. They moved a little when I pushed at them, but I couldn't get through the opori- ing. I climbed back out of .the water in that candlelit hole, along with the doll. I decided finally I'd go back the way I'd coine. And then, I thought I saw something. Some horrible thing wns- corning up through the water. M threw a rock at it and it went away.' age, at tbe same rate herein provided. SECTION 9, There is hereby created • joint ad interim committee of the General Assembly to be selected from its membership. M may be provided by law, for the purpose of conducting reseat ch into governmental problems «nd/ making audits of State agencies. The General Assembly shall fix the amount ef per cllem and expense* o< committee members and {tie compensation and expenses of the committee's employees. SECTION «, Tuploy '• (») The General Assembly shall from time to time provide lor tbe »alarles and compensation «f the Justices of the Supreme Court and for the salaries and ex penses ot the judges of the and Chancery Couit* of this 3tate; provided, that such calarlfes and com- pensatlpn of the justices of the Supreme Court and tho salaries and expenses of the judges of the Circuit and Chancery Courts shall not be less (ban now provided by law, <b) The General Assembly shall by law determine the amount and method la of payment of salaries to the Com' : missioned pi the Workmen's Cpm : pensstlon Commission; provided, • that (he salary ol any Commissioner shall not 6* Jess than now provided by . (p) • The General Assembly shall by — determine tot amount and method >ay men t of salaries of county ol- , Is. Nothing .herein .shall be con*trued as abrogating any rights of the people of th« &#t* ot Arkansas under »S J«>iO«ov» ' j wW f ..Be{er?ndum p/o- or tt ft AjrtipK XIX the Constitution Legal Notice by proposed Constitution PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. +4 BE IT RESOLVED by toe Senate rf the State of Arkansas and by the House of Representatives, a Majority of all the Members Sleeted » Each House Agreeing Thereto: That the following Is hereby pro] as an amendment to the Constit Of the State of Arkansas, and upon being submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at the next General Election lw Representative and Senators, if a majority Of the electors voting thereon, at such an election, adopt such amendment, the same shall become a part of the Constitution of the State " SECTION l, from and after the adoption *f this amendment! the term of ottlee. of Governor ot tbe State of Arkansas shall be tow years and the Governor shall not be eligible to succeed himself. Provided now- ever, this amendment shall not apply to the """ " at tbe in IBM. ^SECTION »• Aftejh* *««*«&• *!*• ol this amendment, *« Governor fh»U be prohibited from taking an active plrt P VW_. h »« .?«£«,> AW, " fingers strayed to tlje on his head in. an uncon Jim's lump scious gesture, Hn did not realize what lie had done until he saw Nancy's horrified and strickpn look .of understanding. "Jim, it wasn't you" "James 'Horrible Tiling Dunr,' he admitted.- • "Von ; throw too straight. And, for a damsel ir distress. I must say you were unappreciative," (To Be Continued) XXXIII Jim closed his hand into a fist "I washed back through the hole and out the oilier end. I yot in the jeep and drove around to this side. But what were you doing a I that time?". "Sitting," Nacy -admitted. "Si ting and' shaking. I really fol hemmed in, Jim. I I thought sat there for dayn and days." "Good thing you waited 5 long," Jim muttered. Nancy closed her eyes. ''Tha time when I tried, I m;>ved on person elected •• Governor General Election i* to held or against any candidate for any constitutional office Jn any Prirojry. Special of v General BlectTon. «««pt only where the Governor WmseH » a candidate. In wnicb evettt,' he wtU be ,iutho»-i*e4 t« be ti urtnre in hli own behaU. A Delation «t thl» JW- Uon »haU tw • roisdemeanor «rp« which U»f Oav/roor «b«u nav* M immunity'fcoai arrest, proseevitipn »nd triaJ^Upon conviction. h« shall te fined noTjeM «?«* ^W'JW *%$*, f!* *f*$f NOTICE I have recently purchased the T. 0. Porter Glass Shop including glass and equipment, Now is the time to have that glass installed in your car or truck. E-Z-Eye or regular glass. If you want glass for table or desk tops be sure and see us. RADIATORS Have that radlatpr fixed now, W» can repair it and we have make pars »nd |ryeH» *|wr ^W ( * ^" ^^^ "^P ^^^ can coming right out that way to pass easily through the enlarged nd saying you wanted two w8rncn opening. He surfacunl in the c.v.'cni i sit yith youi^ wife. because you'where Nancy harl known fear. The idn't trust any one of them.huge square candle still burned, lone." ' burned without a flicker. Ji his head. He p 1 tacsp ccadsk-.v'pulled himself uo on the rocky Jim shook : his. head.-He folded bank, felt the glassy-eyed stare of ic plastic piil3w-ca«e he • hadlthc ;doll. He made certain the orrowcd from' a deck chair into]money, letter and bracelet were smaller bundle. "Not tough I Still intact, stuffed tho doll into the iedly the jeep. "What's the idoa, chum?" f'hilip demanded. Jim pushed him over from the driver's seat, go tin and began the trip back up the hill, "Idea of what?" His mind was filled with what lay ahead. "Idea . of jumping the gun . that way. My watch only showed two minutes after 4." Jim had forgotten lo look at his own watch, but lie said, "So did mine." Philip's words "jumping |wutum. .... ' the gun' had reminded him of his! The FBI said only own weapon still lyin:,' on the flat arrests that of Eugenio rock. He decided n would be snfo Arbonawas 'made In New YoiJt. crs of the 1-uerto Riuan Communist party on charges at seeking the violent overthrow of the government. „ FBI Director J. Edgnr Hoover said the arrests would cripple tho Communist apparatus in Puerto Rico. He r said/the group, whicn is not directly-"Connected with the American ' Communist party, has agitated, along with the -Puerto*, nican'Nationalist group, for independence of the island common- Nawi of thi CHURCHES enough there. Probr.bly safer thun in his possession, considering what he had to clo. . • Jim saw Slonernaii was looking curiously at the doll bundled in tne plastic case. He ssiid; "On the level. You've just ' witnessed a demonstration that .knocks your alibi all to pieufis." Philip thought that over.... "And now what?' 1 "I'm counting on your help," Jim said. "Poor you. "There's a doll in that plastic case," Jim said. "It's Angelica's doll. Left in that cavern by the person who killed her Ha An- golica's doll and 'it's stuffoJ with money and a lovo. letter from her husband." They reached the top of the The other nine were picked up in Puerto Iticp. • The Chinese believe that th» first bread iiiado from wheat was eaten in China :aboul 2,000 B. C. vindin^ road from The Spires before Philip spoke. "She was pre< tendingl Angelica Wa8' getting Fomcthing of her own .back before she made the final break. I-I don't Know. I .hopedbut ^ I didn't tnink she had that in hor." Jim. '•;. sighed, . -."Youve been around the; Carslons too -long, at that. But- you think- about it. And you think about Angelica and hejv doll. While .You're at it you mignW do -a little ''thinking" about turpentine." (To Be Continued) THE BAtTLE LINES ARE DRAWN: It's YOU Against I) The "Machine Politicians" are boasting that they have you where they want you. They're rubbing their hands with glee because the trough looks good. In a press interview the machine^ candidate said that it would not be necessary for him to campaign again because the machine "is well organized for the coming election and will work for its candidate regardless of who he is!" DOES THIS MACHINE CONTROL YOUR VOTE? Do the "MACHINE POLITICIANS" hove YOU in their hip pocket? Will they herd YOU to the polls like cattle to slaughter? . • : • • :.'•'•.'••« In This Election, It's YOU and YOUR STATE.... or the machine! ARKANSAS NEEDS A GOVERNOR WHO IS NOT BOUND BY ANY POLITICAL MACHINE, PRESSURE GROUP OR BACK ROOM CROWD! ARKANSAS NEEDS A GOVERNOR LIKE PRATT REMMEL WHO CAN AND WILL BE A GOVERNOR FOR THE STATE AND ALL ITS CITIZENS ... AND NOT FOR A POLITICAL MACHINE! ARKANSAS NEEDS A GOVERNOR LIKE PRATT " REMMEL. ONE WHOSE LIFE'S RECORD IS OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION. A MAN WHOSE PRIVATE AND PUBLIC REPUTATION IS ABOVE REPROACH. The "Machine Politicians" will mislead, threaten and try to intimidate you. The "BACK ROOM CROWD" has got to have your vote to get their noses in the trough. But remember .'. ,. YOUR VOTE IS SECRET! You may vote as you please, No one can dictate your vote! PRATT REMMEL WILL WIN because Arkansas Citizens are NOT "MACHINE VOTERS" .... VOTE FOR ARKANSAS ELECT PRATT " ^P^^ ^^^' ^p ^^V ^^| Ml ^B • • f dl \ PIR6T PfeNteCOSTAL CHURCH Fourth «na Ferouion Street Key. H. f. Hudspeth, Pastor 6:45 a. m. —• Sunday School C. J. ftowe, ^upt. 11 «. m. — Morning Worship Sermon by pastor. 6:30 p, m. Pentecostal Conquerors Mrs. Joe Lively' in charge. Junior Conquerors, Mrs. H. P. Hudspeth in charge. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Bible Study and prayer meeting. Thursday 2 p. m. Ladles Pentecostal Auxiliary. The public is Invited to attend all services at this church. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH W«»t Old «t Plna V. 0. K«el»Vi Patter 9:45 a. m. Church School Mrs. Johnnie i^Oreon will teach the Jett fl. Gtraves' Class. O. A. > Graves will teach the Century Bible Class. 1 10:5* a. m. Morning Worship Anthem "6 Loving Saviour" - Minister^/Sermon: "At War With God" Minister; '„ *. , 5:3Q p m. Intermediate MYP 5:30 'p. m.- Senior MY? " 5:30 p. m. Weslefr Club 7 p. ni. 'Evening Worship Sermon: '''Be Wha't You Are" • Minister-. ' ' *" , " ' Monday . 2 p. m.,. Mission Study by mem bers ol WSCS in'Fidelis classroom. Monday Oct. 26 through Oct. 29 10 a.' m. '(10r 30 minutes only) Set vices lor Week ol Prayer and Self-denial.'in this church. Wednesday 7:30'p. m. Adult Choir Practice Thursday Career Day for the Young People ?• services will be in the Jackson Street' Methodist Church in Magnolia. ' ' > CHURCH OP CHRIST Walnut Street Elton Huflhes, MlnlatM* Sunday • , ; 9:45 a. m. Bible Schobl 10:60 a. m. Preachlrtjf 11:30 a. m. dOmmuniOtt 6 p. m. Bible Study 7 p. m. Preaching ,'" Tueiday 9:30 a, m. Ladlet «t»i« 7:16 p. m. Men'4 Blbl« 8wdy Wednesday ' , 7:16 p. tri. — Teachera il«etln| 7:30 p. m. Bible Stiid? You are always welcoma at th4 Church 61 Christ, CHURCH OP CHRISf 6th and' Qrady Street F. L. Jennlnds, Minister Sunday . 9:45 Bible Study ,• •10:37 Preaching \ 6:30 p. m. Bible Study, ClaliaS tor all ages. < , , , fn ft. m. beH ThtasttS l'46 ( p. tvilh Wles make*", , .« p*. mi Suhbe 4 Tuesday 0:30 a.m. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Ladies .Bibl* Sttidy, • except ye become" as a little child —," Oh, for the faith of that child; your child;-my child. FAITH that sees beyond the- faults and foibles 'of men; FAITH that rises above the anamosities and hatreds of nations;. FAITH that overcomes the cruelties of tyrants and sufferings,of war. Oh, ye of little FAITH, know ye not that there!s a child in the midstf A child praying for daddy, and mommy and her church. A child believing that the whole round world is bound by chains about the feet of God. This child BELIEVES. She goes to CHURCH, WON'T YOU? HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 321 North' Main, Street Rev. C. S. Walker, Pastor ' Rev. G. E. Hicks. Music-Youth Director. 9;45'a. m, — Sunday School, Bill Morton, Supt. 10:00 -a. m. — Radio Bible Class, Bro'adcast over KXAR, Rev. C. S, Walker, Teacher. > 11:00 a. m. — Moinlng Worsnip ermojn by the pastor. 8:30 p, m. — Senior C. A., Junior C. A. 1 , Prirnary C. A. , ,T:30 -p. m. —' Evangelistic Service, sermon by the pastor. Monday ?!30 p. m. Women's Missionary Council. Tuesday 7:30 p. m. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday 7;30 p. m. MidtWeek Service. , The public is cordially invited to attend all services. OARRETt MEMORIAL- ttAI»TI*T 300 North Ferfluson 4tf*tt * Eld. Elbert O'fcUth, >«t*f Sunday ' , / , I. , , i , I 9 a. m. Rock ot Ages 'Broadcast over KXAR. " *, • . «'»•" 9:50 a. m. Suhday Schdol-.-Paul Church Supt. , ,'v i ,'>"'"'• 11'a. rru Morning Worthi^ •> d:30 p. m. B. T. 5. PSrry P.urtl* Picsident.^' '»<• i ' '\ 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship-, «, Monday ,. \ 2'p. m. Senior'Ladies Auxiliary Tuesday ', * ' 7:30 p, m. Young; Men's therhood. Thomas Smith,/PW dent, Girls Auxiliary, Carolyn 1 Ph; lips,, President. „' I' >"./,, Wednesday ,, , *,'•/ 7 p. m. . Te&chers Meeting^, %* <„ 7:30 p. m. Mid-week ^etvice'.'-f Thursday .. i'» ", ,. f ^-,., 7:30 p, m. Junior'Ladies^Auxil- iary; Mrs. Lyle Allen, "Presideiitif' Worship with Us.' You Ate' welcome f | I,, i ' *f $ CATHOLIC CHURCH . ' ' ',» ' 3rd and Walked, v . *^ v *? Father A. G: bunleayy,, ..Pastoi 10:30 a. m. Mass . «•* "'",»> ' } Confessions;, before -•ft,-** ^-.- Sublet!?/' ST. MARK 1 * ERISCOPAtfCHl Rev, William, J. Flte^flhj rh., e Parish ftbrn. in tji UNITY BAPTlbT CHURCH South Elm Striet ->.}•• 1. Pastor, Howard Whlt» CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Fifth and-Pine 8V. Garland .Johnson, Pastor Suhday , 8:45 a. m.' Sunday School, J, D Bullock.' Supt, ll\ a.^ m, Mprntrg Worship. SermOh: "The Triumphant Life." 7!W N. Y. P, S. 7:45 p, m- Evangelistic Servlct Sefmoh; "Seine Steps to » Ravi v«l." Wednesday 2 p. m. Prayer and Fasting service, 7:30 p. m. Opening servica of revival. Revival .services each evening at'7:30.: October 27 through November 7. Rev. Q. W, Eudaley of Wichita, Kansas wjll be the evan^e- Ilist. ^y&MW MJ89;i>,fip.v »$^ 8:25-8:55 a. m, ' Prtlty tiospel Hour KXAR. i« , , „ , *, ' < Sunday School 10 a. m. — Aai>y Gilbert, Supt. „ , ' ' ' Morning worship 11 f^m. t . 6:30 p, ,m. Baptlft frilfltag Service, Jessie, McAdW*. Pr$i« 7:30 p. m. EVephitt, Worship <« Monday . -, ' i,, , ,,% \ A 2 p. m,,— Senior Lidj*a Auxiliary Mrs. Barney Gatoes, preside?)*.. , 7tOO p, m, WJlltai' ? WQfk«S Aib<iH9rv, Mrs, Fr«lk Thomp, Presldertt, * ' 7 ' Wedneid.y ^ ' , ^ 7 p. m. teachers Meeting ,' 7 p. m. Girls Misstorliry Auxiliary, Mrs. Howard White, Teacher. 8 p. m. Prayer SerVice andBiWe Study. , , . . Deacons Meeting Subject to call ot Pastor, \* , ' All states require children, to start school at the ago of 0, 7 * or 8, the exact age differing between the states, ., „ ,&.,„»&£ "... _ ' . t This Series of Church Ads Is Being Published Through the Cooperation of the Local Ministerial S O ponsored by the Undersigned Individuals and Business Institutions Rettig Nash Motors Nash Sales & Service •Stephens Grocer Co. Wholesale Grocers Young Chevrolet Co. Chevrolet Sales & Service ;. Cox Bros, Foundry & ', Machine Co. ; .--Everything in Machine Shop Work ' J, A, Davis Grocery ' Hope Federal Savings and Loan Association Real Estate Loans to Buy - Build •«• Repair Hope Theatres, Inc.' Eldon Coffman. City Mgr. Collier Tire & Battery Service, DurJop Tires—Excello Batteries—Emerson TV First National Bonk Member FDIC William M, Duckett Buyerg »{ Scrap Iron & Metal Hope'Feed Hou^ani;Ciji!i Midwest Dairy Product? Nature's Most Healthful Food AAid-South Cotton & Supply A. E. Slusser W. Shanhouse Sons, Inc. . Clothing Manufacturers pwen's Department Store Ben Owes Franks & Son Wholesale Fruit gnd Produce Bruner-lvory Handle Co. Phone .7-2304 Gunter Retail Lumber Co. Your Biailding Store - Hope Transfer ^StorageCo, - - Qtln* «. Movf* . T Ralph Montgomery Market Your Friendly Shopping Center Southwestern Packing Co. Pork and Beef Packers Cities Servise Station Grover Qroydon Anthomy Lumber Cs, v y --wimMrv s" *•* I Butane SQS Co. Appliances Hope Basket Company 7-3345 .Citizens National Bonk, •• • r»is , Oreenlee Sheet Met Makers el Sfetet Metsl |, 0,

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