Page 5 of 19 Apr 1937 Issue of Camden News in Camden, Arkansas

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Camden News (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Camden, ArkansasK the Cai Rogy Nawir a a a a % the chamber of Commerce proposes to do this for Camden this year agricultural development. 1. Actively support in every Way possible the work of o. J., Seymour vocational agriculture teacher Paul Carnith county agent and other agricultural leaders of the Camden Trade area. 2. Promote the importation into the Camden Trade area of pure bred Jersey bulls for Breeding purposes and pure bred Jersey cows for foundation Breeding Stock. 3. Cooperate with Camden Creamery in developing Best possible Market for Dairy products. 4. Provide beat possible Market for poultry products. 5. Underwrite Cost of fertilizer for 200 acres of tomatoes in 1937 growing season. 6. Cooperate with w. Risinger operator of meat curing Plant and with Farmers using this valuable of co Amer a dividend$489,123.56 e Hundred Twenty three and 56-100 dollars a 42,257.37 .$107.181.05 �88.13 61,385.21 96,311.80 87,300.00 .$489,125.56h. T. Patton president. A Holland Secretary ind Ustilla activities. 1. Continue program of interesting foreign manufacturer in Camden As a site for Industrial plants but offer no subsidies which Are beyond the scope of economic soundness. 2. Make a special study of industries that can develop and utilize our natural resources with the View of the establishment of Small industries utilizing local capital and local business acumen. 3. Safeguard and promote the interests of our present industries. 4. Investigate possibilities of utilizing our Lignite deposits. Community advertising and publicity. 1. Publish ail illustrated leaflet in Quantity showing the merits of Camden and give same wide circulation. 2. Use unique illustrated Letterhead for commercial concerns to be used in writing letters to out of town parties. 3. Secure the publication of stories about Camden in Oil company maps Magazine daily papers and miscellaneous publications of All kinds. 4. Send letters of Welcome from chamber of Commerce office to All people who move to Camden. Health activities. 1. Promote anti malaria Campaign. 2. Create a committee on Public health to cooperate with various health organizations and county health officer and nurse. ,. A Jil Tjohn Stinson or. President Young menus division chamber of Commerce ouachita Valley association 1. Actively cooperate with the ouachita Valley association in 1. Bringing the Basic freight rate Structure of South Arkansas to a parity w Ith other sections. F 2. Flood prevention and control. \ 3. Creating dams and reservoirs on the ouachita River and its tributaries. 4. Promoting navigation on the ouachita River with the View of making Camden the distributing Center of commodities moving into South Arkansas via water and truck and water and rail. 5. Conservation and utilization of natural resources of South Arkansas. Young menus division i a. 1. It band. 7. Continue Ai Inual Lonu Orchard Campaign to increase number of Toiuo Orchards in ouachita and Calhoun counties. S. Promote rowing of Liik Staple Cotton in Camden Trade territory through importation of better seed. Cooperate with Arkansas Jersey cattle club and Magnolia a. Amp m. College in bringing the famous Magnolia Belle Champion Jersy y cow to Camden for showing to ouachita county Farmers. Membership activities. Functions utilizing heir personal efforts and functions Iti sizing their personal efforts and them a part in Community development. Giving giving hold regular a a member ship forums of the entire membership that Are inspirational and informational discussing projects of general interest. 1. Actively cooperate with the Camden High Sthool band Board in developing our band. Trade Extension Lei. 1. Arry out special trades Day projects As May be desired by the retail merchants. Legislation. 1. Endeavor to prevent the passage of legislation unfavourable toward our industries. 2. Seek passage of Workman a compensation Law in Arkansas. Highway development. 1. Work aggressively As our chief Highway project for the hard surfacing of highways 24 and 53 from Camden to Prescott and Gurdon. 2. Actively promote the hard surfacing of u. S. Highway 79 from Camden to Stephens. 3 cooperate with neighbouring cities in the promotion of Highway projects of Mutual interest. 4. Secure re routing of in. S. Highway 167 from Thornton to Al Dorado via Camden to be known As u. S. No. 167 West. 5. Secure construction of Iii Liway shop and office building. 6. Hold special meeting for Hendrix Alphin celebrating completion of Highway 4. 7. Promote Graveling of Highway 7 from ouachita to Kent civic affairs. 1. Creation of a special advisory committee to cooperate with the City administration in the solution of the following programs 1. Working out the a ite parking problem of Down i town business Section. 2. Widening of Jefferson and South Adams streets. F 3. Straightening of South Adams Street. 4. Re routing of heavily loaded trucks from downtown streets. Agricultural development. 1. Cooperate with Extension service agents and vocational agricultural departments in conducting an a egg Exchange to provide purebred lunching legs to Farmers in the Spring of 1938. 2. Promote and Foster a curb Market. Trade Extension. Conduct numerous Goodwill Tours Liis summer in neighbouring towns and a Omnus Nilles wit ii band and special entertainment programs. 2. Cooperate with senior division in Trade Extension efforts to bring additional business to it Aulon. 3. Organize a Camden Booske club Amon travelling salesmen living in Camden. Civic activities. 1. Promote clean up Campaign for and health purposes. 2. Promote beautification of in Aili Oad pass a Uger stations in City. 3. Promote landscaping and i Aifiti fiction of court House Square. 4. Promote building of Roadside i it arks on a highways leading into Camden. 5. Promote safety Campaign. 6. Promote a City Beautiful Campaign to stimulate landscaping and beautification of City resist Lial property. 7. Continue constructive work in Furt Lier i a closing Sandy Beach Park. 8. Actively cooperate with Amdi ii Library Board in further development of tie Amden Library. Fire prevention. 1. Endeavor to reduce Cani l no a fire insurance rate from seventh to sixth class. Ast justifies its existence Many times. Be. Are you doing your part to support it. Be on the Honor list chamber Dimerc directors Young menus division John Stinson jr., Thomas Gaughan. G. D. Holland. Bradley j. R. Copeland w. R. Dietrich f. W. Edwards Bill Finley Howard Gatling Jeff Gaughan Thomas Hinton Beny president vice president manager Leysath 10. .1. May i Corgi Henry inc Coni Loomis n ii Jimmy la Uii Foy Loolu it Shelton r. 1. Steel Sam Stinson John j

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