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Camden News (Newspaper) - August 31, 1963, Camden, Arkansas Camden new serving the South so Deal Industrial area weather partly Cloudy and Mim today and Xiv a number 112 a associated a Ress Camden Arkansas saturday aug. 31, 1963 up United Prew inter amp Tiona Price 5c de gunners in new attacks on us helicopters by Peter Arnett Saigon South viol Nam a communist gunners shot up 18 . Helicopters and killed two More americans on Friday in the War Fiat parallels South Viet names Buddhist crisis. . Army 1121 helicopter vows downed in flames and two americans aboard it perished m Miles a Oral invest of Saigon a capital be decked for a mass demonstration expected saturday in sup a Point of president Ngo Dinh a s government. Four were wounded. Seventeen other 1121s, assigned like the downed Craft to ferry vietnamese troops for a raid on. Merrilla hideout near the Cam cd than Border were hit by red i natured by 11 bullets. Addition five of the elderly Jennana shaped transports wore forced Down by mechanical Rou Ile. Lions club enjoyed film Stephens Ark. Special a the fauns club met thursday noon at the Mecca inn for its regular meeting. Carl Walker Sor Ved As president n the Abson a of , Rcv Elev. Guests included ttys Muller an f i1 Raith Fontenot of new Orleans and Howard Stewart who offered a film that was produced by the greyhound lines this of a in showed various Points of historical interest from coast to coast. Vivid pictures of Reno Nevada the. Alamo of san Antonio the a great fire in Chi Calton Tiddick miss Carol Riddick is the 16 year old daughter of ii. L. Ibid ick of Stephens and a candidate for ouachita county fair Queen. Carol is a student at Stephens school where Slit is a member of the girls basketball team and Ii. A. Hot line to Moscow open Herbert Murphy is named Honor no Simiu Lin Kou air station special technical sergeant Habert Murphy of Louann Ark., has been named the outstanding non commissioned officer of the Quarter for his unit Here. Sergeant Murphy was selected for the Honor in recognition of his exemplary conduct Ana performance of duty. The sergeant is the son of mrs. Mary e. Murphy of it. 1, Lou Ann. Ilis wife is the former evil a a. Bennett of Smackover Ark. A police Aid negro family in settling in new Home George Esper Folcroft a. A a negro couple who moved under heavy police escort through a jeering ugly tempered crowd into Timeir Home in a previously All White area tried settling Down today for what Thoy Hope will be a Iona stay in the damaged Home. More than 10g state troopers augmented by a detail of a Dozi a a quot military spokesman said circe am scans were wounded a communist shots when other Cli copters landed in the area of to crash to investigate Ionics of All lie casualties a Ere withheld. The fliers deaths brought to 54 Fie number of american s killed a action on vietnamese soil. The ill from All causes including a Lwade tit in perfectly indents is 99. Hundreds have Cen wounded. J a strained relations remained avid Cut Between South Viet Nam a my its giant ally. One Issue was one Frei. Tic . Aid Mission a of a Ian line foe american millions in wort of Viet names White loue or Kremlin the coincidence was fitting but most unusual that a load1 of greyhound passengers stooped atn.,Ini,. A Virt of a. I system the Mecca Uin As the film was. I being show i. This was a special of Texas touring the country. That Jas a coincidence Wasny Titi or did our Frie m Joe Many persons arrested in Cuba Miami. Fla. Apr Havana Rand armed forces is sheltering Dio said today Many persons were to Buddhist monks who sought slum there from the military crackdown on the Buddhist foes i f diem last week. If s. Ambassador Henry Cabot Odge in died South vietnamese government for Ioir surrender. This move was liter a h osted thursday night in a Varia for Roh Ising to go to work or enlist in the military service. Without using specific numbers the broadcast monitored in i is reported to have to Miami indicated several Hundred new demands from the were jailed by militiamen in what it called a government Campaign against Vag Botis. Against vagabonds Volunteer finds no Trace of Bova by Stanford h. Benjamin Hazleton a. Apr a courageous Volunteer has ended speculation that missing Miner Louis Bova might be entombed in the v.,v same underground chamber from but it a also keep nervous m0f Esi Brick Row houses in this a which two companions were Ros by Elton c. Fay Washington apr the his a horses remained ready to contone1 quot hot line bet Wen washing-1 Tain any new outbursts or Deni Cogo Lincoln a Gettysburg and to a to gtd to cow is open for i Tsi on stations such As Friday nights Tomb of the unknown Soldier Atin a business that officials Hopco Rock and egg throwing that the Arlington cemetery were of will never to become a riot. Real importance. I state police maj. Singleton 1 now a t Ikle or a hell in the at either end of Tho a merger by com May signal tie no a. Urls crisis. Shreffer said anyone not living on i the formerly peaceful Street where the Horace Bakers now reside a would be kept out. A thousand or More jammed into the area of Lana Faye Johnson miss Lan a Faye Johnson is the 1 1 year daughter of and mrs. Walter h. Johnson and candidate Lor ouachita co. Fair Queen. Lana is a student at Camden High school where she is a member of the band f b l a Anchor club and Spanish club. She is also head majorette and a Delegate to girls state. Cued. With this Hope for finding the i a veal old Bova ended drillers provide some clue to the where Aboulos of Bova who has been missing since a mine Cave in at at nearby Sheppton aug. 13. A or Pretcul As. A Lough Jiing of i Ftp policy toward diem a regime Jurt could precipitate a dip Lorna it j. He clash. I Premier resigns \ Helsinki a the year old coalition government of Premier a Iii Karjalainen resigned today a a cause of a Price dispute Over agrarian daily products a a Over Anent spot Kiesman said. Karbala inn 40, became the of nest i history Hen he was appointed last year. Fingers from pressing the buttons a i Nae phia suburb Friday night that would launch nuclear War. The Bakers once inside kept i Empl Clun of the circuits made All Lii this of. Possible to a .-soviet agree a. Jent to create machinery for fore Early today after Tho crowd continued work today on several Siam ing , was announced la had dispersed Baker 26, came 100-Yard Dep shafts which might comically fonday night by the pen-1out of the House briefly and told Wagon. La state trooper a sorry i caused a a the air amp al communication link i All this trouble. But i Hope every Between Washington and Moscow thing will turn out is now operational quot said a one lie Shook hands with a priest announcement. On the Street and several nigh the and radio system i Bors again began jeering. One is. Under the terms of the agree cd a a let me Shako your signed in Geneva last Jun r t 20, a for in time of emerge j ulcer returned inside where i. A if. Six several companions it Wonhi be used when Tho to sitting in the dark. Chiefs of stole needed to co Fen. Cur Eetla Nui Ekly because Oil by this time Only a dozen troop an Ineido fit. Acecil ital or Una hers were patrolling in the . Wirich Ith. Vise could jute Iii Jim challenging every bring on nuclear War. Jono who appeared. Ilowe Vei 1j- that of Claudio Lopez Vargas re in urging of the system troopers in All were on Call. Gently arrived exile who said thursday that prime minister Fidel Castro has arrested More than s 000 persons in Havana for refusing to work or join the army. Lope said special squads of Security r a it the and a militia fully armed up at movie houses Heaters cars billiard rooms and other Public places and pick up everyone who does no to have a court House to be closed monday St Premier in the 44-Vear uni unification card. Dosed All t of the. Finnish Republic broadcast said those a. A he was appointed last year. Arrested w re All picked up to a this is lab billiard . Ouachita court House will be Day monday county Cross said Friday labor Day Holiday. President Kennedy cited danger j Baker indicated his determine Ous delays in communication is be Tion to stay even before he m Ved tween Russia it and us u11 e<1 a my �12 Afa Allf cuban quot a i a�?Tki0us quot quot s Durw mrou6h a win. The cuban Cums. Dow toy add a he said a this is a Challenge. And if we can to live up to a Challenge we hav no place to Baker a Laboratory technician for a Camden n.j., firm said he and his wife Sara 26, a nurse at Philadelphia Hospital a Only want a Deeverl to live. We will obey and respect the Law anti Hope Ether people they left their 2-year-old daughter for a a definite stay with mrs. Baker s relatives in Sellers Ville up demonstrations held in Saigon Saigon South Viet Nam apr a South vietnamese staged Tuasivi pro government demonstration in front of the . Information Agency Headquarters today hailing prexy unit Ngo Dinh diem and assailing Security violators. Whether by coincidence or intention the demonstration was held it Saigon a main downtown so hazardous was Tho Mission performed Friday night by Volunteer Andy Drebitko 36, of Potts Ville. That his identity was not disclosed until after he had been hauled Back up a 308-foot Shaft and a snorted. No Trace of Bova. The shift went to the chamber from Winch Bovais companions. David Tell in 5s. And he try throne 2s. Had been rescued last tuesday alter two works entombment. A Remote controlled television camera lowered into the chamber for testing and exploration had picked up what . Charmbury. Pennsylvania Secretary of mines had said appeared to be the image of a Man. Dreb a amp reported a what appeared to be the image of a was the remains of a plug that had been used to close up the 12-Iiich Hole before they widened it to 18 inches and brought fell in and throne to the Lope was curled around the plug. A a my of the area when Fellin and throne had been a Drebitko said a indicated that it would have la on impossible to to Iii Tom there to where Boohit a but entombed on the 0 k site Side of the As soon a Drebitko made his report the drilling rigs a which had been Reo t along with everything a a a i \ ept a Generator supplying Power for electric i lit a to in in again. Drebitko about 5-feet \. Loci i into tin a Haft let a al it nut a in in men holding onto a the i rope. in others Mai Aien three lines Qia it said that a 22-Inch Hole already started East of the Fellin Throo Oscalie Hatch had gone Post the 150-foot Mark and Arra Man is Deputy than $1. Billion Worth of fuel avid French Lois do Guerre. Commander of defense Ehehal requirement a annually lie to a hi4s graduate of the for the Wuorio wide use of the Are University of Arku Usas with lion colonel a. Mullins us mod forces ors. Was grat Luald from the in 13 Biot Iier of mrs. . Of Dell Veteran of More than 22 Ives ii of Texas and completed route 1. Camden and son of years service und former flight the advanced management pro Len Mulliis of Buena Vista just motor col. Mullins command pram a larva d University Deputy commander of the de our a fighter Squadron in Kii Topui col. Mullins is married to the it Tise Petroleum Supply be nuts during world War 11, and is a former Vivogene smart of Slep i Hington d.c., an activity of former Deputy director of sup Ilins Tavui resides at 4k0 Kings in defense Supply Agency. Ply for the air Force. His de Ilon , , Virginia disc commanded by hear and to oration in include the Silver Star with his wifi and three children Liral . Becknell jr., Supply flying Cress and Lames d., 17, Stiv ii 8. And to corps us is the Oil at Eaf Cluster air medal and ii i. It Igi East customer procuring a urn Jim Oak Leaf clusters and the . Army photo mall at intersection of several would in driven to the Bottom in boulevards in front of the . In-1 the continuing near i for Bova. Formation Agency Headquarters j u. A officials reinforced t b e Marine guard at the Agency Buckl and if Vienus were request <1 to remain indoors throughout the two hour demonstration. Booster club game tonight at 7 30 pm. At Tate Field the fair jew Booster club will Prein it their 5th annual ked flute foot a a ii game. This game quot j is in teams composed of for Mer t Ardi al Grinders and others in support of the Booster club Pic of Fain Charles is Captain of lift White 1 am arid Burton Mann is Captain of the red team. Each team has Twenty players. Proceeds from this game Are used by the Booster club in its program of supporting the Cardinal athletic program. The two teams have been working out for two weeks and should be ready to provide fun and thrills for the attending fans. Fairview school faculty listed the 1963-64 session of thy fair a View Public schools will open tuesday morning september 3 at 8 15 for a half Day session. The children will be dismissed at 11 30 . To be Home for the noon hour. All students who have not bought their books should do so immediately. The faculties As announced by it. H. Shaddock superintendent Are an follows non teaching administrative personnel Secretary to superintendent a miss Barbara Cook school Mechanic and transportation a a. K. Smith cafeteria supervisor a mrs. Fletcher Slone senior High faculty Cecil Warnock principal. Jerry Daniel social studies and assistant coach. Mrs. Christine Day Amport English. Miss Geneva Ferguson Home economics. Beal Illbrook mathematics mrs. Helen Hughes librarian Ifcic Lindsey . And head coach. Mrs. Ruth Loudon vocational guidance. Mrs. Agnes Parnell English and Spanish. Mrs. Laura Purifoy first and second year algebra. Mrs. Jimmie sue Roark . And science. Thomas Roark physics and mathematics. Dale Robbins band i Ivictor and music appreciation1 and glee club. Mrs Gail Robbins commercial subjects. Mrs. Louis Walker English Ward l. Warnock agriculture William Yarbrough chemistry and biology. Rodney Zachary history and assistant coach. Junior High faculty Robert Eddington principal mrs. Winnie Anderson rea�3irig and Spanish. James brow English Pat Foster. Science and head basketball coach. Floyd Hughes mathematics mrs Eloene Mcbride Arki Ansi history and English Millard Mcbride history and civics Thomas Patterson. Geography and assistant coach. Mrs. Margaret Ross mathematics. Mrs Maude Zachry. English Steve Buress. Special education. Elem. School faculty w. K. Hood. Principal. Mrs. Daisy Deli Patterson toe. Enl education. Mrs. Greer Daniel. Public school music. First Grade mrs. Christine Benson mrs Rosie Jane tones mrs. Nellie Mae Merritt mrs. Camille f., Miller in. Bettyl a reek of Cost , mrs. Ola hello Bradshaw mrs. Vita june Hankins miss Irene Mann mrs Hazel Robertson miss Kim sent i third Moradk or. Davie Allen miss Floy Howell miss alien Oakley mis. C auz Lle mrs. Ann Stehman fourth Grade mrs. Juanita Carrie min. Barbara Corinee mrs. Amolee Kizzia mrs. Gladys Mcallister miss Vera smart fifth Grade mrs. Thelma Bunch mrs. Freda Lossev mrs. Rose Marv Dean mrs Melba munds mrs. Nell Tison Todd sixth Grade mrs Maiv Arnold a Benson mrs. Of it to swear mrs Volli. Wood Lafayette Hgt is High Rov h. Loeft Pri Neinl a Therin e to it a a a it it Fnu Lei Manue me Beth science coach bigger farm receipts for ouachita county French plan on Viet Nam not practical by John m. Hightower Washington a -. Offi Ciao discounted As impractical today a proposal by French president Charles de Gaulle for the neutralization of Viet Nam backed by a French offer of a cordial but sir. George Aiken of Vermont he Senate s senior Republican and a member of the vorc2gn relations committee said the United states should take up de Gaulle on his offer a to relieve us of o in responsibilities in South Viet we invested about $3 billion in that area and i am delighted ii France i. Willing to take Over our responsibilities a Aiken said. French ambassador Heric al hand discussed the do. Gaulle move with Secretary of state Dean Rusk Friday then told reporters it was quot not intended As a slap at . Policies in the Southeast asian country. De Gaulle a statement thursday had caused irritation among officials Here because they saw it As a possibly troublesome intervention in critical situation for purposes which they said privately they could not understand. Some thought and still think that de Gaulle was immediately concerned at ? time of crisis in Viet Nam with reasserting French interest and perhaps some French Terest and perhaps some French French colonial Rule. There was a widespread interpretation also that indirectly and by implication do Gaulle was indicating disapproval of . Policies in Viet Aiken said however he did not understand any the stale department appeared to be baffled and annoyed by de guile a action. As a member of the Weste it in Bloe the senator said. Franco has a responsibility to help preserve peace and resist communism. A we Haven t seen any detailed proposal of course a Aiken said. A maybe this is a bid to reassert French i fluence in Southeast Asia. A France is trying to be important. Lets take them up on this. If this is not a Bluff. Id so far As to leave a great part of our step pres and equipment in the area for them and stay there during the transition . Policymakers Are deeply concerned about Tho future development of the Viet Nam crisis Between the government of new York special a for most ouachita county Farmers 1062 proved to be a More successful year than the previous one. In contrast to Farmers in some sections of the country the majority in the local area were Able o boost their Gross pts above the former level a Survey shows. The chief Factor in this increase j was a record yield per acre far j mers were Able to produce More than Ever before despite the cutback in the amount of Laud under cultivation. The results were achieved a pouring on More fertilizer by improved tillage practices and by planting better seeds. The farm statistics from All parts of the United states were compiled by the Standard rate and data Scrive. They reveal the changes in farm income on a county by county basis. In ouachita county according a a a a a a to the report Gross farm income or. James g. Patton executive in the year amounted to $1,653.090. Secretary of the general Counci compared with the prior years presbyterian Church ., will j $1,530,000. Or. James Patton to address Church meet by the principal speaker at the fall rally of the Central division of the Church to be held tuesday sept. 10 at the first presbyterian Church of Magnolia. The dinner meeting will be held in the Church Felon ship Hall from the bulk of this represents Moi by received from the Sale of farm products. Other items making up the total include government payments and a income in kind a which is the value of products grown and consumed on the farm. 6 30 to 8 30 . All men of pres a of the Call returns locally from by Terian churches in Union Oua the Sale of farm commodities Chita Dallas and Columbia coun a some 28 percent of it came from ties Are invited to attend. Crop marketing and the other 72 i Patton is a native of Hend percent from livestock poultry Erson ky., and received his b.s.,and Dairy products. The break de Gree from Davison College at Davidson n.c., and the b. D. Degree from Union theological Seminary at Richmond a. He is a member of the exec. Tiv it committee of the americano $972 per capita Bible society and was chosen one this compares with of the world Council of churches capita the previous year committee of 45 for the ii St a world ecumenical consultation on stewardship in 1961 at sey Switzerland. Down is based on department of agriculture figures. The total income in ouachita county in terms of the number of people living on the land came per missions rally Day at Cullen Dale Church sunday is designated As missions rally Day at the Cullen Dale Assembly of god 333 South Street missionary evangelist Bob Hoskins will be guest speaker in All the services. In the 11 00 worship hour he will speak on the subject a crumbling Gates a message born in almost eight years of evangelism around the world and leading great revivals in Many parts of the world Rev Hoskins will be speaking in the missions rally on sunday the Outlook is getting better for the nations Farmers the official figures indicate. They Point to an average increase in net inborn of 4 percent in the past year a Dezinc in the number of farms and. In part to larger government payments. This year the curve again is moving upward. According to Pic luminary reports a bumper yield May be expected As the nation s Farmers More highly Mechanic d thaw Ever Are Able to operate More and More efficiently. Kennedy has no plans for talks Diyann is port. Mass. A it president Kennedy has a no at present to meet this fall with president Tito of co Mimi ii a profile of family income 1962 evening at 7 00 and Wilt feature a film made during a great a Vival in Hong Kong called the Wllie sources it rrp0riit Lonj Kong Mirael ibis re Ciuti la a Poilu c within the next two weeks or. A to meeting might be a Hoskier will be flying to British fringed should Tito map a it a Givian a to begin More than a United stages during the gener5. ,. Vear of evangelism throughout i Assembly of Hie cured heaven the government o 1 Icsis uth an Erica. A Alnus a Hiel. Begins sept. 17. Dent Ngy Dinh Dom and Buddhist 1 and student elements to the government. The United states has been outs Okenly critical of gov i Ament actions against j 111� buddhists including Many arrests Ara attacks last week on Buddhist Temple. At the name time . La it aders ave f it thir scope of action is limited because As one official said. A him is a War on and the United states wishes a avoid any action which would weaken opt rat ions against communist guerrilla forces. Aged Man through with engagements visitors ii Khz Bill Ainsworth of Wichita fulls Texas and Tim co Bull of Waxahachie Texas Are spending the wee kill with Bill a parents Norma and Waite Ainsworth Here. Frank Ivey to preach Here on sunday Frank Ivey son of or. And mrs. George Ivey will be Kun St minister at first methodist Chin he Lor the morning scr vices sunday september i. Or. Ivey graduated from Florida Southern at Lakeland Florida during the Spring lie and his wife an Are visiting t r. And mrs. Ivey prior to moving to Dallas ii will be a stud int al Perkins school of thro. a och Iii methodist univer Lisiy England apr Frank Woodward. 81, said today he is through with Long on a Ems its. Quot no Eiore of that three weeks stuff for me a lie declared. A next Tini it it i plan to get married take out a License and get on and with i Woodward was jilted two hours Velma me Juth. Inf of Niue be \ before if. Was supposed to mar tto Borl Smith. Vol a try wide Irene tip Etitel. 07. The Dorris Stein find lab Ard by i Ltd to to left a note saying mathematics. A tin vet i can t go it Olup Huq tall or English is mid Arx-1 Bonts j wooded blamed will. a ulv. is or. tee i it p,.jnril in much limit it it Thiol thir so a a Tirol w Rizii it i a a Lviv f i lians social of i j is to to in a logwood English and a pm in Xci Ltan s sixth Grade Simms Lawson. Assistant Prill ci1 Mary Dunn Tny a a of Titi i Grade tones div i Llosa i int tui of nth Grade thrre1" a i or it it Tinam Grade if Lon Mattie i de a note r. Mar Merle Winston a by Mojor Industry group plane crashed la p Bolivia apr to ,. An a a Hority said today inc amp hop in Sta a c Transo j to Cowman. Amp Ofchar pub. Util it a Tri f7 i Privati a Slung Nuto to Vernoi emote iromae nodes Mountain i Iso Miles m Ute it of la a and that thru swedish employees of the unite nations w in believed dead i the tin t a were listed As Ohn Tori s in i Antior. Gunnar , and tag ii Llast Olgus. They Eav mls Weir of no on family 1ncom12-. Average family intone As shown in while Square top right news Chart above refers to the median midpoint Inforno in Survey of families Whoso head of household was a year round Lull i pc it 11 Trade pert Inai ser it i is forestry amp ii Here a eras. First Grade Martha a Dennis Lillie Mae Hill time worker. Family income As shown by major occupation and by major Industry is a jetted on a different sampling. average income was $7,07b. Unta. Cousis Bureau us compiled by National Industrial conference Hoard inc

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