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Camden News (Newspaper) - February 4, 1962, Camden, Arkansas Val. Ings even Lam old Day any pred ining temperature the temperature for the 24-hour period ending at 7 00 . Saturday was High 75. Low 43. River 29 feet falling. News volume Xiii number 242servia the so vows weal Industrial Are Aaric Nsasi fair Anco a Latue warmer through sunday. Highest Tomiva ral ures today in Tho 70s. Low fit tonight in the 40s. J apr Assoc lated pm m he Camden Arkansas sunday february 4, 1962 up a cult cd press inter nation death claims dentist who died three times in Cleveland Ohio apr the expected end came Friday night in the strange medical Case of or. Jerome a. Streem 37. The dentist whose heart Artel breathing stopped twice within 24 hours and once resulted in a trip to a funeral Home sunday died at mount Sinai Hospital. After a thorough Check Hospital authorities reported the death a nearly 128 after a doctor Mistak Ertly had declared tt�5 patient dead at his Home in suburban Cleveland Heights or. St to pm who gave up his dental practice mors than 10 years ago when felled by multiple sclerosis never regained consciousness. He was in a coma in the latter stages. Two Sisters were outside his in of when the last Ember of life flickered out. Ironically or. Streem a father Harry 72, was discharged from th3 same Hospital Friday after More than a week cd a stay for a heart ailment. The father aware wifi son was in critical condition was Given the news of his death. But relatives kept him shielded from the bizarre circumstances fearing it might have an Adverse affect on his condition. A it is been an awful Strain on All of us a said one relatlv.9. Funeral set vices were set for sunday at the Miller memorial fun izeral Chapel it was at that mortar that the Stran amps turn of events secured last sunday. Seventy five minutes after a doctor had checked or. Streem a respiration heartbeat and pulse., a funeral attendant was the Olja in the Stretcher Litto the preparation room. He was startled to see ,2 form breathing. Two Brothers Leon and Larry Miller administered oxygen used closed heart Massa amps and sped or. Streem in an ambulance to the Hospital. The following Day or. Stroem a breathing and heart Stoppe Ltd again a but Ottly a for a minute or two a according to doctors. External wart mass age oxygen and an incision of the Windpipe dict the Job. Later that Day the Patie Rrt was breathing without Aid. But doctors were Frank in saying chances were a very slim for Reco Usry. Or. Streem i Allied some tuesday then began sinking. In of be . To embargo All cuban imports Lions open dist rid 7k red r in i re son l that. In station i cd. La i i Lions of District 7k which covers 35 districts in Souther i and Western ail Cansay began registering saturday afternoon for the third annual midwinter conference at hotel Camden. Over 150 ar.9 expected for the two Day meet Irig which is highlighted by Banque it tonight at 7 30 . Main speaker of the conference with the International director Charles w. Mowery of York a. He arrived at noon by private plane at Harrell Field. Registration and were the older of this afternoon. Golfing Tours of the City visits to pottery and Industrial plants Wem available to the visitors Many lionesses Are Here also there will be special entertainment for them. A local Lio Tess committee will use that the visiting Lionis i ses have a Good time. Big feature for the ladies in addition to the banquet tonight will be an entertainment at the first Federal Community building just across the Street from hotel Coudert. Lovely prizes have been provided and there will be Many favors for the visitors. The Pii Ogram includes recept Ion tonight at 7 . Honouring or. And mrs Mowery and other lion officials including District governor and mrs. Ben Mccray of Benton. The banquet at 7 30 . In the hotel ballroom will include group singing invocation by or. Roy i. Bagley. Introduction of guests by w. W. Humphries Deputy District gov i nor introduction of of the Spalier by . Gov. Ben me Cray by or. Cowery and # presentation by r. H. Shaddock zone chairman. Lion Dean Brown will sing at the banquet with mis s Elizabeth Cope Lartch As accompanist. After the banquet there will be dancing in Tho hotel coffees hop with Walter Lee silly Many Sar Chestra. Sunday morning there will be a breakfast promptly at 7 . Rhos will feature Fellowship and entertainment. I. John r. Maddox will give the it vocation and there will be group singing. Steve Ruff and his Dummy will provide a skit and miss Margrat Prince will sing. Adjournment will be at 9 . For sunday school and Church services. Camden Lions will Dir act the visitors to the Church of itli3lr Choice the visitors will be of their own for lunch and then at 2 . The Lions will hold theh bus Ness session while the lionesses go to the first fed eral building for their entertainment. All local Lions and their wives Are invited to any and All these events. Banquet and breakfast tickets can be secured at the registration desk in hotel can men. Local lion committees have been framed and All have worked hard for several work of. Jim my Smith and a1 Rose Are gun Oral chairmen. By John al. Lingl lower Washington a the Kennedy administration is expected to announce shortly a Complete embargo on . Imports from Cuba amounting to about $35 million a year. The action will be the first Here following the decision of Western hemisphere foreign ministers to exclude Cuba from the organization of american states and to take Steps to combat communist subversion in this hemisphere. President Kennedy reportedly made the decision to crack Down on imports following the return of Secretary of state Dean Rusk from the inter american meeting at Punta Del Este Uruguay. Rusk said prime minister Fidel Castro has been using the dollars to finance communist activities in other latin american countries. . Imports from Cuba in the first 11 months of 1961 ran to about $32.4 million. About 90 per cent of this was tobacco for the Cigar manufacturing Industry in the Tampa fla., area. The remaining 10 per cent was fresh fruits and vegetables. U. S. Exports to Cuba in the same period totalled about $13.6 million in food and medical supplies. It was understood that under the new Cuba would still be Able to buy . Food and Medicine. The Kennedy administration been reluctant to halt these exports lest S.C. a move be interpreted As a blow at the Cuba people. I Molotov now quarantined with flu Gen Walker enters Texas governor s race Joe Parker gets u. S. Steel Post the an ointment of Joe l. Par do later 9j39 Yates Chicago Illinoisan a methods analysis in the accounting department at South works u. S. Steel was announced today by Owen f. Robert my works auditor Parker is a native of Camden Armani its and attended the mid Western conservatory of music Chicago. He and his wife. Patricia have two sons Michael and Ronald. My he if the son of or and mrs. L. Parlor route 4, Camden. Armed police patrols watch in Paris by David Mason Paris apr armed police patrols tightened Security in Paris today. The government warned French rightists that any attempt to Block president Charles de Gaulle a plans for peace in al Geria would be beaten Down by Force. Cruising slowly through Parl str costs the patrols checked sushi Clous vehicles and pedestrians. Tensions mounted amid reports France and the algerian rebels Wens near Accord on algerian Independence. During the night a Iamb explosion apparently the work of the right Wing secret army organization pledged to sep Algeria French damaged the Home of socialist sen. Gaston def ire. Do Ferre who is also mayor of Marseille was not at his Paris Home. Algerians today. The French capital was quiet Dawn broke. Them were no signs in downtown Aneas of the 32 tanks and 100 other military vehicles ordered to reinforce Paris Security units before de Gaulle Speaks to the nation Moir. Day night. Interior minister Roger Frey said he could not Quot exclude a very limited attempt at but he told the newspaper Paris Presse la intransigent that a with the in mechanism i have on hand arty attempt of this nature will be Degaulle kept to himself what he will say in his radio to address which will l e beamed throughout France and Algeria. But it api ared doubtful he could disclose any final solution to the Noil african rebellion now in its eighth year. In recent Days highly placed French sources have reported that the Foertch government and the rebels in secret talks have in reached agreement in principle on the major Points in is Suo and lha next move to bring about a cease fire awaits approval by the Rel al he ranch. The rebel Cable no it plans to meet sunday it Tunis but any peace Accord must be submitted to Tho National Council of the algerian revolution a kind of provisional parliament which is not expected 0 Convene before Tho Middle of february. T terrorist attacks by the right 1st secret army and moslem killed fifteen algerians and thru europeans and Woun led is other persons Fri May in Algeria. Moscow apr the missing , Molotov always a Haid Man to pin Down has been found a in quarantine a doctor said the old bolshevik has the flu but hat it was not serious. News men traced the former Premier and foreign minister to Central Hospital in suburban mos cow Friday night. They were told he was in the infectious diseases Section and could not receive vis tors. It was the first time Molotov a whereabouts had Beert definitely established since the soviet foreign office in a announcement Jan. 8, said Molotov returning to his minor diplomatic Post in Vienna. He never showed up. Molotov. 71, returned from his Post As soviet representative to the International atomic Energy Agency in Vienna in november after Premier Khrushchev publicly had Der bounced. Him and other members of the so called anti party group at the soviet com Mun dirt party Congress in october. Western diplomats believed that Molotov would fever. Bold Public office again and were stunned by the announce Merit he was to return. When he failed to appear in Vienna Western diplomats speculated he was in a new struggle with Khrushchev the Man who toppled him from his party Post in 1957. The soviet fore grf office brushed off Molotov a Casie As of no political importance and disclaimed knowledge of his whereabouts. A usually Well informed source on thursday said Molotov had suffered a heart attack but was not in dangerous condition. A Hospital attendant disclosed Molotov a Hospital portfolio usually kept it polyclinic no. 1 in the Center of Moscow had been sent to Central Hospital 15 Miles out in the suburbs on Jan. 24�?16 Days after the foreign office said h was Etui Nung to Vienna. On the Gateway of Central hos Pital was a notice that visitors would not l e allowed until further notice because of an influenza epidemic. Or. Armeniak Ivano Vich Karl Milan confirmed that Molotov was there and that his Case was not serious. Cecil Bowers died Friday Rev. Cecil n. Bowers aged 03, died Friday afternoon. He was chaplain at the ouachita county Hospital Annex and convalescent Home and Active in the Baptist ministry for a number of years. He was born in Fordyce and moved to Camden 25 years ago. Rev. Bowers operated the Bowers fix it shop for a number of years and was a Lay preacher for 17 years. He served pastorate at Eagle Mills Holly Springs and Tulip he was a member of the ii St Church of Camden. Health seminar to be feb. 10 the mental health seminar originally set for Jan. 13, will be held in Camden saturday Nehru Ary 10, at vol Teslie school the seminar had to be postponed because of Snow. Many out of town people plan to attend and Delv ing conditions were too hazardous at that time. Outstanding men in the state will participate in a panel Dis cuss on on a Community mental is fortunate to obtain the services of men trained in this Field. Registration for the Sentina will begin at 1 00 . The sem Inar will be concluded at 1 30. It is hoped that every citizen who is interested in finding out How we can meet our Community mental health needs will attend this pub he meeting. This seminar is a follow up of the mental health Survey of Oua Chita county sponsored to Lilly by the Camden Junior auxiliary and the Arkansas state Board of he Alth. Tom Finley Brown Meads senior class he is survived by his wife and Orte son Robert Bowers of cation a daughter mrs. Alfred stringfellow of Hampton two Sisters mrs. Roy Mullins of Fordyce and mrs. Kirk Meador of Shreveport la., four grandchild , and seven al nieces and a nephews. Funeral services will be held at 2 30 ,. Sunday at ?i0pt< Chapel by or. T. L. Harris of North Little Rock and or. John r. Maddox of first Baptist Church card Cal or Harris is a former pastor Heie. Active pallbearers will be 0. V. Shaw Van Moseley James Domanski Joseph Parker al lord Anders and Richard Sava Cool. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the menus Bible class of the first Baptist Church. Thatcher at River meeting h. K. Thatcher executive vice president of the ouachita River Valley association departed Friday night for St. Louis wher�3 he will attend the 43rd annual meeting of the Mississippi v Valley association which will be held at Chase Park Plaza hotel on february 3 a and 6, Thatcher is a director in the association and a member of the water resources committee and the pollution advisory committee. These committees will be meet ing february 3 and 4. Thatcher is also a member of the water resources associated which is an organization composed of about 40 similar associations to the ouachita River Valley association Over the United states. This association will also hold its annual meeting in conjunction with the Valley association the principal work of the mis Sis Sippl Valier and the intr coastal coordinate the efforts of All organizations working on water resources development in the Mississippi Valley and the Intra costal canals. The association presents its findings to the Bureau of Tho budget and to members of the Congress. Thatcher will return to his Home in Camden on february 7. Austin tax a Edwin a Walker the controversial Foi Mer army general and gov. Price Daniel who wants to be Texas first four term chief executive dived into a Liot gubernatorial race Friday. Both became candidates for nomination in a May 5 democratic primary election that promises to be bitterly contested. Walker 52, resigned As a major general last year after the army relieved him of comment of the 24th division in Germany and reprimanded him for a troop indoctrination program. He since has aligned himself with extreme rightist groups. Also bidding for the democratic nomination Are John Connally 44, a close associate of vice president Lyn Don b., Johnson who resign cd As Secretary of the Navy to make the race. Mai shall Formby. 51, a for Mer Texas Highway commission chairman. Will Wilson 49, state Mattoi Ney general and a former Texas supreme court Justice. Don Yarborough 36, a Houston the Republic Art Nomma Tion is businessman Jack Cox 40, of Breckenridge he ran As a Democrat two Yert ago polling Zzz t other potential l Andi a e until Mon Day Midnight to file. Walker paid his $1,000 filing fee to the state democratic executive committee late Friday flying Here from Dallas. An aide of sen. John Tower a text a said in Washington that Tower and sen. Strom Thurmond d-s.c., both urged Walker Root to enter politics. The aide said both senators told Walker his crusade for a principle would lose a Glos s and glitter if he became a candidate rep Bruce Alger a text a in Dallas to announce his own candidacy for re election said he had appealed to Walker to a a cavity his Story to the people before adopt Irig a political tag a and then to seek a Federal office As a Republican. A i am very much interested in everybody a opinions but i make my own decisions a Walker said. A i am committed to no one and i do not intend to be a Daniel 51, disclosed his candidacy in a statewide television appearance five hours after Walker filed. Terrified indians try to Stop a doomsday predicted by hindus c. Of c. Board lauds Ellyson for service holds rare award m. H. Ilo Herl. Of Cantlon former president of the Arkansas numismatic society is holding the american numismatic association medal of Merit which has received for meritorious service. It was Ziwar Clcil Augusi 2lio. Or. Koi Ihm i sponsored the i n postal to Iet a a in Lori we Trust on nil u. S. Our Amicy. In Liis was suet t and Congress Iii prove d the plan. Or. To Herl will attend the Arkansas Coin in a Etin there sunday. Coin clubs to meet in Camden Sherman. Tux. Tom Finley Brown student body vice Presl Dent has been elected president of the senior at Austin College. To is the son of mrs. Frank a Brown of 522 Agee Street. In the same student election three students. Sharon Langston of Dallas Joan in Linneweber of san Marcos and Gordon Smith of Republic of the Congo were named to three Yeu terms on the aus tin College alums Board. Head fog in Camden one of the heaviest fogs in years settled Down Over Camden after 8 . Saturday. Although the Sun was out and no Clouds in Tho sky. The morning was Cloudy and murky. Narrative musical. Girl must learn to Cook before wedding Folkestone. Ert gland a a court has told Loyc a old Barbara Cairns she must prove she can Cook before she gets Mai ried. Barbara appealed to the court Friday for permission to wed Eric Goldsack 19, Over Tho objections of her father who complained she did no to know How to Cook. Being under 21 she nestled parental consent to marry. Magistrate Percy Gurr 70, Lent a sympathetic ear to Barbaraus plea but told her a you and to expect Young husbands to live on tins of sardines. They need a sub Stantial the elderly Jurist gave Barbara three months to practice up in her cooking arts said he would give her another hearing. He it aid�?~1 made Sune before i mar the Camden Coin club announces Tho annual meeting of Arkansas numismatic society at Tho Cam Den municipal auditorium sunday february 4, 1962. Mrs. Walter e. Tia<5sman is of Den club the Public is invited. No admission is charged. The program follows program 9 . A registration for Mem of the Arkansas n. S. 10 . A View exhibit a Trad ing a Register material for auction 10 30 . A trading session. 11 to 12 . A time to go to Church Camden has 42 churches. 12 to 12 30 a lunch. 1.30 . A business session a Call to order. 2 00 . A auction session a Arkansas numismatic society auction. 3 .10 . A trading . 5 00 .-meeting Adjo Umed. Smoking soothes nerves of Chimp Barry Wales a when her male died a month ago some thing in Melody seemed to die too. A she eat. She drink. Then she Bogart smoking ii St a few puffs then a whole Cigar Retto soon 10 a Day. Melody is a 3-year-old Chimpanzee. A smoking a plainly smoothed her nerves a so Aid the chimps owner George Palmer who has to pay out nearly $2.24 a week for her cigarettes a but when i amp Ether another mate ill Cut her cigarette ration a Gen. Forrest loses his Saber again Memphis Tenn. A the big statue of coi Tfelt Erate Gen. Nathan Bedford for rest is without a Saber again and this time it May be for Good. The Vii Root imitation Saber has been stolen. Its the third S.C. theft Sinae 1958 and a s. , director of Park said a it might l e a Good idea to leave the sword off altogether if it is going to cause this much t rouble. The the Lafayette High school chorus will present a narrative musical al St. Paul Baptist Church sunday night feb. 4 al 7 mrs. .1. T. Tacos narrator c. W Taylor choir director. This i it i o grand is sponsor gtd by Tho missionary society Trio Public invited. Rev. 1. R. Dunn pastor. Religious week at High school a a assuming stir Konson Schilit in an adult world will be the theme Foi religious emphasis week in Camden High school. Hope in Buirts president of the student Boily has proclaimed february 5- As religious emphasis week. Rev Albert e. Ione Rector of St. John s episcopal Church will be Sli Eaker for the entire time. Topics for his Tiliks each Day Are As follows monday a who am and what it Means be a person Quot , a How can i be free a ii a How can 1 he Good Quot thursday a does it matter what we believe a and Friday a personal relationships and getting along with people. Varous music groups of 11 school will sing al each Assembly. Rev. Life s talks will be Given each Day during the schools activity period 102.�?~5-11 00. The Public is Coit Lilly invited to attend. Welfare Aid Rule to Stop abuses Union City Tern. A under a new welfare system Here mothers seeking county Aid for their illegitimate children must name the father and swear out a we Vitant for his arrest. The plan is Ain cd at relieving Obion county taxpayers by making the fathers pay for the support of their illegitimate child Ren. After a few months operation its to swirled working pretty Well. Its Tho brainchild of Jiru be Dan my Kiminis who said to had a been thinking for some Lime whether it was the duty and Obi City manager add Ellyson was complimented for his work in Camden by acting president of the chamber of Commerce George Sli ankle at he regular meeting of the Board of directors . Or. the i pro citation of the Cham Xor for the cooperation or. Ellyson has shown on Many projects of the chamber during the past year. Vice president Shankle presided it the meeting due to the absence from the City of president or r. R. To logins who is attending an american medical association Board of trustees meeting in Chicago. Or. Robins will return to c Tiden next monday. By action of the Board a Neaf executive membership classification was created which makes imy employee of a firm already holding membership in the Cham Ber eligible for membership. Employees of the stale Federal gov rement. City and county Are also eligible under the new classification. Membership chairman a. D. Mason Iii resented a three phase plan for his committee for 19r2. 1 a re a valuation of Mem bin ship dues in an Effort to membership support. 2 a 1v� Day drive for now members directly following the annual banquet on feb Ary 22, and 3 John Dawson has agree to head ii a continue in Effort for membership through a a Contact club organization which will meet monthly. Vice president in of Graham to Portr a briefly that the Elmer whee or sales training course was Atti need by 147 people and the group seemed Well pleased with the i project. The tourist committee chair Maine by Jimmy Smith is cur rent a working in an Effort to air Uliase the old Chidester Home in Coop ration with the ouachita county historical society. The Homo when pure biased will in used As a tourist Center for the historic items of interest of Camden and the area. The chairman complimented Matt Rothert and the local Coin collectors for sponsoring a state meeting to be held Here sunday february 4. Or. Lames Guthrie vice Presl Dent of the South Arkansas sym , stated that tie first concert of his will be in Camden on monday february 12, at the High school auditorium. The committee is now soil citing funds for Camden a part of the annual budget for the orchestra. Patrons Are welcomed for t in financing of this project and May to included in Tho program credits by con tackling or. Guthrie Garland Hurt mrs. A. D. Mason or the office of the chamber of Commerce. Season family tickets Are now on Sale for the seven concerts in the trl cities for $5.00. Manager Bill Shelton Reid red on Industrial development activities and prospects. New Delhi India a Terri fill indians plunged into sacred Rivers lit sacrificial fires or prayed by the hundreds of thou Sandhi along Roadis Ldes today in what they bal sieved to to i zip eleventh Lour attempt to head off doomsday. Be ruse of a rare alignment of six plate to with the Sun and the Moon Indian astrologers have warned that in the not three Days the Earth a will be bathed the blood of thousands of they islet the period of doom Between 5 35 . A 7 05 , est today through Mon Day. In some parts of India and neighbouring Nei al there were re ports of near anic with huddling under one roof to be together we cd and if the end should come. Prime minister Nehru has beet i warned to take extra precautions i but to iwo poohed the warnings i in n.-2w Delhi slumped badly. Railroads ran with few s passengers. Thousands stayed j Home from offices and schools. men versed Iii ancient hindu scrap lures mum a bled prayer a a Over fires kept go ing with Butler Grams of can j phor and sandalwood powder _ one of indians richest Mustrat lists Rama Krishia Dalmia. Led Mas s prayer meetings in a new s Delhi fort. On Street Comers astrologers pal mists and almanac Semera raked in Small fortunes pedal my prophesies of individual doom oct survival. Many indians feared the Lyneis of the planets would Sot off earthquakes floods or Gertrul. Cat aah Rophe % u. S. Ready to resume talks re John m. Hightower Washington a the unit of states was a Oporto to today to ried that my wife could statue do in t look too bad with still Ali tied to welfare Aid Ifa Tion of the taxpayers to support have told Russia that it was pre these children when their fall n s Parl to continue exploratory Zoum be loing i talks on Berlin but left the next if he in Olvir refuses to n Ime move up to .�?~ soviet govern the father welfare Ai ? is ment. Held. A we would feel certainly u it n i. That she was not ambassador i be Tolyn Mckinnis said. But if the Man a to a one in a cannot be . The woman is Nyrl Erswood to have r. Kennedy fell off boat a really nothing to be excited about Honolulu a ally. Gen. Robert f. Kennedy prepared to r a ume his i found the world Good will Mission today after an unexpected dip in the Choppy Waters of the Pacific with his wife Ethel. The Kennedyiii on a pleasure i us e Between Honolulu and Peari Harbor fell overboard Friday when their Sailboat capsized a Quarter mile from Shoi e. A it was Neally nothing. No sense Gotting excited about it a president Kennedy a younger brother was quoted As saying. I to Navy pilots water skiing nearby saw the three Bobbing Heads. They swiftly came to Tho Aid of the Kennedy and a woman with them who was identified Only As mrs. Wilson. Leonard Wright died saturday Leonard Wright aged 8c, of route 1, Maul Road died at Home j Early saturday morning he was a native of Alabama and moved f to Camden four years ago from Nashville Ark. He was a retired Farmer. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Bertha schuster Wright four sons Wilton l. Wright and Glenn m. Wright both of Jacksonville fla., Ewright of Greenville s. C., Melba Wright of Searcy three daughters mrs. Marshall Compton of f of Angeles. Calif., mrs Elma Fulks of Lillie Stock mrs. Marlin Gaston , nine grandchildren. Funeral will be at 10 . Mon i Day by Rev. Rali h la iut and Rev. Novel meatier at Proctor a a Iel. Burial in Greenwood cemetery. Doctor saves life of boy stabbed in heart new York apr i thank the doctor from the Bottom of my heart. From the Bottom of my punctured heart Quot John Micallef 17, grinned when to said it. But there was no reason to doubt his sincerity. Five Days ago he was Stabb Cid a for 53 cents. Doctors said the Blad o punctured his left lung and the left ventricle of his h it Art. He had no blood pressure when he was brought to them. He was not breathing. Today he expects to he Home in 10 Days. It happened this Way the new Vot a Dally news reported John a Blue eyed youth who John hurried to metropolitan immigrant Tel Here two years ago j Hospital by an Molo from the Mali Terraneau Isle of 1st, was not breathing when lib Malta with the seven other ii of reached the emergency room. Ii his family went to a store us Lav night it mid paid $3 As an instalment on a ring for his girl. His older Brothers a com Panie Ltd him. Had no be. Or. Mark Napell 29. Senio chief surgical resident was Nurmi Mowl. A we insert al a Lulu a into his As they sauntered Home along Mouth and Down his Throat a the third ave on Manhattan supper a doctor recalled later. A i gave East Side five Young toughs con him a Nowith to Mouth respiration fronted them. One hacked John manual was applied to into a door Vay bared a in life and the heart Wall. An eight Inch in Demandel Money. John gave him 53 cents All he had left. The Tough shoved the Blade into ills Chest then bed. Olsion was May e Itilio his left Sidt to gel at the wounds. The doctor sail he put Bis ii of Index Finger Over Iho a Iii Luried been in. Russian for Leiyn Andrei a. Gromyko i when l Hompson Calko a at the foreign office in Moscow Thuis a Ciao. J in he object of the meeting the a Eulric a to Stop Iii by , an third in a series is to Proue the a massaged with his right hand possibility of negotiating a com Minics latin the Yoi Illi Ivain a a Ltd cons Cion ism is. A Lizur and a half water tin uniting is and Ilio incision Hari been cios Kythe collapse inn Hiil been Rei laced a tube leading from the Chest cavity was to i in place so that in want air could is Caine. died Friday mrs. Sarah Frances Thomas Ign a 80, of 457 Pierce Street died in a local Hospital Friday Naglit. She was a native of Dallas coun. To. She had Livell Here a Short Promise settlement to of the Berlin a a a he was the widow of a this Mike Thomas and a member of the primitive Chuich. In the memorandum the United Stati is i objected on behalf of the Western Powers a in pts Ilad Vanc he by a to Nikko Jan. 12 Foi what has coins to be known As a a three Gen Nanys Berichi St a ution. Friday the youth was taken to the menus Ward where he will re Marion Ark a West main until he can return lion Memphis. Ark. Teen Ager charged and get Well enough to go Back a a a a the Shotgun murder of two to Woik. Younger boys will undergo further psychiatric Saiu Rubiy. Service survivors Are one son Maston k. Thomas of san , Calif and six daughters mrs. Riley Sandage. And mrs. Forest Fite both of Camden mrs Arlis Young of Malvern mrs. Jessie la Ite of Holla mrs. Henry Fite of Sparkman. Mrs Cullis fit Hugh of Austin Texas one brother Dock Clifton of Malvern. 10 grandchildren and 10 great Grandi Bildren. Funeral will be announced by Proctor i ineral

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