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Camden News (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Camden, Arkansas Volume xviii number 7$ up a United press International san Riff the Sonitis Mai nutria Camon Arkansas tuesday july 11, 1967 apr associated press aftermath of violence restless troublemakers provide uneasy quiet in new Jersey cities Newark . A the ies Stenuis Frog irom negro in new Jersey stood at Lay after a taxicab Passen died of injuries suffered her in a fire bombing in Jar City. Racial armistice was being in nearby Plainfield and Yark itself seemed to be aking Good recovery from five is and nights of wild tumult accounted for 24 of the deaths. Elsewhere in Northern new Ersey restless troublemakers provided an uneasy monday it for the communities of Ibeth Paterson new Runswick add Jersey City. Newark s Calm was broken in today however when a lineman was shot and hit by car. Police said path Toni Ohn Romano was wounded to Exchange of shots with occurs of a car w Ilch then tried it Downin a negro frit far from downtown. Jersey the City victim was Freddie Lee Jones 24, a negro. Sills said b truce plan was police said he was Riding in a cab last saturday night when a fire bomb was the vehicle. He died i night of Burns. A woman passenger and the Driver were injured. The bomber escaped i race and identity unknown. Looting and window smashing in Jersey City led to the arrest of 34 negro youths during the night. Jersey City cd Lizabeth and Paterson were the scenes of rioting in 1964. Newark a business life was on its Way Back to Normal some 6,-000 new Jersey National guardsmen were withdrawn monday and control of the City restored to the 1,400-Man police Force. Plainfield a City of 50,000 about 18 Miles Southwest of Newark underwent a fourth nig Frt of disorder monday but Nolder than earlier outbreaks which had claimed the life of a White policeman. State atty. Gen. Arthur j. Worked out during a three hour night meeting with militant Young negroes including one described As a Quot Black Muslim a Force of 200 National guardsmen and the City a 83 Man police Force were withdrawn outside a 24-Block perimeter around the racially tense negro West end to let members of the negro Community establish their own peace keeping Effort. One complaint of West end negotiators was that Whites were Riding through the neighbourhood taunting negroes. About 35 per cent of Plainfield a residents Are negro. Sills said he found no evidence that Plainfield a disorders were abetted by Newark rioters. North of Newark in Paterson fires apparently set by arsonists flared in vacant buildings and a fire bomb was thrown at a drug store. Rocks were thrown Beth and a police car was stoned. Bands of Young negroes smashed and looted downtown stores in new Brunswick six Miles from Plainfield despite a Midnight curfew established earlier monday. There were a number of false alarms. Seven negroes were arrested two of them said to be carrying guns in Newark with a population of 400,000 about half of which Are negroes the property damage from the ugly rampage that engulfed a third of the City was estimated at $15 million by p. Bernard Nortman City economic development director. The Newark rioting began the night of july 12 after a negro taxicab Driver was arrested for a traffic violation. He was released without Bond to his attorney accused of assaulting the arresting police officers. Some officials were disposed toward the theory that the North Jersey rioting was planned and Price 10c 30 Arkansas leaders Back state Agency strike Bill data at a glance Washington a Here Are the major provisions of the Bill to end the nationwide rail strike signed monday night by to. President Johnson it Rock apr thirty orders striking members of of Arkansas top businessmen six Railroad shop aft unions to assembled monday to organize return to work immediately tithe state governmental of requires appointment of a fic ency commission and Drew five Man presidential Board to a pledge of support from gov. Try to win voluntary settlement Winthrop Rockefeller. Of dispute. Rockefeller told the members allows a 90-Day no strike of the group that the work of the no walkout period for the presi commission could be a far reach denial Board to try to get an ing and Long lasting if they agreement brought their own a modern and. A provides for the presiden efficient business practices al Board to impose a compel into state government and that Pory agreement if no settlement it could produce dramatic re-1� reached in 90 Days. Riot victim Plainfield ., suits. Us. Reports Many samoans sunk by helicopters Saigon apr the . Command today reported ill Viet Cong samoans sunk in two helicopter attacks at least 143 communist soldiers killed a Small firefights across South Vietnam in the past 24 hours and red mortar and rocket at Salisbury . Apr the tacks 00 five South vietnamese the Rowan county registrar of deeds and american Camps near surfboard s recommendations could was amon6 12 North Carolina North Carolina official among group arrested patrolman John Gleason or. By rioters. Nea telephoto through store windows in Eliz spontaneous. Lions to hear of new Industry Jaycees vote to change Date of meeting a representative of Strom Berg Carlson company one of Camden a newest Industry will speak to the Camden Lions club Are a official Quot a Quot it ta1hedk Washington apr the from their Union chiefs before Camden Industrial Park and it tei Vot a to change meetings to Viil is Tock to j0bs me of the largest companies for and a on their a machinists official . Nes n its of eld in non Day nights at 7 . Instead of after picket lines of Pine ark., said it h. M Armer and Norman weekly at no a mondays i under a fed would take a Federal court order Wamock have arranged the pro rectors meeting dates will be be binding until As late As Jan was shot and stomped to death Keroy Beasley 55, of al do-1, 1969. Rado was elected chairman and William f. Rector 50, of Little Rock was elected vice chairman. A full time executive Secretary will be selected later. W. R. A a witty Stephens chair Man of the Board of Arkansas Louisiana Gas co., Jack Pickens of Picken Bond construction co., and Rector declined the nomination for chairman before Beasley treasurer for Murphy apr a Box of mini mines sex Oil corp., was elected. Plodded in the face of an air Beasley and Rector in Force demolition expert Mon mediately named a special sex Day and blinded him. Ecu Tive committee that include City directors ask re hearing on Carter plea to get is men Back to work. Gram. Eral Back to work Law. A Toli will enable the products Eyen where a Quick return to it our forms and factories to 2 expected Railroad move reply once More a said a a Cial president Johnson in signing the commuter trains running m Law. Gift amps hastily passed for the morning Rush of monday Ped Tom text nation. Wide Ali ale4�rmyeirs. J the Law forbids resumption of 3t we permit vitally needed 8 be ins Ara sent to Quot Hidi a White House Board will forces in Vietnam a Eek a voluntary settlement,1 a. Prexy pleads for a s. Aid for research arms am Ruffi Bon said. Decided next week. Reports featured the noon meeting monday presided Over by James Branyan president. These included miss Arkansas pageant by Branyan and Burton Mannon the miss Camden pageant. Mann said that he believed the Jaycees will make a profit on the local pageant after All Bills Are paid. City Board members monday night referred the Appeal of John Carter about rezoning a residential area off Maul Road Back to the City planning com Mission and urged the commission to reconsider its decision. Or. Carter appeared before the directors and told than he planned to build some apartment houses on this property which now has a rs-1 designation single family residence the property is North of Maul Road and East of Belan Street lust behind the Small shopping area on Maul Road. The planning commission after a Public hearing denied or. Carters request for the rezoning following protests by several residents of that area. A fire fighting agreement was approved for Thomas h. Berry 110 Gillespie. Street Between highways 4luid 24 West of Camden. Katiti no farces in Vietnam a a a void diary seize men Washington apr the _ it Assn Tontini a a John and the Board could extend this put inequitable system of boat contest netted the v2r Murru Puono j As late As Jan. 1, 1969, by invoke distributing Federal research club about $200 profits Accord it also requires a government tag a compulsory settlement is causing a serious tog to treasurer Phi Davis. Sent snot wave provision. The Board could also a brain Drain in the Southwest Sec. Harold Pennington also ins and impose a mandatory settlement other regions of the coun Madei his report radio Day was rolled some 137,000 machinists Elee those in states such As Calk for tuesday August 22 at Ho-t�liuifnijhesi.?Art md1 boiler us cers Carmen Fomia Massachusetts newel Camden were also a noun a Quot a York Illinois and Maryland a the president of the University of Arkansas told the Senate sub a mme tue on government re jul Camden had been divided search Here monday. Into 13 areas and Jayc ettes and or. David w. Mullins of Fay Jaycees win canvass these areas it Reviue ark., a member of,1��. Future. Four civic the executive committee of the pro Iete be inc used in the National association of Sute Survey Valc auditorium air universities and land Grant p�1 improvements bypass and the8trike-breaking act Aremon oilers seek -55� j tilt Fili wage hikes of 6.5 per cent this lop Craft unions began obeying year am 5 per cent next year by ret mtg work a Little p u8 12 5 cents hour each Ore fan 4 hours after the year or higher skilled men. Rik began. _ a Union Pacific and great they now average $2.94 per Northern Railroad officials said hour with skilled men getting to were withdrawn and a an average $3.05. Ion Ltd amp dal said strikers were return to their jobs on Yungton Railroad. 1 mrs. Al Stoldt -5 to speak tonight _ i mrs. Elizabeth w. Alstadt la the. Coordinator of the mental retardation planning project Mem Arkansas state Board of health. She received her . Degree from Louisiana state University Baton Rouge la., and her masters degree from Arkansas state teachers College Conway Arkansas. Mrs. Alstadt the wife of or. Flair time Immi a Alstadt of Little Rode 1b county a member of the Arkansas psy-c�?��1"1 com Chot Octal association the coun a ils?8-� 1 a a 1ft Ell for exceptional children an a �?T1.i Arkansas association for uni accidents since Jan. I. 296 verge to women and the american association for mental deficiency. A a aft Bill Bryant made a report on the Community Survey and said Box of Small mines explode blinding of Man fort Walton Beach Fla. The mines collected Florida shores from where men arrested by Fri agents to the command said one flight Day on charges of conspiring to a firefly helicopters using prevent racial integration of searchlights and flares sir schools in two counties. Prised a Convoy of Supply Sam pans at the Mouth of the Truong the conspiracy the Fri said Giang River 350 Miles Northeast was carried out by shootings into of Saigon before Dawn monday Homes dynamite no businesses coming under heavy fire from burning churches and resident the Edge of the River the belies making threatening Telephone copters silenced the gun Bunker Calls and burning crosses. With rockets then destroyed 71 James Wayne Davis 41, of of the 40-foot Junks and Sam China Grove the Rowan county pans the Leader of the flight registrar of deeds was among reported. Ai rested and brought to a similar helicopter strike the Federal courthouse in sails two weeks ago surprised Aneth the sort or 0,1 the s8me River the Fri recommended $2,500 Sank 148 samoans. Bonds for Davis and the other 11 another . Army Belio opt a men at their arraignment before gunship team reported it Sank he pm Oner 1 samoans and destroyed 11 fortified positions in Day Long gen. De Stephens Pickens Thomas North Stone of hot Springs and were accidentally scattered ter View consultants to advise Johnny b. Brady 37. In Warf Kington atty. Uen. Operations about 30 Miles West the commission. Los a sad Brady was Ramsey Clark said the men of Sal mond l the commission which has a bu3 led. ,s1utfere? ear. Arr a bin a communist gunners lived $15,000 budget has until Jan 1 Vii a al Lacera iof an , a a a nday Quot u Sjuls about 200 mortar ant rocket 1908, to come up with a sol it a in Jirld tract curl at , rounds into have South Vietnam emendations on or there and How we Don 1 a a a a of ,ndnes5 j"6. Chat de �?o"5 Quot in is Ese and american posts be the1 Dayu Tchay do 120 a Lra a a it so Ore for the Federal grand a a indict .0 of in Emcy a Sims s mini my not. 1, m put said Mission was that a through your a Quot a to a v i a old so to the of. That Furzi �0-Man infantry Attadi Orestie and influence Vou can dr0ppe<l lnt0 Gulf 01 mex cd a 10 prevent s0�?�1 officials my a a a a a a a Irani Quot sni it Flora or no a amp so is a state technically qualified peo g a Linner Quot wounded and South vietnamese pie. To carry on the actual the military described the y units suffered Light casualties work of the mini mines As warning devices it Alp said the a pm a tried to Hie Viet Cong lost 11 dead lit the governor said that in oth that go off with the report of a prevent racially integrated Par the infantry attack on the poster states where reorganization loud firecracker when squeezed to citation in federally aided Edu at Phuoc Hiep which was de military spokesmen said one was killed and is of state government was studied or stepped on. By similar commissions Indus the directors passed on try was asked to provide Quot loan a a a a is executives to the commission for full time 90-Day periods of work. Cation and poverty programs. Days since last death. 11 she will be in Camden july 18 at the first Federal savings amp loan building at 7 30 . To i Emper Auire speak to the ouachita county 1 association for retard child the temperature for the 24 Ren. The Public is cordially in Lour period ending at 7 . Cited. I tras High 64. Low 62. River 10.s falling. We Ather alleged forger held colleges said 60 per cent of the Federal research Grants and government supported graduate fellowships were concentrated in those five states and the District of Columbia. Quot the University which has hot received an acceptable level of Grants is less Likely to receive Grants in the future a he mid. A this in turn severely he Ftp ers the institutions research program. It hampers the ability to attract High Caliper faculty and graduate students and involves its entire academic Small investments in Arkansas research have resulted in millions of dollars of additional income for Arkansas Farmers he pointed out and there have been comparable results in other states. A in my considered judgment a similar Type program should be initiated and supported by the Federal government to do for Industry and science what has been done for agriculture a he said. Pro a More equitable distribution a a iOf research Grants and More John Carroll Dan Leto. Aged 40igrant on an institutional basis is being held in the ouachita instead of for specific projects county jail on four counts of strengthen the research forgery and uttering according potential of universities through Arkansas Clear to partly to chief of police q. B. Cole. Out country and contribute i wednesday Daniels who wa8 arrested by to the solution of prom�1�?o. Ftp Ifill the Union county sheriffs de crucial importance to the states so otters Thunder show k t in e1 Dorado was re and regions in which the univer he Fly Tantim my a a a. A a a a a a a a i we us nos mail Urban renewal. The Jaycees also voted to endorse the proposal submitted to Congress that major holidays be changed to a monday so As to provide longer weekends. This matter has been proposed by a member of Congress and the c. Of c. Has asked local service groups to express an opinion on this matter. Only Christmas and new years Day Are exempt from the proposal As explained monday. Board of directors of the Jaycees will meet wednesday at 6 . At the so Bell Telephone office. The presidents round table at Little Rock last weekend was reported on by Joe Mahan Gayle Ford Bill Bryant and Harold Pennington local delegates. Plans for the Vear for the Tav Cees were outlined at this round table which also included a workshop. Number one protect for the year is expected to be the mental health program in the state. Too there is a drive on to get More state delegates to the National convention next june in Phoenix. Arizona. It is hoped to get at least 15 from Arkansas. A plea was made to get More Faycette memberships and also cond and third readings an ordinance amending the City a fire zone to include the commercial zone on Washington Street Between the Railroad and Cash Road. It was read the first time on july 3. An amendment to the zoning ordinance to provide minimum front Yard of 25 feet from Street right of Way line in areas zoned c-4 neighbourhood shopping District was approved on final readings. It was read first time july 3. B. A. Ryan was appointed to a new three year term on the planning commission and new members Are Bill Ford and or. It. N. Hout to succeed a. J. Watts because of health retiring and or. L. C. Flynt who had resigned previously. The directors approved a Resolution commending or. Watts for his 15 years of service on the commission. Cite directors will meet again on monday night August 7. All directors were present. To the Anlo i Carbide corp., of near hot Springs indicated in informal talks that it would lend the state some of its executives to work with the commission Rockefeller said. Two felons like Oregon area great Britain abandon two. Famed colonies fended by a battalion of South vietnamese troops supported by artillery and flare ships spewing Quick firing Gatling gun shells. The air War Over North Vietnam continued unabated and the . Command reported the toss of the 611th . Combat plane to gunners in North Vietnam an air Force f105 thunderchief which went Down monday on a raid against the rail Yard at Kep 38 Miles Northeast of Hanoi. By Arthur l. Gashon Force of 417,360 men would be the air Force said the Pilot London a the British reduced by 37,000 men by 1971 was missing. Radio Hanoi government announced plans to and by 75,000 a by the time we claimed two . Planes were Day to quit Britain a Century have finally withdrawn from downed monday and one Pilot old bases in Singapore and a Malaysia and Singapore in the taken prisoner. The . Com Baker Ore. Apr two is Lassai a in the Middle 1970s�?� and mid-1970s.�?� Mand reported 134 missions caped convicts who were re to reduce British forces in South. H Hrit nine of yere.1wtv.Over Vietnam turned to an Arkansas prison East Asia by about half by a a a folks i Day s8\d, f0r? nay costing about $5.9 billion a year w g Ifni a government White paper out it predicted an annual defense run a mind ?7 taboo lining a defense policy reassess budget of about 5 billion by the Don Smith 17, and James ment said Britain its Wili be mid-1970s. Stephens 22, were turned Over Gustan tally reduced by the Cut prime on farm from which the men Federal judge urged to dismiss negro suit Little Rock a fed minister Harold Wil labor government stressed belief that British Secu escaped in january. 1 it said aircraft carriers will be St rest Quot above All on the two other Arkansas escapees phased out in the 1970s, the to prevention of War in Europe _. Jimmy Pike 36. And Richard Yal Navy will rely on land based any therefore expressed its re pastor of the Gmo Ryf 38, will be surrendered planes and the Navy a main so re 5 District judge Gordon e. To Arkansas authorities today strike Power will be its growing and Jwj Lotical Unity and strength Young was aced monday to the four agreed to go Back submarine Force including nut the North Atlantic treaty dismiss a suit filed june 28 by even though an Oregon judge Lead powered subs equipped with organization. The Arkansas negro teachers ordered them freed. The Baker Polaris missiles. Government pledged that association on behalf of the 28 a cml Watts service on the county District Atto Mev to Britain will go it n contributing negro teachers at England to planning if commission has been pealed the judges Onier to the the Royal air Force also will to the oif Europe and to Noke county. Rim Zumik supreme court he Cut and More planes with in maintain the balance in nato. It the Nglai since the convicts decided on creased mobility Range and per it Usu a a a to. W Ukwu it Ivi Vav their own to return to Arkansas Mormance will be concentrated of Camden the fruits of sound the Case became moot and the to Britain municipal planning through his Appeal will be dropped. A a a a the next activities. Therefore be it re-1 several Davs ago the four Church gave the invocation. The directors Resolution for or. Watts said in part of great value. Or. Watts has donated generously of his time and Effort to obtain for the City England school Board contended in a motion filed by atty. J. Ross Smith of Little Rock that none of the negro teachers was named in the suit As a plaintiff and that the Ata amazed by Shetland decade a the Pony Riding in car White paper said a new aircraft t Lmke a us a solved by the Board of direct said they no longer feared going Bijj enable us to move forces Chicago apr traffic a ors for the cite of Camden that Back to Tucker prison farm across the world faster and in policeman Raymond Egan did a. A. J. Watts is hereby commend j since the store of their escape larger numbers than was Possi double take when he spotted a 8aid Federal courted for his Long and distinguished had been made Public. Be even a few year ag0 be red convertible on the Kennedy f Fery action Tojo tenure pm the cite of Camden j their revelations of Arkansas Milmary strength of our friends expressway with a full grown brought in the name of the planning commission and that prison life were partly response a d a lies growing. The Power Shetland Pony standing in the f�1 in Ard the he is a tended on behalf of the be for some reforms instituted a a a a a a 1rear. So Lulun so a p1 City of Camden by the Board i by Arkansas gov. Winthrop Mies Are liable to in interest in this Case the sincere appreciation of the Rockefeller in his states Peni Community for his efforts and tertiary system. J the document said the govern idely mainly West half both i is tuesday 82-92 tuesday night 62-72. He did another double take Hie Board also alleged that after he ordered the car off the the Ata did no to have the author 1-the men claimed Thev had ment accordingly has conclude r03 monday and discover to to maintain the suit As a been subjected to cruel and de where Eback seat should have class action because the court brutal punishment at Tucker. 1. As Britain a friends outside been a pile of Hay and two jute required class actions to a a a. J Smith and Stephens thanked Europe build up their own smal children playing at the be brought by a member of the to get More Jaycees involved in j and City clerk Gaer county sheriff Delmar forces the most valuable con Pony s feet. Group in whose interest the re Dixon and the people of Baker Tributino the British can make recovered sufficiently to Tutor the fair treatment they re is to provide them with the charge Victor garage will thei Ata. A proms anal or Cei Ved in Oregon. Most sophisticated elements of a roving without a Drivers i exactly when have the modern armaments. Cense driving without a City <3? Tel Chers in the state Smith was serving six years for 2. The manpower Andi costs in suck u1 a a Ming a Mcenge asked note suit that fee Board burglary and sodomy and solved in maintaining fixed Mil and View be Mach no. Pinr Rita Aei Wynne. Ark. A a crop Stephens was in for 10 years itary bases and installations no obstructed Mullins also is expected ult Nur if a dusting plane crashed onto a for robbery. Longer seems justified by the n a ref j. Red with Forsing checks in Cam testify july 24 before a con it. Kansas 75, about one mile South Pike had been sentenced to sort of military operations now the red convertible was to the negro teachers were den to the amount of 195 and is Muttee studying Federal Flanc. Guests were Bob Dempsey of Parkin monday killing its life for first degree murder foreseeable. # pounded. Garage children and paid an average of w a. Year said to be a Federal parole vol ing for construction of student am 1 Rose. Or. Fred Dietrich Pilot l. W. Mooney Ham of Morv was serving 10 months the statement said Britain Pony left the Albany Park police less an White teachers during 1 8 is. A housing facilities. Jr., gave the invocation. Wynne. For forgery. Present total air land and sea station roofing it. The 1966-67 school Yew. ? turned to Camden by sheriff a a ties Are located Mullins said. Grover Une Barler. He is charge or nieces. State Board meeting will be August 18. 19 and 20 at Blythe Ville with about eight local Jav Cees planning to attend. Frankie Moore Bill Brvant and James Branyan attended a Jaycee his contribution to the Community welfare. It was signed by mayor b. T. Books Joyner. Crop duster Dies in plane crash Gator according to of

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