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Camden News (Newspaper) - June 05, 1944, Camden, ArkansasA i w a located in the Industrial City of the South volume xxv a a to ii a ammo nomm Numen Imp Camden Arkansas monday june a 1944 Impi associated press up United press an ask a Cir ted press special per to arts number 37 i it mme a letter to Knox last fall is big Early trial now confirmed. Navy a Aid to have excepted toti8 h fight from Good defense in hirer. Hannegan unable to get. Par Isyl a or dulse. Of. Support for Roosevelt. Can Grey a May and Daylight so ving a preside it. Ctina to Block Reg sol. Quot Washington a on october 11 last year this Colin in reported that Admiral husband e. Kim Mei ousted commander at Pearl Harbor had drafted a letter to Secretary of Navy Knox demanding. His trial immediately. To bin Story met with immediate and cat Goric denial. Then later. Secretary of the a Knox denied it and Admiral Kimmel him a a of denied it. Now eight months later. Senator Homer Ferguson. Of Michigan has Mada Public a letter he has received from Admiral Kimmel confirming what was denied last october namely the Kimmel trial at the earliest practicable Date. It so happens that this writer saw copy of Admiral Kim melts draft letter to Secretary Knox october so there was absolutely no question about his proposed plan. Also the Admiral had discus cd the matter with one of the Best Navy lawyers in the country. Col. Harry Leonard retired. Scrappy Marine corps to la St an Arm in the Bojker rebellion and was carried almost lifeless from the Battefeld by the late gen. Smedly Bulter then r lieutenant. Later Leonard had occasion to repay Bulter when the latter was ordered court Martiale by her Bert Hoover for a speech in which he Allied that Mussolino had run run Over a child and not even bothered to Stop. Col. Leonard handled gen. Bult cry Scase so skilfully that the court martial was dropped like a hot potato be fore it even got started. Last autumn. Col. Leonard began work on Admiral Kim Mel a defense causing the Navy judge advocate general Tommy Gatch to remark privately a a we re for a Tough but after the publication of the oct. 11 Mery go round terrific pressure was brought on Kimmel by Navy friends to withdraw his demand for an Early court martial which he did. The fact the Admiral Vav As employed by a firm of consulting engineers working on War orders and the fact that his superiors wore do pendent on the Navy for contracts May have had something to do with his about fact. Not15 a last october Kimmel made the Point that Pearl Harbor witnesses might die that one wan dead already that with the lapse of time Peoples memories be Ca tii obscure and that while hol and Confidence in the fairness of Secretary Knox he was not Sun of any Secretary of the Navy who might follow Knox. Therefore hooked for immediate to the records of the Navy department to prepare his Case and Eaid a i can no longer Bear the obloquy alone without trial which i herewith Hannegan and Farley Bob Hannegan chairman of the democratic National committee Isnit too Happy about his Friend and fellow irishman Jim Farley sex Boss of the same committee. It was Annegan who recently saved Farley when n. Y. Stale leaders were about to dump him As chairman of the democratic state committee. But the other Day in new York Hannegan had a Frank Friendly show Down with Jim which went something like this Quot look Here you big irishman i want in return that you support the chief when the right time Parley however was noncommittal. He made no Promise to support Roosevelt by t replied that to was troubled about the state of the world. Not a a since then at democratic National Headquarters they Are wisecracking Quot Jim has gone capital chaff admins traction leaders who followed the anti Roosevelt Texas convention with amazed bewilderment received word that some of the big Oil companies helped organize the county convention which stacked the delegates in Advance against Tho president ,. But they even More inter Todt Edued of Page two Gemni Stilb 01 stiff Bithune violent Battle rags North team to of Rome London juice 5 a it of a violent lighting raged Northeast of Romo today the go than High command said in a broadcast communique after Adolf Hitler in two he a quart ers announcements had a Knowle a ged the fall of the capital despite a last minute Effort to declare it an open City. United sly ates tank forma Tiosh the Center of Rome yesterday despite the offer .0 make it an open City the a bulletin said and a a bitter Street developed which was still Cost it Nulf in the hours of the the communique added that tin German command will a Mako every Effort to reduce the fighting in and around Rome to the smallest pm sol blk scope no a Essary of. The prosecution of German broadcasts giving additional details of the Street Fie Hting. Said Quot in the course of the the Eastern old he town were included in the actual Battleground in delaying actions. Germar fighting groups retreated gradually towards the tuber Crossings care fully avoiding any Sot of destruction of historic buildings. A a even the tiber Bridges were not blown up after Marchin off the bulk of German troops to the Northern Bank of the Allied diplomatic envoys to Tho Violy see now Hae to turned to their old apartments in Rome in a i Wake of the a lied another German said. Berilia declared al Public amusement places in italian towns of Northern Italy still Imper German control will be for thru Days so a arc publican italians i j in these hours and Days Harden Thelt hearts and Sharpen their the commanders of a dlvi.=on of italians in Germany Lor Trainin ? Werea Aid to have sent mus sophil a message deploring the a tragic consequences of ,�?� Quot ind a Clearing the a a moment of Tato and Victory is Noi German propagandists. Noting that the allies hailed the capture of Rome As a great Victory some he to minimize the event by declaring the City had no economic strategic or political value except is a a tourist her souvenirs Aerial assault on French coast Over 1250 plans new raid on nazis in Man Heads . A. Wichita Kan. A up a in these times in was bound to Happer a Man was elected president of the Parent teacher association al the Franklin school Here recently. He is s. G. Thurman Only Man in the City Ever to hold the office. Mrs. H. D. Fugate president of the fat Council says she knows of Only one other Man in the state to be a Pat president. To sgt. Bourg Ohi be prisoner Cotton Queen named saturday May Rome breathed air of Freedom Rome june 4 delayed this Cradle of the Western world again breathed the fresh air of Freedom tonight stirred by the fifth army and thousands of italian partisans flaunting red flags. Behind a screen of roman volunteers who wort Hammer and Sickl armbands and waved old firearms american forces drove from Subu ban cent Ocelle to the tiber rivet while half smothered with and bestowed by a Graie Fui populace. The German wehrmacht. Which once swore that Rome was an open City fought futilely in the ancient streets to delay the american thrust. Wherever the americans moved Forward today against hit and run nazi armoured forces they found italians of All Ages and degrees of poverty ready to die for a the a Why were you up Long coming we expected you four months ago a said some of the partisans. But others lying dead across German machine guns they had tried to seize bar handed or Waling in in silence for their wounds to be bandaged asked no questions. I saw a 10-year old boy carrying ammunition for his elder Bro ther on sniper patrol. A bearded Gray hatred peasant in his middy fifties begged to be put into action a dark haired girl with a Bandolier insisted a me partisan by military standards the Battle for Rome was merely a heavy skirmish with the objectives temporarily being to secure the tiber Bridges. From just behind the Lea i ing tank however found the struggle As hard on the senses a getting hit Between the eyes with brass Knuckles. Several tanks and one heavy self propelled gun held up our Armor for seven hours. At a Point five Miles outside Rome. But to a alll7d commander accepted unusual risks rather than bring Down a devastating fire on areas where civilians might be sheltering or cultural treasures harmed. As the final push sent Genera Sherman tanks clattering through cent Ocelle s alleyways and Green Fields their machine guns drove scores of German snipers fro m cover. Italian partisans lode Tho american tanks or preceded them like game beaters. Near the san Lorenzo Rall Yards in Rome the partisans shrilly warned of a German 88 about 200 Yards behind Tho next Corner. Light tanks swerved and hit it from the rear while weeping mothers murmured blessings kissed the hands of Tho tank destroyer crewmen and lifted up their children to be kissed on the Creek. A staff sergeant Marcel o. Bour Goin whose Home is in , Maine ii5 Singert Akron Accord ing to a War department Telegram received today by his wife mrs. Frances j. Boisi Fiu Iii of Camden. Sergeant Bour oin was in the army air Force and has been Siniue May 22 when he took pal in a raid Over Germany. He was awarded the purple heart Aboul a to Days ago. Sgt. Bourgoin entered Tlle army in january 194.3, and had been overseas four months. He was employed in Camden when he entered the arty. Mrs. A Bourgoin is the daughter of or. And mrs r. A. Word. Democrats to name Roosevelt temperature temperature for the 24-hour Perold ending at 7 u. M. Monday was High 92. Low g8. River 11.2 3 feet a Iii Nat Anne Abernathy a ets new Honor miss Anne Abernathy daughter of or. And mrs. Sain Abernathy is ass Island business a Iager of the Star Henderson stale teach cars Jolk be annual for the coming year. This one of the four top Jos Lions on the staff and is by w. W. Hercher. London june 5 up a approximately 1,250 american heavy bombers and fighters a leading a Allied Aerial assault of powerful proportions against the fortified French coast a smashed military installations in the Boulogne and Calais areas today with an estimated 2,200 Short tons of bombs. This was the fourth attack in a Low against the Pas de Calais Tho area of France closest to England and it came after Raf bombers attacked French coast objective i and targets in Cologne Germany last night. Watchers on the English Coas could see enemy rocket shells from the ground leaving a this White Trail of smoke and exploding High in the air. Powerful fleets of american and bombers thundered across the English Chanel. Clouds which replaced the earlier Clear sky failed to halt the offensive. Sir e june began the More than 200 Miles of French coast line a bristling with German guns a has Ibsen shaken from end to end by Allied bombs. The big British homers made it their larget for the third consecutive night. The u. S. Eighth air a Force has neglected strategic tar 1 gets deeper in the continent for the a last four Days to concentrate on i immediate tactical targets behind Tho Wall. It is that Well Over 13 -000 tons of bombs have been to wipe out All the War today by Dewitt Mackenzie associated press War analyst. Ejection of the nazi vandals from the eternal City will be accepted the world Over As a guarantee of Allied ability to Hill pro a fortress Europe truly a propitious introduction to the a Day which will Mark the final assault. That be cons Tco me to be the outstanding aspect of this grand achievement by the arms of civilization. The moral effect will is tremendous. Its specific and overwhelming to Der Fuechi Eros wild cry of yesterday a the year of the in Vosloh will bring Germany s enemies al annihilating defeat at the most decisive moment. Three years ago or even less time such a declaration from the master gangster would have made Many Peoples cringe. But today with his shattered legions fleeing from Rome before the hotly pursuing alies the harsh Gutte rals which once terrified the timid Are just the empty mouthing of a beaten Herr Schick Legi uber. Its worthy of note that once again Hitler has proved himself to be without respect for his own word. He had declared that Ger Jinan troops were not occupying dumped on France by american i Allied forces had to and British heavy bombers alone in the last 72 hours. Fight their Way into whose preservation this All cite for civilized a the greater part of this devastate people were praying. Fortunately ing w right of explosives has fallen j a Here seems to have been Small in the Pas de Calais area and on damage done to the capital Accord nazi Strong Points surn funding the Channel ports of Boulogne Calais ing to reports thus far. The Recap Deture of Rome satisfies Dieppe and Dunke que. The rest one of the two major objectives of has been named mostly at Road and rail communications As deep into Northern France As Paris. The did not lose a single Lane in the night operations Dur jag which Weie Laid a enemy Waters. Raf Squadron the Allied offensive in Italy. The other was the annihilation of German fied Kesselring a armies. How Well the allies will succeed in the grim task of destroying the enemy is still to be determined. Jim Ait standing Honor for a ,? a Are High of Rah to Mack they were columns Isoni Man. Miss Aber Natii also was nazis Invar Iun Wall and Pene nazi tenth and fourteenth by tack Bell associated press staff writer even though president Roosevelt has enough Supi Ort to be nominated on the first ballot at the july i and Mary Carolyn Becker and miss Barbara i Barbara Rose Jumior in a Imdan High school was crowned Cotton Queen of Camden saturday night al the auditorium al the annual Cotton Ball. of National Cotton week sponsored by the and Profe Ion a women a club. A Large crowd attended this annual event Lii he Vas a Benefit for the american red Cross. Jack Carnes King Colton of 1944. Placed the Crown of White carnations on Queen. I he two reigned Over the Ball together with the maids and their escort and the Junior Colton King and Queen. Dic Kie Newcomb elected editor of the freshman edition of the Oracle the school paper and served on the staff. She is an officer of the Philome Thean society. Miss Abernathy has attended he Nderson state teachers College at Arka Zielphia Lor the year and Bias been Here visiting Hera rents be be re entering the i Sis Nuner . She attended i the Cotton Ball saturday night i surrendered her Crown As j c Jetton Queen of 1943. Irate to Cologne. Cologne was last hit on May 28 by a Small formation of american heavy bombers after a series of night attacks by British Mosquito which had been peppering the City with 2,000-Pouiid Block busters. New safeguards on War Newl 19 convention if he wants to run for a fourth term the Denim crafts have something to fight about a Eek. The Crux of the inter party Battle appears to lie in , where democrats meet to pick delegates to cast 10 Tillona convention votes and in owe voters decided in a primary on party nominees for Tho governorship now held by Republican Bourke b. Hickenlooper and the Senate Seal now filled by Guy Gillette Democrat. In new York tomorrow parity members face a Republican Challenge in special elections to fill vacancies in the fourth congressional District by the death of Thomas h. Cullen Pemo Cral and in the eleventh District to succeed the late James a. O Leary Democrat. The Recob Loans Are running Ellsworth a Buck resigned president of the new York City Board of education against gliomas b. Cantwell lumber dealer nominee of the democratic and american Abor parties in the eleventh District which the democrats carried by 9,000 in 1942. In the fourth District where Tho democratic margin orig Varlly 1,-11,000, William g. Noland Supern pendent Stevedore la the Republican nominee opposing John j. Rooney assistant District attorney of Kings county who has that democratic and american labor nominations. Outcome of the races will affect the standing of the teams in Tho House where the democrats now l ave .il5 members and the republicans 210, with the remainder accounted for by vacancies and minor party members. Also on tomorrow s a schedule Are new Mexico primaries to nominate candidates for governor now filled by John j. Dempsey Democrat two House seats and a full state ticket. democrats will heir Royal court Billy in Ryor was escort for miss Rose. I maids and their escorts were Loyene p Llis and Jack Atkins Mary Ruth Willis and Herman Williamson miss Gwen. Charr and Sam Barnett and mis Sanden and John Diffie s Ann Abernathy Queen Cotton of 1943 and or Carnes Marc hed to the state and reigned while the Junior Cotton Queen and King and their Royal court were introduced and came to the stage. Then came the c Jetton maids and their , and then the Queen. Miss Mary Lon Parker was Tho of ceremonies. Camden High school , the cent owners led by buddy Smerud played. Miss Rose wore a be Dutiful gown of Pale jink embroidered Organ die. She carried a Lovely Arm bouquet of White carnations gift of the Cotton King. The maids carried Victory corsages made of Cotton in thu shape of a a and tied with red White and Blue ribbons. War Stamps in cell Ophrine wrappings were tied on to the a . The annual Coll on Ball closed the most Success Ful a of National Cotton week in Camden history. After the Coronation or. And or Carnes entertained in Honor of the Royal Cotton court at their Home. In addition to the Hoy in court the to Frati Unity members and their Date were Honor Cal at this parly. The were served from a beautifully appointed Hible cover Cal with an italian cutwork cloth that featured ii mosaic design. The Centrepiece w As of Pink Cir nations. Or and mrs. Carnes greeted the guests at the door and an in t. C. Mcwilliams taken by death the c. Mcwilliams again died at a hot Springs a Hospital sunday afternoon. Or. Mcwilliams was a resident of Little h cd when it he was connected with the capital City lumber conv any for a number of years before Nio Viig to Gurdon his a ire Simit Home. Mies northward from Rome today and continuing to t Ike a bloody loll. The ailed air Force w As pain the highways with dead carmans and shattered equipment. Some 20,000 prisoners half been taken during the 2,5-Day old onslaught. The total of the great number of germans killed or wounded is something which Kesselring him self can t know at this time. Five German divisions perhaps More than 50,000 men have been virtually annihilated. Severa others hav been shuttered. The greats slam glitter May be going on at this by the associated press moment of dil Racle. Those troops additional safeguards with the a which Haven t yet retreated past Aid and api Roval of Allied censor towards the a Are in ship authorities have been i it into dire danger of being trapped. The North Africa and Sicily As Well t by Noland Norgay re Allied Headquarters Naples. June 5�? Jwo Allied forces stormed through captured Rome t o d a a crossed the tiber River and pressed on against the Beatti Gerrian tenth and 14th armies As they streamed northward under demoralizing fro the my do Terrane an Allied air Force. Allied Headquarters at noon announced officially the occupation of me by the fifth army last night fighter bombers hammered away at the fleeing German columns leaving congested Highway to the North altered with dead and wounded and smashed vehicles. The fifth army Tore off an chewed up additional chunks of the disorganized nazi forces which had tried vainly to Stem the Advance on the italian capital Long in Hubli to hoi open an escape route for hard pressed troops in the shredded defense line South of Che City. The danger to Field marshal Albert forces still facing the left flank of the fifth army Between Rome and the seacoast brew steadily. The main escape route of these forces was lost when it. Gen.,Mark w. Clarks Armor and infantry crashed through the d e f e n s in c screen on the outskirts of Rome yesterday and so armed into the City where they met Only sporadic . Prisoners taken in the 25-Day old All out offensive passed Well Over the 20,000 Mark. In relentless Straf ing and bombing the tactical Ait Force had destroyed or damaged 1,200 German trucks and other vehicles. The widely acclaimed entry into Rome Climax of nine months of hard fighting in Italy was accompanied by fresh gains in other sectors of the front. Palestrina astride an Emper in Retreat Road nor, of Mno four and a half Miles Notti of Val Montone was cleared of the in my. A the same Lime the eight army drove the enemy completely out of the Sacco Valley Clear in the of Piuggi Ziglio Paliano Guarcini and Cave. An official account of the drive it into Rome a Aid a reconnaissance elements air de the outskirts of the City at two Points about 8 a. M and a. M. and i few a curs later had pushed on to it w Ishin its official limits. A the principal break through to Ward Rome was made in a sector defended by the Hermann Goering , which fought vainly ii effect in the London office of the associated press As a result of an erroneous invasion Flash saturday inadvertently by an inexperienced girl operator transmitted Over All a. P. I cos wires. A Mes Saicic sunday from Robert Bunnelle chief of Apps i Ondon by Miles North of Rome depends on Reau said appropriate action had what happens those awful High been Laken in full consultation with ways As stay the Allied Advance. A simultaneous Advance Iron the Alban Hills Torl Westward by passed some pockets of resistance the towns of gotta Errata Marin and Genzano were taken in tha area. The British on the left Flani pressed to within six Miles of the he so Nisi ner from Dertil Jiosi Tion of the German forces which have been holding Berwet i biome and the sea is i particularly carious. Whether Kesselring will h a v o enough strength left to make a stand on the Rimini Pisa line 160 the to guarantee Een com tool and transmission supervision Over facilities furnish he is survived by his wife one direct connections Between daughter mrs. Loly Davis of Gurdon and one son Garland of Camp Claffee. Funeral services will be held at the Baptist Chu it he at Wheeling Springs al 20i p. In. to Ria at Bluff City Eftev. Wyles of Arka Delphiia officiating. Proctors Iii charge. Garland r. Dean Given promotion Stephens Ark. Special a Gar Lanful r. Dean son of or. And mrs. W. M. Dean of Stephens has been promoted to the rank of Petty officer second class in the Seabee he was stationed in Newfoundland ten months with the g4th. Construction battalion. He is Noa at Camp Endicott Davis Villo Rhode Island. Apps London and Nev York offices. The erroneous Flash saving that general Eisenhower a Headquarters announced Allied landings in that probably would be t no line he would choose under Normal circumstances since it would guard bridging the Rio Torto. The fight army int the rugged Moi gains North of the the Ai preaches to the French i i Liri and Sacco valleys encounter Viera and the Balkans. He May demolitions on a grand scale Man keep on Gold to the main German line of the to River. A big question which must al Frani c. Was sent by a �?T22-year-oul ready be in Many minds is Whethe Brilis i irl loan Ellis w to had the Cai Ture of Rome completes an inched it out while practising on other Section of Ibe Allied Jig saw met the same Day to pick 2g con was enjoyed. In Luclous Nuon delegates. I Ciro Lancols were ski Vea a id mrs. Cidna umsted presided at the Iju Nch bowl. Miss Rose is the daughter of or. And mrs. Alfred w. and she was sponsored by two youth Beta Sigma sorority. She is vice president of the student Council of Camden Hijii a school and s a Creary treasurer of Lier Junior class. She attended Cir Lse state in 1943 and is one of the cheer leaders of the High school football team. At the recent student who a who election be was the Best All around girl and Tho girl with the most personally. She has been located president of the lbs sorority and lakes office in september. A machine not at the time in operation. All operators in London Are under a formal written pledge of secrecy acid additional a under formal and fully acknowledged nol to transmit any copy v without the censors stamp. Thus the f Only possible Way for any unauthorized matter to move on the transit Danilc Channel is As hai3-Pened in this in Tance i v an of Erat or punching on the Telly ii tape some hindi having n Ither editorial Lior Sanction. Shortly after trying her hand at �wnchvin5> a practice la wish Ellis Recci Vod irom the the first Lake of a soviet Conan Miqueo for transmission. She Bcka i punch no this on the same Perforator tap. Used in r in lace but neg leu / d to Teir off the Jira Tice part before letting the tape run the Roupli the transmitter consequent in. E erroneous invasion was received in Nev organizations the Beta Kappa York and imm Diatel transmit Omega fraternity and the Delta before the a a take of news came through a us or visor Rene . Was the first to detect the ml4lake and Init at a Corr a Civ. A lion. The Flash was limed at 4 30 Pew a no a to withhold it was sent two minutes later and a a kill a message was Iii Nesmit ted at 4 44. The interval was too Arlel for the erroneous Repoz t to appear in Pirint anywhere but Quot a networks immediately , it and most listeners apparently to not of a friends before hearing the a a kill that followed. The Tepori was announced in baseball Parks and theater Uzzle of attack on Hitler s Tor Tress Europe thus it Nabling a further operation to be undertaken its , of course that there May be several subsidiary Ives before a Day itself arrive. Fresh troops in Aid of yanks. By United . Domlas head Quartic s today announced two new Allied landings in Hick Island of the coast of dutch new Guinea and on Bougainville in the North Ern Sij Lomons a Headquarters spokesman said american Rel Foi be intents were moving up to the front on Biak today to join the fight Tor the islands buy War Ponds nowt Ciao cred by fire from Well situate guns to prevent repairs. An Allied spokesman said the towns being taken were perched o Rocky eminences several Hundred Leel High and the germans a mined All the air preaches and coi ered the roads with fire that destroyed virtually every Bridge an i Culvert i driving North along Highway f on the right Edge of the off ensly front the eighth army closed 1 steadily on bal Sorano Center of .1 Irea. Evident e of the f the German forces Vvs As seen 1 the fact 377 taken i Velletri were members of 50 Duffe a in n Izi comp Isles. German loss is mounted hour the fifth army hammered it rearm cards. Allied a Illanes strafed fleeing nazis on to Clogg d n Orth of Rome a the mopping up o trapped enem l Ockels pro ced cd just How great a cat astr Kesselring suffered in his vain e fort to hold the Lallynn capital unt he could disengage and withdraw the Hirid pressed troops be Wei three airstrips nil potential springboards for bomber att inks on the Ron and the sea was Impo Sib Philippines Ilo i Termine immediately. The to Ops Landing with i there Are few of la out of Osit Lon joined units of the tiber Helow Rome or which to american sixth army jux Vised on the coastal Plain before Lokmer Ai Diome the easternmost of thu Fields. The on Lokmer was a Cim Linued on Page to o throughout the country and Manv Church Bells w Cre rung. Some clergymen Beuan arranging for s or Jal Ira i a is a views. Radio stations quickly broadcast the a a kill i f the or Roku Ous announcement and at a Nenny can pull Back the div Slot which live been in action betwee the coast and the Alban Hills. The main highways 1, 2 and leading North of Rome and a Liun her of secondary roads All were i in raids by fighter bombers we virtually no Opi position. A the weather Arkan As scattered Thunde intervals ers in North and control to throughout saturday night Rei eat this afternoon and tonight at de the of How it Hap in South and extreme East Portnoi opened.

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