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Camden News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Camden, ArkansasServing thl South s ideas Industrial aria volume Xiv a number 45 apr associated press Camden Arkansas saturday june 13, 1964 up United press International Price Loo a c. Of c. Jolany Gaughan chairman of the general arrangements committee of your chamber it a it quot a a i Commerce announced today that plans are1 nearing completion for the a Midsummer meeting and Barbecue to to held at Carnes Park on junes 23rd. F some of the Rodeo personnel aking part in the quot Circle a a cd Rodessi tines 24thn through the 27th, will attend it the occasion a and a the blazers musical group. From a pair vie High sch dial will Erit Ertain. A the Public is invited to attend the event. Tickets at $1.95 each May be purchased at a amp h ready to Wear Dixon quot Uin iture company Harrell a pharmacy. Sherwin Williams Freer s Hall hardware co Security savings amp loan Crow Burlingame co., Dan Cook office machine arid Supply and Bensberg music co., in addition Tot other locations in town. Many members of your chamber Are personally Selling tickets. Tickets Are also available t your chamber of Commerce office. Washington a a consent order announced Friday by the Federal Trade commission prohibits Georgia Pacific corp., Portland ore., from acquiring before 1974, any company which manufactures coarse paper. The company and its subsidiary Georgia Pacific paper corp., Crossett Ark. Agreed to the order As settlement of an anti merger ease. Agreement to such an order does not constitute an admission of Law violation. The order further specifies that Georgia Pacific must sell or make available 100,000 tons of coarse paper per year to Independent jobbers and converters. For a succeeding period of five years the company must make 75,000 tons per year available. The commission said the company s Crossett Ark., Mill sold about 100,000 tons of paper top Independent jobbers and con Rocky pleases Camden people at banquet major Andrews plan c. Of a. Barbecue pictured above Are standing left to right Harrel Hesterly a Safold Fogle president of Circle a quot i dirty club George Clippert and Dick Mosley of i met to make plans for the sum the general arrangements co Mer meeting and Barbecue to my tree of your chamber of be held at Carnes Park june Commerce. Seated is Johnny j23. Gaughan chairman As they Bracken photo or March is guest of Navy on cruise or. W. E. Marsh last week was a guest of the Secretary of the Navy tor an interesting cruise out of Mayport Florida aboard the Mode destroyer to. T. Lm1 we file quot i Rora scorched. As sets Ihor taud11 is a key Viel Cong a Hwy Little Rock to Jacksonville on or quot a Earth policy for Viet Nam by Peter Arnett Saigon South Viet Nam Vico Oriental River that winds Down into the heart of the Mekong River Delta from cambo up again we will Burn it june 1 and boarded the Perry j lie speaker was a senior of that evening to quot observe four Fier of the american special Days of varied Maneu vers test forces studying reports of Axel chg various Ca bal Eil Jour. Chw viewed communist Fiji Cogg a i buildup in a Supply area near the cambodian Border. The re a1 10 ?. Of Orver of was left soldering and phases of life aboard or. Marsh a Barren in a scorched Earth reports that the Perry built in a operation last week 1945 and modernized a few j Boll Amer can and Vietnam. Years ago is capable of main me Espeja forces men parti taming Asp in the sweep along the knots arts of developing 60,000 horsepower in the process. He j saw this sustained Over a six i hour period. The vessel displaces 3,460 tons is 390 feet and 6 inches Long and 42 feet wide. It carries a complement of 290 persons. Observing the Speed and stealth of the Jet planes which operated with the training group or. Marsh stated a the surf prising fact about recent newspaper accounts of two instances when of rigs planes broached our Borders is not that the were undetected at the time but that there were Only two such cases. Our a Mer Force Are to be or. A Irsh had similar High Praise Foj the radar sonar and Gunivere departments for those who plan and prepare the meals and for 4hose who handle personnel problems. A nearly every boy in the Crew is proud to be on the Perry. The fact that that this is so is a credit to the Captain commander Shep Herd and to his executive officer. I would be quite contend to have my son serve on such a ship. I was pleased with the attitude of tiie men they were Alert a dwell informed. A Are Well protected the Perry is typical of the Navy.�?T? \ Many pictured during the cruise and has pro if ised to present a slide illustrated account for several. Civic groups or and mrs. Marsh son Eddie is a gunners vat aboard the aircraft Carrier Independence Ai firemen called to in school firemen were1 called to Lino Oln High school Friday 9 30 . To put omit a fire discovered Ori the gym floor i according to reports the Fijoj was being cleaned with gasoline when the fumes ignited from Pentagon lets censorship slip by Fred a Hoffman Washington a the Pentagon was caught with its censorship Down today. Tin Oug Hout last Winters Cyprus crisis and in the current Jarrup As Well the defense department refused to say whether . Etc Fleet units had moved into position off the is it Ivord. A we do not discuss move meals of units within a Fleet area a is the Pentagon a Stock statement. But the editors of quot an official Navy publication evidently had riot heard. A the june Issue of naval aviation news carried a chatty lit4 tie item which spoke of a task Force quot standing off Cyprus since hostilities erupted earlier this a Topping the item was a Pic Ture of a Landing Craft crammed with men bound for a visit to the giant nuclear powered Carrier Enterprise in the background. Naval aviation news is pub by the naval weapons and copies Are distributed to reporters quot covering the Pentagon As Are other similar service publications As an official Organ the contents of naval aviation news Are supposed to be submitted for clearance by a Security review a the Pentagon s internal censorship office. Asked whether the june Issue had gone through Security re View the defense department replied with a terse quot no. A we goofed a acknowledged one official ruefully. Since the presence of task Force 62 off Cyprus last Winter was now out in the open a re Porter tried to find out Jiow Long it had been there How big it was what kinds of ships were i involved and other details. A no comment a said the Pett out. Reports Recei Edi in Saigon re building quot that Shea horses and storehouse razed last week. Tons of Rice burned and then tossed into the River is drying along a River Bank As the Viet attempt to Salvage some of it. Sampan traffic has resumed the River but the River boats flew into Jungle cover when planes come Low. The Saigon government is making it Clear it will strike Agam into the River Region in the near future. The special Force intend to use the same propaganda devices that persuaded 60d peasant families a minus husbands a to accept government offers of relocation. Every wife interviewed said her husband was with the Viet Cong. Spicer says gop liberals in a panic fort Smith Ark. A Arkansas gop chairman William Spicer said today William Scranton s entry into the race for the Republican presidential nomination amounted to a the Liberal wig of the party pushing the panic a this could be considered a last ditch Effort by the Liberal Wing a Spicer said. A i do not foresee Many More ditches in the Spicer a solid supporter of sen. Barry Goldwater said he did not think Goldwater backers would take Scranton sentry Stop Goldwater move ser Busly. Venters before it was acquired from the Crossett co. In 1962. A the Etc had charged that the acquisition of the Crossett co. Plant violated the anti merger Law because it lessened Competition and the manufacture and Sale of coarse paper and grocery sacks. From 1947 to 1962 Georgia Pacific acquired at least 45 lumber plywood and paper com Pames the commission said. In making available a certain amount of its paper to independents Georgia Pacific is prohibited from charging a Price higher than the average Prie charged by four other major paper companies. Major Lee Captain William s. Andrews 1328 Scotia Street so. Camden and Captain Robert e. Lee Camden have been recently promoted to the rank of major infantry . A army Reserve. The water Heater. Wagon slamming shut the Secre a Little damage was reported by door a reported 60 per cent of the population of the River Region in Western Tay Ninh province left on american helicopters for res to element. They have moved into strategic hamlets and Are being fed by the us. Aid Missi a. Special forces sources report that pictures of contented settlers Are being pastel on propaganda pamphlets dropped into the Region in an attempt to persuade the husbands to join them other leaflets offer High prices for Viet Cong weapons. These have had results. Two peasants carrying old rifles arrived in Saigon from the Tay Ninh area and gave themselves up to the first policeman they saw. Taken to Headquarters they emitted they were ivies Cong Wafel pamphlets and immediately demanded Lioto i asters about $13�?eacli Lor their weapons. They got Money and a trip to a rehabilitation Camp. More room in u. S. For College Frosh new York apr the student admissions Center says about 60,000 places Are till open in next semesters freshman classes of two year and four year accredited colleges. G. James Hechtman director of the Center said thursday that there is More room Avail Able than is popularly believed. A the problem is one of distribution of applications rather. Than a Lack of physical space a he said. A but i am greatly concerned regarding the position of the Republican party in View of the constant internal barrage against Goldwater on the nation Al level a Spicer said. Summer Art league program announced the Art league again offers its annual summer Art program enjoyed by so Many boys and girls last year. Five classes will be Given from monday june 29, through Friday. July 3, at Cleveland Avenue school from 9 11 30., to boys and girls Ages 7 12. A display of their work will be open to the Public the afternoon of july 3. Painting drawing sculpting and mosaics Are planned. Registrations will be taken by mrs. Bob Copelandjr. 6-6628, mrs. F. P. Hollis 6-3240, and mrs. Don Sappington 6-2338, on june 15, 16 and 17. A fee of fifty cents for general supplies and few i divid eral supplies and a few individual supplies will be required. said Craig Truax a Scranton aide had wired him Early today that Scranton would Fcook the nomination. A if such a move had any possibility of Success a Spicer said in an interview a it would have been forthcoming from the Republican governors at the governor s conference in Cleveland last he said it was doubtful that Scranton a move would Cut Gold water already Long list of delegates. Spicer said he had backed Scranton for the vice presidential nomination until today. Now lie said rep. William Miller the gop National chairman is the logical for the second spot on the Republican ticket. Boat licenses due on july 1 according to information received today by Powell e. Gam Mill county clerk from the Arkansas game and fish commission boat renewals May be obtained from july i to july 15 Only. On july 16 All renewal forms must be returned to the game and fish commission. After july 15 All boats that have not been renewed must be re Register at the fee of $2 instead of the usual $1 fee for renewals no worries for Johnson and Erhard Washington a West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard goes Home tonight after agreeing with president Johnson that the West need not worry about the soviet East German a. Friendship treaty. Announcement of the promotions was made by it. Col. Hollis g. Bray commanding officer 7510th Artu usar transportation army terminal station complement Al Dorado. The 7510th is now at Brooklyn army terminal Brooklyn new York where its members Are training for a two week per Iod. Major Lee lives at 922 Clifton st. So Camden with his life Pauline and their three daughters. He graduated from Arkadelphia High school in 1949 from Henderson state teachers College in 1953. In 1954, he completed the Basic infantry officers school fort Ben ing Georgia. Major Lee is assigned to the equipment division of the 7510th and in civilian life is employed by the Woodlands division International paper company Camden. In civilian life major Andrew is director ouachita county welfare department Cam Den. He graduated from Cam Den High school in 1944 received his . Degree from Hen Derson sate teachers College. A a let a get acquainted was theme of the Winthrop Rockefeller dinner Friday night at hotel Camden and about 1252 people were there. Majority of these were lifelong democrats but there was a Good sprinkling of republicans from All Over South Arkansas. As to How Many of those 125 votes or will get come november 3 is a guess but he did no to Hurt himself any with his talk and friendliness. Travis Beeson the gop candidate for , who was Given a big boost by the Standard bearer was master of ceremonies. J. C. Russell jr., chairman of the gop committee and a lifelong Republican introduced the honoured guest in Brief but impressive manner. Charlie Watson of Arkadelphia candidate for Secretary of state was there also As was mrs. Willie Lee Jameson of Magnolia National gop com Mitte woman. Albert line gave the invocation and Totev. J. A Middlebrook gave the Benediction. Steve Ruff and a Johnny a Hazel and David Tate entertained the guests with specialities. Lucelle Newton played the Organ during the meal and a com partied the tates in their vocal numbers. Arkansas products were featured in table decorations. The menu also featured Arkansas dishes or. Rockefeller in talk Dweller on three phases of his Campaign first the fundamentals then organization plans and finally on the results of his state wide tour to Date. He went into detail on plans for the summer and fall. Also he told the group that he was flying to new York Friday night after the dinner in his private plane to attend the wedding of a Niece. That while at Warren Friday during the Pink Tomato festival he bought a half Bushel of tomatoes for $475 and that he was taking that half Bushel in his plane to new York. He was giving it to his Friend who owns the famous �?o21�?� restaurant there and these Loma Toos would be on display in the lobby w this famous gophers study Scranton s bids Washington a gov. William w. Scranton a sudden decision to Challenge sen. Bar a Goldwater for the Republican presidential nomination stirred if not electrified party leaders across the country. Arkadelphia in 1949, and his a .a. Degree from that College j spot a sl8n telling the world in 1962. A i that they came from Warren Ark. Later they will be served on the 21 menu. This was just another Way Rockefeller said he was Adver army Reserve photo using and boosting this state. He is a Veteran of world War 11, having served in the occupation of Japan with duty in kor but Many including foes of Goldwater wondered if the governors move Wasny to too late. In essence they asked where was Scranton earlier a and a Rockefeller supporter remarked tartly a Scranton and thers like him sat on their hands too there was certainly no sign in an associated press Survey of party leaders of any break in the ranks of Goldwater backers after Scranton a announcement Friday. Typical of those who have been supporting Goldwater was Tennessee gop chairman Harry Carbaugh who said a i personally am standing foursquare with a Goldwater it appears to me that a group of the Republican party feels that they want to control the Nom Naym an ha�?Tve1 Alk in scr in becoming an Active candidate this last a minute Effort to deny Goldwater the nomination i feel is civil rights Bill unchanged Washington a sen. Hubert h. Humphrey Senate floor manager for the civil rights Bill said today there is an excellent Chance the House will accept the version the sen a is working on of. And i am confident a Humphrey said i n an interview there will be no further changes of any if the Minnesota Democrat is Correct on both counts once the Bill is passed by the Senate and the House concurs it can go directly to president Johnson to be signed into Law. However if the House doe3 no accept the Senate changes the Bill will go to a conference committee to resolve differences Baltimore my. A gov. William a Scranton took a while to make up his mind but moved in a hurry on a he decided to go after the Republican presidential nomination. By his own account scr arh ton made the decision Only hours before he announced it Friday in a sweltering crowded hotel ballroom. A where will you Start your Campaign a a reported asked. A i just started it right Here the Pennsylvania Gover tor replied. A do we have any prescribed itinerary no hot at this moment. We just decided to run last even before he told the Maryland gop convention of his decision Scranton was firing his first Campaign salvos at. Front running sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona. A can be pretend even to ourselves that it is possible for us to stand with one foot in the 20th Century and the other in he 19th?�?� Scranton asked. A stand must be made but the hour is Lato a said the 46-year-old governor who has spent Tjie better part of a year insisting that Only an honest draft would make him there publican presidential few Liftee. Scranton said he change his mind when he decided the moderate Republican not going to thu when it came tiring National conventi rho vow water sounded an i the theme the chose when he plunged into the race last january. A j at his sprawling Home near Phoenix Goldwater had ? declared no other announced candidate and Only gov. Nelson a Rockefeller of new York was in the race at that Point could offer to the american people a Clear Choice in the next presidential election. I will offer a Choice not an Echo quot. Said Scranton Friday a i have come Here to offer our party a Choice. I reject the Echo that we have thus far Beon handed of fear of reaction fro the never never land the puts our nation on the Road backward to a lessor place in the world of free swedish officer gets life for spying Stockholm Sweden apr col. Stig Wennerstrom Jbf Tje swedish air Force was sentenced., to life in for spying against i Sweden for the soviet sentence Sweden a most in the versions passed by the severe in peacetime was hand House feb. 10 and by the Senate. The result could be delay or even stalemate. De Down 10 Days before soviet Premier Khz ruched is due in Stockholm on a visit. Building activity rate High in Camden City clerk Ray Joyner issued a total of 49 building permits for May. They Are As follows Lolo Mae Galbreath 424 Warren Street be business addition. Ouachita clinic 530 Jefferson Street so business addition. L. J. Westley 807 Skyline drive so dwelling addition. Jessie Lee Hall. 618 secession Street be dwelling remodelling. Bob Oldendorph 433 Lakeside drive new dwelling new. Owen Rogers 559 Beig Avenue new dwelling new. E. N. Faulkner 564 a Maple Street so dwelling remodelling. Bart Mcmanus 529 Hawkins Street so dwelling addition. A. G. Cross 367 Madiso Avenue be dwelling remodelling. M. Pace 526 secession Street be dwelling addition. Jethro Cummings 568m Pearl Street new dwelling addition. W. E. Gill 563 Louisiana Street be dwelling addition. Chipman chum 741 Scales Street be business addition. James w. Brummett 189 North Street so dwelling addition. Sterling Brown 725 Cuba Street be dwelling remodelling. Jesse Jones 293 Hickory Street so dwelling remodelling. Gerald stringfellow 2716 Evergreen Street so dwelling remodelling. Eugene Phelps a Apple ave be dwelling remodelling. Eugene Phelps Apple Avenue be dwelling addition Edward Cornelius 713 Pearl Street new dwelling addition. R. L. Westbrook 636 Graham Street new dwelling remodelling. J. T. Bunetta 2936 Bowie Avenue so dwelling remodelling. De Henson 567 Louisiana Street be dwelling addition. J. G. Williford 256 North Street so dwelling remodelling. Cathrine Lindsey 519 Carver Avenue so dwelling remodelling. George Greer 117 South Street so dwelling addition. Whites Chapel 1932 Cook Avenue so dwelling. Addition. Mrs. Rich Isom 657 Vanderbilt Street new dwelling add tion. Mrs. Rich Isom 635 Vanderbilt Street new dwelling addition. J. G. Martin 557 Tate Street so dwelling addition. C. C. Mcgee 2010 it Holly Road so dwelling remodelling. John l. Gray 612 secession Louie Riley 138 Green ave ing. Louie Riley 13,8 Green Avenue new dwelling remodelling. James a. Miller 248 Monroe Avenue be dwelling remodelling. Thelma thrower 247 Center Street so dwelling remodelling Annie Kelly 141 Johnson Street be Dwa lung addition. J. E. Pace 714 Viser Avenue be dwelling addition. A Frank Anderson 2909 Adams Avenue be dwelling remodelling Calvin Edwards 528 Pina Street be dwelling remodelling. Jen. O. Farris 622 secession st red be dwelling Reom dealing. Willie a so405 Beech Street so duelling addition. A Jonah Scott 338b Johnson Street be dwelling addition. Quot a t. J. Cross 584 Jenkins Street so duelling addition. James e. Mullins 1827 Maul Road new dwelling addition. A Robert Morris 534 Avery Street be dwelling remodelling. Lester Childers 437 Union Avenue so dwelling new. Bill Young 674 Monroe Avenue be dwelling addition. George Bowers 156 Grinstead. Street be dwelling remodelling. William a Dunn 422 har., ing Avenue new dwelling quot Ltd a a a a a it

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