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Camden News (Newspaper) - June 28, 1955, Camden, Arkansas It a a a h the for the sf4 hour period Endl Nof 7 am. Essay was High. 93, Low a bluer 4.70 feet falling. Rul Riviau inches. News forecast serving the South s Ideal Industrial area Arkansas partly Cloudy this afternoon tool grit and wednesday with scattered thunderstorms no important temperature changes. Volume Xxxvi number 57 m a ammo Atod a tic Camden Arkansas tuesday june 28, 1955 up a United prom Price five cents Faibus confirms report of Large Industry Little Rook my gov. Orval Faubus has confirmed reports that the states of Arkansas and Teiwes see both Are attempting to get a new 30 million Dollar Industry. Paubus declined to give any details but he did say the Industry would be something in the line of aluminium i clash with Ike s Highway plan administration asked to take Over civil defense Washington the commission on intergovernmental relations took Issue today with president Eisenhower s Highway financing program and called on his administration to assume full command of civil defense. The 25-member commission created by two years ago to recommend Boundary lines for overlapping taxes and encroaching governmental authority filed with the president a 311-Page document proposing 1. Withdrawal of the Federal gov comment from some Fields of taxation leaving them to the states and cities is rapidly As tax reduction becomes possible. It named no specific taxes. 2. Federal Quot payments i lieu of taxes Quot to cities and states in compensation for real estate stricken from their tax Rolls because of Federal ownership. 3. Increased Federal approx la ions for a stepped up state administered Highway construction program to be financed on a Quot pay As you build Quot basis not by borrowing. Jiuu us you Vii Ait 4, action by Congress to trans american patrol bomber by soviet Fer responsible hey for civil defense Case reviewed in refi irn trip to Washington Washington Early renewal of a request that Russia pay full damages for the shooting Down of a Navy plane a Quot geared Likely today. V Secretary of state Dulles gave in resident Eisenhower a full review of the Case last night while Thuy were returning to Washington. Dulles had flown to Bangor Maine earlier so that he could talk Over International developments which occurred during Eisenhower s six Day trip through new England. On their arrival late last night at National Airport James c. Hagerty said the two men had discussed plans for next month s big four Summit talks id he added Quot the president and the Secretary also reviewed fully the shooting Down by soviet planes of the . Naval patrol Craft whue it was Over International Waters. A they a discussed the a soviet i memorandum of exp Atalloh and regret to which a re ply will be made Hagerty declined to shed any Light on the nature of the reply. The incident occurred last wednesday in the Bering Strait or Alaska. Seven of the 11 crewmen in the Navy plane suffered Burns or injuries Russia while contending the . Plane invaded soviet territory has conceded the Cliance of error and has offered to pay half the damages Dulles said yesterday the offer was Quot not. All that we consider appropriate under uie on other subjects Dulles told a news conference ,1. The shooting Down of an fighters Over the Bering sea last week seems to have been a Quot trigger Happy Quot incident a not something which Quot represents a considered policy on the part of the soviet 2. Dulles told Molotov at san Francisco that Russia should pay the full Cost of the lass of the plane and reparations for injuries to 7 of the 11 crewmen. But Dulles does not yet know what the total �11 will be nor How the claim will pressed. 3. The United . Russia Wai ked Over fetus flip s idea of holding a Yar East conference to include red China is a participant after the Geneva knee Tang. The United states feels nationalist China should be present and disagrees. 4. Dulles does not Rule out the of direct talks Between United states and red Chiba in some matters. The United Stales would give by sympathetic consideration to a visit to the unite states by marshal Tito president of co Nunu nest Yugoslavia currently being wooed by Moscow after breaking with the Kremlin in 1948. 6, Dulles the his it possible that disarmament discussions at the Summit conference May Lead ultimately to reducing and balancing armaments Between the Atlantic allies and the soviet bloc. 7. Dulles sees nothing to be to Washington from the states and cities which the commission said Are ill equipped financially and otherwise to carry the Burden. 5. Continuance with some important changes and curtailments of Federal Grants in Aid. Under which More than two billion dollars annually is furnished to states and local governments. The Federal Grant the report said Quot has become a fully matured device of cooperative the comr Ossion headed by Meyer Kestnbaum of Chicago president of the Hart Schaffner amp Marx clothing concern emphasized this View Quot a fundamental objective of our system of government should be to keep centralization to a minimum and state local responsibility to a raft spotted in search for fliers Tokyo a tiny life raft possibly occupied by one of two . Marine filers missing at sea for the third night was spotted by an air Force search plane some 120 Miles South of Tokyo tonight about 9 40 . Ships of Siree nations hunted the a lived by piling up no aggression la a a Tara tees on top of each other. He thus discounted reports of United states interest in working out some european Security system aimed solely at producing new promises not to it Taok. 8. If genuinely free elections could be Arr fanged by Viet Nam Dulles believes the Indr China country can be unified under a non communist government. But he indicated neither the United states nor South Viet Nam would accept sections not considered to be free. 9. The state and Justice departments have been consulting on whether to contest a court decision that a citizen has a re tit to passport unless it is denied him by judicial processes Mississippi River trip ends safely new Orleans up a three Sun Burnt couples received an official Welcome at City Hall today after travelling 1,400 Miles Down the Mississippi River from Cincinnati in 17 i foot boats. They were mrs. And mrs. Wilson Crawford of Lookout Heights. By mrs. And mrs. Len Labome of it Washington Phio and mrs. And mrs. Kenneth Lamb of Kenton Hills by. The trip took 17 Days. In route Nhey encountered a bluster Long Sun six foot Waves an Island inhabited by wild dogs and a lands tale that nearly crushed one of the boats. Quot i be been planning to make the trip All my life Quot said Crawford when the Little flotilla tied up yes. Terday., Quot it s been my dream for 80 years. I talked about it and this time i did it. The others fell into the idea leaves nothing by Hind not even House Wiesbaden Germany m a Adolf Hartlieb Ai year old Oer Man labourer told neighbors that if he were forced to move out for nonpayment of rent he would leave nothing behind. He made Good on the threat. Police said he new up the House with homemade expo a Ives yesterday Klui n g is t Estr Kogod wife their two Small daughters Atul he ii Elk Tokyo sunday night. An air Force spokesman said sputtering signals still were being picked up from one of the rafts at 10 30 . The search spread Over 20,000 Miles of the foggy Western Pacific in an Effort to locate the fog shrouded men before they died of exposure As they drifted in Little rubber rafts. Arronson s body found in Tennessee River Chattanooga Tenn. M a tie body of Warren Baughman 26, of Black Rock Ark., was recovered from the Tennessee River Day. Baughman. A towboat Oiler and five other members of the Tow boat Donna Lees Crew including Bobby Taylor 19, of Forrest City Ark., lost their lives saturday when gasoline from a broken Barge Une ignited and enveloped the boat in flames. Mother beats four year Oid hot Springs Ark. If a mrs. Marie Hendrix 23, has been charged with child neglect in the beating of her 4-year-old daughter. Mona Lanell Lowe mrs. Hendrix daughter by a previous marriage was hospitalized yesterday with a brain concussion and multiple bruises and lacerations. Mrs Hendrix told police whipped the child Quot because passed pet cutest Winkers a lion in the photos Are the winners of the four divisions of the pet show held on the grounds of Kama radio station saturday morn ing. The contest was by the ouachita county hos Ijlal. In the upper left hand picture Jane Ellen Miller daughter of or. And mrs. J. H. Miller of 807 Clifton St., is shown with her Little Monkey which won first place in the most unusual pet division tha lower left pictures shows Rita pole gen daughter of or. And mrs. Jack Peotr gun of Bill kits. With Ginger her Little mexican Chihuahua which took the prize for the Best trained pet. George son of or. And mrs. Albert Bews of 1287 Grayson St. Is pictured upper right photo silting besides his tiny pet i amp a in the cont Auger. His fish won in the division for the Sinai Les pet. Larry Weaver son of or. And mrs. L. P. pictured with Maude a Beautiful Saddle Pony which won largest pet division. Each Winner received valuable prizes in Cash and gifts. Photo by Bracken charges against Lattimore Sam Serio Heads american legion four areas to form Industrial corporations Fitle Rock a four expansion in National debt limit expected president signs Federal employee pay raise Bill Bill would increase pay of 1,073,262 employees Washington w a president Eisenhower today signed the Bill Nils Long the pay of 1,073,262 Federal 7i-, per cent or an average of about $325 a year. Enactment of the measure completes a round of . Pay voted at this session totalling about 1 1-4 billion dollars. Tile Bill signed today cover 983,057 civil service employees Mirou ghost the nation and 90,205 others in various government agencies with separate pay a systems. Tile increase which will Cost about 328 million dollars a year is retroactive to March 1. This Means the employees will get Lump sum payments totalling about 110 million As soon they can be arranged. The annual payroll for the workers covered by the Bill now is about $4,350,000.000 a year. The last general pay raise for these workers was in 1951. The increases will run from about $190 a year to $1,005 for the civil service employees. Dulles discusses big four meeting Washington in a Secretary of state Dulles said today russian failure to discuss German unit la Tich to he big four Summit con for Trace would throw doubt on soviet sincerity toward casing International tensions. Dulles said the division of Germany is a world problem which Reserve program okayed by House group rewritten measure approved by big majority Washington Pic the House armed services committee today approved 29-1 president Eisenhower s revamped military Reserve program and sent it Baclic to the House. With Thiee other members voting , the committee approved a rewritten allow Lii the Pentagon to expand the trained reserves by calling upon teen Agens will Lnig to Volunteer Lor re a serve duty. The revised measure won support from rep. Short or Moi. Ranking gop member of the commit Sci and leading opponent of the original version. The forces led l y Short the p r c s i d ent s Prog ruin last month. Short said the new Sinift is not Universal military training amt because Quot there is no can Impulsion it is purely chairman Vinson Ltd ii old talk committee he will need Hili strength to fight off a new anti segregation amendment Whir a ii said rep. Powell a Nyi will introduce Wien tiie measure Reache the floor probably late Lii w in i. Tile original Bill was after Powell got through a Barr ing the Federal it of to segregated Nau Onai guard units. The rewritten Bill liminal cd All reference to the guard but i can be amended. Vinson Suid Powell will offer a proviso which in effect would prevent Youtie. From volunteering for service in for. Gated guard unit Sas a Nicki iof escaping the two required by the draft. Nov it. Fri your Washington m a Sens. Byrd a a a a or a. Have filed articles of i Corpora a no Vai and Milli Icin a Colo pref of a a.,. Tion Here for Industrial develop dieted today the Senate will Ai it Bam Seno or. Was re elected As corporations. Prove a six billion Dollar Tempo commander of the american Lej to i groups will cooperate Rary expansion of the National debt Gion Post 45 of Camden at a meet tie Arkansas limit. Ing Lor tie elections of new , development in efforts i the House passed it 226-56 yes last night at the legion hut. This bring new Industry to the stale verday. Is commander Serio s second term he new areas forming such Bvrd who Heads the Senate other officers elected monday soups Are Helena West Helena a com Mitt w said he Naglit were vice commander Nizio i Wren Rev county. Routers and of Quot contains the seeds of greater evil. Any realistic Effort to promote Jamp arc no Mayfield adjutant. Jimmy Ever Hart sgt. At. Arms Norman Knutson finance officer Wilburn Thorpe chaplain. J. C. Russell. Tills males 18th year to hold an office in the american legion. Installation of the new officers will be wednesday night july 6 at the legion hut. The installing officer has not yet been selected. Jury rules deaths to unknown causes views Given on Cotton program Jonesboro. Arlt i Farmers presented their problems As related to government controls on lik.0 to see the ceiling placed a Little lower. But he said he regards Tii. House figure As Quot the Best we can Benson admits harsh remarks Washington wlm Secretary of Jan unification he said. Referring to Remarick by soviet foreign minister Molotov last Welc at san Francisco Dulles said Russia appears to live lost interest in getting Germany unified. Molotov had Polcen of the East West division of Germany As lice by to continue for a Long time. Dulles said he deplored this attitude. He added that if tie soviets really desire to Advance the cause of peace Thev will talk about i Way Dilt u ,.cd r Dennany at the july 18 Summit for Tho new Load it in it main Quot meeting in Geneva. Cotton Rice and soybeans to a 10 agriculture Benson has confirmed Man delegation h. Once stated his announce ter Day but few Concrete solutions , Volf Ladejinsky s dismiss were offered. Airn cultural attache in Toiyo the congressmen headed by language that was Quot probably Kansas rep. E. A Gathings who Quot Quot Washington a it a my Kuvurn-,4.1 .�?z,1 hrs a in no Wohha 7 nah near Here. Latt Ore on charges of perjury i Earl Jaclson said he had atty. Gen. Brownell made the 1 nooning new to report in the in announcement. J of the deaths. The Sher Brownell noted that the . Dis iff said earlier that mrs. Bryant strict and appeals courts Here had i had cashed a $600 Check at an eng twice thrown out key counts of in i land Bank to pay her farm Lattimore Wethi ploy a and Fiat a dial Knob on a false testimony before the Senate Safe in her House had either melted she she internal Security subcommittee in Early 1952. Brownell said it thus appeared impossible to proceed on five remaining perjury counts. Lattimore a John Hopkins lecturer and far Eastern affairs specialist was accused of lying in denying that he had been a Follower or promoter of the communist line. These were described by Federal District judge Luther w. Youngdahl As Quot formless and obscure Quot and too vague for the 54-year-old Lattimore to defend. Youngdahl threw them out and his judgment on this was twice upheld by tile court of appeals Lor tie District of Columbia. The appeals court s second ruling was made june u on a 4-4 vote. The tie let the Youngdahl find hug stand. This confronted the government with the Choice of appealing to the supreme court or Gouig ahead with an attempted prosecution of Lattimore on five other counts which Lattimore s attorneys had described As the further possibility open to the government was to drop the whole prosecution. This is what it elected to do. A Lattimore s attorney. Thurman Arnold said he had no comment alien informed by a reporter of to unload soviet Brownell s statement. The original seven count perjury indictment against Lattimore was returned in december 1962. Under surveys Start on new Highway of a be Rock a in Arno Sas Highway do Kurtmen has stari de surveys to determine Locati a for a new interstate Hugh Way Arkansas that will in Quot High main link Between Memphis and St. Louis. The plans to Radii calf a i tion of the Roar in miss nun. The project is a new he. L61 from Lake David to him Ouri line a a distance i i in 5 Miles. Taif Hig Liway Wiki it i ruin Lane controlled Access however the a o to rehabilitate tic pm i. Hig Liway 61. The new Highway will inc a x Auri West of the present Hii a Nav and will bypass mom of 1p in a in. Now served by it. 61 is part i a a in Federal interstate Sci set. Up i.-,. Congress. Highway i recur mar Bart red Ridge and member of a i i a. Faubus favors business plan civic leaders at by Yalu Vii pm Mac 20 during a ,iou tui �4 North Isabl Arkansaw. Plan proposed for bus strike settlement woman accused of fraudulent divorce Little Rock a a new York woman accused of fraudulently obtaining a divorce at hot Springs apparently is Safe from extradition to Arkansas unless such action is requested by prosecutor h. A. Tucker of hot Springs. Gov. Orval Paubus said yesterday he would ignore atty. Gen. Tom Gentry s request for the extradition of Estelle Goldstein Price Weill. At a news conference the governor said he had received a Telegram from Tucker asking that the extradition be delayed. Faubus did not say Why Tucker wanted the delay but he said that he would follow the prosecutor s wishes in Tjie matter. Gentry has not revealed the basis for his interest in the Case. Striking dockers won t unload russian ship striking dockers London m refused today rowing shells from a russian ship. It looks As if the red athletes will have to use borrowed boats in the famed Henley Royal re Gatta til Aning tomorrow. Off m the fire or knocked off. Coroner Fred Berry said that the woman suffered a fractured Skull. Two fire alarms on monday the fire alarm was Wieard twice be amp ter Day one being a false alarm about 4 p. M. During the afternoon lighting struck the television Antenna at tiie Home of Lewis negro. 234 or instead Street. There no damage done to the House. Tile raise alarm was sounded at 6 40 at the Corner of sprint and Van a Buren. Smok from a trash fire nearby prompted the Persan who sounded the alarm. Molotov enjoys trip across nation new York we soviet foreign minister. M. Molotov arrived by train from san Francisco quiday with a big smile for everybody. Quot it a Fine trip Quot he said to a reporter. Molotov returning from the loth anniversary Celebration at san Francisco sails tomorrow on the Queen Elizabeth. It was reported he will Confer with u. N. Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold on arrangements Elined to the matter further Bob Downs of , presi but said he might make an outlier Dent of tile Poinsett county a a i Stivic no i Critor. Mers Union association i ged tie j Iii a i announcing to Quot do so Nething Quot Tadeja Isky s , about dwindling farm income. He i worker had been a member of said Itiat Farmers Are he two communist front Organiza country and the Small Towa Busi Lions and being removed for is Hurt a result. and technical . A. 1a a it in denied Benson s Secu Jalbert of Little Ruck a a Ven a Security of the Farmers if Ianire earlier by the state de Uii Ion presented by proxy a new Ladejinsky Sulu sequently plan for government on i it ared again inv the foreign Cotton he said that and Kielp to co on Farmers should be assignment in Indochina based on Gross family Micoine instead of production. Little Rock pm gov. Orval Kays he favors a Strong Campaign to take away from Memphis. Quot if i were merchant i d have my agents out making All tie contacts they could Quot Faubus yesterday. Memphis decision to build its own Power Plant rather than use electricity produced at the controversial Plant under construction at West Memphis a Shiv to re open it o brought a Campaign in Ark a Union on ground Ali to divert usually a no strike Coni Rai conducted on the Memphis Market the Union Denie i i rn.,f Rock ,1 Sini. Comr ii sooner cd Sec itch the Iii Brough today pro cd n a it ii. F settlement of the >.-<, old i us strike her it. Representatives of i Kai Drivers and it Quot re out werho i. ,. They would Ducep for cir111 gave no Nide action he. i agree. Etc has Rufu Chi on of no a 1 i to markets. said that he favors in a written statement to the , Haid that Price support payments should be limited to a total of $2,000 per farm unit. Quot i believe you could allow the individual Farmer full parity on his production up to $7,000 of Gross product and Stop at Point Quot the statement said. He judge rules on Low flying planes four killed in violent storms is the i Lam Llull nil postal it ii it in i pc 10 up Ltd up Iai rebuilding it up Aski arbitration braid it i i Iii county highways to improve trans a twin on Hun no i i it i i por tation into Little Roc it. Thus Aid Down fran a ii to a it Liui ing in the Effort to reduce Arkan i submitted by of do i Sas shopping at Memphis. The coins Tiv Siml if would la m to until the Only Nincic i. That of the j it i ii to it chair Nitin. I tie Inlet inc called i i. J new York Federal Liidi e could he Dun. A. Has ruled that Conin unities Border strike ing an Airport have no right to the a. I it ban Low flying planes As they a ship Ltd Lii i Proeh or take off from the land Niu ices of tic 1 Luis i ing Field. A North Little Rork in f n the decision was Mado Vesterli Day in n brought by 10 air and other organizations to test. A k an ordinance adopted by the a Rire Meil to Sec Sau county Village of car Oarhur to. Which lies next to Idlewild air false alarm tuesday by to i a Iati a i tornadoes or violent that struck in of the mid continent South and left said tiie $7,000 figure might be four persons dead More than a too Low but he based it on the score injured and heavy property Quot Quot a Diganci average National income a damage today. Prohibited planes from Fly Iii firemen w re 1 under plan there would a Man and a woman a Ere killed than 1.000 feet Over he a. 111. A i d,.v Nio by no acreage allotments or mar a late yesterday when a 1 ,. ,. ,. At 7-Lti be. Keying controls just the limit on i Kinas lied 25 Homes at the Hillerege Quot s. , judge Walter Brucoli Camden Melv 1� and u development of Quot Quot Quot a thing in Brooklyn de i alarm Wali a d to. 1 the previous democratic adminis for the big pour meeting in of traction. Beginning july 18. Scottsbluff neb. Some 25 persons government payments. Joe Hardin of Grudy the ,. Dent of the Arkanna farm Bureau i Ecel Ved Hospital treatment. Federation to Lor ,. To were killed by mud ate Pruks imn Diatel to Start Tiht Nutig in storms that swept Cotlon moving Luto the world Market. He blamed loss of markets on High Price supports. He Sald organization favored pit i in t 1 rate to to parts of texan and new my Xico last Nigil. Property Dasugo was expected to run Between $100,000 and $500,000,. _ plan advanced la Fri Quot j Tanish to Quot and sen. Eastland of Mississippi which i reduced p ice Sporta. Karubos parents of the dead boy. Bob Smith a Walnut Ridge Rice a were critically injured glower said that he j the waifs one of a rash to the two Price plan for Rice. In of that hop scotched Der plan one Price would be parts of Nebraska and by for the Domestic mar Oming sunday night and yesterday Ket and another lower Price for several persons were injured in foreign markets. Wyoming dared the Law unconstitutional. New York stocks new York a it there a general decline in the Stolt mar Ket today. of around a Point were in Early afternoon by some recent Market Leader but the majority of declines were not arge brokers said they were encouraged by the Light volume. lower were the steels motors rubbers mall orders farm equipments coppers and rails. The chemicals Rab a feel evasions and Milij were mixed. Tiie alarm vat it i m from the ..stem ii Home off of Lushu so it n. Sion Street dollars. Spent in card ii work for Camden buy at Home

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