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Camden News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1939, Camden, Arkansas If cd a news state a8800uted us Ltd Reil a ical it pm a Kansas monday. May 8. 1939. Num is order reverse on their Wayto visit Canada . Lewis to Blake publt6 confidential memo showing Al tie to sep Loveit wording of Walt Street Lawyea letter Idi Batocal with Ai it of amendment Abr so secret with reorganisation that several be cuthers Hay ils9i�n Fuhner my mod have threatened to quit other Kew dealers angered Whit Teton Mas May let owls a pm t bluffing when he a mtr cd in had Eviden of to prove hit Grava Aoe Usatin Liat the and Amend Mats to the Wagner act were formulated in a do Union with the Quot National anode Fin of manufacturers and other i Pemlea of later Quot. The shaggy bowed Cio bom hat a file of Lettera notate ��1 memoranda that he lag a a to place before the Senate labor Condux Pittee How he got the Aen National do Cumento a a Donatl guarded secret but he Haa them and a going to make them pub us. F one of the Bombshell la Lewit posted Titi it a letter h. Mon Tagila prominent will Street Law Yin a. To a Toby m. Chea ter head of Aen ral Roodt and former do Hunan of the Llano fact rest Auto citation. This letter Ditc Uwel confidential Daminga with jo�4>h Padway at general counsel and contains a wording id Nucal with parts of fit Al Amao Manta. The Letler Roidt a a of nowt Quot dorm stat Quot i Confer with yet his i a Dir the foil wig confidential matter Quot during july aug Tiit had september i us wed confidentially to Edge Adi i Faroui Legal Minot and data he requested warding certain Nat Tohir labor relations act questions and during the Al convention in Houston this Nkeith i responded of his Huny Calls for additional Legal no Ndu and data. Quot judge Padway has now asked me to prepare for Tim draft amendments of the act covering the following Points in which he has now received instructions from the Al executive Council Quot first Jurist icon Shau be granted appellate courts to re a View the facts As Well As the Law to determine Wilether the decisions conform to the weight and Sredl Brilty of the evidence. Quot second separate the admin Inist Ettive functions from the judicial functions of the. Boards lodging the judicial functions in a tribunal wholly Independent from the National labor relations Board Quot Quot i win thank you if on receipt of plus you will write or Tel Ephime my office when i can Confer with you regarding the above signed Gilbert h. Montague Quot note. A or. Mctague an expert on anti Trust Laws has been associated with both the National association of Maatifa ufers and the powerful i s. Chamber of Commerce in drafting legislation propose by Tlam. Japan aaa cd realty. T about 48 hours after or. Syng Man Luriee the first tire Steht of the korean i Public established offices of the Oreah nationalist Mission in Washington he had a very polite and smiling caller. Quot i am or. Hetfield or. Rhee Quot announced the Middle aged visitor Quot or. Matfield of the Jap anese embassy Quot yes Quot be sued or. Ref who when he led the famous passive 7 revolution against japanese occupation of Korea had a japanese Price of $100,000 of his head Quot what can i do for you Quot Quot we would like to know what your work will be Here Quot was the unabashed reply. Quot my work remains the same As it has been for 80 years Quot said or. Rhee. Quot the object of my use is to Hurt Japan and no in for my 28,000,000 of a ctn Drymen whom Japan shoe enslaved their Liberty and so or. Hetfield the need or. Rhee and bowed himself out of the office. Note. Korea Wai completely Cut a queued by tiie japanese in 1910, by thousand a of koreans by stir feel i Fri Ollil Quot a ulis of a h in h a tag Seerge i and Queen Elisabeth above of Jocund. Wui Quot Quot a. C., for a i monarchs to North. Raaseh it Meef May 15. Coatina across Canada to Vancouver and Ream to Washington. D. Tim with pics Lenl and mrs. Franklin d. Roosevelt. They re the first relic Point British Moi a at. Feet in a Srisan am flu probably leave about Jane 10. Photo copyright by Peterec Cuil Coor Matthew Springer to face slaying charges testimony in the trial of Matthew Springer negro Concrete worker charged with killing Leroy Goodwin on March 18, was started today in ouachita circuit court. It was necessary to get an extra senior of 10 jurors before the 12-Roan panel could be completed this morning. Springer who makes Well tubing and other Concrete products near the cemetery on North Adams Street claimed Goodwin was attempting robbery when he shot him but the state claims jealousy was the motive for the slaying. Loe Bailey was found guilty on a morals charge and sentenced to three years by a it Ury but the jury recommended clemency and asked the judge to suspend sentence. Judge l. S. Britt has not acted upon the request. This Case occupied the court Friday afternoon and saturday. A temperature. Temperature for the 24 a a hour period ending at 7 a. M. A monday was High 80. Low a 60. River is 8.3 feet falling. A a rainfall .04 Inch. A write news. K. Furr tells about drowning of nurse Mee tuesday st. John s Church to serve group at noon the Camden rotary club will meet tuesday noon at the st. John s episcopal Church for the regular luncheon ladies of the Church will serve the meal. National music week will be observed and w. J. Risinger is in charge of the program. All rotarians Are urged to present and get final details regarding the Quot on to hot Springs Quot drive. The District conference is May 15 and it and the Camden club Hopes in live 100 per cent attendance it it it d. K. Furr Well known Locust Bayou Man wrote the Camden news today telling about tie Trig in death in a Creek near that Community Friday. His letter follows Quot i am writing a few lines to explain the death of miss Hor tense Murry that occurred Here Friday caused by her car running into the Creek near York filling station. No one saw the sad sight except Jamos Furr 12 year old son of Allen Furr who with a few other boys were in the Creek near the spot. They heard her Sci earning and came to Aid the drowning woman. They ran and got Abner York and by this time they had stopped Fred Mit Civell and get Gie Hearnsberger our Highway Rcpt for agent. He with the Aid of Mitchell s truck and the Highway truck got some chains and pulled miss Murry s car to where they could get her out Quot the car was very nearly in Dir water and Fred Mitchell Hoyle Hollis a. A. York George Hearnsberger and Eugene Riggs had done everything that could have Beer done after the car and been pulled out or Davis Ivy Talbot and Charlie e. Byars got there and under instructions of or. Davis and or. Talbot everything was done that was possible in an Effort to revive the drowning woman. These thou it Ful workers had the ambulance Here in 15 or 20 proceeds from Flay for school seniors will equip basement for students Quot Spring fever Quot the senior play for May 12, 1939 will be As a Benefit performance. The senior class in a recent meeting approved a plan by which All funds from the play will be used to equip playrooms in the school basement. The rooms Are to be located in the space the grammar grades Are now occupying the grammar grades will be moved into the new building of the football Field. Those playrooms will be provided with Ping Pong tables , Badminton sets and Many other games popular with the younger set. Tickets for the play will go on Sale tomorrow and a Short synopsis of tile plot will to presented in the High school Assembly at 10 a. M. Friday Large coloured to Vei have been made by members of the class and will be in display at local downtown stores soon. The play was written by ten Hughes and promises to be very amusing. Mrs. Marian Pope Taiton is in charge of production. weather i i of Cloudy cooler and showers in t in extreme East portion tonight Tum Day Tahr t j a e British radio firm not to relay message London May 8 a. A British broadcasting corporation announced today it will not relay in England the broadcast the Duke of Windsor is scheduled to make to night from Verdun France to the United states. The bbl gave no reason for the decision reached after a lengthy consideration. It will be the former Sovereign first speech since the famous abdication broadcast on dec. La Imp River meeting to be Host to ova session x Between 200 and 300 delegates from Over the ouachita Valley in Arkansas will assemble tomorrow in Arkadelphia at the chamber of Commerce. The meeting will open promptly at ten o clock presided Over by w. F. Bradford of Camden president of the association. President w. J. Risinger of the chamber of Commerce is urging a Large delegation from Camden. A. D. Mason is chairman of the Camden delegation. Numbers Are expected from along the Saline the Caddo the Little Missouri and to upper ouachita. Complete reports win be made by the president and w. Mcclure Secretary covering membership in. To lament finances and the legislative status. E. Palmer called the chamber of Commerce this morning from hot Springs saying he expected to attend and would have a representative in Arkadelphia tomorrow of the associated press to cover the proceedings. The annual election of officers and directors will take place this meeting will be Well represented by advocates of flood control reservoirs and navigation. A report of development on the Warrior River in Alabama will be made showing where the government is just a 30-foot lift navigation dam at Tuscaloosa. Which displaces 3 lower dams above while last week the Rivers and harbours committee of the House unanimously a i ionized construction of a new 40 foot lift lock and dam at dem Opolis just below the Confluence of the to Bigbee and Warrior Rivers displacing 4 Low dams on the Warrior and backing water 60 Miles up the Tom Igbee at a Cost of $6,750,000. This announcement Quot gives heart Quot says local River boosters for similar improvement to the Channel of the ouachita. Improvements in Alabama results in a 9-foot Channel and lock Chambers considerably wider and 600 feet Long while the old lock and dam system of the Warrior is obsolete similar to the Small lock Chambers on the ouachita. The Warrior River at Tuscaloosa Quot says w. Mcclure Quot is about the same size Stream As the ouachita at Camden. Wit i a deeper Channel to Camden and larger lock Chambers on the Oua Chita system the tonnage Movi Nii through Camden will increase products of ouachita work shop me it dinner session will be held at hotel the Camden credit Bureau will hold its regular Dinar meeting at 6 15 p. M. At the ouachita hotel. Several important business matters Are to be discussed and All members Are urged to we Laguardia says u. S. Must continue projects Washington May 8 la mayor Laguardia of new York City said today if the government Al an done the principle of works Progress administration the result will be Quot too terrible to testifying As chairman of the United states conference of mayors Laguardia told the House spa investigating committee that cities generally could not be expected to increase the contributions they make toward meeting the Relief problem. Stocks Ibsen Var. New York May 8 up. A a stocks shifted irregularly lower today in a Dull session. You be often heard the expression Quot Little dabs of powder and Little dabs of paint make a girl look like what she aint Quot. A new version of this could be Quot just a few nails and litle dabs of paint make old crates and boxes look what they aint Quot. It is really surprising the things that can be made from discarded butter boxes Apple and prune crates Mirror crates Magazine covers a Lew nails or screws and other things that Are ordinarily thrown away. In the county housekeeping aide and Tuy and furniture renovating projects boxes and crates Are made into chairs and furniture and Magazine covers appear As attractive Wall plaques. All these things were exhibited last Friday and saturday in thie better Homes exhibit set up in the ouachita hotel building. One of the novel articles was the chair made from a barrel. The seat of the chair opens to reveal compartments for sewing or magazines. Smaller chairs tor child Rafn die fashioned from butter boxes. Photo by news then too there were rugs made of old Felt hats and Burlap hats or Corn shucks and Magazine Racks foot stools and doll furniture made from discarded crates and boxes. The largest articles exhibited were a divan and a spool bed. The attractive divan was made of Mirror crates was stained and upholstered at a very Small Cost and the spool bed was of culls from the furniture factory. All kinds of toys were shown from cuddly dolls fashioned from scraps of cloth to doll cradles and chairs made of old packing boxes. The Nursery was fully equipped with a Quot kiddie Coop Quot discarded lumber and scraps of screen wire were , and other pieces of furniture suitable for Little folks. In fact there is no limit to things that can be made from boxes and crates and a Little ingenuity. The picture above shows Many of the toys and furniture and mrs. Sarah Brown Field worker of the i just to Ltd eing aisle is Imin in tiie be observed Elizabeth Copeland is chairman for event for the sixth consecutive year Tinati Mikil Cotton week will to observed in Camden sponsored by the business amp professional Weitien s club. The Vek of May 22-27 is the Dille and the National Cotton Council of America is pro claim til Cotton As the Quot Fibre of americ i �3 miss Elizabeth Copeland first vice i re Ici ent of the u. Amp p. W. Club is i ii dial Clairman of Cotton week and is naming her committees. The rigid Cotui Hill on saturday in Ijelu. May 27, will Climax the week s events. It will be it Llie a Iii hut and a 103 Cotton a be ii will l e elected. Miss anti Cora is was selected c Jetton Iii Yeii last Yeai and holds her title a Iii Crown until Siili Day Iii it May 27.girls to sign Opra Camp annual Encampment for scouts opens june 6 Ipen and Ink receipts not necessary in state Little Rock May 8 a. A the supreme court reversed today its april 3 decision that poll tax receipts not signed with pen and Ink by county collectors were invalid for voting purposes. The new opinion considered of Paramount importance in View of the possible special election within the next two months on sales tax workmen s compensation and venue fixing acts of the 1939 legislature. The reversal directed the Mississippi circuit court to declare Doyle Hernderson Winner of the democratic nomination for county judge at the August 1938 primary Over s. L. Gladish who now holds the office. In another decision the court up Hield the finding of circuit judge Dexter Bush that proponents of the removal of the Hempstead county courthouse from Washington to Hope had won Legal majority at the special election last june 11. Little Rock May 8 it pm gov. Carl Bailey said today the Arkansas legislature will not be called into special session in connection with refer Enda petitions now circulating in the state except Quot As a last resort Quot. A a Smith is found dead in cell at jail d re la a a a j1 Hopkins says group of business men wrong _4---- Washington May 8 iyar Secretary Hopkins said today Amonti members of the United chamber of Commerce was unwarranted and added that Quot i Don t think Foi a moment that they represent the is of most business men in the coun Hopkins who has Joeen recover iry. Ing for intestinal influenza returned to work today after a end River cruise with president Roosevelt. Sets High catch Mark girl scouts who Are pm Annne to attend Camp this summer must be registered with mrs. F. M. Bivens before May 15. Camp fee �3 $5, including one Dollar Reg is ration fee. Camden girl scout Council is putting Forth an Effort to make camping More fun than Ever before for the coming season. Repair of Camp Edna umsted underway and an enthusiastic of leaders will be in Camp. Mrs. Ches ter Carter of Crossett formerly of Camden will return As director of Camp. Mrs. A r. Parker will return and a in camper knows about the d Chicken dinners ,etc., she Bias in store. Mrs. Montez Matthews and mrs. S k. Clark will be in Chargi. Of swimming . Frank Long will be there with a our of helpers to train nimble lands in the Art of pottery. Nature hikes of instructive other forms of instructive pleasure Are being worked out. So campers diet your registration fee to mrs. Bivens before May a i ind be ready for Campo ening june g. Halifax a with a fare of 15,-000 pounds of Iii but when she arrived Here the Schooner Ronald George is sure to be High liner this season. For a single trip the Normal catch of halibut is about 33,000 wms to loin tors High officials May urge military pact Tokyo May 9 / it a Domi japanese news Agency said today that Lieut. Gen. Seishiro Itagaki. Minister of War and general Kunsagi Koiso overseas minister told the japanese press they favored conclusion of military agreement with Germany and Italy. Domi guardedly quoted Gen. Itagaki As saying that if Germany desires Quot it will not be impossible Quot for Japan to conclude an agreement similar to the italian Ger Man Accord. Tillie Smith negro indicted Here in 1932 for burglary and grand larceny who has been sought since that time died in the county jail Early sunday from Bullet Wii is received in a gun Battle with Constable Horner Sims at Keystone four Miles South of Camden on thursday night. Smith who first gave his name As that of t. L. Jones of st. , fired five times at Sims after escaping from the City and county it officers who surprised him in South Camden. He ran Down the Railroad tracks and Sims cornered him. Twelve Buckshot struck the negro from the Constable s Shotgun. The negro yesterday admitted i was Smith and had been sought in this county for several years. He also was wanted in Union Dallas and other counties for robberies. Sheriff Edgar Pryor said that the negro died sometime Between Midnight and morning As he was Given a drink of water by a trusty at Midnight. He was found dead in his cell sunday morning. Given Honor Amden teacher made Paauw president in state Little Rock May 8�?mrs. H. A. Thackrey of Camden was elected president of the Arkansas division american of University women at the seventeenth annual state meeting hold saturday at the hotel Marion. Mrs Thackrey who has been serving As state legislative chairman succeeds miss Dorothy a. Yarnell who presided at the convention. Other now state officers elected include mis it Mary Elizabeth greening of Al Dorado first vice president who is n former president of the Al Dorado Branch and Irene Morgan of Bly Thoville second vice president who is president of the Blythe Ville Branch. The slate was presented by the nominating committee chairmen mrs. Harry Shannon of Camden. Members of her Committer were mrs. O. E. Quellmalz of Blythe Ville mrs Ralph Misenheimer of Clarksville miss Mildred ale Wyne of Conway and mrs Fred till of Al Dorado

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