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Camden News (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Camden, Arkansas Temperature temperature for the 24-hour Fried ending at 7 00 . a was High 89, Low 63. River 1.3 feet falling. The Camden news serving the South s Ideal Industrial area volume Xiv number 24 a a coated press Camden Arkansas monday May 20, 1963 a Arkansas partly Cloudy Northwest considerable cloudiness with a few Light showers Imit the cast and cooler today Beconi Huhg. Dear to partly Cloudy and cooler. Tonight tuesday partly Cloudy to Cloudy a Imp Cool with scattered it showers and possible thud do showers. Up a United press International Price so a a a pm Rockefeller to assay chances after political Survey studied by Jack Bell Ilo wait for tin 19 58 cop Noti makes tour of red China Ard v i s to Nev in coir 1 fr0m fro a a a who Ali plagued the Dom British in a a it a of crafts when they nominated Ken a Washington a an Intel "�ofj�11 Manv nor a a Ivo reassessment of the political s rms 0 Lias j so t Republican Dif m .j.ii. Petters honoured following the morning service in st. Johns episcopal Church sunday the members and friends it of the Parish gathered in the Par it House to Honor the Rev. A. Ii. Potter on the occasion of is fifty first Yar in tin ministry it the anglican communion. It Jvn As on Metlakatla Plantf. Just off i he coast or British Columbia that or. Potter took his ordination vows on May 16. 1912. In the lire sonic of 300 indians and one Lite re White Man. Fairview to hold senior program tonight astronaut used scroll for notes Cape canaveral a Gordon Cooper probably never worked harder in space than he did at his news conference sunday turning the Knob of a mechanical reminder. The Fairview High school commencement exercises will to hold on Tate Field tonight beginning y sccms.,Ore were a lot of at 8.00. Eighty three seniors wills no is 1,1 a a tie Box in his hand editors note Richard is a 48 year old Brit. Witt or who has just come out of i red China following a three week British travel Agency tour. Here a his inside report on his first impressions of a country Long barred to . Reporters first of a . My Richard p. Lister peking apr its 7,000 Miles f from London to red China. In 24 i hours you Are Here if you have i $1,340 to spend for a three weeks tour and the chinese accept you. It works out at about 14 cents a mile. Breakfast in London lunch in Moscow where most of t he four hour Stop is spent filling in innumerable Green forms demanded by rampant bureaucracy. One wonders if they Are really friends the russians and the chinese. Who makes this journey delegations of workers and Trade unionists from the communist world \ politicians and technical experts and now the first tiny trickle of tourists. We Are tourists and More important organized tourists. The Agency in London saw to that. Individual tourists can make it with a struggle but the chinese prefer even their tourists to look like a delegation. This group includes a lawyer sex member of the House of com i mens who has written books on dynamite is stolen at Birmingham Birmingham Ala. A -. A a a a i Mikno Ritin arc investigating the what his private Mill Stew Tel int Fly. A roman Catholic three their of a Large amount of Dyna him about the it politic no effect of years ago. Mie several Days Lief re twin his marriage to Divorcee mar Gar-1 ,. Terrorists in new threats of Ottawa bombs touched off negro rioting to a its so a or i a common Mart so a a a a vhf a a quot a marriage has built resistance j can. Divorce and remarriage Are. To his nomination quot can for car in m Rockefeller is a great believer moreover the nations agree r. To Tariff Ottawa apr terrorist threats to bomb Ottawa hotels brought increased Security precautions today As top ranking dip donuts continued arriving in the Canadian capital for the minister Ial meeting of the North Atlantic treaty organization. Among those due in today were Secretary of state Deal British foreign Secretary Home and French foreign Ministeri Maurice Couve de Mur a ��11�� 1,1, Deal Oak the meeting begins wed toy in polls. He also is. Man who women Vole s am tet he m .,1. Atoll Moo Tatasy Iii or i or Mateti plays his politics dose o his s actions might be to it by president krnimlv1 -"1"1. End Lek Houd a a a it a quot Inge a Iju la. Slid but a Viva Day and . For possible use in Birmingham Lim to me same time the six a Vance even to party allies. For example it told sen. Kenneth b. Keating. R-n.y., Only 20 minutes before the ceremony that he was going to be married. Although Rockefeller has made All of the familiar motions of a candidate for the nomination his remarriage after being divorced last year by his wife of 31 years has injected a new element of doubt about his intentions. What Rockefeller a marriage receive their diplomas of Grade a i resume or capsule log Farmer Bayonet from the North of Atlon. The class will present the is sgt voyage. While talking England a retired industrialist prot am. Be would keep cranking the knob5 and his wife and several ener spice that time to hts work of the so new notes would come into Getic old ladies in search of some a Hurch has taken he and his Tomas Gardner Burton is Vale Iview and remind him what came thing of More interest than a Tanily from the Yukon to the Fie Orian of tue class and Cath next Julf coast Ami from the Atlantic ,�?~ Klam Brian is salutatorian. It was sort of a miniature the Pacific oceans a to Public is cordially invited scroll space age edition. To this graduation exercise. The prior to his retirement in 1961.graduation program follows do Kiwi a a Marei a Wei Hooper nans a ?ir.i Myerly ramp Wasner. . Band Honor escorts Gilda Braswell Larry Rogers i i Ramden. Since his retirement it Early every sunday has Moi in a Kunsa i quot invocation Rev. John Miles. Urn ��.tin�. It gently or. And quot Thi is my country Jacobs waking their N.Y.. Choral group. Feime at 225 Harrison Avenue n Presson photo mrs. John Davis died sunday to relax today famous trials a drama critic of has done to its prospects for the a London sunday newspaper Ai nomination and to his chances of beating president Kennedy if the governor should be the gop Standard bearer remain a subject of discussion and disagreement. Senate Republican Leader Everett m. Dirksen of Illinois who has adopted a Neutral stance on the Choice of a nominee said in Beach on Landing Tea was served. Tea is served everywhere in China at All hours of the new mrs. Rockefeller in were on standby at two Alabama european countries demanded campaigning with her husband. Bas it s. A that in return the United states most presidential candidates gov. George c. Wallace who agree of an automatic formula for want their wives along when they has sent about 700 state officers a adjusting gaps Between High go vote gathering. Those without into the City filed suit saturday american tariffs and lower eur wives such As the divorced Adlai e Stevenson in 1952 and 1956, seem to operate at a disadvantage. Roy Milum died at Harrison in an Effort to Block any use of the Federal troops. The president and Wallace met a few hours later at music Shoals in North Alabama at a Tennessee Valley authority anniversary Observance. They talked during a helicopter flight to Blunt Sivile where the president Speke. Quot we discussed things briefly a general agreement on tariffs and a Wallace said later at a news con tides conference marked time Harrison Ark. Apr Roy to mice. Pierre Salinger White quot me common marketers and Wamon Milum 80, who served in House press Secretary said the a the americans cockeyed for Posi the Arkansas Senate longer than discussion was a not . Ronan ones. West German economics minister Ludwig Erhard claimed credit for the new proposal which he said he thought would end the deadlock with the United states. French finance minister Valery Giscard d Estwing said quot it s for the am Ricail to j the fill session of the 73-nation delegates would be blown . It was assumed the threats canc from the Fly Quebec liberation front the underground group that wants to separate French speaking Quebec province from Canada. The Fly has claimed credit for a number of bombing in tin past few months in Montreal so far its violence has been confined to Quebec province. Ottawa is in Ontario and most o the provinces people Are of British descent. Rusk and Many of the nato ministers will be housed at their embassies. To West German foreign minister Gerhard a Droeder arranged a meeting with Canadian foreign now our quot do la gation gets talc is n Over by officialdom. Quoth quot pm la r a quot blow a Var it a of the people which is the Reti by Jules Loii Cape canaveral. Fla. A with two Days of parliament cart Iii behind Mph we re under surveillance not astronaut Gordon Cooper planned because we re cloak and Dagger to do Abro mutely nothing today sex Tyi its Ai ail but because the Chi cent relax. I want to be sure we done to be come a a incidents. Haluta Tonan a foundations of Jott lives Catherine Elaine a bran i a facing reality quot Norman Ray Jones i give me your tired your poor quot Berlin amp Lazarus choral group. While perched atop a rocket set a i -1t Forwar i valedictorian. Quot Faith in the fun to Blasi him into space. In cannot conceal Many a Turey Tnomas Gardner Burton. Asked at a news conference do Lel Dorado spa egad Kaths awards j sunday if he thought his flight a a a ill Lapel Rine Lavania Davis 54 of 70fii in sedation of diplomas Sconci Utard project Mercury Coop it Ana in. Elm st., died at 5 . In an al Dorado Hospital following Short illness. With our guide and an inter a s f. Preter we strike out the next. Is Lse dually the same morning for the Imperial Palace v,1ph taken in private Conversa the forbidden City of Imperial,10ns by sin. Barry Goldwater a Timosh and then to the great Hall am. Regarded As a rival of tin governor for the nomination. Goldwater has told friends he thinks if the election were this Vear the remarriage might damage Rockefeller a chances. But he has said he thinks the Issue will he eclipsed in 19g4. a some Phinit Limi i Namno �111 ii . But eclipse i Jau to. By to a Man Wirock a do Toffik a ,�1 Wischt a is quot a r Hiu perched a tan n to Eft a show u., what fhe it choose to Snow Conn. Who managed Kennedy a primitive dwellings agricultural mrs. Davis was Ifni March 20, 11909 in Kansas City. Mo., and was the daughter of . And Lomice Ayres Reynolds of Camden. Mrs. Davis had lived in al do Prado since 1924 and was a Mem it or the first Christian Church. Survivors include her husband. Ijohn n. Davis of al Dorado two Isons John n. Davis or. Of Shreve Jairt and Wiliaim Thornton a Lavis of Baytown Tex two a daughters mrs. Jimmy Atkinson land miss i Ora k. Davis both of Jel Dorado of it sister mrs. Grab Lam May of Houston Tex. And five grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 . Monday at the first Christian Church with tin Rev. Sam Shepperson and judge Claude love officiating. A a Lurial followed in the Greenwood cemetery at Camden with Rumph mortuary in charge. Rail talks to resume spaceman s trip study of Many contrasts by John Barbour associated press science writer than he tossed the question to or. Robert c Seamans associate administrator of the National aeronautics and space administration. Quot vye Are faced with a decision in tin next week or so on another Mercury flight quot Seamans said but said it is quite unlikely another my Reuy manned Mission possible though to avoid concluding that the people All seemed to be the same purposeful contented reasonable Calm. Nobody begged Nola Jay stole. No one looked hungry and if Here and there a citizen was wearing Little belter than rags the rags were carefully stitched and darned and patched. B1 conducted. 11 Cei Ninov there is government a the longer you keep Mercury 1,11 Cash canaveral a. A pmonm>1 Wor Felong on Mercury a i party astronaut Gordon Cooper is Fli Milfs to ,on�?zp1. You delay put Iciphene quot l tale of a his whirlwind world Tim he on the gemini pro a 1n�?~lu s a study in contrasts i Sajtl and Alx eau Ebony today Washington a the rail i a it we and five Oiw rating unions heading Lihe urgent request of president Kennedy resume bargaining today in to liar Long fight Over work rules. 1/ no agreements reached before june 12, Only new legislation per a Dink for either compulsory arbitration or government seizure of the Rai roads can Block a nationwide rail strike. I a emergency Board a provided the basis new negotiations in a report to the president last week. A a nned. In making the report pubic said a there s no time to be Losi for Conn Elin let their agreement in this critical disnute. If Simale depend Renee Viust be upon Timeir own efforts she my a Issue in the Battle Over of the Raih of ids Call a Feather bedding quot is the Fate of 40.000 firemen on freight and Vard of a a Ains. A commission Las vein a Munsod the of the fobs of Hgt a it it of Jim men in Eli min ted a a 13 000 loud sign nine lev Niff a it in Ltd f he a Itil if. Olaf a a j>7 Nurt lol s l quot no i Filimon Irrl it a retire die or move to other jobs space tour is he saw the Bamboo curtained ,Jav the iconic oklahoman heart Rcd China. He nearly j win a a no a of in Grin will receive thu National aeronaut and space administrations Distin ru.4hh1 service medal from president Kennedy at a ceremony in the time House Rose Garden. Then lie will address a joint session of Congress and the following Day will go to new York for a ticker tape Parade. Today Cooper plans Only to rest from the one predictable after effect of his 34-hour cosmic adventure an Onrush of adulation from an admiring populace. His latest taste of it was a Homey and Heartfelt Welcome by the Peop cof Cocoa Beach who turned out sunday along a or Milf a stretch of Sun drenched Highway and waved flags and Bunting and Beach towels and hollered a Well done it was one of the largest crowds Ever assembled in this Neon Light id Sand spit which the astronauts Call their Home away from Home. The astronaut accepted t h e plaudits from an open car waving and grinning his now famous Grin. Beside him was his wife Trudy. Two cars behind were their daughters Camala 14, and Warnta 13, smiling in teenage embarrassment. Saw Liis own Home hidden by Trees m Houston Tex. He Law things As colossal As the Lix Talatas and things. As puny As houses in India trucks a boat a train. He awoke startled from his space sleep forgetting for a moment where he was. Yet he had the greatest presence of mind in flying his spacecraft Back to Earth through tin roasting and dangerous moments of re entry. Bit somehow in the telling at sundays news conference in Coopers own relaxed and Light style it All seemed to come out the same. The first signal of trouble with his automatic Pilot was the flashing Green of a warning Light. A i thought maybe at first id just ignore it but 1 decided maybe i better not quot he said a i w As afraid it go away. A i found that the re entry into the Earth a denser atmosphere w As easier on the first portion than what we had been practising in procedures Trainer with the compute is. Everything went very Well on with the Calm diagnostic tones of an Engineer lie measured the preciseness of each element of his flight. Occasionally his humor caught the situation. Singers to meet at Magnolia Church the ouachita county tuesday night singing club will meet tuesday May 21 at 7 30 . At t he Assembly of god Church in Magnolia. This is the second of a series of Motel Iris to to head in other governors Frog loses Angels Camp Calif. A the traveler the King sized Frog entered by gov. Orval e. Faubus of Arkansas in the Calaveras county Frog contest got off three Pukiy leaps sunday and finished Fai Back in the Field. Traveler measures 19 inches from nose to toes. Officials said it was the largest Frog they had seen in Many years. Repo who emerged from a Slough trained on liver and Vitamin pills and once lived in an old dignified and above sure. None of in our a a delegation quot Felt we possessed this chinese Quality. Mrs. Virginia Thompson died saturday mrs. Virginia Ann Walsh Thompson. Ageel 73 of 2g38 t. Holly Road widow of Harry f. Thompson died at her Home al 7 30 . Sunday. Mrs. Tipson was a native of Clark county. She had lived in Camden for 21 or a and was a member of the Fairview methodist Church. She is survived by one son or. John p. Thompson of Little Rock two daughters miss Pauline Thompson of Camden and mrs. George of Shane of Shaikum Washington two Brothers . Walsh of Arkadelphia. And Tom Walsh of Delight and by five grandchildren. Funeral services were at 11 00 Jones Jack copies a. K. Smith and Ernest Roberts. Successful 1960 convention bid Foi the democratic nomination came with a Democratis slant. Ribicoff Asid he thinks Rocke a of t ants Fairview band led Parade at Cotton carnival counties. The club will hold its refrigerator won the jumping Eon a tune Lei meeting in a Mackover. A test with a distance of 13 feet 4 t. T. Urey president will pre a inches on three Hope s. The traveler managed Only two everyone is invited. A v Titt. \ sleepy but very proud group of youngsters arrived Back in Camden Early sunday morning from to 1903 Cotton carnival they As Well As their school and the City of Camden can justly be proud. The Cotlon carnival Parade of finals Haa selected them As the Lead band to Lead the pre Parade for the giant grand Parade that closed the 1903 Cotton Carni Val. The pre Parade was composed of seven top marching units most of whom were from colleges that paraded ahead of t he main Parade which alternated bands and floats. They were also in the pre Parade for the annual child tends Parade on Friday in which Over 10,000 children paraded for thousands of viewers or. Coleman f. Stoltz. Music director for the Cotton carnival personally paid the band some very High compliments on their musicianship showmanship and Beautiful uniforms. He thanked the band for their outstanding conduct Foi the past seven years while at Memphis and cited their reports of conduct in hotels As being unexcelled for Good Man Nurs. Or. Stoltz and other carnival officials attended the concert in the Park played by the Fairview band on Friday afternoon and Welo pleased with the level. Of musicianship shown by the Stu . Monday at the Proctor poll dents neral Chapel conducted by Revi a John Miles. Burial was in bother i the Cardina s played the Eonda Como Ory casket bearers were Cert 111 the Paik and so even Short Rinvil. Milum t i of Gran Marcel concerts that were Well mlle no no it quot received by the Large crowds of people that literally swarmed around them to watch and hear one of the concerts was by invitation played in the lobby of hotel Peabody where t hey asked the band to return and play again saturday but time did not permit it. Amanda Tate assistant drum major to Patty Clemons led the band this year. Patty did not make the trip because of a Throat and lung infection to student steering committee headed by band Captain Chari sey Andres planned and carried a a. Maui ice Brasseau belgian nun .,1 or in collision sunday j a sir 0j foreign Trade conveyed. Y �?z�?zi.,. Re m a a vice Suim i it lives and upped the Market groups decision to a is Vito . Mis. May end death toll for the state Lon list ill a. It Tor president Steid of Point Lookout to. I,4 f Lyhl week welded at Miami it Jav negotiator at the grandchildren and eight grand sur Tjay a it a talks. The talks wind Rand children., j John Medley 51, of near Moun to slav funeral will be tuesday at 2 Tahl was Kulk a in the . At the wreck. Houston Pitchford 47. Also Church in Harrison. Quot Kornj a of near Mountain Home died scythe state legislature will be Nonor a. Wui. Ater in a Mountain Arv pallbearers. J Home Hospital. Pitchford was a passent r in the Medley car. The wreck occurred about two Miles Southwest of Mountain Cloaie on . Highway fi2. State trooper Bill Manes said Medley s car and a car driven by James Kirkland 25, of Flippin collided Hea i on. Missing Jan Sullenberger age 17 height 5�?T2�?� hair it. Brown Short eyes Green build Stocky reported missing saturday morning believed to have been in route to Hampton or West Texas any information notify chief Cole local police or Arkansas stale police. Anyone else died sunday at a Wallace maintains that state i chairman Hans Shaffner i new Kinin the Genn made Clear Harrison Hospital after a Long ill and local authorities Are keepings Switzerland called off an after Mommy. Inc Oerman maae cider Ness. The peace in Birmingham and Cani of on meeting but agreed to pre Milur. Often was Calko a the Dean put Down and disorders that might a Side at a special evening session of the Senate. He served from 1923 . Of a he disputing sides to 194a and returned in 1953 and f no of the leaders of the Desel of tiie situation is that served until his retirement last r ,alj0 am Pajgin the Rev. By ministers of the common Market year. 10ftl Alt Tec Walker contended in a j countries a France West Ger a native of level Hill and a i904j Alk to washing Lon rally that Many Italy the Netherlands Bel graduate of the University of Arja Jama troopers Are trying to -1s n and Luxem Surg a insist Kansas. Milum sponsored Legisla a a pc a a roes a a riot through in in reductions in individual . Tion for uie University other state Tim Dapon my agitation quot a tariffs they considered too High colleges and the Arkansas schools to. In. Integration Pil Imi equal percentage cuts from. Baltimore Post a both sides with a goal of slashes county to the state Highway l Moore. The group As High As 50 per cent. It wants system. A included actress Madeleine sit a it it open a Ormal bargaining ses Milum was a prominent Stock v re Ous May 6, 1904. A common Market official said for Thi deaf and n Noil East Alabama 11 for As is Aki eed general cuts. Mlle want arrested for attempt a /. The . Delegation has insisted i nun Road Bill passed 1957. Added in. To 12 Miles from each county to the state Highway win i a Holder in hardware Thev were charge in with breath Ris a. Fort Smith and Van a vice president of the of Ptack he citizens Bank of Harrison and the Bank of Lvcy. Owner of a mercantile store at Valley Springs in official of the Farmers Bank and owner of 3,000 to 4.000 acres of Farmland. Survivors include three sons William James Milum and Roy w j b y the associated press or. Both of Harrison and a John c. Milum postmaster Arkansas death list hiked no Date Toulu be fixed for bar gaining talks until the United state and the Trade bloc agree on an approach. He said the common Market would agree to a Date if the United states consents to handle the High Tariff problem on the same level As its i proposals for across the Board Cut Fred Launius died in Little Rock Fred Launius aged 03 of Eagle Mills died in a Little Rock Hospital at 9 15 . Saturday. Or. Launius lived All of his me in ouachita and Dallas counties lie was a Veteran of world War ii and was a methodist. Lie is survived by his wife mrs. Lois Hopkins Launius one son Charles Edwin Launius of Eagle Mills three Brothers Bert Launius and Jim Launius both of Camden and William Launius of san Francisco Calif. One sister mrs. Georgia Jenkins of Camden. Funeral services will be at 3 00 . Tuesday at the Holly Springs methodist Church conducted by that he we a Back the proposal to set a new nato command Structure to handle National. Nuclear units in the Alliance and to coordinate their operations. A a Germany supports the regrouping of a part of the Alliance s nuclear capability under discus Sion a a he said. Quot we believe that such cooperation will mean Progress in handling the difficult task of nuclear Rusk is to see Martin tuesday. He also will Confer with other delegates in Advance of the nato meeting. Diplomatic sources said there is Little doubt that the 15 nato countries will approve the new nuclear command. Rev. Robert ii. Jackson and Rev in Aid the car was driven by James Jewell Murry. Burial will be ini11 Burns. 21. Also of Little Hock he Holly Springs cemetery by 1 Weaver said it collided with a car Proctor funeral Home. I it Hiya by Leslie l. Bryant 2s, of casket bearers Are. Brad lev i i by cd Bert. Homer Jones and Jess Wil i. Vivant a quot a urls we re li0si it ii and Bill Smead of Camden. Kennedy s Jet sets Speed Mark arts Center at . Dedicated Little Rock a a dream born in 1927 became a reality in Little Rock saturday with the dedication of the new Arkansas arts Center. Dedication ceremonies highlighted a week of activities at the Multi million Dollar Structure. Art enthusiasts and dignitaries from the Art world were on hand for the dedication. Little Rock mayor Byron Morse presented a plaque to the Fine arts club of Arkansas. Morse said the club a lit t he first Candle in 1927 when it was founded to further cultural interest in the state and to Start a permanent collection of Ait for a future among the notables who have worked for the construction of the Art Center Are or and mrs. Win Throp Rockefeller who personally toured the state and raised $800,-00ft for Che project. The Rockefeller also contribute a financially toward construction of the Center. Mason elected to itt Post new York special a the designation of , Mason As Presl Dent and general manager of itt Kellogg telecommunications division was announced today by John j. Graham International Telephone and Telegraph corporation vice president and area Gein Cral Ranager itt North Africa. In his new position. Or. Mason will head the itt Kellogg Tele i communications division which includes the telecommunications Jand to admission manufacturing operations. He will report to w a Creesman. Group manager itt Teh commune canons harm Ltd >11 Ason e0mes to itt Fatm hit i i ii ill Bechtelheime Canadian Westinghouse co., Ltd. Who was 1 Jimj he held various manager n on saturday. Cheryl who a positions in that company s i to i ii hum a group of eight a engineering Quality control and daughter Oft Energy Depatt Menti Slect mrs. Janies Lipchu theimer 1952, he was named manager of Rait. V this month Freinik the Westinghouse switchgear a land a id i my Kensinger is. Old Init i Alrh school. Control division in hi59, a position Kirk Ianc was alone in his car. He was hospitalized in fair condition at Mountain Home. J also injured in the Medley Cai were medleys wife Mildred 42 Pite Hford a wife. Hazel 49 and. Mis. Ethel sales 65. Traffic accidents saturday at Newport Little Rock and near me Genee claimed a total of three lives. Dwight Harl sell 19, of Little Rock was killed sati Utlay night when the air in which he was rid ing went out of control on a curve at stale Highway 10 about 14 Miles we is of Little Rock. State trooper Floyd Wear was Filkil and five others injured in a t Rcv car mashup on the outskirts of Kelso near Mcgehee saturday night. Critically injured were Tommy Ellis 17, of Dermot Lester me Ganv about 20, of Kelso and Moscow apr president Ken Lawi knee Forlen Pierry 54, of Kel Netty a so it t Airliner has set a Speed of. san ii la Inin red were record for a Washington to mos Linda and Carolyn Morgan of cow flight answering soviet Kelso step daughters of Forten la iils that no american aircraft Berry. Could make the 5,004-mile trip police said Ellis was Drivie a without slopping. A car Mack beavers a truck and. A a Kennedy s personal Pilot col. L a or Tenev Rry another car. Beavers Janies 15, Swindal of Birmingham was not injured 1 al a Ala., landed the Boeing 70.7 Hen sunday after a flight of s hours Newport was killed in a head on a it cond went to Lana John-38 mimics 42 seconds. He said collision saturday near the .11 daughter of or. And mrs the Only other �7 overpass North 0i a Johnson and third was cow nonstop flight he knew of w As Newport. Larry Hunter 18. Of Judy Batchelor daughter of or. Soviet flight which took 12 Swifton was injured and Hospital a and mrs Pete Batchelor. He has held for the past years. Four . Ark. A Ham hours. Izui at Newport. I a Large crowd saw the Parade by a will have an Industry the piano brought Glenn t. Soa a a Iso during the week six Otho and contest at sanely Beach Park. I n�?~ci�t.nu Dav thursday Honor., abort chairman of the atomic persons tried in traffic accidents. A these events formally opened Liei re three new industries and an out a Busy schedule that included Energy commission and nine a one was crushed in the cab of Atli i. Boating season on the Oua a Nfn of or air Nannie in to a visit in the big i Layla if on Atli i . Officials for an sex truck when machinery fell on him Evita River j Hie a i i will include ours of the Highway 70 last of Memphis change visit to the soviet Union and two suffocated in an ice Box. Photo by Bracken l0 v fati>uie8 and a supper

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