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Camden News (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Camden, ArkansasTemperature temperature for the 24-hour a Rod ending m 700 . play was High 89, Low 03. River feel falling. The Camden news serving the South s Ideal Industrial area volume Xiv a number 24 apr associated ass Camden Arkansas monday May 20, 1963 up a United press International Arkansas partly Northwest considerable cloudiness., with a few Light showers smut Rcv East and con or today becoming a Clear to partly Cloudy and cooler. Tonight tuesday partly Cloudy to Cloudy a my Cool with scattered lii it showers and possible thundershowers. N editors note Richard is a 48 year old Rockefeller to assay chances after political Survey studied British writer makes tour of red China . ����?oc5sjjj�oj a Al he no tuns from from that which plagued the Dorn British a Accra is when they nominated Ken by Jack Kell to wait for the 19 58 gop Noti Washington air a intent Jan Sive reassessment of the ��liticai1 governor s marriage has i a served to so get Republican Dif dynamite is stolen at Birmingham Birmingham Ala. Apr i Tifi when a a 1�� ath Noril a Are investigating Thoi . V. 0 a Whyl his Rivau Leiste a Tel . A Homan Catholic three i hit of a Large amount of Dana la aleut the political Eifert fyn ars ago. . Petters honoured following the morning service 1 st Johns episcopal Church a unday. The members and friends the Parish gathered the Par a House to Honor the Rev. W. 11. Petter the occasion of is fifty first year tin ministry it tin anglican communion. It Vas Metlakatla Island. Just off coast of British Columbia Fairview to hold senior program tonight astronaut used scroll for notes Cape canaveral it a Gordon Cooper probably never worked harder space than he did at his news conference Sun a a. Day turning the Knob of a Mech to f a Arview High school com animal reminder me Cement exercises will to held British travel Agency tour. Here s his inside report his first impressions of a country Long barred to . Reporters first of a series. My Richard p. Lister peking a it s 7,000 Miles from London to Rod China. 24 i hours you Are Here if you have $1,340 to spend for a three weeks tour a and the chinese accept you. R works out at about 14 Cenis a mile. Breakfast London lunch Moscow where most of t he four hour Stop is spent filling 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 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 his marriage to Divorcee Margar j v terrorists new threats of Ottawa bombs a a a shas been trying to build up his it Quot i a v at this image As a regular nubile a a a it a a a a a if the indications Are that mis image As a regular it Public a marriage has built up resistance Jean divorce and remarriage Are 11,11 Quot Usu common Mart nations agree Mun, Tariff cuts Rockefeller is a great believer a polls. He also is a Man who plays his politics close to his Vest Seldom confiding his plans add Vance even to party allies. For example i told sen. Kenneth b. Keating. R.y., Only 20 minutes Befort 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. A a mens who has written books oni what Rockefeller a marriage hat or. Petter took his online Tate Field tonight beginning 11 Swanis there were a lot of famous trials a drama critic of has done to is prospects for the Prosi would keep cranking the Knob and his wife and several Oner since that time the work of thei so new notes would come into Getic old ladies search of some Hureh has taken he and his1 Quot Nomas Gardner Burton is Vale View and remind him what panic thing of More interest than a Amily from the Yukon to the Rte Tonan Oit us Tass it Cath next. 5ulf coast Ami from the Atlantic Erin Elaine Brian is salutatorian. It was sort of a miniature the Pacific. Oceans i �1k Public is cordially invited scroll space age edition to this graduation exercise. The prior to his retirement 1861.1 graduation program follows Sqq pop pads Vir. Petter was for fourteen years. He Rector of st. John s churdi5mkinu. Pc ? Ramdon since Hie a ftps Meyerbeer amp Wagner , band 1 m he re rpm nil Honor escorts Tikia Braswell Arlo every sunday has been i Quot t Kwh v m Quot a oct st lug. John Miles. A a r a a a we a Tel iras Point at 22j Harrison Avenue a a w Pressoir photo foundations of Cau Murtrie Elaine salutatorian i Ott lives Quot a Brtan i a facing reality Quot Norman Ray Jjones give me your tired your poor Quot Berlin amp Lazarus choral i group. J valedictorian. Quot Faith the future Tnomas Gardner Burton. Al Dorado special Kath awards Rine Lavania Davis 54 of 70� presentation of diplomas e. Elm st., died at 5 pm. Sunday a . Rev b t Garner Al Dorado Hospital following he Nunal March k Mendels Slort illness soon band mrs. John Davis died sunday to relax today by Jules Lou Cape canaveral. Fla. A Beach Landing Tea was served. Tea is served everywhere China at All hours Standard bearer remain a subject of discussion and Diragi went. Senate Republican Leader Everett m. Dirksen of Illinois who has adopted a Neutral stance the Choice of a nominee said ko7 our gets of Over by officialdom. A a i 0vcr a with our guide and inter. ,. Preter we strike out the next. Is is Sintia 1 to the same morning for the Imperial Palace a i 1 no ii Conversa the forbidden City of ,10ns by sin. Barry Goldwater a tin a and then to the great Hall am., regarded As a rival of tin of the people which is the red governor for the nomination. With two Davs of examinations j chinese parliament. Goldwater has told friends he by hand him a we re under surveillance not thinks if the election were this astronaut Gordon Cooper planned because we re cloak and Dagger Vear the remarriage might dam to do Abro mutely nothing today exp Sai All but because the Chi age Rockefeller a chances. But he cent relax. J Nese want to be sure we done to be a has said he thinks the Issue will comp a incidents Quot. Be eclipsed 19g4. Easy to a Man who can doze off through All., this the chinese s it a. Abraham a. Ribicoff. Ottawa apr terrorist threats to bomb Ottawa hotels brought increased Security re. J cautions today As top ranking dip i donuts continued arriving Quot the j Canadian capital for the minister Ial meeting of the North Atlantic treaty organization. Today were state Deai Secretary foreign de Mur begins wednesday Recel Vedan during the week end saying hotels housing nato women error by the vivacity and attract Ivene of the new campaigning Wei her Nus Ana. Oass. A mat return the unit etl states j came from the Fly Quebec lib most presidential candidates gov. George c. Wallace who a Quot fee to automatic formula Forl ration front the underground want their wives along when they has sent about 700 state officers a adjusting gaps be town High j group that wants to separate go vote gathering. Those without into the City filed suit saturday american tariffs and lower eur i Fruich speaking Quebec province Ity and attractiveness for possible use brim Roham. But at the same time the six delegates would be blown us. 1�?Tl a standby at two Alabama Kurc Pun demanded was assumed the threats with her husband. Basis. A that return the unit etl states came from the Flo Quebec lib wives such As the divorced Adlai e Stevenson 1952 and 1956. Seem to operate at a disadvantage. R.Y.Milum died at Harrison Effort to Block any use of rope ones. The Federal troops the president and Wallace met a few hours later at music Shoals North Alabama at a Tennessee Valley authority anniversary Observance. They talked during a helicopter flight to Piunt Sivile where the president spoke. A two discussed things briefly a w idl act said later at a news con from Canada. The Fly has West German economics min cd aimed credit for a number of ister Ludwig Erhard claimed Ere bombing tin past few months Dit for the new proposal which he Montreal so far its violence said he thought would end the Las been confined to Quebec prov deadlock with the United states knee. Ottawa is Ontario and most o the provinces people Are of British descent. Rusk and Many of the nato ministers will be housed at their French finance minister Valery Giscard Deestaing said Quot it s for the am air air to the full session of the 73-nation general agreement tariffs and a embassies. Trades conference marked time West German foreign minister Harrison Ark. Apr Roy Ferenee Pierre Salinger White bile the common marketers and Gerhard a Droeder arranged a Wamon Milum i?0, who served House press Secretary said the tax americans cockeyed for Posi m it Long with Canadian feb reign the Arkansas Senate longer than discussion was a not ,Hon. Secretary Paul Martin for this anyone Eise died sunday at a Wallace maintains that state chairman ii ans Schaffner Quinin nans Akua Unur a ni0rr.inp the German made Clear Harrison Hospital after a Long ill ail local authorities Are keeping a Tow Laid Ciu cd off after that he mall Back the proposal to Ness. The peace Birmingham and meeting but agreed to Prema Milum often was called the Dean it Down and disorders that might j Side at a special evening session of the Senate. He served from 1923 i m. I. Of the disputing sides to 194a and returned 1953 and a i a it is 0f a jeke2. Pm of the situation is that relation Campaign the Rev. By ministers of the common Market Ait tee Walker contended a countrie., France West Ger talk at set up a new nato command Structure to handle National nuclear units the Alliance and to coordinate their operations. A a Germany supports the regrouping of a part of the Alliance s mrs. Davis was bom March 20, 11909 Kansas City. Mo., and was a the daughter of . And Lomice Ayres Reynolds of Caine to. Mrs. Davis had lived Al do Rado since 1924 and was a member or the first Christian Church survivors include her husband John. Davis of Al Dorado two sons. John. Davis or. Of Shine and Wiliaim Thornton a Favis of Baytown Tex two daughters mrs. Jimmy Atkinson and miss i Ora k. Davis both of Al Dorado of it sister or. Graham May of Houston Tex and five grandchildren. Funeral services were Hekl at 2 . Monday at the first Christian Church with the Rev. Sam Shepperson and judge Claude love officiating. A a a trial followed the Greenwood cemetery at Camden with Rumph mortuary i charge. Rail talks to resume today Washington a the rail i a it we and five operating unions heeding uie urgent request of president Kennedy resume bargaining today to liar Long fight Over work rules. 1/ no agreements reached be Rutx june 12, Only new legislation per a Dink for either compulsory arbitration or government seizure of the Rai Mads Ean Block a nationwide rail strike. A emergency Board provided the basis new negotiations a report to the president last week. To it nned. making the report pubic said a there s no time to be lost for conto elin�7 their agreement this critical Dimito. Tin ultimate dependence must be upon their own efforts she Kev Issue the tie Over a it the Raih teds Call a Feather Bedel not Quot to a he Fate of 40.000 firemen freight and Vard trains a presidential commission Law it vein it Ongsod Fht the Tenhs of i it it Rof i Emen la it >1imhvte/l-nv> he 3 000 Tow her Init ii Nifgi Ivill r i Pil Quot i nil i a it Tuli it Tehfe nil pm othe 000 belts i it Quot no i Iti lii re Al h a Quot retire die or move to other jobs spaceman s trip study of Many contrasts by John Barbour associated press science writer c , perched hop a to Bias him into space. Lev a i a s asked at a news conference act a Welling a sunday if he thought his flight1 crf�?Tw0�?~ i conc Utard project Mercury Coop and Al la / fun it Sinak or or replied that it was his personal1 Ink ods % us urfa a inf a a Lopinson Itiat great gain would a Quot a ully a la acne from extended Mercury swing a a b us toward peking it was impossible though to avoid concluding that the people All seemed to be the same purposeful contented reasonable Calm. Nobody begged a Olidy 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. Flight. Then he tossed the question to or. Role it c Seamans associate administrator of the National aeronautics and space administration. Ave Are faced with a decision tin next week or so another Mercury flight a Seamans said but said it is quite unlikely another Merciny manned Mission will be conducted conn., who managed Kennedy s successful 1960 convention bid Foi the democratic nomination came up with a Democratis slant. Ribicoff Asid he thinks Rockefeller already has concluded from his private polls that he can to beat Kennedy 1964 and wants space tour he saw the Bamboo curtained j tuesday the laconic oklahoman heart of Rod China. He nearly a Ujj the Luek finn Grin will receive tin National aeronaut us and space administrations Distin gtf.,-hed service medal from president Kennedy at a ceremony the White House Rose Garden. Then lie will address a joint session of Congress and the following Day will to 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 Onrush of adulation from 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 Mil 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 this Neon Light i gtd Sand spit which the astronauts Call their Home away from Home. The astronaut accepted t h e plaudits from open car waving and grinning his now famous Grin. Beside him was his wife to Udy. Two cars behind were their daughters Camala 14, and Warnta 13, smiling teenage saw his own Home hidden by Trees Houston Tex. He Law things As colossal As the ii Talatas and things. As puny As houses 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 Fly info his spacecraft Back to Earth through us roasting and dangerous moments of re entry. Bit somehow the telling at sundays news conference 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 i decided maybe i Betti not a he said a i w As afraid it would t go away. �?~�?�1 found that the re entry into the Earth a denser atmosphere was easier the first portion than what we had been practising procedures Trainer with the compute is. Everything went very Well with the Calin Dianos c of ment. Of Engineer lie measured m precise Ness 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 Magnolia. This is the second of a series of meet to to hell other counties the Chib will hold its june Lei meeting Smackover. Governors Frog loses Angels Camp Calif. A the traveler the King sized Frog entered by gov. Orval e. Faubus of Arkansas the Calaveras county Frog contest got off three puny leaps sunday and finished Fai Back the Field. Traveler measures 19 inches from nose to toes. Officials said it was the largest Frog they had seen Many years. Repo who emerged from a Slough trained liver and Vitamin pills and once lived old refrigerator won the jumping congest with a Dibianco of 13 feet 4 t. T. Urey president will pre a inches three Hopes thu traveler managed Only two everyone is invited. A v feet. Ure. None of us our a Adele a Tiou Felt we possessed this chinese Quality. Mrs. Virginia Thompson died saturday mrs. Virginia Ann Walsh Thompson aged 73 of 2638 t. Holly Hoad widow of Harry f. Thompson died at her Home at 7 30 . Sunday. Mrs. To Quot i son was a native of Clark county. She had lived Camden for 21 scr 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 Patline Thompson of Camden and mrs. George o Shane of Sal Kunt Washington two Brothers . Walsh of Arkadelphia and Tom Walsh of Delight and by five grandchildren. Funeral services were at la 00j Fairview band led Parade at Cotton carnival \ sleepy but very proud group of youngsters arrived Back Camden Early sunday morning from the 1903 Cotton carnival they As Well As their school and the City of Camden can justly be proud. The Cotton carnival Parade officials two selected them As the Lead band to Lead the pre Parade for the giant grand Parade that closed the 1903 Cotton carnival. The pro 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 the pre Parade for the annual child rents Parade Friday 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 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 hotels As being 11110x00111x1 for Good Man Nurs. Or. Stoltz and other carnival officials attended the concert the Park played by the Fairview band Friday afternoon and w Oie pleased with the level of musicianship shown by the Stu William James Milum and Roy y tale associated press 1 jr., both of Hanson. And Usu. Ear col isl m Suil Lay ? 11�?o is John c. Milum postmaster a a a a claimed tvo lives and upped the l Market m a decision to i i inv to nine it for the state iof Istian a. Heiler. President Reid of Point for the week ended at Midnight Ken Tiv s chief negotiator at the grandchildren and us uht a Rand by a it talks. The talks wind up Rand children. ,. J John Medley 51, of near Mono tuesday funeral will be tuesday at 2 Tam h he was Lih. . At the 1 first wreck. Houston Pitchford 47. Also Church m Harrison. Kornj a of near Mountain Home died Sev the state legislature will be Honor-i0ui,. Jat i. a lot stain Arv pallbearers. A Home Hospital. Pitchford was a passent r the Medley ear. The wreck occurred about two Miles Southwest of Mountain Home . Highway fi2. State trooper Bill Manes said medleys ear and a car driven by James Kirkland 25, of Flippin collided head of. Missing . Monday at the Proctor fun i neral Chapel conducted by Revi a a John Miles. Burial was Bethe a Tjie cardinals played the con a Ceme Ery. Casket Bowers Wei Vej cer 111 the Park and so even Short Dovle Milner. My go Iez re or reel concerts that were Well to inc a v Emithm Elva i Tell a crowds of Iii Ivin i i Iii i a people that literally swarmed and finest Robe its. Around them to watch and Hoar. One of the concerts was by invitation played the lobby of hotel Peabody where they 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 out a Busy schedule that included a Jan Sullenberger age 17 height 5�?T2 a hair it. Brown Short eyes Green build Stocky reported missing saturday morning. Believed to have been route to Hampton or West Texas any information notify chief Cole local police or Arkansas state police served until his retirement last year. A naive of Lead Hill and a 1904 Asb Jonoton rally that Many Italy the Netherlands. Bel a nue Icar capability under discus graduate of the University of a 1jiama troopers Are try Lam to anti Luxembourg a insist Sion a inc said. Quot we believe that Kansas. Milum sponsored Legisla it Oes to riot the Torii individual . Tion for tic University other state ill at and agitation. A tariffs they considered too High colleges and the Arkansas schools Mabama. 11 Woli As Agre etl general for the it of and Boito. S0i1i w,.n. Arrested for attempt my the . Delegation has insisted the minium Road Bui. Passed v Ieti the integration pit Qiu percentage cuts from 1957, added 10. To 12 Miles from Raj n1/ 0f s Baltimore pot la it Ali sides with a goal of slashes each county to the state Highway Juara Moore. The group As High As 50 per cent. It wants system. Ii i Deu actress Madeleine shr a a a Pihi a Ormal bargaining pcs Miluin was a prominent Stock u 0 j Holder hardware stores at Harth a Heri Are Eil with breach is Ltd. Fort Smith and Bui i. Peace he a vice president of the cd Quot citizens Bank of Harrison and the Bank of Olvey. Owner of a a Henri a mercantile store at Valley Springs. l/6qtll m official of the Farmers Bank and owner of 3,000 to 4.000 acres of Farmland. Survivors include three sons. Such cooperation will mean Progress handling the difficult task of nuclear Rusk is to see Martin tuesday. He also will Confer with other delegates Advance of the nato meeting. Diplomatic sources said there is list hiked May 6, 1904. I Little doubt that the 15 nato a common Market official Saidi will approve the new no no Date could be fixed for bar Clear command Giuin talks until the United state and the Trade bloc Ajo i of approach. He said the common Market would agree to a Date if tile United states consents to handle the High Tariff problem the same level As its Fred Launius died Little Rock Fred Launius aged 03 of Eagle Mills died �1 Little Hock Hospital at 9 15 . Saturday. Or. Launius lived All of his me ouachita and Dallas counties lie was a Veteran of world War ii and was a methodist. He 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 Kirk Ianc was alone his car. Lie was hospitalized fair condition at Mountain Home. J also injured the Medley Eai were medleys wife Mildred 42 Pite Hford a wife. Hazel 49 Ana. Mis. Ethel sales 65. I traffic accidents saturday at Newport Little Hock and near me claimed a total of three lives. Dwight Hartsell 19, of Little Rock was killed sat Imlay night when the car which he was rid ing went out of control a curve at state Highway 10 about 14 Miles West of Little Rock. State trooper Floyd Wear t Rev. Robert ii. Jackson and Rev j a Aid the car was driven by James Jewell Murry. Burial will be ini11 huits 21 also or l it Lka Ltd k 1 he Proctor a a Wirry. Minai win 00 in11 e Holly Springs cemetery by said it collided with a car a actor funeral Home. Driven by Leslie l. Bryant it of casket hearers Are Bradley gi1-Bert. Homer Jones and Williams of Bearden Allen Green of Chidester. And Grover Linebarier and Bill Smead of Camden. Kennedy s Jet sets Speed Mark lit lie Hock Bryant and Burns were hospitalized at Little Rock. Robe i Mcgathy of Kelso was killed and five others injured a Force ear mashup the outskirts of Kelso near Mcgehee i saturday night. Critically injured were Tommy Ellis 17, of Dermott Lester me Gathy about 20, of Kelso and Moscow apr president Ken Lawi Enie Fortenberry 54, of Kel Nedys a it t Airliner has set a spelt Ltd less seriously injured were record for a Washington to to Linda and Carolyn Morgan of cow flight answering arts Center at . Dedicated Little Rock a a dream born 1927 became a reality 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 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 the first Candle 1927 when it was founded to further cultural interest 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,-000 for Che project. The Rockefeller also contributed financially toward construction of the Center. Mason elected to itt Post new York special a the designation of , Mason As president and general manager of itt Kellogg telecommunications division was announced today by John j. Graham International Telephone and Telegraph corporation vice president and area general manager itt North Africa. his new position. Or. Mason will head the tit Kellogg telecommunications division which includes the telecommunications and transmission manufacturing operations. He will report to w. J. Check Man. Group manager itt i,.��-.�to la communications Hlin l by h1lliieimer Mason comes to itt for 1 is miss Teryl Beeh Selheim Canadian Westinghouse co., Ltd View a a Iso step. Daughters of Forten a l 1lli Loal where he held various manager to urls that no american aircraft , a Quot a rum a a -�lia1 Posluns hat cd Manv could make t he without Stoppen 5,c04-mile trip i police said Lillis was Drivie a car matk beavers a truck and Eai Fli it Lati s i or group it eight Quality control and daughter of or. It Nizie Energy departments since Lieeel Vlzheimer month from Kennedy a personal Pilot col. L a or Tenev Rry another car. Beavers Janies it. Swindal of Birmingham was not injured. i Ala., landed the Boeing 7p.7 Ivre David Fred Kensinger 18, of 11 111 school sunday after a flight of 8 hours new Oil was killed a head a cond Pic went to Lana John-38 Minics 42 seconds. He Savici collision. Saturday near the . A Rigmor of or and mrs the Only other Washington mos Highway 07 overpass North of Lomison and third was cow non4op flight he knew of was Newport. Larry Hunter is of j Judy Batchelor daughter of or. A soviet flight which took 12 a Swifton was injured and Hospital a mid mrs. Pete Batchelor. To Tow let pm Ark. Apr Ham hours. I us at Newport. Ltd tip a crowd saw the Parade Blair Quot have Indus try the brought. Glenn t. Sea i also during the week six other and contest at Sandy Beach Park.l,�?T ,l>�?�0m a tour slav Honor 1952. He was named manager of the switchgear and control division 1959, a position he has held for the past four years. Harg chairman of the atomic persons died traffic accidents a these events l or malty. Opened the. ,1. I m 1energy commission and nine 1 was Ems hed the cab of a if fill. Boating season the Oua a Visil a a a Mir 1 a officials for sex i truck when machinery fell of him Chita River. 70 Piast of Memphis. Change visit to uie soviet Union and two suffocated ice Box. Photo by Bracken ing Thren new industries and old one under new management. The a v will i chide Tours of the new facilities and a fish st

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