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Camden News (Newspaper) - May 22, 1965, Camden, Arkansas Microfilm sales fuse amp a Lii _8066 Dallas Texas v w a a %1 a a a a volume Xvi a number 26 apr aaa Ocie Ted Pimp serving the a South s id Ai Industrial Ama Camden Arkansas saturday May 227 l965. A a. Up a United pro to int Anattol last words from Viet Nam we regret to inform you Fayetteville . Apr Hie a Telegram Lay on the round Coffee table in the living room. From a his cardboard rocket ship Stephen 5, would glance occasionally at the strange yellow piece of paper then at his Mother on the sofa. She Wasny to crying. A she was just sitting there motionless staring ahead. With an air of decision he marched up to the table and picked up the Telegram. The words a the Secretary of the army regrets to inform you that your husband Quot a meant nothing to him. But he knew. Eyes iride with wonder he turned to his Mother. A a my daddy is dead Isnit he a Eli Bung japanese wife of staff sgt. Horace Young newly dead in Viet Nam stifled a cry and gathered her son to her. It was to be her Only Public expression of grief. Friends chaplain it a even her older son Jesse 8, when he came Home from school would see none. Across a town in Section of several Hundred Mobile Homes called trailer town at out a 10-Mimite ride from it Bragg a Prefty Young woman packed methodically. She was going Home to Phenix City ate., where her Mother eyes of Blue and Light Brown hair formerly girl Friday to Phenix City a mayor then wife and Mother was now a widow at 23. Her husband Royall g. Isaacs jr., who had made Cap Tain without living to receive the notification was kilted on patrol in Viet Nam. Resting a moment she looked out the trailers window at the clothesline the clothespins All in place. Sadly she Shook her head. He had loved to use those pins for target practice with an air Rifle. They were always on the ground when she needed them. But now of course she need them. Not Here. A i Don t know too much about his life Over there a she explained almost apologetically. A the Only wrote me the Happy things. If he went out on patrol he would write later Only that he had had a Good operation. Carefully she Laid his special forces Green Beret in a suit Case. A the had a pet dog that the vietnamese people gave him that was quite an Honor and a pet Jaff Onkey. He Learned to sing the longest Day in Vietnam Ese and the children were Al ways clustering around him to sing it. He always did. He Lov had been keeping her 8-month-led children old daughter since the funeral j a the sent the baby. Sherry two weeks before. A Terrece a vietnamese record Shirley Isaacs 5 feet tall with with Nursery rhymes on t h e Back. In a keeping it for firmly she snapped shut the suitcase. Shell probably return to worker and daddy for the mayor. He had told her a i live a pretty Normal life Quot everything happened so fast. He stand tears. In a trying so hard for the special forces wives Are a closely knit group. When a husband goes overseas they keep the wife left behind Busy with coffees and Golf and Bridge and Hope she wont be too lonely. When a husband is killed they rally quickly to her Side. Of Shirley Isaacs one older wife commented a i used to worry about her because she often said she did no to know what she would do if anything happened to her husband. She a so Young yet she a amazed us All with her strength. She a never once broken Down that i know More baffling to the wives was another recent widow who was still tying on her bad starring at the ceiling questioning Why god had to take her husband a week after the Telegram came. A we try to Tell her her Chil Dren need Here one is a tiny baby you know a but she just lies there. We done to know what to do for her except to take care of the children. Few special forces wives act like that a said the wife of a sergeant. Some widows go Back Home at the funeral that her old Job was waiting for her. Some done to know what they will do. I Young would like to Retila to Japan but she wants Here children to have an american education. Possibly she Witt remain in the new Brick _ near it. Bragg that her husband lived in Only one month before he went to Viet Nam ust before Christmas. For others Fayetteville is Home. Jackie Sawyer who grew Here buried her husband Bob nearly a year ago in the cemetery across the Street from the veterans Hospital plans to spend the rest of her life Here. After her husband died in an Okinawa Hospital from Para Chute jump injuries a close Friend says a she got into a state of mind that was just bit Jackie herself says a at first it was like it Wasny to even real. I was going to work coming Home doing the necessary things. Like i was just existing from Day to Day is the Only Way i can explain it. A two months ago it really dawned on me he was never coming Back. I had always been new Industry in state uses Forest products really. But there was amp lot of adjustment to do. I try hard to keep the children Busy doing the children Are 12 Bob 10, and Jay almost 4. A the two older children keep their feelings pretty much within themselves. They ree old enough to know it hurts and they probably can see the Hurt in my face. It was Young Jay she had trouble with a the wanted to know when when daddy was coming Home. He cried for him every night. At the cemetery he wanted to dig his father up. Once he said a i think i can see i said a Jay your Tayher Isnit Down there. Daddy is in heaven he wanted to know where heaven was. Heaven was a Long Way offi told him. Could he go he asked. Well All go some Day i said. He said Okay and since then we be had no yet every Day Jay wants to Cut the grass. His father talked to the children on tapes he sent from Viet Nam and on one tape he said a Jay while daddy is gone you re going to have to Cut the grass and help of Wuu Active in Church. I began having Mommy around the Yard a social life. Ill probably work now its a morning ritual Fairview senior Sermon sunday the Fairview baccalaureate service will be held sunday morning May 23 beginning at 8 of clock in the High school auditorium. The Sermon will be delivered children s choirs to sing sunday the beginner primary and Junior choirs of the first Baptist Church Camden will be presented in a service of sacred music during the evening service this sunday May 23, at 7 30 . This will be the annual commencement pro Gram for the choirs after which Mer school of business by Rev. Robert Parker pastor j they Bijj receive recognition the appointment win become a it. A a w w a ii uu5 Vudi i Only part time in the Superior Jay will have it no other Way court clerk s office. Its too Jackie has to run the Mower like shirely Isaacs. She thinks much full time and being Moth but Jay helps push. Winston Beard on Baylor staff waca a Winston c. Beard associate professor of finance at the University of Texas has been named chairman and professor of economics and finance at Baylor University Shanka of the Cullen Dale first Baptist Church. The music will be provided by members of the senior1 Day. A a. A the processional and recession will be played by lbs Elizabeth Copeland. The class of 104 members will be graduated at the Tate Field on monday evening at 8 of clock. The Public is invited to both of these services. Ike in blast at great society new York a former and promotion certificates. The leadership for the choirs is As follows beginner choir mrs. Josephine Peppe director mrs. John Harrell jr., pianist primary choir 1, mrs. David Tate jr., director mrs. J f. Smith pianist primary choir 2, mrs. Cecil Byars director buddy Marshall pianist Junior choir David Tate or. Director mrs. George Jordan. Pianist. Some of the selections to be Sung Are Quot our Church by Handel a there Are wonderful things by a Hanion a come be president Dwight d. Eisenhowe children sing to Jesus Quot by in or says president Johnson a Gham and a the holy City by a great society program is an Adams Effort Quot to establish instant Para the Public is invited to tend. Meet your police effective next september said Aldon s. Lang Dean of the business school. Beard will replace or. Buly j. Hinton who Wittl become Dean of the school of applied arts next fail at Southwest Texas state College in san Marcos. The school is one of five into which Southwest Texas state College will be reorganized next september. Hinton leaves Baylor after 19 years As a member of its faculty. Beard 35, has been assistant professor of finance at the University of Texas since september 1962. He holds a Bachelor of arts degree from ouachita Baptist College in Arkadelphia Ark., where he graduated mag a cum laude. He earned his master of business administration degree from the University of Arkansas and a pm. D. From the University of Illinois. Before he went to the University of Texas he had Keenan instructor and assistant bus iness manager at ouachita Baptist College a fellow in economics at the University of Iii no is a research economist at the University of Arkansas Industrial research and Exten Sion Center and a foundation for economic education fellow at the Chase Manhattan Bank. The new chairman is mar ried and the father of two children. Beard is a graduate of fair View High school in Camden Ark. He to the son of mrs. Ruby Beard presently resident coun Selor of Flippin Perrin girls dormitory at ouachita Baptist College. He is married to the former Mildred Shaffer daughter of or. And mrs. John i. Shaffer of Fayetteville. He is a former member of the Board of trustees at ouachita Baptist College. Charles Bass Charles Bass 31, has been with the Camden police department for three and a Hau years. He joined the Force in october of 1961. Patrolman Bass is married to the former Marie Troy gluon of Gary Indiana the Basso have three children Chuckie 7 Scott 6, and Carla 3. They Are members of the Cullen Dale first Baptist Church. They live at 2506 Walter Avenue in Fairview. Bass was bom and reared in Camden and attended Fairview High school where he gradual de in 1851. He was a member i the Fairview football team for three years. Before joining the police Force Here he was affiliated with the military police at fort Sam Houston Texas news photo miss Ethel Scott teacher of ear the faculty of Fairview school at the annual fish Fry Friday evening May 21, at the Elliot Deer Camp presented miss Ethel Scott As teacher of the year. She was selected for this Honor by the membership of the faculty. Miss Scott who will retire from her chosen profession at the close of the present school year has Achie Ved a most outstanding record of service. Little Rock a groundbreaking ceremonies of the Arkansas Kraft corp., at Popello near Morrilton this week signified the continued growth of the Forest Industry in the state a i think its a Good healthy sign. We need More Industry to Cote in Here and utilize what we Are producing a said f. H. Martin of the state forestry department a Arkansas ranks fourth in the nation in forestry and we Are still growing a Martin said. Only California Washington and Oregon rank ahead of Arkansas he said. The new Plant at Popello expects to hire 150 persons with an annual payroll of $1 million. Besides those working in the Plant an additional 175 will be needed to provide pulpwood company officials say. A list of Forest fact compiled by Martins department indicate the importance of the Wood pro duct s Industry to Arkansas Economy. The 1962 fact Sheet showed that the Industry employed More than 33,000 persons representing 39 per cent of All persons employed in Arkansas manufacturing. The latest fact Sheet for 1964 reports an employment of 75,000, or 65 per cent of the states labor payroll. Plants and equipment land and stumpage Are valued in excess of $1 billion. The 1964 Forest products production was valued at $500 million with an estimated $200 million paid in wages. More than 20 million acres or 62 per cent of the states land area is Forest with commercial forests accounting for More than half the acreage Protection of such a vital cog in the states Economy is extreme importance. Thai phase of the Industry is accomplished by 23 District foresters 170 Forest rangers 20 dispatchers 96 Tower men and 56 fire plow operators. The utilize 104 Lookout towers 2.400 Miles of Telephone line 475 two Way radio sets and 60 fire plows in an Effort to prevent destruction and control fires when they do break out. The pulp paper Industry alone reaches almost every arkansans As a list of its products will indicate. It includes envelopes flour sacks newsprint grocery bags butchers wrapping papers shipping Cartons Book paper wrapping papers and construction papers. Sen. Levine Dies Pine Bluff Ark. A former state Seri. Sam Levine 75, died in a Hospital Early Friday of a heart attack. Levine entered the Hospital thursday for a checkup. Levine an attorney seared in the Arkansas House in 1931. 1953 and 1955 and was a state senator in the 1933, 1935, 1957, and 1959 Legislatures. He did not seek re election in 1980. A titi v Hal t"1 a a a Quot to Quot a a a i % my a jts a the organizations connected with her profession. For some years she has been an Active member of first methodist Church of Camden and an enthusiasm Ceil. Ledford gets military Honor colonel Otto c. Ledford commander of the 6555th aerospace test Wing Cape Kennedy has been awarded the legion of Merit one of this country a highest military decorations. The award was made in recognition of the key role that colonel Ledford played in the Titan family of ballistic missiles and space boosters. Known among his colleagues As a mister titans col. Ledford has held assignments As Deputy director of the Titan 1 program director of Titan 1 site activation and director of the Titan 11 and Titan 111 programs. According to the citation accompanying the award his Brilliant technical and managerial capabilities were in Large measure responsible for the rapid development of the nations missile and space propulsion systems from the formula Tive stages through Hardward development initial test and operational deployment. More than any other single Man he was responsible for the outstanding Progress made in the development of the Titan weapons and Titan Booster systems. Award of the medal was made at a Parade held in his Honor at Patrick fab Fla. Major general Ben i. Funk commander of the air Force space systems division los Angeles Alif Nia made the presentation. Also in attendance was major general Vincent g. Huston commander of the air Force Eastern test Range. Holding special positions of Honor on the reviewing stand were col. Ledford a wife the former Marie Silliman daughter of the late or. And mrs. George h. Silliman of Camden \rk., and col. Ledford smother mrs. Ida Ledford 726 division st., Malvern Ark. Born in Traskwood Ark., col Ledford was raised in smack Over Ark., where he was graduated from High school. He received a is degree in mathematics and chemistry from Arkansas a amp a in 1940 and entered the army air corps As a flying Cadet after graduation u.4>. 10 a i a a a ii withdraw troops Washington aspects for a Tolu Monr amp i &db-minican1 crisis have at amp St Faken a marked turn for to better Iff the opinion of administration strategists. 7 %. The first withdraw of Amer ican rooms has chances for a permanent cease fire Are Beh Evde brightening. Candidates to take part in a moderate interim dominican government Are becoming available. A in reporting this hot Wever a s. Officials cart red that much remains to be done. They said some inter America forces with a Siz Atole . Icon Tingent May have to remain of the Caribbean Island for months . Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker announcer the withdrawal of some 1,700 . Troops at an organization of american states session Friday night. This Marks the first pullout since the Vanguard of some 23,-000 . Marines and paratroopers went ashore at Santo Domingo april 28. Bunker said a we hopefully look Forward to new contingent arrivals and. Further withdrawal of . Forces providing the raw material during world War 11 he was for the Industry in 1964 were 974 sawmills eight treating plants 11 veneer plants 22 stave Mills four paper Mills nine Small do l lug a Vitu Ivo a Vai to combat Pilot operations of la q08 divorce settlement Grants Man to Ste dog 2 hours weekly Indianapolis a custody was awarded to mrs. Glenn o. Black,.but her Hus and got visitation rights a two hours a week with the family dog. A i Haven to had a Case like this for 15 years a said the Veteran judge after issuing the decree judge John l. Niblack a order thursday permits Glenn o. Black 63, Indianapolis to visit his a year old toy Manchester named pretty from 2 . To 4 . On sundays. In Bidic Fly Marion circuit court added a stipulation he Ever. With each visit Black must bring a third party to keep the peace. Niblack recalled that 15 years ago he granted a Farmer visitation rights with 16 cows awarded the divorced wife a the wanted to make sure the animals were Well taken care of a the judge said. In 26 years on the Bench Niblack could remember Only one other Case involving visitation rights with animals. That was 20 years ago and also concerned Washin a disputed Cuic naft May Hitre too a Deomid sen. K spokesman fat Merce committee fora much Mehder go year said his group examine the Johnson die judiciary co pities work Onjo this a a wont be just a this Meari / Ond Mund jmj a the measure now is Orfei the judiciary commit teen Slub committee on juvenile Iselin Quency which is header by a. Thomas j. Dodd jews of few sponsor both of Titis Jar is and last year s Bill. He races feed the hearings Friday to june 2. A when last Yeats pc t81ldied, Dodd charged that pressures by a the gun lobby and especially by the National Rifle association had doomed the measure. On the House Side the ways and Means committee has indicated no plans for on similar Bills. Franklin l. Orth executive vice president of Era led a Field of witnesses opposing Many features of the and Niwnia tart Ion Bill at fridays hear tic worker in the several Fields mension plants and 59 Mischel of work. Among her activities Lane us Wood plants in the Wesley Guild of the the state continues to produce Church is that of her serving More and More Timber Martin As president. During Lier that a one of the key Buck Frizzell on Fairview Board the Fairview school Board at a recent meeting appointed Buck j. Frt Ezeh to fill the vacancy on the Fairview school Board. Her first teaching was in the Poyen school of Grant county. Since that initial year she has taught in the Benton system Saune county in Columbus Hemstead county Fordyce of Dallas county Hampton in Calhoun county and Atlanta and Mcneil of Columbia county. In 1942 miss Scott began her present tenure at Fairview where she has continued in the elementary school. Her ser vice to her school and Community wherever she worked has always been of the highest typs. Some few years ago miss Scott was honoured by the Pat of Fairview elementary school the theme of to the program was a this is your life Ethel Scott this Surprise program brought the pupils of her second Grade to the stage in a classroom setting with her desk at the front. And fittingly her room won the Parent attendance a Ward at this meeting. The theme truly reflected the spirit and respect of those present to show to her the appreciation due she was presented a life Mem the Guild was cited for its relationship in the Community wherever service could be rendered. It came in family tradition that she was to fill her place so faithfully in religious areas. Her parents were reverend and mrs. . Scott who gave Many years in pastoral service to the methodist Church. It is noteworthy that miss Scott has a continuous record of teaching service since her Start at Poyen. During these years she attended Henderson state teachers College at Ark Adelphia and Arkansas state teachers College at Conway. She received her degree at Hen Derson and has since done special study at Peabody College of Nashville Tennessee. One can Only guess the number of Young people who have reasons Why Martin was enthusiastic about tiie new Oppelo Plant. Forest products a billion Dollar Industry still on the grow keeps Martin Busy he says but Happy. Fleer and base commander in the South Pacific flying combat missions in b-17s and p-39�?Ts. After the War he received a is degree in aeronautical engineering from the Usan Institute of technology and an mba from the University of the judge granted the divorce to Christina r. Black 54, on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment ending the 32-year marriage. The Blacks have two grown daughters. Mrs. Black charged her husband Hadnot spoken to her for. The vacancy was created be ship pin at that time by when Buton i Hmains . Jim Lineberry president out of the school District. Or. Of the Pat. Frizzell works for the inter-1 miss Scott has maintained a National paper company and High level at All times with lives at 2943 Stinson Avenue a membership in and support of . Seamen in Potest against shipping policy Washington a Amerl can seamen picketed government buildings today to protest what they called a a appeasing foreign governments at the expense of the american merchant Marine. Pm. 1 about 1,500 members of the a to a of National maritime her response to the Calls of p a her Community be fewer upon j Union officials said the partic her retiring. She along with ular targets were toe Agricula her sister mrs. Annie Mae Ture state and defense depart Cupp with whom she resides ments and the maritime admin at 314 Hamilton Avenue . Is ration. Camden will continue to Ren a in the last 20 years Union offi Der any service when they can vials said the . Merchant do so. Imarene Fleet has dropped to fifth other members of her in place in die world behind Brit mediate family Are a brother,1 Ain Norway Liberia and a . Scott jr., of Al Dorado pan. And a sister mrs. . Gris i a Hie United states has fewer Wold of Malvern. Merchant ships under the miss Scott is an alive Flag now than it had Ber of Delta Kappa Gamma Lin 1939, the Union said Iuka 11uai1 u1c Simf Vudi is Chicago in research and development management. He Wasja la a of s we first assigned to the Titan 11black was awarded the from Nam n feh Marv family amp Irvian and a Uto. 1956 in has sent As Mem mrs Black received House if Remani 1��?o Titan program being response Uva ble for testing of the Titan ur1 a a a a Llis space Booster and the launch of the gemini astronauts using ill weekly visits a modified Titan 11 Booster pretty Ings Orth called the Bill a unsound and premature and in need of a lot of revision to strike out clarify or soften Many of its provisions. He offered to Telp the subcommittee revise it. He said he much preferred the original Bill by Dodd a a state ment which Dodd treated so optically. The Bill part of president Johnson a ant crime programs Bas As its major goal to amp. T Diwi i the mail order Sale of firearms to criminals. Drug and it diets the mentally ill Aind juju Venules. Orth and other critics contend that intentionally or not the Bill would Hurt among och. Or things Hunting gun Fouec. Tion As a Hobby and the Nhay a marksmanship training Prog r ram. The administration and Dodd insist most of these fears Are unfounded. Fairview lunch menus f monday tuna fish salad purple Hull peas whole Ker Nel Corn pickles bread milk pineapple cake. Tuesday meat loaf with Gravy English peas steamed Rice Carrott stick hot1 Rolls butter milk Lemon Popsicle. Wednesday Turkey pot pie candied yams Green salad Apple rings bread milk chocolate pudding. R thursday baked fish Sticks Green Beans buttered potatoes. Cooked prunes Corn bread. Milk jello. I Friday a Chicken salad Sandwich h Pimento i Ese Sandwich baked Beans potato chips pickles milk Apple Cobbler. Students tour Telephone company the fifth Grade students at Fairview recently toured the southwestern Bell Telephone company in Camden in their ���3 study of economic. After touring fee com 4 they had lunch at Cantor a. Helping with the tour mrs Wayn Harrington mrs. Mrs of a a

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