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Camden News (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Camden, ArkansasTo a temperature temperature for the 24-hour period at 7 . Monday was High 59. Low 45. River 8.9 feet falling. .02 Inch rainfall. The Camden news serving the sort he a Ideal Industrial area weather Arkansas partly Cloudy Northwest to Cloudy Southeast and mild afternoon tonight and tuesday. Lowest tonight 30s North to 40s South. Volume Ali a number 178 apr associated press Camden Arkansas monday nov. 21, 1960 i in up a United press International Price 5 cents m Battle raging Over Congo Row a by William n. Oatis United nations n. Y. Apr a. A foes of congolese president to cubans rant More about . Actions. Havana apr cuban armed forces minister Raul Castro says president Eisenhower a dispatch of . Warships to the Caribbean is criminal and is United states puppets in Central Ameri Seph Kas Mvubu mounted a last ditch Effort today to. Keep the u. N. General Assembly from seating him and his delegation. But the Prosi act . That the would vote to seat him anyway late today or some time tuesday. That would give the United states a Victory Over an Hakian afr ican communist fac tir i favouring Kasai ubut a bitter rival deposed Premier Patrice Lumumba. One experienced Diplomat said the vote to seat Kas Mvubu might be As much a a. 60-20 with 18 abstaining. A Day Long debate is expected and a special night session May be held. The first four countries on the speakers list a Yugoslavia Gui near Mali and Ceylon a have come out against Kas Mvubu. Kas Mvubu who came to new York two ago to press his ease has said that until he is seated he will not state his attitude toward the u. N. Concilia ion for the Congo. Some diplomats say Kas Mvubu has intimated that once he gets Tho seat to will Welcome the 15-nation asian african Cornomi amp Sioui to Rev out its assignment of but the younger brother of Johnson in Assurance to by George Macarthur Paris apr vice president elect Lyndon b. Johnson today told americans Westem allies the prime minister Fidel in j election in no sense angry speech sunday refrained from rattling soviet rockets As a threat to the United states. The was in line with a trend noted recently in speeches by other top figures in the Castro regime. The softer tone Lent weight to speculation that Moscow had nudged Castro to take the soviet Union out of the cuban revolutions frontline to preserve other soviet Irons in latin America. Premier Khrushchev himself said recently his rocket offer to defend Cuba was �?o.symbolic�?�. The younger Castro told his audience of Petroleum workers that risk now Era a order of last week made in response to _ requests by Guatemala and Nicaragua represented a a warning by Yankee imperialism to All the Peoples of latin America that it is not going to permit cuban style Castro said Cuba supports Cojan tries in revolt in latin America but he denied that Cuba had Given any direct military to rebels in the recent uprisings in Guatemala and Nicaragua. Our Best help to them a he seeing peace among rival poli it Aid. A is to preserve the revolt Ticiano. Other s doubt that he Willi in Here which will be a great contribution to the final liberation do so. Guinea and Mali have said Pri of All our Brothers of latin Ameri Vitoly that if Kas Mvubu is seated a. Thru will quit Trio commission j Castro s speech came Only hours some on to Commissio a May that of or the shooting of a Young . If some of its mom Bors drop out a clerk by a cuban army Nunno should to the Conco 1 Captain during a scuffle outside but Jaia Wachuku of Nigeria in Havana nightclub commission chairman told a Roj wave Henderson 22. Of was a a repudiation of president Eisenhower a support for the instruments of Mutual strength in Western speaking at the opening of the annual parliamentarians conference of the North Atlantic treaty organization nato Johnson made a vigorous blpai1ie-an Appeal for a a new Long step toward a Richer meaning for the Texas senator told 200 assembled legislators from natos 15 countries a the voice of isolation is stilled in a a new generation of americans a who came to Early maturity fighting for Freedom on the Field. Of Europe and the . Of the Pacific is coming of Power in the leadership of our land a said. stressed that he was speaking As a senator and not specifically outlining policies of the administration of John f. Kennedy. However Kennedy read the speech when he and Johnson met last week in Texas. While Johnson a appearance Here had Long been planned he was aware that the . Election had elevated its importance and that the speech would be watched especially by europeans As the first indication of the new administrations foreign policy. The speech indicated the Kennedy Johnson be More receptive toward moves to expand natos in fluence beyond the military Field he warned that the . Elec por a sunday nothing would keep of Jpn a if g communications a a Quot Cal to an easier it of fam making in trip. To said a embassy was Seri Oais Boycott was Shadow a founded saturday night. Henderson a condition was de talk of a Bovine Wachuk ii did missed Tho Throat it As satisfactory after a of Joso Nussbaumer. In Coleso of hour on oration for the removal Ommi Shinnor for Tho Interior Bullet which entered his a Klif is Worix Brovont j near the hip cuban police Sid Tho shooting by capt. Robreno was Acci dental. Who Rani Mission from Landing at Leopold Ville Airport. Komas Collins died on sunday Thomas a. C ollin.-. Aged .34 of Troy died in a local at 4 20 sunday. Or Ollins had b in living in Texas for Tho past fifth on years. But Novod to ouachita county Man . Group to boost Arkansas Little Rock apr a 69-member Arkansas state chamber of Commerce committee headed by Al Pollard a Little Rock advertising Man will work to draw attention i to the states eco 11�. Masonic a Alec. And a a a nip Chamb oian of world War 11. He was an on Field worker to was or president Marvin Melton Jones at triv saturday come from every Sas a in v s he a a ion of he and cover a a variety of business Fields. Activities contemplated for the con Mittie include formation of a life. It was a Call to a More responsible however he said a you Here know Well the magnitude of president Eisenhower a service to nato and to the strength of West Ern Europe i want you to under stand that president Eisenhower will leave Public office with the continuing respect Trust and esteem of All his count Wattien without regard to Domestic Paris apr vice president elect Lyndon b. Johnson Drew cheers today As he told legislator s from Atlantic Alliance countries that the United states stands by president Eisenhower a Atlantic policies. Johnson said the u. S. Election in no Way was a a repudiation of president Eisenhower a support for the inst ments of Mutual strength in Westem the tall Texas senator was loudly applauded As he strode into the Assembly room of the Liam a notary conference of Tho North Atlantic treaty organization. His vigorous bipartisan speech was i cd gently interrupt of James m. And Ola Mac Rin ton Chi wins. Or. . Was assisting or. Aiton Hodge on november 8, of a thaw i a a on month a Mono and Canada Shol Thoy a a a a Grams in provide information a. A hous a w oppose Ullio Al i i s 1, mrp hons schools and col loss and promo two s . Limmy use o Arkansas and Tonny of Nir Amone commit Ltd members Arp follm.�?~. A Daug _ Ait or k. Hussman. Public tier o who spoke just before Johnson Homo his the Camden news Hugh b. Pat Dobre disclaimed any attempt jr., Arkansas Gazette puh As three Broth is j. Gene Herrington Arkan of Texas Paul . Sas Democrat managing editor 1 Calvin Mannen editor of the Stuttgart daily in ador Gene g o s a news director 0/ television station Kate in Little Rock and Marvin vines farm director of stations Kwh so Kohv in Little Rock. Speakers Bureau for a Quot talk Arlod by applause of Kansas Campaign old drawn hmm All Over Western eur Johnson made a political tour of he Hall shaking All around at the conferences opening . He strode across the Hall to warmly shake hands with French Premier Michel Debre. A Vidos. Texas and Billy Ihulse of Baton Rouge. La. Thil Sisters. Mrs. Marcelino Cook of Alice Texas. Mrs. Nellie sue Hicks of Baton Rouge Louisiana and mrs. Wayne mongers of Tynan Texas. Funeral services will be at 200 . Tuesday at the Liberty Church of Christ at Troy. Burial will be in Liberty Ometery by Proctor f funeral Home. The body was taken to the Home Jim Carpenter near Thoj Jan is store on Highway 4 where it will remain until a i vice time. Casket bearers will be cousins of or Collins. Farm Bureau meeting opened Young democrats of county to meet the ouachita county Young Democrat club meet in its regular my fitly meeting tuesday nov Eind Cir 22, at the county court House according to Gerald Keith president. Plans for the club program for the balance of the year will to at this meeting. Also election of officers to fill Vacon cles will be held. All club members Are urged to attend or. Keith stated. A Church service moved to wednesday night of god Church on the Fairview cutoff Road will hold services wednesday night but not thursday night this week of the thanksgiving Holiday. Little Rock a the Arkansas farm Bureau federa a Lions 26th annual convention i moved into a full schedule of speeches and sessions today with some 1,. 00 delegates and their wive it a in attendance. I Eder Atlon president Harold f. Ohlendorf of Osceola said about 100 resolutions w ill be presented for action before the three Day meeting ends. Ohlendorf was scheduled to speak this after Timon. The re solutions to come before the full convention tuesday were to be presented at seven District today with hearings then to be conducted by the resolutions committee. Tonight a major speaker will be mrs. Haven Smith of Chappell neb., chairman of the american farm Bureau federations women a committee. Tuesday night Henry l. Ahlgren of Madison wi.<., associate director of the Wisconsin agricultural Extension service will address a he convention. The delegates represent each of the states 75 county farm Bureau organizations. The meeting will conclude tuesday after election of officers. On Tho part of Fronch president Charles do Gaulle to weaken nato. On the contrary. Debre a a a Aid. It was do Gaulle a idea to Stron then nato by increasing Tho French weight in the organization and Debro added nato is Noo Dod As much now As at its fondation 10 years ago and the a Voniel menace of the soviet Union is As Strong As Ever. Farm family of year or and mrs. Vilen and Munerol re pcs Fot Allen Ware Aro pictured Here after being named the ouachita a Gypsy Cue in farm family of the year. The. live in the Harmony London up Britain s Gyp Grovo neighbourhood and will re sies converged today in the Little present this county in the District Hamlet of Hase Bury Plucknett for postmaster general Arthur e. And stale contests. Final awards he funeral of Queen Eliza Woods Jsn Morfield announced today will be announced at Little Rock their ruler for 40 years. Nobody a that a new Post office has been new Post office for Sparkman dec. 9. Bracken photo knows for sure exactly How old j Queen Eliza was. Members of her family say she was in her 903 when she died saturday when she died saturday. Dinner planned to Honor state solons Here a dinner will be Given in Honor of senator John l. Mcclellan and Arkansas death list is High by the associated press congressman Oron Harris at 6 20 thirteen persons died violently . Preceding the sen. Speech in during the week at 7 30 . In the municipal ended at Midnight sunday six of auditorium on thursday Decem them in traffic accidents Ber 8. The dinner meeting will in. No Way detract from the senators shootings claimed four lives two speech at the auditorium. Of them in Hunting mishaps. One for those desiring to attend the shooting was accidental and an dinner at hotel Camden Reser other occurred after a threat. Two nations must be made by wednes persons drowned one when he Phillip a Don authorized for Sparkman Arkansas. This announcement the postmaster general advised coincides with the option ing by Post office department regional officials of a site meeting departmental requirements As to , area and location. new and modern postal facility a postmaster general Summerfield said a will be constructed under the Post office departments commercial program which utilizes the resources and investment funds of private enter Pic ise to obtain needed postal according to postmaster e. F. Horne building forms specifications and other pertinent data will ulc tul by ii. V., a -1 1 i j Day at noon on december 7. The was trapped under water in his be available to prospective bid Cost of the dinner will be s3.00 Peri car. One person was killed when a ers by Conta Cung person. Resen actions in be made struck by a train at the office 01 Iho chamber of eight year old Commerce any of wednesday the Oren Harris will Lead woo standing in the Yard for it it us an Equitan e con the Chi is Mas Parade which starts of the Knight Home near the botox Sti action value will be Stab Ash at 6 00 on december 8. The sen Community eight Miles on a competitive basis. Ator s car will the Parade .lone.sboro. 1 in front of hotel Camden where officers said Tho dead boy had Ihas been taken at Sparkman Aik the congressional asked if the gun was loaded and Ansas is Cau gtd on the Northwest and officials of the chamber of it won off As Randle Pope. Commerce City and Rural do is Taried to lift it up to see. The of in a elopement program will meet in two boy amp the dead boys brother depth real officer a. R. Schaffer room 75, u. S. Post office amp court House a time Between noon j Knight was killed sunday when a december 7. 410 gauge Shotgun discharged Alf Naklin -4361, . 3.35. The Post or along with con he. A brother and tvo other boys office depart mon will advertise the ballroom of hotel Camden fori Stanley. 12. And Bill Hutchison sirloin steaks and All the trim r had been Hunting Cavlier. Mings. The general Public is invited feet. A the site option Quot Tho postmaster noted a will be transferred to a Monera put pm a it last airman a let fi-9n a i fico department and part ment spec h if to the department on a Long term a More than 4,500 new Post offices have Boon built since 1953 under Tho Post of Foo department s unique commercial leasing program a or. Summerfield said. these postal building remain under private owner Winnie continues to show improvement London apr sir Winston Churchill a doctors Hope to get him out of his sickbed for the Celebration his 86th birthday nov. 30. Britain sword War ii Leader has been lying propped up in a special adjustable bed since Iasi tuesday when he stumbled in his bedroom and broke a Small Bone in his Back. Lady Churchill told newsmen sunday night sir Winston was a very much better a eating Well and Reading the newspapers. U. Of a. To get nuclear funds Fayetteville Ark. A -. The University of Arkansas will build a nuclear ii asian study Laboratory using a $31,308 atomic Energy commission Grant. The lab is expected to be completed next summer an Ann Caine ment saturday said. The dec will dinner meeting starting at 6 20 his oar struck a i Alvort on . At hotel Camden w ill Cost a a a a Hwan 8 near by Thoville. Too per plate. Only 100 tickets John l Phillips of Diaz. Ark., will be sold to the dinner meeting is shot and killed sat and tickets will be sold on a first night in Newport after a come first served basis. I walked into a liquor store Bill Sheldon executive vice presi-.,.�?zlj, a pistol and told a Dent of Tho Camden chamber or Vin. To also a Commerce has requested that a live come to kill people planning to attend the Din-1 a. Ahmed a gun and hot to th7federal Ner. make their , Hoath was Van ii lease to me re Meiai i Hillier. The Deatti was r u i e a a gym homicide. Real estate axes. Roy Miller about 50. An Elk because the Dorado negro., drowned saturday Are Cunt nicked with Pri Whon of was thro in from his boating a investment funds capital out i while fishing in Calion Lake by the Post office depart a Al Dorado. Ament Aro limited substantially to those for Post office furniture and postmaster general Summerfield indicated the need for re placement of 12.000 More of the final official count for ouachita nations offices of county in the presidential race Lack of space and obsolescence showed the democrats received or. Summerfield noted that Dur Kennedy looks to shift of overment by Marvin l. Arrowsmith Palm Beach Fla. Apr the big task of shifting government control from the Eisenhower and mini traction to the new dec i Atic regime gets president elect John f. Kennedy a personal attention today. Kennedy arranged to conf i most of the Day at his Atlantic Shore Home w Ith Clark Clifford his chief Liaison Man with the outgoing republicans. Clifford who served As special counsel to president Harry s. Truman was picked by Kennedy shortly after his nomination Iasi july 0 make a study of Tho problems of transition from one administration to another. Clifford had the study Well under Way when Kennedy won the nov. 8 election. Since then Clifford has conferred twice with president chief aide Wilton b. Persons. conferences and the Ken Nedy Clifford talks today will to climaxed soon by a meeting i he president elect and i a Shower for a top level discussion of the change Over. Sitting in with Kennedy and Clifford for at least part of the talks will be prof. Richa Ixl Neu Stadt of Columbia University. Neustadt is a specialist on Tho problems of government Tarasi Tion. From his two advisers Kennedy will get a list of some 150 top positions for which he will by choosing appointees Between now and his inauguration Jan. 20. Or immediately thereafter. Hundreds of lesser jobs also must be filled. Over the weekend Kennedy divided his time Between recreation and conferences dealing with reorganization of the department and discussion of the tense situation in the Caribbean area. His House guests were to o democratic senators Stuart Symington of Missouri and George Smathers of Florida. Symington Secretary of the air Force in the Truman admin amp tra Tion is head of a Kennedy study commit Fec on Pentagon reorganization. Mentioned frequently As a Kennedy Choice for secret any of defense Symington said he had told the president elect he feels he can be of More help to the new administration by staying in Tho Senate. Nations As Early As possible. Congolese in attack on u. Citizens a official vote in county listed 5.169 and Tho republicans 2,439. State High tors polled in county according to Tho county clerk s office. In Tho Leopold Ville the Congo apr a crowd of knife wielding congolese sunday fell upon three american men and a woman whose car accidentally killed a negro cyclist. Two of the americans were wounded. Chief warrant officer Clyde st. Lawrence of new Bedford mass., a member of the military attached staff at the . Embassy was stabbed three times As lie ran from the car he had been driving. Frank Cariucci of Wicks Barre pa., political officer at Tho embassy stayed at Tho scene so the other s could get away. He was stabbed in Tho Back and beaten to Harold a Mani illan of Britain a fore he jumped aboard a passing bus. Ing the last session of Congress. Congressional approval Given to Tho postal modernization Pio cram which will provide in Lotio alone 1602 now Post offices. Multi. 12,000 badly Faubus Loceile 1. A it needed Post offices to replace obsolete facilities will be built under led Tho entire ticket. Henry Britt polled l,9f 7. Premier Macmillan arrived in Rome Rome apr prime minister his lease program in every part of the nation or. So Impf fold of Khasi of the goal of Tho Post office Dopart ment to pm Ido its patrons with the most modern and efficient mail service in the world. A Tho of a no w Post office Rived Here today to review Politi for a Parkman is an example of Cal and economic problems with this i distal Progress who pointed . Military attache i. Col. Leaders. It is the first nut. Edward Dannemiller and his a afe Foi Mal by a prime Tiv snark to Post pushed through the crowd unhurt Jaq he italian Caim Tauilo Oburr to. Will or n minor while it went after st. Lawrence i ,-, Jho Neville Chai Borlain hink in our Nowls Ravita izod and the latter was picked up by a3p,-Jio Meetins in 1939. Modern postal service aimed at . Vice Consul. Alison Palm it Quot a of Yville. Long Island. N.y., who happened to be passing in her car. St. Law Ronco was taken to to valium Hospital and Given a mrs. Frizzell died saturday mrs. Julia Frizzell aged 71 of 688 Crestwood Road died in a local Hospital at 12 30 . Saturday. Mrs Frizzell had lived in Camden for the past 43 years. She was a member of the second Baptist Church. She is survived by three Solis s. R. Frizzell of Bettendorf Iowa w. A. Frizzell of North Little Rock and l. B. Frizzell of Pine Bluff three daughters mrs. Fred House mrs. O. G. Harper and mrs e. A. Sebaugh All of Cam den one brother Charlie Horton of Gurdon a sister mrs. Arvie Lane i , California 20 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 00 . Monday at the second Baptist Church conducted by Rev. W. R Rogers and Rev. Graham Fowler. Burial will be in memorial Park by Proctor funeral Home. bearers Are. Tommy Beasley Charles Wilson Marshall Summers George Morse Russell Gavin and Homer Wilson. Uncertain quiet at new Orleans by David Zinman new Orleans a an Uncertain quiet prevailed in troubled do it a South City today As 11 waited for a three judge Feder Al court 0 Rule on school integration. The three Southern judges con is died hese paths of act Chi 1. A school Board request to suspend integration until Federal state difference Are ,�?~ot1led. 2. A Federal move to enjoin state officials and prevent their interference with school integration. A temporary restraining order now Effe Tive expires when the court rules. 3. A state motion calling for dismissal of action against Louisiana officials and the return of in tools of their traditionally Segri gated basis. The Merion stems from rarely used interim position act which advocates say gives the Static Jio Wor to use its sovereignty a shield to Block the Federal integration order. Judge Richard t. Rives of Montgomery ala., chief judge of the 5th . Circuit court of appeals declined to say when the ruling would be handed Down. While City and stale officials awaited a court decision. New Orleans Public schools closed for a weeks Holiday. Police reported a Calm weekend in Sharp Coati ast to five Stormy Days that followed the of four negro first graders to two White schools monday. A financial squeeze was sex peeled this week against the Money a Cost new Orleans school Board faced with a $2-million teacher payroll. Tho slate . Reported ready to Transf i $1.5 million of school Board funds from new Orleans Banks to state chartered Banks in Shreveport. That we Ould put Tho Money Boynad the jurisdiction Vej Federal courts in Rase the government attempts to freeze the funds. E. L. Ketcherside died sunday e. L. A Ash Curty Ketcherside aged 66 of 353 Adams ave. Died in a local Hospital at 3 44 . . Or. Ketcherside was a retired busine.s.�?~-. Man and had been living in Camden 15 years. He was a member of the Church of . To is survived by his wife mrs. Vera Woisik Ketcherside two daughters by a former marriage mrs. C. Klippert of Camden and mrs. I it Eon Penberthy of Elvins. four Sisters mrs. Ruth Deniz of , California mrs. Roy Holmwall of Elpaso Califon Nia mrs. Earl Davis of st. Louis Missouri and mrs. De Freeman of squares six grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2-00 . Monday at proctors Chapel conducted by c. Edwin Bills of the Madison Street Church of . Burial will be in Mem orial Park. Casket bearers Are. Bob Owen Carl Robertson Roy weeks Jesse Wells t. L. Hollingsworth and Paul Edwards. Patronage to return to state democrats downtown traffic lights turned off Lakeside to have cemetery working there will to a be Motot Cloan. Lake Side cd Moton Thul s blood transfusion. His condition in Vohor 04 nil was described As no serious. Car Luccius wound required Throe stitches. The four americans were in route to Leonold Villez a Airport to see off Deputy underscore tar of state Lov w. Henderson leaving after a two Dav visit provide uranium and other Fis Carlucci said the cyclist Cro sed Sponable materials for the Labora Lory which also will be used in Day. November 24. And of Chiyone interested in Tho Como Tovy is in Vito to come to the All Day working. Those who plan to work Are asked to bring a lunch and tools bulletin Caltagirone Sicily a the Road in front of them then a liquid Gas Container exploded turned Back As Theva a served of today and wrecked three houses studying problems in nuclear in Imless him. Putting himself Dak Coly at the Hamlet of Mineo. Four per Gine ering. In the path of the car. An ultimate Gnal of next Dav Deli Orv of mail anywhere in Tho rooftop catches fire saturday Tho rooftop of the Nathan Langley or. Home on old Smackover Road caught fire saturday afternoon from fire coming up through the Chimney. Firemen investigating the fire said the roof caught ablaze at 1 .30 . Reports show that the fire damages were Only nominal. No one Little Rock a that election of sen. John f. Kennedy a president will mean a return of Federal patronage to the democrats in . Tho shift i probably wont result in any immediate changes but As present terms expire the democrats will be Able to put their choices in a number of jobs. Tho Moro important of those include . Attorneys and . Marshals. Throe downtown traffic lights Osro Cobb now is . Attorney were off monday morning on for Tho staff s Eastern District Al Adams Avenue and portable stoic Rock and Charies w. Atkin signs were placed at the Wash on for Tho Western at in ton st. Intersection to control fort Smith. Traffic. I r. Beal Kidd is Eastern Dis police said monday that fac i to marshal Jay Neal holds the lights wore not operating Cor position in the Western District Routly and had to be turned off thirty it a i Ost mastors nominated rather than snare up traffic. By president durin i they said that the Light will he Republican tenure have not be turned Back on As soon As been can ii med by the Senate the mechanical apparatus is re Thor May be changes in some of sons were killed and 10 injured was injured firemen said. Paired. Former officer at Nad wins election word has been received that r. A a Peter Bieri. Foi Merlc or us stationed at Nad Shumaker As Security officer has been elected county clerk on the Republican ticket in his Home town of Seneca Kansas. He will assume office 10 january. Pete is presently employed by International company. Those sons. Tohn l. Mcclellan and j. William Fulbright and Tho states six will have the main say in patronage matters after Tho do morals take Over. Fairview boosters to meet at school tonight pm air View Booster club w ill meet tonight at 7 . In the visual Aid room of the school. Paper tidal wave hits Northern Peru on sunday Lima Peru apr a tidal wave struck Low lying areas of Northern Peru sunday reaching As far a3 a mile Inland in some places. Two persons were killed and nine listed As . Dispatches from Chiclayo Capi Al of Ambaye Niue province 650 Miles North of Lima said the wave was preceded by loud under ground . Some residents said they Felt Earth tremors. An earthquake emanating from Peru was recorded on Seis Mck graphs in Japan. Chiclayo province is composed mostly of desert and coastal Plain where sugar and Rice arc grown. The Waves battered the Small port s of Pimentel Laletas Santa Rosa san and Eten. A tug and 61 Small Craft capsized. Earthquakes and tidal Waves Are not uncommon on the Westem of South America part of the Quot ring of fire that stretches around the rim of the Pacific Ocean. The greatest recent disaster was last May in Southern Chile. The City of Valdivia was almost wiped out by earthquakes and a 12-Fo tidal wave. The City of Conception was also badly damaged. Hundreds were killed and thousands injured. Mae Green Hurt when hit by truck today mrs. Mac Green was hospitalized Early monday morning when she was struck by a truck while walking across Madison Street in front of the Camden news of fico according to police record. Hospital attendants termed her condition As satisfactory but a Complete diagnosis was not determined. Mrs. Green lives at 225-a Madison Street and meets her a a ride to work in front of hardwick�?T.? each morning. She is employed at bag print. Reports showed Liat . Greer w As crossing the Street from the news office Over to Harawick furniture store when she was Stock by a truck driven by John w. Arnold of Bearden. The 5-ton truck was going South up the Hill on Madison when tha Accident happened at 6 10 . The Driver said he did not see mrs. Green because of the darkness and As he turned the Comer at Van Buren Hill onto Madison ave. Fairview senior class play set a the atomic blonde has been chosen by the Fairview senior class As the annual play to a presented december 2, 1960, in the High school auditorium at 7 30. This play is the atomic age a craziest laughing est funniest farce the a a blonde will Charm you and there is a a headless has nth who is constantly popping up and frightening folks into fits. The cast for this a howl Hur i canc is Bob Nickerson Ricky Hart Oriole bid Ruth greening Katinka Katze Pheifer Gloria Ingram skid Worling Ken Whitington parsimonious Jackson Jimmy Lee Doogie Dean Pho Stafford Sylvester butterfish a Jerry Cross mrs. Philo Pratt a Linda f. Williams mrs. Wilella Wylie Bonnie Walker Finchley st. Lohn 111 Jerry Walker Gurney Maddox Jimmy Marter it mrs. Adelaide Bru Keleigh Banks. Lome a Shikle Doreen Burke a i High Banks Linda Tutt Betty i Hartford Sandra Tate and the Hant. Tho director is mrs. Ralph Parnell. The student director Karen Hankwitz promoters Syble Eil and and Carolyn Carter and thei general chairman is Margaret Miles father of mrs. Leroy Sharp Dies Mcgohon nov. 21 up Oral Henry Saino aged 80. Of Watson Des-1 a county. A Fanner died saturday at Tho Homo of a daughter mrs. M. Mcbee of Little he was born at Watson and spent All his life there. To was a member of the wat son methodist Church. Other Sun Vors include to sons. Hemy Saine or. Of 1 Rock and Jimmy Saine of nne two other daughters mrs. Otis Howell of Rohwer desks county and mrs. Leroy Shar of Camden two Brothers lie Saine of Monroe la., a Albert Saine of Rohwer eight grandchildren. Fun Era drive and bowl trip will be Dis rites were held at 10 . Cussed. Day at Watson Church All members Are urged to at by Rev. G. C. Bailey. Burial was tend. Jones cemetery

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