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Camden News (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Camden, Arkansas 27� if a Iii in 1 1 6 Klc of Al. Center inc news r i a a a _ m. A i a i serving the ideas Industrial area Png a ii volume 51�?number 146 apr associated press Camden Arkansas 71701�?saturday, october 10, 1970 updo United press inter nation new Breed of doctors emerge from today s medical schools editor s note the medi surveyed 42 interns and Resi Ity Medicine Funkenstein said dents. Sama is now working Cid profession has always at dents. None of them wanted to Iii an interview in his Cape cd full time to integrate commune tracked the idealistic Young Man and woman. But never More than new. For out of the nation s medical schools have come a new Breed of doctor in recent years shunning the mate Ria l rewards of Medicine to work for the Public Good. A re ii Ort from a s living today department. Go into private practice and 38 Home. By Ann Blackman j associated. Press writer or. Chris Ramsey is 28. This year he turned Down numerous $30,000 and up of ers from medi Nice. Cal schools drug and insurance companies and private foundations. Wanted to develop group a 1968 poll of graduating seniors at the three medical schools in Boston failed to turn up one student with the intention of entering general practice. Or. Joseph w. Gardella who for 15 years has been Dean of Stude rtt affairs at Harvard medical school anal Zed the influences ideas and goals of today s medical students in a recent interview in his Boston of instead lie draws a $i2,000-a-Yoar Zakry from the Washington based organization he founded while still in medical school the inst some for study of health and society. Ramsey is one of a new Breed of doctor dedicated to improving the Quality and delivery of medical care in America. Quot i Don t intend to practice the traditional methods of Medicine Quot said Ramsey whose four year old government funded Institute was set up to study medical Portal educational and be Al needs of individual conic unities. Quot you can t look at the health care problems alone. You have to look at the needs of the whole Community. The problem is there Are just Loo few opportunities for students who want to innovate within the system. Quot the Deadwi situation in this country is in desperate Straits. The medical schools Are beginning to respond but they need some prodding Quot he said. The Brodders in this Case Are to health projects into the Quot another Factor Quot he said is medical schools curricula that the Nixon administration Sama sponsors five comm has Cut Loans and research nity Orienti medical projects funds tremendously. With Mon in different parts of the country. Quot they be a greater sense of social awareness a real sense of compassion a great concern for injustice and a seriousness of purpose i Haven t seen in any other generation so much in fact that it often impairs their sense of humor Quot he said. He continued Quot today s medical student will devote infinite time and Energy to achieving his purposes if he thinks they Are just and right. I be developed a great sense of respect for the contemporary student. He s seeking a different life style different goals and different values. He s very concerned about not being trapped in social regimentation. A go no ration of doctors was concerned with Socini Success. It was a Bun Loving elitist society interested in a More material highly organized Way of life which provided for Security Comfort and Success. The present Day students Are impose i sible to understand if your concepts and standards Are of a former generation Quot he said. Quot we re entering the Era of Community Medicine where students Arie concerned that the de by for scientific research Grants Choice but to turn to a different drying up students have Little kind of in fiscal 1970, Congress Cut appropriations for medical research by 5 arid 10 per cent depending on the project. The president has requested a 6 per cent increase for medical research in his 1971 fiscal budget. More. Michael Mcgarvey 28 assistant to the president of new York City s new health and hospitals corp., said More a Money will not necessarily answer the problem but that changes have to be made in the Way Money for health care is spent. A. Quot right now this coir itry is spending $63 billion for m Edical care. By 1975, we re predicted to spend $100 billion for heal tii services and people will probably not be better off. In fact they May very Well be worse off if change is not Immi Rient Quot he said. The medical students them Lively of medical care of All Seg selves. And As a result almost 85 .per., of the country s ments of society be based on need rather than finances Quot said medical a Daniel t�., of a of cd no Stan a Quot of this $63 Diu of Only $4 billion is spent on research medical innovative program Sand health centers Quot he continued. Quot and Only about $800 million goes into research for changing the Way health care services Are Mcgarvey a founder of the student health organization in 1964 and a 1967 graduate of the univer to of Southern California school of Medicine said that right now he would rather work to improve the City s delivery of medical care than go into private practice. One organization which is in courses in Community Medicine Tif their curricula. Last summer it sent 141 students to appalachian 20 to Indian reservations 15 to migrant Camps and 150 to Rural parts of the country. One student who for the past two years has worked As program director for Sama s appalachian project is Warren Grady Stumbo of Mcdowell ky., son of a Coal Miner and a fourth year medical student at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. Stumbo said of the 141 students who worked in appalachian projects last summer a Survey indicated 66 per cent of a hem expressed serious i ite Resl in retaining to the area to practice Medicine. Besides setting up clinics and Community health projects in deprived Alfeas Ninny hospitals and medical schools Are interested in training minority group doctors. Or. George Tolbert 32, is a 1970 graduate of Howard University s College of Medicine and president of the advisory Board of project 75, a live year program designed to recruit minority stud Wils into Medicine. One problem with Medicine today Quot he said we re not producing physicians who want to get Medicine to the people and who know what the needs of the people Are. We re producing doctors who want the people to come to them. Sisia to Rossor of sat a he Suchu Etters and. Envy Ai me menial a our to Fhy Thihon a the. Medical . Seal ass Para be. Sama. In i co organized in 1950. Sama now chapters at 87 of the dents Are aware of the problems and want to do something about them Quot said and efforts to Reform medical school goals and curricula. Leaf chief of medical services be a specialist. Today 90 per Quot a Napiers Ai or u e at Massachusetts general hos cent of to Stull wet to go Ellal in Boston. Quot last Spring i into group practice or 20 building permits issued in september building permits 24twenty building permits during the month of september by City clerk Ray Joyner. Re Fie iving permits were 763 Oak Wood Rife Oder residence. Leon Shankle 916 Lyons Lane r Model reside ice. Ocie Hawkins .342 Johnson re Modill reside ice. C. V. A Drouhi 243 Walnut remodels Tidence Homer Mays 318 South st., remodel residence. Willie Williams 1026 Mcgil Lough remodel residence. Eugene Lewis 324 Hildreth remodel residence. Elnora Andrews 944 Beanie re Model residence. W. W. Yeager 218 Harrison remodel residence v. C. My joins jr., 2674 Beech Wood remodel residence. Canary bar his 315 Grinstead remodel residence. Peggy Burkett 528 Haire remodel Reid Ltd nce. E. A. Wilson 611 Sharp remodel residence. James Reeves 327 Cherry new car tort. James t. Shaddock 825 i Las remodel residence. Howard building Centre 3.17 , new House. Robertson fiend store 231 Washington be. Remodel. Other Buik Jing a mfg a Johnson off Texas st., new House. Horace Green jr., off Texas st., new House. Join d. Mahan 683 Agee new remodel Readence Quot i be never had any Money so i Don t really consider it important to make a lot Quot he added. Quot i Don t need $50,000 to 0,000 a year to live just be <�ora0ng Neces sary. You learn to improvise. Quot this is the direction i m taking and i Hope other physicians j will do the same. In fact its happening now. I m sure of it. May Ion to pastor Westside Church Bishop Paul v. Galloway presiding Bishop of Ibe Arkansas area of the United methodist Church has announced the appointment of the Rev. Marion w. Miller to the pastorate of the Westside United methodist Church of Camden As of october 1, 1970 Ine Rev. Or. Miller retired from the Active at the lii68 session of the Little Rock conference and he and his wife Louella Hui Rhes Miller have been living in their Home at 1005 Amanda Street Camden the Rev. Or. Miber is wll known in the Camden area having served As pastor of the fair View Uritta methodist Church from May 1955 to september. 1902. He will hold services at the West Jade Cli urch each sunday at 11 00 . And 6 00 . He extends an invitation to All to worship with this Fine congregation. By Linda Deutsch associated press writer los Angeles a Susan Atkins once admitted she of holding i set ate Arnis incl tier Bac a. While to pie Quot a Ood Nant movie Star wept pleaded for her life. Wing Quot plot Easa. Appearing for the prosecution Sam she Quot told the actress Virginia Graham Castro said Quot look Bitch you might As Well miss Atkins told of stabbing the face it you re going to die and Bikini Clad actress and remarked that Quot the blood was Beautiful warm and mrs. Castro 37, a Legal clerk then jailed Petty the said miss Atkins one. Of four persons on triad for the deaths of miss you can t do anything about it Quot she said miss talking about the Kuling Quot she said that when the Rufe went in it Felt soft and Quot if was quite a thrill mrs. Castro said miss Atkins Tate and sue others made the told of lick Irig miss Tate s blood statements when they were in jail together last year. From her hands and. Saying Quot to taste death and yet give life she said miss Atkins 21, told wow what a skid uie air charter business 700 apply for four meter near gang jobs los Angeles a four $133-a-week meter Reading Dis Drew More than 700 applicants to the Southern California Gas tie line stretched vol blocks. Quot i knew there were a lot of people out of work but not this Many Quot said Harriet Schultz 50, who went Down with her husband an applicant wednesday to the West san Fernando Plant. The applicants had a wide Range of backgrounds such As Art Dell Rose a newspaper reporter who lost his Job when the los Angeles citizen news went bankrupt. Crash probe but iwo takes by Dick Barnes Washington a a sweeping investigation of the air charter Industry and tiie Way it is supervised Fey the Federal aviation add ministration was ordered Friday by Secretary of transportation Biohn Volpe even As the Faa grounded More plates in the Wake of the 30-death Wichita state disaster. New. Developments continued to come to Light a week after the oct. 2 crash of a leased twin engine plane in Colorado killed 13 Wichita football players and other persons accompanying them to a game. I a Volpe bypassing the Faa or a Agni a Fula a Smi assist Secretary of Tran to tation for safety and consumer affairs to conduct this in death my estimation and spare no Effort time or resources in determining the True i edition of every chartered operation in the United states. He also will examine Faa regulations governing charter operations with a View toward correcting any deficiency which May be a tiie Faa reversing its previous statements said it had in deed warned Golden Eagle aviation inc., whose Crew flew the fatal flight Agama of operate ing Large aircraft was Beautiful we Rin r it were her Erndt ions use $ai6i that a was a mrs Casti Quot Butts. Elated acid peace with her self a. A x jus. After a five old a were slain in aug Irit 196� l0ts. Casti said miss at tins told Mieir she Quot wan to takes out and squad Ifo Emri against the Wall and out off their filiger but she did t have miss Atkins has Uings <1 0 interviewers through an attorney. But she has not admitted Kuling of a the victims herself. In. Of Aero said she i an miss Atkins not to disc the rulings. But Quot she said How to play Nizy and lexical a Little and she said see Haid an Alibi anyway a miss Flony is on to Olsi Charles w. Manson and Twer women charged Der Cori Simi in my ii a. At the Tate House and Moefiti a killings next i other i witness Kirts was slavic the Gay haired chieftain of. A hip in. The Lowers Kiu drat Bis Camden machine tool and die co. Celebrated its ind anniversary in Cam Jon october 3. Pictured it left to right Are Wilbur cram founder of the Cort Gany Thomas Daniel Charles Oswell Ali Ishel Parker Travis Langley and Eugene machine tool and die co. Celebrates anniversary patients from it cities in Hospital parents came irom 12 cities to the ouachita Ilo Spital this week. A total of 147 were admitted and 27 were from out. Of town. Nine babies were born in the Hospital this wipe. Out of town parents were As follows Roiston i Louann 1, Beard a 5, Smackover 2, Steple end 8. Chidester 4, Sparkman 2, it Holly i Prescott i Warren 1, Eagle Mills 1. Camden machine tool and die co., celebrated its second anniversary in East Camden october 3. Wilbur Crain. Owner established the business in building 50 of the East Camden Industrial Park. O Ain who was for Nerly in business in Stephens. Ark., has been in the machine shop tool and die. Weld Iii and repair business since 1938. / Quot we have expanded our a ii tics in East Camden to three Maci Ali Lis two welders and two part time Caln said. Crain is married to the former Jamye sol apr of Stephens. Uliey have three Sens i a Rry of Al , Don of Marshall Miami a Lloyd s of London is writing Hijack insurance for airline passengers Texas Ami Steve who is a Juri ranging up to a policy that re turns $500 per Day Luitz they can resume to their trips. The policies Cost $65 to $88, depending on destination and coverage is limjtp4 to 10 Days. Lor in Camden High school. Tiluy also Hunt five grandchildren. The Crains Are member of the first United methodist chinch Camden. They reside at David Bush is promoted by Al Pine Bluff Ark. Special David m. Mike Bush 29, local office assistant for Arkansas Power amp Light company in Pine Bluff has been prompt cd in Assisi int to the company s personnel dlr Colw in Littie Rock. A native of Camden Budi began a amp a career in via As a customer service representative at Al Dorado. In 19<>6 he was promoted to Nistra live assistant in the personnel department at Little Rock and in 1967 was promoted and transferred to the corporate services department in Pine Bluff a a i claims agent. He was promote it Al to local office assistant in 1938. Bush was graduated from Elo a entail school and High school at Fairview of Camden. He received his degree in psych ology from Henderson sate College it. Arka Deihla. He served in the . A my from 1962 to 1964, attaining the rank of first Lieuten ant. I Active in civic affairs at Pine Bluff. Bush was a member of Itile chamber of Commerce and a intercity Al wants club. He is chairman of the 1970 tri county scout a Runa for the boy scouts. He is to member of tit first 492 Parker is. Crain has served As chairman of the Board of Kate wizards Tail twister in Lions cub amp and councilman for the town of Stephens for nine years. To is a member of the Psi cynic Lodge of Stephens and a Veteran of world War h. Quot we fix every Lhing but a broken heart Quot Caln said Quot and we arc working on share singers at Chidester meth. Church the slip ire singers of Camden s first methodist Church will present a program sunday me.1uidu�l Chu Choi Pine Lii for. Night at Rushing memorial to a a Here m is it Sid Cal of a Sim toil list at . 7 30 Dav school . . Bush is my lied to the Forny the pastor Rov. Genje Baler sue Ella Nussell of Rico l a a cordial invitation if Iri they have a Durh tar. Laito the Public to attend. I a i Uncle 2, Don Shirley to open Al Dorado concerts Tho Al Dorado Community concert association will open its 1970-71 season thursday to Leht. Oct. 15, with piani.?t Don Shirley one of the most Brilliant artists to illuminate the world of music in America in Many a season. Don Shirley is a Many faceted pianist whose in musical creativity has skyrocketed him to High raise and rec Orniti in in the music world. Shirley was Orn in Kings Ion Jamaica. His Mother was his first teacher and his was so prodigious that at age of nine he was invited to study with at the Leningrad conservatory of music. Later he studied with the famous organist. Conrad ber Nier and advanced composition with Bernier and or. Thadeus Jones at the Catholic University in Washington d. C. Don Shirl made his american debut with the Boston pops Ordie Ira in 1 145 Wiwi Dean Dixon As guest conductor. In addition to the Shirley concert the Al Dorado Community concerts members will hear he dec is and Howard duo plan is Lii on tuesday. Dec. 1. Singer John Stewart will appear on thursday. Jan 28 and the final concert Wili be Quot Den Giovanni Quot presented by the Goldovsky grand Onera theater on monday March 15. Concerts jul be at the Muni of idol auditorium at 8 . With and Mittanck Only by membership cards. Tourists increase in 70 Jerusalem a tour ism to Israel in september exceeded the september 1969 total by about 5 per cent the Bureau of statistics announced. The monthly report said 30.600 tourists visited Israel in Seo tember compared with 29,100 the year before. Joe Lukachik Dies Joe Lukechin who operated the old Hauber Here for Many years in. The Oil Boom devs died in a Cleveland Hospital several Days ago Accord ing to word received Here this week. Joe had Many friends in card a. 1 i a a a i it it to Lirse retire at ouachita a Hospital two nurses it who began work v. Hen the ouachita Hospital of a in de in july 1952, have retired fend were hoi bored by the Hospi to Board and Emp yes thursday at a Reli Geniott Tea. Several Lovely gifts were presented ice Estella is in and a spa Taylor both they Are shown holding if vice plaques up it Ese ted Quot to 1t\em by Albert Pilyih Toni Hospital . On by half a the Board Itie plaque Vete in recognition of Byal and Fai tji fill i a Quot i a to the Hospital. Ant establishment authors and lecturers t a editor s note their Rubin Points out that because books Sre Best Sellers they Are his publisher issues Royalty in demand As speakers. Which checks Only twice a year he his translates into Money. And not yet seen a Penny of profit Money is just what Many Lead a but when the Money comes on ers of ant establishment move a feb. 1 men a find in their role is Dis self it will to the Bourges its would not disclose the Quot Anu Wijit of Money he has earned his new Yoi a literary agent re Senters from american society. Following is a report on this phenomenon by the a living today department. By Sherr associated press writer new York a leaders of a he nation s various anti Stab i Semient groups Are finding that Tho hand they Are biting is feeding them too. Through Best Selling books High priced lecture too Arances and other by products of their rebellion the top names of such organizations As the Yippie a. Women s liberation and the Black panthers Are grossing roof its which have mounted into Tho tens of thousands. They say however the big Money is not lining their pock ets. Instead it is going into the coffers of the various branches of the movement. Quot it s not my role to be Rich. It s happened spas Minoie Leader Jerry Rubin whose Best Selling Book Quot do Quot i Mefy Burn it. I May hand it out for free. Any Way to completely and thoroughly destroy capitalism Quot he says. Abbie Hoff Enan a co defendant with Rubin in the Chicago 7 riot trial and a Confounder of the Yip pies. Said Quot when a revolutionary has bread he s got to give it Hoffman s two books Quot Woodstock nation Quot and Quot revolution for the hell of it Quot both of which advocates his goal Quot to create chaos in the ruling class Quot have grossed h m some $75.000. After contract fees. Our Lishing costs and miscellaneous exp uses he claims his to Ual earnings have been divided to As follows .$25,000 for Black Panther defense funds. $10,000 for Ball Money for other i revolutionaries several times $10,000 for Chicago trial expenses. Hoffman and Rubin also Sav they Are committed to giving i t least $5.000 a month to the youth internist Livial party Yip Houston Tex. A fifteen persons including three former Houston firemen were indicted thursday in connection with the breakup of two has sold More than 200.000 pies for As sorted gluon Dollar Auto it Hett rings. Copies at $2 45. A ased on stand asked about the use of Stab Bonds totalling $92 ,00n or Liol Natl nut hoi iltis to o a Lish mint channels to mirth of 15 defendant were set by dist fim Irp to earn Mon than their cause. Hoffman Juo Tod judge Porge l. A Wiflker. $511,000. Who sell the rope however in an Effort to eliminate such Quot straight Quot institutions Hoffman and others formed their own speake.�-? Bureau. Offering such luminaries As themselves lawyer William Kunstler women s movement activists Shulamith Firestone and to Freeman and Rock writer Richard Goldstein. Quot it s absurd to Book through the going lecture bureaus and let them rip off 25-30 per cent of Radical speakers Quot says Robert Lamb office manager of the movement speakers Bureau in new York. He said that with move speak As it is known the speaker would get 75 per cent the Bureau 25. And Al profits beyond office costs would be voted Baick into everyone s favorite movement cause i in the past Radical speakers have commanded fees up to $2,00 j an appearance. A handful of other movement leaders share financial Success in publishing. Panther author Eldridge Cleaver s Book Quot soul on Hiis sold some 120,000 hardbound copies at $5.95�?and nearly 2 million in paperback and that does t count the Are Quick to Point out that 100.000 copies of his Quot writings Quot for another publisher i while California Law s f4�r. By Abels mid Quot it s As much As people i i pc of because at a 01 lot is draft led off by Lavi cars and another Black Pansier Leader Bobby Seale has racked to some sales of ids writings at $i9s.it a tiie newest mov Canent tse when s ube cation has of Sun to Jip a Mioney earner also. I afe Miu Fet s sexual politics Quot a blast at male domination is sold 60,000 copies at $7.95 after Only 40 weeks in print Quot i Lan to give All my Mon a Arway Quot she says. Clip Morgan who be Anth it fat. By of a men s Liberat Fth writ a Ings entitled sisterhood is has just been published Eirfie plans to Donata All prof los to the moot it will be up to the woman All m of the ieans who contributed to the the Sam. She cited such possible recipients an abortion fund Bank Money for pics inert in new Yorks women s detente anal i nation fill archives for women history. A it she and other Radical Lef a Iii Quot Whon liar is it Cleaver now living abroad ii successful. Personal Luft Yles Home i changed materially since boo and Spe who a Becar a i

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