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Camden News (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Camden, ArkansasTo v Wea. V a a a a a t. A. A a a a a a a a v a via it a can try Linc. . 4543e� pm Ilii Camden news a serving the South s Ideal Industrial area volume 51�?number 158 apr associated press Camden Arkansaw 571701�?saturday, october 24, 1970 up a United press inter Nasonal i Ion Navy still recruiting filipinos attending a two week of International paper company course on t h e operation and Mill. They Are. From maintenance of a new pulpwood left Nick Litti Ell forwarder harvesting machine and Allied oper. Ray Magby the Ico oper. Qui Mou were these employees Ken Mays forwarder oper., David Herrington Maint. Larry i Ftp the Lofio oper., Robert Henry Foreman Dean Smith the too oper., and Gerald Garmany truck Driver. Ioco photo few americans grasp the significance of Quot Green revolution Quot the yield of these by James Phillips Assod tufted plus Wriler Washington a few americans can grasp the significance of the Quot Green in a nation where mountains of surplus wheat and com Arre Cut memo place and cattle Are fattened on Grain tie development of Lextie nicely High Yiek strains on wheat and Rice has Little Impact. But to millions of underfed persons living in overcrowded and underdeveloped lands the in 1965, for example India s Quot Green revolution Quot is truly the wheat crop totalled in million state of me. It is Chapati to a tons. With the introduction of hungry Indian peasant tortillas super wheat the total Rose to 21 to a mexican and Rice to an in million tons in 1970�?an increase done Sian. It has created s0cial0f 75 per cent unrest and toppled political leaders. Agni cultural economist Lester h. Brown goes a step further in in employees attend course on new machine International paper Woodland personnel from Camden have just returned from attending a two weeks course on the operation and maintenance of a Rad Dwarf up two it Jid harvesting grains is truly Asto aiding. One leading agricultural expert said the super grains have Quot added a conservative 20 million tons of Cereal grains to the asian food Supply Quot or More than $2 billion Worth. All this has come about in five years. Only 200 acres of super wheat and rices were under cultivation in Asia in 1965. In 1970, More than 40 million acres of the new strains were being cultivated. My Hine and Allied equipment. The course being taught at the coi Tripany s Olla la. Equipment development Center is designed to train foremen machine operators and niacin ten Anc men in the techniques of of nation and proper maintenance of the th-100 thinning machine Mth emphasis on the study of hydraulics of thirs highly automated 01pvvood handling equipment. From Camden those attend i Jig were Nick Luttrell Ray Magby Benny May state police Issue cautions for halloween by Robert a. Dobkin a military writer Washington a the Navy steeped in tradition in an age of missiles jets and nuclear powered ships still recruits hundreds of filipinos to serve Only As Cooks waiters and Cabin boys. Dozens of White gloved and jacketed stewards recruited in the Philippines under a unique 23-year-old treaty can be found aboard almost every Large ship of the Fleet serving meals in the officers mess and cleaning officers state rooms. They also Are assigned to Shore stations and to the naval Academy where students Are waited on by 365 stewards 258 of them filipino. Serving admirals at the Pentagon or waiting on tables in the White House dining room is a voluntary and highly sought after assignment. The Navy has Little trouble enlisting filipinos even though they Are relegated to menial chores requiring Little skill. Recruiters at the . Navy station at Langley Point near Manila have a waiting list of thousands. It s a better life than Back in the Barrios of the pm Lippins Quot says a Navy personnel officer adding they sign up for More Money than they can a a a pm at Home. But mounting criticism of this Navy tradition none of the other services enlist foreign nation Alss forcing a Gradi a change. Quot Quot \ two years ago the Navy began recruiting caucasians and now for the first time More caucasians than filipinos Are being signed on As stewards. But the number of regular enlisted men working As Navy stewards still totals Only about 1,100, compared to nearly 13.500 filipinos. The Navy which used to recruit Between 1,000 and 2,000 filipinos a year has dropped its quota to 35 a mirth. Quot Hie Navy is aware of the racial or ethnic imbalance in the i free th-100 machines have Steward ratings and it is trying i a cantly been delivered to in at a cmdr. Benja Camden for operation on com Frank director of the by Doug Willis associated press writer Santa Cruz Calif. A armed guards in pairs Are posted around the clock at each Corner of the building in which campaigning by Frances Lewine associated press writer Washington a mrs. Richard m. Nixon has a simple Ai Roach to her political campaigning Quot i like people and i Wolrid never be ending a week of Cross country travel in behalf of Republic com candidates the president s wife said she was surprised some people think such campaigning is unusual Ifor her. She admits she has never been Quot Clear around the country Quot on her own before Quot but i be been in this since 1946.&Quot a she plans to be out again next week in Indianapolis wednesday and later in san Diego and san Francisco Calif. Asked How ithe Campaign shapes up for republicans mrs Nixon said exuberantly Quot it looks i mrs. Nixon proved she s a pro on a Day Long trip to Florida hours Ciao in which she Shook hands with at least 2,000 people and got a warm Welcome in return. She was Given keys to two cities and the mayor proclaimed mrs. Richard m. Nixon Day Quot in for Myers. She smiled said Quot i Honey patted hands hugged Young sters gave out autographs a 50 or so Gold Ball Point pens i tic Jar Naom flip Quot tit in Quot find posed ii innumerable pictures with candidates and constituents. Should uie grand Frazier it a uld Setd the Cain into Superior court necessity for More municipal court pin i Chang said he billys c hid a work of one newsmen a Munur Sten Mied from. From three of Praz Iera Quot Type acquaintances refused to identify Pkt is at ments by Frazier a i de wife. A a the shanty where arrested is separated Iti de Ravine Mun Iii rious estate where tie Tims were bound by shot to death and the poot a typewritten note Bijj the Windshield wiper Oil tor s Rolls Royce with the names of Quot Quot Quot frown Tarot Sortun and threatened death misuse the a Tiuch j any Timberland in this area. The Ina Cliine one pictured a Navy s a minority affairs office. The military bases agreement West Pakistan a traditional importer of Grain is now an sex Potter of both wheat and Rice. Even More enc imaging is the assessing its significance. Quot the comparison of food production techno pay represented by these and population expansion in new see will probably affect Asia. In the mid 1960s, food pro More people in a Shorter period auction was increasing at an an of Lime than any technological Nual rate 1.6 per cent while change in the population increased by if he Peoples of the world can per cent a year. New land to let in to curtail their birth rate raise nut re crops was rapidly Dif Quot Brown adds the new grains finishing. Widespread famines Quot hold out Hope that we can use Suh stantian Progress in were predicted. Today however food product precautionary safety Meas David treat Eis their Robert of Henry Den Smth and Gerald d a my hallo a Armav out Ned today by oar Many. A colonel Ralph d. Scott direct the th-100 was designed and tor of the Arkansas state police developed Byant National a i colonel Scott said the it parents per company logging engineers Ca Quot keep their Little in blips Safe in cooperation with Timber line by equipment company Man fac i seeing that their children tuners of the Nachine. Designed avoid costuming them cives in to har est Small tree hereto Long garments or Loose shoes fore not econom Caily possible either of which could cause a to Cut the th-100 is especially child to trip and fall possibly adapted to pre logging into the path of a moving vat ions and thinning Small Trees hide in both Nat i Al and planted ,. Stands of Trees.2 Quot a Nask worn it Snow d a. Jiow unimpaired vision to the three the 00 machines have a Des As Well As to he front. A eliminating hunger in most of Tion is increasing at 3 to 5 per la the world in this cent a year while the birth rate it was in recognition of this remains nearly the same. Arlie vement and its prospects but the increasing amount of a a for e 1 i m i n a i i n g starvation food has also brought about soil around the Globe Tibet the no Cial Imprest. Farmers have Dou a it Bel peace i was Ali Fred bled tripled and. In some costs this week to or. Norman e. Quadrupled their income. The Borlaug the former Lof a dirt Gap Between Rich and poor is in Farmer who Pio peered develop Merit of the new Strain of super wheat. The breakthrough enabled agronomists in 1962 to re of sat the performance with Rice. Of the last five years the new grains have revolutionized agriculture in Many Underdew Ped Coin tries. To most americans though he question remains what Are the new grains essentially they Are Rede Jii i wheat and i4ce plants it half As thu As traditional Vaj titties. Hie Shorter Stem permits Farmers to heavily Fertile the pts its and double the yield. Attempts at ii avy Fetiu Stion of 4he traditional Long thin stemmed varieties failed because the heavy head of Grain caused the Plant to topple Over. A addition the new strains proved adaptable to a wide Var Reify of climates. The wheat that Borlaug developed in Mexico prospered from As far North As tuites to Ai far South to pan my t Ove is especially adapted to a a a United states and pre logging operations and philippine islands signed in thinning Small uses in both Natl allows Estment of Phillo ural and planted stands of Trees. I Quot Quot a nationals Quot Nus is the Only Ioco photo country where the United states has this Rit. Recently been delivered to in Ternai Lonal paper at Camden 3 trick or Treater should not be dressed in dark clothing for operation on cof Topany Tim Jat least some of the costume Leri ands in this area. Allied should be White or at least Light some instances widening. The Sci Fol unrest brought about by the new Gralis is just beginning to Manifest itself. It could prompt widespread land reforms throughout Asia and the underdeveloped nations. And the Pou Lical consequences Are being Felt. Ceylon prime minister it Ley Senanayake was this year ousted partly because he did not equitably distribute new ments of super grains. Field marshal Mohammed Ayub Khan was toppled As the president of Pakistan in pint because of the inability of East Pakistan to grow the a new grains. Ferdinand e. Marcos became the first philippine president Ever to win re election in 1969, and one of his three Campaign pledges was to develop the Quot Miracle Rice Quot the social unrest has promoted some persons to criticize the Green revolution Chaing it has Caus Ltd More problems than u has solved to be used with the the Loos include two forwarding machines that pick up bundles of Cut pulpwood and deposits them on Quot set out Quot trailers on the Roadside. Four trailers and one diesel truck tractor arc used to deliver the Jim Upwood to the Camden Mill. Shortage of nurses in state leads some to drug addiction Little Rock a the executive Secretary of the state Board of nursing says Many nurses in the state have become addicted to drugs because of shortage of nurses. Mrs. Juanita Glenn told the legislative Council thursday Thart some nurses must work 16 hours a Day because of the shortage. Los Angeles a a Man entering the Federal courthouse with a paper sack was stopped by guard Charies Turner. The Man said he had a package to deliver personally to . Dist. Court judge a. An Drew Hauk. Turner a minded to see what was in the sack. It was a quart bottle containing a Pink coloured liquid with a Wick extending from the Cap. A Freb web thought Turner As he called his Superior who took the Man to the . Marshal s office wednesday. After an hour s questioning the Man admitted he was an employee of the general services administration following orders from Washington to test Security at Federal buildings. Coj cred. 4 if the children Ai e very Young an adult should acco a Pany them As they make their rounds. One adult should accompany Thom As they make their rounds. One adult Siou Dac company each group of four or five colonel Scott cautioned Drivers to 1 be especially Alert for pedestrians both on the night of october 30lh and tiie night of Raober 31st. 2 turn Corners at a Gre try reduced Speed excited Childrs do things. Colonel Scott said that fun Muk frs and trick or Treater were asked to and ii eting windshields and other windows of vehicles with i map or Wax. A car with smeared window Mif Ihl tilt a child because the Driver could not see properly. Scott concluded by reminding Ai Rimsas motorists that Many High school Foobar names will be played Friday night increasing the already filled and highways with Pode simians and vehicle . Me skid that All motorists and help keep our state free from having the Eli uld turned out to be water coloured with a red Dye Tola tragedy occur during this Hal look us 8s dint. Loween night. In doing so mrs. Glenn said Quot some nurses Are taking pills to keep going during the Day. And then taking another Pill to Calm them Down for the Little time that they halve Board president mrs. Nell t. Balkman in explaining Why the Board needed to increase its fees for licensing nurses told the Council Ortere was increased prosecution of nurses for violations of drug Laws. Mrs. Balkman Sadd that Arkansas has the lowest number of nurses per capita in the nation and said that some nurse had been found completely and dieted to drugs. Mrs. Glenn said that 10 nurses had already had their licenses suspended for drug abuses and that 16 cases were pending before the Board. Mrs. Balkman said tha some of the Means of obtaining the dogs could Lead to dangerous results and gave some examples a a nurse had vacated her Post on an intensive care floor and had locked herself in the bathroom Lei iving the patients unattended in order to inject herself with demerol. Hospital officials broke open the bathroom door and found the nurse on the commie with a Needle in her Arm. A one nurse was found have been substituting nitroglycerine tablets for the morphine she was taking. The nitroglycerine tablets were almost used for a patient who had just received Eye surgery. If the nitroglycerine tablets had been administered the person would have been blinded. A in another Case a nurse was found to have administered demerol in such a he Quantity to a patient that the person almost Ledr mrs. Glenn said however that drug abuse by nurses in Arkansas was not As bad As in other states. It Dit in t matter that the main Senate candidate she came to promote rep. William c. Cramers was off seeking votes elsewhere. Mrs. Nixon touring with mrs. Or Ameir sad Quot i did t expect him acid knew he was g we to be the Day of campaigning left mrs. Nixon looking unruffled her Blue and White silk print dress a wrinkled and her smile undisturbed. Quot i m not dwelling upon my self Quot she explained her Campaign composure. She did admit her right hand was Quot All dented up Quot with Finger sol scratches. But Quot these things never bother her Day in Florida included appearances at two receptions in Point Brittany and fort Myers where she stood each time for about 90 minutes without setup aking hands. Quot this is what i mrs. Nixon said afterwards. Quot i love to have a word or two with peo pie and have a word with their Chloren. I love people and think that i completely Capri via Rte Young Man is jailed on charges of slaying five persons execution style. Sheriff Douglas James and his deputies said they know of no to treats against John Linley Frazier 24, but Are taking no chances. Frazier pleaded innocent Fri Day at a tightly guarded arraignment on charges of murdering or. Victor Ohta 45, his wife Virginia 43, their sons Derrick 12, and Taggart 11, and the Eye surgeon s Secretary Dorothy Cadwallader 38. The armed deputies were stationed at the three Story downtown building housing the jail and sheriff s office a few minutes after Frazier was booked there on five counts of first do Gree murder. Deputies admitted Only persons Quot with urgent and necessary flood lights were installed for extra Security. Sheriff Douglas. B. Larnies news conference was held outside to announce details of Fra Zier s capture at Dawn Friday in a former Quot one cow milk Bam Quot a half mile from the has $250,000 flags one mans in on a Hilltop overlooking Monterey Bay. ,. _ Fraser had lived about two months in the shabby 6-by-6-Fopt shelter in a Gulley strewn Ai Ltd wrecked automobile by die in investigator Saad. He was asleep and offered no resistance when captured is two deputies. A Deputy exp lamed the Securi to measures by saying Quot we be never had a prisoner like two for the arraign a it the Saitta Cruz courthouse was cleared of Viii tors and officers checked Shmitt i Soi credentials Smy searched news Rifici arts spectators before admitting them to the heavily guarded building. Policemen from four neighbouring cities strengthened the guard Force and Frazier was driven from Theja Al to court in an enclosed Van escorted by policy Caris. Frazier a a bearded 5-foot-7 High school dropout was shoeless and wearing leg Irons but no hand Tifis when he appeared before municipal court judge Donald 0. May. Asked if he understood his constitutional rights Frazier void the judge Quot yes. When asked if his name was John Linley Frazier. He whispered asked if he is Knovs by any other name he re sued firmly Quot no Public defender Gary Britton entered an innocent plea. He was appointed to represent Fra Zier Andi conferred with him within minutes of when he was booked. Judge May set a preliminary hearing of 10 an. Wednesday rejecting a motion by dist. Atty Peter Chang or. For an addition Al Day s delay to allow presenta in an affidavit Fil the warrant Thui Frazier was quoted As left her sunday overnight at her House .38-caliber pistol and of food but Lear i Wallet Driver s Jicy Book on the Tarot Mitaiie Telma. The wife also along a pair of she said he had Ohta me six Weels the District attorney other a Quai Frazier some marked that peo tas were too Mai mrs he sgt. Kotc in str i Foi att Euffa Fayetteville major James a. New if enlisted the University of my Roth Deparle Keiiti ing Wiliam d. Erwin tired Titis fall after a Quot military service. To Point Edt was announced by Gene j. Idol pcs army Roth de chief enlisted inst Pond ble for admin the department and of tiie ,4 Kelley is a. Ii Atic of .cais�., and has Creeh in the service 6ince 1952. He served its a. Reserve officer on a6t be 4aty ing the korean War relic inns the rank of first Lieuten at. It in Quot 1955, he entered tier a army As a non come Siam Oigt Kelley is married an4 be and his wife Rudine have Tion of the Cas to the grand amp on James 13, Harry a a i us jury. John 6.Memphis parents in ouachita Hospital t Here were two Memphis patients in ouachita Hospital this week. A total of 147 were on the census in addition to five babies. Out of town patients follow Stephens 11, Bluff qty 1, Bear Den 5, Rosston 3, Chidester 6, Memphis 2, Tittle Rock i Thorn Ion 2, Louann 4, Hampton 1. Augusta a. A negro soul Singer James Brown once an Atlanta Sioe Ine boy. Has purchased a $115,000 estate in a White Neighb Orihood. The four acre estate including a three bedroom Home Sun Ming Pool and horse stables is on Walton Way where frontage property is valued at $20,000 per acre. Brown reportedly will give up his residence in new York City and live Here. He also has paid $16.000 for 20 atones of land adjacent to the atomic Energy commission s Savannah River Plant for a ree tor eation area records show. Jaycee tvs hopi vital staff More pm a in. Chairman says that plans Lan discuss be Wiatric Ward j the Jay Ciattei Are making the in the final stages acid the tie Camden Jayc ettes Are widow curtains and Walt Dos Jward should be reside Ipi ust working with the ouachita hos Ney Wall plaques and Uliey Krejsl portly after nov. J., i Pill in a six bed furl skiing the to is books tic pictured left to right Albert paediatric Ward. This unit will in order to do this each Jay be us ii for Gilldren eight years Jvette has Given a Book of Trad old and under. It w la have Stamps and Helid in a re books rocking chairs colourful cent j a Bette sponsored bake Wall plaques and curtains to Sale help make the child s stay there i Marilyn Huliaras project poll klingon Hospital adm Stra or Joy Greenwood a a be Etta. Prei rident Betty Liesl nurse Bing Joycette first vice Presl diet

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