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Camden News (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Camden, Arkansas Echo file Centre inc . Box. 48436�n#ll. .i,it,5<a�?~5,7m3 m news i volume 51�?number 13serving the South s Ideal Industrial area apr associated press Camden Arkansas 71701�?saturday, october 31, 1970 up a United press International Pri Floc opinion the Treasury s problems the new Exchange offering shows that in one Way the Treasury s financing problems Are easing slightly. It s equally obvious however that other problems Are growing. Holders of 5 per cent notes due nov. 15 Are being offered their Choice of a 5-year note yielding 7.39 per cent or a 3%-year 7 a per cent note. As the Treasury said Quot improving Quot Market conditions permit the interest rates on the new notes to be lower than on other Treasury issues earlier this year. Market conditions though have not improved enough to permit the Treasury to offer the sort of Long term Bonds that would permit a lengthening in the average maturity of the Federal debt. Under the Law the Treasury cannot sell a Bond with an interest rate higher than Ava per cent and for several years that has meant that the Treasury simply can sell no Bonds at All. The motives behind this Peculiar Law were to hold Down Federal borrowing costs and the level of interest rates generally. However desirable these objectives May have been it should be obvious to All that the Law has not and will not attain them. What the statute has accomplished is to require the Treasury to come to the Market More frequently and for larger sums thus complicating its financing task and competing More with private borrowers. The Shorter term securities it is forced to sell moreover Are More Likely to wind up in the commercial banking system where they can serve As a basis for More inflation. Senseless at any time the rate ceiling in coming months will become increasingly dangerous. There Are forecasts that the budget deficit this year will a Loon to $156 billion which will mean the Treasury s needs will grow sharply. Under the Best of circumstances the Treasury s housekeeping problems would be enormous. Surely it s ridiculous to allow a silly Law to complicate them. A the will Street journal predicted in health care personnel 89 gis May have died from drugs los Angeles a the number of students entering . Medical schools must be increased so per cent by 1978 to Avert a a crisis in health care personnel Quot the chairman of the Carnegie commission on higher education says. Clark Kerr former president of the University of California said that if commission recommendations made Public thurs my Aren t followed a there Wir be continuing inflation in health care costs the commission recommended in its report to the annual meeting of the american medical College that the number of entering medical students be raised from the present 10,800 to 16,400 by 1978. The 18-member commission also recommended cutting training time for doctors and dentists from eight years to six years opening 126 a area health education centers a across the country and building nine additional medical schools in the United states. T \ said Kerr a no matter How Many health professionals Are educated and no matter How adequately medical education facilities Are distributed throughout the nation Ameri cans will not receive adequate health care unless a system is developed to deliver services to those who Reed them regard less of income geographical location age or the commission recommended Federal support of 1225 my lion the first year arid a total of $1 billion by i860. The commission Afiwa called for a creation of a Federal ram to provide Grant Jumo 1,000 a year for Low in Corrie medical and dental students a placing special emphasis on recruiting More women and More minority group members for medical and dental schools. A cutting residency training time at hospitals from four years to three a augmenting medical and dental staffs with trained assist ants and associates the never Virginia Rutherford to speak Here miss Virginia run Herford of Batesville state president of the Arkansas federation of business and professional women a clubs inc., is a charter member of the Batesville club which was organized in 1951 she served the Batesville club As president for a two consecutive years and has also been chairman of All the committees and held other offices in her local club. She has served the state federation As membership chairman recording Secretary and third second and first vice presidents and is now president. Mrs. Rutherford is making her official visit to the Camden cd and will speak at their regular meeting tuesday nov. 3, at 6 . At Camden hotel. By William Barton associated press writer Saigon a the . Army said today that 89 Ameri can soldiers May have died from overdoses of drugs in South Vietnam during the past 10 months. Expressing a grave concerns about the problem the army Sarid 25 drug abuse deaths were confirmed through autopsies and that doctors suspected Over doses caused 64 other fatalities the army also disclosed that 746 troops were admitted to medical facilities in drug related cases through september compared with. 527 cases during All of 1969. Last year there were 16 confirmed drug deaths the army said. The army statement came after sen. Thomas j. Dodd a conn., issued a statement in Washington thursday saying investigators of his juvenile delinquency subcommittee had found that i deaths in Vietnam from overdoses of drugs had skyrocketed and that military leaders had failed to Clamp Down on drug abuse. The army announcement in Saigon acknowledged a a a significant increase in incidents of drug abuse a but said also that a new and More accurate re porting procedure went into effect last aug. 1. Prior to that time some drug related cases May have been listed on medical records under other categories of illness the army said. The army said however that the new procedures alone could not account for the increase the announcement also blamed More widespread usage of hard drugs such As heroin for the higher toll. Chefs for the St. Mark members annual family night Are pictured Here. They Are from left mrs. Darrell Smith mrs. Lloyd Nickoley mrs. Bob Payne and mrs. Chris Andritsos. This evening of fun and Fellowship to be held sunday night will also provide information about the importance of the stewardship commitment season. Church photo student killed in gunfire on Alabama Campus Montgomery Ala. Apr a 20-year-old Alabama state University student As shot fatally Friday during an Exchange of gunfire Between Campus guards and a group of persons police say were not students. The dead student was identified As Michael Casher of to rile. Officers said they Are holding a 16-year-old youth in the Case. Scientist to Experiment with embryo or Detroit a an English scientist says he plans to Plant an embryo created under Laboratory conditions into the womb of an infertile woman in the Hope it will develop into Normal baby. The embryo would be formed by mixing a husbands sperm with an egg removed from his wife a ovary or. Robert g. Edwards of Cambridge University said thursday. He said such Early embryos already had been developed outside the mothers body in experiments at Cambridge s a Edwards addressed a symposium on the biology of fertilization arid implantation sponsored by the Wayne state uni cardinals defeat Magnolia 6-0 Panther rally d owns Hope 14-13 police capt. Raymond mood diversity seta�1 of Medicine. To alleviate the drug problem the army said new programs Are being inaugurated which involve improvement in Law enforcement better educational programs and More intensive medical and psychiatric treatment. The army has inaugurated an amnesty program under Ghchi drug users can now turn themselves in for treat ment and rehabilitation without risking punishment. A responses to this program have indicated that military personnel Are seeking assist Ance in stopping the use of drugs a the army said. Raleigh . A High school and College students participate in a a Bike in to the state Caruol today to draw attention to air pollution and traffic congestion in the City. They also want bicycle lanes on streets. The group from four colleges and universities and one High school in Raleigh planned to Cycle 18 blocks and deliver to gov. Bob Scott for his signature a petition requesting City bicycle lanes and bicycle parking facilities. The petition will be presented to the City Council monday.8 out of state patients in ouachita Hospital among the 139 patients in the ouachita Hospital this week were one each from Shreveport and Houston. There were also eight babies. Ninety six came from the great Camden area. Out of town patients were As follows Bearden 13, Chidester Stamps 1, Louann 1, Stephens 8, Rosston 1, it. Holly Sparkman 2, Eagle Mills 1 Houston tex., to shreveportla., 1, Bluff City 2, Prescott 1 Arkadelphia 1, Smackover 2, said about 30 shots were fire in what he called a a regular officers said the shootout was the result of a fight Between students and the no students that began prior to a scheduled dance. They said the no students left the Campus and then returned1 shortly before the gunfire started. Five Campus guards returned the fire with .38-caliber guns and Casher was hit by a 22-caliber Bullet officers said. Court refuses an injunction against Bell Telephone co. St. Louis a the 8th . Circuit Cort of appeals refused thursday to Grant an injunction to prohibit southwestern Bell Telephone co. In Arkansas from discrimination in hiring policies. The court said the injunction was not needed because the company has stepped up the hiring of negroes. The court ruled a suit brought by Arthur Ray Parham of negro who contended he was not hired by Bell be cause of his race. The appeals court ruled tha no racial Factor was involved in the company a refusal to hire Parham but1 added that Parhams suit apparent v had led the company to implement fair employment policies. The court said Parhams suit filed originally in Federal court in Little Rock a performed valuable Public service having prevailed contentions of racial discrimination against Blacks generally prior to february 1968.�?� in the suit Parham contended he As denied a Job As a lineman with the Telephone company in 1967 because of his race. He declined to say when the attempt to produce a human baby from a test tube embryo would begin but said similar experiments with rabbits and mice had resulted in Normal births. London a lord Roth Schild of the British banking family has been named head of a newly created policy review body which will advise ministers of the conservative government. An announcement thursday said he would take up the Post next week upon retirement As research director for the Royal Shell group of companies. Edwards said one purpose of the experiments would be to give childless women the Chance to have their own babies. Often the fallopian tubes of such women Are blocked preventing passage of eggs into the womb for fertilization. A or. Benjamin g. Brackett a veterinarian and biochemist at the University of Pennsylvania described similar work at his University but declared a we would never think of doing this in a human being until research is More Complete. He said science could be set Back if a child produced in such an Experiment was not Normal football predictions by Mike Rathet associated press sports writer new York a the National football league season reaches its Midway Mark this week with several critical games scheduled including a pfc Central struggle for supremacy Between Minnesota and Detroit that is enough to shake any selector. This one is no different and k the Vikings Lions match up does no to do it there a always Oakland Kansas City or Green Bay san Francisco two other games that have a distinct bearing on conference races. But pick we must. So Here goes Minnesota 24, Detroit 14�?the Vikings have allowed Only 39 Points including key Victory Over rams last week and Gary Cuozzo directs a precision Ball control offence. Lions Hurt by losing defensive end Joe Robb. Oakland 34, Kansas City 21 maybe the chiefs left their play Book at the super bowl. But they Haven to been the same since. Both teams chasing Den ver in acc West but it la be raiders who catch Broncos now that Dan Conners is Back at Midale linebacker _ Fairview a Larry finn gained 163 Yards on 16 carries to Lead the offence and Louis Stough tackled David Kincaid on the Cardinal four Yard line As time ran out to preserve a Fairview to 0 won Over Magnolia at Tate Field last night. The Victory the first conference win of the season May allow the cardinals to escape the cellar spot in the 4aa West standings. This game was just As highly contested As the a a big game of two years ago Between these two teams but this time on the other end of the standings Magnolia had won just one conference game. Fairview scored in the second period on an 80-Yard break away run by finn off right tackle. Rickey Bailey kicked the Pat. Magnolias most serious Chal ious Challenge came in the closing minutes of play As they took Over following a Short Fairview punt at the Cardinal 44. Seven plays were required before Steve Cantor hit Paul Kirkpatrick at the f18 with 46 seconds left in the game. Three plays later a pass interference on Fairview gave the panthers the Ball at the f5 wih 20 seconds Jeff. Following an incomplete pass Kincaid was stopped by Stough at the four and time ran out As Magnolia frantically tried to get one More play off the first period was mostly an Exchange of punts. Early in the second period James Moore returned a Panther punt to the f22 and on first play finn broke the distance for the Lone score. Later a Magnolia offensive threat was stopped by a Fumble recovery by Jerald Jones by a pass interception by Roy Wood a Fumble recovery by Clark Rogers and pass defend ing by Jackie Carter and Paul Simpson. The Cardinal Victory was a highlight of the Days Homecoming activities. The Fairview defensive line applied pressure at the right times and right places. Magnolia ran 36 plays in the last half to 16 by the cardinals and had a touchdown that was called Back on a penalty. Fairview had a Good first half both offensively and defensively. At the half Fairview had gained 147 Yards Rushing while holding Magnolia to 82. Prior to the game Queen Martha Stover and her court were presented to the audience. Maid of Honor was Wanna Ferguson and maids Barbara Evans Cynthia Patton Karen Martin Phyllis Kilgore and Ladonna Reynolds. The Fairview band put on an entertaining halftime show. Summary first Downs Fairview 6, Magnolia 13. Net Yards Rushing Fairview 169 Yards Magnolia 159 yes. Net Yards passing Fairview 0 Magnolia 42 Yards. Passes Fairview attempted 5, completed 0, had 1 intercepted. Magnolia attempted 13, completed 5, had 1 intercepted. Punts a Fairview 5 for 32 cd. Ave. Magnolia 5 for 34 cd. Ave. Penalties a Fairview 7 for 55 yes. Magnolia 4 for 46 yes. With four seconds to go the Camden panthers climaxed a most Brilliant comeback to defeat Hope bobcats 14 to 13 at Hope Friday night in a 4aa hard fought contest. Completed out played the first half the panthers came Back to erase a 13 to 0 deficit and score 14 Points in the half. Top heroes and there were lots of them for Camden were Kenny Morris who made the markers and Thomas Dansby who kicked both pats the last one with time running out to assure the Victory. Hope took a 13 to 0 Lead in first half scoring in each period As Camden could not get any offence unt racked and As plagued by seven penalties. Hope received and aided by a pass interference Call against the panthers went 60 Yards to score in the opening minutes. Massinelli went Over from the one. Candidate readies loser s speech Wilmington Del. A Elizabeth Kreshtool respects tradition. Therefore she a Busy preparing her losers speech for election night. Mrs. Kreshtool is the substitute democratic candidate for the Delaware legislature in a District where republicans have won for the last 114 years since the party was formed. She accepted the nomination last week after the original candidate pulled out but Only after being assured she would lose right away she won the endorsement of the procrastinators society of America which sent her a Telegram. She quickly took a Day off apparently fear ing her Campaign would Peak too soon. Then she selected a Campaign manager whose last candidate lost by 34,000 votes. After he disappeared her husband one Arm in a Sling stepped in to let out some More Slack. Wightman Harris had intercepted a Bobcat pass on the go Al line to halt the drive but the officials nullified it and bobcats got Ball on the Camden 12. Massinelli and Gary Whittington lugged it to the one and then the Hope signal caller sneaked Over. Tim White kicked Pat. Late in second period Ruy Pruitt intercepted St Panther pass on the c-33 and the bobcats went on to score again this time aided by another 15-Yard penalty. This put the Ball on Camden 19 and Massinelli promptly passed to buddy Indefenso was perfect while Chi Den could not Stop the Aerial game. Camden a defensive line played brilliantly throwing Massinelli for Many losses and also the other Hope backs. But on Long yardage the Bobcat Tosser would come through. Took the second half Kickoff Ort their own 36 and aided by a 15-Gram for the to. Whites of Cir As wide and that was costly. A a Camden could not Muster any first half drive with passes or being too Long or receivers letting them drop. Hopes f>33s Yard penalty against Hope Neyer lost the Ball marching 64 Yards to score. Gordon Parham and Keimr Morris did the Ball lugging Wim Kenny racing the last 23 to score standing up. Dansby kicked it to 13 to 7 and ibs fireworks were yet to com i despite Many heart area a penalties the panthers showed their True Mettle to bring a in i. The win. After an Exchange of pm a with Only a few minutes to Camden took Over on its 31� Tim Womack hit Chip with a pass to the 50, Ori Rof longest completions for Holny amp be the night. A 15-Yard Graben of face mask penalty put it ent Hopes 34. On a Slick play a Mack handed off to Foyil a then tossed a strike to tin a it i Quot the 24. Goodwin and Foyil got to Thor six and Kenny Morris then race de to the one but Cam ten a 13th penalty of the night arts App. Tion one set it Back Hope defenders interfered Rayford a try for a Parham pass and that put it on five. In first half Camden made Only 23 Yards ten of that on the ground but in the third period after halftime break coach George Burke got his team to Settle Down offensively the panthers controlled the game. They Camden Man held on marijuana charge Camden chief of police a b. Approximately 15 to 17 ounces Cole reported Friday afternoon of marijuana packaged in one that Chatten Richard Haynes ounce plastic bags. Officers jr., 25 of 823 Chestnut St., was said the value of the marijuana arrested Friday morning follow a ing a raid on his residence during which officers confiscated a Quantity of uncut marijuana. Cole said a search warrant was obtained from municipal judge Charles Plunkett As a result of a lengthy investigation and the obtaining of confident-1 Ial information. Cole stated that special investigator Andy Mckay and it. Jack Dews went to Haynes residence Friday morning and conducted a search of the pre Mise. They reportedly found Possession of marijuana. Bumpers wins mock election at of Arkansas by the associated press Democrat Dale bumpers has Defeated Republican gov win Throp Rockefeller in mock elections at the University of Arkansas Henderson and Hendrix colleges. In the lieutenant governor s race Republican Sterling r. Cockrill or. Defeated Democrat Bob Riley in All three votes. At the u of a bumpers polled 748 votes to 461 for Rockefeller and 29 for Walter Carruth the american party candidate. Cockrill had 707 votes to 497 for Riley and 25 for Hubert Blanton the american party candidate. In the attorney general a race Ray Thornton or. Had 1, 006 votes to 134 for John War Nock the american party candidate. There were 1,100 votes for the proposed new Constitution and 106 against. There were 1,238 students who participated in the vote. At Henderson bumpers received 405 votes to 225 for Rockefeller and 24 for Carruth. Cockrill received 314 votes to 310 for Riley whose Home town is Arkadelphia site of Henderson but who leaches at ouachita Baptist University in Arkadell Pula. Blanton received 19 votes. Bryant polled 352 votes to 250 for sheets. Thornton had 504 votes to 74 for Wamock. The new Constitution Ivas approved 527-104 at Hendrix College in Conway bumpers had 389 votes to 227 for Rockefeller and four Fror Carruth. Cockrill had 380 to 228 for Riley and two for Blanton Bryant had 314 to 275 for sheets Thornton �06 to 45 for Warnock _ the new Constitution was far big difference fair voted 5311-24. The Library tax views Larry finn 40 shown also was of avowed As was act 1 by Arrow was the big difference for repeal of the full Crew Laws in the game last night at Tate by a Vot p of 435-112.________ Field. Fairview won 7-0 and. Quot with Only four seconds to t Kenny raced around h end carrying two Hope. Cats with Hini. Thomas can by then calmly kicked it Between the uprights. Heroes of that defense besides Dishroom were Bihl if. Garner Calvin Johnson Jetra Jameson John Pickett acid eur Ard Harris. Then in the of Cpd drives the blocking of car Denis offensive line stood Utji these panthers moved opt that Beefy line and provided the Holsea for the winning scores. I summary .,1 first Downs Camden 9, Hope 13. Net Yards Rushing Caa amp a 113-yds. Hope 44-yds. Net Yards passing Camden 72 yes. Hope 117-yds.a passes Camden attempted i completed 5, had 3 intercept a. Hope attempted 15, completed 9 had 0 intercepted. Penalties Camden 7 % 75 yes. Hope 4 for 60 yes. Punts Camden 4 for 35 1 ave. Hope 6 for 25 cd. v would run from $200 to $300 one ounce when prepared properly will produce about 35 cigarettes according to police. Police also found a Hooka water cooled pipe commonly used to spoke marijuana inside the Home. Haynes has been charged with Possession of marijuana and has been released from custody after posting a $5,000 Bond. Haynes was arrested in Little Rock last May along with two others from Fayetteville for Newark . Apr when the Reform administration 1 of mayor Kenneth a. Gibson moved into City Hall nobody could figure out what was in the 15-foot-High steel vault that Hadnot been opened since 1964. Three months later work ten a joking about the a stashed there finally managed to swing the vaults foot thick doors open. Inside they found thousands of coupons once used to note interest payments on municipal Bonds several old drinking Alps and a 1944 Girlie Calendar. Finn scored an an 80 Yard he is shown Here on one of his gains. Other cardinals Are Jackie Carter 22 and Steve Burroughs 80. Ricky Moore 41 of Magnolia is at make the tackle. It was coming at Cardinal land. Photo by John Tapir

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