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Camden News (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Camden, Arkansas La si43 Yards Armony Grad b hit Harmony get to end Camden Ark. News saturday october 31, 1970 Copen school menus tossed salad Rolls fruit Cobbler milk. Xuan in mint Morgen riv0 1.1 Anding citizens. Pm. By ath Easby monday nov. 2 hamburgers lettuce amp. I Ickles French Fries Csirip peaches cookies milk. Tuesday nov. 3 bears and Ham co ked cabbage Tomalo sap Neap it be pudding Corn cake. , milk. Wednesday Ivov. 4 beef vegetable soup crackers a nut Sandwich Carrot Apple salad fruit cock mail cake. Milk. Thursday nov. 5 meat Loai with sauce crari1ie j Pota Jpe string Beans Rolls fruit a feud i bars milk. Men would also try to bring additional Revenue into the am amp a greens beet pickles Hombre a Butr milk jello. Wednesday foot. 4 dry milk Orange jello. I thursday nov. 5 Mac oni Beans stewed potatoes Tonia y Friday nov. 6 Ohar Broil and Chili Green Beans Carrot toes com bread. Cookies. Milk. To �?�7.hamburgers pickles baked bread milk French a thursday nov. Hot tamale recruit Stu Beans Corn chips Apple sauce pie co Bacler. Ipie Green Beans Carrot and Fairview menus Coconut cookies milk. Cabbage Jad hot Rolls Icem. Noodles buttered Corn Green cookies. Tuesday nov. 3 breaded Saiad hot Rollis butter milk a Strung ass t Harmony Grove menus Terai to chips Apricot a bread milk. A Campaign of the revolutionary War. Tnp by Tipp Ai k a 1, milk Apple pie. Tuesday nov. 3 Hamm Gers i Quot a a the . Department of the Petines Day nov. 4 Vienna buns mashed potatoes on i a a a mph Cine in ii agric Hure has sent Liaison sausage chopped Kraut purple ions pickles sliced tomatoes p men to at least 14 predominant Huir peas Carrot , hot milk ice Cream. Rice pud dog milk. Roll butter milk Brownie f riday nov. 6 hot tamales Cav sup dry Beans Terni r tuesday a nov a �?T3 Turkey institutions wednesday nov. 4 Fried dressing a amp Gravy English Thui a do a nov 5 meat loaf porch Catsup great Northern peas or Stabert sauce he a he in a each Colleeen Sasu a s re Cele Slaw com bread Rons Oala Eal cake milk. A a Quot Fri production to business a Iii a Ture. Or. Richard n. Jorgensen will serve As a Liaison Hian to am amp no so Gri cult re department. Or. Lawry hcs a. Davis a Railroad unions and Railroad manage that Railroad unions and Railroad managements should determine the size of train Crews in Arkansas As they do in other states. It should not be a question of Law. It is a ques Tim George t. Graham former brakeman and now general manager. Pol and paid for by George t. Graham expert shoe repair we mend the rips. Patch the holes. Build up the heels. And save the sole Swann s Shoi store 112 Adams 836-3335 elect Bettye Wallace for a qualified working county clerk your and support will be appreciated pol. Adv. Paid by . Beaver a 4 governor Rockefeller pledged to increase Aid to the aged and needy up to $100 per month he kept los will a governor Rockefeller has be his word to the senior citizens i Arkansas. He has tree Ted us Sii first class citizens. I a time after time governor Rockefeller and his administration have put our interests Firsti he can do More for our senior citizens than anyone a Mcghee retired Farmer this and paid for by Bill Mcghee of Perry Arkansas blot so tip Kimmi hts Presk lentil Bolanis have All found that a four Man Crew inadequate a a a f Ilsen Hoffr Johnson Kennidy Nixon and yet Only Arkansas requires a Sahnan Crew on trains. Iii boards serving under presidents Eisenhower Kenned Johnson and Nixon All ruled that the addition off a fireman to a train Crew does not result in greater safety. The head brakeman performs the Fame Lookout function. Impartial boards a Iso ruled that three brakeman Are not required for Safe operation Only Are Cansas requires three brakeman and a Niy Arkansas requires that a train Crew cont of six men. Safety is not a Factor. The railroads pid Tho unions have agreed that Small iwo crows Are Safe. Yet these a Orson and buggy Laws prohibit a Kansoo railroads from operating under Thoi agreements. Even after these out dated Low atm repealed two men will ride in Tho cob of the engine at All times to Oscuro a Safe and adequate Lookout Hood keep Arkansas moving ahead oof our state up to Date in Railroad operations. Let Arkansas railroads by agree ment with their employees unions determine the size of train crows of they do in nearly All other stat tfx a this is 1970. Not 190n update Arkansas Rel tical and paid for by George t. Craham

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