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Camden News (Newspaper) - September 13, 1954, Camden, Arkansas Temperature the Semoc Raturi for the 24 hour period ending 7 a. M. Monday was High 81. Low 49. River 4.40 feet standing. The news serving the South s Ideal Industrial area volume xxxv a number 120 Fly associated Preu Camden Arkansas monday september 13, 1954 up United Presa weather Arkansas a generally fair this afternoon tonight and tuesday expect widely scattered thundershowers Northwest portion late tuesday. Slightly warmer this afternoon and tonight. Price five cents Post office robbed Here Early sunday burglars break into Federal building the Post office was burglarized for the second time within a week sometime after 12 Midnight sat or div night. Ritchie Morgan Post a a master said that Early investigations revealed at least one cod package was stolen As the wrapper was found on the floor. Entrance was gained t through a Side window on the West Side of the building Between Silliman s furniture store and the Post office. The window had been broken and automobile casings had been stacked up so the intruder could climb up to the window As it was some distance from the ground. This occurred sometime Between 12 and 4 a. M. Sunday morning or. Morgan said As there is a clerk on duty until 12 and other employees come to work at 4 a. M. Each Moraine. Investigation is being conducted by the local police the Fri and postal investigators. After a More thorough Check is made it can be determined the exact amount taken. The officers have few clues to work with but every Effort will be made to locate the burglar. It. Smith Man to head credit group Little Rock up a Hugo sell Binder of fort Smith has been elected president of the Arkansas credit bureaus. Violent typhoon cuts wide Swath of death and destruction in Japan Tokyo in Pic violent tycoon i with 120,000 residents ,1 re two a Nave nov a i june Cut a. 300-mile wide path of 75,000 and no Beoka 88,000. A death and destruction across the the . Air Force said the f m Southern japanese Mainland today. Storm Center lumbering Northeast Jat least nine persons were dead Ward at 17 would move eight missing and 5,366 homeless across Western Honshu and into Dent and miss Frances Winter of Harrison Secretary treasurer. Board members Are William r. Arendt of Little Rock Urban Holland of Fayetteville c. E. Rhoads of Jena and mrs. W. W. Harrell of Jonesboro. U. S. Facing major disaster general blasts asian policy of nation Kyodo news service reported. The storm slammed into teeming Kyushu with winds up to 110 . Winds slackened to 90 . As the typhoon roared Inland. Three Southern Kyushu cities lashed by an 88 . Wind tidal Waves and cloudburst Rains were evacuated. They Are Miyazaki postmasters met in Camden More than 100 postmasters and postal officials attended the seminar and banquet of the Arkansas chapter of National association of postmasters at hotel Camden saturday. Harold Jinks of Piggott presided and Nellie j. Murphy of Calion vice president was in charge of the program for the banquet and handled arrangements. Ritchie Morgan of Camden was Host postmaster and was in charge of entertainment. William r. Sanders of Little Rock District manager of Arkansas and former postal inspector Washington w a Gen. James a. Van Fleet says the United states has failed to capitalize on free world strength in the far East and faces the Strong possibility of a catastrophe in Asia. Quot our read strength in the far racists in a Jea re Sil the was principal speaker on postal of Philippines and Japan Van Fleet fairs at the banquet he told of the said in a copyrighted article in the new vegi0nal plan and How the ar-s1�j11 mph ewes Ank 1um i Kansas District was in the st. Louis on sunday night sept. 5, there a offer in Keiths Miluso or isl re Ion this is a part of the de As an Rah Pru Mahn military Orino ral centralized plan for the Post of a \ fice department and the Arkansas but in the Eastern area of District office will now handle strength we have it 1 prevented Many problems such As personnel Japan from rearming 2 isolated j retirement and transportation the government of the Republic of Pra Zucally All the affairs of the China and 3 immobilized our Ost o files in this state win be Power in Korea by an armistice., j from the Luule Rock Dis. A so a sow red China with com strict except accounting he told the plete immunity in the North and postmasters. Decisions will be a reached More speedily and problems handled More easily under this new organization plan he said than in the past when All decisions had to be made at Washington with an overworked staff. Plans for zone meetings in the state were also announced by or. Sanders. One of these will be held was an attempted robbery made however after a careful Check nothing was found missing. The Glass panel in the door leading to or. Morgans office from the lobby had been removed. This happened Between 7 30 and 8 30 sunday night. California girl a wins title East is free to 1 consolidate within 2 move South against weakness and 3 talk Tough at any and ajl Van Fleet former commander by James p Tomi Ivy no of the 8th Arney in Korea it said he and Antic in y n j a 1 wrote the article a year �?o8� but a j did not make it Public. Now on his Fornitt in he Rmon oni h Call a return from a presidential Mission i nip a in Robes of j to Korea he said it quot is just As a Queen embarks on a year Long timely As when written quot whirlwind tour As the 1955 miss y a v att a Nen Luien America. I denouncing the armistice a Nineteen year old Lee Ann Merijo Van it want a Tny High san who j Korea and Indochina to the com if. My nests would mean that they e figure. The sea of Japan tomorrow. District cancer meetings set the annual series of fall training schools conducted by the a. Kansas division of the american cancer society will Start sept. 22 at Eureka Springs. District 5 which i includes ouachita county will be held at Magnolia inn in Magnolia on Friday oct. 1. District 5 is composed of Calhoun Cleveland Columbia Dallas ouachita Bradley and Union counties. A number from this county plan to attend. Escaped Felon surrendered Harrisburg Ark. Up a the second of three prisoners who escaped the Poinsett county jail Here last week surrendered at nearby Corner Eairly this morning. Nineteen year old Kenneth Dale spoon surrendered about 2 a. M. To officers who had established a Roadblock at the Community Between Here and marked tree. Still at to be armed is Kenneth Sullens 32, one of three men charged with the $3.000 robbery of a store at marked tree last june. After questioning spoon this morning. Police said Sullens May be on his Way to Memphis. Spoon Sullens and Stanley Miles a. 45-ar-old trusty escaped from the Poinsett county jail wednesday morning while the jailers wife was the Only person on duty. Miles surrendered that night in the area a North of Harrisburg where a posse was Hunting the men. Ii Puli in Camden in the near future Deputy sheriff Burl Barnet said postmasters of first second and j that Young spoon was bro1 it to ji1 third class Post offices will attend. Harrisburg Corner this morning by of political expedit Sanders has been in the his spoons Mother mrs. Ownie get said the. Loss of postal service for 38 years. Moore. In Chin to the com Rev it Roscoe Walsh of t1� Deputy said spoon told Himez a no special boy Friend in her would quot Irre Tibia overflow Jac kept the banquet Aydi Jice in laugh Sullens about Midnight and dry Ruth a a a a a told on. A Fey Ory at the Cosmus Ltd a a a Al a Uto the Deputy quoted Sosoon As. 191 Short pan Formosa Thailand. Burma to and the Philippines a probably ter a a or for 30 m nutes. He is a a Well known humorist and after so a. M��ht4� a added j a a a Escapee remarked a hat Hawas go a charmers saturday night were More enthusiastic Over Leeds measurements a which shape up this bust 34 Waist 22 and nips 35. A a fast go freight to a once the free world is shut off in ing to Cruch from these priceless raw materials. History of the association. _ michigan.�?�. What Hope remains for the a1 Rose was master of ceremony spoon told police that Sullens is Middle East for Africa or for eur Les. After the banquet Louise rus armed with a Butcher knife and ice in her first interview with news rape or for us As a Soldier 1 can Sel and Ier orchestra played for pick but no gun. Men yesterday Lee confided that Only Admire the Brilliant simplicity dancing. Officers have renewed she did no to think shed give in ref a 01 their Battle Chart a among the state postal officials j search for Sullens aided by Olyou Monroe much Competition and that Van Fleet termed the korean a at the banquet other than mrs. I hounds being brought in from of the new a a Flat look by dior a came most Lee a profound mistake which Murphy and or. Sanders were Ceola. Just in time to save i a the american people. Should r. V. Ogden formerly superintend As for roman c a Lee said j Greet. With a sense of ent of mails at Helena now of the a there s no one special and that quot por an armistice is indicated i District office Little Rock c. E. She Only had a some very Good i 0nly when a political settlement Temple postal inspector. Little i is in s1ght.�?� he continued. A and Rock Mark Craigh. Of Russellville i across the world in Tokyo one clearly to me at least we had no president elect of the Arkansas of when g00d friends quot a army pvt. J Jasis in or on. Either in Korea or chapter Joe Hornberger. Of a John a Riveroll of san Jose j anywhere else in Asia for the Nila. Secretary treasurer. Mrs. Calif., hooted with excitement Kremlin s major plans remained Temple mrs. Sanders and mrs. S quot won unchanged ,. Craig were also at the banquet Ujj a in our obligations to our United Puy Griffin of camde0. Suprin for Alderman of ward�?o2 at �?zv1v�hr�n�, i nations allies i see nothing which indent of the mails be s soon Cle it tion nov. 2. Compelled us to surrender to the to take a Post in the distinct office communist chinese the initiative m Little Rock. He left sunday for in the War. And with these Distant st. Louis and a five weeks train . Political committees in ing course command of our Battle lines we had to put aside All the. Great Les sons we bad Learned from american military your Superb fighting men plus the equally Superb divisions of the korean Republic might have engaged and destroyed the enemy. Instead they became pawns of than diplomatic j Van Fleet said he does not be Bayou methodist Church sunday live the russians would have was attended by More than 100 peo come to the Aid of the chinese pie. A. The morning service Rev. Reds had the . War Effort been1 h ,1l�?ot chides ii i each extended to bomb chinese bases. Or 9th year at this event. A a a a �?z.�?z1 at noon a Basket picnic lunch was our Bald it is inc once i served on the a grounds in front of dad quot a in new Job a Charles Irwin Schottland is the new commission of social Security. Previous to his appointment by president Eisenhower he was director of the California department of social welfare. Lone Bandit robs Oklahoma Bank picker. Okla a Lone ban Dit robbed the Picher state. Bank at gunpoint today escaping with an Enderlc ruined amount of Moti i by. Bank vice president Ralph Chambers who said the gun was shoved a Knght into my belly a reported the robber scooped up what Money was in sight and fled. He was described As a White Man about 40 years old 5 feet 8 inches Tali with Light Brown hair. Tiie Bajic it reportedly escaped in a 1954 Oki Mobile automobile in the Dimun of Baxter Springs Kan. Opponents quit assessor race Pine Bluff. Ark. W a Joe Truthman who led a special democratic primary for Jefferson county assessor apparently Lias been assured of nomination and subsequent election with the with rests. In tried i,350 voted Only of a majority in a special primary last tuesday to nominate a successor to the late Henry y Williams Williams died shortly before the regular democratic primary in which he was unopposed for a fourth term. Joe Holloway who ran second id of six with 618 votes bounced his withdrawal from the Runoff scheduled sept. 21. De Snuggs jr., who had announced he would oppose the democratic nominee for the tax assessors Post in the general election said he will not run. So has Guy she went steady with quot that they weren to engaged but that he a was quot working on it quot sixth grader kills father Zanesville Ohio Wpm policy a said sixth grader David Larry Ingles 12, admitted shooting his father to death yesterday after com a ring Home from sunday school. Chief George Hodgson and Muski Ngum county prosecutor Joseph Mcnerney said David in a. Signed statement admitted he had planned for two or three weeks to kill his two Bayou Church Homecoming annual Homecoming at two w. T. Ong enters Council race this newspaper is authorized to announced candidacy of w. T. eneral on nov 2, or. Ong has been a resident of Camden for 38 years and is a Well know i accountant. He was accountant for the Rockwell manufacturing company for Many years and is now connected with the grape the company Here. He has always taken an Active. Part in the civic and business at purity Council at the summer fairs of this City. The news asks that the voters live his candidacy careful and serious consideration prior to the election. Young yugoslavs flee from reds Security Council to defend areas Denver w president Eisenhower said today the National Security Council has reaffirmed american policy of defending a the interests of the . Wherever they May the president made the statement to newsmen in discussing an extraordinary session of these �,�zma�z�\, ��,.�?o���?o.>1 he a a a a a a a Jurch that. Is Over , a a Smay a Foggia Italy Young yugoslavs w 12 a thirteen men and a White House yesterday. The meeting was called by the chief executive to discuss global strategy for Deang with the red threat abroad. After the session. Secretary of Siatt Dulles declared that american military might will thwart any chinese communist assault against nationalist Formosa. But the Secretary kept the communists guessing As to whether the was to me. A the threatened me and Mother a thousand while they still Lack the atom bomb j uwocauon0 of a a use a serv to quot a a Oso bombers necessary to Knock a 8ulrinjl Asso action held annual Uge 1 .1 t i fall program at the Church. Singers quot but if we still have time i Don to from various parts of South a say time is on our Side. Attended. A we have been solely reoccur any former residents of the two Bayou Community 14 Miles West of Camden came Back for this event. Some of these from other states. Nehru summons atomic leaders new Delhi prime minister Nehru told parliament today he is summoning an All India atomic Energy conference Here some time in november to promote the development of atomic Power for peaceful purposes in Indle. Nehru said the conference would .4 be restricted to Indian scientists quot with no invitations Gong to outsiders. United states will go to the de boat at nearby Vieste today said of the chinese. Nationalist they had fled their communist of Quemoy which has been a. A ,411oon u. Ouachita Homeland and asked political ret Ender Shell fire from the red Mainland. Ouachita fair opens today with Parade Gates to 1954 exhibits opened after 5 p. M. The ouachita county fair and livestock show opens today with a Street Parade in the Down town Section of the City at 5 a m. All exhibits will be in place and entered ready for the judging which will take place tuesday. The first of two Road amusement shows arrived sunday and is being set up today. The Midway will be open until 12 Midnight through saturday. A second Road show will arrive wednesday and be open along with the first one for the remainder of the fair week. The fair grounds at Harrell Field j was a scene of activity this morning As live Stock was trucked into the grounds and exhibits entered and placed into positions. A number of Booths have been set up in attractive formations also. All judging will take place tuesday and Blue red and White ribbons awarded designating the champions. The judging on the poultry canned foods clothing and Flower arrangements will take place tuesday morning. Tuesday afternoon the Swine rabbits Thrift exhibits household arts a baked foods Field crops and educational Booths will be judged. The Public will be permitted to witness the judging of All cattle on tuesday night at 7 30 p. M. In the Rodeo Arena. There will be a j Parade of the champions and free i entertainment will be provided. special feature of the fair is free to everyone and has not been set up for spectators observation in previous years. Orval Childs of Southern state College n Magnolia w ill conduct the judging for the cattle and Swine. Other judges will be poultry and rabbits o. J. Seymour distinct supervisor of agriculture education Arkadelphia Field crops. Nolan Grace vocational agriculture teacher of Sparkman floriculture mrs. Walter Tate and mrs. J. H. Hughes of Camden. Tire following women will judge the women a division mrs c. C. Darden of Al Dorado mrs. Fred Spears of i . Mrs. L. O. Bass of Mcneil Ark., and mrs. Boyd Green of Emerson Ark. Judges for the negro division mrs. Marguerite Williams of Al Dorado. Mrs. Emma Scott of Magnolia w. M. Pierce of Al Dorado and w. R. Dansby of Magnora. One of the outstanding attraction of the fair will be an Amateur Talent contest to be held at the fair grounds wednesday night september 15. There will be a number of performers from All Over the county including vocalists and instrumentalists. The contest will be held immediately following the crowning of the ouachita county fair Queen wednesday. A Herb Haren of Pine Bluff will direct the show and be master of ceremonies the first place Winner will appear on Herb Haren s a search for Talent contest on a Pine Bluff to a How. Manv other Cash prizes and awards will be Given to the first second and third place winners. Haren will arrive in Camden wednesday in his famous Talent car which travels All Over Arkansas searching for hidden Talent. Melvin Stevens manager of the fair announces the following judges for the contest Jack Carnes of Camden Well known judge of Beauty and Talent contests throughout the state Bill Black from the Little Rock Junior chamber of Commerce and or. Dolph Camp president of Southern state College in Magnolia. In making the announcement. Stevens said that entries will be received until tuesday night sep 14. Entries May be either a group of performers or individual con tenants must be at least 10 pc of age. Men s chorus to meet tonight the menus chorus will hold first meeting of the fall season tonight at 7 30 p. M. At the methodist Church educational building. President Bud Carter urges All members and other men interested in singing to attend. Plans for 1954-55 season will be made. U. S. Policy keeps chinese Eisenhower gets report from Dulles . Secretary says a s. Might to halt reds by Marvin l. Arrowsmith american Hopes to confuse reds in Quemoy Denver i Pic Secretary of Staje Dulles a fresh from global Strat Esy conferences with president Eisenhower and the National be purity Council a says american military might will thwart any chinese communist assault against nationalist Formosa. In his informal statement to newsmen Eisenhower said that at the top secret Council meeting a no specific decisions were advanced for action a Dulles hinted in Advance. Of the meeting yesterday communists guessing whether this snecifip3 so u i on c in liw will fir lit for Perl pec1"c to Kcjr a Lull , to qum of As related to Overall de Washington up policy is to keep a american the chinese country will fight for red threat end Quemoy. That just about sums up the answers newsmen obtained in questioning Secretary of state Dulles today As he flew into Washington from Denver. He stopped at the. Summer White House there on his Way Back from the Orient to report to president Eise Shower and the National Security Council. The Secretary waved aside most queries bearing on the nationalist held which has been the. Tar get of heavy shelling from the i a a. Communist chinese Mainland. The i a h costs of the. Imit bombardment has coincided with s7. May Iti a j \ to Miiko heft or ring tent in n loud talk from the reds about i liberating Formosa the main j nationalist stronghold. Finally Dulles was asked if Iti lsi�?ze0 2� Mil a it Tiona Lisl outpost . Or it broke into a laugh and replied fens of Formosa by the . 7th Fleet in the event of a red assault on that chinese nationalist bastion. Eisenhower said today , the meeting amounted to a merely consulting together As to the place of the United states m the world today in that particular troubled of the Western Pacific and reaffirming our Devotion to certain he added a these Are. Of course to defend United ise to make better partners of old , and to get new friends wherever we can. A and of course where our vital interests demand it to support quot and you the Secretary said he had nothing to add to his statement yesterday in Denver. At Denver Dulles had repealed earlier statements that it up o the military a in the first instance own the president said yesterdays Security Council meeting the first Ever held outside of Washington a was unprecedented but it was also very he said he. Had not met. With the Council for More than two weeks acid that Dulles return or. Tom Dunn leases Hospital to say what islands to defend in from the Orient provided an of carrying out americans Basic de-1 port Unity tor the Council to review vision to defend Formosa. J the situation in the 1ar East. J a we met m order that All of i together could have the Benefit of his observations and the details of j is report Eisenhower declared Dulles arrived in Washington this Morimi and there u is american policy to keep the chinese communists guessing As to or. Tom l. Dunn of the Calhoun whether the United slates will tie county clinic has leased the Cal Eucl Quemoy. Houtie county Hospital and All equip a Eisenhower s statement today Merit and was approved by the was made before newsreel and newly appointed Board of governs television cameras ors for the Hospital and county before yesterday Council ses judge Asa l. Johnston. Or. Dunn Sion. Eisenhower conferred with becomes sole Lessee and operator Fri Chiei j. Edgar Hoover and of the Hospital. I atty. Gen. Brownell on the red the lease is for 10 years with threat on the Home Ironi. option for succeeding 10-Ycar per that conference. Hoover and brow gods. Conditions must be mutually Nell declared the s agreed upon at such renewal of goal to utterly destroy me the lease. Communist partly is the United All the construction and equip states Niento of the Hospital has been paid than Eisenhower. Dulles. Vice for in full by Calhoun county. President Nixon and other mein there Are no Bonds or indebted Bers of the National Selt Uris Ami it Ness against the Hospital and there a i Mcl Jor three Louis m sex trait re no taxes levied for construct Ordinary session Lor to up it Iet Ion and support of it. No Federal of the comm Nisi Aid was sought or received in build a a Broad a particular i it in the i or ing the Hospital. East the provisions of the lease Ade a muted us a Vance of that cd or the Intel ests Ijlal Yle Rouneil might of the county. The lease is on file jul Salt to. A a l it a. A m the clerks office at Hampton. 0i1 uie que on a Moi w or. Dunn and mrs. Dunn a Reg american detente of the nation estered nurse have been operate Allm ,.sland of Qusim a essential to Altex Tive Heieie told new ing the Hospital for some time under the permission of the county a ourt. The Calhoun county Hospital is modern in every detail and facilities Are equal to any other such Hospital in South Arkansas. Hampton officials said. Banquet for Church group in . Iii n mini quot in the list instance quot Liat is a ques Tiomi tor americans military meets to decide he added Inai Eien Hower and the o of i in a Subt r. Of Kelt or y c in \ Zouki Tud tue Anin Niiha armed Jorjees a Kariei by would hot uleces Ai ily a Olius in adm. Arthur w. Karl on hair Naii of the joint Cynel. Cd 1 Scalf the Milita member of Ine �?�.�?�-t in and he wa.-. Oli Hari a of ye.,-terua.y�?Ts meeting the in to e ver yield outs if wishing Ion. Ban that a your team s losing Fajr Alna better Call that repair a hop la the new Yaj want Ada and Tell pm our radio a Aii Uto blink quot led with preparing for that Lull scale global War which May never come and have been Blind to the tepid wars which the Kremlin is winning and which now threaten to outflank the free world a if this trend of the last eight years continuous we would lose world War Iii Long before it begins weekly report of police department the Camden police department reported that 26 persons were a ested in Camden for Law violations during the week ending today from monday. September 6 through sunday september 12 inclusive. Eight persons were arrested for drunk Neiff and two for Drunken driving. Two mexicans Are being held in the City jail for investigation and police picked up a teen aged negro girl last week for insanity. Other arrests were. Four for disturbing the peace three for speeding three for no Drivers License three for investigation three for running red lights one for fighting one for permitting cows to run at Large in the City units one for violating the parking ordinance one for improper lights on vehicle one for double parking one for carrying a concealed weapon. Death toll for state increased by tiie associated 1 it Ess two week end deaths a brutal Daying and the death of a Young Mother who died of injuries she suffered last wednesday brought Arkansas violent death toll to six for the week that ended sunday Midnight. The battered body of j. Kenneth Taylor 31, n. Walnut Ridge High school teacher was found sunday in a Field a bout 15 Miles South of Walnut Ridge. Officers were led to the body by Rudy Thomas Hickman an awol Sailor who told police he had pistol whipped the victim. I mrs. Calvin Boone 22, of vant Buren died at a fort Smith Hospital of injuries she received wednesday in a car train Accident at inn Buren. The Accident already had claimed the life of her 18-Mnnth-old son Tony. Two other persons also died in traffic mishaps during the week. One death was listed As suicide old timers keep going a a you be got to have a Hobby. It Keps you thais the philosophy of Theodore a. Fogier. I 80, left oldest competitor at the National Rifle and pistol matches at Camp Perry Ohio. He a a retired Cincinnati mailman. At 90. Harley h. Lyons right still puts in a 48-hour work week Anil does t plan to retire until he a 100� for the oat aim and a construction worker died at Barley s been working at a grand Radii v Pink Bluff of injuries he received i �4 he Deli is who it he fell into a Cement cd Wren 1 of cont a working. Men in service get ballot forms Washington w a the de sense department said today the services Are now handing Oul postcards to their men in the United states so they May request Absentee ballots tor the coming general elections. 1 Federal Law requires that the quot re applications be handed to men stationed in the u a by sept. 15. Overseas distribution was made by Aua 15 to recent years the department and the services have been working to make it easier Lor servicemen to Vole Absentee. To Aid in a Quick Roum Tnp the Post office and defense heart ment have locked arms. As soon is the Serviceman drops his postcard application into his unit mail Box special speedy handling starts. Since the election balloting Materia,1 is All marked As such sorted from other types of mail put in special tagged mail bags and air mailed free to destination. In the past this Type of handling has lessened the Chance of Biu lots not being on time for the election deadline defense officials said Missouri ibid Arkansas do not require registration by servicemen and will accept their requests for ballots until nov. L. In Arkansas the ballot must be returned by nov 2, while in Missouri it must be returned by nov. 3, the annual appreciation Quet of the sunday school of for ii methodist Church will be held wednesday night at 7 p m in the menus Bible class room. Speaker will be Rev Rufus Sorrells of Malvern formerly pastor at Chidester. The workers conference is sponsor of the banquet and the Martha club will serve. This is the quot kick off quot meeting for the fall Church program. All teachers officers. Their husbands and , and workers in the Church school will be quests of the Church. More than 125 arc expected. Auto Agency burglarized the Lloyd Jack motors inc., the Agency located on a Jefferson Street across the Street from the county court House was burglarized Over the weekend and 110,00 in change taken Irons in coca cola machine. The burglary was discovered monday morning but is believed to have taken place saturday Luht or Early sunday morning. The Buu Lar gained Entrance through a id window next to the methodic t Church leads into the garages it it lion. The Coke machine had mams on it showing where some instrument had been used to pry it open possibly a Mechanic s tool. The Post Olike directly behind the Lincoln Mercury Agency on Washington st., also was burglar Laed at approximately the same time it is believed. Officers Are conducting a joint investigation of the two burglar ii. But what he recommended with Mil v. A in a i met a numb in respect a it Quimo it the Council decided deep Serri when headed Bat k to Washington plane la1- Mhz. The . To Fleet is under i a Tancill Odic Pic of Eri Foi Osa 1 he bastion of the chinese nationalists Troni an a Sault by the chinch h a the big unanswered quest Ion Lus been a Ano still c Nenei orders Quemoy. Lir lii it Mainland Dulles far fas dined to what of i so Calll it willed attack a it id who ilex a 11 e 1 or it a say Cate to a a a a he pm tin Irani i i i v lev flee red i let 0 jul to May a in have received or will i 1 Cal in it cd a a Atli Elm mov. A that obviously would not be in j the National interest quot the Cne tar declared. He did add 1 quot Al think that the que. Non of the i Desense of Quemoy up mar a a matter related tin1 . Formosa and it is in is Cun id ered and studied in t is it a h his assertion that Ann near mll-1 Flarv Milit can turn balt k and item chinese assault on Formosa came in response to a i us a it on a it to it whether the United state. Inc any i inn for retaking Formosa i it should tall to the co mums. He termed the of sixth to of such a development quot so total and us Terly Remote a that he doubts such j a plan Ltd is then Dull a a went on to Sav quot i am convinced in the of All i know that it is not possible for the chinese communists under any circumstances to take Fol Niota As against such opposition As we would interpose quot t

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