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Camden News (Newspaper) - September 19, 1945, Camden, Arkansas Vol. Xxx no. It wimm merry-60-Roundh it my Liaison or l surplus property Board Rives states of by generals a a packing rouses congressional ire Bilbo rises Early of necessity. Washington a state and local government purchasers Are getting ready to make a Long list of charge yes against Stuart Syminton a surplus property Board. They claim that the Board has completely ignored the Legal preference states and cities Are supposed to receive in the Sale of surplus goods. According to the surplus prop erty act agencies of the Federal government Are to have the first Chance to buy surplus military goods with state county and municipal governments offered the next Chance. It. Actually however the purchasing agents for local and state governments complain that they Are being by passed wherever possible. A Senate committee investigator checked at fort Meade last week to discover that a Fleet of used army trucks was being sold to dealers Only without state or local representatives being Given even an invitation to bid. One of the most flagrant cases is reported at fort Bragg n. A. Where the surplus property Board j okayed an army move to sell tire manufacturers several acres of used truck tires at $30 per ton. The tires were declared class cd by the army suitable for repair for civilian use. % however the state of North 9 Carolina heard about the Deal. Like Many other states North Carolina has had to delay considerable Road work because it could not get tires to equip state vehicles. So a tire specialist was sent Over to examine the tires at fort Bragg and found that they would be an excellent buy for state use. He was not permitted to buy any of them however. Instead car loads have been going out at t$30 a ton to u. S. Rubber company and other rubber manufacturers. Who Are re Selling them at $40 per ton to Independent tire repair companies. Once repaired these tires Are put on the Market at ceiling prices for used tires. �?�0 while North Carolina la liable w to get any of mime tire to Carload of them was delivered Only last week to the Goodrich Agency in Raleigh the state Capitol for repair and re Sale at ceiling prices. State agents were told also by i fort Bragg s Salvage officer capt. J v. V. Jones that 2,000 class c tires repairable for army use recently have been declared sur-1 plus. So far states and cities have not been permitted to bid on these i army discharges representative Lyndon Johnson i of Texas is preparing to blast the i army regarding the following Point in the muddled discharge situation the army a announcement that men with 45 Points or More will j not be sent to the Pacific Means that More than 2,000.000 men will neither be sent overseas nor released. In other words men with Between 45 to 80 pouts will have to Mark time in this country do a ing nothing. Another blast that congressmen plan to launch against the army is illustrated by the remark of maj. I a Gen. Elwood r. Quesada of air Force counterintelligence. Gen negro woman is victim off old Confidence game insurance policy on son in army is stolen results of Florida Hurricane oldest of All Confidence games a Pigeon dropping netted a negro couple $980&Quot Here tuesday and left Edna Walker negro woman who resides West of Camden North of Troy out on Highway 4, a sad and much Wiser woman. Police today were searching for the Confidence gang and a third party is also sought As a Quot tip off Confederate was necessary to cheat the negro out of her Money. Money that she had planned to go to Illinois to buy a Home and Money that was part of an insurance policy for the death of her son who was killed overseas while serving with the u. S. Army. Sometime Atter noon. Chief of police Bernard Cole Learned Edna while walking in front of Snow hardware company on South Adams Street met a negro woman who seemed in great pain and who said she had just been to the dentist. Edna had just arrived in Camden aboard the Rosston bus and was walking up town from the bus station. While Edna tried to console the other negro her attention was called to a negro Man who had just stooped to pick up something in front of Morgan amp Lindsey a this Man looked up and saw the two negro women watching him so he walked across the Street and asked them if they saw him pick up a this fat pocketbook displaying a bulging Wallet. Both women said they did and they got in conversation and walked several blocks and the two Crooks led Edna Down Jackson Street to Pope and then sprang their trap. Telling her if she would put up All the Money she had to show Good Faith the other two would put up theirs and then All three would Divide the Money found in the pocketbook. The same old ending to this Story was that Edna put up her insurance Money Money collected from her dead son and the other no put up nothing and ran Awa with her $980. Description of the negroes was secured and local county and state officers Are searching for them and the third party who is bound to have tipped off the two that Federal Check on inflation in Home building new restrictions put into effect by opa new War criminal list prepared by Allied Comman Washington. Sept. 19 a up a the government set up some peacetime barriers against inflation to Day after knocking Down some wartime Barrier to a free Economy. Opa prepared to limit rigidly the costs entering into new Home building which opens up october 15 hers refrigerators and similar awaited products. To Speed the Sale of vast War de a Bill creating a single and Strator of the surplus property d. Another War Agency the of today a Outlook by Dewitt Mackenzie a foreign affairs analyst Russia s Aims in Mediterranean no cause for alarm quietly but inevitably Moscow is Tokyo. Sept. 19 a it apr general Macarthur Headquarters an i trounced today it would Issue soon a new and lengthy list of suspected japanese War criminals while reliable japanese sources predicted an imminent purge of reaction amp by elements in the Cabinet of brainier Higashi Kuni. Although it cannot put a ceiling on staking claims to trusteeship Over us a q Al Quot a a the final Price of the House. Important italian colonies which Ujj Jav t5d f Mai these developments marked the would extend Russia s already vast j foal further March of reconversion in. Influence the length of the medi site de it up less and government i Terrane an Ion g dominated by opa told retailer finally and j England. I 8. °2? nicely a that wartime increases this column a few Days ago de-1 up ,. Manufacturing costs Are not to scribed the Mediterranean theatre passed on to the Public in the1 As Quot one of the most important it Foj Foj. Or of higher prices for new zones strategically on the face of _ a Macarthur s the i repeat it with em-1 a Phasis for soviet foreign minis sri miss Pudish ter Molotov a who is in London a Nail for the conference of the Bis five demonstrating its resolve to Council or Ore in Minster has Kip on the conquered now not Only made it Clear that j f ?ese.-. Head it Luar Fri a i Russia is anxious to obtain a foot a j?.�?~ Tokyo news hold on that great sea but he has Pap l. J English language nip a Lead of to the specific was Ordema go min. Lites before press time to withhold publication of its thursday in Orn edition not because o objects liable material but because its re tors had failed to submit for Over the North african Colony Tripoli Tania. Then in More Posi pm of five Strain he added change of foreign mutely a i will not conceal soviet inter-1if?�?T ests in Eritrea the italian Colony i l f paper Asahi was 4jr Bing and lying on the red sea and adjoin Ling Ethiopia Llars and beyond that he did t go. There id be uni have been rumours that Moscow As Are seeks trusteeship Over the do dec Cery store renese islands which Greece wants charges for returned to her. These lie at the of economic killed off. The Brooking a a a powerful r wages rate 5000,000 ted next Bing to by 1948. Chester by to Antres on Given us Aims of the soviet Union. Or. Molotov told the press ter Day that Russia is interested italian colonies and that tin a a Grain of truth in the re that she wants sole trustees action by reconversion director top photo pictures a Daylight shot of the Richmond naval base hangar fire showing i John v Snyder in ordering ail s5s,.htojm. Set and we i the wreckage of Navy Tbs planes in the fore Jinn a. Tho Hanger burned Aurine thei a chief Cole War Redall negroes height of the Hurricane which caused a estimated $50,000,000 property damage in Florida new Home construction the build not to Trust any strangers As far Bottom photo shows an overturned piano rain soaked hymn books and wrecked wooden to desp pc a Funru son Doc a. Money is concerned and also 1 pews to Mark the site once occupied by id. photo e dropped a hint to Whites to be j a a. Leery of any a get Rich Quick p i a Dufini Bowles reported ounce stricter lumber hard other building n his plan is to cents ceilings i form in every opals ceilings items. Contractors roof laying and other building serv m0uth of the Aegean sea and so ices also would be tightened up. Are sentinels Over the Western in for people who want to buy new trance to the Dardanelles Strait houses this leaves two notable that seac s to the Black sea. Mos gaps in Price controls the Price Cove has remained silent on of the lot and the Price of the com Point but has been pressing plated dwelling. Readjustment of turkish control of j latter who also is cruet. However construction of a an in the Dardanelles so As to guarantee Secretary was named by Mac air proof dented number of Low Cost Russia free passage of this sole Llor Ltd a n be in is. 9.e dwellings for Low income families Between the Black sea a Jack. Dragon society but it wits was predicted by Joseph e. Mer and the Mediterranean. Understood american authorities Rion president of the National As Ujj Vou we j at your maps of Bac taken no action against Hup. Socia Tion of Home builders. T be Mediterranean theatre the in order to give the japanese Merrion acclaimed yesterdays picture of what is happening will Ern ment time to prove its Contes Clear Tripoli Tania is Midway of woj that he the Mediterranean and is an im-1. The japanese Predi a pm Yhr port ant base. Eritrea which lies i met resignation a a at the Southern Mouth of the red j by is sea. Would be calculated to insure Prince Higashi Kuusi right of Way through that body of they expected to leave. Water and the sue canal which Deled to skip publication tor two Days for printing inflammatory articles. The sources who spoke of impending Cabinet resignations said vice Premier Prince fume Mayo Konove probably would Lead the list. He is a minister without portfolio. Two other Cabinet members without portfolio who May step Down at the same time. Hie this sources sad it Are la. Gen Toshichi for to Obata and Taketo Aggatha. The. A 1 Cabinet a fully tement. 500,000 new of any schemes. A you can to get something for nothing and there is no use trying a the chief said. Of demands arrest off Jap emperor Washington sept. 19�?<a a soldering congressional dissatisfaction with peace terms imposed upon Japan flamed today with a demand by senator Russell a a for the arrest of emperor Hirohito As a War criminal. The Georgia senator decried in an address prepared for Senate de it livery what he described As a i Quot soft peace developing for Japan j he said if present policies Are continued a we Are headed for com j plete failure and another War Quot in j the Orient. Russell was the first to bring be i fore the Senate complaints about j. The arrangements under which eral Quesada admitted to his staff Japan surrendered. \ of 28 officers that it had been rec several of his colleagues have commended they be Cut to a peace voiced similar dissatisfaction Pri time of five officers. Lately since the peace terms were a but a he added a i m letting signed. Sailors serve on same ship Hallie Nutt son of Walter j. Nutt of Thornton and Leonard Bowen son of Rev. J. L. Bowen of Bearden entered the service together took their Basic training together wore assigned to the same ship and served in the same theater of War together going through each Battle together. Both Are in the South Pacific now and sent the attached from there together. It was mailed aug. 20 to or. Nutt at Thornton. Leonard Bowens father is Rev. J. L Bowen pastor of Assembly 1 of god Church at Bearden. The following is an account of the uss Ringgold on which Nutt and Bowen served on the night of july 30, 1945. Temperature temperature period ending a in in the 24-hour 1 a. In. Wednesday was High 92. Low 58. River 5.75 feet falling. Rainfall .42 Inch. Jap newspaper tells of plot Detroit labor strife studied he a settles should by started during connects it with the Mediterranean 1946. Seven fat to for a fifty thousand can be built in 1947. And the goal Tokyo sept. 19 a it up Tokyo newspaper Maini Elii Day that a group of Young took Over control of the Imperial Palace aug. 15 in an attempt to prevent emperor Hirohito from announcing Japan a surrender Manichi said the officers killed it. Gen. Mori commander of the Imperial guards imprisoned Gen. Shigeru has Numa chief aide de by Harold w. Ward Washington sept. 19 a Pic labor Secretary Lewiss b. Schwelm Lenbach armed with new authority carried out today his Promise to Quot get right Square in the mid Dler of Detroit s troubled labor situation. Of 1.000,000 or More Homes a year should be reached by 1948, if not the National association of real estate boards pledged the assistance of its 27.doo member com panics in Snyder s plan for voluntary cooperation in holding Down Home prices. The passing of famed �?ol-4i&Quot a the War production Board order restricting civilian construction a on october 15 will remove the $8.-000 ceiling on those few Homes whose building is now permitted. This May result in Quot the biggest i Price Boom Ever Bowles said yes Thev described if cosh on the North. Add to this the fact personally interested in the that Tangier on tile Southern Shore a democratization of Japan of the narrow Strait of Gibraltar As a Reform step Aud in _ to internationalized Ond the &nc<3 with the wishes of conc Fitl set up is Complete. Macarthur and said Koa Oyt a cd Russia would be guaranteed free the others had opposed Tiff up Dom Over the entire length of the Mier s attempts t-0 so not la Mediterranean from the Aegean i thins Between the japanese and to the Atlantic a and through the american governments. Suez canal route to the far East. I the Cabinet had been Cruh cited a Well should All this materialize by the japanese press for relay in what would be the Likely effect on i solving pressing problems sub is a the Lauon Price doom eve Ouwita a nations. Any said to he delegated his newly appointed ter Day in asking up tool of this sea officers j chief of the u. S. Conciliation serv jt126 be Riff a Hilpp cmdr ass will another a Reat it Imperial ice Edgar l. Warren to study the there is Little Chan g the big three the u. S s. Ringgold Dodoo j Telephone communications from the and six other destroyers proceed j Palace before they were dissuaded de on in anti shipping sweep. It by it. Gen. Shizuichi Tanaka com was to be thirty Miles inside the Inlander of Eastern army head Quad Bay in which the City of Shimizu. Jeers Detroit strikes to determine whether government intervention is required. Warren who flew to Washington from Chicago last night also considered calling principal in the Michigan City a strikes and threatened work stoppages of a Camp to the emperor and severed j labor management conference. Sch Wellenbach became the government s labor Quot Bossy under the department s reorganization. He held a presidential Grant of heed the request. World peace the Only Safe answer is one based on facts and not on fancies. This is that peace demands that the Mediterranean be maintained As an International waterway with free passage for All nations. Any conflict Over con must precipitate upheaval. America Britain and Russia a recognize that three of you be discharged and keeping 25. If i kept Only five officers i d have to go Back to my permanent rank of in other words a general cannot be a general unless he has a Large number of men to command. The More men discharged from the army the less justifies under those terms Hirohito remains on his throne but takes orders from Gen. Douglas Macarthur. No Promise was made that he would not be tried for waterings. The japanese people Are to decide what form of government they want. Some senators who previously lion for generals. So with an All i111 called for Hirohito s trial As a Honshu Island Japan and also the famous Mountain that the japanese people worship As a god Fiji Ama. After being inside Quot of the Bay the Mountain seems to come straight up out of the water. At manic his a account of the asserted revolt was not immediately con-1 Qusta Iai disputes firmed. The uprising was said to1 have begun at i a. In. Aug. 15 a Tokyo time a More than to hours after the officially controlled Tokyo Broad new authority a although few new Powers a to Deal with in nop Railroad system praised a Camden has most outstanding Intra Plant Railroad setup at nop of and in the entire country a Jim Newton Well known Railroad world peace rests largely on their food and housing shortages and in creasing unemployment. The resignation two Days ago Tif Mamoru Shigemitsu As foreign minister was the Tipoff that All was not Well within the Cabinet the japanese sources said. Higashi Kuni himself said of Shigemitsu that Quot he was foreign minister during the War and now we Are launched in building a new shoulders. They have encountered Many difficult problems but have solved them with an Eye to maintaining the Alliance which led them to Victory. Therefore it would be foolish of observers to create a bugbear out of the Mediterranean situation although we need t Overlook the potential dangers Konoye Obata and Ogata the sources recalled also had been associated with the War minded segments of the japanese government since 1937, Konoye As two time Premier. Meanwhile the american embassy residence got Busy suddenly making preparations for the it time record of 1,600 generals you can understand Why discharges move slowly. Picketing Bilbo Edward Bykowski discharged army Veteran who picketed the War criminal said they had not renewed these demands publicly because of the delicacy of occupation operations. This Factor caused Russell to delay his speech a week. The georgian said that by treat weather to being Cloudy we were unable to see this Mountain. The Mouth of the Bay has a distance of ten Miles across at which we had to enter through. We entered inside of the Bay with no trouble. We had several surface ships Contact but in order to keep the japs from knowing where we were we left them to their own we proceeded Down the Bay at which for about an hour the Moon was Shin Washington apartment or senator a a a a defer ing very Bright. We could see the Theodore Bilbo of Mississippi for japanese people with three weeks despite a game leg. Last that the have lost the has gone Back to new York for the act int Ine it Nave loss the Hospital treatment. With him he has taken Over 500 letters of support from ail Punoo of the country a including one which actually got to him despite the fact that it was addressed a care of senator Bykowski also has the satisfaction of knowing that he forced the gentlemen from Mississippi to get up earlier than usual in the morning. War this treatment he added is laying the groundwork for the establishment of a myth that the japanese were not Defeated. Japanese j leaders already Are trying to create the impression he said 1 that a the emperor has done the allies a great favor by stopping j the a Hirohito is the head and heart of japanese Russell i declared. Quot he is one of the great Bilbo did not like being picket est aggressors of history de but when he found that by-1 a the is the Ood emperor in the Kowski was always on hand at direction of whose Imperial Palace about nine in the morning the senator started getting up earlier. J by gradual stages he finally found himself leaving the House As Early As 7 15 in the morning but Bykow ski was always there millions of japanese faced and prostrated themselves in the dust in abject apology for their failure to kill enough americans to win the War Russell said that trial of the pm the time of our sweep due to the j radio said that the emperor would accept the Allied terms. It assert edly ended at 7 a. Rn., about three hours after the japanese reply to the allies note outlining the emperors role in the Allied occupation had been delivered co the Swiss government. Manichi said that a history might have seen different development and the emperors desire for reconstruction of a peaceful Japa might have been nullified but for Tana i a St Strong sense of responsibility and bold decision Between aug. 14 and the morning of aug. 15.�?� Tanaka who committed suicide aug. 24. Restored order to the in j Perial compound after talking to leaders of the uprising for More j than three hours the newspaper said. At i a. In. Aug. 15 they attacked Headquarters of the Imperial guards and killed Mori after he had refused to collaborate with them Manichi said. Or. Dietrich on visit to Home president Truman shifted the War labor Board the u. S. Employment service and the War manpower commission to the labor department. But that action lie conferred All the authority inherent in those agencies on Secretary sch Wellenbach. Sch Wellenbach had presented his reorganization plan to or. Truman Augustio. Yesterdays White House action was attributed to the labor storms which appeared to be gathering last weekend Over Detroit a automotive Industry and elsewhere. executive who is in charge of the or it Jer to create bargaining Points Railroad facilities and network for for settlement of differences among National fireworks inc., at the the big three in Eastern Europe. Naval ordnance Plant told the specifically Russia does t like Lions club wednesday noon at the the government one hears it suggested Specula pet ted arrival today of mrs. Duff timely that Russia May be raising Las Macarthur the question of trusteeship in Hie i Row Fossem Bykowsky was asked to leave Perot a will Strin him of the false one Washington hotel which did no to like the publicity of having him As i guest and took an in expend give room at the Hay Adams. But a stranger came up to him one Day and of fared to let the Veteran use his luxurious suite and by divinity with which he has been cloaked and the japanese people can see How they have been duped Shore line plainly they were Only about a distance of two Miles away. At the time we were passing the Mountain it began to rain which blocked out the visual liability of the time we were passing. Our next objective if we met no opposition from heavy surface forces was to bombard the town of Shimizu. This City consists of about 69,Ooi population and has Many coastal industries. Our objective at this time was the Railroad Center to Stop War material transportation and movement of troops. At about 12 12 we were of the shores of the town about two mites or less and making a Speed of Thiny Knote. We opened fire at this time All the ships at the same time and the japs were caught by Surprise. We could see our shells bursting inside the buildings and quite a few fires were started. We then went to a Speed of thirty two knots on a zigzagging course to avoid being hit by Shore batteries. One of the for Maiier claims being weighed d. F. W. Dietrich local dentist who has been in the naval dental corps since Early in the War l Home visiting his wife and family he Lins been on duty with Tim Fleet Hospital in the Pacific. Enro Ute Home he stopped in san Francisco cal., and saw miss Ida Louis Bauerlein former Camden news Shier who has been seriously i said that As supreme commander i Protection reported later and said i ill and who recently underwent Al time in a pm Narinn j of the japanese army and Navy that we had hit our objective and another operation on her injured is Lime in was Ngun. I tto emperor never had halted any i started Many fires. Upon returning knee. Miss Bauerlein sent Greet in having sacrificed themselves forgwp8 in the outfit had a dual a Power seeking tyrant posing As with a Small surface unit which a was believed to be sunk. Our night As for Hirohito guilt. Russel i fighter planes that we had for air Leo Crowley Suppree Oes move by the militarists to plunder usually open minded Leo Crow and Kluj a a j iivfhal0admin. I when the of panese soldiers Istratov suddenly has gone in for stuck their bayonets in the bellies _ to. Of wounded marines they shouted or Nam a to a i a mood for the emperor a he said. To the task Forte Admiral Halsey not fied us that we had been definitely placed on the emperor of Japan a Black list. And lit gave Alf hands a Well done. Ings to All her friends in Camden. Or. Dietrich will be Here several Days and will visit relatives in Pine Bluff and then after his leave expires Here will report to new London sept. 19 a a a a the Council of Allied foreign ministers weighed the italian yugoslav Frontier claims today and it appeared that the current meeting would get no further than the italian peace treaty so complicated has that be come. Russians expressed interest in the italian african colonies of trip Elitania and Eritrea Drew comments from two London morning newspapers. The conservative daily Telegraph asked a does the soviet government seriously stake a claim to trustee ship for Italy a african possessions it would be As reasonable to suggest that great Britain should became trustee for outer the Liberal news chronicle expressed some Surprise at foreign commissar v. M. Molotov a press conference disclosure and suggested Quot if Russia asks for Equality of status everywhere she must concede the same Equality to tier allies in the areas which at present she mainly controls. It will be a Long time before All outstanding prob Orleans naval base for discharge lems Are ouachita hotel. Or. Newton came is in charge of All Railroad con was in charge of All Railroad construction and system which includes 125 Miles of track with 5o0 Russia also switches and six of the most mod demands tor pm diesel locomotives Ever built. They Are the largest diesel Type engines Ever built for switching service and four More have been ordered. They Are 1.000 horse Power and weigh 120 tons each. All equipment is new and of the latest design. The Railroad is built in a Loop and there can be no tie up in trat tic anywhere. Too there is an Mur connected Highway system that serves each unit and warehouse along with the railroads. Or. Newton said. There is Only one of its kind in the United states with ail extensive i abroad system or Newton said. It is also the Only Plant in the United states with Ali locomotive Power and the Only naval Plant Iii the nation with such a Railroad network planned and designed on such a scale. Bridges and tracks Are of the latest design and All material and equipment is new. The Plant can be run without any other form of transportation. Or. Newton said. There Are 150 of the latest Type of solid steel 50-foot Box cars with the latest bracing devices. Each Box car is equipped with air brakes and the bracing device makes it possible to place a rocking Chapin each car and Brace it so it will not Rock or turn Over. The Plant also has 50 is eel Flat cars. There is a designated Yard where the two major railroads. Cotton Belt and Rock Island serve tile Plant. Their Crews or equipment can go no farther. The nop Railroad then takes Over incoming and outgoing freight. The nop it in has an agreement with the Railroad Bro a a i i lev of Mill n musical features were by nop u of Sci s including slim Gibbs and i his guitar Jimmy Simpson pianist of Greece sponsored by Britain but does support the regimes of Bulgaria Hungary and Romania which the . And England refuse to recognize. Is backing yugoslav italian territory. Of course there s a lot of horse trading going on. But the signs Long have been that Russia is Bent on establishing herself As one of the Mediterranean Powers. She is trying to break out of the Black sea. Of the weather Arkansas Cloudy with scattered thundershowers this afternoon and in West portion tonight colder Northwest and extreme West tonight. Thursday Cloudy with thundershowers East and Central portions. Colder. And Ronnie Harrison of the electric steel guitar. They played Many favourites including steel guitar rag and St. Lotus blues. Roy Wright and t. T. Elkins of National fireworks had charge of tile program. Upon motion of lion j. L. Ded Man the club endorsed the proposed memorial service planned by the ministerial Alliance and thud Mcdonald was named a Lions club representative to meet with the rotary club and other representatives. Guests included it. Jack Ray of the stale police department Henry la Carter Plant manager of National fireworks j. W. Hutchinson employee relations manager at National fireworks or. John Hunter of the the fund committee and Wallace Hurley ouachita county War r mid chairman. Or. Hurley in a Short talk said the county drive would Start october i and the quota will be $15.0u0. The Lions and rotary ids will raise the Money again this year. And out in the Pacific est Carrier task Force Ever bled was being formed into special a Carrier division 24�?� to City Back Home the victorious draftee army of general Macarthur. Oroy d. William killed on Lim or. And mrs. Harvey n. Williams of Camden route 2, have received a Telegram that their son pvt. Roy Douglas Williams was killed in action on june 16 pm Luzon Island. Pvt. Williams had been in service 33 months 24 of which were in the South Pacific. He was wounded in new Guinea and had recovered and was on a Mission for Jap snipers when he met ids death. He is survived by his wife mrs. A Hie Mac Daniels Williams and a three year old daughter. Mastne. And four Sisters mrs. J. C. Rowland. Mrs. Harvey Daniels mrs. R d. Bass. And miss Erma Jean Williams All of Camden route 2. Pvt. Williams was the Nephew of mrs. G. E Hickman and also of John Wepfer of Fairview. Of Quot. James h. Daniels gets promotion 1 James Harvey Daniels son of or and mrs. Clay Daniels of Camden route 2. Has beep promoted to staff but. He is in oar a a a any a sent his wife of. Ell i Louise Daniels several Sou i venire including three Cert Yuan hags a German clock and tutors. 22 automatic Rifle sewing Cabinet and German and French Money. Sgt. Daniels has been i Germany 14 months. He served with i general Patton s third Arius i and Lias five Battle stars. A

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