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united was 1971 - Camden (Ark.) Camden New*—Monday, September 27,...
Camden (Ark.) Camden New*—Monday, September 27, 1971—3 Annual Fund Drive For United Fund Set Beginning Monday, October 4, 1971 and continuing for a period of approximately three weeks many volunteer workers will be busy campaigning to help make Camden and Ouachita County a better place to live, work and raise a family. The occasion is the annual fund drive for the Camden Area United Fund. The one gift a year United Way of providing many essential services for many people...our friends and neighbors...in the Camden area. The United Fund was organized in Camden several years ago to establish a once-a- year appeal for gifts and contributions instead of dozens of campaigns all year round. The United Fund is managed by a board of directors composed of volunteers representing a cross section of the citizens of Camden and Ouachita County. The current president of the board is Russian Spies Live In Comfort By ANTHONY COl.LIM.S Associated I’ress Writer LONDON (APi Many of the Russians branded as spies by Britain live near Karl Marx s grave in the kind of comfort he never enjoyed The Soviet officials live on an exclusive housing development called Holly Lodge Estate, complete with Tudor-style apartment buildings, expensive houses, tree-shaded lawns, rambling rosebushes and a spectacular view of London The Kussians keep to them selves on th**ir hillside estate in the Highgate District and usually turn down invitations to local parties English neighbors occasion ally hear them singing Russian songs at parties or see the men playing soccer at nearby Hampstead Heath while the wives and children walk around High gate ponds. Among the 1U5 diplomats and other Russian officials ordered expelled on spy charges, those at Holly Lodge Estate packed their bags over the weekend and—as usual—kept to them selves The in of Commission was followed April by the approval Association, and the Union County Wildlife Association. Lands for this project will be some 65,000 acres. Judges from the five county area, other than Judge Jerry, were Judge W.T. Higginbotham, Ashley County, Hamburg; Judge Rex Vick, Bradley County, Warren; Judge Marion 0‘Mary, Calhoun County, Hampton; and Judge Alfred Stinnett, Ouachita County, Camden. Through a legal technicality, Dan Byars, a young, energetic businessman associated with C. W. Byars Oil Co. Other board members are: Bill Cunningham, Eddie Howard, Don Sappington, Matthew Robert, Jr., Jim Fort, Johnny Jones, Jr., Buddy Morgan, Ed Pitts, Dave Turney, Bob Tutt, Phil Davis, Leo Graham, Bernard Westbrook, Don Williams, Willie E. Southern. Kathrine and Niolan Spain are the Executive Secretary and Treasurer respectively. One of the big questions raised about the operation of the United Fund is...“Why doesn’t the United Fund stop all other campaigns?” The answer is because the United Fund is voluntary. No agency can be forced in, but any voluntary agency can join the United Fund if they want to...if they now raise funds and if their services are essential. Thus, if other organizations wanted to they could join the Fund. The eleven agencies of the Camden Area United Fund are: United Charities, Ouachita County Mental Health Assn. (Camden Family Counseling Center), Ouachita County Tuberculosis Assn., Camden Boys Club, TeenTown, Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts of the USA, Fairview Community Center, Ira Clark Park and Youth Center, American Red Cross, and the USO. These eleven agencies provide services, aid to the indigent, hope to those who despair, medical services to those in need, and youth activities for the development of our younger generations. By giving the United Way we help make our community a better place...now and in the future.

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  1. The Camden News,
  2. 27 Sep 1971, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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