The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1944 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 194-1 ' BLYTHEVlLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS. Face Army Tria Receive Sentences For Aug. 17 Mutiny At Camp Claiborne CAMP CLAIBORNE, La., Sept. 23 (UP)—Three more Camp Clnlbornc Negro soldiers IIIIVT been tried by general court niiirllul trials in connection with Hie recent disturb- iinces at Camp Clalborne resulting In two convictions and one a:- qutttal, it was. announced yesterday by Urigadier General Louis P Guerre, cuimnandlng olflccr ot the camp. Te:']iiii:lan flftts oracle Phillii Davis. 19 yervis old, was .sentence! 10 life imprisonment for iniitin ous conduct. Sergeant Conway Price 30 years old, was sentenced to nini years at hard labor for his fall urc as a non-commissioned off! cer to nitcmpt lo surpass a mil tiny. .Private William Smith, Jr 20 years old, liie ( | jointly with I'rivnte LcHoy McC'ary, 2-i years old cif Chicago, \vlio was sentenced to death, was acquitted when testimony showed that lie was not among (hose present and that mistaken identity caused his trial. Testimony revealed that Davis joined in (lie mutiny and held two commissioned officers 10 point ol a rltle during Uio uttiieaks lit camp ClnlLwni; on ug. 17. in Price's trial it was prov- n that flllhough lie wns not a icmlier of the crowd, he took no ,f|>s to control or surpass a mob •hlcli took part In mutinous ac. ion. 't'his brings to a total of five sol- tiers, ali Negroes, that have been lied in connection with the dis- urbance and others will be tiled ater. prisoner at allegiance to lue National Party, rue imiondmcnts, ostensibly v,'vU- n lo rest;let Negro voting in State Democrats Given Privilege Of Voting GOP LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 28 (UP) The Democratic Party In Arkansas has divorced UscK from the Na tionnl Party, nn<t permitted It. members to vote for the Republican ticket r.t the November geuern election without losing their Demo cratic membership. This wns brought out sifter tii analysis of n resolution which ha been unanimously adopted by th Democratic State Convention Sop 1C. The provisions were written b three members of the resohitioi ccmmittee who Included them i amendments to the party rule They did this by eliminating phrases by which the party i Arkansas has, since 1874, declared linarlet, were prepared by Lamar Illlamson ol Monllccllo, 0. 53. agnctt of Miirlanna and U, A. radlinui of Warren, members of ic resolutions committee. The changes were read to the nil committee and approved. Then icy were read to the convention nd adopted without n dissenting ole. The changes went- unnoticed ecaiisc of the manner in which icy were made by ainlsst.ins :uu' eferences to preceding sections of ;ie amendments. Jlythcvil/e Soldiers n Battle For Anguar AIHOIIU Blythcvlllc men who a iiembeis of the Wild Cat Dlvislo which completed occupation of An gunv Island were these, in add! lion to those published recently Pfc. Rosco Hill, Jinnes C;»tlie> James liau^lunun, SeiKt. Trammell and Pvt. Ualpli Mcti rath. • :'-*lf The Conner 81st Division has a number of mi-ii from tills section who now hold the island. Marine Private : rom Osceola '< Dies In Battle, - He. John R. Yortc ot Osccoln hfl!> cei> kiUwl In-notion, tlio Wnr Ue- jurimi'iH hiuj liifonned his pni 1 - nls, Mr. (init Mi's. l«. A. Yorif. /' lie MiM'Inp private,' killed June witllo' fighting on Snlpan. Ims been inviudeil ine Order ol. Hie Purple Vl.cnit nnd AsltUlu' Puclllc Delicious- and vitamin-full SLICED "Good a* Its name" Insure Returning Service Men and Women the FREEDOM TO WORK ... —Vote For This Amendment Nov. posthumously, st-nt his which will overnor Adkins Grants wo Stays Of Sentence U ITUE HOCK, S«>1. '29 (UP) — A(.lkl»ii 1ms grunted twii s^nys ot soiilQiige. The tlrsl wns to Rlvls Slhley who liml bi'on sentenced lo Ihrco yi'fll't*, ivntl the olhev.lo C), p, Clovfosov, wlio him been Convlolcd of nssiuili lo kill in Kowsrd Circuit Court June 20 MK\ sentenced Ui Uvo years. 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