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June 2, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONT5AT, JUNE J, 1952 Clark Tells Rhee He Hopes Korean Politics Won't Change Military Situations PUSAN, Korea «V—Gen. Mark Clark today told President Syng- man Rliee he hoped the current Soulh Korean political crisis "would not interfere with the military situation." Rhee said in a statement he assured the United Nations Far East commander there would be no removal of Iroops from the Korean battle front In connection with Ihe polIliAl crisis. The President threw Korean poll- tics into an "uproar May 2-1 when he proclaimed martial law around Pusan, the provisional cnpitnl, Since then 12 national assemblymen have been arrested. The legislative body is due to elect a president late this month. Clark and Gen. James A. Van Fleet, U.S. Eighth Army commander, conferred with olficlals of the United Nations Commission for Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea (UNCURK) before meeting with Rhee for 35 minutes. The commission had urged nhcc to lift martial law amt free the jailed assemblymen. Rhee wrote the commission bui ignored the two request,?. He said he was trying to put down a revolt hy Communist ele iTicnLs—not seize more power. U.N. sources expressed the opinion that Ihe 'charges of a lied plot are merely window dressing so Rhee could conlrol election of n president. The government appeared ready to close the Assembly by force if it didn't do a.i Rhee wanted. Between 500 and 600 national police have arrived from other parts of Korea—ostensibly to attend a con- ventton. Clark and Van Fleet flew to Koje Island Inter for Clark's first visit to the tense U.N. prisoner of war camp. Before departing Clark told newsmen he had expressed the hope to Rhee that "the political developments would not interfere with the.military situation. We are concerned that nothing develops that might In any wny affect the ^battle situ all on." Asked if Rhee had given him any such assurance, Clark replied "all I can say is we hud a good meeting." The Assembly met two hours this North Carolina Democrats Pick W. B. Umstead RALETOH. Umstead, V party actlvHlSJ., Carolina'! ptriMn. November elections fas the party's candidate lor governor. TJrrjtesd, t. former U.S. senator and congressman, defeated former Superior court Judge Hubert, E. Olive in Saturday's Democratic prl- fnary. Olive was backed by Gov. Vy. • 'Kerr Scott, vho cannot Altcceed himself under state law. The nomination Is tantamount to election. The Durham lawyer will oppo.se Republican Herbert p. Seawall, who was nominated at the GOP etate convention last month. Hflcrnoon nfler trying all morning lo get n quorum. It voted to meet dally. Observers looked ii|>on the vole as a victory lor atitl-Khec forces as, lliey snid, Rhec obviously would prefer that the nsscmbly- mcn did not meet. Rhode Island Demos Meet Harmony Expected In Voting Tonight PROVIDENCE, R. I. Wi—All un- pledged, unlmtniclerl slate of dclc- pntf.s will be chosen tonlplit at what leaders predict will be the most harmonious Democratic state convention in recent years. No opposition lins been I'olrcd to the slate of 12 candidates who will represent this staunchly Democratic Industrial ctatc at (he national convention next mouth. State Democratic lenders have made it clear Ihe delegation will yo to Chicago with open minds. The man considered to IIEUT the endorsement of President Truman Is believed certain of the Rhode Islander's support. Couple 'Con 7 * Live Together;' Is Found Dead NEW YORK </n — A stroller In Centrnl Pnrk ycsterdny cnme unon the bodies of n innn nn<i \vomnn lyliiR four fret npnrt. Police found on the bodies two notes written on one shod of paper. Both were to the same effect: "Cannot live together find ore not going to live apiirl. Hope we will lie buried tot-ether as one." A .45 caliber automatic pistol lay nenrhy. Police said It appeared that Louis Ftlzarry, nbolit 38 nnd mnrrlcd. luid killed Mrs. Juatlltn Rivern, n divorcee nbonl 30. with two.shots nnd then killed himself with a shot In the mouth. LOVE MAKES ROOM FOR ONE MORE—"Di ing her home, there's alwayi room for one more" is whnt Chicago attorney Charles A. Doyle, riglit, father of fix, heard when he asked his wife i! he could bring home an orphaned five-year-old girl. Boyle is seen as he received approved,adopllon papers from Judge Jarccki. le/l. Doyle's wife. Helen, Is at left of group of children and Lorna Irene is from, center. The Boyle children are: Michael, 3; Larry, 2; Tom, 8; Rose, 6; Mary 9 and Patrick. 10. Editor Says Government Bans 'Peoples Right to Knowledge' Bolivian Tin Commission Set . LA PAZ, Bolivia f/P) — BolU'iiVs goi'fr»ni!>nL today gnvc a 10-rrmn commission 120 dnyx to work out E\ procedure for nftUonnllfting the rm- VTh«, national ITU Mori ha* b*e« , pected since the April rcvnUitlcif? installed Victor Pnss Rstcnssoro as Atlntitic City W — J, Russell 1 Wfspins, manaffinj? editor of Ihu WnshiiiRloti Post, said today the people's right to know about their government !s being obstructed at locnl, state and federal levels. WifrgJns called for n public a \vnk-: ening. He said general indifference Is a mnjor factor contributing to what he called "an ero.ilon of the rlf-ht lo know"—a right which he snld was hard-won and Is essential to demoenioy, In a speech prepared (or the Na- lional Conference of Form Bureau Editors. Wiggins said other developments contributing to Ibis trend include multiplying functions of government, particularly administrative apcncies, and unsettled world conditions, especially the military situation. "Circumstances such as these, rather than the conscious consul- racy of Individuals or of groups or political parties nre responsible for the main challenge to our right _ know about our government," he liflUI. Wiggins \vn.s particularly eriticn of the military establishment's handling of Information hot directly related to lighting. "Military handling of rsws of r -=> t '- L.^, • , pApMil^ftt^bul there hns tin EMI so iridlcatlo^^ the KO^'prnnienl, would ifn^^low ^Vjntil It i.<i recognized by tlir United Slates. casualties Involing military personnel has demonstrated," he said, 'how easily .suppression—admitted on sound military security grounds to start with—is extended lo nc- dents that have nothing to do with security." Wig ins said news conferences by cabinet officials, once a weekly Institution, have hecome a rarity. He also said "Local government hoards, councils and commissions continue; to conduct much of the public business behind closed doors In many communities." Tooth Trouble? Don't Chip 'Em By Worrying! MONTREAL (fP) — Dr. Albert LnFcrrier of Montreal says den- tistf; would have less work if people would stnp worrying. He told the closing session of Ihr annual meeting of the Amcri- car Academy of Dental Medicine that with the world situation so t erase nnd prices sky-rocketing, everyone seems 10 b« "grinding their teeth." "It may be hard to believe, but M«« state of the nation has a lot to do with the dental mortality rate," he saEd, "People who worry don't sleep Boiler Blast Is Fatal to Five SANTIAGO, Chile f/P) — A loco- ] motive boiler exploded In the mountains near here yesterday, killing the engineer, the fireman, and a woman find her two small daughters In a nearby house. The locomotlx'e was pulling a freight train through a mountainous section between Conncpclon nnd Santiago. The woman and children were killed by parts of the boiler that hit their house. Cat that Swallowed The Canary Got Help From 5-Year-Old Boy SYRACUSE. N. Y. M->—Tlie cat that swallowed the canary got tin asyist from a 5-year-old boy. Peter Hv:mmel threw a slone finrt it broke a window In ht$ hnme. That night a .-.tray cat entered the Hummel residence via the broken window, tipped over a canary stand and devoured the family's pet bird. !TUB-THUMPER—Samuel c. | Brighlman, ot Louisville. Ky., (has the job of ««Ing that the I public is kepi informed of the virtues of the Democratic Parly iHe'j just been named Director cl Publicity for the Democratic The farmers of onr country nre Ihe kcyslone of our economic system ami the fmnulnlion nf America's prosperity. If farmers sire prosperous, the entire country's financial picture is liriplilcr. more secure. That's why we deem it an honor to serve Ihe farmers of this entire area. When farm improvements are needed . . . when a loan can hclri your farm produce a greater amount, talk il over with us. \Vc stand ready to help. THE FARMERS BANK 1 ™ 51 COMPANY The Oldest Bank In Mississippi County , "TIME TRIED — I'A NIC TESTED' and become run down, nnd this has a direct effect, on their general health resulting in teeth disorder. 1 : and diseases." lail Fugitive Nabbed in Chase Arkansas Escapee Caught in Oklahoma After Wild Drive TULSA. OIka. </TI—A wild chase on trar/lc-cloggcd u. S. Highway 64 near Blxhy resulted in the arrest ate Saturday night of a man Identified by Highway Patrol officials as a convicted kidnaper and Arkansas Jail fURltive. Stale Trooiier L. K. Moran said a car driven by Harry Lcroy Murray. 39, drove through a highway patrol check point and refused to stop until Moran chased it and [Ired shots over the careening auto. 'Hie two vehicles reached speeds as high as 100-miles an hour. Murray was Identified as an escapee from the Ft. Smith. Ark., county Jail where he was serving a 10-year term for armed robbery. He also is on parole from the Leavenworth federal prison where he wn? sent in 1937 on a 25-year sentence for conviction o[ kidnaping at Ft Smith. Miraii said in milos were- lor:ed off the highway during the chase and three \vere near head-on collisions .The officer found two small caliber, revolvers, a bottle of whisky, cold beer and a box of benze- drine tablets In the car. Ownership of the nuto was traced by the patrol to M. L. Wintord of Tulsa who had reported it stolen. Wedding [nds Records Of School Attendance WOODSTOCK, Va. fAP) — Miss Bety Lutz. Woodstock High School senior, attended 12 years of school without missing n clay, then she was absent a wwk.« She and her husband, Pic. Maurice Ii. Morrisctte, stationed at Omp Stoneman, Cal,, took t Southern wedding trip. The bride returned In time for her senior examination* and diploma. 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