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August 3, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1950 BLYTHEVTLLE. (AKK.) COtmiER NEWS 'Peace' Rioters Battle Police In New York Left-Winger* Defy Bon; Brawl in Street During Rush Hours YORK, Aug. 3. (>PJ— Two thousand left-wing "peace" marchers, banned from staging a Union Square rally, battled 1,000 police late yesterday in fist - flinging brawls that led to 13 arrests. The demonstrators waited until the home-going rush hour to make their delimit move. ''We want peace — open up the square," the marchers chanted as they suddenly formed ranks among the throngs going home frlm work. Union Square — a mile and a half south of Times Square— Is the traditional scene of NEW York soap box oratory When the mounted police bore down on the demonstrators they shouted "cossack." The mounted policemen rode their horses onto .sidewalks. Fist lights broke out. Several injuries were reported find ^t least one window was smashed. Signs Are Waved Two sign-waving demonstrators fere removed from electric light poles by police and a fire department hook and lander company. The police detail spent an hour breaking up the demonstration. Most of the marchers fir rested were charged with assault or disorderly conduct. Scattered by police at Union Square, some of the marchers retreated three blocks south to 11 th t ee I, Another group of about 500 ved north to 23rd Street at Madli Square Park. Police chased them out. Last night, 1.200 police ringed Times Square after a report that the marchers would invade the "cross-roads of the world." However, police reported no organized demonstrations there. Labor Con feren ce The New York Labor Conference for Peace sponsored the forbidden rally The marchers were to have heard speeches by left-wing N singer Paul Robeson and Dr. \V, E. B Dubois, chairman of the peace information center. The center has led HI the distribution of peace petitions urging the outlawing of the atom bomb. Government officials have called the petitions Communist-inspired. The conference called the "peace rally" to demand 'mediation In Korea. The conference describes itself as made up of union and other groups ^interested in peace. •' Police refused the conference * .permit for; the rally, on the ground it would lead to disorder. Yesterday, State, Supreme Court Justice . .Eugene L. Brisach refused to lift £)£ police-ban, and the demonstrators announced they would rally anyway. Jennings Claims Missouri Win Nomination Virtually Certain for Opponent Of Truman's Choict 'LOST' IN ICE BOX—This is where twenty iwlicemeii found seven- year-old Belly Jean Smith (above) after a four-hour search of a. mil* square area In Los Angeles. The missing girl was Just cooling off tn the family Ice box on the back porch, she lold her frantic mother she had been quile comfortable. (AP Wirepholo). PACK THREE Portageville News Ky Mrs. Raymond Toombi Phone fit Farrell to Become Greene County Judge PARAOOULD, Ark.. Aug. 3. liP) The name of incumbent Harvey Farrell Is the only one that will appear on the ballot for nomination as Greene County judge at the second Democratic primary next Tuesday. The Greene County Democratic Committee yesterday agreed to leave off the name of J. Moss Payne, who ran second to Farrell at tbe July 25 preferential primar> and Ihen said he was withdrawing Missing In Action Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lnshlcy of Point Pleasant. Mo., have been no- lifieci by tile army lhat their .son, Sonny Lashley, is n.issing in action in Korea. The Lashley's also are parents of a daughler. Mrs. Genevieve Morgan. Sandra Hall Injured Sandra Hull, five year old daugh- ler and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hall, was painfully injured Sunday morning while playing at her home here. Her finger was nearly severed when caught in a stove truck. Social Notes Mr. and Mrs. Grover Meatle entertained members of the Town and Country Club Sunday. Mrs. Gene Recker entertained members of the Thursday bridge club last week. Honors went to Mrs. O. B. Williams and Mrs. R. L. Fisher. Members of the Thursday brvdge club enjoyed a dinner and bridge t Reelfoot Lake Friday evening. Miss Etna'- Rae Moody celebrated her seventeenth birthday Friday when -her sister, Geraldine, entertained with a surprise party. Mrs. Chester Fiirgerscn, Mrs. T A."Lee and Mrs. Margaret De Lisle won prizes when Mrs. Lee entertained the Wednesday Bridge Club nst week. Mrs. w. C. Thompson entertained the Merry Matrons club Friday when honors went to Mrs. L. B. Painter. Mrs. Hubert Milem, Mrs. Arthur Drenjp and Mrs. Thompson. A group of'young people gathered Thursday eve/iing at the country wine of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent decker when Eddy and Martha Recker entertained with a party. The annual family re-union of the Curtis family wn.s held Sunday at Hayti park in honor of the Goth birthday of Mrs.Dee Curliss. ST. LOUIS, Aug. 3. WJ—Emery W. Allison, who received President Truman's backing, held only a faint hope today that he still might edge out, Thomas C. Heiuilngs, Jr., for the Missouri Democratic Senatorial nomination. Hennhigs* nomination was virtu- ly certain. With only 36 precincts not tabulated, Hcnnings, a former u. s. Representative, led by 1,372 votes in the unofficial count of Tuesday's primary election. Allison, n state senator, congrat ulated HenninRS but said there still was a "possibility the absentee ballots might prove him the winner." Ilcunlngs claimed victory. Many Absentees Missouri ^has an unusually large number of absentee ballots this year. Under a new state law Missonrtan can send his ballot from anywhere In the world. Former!; he could not vote unless he win, inside the stPte on election day. President Truman was among the voters who cast mail ballots. Mr Truman had no comment yesterciaj on the race. The President bucked Allison will the hope he could defeat RcpubH can Senator Forrest C. Donnel in Ihe November election. Donnel won a second-term nomination withou difficulty. He did not campaign. Count Tomorrow The absentee ballots will be counted tomorrow in the counties After that the county officials havi 40 days lo get their official tall, to the secretary of state. The unofficial count is 4640 o 4B7G precincts last night was: Hen nings 179,201, Allison 174,829. trkonsons Move To Camp; Some stay Come Back U'lTLE ROCK. Aug. 3. (fl>|—Two ranches of Arkansas' military move out" this weekend, die pre- imably will return soon. When the thor returns Is problematical. Fifty-one units of the Arkansas National Guard will begin leaving ome stations early Saturday for wo-weeks training at Camo Polk. The units are com|>onents of he 39lli. Infantry Division, comnos- d of Arkansas and Louisiana uardsmen. Brig. Gen. John B. Vebb of Llltle Rock is the division's rtillery commander. And tomorrow night the Marine Jorps Reserve's 15th. Infantry bat- alion will leave here by train for (-•tive duty at a West Coast traln- ng center. A farewell ceremony Is planned «l War Memorial Stadium here be- ween 9 and 10 p.m. tomorrow. Oov- •rnor McMatll—a Marine Reserve fficer himself—ami Mayors Sam Wasscll of Little Rock and Ross -awhon of North Little nock have been asked lo participate. Rosie Mon Hurt In Korean War BATESVILLE, Ark., Aug. 3. (<P)— Sergeant First Glass R. c. Snelgrove of Rosie, near here, has been reported wounded in the Korean fighting. The Defense Department's telegram to Snelgrove's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Snelgrove, did not Indicate extent of his wounds. Snelgrove is the second known casualty . from Independence County. He 'is u tank commander in the first cavalry division. He is an overseas veteran of World War II, having been in the Army since 1914. Missco Convicts Granted Paroles Two men convicted In Missis pi County Circuit Court in Man: and sentenced to the state pen tentiary were paroled yesterday b the State Parole Board tn Llttl RoL-k. They are Jesse Ramsey, who wa. sentenced to one year for burglar and grand larlcny, and J. M. (Billy Teal, who received a one-year scni ence, for grand larceny. The State Parole Board als freed 33 other con vie Is, recon mended furloughs for four at* commutations of sentence for three Among those paroled was Jack Bty of Jamestown (Johnson County), who was sent to the Arkansas prison farm after he was 80. Ely was 82 when he was arrested Eoi the 1948 stabbing of a neighbor Dick McAnally. Convicted for mur der, he was sentenced lo five yeai> m prison and entered the penitentiary Nov. 13, 1948. Used In light tinted and white paints, xafflowpr oSl prevents them from turning yellow. Dwindling oil field* sometime* are revived by forcing the oil out with gas, air or water. Silicosi.s, & lung disease found among quarry workers. Is caused by inhaling quarU dust. Pea Ridge, Ark. Pageant Planned NEA RIDGE. Ark., Aug. 3. (A*>One hundred years uf progress for this small North Arkansas community will be observed In a two tiny celebration starting tomorrow A pageant, parades, bands, horse shows, speech making and square dancing will be highlights. The pageant will depict the founding of the community In 1850 i)y a handful of pioneers from Tennessee. Lhe historic battle nf p e a Ridge fought near here In 1862 during the war between Lhe states. and other events marking the history of the community, • The celebration Is being sponsored by the F'ea Ridge Chamber of Commerce. Principal address will be delivered by Wayne Fletcher, director of the Arkansas Resource.'! and Development Commission, With the Courts Cltanceryt Ella Lynch vs. Harvey Lyncli, suit for divorce. 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