The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1952 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 23, 1952
Page 3
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THURSDAY, OCT. a, 1981 McGranery Launches New Program For Deportation of Red Leaders By JACK ADAMS WASHINGTON tfl — Atty. Gen. McGranery today launched a new program for. riddjng • (he country of foreign-born leaders of the Communist party—a program involving Jail-wilhout-bail, denaturalizafion and deportation. , At the same time, the attorney general moved to get Communist Party Chairman William z. Foster . on trial for alleged conspiracy to advocate overthrow of the United States government by violence. Foster was among the 12 top par- ly, officials Indicted In New York City In 1948 under the Smith Act, which prohibits any use of force in bringing about governmental changes. At the .time, he pleaded ill health and his case was separated from the 11 others. All who went to trial were convicted and given sentences ranging up to five years. When the Supreme Court affirmed these cases, four of the defendants fled into hiding. One was captured In Mexico, but three are still at large, presumably quiside this country. • McGranery said late yesterday he wants to know whether Foster is now able to stand trial, la .view of "current, multitudinous activities." He said these include publication of two lengthy books during the past year and regular contributions to the Dally Worker, the Communist newspaper in New York City. . U. S. Atty. Myles J. Lane of New York was directed to seek a court order to. require the party chairman to appear for a new med- ical'examination. . Through the immigration service, McGranery • ordered eight "active Communists", now defending deportation proceedings to surrender at once or face rearrest and for- I felture of their bonds. McGranery said he. proposes to hold this .group without bail until they, can b'e shipped out of trie country. ' . , In addition; the attorney general, announced he has started or. is considering denaturalization or deportation proceedings, or' both, against 10 of the 85 alleged members of the party's forward echelon in this 1 country who have been Indicted thus far on conspiracy charges. . ' All of the 10 are aliens or naturalized citizens. McGranery noted Bt a recent news conference that be has rio take'exclusion action against any natural-born American for any cause. Three of the "top 11" Communists cohviced of conspiracy In New York were among those ticketed for deportation after they have served their time. They are Irving Potash, Jacob Stachel and John Williamson. * . Others proposed for exclusion Include -William Schnelderman of San Francisco, Communist parlj chairman for California, and five others recently convicted with him of Smith Act conspiracy on th« West Coast. • v In the case of Schneldermsnn McGranery said, cancellation of his 1927 naturalization would be a 1 firs necessary step. He would then be an alien, subject to deportation. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. H»« Birthday Parly : At a birthday party for Mrs. Kan- 'nle Ray Friday at her home Ihere were 23 family members . and friends to' wish her happiness on her 80th anniversary. Given by her daughters, Mrs. E. B. Chitwood of Blythevilte, and Mrs. Jim Miller, the affair was a surprise. Food was served buffet style. A tiered cake wished Mrs. Ray '.'Happy Birthday," and-''80th Anniversary" was written in colored lettering. From out-of-town were Mrs. - p. F. Payne, a daughter, of Portageville; Mrs. Jack German of Steele; Mrs. Mae Bomar, Mrs. Velva Taylor, Mrs. Dorothy Gruno, Mrs. Lawrence Glasscock, Mrs. Bill Fraser and Mrs. May Wicker, all of Blylheville and Mrs. Jean Booker of St.'Louis. One of Holland's oldest citizens, Mrs. Hay is . the mother . of four children, three grandchildren and one great- erand-child. , Women's Club Meet* Halloween made the decorating theme in the" home of Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr., Thursday night when the Federated Women's Club had one guest, Mrs. Grace Edwards, and 10 mernbers present. : .Mrs. Charles Cohoon had charge of the program for the evening. :The subject, "Americanism Campaign," was a challenge to the apathy and Indifference of citizens. 'A sandwich plate was served bearing polished apples and Halloween favors. : Extension club Meets The Holland Extension Club, was entertained Thursday'In the home of Mrs. Otto Chllders when they assembled for a business confer- ence: Plans were made for the Achievement Day program to bt held Nov. 7 in the Caruthersville High School at which all extension clubs In this county will display their accomplishments. Wearing apparel was chosen for the Holland Club's exhibition. v Twelve members and one guest Mrs. Freddie Collins, were present Mrs. Webb Hostess Thursday afternoon, Mrs: Ance' Webb was hostess to the Culbertson Community club when they mei for a day of visitation and elected officers for the new club year They arc. president: Mrs. c Smith; vice president, Mrs. Lois Rogers; secretary-treasurer, Mrs Oma Smith. ' There were ten members and one guest, Mrs. Gertrude Linn,' of Oklahoma, who Is a house euest »t the Webb's. Due to meager club representation on this day. the /committee chairmen ivcre not appointed 'for the several different projects In which this dub participates. Refreshments consisted of Ice box dessert and coffee. Personals , Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Moon visited 'his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Blan Maclin, nnd son, Henry 'Louis, in Portageville Sunday. Quests at "the Moon's early in the week were Mrs Thelma Hosier and Mrs. Naom Morgan of Carulhcrsville. After a week visiting her mother Mrs. Mary George. In Kennett am relatives In Cartilage. Mo., Mrs Deivey Rogers; accompanied by her mother and brother, Clyde George drove to Broken Bow. okla., Saturday to take Mrs. Ollie Cockra'n ••awtify Your Car with... BULLFIGHTER Plastic Seat Covers ;:•"* : I *' 1 i t S »* *" FAST TIRE SERVICE As Near As Your TefephQno Save time, inconvenience. CaH tis—our well equipped senrice trucks »nd trained mechanics •is ready to «enr« yon on short notice. Service charge » reasorablo. 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Mr., and Mrs. John Duvall recently purchased a super market I" Rector.-Ark.; where they have this week gone to take over management, For the past five years Mr. Duvall was connected wltii the Cohoon Oenc'ral merchandise store To see Mr. and" Mrs. Herbert Biooki « f«» Mr. and Mrs. Hayi L«nsford «nd daughler of Sheffield, AU. ' i Mr». Dorothy Peter» of '. BJyth*- vUlf accompunled 'Mr«. Anderson Hlcki to Memphis Sunday • where Iliey were Joined by Mrs; Mollle Hicks, who returned with them Mrs, Kicks hnd visited in the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. 'N. a. Hicks, for two weeks. Vlslllng Ihls week In the Anderson Hicks' home Is Leo Hicks of Columbus/ Oa. Home from the Baptist, hospital' Memphis, Mis. T. H, Wllklns Is progressing satisfactorily after mn- Jor'surgery two weeks ago. She is still confined to bed. The two-story home of Mr. and Mrs. Royal Sanders and all furnishings ' were destroyed Tuesday night when fire of undetermined origin completely .consumed the frame, structure. 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