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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, August 11, 1947, Image 25

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11,000 Watch Police Chief
Shoot Fugitive in Duel
By tho Associated Press
CROWLEY, La., Aug. 11.—While
about 1,000 armed citizens watched.
Assistant Chief of Police Curley
Stelly engaged in a close-range
pistol duel yesterday with Leroy
Cloud, colored, who allegedly had
shot an officer.
Chief Stelly captured the man
in cramped quarters beneath a rice
warehouse here after wounding him
in the duel.
With Chief Stelly and Cloud less
than 5 feet apart, each behind a
foundation pillar and lying prone,
with the warehouse floor 214 feet
above their heads. Chief Stelly shot
Cloud’s gun from his hand and then
wounded him in the back.
The duel came after 12 officers
had missed Cloud - when they
searched the 90,000 square feet be
neath the warehouse, crawling on
hands and knees and firing shot
gun blasts ahead of them.
A second search conducted by
Chief Stelly and a posseman, R. C.
Mouton, found Cloud in a pit which
houses rice scale mechanism be
neath the warehouse. Chief of Po
lice Max Broussard said Cloud had
shot Police Officer Leo Morgan in
the back as the officer was taking
him to police headquarters for in
vestigation. Mr. Morgan's spine
was shattered.
Mule Kick Kills Boy, 6,
On Farm in Virginia
By th* Associated Press
DANVILLE, Va., Aug. 11.—Samuel
Wallace Reynolds, 6, died here Sat
urday from the kick of a mule.
The child, son of Mr. and Mrs. S.
J. Reynolds of Green Pond, Pittsyl
vania County, ran behind the mule
as the children of the Reynolds
family were trying to drive mules
into the stable lot. The mule kicked
with both feet.
Hold Materialistic
View of Marriage
Questionnaires to college students
reveal that many of them profess
only a materialistic concept of mar
riage and of life itself, Prof. Rudolph
Allers told the opening session of a
three-day Cana Institute on mari
tal problems today at Catholic Uni
Forty-five priests, 10 nuns and six
women from the lafty were in at
Dr. Allers, a Viennese psychiatrist
before joining the faculty of Cath
olic University as professor of psy
chology in the school of philosophy,
is a brother-in-law o' Lise Meitner,
the Austrian-Jewish mathematician
who played a leading part in the
development of atomic fission after
Hitler’s racial laws had forced her
to leave Germany. Miss Meitner
also is a member of the C. U.
Dr. Allers quoted from an answer
given in a questionnaire to college'
students on what they wanted in
life published by Professor Mumforo
Jones of the University of Pitts
burgh. One answer was “Sexual
satisfaction, sufficient income and
no mention, said Dr. Auers, of
love, marriage, children, the under
taking of obligations and the
achievement of meeting them.”
The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Edward B
Jordan, vice rector of the university,
greeted those attending the institute.
The priests are to encourage an in
terest in the adjustment of marital
problems among married couples in
their congregations.
The Rev. Edward A. Dowling, S.J.,
of St. Louis, editor of the periodical
Queen’s Work, told how the Cana
movement had been started in St.
Louis to meet an interest in the
subject expressed by younger mar
ried couple.
American Held in Camp
In Palestine Asks Aid
By th* Associated Press
JERUSALEM, Aug. 11.—A United
States consular official said today
that Max Kritzman, American citi
zen who was placed in Latrun de
tention camp last Tuesday during a
nationwide police roundup of Jew
ish leaders, had asked his aid in ob
taining a release.
The official said that Mr. Kritz
man, a Tel Aviv attorney who
came to Palestine from America 25
years ago, was told everything pos
sible was'being done for him. but
that he was subject to Palestine
laws and regulations the same as
other residents. The consular of
ficial said he visited Mr. Kritzman
at Latrun.
Mr. Kritzman helped defend Dov
Bela Gruner, Jewish youth hanged
by British authorities last April for
extremist activities.
Liberty Statue May Rise
From Hiroshima Ruins
By th* Allociat*d Pr*u
HIROSHIMA, Japan, Aug. 11.—
This atom-bombed city’s Peace
Society hopes to erect a copy of the
Statue of Liberty on the site of ob
litered Hiroshima Castle. ,
Also being discussed by the society
Is the posible establishment of a
peace award similar to the Nobel
Prize. It would be given.to persons
ludged to have the moSt notable
:ontributlons toward world peace
McClure to Head School
LURAY, Va., Aug. 11 (Special).—
G. E. McClure of Fairfield, Rock
bridge County, has been named
principal of Springfield Elementary
School near here, Cecil Graves,
superintendent of schools, an
head back to school
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