The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 7, 1946
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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1040 BLYTHEVILLR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Egyptians Win Concessions Briton to Evacuate AH Troops to Ease , Tension in Cairo. i ; BY WALTER COLLINS • United fress Staff Correspondent ; CAIRO, May 1. tUP>—The Brl: lisli government announced lodny ! ', that it proposed a cuinplctc with- j v lirawul of all British land, sea utul ' , iir forces from Egypt at n rale to ! be decided In Anglo-Egyptian ne- • Kdtlations. A British embassy communique ; announced the Attlee government's decision at the opening of negotiations for revision of Ihe 20! ; year Anglo-Egyptian treaty. ..tin. ' action followed anti-British rio'..s j: caused by Egyptian fears that Ihe j J British would keep at least an air- j • force in the country. "The governmcnl of the United Scottish Rite Masons Meet In Little Rock LITTLE ROCK, May 7. (UP)— Tile Ros« Croix will confer the sixteenth through Die entghteemh degrees this morning a t the .second day of a three-day reunion of the ancient and accepted Scottish Kite of Freemasonry In Lit lie Hock. Lawrence Adalr, Little Rock wni veteran, was the first of 400 candidates for degrees yesterday when the fourth through the fourtmill degrees were conferred by the Littie Rock lodge of perfection. The fifteenth degree was conferred Attorney General R«ll«S |<UP>—Ally. oen. auy Wll11ams|dule who hus compiled wllh parly aalntt Part* Cn«tmi*t»» nlk ' cl y«l*«li»y Hint the comity!"" 1 ? Wl who is otherwise not » gairm rany committee .. comrlu com , n | Uc( , i s W uhout autu- J<iii«imed elector. 'LITTLE HOCK, Ark., Mity 7.'orlty to refuse lo certify » cmkll-[ In unswor to » letter from W. Ulshop of AsluloViii, Williams (tins no po*'*r to decide." I thai "wlu'Uicr or not a per- The slate of Wyoming Is 35 miles Ions and 276 miles wide. W ium Is a (nullified elector Is n Judl- flnl (juestlun which the comnillU'i' lucky, meet* wttMn th* of race tracks •*«* Mkwi Bumbling Is peratttUd By U*. ' * Ihe Little RocW Chapter Rose Croix last nlghl. This afternoon the Liltle Rock Council Knights Kadosh will confer the niiieteeth through Ihe twenty-ninth degrees. A total of 28 north Little Rock - , ,_. and 83 Little Rock candidates arc | r "The government of the United include< , (ll Ule class 0{ 499 , ollc ! K " 18I ?°S -V-T 1>rol> ? secl «««"'•«»•« of thc mrgest ever received In t < of all British naval, military ami r.fitio n«vl: I \ an; forces from Egyptian territory, [ < and to settle in negotiations the j • stages aivd date O f completion :>f 1 ( this withdrawal and arrangement;; •*" to be made by the Egyptian government to make possible mutual , t asKitUmce in time of war or imminent threat of war in accordance with the alliance." The' announcement of the British decision was issued by agreement with Premier Ismail Sidky ,> Pasha of Egypt. Authoritative Egyp- )£ tian sources pointed out that the /j lechniQUe did not necessarily mean C; that Sidky agreed with it. lions, but he declined lo comment fe Means E«aulity for Egyptians on the 1948 presidential year. ^ The British said it was Iheir I stnssen was interviewed at La•" ? Eettled policy to deal with Egypt Guardia , Field where his plane bitlle Rock. More than 900 Masons have registered for the-reunion. Stassen Wants 60 New Faces In Congress NEW YORK. May 7. (U.P.) — Formei Minnesota Governor Harold E. Stassen said today that he was "out to elect" 60 new gressmen in the November con- elec- L-- as between "two equal nnlions having interests in s common." The'British proposal at the outset of the negotiations \vith Egypt api>eareri to be aimed at taking ' th e heat off Egyptian reaction to /'Uie continued presence of British | troops in this country and the ' acknowledged Egyptian feeling th:il thev were being treated as a sui- ellile. Last night 1,500 Egyptians and foreigners attended a • lavish reception given by the premier on the- occasion • of King Faroxik's completing his first decade on the lhrone. No British representative attended. The absence of the British was understood to have been due lo feeling over the explosion of •*° grenade at a YMCA in which 15 British soldiers were injured. The embassy announcement of Ihe withdrawal decision said the withdrawal wiis proposed durina talks on revision of the Anglo- Egyplia'n treaty. There have been Jfepea'ed ant!-Briti?ii demonstrations in Egypt during recent weeks campaigning for a complete British witlxlrawal. ., -The cmbassry announcement added, ..-"In yiew of the -general- speculation on the subject of tre.uj negotiations, the United Kingdar delegation decided with the con" qurrence of Premier Sidky PashJi td s -issue the following announcement: •"It is the settled policy of His JVfajesty's government in the Unlt- f ,ci Kingdom lo consolidate their alliance with Egypt as on e taetiwen two-equal nations having interests in common. "In pursuance of this |X>Hcy. ne- golialion.s have begun iu an atmosphere of cordiality anil good will." Torn Washington stopped briefly. Asked about the Wisconsin Rc- jublican convention's action in refusing lo endorse Gov. Walter S. lioodlanct for reelection, Stnssea said: "I have always been friendly ith Gov. Goodland through the years and have always had a high regard for him. I have no specific comments on the conven- :ion's action." Asked for comment o n reporU I that thc CIO Amalgamated clothing Workers Union will campaign for the defeat of some congressmen, Stassen said: "I'm out lo elect 60 new ones, and I supix>se there are not very many places where our programs will coincide." Keiser Pupil Honored Miss Ruth Taylor of Keiser. Student at University of Arkansas. Fayetteville. received one of the 5 Evison-Riegall prizes for outstanding work In philosophy and psychology, other J25 awards in Uiis division went to Bob Scott of Lewisville, Ann Adams of Batesville and Walter Richards of Van Buren. -•-.'• valued at from $75.000 to $100.000. to his two teen-aged daughters. "The sale will be held up until the ownership of the silver is legally established." O'Leary said. He said he believed Patino was in France. Patlno's wife, a cousin of the late King Alfonso of Spain, is in New York. Ownership Dispute Delays Silver Sale NEW YORK, May 6. (U.P.)-- Sale of 07 pieces of antique silver to satisfy a judgment obtained by Christina Patino on a $500,000 note against her husband, Antenor. son of the Bolivian tin king, has been held up on the ground thsi'. the silver is not his, it was learned .today, Joseph V. O'Leary, named by the Ne»r York Supreme Court last August to direct a sale of certain of • Patino's properties, said plans jxert held up afler receipt of a •ublcgram from Patino pointing ^iit that he had given the silver, LADY'S STOMACH WAS LIKE A GAS FACTORY: M EALS TURNED TO GAS One lady said recently that her stomach used to be like a "gas factory!" That is, when she ale a it seemed to turn right into gas. Sh? Was nVwttys bloated, had awful stomach gas pains, daily headaches and constant irregular bowel action. Now, however, this lady says she is FREE of STOMACH GAS and shn says the change is due to lakin>j \ INNER-AID. Her meals agree with her. No gas or bloat after eatiiii?. Headaches and conslipatiou arc gone. 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