The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1946 · Page 7
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BIA'THEVIT.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1046 King Fwouk Act? To Halt Russians Milwaukee Mother Recovers In Record Time li*y If. <UP)- cd Kin Fuoyfc of **ypt was campaign to ha)( a Arab sUt«s tpvard Russia. They made clear {hey, do not expect Soviet help in Palestine Farouk has invited heads of Arab states to a conference on Pylieitlne nnd other Arab questions.' Quarters close to the Arab higher committee viewed this as the king's ilrst move toward counteracting a spread of lu^sigti influence In the middleast. Egyptian fear of Soviet pjainis in tibya, cpupled 'with general Arab approval of \ht British ev»- ciiation.g£*turf in -pg.vpt, were seen at reasons' for Arab" reluctance to engage in a serious conflict with BrllaJrt and 4>e United States, eve.i over- Palestine/ '. A rshara decline In belligerent fcraS stiUmejitii piv Hie J^nglo- Americdn Palestine report was evident: Dr. Izzat Tannous, Arab' higher committee spokesman, said the committee did not comtemplate use of force and was not ready for a clasri'. ' Moderate Arabs said they believed the Anglo-American report would be substantially modified., ; .THe Arab attitude toward Rus- 4ia -appeared to liave 'cooled in re- "cerit . 'dajs, ancl af the same time British prestige has risen. . Arab leaders made overtures to Russia lot help in 6PP6sin7 the Immighi- tipn of 100,000 Jews to Palestine, Including an Arab higher committee Spy trial Judge Herbert p. Hlnlclc of Milwaukee. Wis., Is Justly proud of his newly born daughter Pamela, who was |usi hours and' 15 minutes old v^'licn this picture was made. Mrs. Hltiklo, who is prt'puriny suppor, \va.s ujj and around just n half hour after the child was born. Mr. Illnkle, wlio delivered one of his OUIC.T tv.'o " ' ctdldveu, ws tl\c only attendant at Pamela's birth. <NKA TclEi>hol».\ Minute Details Are Prepared For Bikini Atomic Bomb Tests to . premier Stalin. , Dr . Tennbus announced yesterday, "^ye"'-"- do ' -not expect a Russian r^ply <: tp our note to Stalin." He •lid not explain trie " circumstances behind the statement. By JOSFfM I" MYI.ER ABOARD U. S. S.'MT. MCKINLEY en route to Honolulu. May (4 iUP>—Trie U.. S. is. Mt. McKtti- ley, Flagship of the "Operations Crossroads" fleet, will clear Bikini Lagooi) ji|st jhre« 'lours before, detonation lime, and'will stand by to wrought may lie afforded. Nine destroyers, a swarm of smaller bouts, six airplanes nnd one helicopter—all equipped with radioactivity gauges—will-make a patrol lo determine when it becomes safe for salvage cmft and the transport group to. enter ,t)ic Lagoon. A scoiu witness the blast from- a distance plane will keep trnck of each burst 1 :: of only 10 miles. : • .atomic cloud rising to the strnto- ' An pperat|0|) schedule calls for sphere. The.plnne will report any Vice Admiral W. H. P. Blandy's unexpected direction shifts ivliici: flagship-to'stay in-the'Lagoon nil 1 ll 8lH endanger the task force, night before e'neh,. qf-the (wo test' In both tests, tile entire flcnt will days, designated" as "A-pay" aiid be kept Informed of the fops in City Finances ' STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (UP) — The?; Pennsylvania "DuUfi" telt. Ifhere the population is noted for its ^lRduttrioi(5itess nnd thrift." has Hhe 'soundest, munipipal credits in tfie state. The financial condition of the twit;* 1 which extends from Cham- p^rsS\5rg"To 'Easton, Is revealed by Benjamin. H. Shoemaker 3rd, in n repoK ^j' a -recent Issue of "Tlie Lea^de of Cities'." published in co- 6per»<iOn with the Institute of Local- Government, e'tafe-- College'. Pennsylvania The "Djitch" belt, according to - has . commanded the ratings and the lowest rateit pf interest on bond issues. SecoBd to.the""butch"- beH.is the area;..in the .northwestern part of the jriate' from Meadvl!l e to Wi| it,- including, oil-producing ' ' ': "Sbjpe'maker also notes that municipalities in. the "Dutch' 1 area 1«1 otherlmunicipalities in the ijcrcent- age.ipf tfltal . populatipn einplpyed Readlhg. Harrisburg, Lancaster Tprkji and Allentown rated m than'; 40 --per cent. vBeihlehem was sixth with 30.9 per Ant.' •''' .* r •* "-' . ^ _ - "B-Day". ..Four |\ours before the atpnilc .superfortress, bomb is scheduled to explode on ach of the two lest days this 2.700-ton vessel Vi' 11 ' start for the Lagoon entropce. An liour later ihe will report flear, Tlie McKlnley'anf! the destroyer jarton. will lie together ID miles the burst. The trans|>orts carrying newsmen, congressinen and United Nations observers will wntch from wore than 18 ml\es away. " : , A toy.l \>f 292 men will s|>end Ihc nights befpre and early inorn- Ings- of "A' ! and. "B" days—July 1 and 2—a.bpard targe^ ships and on'four nearby Islands of the atoll. They will be'taken aboard transports and sinall. craft at about the same time the bomb-carrying superfortress takes off. The bomb will''be dropped at "M-hour"— 9 a. m.^-on "A-day In the second test—three weeks later—the bomb will be affixed lo a barge al or under the surface of the sen nnd is expected to hi 1 far•more'destrucllve, to the target ships than the mid-air explosion of the first. Observers are expected t,o be permitted to . enier the Lagoon the day fpllowhig the first burst. Tt may be,we.5Xs after tiie secpnd before a clqseup yieyp of the hayo Of the burst by radio from the China Recovers Bones Of Famous Buddhist CANTON <UP>—The 1,000-yonr- old bones of Hie famous Buddhist scholar Tour; Sum Clioau. who tlicl much to spmul the BiulHliist culture- throughout cliiun, have been locaUsd hi ;i Cantonese tcmplo fo!~. letting inquiries made by the Chinese Ministry of Bdiicnlion. Tlio bones were removed from llielr resting plnce in Nanking by n puppet official diirini; tiie war, nnd were believed 10 have been taken lo Canton. Tlie Nanking office or the Education Ministry reriuesteil its Cnnton '.irru'^h to conduct n search, and the LHJI.I, were locatetl in the Lufc. Y\nv\ Tenipk 1 . canton's biggest niukihis'. shrine. They will be interred ni Nationnl GlHinushiiii Unlvei'sllj I here. Justice Wilfred Lazure, of the Quebec Superior Court, V. the presiding judge at the espionage trials in Montreal of Fred Rose and Dr Raymond Boyer Rose. Communist member ot the Canadian parliament, and Dr Buyer, assistant chemistry professor at McGill University, are charged with collaborating \vitli Russian spy ring seeking atomic bomb data Come in o Today For the Teen-Agers Abroad Get 'Pals' Through Mayor KVANSVILLE, ind. (UP)—Mayor Maji.son Reichei't of Evansvill^ i^as blanched out into international "match-making." First, he found Evansville youths to correspond with teen-aged English girls who wrote him for names ol "pen pals." Ncnv. tie's looking for a boy correspondent for Sonju Regouw, a IC-ycar-old Dutch girl who wrot;; him, "1 believe in America nearly all is possible, so perhaps it won't surprise to get letters from strange girls." DELUXE CHAMPION! Rend Courier News Want Ads. f A WOW TO TH£ Mf£ \rWACHINt8) ^ HOW! / lour crop is too valuable and too badly •~*~S\ needed to lose any part of it. So guard against breakdowns and delays by putting your binder and combine in tip-top working condition now. 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