The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1946 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 20, 1946
Page 2
Start Free Trial

BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1940 : arouk Grants Arab Leader's Call At Pl«c« of Egyptian King* Arou&es British British Plan Protest to King of Egypt LONDON, June 20. iOP>—HU'-i oflicials fo the'British foreign office conferred today on representations to l)e made lo Euypt regarding HID presence i" Cairo DO YOU KNOW THESE AMERICAN FLAGS? CAIRO June 20 (UP)-Pre- ,,, Orand Mnftl f Jc , u ., n i(. m . aier ItemaU SWky Pasha jmnounc- ed today that th ? Egyptian Cab- decided .tlml the Oiand I A foreign office spokesman announced that representatives would u. „, , , • , , .. I be mad?, but the exact form they JMuftl of Jerusalem, whose pres-' |d ^ . , „ d . „. i Cairo »as disclosed a few cration . The officials met soon .U- ^lours earlier, was a politic* refu- disclosure that the MuHl r^^nmeTtV C at m utde to- was in Egypt anc, secKine sanctuary. Sward , the Mufti, denounced by :Brlti'in,; : ;as a pro-Fascist enemy ^ar>j trouble maker, evidently as- feured him of the sanctuary he Bought in Egypt after his flight 'from Paris.' ";'.' ..'.•'. f The Mufti had taken "refuge" iwith Kiiig Farouk, and his pres- -ence here'was hailed by the Arabs, who regarded his appearance in he Middle East as a sign that he was ready ; to lead them In: their jht Against .the jews over HID Palestine "situation. ' ' ' : The ^-Arabic press, bursts into iraise of the Mufti, HaJ Amin El ilussoiiil, in the wake of the official announcement that ho was n Cairo and had culled uixm King Farcuk r 'tb .ask sanctuary. An Un- Impeachaiile'",'s6urce : sald Farouk would «rant,it-""• (In Lbiidon' thi' Foreign of/ice was drcftlng "reprcsentaLions" ol undisclosed'.'nature ^ to Egypt on the subject, of the Mufti's presence in Cairo:'A'hinted''that London 1 -iriiglit 'ask' Egypt to hand him oyer as an "enepiy" of Britain and. a : "trouble-maker.") The • mystery of the Mufti's whereabouts since his flight from Paris three weeks ago was solved by an : Egyptian communique. It disclosed that " he ' had emerged from concealment to lead the Arab fight against' the Palestine Zionist movement. British lark Definite Data All Arabic newspapers displayed prominently the announcement that Uie King' hart received the Mufti. :'.;•, The .British Embassy said It knew ^ nothing about the Mufti's The spokesman hinted Ihnt Fss'iJt.iaiir, might \>c asked to hand over the Mufti on the grounds tm<i "he Is considered to be an nyeni 1 ' of this country, and a Irotibir: maker." XOTICE Notice is hereby given (hat .1 petition has been'presented to the City Council signed by Mrs. Mni'lha Riles, Orville Chlsiun, W. M. Wil- llanis, Sanford Boouc, A. O. Shtliley and Huddleston & Company Lo clr>se thn_ alley running north ant! H>iith thrquHh the South Half of IJIock 18. Davis Addition and brUv.'.-'ii (ho lot 11 on the west of said alloy anil Lots 1 to 7, both inclusive, on tin; asL ot .said alloy nil lots \t?\:v\ in Block 18. Davis Addition to the City r Hlythcville. Arkansas. All persons are hereby notified hat a'hcarhiH will be held on (he day of July, 1SMG. FRANK WHITWOTITIT, City Clerk. i ; 20-27 laptist Hospital Board ~alls Special Meeting MEMPHIS. Twin., June 20. (UP 1 —The board of trustees of Baptist AN APPEAL TO COD DONT TREAD Of! ME 'T'llH flags pictured here inay be strange to you, but they ore all American banners—predecessors and, in the case of the three belo^v, direct ancestors of today's Stars nnd Stripes, :is describee! In."Flags offAII Nations," by Cleveland 11. Smith and Geitrude A. Taylor. Dining the licrelulion the colonies hod their own Hags. One of the most popular symbols was the pine lice, used in many variations, Uvo of which are pictured above. At left is thu Massachusetts Navy Hay. almost identical with that used on Washington's six v,-arships. Next to it is the Bunker Hill |l;ig, with the red cross of St. George in the eiihton and a pine tree in the cornor of the cross. At upper'right is the Bedford flag, carried by the Minute Men of that city at the battle of Concord. First real ancestor of our present national flat; is the Grand Union- flag, at icwer left, flown over Washington's headquarters /near Cambridge on January 1, 177C. Use of the British Union Jack indicates that the colonists 'then hnd no thought of scpnnilinj! from the mother country. Hut after th'o Dfclaruttun of Independence, the Union Jack,was ousted und Hie first United Stales liny, center, below, made by Hetsy'Ross, appeared. It was made official by the first Flas Act, June, 1777. Admission of two new stales called forth the second Flag Act, creatini! n Hat; with 10 stripes. This was the "Stnr-Spanelcd Banner" that Hew over Foil McHcnry in September, 1814, and inspired Francis Scott Key. As the country i;rew, the practice of adding a stripe for every new state was obviously impractical, so the third Flag Act was passed, April •!, 1C HI, calling for the additicn of a star for every new stale. Jeafis and Shirt-tails Fade Before Veterans ATHENS, O. (U.P.)—Add postwar notes: Blue Jeans with flapping .shirttails for cmnpus co-cds arc fast disappearing at Ohio University l/ecausc the men don't like them. Miss Irnm Zuroweslc, women's dormitory counselor, says that Chit) University Kh'ls "have bec-n much neater about their appear- ance" now that there is a heavy enrollment of servicemen at the university. Slacks and jeans were especially previilenl during the war years as campus and classroom attire when the nic-n were scarce. Some- lightning bolts are than five miles In length. Man has domesticated only hv>< cts— bees and silkmoths. Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do false teeth drop, slip or wabble when yon talk, eat, luuuli or sncciw. Don't be annoyed and embarrassed by such handicaps. FASTUKTH, an ulkuline (non-acid) powder to sprinkle on your plates, keeps false teeth more firmly set. Gives confident feeling of security and added comfort. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Get FASTEETH today a', any drug store. charged [he hospital—supported nv the Baptist convent ions of Tennfti- see, Arkansas and Mississippi—with elng discriminatory In Its ntlnilr.- ions practices. Hospital here meet July 'J o Investigate charges made against :he hospital by members of ttr 1 Memphis and Shelby County Meil- icnl Society. The extraordinary session of trustees was called lust nl^lit Dr. Lawrence T. l-owery, 1 Mountain. Miss., president of th" bOiird. who completed a lwo-tt.ii presence In' Cairo except what hac been reported In the press. It sak it was-'gathelrng all the facts and forwarding them, to London fo: instructions. ' The:.Mufti's sudden reappearanci in public after he vanished from his honle 'near Paris three weeli. ago was expected to have quick politlcai'.reactiQii through llie Mid die East.* It Was-believed'connect- ed with', the fresh outbreak of Jewish violence 'in Palestine.. The. Mufti had been staying at the Syrian :legation In Cairo, an informant s^id, but it was believed lie did riot return .there.after seeing the King. . Experts on Arab affairs said the iiufti was 'clearly 'indiijtite^qS'th^ man fij^lead the Palestine Arabjl' against.'the'jZionist movement.Al- though^lthe - : British . have sai'd he cannot ' reehler Palestine, • from which .he.'h&d in 1939, the Mufti I in Cairci can. keep close touch with followers in Ui'e nearby Holy Lund.' The lyluf ti 'settled the prolonged ' rnystery'. of his '"whereabouts by walking .'alone into' Abdine Palace, i the Cairo, residence of-Farouk, at 8 p. ni. yesterday. lie signed the Kihe's guest;.book, a formality for visiting'.dignitaries. The King re- ceiyed ,^im at 8:30 and heard his plea for prptcctloh as a refugee. , Much' "mys'tety 'still surrounds the. Mufti's., .doings -since he slipped 'away from his French : the'end-'of'May, Best evidence in; diCEtcs~he fiew from Paris to Cairo aboard ah American commercial transport plane carrying a para- port issued In the name of Doual- ibi Ma'rblif. personal investigation hero The medical society group ha I ceches for us:e alsed In France. nhospitnts ar*- Yearly cost of hospitalising an Infantile paralysis victim Is $2500.' with use of an Iron lung raising the cost to $7000. Early-clay Indians believed' the Isold In California soil resulted j'roni • falling petals of the golden California poppy. DUf jo MALARIA? 466 net I XT OHCt to r«- !!•»•.. .uiidby willioni for y.on ... tty t>l SATf - QUICK - SVBE | Grand Mufti Back WE PALMOLIVE SOAP REGULAR 3ATH 3 2 for for 20c 19c CASHMERE BOUQUET ELASTIC STARCH12oz3for27c LIMIT ozpkg PROTEX bars for RICETOASTIES '/>OZ.PKG.FOR 14c G£T O 5'A 07. PffG. FOR 2 4 BOTH FOR uc Coroner Flees From Officers In Kansas City LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 20. (U.P.)— Dr. Frank Eiiglcr,' arrcstn:! here early in the week, was still missing todiTy 'from a neuro-psy- choldgicai hospital in Ktnsas City. LRte - : yesterday, Pulnski County Sheriff. Gus'Caple said that'Englcr coroner^ 1 -'^froni " Ash'down, Little River County, was taken to Kansas CitjT- by Deputies Sam Hnlluin and Roy ; Sewell' at Mrs. Euglcr's request: -He' was taken into custody after a'iwild night here from'Ash- down. - ; . • '. . : Sheriff Cr.plu said he had no details, ; but that he - had -received .a telephone cull from Hallum and .'.Eewcll'to the effect that Englcf ' escaped shortly after tlieir arrival in Kansas City.. , ' The' sheriff added-/.that-. Texas •;' and Arkansas officers .'Investigating the "phantom" murders in Tex?.i' " , n<* ' Hnj Amin el Ihisscini, Gi'and Miii'ti of Jerusalem, in exile for 'the pnst seven years, recently '. landed in Damascus, Syria, in n L British plane. Wartime pal of • Hitler, broadcaster of Na^i propaganda to the Moslem! world, sought by British and ' Yugoslavs as a \vur criminal, Haj Amin eluded capture by the British in 1930, disappeared into Turkey, finally turning up iti Germany. I-'rench captured him - there and took him lo Paris. where he remained until his reappearance in Damascus. kana expressed nn Engler. interest in pr ' Ari7on«. is the fifth largest slate In; the tlnion, with n total land area of approximately 114,001) square miles., Ice Cold Watermelons Peaches Elythcville CURB MARKET 130 K:is( Main Street 'Mitt IT A MILLlOir EILIST BEFORE JULY 1 U. S. Army 3M, BUc. '-. At)u and be sure ol obtaining the Army's generouft iamily allowance for 70ur dependents lot ihe full length ol your enlisl- meht Orer three-quarters oi a million young men hav« eh!i»i«d in the Hegular Army to dale. MAKE IT A MILLION! For full details, apply at your n«cre*l Army Camp or Poit, or TJ. S, Army Recruiting Station. a!! popular brands, ctn SUNSHINE Tea, Tendei tb, pkg CHEEZ-ET oz JACK SPRAT oz can MASON zinc I dozen JOYCORN ° Z MASON 3 do?fin for 211 PRODUCE HOME GROWN bottle SPEAS Vinegar Ballon MASON CORN, fresh field, 6 for Fruit Jars pints dozen FRESK HOME GROWN CUCUMBERS MEATS In. 8c FRESH HOME GROWN TOMATOES Ib. WE HAVE Baby beet,any cuts,U.S. good choice fresh Pork, Pork Sausage, Salt Meat, while it lasts. Your Home Owned Grocery and Ma rkel

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free