The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 19, 1946 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN HLYTHEVIUjg (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Hi 1 DAY, JULY, 1!MG Egyptians Cause New Disturbance Grenade Explodes in British Officers Club -: In Alexandria CAIRO. July 19. (UP)—A crisis ill Anglo-Egyptian treaty negtf- tiallons was precipitated yesterday by grenade explosions at a Bi'ilisli Army club hi Alexandria wlici'C more than a score of persons were Injured. Premier Ismail sldky Pnslm left hurriedly for Alexandria after issuing a statement deploring the Alcx_ andria grennde tossing us a crime against Egypt as well as the British. British Ambassador Sir Ronald Campbell \vns seeking lo see Si^ The British said ho would make f.strong repi'CiV'-triUcms" to the premier on the basis of the incident, the latest of a series in which British military personnel Were killed or wounded. British military officials paid 2 persons were wounded when Hie grenades were thrown Iron) speeding automobile Into un open nir dance in the heart of Alexandria. They said the wounded comprised eiRht army men, i\ member of the Royal Air Force, one woman of the auxiliary territorial service, and 18 civilians, 45 Itciiorlccl Wounded Sidky announced that 45 IMtish military personnel were wounded It appeared later that his overal figure included civilians, possllil} some not listed in the British military report. Tfcc incident on the Hue Corlntl was the sixth of its kind in two and a half months. In three cases bombs or grenades were reported thrown from a black sedan. British delegates negotiating new treaty of allegiance witl Egypt were to have been' guest of the Egyptian Ministry of Agri culture at a luncheon party I ? ri day. Eut today it appeared Ilia the British would not attend, cvl dcnlly because of the upsurge . indignations over (he violence Involving their military personnel. Jews in Rome Protest Palestine Policy In the' shadow "f Ihe Arch of Tilns ill Home, wlicre 10 i-cnUirics ;i|'." •>«'• lo march as slaves by Emperor Tilus, u crowd ol :iOO<) Jews iirolesls Kit Miners were forced policies In Palestine') Awards Mode At Club Ploy Tournament Cross County Youth Eludes Posse 20 Days • WYNNE, Ark.. July 19. (UP)—A former slate hospital pallcnt who apparently fears returning to the Elate hospital eluded neighbors and officers for the 21sL day today in the largest manhunt ever seen in Cross couiuy. • Ira Smith, 30. left home .lime His parents, Mr. nurt Mrs. T'rank Smith, said he presumably . overheard them discussing Ills riraf status and believed he was aboil to be relumed to the hospital Benton, Ark., where he was a pa /lent for six months once before Ira was kicked in the head a horse when he was 10, T Smith said, and dropped out school. She sntd he was ail "above average student, in the scvcnt grade when he was injured ail 1 became mentally deranged." Although Mrs. Smith has bc;ju to despair of finding her son, is believed he continues lo hid out In the woods near their ! Sep.rchers who have only scon him five times during the 20 days, say he is "as fast as greased lightning" and that bloodhounds have been fagged out after picking up his scent and giving chase. Hundreds ol persons have been Plat Lake Home Demonstration Club was awarded Mrsl place for i!s play "Sisters Under the Skin" yesterday at the annual Homo Demonstration Club play tournament, «t Dell School auditorium. Second place went to '.he l^ost Cane Club for the play "No lln:k Sent for Grandma" and third place to Yarbro for "l.lfc Begins nt 05." Mrs. Lee Stiles from yarln-n was named the best actress. Shu plnycd the part of >\ Negro maid. Second best actress was Mrs. ICssic Davis ol Flat Lake, who portrayed n Nero woman In a skit, and third lion-* :s went to Mrs. John Buchanan tor cr part as Mrs, Davis' lui'iuum!, •ho refused to lake n Job as a night •atchnmn In a cemetery. For the skits between nuts. Yar- ro was given fust place for "liacli- lor's Dream" and second place vent lo Flat Lake for "Dialogue Between Black Face Lottie and her Husbiuul." Judges were Dell school U'sxclii'rs, assisted by Mrs. Russell Civtei'W.iy and Mrs. J. A. Luckctl. During the brief business session, the SkUlwny Home Deinon'-Jiriiiioii Club presented the County Hume Demonstration Council with :: S'.'.O bond to be added lo the •>. !! Club House Fund at T'ayetti'Vllle. Memorial Rites Planned For Coats Which Lost Lives in Bikini Blast MOUTH HOI-LY'WOOn. Guilt'.. lily !!). (Ul')--Memoii:il services >, jNials that died In the liikini lorn Iwinb test will be held sun- lay by the Hun Fernando Valley ioat Association. Tails will be blown nnd Hags :)\vcjed to half masl at the ccve- iiony. ••^icrificc ol domestic animals vlilcli have achieved such good for humanity tut the goat" does not further the inlercsls ot science, Frank Ecker, president ol Hie group fiaid. Weasels the United arc found Stales. throughout Itoul Courier News Want Ads. You don'l sla FIRS unless you're BEST! Goodyear remains your best bu >•; Goodyears givo ilio best mileago . : . . . and sound performance. Rioting in Indian City Cause Police to Kill 26 BOMBAY. July 111. (UIM—Astute communique tutiny reveal™ thai 20 persons were killed und "I Injured nt Rnllnin two duvs u;;<> wlu'ii police Ihetl Into u .rrowd of a.OU'J wurk:tr:i (lemonstriillng in Irunt. of :i labor union ofliee. Kitvc Molu-y Todnv, Any Il:iy STOP AND SWAP i:i.)ll-:itT IIUFI'SIAN'S •101 1C. Main I'hiiue S!>S) You iMiisl He Happy or No Deal ii the posse at various limes, nnd s word of iva's disappearance .promts, more come from niiles round to join In the human h'.nU. The speeding youth "ran those louncis so fivst nnd through so rtern many bushes nnd briars that they :ouldn't even bark when they ;avc out," one searcher reported. CHAMB1.IN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We lUiy and Soil GOOD USED CARS Kill Cliainbllu — I.cx Ch:iniljlin Railroad & Ash Sts. Thoiie 2195 HOW'S YOUR RADIO We Give 1 (o 2 l):iys Service on any Rial; We'll Make It Work! Fred Callihan Phone 2642 We Call For ;ind Deliver Authorized M<itontl:\ Itatllo Sales and Service 106 South First St. TASTIER, RICHER DESSERTS Ice Cream, Sherbets riRST EVERY YEAR FOR 31 YEARS , . in G.50 and larger Goodyoar (lO/or'lflc.l •' Pocked by W. N. WILKERSQN & Memphis, B t" o n g o r coed. F™ Judge Ward has the ABILITY TRAINING EXPERIENCE- needed lo raufcc a good CIRCUIT JUDGE lie has Hie endorsement of the Members of Ihc Clay County, 100% strong. Twenty-fi vc yca rs expc- ricncc in the general practice of law—civil and rrim- iiinl cases—in all courls, including the Circuit Court, which office he now seeks. SATURDAY BA KERY SPECIALS 2 Layer-7 Inch Fresh Lemon Cake - Don't Say Bread . . . Say HART'S Bread r s Itlythevillc Owned — Employing Wythcvillc I'cople Born and reared on a Clay County farm. His family consists of a wife, three sons and a daughter. All three sons are veterans of World War 11, the youngest serving overseas in the South Pacific. IJcgan career as School Teacher; lau$rji( five years in I'iggoll Schools. liachelor of l.:uv licgrec from Lincoln-Jefferson University—licensed (o practice law in all Stale Courts, and Federal Courts, indmlini; I ho U. S. Siin.rcme Court, County Judge six years; Slate Representative four years. Need a 24-hr. 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