The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1946 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEttS 1 I THURSDAY, JULY gfr, 1946 kwish Issues Headed for UN Egypt cn4 Iraq Ask Intercession In Palestine Matters NEVV YORK. July 25. (UP) — Egypt, anrt Iraq threatened today to "ask the United Nations to Intercede in Palestine unless Great ^ri- tntn instf.lls n new rq:line *»d ends the present situation in Rial troubled Umd, At the same " me . tlle { *° countries, act Ins In conceit with flv.? other -members of. the Ar<>b League, requested the Britis!: government not to \inUue i's 1P30 pledges limiting Immrgiatton and sales of land to Jews in Palestine. Letters outlining the Egyptian and Irfcqt stand on Palestine were sent to the British embassies in Cairo 6r,d Baghdad last, month and were forwarded to Arkady Sobolev, octins-' secretary general o[ the VN, by" ordinary mail. Sobolev msd'e iniblic th« letters last night. In an explanatory note. Ahmed Lutfi El Sai;!, Egyptian minister of foreign affairs, said the letters were presented "with n view to sub. mining i!ie proposals therein set- forth 'to the general assembly of the United. Nations at, its next meeting." The sFMinbly will meet in New YoiSi Kepi. 23. The note i\ho requested the secretary general u .ss»d copies .of the letters to r.!I members of ll) e UN. ' United Nations officials said, tuey did nol consider the letters a forma! request for the Palestine Iss'JC to be place'd on the agenda of the forthcoming meeting. Both letters emphr.slzed the Importance of. terminatlnc the Palestine situation at once and said "that.» new regime should lie In-1 stalled, inspired by the spirit and principles cf the (liN. chnrtcr." ' Congressmen Offers to Settle Tax Litigation LITTI.'S ROCK, July 25. (UP) — Rep. Pjadjo Cravens uf Fort Smith entered incgollilions ^'Uh the State Revenue Department today to set- The First 'Red Featrnr CAA Asks Ban On Flights by Constellations WASHINGTON. July 26, (UP) — rhe civil Aeronautics Aclmlnistra- Inn called on the Civil Aeronauts uoiird today to ground p«rma- lontly the glnul Lockheed Cons|>V| tion transport planes. now, under a 30-day suspension. 'tne board gave airline users ot (lie Klani four-motored transport ten days in which to lile answers, otherwise they will be consldere<l to have waived CAB hearing on tile question. CAA said It expects to submit by this weekend a list of changes required to make the Constellation airworthy. The pending action to ground permanently the original models will not preclude approval of improved models, the CAA said. The gUun airliners were grounded for 30 days on July 11 after a rash at Rending, Pa., in which five persons were killed. Hearing on the Heading crush is set for July 30. Earlier CAA had banned use ot cabin pressurlm s on the highflying Constellations after they were held to be a fire hazard. Trnnscecan'flights were disrupted by the 30-day suspension. Major domestic lines serving overseas points depended heavily on the Constellation. Other four-motored ships have been substituted on most 'uns. Changes to be required by CAA are expected to Include modifications of the prcssurlzer, carburetor, and other Installations that reportedly have contributed to n lire hazard. ISces keep the air clrcul.illu-« inside the hive by vibrating their wing* in a fan-like motion. THE BEAUTY CLINIC XL_tant !>«.„ Smith, o.^ner (ngnm Bide. Phon* m« President Truman receives Hie first "red feather" to he distributed during the 1940 annual Community Chest campaigns throuj;hoLiL the U. S. Making the presentation are four Wnsliinnton children, left to rifiht: Betty Ann Mason, 5; Danny SUilltng, t), of St. Joseph's Home; Sigrld Sfenyol, 11, a refugee from Germany; inul Ii'vin liaU'limis, 4, a wheelchair polient at Providence Hospital. ?. tip n lenglhly controversy which resulted hi charges of Income tax evasion being filed against him. Revenue Commissioner Otho A. Cook said that the Fourth District, congressman, seeking re-election a. this summer's federal primary, naif written the department n letter which proposed a settlement. The Revenue Department earlier had filed suit in Sebastian Circuit Court, alleging thnt Cravens owea :he state $1.230 '.In income taxes for the years 1040 through 10-11. Cravens said in his letter that he.believed if he owned the state any back taxes it was $891 instead | of Sl.WO. I The representative's income tax discussion originally was revealeo by Le e Whlttnkcr o f Fort Smith Who Is opposing Cravens In tlu election. Whiltaker sought to have Cravens disqualified as n candidate. The Revenue Department later filed the complaint. Answering the complaint. Cravens told Washington reporters thnt he purposely neglected to pay his tux In order to use the sull as a basis for a test of applicability of stute tux exemption regulations by Arkansas persons employed In Washington. lie contended that for lax purposes he was a non-resident of Arkansas since he spends more than six months out of each year In Washington. Attention Home Owners Don't let termites destroy that vital material of your home. For state licensed and state approved termite service fully guaranteed, free inspection, contact H. C. Walls Home Preservation Service 1704 Hearn St. ITS HERE! . .„.... .Loitering on Pitcher Henry ; Tominagn's chest denotes lively ' , campaign Hawaii is making for : ; statehood. Island?' 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Most effective REX SURFACE INSECTICIDE — 5% OUT— Leuveta residue on !uj. facca wliich IB sure dcoth to In- &ects that touch rt Hriectfvenes4 Insis for months. Peerles* be(lbu£ SALE AT ALL STORES Minnie Lee Jones Music Studio ENROLL NOW for Summer Classes in Piano Phon« 2994 or Write Miss Jcm« 807 Chickasawba Blrthevillc, RADIOS REPAIRED AUTO or HOME SETS. ANY MAKE-ANY MODEL We Pick-up and Deliver J. H. Flowers, Mgr., Radio Department LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. TIME This ad Is helne paid for by.friends of EU. Cook who have known him for the past ten to eighteen jeurs, anil Is being published for the information of those who are not personally acquainted with his character, reputation, and qualifications. Ed. Cook has resided In Manila and.Blytheville for almost twenty years. He is 48 years of age, has been In the active practice of law for twenty-five years ant! has had considerable business experience for himself as well as his clientele. His experience is practical and not tlieoretical.nnd lias been acquired by his daily contact with the problems that confront the people of tins county. It is in that way, and that way only, that a man can become o.n.ililied to represent the vast wealth and population, of Mississippi County: There Is no substitute for age and experience. We can say, without fear of successful contradiction, that his reputation anil character are above reproach and that his honesty and integrity cannot ue questioned. We feel that he Li sincere in his desire to represent the people of Mississippi County in the Arkansas State Senate. It is a pleasure for us to recommend him for public office because we I:now that every citizen will be accorded the same courtesy and consideration and that any citizen, can go directly to him and receive his assistance and cooperation so long as it is for the benefit of all of the people of the county and not to enrich one individual or perpetuate the professional politicians in power. While he is certainly independent, we have found him to be reasonable and conservative in his viewpoint and always ready to listen to good counsel. Wo believe that Ed. Cook is worthy and well qualified for the office and that he will, so far as it be :n his power, safeguard and transmit to posterity the principles of Justice, Freedom and Democracy. We Suggest D. COOK For State Senator 2 p.m Biytheville Fair Grounds Adults — 87c Plus Tax Children — 50c Plus Tax Tliis !u!rerlisenient was Inserted and paid for by J. B. Holston, O. S. Brllton, W. A. Grim- melt, K. M. 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