The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1956 · Page 9
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FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1956 BLYTHEVII.l.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NTNF. Mid-East War Fears Have Roots In P re-Wo rid War I Nationalism By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON (AP) — Any war in the Middle East — springing out of Arab'resentment of the Jews of Israel and the West — will have its roots in nationalism and memories that go back beyond World War I. The Mediterranean is at Israel's back. On all other sides it is surrounded by Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon. Al four fought the Israelis in 1948. Britain and France dominated the Arabs, that area between the end of World War I and the end of World War II and reluctantly let go. The British hold on Egypt went back even further. When World War I began the Turkish Empire included what has become Lebanon, Syria, Palestine and Jordan. Britain and France to win over the Arabs when Turkey got into the war on Germany s side promised freedom to the Arabs if Turkey' lost. Turkey lost The League of Nations then E ave Britain and France a mandate - control — over what had been Turkish territory. The French got Lebanon and Syria, granted them independence •1920, but didn't net out. Got Mandate The British got a mandate over Palestine and what is now Jordan but didn't give Jordan independence until 1946. The British didn t Bet out of Palestine until 1948. Meanwhile, the Jews, who had not had a majority In Palestine since the Romans defeated them In 70 A.D.. began in the 20th century to demand that Palestine be made a Jewish homeland. In 1917 the British said they looked favorably on the idea. The British did nothing to make it a reality. When Jews swarmed il to Palestine to escape Hitler's persecutions in the 1930s, the Arabs were alarmed. Came World War H Which weakened the French and British. France got out of Lebanon and Syria in 1946. Britain let Jordan declare Independence the same year but retained military ties with the Jordanians. In 1941 the United Nations voted to divide Palestine into two states: One Arab, the other Jewish. The Arabs protested this creation of a Jewish state where, none had existed for 1,900 years. The British were getting out of Palestine. On May 14, 1948, the Jews there declared the republic of Israle. . Syria, Jordan. Egypt and Lebanon went to war against the Is- ralls. It lasted a year. The armistice that followed has been broken many times since by border clashes. The Arabs refuse to recognize Israel as a state. In that war the outnumbered Israelis — there are about 1,600,000 of them while their four neighbors have 40 million people— oui- — fought the Arabs and wound up Brennan. "And get that lousy fake with much of Palestine which the i gun out of here too." U.N. had said should be Arab. The man did, leaving the cash That was another sore spot for drawer untapped. Egypt has a leading part In thi: picture now. Britain moved intc the kingdom of Egypt in 1882 to administer it and make It a pro tectorate in 1914 to defend it from the Turks. In 192J In 1922 Britain ended the protectorate, recognizing Egypt as sovereign state, but reserve vari ous rights there, including de fense. This was a goad 16 the Egyptians who were militarily un able to throw the British out. A movement for complete inde pendence began in Egypt, and in 1947 the Egyptians went before the U.N. to demand that Britain get out. The British did, finally . On July 26, 1952, revolution lee by the army threw out King Pa rouk. The man behind this coup was Lt. Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser now Egypt's Premier, all-arount strong man, and new leader of the Arab world. In stepping into Arab leadership Nasser did what someone was bound to do sooner or later. He took over a vacuum. The Arabs had been disunited, their leaders distrustful of one another. Thi." lack of unity helped whip them in the war with Israel. Hungry Burqlor Easy to Catch ARVADA. Colo. (£>)—A man who ate a watermelon and drank a half gallon of orange juice before try- Ing to burgle a supermarket safe was caught easily in a foot race with two patrolmen yesterday. Police Chief Leonard Smith said 8. M. Webb. 24, was nabbed In a chase after the patrolmen noticed the safe was not in Its usual place in the window. Smith said Webb hid in the store icebox at closing, eating watermelon and drinking orange juice. Webb was booked on suspicion of burglary. Would-Be Robber Is Humiliated NEW YORK (#)—A stidcup man ran off in shame last night when the cashier of a Broadway restaurant refused to accept substitutes. "Get out," roared cashier Joseph Letter of Apology Didn't Work BALTIMORE (X*) — "Dear Mr. Herman: "We are writing in regards to the incident that occurred in your place of business March 5, 1956. We are speaking, of course, of the attempted holdup." , With that, Edward Jessur Jr., 32, and Rudolph Garnett, 30, of Richmond, Va... began R letter of apology to Arthur Herman, Baltimore tavern keeper who foiled a holdup by knocking; one of two bandits to the floor and holding hirri there. The other fled. According to state's evidence at the trial, Herman got the letter from both men. "We would appreciate it if you 'Democrat' Must Go, Judge Says LOS ANGELES OP)—Roy R. C. Sanderson, who is a candidate for Los Angeles County supervisor, won't have his nickname on the June primary ballot. Sanderson says he Is generally known as Democrat Sanderson, but Superior Judge John J. Ford yesterday denied his petition to have | the nickname included, holding that Democrat as a nickname has entirely too much political significance in a contest for a non-partisan office. Last of Lincoln Death Witnesses Is Dead at 96 BALTIMORE OP)—Samuel Jame Seymour, believed the last surviv ing witness to the assassination o Abraham Lincoln, died today. H was 96. Seymour, & carpenter and con tractor who made his home in th< Baltimore area, had been in failini health since February, when he fel in a New York City hotel just be foer appearing on a national tele vision program honoring Lincoln', birthday. He died at the home o lis daughter, Mrs. Irene Hendley in Arlington, Va. Seymour aald he recalled being in Ford's Theater as a child of five when John Wilkes Booth fired thi r atal shot and leaped upon thi stage. Increase the Value of Your Home with Custom Designed Wrought Iron You're assured of dependable, Expert Service and Finest Quality Material at Surprisingly Low Prices. PHONE OSCEOLA 816 FOR FREE ESTIMATES DELTA ORNAMENTAL WORKS Osccola, Arkansas wi th the new miracle brain ELNA No diali to ist. No knobt fo turn. 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The Arkansas Merit Council, to which she has appealed her dismissal, announced the date Wednesday. Dr. Brennecke was dismissed by Welfare Commissioner Carl Adams to vacate the position for Dr. Ellery C. Gay of Little Rock. Dr. Gay held the post from 1938 to 1943 when he entered the service. Woman's Society of Christian Mrs. Jack McKlnley, Mrs. Jack Hill, Mrs. E. C. Skeen and Mrs. C. B. Wood. Mrs. McKlnley presided over the business session after which the hostess served a salad plate. Mrs. W. R. Llghtfoot, Miss Mary Llghtfoot and Sir. and Mrs. Elgin Service of Methodist Church met In i nixon of Half Moon wore Sunday "•- " "--' " - " visitors of Mrs. Minnie William's and John Allen. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Castlio spent a week in Hot Springs attending the laces. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Skeen and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Skeen attended a family reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Steward at the home of Mrs. Carl Burton with 10 members present. .The meeting was presided over by Mrs. Logan Rozelle, who also gave the opening prayer. Follow. Ing the business session, the study lesson from the book, "Within Two Worlds," was given by Mrs. Burton. Mrs. E. R. Bogan gave a program on Easter and its meaning and Mrs. Rozelle gave the devotional. The society presented Mrs. R. w. Thomas with a lifetime membership certificate and pin. The dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. S. B. Sozelle. A school of music was held at Baptist Church last week. It was I lead by Leroy McClard, who is | director of the church music de- j partment in Arkansas. i Six- members of the Women's Missionary Union met at the Bap- j list Church with Mrs. Walter Wood as program leader. Group singing opened the meeting. Mrs. Walter Wood gave Uie devotional. Those on program were Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Gallop had as weekend guests their son, Dupree Scale, Mrs. Seale and daughter, Mrs. Rayburn Clowers, of Leavenworth, Kans. Harold Hill of Little Rock visited his mother. Mrs. A. J. Hill, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. William LInd and Mrs. Emily Bond of tyemphls were recent guests of Mrs. A. J. Hill. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Skeen and Mr. and Mrs. Clny Chrisco spent Friday and Saturday at Mountain View. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Reid of Lambert, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Rpld and baby and Miss Jean Evelyn Reid of Clarksdale, Miss., Armorel in honor of Edd Steward, I were recent visitors of Mr. and At first Adams said only that Dr. the division. Brennecke was being relieved to make room for Dr. Gay in the spirit of the law that required returning servicemen to be given their jobs. Later Adams charged that Dr. Brennecke had caused disunity In WE RENT • HOSPITAL BEDS . . . BABY BEDS • HOLLA WAY BEDS • USED REFRIGERATORS • USED WASHERS WADE FURNITURE CO. 112 W. 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