The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1948 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 1, 1948
Page 7
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THURSDAY, JULY 1, (AR1CJ COUKTBR NEWS 8EVKT Smaller Jewish State Foreseen Compromise Might Bring Territorial 'Swap' with Arabs By Ceo Turner (United Press Staff Carre spend ent) NEW YORK, July J. ~-(UP>— Qualified foreign observers in Palestine believe that the Jews may 1 have to settle, in the final analysis, tor a smaller state than that they ivould have been assigned by the United Nations partition plan of last ^November. V(They may have to trade part of the Southern desert for a portion of Arab Galilee, these observers believe. The first problem, H appears, will be to persuade the Arab leader, especially King Abdullah of Trans- Jordan and King Parouk of Egypt, to agree on a division of Arab Palestine. Then will come the problem of a compromise beUveeu Arabs and Jews. That will probably include: 1. Division of Ihe Jewish Negiv or Southern desert betw ,-u Trans- Seize Texan Driving Human Freight Prison Deals In Oklahoma Bring Inquiry WASHINGTON, July 1. — (UP! —A House committee charged today Hut the Oklahoma Stnte Penitentiary at McAlester hart improperly acquired and disposed ol federal surplus property. The report ol the •executive Expenditures Subcommittee was made public by Its chairman, Rep. Ross Klzley. R. Okla. He filed the report, with the fill committee with i request that th< case be referred to the Departmen of Justice for further Investlgatloi of "obvious violation of certain fed eral statutes." He requested the Jus tlce Department be »sked to tak appropriate action. The report was prepared by Haze Huffman, a subcommittee Investigator. The group has been Investigating surplus property disposal. The property Involved, the reiwrt said, cost the federal government In excess of $500,000 and was »c- liilred by the penitentiary under It* priority status as an agency of the State of Oklahoma. "Th« investigation discloses "the report uld, "that the State of Oklahoma and the State Board of Public Aft aim approved these purchases f surplus property by the Oklahoma State Penitentiary, and also approved the resale of most of said property by that Institution even in cases where the certificates under which the state penitentiary pur chased provided specifically that the property was being purchased for Itg own use and was not subject to resale." Some ol the major Hews pur chased by the penitentiary iiucl resold to private customers as well ns other state institutions comlsteil of dungarees and blue chambnvy shirts the report said. Methodists Convene for Jurifdictionai Meeting COLUMDIA, s. C., July 1. (UPJ —The Southeastern Jurisdictions Conference o( the Methodist Cluirt-l opened here yc.stordny with spea«c crs cmi'liajlzmn the need (or th church to net In world affairs, Bishop Arthur J. Moore of Allan presided "We have not astemb- ed to nlve demonlnatlonal accenU," said. Bishop Moore said that, what the world needs most in the present rlsta is a spiritual revival. "Til3 <!c»l and restraint of the Chits- ian church have been too fin 1 withdrawn Ironi altfllrs ol Ihe world." The All&ntft bishop re.s|x>nded to welcome address by Oov. J, Strom Thurmond who said he wns convinced that- the present crisis In he world "is due lo a breakdown u fullh and a turning invny from iod." The governor deplored the amount of money belns .spent nimtnUly in South Cnrollnn Tor nlrahollc Ixiv- Kes. He culled It K "shcvmi! iincl u disKrnco" and suld ho appreciated the work being done by the churen lo ilLscournKC use of .such beverages. Dr. J. W. Jncluum of Columbia welcomed the conk'mice to the city lifter Dr. Lud H. totes of Uycrsbuij, '1'enn. culled the roll. IDr, F.ste.s was rot'Ieutcd conference secretary by unanimous vole at the morning session. Commtatlonw of Revenue* of th* SI nlc of Aikai^as has bailed a per- mil, No. 309 to Tli« Little Shop to sell and dispense vinous or iplrlt- iious liquors for beverage at reUtl on the premises described u HoUl Noble. Hlilg., Broadway and. Wal- nut, BlythcrlU*. ; ThU permit i«ue4 OB UM M 4w of July, IMt and rapir« « tha aotb <Uf al June, Itt*. THE LITTUC HUM r. 8UU partner ' FwmttfaM 1-lekl-r NOT1CK OF GKANT1NC! OF LIQUOlt I'KKMIT Notice U hereby trlvon that tin WED IN THE WOOD Q ttte&*t4 fo you / h meani tlial fine Glemuore i'hii',11.."' —, 4 inn .... mot. old. 7t* in choicest grain neutral spirit) aeuinU «plrtl«. whiikiet are blended with dua " ... . ... «>o but Insleud ol being bottled immediately, "ThompW h put back Into barrolt to make It imoorher, tastier. »rw.o o Three Mexicans demonstrate how they were brought from Texas to Jordan and Egypt, which will give j Chicago in a false-bottomed truck. Chicago police seized 39 Mexicans, who ! i smuggled across tlie border into Texas. They arrested llcynnldo en, of San Benlto, Tex., an American ritiani, who drove the truck. , coveted port on | | md King Abdullah tain m protect the Suez Canal. 'Britain, who has lost her hold on Syria, Lebanon and Egypt, is vitally interested in keeping a finger on the Mediterranean coast. 2. The Jews lu return receiving part of Arab Galilee which Jewish armies now occupy. 3. Possibly an economic coalition which would give the Jews the sovereignty they demand and the Arabs *-he "Palestine Federation" on which w,\ey Insist. Not Time for Compromise The 39, riding beneath a load of cantaloupes, were believed destined for cheap farm and fnctory labor, but ]x>llce turned them over to immigration officials. (NBA Telepholo.) Civil Rights Program Passage Urged by Man Who Helped Draft Plan I NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 1. — (UP)—One of the men who helped I draw up President's Truman's much- But the time has not "come yet to ' debated civil rights I™B™m \* on talk compromise. Neither Arab nor record^ today that it still should he Jew was hurt seriously in the four weeks fighting before the present tie for a smaller state.*' truce. Confidence Is high and tern- A U.N. advisor to Secretary Gen- pers hot. eral Trygve Lie said that if the Uni- Delano McXeh'ay, stocky, blond, ted States and Britain would aEree youthful new American consul, told today on division of power in the me when he arrived in Haifa from Mediterranean, peace would return Mukden, China, en route to Jerusa- to the Middle East tomorrow. Anier- lem to replace the late Thomas C. lea is on its way in. Britain is strugWasson: "The Jews can't hope to gllng to hang on. conquer all the Arab countries. No one believes such an agrce- which they would have to do to win mcnt will be reached until after the the war, and the Jews can hold «t presidential election In America, for a long time. Both sides must Meanwhile, America is the strongest have the edge taken off their tern- force in Israel. And when Britain per before they are ready to com- applies the pressure, the Arabs will promise. The Jews may have to set- stop shooting. FARMERS- passed by Congress "immediately." Dr. Robert K. Carr. of Dartmouth College, n member of the president's Civil Rights Committee, told the annual Racial Relations Institute ' at Fish University that "we can't afford to wait in this troubled world." He said Congress should | pnss the program "without waiting for the slowest and most backward states" to take action. ; Doctor Carr said also that among the parts of the prop;ruin "needed now" are anti-segregation, anti-poll lax ami fair employment practice laws. The institute, which began Mon- c!ny, will last through mid-July. It is sponsored annually by Fisk University for Negroes and the American Missionary Association. Kill Grass With Fire! White-tail deer signal to their kind with their white flag, or tail. Read Conner News Want Ads. Wf cif VACATION? To add to your Vocation Fun g*> th»i» outing ond iporting goodilo rak« along! 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