The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 5, 1947
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1947 '.S. Grand Jury Dtlayt Action in M*y9rt COM ..of Holy Lands, Plan Broad Campaign Catted Walter OoHin |Utt Correapoade TVA Bookkeeping I WASHINGTON, Dec. t. (UP) - Oh.lrman Clare E. Hoffman, R, . Mich., o( the Home Executive .Expenditure. Committee, iugge»t«d ye»t*rday thai an Investigation of OAIBO. Jcwe. ». iu.r.;——•-»"— -•- —— — - the Tennessee Valley Authority's the Jihad in wpeetedjo eUrt ellppinf Into Palestine »hortly to fo™ bookkeeping might be In order, hat has been summoned to wace a Holy I u n rr m . n t/iM t.h« M DM. t- (U.P.)-«aoalem. who have al«n»d uie. pledge _ L of the army that has been summoned to wage a Holy war acaint partition of the Holy Land. jioaJem recruiting has been to- Hoffman told the House It li important to determine whether the TVA has been "hiding 1U red ink .Mo^m'T^ruitta, has been ,o-+ : ' «Vena,Tur^' to* on tor several month, in ami- 0 , her rouble warrior, of history ^ _„,«-..„ w€ ,hould have »n '•*Sf^^J*.:'£!^.J l LE! participate in the eruaadee ___ "iCSion to iN If Uw n* been etepped up. Three week* ago .otne 1,500 tribal sheiks assembled dpebon of the dedaton of the p.rticipated In the eruaadea. United Nations to partition Pales- rnere are classic rules for eon - to the la»* few days It ha. ducUn g a jin^, but they probably i -,. will not be followed In the present | M1 ° strife. Following are the claaslc' •» r °- steps: ,.,.„.—. . .—. , —• or aanc-1 The enemy 1. Invited to embrace i . , tffled'.blood-lettine-ln behalf, of IgUm by . (1) becomlni a Moham- Reader. *-."« 'their J0>00,000 followers In Iraq, mtdlin or ( j) m ter1n« Into a treaty «ynn.aylJiJ Iran, AffhuUaUn and other cor- nt pro t ec ti 0 n and trlbuU. den .,"",,, ners of the Hoalem world. They — •• ----- - - ••-" I «»«kln said were the leaden of the Shl-ite \ bookkeiplni." h "* "^ p * v f n ™ by Vr 8 "um.n ose °' the KCV.-. face the rule, of the Jihad atlpu- foy "Earlier this week the Council of jut* that the door of repentance 1*1 Uiemaa, head, of 'Aiar, which Is still open and the enemy may eur-l the.larn*t Moslem university, nlso I render with honor. I "• Jihad. The Council of But if.the enemy'.«tlll choose, to UHn u repreeenU the Bunnl sect fight and the Is vlc- of -Iriam which has most of lUltorlous then the lives of .all the member. In E»ypt, Syria, Palestine losere are forfeit, their foods may and Tran.-Jordan. be. seized and members of their the action of the Council of Ul«- famllie. sold into alavery. ma. cleared the consciences of any Moslems-who might have opposed violence against tt" Jews. "Anybody dying In defense of Pal- eatlne U conaldered a martyr," t>ro claimed the council. War Cheei Awmbled That was an Incentive recruiting, but the council went even further. It aet up two •commissions. • >ne to WASHINGTON, Dec. 8. (UP) — A federal grand Jury today neared completion of the first phase of a weeping Investigation Into the wartime business deals of retired Ifaj. Gen. Bennett E. Meyers. As llic Jury temporarily, laid aside tiie Meyers case to take up other pressing business, government jroaecutor. Indicated they have al- •eady presented the main body of ;helr evidence against the former air force procurement officer. It was believed the Jury might take formal action In the Meyer, case within the next few day.; Blerlot H. Laniarre, his wife, Mildred, and T. E. Readnower, the three main government wltneaws against Meyers, completed three day. of jury testimony on their relations with the retired general yesterday. Prosecutors said they would not be recalled during the present phase of the Jury'. Inquiry. Read Courier New. Want Ad*. 25 Crime Films Are Blacklisted By Movie Group NEW YORK, Deo. 5. (UP) — A& *cv uy •.-« -~ [Twenty five were.on be in charge of recruiting.and the the b , ack lllt 0 , ^ Motion Plci other to be responsible for collecting ture Ajjoc^uon O f America today •_ . - . ^. .,,—.. the organlaitlon opened a cam- RCAV/ICTOR fund, for .the Jihad. The flrrt members of the Moslem near-head army are expected to alip into Palestine from nations on 'the perimeter of the Holy Land. When.they will .trlke to force If eT«r, ta known to no v one except the Moslem hlth command. Two'men'will shape the Moslem forces are Fawzl el Kawakjl, a Sy- •rlan'who wa. a'leader In the 1936 and 1W» Arab revolts In Paltstine, and Taha el Hashiml Pasha,' an Iraqi. Both of them are now in Syria' where volunteers from Iraq, Syria and Lebanon are being trained. Ejyptlan volunteers, It Is report- .ed, will be trained at home and then placed under command of the Arab war lord..'Major Mahmoud 'Lablb, who once was expelled by the Britlah from the Holy Land, Is expected to .upervtse the training ot Egypt' • T recruits. ' The Moalem world proclaimed a Jihad atatort the German. In World W*r -IT. E. Lawrence—Lawrenc ot ArabU-helped the Arabs carry ..the banner of the Cresent through the de»ert afainst the Germans an Turk, until the climax ot the cam paWeame with Allenby's trlum phant entry into Jerusalem.s • Cla*de Roles Prevail' Another Jihad -wa. described dur- ,inc .the crusades when the chivalry of Europe : s«t out lo recapture *"•*• . , _.._-* M_U_*i. n |«<ir TJInh. palgn against the jloriflcatiojv.of crime and criminals on the acreen. The Board of Directors voted Tuesday to strike from tlie MPA title registration list film, consider- d to be, "objectionable and urisuit- ble" Including such recent title. as "Al Capone", "Killer for Hire", nd "Bnby Faced.Killer". The board also listed as "unsult- ble for re-release" 14 picture, made between 1928 and 1947 Including "The Killers", "Dllllnger". They Made Me'a Killer" and Born to Kill". 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