The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1947 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 30, 1947
Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SKl'TEMBKU 30, 1947 Arabs Warn UN Against Partition Grand Mufti's Nephew Addresses Special Palestine Committee KT J. MANNING Staff Correspondent :ESS, N. Y., Sept. 30. e's Arabs swore be. United Nations Special Palestine"'!Committee yesterday to drench the soil of that tiny country 'with the last drop of our blood' in opposing any big power scheme to partition the Holy Land amons Jews and Arabs. Jamal Husseini, nephew of the grand mufti of Jerusalem and representing Hie Arab Higher Commlt- l tee, demanded creation of an inds- pendent Arab state In Palestine and challenged the United Nations authority to "impose" any othei plan. "We are alive to the fact," IIus sbini said "that if they so desire big powers could crush, by brut force, Arab opposition (to partitloi plans). ; "But this realization will not dc tcr us from drenching the soil o our beloved country with the la! drop of our blood in the lawful de f'cnse of atl and every inch of it." . He served notlie of Arab o|K>si tion "with all the means at our dls jiosal" to' any plan providing fo "dissection, segregation or partition" of Palestine or nc that gives the Je»s special or prcicrcntial status. Husseini opened debate on the bloody Palestinian question. He ignored completely and admittedly the UN's .special commission's recommendation that Palestine be divided between Arabs and Jews and granted independence by 1944. We welcomed the "belated" British declaration to md its World War I mandate over* Palestine hut addc'd that the Arabs hoped Britain would not reverse it.s decision under Jewish pressure "as. we regret to say, it has done on oilier occasions." He bitterly denounced Britain as'"Shylock." and described British policy i" Palestine as "the most wicked" that ever existed. Husseini sain the British mnndfilc over Palestine always favored the Jews over the Arabs and accused the British and Zionism of "joining hands" in an alliance designed to destroy the national existence of the "Arab owners" of Palestine. The United States, which is still sitting on the fence about Palestine did not escape Arab wrath. Husseini accused the U. S. government of permitting activities and fund-raising "to flout the laws of Palestine and to subvert peace and order in it, contrary to the attitude which the same government is adopting with regard to the allegations . of subversion of peace anrl order ill another country." He obviously was referring to Greece. Husseini contended that, the UN was not legally competent to determine the future of Palestine— that this was a question for the inhabitants themselves to determine —and that the future government of Palestine cannot be imposed from without. He warned that war in the Middle East will result from any attempt to create a Jewish Btate in Palestine, North Carolina Dam Breaks Two Men Questioned In Tragedy on Lake FLORAIiA, Ala., Sept, SO. (UP) — Police Chief Tom GanU said today tlie bodies of a moi-.ior mid !ier 10-yeur-uKl daughter bail been re- ' covered iroin l/tkc Jackson ue:ir here und that t\vo men were beinii ckt for questioning. Tlic body of Mrs. Jcannle Mur- liy wns recovered today and ihui if her mother. Mrs. Ludie Short, iS, of Ix)ckhart, Ala., was found •eslcrduy. They <trowncd when fi joul overturned Satuiday. Qimlt did not Identify the two men. who hac. rental a boat to nice the \voman riding. He said licy claimed the boat overturned accidentally. Mrs. Short, tlie mother of JO olh- Mllllons of callous of water rush throuKh a lircnk in the (lam nt I-iiko Brandt, Hie .source of water [o Greensboro, North Ciirollnn. The dam broke from terrific pressure built up by heavy rains of the pas two weeks. Note the road which has been cut by Hie r.wilt flcsvlng water. vNTSA TclejihoWU Bono 4-H Club Member Wins Honors at Fair Grand champion honois were awarded the entry of Carroll Carr, ncmbcr of the Uono 4-H Club, in he barrow judging in the Swine Department of the Northeast Ar- <an*sas District Fair. It was announced yesterday. In the 4-H and Future l'';ir.-ners of America section of the barrow judging, the following winners were named: Single (light)—1st. Ij. Vi. Autry Jr. of Burdcttc; 2nd. Wilboiin Swindle of Earl; 3rd, Sam Sliaw. Single (heavy)—1st. Cnrrol Carr; 2nd, Morris Vincent; 3rd, U H. Autry Jr.; 4th, Morris Vincent; 5th, L H. Autry Jr>, 6th, Billy Mack Luna Pen o( three heavies—1st, Morri. Vincent; 2nd. L. H. Autry Jr.; 3rc Billy Mack Lane. In the open show, the following barrow winners were named: Single (light)—1st. L. H. Aulr Jr.; 2nd. and 3rd, Castllo Bros, o Luxorn. 3ing!e (heavy)—1st and 4th, L. H ) Autry •os. Jr.; 2nd 3rd, C;ustlio Casino Bros. Pen of three (heavy)—1st, L. H Pen of tlirec (light) —1st ami ISnd. I Autry Jr.; 2nd, Castlio Bros. cr children was separated from Ivor husband. for Complete Protection Against AH INSURABLE HAZARDS Phoru 3545 W. J. POLLARD AGENCY Glencoe Hotel Bldg. 124 W. 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