The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1952 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 10, 1952
Page 15
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WEDNESDAY, DRC. 10, 1952 BI.YTHKVIIXE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIFTEEN Egypt Junks Constitution; May Switch to Republic * CAIRO W — Egypt's reform i Premier, MaJ. Gen. Mohammed' fogulb. tossed his country's 1923 L'o'nstftutlou into the a.shcan today is obsolete and said his govern- Iliient is writing a new one. Until It-is finished, he said In .''nation-wide broadcast, "my gov- ;rnment will exercise consllLution- 1'power." ' thief among the problems facing •she Constitution writers is whether •Jo? do away wUh Egypt's 147-year'- 1$ monarchy and establish a re- ublic. Popular revulsion has been _ v steadily against the royal lyiiasty since Nagulb and his yVrmy associates deposed King Farouk last July and boRnn spol- .ifhting "scandals" of his 16-year reign. : ;A government spokesman salt it fond ay "that fhe Constitutions Committee would whether il(e monarchy-versus-republlc issut would be decided by conslUuiiona amendment or by a popular refer endum. i Under the old ConstiluUoii, Na 'guib said jn his broadcast, Pai [lament was under ihe inttuenc of the government instead of th government being responsible i Parliament- Constitutional chang was inevitable if his Army move meni's aims were to be attained the Premier declared. Egyptian and foreign observers agree that if the monarchy's future is put to a public vote. It will mean the end of the dynasty established in 1805 by Mohammed •Aly, an Albanian. Throughout Us ule, Egypt's people have lived In traditions of incredible poverty hile tlieir sovereigns piled up— ml squandered—vast riches. I Germans Face 1 Printers' Strike FHANKFURT, Germany UP)—West jfc&many'a 48 million people — al"ready plagued with a printers* strike that has shut down more than two- thirds of the nation's newspapers— today faced the possibility that mast of the remaining publications also would be forced to close. The threat was posed early today by a breakdown in negotiations aim- e*:t at ending the strike by an overwhelming majority of the nation's 86,000 organized printers. Union traders refund, to accept & com promise wage increase offered by 'the publishers, No date was set for re sumption of talks. War II Dead's Relatives Seek Copy of Book NEW YORK (JPt— Some 3,500 rel tu'es of the, 28.000 Americans who ost their lives during World War I while based on Britain have written In for the Times of Ix>ndon Vlemoiial Book honoring their sacrifice. , Letters and cards are arriving at the limes' office heve At the rate of 80fl a day following an appeal Nov. 20 by the Times' chairman, Col. J, J. Astor. Col. Astor asked the United States press, radio and television to help him find the next-of-kin "of those who lived and died in Britain's midst In the second world war!" He said It was impossible to 'trace them through Army, Navy or Air Force records. Printed cards acknowledging the requests are sent out immediately, 'he books will not arrive from ngland until next month. Each ^ext-of-kin will get a book with he dead Amerlrfln's name printed n gold on the front cover." The book tells the story of the creation of an American Memorial Chanel in gsl. Paul's Cathedral In ,he 28,000. paid for by the pennies of some Uvo million men, women and children In Britain. London's Heavy Fog Blamed For 160 Deaths t.ONDON (/Pi—Four days of oppressive fog whtch blanketed Landon earlier this week were blamed today for speeding the deaths of tit least 1GO elderly persons In the city. The total may exceed 200. Jsquests were few as most of the victims hat! uecn under medical attention, The sickening blanket ol dtrl-lnden mist that lilted . only yesterday largely ner.iravevWd Uielr conditions, hastening death. Almost nil suffered from chest or respiratory ailments or heart disease. organization decided to save money. Tlia Assembly was called Into .ses- sion to hear speeches praising the Di'clarntion o* liumun Ri^h^. 2 Red Prisoners Shot at Koje TOKYO IIP) — One Communist prisoner of wnr wns 'killed and (in- other of war was killed tmcl rtnoth- er wounded Monday on Kojo Island us Ihey were attempting to organize R secret Red parly meeting, tlic U. N. Command announced today. The two were shot by guards In adjacent compounds as (hey were plottlm the meeting, the announcement etnted, Tn both cases the prisoners refused to obey orders to return to tiicir barrncks. EAST-WEST BALANCE OF POWER COMPARED-According to experts of the U. S. Sta e Department the leaders of the Kremlin and the Soviet satellites have stationed about 491 divisions of troops in Asia and Europe, which form a potential menace to the free world. As opposed to the Communists, the West can put 175 divisions jn Ihe field. Militarily this presents a dark picture but the odds are made more nearly even by the productive genius o! the Allied powers. Above Newschart shows how the two camps are lined up, and Indicate* th* troop concentration in each country. . . REDUCED UP TO Dixie Flyer Wagon, Reg. 9.95 , . . .5.19 Daisy Pump Air Rifle, Reg. 7.95 3.95 Many other toys at Big Reductions. Durkees Fancy Shredded Coconut, 4 02. pk. lOc Large Fresh Eggs . . dozen 49c Red Delicious Apples dozen lOc Oranges '. each 2c Christmas Trees with Stand 75c up "We Spcciiili/.o in Gift Haskels BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 L MAIN ST. Benzvi Becomes Israel's Chief JERUSALEM (/P) — Itzhak Ben- Z\'i, who spent a lifetime u. - orkin5 for the establishment of Israel as a national home for the Jews, took Mie oatn of office today as the sec- ond'president of this youthful sUte In a solemn Parliament ceremony. The 68-year-old leader of the Israeli Labor Party was elected by the 'Knessett {parliament) on Monday to a .five-year term succeeding the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann. Nothing to Fear From Ike, Union Leader Claims SACRAMENTO, Calif.. (A*)—Dave Beck, president of the Hi million member APL Teamsters Union, said last night in an interview that bon- alide labor unions haven't anything to fear from President-elect Eisen- Beck, wno (succeeded Dan Tobln as leader of the teamsters this" year, .cited Eisenhower's designation of Martin P. Durtcln. A Fly union official, as secretary of labor, as evi- dence "Lhe'people who have consecrated themselves to the destruction of. labor" are not guiding the President-elect's hand. Beck, here for a dinner in his honor, said.his union planned an organization drive aimed at bringing members to two million in five years and three million in 10 years. ThieYGS Wore Stripes BUTTS, Mont. (AP) — Tavern occupants here thought they were collectively starling to see things as bad RS pink elephants when thieves locked them in a rest room after relieving them of $303 to $400. Bumper Tope Slows Accidents NEW YORK (/F) —In a nationwide drive to help reduce night traffic accidents, the U. S. Junior Chamber of Commerce )ias already put 5-foot strips ol red-reiicclivc 1 tape across the rear bumpers of. hundreds of thousands of. automobiles, snys Horace E, Henderson,, nation al president of the organization. Such light-reflecting bumpers tire said to be visible for half a mile It is hoped to cut down rear-em collisions anci other "accidents re- Human Rights Day Observed UNITED NATIONS. N. Y. tiCi This Is the fourth Human nights Day for the United Nations anil t'.io delegates arc celebrating It with \-onis instead of music. Usually the U. N. puts on a sym- jhony concert. But this years the But after a few excited minutes I su uing from attempts to avoid hit- of conjecture they agreed that the thieves all were dressed in striped overall*. ting seen ers. parked or stalled cars no in time by approaching driv- FINE FOODS at Grocery & Market Fresh Dressed Poultry Frosted Fruits Vegetables FuncyPork Nationally Advertised Pastry Products and Fancy Groceries Fish A LARGE VARIETY OF FRESH BRUITS AND VEGETABLES EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK. 1044 Chickasawba' You a/ways get a etter Better Buy with Chevrolet trucks! Your operating records will bear witness thai you always get a better deal and a belter buy with Chevrolet trucks. Here's why: Chevrolet trucks take the roughest jobs in stride. You'll find Chevrolet dependability and economy mean more work done for less money. 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