The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1954 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COl'RiER NEWS Egypt Extends Purge to Army And Arrests Dozen Officers By ZE1N NAGATI CAIRO. Egypt w-Egypt's military regime extended its purge of opposition elements to the Army today and arrested 12 officers. They were charged with working with the Wafdisi. Socialist and Communist political factions against Premier Gamal Abdel Nasser and the Revolutionary Council of officers who kicked out ex-King Farouk. The crackdown on the Army followed the banning of political activity by most of the leaders of the country's former political parties and a purge of press leaders' opposing the military government. Announcing the latest arrests, a TOPSY-TURVY BUCK—Hotel proprietor William Globerman, of Ossining, N. Y., has a dollar bill which everybody wants. The serial numbers and signatures of George Humphrey, Secretary ol the Treasury, and Ivy Baker Priest, Treasurer of the U. S., are printed .upside down. Globerman got the bill from a customer in the hotel bar. No New Patches For Gabor Eyes BALTIMORE I/P) — One publicized eye patch may be all right in the Gabor family but not a second, Magda Gabor insisted yesterday after a doctor prescribed a patch for eye injury. Magda's sister, Zsa Zsa, caused a stir last December when she appeared in Las Vegas with a black patch over her right eye. She said she had been slugged by Porfirio Bubirosa,. the much-married Dominican diplomat. Magda is now appearing here in a comedy, "Pajama Tops." During rehearsal yesterday she complained of something in her eye. A quick trip to Mercy Hospital turned the trick of removing the foreign object and brought a prescription for an eye patch, a white one. which was taped in place. But when photographers ran for their cameras, Magda said no. "I refuse to capitalize on Zsa Zsa's patch," she said. TTJLSA, Okla UP) — Edward C. Lawson, Tulsa oil company executive, was named to the city utility board two weeks ago. A short time later it was learned he was not eligible because he lived outside the city limits. The City Commission solved the problem today by annexing Lawson's property. TUSSY * CREAM DEODORANT^ big tl jar— 4 now only Instantly stop* perspiration, odor! Checks perspiration moisture! Famous Tossy Cream Deodorant protects your daintiness from morning to night. Instantly stops perspiration odor, checks perspiration moisture. Leave* skin smooth. Safe for normal skin and filmiest fabrics. Stays creamy-soft. WOODS DRUG STORE Allies Said Hurting U.S. Anti-Red Fight STTLLWATER, Okla. UP) -- John M. Hannah, assistant secretary of Defense and president of Michigan State University, said yesterday this nation's association with countries "which have a reputation for selfish imperialism" is hampering the fight against communism. Hannah, speaking before the Central Association of College Business Officers at a meeting at Oklahoma A&M, did not mention the specific nations he had in mind. But he said the alliances have been a serious handicap in getting help to combat communism. Delaware county is the leading dairy county of New York state. government spokesman said the move had had "no repercussions in the Army" and no reaction was expected from the military. Those arrested ranged in rank from lieutenant to major. The arrests also were another step in solidifying Nasser's control following his relegation of the former government head, Maj. Gen. Mohamed Naguib, to a figurehead presidency April 18. The government spokesman, Capt. Shems Eddin, said several of those arrested were officers of a cavalry unit which had played an important role in bringing Naguib back to the presidency Feb. 25, after Naguib forced him to quit in the first round of their struggle for power. The cavalry unit was commanded by Maj, Khaled Mohieddin, ousted from the Revolutionary Council in March and now in Europe. Eddin said the arrested officers were being held in an army camp while an investigating committee prepared formal charges against fliem. He said the Revolutionary Council had not decided whether they would be tried by a courts- martial or before the Revolutionary Court set up to judge activities during Farouk's regime. The Revolutionary Council decided its surprise move on the army elements at an all-night meeting, lasting until almost dawn today, at army headquarters in Kubbeh suburb. Squads of military police went out shortly before dawn to round up the officers. Eddin said the officers picked up had worked closely with the "United Front," the political faction formed by Mustafa el Nahas' Wafdist party, the Socialists and the Communists last February when the military junta announced its decision to withdraw from the political scene this summer. That decision was reversed and political parties again were outlawed when Nasser finally won out 10 days ago hi his struggle with Naguib. Man Almost Shot By a Rivet Gun READING, Pa. W) — Something whizzed by the ear of Personnel Director Albert Kendall in his office at Reading's City Hall. It sounded like a bullet. A frantic Kendall found an inch- and-a-half rivet. Across the hall was a very apologetic electrician, more at home with a screwdriver than a rivet gun. He said he was unaware of the gun's power. 4 at Class Reunion ROCKY FORD, Colo. fff>—Back in 1898 four girls—the entire class —were graduated from the Rocky Ford High School. A class reunion was held yesterday with all four present. Mrs. Agnes Clark Peterson came from Salinas, Calif. The other three women are Colorado residents. BUY NOW AND GET PAPERING KIT FREE Last 3 days of Ward Week only—buy 10 or more double rolls of any open stock washable wallpaper and get a complete paper hanging kit free—with instructions. Buy Wards wallpaper—priced Vj to 1 /a less than elsewhere—and save cost of kit, cost of labor, too. 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GLASS FURNACE — The photo-diapram above shows a furnace. Yep — that's right - a furnace. 'And its fuel doesn't cost a red cent. It conies irom a 10.000-degree (F.) heat source — the sun. Largest solar furnace in the country, it is bein^ used at Convair's San Diego division to study metals and ceramic materials. Basic part is the polished aluminum mirror. This collects the sun's rays and and reflects them to a focal point, forming a 5/16th-lnch image of the sun. Materials being tested are held by metal jaws against this point. The intense heat there melts a steel bolt In seconds. When sky conditions nre ideal, the furnace can develop a temperature of 8500 degrees tF.t. That's about 85 per cent of the temperature of the sun's surface. An oxyacetylene torch produces about 5800 degrees. Advantages of a solar furnace for research are that heating is acomplished under very pure conditions and in an oxydizmg atmosphere. There is no interference from electric or magnetic fields or from gases. Polio Vaccine Shots Confuse Youngster NORFOLK, Va. UPV—There was j antipolio effects. some confusion yesterday for at 1 Sald au least one of the 2.020 Norfolk County youngsters who received their first inoculation with Dr. Jonas Salt's vaccine being tested for grade girl after receiving her shot: "My mother said she saw in the paper they were going to shoot dead bugs in us. I didn't see no dead bugs in that pink stuff. I second-' coulda got 'em some, though." Toledo Bus Drivers Go Out on Strike TOLEDO., Ohio 1.41 — Some 435 members of the AFL Bus Drivers Union struck Toledo's Community Traction Co. yesterday leaving this city of 3UO.OOO without public transportation. Mayor Ollie Cxelusta and City Manager Arnold Finch immediately urged residents to form car pools. Hiking Student Coven 700 Miles around State JONESBORO (Jf> — An Ark»n«ae State College student who started a trek around Arkansas' border early this year has completed more than 700 miles of his foot journey. 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