The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 13, 1956, Page 3, Image 3

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    Nasser Leaves
Compromise
Door Ajar
(SI (try aM pagr ).)
CAIRO, Kgypt Carnal Ab
drl Nasser gave an emphatic "no"
Sunday to the British-proposed
London conference on the Sum
Canal. But he left the door open
for negotiation by proposing an-
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Seated on the peakcr' rostrum
in parliament directly in front of
the spot where King Farouk one
. sat. the President quietly plead
ed Egypt's case for nationaliza
tion of the Canal to more than
300 newspapermen from all parti
of the world.
I'nsmiling. Nasser read in clear
English a 12-page statement com
prising the Egyptian reply to the
British conference "' invitation.
Greece also has declined to at
tend. I'nderplayesl Statement
Nasser read the statement un
dramatically, . even underplaying
his declaration that the, Ijondon
invitation is unacceptable to
Kgypt and his "counter-offer of a
conference for' reaffirmation of
the 1888 convention guaranteeing
freedom of the Canal.
When he finished the statement,
however, he pushed aside his pre
pared text, looked at the crowd
and began an off-the-cuff com
ment on what he called the back
ground to this statement.
Nasser stressed heavily the dif
ference between the old Sues Ca
nal Co. and the Suei Canal it
self "The British press says 'Nas
ser grabbed the Canal." 'Nasser
seized the Canal' or that Nasser
nationalized the Canal." he said.
'Tut this is all untrue because
Egypt always has owned the Ca
nal. It is part of our territory.
We nationalizedJbe-xfTanal com-
nanu tahih m a n V rlx'nt i n trr..
I i -r . u I
pany under Egyptian law."
Idea Ridiculed
He ridiculed the idea that the
old Canal company guaranteed
Irecdom of navigation in the ca- i
nal. 1 ;
Nasser grew deadly serious on t
the subject of any British-French j j
uireai to use iorce against r.gypi
"In war nobody knows who will
win," he said. "Those who begin
wars do not know where they will
end. We are only a small country
but we are determined to defend
our rights to the last drop of our
blood.
r
' "If we lose this struggle it will j
mean that no small nations nre
free. It will mean that any time :
small nations art against the i
wishes of big nations there "will , j
he mobilization threats and peon-: j
nmic pressure. This is not Egypt's
rase alone but the case of all
small countries everywhere. We
are struggling to help them keep
their dignity, rights and sovereign-
Rock-Tossing
Duck Hunter
Loses Case 'O-
DUNDEE. Til. I - Frank Cim
Ino. 27, of Chicago, will tell you
there's just no getting away with
killing wild ducks out of season,
not even if you're a policeman.
Police chiefs John Ashmore of
Carpentersville answered a call ; :
Tuesday that a "bunder-fisher- i :
man" along the Fox River was :
throwing stones at ducks. !
The caller said the man. had
killed one duck, waded into the
river and retrieved it and tucked
it into his tackle box. He said the
man had crippled another duck
and was still throwing.
Ashmore came to investigate,
hut Ciminn said, "You rant do
anything to me. I'm a Chicago i j
policeman " j
Cimino had his day in court
Maiuraay ana aimmca Killing the
duck, but said his aim vas bad.
"I was throwing rocks into the
river- to scare the carp away from
my bait."
Dundee Justice of the Peace
Harry Harvey fined Cimino $200
i . i . 1 1 l: I
arm costs, ana ftm inc uiru. i
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