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[Newspaper] Parcham-e Islam- dated 22/5 [Illegible- appears to be 123] [14 August 1947] - page 3, number 6, column 5

 

Private number: 123

Subject: Behshahr

Newspaper: Parcham-i-Islam

Page: 3, column: 5

Number: 6

 

Dated 22/5 [Illegible]-

 

Behshahr

 

In telegraph number 45, issued from Behshahr, it indicates that fifteen thousand inhabitants of Behshahr have requested that the government close down the shops that sell soft drinks in Behshahr.  They also complained about the Baha’i women who teach their children in kindergarten and primary school.

 

These requests by the inhabitants are legal.  We advise them to persist unitedly in their protests.