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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 17, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited kx ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANJ NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIV Associated United Frees International Full Lean Wires 7e a MASON THURSDAY JULY 17 1958 This Paper ConiUU el Two Ml British Troops Dispatched to Jordan Lloyd in Arrival in US Opens Talks With Dulles WASHINGTON For eign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd met with Secretary of State Dulles Thursday for urgent conference on the grave events in the Mid die East and will see President Lloyd accompanied by British Defense Chief Sir William Dick son arrived here at am after conferring with Britains United Nations delegation in Nev York He had flown overnigh from London He was met by Dulles who said Im glad to see you Lloyd came here at Dulles in vitation IM VERY GLAD to be back in Washington for talks with the Secretary of State Lloyd said Everyone knows that grav events are taking place in the Middle East It is very usefu for me to be here and to have talks with the Secretary o State At the UN meanwhile thi United States and her Allie worked Thursday to head off i Swedish proposal that coulc cripple the UN observer fore in Lebanon and leave the US Marines there alone Swedish representative Gunna V Jarring was reported ready t introduce a resolution at the Se curity Council callingfor the ob servers to suspehdoperations JARRING TOLD the Counc that the presence of the Marine makes it impossible the ob servers to carry out their job o watching the Lebanese border for any aid slipping through t theLebanese rebels from P res dent Nassers United Arab Re public Sweden apparently was dis turbed that the United States ha taken the initiative away frorr the UN by sending in the Ma rines The United States has asked fo a UN police force to guar Lebanons borders and has prom ised to withdraw the Marines i an international force is set up The Russians have asked th Council to order the Marines ou of Lebanon at once Their resolu tion lacks the votes to pass th 11nation body Dont Believe Russia Actually Will Intervene WASHINGTON IB The goi ernments top intelligence autho ities believe the Soviet Union wi wage a of violen threats and bluster but will no intervene militarily a g a i n s AmericanBritish forces in the e plosive Middle East The considered view is tha Russia will avoid sending even what the Communists call volun teers to reinforce rebels in Leb anon and Jordan In short the prevailing opinion is that the Kremlin will take no action that would risk an atomichydrogen war with the West President Eisenhower warned the country of possible serious consequences of the sudden deci sion to rush U S Marines to bol ster the proWestern government of Lebanon But officials said Eisenhower had taken this fate ful step only after being con vinced by his advisers that the Soviet Union would confine its reaction to a propaganda cam paign possibly with side show military gestures Eisenhower himself was de scribed by a visitor Thursday as calm and of good spirits Continue U S TANK GUARDS WATERFRONT AT BEIRUT LEBANESE CIVILIANS WAVE TO MARINES Recover Nose Cone of Rocket From GOP in Session Friday DES MOINES 3085 delegates to the Iowa Republican state convention began arriving a e r e for caucuses vthe big oneday convention at Veterans Auditorium Friday One important order oF busi ness at the convention will be to pick a second candidate to run for the Iowa Commerce Commis sion Another important item of busi ness was the decision on whether to adopt Dr William Murrays stand on a 3 per cent sales tax in the party platform MURRAY WON the partys nonination for governor for the November elections on a stand favoring the increase of one cent in the sales tax with the in creased tax to go for property tax relief and increased school aid Although the party w a s ex pected to get behind Murray on thejtfsiie the question of how fighting would before the decision was still in doubt A secondary struggle among delegates in th e 3rd Congres sional District will pit Enid Rob inson Hampton against Ger trude Stockdale Aplington for the vice chairmanship of the dis trict MRS ROBINSON was beaten by Rep H R Gross RIowa in the primary race for nomination as the candidate for the 3rd Dis trict congressional seat Som delegates favored a plan to hav Mrs Robinson step down from her vice chairman post because of the bitterness of her campaign with Gross The Mrs RobinsonMrs Stock dale fight also had brought out a compromise candidate Mrs L L Welden Iowa Falls All o the delegates opposing Mrs Rob inson did not favor Mrs Stock dale who resigned as Board o Control social worker years ag after a controversial tenure Sen Bourke Hickenlooper R Iowa will keynote the conven tion with a speech Murray Ames was scheduled to spea also Truman Aide Gifts Told by Gold fine WASHINGTON IJ8 Bernard oldfine told Thursday of Christ mas gifts to President Trumans hief aide John W Steelman nd frequent visits with him while ying to get a big government oan In facthe said he was in ic White Housemore often in lose days thansince L The 67yearold Boston ire was battling back before House investigators against crst cisms of his associations with and giftgiving to President Eu enhowers top aide tms And he pictured himself as a ipartisan man whenit came to wlitical contributions GOLDFINE he had con ributed perhaps SIOOOOO to funds if both political partiesduring his areerHe figured the rate was to a year He acknowledged that one gift described as purchase oi J50 tickets for a Democratic din ner may have been from the reasury of his Strathmore Wool en Mills Co Rep Charles A Wolverton R said corporations are not al owed to make political contribu ions v GOLDFINE SAID he didn tnow about that But he said he didnt see much difference be ween a company he owns making he gift and making it out of his own pocket Republicans brought out Gold ines relations with Steelman in what amounted to a counterat ack against the injury they fear heir party is suffering from the airing of the Adams Goldfine chuminess Goldfine said his Christmas jifts to Steelman were mostly jaskets of goodies I never sent cash he said when asked Bulletins WASHINGTON Pent agon said more than 50 US Navy jet fighter planes made a lowa I t i t u d e demonstration flight over Jordan Thursday The purpose was to let it be known they were there a spokesman said The fighters from the carriers Saratoga and Essex streamed along the Jor dan River Valley for one hour and 10 minutes fAME Demonstrations in Moscow Against U S LONDON ol Two thousan people shouting slogans again American landings in Lebanon demonstrated outside the U J Embassy in Moscow Thursday Reports reaching London sa they carried signs readin Hands Off the Lebanon a n Hands Off Iraq Most of them were youths The demonstration appeared be perfectly organized and wa not violent Mideast at Glance By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMMAN British troops land in Jordan at King Husseins request to protect our borders from enemies circling us Soviet Union says its land sea and air forces will begin maneuvers Friday on southern frontiers NAPLES Massive airliftspeeds U S men and weapons to Turkey to back up Marines in Lebanon WASHINGTON Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd arrives in Washington for top strategy talks on the Middle East crisis UNITED NATIONS Sweden leads drive to cripple U N observer teams in Lebanon leaving U S Marines there alone BEIRUT 30 more warships including three U S air craft destroyers a cruiser along with the French cruiser anchor offshore Robert Murphy U S State Department arrives DAMASCUS U S consulate urges American tourists to get owt of Middle East BELGRADE President Tito recognizes rebel regime in Iraq v 4GlsDie21 Injured in Crash ORLEANS France Wl Four American soldiers were killed and 21 injured Thursday when an Army bus collided with a French truck near the village of Olivet Thirtysix soldiers were riding in the bus on what the Army de scribed as a routine troop trans fer The driver of the French truck was killed Burlington Driver Killed in Accident MORNING SUN Barney Smith 34 West Burlington was killed Wednesday night when the car in which he was riding ran off a gravel road and overturned near here UNITED NATIONS N Y M asked the U N Se curity council Thursday to con sider urgently a complaint that the United Arab Republic is in tervening in Jordans domestic affairs VIENNA Austria UPI The Austrian defense ministry Thursday ordered Austrian air force units to defend the na tions air space against flights by U S transports carrying troops to the Middle East Ear lier Austria had protested that several U S transports violat ed its air The Weather Mason City Scattered showers and thunderstorms Thursday night and Friday possibly heavy Thursday night A little warmer Lows Thursday night 5660 highs Friday 7680 Minnesota Mild scattered show ers High Friday in 80s Iowa Scattered thundershowers west cloudy east Thursday night a little warmer Friday scattered showers and thunder storms High Friday 76 to 84 Low Thursday night 60 to 68 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 75 Minimum 52 At 8 am 59 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 84 65 AP Photofax BOY OH 8 months goes right to work on an oversize ice cream cone what with tempera tures topping the 90degree mark in Washington D C Actually the cone is a giant prop and several gallons of chocolate ice cream was needed to fill it But Steve gladly went along with the gag Ml Rebellion in Lebanon Now Paralyzed BEIRUT landing of 3 QO U S Marines appeared Thurs ay to have doused the Lebanese ebellion with cold water stun ing it into temporary paralysis hit there was no reason to be eve the rebels were ready to irow in the sponge Ratherthey seem tobe mark ngtime taking into account heir position possibly even veighing the consequences of fir hg upon American forces The revolution in Iraq gave the rebellion in this little country a remendous shot in the arm at a moment when it had been falter g IT IS LIKELYthat had it no een for the American landing he rebels might have attemptec some sort of strong push to finish off the Westernoriented govern ment of President Camille Cha moun There has been sporadic shoot ng in Beirut between rebels in he Moslem Basta quarter and se curity forces in Capitol Square in the center of the city but that may have been a demonstration by rebel leader Saeb Salam to de molish rumors of a ceasefire DURING THE NIGHT there was heavy firing for about an lour in the same area No casual ties were reported US Marines who had been in the area hat een withdrawn and were not in volved Outside Beirut the rebellion mostly played possum In Tripoli the northern Lebanon Jupiter Missile Utilized CAPE CANAVERAL Fla The Army blasted a mighty Jupi er intermediate range ballistic missile 1500 miles across the At antic Thursday and recovered its nose cone after a v successful re entry fromspace King Husseins Plea Answered AMMAN Jordan UP British troops landed in Jordan Thursday to thwart an imminent plot against King Hussein the British said US forces flew into Turkey Russia announced big military maneuvers on its frontiers near by The United States declared its support for the intervention of British troops in Jordan but offi cials said the United Stales has decided against sending US forces to Jordan at least for the time being The United States had 3600 Ma rines in Lebanon and more than 1000 combatready paratroopers in Turkey with more on the The size of the British forces landing in Amman was not an nounced The British Navys aircraft carrier Eagle neared Lebanese waters where the US 6th Fleet the most powerful ever assembled in the Mediterranean is on guard Other British war ships and fighting men were gathi ered in a big buildup of pbwer in the eastern Mediterranean OF SOME 75 ships In the 6th Fleet44 of themincluding the 60000ton supercarrier Saratoga and the 27000ton carriers Essex and Wasp are anchored off Bei rut Lebanon Young King Hussein of Jordan called Jor help against a mount The recovery of the cone was announced about two hours after the missile thundered aloft It was the second time a full scale TRBM nose cone survived the fiery dive from space through the earths atmosphere at a speed of 10000 mph and was recov ered The Armys missile chief Dr Wernher von Braun observed the spectacular launching OFF1CIALS ANNOUNCED that the recovery Thursday and the first one May 18 affirmed that Army missile men have found a satisfactory solution to the war head protection problem The Jupiter which is expected to provide the first stage for the Armys moon rocket went off with a mighty roar at am It climbed straight up throwing off a thick stream of white flame that illuminated the Florida sky for miles After 70 seconds the missile moved toward a horizontal course and drove toward the hori zon The 69foot rocket was visible for more than 13 minutes THE CONE was instrumented o separate from the missile body IAJ acpaiciLU nuiii lilt HllSSm key area in the rebe lion there somewhere in outer was virtually no shodting Rebel cones descent fs leaders there declined to coma parachute relcased ment on the possibility of a cease fire but obviously were waiting to coordinate their information with leaders in Beirut and else where Soviet Union Will Conduct Maneuvers on Turkish Border MOSCOW Soviet Union has ordered its land sea and air forces to start maneuvers Friday in area bordering Turkey and Iran A Defense Ministry state ment said the war games were being held to maintain the ffghting preparedness of the USSR The maneuvers are obviously intended as a show of Soviet mili tary might in frontier zones near est the disturbed Middle East The announcement said the So viet Black Sea fleet will join in maneuvers in the Transcaucasian military area under Marshal An drei Antonovich Grechko recent commander in chief of all Soviet forces in East Germany Other forces will train in the Turkestan area under Marshal Kirill A Meretskov who led a brief Soviet campaign against the Japanese in China and Man churia at the end of World War II y at a specified altitude As soon as it hits the water a aalloon is released and a location hold the cone buoy inflated to near the surface The USS Escape one of four specially equipped ships in the Davys recovery team plucked the cone from the sea near An igua Island an hour and 36 min utes after it streaked back from space Search for Lost Plane Called Off DES MOINES UPI The a i r search for a missing light plane with four Californians aboard was at a standstill Thursday and the weekold mystery remained un solved Thirty Iowa Civil Air Patrol planes searched through the day Wednesday over a large area of eastern Iowa but found no trace of the craft that disappeared last Friday on a flight from Milwau kee Wis to DCS Moines The CAP search was called off late Wednesday However t h e planes were placed on 24hour standby duly in case ground par t i e s locate the missing craft CAP squadrons from Dubuque Mason City Cedar Rapids Water Too Clarion and Ottumwa took part in the search ing wave Arab nationalism that dethroned and killed his cousin Faisal II in Iraq Monday Britain reacted Swiftly iii British paratroopers from Cy prus Hussein declared agents had begun to smuggle inU arms and ammunition from the Egyp tiancontrolled Gaza Strip Syria to start a mutiny in Jordan He charged that radios under Communist control were urging Jordanians to overthrow the legal authorities Prime Minister Macnullan of Britain said the British troops were flown to Jordan to help fore stall a plot scheduled to explode today against Husseins govern ment He told parliament the king also had appealed to the United States for help and Washington was considering the request M ACM ILL AN ACCUSED Presi dent Nassers United Arab Repub lic UAR of being behind the plot against Hussein He said Jor danians had spotted Syriantroops moving toward Jordans borders Close on the heels of Husseins broadcast came a call from the Iraqi rebelcontrolled radio in Baghdad for Jordanians to over throw their monarch Baghdad said Hussein is dis rupting our effort to get rid of imperialism andthat Jordan ii being occupied by the forces of imperialism Baghdad then told the Jordanian people It is high time for you to act now The Iraqi rebels have pro claimed their solidarity with Nas ser and his republic of Egypt and Syria TWELVE WHITE PAINTED jet fighters believed sent by the U S 6th Fleet patrolled the skies over Jordan while six big RAF transport planes landed the para troopers The U S Army got into the rapid buildup of power in the eastern Mediterranean Wednes day when the 1st Airborne Battle Group of the 24th Division flew in giant Air Force transports to Adana Air Base in Turkey This base built for Turkey and her NATO allies is 300 miles from Lebanon where 3600 Marines are already on shore The eventual destination of the Army troopers 1600 strong is still secret While the Army troopers were flying eastward a powerful torca from the 2nd Marine Division was board Camp Lejeune ing transports and at least one aircraft carrier near Norfolk Vat and Morehead City N C Al though the Pentagon officially de scribed the boarding activity as a readiness exercise it had all the looks of an emergency em
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