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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 18, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor c LOBE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS HUGH BO R HOME EDITION VOL LXIV Associated Preu and United Prtu FuS UXM Wiret 7e a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY II 195B Paper Consists o Two A Fateful 8 Hours in Ml By WARREN ROGER JR WASHINGTON W It took seven hours last Monday for the Baghdad rebels to seize and se cure power over Iraq Andfthen for the rest of the day the mobs took over That was the picture of the Easts fateful July 14 as shown in a chronology based on the best available publishable information here Officials in formed on the situation assem bled the pieces some admitted ly sketchy this way Baghdadwas sleeping It was 5 amand the first faint rays of another sun were just begin ning to appearSwiftly and silently Brig Gen Abdel Karim elKassem led his 20th Brigade into the unsuspecting city Whispered orders Detach ments dropped off at the rail road at the bridges at the tele street junctures at the post office at Baghdad radio Quietly effi ciently the troops took over without firing their rifles and machine guns More whispered orders This time names of those to be ar rested Other detachments go ing around to the specified ad dresses knocking and arrest Wow Rebels Took Control of ing with orders to shoot if re sisted In an hour the secrecy locked in the hearts of fewer than two dozen men for two months was no longer necessary It was 6 The first phase of a classic coup was over Baghdad radio blared the city awake with the news Citizens of monarchy is dead the republic is here And then the names of 15 men mostly young army of ficers The 12man Cabinet headed by Kassem as premier and the threeman Sovereignty Council the new strategymak ing supercabinet topped by Lt Gen Najib elRubai A detachment led by two of ficers went to the royal palace By now a mob was gathering mystified curious excited With the mob trailing the soldiers forced their way into the palace They were brought up short by the sight of their young King The 23yearold Faisal a pistol strapped to his side stood be side his 46yearold uncle Abdul Ilah crown prince and exre gent With them rifles drawn were two members of the pal ace guard They were ordered to surrender Egypt Warned by US Dont Note States UNITED NATIONS The United States served notice on Cairo Friday that if United Arab Republic troops attack American forces in Lebanon the consequences be of danger ous proportion U A R Ambassador Omar Loutfi told the United Nations Se curity Council a note to that ef fect had been delivered by the United States to the Foreign Of fice in Cairo The note said the landing o American troops was designed t uphold the independence of Leb anon and protect US nationals Loutfi told the council addinc that it also expressed Washing tons desire to withdraw th forces as soon as possible IT SAID that the UAR mus understand that if US troopsar attackedby troops of the UiAR or under UAR control and i the United States is convincec they have instructions from th UAR then the consequence will be of dangerous proportion Loutfi said Abdul Ilah also armed was disdainful He and Faisal had arisen early to fly to Ankara Turkey for a Baghdad Pact meeting Faisal ordered his guards to shoot The soldiers fired first and the guards fell dead Abdul Ilah went for his pistol Another fusillade and both he and Faisal crumpled to the floor The King was dead But the prince might have been still alive The mob surged forward kept a respectful distance from the King but seized the prince Abdul Ilah a meticulous man who liked pink shirts with gray The fourth days debate on th Middle East crisis opened with reply by Lebanese Ambassador Karim Azkoul to a number of mi nor points previously raised US Ambassador Henry Cabo Lodge replying to a question raised Thursday night by Ambas sador Abdul Majid Abbass who w a s appointed by Iraqs late King Feisal said the Unitec States was prepared to withdrav its troops from Lebanon if this were requested by the Beirut government IT APPEARED certain that the council would reject by night fall rival American and Soviet resolutions calling respectively fov the creation of a UN police force and for the immediate of US and British troops from the Middle East Failure of the vetostrapped 11 member council to agree on either resolution was likely to send the crisis to the 82member General Assembly while leaving American and British Armed Forces on emergency duty in Lebanon and Jordan The Soviet resolution demands immediate withdrawal of US Marines from Lebanon and Brit ish paratroopers from Jordan The American resolution calls for creation of a UN police force to take over from the Allied troops who answered calls for help from the embattled govern ments pinstripped suits and hated crowds was dragged through the streets of Baghdad behind a jeep His body was hung on a building so all could see he was dead The Kings body was exhibited later on a marble slab But the big prize got away Premier Nuri Said the Old Fox caught wind of the coup and fled to the suburbs An gered the military junta slap ped a price on his head It was not until two days later that he was found disguised as an old woman with a black scarf covering his face He shot it out and fell dead His body too was hung in display It was 8 am Baghdad radio was pumping out news of the coup Mobs demonstrated out side public buildings the U S Embassy the U S Information Library the British Embassy More army units were reported pledging support of the on the plains in the mountains outside Baghdad By noon things had simmered down Soldiers were everywhere and Baghdad radio was still rolling out the word With ap peals for public cooperation All of Nuris Cabinet were eith A LOOK OF DESPAIR Mis Lyle Ciego Jr Hibbmg Minn anxiously awaits for searchers trying to find two of her children Francine 10 and Michael 8 lost in bearinfested remote Northern Minnesota Woods Iowa Probers Cite Evidence of Perjury DBS MOINESW The Iowa Legislative Investigating Commit tee pointed a critical finger Fri day at political affairs involving the Iowa Commerce Commission with a report saying it has found Evidence of what appears to be possible systematic collusive conspiracy in an attempt to de ceive voters and influence elec ion of commissioners Evidence of perjured testimony iven the committee at the public learings on commission affairs June 30 and July 1 APPARENT VIOLATION of state law in the solicitation of unds from commission employes The investigation committee leaded by Rep Clark McNeal R Belmond issued a statement vhich dealtwith these matters ut did not name anybody It said testimony concerning so icitation of funds for the Unity Club an organization of Com merce Commission employes will be turned over to Iowa Attv Gen AP Photofax With her is her sister Mrs Kenneth King An Air Force helicopter is parked at left center The children lost while berrypicking have been missing two days Mason Crty Partly cloudy Fri day night and Saturday Low Friday night in mid to upper 50s High Saturday middleto upper 70s Iowa Scattered thundershowers Friday night urday partly northwest lows 5565 Sat cloudy cooler Five day Iowa Temperatures will average slightly below nor mal Friday night through next Wednesday A slow warming trend is expected during the period with temperature only minor daily changes Normal highs in the upper 80s Normal lows in the mid 60s Rainfal will average onefourth to one half inch in scattered showers Friday night and again early next week Minnesota High Saturday 7585 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 70 Minimum 59 At 8 am 65 Precipitation 06 YEAR AGO Maximum 89 Minimum 73 Osage Marine With Units in Lebanon WASHINGTON ffi The Navy announced Friday that 1st Lt Darrell U Davidson son of Mr and Mrs John Davidson Osage anded in Lebanon with the 1st Battalion 8th Marine Regiment HEADS FOR HONDURAS TEGUCIGALPA Honduras Milton S Eisenhow er left by plane Friday for Costa Vorman Erbe for appropriate Rica tnird stop on his goodwill ction Chairman McNeal also said fur her hearings will be held July 1 on the perjury angle and the ommittee will then decide wheth r prosecution of any witnesses vill be recommended Bulletin MOSCOW Kremlin warned the United States and Great Britain in a special dec laration Friday it will not re main indifferent to what it called their acts of unprovoked aggression against Lebanon and Jordan Russia said it would have to take the neces sary steps dictated by in terests of its own security Breakin Attempt at Manly Post Office Taken at Shop MANLY Three doors were jimmied in the Postoffice here Thursday night in an apparent attempted robbery The postal in spector said Friday that the safe was not touched and nothing was taken At Hills garage a window was broken and entrance gained to the building but so far as can be determined nothing was taken there Thieves attempted to break in to Snyders Grocery Store but apparently did not get into the building Blatlspielers Barber Shop was entered through a rear window There the thieves found about in the cash drawer but nothing was disturbed THE COMMISSION deals with transportation by railroads rucks and busses and regulates as and electric transmission nes The committee investigation j stemmed from the fact that in the I 1958 Republican primary June 2 there were among the eight can didates for the commission two men named Tallman and two named Reed also that there were two Reeds in the 1956 primary At the public hearings Commis sioner Ropes denied he had any thing to do with the appearance j of duplicate names on the ballot He said other witnesses lied when they said he attempted to influence other candidates to en ter the election New Hampton Girl Dies After Crash NEW HAMPTON Mary Lou Braham 16 daughter of Mr and Mrs George Braham died Frida at St Josephs Hospital here a the result of injuries suffered in an accident Thursday evening Miss Braham was a passenge in a car driven by Kathleen Caul field 16 daughter of Dr and Mrs J D Caulfield The car went ou of control and struck a bridge abutment on the east approach to New Hampton at the south enc of Logan Avenue Police Chief Charles Whalen said there was no indication tha he car was being driven at ex cessive speed Miss Caulfield is in fair condi ion at the hospital She was classmate of Miss Braham They were to be seniors in New Hamp on High School next year Services for Mary Lou Braham are pending at the Larkin Funera Chapelhere Besides her parents she is survived fay a brother Don Lloyd Resumes Important Talks With Dulles Ike WASHINGTON HVBritish For eign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd re sumed his momentous US talks Friday amid increasing indica tions the West may have to learn to live with the new revolutionarj regime in Iraq Lloyd accompanied by a co terie of aids arrived at the State Department promptly for a am session with Secretary Dujles Earlier Dulles attended a Cabinet meeting at the White House at which he reviewed the tense Middle East situation Lloyd was whisked across the er dead in jail or hiding There was no organized resis tance The coup had succeeded after weeks of secret hatching outside Iraq reportedly in Jidda and Saudi Arabia and Bern Switzerland The mobs possibly joined now by Communist agitators spent the afternoon venting their spleen against real or imagined ills suffered under old regime About 8 pm a mob laid siege to the new Baghdad Hotel to root out royalists Two Americans were killed probably because they just hap pened to get in the way Mob in Moscow Strik E Action in Lebanon Protested 100000 in Violent Show MOSCOW A rowdy mob of more than 100000 Russians smashed at least 275 windows in the U S Embassy here Friday and stained the 10story building DISQUALIFIED SAME ADDRESSES U N U S Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge chief of this countrys delegation to the UN addresses the 11nation Security Council He charged JY6 IT T must cope with indirect aggression in the Middle East or the world organization will break up Atlantic and into hours of huddles with President Eisen hower and Dulles Thursday It was one of the longest such con sultations in recent years em phasizing the gravity of the Mid dle East situation The New York Times reported that diplomatic informants said the main result of Thursdays EisenhowerDullesL 1 o y d talks was that intervention will not be extended to Iraq as long as the revolutionary government there respects Western oil interests COMMINS DIES PRINCETON N J un Saxe Commins 66 senior editor of Random House since 1933 died Thursday of a heart ailment with blue and green ink hurled ir bottles The demonstration the second in as many days protesting the landing of U S Marines inLeb anon was televised live the Moscow television network A1 p m more than three hours after the demonstration began Soviet troops and militiamen were beefed up to a force of 1000 and began a determined effort to break up the crowd The unruly crowd filled the street before the embassy with a mass of humanity stretching for half a mile in either direction Soviet militiamen kept early ar rivals under control but made no apparent attempt to control the actions of the crowd as it grew in size SIX PLATOONS of unarmed Soviet troops and a company of security troops appeared as the crowd swelled before the embas sy The mood of the crowd seemed to be growing increasingly vio lent as its numbers increased The crowd filled the 10lane boulevard for a distance of half a mile stretching from Insurrec ion Square on the left side of lie embassy to the skyscraper Soviet Foreign Ministry building on the right Soviet employes of the embassy were sent home before the dem onstration started Embassy per sonnel cleared furniture out of ront offices facing the street as precautionary measure Traffic was tied up through out downtown Moscow Several streets leading to Insurrection Square were blocked off by Soviet militiamen to clear a trafficfree jath for the marching demonstra hardt director of the Miss Uni verse contest comforts Eugenia Valverde Costa Rica after dis qualifying her from the Long Beichf C artif contest Miss Val verde wonE be 18 until this fall four months after the July 1 limit The mixup wasnt her fault Meinhardl said and shell be made an honored guest at the event Murray Hurls New Blast at Loveless DES MOINES Lfl W G Mur ray Republican nominee for gov ernor said Friday Democratic Gov Herschcl Loveless neednt have vetoed the 1957 Legislatures capital improvements bills even though he killed the tax bill Murray who will oppose Love ess in the November general election gave the keynote address at the Republican state conven Hands Off Nasser Has Parley With Nikita FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DAMASCUS Syria President Samal Abdel Nasser of the United Arab Republic declared Friday after a conference with Russian Premier Nikita Khrush chev that the Arab bloc will carry arms against any inter vention in Iraq I declare that we will all carry arms to defend the lib erty which hastriumphed in Iraq Nasser said in a radio address A11 of us will bear arms to defend Arab nationalism he said We do not fear fleets nor atom bombs We are ready for the worst We will fight to the last drop of ourblood LONDON DIPLOMATS sug gested Nassers presence in Damascus may be explained by his need to win the consent of the Syrian authorities for a for mal invitation to the Soviets to send military help The Soviet Jnion has long wanted the chance to gain a military base in the Middle East The Nasser Khrushchev con lerence took place Thursday in Moscow with Nasser going there secretly after his meeting in Yugoslavia with President Tito Until now it had been as sumed Nasser was tion MURRAY was referring to the act that Loveless vetoed a series of capital improvements bills at the same time he killed a meas ure to retain the sales tax at 21A per cent and allocate some of the revenue for state aid to schools As a result the sales tax dropped back to the former two per cen level still aboard home from Yugoslavia He left Yugoslavia his yacht enroute Jonday the backing him overnment day revolutionists seized the Iraqi ors THE COLUMNS converged from several directions and were made up of delegations from many Mos cow factories and offices In Insurrection Square about 200 yards from the embassy a vooden platform with loudspeak ers had been erected earlier As the demonstrators marched hey hooted and chanted anti American slogans Military music blared out of the loudspeakers on he platform and occasionally Communist party agitators seized a microphone and roared out anti slogans IT WAS the biggest demonstra ion in Moscow since the victory clcbration of World War II Directly in front of the em assy about 200 Soviet militia men many of them on horses ormed a solid line two deep They pushed early arrivals to the pposite side of the street but per mitted organized columns of dem nstralors through their lines ight up in front of the embassy indows Revenues have been coming in at a rate which would cover prac tically all of the 16 million in im provements appropriations Mur ray said These vetoes indicate a negative attitude on the Gov ernors part toward education and property tax relief two objec lives which are critical these days Murray said that because of the vetoes even though the money is available improvements are at a standstill at Board of Regents and Board of Control institutions and at Conservation Commission lakes and parks MOST MEMBERS of the GOP Central Committee were re elected The one big contest was in the 3rd District where Mrs L L Weldon Iowa Falls was named on the first ballot to re place Enid Robinson Hampton Mrs Robinson was defeated by H R Gross for the GOP nomina tion for Congress in the June primary Mrs Weldon won over Gertrude Stockdale Aplington and Mrs Fred Gordon Chickasaw and Waverly Marshall After coun ties assured Mrs Weldon of vic tory by changing their votes to e tory by changing their votes to Lowerfloor windows of the em1 her her election was made unani assy were quickly smashed jmous THE MOSCOW conference ame at a time Nassers and Khrushchevs delegates in the United Nations were joining in actions aimed at getting Amer ican troops out of Lebanon and British troops out of Jordan But the BritishAmerican build up was continuing Three more British battalions were ordered into Jordan to bring British strength there to more than 5000 The United States backed up the British troopers with a flight of more than 50 Navy jets The planes valley to let there man put it roared over the Jordan for more than an hour it be as a known they were Pentagon spokes More US Marines ashore in Lebanon With carrier planes flying cover the 1st Battalion of the 8th Regiment landed near Beirut o join two Marine battalions anded earlier this week at the request of proWestern President Chamoun Another bat alion airlifted from Camp Le iuene NC also arrived THIS BROUGHT the total of US Marines in Lebanon to about 6300 About 2000 U S aratroopers are nearby in Tur ey New swelled the warship total of arrivals US 6th Fleet units in Lebanese waters o 49 An advance party of 30 US paratroopers arrived in Beirut mder command of Col Quincy Mass   

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