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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                t North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tor LOBE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIV Associated PreM and United PKM international FuO Lease 7e a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 23 1951 Paper Consists el Two 144 Khrushchev Reply I Awaited by West ON PREFERRED READING Lebanese citi zen holds an American leaflet bearing a picture of Pres ident Eisenhower and a message in Arabic A million such leaflets have been scattered over Lebanon telling AP Photofax the reasons for the presence of US troops and giving assurances that they will be removed as soon as con ditions permit USAir Might Displayed Over Lebanon Crucial Vote Delayed BEIRUT Lebanon UPI United States planes operating from 6th Fleet carriers and air bases staged an im pressive show of strength over all major Lebanese cities Wednesday in a salute to the people of Leb anon It was a clear demonstration of World War Wont Start in Lebanon J S aerial might in a divided country made anxious by the of Lebanons par1 iamentary elections andby a fiery speech in Cairo Tuesday night by United Arab Republic President Gama Abdel Nasser The demonstrations by Ameri can forces committed to uphold stable government in this tiny Arab republic included supersonic fighters and big bombers capable of c a r r y in g atomic bombs Thirtyone Air Force planes and 20 naval planes took part MEANWHILE private consul tations among Lebanese political leaders intensified in a race to set the stage for the presidential vot BEIRUT Lebanon UPi Adm James L Holloway said Wednes day I really think we can get out of Lebanonwithout any fight ing He added he doubts that World War III will start here The commander of all Ameri can forces in Lebanon appeared at a news conference with US Ambassador Robert McClintock Both expressed optimism over the outlook not only in Lebanon but in respect to repercussions elsewliere to the arrival of Amer ican forces in this tiny Middle East nation HOLLOWAY and McClintock were asked their opinion on the possibility that the Lebanese sit uation might touch off a third World War The ambassador replied From my own political experience I would say the danger of a third World War is very much re duced Holloway concurred Holloway also said he sees no indications of the Russians be coming involved in the Lebanese problem Asked whether he felt similarly about the United Arab Republic he replied that it would not appear that Presidenl Nasser will mount and launch a formal intervention in Lebanon REPORTERS ASKED both men tbout the possibility that Ameri can forces might be used to as sist Jordans King Hussein Hollo way did not reply directly but said The US Marines and Army have the capacity for quick ihifts and movements In a formal statement McCIin lock said We are here to help and not to take over Lebanons onechamber 66man Parliament was to have met Thursday to elect a president to succeed Camille Chamoun bul Abdel Osseiran speaker of the body announced a postponemenl to July 31 following consulta tions with government and oppo sition leaders Lebanese presi dents are limited to one sixyear term If agreement is reached be tween the rebels and loyalists on a president Lebanons 75dayold crisis may soon end If agree ment is not reached the clevage jetween the two groups is likely o deepen into civil war The rebels are determined to oust Chamoun and touched off their revolt May 10 to emphasize heir point US trouble shooter Robert Murphy still was working urg ently to bring the splintered ele ments of Parliament together MURPHY thus far has pleased joth sides by talking both with government and with opposition leaders He has made it clear the United States has no can didate but would like to see both sides find a man accept able to each and end the near civil war Emphasis still centered on Par liament where a breakdown in the voting procedure could lead to renewed violence and possible involvement of the American troops Rebel leader Saeb Sa lam could blow the situation wide open by ordering his fol lowers to boycott the election The opposition has posed three conditions for attending the ses sion of a new president must be coupled with plans for a complete and immediate with drawal of the Chamoun govern1 troops must get out of the country miistbe government reform to assure future presi dents the same powers and no more as held by the present one Session Not Goal of US Russ Would Be Accuser By JOHN HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON M Next to an outbreak of war the one thing the Eisenhower administration least wants just now is a summit conference either inside or out side the United Nations But an effort to preserve US British unity and avoid a repeti tion of the costly division rof 1956 during the Suez crisis has forced the President fo take a position where Premier Nikita Khrush chev seems to have the last word on whether or not there will be a summit meeting President Eisenhower and Sec retary of State Dulles both actual ly think according to the word of some of their top aides that this is no time for a toplevel meet ing on the Middle East andthat the UN Security Council in Nesv York with all its excitement is no place for calm discussion of the crisis The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Wed nesday night and Thursday with showers a n d thunderstorms Thursday A little warnier Wed nesday night low 6265 High Thursday 8287 Iowa Partly cloudy through Thursday Scattered showers a n d thunderstorms northwest Wednesday night and Thursday A little warmer Wednesday night low 6270 Turning cooler northwest Thursday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees below normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs 88 north to 91 south Normal lows G3 north to 66 south CoolerFiiday with only minor changes there after Rainfall will be moderate to heavy averaging onehalf inch to one inch but locally up to 3 inches in scattered show ers and thunderstorms Friday through Monday Minnesota Growing cloudy showers High Thursday 90 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum 81 Minimum 55 At 8 a m 70 YEAR AGO Maximum 84 Minimum 58 AD Ml N I ST RAT I ON of ficials said Wednesday there are several reasons why meeting is highly inadvisable Living Costs Climb Slightly but Decline Expected Shortly WASHINGTON WThe government Wednesday reported living costs rose in June by less than onetenth of 1 per cent to another Shop Gehter Work Halted by Pickets Photo on Page 13 Construction of the new Mason City shopping center came to a halt Wednesday morning Some 35 or 40 workers members of En gineers Local 234 and other union craftsmen employed at the site to go to work in protest of nonunion practices Pickets at both entrances to the shopping center manned signs protesting employment by the Mielson Excavating Co of three nonunion men Alfred Nielson owner cfthe firm said that his company has a contract with Kel roy Furnace Plumbing Co aljjevlse subcontractor to excavate for sewer and water lines at t h e shopping center ART BECKER secretary and business manager of the Building Trades Council said that he has received permission from Local 234 officials in Waterloo to nego record now 1 Khrushchev is in theposition of an accuser and the United States of defender inthe dispute over the causes and the possible consequences of American and British military intervention in the Middle East From the US point of view this is an upsidedown situation one that puts this country at a great disadvantage in trying to deal with the political and propa ganda interests at stake inany highly publicized meeting 2 THERE ARE in the US govenments view two real vil lains in the Middle East tragedy They are Khrushchev and Egypts Gamal Abdel Nasser The State Department is convinced they in tend to do everything possible right now and in the future to foment as much trouble as they can against proWestern govern ments in the Middle East 3 The risks involved in any summit conference are so great that no such meeting should ever be held without the most careful preparations that diplomacy can Tot Buried in Dress She Was Going to Weor as Flower Girl PITTSBURGH Palma LaGrotteria 7 talked often about how she was going to be a flower girl in the September wedding of a family friend And she was all excited about her gown a replica of the brideto bes white gown overlaid with pink tulle Why she even helped her mother pick it out Palma will wear the gown but not at the wedding Shell be buried in it Friday She died Tuesday rf leukemia Flight in Balloon Delayed by th e r MINNIEAPOLIIS f UPI The Office of Naval Research post poned scheduled launching of a manned balloon into the stratosphere because oi unfavorable weather The launching from an open pit iron mine near Crosby Minn was held up when a cold from moved into the area Tuesdaj night with accompanying faac Trade Bill to Satisfy Ike Assured WASHINGTON UP Senate leaders predicted Wednesday that the reciprocal trade exten sion bill will emerge from con ference with the House in a form satisfactory to President Eisen hower Sen Harry F Byrd Summit in Balance Stumbling Block Seen BULLETIN MOSCOW The Soviet government agreed Wednesday to attend UN summit con ference on condition that dias Prime Minister Nehru and Arab representatives also are invited will head the Senate efon ferees told a reporter I am sure we will work out a bill that will be fully acceptable to the President Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon B DTex said the conferees might come up with the full fiveyear extension asked by the President If not he said they surely will agree on four The Senate Tuesday passed a threeyear extension UNITED NATIONS NY The next step in the Middle East crisis depends on whether Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev cepts the challenge to a summit meeting in the Security Council Khrushchev Wednesday presum ably was making up his mind whether to insist on his own plan for a fivepower summit meeting apart from the UN or agree to the suggestions of President Ei senhower and British Prime Min ister Macmillan for the highlevel meeting here within the Security ouncil Moscow dispatches said many diplomats there believed the So viet leader would accept the Er senhower Macmillan suggestion the weather Navy officials s a i dmeasure weather conditions looked prom ising for a flight Thursday Another Cool Front En Route to Iowa It was a typical July day in owa Wednesday but the Weather Bureau said another cool front is on the way Scattered showers The body rolled up a smashing 6327 bipartisan vote to give Eis enhower a major victory inhis fight to retain his power to over ride Tariff Commission recom mendations for q u o t as and higher tariffs But the leaders on both sides who cooperated to achieve this did not call for any other floor tests on provisions put into the and thunderstorms are forecastlbill by the Senate Finance Com for northwest Iowa Wednesday night ahead of a cool front ORY RECOVERS SAN FRANCISCO UP Jazz trombonist Edward Kid 0 r y stricken recently with a blood ail ment after surgery was reported well on his way to recovery to day The 71yearold musicians blood had failed to clot Trans fusions overcame the difficultyjTV sets mittee over administration oppo sition They preferred instead to iron these out in conference GOOD TV FANS DES MOINES UP lowans are some o the best television watch ers in the covfttry At least the state ranks 13th in the nation in the percentage of homes having But the tiny increase held a promise of a decline later The de cline may come in the summer or early fall j The Labor Departments Bureau of Labor Statistics said its index rose to 1237 per cent of the 194749 average This means it tiate in the dispute He said that he hopes to settle the matter with Kelroy as quickly as possible J Carroll Shahan job steward for i union operating engineers at the costs about 24 cents more to buy what could be purchased for a shopping center site said that dollar a decade ago Nfielson besides employing non The June living cost level was 29 per cent higher than the amo operating engineers is pay same month last year It was the 20th time the official index has risen to1 new records in the 22 months There has been no de cline since August 1956 Ewan Clague labor statistics commissioner said the June hike only fractional about as small as you can get and still tiave an increase in the index ing them wages below the union scale He added that pickets would remain at the site and con struction would be halted until an agreement is reached IM NOT a union operator and I dont pretend to be Nielson i CAIROW Western travelersicommented I dont feel were arriving Wednesday from Kharout of line As far as I know no Report Coup in Sudan Thwarted a SS said an Iraqilype proNasiolher contractor in this area has a inodest decline in lheser coup was attempted in Sudan ii in the last few days It apparently next few months particularly as food items become more plentiful He said he could not guess wheth was nipped by the Sudanese au thorities Iv an agreement with the operating engineers Idled by the stoppage were bricklayers ironworkers er this would be only temporary Sudan is on Egyprs southern cians cement finishers and la or would represent any lastingborder Details of the altemptlborers as well as the operating price decline couid not be learned engineers Food prices normally decline inj SudaiVs P r e m i e r Abdullah the summertime when local is violenty antNasser 4 ti ivv n11 ii y dllLlls cloaCl iaJS two countries long have been rarily cheapen grocery costs for feuding especially since Sudan housewives But other costs havejgauied independence Jan 1 1956 been mounting steadily despite ending joint British Egyptian the recession irule Now they are involved in a at Anamosa Project AN AM OS A W Don Mack Coday 25 a construction worker electrocuted here Tuesday icn a hydraulic digger he was and recreation medical care and reaches are controlled by t h ebperaling tame in contact with a There were slight advances in new row over dajnrning the of transportation of t h e Nile whose uppeswhe personal care Sudanese high tension wire AP THEY REMEMBER THEIR PETS More than 3000 pets who have gone on band near St Louis Mo Mrs Fischer to the happy hunting ground are buried in this shady grove on a farm owned by Mrs Max Fischer and her hus with her dog Nellie watching puts flowers on the grave of a blind persons guide dog though he might setup But an articlelin Soviet government newspaper hich apparently was written be fore the EisenhowerMacmillaa proposals were known officially threw ice water on the UN sum mit idea THE OFFICIAL Soviet news agency Tass distributed fa report of the Izvestia article saying that the United States t rulers ara seeking a suitable waV to avoid Khrushchevs proposal It is common knowledge that the United States wields a me chanical majority in the Security Council Does the United States really think that someone will agree to discuss cardinal tional problems with Chiang Kai shek ofNationalist China whd holds a place in the Security Council thanks to his American patrons Western observers in Moscow said they believe Khrushchev might find it difficult to reject the UN summit idea in view of his original offer to go anywhere for a meeting IN SEPARATE NOTES sent Khrushchev Tu es d a y night President Eisenhower Prime Minister Harold Macmillan of Britain and French Premier harles de Gaulle showed themi selves badly divided on the is sue of a meeting Eisenhower is reluctant to be come involved in any kind of ses sion with Khrushchev at thii time His letter strongly indi cated by several toughly worded paragraphs that he considers he Soviet Communist leader to be behind much of the turmoil and trouble in the Middle East But under pressure from Mac millan Eisenhower told Khrush chev that if a Security Council meeting involving presidents and premiers and foreign ministers were generally desired tha United States would join in fol lowing that orderly procedure KHRUSHCHEV originally sug gested an emergency summit meeting at Geneva or elsewhere of just the United States the Soviet Union Britain France and India De Gaulle followed a quite dif ferent line than Eisenhower and Macmillan He emphasized that he accepts the principle of a summit conference but he said the United Nations lacks the calm atmosphere France desires for a conference He asked that it be set at another time and place while the Security Council with its normal membership continues to seek a solution or the Middle East crisis   

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