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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - August 18, 1957, Abilene, Texas Even if life in danger syrian attache accused of plot to return Home Rome aug 17 my a ousted Asylum in Italy but said he Wasny to syrian military attache Ibrahim earning to Syria for a few Days. Hussein said today be is return he said he wants to turn Over the ing to Syria even though his life affy irs erf his office to another May be in danger there. He is member of the embassy dispose accused of plotting with the unit it his apartment Here and arrange de states to overthrow his gov the return Home of his wife eminent. Anti so children. The launching of the plot calf dirt charges has been assessed by Quot / some observers As an Effort of a 1101 a a a a hard syrian leftist Jan up to Clinch con a a it Quot h my Quot he df�2 i Omore he had anything to do with a a the alleged american backed plot.1 a i have decided to go Hack and Hussein said that he has proof defend myself a the Square Jawed he was Rome on Tho Day the colonel said. I have absolute Gyurjan government alleges he was Faith in syrian Justice. In Syria plotting against the re he said he had received word Gimel. Only today that he had been fired a a a was in my office Here in the from his Post in the syrian pm syrian embassy on that sunday Bassy Here. He said. Quot i have not been in Syria he denied reports he would seek for four years except for one saudi Arabia reportedly cutting off Oil to Egypt Cairo Egypt aug. 17 of a formats reported. Saudi Arabia is reported annoyed j Rie udis also Aie reported. A a a a annoyed at what they consider in at Egypt s Nasser regime and Friendly activities by the Nasser cutting off Oil shipments to the particularly in the Field Nile Republic. Of labor agitation. The Nasser reliable informants said saudi backed Arab federation of labor Arabia which rallied to Egypt a a trying hard to enter the saudi.,. F. A Oil Fields support to last Fau s crisis Over the Saud a Bathe Suez has suspended Oil shipments Abw movement but fc3r under. Effective sept. 1. Cover infiltration ultimately May saudi Arabia agreed to Supply i place the entire Middle East Oil Egypt with Oil for egyptian Industry at the mercy of the labor pounds taking dollars out of her federation own accounts to pay Aramco the headed by egyptian a hts whose Kamel the federation is trying to american Oil companies lube 0rganjze workers in All Arab coun royalties enrich King saudis treas tries for United action. They claim Ury. At the time Egypt was hard to have been responsible for blow pressed financially by the freezing eng up the Iraq Petroleum pipeline of her own assets in Britain in Syria during the British French France and the United states. Attack on Egypt last fall. The egyptians it is reported., a no of to Quot cd a will have received 800,000 tons of a the Mediterranean at the Oil Worth 30 million dollars from a a a the canal was closed the saudi arabians by sept. And most of Europe had to go on the egyptians had asked for one million tons. But the saudi arabians Are reported to be having financial Oil rations. Informants say the saudis Are telling the egyptians they Are suspending Oil shipments pending negotiation erf a More satisfactory problems of their own now. Dol agree ment bet can the tw0 coun. Lars heretofore plentiful a Edh tries. To Date agreements have them Are getting scarcer the largely informal month s vacation from june 20 to july 20 this he showed italian entry Stamps on passport that indicated he returned to Rome july 20. There was no record of later trips out of the country. Last tuesday syrian ambassador Zeki Jabi also told newsmen that Hussein was in Rome on the Day in question. Hussein suggested that the charges were devised by a group erf syrian army officers who he said might be trying to set up a dictatorship fashioned after that of Egypt. Scoffs at fear to return to Syria he said is to put his life in danger. But added j �?�1 have never known fear. He said he did not know who the syrian officers were who prompted the accusations against j him or who might be plotting a coup in Syria. A i have been away for four years a he said. A after four years some friends May become ene a Hussein who once was chief i of a syrian commando corps and is a former chief of syrian police termed As a ridiculous and impossible the accusation that he collaborated with an american and sex dictator col. Adib Smishek by to oust president Shukri Kun Watly. Shish Ekly was sentenced in absent a by a syrian court last february to life imprisonment on charges of leading a subversive group. Mastermind the american identified by an official syrian statement As How Ward e. Stone was described As the Mastermind in the purported conspiracy. The statement said that the United states was willing to give Between 300 and 400 million Dol jars in Aid if a new syrian government would make peace with Israel. Syria charged that Stone is the United states a no. 1 expert on coup do eat a and had been sent to Syria specifically for that purpose. The u. S. Spokesman in Syria has sharply denied that Stone a member of the u. S. Embassy a political staff in Damascus had anything to do with any plot. 2-a the Abilene reporter news Abilene Texas sunday morning August 18, 1957 Munday band directory Bill Hulse of Watonga. Okla., has been hired by the Munday school Board to replace Harold Jackson As High school band director. Hulse holds a Bachelor degree from northeastern state College Tahlequah okla. He and mrs. Hulse have one daughter Linda Ann 6. Rns photo come in boys see my Stock Waco aug. 17 funny boy Mayfield 63, a sitting on his front porch yesterday As two liquor control Board men drove by. A got anything in there a one of them asked casually after recognizing funny boy As an old customer. A yep come on in a he replied. The men found 13 quarts of wine inside and filed Hie ninth complaint in 3 years against the negro. Moves toward peace changes behind Bamboo Iron curtains described great Falls mont., aug. 17 tonal approach to the rest of the Irv sen. Mansfield a Mont said tonight that major changes taking Mansfield said the far East place behind the Iron and Bamboo a May Well be entering into a be curtains May offer Opportunity Rod of major transition due to of a to begin the Long ascent to Dur Soure pressure., in China As Well Able As developments in the japanese in such a situation he said it is a indefensible for the state ult apartment to place obstacles in the department goes ahead with an Way of reporters seeking to gather indicated modification of its re legitimate news from inside red striations on american news Cov he said. Quot it is indefensible when those obstacles arise from policies and actions of our own Mansfield praised the recent Eisenhower Dulles policy of expanding commercial and other contacts with communist Poland saying it was an improvement Over a the pattern of sympathetic words and bold words but no action that was followed in he said greater Independence in Eastern Europe is essential to peace on that continent. As for news coverage of red China the senator asserted Quot As one who prefers the press of this nation to that of other nations As one who has often found c. A greater accuracy in the Ameri Mansfield said even if the state Ca press than in government press releases i am opposed to Economy. China. Mansfield a member of the Senate foreign relations committee told the Montana state press Assn. In a prepared address a changes Are taking place within the soviet bloc which Promise a greater National Independence Horn Moscow for the satellites than has heretofore been the Case. A even within the soviet Union there Are apparently internal pressures at work which May impel rage inside China the Issue is much larger than whether a a handful erf reporters will be Al Lowed to go. He argued that the nations press must have the same Independence in foreign policy As it has in Domestic matters and not be used As an instrument of state department policy. A it is bad enough As you Well know when other governments place obstacles in the path of be any policy which seeks to curb the activities of the press or the free movement of its legitimate that country toward a More a Giti mate news gathering abroad a to Scrop vessel Rotterdam. Aug. 17 iffy owners of the dutch tugs Clyde and Ocean report the old 27.700-ton Argentine battleship Moreno has reached Japan for scrapping after the longest overseas Tow Job in history. It took 96 Days from Argentina via the Panama canal. 11 arrested in gang fight Dallas aug. 17 a a bloody gang Battle erupted Early today when a group of latin american youths tried to crash an overflowing party. One youth was shot and at least three others were lacerated with bricks and other weapons. Police arrested 11 persons on investigation of aggravated assault. John Reyes. 17, was wounded by a pistol shot. One of his Brothers Margarito 19. Was hit with a Brick. Another brother Guadalupe 21, received a minor head laceration. Benjamin Gonzales 17, was treated for a laceration. Waco Mon accidentally shot Waco aug. 17 we a. B. White 59, owner of the Petway Clipper co., seed cleaning machinery manufacturing Plant was in serious condition today from an accidental gunshot wound. A Shotgun discharged yesterday As White was putting a Saddle into the trunk of his car. The charge struck him in the Chest. 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The charges against James Pap Worth 32, of fort Worth were outlined in a planned Holdup of a Branch Bank at Carswell air base. It was set for May 1, payday at the big base outside fort Worth but never came off because officers killed Gene Norris and William Humphrey both 35, after a 120-m.p.h. Chase two Days earlier. Papworth who once served a prison term for mail fraud had told officers after Norris and Humphrey were slain april 29 that the two forced him into blueprinting the robbery by threatening harm to Papworth and his family. He described Norris As a killer for pay Texas rangers police and sheriffs deputies got wind of the plot spotted Norris and Humphrey gave Chase and killed them in a running fight which ended on the Banks of a Creek near fort Worth. Judge finds hears heir in contempt Santa Monica Calif. We George hears son of the late publisher William Randolph Hearst has been held in contempt of court for failing to make a $1,500 temporary Alimony payment. An attorney for Hearst who was not in court Friday said the Money would be paid to mrs. Colette Lyons Hearst within a week. The judge threatened Hearst with five Days in jail if the payment for july is not made within 10 Days. Hearst a attorney told the court that Hearst held up the payment in order to emphasize his Contention that he and miss Lyons never were legally married. Miss Lyons has pending a suit for separate maintenance. Hearst 53, and miss Lyons 42, married in 1952 after the newspaper executive had obtained a mexican annulment of his fourth marriage. It is now Hearst a belief the attorney said that the annulment was not valid and he a till is legally married to Sandra Rar Beau Spencer his fourth wife. Styles of tomorrow Carat Diamond bridal sets Choice of 5 new styles by nationally famous Diamond rings if you can to come in order by mail Busch a sons jewellers 126 Fine Abilene a i 1= 1= pm sir win by in i Carat if flows Brida set a a Adver l us Al shot in Stivi a b. 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