Cincinnati Times Star in Cincinnati, Ohio
19 Jul 1958

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19 Jul 1958

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Cincinnati Times Star (Newspaper) - July 19, 1958, Cincinnati, Ohio this Issue bean sprouts and Success by Lee Allen Page 5 two myi Torios pages 2,14 a Maverick s bad Day Page 5 Cincinnati s Home owned newspaper Cassimo aos main 1-7010 Cincinati times Star vol 119�?no 172 saturday july 19, 1958 28 poet Prica 7c final edition Makil a it close a a Watmer or allured Kowm Hai urday Al lit Sunder. I Ltd to lakh Diunda or a ild map be Kaiui Page to gis you re keeping Lebanon free Lupin a taxi of a mra aage broadcast by president Eisenhower to u. S. Forces Lebanon and the Mediterranean this la the president am talking to you from my office the White House 1 want to speak personally to the officers and men of our Force a marines sailors soldiers and airmen who Are now Lebanon the Mediterranean sea or the skies Over that area. Met Ark Lebanon because the United state has responded to urgent request from Lebanon a Friendly country for help presen ing its cherished Independence which has been gravely threatened to a free nation properly proud of its history and its traditions the lebanese Pele like us want Only to live peace and Freedom Twy do not want to impose their will any. Other people they do not want to conquer or enslave any other nation but unfortunately their Hopes and aspirations to re main free Are new threatened a Large part of that threat comes from outside forces which have sent men and munitions into Labanon to help destroying its democratic government based upon free popular elections Lebanon had no recourse but to Appeal for assistance their president with the unan mrnous approval of the Cabinet asked me to help them maintain their Independence. After careful consideration and consultation with the leaders of our Congress. I decided that the Appeal for help had to be Honoreda that Anleu Lebanon received help pending necessary enlarged i nixed nations support which could not be immediately furnished it would cease to exist As a free and Independent country. Vot Ark the lebanese people to remain free Quot you Are there at their invitation As ends to preserve for them the same freedoms that it have Here at Home. See Ink Page 2fire u. S. Planes Goldfine s son tries to end life Sarasota. Has h a called police at 4 06 a. M .1 or. G 0 1.1� k i k was Maxwell Goldfine son of bos reporting that he had locket Only shorts and ton Indus palist Berna re himself inc bathroom and Covo Rcd with blood officer Goldfine locked himself a Quot i think he is committing Elic said. Quot he must have Cut Motel bathroom Here Satur-1 suicide Quot himself 80 or 100 times Quot Day and slashed himself patrolman Donald i bathroom was Cov the face and body with a a personal Friend of or Gold Rcd with blood the patrol Stoat Jov motive Saffa it tax double edged razor Blade. Man said. Police wore unable to find Fine responded to the Call a officer Klie called to or a a Gold Fino through i the locked a motive for or. Goldfine s Uherc was act immediately rated Good condition. Answer at first but after or reported to have been a f pc. I five Miles of persuasion he upset Over the difficulties wounds were superficial. Gold Flor unlocked which his father has been or. w i f Eithe door and walked nut Truman suggests Ike invite Nasser to u. S. For talk involved l. Ierisi Liiv w h leases 0 l. S. Fliers a Fly it Germany updo communist East Ger Many saturday released nine u. S. Soldiers captured six weeks ago when their Chii copter strayed Over the Iron a Thunder by Harry s. Truman North american newspaper Alliance inc. Copyright l9st, by Harry s. Trunin ii Roro Furlion of Tulili article Wonla or port it Forfi iddon tril Niit written i the situation Ihu Middle East is one of extreme during danger and the president having taken a first and Neces is a a a sary step the u. S and the free nations of the West must i the soldiers were turned be Alert Mclen irined and exceedingly Caroul not o leave american red any room for As to what we Are prepared representative at the to do at All stages. Border at top . Our objective is to prevent a third world War. Our aim Degoti ii to ensure the peace of the world Ana we have devoted a de the with the East our wealth and energies to that end at great sacrifice. The president has made a momentous decision and proclaimed a policy which every citizen of the u. S. Should support. German red Cross. Cause it was obvious that the p a a men. Cha phere of genuine bipartisan-1 Lebanon for help ship which our foreign but there was not time to policy can be supported by All Deal with the emergency by citizens. I for some time 1 have been i worried about the steadily worsening prospects for peace and for the arrangements and organizations we have set up to help keep the peace of the world. I have been frankly concerned that the same Fate that overtook the league of nations of Woodrow Wilson might also befall the United nations. This would be a great tragedy.,.a . Army statement i would have preferred As Aid the released captives i am sure tiie president were a a cheerful and appeared would to Call first upon the i to be Good United nations for action pulls sub free from Sandbar Provincetown mass. Up a the Fleet snorkel subpar fighter crashes transport hit As troops pour Mideast Ai a Flance by imbed , Kirl to a. S fighter crashes m area where rebels have been firing sniper hits transport join marines. United .n,\tid.ns a Hopes for pc cd action by United nations dimmed by soviet veto of u s proposal for International police Force to replace u. S marines Lebanon. of Iordan loyally of army conspiracies and plots by Quot evil elements a and communist subversives. armed Manth incr reserves virtually depleted by Middle East crisis additional reinforcements probably result calling reservists Hack to colors. a go West German intelligence reports say Russia has massed 24 infantry and divisions nearly half a million men. turkish and iranian frontiers Force bigger than All Allied Icicco Mideast. iraqi embassy its government earnestly intends to continue producing and shipping Oil to its regular customers throughout the world. This appears to be a word of reassurance from the new revolutionary government to the West. wire services Beirut Lebanon a the u. S. Suffered ils first loss since the Marine Landing Here when a yank fighter plane crashed saturday killing its Pilot and a rebel sniper put two Bullet holes one of the transports which ferried More manpower into this Middle Nalion. The fighter plane went Down area where rebel druze tribesmen were reported to have been firing. But villagers said they did not believe any bullets hit the fighter. The fighter plane crashed a mountainous area ten Miles East of Beirut a times Star Lehker photo. Roaring into history saturday was Norfolk amp Western railways steam locomotive no. 60.1. Departing from the Union terminal at 8.10 a. M., it hammered past the Winlon place station minutes later to become the last main line steam locomotive run America. When it arrives at Norfolk va., Progress will take Over the form of diesel engines. Then amp a which operates mainly the Coal Rich regions of the appalachian mountains is the last major Railroad to convert its passenger runs to the Oil fired diesels. The rebels remained the compound and it was difficult to get a Clear picture of what believed to be a Navy propeller driven Grumman Bell cat one of the Type that had russians would have delayed a Norful sum i me Piper ran aground a any action the Security Council until help of any kind would have been rendered futile. At the time of the korean crisis we were Able to get Quick action the United nations because Russia was then boycotting the Security Council. Continued Page 8 Sand bar Early saturday about a half mile from Shore but was pulled free about six hours later. The coast guard Cutter Frederick Lee stationed at Provincetown. Pulled the submarine off Wood end bar shortly before noon. Many of the pipers Crew walked uhe deck during the operation. Hourly temperatures .3 a. A. 72 4 a. A. 71 .5 a. A. 70 6 a. A. 69 7 a. A. 70 8 a. A. 74 humidity 9 a. A. 71% 12 noon. 62% 9 a. A. 77 it a. A. 79 ii a. A. 79 12 noon. 79 1 p . 79 2 p a. 79 Iraola denies stud esties want West s Friendship Damascus Syria pm Mfayek Samurai Leader of la Raqu a is ulal Independence party said interview saturday that the revolution Lary regime his country wants to be friends with the West. Samurai was described by the i iraqi air Force Pilot who bulletin Cape canaveral Fla. 1�?the air forces mightiest Atlas intercontinental Ballis missile burst apart with a solent Roar High the sky a t u r d a y shortly after lunching. Flew him Here from Baghdad As a possible Choice for civilian prime minister of the newly proclaimed Republic when the present military government Steps Down. Samurai said the new iraqi leaders will not turn to the communist bloc for support unless the West forces them to do so. He declared the leaders had shown their distaste for communism by delaying answer to Moscow a congratulations their coup. The iraqi leaders he added believe the concept of a United Arab world but probably will not join the United Arab Republic of Egypt and Syria the foreseeable future. Earlier it was announced the revolutionary regime had withdrawn from the Arab Union with Jordon Saleh Mahdi ranking Diplomat at the Iraq embassy said he old assistant Secretary of state William Rountree yesterday that 1. The new Iraq regime is ready to co operate with the United states to evacuate any of the 1,964 americans the country if a he state department believes this necessary. 2. The entire staff of the Iraq embassy has gone Over to the Side of the rebel regime and represents it instead of the former government headed by prime minister Nuri said. Paging the news. ,. To 12-13 i Overman Blake. 6 Church news 4-5 comics. 7 death notices. 8 editorials. 6 fashion news to 11 Ann Landers to 4 Drew Pearson 6 George Sokolsky. 6 sports .11-12 George Stimson 6 to radio to 2-10 2-minute mystery. To 2 want ads.8-10 a chuckle for today. It used to be that when �0u said a Man had gone to is everlasting rest it did no to mean he had landed a Job with the government. Reds bar move to replace marines United nations. N. Y. Updo a soviet veto of american proposal to replace the marines Lebanon with International police Force has blocked any Quick action the Middle East crisis. A Compromise Resolution to beef up the unarmed observer corps Lebanon gave Only faint Hope that the Security Council would move to ease the Jor Dan Iraq Lebanon situation monday. Most observers predicted that the United nations Only Chance of taking effective action now rests with the general Assembly which could not meet emergency session before wednesday at the earliest. U. S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge called the deadlocked Security Council Friday night to summon the Assembly into emergency session. But he agreed that a ova the his Reso happened. The school is been flying Over missions vacation and most of its per-1 Over the american landings sonnet absent. Marine corps officer said u. S. Air Force spokesman it was f-9-f Navy Jet fight Beirut said the fighter a scr. Reporters at the scene could not Tell from the scattered wreckage what it was. Villagers said the plane appeared to be fire before it it a tree and smashed into the Steep Hillside. The rebels relatively quiet since the marines started Landing tuesday suddenly increased their activity As the u. S. Flew additional 2,000 soldiers from the nato base at Turkey saturday. The reinforcements brought to nearly 9,000 the number of u. S. Troops this Middle East state equating the whole lebanese army. The Pilot died instantly when the plane plunged into continued Page 2. Hashim Jawad newly designated Delegate from the revolutionary regime ruling Iraq arrived saturday at the United nations to present another controversy. Lution should be postponed until Japan presents its Compromise offer to the Council monday afternoon. Reliable sources said the japanese Resolution would Call for a strengthening of the 96-Man observer group Lebanon so that u. S. Forces can be withdrawn from there. Diplomats said the United states was unlikely to accept Japan a Resolution unless it provided that the new unarmed Border patrols be transformed into a much larger shooting police Force. The United states proposed Friday that the Security Council Call up International police Force to Tak Over from the marines guarding Lebanon against infiltration of men and arms across the syrian Border. Nine of the 11 Council members voted for the proposal but it was killed by the soviet unions eighty fourth veto. Sweden abstained. The Council also voted Down 8 to 1, with Sweden and Japan abstaining a russian demand that the United nations order american and British forces out of Lebanon and Jordan immediately. A swedish proposal to a suspend until further notice Quot activities of the Unis fact finding observer group Lebanon was Defeated 9 to 2. Only Sweden and Russia favored the proposal which would have been a backhanded slap at the u. S. Marine landings Lebanon. Country part a Oigt a a we ought to search Foi a Many a future possibilities instead of digging for the decay his l l

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