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Statesman, Salem, Ore, Fit, Aug. 31, 56 (Sec. 19
North Atlantic Pact Council to Consider Suez Canal Situation in Paris Meeting on Wednesday
LONDON (JP Britain announced
Thursday night the North Atlantic
, council will meet in Paris Wednes
day "to consider the Suex canal
question." That meeting is to open
48 hours after an ice-breaking par
ley between the Egyptians and the
five-nation Meniics committee In
Cairo.
Trench troops arrived in Cyprus
In the Eastern Mediterranean,
where Britain already had streng
thened her own forces at her main
Middle Eastern base only 230 miles
north of Egypt.
But a British foreign office
spokesman denied this was meant
to force Egypt to do anything.
Eighteen countries, including Bri
tain and France, are supporting a
proposal that . Egypt turn the 103--mile
canal ever to international
control.
In a diplomatic cold war, Britain
ordered two attaches of the Egyp
tian embassy here to leave the
country within 72 hours. The order
retaliated for Egyptian President
Nasser's expulsion of two British
diplomats among seven Britons in
Cairo whom Egypt accused of spy
ing. , 1
The Egyptian attaches are Abdel
salam Kafifl and Hamdi Moham
med Nasser. The Britons expelled
were first -secretaries J. B. Flux
and J. G. Gove.
Meeting Held
The five-nation committee of
Australian Prime Minister Robert
G. Menzies held another meeting
here in planning the assignment
given at the 12-nation Sues canal
conference ended in London a
week ago. It will meet again Fri
day, fly to Cairo Sunday and meet
Egyptian President Nasser there
Monday.
The foreign office announcement
of the meeting of the NATO coun
cil, top body of the lS-nation North
Atlantic Treaty Organization, said
Foreign Secretary Selwyn I.loyd
would attend. It was presumed Bri-
' tain and France will tell their al
lies what they plan to do if the
talks with Nasser break down.
NATO's Paris headquarters said
Lloyd was the only foreiRn mini
ster presently expected and perma
nent headquarters representatives
would attrnd for other countries.
Staling) on Cyprus
The reports of troop movements
came within hours of the announce
ment in Paris and I-ondon that
Britain had agreed France might
station troops temporarily on Cy
prus. The announcement said
France wanted to be able because
of events in Egypt and the Suez
Canal Zone to assure "protection
of French Nationals and of their in
terests in the eastern Mediterran
ean." Subsequently Sir George Young.
British foreign office spokesman,
told a news conference the move
should be viewed not as coercive
but as .precautionary.' He denied
Britain had made any commitment
for Joint military action with
France. He said he knew of no
Farm Values,
Also Debts,
Show Gains
WASHINGTON i - The value
of the nation'! farms increased
to a record level .last year and
so did farm debt.
The federal reserve system re
ported Thursday that farm assets
hit a new high of 171 billion dol
lars' on Jan. 1 while farm debt
climbed to $18,BO0.000,0OO.
At the same time, it said net
farm income dropped about 5
per cent during the year.
These figures were reported in
the balance sheet of agriculture.
IflSS." appearing in the federal
reserve's monthly bulletin.
The jump in farm assets was
attributed mainly to increases in
the value of farm real estate.
Also figured as assets are such
items as automobiles, household
furnishings, buildings, tractors,
trucks, farm machinery and in
ventories of crops.
Compared with the figure for a
vear earlier, farm assets were up
M.fioonflfl.noo, or about 1 per, cent.
The i n c r e a s e in 1954 had
amounted to five billion dollars,
or I per cent.
Only two major types of farm
assets declined in the two-year
period. These were Inventories of
livestock and of crops.
Farm, debts, including price
support loans, increased $1,000,
ooo.ooo in 19.'5 compared with an
increase of 600 million in .1954.
Total gross farm income in
m-.n t il son 1100 000. or about
2 per cent less than in 1954. Farm
production costs rose about 1 per
tent. Because 01 me oei.-rra.ie ui
income and the rise in costs, total
net income from agriculture
dropped by more han JDOO.OOO,
, ooo or about 5 per cent.
JVDC.ES KNOW LAW
BARRlEOnl. - Justice
(1n3JJ--a Stewart of the Onta--"TuTsiipronie
Court will be tried
here Dec. 19 on a charge of il
legal parking. Stewart traveled SO
miles for a preliminary hearing.
He pleaded innocent, explaining
his legal training taught him it
was unwise to make any admis
sion. The magistrate agreed.
plana to set up t Joint command.
Order HI sued.
Queen Elizabeth It signed an or
der putting Cyprus under Britain's
visiting forces act. This will allow
French forces on the island to try
their men in their own courts
martial. ,
France has repeatedly denied
she is trying to force Nasser to
accept the International-control
plan. The plan Is that Egypt
should retain ownership of the
i canal, with an international board
'to operate it. The board would In
I elude Egypt and be linked with the
United Nations.
V. K. Krishna 'Menon, Indian
' minister without portfolio, spent
more than three hours during the
! day with President ' Nasser in
' Cairo. "We discussed the general
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situation and our talks will con
tinue," .Menon said.
Advisory Council
Menon Is architect of a minority
proposal from the London confer
ence, where Wing Cmdr. All Sabry
'was Nasser's outside observer.
That plan calls for an interna
tional advisory council for the
canal, under Egypt's control. But
Menon says he is not pressing
Nasser to accept any specific plan
only exploring possibilities for
a peaceful solution of the dispute.
A spokesman for the Australian
legation in Cairo announced that
the committee from London would
make its headquarters in the Aus
tralian minister's residence there.
Australia, the I'nited States, Swe
den, Iran and Ethiopia are mem-
i bers of the committee. Assistant
f
Undersecretary of Slate toy W. 1
Henderson represents the
States.
Egypt took advertising space in
newspapers in New York, Lcndon
from the old Suej Canal Co., July state department would take no', A German newspaper, the Ham-
United jg, .public position on the matter. burger Anzeiger, said 10 Germaa
The New York advertisements. , m.i. .a p,ii. ..iH ilar offers and probably would
new,P"pr.r!. ".".'T,.?:. ".TZ in the New. and the Journal of .;' - i. Z-h leave for Port Said, northern end
nSCHniZS.- . 5b. wuid conry m thes. of the canal, next week. A leader
aeamen. A growing shortage of pi- manners appiy 10 rgypis asn- interost of the United States." He uc" P , "T .
aeamen. grow.n murine m y, , ,0 EmbaMy or NrW York or ... ... . llU , , ., Calcutta, 12 Indian piloU of ocean
lota has threatened smooth pas- j sn Francisco consulates. They "id hl mfn ouW g0 ,0 Egpt liners volunteered for service
sage of ships through Mie canal j tll(j they could earn the Egyptian o"'y if government officials "say (he canal in a message sent tt
since Egypt took over ownership' equivalent of up to $1,429.2. The okay." Cairo.
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