Page M-- INDEPENDENT T -2 KINGS PARLEY TODAY L.B. Address Mrs. FDR Report Iraq, Jordan to Form ion Â· . AMMAN, Jordan H --The Hasnimite Arab kingdoms of Iraq and Jordan seemed headed; : Monday night for federation in : ' a move which could take the Iraqi regime 6ut of the..west' em-oriented Baghdad Pact. Official sources in Amman, ..predicting this, indicated a strong possibility that a fed- Â· oration of the two .kingdoms .might be joined by the Saudi " Arabian monarchy. This would create in the tur- - bulent Middle East a situation Â· ji^which' two separate and pos, ., 'sibly Arab federations would face one another, "The prediction came in the Â· midst of strong Egyptian-Syrian Â·- propaganda for a general Arab Â·.federation under the leader. .sbip of Egypt, now joined with Syria in a united' Arab re- .'Â·: public. - Â· ' Â» *. * * - . FEDERATION with I r a q " "likely foreshadows the beginning of the, end of Jordan's 1 existence as a national entity. "Â·Â·.Â· The little state in the heart ' of the Arab east long has been - -teetering on 'the edge of ex- Â·.. tinction. In federation-with Iraq, it ' Â·"Â· would be dominated by Baghdad. Such federation, too, would be counter to 'Egyptian-Syrian -Â· 'ambitions for the future of Jor: : -dan, which Damascus and Cairo " ' view as a historical part of : '-Syria. . 1 ' Â·" 'Iraq isÂ· ruled by young King 'Â·'Â· Faisal II,' great grandson of the Arab nationalist h e r o , Sherif Hussein of Mecca. Jor Â·" dan is ruled by Faisal's cous- ' "in, 22-year-old King Hussein, Â· ' -also a great grandson of Sherif Hussein. Faisal, accompanied by a . retinue of high Iraqi govern". ment officials, is due today in Amman to parley with Hussein 'Â·'Â·Â· oh the future of the two Hashi' ' mite countries in the light of '.the Egyptian-Syrian u n i o n , which has produced strong pres- Â· ' surds against' the two regimes demanding an outward show of Â· all-Arab unity. ; ' Â· ' * * Â« Â» O F F I C I A L JORDANIAN ." sources suggested the possibility I that King Saud of Saudi Arabia would join in the new 'federation later -on. _Saud's, family once considered itself the blopd enemy of the Ashemites, whom the late Ibn-Saud drove'out of the Hejaz in the Arabian.pe- ninsula. Â· ' . - . ; Â· But the exigencies of the Arab east's turbulent politics in the past two years have .produced a. sort of reconciliation between the two families, which eventually saw King Saud supporting Hussein against Egyptian-Syrian pressure's. Iraq,, said the ' informants, may take certain necessary steps to permit the -entry oi Saudi-Arabia into a new. Arab east federation. The -sources declined to elaborate on just what these' steps might ;be,- but they said they, "would riot be astonished" to see :Iraqi withdraw from the.Baghdad Pact. Iraqi withdrawal from! 1 ", the pact probably. : would be./necessary before Saud could\-cpn- sider associating" himself-;with the proposed new-Â·union.'.-.' The Baghdad Pact : has-been the. chief target. pf ..Â·Egyptian- Syrian, propaganda ever.:. 1 since H was created'.in..'1955,".and strong public;sentimen't.'againstj it and in support ;-of'Egypt's President Gamal.Abdel Nasser wouli make.it difficult for Saud to associate himself with a'na- tion so closely tied in alliance with the West. at 8 Tonight Mrs. Franklin Delano .Roosevelt will comment "on,. her .impressions of .. E I '.recent Â· Â· trip through the Soviet XJnipn at a meeting in Millikan Hi'gh.School Auditorium at,8.p.m/today. Mrs/ Roosevelt's. Temarks,. on Russia .will be made foUbwiiijE an address, "is Â·America: Living up to World Le'ade'r^iip?"; before a group gathere'd :;by the Long; .Beach Chapter^ of the American . Association ,:f or ; th'e United Nati6ns;,and^;the',Long Beach Unitarian:'Forum;.. .Â·From". 1946. 'itoV 1951-- Mrs Roosevelt , served ^as-. 1 ch'airman of -the UNESCO 'Commission on Human Rights. .SheTesigned as American delegate .to the-United Nations in,; 1953. : . . Â·' ' ' : Â· . : The house-iiasibeeh.complete- ly sold' out, according to Mrs Rebecca Loy, chairman: pt' : the sponsoring 1 ; committee. 1 ' - Long Beach Men Join Navy in January Â·\ ~ " 'Â· Â» . . . . ' . - . The Long;" Beach Ijlayy recruiting office Thursday .ire- leased the names, of'24 Long Beach, men who enlisted in'.the United States. Navy during January. -_''.-.; Â·-".Â·" .;Â· . They.are Dan .Carter, Henry C.- Outen, .;Charlesi E: 'Mullen, A'ddison W. Nelson,. Alfred .D. Truelove, -Robert 'C. Johnson, Leonard L. Mertes, Marie J. Knapp'V- JanieV L. Metzger, Charles~'Bt Swehsori; Ronald N. Spitzer,-Larry D. Henson, Dale R Dunn;': Carroll. W. Campbell, Jaclc" .L. ; :Meltoii, . James :R. Dierx, ! James ,L. : Ward, George H::Shellnut, George.W. Owens, Marvin p. :Mb6re,="Raymond,A. Nelson,'Â·'Â·.Maurice.- E. .Arnold; William;.S. Pannell, .Barrel M: Thomas;' Â· . ' ' '* ' i. '-.Â·Â·*,. Â» ,Â» T. Â· Â· IHE . NEW' sailors, w i l l undergo nine ,weeks ol recruit training at: Â· the U.VS.' -Naval Training Cen'ter; in San: .Diego. On completion,- of recruit 1 training' they will;, be .granted 14 days l e a v e ..before being assigned 'to 7 a Â· Navy/specialty school or-unitiof .the fleet men 1 -interested ^ . in learning a trade are -invited to check)/the-"'Navy Recruiting officer/ bii : the ,7th- floor, 'of. the Post,'Office, Building, 3rd St. and American .'Ave.-.--Â·; Cohen Enters i Innocent Plea . 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