FOREIGN RELATIONS: Hard Line on Syria

Back from the edge of left-sliding Syria flew Loy Wesley Henderson, 65, ace State Department troubleshooter for the Middle East and respected advocate of a worldwide hard anti-Communist line. "The situation in Syria (see FOREIGN NEWS) is serious," said he at Washington National Airport. "In fact, I would say extremely serious. It might deeply affect the security of the whole free world." He handed a dozen pages of memoranda to a senior State Department official, headed downtown for long hours of talks with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles.

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