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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 9, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edifed for Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NO RTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIII Associated Press and United Press Full Wires Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9 1957 Eden Resigns as Action on MidEast Resolution Slowed by New Testimony This Paper ol Two SectionsSection No 7t Minister r The World Around Us i Japanese Are Hated in Java Number 45 By W EARL HALL Java The Jap anese were here only about four years but they left an in delible impression Theyre deep ly hated as individuals and as a nation This is one of facts to become apparent to you as you settle down on this island roughly the size of Iowa but home for almost 60 million hu man beings Just about ev you meet here can point to some body close o W EARL HALLkin who wa either shot by the Japanese in vaders as a spy or taken away to a concentration camp never to be seen again In the case of Capt Soediono Soeriantoro a cleancut young Indonesian army captain who sa witiime on a Garuda plane from Bali it was an uncle He wa killed as a reprisal measure for some sabotage in the construe tion of a railroad designed by the Japanese to latch on to Javas limited coal supply Underground Movement In the case of Thung Tian Tjoen an Indonesian of Chinese extraction Ive just met in the fabulous botanical gardens at Bogor a city of or so to the south of here it was an uncle and a nephew They were sus pected of belonging to the under ground Capt Soeriantoro who knows and likes America from having trained for a year at our Forl Benning got even with the Japa nese in an appropriate way He started his military training as a home guard under the Japanese and ended up helping to run down the last one on the islands shortly after the armistice in August 1945 The Dutch who for a couple of centuries or so in the long history of this mile long chain of Pacific islands were masters of the Indonesians are not universally popular That ii another fact which impresses it self on you soon after your ar rival here NotHated But theres a marked differ ence in the islanders attitude toward the Hollanders who used to rule over them and the Jap anese whom they greeted as lib erators when they took over co incidental with our own Pearl Harbor They are not hated cer tainly not as individual human beings That cannot be said of the Japs Even those most outspoken against colonialism anywhere in the world have been fair enough to admit to me that on the whole Java Sumatra and all the Indo nesian islands under the Dutch flag had an effective administra tion Governmental services were generally good and graft was at a minimum theyll tell you Common Criticism Their commonest criticism is that the Dutch rulers were too insistent on retaining within themselves all the powers of gov ernment Little or none was del egated to those of Indonesian stock This its more than hinted was part of a studied plan with a specific purpose It wasnt until the Japs came along and out of necessity began delegating authority to the Indo nesians that the islanders could start preparing themselves to take over the reins of govern ment But dont for a minute as sume that the Japs are given any credit for this They were hated when they were here and theyrcj despised in memory j By LEWIS GULICK WASHINGTON ffi Rep Gor don DI11 said Wednesday de velopments at the last moment are causing a slowdown in House Foreign Affairs Committee action on the Eisenhower Middle East resolution Gordon the committee chair man indicated hearings on the resolution may last through next week That would be a week later than he previously planned Too many people are asking to testi he said But Gordon said it is still possi ble that the House will pass the resolution by the end of January a target date Secretary of State Dulles expressed hope for after a closed session with the commit tee Tuesday Eisenhower has asked a four point program including author ity to use troops if neces sary to help defend against Com munist aggression any Middle Eastern nation which asks help Military and economic aid to the area also would be authorized Meantime it was learned tha a onesentence substitute resolu tion omitting any mention of eco nomic aid is being circulated among the committees Democra tic members Armed Forces The substitute says only The United States regards as vital to her interest the preserva tion of the independence and in tegrity of the states of the Middle East and if necessary will use her armed forces to that Speaker of the House Rayburn commenting that r makes said the substitute was sent to him by a prominent American whomhe declined to identify further He did not indi cate what action the committee might take on it One Democratic member of the committee said there is going to havela be economic aid to that but others said the aid pro posals could be worked out later in separate legislation Secret Testimony Two committee members said Dulles and Adm Arthur W Rad ford chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff made clear during secret testimony Tuesday that the ad ministration does not plan to spell out publicly just which countries would come under the resolution Representatives Zablocki D Wis and Vorys ROhio said the two witnesses defined roughly the countries to be affected but in dicated a belief that a public keep em guessing stand might prove more effective in dampen ing any Communist plans to at tack elsewhere Pros and cons reverberated over Rep Wayne Hays DOhio oneman walkout at the start of the committee session with Dulles hearings which he mpted Dulles from answering embarrassing questions publicly but bound the congressmen to secrecy on what Dulles said Safe Containing Stolen at Oil Station NASHUA A 50pound cash register containing in cash and checks was stolen from the Mobil Gas Station on Highway 218 here The theft occurred sometime atlulJ between ll Tuesday and 8 such a DESCRIBES Ector Garcia a Los Angeles M if f6S S6 Ce two men sought as the kidnapers of Marie McDonald as the actress right supplies a description She leafed through two large volumes of file pictures pointing out characteristics similar to those of the men she said kidnaped her and released her 24 hours later Michigan Town Opens Its Arms to Provide for 7 Motherless Children MANISTIQUE Mich only trouble with Glen Lakes seven motherless children is that there werent enough to go For two years after his wife Status Shift for Safety Chief Asked DES MOINES State Legislative Interim Committee Wednesday recommended the Commissioner of Public Safety serve at the pleasure of the governor instead of his present fouryear term The recommendation was one of 11 to the Legislature which will convene here Monday The com mittee is made up of 10 legisla tors eight of them who will re turn to support most of the rec ommendations Two Dissented Committee Chairman Henry tevens RJefferson said the recommendation pertaining to the safety commissioner is not aimed at any one al though two members voiced vigorous They were Sen Frank Byers RMarion and Rep Russell Patrick RHawar Traffic safety is more the re aunca j iiiuLt LUC 1C Tuesday Hays protested closed sponsibility of the governor than uu u said exanyone Stevens said We eel he should have a free The present commissioner is H Moyer Marion who was appointed by Gov Leo A loegh in July 1955 His fouryear erm will not expire until July 959 Widespread Rumors There have been widespread rumors Moyer would resign when Democrat Herschel Loveless be comes governor but he dispelled at a recent news conference The committee also suggested a system of incentive pay raises died Lake a 38yearold timber worker labored to keep his young family together Finally he decided he couldnt do it alone He took his problem to the Schoalcraft County Probate Court and among the 200 resi dents of little Thompson Town ship eight miles west of Manis tique he found open hearts and open homes In fact court aides explained there were more homes than there were children Giving the court custody of the six youngest children rang ing in age from 3 to 13 Lake imposed a set of terms to keep Auto Rams Bridge Farrar Man Killed ELKHART The Ian 42 Farrar was killed Tues day night when his car crashed into a bridge 5 miles northeast of here the Highway Patrol re ported his family as much as possible intact All of the children were to be placed with Thompson Township couples Each child over TO had to give his consent Lake had final approval and reserved vis iting privileges When the court made public the terms this week it also ex plained that most of the chil dren had been living in foster homes since Dec 10 and are all getting along Lake asked the oldest child a 15yearold girl to remain with him Three of the T2 Allen 10 and Arthur went to live with Mr and Mrs George Grimm Two Lois 3 and John to Mr and Mrs Walter Anderson Mr and Mrs Harry Hastings took Frank 13 The court said that all of the children needed dental care and one was a postpolio patient in need of special treatment Still another had an eye ailment Wednesday according to Roger Richards manager The register contained about in cash and the remainder in per sonal checks he said The thieves came in through a window in the grease room Sher ff Galen Folker is investigating breakin was discovered by Fred Fangmeier day marshal SAME DATE1W417 policy would promote greater safety on the Former Turncoats in Suit for Back Pay WASHINGTON UP Three former turncoat soldiers have filed suite against the govern ment to recover about in back pay and allowances while they were prisoners of war in Korea The suits were filed by Lewis Griggs Jacksonville Tex Otto G Bell Hillsboro and William A Cowart Dalton Ga The former prisoners of war refused to return to the United States after the Korean armistice but later renounced Red China and came home in July 1955 ALL IN LAUNCHING A DRIVE Olaen the national 1957 March of Dimes poster girl acts like any other 4yearold as she licks the frosting from her fingers while perched on the lap of Mrs Richard Nixon wife of the Vice President The two got together to launch a coffee day drive for funds at Washington D C Floating Border Sought State Boundary Plan Outlined DES MOINES unrelia ble IowaNebraska boundary is still a source of worry and the State Conservation Commission says it will ask the Legislature to seek a floating line to di vide the two states The center of the main channel of the Missouri River would be the border at all times and when the course of the river changes the boundary would change under the latest proposal The town of Carter Lake would re main a part of Iowa even though it is on the Nebraska side of the river To achieve such a boundary would require action by the Iowa and Nebraska legislatures and approval by Congress We believe such boundary legislation would be Bruce Stiles state conservation director said Wednesday Purpose of an elastic boundary would be to minimize land title and tax problems caused by the shifting channel of the stream The two states approved a boundary pact in 1943 in an ef fort to permanently settle the boundary problem It was be lieved then that channel stabiliza tion work by the Army engineers and upstream dams would resul in a static boundary Since 1943 however a total of 27 miles of the stabilized channel as visualized in 1943 are entirely in Nebraska between Sioux City and Omaha and for 13 miles the river is entirely inside Iowa ac cording to Charles Sayre the commissions survey chief The river cannot be controlled Sayre said The soil is loess which just isnt Survey maps have been pre pared covering the rivers course between Sioux City and Omaha Similar maps will be made on the situation from Council Bluff south Under the floating boundary proposal of the Iowa commission ownership of the land would re main stable when the channe shifts but tax and other state jurisdiction would change when ever the channel did What everyone needs is z visible state Stiles said There isnt such a bonn dary The survey maps indicate that as much as two sections of land have shifted from one side of the stream to the other since the 1943 agreement was made County officials are in a tax muddle up and down the Sayre said The survey maps indicate that among sizable land areas which would probably be affected by a floating border are the Tieville Bend and Middle Decatur Bend west of Onawa Soldier Bend and the DeSota Bend near Blair Cold Wave Wind Snow Move Into Most of Iowa Cold wave conditions marked by falling temperatures northerly and a broadening band of snow prevailed in Iowa Wednes day afternoon At noon snow was reported at Cedar Rapids Waterloo Council Bluffs Mason City Dubuque Des Moines Fort Dodge and Sioux City There was drizzle at Lamoni at that hour The Weather Bureau saw a chance of heavy snow in Iowas southern tier of counties begin ning in late afternoon and accum ulating to 2 to 4 inches by Thurs day morning Much of northwest uijvj auuiiL OcllULUaV Iowa had up to 2 inches of snow M on the ground Wednesdav nnon Minnesota Snow flumes con on the ground Wednesday noon Wednesday noon temperatures from 3 below zero at Sib ey and 4 above at Mason City lo 30 at Burlington but the cold was eginning to move into Iowas southeast corner Lows of zero to 0 below in north Iowa and zero o 10 above in South Iowa were expected during Wednesday night JOANNE BRUYER Coed Slain by ExFiance at Vermillion VERMILLION at tractive University South Da kota coed and her former fiance were dead Wednesday after au thorities said he shot her and then himself at her home here Tuesday night Joanne Bruyer 21 a drum ma jorette and campus beauty candi date was shot fatally by Donald Steels 20 a sophomore at the University Clay County State Attorney Theodore Dolney said Steele son of Dr D S Steele Robbinsdale veterinarian died early Wednesday at a Siou City hospital He had shot him self in the right temple Miss Bruyer and Steele were engaged to be married until a month ago when she broke of the engagement the Bruyer fain ily priest said Steele had roomed at the Bruyer house until just be fore Christmas Howard Conors university dean of men said Steele a 1955 gradu ate of Atlantic City high school had an emotional prob and had been advised to go home before Christmas Mrs Evelyn Bruyer said Steele had telephoned her daughter four times Tuesday then went to the Bruyer house about noon Mrs Bruyer said she told the young man he could see Jeanne once more if he promised not to both er her any Mrs Bruyer said she was in an adjoining room when she hearc her daughter ask Steele Tuesday night Where did you get tha gun Before she could act she said the shots were fired Dr E J Moore said Miss Bruy er was times by a 22 caliber pistol He said one bulle struck her in the head and sev ered the respiratory nerve at the base of the skull JETS DELIVERED WASHINGTON reported Wednesday to have de livered about a dozen MIG17 jet fighters to Syria within the past three days All About The Weather Mason City Snow and slightly colder Wednesday night 2 to 7 below zero Considerable cloudiness and continued cole Thursday high 5 to 10 Iowa Colder Wednesday night low 10 below extreme northwest to 10 above extreme southeast occasional snow south and cen tral possibly becoming heavy extreme southwest Partly cloudy northwest snow south east continued cold Thursday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 10 to 15 degrees below normal through next Monday Continued cold with only minor day to day changes until turning colder about the end of the week Normal highs 26 north to 33 south Normal lows 7 north to 14 south Pre cipitation will average two tenths to threetenths of an inch occurring as snow Wednesday night and again about Saturday Britain Blames Poor Health1 No Successor Named as Yet Sir Anthony Eden resigned Wednesday night as prime minister of Britain He blamed bad health The 59yearold Eden stepped down after the failure of British French military intervention in Egypt and at a time of a strain in BritishAmerican relations It was officially announced just before 7 1 CST that Queen Elizabeth II has accepted his resignation Calls on Queen Eden called on the Queen at Buckingham Palace just after 6 following a 70m i n u t e emergency meeting with his cabinet and oth er government ministers at 10 Downing Street Eden drove to the palace alone He ap peared to be EDEN choked up and on the verge of tears The text of the Buckingham Palace announcement The Right Honorable Sir An thony Eden prime minister and first lord of the Treasury had an audience with the Queen this eve ning and tendered his resignation as prime minister and first lord of the Treasury which Hen Males ty was pleased to There was no immediate indica tion as to who would succeed Eden The Queen could ask an other Conservative politician to form a Conservative government seems likely Normally the Sovereign follows the advice of the resigning Pre mier Top Lieutenants Edens top lieutenants Lord Privy Seal R A Butler and Chan cellor of the Exchequer Harold seen as the most probable choices to lead a new Conservative government Neither however commands the wholehearted support of all factions of the Conservative Party rent by controversy over the decision to intervene in Egypt Eden spent much of the day with the Queen at Sandringham Palace and presumably conveyed his intentions The Prime Minister smiled wanly as his big limousine pulled through the main gates of the pal ace Foreign Secretary S e 1 w y n Lloyd Edens strongest supporter in the governments Suez policies emerged from No 10 Downing Street looking glum Only 21 months April 5 was Sir Winston Churchill who made the same trip to the palace Then it was Eden the famed elder statesmans protege who got the royal summons to succeed Churchill At the height of the Suez crisis Eden went to Jamaica to rest and the government said he was suf fering from severe overstrain tinued quite cold GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Wednesday Maximum Tuesday Minimum Tuesday night At 8 Wednesday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 38 0 1 28 12 Pair Sentenced to Fort Madison on Robbery Count HAMPTON Floyd Junior Wren East Moline and War ren Walker no permanaut ad dress were sentenced to a term not to exceed 10 years after they entered a plea of guilty here Tuesday in District Court before Harvey Uhlenhopp The men who had waived pre iminary hearing in the justice oE he peace court of B W Patter ion were bound over to District ourt They will be taken to Fort Madison said Franklin County Sheriff Lee Lemke They were charged with breaki ng and entering with intent to commit armed robbery Wren and Walker were arrested Saturday night after their attempt to hold up Birdsalls Super Valu Store icre had been foiled by a group 3f Hampton youths who worked n the 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