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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1947, Winona, Minnesota                                Cloudy EJTd.1 llkfljr. EATHER Cloudy continued tonljfht 116 Full Leased Wire News Report qf The Associated Press Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations DAYS VOLUME 47. NO. 142 WJNONA, MINNESOTA, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4, 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY FOURTEEN PAGES Indonesians Issue Order to Cease Fire Union to Offer Ford New Terms Negotiators Work to Avert Strike Set for Tuesday Drtrolt An official of the C-I.O. United Auto Workers wild todny that the union htitl a new proposal which tt hoped would avert a strike of Ford Motor Company employes. Richard T. Leonard, U.A.W.-C.I.O. vice-president, did not rcvetil terms of the new suKKestion which he was to be offered to the com- pany tit a Inst-dltch negotiating The strike was scheduled for noon Tursdiiy. Leonard's statement cnmo mo- ments after the company delegation Rnnounced that it hud no now pluns for averting the threatened walkout, which would be the first major strike In the auto Industry In 17 months. The two sides arc at odd.t over n pension plan and contract terms to protect the union ngalnst penal- ly provisions of the Tuft-Hartley Inbor law. i Henry ford IT. youthful head the big auto firm, declined to at-i tend the last scheduled session al though he cut short a vacation t return here. "I do'not think my attendance a this morning's session could ad anything the youthfu company president stated early to- day In a telegram to Richard T Leonard, head of the C.I.O. Unite Auto Workers Ford department. He termed the proposed walkou "not an attack on the labor policy of the Ford company but a strlk against the law." and added tha the T7.A.W.-C.I.O. seemed "deter mined" to strike "unless we agrci with you to establish for all In dustry what seems to Use n dls ustrous precedent for scuttling union responsibility provisions In the Tart-Hartley law." No progress was reported negotiators who conducted day and night talks durlnc the weekend. Meanwhile at Washington, Rep- resentative Hartley (R.-N. J.) to- day recommended an Immediate congressional study of the thrcutcn- rd strike at Ford Motor Company to majce sure the Tuft-Hartley lav, l.i observed. Jose Fardo Tomai Berreta Shown Above Are Pardo, 83, left, twice president of Peru who died today at Lima, and Thomas Berreta, 71, president of Uru- guay, who Saturday at Montevideo following an emergency operation for an Internal ailment. 4 Killed in Minnesota Plane Crashes Over Weekend East Grand Forks Liquor Spots Chosen East Grand Forks. Minn, The city council has announced selection of five liquor places to which it has decided to issue oper- ating licenses under the East Grand Forks liquor ordinance to be intro- duced Tuesday night. The places Whltcy's Cafe, Lealos Taproom, Labodu'n Bar, Ful- gren's, and Earl's Bur. The selection was made from a list of approxi- mately 40. Weather World Solo Flight Set for Today Chicago The take-off of the .solo, around the world flight of the Reynold! Bomb- shell, to be flown by William Odom, wax react for today after bclnr postponed yesterday due to a "crossed wire" in the plane's Insulation system. Milton Reynolds, backer of tbe flight, said "the fllcht la def- initely on for today. I'm mure we'll have the plane In perfect xhape for the time of the take- off." For hours mechanics work- ed on the plane before the fllfht wax temporarily postponed. The ISombshcll, a converted A-26 army bomber owned by Kcynoldx, Chicago pen manu- facturer, circled the earth last April with a crew of three, In- o.ludlnr Odom, to set a new rec- ord for a plane -with a'crew. Odom will attempt to cut in half Wiley Post's 1933 solo rec- ord of 187 hours, Reynolds said. Odom aald he hoped to make five stops In his (lobe-elrcllnf Parts, France; Kara- chi. India; Shanghai, China; Tokyo, Japan, and Fairbanks, Alaska. On the, first lejr of (he the miles to xiilcl he planned to fly as close to direct course pos- sible, deviating only to take ad- vantage of tallwlnds and avoid storms. This would take him near De- troit, Toronto, Montreal, Pres- que Isle, Me., Gander, New- foundland, and Shannon, Erie. lie said that If he took off on schedule, he expeeted to arrive at Paris tomorrow morning at 7 a. m. Paris time (2 a. m, Ity The Associated Four persons were killed in air- plane accidents in Minnesota over the weekend. Nenr Buffalo, Milton Quuby. 20, Buffalo farmer and Jerry Lemmage, 22, of Rockford, were killed when their small plane crashed in a corn field between Buffalo and Rockford. Richard T. Gutschenrltter of Virginia was killed Saturday when his light plane crashed in a field about 25 miles from Virginia. George Austin, 22, Moorhead, died Sunday of Injuries suffered when the light plane he was flying crashed Into a field near Dilworth Saturday. The son of Mrs. Gertrude Austin, the young navy veteran was on a solo training flight when the plane stalled as he was attempting a climbing turn. One wing of the plane was de- molished and the tip of the other was crumpled. It crashed In a field on the Elmer Gunderson farm. Drafted to. Death .Near-Albert F. Son Takes Stand In Plane Probe Ellott Promises Senate Investigators Complete Facts 'Washington Roose- velt took the stand today to explain to the Senate war Investigating committee why he recommcndec that the air corps give a wartime plane contract to Howard Hughes. The son of the late President was sworn in as a witness after John Meyer. Hughes' publicity man had 60 Miles of Interstate Highway To Pass Through Winona Area By The Associated Press Sixty miles of a proposed super network of interstate highways, plans for which have been com- pleted by the Public Roads admin- istration, will run through the Winona area, it has been an- anounced. Tomnh, Wis.. will follow U. S.i miles; Mlnnea- hlghway 16. running through the towns of Lrt Crescent, Hokah, Hous- polls-Albert Lcn-Dcs Molne.s; Mfn- St. Pnul- Uf OVJlli YT 4J4L111.J1, j Preston, Fountain, Wykoff and Madison; MinncapoIls-K-irgo. The route, from Sioux Falls, S. D...routes are: Spring Valley, and continuing on to Albert Lea, Among other proposed highway miles; Mllwaukec- Madlson-Tomah-St. Paul; Tomn.li- Albert Lea; Madison-Chicago; Mil- waukee-Chicago. dragged seven-year-old Sylvia' Fay Nelson of Twin Lakes, Minn., to her death Sunday after she fel; from the pony and became en- tangled in the reins. With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3 Senators Seek Visas To Russia Elliott Roosevelt smiles as he leans forward In his chair while listening to John M. Meyer testify before the Senate war investigating committee at Washington, D. C., today re- garding Meyer's wartime enter- tainment expenses. He later took the stand himself, promis- ing "the complete facts" about his connection with the letting of plane contracts to Howard Hughes. CAP Wirephoto to The Republican-Herald.) given additional testimony about for Roose- velt about'-the time "the -Roosevelt recommendation was drafted In 1943. Roosevelt's 'scheduled appearance brought out the biggest crowd of the hearings. Every seat was filled, Ne son The wa" vis ting1100 or more stood flround iNeison bnc was visiting t. of FEDERAL FORECASTS nnd warmer to- night. Tuesday partly cloudy with scattered thundershowers and be- coming cooler In afternoon. Wisconsin Fair tonight and Tuesday, warmer tonight and In north portion Tuesday. i LOCAL WKATHKK Official observations for the 24 hours ending at 12 m. Sunday: Maximum. 89; minimum, 72; noon. 82; precipitation, none. Jtwo British sergeants in Palestine. Official observations for the 241 At Liverpool 12 persons were re- hours ending at 12 m, today: 2ourt Actions iegin in English Anti-Jewish Riots London Court actions be- gun in three English' cities today against persons arrested in con- nection with anti-Jewish that followed the reprisal hangings of Maximum. OG; noon, sets tonight morrow at manded on ball on charges arising minimum, 72; from what the police prosecutor 06; precipitation, .03; sunidescrlbed as "anti-Jewish trouble night at sun rises to-iand demonstrations" during the i weekend. Many shop windows were FEDERAL FOKCASTS broken and crowds shouted antl- For Winona and vicinity: Partly Jewish slogans, he said. Trials cloudy and continued very warm sot for Thursday. A. relatives. She was dragged nearly a half mllo along a gravel highway. Wisconsin Toll Accidents claimed the lives of at least three Wisconsin residents over the weekend. Mrs. Mary Phillips, 78, Milwau kee, was Injured fatally Ipst nigh when she was struck by an auto mobile in Milwaukee. Raymond- M. Harass, 34, We Allis, was killed instantly Saturda when his car was struck by a west bound Milwaukee road Hiawatha a Wauwatosa. Lester Grotjohn, about 50, i Platteville, Wis., died in a hospiti Saturday of Injuries suffered in two-car collision on highway 1 near Holstein, Iowa, a few hour earlier. Mrs. Marian Grotjohn, 43, h_ wife, 'suffered head and leg injuries Richard Brown. 52, fennlman Wis., shoulder injuries, his wife, 4i face and head injuries; and Jo Barnes, 12, Mrs. Grotjohn's son head Injuries. Their conditions wer reported fair. the walls of the Senate caucus room and scores more stood outside wait- ing vainly to get in. Complete Facts Promised Shortly before he was called, Sen- ator Ferguson (R.-Mlch.) had de- clared the committee's investigation night and Tuesday with scattered .showers likely late tonight and Tuesday afternoon. Low tonight 78; hlRh Tuesday near 95. TKMI'KKATUKKS KI.SIvWIIEUE Meanwhile daylight disclosed further damage done to synagogues during the night in other parts of England. After a noisy crowd had been Bcmldjl [18 CD .40 01 71 Dcrivi-r 63 DCS Molni'.s 102 10 Du.'ut.b 77 JO Kansas City 102 HI Mlnncapohs-St. Paul, no 70 .01 j New York (10 (17 Phoenix 100 Seattle (io KIVKK ISULLKTIN Max. Mln. Pet. seen near a Ramsgate synagogue, It was discovered that six windows were shattered. Mood Stage 24-Hr. Siagu Today Change M 2.-1 -I. I Red Wing Lake City Rc.-id.': Dum T.VV. Dam 6. T.W....... 2.3 Dam 5A, T.W..... 3.2 Winona 5.a Dam C. Pool...... 10.0 Dum (i. T.W....... 4.0 Dakota 7.3 Dum 7. Pool....... 0.2 Dam 7. T.W....... l.H La Cronw 12 4.C Tributary Slrnim.s Chlpprwa at Diirund.. l.f. Zumbro lit Thcllrnaii.. l.H Buffalo above Trt-mpciilciiu at Dodge. 1.1 Black lit Ni-illsvlllr___ 2.5 Bluck at Giilo.svlllr 2.3 Lu Crowe at W. Salem l.C at Houston D.O civftit Newly weds Admit Murder Charge Lns Nev. young Exeter, N. H., couple, married less ithnn a week, was held today on murder charges and Sheriff Glen Jones said they had signed state- ments acknowledging the slaying of -r .1 .1 James W. McLaln, 48, of San Fernando, Calif. McLaln's body, shot three times In the back of the head, was found yesterday near Truckee, Calif. Sheriff Jones said he had three separate statements from the pair. Joseph L. Hardy, Jr., 24, and the former Lois Hunt, 21. Baptists Called on to Fight for Religious Freedom Copenhagen A manifest calling on the Baptists of the work to join the fight for religlou freedom was issued last night at th closing session of the seventh con gross of the World Baptist Alliance The manifesto demanded that the will of God be placed above nny "dictates'of state" and urged Bap lists to seek the freedom of deter: mining one's own faith, public Wor- ship and preaching, and determining the nature of one's own ecclesiasti- cal government and religious edu- cation. .2 .2 .1 Durlnc tin- next 41! hours, the river will remain practically sta- tionary throughout the. district. Will Execute More, Irgun Leader Says More British soldiers will be executed by Irgun Zoval Leliml as soon as they are captured. 11 leader of tho Jewish underground organization declared today in a news conference. He slad Sergeants Clifford Mar- Austin Gets Bids on Parking Meters Austin, 'Minn. Receiving bids from three firms on parking meters the city council decided to investi- gate further before reaching a con- clusion on which type of machine it will buy. However, the council Indicated that it will definitely purchase one of the three firm's products at a special .meeting that will be held August IB. The1 bidders included two firms that sell the automatic machines, and one that handles the manually operated type. It was decided to contact cities now using each type of the ma- chines to find out what their ex- perience has been. One of the important questions will be how the various types operate in.cities with a cold climate. The city plans to purchase about tin and Mervyn Paice. found] 190 meters. The bid of the Park- hanged In Palestine last Thursday, wort "known to be guilty of antl- In civilian dress." He would not enumerate others who were on the death list of Ir- gun. O-Meter company was per meter; that of the Kar-Park, for a two-hour machine and for the one-hour type; while the cost of the manually operated Miller machine was ciarea ine committee s investigation t Russlan vlsas they wlu try to of wartime spending on entertain- infnrmfttion about the Undeterred by Moscow's flat "No" to a trio of House members, three Republican i senators sought todny to get their; own peek inside Russia. Senator Ferguson (Mich.) saidj nc and Senators Bridges (N. and Knowland (Calif.) have asked the State department to try to get visas for them to visit the Soviet union and the countries within the, Russian orbit during an October trip I abroad Ferguson said the trio, members o ;ho appropriations committee wan o get a first hand look at what th Soviet union is doing before the are called upon to vote for funds t arry out the Marshall plan To European recovery. Radio Program He added that the three also wan to get information on the operat ions of the State department's cul tural information program, includ Ing the "Voice of America" short wave broadcasts beamed at Russia and other countries. Pending Moscow's response to their request, Ferguson had nothing to say about the turn down en- countered by Representatives Kers ten Owens (R.-I1I.) and Kennedy (D.-Moss.) ten days ago Members of a House education and labor subcommittee designated to study conditions in the Soviet union, that group got passports from the State department but no visas from the Kremlin. Rooms. Short...... Tiie reason, Yuri M. Bruslov, chief of 'the consular division of the Soviet embassy here, told Kersten was that "trips of foreign tourists are not yet possible" because ol 'lack of hotel accommodations and some other shortages caused by the The House out at- what Kersten called "diplomatic canceled their ;rip. But Ferguson said that if he and his senatorial colleagues can't ment will extend to many firms. He called such spending by Hughes' company a "glaring example." Roosevelt promised investigating senators today "the complete facts" about his connection with the let- ting of wartime airplane contracts to Howard Hughes. As Roosevelt waited to testify, Brewster cited a report of C. N. Bailey, general accounting office ex- pert who made the survey of en- tertainment expenses. Bailey said his examination, lim- ited to contracts where the records are open to the government, "dis- closed nothing of the scope and lavishness" of the entertain- ment expenses of Meyer over a five- year period ending January 1, 1847. Protests Meyer protested that all companies were allowed, under the law, to iharge "general entertainment" to their costs, adding that "that's up to the income tax division of the! B. G. De Vries [nternal Revenue bureau" as toiof Minneapolis was named a regent the "union in adjacent countries. Wisconsin K. of C. Deputies Named Beaver Dam, Wis. State Deputy Joseph E. Helfert of the Wisconsin state council or the Knights of Cblumbus, announced the following appointments, among others today: District deputies: J. Lulls, Independ- Crosse, Prairie du Chien, Move Held Victory For U. N. Dutch Make Landing 12 Hours Before Fighting Deadline B.iLivi.i, Indone- sian republic Joined the Dutch to- night, in announcing a order to troops, stopping hostilities in Indonesia nnd giving the United Nations its first big victory for licacc. A republican reply to the U.N. security council's demand for a halt Woodrk En, Winston Churchill said todny that much announcement was the American loan hnd boon from Jogjakarta shortly tercd away" by the Inbor govern-'after 8 p. m. a. m. mcnt. He nonetheless pledged him-'Tin; Dutch had .announced Sunday self to back efforts to obtain cease-fire effective this midnight, ments" in conditions surrounding Dutch advances had halted even the swiftly disappearing before the deadline. and to obtain new credits Jogjakarta, announced plans for from Washington. iv midnight broadcast by President "If, now, sharp changes and cur-jSoekarno in his capacity as com- tailmcnts arc to be made in the inlander in chief of troops. U. S. Loan Wasted, Says Churchill loan expenditure on noncsscntials, it will be everyone's duty to ac- cept Churchill .said. In statements yesterday the Indo- nesians suld they were "willing" ta ieoa.se hostilities, but that a Churchill, in a party speech, saldjcould be carried out effectively only Police today planned to quest- tion further Bertha Anderson, 72, of Minneapolis, whose three grown children, all previously adjudged Incompetent, were found tied or confined in their home. She Is not held. The three children, two brothers and a sister, all in various stages of malnutrition, were In the psy- chiatry ward of Minneapolis General hospital today as au- thorities delved into a legal snarl involving their guardian- ship. (A.P. Wlrcphoto to The Republican-Herald.) Tobey Calls for Publication of B. 0. Findings Washing-ton ong controversy earlier" this year over on RFC-B. fc O oan arrangement flared anew to- day with a call from Senator Tobcj 'R.-N.H.) for publication of a 'suppressed" congressional commlt- eo report. Tobcy, chairman of a Senate tanking subcommittee which con- lucted hearings Into the railroad's Inancing last spring, contended hat "unusual" and "unethical" ef- orts by B. O. and RFC officials lelped keep the document secret. RFC Chairman John D, Goodloc eplied that he hnd asked members lot to sign the report until they lad studied it carefully because It overcd ground already passed on y a federal court. The hearings by Tobcy's group evolved around an agreement by he RFC to extend Its B. ,O. oan from 1944 to 1965. Testimony >rought charges and denials that the RFC engineered a "fraudulent bankruptcy" of the B. O. some of the loan conditions "alarm- ed" him, particularly the clause ob- ligating Great Britain to make current sterling transactions by if the Dutch withdrew to demarca- tion linos established last October. There was no indication of Dutch, agrciimcnt to this. British customers freely convertible Landing Made Into dollars. At noon the Dutch announced "However I relied, and rely now, Ending of troops on the Island of on the wisdom of the fair-minded American people to make tile neces- sary easements, without which a. policy for which they have made leavy sacrifices will certainly fail in its the wartime prime minister said. Motorcycle Racer Killed in Illinois Rockford; 111. James Jones, 2G, Hammond. Ind., wn killed In a novice motorcycle rac it Pecatonica, near here, yesterday David Klontz, Winncbago countj coroner, said Jones' motorcycle skidded on a turn during the eighth ap of the dirt track race, throw- ng him to the track and that he was. struck-. by the. .wheel, of Louis Brojanac, '26, 'Wlsr Klontz said Brojanac told him lint because of thick dust did not see Jones spill. The coronci said that apparently some 3.000 pcctatore did not see the accident jccause of dust. 'rewar Plans of Tojo Aired As Trial Resumes Tokyo The International rlbunal was told today that after Hidekl Tojo became premier Octo- er 16, 1941, Japanese mobilization xperts were ordered to investigate 11 problems concerning possible war with the United States, Great Britain, and the Netherlands. The testimony came from Kiku- aburo Okada, former war ministry fflclal, first witness called by the cfcnsc after resumption of the rial of Tojo and 24 other Japanese artime leaders ecess. after a six-week Arcadia Vincent and T and Darlington. whether the charges should be al- lowed as reduction from income. The committee digging into Meyer's expenses disclosed that among them were included costs of a visit to the late President and Mrs. Roosevelt at Hyde Park, N. Y., ,bout election time in 1944. Elliott Roosevelt was not there. the Indeoendence- The inquiry was recessed early in with tentative plans for a rc- nK later. Meantime, a ten- r L E Fltz-'tntlvc report was drafted. ports that the subcommittee had met in his absence shortly before Congress recessed lost month and decided against releasing the find- Ings. There was no immediate comment from the B. O. or from other sub- Of Whom Minneapolis Dentist National Unit's Regent College of Dentists, profession, gathered here in connec- tion with the 88th annual session of; the American Dental association. have left Washington. Youngdahl Fills Youth Commission r, ct. St. Paul Judge E. J. Reu- AntlOemetlC OlgnS jgemer, St. Cloud, and George H. I Leahy of Maple Lake today were appointed by Governor Youngdahl Liverpool, Ene. Tension ins members of the newly-created mounted In Liverpool Saturday as ed-painted anti-Semitic signs ap- peared near the docks and Jewish ihopkeepers' windows in several sec- Ions of the city were smashed. Win dows of a synagogue also were broken. The Incidents apparently reflected 'esentment over the hanging of wo British army sergeants by in fewlsh underground members 'alcstinc. ,ue Sought in Slaying of Girl, 5 Norrlstown, Pa. Invcsti- ators searched anew today for a lue to the three-months old sex laying of 5-year-old Carol Ann 'hompson alter a 33-year-old teeleworker told them he falsely onfessed the crime. Detective Albert Murphy of county said John! Henry Fay, of McKecsport, "ad- mitted that he had nothing to do 1th the Thompson case" after fall- ng yesterday to lead officers to the pot where the child was murdered ist May 10. youth conservation commission. Andes Searched for Plane with 11 Aboard Santiago. Chile Air and ground search parties continued to comb the Andes mountains today for a four-engined British South American airways plane with 11 aboard, missing since Saturday en route from Buenos Aires to Santi- ago. Visconsin C.I.O. Publicity to Win Farmers Milwaukee An extensive six-month publicity campaign to "sell" organized Inbor to farmers and other "skeptical groups" is be- ing planned by C.I.O., executive Sorenson said today. Madocra, off the east coast of Java. Today's Dutch army announced that Dutch, troops had occupied the south central towns of Kroja, and Soempioeh, sit- uated respectively about ten aad nine miles east of Banjoemas. They also announced the consolidation of other previously occupied areas. In northern Sumatra the Dutdl said their troops had pressed for- ward to (i point SO miles east of Pcmatang Siantar and were Just outside Tandjon Baloi. Details of the operations on was to have been In- cluded In the Indonesian republla under the Chcrlbon were not- disclosed by the mrmy spokesman, who said merely that at the request of, the population. Exceeding Authority? Orders for Dutch troops to ceaM military operations effective mid- night tonight were Issued last night by Dutch Acting-Governor General Hubenus J. van Moot despite an expressed belief that the TJ.N. curity council was exceeding authorities In Intervening. Broadcasts from the republican capital of Jogjakarta last night said ,he republican government agreed 'with the (security council) deci- sion that hostilities should cease and was prepared to concert all its ef- 'orts to the execution of the ces- sation of hostilities." (A dispatch from Associated Press Correspondent Harris Jackson In Togjakartn said republican there took special note of the fact hat tlie U.N. message was address- ed personally to Sjarifoeddin aa prime minister of the government if the republic of -which, hey construed as implying recog- iltion of the republican govern- nent.) Today's Dutch army communique ilaccd Dutch casualties since tart of military operations In In- loncsia July 20 lit 60 killed, 131 voundcd and 17 missing. the Wisconsin, secretary John Sparrow Smokes in Bed, Stumps Firemen Cumdcn, N. J. moans Fire Chief Edward Ellen- sparrows smoking in bed. Chief Ellender nnd his fellow firefighters spent the bcter part of an hour looking Tor the source of smoke pouring through the home of Mrs. Mnric BauRhnr yesterday. They finally trnced it to a nest under the roof whore Ellcnder sold a sparrow appar- ently had carried a lighted ci- garette. Milwaukee Man Heads yrian Lebannon Clubs Cleveland George Barrock, Illwaukeo attorney, yesterday was ected president of the Federation Syrian Lebannon Clubs of Amer- Two Young Paratroopers, whose chutes fouled as they cleared the transport plane In the final wave of the mock invasion of Bedford airport, Bedford, Mass., escaping with nothing worse than a shaking up. In the second day of an aerial display honoring the nation's air force on its 40th birthday. (Left) En- tangled parachutes of Private First Class Wilbur Burnette of Jacksonville, and Private First Class Raymond Brewer of Mllledgeville, Ga., shown shortly after they left plane. The third parachute in the group is that of a paratrooper who barely jumped clear. (Center) Still entangled, near ground, with Burnette's emergency chute, which failed to open, tumbling over his head. (Right) Burncttc is assisted by other troopers after he hit the dirt. (A.P. Wirephoto.) J.N. Elated Over Cease Fire Order By Larry Hauck Lake KationJ officials were elated today over speedy Dutch acceptance of a U.N. cease-fire order in Indonesia, but cautioned that the end of the shoot- ing still would leave difficult to be settled. The Dutch directive to cease wns elective at 12 noon (CJ3.T.> lodny, just two hours before start of a council meeting. The development immediately questions cO7icerning U.N. 5U- of troop withdrawals, me- diation nnd other problems. Coun- cil Chairman Fnris El Khoury said they would be tnken up in detail soon ns possible. The exact apparently hinged on receipt of of- ficial communications from Dutch nnd Indonesian government! and the crowded council calendar. Dispatches from Jogjakarta said the Indonesian government wanted the council itself to "continuously supervise execution" or its cease- fire directive and had demanded the withdrawal of Dutch troops to positions held when hostilities out July 20. Wants Several Mediators The Jogjakarta, advices likewise siiid that the Indonesians wished, the security council to name "sev- eral countries" to act as in the dispute, implying that United States alone which last week offered Its "good offices" as a mediator would not be satisfac- tory. Tho ofllce of Abdu Rahman Az- zam Pasha, secreiary-tjeneral of Arnb Icnguc, issued a statement say- ing that the council's decision 1.1 "the first real victory of the United Nations nnd will enhance its pres- tige in the whole East." Tho council's other in the scheduled for discussion at meeting. Debate will begin tomorrow morn- ing on Egypt's complaint against 'Britain,   

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