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   Lawrence Daily Journal World (Newspaper) - May 4, 1960, Lawrence, Kansas                                LAWRENCE DAILY JOURNALWORLD 107 WEDNESDAY AAAY 1960 7 CENTS TWENTYFOUR PAGES Dual Nixon Triumph Is Seen in Returns From Indiana Today Tony Get Million in Gifts LONDOK AP More than a BlUon dollars worth of fabulous wedding presents for Princess Margaret piled up today at Jamess By the time she marries Antony ArmstrongJones the val ue of gifts may be close to two million n court source Some of the gifts era so rare end he that Its impossible to put e price on the ilniiinl i t Qowncown He referred to such presents as e 17th century pearl necklace from India that has been sent by Portu gals Count of Nova It once belonged to the family ef Dom Joao de a viceroy ef Indie la By early more than 900 presents had arrived et the ancient palace which stands next door to Clarence Princess Margarets London The gifts are being kept at the palace because Clarence House wouldnt hold them Also theyre safer at the Scotland Yard took no for smashandgrab they cell them made several downtown raids la London In addition to e special guard Inside the extra men were en duly In the Uniformed tradition ally petrol the sidewalks around wMch to smack In the betrothed couple went through e final rehearsal to day of the wedding at Westmin ster They went through their first rehearsal last Thurs Monday they had standins at a fullscale The morning rehearsal lasted two Time end again Mar garet and Tony went through cer tain parts of the The royal honeymoon yacht Bri imna steamed majestically up the Thames through early morn rag fog end anchored to the shad of the Tower of The Britannia will take the couple on fiveweek cruise to the West Into the royal suitcases went three new swimsults for the prin all onepiece one of them with detach able Some of the honeymoon luggage already is aboard the British society and visitors here lor the wedding readied magnifi cent gowns for the glittering ball Queen Elizabeth II will give to night et Buckingham Palace for her younger sister and the expho tographer she will marry In West minster The ball will launch e threeday whirl of parties end official func tions marking the royal wedding of the KU Choir Faces Challenge In Assignment on Tuesday taotTOftB NOTBI PBUI noted nraste critic for the Wash ington Is on the KU campus this week M a guest or the sec ond aiUMMl Symposium on Contem porary American He at tended the sprlnr concert of the KU Concert Choir Tuesday wrote this review for tne Kansas Universitys Conceit Choir took on e tough assign ment for Its annual spring eon cert Tuesday night when it pre a program of ary works in the University Eight out of the U works on the program were given their pre miere and were not many moments to the evening when the tod with particular subtlety and expres siveness by Clayton could telex and coast through SB easy Composers today PAUL HUME are finding both challenges end lewards to writing for the many expert choral groups that are found on many American college There are as many idioms to style in choral music as there are But this state of natural enough to the realm of instrumental creates some problems in choral since some styles current ly in vogue cause singers unusual These are most often found in passages that lack focal points from which the singers can find their or to wide melodic leaps that pose no problem for m or wind player but which can work minor havoc for the Tuesday night the chorus moved with surprising security through a modest variety of with few seemed re markably comfortable in some of the most trying To the ear of the average it often happens that those composi tions in which the singers are most at ease are the same ones that bring the audience a sense Raney Hillcrest of beauty to choral a fine fading for the possibilities to be achieved to unusual spacing of the sad the unique Others Also Enjoy Wins In Balloting By the Asseelsted Press Mounting returns from Indiana today gave Vice President Richard Nixon a twoway boost in his drive for the a clearcut popularity vic tory over John Ken nedy and a bigger vote than President Eisenhower rolled up in the 1956 pri Nixons triumph was the most decisive scored in Tuesdays party Ike Total Surpassed With of the Indiana precincts Nixon had 188 in the Republican count and Kennedy on the Democrat ic That pushed Nixon past the Eisenhower got four years was well ahead of the Estes Kefauver of Tennessee got in Indianas 1958 Democratic and Kennedy backers took comfort from as votes seeped in from Tuesdays other presi dential candidates counted vic Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota won Ms first Demo cratic primary in the lightvoting District of As expected to DaBnEMtkV Ifattaaall Nixon apparently took aH the Republican delegates to that setting of e things pass that can come from massid vocal There were e number of tunas during the evening when these combined with a feeling of freshness ef approach to fa miliar produced works of genuine One of the most as well as one of the beet of these was John Posdros All pleasant Flexible and a gift for the ap propriate harmony to reflect the poems made the work stand out among many that sought the seme Klrke Mediants Five Short to poems of Sara Teas moved from an equally suc to one that was Sound choral tech a difficult thing to and often last night we hoard music that had technique cessful rather to not but little more Spanish A set of four set by Fedor et Vsssar the secret of effec KabaHn were largely in this cate though they had moments thet touched more genuine feel Robert now resident has much of active setting of varied in lines that ranged from Dylan Thomas through a 13th century poem to the Bay State Psalm it came es quite a shock toward the close of e day of contem porary to hear Middleton open and close the Bay State verses with a tonic triad Todays composers must not be so scorn ful of this great little For all the fine sound Peter Sse KU Pnge 2 In two nonpresidential prime the results focused on issues as well as States Rights candidates led Loyalist candidates in Alabamas primary for Democratic presi dential In a States Rights man and a recta moderate won the right to enter die Democratic runoff for gover In Nixon piled up e huge Republican popular vote outpolling Kennedys Democratic vote by e good The state to traditionally Re but Kennedy had cam paigned hard and had predicted he would outpoll Kennedys Lar Dal of Chicago and John Latham o polled almost one quarter es many votes as the sen Daly campaigned in an Uncle Sam seft of en America platform and Latham called for the end of political Claimed Republican National Chairman Thrustan Morton called Nixons vote e tremendous upset vic Kennedy how said their man had shown he could win the state in the November In the District of Humphrey had a decisive edge over Wayne Morse of Oregon in the Democratic presidential preference With 100 of 142 Democratic ballot boxes Humphrey had votes and Morse had But e Democrat unlisted on the AdhU also showed he had support in the na tions Bulletin WASHINGTON al grand Jury at charged today OM flight ef aa American private abas to Cube last March 21 was arranged by CatttfO Dsputy nMMtfimt INflt MUQ It WIBen J Anwrican eae ef the pUete ead BBBtadve ef the Cuban Air Force to with having acted as agents la tais couBtrv el tas nest Castro geverBmaat the For Registration Act A SeeSBfl nSSMtmOBt rOtUrBOfl ay tae same gfsad Jury charged Protest on Civil Rights This group of about 65 Negro students at Kansas University marched along the campus during the noon hour today in a silent protest against e Big Eght student body presidents resolution which op posed sitdown strikes by Southern Negro Leading the which progressed without was Wayne KU sophomore basketball star seen here dark coat with a poster endorsing nonviolent Hightower said the spontaneous but silent demonstration was endorsed by every Negro enrolled et JournalWorld Southern Sitdowns Backed KUs Negroes Protest A crowd of about 85 Kansas University Negro students joined in a orderly march along Jayhawk Boulevard about today to protest a Big Eight student body presidents resolu tion against antisegregation sit down strikes by Negroes in the The all marched without a word to the west end of the campus near the CM Omega then laid aside their signs end posters and hewed in A few minutes Inter they dispersed quietly among other KU students on their way to afternoon There were no incidents by either demonstrators or The orderly demonstration was spurred by a resolution passed by six of the student body presi dents in the Big Eight Confer including KUs student body president Ron Jop The resolution stated In contrast to other organiza tions who have purported to rep resent the students of our univer the Big Eight Student Body Presidents Conference recognizes the value of civil rights and equal does not condone the present sitdown strikes used to attain this It is our feeling that these sitdown strikes violate the true principle of civil The resolution brought Immedi ate protests from members of the KU student body who said it did not express the opinions of the KU Dalby said the Conference be lieved the integration issue was not predominant in the Big but there was some feeling in Midwest schools concerning the action taken by other The resolution was a negation of the National Student active support of the sitdown The national organization has financed student participation to the Southern Wayne KU sopho more basketball star who headed the march and spokesman for the said the march was in no way meant as n pro test of the its admin istration or of This is just to let Dalby and the Conference student president know that we did not have n vote in this Hightower Truck Driver Beaten Chicago Has Racial Slaying By the Press Chicago police today sought a gang of Negro youths after a white Soutbara truck driver was stoned and beaten to James of said his of stopped his truck after a rock was burled through a window and the Negroes at tacked John Jewell died to a hospital In five Negro teenagers wen held after a 90minute shoot ing spree to which two white men were fired wounded A end two bullet others was fired through the sleeve of a po liceman in the shooting in a ra cially mixed neighborhood on De troits east side Monday night Wo just wanted to po lice quoted one of the Negroes as la the Martin Luther King Negro leader in the current Southwide series of sitdown said the next campaign against segregation may be in the whole area of voter He declined to give All three restaurants in San An tonios biggest department store were closed after a white man slapped a Negro demonstrating against The white Eugene owner of another and the the Earl Graham were arrested for disturbing the peace aad released on Officials of Joskes department scene of Negro demonstra tions the past two said the three restaurants would stay closed the base ment had been inte grated but Negroes bed boycotted it and sought service in the other Another big department the Diamond in bowed to Negro demands after two years of boycotts and sit down Cooperating with the mayors commission on human the Diamond to making its eating facilities available to all custom a statement from the states largest store Other Charle ston stores with eating facilities had previously opened service to Ihe New Orleans Parish School Board released the results of a poll showing that 83 per cent ol the white parents who replied would rather close schools than integrate them and 94 per cent of Negro parents want them to stay More than white persons answered the poll anc more than If Southern kids see in the papers that the Big Eight student body voted against the sitdown no doubt the question will arise as to how the Negroes feel about We want them the Southern Negro students to know that were behind them 100 per Every Negro about 300 on campus has agreed to have this Hightower stressed again that such marches are touchy things and we dont wantMs samning to be Rotations at Kfl and in Lawrence are fine and are He said it was a sympathy march for Southern Negro stu dents who are participating in the passive resistance of ten at the expense of being Signs being carried by the KU students The Right to Pro test NonViotentiy is the True Principle of Civil All Big t Students Do Not Rap Sit Moral Means to Moral We Condone and Dalby Represents This to a silent dem and has no reflection against Kansas Law rence or Moses another of the student leaders We dont want the Negroes of the South to thin1 we have turned our backs on We believe to just as long as they are If the Negro to the south was throwing or carrying then it would be a different Then we would not be for and we wouldnt support In then of a alt to ao need the tew makes K But to the its a different and wo just want to make it clear that we1 do not favor the recent action taken by the Big Eight Conference Both Hightower and Gunn point ed out that todays march was strictly a voluntary move by the students and was not organized by any The protested resolution was signed at KU Saturday by the student body presidents of Oklahoma Mto and Iowa Oklahoma Kansas State Nebraska and universities were not represented at the Sentenced to Life In Slaying of Maud Smith American tevetv ed to the with hsvtog parted from the United States for Cuba without filing the paired flight Storm Predicted Here With Rains Due to Continue A severe thunderstorm forecast was issued today for parts of Eastern Including the Lawrence as well as parts of northwest Missouri and south east The Weather Bureau said thun derstorms may be severe In East ern Kansas this afternoon and early evening as they move slow ly Large hail and strong gusty surface winds are indicated in connection with the thunderstorm activity from 3 to 9 to day in an area along and 80 miles either side of a line from Hutchin to 40 miles northeast of the weather report said early this No direct mention was made of tornado possibilities although such activity can be allied with forecast Showers in the Lawrence area are due to off and tonight and with some downpours extremely The lows tonight should be to the mid iam tVWQKjm Blplaw General doudtaess to to prasneet until m aWtowa Uwreaoe htoh temperature on sunny Tuesdaj was 79 the low M The overnight low was 58 degrees at 8 this The high a year ago today was 84 the low The record Ugh for May 4 wss 91 degrees to the low 34 to Intermittent rain began to fall hen mis morning and up to w about of an Inch had Elsewhere about the state to rains of nearly cloudburst proportions produced flash flood ing to an area of South Central Kansas and threatened an flow on the Little Arkansas The downpours ranged up to Inches at McPherson had Peabody Halsteed Inman and Newton Five KU Alumni To Be Honored With Citations Service Awards Are To Be Prettnttd At 60 Commenctmtnt Five Kansas University alumni will be cited for dis tinguished service to man kind during KUi I960 Commencement at 7 June 6 in Memor ial Announcement of the five to be honored came today from tht of fice of Chancellor Franklin Murphy and from Arthur Cromb of Kansas pres ident of the KU Alumni Asaoda Edward Junior Doolan waa sen tenced Tuesday afternoon to Dis trict Court to Ufa to prison for the hammerslaying of Miss Maud Smith 38 to the latters 420 St After Judge Frank Gray pro nounced Doolan said he was very He prob ably will be taken to the state Docking Acting As ChildBoyd TOPEKA AP Republican gubernatorial candidate McDill Huck Boyd said today George Docking is a small boy who has lost his stick of Boyd was referring to Dock togs cancellation of severa scheduled appearances at Kansas State University after KState stu dents in e mock political conven tion passed a resolution condemn ing persons responsible for the resignation of Chancellor Frank lin It to interesting to Boyd that Dockings name wasnt even mentioned in the res but he is accepting the blame for the chancellors resig shoe fits and Dockings wearing If there to resentment by the students it to because of his con sistent enmity toward education at every Docking tried to block support for elementary schools in the He has turned his back on higher He has attacked teachers in unrelenting Now he even refuses to talk to high school Farm ers of hes mad at the college One of the engagements which Docking cancelled was a sched uled speech to an FFA conven tion last Monday prison in Lansing Sher iff Dale ChappeU Doolan told the JournalWorld today he had expected the death When the judge said he was sending me to prison for the rest of my natural I felt he On Doolan had entered a plea of guilty to the first degree He entered the and he says whiskey has been his Since he considers his life as he showed no remorse today for the hammerslaying oi Smith a he that followed a violent argument at the From the time he got drunk and stole a car while in the Navy until Doolan has spent more time in prison than on the who said he reads and believes the also said he has not really thought of the ing while waiting in jail for his I have not lost any and I have been able to he In it just hasnt bothered Early in World War Doolan moved to where he met and married a local That marriage soon ended in di There were no both liked to he Sse Page 2 Nixon Opens Door For Rockys Move NEW YORK Presi dent Richard Nixon said today that New York Nelson A Rockefeller has tremendous sup port throughout the country for national office among the Repub But Nixon declined to give a flat answer whether the gover nor should be the GOP vice presi dential nominee this Asked if Rockefeller should be the Republican candidate for vice Nixon said That question should be put to Nixon came here to open the an nual World Trade Fair at the Nixon said that he thought it was premature to lay stress on the vice presidential nominee of either ticket until the presidential candidates are Pressed for a flat answer on the vice presidential question and Nixon said 1 must decline to STOCK MARKET INDEX NEW YORK aver age 80 stocks up A service of quiet Rumsey Funeral Receiving citations from the University and its Alumni Asso ciation will be Theodore Bur nett of the class of Los president of the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company Carl Dunbar ef the class of New emeritus professor of pale ontology and director of the Pea tody Museum at Yale University Frank Gihnore of the class ef Mexico pio neer developer of the electric power industry to Mexico Rich ard Harkness of the class ef radio sad television news analyst and Norman class of curator of histori cal geology and fossil Inverte American Museum of ural New York The citations were voted by B secret committee on the basis ef the individuals contribution to the welfare of KU dees act confer honorary degrees sad the citations to alumni carry a simi lar All have indicated Hwy WTO be for Commencement ex cept who on a Md expedition a native a majored to oetMsatoi 4 sm XtX H MavBOeaaHawB wHHsjvB vestment department ef the Pa cific Mutual Insurance He became manager of the gage loan vice presi dent to charge of mortgages and real financial vice dent to executive vice prest dent to 1955 end to Among his public service cenasc tions have been chairmanship of the Investment committee ef the Lea Angeles Childrens councilman of Sea Ms home community prealdBBt ef the California Taxpayers ft sends trustee of the KU Endow ment and trustee ef the Claremont Mens Burnett to the former Mary See FIVE Page I THE WEATHER THUNDERSTORMi NORTHEAST KANSAS1 off and ea Thursday with heavy Lews teaaj Highs Thursday to Thunderstorms to parts ef See Gene Doane for all your in surance The Facts on Cancer The JouraalWerld today has an Illustrated article on Page 3 showing how women can conduct e selfexamination for early signs of breast Thlsr feature to presented with me cooperation at a highly regarded senior member of the medical profession who has had years ef study and observation la cancer The JouraalWerld realises publication of this material may offend some readers because ef the lUustrattoes and frank but It Is boueved publication Is fully justi fied if It will result In sevtag and preventing Cancer Prevention is n yesrereued and southeast Nebraska Large strsag TEMPBNATUNB KBADINOjS 4 77 4 8 7S 68 10 idnight 66 Mi 8 10 j p ID Yecterday hich 79 low Year ago today hich 84 low Record this date t In low 34 In Humidity 47 per cent at I 95 per cent at 8 FIVE DAY FORECAST KANSAS Temperatures wW average a little normal west to near aormsl Thursday through Monday nor mal Ugh In the upper 89s low 79s southeast tow In the low 49s few southeast normal tow to the WB IGW VW east predpitatioa win average Jt to one inch west and about eae inch east occurring as muadsr showers Thursday or Friday and again THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By the Associated Press Htoh Lew rain 74 58 T cloudy 58 44 cloudy 73 83 cloudy 38 35 Al cloudy 89 41 Los cloudy 65 54 cloudy 84 74 cloudy 84 SI New cloudy 79 88 New clear 88 59 Oklahoma rain 71 81 JO cloudy 75 U cloudy 83 a cloudy SI 41 cloudy 88 48 Lawrence Laundry Dry Cleaners open Thursdays til   

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