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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 25, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY tofh tip hi world importunately makes some people look down m 9 All Indiana Cotmty Semi Every MemW of the Family Volume 239 A BUTES r p k ii 4 EDITION Two Sections To Attend Of Dulles By J M HIGHTOWER GENEVA East West talks on Germany will be suspended Wednesday and Thursday while the Western foreign ministersfly to Wash ington for the funeral of John Foster Dulles Secretary of State Chris tian A Itterter will take with him Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd and French Foreign Minis ter Maurice Couve de Murville They leave Geneva Tuesday night after iK brief session of the Big Fouridonference They will return Friday in time for a Big Four meeting that afternoon Western diplomats speculated that Soviet Forejgn Minister An drei Gromyko also might go to the funeral but there was no word from Soviet headquarters to con firm or deny this Assistant Secretary of State Andrew H Berding said he thought it possible Gromyko might fly to Washington Gromyko agreed in a telephone conversation with Herter the twoday suspension of the confer ence He said he fully understood Herters wish to attemj theJfunei al and expressed condolences ort the death the former secretary of sttfte The recess comes during a criti cal week for the conference The Western ministers appar ently with spme en couragement from Gromyko are planning to engineer a shift from the formal debate over the mutually rejected Soviet and SOMEONE FROM King Baudouin of Belgium chatted yesterday with Mother General Josefa de Francoise of the Sisters of Notre Dame of Namur in garden of the 188year old Carfnel Mission after attending mass at Mt Carmel Calif Mission MotherGeneral a Belgian is visiting in the U S The church isi mission of the old Franciscan chain founded by Father Juniperp Serra in California V AP Wuephotp Five Young Persons Drown In Michigan MOUNT CLEMENS Mich young people Western plans for Germany to drowned today when their boat overturned off Active nepnnanonc nn nh cuT MVOU UVwltUHiCLl Ull nhlo on more Island in Lake St Clair Three girls were res RDIC ji CllpH Herter Couye de Murville and i n v Lloyds deputy Sir Anthony RumL V1 Macomb County shemffs office boys and Knw a two girls Tvere lost bold arranged a morning meeting today tp consider concrete ways of carrying on secret talks with Grpmykq on arrangements for a summit meeting and other related problems US Advises Stop Threats WASHINGTON AP The United States advised Soviet Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev today to ston threatening onesided Soviet action in Germany if he wants current EastWest talks to suc ceed The State Department gavethe advice in flatly rejecting the Soviet Unions newest protest against the United States arming of some Atlantic Pact countries with nuclear weapons A department spokesman told a news conference Russia is Adding to international tension by delib erately misinterpreting the defen sive character of weapons the Atlantic Pact countries are build ing up Press Officer Lincoln White told a news conference the Soviet ac cusations repeated in previous notes areso old and discredited the United Spates will not even reply to them officially We see no need for carrying on this White said The advice to Khrushchev came in these comments in a state ment U would he helpful if the So viet government would cease its threats of unilateral action with regard to the problems under dis threats which have been repeated within the past few days by high Soviet Home grown strawberries 3 qts Lous Fruit Market Rescued were Marilyn Cily 17 of Detroit Mary Lou Gonyea 17 of Detroit and Nancy Benedette 20 of Harper Woods They were reported in good condition at St Joseph Hospital in Mount Clemens The Coast Guard said it got a call at 4 a m from the Gonyea girls mother that her daughter was missing after Cemetery Lights Johns Jewelry and Gift Shop 716 St 240x Memorial Pay Flowers teams Greenhouse E S H green stamps oil all purchases Easy terms Rogers Jewelry tfe going on a picnic Mrs Gonyea said she knew the young people were in the Straw berry Island area but she didnot know how they planned to get there A search boat came upon the capsized craft at with the three girls clinging to it See 4 Col I x Pol ice Check Gazette Theft Indiana Borough Police ttfday are investigating the theft of about from the business offices of the Indiana Evening Gazette Police said the money was taken from the newspapers circulation department Curing weekly collect ions from newsbqys on Saturday Heading the investigation are Police Chief Harry Owens and Charles McAdoo Members Leech Bible Class meet at RobinsonLytle Funeral Home tonight oclock toi attend service for Joseph Martin 239x Home grown strawberries 3 qts Acts On Impulse To Kick Lion DUDLEY England AP Ed ward France climbed into a cage with three zoo lions yesterday anc kicked one of the beasts on the nose France a 17yeaMld apprentice said he acted on a sudden impulse Fortunately the lions had just been fed Keepers said otherwise he probably would have killed I thought Tm a pretty skinny meal and I dont believe theyll bother France told a re porter afterward But one of them looked up and began to smack his chops He looked at me very closely and I thought skinny or not Id better get out of France climbed back over the safety fence Plan to attend Car Drawing at Fair View Friday evening May 29th P M 242x Lous Fruit Market 239xL nite Homer City Rifle Club party to Mon tfx Gozeffe RETAINS CLASS B TITLE United Joint retains its State Class B track title Read about1 this and other sports on pages 14 and 15 POINT OF William L Ingersoll writes concerning former Secretary of State John Foster Dulles See Point of View on page 6 Other Feafares U WW 6 Swclety WorM Jj Partly cloudy and mild tonight Tuesday increasing cloudiness and warm with scattered tbundershowers likely in the afternoon or at night High to 85 Kennedy Campaign Pace Cut By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP i A vacation from campaigning will be Sen John F Ken nedys answer to signs he may be running in front too early in the 1960 Democratic presi dential sweepstakes The Massachusetts senator las spoken at party rallies iri nearly every section of the country But he plans a ihreemonths layoffafter he fills previous commitments which will keep him busy ti early July Kennedy is beginning to be marked among the other likely contestants as the potential candi date they need to shoot down to clear the way for their own Though his associates are pleased with the results of various polls that show Kennedy among the leaders some of them ob viously believe the pace he is set ng now may be too hot to hold or the more than a year before he convention meets Beyond that Kennedy apparent See Col 2 Mediator Calls Meet Of Papers PITTSBURGH federal mediator today summoned both sides to a negotiating session in an effort to end a strike of truck rivers against the citys three daily newspapers George Woomer said the session would be held at 2 The strike by Local 211 of the Newspaper Magazine Film De livery Drivers Helpers and Hand affiliate of the Teamsters Saturday afternoon blocking delivery of Sunday edi tions of the SunTelegraph and the Press afternoon and Sunday dailies Last night the PostGazette a morning newspaper rolled off a few copies of its first edition but they were distributed only to em ployes within the building and none was placed on sale Members of the editorial and mechanical departments of the PostGazette reported for work as usual yesterday and the manage ments of both the Press and Sun Telegraph instructed their em ployes to report for work today There was no jndication when negotiations between the publish ers and the striking union might resume The unions old contract expired April 1 Local president Theodore Cozza and the publishers reached agreement two weeks ago on a new contract that provided a 10 centanhour package increase But members of the union reject ed the proposal and negotiations continued The basic wage rate of the drivers under the old pact was i an hour f WASHINGTON AP Brave in living brave in dy ing Champion of freedom Foe of tyranny Truly Those are President Eisen howers words of tribute to John Foster Dulles And further best express ing the Presidents personal sorrow he spoke of his heart elt loss of a dear and close Eisenhowers eulogy came Sunday as cancer took the ife of his former secretary of state Today the President and his wife shunted aside engagements they had planned before Dulles death the President postponed indef nitely a trip arranged for this morning to the De jartments research at Beltsville Md Mrs Eisenhower put off White House garden party which about 700 residents of Washington homes for the5 aged were to have attended thts after noon Wednesday the President and the first lady willattend funeral services at Washingtons Episco pal Cathedral and final rites at Arlington Cemetery Eisenhower spent 20 minutes Mrs Dulles at her homelate Sunday afternoon after he had returned to the capital from his Gettysburg Less than six weeks ago he Jiad announced with tears in his eyes hat cancer had forced Dullestjres gnation from the Cabinet Only ast Tuesday conferredpon DULLES Secretary of State John Foster Dulles died yesterday at the Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington He was 71 years old was made last August during a visit to New York City AP Wirephoto People Of World Mourn DullesDeath LONDON AP Millions of ordinary people around he John Faster Dulles for hisleader the fight against communism today mourned his deaths i Western statesmen anr ans f Th6 Kremlins leaders were silent but Communist at his farm about that the President eceived word that Dulles was dy ng at Walter Reed Army Hospi al Eisenhowersown physician Vlaj Gen Howard M Snyder elephoned that report to the Pres dent minutes later Snyder honed again to report that Dulles ad lost his battle against cancer and pneumonia complications Eisenhower went immediately to the glassedin sunporch of his country home and on apad of yellow paper wrote in pencil a statement of tribute to Dulles His countrymen and all who believe in justice and the rule of law grieve at the passing from the earthly scene of one of the truly great men of our the President wrote Minutes after he returned to the White House Eisenhower signed a proclamation calling in effect for nationwide mourning The proclamation contained this concluding epitaph from the ex ample of John Foster Dulles brave in brave in dying let us each hold with all fervor to the verities which inspired crtticisms the former American secre Sir Winston Churchill called on the world tp keep in mind the ex Rmple Dulles set for those who iput their trust in freedom and fair French President Charles de Gaulle messaged President Eisen hower he deeply felt the great loss Dulles deathcauses for yourself for your country and all men at See 4 Col 4 XUUU D killed a fifth man this morn g In Then off police for two hours before submachine gun killed him BROOKVILLE Pa AP was grayhaired Frank Wind loss estimated by the owner 68 who held a bitter hatred resulted today from a Dallas County Sheriff Bill which destroyed Russies for previous evictions market in man slain by Windsor was Ira Parker owner of G Hassels a painter supermarket said the four hostages escaped the broke out in a compressor wooden house in southwest in the basement An explosion Three fled after police curred shortly after the up Windsor with tear Police pullad another from Firemen from Brookville building oldsville and Corsica fought C E Campbell neighbor flames Two firefighters were Windsor had been crazy jured Page 4 Col 6 Holds Four Hostages Kills 5th Man By TIM PARKER DALLAS Tex drunken brick contractor killed one and held four persons hostage all night Inflexible Term Used By Friends By JOE F KANE WASHINGTON AP from around the world came an outpouring of tribute to day to John Foster Dulles And in the the free nations diplomats arranged o fly here for last rites for a allen leader of resistance to Communist expansion Ravaged by cancer and stricken by pneumonia 71yearold former tJ S sec of state died in his deep at a m Sunday The funeral will be held at p m Wednesday in Wash ngton National Cathedral Because of Dulles long domin ance of free nations strategy in dealing with the Soviet Union his assihg seemed to many to mark he end of an era The men who knew Dulles best lad no doubt that one of his own jreat regrets was that final illness lad made him a spectator from afar rather than the active field eneral as the Wests foreign min sters strove in Geneva for some irogress toward a settlement with he Kremlin and a true peace But though he was absent from he parley Dulles was still a donv nant influence through continuing policies worked out under his lead ership In recognition of that Dulles role the Western diplomatic chiefs were pulling out of the en masse to attend the funeral serv See More on Dulles J9 es Accompanying Secretary of Christian A Herter who ook over that office from his for mer chief were British Foreign ecretary Selwyn Lloyd and rench Foreign Minister Maurice louve de Murville There was talk in Geneva that heir adversary in the Geneva onference Soviet Foreign Minis er Andrei Gromyko might also make the journey West Germanys Chancellor fonrad Adenauer will attend as rill Japans Foreign Minister Ai chiro Funiyama The free worlds lineup of dip omatic top men will be filled out y Italian Foreign Minister Giu eppe PelJa For more than a week Dulles assing had been expected from ay to day but the sense of shock as still evident in the mass out ouring of tributes at home and broad President Eisenhower received le news at his farm home in ettysburg Pa In a statement which he person lly penciled Eisenhower de cribed as a true friend nd One of the truly great men See 4 Col 7 Ironclad Moral Opinions Mark Dulles Life In Service To U S This is the first of three him tended to drop the ityourself man Administrative on the and personality a man of ironciad moral opindetails he left to his helpers Big John Foster Dulles The ions In his book he was a foreign policy matters he handled The union claimed the Creagh Kripw Dulles for astaunch Presbyterian and his himself With a capital H graph has seen Jit to change a senabook was the Bible black was He coulddo this because ucio accii aH iu cnange nej gotiated working procedure in eftor as nis countrys delegate to feet more than 10 years and initlie United Nations as a losing j i vwuiu uu ocwausc tricsi black and was Eisenhower had utmost con This undoubtedly gave strength fidence in him The two were not as it The union charged the SunTele graph refused to operate under conditions existing at the Gazette and the Press The union added that its offer j to negotiate separately with the PostGazette and Press was re 7 cors oV T Ins strength fidence in him The two were not sists it will only continue to op1 Candidate for his Senate post as lo his convictions It is for history especially close socially Dulles erate as a RepuhUcan to say whether as some of hjs was J a of EisS Department under a Demoicritics suggest it algO made setbut the eSv n and selfrighteous President leaned on Dulles in mat history UCl S6e of state and never failed to ruiivuwm uisiory view ln international negotiations I declare his faith and affection Inflexible was a word often Dulles personality is hard to applied to Dulles sometimes in describe A British correspondent soldieivwho was secretary of state for President Benjamin Harrison He cut his diplomatic teeth at Hague Convention of 1907 He j went there with grandfather Fos ter and saw international law in the making At that time Dulles was a junior at Princeton Univer sity He seldom was away from foreign affairs for the rest of his By ED CREAGH WASHINGTON AP If jected by those newspapers which Foster goes to heaven which is a chose to bargain collectively pretty goo4 bet he will immedi A statement by the Press said issues over use of a steward on a loadiDjg dock at the Sun Tele graph and a private pension pol ately start negotiations with the devil things This is a direct quote from a man who worked closely with praise and sometimes in blame Nobody denied he had energy He flew the Atlantic and some once to him as a pawky This Scottish expression has two meaningsreither cunning ones Plan to attend Car Drawing at Fair View Friday evening May 29th WJVJ4 been Foster Dujles omer I secretary of state who died of can Sunday le might have added that Dul would insist on Gods UlAVI rr v V V times the Pacific the way mostand sly or saucy and lively people take a streetcar He visited Neither definition tells the whole 46 countries traveling about story Dulles was both blunt and 000 miles in the process during j subtle He was in his public days his six years as secretary of a tallish somewhat stooped man state He worked incredibly longruddy of countenance white in great pain as his1 haired he was 71 when he fatal illness developed At his office and at his Wash Parly tonight Catholic Center Uement T j Wfc U4Q t not the devils io any peace seti ington home Dulles was constant Prizes Coffee Donuts ly on the job In his State Depart and endlessly active life His great ambition was to fol low in his grandfathers footsteps and he did Not without misadven ture to be sure He was the sure choice for secretary of state in the cabinet of Thomas E Dewey if Dewey had bees elected presi dent in 1944 or But Dewey lost both times arid Dulles not without impatience bided his time President Truman who beat Bewey in 1948 named Dulles act ing chairman of the delega tion to the United sit in for the then and now ailing If any man was born to be secGen George C Marshall retary of stale Dulles was J MfcSttV L ttO O Foster who knew inent role he was the original doj John Watson He was a grandson of the firmly Civil A fine and 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