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   Daily Republic, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1960, Mitchell, South Dakota                                WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy Volume LXXVII THE DAILY REPUBLIC it it An Independent Newspaper if 22 Pages February Final Edition Single Copy lOc Sell Machinery With DOUBLE SERVICE WANT ADS Number 109 Dixie Forces Planning Fillibuster Against CR WASHINGTON AP Dixie forces In the Senate announced today they will employ filibuster tactics in an allout fight against new civil rights Richard Russell quarterbacking the set Thursday for the He told the Senate the decision is in reply to threats by Senate lead ers to impose the legislative torture of roundtheclock ses sions in an attempt to beat down Russell bluntly warned the Sen ate that the Southerners would employ the timehonored filibuster tactic of blocking any unanimous consent agreements to allow the transaction of other came after Lyndon Johnson of Texas had told report ers he was hoping for the start of voting some time next week on Issues in the great debate on civil His announcement Democratic Leader Johnson and Republican Leader Everett Dirksen of nilnoia had Joined Tuesday in serving notice that round the clock sessions might start Monday in a drive to get a Lengthening sessions were in prospect for the rest of this Tuesday the Senate was in ses sion for more than 11 be fore quitting at Russell protested that other bills had been debated for much longer periods without similar efforts to bring pressure on their Jacob Javits RNV told newsmen he knew of no plans now to try to cut off Similar word came from an aide of Paul Douglas Javits and Douglas are among the chief sponsors of civil rights advocating even stronger measures than the Eisen hower administration program now pending before the Before any attempt to invoke the Javits he wanted to see forced whether a through vote could be roundtheclock Allen Ellender DLa said bluntly if 24hour ses sions are he will at tempt to bring all committee hearings and other Senate busi ness to a Holding the floor at Tuesday nights John Spark man DAla attacked the ministration proposal for courtap pointed referees to oversee regis voting and votecounting in areas where systematic discrimi nation against Negroes is Sparkman said the cover ing state and local as well as fed eral would pave the way for federal snooping in state af Sparkman spoke after a 92page speech by James Eastj Mother Finds Blue BoyIn Refrigerator land who referee measure a called the Republican proposal to control elections in the Woman Screams Denial To Charge She Killed Husband DETROIT AP it isnt the pretty widow How can they do that when they know its not I didnt kill Nelle was near hys terics Tuesday when suddenly she was charged with firstdegree murder and conspiracy in the bludgeonshooting of her wealthy Parvin Gordon Bill friend and business associate of the slain suburban Royal Oak car was named in a similar The silverblonde former held in jail without was to be arraigned today before subur ban Dearborn Township Justice US Hay Propose Germans Settle Issue By Vote WASHINGTON AP The United States may propose to the Soviet Union that the Germans themselves settle the future status of Germany in a Under the Germans would be polled on whether they prefer A united Germany with a single peace A divided Germany with sep arate peace Secretary of State Christian Herter reportedly favors making such a proposal to but Soviet officials have rejected the Idea several times in the In the plebiscite from both West and East Ger be deciding whether they want to follow Soviet or Al lied For years Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev has been campaign ing for separate peace which would freeze the division of On the other the Western powers say they want a single treaty with a united Ger For some months Herter has been thinking of the plebiscite as a possible proposal for the West ern leaders when they meet with Khrushchev at the EastWest sum mit conference in Paris beginning May The idea has been tossed around by representatives of the United and West Germany in the past few weeks as they have exchanged views on summit If a plebiscite were West ern leaders are convinced the Ger mans would vote for unification and a single peace John Watson was arrested In Los Angeles where he had been work ing since He said he would waive extradition and go back to Michigan and clear it Lassiter was arrested in the chambers of Circuit Judge Joseph She was waiting to appear as a prosecution wit ness against three men the state contends murdered her husband last April Five others were named as co conspirators but not defendants in the charge against Lassiter and They include Roy also a Lassiter business and Richard who the state said was the inter mediary in arranging the car dealers Jones and Charles all of were brought to trial last week on firstdegree murder Jones pleaded guilty to second degree murder last Hicks entered a similar plea Tues Firstdegree murder Is pre SD Democrats To Send Group To Ag Heeling HURON Wl South Dakota De led by the Humphrey for President voted here Tuesday night to charter a special train to attend a farm meeting March 19 at The decision wasmade at a din ner meeting of some 100 Democra tic leaders in the state and mem bers of the Humphrey for Presi dent committee in South Representatives of seven states are expected to attend the Wis consin meeting to urge the Wis consin delegates on behalf of agri culture to support Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota tn the Democratic Wisconsin primary April Other states expected to send rep resentatives to the meeting are North Ne Minnesota and Ralph speaking of Humphrey at the dinner It is with considerable pride This ad brought results that such an outstanding Senator in FOR SALE 7 GUN the national picture is from our glass 2 state of South Norman 1 Herseth said he felt Senat o r s 2 Little Relief From Cold Is Sighted ForSD By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cold weather continued tol dom inate the South Dakota weather picture with little or no re lief in The mercury dropped below zero Tuesday night In all but the ex treme Pierre was cold est with a low of 11 Sioux Falls was warmest with 5 Highs Tuesday ranged from 20 at Philip and Lemmon to 8 at The Weather Bureau said anoth er low pressure system was mov ing southwestward out of Canada This was expected to result in scattered light snow flurries in western South Dakota tonight and Little change in temperature was expected through Thursday except for some local warming in the west Lassiter was killed after re turning from a business flight The state said he was met at the Continued on Page Two KILLING Noted SO Calile Dies BRITTON W Walton a noted Hereford breeder and prominent South suf fered a fatal heart attack Tuesday night in La where he and his wife were He was in his late The body will be brought back o Britton for funeral and Services are pending the recovery of his wife from Thorp was a director of the First National Bank of a for mer chairman of the State Fair and an active alumnus of he University of Minnesota where be played on the first Little Brown Jug football team in He had extensive land holdings n Warshair County and extending into North His foundation herd on the Thorp Hereford farm near here was rated one of the best in the He also owned an auto and farm machinery irm Before starting business in the Britton Thorp practiced law or some time in Hirings 300 At Oahe Slated PIERRE ffi Although some 300 employes will be laid off at Oahe Dam within the next 60 to 90 there will be another 100 job openings at about the same The state employment service said construction work will begin soon on the power outlets and the a 15story Men in the electrical field will be in particular AP Jean Allgayer found her son nude and nearly blue with cold after two hours in a refrigerator Ronnie told her he and a girl playmate used the refrigerator for a tub while they played taking a He shucked his clothes and crawled The little girl slammed the Allgayer awoke from a nap and started hunting Ronnie in the apartment house where they Finally she heard Ronnies muffled voice from an untenanted apart ment Mommle Mommiel Im me out At CityCounty doctors ordered a hot bath for He appeared to suffer no ill NY Policeman Is Sweating Out Disease Germs NEW YORK Thomas Reilly placed his mouth on the mouth of the gasp ing He tried to breathe air into her But she Reilly went back to his Then came horrifying news The died Concetta of a highly contagious disease that attacks the spinal chord and That was five days was ordered to isolate himself at home and report any chill or stiff He was loaded with So Reilly says I feel should be on the Im sweating this thing Doctors said meningitis symp toms usually appear within four to eight days after lives with his wife and two Heros Welcome For Ike Is Given In Rio IKE REVIEWS Eisenhower center and Luis Munoz Marin left inspect a unit of the Puerto Rico National Guard at the San Juan airport just after the Presidents arrival on the first stop of his flight to South AP Wirephoto Marine Rescued From Cleft On Side Of Cliff HONOLULU AP The Army still doesnt understand how he ot but they rescued a young marine from a cleft 600 feet down a cliff in the Waianae Moun ains in western By the time an Army rescue earn lowered a soldier by rope o the lethernecks Roy of La had spent two days In the left without food and shirt ess and bracing his back against me wall and his feet against the He was lowered 200 feet to the floor Tuesday and flown to Tripler Army Hospital by a heli opter which hadnt been able to get at him because of his steep His Burr Os of aid they started down the cliff to etrieve a cartridge hanging m a small tree which broke and their climbing back So they started down the crevice which ended at the 600foot level at an Osbonlighter fought his way back iut and went for I still dont see how they got nto that said one of the Army rescue Chessman Says That Missing Body Would Exonerate Him Church Council Official Sees Totalitarian Military Training OKLAHOMA AP qualified charge that Ameri can servicemen are getting totali tarian training was made Tues day night as members of the Na tional Council of Churches Gen eral Board gathered for a meet ing The charge came from James associate general secretary of the He also said a sub versive influence may have been responsible for an Air Force man ual which said there la Commun ist infiltration of American can The General which meets here for two is expected to get a report from its policy and st r a t e g y subcommittee which heard Wines resume of the situa Afterward he issued state ment containing his Wine said there is the possi by an apparent attitude that recurs in various manuals of the Air Force that within the military depart ments of the United States govern there are those who have on occasion attempted to carry out a completely in fact a indoctrination of their regular and reserve person In a subsequent interview Wine Gun Cabinet would privately support Humphrey as the Senator who would tell the story of agriculture This U the advertisers reply Sold the gun cabinet to Carl chairman of the the first Had S6V Humphrey for President replies thanks to said weve got to stop thejn downward trend of farm buy i n g U O U D i e bervice Wan power and to do this we must have a champion of agriculture likei tl Norman tiolmes said the controversial Air Force Reserve training manual could well have been inspired by a sub versive The manual rescinded last week by the Air paragraphs charging Communist infiltration of churches Commu nist party membership by some ministers and Communist front influence on a subcommittee of the National Council which drew up the revised standard version of the Wine would not label the mater ial either Communist or Facsist but I would say it is definitely Caryl writing what he feared would be his last told Edmund Brown a miss ing body Would prove he is inno cent of the crimes for which he was The released Tuesday by did not iden tify1 the body or tell how it would exonerate said he had other evidence in the absence of the would be by itsel He termed the evi dence he had like a Jigsaw Chessman said the of t was missing when he sen a representative to look for He did not say where the search was Brown released the re marking that Chessman had agreed to making it public after asking earlier that it be kept con Chessman was condemned in 1948 at Los Angeles for kidnaping with bodily Among the things he was convicted of at tha time was forcing two women to submit to unnatural sex Eight times execution dates have been set for In grant ing him a 60day reprieve Friday the governor said he wanted to take the abolition of capital pun ishment before the California Brown also noted the State Department had sent him a telegram warning that the exe cution could lead to hostile demon strations during President Eisen howers Latin American George one of Chess mans told newsmen in San Francisco he was filing papers with the secretary of state in Sacramento today for the in corporation of The People Against Capital Then had newsmen listen to Roulette lad was written by The bal Al Hoffman and Dick Davis said the convictauthor plans another letter to Brown and to offer the governor an unequivocal way He did not say what that would The governor says the last Chessman letter was not a facto in the desperate effort merely a las in Chessman 11 year fight to evade the Sai Quentin Prison gas A court hearing is to be heli Thursday in Los Angeles to se a new execution date for Chess a telephone over which Ronnie Hawkins in New soloist York sang The Ballad of Caryl Chess The call to New York was with Morris president of HIGH AND 258foot Swedish Monica becomes the center of attraction to sightseers inspecting the vessel standing on the low tidj near Race Point light house at An attempt to refloat the freighter high tide failed the first The bound for ran aground on the tip of Cape Cod Saturday AP Wirephoto Youth Arrested After Montana Girls Slaying AP A teenage boy was arrested at his home Tuesday after officers fol lowed a snowy trail of blood and footprints from the home of a alain 15yearold girl two blocks Detectives said the also wore clothes stained with They quoted him as saying he had fallen and bloodied his nose while walking Monday It was then that blonde Judie And a popular high school soph was stabbed and beaten to death while alone in her par ents eightroom Juvenile authorities took custo dy of the boy on a petition filed by County William Speare and signed by Judge Charles The judge and juvenile Prosecutor Says Carole Involved In Finch Murder By DIAL TORGERSON LOS ANGELES AP A pro secutor has charged in final argu ments to the Finch murder trial Jury Carole Tregoff stood ready with the socalled murder kit as her Bernard Finch struggled The with his society surgeon am bushed his cracked her skull Bomb Exploded Near Plane Seat Of FrankCAB By GEOFFREY GOULD WASHINGTON AP Govern ment slueths say theyve plnnec down the cause of the North Caro Una plane crashthat killed 34 per sons 6 It was a dynamite They say furthermore that the set off by a dry cell bat exploded near the seat ol Julian a young Westport attorney who carried a mil lion dollars in life There was a hint the tragedy might have been the result of a two or more per conspiracy by The theory that Frank com mitted suicide and carried every one else aboard with him lad been voiced unofficially be but some doubt later was expressed that a bomb had caused the James chairman of he Civil Aeronautics told Senate Aviation subcommittee Tuesday it has now been definitely established that a dynamite bomb saused the The CAB and FBI are continuing their in Continued on Page Two BOMB shot her to then stalked her And if hed found the She wouldnt have testi fied on this witness It was the first prosecution claim that Finch planned to harm the It presented no sue Sternfaced Deputy Atty Clifford Crail shook an accusin finger at Finch and Miss Tregof Tuesday as he thunderously ac cused them of trying to weave a story to fit the facts and escap a murder his 23yearoli mistress sat They an charged with killing his Bar bara last July 18 outsid the Finch estate in subur ban West The handsome wealthy doctor says the gun wen off accidentally as he tried tc throw it away after wresting i from his She was shot in the The family blonde Continued on Page Two TRIAL Pierre Man Is Sentenced To State Prison PIERRE MPI Ted Parks was sentenced to two years in the state penitentiary Tuesday after pleading guilty to third degree This is his second prison term for the same In 1957 Parks received a suspended 18 month sentence which was later A similar charge in 1959 netted him 60 days in During this sentence he walked away from the Hughes County jail while acting as a He was returned some six months finished his term and was released a week prior to his latest officers refused to say charges have been Negro And Youth Do Battle In Chattanooga whether Negro and white youths battled in a wild slugfest at a downtown The boys identity is protectedvariety store in the latest demon under Montana law which re quires that minors not be named in juvenile court The curlyhaired stration over segregated counter school closing We will patrol this city dili Brown We will pro tect its public institutions Police chief Ed Brown mobi lized his entire 250man force and lunch and other and we maintain law and will It was the third Negro lunch By STANFORD BRADSHAW RIO DE Brazil AP President Eisenhower grinned and waved his way through a heros welcome today in Rio de He rode triumphantly through a storm of confetti and streamers amid the greatest crowds ever gathered to greet a visitor in this metropolis of Bra Samba bands in the first major speech of his South American the President sounded a hands off warning to any ideology threaten ing to deny American nations the right of free choice of phi working and We would consider it interven tion in the internal affairs of an American state if any whether by coercion or succeeded in denying freedom of choice to the people of any of our sister he told Brazils Coupled with that which appeared aimed at Commu nist ambitions in the Western was a call for a ceaseless striving for world Eisenhower reiterated that the United States stands ready to put money saved by disarmament into constructive programs of peaceful He urged other nations to join In this Flying here from Ei senhower found hundreds of thou sands turned out in bright but hu mid 80degree It is sum mer here below the Confetti showered down as El senhowers motorcade moved along the Avenida Rio the main business and along the palmlined bayside driye to ward the his home in Volatile students joined in the general acclaim but found acca sion also to hail Cubas Prime Minister Fidel Castro in signs and There were repeated choruses of Some also shouted giving two syllables to the Pres idents Eisenhower sat on the back of a car seat and acknowledged the greetings by holding both hands above his Brazilian Pres ident Juscelino Kubitschek rode beaming beside At one point student groups leaned from windows to shout Fidel in honor of their Prime Minister Fidel Castro of The crowd on the side walk and Eisenhower The parade route started at the Naval Ministry and ended at the Embassy where Eisenhower had arranged a lunch At the Navy Ministry he re ceived a formal welcome to I come here as the represent EISENHOWER Continued on Page Two Weather Forecast SOUTH DAKOTA Increasing cloudiness partly cloudy east and continued cold this afternoon tonight cloudy with scattered light snow and locally warmer partly cloudy locally colder extreme southeast Thu r a d a y mostly cloudy with little change in temperature scattered light snow west and south central low tonight S above to 5 below zero to 10 below east highs Thursday mid teens northeast to lower 20s EXTENDED FORECAST Extended forecast for South Da kota 25 Temperatures will average 510 degrees below normal for the five day period through Monday with only min nor daytoday Precipita tion will average light to occuring as intermittent snow Amounts to of an Normal maxi mums minimums MITCHELL WEATHER Average precipitation for portion of year to date Total precipitation for portion of year to date Tuesday high 12 Overnight low 1 7 temperature 0 Sunset today Sunrise tomorrow Month April rune July PRECIPITATION 25 All Time 60 59 Avg Avg Rec Yr 97 15 06 27 42 20 15 23 01 11 47 TEMPERATURES H L Rapid City Philip counter demonstration in a Chat1 Pierre A ilC OAClillCil Ij II Ail CVI IJLArfWU 11J0 tKou A youngster was as a cas1 called in 40 auxiliary officers afttanooga variety store in five Aberdeen ual acquaintance of the what started as a peaceful The first two were iWatertowu 16 20 9 14 7 4 9 attended different nigh 1 demonstration exploded into hand white Judie was stabbed 25 times in i tohand combat the neck and shoulders with a Swarms of Negro and pair of A rifle whose I youths boiled into one of the citys shattered stock was found nearmain Police quieted her body was used to bludgeonthe melee 30 minutes later ano her arrested 11 white persons and one Police Chief Wilson the girl apparently had not been Brown posted guards sexually He was unschools Managers able to establish a motive for the variety possible Negro students resumed nonHuron at of four trouble cio6e at violent resistance lunch counters in North to segregated Sioux Falls Virginia andlPickstowu Valentine 3 8 5 1 tr tr Police arrested 25 demonstra Lenimon white and North In all marched against Continued on Page Two 15 8 15 10 12 11 20 4 16 6 16 4 tr tr j Mobridge Sioux City pickets a department MISSOURI RIVER STAGES Yankton 9 Up 1 Sioux City Plus No Change Omaha Plus No Change   

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