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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 25, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL L No. 74 40 A, B MONDAY, MAY Price Seven Dulles' Funeral Wednesday Afternoon in Washington Leaders of Western World Pay Tribute Hon-Red WorldTo Former Secretary Asks Summit Gathering of Most of Family Present As Ex-Secretary of State Succumbs in Army Hospital western displomats who worked with John Foster Dulles in his unrelenting to check Soviet expansion will fly here to pay final tribuU to the former secretary of state. Dulles, 71, a towering bulwark against communism as President Eisenhower's foreign policy pilot for six years, died of cancer yesterday at a.m. Most of hit family was at his bedside President Eisenhower deeply mourned his passing, communists were warned yes-1 __ IT a vite leaders of "the many na-i Western statesmen recalled his emphasis on "face to face terday against trying to sabo. and the free world mourned with him. Flags on U. S. tions of the great non-cornmu- diplomacy" and grieved for the loss of a personal friend. the government of Pre- government buildings throughout the world were ordered nist world" to a summit meet-j The Kremlin's leaders were silent, but communist organs'mier Abdel Karim Kassem. flown at half staff for the next three days, and Elsen- ing m the western hemisphere, _...., Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson says, i revived old criticisms of tne former The senate majority leader state. Sen. Johnson Wants To Include Leaders Of Free Nations Hail Him for Valiant Fight To Stop Reds, Preserve Peace of ordinary people around the world, remembering John Foster Dulles for his leadership in the against communism, today mourned his death. Reds in Iraq Get Warning From Kassem Told Not to Try To Sabotage Efforts Of Government Beirut, AP Wirephota John Foster Dulles, 1888-1959 Urge Billion For Loans Abroad Democrats Want Economic Aid Extended Over 5 Years of There was no doubt the jwarning, broadcast over the' government-run radio Bagh- outlined the idea to the sir Churchill called on the world to keep in mind'idacl> came frorn Kassem. ating class of Southwest Tex-, the example gct for lhose put their trust in free- It' followed a special' news conference Saturday in which! as State college yesterday.. Johnson is a 1930 graduate of! dom and fair dealing." Kassem reiterated his OPPOM-' the school. French President Charles de Gaulle messaged President Uon IQ aU poUlical party acj Johnson said such a con- Eisenhower he deeply felt the great loss Dulles' death causes, Itivily in Iraq at the present ference would provide a strik-i ..fnr Vn1ircolf fnr vmir time. Kassem summoned the ing contrast to the summit conference demanded by com- j trv and munist nations, who propose a freedom." "for yourself, for your coun-, men attached to to the na- Chancellor Konrad nauer told his fellow Ade- West meeting limited tions which led the fighting World war II. Germans they had lost a Russian demands for a made their cause ited membership confer-, h's own. ence, he said; are part of a Prime Minister Harold Mac- "grand design for world con- quest." Reds Want to Rule millan remembered Dulles for his "signal force of charac- ter" which supported the high- i "The totalitarian leaders of est ideals. Washington The ad-iSens. John F. Kennedy (D- tne Kremlin look upon The official Soviet news ministration raised otastaclesjMass) and Hubert H. Hum-'summit as the throne of the agency reported the death in today to a Democratic propo-'phrey (D-Minn) for t h e i Johnson said, "and it 32-word dispatch without sal to put billion of Amer- amendment, which would and Moscow radio Curb Laotians, Red China Asks Wants Britain and Russia to Prevent Rebel Disarming 5 Drown After Boat Capsizes 3 Girls Rescued; Held on to Craft Most of Night Mount Clemens, Mich. heeded Kassem by Five young people on an end to their month long'an outing drowned last night newsmen shortly after a Baghdad communist party pa- per denounced the national .democratic party for suspend- jing its activities at Kassem's I request. Would End Friction The Iraqi communists have campaign for places in the Iraqi government. They are after their small 16-foot run- JJC1VJI. J f still urging that political about cruiser capsued in Lake Tokyo Communist ties be permitted to function, however. The Baghdad broadcast ask- St. Clair. Three girls were rescued. cd the reds "to continue They were found today cling- hower canceled his formal schedule during that period. An official funeral will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the big Washington National (Episcopal) cathedral. An honor guard of uniformed servicemen will keep a vigil beside the body as it rests at the cathedral during the 24 hours before the funeral. Military Honors Pull military honors accord- ed heroes and distinguished leaders will given Dulles when he is buried in Arling- ton National cemetery across hr Potomac river from Wash- ngton. The Big Four foreign mlnis- ers conference in Geneva will ecess Wednesday and Thurs- day as Sec. of State Christian overturned IVUJSl-tJW 1 dlllU v.lv ------1. nations of the it as the fourteenth china todav asked tne obstruct the course of weakly to lean loans over the next five provide for treasury loans one_for the right to wear item in a ]7-item roundup of Union and Britain to stop the revolution." It said Kassem is craft. Bodies of the victims _M ._____ ,T. .'._________ ?____j: _ nnlit ical nil r ties be- years into economic develop- the development loan fund in-jthe crown. I stead of annual appropria-' Johnson said the 1 domestic news, current pope Offers Sympathy Royal Laotian army from political arming a rebellious commu- ment abroad. C. Douglas Dillon, under tions by congress. ministers The East German news ag- secretary of state, left unan-' Dillon said the state marksi the end of ADN. said Dulles' T-, j -i i long era ol illusion in woria ''linteri incenaraViiv -until North Laos, swered whether President ment will recommend its own1 ff -was linked inseparsoiy -wun Eisenhower would accept'program for long-term caoi- ._ creation of a new war dan-, Peiping radio said be cause he knows that when a man says 'I am a communist ic that' battalion holed up inior a national democrat or a this will lead to fric- the nn-tion, and friction will lead to gcr in Europe through by the royal government armament of Bonn." Broad- constituted a breach ot the Geneva armistice -which such a long range of the development {ate of tne worid can Dei if con-'loan fund to the president jeft jn tne hands of those na-! his fall, with a view to mak-jtions wnich formed the vie-' foreign aid bill. [ing it effective July 1, 1960. torlous amance Of World maintained the same ended the Into-China war. lunuua ui >yu u m generaitone Tne appeal was made to Rus- John XXIII saidlsia and Britain because they Dullp.s" 'cath has caused'were co-chairmen of the ar- 'casualties." Dillon told the senate for-' He indicated that the budg- eign relations committee that et bureau has dampened state II." I This country must demon-! strate our belief that "there if congress included the loan [department enthusiasm provision, Eisenhower would'the borrowing authority _4t ;s at the summit of man- defer final judgment until the recommended two years agoTrmd's hopes a kingdom of bill reached him and make when the fund was set up, and freedom in which all men and i great sorrow in the world. The ruler of the Roman mistice conference. Ushers Cafcfi Man Stealing Sunday Offering The Chinese communists the two New London Thomas .T 22, wa; f _ JX11J.IJO CA VJJ. J-1 _ i i_ 1 1_ n  en zneved bv the news of Lloyd who are Police Chief Harry Macklin Valerie Quinn, 16, of East long investigation wul attending the Big Vour con-'said Whitty is being held at the troit; Roger P. Hogan, 21, turned over to the state of fercnce on Germany in Gene- county jail in Waupaca for Harper Woods, and Theron J. Mississippi. further investigation. Kills Man, Holds 4 Hostages Before He Is Slain by Police BY TIM PARKER Dallas, been grieved by the news of the death of the "illustrious and great statesman" and that he had "expressed a thought to the Lord" for him. va In a telegram to President Eisenhower the pope said: "We extend to your excel- Turn to Page 15, Col. 4 Admits He Killed At Least 500 in Concentration Camp Fulria, Germany A former sergeant of the nazi SS IClite guard has admitted killing at least 500 concentra- tion camp inmates in the last months of World II, State Prosecutor Robert llafkp said today. Gottlieb Muzikant. 55. an SS medical corps sergeant, said he cither .strangled his victims or gave them injections of air or insecti- cide. Ilafke told newspaper- men. He said that made the admission when confront- ed in his jail cell with Or Claus Salomon, a Jewish m- McDonald Accused of TODAY'S INDEX B 4 B12 A-l, 4, A R AU BIS B 7 MX AM B1J Comics Dulles Stories Editorials Hmiae Katikanna Markets ftportft Map CMes ,the little house in which the mate-doctor at the Melk con- brick owner, Mrs. lone Dickinson, centration camp, contractor killed one man and also iiverl. held four persons hostage all .Mrs. Dickinson said Wmd- 1 night. Then he fought off a sor had some drunken belief i company of officers today for that by holding the hostages misieaaing ruauc two hours before police rak- he coulfi force the sheriff to New York W) The 12 jod him with sub-machine gun come out to the house. .largest steel companies in the bullets and killed him. The landlady said he held a nation today told David J. He was gray-haired Frank grudge against the sheriff be- McDonald, president of the !Windsor 68 who held a bit- cause of past evictions. 'United Steelw o r k e r s of 'ter hatred' against Dallas Ileld wiln Mrs- Dickinson America, that "it's time for County Sheriff Bill Decker. ,and Mr- and Mrs- Lcs Dough- ym, to stop trying to mis-lead Hostages Kscapc The man slain by Windsor was M. G. Hassels, a paint- er. All four hostages 'the little wooden house on a ter was a man named Webb. The Doughters were neigh- The companies charged bors. that McDonald been us- Hasscls came to the house jng "distortions of fact" in about 8 a. m. today to ask for bis -weekly advertisements rsoapon a kcy lo anothcr house owned appealing for public support by Mrs. Dickinson. He was to of the union in its contract ne- Brooks, Jr 26, of Ferndale. Gen. William P. Rog- Call to Coast Guard crs said the evidence obtam- The scene of the tragedy is ed by the FBI after a masked lhe same area where 13 snatched Parker from in young people frorn Grossc "N1 Pearl river county jail at Pointe who were missing Poplarville. Miss., April 25 overnight and rescued last and kliled hlrn- fa'led to show Thursday when their 22-foot an-V violation or federal sta- sailboat ran aground. lutes. The coast guard said it got Glve Data Governor a call at 4 am. from the T" of this Rogers to- Gonvea girl's molher that her day directed the FBI to de- daufihler was missing aftpr to Mississippi sGovJ. SOIHR on a picnic. p- at Jackson "a Mrs. Gonyea said she knew summary of information re- the young people were in the h'tive f .facts Strawberry island area but. nblamcd during the FBI's in- she did not know how they vcstigation planned to get there II vvas lpft up The coast guard notified the Macomb county sheriff's of- prosecution fice and a search boat csme Is upon the capsized craft at a m with the three girls ,hls the case shortly after the jduction. This was a 2-way in- ,vcstigation under the Lind- bergh kidnaping law covering Denied at Arraignment abductions in which state lines are crossed, and under Of Harold McLaughlin the federal civil rights stat- Port Washington A relating to collusion on court-appointed defense law- .fPart ol local yer for the admitted kidnap- tnnrlt'cs-__________________ slayer of 6-ycar-old Ben Wag- ner today challenged the jur- ij J isdiction of a court hearing to Coleman determine whether any under state lavt T TJ FBI Director .T. Edgar Hoo- clinging to it. Court Jurisdiction gravel road in southwest Dal- do sornf work at one of hcr gotiations witn the industry, las. Three fled after police nouses An open tp McDonald softened up Windsor with lean Windsor shot "him. The from the steel companies co- gas. Police pulled from the building another mim 'and sprawled on the lawn, >ordinating committee appear- Windsor forced' tne'ed in newspaper Mrs. C. E. Campbell, to drag body to merits in various cities shortly neighbor, Windsor front porch. before today's resumption of drunk" fince gunman heM his host-! the negotiations ages in terror with .M rt-jhad been Iwre which Frt- Mi Uvtd in apartment in volvw MM a A rifle. Clinton Phippn, 30, center, is grabbed by police man after slipping from fire escape on next higher floor while threatening to leap from third floor of a building in New York City. Part of rescue drama would-be rescuer, upper center, who hangs from escape after narrowly it to leap wiMtew 1 Municipal Judge Charles Larson ruled that Harold W. McLaughlin properly be- fore the court and orderedj the 28-year-old feeble minded! sex deviate held for trial in circuit court j Atty. Frank X. Didier then I attempted to enter a plea of AF by reason oi insahi-j ity, hut the court ruled the premature and directed; jit be held until McLAughlin appears before trial court. Didier said he wouM decide later whether to waive pre- Judge Wisconsin Showers and thunderstorms in the west portion, spreading eastward during the night. Tuesday cloudy and cool in the north, warm and humid south. Appleton Temperature! for the 24-hour period tnd- ing at 9 a.m.: High, 70, low, 96. Temperature at 11 a.m., 72. South wind at 14 miles per hrar. Barometer, 30. W inches. fall, .87 of an fawn. Sun p.m., Tuesday at am) moon rites at VtatMa T   

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