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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 27, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania indianA tould well sac his teammates or That Serves Member of the Volume 241 Thiffytwb ndiana May 27 tm Two JM i 3 WASHINGTON AP Government sources said to day the FBI solved the Muck Charles Parker lynching and named the participants in evi dence turned over to sippi Gov J P Coleman According to this report the list was accompanied by proof of the identities of the masked men who went into Pearl River County Jail at Poplarville in the early morning of April 25 and dragged thev screaming 23 yearold Negro feet first to their waiting cars I i j PaYker who was on the eve of trial on a charge of raping a pregi nant white woman was found dead on the Mississippi side of the Pearl River May 4 He had Abeen shot twice Todays Chicago Tribune report ed an FBI solution of the case quoting Informed sources on Cap itol The newspaper said ap proximately 10 men were named in the list turned over to Coleman New Orleans television station WDSUTV said earlier that FBI report implicated at persons The FBI which sem O agents into the after Parkers abdi nounced twodays ago gation showed no federal Iationv iA major factor was of any evidence a state line had been crossed The body wasno the opposite I btjTrthere swas to the intti that state 0 In annpuncljjg its t wjihdr the its extensive turned v Coleman to any action the state might desire to take Coleman has stated the evidence will be submitted to the next reg ular grand jury convening in Pearl River County next No vember v Government sources said the investigation developed this Parker was due to face trial on April 27 Aboift a week before that date there was talk around Poplarville about the possibility of trouble developing around the jail where he was locked up without guards with other prisoners Local authorities decided however that there was no good reason to take him elsewhere because 1t appeared unlikely any violence MINISTERS WASHINGTON AP John Foster Djijles admired worlctfriends and respected by foes in the cold war goes to a final today after six tur bulent years as secretary of state V J Solemn services in Wash ingtons huge National Cathe dral A horsedrawn i caisson into Arlington National Ceme tery The muffled drums The burial services The echo of taps across the monument covered hills Thus fornthe of ficial funeral whiduPresldent Ei senhower arranged attend along with representatives from nations large and With them Dulles had worked to pre serve the worlds peace until can er ended his career and caused lis death Sunday at the age of 71 Ordinary citizens of his owii country also as they streamed by the thousands past his mahogany casket lying in state in a chapel of the cathe ejral the night v see vto pause DULLES CHILDREN AT CATWEDRALTwp John Foster Dulles In Talks WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower and Secretary of State Christian A Herter will discuss the Greneva conference negotia tions with the foreign minis Russia Britain and France The President and Herter today arranged a White House conference for a m Thursday will meet with the So viet Gromyko Selwyn Lloyd and Trances MauriceCouve de Murville Herter and the other three for eign ministers flew to Washington from Geneva for the funeral of John Foster Dulles today The Geneva een pcetty much on dead center in efforts to resolve EastWest dif s but fw t 71 brought to 2fd frantic palents rushedto the station to reporttheir musing child quietly on Patrolman Farrs lap Policesaid the boy never saictMvord Ap Wirephoto Deadline O Passes develop The night of Friday tfpril 24 there was an outdoor meeting in the yard of a farmhouse outside Poplarville which attracted a large attendance and at which lo cal indignation over theraping of the white woman was expressed The meeting convened after 9 oclock When it broke up shortly TU FV nirq Diyorce A WEI5UN day the Union once set for the Western Allies to clea out of yftgt Berlin came today and all was quiet f y and moved normally in and out SUrOUn the Soviet Premier uu ve remer aheady postponed 27 Berlin deadlmeon condition thit the down and negotiate OH It t The negotiations actually were IB recess The Bis Four foreign ministers whp met in Geneva May 11 to talk about Berhp and the division of briefly Washington for the funeral of John Foster Dulles V v Actress Files after midnight many of those in got in their cars ani back to their homes An other group reported to have numbered less than 10 put on masks and headed for They arrived in the early morn ing hours of April 25 and got into the sheriffs office where they ob tained the keys to the jail cells It was reported that most of the indignation voiced at the farm house conspiracy meeting was on the prospect that Park ns Negro attorney would cross examinethe white woman Sentence Man ForMotor Violations t Russel Ashbaugh Point Street Movie ac tress JDianne Foster has filed her third divorce suit in two against Joel Murcott1 Murcott a motion picture now living in England is charged With cruelty Inspections showed the Soviets still manning the checkpoints on the vital rail and road connections to the city That meant they bad not gone through with the threat to turn the checkpoints over to their East German satellite and were sticking by the fourpower agreements on Berlin A convoy pf eight Army shares IntUo final See 12 Col 1 Pal Senate Schedules Tax Sessioh HARRISBURCf Sen ate today scheduled an unusual Tjiursday session give final ap proval to due to expire at midnighif Sunday and 122 million dollars in stopgap appropriations Although the action could help clear up the complicated tax pic ture the one per cent realty transfer due to expire at midnight cannot be finally approved until the House the next session of the Houseis scheduled for Monday Two cents of the fivecenta gallon tax on gasoline is due to expire at the end of the bien nium Sunday The twocent levy is estimated to bring in about 115 million dollars during the coming biennium The real estate trans fer tax is due to bring in about 38 millions during the twoyear period The stop gap appropriations would provide 100 millions to pay the salaries of state employes and to snaw or xqrk the Washington They atlcMed a brief prayer service for secreaV of state Mrs HiSSK Pes Coolie to t r 1 j a 1 HaddixMakes Baseball lcr ft Cel I jpsynients In the HOT bienniam To Match US Sites In Italy Nikita Threatens To Put Rocket In Albania Bulgaria Areas Associated Press Sports Writer Harvey laughed when told he had made pitch the Milwaukee Braves Tuesday night i the 33yearold Pittsburgh Pirate letthander f A1H know is we lost 20 in 13 innings Whats so historic abouir that Didnt ahyone else ever lose a 13 Big Threei Grornyko At Services Dad Three Drown Mom Three Saved WINTER HAVEN Fla Two men rescued a mother andlthe for a meeting Thurs fin t r Ji i WASHINGTON AP The Wests Big Three foreign min their Soviet adversary Andrei in today for the funeral of John Foster Their visit of tribute to the memory of the former U S Sec retary of state was promptly made three of her six children from Lake Marian Tuesday but the fa ther and three other children drowned day with President Eisenhower which might have a heavy bearing on the worlds affairs The White House announced i shortly after their arrival that Ei MOSCOW Nikita their territory Khrushchev de chev says the Sovet Uni i r hev says the Soviet Union is dared it will compel us to build up forces for reply he said we shall ea Saltsburg vyas sentenced Wednesany the United States may estab before Judge Edwin M Clark lish in Italy or Greece JleCle Soviet premier visiting Al The Saltsburg man was senlbanja repeated an earlier Soviet tenced for failure to stop his proposal Tor a ban on nSar wcie at the scene of an accident weapons io the Balkan peninsula involving property damage and to make it a peninsula pf See so miles across the Adria is fillRnPHQinn nf Vlic I and missiles in neighboring satellites that could blanket both Italy has been called for tomorrow eve ning at in the Library of the inning shutout Wait a minute Wasnt he that althoughjfie was beaten he had turned JnYthe greatest pitch ing performance in baseball his tory That he has hurled 12 in nings of perfect baseball a dozen Innings in jvhich he faced 36 Mil waukee batters and not one of them reached base untii an error by Don Hoak permitted Felix Mantilla to reach first in the 13th inning Yes Haddix replied Sure I know it And I knew I had a no bitter and perfect game from the third inning on I couldnt remem ber Balking a bitter and I sure knew nobody had gotten a base hit off Well did he know that no pitch er dating back to baseballs first big league season in 1876 had everpitched mpre than 27 batters See Page Col 6 p v fV Special School Meet inn trouble while workinS a dredge i here at the lake on the outskirts of this James C Hagerty White House A special meeting of the school I central Florida city press secretary announced the boards of Indiana Borough and Millers had gone most of the luncheon plans across the Jake half mile Plans tor the luncheon an Raymond Adolphus Miller will give a White House had taken his family on a lateiluncheon for the three bSPower their s boat Foreign Minister Maurice Couve Drowned with Miller were Lede Murville of France throy 9 Shirley Jo 7 and Andy Visiting high officials of other M governments also will attend Mrs Miller and the other chilalong with S Secretary of Announcement Of plans for the White House Conference carne hortly I after disclosure that Ei senhowr wipfce host at a lunch rsday for the foreign officials of olhejf countries Vfho fa here for the The President met min utes this morning with West Ger manys Konrad Adenauer also jere for the funeral JamesC Hagerty White House jress secretary announced or the luncheon Before the conference with Ade nauer tiie President had a 30rnin ute conference with Australias Prime Minister Robert who was here on other business as veil as to attend the Dulles funer l Menzies favors an EastWest summit meeting Haul Castro Found Safe After Crash HAVANA Raul Castro 3rirne Minister Fidel Castros lamboyant younger was ound safe today after walking away from a plane crash in the wamps of southcentral Cuba Raul and his crew of three air men were reported in good spirits They crashed Tuesday during an eriai search mission The leftwardleaning Raul com mander in chief of Cubas armed orces and heirdesignate to sue eed Fidel plunked down in a wampy marsh south of Cienaga lapata The four abandoned their plane nd headed for the coast along the jank of the Hatiguanico River easants helped guide them out of ne swamps helicopter spotted Raul and 8 Donnie 6 andState Christian A Herter i companions this morning It Randell brought ashore i The Big Four ministers recessed mdioed for and the me were ni picked up by navy launches at the mouth of the river White and Armstrong Townships and Greece We are fully confident mean Joint High School armed Albania has a common frontier But Khrushchev said the West with is only c r L rockets bases on their Sentence of the court was that heiterritory will attract should pay the cojjts pf prosecu as a magnet Q COUntS bases are clearly spear of the Damage resulting to the headed Sovtet Union Other vehicle pay a fine of agaJnst Alba and ordered tq obey aU iaws of S H green stamps on E9Sy all ithe Albanian capital W Italy and Greece go ahead plans to locate bases nuclear warhfads and are ed to begin getting them by early Area Joint School Board Indiana Joint High School Board Indiana Borough School Board proposals at the Geneva forWhite Township School Board and rs conference offer Armstrong Township School Board The first two mentioned groups again the Soviet premier are composedof members of the pjumped for 9 summit meeting i jast three named boards and said it wasimmaterial to him Inside The Gazette CKEEKSIDE Creekside won their sixth straight Greater County League game yesterday See sports pages 26 and 27 where it was held To us the main ruiv uraauaiesj uouble Green ae 1Q us yie main point is that Stamps on all Radios Hawks 530 imilar a 7 bfc useful and thatjPWlaT Indiana Mix INSIDE Victor Riesel poses questions to Steel McDonald today in his column on page 6 Workers president States and Greece though the two nations have agreed the army will get American training in the use Of weapons uld Other Features Collections On Thursday The circulation department of the Indiana Evening Gazette re quested the cooperation of sub scribers who pay for their paper by the week Because the Gazette will not publish Saturday Memorial Day the newsboys will have to pay their paper bills on Friday of this week This makes it necessary fur them to collect on Thursday Subscribers can help the news boys by paying them on Thurs day instead of Friday or Satur day this week said to achieve end we are to attend Car Drawing at to go to the end of nview Friday evening May 9Qth D M Khrushchev injected a tribute to Foster Pijiies in bis speech I calling him a distinguished 00 242x every Thursday Wed tfx Limp Mlrrur Jl T i Cemetery Lights Johns Jewelry and Gift Shop 716 Phila St 242x Editorial Note M Society m Si TVBadlo o World t WEATHER Variable cloudiness warm and humid tonight and Thursday with scattered showers and thundershowers Low tonight in the 60s CoralGraceton Fire Co party tft Plan to attend Car Drawing at Fair View Friday evening Mav 29th 9 00 P M 75 Party Wed Tue WejJ ;