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WV L LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TEXAS MORE THAN 200000 DAILY AND SUNDAY SEVENTYTIFTH YEAR NO 144 Dulles Tells Soviet: :::'-1oett Usi:: g Po: de SAN FRANCISCO June 24 On—Secretary of State Dulles told Russia in blunt language Friday: The way to end the cold war is to stop using force against other countries and to stop supporting subversion In a stinging attack on communism Dulles declared: "To bring the cold war to an end seven points are not needed this one is sufficient" I The secretary spoke at the U N's 10th anniversary meeting Shakeup in which Wednesday heard Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov propose a seven-point program to liquidate the cold war Dulles spoke with President Land Office Eisenhower's "full confidence and concurrence" The President himself said so on Monday when he Likely Soon addressed the opening session Ile told the delegates the secretary would speak Friday "on appropriate elements in the foreign CORPUS CIIRISTI June 24 policy of this nation" (P)--A shakeup is on in Texas' No Punches Pulled General Land Office and things Dulles pulled no punches as he probably will start popping in reviewed the role of communism the agency about July I the state in recent history Ile agreea with land commissioner says Molotov that some problems had The commissioner J Earl Rud- been settled recently but he said der said here Thursday night they would have been settled that the shakeup will include the years earlier except for the Corn-appointment of a new supervisor munists and five or six inspectors Rud- "IVe do not forget" he said der said the action is a result of "we dare not forget that some of the two-day Court of inquiry held those who now hail the recent here this week developments are precisely those The land commissioner is in who for years sought to stop Corpus Christi to deliver the key- them" note address at Friday's session Dulles strongly defended the of the Veterans of Foreign Wars North Atlantic Treaty Organiza(VFW) state encampment here tion and other regional organizaThe two-day inquiry here re- tions which Molotov blamed for vealed several irregularities in much of the trouble today These state leasings including some in- organizations were based on the spectors who were renting equip- spirit of the U N Charter Dulles ment to companies whose leases said and it was Western strength they inspected ' backed by these organizations One has Resigned which had led to the solution of A second court of inquiry is major problems scheduled to begin here Monday Then in sarcastic language he at 9 a m in NV A Gilleland's took up the problems which Molojustice of the peace court Cecil toy had listed in his speech as Burney J Fred Jones William having been solved The Korean M King and Billy E Lee assist- war he said was ended only after ants to the attorney general will U N forces had repelled comconduct questioning of several munistic aggression employes of geophysical firms Geneva Agreement who work for companies which It is indeed strange" he said allegedly rented equipment from to hear this triumph of collecstate inspectors Six men face tive security now hailed as proof grilling in the one-day hearing of the peace-loving character of Rudder said the first person to the aggressor and its supporters leave land office employment will If they had had their way we be A C Becker sports editor of would today be commemorating the Galveston News and part-time the fifth anniversary of the de-supervisor for the land office mise of the United Nations" "In fact" Rudder said "he al- Dulles said further: ready has resigned" The Indochina fighting was Rudder said five or six inspec- ended by a in Geneva tors' posts also will be vacated but only after the United States by July 1 and other nations made it clear The land commissioner refused that continued fighting might call to put the entire blame for irreg- for collective action within the ularities in the land office on the framework of the U N charter inspectors and supervisor The Austrian treaty should have "Itis my guess" he said "that been signed years ago but it was they are victims of a poorly su- delayed while one of its occupypervised system" Ico Sweeping Firings Turn to Dulles Talk on Page 10 Rudder was appointed to his office by Governor Shivers after former Land Commissioner Bas- THE WEATHER corn Giles refused last Jan 1 to take the oath of office for his (By the United States Weather Bureau) Turn to Shakeup on Page 10 THE INDEX MEMEINIMIN i 0 Immo Texas rapidly becoming research center In study of tor nadoes rage 13 Amusements 27 Comics-Crossword 28 Daily Word Game 9 Do It Yourself 42 Editorial Page 24 Financial-Oil 32 In Days of Davy Crockett 12 Obituaries 11 Radio-Television 26 Sports 29-31 Woman's World 16-17 SAN ANTONIO June 24 (IP) Five men were killed in two crashes of bombing planes near here Thursday Both aircraft were based at Randolph Air Force Base Four airmen were killed Thursday night when their B-29 bomber crashed a mile south of the base shortly after what Air Force spokesmen described as "a touch-and-go takeoff on a student transition mission" Two of the B-29 crewmen survived Both were hospitalized with burns and shock and their condition was not announced A B-57 twin jet bomber crashed earlier in the day killing Capt William P Brown 32 35I6th Student Training Squadron Randolph The mishap occurred about 16 miles north of San Antonio The Air Force Friday identified the I-29 dead as: Lt Col Willie G Woods Jr 34 aircraft commander ' whose wife resides at Randolph Village and whose father resides at Fort Worth Capt James S Crawford Jr 32 instructor-pilot of Jackson Heights N Y Second Lt Bobbie Gene Wyleft 22 co-pilot Troy Kan Staff Sgt Charles M Haw Sun sets Friday at 7:41 Sun rises Saturday at 5:22 Highest temperature Thursday 89 downtown 92 high a year ago 99 Lowest temperature Friday morning 71 downtown 73 low a year ago 78 Barometer 2997 steady Fort Worth and Vicinity—Partly cloudy and warm Friday afternoon through Saturday highest both afternoons in lower 90s lowest Friday night near 70 All of Texas—Partly cloudy Friday afternoon night and Saturday with isolated afternoon and evening thundershowers Not much change in temperatures Weather map on Page 22 Five rAlilled in 2 RIF Crashes thorne 30 instructor - engineer Chula Vista Cal Lt Col Willie G Woods Jr career Air Force officer who was killed Thursday in the crash of a B-29 near San Antonio was a native of Fort Worth and a graduate of North Side High School and Arlington State College He served with MacArthur in the Pacific Theater during World War II and had just completed a three-year duty tour in Italy this spring He visited his parents Mr and Mrs Willie G Woods of 1008 N W 16th here for two weeks last month en route to his new station at Randolph Air Force Base The parents had driven to San Antonio Thursday and were with him for an hour shortly before the fatal crash Survivors besides the parents include his wife the former Miss Jean Thompson daughter of Mr and Mrs IL S Thompson of 1201 Bonnie Brae a sister Mrs George D Black of 2034 Standifer: two uncles L A Woods of 2727 May and Charley Woods ot Dallas and six aunts Mmes Frank R Williams of 1424 S Adams Pauline Martin of 1425 S Adams Ben Allen of Abilene Frank Oir of Dallas Field Paul of Corsicana and W W Wadley of Chicago ICTS-Olicana tribune Service (COM—Chicago Daily New (NANA)-North American Newspanet Alliance SW V4Xt'Amfti:WMW Anion Giles Carter gave of his time money and the columns of the Star-Telegram to back the projects that made Fort Worth and West Texas grow and prosper during almost a half century In his widespread acquaint anceships with bankers statesmen industrialists government officials politicians royalty and just plain Joes—whether he was entertaining in Fort Worth New York Chicago or London—Carter lost no opportunity to "sell" Fort Worth and the vast empire to the west A sign that hung over his desk for many years containing these words "Most everybody can get results when kindly encouraged but give me the man who can get there in spite of hell" appeared to sum up his busy fruitful life His philosophy concerning Fort Worth and West Texas was summed up in a talk he made at an appreciation dinner given him by members of the Fort Worth Club on March 9- 1939: "Let's keep faith with Fort Worth and West Texas and we will realize the things we have dreamed of for our section If we really believe in something the battle's half won" At the same dinner T J Harrell then mayor of Fort Worth declared "his (Carter's) personality is so entwined in the destiny of Fort Worth that his very name is synonymous with it" — WISE COUNTY CABIN WAS HIS BIRTHPLACE On many occasions Carter said "A man can not live off of his community he must live with it" In 1950 when the Bowie Chamber of Commerce honored Carter in absentia (a previous' engagement prevented him from attending) Paul Donald chamber manager declared "He is one man who is bigger than he looks Amon Carter is the only man I have ever known who can live up to the most flowery introduction that anyone is capable of giving" A log house at Craton Wise County was his birthplace He was the son of William Henry and Josephine Carter The night be was born Dec 11 1879 was so cold the infant Carter and his mother were moved to a neighbor's farmhouse Carter was proud of his hardy heritage and delighted in telling AMON GILES CARTER on his 75th birthday Dec 11 1954 the story of his early struggles a story that made understandable the driving force he exerted in every undertaking with which he was associated The many honors that came his way were but the reflection of his untiring efforts for the causes in which he enlisted BOWIE BOARDING HOUSE JOB IN EARLIER DAYS Carter attended country school until he was 11 years old He was then thrown upon his own resources Deprived of a formal education he did much in later years to help provide educational facilities for others He took an early interest in the need for a great state school of higher learning in West Texas Personally and by the use of the columns of the Star-Telegram he campaigned for such an institution until Texas Technological College was built at Lubbock He served as Tech's first board chairman relinquishing that position in 1927 when he saw the college firmly established On May 27 1930 Tech conferred on him its first honorary degree doctor of laws Through the years Carter maintained a steadfast interest in Tech When the Lubbock school defeated Auburn in the 1954 'Gator Bowl game on New Year's Day he invited the coaches and team to be his guests en route home He enter-tamed them with a dinner and reception at Carter Field Ile also maintained a staunch stand in favor of Tech being admitted to membership in the Southwest Conference Carter's zeal for better educational facilities extended to the Fort Worth public school system Personally and through the Stark Telegrams Carter campaigned for the bond issues that resulted in the enlargement of the schools' plants In appreciation for his interest in public schools the Amon Carter Riverside High School was named for him Carter likewise took an active interest in the enlargement of Texas Christian University both in its school and athletic plants In appreciation TCU trustees named the football stadium for him One of Carter's earliest jobs was that of washing dishes and waiting on tables at Mrs Mollie A Fort Worth Owned Newspaper FORT WORTH TEXAS Where the West Begins FRIDAY JUNE 24 1955 FORTYTWO PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS 40(4:4J4130k fr ' : C Er arrC:--:::: 'fi'LLOD'Il'''''fri t al1 4 iSatill(tif8 —Rhea- Encert Photo Fait ' With Jarrett's boarding house in Bowie for $6 a month He amplified his earnings by carrying water to the largest general store in Bowie When fire destroyed the store young Carter asked and received permission to search the still-smoking ruins for anything of value remembering that a snuff manufacturer as an advertising feature had put a 5-cent rebate in each package Before other Bowie youngsters caught on Carter was $6 richer Carter took delight in recounting another of his early business ventures the selling of chickenand-bread sandwiches to passengers on Fort Worth & Denver Railway trains that stopped in Bowie And when chicken wasn't to be had Carter substituted rabbit meat hoping that his customers wouldn't detect the difference at least until after the train had pulled out of Bowie — PACKING PLANT BOOH LEADS TO FORT WORTH About 40 years later Carter sold a chicken-and-bread sandwich to a President of the United States when Franklin D Roosevelt stopped in Bowie on one of his railroad jaunts over the nation Roosevelt who had heard the story of Carter's youthful enterprise paid him a dime for the sandwich and Carter pocketed the coin just as he had dropped 1 dimes into his homespun britches many years before Convinced late in the nineties that he had gone as far as he could in Bowie Carter emigrated to Indian Territory While casting about for a means of providing himself with a livelihood he heard of a scheme that was beginning to become very popular—the peddling of framed pietures the bright gilt of the frame overshadowing the deficiencies of the pictures The head of one of these itinerant crews offered Carter a job as a picture salesman and Carter grabbed the offer In this venture I he first demonstrated his ability as a salesman for it wasn't too I long before he was earning $300 a week In fact he was making so much that the firm made him 1 sales manager California with its newness of opportunity beckoned and Carter answered the call Arriving in San Francisco which then was a thriving metropolis Carter oh tamed employment with what NYItnIFVFMIIPrf ---- -- --- 1144 lavaioria IAN Ea ma 11-4 L4 — I ONSI—Intomational Nowa Sondes I (NYT)—Nro Verb Ilmos 1AP)Asseclattd Prise (five Wires) Publisher Dies at Home After 2-Year Illness Funeral services for Amon Giles Carter will be conducted at 4 p m Saturday at First Methodist Church by Revs Gaston Foote and James K Thompson interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery The body will lie in state at the church from I to 4 p m Saturday Carter publisher of the Star-Telegram and board chair man of Carter Publications Inc which owns and operates the Star-Telegram and Radio-Television Station WBAP died at 8:20 p in Thursday at his home 1220 Broad He had been ill since suffering a heart attack Feb 26 1953 but during the last two years had managed to resume many of his business activities and to travel fairly extensively In April he attended the annual convention of the Amer ican Newspaper Publishers Association in New York and since his return had been confined to his home Ile is survived by his wife Mrs Minnie Aleacham Carter son Amon Carter Jr and daughter Mrs J Lee Johnson Their mother is Mrs Burton Carter of Fort Worth Other survivors are a sister Mrs Addie Brooks Covington Ky three half brothers Roy E Carter Kermit Grady Carter San Antonio and Ralph Carter Houston and five grand children Mrs Ilugo Speck a daughter of his marriage to Mrs Zetta Thomas Carter now of Chicago died in Dallas Sept 1 1952 Pallbearers will be his associates at the Star-Telegram: Bert N Honea James M North Harold V Hough James R Record Phil R North George Woodman Frank S Ben-eke Horace Jewell S W Blakeslee Mabry Wray L W Culver Sr Ray Lee Clyde Millican Walter M Claer Guy E Vance George Cranston and Frank Dye Messages of Condolences Pour in From Government Business Friends Messages from his friends from all parts of the nation flowed into Fort Worth Friday to the family of Amon Carter From Woodville: The state and all of its citizens have lost a valued friend To know the true Amon Carter was to love him He was a Texan through and through in the true sense of the word with the drive and personality to do great things for his beloved Fort Worth and then was considered one of the largest advertising agencies on the West Coast When one of the San Francisco newspapers ran a map of the city a feature unique in those days but on which ace peared all of the principal buildings as well as the streets on which they were located Carter clipped the map and tucked it away in his belongings little dreaming what it would mean to him a few years later hundreds of miles from California Just as he had been lured to California by its opportunities so Carter returned to Texas for the same reason Ile learned that Fort Worth to which he had looked as "the city" when he lived in Bowie was booming because of the location here of the plants of Swift & Company and Armour & Company firmly establishing the community as the livestock capital of the Southwest Ile decided to east his lot with Fort Worth Since advertising had been his business in California Carter decided to continue it here his firm Texas Advertising and Manufacturing Company had for its principal objective the publication of an indexing telephone directory Carter owned the patent on it Another line was advertising cards in street cars Although he was his firmts only employe and despite the cramped quarters he occupied Carter decided he needed a typewriter if for no other reason than "just to make an impression" as he put it - — ALL ADVERTISING IN FIRST ISSUE SOLD BY CARTER When a typewriter salesman called on him Carter proudly told him of his patented phone directory and the salesman in turn impressed with the newness of such an idea let Carter in on a new venture he had just heard about—the saturating of buffalo chips with crude oil pressing the mixture into bricks and selling them for fuel Impressed by the fuel idea Carter turned up at the stockyards just as a demonstration was being made of the chips-andoil idea Also there to watch the demonstration were a couple of young newspapermen ho had interested themselves with some others in the idea of starting publication of an afternoon newspaper in opposition to the then-existing Fort Worth Telegram for his state His benevolent and charitable heart knew no bounds yet his wonderful humanitarian work was little known I will miss him as a close personal friend and advisor ALLAN SHIVERS Governor of Texas - From San Augustine: It is with great regret and a deep sense of loss that I learn of the death of Amon Carter I am City West Te Carter and the two budding publishers got together in conversa tion while watching the compressed fuel bricks burn and the upshot of it was that Carter sold the two D C Mc Caleb and A G Dawson on his selling ability So when the Fort Worth Star was born Feb 1 1906 Carter was the advertising manager The first issue consisted of 1430 inches of advertising spread over 16 pages all of which was sold by Carter who not only was the advertising manager but was also the whole advertising sales staff Forty-three years later on Oct 30 1949 the Star-Telegram published its largest issue—a Centennial Edition in observance of Fort Worth's 100th birthday In that gigantic Issue of 480 pages Carter sold 37840 inches or 220 full-page ads SALARY WAS REDUCED AT ILLS OWN REQUEST About six weeks after the Fort Worth Star made its debut Carter was in a stock broker's offiee when over a leased wire came the first word of the dev astating San Francisco earthquake and fire Carter rushed to the Star with the information and ss ithin a few minutes the paper had an "extra" on the streets NV ith Carter selling them up one side and down the other of Main Street Crabbing another bundle he boarded an inter urban train and within an hour was selling Fort Worth Star "extras" on the streets of Dallas Thus the Star had scooped its Fort Worth competitor and a Dallas newspaper on one of the greatest stories of the time In between trips to the office for more papers Carter remembered the map of San Francisco Retrieving it from his files a cut was made resulting in readers of the final edition having a graphic description for those days of the scope of damage done since all public buildings which were either damaged or destroyed were marked on the map Before he entered the newspaper business Carter had acquired a diamond weighing 3 3132 carats In later years he told how the diamond had to be "hocked" several times to meet the Star's then meager payroll He also delighted in recalling i that the $33 a week salary he wrvftramwT -- EVENING STORES TO CLOSE Flags Flown At Half Staff For Carter Flags flew at half staff here Friday in tribute to Amon Carter Among them were Stars and Stripes at TCU the Fort Worth Club Hotel Texas Amon Carter Field the Star-Telegram and WBAP TCU announced it will dismiss classes Saturday Downtown stores will close Saturday during the funeral Lionel Bevan Sr president of the Fort Worth Retail Merchants Association announced A $100 contribution to the StarTelegram's Free Milk and Ice Fund was made Friday by Charles W St Clair 3712 Crest line Rd "in memory of Amon G Carter THINK IT OVER 8 H M STAN11111 Happiness freedom and wealth are attained in pro- portion as we give them to others grateful to have known him as a friend Viewed against the background of his early years the vast panorama of his career cart bt seen in all of its dramatic outline replete with struggle triumph and unselfish service to his community state and nation May we always be blessed with men of such stature as Mr Carter who are willing to fight for freedom of expressing their philosoTurn to Messages on rage 5 insisted upon when he went to work for the paper had to be reduced to $20 because as he put it "it was touch easier to cash a check on the Star for $20 than one for $35" But 33 months after the birth of the Star Carter induced the late Col Paul Waples to finance the purchase of the opposition Telegram The combined Star and Telegram which soon became the Star-Telegram took over the Telegram's plant at 8th and Throckmorton Streets the Star moving from its 23-by400 foot location at 6th and Commerce With the purchase Carter became business manager as well as advertising manager and 14 years later in 1923 succeeded Louis J Wortham who had been president since the Star's beginning and was an equal partner Wortham also was the first editor Along with the 1923 change Carter also became publisher A year before Wortham's retirement Carter had joined with some temerity other owners of the Stan Telegram in authorizing the expenditure of $3013 for the establishment of a radio station WBAP which today along with WRAP-TV occupies handsome facilities in the east part of Fort Worth a far cry from the cramped quarters the radio station first occupied in the newpaper building The Star-Telegram only a short while before starting the radio venture had moved into its new building at 7th and Taylor FULL MEASURE GIVEN TO CIVIC UNDERTAKINGS About the time the Star-Telegram moved into its new building William Randolph Hearst entered the Fort Worth newspaper field with the purchase of the Fort Worth Record the only morning paper in the city In 1923 at the urging of a Hearst executive Carter made a hurried trip to California Upon his return he announced that he had purchased the Record This transaction on Nov 1 1923 led to the Star-Telegram entering the morning newspaper field giving readers around the clock nevs Along with his multitudinous duties with the newspaper Carter always found time to give full measure to many civic undertakings Among his earliest such under I Turn to Carter Death ea tare — li k $4 1 ' 41 1 li h --11111MINONVrrovrItyrevmsrrlrnrrylvtlpgrirrernerwto ImmurgrolmrpsirwmSirwArgwwtrivrr9pmermlo!rotrylytrritemprormrtr Imronsponompgfillfrqt '-'"rilfPIPIRVIStklTrVIVVIPSOFTFRWellrfittFVFMIIPrInPIFerrI7PFTIVM-"FlyOriPPItrxirterWelnPRIFfirMylrl"PrWRPM011-MrerVIItprkIMI 111111100110 Wrjrirrowypwrwomq 71rvIr!somwtrwqrrwrwipmemrrx rt-rmr 1:r-----r- 4- ---- Irr' PP r!0114111-r - r T-"----1 i-1-::--:: ::-- -- -f -:!- :::1-t ' 7--:' '--- -:---f' -'' ''' -r---t--:i-42-1-1?-:1 -'f' 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A second co scheduled to 1) at 9 a m in justice of the I Burney J Fr( King and B ants to the attc conduct questi employes of who work for allegedly rente state inspector grilling in the s Rudder said leave land offic be A C Becke the Galveston Is --- supervisor for "In fact" Rt ready has resig Rudder said tors' posts RIS1 1 by July 1 1 The land con to put the entii ularities in the inspectors and "It is my gly they are victin pervised syster ico Sw eel Rudder was office by Gove former Land ( COM Giles refu take the oath Turn to Sh THE Texas rapt( search center nadoes Page Amusements Comics-Crosswc Daily Word Ga Do It Yourself Editorial Page Financial-Oil In Days of Day Obituaries Radio-Televisio Sports Woman's Wort( Folic 2 A SAN ANTOT Five men we crashes of bon here Thursday based at Ran Base Four airmen day night whet er crashed a I base shortly aft spokesmen des1 and-go takeoff sition mission' Two of the vived Both with burns am condition was A B-57 twin j earlier in the William P Bro dent Training dolph The mist 16 miles north The Air Fol lied the I-29 e Lt Col Wil 34 aircraft ci wife resides at and whose fatt Worth Capt James t 1 32 instructor- Heights N Y ' t Second Lt lert 22 co-pilc Staff Sgt 44 Wil taff tall here )n Carter tars and - - r -1 r-1 ri —: a11 LT—I --i---1:1 r-Tel j ‘‘ A if l 11 — - 173 1E7 431 y z II kk) Eli-7i ti ‘ p) ti rid rl Tit-72 Atli riv-fl ‘ 't ' 'l t i l' At 1 il ) '''''-- I 1i MI 1 fa I : 1 ' 1f - - - El 1-4 ‘:i Li t 1 Li 1-1 14 L1 L2 Li LI leA 1 - 4 4 gL4 LA La ''I ' ' 1 SEVENTY-FIFTH YEAR NO 144 FORT WORTH TEXAS Where the West Begins FRIDAY JUNE 24 1955 FORTY-TWO PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS 4 4 Dulles 71'ells q":) Arls 0 ri n 0 tow ta u n rt C) LYJ ro cal soviet: to :di usi: Fo:ce 13 0 pc) te Uzfl 0 flD 4 Nlir : — i7:7"-7-'''''77---f - mrrTr!77:-7-: 77 Ir7i t--:f:?:-:i-:: : z7:::: :-'"":si:::::::::::-::::::-:: - --- :::E::::::::-:i --:e' 'f-:!:-:::::::!:'!-44i:)--:P 1:t 'Pi '''''''i ! 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