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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 12, 1964, Mason City, Iowa Report slaying suspect seen in Owatonha CWATONNA Minn tpnna police said a man be lieved the one sought in an Iowa slaying was picked up by a mo torist near Owatonna early Wed nesday and dropped off at the junction of highways 52 and H near Rochester Police said the man apparent ly answered the description of Doyle Hileman 30 charged in the killing Tuesday of his step daughter 16yearold Diane Mc Connell The girl was knocked down and shot on her way to school in DCS Moincs Several police checked a re port Ilileman might be headed for the Brainecd area In DCS Moines a story of ill feeling between the girl and her stepfather unfolded as police searched for Hileman on a war rant charging him with murder ing the girl Mrs Hileman the girls moth er said tension over Diane seemed to have been building up in her estranged husband in a strange way This had been going on for several years before the couple separated about a month ago the mother said Hileman 30year old sales man fled in his 1959 car and eluded a widespread manhunt that extended as far as southern Minnesota Mrs Hileman said that her daughter a junior at DCS Moines Tech resented the hus bands efforts to discipline her When he tried to correct her Diane didnt accept the pun ishment said the 32yearold mother He was after her all of the DIANE HILEMAN time about little things she re lated And Diane she added felt that Hileman was depriv ing her of her friends Hileman had moved out of the home in northwest Des Moines but continued to visit there But the mother disclosed that he kept notes about things that happened and said Hileman ap peared mentally depressed over Diane One of the notes she related concerned Dianes refusal to ride in her stepfathers dirty old car a pink 1959 Dodge which caused Minnesota police to search around Emmons and Albert Lea late Tuesday on a report that such a car had been seen there One citizen told p o 1 i ce he had seen the car with Hilemans Jasper County license plates Emmons but officers found no trace of it Detective Chief E Dale Allen of Des Moines said a receipt for a gun had been found among Hilemans effects and Mrs Hile man disclosed that he had pur chased it on Jan 14 two days after they separated The slaying cast gloom over students at Des Moines Tech They learned about it shortly after she failed to appear for classes Dianes home room teacher James Drummond Jr said the girl was extremely popular Her c 1 as s m at e s were he said Allen said police did hot know how many shots were fired at Diane but the county medical examiner said three bullet wounds penetrated her lungs Services for Diane will be held at 4 pm Friday at Dunns Fu MURDER Please turn to page 2 North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 104 Associated Press Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12 1964 UOc a Paper Consists of Four One No 3 families leave Photofax BEETLES MEET A LADY Lady Ormsby Gore wife of the British Ambassador to Vhe tlnited States stands with Ringo Starr center ancTPaiil McCart ney two members of the Beatles British rock and roll quartet who were guests at the British Embassy in Washington Man dn rear is unidentified The Beatles had earlier mjadfean appearance with their act at bottom photos Rights bill is attacked Gross Jensen discuss vote WASHINGTON AP Two Iowa Republican congressmen who voted against the civi rights bill said Wednesday the measure violates the constitu tional rights of Americans Rep Ben Jensen of Exira ant R Grossof Waterloo both Republicans outlined their rea ons for voting against the measure Jensen said If this bill is made the law f our land the very people it cks too benefit will soon learn has done untold harm to all people regardless of race olor or creed by placing every merican under dictatorial fed ral control to a far greater de ree than we are experiencing t the present time Let us think ahead for a mo icnt to the time when good pa iotic Americans nationwide Photofax BEATLES SEND THEM Squealing and scream ing girls displayed these expressions while listening to the yeah yeah music of Englands shaggy haired Beatles in the Washington Coliseum George Ball meets Cypriot chief in bid to settle rift rights I would not be opposed to a civil rights bill that didnt in my opinion violate the US Constitution but we had no op NICOSIA Cyprus AP The conference took place a portunity to vote for a bill to le RUBY COURTROOM WHERE PICTURES ARE This is the scene in the courtroom as Mrs Doris Warner facingcamera testifies in re sponse to questions by Defense Attorney Joe Tona hill standing with back to Picture was taken throughthe glass in the doorway of the room i Photofax in the Jack Ruby change of venue hearing is taking place District Judge Joe B on the bench has ruled that no pictures may be taken inside the courtroom Mrs Warner managed an apartment where Jack Ruby once lived vill be accused of discriminat ng against a person be he or he white or colored brought nto court fined or jailed for ex rcising the greatest of all our Ltnerican rights and privileges ne right to choose our associ tes in business be they em loyees or employers When that right to choose is ienied our people be they white colored and the federal gov ernment dictations take prece lent over the civil rights laws jf the states then many states ights as provided by our US Constitution become mere craps of paper and a forerun WASHINGTON For 25 1 minutes and 3500 chosen words President Johnson held forth on such a sweep of subjects as beliyachers and bathrooms LB j discusses waste Cuba defense rights light bill peace and Since he poverty was talking to field officers of the Internal Revenue Service he also mentioned tax payers and tax collectors But that was just a starting point for a ramble through domestic and foreign fields Along the way there were cracks at critics of his handling of foreign policy and assuranc es that we are a much beloved people throughout the service and his regard for his Treasury secretary Also Cuba Laos Vienna So viet Premier Khrushchev Red hina Panama the US plane shot down over East Germany Viet Nam changes in 50 of the worlds 113 governments Dwight D Eisenhower foreign aid And a conclusion that We cant be satisfied with yester day Tomorrow is going to be a better world for all of our peo ple The President started out us ng notes typed on cards ran out of those then kept going in chatty offhand fashion Some things he said Taxpayers are people Tax es must be collected efficiently courteously and honestly Every man is king in the ballot box It took us 40 days and nights to pare and prune the budget My mother always had some pin money hid under the pil low Put yourselves in the place of he other fellow in considering poverty and discrimination One of the great ladies that I lave known is kind of chief of staff of our house She has been with us 20 years she is a col ege graduate but when she comes from Texas to Washing on she never knows where she can get a cup of coffee She never knows when she can go to a bathroom ier to the abolition of all states Gross said that we arc respected and ap preciated regardless of what rights To that I refuse to be a S0me of the bellvachers sav party The President held forth in the East Room of the White House The bill outlaws trial by jury in contempt cases under two ti constitutional Tuesday on home election day wife mother the Golden Rule three national defense the budget waste poverty civil les It violates rights of states to set voter qualifications It provides forjrightsTurning threejudge courts in the voting rights section plus permitting the attorney general to shop for judges and avoid district court judges he doesnt want It tortures the Constitution It is destructive of human dersecretary of State George Ball and British envoy Cyril Pickard called on President Ma karios Wednesday to present the latest USBritish plan to land an international peace keeping force on Cyprus Ball hurried to the meeting shortly after he arrived from Turkey on his flying peace mis sion North Iowa Weather outlook Mostly cloudy with snow flurries and colder Wednesday night lows in mid 20s De creasing cloudiness and colder Thursday highs in upper 20s Weather details en page 2 fighting between Greek and Provide that citizens of this Turkish communities flared Country be givcn the right to anew in the south coastal city of Limassol 38 miles southwest of Nicosia At least one Greek Cypriot policeman was killed a palace spokesman said A spokesman for the Greek Cypriot president said the talks will decide whether Makarios will take the case to the United Nations If they arc considered unsatisfactory a special Greek Cypriot delegation probably will be sent to UN headquarters in New York later this week Ball told newsmen he hoped to have full discussions with Sarah Goodge at 102 ui i DES MOINES Goodgc 102 night She stroke last Sarah Tuesday had suffered a fall and had been Lakers will heard on future Interstate route FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES AMES Clear Lake area res idents were assured Wednesday Result of water dispute Dependents asked to depart WASHINGTON AP The Defense Department announced Wednesday that no more fami of military people or civilian be sent to Guantanamo and dependents now here will be brought home gradually over the next two years Asst Secretary of Defense Arthur Sylvester announced this action as a further stepirTttie process of making the Guan ianamo Naval Base entirely selfsufficient and to improve the garrison posture of the forc es there There are about 3000 depend ents now on the base which has been subjected to new Cuban pressure in the form of a cut off of fresh water normally coming from a river pumping station outside the base Sylvester said that stripping the base of wives and children will make Guantanamo a little more ready Dependents now on station will be returned to the US at the normal expiration Of their sponsors regular tours of duty The White House light bill is down from 55000 to a month You go back home and see how much electricity you can save in the building in which you work We have problems in the world but I have seen times when the skies were grayer We cannot expect to mash a button and have our wishes ried out all over this globe Even in our own country we do not see everything alike If we did we would all want the same that would be a Sylvester told a news confer ence Since all military tours pres ently are for a period of two years and no extensions will be ranted to persons with depend ents on station there will prob ably be no dependents remain ing on the base by early To minimize the time of fam ily separations Sylvester said future military tours at Gaun tanamo will be shortened to a year or less as has been done in the past for unaccompanied military personnel at remote bases There was no indication that civilian employes at Guantana Commission Chairman Harry Problem wouldnt it Bradley Jr DDcs Moines told the thal will be heard before Uc vote Moreover we ought to have a law that protects the honest voters of the country against crooked elections and vote frauds Newsmen watch as two perish FORT WALTON BEACH Fla WVTwo hundred newspapermen and foreign military bedfast since Mrs Goodye made her home with her daughter Mrs Anna McCann in Des Moines during the winter and at Lake Cornelia near Clarion in the summer She had been active until she suffered the stroke late last fall Inside The Globe through northern Iowa A Clear Lake delegation peared before he commission Wednesday in an attempt toj saw a B26 bomber personnel crash in flames Tuesday night during a demonstration at Eglin Force Base The crew of Air two Makarios and Vice President Editorials delegation that you seem avc more information than we do about the proposed al fmal rvposal 1S roulc of Intcrstatc 35 of Interstate 35j Rradlcy sak he commission ap Idea man gets 500 each day PRINCETON N J is merely studying the cost Johnsons new idea man is males at the present time andigetting about 500 letters a clay to his request for learn more about the proposed highway routing on i would be held before any change i I vmw JJC1VI Uv r i i t 1 be made several plans under study Society news 151617 Sports Earl O Berge superintendent of schools for the district said commission workmen have been taking soil samples in the area and residents of the district were fearful that Interstate 35 would cuttthrough the district Berge said if this route were followed about 50 of the 85 sec tions in the school district would be on the east side of the super Berge restated a position Wed CLEAR LAKE Please turn to page 2 Fazil not t a Turkish he craft fcl1 grotesquely to a Tuikish Cypcarth m an opln fidd lwo urom the shocked spectators mghway while the school would news 2122 be oh the west side Borgc said that lhcre would Clear Lake news 2627jbe only a limited number of North Iowa news crossing the interstate Mason Cty news 3233 highway and this would compli has not reached any decisionjin response changing the route In any ldcas he said a public hearing Pmf Gold 1 m a n of Princeton University was appointed by Johnson last week to keep new ideas flowing nto the White House The pro iessor said he has been opening letters ever since In an interview Tuesday Goldman said about 20 per cent offer impractical suggestions 25 per cent are serious sugges tions by experts in various fields 50 per cent are good pro posals from educated citizens who are not expert in the field about which they write and the remaining 5 per cent contain personal appeals for money Transit timetable 37 Classified pages 3738 cate the transportation of chil dren SAME Ping Means Traffic Death lit Fist 31 Hours NEW LIGHT DIES YORK UP James Light 69 who staged most of Eugene ONeills died Tuesday early plays mo will be limited in the dura tion of their working tours as will the military Sylvester disclosed that sev eral hundred Cuban nationals who have been working on the base have been fired Overall there have been about 3000 Cu ban workers on the base Syl vester said he could not state how many more would be fired Mrs Ford gets divorce from noted car maker FAIRFIELD Idaho Mrs Anne McDonnell Ford 44 was granted a divorce Wednesday from Henry Ford II chairman of the board of the Ford Motor Co Dist Judge Charles Scoggfn granted the divorce to the so cially prominent Mrs Ford in proceedings that took only 20 minutes Mrs Ford then returned to Sun Valley about 70 miles from this southcentral Idaho town where she has been staying while establishing t h c six weeks residence requirement for divorce Grounds for the divorce not disclosed
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