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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                1 North low i Daily Newspaper ar the Th nwpoptr thor moke oil North lowons neighbors LOBE Home Edition VOL104 Full MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 27 tlOc Paper ConiUU of Two SectloiwStetion No 41 Wesley crash kills two expel airmen renew charges Repeat spying claims Agree to new flying proposal HELMSTEDT Germany AP The Russians Friday freed two US airmen whose jet recon naissance plane was shot down by a Soviet fighter over East Germany March 10 Both ap peared to be in good health Comnitinist East Germany asserted they were after the United States gave as surances that strict orders had been issued to prevent a recur rence of air violations An an nouncement repeated a Soviet charge the plane was spying a charge denied by Washington Released after 17 days of US diplomatic pressure were CaptvDavid I Holland 35 Hol land Minn and Capt Melvin J Kessler 30 Philadelphia Their companion Lt Harold Welch 24 Detroit was re leased March 21 AH three pcrachuted when their twinengine RB66 pene tratedsZO miles toto EastGerm any a training flight and was shot down Welch wai in jured in fv Holland and vwer handed over at pjri am CST to at the Western Allies check point at Helmstedt on the East Germar frontier There was no announcement of where they had been held Welch had been confined in a Soviet hospital at Magdeburg 120miles southr west of Berlin In JoHnson City Tex Pres ident Johnson expressed grati fication that the fliers were re leased and that this matter has been sensibly settled Kesslers mother Mrs Abra ham Kessler exclaimed in Philadelphia that she was very very happy he was re leased by East Germany today on the eve of Passover happy relieved that theaffair is wound up and that David is safe Ambrose Holland Sr father of the other flier said in Holland Minn The official East German news agency the RB66 carried an apparatus for talking pictures from the air and a special apparatus for conducting military investiga tions with radiot e c h n i c a 1 means Therefore the agency said it is clear that the plane was on a spy flight The US Air Force said all along its air control officers were trying to make contact with the plane until it was shot down and has indicated East German jamming stations may have knocked out its ra dio The Globe 4 City raws 47 Latmt markets 7 mws fW 1112 Comics 1J Ckar mws 14 Transit U Clatmfied 1417 North Iowa II North Iowa Weather outlook warmer m fctvrrfay partly cloudy warmer in The Loebig vehicle was hit broadside by the VanderPIoeg tation wagon as the Loebig itation wagon crossed Highway 60 from a county gravel road READY FOR EASTER Mr and Chalifour and their 12 daughters line up in the yard of their Andover Mass home to display their Easter clothes The outfits were all made by Mrs Chahfour Left to right Itathy 2 Anne 4Bren2aTl l if IAU XT it t f 3 j Mary Elaine 6 Nancee 8 15 JFK book will open qt gay White House party WILLIAM MANCHESTER Good Friday Passover fall on same day NEW YORK WGood Fri day saddest day of the Chris tian calendar and the start of Passover the Jewish festi val marking the Uberation of the Israelites Ifrom Egyptian bondage coincided i Friday Protestant Catholic thodox churches are services in observance of the three hours of the Crucifixion Passover which emphasizes religious freedom begins at sundown It will be observed by Orthodox and Conserva tive Jews for eight days and by Reform Jews for seven WASHINGTON AP The Nov 20 judiciaryreception in authoritative book on t events the White House and conclude surrounding John F Kennedys it with Mrs Kennedys recep assassination will open with a tion of foreign dignitaries there gay White House reception and on Nov close with the Presidents widow funeral receiving foreign dignitaries five days later in the black draped executive mansion It will be written by William Manchester during the next three tc five years Mrs John J Kennedy personally selected him for the job she had never met him a family announcement said Thursday Manchester managing editor of the Wesleyan University SEOUL Korea Press at Middletown Conn is dentChung Hee Parkrecalled tVi n AU I i f the author of Portrait of President a book on Kennedy published in 1962 Mrs Kennedy members of the slain Presidents family President Johnson and eyewit nesses to the Nov 22 slaying of Kennedy in Dallas ill be in terviewed for the book Kennedy hopes the book will be the authoritative story of her husbands death Manchester said Thursday he plans to open the book with the Singer freed by Russians BERLIN G a b r i e 11 e Hammerstein a New York sing er has been released from pris on in Communist East Germany a US spokesman announced Friday denied by court A three judge Federal Court panel Fri day denied a petition of inter vention in a case in which the court ordered the Iowa Legislature trict The court told Hhe intervenbrs that their came top late and that it cannpt clarify its order settbig grpii rid rutes for the reapportionment It deniedSeris D C Ndaii RIowa City Richard Turner Bluffs and A V Dor an RBooni the right to pre sent evidence In support of the request for interyemtion US Circuit Judgei Mairtin Van Opsterhout of City told the senators lawyers for the intervenors that the court has heard all the Evidence of fered on both sides and feels that lib purpose Wjould be served in allowing further testimony He added that there is a matter of urgency in the reap portkfoment struggle since the legislature is in a special ses sion to accomplish it The court also heard argu ments by Robert Hard attorney for three county auditors who have filed notice of appeal to the US Supreme Court from the order of the court panel in support of a stay of execution until the appeal is completed No decision washanded down immediately on this request xVAtty Gen Ipvan Hultman also presented arguments in support of his request that the coUrt act quickly to approve the temporary reapportionment plan adoped by the legislature last week Hultman said he felt the tem porary apportionment plan is as fine a job hammered out on it 1 WIKJ wi maniug iw the anvil of legislative procesmany concessions to the Japan ses as is humanly possible withese and demand hie the had to operate He said he believes the plan meets all the tests that it must meet and urged the court to ert court does not s status of the Nov 25 after Kennedys eral South Korea acts to hea in rift his personal representative from Japan Friday in an attempt to quiet students demonstrating against the Tokyo talks to im prove relations between Japan and South Korea In Tokyo Japanese govern ment spokesmen said the de parture of Kim Chongpil Parks righthand man and top troubleshooter would not af fect the talks Park recalled Kim as about 30000 students demonstrated Friday against the negotiations to patch up longtime enmity be tween the two nations The turnout about 7000 youths in Seoul and the rest scattered among 12 provincial towns was less than half the size of the outpouring Thurs day when more than 60000 students marched In government circles where the demonstrations are a pain fulreminder of an aroused younger generation that toppled President Syngman Rhee four years was hope that the public displays might be tapering off Much of Seoul resembled an armed camp Wooden barri cades 8 feet high strung with barbed wire blocked streets around the complex of govern ment buildings and Parks hill side mansion A cordon of troops and police reinforced the perimeter Abcvt JM wear ing thetraditional black uni n i m which these men Park has promised a settlement number of only most favorable to us HUNT FOR PLANE f of peared in jungled mounts n teral of marines who had Iowa ma very state rain near the Laotian frontier posted Ground the building Photofax MUD IN YOUR EYE Michele Stuto 10 Albany helps wipe mud off brothers Michael 13 center and Salvatore 11 after the two became trappedin a pond near a hospital while rescuing two younger brothers Nicky 6and from the goo Firemen who pulled ojut the older boys lost their boots in the mud Sitin strikers moved by Brazil ion army trucks np BULLETIN presidential palace announced Friday sailors and marines who took part in a twoday sitin strike in a downtown I building were be ing moved away by army trucks to headquarters of the 1st Guard Battalion V RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil 3000 rebellious sailors and marines spent their second night holed up in adown town building after Silvio Moto Brazilian navy minister resign ed from office for failing to get them out Mota handed in his tioh Thursday night after failing to persuade the dissident enlist ed men to end their sitin strike which began Wednesday night in support of a marine corporal ordered arrested for political activities Rear Adm Luis Filipe Sinai appointed commander of the marine corps only Thursday by D i spending Easter at his ranch at St Joseph Catholic Church a palace i n n i Sao Borja and there was no in dication that he planned to come to Rio The rebels yelled to onlookers that they were staying put to prevent the arrest of Cpl Jose Anselmo whose arrest had been ordered for violating service regulations forms of high school students tried to tear down a barricade strung across the broad avenue in front of the capitol This touched off a 10minute clash Mota told newsmen he also with police in which one youth Planned to resign was bloodied by a flying club Government BSjy ap Student groups have accused peared to be to wait for the dis Kim Chongpil sent to Japan to sidents to tire of their strike expedite the recently renewed and leave the building volun negotiations of making too tarilyout of hunger if r else There was believed to be demanded his recall no in the building and a the men shouted from windows We are starv ing The governments apparent i a SAIGON Viet Nam ff A decision to take no action that began Friday for an might provoke a crisis spotter plane with two U S armed forces was President Joao Goularf wa Victims are North lowans WESLEY Two North lowans were killed and hree otherswere injured when two stationwagoris col cled a mile southeast of here Thursday afternoon Dead are Mrs Herman Marie VanderPIoeg 44 sanawha and Dennis Flaherty 17 Wesley Injured were Herman VanderPIoeg 44 and his laughter Catherine ioth of Kanawha and Rich ird A Loebig 16 Wesley Mrs VanderPIoeg was a assenger in a 1961 station vagon driven byher husband vlaherty was a passenger in a 958 station wagon driven by R un i according to Ralph Lindhorst An Air ForceB47 jet bomber Kossuth County sheriff who incrashed and burned on takeoff Tfiett 4L 11 f r vestigated the accident Highway Patrolman with Bird Algona The Loebig station wagon Had been traveling west on the rom Little Rock Aiir Forci Charles Base Friday lolling all four members and injuring two youths youths were playing in a ii u v L 111 c f j 411 a gravel road and the Vanderbatri into which the plane crashed They were taken to a Jacksonville hospital The bod es of the crewmen were re overed Capt Douglas Wood chief of he information office at the air base said the plane on a normal training mission flamed out about a mile down the run way and came almost straight down He said it looked like a sec tion of the tail broke or burned off Ploeg vehicle was traveling south on the highway There is a stop sign at the intersection or cars on the gravel road Lindhorst said There were no eyewitnesses to the accident VanderPIoeg and Loebig both were listed in fair condition a a Britt hospital Friday Vander Ploeg suffered a concussion and head lacerations Loebig suffered several fractured ribs and internal injuries Catherine VanderPIoeg suffered severe bruisesbut was released from the hospital Friday The two Wesley boys were on heir way home from play pr a c ice at the time of the accident They are juniors at Garrigan 3igh School Algona Richard is the son of Mr and Mrs Al Loe big and Dennis was the son o Mr and Mrs Paul Flaherty Both families live on farm near the scene of the accident This was the second fata accident to occur on a roa bordering Hancock Count within a week Tuesday a IE yearold Ventura boy Marli Furness was killed when a ca driven by his brother with a school bus on a road be tween Hancock and Cerr Gordo counties Thetwo latest fatalities will be charged to Kossuth Count since the accident occurred on the west side of the road sep arating Kossuth and Hancock Funeral arrangements fo Mrs VanderPIoeg are pending at Carter Funeral Home Kana wha Services for Dennis Flahertj will be Monday at am a Wesley Burial will be in St Joseph Cemetery Visitation wil be at the Blake Funeral Horn Saturday from to 5 pm The Rosary will be said in Parish Hall Saturday at pm and Sunday at 8 and pm Surviving are his parents and a brother Larry 91yearold man held in slayings MUSCATINE AP A 91 yearold man was held Friday in connection with the pistol slaying of his elderly wife and her sister at their home in the nearby little town of Moscow Muscatine County Sheriff Richard Oppelt quoted short stocky William Gebhart as say ing that his wife Sarah 76 and his sisterinlaw Miss Anna Yarbrough 80 chased him with butcher knives during an argu ment over money Thursday aft ernoon The sheriff said Gebhart re lated that he took refuge in a back room of the seven room house where the three lived and came out with a 32caliber re volver firing in selfdefense Gcbhavt and his wife were marred about 14 years ago ac cording to neighbors in the small town 12 miles north of here He was her second mis band Gebhart had been planning trip to Montana officials wer told One neighbor said she heard a loud argument going on in the house an3 then gunfire Mrs Gebhaft staggered out o the house and collapsed Dr V W Swayze county medical ex aminer said she died of hulle holes in the cheeks chest an abdomen Miss Yarbrough wa found on a floor of the house Gebhart walked to a neigh bors and asked that the sheriff be called It was shortly afte 5 pm The elderly man was brough to the police station here fo quest1 ning Mrs Gebhart had three chi dren by her first marriage He unmarried sister lived with Ih Gebharls 4 killed in crash of jet JACKSONVILLE Ark W of the deadwere withheld pending notification of nextof kin Jimmy Sizemore manager of radio station KGMR Jack sonville who was on the scene said explosions were coming from theburning wreckage The air force said no nuclear weapons were aboard the stra tegic air command plane The youths injured were Ricky Butler 9 and Gary Davenport 9 They were ser iously burned Chopin man injured in 2car mishap D Oeh lert Chapin is in satisfactory condition at a Mason City hos pital following an accident on Highway 65 about am Friday Oehlerts car was being pulled by a car driven by his father miles south of Sheffield Thinking the car had started they both pulled off the high way onto the shoulder The rear car was still partially on the highway when it was struck From behind by a car driven by Fred W Markham 27 Clarion All the cars were headed north Passengers in the Markham car were Mrs Markham Mr and Mrs Myron Hackbarth Marion and their son Gayland Mrs Hackbarth suffered leg lacerations Hackbarth has un determined neck injuries Both were treated at the Hampton hospital Mr and Mrs Mark ham and Gayland Hackbartb were not injured The accident was investigated by Highway Patrolman Carl Condon Hampton and Lee Lemke Franklin County sher iff WONT CHECK SMOKING ROME WVThe Food and Ag riculture Organization doubts that recent reports on the ef fect of smoking on health will check the steady upward trend in consumption of tobacco SAME   

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