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Lima Star (Newspaper) - March 25, 1966, Lima, Ohio IfeWEATKR cfeudr ceM Mostly clevdy Md warmer Saturday with of MARCH 1966 4 Cli feared Alpine Team Struggles On Bv ANDUCK BOBOWIEC KLEINE Swft AP Clouds parted briefly oner bliuardswept revealing four men atniggling upward about ISO feet Mow tbe there had been fear for thek after hours had without contact by ra The our are members of the Alpine team striving to the summit by way of the sheer north face despite plummeting tempera and bowling The summit never has been reached Iron the north The four were spotted by Mescope from observation Point in the Heine Scheidegg But as a German ob server counted the a doud shrouded the mountain again obscuring A tour man relief group was M the way up to establish con The relief team left Kfeine SebeideBg Pass abortly after after U hours had elapsed any radio contact with the men on Eigers north The five had halted for the on a windswept glacier within 200 feet of tbe summit The relief party hoped to come near the summit by the com parativdy easy west side But the temperatures Bearing 40 Police Action Saves Pair Held Hostage and the wind esti mated at 100 even that venture involved dead Anxious radio calls from the valley brought only crackling in The only American left in the Layton down Thursday and declared Ive had Its hell up he enough and Not all of us can go to the The five alpinists have spent M days on the ascent which coat the life of John Los Harlin feU feet to his death Tuesday after a rock Ml slightly won rope that sup ported causing him to his footing at Hfe broken body was found in the below the Bv At PEN BESTE AP A Springfield man said he was beginning to expect that be and his wife would be shot to dean tnUl police sued tear gas into allowing their es cape from an exconvict who held them prisoner for nine terrifying A few moments after tbe tear gas exploded Thursday after the Harry MOB QUEEN DEADVirginia mobsters moll and a well known figure from the Kefao ver crime hearing was dead to She her ewder mysterious who ence fumed of gangster Bug found war shot himself to death with a If they would have waited hour to fire Hut tear I think we would have all been said Charles Faw the still nervous from the days spoke from a room next to his wifes hospital My wife bad a heart operation a few years ago and shes not supposed to get excit said There were a few times when I didnt think she was going to make Fawbush was under treatment for Fawbush said that just before the end Acree began to get meaner and At the last he said these words I shot that dump cop and I havent got a thing to Ive got two bul lets in this gun and I can make both of them Fawbush said that after policeman yelled that they were going to fire tear Acree sat in the chair with a gun pointed at Fawbush and his 1 guess I just acted by reflex when the tear gas came through the I grabbed my wiles arm with one hand and the door with the other and pushed her out tbe Then I went The day of terror was similar to another drama in nearby Eu gene a weekago when a gun man persuaded police to give him an The gun Harvey LeRoy his the Marvin Keeler drove through downtown Eugene in the When police closed a single shot killed The Keeten were not The Springfield drama began when Acree fled to the Fawbush house after Patrolman was shot ia the stom ach Thursday morning when he other officers searched an auto with expired license Acree and two companions were in the Acree shot Wilson after the officer found a shotgun in the A fellow officer ar rested the two Fawbush safd that Acree pounded on his door about as he was getting ready to go to I thought it was a neighbor in trouble or some PlMse TUB to Page 2 REINS IN HIS HANDSfPresident right of proclaiming that is sHIl sHIl still prime ministermakes his first public appearance in more than a month to Indonesias parliament approved the of IS preCommunist cabinet Radraphotol Town Opens Its Heart New Leg Due For Tony Ohio whose left leg was am has captured the hearts of residents and is go ing to get new The town joined in a Leg for Tony fund drive to buy an artificial limb for the cheerful The Carles disclosed Thursday night that nearly has been This does not include an estimated col lected in a paper drive by of ficers of the Warren County Sheriffs Tonys leg was amputated at the hip on 21 when a rare rapidly spreading malig nancy was This did not slow down the and he returned this week to his third grade classes at Hoi brook His Harold Ban suggested the fund and the pupils themselves col lected around Hes a very remarkable lad tad hM taken U this courage Banta adding that Hes a very good stu Banta suggested MM fund drive becauseanr youngster needs a chance and the familys medical bills been Contributions haw come m from aU over Ohic and nearby son of and Billy who live southwest of has two brothers and two The father is a fac tory worker in The Rev pas tor of Calvary Baptist said Tonys prayers and be lief In God have been 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