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European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 30 1961, Page 2

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 30, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and dead Pilot s daughter 12, witness to fliers9 return Topeka Kan Tupi a,13.year.old girl composed and smiling was hardly noticed by the Large crowd waiting the return of two airmen released by the russians after seven months imprisonment the girl was Michelle Palm daughter of the Pilot of the Jet reconnaissance piano shot Down bythe russians Over the Barents sea wife Hopes for news of flier s Fate Topeka Kan. Up an expected Call from the Pentagon and the possibility two filers re turn in front Russia who May know whether her husband i alive form a corf of Hope for Goforth mrs. Fio Forth husband a Cap Tain aboard thehb47 shot Down by the russians vef the Barents sea july i in on of three crewmen. Who have Notum. Goforth icon accounted for by either u e soviet Union Orthe United state. Mrs Goforth to hear from the Pentagon on her Huit Bunmi s Case she called the air Force in Washington an-1 Wiik told that Only an officer of the strategic Ajr Conwil could give Jim any information Annii that a Sac office would Contact her shortly. Is my he annd still alive inthe direct question she put to the air Force difficult to explain mrs. Goforth said it was difficult to exp twin to her 8-Yenr-old daughter Lindtt about the return of capt John r. Mekone of Tonganoxie Kan., and Freeman of Emir a by and daddy tooth girl had to Tell her mrs. Goforth said. July 1, he was killed and his Bod was returned to this country for burial. Mrs. Willard Palm the widow and Mother of Michelle said the girl insisted on going to the airbase. Mrs Palm said she was unable to attend by cause her 4-year-old son Al male with 111, she said she will got together with the survivors Cap John r. Mckone and free Man b. Olmstead when they Are ready to talk about it those boys have been through so much she said it will a up to them when to should get to Gether. Z m sure they will be ready to Tell me about it some time Andi will be waiting Oung. Lisbon Soulange Knish �59, wife of internationally known portrait photographer Yousuf Karen died at hero Homo Here. Kennedy selects Finletter As ambassador to nato Washington ship including engine room turns in forcing Crew to co Seaman to they threatens with machine and forced gone room to course to be degrees to 83 Dehe Statt there Tome seamen id they incl officer a Pilot and a Stoker. A Silva said other Crew m pm i Shore rationing had been put int hip. Lads break Taip Jel up1 a Altiery fired 39breaking a nationalist chin1 National defense dad told he still has Dru Stoi a new Orleans up an us go from Alabama whose Soni reached a White Boycott at an in rated elementary school was of he was t fired from his Job Ause of the Boycott breaking action. John n. Thompson 33, formerly of Sylacauga ala., was told by Wal Green drug store employers he had never been fired As a Fountain clerk. In a predated statement his Superior said Thompson was merely assigned to another store. Thompson had said he had been Laid off and was to have an inter View with Walgreen he executives inter to determine whether he would to Kepi on with the com Pany in his he sold a go to find a new Thompson car son Greg. In me Friday. He said were made Oga tidhome they la Haftl

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