Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 6, 1965 · Page 13
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Rudolph Abel appears on Moscow TV as hero MOSCOW (UPI) — The letter to the Soviet government newspaper Pravda said, "thank you, for the return of our husband and father." It was signed, '•Mrs. R. Abel and Daughter." The letter appeared in February, 1962, and probably mystified Soviet readers. It carried no mention of Mr. R. Abel, who he was, what he did or why his wife and daughter were grate ful for his "safe return." On Moscow television Tuesday, Russians learned publicly for the first time that R. Abe! was Col. Rudolph Abel, a Soviet masterspy. Television commentator Sergei Smirnov disclosed that Abel was honored by the government aftei- his exchange in 1962 by a "foreign power for American U2 pilot Francis Gary Powers. It was revealed that Abel was responsible for providing Soviet intelligence with reports on the impending Nazi attack in 1941. Abel joined the Communist party in 1931 after serv ing in the Russian secret service from 1927. The only thing Soviet viewers were not told Tuesday was that the "foreign power" was the United States, which arrested Abel in Brooklyn on June 21, 1957, and charged him with heading a Soviet spy ring which for 11 years transmitted military and atomic energy secrets to Moscow. Brokenshire passes LAKE RONKONKOMA, N.Y. (UPI) — Norman Brokenshire, 66, a pioneer radio announcer who made "How do you do, ladies and gentlemen" his trademark over the nation's airwaves for 40 years, died Tuesday. Soucjlas plans special window for eclipse SANTA MONICA (UPI) Douglas Aircraft Co.'s Missile and Space Systems Division is building windows of "optical quality" glass for an airplane to carry scientists on a study of a total solar eclipse May 30. Douglas officials announced Tuesday the firm is doing the work under a $100,000 contract from the Ames Research Center of Mountain View. The windows will be installed in a four-engined jet which will fly over the South Pacific to study the eclipse. As part of the contract, which originated with the National .Aeronautics and Space Adminis-i tration (N.^iSA), Douglas is designing and building equipment to mount cameras, telescopes and spectrographs in the plane. Redlands Daily Facts Thursday, May 6, 1965-13 Do-it-yourself safari Pharoah growing info ca real live problesn TUSTIN, Calif. (UPI)—Today was the deadline for Barry Fenn to remove from this community Pharaoh, the "lovable" but rapidly growing lion. Dist. Atty. Kennth Williams, who helped capture the 9-monlh- old, 150-pound lion when it got loose jast March, Tuesday gave Fenn until today to get rid of! the beast or move him. i "We're not going to push; them." Williams said. But, hei added, authorities wanted assur-; ance that Pharaoh was on his; way out. ! Pharaoh, minus his usual companion — a great dane named Lester — went for an 11-hour stroll last Sunday. He was cornered in a backyard by 10 Orange County sheriff's deputies and others. "He's lovable now, but he can become dangerous in another four or five months," said Williams, explaining the order. When Pharaoh prowled the streets last March, Fenn said the cat had been detangcd and declawed. Ho also plays with Fenn's two small children and is dominated by Lester. SEATO Nations The Southeast Asia Treaty Organization is composed of t h e United States, Britain, France, Australia. Nev.' Zealand, I h e Philippines, Pakistan and Thailand. FREEDOM REVOKED — Dr. Samuel Sheppard has been ordered returned to prison to serve o life sentence for the murder of his wife almost 11 years ago. The Cleveland osteopath married German divorcee Ariane Tebbenjoha nns, above, following his release last year on a legal technicality. (NEA Telephoto) Sheppard to meet with attorney on court order CLEVELAND (UPI) — Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard planned to meet today with his attorney, F. Lee Bailey of Boston, to discuss a federal court order sending him back to the Ohio Penitentiary to continue serving a life term for wife-slaying: The U. S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals at Cincinnati s e t aside Wednesday an order of I the U. S, District Court at Day-! ton that granted Sheppard free-: dom last year on grounds his: constitutional rights had been; violated by pre-trial newspaper pubhcity. j The appellate court's ruling; means the former osteopath,' convicted in December, 1954,! for tlie bludgeon slaying of his] first wife, Marilyn, in theu' sub -i urban Bay Village home, may be returned to the penitentiary i at Columbus on May 26. j Sheppard could remain free; on bond, if the court so desires,! while his attorney takes an expected appeal to the U, S. Supreme Court. He has been out on bond since last July, pending the appellate court's ruling on the state's appeal of tlie lower federal court order. Sheppard and his second wife, the former Arianne Teb- benjohanns, learned of the decision from Bailey, who telephoned them when he was advised of it. They were married shortly after his release from prison. "I must admit I'm disappointed, but 1 have absolute faith in the highest court in tlie land," Sheppard said, indicating he would appeal. "The thing I want most is a retrial and they (Cuyahoga County olficials) know it. That's why Ihcy don't want me to have it." SEWING ADVICE NEW YORK (UPI)-Buy lin. ings, zippers, thread to match your fabrics before you start working at your sewing machine. This will prevent the irritating, time-consuming delays that running out in the middle of garment-making can cause, advises the Sewing Machine Division of the Japan Light Machinery Information Center. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads II Good things come in small packages"... 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