The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on July 30, 1965 · 20
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The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia · 20

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20 THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, Friday, July 30, 1965 Br At-. V x f?J J 'J ) k m A 4s .it JOSEPH E.LEVINE "" A PARAMOUNT i TECHNICOLOR PANAVISKW picture HARLOW 1,000 Rocking Chair Seats Free Parking COBB C0UH7rSH0M1NC CENTEB I ATURES: 35-4:50-:05-9:25 Miss Golden Leaf Is from Adel NASHVILLE, Ga. - Brenda Daniel of Adel, center, was chosen "Miss Golden Leaf of 19ti5" at the tobacco market opening here. First runner-up was Nancy Lee, Lakeland, right; second runner-up, Ver-no Belle Harris, Enigma, left. (Photo Jamie Connell) MiUGOLDiW M U AVI 'VANTORS Pr.ODUCTJOM If you flipped for'Flippep you'll roar with... He's got the jungle jumpi"' ' fe mm x i , : ! 13 - jar. , : 1 !.si when he adopts CS . VXA a teen-age gal X - - "i and her hilariously helpless family and friends' MAR9MTH0MRS0N BEBY DKE RiCHARD HDfJ CHEKifL MillfR MetcoLOR OPEN 11:45 NOWSHOWING 1'X.f PONf t-tt . FEATURES: 12 00-1 50-3 45 g(fi')5 5 40 7 35 9 30 HELD MORE FUN than a BARREL Of TEEN-AGERS! 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The West Berlin city government identified the family as Heinz Holzapfel, 33; his wife, Jutta, 32, and their son, Guenter. The father is an economist from Leipzig. The Government Press Office said Holzapfel gave this account: "I planned the escape for a year and a half. I was 80 per cent certain that the plan would succeed, because everything had been well prepared and besides I had helpers in West Berlin. "Often I had occasion to visit the ministries building on business ... but in the building itself I had no help." Holzapfel took his family into the building Wednesday and at 5 p.m. they went into an attic room, where they stayed until about 10 p.m. and began the escape at 11. Holzapfel had a nylon-type cord about as thick as a tennis racket string tied to a hammer. His preparations were thorough. He had painted the hammer handle with phosphorous so that those waiting in West Berlin would see it when he threw it. Those in the West fastened a heavy cable to the hammer and Heinz and Jutta pulled it to them . . . "taking all our strength." "We were all very quiet. Guenter was sent over first." Holzapfel explained he had made a pulley out of a bi cycle wheel axle, with a shoulder and waist harness slung underneath, the person hanging on to an attachment to the axle as it rolled down the cable. "Then my wife went next. She was hurt as she landed, but thank God not seriously. She was only bruised." It was 1:30 p.m. Thursday before Heinz himself came over. As he swept in over the wall he dropped all his papers in East Berlin. PETER SELLERS "SAUCY, SPRIGHTLY SEX COMEDY!" IS) 'Nas&k N v N i 1 mJJTI -rTTil L -Jk. 1 n j j it. n RM on t) WlIU ol lh Twtador . fa "SO Of TIC WS1 MUCIN cowor TUT Wllff ITER XCH IIS SIX Of QMPLM M V vramm" PETER SELLERS UidJKf.HS 8einam CRiBLW mr oooo the LSTI JIMJ11 Ka't Common, I 0J cm tK . mbin . 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