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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - May 18, 1959, Long Beach, California M.y II, IMt lurmese Forces Launch Drive on Chiang Bands PROPOSED PLATfORM IN THE SKY This is an artist's conception of the saucer-shaped "sky platform" that Ray- theon Co. of Waltham, Mass., says it is working on. Fuel would come from high-frequency radio waves beamed to the platform like a searchlight and converted into heat energy. Helicopter type rotors would keep the platform aloft in the stratosphere. A possible use of the platform, 'Raytheon officials said Sunday, would be as a television relay Wirephoto.) Sen. Bridges Kin Believed River Victim (ejected Suitor Murders ecretary, Then" Himself 'MEMBROKE, Maine Dr. Donald Bridges, 53, prom- inent lay religious leader and of Sen. Styles Bridges was feared drowned today in the Pennarnaquan River. 'His small boat was Jound overturned in the river Sun- day a short distance from the family homestead here. 'State police reported Dr DR. RONALD BRIDGES Brother of Senator Bridges, a doctor of philosi phy and theology and re] gious adviser to the U. S. I formation Service, presum ably drowned. He came to Pembroke week ago for a fishing v cation from his duties Washington. His wife a companied him to Pembrol but returned to their Wash ington home Friday. ST. LOUIS (M A Globe- emocrat secretary was shot death in her apartment to- ay by a spurned suitor who lied himself with the same stol, police said. He left a ote stating, "I'll be able to ee her now." Anita Gist, 29, was shot vice as she struggled with aymond Koetker Jr., a driv- ig-school instructor and for- aer engineering teacher at Vashington University night chool. Miss Barbara Sampley, who Tared the apartment, told po ce Miss Gist cried out, Help, A third woman n the apartment Charlotte Curtis, 29, awoke as the shots vere fired. An hour later, at a.m., Coetker killed himself in his ar parked in front of a sis- er's home in suburban Brent- wood just as police drove u; The sister had called polic RANGOON, Burma he army and air force have unched a big offensive gninst about Chinese ationalist guerrillas opcrat- ng on Burma's frontier with .ed China. Frontier reports gave few etails but said the guerrillas ad suffered heavy casualties, urma troops'were supported y air force Sea Fury fighters .nd Vampire jets. The Burma government has leen troubled by Chinese Na- ionalist soldiers hiding out in he border jungles ever since he Chinese communists con quered the mainland 10 years ago. The main forces of Chinese Nationalists who took refuge n Burma were subsequently lown to the Nationalist island of Formosa. But some re mined hiding in the jungle nd apparently have been sined by other guerrillas rom southwest China. 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