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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1962, Ada, Oklahoma                             Joe Zilch has brother who works for'the government. This brother is worried, in view SJpreW Coirt to separate church and Wrecked Train Causes Problems, See Page Ten 59TH YEAR NO. 231 Strangler Hits Again In Boston High School Girl Is' Eighth Victim In Last 6 Months BOSTON Massachusetts State Police said Saturday night a brother of slain Margaret Cadl- gan, 17, of he strangled the pretty drum major- ette in their home Friday night. WINTHROP, Mass (AP) __A verdict of death-by 'strangulation was returned Saturday in the mysterious slaying of Margaret Cadi- a pretty-drum ma- jorette found, dead in her Winthrop home. Her death brought to eight the number of Greater Boston females slain by strangulation in the past six months. None of .the cases has 'been solved. Dr. Michael A. Luongo, Suffolk County medical examiner, said an autopsy disclosed the girl also suf- fered three knife cuts' on her neck. Six or seven tiny punctures in the middle of her back could have been caused by a knife point, Dr. Luongo said. Knife's Found A kitchen knife with blood stains on it was .found in the girl's sec- ond floor room alongside the body. The medical examiner said the girl had not been sexually mo- Jested. In several other strangulations, the victims had been sexually attacked. Miss Cadigan, a senior at Mount St. Joseph Academy, a school for Catholic girls in the Brighton sec- tion of Boston, was one of the leaders of her class. She stood high scbolastically and had held several student elective posts. Her body was found by her fa- ther when he Friday "'night from his work as a Navy civilian chauffeur. The girl had been home aTione, -except for the. family dog. In Pressure Cooker The victim's head -was im- mersed, in a pressure cooker half filled with water. Although fully clothed, her dress was crumpled around hri waist and a pajama bottom was loosely wrapped around her neck. Miss Cadigan, prominent in ac- tivities of St. John the Evangelist recently was a runnerup in the 1962 Boston archdiocesan competition for queen, of the Cath- olic Youth Organization. The young girl was a volunteer nurse's aide and only recently in preparing Christmas at a hospital. That hospital association gave police a link with the other seven cases. Most of the earlier victims had some hospital connection, ei- ther, as nurses, technicians or oth- er medical associations. Chsst Directors Ask Return Of Drive Folders Community Chest d i r e ct o r s have called', in all' funds drive folders. Any volunteer having folders out is asked to return them to the office by December 10, Mrs. Evah Ferguson, secre tary, said this weekend. The fall campaign, though clear- ]y the most critical in the history of the Chest, never did well, ex- cept in the advance gifts (large) contributions. The goal for this fall was final- ]y set at To date, 539.06 in cash and pledges have been reported; This leaves the Jagging campaign only slightly less than ten thousand dollars short.' Incomplete working of assign- ments has' plagued the" Chest again this year, according to Mrs. Ferguson. .The final total will rise some when all results are known. It has become increasingly clear, however, that the member agen- cies face some kind of reduction. The Chest board of directors has not yet made any decision of this kind, though, waiting to de- termine what the drive will pro- duce finally. Heading the list of modern v American composers-is the sleep- ing Corp.) Omaha Ambushes East Central; i See Sports Page ADA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1962 Seepages 1 5 CENTS. WEEKDAY, 10 CENTS SUNDAY Resolutions Ask Overthrow Hiding Facts In Cuban Affairs dt- and men-probe through ruini of one of three buildings were stroyed by a fire Friday afternoon. started in an auto repair shop, shewn here, I spread to adjacent Staff Fire Levels Trio Of Stratford Buildings STRATFORD (Staff) Fire, touched' off by an 'explosion, swept: through three buildings in Stratford Friday. The blaze destroyed an auto .repair shop owned: by 0. B. Turner, a shoe shop owned by Andrew and i extensively damaged the offices of_ .Dr. Robert E. Aelmbre. George Byrd, an employe.in the auto .shop, .was hospitalized, by burns on his legs. A report: was not available on his con- dition. Turner, said the fire was started by an exploding gas tank in his auto shop. Turner, and: Byrd-.had-been soldering the tank prior to the explosion. When .the tank exploded, fire 'was thrown throughout "the shop. Turner ran out the back door to the fire station, less than a block-away. at' the scene moments later, .-to find the rapidly; spreading flames roaring-through all three buildings. "When we got.there 'with 'the truck, .Turner's roof had already "We tried.to .'save the Doc's office and the shoe volunteer fireman Hershell Mel- ton said. The shoe shop garage burned' very' quickly, according to -firemen's' '-and; all that could vbe1 saved 'was the doctor'.s offices. QuickC action- beauty, -'shop: The walls ;were -wetted' ipreyentinf. from spreading 'there; No monetary i damage; were available; yet, but; the shoe shop, and garage .were totally' destroyed. Sheriff Gets 2-Way Radio Repossessed PRYOR Mayes County Sheriff L. L. Weaver started yelling at.his depu- ties Saturday. He had to the: two-way radios in.his department were repossess- ed. "Workmen for Motorola Commu- nications and .Electronics, ..Inc., dismantling the 50- foot antenna, atop the' courthouse Saturday morning; .Also removed were the base- station in the sheriffs office and three mobile units in deputies' cars. Bill's Overdue Motorola'said it was picking up the equipment.because a payment, due last June; had not been paid.1 The delinquent -.pay- ment and another installment next month would, have paid off'the balance. The payment on the radios, de- livered about three'years ago', had not been made because there is no money in the county's general fund. The' county Excise Board has slashed budget requests, -and the county commissioners have been, left-with no money' to finish -paying the contract. i .Nobody Paid -'County 'Atty.yrhbm'as. L'andrum said the only two, payments- madg Hln Dash Through Closed Door Injures Adan A pan full of gasoline exploded in a service station Friday night and the station's operator suffered painful injuries when he. ran through a plate glass door to es: cape. Don Mason, owner of a Sinclair Service Station at 421'North Mis-' sissippi, suffered cuts on .his fore- head and hands and burns on his left-leg as'a result of the acci- dent.. Here's how it happened: He was cleaning a greasy floor in the station adjacent to -the of- fice. In'the course of the .work, some of the gasoline he was using in the cleaning apparently was spilled'onto his pants "leg. Mason said he stepped into the office, where: a'gas stove was burning. He had-.his back to the stove when suddenly, the gaso- line ignited. The pan exploded. The force of the explosion blast- ed both of the front plate glass windows out of. the Building. Mason took 'care of! the third piece of1 plate glass, in.the door, j- "The moment "he: was aware of the explosion, he bolted through the glass door, .failing to open it in the process. Mason called firemen who quickly contained the damage, other than- fte' of two four-by fifteen door, a-cash-register, 'and -office, furnishings, was -not extensive. British Rush Troops To Embattled BRUNEI, (AP) The British army airlifted hard-fighting Gurk- ha troops to this tropical sultanate on Borneo Saturday, night to. help crush a.revolt for independence from Britain. Striking before dawn, rebels hit; at .-Brunei's '.rich oil installations but the local gov- ernment appeared to have the re- bellion under, control by.nightfall.. Seven were reported killed in the opening skirmishes of the revolt, sparked by an Indonesian-educated lawyer in himself prime minister of, Brunei and its British-administered .neigh- bors, North Borneo1 and Sarawak. Opening their attacks at 2 a.m., the rebels hit at British-operated oil' installations but no damage or casualties ported.' They also were 'reported to1 have struck at Brunei's major oil fields around Sena, about 45 miles southwest of here. These fields have been turning out about 33 million 'barrels .of oilia year. Oil is 'Brunei's chief resource. 'The rebel leader threatened.-to, blow up. the oil fields-unless' the'British gave' in '.to '-for: inde- pendence. Two vof. Gurkhas- numbering por in eight' planes' bnVa; 700-mile; flight.tp'Bruhei. MofeVwereisched- 'uled'to (Brunei.'jcable.--officesv'closedi .night but 'the' government of. Sara-; wak announced' situation, in- Brunei .was- under government control and that order had been restored with 100'. per- sons under.arrest It .said, ;how- situation in the oil field .areas of Seria. and" the Kua'la Belait district was still A.. M. the self-pro- claimed, leader, ..set .up headquarters in'the. Philippines... He established- the sultan ;6f Brunei, Sir Omar. Ali Saifuddin, as revolutionary ruler of all three territories. But in a broadcast over Brunei radio the "sultan de- nounced indicat- ed for it would be punished. Sir Omar in the afternoon. This capital city 'was" three territories which the rebellion-seeks to weld together have .a population of nearly 1.3 "million. -the three, with a population' of about square miles, has b'een. 'a British protectorate county with. the'agree; nient rthat'0 the-: "commissioners would' payr- the Test from -the gen- cral fund. County Bradley Fri- day Adams to- confer- with County Judge' Creekmpre -Wallace, about making payment'from the court fund. Bradley said-Adams told him after the -conference, "No, we're not going to pay any more.oo.it." Weaver- was philosophical -about the whole matter. "He said he "may adopt, an-lndian system smoke signals. no'rtivof it .would tnd dpwn 20-foot did which to wljlc7 car- ovtr.onct and.Jinded 'upright in -four wittr four.wert injurtd; ntxtimorn'mB.'-Hunf, wif Firemen Charge On False Alarm A five-year-old girl-sent Ada fire trucks, on a hurried but un- necessary run to: a house i in Addition late Saturday afternoon. .The- girl, visiting in the home of, a- cousin; lifted: the: telephone, dialed the: operator, said "Our on and-hung up. The operator traced "the call and .notified the fire'department of :the address., was.no im'.- Fire Chief Dudley Young talk- ed to the girl and came away :shaking- his head-. .1 "I guess there's can do but forget said. 'tShe's' just a little Algeria "The'.'three territories, occupying I Frenchmen ind .an'Algerian were 'the nortluand northwest coasts ;of i killed In three..violent; Incidents lii this Southeast are on Saturday, remit: ich'ediiled'-'-'.'to; .bei...; next August iri'a federation.with'SingaT 1 pore" and: to. bej'callecl. of- Ma: Minister-TunkirAb- dutRahman.- '-_ A.- Azahari ,and his political "party the federa- :tipn..Instead he wants lau'.inde- .pendent.nation sharing ttiisjsland .Borneo, Ing In' a pro- test b'y France to Premier Ahmed Ben Pa.. (AP) Rescue J the body of'.one then pushed ahead .toward. others trapped ta more than !two UP'A started up road alongside this Is Hit With Charge Of Bribery 'was arraigned Sat- urday on a charge that'he .sought a in a, real estate case.'.'.''.. He was accused .'of demanding the .money from two property owners who wanted a' rezoning of land.'ithey.1. Newburgh. He has declared himself, innocent. S, -Hogan of Manhattan .said was passed to in a Man- Friday.-'.... 'arrested Friday night, in.Newburgh ap- peared'., in.. Manhattan, Criminal Court-on charges of bribery! .con- spiracy, and .accepting- unlawful fees. .Judge tiniied 'him free in pending a The Hogan..as the J. De ,of-. also was' was .set at charge of conspir- acy to Hogan gave .this- account: Twin Vand'' Joseph' estate: an ,11-acre tract. in; in; intehd- .ihultiple; ,'for which; the. land was zoned. zoning'was changed to" -permit'-constructiori- of.jingle- family hpuses'pnly.; j The a so 'they; could their, original they-said: Mitchell 'demanded- a" change .through-the'1 City Council.' -The.; brothers .jcomp'lairied.. -last Hogan..- _; Setting a trap, Hogan directed them to take- the. money .a.go-between in a Manhattan mid- town.'hotel De- tectives, stood by.. Hogan said. the brothers hand- ed over the money to .De Masi and "that the. detectives arrested him as he started to leave -the 'hotel. The money has.been1 placed-.'in am confident, facts will conclusively ..establish my innq- cence'of-all.the-charges that have been made against Asked .about.the .-charge, to "I deny it absolutely. They've got .the "wrong man.' I've" never; done anything '.wrong in Mitchell; formerly-assistant city manager of .Culver City, Calif., (Continued Medics Slate In Polio Series To The: second in a series oE mass Sabm; oral polio. Vaccine will be given to Pohtotbc resi- The Type1.II given at. 'the vaccine will be National" Guard Armory, on, Brpa'dway '.be- ginning at Sponsors of ithe said administration! of .the; yaccme .will' be-conducted I was administered in September.. Two 'doctors will be present .for, .clinic'is-underway at -'''The'" Pbntotoc'r.Counry' .Medical Society sponsoring' of -doctors: Include; G. K, Stephens, C. D. J. -Haugeri; "E. M. Gullatt, J. 'M. Huser, J. F; Gwin, D.. C. 'Ramsay. Nurses7-are Inez Mrs. Helen Mrs.' Nota Jean 'Veatpn Lyle, Mrs. Bertha -Jean- Simpson.-' Gwin, Gene' 'Truitt, Charles' Ray. Pack and 'JmVDunhami County" Health are. Dixie Robert-, son, Paralee; Betty.. Can- and Robbie Eden? i .-'The' of Com-'; merce and.'the Jaycee Jaynes will. aid during '.five-Hour, Charges Of Power Grab Are Hurled WASHINGTON (AP) Republicans called on Presi- dent Kennedy Saturday for action ..toward the "com- plete elimination" of Com- inunist. military power in Duba and the overthrow of Prime Minister .Fidel Cas- tro. In one of a series of resolutions adopted unanimously, at a windup session of a two-day conference; ihe Republican National. Commit- tee accused the 'Democratic ad- ministration' of deceiving the American people about the pres: ence of missiles in-Cuba at-a time it said-GOP spokesmen; had .ex- posed their presence there. The Republicans lashed; out at what they .called "suppression1 and distortion of the admin- istration; in its informational pol- icies; They condemned what they said was Kennedy's, grab for excessive power in the presidency. They criticized what they termed a staggering increase in federal spending, pledging' their party -to -support.- tax. reduction only if it is coupled with cuts in spending. this added tip to.a-pre- view, of seem .away at process'fbr' congres- sional' Regrouping'- -for', these 'battles, the the 'flap of their party; to admit the Republican .National, Citizens "brainchild of .for- mer Presidet Dwight -D. Eisen- associate member- ship.. They gave National .Chairman William E. Miller a rousing, en- dorsement to.continue managing until the 1964.nation- al convention.' They set up an ambitious budget for next "year's, expenditure of about .million to cover expenses of the national and' Senate and House' campaign..committees. Aroused' by the claim' of Rep. Bob; Wilson.' .that the timing' of. Kennedy's 'quarantine, action "against Cuba's' import offensive weapons had cost them 20 House seats in. the November election, the .Republicans made, it clear they wfll pump '.this .issue. They said in a resolution that the Eisenhower administration had "inaugurated, a..policy that elimination of ,'the' Communist regime in Cuba." Miller told a news conference the Eisenhower plan had, called for air cover for the ill-fated Bay of. Pigs invasion .of Cuba in April 1961; He 'said ..Kennedy called off the.'air cover: Eisenhower him- self had said. his administration had no invasion1 plan; Miller said he identify'ithe source .of the air cover decision. 'In their: Republi- cans' said they 'believe "Our na- tional security, "demands -on-site inspection in" 'the removal' of-' offensive thaf'Our foreign policy-must be 'directed to- ward the" complete 'elimination of the .'Communist -military-'base "in Cuba and: frefr- dom'to-'theCuban' the :GOP'National'Committee.'said the the .pubtiiabj.'jf'matters of ma'jor in> denials of the presence pf-pffensive'weap-. ons in -J ATOMIC TEST SITE, Nev. (APX nation's historic .nuclear testing grounds Saturday, 'with .a-me-j .chanical arid -heard manned-flight to sible after, the first moon, trip ;byj nuclear; rocket; i1-. He appeared interested pressed that, nuclear rockets will -make' it once man reaches the -moon1, to' fly to Mars and i would take', a year, in- cluding'.- -42.-days -on Mars, .the' President, was .told, by briefers included -Dr; Glenn Seaborg, chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission. With. his: budget' proposals'.: due in- Congress next month, Kennedy completed in ;'by vada '.wasteland', where...'secret: nu-: clear said thejimpressions-'received" by Kennedy1'.'on could'' influericev budgetary: de'ci- and other guestions. Kennedy-'didn't see any 'tests. no -President ever, has? seen the things see ii.' From-behind thVsafety of a six- fbot-thick-' '.th'e-.Pi'esideht !mahipulated :a. m'echanicai.hancfto': pick examine V-a-j may feachcthe' f or'a jb'ipof midnight Sunday.. for a'busy -.week in! Washington. 'A: He arrived Springs the desert retreafof ;Bing Cijosby Sat nearby SPalinjDesert, His. brother-in-lawi -Peter iawford; said nothing ibutf resfc.was 'planned.. 'Secretary..bf ,Rusk: on. .'FridayJoii-aniaddressitdiUie'-Eco-. The. following .week he 'will be a confer-, ence Prime .Minister go Palm j Beach, Fla., for .the holi-> days'. 'the'.'chief ,execu; -tive-put part-of two1 arid r-nuclear. .installations.. Com; mand; at" 1 Then Saturday morning he.took off, south- ern to.'a'helicop- ter and'made survey .the, .test' site. j; The tested.ainuclearide-; vice, at the site" v President eagle's 'depressions caused byjthe blasts i.ha've; been'-.'-setToff f- 'jet-pow; tiorial Aeronautics and Space'Ad- ministration .-and the 'Atomic. En- 'are' teaming up on testing" for project This ,'effort to, develppVhuclear- !powered engine for1 exploratipn'of 'duter1 prototype: .callrttisni: !No Itiwas' up with le1'1 window OKLAHOMA' Considerable- clbudine'sg partly; cloudy; east- and colder Sunday; chance: 'few north-- west ,early .Sunday; clear to' cloudy-' ind cold Sunday low 22-32; high Sunday "High temperature In Ada- Sat-. ufday a' Friday low'of 32; reaping at S   

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