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Ada Evening News Newspaper Archives Dec 21 1970, Page 1

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 21, 1970, Ada, Oklahoma Howard Hughes is loaded. But it s a Safe bet he could sell the movie rights to the current Hughes hassle for a real , Oklahoma monday december 21, 1970 16 Pavesio cents weekday 15 cents sunday 67th year no. 241 Warsaw a Poland a new communist leadership indicates it will revise the economic plans that spawned last weeks rioting and will maintain total allegiance to Moscow. Otherwise its future course is unclear. Western observers consider the new party first Secretary Edward Gierek a dedicated communist identified with neither the Liberal nor the nationalistic party factions. Radio Warsaw reported Sun Day that Gierek the party Stop economist and party Secretary of Silesia had replaced Wladys Law Gomulka who resigned along with president Marian Spychalski and three other members of the politburo. Apparently Premier Jozef Cyran Kiewicz was not affected. There was no announcement that Spychalski had resigned the presidency or that a new president had been named. But since he was purged from the Hughes exec debates new Legal action twinkle twin Al e a Christmas lights Are blazing brightly in downtown Ada. Stores in the Central business District and in other areas of the City Are remaining open until 8 . For shoppers. The later hours will be observed through wednesday with stores closing at traditional times on Christmas eve. Staff photo arrest made after terrible Tucson Blaze Tucson adz. A Juve Nille court petitions alleging felony homicide and arson were filed today against a 16-year-old youth in a $2.5-million fire which killed 28 persons and injured 27 in a downtown hotel sunday. The youth was taken into custody near the scene of the Early morning Blaze and questioned by police. The petition identified him As Louis c. Taylor four time parolee from the state Industrial school for boys. Patrolman Claus Burgman said he arrested Taylor because he a was acting suspiciously and explain his presence in the later. Burgman said Taylor said he was trying to Rescue endangered guests. Pima county Superior court juvenile judge Ben Birdsall said Taylor a told us a number of different stories about the fire. He said he was at the scene and saw the fire Start but claims he saw another boy do mrs. Wenonah Rutherford former women a editor of the news died mid morning at a local Hospital today. She had been suffering from a heart j condition for some time. Mrs. Rutherford who had been living in Konawa until her most recent illness was employed by the Ada evening news from september 1951, until june 1970. She had previously worked for the Wewoka times Holdenville news and the Shawnee news Star. She served As editor of the Wewoka times during world War ii. Mrs. Rutherford moved to Oklahoma from Texas when she was a Young girl. She graduated from Sulphur High school and then went on to receive her a and herbs at East Central state College. She received a masters degree at the University of Oklahoma. Before entering newspaper work she taught school at Sulphur Maud and Shawnee j among mrs. Rutherford a survivors is her husband Ernest of the Home 114 w. A Street Konawa and three Sisters. Funeral services will be at 2 . Tuesday in the Chapel of the Watts funeral Home i Konawa

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