The Frederick Leader (Frederick, Okla.), Vol. 47, No. 49, Ed. 1 Monday, October 5, 1953 Page: 2 of 10
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7 Suspects In Shotgun Murder Of US Official
Identity of Pretty
Girl Found in Tulsa
Motel Sought Monday
Tulsa, (IP—Tulsa county officers
sought to identify a pretty 20-year-
old girl whose body was found in a
motel here. She was believed to
have come from Muskogee.
A midway worker with the 20th
Century shows, here for the Tulsa
Stat# Fair, discovered the body
and reported it to the sheriff's of-
fice. He was held for questioning.
Population of the Soviet Union is
estimated to be between 194,000,000
■ Mexico City, 'lb — Police ques-
tioned seven Indians Monday as
‘‘first rate suspects” in the shot-
gun murder of a U. S. State De-
partment official who could not
give bandits the money they de-
manded because he carried only
The Indians were among 240 per-
sons rounded up by Mexican army
troops, vigilantes and police Sun-
day in the wake of the highway
robbery slaying of Dr. Ralph R.
Swain. 40, of Benton, 111., a Point
Four official attached to the U.S.
embassy in Nicaragua.
A police official said the seven
Indians were "first rate suspects”
and were being subjected to “ex-
Swain was killed by a shotgi
blast in the chest Saturday before
the eyes of his wife, Suzanne, and
their sons Tommi, 12, and Ralph.
10. They were stopped by four
bandits as they drove through a
wild mountainous section 130 miles
southwest of Mexico City.
Mrs. Swain said the masked gun-
men appeared suddenly, two on
either side of the road, and forced
the car to stop. One of them step-
ped up and demanded 2,000 pesos,
about $20. Swain tried to explain
that he had no cash and carried
only travelers checks.
When Swain reached into an in-
side pocket to get the travelers
checks. Mrs. Swain told police, the
jittery bandit fired the shotgun.
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Monday, October 5, 1933
Missouri Drouth Is
Broken But Too Late
St. Louis, IIP—A long-awaited rain
finally broke the disastrous drouth
in Missouri's farming areas but
farming officials agreed Monday
that it came too late to help the
Rainfall averaged one inch over
the itate, except in the extreme
northwest, weather officials said.
Julius Caesar sent his famous
“I came, 1 saw, I conquered” mes-
sage in 47 B. C., and was assas-
sinated in the Roman senate in
44 B. C.
Earl Warren Is
Sworn In as 14th
Washington, HP — Former Gov.
Earl Warren of California was
sworn in as 14th chief justice of
the United States Monday in a
colorful Supreme Court ceremony
attended by President Eisenhower.
Mr. Warren was installed in the
nation's highest judicial post
promptly at noon, as the high tri-
bunal assembled for its fall term.
The court faces a heavy docket of
important constitutional cases, in-
cluding and historic test of racial
segregation in public schools.
The 26-year-old Califorfiian ar-
rived here by plane Sunday night,
after resigning the governorship
he had held for 11 years. He was
accompanied by Mrs. Warren. She
had not planned to come but
changed her mind at the last min-
ute when her husband said he
“just wouldn't know what to do”
if she were not here to share his
First Frost of Season
In State's West Area
By United Prsts
Oklahoma’s heat-breaking rain-
fall was turned off Monday but
autumn-minded October was due
to bring the first frost of the sea-
son during the night.
"Scattered frost" was predicted
for the northwest and extreme
west Monday night, along with
shivery temperatures in the 30s in
the northwest. Other low readings
were expected to range up into the
50s in the southeast.
Kansas City, «b - The Fede
Bureau of Investigation beca
eligible Monday to launch a sea
for six-yegr-old Bobby Greenlei
son of a wealthy automobile d<
er who was kidnaped a week a
The Lindberg kidnap law, wli
assumes that after passage o
week a kidnaper has crossed si
lines, made the FBI eligible to'
ter the case.
The federal agency, which
solved all but two of 458 kidnap!
since the law was passed in II
would not indicate what actioi
planned to take. James A. Rot
special agent in charge of the 1
here, replied, "no comment,”
Bobby, son of Robert C. Gr«
lease, 71, millionaire Cadillac
tributor. was abducted from
fashionable French. Institute
Notre Dame de Sion in the fr
noon of Sept. 28. A red-ha
woman who identified herself
the boy's aunt, left the school \
him after telling a nun the b
mother had suffered a heart
3 Editors Return Hem* After
2 Weeks Tour In Rutsi*
Moscow, IIP—Three American col-
lege editors completed a two weeks
tour of the Soviet Union Sunday
and left for home.
Band Parents Club, 8:00 p. m ,
Philharmonic Club, 8:00 p. m.,
Miss Alda Geist, South 13 Street.
, Methodist WSCS, luncheon hon-
oring pioneer ladies of the church,
12:30 p. m„ Fellowship Hall, spe-
| Cheerful Helpers Club, 2:30 p.m.,
I Mrs. Tom Boyd with Mrs. Jess
I Delk co-hostess.
| Sodalitan Class, 7:30 p. m., Mrs.
I Lanford Blanton, in. case of rain
meeting to be held at the church.
| Twentieth Century Club, 3:00 p.
| m., Mrs .W. J. M,cIntosh with Mrs.
IJ. C. Johnson, co-hostess.
Willing Workers Club. Club
house, Mrs. Bill Zellmer, hostess,
I Mrs. Ben Stoll lesson leader.
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through an old hotel Monday,
rescue crews—in a dramatic i
walk race against time—rev
a critically burned man they
almost pronounced dead.
The blaze, which broke ou
about 3:15 p.m. CST, ruined
interior of the three-story May
tel, but left the walls standint
There were only two persons
iously injured, but one w’as not
pected to live.
He was Luden Pierce, 73,
suffered first, second and thirc
gree burns before fiermen cai
him out of the building.
He was believed dead but
working rescue teams brought I
a flicker of life while firemen
tinued to fight the fire only a
feet away. He was rushed to
The other victim, Charles H
es, 96. suffered burns and sr
Martin's Address Ma
Close GOP Ranks G<
Tulsa, lib — Oklahoma Rep
cans Monday hoped an addres
House Speaker Joseph W. M
here Monday night will ease
way toward peace among the
tv s warring factions in the st
Constitution Day dinner at,
Spartan Cafeteria at 7* p. np.
GOP leaders from over the
have led two factions battlini
control of the party in Oklah
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Tulsa, lib—Tulsa state fai
tendance Monday will be sw
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close for the event.
Highlight of the livestock ;
ity will be the Hereford bull
Sunday’s fair attendance
about 60.000. Fair Manager
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Bull, Bob. The Frederick Leader (Frederick, Okla.), Vol. 47, No. 49, Ed. 1 Monday, October 5, 1953, newspaper, October 5, 1953; Frederick, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc910365/m1/2/: accessed July 15, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.