Clipped From The Lawton Constitution
her ordeal well. She said her brakes apparently i to cany Mrs. Long out of Ihe I canvon. Car-Truck Crash Takes Girl's Life By THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS A second person died Wednesday as the result of a fiery car- truck accident near Muskogcc Tuesday nighl. The death raised Oklahoma's 1962 highway toll to T1 compared wilh 446 last year at t h U lime. The victim was Martha Secratt, 13, Proctor. She died in a Muskogce hospital of injuries received in Ihe accident u h i c h killed Floyd Ward Phillips, 35. McAlesler. Muskojrcc police said a car driven by Phillips collided with a pickup Iruck driven by Orvillc J. Pease, 42, Proclor. Miss Secratt was a passenger in the Iruck. Police said the car had been tnken at knifepoint From a motorist who slopped where Phillips' car was in a ditch. Edmondson's Due At Road Ceremony SHAWNEE (AP)--Gov. J. Howard Edmondson was lo make the principal address today at cere- i monies dedicating 27 miles of In- 1 tcrstatc Highway 40 between Ok! lahoma City and Shawnce. Rep. Tom Steed was to be master of ceremonies. Slate Sen. j Ralph Graves said ihc road "wii! bo another major slep forward toward completion o( Oklahoma's interstate 'system." i The highway will be open lo traffic in 60 to 90 days, he sail I Its cost, excluding right-of-way, is about S13 million. FOUND TOO GENEROUS ROMFORD, England (UPI) -Romford cleansing Superintendent I Sidney Johnson was criticized by ' the Town Council Wednesday for i paying out 3.3G3 pounds (S9.4SG) in undeserved overtime to keep the ! cily garbage-men happy.