Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 1, 1960 · Page 7
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 7

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, June 1, 1960
Page 7
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PAGE 8 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE I, I960 RETURNED AFTER SLAYING Cops Claim Man Left Hospital To Kill Wife j Deviation From Court Rulings Cited I ! A growing disposition of higher · I courts to disregard previous case MACON, Ga.--l.'PI--Macon police today are holding wealthy real estate man Chester A. Burge, 56. on charges that he took a brief leave of absence from a hospital bed to strangle his wife. The accusation indicates police eration at Ma con Hospital the! previous day and presumably: i would not have been able to make the trip to his home on the nipbl his wife died without aid. But Bargeron declined to discuss whether detectives are con- -- C i t i z e n Phflte DR. MARTIN SNYDER Chiropodists Become Podiatrists belicvV Burge slipped out of the · sidering possible accomplices. hospital where he was recovering! Bargeron said, "we do know, ; from major surgery, murdered his j ^(j can p rove , e was j n his home wife, then returned to the hos- j on the night of the murder. He ' pilal. ! could have been there 45 minutes, The announcement t h a t Burge | an hour or up to two hours." He rulings "that mark the path" of j Investigators have "established" j ]aw is ^4 by Prof Ralph w a motive for the death, but refused to comment on it. Mrs. Burge was found strangled at her home on the morning of May lieve i was.being arrested, the first major i break in the 20-day-old murder i case, was made yesterday at a ! press conference held by dcteo I tive chief W. H. BarRcron. said evidence shows that Burge was on the second floor of the house where his wife was killed. Bargeron said that even though Surge denied knowledge of the Saturday. From then on--and this is of- i meditated and was planned * long time in advance," he said. Bargeron said detectives i- an j murder or being in the house, he; almost around-the-clock, seven- j had refused again Tuesday to take I day-a-week investigation had de-1 a lie detector test in connection i veloped proof that Burge was in j with the case. He also refused Changes are afoot in the Ari-: h j s fashionab | e house on the night | the test when he was arrested rona Chiropodist Assn., starting; of his wjfp . s m u r d e r _ j May 20 for questioning. Burge told officer? he had not | "In my opinion," Bargeron said, gone to the home on the night "Mrs. Surge's murder was pre- ficial-you're to refer to its m e m - j Mrs Mary £ Burge was kiliecL ber-practitioners as podiatrists.; Hft underwent a dou b| e hernia op- 1 And to the whole outfit as the j , Arizona Podiatrist Assh. i So everybody on your toes. · Unless, of course, you're the kind \ ' of heel who likes to step on other' people's. : Or unless you're the foot-in- j mouth type who always phones a j spine-stretching chiropractor in- j stead of a sole-soothing chiropo- j dist, or vice versa. i It's this constant mix-up that's' prompting the name change. I t i pains a chiropodist more than; dancing hurts a corn, explains Dr. \ Martin Snyder, 2629 E. Broadway, \ association spokesman. i Back in 1907. American and | Canadian foot healers took the j term "chiropody," which may be | Greek to you, but in that language | means "care of the hands and i . feet." ! By almost the same tokens. ''pod" means foot and "iastros" means physician. Get it. Foot . doctor. So now, on a hands-off basis, Dr. Snyder and his colleagues are putting the shoe on me other foot Podiatrist, please. 12. Officers said they be- that some strong, soft "plastic" object was used to strangle 'the socialite. Bargeron said the murderer evidently went to the second floor of the Burge home and lay in wait until Mrs. Burge came to her bedroom. The assailant then grabbed the woman by surprise, beating and strangling her before she could use a pistoi which was found near the body on a night table. Chief's Blaze Doused BLOOMINGTON, 111. -- UPI -Firemen doused * blaze in a TV set at the home of Roland Behrend, city fire chief and president of the State Fire Chiefs Assn. Aigler of the University of Arizona College of Law. Aigler, who has instructed law since 1907, emphasized this tendency in review courts in * talk before the Pima County Bar Assn. at a luncheon yesterday in the Pioneer Hotel. Instruction at college can only hope to prepare graduates for the practice of law, Aigler said. The j graduate must go on from there to pick up the practical legal matters 'that law office messenger boys know. The best preparation for the student is the study of cases of a type of law and is the standard method of study now, Aigler said. Seeing what has been ruled previously helps the lawyer "prophecy" a bit on what might happen to his own pending case. He cited a ruling from an Illinois State Supreme Csurt justice who noted the courts have a duty in the balance of power in our form of government to maintain continuity and steadfastness so that law would not be considered "a fragile thing." Aigler spoke at the last luncheon meeting of the bar association before its summer recess. Superior Court Judge Herbert F. 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