Independent from Long Beach, California on April 3, 1963 · Page 32
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 32

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, April 3, 1963
Page 32
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·P«g« C.H--INDEPENDENT «·»·" '" ^Charge Police Chiefs Wife :·*·,· · .. O i. i?i Death of His Secretary Women Besting Men iii Mobil Economy Run By ART STEP11AN L P-T bit H.t*r OMAHA. in the hold second ciass. place in that! in a near three-way tie in her Neb. -- Leaden The run has now carried I · : KENOSIIA, Wis, (LTI) jer at the University of office, obtaining money · -- A c o r o n e r Thursday Jconsin, closeted himself in hisjunder' false pretenses, em-, \ night said the wife of Po- ]office and refused to talk to bezzlement and perjury, .·lice Chief Stanley Haute- (reporters. I Haukedahl has- been in-; fdahl told him she shot the ·chiefs graying, middle- jsaid _ _ 'catcd the Haukedahls had]vendor Anthony J. (Tony) were separated at the'cod of the fourth day by eyedroppers of fuel, with Judy Economy Run, the 3$ cars 1337 and 'class for medium-engine com! His average Tuesday,- 19.75 ·«*/* · **» No s e r i o u s mechancial of Rolling Hills swing: into Chicago today where they start on the last leg to Detroit. jage'd secretary because : "the other woman was : breaking op my home.'* Dist. Atty. Joseph Molinaro volved in the investigation, Jy** . aid his investigation indi-Jof the slaj-ing of juke box {5* * r . _ » ^ J «V'_ * T l_- J . - V I _ l-^ J'___"_ J » -- * . 1 '-- T /Tu»«\ RAffiDli ua behind Les Viland American. The eight women drivers are turning in an average 24.10 MPG, while that for overall [male drivers is 21.67, and la his'from the coffee-house 'versation at the end of each 'been separated. separated a n d a'ain. was 263.1 MJG, giving her third postion behind * Valiant with 26.73 MPG, and the first-place Ford Falcon with 26.74. Ray Swanson. 30-year-old drag racer of 3941 Fairmaa. Lakewood, is in third place with his Chevrolet Biscayne, reconcfledjBiernat of Kenosha. whose! Viland. in first place in his day's run, the women aren'tjfor standard-size, six-cylinder reconciled bound, lime-coated body was class for large compacts, is letting the men forget =· '"" »- " T "^'" '· _ « _ i _ i M ~ J -.?--.' alcn ?v\1/lif»« tViA liT«V»c* 4v*F_1 f\ · K · r I rvntr RpflT The wife of Police Chief Stanley Haukedahl was charged with first-degree m u r d e r ; Tuesday in the shooting was death of the chiefs graying.) ___ middle-aged secretary'- I - Mrs. Helen Haakcdahl, 46.' was under hospital guard Jnd was expected to be ar-j raigned as soon aj her phy- iician gave a go-ahead. t She was accused of shooting Mrs. Dorothy Bitautis. 46, a widow and granddaughter j cf former Police Chief Owen CVHare, j · Mrs. Bitautis, a secretaryj Li the police department for] Six years and a widow for, eight years, was f o u n d ( slumped in the seat of her automobile Monday in downtown Kenosha. She hid been shot three times in the ab-j domen, ' . · . · · * · i HA'UKEDAHL, ponce cHef of this southern Wisconsin j industrial city for 15 years J and a former basketball play- : Wilmington ! Blaze Fatal to Woman 80 An ' elderly Wilmington woman who had a sight defect and was partly crippled ·died Tuesday when fire damaged a three-unit apartment building at 944 Lakme Ave. Firemen found the body of Mrs. Mamie AUred, SO, in a pround-flcor hallway of the! two-'story structure between' a bathroom and her bedroom' at about 2 ajn. She appar tntly had been asphyxiated. Three others escaped uninjured. Virgil Zuloff, 60, who had been staying in the downstairs apartment, said he was' asleep in the living room when he heard the woman's; cries at about 1:30 am He said he fled out the rear door! cf the building, and was enable to return for the woman because of heat and flames. TWO TENANTS of the upstairs apartments, identified only as Finar Aune 'and A!-' f or. s Bindeheim, e s c a p e d through the front door, fire- 1 men said. - Damage to the building was estimated at J15,000. Cause of the fire, which started in the downstairs living room, was not immediately determined. ifound at an abandoned base in'January. also holding the highest aver-1 O t h e r Long Beach-area [age MPG in the entire field drivers' positions are as fol-| MRS. BrrAUnS" grand- Kenosha County was onejwith 29.26 MPG. Judy is lows: HEY KIDS! TIME IS TIME FOR CLASSIFIED SEE COUPON IN CLASSIFIED SECTION TODAY! chief here of the counties Gov. John ( breathing down the gas tank .when he Reynolds said was being in-Jof the Michiganjlriver_ with cars. His average Tuesday 22.80 MPG. Jim Wasson. another drag racer, from Lakewood. was Measles Kill 95 ISTANBUL, .Turkey Ml r~' A measles outbreak his killed 95 children at Iskenderua in southeastern Turkey in the past four months, the p semi- trouble has bothered any ear official Anatolia agency said in the run rod averages range Tuesday. from 17 to near 30 MPG. Afl cars leave Oinaha at 4:30 a m. today foe the 499-mile leg to the Windy City. New Italy .Quakes CAMERINO, Italy W» -Three more quakes shook Camerino late Monday eight, but most of the 12,000 residents didn't bother to get out Mary Faulkner, 1235 Jack- ..TM.... ^^^^ ^^.^ ^^L.^,,^ ^^^ .,,,, ·.»,,,,,,,_ ,,_ .. son St, Long Beach, drivinglin his Pontiac Catalina in the quakes in nine days. None holding down third positioo'of bed. The townfolk had 16 of malfeasance'filtrated by organized crime-!aa average 27.67 MPG. To a Mercur - Comet Custom, is [class for medium-priced V-Ss. caused damage. 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