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19. Obituaries THE BOSTON GLOBE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1995 Mary Newman, 'fighting Quaker5 of the Massachusetts GOP; at 86 By Tom Long GLOBE STAFF 1 .They called Mary B. Newman "the fighting Quaker from Cambridge." Mrs. Newman, a moderate Republican who served in the Legislature, in Gov. Francis Sargent's Cabinet, and President Gerald R. Ford's administration, died of cancer Wednesday in Norumbega Point health care facilty in Weston. She was 86. Throughout her political career, she was always "guided by the Quaker principles which are so much a part of her family background: principles that emphasize education, hu-manitarianism, racial equality, prison reform, concern for the mentally ill, and an active opposition to war," according to a biography published last year, when she received the J. Joseph Moakley Award for Distinguished Public Service. Mrs. Newman was a state representative, manpower affairs secretary under Sargent and New England regional director of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare under Ford. She ran unsuccessfully for secretary of state in 1970 and chaired Gov. William F. Weld's campaign for attorney general in 1978. ' Born Mary B. Temple in Philadelphia, she graduated from Swarth-more College. ' In 1935, she married Edwin B. Newman. During World War II, they traveled to California, where they operated a Quaker conscientious objector camp. '.'In 1946, when her husband became a professor at Harvard University, they moved to Cambridge, where Mrs. Newman became active in both the city and state League of Women Voters. ; A; state representative from 1953 to 1970, she was "affirmed" rather than sworn into office by Gov. Paul Dever, because the Quaker faith doesn't allow swearing. She was only the second legislator to be "affirmed" in Massachusetts. "All over the House I could hear, What's she doing? ... is she a com- DEATHS SWEENEY-OI Milton, formerly of South Boston, suddenly December 6, Joseph P. Beloved husband of Jean M. (Noonan) Sweeney. Father of Susan Abou-Zaki of Quipcy, Joseph Sweeney Jr. of Hopkington, Jean' Marie O'Brien of Saugus. Kelley Ann Hannon of Milton and the late Jimmy Sweeney. Grandfather of Youssef, Phillip and James Abou-Zaki. Brother of Barbara Blushi of Braintree. Ann LaCortiglia of Saugus. Margaret Kelley of Milton, Francis of Weymouth, Brian of Abington and Mary Sweeney of South Boston and the late Edward A. Sweeney. Son of the late Edward F. ancl Margaret A (Nowell) Sweeney. Funeral front the Alfred D. Thomas Funeral Home, 326 Granite Ave, MILTON, Saturday morning at 10. Funeral Mass at St. Agatha's Church Milton at 1 1 . Visiting hours Friday 2-4 and 7-9. Late employee of the Boston Globe. Member of Local Number 259. SZEKE L Y-Dec. 7. 1995. of Weston, Dr. Julian, age 61 yrs. Late MIT Professor of Materials Engineering. Lovingly survived by his wife Elizabeth Joy (Pearri), 4 sons Richard Julian. Martin Thomas. Matthew Tarquin and Davtd Alexander Szekely all of Weston, 1 daughter Rebecca Jane Szekely of Washington, DC and a grandson Matthew Szekely. A Funeral Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday, Dec. 12, 1995, in St. Joseph Church, 142 Lincoln Rd., S. Lincoln at 1 1 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours will be Monday from 6-8 p.m. at J.S. Waterman & Sons-Eastman-Waring, 495 Commonwealth Ave. (At the intersection of Beacon across from Kenmore MBTA Station) BOSTON. A Memorial Service will be held Feb. 16, 1996, in the MtT Chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to the Julian Szekely Fellowship Fund, CO MIT Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering, 77 Mass. Ave., Cambridge, MA 02139. TEMPESTA-Vito J. of North Weymouth, formerly of Dorchester, age 72, suddenly Dec. 7, 1995. Beloved husband of Evelyn M. (Gasciewicz) Tempesta. Father of Lewis S. of Halifax. Mark C. of Waterford. Me., Gerard J. of Rockland & John E. of Weymouth. Also survived by 9 grandchildren. Funeral from the McDonald Funeral Home NORTH WEYMOUTH, 40 Sea St., (off Rt.3A-Btcknell Sq.) Monday at 9:00 A.M. Funeral Mass in St. Joseph's Church (Quincy Pt.) at 10:00 o'clock. Relatives & friends invited. Visiting hours Sunday 2-4 & 7-9 P.M. Army Vet. WW II. Family prefers donations in Vito's memory to St. Jude's Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, .Memphis. TN 38105 or the N.E. Home for Little Wanderer's, 161 So. Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02130 Retired employee Maintenance Dep t. Boston Police. TESTA-Of Revere formerly of East Boston December 7. Aqrippino Pino". Beloved husband of Anna iLazzarino). Loving father of Peter Testa of East Boston. Dear "brother of Giovanni, Mario, Agrippina and Giuseppina all of Italy. Cherished brother in-law to Peter and Dolores Lazzarino, James and Angie Lazzarmo and William and Catherine Ken-ney. Funeral from the Rapino Memorial Home, (617567-1380), 9 Chelsea St., (Maverick Sq.) EAST BOSTON Monday at 8 a.m. Followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Anthony's Church, Revere at 9 a.m. Relatives & friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours Sunday 6-9 p.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. Handi-caped entrance and parking in rear of funeral nome on Bremen St. THOMAS-of Allston, Dec. 7, Isabel C, beloved mother of Nancy M. Magrath of Portsmouth, Rl and John D. Thomas of Little Rock. Ark. Sister of Donald Thomas of Stoughton and Maurice Thomas of Everett. Also survived by 9 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Monday atlO a.m. at the Foisom Funeral Home, 63 Belgrade Ave-. ROSLINDALE. Interment will be private. Visttmq hours Sunday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the MSPCA, 350 S. Huntington Ave,. Boston, MA 02130 would be appreciated. THOMPSON-OI Mansfield December 7.' 1995, Ralph G. "Chuckie Thompson, Husband of Karen A. (Dinger) Thompson. Father of Daniel J. Thompson and Ken A. Thompson both of Mansfield. Son of Ralph E. and Mary F. (Troy) Thompson of Hyde Park. Grandson of Margaret Thompson of Hyde Park. Brother of Steven A. Thompson, Linda M. Thompson, Jill E. Shea all of Walpolex Carol E. Thompson of Randolph. Also sur-' vived by several nieces and nephews. Funeral Services will be held Monday Dec. 10 at 1 1 00 A.M. in the Orthodox Congregational Church, 17 West St., Mansfield. Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend. Vistting hours at the Sherman & Jackson Funeral Home, 55 No. Main St., MANSFIELD, Sunday 3-6 P.M. Burial in the Spring Brook Cemetery, Mansfield. In lieu of flowers donations in Ralph s memory may be made to the Memorial Fund of the Orthodox Congre- 8attonal Church. 17 West St.. Mansfield, MA 2048 or to the charity of your choice. TRACY -Of Plymouth formerly of Cambridge Dec. 7, Mary C. Daughter of the late Thomas and Catherine (Mongan) Tracy Sister of the late Francis Tracy, Edward Tracy. Louts Tracy and Lawrence Tracy. Survived by many nieces, nephews, grand nieces and grand nephews and great grand nteces and great Prand nephews. Funeral from the Canmell uneral Home, 150 Court St., PLYMOUTH on Monday at 9 00 am followed by a Funeral " II w Pe,ers Churin. Plymouth at 10:00 am. Visiting 1 hour prior to the Ma; Bunal in Old Calvary Cemetery, BosforT lu.jg-nwgft'L-' -I-.-. ..-t,' A;"-" ' -' """"pppHWHW! ' JO s ! : ' - "Q V - MARY NEWMAN munist? (This was during the era of Sen. Joe McCarthy). . . why did she do that?" she said in 1994. In 1970, when she ran unsuccessfully for secretary of state, Globe political reporter Carol Surkin described her as "a quick-witted, hardworking legislator who possesses a pleasing combination of intelligence and charm. While holding a record as a constructive and enterprising legislator, she also retains her lively wit." She wTas the only woman in Sargent's Cabinet and became a leader in the early stages of the women's liberation movement. In a 1972 Globe interview, she encouraged women to "shed their aprons" and enter government, "one area in which too few women are employed." She was an executive member of the Massachusetts Taxpayers Association and became a visiting professor at the University of Massachusetts in Boston in 1975. She took a leave of absence for a year to take the regional director's post under President Ford, and returned to UMass, where she lectured until recently. Yesterday, Weld said, "Mary Newman, for years the grande dame both of Cambridge and its Republican party, launched me in politics by serving as chair of my statewide campaign in 1978. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Dec. 19 in Memorial Church at Harvard University in Cambridge. DEATHS VIANO-Of Boston, Dec. 7, 1995 Robert E. Beloved brother of Donald Viano of Newton, t Hichard m. Viano ot Weliesley and ; the late Frank, Paul. Philip and ; Barbara Smith. Also survived by j many nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and arand-neohews. Fu neral from the McNamara Funeral Home, 460 Washington St. (at Lake St.) BRIGHTON, Monday at 10 o'clock. Funeral Mass in the Church of the Infant Jesus. 918 West Roxbury Parkway, Chestnut Hill at 1 1 a.m. Interment Cambridge Cemetery. Visiting hours Sunday 2-5 p.m. VITAGLI ANO-Of Marbtehead December 8, Anthony Tony". Beloved husband of Marion Mimi ' (Strayer). Loving father of Mark Vitagliano of Revere, Gina Licata of Winthrop and John Licata of Maiden. Dear brother of Salvatore, Eugene, Robert and Nicholas Vitagliano and Rose Marie lacovino at! of NY. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Relatives & friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours from the Kirby-Rapino Memorial Home, (617569-0305). 917 Bennington St., (Orient Heights), EAST BOSTON Sunday from 3-5 p.m. immediately followed by services in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations in Tony's memory may be made to North Shore Cancer Care, Highland Ave., Salem, MA 01970 or the American Brain Tumor Assoc., 2720 River Rd., Suite 146, DesPlaines, IL 60018-4110. Handicaped entrance and ample parking cvaitable. WALLACE -Mildred (Sax) of Everett on December 8. Beloved wife of the late Abraham Wallace. Loving aunt of Betty Meissner of Warwick, Rl. Graveside services at the Agu-dos Shalom Cemetery, Fuller St., Everett on Sunday, December TO at 1 p.m. Contributions in her memory may be made to Cong. Tifereth Israel of Everett, 34 Maiden St., Everett MA 02149. Arrangements entrusted to the Torf Funeral Chapel, CHELSEA. WALSH-Of Norwood. formerly of westwood, uec. 7, David I. Walsh. Beloved husband of Rita (Brennan). Loving, ! father of Judith Brighton of Olym- 'Egremont, Mass. and David I. 1 Walch Ir nl VAlnnlo Rrnlhor i-if vvdsninqiun, jane vvaisn ot nien rrocior ot Laconia. iN.n. miso survived by 6 grandchildren and many nieces & nephews. Funeral from the the John F. Holden Westwood Funeral Home, 55 High Rock St., WESTWOOD, Monday, December 11 at B OO a m. Funeral Mass in St. Dents Church at 9 00 a m. Relatives & friends are invited. Visiting hours Sunday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Interment private. Late Army Veteran WWII. Teamster Union Member Local 259. Late member Norfolk Golf Club. Donations may be made in David's memory to the charity of your choice. WARNER-Of Marshfield. Dec. 5th. Donald F. Beloved husband of the late Marianne (Hrqgins) Warner. Devoted father nf Marl. D r"KQWD.r-,a IAV Mal i F. of Walpole and Erin E. of Bos- ton. Loving brother of Maureen M. Of BerlfnriT and tho lato Inhn P .Ir of Newport, Rl. Carina grandfather of Ryan T. and Kathleen M. of Cheyenne, WY. Uncte to numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral from the Robert J. Lawler & Crosby Funeral Home, 1803 Centre St., WEST ROXBURY, Monday, Dec. 1 ith at 7:15 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Christine's Church, Rte. 3A, Marshfield at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours Sunday 2-4 & 7-9 .m. Interment Mass. National Cemetery, ourne at 1 1 a.m. Donations may be made tn Donald's memory to the American Cancer Society or the Mass. Maritime Academy. WILCOX-Of Marshfield. Dec 6th, Bertram L. Bert . Beloved husband of Elinor (Smith) ''"-ua. r-ainer oi jenrey. MarK, ! and Thomas all of Marshfield, Paul ! of CA, Susan Camelio and JoAnn I Canniff both of Marshfield and Natalia HuHlou n rr-, ornti-.AF I fte.r. Wllcox of Carver and Elaine Savitski of Ml. Also survived by 13 grandchildren Funeral from the MacDonafd Funeral Home 1755 Ocean St., Rte. 139. MARSHFIELD, Monday at 9 a m. followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Christines Church at 10 am Visiting hours Sunday 2-4 and 7-9. Contributions in Bert's memory may be made to Cranberry Hospice, 161 Summer St . Kinas-ton, 02364. Veteran U.S. Navy Korea ANNOUNCEMENTS OLD DORCHESTER POST A.L 65 We regret to announce the passing of Comrade James McDonald. Wake O Donnell's Funeral Home, Neponset Av. Dorchester Sun 2-6 Cmdr., Wm Whalen Adj., Pete Peters IN MEMORIAM 1991 ABRAHAM SARKiS 1995 It s been a while since you went away I think of you every singie day I'm thankful for the day we met A person like you I'll never forget If I had a problem, you're the first to call Of people I knew, you stood above all Someone who was thoughtful, courteous, kind You were the very best in my mind Your fnend, Ralph David I. Walsh, 81 Retired Herald driver David I. Walsh of Westwood, a retired driver for the Herald, died Thursday in Norwood Hospital. He was 81. Mr. Walsh was bom in Jamaica Plain. He served in the Army in Africa, Europe and Italy during World War II. A member of Teamsters Local 259 for 47 years, he was a driver for the Herald for many years until his retirement in 1977. An avid golfer, he was a member of the Norfolk Golf Club for 26 years. He leaves his wife, Rita (Bren-nan); two daughters, Judith Brighton of Olympia, Wash., and Jane of Egremont; a son, David I. Jr. of Walpole; a sister, Helen Proctor of Laconia, N.H.; and six granchildren. A funeral Mass will be said at 9 a.m. Monday in St Denis Church in Westwood. ' ' - f ' i . V ' - " ' ., .j DENIS DONOVAN Denis Donovan, 71 Retired Abington carpenter Denis Donovan, a retired carpenter, died of cancer Thursday in his home in Abington. He was 71. Mr. Donovan was born in Clona-kilty, Ireland. After completing his apprenticeship in carpentry, he immigrated to Boston in 1948. A finish carpenter who specialized in hardwoods, he repaired and , renovated many churches, convents and colleges in Greater Boston. He was a former president of the Irish Music Club of Boston and a member of the Knights of St. Fin-bar, the Irish Social Club and Com-haltas Ceoltoiri Eireann. He also sang with the glee club of the Clover Club of Boston. He leaves his wife, Catherine (Gill); three sons, Kevin J. of Mur-freesboro, Tenn., John T. of Read-ville and Denis B. of Washington; two daughters, Kathy Gibney of Hopkinton and Joanne Caputo of Milton; a sister, Mary Donovan Hales of Clonakilty; and nine grandchildren. A funeral Mass will be said at 11 a.m. Monday in St. Bridget's Church in Abington. Burial will be in Mt. Benedict Cemetery in West Roxbury. Howard C. Cusack, 81 Formerly of Travelers Insurance Howard C. Cusack of Homo-sassa, Fla., a retired field operations officer for Travelers Insurance Co., died yesterday in Deaconess Hospi-;tal in Boston. He was 81. Bom in New York City, Mr. Cusack graduated from the University of Notre Dame. He was a field operations officer for Travelers Insurance in metropolitan New York for 33 years until his retirement. He leaves his wife, Madeline (Blake); two daughters, Constance Donohue of Brookfield, Conn., and Maureen Saldarini of Newton; two sons, Howard T. of Newton and Kevin M. of San Francisco; and seven grandchildren. A funeral Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Monday in St. Ignatius Church in Newton. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery in Needham. Stella Inda, 74 Was Mexican fdm sta r ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 MEXICO CITY - Stella Inda, who starred in dozens of movies in Mexico and abroad, died of pneumonia Thursday. She was 74. Ms. Inda was best known during the heyday of Mexican movie-making in the 1940s and 1950s. One of her most remembered Hollywood roles was in a 20th Century Fox production of "Captain from Castille," which starred Tyrone Power. Her first major role came in 1937 in the movie "La Mancha de Sangre," known in the United States as "The Bloodstain." v m - - j JULIAN SZEKELY Julian Szekely, 61 MIT engineering professor ASSOCJ ATED PRESS . CAMBRIDGE - Julian Szekely, a professor of materials engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology known for his work in the development of mathematical models, died Thursday of cancer. He was 61. Mr. Szekely's research was published in seven textbooks, 12 edited volumes and more than 420 journal articles. He received several patents and had several more pending. A native of Budapest who became a US citizen in 1972, he developed the first comprehensive mathematical model of fluid-flow, electromagnets and heat transfer phenomena for the refinement and solidification of metals. He was a consultant to steel companies 20 years ago when the industry struggled for efficiency against the high costs of labor and pollution control. His recent research concentrated on welding and soldering problems in materials processing, and the mathematical modeling of welding, soldering, plasma systems and chemical vapor deposition. He took part in a complex micro-gravity experiment that was flown in the space shuttle last year as part of a team effort by NASA and several American and German universities. Mr. Szekely also worked to improve US-Japanese relations by urging engineers and scientists in each country to learn more about the other's language, culture and society. After coming to the United States, he taught at the State University of New York at Buffalo until 1975. He then came to MIT. A funeral mass will be said at 11 a.m. Tuesday in St. Joseph Church in South Lincoln. MIT plans a memorial service Feb. 16. ROBERT VIANO Robert E. Viano, 83 Retired public relations executive Robert Emmet Viano, a retired public relations executive, died Thursday in Youville Hospital in Cambridge. He was 83. Mr. Viano was born in Somer-rille. He graduated from Syracuse University and was an editor with the Tribune Press in Gouverneur, N.Y., before serving in the Coast Guard during World War II. After the war, he was associate editor of PIC magazine and a public relations executive with Phillip Morris Co. in New York, before establishing his own firm in Park Square in Boston. He leaves two brothers, Donald of Newton and Richard of Weliesley. A funeral Mass will be said at 11 a.m. Monday in the Church of the Infant Jesus in Brookline. Burial will be in Cambridge Cemetery. IIOST1L0 Iraven. Business as usual. . . every day The Globe's Business Pages. Boston 6lobc 466-1818 for Home Delivery. josaSavfci ' Northeast t$ ' At--. y Uqyj England 1-95 crash kills 1, injures several NORWOOD - One person was killed and several others injured in a three-car accident on Interstate 95 last night, police said. State Police would not release details of the accident last night or the names of the victims. The collision occurred shortly before 9 p.m. on 1-95 between Neponset and Coney streets, police said. Police were investigating the accident last night. OA guilty in gun sale An alleged Roxbury gang member faces a minimum of 15 years in prison after being convicted by a federal jury on weapons and ammunition charges. Frederick Cardoza, 24, was convicted yesterday of illegally possessing ammunition as a convicted felon and causing a handgun to be sold to a juvenile. Cardoza, who has 15 prior felony convictions and 20 defaults on state court appearances, was found guilty of arranging the sale of a Bryco 9mm semiautomatic pistol and ammunition to a juvenile in July. 1 killed, 1 hurt in home invasion LAWRENCE - A 30-year-old Lawrence man was shot and killed and a Methuen man was wounded in a home invasion Thursday on Hampton Street. Roberto Vrena, 30, was killed when several men burst into the first-floor apartment at about 9 p.m. Thursday and began shooting, police said. Eddie de la Cruz, 27, staggered to a neighbor's apartment to get help. He was ail-lifted to Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, where a hospital spokeswoman said he was in stable condition after undergoing surgery. Police said yesterday they had made no arrests in the case. N.H. arrests tied to US check ring NASHUA - A police officer whose suspicions were aroused outside a Nashua bank arrested four men in what police say is a sophisticated, coast-to-coast, multimillion-dollar check-cashing scheme. The four men, who police said are linked to an Asian gang in the Monterey, Calif., area, were charged after police found more than 20 counterfeit payroll checks and evidence the men were hitting banks in several New Hampshire cities. (AP) 3 youths arrested in car vandalism FAIRFIELD, Conn. - Three teenagers have been arrested after allegedly painting a swastika on a Jewish classmate's car. Christopher Dellorco, 18, and Michael Bonaffini, 17, were arrested Wednesday and an unidentified 15-year-old was referred to Juvenile Court. The car was defaced with paint and smeared with animal feces, said Capt. Robert Comers. He said the three suspects previously had insulted the owner of the car for being Jewish. She seeks to wed soldier fiance ORONO, Maine - An Orono woman hopes to wed her soldier fiance in Germany before he is deployed to Bosnia. Martha Esta-brooks recently traveled to Germany to marry Army Capt. Thomas Weth-erington of Windham. But the wedding was postponed because of unfinished paperwork at the local town hall. Wetherington is a logistics officer in the Army's 1st Armored Division. (AP) Ga. mother held in custody dispute BAR HARBOR, Maine - A Georgia woman wanted in her home state for allegedly abducting her three children was taken into custody this week when she got off the Bluenose Ferry in Bar Harbor after a trip from Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Antoinette Jewett, 36, of Duluth, Ga., was detained at the ferry terminal by customs officials Wednesday when she could not provide birth certificates for her children, who range in age from 9 to 15, authorities said. A .computen. check showed she was wanted in Georgia. (AP) Mews Briefs R.I. town settles police bias suit NORTH PROVIDENCE, R.I. - A i $12,000 settlement of a discrimi- ', nation claim by the town's first fe- ; male police officer was a cost-saving measure and not an admission of wrongdoing, according to town officials. As part of the settlement, Diane Arzoomanian will return to the force with seniority. Arzoomanian went on maternity leave in December 1989, then took 16 weeks unpaid leave starting in March 1990. She returned to work briefly in July 1990, but resigned from the force two months later, citing conflicts between work and family. She applied to the force repeatedly between 1991 and 1995 but was not rehired. (AP) Maine man leaves $lm to school NORTH BRIDGTON, Maine - A former student of Bridgton Academy has left over $1 million to 1 the school. Waldron E. Fernald of '' Norway, Maine, was a member of the class of 1923. The school announced yesterday that the gift will be used to establish a scholarship fund. Fernald died in April. N.H. man in crash will not be tried PLYMOUTH, N.H. - A 21-year-old Ashland man will not be tried for the automobile accident in October that killed his twin brother, prosecutors said. Police at the scene charged Craig Melanson with negligent homicide. They said alcohol and excessive speed appeared to have been factors in the crash. Melanson said he was not drunk, which his lawyer said was demonstrated by blood-alcohol tests. (AP) UMass researcher loses fruit in fire BELCHERTOWN - A University of Massachusetts researcher says he may have lost years of work in developing new strains of apples in a fire that heavily damaged a root cellar at the university's Horticultural Research Center. Professor Duane Green said he had more than 200 hybrid apple seedlings in the building. He said the root stock had been from 25 new varieties he has been studying. Farm manager Joe Sincook said he discovered the smoldering fire about 4 p.m. Thursday. The cause of the blaze has not been determined. (AP) City councilor jailed for fraud HAVERHILL - A city councilor has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for trying to cheat on the workers' compensation insurance at his home-improvement business.. William P. Chase, 48, of Bradford also was fined $4,000 Thursday by US District Court Judge Mark L. Wolf. Chase had pleaded guilty in September to conspiring to defraud his insurance company and the In-! ternal Revenue Service. (AP) ' " ' Stunned trio allegedly tried to rob detective Three surprised juveniles were arrested in Cambridge last night when the man they attempted to rob turned out to be a plainclothes detective, police said. Detective David Diamond was part of a stepped-up patrol of an area of North Cambridge where about 35 armed robberies have occurred in the last three months, said Frank Pasquarello, a police spokesman. At about 7:15 p.m. the three youths approached Diamond, pointed a small black firearm at him and ordered the detective to give up his cash. Instead, Diamond drew his own firearm and ordered the three suspects to stop, Pasquarello said. After a brief foot chase and a building search, three suspects were captured and placed under arrest. Police are investigating the possibility that the attempted holdup was related to similar robberies in the area, Pasquarello said. SUSAN E. NEFF

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