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U.S7t CJutiaya nacai ran to lar t3?S.J5i Out im P4KKM last vmt 8433.9W Oetd $li.70 THE DAILY OKLAUOMAN Wednesday, September 6. 1978 25 U.S. Citizen Tells Soviets He's Framed MOSCOW (AP) American businessman Francis J. Crawford told a court here Tuesday that testimony linking him to an international currency and contraband gang was fabricated, that evidence was forged and that key defense documents were missing. "The prosecution's case is full of holes," the 37-year-old Moscow representative for International Harvester said to Western reporters after pleading innocent at the opening day of his trial. Crawford's Soviet attorney, Leonid M. Popov, said the trial could end with a verdict today. If convicted, he faces up to eight years in prison. The three Russians tried with him seam-stress Ludmila Kiselev, her husband Vladimir and a cashier. Alia Solovyova, similarly charged, pleaded guilty and expressed remorse. Taking the witness stand, Crawford remained composed as he attempted to pick apart the damaging testimony of Kiselev and his seamstress wife. Kiselev said he met Crawford through a mutual friend in early 1977 and illegally traded currency with him from then on. "I wanted to buy U.S. dollars. Crawford wanted to buy rubles. On both sides there was mutual benefit and interest," said Kiselev. The Mobile, Ala., native is accused of buying 20,000 rubles from Kiselev. a large-scale currency Deaths Listed Across State ADA DEATON, Amy Elizabeth, 21. Services today (Criswell). LITTLE, E.A., 83, retired farmer. Services Thursday (Smith). PEAY, Viola, 77. Services Thursday (Smith). WHITE, Lillie Mae, 85. Services were Tuesday (Criswell). ALBERT CASH, Howard Eugene, 69. Services today (Fort Cobb). ARDMORE JONES, Mrs. John M. (Carrie), 98. Services today (Harvey). DAVIS BECK. Ralph W., 38. traffic accident victim. Services Friday (Bahner-Fox). DRUMRIGHT FACKER, Mrs. Lela E., 73. Services today (Smith). ENID SMITH, Clarence. 77, carpenter. Services Saturday (Russworm). BENT2, Mrs. Walter (Clara)., 72. Services today (Ladusau-Evans). FAIRLAND PRYOR, Belvla U Mrs., 75. Services Friday (Cooper). FORGAN BURRIS. James E. 61. Services Thursday (Clark, Beaver). LINDSAY ROMINE, Mrs. Minnie, 78. Services today (Brown, Chickasha). MANGUM DYER, Albert "Dent," 75, retired farmer. Services today (Greer). McLOUD ROLLAND, Kelly Brent. 15, sophomore at Bethel High School, drowning victim. Services Thursday (Cooper, Tecumseh). MEEKER BO WEN. Jesse, 81, retired farmer. Services Thursday (Curry, Chandler). MULDROW JENKINS. William B., 83. Services Thursday (Huckleberry). OKEMAH BLEVINS, James L-, 18. Services Thursday (Webb). PERRY HEJPMANEK. Emilie B., 80. Services today (Perry). SHAWNEE FORESEE, Nan E.. 84. Services today (Roesch Brothers). STROUD LAY, Nancy Eveline, 101. Services today (Curry). WARDVILLE GRAY, Julia. 68. Ser-vices today (Epperson, Coalgate). manipulator. The prosecution said Crawford paid $8,320 for the rubles, about a fourth of the legal exchange rate. Crawford also is accused of buying six precious samovars from the Kiselevs. Samovars are classed as antiques in the Soviet Union and their export is forbidden. "The testimony is a complete fabrication," Crawford told Judge Lev Mironov. He denied exchanging dollars except through legal banking channels. Crawford was arrested June 12 in apparent retaliation for spying charges lodged against two Soviet U.N. employees in the United States. Death Ruled 'Suicide' Questioned by Lawmen Bald Exotic? AP Uaatphoto Actress Persis Kham-batta, a former Miss In dia and model, is shown recently before and after she shaved her head for a part as the exotic woman Ilia, from Delta planet, in the film "Star Trek the Motion Picture," being filmed in Los Angeles. Nearly 100 other humans auditioned for the role. By Judy Fosse tt WAGONER - The death of a man shot in the legs and head has been officially ruled a suicide although lawmen, who question that finding, say the man would have to have shot himself once, reloaded his gun and then fired twice more. The body of -40-year-old Lloyd Elliott" was found sitting upright under a tree in Wagoner a few blocks from his home Saturday afternoon. Wagoner County Deputy Sheriff Joe Reynolds said Elliott .had been shot on the outside of his left leg, again on the inside of his right leg and through the roof of his ' mouth with the bullet passing through the back of his head. Reynolds said the .22-caliber revolver in Elliott's hand contained two fired rounds and three empty rounds. "If it was suicide, he would have had to shoot himself once, reload and shoot himself twice more," Reynolds said. The deputy said investigating police officers told him they found several more live and spent rounds beneath the body. Elliott's body also bore a wound on his left arm and a puncture wound on his right hand, the deputy said. Reynolds said Elliott was wearing black socks but no shoes when found, and the socks showed no signs . that Elliott had walked in them to the area where he died. The deputy said the body was examined by county medical examiner Dr. Murray Engle who ruled the death a suicide. Reynolds said he requested that an autopsy be performed. by the state medical examiner's office in Tulsa, but Engle denied the request. Elliott was buried Tuesday. Both Reynolds and Sheriff Tommy Gilbert said they doubt the shooting occurred where the body was found or that Elliott fired all the shots himself. "I'm not saying he didn't commit suicide," Reynolds said. "I think he did, but not the way it looks." Lawmen had been looking for Elliott since Friday when his estranged wife claimed he had fired a shot at her. SUSPECT IN SURGERY Last Respects Paid Slain Chief TULSA A 25-year-old Tulsan charged with murder in the fatal Friday shooting of Catoosa Police Chief J.B. Hamby underwent surgery for the second time Tuesday for wounds sustained in the exchange of gunfire. Meanwhile, more than 2,000 persons, including Gov. David Boren and state law enforcement officials, paid last respects to the slain chief in services at Catoosa. A spokesman for Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital said David Gordon Smith underwent a second operation, but said she knew neither the reason for the surgery nor Smith's condition. Smith was placed under guard at the hospital . Friday after he was taken to the hospital for treatment shortly after the gun battle. Smith, shot in the hand and thigh, reportedly told police he was cleaning a gun when it accidentally discharged. Rogers County Sheriff Amos Ward said a bullet removed from Smith's leg was identified as a slug from a .357 magnum revolver. Police Chief Hamby had been armed with a .357 magnum, Ward said. Hamby and robbery suspect Jack Voting, also of Tulsa, were killed during in a shootout at the Catoosa tag agency Friday morning. Hamby, 46, was snot in an exchange of gunfire with two masked men when he responded to a call that the tag agency was being robbed. Hamby killed one of the men and wounded the other. Ward said the preliminary investigation showed the wounded suspect fired the shot that killed Hamby. A first-degree murder charge naming Smith was filed Saturday in Rogers County. Boren eulogized Hamby as a valiant and courageous man, and said more people should follow his example of doing his job to the fullest. Kelly Services Thursday ( Public Records" Services for Leonard F. Kelly, 22. of 2009 Sandra Drive, will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Bill Eisen-hour Southeast Funeral Home with burial in Sunny Lane Cemetery. He died Saturday in Albany, Ga., after a gun accident. Kelly graduated from Midwest City High School in 1975 and joined the Marine Corp. He was stationed In Albany. He was a member of the Sooner Baptist Church. Survivors Include his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly Sr., Midwest City; three brothers, George Jr., Oklahoma City; David, of North Caro-Una, and Steve, of the home, and a sister, Pam, of the home. GILBERT BA8EY Memorial services for Gilbert L. Basey, 85, Har-lingen, Texas, longtime Oklahoma City resident, will be at 4 p.m. today in Memorial Park Cemetery. He died Saturday in Har-UnRen after a long Illness. Born in Piedmont. Basey left Oklahoma City five years ago after his retirement at Globe Life & Accident Insurance Co. He was a member of the First Baptist Church. Survivors Include two daughters, Mrs. Ella Boyd, Harlingen, and Mrs. Atha Kendrick, Eckert. Colo.; a brother, Olan. of Oklahoma City; five grandchildren, and nine greatgrandchildren. EVA MURRAH Memorial services and burial for Mrs. Eva Murrain, 77, of 716 Whispering Oak Road, will be at 2 p.m. today in Rose Hill Cemetery. She died Tuesday at BaptlM Medical Center af-ter a lone Illness. Mrs. Murrah was born near Crescent and came to Oklahoma City in 1918 where she worked as a le- I Leonard Kelly gal secretary until her retirement. Survivors Include her son, Guy, o( the home, and three grandchildren 2 Charged in Shooting ECORSE, Mich. (AP) Two 18-year-old Ecorse men were charged Tuesday with attempted murder in the soccer match shootings Sunday that left five spectators wounded. Alvin Pritchett and Ronald Hall stood mute at their arraignment before Judge Carl Rhoads In Ecorse Municipal Court. LEVI SWLVK Services for Levi Swink, 65, of 319 E Douglass Drive will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Bill Eisen-hour Southeast Funeral Home with burial in Kolb Cemetery. He died Monday at St. Anthony Hospital after a long illness. Swink was born in Hen-ryctta and came to Oklahoma City In 1943. He worked at the Oklahoma League for the Blind, was a Mason and active in a local gun club. Survivors include his wife, Linnie; a half brother, G.C.. of Oklahoma City, and his stepmother, Ida, of Houston. Funerals WILLIS, Daymie, 88, of 2709 Manchester Drive. Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday at First Baptist Church, Nicoma Park, with burial in Sunny Lane Cemetery directed by Fill Eiscnhour Northeast Funeral Home. NORRIS, William F., 86, Norman. Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Lantz Funeral Home, Rogersvllle, Pa., with burial In Rogersville directed be Primrose Funeral Homo, Norman. KELLY, Leonard F., 22, of 2009 Sandra Drive. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home with burial in Sunny Lane Cemetery. BASEY, Gilbert L.. 85, Harlingen, Texas, formerly of Oklahoma City. Graveside services will be at 4 p.m. In Memorial Lane Cemetery directed by Guardian Midtown Funeral Home. MURRAH, Eva. 77, of 716 Whispering Oak Road. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Rose Hill Cemetery. Births Baplial Stoward. Mr. and Mrs. Jorry. Dol C1y. a boy Campbell. Mr. and Mra. Daniel. 4005 NW 19. a girl. Lultrell, Mr and Mra. Dan E . 2209 NW 30. a boy. Millar. Mr. and Mra Boogo. 6706 NW 20 Terrace., a gm VMIanova. Mr. and Mrs. Anlhony. Yukon, a boy. Lltllo. 1 Chno. Mr and Mra. Donnie. 701 J MocArtnur. a boy Moncrsvifl, Mr and Mra. Chna, .29 NW 90. a 0"l- Fang. Mr. and Mrs Timothy, 221 E 70. a boy. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent. Jr . MO NW 71, a girl. Poole, Toresa. 2221 NW 34. a , Diana. Mooro. a girl and Mrs. Greg. 1240 Rot,1. 1100 SW 58. Parkhill. Mr. and 3832 NW 50. iboy , Edilh. 2317 W! Mr and Mrs. Gary, Wilkerson. Mr. and Mrs James, Gctd. Mrand Mrs Bill .4017 NW , a boy. Hlllcreal York. Mr. and I SW 78 Terrace, a 01 1709 Manor Drive vonne G Eaton, 82, McGlasson. 33. Barnhiil. Mr an 2805 SW 53. a boy. and Mrs Hong Chin. kweli. 66. ol 1120 Wayne. Cavanaugn. 21. of 8720 . Independence, and Jayne R. DeWnt. 20. ot 3441 SW a Robert Paul Wolslad. 36. and Brenda Carol Morse. 28, both ot 3324 Beachwood. Randall Fletcher Howard. 44. and Elizabeth Ann Howard. 42. both 10 309 E Curtis. Kevin Wosliry Comer. 21. Tulsa, and Penny Lee Powell, IB. ol 817 Colston. Ernest E. vs. Frances K. Crews. Linda K vs Grant P Floyd. Deborah va. Michael Hawkins. John H vs Mariorie V Herbert. David N vs Phyllis M Jordan, Linda Gail vs Wilka Polls. L. Cormeil vs. Lawrence Echard. Mr. and Mrs Darr Slowest City, a boy Ward. Mr. and Mrt Jrdwmt City, i 19.01 6120 S ' Jemee Randall Murray. 38. 216 NW 2. and Mary Ann Mill Austin. Mid- Knight 22. Mrs Paul E . Walker. Mr and Mrs. Paul. Ma-west City, a girl Moody. Mr a 8113 N B'ookaid South k .3012 , 60S SW 66. a boy. Joel Thomas Hinson. 18. ot 404 Tinkw Bent ta Rutr. ca'W 22. !m 10. ol 382 1 Green. 21. ol Tulsa Joel Thomas Hint. SW 36. and Neva G Baker. , 34. and Pame- 14420 SW Rosewood Di Miner. 25. ot 8813 Nc 12 Oruee Arthur Storm. 28. thryn Joy Burnett. 27, and Donna Q. Morns. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny, larrah. a girl McCarty. Mr and Mrs Brady. Seibert. Mr. and Mrs Lee. 2241 Coleman. Mr and Mrs Leroy. Cs"hla(ds0' Mr and Mrs Jeffrey. Sentinel, a boy Sides. Mr and Mrs John, ten NW 6. a girt I Mrs Larry 531 nd Mrs William. 1900 S Ever,!. gl White Eagle. 31 Rusk Catherine Cagle vs. Kerry Keith Schooler. Peggy E. vs. Wflliam E Seals. Lola Deles vs. WUIiam Henry Whetstone. Robert Glen vs. Dan. Whittington. Norma Joan vs. Eul-' Janet Dorothy Clino. James Lowell vs Ouorrs Cunningham. Manna vs Earl a Engst. James A vs Jo Ann Bitty Ray Gnmsley. 30. Choctaw. Moreheatd. Marilyn Cant . and Rose Mary McGrew, 33. Woodrow W Pritcnard. 63. ol iR2i nw 44, and Eiaabeth t 79 Foster Drrva Scnrtkder. SI er Air Fore Baue. and SnaMa javahen. 21. ot 547 E Harmon 21. 01314 S. Portm. N R vs L G. Rogers. Gary Lynn vs. Patncta StwRueotnh vs Detoraa Sidi. Anna Reader vs Jacob

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