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14 14 311 I Associated Press Winter was ushered in today by a series of storms that spread snow and freezing rain from Oregon to Maine after lacing parts of Idaho with knee-deep accumulations and ripping Montana with winds gusting to 70 mph. Winter officially arrived today at 8:23 a.m. PST. as the Southern California used area dug out from an unusual winter storm. Freezing rain fell early today from the middle Missouri valley into Illinois and Minnesota while snow continued to pile up in the central Rockies, the National Weather Service said.

A winter storm warning was issued for northern Pennsylvania and winter storm watches were posted from eastern Pennsylvania into Maine. In Florida, forecasters kept an eye on Hurricane Lill, only the fourth December hurricane in more than a century. By early today, 2 inches of new snow was on the ground at Pendleton, and an inch was reported at Kalispell, Mont. By 1 a.m. today, the latest series of storms had brought 20 inches of snow to MulIan, Idaho, the weather service said.

Winter got a jump on the West Coast. Schools closed Thursday as snow blasted Portland 7 and the town of Burns, had a record low for the date 15 degrees below zero. Southern California, meanwhile, dug out from more than a foot of snow blamed for 10 highway deaths since Wednesday. Edwards Air Force Base, the desert facility where space shuttle missions have landed when weather was poor in Florida, was reopened Thursday after being shut down by the snow, which accumulated up to 16 Inches in some Screening for cancer supported CHICAGO (AP) Prostate cancer screening programs for men older than 45 are cost-efficient and successful in early detection of a disease that will develop in 75,000 American men this year and kill 25,000, researchers say. University of Chicago researchers said screening programs during which a doctor specifically looks for a problem detect cases of prostate cancer in its early stages when the chances for a cure are greater.

Prostate cancer, which generally occurs in males 50 and older, is the third deadliest cancer in American men, causing about 25,000 deaths a year, according to the study in today's Journal of the American Medical Association. The incidence of prostate cancer also increases with age. Dr. Gerald Chodak, one of the researchers, said early detection was critical because about 50 percent of the men with advanced prostate cancer that which has spread to lymph nodes oe bones die within two years. Chodak said his research has not shown whether screening for prostate cancer has the same results as for breast or colon cancer, where it affects mortality rates.

Other studies of prostate cancer have shown that screening might extend a patient's life, but he said it is not known whether screening can reduce the number of deaths per year from the disease. Another "dilemma with early detection is that it is possible the cancers you pick up by screening are cancers that might never kill a person," he said. "You put people through a lot of tests and treatments when they may not have been required." Chodak said prostate cancer can be detected in a routine physical exam but often it can be overlooked. Specific screening for the problem is more successful, he said. Insulin pump risks claimed CHICAGO (AP) Diabetics who use insulin pumps can better regulate their blood sugar levels, but they run the risk of contracting an infection, according to a study of 161 insulin-dependent patients.

An insulin pump is a battery-operated device about the size of a pack of playing cards, said Dr. Robert Mecklenburg, one of the authors of the study. The pump is worn externally, but delivers precise doses of insulin to the patient by means of a needle inserted in the abdomen, he said. According to the report, published in today's Issue of tht Journal of the American Medical Association, physicians measured the frequency of complications in patients using insulin pumps against those being treated with conventional injections. During the course of the study, the doctors found that 42 percent of the diabetics using insulin pumps experienced one or more acute complications.

Doctors said the most frequent problem was infection at the infusion site, a complication not found in patients receiving conventional therapy, In the study, 29 percent of those using a pump had at least one Infection. PeOpitTIOMOCipMenl 3rotteuum Proof vie inkiq er in the places. Fierce winds whistled through the Rockies on Thursday. Gusts to 70 mph rattled East Glacier Mounthin between Kalispell and Cut Bank, the weather service said. The Coast Guard on Thursday called off its search for an 11-yearold girl who was swept away a day earlier by the 10 mph current of an engorged creek at Marina del Rey, as she walked along a bike path.

County lifeguard Capt. Steve DALLAS (AP) The parents of a teen-ager who hid his cancer symptoms, knowing the immigrant family couldn't afford medical treatment, may be able to take him home to Poland for burial because of an outpouring of sympathy from around the nation, a nun says. "A man from California called me and he was crying the whole time," said Sister Paraclete of St. Monica's Church, which is coordinating aid to the family. "I have been on the phone almost constantly.

I never expected anything like this to happen," she said. Padwel Sitarz, known as "Paul" to his friends, knew his parents couldn't afford medical treatments and that they depended heavily on his knowledge of English. So the 16-year-old youth never told them of his wracking coughs, a symptom of the prostate cancer that claimed his life Saturday. Sister Paraclete said the concern of strangers may make it possible for the youth's parents to return him to Poland for burial. "We don't have it in writing yet," she said.

"But that is the only consolation." People are not Just offering money, Sister Paraclete said there have been offers of English lessons A lone auto makes its way along a highway near Palmdale, about 100 miles north of Los Angeles. Saylors said county patrols continued along the creek banks and from the air, but "basically it's a needle in a haystack. To the best of our knowledge she is missing and presumed dead." A skier missing since Wednesday walked up to rescuers searching for him on Thursday in mountains about 30 miles northeast of Los Angeles. Authorities said he probably saved his life by spending the night on Waterman Mountain in a snow bank, which kept him sufficiently warm. Sympathy may allow parents to bury selfless son in Poland and possibly a Job for Padwel's father, Longa' Sitarz, a Solidarity leader who was freed from prison after agreeing to leave Poland in 1982.

Concerned about the cost of medical care, Padwel hid his disease while helping his parents make the difficult adjustment in a new country where they don't speak English. "He carried his whole family during the relocation," said Diane Warren, an employee of the hotel where Padwel's mother works as a housekeeper. Last Wednesday, Padwel began coughing blood during class at Hillcrest High School. He was rushed to a 'hospital, where he died of a prostate cancer that surgeons said bad spread to his lungs and stomach. "My understanding is that he'd been coughing like this for some time," said Margaretta Cage, one of his teachers.

"He knew they didn't have money for a doctor so he wouldn't say anything." Sister Paraclete said most callers have been from the Dallas area, but there have also been offers and condolences from Colorado, Florida, California, Georgia, Alabama and Illinois. WATERBEDS aterbe IA mattresses -corn or err, M113511! ts1 0.1EN D'AIDY 10118, t74, 1 1114 EVER' INGOOESREGARDLESSOF CO Fai Sale Information! This special sale was ordered by our owners! All merchandise must go! We have been given clearance to sell dli goods by February 5thl You simply will never have a better chance to buy! Worth a trip from anywhere! Bring your truck, station wagon, trailer save! qppv WATERBED MATTRESSES 9995 All sizes. Demos. PILLOWS SHEETS COMFORTERS SHEETS $24" All sizes end colors, 1 MAMESS i PADS 'sex slave' suspect investigated in connection with another case RED BLUFF, Calif. (AP) The man accused of holding a woman as a sex slave for seven years has pleaded innocent, but also is being investigated in connection with the disappearance of a second woman, police report.

Mill worker Cameron Hooker, 0' 31, pleaded innocent Thursday in Tehama County Superior Court on charges of kidnapping a 20ear- old woman from a Red Bluff street in 1977 and keeping her enslaved for seven years, at times holding her in boxes. 1 Judge Richard Itultgren set a trial date of Feb. 20 and ordered Hooker's bail to remain at $500,000. Hooker Hooker's possible connection with the second case was announced Thursday by Police Chief U.F. Bullerjahn of Chico, 36 miles south of Red Bluff.

Bullerjahn issued a statement saying Hooker's wife Janice, 26, named her husband as the kidnapper and killer of Marie Elizabeth Spannhake. Spannhake, then 18, disappeared on Jan. 31, 1976, from a Chico street. In an earlier statement, the Red Bluff police department confirmed that it was "conducting an investigation to ascertain if Hooker had any involvement in the disappearance" of Spannhake, who had mrmi tn Chinn from Ciminland. (Min Bullerjahn said Mrs.

Hooker told police that "she and her husband picked up Spannhake as she was walking home. They allegedly drove her to their Red Bluff home, where she was apparently tortured and murdered." "The body is supposed to have been taken to an undisclosed location and buried," Bullerjahn said. Chico and Red Bluff police accompanied Mrs. Hooker to the site recently, but found no body, he said. "The Chico police department has no factual corrobation of the statement made by Janice Hooker but will continue to investigate," Bullerjahn said.

According to The Chico Enterprise-Record, Mrs. Hooker told police that once inside the house, Spannhake was suspended by ropes hanging from hooks in the ceiling in a manner similar to the way Red Bluff police have said the 20-year-old woman was held. The newspaper said Mrs. Hooker told detectives her husband tortured Spannhake, even though she begged to be released and swore never to tell about the abduction. Police have notified Spannhake's mother, Dorthea Spannhake of Naples, that they believe her daughter was killed.

Mrs. Hooker began providing information to Red Bluff police before her husband was arrested. She was granted immunity from prosecution in exchange for her testimony. No charges have been filed in the Spannhake case. Fanner proud PARROTTSVILLE, Tenn.

(AP) A 40-year-old dairy farmer says people who object to his marrying a neighbor's 13-year-old daughter are just jealous "old fogeys" intent on ignoring the couple's love. "They made Jo Ann out to be a tramp," Howard R. Johnson said of his sixth-grade bride, the former Jo Ann Clevenger. "She's not a tramp. I think it is just a bunch of old fogeys that's jealous of me because I've got a young girl.

I've got a child bride, and I'm proud of it," Johnson said. The couple were married last Friday after a six-month courtship that landed Johnson in jail for a IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIallEili DRAINS! UNBLOCKED ,50 PRICE INCLUDES 2 SERVICE CALL III 4 AND LABOR MONDAY THRU SATURDAY i ACTION DRAINE 11 ROOTER SERVICE. 461-1111 a IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII week on statutory rape and kidnapping charges when the couple and his wife's brother drove to Florida The teen-ager's parents objected to the marriage at but relented and let Cocke County Commissioner Bill Blazer perform the ceremony. Under Tennessee law, the marriage of anyone younger than 16 must be approved by a state judge. Juvenile Judge Marcus Mooney-ham said he considered the couple's situation and consented.

Johnson and his bride met shortly.after he moved to Berryhill HolloTN and bought a 74-acre farm adjacent to the Clevengers' home. The couple shared lunches in the BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY FORMALS 47 (1', COCKTAIL DRESSES ACCESSORIES 4r (INCLUDING HARD-TO-FIND SIZES) 4t PLUS HOME FURNISHINGS AND GIFTS NOW ONE HALF PRICE 010 CONSIGNMENT SHOWROOMS a 10 rxci to 4 DAILY 3403 E. SPRAGUE 535-5888 0 0 A- 0 0 gn14.N '-'9''' 44f1 0,, N4 0 0.0 P.4J. Are you really enjoying RETIREMENT SPOKANE VALLEY '2ft APARTMENTS E. 13013 Mission PROVIDES Three delicious meals daily and fresh fruit always Attractive studio or one-bedroom apartments Maid services Planned entertainment Many extras-All for one low monthly charge PHONE 926-6263 for information TOUR and FREE DINNER! Spokane Chronicle, Dec.

21, 1984 15 child bild woods until Nov. 24 when they went with the girl's 16-year-old brother, Robert, on a 45-mile drive to Knoxville for a shopping trip. Carolyn Clevenger, Jo Ann's mother, said she became worried and went to the police who advised her that filing kidnapping charges was the only way officers could get involved. When Johnson returned two days later and learned of the charges he went to the Cocke County Courthouse, told deputies his story and was arrested, The following day, after interviews with Jo Ann and her brother, Johnson also was charged with statutory rape. -J I MMWM1.11...4 3 I I 1 Spokane Chronicle, Dec.

21, 1984 15 1') I 0 1 Iv IN pg; N. reg 4 i iif It 1 ii it tin III the LrfircatrIL5-1 slave suspect investi 1. It I gated 14 the disappearance of a second i11 Winter was ushered in today by a In freezing rain from Associated Press I4 en series of storms that spread and Oregon to connection with another case 1 Maine after lacing parts of Idaho RED BLUFF, Calif. (AP) The man accused of Bullerjahn said Mrs. Hooker told police that "she 1 with knee-deep accumulations and holding a woman as a sex slave for seven years has and her husband picked up Spannhake as she was riing ing Montana with winds gust- pleaded innocent, but also is being walking home.

They allegedly drove her to their Red Winter offppto 70 icially arrived today at investigated in connection with murdered ered fornia used area dug out from an home, where she was apparently tortured and 8:23 a.m. PST. as the Southern Cali- "The body is supposed to have been taken to an unusual winter storm I I I all :4 '2' i-," 1 I i i ir- vi l' wom Min, police report. worer Cameron Hooker, undisclosed location and buried Bullerjahn said Freezing rain fell early today Chico and Red Bluff police accompanied Mrs. Hook- 40, 4e e.

from the middle Missouri valley il 3, i I 1, 1' .4 hTe1 pleaded innocent Thursday in hama County Superior Court on er to the site recently, but found no body, he said into Illinois and Minnesota while The Chico police department has no factual cor- .4, )f--- -'1. hrs'' carges kidnapping a 20ear old woman from a Red Bluff 1.. robation of the statement made by Janice Hooker central Rockies, the National snow continued to pile up in the y.s. i .7,1 street in 1977 and keeping her en- but will continue to investigate," Bullerjahn said Weather Service said a i 5. sAccording ao nck nee hor ar dktold ien gw to Ts The se Chico that acet once by ne Enterprise er roppinside riss -hanging Record ct ho Mrs i 1 i.e., 't e.1, s.

7 slaved for seven years at times sued for northern Pennsylvania and 1 isa i holding her in boxes. 1' po from winter storm watches were posted I Hooker da es A winter storm warning was is vg Judge Richard Itultgren set a hooks in the ceiling in a manner similar to the way from eastern Pennsylvania into trial Fb. 20 16. I. T-- Red Bluff police have said the 20-year-old woman Maine.

In Florida, forecasters kept 's te of and ordered bai to remain at Hooker 500,000. was held. 7 Hooker's possible connection with the second case fourth December hurricane in more 'I an eye on Hurricane Lill, only the was announced Thursday by Police Chief U.F. Bul- The newspaper said Mrs. Hooker told detectives 4,,,,, -0- lerjahn of Chico, 36 miles south of Red Bluff.

her husband tortured Spannhake, even though she i By early tthan a century day 2 inches of new Bullerjahn issued a statement saying Hooker's begged to be released and swore never to tell about I 1-- wife Janice, 26, named her husband as the kidnapper the abduction. snow was on the ground at Pendle- A a and killer of Marie Elizabeth Spannhake. Police have notified Spannhake's mother, Dorthea i' ton, and an inch was reported 4a Spannhake, then 18, disappeared on Jan. 31, 1976, Spannhake of Naples, that they believe her at Kalispell, Mont. By 1 a.m.

today, AP photo from a Chico street. daughter was killed. the latest series of storms Ian ad In an earlier statement, the Red Bluff police de- Mrs. Hooker began providing information to Red brougIdaho the weather service ht 20 inches of snow to A lone auto makes its way along a highway near Palm- partment confirmed that it was "conducting an in- Bluff police before her husband was arrested. She 1, said.

dale, about 100 miles north of Los Angeles. vestigation to ascertain if Hooker had any involve- was granted immunity from prosecution in ex- ment in the disappearance of Spannhake, who had change for her testimony. No charges have been Coast. Winter got a jump on the West tn Chinn from riplipland. Obin filed in the Spannhake case.

i Schools closed Thursday as snow places. Saylors said county patrols contin- blasted Portland, and the town of Fierce winds whistled through ued along the creek banks and from Burns, had a record low for the Rockies on Thursday. Gusts to the air, but "basically it's a needle the date 15 degrees below zero. 70 mph rattled East Glacier Moun- in a haystack. To the best of our Fanner proud of child bride Southern California, meanwhile, thin between Kalispell and Cut knowledge she is missing and pre-dug out from more than a foot of Bank, the weather service sumed dead." 1 snow blamed for 10 highway deaths said.

A skier missing since Wednesday PARROTTSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) week on statutory rape and kidnap- woods until Nov. 24 when they went since Wednesday. The Coast Guard on Thursday walked up to rescuers searching for A 40-year-old dairy farmer says ping charges when the couple and with the girl's 16-year-old brother, Edwards Air Force Base, called off its search for an 11-year- him on Thursday in mountains people who object to his marrying a his wife's brother drove to Florida Robert, on a 45-mile drive to Knox- the desert facility where space old girl who was swept away a day about 30 miles northeast of Los An neighbor's 13-year-old daughter are The teen-ager's parents objected vine for a shopping trip. shuttle missions have landed when earlier by the 10 mph current of an goes.

Authorities said he probably just jealous "old fogeys" intent on to the marriage at but relented and Carolyn Clevenger, JoAnn's weather was poor in Florida, was engorged creek at Marina del Rey, saved his life by spending the night ignoring the couple's love. Cocke County Commissioner mother, said she became worried reopened Thursday after being shut as she walked along a bike on Waterman Mountain in a snow "They made JoAnn out to be a Bill Blazer perform the ceremony. and went to the police who advised down by the snow, which accumu- path. bank, which kept him sufficiently tramp," Howard R. Johnson said of Under Tennessee law, the mar- her that filing kidnapping charges lated up to 16 inches in some County lifeguard Capt.

Steve warm. his sixth-grade bride, the former riage of anyone younger than 16 was the only way officers could get t. JoAnn Clevenger. must be approved by a state judge. involved.

"She's not a tramp. I think it is Juvenile Judge Marcus Mooney- When Johnson returned two days Screening Sym and consented. pathy may allow parents ijust a bunch of old fogeys that's ham said he considered the couple's later and learned of the chy arges he 'ealous of me because I've got a situation went to the Cocke ount Court- young girl. I've got a child bride, Johnson and his bride met short- house, told deputies his story and to bury selfless son in Poland and I'm proud of it," Johnson said. lytafter he moved to Berryhill Hol- was arrested, The following day, The couple were married last lo and bought a 74-acre farm ad- after interviews with JoAnn and for cancer Friday after a six-month courtship jacent to the Cleveneers' home.

her brother, Johnson also was i DALLAS (AP) The parents of and possibly a job for Padwel's fa- that landed Johnson in jail for a The couple shared lunches in the charged with statutory rape. a teen-ager who hid his cancer ther, Longa' Sitarz, a Solidarity i symptoms, knowing the rant leader who was freed from prison i 0 ler -4, IQ' CI upporte family couldn't afford medical after agreeing to leave Poland in i 'fl '--6. 6.. treatment, may be able to take him 1982. 'cso 47 CHICAGO (AP) Prostate can- home to Poland for burial because BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY FORMALS cer screening programs for men of an outpouring of sympathy from Concerned about the cost of med- 0, older than 45 are cost-efficient and around the nation, a nun says.

ical care, Padwel hid his disease 1,71001 A COCKTAIL DRESSES A 4r CCESSORIES successful in early detection of a "A man from California called while helping his parents make the -1', l'' (INCLUDING HARD-TO-FIND SIZES) 4t) VENT guy disease that will develop in 75,000 me and he was crying the whole difficult adjustment in a new coun- PLUS HOME FURNISHINGS AND GIFTS American men this year and kill time," said Sister Paraclete of St. try where they don't speak English. 25,000, researchers say. Monica's Church, which is coordi- "He carried his whole family l' NOW ONE HALF PRICE University of Chicago research- nating aid to the family. during the relocation," said Diane '1; gi.) m) 1 ers said screening programs "I have been on the phone almost Warren, an employee of the hotel a CONSIGNMENT SHOWROOMS during which a doctor specifically constantly.

I never expected any- where Padwel's mother works as a al (10 to 4 DAILY 3403 E. SPRAGUE 535-5888 looks for a problem detect cases thing like this to happen," she said. housekeeper. 0 of prostate cancer in its early Padwel Sitarz, known as "Paul" Last Wednesday, Padwel began '11 stages when the chances for a cure to his friends, knew his parents coughing blood during class at 0 0 urIBILOCKED 9'''C'll4fe-1' are greater. couldn't afford medical treatments Hillcrest High School, He was a Prostate males cancer50 which generally and knowledge that they dependfd heavily on rushed to a'hospital, where he died 12 50 a Are you really enjoying RETIREMENT occurs in and older, is the his of English.

of a prostate cancer that surgeons im third deadliest cancer in American So the 16-year-old youth never said bad spread to his lungs and PRICE INCLUDES men, causing about 25,000 deaths a told them of his wracking coughs, a stomach. sERvicE CALL I year, according to the study in to- symptom of the prostate cancer "My understanding is that he'd AND LABOR SPOKANE day's Journal of the American that claimed his life Saturday. been coughing like this for some MONDAY THRU SATURDAY VALLEY dad APARTMENTS E. 13013 Mission Medical Association. The incidence Sister Paraclete said the concern time," said Margaretta Cage, one a of prostate cancer also increases of strangers may make it possible didnt have money for a doctor of his teachers.

"He knew they ACTION DRAIN: PROVIDES Three delicious meals daily and fresh fruit with age. for the youth's parents to return 'o Dr. Gerald Chodak, one of the re- him to Poland for burial. he wouldn't say anything." a 2. DAAIrD trD always Attractive studio or one-bedroom apartments searchers, said early detection was "We don't have it in writing yet," Sister Paraclete said most on it 1 imit Maid services Planned entertainment Many extras- critical because about 50 percent of she said.

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