l W I I .0% Â· Â· Â· ' Â· Obituaries the Nov. to tax Â· ev- by only by of in the new- it JhÂ« dtadlina for submitting in- formation Iw obituary notictt Is IQ Â·a.m.anthcdayof publication. Funtrai notices rtciivtd atttr.io a.m. wlirbti publlshm in Â«Â» Mil tuition ol tin : Corbin TimÂ«.Tr,ibiini: ObltuarKs art puMishtd,. without charga by tnt newspaper using Information supplied Pric* Wilton Price Wilson, 75, Kidd .Heights, died Friday morning at the local Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nell Wilson; a daughter Mrs. Eloise Meadors, Corbin; a son, Bill Wilson, Kettering, Ohio; three sisters, Mrs. Ida West, Lexington; Mrs.-Martha Marshall, Ratliff; and Mrs. Beatrice Roy, Flomaton, Ala.; four grandsons and a great grandson. , Funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the First Baptist Church by the Rev. John Dunaway and the 'Rev. Raymond Lawrence Burial will be in the Resthaven Cemetery. ,, , Pallbearers will be.Vernon Asbridge, Robert Sturgill, Carl Brasher, Felix Pace, C.D. Lawson, and Earl Barfield. Honorary pallbearers will be David Ashley, Mike Alexander, Vin Hoover, Danny Rose, Carl Lewallen, and' Eddie .Bowling. Friends may call at the O'Neil Funeral Home after 5 p.m. Saturday. , Mary Swafford Mrs. Mary A. Swafford,-62, Fount, died Thursday at the Knox County General Hospital. She is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Lola Booher and Mrs. Lena Randall, Cin- cinnati; Mrs. Verna Smith, Milan, Ind.; Mrs. Juanita Hinkle, Dayton, Ohio, and Mrs. Ethel Smith, Piano, 111,; five sons, Arthur Swafford Jr., Gray; Creed Swafford and Marvin Swafford, Cincinnati; Earl Swafford, Fount; and 'Ernest Swafford, Piano, 111.; a half-brother, "Jeff Mammons, Somerset; three half-sisters, Mrs. Ida Burton, Corbin; Mrs. Bertha Smith, Fount, and Mrs. Nannie Trent, Green Roa'd; 26 grandchildren and a great grandchild. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p m Sunday at the Highland Park Baptist Church at Heidrick by the Rev. Tip Jordan, the Rev. Earl Mammons, and the Rev. Don Downing 'Burial will be in the Swafford Cemetery at Fount by the Hopper Funeral Home of Barbourvillc. The body will be taken to the home on Hammons Fork at 4 p.m. today. Bombing Lulls Were Misused (Continued From Page 1) initiatives, but with priority on the latter. '"At the same time as we taking steps to turn the tide in South Vietnam,' McNamara said, the United States should open a 'dialogue' with the Soviet Union, North Vietnam 'and perhaps even with the VC' (Viet Cong) to make diplomatic overtures for 'laying, the groundwork for a settlement when the time is ripe ... '" But the Post account says the study shows division between administration and military po- licymakers: It seid the Joint Chiefs of Staff were "opposed to any measures which would, even momen- tarily, reduce the pressure on .North Vietnam ...."