The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on November 5, 1958 · 8
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 8

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Wednesday, November 5, 1958
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fL r Pert 1-VtD.. NOV. 5, 1938 Eotf flnffflf fl Cfmftf " 1 n VI. San Diego County to Take Sex Slayer Today Will Be Arraigned There Preliminary to Trial for Murder of Two Victims i Harvey M. Glatman, confessed sex- slayer of three tLos Articles women, will be j turned over to, San Diepo ; County authorities today for J San Diero Dist. Atty. Don Keller yesterday said the 30-year-old television repair man may be arraigned there today on charges he stranded Mrs. Shirley Ann : Rridgeford, 24. divorcee, and Miss Ruth Ann Mercado, 24, model. v 1 Meanwhile. Glatman was I returned to County Jail here I. after showinff officers where ! ha Iriltorl anrl KniriA Vita firet V AT FARROW RITES Actress Maureen O'Sullivon ond husband, Director John Fa rrowv attend Requiem High Mass for their son; Michael Farrow, 19, killed in ! light-plane collision over Pacoima on Oct. -28 'in -which two others also died. , Timet photo Maureen O'Sullivan - ' - ' ' Offends Rites for Son 'rSome 200 mourners joined his parents ' in attending Re q u i em High Mass at tjie Church of - the Good Shepherd, Beverly Hills, yesterday for Michael Farrow, 19-year-old son vof Actress. Maureen. O'Sullivan and Director John Farrow. Internment followed at Holy Cross Cemetery. ' , ". , -; ' ,- v Young. Farrow, was killed Tuesday, Oct. 28, in a mid-air collision of two light planes over Pacoima in which , two others died. . v The Rev. Edward Whelan, SJi a ' lifelong - friend and mentor of the boy, delivered the sermon, saying that ai- Air SerVice Resumed vAMMAN, Nov. 4 WV-Air transport has been resumed between Jordan and - the United Arab Republic after a lapse dating from the up heavals or the-Juiy, 14 Iraqi revolt. though, he had scarcely be gun manhood," he had com pleted his work in the eyes of God. "He will be for his friends a lasting ideal," Father Whe lan said, "and their lives will be better remembering him." ' Father Whelan was cele brant of the Mass. Msgr. Daniel F. Sullivan, pastor of the Church of the Good Shepherd, was deacon, and the Rev. Joseph Donovan, S J, was subdeacon. The Most Rev. Timothy Manning, Aux iliary Bishop of Los Angeles gave the final absolution. A Marine Corps guard of honor performed graveside military ceremonies for young Farrow, a member of the Pasadena USMCR. The pallbearers, all former classmates of Farrow, were Jerry Nesbitt, Joseph Dun- nigan, Charles Walrod, Peter Huntsman, Donald Mont gomery and Thomas Cannon. , victim, Mrs. Judy Ann Dull, i 10, model, in the desert near junaio, itiversiae county, Points Out Spot Sheriff's Dets. .James Wahlke and Jack Lawton said Glatman led them with in 25 feet of the spot where a woman's remains were found last December. It was 160 feet off Highway 60-70, four and one-half miles west of Indio, , At the Indio Sheriff's Sub station. Glatman also iden tified a fountain pen which he said he lost at the murdei- scene, and bits of Mrs. Dull's clothing, which were found with ' the remains, the offi cers .reported. Detectives said Glatman recounted his story of the murder ; dispassionately and without remorse. After photographing Mrs Dull and forcing her to submit to him in his Melrose Ave. apartment the night of Aug. 1, 1957, Glatman said he bound her hands and drove into the desert to kill her so that she could not At no time did he tell her his intentions, however. Glatman claimed. He said he led her to believe he was go ing to release her in Blythe and put her on a bus. ... Even when they stopped near indio, Glatman in formed his" victim it was for the purpose of attacking her again and he carefully spread a blanket out on the sand, he said. Similar Killings Then he tied her hands and feet, looped the rope arounaher neck and pulled it tight while pressing his knee in her back until she was dead, Glatman related. He said he left her body in a shallow grave in the sand, Last week Glatman con fessed how he similarly killed Mrs. Brldgeford and Miss Mercado and led offi ce ri to their bleached bones in desolate areas of Anza Desert State Park in Eastern San Dleco County. He has been arraigned here for all three murders and the kidnaping of Miss Lorraine Vigil. 27. model, who brought about his cap ture last week when she wrested his gun away from him near the Santa Ana Freeway in Orange County, A conference of - officials of three counties here late Monday resulted in agree ment that Glatman will be tried in San Diego County first. CHEST TO HAVE FIRST MONEY REPORT TODAY, Daughter Born to Lawfords Actor Peter Lawford became a papa for the third time yesterday when his wife, Mrs. Patricia Kennedy Lawford, presented him with a 5-pound lOVi-ounce girl identify him, the detectives at St. John's Hospital, Santa Monica. Both Mrs. Lawford, who is the sister of Sen. John Kennedy of Massachusetts, and. the baby were reported to be doing tine by Dr. Blake Watson. ' : " The Lawfords already have a daughter, Sydney, 2, and a son, Christopher, 3 They haven't named the newcomer. Birthday Pays Off LEICESTER, Eng., Nov. 4 (Reuters) - Denni3 Dod- son, who recently bought 60 2-cent chances on a soccer pool to mark his 60th birth day, today was told he had won $185,834. " s arc' better than ever a nc3 P-T has 3 of the best! reported. First money reports of the current Community, cnesi campaign will be heard at a luncheon today at the Stat- ler Hilton, according to Steve Broidy, general chair man. . , This is the first' central report meeting, in an effort to cut down travel time of volunteers, the chairman said, and to given areas, campaign man- rnnrpntrate tneir worn, m Five Couples Over 70 Wed in Rest Home TOKYO, Nov. 4 (UPD Five couples, all more than 70 years old, were married today in a mass ceremony at a home for the aged. The newlvweds are honeymoon ins at the home of Awaii Island and authorities saidjh mey nave Deen. moveu num their dormitory quarters toj separate ruoius. 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