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I To City Subicrlbttti * If yeu fail te get yauf Star pteasg telsphane 7*3431 by 6:30 p, m, afid d special will deliver yeur paper, i Knife For Wtofhtr Riporft Sea Selumn art Bdtfem af This Pas§ 60TH YEAR: VOL 60 *~ NO, 16 of H6«i, HOPE, ARKANSAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1958 fhs AHScl«f«() f»ftt ft Audit lurtttr S At, Ntf P«ld Clltt. S m«i. tnillM JsM. 36, 1*51 1,464 PRICE Se COPY Strangler Calmly Tells of Killing 'Three Models SANTA ANA, Calf. (AP) — Confessed slranglcr of three Los | Angeles at-ea models today led I politic officers' to the desert graves of two of them, Calmly, Harvey M, Glatman of Los Angeles led officers to a re* JiiolC) sandy area neat' Escondldo) San Diego Cotmly. He identi-1 Bulletin LONbON (At 3 ) — Moscow radio reported lohighl that a meeting of .Russian writers asked the Soviet government to deprive author Boris Pasornak of Soviet citizenship, Pasternak Is Invited to Leave Russia LONDON (AP)— Moscow Radio ficd the remains found there ass i in 10 languages, invited novelist- the bodies of Mrs. Shirley Ann Loy Bridgeford, 24, a divorcee of Sun Valley, a Los Angeles sttbunb, and Miss Ruth Rita Mercado, 24, a Los Angeles model. A 'body found, also in the desert, near Indio in Riverside County last December is believed to bo air he breathes." The broadcasts that of his third victim, Mrs. Judy Ann Dull, 19, of 'West (Hollywood, i^fftlatman told police he killed her and buried her in that area. Officers here, who booked the 30-year-old television repairman on suspicion of murder, said a. fourth intended viclim, Miss Lor- laine Vigil, 28, Los Angeles, brought about Glatman's capture. He made a date with her Monday night for some picture-taking but, instead, took her out on the, Santa Ana Freeway, produced a ' W J°, VC J 01 ;',^ ^iun and atlcmptcd to assault her, police said. However, she succeeded in grabbing the gun and was holding Glatman at bay when officers happened to come along. Sheriff's officers said the three women .killed first were raped. They quotcd : Glatman: "I would make "them kneel down. With the gun on them, I would tie this five-foot piece of rope around their ankles. Then I loop it aicund their neck. |3ocl Boris Paslernak loday lo get out of the Soviet Union. "Let him go where he Wishes to," the broadcasts said of the writer, who turned down the 195U Nobel Prize this week under heavy Soviet pressure. "No Soviet man or woman Wants lo breathe the English, Germain, French, Portuguese, S w e d i & h, Norwegian, Danish. Greek, Italian and Serbo-Croat -— declared the author of "Doctor Zhivago" has "no place in Soviet society." They called Pasternak "a man who in spirit has long tt-v T been a traitor to his country and who has now spat in ils face... a poet, of the decadent school...a pretender to aesthetic culture who few and had no contact with the people." At about Ihe same time, in Stockholm, a Soviet diplomat was issuing assurances that no harm would come to Pasternak and that he will still get royalties from: 'abroad 'tor his novel. Nicolai Voinov', Sovicl charge d'affairs, told the Swedish Writers Assn. that "no reprisals' will be li.ken against Boris Pasternak.'' Pasternak rejected ;the $41,4?.U Nobel Prize for Literature Wednesday, six days after it was awarded him. He previously haH thanked the Royal Swedish Academy for Ihe prize. He obviously changed his mind because of the storm raised in the Soviet press. - If Voinov's statement is correct, Pasternak still would have an income despite his ouster-from the Experiment Slalion report forjs 0 vj e t Writers'-"Union. While," the 24-hours ending at~7 a. m. Friday, I b 00 ] c never was'published 1 " in the hen I would stand there Continued on Page Four and Weother High 07, Low 47; trace of precipitation;«"Total 1958 precipitation ^through September, 46.17 inches; "during the same period a year ago, 53,30 inches, Extended Forecast for l he Period Oct. 31 to Nov. 5! A R K-A N S A S — Temperatures near normal northern Arkansas and 2 to 4 degrees below normal elsewhere. Normal min,,- inia 40 to 50, Normal maxima G2 to 73, Slow warming trend, Precipitation light to moderate in oc:- rain this weekend, ARKANSAS — Cloudy with oc- easional light rain ,this afternoon rnd ton! g h I becoming partly ' cloudy Saturday, ,No important temperature change. Lowest 40 to 5.0 tom'gbt.Highcst 60 to 70 Saturday. LOUISIANA — Mostly cloudy with -a few showers this afternoon /i|id tonight becoming partly cloudy Satcrday, A little wa.rrnor Saturday afternoon. Regional Forecast • f By,.Tr|e ASSOCIATED PRESS All sections of Arkansas: Considerable cloudiness with occasion' nl Jight rain this afternoon and tonight, becoming partly cloudy Saturday with Ijttle change in teni" perature. Sunday partly cjoudy find mild, High this afteinoon near 60; w tonight mid to high 40s central, id 40s northeast, near >50 south' east and southwest, low t'o mid 10s novthwosl. TH6 WEATHER gy THg ASSQQIATEP PRg§S High Uow Pr, Albany, cloudy . 47 .33 Albuquerque, clear 4? 33 , Atlanta, eloudy ' - 69 w gismarpk, clear " <5l 2? ' Boston, cjear clear Soviet Union, it .has ben, a"'best seller abroad. Hays Finding j ' \ **F Support at Morrilton LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Sheriff Marlin Hawkins of Morrilton yesterday said he would support Rop, Brooks Hays for re-election to Congress, Ho called on other "loyal Democrats" to do the same, Hays is opposed for a ninth term by 'Dr. Dale Alford of Little Rock, who several days ago announced as a write-in candidate for the Fifth District Congressional feat at next Tuesday's election, Hawkins has been, a 'staunch supporter of Gov, Orval E, Faubus, • , There have been indications that Alford is running 'with Iho tacit blessing j. of the governor, A close Faubus' associate, \Cljiudc Carpenter Jr., is Alford's' cam'pa'ign man« ager and the write-in candidate's publicity is being handled by the Little Rock firm which performed that task' for Faubus in the last- summer's primary campaign. Faubus has refused to comment, noting that lie does not vote in tho Fifth Congressional District. The governor left town for the- weekend nnd did not plan to return until after Tuesday, when he will 'bote at {funtsviile. Hawkins said that since Alf°''d's annocncement "humorous people pontgctec! me relative to mv Party Chairmen Hurl Charges on Civil Rights WASHINGTON (AP) - The He- publican and Democratic national chairmen accused each other's party last night of glaring disregard for civil rights. The issue is important in net-thorn districts where the Negro vole is heavy, and here Is what Democrat Paul M. Butler and Republican Moade Alcorn had to say about it five clays before election: Buticr-r-"The Republican party has a long and public record of callous dlplicity on hlman rights., it took a Democratic Congress to pass the first civil rights legislation in this century." Alcorn—"We had 20 years of nothing in the, field ot civil rights when Democr'als controlled both the Congress and the White House." ' Alcorn started the immediate quarrel by circulating charges to "document the shoddy Democrat record on civil rights." These charges said thai Democratic national leaders "praised and wooed Gov. fOrval Faubus of Arkansas until they realized he had become a distinct political' liability." , Alcorn said former President Harry S. Truman raid Butler praised Faubus "even after he used National Guard troops lo block the start of school desegregation at Little Rock. In the midst of the 1958 congressional campaign, however, they feverishly tried to disown him. Their patently phony about-face Will fool no one." Alcorn's charges also said Buller had been forced to retreat from criticism ot southern Democrats who oppose a strong civil right's stand. >'.' Butler responded witVn a statement saying Alcorn's research into civil rights "is :is scanty nn the Republican lecord of real achievement in that field." f The Democrat said Alcorn had remarked in Little Rock; this September that the v 'Rcpublican,Partj; is the only one thai conies^'close^ to whet th'e'vsouthern* H v\J{e'r 1 '""believes. Further, Butler, recalled that Lee Potter, Virginia GOP leader. ,'aid in Richmond last year that "our party is for segrcgalon." Then, the Butler reply continued there was the case of he "you march for integrated schools" in Washington last Saturday. Ho yaid; "A delegation called the While House, President 'Eisenhower was not available. He was playing golf, . . No one would sec them," Butler went on; "The final demonstration of Republican cynicism on human rights is that the President has indicated thai he feels integration is progressing too fast and us never said that the believed the decision of tho Supreme Court on school desegregation'* was morally right," activities in the coming election," "I wish to state," ho said, "that J grn the 'Democratic nominee for sheriff and collector of Copway County, and J am proud of the Jionor, t ynder no circumstances would, I vote ag&insl ' i)\e Reipc, gratis nominee for. any office, • "{ urge all Joj'al 'Pernoprats to e for all pemocratie normiws the p<?min,g e}ectjpn, , , and esr pecially I urge them to vote for Bi-Qpks liRys, who won the pcmo* cratip nomination for pongress alter 3 h°Uy po't^^§4 primary election when the jssugs were brought squareb' before the P,OQ* pie," The sheriff spid he would m.at} cut postcards Asking C 9 n w a. y Cpunty, residents to vote |ov- fti v $ Jjn4 for the 3 per ceuV pics Tax next Tuesday* .,^' *?"< " v Alford, is basing i^g; pflrnpaigi} against Hay? phief;}/ ' on ' the eon, t/nlio'n that the Jnpumfeent has ' .too mo4cratp on the Jjitegr<u .,*.,,, '. Bolh ' 9atj4 1 .&9te,S Plan lelcvisfed ,speeeh,ps jaHJght 3,n,d PJher 9Si,< v ' jty bofojfe th. whp- ' Man Finally Managesjo LITTLE R.OCK (Af) — After three unsuccessful tries, William Wright O'Ferroll finally managed to surrender yesterday to U.gi Secret Service agent in charge here, said today thai Los Angeles, Calif., agents took O'Ferrell into pustody in connection with alleged forgery of p Little Rock income \H)i refund cb,ogk. O'Ferrell, 45, three tifpes went to the Secret Service in various parts of the country to admit the forgery, Lewis said, put each time, he was turned aw?y becau*£,, the agent said, the service did not have the forged ph,ccK among }t- s records to support Q'Ferrei's statements, Lewis said O'Ferrel) sought to surrender- first In Cplyrnbus, Ohio, on Jujy p. The'mfUi tried twice in Kansas to ponfcss to the alleged forgery, thp agent said. The chepk in, question was Jo-, uated this month, and when O'Fqr- rejl trfed for the fourth time to ^ive himsejc up— this time in Cali- {oinia — g warrant tor his arrest The $03.30 check, payable tq _ IfeerJ Q. S^illiyan, apparently wps [akpfl frorn the, ma|} box here last Lewis,, s$ig.- " ; -, k ' ,'.' EARNED REST — Harold Brine, rubs his weok-bld beard nnd chuckles as he'rests In a hospital'•after Melng rescudrt from the Springhlll, Novia Scotia, coal mine. Brine was one of 12 miners trapped for almost six days In the m'jiVe after a ortve-ln. — NEA Telephotb . J RESCUE WORKER — Monson Harrison, the Springhlll, Novia Scotia, mine union president, has face black with coal dust after hours in the mine, was among the group of rescue workers who punched a hole thromjh piled yp rubble to reach 12 miners trapped for almost six days in a sealed-off. shaft of the mine, The men were part of a group of 174mlners working at thu 13,000-foot level when a cave-m trapped them. rJEA,"Te!ephoto JpJif ths today launched '3 pongvess t tha| - ixn?y spJH their party. A ?feowsjqwn fa expected, Officials for Nov. 4 General Election The Hempstead County Board el" Election Commissioners met fit the office of W- S. Atkins in ihe City of Hope, Hempstead Couirfy, Ark. at 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24, 1958, Present were; AV, S. Alkins, £«rl 'Martin and Syd McMath, The first order ol business- was the selection of judges ,an(l a -t-lcrks for the Go)')(u;itl '.EiepUpn' to be- hold Nov. 4, 1&58', ini*HempstoaU County, Ark. The following were s sleeted: Hope, Ward 1 Judges — Joe Rider, M'rs. Georye Newborn, and Mrs Dick Waikuu; Clerk — Mrs, Jaipes Pllkintyn, Mvs. Will Ed Waller, Hope Ward 1-A Judges ~- C. P, Robarts, MM. Lloyd .Kinurd, and 'Mrs, Cu-ugi- Wright; Clerk — Mrs, T. C, Crawford and Mrs, LaMar Cox, H?pe Ward 2 Judges — Mrs, Lex Helms, Grr- don Byylcss, Mrs. J, B. Marun; dorks — ISliso Broach and Maiy Virginia Crow. Hope Ward 2-A Judges — IS. R, Brown. Ciu^i'J Franks, and Mrs. Frank Ward;* Clerks — ft{rs. Lepn Buudy and Chester Jlunt; Hop? Ward 3' Judges — Mrs. W. B- Mason, , ,rs. Frank Hoj-tpn and Wr# W. D. 'Flowerss Clerks — Mr? Fr<;<4 IJis and Mrs, Geoiigc Peck, Judges —' Mrs. Homer Bt--yi'rJ<;y W. Y. v Foster, and Mis. U A, Nash; Clerks — Mrs. Gk.-r.don iee artel Mrs, Bill Toll e*-on. Two Cars Damaged in Accident Here Early last night autos driven by Bernclt Cook of Hope and Paul E Yatcs of DL-S Monies, coljidud a Second and Hazel Streels. 'Fender bumper and grill damage resullet to both vehicles, Investigating City Officers charged Yy.tes with run* ning a stop U, S, Invited to Join Commonwealth OTTAWA (AP) -~'TJic United States has a new invilation IP join the British Commonwealth— Jrom ilia husband of Queen JSHxa- both II. Speaking jokingly at the banquet of the Bnghs!)-Spt';)king Union con- furcnce, Princo Philip said an American niernbership application v. uuld receive "sympathetic con- ^deration," Sn more serious vein he prti- posed u toast to ijarinur&hip bo- twecn the C'oinmonwi.-alth and inu United States but ijaid Jus was, "very much more complicated" lhan it might appear. Conference to Ban Nuclear Tests Underway By MICHAEL ObLOSMITH GI2NEVA (AP) - The United Slates, tirltttln and the Soviet Uiu on start negotiating today for a :,'in on unclear weapon lesls and 1 detection system to enforce It. The two Western governments inped the Sovlel Union tt'ould join hem in an informal suspension if lesl explosions for Ihe time bong, All |hr« nations professed lo 1 favor banning Ihe tests, but a ] continuing East-West spill was un/ del-lined by Ihesc developments on he conference eve: 1. The Soviet Union Insisted that the talks must lead lo an agreement outlawing tests Immediately and forever, regardless of whether a control system Is approved. 2. Thu United States and Brll- alii announced a condllonal ono- year suspension of their- lesls, effective last midnight. The condi- .ion was thai the Soviet Union cease firing nuclear explosives- loo. There was no immediate comment from the Russians, however, as lo whether they would join in Ihc suspension. Heading tho delegations an.' Ambassador James J. Wadsworth of the United Slates, Semyon K. 1'sarapkin of the Soviet Union nnd Minister 01" Stale David Ormsby- ire of Britain. New Sovicl notes sent lo the Western powers Thursday suggested that Secretary of State Dulles, Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko and British Foreign Secretary Sclwyn Lloyd sit in later to speed agreement. This- modified the Kremlin's proposal a month ago thai the. meeting -bo raised at the start to the fore i g n ministers' level. The UJnilcd Stales and! Britain indicated Dulles and Lloyd would lake part later : if'-'.agreement' appeared likely. The Russians have been tesling this falf a) Ihcr arctic proving grounds, ,U.S, sc-ionlisls, racing wound 'u'p' an intensive'series of shots'Thursday at thc^Nevada lest site', Britain Oi/j.s. fir(j'd five device* in the Pacific.'since' last spring. No Position on Act One, Says Faubus L1TTLK ROCK (A) 5 )—Gov. Orval E. Faubus denied today that hu has lakon any position, for or against, Initialed Act No, 1 which would repeal the so-called "Full Crew Law". The governor was quoted in a newspaper advertisement as say- jug the "full crew law doesn't hurt Arkansas," In a statement Issuod today, Faubus said; "The ad shows a picture of mo signing n petition presented by Mr. S. J. Smith of Fordyce, I signed the petition, circulated by Mr, Smith, lo pinvcvan .act on llio ballot to be "vc^t'ed ."on^ at he General Ejection" ,-'• •^•'•*-, Faubus s;ilii the petition he was signing wah not onu for Initiated Act No, 1. "I have not marie any statement relative to this matter of the Full Crew Law. ft is a matter for consideration by tho voters of tho slate and the proposition should be decided on its merits," Faubus said. Acl No 1 would repeal Ihe Full Crew Law which requires rail- rands to uso an ejfiro brakeman on pertain runs. Railroads claim it is a form of "featherbeding" a prac-tipc of requiring help that is not nceesqary. The railroad unions claim it is a safety measure to hi.vq the extra hrakcman ride the trains. * Deportment Store Soles Increase ST. LOUtS (AIM — tlepnrlmenl store sales In the ISiRhlh federal Heservc DlslHct rose ,1 per cent last week compared td the? same week in iflS?. Tho Federal Hesci-vo Bunk of St. Louis snld Memphis sftear- headed the rise With n 23 per cent jjnlu. Llllto Hock and Louisville sales Were up -I per ceiil each, while seven smaller district cities averaged a 3 per cent ((aln. Only the St, Louis ai'en Had a minus sales figure—.1 per cent, •For the four weeks ended last week, district sates were 0 per cent above the like man III list year. Some Rescued Men to Quit the Mines SPR1NGM1LL,. N. ii. fAP) — Some of the 12 men rescued from a Week's entombment In a wrecked coal mine have had it. Two vowed today they never will go back to the mines. Lcvi Mlllley -17, put it this way from a hospital bed where tho lucky 12 have been recuperating since their rescue Thursday: 'Well, you can say this: Lev! Millcy, former coal miner of Sprlnghlll and chicken-raiser on the side is looking ( for a fullllmc job on a chicken farm some plnc« "Doesn't matter where. I'll to anywhere. They'll never gel me back in Hint mine." 'I'm never gohiK back Into thai mine," said Harold Brine. "If 1 can't make » living somewhont else I'll starve. Being trapped lik« that gives you an awful fcclinfi." A similar view was expressed by some of the others. Or their wives said it for them, •Mine rescue crews, meanwhile, probed deeper into the Cumber- lend No. 2 colliery In .search for 49 miners still missing., in the disaster. Assistant rescue director Frnnit poxey said ho hold only slim hone that any more of tho missing men would bo found ollva Princii.'.Phlh'ip, husband, of Queen *Jill!/.abcllf If, planned lo break his trip back to London to visit tho JU survivors tonight. They wore rescued after G(/> clays of hunger, thirst and despair in a debris- scaled pocket. Doctors said all are in good shape and can return home after a short rest except for Joseph- McDonald, 38, who has n broken leg' Of the 174 miners caught by the gigantic upheaval that wrecked Ihe mine Oct. 23, Iho record loday showed 93 rescued, H2 dead and 4P missing. The 32nd body was brought up early today. Searchers continued digging. With »scvcral hundred feet of, rock and debris still to bo pierced at the 13,000 and 13,400-foot levels, it may bo n week 01 more- before the job is accomplished. t> Judges — Mrs. Jack Lowe, CPY -JjEPPd/ttig and MVs. Ed AUin; \$$t!t r f*-*$Qi'*- J, C. Atchtey awl jDale McKinney. "HOBS $9S S Judges. — Mrs. J.'H, Pojteriu-Id Mrs, Ben Owens and W. R. Kuuton Ciwks •-?• Mrs. A,, Attrition a«d Bess Evans' R, McCuJloHgiv ,- JJSJf, son of Mr, and of ' LjjJayvHo bjrths were 14 1 -ui« >'«> Around Town The The Hopi- Junior yar&ity last night defeated the Fail-view team by a }3 lo 0 score . , , following tonight's game J. Franks ancj the Rtifkotif n£ fljiythuu w,ill play for a dance at the Youth Center , t ', Charles Gou£h rays the band, is much impi/necl and, now h4S twp vocalists. " '^, * t'~ lfjeidenUi%*jh~at Wildcat Oil test on tho Hi^hxvriy gOHed Lake below SniMfe Hill lias? as dry. '" was S. Bate.? of Wonepr the gri>up, Bound T<jbte dinner Jjoek last WPP);, duty in the Western y, s, Seventh FI.eet t , will vifcil swch plages Kong, Ji4pan, the llawaii, , .. wUu the « the ship Hong ^ f rps/4ent ivy Hemps'Usad County , tion wilt meet Sjivurtjay ni§hr Sunday, NOV. 1-2 at > gaptibt Church on the .villa road .,. . tl\of9 WJH b'0'{t""{rco on Sunday. during Jyiy Wvths ^n,d 1Q deaths In Jipmp_stead. heart, disease wit,h si* . , , birihs and ^ d,P4ths ^54 ALC Critics Take Out After the ^ Highway Dept. LITTLE HOCKiAPt— di-Hlds mf the Arkansas Legislative Council loday raked the Stale Highway, Department over coals, The clepartmonl was denounced by n number of lawmakers, In* eluding Heps. John Hetholl of P>Hl?','|5 He County nnd Paul Van Dalsdtti^ •> of Perry County, who went back, Jour .years to rehash old issues^ some which previously had boctt settled and some which hod not.- Bethel joined others lit crllicti!« ing the dcpniiment for using oliU side engineering services and dd» clared that he could not untluJV^ Bland the agency's budget , ta» ^ (luests because ot the way it WaS'.-j! drawn up. •-',>,«' Van iDalsem, the most vocal ,pt r f Ihe crllics, demanded more ihfoN; 1 •<•' mallon on how the Highway De-^'5 parlmenl planned lo spend .'Ha;^ money for the next two years.'''"£%« He said the Highway CommtaV/4" slon was "In bad shape with the, 1 '/ Legislature" and blamed this part-;; ly on lack of public relations work'\, by Highway Director Herbert;El-j L d rid go. ,rv% Rep, Carroll Hollcnsworlh , on/g Bradley County Introduced a-mo--^ lion to-require the department, to}," submit more Information dcserllK- ing the position of each employe,'';.' The Highway Department, -'-' spite heavy criticism, was * without supporters. They Included'?;,,Sen. Oliver Williams ot Shcrldaji; fc and flop. Jool Ledbellcr oC PulasW-",-) 1 County. ,% , -If Williams, objected to Hollens-^ Worth's motion, and said the Hlgb-^S way Commission had been. "doirig.jf'|j a good job." ' *' ~ ' Lcdbottcr said the "trouble j.ls, they (the commission) have' us loo much Information." In presenting its case, the way Commission said it needed ^ additional nine million dollars.'a* you- in state funds to ma'tclv ull,$ federal road money available^ '/^ The commission told the IjCglfctf latlve Council thai had this •moneyijj been available during Iho pasl/fiijjf? cal year, Arkansas would receive^ J4 million dollars more in fcde'i matching funds. ,'/"' These figures wore prcsentqd '^ ^ , the council loday as it opened*;5 <? ^ day.-Iong hearing on a proposed/}!" buflgclr for Ihe Highway ' Depart^' ment calling for an appropriation^, of nearly 170 million ' " •- '"" ' the- next two years, The budgel Includes $83,000,OQO}^ lor the 1959-00 fiscal year and-/" $05,920,000' for 1900-01, For 1959-00 spending, some- 030,000 is sought for salaries, 800,000 for othci personal ^ vices and $09,470,000 for lonance and conslruclion, The 1000-01 rcqucsl COJ,000 for salaries, $0,000,000 ,fqr^ other personal services and7$70,''' 229,000 for maintenance and'con^ Russia Again Demands End to Tests By MIQHAEt, COI.PSMITH GENEVA (APJ — Russia today reiterated its demand for an immediate suspension o£ nuclear weapon tests forever, Soviet delegate Semyon K, Ts»v apkin made the demand at the start of negotiations with tho United States and Britain for a joint suspension of tests under international control. Tsarap^in said a permanent un dot-taking by the three powers to hlop tests should prcec-dp nepotiu tjon of the control system to de< U-ct vjo}aUons. The West has eon sistently refused to agree to a permanent cessation of tests unless the pontrol system is set up fust Mean\vhilo. voluntary British and American cestation of tests for 3 pne-year period went inU effect today. But both countries have given notice they will resume testing i{ Russian tests c.on- tinye, The negotiations, expected w contince for at least a month, will be poodycted in privacy. Mrs, McGorklQ, 71, Qt H®r Home Thursday Mrs. Luja. /McCprkJij, aged 71, a "' . yews' died. Thu-'s.^)' at h«-'f Jiome hire,* ' ' ,, Survivors include five sons, Hal-Jar. Fjoyd, Claude and Johnny Rle- Cork^o, all 9f Hope and James Thqmus lyipCorkle of Grapevine, 4j'l<,, (our daughters, Mrs, Luih,w Lamb and JWrs, Jack £uoiptpr of iiopei Mrs- ^ fl- B '-iH e of J<5)4a and {$rs, Herbert o4 Brest-alt. \vijl bo held at £ ' at the Oluiub.uf 'Church by U\o WJUiswf Burial ill 6ft. ia Yesterday thu council directed,'? its, staff to make a study altp al trying to bring more slate fa federal fupds under control of" Uuvffl General Assembly, " The move—concerned with-.npj)*7 appropriated funds—is economy drive- somv have urged for years. .Emmet Man > '„» *»*, - ' <"~ ^ Accidentally Shoots Self Jeff Hamilton, i>t-yeqr-pld dent of I5mm«t, apeidentajiy himself to death while hunting yesterday, it was here today, His body was found car about -1 p in. yesterday south of Emmet. Appa incident occcrred about was, iiunting with a .2? •l v fS "".^3 resj,£ shoft , Mr. Wamilton, a long time r dent of EiTimet, was empjQygtj' the Texas Eastern Company flodvaw. _ He (••>• survived by his wife three daughters, . Stolen Car Is Stale Policemaa , and State Radioman Havp,ey ijight recovered sa auto p. September B at Long B.each, The. officers recovered t&e C and arrestpd Tom B8|ej wi,U-> the theft.

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