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To City Subscrlbtrii If you fall t6 pt year Star please tglgphane 7*343 1 by 6:30 p. PH. and a spigiaf earner will deliver y<suf paper, dOTH YEAR; VOL. 60 knife Star For Weather Report! See Column at BoHdm of this HOPE, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1958 Meftboh tli« AMoclafsd Prill & Audit 6uf«au ot ClrtuldtloiM Av, Nel Nlcf Clfcl. * W6i. tfldlHS iipt. SO, Oil — 1,465 PRICE 5e COPt Big Pay Raises to Prosecutors Recommended LITTLE ROCK (AP)—The Arkansas LegislaliVe Council Will try lo wind up aclion on budget », p , lh ei mrassii ihSD sis ^^^^^^ Women Gets 2 Years tor Embezzlement EL boHADO, Ark. (AP)-Mrs. Dora Mae Pratt, 4d, former manager of the Dixie Shop here, yes» today was sentenced lo two years imprisonment oh her plea of guilty to a charge of embezzling $2,000 from the store, She Was arrested in December, J93?, while still managing the chain store, After being on bond, said today, udgets not completed this week may have to be presented to tho General Assembly's budget com* mittec during the regular session which starts Jan. 12, the senator said. Awaiting action arc some at thn biggest budgets presented to the council. They represent about half of the stale's annual spending, Included in these budgets arc those of the Arkansas Highway rwiartmenl. Education 'Department, University of Arkansas, state Medical Center and the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission, Some other budgets, controversial ones, are : scheduled for reconsideration by the council. But Shaekieford said he doubted these a month ago. Sentence was pronounced by Circuit Judge Gus W. Jones. President Is Consulting Nixon on Policies WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House went all out today to insist that Vice President Nixon could be brought up again as such Is being consulted on adminislra a move would require a two-thirds " "~ ------ *- "-- --*"' ' majority vote. Yesterday the council recom- Continued on Page Two Experirnenl Station report for 24-hours ending at 7 a, m, Thursday, High 39, Low 18; 'No precipitation; Total 1958 precipitation through November, 52.03 inches; luring the same period a year ago, 67.90 inches. ^Arkansas Regional Forecast By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Central, southeast and southwest Arkansas: Clear to partly cloudy and not quite so cold this afternoon, tonight and Friday, Saturday fair and a little cooler, Northeast and northwest Arkansas: Clear to portly cloudy <„ and not quite so cold this afternoon and tonight, turning colder in extreme north portion UHe iFriday, Saturday parity cloudy and a litHc "jjSIigh this afternoon "low 40s'•con'- croler. lion policy to be outlined in the President's Stale of the Union message. A flurry of statements by presidential press secrelay James C. Hagety followed a conference Nixon had Wednesday night, with three. Cabinet members. Atty. Gen. William P. Rogers, Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell and Secretary of Welfare Arthur S. Flcmming met first at Nixon's hideaway office in the Capitol, then adjourned to. a restaurant. The, conference led lo reports lhal Nixon wrfs moving to cut himself in on the^wreparation of the State of the' Union message President Eisenhower will deliver to 'Congress next month. Nixon was said to feel lhal the message may have a dircet bearing', on his prospects for winning the Republican presidential nomination in 1960. Hagerty took exception to an Associated 'Press story saying Nix-, on had cut himself in, MUCH ABOVE NORMAL ABOVE NORMAL n NEA* NORMAL f—H BELOW I.:...! NORMAL _-_ MUCH F3?l BELOW L ^ u NORMAL FXPFCTFD TfMPf RATUR! The temperature outlook for December calls for below seasonal normals over the northern half of the nation from the Continental Divide etitwird (o the Atlantic seaboard, Above nofiM.il temperature* are Indicated for the California coast and Florida, In other areai near normal temperatures tor the season are In prospect. MODERATE HEAVY MODERATE LIGHT HEAVY EXPECTFD PRECIPITATION Precipitation lo December Is expected to exceed normal along the Gulf and-Atlantic Coasts, over the Northern Plains and along the We*! Coast. Much of the precipitation will be In the form of snow over the northern hair of the nation. Subnormal •mounts are expected Iri'the Rocky Mountain states and Central Plains. Otherwise, near, normal precipitation Is Indicated. Presbyterian Christmas Service Sun. The annual Christmas Candlelight Service will Ibe held at 5 p,m. Sunday 'at the First • P.resbytcrian Church under the direction of iM'rs, John t IP. Hatley, '.featuring Hhe Young People's Choir, (Mrs, R. L. Gosnell, director. ' Irnl and northeast, low lo mid 40s from the truth," on naa cui nimjeu in, nagcriy , v . ,r-",j, + said'.this implied/ that ,,Nixon's.-' .' Organ^prohido, proc<?s$o|M >J n{ G) ,', views'- -had -noVTbeen''Sou|ht: <" MKfConfe "All 1 ' Vo v Faithful' ""Scripture said "nothing could be further reading, Mac McLarty; " "What Child Is This" Junior Choir "The , , southeast and southwest, in 40s I Hagerty later called reporters ['Birthday of a King," Junior Choir; northwest; low tonight mid to high to a second news conference and Story "Why the Chimes iRang," 20s central and northeast, high 20s | saici he had talked to both Eiscn- I'Larry 'Lawrence; "Mary's Christ low 30s southeast and southwest, | bower an,d Nixon about the story's ~ ' " ~ _ .. ~ ... mid 20s to low 80s northwest, ARKANSAS—Fair, not quite so cold .this afternoon and tonight, gorty stated. lowesl 26-32 tonight, Friday fair, warmer south and turning (AJclcr extreme north portion late •STidfiy, highest 45-55 Friday, ' LOUISIANA — Generally f.iir mas Carol," 'Suzanne Boolh, Tcna Pilkinlon; "Christmas Lullaby" by Junior High'Group; 'O Holy Night' Georganne 'Lowe; Tribute to Our Retired Christian Ho quoted Eisenhower that Servants, Crit Stuart 'Jr,, "God implications, "They both said nothing could 'be further from' the truth" Ha- with losvest 20-34 tonight, warmer Friday. MISSOURI — Partly cloudy through Friday; warmer today and tonight and south Friday; light snow possible cxtrem,- north Friday; high today mid-tu-upper r east, near 40 west; low tonight 'out 3<U. THE WEATHER, EUSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ' f High Low Pr Albany, clear Albuquerque, clear Anchorage, cloudy Atlanta, cloudy Pismarcls, clear Boston, clear Buffalo, snow i^.lcago, snow ' Cleveland, cjpar 'Denver, cloudy 'Pos Moino?, clear Petroit, snow Fort Worth, clear Helena, cloudy Indianapolis, gloudy Kansas Cily, clear Los Angeles, cjpsr Louisville, clear' Memphis, clear » anii, c)ear IwiHiko, snow Mpl?.<st, Paul, clear New Orjeans, cjoydy N.OW York, glo|jc!y Oklahoma City, clear ,Qm,aba t clear Phoenix;, c}ear Pittsburgh, elpucjy Portland, Ore,.,-rain Portland, '$ie," clear 19 -3 5|l 37 21 lli 43 31 ,00 14 20 J9 5 JO 10 .02 "since tnis ridiculous point has 'been -raised it might ibe of . in- .tcrcst" to make it knosvn that the President's chief speech writer, IM'alcolm Moos, conferred for an rour with 'Nixon regarding Ihe State of the Union mesage. After today's National Security Council meeting, Nixon stayed behind and discussed the forihcom- naaiap.zoO with Eisenhower fur half ah hour, Hagorly said, JJagerty said Nixon reputed lo- day that he and the three Cabinet members discussed tho 1939 legislative program in general terms, but reached no conmcpnn U. Asked whether it wasn't rather unusual fo rNixon and thrde Cab. jnet members to meet by thenv solves for d;scus?ion of the message, Hagerty repliecl"not at nil." He said many fuch meetings of administration people always are held at this time of the year far ; 14 10 '05' discussion of the administration's - - ' o 17 4 51 38 -86 13 '18 9 T 39 24 87 S3 ?0 § 31 '?3 86 64 27 - H • i legislative program, later set forth by the President in his State of the Union message, The message will go to the new Congress early next month, ,He- spoke ao newsmen as JSiseii* howpr and Nixon were attending 7§ 11 Jg J ,0? Riphmond; cloudy kouj§; cloudy > It L»k ? c,ity, Pi?go, plenr Fraiicjspo, Seattle, pin ' 13, ,1 M 1^7 39 3g \$ 74 4.6 J5 »g H 411,03 S8 i 3§ gl M 34 11 g5 2§ Si H fij §2 - G.e ( p 51 i§ MO REAP OUR ADS the regular jveekly of tho Security Counril at Uje " White There was no advance Wodjipsdpy ,thal planned , •the nighlTrneetjng with the three Pabjnet Overland Mail Thp ojd 9m1ahcJ ^faii route, the largest contract route ip y.S. |s feeing, re-travele4 by , 8 . KJIO.-WUP. Te«n. group which the sponsorsjiip "of the phan)bgr of traveling, fee ]n Stars'* as vs ' iRi* fjy? origing) "un^e.r V ,ye? tefday thjt iP- 4^0,* "letter ii4y'ept)y fo th,? ^vag; " 15. Rest You iMerry Gentlemen" Junior Choir; "My Joy,Gift" Jan Ellis Jean Lowe, Susie and Becky Waller; Offering, Prayer, Crit StUart Jr.; "Silent Night, Holy Night" Junior Choir; Recessional "Hark, The Herald Angels 1 Sing"; Children's Benediction, Judge Orders Union to Comply With Reforms WASHINGTON (AP) — A U.S. District Court judge today orderrj tho Teamsters Union lo comply with reform orders of court-appointed monitors. Tho union was bnred from holding! a scheduled new convention next March. ,Jud»c V. Dickinson Lolls uphold complaints of a two-man majority of the Ihree monitors that the union under President James H Moffa had Jailed In comply in good faith with reform recommendations. Judge Letts, noting that Hit; monitors arc officers of the court and subject to (ho court's supervision, said they have nil, powers 'reasonably necessary to briny about a clean-up of the union. Truckers Go to Sleep, Almost Die NEWPORT,'" Ark. ' (AP>'— Two truckers who went to sleep in Lie cab of'their'parked vehicle hero early 'today were found unconscious several -hours later and were hospitalised for treatment of carbon monoxide 'poisoning, Attendants at a Newport hospital sjiid Archie Gibbs, 25, and Gene Bogard, 27, both o( near -Harrisburg, apparently were on the road to recovery, Meanwhile, officials at r, Mo,, where thvee Lan- truck" divers djecj' in a bunkh,o\isc last week, can,tjnued a probe to see jf carbon monoxide poisoning had paused the '.deaths, • Gibbs said he' and JJogard. drivers lor a trucking firm owned by E, H, Hflt)ey Jr., of, near War- rjsburg, arrived at jjpwport s^ort- ly after midnight, They parked trailer trucks at a service station Lodge Tells UN of Soviet Terror Reign By MAX HARRELSON UNITED NATIONS, N,Y. (AP)_ —'Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge' declared today thai a reign of terror, carried out by Soviet agents, is continuing in (full force in Hungary despite U.'N. efforts. He called on the 81-nation Gen-, .ernUjAssembly J,o cpnclomn ,• 1119^ Soviet Union once more and to persist in trying to end the repressive measures, Lodge addressed the Assembly as it opened a new round of debate on Ihc Hungarian problem which it look up first in an emergency session during the 1956 Hun garian uprising. Lodge himself blasted the Soviet Union and the puppet Hungarian regime for the cxeculion of. for- imer Premier Imre Nagy, Gen. Pal Malcler and other leaders uf the uprising. He called their execution "murder in judicial dis guise," •'The Hungarian people must bo relieved of that scourge of terror," Lodge declared, "Of all our aims with respect to Hungary, that is the most urgent," Ledge formally submitted a 37- nation resolution callnig on the Soviet Union and the Hungarian .Red govenmcnt to ciid repression ip Ihe baltered .satellite. The Assembly was expected to give the Justice Dept. Turns Down Probe Request WASHINGTON (AP)— The Justice Department, says it lacks the ^authority to probe charges of ir- -regularitics In lhi> recent general election at West Memphis, Ark. Sen. John L. McClcllan (D-Ark) also said yesterday his Senate Labor Rackets Committee had no •jiirisdiclion. .Seven residents of West .Memphis had written McCleilan, asking for an. investigation of Ihc Nov. '4 voting. The Justice Department said it .reviewed Hie' complaints soon after Hie election and closed Ihe case Dec. 5. "The election involved only one federal official, the congressman from thai district on Ihe ballol and, he was unopposed," ">aid a Juslice Department spokesman. Hop. G. C. Gallungs (D-Ark i. Is j'rtSf dist»/k:tLv.,saugrc8«nan. *'>, on u,s, Highway 67 on the eastern QUlskJrts j of tpwn, and went, to s|eep in the "cab. The engine was left running to keep the lie^ter on. Gibbs said, , The lpmpera.tw.ve, was aijout 25 j Degrees at the time.; $t' 0:45 thi? moping, Ha'ley another Uuck to Js'fivppyl- saw ihe ( Jrj3i|ct'-truck ' a! the station and investigated 1st Christian Church Choir to Sing Carols The choir of the First Christian Church will lead in a service of carols and cande] lighting at 4 p.m. vesper hour Sunday, according to Ihe pastor, Rev, William •£, Harris. The entire congregation will join in the singing of the carols. Jim Citty of radio stalion KXAR will 'be guest reader. The choir will toe featured in tho Christmas an- tjiem "Qloria In Bxcelsis Deo" an old French - English qarol arranged 'by i£ljen Jane 'Lurun-f., A short Christmas ]\ted)tation will l^e presented toy the pastor, '• The choir organist of the first Christian Church is 1-uther mon. > Mrs, Ed CO/WHS, Fpf/wer/y p/ Spring Hill, Succumbs Mrs, gd Collins, yged W, a form resident of Spring HiU ccrn- ujilty,, died Wednt-sday, ;&( her Jiatley 'said both men were yiv j home «t Houston, Texas. conscipus yj'hen. ii? opened the^ door of the cab. ,fie'Sum)T>pnpd an a,m ' hospital. whJ9h' topi? the ,to the Survivors include a son Virgil "Therefore," the spokesman continued, •• "no allegation could have altered the re&ul! of this single, unopposed lederal election. Based on these facts, and in Ihe light of the federal laws involved, there was no federal question involved." At West Memphis, one of Ihe signers of the letter lo McClolUm {.aid it was mailed yesterday morning. McClcllan said; "I haven't received the leUc-i', and 1 have no information as to its content. I never heard oi it until the press called me. "If it is a request that I Investigate a state, county, or municipal ploeUon, ot course I can't because my committee has no authority to do so— it has no jurisdiction of Ihc subject matte: 1 ," The seven West Memphis residents made public the contents of. the letter yesterday. Among ollim tilings, the letter charged tin- eliy'a political situation ''deserves n thorough airing and connection." Another charge syas that a political machine was in control, Publisher Dies at Batesville BATESVILLK, Ark. Frank Shirrell, a veteran fif.'lre in Arkansas newspaper and printing circles, died last night of ,0 heart attack while visiting at the home of his father. Shirrell, 53. was ro-owncr of a Batosvillc printing company and was a former co-publisher of llio weekly Sharp County Rceotd, l(t was a native <tf BatcsviHc. For several years- Shirrell was employed ,by Westoin Newspaper Upion at Utllo Rock. Survivors Include nis K-m Jimmy, with whom he operated the print •>hup here; his widow; his lather, Wash Shirrel), and a s>i.tur, Margaret Hitchcock, KILLED IN BLAST — Krishna Vent.i, leader of a religious sect called "Fountain of the World," wns one of eight persons killed In an explosion and fire at the sect's headquarters near Los Angeles. — NEA Tele|)hoto Washington's Possibilities as a Tourist Attraction Outlined by State Publicity Commission By CLOVIS COPELAND Publicity and Park Commission Probaibly no singlu community in the nation lias the historical significance to as large a segment of the nation as Washington, Arkitn- Millwee May Teach at University LITTLE HOCK (AP) — Hell rod Associate Justice Minor W, Millwee of the Arkansas Supreme This is vividly pm I rayed in the Court says ho is considering ^ ;. material prepared by tho Arkansas; History Commis.non and submitted to the Arkansas Legi^lfilive Council, Actual marks of Us romantic background re-main in evidence, nnd the people are still aliso who' heard their parents nnd grandparents relate actual hanpenings. Only occasionally huvo'inese gems of the pas.1, been recwdod for pos- lorily, ami lime is r,inic|ly > mining owl for the preservation of lhase monuments of a gryat and valiant ipeuple. Unfortunately, restoration of IWnshinglon, Arkansas utfcrs, no remunerative reward lo the properly owners of Iho area. The very history of Ihe town precludes tlbe idea of penny-arcades nnd souvenir shops. Hestpralion of Washington must be undertaken on a Willianisbuvg basis, iind the cobt would be only n fraction with the proper corn- munily cooperation. There arc few in the; West wh"sc ancestors did not 1 puss this way ;md millions fn the North pncl East have heard the Washington story, Unfortunately, the history of tho Old Town of Washingtn is better known in Texas than in Arkansas and thousands from the Lone Star slale come annually, and almosl reverently—practically without direction—to giue upon the unmarked spots so important to thulr history, Ultimately, it could become Iho slate's greatest tourist attraction and Its principal draw would be from the categories of the cultural- groups, Investigations of the Arkansas Publicity and Parks Commission made at tho request of fii/pre'sen-" Uilive Talbol Feild, Jr., and Chancellor James pilkinton, seem lo indicate that there is an act-ivo center in the Washington community working for tho restoration of Wash ingtpn as a historical window,'With a very small minority seeking to capitally on its future development from a monetary standpoint. A surprisingly large t number' 'o£ property owners in the vicinity can. trace titles 'back to the Jim Black and Powie-knifi* days, 'in tho same fanjily. This plun sec-ms feasible }, In cooperation with Iho Pub. licity and Parks Commission, 'the (JJjslory Commission and the Cpin» Uvfl Commission, sell South Continued on Pago Four leaching) position nl the University uf Arkansas School of Law, He retired from the bench several weeks ago because of il! health. He was dcfealed for anolhoi term hist summer by Jim Johnson ol Crossetl. .MiIIwet!, said lie would mako : a decision'on the possibility of teaching about the /first- o fine ye«r, Record Cold in East, Snow Moves to South Bp tHE ASSOCIATED PRESS ttecord cold bnro down hiit'tl ott the East loday mid snow fell In Die South. Eleven dnys bcfoi-c the official starl of w I n I c r temperatures dropped to —-22 In Boonvlllc In lha Adirondack footliltls niul —-2d 111 North Crock, N.Y. Phlllpsburg, n.. hnd —17. The —12 Ih Wurlinslon, VI.. the — 4 In Providence, tt.l.. and the —U In Pittsburgh set now records Jttr the (Into, Show fell In Allrnila, Qn l( whore tho temperature dipped below the freezing level, early In the dny. The Cnrollnos' hnd 1 to 5 Inches of snow. Deeper In 'Dixie rnln tell, Thun* derslorma developed In Florida, Tho snow-sick residents of Os- wcito, N.Y., nwoka to find' moro snow nnd a forecast of still more to come. An additional foiir inches lull overnight, raising tin; accumu;, lation to about O'/a feet. It was an even zero there, * t Fresh snovv fell from tho Iowa- Minncsotn border eastward into Michigan and Indiana, Chlcagoans, who were Inking a broaiher after clearing away Monday's six-inch snow, went to work loclay hi ankle-deep snow. • But the Midwest was a bit' warmer. i •'1 i Ali Around Town The Star Staff Jjqno'Firemen made a couple of runs * yesterday ID fires reportedly itaj-ted by trash burners . , , Chief ihrpg drjvefS vybo,, died in vvpre Jpta JPg,rke ?!i, :.. ^ no ' j IT _..: — r*»A Collins of JJpuston; two daughters, \yiujs cautioned all persons to Mrs, ), H." Martin of J-jouston and , £lb?rl Tarpley of Spring J^ill; , , i Warden, 2.1 oil ^' ; Uttle ' - - . They %'ere sisters, ,Mr&. J, Spring |lijl and Mrs. p, U-Lucas at , wiU be held Sprjng mil Baptist £hm-ch, will he at Evening wJU be Time gy Jfep;don-Cor- >^V«. r j '^ r ~» •TiP« r ^f£^ " J- r - ^W^fl 3 *"* """^ •*» 1 y^ijfle^j^eryicel ,fg|-f^^e.n Npa} JM ! jdj|d ^|sl,m-day '-to 4;Jpcjtl^'- ji«|^.vvJll Jj^id %W'&-&•-? >*<^ %> ai. '^jp^pii^'iiel.^?; ejv§|«J-: BuViAi - ^|;;||,5iJ| ; ^^0»l fet^ Y *' < '*""" i *" J1 "* 1<H season. pot lp Huldlestmi P-ost No- I? will hold a supper Friday at 1 p.m., • t Blado and Pershing Rifles is the son of Mr. and jyjr of l-{ope ... at gaj Singers will 3 varied pjogr a|r n for }hc mas season at 8 p. m . . 1§ ... the group inplude's Christ- at the Jp:ii;s Ha,U . . . Justice $4 £\ (MeFadcJen will 'be principal' fsp.eak- till veterans aacj ^heir fan>, invHcd. " cr From jSu»'>ka, p»Ht. ppme,s wo,i'4 thfet Hwtwrd Mayo, s(v\ is State Income Tax Hike Nets $1.5 Million LJTTLK HOCK JAPJ—The boost in Arkansas' state* income tax has produced only about $1,700,000 in extra revenue instead of n predicted four million dollars plus, according lo figures, released today, The Stale Revenue Department said records tor ihc first 11 months of 195H showed income tn;< payments totaled $1Q,17),20H compared to $14,4(!(i,3G<l for 10S7. Broadening of. the income lax base was authorised by tne 1957 Legislature which also Increased l|in slate sales tnx from two.- to three percent and raised severance lax rules, . December tabulations are not impeded lo raise the ISISS total significantly as collections genurnlly aro, light in ,lho last month of thu year. • ' Coi'puratiQii collections wore down $442,813 from 1057, the breakdown revealed, A total of .V.HQ cgYporaUons" paid $8,7(10,4^0 tin's year compared to 3,300 corpora* lions paying $0,241,839 In J9S7. fn Individuals filed 103,381 returns and paid $7,.'574,8^1 com- to «(i,35(! filings and. collections of $5.224,725 In 1857, The 1P57 tax Incroa&c program, sponsorud by Quv. Orval R. Fan- bus, was designed to produce about gg million dollars in additional roventie. A' largo part of tho e;vU a was earmarked lor teacher 'increases and expanded slot& services, leglrUUiye controversy over '''the tax boosts, thore were •forecasts that broadening thp ,byse of t)}o slate income, tii* wuuld pro» ducc four to fjvo million dollars a year. , Stale Reyenun J t ' QvlHe Cheney Said toclay he did not know "whuru unyone got the change *m ,con)pt)ting the tax was going to bring h> an additional five" million ' ','JJ. is truu the ,t(ix wag doubled ' , on a nuniber 'of, indivldunls," thc- (.'(jmrrtissiouer addyd, "but there wtign't any big amount of money Involved because they weren't p,ay- wt'g much tax any\yay. For instance) a man who was paying- $$5 and had his tax inrrwed to ^52 paicf cjjly $?7 additional and, >vt his tax .increaseed - over 100 per cent *> change in eomputjHipi)5 yl#<> il many working couples t« Uio ^uparate returns because suph a proe.edu, r« " By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS"/ > December's • cold wave relaxed n little in Hie midconlincnt' loday -, bill there wasn't much ^relief-in other areas In the Eastern half D£ the nation. ' • -i, ' Although lemperaluros modernt-'i/.,- ,\l eel in the central part of the cotjli-'' '?try, H was still cold, wilh below,- , - xero temperatures again tills >•; morning in some northern 'Mid- , west sections, , ',,;-< The full force of the cold !M"-'" " from tlm midlands hit the -East; ' and Soulh, dropping temperatures"-,; lo low marks for the season. In, >' (some areas. ' ',' ' >-,i -It was below zero-in ports of, A northern New England, "•,_,,, 7,oro weather was in prospect " deep into the mountains of West , Virginia and western Virginidr /, with freezing temperatures rang-- 1 ,., intj southward to the Carolines anjd, „" northern Georgia. The cold air, • J . mass remained ncnrly stalionary ,, in the Ohio Valley, More snow fell in areas from > northern Ohio into western Ncw<' ,,York, Oswego, N, Y. hit by more, than 5 feel of snow since Sunday .-, got another half a fool overnight. The snow depth in Ihe Lake On- \ lario clly measured 77 inches, nearly O'/i- feel, The fall at Erie, • PH., was 20 inches and al Syra- \ ciiso, N.y,, 0 inches. , , Hope Giving Way to Gloom at Oswego OSWEGO, N.Y. (AP) ' ~"l'lopo gave way to renewed gloom, , to-, day in this bltaard-strlcKen,- city as residents awoke^ to> new- snow and a forecast" "of more, , % , . Another four inches had fallen ovurnifthl raising- ^o about 6'^' feet the thick," while blanket IJiat fins broken roofs, buildings -and business, and almost broken spirit hyru in the last five days,". '-/ Two local puilding contractors'' e s t i m u t o d tl]«t damage has reached $500,000 and urobab,!/ r , would go higher, , . , ' The battle to repair damage arjjj prpvciH more resumed toclay i<j xei-o temperatures, with than 20 feet high,' Three {umilii?s were evacuated from U)c'ir homes diir? ing the night because of collapgi ing roofs, ' So far, no injuries have been' reported, A-fost roads in tho area had opened and food supplies considered adequate. , , A cwitractor's - warehouse -and/; >1 an oil company building ' Wednesday and t roofs of at Jeasi . ; " -"^ three other business plapes gays' .V--"^ way. , " /' """•'- llimstholders cleared snow Irorji rooftpps when cracks' Hie walls of many'^ Wednesday there was -some"su«t* .-:»?^ of nia»y "dwcllSngs. •",'',"•'. -'" " shine and the heavy , snows- taja?!"-li ' ' ered off, Tax Oiectoi" Ruby Bear- laid," "There a,ro 'pi'obo.Uly w'iyes in the state , .'This -ac)c«mHs Between; the Schools wpre expected to,"f(-0|jeij.t''4| Friday. Jjidustries recalled \«prfc» '-,m lojjiied _by during • the mosf sevevj? earlier in, the >,Vf,pek syas

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