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Ka-Blam!
Long Beach, Calif, now has a nice site to build an art museum. The 11-story Hubbard building was demolished recently, but it
took several tries to bring it down. The building finally yielded to progress coming down with a bang.
Killer gets parole after 18 ears

YORK, Neb. AIP) - Convicted
murderess Car Ann Fugate
was paroled yesterday, 18 years
after she accompanied Charles
Starkweather on a violence
spree which left 10 persons
dead.
"She has earned her parole
. . . society has gotten it's
pound of flesh," Jacqueline
Crawford, the superintendent
of the York Women's Reform-

atory, said after the Nebras-
ka Parole Board issued its 4-1
ruling.
"I would just like to say
thanks," said Fugate.
She was 14 in 1958 when she
rode with Starkweather on his
campaign of murder.
Now 32, she will be released
June 20 and will apparently be
headed for a new home and a
new identity somewhere in

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Michigan.
Starkweather, the last man
to die in Nebraska's electric
chair, was executed 17 years
ago this month, on June 25,
1959.
During her prison years, Fu-
gate worked in a Nazarene
Church nursery, taught Bible
classes on Sundays and occa-
sionally delivered sermons. She
was trained as a geriatric aide
in a work release program.
Parole Board Chairman John
Greenholtz said Fugate, a for-
mer Lincoln resident, will re-
port to a parole officer in St.
Johns, Mich., indicating she is
probably headed for that state.
No one spoke against the
parole at the hearing, and the
only member of the board vot-
ing against the parole, Cather-
ine Dahlquist, would not com-
ment on her decision.
Fugate's parole contains a
special provision forbidding her

from granting interviews or
holding news conferences with-
out written permission from the
board.
"This is for your own good
and protection -- you asked
for it," said Greenholtz, noting
that Fugate had expressed a
wish for little publicity.
"I do not wish to give inter-
views now or in the future,"
said Fugate as she made her
bid for freedom. "I sim-
ply-want to go out and do the
best I can, to the best of my
ability as a citizen."
Fugate said she wants only
to live "a normal life" free of
publicity -- "to settle down
and get married and have a
couple of kids."
During her testimony before
the board, Fugate said she feels
sympathy for those who have
opposed her release, saying
they have confined themselves
in a "prison of hate."

Wednesday, June 9, 1976
T.V.
tonight
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-s 0oSCO KID
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'd DANIEL BOONE
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I tOwLING FOR DOLLARs
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11 BRADY BUNCH
W5 FAMILY AFFAIR
6 MINDING YOUR
O-USINESS
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7 WILD KINGDOM
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56 EVENING EDITION WliT
MSARTIN AGRONSKY
62 NEWS
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& DAWN
4 13 LITTLE HouSE ON THE
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7 24 BIONIC WOMAN
9 MAYOR DRAPEAU
-Documentary
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56 WILLIAM PENN: THE
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Robertson
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50 BEST 0 FGROUCHO
56 IT'S YOUR TURN
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7 MOVIE
."Matt Helm"
9 NEWS
11 MOVIE
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1:00 4 TOMORROW
7 13 NEWS
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"The Fighting Lady"
2:30 4.NEWS
3:43 2 NEWS
CUSTOMS MEN
PRAGUE (1P) - Czech cus-
toms men claim the presents
West German tourists carry
across the frontiers are a sure
indicator of the economic situ-
ation in their country, and that
what the Czechs try to bring is
reflects the latest craze.
Not so long ago West Ger-
mans were bringing their rela-
tives expensive new clothes,
electrical appliances and sim-
ilar presents. Now they declare
second-hand things and once in
a while some chocolate.
A while ago Czechs were try-
ing to bring across the frontier
nylon cots and banlOn sweat-
ers b1t now the craze is 13i1i-
calculators.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVI, No. 25-S
Wednesday, June 9, 1976
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