Ira Jobe Daniel accident - Deming, N.M. Nov 1936; Clovis News-Journal 23 Nov 1936 Page 1
FOUR KILLED IN DEWING CRASH Woman' And Three Children Children Victims O'f Highway Highway Accident ' - "t i (Drive Carefully!) DEMING, N. M., Nov. 23. (/P),-^-A' woman and three children were dead and, nine other persons luy injured, five seriously, here today after a heavily .loaded gasoline truck and trailer swerving to avoid three stalled automobiles involved * in a traffic mishap crashed into the ' tourists grouped near the scene. • The dead were Mrs/ M:> M. Daniel, Prescott, Ark.,- her son, Jobie; 14, and daughter Margery, 9, and John Allen Pasley, 4-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pasley of- Fort Worth, Tex, The injured were: Jack Jobe, M, M. Daniell and children, Louisa, Robert, Billie and Martha, all of Prescott, Ark.; Homer Sherrod, Big Spring, Tex., Maudy Pnsley and six-months- old Ira Pasley, Fort Worth, Tex. All Suffered Shock . All suffered severe shock, in addition addition to their injuries, but Mrs. Howell, Howell, head nurse of the Deming hospital, hospital, said they were expected to recover. recover. • .'•.•• C, P. Drake of Doming, driver of the gasoline truck, told Sheriff R. G. Franey, Deputy. Jess Thorn arid State Policeman Ivan Johnson who invest!' gated the crash that, he swung the Duels Tonight most repaired pair of glasses In Hungary. Hungary. ' They have been shattered frequently frequently in. 17 previous duels, The jugular veins }of the contest •tants will be covej'e.H only with a lig^ht cloth about their necks. Sarga is the smallest of the duelists, but his hairy shoulders are the broadest of the ten. Tonight's first duel will be the toughest, Dr. Sarga opined, and the two following it should be.easy "because "because I'll be warmed up." Budapest buzzed with speculation over whether Chief of Police Tibor Ferenczy would stop thQ duels, Generally, Generally, it thought not, because Chief Tibor loves the sound of clashing foils himself. Roswell reported the weather "very cold with the sky heavily overcast at rtiid-day. A light snow flurry fell there about 8 o'clock this morning but the flakes melted as fast ts they hit the ground. Snow fell at Carlsbad caverns today today and ,a light snow flurry covered the city, Associated Press reports said. At Clovis a stiff north wind added to the misery of the cold" temperatures, temperatures, but at mid-day the sun gave promise of breaking through the heavily heavily overcast skies and the Hope' of warmer weather. . No snow fell In this vicinity, the Santa Fe said. Forecasts of continued cold tonight were brightened brightened by prospect of fair and warmer weather tomorrow, Accident Victims Are Both Removed To Homes , Mrs. Arlie Davis, who received a severe throat cut .In the.auto accident on the Portales highway Friday night, was able to be moved from the Baptist Baptist .hospital to her home nine miles soxitheast of here yesterday. . Walter, Reynolds, who was injured In the same accident, was able to return return to his home in Portalos Saturday, FAMOUS ARCHITECT DEAD ' CHICAGO, . Nov. 23 <#>)—• Ernest Robert Graham, rioted architect who designed many famous buildings, died at his home yesterday. He was 68. truck into the barpit in an attempt to avoid hitting the parked cars. Then he said he saw the tourists standing i nthe path of the. truc|t and when he turned back on the road the machine overturned as it crashed into the parked cars. Underneath Trailer The officers said they took the bodies of Mrs, Deniell and her two children from underneath,the trailer, Th^ee automobiles and two trailers were grouped on the highway before the truck approached, Sheriff Franey said. ' t One machine had stopped to; fix a tire, a second had halted to help the first, and the third, a sedan/had run into the two parked cars. Nqne was injured in this mishap, however, he said. . '»• .The sheriff said the highway was almost blocked by the crash and gasoline from the tank spilled out. The three officers stood guard most of the night prevent further accidents. An inquest was scheduled for later today.