Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 13
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 13

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, April 29, 1963
Page 13
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MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, !963 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN PAGE 13; Fires, Air Crashes, Car Mishaps Glaun Lives 3699 E. BROXOWX?' EL CON SHOPPING CENTER , ... .By Unltod Pr*»» International Two fires ojatmcd 11 jives,-three airplane crashes killed six persons and nearly a;scbre of people died in spectacular automobile accidents during the weekend. FIRES: A mother and father and six Children burned to death yesterday when fire swept through a farm home near Charleston, --'- jvio. All the victims w e r e found in one room of the one- ,tory frame'house. Dead were Jesse Jackson, 34, his wife Anna, 28, and t heir six children, Mary Ruth, 10; Emma Marie, 9; Charles 8; Shirley Jean, 5; Mar- tha Ann, 4; and Dwayne, 3 months. Three young sisters were asphyxiated yesterday in a fire in their home in Southfield, Mich. They were identified as Carmen Shouneyia, 2, and her sisters Ayme 3, and Ayster, 4. Five other children Of Mr. and Mrs. Oraha Shouneyia escaped the flames. : .'·;..· ·'.', .·']'··, . · ';.'//·: PLANES: Three army men; stationed at Ft. Lewis, Wash./ died yesterday 1 when their helicopter crashed about five miles n o r t h of Ellensbiirg, Wash. Two men survived. They were preparing for a large-scale m|Htary maneuver, officials said, when the crash occurred, The victims were not identified immediately. , A 12-year-old boy and his uncle were killed Saturday when a private plane crashed PRICE SMASHING CONTINUES! ' \ ^ ' . . UNTIL BANK TAKES OVER! FURTHER REDUCTIONS ON FAMOUS LUXURY SUITS! TO BE SACRIFICED! Into a mountain northwest of Chambersburg, Pa. The victims were the pilot, Robert Cassidy, 39, and Mark Wiser, 12, both of Dry Run, Pa. Austin Bums, 40, Hazlet, N.J., was killed last night and another man critically injured when their light single-engine plane crashed in a wooded section in Madison Township, N.J., near Perth Amboy. AUTOS: T h e weekend's worst traffic accident claimed five lives Saturday on a rain- slicked highway near Troy, 111. The only survivor of the. two-car crash was a woman driver who was wearing a seat belt. Dead were William Poling, 70, and Mrs. Beatrice Poling, both- of Van Wert, Ohio; Charles Poling, about 70, Battle Creek, Mich., in one car, and Jesse Shaffer, 57, Camp Hill, Pa., driver- of the second car, and his sister, Mrs. Emma K. Motter, 73, Summerdale, Pa. Four persons died last night in a two-car accident near La Crosse, Wjs. The dead w.ere identified as Jesse D. Howard, 76, driver of one car; his passenger, Mrs. Mary Wheidon, 67, both of La Crosse;.Michael J. Isbell, 19, West Salem, Wis., the other driver, and a passenger, Arlan F. Romskog, 19, Rural West Salem. Four young persons died in a three-car crash north of Holland, Mich., late Saturday. Police said one car rammed into the rear of a car being towed because of motor trouble. The victims were identified as Wayne Dale Dirkes, 2, Cheridal McWilliams, 16, Phyllis Garbrecht, 17, all of Holland, and Stephen Holland, 16, Muskegon, Mich. Three airmen from Forbes Air Force Base were killed in Topeka, Kan., yesterday when their car left the road and smashed into a grove of trees. Airman l.C. Edward Murphy, 25, Whitesboro, N.Y., Airman 2.C Paul A. Parini, 20,' Thomaston, Conn., and Airman 2.C Adam N. Bell, 27, Bellmont, 111. --Cltlien Photo By Lou Pavlovlch CLEOPATRA'S TO BLAME Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foust, of 1233 W. Cedar Ave,, were heading east on the Benson Highway late Saturday afternoon when Cleopatra, their frisky puppy, decided to show her affection. She jumped over Mrs. Foust's shoulder and into her lap. Mrs. · Foust, who was driving, lost control of the car. It left the road and sheared off a telephone pole, causing an electrical failure in an area between Alvernon and Craycroft Roads. Mrs. Foust, suffering from a scalp cut and possible chest injuries, was taken to St. Mary's Hospital. Her husband was treated for multiple cuts and bruises and released. Groundwork Soon For New U.A.R. DAMASCUS, Syria--UPI-Syrian Information Minister Dr. Jamal Attassi said today a legal commission would be formed soon to draft a constitution for the proposed United Arab Republic.. The new U.A.R. will include Syria, Iraq, and Egypt. He said "national fronts" would be organized soon in each country but will not eliminate political parties-"only their differences and divisions." HAND-TAILORED WORSTEDS MOHAIR-WOOLS IRIDESCENT - WORSTEDS TROPICAL WORSTEDS ITALIAN WORSTEDS $ 89 95 to H39 50 HOURS: Saturday: 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Sunday: 11 A.M. to 5 P.M. MA 4-1832 149 N. Stone "Fine Men's Wear" FREE PARKING Open Fri. Nite 2 Tucson Men Hurt Near Bisbee Two Tucson men were in- jured.early yesterday morning when their car plunged down a 20-foot embankment just north of Bisbee. The driver, Raymond G. Nunez, 20, of 5425 S. 13th Ave., is believed to have fallen asleep at the wheel, the Highway Patrol'said. He is in good condition at Copper Queen Hospital in Bisbee with a facial laceration and a possible broken right ankle. His passenger, Raymond Salgado, 20, of 4168 S. Kostka St. was in fair condition at the same hospital with a broken'leg and a broken pelvis, according to the patrol Nunez was northbound on U.S. 80 when his car skidded 185 feet before plunging off the right side of the road, investigators said. The accident occurred about 2:30 a.m. PAUL H. JONES NEED ADVISORY SERVICE? We will cheerfully and honestly advise you on your insurance problems, holding paramount your .best interests, not our commission. PAUL H. JONES and Company Insurance, Inc. 1221 E. BROADWAY MA ! n 3-5791 BREATHLESS NO WONDER IT'S THE WORLD'S LARGEST SELLING VODKA . 80 MiD 1M PROOF. DIS1IUIO fSOH GRAIN. ©SH. PIEfflE SMIRNOFF FIS. 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