El Paso Herald-Post from El Paso, Texas on January 29, 1958 · Page 7
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El Paso Herald-Post from El Paso, Texas · Page 7

El Paso, Texas
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Wednesday, January 29, 1958
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.EL PASO HERALD-POST, Wednesday, Jan. 29,1958 ANTONIO BUSTAMANTE Antonio Bustamante of 707 South Virginia street died yesterday m a Juarez hospital. He was 46. Mr. Bustamentc had resided in El Paso two years. , Survivors include his wife, Julia; a son. Hector of El Paso: two daughters, Miss Magdalena Bustamante of the home and Mrs. Estela Carbajal of El Paso; his mother, Mrs. Soledad A. Vda. de Bustamante of El Paso, and a brother, Salvador of El Paso, and two Hunt Boy, Girl For 10 Slayings In Midwest (Continued from Page One) service station a t t e n d a n t who worked near the fugitive's home. Doubts of the safety of Miss murder of Robert Colvert, 21, a Fugate were increased by discovery that Miss King had been subjected to an unnatural sex attack. Lancaster County Attorney Elmer Scheele saM he thought this important because it might show "Starkweather is traveling aione" now. Nebraska Safety Patrol Capt. Dan Casey said he feared "some- grandchildren. Funeral arrangements were pending at Memorial Chapel, IGNACIO SANDOVAL Ignacio Sandoval, five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ysaac Sandoval of 5936 Cleveland avenue, died in a hospital today. Other survivors include two brothers, Ysaac Jr. and Ismael, and four sisters, Xochitt, Irma, Ester and Irene. Funeral arrangements were pond- IXMU v»»w^ i jpunCrtu Uiiau^i"*"** 1 *""" " thing might have happened" to ng a{ Memor i a i Chapel. Caril , ., ... ROBERT FUTCH JR. Sanders admitted he nad notn- ^^ Futch Jf ( four . m0 nth-o!d ing to go on" in the search. ^ of Mf flnd j^ . Robert Futch «I think he'» still in the area," ^ 125 ^.^ Ve rde street, died said Sanders, "because the second yester( j a y in a hospital. car stolen from Jensen has not Amn gements were pending with turned cp. Bolides. w« have been Memorijll Chapel, get** few ^ro.tawcver^reli. ^ ^^ Funeral services for Tom L, Donohue of 103 Short street will be held at 12:30 p. m. tomorrow m Banks Funeral Chapel, with the Rev A. Harold Banks officiating. Burial will be in National Ceme- ery.' Girl, 15, Tells About Attack (Continued from Page One) Kead and leave me in the hills," any sightings and moat unusual." Seeks Data One of the "sightings" came iron- Muskogee. A Central Airlines ticket agent said a boy about 18 or 19 who had a teenaged girl m his car. Inquired about a -Kansas City, Mo, flight last night The agent, Don Keener, said the descriptions matched those of Starkweather and Mis« Fugate. The Kansas City "lighting," which attracted seven patrol cars, turned out to be a false *l» rn »- w»* another couple. y o u n g Nebraska There was some confusion at flnl de«criptkms of Starkweather and Miss Fugate. One report said he weighed more than 200 pounds but these were eventually clarified, and he was described as short, 5 feet, 5 inches tall, and weighing about 1« pounds. He is believed wearing a black jacket and blue jeans. Keep Roadblocks the girl replied. Frank Escajeda Taken by Death; Rites Pending Frank Escajeda Sr. of 2300 Silver street, member of one of El Paso County's earliest families, died toilay in a hospital. He was 84. The first Escajedas settled at San Elizario on Spanish grant land more than two centuries ago. Mr. Escajeda was born in San Elizario, where liis father, Encarnacion"E*- cajeda, also was bora. Frank Escajeda was the last o, four brothers who were prominent in El Paso. The others were former County Auditor J. A. Escajeda, E, A. Escajeda and J. M. Escajeda, Mr. Escajeda had lived in E _aso since boyhood. He was City lealth inspector for 25 years and a deputy sheriff under Sheriff Seth Orndorft'. Until his retirement four years, ago Mr. Escajeda had farm-, ing intarests in the Lower Valley. He is survived by two sons, Frank JB. of El Paso and Gabriel of Los Angeles; three daughter*, MM. A. L. Breton Sr. of El Paw, MM. A. M. North of Englewood, Calif., and Mrs. T. E. Mayes of Dallas; and 17 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are pending with Kaster and Maxon Funeral Home. Mrs. Edna). Barber Claimed by Death Mrs. Edna J. Barber of 3009 Richmond *treet died yesterday a hospital. She was 68. Mrs. Barber had been a resident of El Paso 46 years and was * Mrs. Pigner Dies; Rites Tomorrow MM. Eula Booth Pigner of 221 West Nevada street died yesterday in a hospital. She was 83. Mrs. Pigner was the widow of the late John Fletcher Pigner, a rancher of Marfa and Deming. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. L. D. Moses of El Paso and Mrs. H. G. Vermillion of Albuquerque; three sons, Thomas B. Pigner of Rosita, Colo., Fletcher C. Pig- ner of Deming and James L. Pig- ner of Rensselaerville, N. Y.; 11 ner of Beasselaerville, N. Y.; eleven grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are pend- ilng at Harding and Orr Funeral Home. MRS N. ROMAS SOLADAD Mrs. N. Romas Soladad died today in her home at 1411 East 12th street. She was 72. Mrs. Soladad has been a resident of El Paso four years and was a member of St Ignatius Catholic Church. Survivors include two sons, Pete of El Paso and Fausto of Pico, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Dominga Men- de» of El Paso; a daughter. Mi*. Baltazar Terrazas of El Paso; five grandchildren and t h r e e great grandchildren. Funeral arrangement!) were .pending at Kaster and Maxon Funeral Home. EDGAR W. SCHWARTZ Funeral services for Edgar W. Schwartz of 2522 Altura boulevard will be held at 11 a. m. tomorrow in Kaster and Maxon Chapel with me Rev. Geonge W. Burroughs and the Rev. C, M. Sohindler officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery. The family request* ttiat in lieu of fiowen, donation* be made to the Building Fund of the First Presbyterian Church. Roadblocks were maintained in the Lincoln area, but it was feared that afl the slayings were committed Monday night and the missing pair had time to make a getaway into another state, despite Sanders opinion. Tha motives in the slayings were obscure. Police .investigated one theory that Caril might have learned something about tho Colvert killing and told her parents, and that they then were slain. Their bodies were found Monday afternoon in outbuildings behind the girl's run-down home in Lincoln, along with that of their two-year- old -daughter. Meyer's body was found at his farm home, and the bodies of Jensen and Miss King were found jammed into a storm cellar at an abandoned school site. The elder Bartletts, Meyer and the teenagers had been shot The Bartlett child died oC a skull rfac- ture. Colvert was slain with a shotgun blast at the station, where Starkweather visitU frequently. 1C gill AW^." She said when she got ftome sue tried to locate her mother, who had gone to Juarez with a visiting aunt and uncle from out of town, but about 15 minutes after midnight her mother came in wi* the relatives and she told her story. She said police were called and then she went to El Paso General Hospital for an examination and treatment. The jury was completed soon alter court opened this morning with W O Rhodes of 3013 Hueco street selected as the 12th juror. Rhodes is the only unmarried juror. The others, including three women, are married and all except one woman lave children. Other jurors are J. B. Tidwell A. L. Tully, W. J. Walters, S. A Charles Deane Taken by Death Charles V. Deane o? 907 Robinson ·boulevard died yesterday in a hospital. He was 72. Mr. Dearie, a veteran of World War I, was * member of the American Legioji Post 36 of El P^so. He'had been a resident oi Ell Paso four years and was a member of St. Clement's Episcopal Church, . Survivors include four sisters, Mrs. G.. .B. Jackson and Mrs. Charles Fry, both of El Paso; Mrs. Joe Davcnp 01 * of KerrviUe, and Mr*.' S. B. Ellington of Salinis, Calif'., and « brother, Alan D«ane of Moses Lake, Wash. · , Arrangemenits are pending with Harding and Orr Funeral Home. 10RENZO LOZA Rosary for Lorenzo Loza of 5044 Meade drive will be held-at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow in Martin Mor- :uary Chapel. Funeral mass will be said at 8:30 a. m. Friday In Blessed Sacrament Church with the Rev. J. Hay officiating Burial wiil be In FL Bliss National Cemetery. MBS MICAELA LOPEZ Rosary for Miss Micaela A Lopez of 309 South Campbell street is to be said at 8 p. m., today in Martin Mortuary Chapel. Funeral mass will be said at 8 a. m. tomorrow in Sacred Heart Church with the Rev. J. D. Loeffler-officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. ALBERTO Alberto Grijalva died today at his home at 717 South Campbell. He was 65. Mr. Grijalva was,a native of San Elizario and was t member of the Catholic Church., ' Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Maria de Grijalva of the home; three sisters, Mrs. Santos Montez of Clint, Mrs. Luisa Guerra of Saw Elizario and Miss Carmen Grijalva; two brothers, Luis of El Paso and Abel of San Jose, Calif. F u n e r a l arrangements were pending with the San Jose Funeral Home. FRANK P. CRUTCHER Funeral services for Frank P, Crutcher, 55, who died Sunday at Lubbock, will be held at 2 p. m. omorrow in the Mackey Funeral Home at Holdenville, Okla. Mr. Crutcher lived in El Paio tt years before moving away six rears ago. Survivors include the vidow and a brother, Judge L. W. Crutcher. of Holdenville.. Page Seven ·rrr -srues. ^ TM---^ FOR MEN ONLY! Can You Keep A Secret? DIAL KE 3-8646 Night OR Day Jury, Mrs Hilda Regan, Thomas 3. Hall, John L. McLearen, Mrs. Juanita Folkerson, Jose Armendariz, Mrs. J. C. Cutright and P. Chavez. member of Manhattan Presbyterian Church. Survivors include two sons, Fxan- of El Paso and James of El eno, Ofcla.; a sister, Mrs. W. D. fcvens of Detroit; and two gnmd- lildren. Funeral services will be held at p. m. Friday at Kaster and /laxon Chapel with the Rev. John istus officiating. Burial will be' in esttawn Memoral Park Ceme- ry. IRS. EMMA MAE SCHWENK Funeral services for'Mrs. Emma Schwenk of 3207 Frankfort treet will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow in First Christian Church ith the Rev. Keith Pierce officiating. Burial will be in FL Bliss Na- onal Cemetery under direction of rding and Orr Funeral Home. Freight Boost Put Off Bv United Prcst WASHINGTON. Jan. 29. - The nation's major railroads yesterday postponed the effective date of iheir proposed freight rate in creases from Feb. 1 to Feb. 15. Weather Models Aid Forecasting My Science Service NEW YORK, Jan. 29.--Models of .the world'* weather, m a d e in "dishpan*" in the laboratory or constructed mathematically f.o r electronic computers, are meteorologists improve the quality and accuracy of weather forecasts. Better understanding o f t h e causes and effects of weather using these two type,? of models was reported to the American Meteorological Society meeting here. Even though the "dlshpan" scale models rf the atmosphere give only a rough idea of actual weather, »uch experiments are "useful" research tools, Hunter Rouse of the Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Re- ·earch, State University of Iowa, · told the meeting. Arthritis Victim Finds Success toi An*clci, lif. -- A nottJ inetta report* chit i fasc-*ctmj m«dk«r«d oi£tm«nt allrd INRAY qoickly the discomfort* of minor AL. * Rhcom«djm mchti «nd piio*. «nd «or« aiufclti for looc'iaffcfinff victim*. 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