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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - May 18, 1959, Long Beach, California A.4-PRESS.TELEGRAM C.lll., Mxi., Miy II, Bar Patron Slain; Thug Beafen Up LOS ANGELES UP) A gunman who killed a bar pa- tron was disarmed and beaten furiously by other customers today. They hammered him with bottles, fists and his own Crash Victims Live ive Days in Desert gun. "I had to kill, because of a JAMES A. CATHEY 'I Had to Kill' vision 1 had 10 years ago that 1 would kill somebody in a James A. Cathey, 27 mumbled as he held his ban daged head in his hands later at the city jail. Jose Lara, 21, was shot to death and Paul Merchain, 30 was wounded critically when they jumped Cathey as he was leaving the bar after tak ing from the cash regis ter. 4 POLICE, summoned by an other customer, said most o the 30 persons in the ba were pounding Cathey when they arrived. "They would have kille< said officer J. J. San tella. Cathey's left ear was part ly ripped off, his head wa cut in several places and hi eyes were swollen shut. .Police said Cathey is an ex convict who once killed a fellow inmate at Arizoru State Prison. ASSAULT Didn't Intend Soup for Officer MILAN, Italy fredo Cadelo told the court he certainly did not mean to pour soup on a police- man from his bedroom window. "I meant it for my nephew, but the policeman got in the he said He was sentenced to eight months in jail, for assaulting a public official. LOSES PURSE TUCSON, Ariz. A four- ay search that cost two lives nded with the rescue of two was fading Sunday when Davison, dehydrated and suf- ane crash victims who sur 44, am' V. Powell, 33, Tucson con ferlng a broken ankle and cracked vertebra, was found ived a torturous battle for stumbling and crawling down fe in the desert. a rocky gully near the small Lonnie Davison, 44, am' I ining community of Kearney. With no food or water ruction workers, were found i desolate south central Ari- ona Sunday. They were re- overing in a Tucson hospital oday. Davison and Powell cheated e desert of death in a five- ay fight against starvation, eat and pain after being tranded in the barren waste- and when their light plane down Wednesday. BUT TWO Civil Air Patrol iers hunting the missing lane were killed Thursday vhen their plane struck ower lines and crashed near ue Ray Airport. They were Villiam Rogers, 36, and leorge Shuler, 34, also of 'ucson. Hope for the missing men Get-Well Notes Pour in fo Dulles WASHINGTON Wt John 'osier Dulles, gravely ill at Walter Reed Hospital, con- tinues to receive an avalanche of mail from well-wishers around the world. At latest count today, there vere more than mes- sages to the former secretary of state. Aids said the average vas about 300 a day since he vent to the hospital in Feb ruary. THE GET-WELL wishes lave come in telegrams, cards, letters, and flowers ;rom friends and from thou- sands of others whom Dulles had never known personally Some of the mail has been shown to him, with cheering effect. But the flood is too large for one person to handle. Assistants said they were trying to acknowledge the correspondence but were be hind. A victim of cancer, Dulles took a turn for the worse las week after contracting pneu monia. and. little sleep, he had struggled eight miles through temperatures up to 100 de- grees seeking help, There was little shade.. He directed searchers to the wreckage where Powell lay with a broken arm, broken leg and possible chest in- juries. IN THE HOSPITAL today, Davison's condition was listed as good, that of Powell as poor. "Both these men are physi- cally tough a doctor said. "Others would ave died from such an or- eal." "I will never go to the orner drug store again with- ut a glass of Davison aid. 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