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26 Nov 1950

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26 Nov 1950

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Snyder Daily News (Newspaper) - November 26, 1950, Snyder, Texas The Snyder daily news vol. In no. 171 Bill the kid said alive by Elpaso Lawver la paso. Nov. 25. It�?attorn-1 of a Quot King a Pardon for Hilly the kid said today Tho noted outlaw j does t want any publicity if he comes out of hiding As they claim he we ids to do. At the same time Al paso s Cen Tennis committee moved to make sure it in t overlooking any Bete in the latest he a still alive stir and a woman who says she was a personal Friend of the gunman claimed she talked with him Here just four months ago. History a claim Aii the history Hooks say the kid was shot Down july 14. Issi by sheriff Pat Garrett at fort Sumner. N. M. The territorial leg tet Tum in 1882 paid Garrett a Chi Reward. But the Al paso Law firm of an dress. Lipscomb and pet Seolas j now contend Billy was Only i wounded that night till years and has been hiding in new vies Leo Ever since. The firm has asked gov. Thomas j. Mabry of Nev Mexico to Pardon him unconditionally so he can come out into he open. Ralph Yeltsin Ger chairman of Al t Pasos Centennial flew to Santa be to urge the Pardon so he can get Billy to appear As Star attraction at the Celebration Here Dee. 1-5. Mrs. Martel a aide. 89. Of Al past insisted she recognized the kid a St summer. Recognized him Quot i knew him the moment i saw Bim a she declared. A file is alive. Others have tried to impersonate bin but the Man i talked to in july was the real Billy. A when Billy a lawyer. William v Morrison of St. Louis brought by i to the Home of my grandson id the lower Valley he asked but a do Yea know this lady and Billy said sure. That a John Abies wife. Would a Faker know my husband. John or remember me a the outlaws real name was Vav ii Ham Henry Bonney. He was born on new York City a East Side and claimed to have killed 21 men one for every year of his Short in. Snyder Texas sunday november 2�, 1950 Macarthur arrives at korean front Twenty two pages in Turke sections Price i of pfc to Quot a a a a to a la i m 71 die As wintry blast cracks most of nation jury finds Tor heirs of mrs. Minnie Donaldson in suit Here areas hardest hit Iii storm Gen. Douglas Macarthur left seated rides past a group of gigs after his arrival in North Korea to direct the All out u. N. Offensive against communist forces. The massive end the War offensive is aimed at 100,000 chinese communists and remnants of the North korean army barring approach to the manchurian Border great Battle raging As reds counterattack on surging gis grand jury indicts 14 Here the Scurry county Grant jury which went into scat tips monday recessed kist night returned 14 indictments still investigating eight cases and passing eight for Lack of evidence according to Eldon Mahon District attorney. Quot the absence of a or crimes in Scurry county is to he commended and much of this Lack of Lav less i Ness in big crimes can be attributed to the authorities Here Quot said Mahon. When the grand jury reconvene Sdee. 13, several important matters which Ore pending will be probed thoroughly the District attorney 1 said. Operation of Slot machines in 1 Scurry county is being investigated particularly in clubs. Mahon said. A operation of Slot machines is a stale Law violation and will not be tolerated in this county Quot to added. Among those indicted were in Obert l. Harrell 29, charged with robbery by assault in connection with the Western Union robbery on the night of oct. 3. When $593 was taken with a toy pistol. True Bills were returned against Ernest James theft Over $50, and Ernest Galvan charged with bigamy. Harrell James and Galvan Are prisoners in the county jail. Other indictments included one for Possession of narcotics robbery by assault theft of a motorcycle 4 assault to murder burglary embezzlement. Three for swindling by worthies checks and theft Over $50, and one for removing mortgaged property Fri a the stat. One ease was referred to the county for proper action. Cullen Toombs was Foreman of the grand jury. He is the incoming county commissioner from precinct no. 2. A my tin a Oriard pres i Tokyo sunday nov. 25. Us tile enemy rolled thousands of j j troops toward the Northwest to re a la front saturday for what May be the first Ireat Battle of United nations end the War offensive. Already one big counterattack believed dealt by chinese communists had curled Hack the Allied East flank Siv Miles. It was aimed at South korean troops u. S. Forces still advanced farther West. West Corner of Korea. Beds said they were converging the red counterattack on the five Miles North of Kussong. Before Northwest threw Back the South j the u. S. 24th and second divisions. One Pilot said the Beds Wen korean eighth division to a Point near Yongun. A. U. S. First corps spokesman said the attackers presumably chinese might be trying to Nill up the Eastern end of Northwestern front. He had no estimate of the size of the counter attacking Force. Prisoners taken Friday said a full chinese bed division was dug in Alx it it to Miles North of Yongun. The left Side of tile Allied front moved ahead for gains up to six swarming Side. Try to Ann Ert Auk prisoners All Over the country but a Field dispatch said the Battle soon May lie joined Between u. S. and the too of chit est and North koreans massing Iii the Snow Mant de Hilts of North West Korea. Spot reds air observers said Thev had spot Ted an estimated 5.080 reds swarming toward Allied forces advancing on the West 50 Miles or less from the manchurian Frontier. Another 8,000 were reported air spotters moving southward neat the renter of the 80-Mttc front. Allied warplanes scared and blasted away at Supply bases or anything that moved. On the Northeast front South to Roan troops without opposition Cap lured Changjin. Last major East coast port before the siberian to Roan Border 55 Miles away. Top struggle but the decisive struggle appealed to be shaping up in the North Al own broadcast Lundon nov. 25. T of the Moscow radio tonight broadcast a his North korean communique troops of the Polesie s army on All sectors of the front continued fighting against american and South korean troops in the same positions As before. A Jap i Miles against steadily increasing opposition air observer who saw the 5, Utility Tim in Quot almost to 30000-bui<> Mark about 29.500 Bales of Cotton had been ginned in Scurry county a noon yesterday with considerable Cotton left it the Fields yet to Billet vested. Most of the Gin till have Alt he Cotton they eau Gin on their cards but winners reported the. Rush to be Over. An estimate of 3.000 Bales Gin a tied at Fluvanna might make the total vary either w a a few Bales but All other gins reported their exact amounts ginned. Snyder gins reported a total of 11,923 Hales of Cotton ginned so fat this season compared to a total of 10,520 at the end of last week. Other gins in the county report ing were ira�?3,308 dunn�?3,030 China grove�?3,175 two gins at hermleigh�?5,000 and flu Esti a Rcd r.,000 at Fluvanna. County agent Oscar Fowler es-1 to mates that there Are 75,000 acres of Cotton in Scurry county this year and he believes that it will average close to one half Bale per acre by the end of the season Congress not expected to do much when it returns Mondov by tile a it it it Tate pre a u. S. Eighth army and Vanord Hea Dou arters. Pkg i Rea nov. 25 i released Amor i lean prisoners of War said today i they believed their chinese communist captors tried to make a a filth column a out of them a i lie prisoners first were Given red indoctrination lectures which assailed american political and Mil i Bary leaders of the first 27 wounded Meri \ cans to be freed it said the Chine be told them Quot of you Are forced to fight again Tell your friends to fire into the air. Then give \ summary of the statements of the liberated men was released by the eighth army the prisoners Wert treed near american lines tues Day. The interrogator said the Chines communists did not like War but i a he it was necessary to form a United Korea. Among the questions asked were 1 these do you own property a How Many i rot Liers and Sisters do you have what work do you do do you vote what percentage of your of flyers Are College graduates what percentage of your officers Are West pointers Only two liberated soldiers re ported being questioned on the per son be and equipment of their unit. The men said they were fed Rice Barley Corn meat fish and greens the same food chinese troops were Given All the soldiers said they were Well treated. Medical supplies however. Were limited to bandages iodine and morphine. After deliberating one hour. The i jury in the Law suit of mrs. Maude Donaldson versus the heirs of the late John Hubbell for an undivided one half interest in her ranch properties yesterday evening re turned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff on All issues this suit was brought by Billy Donaldson adopted son of mrs Donaldson As next Law St Friend to i met aside a document which a alleged executed by mrs. Donald son on get. La. Lots conveying to it i Hubbell one half of her 12 sections j of land in Scurry and Lynn count a tics valued at about $150,000. The jury received the Case following two hours of arguments by a opposing attorneys. Mrs Donaldson was represented j daughter by the Law firm of Klett and bean of Lubbock. While Thomas and Thomas of big Spring and b k Neel of Lamesa represented the Hubbell heir tic trial began tuesday housekeeper when court reconvened yester i Day morning. Mrs. Frances Beck i Worth of san Angelo who for a year was housekeeper Ort the Donaldson ranch South of Snyder testified under Cross examination by the plaintiff s attorneys. Friday afternoon mrs Bede a Worth had testified idling the j court that it always was mrs. I Donaldson s wish that John Hubbell hive All her property when die died in her testimony Friday and yesterday. Mrs. Heck Worth stated i Quot mrs. Donaldson did not want Bill t Donaldson her adopted son to handle tin property after her death because she believed he would not preserve the ranch Prnn-1 erties Quot mrs Beek Worth said the deed and will awarding half the Dnn to Ald son ranch holdings to John Hubbell was typed by mrs. Beck Worth a daughter. Mrs. Daphne Murdean of san Angelo while the daughter was living at the ranch. Stating that mrs. Donaldson s health appeared worse now than a year ago. Mrs Heck Worth said. Clear not and ship Eire off of loll Quot Island new York. Nov. 25. 7�?the norwegian american line motor ship a Lynge fjord Quot took fire off storm swept Long Island today hut reported later the Blaze was under control the coast guard said at 6-15 . Est that the ship reported it was proceeding to new York under its own Power. The Shin s sos was received at 5 . Este the coast guard said. Her position was Given As a just South of Shinn Ecock Bay a which is off the summer resort of Southampton 90 Milos from new York City. The coast guard Cutter Quot Yea ton Quot was sent to Aid the ship. The freighter which was near the scene said it also was answering the Call for help. The freighter is of 3.800 tons. Built in 1948. She is 406 feet Long. A sometimes her mind is at other times she Doc a would von say that mrs. Donaldson knew what she was doing vent he signed the document inv iou part of her property to Hubbell get la. 1948?&Quot the defense attorney asked a by it i do for she had carried the pipers in her purse a Long time Aud i also read the will and deed to her on 25 cocas Ion mrs Heck Worth replied. Corrections on Eros. I examination or Heck Worth stated that several insertions and corrections in the original draft were made by her and by mrs. Donaldson. A who put the Pencil alteration on the draft of the deed and will that would not leave Hubbell heir any of the ranch properties a mrs. Heck Worth was asked by the plaintiffs attorney yesterday. I Don t know i did no to Quot he replied. Quot when you left the ranch did you try to take some articles with you a she was asked., a mrs Donaldson gave me a sewing machine and some other Art see Donaldson. I age 2> storm cantos delay of red ii Ilia s Glia Rue Lake Success nov. 25. Fra sudden storm forced postponement today of a i tilted nations Security Council meeting in which a Chi nose communist delegation was a peeled to charge the United state with aggression i he c Bines will get their Chance to blast the United states Munday. At 3 . I St just a few hour after russians Jacob a. Malik is scheduled to press similar charge before the Assembly s 60-nation political committee. Yugoslavia s ales Bebler novem Ber president of the Council de tided on the postponement after secy Gen. Trygve lie told him police had warned that roads Between suburban Lake Success and new York were rapidly becoming Dan serous. The of. A. Britain and France had already decided to request putting off the meeting because of. The weather but were spared the necessity this was regarded in Western quarters As Good Luck because the request for a postponement would almost certainly have been hailed he communist propaganda As Evi Deuce that the three Powers were reluctant to lace the chinese com Monist. Moreover it will noticeably w Eaken the propaganda value of i the chinese charges since on Mon i Day afternoon they will seem merely to Echo the complaint Maite is expected to make monday morn a ing. Both a is How the in saturday lated of hardest hit Areu november Snow paralyses entire area Iii Midwest the fared storms Cleveland the worst blizzard in 37 years dumped a 12 to 28 Inch thick comforter of Snow on Ohio business Industry and transportation slowed to a virtual standstill in Cleveland Akron Canton Youngstown and Warren Ohio counted seven dead. Pittsburgh Pittsburgh and other Western Pennsylvania Citi were mothered by a now tall that might reach 25 inches Pittsburgh had 19 inches at noon. It. S. Steel begun shutting Down its plants employing 50,000 because of the storm. Stores remained cloned Pennsylvania had five dead. New York one of the worst storms since the 1938 Hurricane i i the East coast. A gust of 94 mile an hour whipped across new York s Idlewild Airport. The Hurri canc Force winds Laden with rain flooded Shore areas destroyed borne crippled transportation and sent hundreds of families fleeing in. Land. The wind shoved a tide of water a mile Inland on Staten Island. Baltimore a 68 mile an hour Gale ripped Harbor Craft trom the a moorings and flattened Trees Sleets of rain started the Potomac Riser rising rapidly and some flood j sear were expressed Charleston w. A near Zero temperatures and More than two feet of Snow in Northern and Ca Tern West Virginia gave the Tate one of it worst weather lashings Iii years. Atlanta Felt be tog weather and rim ing Stow brought misery deep to the South sub freezing i weather was forecast Tor the resort City of Miami. A. Saturday night Atlanta Gateway to the Smith had a Low Reading of 34. The Mercury nose dived to 19 below at of. Mitchell \ c. Owensboro had a read ing of -7. Chicago three deaths in Chicago were attributed by police to Zero weather. Hurricane recorded Atlantic s i id Are Aion Quot rile e a ii o a r d november with Burnt now a term int ipas Prodi to detion Rea in m Exico reported Washington. Nov. 25. A fit tilt Washington office of Petrok out Mexicanos Lemex cays four in pertain new Oil producing area were discovered in Mexico last month they arc an Extension of the i. Plain Field in Vera Cruz a Wildcat discovery in Tantoco Vera Cruz an Extension of Tho Monterrey Field in Tamaulipas and a Wildcat Oil producer near Tux am Vera Cruz Lemex the mexican government Oil monopoly. Said three new Welly had been completed As producer with a net Mittal production of More than 3,501 barrels Dally in the Al plan Field in the Southern nos part of Vera Cruz state by Marvin l. Arrowsmith Waler shut off this morning Oil S. And t Washington. Nov. 25. A the Hist Congress sprinkled now with lame Duck lawmakers returns to work monday facing such issues As More defense Money higher taxes rent control Aud whether to create two new states. The wind up session will be a Brief one probably about three weeks and the Outlook is that a Good part of the business docketed by the democratic majority won t be completed. That would mean a fresh Start on such items plus plenty of oth a a is when the 82nd Congress takes Over Jan. 3. Slim control in that Congress the Democrat will retain control of both the Senate and the House but their a Jolli ties will be Slimmer As a re suit of Republican gains in the Nev 7 elections. A lame d ick lawmaker is of the Vinier Quot on Avenue i of in an ejection but who stays in office until the next Congress convenes the term also water on avenues a s. And t will be shut off at about 9 30 this morning for four and one half hours. W. J. Ramsey City superintendent said. Reason for the shut off is that All the fire plugs on Avenue s have to be moved Back from the Street to permit widening and repaving of the thoroughfare. Some it will still be on where houses Are connected to the new water main but All houses still tied on to the old Maite will be Cut off Ramsey said. Quot we feel that it will Enuse less inconvenience to Cut the water off today because Many businesses in the area arc closed sunday Quot Ramsey said. Ramsey said water would be turned Back on about 2 30 this afternoon if everything went All right. J president Truman when the sos Sion starts monday. Hut they do expect messages quickly on individual matters. 1 Pentagon officials have indicated that Congress will get a request for perhaps an additional Sio billion to build up americans military might. That would be on to of the $25 billion already a prop riffed Lei the fiscal year Winch started last july i. Most of any new Money would go to increase the armed forces to 3 million men. Congress is regarded As Likely in push that request through speedily Iii the interest of blocking communist aggression in Korea and in j other places it might crop up. An expected request for More Money to expand the atomic weapons pro Gram also is slated for Clear sail-1 ing. Yugoslavia there probably will be More argument on emergency Aid for one i drought stricken Yugoslavia. Indications Are the administration will ask for about $85 million for Yugoslavia Malik erects chinese reds ii,?�.?,. Call ii already has said he win of. Pose such Aid unless help is Forth who did not seek re Chw Triou but remain until the end of their terms. At the Short session there will be to lame Duck senators and 32 representatives who lost their bids for new terms. An almost equal number of House members who did not seek re election Are eligible to be on hand too. No message congressional leaders Are looking for no general message from coming for the chinese nationalists. The prospects Are however that Tito will get some assistance. The tax picture is full of uncertainty. Or. Truman has asked for $4 billion in additional Revenue through enactment of an excess profits tax. The House ways and Means committee is at work on such a Bill and expects to have it before the House Early next month proof of legality of Duval vote lists with that county Seagoville tex., nov. 25. Of making reports to hear contests a tossing out Duval county s votes a and other matters pertaining to in a state canvass of a District judge race shifted the Burden of. He said Power should also a the head of the chinese communist delegation. We Hsiu Chuan right is greeted by russians Jacob Malik left As the chinese arrive at Idlewild. New York from London. In the Center background is Julius Katz Suchy. Head of the polish u. N. Delegation. The chinese communist delegation is Here for talks at the United nations Security Council in connection with the korean War. Proving their legality Back to the county Secretary of state John Hen Shepperd declared. A for the first time it will enable the people of Texas to get Thi thing on the table and get a Chance to take a fair look at he said in a speech at a Barbecue at the of. R Gibson products company last night Shepperd wednesday refused to count the lopsided Duval county write in vote for a .1 Vale Tot 79th District judge. Vale told stat officials charged with making the state canvass he did not want the office. Throwing out Duval county s votes kept in office incumbent judge Sam g. Reams who had won a wide majority in the District s other three counties. Unchallenged a vacillating turning of Heads winking and hiding under and be Hind Legal technical Litas by past ree clients and future aspirants of Duval county a gratuities have in the past allowed and will continue to allow the situation to exist unchallenged Quot Shepperd said. He advised however against giving the Power of voiding votes cast in an election to the Secretary of state one individual. Rather he said this Power should be vested in either the existing election Board or a newly created one a should be Given quasi judicial pow it s to prescribe rules and regulations in conducting elections and Given the Board or the att Ruev general to investigate suspected irregularities and to investigate qualifications of persons to pay of hold poll taxes or vote subterfuges Shepperd said he could have be it three Legal subterfuges in the Duva county canvass hut decided on the action he took because it would i Quot move the playing Field to Austin for any election contest. Quot election contests in the past that have been held in Duval Colin to have not amounted to anything because the Powers that be hav it been calling the signals a he Aid the Legal subterfuges lie Sai it could have been used were them 1. All votes could have been count cd and Vale declared the Winner Vales withdrawal could thou a noted and reams certified As elect cd 2. All votes could have been counted and Vale declared the Winner. With no certificate of election issued because of Vales withdrawal reams could then continue to serve under provision of the Law which says an official shall con untie to serve until his successor a qualified. 3. Vale could have been declared the Winner his withdraws1 recognized and gov. Shivers left to re appoint judge reams or some one a a i of weather exploded the wind Marathon and bitter cold Satoris that caused at Lea to 72 death. Larue area reeled under their ors weather whipping in years. Smothering Snow paralysed in indu trial Center in Ohio and Vestern Pennsylvania with a forecast of no Early setup the Eastern scattered was pounded for More than 12 hour by Hurricane Force wind damage ran into the Mil lion bitter cold and Blu Tery Snow spread deep into the South deaths heavy the death came from a variety a i cause attributed directly and indirectly to the weather this is the breakdown by states Pennsylvania 13. New Jersey 15. Michigan 12. Ohio 8 new York 7, Kentucky 6. Illinois 3 Maryland 2, South Carolina 2. Connecticut % my West Virginia 2. The Eastern storm with winds ranging up to 108 mile an hour raged from 5 30 a m. Est to a no . Before tapering Oft. The w Cath r Bureau Aid saturday Light that i full Force was spent. But not the raging snowstorm to the appalachian Ana. No Loup a Soreca to there until sunday. The storm along the Eastern Seaboard a the worst since the 193$ Hurricane. The wind lore a lath of destruction from Virginia o new England. \ huge my propelled tide mashed Beach Home a mile in and on new York s Staten Island More iban i we families were evacuated from flooded East coast i Here areas. Worst in 37 years Iii to fact blizzard in 37 years lumped a paralysing Blanket of now co or the important Ohio in la trial centers of Cleveland Youngstown. Akron and Canton i Pittsburgh was mothered Inlet the heaviest continued snout tit in is history. Snow piled up a a depth of 22 inc Hes and More v As in Prospect. The u. S. Steel corp. Began closing its big Plant employing More than 50,000. The same storm dumped As much As 30 inches of Snow on parts of West Virginia More to come there was More to come. The Washington weather Bureau he used a special bulletin at 6 . St that irom six inches to a a got More now would fall in the now bound area saturday night my sunday. It forecast heavy Snow with Strong winds and even Drifting 11 Ohio Vve torn Pennsylvania West Virginia extreme Western Maryland. Ohio stat a police reported Snow already had drifted As High As 25 tet in nine a Lack in the Steuben Hie. Of. Area it was the same tory in All a tries buried under the Mountain is now drifts trolley taxi Bun into and airline transportation ame to a virtual halt. Trains were everal hour late. Some big detriment Tores did no to try to open. Kindreds of workers traded to York on foot but lao Sands of oth a stayed Home. Many newspaper Oul Dnn to distribute their saturday Bemoon editions. Into South bitter cold and blustery Snow Pread into the deep South. Fore a asters temperatures of 28 to 12 degrees probably would Pinch Miami and other Southern Florida Toi teds saturday night or Early Sun Lay. Mitchell n highest Poult ast of the Mississippi River had Reading of 19 below Zero. Much of the Midwest shivered in i sub Zero cold wave Tor the third Lay in a Row. The East coast storm washed a Way some aside Homes covered imports inundated railway lines my poured into some sections of new York City s subway. The howling winds ripped Ort roofs flattened Trees snapped pow 1 Sec 72 die Page 2 weather partly Ilu Udy uti unday and Wasj Rani Luud Honda lamp Rater changes St Kasi Tottas sunday partly Cloud a Armer iou Iwest. No i in to runt Chaa sonata to monday partly Cloudy a Quot nut re Rhay to. Mode rata ?,? a it la kiss

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