1949 Inquiry Opened In Kelly's Death 15 Feb Syracuse Post P13
--_ where, will. 1 in As! may, 9 p m quiry Op lly's D ^^IJ* rrt . j, . district attorney's office yes- tr I f A y r f o v 4^-^L- ^^r A ^ ^i-- : * " . ; -- ' * _ - _ Kelly ^v.^ ceme- 4 V i V ^ H ^ J - Â» -- -- --Â· *j *Â·** K.jterday took over the investigation Uy i^ Circumstances surrounding the *^Â±^\ - j j . -, +-. , fatal accident early Sunday morning which took the life of Roy J. Kelly. 31-year-old steeplejack of 409 Harrison st., in Route 11, north of Syracuse. Kelly died at 6.55 al'm. yesterday in Onondaga General hospital f~- --. - Â· - _E^ A . 1 Â· Â·Â·* at the a fractured skull, according tc j Coroner Harry ~ ?-'?Â·/=' Poland/*,!'" Â»' ="~"~- "J iner and that several would be called in the she! 3 4 ' . . member of imnrooer h^Hli be closed. Cantor added that a previous charge of improper headlights had ueen cnangea to lack of a rear riewTJmi r*? r - Previ Â°usly Deputies roId Gnebno and John Check- Stan;Osk y\ who investigated the accident i f PÂ°rted that Miller had been driv- An-! "* on low beam headlights and the lights would not switch to and! S h beam. When his truck hit Kelly, Miller Â» ' * - f c W i i * , / , A T A i i l ^ L jwas being clocked at 42 to 43 an hour speed by the two deputies, -- i ^ _ i i Â« - ^ _ _ * * had checked his speed for a in!mile before the accident, were Kel]y is survived by his wife Â· ^ Uoe ine 1(?Ac-r E - l - ^ -*^*. j 0 *3UA. V I V U U tjy J l l S W l i C Mary C. Kelly; his mother'|b Mrs. Bertha M. Kelly* two c pastor Mrs. E - - - - wsiera Mk Massey The at" the" homeland 9.30 a. m. in St. Marv's chnr ^arys cftur ia h*Â» DC ". --fv-i n j a JLÂ»A. j x t r t i v , L\VO sisipr^ ) -Â»--"--Jo m ?J- Evelyn Litezia '" ^ *- - - v- vÂ» v I Y in St. Mary's church.(the Eurial will be announced later.