Clipped From The Lawton Constitution
h i t a 2 Injured n Mishaps Traffic accidents here Sunday resulted in injuries to two persons, city police reported today. Traffice Officer Frank G. Williams said Mrs. Lolita 61, of 709 Dearborn, was lo Memorial Hospital about 11:20 a.m. Sunday for treatment of injuries received in a car mishap at Fort Sill Blvd. and Bessie. Williams said the victim a passenger in a 1963 Chevrolet driven north on Fort Sill by Lon Smith, 66, of 709 Dearborn. The Smith auto crashed into the rear of a 1962 Chevrolet sedan operated by Larry Bragg. 23, of 1110 Andrews, had been traveling north when he stopped for traffic, the accident report indicated. Traffic Officer Darrell Routh said Helen Adrian, 28, of 214'/ 2 Bell, was taken to Southwestern Hospital about 4:48 p.m. for treatment of injuries received in a two-car collision Fourth and Park. Routh said the victim was passenger in a 3,960 Ford sta- tion wagon driven north Fourth by Luis H. Adrian, 53, of 214i/ 2 "Bell. The right front! u l? ir of the auto collided with the f l left front of a 1957 Plymouth driven west on Park by Virgil Hokeah. 37, of 1312 Park, reported.