F. Kruncos car accident Aug 1954

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F. Kruncos car accident Aug 1954 - LeRoy Kintop Dies In Traffic Accident Drowns...
LeRoy Kintop Dies In Traffic Accident Drowns When Car Rolls Info River; Kruncos Injured Oneida County marked up its fifth traffic fatality of 1954 today as a result of an automobile accident accident on Trails End Road, one^half mile off County Trunk W. Dead Is LeRoy Kintop, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kintop, Rte. 1. Kinlop was a passenger in an automobile ' driven by Francis Kroncos, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kruncos, Rte. 1. Deputy Sheriflf William Ob^rg reported that the automobile left the road in an attempt to round a curve. He said it traveled 40 paces on the left shoulder and rolled over into the Wisconsin .River. Kintop was pinned beneath the car and drowned. drowned. Efforts to revive the lad through artificial respiration lail- cd. Kruncos was taken to St. Mary's Hospital where he is being treated treated for contusions and body bruises. Kintop Was born in Milwaukee on Jan. 31, 1933. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kintop. Rte. 1 (town of Newbold); three brothers, Jerome of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Richard and John, Jr., at home, and 'four sisters, Georginc. Diane and Susan at home and Dc- lorcs of Milwaukee. Funeral services will be held at 9:15 a. m. Monday, Aug. 23, in St. Mary's Catholic Church, the Rev. Fr. Arthur F. Shank officiating. Interment Interment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Cemetery. The body will be in the Hildebrand Hildebrand Funeral Home after 3 p. m. Saturday. There'will be a rosary rosary in the funeral home at 7 p. m. Sunday. Three Hurt in City. Another serious accident, which injured three persons, occurred at 9:35 Thursday evening, .on North Stevens St. An automobile, owned and driven by Frank Mazalis, Rte. 1, ran into a parked dump truck, owned by the Drott Manufacturing Company of Milwaukee. Injured were Mr. and Mrs. Mazalis Mazalis and Barbara Coleman, 16, Mrs. Mazalis' sister. Frank Mazalis Mazalis suffered bruises but was not admitted admitted to St. Mary's Hospital. Mrs. Mazalis and Miss 'Coleman were admitted to the hospital. Both are being treated for multiple contusions contusions to the legs. It was reported by officers Gunnar Gunnar Bernsteen, Jr. and Walter Rousseau of the city police department department that Mazalis was driving •south on Stevens St. He told the officers that he saw a car approaching approaching and moved over to give it room, colliding with the parked truck. Damage to the Mazalis car was total, the officers said, and the truck was damaged to the estimated estimated extent of $50. TO WED MATHEWS— Miss Virjean Virjean Lauby (above), 20, of Marshfield, Marshfield, Wis., will wed Eddi e Mathews, Mathews, 22-year-old home run hero of the Milwaukee Braves in October, October, Eddie's mother announced in Santa' Barbara, Calif.—(AP Wire- photo). Thrill Killers Shaken at Sight Of Victim's Corpse NEW YORK (ffl — Brooklyn's four thrill-killing teen-agers, once boaslful aboul their deeds of violence, violence, turned sick and shaken fiom •the sight of one of their hapless victims. The "fun"- v was over for Jack Koslow, 18-year-old leader of the brutal foursome. He wept when confronted yesterday with the battered, battered, water-soaked body of a Negro Negro victim and told 'detectives; *"I feel sick." It was Koslow who two days earlier had allegedly given police details of this slaying and other savage attacks of the night before. Al that lime he told them: "Last night was a supreme ad- ventiure for me." One by one the four youlhs were broughl onto a Brooklyn waterfront waterfront pier to identify Ihe body of Willard Menter, 34, who ran afoul of his killers in a Brooklyn park Monday night Police knew nothing of the slaying slaying until after the four youlhs were arresled early Tuesday on an as- saull complaint and told of bealing a man, burning his feel wilh cig- areltes and throwing him into Ihe Easl River. Police began dragging Ihe river and yeslerday recovered Ihe body. An autopsy showed he drowned. ,, ' Koslow, lean and muslached, was Ihe first to be shown the bruised and bloated figure stretched out on the pier. He

Clipped from The Rhinelander Daily News20 Aug 1954, FriPage 1

The Rhinelander Daily News (Rhinelander, Wisconsin)20 Aug 1954, FriPage 1
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