Terhune's Jean killed by auto.
Famous Dog Is Prize Collie, Made Famous By Albert Payson Terhune, Is Killed By Machine Machine f intematlunal Sf.vs Service) POMFTON LAKES, N. J., Aug. 30-Sunnybank 30-Sunnybank 30-Sunnybank Jean is dead. To many, who ordinarily wouldn't know a Pomeranian from an Irisl: wolfhound, that name meant some-thins some-thins some-thins today. Sunnvbank Jean was the nrise Col lie that Albert Payson Terhune made famous in his magaslnc stories, read oy i-nousanos. i-nousanos. i-nousanos. Ironically enough, it was that vero tame that led to Sunnybank Jean's death. Mr. and Mrs. Caleb H. Norris of Detroit, were among the many readers readers who admired Mr. TerhunE for his tales, arid when they came cast on their vacation in their' car they decided decided lo visit Terhune 's home rhey drove in at the main gate; nd were proceeding up the drive hen Sunnvbank Jean ran out in tthi path of their car and was killed. Terhune called a state trooper and had Norris aTrested on a charge of malicious mischief. Norris settled later, out of court, for $100, which Terhune promptly turned over to the iocal police and firemen's fund. "I am getting sick of having my Dlace made into a triooer's oaradise" Terhune explained. "Every day hun- hun- areas oi peopie come to my nouse to see the dogs. Despite my "no tres passing" signs, I have counted as many as tmrt-y tmrt-y tmrt-y live cars on my iront lawn, ana despite a sign reading "Please drive slowly" they tear down the driveway, of ten injuring the dogs The -Norris -Norris car skidded twelve lest, before it could stop, and only the ; day another of my dogs was