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Death Toll c ' ' C(1 .. w '"" th In State To 14 By The Associated Press. . Traffic and plane crashes accounted for eight of the 14 violent deaths nl Texas over the week end. A couple In a rented plane wero killed when their craft, crashed of the Brazos river light house tion near Frooport Sunday. A naval reserve flier died when his plane crashed Sunday near Dallas and a stunt filer was killed at Eagle Pass Saturday, Killed in the crash at Freeport were Marvin Grant, 25, Baytown, and Alice Carlene Fox, 17, of Houston. Stunt Flyer Herb Page, about 42, was killed when his plane crashed near the Eagle Pass airfield. Lfroy McClelland, naval reserve officer from Hcuston, died when his plane crashed on tho takeoff at the Dallas naval air station at Grand Prairie. Traffic victims included: Edward Condor, 63, Ennls, who died Saturday of fniuries received In an automobile collision Tuesday four miles south of Dallas. Robert Gale Tucker, Waco, a student at Baylor University was killed In un automobile collision five miles north of Waco Sunday morning. Benno Pfiester, about 56, was killed early Sunday at Frtderloks- 1 burg when struck by an automobile i in front of the court house. Earl Ponce, 20, of Austin, waa killed early Sunday when hit by I I an automobile on East Sixth street In Austin.