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FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1953. Cars Crash Head-On Head-On Head-On Near Franklin at be, Ave- of( ! These cars met head-on head-on head-on at 645 p. m Thursday "When 17-year-old 17-year-old 17-year-old 17-year-old 17-year-old James R. Johnson, of Franklin, driving the 1952 Buick sedan, attempted to make a left turn on Route 8 at the Pone Lane Road intersection. He swung the car into the path of the northbound Chevrolet sedan occupied by four New Castle men. Johnson escaped injury, but the quartet from Lawrence County County was hospitalized with injuries. (News-Herald (News-Herald (News-Herald photo).' ' ' five-jyear stu- Four New Castle Men Injured in Route 8 Crash NEED MORE DOCTORS i results in "suffering and mental I FOR MENTALLY ILL i illness, alcoholism, juvenile delin- delin- i MILWAUKEE, Wis. (U.P.) quency crime, drug addiction, sui Three per cent of the nation's doc- doc- cide. murder and chronic malad Itors are taking :care of 5&-per,cent 5&-per,cent 5&-per,cent justments of all kinds. of the mental patients in the na- na- 'iions nospiiais, according to ur. i tc olric oof hair. Michael Kasak. medical director of v, ivr .i it- it- j tne county hospital for mental dis- dis- it Four npw i.astl mpn ufffirprl J . suit miinfnl iniurits whPn a"i7.voariH eaAes- eaAes- " admin- Franklin motoric w,,. ift intn! . He sai.d '111 PaU1nt.s '.n .. u.... . '" America S l.bUU.UUU hospital Oed: youth through a breach of promise are mentally ill. Only a small per- per- Kasak said faulure to achieve such integration and adaptation stu-;.-.,n stu-;.-.,n stu-;.-.,n stu-;.-.,n Ta T. ?.e" ae 01 doc,or specialize in the ari-! ari-! IT! V. ""r"-" ""r"-" ""r"-" f u ., """ field of mental health because they agn- a nor . bound automobile near,D1,bli(, dnp nnt arrpni thp : Avers' earaee at the Pone Lane :Pu 7- 7- . j accept the ps-! ps-! intersection chiatnst and psychologist. Kasak organiza-; organiza-; A'll four New Castle men were SaA v., - , - ;. . .V i ,, , : The public s orientation around i""'1,"""1" "" ",c A "'; oody ills must be changed,' he :er, James R. Johnson, 17. of 1438 said, -people -people must understand ! New Street, driving a 19o2 Buick that satisfactorv unternal Integra-Special, Integra-Special, Integra-Special, escaped injury. tion and SUCCessful adaptation to Ambulances rushed the injured environment leads to happiness." : iu rmuKiiii ni.'bpiicii : ' Patsy Frcbotta, 31, driver of the car, 538 Galbreath Avenue. New Castle. Contusions of both knees, possible chest injury. Jack Hitchen, 37. of 818 Allegheny Avenue, New Castle. Multiple ,r abrasions of the forehead and right! hand: puncture wounds of the scalp; possible fracture of right; wrist, contusions of the chest; lac- lac- eration of the mouth. - ! Fred W. Tanner, 43. of 816 Alle-! Alle-! Alle-! gheny Avenue. Possible fracture of back and head injuries. ! William Kuch. 27. of 1227 Cas-' Cas-' Cas-' cade Street, New Castle. Injuries! to left ankle and foot, abrasions to ; right hand, brush burns of the! right forearm and shoulder. j The accident was investigated byj Pvt. Edward Zakutney, of the State ! Police, who reported that the Johnson Johnson car was hurled back ten feet by the impact. The condition of all four men today today was reported at the hospital as ,"fair." The two cars were dam- dam- aged almost beyond repair. j 'DOESN'T COUNT tat a-s.THwi a-s.THwi a-s.THwi TONIGHT and SAT! ROBERT YOUNG JANIS CARTER JCK BUtra AND Your Hotel in Pittsburgh, Pa. is 400 outside rooms radio television circulating ice water air conditioning Reservations: Call ATlantic 1-6970 1-6970 1-6970 Knott Hotel Jos. F Ouddy, Mor m mix imbb (null UKMMStOTI - ZhmmSKOT SUNDAY and MON. Two Big Technicolor Features TUUXl.'t.j and awn rj :im JBmwW A Playground for The Children mmrn BOX OFFICE OPEN AT 8 P. M. FIRST SHOW AT 9:15 P.