Clipped From Wellsville Daily Reporter
Weekend Traffic Accidents Claim Lives of 10 Persons ALBANY, N. Y. (AP)—Traffic | Williams ville —^ John Wittmann, accidents in New York State claimed 10 lives over the weekend. Two persons perished in fires. No deaths were reported in other accidents between 6 p. m. Friday and midnight Sunday. Two young men died in one automobile collision at Northvilie Friday night. They were Charles Durkin, 24, and John Gray, 21, both of Norlhville. Other accidental ' deaths, by community: . Rochester — Rose Anthony, 55, struck by a car Friday. New York—Nicholas Simonetti, 46, Yonkers, his car struck a concrete lane-divider on the Deegan Expressway Friday, Roslyn—Theodore Veach, 19, a Navy airman from Elmont, car in which he was riding struck a utility pole Saturday. Sherburne — Miss Carol Clark, 23, a teacher at Norwich Central School, car in which she was riding struck a utility pole Saturday. Baldwins ville—Mrs. Martha E. Staub, 67, Syracuse, two-car crash Saturday in rain and fog. North Amityville—Edward McGuirk, 62, in a fire that destroyed his trailer home Saturday. New York—Lois Dickstejn, 17, Atlantic Beach, car-bus collision in Far Rockaway section of Queens Sunday. Newark — Benjamin Jelomono 17, Lyons, died Sunday of injuries suffered Saturday in a car .crash 67, a semi-invalid, cigarette apparently ignited his clothing Sunday. New York—William Barlow, 68, Brooklyn, struck by an automobile Saturday. Lions 7 Night Roaring Keeping Town Awake FAIR LAWN, N.J. (AP)—Residents of a neighborhood normally pleasant in this suburban community are being kept up late nights by a frightening sound— the roaring of 11 caged and full- grown lions. The lions are being kept in a warehouse until their appearance on a television program in New York this week. They were brought here from California by their trainer, Chet Juszyk, who got permission from the Ideal board of health to keep the lions here. "Those roars mean they're hungry — and that's what worries me," said one neighbor of the lions. BISHOP OF WHEELING HUNTINGTON, W. Va. (AP) — The Most Rev. Thomas J. McDonnell, 66, co-adjustor bis'.iop of Wheeling, W.Va., Roman Catholic diocese, died Saturday of an acute virus infection.