Harry E. Wynder, 82 killed in an auto crash
Deaths in Utah VICTIMS A heavy snowstorm combined with automotive vehicles to cause the deaths of Harry E. Wynder, 82, and Russell Worltor., 19, pedestrians. pedestrians. Mr. Wynder ditu JYom injuries injuries suffered when struck by an automobile driven by Robert Sander, In the south of'thu city; Mr. Worlton was struck nenr Bountiful by n state truck driven by James Manning. A railroad crowing collision proved fatal (o Elwood Theodore Dean. 20, of American Fork, W'MUM: rar w.i.= demolished w!ir>n it collided collided with a fast friesht near Lchi. DELtBY High blood pressure and a kidney kidney ailment wore fatal to Gcnrgc P. Dehiry, 56, prominent railroad Inbor organizer in Utah, general chairman of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers here, engineer engineer for the O. S. L. for 20 years. Until his recent i!lnes=. he had resided in Pocalello during the past year. n RE R ETON' To asthma succumbed Rich.irrt Walter Brcretcn. 75, retired Provo banker and prominent livestock IIMM. A uioiitei' of ifinfi, he was active in developing Utah county fruit farms.