Sammie Cassidy

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Sammie Cassidy - •• ., .... General Traffic accidents in the...
•• ., .... General Traffic accidents in the Baytown Mded with Aguilar% was uniniur- re* Sunday left five persons hos- «i "* UJU1 J ur its Accidents Hurt Nine People Over Weekend . pitalized and four in serious con- Frank Marion, «„ 17, lost control "he is pretty sore and sick." of her car and it overturned. Her car struck another car and a truck »•»»parked In front of a dinner club on ijvlf A Highway 146 near Cedar Bayou if 11C stream. Miss Kathryn Walker, 16, daughter of Mrs. Robert Landwehr of Garth Road, was the most seriously hurt. She suffered internal injuries, a back injury and was badly -bruised. Via Sammie Cassidy ie who Mrs. Anna Faulkner's lives witn her sister, Mrs. James r,-. T D T ; •• P. Masse on. North Main Street, ^''65 IO Be lomorfOW suffered a back injury and body •,,.__ .. . ._, ., braises. Miss Weatherly has nead .?? S '^ 4jl 2? '£• Faulkner, 4S. wife in Highlands Satur- returned home from the said today Police Of ficer Dies In Baytown Hospital is tee is rne Mr Air. Of B. Faulkner, a veteran "ot- ' «=»•«»" "i the car the girls rtien it flipped over as It iff the highway into the parking jpace at the night club Weatherly was thrown out of ^0^0^ she had been under treatment for the past two weeks. Sirs. Faulkner was a native of Boston, Massachusetts, and lived '- '"-— Orleans until 1937 when she moved to of the truck and car which were Society struck by Miss Weatherly's automobile, were the first to reach the scene and pulled the girls out of the car. Miss Weatherly, who had weeks Chand oth when her condition suddenly seemed to, be im- - , Proving and was able to talk with her husband and sons. Johnny and r -ambulance brought -the , T - . A Paul U. : I^ee Carl Thomas, when they r came to -wit' ^tri "™ U « Q V mjurea the hospital Sunday afternoon, Bris.toSanJacintoaiemonal.HdB- friends said. She died suddenly hour " after thei«- : visit nour aiicr tnei. yisiv. pitaS. 'Ac entire about - Pat AguUatv 29,, of Baytown, ^Tot Houston"; i^d"a". niece,"ilrs. war.his mother, Mrs. Carlotta Ru3se n Gordon -«f Beaton Harbor, Agadar, 53, are in critical condi- Michigan. - ' hon at San Jacinto Memorial Hos- A rosary win be recited at pJtat His wife, Anita, and his 15- Earthman Chapel at 8-pm. todav. ffiosth-old son, Gilbert, and his Funeral services will be held at sister, : SIiss Lilly Aguilar, are re- 9 a.m. Tuesday at St Joseph's wvenng from body bruises. Catholic Church with Rev. Dennis icratcnes and bruises. They are Kennedy, pastor, officiating. Johns sader ireatmeKt at home. The five Pallbearers wHl be B. J. Antle, «jre Brought ^to the hospital fay Dr. J. A. Zielinski, Louis C. Kess- •""""" ~ " T ~ " ler, Melvin Cochran, Thomas tarthman ambulance. _ ; • JCA, .l^c^tv^u \~i\J\iUl ^.LL, A UUIUtUi ,i J^, mp s> ^ of Hi & h - Brundrett, Dan Holland, H. E. was, driver of the car which col- McKee and George Scott. give

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  1. The Baytown Sun,
  2. 27 Mar 1950, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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