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 - Trailic Takes More Lives caretaker By THE...
Trailic Takes More Lives caretaker By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Four persons died in Minne a collision east of St. Cloud The deaths raised the state' 1965 traffic toll to 137, com pared with 167 through this dat last year. Mrs. Shirley Crowe, 30, New Brighton, and Mrs. Theodore Slauffenccker Sr., 51, Babbitt, Minn., died in the crash Saturday near St. Cloud, at the intersection of Highway 95 and a county road. The cars were driven by Mrs. Crowe's husband, Donald, and Mrs. Slauffeneckcr's son, Theo dore Jr. Five persons were injured in rive persons were IIUUITO n | , he crash They wcrc Theodore c l 4«.,f/onnntmv CT- • Tiinnlhv 1hf> Jtauffcnecker Sr.-, Timothy, the younger Stauffeneckers' son; Stauffenecker Jr.; his wife, and the Crowes 3-year-old daughter, Tracy. George Aussey, 17, Chisago City, was killed Sunday when the car driven by his older brother, John, crashed off a Chisago County road and hit a power pole. John, who was home on leave from the Navy, was hospitalized with undetermined injuries. Michael Bahr, 26, rural Bemidji, was killed Saturday. His car went out of control on icy Bemidji street and hit a utility pole. T

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  1. The Daily Journal,
  2. 05 Apr 1965, Mon,
  3. Page 13

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