Perish In State Holiday Accidents Good Morning The News .. .In Brief pORMER VENEZUELA President President Marcos Perez Jiminez spent Christmas By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Accidents had claimed at least nine lives -- including seven traffic victims--as the long Chi-islmas holiday weekend ncared its end in West Vireinia Tuc.s'duN With only a few hours remaining remaining in the Christmas tabulating period, the state's highway death toll stood at 418 for the year, compared compared with 365 on the same date a year ago. Harold Logan, ville, 38, of Chapman- was killed late Monday when his tractor veered off W.Va. 10 near Logan and rolled down a 40-foot embankment. Logan was the S t a t e Road Commission's chief mechanic in Logan County. The first fatality of the holiday period was George H. Baxter, of Flemington, who was struck a car on W.Va. 77 Saturday. A fire killed two children Saturday as they slept in their small frame house near Ireland in County. Steve Hyre, 7, and his sister Helen, 6, died in the blaze. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hyre, escaped with minor burns.