compared with C20 at this lime last year. The latest Victims: Mary L, Hays, 62, Rockford, 111. .1. Coody Franklin, -f2, Wcwo- ka. Mrs. Laura Smith, 78, Henry- ctta. Mrs. Ben Durall, Henryetta. The Rev. O. W. Webb, 45, Tulsa. Tulsa. Mrs. Hays died today of injuries received yesterday when a car in which she was riding and another collided one mile west of Bridgeport Bridgeport on U. S. Highway GO in Caddo county. Wewoka police said Franklin apparently apparently fell asleep at the wheel of his auto 5',-i miles north of Wewoka Wewoka on Stato Highway 56. The car veered out of control and over an embankment after striking a bridge abutment. Maye Hightowcr, 32, a woman riding in Franklin's car, was seriously injured and hospitalized hospitalized at Wewoka. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Durall were killed in a collision at the intersection intersection of I . S. Highway 26G and a Mclntosh county read near Hich- ita last night. . Four others were injured seriously. Webb, a Tulsa evangelist, died when his ci»r crashed into an underpass underpass abutment on the Turner turnpike near Bristow. It was the third death on the turnpike since it opened May IB. There were two earlier holiday deaths Wednesday night. Harry Hughes, '52, Colcord, and Junior! D. Jackson, ,'!4-year-old Tulsa fireman, were fatally injured in a collision, a. rnjle : ; west..,..of. teach in Delaware county.