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:,, ..^rrrrr*rt wWFimv. vt 'V'^^T^ **r * W" 1 §$ t l'W f ? f ffi it ! J -'PT" J ' m * · '!. i '' . . j . . . ' iM ll ^^* tl "L)m*-i*!n'tli" J ^Ifti ' **"' ' * **'*' 1-^'l*« J 4^^«*i*~»******'**···**'"ii«"4««»^l* Baldwinsville Youth Dies-- g ^... ; , ? ... r .,. : . r ^.^.-^ ?g ^,..-...;........ : , r , ; .. 1 '^t-l - ^ i " · · · - - * r · h 1 ^ -· k --* · li^^l t - - - · " ^-H"*"^-^^* I I *|gl Mi I t Itm t~t M j Ij l.lj^l.ll a.^ i Concluded from Preceding Page:censed operation and imprudent'bail and is scheduled to S( J 'speed. Arraigned before Townjpear before Justice Findle :Wcdncs ski's mother-in-law was partially partially pinned in the car by her arm, he said. The car was demolished. demolished. Assisting Kuss in the investigation investigation were Troopers R. L. Far- of Geddes Peace Justice Vernon Schmidt, he pleaded guilty to both charges and was fined $10 and S40 respectively on the counts. Sgt. Anthony Vaileriani as- rinoton and K. L. Bohanan. all sisted '" | he investigation. Solvay Solvay Police directed traffic around the accident scene. One man was injured Satur- of the Thruway station. A Syracuse man was reported in fair condition in Auburn Me- Hospital yesterday aft- apparently fell out of morrow, state police said. Smith allegedly stopped his': R o car on the main driving lane; 3 .; 111 of the Thruway about 3:15 a.m. Saturday, Trooper Edward A. Pokorny said. A second car, driven by Stanley Stanley M. Gawel, 32, of Buffalo, struck the rear of the Smith car, troopers said. Miss Car- . v " J , 7, , nlvn Winter 28 of Toronto niormng when he fell asleep ° iy " V ' , - ? loronio, at the wheel of his car on Route House Lady member Society f r e a r seal of Callahan a Lady Jay Haighl. 22, of 317 Clarendon, Clarendon, St., was in the intensive care unit at Auburn with a possible possible brain concussion and multiple multiple body contusions. He apparently apparently fell from the rear seat of a vehicle operated by J o h n Ventre, 22, of 5005 Elgin Dr., Saturday night in the Town of Skanealeles, state police said. Trooper E, F. Caypless investigated. investigated. A 42-year-old woman suffered minor injuries early yesterday when the car in which she was riding skidded 75 feet on Route 5 near S. Orchard Road, Town of Geddes, and struck a guard post and tree, deputies said. Patricia Evans of 1912 W. Genesee St. was taken to Memorial Memorial Hospital where she was treated for a facial cut and was discharged. She was a passenger passenger in a vehicle driven by Douglas M. Lillico, 63, of Niagara Niagara Falls, Ont. Deputy Carl McDonald ticketed ticketed Lillico on charges of unli- 5 in Elbridgc. Joseph Peluso, 22, of 3 Pcr- Ont., driving a third car, crash- ing ed into the back of the Gawel car. . , Gawel and Edwin Grzankow- * t , '" l "i 3 e " ski, 23, of Buffalo, a passenger east on Route o at 6 a.m. |n f h e Qawel werc treated when he fell asleep, Trooper Ronald Veri of the Liverpool substation said. Peluso Jost control of his car and the vehicle swerved off the left side of the- road, smashing into a utility pole, troopers said. He was listed in fair condition condition at Auburn Memorial Hospital Hospital with face and head injuries. injuries. Charges of driving while intoxicated intoxicated were brought against a Verona man, after he allegedly allegedly stopped in the middle of the Thruway near the Liverpool interchange interchange Saturday morning, causing a three-car collision, police said. George A. Smith of Route 31, Verona, pleaded innocent to the charge and an additional count of stopping on the Thruway when arraigned before Town of DeWitt Police Justice E. L e e Pindle. at St. Joseph's Hospital and released. The pair were on their way to Camp Drum for Army reserve training. The Brown youth was a at Baker High School, Baldwins- vine. Born Aug. 17, 1947, in Fulton, he worked at the Bee Co, in Baldwinsville. Surviving are his parents, and Mrs. Kenneth Brown; a sister, Mrs. John Clark of Baldwinsville; Baldwinsville; his paternal grandmother, grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Brown of Moravia, and several aunts and uncles. Services will be at 2 p. m. tomorrow at Hopkins Funeral Home, 1009 Main St., Phoenix, the Rev. Bruce Hill, pastor of Grace Episcopal Chp.vch, Baldwinsville, Baldwinsville, officiafirg. Burial will be in Pine Plains Cemetery, Clay. Fnends may call 2 to 4 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Smith is being held on $l,500 : home.

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  1. The Post-Standard,
  2. 16 Aug 1965, Mon,
  3. Page 11

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