Langsenkamp 17 year old death

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Schofner) M7 W yf , If; i 1 COMFORTS GRIEVING MOTHER-Grief-stricken MOTHER-Grief-stricken MOTHER-Grief-stricken MOTHER-Grief-stricken MOTHER-Grief-stricken Mrs. Frank Langesenkamp clasps her arms around her son, 17-year-old 17-year-old 17-year-old 17-year-old 17-year-old Charles Henricks, while both weep over the sudden death of Thomas Edward Langsenkamp, stepbrother of young Henricks. (Star Photo) Brutally Battered Body Found In 'Wino Jungle' Picture On Page 1. Detectives last night were seeking the killer of a man whose brutally beaten, slashed and trampled body was found in a "eed-choked "eed-choked "eed-choked "wino jungle" along a near North Side alley. It vas the city's fifth murderand murderand third unsolved slaying within a week. Pnlire identified the victim as IV ' 'if : . V .; I ,-. ,-. ,-. r -i -i -i -i j feet away, at the end of a trial I of crumpled weeds, i Detective Sgts. Forrest. Mc- Mc- Keighan and Frank Lotz said I blood stains on the grass where 1 Thomerson's coat lay indicated that, he had been slugged and dragged toward the well. BLOOD MATTED the victim's hair and was smeared on his bruised, swollen face. The slayer Youth Dies As Car Hits Fallen. Tree 63-MPHWind 63-MPHWind 63-MPHWind Whips Tons Of DuM; 2,000 Users Without Power Blinded by rain at the height of a violent city-wide city-wide city-wide electrical storm yesterday, 17-year-old 17-year-old 17-year-old 17-year-old 17-year-old Thomas E. Langsenkamp, son of a socially-prominent socially-prominent socially-prominent family, wai killed Instantly as his natty for eign roadster skidded into a tree felled by lightning only momenta before he crash. The 'youth's stepbrother, Charles Henricks, 17, who was driving the car, was injured as it plunged among the heavy limbs of the fallen tree at Kessler Boulevard and Rosslyn Avenue. ALSO 111'BT In the itorm was Donald Clark, 29, 737 East 32d Street, who was struck by light nlng ax he sought shelter be-neath be-neath be-neath a tree at ttie Boulevard Place entrance to Crown Hill Cemetery. He was released from Methodist Hospital after treatment treatment for minor burns. The Langsenkamp boy wag th son of Frank S. Langsenkamp, vice-president vice-president vice-president of the F. H. Langsenkamp Company. A senior at Broad Ripple High School, h made his home with his mother, Mr a. Dorothy Langsenkamp, 3055 North Meridian Street. Young Henricks, also a senior at Broad Ripple Is the son of Mn. Frank S. Langsenkamp, 33 East 55th Street, stepmother of the dead boy. Henricks luffered only minor Injuries but was still in a state of shock last night In St. Vincent's Hospital. The Langsenkamp boy'i death was caused by a skull fracture. Police pieced together this ver lion of the accident. langsenkamp and the Hen-rleka Hen-rleka Hen-rleka youths were driving the fire-engine-red fire-engine-red fire-engine-red fire-engine-red fire-engine-red MG west on Kc-aler Kc-aler Kc-aler Boulevard In the blinding rain, according to two witnesses, Donald Bell, 56th and Haverford Avenue and Wilfred Padgett, 2911 Fast 57th Street. Bell and Padgett had stopped their car at the south aide of Kessler and Rosslyn Avenue because of the rain. They were seated in the car when lightning struck a huge oak tree causing It to fall completely across KesslT. THE TWO WITNESSES said the youths' sports car appt jached the intersection at slow sneed. The top of the roadster was down. They said Henricks ap parently was Winded by the rain and didn't see the fallen oak. He slammed on the brakes at the last minute and the car skid-ded skid-ded skid-ded around and under a branch which struck both boys on th head. Bell and Padgett went to a nearby house and phoned police. police. Hendricks, who suffered shock, possible back injuries and head lacerations, was reported in fair condition last night. Police said young Henricks stood dazed in a nearby yard until his mother, Mrs. Fran Langsenkamp, stepmother of the victim, arrived. The son and mother embraced before the boy was taken away. Mrs. Langsenkamp was beside herself with grief about young Langsenkamp. She sobbed: "Oh, my God Almighty, he's been such a good boy all his life. He was chaplain In DeMolay. Why did this happen to the boys?" Mrs. Langsenkamp said the two youths had gone to Broad Ripple High School earlier in the afternoon to get an ROTC as-signment. as-signment. as-signment. Later, she said, they had gone for a picnic, and apparently apparently they were returning from the picnic when the accident accident happened. The Langsenkamp boy was given the last rites of the Catholic Catholic Church by Father Joseph Koster who was passing by. His mother, Mrs. Dorothy Langsen- Langsen- Reports circulated throughout Indianapolis that a tornado had

Clipped from The Indianapolis Star02 Oct 1952, ThuPage 1

The Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, Indiana)02 Oct 1952, ThuPage 1
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