J.T. Manasco Nov. 15, 1952

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J.T. Manasco   Nov. 15, 1952 - Sailor Killed In Auto Crash On Kosforyz City's...
Sailor Killed In Auto Crash On Kosforyz City's Traffic Toll Climbs to 19; Pedestrian Struck A Navy chief petty officer was killed and a Corpus Christi man injured seriously in two accidents in the city early today. The death brought to 19 the number of persons killed in traffic accidents in the city this year. J. T. Manasco, 35, of Joplin, a chief aviation metalsmith attached to the Acceptance Training and Transfer Unit at NAS, was killed at 12:50 a.m. when his 1050 Ford sedan ran into a ditch on east side of Staples * Dr. ,, · ,, « sa.d the car was go.ng east (on iwstoi-yz. Alice ground. w a r d of here yes- the beside today, pap Aran Civi -II nav re wa witf ruck by Elias G. Garcia, 38, of 929 Post, ·as struck by a car at 12:10 a.m. hile crossing at South Port and uford. He was reported in fair ondition at Memorial Hospital rith a head injury and fractured eft leg. Manasco was pronounced deafl n arrival at Memorial Hospital, vhere he was taken by a Clifford ackson Funeral Home ambulance. The Navy listed his next of is sister, .Mrs. Vivian Richards oplin, Mo. His body is being at the U. S. Naval Hospital vord from the sister. Police said the car that struck Garcia was a 1951 Chevrolet sedan driven .by Ruben Lopez, 23, of Mohawk. It was going noitli on 'ort. Second Fatal Accident The death of Manasco , fol- owed by about one day a Jrat- :ic accident near the city in which .wo other Navy men were injured 'atally. Buddy Charles Munder, 17, stationed at the Kingsville Naval Auxiliary Air Station, and Walter Wilbur Mann, 28, attached to 101 at Cabaniss Field, died in a local hospital yesterday. They injured Thursday ,evening when their car overturned on Highway 44 one mile west of the city limits. The U. S. Naval Hospital e ed ''MVItMer'« sen to San Francisco today or tomor row for burial at Golden Gate National Cemetery. His next of kin is his mother, Mrs. Sarah Jane Hristich of. San Francisco. Mann's body is being held pending instructions from his mother, Mrs. Elnora Price of Haven,

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  1. The Corpus Christi Caller-Times,
  2. 15 Nov 1952, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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