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Monday Evening, December 16, 1957. 10 KMIed m Auto Crashes By UNITED PRESS Two teen-agers and an Indianapolis couple were killed Sunday to boost Indiana's weekend traffic death toll to at least 10. The only multiple-death crash of the 54-hour weekend period claimed the lives of George Landis, 67. Indianapolis theater owner, and his wife, Lillian, 57. They we:re killed on Ind. 67 near Mooresville when their automobile skidded on ice into the path of a pickup truck' driven by Kenneth Deem, 44, Mooresville. Also killed Sunday were Roberta Carine Cooper, 19, Evansville, an Indiana University coed, and James Burkhart, Cutler, 17. Miss Cooper was injured fatally when an automobile in which she •was riding hit a Culvert on Ind. 43 near Crawfordsville. She died a few hours later. Burkhart was killcu when his automobile went off Ind. 18 in Carroll County Sunday night and hit a log and a tree. Jethroe Greider, 85, Cromwell, also died Sunday from crash injuries. He was injured Saturday night when his car was hit broadside at an intersection of Ind. 8 and a county road one mile southeast of Cromwell. State police cited the driver of the other car, Scott Rider. 58, Larwil!, for failure lo yield the right-of-way. Authorities said Rider went through « stop sign. Lance Hosteller, 16, LaGrange, was dead on arrival at LaGrange County Hospital Saturday night after his car rammed a tree along a LaGrange County road. Phillip E. Hartford, °.0, ALirora, was killed Saturday on Ind. 56 near Rising Sun when his car went out of control and hit a tree. . The body of Robert Lee Brang, Jasper, was found early Saturday in the wreckage of h's car along Ind. 56 near his home town. Morris W. Trinkle, .'.', 'Ca;np- bellsburg, a commercial airline pilot, was killed Friday night in a two-car crasli on U.S. 27 four miles north of Portland. Also Friday night, a car-truck crash on Ind. 67 near Evansville killed Mrs. Eldora Henderson, 70, Wabash. 1957 CORN CROP HARVEST REPORT (Band on tjtimotci from DcKalb's Crop and Wcathtr ObJiirytrj) Eight Born on Friday, 13th Eight babies were born' in Logansport hospitals on Friday the J3th, including twin daughters to Mr. and Mrs. John Herron, 840 Helm''street, in St. Joseph's hospital. Other births at St. Joseph's included sons to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ingram, route 1, Kewanna; Mr, and Mrs.. Frank Yard, 418 West Melbourne avenue; Mr, and Mrs. JDeyoe Sheetz, route 2, Camden; and Mr. .and Mrs. Ronald Leazenby, route 2, Star City. At Memorial hospital, a son was irn to Mr. and Mrs. Claudo Daw- 'ii, Camden, and lo Mr. and Mrs. enneth Robertson. Peru. EXCELLENT GOOD AVERAGE The best corn prospects this year are in the Western Corn Belt where Nebraska and" Iowa have much higher yields than last year. Northern Illinois lias an excellent crop, but ppj pnnp south and cast from there, wet weather delayed planting and hurt yields, New York has "H ruun one o£ its best crops in several years. The East Coast was hurt by a prolonged summer :•-•:•: „.. MD _ drouth and Illinois, Minnesota and Indiana river bottoms had much drowned out corn. $•$; rAILUKfa r-ianaw—/ • <r^ i «_i AVALANCHES HIT ALPS SIGN, Switzerland (UP)—Officials here said today the Alpine villages of Saas-Almagell, Binn and Zwishbergen have been so- lated by avalanches since the middle of last week. The officials said the villages werewell stocked with supplies and glacier pilots would fly in more as soon as weather permitted. 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The officer charged Lohning got ut of the car in which he was r:d- ig when the vehicle stopped for a ed light at Third and East Maret streets and placed the soft rink boltle in the street. egin to Select ury for Slaying rial at Lebanon LEBANON (UP)—The second ial of Mrs. Elizabeth Sullivan, dianapciis charged with man- aughtcr in the knife slaying of er newspaperman husband, tened in Boone Circuit Court to- ay with selection of a jury. The case was venued from arion County after Mrs. SulHvan ppealed her 2-21 year sentence llowing her conviction more than vo years ago in the stabbing of er husband, Julian. Sullivan, Sunday editor of the dianapoiis Star, was stabbed in e couple's home Dec. 23, 1954, llowing a Christmas party. Mrs. Sullivan was granted a ew trial by the Indiana Supreme ourt, which ruled judge Scott A. cDonald failed to instruct ithe ry properly. The second trial will be heard I Boone Circuit Judge Charles F. lompson. Quiz Father and Mother in Death Of Daughter SALEM COP)—A couple with an autopsy in which showed their 13-mon!,h-old daughter died of a blow on the head "caused by blunt force." Paul Patton, 33, and his wife, Mary Louise, 31, were arrested and jailed Saturday on a preliminary manslaughter charge after an autopsy wa? performed on their daughter, Mary Irene. The autopsy also revealed other Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thre« injuries "one to several da> old." The injuries included burns, leg cuts fractured arm and broken Police Arrest Driver After One-Car Crash ™- arre.tec, a d,,ve, The I'attons have a three-year- ing a one-car accident at i: • old boy and three other children a. m. Sunday on First street, just who are wards of a court Columbus. PET FIGHT HAZARDOUS SEYMOUR (UPi—A fight between a pet goat and a pet dog injured their master Saturday night. John Mcrlntyre, 43, Seymour, was gored trying to separate his pots. 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