DECEMBER 16, 1932
In Auto Crash
One Died of Injuries Received
the Other Is Still In
Two young men from Graytown, _AE fred Butzjn, 20, and Donald Stick, 20, were injured Sunday night in Toledo, one fatally, when the' automobile in which they were riding skidded and. crashed into a freight train on the Ter-; minal Railroad at the Woodville street crossing. Both were taken to East!���Side Hospital where Mr. Butzin died Monday. Hie skull and jaw were frac¬ tured.
Mr. Stick'a injuries consisted of a head injury, cuts.and bruises and pos¬ sible internal injuries; He is Btill con¬ fined to the hospital and at this writing his recovery is looked for." '•*.
Mr. Butzin is the son of Mr. and' Mrs. Wm. Butzin and Mr. Stick is the son of Mr. and Mr. John Stick.-
Ftweral services for Mr. Butzin were held Thursday from the Trinity Evan- gelical ChurcH in EUiston. Burial was made at Limestone.
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