I found this article, and one about people attending the funeral, but no actual obit yet..
BRAINERD DAILY DISPATCH JUNE 5, 1954 PAGE 1
In St. Cloud
By The Associated Press
An auto collision near the
Twin Cites early today in which
a woman died, and another
crash near St. Cloud Friday
night which resulted in three
deaths hiked Minnesota's 1954
traffic toll to 250, or 47 more
than at this time last year.
Mrs. Arnold Gladys Ronaasen,
30, 1131 West Medicine Lake
Dr., Minneapolis, killed shortly
after 2 a. m. when the car she
was driving and another came
together on the Dakota County
end of the Mendota Bridge, across
the Minnesota River near
Fort Snelling. The driver of the
second car, Douglas L. Anderson,
Red Wing, was in critical
condition in Ancker Hospital, St.
Mrs. Fred Haberman, 50,
Becker, Minn. and two of her sons,
Arnold, 11, and Robin, 18 were
fatally injured when two cars
hit with terrific impact at a
country road crossing near St.
Cloud. Mrs. Haberman, mother
of 13, and Arnold, died Friday
night. Robin died about 5:45 a.
Another son, Herman, 22, was
reported in critical condition in the
St. Cloud Hospital. A fourth
Haberman child, Shirley, 13, suffered a
broken collar bone.
Also hospitalized was the driver
of the other car involved in
the crash, Anthony Sakry, 29,
rural Clear Lake. His condition
was described as not serious.
Herman was driving the Haberman
car. Sakry was alone in
Dr. Gordon H, Tesch, Elk River,
Sherburne County coroner,
said "You can see for a mile in
every direction at the corner
where the cars collided.
"I've never seen anything like
it—the impact of the crash tore
the motor out of Sakry's car and
tossed it 40 feet through the
Becker is about 19 miles southeast
of St. Cloud.
AUSTIN DAILY HERALD JUNE 12, 1954 PAGE 6
Friends from Blooming Prairie,
Owatonna, Medford and Faribault
attended the funeral at Becker
of Mrs. Fred Haberman and sons,
Arnold and Robin, who were killed
in a two-car collision near St.
Cloud June 4.
A third son, Herman, died the
day of the funeral. A daughter,
Shirley also suffered injuries in
the collision. Mrs. Haberman was
the mother of 13 children
Attending the funeral were Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Horsky Jr., Jean
Selejesth, Mrs. Charles Spinier,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haberman,
Mrs. Anna Blzac, and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Ziner, Blooming Prairie;
Mrs. Wiliam Arnold, Medford;
Mrs. Anna Horak and Vern,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ringohfer
and Mr. and Mrs. Sljaiva Gurbish,
Owatonna; and Mr. and Mrs. Joe