Paynes- a Will- 3 Minnesotans, Two Others Killed in Crash Special to the Minneapolis Tribuna MORIARTY, N. M. Three vacationing members of a Bayport, Minn., family were killed Monday in a head-on automobile collision near here. Granville Peterson, 60,' his wife, Ella, 59, and their 15-year-old granddaughter, Diana Elizabeth Peterson, died in the crash, which occurred on a long, straight stretch of highway beneath bright nearly cloudless skies. At Bayport G. B. Peterson, father of Diana, said the three were headed . for the Pacific coast where they planned to tour California and visit a daughter of the Petersons in Washington. According to Associated Press, state policeman Bobby Whitt and Sgt Frank Lucero said investigation indicated the crash occurred when Peterson pulled out to pass another car and smashed in to one driven by Ollie Dean, 26, South Bend, Ind. Dean was killed. Listed as an apparent hitch hiker in the Dean vehicle was Zafer Smaile, 26, Mish- awaka, Ind., also killed in the accident Wrecking crews worked nearly an hour to free the five bodies. Peterson was a machinist at Anderson Corp., Bayport which manufacturers window sills and sashes.' 2 Boys Injured as Car Jumps Curb, Hits Trike Two Bloomington boys, 3 and 4, were injured Monday when a car jumped a curb and struck them as they rode a tricycle in a driveway. They are Bradley Parker, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Parker. 8442 Fifth avenue S., and Joe Stern, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M., Stern, 8443 Fifth avenue S. Driver of the car wag Dale L. Phillips, 15, 9537 Tenth avenue S., Bloomington. j Police said the boys were struck in the driveway of the Stern home. Bradley was riding on the rear of the tricycle as Joe pedaled. F.