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Ypsilanti Woman's Injuries Are Fatal

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Mrs. Mary Nastos, 29 years old, of Ypsilanti, who died Wednesday night at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital from injuries suffered in an automobile accident here four months ago, will be buried tomorrow afternoon at Ypsilanti.
An infection which developed from a leg fracture necessitated the amputation of the leg this week, and Mrs. Nastos did not survive the shock. She was injured when the automobile in which she was riding hit a telephone pole here on Sept. 11.
Mrs. Nastos was the wife of Gustave G. Nastos and lived at 408 Washtenaw Ave., Ypsilanti. Surviving are the husband; one daughter, Helen; two sons, Gustave G., jr., and George; and Mrs. Nastos' father, Fred Parker of Laingsburg, Mich.
Funeral services will be held at the residence at 1:30 tomorrow afternoon and at the First Methodist church in Ypsilanti at 2 o'clock. Rev. C. E. Doty will officiate and burial will be in Highland cemetery.