Betty Dillon semi-conscious

sherry Member Photo

Clipped by sherry

Betty Dillon semi-conscious - i ments that he would be a candi- Margaret...
i ments that he would be a candi- Margaret Manning Dies In Collision; i S e " a #*!**«***· «. _ - __ * I Tiai- ous y he told the weekly Weston Democrat he "definitely" had his eye_on the Senate seat Kolt said he had given consid- taken to Becklev hos-i - ihere are certain Mrs. Roy Dillon Still Semi-Comci Mrs. Roy Diilon r 35, who was - The accident had brought death i Gordon Richmond who was! orate on their nature- t o o n e woman, Mrs. Margaret ; driving the truck that Mrs. Dillon Ned " and State Senator Forest planning, aboui oo, ana na.d m - j passed when the accident occurred j Mc ^eer already are in the Dem- jurea three others besides Mrs. j said that he did not notice that a: ocrat contest governor ,,.,, . . . i car was passing him until he saw i ee ^ is a former Mrs. Dillon naa regained semi- . an approaching automobile swerve · and veteran of many years in the consciousness at 11:30 p.m. yester-i towards his truck. I two houses of Congress. It" was day 4 ! -They met head-on, Richmond j wi "-e he and Holt were The acciaent, accorcmg to a said. "I was only going about 25; la the Senate that their factional ·nruness. occurrea when the .czs'to 30 miles an hour, so I hit the ; f e u d began. * ! dri%-en by Mrs- Dillon was passing! brakes and got as far off the high-' H O^ bss been Cervine in the' a track. It crashed head-on with · way as I could." j House of Delegates from L»wis -» » a paren- her way to work at tne General | "Botri C?TS were in the middle of, teacher group tonight. Depa " : was taken to Keyser funeral hon^c pending the funeral arrangements, the drivers involved had an op-. : portunity to swerve away from the ! **TM'' "We must have might without t raithn j r . the sabers. We must have foreign policy which ployed in the same store, sustained He said. "If one or a fractured rsose and jaw. multiple had time to give a cuts and bruises, as well as severe might have been ab internal injuries, Mrs. Dillons car was the third force holding back"the passengers in the second in a row of ca~ taking employes' Communism in Europe tcxia^ihe" a Pace 4^ i churt^ 1 ' The car driven by G. H. Bradford, i Valley

Clipped from Beckley Post-Herald25 Mar 1948, ThuPage 1

Beckley Post-Herald (Beckley, West Virginia)25 Mar 1948, ThuPage 1
sherry Member Photo
  • Betty Dillon semi-conscious

    sherry – 05 Nov 2017

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in