Law Suit story against Arthur
estate have the a but t t t h e TM astroi- course ft 000 DAM DEMANDED BY PERU WOMAN Wants Damages for InjuVles Received Received When Local Taxleb Leaves the Road. n In -B= -B= ^v^^ ^^ drlvlnr-it. a reck- A, H, BENNETT IS NAMED Bondimen Also Made Defendants In Suit Filed Here By Peru Attorneya. A-suit in which $5,000 is asked was filed In-the* Cass circuit court this morning by Mrs. Joseph Gruwell Gruwell through Rhodes and Rhodes, Peru attorneys. Arthur H. Bennett, Bennett, local taxicab owner, Is made the chief defendant, while Frank G Kienly and .Charles B. F". Young, his bondsmen, are made co-defendants. co-defendants. The suit is the outgrowth of automobile accident which occured on the south river road east of city December 24, 1922, In which the plaintiffs alleges that she received' received' injuries which have made her a cripple and which prohibits her from taking care of her duties as a house wife. , Machine .Leaves. Road, According to the story related the complaint, Mrs. Gruwell accompanied accompanied by her daughter, Sylvia Cole, and her husband, Alexander Cole, and their small child/engaged Bennett to drive them from this city to. Rich: valley, Miami county, on the "afternoon of December 24,. 1932, and ;that- they .left Logansport" ab,out."2.:3,a j; m. on that day,. they reached'i''point three' and half miles east of the city, an more of a comes they the a of to about machine, while driving- it a reckless reckless and fast manner,-permitted the machine-to leave the road and over, injuring the occupants, the complaint .states. Mrs. Gruwell alleges' alleges' that as the result of the injuries received she was confined a hospital and later removed to home where she was confined for nine weeks, of a broken bruised knee and numerous Ian- cerations about the head, the complaint' sets forth. In asking for the plaintiff alleges that . Kelnly and Charles B. F- Young Bennett's taxi bondsmen should held responsible for one-half of amount asked. Her Injuries consisted leg, a sprained and a $5,000 the Frank G.