Hiawatha King May 9, 1968 Car accident
Charge Pending In Phila Crash Charges against Hiawatha King, 32, of 116 Canal st., Dor ver, in connection with a traffic mishap in New Philadelphia last night at 10:57, are pending results results .of a-urine-alcohol test, police police said today, Officers said King, driving a station wagon south on Lakeview Lakeview dr. NW, failed to heed a stop sign at Wabash av. The ve- licle continued across Wabash, eft the roadway and slammed nto stone steps and a wall at he rear of Quaker Stadium. King left: the. scene and called a wrecker but failed to call po- ice, officers said. According to he police report, King said on- y the vehicle's front brakes ere operating. Both King and a passenger, John C. Abrom, 29, of 418 Race t., Dover, were 'jailed overnight. overnight. ..:;.; Abrom was fined $31 in May- ir Lloyd Dinger's court this norning. He was charged with ntoxication for becoming loud and boisterous at the accident cene. Frank L. Fry, 81, of 403 Front av..SW, New Philadelphia, was ined $16 in mayor's court this m'orning for improper starting is a result of a car-truck mishap mishap Wednesday morning at :46. Officers said Fry, who had ieen parked hi the first space m the 100 block of Fair av; NE; was attempting a right turn on- o N. Broadway when his auto and a semi-trailer rig operated by Gerald P. Hooper, 44, of ^anesville, collided.