james gorman death
the the on from accident license the Howard Ohio, Pittsburgh. them Urban, industry who soliciting 3-rOW— over from Works of yeara tune the plunked the Near Glen Campbell, Killed At Commodore o JamfS Gorman, 31, of Glen Campbell R. D. 1, was electrocuted while working in the Commodore mine of the Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corporation Saturday, according to Coroner .Edward L. Fleming, M. D. Gorman was assisting other workmen in setting up a conveyor in the mine when the accident occurred, the coroner said he learned. He was dragging one of the heavy pans used on the machine across an electric wire when sharp ridges on the bottom c-f the pan cut through the insulation, giving Gorman the entire charge of several hundred volts. A first aid crew worked several hours with an inhalator in a futile attempt to resuscitate the victim. Gorman was born in Banks Township August 2, 1900, a son of Henry and Margaret (Radcliffe) Gorman. Surviving are his mother, who lives near Gipsy, and these brothers and sisters: Mrs. Marlon ZurHorst, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Mildred Raleigh, Glen Cimpbell; Merritt Gorman, Gipsy; Mrs. Edith Barbour, Akron, Ohio; Miss Helen Gorman, Pittsburgh, and Ann* Gorman, »t home. Funeral services will b« conducted at his late residence at 2:30 tomorrow, with interment in the Frye Cemetery.