Curvin Krout damage suit-Jun 1961
New Eli Summer Bungalow Destroyed By Fire Fire destroyed a small summer bungalow along Bermudian Creek bftueen Kast Berlin and Davids- Inirg about 8 p m. Saturday, cam nig damage estimated at $1,000. Fire Chief Melvin Eiseihait. ol East Berlin Fire Company, which answered the alarm, said the fire started from an overheated stove. The stove file was started, accord Ing to the chief, by Lawrence Lentz, York, who had rented the cottage for the weekend from the owner. Boyd Harbold. East Berlin. The chief said the damage ncl tided $200 to contents and fire- nen were at the scene about two tours. DAMAGE SUIT FILED IN 19S9 ACCIDENT Damages in excess of $10.000 Â·M MUfht by OUbMt P. Swiu- Â«w. EMt Berlin R. 1, and hU UMtld aoo, Allen R. Swuiuon. In a traspwu suit filed in York County court Monday auainst Curvin Krout, EaÂ«t Berlin It. I, and his 16-year-old son, Kenneth The complaint states that the younger ttwanson was injured when he was a passenger in a car driven by the younger Krout and the car hit a tree along and Beagle Club Road a half mile from the Lincoln Highway Nov. 2, 1999. The suit asks in excess of $5,000 for the injured boy and in excess of $5,000. including $36.'. medical expenses, for his father. Yorky, star handicap horse at Hialeah this winter, is named for a titled English friend of Mr. Art. Gent Markey. Mrs. Markey owns Calumet Farm.