Service Set For Victim Of Accident Services . for Harold Andrew Lashbaughl 26, of Box 3B, Sel- dom- Seen Road, Lonaconing way much lem who was killed yesterday after- noon when the motorcycle he City city of (4) de- were fer was 'operating collided with a pickup truck on Douglas Avenue in that community,, will be eon- ducted in the Eichhorn Funeral Home, Lonaconing, at 1 p.m. Thursday by the Rev. Harold Malone, and Rev. W. W. Martin. Interment will be P h i l Cemetery, Westernport. Mr. Lashbaugh,' nounced 'dead on was pro arrival at in to ing Sacred Heart Hospital, where n autopsy was performed by he . Allegany County deputy medical examiner, .who said eath was caused by a ruptured eart. . Police Chief Alex Bogie of jonaconing was assisted by Tic. :. W. PoUock,-Maryland State olice, in the investigation of he accident at 2:45 p.m. .on Douglas Avenue about 750 feet vest of the traffic light on City i l l i n g of ' term no for ou been anc to to a th at Itreet. The police chief said Glen Marvin Lee, 30 of 308 Spruce Street, Westernport, w'a traveling in. the truck east toward Main Street. He told police he saw Lashbaugh operat- ing the motorcycle -west on Douglas Avenue; ' Lee said he stopped the and the cyclist rammed into left front. fender of the -vehicle. Lashbaugh was thrown from motorcycle. He was. taken to the local hospital in E i c h h o 3ulance of Lonaconing. Police said.no charges would be placed against the pickup truck driver. The victim was a son of Harold. L. and Leona (Mer- rbaugh ) Lashbaugh. He was employed by Westvaco Corporation's Luke Mill, and was a member of t h e Westernport American Legion. Besides his parents, surviving are his widow, Sheri (Barnard) Lashbaugh; one son, Sean A. Lashbaugh, and a sister, Mrs. Judy Kirk, Lonaconing. Friends will be received at the funeral home today from 7 to 9 p.m., and tomorrow 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.