Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 20, 1955 · Page 31
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 31

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, October 20, 1955
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DW PA-2-4WO for » WANT AD Tabtr EVENING TIMES, CUMBBRLAWb, MD« THURSDAY, OCTOBER ~20, 195» L THIRTY-ONE "7 |Two Persons Die In Crashes thi Bedford County Highways Plats For Industrial Ui To Be Read^lifNear' ':.-,-•••. <•'•• '•'•• •'•'• ' '-'•'• • '•"'.'• : ..:;'Two highway accidents : in Bed• JordCouhty yesterday claimed the • .lives of two persons. .', ' ''. "'•: A soldier stationed with (he. Blue •Knob ..77? ACW: Squadron, 'Clays^burg, Pa., .Staff Sgt. Cecil A. John..son, 31, of 1222 Robinson Avenue, . : 'Portsmouth, Ohio, was/killed'as .the .auto he was driving • left' the ,;,lMghway and'rolled down over, an 'ijfnbaiikment.." ; . • : His.head was crushed as hc.was apparently .vpinncd under the ;wreckage. Sedford County'State ; Police received a call about 7:50 if. m. 'EOT). The'accidcnt occur- Jred in Uniontownship on the Blue .Knob Military Reservation. ; In the' 6th'br mishap, F. Vincent •Poor, 21, RD li'Hopewell'i Bedford •\County. was killed instantly when w was'crushed by a payloadcr which struck a, curb and turned over on him. The accident occurred on Route 20 about five and half miles south of Saxton, in Bedford* County, about C:25 p. m. (EST). Foor was driving the heavy equipment with scoop, owned'by the New-.Enterprise, Stone-and Lime • Company; from Huntington County, to. Bedford Couhty. - - . Iceland's Languages In .Iceland, Icelandic, which has no dialects'and has changed• little nue through the centuries, • is • spoken. In addition, Danish is widely understood and spoken. . • • Girl's Age Results In Man Freed In Court Here ' '' '• ' ' ' '" •' ' -the B: The right-of-way - plats- for industrial highway into South will be prepared within. two so that properly needed from' A. Lewis can be acquired after that lime: .' •. '-. .•••' 1 That information was'contained in. a' letter' just received by City Engineer Charles R. Nuzum from LeRoy C. Moses, right-of-way engineer-for the State Roads Commission;:' ' ' • '. • •'."'.- • Moses wrote that he talked with Lewis last week concerning right- of-way acquisitions which will be needed from-his property at the northeast corner of Montreal Ave- and Vancouver Street for the SRC's Route 51 relocation into Cumberland! • • Lewis and his attorney, Gorman E.' Getty, told-Moses'that they will End hot 'press the.matter:.a'nf further weeks for several weeks to 'give the SRC Roy an'opportunity, to prepare, the plats shortly and open right-of-way.negotiations, Moscs'.wrote:' < '•' /.- . •';.' ••"''' The right-of-way engineer added that Roland Thompson of 'the SRC Location Division ; and .Clarence Clawsbn; 'road -design ''engineer, who will prepare the plats, have indicated they will be ready in about two l weeks. ''•;'•'• .- ' . : Lewis got 'a'permit-Monday"for construction of ah office building and restaurant at the site, part'of which' will be "needed for the new highway. Pennsylvania has 9,555 miles railroad. .State's'Attorney Paul'M.;Fletch- er yesterday dismissed a charge of who .heard carnal knowledge 'against at lopal man when'jt developed in.-'testi- mohy in Circuit .'Court that the girl saullihg involved was 16'years old and not 15 as first believed. .Carnal knowledge is an offense of under: Maryland law when, it-involves, a girl between, the ages 14 and 16.. ' . ... The girl's grandmother testified that the child was .born in her farm home near Buffalo Mills, Pa.,'July 10, 1939 instead of 1940. . Freed was Russell C. Perdew Jr. He was represented by Attorney but Gorman E. Getty. The legedly occurred September, 21 of cnce of this year, two months after the the gijrl's--16tb birthday: 'Chief .Judge. George Henderson, ..ho heard this case, also heard the case.''involving'Sterling Crites of accused of assaulting a relative with intent to rape her.lasl May 14. The case was heard in chambers .at the, request of Cribs' attorney, .Harold E. 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