Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 20, 1955 · Page 31
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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 offense.al- 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 Oldtqwn.-Critcs.is accused of assaulting a relative with intent to rape her.lasl May 14. 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