Three Young Men Escaped with Minor Injuries in Accident


Three young men of miraculously escaped death at 3:29 AM today when the car in which they were and turned over many times in an accident on route 40, 6 miles west of Cambridge. Richard L. Gates, Pearl Street, Newcomerstown, posted $25.00 bond and was to appear in Cambridge acting Mayor Fred Whitten's court; today On A reckless driving charge. He and Harvey Groves, 24 and Rain and DeVor, 22, both of Cambridge, were taken to a Swan Hospital and Cambridge, where they were treated for lacerations abrasions, and contusions. Gates was driving at a high rate of speed in a construction zone when he ran into a (unreadable) . The car hit the guardrail and turned over six times.

[The Coshocton Tribune, Sept. 14, 1946 — CM - Sub by FoFG]


HAS PNEUMONIA

Clyde Bryan, 316 north Fourth-st, is confined to his home suffering from double pneumonia. He became bedfast Sunday and his condition is reported to be serious.

The Coshocton Tribune (Coshocton, Ohio) 23 Apr 1920


TONSILS REMOVED

Palmer Martin. Elm-st, who underwent an operation Thursday morning for the removal of his tonsils, was reported to be somewhat improved Friday. The operation was performed by Dr. J.G. Smailes, assisted by Dr Lester Pomefine.

The Coshocton Tribune (Coshocton, Ohio) 23 Apr 1920


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