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Subject: [NYFINGERLAKES] Chronicle - Express, 17 Nov 1938 ( Cont'd )
Date: Fri, 9 Mar 2007 04:56:24 -0500 (EST)
DUNDEE PASTOR IS ACCIDENT VICTIM
Mr. and Mrs. T.W. CARTER In Bath Hospital After Crash - Pennsylvania
Driver Arrested Monday Morning.
Most serious of the traffic accidents during the past few days occurred
at Pleasant Valley Sunday afternoon when the pastor of the Dundee
Baptist church and his wife were badly injured as their car skidded. A
Penn Yan man and women were somewhat injured Monday on their way to New
York City, while another collision in Benton that same morning resulted
in an arrest.
PENN YAN CAR WRECKED
Calvin RUSSELL of 304 Main street and Mrs. Laura BIRKETT are recovering
at their homes from bruises and the shock received Monday morning when
they were involved in a crash just east of Alpine at the intersection of
the Elmira-Ithaca and the Montour Falls-Spencer state roads. An Empire
Produce company truck, north-bound, struck the right side of the local
New York city-bound car, both going into the ditch but not turning over.
Mrs. BIRKETT's was badly wrecked.
ARRESTED AFTER CRASH
Fred BOSTOCK, aged 57, of 150 North Main street, Mansfield, PA, employed
on the new central school building near Rushville, was arrested Monday
morning for driving without a license following a skid and collision
just outside of Penn Yan at the top of the Marcus Whitman hill. Mr.
BOSTOCK and a passenger were going west towards Rushville when his
machine hit a snowy patch on the highway and slid across the concrete
into the Penn Yan- bound car of Charles HAYES, R.D. 3, employee of the
SCHERER and Son garage. Both machines were damaged though occupants
Before Police Justice Alvin ROLF of Benton, R.D. 6 Penn Yan, Mr. BOSTOCK
pleaded guilty and paid a fine of $5.
PASTOR AND WIFE INJURED
The Rev. Thomas W. CARTER pastor of the Dundee and Barrington Baptist
churches, and Mrs. CARTER were seriously injured Sunday afternoon on
their way to Bath when their automobile skidded on the slippery road
near the State Fish hatchery and struck a tree.
The Rev. Mr. CARTER suffered head and eye injuries and a bruised arm.
Mrs. CARTER received chest,ankle, and wrist injuries. Both suffered
severely form bruises and shock. They are patients at the Bath hospital.
The pastor and his wife were on their way to attend the funeral of Mrs.
Charles DEAN, a former parishioner and a close friend of the family. The
machine skidded on the wet pavement struck a tree and a road side stand
and was nearly demolished by the impact. The accident happened at a spot
where several mishaps have been during the past few months. Rev. and
Mrs. have been residents of Dundee about ten years. At one time he
served the Altay church.
Bruce A. Sherwood, Sr.
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