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BOWLING GREEN COUPLE GOES | OYER STEEP BANK INTO RIVER
J Driver Loses Control of Car On I Rounding Curve and Lands in the Shallow River
This community was aroused from its lethargy Sunday after* noon when the news spread that a Cadillac sedan had gone over the steep river bank at the curve near the Kerbel home on Route 105. about two miles east of El¬ more, and carried with it an el¬ derly man and his wife of Bowl¬ ing Green. Later it was learned that he was a rural mail carrier out of Bowling Green, by the name of CharlesJAjldenderfex» 63. They had been down in the peach belt and weie returning to Bowling Green with peaches. On rounding the curve after passing the Kerbel home tbeir car ran ^uff the pavement into the gravel * on the outside of the curve. In coming back onto the pavement i the car seemed to have turned ibalf way round and then slid sidewise arcoss the road to the [inside of the curve and over the 25-foot embankment into the Por¬ tage river, The car apparently