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Full text of "Beverly Beal Obituary"

V0LUME.4..N0. 38 . PR0Y0, UTAH, SUN DAY, MARCH 7, 1926. PRICE TWO CENTS 

SPRINGVILLE BABY KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT 



SEVEN BADLY 




"uuaughtcr Charge Swoni 

Out Against John F. Clark 

Of Pleasant Grove 

ACCIDENT OCCIFRED 

IN PLEASANT GROVE 

Occupants of Clark Car Al- 

leged to Have Been Under 

Influence of Liquor 

A charge of manslaughter baa 
been filed against John' F- Clark 
of Pleasant Grove, formerly branch 
manager of the Ytm. M. Kaylance 1 
company of Pleasant drove, as a 
resnlt of an auto accident at Pleas- * 
ant Grove Friday evening in which 
an Infant was killed, one woman 
seriously Injured and five minor. 
children and a woman badly bruised. 

When arraigned Is the city court 
before Judge George 8. BaMf Satur- 
day afteroou, Clark was released on 
tlJJOO bond. The prellmnlary hear- ! 
iiifT waa'aet for Thursday at 10 
o'clock a. m. 

The Dead 

Beverly Beal, seven months old ■ 
daughter of Or. and Mrs. Nelson 
BealQf SpxJngvUle; frnetured Kknll. 
Seriously Injured 

Mrs, Florence OreeQWOod, Nepbi 
widow or E. H. Greenwood, former- 
ly seminary toucher In NephI ; three 
ribs broken and a probable Internal 
Injuries. 

-*• -The Ofte* Injured 

Mrs. Nelson Betil, Hprtagrllle sla- 
ter of Mr* Greenwood. 
-.4totJSabjatvfciU,.j^a»4 flB rtH es ^ l p r 
tee of Mrs. Greenwood. 
, Nedw IJeal, Sprlngvtlle, 4. 
i Kviia GrewiwwMt. 17. 

Afton, Greedwbod, 13.- 

Morgun Greenwood, 7. 

Boyd Greenwood, 4. 

tfitm Qreeirwood aiid Mrs. Beat 
and their children were ou their 
way to Salt Lake City to visit rela- 
Uvea over tie week-end. Mrs. Greet* 
-iyond 4a. teaching school at Nepal. 

About a hhwk ana a half west 
of Jhe-Baftk of Pleasanf Grove on 
the staff SMt*-^ the ..tonrlng car. 
driven by Lynn Greenwood was ran 
Into, by- a roadster driven bv Clark. 
Wfth him waa, Jfen Holmfln pf plea*, 
ant Grove..' 's^-J 

A«3ordlut>- to the story told^ by 
Hoinuu to the .officer*, be and" 
Clark hid 'been drinking heavily 
during the day- On their way from 
Amerlcao; Fork. Hobnao had urged 
Clark several times not to drive so 

fH«. 

Lynn Greenwood declares that he 
was driving; with both the right 
wheela of'ibja ear off the paved. 
highway. According, to Sheriff J. 1>. 
Boyd, wbv Investigated the acci-" 
dent, the. ltseks on the side of the; 
pavement bear* uut tbJa .■statement. 
fc'or .noOie unaccountable reaaofi 
Clark is said to have driven his 
.targe'' rba3"ster mt<> the left front"* 
'wheel 'of tfie Greenwood car, com- 
pletely npsettltig it. All of the in- 
jured were- taken to the home of 
'Alex (iiiiy,. near the scene of the - 
accident. The ileal baby died there ■■ 
jvit i>;30 o'clock jFrlday night, about 
>wo hours aftei.- the -accident. The 
: utber of the cbiiii wits notified of 
i :he accident nod arrived in Pleaa- 
. mt Grove before the. child died. 
Shortly after, Ihe accident, Prea- 
on G. Peterson of the state- road 
roramlsftlott arrived at the aeene oa 
.da way to liis home in Provo. 
ile placed Chirk under arrest and: 
aoitried the ' sheriffs office. He* 
ifso instructed Marshal Arthur 
Winters .to place Holnuin tinder ar- 
rest; As soon as HoJmau had tieabttr 
,d in extricating the injured from 
;he wreck, he left the rcene for hla 
home. ■' 

Clurk and Holuiau were brought 
to the county. Jail by Sheriff Boyd, 
unci Deputies Otto Blrk and Geoi'pe 
Davis wh«i .Investigated the acci- 
dent - ;.. 

A charge of Intoxication has been 
preferred against Hoi man,