FROM THE PAST
increase from the previous year that showed nine dead and 343 injured. In 1964 there were 315 people hurt and 8 killed in 410 accidents.
••• Some 23 tons of cow feed was dumped on the ground at Price Tuesday in a truckcar accident that sent two men to the hospital. State Police said the truck started to pass a car in the intersection and the car made a lefthand turn. The truck driver swerved, struck the side of the car and went into the ditch. Walter J. Marlin of Yardville, N.J., the truck driver, was treated and released for a slight injury while Benjamin Kosmela of Bloomfield, N.J., the other driver, was kept in the hospital because of a heart condition — he was not reported badly injured.
••• The breakwater project long sought after by property and boat owners in the Kent Narrows has at least reached the survey stage as the County Commissioners were advised on Tuesday by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Herbert H. Linthicum informed the commissioners that Congress has authorized a $23,000, 22- month survey at the Kent Narrows to determine the need and feasibility of a stone jetty to extend approximately 1,000 to 1,500 feet from the shore line at the Kent Island Yacht Club toward Wells Cove.
The purpose of the jetty is to act as a breakwater protection for boat and property owners in the Narrows when south and southwest winds whip up the Eastern Bay. Republican and a bornagain Christian, lives with his wife and three children in the small town in northern Queen Anne’s County. He hopes to unseat Sen. Barbara A Mikulski, a Democrat, in the November 1992 election.
••• While family and friends attended the funeral of the 14-year-old Queenstown boy killed Saturday in a hit and run accident, a District Court judge refused to lower the bail of the man accused of his death Friday in Queen Anne’s County District Court.
Mark Lovette, 18, of Centreville, was charged with homicide with motor vehicle while intoxicated, manslaughter by auto, false statement to an officer, and various traffic violations including driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of an accident. He can face more than 15 years and $8,000 in fines. His bail is set at $20,000. Jermaine Burke was walking along Cemetery Road in Grasonville with a friend when he was struck.
••• County Commissioners signed a $1.8 million contract for Willow Construction Inc. to build a new county office building to replace the old jailhouse at Broadway and Liberty Street. It is expected to be completed within a year.