Harold cited in automobile accident
Says He Failed To See Stop Sign; Arrested A 27-year-old 27-year-old 27-year-old 27-year-old 27-year-old Fort Wayne driver was cited on charges of failure to yield the right-of-way right-of-way right-of-way right-of-way right-of-way about noon Sunday when he was blamed for a two-car two-car two-car accident that happened at the intersection of West Eleventh and South Van Buren streets in Auburn. Harold Sleesman was ordered by Auburn Policeman M. A. Whittig to appear in Auburn city court for arraignment before City Judge Phil Butler. The officer said the cars involved involved were a 1953 Buick driven by Junior Saylor, 28, of 317 West First street. Auburn and a 1953 Chevrolet operated by Sleesman. Saylor's wife, Patricia, 21, sus tained minor bruises under her left eye but did not require medical attention. Saylor was driving south on Van Buren street and Sleesman east on Eleventh street Sleesman reported he failed to see the stop sign and drove out in front of the ' southbound southbound car. Saylor said he was unable unable to stop in time to avoid the mishap. -Damage -Damage to the Buick was esti mated at $150 with $175 damage to the Fort Wayne car. The acci dent happened at 12:05 p.m. Sun day.