Roy Zillmer - Two Hurt in City Traffic Accidents

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1 t< Two Hurt in City Traffic Accidents Two persons suffered minor n juries in two of four accidents accidents investigated Monday by Eau Claire pollee, Three drivers drivers were charged with violations violations and total estimated property property damage was $2,725. Police reported the first injury injury mishap occurred at 5:05 p. m. in the 300 block of Earl St. They said a car driven by Jeffrey Ellenson, 21, of 317 Washington St., jumped the curb and struck a utility pole. His brother, David, 17, was taken to Luther Hospital where le was treated for contusions to the forehead and nose and released. Police charged Jeffrey Jeffrey Ellenson with inattentive driving and damage was estimated estimated at $500. Lorraine Ashbaugh, 44, of Glen way St., was taken by the Prock' Ambulance to S a c r e c Heart Hospital at 8 p. m. after a three-car collision in the 600 block of E. Grand Ave. She suffered a laceration to the lip and a bruised mouth and was treated and released. Police said her auto crashed into the rear of a parked car owned by Roy Zillmer, Ft. Eustis, Eustis, Va., and pushed his car into into a p a r k e d car owned by Thomas Mousel, 518% E. Grand Ave. Mrs. Ashbaugh was charged with inattentive driv ing and for driving too fast for conditions. Damage was e s t i mated at $1,175. An intersection crash at 2:5! p. m. at Agnes and Highlanc Ave. caused an estimated $1, 000 damage, police reported. I involved cars driven by Kath leen MoElwain, 20, of 1916 Lloyd Ave., and Earl Fergu son, 75, of 134 W. Grant Ave. Police checked a minor mishap at 12:15 p.m. in the 500 block Of S*. Faftfell St. They reported Willard Tomashek, 57, of 620 Fifth St., was passing a car driven by Robert Rader, of 329 S. llth St. When Pomashek pulled back into the ane of traffic, the right side if his auto collided with the eft front of the Rader car. Po- lice charged Rader with driv,' ing With an expired driver's cense, New Wales William Pehn intended to give the name of New Wales to his grant of land, but it was never used. The name was objected objected to "by a Welshman. , BUSTER BROWN for young Smart styling with the antiqued look in leather .the most popular shoes. A complete line for every gentlemen's wardrobe. SENIOR in Brown Sizes: 12 Va to Widths: 'To Insure Perfect -OPEN- MON. & FRI. 'TIL 9 P.M. twtfnr nhn to oppen 205 So. Barstow St.-Eau

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  1. Eau Claire Leader,
  2. 02 Apr 1969, Wed,
  3. Page 24

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