Gail Zillmer - Damage in Accidents in City Totals $4,325
Two Drivers Charged Damage in Accidents in City Totals $4,325 Eau Claire police investigated 16 accidents Tuesday. Two drivers drivers were charged with violations violations and total estimated property property damage was $4,325. Franklin Greene, 21, Rt. 3, Cadott, was changed with driving driving 'too fast for conditions after after a three - car mishap at 4:35 p.m. in the 3200 block of N. Hastings Way. Police said his car struck the rear of a car driven by Elmer Johnson, 50, of 233 E. Polk Ave. The Johnson car was pushed into the rear of a car driven by June Kemp, 37, Chippewa Falls. Damage was estimated at $750. John Phillips, 20, Menomonie, was charged with driving a car without Wisconsin registration at 10:15 a.m. at Third and An intersection collision at Keith and Emery Sts, was Bolles Sts. driven by Edwin Police said a Smith, Third St., pulled onto Third and and collided with the Phillips car. Damage was estimated at $125. A.minor mishap was checked at 7:25 p.m. in the 900 block of N. llth St. Police said Richard Richard Weber, 38, of 928 N. llth St., was backing from a drive and his auto struck a parked car owned by Cleo Davis, 203 Mappa St. Gregory Day, 3363 Piedmont Road, reported at 6:30 p. m. that a hit and run vehicle caused minor damage to t h e left rear of his auto parked at North High School. Police were called at 6:25 p.m. to a minor crash in the municipal parking ramp. They reported John Cues, 22, Cash checked at 3:30 p.m. It involved involved cars driven by Carl Spletstoser, 68, of 412 Margaret St., and Merlin Stratton, 23, Rt. 5, Menomonie St. Damage was estimated at $300. A minor mishap was checked at 3:15 p.m. on E. Grand at McGraw St. Police said Milton 'Hermann, 58, Rt. 1, Chippewa Falls, pulled from the curb. His auto collided with a passing car driven by Gary Anderson, 25, of 1822 Woodland Ave. Police were called at 2:15 a.m. to the 1400 block of S. Farwell St. They reported a car driven by Bertha Chatterson, Chatterson, 51, of 1705 Rust St., slid into the- front of an oncoming car city bus driven by Clyde LeBar- 803 ron Sr., 57, of 836 N. 14th St. Damage was esitmated at $700. ing community 1 ton, Wis., was backing and his auto struck a pillar. At 5:45 p.m. police went to the 300 block of Winter St. They reported John Tronsdal, 32, of 1246 S. Farwell St., made a turn from E. Grand Ave. His auto slid sideways into an oncoming oncoming car driven by Valentine Manthei Jr., 42, of 710 Cameron Cameron St. Damage was estimated at $650. At 5:40 p.m. police went to the 500 block of Wisconsin St. They reported a car driven by Terrence Terrence Halfen, 22, of 1501 Park Ave., struck the rear of a car driven by Dennis Nelson, 25, of 1527 E. Madison St. Damage was estimated at $330. A minor mishap was checked at 3:50 p.m. on E. Clairemont Ave. at Keith St. Police said a truck driven by Gail Zillmer, 43, Altoona, struck the rear of a car driven by Dale Stotesbury, 31, of 1712 Piedmont Road. An intersection collision at Agnes Agnes St. and Benton Ave. was checked at 3:45 p.m. It involved involved cars driven by Kae Lieberman, Lieberman, 25, of 1816 Rist Ave., and Kathryn Kappers, 28, of 1519 Drummond St. Damage was estimated at $200. Hit-Run Damage Douglas Kranig, 616 R i p 1 e y Ave., reported at 3:40 p. m. that a hit and run vehicle damaged damaged the left front of his car parked in the 3900 block of N. Hastings Way. Damage was estimated estimated at $400. Police were called at 1:50 p.m. to the 300 block, of E. Clairemont Ave. They reported Robert Neubauer, 19, of 1416 Lee St., pulled onto Clairemont from Fatten and then attempted attempted to pull over to allow a semi-truck to pass. The truck, driven by Rowland Johnson; 38, River Falls, collided with the left ront of the auto. Damage was estimated at $205. At 12:20 p.m. police went to Fifth They 46, of 720 Seventh Ave., pulled onto Fifth. His auto collided with a car driven by Clifford Moyer, 33, Rt. 1, Rock Falls. Damage was estimated at $300. Ruth Hollern, 616^ Whipple St., reported Tuesday morning a hit and run vehicle caused that a hit and run vehicle caused minor damage to the right iront of her car parked in 'the 1300 block of Brackett Ave. Ave. at W. Grand Ave. said Laverne Ellingson, Marchers Protest Use of Guardsmen WILMINGTON, Del. (AP)About (AP)About 300 demonstrators wound their way through Wilmington's rainy streets Tuesday to protest the 10-month presence of National National Guard troops. The guard was no longer there. Newly installed installed Gov. Russell W. Peterson Peterson removed the troops, promising promising to bring them back if needed. needed. The protest march was organ ized by Project Communications Network and the People Against Racism. The two groups termed Wilmington the "first military police state in the United States." Negroes in this community of 95,000 did not participate in the is 40 per march. Wilmington cent black. The guard was activated last April 8 by Gov. Charles L. Terry Terry Jr., to help quell racial unrest unrest which followed the assassination assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and had patrolled predominantly predominantly Negro sections of the city since the assassination.