11 Oct 1951 Traffic Accidents on Linn Section of Pacific Highway Sends Eight to Hospital

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11 Oct 1951
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new as at the city between at the A. the the to tonight Showers In north por-in por-in ; tion and along coast with some ba- rlearlng Friday. Cooler tonight, Low 40-50; 40-50; 40-50; high 60-70. 60-70. 60-70. Advances Linn Bills Traffic Accidents on Linn Pacific Highway Send Eight Eight persons are hospitalized in Albany and Eugene today as a result of three car accidents during the night on the rain-slickened rain-slickened rain-slickened Linn county section of the Pacific highway. Most seriously injured was the Mountain States Power fered a fractured leg, dislocated shoulder, arid severe lacerations when He ran his car Damage Suit Asks $31,112 Damages totaling $31,112 are asked in three suites filed in circuit court here today, the one a $26,000 action growing out of a fatal automobile automobile collision that occurred Sept. 26 on the Pacific highway. In the major action Olive B. Jenkins is suing Morris A. Hart, alleged owner, and William B. Bradford, reputed driver of the car that the plaintiff claims was to blame for the accident. She bases her claim on injuries she suffered in the head-on head-on head-on crash. Mis. Mary Clotilda Burke, 62, San Diego, was killed and two other women were injured in the accident. Personal injuries were also suf fered, she alleges, by Florence Sim-onson Sim-onson Sim-onson Oct. 28, 1949, when she fell as she stepped into a taxicab. She is suing Otto Koos, doing business as Dick's Cabs, owner, for $5,041.50. Koos appears in role of plaintiff in the third suit. He asks $150.50 damages from Everett and Doyle Hall as the result of an automobile collision at Broadalbin and Second avenue Sept. 12, 1950. Koos charges that a car owned by Everett Hall and driven by Doyle Hall ran into his cab inflicting $100.50 property damage and laying up the cab for five days for repairs, at a further further loss of $50. Weatherman Says: WESTERN OREGON Mostly cloudy with occasional showers check came out of the national chapter's emergency fund. George Hein, 217 West Sixth avenue, an accountant for company. Hein's physician 2 Sue Inventor of 'Secret' Paint Two men who bought a "secret" formula for manufacturing a fast-drying fast-drying fast-drying automobile paint for $1,000 now want their money back. The process, they claim, didn't work. Jerry J. Blair and George Ronald allege in a complaint filed in circuit circuit court today that on July 10, 1947, Thomas E. Moore, whom they name as defendant, showed them a sample of paint known as "Hi-Lustre", "Hi-Lustre", "Hi-Lustre", made according to his secret process and offered to sell them the formula for $1,000, guaranteeing guaranteeing that it would produce the same kind of paint as the sample. The two accepted, they allege, and not only paid the $1,000 but spent $344.95 more for equipment and in setting up. their manufac turing establishment. The paint they produced didn't pan out, the plaintiffs aver, and they have concluded the secret process is no good. Power Turned Off, Jail Break foiled ROSEBURG, Oct. 11. U.R-Two U.R-Two U.R-Two prisoners attempted to break out of the Douglas county jail here last night after beating a jailer and grabbing his wife as a hostage, hostage, but the jailer trapped them by turning off the power to an elevator they were using for the escape. Deputy Sheriff William Kes-singer Kes-singer Kes-singer was returning a prisoner to the jail's bullpen, a large cell housing several inmates, when he was "rushed" by two prisoners, Vernon John Gosso and Edward Powell. Using a sock stuffed with soap as a weapon, they forced Kessin-ger's Kessin-ger's Kessin-ger's head through a plate glass window and battled with him into the main office of the jail. One Section of to Hospitals reported, the injured man suf off the highway during the early morning hours near the Jefferson junction, six. miles north of Albany. H e 1 n's companion, Charlene Burford, was badly shaken up, but was not seriously injured. Hein and Miss Burford were taken to the Albany General hos pital by private conveyance. Struck by Southbound Car Mrs. Joseph L. Johnson, Albany RFD 2, sustained severe bruises and a possible fracture when her car was struck from the side by another car shortly after 5 p.m. last night, one mile north of the city limits on the turn-off turn-off turn-off to the Old Salem road. State police said Mrs. Johnson was making the left turn when a southbound car struck. Officers were unable to identify the driver of the second car. The injured woman is under treatment at the Albany General hospital where she was taken by city ambulance. At 4:30 a.m. today five persons were injured, none of them se riously, six miles north of Harris burg during a rain squall. State police at Eugene who investigat ed said that the wreck occurred when Everett W. Farlow, Salem blinded by the lights of an oncoming oncoming truck rammed into the rear of a car driven by Irving C. Wickander, Portland. Taken to Eugene Hospital Injured were Farlow, Carlos S Rodriguez, and Robert John Daw son, all of Salem, occupants of one car, and Irving and Mrs. Edith Wikander, occupants of the sec ond vehicle. The Albany city ambulance was summoned to" the wreck, but by the time it arrived a Eugene am bulance had picked up the in jured and taken them to the Sacred Heart hospital in Eugene. State police said that Farlow was charged with not having a driver's license, but that he had left the hospital this morning without permission. a fix ceasefire be at the to for the to Joe the as of to to and by

Clipped from Albany Democrat-Herald11 Oct 1951, ThuPage 1

Albany Democrat-Herald (Albany, Oregon)11 Oct 1951, ThuPage 1
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