Patricia Lassig Schick
Woman Found noorkririo;u|rk nGSpOnSIDIG rOl Traffic Crash A La Crosse County Court jury found a city woman totally responsible Wednesday for a traffic accident in which $553.75 damages were done to another car. The suit had been brought by the car owner, William Roubik, R. 1, Tomah, and Milwaukee Mutual Insurance Co. against Classified Insurance Co., insurers insurers of the Car of Patricia Schick, 1603 Farwell St. Roubik’s wife,' Patricia, was driving the car Jan. 27, 1972, when it was struck from behind at West Avenue and State Street by the Schick car. The plaintiffs were represented by lawyer Thomas Sleik, the defendant by Paul Henke. Judge Leonard Roraff presided presided at the trial. Serving on the jury sworn in by Deputy Court Clerk Helen Schwinefus were; Gloria Cassel, 211 S. 8th Ave, Onalaska; Emma Eggars, 229 Sumner St.; Carl Huebner, 421 S. 6th St.; Alberta Joseph, 1918 Wood St.; Vernon Halmrast, 1802 George St.; David Johnson, 625 S. East Ave.; Dean Labus, R. 1, West Salem; Kenneth Larkin, 2109 Loomis St.; Florence Niedfeldt, 2506 Hewitt St.; John Padesky, 221 S. 15th St.; Jerry Pryor, 301 Legion St., Holmen: and Iris Topp, 1291 Shorewood Drive.