The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on April 14, 1958 · 4
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The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · 4

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Monday, April 14, 1958
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4 Pare 4 THE OTTAWA CITIZEN Monday, April 14, 1953 1 1 I J Mrs. Howard Nit hoi Seriously Injured g 1 v I t DRIVER KILLED A Car Runs Wild. Crashes , Pair Tossed 50 Feet i MAN1WAKI (Special) Regis ol. 29, of 96 Armstrong Street, i Richard Robiilard, 37 Huron ! only passenger in the car, is in ; c T. U'. t-iiuu3 lunuuiuil ill 01. j ustr,ui a ; Hospital, Maniwaki. I According to police Robiilard and ended, a total wreck, egain.-t a power line pole. The two occupants were tossed 50 feet out of the vehicle as it careened over, Robiilard and Mrs. Xichol were enroute to Grand Remous to pick up their mother, Mrs. Leon Robiilard, who was visit-' ins a brother-in-law and sister, ' Mr. ard Mrs. Proculus Gannon. A farmer doing early chores 'heard the crash and called police. They lound Robiilard ! dead and had Mrs. Nichol rush-1 ed to hospital. The attending phyie'an, Dr. Wilfrid LeBIanc.; said there would be no inquest, said she suffered a fractured i Investigating police were Con ankle, undetermined internal in juries, shock and hemhorrase. stables Achille Thibault of Gracefield and Roland Lauri- Trial Lesson Q004 JtawcerA V-v hate the IteAt time J U' At f, --fli- U1 BE OME OF-THEN tss T7 Vou'll be amazed how quickly you master the famous "Magic Stop" . . . basis of all dances! ou'll be delighted by the good times and new friends you'll make ! Convenient Terris Always ARTHUR MURRAY DANCE STUDIOS tVA Ban CE2-9649 Rogin Richard Robiilard Killed instantly A i Richard Robiilard, 37 Huron Avenue, Ottawa, was instantly killed at six o'clock Sunday morning when his car raced out of control off Highway 11 some , apparently fell asleep at the five miles south of nearby j wheel. The car. enroute from Grand Remous, Que. He was! Ottawa, spt-d off the highway, 37. sheared off four guard rail His sister, Mrs. Howard Nich- posts, somersaulted three times Pembroke Man Killed In Collision PEMBROKE (Special) A young Pembroke district man died in General Hospital at 8.20 p.m. Sunday from injuries he suffered early Saturday in a two-car, head-on crash on Highway 17, eight miles west of Pembroke. Dead is Conrad Teschncr, 24, of Petawawa village, driver of one of the cars. Herbert Mussel!, 18, of Chalk River, driver of the second auto, suffered severe gashes to the fare, arm and leg requiring more than 100 stitches. Authorities at Cottage Hospital said today his condition was still serious but "slightly improved". A passenger in the Mussell car, Edward Letourneau, of Chalk River, was admitted to the Deep River Hospital for treatment of facial lacerations and shock. Teschner suffered severe internal injuries when his westbound auto collided head-on with Mussell's vehicle on a straight stretch of road at 1.30 a.m. Saturday. Teschner, an employe of the Eddy Match Company in Pembroke was returning home from work at the time. Both late model cars were demolished. Conrad Teschner was a son of Mr. and Mrs. William Teschner of Petawawa. Besides his parents, he leaves two brothers and two sisters. They are Stanley and Harris, both at home, Mrs. Robert Patterson (Ruth), Petawawa, and Mrs. Michael Habec (Lois) of Camp Shilo, Man. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Fire Damage Rated Heavy Examination has revealed damage heavier than was originally estimated In the boiler explosion and fire at the Bess-borough Apartments, 215 Gladstone Avenue, early Saturday morning. The blast wrecked the boiler room and heavily damaged the apartments of Ricky Provost and Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Ferber. Mr. Provost had just completed rc-decorating his apartment as he was to be wed that afternoon. Mrs. Ferber estimated damage In her flat at $3,000. The fire which followed the boiler explosion was brought under control by City firemen in half an hour. The blaze forced 21 tenants of the three-storey brick building into the street but most were able to return. Hit y Auto, Cyclist Escapes PEMBROKE (Special) A Pembroke youth escaped serious injury at 4.20 p.m. Sunday when the bicycle he was riding was struck by a car on Highway 134 one mile south of Pembroke. Jene Chartrand, 19, of 817 Moffat Street, suffered bruises and abrasions but did not require hospital treatment. Police said he was struck by a southbound auto driven by Joseph Matushes-kic, 17, of Barry's Bay. OPP Constable Garnet Haeslip of Pembroke investigated. 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