Evelyn Steinken

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Evelyn Steinken - fast "alert" for xui this letter say too now...
fast "alert" for xui this letter say too now and were week ago and it either but reason we and to either. dis- may hour much at 11 £ are barracks that. moving soon there know my Railroad engineer commits suicide after accident Glen Wadsworth, 54 year» old, engineer of an E. J. and E. train which figured in the deaths of two Forest Lake women in a crossing accident near Lake Zurich, committed suicide Sun. on a road three miles southeast of Joliet, where he made his home. Relatives said he had been worrying over the accident, although a coroner's jury found that the woman's car skidded into the side of the moving freight train. The jury did reeo'mmend that more quuate warning signs be installed at the crossing, which is just in front of the Fairfield church, northeast of Lake Zurich. Wadsworth was found dead near his car. His overcoat covered his head and the exhaust automobile, and police pipe of said he the had down to died from inhaling the exhaust fumes. · The accident occurred December 31- Mrs. Carol Thorsen, driver of the car, was. killed outright. Her companion, Mrs. Evelyn Stelnken, died January 16 at Sherman hospital in Elgin from injuries suffered in the crash. Victor and Joyce Thorsen, 13 and 8 years and Gene Steinken, Jr., three old, were injured slightly. \ - - S

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  1. The Daily Herald,
  2. 30 Jan 1942, Fri,
  3. Page 18

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  • Evelyn Steinken

    kcm814 – 13 Sep 2013

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