Labor Day Deaths 1932 - William Southard
MAN IS KILLED ^DERAILMENT OF FAST TRAIN Numerous Cases of Injuries Arq Seen in Heavy Traffic in State. Youth, Girl Drown By tho Associated Press Nine deaths and scores of injurle) from accidental causes were record od in Wisconsin and upper Mich igan during tho Labor Day week, end as thousands of motorists aiv.| pleasure seekers left (heir homei for the season's final outing. Automobile accidents claimed thi lives of seven persons in Wisconsit| and a'youth and young girl drownei] in upppr Michigan. Tho derailment of a. speeding electric train neai Milwaukee alone accounted for the death of one motorist and Injury to 25 pel-sons homeward bound froffl amusement resorts. The dead: Mrs. Grace Howard, Glen Flora automobile. Fred P. Bushey, 53, Milwaukee, automobile. Mrs. Amelia Roskie, Wabeno, auto mobile. Ross Altenburg, 73, Plover, auto mobile. "William Southard, 54, NeillsviHe, automobile. Fred Schlinsong, 38, Neillsvllle, automobile. Raymond Hack, 27, Route 4, Ken oslia, automobile. Earl Robertson, 17, Sault Ste Marie, Mich., drowned. Fern McLean, 16, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., drowned. Mrs. Howard was killed as a cat turned over near Turtle Lake. Bushey was killed late yesterday when his automobile was struck neat the Milwaukee county line by an Electric Rapid Transit train. Onj | car of the train overturned and th4 other caught'fire. At least one peri son was critically injured and oth' ers were bruised and out by glass. Mrs. Roskie was fatally hurt wheif hit by an auto on a highway In For est county. Altenburg was killed Sunday after: noon 'when his automobile collided with one driven by Joseph Bush, man, Galloway, near Knowlton In Marathon coimty. Mrs. Altenburq was taken to a hospital at Steverfs Poinfa with fractures of the right leg ' /and collar bone. 1 Southard and Schlinsong died in a Neillsville hospital Sunday of injuries^ received Saturday night when they:'were struck while walking on Highway 73, north of Neillsville. Elmo ! Barton, Neillsville, driver oC the aiitomobile, told authorities the men were in the center of the road. Hack was killed Saturday near the Racine county line when the automobile he was driving crashed into the side of a North Western freight train. ' Robertson ancl Miss McLean drowned yesterday afternon while swimming in Monocle lake, 25-mile3. west of Sault Ste. Marie.