Tuesday, May 1, 1923, Page 8
Killed by Automobile
Wilhelm Was Born in Phillipsburg and Was Well Known
William K. Wilhelm, a native of Phillipsburg, and who was
well known here, was killed when he was struck by an autombile
in Hoboken Sunday morning. The accident happened just as he
alighted from a jitner.
The deceased had resided in Hoboken for a number of years,
and was in the employ of the American Express Company. He was
53 years old and resdied at No. 309 Tenth Street, Hoboken.
The autombile was driven by Charles Koch, of Hoboken. The
dtriver took the victim to St. Mary's Hosptial, where he was
Koch was teken into custody on a charge of manslaughter and
was later released in $2,500 bail.
Wilhelm is survived by his wife and a son, 12 years old. Abrother,
Calvin Wilhelm, of Phillipsburg, and a sister, residing in
Jersey City, also survive him.