Publlitttd .Every Evmlng (Except Saturday) and Sunday Morning by Miami N*w>pap«n,,lnc offices suddenly the Goodrich Worker, James Cousatte, Dies in Accident James Cousatte, 36, a production employe at the B. F. Goodrich plant in Miami the past nine years, was fatally injured this morning while it his job of curing inner tubes. Circumstances contributing to the accident are Being investigated, investigated, company officials reported. It was the first fatal accident at the local plant since production started there on Feb. 28, 1945. Unconfirmed reports were that Cousatte was killed when.a heavy mold fell on his head. His body was received at Cooper Cooper Funeral home shortly before 10 a.m. and was taken to Biddlecome Funeral home, Seneca, Mo., early this afternoon. Cousatte, a lifelong resident of the Peoria and Oak Grove communities communities of Ottawa .county, resided resided on a farm 12 miles northeast of Miami. He was a member of the Peoria Assembly of God church. Surviving are his wife, the former former Miss Wanda Stoner, and a son, Arthur Wayne Cousatte, 16, both of the home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cousatte of Peoria; a brother, Jack Cousatte, Baxter Springs, and a sister, Mrs. Wanda Mercer, Miami.