Logansport Pharos Tribune July 5 1923

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Logansport Pharos Tribune July 5 1923 - PAGE TEN SUDDENATTACK PROVES FATAL TOA1SIPE...
PAGE TEN SUDDENATTACK PROVES FATAL TOA1SIPE Extra Pennsy Freight Conductor Dies Following Attack of Acute Indigestion Yesterday. A. V. Sipe, 44. residing at 60S Fourteenth street, died suddenly at the home of relatives in Saratoga, Indiana, Wednesday morn- Ing, following an attack of acute inidgestion, according to word received here. The man was ill but a few hours, Sipe was an extra freight conductor on the Pennsylvania, having but recently returned to the freight department from the passenger train service. He entered the service of the Logansport division on August 13, 1905. as a brikeman. He had been in the employ of the division continuously since that time. Mr. Sfee and his family, consisting of the wife and two children, Paul, nine, and Dorothy, four, ·were spending their vacation at the home of relatives in Saratoga. They left Logansport last week. Deceased had been in good health until the time of the attack yesterday morning. No announcement of funeral arrangements have reached here, but if is expected that the services and burial wiil take place at Saratoga. Is ! I in of big a and and family

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  1. Logansport Pharos-Tribune,
  2. 05 Jul 1923, Thu,
  3. Page 10

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