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 - I n i u r ies P rove Fatal 1 1 ■ t 1 ■ Joseph...
I n i u r ies P rove Fatal 1 1 ■ t 1 ■ Joseph Ottenschot | PARISH — Injuries suffered! Oswego County deputy sheriff, Thursday afternoon when a farm!James McDermott investigated! tractor overturned, proved fatal and Dr. John Anderson ot alex ia Joseph Martin Ottenschot. 52 ,'ico treated Mr, Ottenscnot at the. of Parish RD 2, who died Sun-scene. Sun-scene. Sun-scene. He was taken to the hos- hos- Mr. Ottenschot was born in Holland apd had resided in this; la contract baler and moved (equipment to the \arious farmsi under contract for the hpy day morning in the Oswegoj Hospital. Mr. Ottenschot suffered a frac tured back and internal injuries along with a compound fracture. !oi the left forearm and had been; critical condition smce Thursday afternoon when he He had osen wording wth ? Hn was a rrerr.ber of the Loval ;traetor cn the Martin Weber Order of Moose of Syracuse and' farm in thP Ballord Rd . Mexico » ™, n^.nt o7 St W^°-U!lns ■when the accident occurred. !ra,h„».- !ra,h„».- rhm* ;„ par„n Catholic Chutch in Parisn where Weber and several neighbor- neighbor- he had lived 15 years. He was a used another ti actor to, former resident of Syracuse and! iree tne injured man alter tneiHomer. ■eliicle had topnled o\er back ward to pin hjm to the ground Surviving besides his wife, |Mrs. Delia Greaon Ottenschot, !are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. jJohn Ottenschot of Homer; two daughters, Mrs. JoAnn Johnson | o£ SjTacuse and Mrs. Cecelia jDayger of Facrish; six grandchildren grandchildren ; and aires brothers. iGeorge and Leonard Ottenschot! of Homer and Merton Ottenschot] of Hochestsr. Minor Blaze Extinguished Engine Cos. 13 and 1. -with -with Rescue Squad and in:ck Co. 1. were called last night lo 103 Slocum Ave. to extinguish a minor firp wmch sent smoke through the heating system. .9;*' a-m. a-m. a-m. in the Barter Funeral-Knajdek. Funeral-Knajdek. Damei Harry and Mrs. Char-lKome Char-lKome Char-lKome here and at 9:30 a.m. in :otie .Massn, tenants, reported, s-. s-. s-. aim a wuwuc <*uurcn. our-,cue our-,cue _Sen-ices_ _Sen-ices_ _Sen-ices_ will be Tuesday at the fire. Mo fire damaae was sal w-jU w-jU w-jU be in Pleasant reported. The owner of the, Cemetery m Parish. Fneuds may. House -was -was listen as Ann -Ducail -Ducail at the funeral nome ilcn-.his ilcn-.his Eenzo, 220 Shonnard St. Iday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9

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  1. The Post-Standard,
  2. 27 Jul 1959, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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