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C. M. FRANKUAUSER LAKESIDE, July 6 —C. M. fFrankhauser, 65, of Bettsville, died of a heart attack at the W. C.T. U. cottage in Lakeside, where he and his wife were hosts, Thursday -morning. The body has been taken to Tiffin where funeral arrangements will be made- INK 'boring Deaths ar»«rl Funerals TAD ERWIN ALLEN NORWALK. July 6 —Funeral services for Tad Erwln Allen will be held from the Laible Funeral Home at 2:30 p. m. Saturday, with the Rev. Kendal North officiating. Burial will be in Milan. Death occurred in Memorial Hospital here. Mr. Allen was born in Van Wert and had lived in this community 35 years. A son Norm, of [Norwalk; a daughter, Mrs. Grace Keysor of Weedsport, N. Y.; J 4 grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Sum ner Walters of Van Wert, two brothers; Ern Allen of Wellington|SERGEANT RAY CHERRY and Frank Allen of Gary, Ind., and a number of nieces and ephews, survive. MRS. JACOB NICKOLI NORWALK, July 6—Mrs. Jacob Nickoli, 68, who died yesterday t her home. No. 1 Lee Court, here, is survived by her husband, Jacob Nickoli. Sr., daughters, Mrs. Alfred Simon of Norwalk: Mrs. Gilbert Rossman, ' Mrs. Edward Rrown, Mrs. Ross "Brown. Mrs. Clarence Rickard and Mrs. Eugene Fox, all of Sandusky; two sons, Jacob, Jr., and Gilbert, both of Norwalk; 15 grandchil dren; sisters, Mrs. Joseph Wid man of Norwalk; Mrs. William Ackerman, Norwalk; Mrs. William Wechter of Huron; brothers, Frank, John, Joseph and Aloys ius Landoll, all of Norwalk; and Leo and Edward of Cleveland. She was a member of St. Paul's Catholic Church and also a mem ber of the Ladies* Auxiliary of the Knights of St. John and the Altar Society. Funeral services will be at St- Paul's Catholic Church Saturday at 10:30 a. m. with the Rev. Albert Pessefall, officiating. Burial will be in St. Paul's Cemetery. Born in Henrietta-tp where he spent his entire life, Mr. Delli-i field was a proment farmer and! business man of that community He was a member of the Henrietta Evangelical and Reformed Church. Henrietta Grange. 1053, board of directors of the Kipton Elevator, and a former member of the Henrietta board of education. Surviving are his wife, Jessie: one daughter, Shirley; a son, Maynard, both at home; his father. George Dellifield, who made his home with his son; and a sister. Miss Martha Dellifield, Henrietta The body is at the L. D. Ger ber Funeral Home and on Saturday will be returned to the residence, where friend* may call and where services will be at p. m. Sunday, the Rev. Robert Beck, officiating. Burial will be in Birmingham Cemetery. Ohio sessions proposed state parks ness Tune A committee additions came They had house appropriation ly HURON. July 6—Services for Sergeant Ray Cherry, who died in Percy Jones Hos'pital, Battle Creek, Mich., Wednesday, will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday at the Wright M. Stein Funeral Home, the Rev. Ray S. Utterback, pastor of the First Congregational Church, Sandusky, officiating. Burial will be in McMillan Cemetery. Hopkins Gets Garment Union Worker Position MRS. ROSE KRAMER NORWALK, July 6—Mrs. Rose Kramer, 847" died at her home north of the city. She was the widow of Frank Kramer, who died in 1924. Surviving are the sons, Frank, Charles and August, all of Norwalk; two daughters, Louise Wyckoff of Milan, and Rose Fisher of Norwalk; 12 grandchildren, eight great grandchildren; a sister, Louise Ackerman of Milan, and a brother, Henry Sattig of Norwalk. Funeral services will be at 9:30 a. m. Saturday from St. Paul's Catholic Church, here, the Rev. Fr. Friemoth officiating. Burial w}ll be in St. Anthony's Cemetery at Milan. NEW YORK, July 6 (/P)—Harry L. Hopkins, for 12 years a key government figure and Presiden tial adviser, today stepped into a new diplomatic role—as impartial chairman of the New York women's coat-and-suit industry. His appointment to the post was announced by David Dubinsky, president of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, who"" said Hopkins would assume his new duties after a few weeks' rest. Hopkins will preside over labor- management contracts, arbitrate disputes, settle industrial problems and generally promote harmony in the gigantic $500,000,000-a-year industry. LOUIS H. DELLIFIELD WAKEMAN, July 6—Lorain-co Coroner S. C- Ward today returned verdict of death from self-inflicted wounds in the case of Louis H. Dellifield, 52, prominent Henrietta farmer, who died Thursday evening at Allen Hospital, Oberlin. REPORT BOTH MISSING LONDON, O., July 6 (UP) Wherever Mark Ames goes his squirrel is sure to follow—so both of them were listed as AWOL from the Lebanon honor camp today. Ames, who was sent to the London Prison Farm from Ohio State Penitentiary in 1937 where he was serving a life sentence for second degree murder, walked away from the farm yesterday. Today his pet squirrel is miss ing, too. WHITE SERVICE MONDAY FREMONT, July 6 — Military funeral services will be held Monday, 2 p. m-, at Hayes Memorial Church, here, for First Lieut. Millard (Mernie) White, 25, who was killed in an airplane crash at Fort Sumner Army Air Base New Mexico, Tuesday. The body will be returned to the home of the father, Marlin (Dod) White manager of the Fremont Green Sox, Saturday.