Clipped From Lebanon Daily News
Man Dies In Car On New St. Arthur A. Jones, 52,456 New Street, died yesterday afternoon, apparently of a heart attack, behind toe wheel of his car. According to city police, Jones had just dropped off his wife in front of their home when he suffered the attack. His car drifted north on New Street, and struck the corner of the porch of the home of Dean Klinger, 463 New St., resulting in minor damage to the car but no damage to the proch. Dr. Robert Kline, deputy county coroner, said the cause of death was believed to be a heart attack, and an autopsy has been scheduled. Born in Lebanon, Jones was office manager of Kohl Bros., Myerstown. He was a veteran of World War II. He was a member of Friedens Lutheran Church, Myerstown; Mt. Olivet Lodge 704 F and AM; the Harrisburg Consistory; the Rajah Shrine: the Lebanon Shrine Club, the Keystone Fire Co., Myerstown, and the Liberty Fire Co., Lebanon. He was a former Republican committeeman in Myerstown. Survivors He is survived by his widow, Ruth Sherman Jones; two sons, Robert A., Hamburg, and Thomas C., Lebanon; his mother, Rachel, wife of Harry Wolfe, Lebanon; two sisters, Jeanette, wife of Frank Ail, Lebanon, and Marian, wife of Richard Ream, Lebanon; two step-brothers, . Kenneth S. Wolfe, Cleona, and Harry W. Wolfe Jr., Newark, Del., and a step-sister, Mildred, wife of Sandford Zug, Harrisburg. His father, Arthur A., preceded him in death in 1936.