Calvin Heilman, 79, Of Cleona, Dead, 6 June 1957. p.2
Ubanon Daily News, Libanon, Pa., Thursday, June S, 1957 today and of Ar- > Reynolds of Robert to meeting?. spc-j man Nathan Blshore, Retired Potato Grower, Dies (C»ntinn«* From T»ff OP«) raised from 25 to 55 acres of potatoes and got as much as 500 bushels to the acre one year. He did general farming for about 35 years. "Nate", as he was popular- toii's'deniedThe \v~ilf ask the judge ly known was active in the not-the "type of boy to g«t into trouble." All Out Legal Ftjjht Carroll said he volunteered to defend the young soldier and would take the case to the U.S. Supreme Court if necssary. Failing to obtain relief in the courts, Carrdty told the family tie would travel to Japan to defend Girard at his own expense. Carroll's writ charges that Girard's constitutional rights were violated and challenges the validity of the treaty under which the soldier was turned over to,Japan. Carroll told the Girard family that if the writ, to be presented this! before Judge Joseph McGarrity, ft!for an injunction against the Defense Department preventing them from turning Girard over to the Japanese until the issue is settled on legal and constitutional grounds. DIESEUS PREFERRED CHICAGO (UP) Locomotive Engineer E. C. Baxter, 70 t com- ipletes a half-century of railroad- Palmyra Church of the Brethren where he was Sunday School superintendent for two years and assistant superintendent for about 20 years. He was also a member of the Men's Bible Class and served as a deacon for several years Aside from church work, Nate was active in Lebanon Count Farm Extension work and a director of the Lancaster Produc- DEATHS and FUNERALS •Iwin Ursprung, 44, Passes Away Last Night Elwin Ursprung, 44, of 510 N. 10th St., died last night at the West .Reading Hospital of complications, following an illness of one year. He was a member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church and an employe of the Bethlehem Steel Company. He leaves his wife, Edith E. (Howard) Ursprung; two sons, Thomas and Jack, both at home; his mother, Mrs. Minnie Ursprung, Allentown; five brothers: William and Paul, both of Lebanon; Carl and Joseph, both of Ephrata, and Lt. Col. Allen J,, White Sands Proving Ground, New Mexico; as well as two sisters, Miss Florence, of Allentown, and Miss Betty, of Lebanon. Calvin Heilman, 79, Of Cleona, Taken By Death • • ' . \ Calvin E. Heilman, 79, a form* 237 E»st Maple died Wednesday of ing this month with the Chicago tion Credit Association. He was firing! & Northwestern Railway but he s a director of the Hummelstown urmg K i™ 1 " 1 ", .""."•• ,," , «.«"^i"« « i "^ ">-•»•"•«ran*< be' 1|lot nostalgic about the old coal fire Insurance Company, courts burners. "Those old sieain en- Retired In 1950 gmes broke your back, Baxter Smce_ his retirement IE Graveside Services Are Held For Yqrly Infant Rev. Robert C. KJingensmith, •said. "They jarred you to pieces. he and his wife, the former Lucy , t in 1950, Luther of the Seventh Street iiitheran Church, officiated at er resident at Street, Cleona, morning in the Burd and Rogers Evangelical Congregational In- finjjary, Myerstown. He had, been ill six months. He was a retired employe of the Crescent Truck Company, Lebanon. Heilman was a member of the Hill Evangelical and Reformed Church in Cleona; a past presi dent of the Cleona Fire Company. The, survivors are a daughter Elaine, wife of Dr. John E. Marshall, Stouchsburg; two grandchildren: brothers and sisters, Harvey Heilman and Mrs. George Houser. both of Lebanon; George Heilman, Cleona; Eugene Heilman, Norrislown; Mrs. Mary Hostetter, Baltimore, Md. ' His wife Laura (Moyer) Heilman, preced ed him in death.