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MOLDER KILLED on were were the When the attendant, by relieved HOME arrest Wcd- p gun. AS TON CASTING SLIPS OFF CRANE Edward E. Baerman Is Victim Of Shop Accident --Rites At Church iktward B. Baerman, 44, erf 232 Vine street, vÂ»s killed almost instantly Wednesday afternoon in ihe foundry of the Niles Tool Worte Go., North Third street, when he was crushed by a liOOO-pound casting wh : ch he had Just hooked to a. Baerman has been employed as a mold ex at the shop for many years, and was one of the most popular in the foundry. He had just" turned over a 'flask and had hooked it lp the "slings" the crane, to -be canned to another part, of the shop. The flas'K Was raised less than four feet in the air Iho coupling broke loose and tihe foil on tap of Baerman, pinning beneath it. His chest was ci-uahed. In knocking him to the floor his was thrown against a matlhine, tun'ng it im two places. ' The crane was used in lifting flask from Bacrman's body. It is believed' hi s 1'fc was snuffed out im- mcxMately, although he was removed to Mercy Hospital In the 'police ambulance iii diarge. of Sergeant Earl W'alch. Cormier Ed ward'Cook will return ycrd'cl of accidental death. Edward E. K-aerman is. survived n widow; Mrs. Clara Baerman; two sons, Charles and James Baerman; mother, Mrs. Louise Baerman; four sisters, Mrs. Chris Hieb, Mrs. Louis Buddo,.of Washington D. C.; Mrs. George. Hotter, of Dayton, Ohio, Miss Magdalena Baerman; rlwo brothers, George and -Walter fBaerman. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 8:30 a. m. from the 232 Vine street followed by Requiem High Mass at the St. Stsphxn at 9 a. TO.. Interment will be St. Stephen cemetery, l'Viend s m'ay view the remains after 2:30 p. m. Friday.