Sanduskian Dies While On Visit To Native Land Karl IJ. Kuhn, well-known resident resident of this city, died at Blanken- lork, Germany, a few days ago, ac- rordlng to word received by his daughter, Mrs. Paul Trummep of W. Monroe-st. He had been a reel- dent of this city for the last 60 years and was aged 80 years. Mr. Kuhn left here on May 17 to visit his formpr birthplace and home in Germany and planned to retu,rn here in August. He had written many letters to his relatives here and told them how much he was en- Joying his vist. His birthplace was Hohnhurst. Germany. For many . ears he had been employed In the Big Four railroad shops and later was janilor at Madison school. Five years ago he resigned because of ill health but when his condition Improved Improved he decided to take the trip to Germany. He was a member of the Sandusky lodge. Knights of Pythias. Surviving him are his daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trummer of this city, a sister Mrs. ^ Caroline Hoffman, also of this city and another sister residing in Germany. Germany.