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Lyman Litman, aged 67, of 13 Shady Lane, city plumbing inspector, was seized by an heart attack, super-induced by the heat, and succumbed at Endsley, 53 Oakland avenue.
Her death was attributed to heart disease and probable heat prostration. Litman had complained of feeling ill Monday evening but walked down town as was his usual custom. He reported to his offices yesterday morning and greeted City Hall attaches in the same genial manner.
Within an hour, he had told friends of the heat, and was seized with a heart attack. While talking with Emil W. Garwood in his office Tuesday morning, Mr. Litman suddenly keeled over. Death was apparent before arrival of medical assistance. This is the second death in the family in little over a year, a daughter, Phoebe, having passed away in the Litman home at that time.
A week ago, a son, Denny, was rushed to the hospital in Morgantown, W. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Mary Schimele Litman, and the following children: Walter, at home; Kurtz, Wilson, Pa. Grace Cottrell, Pacific Beach, Cal.
Funeral services for Mr. Litman will be conducted at 2: Plummer Harvey of the Third Presbyterian church, will officiate, and burial will be in Oak Grove cemetery. LaClair was one of the best known older residents of Uniontown. She was a daughter of Mr. Rollo McCann of Masontown, and was the last surviving member of the family.
She was a member of Class 13 of the Third Presbyterian church of Uniontown. In addition to Mrs.
Endsley she leaves the following other children: Funeral rites will be held at Sollenberger, pastor of the Brethren church, will officiate, and burial will follow in Park Place cemetery under the direction of J. She is survived by her husband, Orville L. LaClair; one daughter, Mrs.
Irene LaClair Conaway, Hopwood. She was a member of the Third Presbyterian Church and Class Friends are being received in the Gleason Funeral Home, E. Fayette Street, where services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. Interment will be in Park Place cemetery.
Class 13 will meet in the funeral home today at 2 p. He was a retired employee of the South Union Township roads department.
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