A state-wide search is underway today for Lloyd Dibert,
51, an EOD employee for 24 years, who has been missing since 8:15 a:m. Tuesday when he left his home at 610 Jack- son-st for an errand downtown.
On sick leave from his position as a yardmaster at EOD, Mr. Dibert had been suffering with terrific head pains re¬ sulting from a sinus infection. He had visited a doctor Mon¬
His worried wife contacted police yesterday asking that a search be made. They have been married 28 years. Mrs. Dibert said there seemed nothing out of the ordinary Tuesday when her hus¬ band left to go downtown for cig¬ ars. He said he would be back shortly.
He was driving the family car, a 1956 Studebaker, two tone tan and yellow, license number 6973P. He wore a dark green shirt and trousers work outfit, a grey sweat er, and an engineer's hat. His EOD badge cannot be located at home and Mrs. Dibert believes he was wearing it.
Mr. Dibert is five feet ten and a half inches tall and weighs 185 pounds. He has gray hair and wears glasses. Well liked and pop¬ ular, Mr. Dibert had an outstand¬ ing employment record. His sup¬ ervisor told Mrs. Dibert this mor¬ ning that he had complained last week of the head pains.
Mrs. Dibert is worried that an amnesia condition may have de¬ veloped, and is appealing for any¬ one who may have seen him since