Ray C. Baliin Dies Suddenly
Raymond C. Baliin, 48, of 902V2 E. Second-st, slumped over the wheel of his car as it was being pushed by another vehicle Friday afternoon in front of his home, and died shortly afterwards, vic¬ tim of a heart attack.
His car would not start when he attempted to go after his wife Helen Baliin, operator at the tele¬ phone office, who was downtown shopping.
A friend, who had stopped to take a son, Ronnie Baliin, to work, was giving the Baliin car a push. He went to investigate when the car did not start and found Mr. Baliin slumped over the wheel. i-ff-t<?$**T
He called Mr. Ballin's mother, Mrs. Gwendolyn Baliin, who got in the car and tried to revive her son. In the excitement, she shut the door on her hand and suffered an injury. Mrs. Baliin arrived by taxi while revival efforts were be¬ ing made, and Sanders ambulance was called. Police were summon¬ ed to assist. Mr. Baliin was pro¬ nounced dead by Coroner Dr. C. R. Wood, who returned a verdict of death due to coronary occlusion.
Born in LaCarne April 25, 1908, Mr. Baliin is survived by his wife, Helen; mother, Mrs. Gwendolyn Baliin; two sons, Dixon and Ron¬ ald; a daughter, Sue Ann, and a brother, Orville Baliin. He was formerly in credit bureau work and a salesman.
The Rev. Orville Awe will con¬ duct funeral services at 10 a.m. Monday from Sanders funeral home and burial will be made in LaCarne cemetery.
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