j HENRY J. AMMANN
H£nry J. "Heine" Ammann* 62, tfied Sunday at his home, a vic¬ tim of a heart attack. He had been in ill health for some time. I Mr. Ammann, for many years, was operator of Heinie's Place on the Sand Road, east of Port Clin¬ ton. He formerly operated the
old Smpkfc Shop on Madison street.
native of Cincinnati, he was fcorjr on January 18, 1892. Suryl- frink are his widow, Nina;/twoi brothers Fred of Detroit and/WiK iam of Toledo; a sister Mrsi Hit- Ma. Read of Toledo; a daughter Mrs. Dorothy Berisiriger and a son Robert, both of Findlay.
Funeral services were held at
1 p.m. Thursday from the Nei-
| decker, Eberle, LeVeck funeral
1 home, With *the Rev. Paul Reese*
pastor of Trinity .Methodist
church officiating. Burial A^a§
ide in Riverside cemetery lj*
¦V , i.
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