', Jamiray 17, 1936
William Darling, 59, of Detroit, a former resident of Elmore, and a brother of John W-. Darling of this place, died very suddenly in a hotel in Lexington, Ky.,at 1 A. M. Mon-
.day from a heart attack.
Accompanied by his wife he left
, Detroit. Saturday for Florida where they expected to spend the remain-
' der of the winter. They spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. Smith Welsh at the Waldorf hotel in To¬ ledo. Mr. Darling was not feeling at all well, but in the morning he felt much better and they continued on their way, stopping at Lexington for the night. Mr. Darling awoke about one o'clock, and not feeling well, was about to get up and take some medicine when he fell back onto the bed dead. Mr. Darling had been in failing health for a year or more. *-' i
Mr. Darling had been in the "em- ploy of the D. & C. Navigation Company in the capacity of freight and passenger solicitor for the past several years, going to Detroit from Oak Harbor where he had tieen agent for the Wheeling Railroad for many years. $
Funeral services were held in De- troit Thursday afternoon. -Albert Burman, who went to Lexington for the body, had charge of the funeral
| and burial.
Mr. Darling is survived' by his wife and one brother, John, of this* place. A son, Frank, died several years ago at the age of 21. •, *%
Many from Elmore and Oajc Hat-
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bor attended the funeral. *r ***
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