JOY AND SADNESS COME WITH NEWS

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JOY AND SADNESS COME WITH NEWS

Cleveland Plain Dealer

Happiness or Gloom Seizes Ohio Relatives of Titanic Passengers

Memorial Services to be Held for Youngstown Business Man

Gladness mingled with grief yesterday when word came that two persons mourned by relatives in Cleveland as lost with the Titanic were safe. Roland Stanley, brother of Albert J. Stanley, 2031 E. 105th st, was not on board, according to a dispatch to the Collver Steamship agency. Thus was the measure of despair in the home lightened, but it was not removed, for there were no tidings of Earnes...
To J. P. Foley, 8917 Superior av NE., came a telegram from New York that his nephew, Victor Sunderland, 19, who was coming here to make his home, had been taken to St. Vincent's hospital, New York, from the Carpathis. Exposure in one of the Titanic's li...
But for the others who almost a week have sought word of kith and kin who sailed on the brief lived leviathan- nothing but the empty prospect that has loomed be fore them for days. Yesterday saw practically the last of all hopes. With the Carpathia in po...
One seeker, G. C. Hoyt, 7919 Franklin av NW, found word of his brother, W. F. Hoyt, formerly of Cleveland, but it was only to have his worst fears confirmed. An d although the brother was picked up by the Carpathia, the Clevelander had not even the satis...
With the removal of Stanley and Sunderland to the list of the living, one was added to the that of the dead, with a possibility of two others having gone the sa me way. At Ashtabula, O., Dr. Paul J. Collander received confirmation by cable of the sailing...
The two more possibly dead are Mary Gannon, sister of Owen Gannon, 5427 Mumford ct SE, and Mrs. James Mulle, 5638 Drake av SE and Herbert Tomlin, brother of Pet er Tomlin, 8716 Superior av NE. Advices received by the relatives here, however, simply state...
Charles Charlton, 2177 E. 93rd st, believed that the "M. Charlton" mentioned as a survivor is his mother. Mrs. Maria Charlton. She had written that she would sa il either on the Titanic or the Olympic. No confirmation of this had been received last night ...
Suspense among the many Cleveland friends of Rabbi Juda L. Manges, New York, was relieved yesterday when his brother, J. D. Manges of the Cleveland Athletic Cl ub got word that the rabbi and Mrs. Manges had been delayed in LOndon after the Titanic's sai...
Of the two young brides, Mrs. P. C. Corey and Mrs. V. F. Karnes, her friend, coming to visit in Cleveland, there was no word. Rev. R. A. George, 8602 Cedar av S E, Mrs. Corey's uncle, said last night that hope had been abandoned. Mrs. Corey's husband is...
Yesterday, Mrs. George left for Pittsburg where Mrs. Corey's parents live and where she was a school teacher for twelve years to arrange for memorial services. Sunday Rev. Mrs. George will take "The Tragedy of the Titanic" as his subject in Calvary Cong...
That was all the day's news regarding the life or death of Cleveland and other Ohio folks. The missing, though cut down by two, stood at nineteen. Mrs. Richard Otter and her 12-year-old son clung silently to each other as they recovered from their first realization that the husband and father was gone. They are still at the home of Otter's brother, William, at 2236 W. 101st st. Mrs. George Maylun, Colt rd NE, sobbed as she saw that there was no ray left. Her father, Richard Rouse, was still among the missing. "But, oh," she cried, "It's hard that we cannot even give him burial." At 3629 Scovill av SE, a sister of Morris Sirota called for word of the boy who was coming to visit her. Again-- there was no word. It was the same with Mrs. Margaret McCarthy, E. 36th st who has lost a sister, Catherine McGowan. The same with friends and relatives of Albert J. Stewart, Gall ipolis, O., George Hocking, Akron, O., of Harry Cotterrill and Andrew Bailey with who he was...
Another day had passed and this was all that could be said: no news. From New York last night was told the pathetic story of reunion of the Wick family of Youngstown, O. In the party of relatives was the 14-year-old son of Col. a nd Mrs. George D. Wick. Up till a few hours previously he had supposed both mother and father...
When the mother stepped from the gang plank the boy's happiness that one of his parenst had been spares, welling through his grief at the loss of others, moved even disinterested bystanders to tears. And when the sister, Mary Natalie, cam forward and th...
Citizens of Youngstown, O., met in the office of Mayor Hartenstein yesterday to arrange for a memorial service in honor of Col. Wick, He was interested in most of the steel industries and financial institutions of Youngstown, O. As a leading citizen of the municipality the memorial will be in charge of the city. A committee was named to ascertain the wishes of the family as to the time for the services. Council will adopt resolutions Monday night on the death of Col. Wick, as w ...
The flag on the Wick building, Youngstown, O., was placed at half mast yesterday afternoon, when it was established beyond doubt that Col. Wick had not been res cued. The bells of all the churches of Youngstown, O., will be tolled for five minutes Saturd...
The Bonnell party which included Miss caroline Bonnell, Youngstown O., and her aunt, Miss Elizabeth Bonnell, the latter a sister of William F. Bonnell, 1972 For d drive NE, probably will leave New York for Youngstown, O., Sunday night or Monday morning.
In the experience of the Wick family was evidenced the ghastly scrambling for passes to the dock. When the party of relatives, numbering seven, applied at the p ort surveyor's office they were told that twenty-seven dock passes already had been issued in ...

Related Biographies:
Caroline Bonnell
Elizabeth Bonnell
Mary Phyllis Elizabeth Corey
William Fisher Hoyt
Claire Karnes
Richard Otter
Edward Roland Stanley
Victor Francis Sunderland
George Dennick Wick

Relates to Ship:
Carpathia

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