Coutt's body was discovered by Alfred Rhea of 155 S. Wter St., who told police he stumbled over something [as] he went to visit a neighbor.
Police notifies Dr. J. P. Smarella, county coronor, who ordered the body removed to the Burford-Cole Funeral Home. His death was attributed to natural causes.
Coutts' auto, found by police parked in the street, was removed to McCartney's garage.
Mr. Coutts was born Oct. 16, 1902 in London, England.
He was employed as a credit manager for the Rubber Products Co. of Pittsburgh.
Mr. Coutts was a member of the Masonic Lodge and was a 32nd Degree Mason.
He leaves his mother, Mrs. Wlliam Coutts of Maplewood N. J. and a daughter, Mrs. Barbara McKinley, at home.
The body was removed to the Samson Funeral Home, Pittsburgh where services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday. Burial will be in Senset View Cemetery, Pittsburgh.