TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29,1937 THE LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA. »QRT PUBLIC LiBRARi PAGE SEVEN Of AnastasiaHeld UnderHigi) Prosecutor Says His Life Also Is In Danger; He Denies It NEW YORK W—Albert Anastasia's bodyguard, Anthony Coppola, was held in $50,000 bail Monday as a material witness in the gangster's assassination. The district attorney's office said .Coppola's life is in danger, too. Asst. Dist. Atty. Alexander Herman told General Sessions., Judge Abraham .N. Geller, who ordered Coppola held: "If this man walks out, it may very well be the beginning of- open warfare by the hoodlums in this city." Coppola was strangely absent last Friday morning when .two masked gunmen waylaid Anastasia arid shot him to death as he relaxed in a barber chair in the Hotel Park Sheraton. "There's nothing on earth I fear," remonstrated Coppola, 49. "I was just a friend, of. his . I haven't an' enemy in the world, and I thought Mr. Anastasia hadn't any either. May God have mercy' on his soul wherever he Fuifon GJ. Native, Theodora Combs Dies; Rites if Rochester ROCHESTER-nFinal rites will be conducted at the Foster-Good funeral home at 1:30- p.m. today for Theodc-re Combs,. 54, a native of Leiters Ford, who died Saturday at Chicago after -an illness of six years. Rev. F. I. Wdllmert officiate arid burial. will be in the Rochester IOOF cemetery. He was formerly associated- with Ms mother in the Overmyer poultry business here. He was -born July 2, lf)03 .the son of • Clyde and Ruby Combs. His wife; Ethel Milliser, died 'several years ago. Survivors include the mother; a daughter, Mrs. Gene Tippy',, Rochester; three half-sisters, Mrs. -Jack Gravey, South- -Bend; Mrs. Lloyd Beehler, Argos; and Mrs. Herschel Roberts, Anaheim, Calif; -two 'half- brothers, Robert Overmyer, Rochester, and James Overmyer, Indianapolis; and two aunts, Mrs. Minnie Cannon, Kewanna',' and Mrs. Clyde Lough, Rochester. is. Witness In Danger However, Herman declared in court: "From what I have learned from police officials, I am convinced that this witness, himself, is in immediate danger .of meeting the same fate as the subject of this investigation." Coppola has received considerable attention from authorities, especially with evidence that someone apparently fingered An- astasila less than two hours before the/slaying. .The- paunchy Coppola told reporters he. knows nothing about the assassination. But police said Coppola was uncooperative during lengthy questioning. Holding him as a material witness could indicate polity think Coppola knows more than -he's telling, or merely that more toe is- needed to .question him and check bis story. Oh the surface, at least, the investigation into the sensational slaying of th e old. Murder, Inc., mob's chief executioner seemed to be getting nowhere. There was speculation that a gang war already is- underway and that Anastasia's murder will not be the last of its kind." During the day, Anastasia went to a lonely grave without any of the fanfare, that gangland customarily grants its own. There were about' 30 persons at a Hknin-ute funeral service for the victim. Amastasia had,a hand in an estimated 63 •murders-for-hire in the 1930's by the old Murder, Inc., mob, the enforcement arm of the nation's crime syndicate. i In death,'Anastasia was rejected by the Roman Catholic church into which he was born in a small Italian fishing village. He was denied Catholic burial as a "public and manifest sinner." II GALL Final 'rites for Anna Gall, 74, of 508 Shaw, will be held at the Chase- Miller chapel at 1:30 p.m. today with Rev. Kenneth Brady officiating. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. CAR BADLY-DAMAGED — Impact of the car driven by Estil Whitehead t 55, of 117 Seventh, Sunday when it struck the front of a Sixth street store, drove the right front wheel back under the engine. The car first hit a parked panel truck. Police placed four counts against Whitehead. Fortunately the car struck the brick; pillar of the store-instead'of a window. .(Press-photo-engraving.) SMITH Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie Smith, 1615 Miles, will be.'conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Chase-Mailer funeral . home.-with Rev. Kenneth - Brady in charge. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. The G.I.A. Ladies Auxiliary will hold ritualistic services at 7 p.m. today, 'followed at 7:30 p.m. B. of, L.F. and E. Ladies Auxiliary services and at 8 p.m. with O.E.S. rites. BAIR Last rites will.be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday 'at the McCloskey-<Hamilton chapel for Claude Albert Bair, 52, route 3, Logamsport who-died Sunday in Illinois. Rev. Raymond Echo-Is will officiate and burial will be in Mount Hope .cemetery. PITMAN Rev. Harold King will officMe at final rites for Edward E. Pitman, 901 Market, at the Kroeger fuoanal home at 10:30 a.m. today. Burial will be in South Mound cem- metery, New Castle. Shantz Rates Best Comeback Won Eleven Games For Yanks This Season !NEW YORK W— Bobby Sbantz rallied from a 2-7 pitching record in 1956 to, win.11 games and the American League's earned rum championship the past season. He wag an important factor in the pennant drive of^ the New York Yankees. For his performance, the. 32- year-old lefthander Monday, was credited with having made the American. League Comeback of the Year in 1957 in a. vote -by members of the Baseball Writers Assn. of America. Sixty-nine of, the 152 participating writers in the annual Associated Press-poll voted for Shantz. Gene Woodling, -. Cleveland outfielder, was namexJ on 32 ballots. Ted Williams of Boston, .who won the league's batting title for the fifth time, was; third with 15 votes. He was followed by Washington outfielder Roy Sievers and Baltimore pitcher Billy Loes. Each had nine. Shantz, who.at 5-6% is.the shortest player in the majors, was acquired from Kansas City last February. Although tabbed for bullpen duty . by manager .Casey Stengel, he became the club's top . southpaw following an injury to Whitey Ford. In the .first two months of the season he looked every inch the pitcher he was in 1952 when a 24-7 record with. Philadelphia brought him the circuit's. Most Valuable Player Award. Bobby went into a slump after mid-season but again came on strong in the final month' to nose out teammate Tom Sturdivant for the earned run,crown with a 2.45 mark. 1 The recent campaign, of course, was his most productive since 1952. Plagued by a sore arm most of the time, he compiled a 5-9 record in 1953, 1-0 in 1954, and 5-510 in 1955. SET SEAL RITES PBRU-HFuneral Ernest. Ellsworth services for Bean will be held from the Drake-FJowers chapel 2 p.m. Tuesday. The Rev. E. M. Cornelius will officiate. Cremation wiH follow and the ashes •will- be .interred at the Mt, Hope .ouise Floyd, Former Peru Resident, Dies if Indianapolis Home 'PERU—Mrs. Louise S. (KoWs) Floyd, 67 of Indianapolis, foirmer- ly of Peru died Saturday due to a stroke. Born in Peru, Dec. 15, 1889, she was the daughter of Julius- and Louise (Conra-dt) Kohls. She moved from Peru to Indianapolis in 1925. . Survivors include her husband, Arnold; two sisters, Mrs. W. C. Benton, Peru and Mrs. Elmer Haeht, Fulton;- a' brother, Walter Kohls of Logansport and several •nieces and .nephews. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.an. Tuesday at the -Jordan Funeral Home in Indianapolis. Burial will take plaice at 2 p.m. in 'Mount Hope cemetery in Peru. The casket will be opened at the grave. Kokomo Man Escapes Serious Injury In Accident Near Peru PERU—Raymond D. Politz, 3? of route 2, Kokomo, escaped, serious injury late Saturday night when he fell asleep at the wheel about three and one-half miles north of Peru "on U. S. 31. Politz was fined a total of $16.75 in the J. P. court at Mexico. car was damaged about According, to state_ and county officers, who investigated, the car went off the road on the right side, crossed the .abutment, went into a ditch, sideswiped a utility-pole and went back down the embankment. His $600. Peru Man Fined For Public Intoxication PERU — In city court Monday afternoon one. person was fined. He' was Harry Beard, 24, 108. West Canal, who entered a plea of guilty to a charge of public intoxication. . The case of John'McIntosh, 42 of Peru, charged, with public intoxication was taken under .advisement. Robert Tucker, 35, 61 E. Riverside Drive,'was released to support his-family.'He was arrested last week for failure of support. Marion BelLof Peru, who was arrested over the .past week-end for public intoxication became-ill at the jail Monday afternoon and was removed to Dukes hospital in the Drake-Flowers ambulance. K.C/S Discuss Plans For Dance joe Scagnoli Band To Play Thursday Evening Plans were made- at ,a meeting of the Knights of Columbus last night for a . tri-parish dance for adults and teenagers, to be held Thursday evening at' the K. C. hall, sponsored by the Catholic activities committee. Joe Scag' noli's band will play. There will be no charge for admission and costumes are optional. About 100 members were present for last night's meeting, which began at 6:30 p.m. A, ham and bean dinner followed the business meeting. The council will have the annual memorial communion Sunday morning, Nov. 10, at the St.- Bridget's church. After services at the church,' the group will attend breakfast at the K.C. hall. Francis Perrone will be the toastmaster and William E." Schaefer, past grand knight of Msgr. Downey council at Indianapolis, will be the principal speaker. He is the present chairman of the state K. C. oratorical contests committee. It was decided that the Nov. 10th date will be father-daughter event but anyone without a daughter may attend. Body In Field Just Off US 24 2 Months FORT WAYNE, Ind. The body of a man identified as a native of Algiers, La., was found in a field 75 feet from U. S. 24 five males east of New Haven Monday. A social security card on. the body identified the man as Eddie A. Lirette. , Coroner Edgar Mendenhall said he had died two or three " months ago, apparently of natural causes. Deacon Grange Postponed Due To Flu Juvenile grange carnival, which was scheduled for Wednesday evening 'at the" Deacon Grange hall, has been postponed" because of the flu epidemic. Future date for the event has not yet been set. Members are asked to bring gifts for Riley and Veteran hospital patients when the Deacon Grange' group meets on Nov. 13. Refreshment committee members are: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fouts, Mr. and 'Mrs. William Stewart, and Mr. and Mrs.- Everett Seagraves. Manderes Holds Edge In Turkey; FwYillW Man He Beat Heads Nation Until Parliament Elects President By WEBB MCKINLEY ISTANBUL (£)• — Opponents of Child Seeking Warmth Af Stove Fatally Burned SOUTH BEND, Ind. tffl — A 4- year-old South Bend girl, 70 per cent of her body covered by. burns, died late Monday after her clothes were ignited by an electric stove e e a r which) she huddled ' for warmdh. Mrs. Lonzo Brazier told .author ities she returned home from. a visit to a neighbor and found her dau-ghter, Ernestine^ in flames. The mother'put out the fire, but the girl died later in a hospital. Mrs. Brazier said she had turned on the. stove to provide warmth for the house. TRACTOR DRIVER KILLED NEW ALBANY, Ind. (^-Julius Trostrick, 42, a Floyd County farmer, died in the hospital,-here Monday shortly after his tractor was struck by an auto.on Ind. 64 near his home outside .Georgetown.. •. ";-„• Asst. Prosecutor Herbert Neville, filed a charge of reckless homicide against the motorist,' Huey L. Ramsey, 21, New Albany. Premier Adnan Manderes cried foul Monday .night after the thumping victory of .his' Democrat par;y in Turkey's national election. The unofficial but final count showed the Democrats' won 432 seats of the new 610-seat parliament in the voting Sunday, outdrawing their opponents in 47 of the nation's. 67 provinces. Menderes' leading rival, ex- President. Ismet Inonu of the People's Republican party, told a news conference the. Republicans are lodging official complaints in each of the 47,provinces they lost. Inonu, 73, said the Democrats iused police to interfere with voting, announced their, victories over the state radio while voting was still going on and packed registration lists. "Under these conditions, I wonder which party really won and which really lost," Inonu said. He said 'he .had made these complaints in ,a' telegram to Men- deres but was entering no official protest himself .'..leaving this instead to; party organizations in ten provinces. Cut Into Majority *IDespite Menderes' victory, some .Republicans consoled themselves with the fact they had cut solidly into the 'huge, majority he has enjoyed in Parliament since 1954. ...--. • The Republicans won 1170 seats, according to the final count, with the Freedom and Nation parties getting four seats each.- Three years ago Menderes- won.all.but 38 seats in the National Assembly. The government itself showed no. sign of worry, at. Republican complaints, and prepared for the opening of fche new Assembly Nov.:l. . . This promised, ; however, to be stormy. Under: the Turkish con>- stitution, the Assembly's first act is to elect its. president. But,, .until the' new President, is chosen, the Assembly meets under the. lea'der- jship of .its senior member—- who is Inarm.:. -"-••; • With Monu's. strong, if informal complaints' of .'irregiilarities .in/the election, there is a good prospect of fireworkds.- Sobell Loses NewEffortFor Retrial Of Case Supreme Court Refuses To Review Spy Conviction Again By KARL R. BAUMAN WASHINGTON UP) -, Morton So- beU, convicted with Eiihel and Julius Rosenberg of ; atomic" espionage, got still another setback from the Supreme Court Monday in his legal fight to get out of prison. The court rejected without comment a petition asking that it reverse itself and grant Sobell a review of his conviction. It was the seventh time the ourt has turned down applications of one-sort or another in So- t>eU' 5 behalf, each time leaving the conviction undisturbed. Sobell, now 38, is serving a 30- year sentence in Alcatraz. The Rosenbergs were executed in June 1953. - SobeU's latest request for a Supreme Court hearing was hitched to fche cross-examination of Mrs. Rosenberg when she testified in her own behalf in U. S.-District Court in New York. Mirs. Rosenberg, in her direct testimony, denied involvement in the conspiracy to feed atomic secrets to Russia. ^ Ducked Questions In cross-examining her, government prosecutors brought out that she had-claimed fine Fifth • Amendment privilege against self - incrimination before the grand jury which indicted'" her, to .the same questions she answered in her direct .testimony. . Sobell, who did not take the witness stand, contended in his latest appeal that this cross-examina- iipn had an adverse effect upon iiim and 'caused the trial to lack "essential fairness," _-. SobelTgi .attorneys -relied 1 heav- ly on a decision of the Supreme Court last year fchat it was wrong "or the 'prosecution. to, bring out LOOKS BETTER ON HER-. Providing a lovely "shescape" of her own curvaceous Joan ^ Gordon looks back, but not in anger, at the seaside in Miami Beach, Fla.'- Although ithe terry pullover beach shirt she's wear-. ing was designed for masculine usec Joan, does Princeton's Coach To Undergo Surgery PiRliNQETON,. N. , J; CaldweH,... Princeton .University's ailing football coach; was .taken to a. hospital Monday for possible surgery.' Caldwell, 56, has been on medical leave i from his post, as : head football coach: since Sept. 23. -,His physician,. ,Dr. '."J. Mercer Rampona, said Caldwell is "seriously ill." • "Mr. Caldwell has been unable" to throw off the,- enervating effects of a lingering, deeply rooted infection,". said Rampona., During, his absence from the •university, Richard. Colrnan: -has been acting as head- football coach. ,.-•-"'. ROCHESTER BREAK-IN; : .iROCHESTEKT .'"—Tie Rochester Farm Bureau Co-op..-was entered .over the /week end"'but nothing was apparently .taken, according to a .report to,city police by Robert Kerri 'inanagier,' • The break-in was "discovered by an employe Monday morning. own behalf'had invoked- the Fifth Amendment before the grand jury. Stocks Trading Hits A New Low Coppers And Selected Issues Buck Trend NEW YORK' GB—Trading on .the stock market dwindled to a three- week low Monday as prices slipped generally. Coppers • and other selected issues bucked fee trend with moderate gains. The losses . among key stocks were,mostly within the range'of a point or so; Advances were 'around the,same range. •Monday's volume of 1,800,000 shares was fche lowest since Oct. 4 and'- compared with '2,400,000 shares on Friday when the market already was beginning to take a rest after last week's huge gyrations. Every' other day last week was above the.four million share level. •Some stocks-, such as Ford and Texas Co., were boosted to fair gains by good earnings' •• reports. But the overall picture of third quarter financial reports which are now reaching flood tide was mixed. Caution -was' apparent as most Wall Street analysts looked for a testing' of last week's lows before a sustained rally can be anticipated. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks dij)iped 70 cents to $156.00 with the industrials down $1.30, the'rails down' $1.10. and' the utilities, up 20 cents. Of 1,162 issues traded, a comparatively' narrow market compared with four out of •• five sessions last week, 570 declined and 340 rose. There were' 52 new lows for the year and no new highs. Of the 15 most--active stocks, 10 fell, 4 rose and one was unchanged. On fche American . Stock Exchange .prices were mixed on volume of • 660,000 shares compared with 830,000 Friday. Refuses To Testify Af Private Hearing MEMPHIS tB—A white woman who shielded a Negro' schoolgirl during 'Little iRock's integration uproar refused .to testily at a closed session of the Senate Ih- t 'e r n a 1 Security Subcommittee hearing Monday. "Anything.! say will be out here in open .court,"- said Mrs. Grace Lorch of Little Rock in.an angry recess exchange wdth Sen. Jewner (<R-Ind). "I'll see you up a .tree before I'll go into any executive session." Mrs. Lorch said she had no lawyer and had been given no time to hire one. Sen. Jenner, presiding in the absence-of the chair- mam,- Sen. Eastland (D-Miss), gave her 24 hours -to obtain' counsel. Kidnaping Charge Against Pen Escaper POCATELLO, Idaho UP) —- The FBI\ filed dhar-ges^ of kidnaping Monday against an escaped convict who took seven hostages and led police a weekend chase across Montana - and Idaho. The charges were filed both in Butte, Mont., and in Tocatello against Wfflard Arthur Brown, 23, Tonawanda, N.Y. Brown was ar- that a defendant testifying in his raigned here before U.S. Commissioner Don Bistline. He waived a .preliminary hearing : and- was bound over to U.S. District Court. Boy Hurt While Playing Football; Woman Hurt In Fall At Her Home Two local persons were taken in •the Kroeger ambulance to St. Joseph's hospital, : where they were treated and kept for observation after sustaining injuries Monday. Pat O'Reilly, 16, coa_ of Mr. and Mrs'. C. P O'Reilly, 919 Broadway, suffered a dislocated hip while playing football at Riverside park. .Mrs, Mary Muckenfuss, 81, of 1721 Spear, fell at her'home and sustained a shoulder injury. The extent of injury was unknown,. TireSlasbing In Union Fight Was Arranged Witness Tells Probers It Was To Discredit The Union WASHINGTON (/P) — James R- Donoghue, a Sears Roebuck & Co. employe, testified Monday he allowed the 'tires on his car to be punctured and his windshield smashed to discredit fche Retail Clerks Union in the Boston area. • He bold a .special'. Senate inquiry .group that the wrecking job took place on a parking lot across the street from a Sears Roebuck & Co. store just before the store's 1 employes were to vote on representation by the Clerks Union. The Clerks lost their organizational fight. The drive took place in 1953 and is now being investigated by a. Senate committee assigned to look into allegedly improper laborHmaeagement relations. It was not broUight out wtoo had suggested damaging Donoghue's car. Committee counsel Robert F. Kennedy said he would not attempt to pin the blame'on anyone but that he would 'ask Dono- gtae whether he had" discussed the "wrecking" with John . Lind, identified as an organizer for the Laundry Workers. Kennedy said the Laundry Workers were representing the Teamsters Union in a. jurisdictional fight with the Clerks .over organizing Sears stores in' the Boston area. Donoghue, a Sears employe who lives in West Newton, Mas?-.. agreed that he had talked with Lind. Asked whether he had received any money from Lind or anyone' else for influencing people in favor of the Teamsters rather than the Clerks, he said he received $125.. Donoghue replied "yes" when asked whether Lind had 'arranged his transfer to a better job. CHARGED WITH DUI Jack Hollis, 23, route 1, Royal 'Center, was jailed yesterday charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. He was arrested by John Gaylor, state trooper. WOMAN FOREMAN ATLANTA i#>—A- federal -grand jury elected women as foreman and -deputy foreman Monday. Court' officials said it was the first time they knew of a woman heading a U.S. grand jury in, the United States. Five Assessed In Local Justice Court Five motorists were assessed Monday in the local justice court. All were fined $1 and cists. Jerry' Strickler, 43, of 227 E. Miami, was arrested Saturday by Trooper Wagenknecht and charged with speeding. James McCall, 53, route 1, Idaville, was arrested Sunday and charged by Trooper Keyes with improper passing. . Rose Simmons, 48, of Culver, was arrested by Keyes Sunday and charged with failure to stop for an automatic stop signal at Galvestori. Howard Bates, 26, Onward, vfSs arrested and charged b^y Keyes with speeding Saturday. Charles Yard, 23, of 128% E. Miami; was arrested by Keyes-.Saturday and charged with improper passing. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Weaver, route 2, a son. Admitted: Carl Clark, route 1, Kokomo; Estel Whitehead, 119 Seventh; Lee Lowe, route 1, Royal Center; Mrs. Iva Cook, 1340 North Third; Mrs. -Betty Batty, Star City; Miss Linda Swayze, route 2, Camden; Miss Helen Beatty, 1204 North. Dismissed: Mrs. Ella Barr, route 1, Royal Center; Master 883 West Mel- Nellie Engstrand, Casper Benn, bourne; Mrs. 819 Race; Paul Benefiel, 400Vi West Market; Charles Bowerman, Camden; Mrs. Everett demons and son, Oak; Master Steven Reed, route 1; Mrs. Donna Swartzell, route 1, Royal Center; Mrs; James Tribbett and son, Burrows. Born ST. JOSEPH'S to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robertson, . 1625 Spear street, a daughter. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miller, 1706 North, a daughter. , ; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Blake, 1925% Spear are-parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ellis, 820 East'Market are parents of a daughter. Admitted: Mrs. Mary Muckenfuss, 1721 Spear; Patrick O'Reilly", 919 East Broadway;. George Ellison, route 4; Mrs. Kathryn Hoover, Peru; Miss Shirley Randolph, 1528 Liberty; Maurice Fitzgerald, 1406 Smead,- Mrs. Dorothy Asbby, 114 Eel River; Mrs. Mary Crabb,* 1101 Wheatland; Victor Clements, route 1, Lucerne; Mrs 1 . Gladys Snell, route 1, Bringhurst; Mrs. Pearl Hubley, Peru; ,baby Julie Jean Jones, Walton; Mrs, Frances Sumrak, Winamac; Master- Alvin Prough, Walton. Dismissed: Arthur McGinnis, Union hotel; Robert Haugh, 714 North Third: Mrs. Anna Rossi,1315 Erie; Mrs. Lillian Weser, Spear; Mrs. Delia Miller, High; Mrs. Hattie Barney, 2225 1530 730 Sixteenth; William Wagner, 220 East Broadway; Mrs. Blanche Fites, Winamac; Mrs. Donald Budd and' daughter, Winamac; Mrs. - Franklin , Hoffman and daughter, 214% West Ottawa; Mrs. Tommy Pearson and daughter, 904 North Sixth. REPAY VISIT LONDON, Tuesday UP! — President Eisenhower is expected to come to London with Mns. Eiseri- lower for a return visit to Queen Elizabeth II' in December, diplomatic sources said Tuesday. Read the Classified Ads YOU CAN WRITE YOUR C PROFIT MAKING WANT AD! GUP AND MAIL TO . . . . PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS LOG^NSPORT, INDIANA Please insert this Want Ad for. .days. 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