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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27,1957 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN Three Crashes In Miami Co. Cause Extensive Damage PERU—Extensive property damage and 3 arrests resulted in three auto accidents which occurred early Saturday. Lewis D. Vernon of Anderson suffered a bruised side when his car •turned over on S.R. 21, five miles south of Peru ait 1:30 a.m. Saturday. State and county officers investigated... They reported that Vernon told them he fell asleep while driving. The northbound car skidded off the right side of fee road ' and then, turned over as he tried to get it back on the highway. Vernon was taken to Dukes hospital in the Eikenberry ambulance. He was released later. t Damage to his 1957 model car was ' estimated at $1,200. Three persons in one car were arrested at 1:15 a.-m. Saturday after State police received a report •that a'car crashed into one of the construction barricades on U.S. Highway 31 across from the air ibase and failed to stop. ,The motorists was nabbed a short time later. The headlights of the car were broken in the crash and the driver did not have any lights on the car. Hall Shofner, 24 and his brother, Alex, 22, both of Kokomo were both charged with driving while under the influence of intoxicants and public intoxication. They^ere each fined a total of $55,75 in Mabel Personebt's J.P. court Saturday morning and thedr drivers' li- ceri^es were suspended for one year. A passenger, Charles E. Paul, 42, also of Kokomo was booked for public intoxication. He was fined $15 .on the charge in J.P. court. Airman Samuel Stimpson, 26 of the Bunker Hill' Air Force Base, escaped injury at 3 a.m. Saiturday •when his car overturned. The' accident occurred at the railroad viaduct on State Road 218 east of Bunker Hill. - tj Deputy Sheriff James Ege said Stimpson was -enroute west and had just' passed through the viaduct when' his car skidded on wet leaves arid overturned on its top in the middle of the road. Damage to his 1957 sedan was estimated at $1,000. Moitficello MONTICELLO -The Monticello •senior high school physical education classes will start their annual two-week bowling instruction classes at the Monticello Bowling Lanes Monday, October 28th. The final dance and event ol the season at the. Tippecanoe Country-Club will be the "Fireside Ball" Friday night, Nov. 1. Playing for the dance wfll be the "4 Hits- and A Miss," a six piece band, of Earl Park. Mrs. George Revington has been named general dance r chairman, and she will be assisted by Emma Jean Brainerd and'Florence Brown, dinner committee; - Peg Hoover, Mrs. Reginton, Mrs. Brainerd.-axid Mrs. Brown decoration committee, and William Brainerd, General arrangements. , _ "" Mr. and Mrs-. Don- Batcheldor ' and son Mark James,- have'moved to the property--in East Monticello which they recently pur- . chased. Mrs.- Hazel Mummert, will leave for New York City from Chicago Sunday morning and next Wednesday will.board the Queen Mary bound for Southampton,' England and a six week visit -to .eleven European countries. Mrs. Mary Scowden. has-'returned home from a weeks visit with her children and her sister •and friends in Indianapolis. She visited her son, Paul,..also at the home of her 'daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Craft and family and with her sister, Mrs. Louise Jenkinson. Beth Knochel, ' 2 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Harold Knochel of Wolcott, entered the Riley hospital at Indianapolis 'on Wednesday. She is there for observation and tests. White County Memorial Hospital news — Dismissals,. October 26, 1957, Miss Lynne Carr, Rt. 5, Monticello; Mrs. Martin '• Blevins, and son, Rt, 1, Monticello; Mrs. Paul Tanco and son, 427 W. Broadway, Monticello and Mrs. Charles Woodhouse and daughter, Rt. 1, Logansprt. PAUL BARNES Paul G. Barnes, 63, a 30-year resident of Monon and a White county native died at his home on route 1, Monon, at 5:55 a.m. Saturday. He had been ill four monthsi Born October 4, 1894, he was the son of George. T. and Emma Gress Barnes. He was married to Edna Lemon January 11, 1942 and she survives. He was a member of the Monticello Methodist church and%the Braeford Masonic Lodge, F..& A.-M. Surviving- with the widow are a son, Private Alvin L. Barnes, of Fort Benning, Ga.; a daughter, Miss Shirley Barnes, at home; -two sisters. A brother and sister are deceased. ^ Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Stewart funeral home in Monon. conducted by the 'Rev. Dal Hamilton. Burial will be in the Bedford .cemetery. v Friends may .call at the mortuary after 5 p.m. Sunday. Postmaster H. Claude Steininger will present the program at the Kiwanis club Monday noon in the Sportsman hotel. He will give a talk on "Phases of Post Office Operation" together with a film, "Men, Mail and Machines." Xbr Women's Auxiliary of the White county Memorial hospital met recently at'the REMC building. Featuring the meeting was .the election of officers for 1958. The slate of officers -was presented by Mrs. Arthur McBee, chairman of the nominating committee, and the report was unanimously accepted. Mrs. D.' D. Raper was elected president to succeed Mrs. Ed Young, who has headed the Auxiliary "two years. Mrs. Raper has served! as vice president. Other officers elected were: 1st vice president, Mrs. Wrighta Williams, Monon; 2nd vice president, Mrs. Nolan Hibner; secretary, Mrs. Leslie Condo, Sr.; corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. A. Batcheldor; treasurer, Mrs. Arthur McBee; Mrs. iD. L. Milligan, historian. Directors to serve were named for each township. The 1958 officers will assume their posts January 1st. Mrs. Leslie Condo, Sr:, gave the secretary's report and Mrs, V. H. Henderson that of the treasurer. Treasurer's books showed a balance of $716.10. directors' project and reported $1.55 given by a Jefferson township Farm Bureau collection. Mrs. Young and several other Auxiliary members had attended a meeting of the Indiana hospital Association held at the Medical Center at Indianapolis Oct. 17th. Mrs. Opal Carmichael and Mrs. Helen Spencer were appointed to the auditing "committee. A proposal was submitted for an amendment to Article 5 Section I of the by-laws and it will be voted upon at the November meeting. The need of an aspirator in the delivery room was discussed and it was put in the form of a motion that it be purchased by Mrs. John Dpremire, seconded by Mrs. Ann Mayfield and accepted by all. It .will be bought thorugh the regular hospital channels at a cost of $107.50. The' table on which it will be used will cost $50. The October meeting of the Monticello Business and Professional Women's Club was held Wednesday night at the Roth Park Hotel, Miss Mollie Good, of Logansport, 4th district director, was guest speaker. Mrs. Inez Clayborne, Mrs. Bea Williams and Mrs. .Ruth Albertson were the committee in charge. It was an- nounoed that the November and December meetings will be combined and will.be held December 11, on account j)f the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Mrs. John Bunnell, a patient at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Minn., underwent major surgery Friday. The case of Perry C. Lewis, 60, of Joliet, HI., charged with sodomy in White Circuit court, who was scheduled for plea before Judge Russell Gordon Friday morning was continued until Wednesday morning, at 9 o'clock. ' Deaths COTNER Funeral services for Mrs. Maude E. Ootner, 75, of 805 North, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at the OhasenMiller chapel with Reverend-Harry Hashberger, officiating. The G. L. A. to the B. of L E. will hold ritualistic services at 7:30 p.m. Sunday and the Purity Rebekah lodge will conduct services at 7 p.m. Burial wffl be in Mount Hope cemetery. HUSTON . Final rites wall be conducted at 11 a,m. Monday at the Chase-Miller chapel for Harry Huston, 57, of 2216 North,' who died early Saturday morning. Rev. Harold King will officate and burial will be in the Mount Hope cemetery. The Elks lodge will hold services at 7:30 p.m. today. Joseph Beliner, Of Peri/, Dies At Home _- UAVU—j.-L.«~i~ services will be conducted at 9 a.m. Wednesday a't the St. Charles Catholic church for Joseph Betzner, 82, a retired grot.'er, who died at 9:15. a.m. Saturday at his home, 59 W. Main, following an illness of three Rev' Paul Welsh will officiate and burial wfll be in the Catholic cemetery. Born, in Peru,, Nov. Ifi, 1874, he was the son of Jacob and Elizabeth (Hammer) Betzner. «e is survived by a sister, Miss. Barbara Betzner. Friends may call at the Brook- mart funeral home after 7 p.m. Sunday. Gas Fumes Overcome Twelve Mf/e Couple TWELVE MILE—Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Champ of Twelve Mile, were overcome by gas from >a hard coal base burner, with the air ventilators closed early Saturday. • Mrs. Russell Bockover, a neighbor said Mrs. Champ awakened very ill and. her husband could not talk or move. . ' The couple was brought to Dukes hospital in the Eikenberry anc McCain ambulance. Arrest Made After Bad Check Passed At Peru PERU—Ralph Gamble, .28, route 3, Bloomfield, was arrested Friday night on 'a charge of passing a bad check at the East-End Fuel Co., :in Peru. The check was passed on Oct 18, in the amount of $25. Gamble is being held in jail pending arraignment in city court Nora Rantz Dies At Mexico Church Home PERU—Final rites will be Conducted at 2 p.m.. Tuesday at'the Grandsbalf .funeral home .for -Mrs. Nora Alice Rantz, 75, widow of Orlo, who died at 3 a.m. Safe urday in the Church of the Brethren home at Mexico; She. had treen seriously ill five weeks. Burial will be in ihe IOOF: cemetery. Friends may call after noon Sunday. Born in Wabash county Aug. 10, 1882, she was a daughter of John Wesley and Elizabe.th (Brower) Dilknan. She was married to Orlo Rantz in 1905. He preceded her in death in 1948. Mrs. Rantz, Ls survived by .a son, John, Fort Wayne; a daughter, Miss Opal Rantz, who is employed at the Church of the Breth T ren Home; a brother, Lawrence Billman, Bradenton, Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Harry York, also of Brad-en-. ton, and one granddaughter. One brother and one sister are deceased : . ' For '.the past five years Mrs.- Rantz has been a resident of the Home, .going there from Roaran. She was a member of the Roann Church of the Brethren. ROCMSTIR ROCHESTER—Mrs. Lee Sharpe announced yesterday the Mobile Tuberculosis x-ray unit would be in Fulton county this coming week. Locations "and- dates for different towns will be: Fulton Monday, Oct. 28, 1:30 to 4 p.m. ; Akron, Tuesday^. Oct. 29, opposite the fire station downtown, 10 a.m. -to 12 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Rochester, on the south side of fhe Courthouse, Oct. 30, 9a.m. to 12 a.m. and 1 p.m.. to- 4:30 -p.m., this 'day will be mostly spent with school children. The unit will be on the Court- aouse yard, again on Oct. 31, Thursday, £rom 10 a.m. to 1-2 a,jn, and 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. and then in Kewanna Friday, Nov. 1, 9 a.m. x> 12 ajn. These x-rays are free of charge to the public and.are paid for through the sale of Christmas Seals in Fulton county. NEW SCHOOL Plans for a new elementary jchool building in Henry township are being furthered with the announcement by Trustee Verrnon Cumberland that petitions are being circulated seeking approval of a $122,000 bond issue. Cumberland stated the plans call for erection'of a new building east of the present elementary school, connecting the two. with a hallway at-the southend. The new building would have four classrooms, a cafeteria and kitchen, playground space being located between the two structures. A recent survey showed that Henry township would need one additional grade school-room each year of the next four years. The present cafeteria in the elementary school would be. made over into a highschwl band room. The new cafeteria and kitchen would be available.for community use. LUNCHES board. Votes, are to be returned immediately and will be counted Thursday. Eight nominees are on the 1958 election ballot." They are: -Parke Baxter, manager of Baxter Drug Store; William : Biggs, realtor; H. C. Herkless, The Racket Clothing 'Store; Fred Hodel, manager of the Public Service Company; William Kurz, Sealed Power plant manager; Robert Peterson, county auditor; James Yoder,.Dean malk plant • manager, and'Merle Zellers, Rochester ' township farmer. The four .receiving the highest number of votes will : be electetj to ? replace retiring directors Jack Overmyer, Chamber, president; Wayne Smith, vice president; Charles Sheridan, treasurer; ; and Arthur Brubaker. Other members of the 12-man; board . a$e Loren Churchill, Maurice. Coplen, Vice president; Earl' Fansler, Raymond Julian, Harold Snyder, Har r old Remy, Gates Thompson and James Zimmerman. The newly elected .directors- will meet with the Chamber board at its Nov. 13 .session to begin their , introduction . to Chamber activities. They wfll officially take over their duties at the annual membership meeting'Jan. 16. in the new Columbia .elementary school at 15th and Elm-streets begins operations-. The new school jJed two weeks . „ but the cafeteria- equipment was uriao. , u ~^j« Anderson, is head cook at the Columbia cafeteria with 'Mrs. Dean Nightlinger and Mrs. Donald Rans as assistants. This completes the city's cooking staffs. Mrs. Susie Carter is head cook at the high school cafeteria, with. Mrs. Eleanor Gelbaugh,-Mrs. Russell Smiley; and.Mrs. :Bonnie Turner as assistants; 'Mrs. Stanley Teel is head cook at .Riddle elementary school with Mrs. Donald -Wilson- and Mrs. Max Feece assistants. • Miss Belva Miller is bookkeeper of the'three cafeterias. HospitaT'Notes Admissions to the Woodlawn hospital: Carol Eauk, Rxxdiester; Floyd Ma-ttke, Rochester; Mrs. Virgil King, Rochester; Lester Kennedy, Leiters Ford. _ Dismissals: Mrs. Conrad Meim- ert and son, Claypool; Mrs. Raymond Bowman arid son, Rochester; Eugene Bonine, Rochester; Mrs. John Stone, Rochester; Raymond Kalmbacfcer, Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Bpyd Blue, Mentone are the parents of a son. Three suits have been filed in Fulton circuit court. Action to close a chattel mort- age was entered by the Local Finance Corporation of Rochester against Harold and Phyllis Flynn. The suit asks sale of .household goods' at 316'Clayton to satisfy a implaint for $473.75 and inter- u McHatton of Akron has complaint - on a promjssory for $206.36, • plus interest, Carl ' and'' Ethel Eheren- 15 Stitches Taken After Stabbing PERU —• John Marshall, about 5 of 44 East Ninth,St., was the rictim of a stabbing fracas about :30 p.m. Saturday at the Hi-De- Ho,''according to Peru police. Marshall v;as taken to .Dukes lospital where it was-necessary o .take 1-5 stitches -in his throat o close the wound caused by the locket knife; Marshall's assailant was Willie ).. Sharp, '31, who' fives in the C. & 0: Camp cars. Sharp was jailed without bond m a charge of assault and .battery with intent,. . Former local Woman, Mrs. Earl Smith, Dies Word "has been received here by Mrs. .Elizabeth Watts.of. the death of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Earl Smith, 66, who succumbed at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Oak Park hospital, Oak Park, HI. ' . Former residents of Logansport, Mr, and Mrs. Smith moved from Logainsport to Maywood,-111., about 30 years, ago.. He died three weeks ago today. They were married here 47 years ago in the Christian parsonage by •Rev. Edwards. Survivors include a son, William, of New. York; a daughter,' Mrs. Ernest Steble, of Maywood; five grandchildren; two brothers, Clar- •ence, of Blinois; and Earl, of Florida. Servicas will be conducted at the Kamp funeral home, Chicago, Tuesday afternoon. DELPHI DELPHI.—Harold Ford, 20>- of 519% North Sixth/Lafayette who was arraigned in Tippecanoe circuit court Thursday on charges' of second degree burglary, was involved in two hreakins in' Carroll county according to his confession made to Lafiayette police and Dec. Sgt. Jack Fisher. Ford, parolee from the state reformatory confessed to 20 burglaries in Greater Lafayette, 15 outside the city hi Tippeoanoe county and two in Carroll county. He hit the, & S. Standard Service .Station which was entered several weeks ago and the Buro-ws Highway Grill which was entered this.week. Ford and two juveniles were arrested by Lafayebte police Monday, Oct. 21, after they allegedly carried out about $110 worth of beer from the Lafayette Beverage' Co. .believe that several other by Ford, who admitted his participation in, raids on various business places in Lafayette and West' Lafayette. Sgt. Jack •Fdsher on Thursday night notified bhe Carroll county SheriK's department of .the -solving .of, the .two co est. Irvin filed note against man. A a filed State; L. Suit to. foreclose mortgage on Wayne township farm was by. the -Culver Exchange _j Bank' against. Mrs. Myrtle Caton of Chicago. TAX PAYMENTS Payment o{ the fall installment of property taxes picked ; up in the "county treasurer's office Friday. • -With the deadline of Nov. 4, only 10 .days away, Treasurer Cal Braman reported a total of .$69,5.79 in collections during, office "Friday. This, .he- said will e largest single collection of the fall. treasurers office wfll re. open until 4 p.m. next Satur- for the convenience of tax- the 073. hours be day The main day payers Members ' of the " Rochester Chamber,,of Commerce today received ballots for the election ef four new directors to the Chamber Mrs. Marion' Mover acoomapan ied Mrs; B.-B, MayhiH.to a meeting of the .Lafayette chapter. Epsi Ion Sigma Omicron last week. .Mrs. 'Esther • Gregg, Public Health';Nurse arid Ruby Thompson Trent,' Executive. Secretary v of the Carroll coumty -Tuberculosis Association, attended a.luncheon-meet ing of the .Indiana State Sanatorium -Council ait the RockvdEe Sanitarium Wednesday. There were 35 present lor the meeting-. A district meeting of the Ameri can Legion will be held at Camden on Sunday, .Oct. 27 at 2 p.m. The Camden post will be hosts for the meeting.- William Brennen of Indianapolis, state chairman of the Legion's Community Service project will be the guest speaker. There will be 50 Legion posts'from throughout the Secand. District represented at the-' meeting. Arthur MoDowelL of Delphi, is district commander.; Mr. and Mrs.. Finis Gipson o: Delphi are the .'parents of a dau ghter bonvon Oct. 15 at St. Elizabeth hospital-. . . : Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Knott of Delphi are the parents--of a daii ghter,-.born at the Home hospital in Lafayette on Wednesday, Oct 23. ..--.'•;' "Mr. and Mra. - Walter Smith of (Delphi -are:-the .parents .'Qf a v son born'at St; Elizabeth hospital on Wednesday, Oct. 23.'. Lula Bowman, of Delphi has .been dismissed 'from St. Elizabeth hospital.. • .-" -V. Mrs. Gamette Smith andjMrs Raymond Pearson- and Mrs..Cora Herr, of Delphi have -been dismissed from St. Elizabeth hospital. The Modern Mrs. Home Demon stnation club has.- cancelled its O'c tober" .meeting, but members are asked to .have cup cakes baked .and ready by noon Monday, Oct 28. The Delphi Business and Pro Sessional Womamfs • Club .will mee Monday' night, -Oct. 28,. at 7:3 o'clock at' the home of Mrs. Pau McMurray.- Mrs. J. D;. .Klepinger and Mrs Robert : VanNatfa .have arriv'ec home" from 'Norfolk;' Va., wiher they visited, the former's daugfa ter land, husband; Mr. and Mrs Harold Neel! -,-.'. While there they were privilege) to see Queen Elizabeth of Englan and Prince Phillip at the Palace in Winamac •WINAMAC-^The annual Wina- •nac Chamber of Commerce ban- 3uet will ; bei held Monday evening, October, 28,, at 7 o'clock, in St. 'eter's church dining room. .John W. Kelly -wfll serve as. master of ceremonies and George F. Hinkle )f the Indiana State -Chamber of ommerce. will speak on '"What ndustry' Expects of : :a Commun- ty." - . :'.•- ' Arrangements for Winamac's annual community Halloween par- y, which is .sponsored .by the local Kiwanis club are underway, conducted by -the club's committee or boys and girls. -Dr. Martin Barco is chairman of the committee and others Assisting are Urban Kennedy, John. Stombaugh, John K. Shank, Lowell Wilson and 2e Snyder. The party will be held on Thursday, October 31, at the gymnasium of the Monroe-Winamac school. The parade and judging of masqueraders will begin' at seven o'clock, with- formation of classes starting at 6:30. Nearly one hundred prizes con- ributed by the business arid pro- 'essional men of Winamac, will be awarded for the best costumes in each of several classes. Treats will also be given to each of the contestants. Three students from Pulaski county are enrolled at Butler University for the first semester of he 1957-58 year. They are Claudia I. Kelsy, Monterey; Sherry By- ield and Jean Logan of Winamac. Phyllis Pfledderer, of Frances- vflle, was granted a divorce this week from Adam Pfledderer. The mother was granted custody of the minor daughter and the father was ordered to pay $10'per week for ler support. Upon petition of Merton Lanie, guardian of Christine, David and VTary Gunnerson and Roberta Sue Claussen, the court, determined he physical custody of the four wards. The Gunnerson children were given into the'care of their paternal grandparents, Duane anc Alta Gunnerson of Lowell and the Clausen child to her paterna jrandmother, Mrs. Jessie Edwardsen of Manistique, Mich. Mr Laniej step-father of the children Is to continue as guardian of the estate and property of the four. The sixth grade room taught jy David Sodervick won the at- ;endance banner at the meeting of Monroe-Winamac P.T.A. lasi week. During the business meeting- it was" voted to hold a food sale to raise funds, Mr. Sodervick showed a.film taken at the Culver Military Academy ehtitfed "Trails of Adventure." Superintendenf Lamoin Nice encouraged parents to visit each class room and to especially notice how they were decorated. Miss Pauline Mangold of Gary is- spending the school holiday in the home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Lowell Taylor. \ Larry Moody and Norman Shaw of -Alma, Mich., came Friday for the weekend in ,the^iome of Mr and Mrs. Clifford Moody. N.CState Ties Duke RALEIGH, N.C. (tfJ-^Norfch Carlina State, behind by 14 .points, efused to crumble before Duke's aunted offense. Saturday and oared back behind clutch passing .tie the favored Blue Devils, .144, in an Atlantic Coast Confer- nee..football game. The tooth-and-nail last half xuggle.had the sellout crowd .of 1,000 limp' at the finish. State's' magnificent d e f e o s e mashed down a Duke thrust late n "the fourth period after the Blue 'evils had carded to/the Wolf- ack's. 1-foot line. The ; -deadlock eft Duke and State tied for .first lace'in the ACC standings.- l Duke .quarterback Bob " Brod- ead scored, one/touchdown and" assed for another. The Blue De- ils roared 62.yards to score in 17 lays late in the" opening quarter rith Brodhead going, .over from he'!.. Halfback Wray Carlton .coo- erted the,, first of two extra joints. In the second quarter, Duke cored on a 47-yard pass play rom Brodhead to end Bill Thomp- ori who'caught the ball on the 32 nd raced over standing. Only 38 seconds' were remaining efore the half-when ,N.C. -State cored. on a 52-yard pass play rom quarter-back'Tom Katich to alfback Dick Christy, who took and outraced Dick Hunter Icfced the first of two extra x)ints. N.C. State tied it up in the third uarter when Hunter passed to Jhristy from the 5 for a touch- own, A 53-yard ruriback by State enter Jim Oddo of an intercepted >ass set up the second Wolfpack ouchdown. Duke . C..-State Duke scoring he ball on bhe. 32 Duke's secondary. Brodhead 01, plunge), Thompson 47-yard pass play from Brod- lead). Conversions: Carlton 2. N.C. State -scoring—touchdowns: Christy 2 (52-yard pass play from Katich; 5, pass from Hunter). Conversions: Hunter 2. logansport Girl Ash $10,000 Damages WINAMAC—A . suit Jias been filed in Pulaski county court ask ing for $10,000. personal injury damages against Florence A. Me Caskey of Winamac. It is basec on .an accident' which occurred Sept. 22, 1956, when cars driven by Mrs. McCaskey .and Thomas Roller.were in a collision at the intersection. 1 of Monticello an< Pearson streets • in Winamac. Con riie Lee Roller, Logansport, a pas senger:in the Roller car, was reported injured. Since she -is a mi nor, the complaint was filed in her behalf by her father. Ernest Beal, Native Of Peru, Succumbs PERU—A native • of Peru, Ern est Elsworth Beal, .57, of 135 W Eighth, ;died at -8:15 a.m., Satur day. at .Dukes hospital following an. illness of - five . months. . Born SepV21, 1900, in Peru,; he was the son of the late Ernest'E and Mary Clear Beal. Two broth ers. are also, deceased. The de ceased was a -member of the Literary Aid society. Funeral rites.- at^- the . Drake Flowers chapel are incomplete pending word from relatives. Han Charged With Having Vicious Dogs .PERU-P'aul Hartisch, 71,, 62 East Fifth,- was arrested Frida night by; Peru police on a charg of harboring two vicious: dogs. Hartisch was . released • on hi own .recognizance" and' ordered, t dispose of "the animals befor Monday.: - FORMER LOCAL MAN DEES -Final, rites will-be held ait 2 p.m Monday at the Fenn.funeral home Kokomo,' for Herman Pranke, 5' a former resident -of Logansport Vols Win 16-0 Over Maryland COLLEGE PARK, Md. (^Tennessee poured through Maryland's worn 'down Giants for two last quarter touchdowns Saturday and 16-0 football victory. The trim, hard- hitting Volunteers nursed a first quarter "safety scored on a blocked kick until Tennessee's only defeat this season was a 7-0 loss -to Auburn. Fullback. Tommy Bronson scored Tennessee's first touchdown on yard plunge to cap a 54- Japs Lead : On Putting TOKYO Iff)—The happy accident turned into a near miracle Sat- f v-'hen Torakichi Nakamurm Koichi Ono of host Japan virtually clinched both fche individual and team championships with one round to play in th« Canada Cup golf competition. ,; While everybody waited folr them ,to fold, these two_ putting wizards of Nippon combined for ~ a nine-under-par performance a u"C jtm* L/*" A - t &'- "^ t^*-F ~ — . _ . . , . -i 11 n.«. yard drive led by. tadlback Bob- the ihird, round which blunted the- KV rwv^ hopes of America's favored Sam by Gordon. Bronson -set up the next touchdown by tearing 51 yards to tine Maryland 29. Goaoh Bowden Wyatt let his fresh second stringers take it the rest of the way, with Cad Smith skirting Maryland's right end for the last nine yards. ; Tennessee was in Maryland territory throughout same after end most of the Tommy Potts blocked a kick that sailed back out of the end zone for a first quarter safety. ' Mairyland, losing game in six, its fourth was able to cany the ball past midfield only once to the Tennessee 37. Gordon, Tennessee's one.- man gang buster with his passing; running aind punting, ripped the Maryland defense apart late in 770 0-44 077 0—14 — touchdowns: half fighting Tennessee away from the goal after, the .Terps were unable to cash in on "a boner at the start of'the game. Stockton AdMns and Bill Anderson of Tennessee evidently forgot the opening kickoff was anybody's ball after it passed midfield. They watched the 'ball bounce around in front of them and Maryland guard Bod Breedlove pounced on Hospital Notes launched launched the the Volunteers Volunteers goal- coal- ward from his 46,. it at the Tennessee 18. Tennessee 0 14-46 00—0 2 Maryland 0 Tennessee scoring — Touchdowns: Bronson (1, plunge); Smith (9, run). Conversions: B u -r to 1 o w, Gent. Safety: Potts (block kick). ST. JOSEPH'S Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cornell, 531 Washington, a daughter. Admitted: Glen Haas, 1915 Erie; Ralph' Cook, Walton; Miss Lottie Wecht, 227 Eel River. Dismissed: T. H. Moulton,'Rochester;' Mrs. Fern Gibson, 813 Clilton; Mrs. Kathleen Hewitt, 14 Nineteenth; Mrs, Phillipina Riola, 723 W. Market; Master Evrard Wade, 117 E. Miami; Mrs. Betty Miller, 2204 Broadway; Mrs. Nfancy Hamilton, 2J.06 Spear; Baby Jeffrey Seward, route 2, Camden; Baby Theresa Gibbs, 1030 Wood- awn; Mrs. Charles Justice, 2004 Woodlawn; Mrs. Charles Kistler and daughter, route 5. MEMORIAL Admitted: Master Kasper Lee Benn, 883 W. Melbourne; Miss Beth Ann, Wodward, 1112 1/3 Spear; Charles Bowerman, Camden; Master Steven Reed, route 1; Mrs. Margaret Gust, 16 East Miami. Dismissed: Miss Mary Banter, route 6; Mrs. Eleanor BeU, 2228 George; Miss Barbara Fouts, Twelve Mile, route 1; ;Mrs. Gerrude Grant, Onward; Mrs. Harry Robinson and son, route 1, Royal lenter; Mrs. Floyd Dean Trapp and daughter, route 1,' Camden; Mrs. Sarah Yeafcley, route 3. Capf. New Love Inter est LIMA,-Peru W)— Group Oapt. Peter Townsend, who left E.pg- land- to get away from ,it all after his blighted romance wife Princess Margaret, is seeing a lot of the world—and Miss Universe. • Miss- Universe is Gladsy Zendar, 18, beautiful Peruvian brunette. They first met last Friday when [he former court equerry drove into Lima on his world tour and attended ..a -party in her honor. Miss Universe, say friends, got along fine with Townsend. They laugihed and danced. ,-She taught him Che Marinera, a 'popular Peruvian dance. ' . Now Townsend is off to Arequipa, a. southern Chilean dty, to/attend, a reception Sunday in honor of Miss Universe: Minors To Alter Map By FRITZ HOWELL COLUMBUS, Ohio UP) — Minor league baseball is about to change its entire map, with the majority of the 28 circuits due for franchise changes and realignments before spring. Much of the turmoil will be caused by the shift of the New York and Brooklyn N'ational League clubs to the West Coast; Reverberations of that cross-country transfer will be felt in a -number of the minor leagues. At least three, and possibly five, of the Pacific Coast League clubs are due to seek new homes. As the coast loop dips into lower class territory to stay alive, indications' are that Phoenix, Ariz., now "of the Class ,C. A>rizona-Mexi- co, Denver of the American Assn., and Salt Lake City of the' Class C Pioneer circuit will become new members. Spokane and Tacoma, Wash., neither with a current, affiliation, also may wind up in the newly constructed league. The . changes, if they occur, will force each.oJ the ' minor leagues which - lose members to scurry around for replacements—which may. be drafted from lower loops and cause -mors changes. The International League has claimed Jersey City as a fram chise site, and there's a chance Brooklyn may Chouse a minor league clulb in historic Ebbets Field. Next thing on the Dodger-Giant shift to the West is to satisfy fi nancially the coast league. Leslie O'Connor, prexy ••• of the circuit has not set a figure for the damage, done to his loop. . . , ' •'George JM.- Trautman, president of the National Assn. , of Professional Baseball Leagues, saic most of the franchise shifts would be settled at the joint major- minor meetings Dec. 1-7 at Cblora 'do Springs, Colo. hopes _ Snead ant. Jimmy Demaret and- the pros of 28 other nations. „ Nakamura, a 42-year-old with It- deadly accuracy around the green added a five-under-par 67 to a pair of previous 68's which gave him .an imposing nine stroke lead;in the individual contest at 203. His partner, Koichi Ono, a 3&v year-old Manchurian born ex-cad-' dy, contributed a .68 which sent the Japanese teaim into the front of the 'Canada Cup team battle .by nine shots—a '54 - hole aggrer. gate score of 414 compared with • 423 for the -fading second place Americans. . "I never saw such putting. % my life," said South Africa;* • Gary Player, after playing the wound with the Japanese in blustery wind and occasional' rain. "Between them, they- sank ten putts of between 10 and 25 feet. It's -miraculous." 1 Snead, the gifted slugger from White Sulphur Springs, W. V<U and Demaret from Kiamesha. ake N Y., had difficulty sink-, ng them from three feet with bhe esult they wound up with a pair 71*S. 'This' gave them a five stroke Wales' Dai Rees and oung Dave Thomas, in thiflJ >lace at 428, and six over the kistralians • and South Africans, ied at 429. Canada was sixth at w. However, u . seemed highly un- ikely that anybody could catdi. he Japanese in Sunday's IB-hole, jhowdown.. • ,-l Par for the 6,895-y<ard Kasumi., aseki Country Club course is '36-; 6—72. and. in three round Naka-, mura has clipped off a total of; •3 strokes. His 67 tied the -coujrae- ecord, set by Snead in the first: ound Thursday. Ono is five ua-;- er for 54 holes. i In the international trophy in.-^ dividual competition, Nakamura^ las seven shots on Thomas, the. Geisha-man, who hais a score of;• 510 and eight on Demaret and' Ono, tied at 2H. ' _ '; Snead, who was an overwhelm-.,_ ng choice for the prize, is at 212,-; ied with Stan Leonard of Canada, and- followed by Peter Thomson-;. of Australia amd Gary Player of> South Africa, each holding 213.' ' • edge over SILENCE FOLLOWS (Coafcinued from Bage 1) :guardi,. recently • convicted in a shakedowji case. That Anastasia was feuding with Vito Genivese, described as a kingpin of policy rackets, in an effort to gain controlof the New York crime symdic'ate. The World-Telegram amd Sun siaid it had .received an anony- miouse telephone call from a heavy voiced, man .who warned that a .certain "Franfcde C."—but cot Costello—had. better not interfere in wfaait is going on. Called Before The' newspaper' said • the.. same mian 'also had called after the Cos- /tello shooting and had waraed/fehat Anastasia had better not "but in" or he would; "get it, too." V This Mime, 'said' flie .newspaper, the'man-said: '"We're giving amo.fcer warning now. This time we're telling Fmankie--and I./don't mean 'Cos- 'tello—-not to interfere. And we're slot fooling;" '._,.The newspa_>er s._>eculated that the man might have meaat 'Frankie 1 Carbo, whom it described as "the underworld's czar ;in the priz-efiglht-fix business,"''or' Frank Casino, .whom it called- a- "risuig bigfcime gambler with dose ties to COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL W L The Pastime 17 Farm Bureau Go-op ....16 General Tire Bombers- ..15 Barnett Bargain Bam ...15 Logan Homes .. :. 14 10 Western' Tire .' .13' 1 General Tire Squeegees .13 11 Flamingo Tavern ......10 1< Jones .Auto •'..-•:....-. -1 10 1< Muehlhausen' No. 5 .10 14 General-Tire Flats ...... 6 18 General Tire Jets 5 19 Three games were won., by Bar hett Barn over Western Tire; .twc games were won by the Pastime G. • T. .Bombers. Logan Homes Muehlhausen and Squeegees." .' 600 Series—Harry Smith 619 (170 192-257). • ' , 550 Series—Ora Cunningham 561 Shirley Kalb 566, 'Jim' Insley 566 Jim Pierce 555, Art Brinkruff 556 B. Saunders 573. . , 200 Games—Kalb 205-201 Insley 203-200, 0. Neumann 200. Pierc 232, D. McClintock 200, D. Car 201, H. F-rye 217, D. Carson 225 B. Saunders 210. The Ohio state capitol at' Calum bus is considered' the", purest. ex ample' of Dork' architecture America. Syria Alarmed Over ; ManeuversInTurkey : DAMASCUS, Syria ffl — Syria! showed concern Saturday over' NATO announcement that the* United Stetesr Britain and Turkey.' are planning m-s-"*"" along the Turkish coast next week. ^ "These maneuve... _.:ght hide a planned militairy action," said" it- Syrian foreign ministry spokes-' man. •;. Pati) :ern Jr.-Slim Jumper : :With blouses or sweaters, it'i a .jumper. Alone, it's a sneafii' dress —, designed to. enhance tihe lilies of your/ junior ifigme. MJake fcbas Printed Pattern in plaid woo] with a solid blouse. Printed. Pattern 9060: Junk* Miss Sizes 9, 11, 15, 15,.'1ET. 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