I, fiuiliiiÂ«i. JliiiiMH. Tfcw***, Jamwry ". 'Â«Â·* F-51 PLANE CRASHES IN YARD CHARRED WRECKAGE is all that remains of the F-51 plane which crashed into a yard at Superior, Wisconsin, and burst into flames. Â· The pilot ol the destroyed craft, Capt. David Winn, parachuted to Â·afety after he collided with another Air Force plane over the city. Capt. Laudell Haimes, pilot of the other F-51, was able to bring his. plane down on the icy St Louis Bay. No one was hurt, fInternational) Obituary lute and was a former trust o f f i - cer in a Houston, Texas, bank. His wife died in November and they have no immediate surviving relatives. Mrs. Julia Benson Mrs. J u l i a Benson, 81, died Edward Oscar Brown Tuesday night in the Elizabeth ]p| m Springs-lSpei-ia'D-Erlward Hospital at Prairie Grove, follow- Qscar Brawn, 5G, died unoviicetcd- ..ig an illness of two months. She was born at Goshcn, December 5, iy at his home about f o'clock Tuesday evening. Mr. Drown was \ V d b U U J I I d l V J U M I l ^ l l , J ^ l _ - v - i - l l l ' J i . i n, l U C S C l a y C V U M J U 5 J . m l . U l u n i i ..u^ 1871, the clauglitcr o[ Dr. Jesse helping his wife burn grass in the Kelly and Elizabeth Ann Richards | garden plot when he suffered an Kelly, and spent her life time in attack. He was pronouced dead t h a t community. She was the u ptm arrival of the doctor, Â·widow of the late William j n e was born October 7, 18315 Harrison Benton who died in l'J37. I j n Ke.ua, Russia, the son of George Survivors include five daugh- ant i Marie Drown. He moved to te'rs, Miss Lynn Bcntnn of the home, Mrs. Lola Sawyer and Mrs. W. F. Buatright, both of Elkins, Mrs. Roy Gla/.e. Phoenix, Ariz., and Mrs. Randall Harbison of Los Angeles, C a l i f . ; three sons. Clyde and "Woodrow Benson of Elkins, and Bill Benson of Spiro, Okla.; 14 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and numerous other relatives in the communily. Funeral services will be hrld tomorrow al 2 p. in. by the Rev. Paul Watson \l Springdalc, in the Methodist C Burial \l Spr hurch at Goshcn. be in the Goshcn cemetery under Ihe direction of Brashears F u n e r a l Home a t lluntsvillc. the United States with his parents while very young, and had made his home in Chicago, 111., for many years, where he was a member of the postal force. Mr. Brown retired two years ago, moving to Elm Springs to make his home. Survivors arc his wife, Mrs. Josephine Brown of the home; one sister, Mrs. Marie Koch ol Pasco, Wash. Funeral, service.-: under the direction of the Wasson Funeral liome arc incomplete. Burial services will ho at Elm Springs conducted by the Rev. Woodrow Woods. _. Mrs. Iva Coles Pallbearers will bfi members o f ! Frairie' G r u :-(Bpecial)-Mrs. the Forest Service. Arthur Meitzen Rogers-(Sorcial)-Funeral perv- 1 thur Iva Cates, 50, died at her home in Prairie Grove this morning. She is survived by her husband. Ar- daughter, Mis. - - ice foV A r t h u r Meitzcn, M. opera- Harold Bartholomew of Prairie tor of Hilltop Inn on Highway 02 | Grove; three sons, Gene of the north of here, who was found j home, Billy Cates of I'orl bin, dead yesterday afternoon in his I Okla., and Earl Cates of Prairie place of business, will be conduct- I Grove; two brothers. Jim cd tomorrow at It) a. m.. at the Callison-Porter Funeral Home by lough 'of Labeltc, Kan., and John McCollough, Nobel, 111.; five the Rev. Vernon C h a l f a n t . Burial j grandchildren. will be in the Rogers cemetery. Funeral services w i l l be: held He was found bv Sheriff John j Friday at 2 p. m., al the BilhuRly Black and State Trouper Wallace I Church by,the Rev. Hoycl I Ji,,ei 1'arnell a f t e r neighbors reported of Winslow. Burial will be in the they had not seen him for a day |".Â«T ^,"! "r Â±?Â« or so. Coroner W. F. Burns said icctior death was the result of natural | Homo. causes. 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