Clipped From The Indianapolis News
Thursday, October 4, 1951 j George E. Mountz, War Crime Prosecutor, Dies (fecial t it FT. WAYNE, Ind., Oct. 4 George E. Mountz, Garrett city attorney and former prosecutor of the Japanese War Crime Com- t mission, riied vesterday of a j heart ailment. He was 43. Mr. Mountz also serveo. as attorney for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and was a former De-Kalb County prosecutor. He served in the Navy during Wqrld War II and joined the Crime Commission after the war. He was a graduate of DePauw University and the Harvard University Law School. Survivors are his widow, two children, his mother and a sister and a brother. ' ANDERSON J. Ralph Dun-lavy, 45, Pendleton, d;ed yesterday. .. .Services will be held Friday for Claude G. Vardeman, 65, retired railroad engineer.... Rites will alsc be held Friday for Mrs. Minnie Ann Urmston, 85, and for Pvt. John L. Miller, 18, w ho was killed in Korea April 10. NEW CASTLE Funeral serv ices will be held Friday afternoon for John Ratliff, 83, Cadiz, who died yesterday following an extended illness. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Mabel Heller, Indianapolis Private services will be held Monday for Roy Peed, who died Li France. He was a test driver for the old Maxwell Co, and later served as sales manager for the DeSoto Division of the Chrysler Corp. WESTFIELD Clyde S. Clark, 71, former Hamilton County treasurer, died yesterday at his home. Services wiU be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. a i the West-field Friends Church. Survivors include a son, Donald H. Clark, deputy state auditor. LOGANSPORT Mrs. Eleanor Bauer Spitznogle, 57, is dead. Rites will be held tomorrow for Earl Ray McKnight, Galveston implement dealer....Funerai arrangements are being made for James Buchanan, 83, who was fdind dead in his parked car with a bullet wound in his right temple and a rifle by his side.