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ARRANGEFUNERALS
OF CRASH VICTIMS
Only Capt. Dinger Will Be
Buried Here—Four Bodies
Sent to New England.
While a special board of inquiry con
tinued last night to sift ft mass of testi
mony. most of it meager as to actual
details and some of it of conflicting
character, arrangements were being
completed for the burial of the five vic
tims of the worst airplane crash in the
history of Bolling Field.
Only one of the five men, the pilot
of the plane. Capt. Harry A. Dinger,
Army Air Corps, will be buried here.
The others. Representative William Kirk
Kaynor of Massachusetts; hfs secretary,
Stanley B. Lowe; Arthur A. McGill, who
was associated with the Republican na
tional committee, and Pvt. Vladimir
Kuzma, aviation mechanic, are to be
buried in New England.
The Repersentative, his secretary and
McGill will be buried in Massachusetts,
the first two in Springfield and the lat
ter in Brookline. Pvt. Kuzma, accord
ing to word received at Bolling Field
yesterday afternoon, probably will be
buried Wednesday at his home in Shel
ton, Conn.
Military Funeral.
Special military honors will be ac
corded Capt, Dinger at his burial in
Arlington National Cemetery at 10 j
o'clock tomorrow morning. The funeral
procession will assemble at the Fort
Myer entrance to the cemetery and will
be commanded by First Lieut. T A
Roberts, 16th Field Artillery. The
cortege will consist of a dismounted
troop of the 3d Cavalry, a firing squad I
and the body bearers. Usual military j
honors will be observed at the grave.
Religious services will be conducted
by Chaplain Albert F. Vaughn. During
the services flowers will be dropped over !
the grave by a formation of four planes, ;
flying as a five-plane formation with one
blank file, piloted by Bolling Field Air
Corps officers.
The honorary pallbearers will be Maj.
Howard C. Davidson. Air Corps, com
mandant of Bolling Field; Capt. Ernest
C. Clark. Air Corps, a member of the
special board of inquiry; Capt. John J.
Devery, jr„ Air Corps; Capt. Leßoy
H. Palmer, Quartermaster Corps; Capt.
James C. Vanigen, Signal Corps, and
Lieut. Eugene Bayley, Air Corps, Boll
ing Field adjutant.
Senate Expresses Sorrow.
The Senate yesterday adopted a reso
lution expressing •profound sorrow - ’
over the tragic death of Representative
Kaynor, and providing for the appoint
ment of five Senators to attend the
funeral with members of the House
The resolution was offered by Senator
Walsh of Massachusetts. The five Sen
ators named to attend the funeral were
Senators Walsh; Thomas. Oklahoma;
Trammell. Florida; Hebert. Rhode Is
land, and Walcott, Connecticut.
[ THE WEATHER
District of Columbia lncreasing
cloudiness today, followed by rain or
snow tonight and tomorrow; not much
change in temperature.
Maryland—lncreasing cloudiness to
day; tomorrow snow or rain; not much
change in temperature.
Virginia—lncreasing cloudiness todav.
followed by rain or snow tonight arid
tomorrow; not much change in tem
perature.
West Virginia—lncreasing cloudiness
today; tomorrow rain or snow, slowly
rising temperature.
Record for 24 Hours.
Temperature—Midnight. 25: 2 am.
23; 4 am.. 22; 6 a.m„ 22; 8 am., 23;
10 am., 27; 12 noon. 29; 2 p.m., 32-
4 p.m.. 31; 6 p.m., 36; 8 p.m., 30; 10
p.m.. 29.
Highest. 34; lowest, 21.
Temperature same date last year—
Highest. 36; lowest, 24.
Tide Tables.
(Furnished by United States Coast and
Geodetic Survey.)
Today—Low tide, 7:24 a.m. and 7:51
pm; high tide, 12:35 am. and
1:15 p.m.
Tomorrow—Low tide, 8:20 am. and
8:53 p.m.; high tide, 1:35 am. and
2:17 p.m.
The Sun and Moon.
Today—Sun rose 7:24 a.m.; sun sets
4:49 p.m.
Tomorrow—Sun rises 7:24 a.iri.; sun
■ets 4:50 p.m.
Moon sets 12:10 p.m
Automobile lamps to be lighted one
half hour after sunset.
Weather In Various Cities.
Precipi-
Max. Min. tatlon.S
Sat- Prt. Sat. p.m. to
w ~ urday.nltht.Sp m.Bp m.
Ashex-ille. N. C, 30 12 26
Atlanta, Ga 36 18 in
Atlantic City. N. J.... 32 24 28
Baltimore. Md 34 24 30
Birmlneham. Ala 36 18 28 0.04
Bismarck. N. Dak 0 -10 -8 .. .
Boston, Mass 32 22 28
Buffalo. N Y 26 14 22 0.48
Chicago. 11l 18 6 16
Cincinnati, Ohio 22 2 20
Cheyenne. Wyo 22 2 16
Cleveland. Ohio 20 12 20 001
Davenport. lowa 24 8 18
Denver. Colo 24 12 22
Des Moines. lowa 20 8 16
Detroit, Mich 22 8 is
Duluth. Minn 4 -4 -8
El Paso. Tex 34 16 28 ...'.
Galveston, Tex 34 34 30 024
Helena. Mont 20 4 18
Indianapolis. Ind 20 8 18 ....
Jacksonville. Fla 46 30 42 ...
Kansas City, Mo 22 0 20
Little Rock, Ark 36 24 32 ....
lor Angeles. Calif..... 72 58 66 ...
Louisville, Ky 24 n 22
Marquette, Minh 24 6 14 6’6i
Memphis. Tenn 32 24 30
Miami. Fla 68 52 68 008
Mobile, Ala '.'42 28 36 0.01
New Orleans. La 38 34 32 0 28
New York. N. Y 32 22 28
North Platte. Nebr.... 24 4 IP ....
Omaha. Nebr 14 6 12 ....
Philadelphia. Pa 34 24 30 ....
Phoenix. Arir 62 42 56 ....
Pittsburgh. Pa......... 22 10 20 ....
Portland. Me 26 16 22
Portland. Oreg 50 40 46 0.12
Salt Lake City, Utah.. 34 18 28 ....
St. Louis. Mo 24 12 22
St Paul. Minn 4 6 0 2
San Antonio. Tex 32 26 32 0.34
San Diego. Calif 70 52 64
San Francisco. Calif... 68 52 56 ....
Santa Fe. N. Mex 28 4 18 ....
Savannah. Ga IS 30 40 ....
Seattle. Wash 48 38 46 034
Springfield. 111. 20 6 16 ....
Tampa. Fla 62 36 56
Toledo. Ohio 20 10 16
Vicksburg. Miss 30 28 26 0.24
WASHINGTON. D. C.. 34 21 SO
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right: Mrs. Naomi Hall, Mrs. George llart, Mrs. Louise Christenberry and Lucile
Hart. Back row, left to right: Catherine Hart, Warren J. Moore and Catherine
Rudderforth. —Star Staff Photo.
MUSIC AND RECITING
i ON YULE PROGRAM
‘North Capitol Citizens to Award
Prizes in Better Lawns Con
test Tomorrow Night.
A program of music and recitations
will feature a Christmas meeting of the
North Capitol Citizens’ Association in
the McKinley High School tomorrow
Mrs. Payne.
evening at 8 o’clock
to be topped off by
the awarding of
prizes to the win
ners in the better
lawns’ contest con
ducted by the
association. The
prizes will be pre
sented in behalf
of the association
by Mrs. Ada Mills
Payne, chairman
of the better lawns’
committee in
charge of the con
test.
Henry Gilligan,
president of the as
sociation will de
liver an address of
welcome at the meeting. A series of
Christmas carols will be sung by the
Women's City Club Ensemble. The
remainder of the program is to in- '
elude readings by Miss Bertha Frances
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searches at the annual meetings of the
American Association for the Advance
ment of Science at Des Moines next
week, the subjects ranging from child
psychology to parasitic diseases of
plants.
The apparently successful campaign
to eradicate the Mediterranean fruit
fly. the most dreaded insect invader
yet to appear in the United States,
will be described by Dr. Charles L.
Marlatt, chief of the United States
Bureau of Entomology. The anthropo
logical problems afforded on the one
hand by the American Indians and
on the other by the successive immigra
tion waves will be presented by Dr.
Fay-Cooper Cole, chairman of the
division of anthropology and psychology
of the National Research Council.
Dr. Paul H. Furfey of Catholic Uni
versity will describe the latest re
searches at that institution on the
mental equipment of the new born
with its bearings on the influence of
heredity and environment in human
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providing the greatest number of Wash
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meetings. Those who will read papers
are: Henry Giese, William Stuart. E.
R. Sasscer, S. B. Fracker, R. A. Sheals,
F. C. Bishop, E. W. Leake, R. W. Wells,
E. A. Black, R. T. Cotton, William W.
Diehl, Anna E. Jenkins, G. N. Collins,
Alice M. Anderson, Wanda K. Farr, R.
W. Webb, Dorothy Nickerson, George
Haines, G. B. Ramsey, Alice A. Bailey,
G. H. Rleman. Mary K. Bryan, Isme A.
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F. Musil. Mildred E. Lyon. C. F. Swin
gle, J. R. Magness, George M. Dar
row, A. F. Satterthwait, F. L. Camp
bell. B. C. Brunstetter and C. A. Ma
goon.
Other local institutions will be rep
resented as follows: Coast and Geo
detic Survey, N. H. Peck; Public Health
Service. H. W. Chalkley; Weather Bu
reau, William J. Humphries; Naval Re
search Laboratory, E. O. Hulbert; Na
tional Zoological Park, William M.
Mann; Bureau of Standards, Peter Hid
nert and W. T. Sweeney: National Re
search Council, Paul Moore; Smith
sonian Institution. Dr. Ales Hrdlicka;
Bureau of American Ethnology, M. W.
Stirling: Bureau of Fisheries, Lewis
Radcliffe.
In addition to those w'ho will read
papers many other Washington scien
tists are planning to attend the meet
ings of the various societies composing
the American association at Des
Moines.
Manufacturing industries in Argen
tina are being developed.
WAKEFIELD FUND
HELDUPIN HOUSE
Restoration of Washington
Birthplace Must Meet
Cramton Objection.
The House yesterday refused to pass
by unanimous consent the bill which
passed the Senate several days ago,
authorizing an appropriation of $65,000
for the restoration of Wakefield, the
birthplace of George Washington. The
objection was made by Representative
Louis C. Cramton of Michigan, solely
on the ground that he had not yet re
ceived complete assurance that the re
producing of Washington's birthplace
would be exactly according to the build
ing as it stood at that time.
Representative Cramton is friendly to
this legislation and has made a careful
personal study. He had been told that
a woman living in Richmond whose
mother had lived in the original house,
had a picture of the place as it ap
peared at the time of Washington’s
birth, and that he had brought this
matter to the attention of the Secre
tary of War and Chairman Moore of
the Commission of Pine Arts.
Cramton also emphasized assurances
he has received that John D. Rocke
feller would be willing to extend his
gift toward restoration, if assured that
the work was to be carried out accord
ing to the actual conditions of Wash*
lngton’s day, as nearly as could be de
termined.
The measure was presented by Rep
resentative Bland of Virginia, in whose
district Wakefield Is located. It pro
vided $15,000 for the Secretary of War
to have the present monument moved,
and $50,000 for the Wakefield Memorial
Association of the District of Columbia
for preparing plans for rebuilding the
Washington birthplace according to de
signs to be approved by the Secretary
of War.
CADETS APPOINTED.
Daniel McKeever Is Named by
President Hoover.
The President has appointed Daniel
J. McKeever, 4406 Fourteenth street,
a cadet at large at the United Slates
Military Academy subject to qual ilca
tion at the March entrance examina
tion.
Similar appointments have l>een
given William W. Childress, Port Mc-
Pherson, Ga.; Thomas Owens, Coro
nado, Calif.; Harold S. Donald, Balti
more, Md.; Ralph E. Hendricksen, Port
Snelling, Minn.; Robert Besson, Nash
ville, Tenn.; John H. Squler, Hawaii;
Frank C. Norvell, Hawaii, and William
A. Cunningham, Jr., Fort McPherson,
Ga.
•■■■
Cold Death Stalks Balkana.
VIENNA. December 21 (fP). —Tele-
grams to this city from all parts of the
Balkans today reported heavy snow
storms with numerous deaths from cold.
Railroad traffic was interrupted and
telegraphic communication was dif
ficult.
$50,000 ASKED IN SUIT
CHARGING ALIENATION
Man Says He Lived Happily With
Wife Until She Met De
fendant.
Alienation of his wife’s affections is
charged in a suit to recover $50,000
damages filed yesterday in the District
Supreme Court by Charles E. Milford,
3646 Warder street, against Prank O.
Prepnelt, 3654 New Hampshire avenue.
The husband says he was married to
Burdine M. Gotthard, January 23, 1926,
and lived happily with her until she
met the defendant some time prior to
November 14. 1929.
Because of the alleged actions of the
defendant in seeking the companion
ship and society of the wife of the
plaintiff, it is alleged, Mrs. Milford left
her husband November 14 and has sinre
refused to return to him. Attorney
George B. Cowles appears for the hus
band.
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