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UNNET. EMMETT COPELAND. ’ Oar ■incere appreciation and thanki to the £ liter and congregation of tht Bacend aptltt Church, organiiationi, clubs and our many frianda for their klndneaa during tha illness. alio the expression of »rm Pithy extended, telegrams, cards and the beautiful floral tributes sent st bis passing. THE FAMILY. * Drafts . BAUETT, ELIZABETH A. On January If. 18427 ELIZABETH A BARRETT, widow of John A Barrett. Survivms her are Mrs Mae V. Ford. Mrs. B. C. Hansen. William J. Barratt. Timothy Barrett and Joseph Bar rett and Frank Barratt of Tranton. N. J.: George Barrett of Bordentown. N. J . and Mrs. Harry Brack of Naw Jersey. Remains resting in Bordentown, N J. Funeral will be Monday momma. Janu ary 19. at 9 a m from St Mary's Church. Interment at church cemetery. BERRY. V, ELDON E. On Thursday. January IS- 1942. at his residence. 1461 Park road n.w.. WELDON E. BERRY, be loved »on of David K and Annie C. Berry. Services at Chamberi’ funeral home. 617 11th it. s e , on Sunday. January 18. at 2 p it Relatives end friends Invited. Interment In Columbia Oardena Cem etery. 18 BERBY. WELDON E. A special com munication of Petworth Lodge, No 47. F. A A. M will be held at the Lodge Hall. 4209 9th at n.w . on Sunday Jan uary 18. 1942 at 1 p.m. to conduct Masonic services for our late brother. WELDON E. BERRY, a charter member HENRY H RIHMANN. Master Attest: HERBERT W. LUDWIG. Becty. 18 BOLT. JOHN BROADl'S. On Saturday. January IT 1942. JOHN BROADUS BOLT, beloved husband of Mayme E Bolt, aon of Beniamin F and Lure V. Bolt. Interment m Belton. S. C. BURKHARD. JOSEPH M. Suddenly at Relay. Md.. JOSEPH M. BURKHARD. be- . laved husband of Helen M Burkhard and son of Michael and the late Margaret Burk hard. Funeral service* at the grave side In Cedar Hill Cemetery on Monday. January 19. 1942. at 11 a m. Arrangement! by Wm. H. Sardo Si Co. BURROWS. EDMUND S.. 8r. On Satur day. January 17. 1942. at his residence. 3802 Yuma st. n.w., EDMUND S. BUR ROWS. Sr beloved husband of Josephine G. Burrows end father of Edmund S. Bur rows. Jr., and William J.. Malcom A. Bur rowa. Mrs. Margaret E. Norris and Edna B. Crilley. Funeral servicee at the above residence on Monday. January 19, at 2 p.m. Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. lb BUSEY. COLSTON H. Departed this j life on Thursday. January 13. 1942. at Mount Alto Hospital. COLSTON H. BUSEY. son of the late Farris and Lucy Busey, j devoted husband of Grace Busey. beloved brother of Bertha Branch. Other rela tives and friends also survive him. FTlendj may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 14:12 U st. n.w,. after 5 p m. Sat urdey. January 17. Funeral Monday. January 19. at 1 p m . from the Union Wesley A. M. E. Z. Church, | 23rd st between L and M its. n.w.. Rev. i F. w. Alstork officiating. Relativei and friends invited Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. 18 CARRIGAN. MART E. Member* of Unity — Council. No. 17. Dauahter* of America, are reoues>ed to i meet at the J W. Cook fu Ineral home. 8t. Paul and IPreslon its.. Baltimore. Md-. ITuesday. January 20. 1947. ' 1 Dm. for services for our late sister. MARY E. CAR ' RIGAN. JEANETTE JORDAN. Councilor. LAURA MILBURY. Recordlna Secy. CHAPMAN. JAMES H. Entered Into eternal rest on Wednesday, January 14, 1942, JAMES H CHAPMAN of 1622 0 St. r. w . lovine brother of Fannie Hipkms and Lottie Quake, the devoted husband of Frances A. Chapman. Other relatives and friends also survive. ■ Remains rerun* at the funeral home of John T. Rhines & Co . 3rd and Eve sts s *•. where funeral services will be held Monday. January 19. at 1 pm. Inter ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. id COSTLEY. GERALD. Suddenly. on Thursday. January 16. 1942. GERALD COSTLEY of «109 Clay st. n.e He leaves a mother, wife, uncle, one aunt, grand mother. other relatives and friends Re mains resting at Henry 6. Washington <v Son funeral home. 4925 Dean ave. n.e.. after 4pm. Sunday. January 1*. Funeral Monday. January 19. at 2 pm Relatives and friends invited. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. CRIVELLA. MNZIO. On Friday. Jan uary IS. 1942. at his residence 715 loth st. n.e NUNZIO CRIVELLA. beloved hus band of Sarah Crivella (nee Citranoi and beloved father of Anthony. Mrs Rose Guklielmini. Joseph. Jennie and Sam Cri vella. Funeral will be held from the above residence on Monday, January 19. at 8:3ti a m High reoutem mass at Holy Name Church at 9 a m Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friend* Invited. 18 DALET. BERTHA B. On Thursday. January 16. 1942. ±t her home. Glen Echo. Md BERTHA B. DALEY, beloved wife of Preston C. Daley Funeral services at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase funeral home of Wm Reuben Pum Phrey. 7905 Wisconsin ave.. on Monday. January 19, at 11 a.m. Interment Haaers town. Md. 1» DABBY. HANNA! lOWMAN. Departed ♦his life Thursday. January 15. 1947. at her residence 430 Pendleton at, Alex andria Va, HANNAH LOWMAN DARBY, the beloved wife of the late Warren Darby, lovlnt mother of Charles Jones. Other relatives and friends also survive. Remains resting at the funeral home of John T Rhines A Co, 221 N Patrick y . Alexandria. Va . where funeral serv Mes will be held Monday. January IP. at 1 pm Rev Straughn officiating. Inter ment Douglas Cemetery. 18 DEDERICK. MARGUERITE A. On Thursday. January 15. 1947. a* Garfield Hospital MARGUERITE A. DEDERICK of 4934 37th" st. n w . beloved mother of Mildred E. Plummer. Marvel M. Heinrichs and Howard L, Maxwell W, Bemlck B. and Edward P Dederick Services at the S. H Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w, on Sunday. Jan uary is at 2 p.m. Interment private. 18 DELLAWOOD. JOSEPH. On Tuesday. Januar'- 13. 1P42 at Gallinger Hospital. J06EPH DELLAWOOD. the devoted hus band of Evelv Dellawood He leaves to mourn his loss a grandmother. Mrs. Barnes, and a host of relatives and friends. Funeral services at the Campbell funeral home. Monday. January 19 1942, at 1 p.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. DOMER. HARRY TENNYSON. On Fri day. January 16. 1942. at Willow Grove. Pa, HARRY TENNYSON DOMER. beloved husband of Gertrude M Domer and son of the late Rev. Samuel Domer. D. D, and Lydia Davis Domer. Friends may call at Hysonas funeral home. 1300 N st. n.w, Sunday. January 18. after 4 p m Funeral services Monday. January 19. at 2 P m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 18 DOUGLAS. VIETTA MADISON. Passed Into the great beyond Wednesday, January 14. 1947. at her residence. 1133 B. Colum bia pike Arlington, Va . VIETTA MADI SON DOUGLAS, the beloved wife of Har rison Douglas She also is survived by two sisters, four brothers and other rela tives and friends. Remains resting at the funeral home of John T Rhines A Co, 3rd and Eye sts. s w, until 3 p.m. Sat urday. January 17; thereafter at her late residence Funeral Sunday. January is. at 1:15 p m . from Mount Olivet Baptist Church, Arllntton. Va , Rev A A. Mackley of ficiating. Interment Odd Fellows' Cem etery. 18 FUNERAL DIRECTORS. V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither successor to nor connected with the original w. R Speare establishment. 1009 H St. N.W. Natione° 2882 J. William Lee’s Sons Co. «th and Mass. Are. N.E. LI. 5208 FT VIRAL DIRECTORS Crematorium. ' CEMETERYLOTS. 12 SITES FOR SALE CEDAR HILL Cemetery. M. E S section Buy one or all. Reasonable. Phone Capital Heights «08. 18* LOTS FOR SALE IN BEST LOCATION Columbia Gardens Cemeterv. Arlington; eTeatlj_rpduced_£ri£e5i_OXi_H*4jNW^_^_ FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEOTcTSHAFFER. Inc. EXPRESSIVE PLORAL TRIBUTES AT MODERATE FRICES PHONE NA 0106 ZSTwESSr Cor. 14th & Eye MANNING’S £ggg£ 1827 Conn. Ave. DE. 5606. GUDE BROS. CO. "■«» 1818 W at N.W National 4«76 * CEMETERY LOTS. 2 GRAVE SITES IN DESIRABLE PART OP Cone. Cem. P. J. O.. Pranklin 7200. Ext. *05.L_ AT TIME OF SORROW Call Spruce 0250. WASHINGTON NATIONAL Tht Capital’s Finest Memorial Park. Courtesy Car—No Obligations. Bln|l^_j3tte^^amll£_^lot^^Re»songbl#; MONUMENTS. Lincoln Memorials One of AMERICA’S Largest Mannfactnrers Saves You 20 to 40% oa MONUMENTS Saautilal Granite Monuments • ||| iFor 4 Graraa ■ “ P ZZSill $12.50 1014 Eya St. N.W. Opan SUNDAYS Em Delivery In BOO Miltt Baltimara—Waihington—Clavaland Brallp FBM*i JACOB r. On Ba r Janu ary 17, 19*2. at Doetera' Hoi JACOB P. FRICH. beloved husband le Barr Freeh and father of T. G. L jwln J. Freeh and stapfathar of Mrs 111am H. Haller and Mrs. Ethel V. Libby. Friends may call at the Lae funeral home. 4th it. and Mass. are. n.e, whera services will ba held on Tuasday. January 20, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Inter ment Conaressional Cemetery. 19 GARNER. MM. MELVIN A. On Friday. January 16. 1942. at Qarfleld Hospital. Mra. MELVIN A. GARNER of 433 Bu chanan at. n.w.. beloved wife of Wlllla H. Garner Remains restlns at ths James T. Ryan funeral Ninme. 317 Pa. ave. if until 9 a m. Monday, January 19: thence to Beth any Baptist Church. Callao. Vi . whera services will be held at l p m. Intermant church cemetery. Relatives and friends are invited. In GORBAM. AUGUSTUS. Departed thle He Wednesday. January 14. 1842, AU GUSTUS GORHAM He leave* to mourn their loss a devoted wife. Minnie Gorham; a son. a dauihter two aletora and other relatives and frlende. Remains restlne at the O sorts E. Gardiner ft Bon funeral home. 322 D at. aw. where eervlcea will be held Monday. January 19. at 12 noon. Rev. Penn effl Ciatlne. Interment Leeaburc. Va. IS GIBSON. JOHN H. On Saturday. Janu ary 17, 1942, at SB* H!:h at.. Burlington. N. J.. JOHN H. GIBSON, formerly of 2728 N it. n.w. husband of Pannle Gibson and father of Charles Francis Gibson Funeral Wadnesdsy. January 21. in Bur llntton. N. J. Friends Invited. HAGANS. LILLIAN J. Departed this life Thursday. January 16 1942. at 4 p.m.. at Freedman s Hospital. LILLIAN J. HA GANS. the beloved deuehter of Mrs. Lillian H Dlaaa and the late Robert C Haeans She also leaves to mourn their loss a stepfather Arthur J. Dices: an aunt. Sadia Richardson: two cousins, Evelyn and Ed ward Richardson, and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains reatine at the Janifer A Wpodford funeral home 1141 22nd at n.w. where friends may cell after 11 e.m. Sunday Funeral services Monday. January 19. at l p.m.. at the Metropolitan “aptist Church. R st. between r.’th and 13th st*.. Rev. F C. Smith officiating. Interment Payne's Cemetery. IS* HANDY. JEAN YANDELL. On Saturday. January 17. 194? at Georse Washington University Hospital. JEAN YANDFLI, HANDY, beloved daughter of Winifred end the late William Y. Handy, and lister of A. Hamilton Handy of Newark. N J. Funeral services at the S. H Hine* Co. funeral home. 2901 14th at. n w . on Mon day. January 19. at 3 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment private. HILLMAN. BESSIE LEE. On Wednes day. January 14. 1842. RESSIE LEE HILL MAN. beloved wife of Frederick M. Hill man. mother of Fred E Hillman and Ruby Ann Bowen and dauehter of Anna B. Stafford of Terre Haute. Ind Services at the Chambers funeral home. SIT 11th st. ae. on Monday. January 19. at 3 pm. Relatives and friends In vited. Interment Washington National Cemetery. 18 HI NT. MATTIE V. On Friday. January in. ] 942, at her residence. 7807 Duke at., Arlington. Va . MATTIE V HUNT, wife of the late Edward Hunt end 'istar of Mrs. Annie Deavers. Mrs. Mabel Wenk and Earl P. Hutchison. Remains resting at Chambers- funeral home. Mon Chapin st n.w . where services l will be held on Monday. January 10. 1042. at 11 a m Relatives and friends invited. Interment Marshall. Va. Hl’NT. MATTIE V. A special meetinc of Naomi Chapter. No 3. 6. E. 6.. is ca’led for Moq ay. Januarr 19. at 10 a m.. asonic Tem ple. 13th and N York ave,. for the purp ducting funeral . lap sister. ' ELLEN A FERG ' HELEN D. RC JENKINS. LC 1«. 1942. at hg Seat Pleasant, of the late Bw Lillie C- Browns children Ren funeral home Monday. January Services and inti Cemetery. Stafford ( KNIFFIN. 8ERGT SERGT FRANK DREV diers’ Home died at Gl Hospital Tuesday. Januar? is survived by his wife. Pearll stepdaughter Mary Scott The funeral was h-ld st U - Soldiers’ Home, in the chapel, on Friq nuary 18. at 11 o'clock. • MARCEY. COURTNEY MILLER. On Sat urday. January 17. 1942. at Oteen. N C. COURTNEY MILLER MARCEY. husband of Corinne M. Marcey. son of Mrs Lewis Mar cey and brother of Mrs. Edna Lynn of Cleveland. Ohio. Notice of funeral later. MILLER. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN On Friday. January in. 1947. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MILLER, beloved husband of Annie L Milter and father of Mrs. Alice Taylor, Mrs. P. V Chess Mrs Theodore Miller. Herbert V Miller. Mrs. H O. McCreery. John A Miller and Clyde Miller. Funeral services will be held Sunday. January 18. 1947. at 3 pm . at the Breth CemetiryCh' Va Chyyth MOORE. ARTHUR CHESTER.'’ tJe parted this life Wednesday January 14. 1947. at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Balti more. Md . ARTHUR CHESTER MOORE, beloved son of William and Irene Moore devoted brother of Katherine Koger. Earl. Leroy. Howard and’ Alfons# Moore. Also survivtnr age many other relatives Md. friends Remains resting at the W Erpgst Jarvis-funeral ehureh. 1437 You at km/ until Sunday a m : thereafter-,at his late residence. 2424 South Glebe road. Arling ton. Va. Funeral Sunday January is. at 2 p m„ from the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church. Gainesville. Va. Relatives and friends in vited. Interment church cemetery. • 15.lfl.lS NICHOLS. MADELINE LAYTON. On Friday January lfl. 1P42. at Columbia Hospital. Mrs MADELINE LAYTON NICH OLS. beloved wife of James R Nichols and mother of Mary Madeline and Margaret Turcin Sisler. Remains resting at Hysone's funeral home. 1300 N st. n.w.. where services will be held on Monday January 19. at 11 a m Relatives and friend* invited to at tend. Interment Arlington National Cem etery. 18 NOKES, JAMES EDWARD. JR. On Thursday. January 15. 1947 JAMES ED WARD NOKES. Jr of 3807 M st. n.w.. beloved son of James Edward and Minnie Lurch Nokes and fa’her of Dorothy Lee and James Howard Nokes Services at Congress Street Church. 1238 31st st. n.w . on Monday. January 19. at 2 p m. Remains will rest in the church two hours previous to service. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. IS OWEN. NORMA B. On Thursday. Janu ary 15. 194-2. at Pullahome. Tenn NORMA B OWEN, beloved wife of Col James B. Owen and mother of Capt. Richard R. Owen and Dr, Robert F Owen Remains resting at Chambers' funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w. Service* at the Port Myer Chapel. Fort Myer. Va.. on Mondav. January IP at .0 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Inter ment Arlinaton National Cemetery. PARKER. EFFIE N. On Priday. Jan uary 18. 1942. at Doctors’ Hospital. EFFIE N. PARKER, beloved wife of Paul H. Par ker and dauahter of Mr. and Mrt May Harris of Leapwood Tenn. Remains rest in* at the 8. H. Hlnea Co funerel home. 2901 14th st. n w.. until 2 p m. Sunday. January 18 Interment Leapwood Tenn. 18 PIERCE. HARRY HUNT. Suddenly, on Saturday. January 17. 1942. at his resi dence 515 Seward square s.e.. HARRY HUNT PIERCE, beloved husband of Lora C Pierce Priends may call at the Lee funeral home. 4th st and Mass. ave. n.e. Notice of funeral later. 18 REDINGTON. ELIZABETH STEARNS. On Saturday. January 17. 1942. at Manassas. Va.. ELIZABETH STEARNS REDINGTON aged 78. beloved aister of the lite Paul Ooodwin Redington. also surviving are two brothers John Chase Redington of Wilton. Conn., and Theodore Towne Redington of Pasadena. Calif Remains resting at Pearson's funeral home. 40R Washington at.. East Palls Church. Va.. where funeral services will be held Sunday, January is. at 2:30 pm. Interment will be In St. John'bury, Vt.. 1 by the side of her father and mother. 1H RICHARDSON. WILLIAM J. On Priday. ! January 18. 104" WILITAM J. RICHARD i SON. friend of William Waters. He also Is ! survived by other friends. Remains resting at the Malvan A Schey j funeral home. N J av» and R at. n w,. I where services will be held Monday. Janu ary 19. 1 p.m. • ! ROSS. NELLIE GRANT. On Saturday January 17, 1942. NELLIE GRANT ROP8 I nf 1359 Park rd n.w.. be’oved sister of i Phoebe Ann and Rav R Ross. Remains resting at the S H. Hines Co funeral home. 2901 14th at. n.w., until 9:30 a.m.. Tues dav. January 20. Funeral services at the Union Methodist Church. 814 '.’nth st. n.w. on Tueidey. January 20. a*. 10 a.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 19 3EBOLD. MARY AGNES. On Saturday, I January 17. 1942 at Owens Beach. Deal. Md . MARY AGNES SEBOin (nee Crehan>, beloved wlte of James F. Sebold. Funeral from Timothy Hanlon funeral parlor. 841 H it. n.e . on Tuesday. January 20. at 8:30 s.m Renuiem mass will be celebrated kt St. Aloysius Church at 9 a m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relative! and friends Invited. 19 SHEEHAN. JAMES FRANCIS. On Friday. January 18. 1942. at hli residence. 1110 S 17th st.. Arllniton. Va., JAMES FRANCIS SHEEHAN, beloved husband of Olivia V. Sheehan. Remains rest me at the Ives funeral home. 2947 Wilson blvd., Arlington. Va., until Monday. January 19. at 1 p m., thenca to Fort Myer Chapel, where funeral serv ices will be held at 1:30 p.m. Interment Arllniton National Cemetery. (Philadel phia. Pa., and Trenton. N. J., papers please copy.) 18 SHEEHAN, JAMES F. Washington Lodge. No. 15. B. F. O. Elks, will convene In session of sorrow at 7:15 p.m.. Sunday. Janu , ary 18. 1942. for the purpose of paying tribute to the mem ory of our late brother JAMES F. 8HEEHAN. en rolled May 0. 1923: died Jan uary 15. Elk services at Ives funeral home. 2847 Wilson blvd,. Arlington. Va.. at 8 p.m. By order of ALLEN J DUVALL Attest: Exalted Ruler. W. 8. SHELBY. Secretary. SMITH. MABEL. On Friday. January 18. 1942. at her residence. 73 New York ave. n.e.. MABEL SMITH, beloved wife of Pitas M Smith and mother of Mrs. Beulah Brad ley of St. Joseph. Tenn.; John S. Oraen of Denver. Colo.: Glenn A. Green of Warren vllle. S. C ; Mrs. Imoaene Beumgerdner of Cocoli.«Paname. and Mrs. Virginia G. Bal lard of Washington. D. C. Remains resting at tha Chambers funeral heme. 1400 Chapin at. n.w.. where aervioee sms ment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. It Judge Refuses to Give Up Wesf Virginia Official ■7 the Asaoeleted Preae. CHARLESTON, W. Va., Jin. 17.— Federal Judge Ben Moore refused today to grant an order for the removal of West Virginia Auditor Edgar B. Sims to Michigan, where he is under indictment in the Fidelity Assurance Association case. John W. Babcock, chief assistant United States attorney for the Eastern Michigan district, had sought Sims’ removal on a fugitive warrant to answer the indictment which charged 81ms and 12 other persons with fraud and violation of the Securities Act in operation of the affairs of the ^25,000,000 Wheeling, W. Va., Arm. Judge Moore held that Mr. Bab* cock had relied solely on the indict* ment as prlma facie evidence that removal should be ordered but the court felt that was insufficient. Bratttf TAYLOR. WILLIAM JAMES. On Satur day. January IT. 1943. at hla hane 1AI2 Hancock it.. Arliniton, Va.. WILLIAM JAMES TAYLOR, beloved aon of Mr. and Mr*. John C. Taylor. Remains reatina at his home. R«auiem muss Monday mornini. 9 am., at St. Charles' Church. Interment St Marys Cemetery. Alexandria. Arranaementa by Fitxaerald funeral home. WARING. ELLEN BANKHEAD. Suddenly, on Seturday, January IT. 1943. at the resi dence of Mrs. Charles R. Hooff. Seminary Hill. Alexandria. Va ELLEN BANKHEAD WARING, elster of Robert O. Warlna and Mrs. Halsey Dickenson of Frederlekrburx and Mrs. Leslie C. Cooper of Waahlne ton. D. C Funeral services from the above resi dence Monday. January 19. at 3 pm. In terment Ivy Hill Cemetery. Alexandria. Va. 18 WILDER. MARC 118. On Thursday. Jan uary IA. 1943. MARCUS WILDER, beloved husband of Nancy Wilder, brother of Joseph and Sally M Wilder and Leila Hartafleld. Friends may call at the W. Krneit Jarvis luneral church, 14.'t3 U at. n.w after in a m Sunday. January 1*. Funeral Tuesday. January 3n, at 11:30 am, from the above funeral church Rela tives and friends Invited Interment Ar linaton National Cemetery. Id-18-19 WORTMAN. FANNIE T. On Saturday. JamisonMJ143. at Ashburn. Va.. FANNIE Services at Mount Hope Baptist Church Monday. January 19. 1943. at 2 P.m.. Rev. Huthes offlclatins. in 4Rmartain ADAMS. EMMA C. In loving memory a* mv deer mother. EMMA C. ADAMS, fno passed away twenty-nine years ago. Iknuary iff, 1912. * Just a lint of aweet remembrance. Just t memory fond end true. , Just a token of love * devotion K That my heart still Ionia for you. } HER LOVING DAUGHTER. MARY. • K BAUGHMAN. ARTHUR LINWOOD. In gloving memory of our dear son. brother I »nd s«/et heart. ARTHUR UN WOOD I BAUGHMAN, who departed thla life one [year ago today, January is, 1941. Just when life was sweetest And he could have lived his best, God forbede him suffer lonaer And called him home to rest. We miss that light and ever will. His place with us—there’s none to fill. Peaceful be thy ellent alumber. Peaceful in a grave so low: Thou^ you 11 no more join our number, lur song* and sorrowa know; Savior sends a new eerth loved ones here below. In we pray to meet thee, our day of life is fled, fi] it joy to greet thee w ■ no farewell tears sre shed INQ FATHER. MOTHER. BISTER. HERB AND SWEETHEART. • BO^tEN. ARTHUR CARTER. In remem brance of our loving father and huaband. ARTHUR CARTER BOLDEN who departed thig Ufa one year ago. January 17. 1941. Bl^ep on. dear father. We know you're happy up there. Where there 1* no sorrow, suffering* Heartache and troubles to bear. 1 eljsha- In memory of mv be £.v*d , ELI8HA CAREY who de 8ary*lR*llt 1** °n* J,,r t0d*7’ J*n‘ flttl! but not faiotten ■> Mrtha caret^homab. «.. ' FERGUSON. CLEMENT R. In loving re 5'e,5&DnfS.St,m7ud,,i bu*end. CLtXtafr B FERGUSON who departed thla life one reer aao. January 17. 1941. Dong but not forgotten, tf RIB RTFS. CECELIA FERGUSON. • I■ MARY C. In sad but loving ince of our deir wife and mother. - GRADY, who departed thla life two rears aao today. January iff. 1940. We mise you now. our heart# are eora. As time goes by we miss you more. Your loving smile, rour gentle face. No one can fill your vacant place. HUSBAND AND CHILDREN. • HALL. IRENE HOLLAND. A tribute of love to the memory of our beloved daugh ter. IRENE HOLLAND HALL, who departed $i« 1940 tW0 Jre,r* **° lod*7> January God knows how much we mis* her. Never shall memories ftde. Lovina thoughts shall ever wander, _To the spot where she la laid H%iA°VHISeLAMN0DTHER' WW8TON A!P HALL. IRENE HOLLAND. In aid but loving remembrance of our beloved mother. IRENE HOLLAND HALL who left us two years ago today, January IS. 1940. A mother who gave us the best of her life. Who cherished our gecrets. our sorrow* and strife: Who taught us to lova. who taught us to pray— Our mother in heaven God bless you today. HER DEVOTED CHILDREN. JULIA. DOLORES. VASHTT AND DOUGLAS. • HARRIS. MARTHA; HILL. LUCY:. HAR RIS. WESLEY; REYNOLDS. GEORGE W.; NEAL. MARY. In loving memory of mr dear parents: Mother. MARTHA HARRIS. May .1. 1*91; grandmother. LUCY HILL December 27. 1*91; father. WESLEY HAR RIS. August 21. 1905: slater. MARY NEAL November 7. 1927: husband. OCORGE W. REYNOLDS, January IS, 1941. A lovina thought, true and tender. Just to show I still remember. YOUR LONELY WIPE. OUS6IK K. REYNOLDS. • HOUSE. WALTER B. Departed this life one year ato today. January IS. 1941. WALTER B. HOUSE our son and brother. HIS DEVOTED MOTHER AND SISTER LUCY. • HOUSE. WALTER B. A tribute of love and devotion in memory of my beloved husband. WALTER B. HOUSE, who de parted thla life one year ago today, January IS. 1941. Dear la the spot where he Is laid. e>weet is the memory that never will fad*. Part of my life lies buried deep Under the sod where my dear one sleeps. HIS DEVOTED WIFE BESSIE. • HOUSE. WALTER B. In memory of my beloved brother-in-law, who di«l one year ago today. January IS. 1941. Devoted and true to the end of hia dart, Faithful and lovina in all his ways. Loving and gentle, patient and kind. What a beautiful memory he left behind. TURPPOSE LEWIS. • KALSTROM. CLARENCE E. In sacred memory of my dear husband, whom Ood took two years ago todiy, January 18, 1940. In my lonely hours of thinklna. Thoughts of you are always near. L who love you. aadly miss you As it dawns another y*ar. NELL. • KALSTROM. CLARENCE E. In sad but lovina memory of our fa:her. who passed away two years ago today. January 18. 1940. Remembered and loved always. BILL AND MARY. • LOFTIES. FRANCES E. A tribute of love to the memory of a kind end devoted mother. FRANCES E. LOFTIES. who en tered her heven of rest nineteen »»■ ago today. January IS. 1923. My mother was one who took mv hand And spoke a speech I could understand: She was partly kindness, partly mirth. And had faith unfaltering in my worth. She wgs first to cheer me in success And last to leave me In distress. She was always constant, honett and true. And forever dear mother. I will always love you. A DEVOTED AND ONLY DAUGHTER. RUTH L. JOLIE. • MARSHALL. JOHN EDWARD. In lov ing memory of our husband, father and grandfather. JOHN EDWARD MARSHALL, who departed this life one year ago today, January 18. 1941. He waa loving and kind in all his ways. Unselfish and Just to the end of his days; Sincere and true in heart and mind. What a beautiful memory he left behind. HIS DEVOTED-WIFE. DAUGHTERS. SONS AND ORANDCHILDREN. • MORGAN, MARY; RAEDY. MARY. In loving memory of our dear grandmothers. MARY RAEDY. who departed this life 1« years ago. January IS. 1928. and MARY MORGAN, who departed this life 17 years ago today. January 18. 1926. Gone but not forgotten. MARGARET AND JOSEPHINE. • PETERS. MARGARET. In tad but lov ing remembrance of our beloved daughter. MARGARET PETERS, who departed this Ufa fire years ago today, January 18. 1937. In our hearts your memory lingers. Sweetly, tenderly, loving and trua; There la net a day. dear Margaret, That we do not think of you. THE FAMILY. • WILLIAMS. ROBERT E. A tribute of love to the memory of our dear father. ROBERT E. WILLIAMS, who departed this life two /ears age today. January 18. 1940. Although yi soul la now at rest And free e and pain. Thif world like has van SELECT WINNING ART WORK—Judges in the first annual commercial art and photo show spon sored by the Advertising Club of Washington are shown picking the winning pieces. Left to right are Lester Douglas of Nation's Business magazine; Edward L. Anderson.'Standard Engraving Co., and Kip Ross of the National Geographic Society. The two-day show opens at the Raleigh Hotel today. —Harris Si Ewing Photo. Gen. Von Reichenau, Nazi Ukraine Chief, Dead, Berlin Reports Army Head Stricken By Apoplexy Returning From Russian Front B5 the Associated Press. BERLIN. Jan 17 (Official Broad cast).—Field Marshal Gen. Walter von Reichenau, who since June 22 had commanded a German Army on the southern wing of the sweep into the Ukraine, has fallen to a fatal stroke of apoplexy while returning from the Eastern front, said an an nouncement today. The death of Gen. von Reichenau will involve a further reorganiza tion of the German high command, which roundabout reports say has been underway since the removal on December 19 of the commander in chief. Field Marshal Gen. Walther von Brauchitsch, and the personal ascendancy of Adolf Hitler as su preme commander. < Practically every high German general Is Involved in the shake up, according to the - various „ Tumors, soma oZ,x&lo») cl*un well ypMted agents on the Continent rfiheir source. (Gan. Von Reichenau was a pro tege of Marshal Wemer von JBiomberg. who was ousted as mlldster of war in 1938 osten sibly because of an .injudicious marriage but reportedly bacause of a split in the high command over the advisability of invading Austria—a coup which Adolf Hit ler carried through soon after. (Col. Gen. Werner von Fritsch, commander In chief of the army, who went out in the same shake up, later was killed at Warsaw in Poland. The official announce ment said he was killed in action while leading the regiment of which he had been made an hon orary commander. It has been rumored that in reality Gen. Von Fritsch sought death. He was given a state funeral.) From Family of Generals. Adolf Hitler at once appointed Reichsmarshal Hermann Goering to represent him as Fuehrer at a state funeral for the 57-year-old Von Reichenau, it was announced. One of Von Reichenau's fellow commanders on the eastern front. Field Marshal Karl Von Rundstedt. will represent the Fuehrer in his capacity as supreme commander at the services. From an old family of German generals, Von Reichenau was one of the most famous commanders in the present war. Appointed commander in chief of Army Group Four in 1938. he led the Germans into Czecho-Slovakia and occupied Prague in 1939. As commander of the Tenth Army he marched into Poland from Silesia, on the right wing of the German advance, in September of that year, showing great personal bravery, he swam the Vistula River at the head of his troops. German war corres pondents reported. Trained as Flyer. He was the commander of the Sixth Army, which advanced into Belgium and France in May, 1940, winning his greatest fame in that campaign with his direction of operations about encircled Belgians, British and French at Dunkerque. For these services, he was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross after the Polish campaign, and was promoted to field marshal after the French campaign. Born October 8,1884, at Karlsruhe, the son of an artillery general, he was promoted to lieutenant in 1S03, and took an aviator’s training. He served as a general stall officer at various posts during and after the World War. As chief of staff of the First Divi sion at Koehigsberg, East Prussia, he came into contact with Gen. Werner von Blomberg. When Von Blomberg, commander of the divi sion, was transferred to Berlin as Minister of War by Hitler in 1933. Von Reichenau likewise moved up to chief of a ministerial bureau. Four From Washington Become Aviation Cadets Four Washingtonians became full fledged aviation cadets at the Jack sonville Naval Air Station last week, the Navy announced yesterday. They are George M. Schwartze, 24, of 1225 Talbert street N.W.; Walter E. Paul, 26, of 2715 Dumbarton avenue NW.; Charles A. Di Glvlian, 23, of 325 G street N.E, and Jean S. La bat, 22, Anaeostia. They had preliminary training at the Anaeostia station, and if they successfully complete the cadet course will become ensigns in the Naval Reserve. Steam Whistle Held Best Air-Raid Siren Tried in Arlington A steam whistle, tested as an air raid siren in Arlington County, Va., yesterday, ‘‘pro vided the most effective warn ing" yet heard. F. Freeland Chew, county chief air raid warden announced. The whistle, sounded at Gene’s Laundry, Fifth and North Randolph streets, was tested along with a new siren at the Arnold Bus Co., terminal Wilson boulevard and North Randolph street. Mr. Chew said the new siren could be heard more clearly than the fire sirens used In former tests. He described the tests of the new warning devices as "en couraging.” William Kittle Dies Here; Was Former Educator William Kittle, for 22 years sec retary of the State Board of Nor mal School Regents in Wisconsin, and husband of the chairman of the District Minimum Wage Board, died yesterday at his home, 3131 Military road N.W. A native of Michigan. Mr- Kettle sfScrit most of his life in Wiiioniin. He attended the University of Wis consin, graduating in the class of1 lMB^ and later took his master's degreo ‘at the university in 1905. White secretary' of the State board, he was an administrative officer of the nine normal schools in that State. In 1927 he resigned his position and he and Mr*. Kittle went to Europe, where for more than two years Mr. Kittle did research work in the British Museum and the Public Records Office in London on the political and historical back ground of Shakespearean plays. His third monograph on the subject was ready for the publisher at time of his death. Mr. Kittle was a member of the District Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the S. H. Hines funeral home. 2901 Fourteenth street N.W. Friends have been re quested not to send flowers. Fort Knox Parade Ground Named for Colored Soldier Special Diapatch to The Star. - PORT KNOX. Ky.. Jan 13—In answer to charges of racial discrimi nation leveled against the United States Army, armored force officials today made it known that the main parade ground at Fort Knox, Ky., was named Brooks Field in memory of a colored soldier. Hearing that Pvt. Robert H. Brooks, killed near Pojrt Stotsen burg in the Philippines, December 8, was the Armored Force’s first casualty of the war, Maj. Gen. Jacob h. Devers, chief of Armored Force, orctered that the field be named in his honor. While making arrangements for the elaborate ceremonies dedicat ing the field, it was learned that Brooks’ parents were colored share croppers living near SadievlUe, Ky. When Gen. Devers was informed of this fact, he said that no detail of the arrangements would be changed, and in his speech of dedication touched upon this matter, as fol lows: “For the preservation of Amer ica, the soldiers and sailors guard ing our outposts are giving their lives. In death there is no grade or rank. And in this, the greatest democracy the world has known, neither riches nor poverty, neither creed nor race draws a line of demarcation in this hour of national crisis.” Wins Leave far Defense Jab STAUNTON, Va„ Jan. 17 (Spe cial).—Officers and directors of the Staunton-Augusta County Chamber of Commerce have granted a leave of absence to Finley Tynes, secre tary-manager, to enable him to devote his entire time to his duties as executive officer of the Shenan doah Valley x Regional Defense Council. U. S. Starts Buying Lease-lend Food Supplies for Russia More Than 2,650,000,000 Pounds of Commodities Sent to Britain By the Associated Press. The United States has started accumulating food for shipment to Russia under the lease-lend pro gram. Although it, had been stated of ficially that this country would help supply its Allies with food, first in dications that purchases were be ing made for Russia came yesterday in Agrictulture Department reports on lease-lend buying operations. Announcing that the Government had delivered S3<X).000,000 worth of food and other farm products to the British government for lease lend shipment, the department said “War in the Pacific has not changed our basic program for agricultural commodity lease-lend operations.” "We are continuing heavy pur chases to make available the vital supply of food for England and Russia." the department said. “We are also bqyfeit food and feed sup plies to meat the needslof our.ter • rltorles under separate congres sional authority.” The first Item bought for Russia was 17.500*00 pounds of sugar. Larger Imports of this vital food are needed by the' Russians because of German occupation of sugar beet producing areas of the Ukraine. Wheat and flour and other cereal products are among other items ex pected to be made available to the Russians. The department said agricultural commodities turned over to Great Britain between time the lease lend program was started last April and December 1 totaled more than 2.650,000,000 pounds. They included canned and dried fruits and vege tables, cereal products, cotton and tobacco. Protein foods—cheese, dried and canned milk, eggs and pork prod ucts—were also shipped in large volume to Britain. Quartermaster Officers Receive Commissions By the Associated Press. * CAMP LEE, Va, Jan. 17.—The first class of quartermaster officer candidates since World War I be came second lieutenants in the Army of the United States today. Maj. Gen. Edmund B. Gregory, quartermaster general of the United States, presented the commission to each candidate. Among the newly commissioned officers was Angier Biddle Duke, nephew of the former Ambassador to Poland. A. J. Drexel Biddle, jr.. and great-grandson of the late Washington Duke, founder of the American Tobacco Co. He arrived at Camp Lee March 13. 1941, after volunteering under the Selective Service Act. He was promoted to sergeant in July, and entered the officers’ candidate class three months ago. Accepts Commission John Francis Moran, jr, of 602 Pickwick lane, Chevy Chase, Md, has accepted appointment as a second lieutenant in the Air Corps Reserves, the War Department an nounced yesterday. FUNERAL NOME AMBULANCE SER VICE Camplata Funerals Start at $100 kamdolpi aiaa 5732 GEORGIA AVE. N.W. WILLSON K. HUNTEMANN ANNA C. HUNTEMANN John T. Rhinos & Co. 901 3rd St. S.W. MEL 4220 LEADING COLORED FUNERAL DIRECTORS Ptaenk to PH tha ruun wouMi ihthi Commercial Artists' And Photographers' Show Opens Today 200 Prize Exhibits To Go on Display At Raleigh Hotel More than 300 photograph*. Illus trations and posters, representing the prize work of Washington com mercial artists and photographers, will go on display at the Raleigh Hotel today In the first annual Commercial Art and Photo Show sponsored by the Advertising Club of Washington. The display will be open to the public free of charge from 11 a m. to 11 pm. today and tomorrow. William F. Sigmund is chairman of the show. Winning pieces were announced yesterday by a committee composed of Lester Douglas of Nation’s Busi ness Magazine; Edward L. Anderson, Standard Engraving Co., and Kip Ross of the National Geographic Society. The list of awards in each classi fication follows: Black and white illustration: First prize to Gene Hoover, jr.; distinctive merit awards to Walton and Hoke Studios, Armsted Coleman and Mrs. Mildred E. Clark. Color illustration: First prize to Ralph Patterson; distinctive merit awards to E. F. Walton and Lem Thomas. Black and white interior photo graphs: First prize to Ray Bozzie; distinctive merit awards to Robert Perkins, Warner A. Faasett and Blakeslee-Lane Studios. Black and white exterior photo graphs: First prize to Louft and Wolf Studios; distinctive merit awards to Jeff Davis, Robert Perkins and Blakeslee-Lane Studios. Posters: First prize to Merwyn N. McNight, jr.; distinctive merit awards to Charles E. Howell, Walton & Hoke Studios, Jack Willis. _ 1 Mock Wedding in Church Women of the Walker's Chapel Methodist Church, North Glebe and Dittmar roads, Arlington, Va., will present a mock wedding In the church at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. | Herbert Todd will act as bridegroom and Mrs. Howard Hardy as bride. Shorthand Classes to Form j Registration for adult shorthand classes will be held from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Montgomery Blair High School, Silver Spring, Md The sessions will be held from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. every’ Monday and Thursday at the school. Conservation of Paper Every citizen is called upon to see that not a pound of paper is wasted. Demand from every clerk that any unnecessary wrapping of packages or un necessary use of paper bags be dispensed with. Waste paper for paperboard is vital to the packaging of a great quantity- of war equip ment. rtfr Do not bum newspapers, but, when you have saved enough for a bundle, give tfynk to the school children who ’'are co operating in .the defense pro gram wfth tlie pa rent-teacher organization in The Star's campaign for reclaiming old newspapers. Completes Ordnance Course ROCKVILLE, Md., Jan. 17 (Spe cial).—Lloyd A. Brewer, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brewer of Rock ville, has completed a course of study In the Officer Candidate School of the Ordnance Training Center, Aberdeen, Md., and has been commissioned a second lieu tenant, according to an announce ment from post headquarters. Lt. Brewer was one of 76 men who completed the course successfully. P.-T. 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