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BAUMAN. ANNA P. Orf Friday March * ISM*: ANNA P. BAUMAN, aged 4 8 years, helmed wife of Samual H Bauman and devoted mother of Mrs Ruth Enchtman and Dr I. Paul Bauman. Funeral services at the Bernard Danzan akv ft Son funeral home. 3501 14th st. n w . on Sunday. March 8. at VI noon. 8 BESSON. JOSEPHINE LOUISE. On Fri day. March o, J04‘„\ at her residence. 13UR lOh m. nw. JOSEPHINE LOUISE BES SON. beloved mother of Adcle N. Besson end E. John Besson. Remains resting at Hysone's funeral home l.ioo N st. nw where services will he held on Sunday. March 8. at 7 r m Friends invited to attend Interment Monday. March !», in Newark. N. J. S BRA DEC AMP. CATHERINE R. On Thurs day March *> a' Sible.v Memorial Hospital. CATHERINE R. BRADECAMP tnee Anderson>. helmed mother of Mrs. Louise Birch and Ignatius J Braderamp. Funeral services at her late residence. 4 TOO Rockwood ave ne. on Monday. March 0. r-t S 30 a m whence to St. An thony'; Church, where mass will be sunt; a* 0 a m Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemeterv. Arranee ments by the Wm. H. Sardo & Co. 8 BRENNAN. MARIA. On Friday. March B ]«*4• .*. at her residence. 7 011 Otis place n w MARIA BRENNAN, beloved vvi.e of John Brennan and mother of John E . Sam H . Frank J Robert. William and Thomas Brennan. Mrs Robert E. Barry end Mrs Charifs A. McCarthy Services at Chambers' funeral home. 1 too Chapin st n w on Monday. March :» at J pm Relatives and friends are ’pvitrd. Interment in Fort Lincoln Cem etery. 8 CARTER PATRICIA LEE. On Friday. March K. lPlN PATRICIA IFF CARTER, daughter of Thomas and Josephine Carter. Funeral from the W. \Y. Deal funeral home. 481 •: Georgia ave nw. on Monday. March 1). at ion m. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery, b CHASE. GEORGIAN A. Departed this life on Thursday. March 5. 10U-. at the Alexandria Hospital. GEORGIAN A CHASE, beloved wife ol John Henry Chase, loving mo-her of Mi Mancie Ford. Mrs. Irene Collins. Elias Roy. Paul and Henry Chase She also is survived by one sister. Mrs Cordelia Chase twenty-three crandclul firen o»her rela’ivrs and friends Funerat March a* 1 •'«<> n *n . from the BrthJehem Baptist Church. Gum Forme- Ya Arraraements ov John T Fhines A- cp. ci-1 N. Patrick Ft.. Alex andria. Ya 8 Cl ARK. rsTEM.E f On Saturday March 7. l!»U.\ a' her residence. 4 1«'b Garrison sr. nw. FSTEL1 F F. CLARK, beloved wife of the late Clarence Lre C.ara and mother of Mrs. Burton J. Snell o. Binghamton. N Y and Mrs. Carl Eric Voberg of Washington. D. C Services and interment private. Kindly omit flowers. COHEN. LILLIE II. On Fridav. March B I'M*. ;• * C ieorgei own University Hos pital LILLIE H COHEN Sh * is crviud hv two «: >: t* r s. Amelia Maimer and Clara L'uld. and a ntea Daisy Joseph. Funeral services a: the Bernard Danzan sky A Son funeral home. :i.V»l l4th st. n w on Sunday. March 8. r’ p m In terment Ada11. Israel Cemetery. Please emu flowers. 8 COHILL. S AR Ml U. Suddenly on Fri day. March 1 4*' »' the Georgetown University Hospital. SARAH C COHILL of r.4i i R st n * ’be beloved wtfe of Frank Raymond Cohill and mother of William hi. 1 Remains res‘ins af H M Padgetts fu rrral home, l.ui llfh sp. where fu r~ra! services will be held on Monday. At.^r'h at 11 a m. Relatr.es and friends »r-’ed. 8 COHIM., SARAH < A special meeting 0. Gavel Chanter. No. '!». <> F. F . is called for Sanaay , r V. March v 1 d E.’. at 1 orlock. at Masonic Temple. 1. -.th s', and N. Y. axe r w. for the purpose ol conditcMne fijnpraj ervires for our late •i->p, PARXH < COHILL, who passed a wav' on Friday. March .i Services at rariuf'x funeral home, 1.11 11th s.. se. * * Or'aCF MINNICX. Worthv Matron. PR CONRAD PRAETOR IOUS Worthy Patron. T.OriSE DARBY. Secret Try * GRAYSON. MCKINLEY Sudden-y. on - Thursday Mr.i .* l'b CRAY SON. beloved h i.’Oana of Mrs. \ *r c-n-.a Gravson. fee her of Dame;. Irene. Fovd. Eve::.n and McKinley Grayson, cnrrihrhpr o* David Grayson brothfr ol Dors-t. Nora Tuell. Martha Buckner. Marv and D'lia cdsex find Haywood. Byrum. Mat hexv. James and Thurlo Gr ay or He a‘so leaves other rei p-wr-. and friends Fronds mav ca a; thr \v Ernov jarvic fur.rrai church M • . You o n xv . after :i p m. Saturday, March T . « . c Funeral Faturciay. March ■* a •" rm a* S rmiliP’ Bap-rt Church. Florida ave and Cham plain s’ r; '/ ■ Bev \v pi ,Djr.r' offir:,if .n:. Rein ,'c- and friends inxi-Yri In erment Stafford County. Ya . Sunda: • March .v HFINFR. HFI.EN KIVKAIP On Friday, March F. 1!»4-: Washington, D. C. HELEN KINKA1D HE.INE.R_ wife, of Cap . Fobcr: G Hrircr Mcoical Corp». JJ- S h . re’ired mother of Mrs. John G Craunart, : Se* J :. u: - re idcnce. 10T Har- | r’ r sr . Ann.iP "1: M■ on Monday. M'r-ch [> \ J p m. lniermmi Academy Cemctyr: 11INKI ! • M ARY HOI AN Suddenly on March .A ]:•!’. at her residence 1 *U>4 Yarnum s'. n.xv MARY' DOLAN HINKEL. u d-.x of tpc late Edwin Philip Hinkel. sh'a Ivins piXT lour sons. Cap: John V. fJ‘nyri, Edwin rivim HinkG ;r . Paul D. Hinkr] anri I’ Thom" S. Hinkc a sis- , tp' Miss Grr'r iric A. Dolan two brothers. Hpnry F Dolan and Edward Dolan. Mass wiil be held a' 10 a m. Mondaj, Ma-ch o a- the Fncrrri Heart Church jii-'h «t and Park rd. n w Burial wi'l be at the Abbey Mausoleum. Arlington. Va. b 1I0TT, GEORGE W On Friday. March F ;'»f. ;:f his residence. 41*.'* *th s’, r w . GEORGE \V. HO XT, beloxed husband of Laura T Flo: Services at -he S H Hines Co. funeral heme. **<*ol l I’h s’ n w . on Monday. Ma-ch !» at jo .;<> am. Interment Ko. ix ar.‘w. Va. -s HOOVER. LEWIS II On Thursday. March .*> I DLL a' his residence. i:»JS D s’ r, € . LEWIS H HOOVER, beloved hus band of Elsie M. Hoover 1 nee Laurence' and father of John 1 David W. and Lois A Hoover and Mr? Eicanor R Baucy. and sop of Mrs Sarah E Hoover. Services at the above resident on Mon day' March '» at s .'to » m. Mass in Ho.y Comforter Catholic Church a' f» a m Rg a';vps and friends invited. Interment Mount Oi.vpt Cemetery. Services bv Cham bers Southeast funeral home b III NTH# HENRY E. On Saturday. March IDE:. ?’ hi5 residence. NorthamD’on s' n xv.. Ht INRY L HUNTER, beloved husband of Sarah Chapin Hunter pnd father of Mrs. Ralph Hoaeland. Services at the S. H. Hines Co funeral home. DM'l ll'h st nw. on Tuesday. M i rrh 1" a? 1 pm Rela’ives and friends invited. Interment Cedar HiU Cemetery. * JOHNSON. MARY M. Departed this 1 fp on Monday. March ID EL MARY M. JOHNSON, the devo’rd nmther ol Rosa Lee * Ber rum and James .Johnson loving daughter of Mrs E'lcn Dixon Sup a so : survived bv two sisters. Mrs Chariot tr McCarthy and Mi" Alice Onmr*. nrP bro'her. Bertram Dixon o’hcr re.atives and friend^ „ Fi;nrr..i Monday. Mareh D a’ 1 .,«» pm., f p-m the funeral home of John T. Rhinos f Co . rd and I sts. s u. Intermen’ Rose m.on.t Cemetery s tONES. FANNIE. On Friday March »'*. jfU'J. at Siblp*-* Hospital. FANNIE .TONES, beloved wife r- Albert .T Jonu -uer of Mr- Lou if f Hill. Mr Anna Snyder. Mrs. A lice Scom. end Samuel Jones Servicer- at the S. H Hines Co funerat home. ;M#01 iDh sr. n.w. on Monday. March IF af nm Interment Amncton National Cemetery. t< KIRBY. MMII1. r; On Thursday, March 5. SAMUEL r». KIRBY, hus band of the ..up Fannie M. Kirby, father cl Virginia Kirby. Services a; the S H H:nes Co. funeral home. *J!»01 Uth s' n.w. on Monday March <>. at 10 a m. Intermen* Gienwood Cemetery. * kNIGHT. EEL\ S. On Thursday. March ifM*’. a> her residence. 1 ♦».':* R s' n.w.. JO LA S KNIGHT, beloved mother of Mrs Fred G Aulsbrook of S’. Pricrs^urg. Fw . and Mrs E Richard Gasch of Wash.ns* tor. D C Slip also is survived by a grandson Mr. Knignt G Aulsbrook of New York Remains resting a' Hy song's funeral home i;;oo n s' n.w.. where memor.ai services will be held on Monday. March a; I .Ui n ir. Funeral services will hr held on Monday. March at - p m. Friends 1-iviteri to attend. Interment Arlington Nauonal Ccmet *rv. (Petersburg. Ind . and g* Petersburg. Fla . papers please coPy » * . KOPP. HOWEI.I S. On Thursday. March fr. 15i4•: .v Casual; v Hospital. HOWELL F KOPP. beloved father of Margaret and Eugene Kopp son of Mrs. Lillian C. Du gan and brother of Chester R . Charles J Kopp. Mrs. Mary I Adams Mrs Edith M Parevo and Mrs Ida C Higgs, former husband of Mrs. Lillian Kopp Funeral from Win J Nalley’s funeral home, .vjnn Rhode Inland ave • a' Eastern a vo. n p . Monday. ''larch at 1 \ » pm relatives end friends invUed. Interment Ar lington National Cemetery at 2:hu p.m. k KI RTZ. LEROY. On Wednesday. M uch A iff. at Walter Reed Hospital. LEROY KURTZ master iercnr*. U S A. < re tirrri 1. beloved friend of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bennett Services at the Bennp't rrsdenrr. I,an h?m. Md on Monday March h- a1 Id a m Interment Arl ngton National Cem ^•err (Grrman?own. Ohio, papers please ropv * Arrangements by Takoma funeral ! home * LOWE. .1 AMI'S. On Thursday. March S. 1 o4 ’ a* hi6 residmce. Brewers ct r p . JAMES LOWE, husband of Gertrude Lowe father of Percy Lowe and Louise Carter. The latp Mr Lowe will rest at his ]a>e residence alter II am Sunday. Funeral Monday. March 0. at 'l p m., from the Franklin P. Nash Church. Ser\ • f' by S'nun:' * FUNERAL DIRECTORS. V7L. SPEARE CO. Nrither successor to nor connected with thp original \\ P Spcare establishment. 1009 H St. N.W. .1. William Lee's Sons Co. 4th and M... dvr. N.E, LI. 82flfl FINFRAL niRKTTORS Crematorium. FUNERAL DESIGNS. CUDE”BROS. CO. Floral Pieces 1212 FjSt N.W._National <276 ~GEO. C. SHAFFER, Inc. EXPRESSIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES AT MODERATE PRICES PHONE NA. olOfl # rd"Funda'"»** CoX. 14th & Eye A Bratlifl MArK. JOSEPH EDWARD On S»tur . dav March :. 1R42 at Mount Alto Hos pital. JOSEPH EDWARD MACK, beloved husband of Cotta R Mack. Funeral services at the residenre. ISO?, North Capitol st . on Monday. March !*• at 2:30 p.m. Interment Prospect Hill Cemetery. S’ MADDOX. GEORGE EDWARD. On Thursday. March ft. 1842. at his residence 1121 Park place n.e. GEORGE EDWARD MADDOX, beloved husband of Nellie M. Maririox and father of Edward T. Maddox. Friends may cal! at the Lee funeral home. 1th si. and Mass ave. n.e. where services will he held Monday. March p. at :2 pm Relatives and friends invited. J.n : terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. s MOTLEY. FLORENCE G. On Friday. March ti. 1042. FLORENCE G MOTLEY 'of 1451 Park road n.w.. wife of the late A Conway Mntlev and mother of Elizabeth Mot lev and Mrs. Ruth M Spencer. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. l 1 1th st n.w . on Monday, March 1*. at 3 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. # NEAI,. LEVY. On Tuesday. March 8. 194*2. at Freedmen's Hospital, LEVY NEAL., husband of Lula Neal son of Taz Neal, brother of Welbie and Sherman Neal and Ruth Nelson, friend of Francis Hazelock. Other relatives and friends also survive him. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis West End parlor *!Sth st. and Dum barton ave. n.w., after 1*2 noon. Saturday. March 7 Funeral Sunday. March K- at . p m at the above funeral parlor. Rev W A Jones officiating. Relatives and friends invited Interment Linccm Memorial Cemetery 1 Monday. March 9. 1 TORTLE. ROBERT. Op Wednesday. March 4, 194*2 at his residence. 7129 tHn st. n.e. • ROBERT PORTEE. husband of Cassie Portee, father of Thrlma and Katie 1 Porter, brother of Susie Ingram and James Portee. uncle of Amanda Williams, Lilly , Mae. Rosa Lee, Frank. Alex and Lawrence 1 Ingram. He also leaves other relatives . and friends The late Mr. Portee may b<* viewed at Stewart’s funeral home. JO H st n.e . until M p.m. Monday. Interment Camden, S. C. « PRATHER. RICHARD T. On Friday. March »i- 1947. RICHARD T PRATHER. 1 beloved lather of Edward R and John W , Frather and Mabel E. Herbert Services at Chamber-' funeral home. .Ml 11th st so rn Monday. March 9. a* 1 r> m Relative-- and friend6 invited. In terment in Cedar Hill Cemetery. 8 R AMPLFY, H. GRADY On Thurfday_ March 5. 1!U2. at OtPfn. N. C H GRADY RAMPLEY. beloved husband of E-ina Prrs«-' ler Rampiey and brother of Mrs Manly Sheppard. He also is survived by his par ent. Mr. and Mrs J S Ramcley of Roys ton. Ga , and three other sisters and three brothers. . , S rvices at the Chambers’ funeral home. 1400 Chapin si n.w. on Monday. March, «t If a in. Relatives and friends in wted. Interment Arlington National Cem etery. *s RICHMOND. CMYK WILLIAMS. On Thursda.v March 1 !•■!*:. a« his residence. f,4’2 Tth st. n.e. CI.IVF. WILLIAMS RICH MOND. beloved husband of Mildred Rich mond i nee Hatin' and stepfather of Kath erine Hoffman and Friwin Hoffman brother of Mrs Hilda R. Moreland and Mrs. Percy A 4 Richmond Funeral service6 at the above residence on Sunday. March >• at i pm Inter men' William and Mary Farish Church Cemetery. Wayside. Md. K RIDCiLI Y. DIMA .1 On March .*». 191*2. EMMA J. R IDO ELY i nee Leizear). beloved wife of William E. Ridgely. Funeral from hpr home. 1509 McHenry st . Baltimore, Md . on Mondav. March 9, af s :?(» am Reauiem high mass at St. Martin's Church at 9 a m Interment ley Hill Ceme.ery. Laurel, Md. KOIIRI.R- IDWARI) I On Thursdav. March .=>. lfM’.\ at h^ residence 14.** V sr. n c . EDWARD F ROHRER. beloved hus band of Hattie M. Rohrer Services at the Lee funeral home 4*h st. and Mass ave. n e . on Monday. March j). at jo R.m Relatives and friends in vited. Interment Rohrcrsville. Md. £ ; SMITH. SHAY. Departed this life on Tip-sda'• March It**.', at the Alexandria Hospital. SHAY SMITH of Baskford lane. Alexandria Va the lowne son of Mrs Maggie T Smith, devoted brother of Mrs. Ada Freeman. Mrs Frances Derryroat. T . a. Madeline. Jewell Wilson. Floyd. Augusta and Aster Smith Other re!a r;ves and friends also survive. Remains res tine at the funeral home of John T Rhine- & Co. -::i N. Patrick sf.. Alexan dria. Va Funeral Sunda'*. March s. rt 1 p m . i from Oxford Mount Zion Church. Rurh erc’rn. Va Fe\ P M. Lawson officiat in' Interment church cemetery. S j STF.INFRT. HENRY M. On Fridav March n. 19*.’ , t his residence. 117 Sheridan n w. HENRY M STEINERT. beloved husband of Elizabeth Stcinert and father of Thelma Str.nert. Funeral from the W. W Deal funeral home 4s!•: Georcia ave nw. on Mondav. Me.-ch a1 •: pm Relatives and friends invited. Interment Congressional Ceme TATE. GEORGIAN \ On Thursday March MM.’ at her residence West morlunn. V.i GEORG IAN A TATE, beloved uife of rhe late Charles Arthur Tate Sur viving are * wo .'ons. Jamec (Jimmie) and Rnber. one brother. Robert <Pati Lau rrnre. many grandchildren, friends and o'her relatives. Funeral Sunday. March £. at Siloam Bamist Church, Westmoreland. Va. T* TTTTOV. WRITHES. DeoartPcl *h>? Ilf* nr, Friday. March n. ini", at Gallinccr Hofpral, WRITHEA TIPTON Remain? may he viewed at the Dabney A- Garner funeral homo. 4 M st. n.w . af’er * pm. Saturday. March F’uneral Sunday. March s a* •' r m from Fir t Church of Christ Holiness Ihio fh *’ n u Rev \V M Aery officiating In'rrmer.: Payne's Cemetery. WEBSTER. CHARLES I! On Friday March d. I'M1.’, a! tvs residence *.">♦> 10fh S! sw CHARLES K WEBSTER, beloved father of William H. and Andrew J. Web ster Services a’ Chambers’ funeral home 517 1 1 rh s’ s e . on Monday. March !». at s .10 a m Mas* in St Dominie s Catholic Church at 0 a m Relatives and friends :nvi»ed. Interment Mount Olivet Cem etery. 8 j Mil HINSON. SIREL F.DWIN. On Thurs- ! day. March 5. ini:, at hi* home, near Sh er Spring. Md SIRFI EDWIN WIL- 1 KIN SON. beloved husband of Emma Pear! Wikm-on. Funrral from 4he Bethesda-Chevv Chase funeral home of Wm. Reuben Pumphre'u T'in.A Wisconsin ave. Monday. March 9. a* *: pm Interment Mount Zion Cem etery. Bpthesda. Md K* WILLIAMS. VIRGINIA S. On Thurs day. March 5. 1 !»4'! VIRGINIA S WIL LIAMS. beloved wife of Marion B Williams. Services at the Wm H Sarrio A: Co funrral home 41 *2 H st. r.e. nn Monday. March 9 a’ U pm Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. £ WILSON. LEWIS On Thursday. March 5 I'M’.’, at Buy Pines. Fla LEWIS WII - SON. beloved brother of Mrs Marearette A. Stewart of t’jl.'U Nichols ave s.e Funeral services at The Thos F Murray funeral home. U'"' Nichols ave. sr on Tuesday. March l<> a' am Relative* and friend* ir.vit*»d. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 9 fu iflrnutrtam M I F\ ANDREW I In lovir.r rrm^m hrar.rp of our dear hro*her. ANDREW L ALLEN who pav-rrl away one year ago today. Mr-.rch 7 1 0 11. The years may wipe our many things. Bur this They wipe out never. The memory of those happy riav* When wp were a'.i together PEARL AND MARGARET. SISTERS • ROOM . ANDREW S. In lovine remem brance of mv dear husband. ANDREW S BOONE who rassed away two years ago. March 7. 1910 The month of March oner more g h^re, For me the saddest of the year, Because two years ago today Mv dear husband pas eri a wav HIS LOVING WIFE, ELSIE ANDREWS * DIKE. JIT.IA F. In lovin'* memory of our dear mother JULIA F DIKE, who rie nart-'d 'his life six years ago todav. March 7. ]!»:-n THE FAMILY. • EDWARDS. CATHERINE. Tn loving memorv of our dear mother. CATHERINE EDWARDS, who left us fifteen years ago todav. March 7- 19*27. Forceful be thv rest, dea*' mother. Tis sweet to breathe thy name; In life we loved you dearly. Tn death we do the same. Our hearts s?il! ache with sadness, O r eyes shed many a tear God only knows how we miss you At the end of fiftren sad years. HER CHILDREN. * EDWARDS. IAMES T. In loving mem ory of mv dear husband JAMES T ED WARDS. who passed away four years ago todav. March 7. 193*. Anniversary mass at St. Theresa's Church Deep in our hearts you are fondly remem bered. Sweet happy memories cling to your name. True hearts that loved you with deepest affection Always will love you in death just the same. LONET Y WIFE. ANNIE C EDWARDS. * GREGORY If VIRGINIA. Departed this life March 7. 1335, seven years ago today. Gone, but not forgotten. SON OTTO: DAUGHTER-IN-LAW, JULIA. DAUGHTER IRMA. fr I 'G LI El, MINI. SAMl'EL. A tribute of love to o”r dear husband and father. SAMUEL GUGtIELMINI. who left us MX, years ago today. March 7, J936. I ]o*r a life companion. * A life linked with m^ own And day hv day 1 miss you more As I walk throt’ch life alone YOUR LOVING WIFE AND CHILDREN HIGDON. MARY C. In loving remem brance of mv dear *i«tcr. MARY C. HIG DON. who departed this life March 7. 1030. Gone, but not forgotten. ELIZABETH. • JONES. EUGENE P.. SR. In loving re membrance of our dear husband and fa ther. FUGFNE F JONES. Sr. who passed away March 7. JO-41. To the Sweetest Father on Earth. Father, thou wast mild and lovely, Gentle as the summer breere. Fleasant as the air of evening When it floats among the trees. Peaceful be thv silent slumber. Peaceful in thr crave so low Thou no more wilt join our number Thou no more our songs shall know. Yet again we hope to meet thee When the day of life is fled. There in Heaven, with joy to greet you. Where no farewell tear is shed DEVOTED FAMILY. MAZIE JONES. WIFE: VIRGINIA JONES. DAUUGHTER, EU GENE JONES, JR.. SON. • MIDDLETON, MARIA L. In loving re membrance of our devoted mother. MARIA L MIDDLETON, who passed into rest eight years ago. March 7, 19.34. ESTHER. RAYMOND, CATHERINE. * VINE. WALTER. In loving remem brance of our dear brother and son. WAL TER VINE- who departed this life nine years ago today. March 7. 1933. Oon* but not forgotten. DEVOTED MOTHER AND SISTERS. * Services at Graveside Honor Sousa on 10th Anniversary of Death 7 Navy Band Members Who Played With Noted March King Attend J Citizens of Southeast Washington ' gathered yesterday to join in memorial services for John Philip j Sousa, march king, at his graveside in Congressional Cemetery. It was the seventh Boy Scout serv ice for the famed band leader, on the 10th anniversary of his death. The invocation was given by the Rev. Edward Gabler, pastor of Christ Episcopal Church, of which Sousa was a lifelong member. Because of illness, his widow was unable to attend and the family was represented by a nephew. Osmund Varela. He described the life of his I uncle and told the Scouts to follow his example of patriotism. The band leader's widow sent a 1 telegram saying: ‘ So disappointed we can not. be 1 present at the beautiful tribute to my husband. Every good wish to I you all.'1 Lt. Charles Brenriler. lender nf the Navy Band and acting as a White House representative during the ceremonies, presented seven mem bers of the Navy Band who had played with the noted leader years ago. These were Lloyd Folts, Charles Nutick. John Urban, Oscar Short, who played a cornet solo, ‘‘Lead Kindly Light,” at the graveside: Herbert Weber, George Jenkins and John Liegl. . Representative O'Brien, Democrat,! of Michigan paid tribute to the bandsman. A wreath then was placed on the burial site by Boy Scouts of the 10th Troop here and Troop No. 2 of Detroit. The band leader some years ago gave a flag to the Detroit unit. The wreath was placed by the guard of honor of Troop No. 10, which Is located in the area where the bandmaster was reared. The benediction was given by Capt R. D Workman of the Navy, and taps sounded by Marine buglers. Mrs. M. B Watson represented the Grand Army of the Republic and the Women's Relief Corps, Depart ment of the Potomac. College President Dies SACRAMENTO, Calif . March 7 (aP.—Dr. Richard Edward Rutledge.] 48. president nf Sacramento Junior College, died yesterday. SCOUTS VISIT SOUSA GRAVE -During memorial services yesterday on the 10th anniversary of the death of John Philip Sousa, Leonard Fox tleft), 16, of 650 F street N.E., and Albert Knechtel, 15, of 516 Fifteenth street N.E., Boy Scouts of Washington Troop 10, laid wreaths on his grave at Congressional Cemetery from Troop 10 and from Troop 2 of Detroit. Members of Troop 10 frame the ceremonies. ~Star Staff Photo. Maryland War Plants Need 10,000 Women By the Associated Press. BALTIMORE. March 7.—David L. B. Fringer. State director of the United States Employment Service, said yesterday an ‘ alarming'' drop in the number of women applying for work in war production facto ries threatened to impede planned expansion of vital plants. He stated at least 10.000 women were needed in the State in many different types of jobs paying more than $25 a week. Mr. Fringer said most of the work consisted of small parts assembly and light machine tool operation. I Widow Identifies Body Found in Tidal Basin The body of a man recovered from the Tidal Basin late yesterday was identified today as that of Codosa Starr, 32, colored. 1609 Marion street N.W. police reported. They said identification was made by the man's widow, from whom he had been estranged. Police said the widow told of hav ing received a note from her hus band indicating he intended to com mit suicide. The body was found floating near the seawall by Jack Cashman, 1321 M street N.W. i Joseph Pani Dies at 59; Was Valentino Patron By the Associated Pres*. NEW YORK. March 7.—Joseph Pam, 59, restaurateur who gave Ru dolph Valentino a start in his mov ing picture career, died Wednesday at his home. In 1914, when Valentino was work ing as a restaurant bus boy, Mr. Pani hired him at *50 a week to dar.ce at his suburban Woodmansten Inn in W'estchester County. Years later he paid Valentino $1,500 to dance on the same floor just one night. Under vigilant care time enriches thd natural beauties of Rock Creek Cemeten -an assur ance that \cur selection of lot er s te m this two-and-^-quarter century old "Kirlc-^orc ' will ha\e that perpetual com which you am prom ised when you make your investment. Because of the non speculative ownership, ana with no salesmen emplo ed, no subsidies given to any one prices ‘or available lots and sites are most moderate. UNCLE SAM ENDORSES CHAMBERS FUNERALS FOR VETERANS For ?ears Chambers has had a contract \ *&<■• - with the Veterans Administration. V^B^, jjkj V~ which provide- a complete funeral for Veterans who die while receiving ho-nitali- » -v™8, f ration from the Veterans Administration in _ ^ u, »ay ri—L... Washmvton. D C. These Funerals are in- 1 ” ^ • V-nOmPtrS *pe?led and approved by a Government In- / j '\y speclor. W. U. Chambers is himself an ex- * ^ service man and saw dutr in France. A COMPLETE FUNERAL WITH 60 SERVICES H / r This beautiful, half couch, mod ONLY ern casket available in a com plete funeral, with over 60 items of individual service for only $165. When you buy the same funeral that Cnrle Sam buys, you can be sure you art getting a fine service. ONE OF THE LARGEST INDERTAKERS IN THE WORLD ! 1400 Chapin N W 31st£rMNW 5)7 11th SE R.verdale, Md L CQI 0432Mich 0)23 ’ .ATI 67QQ WA )22) James Collins, 60, Dies; I Original Houdini Aide ! By the Associated Presa. PHILADELPHIA. March 7.— James Collins, 60, original assistant to the late Harry Houdini, died yes terday in the Philadelphia General Hospital. A member of the cast of Hellza poppin as an assistant to Houdini's brother, Hardeen, Mr. Collins be came ill several days ago of a com plication of diseases. died shortly after being admitted to the hospital. Born in London, Mr. Collins be came interested is the theater when he answered an advertisement by Hardeen in a London newspaper in 1902, shortly after Mr. Collins had served in the British navy. “He uras such a wonderful me chanic that my brother. Harry, took him away from me and kept him un- , til his death in 1926. Jim was with mp as my chief assistant, from then on. ’ Mr. Collins' widow, Maudia, sur vives. U. D. C. Honorary Head Dies in California By the Asaoelsted Pres*. OAKLAND. Calif.. March 7.—Mrs. Annie L. Clay. 91. honorary presi dent, general of thp United Daugh ters of the Confederacy, died yes terday. Shp was thp widow of Mai Clem ent C. Clay, an officer in the Con federate Army. Survivors include a daughter. Mrs. Harden L. Crawford of Rumson, N. J. STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION OF THE Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Company of New York Of New York Cut. N Y . on the 31*t d»T of December. 194! as required under Sec tion 64T of the Code of Law for the Dis trict of Columbia INCOME Ne* premium* 419.863.233 59 To»al Interest and rent* 4.1 2*! 285 23 Other income 1114.44“ ■> Total Income 424.179.961.20 DISBURSEMENT Net amount Daid policy holder* for los*es 48.321 5M in All other disbursements 13.269.2373*7 Total disbursement* 421.590.751.17 ASSETS. Re*] estate 4928 037 74 Bonds and stocks 68. * »5.oh.vIM» Cs»'h in company a office 1 .t in 1 o Deposits ir bank' 5.098.o<*3.19 Agents' balance.* 2.115.96o.3*> Interest* and lent* due nr ! accrued l.-»«o68 3. All o»her assets HHi.262.h3 Gross asset.* 477 175.252.39 Deduct assets not admitted 273.484.66 Total admitted asset* 476.901.767.73 LIABILITIES Net unpaid claim* 44.162.'230.35 Total unearned premium* J 7.226 751 34 Other liabilities 5.402.4K.vOO Capita! paid up 3.750.000 OO Surplus over all liabilities 46.360.31*1 04 Total 476 901,767.73 NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING THE YEAR J941 District of Total Columbia 410.577.377 11 428 165.89 Ocean marine 2 316.529 **3 I 599.31 Motor vehicles 3.931 7 44 95 o.,o3 .J1 Farthquake 17.2112>, 14.25 Inland naxies S at ion a r. d transports non 797.864 20 2.594,37 Tornado, wind storm and cvclone 821.352 **9 2.18 34 Hail 3-3 8.6*»4.2 8 Sprinkler leak age 51.043 .2 P8 59 Riot, civil com motion. and -, fXPlr*ion lfi.1.744 PX 14 IP Extended „ . . coverage 7 60.422.42 1.38*. r>4 Aircraft and _ flood 57 340 37 25 35 ■ • 41fl.863.233.59 V39.878.19 VERNON HALL. Vice President. .1 S KING Secretary Subscribed and sworn to before me thl* 25th dav of Februarv. 1942 i (Seal.* WM A WEBER. Notary Public Queens County Clerk's No. 1935, Regis ter s No. 7**94 Certificates filed in New York County. Clerk s No 547. Register s No. 3-W-.il l. Commission expires March 30. 1943. LEGG. GRIFFIN and COMPANY. INC. Imurance Surety Bondi Hibbs Building. NAtional 1S3.1 Randle Highlands Asks 24-Hour Bus Service Twenty-four-hour bus service for the area was asked last night by the Randle Highlands Citizens' Asso ciation, meeting in the Orr School. Members pointed out that with the Government and many firms work ing around the clock service should be continued through the hours of 1 a.m. to 5 a m. The closing of the branch post, office at Pennsylvania and Minne sota avenues S.E. was discussed and members decided to seek re-estab lishment of the substation or a new branch in the Immediate vicinity. T. Paul Mudd, president, praised the co-operation of civilians during the blackout Tuesday night. He discussed the progress in aid courses and said that in the near future, in struction would be available to every one. the importance of decid* Inq fenerol matten in advance. Warner LPvmpkriy vmvwm *& 4mmuttsdoo &>•* AtSieJbu*€ tjtu*%£A+l c5V^lK4 STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION OF The Fidelity and Casualty Company of New York Of New York on the 31st day of December, 194 1. as required under Section 64 7 of the Code of Law for the District of Columbia. INCOME Net premiums _ $78 917.571 6* Total interes; and rent_ J.7<«9.3m8 g« Other income __ 348.319*'! Total Income_ $30,975,190.56 DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount paid policyhold er* for Josses $10.340 493 34 All other disbursements __ 17.436 57*' 13 Total disbursements. $ 27,777 065.4f ASSETS. Real estate __ _ $97 7 57 19 Bonds and stocks _ 39 4 76.130 *15 Cash in company s office_ 317 4" 1 4 8 Deposits m bank* 1 1.479.475 98 Premiums in course of col lection 5 709.745 13 Interest and rent* due or accrued _ 1K! 164 06 All other assets _ 1.106 643 55 Gross asset* $58,358,31 7.4 ♦ Deduct assets not admitted 4.368.935.82 Total admitted assets $53,989.3*1 6z LIABILITIES Total unpaid claim* $19 500.775.00 Totai unearned p’-erti'iYim* J i. 157.427 <»<* Other liabilities_^ . 4.343,04* 43 Caoital pa d up f7.750.0on.on Surplus over ail liabilities 14,438.128.19 To’al $53,9*9.381 *2 NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING THE YEAR District of To’al Columbia. Accident $1467.735 67 fVo2!5! Heaih 106.399 44 286 75 Auto 1 abilrv 6 '96 96* 93 16..->5b.4.-» Liability other than auto 3.47 7.980.05 l*..13n.-»7 W o r k m en s c o mpen*a tion 6 949 729 17 4.102.17 Fidelity 2.ol7.*87 45 75.612 *»5 S-.re’y 1 «n.5.o5* o*; 24 5L. oo Plate class 466,781.47 2..545..5.3 Burglary and . theft 1044.4 80 53 4 4,7.’.: S’eam boiler n7n.27.3«>* 7.44*. -'.v Machinery 634,256 84 Auto property „ . damage 1-808 8*.. os 6,n.-».» -.4 Auto collision 82.198.38 240 >• Property dam age and col lision other than auto 284.570 41 552 77 Total* <>:R.!tl7.Sn.«8 M4MIKII 5 CHAS L. NEWMILLER. Vic. Prfsidon, C. O LEAKY, JR Socrot.ry Sub-cribod arri sworn ,o bffore m. ihia 31s, dav ol January. )!>4C , Saal i WALTER SICHEL NO'ary rubllc. Qu„n. Cbun'y No -;01 A. Hrc No, 141b Ortififri In Now York Co No 33-:. Roc No Commission »x pir.s March 30, 1041. The Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York Branch Office, 802 American Security Bldg., F. B. Burdsall. Res. Mgr. Legg. Griffin & Co.. Inc. General Agent. Hibbs Bldg. OFFICERS R. BRUCE WARDEN President WALTER M. HERB Vice President WM C. H. HAGERMANN Treasurer and. Secretary TYLER AND RUTHERFORD - Established 1872 Incorporated 1901 MORTGAGE LOANS REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 1726 H St. N.W. ASSOCIATE LEA WILLSON Telephone Republic 5245 All Forms of Insurance STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION I OF THE Niagara Fire Insurance Company of New York, New York On thf .11 st day of December. 1041- as required under Section 647 of the Code of Law for the District of Columbia. INCOME. Net premiums 56..IBP. 041.38 Total interest and rents J.174.252.40 O’her income 72.7P2.P7 Total income 57 .616.086,84 DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount, paid policy holders for losses $2.126.RPO.6j All other disbursements 4.216.825 85 Total disbursements 50343.516.46 ASSETS. Bonds and stocks 521.815.106,00 Cash in comoanv's office loo.00 Deposits in banks 1.4PP.616.18 j Agents’ balances PIT,786.60 Interest and rents due or accrued - _ 55.568.1,1 All other assets __ _ 18.129.92 Gross assets 524,306.506.83 Deduct assets not ad mitted 40.442.P0 Total admitted as sets ^ 524.266.063.P3 ■LIABILITIES. Net unpaid claims *690.732.2* Total unearned premiums 0.338.1 flu. 12 Other liabilities _ 1218.78fl.37 Capital paid up 5.000.000.90 Surplus over all liabilities 1 4.018.355.IB Total $24.266.003.93 NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING THE YEAR. District of Total Columbia Eire $4,798.965 74 $11,536.75 Motor vehicles 718.104.22.168 668.87 Earthnuake 9.759.58 50.00 Inland navica tion and t r ansporta tion 214.232.30 46.93 Tornado.wind storm and cyclone 123.526.36 105.85 Hail 109.106.17 _ Sprinkler leak age 34.558.77 .12 Riot.eivilcom motlon and explosion 34.888.70 1.76 All other, ex tended cov erage _ 325.37122 345.76 $6,369,041.38 *12.756.04 VERNON HALL. Vic. President. LE ROY T. BROWN. Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day of February. 1942. (Seal > WM. A. WEBER. Notary Public, Queens County. Clerk’s No. 1935. Register's No. 7094. Certificates fil'd In New York County. Clerk s No. 54 7. Registers No. 3-W-311. Com-1 mission expires March 30. 1943. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION I OF THE The California Insurance Company of San Francisco On the 31st day of December. 1041. *> required under Section 647 of the Code of Law for the District of Columbia. INCOME. Net rremmms SI .5H.TnH7.nfl Intai interest ami rents HI.v:nn..'!n Other income 31.054.10 Total income _51.76S.272.54 DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount paid policy holders for losses 5637.116.67 All other disbursements 1 067.372.6o Total disbursements 51 704.51P.27 ASSETS. Real estate 5735.P64.30 Mortgage loans on real estate 66.61 2.3P Bonds and stocks 3.703,161.51 Deposits in banks 3sp.362.66 Agents’ balances __ 221.1 IP.26 Interest and rents due or accrued 24.234.60 All other assets__ 87.201.81 I Gross assets 55.227,656.62 Deduct assets not admitted 101.277.62 Total admitted assets 55.126.37P.00 LIABILITIES. Net unnaid claim* _ I3o.fLi9.no Total unearned premium* 1.573.135.81 Other liabilities _ _ 188,753.88 Capital paid up 1 nnn.nnn.no Surplus over all liabilities 2.233.850,73 Total _ $5,126,379.00 NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING THE YEAR. District of Total. Columbia Fire $1,029,688.90 *6,562.43 Moior vehicles 319.700.93 8ni.T9 Earthquake 1.312.95 Inland naviga I ion and t r a nsporta tion . 30.354.87 315.92 Tornado, wind storm and cyclone 39.836.6! 100.89 Sprinkler leak age 4.098.17 .01 Riot., civil coin - motion ani explosion 9.872.09 .50 All othei_ 88.665.44 2.148.51 $1,523,927.96 $9,990.05 F. W. KOECKERT. Manager. B E FOX. Assistant Secretary. Subscilbed and sworn to before me this 25th day of February. 1942. (Seal, i THOMAS F. HEALY. Notary Public. Queens Co. No. 928, Reg. No 2076. Cert. Filed N. Y. Co. No 532. Reg No. 2-H-33n Commission Expires Msrch 30. 1943, STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION | OF THE New York Underwriters Insurance Co. of New York On the 61st day nf December. 1941. as required under Section 64? of the Code of Law for the District of Columbia. INCOME. Net premium' $**.266,020 46 Total interest and rents 265.995 :6 Other income 61.641.78. Total income _ $2,560,658.00 DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount, paid policy holders for losses $746,661.02 All other disbursements 1.170.668 66 Total disbursement* _ $1,917,199.68 ASSETS. Mortgage loan* on real estate $10,000.00 Bonds and stocks 6.886.291.66 Cash in company's office 886.60 Deposirs in banks 2.086.495.61 j Agents’ balances 645,781.07 J Interest and rents due or accrued _ 65.910.4? All other assets 662.782.21 j Gross assets $10,022,144.40 Deduct assets not admitted 687.788.76 Total admitted assets $9,664,655.67 LIABILITIES. Net unpaid claim*: J32R.243>5 To'al unearned premium* 1 O10.fi32.65 Other liabilities filT.034.7fi! ranitsi paid ur» 2.ooo,ono.Oo Surplus over all liabilities 5.03P.244 41 , Total JP.fi34.355.H7 i NET PREMIUM? WRITTEN DURING THE YEAR. District ot Total Columbia Fire Jl.4t4.OrtO.fii J5.735.S4 Ocean marine 3fin.573.43 37.50 Motor vehicles 206.124.0! 1.408.44 Earthquake 2.102.45 - In,Qnd naviea t 1 0 n and t r anspcrta tion 3R.2«1.47 340.01 Tornado, wind storm. and cvclone 4 9.101 04 P.fi3 Hail P.18fi.fi? _ SpUnkler leak age H.388.48 .0*2 Riot, civil com motion. and explosion *5.680.14 _ All other, ex tended cov erage 110.4P4.T8 747.63 Flood_ .15 45 — $2,263,020.46 $8,369.34 R. L. TANNER. President. F. R. SCOTT. Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th da. of February. 1942. CHRIS R. ENGLAND. (Seal ! Notary Public. Notary Public. Kings Co.. No. 139. Reg. No. 3034 Cert filed in N Y. Co No ST Rea No. 3-E-fiT Commission ex pires March 30. 1943. I STATEMENT OE THE CONDITION I OF THE U. S. Branch of THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO., LTD., of London, England On the 31st day of December. 1941. a* required under Section 64 7 of ♦he Codf of Lam- for the District of Columbia. INCOME. Net premiums $5,223.? 10.74 Total interest and rents 285.8:11 7 4 Other income _ 72.452.04 Total income $5 581.994 49 DISBURSEMENTS. : Net amount paid policy holders for losses $•.*.093,819.60 AH other disbursements 2.914.022.On Total disbursements $5,007,841.60 ASSETS. Real estate $74 0.985 00 Bonds and stocks 5.359.264 91 Cash in company's office 251.50 Deposits in banks 2.156.373.61 Agents' balances 820.604.16 Interest and rents due or accrued 13,360.43 All other assets _ 56.392.16 Gross assets $9,147,231.77 Deduct assets not admitted 585.138.27 Total admitted assets $8,562,003.50 LIABILITIES. i Not unnaid claim* S8flffj.nos.in ! To’al unearned premiums 4 774.783.ni Other liabilities 505.824.41 Canttal oaid un (statu tory deposit i 500 000 00 I Surplus over all liabilities 1.978.087.98 Total $8,582,093.50 NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING THE YEAR. District Total of Columbia Fire $3,073.714 30 $5,918.08 Ocean marine 323.502.05 81.*8 Motor vehicles 722.055.30 2.892.01 Earthquake 12.140.85 Inland naviga tion and t r a nsporta tion 478,558.15 1.981.42 Tornado, wind storm and eyUone 85.599.11 14... 4 Sprinkler leak age - 12.883.,4 er(2.55) Riot, ci'11 com motion. and . . explosion 550.0.3'- 21.14 1 Aircraft - 167.144.08 - Extended cover- _ age _ 293.281.01 773.24 $5,223,710.01 $11,571 84 R. P. BARBOUR- U. 8. Manager. R. C ANGUS, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of February. 1942. CHARLES NAPPI. (Seat.) Notary Public. Kings County Clerk's No. S. Kings County Register s No. 2004. New York County Clerks No. 40. Term expires March no ]n4". STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION I OF THE Franklin Fire Insurance Company of Philadelphia, Pa. On the 31st day of December, 1941. as required under Section 647 of the Code of Law for the District of Columbia. INCOME. Vet premiums 5P. 720.0*1.31 Total interest and rents J 113.627.64 Other income . . 176.392.04 Total income 511.010.070.PP DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount paid policy holders for losses 54.371.954 5? All other disbursement _ ft.P70.234.PP Total disburse ments . 510.342.189.56 ASSETS Bonds and slocks 510 *11 "?q 03 gash in company s office eposits in banks Atrents’ balances Interest and rents due or accrued 84.092.00 All other assets 30.404 93 G ross « ssets 521.513.733.42 Deduct assets not ad mitted . . 366.122 55 Total admitted assets 521.147.610 87 j LIABILITIES. Nel unpaid claim* 51.ATI*.510.no 1 Toia! unearned premium* 8.04S.T7! on Other liabilities H25.10H.00 Capital paid up 3.000.000.00 Surplus over all lia bilities 6.804.223.87 Total - *21,147.610.87 NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING THE YEAR. District of Total Columbia Fire *4.1 40.K04.45 *H.fi78.87 Ocean marine 502.722.74 _ Motor vehicles 3.746.037.02 458.30 Earthquake 15.003.R5 -- Inland naviga tiSto? tr*nS‘ 5T3.50fi.21 850.55 Tornado, wind storm. and . ^ mm mm cyclonp P.'l.ROT.IO 1R.3# Sprinkler leak- -ncnr,AA. age 10R.024.41 - Rint. civil com motion and exp'osion .3 24.3.7 - All other rain - 8 45 Extended cov Total *P.694.622.10 *8.135.87 J. GLENDENING Vice President. R. F. VAN VRANKEN. Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of February. 1942. (Seal.) ADOLPH G. KING. Notary Public. Queers County Clerk a No. 1015. Certified in New York Co. Clerk's No. 27. Kings Co. Clerk s No. 0 Cnmmisaion expirea March 30 1043. PTATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF The Reliance Ins. Co. of Philadelphia of Philadelphia, Pa. On tiic ,31st da*’ of December. 1P41. as required under Section 84? of the Code of Law for the District of Columbia. INCOME. Net premiums 91.358 803.28 Total interest and rems 182.23000 Other income __ 05 099.53 Total income _ $1,818,132.78 DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount paid policy holders for losses $60o i;n.p2 All other disbursements 821.74P.88 Total disbursements $1,422.220 80 * 001*1 c Real estate " ' 9*215.470 8P Mortgage loans on real estate 44.387 38 Bonds and stocks 8.78P.788.13 Deposits in banks _ 20<» 204 .84 Agents’ balances 238.091.43 Interest and rents due or accrued 8.529 85 All other assets 31.198 18 Gross assets $4 815.738.09 Deduct assets not admitted 281.380.91 Total admitted assets $4,334,357.18 IJABTUTTER. Net unpaid claim* $1*5.4*2.00 Total unearned premiums 3.243.700.30 Other liabilities. .316.*16 03 Capital paid up 1.000,000 00 Surplus over all liabilities 1.5**265 79 Total $22.214.171.1247.1* NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING THE YEAR District nf Total Columbia Fire $399.117 93 $11,101.07 Ocean marine 176.285 91 Motor vehicle* 403.Rt.V24 410.00 Earthquake 2,225.24 . Inland navisra Kation and transporta tion 66.071.55 1 404 42 Tornado.wind storm and cyclone 14.8.36 74 175 43 Sprinkler leak age 2.504 34 .. Riot, civil com motion and explosion 7.900.1* _ AH other, air craft_ 19.PA 1.5* Extended cov erage _ 45.996.17 467 69 Sl.358.803.2fl S13.560.28 J O. MACONACHY. Vice President. A I. VOS8. Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th day of February. 1942. EDWARD C. D1SQUE 'Seal > Notary Public My Commission Exnlres February 7. 1943.