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ALDRICH. CHARLOTTE CONSTANCE,
ft* Monday. May 18. 1942. at the resl
■ edance of her aon. Harold Aldrich of 4-1
Ethan Allen ave. Takoma Park. Md.,
CT&RLOTTE CONSTANCE ALDRICH, be
tovrd wife of the late James Willard
Aldrich Remains resting at Oaach s fu
reral home. 4739 Baltimore ave.. Hyatte
ville Md _ ...
Services and Interment Pint Swediah
■aptl-t Cemetery. Iowa.
AL WINE. HAROLD L. On Thursday.
Kay 14. 1042. at Asheville. N. C.. HAR
OLD L. ALLWINE, husband of Mary W.
Allwine and brother of Mrs. Irene C Brad
ahaw. Edna Martin, Louis and Oscar All
wlfte Friends mav call at the Lee funeral
home. 4th at. and Mass. ave. n.(, until
Tuesday, May 19. at 10 a m
Services at Fort Myer Chapel. Arlington.
Ya.. at 10:30 a m Relatives and friends
are invited. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery 18
BAILEY. DR. GRAFTON D. P. On Mon
day, May 18. 1942. at Doctors' Hospital.
Dr GRAFTON D P BAILEY, beloved
husband of Georgia Confer Bailey and
father of Confer G. Bailey. He also is
survived by three brothers. Stuart R.
Bailey. Edgar C. Bailey and Lee Bailey.
Remains resting at the Hysong funeral
home. 1300 N st. n.w., where services will
be held on Wednesday. May 20. at 2 p m.
Relatives and friends invited to attend.
Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 19
BRAXTON. ALICE. Suddenly, on Mon
day. May IS. 1942. at her residence, 488
Logan court s.w.. ALICE BRAXTON. She
leaves one son, Richard Brown, and other
relatives and friends. Remains restina
at the Morris A Carter & Co. funeral
home. 2nd and F sts. s.w.
Notice of funeral later. *
Bl'NDICK. CLARENCE A. On Baturday.
May 18. 1942. at Charleston. W. Va . CLAR
ENCE A BUNDICK beloved husband of
Marion Herrle Bundick and aon of Mrs.
Ellen Bundick. brother of Harriet E. Bun
dick and Mrs Florence True
Services at the S H Htnea Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n w . on Tuesday.
Mav 19 at 10 a m. Interment Congres
sional Cemetery^
BYRNES. DENNIS PAUL. On Monday.
Mav 18 1942. DENNIS PAUL BYRNES
of 1928 Lawrence st. n e., son of the late
Louis and Annie Byrnes: brother of Mrs.
Elizabeth Brazerol. Mrs. Mary Hines, Miss
Genevieve Byrnes and Joseph Byrnes.
Services at the S H. Hines Co. funeral
home 29m 14th st. n w.. on Thursday.
Mav 21 ai 9:30 a m : thence to St. Francis
De Sales Church. 20th st. and R. I. ave .
where requiem mass will be offered at 10
a m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
20
CAFAGNA. MARIA PIA. On Saturday.
Ma» in, 1942. at Emergency Hospital.
MARIA PIA CAFAGNA Miss Cafagna
rests at the Warner E Pumphrey funeral
home. S434 Georgia ave . Silver Spring. Md.
..Notice of services later.
COLI.INS. ANNA F. On Sunday. May
17. 1942. at her residence, 807 4th st.
n.w . ANNA F COLLIN8. beloved mother
6f Frank A Kennedy and sister of Mrs.
\J>trick J. Halttgan and Mrs Frank Ltllte.
,,WYmains restina at the Chambers funeral
Kiane. 1400 Chapin st. n w.
■ ."Mass at St Mary's Catholic Church on
Wednesday. May 20. at 9:30 am Rela
^Tfyes and friends invited. Interment
K°unt Olivet Cemetery. 19
COLLINS. THERESA ELIZABETH. 8ud
‘■denlv. on Sunday. May 17. 1942. at her
residence. 1227 North Ivy st.. Arlington.
■Va . THERESA ELIZABETH COLLINS be
tel ed wife of the late Charles P Collins.
Wether of Henry Collins and daughter of
Elizabeth Case _
Remains resting at the George W. Wise
funeral home. 2900 M st. n.w . where fu
neral services will be held on Tuesday.
Mav 19. at 1:30 p.m Relatives and
friends Invited. Interment Darnestown. Md.
COURTNEY. DANIEL D. Suddenly on
Baturday. May 18. 1942, at his residence.
5239 New Hampshire ave. n w . DANIEL D.
COURTNEY, beloved husband of Ellen
Kelliher Courtnev mee O'Brien'.
Funeral will be held from the Timothy
Hanlon funeral home. 3831 Georgia ave.
n.w . on Tuesday. May 19. at 8:30 a.m
High requiem mass at Nativity Church at
Pam Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Relatives and friends invited. 18
FITZGERALD. MARGARET M. On Fri
day. Ma* 15 1942. MARGARET M FITZ
GERALD. beloved sister of Mary A. Ryan
of 1208 N st n w.
Funeral services at the above residence
on Tuesday. May 19. at 8:30 a m thence
to Immaculate Conception Church. 8th
and N sts. n w . where mass will be offered
at 9 a m. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
tery 18
GAINES. LLOYD F. Suddenly, on Sun
day. May IT. 1942, at his residence. Clif
ton Terrace South. LLOYD F. GAINES,
beioved husband of Alma T. Gaines, father
Of Jeanne A and Lloyd F Gaines. Jr.:
brother of Mrs J T. Nussear.
Service' at the S H. Hines Co funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Wednesday.
Mav 20, at l d m. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery.
GOSS. THOMAS M On Sunday. May 17.
1942. gt Sibley Hospital. THOMAS M.
GOSS beloved brother of William M .
Edward M Goss and Mrs. Laura E.
Thompson.
Services at the Chambers funeral home.
A17 11th at. se . on Wednesday. May 29,
at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited
Interment in Fort Lincoln Cemetery 19
GROSS, JOHN R. On Saiurday. Ma7
16. 1942. at the home of his daughter.
Mrs. Carrie Ashworth 1710 Corwin dr.
Sliver Sprang. Md . JOHN R. GROSS. Mr.
Gross rests at the Warner E Pumphrey
funeral home. 8434 Georgia ave . Silver
Spring. Md.
Services at the Wm, J. Ticlcner & Son
funeral home. North and Pennsylvania
aves . Baltimore, Md . on Tuesday. May
19. at 2 p.m. Interment Louden Park
Cemetery. Friends may call after 11:30
ft m. Tuesday, May 19. 18
HALL, ROSAMUND. On Saturday. May
36. 1942. at her residence. 1414 Oak st.
n.w . ROSAMUND HALL, wife of the late
Oeoige W. Hall and mother of Mrs. Sybil
H. Davis and George V. Hall.
Services at the S. H. Hines funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Monday,
May 18. at 3 p.m.
HALLETT, MARY ELLEN CORLETT.
On Sunday. May 17. 1942. at her resi
dence. 3834 Garfield st n.w . MARY EL
LEN CORLETT HALLETT. widow cf the
late William P. Hallett and beloved mother
of Mrs. Mar.on Hallett Jones and Earl M
Hallett. She also is survived by two
granddaughters, one grandson and a great
granddaughter
Services at the S. H Hines Co funeral
home. 2901 14rh st. nw. on Wednesday.
May 29. at 3 p.m. Interment private.
HAWKINS. RUDOLPH. On Friday. May
15. 1942. at Emergency Hospital.
RUDOLPH HAWKINS of 1775 Califorr i
st. n.w husband of Burdette Haw'
beloved son of Joseph and Lillie Haw
and brother of Milton and Sylvanus H
kins and Geraldine Jones. Other relatives
and friends also survive
Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis
funeral church. 14.32 You st. n.w. where
funeral services will be held on Tuesday.
May 19, at 2:39 p.m.. Rev. Ernest Green
officiating Relatives and friends invited
Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 18
HIERONYMUS. DOROTHY DAY. On
fiunday. May 17, 1942. at her residence.
304 Lloyd lane. Alexandria. Va DORO
THY DAY HIERONYMUS, wife of Dr. W.
J Hieronymus. She also is survived by
an Infant son. Gerald Whitfield Hierony
mus: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney C
Day. two brothers. William Warwick and
Robert Warren Day.
Funeral services on Monday. May 18. at
ft p.m.. at the Wheatley funeral home.
Alexandria. Va Services and interment
in Richmond. Va . at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
May 19.
HOLLAND. MARTHA A. On Saturday.
May 16. 1942. MARTHA A HOLLAND,
beloved sister of Laura Johnson. Christine
Fields. Thomas and Joseph Pinner: step
daughter of Josephine Pinner: aunt of
Louise Ball and Margaret Thornton. Other
relatives and friends also survive her.
Remains may be viewed at the W. Ernest
Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w.,
after 8:39 p.m. Tuesday. May 19.
Funeral Thursday. May 21, at 1 pm.
from the Nazareth Baptist Church. 5th st.
■ nd Florida ave. n.w.. Rev. William Ran
dolph officiating Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Seminary. Va. 29
JOHNSON. LEANNA. On Saturday. May
19. 1942. at Gallinger Hospital. LEANNA
JOHNSON, mother of Catherine Johnson
and Marion Warters. sister-in-law of
Busie Baker. Frank and Richard Johnson
and cousin of Bessie McAbee. Martha
Stewart. Katie Brown, Laura McAbee and
Sarah Lucas.
Remains may be viewed after 12 noon
Monday. May 18. at the Fraser funeral
home. 289 Rhode Island ave. n.w.. where
funeral services will be held on Tuesday.
Mav 19. at 1 pm.. Rev G O Bullock
officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. 18
JONES, LAMBERT E., JR. On Sunday.
Msv 17. 1042. at Children's Hospital,
LAMBERT E JONES. Jr . aged H years,
of 3245 KlingJe road n w . beloved son
of Lambert E and Jean W Jones.
Funeral services at St. Alban's Church.
Mass, and Wis aves. n.w.. on Tuesday.
May HI. at 3 p m. Interment Glenwood
Cemetery.
KILBCRN. LT. COL. CHARLES L. On
Saturday. May 1R. 1042. at Officers' Train
ing School. Miami Beach. Fla
The funeral services will be Tuesday.
May 10. at 3 pm., at the Chapel. Fort
Myer. Va.
KING. GEORGE L. On Thursday. May
14. 1342. GEORGE L. KING, brother of
Iona Greene. Annie Neale and Martha Haw
kins.
Remains resting at H24 o5th st. n e.
after 5 pm. Monday, where services will
be held Tuesday. May 13. at 1 p.m. Ar
tangements by Malvan & Schey. *
KING, MARTHA. On Sunday. May 17,
1342. at Gallinger Hospital. MARTHA
KING of 2ln Canal st. s.w., beloved wife
of John King. She also leaves three
daughters, three grandchildren, two sons
in-law and other relatives and friends
Remains resting at the Morris A. Carter *
Co. funeral home. 2nd and F sts. s.w.
Notice of funeral later. •
LA PELLE, MARY ANN. On Sunday.
May 17. 1042. at her residence 7410
Blair road n.w. MARY ANN LA PELLE.
beloved wife of Zehedee La Pelle. mother
Of Rolland R. La Pelle of Springfield Mass.
Services at S H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Tuesday.
Mav 13. at 3 p.m. Interment Glenwood
Cemetery
_FUNERAL DIRECTORS._
J. William Lee’s Sons Co.
4tb and Man Ate. N.I. LI. 0206
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Crematorium.
V. L. SPEARE CO.
Neither successor to nor connected with
the original W R. Speare establishment.
1009 H St. N.W.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
~GEO. C. SHAFFER. IncT
EXPRESSIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES AT
MODERATE PRICES. PHONE NA. 0106
■ Cor. 14th & Eye
GUDE BROS. CO. norm w***
1212 F St. N.W. National 4276
COLORFUL PROCESSION AT IMMACULATA—The annual Immaculata Junior College May pro
cession wound about its campus yesterday, finally pausing before the statue of the Virgin. Photo
shows May Queen Mary Jane Humphries, a senior at the school, placing a crown of flowers on the
statue. This ceremony was followed by benediction in the school chapel.—Harris & Ewing Photo.
Bratt|a
LEE. WILLIAM 8. On Friday, May 15.
1942. at Mount Alto Hoapita). WILLIAM
8 LEE. beloved aon of William H Lee. de
voted brother of Clara Gravette. Cora
Bell. George. Beniamin and Amos Lee
Other relatives and friends also survive
him
Funeral Tuesday. May 19. at 1 p m .
from the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church.
1432 You st. n w Relatives and friends
invited Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. 18
MARl'CCI. ALEXANDER. Suddenly, on
Sunday, May 17, 1942. at his residence.
41H Eye st. ne ALEXANDER MARUCCI
beloved husband of Lucy Marucci and
father of Lewis and Phillip Marucci. Mrs.
Mary Di Toto and Mrs. Grace Pugliai
Funeral from the above residence on
Wednesday. May 2<t. at 8:3(1 a m. Reduiem
high mass at Holy Rosary Church at 9
a m Relatives and friends Invited. Inter
ment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 19
MILLER. IRENE DOLI.Y. On Saturday.
May Id. 1942. at her home. In5 Grant
ave Takoma Park Md , IREiNE DOLLY
MILLER, beloved wife of William B
Miller and mother of Mrs. Ruth B Clark
and Thomas W Miller. Mrs. Miller rests
at her late home
Services at Albright Memorial Church,
4th and Rittenhouse sts n.w • on Tues
day. May 19. at 2 p m Interment George
Washington Memorial Cemetery.
MOORE. CECELIA ANN. On Friday.
May 15. 1942. at Children's Hospital. CE
CELLA ANN MOORE, daughter of AlPhonso
and Ann Moore. Also surviving are other
relative* and many friend?
Interment 3 p.m. Monday. May IS. in
Harmony Cemetery. Arrangements by Me
Gulre.
O'NEILL. ROBERT EMMETT. On Mon
day. May IS. 19*2. ROBERT EMMETT
O'NEILL, beloved lather of Robert Em
mett O Neill jr.: brother of Frances Boy
kin. Virgie Hicks. Minnie Eades and Charles
L. O'Neill. ar.d nephew of Henrietta and
Emma Becker and Mrs. Minnie Vessey.
Remains restinc at Chambers' Georgetown
funeral home. 31st and M sts. n.w.
Notice of funeral later. 19
PIERPOINT. BLANCHE E. On Saturday.
May Id 1942, at her residence. 1338
Kenyon st n.w., BLANCHE E PIBRPOLNT.
beloved wife of John A. Pierpoint and
mother of Harry Y. Pierpoint.
Services from the S H. Hines Co funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Tuesday.
May 19. at 1 p.m. Interment at Cedar
Hill Cemetery. 18
SCESCO, JOSEPH. On Saturday. May
IH. 1942, at Gallmger Hospital. JOSEPH
SCESCO. devoted father of Mrs. Edna
Thompson, Mrs. Ethel Dowe. Oscar. Ray
mond and Norman Scesco brother of Edith
Bolden, Frank. Wallace and Elmer Scesco
He also Is survived by three grandchildren
and other relatives and friends. Friends
may call at his late residence. COtJR Flag
ler pl n.w , after H p.m Tuesday. Mav 19.
Funeral Wednesday. May '-20. at 1 p.m .
from Galbraith A. M E Church. Rev. J.
L White officiating Interment Harmony
Cemetery. Arrangements by Thomas Fra
zier CO. 19
SMITH. SALVADOR* ELIZABETH. On
Sunday. May 17. 1942, at her residence.
480 Massachusetts ave. n.w . SALVADORA
ELIZABETH SMITH sister of William S
Smith and the late Moses Smith and
Keoecca Smitii-Reynold. Friends may call
ai her late residence after noon Tuesday
Requiem mass will be celebrated at Hoiy
Redeemer Catholic Church. N Y. and N. J.
ave . n.w.. on Wednesday. May 2o. at 1“
a m Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Arrangements by McGuire. 19
STONE. WILLIAM De< LAYTON On
Monday, May 1H. 1942. at his residence.
1401 - A South Capitol st. sw, WILLIAM
DeCLAYTON STONE, beloved father of
William DeClayton. jr.. and Charles Le
Count Stone; loving brother of Mrs. Be
atrice Harley and Mrs. Julia Ross of St.
Louis. Mo.. One niece. Mrs. Frances Hen
derson. four grandchildren, other relatives
and many friends also survive. Remains
resting at the John T. Rhines & Co. fu
neral chapel. Ord and Eye sts. s w.
Notice of funeral later
TALLANT. WILLIAM CLEVELAND. On
Sunday. May 17, 1942, at his residence.
928 14th st s.e . WILLIAM CLEVELAND
TALLANT. the beloved husband of Mary
E. Tallanr.
Funeral from the chapel of P. A. Talta
vuli. 496 7th st. s w . on Tuesday. May
19, at 2 p m Relatives and friends invit
ed. Interment Glenwood Cemetery.
TALLANT. WILLIAM C. The members
of Edward J. Ross Council. Jr
O. U. A M . are reauested to
meet at Taltavull’s funeral
chapel. 498 7th st. sw.. on
Tuesday. May 19. 1942. at 2
p m., for the purpose of attend
ing the funeral of our late
brother. WILLIAM C. TALLANT
ELMER T. CHILDRESS, Councillor.
VANISON. J0SEHI. On Friday. May
15. 1942. JOSEPH VANISON, husband of
Gladys Vamson. Other relatives and
lriends also survive Remains resting at
the Malvan Sc Schey funeral home, New
Jersey ave. and R st. n.w.
Services at Mount Carmel Baptist
Church Tuesday. May 19, at 1 p m. •
WALSH. ELIZABETH MOORE. On Sat
urday. May 18. 1942. at her residence.
1210 Perry st. n e , ELIZABETH MOORE
WALSH, widow of Thomas Davis Walsh
and mother of Miss Marie Walsh. Mrs.
Austin McCormick. Mrs. H. E. James and
Francis X. Walsh.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Tuesday.
May 19. at 8:90 am; thence to St. An
thony’s Catholic Church, 1090 Lawrence
st. n.e . where mass will be offered at 9
a m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
18
WALSH. ELIZABETH MOORE. Officers
and members of Division No. 2. of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of Ancient Order of
Hibernians, are requested to be present for
prayers for our late sister. ELIZABETH
MOORE WALSH at S p.m. Monday. May
IS. 1942. at the S H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 21*<>1 14th st. n.w.
ROSE MARTIN. President.
M. E. ALLEN. Secretary.
WARNER. GRANT. On Saturday. May
lfi. 1942. at his residence. 2134 8th st.
n w . GRANT WARNER Remains resting
at Frazier's funeral home, 389 Rhode
Island ave. n.w.
Notice of funeral later.
WELLS. JENNIE CRAIG. Departed this
life on Saturday, May lfi. 1947, at fi:45
p.m . at her late residence. 932 48th st.
n e.. JENNIE CRAIG WELLS She leaves
to mourn their loss a devoted son. Edward
Wells; a devoted niece. Mrs Louise Craig;
two brothers. Robert and Edward Craig;
one sister, Mrs. Katie Themas. and a host
of other relatives and friends. After 3
p.m. Monday. May 18. friends may view
the body at Rollins' funeral home. 4339
Hunt place n.e.
Funeral services on Tuesday. May 19.
at 111 am., at the above funeral home,
the Rev. Millard Newman officiating. In
terment Harmony Cemetery. *
WELSH. CATHERINE S. On Saturday.
May lfi. 1942. at Washington Sanitarium.
Takoma Park. Md.. CATHERINE S. WELSH,
beloved wife of William L. Welsh and
daughter of Maurice W. and Jennie May
Hughes and sister of Mrs. Frances Wil
liams.
Friends may call at the Lee funera
home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. until
Tuesday. Mav lit. at 9:30 a m.: thence to
St. Anthony's Catholic Church 12th and
Monroe sts. n.e., where reouiem mass will
be offered at 10 a m. for the repose of her
soul. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Prospect Hill Cemetery.
WILKINSON. LEWIS J. On Sunday.
May 17. 1942. LEWIS J. WILKINSON, be
loved husband of May Wilkinson, father cf
Wilmer and Russell Wilkinson and Mrs.
Pearl Wood . , .
Services at Chambers funeral home- 51 *
Ilth *t. s e. on Wednesday. May 20. at
8 311 a m. Mass In 8t. Peter's Church at
9 am. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment in George Washington Memorial
Cemetery. 19
WILLIAMS. LOTTIE MAE. On Satur
day, May lfi. 1942, at GalUnger Hos
pital LOTTIE MAE WILLIAMS of 1134
19th st. n.w. She ii aurvived by many
relatives and friends.
Remains shipped to Spartanburg. S. C..
on Monday. May 18. Local arrangements
by McGuire.
Rites Held in Ecuador
For U. S. Vice Consul
By the Associated Pres*.
GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador, May 18.—
A religious ceremony was held yes
terday for United States Vice Con
sul John M. Slaughter and his
wife, Mary Baker Slaughter, who
were killed in the earthquake which
rocked Guayaquil Wednesday night.
United States Consul Alfred Nes
ter and other Americans attended
the services.
F. Lawrence Walker
Funeral Rites Today
Funeral services for F. Lawrence
Walker, recorder of Almas Temple of
the Shrine, who died Saturday, were
to be held at 2:30 p.m. today at the
Scottish Rite Temple, 2800 Six
teenth street N.W.
Burial was to be In Cedar Hill
Cemetery.
Dratljfl
YOUNG. CHARLES. On Friday. May
15. 1942. at Gailinger Hospital. CHARLES
YOUNG of 216 H st. s.w He leaves one
aunt. Mrs. Mary Dixon, two cousins. Ger
trude Howard and George Minor, and
other relatives and friends
Remains resting at the Morris A. Carter
A Co funeral home. 2nd and F at*, s.w .
where services will be held at i p.m
Tuesday. May 19. Interment In Payne *
Cemetery. •
in iSrmnriam
DODSON. WILLIAM S. Ip loving mem
ory of my devoted huaband. WILLIAM 8
D0D80N. who passed away two years ago
today. May 18, lfHO.
Sweet memories will linger forever.
Time cannot change them, ’tis true;
Years that may come cannot sever
My loving remembrance of you.
LONELY WIFE. •
EMPEY. FLORENCE E. Precious mem
ories of our beloved mother and grand
mother. FLORENCE E EMPEY. who left
us seventeen years ago today. May 18.
1925.
HER DAUGHTER AND GRANDDAUGH
TER. •
GOODWIN. VIRGINIA. In sacred mem
ory of our beloved wife and mother. VIR
GINIA GOODWIN, who departed this life
one year ago today. May JH. 1941.
Our hearts still ache with sadness,
Our eye« shed many a tear.
God only knows how we miss you
At the end of this long year
HUSBAND AND DAUGHTER ROBERT
GOODWIN AND HELEN SMITH.
HOWLAND. HFNRY H In loving mem
ory of HENRY H HOWLAND, who de
parted this life one year ago today, May
18. 1941.
Today recalls the memory
Of the loved one laid to rest.
And those who think of him today
Are the ones who loved him best.
THE FAMILY. •
KING. BENJAMIN F. In sad but lov
ing memory of our dear friend. BENJAMIN
F KING, who fell asleep in the arms of
Jesus one year ago. May 17, 1941.
God called you home. It was His will.
But in our hearts we love you still.
Your memory is as fresh today
As in the hour you passed away.
THE CARTER FAMILY. •
JONES, EVA BROWN. In loving re
membrance of our dear baby sister. EVA
BROWN JONES, who slept away info
the great beyond two years ago today.
May 18. 1940.
We thought not at the close of day.
When night veiled earth and sky.
That one so full of life and hope
Would breathe her last good-by.
At rest in God’s beautiful garden.
In the valley of rest so fair.
Some day. some time, when our work Is
done.
With loy we shall meet her there.
HER LOVING SISTERS. JOSEPHINE. LIL
LIAN MARIE. AND DEVOTED BROTH
TR. AMOS. *
LUCAS. GEORGE AND MARY. In lov
ing remembrance of our dear parents. Dad.
who left us December 26, 1896. and
Mother, who left us May 18, 1931.
Beautiful memories of those so dear
We cherish with love so sincere;
Days that come with sad regret.
Ones that we will never forget.
The flowers we lay upon your grave
May wither and decay.
But the love we have for you both
Will never fade away.
YOUR LOVING DAUGHTERS, ALICE,
ELIZABETH AND CARRIE. •
WALKER. EDWARD M. In memory of
our son and brother, EDWARD M.
WALKER, who departed this life three
years ago today, May 18. 1939
THE FAMILY. •
WARF, MARGARET PARKER. In lov
ing remembrance of our devoted sister,
MARGARET PARKER WARF. who de
parted this life three years ago today,
May 18. 193ft.
When we heard the white wings rustle
And the sigh of parting breath.
Then we wept in sobbing anguish,
For we said the sleep was death.
What is death? ’Tis like a lily.
Spotless, fragrant and pure;
Need death seem so cold and chilly,
Since it makes our faith secure?
HER DEVOTED SISTERS. ALICE AND
ELLA.
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Warner LPdmpkrey
R. E. Hellmund, 63, Dies;
Westinghouse Engineer
B, tht AMociaUd Praia.
PITTSBURGH. May 18.—Rudolph
Emil Hellmund, 63, nationally
known electrical engineer and chief
engineer of the Westinghouse Elec
tric <fc Manufacturing Co. since
1933. died Saturday in Memorial
Hospital. New York.
Mr. Hellmund, a native of Ger
many, held more than 250 United
States and foreign patents on elec
trical devices he invented. He was
awarded the Benjamin Lamme
Medal by the American Institute
of Electrical Engineers In 1929. He
was a director of the institute and
chairman of its Standards Com
mittee.
Following his graduation from the
University of Charlottenburg in
1903. he came to this country and
until 1905 was assistant to William
Stanley at Great Barrington. Mass.
After two years with Western Elec
tric Co. as a designing engineer,
he joined Westinghouse in 1907.
Officer Under Farraguf
At Mobile Bay Diesat 107
B, the Associated Press.
LAFARGEVILLE. N. Y„ May 18 —
John Hunter, who served under
Admiral David S. Farragut in the
Divil War. died yesterday at 107.
One of the State’s oldest war vet
;rans, Mr. Hunter served as an offl
:er on Farragut’s ship in the cap
;ure of the Tennessee in Mobile Bay.
He also was In other naval en
:ounters.
Mr. Hunter said he voted for Presi
dent Lincoln on two occasions and
was at the polls for every presi
lential election since. He was born
near Kingston, Ontario.
Soap Executive Dies
CINCINNATI, May 18 (/P).—Wil
liam R. Huber. 47, controller for
Procter <fc Gamble Co. for 20 years,
died of a heart ailment yesterday
at his home in suburban Wyoming.
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Ben Halliwell Miller, a member of
the Baltimore Evening Sun’s Wash
ington bureau, was killed in an air
plane crash near Wichita, Kans.,
yesterday afternoon. The 34-year
old newspaperman was one of 20
correspondents on assignment to
cover the “Production-for-Victory”
tour of the National Association of
Manufacturers.
Two others were killed in the
crash. They were identified as Cecil
J. Lucas of Wichita, the pilot of
the private plane, and W. H. Knorr,
Wichita businessman, the Associ
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Born in Easton, Mr. Miller moved
to Baltimore as a child, attended
Friends, Tome and Taft Schools
and then went to work for the
Evening Sun. For a while he was
with the Associated Press in the
West and then rejoined the Sun
and was assigned to Washington
in 1938.
His body will be taken to Balti
more for funeral services. Burial
will be in Easton. Mr. Miller is
survived by his widow, the former
Miss Agnes Ford of Fairfax, Va.;
two brothers. Col, Edward T. Miller
of Easton and Lt. Francis G. Miller
of Baltimore, now stationed at Camp
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Instrument Maker Dies.
HOBOKEN, N. J„ May 18 UP).—
Willy G. Keuflel, 66, president of
Keuffel <Sc Esser Co., precision in
strument manufacturers, died Sat
urday of a heart attack at his home
here. The company was founded
by his father.
3,000 Norwegians Seek
To Fight Axis, King Says
By the Associated Press.
LONDON, May 18.—King Haakon,
speaking at a London observance of
Norway’s Independence Day, the
128th anniversary of her free con
stitution, said yesterday that 3,000
young Norwegians had gone to Swe
den hoping to find a way to reach
England and join the Norwegian
Army.
The time will come, he declared,
when they too would be able to play
a part in the fight to restore the
homeland.
The Quisling regime in Norway
ordered police to stand by to pre
vent demonstrations on the anni
versary.
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piano department of the school and
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