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7. ** Service!?»t cSSgir funer.l hom. 5l7 i^ R^iV.id & terment Congressional Cemetery. w BEACH, RAYMOND H. „ On Monday. June 8. 1942. at Providence Hospital. RAY MOND H. BEACH of 1233 K at. a.e.. be loved husband pi Mrs. Lola Beach. Funeral aervlces at Wm. J. Nalhtys iu neral home, 522 8th st. a.e.. on Wednes day June 10. at 2 pm. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Congressional Cemetery. BEALL. ANNE MAPP. On Monday. June 8. 1942. at Walter Reed Hosp tal, ANNE MAPP BEALL, widow ol Col. Fielder M Mrs. BeaU will rest at the Tabler funeral home, 4217 9th at. n.w.. until Wednesday. June 10. when services will be held at the araveside in Arlington National Cemetery at 2 o'clock p.m. bedington. lizzie FURBUSH. On Tuesday, June 9, 1942. LIZZIE FURBUSH BEDrNOTON of 1314 9th st. n.w. She is survived by many relatives and f' lends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Malvan & Schey. BROOKS. ELIZA. Entered Into eternal life Monday. June 8. 1942. at 3j10_Mg7 at her residence. 83. -Oth st. n.e.. ELIZA BROOKS, daughter of the late John and Mary Johnson: widow of the late Rev. James F Brooks; devoted mother of Mrs. Corinne Striggs and loving sfster of Dr George A. Johnson. Blanche B. and the late Isaiah <Ikei Johnson. Funeral Friday. June 12, at 1 p.tn . from Metropolitan Wesley A. M. E. Z. Church. D st. between 2nd and 3rd sts s.w., Rev D C. Lynch officiating. Relatives and friends invited. BURGESS. PHILLIP I. Suddenly, on Monday. June 8. 1942. at his residence, Croome Station. Md., PHILLIP I. BUR GESS son of Alice and the late George A Burgess. Also surviving are three sis ters. one brother, his grandparents, other relatives and many friends. Friends may can at his late residence after 6 p.m. ^U5«ivnem mass will be celebrated at 8t. Mary's Catholic Church. Upper Marlboro, Md., on Wednesday. June 10, at 9 a.m. Interment at Mount Carmel Cemetery. Arrangements by McGuire. BURKE, MARY’ HURLEY. On Monday. June 8. 1942. at 2 p.m . at her residence, 2211 Washington circle. MARY HURLEY BURKE wife of the late Michael 8. Burke and beloved aunt of Mrs. Mary C. Griffin and Mrs Mae G. Elliott. Funeral from the above residence Thurs day. June 11. at 8:30. a m. Requiem mass at St. Stephen's Catholic Church, 25th st. and Pa ave. n.w.. at 9 a m., for the repose of her soul. Relatives and friends lnvita^. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. lo BUTCHER. FRANK J. On Monday. June 8. 1942. FRANK J. BUTCHER, beloved brother of Thomas and Elizabeth I Butcher. Mrs. Lucy Yorke. Mrs. Saddle Franklin and Mrs. Margaret Yorke. Re mains resting at Chambers’ funeral home. 517 11th St. s.e.. until 11 a.m. Wednesday. June 10. Services and Interment In Baldwin. Long Island. N. Y. COLWELL, J. FRANK. On Sunday, June 7. 1942. J. FRANK COLWELL of 1343 Clifton st. n.w . beloved husband of Abble M. Colwell and brother of Mrs. Charles Hlgbam and Miss Grace Colwell of Mid dletown. N. Y. _ Services at the 8. H. Hines Co. funeral home 2901 14th st. n.w . on Tuesday, June 9. at 8 p.m. Interment Middletown, N. Y. » COLWELL. JAMES F. Washington Lodge. No. 15. B. P. O. Elks, will convene in session of sorrow at 7:30 p.m. Tues day. June 9. 1942. for the purpose of paying tribute to the memory of our late brother. JAMES F. COL WELL. enrolled January 29. 1908; died June 7. 1942 Elk services at Hines' chapel, 14th and Har vard sts. n.w., at 8 p m. By order of AMBROSE A. DURKIN. Exalted Ruler. Attest: W. 8. SHELBY. Secretary. . CONOVER, WILLIAM H. On Monday. June 8. 1942. at his residence, 4317 Old Dominion drive. Arlington. Va.. WILLIAM H CONOVER, beloved husband of Mollie Conover and father of Preston A.. Morris E . W. Elwood. Edgar S. Conover and Mrs. Mildred Kellerman and Mrs. Margaret Adams. He also is survived by a sister, Mrs. Helen C. Luckett; eleven grandchil dren and one great-grandchild . Remains resting at the Ives funeral home. 2847 Wilsbn blvd , Arlington Va , where services will be held on Thursday. June 11, at 2 p.m. Interment National Memorial Park Cemetery. 10 CONTEE. VIRGINIA. On Monday. June S 1942. VIRGINIA CONTEE. beloved sis. ter of Edith Contee. She also is survived by one granddaughter, one niece, one nephew, four cousins and friends. Friends may call after 8 p m. Tuesday. June 9. at the Allen A Morrow. Inc , fu neral home. 1328 V st. n.w . where fu neral services will be held Wednesday. June 10. at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memerial Cemetery. CORTON, MARTHA BELLE. Suddenly, on Monday, June 8, 1942. at Children's Hospital. MARTHA BELLE, beloved daugh ter of Vida B. and Harold W. Corton of 4411 Dixon ave.. Silver Spring. Md. Mar ’ .ha Belle rests at the Warner E. Pumrhrey "uneral home 8434 Georgia ave, Silver Spring. Md.. until Tuesday afternoon. Services and interment Apopka, Fla. CROWN. JOSEPH H. On Monday. June 8. 1942. JOSEPH H. CROWN, beloved hus band of Annie M. Crown and father of Mrs. .4. H. McKenzie. Mrs. Charles W. Olvey. Mrs. James Humbert and Mrs. H. Gloyd Turton. Funeral from the Huntemann funeral Some, 5732 Georgia ave.. Thursday. June 11. at 8:30 a.m. Requiem mass at Nativ ity Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 10 DESKINS. MAZIE ISABEL. On Monday, June 8, 1942. at her home in Arlington, Va. Mrs. MAZIE ISABEL DESKINS. Funeral from Groff's funeral home. Fair fax, Va.. on Wednesday. June 10. at 2:30 P.m. Interment Fairfax Cemetery. Rela tives and friends invited. EVANS, SAM. Departed this life on Sun day. June 7. 1942. at Freedmen's Hospital, SAM EVANS. He leaves a devoted mother. Lulu Evans, and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting gt Peoples' funeral home. 2304 Georgia ave. n w., until 1 p.m. Wednesday. June 10. Body will be shipped to Athens, Ga., for services and interment. FOSTER. ERNEST H. On Sunday. June 7. 1942. at George Washington University Hospital. ERNEST H. FOSTER of 4108 32nd st., Mount Rainier. Md.. beloved husband of Nina V. Foster and father of Srnest Lee and Joan Louise Foster. Services at the above residence on Wed nesday. June 10. at 1:30 p.m .: thence to Trinity Lutheran Church. 30th st. and Runker Hill rd.. Mount Rainier, Md.. where meral services will be held at 2 p.m. In terment Prospect Hill Cemetery. 9 HALEY. HARRIET. Departed this life ?unday. June 7. 1942. at her residence. 108 3rd st. n e„ HARRIET HALEY She ieaveg three daughters. Catherine Gross. Aline Butler and Lavinia Johnson: one sis ter, granddaughter. Mrs. Geneva Oole. and a ho6t of other relatives and friends. Re mains may b« viewed after 4 p.m. Tuesday, Jung 0. at her late residence. Funeral Wednesday. June 10, at 9 a.m., from Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, New JerMT and New York aves. n.w.. where high mass will be offered for the repose of her «oul. Relatives and friends are in vited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Arrangements by Henry S. Washington & Song. HOSPITAL, WELTY CLYDE. On Mon day. June 8, 1942. at his home, 4588 Mac ArthttT blvd . WELTY CLYDE HOSPITAL, aged 81, beloved husband of Minnie Greene Hospital and father of Welty Clyde Hos pital. Jr.: son of the late Josephus and Mary C. Hospital Services at his late residence on Wednes day. June 10, at 2 p.m. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. HOSPITAL, W. C. A special com munication of Potomac Lodge. No. 5. F. A. A. M., is called for Wednesday. June 10, 1942, at 1 p.m . to attend the funeral of our late brother. W. C. HOS PITAL By order of THOS. L. KIDWELL. Master. RICHARD P. WADDEY, Secretary. HUNLEY. HENRY A. On Sunday. June 7, 1942. at Mount Alto Hospital. HENRY A HUNLEY, beloved husband of Annie Hunley (nee Muir) and father of Mrs. Marie A. Claxton, William H. and Robert N. Hunley. Funeral from Collins' funeral home. 3821 14th st. n.w.. on Wednesday, June 10, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends in vited. Interment Arlington National Cem etery. EY, HENRY A. The comrades of Admiral George Dewey Naval I Camp. No. 7. United Spanish War Veterans, are hereby noti fied of the death of Comrade HENRY A. HUNLEY. Funeral services will be held on Wednes _ day. June 10. 11142. at 1:30 p m , at Collins' funeral parlor. 3821 14th Ft. n.w. Interment at Arlington National Cemetery By order of CHARLES R HAMILTON. Commander. Attest: ORIN A. KITCHENS. Adlutant. JACOBS. ORIE MOORMAN. On Mon day. June 8, 1942, at Mount Alto Hospital, ORIE MOORMAN JACOBS, beloved hus band of Theresa Jacobs. He also is sur vived by his mother. Mrs. Anna A. Adkins: two sons, three daughters, three brothers and three sisters. Services on Wednesday, June 10. at 1 p m., at the Woodbridge Baptist Church. Interment Arlington National Cemetery, with full military honors. Relatives and friend* invited. Services by Hall's funeral borne, Oceoquan. Va. JOHNSON. ALPHONZO. Departed this life Sunday. June 7. 1942. after a short illneas, ALPHONZO JOHNSON, son of the late Ernest and Hattie Johnson, devoted husband' of Mamie Johnson, father of NaomlKermit and the late Leon Johnson. He also leaves other relatives and friends. Remain* resting at 403 M st. n.w. after 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Funeral Thursday. June 11, at 1:30 p.m., from Zion Baptist Church. F st. between 3rd and 4th st*. s.w.. Rey. Edwards offi cialise. Arrangements by Barnes & Mat thew*. KENNEDY, JOHN W On Monday. June 8. 194S, at his residence, 2729 Woodley pi n.w., JOHN W. KENNEDY, beloved father of Col. Robert J. Kennedy of Los Angeles, Calif.; Margaret R. and J. Frank Kennedy of Pittsburgh, Pa.; Joseph E. Kennedy and Clair* F. Kennedy of Washington. D. C Remains resting at the above residence Until Wednesday morning. June 10. at 8;30 o'clock; thence to St. Thomas ADOstle Catholic Church. 27th st. and Woodley rd. n.w, where mass will be said at 9 a m. for the repose of his soul. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Interment Scot dale. Pa. KING. MARY REBECCA. Departed *this life SuBdur, June 7. 1942, at Freedmen's Hospital MARY REBECCA KING. She leave* to mourn their loss a devoted hus band, three daughters, four sons, one sis ter, three brothers and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at her late residence, BO O st. n.w.. from 8 p.m. Tuesday to 12 noon Wednesday. Funeral services at Pomonkey. Md, Wednesday. June 10, at 1 p.m. Arrange ments by the Peoples'. Inc., funeral home. E304 Georgia ave. n.w., L. O.. Langston, Wanarer. LINZ. HARRIET. On Monday- June 8. 1942. at her residence, Gaithersburg, Md.. HARRIET LINZ, wife ol the late Louis Linz and mother of Bertram F. Linz and the late Clarence L. Linz. Remalna resting at the Lee funeral home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where services will be held on Wedneaday, June 10, at 11 a.m. Friends Invited to attend. Kindly omit flowers. Interment private. MARABLE. NATHANIEL. Departed this life suddenly, on Sunday. June 7. 1942. NATHANIEL MARABLE. He leaves to mourn their loes a devoted mother and father. Alton and Della Marable: sisters, brothers and other relatives and friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements hy Peoples’ Funeral Home. Inc.. L. J. Langston, manager, 2304 Georgia ave. n.w. MARSHALL, NELLIE. Suddenly, on Sun day, June 7. 1942. NELLIE MARSHALL, aunt of Sarah Shaw and Susie Savage. She also leaves four brothers, three sis ters. other relatives and friends. Remains st the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral home, 1432 You st. n.w., until 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 9. Funeral and Interment Hampton, Va„ June 10. MASON. GEORGE THEODORE. On Monday. June 8. 1942. GEORGE THEO DORE MASON. He is survived by five sisters, four brothers and other relatives and friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Malvan & Schey. • McCUNE. WILLIAM H. On Tuesday. June 9, 1942. at Doctors' Hospital. WIL LIAM H. McCUNE. Remains resting at Hysong’s funeral home, 1300 N st. n.w., from 8 p.m. until 10 p.m. Tuesday. June 9. Friends invited to cail. Service and interment Meadvllle. Pa., Thursday, June 11, at 2 p m. ROWE. ROBERT. On Monday. June 8, 1042, at Garfield Hospital, ROBERT ROWE, beloved brother of Fannie Sewart, Vir ginia Gllllspie, Major Rowe and James Rowe. Other relitives and friends also survive him. Remains may be viewed at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w., after 12 noon Wednesday, June 10. Funeral Thursday. June 11. at 2 p.m.. from the above funeral church. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 10 ROYER, FRANCES O. On Sunday. June 7. 1942. at her home. 008 E Montgomery ave.. Rockville. Md., FRANCES O. ROYER, beloved wife of Ezra L. Royer. Funeral services at the Colonial funeral home of Wm. Reuben Pumphrey. Rockville, Md.. on Wednesday, June 10, at 2 p.m. In terment Meadow Branch Cemetery, near Westminster. Md. 9 SCHELLIN. NANCY C. On Tuesday. June 9. 1942. at her residence. 3620 Greenway drive, Fairfield. Md.. NANCY C. SCHRLLIN. wife of the late Otto R Schd lln and mother of Herman H. Schellln. Mrs. Theodore Roth and Robert O. Schellln and Mrs. Francis W. Potts. Friends may call at the Lee funeral home. 4th st. and Mass, ave. n.e., until 1:30 p m. Thursday. June 11. Funeral services will be held at the Fountain Memorial Baptist Church. Nay lor rd. and Minnesota ave. i.t., at 2 p m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. SCHMID. MINNIE KATHARINE. On Monday. June 8, 1942. at Garfield Hos pital. MINNIE KATHARINE SCHMID, be loved sister of Etta Schmid Wells. William E. Schmid of this city and Martin H. Schmid of Canton. Ohio Services at the 8. H. Hines Co. funeral home.' 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Wednesday. June 10, at 1:30 p.m. Interment Glen wood Cemetery. 9 SHANKS, EUGENE B. On Sunday. June 7. 1942, EUGENE B. SHANKS, beloved husband of Ada A. Shanks, father of Or ville G. and Oren B. Shanks. Velma M. Faulk and Geraldine A. Teston. Services at Chambers' funeral home 517 11th st. s.e. on Thursday. June 11, at 2:30 pm. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 10 SHERIDAN, SADIE VASS. On Monday. June S 1942. at her residence. 1415 Cor coran st. n.W.. SADIE VASS SHERIDAN, loving wife of Walter Sheridan. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Henry S. Washington. SLEPPY. AMANDA T. On Monday. June 8. 1942. at her residence. 1239 K st. s.e.. AMANDA T. SLEPPY. wife of the late Edward Sleppy. Services at Chambers' funeral home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Wednesday. June 10. at 11 a m Relatives and friends invited. In terment in Cedar Hill Cemetery. SPRING. CHARLES E. On Monday. June 8. 1942. at his home, in Lovettsville. Va , CHARLES E. SPRING, husband of the late Susan 8ouder Spring and father of Otho. Bernard and Earl Spring of Lov ettsville, Va., and Carl Spring of Wash ington. Funeral services at his late home Wed nesday. June 10. at 10 a m Interment at Union Cemetery. Lovettsville. Va. THOMAS. WALTER JOSEPH. On Sun day. June 7. 1942. at his residence. 3028 Wisconsin ave. n.w . WALTER JOSEPH THOMAS, beloved husband of Marie L. Thomas and father of Alexander L. Thomas. He also is survived by two grandsons. Walter E Thomas and Alexander L. Thomas, ir. Remains resting at Hysong's funeral home. 1300 N st. n.w.. where services will be held on Wednesday. June 10. at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to at tend. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 9 THORNTON. MILDRED. Departed this life on Saturday. June ti. 1942. MILDRED THORNTON of 952 Westminster st. n.w.. devoted stepmother of Magnolia Taylor and George Thornton. She also leaves to mourn their loss a sister, Florence Carter: brother, Walter Phillips; a niece. Mildred Banks; other relatives and friends. Re mains resting at Barbour Bros.' funeral home. 48 K st. n.e.. where friends may call after 1 p.m. Tuesday. June 9. Funeral Wednesday. June 10. at 1 p.m.. from the above funeral home. Rev. Walter H. Brooks officiating. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 9 WELLS, FLORENCE B. On Saturday. May 30, 1942. at Philadelphia. Pa.. FLOR ENCE B. WELLS, beloved sister of Col. Frank L. Wells. U. S. Army. Interment 3 p.m. Thursday. June 11, Congressional Cemetery, Washington. D. C. WOODHOL'SE. ELIZABETH E. On Sun day. June 7. 1942. ELIZABETH E WOOD HOUSE, beloved wife of Walter A. Wood house. Remains resting at Chambers' Georgetown funeral home, 31st and M sts. n.w. Services at Fort Myer Chapel. Fort Myer, Va on Wednesday. June 10, at 9:30 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Inter ment Arlington National Cemetery. 9 WRIGHT. EMMA J. On Monday. June 8. 1942 EMMA J. WRIGHT, beloved wife of the late Thomas Wesley Wright and mother of Thomas W. Wright, Mrs. Nor man Sweeney and Mrs. Daniel Berry. Funeral from the James T. Ryan fu neral home. 317 Pa. ave. re. on Thurs day June 11. at l p.m. Relatives and friends invited Interment Washington National Cemetery. (Charles County. Md., papers please copy.) 10 ZIMMERMAN. GEORGE W. On Sun day. June 7, 1942. at his residence. 3802 Fulton st. n.w . GEORGE W. ZIMMERMAN, beloved husband of Minnie V. Zimmerman <nee Brooke) and father of Louise K. Roof and Edward A. Zimmerman. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home, 2901 14th st. n.w . on Wednesday. June 10. at 3 p m. Interment (private) Congressional Cemetery. 9 Itt UUmnrlam ARMSTEAD, HESTER S. A tribute ot love to the memory of our dear mother, HESTER S. ARMSTEAD, who left us seven years ago today, June 9, 1935. Ever in our memory. HER CHILDREN, MARY AND RUTH. • BLALOCK, BEN. In sad but loving re membrance of my dear husband. BEN BLALOCK, who departed this life two years ago today, June 9. 1940. Two years have passed, but still I miss him; Friends may think the wound is healed. But little they know the sorrow That lies within my heart concealed. DEVOTED WIFE. LOU. • BOWMAN, MARY T. In loving remem brance of our dear daughter. MARY T. BOWMAN, who passed away one year ago today, June 9, 1941. God saw the road was getting rough. The hills were hard to climb: He closed her gentle, loving eyes And said. "Peace be thine ” MOTHER AND FATHER. BOWMAN. MARY T. In loving remem brance of my dear, loving wife. MARY T. BOWMAN, who passed away one year ago today. June 9. 1941. A precious one from me is gone, A voice I loved is stilled: A place is vacant in my heart That never can be filled. It is lonely without you here And sad along life's way: Life does not seem the same to me Since you have gone away. I miss your sweet and smiling face, My heart still aches with tears, God only knows how I miss you At the end of this long year. HUSBAND. NATHAN J. BOWMAN. BRICE. BESSIE H. In loving remem brance of my dear pal. BESSIE H. BRICE, who departed this Hie two years ago to day, June 9. 194U. God has claimed our darling. Took the one we loved so dear: To fill her place there Is no other. We know she did her share. HER DEVOTED AND LONELY PAL. FAN NIE REEDER. * COLLINS, GEORGE FRANKLIN. An other pause in the weary stretch of twenty four years since my beloved husband. Counselor GEORGE F COLLINS “crossed the bar," June 9. 1918. HIS WIFE. BERTHA HOWARD COLLINS. • COOK, MARY M. A tribute of love and devotion to my good and dear friend, MARY M. COOK, who departed this life June 9, 1941. May God rest her soul. Beyond the storm clouds Is the rainbow. Beyond the darkness there is light: Beyond the sorrows there Is gladness. Beyond the blindness, glorious sight. HER FRIEND. MRS. SEVERN. • CRAYTON, DOLLIE. A tribute of love and devotion to my friend. DOLLIE CRAY TON, who passed away one year ago to day. June 9. 1941. _ JULIA MITCHELL. • DAY, BERTIE T. Sacred to the mem ory of my beloved wife, BERTIE T. DAY. who passed to the great beyond June 9. 1941. A precious one from me has gone, A voice I loved is stilled: A place is vacant in my home That none can ever fill. HER DEVOTED HUSBAND, WESLEY H. DAY, FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. C. SHAFFER, Inc. OYOS Cor. 14th & EyeaysSSSy GUDE BROS. CO. f*"*1 1*1* ¥ Si. N W. National 4*7* Mrs. Eliza Brooks Dies; Lifelong D. C. Resident * Mrs. Eliza Brooks, lifelong resi dent of the District, died yesterday at her home, 837 Twentieth street NE. She was the daughter of the late John and 14*O' Johnson of South west Washington. Her father was engaged in real estate and the pro duce business. Mrs. Brooks was a member of the Metropolitan Wes ley A. M. E. Church where funeral services will be held at 1 pjn. Fri day, followed by burial in Harmony Cemetery. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Corinne Spriggs, this city; a brother, Dr. George A. Johnson, and a sister. Miss Blanche Johnson, a teacher in the Maryland public schools. Evangelical Instructor To Address Conference The ReV. J. L. Shuler, instructor in evangelical methods at the Sev enth-Day Adventists’ Theological Seminary, will preach on “Are the Ten Commandments Out of Date?” at services at 8 o'clock tonight at the annual camp meeting of the Poto mac Conference on the Washington Missionary College grounds in Tako ma Park. The Rev. J. W. McNeil, former president of the Potomac Confer ence, spoke today on “He Trod the Wine Press Alone.” During the business session, the Rev. W. H. Atherly, supervisor of publications, announced that the conference has sold $71,364.89 worth of literature during the term 1940 41. A number of young men and women have received scholarships to various schools through the sale of pamphlets and books, it was re ported. It was also reported that through their visiting nurse program, 75 per cent of physical defects of chil dren examined in the beginning of the school year have been corrected. Siamese Twins Die By tti Associated Press. BUENOS AIRES, June 9 (ip.— Siamese twin boys, bom May 22 in Santiago del Estero Province, died here yesterday. The babies, Joined at the stomach, were under observa tion of surgeons studying the pos sibility of an operation to separate them. Itt Hmnrtam DELUNGER. JOSEPH HARRY, JR. In sad but loving remembrance of JOSEPH HARRY DELLINGER. Jr. .Buddy). who departed this life suddenly two years ago today. June 9, 1940. "He Is not dead. He is just away." HIS MOTHER AND SISTERS. • DORSEY. SAVANNAH; STORRIED. LUCY. In memory of our daughter, sla ter and aunt. SAVANNAH DORSEY, who died three years ago today. June 9. 1939, and LUCY STORRIED, four year ago, July 4. 1938. Their weary hours and days of pain. Their weary nights are past; Their ever-patient. womout frames Have found sweet rest at last. STEPHEN AND ANNIE WARREN; LOT TIE AND DOROTHY. * HOLLAND. THOMAS. In sad but lov ing memory of my dear husband. THOMAS HOLLAND, who passed away one year ago ; today, June 9. 1941. We do not know why you had to go. You fought life's battles bravely And patiently stood every test. And by all you are remembered As being one of the best. DEVOTED WIFE AND SONS, CORDELIA, FRANCIS AND THOMAS. KOONCE. MINNIE ELIZABETH. In sa cred memory of my little daughter. MIN NIE ELIZABETH, who passed away June 9, 1928. When death has come for me and when I know rebirth. Let me have. God In Heaven, what I wanted most on earth. MOTHER. • KOONCE, MINNIE E. In loving mem ory of our little cousin, MINNIE B KOONCE. who left us fourteen years ago today, June 8. 1928. WILSON, RHODA. LARRY. • MILLS. ADA E. A tribute to my loving wife. ADA E. MILLS, who passed away two years ago today, June 9. 1940. I often think of the days tone by. When we were together, But. oh, how changed It all Is now, Mr loved one has gone forever. HER LOVING HUSBAND. EDGAR MILLS. POWELL. MARY ELIZABETH. A trib ute of love and devotion to our dear wile and mother. MARY ELIZABETH POWELL, who left us four years ago today, June 9. 1938. Nothing can ever take away The love a heart holds dear: Fond memories linger every day. Remembrance keeps her near. DEMPS AND CHILDREN. • SIMMS. HENSON. In remembrance of my dear father. HENSON SIMMS, who passed away twelve years ago yesterday, June 8. 1930. God gave me a wonderful father. One who never grew old: God made his smile as the sunshine. His heart of gold. HIS LOVING DAUGHTER, ROSA RUS SELL. • SIMMONS. LOUISE E. A loving and sacred tribute to the memory of our moth er and aunt. LOUISE E. SIMMONS, who entered into eternal rest six years ago to day. June 9. 19#d. Treasured thoughts of one go dear Often bring a silent tear: Thoughts return to scenes long past. Time rolls on. but memorylasts. HER DEVOTED CHILDREN, ELONZA, MARY AND ELLSWORTH SIMMONS; NIECE DOROTHY JONES. • SLAUGHTER, FLOSSIE LAWSON. In sad but loving remembrance of my dear daughter. FLOSSIE LAWSON SLAUGHTER, who passed away one year ago today, June 9. 1941. Minneapolis. Minn. God took her home. It was His will; Within my heart She liveth still. HER MOTHER. ANNA L. GREEN. • TURNER, CECELIA. In loving memory of my dear mother and our grandmother. CECELIA TURNER, who fell asleep in Jesus three years ago today, June 9. 1939. Faithful and honest in all of your ways. Courageous and true to the end ol your days; You were loving, gentle, sweet and kind— We didn't know why you had to go. What a beautiful memory you have left behind. YOUR DAUGHTER. E. CORAM. • WALLACE, JOHN. A tribute of love to the memory of my husband. JOHN WAL LACE. who departed from us June 9. 1933. Gone, but not forgotten. HIS WIFE, MABEL LEE WALLACE AND MOTHER-IN-LAW. ROSA LEE. • WEBER, J. WILLIAM. In sad but lov ing remembrance ol our dear lather, J. WILLIAM WEBER, who passed away five years ago today. June 9. 1937. You fought life's bittles bravely And patiently stood every test; And by all you are remembered As being one of the best. _ HIS DEVOTED SON AND DAUGHTER IN-LAW, FUNERAL DIRECTORS. J. William Lee’s Sons Co. ttb and Mail At*. NX LL SSOi FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium. V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither successor to nor connected with the original W. R. Spear* establishment. 1009 H St. N.W. National" 28M Too FeW Trips Home Cost Seat, Patrick Says Ei the Associated Press. Representative Patrick, Democrat, of Alabama, recently defeated for renomination, told the House yes terday he lost because he had not been home frequently enough in the last three years and warned that other members faced defeat in com ing elections. Making what he termed “a lame duck’s report to Congress,” the Ala baman said he believed every mem ber who was defeated should get out and work to prevent other members being defeated. “The voters don’t realize the dan ger of weakening a war Congress,” he said. "There is danger of several good men being lost.” Mr. Patrick said he found when he went home the people of his dis trict were dissatisfied with him be cause he had not been home fre quently enough. The Alabaman said he believed Congress should arrange to do its work in six or seven months and return home for the remainder of the year. Instructions Are Issued For War Prisoners' Mail Letters for American prisoners of war and civilian internees in Japan and Japanese-controlled countries should not be mailed until the pris oner’s name is released by the Army or Navy, the District Red Cross emphasized today. It added that several thousand telephone calls have been received at the Red Cross foreign Inquiry service from friends desiring to get in touch with prisoners, par ticularly since the fall of the Philip pines. The Red Cross urged letter writers to comply with the following in structions : When so released, pending com plete information as to prisoner’s identifying number and prison ad dress, the prisoner should be ad dresesd as follows on the right hand side of the envelope: (a) full name: (b) military title and branch of service; (c) followed by the indica tion—formerly at Wake, Guam, Philippines, Shanghai, etc., Ameri can prisoner in Japan, care of In ternational Red Cross Committee, Geneva Switzerland. ‘Write plainly on the upper left Prisoner of War, and underneath Prisonier de Guerre. In the lower left corner write Postage free, and underneath the words Franc de Port. The sender’s name and ad dress should be placed on the back of the envelope. ' "The instructions are the same for civilian internees as for prisoners of war and mail must not be sent until the interne’s name has been released by the proper authorities. Service is not now available for carrying parcels to prisoners of war or civilian internees in Japan or Japanese-controlled countries.” Nursery School Facilities Here Reported Inadequate Washington nursery schools, day nurseries and other child care cen ters are inadequate to meet de mands here, it was reported yester day at a meeting of pre-school edu cators sponsored by the Emergency Committee for Day Care of Young Children. The report, based on a survey made by a visitors’ and research subcommittee, said that not only were the facilities inadequate in capacity, but are •‘primarily avail able to those who can afford the relatively high costs of private, tu ition schools.’’ The report recommended legis lation to appropriate funds for day care, that training be given to child care workers, and that a commu nity-wide program be adopted in the Metropolitan Area to arouse “interest in and responsibility for providing improved educational facilities and programs for the wel fare of young children." Dr. Emmett Fox Sees United Nations Victors Dr. Emmett Pox, author and lec turer of New York City, speaking under auspices of the International New Thought Alliance, last night at the National Press Club Auditorium, predicted victory for the United Nations and a powerful role for the United States in the post-war world. Dr. Fox, introduced by the Rev. E. Roy Feldt, elaborating his sub ject of scientific thinking as a solu tion to world problems said: “The tap root of all evil is fear, which manifests itself in sickness, poverty, jealousy and strife.” Prayer, Dr. Fox said, can actually shorten war. The meeting was opened by Miss Florence Frisbie, secretary of the Intematior al New Thought Al liance. ftememJb&i this protective fact! Each! family we serve controls the funeral's price in its choice of furnishings. WARNER E. PUMPHREY S)i&tinriitK. Junt/Lol SeAvicc. EST. I«54 SILVER SPRING.MO. SHEPHERD SOOO BEAUTIFUL FUNERALS BY One of the LARGEST UNDERTAKERS in the World SO SC COMPLETE «PO FUNERAL A COMPLETE CHAM BERS FUNERAL includes casket, ear service and 0O other featares, all tar the price that Ton’ll see plainly marked at time you (elect a eatket. Other Complete Funerals, $165, $265 and up1 Julian Hartridge Dies; Former U. S. Attorney Ej tt* Associated Prtsi. NEW YORK, June 9.—Julian Hartridge, 72, former assistant United States attorney for the southern district of New York, died yesterday of a heart attack. After being graduated from Har vard in 1890, he studied banking in Germany. Deciding against a busi ness career, he turned to education and taught for several years in Savannah (Ga.) High School and later was headmaster at St. James School In Hagerstown, Md. He became an. assistant United States attorney in 1913 and served seven years In the post. Packing Firm Head Dies AMARILLO, Tex., June 9 UP).— R. R. Pinkney, SI, head of the Pink ney Packing Co., one of the Nation’s biggest Independent packing houses, died yesterday of a heart attack. Mr. Pinkney was one of the sponsors of Boys’ Ranch, developed on the pattern of Boys’ Town in Nebraska. Two Sweeps Over Malta Made by Axis Fighters B> ttaf Associated Press. VALLETTA, Malta, June 9.—Ap parently Just to keep in practice. 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