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March 5. 1044. DALE FOSTER BELL
MAN, beloved husband of Mildred Bellman
inee Houchens) of Baltimore. Md. also
brother of Earl S Bellman. Collece Park.
Md Funeral services Thursday. March p.
a' 2 .'to o'r’ock. a' 4408 Adelle terrace.
Baltimore, Md. Interment Loudon Park
Cemetery. s
March It. 10M, at her residence. ofi’J.'t
Oarfield «t. n.w AI DA McDOWELL BIRD,
mother of Mrs Josephine Weaver. Sees'
Frederick A Bird. u. S A Mid Comar.
Joseph L Bird. U S. N Servu-s at the
S H Hmes Co funeral home, 23401 1th
st n.w . on Thumdav. March ft. at 12 noon.
Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 8
BROt'GH. CHARLES E. On Monday. \
March 8. 1044. ai his residence. 3 718 A
Jf.ee. • CHARLES E BROUGH, the beloved
father of Mrs. Lillian L. Coombs and
grandfather of Mrs Mildred Weed. Miss
Elaine E Coombs and brother o[ Mrs :
Mary Swpeney and Mrs. Lillian Horn. !
Remains resting at Chambers funeral
hfWuP' 51, 11th Si. s.e . until Thursday.
March 9. at 8.30 a m. Mass at Holy Com- 1
forter Catholic Church at 9 a.m. Inter- I
ment St. Mary’s Cemetery. S
VFR,N°N M. On Sunday.
vrownw U 4i^.'7/.570m« ' Rockville. Md .
\ERNON M BOWMAN, aped 75 years H
^isfrr- Elizabeth Leishear
w11, Funcral services on Wed
nesday. March s. at 11 a m . at Ro- W
n*FbcL8 (."5rr5) h?mc- Laytonsvllle. Md..
Kc^. Coni ad W. Jordan officiatinp. In
terment Mount Carmel Cemetery.
Bl RNETT. SIMON C. On Saturdav
March 4. 1944. SIMON C. BURNETT, be
i°4n- os-han,d 04 GeorBta Syphax Burnett,
ill's?.JY n:w- After lit a m. Tttes
? ii7t™.,'i ’£lenrts m«y call at the Me
Ouire funeral home. 1820 itth st. n.w.
*h"c services will be held Wednesday:
Cemetery 1 1 3 m In,erment Mount Zion
- BiSuK' ATwSte57' „Pn Tuesday. March
VIileRn,el.UfCiYS,T EUSCK. husband of
4 fatSSi kls.father 2f PaUl B BUSCk Of
Miss 'r-rln Pt? : Pomtr v K Busck «od
B®pnm?B. &V: <3*org?a
Interment* private”1 Wednesday' March8 8
Saturday. March 4. 3 044. at her res"
Brno!-? £77i?r,ON’ «'ldow of William
c°5?r J°n .. Funeral services in
iviiH0 Wednesday. March 8. at 10
9,bt®ck a ni Interment Glcnwood Cem
ctcry, at 12 noon (Wednesday). *
Marr?htR^LVQ4R4AVaf°?D B Gn Monday.
yiaren o. 1944. at his residence 38 Au
Beecher st. n.w RAYMOND B. CARRnn
beloved husband of Margaret’ E. Carroll'
and father of JamesS L., John U. Carroll
oflLtMrnmd!-Cew nrad3iPalma 6nd brother
■ t Th. Y0I?,drv,w llham J- Carroll Services
s.S' H' Hmes™.!r0- funeral home. 2001
44’h. st;Kn '• on Thursday. March B. at p
Churchth-S?H? .In ol0l,y Tonify Catholic
and O sts. n.w., where mass
kf offered at 9:30 a.m. Interment
Arlington National Cemeterv. c
vokkoi.l. RAYMOND B Voyageurs of
grande Voiture 174. Forty et
AtRICy>. Eight, are hereby notified of
the death of their fellow voy
~ CSfcM 3 ageur, RAYMOND B. CAR
» w^gw 5 ^^LL, on Monday. March fi.
1944. They will assemble for
services at 8 pm . on Wed
^ flli'f nesday. March 8. at the Hines
Ball funeral home. 2901 ]4th st
Ira n.w. Interment at Arlington
■T*! National Cemetery Thursday,
March 9, at 10:30 a.m.
Grand Chef de Gare.
W. LEO COLLINS. Grand Corrcspondant.
CARROLL, RAYMOND B. Officers ahd
members of Washington Police
and Fire Post, No. 29. the Amer
ican Legion, will assemble at
the American Legion Club, 2437
15th st. n.w. at 7:45 p.m.
Wednesday. March 8. 1944, to
attend the Legion memorial
gervices for our late comrade. Past Comdr.
RAYMOND B CARROLL. Services at the
S H. Hines Co funeral home. 2901 14th
st. n.w., at 8:30 p.m. Interment at Ar
lington National Cemetery Thursday,
March 9. at 9 a.m.
H. N. LANCASTER. Commander.
Attest: E. G. COMINGORE, Adit. 8
— — notify you of the death of
• At our late- comrade. RAY
lice and Fire Post. No. 2979,
Veterans of Foreign Wars,
will conduct their services:
i at the S. H. Hines Co. fu
neral home. 2901 14th st.
n w . on Thursday. March
9. 1044. at 8 p.m. All members are
urged to attend. V. F. W. Honor Guard
kindly take notice. . i
J. M. McINERNEY, Comdr.
CARROLL, RAYMOND B. The members;
of the Policemen's Associ-1
ation of D. C. will attend:
the funeral services of our:
late brother, RAYMOND
B. CARROLL, a! the S H.
I Hines Co funeral home.
I '2901 14th st n.w.. on
Thursday, March 9, 1944.
at 9 a.m.: thence to Holy
Trinity church. 36th and
O sts. n.w Interment in
Arlir.g.on National Cemetery.
HOWARD F SMITH. President.
JOSEPH S. DAVIS, Secretary. 8
March 6. 1944. at Washington Sanitarium.
CHARLES DICE CHICK, beloved husband
of Nettie C. Chick of 4901 Fairmont st.
n.w. FMneral services at the Bethesda
Chevy Chase funeral home of Wm. Reuben
umphrey on Wednesday, March 8. at 2:30
p.m. Interment Potomac. Md
March 7. 1944. at Sibley Memorial Hos
pital. EMMA NOBLE CLAGETT. widow of
the late Maurice J. Clagett, mother of
Judge Brice Clagett and the late Noble
Clagett. major. U. S. A.: sister of Miss
Irene H. Noble of Washington and Mrs.
Charles D. Marshall of Pittsburgh. Pa.
Services at the Oak Hill Cemetery Chapel.
28th and R sts. n.w.. on Thursday. March
P. at 2 P.m. Interment in Oak Hill Cem
etery. Services by Chambers. 8
CLARK. JOSEPH. Departed this life
on Thursday. March 2. 1944. at Casualty
Hospital. JOSEPH CLARK of 210 H st.
s w... the loving father of Regina Clark,
devoted brother of Mrs. Louise Bond. He
also is survived by one aunt, three uncles,
other relatives and many friends. Re
mains resting at the John T. Rhines & Co.
funeral home. 3rd and Eye sts.'s.w., where
they may be viewed on Tuesday, March
7. after 4 p.m. Funeral on Wednesday.
March 8. at 9 a.m. from the St. Vincent
de Paul Church. South Capitol and M sts.
Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery. 7
CLEMENT, JAMES B. Washing'on
Lodge. No. 15, B. P. O. Elks,
will convene in session of
_i sorrow at 7:36 p.m. Tues
day. March 7. 1944. to pay
£*■. tribute to the memory ot
I our late brother. JAMES B.
/ CLEMENT, enrolled January !
15. 1013: died March 5. i
—— 1944. Elk services at Cun
ningham funeral parlor. 817 Cameron st..
Alexandria. Va . ai 8 o m. By order oi
Acting Exalted Ruler.
Attest: L M YOUNG. Secretary
COLEMAN. JOHN H. On Saturday.
March 4. 1944 JOHN H. COLEMAN, be
loved husband oi Rosa B. Coleman, father
of John F. and Wilbur F. Coleman. Blanche
C. Knorl and Rosa C. Knorl. He also leaves
to mourn his departure ten grandchildren,
Mariorie Thompson. Carleton Knon. Guy
Knorl. Shirley Coleman. Jean Coleman.
Eileen K Smith. Rosa K. Perry Wilhston
Knorl Novella Knorl and Sylvia Knorl:
four nieces. Elizabeth Butler. Emma Grm
nage. Daisy Hill and Martha Grant: one
nephew. Dr. Milton Holmes; four grand
nephews Hilyord Robinson. Winston Hill,
Claude Hill and Royc" Holmes: one grand
niece. Thelma Hill, and other relatives and
mary friends. Remains resting at the
John T. Rhines A- Co. funeral home. 3rd
and Eye sts. s.w., until Wednesday. March
8. at 10 a.m.: thence to St. Monicas
Episcopal Church. South Capitol and L sts..
where remains will lie in state until 12:45
p m Funeral at 1 p.m. from the above
church. Rev. M E. Newman officiating.
Relatives and friends Invited. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
March 5, 1044. at her residence. IKK) B
f: n e., ADA THERESA COTTER <nee
Poore), beloved wife of the late Joseph W.
Cotter and mother of Gertrude A.. Joseph
W. Cotter. Agnes C. Faust and Elise C. Hav
enner Funeral from her late residence on
Wednesday. March 8. at 8:30 a m.; thence
to S*. Peter's Church, where mass will be
offered at ft a m Relatives and friends1
invited Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Please omit flowers
Mar'-h fi. 1044 CLARA MORRIS COX of
2722 13th st. n.w., the beloved wife of W.
P. Cox and aunt of Wesley Morns. Mrs
Helen M. Rush and Kenneth D Morris,
„U S. N Services at the S H. Hines Co.
funeral home, 2001 14th st n.w . on Thurs
day March o. at 1 p m. Interment GUn
wood Cemetery 8
Oti Sunday, March 5. 1044. a' her resi
dence. 574 Union st.. Springfiedl. Mass.
I UCINDA B DAILEY Mice Youneer), be
loved mother of Mrs. Susie R Nichols and
Mrs Pauline D. E Carroll of 1430 T st.
n w . and sister of Mrs Maggie Younger
Carroll She leaves many other relatives
and friends Services in Springfield. Mass.
DAVEY. HARRY L. On Tuesday March
7 1041. HARRY L DAVEY. beloved unci
of George C and Stanley Dr Neale and
brother of Julia E De Neale Friends mav
cal! at the Lee funeral home. 4th st. and
Mas avf n e w here services will be he'd
or. Thursd y. March '» at 1! am Rela
11\es and friends invited. Interment Con
grr ional Cemetery 8
I ERC.I SOV sAVH Et On Wednesday.
M r- h 1. 3!*4 4 SAMUEL FERGUSON, son
o. Fannie Ferguson He also leaves five
brothers, one sister and a host of other
relatives and friends Private services at
Stewart \s funeral home, .to H st tie,
Tuesday March 7. at 2 P m. Interment
Glen Arden. Md.
J/William Lee’s Sons Co.
4th *nd Mass. Ate N.F.. U. 52*4
1113 7th St N.W NA 2473
S605 14th St N W HO 2326
Our Charges Are Reasonable
Neither successor to nor ronnecteo witn
the original W R Speare establishment
1009 H St, N.W. NlllJrrw,
GUDE BROS. CO. Floral Piece*
lilt t St S.W National 4276
Cor. 14th & Eye »» RaS-Y
FLETCHER, JAMES. Entered into the
great beyond on Saturday. March 4. 1944.
at Gallinger Hospital. JAMES FLETCHER
i of 301 I st. s.e,. Apt.. 22. the loving hus
band of Mrs Retha Fletcher and devoted
(lather of Roberta Fletcher and Standford
Coleman, son of Mrs. Gussie Day He
also is survived by a stepfather. Thomas
Day; two brothers. Harry and Fred
, Fletcher, three sisters. Mrs. Alice Camp
j bell. Mrs. Gussie Washington and Miss
: Amelia Fletcifr'r; other relative and many
friends. Funeral Thursday. March 9. at
J nm. from the John T Rbines & Co.
= funeral homo 3rd and I sts. s.w Inter
ment Arlington National remetery. 8
FOX. RI FFS F. On Monday. March 8.
I**44- RUFUS F\ FOX. beloved husband of
|the late Ann Guy Fox and lather of Isaac
jN Fox. corporal. U S A . and Ruth E.
Wise. Funeral from the V. L. Speare Co..
1009 H st. n.w . on Thursday. March 9.
at 2 p.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery.
Relatives and friends invited. 8
of 041 P'arragut st. n.w.. beloved husband
;of Theresa Gloria Froman and father of
;Earl Carlyle, jr.. and Beverly Ann Froman:
I son of Eldridge C. and Florrie A. Froman
,and brother of William E. and Doris E.
Froman and Mrs. Mary L. Donaldson,
j Services at the S H. Hines Co. funeral
i home. 2901 14th st n.w . on Wedn-'wt.
March 8. at 3 p.m. Interment Fort Lin.^i
j Cemetery. •;
Friday. March 3. 19+4. HENRY WELLING
TON GAITHER of 1092 32nd st. n.w.. son
of Kat:e and the late Henry Gaither and
brother of Margaret Dorsey. Venus Gaither.
Malvin Gaither. Elsie Robinson. Ethel Jor
dan and Joseph Gaither. After 12 noon on
Tuesday. March 7. friends may call at the
Frazier funeral home. 389 R. I ave. nw,
where funeral services will be held on Wed
nesday. March 8. a! 1 p.m.. Rev. G. E.
Stevenson officiating. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. 7
comrades of the James E. Walk
er Post of the American Legion
will assemble at Frazier’s fu
neral home. 389 R. I. ave. n.w.,
at 7 P.m. Tuesday, March 7,
for Legion services for HENRY
J. DILLARD MARTIN. Post Commander.
GARNER. JOSEPH. On Monday. March
8, 1944. JOSEPH GARNER. the beloved
son of George Garner and brother of Mrs.
Mary L. Bertling. Dora May Garner. An
nie E. Garner. Mrs. Fern Garlend and
Hermon J. Garner. Remains resting at
Chambers’ funeral home. 517 11th st. s.e..
until Friday. March 18. at 8:30 a.m. Mass
at St. Lawrence's Catholic Church. Jes
sups. Md., at 9 a m. Interment church
cemetery. 9
GIBBS, PEARL. Departed this life on
Monday. March 8. 1944. at Gallinger Hos
pital. PEARL GIBBS, the loving mother of
Mrs. Lillian Pitts, Ida James. Alonzo,
Eloise. Otis. Willie and Delorise Gibbs, de
voted sister of Mr. Oscar Morris, cousin
of Mrs. Alice Sparker. Other relatives
and a host of friends mourn her passing.
Remains resting at the John T. Rhines &
Co. funeral home. 3rd and I sts. s.w.
Notice of funeral later.
iTi/in 1. un ounoay. ivtarcn
S. 1944. at, her residence, 4009 Lawrence st.,
Colmar Manor. Md.. MARY GILLIKIN. be
loved wife of Melvin Giilikin and mother
of Stephen W. Gillikin and Mrs. Mary
Ann Stanton and Mrs. Theda Rose Shep
ard She also is survived by her mother,
Mrs. Dovey Massey, and her sister, Mrs.
Julia A. Benedikt. Remains resting at
Gasch's funeral home. 4739 Baltimore
ave.. Hyattsville, Md. Services at the
above funeral home on Thursday. March
9. at 8:30 a.m.: thence to St, James' Cath
olic Church. Mount Rainier. Md.. where
mass will be said at 9 a.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery. 7
March 7. 1944. at his residence. 920 D st.
S. W. LEO HAYDEN GRAVES, beloved hus
band of Annie Graves. Funeral from the
temporary funeral home of P. A. Taltavull,
444 fith st. s.w.. on Friday. March 10. at
9 a m. Requiem mass at St. Dominic's
Church at 9:30 a.m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
tery. 9
on Sunday. March 5. 1944. AGNES TARL
TON GREEN, wife of William Green, de
voted daughter of Joseph Tarlton, loving
sister of James. Nathaniel. Raymond E.
and B. Leroy Tarlton. She also leaves
•wo aunts. Mrs. Mary Wright and Mrs.
Eleanor Buggs: other relatives and many
friends to mourn her departure. Remains
resting at the John T. Rhines & Co. fu
neral home, 3rd and I sts. s.w. Notice of
funeral later.
HAKES. LLOYD A. On Tuesday. March
7. 1944. at his residence. 4043 Grant st.
n.e.. I.LOYD A. HAKES, beloved husband
of Carol Hakes and father of Robert Allan
and Richard Joseph Hakes. Remains rest
ing at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home.
2901 14th st. n.w. Funeral services at
First Congregational Church. 10th and
G sts. n.w.. on Friday. March 10. at 1
p.m Interment Arlington National Cem
etery. 9
day. March 6. 1944. at the home of his
sister. Mrs. Louis I Wrenn. Browns Cor
loved brother of Mrs. Louis I. Wrenn and
Mrs. Archie Turner. Mr. Harding rests
at the Warner E. Pumphrey funeral home,
8434 Georgia ave.. Silver Spring. Md.
Notice of services later.
HARRIS. LEWIS J. On Saturday. March
4. 1944. at his residence, 2230 California
st. n.w , LEWIS J. HARRIS beloved hus
band of Mrs. Kathleen Schley Harris, de
void father of Constance. Mary Louise.
Sylvia. Jackie. Nelson and Rolfe Harris
and devoted brother of Mrs. Pearl Gray
Contee and Mrs. Nannie Shelton. He also
leaves four aunts and many other relatives
and friends. Friends may call at the W.
Ernest Jarvis funeral home. 1432 You st.
n.w., after 12 noon Tuesday. March 7. Fu
neral Wednesday. March 8. at 1 p.m., from
Vermont Avenue Baptist Church. Rev. C.
T. Murray officiating. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Lincoln Memorial Ceme
tery. # 7
March 6, 1944. at her residence. 1213 Otis
place n.w. \IRGINIA HEARNS, beloved
mother of Otis Williams cf Cleveland,
Ohio; Hazel Williams of Virginia Beach.
Va . and Mrs. Bertha Williams. She also
is survived by a sister. Mrs. Nancy Whit
field of Cleveland. Ohio; a granddaughter.
Mrs. Kate Shamley: a grandson, Eddie
McCoy, and other relatives and friends.
Remains resting at the Allen A Morrow,
Inc., funeral home, 1326 V st. n.w. Notice
of funeral later.
parted this life on Saturday. March 4, 1944,
at his residence. 226 Mass. ave. n.e.. WIL
the late Mary Nelson Holmes, brother of j
the late Lewis Holmes and devoted uncle :
of Mr. E. T. Hawkins Other relatives and
many friends mourn his departure. Funeral
Thursday. March 9. at 2:30 p.m.. from the
John T. Rhines & Co. funeral home, 3rd
and I sts. s.w. Interment Harmony Ceme
tery. 8
HOUSE. WALTER G. On Sunday. March
5, 1944, WALTER G. HOUSE of 431 13th
st. n.e . beloved husband of Cora E. House
and father of Thelma L. Geraci: brother
of Daisy R Campbell. Funeral from the
W. W. Deal funeral home, 4812 Georgia
ave. n.w.. on Wednesday. March 8. at 11
a.m. Relatives and friends Invited. In
terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 7
denly. on Sunday. March 5, 1944. at his
residence, 3819 M st. n.w . HORACE H. !
(RUDIE) HURDLE, beloved husband of
Edna L. Hurdle. Services at St John’s;
Episcopal Church (Georgetown). Potomac
and O sts. n.w,. on Thursday, March 9. at
3:30 p.m. Interment in Eldbrooke Ceme
tery. Services by Chambers’ Georgetown
funeral home. 8
March 5. 1944. at her residence. 1347
Corcoran st. n.w.. CARRIE LEE JONES,
mother of Earl H. Jones, sister of V. B.
Jeter. She also leaves one niece. Olive;
Brown; one brotner-in-law. Thomas A.
Jeter: one sister-in-law. Tessie Brown;
one daughter-in-law. Lena G. Jones: other
relatives and a host of friends. The late
Mrs. Jones will rest at the above resi
dence after 1 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral
Thursday. March 9. at 1 p.m., from Met
ropolitan A. M. E. Church, M st. between
15th and 16th sts. n w. Services by Stew
art’s funeral home, 3<> H st. n.e. 8
JONES. CARRIE L. Queen Victoria
Household of Ruth. No. 1711. announces
the death of Inmat CARRIE L JONES.
Call meeting for arrangements Wednesday
evening. March 8. 1944. at. 8 o’clock, at
Odd Fellows’ Temple. Funeral Thursday.
March 9, at 1 p.m . from Metropolitan M.
E. Church. Inmates please attend.
March 5. 1914. at her residence. 1315 M
m n.w . MOLL IE TRONF.Y KEYS, beloved
mother of Edward. Philhp. Benny and
Claude Keys. Mrs. Ralph Nicholson, Mrs.
Roger Jamison. Mr Otho Morgan. Mrs.
Car! Dominic. Mrs. Malvin Voatman. Mrs.
Minnie Utterback ana Mrs Joseph Brannon.
Services at the Chambers tuncral home.
!4()n Chapin st. n.w.. on Wednesday. March
8. at 1 p m. Interment Chestnut Grove
Cemetery. Herndon. Va 7
i March 7. 1944 ROBERT J KINES of
1 1 149 N H ave n.w Services at the S.
H Hines Co. funeral home. 3901 14fh
n.w . on Thursday. March 9. at 3
p m Interment Washington Memorial
Park 8
KLINE, SAMUEL. Suddenly, on March
5. 1944. in Wasnington. D C . SAMUEL
KLINE t,cloved husband of the lap Eliza
beth Kline (nee Schiminsen. Funeral
from the parlors of F B Wippert & Sons.
Baltimore . nri Monroe sts. Baltimore.
Md . on Thursday morions. March 9. at
1 1 o'clock Interment Western Cemetery.
KNOTT. LRNEST IV On Sunday. March
.V 1941. ERNEST P KNOTT of 1740 Euclid
t i: vv beloved husband of Grace W.
Knott, father o! Mrs Elsie F Layer, son
of Mrs. Matilda F Knott and brother of
Mrs William C. Hunt. Services at the
;S H Hines Co funeral home. 3901 14th
at. n.w.. on Thursday. March 9. at 11 a m.
Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. 8
March 5. 1914. WALTER A. KOMENDA.
the beloved husband o( Romayne G Ko
menda (nee Gaines) and father of Terry L.
and Diane G Komenda and brother of
Mr: Marie Rubin. Mrs. Earbara Drayne.
Joseph A and William Komenda Re
I mains resting at the Chambers funeral
jhome. 51? 11th st sr , until Thursday.
March 9. at S:30 a m. Mass at Holy Name
Catholic Church at 9 am. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 8
LAWN. MARY ELI EN. Suddenly, on
Sunday. March 5. 191? at her home. .‘{01 o
P st. n w MARY ELLEN LAWN, beloved
aunt of Dr J Lawn Thompson c.f Wash
ington. Mis> Noma Thompson. Rockville.
Md and Edw.'id Anderson of California
P : i.tin- res ing at the Be’hesda-Chevy
( t >e funeral home of Win. Reuben Pum
iphrey. Funeral on Tuesday. Marrh 7. at
Ou: Ladv of Lourdes, where requiem mass
was offered at 10 h in Interment Ca
Uhedral Cem. terv, Baltimore. Md.
March 4. 194 4. GEORGE J LEAPER hus
band of Beatrice A. Leaper, father of
George J. Leaper. 1r. He also leaves four
sisters two brothers and a host of other
•: relatives and friends Services at Stew
ards funeral homf, 30 H $• ne. Wednes
I day. March 8. at 1 p m. Interment Payne’i
March 7. 1944. at Mount Alto Hospital.
GEORGE M. MARCHAND. beloved uncle o(
Mrs. Phillip Welch and Mrs. Pedro Del
Valle, great uncle of Mrs. John W. Jones.
Remains resting at Chambers' Georgetown
funeral home, nisi and M sts. n w Serv
ices at Fort Myer Chapel on Thursday.
March 9. at 2:30 p.m. Interment in Ar
lington National Cemetery. b
parted this life on Saturday. March 4.
1044. at her residence. 1127 48th pi. nr..
voted daughter ol Mrs. Mary Frances
Hayden, wile of John s. Marlowe, beloved
mother of Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Marlowe
and daughter. Mr anil Mrs Robert J
Fisher and Mrs. Charlotte Catlett, and
irlend of Dr. R. A. Easter. Other rela
tives and many mends also mourn her
departure. Remains resting at the John
T. Rhlnes & Co. funeral home. 3rd and Eye
sis. s.w.. until Tuesday. March 7. at 4 p.m .
then to her late residence. Funeral on
Wednesday, March 8. at 1 p m . from the
Bible Way Church on New Jersey ave.
between L st. and New York ave. n.w.. the
Rev. Smallwood E. Williams officiating.
Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 7
ficers and members of Grantlin Taber
nacle. No. 70. A. I. O. of Moses: Call
meeting for Tuesday. March I, 1944, at.
7:3o p.m., at. the Moses Hall. 1421 T st.
n.w . to arrange for the funeral of our
deceased sister. MAMIE BURNETTE MAR
LOWE. Memoers to assemble at the Bible
Wav Church, on N. J. ave. between L si.
and N. Y. ave. n.w.. at 12:30 p.m. Wed
nesf :y. March 8. for services. Interment
i Lin. jin Memorial Cemetery. By order of
DENNIS C. WILSON. Worthy Superior.
SARAH TYSON, Secretary.
MAYER. JOSEPH A On Tuesday. March
7. 1944. JOSEPH MAYER of 1000 Kith st.
n.w., beloved husband ol Bertha M. Mayer.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w,. on Thursday.
March 9. at 8:30 a m.: thence to St. Paul's
Catholic Church. 15th and V sts. n.w .
where mass will "be offered at 9 a m. In
terment Arlington National Cemetery. 8
McDAVID. NANCY B On Tuesday,
March 7, 1944. NANCY B. McDAVID of
031 C st. n.e. Friends may call at the Lee
funeral home, 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.,
where services will be held on Thursday,
March 9, at 2 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery. 8
MORTON, LILLIAN. Departed this life
on Tuesday. February 7, 1944. at Gal
linger Hospital. LILLIAN MORTON. She
leaves to mourn a devoted sister. Mrs. Flor
ence B. Thomas; three nieces and a host
of other relatives and lriends. Remains
may be viewed at the Hall Bros.’ funeral
chapel, 1400 S st. n.w.. after 0:30 p.m..
Wednesday. March 8. Funeral services at
the above funeral chapel on Thursday.
March 9. at 1 p.m.. Rev. S. A Warren of
ficiating. Intemnet Payne's Cemetery.
NERVIS, MOSES P. Entered into eter
nal rest, on Saturday, March 4. 1944, at
his residence. 1200 Carrollburg place s.w ,
Apt. A. MOSES P. NERVIS, the loving hus
band ot Mrs Lillie N. Nervis. Other rela
tives and a host of friends mourn his de
parture. Remains resting at the John T.
Rhines & Co. funeral home. 3rd and Eye
sts. s.w., until Thursday, March 9. at 12
noon; then at his late residence. Funeral
Friday. March 10. at 1:30 p.m., from Zion
Baptist Church. F st. between 3rd and
4th sts. s.w.. Rev. A. J. Edwards officiating.
Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. 9
O’REGAn, JOSEPH F. On Monday,
March ti, 1944. at Mount Alto Hospital.
JOSEPH F. O'REGAN. Remains resting at
the Chambers funeral home. 1400 Chapin
st. n.w.. until 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, March
8. Requiem mass at St. Paul's Catholic
Church at 9 a m. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery.
O’REGAN. JOSEPH F. Officers and
members of the Bureau of En
graving and Printing Post, No.
23. American Legion, are noti
fied of the death of Comrade
requested to assemble at 8 p.m.
on Tuesday, March 7, 1944, at
Chambers' funeral home, 14th
and Chapin sts. n.w., for recitation of the
ritual. Funeral Wednesday, March 8, at
8:30 a.m., from Chambers' funeral home:
thence to St. Paul's Church. 15th and V
sts. n.w.. where mass will be said for the
repose of his soul. Interment In Arling
ton National Cemetery.
JAMES S. JUDGE. Commander.
March ti, 1044. EVA GUILD PETERSON,
wife of the late Albert Henry Peterson
and mother of Mrs. Dorothy Raynor of
Washington. D. C.: sister of Mr. Curtis
Guild and Mrs. Emma Guild Dillaway of
Chelsea, Mass. Remains resting at the
Chambers funeral home, 1400 Chapin st.
n.w., until 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 8
Services and Interment Boston. Mass. 8
March 0. 1944. at his residence. 517 4th
st. s.e., HERBERT PHILLIPS, beloved hus
band of Blanch B. Phillips, father of Mrs
Irma Langer of Silver Spring. Md.. and
William H. Simmons of District Heights,
Md. Funeral from Harry M. Padgett’s fu
neral home. 131 11th st. s.e., on Thursday.
March 9. at 2 P.m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Congressional Ceme
tery. 8
day, March 0. 1944. at Sibley Memorial
loved son of tne late George and Marlon
Ratherdale and brother of Robert F.
Ratherdale and Lulu A. Mastin. Funeral
services at the James T. Ryan funeral
home. 317 Ta. ave s.e.. on Thursday,
March 9, at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Congressional Cem
etery. 8
day. March 5. 1944. at her residence. 41
beloved wife of Edward Schauermann
mother of Edward J. Sohauermann and
Mrs. Emma F. Ramming and sister of
Albert Ellis. Services at the Chambers fu
neral home, 517 11th st. s.e.. on Wednes
day. March 8, at 1 p.m. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. 7
day. March 5, 1944, at Children’s Hospital.
daughter of Lyman S. and Elsie M.
Schlosser. Services at the Chambers fu
neral home, 517 Hth st. s.e., on Wednes
day, March S. at 2:30 P.m. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 7
SHELTON. LYNN C. On Sunday, March
5, 1944, at his residence. 2015 Fulton
place n.e., LYNN C. SHELTON, beloved
hu.-band of Marion Fenwick Shelton and
father of Pvt. (First Class) Leonard J.
Shelton. Lt. Bernard L. Shelton. Jule C.
Shelton, pharmacist's mate (third class),
and Lynn C. Shelton, jr. Services at the
above residence on Wednesday. March 8.
at 9:30 a.m.; thence to St. Francis De
Sales Church. 20th st. and R I ave.
n.e.. where mass will be offered at 10
a.m. Interment In Mount Olivet Cem
etery. 7
SHELTON. LYNN C. The members of
Washington Council. No. 224,
Knights of Columbus, are ad
vised of the death on Sunday
March 5. 1944. of Brother
Fulton st. n.e., and are request
ed to attend the funeral serv
ices at St Francis De Sales Church on
Wednesday. March S. at. 10. a.m. The
members will meet at his late residence
on Tuesday, March 7, at S p.m.. for reci
tation of prayers for the deceased.
ALFRED P NEFF. Grand Knight.
SMITH, BERTHA. Suddenly, on Frldav.
March 3, 1944, BERTHA SMITH of 114.!
Sumner rd. s.e. Remains resting at Walter
E. Hunter's funeral home, 2452 Nichols
ave. s.e. Notice of funeral later.
SMITH, MARY E. On Tuesday, March
7, 1944. at the home of her cousin, Miss
Florence E. Frisby, 4522 Warren st. n.w,.
MARY E. SMITH, beloved wife of the late
Edwin N. Smith. Remains resting at the
Birch funeral home, 3034 M st. n.w,. where
services will be held on Thursday, March 9,
at 11 a m. Interment private.
STACK. MARY fc. Suddenly, on Satur
day. March 4. 1944. MARY E. STACK
(nee Lee), beloved daughter of Mrs. B.
! J. Lee. Private funeral services Tuesday.
March 7. at the Perry A Walsh funeral
home. 29 H st. n.w., at 3 p.m. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery.
March 4, 1944, after a short illness. EMA
| LINE STEVENS of 31(3 F st. s.w.. daughter
I of the late Madeline Stevens. She leaves
I to mourn a devoted aunt. Rosetta Lan
j caster (Jolly) Also surviving are two
uncles, Edward and Samuel Lewis: an
aunt, Addie Holmes: a cousin. Charles
i Boston, jr . and a host of other relatives
:and friends. Remains resting at Barnes
& Matthews’ funeral home. 014 4th st
s.w.. where funeral services will be held
i Wednesday. March 8. at 1 p.m.. Rev.
Frank Hearnes officiating. Interment Lin
coln Memorial Cemetery. 7
,day. March 0, 1944. at her residence. 4821
! Woodway lane n.w.. KATHERINE WARD
I STOUT, beloved mother of Mrs. Florence
iM. Thomas and Waller Stout Remains
[resting at Hysong's funeral home. 1300
!N st. n.w . where services will be held on
'Wednesday. March 8. at 11 a.m. Relatives
and friends invited to attend. Interment
March 2, 1944. HARRISON IERRELL. be
loved brother of Casper. Caesar and Al
fred Terrell Mrs. Celia Drew, Mrs. Fleta
Ragland, Mrs. Mary Clayoorne and Mrs.
Beatrice Jefferson. He also leaves other
relatives and many friends. Friends may
call at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church.
1432 You st. nw. from f> pm. until 12
P m. Monday. March 0. Funeral and In
terment Milford. Va., Tuesday. March '.
THALIS, VASILI. On Sunday. March 5
i 1944. at Garfield Kospdal. VASILI THALIS
of 733 7th st. n.w., the beloved husband
of Josephine Thalis. father of Helen. Cath
jerine. Pasquale. Paul and Theodore Thalis
I Remains resting at Chambers funeral
home. I4 0n Chapin <-T. n.w. Funeral frrm
!St. Sophia's Greek Church. 8th and L s'
{n.w. on Wednesday, March 8. at 2 p.m.
Interment Glenwood Cemetery
TOLIVER. BESSIE. On Saturday. March
!4. 19 44. at Casualty Hospital. BESSIE
TOLIVER of 4100 Wooster st., Brentwood.
Md . loving wife of James R Toliver and
devoted mother of Elizabeth Gaither She
also leaves two grandchildren and other
relatives and friends Remains resting at
her late residence after 2 pm. Tuesday.
March 7. Funeral Wednesday. March 8.
at 2 P.m.. from Queens Chapel Methodist
Church, Muirkirk. Md Relatives and
friends invited. Interment church ceme
tery Arrangements by Henry S Washing
ton & Sons’. 7
March 0. 1944, at ner residence dm; Gal
latin st n.w . ANNIE E WARFIELD, be
loved wife of the late James I . Warfield
and mo’her of Mrs. Oscar C Tabler and
Charles E. Warfield Funeral irom hei
late residence on Wednesday. March 8.
|at 11 a.m. Interment Hyattstown. Mo.
Relatives and friends invited.
WHITE. ROSA \. Departed this life on
(Sunday, March 5. 1941. at 9:15 am
after a lingering illness. ROSA A WHITE
beloved wife of Eduard White, loving
mother of Aionza Jackson. She also leavef
one brother. Edward Jackson, one daugh
ter-in-law. five grandchildren and a host
of other relatives and friends The late
Mrs. White mav be viewed at Stewart
funeral home 30 H st n e , after 4 P m
Wednesday Mass will be offered on Thurs
day. March 9. at Holv Redeemer Church
at 9am Relatives and friends Invited
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 8
Itt ifUmnrtam
memory of our husband and dad. JOSEPH
H AMBERGER. who entered eternal rest
one year ago today.
Never had much show about him. never
cared for dress.
Sort o spent his life a-sowing seeds of
Doing little things lor others, helping
where he could;
Never making much pretension, always
doing good
Vain the tribute we would pay him. words
cannot express
What it meant to have him with us and
our thankfulness;
Sweet the memory he has left us. though
our hearts are sad,
Great the blessing that was given—a hus
band and a Dad!
ANDREWS. BOONE B In loving mem
ory of my dear husband. BOONE B. AN
DREWS. who passed away four yeais ago
today. March 7, 1940.
I often sit and think of you
When I am all alone.
For memory is the only friend
That grief can call Its own.
CRAWFORD. CALVIN H. Sacred to the
memory of our dear father and husband.
CALVIN H. CRAWFORD, who departed
this life sixteen years ago today, March
7. 1998.
Though our hearts may break with sorrow
By the grief so hard to bear.
We will meet you some glad morning.
In the upper garden' there.
EDWARDS, JAMES T. In loving mem
ory of my dear husband. JAMES T ED
WARDS. who passed away six years aRO
today, March 7. 1938 Anniversary mass
at St. Theresa s Church.
Deep in our hearts you are fondly remem
Sweet, happy memories cling to your
True hearts that loved you with deepest
Always will love you In death Just the
memory of my dear husband. SAMUEL
GUGLIELMINI. who departed this life eight
years ago today, March 7. 1936.
In your absent years I think of you as
though yesterday. Today brings memories
still closer at the end of eight years.
HANCOCK. ANNE ROSE. In memory of
our wife and mother. ANNE ROSE HAN
COCK (nee Furler), who departed this life
one year ago today. March 7, 1943.
HENDERSON. MARY E. A tribute of
love and devotion to the memory of my
faithful and loving mother. MARY E. HEN
DERSON, who departed this life ten years
ago today, March 7, 1934.
Beautiful memories of one very dear.
My mother, I cherish with love sincere:
This day that comes with sad regret
Is one that I will never forget.
In my heart your memory lingers.
You were loving, kind and true:
There is not a day that passes, dear mother,
That I do not think and pray for you.
JONES, EUGENE P. In loving memory
of our dear father and husband. EUGENE
P. JONES, who departed this life three
years ago, March 7. 1941.
His life was earnest, his actions kind,
A generous hand, an active inind.
Anxious to please, loath to offend.
A wonderful father, a loyal friend.
Jr. •
MIDDLETON. MARIA L. In loving re
membrance of our devoted mother. MARTA
L. MIDDLETON, who entered Into rest
ten years ago today. March 7. 1934.
| Funeral Services Held
For Millon Stephens
Fun'eral services for Milton Ste
' phens, 60, for 32 years an employe of
! the Post Office Department, who
1 died at his home, 4907 Ninth street
N.W., February
24. were held
February 28 at
1 the Hines fu
neral home
l Burial was in
| Cedar Hill Cem
! etery.
Mr. Stephens,
a native of Mon
roe County,
Tenn., came here
in 1911 to ac
cept a postiion
with the Postal
i Savings System.
; He later became
| a supervisor in Mr- Stephens,
the money order division.
A member of the Petworth Citi
zens’ Association, Mr. Stephens was
an alumnus of Grant University
and George Washington University,
where he graduated as a doctor of
dental surgery in 1918.
He is survived by his widow. Mrs.
Louise Pauline Widmayer Stephens,
and a son. Milton Henderson
Stephens, a naval aviation cadet,
now at Athens, Ga.
Movie Pioneer Dies
• HOLLYWOOD, Mar. 7 OP).—
Michael Hoffman, 62, pioneer movie
producer, who was born In Chicago
and educated as a lawyer, died yes
Arthur F. Sladen Dies
OTTAWA, Mar. 7 OP).—Arthur F.
Sladen, 77, private secretary to five
of Canada’s Governors General, died
yesterday at his home here.
Itt HSUmurtam
SMITH. RICHARD L. In sad but loving
remembrance of my dear father. RICHARD
I,. SMITH, who departed this life two
years ago today. March 7, 1942.
Sad and sudden was the call.
For you were dearly loved by all;
A bitter grief and shock severe
To part with one I loved so dear.

TUCKER, BERTHA R. In loving mem
ory of my devoted sister, BERTHA R.
TUCKER, who departed this life March
7, 1943. SISTER. MABEL. •
VINE, WALTER. In memory of our dear
son and brother. W ALTER VINE, who
passed away eleven years ago today, March
7, 1933.
Till memory fades and life departs
You will live forever In our hearts.
Martin A. Eisele Dies;
Arkansas GOP Leader
By the As*ocl*t*rt Presi.
HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Mar. 7.—
Martin A. Eisele, 90, an Arkansas
delegate to the Republican National
Conventions since 1888. and who
cast the first vote for the nomina
tion of Wendell Willkie at the 1940
convention, died last night after a
three-wedk illness.
A native if Miltonville, Ohio, Mr.
Eisele came here in 1877 and en
tered the drug business. He had
been a leader in civic, business and
fraternal affairs in Hot Springs and
Arkansas since he established resi
dence in the State. He was super
intendent of the Hot Springs Na
tional Park from 1900 to 1908 and
was the only surviving member of
the city’s Business Men's League,
predecessor to the Chamber of
Commerce here.
R. B. Carroll, Retired
D. C. Policeman, Dies
Raymond B. Carroll, 51, retired
Metropolitan police sergeant and
World War veteran, died suddenly
yesterday at his home at 3853
Beecher street N.W. Three times
commended for his work in break
ing up gangs of housebreakers, Mr.
Carroll had served with the Police
Department for 17 years.
A native of New York City, Mr.
Carroll joined the police force in
1919, after serving as a sergeant in
the cavalry in France. He was re
tired in February, 1936, as a result
of an injury received while arrest
ing nine men involved in gambling
in the District.
Prior to his retirement he served
as patrol sergeant at No. 10 pre
cinct. He was commended in 1934
for the capture of two men who
went around the city breaking auto
mobile windows. As a precinct de
tective he aided in rounding up a
gang of dope addicts and in the
capture of a notorious thief who
left a trail of burned matches after
each job.
Mr. Carroll is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Margaret Donaldson
Carroll; two sons, James and John
Carroll, both in the Navy, and a
daughter, Mrs. Alice Estada-Palma
of Washington.
Funeral services will be held at
9:30 am. Thursday at the Holy
Trinity Church, 3514 O street N.W.
Burial will be in Arlington Ceme
[Vasili Thalis, 57, Dies;
Barber Supply Firm Head
Vasili Thalis. 57. for 15 years1
proprietor of the American Beauty
and Barber Supply Co., and well
known in Greek circles here, died
at Garfield Hos
pital Sunday
after a long ill
ness. Mr, Thalis
lived at 733
Seventh street
Funeral serv
ices will be held
at 2 pun. tomor
row at St.
Sophia's Greek
Church, with the
Rey. Emilianos
Lalousis officiat
Mr. Thalis was Mr- Ttali*.
born in Epiros Netzovan, Greece,
and came to this country 33 years
ago. He first was engaged in hotel
service and in 1929 established the
beauty supply business, which he
headed until his death.
A mason, he was a member of the
Good Hope Lodge, and of St.
Sophia's Church.
Mr. Thalis is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Josephine Thalis; three
sons, Pasquale, Theodore and Pvt.
Paul Thalis, and two daughters.
Helen and Catherine of Washington.
A cousin, Alex Karakas, lives in this
country. All his other relatives have
fled from Greece to Egypt.

Mrs. Frances Clevenger
Will Be Buried Today
Funeral services for Mrs. Frances
E. Clevenger, 53, secretary in the
office of Senator Johnson, Democrat,
of Colorado, who died last Wednes
day at Georgetown University Hos
pital, will be held at 2:30 p.m. today
from the chapel at Chambers’
Georgetown funeral home. Burial
will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
A native of Pueblo, Colo., Mrs.
Clevenger had been a resident of
the District. She previously had
taught school for 20 years in Pueblo.
She resided at 3701 Sixteenth street
Mrs. Clevenger is survived by a
sister, Mrs. Slater Wilson, Flamingo,
N. Mex.; a brother, Harry Schultz,
Pueblo, and a half sister, Mrs.
Charles Sell, Canyon City, Colo.
Funeral for W. G. House
To Be Held Tomorrow
Funeral services for Walter O.
House, 65, native of Washington,
who died Sunday at Providence
Hospital after a short illness, will be
held at 11 am. tomorrow at the
Deal funeral home. 4612 Georgia
avenue N.W. Burial will be in
Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Mr. House, a sheet metal worker,
lived at 431 Thirteenth street N.E.
He was a member of the National
Lodge of Masons and the Order of
the Eastern Star.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs.
Cora E. House, and a daughter, Mrs.
Thelma L. Geracl.
Comdr. Spencer's Ex-Wife
Dead in Los Angeles
By the Associated Press.
LOS ANGELES, Mar. 7.—Mrs.
Norma R. Johnson Spencer. 53, for
mer wife of Comdr. Earl Winfield
Spencer, first husband of the
Duchess of Windsor, died yesterday
of apoplexy suffered Sunday night.
She married Comdr. Spencer in
1937 shortly after the abdicated King
Edward was wed to Wallis Warfield
Spencer Simpson. Mrs. Spencer
divorced her husband three yeari
later on a cruelty charge.
Call Chambers I
One of tho
Largest Undertakers
In the World
Colombia 0432
to Equitable Policyholders Increased

The continuing progress made by The
Equitable Society has made it possible
to extend additional advantages and services
to our policyholders.
Among these is an increase in the divi
dends to be paid to policyholders in 1944,
applying to most types of individual policies.
This action reflects the favorable trend of
mortality experience in recent years and the
continued financial progress of the Society.
During the past several years, the Society
has been substantially strengthening surplus
and reserves. This has now progressed to the
point where it is felt that an increased dis
tribution of dividends for 1944 can prudently
be made.
A total of $33,000,000 has been appor
tioned for distribution this year as dividends
on individual policies. This compares with
$29,020,000 returned to policyholders in 1943.
Including group insurance, the total amount
set aside for dividends on December 31,1943
is $41,400,000, compared with $36,802,000
on December 31, 1942.
* * *
Every DAY OF THE YEAR, an average of
$587,000 in benefits was paid by the Society
to Equitable families—a total of $214,388,
000 in 1943. This included payments of $1,
552,000 to the families of 547 members of
our Armed Forces who died in service while
protected by individual Equitable policies.
As a service to the nation, The Equitable
has developed, through its group insurance
facilities, a program of world-wide life in
k *
surance protection for civilian employees of
the United States Government serving over
seas. This gives the American serving his
country as a civilian, protection comparable
to that provided for members of the Armed
Forces under National Service Life Insurance.

* • *
USING A PART of their current earnings to set
up permanent protection for the future, thou
sands of far-sighted families throughout the
nation created a total of $294,544,000 of new
Equitable protection last year under individ
ual policies. Equitable group life insurance
increased $352,548,000 last year. In all,
3,050,000 persons now own $8,445,578,000
of Equitable life insurance—a record high.
* * *
DURING 1943, the Society’s assets crossed the
three billion dollar mark. The Society pur
chased $458,850,000 of U. S. Government
securities last year, and at the end of 1943
owned $981,351,000 of such securities.
Today, Equitable funds are thus helping to
speed victory through investments in the securi
ties of the Government and American indus
tries. And when the war is won, Equitable
funds, directed into sound and diversified busi
ness enterprises throughout the country, will
help industry provide jobs for our returning
soldiers and for workers now making war
DECEMBER Sl« 1943 A Mutual Company Incorporated lender the Laiee of JWeie York State
Cash.8 103.842,520
Bonds (including 86.097.35 4 on deposit
with public authorities)
I nited States Government Bonds. 981.351.265
Other Bonds. 1,385,643,071
Preferred and Guaranteed Stocks. 41,92 4,906
Common Stocks. 811.895
Mortgage Loans. 404,197,897
Real Estate. 69,678,852
Loans on Society's Policies. 147,618,030
Interest and Rentals Due and Accrued. 28,27 4.672
Premiums Receivable and Other Assets. . . . 26.311,277
Total Admitted Assets.83,189,654,385
Reserve* for Policy and Contract Liabilities..$2,929.906,938
Policyholders’ Prepaid Premiums. 31,534,914
Reserve for Taxes. 8,259,000
Miscellaneous Liabilities. 7,752,904
1944 Dividend Apportionment. 41.400,873
Reserve for Unrealized Appreciation in
4 alue of IVon-Amortizable Bonds and Stocks 13,196,504
(Excess of market or amortised value, whichever is
lower, over ledger value)
Total Reserves and Other Liabilities.$3,032,071,133
Unassigned Funds (Surplus). 153,641,252
Other Contingency Reserves. 3,942.000
Total Reserves,Other Liabilitiesand Surplus $3,189,654,385
In accordance uith requirement* of law, all bond* subject to amortization are stated at their amortized
value. all other bond* and stock* are valued at the market quotations furnished by the National Assn*
nation of Insurance < ommissioner* or at amortized value (in the case of bonds), whichever is lower.
TUF 17 m TIT1 A DT 17 L1FE assurance society of
1 n Lj Ul LJ\mj LjUj the united states
F. G. HOLDERMAN, JR., Agency Manager, Room 926, Woodward Building, Washington, D. C.
At home with the family of Richard R, Mann,
Equitable policyholder of Columbus, Ohio
The future is bright
for Dick Mann's family
Some time after the war in won, Dick and Ber
nadine Mann plan to build the house thev’ve
dreamed about ever since they were married.
Bernadine is eager for a modern kitchen.
Dick wants a furnace he doesn't have to
stoke. Seven-year-old Anita’s desire is a big
yard so she can have a dog, and five-year-old
Shirley asks for "a swing that hangs from a
tree.” Richard Jr., age one, is too young to
express an opinion, but he'll want plenty of
room to romp in.
• * *
Right now, the Manns rent a house, in Co
lumbus, Ohio. Dick is a war worker at the
Capitol Manufacturing and Supply Co.
The Equitable insurance he owns is play
ing an important part in his plan for living.
Dick himself was one of ele-ven children, and
as he says, "We had pletaty of hard times.
When I started working, I made up my mind
that, as far as possible, I'd see there were no
rainy days for my family. Every family is
entitled to security, and life insurance is the
best way I know to get it.”
The Manns look forward, some day, to
"taking it easy.” His wife says, "Dick and I
were surprised to find how much retirement
income for our older years, as well as pro
tection now, we were able to arrange when
we sat down with our Equitable agent and
worked out a program combining our Social
Security benefits, Dick’s group insurance and
his individual Equitable policies.”
• • *
At the moment, little Anita says she is going
to be a trained nurse when she grows up.
One thing the Manns know is that whatever
careers the children choose, there will be
money available for their training.
"I never went to college, and neither did
Bernadine, but you can bet our children are
going to have the chance we missed,’*
Dick says. "That's one important part of my
Equitable program—an education fund for
each of the youngsters. To us that's the
American way—knowing your children will
have a better opportunity than you had.”
* a *
In the erening, when the baby has been pul
to bed, the Manns like to talk about their
plans for the future. That new home they
will build, "just a nice bus ride from Colum
bus”—the advantages they plan for their
children—their own hopes for leisure some
Like so many other American families,
these are the things the Manns are building
toward, saving for, planning on.
YOU WILL ENJOY milint the storv of Dick
Mann's family in “YOUR POLICY”—The Equi
table's illustrated annual report. This booklet also
contains much practical information, with actual
family programs worked out. Ask any Equitable
agent for a copy, or write to the Home Office, 393
Seventh Avenue, New York 1, New York.

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