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ANDERSON. MARY. On Monday. April
P 1945. at 6:30 p m., at her residence. 21
K st. n.e.. MARY ANDERSON, beloved
mother of Bertiam Anderson, sister of
Lucy Smith and Joseph Parr, devoted
mother-in-law of Margaret Anderson. She
also leaves four grandchildren, a number
of nieces and nephews and other relatives
and friends. Notice of funeral later Ar
rangements by W. Ernest Jarvis Co.
ATWOOD. BISHOP JULIUS W. On Tues
day. April 10, 11*45. at Garfield Hospital.
Bishop JULIUS W ATWOOD He is sur
vived by his daughter. Mrs. Stephen B
Ives of Arlington. Va. Services at St.
John’s Church. 16th and H sts. n.w . on
Friday. April 13. at 3 p.m. Interment in
Trinity Cathedral. Phoenix. Am Ar
rangements by Joseph F. Birch’s Sons. 12
BOLGER. MICHAEL E. On Saturday,
April ?. J 915. at his residence. 745 13th
st. s.e. MICHAEL F. BOLGER. beloved
husband of Cora V. Bolger t*nd father of
Marguerite Fuller and James E. Bolder.
Funeral from the above address on Wednes
day April 11. at 8:30 a m Requiem mass
at St Peter's Church at 0 a m. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. 10
BONHAM. ROBERT L. On Sunday.
April 8. 1945. ROBERT L. BONHAM of
3515 Holmead place n.w.. beloved husband
of Ethel F. Bonham and father of Robert
Lee Bonham, jr . U S. N . and brother of
Mrs. William Danner. Services at t/ic
S. H. Hines Co funeral home. 2901 14th
M r..w. on Wednesday. April 11. at 2
p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 11
BOWLES. HARRIETT. On Monday.
April 9. J945. at Freeamen s Hospital.
HARRIETT BOWLES, devoted wile of
Fred Bowles. She also is suivlved by a
mother. Elizabeth Tinsley: a sister. Han
nah T. Hughes: a brother, Samuel H.
Tinsley, and other relatives and friends.
Friends may call after 4 p.m. Thursday.
April 12. at the Allen & Morrow. Inc.,
luneral home. 1326 V st. n.w.. where fu
neral services will be held Friday, April
13, at 11 a m.. Rev J C. Beckett officiat
ing. Interment Leesburc- Va. 12
BRANNON, DR. GRIFFITH C. On Sun
da v. Apiil 8, 1945. at his residence. 2404
West Cumberland st.. Philadelphia. Pa..
Dr GRIFFITH C. BRANNON, beloved
husband of Mrs Marguerite Younger
Brannon. Funeral Thursday April 12.
from the St. Augustine Episcopal Church.
Philadelphia, Pa. Interment in Louis
ville. Ky 1 1
BUCHANAN. MATTIE. On Tuesday.
April 10. 194 5. MATTIE BUCHANAN Re
mains resting at Frazier,' luneral home.
389 R I avc. n u Notice of funeral later.
CARTER. GEORGE H. Departed ibis
life on Saturday. April - ■ j‘lc
Alexandria Hospital, after a brief i.Hn«rs*.
GEORGE H. CARTER, beloved husband of
Matilda Lucas Carter He leaves to mouin
his departure a devoted v»fc daughter,
son. six grandchildren, a host of other
relatives and friends. Alter \ pm 4 ucs
dav. April in. remains may be viewed at
♦ he Elks’ Home 213 N Henry s: . where
funeral services will be held on Wednes
day April 11. at 2 o'clock.
CLARKE. MARY R. On Tuesday April
jo. 1945. at her residence. 2224 S si s.e
MARY R CLARKE <nee Padgett), beloved
wife of Dennis Clarke and mother of Mrs.
Aoa Parker. Miss Ellen D . Miss Ruth R
John R Norman S . Morris H . Allred
D. Leonard J Paul H ana Loren V.
Clarke Funeral from the above resi
dence on Thursday, April 12 at Id!"
a m Services at Emanuel Episcopal
Church, l.'lth and V sis. s.e.. at 11 am.!
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery 11
COHRON DR. JOHN I.. On Friday^
April t>. ll‘4o. Dr JOHN L. COHRON of
2207 Flagler ft. n tv., father of Sara Jane
Cohron Ray and Mary A, Ford grand
father of Sara Jane Cohron Ray and John
C Ray: brother of Tobias and James Edgar
Cohron and father-in-law of Solomon C
Ford Also surviving are other relatives
and manv friends. Alter 12 neon Tuesday
friends may cal! at the McGuire funeral
home. 1820 !Uh st n.w. Funeral from
Shiloh Baptist Church. Oth and P sts.
n.w. on Wednesday. April 11. at 1 p.m
Interment Harmony Cemetery. Id
(HAMPTON. JOHN " un
Monday April 9. 1945. at his resiaence.
4"3b K st. n.w.. JOHN W 'BUD' CRAMP
TON. the beloved husband ol Cora Penny
field Cramptor and lather of eight daugh
ters and five sons. Services at Chambers
Georgetown funeral home. 3! st and M sts.
n w\. on Thursday. April 12. at in a m
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 'Hagerstown. Md .,
papers please copy.) 11
HE ATLEY. LA MOTT. On Monday
April 9. 1945. at his residence. 12. 13th
st n.e . LA MOTT DE ATLEY. beloved hus
band of Elizabeth Messer De Atley Frienus
mav call at the Lee funeral home. 4th st.
and Mass, ave n.e., where services will be
held on Wednesday. April 11- at 2 P rn
interment Concessional Cemetery in
DICKEY. CERIL. On Thursday. April
IS 1945. at St Petersburg. Fla.. C LKIL
DICKEY aged 37. formerly of Gaithers
burg. Md.. wife of Granville E Dickey,
daughter of Mrs. Florence Cousins, niece
of Albert Lancaster. St Petersburg. Fla
Services and interment St. Petersburg.
Fla on Monday. April 9.
DOUGLAS. FANNIE. Departed this life
on Friday. April t>. 1945. at her residence.
4J*’ 1st st. n.w.. FANNIE nn!T;y>. the
devoted wife of the late Frank^Jouslas
and loving sister of Mrs. Ambler Oatner
Othei relatives and friends also mourn
her departure. Remains may be viewed
at the John T. Rhines & Co. funeral home
3rd and Eye sts. s.w.. after 5 p m Tues
dav, April 10. Funetal Wednesday. April
11, at 130 p.m., from the above funeral
home. Rev R M. Williams officiating In
terment Payne s Cemetery. H)
ENNIS, MARY. On Sunday. April 9.
1945. at her residence. 122b Duncan st.
n e . MARY ENNIS, the devoted wife of
Peter Ennis. She also leaves to mourn
their loss three daughters and four grand
children Funeral f'om Sr Cyprian’s
Church on Thursday April 12. at 9 a.m.
where a mass will be said for the repose
of her soul Remains ran be viewed
Wednesday, after 4 o'clock, at her late
residence. Relatives and friends invited
to attend Interment Mount Olivet Cem
etery. Arrangements by W. Earl Better
1203 Walter st. s.e.
EVERSON CHARLOTTE. On Monday
April 1945. after a lore illness CHAR
LOTTE EVERSON cf 522b Elaine st. n.e
Surviving are one son. Elmer Everson,
eleven grandchildren and other relatives
and friends. Remains resting at Walter
E. Hunters funeral home 2452 Nichols
ave s.e.. where funeral services will b*
held Wednesday. April 11 at 1 p.m . Rev
C. H. Hickerson officiating Relatives ana
friends are invited. Interment in Wood
lawn Cemetery.
FETTERS. JESSIE C. On Monday. April i
P. 1945 JESSIE C FETTERS ol 3529
]bth st. n.w . beloved wife of Coni Fetters
She also is survived by her mother Mrs.
Laura R Tonnei and Edson L. Johnston
and a brother. William F Crammer.
Services at the S H Hines Co funeral
home. 29b 1 14th st. n.w . on Thursday
April 12. at 9:39 a.m.. thence to Sacred
Heart Church, lbth st. and Park rd n.w .
where mass will be offered at 1* a m. In
terment Cedar Hill Cemetery 11 ;
FLIPPING. KEFFIER. On Saturday.
April 7. 1945. at his residence. 1314
Franklin st n.e. KEFFIER FLIPPING
beloved husband of Jeanette M. Flipping,
devoted brother ol Creadora Thomas. La
concia Spinner and Wyoming Packe Aft r
4 2 noon Tuesday. April 10. friend.'- may
call at his late residence Funeral serv
ices Wednesday April 11 at 2. p.m at
Frazier s funeral home. 399 R I. ave n.w
Rev. A. F. Elmcs, officiating. Relatives
®nd friends invited. 10
GANT, NELLIE WEST. On Monday.
April 9, 1945. at Freedmen s Hospital.
NELLIE WEST GANT, beloved wife of i
John Gant and mother of Doris. George. |
Julia Bessie. Elizabeth. Elsie. Shirley.)
Jacqueline. Yvonne. John, jr . Jimmy and
Jeanette Gant She also leaves other rel
atives and friends Notice of funeral
later. Arrangements by W. Ernest Jar
vis Co
GORDON. GFGFGE M. On Sunday
April 9. 1945. at his residence. 1212 C
*t. n.e GEORGE M. GORDON, brother of
the late Edward .1. Gordon Friends may;
call a* the Lee funeral home. 4th st. and
MaS£. ave. n w.. until Wednesday. April
11. at 9:30 a m thence to Holy Com
forter Catholic Church. J4fh and E Cao
irol sts . where requiem mass will be of
fered at 9 a rn. for the repose of his soul
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
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Neither successor to nor connected wit!
the original W K Snear# pstabllshment
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Crematorium
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Funeral Rome
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Subasic Coming to U. S.
MOSCOW, April 10 </P).—Stanoe
Simich. Yugoslav Ambassador to the
Soviet Union, who is expected to
become his country’s Ambassador to
the United Stated, will leave Mos
cow soon with Foreign Minister
Ivan Subasic for San Francisco, to
attend the World Security Confer
ence.
Brallta
HEWLETT. PALMER A. On Sunday.
April s. 1945. at Doctors Hospital. PALMER
A. HEWLETT of 2709 :51st st. n.w.. hus
1 band of Hazel Fenton Hewlett and father
iof Capt. Palmer Adams Hewlitt. jr.: grand
father of Palmer Adams Hewlett. III.
Friends may call at his late residence,
where services will be held on Wednes
day. April 11. at 5 p.m. Interment
Bath. N V.
HOGAN. NICHOLAS BERNARD. On
Sunday. April K. 1945. at his residence.
101.2 N Fillmore st . Arlington. Va..
NICHOLAS BERNARD HOGAN, beloved
husband of Martha Stoncburner Hogan
and father of Mrs. Annie Sullivan and
Thomas Hogan. He also is survived by a
sister. Mrs. Annie Ho^an and five grand
children. Remains resting at the I\es fu
neral home. 2**4 7 W ilson blvri . Arling
ton. Va . until Wednesday. April 11 at 9
am.: thence to St Charles’ Catholic
Church, where mass will be said at 9::io
a m. for the repose of his soul Interment
St Mary's Cemetery. Alexandria. Va.
HOLMES. ROXF.Y L. Departed this life
on Sunda>. April h. 1945. after a lingering
illness. ROXEY L HOLMES of O.’IO 5.‘Jrd
st. n.e.. wife of the late Charles Holmes.
She leaves to mourn their loss three
daughters. Mrs. Harleana H. Span. Mrs.
Mary Jane Reed and Miss Juanita H. Rich
ardson nine grandchildren, thirteen great
grandchildren. two great-great-grandchil
dren and a host of other relatives and
friends. Remains may be viewed at Henry
S. 'i’ashineion & Sons’ funeral home. 4925
Deane ave. n.e.. from 2 p.m. Thursday.
Apnl 12. to 4 p.m. Friday. April J.'L Fu
neral services and interment Bishopville.
S. C.
JACKSON. LCCII.LE. On Monday April
9. 1945. LUCILLE JACKSON of IS 19
Vernon st. n.w wife of Walter Jackson,
sr . mother of Walter Jackson, jr ; daugh
ter of Henry and Josephine Washington
and sisirr of Pearl Howell Cora Smith.
Clr.rles 1 and I c S P. James E: Wash
ington. Notice of funeral latei. Arrange
ment by M ilvan A Si hey.
JACKSON. MARY F. On Tuesday. April
1<» 1945. at 12- IS am at her residence,
27 11 I 1th st. n.w. MARY F. JACKSON,
beloved wife of William F. Jackson. She
also leaves two sisters, one brother, other
relatives and friends Notice of funeral
latei Arrangements by W. Ernest Jar
vis Co
JONES. IOI.A M. On Monday. April 9.
1945. IOL.A JONES Remains resting at
Frazier’s funeral heme UK9 R. I ave
n w Notice of funeral later.
KLINE. CHARLES EDWIN. On Tuesday
Apnl 10. 1945. at his residence. 4 Si > I
7th st. n.w. CHARLES EDWIN KLINE,
beloved son of James N sr.. and Carrie
A Kline, brother of James N . jr.. Sergt.
Thomas H Kline. U S. A., and Mrs Ad»le
R. Medici Funeral from Collins’ funeral
home. 1 l tth st. n.w.. on Thursday.
April 12, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends
invited Interment Rock Creek Cemetery.
1 1
KMET. LOCIS. On Monday. April 9.
1945. at his residence. 1 7 52 Columbia
ro. n.w.. LOUIS KMET. beloved husband
of Margaret J Km.’t. Remains resting
ar tile S H. Hines C’o funeral home. 2901
14th st. n.w Notice of funeral later.
MAC SHERRY. ANNA M. II. On Sun
day. April s. 1945. ANNA M. H. MAC
SHERRY. beloved wife of the late Clinton
W. Macsherry. formerly of Baltimore Md.
Funeral services at the Bethesda-Chevy
Chase funeral horrif of Wm. Reuben Pum
phrey on Wednesday, April 11. at 2 P ni
Interment private. (Baltimore, papers
please copy )
MAGNER. JOSEPH. On Saturday April
7. 1045, at Garfield Memorial Hospital.
JOSEPH MAGNER. beloved son of Annie
Magner. lather of Helen and Warren Man
ner and brother of Harvey and Benjamin
Magner and Mary Griffith Services at
the Takoma funeral home. 254 Carroll
st.. Takoma Park. D. C. on Wednesday.
April 11 at 1 *• am. Relatives and friends
are invited. Interment Fairfax County. Va
MASON, MARY L. On Tuesday. April
in 1045. at United States Naval Hos
pital Bethesda. Md.. MARY L • MASON
mother of Mrs. Joseph R Kennedy of'
West Hartford Conn.. Mrs. Roger D
Longnccker of Hampstead. N. Y.. and Capt.'
Robert E. Mason, U S. N ot Washing
ton. D. C. Services and interment at New
Haven. Conn.
.McCONNELL. JAY A. On Tuesday. April
10. 1045. nt Homeopathic Hospital JAY
A M< CONNELL of 33* Rittenhouse st
n w husband of the late Millicent M
McConnell and father of Mrs. Rhea M.
McIntyre Dr. Ralph P McConnell of -
Washington. D C . and Curtis H McCon-j
nell of Punta Gore,a. Ela Services at the
S. F Hines Co funeral home 2901 14th!
st. n w on Thursday. April 12. at 1 pm i
Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 11
PAGE. MARY F. On Sunday. April S.
1945. at her residence 337 Oakdale st.
n.w . MARY E PAGE aunt of Mrs. Emily
P. Mann. Other relatives and friends also
survive.. Friends may call at the Mahan
A: Schcv funeral home. N J ave and R
•=t. n.w., where services will be held on
Wednesday April 11. at 1 pm. Rev John
Childs officiating. Interment Woodlawn
Cemetery •
P \RHAM ANNA HOOI). On Sunday
April S. 1045. at her home, near Oxford.
N. C ANNA HOCD PARHAM, beloved wife
of James L Parham ana mother of Dr
Albert Hood Parham Svlvama Parham
Lloyd. Rachel Parham Garland Kathryn
Parham Newome. Emma F Parham and
James L. Parham, jr.; sister of Mrs. R
P Bayly and Robert Horace Hood. In
terment Henderson. N. C (Virginia and
North Carolina papers please copy.) 11*
POC OC K. THOMAS S . SR. On Sunday.
April s i 945. THOMAS S. POCOCK. Sr.,
beloved husband of Mary Pococic and fa
ther of Thomas S Porock jr . and brother
of Mr. Nellie Culbertson. Friends may
call at the Lee funeral home 4th st and
Mass, ave n.e. where services will be:
held on Tuesday, April 1<), at 7:30 pm.
Interment private. In
RAsml SSEN. CHRISTIAN F. On Mon
day. April !». 1045. at Suburban Hospital.:
CHRISTIAN F RASMUSSEN, beloved hus
oand of the late Minnie K Rasmussen of
Bremerton. Wash . and father of Mrs
Catherine Rasmussen Gardner of 171 J
North Chelsea lane. Rethesda. Md Fu
neial services at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase!
funeral home of Win. Reuben Pumphrey\
on Wednesday. Anril J1. st 11 am. In-1
terment private.
RODMAN. MARY V. Suddenly, on
Monday. April 0, 1045. at Emergency
Hospital. MARY V RODMAN beloved wife
of George W. Rodman oi 5<»n 3rd st. n w
and mother of Mrs John Kennel. l»>3o C
3. n.e Remains resting at the Bethesda
Chevy Chase funeral home of Wm. Reuben
Pumphrey. Notice of funeral later.
SMITH. WILLIAM SLATER. On Satur
day April 7. 10.15, at Glenn Dale Sana
torium. WILLIAM SLATER SMITH of 4434
A st. s.e . brother of Rmhie Mae Belton.
Mary Lee Cruduo. Cornelius. Catherine.
Thedore. Tyron and Milton Smith. He
aiso leaves a grandmother, one aunt and
many other relatives and friends. Re
mains restin2 at Henry S. Washington A
Sons’ funeral home. 4*>7 N st. n.w . after 2
pm. Tuesday. April in. Services will be
held Wednesday. April 11. at 1 p m. Rel
atives and friends invited Interment
Pavne’s Cemetery
STUBBS. ROBERT HENRY. On Sat
urday. April 7. 1045. at Johns Hopkins
Hospital. Baltimore. Md.. ROBERT HENRY
STUBBS, beloved son of Louis J. and Kath
erine Stubbs and brother of Dolly and Lt
Lb c i Lewis Glenn Stubbs. U. S. Maritime
Service Friends ma.v call at the re.si-1
denee. 1105 20th st. S.. Arlington. Va
Services at the Capitol Memorial Church
5th and F sts. nw . on Wednesday. April:
11. at 3 p.m Relatives and friends are,
invited. Interment National Memorial
Fark. Falls Church. Va Arrangements by
Takoma funeral home. 10
• ATE. MARY E. On Sunday. Anril 8.
1045 a; F rrrdmen’s Hospital. MARY E.
TATE, br loved sister of Mrs Lucille L
Harvey. She ai o leaves five pieces three!
nephews and other relatives and friends.
Friends may call at ?hr W. Ernest Jarvis;
funeral home. 1432 You st. n.w.. after 3|
P.m. Tucsiay. April jn. Funeral Wednes
day. Anril 11. at 1:3<l p.m. from the
Mount Carmel Baptist Church. 3rd and Eyr
sts. n w.. Rev W. H. Jernagin officiating.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
TATE. MARY E Queen Victoria House
hold of Ruth announces the death of In
mate MARY E TATE. Funeral Wednes
day, April 11. 1015. at Mount Carmel I
Eaptis* Church at 1 p.m. Inmates please
attend.
INMATE LOUISE WILLIAMS. M. N. G I
P. W CURTIS, W. R.
TAYLOR. ELLA F. On Monday. April 0,
1045. at her residence. 4400 Douglas st.
n.e . ELLA F. TAYLOR, mother of Mary.
Dublin. Elise Txiomas. Dollie Watkins and
Bertha Wade. She also leaves four grand
daughters. three grandsons and many
friends. The late Mrs. Taylor may be
viewed at Stewart's funeral home. 30 H st.
n.e . after 5 p in. Tuesday. Funeral Wed
nesday. April 11. from Randall Memorial
Church. Sheriff rd. and Browning pi. n.e..
at 1 p in. Interment Payne’s Cemetery 10
TAYIOR. LOUISE. On Sundav. April
8. 1045. at her residence. 421 70th st..
Seat Pleasant. Ml. LOUISE TAYLOR,
beloved wife of Lester E. Taylor. Funeral
from the above residence on Wednesday.
April 11. at 2:30 p.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Addison Chapel
Cemetery. Seat Pleasant. Md. 10
WHITE. ROBERT L. Departed this life
on Sunday. April 8. 1045, ROBERT L.
WHITE, the loving son of James and Mary
White. He also is survived by one brother.
Clarence White; three sisters. Mary E..
Ethel May and Christine White A host
of other relatives and friends also survive.
Remains resting at the John T. Rhines
Co. funeral home. 3rd and Eye sts s.w.,
where funeral services will be held on
Wednesday. April 11. at 11 a.m.. Rev.
Prince officiating. Interment Payne’s Cem
etery.
WILLIAMS. ESSIE. On Sunday. April
8. 1045. at her residence. 211 Mass. ave.
n.w.. ESSIE WrILLIAJdS. wife of Haston
Williams. She also is survived by two
sisters, one brother, other relatives and
friends. After 5 p.m. Wednesday friends
may call at her late residence. Funeral
from Southern Eaptist Church Thursday.
April 12. at 1 :3<> p m.. Rev. S. M. Moss
officiating. Interment Woodlawn Cem
etery. Arrangements by Malvan & Schey. •
WILLIS. JAMES HENRY. Suddenly, on
Mondav. April 0. 1045. JAMES HENRY
WILLIS, beloved husband of Mary Willis.
Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by
W Ernest Jarvis Co.
ZANELOTTI. ANTONIO. On Monday.
Anril o, 1045. at Casualty Hospital. AN
TONIO ZANELOTTI. beloved husband of
Maria Zanelotti of Washington. D. C.. and
father of Louis Zanelotti. Remains resting
at Chambers' funeral home. 1400 Chapin
st. n.w.. until Thursday. April 12. at 8:30
a m. High requiem mass at St. Gabriel’s
Church. Grant Circle n.w., at 9 a m. In
terment St. Mary's Cemetery. 11 i
Dr. Stephanus Gie,
South African Envoy,
Dies Suddenly Here
Dr. Stephanus Francois Naudi Gie,
60, Minister of South Africa to the
i United States, died suddenly at the
j Legation late yesterday following a
[cerebral hemor
1 rhage. Funeral
I plans had not
'•been completed
! early today.
The Minister,
who came to
Wash ington a
little more than
a year ago, was
stricken sud
denly while
working in his
chancery. Only
a few hours
earlier he had
attended a
meeting at the Dr. cir.
State Department of a committee
of jurists who are preparing a draft
of a new world court protocol for
submission to the San Francisco
Conierence, to which Dr. Gie had
been named as a delegate.
Dr. Gie's physician. Dr. Fred
Geier, was called immediately, but
the envoy died within an hour after
suffering the attack. Mrs. Gie and
several. members of the Legation
staff were with the Minister when
he expired.
Dr. Gie was appointed South Af
rican Minister to tne United States
in Apiil last year, following the re
tirement of Ralph W. Close During
his brief service here Dr. Gie had
been extiemely active in interna
tional affairs, having represented
his government at the meeting of
the United Nations Relief and Re
habilitation Administration in Mont
real last fall, at the Bretton Woods
Monetary Conference and at the
International Civil Aviation Confer
ence in Chicago. At the time of
his death he was prepaiing to at
tend the United Nations Security
Conference.
Noted Educator.
Born in 1884 in Worcester, Cape
Province, South Africa, the Min
ister was educated at the University
of Stellenbosch, in South Africa,
and at the University of Berlin,
where he took a Ph. D., specializing
in history.
Before entering his country's dip
lomatic service. Dr. Gie had a long
and distinguished career as an edu
cator. He was a professor in and
later rector of the University of
Stellenbosch.
In 1926 he was appointed as sec
retary of the Union government's
education department. He was a
member of the Utrecht Historical
Society and of the South African
Academy on Arts and Sciences and
also wrote several books on South
African history.
War Minister to Berlin.
In 1934 Dr Gie became his coun
try's minister to Berlin and Stock
holm. making his residence in Ger
many until the outbreak of war and
later in Sweden. During this period
In HJrmflriam
BRYAN. EMMETT S. In loving mem
ory of our son and brother. EMMETT 8
BRYAN, who passed away suddenly three
years ago. Apnl 10, 194‘2.
Your gentle ways we can ne\er forget.
As long as we live we shall not regret:
To pray for you is all our joy.
To love you. our only boy
MOTHER AND FATHER. SARAH AND
SAMUEL BRYAN. AND SISTER. CAR
MEL.
EVANS, WILLIAM H . SR In sacred
memory to our beloved husband and fa
ther WILLIAM H EVANS. Sr . who left us
twenty years ago today April 10. 19125.
Not dead to those who loved him.
MRS MAGGIE E EVANS AND CHILDREN
Rest f-oir all possible sighing and tears.
Rest through God's endless, wonderful
DEVOTED DAUGHTER. MRS GERTYE L.
GREEN
FOOTE. ERNEST J. In loving memory
of our husband, son brother and uncle.
ERNEST J. FOOTE who died three years
ago today. April 10. 11*4:2.
God knows how much we miss him.
He courts the tears we shed
And whispers. Hush he only *leeps,
Your loved or.e is not dead "
WIFE AND MOTHER. FRANCINA AND
GWENDOLYN
gray. JAMES ROBERT. To the loving
remembrarcr of our dear son. father and
brother. JAMES ROBERT GRAY, today.
April lo. 1915. Pray God. Who railed him
one year ago that his soul is peacefully
resting.
His pleasant way . nd smiling face
Are a pleasure to recall;
He had a kindly word for everv one.
And c.ied beloved by all.
HIS DEVOTED PARENTS. CHILDREN.
SISTERS AND BROTHERS.
HALL. M\RIF DAVIS. A tribute to the
memory of our grraiclmothrr. MARIE
DAVIS HALL, who died April lo. 1941.
The month of April again is here,
To us the saddest of the year.
Because four years ago today
Our beloved grandmother passed away.
LLOYD PARKER AND RUBY MARCEL
LINE PARKER.
HOOVER. MERRILL WALTER. In lov
ing memory of my devoted son.
MERRILL WALTER HOOVER, who
died at sea in the service of his
country, two years ago today,
April 10. 1943.
I never knew. son. when you left home
You never would return:
The shock was hard, the pain severe.
I never thought your death was near.
I often sit and think of you.
No eyes can see me weep.
But deep within my aching heart
Your smiling face I see.
With only one last hope I have.
And this I know is true.
You can never come to me.
But I can come to you.
HIS DEVOTED MOTHER.
HUO\hK. 1*1 r. K KIL L, WALltK. 10 ^ne
everlasting memory of my dear
brother. MERRILL WALTER HOO
i VER. who was killed in action ^n
! the line of duty and in the service
of his country on April 10, 1943.
Every clay brines back sweet memories,
Of the one I loved so dear:
God only knows how much I miss him
At the end of two lone years.
His cheery ways, his smiling face,
Are a pleasure to recall;
He had a friendly word for each
And died beloved by all.
HIS DEVOTED SISTER. ARA MAY.
HORNER. SARAH. A tribute of love to
the memory of our dear mother. SARAH
HORNER, who departed this lif“ twenty
years ago today. April 10. 1925.
HER CHILDREN. •
KENDALL, HATTIE E. In loving mem
ory of mv dear mother. HATTIE E. KEN
DALL. who departed this life eight years
ago today. April 10, 1937.
A dear one from me is gone.
A voice I loved is stilled:
A place is vacant in mv heart
Which never can be flUed .
HER LOVING SON, ROBERT. •
MILES, MARY E. In sad but loving
memory of my devoted wife and our moth
er. MARY E MILES, who departed this
life four years ago today, April 10. 1941.
You are not forgotten, loved one.
Nor will you ever be:
As long as life and memory last
We will remember thee.
HER DEVOTED HUSBAND. JAMES W.
MILES. AND CHILDREN. •
ROBINSON. LUCINDA. Sacred to the
memory of our dear mother. LUCINDA
ROBINSON, who left us ten years ago to
day. April 10. 3 935.
You are not forgotten, dear mother,
Nor will you ever be:
As long as life and memory last
We will remember thee.
HER CHILDREN, ELEANOR. GEORGE E.,
BERTHA AND MAGGIE. •
STEWART. CORA. In loving remem
brance of our dear mother and grand
mother. CORA STEWART, who departed
this life two years ago today. April 10,
1943.
Two years have passed away.
Another sun has set.
And still we love and long for you.
How can we ever forget9
DEVOTED DAUGHTER AND GRAND
DAUGHTER. •
THOMPSON. JAMES A. In loving mem
ory of our dear husband and brother.
JAMES A. THOMPSON, w’ho departed this
life two years ago today. April 10, 1943.
Two years have passed and gone
Since we were forced tc part.
But time and space cannot erase
You- memory irom our hearts.
MRS. E M. THOMPSON AND FAMILY.
YOUNG. LEWIS H. In loving memory
of our dear husband and father. LEWIS
H. YOUNG, who departed this life one
year ago today, April 10, 1945.
Peaceful be thy silent slumber.
Peaceful in the grave so low:
Thou no more wilt loin our number.
Thou no more our songs shalt know.
Ytt again we hope to meet thee
When the day of life is fled:
Then in Heaven with joy to gree thee,
Where no farewell tear is ahed.
DEVOTED WIFE AND CHILDREN. •
he was called to London several
times for consultation with Field
Marshal Jan C. Smuts.
The Minister was married in 1911
to Mrs. Gie. the former Miss
Johanna Jordaan of Cradock, South
Africa. They have two sons: Gert
Gie, a scientist now in England, and
Dr. Coenraad J. C. Gie. a lawyer
living in Pretoria, South Africa.
Palmer A. Hewlett Rites
Are Set tor Tomorrow
Funeral services for Palmer Adams
Hewlett, 52, foreign sales director
for the Consolidated Vultee Aircraft
Corp., who died Sunday at Doctors
Hospital after a brief illness, will be
held at 5 p.m. tomorrow at the resi
dence, 2709 Thirty-first street N.W.
Burial will be at Bath, N. Y.
Mr. Hewlett, a native of Bath,
began his 30-year career in the avi
ation industry with the Curtiss
Aeroplane Co. Later he joined the
Curtiss-Wright Co. He became vice
president and director of the Avia
tion Manufacturing Corp. in 1938
and later held the same position
with Vultee Aircraft, Inc., with of
fices at Downey, Calif.
In 1943 Mr. Hewlett came here as
Washington representative of Con
solidated Vultee. He was named for
eign sales director last December.
Mr. Hewlett was a member of the
Institute of Aeronautical Sciences
and the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity.
He was educated at Mercersburg
Academy. Mercersburg, Pa.: Colum
bia University and the Rochester
Business Institute.
Surviving are his widow. Mrs.
Hazel Fenton Hewlett: a son, Capt.
Palmer Adams Hewlett, jr., now in
Germany: a grandson. Palmer
Adams Hewlett III. and his par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Moore
Hewlett. Bath.
Funeral Rites Set Today
In Detroit for Ralph Hurd
Funeral services for Ralph W.
Hurd. 29, War Manpower Commis
sion official, who died Friday at
John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore,
were to be held today in Detroit.
Burial also was to be fn Detroit.
Mr. Hurd was born in Minneapolis.
Minn., and attended the University
of Michigan He came to Washing
ton from Detroit in 1940 as a classi
fication-analyst with the War De
partment and participated in the
reorganization of the Office of Chief
of Engineers when it took over the
Army construction program.
He joined the Interior Department
in 1943 to conduct an organizational
survey of the Bureau of Mines and
the following year went to WMC, in
which he was procedures control
officer at the time of his death
He was a member of the Michigan
Society. Sons of the American Revo
lution. Chevy Chase Presbyterian
Church and the Washington Chess
Divan.
Survivors include his parents, a
married sister, and a younger
brother, Allen, a paratrooper over
seas.
Marriage License
Applications
Under D. c! laws, couples must
apply for a marriage license on
one day. trait three full days and
receive their license on the fifth
day. Sundays and holidays are
counted the same as other days.
Cecil E McKinney. 31. 1725 Trinidad ave
ne and Margaret Rose Schultz. 18.
1341 East Capitol st
Dale F. Cook. 25. 7018 F st. n.w.. and
Dorothy Simpson. 21. Woodbury. N. J
Oti* Cartiedgf. If*. 810 C st n e and
Julia Knight 18. 424 11th st n e
Richard S Tennyson. 45. 4526 Warren st.
nw and Virginia Bilb. 31. 61 1« :th
st n.w
George Campbell. 23. Lurav. Va.. and
Kathryn Keniston. *1*. Oil City. Pa
Earl Venable, jr.. 28. Shreveport. La., and
Melba Ketcham 7*. Gibsfand la.
Matthew D Duncan. 34. and Sadit Ttm
berlake. 31. both of 1221* O st n w.
Mitchel Earl Gotham. 23. 1.304 R st n.w..
and Margaret Barnes. 2 1. 1718 R st. n.w.
Frederick Holmes 37. 1320 Morris rd. sc.
and Vivian Elmore. 75. 1117 7th st. ne
Robert Evans 23. Crisfield. Md and Caro
lyn Howard. 71 36<»3 Georgia ave nw
Johnny Mickers. 21. '"5 0»h st. ne . and
Elizabeth Walker. 21. Richmond.
James Robinson. 28. 300*2 Virginia avr
s.w . and Annie Boswell. 22. 225 B st
s.w
Joseph Mack, 40. 416 8th st. s.w,. and
Mary Fanroy. 27. 1010 3rd st. n.w
Herbert Tolson. 56. 1 100 3rd st. s.w . and
Mary Sewell. 56. 3<*2 Florida ave. n u
David Kromke 70. Jenkintown. Pa., and
Laura Bott. 23. Boonton. N J.
Morris Winborn. 31. Birmingham. Mich.
and Jean Ewan. 10. Hartford. Conn.
David McDowell. 27. 171.3 2nd st ne
and Eleanore Kensinger, 20. 1805 3rd
st. n.e.
Perley Covey. 26. and Dorothy Healey. 25.
both of Richmond
James Elheredge. 25. 3225 Q st n.e . and
Rether Bell Dunbar. 21. 301 Q st. n e
Benjamin Beyer, jr . 46. and Ida Nell
McKinnon. 30. both of 1000 F st. n.w
Harold Spitzer. 21. Ellenville, N. Y. and
Margaret Fitzpatrick 18. 1212 Kenil
worth ave. n.e.
Ernest Hollyfleld. jr . 23. Charleston. W
Va . and Betty Walden. 15*. 3011 Lor
com lane. Arlington
Bennie Suggs. 22. New York City. and
Norma Johnson. 18. 1104 L st. n.w.
Corinthian McClain. 24. 1733 Corcoran st.
n.w., and Laura J. Coll. 30. 1534 T st
n.w.
Stuart Blackmon. 24. and Johanna O'Neil
74. both of Richmond. Mich.
Robert D. Millholland. 26. Indianapolis
and Iris Frazier, 24, 5107 North Capi
tol st.
Arthur Jonas. 74. Berwyn. Ill . and Ruth
Halberstadt. 21. 2315 Lincoln rd n e.
Richard Thompson. 27. Los Angeles, ar.d
Cynthia Kenimer, 23. 1360 Fairmont st.
n.w.
inomas peaaicora. jr.. ”9. i*9l Efimont
rd n.w.. and Barbara Douglas. 19. 128
18th st. s.e.
Theodore Smith. 28. Munising. Mich., ar.d
Geraldine Wake. 19. 1606 Springwood
drive. Silver Spring
Ernest Brisbine. 25. Adair. Iowa, and
Barbara Warram. 20. Aston. Md.
William Wright, jr.. 94. 1609 Marion ft.
n.w.. and Carrie Martin. 29. 922 O ft.
n.w.
Mark Weiss. 94. 914 9th st. nr., and
Lottie Belgrad. 27. 1125 Spring rd n w
Emmett Hebert. 96, and Emma Louise
Burch. 90. both of 40i>9 9oth st. n.w.
William Tiikkainen. 90. Virginia. Minn.,
and Irene Wilds. 26. Boulder. Colo.
Warren Munroe. 90. Geneva. Ind . and
Elaine Melson. 27. Viborg. S. Dak
Aulda Adkins. 29. Peneville. W Va.. and
Lola May Palmateer, 21, 116 North
Payne st.. Alexandria
Percy Crawley. 28. 792 1st st. a.w., and
Maggie Hill. 25. 924 1st st. s.w.
Andrew Zuccavelll. 27. 1424 Chapin st
n.w,. and Aline Holifleld. 19. 1990 L
st. n.w.
Lawrence Kiyabu. 22. Kealia Kauai.
Hawaii, and Lavell Johnson. 19. 1407
Chapin st. n.w. i
Frank Woodson, jr.. 21. 827 Lamont st.
n.w., and Vernice Meadows. 22, 1309
22nd st. n.w.
Hugh Pruett, 31, Costa Masa, Calif., and
Mary Lou De Oss. 20. Holbrook. Nebr.
Robert Sithens, 22, 3119 Newton st. n.e..
and Doris Thompson* 21, 1811 Irving
st. n.e.
Albert De Lucien, 25, 1740 New Hampshire
ave. n.w., and Alice Copeland. 21, New*
York City.
George Pringle. 22, Upper Darby, Pa.,
and Mary McDermitt, 22, Oklahoma
City.
James Johnson, 22. Wilmington. Del., and
Irene Young, 24. 2632 Garfield st. n.w.
Dale Conn, 22. Shubert. Nebr.. and Norma
Miller. 19, 2401 32nd st. s.e.
Raymond A. Mountjoy. 23. and Florence
Cooper. 20, both of 1263 U st. s.e.
Brinton Sullivan. 33, 1738 P st. n.w., and
Nelda Moorman, 26, Quincy. 111.
James Ballard. 27, add Emma Sriflln, both
of 1002 N st. n.w.
Harry Thayer, 38, New York, and Dorothy
Lakson, 30, 4607 Connecticut ave. n.w
Issued at Rockville.
John W. Hamilton, 28, and Louise McClos
key, 25, both of Washington. '
Curtis O. Underwood. 44, Greensboro. N.
C., and Douglas Llewellyn, 33, Durham,
N C.
William E. Marrow. 21, Hendersonville,
I N. C.. and Helen L. Robbins, 17, Wash
ington.
Floyd A. Rathburn. 26. Indiantown Gap.
Pa., and Thelma M. Harrison, 21,
Washington.
Roy W. Smith, 38, Stout Field, Ind.. and
Margie Neff. 38, Arlington.
Andrew’ Tarapchak. 24. West Aliquippa.
Pa., and Chrysanthe Simantiras. 21.
Aliquippa
Robert William Cox,
With Star Ad Bureau
For Many Years, Dies
Robert William Cox, former well
known member of The Star Ad
Bureau, in its early days, died Sun
day at his home in Los Angeles,
according to word received by his
former associates here today. He
passed away in his sleep.
Funeral services were to be held
this afternoon in the Church of the
Recessional, at Forest Lawn Cem
etery, Los Angeles.
Born in the District of Columbia,
Mr. Cox came to The Star Ad
Bureau when it was headed by Wil
liam H. Hungerford, and included
also Louis P. Darrell, Clarence C.
Archibald and Francis T. Hurley,
each of whom later became direc
tors of the bureau. He left the Ad
Bureau in 1916 for California, where
his brother Albert was then in busi
ness. Mr. Cox established his own
advertising bureau in Los Angeles,
which he operated for many years,
until he retired some time ago be
cause of ill health.
Mr. Cox was one of the founders
of the Columbia Country Club, and
a prominent golfer in Washington.
He was a member of the Board of
Trade, and several other civic and
fraternal organizations. He belonged
to Harmony Lodge of Masons, Co
lumbia Chapter, No. 1; Columbia
Commandery No. 2. Knights Temp
ler, and Almas Temple of the Shrine.
During his connection with The
Star Ad Bureau, he became ad
vertising director for many of the
prominent business establishments
in Washington.
Mr. Cox is survived bv a sister.
Miss Lou Cox of Los Angeles. She
was connected with the Post Office
Department here and later was
transferred to the postal service in
Los Angeles.
The Star Ad Bureau, which was
founded in 1891, is now headed by
Malcolm Lamborne, sr., who came to
the bureau In 1916.
Rites to Be Held Tonight
For Thomas S. Pocock, Sr.
Funeral services for Thomas S.
Pocock. sr.. 79. retired Washington
businessman, who died Sunday at
Galiinger Hospital, will be held at
7:30 o'clock tonight at the Lee
funeral home. Burial will be
private.
Before retiring three years ago.
Mr. Pocock operated the Pocock
Sign Co., which for 25 years was
located at 631 G street N.W.
Besides his widow’, Mrs. Mary
Pocock, he is survived by a son,
Thomas S. Pocock. jr., seaman, first
class, now home on leave from the
Pacific, and a sister. Mrs. Nellie
Culbertson, Washington.
John E. Kilgellon Dies;
Hero in World War
by the Associated Press.
MIAMI. Fla., April 10.—John Ed
ward Kilgellon, 50. World War hero
who was honored for bravery by
both the United States and French
governments, died yesterday.
A Marine sergeant, Mr. Kilgellon
received personally from Field
Marshal Henri petain the Croix de
Guerre, the French Cross with Palm
and the Legion of Honor for ‘su
perior bravery, exceptional coolness”
while under heavy fire at Belleau
Wood.
Awards from his own government
included the Distinguished Service
Cross and the Purple Heart.
Rites for Michael Bolger
Set for Tomorrow
Funeral services for Michael F.
Bolger, 76, retired Navy Department
employe who died Saturday at his
home, 745 Thirteenth street S.E.,
will be held at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow
at the residence, followed by requiem
mass at 9 a.m. at St. Peter’s Church.
Burial will be in Cedar Hill Ceme
tery.
A native of Ireland, Mr. Bolger
had been a resident of Washington
since boyhood. He was retired as
foreman in the Navy Yard forge
shop in 1932 after more than 30
years’ service.
Besides his widow. Mrs. Cora V.
Bolger, he is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Marguerite Fuller; a son, James
E. Bolger. all of Washington, and
two grandchildren and five great
grandchildren.
Army Wings Go to 82,000
In r44 as Training Hits Peak
The Army's six-year training pro
gram for air forces crews reached
a peak in 1944, when more than
82.000 pilots received their wings
despite a slackening in the train
ing schedule, it was revealed at
training command headquarters to
day.
This number compares with about
400 during an average peacetime
year 10 years ago and brings the to
tal number of pilots during the
past six years to more than 184,000.
During the same six-year period the
command turned out more than
43.000 navigators. 41.000 bombardiers
and 264,000 aerial gunners, mast of
them in the three years immediately
alter Pearl Harbor.
The command announced that
training had slowed down consid
erably in the past six months and
now is devoted principally to fur
nishing replacements, giving special
ized training required by new equip
ment and refinements in training
methods
LI. Col. Chris Ford, 52,
Dies After Long Illness
Ey the Associated Press.
ATLANTA. April 10. — Lt. Col.
Chris W. Ford. 52, retired, died last
night in Lawson General Hospital
after an 11-months illness.
A native of New York City, Col
Ford served with the Lafayette
Escadrille in the World War and
won the Distinguished Service Cross.
He came out of the war as a 23
year-old major and decided to stay
with the Army. He served in the
Philippines from 1934 to 1937. and
later was commanding officer of the
Atlanta air base. He retired in 1941.
He is survived by his widow, the
former Ruth Carter whom he mar
ried in 1941. and four children by
a previous marriage, Chris Ford, jr..
Miss Marion Ford. Miss Betty Ford,
and Dick Ford, West Point cadet.
Burial will be in Arlington Ceme
tery.
Capt. C. D. Kirk Dies;
In Navy 32 Years
Ey thr A^fcociated Press.
NEW YORK. April 10. —Capt.
Charles Douglas Kirk, 51, Supply
Corps, U. S. N.. a veteran of 32 years
in the Navy and since June. 1942.
in command of the Naval Clothing
Depot in Brooklyn, died yesterday in
Brooklyn Naval Hospital.
Before the World War he was a
reporter for the Louisville Courier
Journal. Funeral services will be
held here today and burial w ill be in
Louisville.
Funeral Held Today
For Capt. Holcomb
Graveside services for Capt. Rich
mond C. Holcomb, 70, Medical Corps,
U. S. N., retired, who died sud
denly in Philadelphia, April 12, were
held this afternoon in Arlington
Cemetery.
Capt. Holcomb, a native of Brook
lyn. entered the Navy in 1898 and
was retired after 34 years’ service.
He was recalled in 1943 to serve as
senior medical officer for the V-12
program at the University of Penn
sylvana.
From 1914 to 1918, Capt. Holcomb
was assistant to the Bureau of Medi
cine and Surgery, Navy Department.
Later as commanding officer of the
United States Naval Hospital,
League Island, Philadelphia, he was
the bureau’s representative in con
nection with the building of the
U. S. S. Relief, the first hospital
ship built by the Navy. He sub
sequently was executive officer of
the vessel.
A veteran of the Spanish-Ameri
can War, the Boxer Rebellion and
the Philippine campaign, he held
the Navy Cross. He had represented
the Navy Department at several1
scientific conferences and was a
former member of the War Relief
Board. American Red Cross.
He is survived by his widow, Mis.;
Mary Browning Holcomb; three
sons, Richmond C. Holcomb, jr„ j
Browning Holcomb, and Comdr
Charles M. Holcomb, U. S. N.; a
daughter, Mrs. Joseph F McDonnell,
jr.. Washington; a brother. Charles
M Holcomb, and five grandchildren
Riles lo Be Held Today
For Mrs. Lillie Marlell
Funeral service for Mrs. Lillie
Shackelford Martell. a War Depart
ment employe for the last 27 years,
who died Sunday at her home. 2414
Pennsylvania avenue N.W.. after a
month's illness, will be held at 2:30
pm. today at the Birch funeral
home. Burial will be in Lynchburg,
Va.
Mrs. Martell was born in Lynch
burg and was a secretary at the
Court House there for 17 years be
fore coming to Washington. At the
time of her death she was super
visor in the mail records section of
the Ordnance Department. Her
husband, Marc Anthony Martell,
musician, died three years ago.
She is survived by a son by a
former marriage. Lisle Shackelford.
Washington, and two grandchildren,
Mrs. Dorothy Marie Lawrey, Wash
ington, and Lt. (j. g.) Edward Lisle
Shackelford, now in the Pacific.
T. J. Ward Dies; Father
Of D. C. Newspaperman
By the Associated Press.
BALTIMORE April 10—Thomas
J. Ward. 68-year-old former general
supervisor of terminals for the Balti
more & Ohio Railroad Co., died to
day at his home.
He is survived by his widow, two
sons. Paul W. Ward of the Balti
more Sun's Washington Bureau and
Thomas H. Ward of Valley Forge
Military’ Academy, and a daughter.
Requiem for Sailor
High requiem mass for Thomas
Naughton Thompson, 21. radioman,
second class, who was lost when the
destroyer Spence was sunk off the
Philippines in December, will be
celebrated at 7 a.m. tomorrow at the
Church of the Nativity. He is sur
vived by his father. Barnie B.
Thompson. 169 Thirty-sixth street
N.E.. and a brother. Pvt. William G.
Thompson. 24. now ill at an Army
hospital in Jackson. Miss.
Rev. William H. Walsh, 89,
Boy Saviour Founder, Dies
By the Associated Press.
POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y.. April 10.
—Rev. William H. Walsh. 89, found
er of the Boy Saviour movement
and said to be the s^ond oldest,
Jesuit in the United States, died
here Sunday of Injuries suffered
in a recent fall.
A former pastor of Our Lady of
Loretto Church in New York City,
Father Walsh started the Boy
Saviour movement in 1884 while he
was prefect and director of music
at St. Francis Xavier College. He
was ordained in 1890.
He supervised the building of the
novitiate of St. Andrews-on-the
Hudson and was head of the Seven
Spring Sanatorium, a rest home for
Jesuits, at the time of his retire
ment in 1943.
A sister, Mrs. Edward J. Carr cf
Los Angeles, survives.
British Empire Casualties
Now Total 1,126,802
By the Associated Press.
LONDON, April 10.—British Em
pire war casualties amounted to
1,126,802, of whom 306.984 were
killed, Prime Minister Churchill told
Commons today.
The British Isles, he said, had suf
fered 502.396 casualties, including
216.287 dead, up to February 28.
In addition, 183,242 servicemen
from the United Kingdom either
were prisoners of war or internees
in neutral countries, he said.
The figures do not include the
deaths of members of the armed
forces from natural causes or cas
ualties of civilians or merchant sea
men due to enemy action
In a written report Mr. Churchill
also listed Canada's losses at 89.220,
including 31.439 killed. 45,251 wound
ed and 8.367 prisoners, and Aus
tralia’s at 87,256. including 19.430
killed. 35.595 wounded and 25,276
prisoners.
Culbertson to Speak
On Howard U. Forum
Ely Culbertson, bridge strategist
and author, will speak on world re
organization at the Howard Univer
sity Forum at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the Andrew Rankin Chapel.
Mr. Culbertson will discuss four
proposed amendments to the Dum
barton Oaks program based on his
peace plan. This is the third in a
series of four meetings of the How
ard University Forum.
Nazi Prisoners
Strike Over Food;
Get Bread, Water
Ey the Associated Press.
CAMP PICKETT, Va„ April 10.—
Having refused to work because
they claimed they weren't properly
fed, 248 German prisoners now are
on a bread-and-water diet.
, The prisoners, all naval men. are
at the Lindhurst Branch Camp near
Waynesboro.
Col. A E Potts. Camp Pickett
commander, said the prisoners had
been receiving the properly pre
scribed diet when they refused to
work.
He added the bread-aiod-water
diet would continue until the men
conform to the routine set up for
them. The discipline is a part of
the “no work, no eat" policy of the
Army, under the Geneva Conven
tion.
“—the only sound policy for a democracy!”
rrH REGARD to the question of rendering Communists and
Communist sympathizers eligible for Army commissions,
we support the War Department position as reported in the press
that in granting commissions and making various other Army as
lignments "the basic consideration is not the propriety oj the indi
vidual's opinions; but his loyalty to the United States.” Any
position short of this would constitute a denial of constitutional
rights, would fail to utilize all qualified soldiers and would under
mine national unity. • The question of what one thinks of Com
munist philosophy is not involved. The issue is one of full utilization
oq a democratic basis of all forces dedicated to winning the war.
Using this as a yardstick, the Army has apparently taken its posi
tion as a result of the excellent record of Communists and so-called
Communists including a number who have been cited for gallantry
and a number who have died in action. • The War Department'*
order is common sense and the only sound policy for a democracy.
It carries out our country’s stated policies of unity of all forces se
riously supporting the war effort. It is consistent with our close
cooperation with the Soviet Union and with other United Nations
members, whose governments include Communists, for winning
the war and building a durable peace.
JAMES LUTHER ADAMS
*rof. ot Theology, University of
Chicago
B. B. ALLEN
Exec. Dean, University of Ilhnors,
College ol Medicine
OORDON W. ALLPORT
Prof, ol Psychology, Harvard
University
REV. ELMER J. F. ARNDT
Evangelical and Reformed Chtrreh
Webstar Groves, Mo.
DR. ROBERT ASHWORTH
Editorial Sec’y, Natl Conference of
Christians <5t Jews
DEAN BAUGH
Exec. Sec’y, Okla. State Federation
of Labor *
HOWARD BAT
BISHOP WILLIAM V. BELL
Colored Methodist Episc . r^h,
Cordele, Ga.
WILLIAM ROSE BENET
THOMAS H. BENTON
■ . D. BOLLINGER
Eec'y, Dept, of Student Work, Board
mi Education of The Methodist Church,
Nashville, Term.
PR. W. RUSSELL BOWIE
Union Theological Seminary
MRS. CHARLOTTE HAWKINS BROV
Pres., Palmer Institute, Sedalie, L. C.
REV. EMORY STEVENS BUCKS
Editor, The Zions Herald
C. C. BURLINGHAM
Lawyer, New York
GODFREY L. CABOT
Manufacturer, Boston
DR. HUGH CABOT
MRS. DOROTHY C. CALDWELL
Dir., Term. State Museum
ANGUS CAMERON
Ed. -in-Chiel, Little, Brown and Co.
p. W. CHAPMAN
Pres., Montana Farmers Union
PROF. EMANUEL CHAPMAN
Hunter College
THOMAS W. CHEEK
Pres., Okla. Farmers Union
DR. RUFUS E. CLEMENT
Pres., Atlanta University
LEROY B. COWLES
Pres., University ol Utah
HENRY K. CRAFT
Exec. Sec’y, Harlem Branch
Y.M.C.A., New York
BARTLEY C. CRUM
Lawyer, San Frandeca
BISHOP RALPH SPAULDING CUSHMAN
Methodist Church, St. Paul
JOSEPH E. DAYIBS
BISHOP CAMERON J. DAVIS
Protestant Episcopal Church at
Western New York
n*. MARK A. DAWBF.R
Exec. Sec'y, Home Missions Council
of North America
C. L. DKLLUMS
Vice-Pres., Brotherhood of Sleeping
Car Porters
ANNETTA DIECKMAN
Y.W.C.A., Chicago
OLJN DOWNES
JULIUS EMSPAK
Sec’y-Treas., United Electrical Radio
& Machine Workers of America (CIO)
HENRY EPSTEIN
MARK ETHRIDGE
Editor, Louisville Courier-Journal
RABBI WILLIAM H. FETNSHFIBER
Philadelphia
FDWAPD FLORE
Gen'I Pres., Hotel A> Restaurant Em
ployees Internat'l Alliance 6t Bartend
ers Internat'l (AFL)
T>R. E. FRANKLIN FRAZIER
Howard University
REV. STEPHEN H. FRITCHMAN
Editor, The Christian Register
LLOYD K. GARRISON
National War Labor Board
DR. FRANK P. GRAHAM
Pres., University of North Carolina
W. c. GRANT
Pres.. Ford Local *600 UAW (CIO),
Detroit
BISHOP J. A. GREGG
African Methodist Episcopal Church,
Kansas City, Kan.
HAMPTON T. HALL
State Supervisor, Agricultural Educa
tion, Iowa
THOMAS PORTER HARDMAN
Dean, College of Law, University of
West Virginia
ALBERT J. HARNO
Dean, College ol Law, University ol
Illinois
BISHOP LEWIS O. HARTMAN
Methodist Church, Boston
MRS. HUGO HARTMANN
Pres., Nationsl Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods
WILLIAM H. HASTIE
Dean, Howard University Law School
REV. DUNCAN M. HOBART
Sr. Pauls Episcopal Church,
Meridian, Miss.
BISHOP HENRY W. HOBSON
Southern Ohio Protestant Episcopal
Church
HELEN C. HOGUE
Exec. Sec'y, Girls Friendly Society,
U.S.A.
DR. HAMILTON HOLT
Pres., Rollins Coll ego.
Winter Park, Fla.
STANLEY M. ISAACS
D. V. JEMISON
Pres., Nall Baptist Convention of
U.S.A., Selma, Ala.
DR. MORDECAJ W. JOHNSON
Free., Howard University
DR. DAVID D. JONES
Pres., Bennett College,
Greensboro, N. C.
FRANCIS FISHER KANE
Lawyer, Philadelphia
DOROTHY KENYON
BISHOP W. EARL LEDDEN
The Methodist Church, Syracw a, N. Y.
JAMES R. MCGILL
McGill Manufacturing Co*
Valparaiso, Ind.
FRANK MCGRATH
Pres., United Shoe Workers e4
America fClO)
THOMAS MANN
FREDR1C MARCH
DR. BENIAMIN E. MAYS
Pres., Morehouse College, Atlanta
RAYMOND MASSEY
LEWIS MERRILL
t Pres., United Office A Professional
Workers of America (CIO)
BISHOP WALTER MITCHELL
Protestant Episcopal Church,
Phoenix, Anx.
RABBI JULIAN MOBOENSTERN
Cincinnati
WILLIAM MORRIS
Theatrical Agent, New York
BISHOP ARTHUR W. MOULTON
Protestant Episcopal Church,
Salt Lake City
DR. ALONZO F. MYERS
New York University
J. S. NEWMAN
Pres., The Newman-Stern Company,
Cleveland
WILLIAM G. NUNN
Mng. Ed., Pittsburgh Courier
GRANT W. OAKES
Chrmn., United Farm and Metal
Workers oi America (CIO)
JUDGE PATRICK O’BRIEN
Detroit
BISHOP tf. ASHTON OLDHAM
Protestant Episcopal Church,
Albany, N. Y,
RALPH W. PARSONS
Victory Mutual Life Insurance
Company, New York
JAMES G. PATTON
Pres., National Fanners Union,
Denver
JUDGE NATHAN D. PERLMAN
New York
LEWIS PERRY
Prin., Phillips Exeter Academy
RABBI DAVID PHIUPSON
Dean of American Reform Rabbis
GEORGE PIRINSKY
Exec. Sec’y, American Slav Congress
ARTHUR UPHAM POP*
EDWARD G. ROBINSON
REID ROBINSON
Vice-Pres., CIO
PROF. E. A. ROSS
University oi Wisconsin
JAT RUBIN
Sec’y, New York Hotel Tiedaa
Council ( AFL)
GILBERT A. SANFORD
Prin. Planning Technician, Alabama
State Planning Board
BISHOP WILLIAM SCARLETT
Protestant Episcopal Church,
St. Louis
ARTUR SCHNABEL
PAUL SCHNUF _
Sec'v-Treas., San Francisco Ct*
Council
MAYOR CORNELIUS 8CULLT
Pittsburgh
PROF. HARLOW SHAPLBT
Harvard University
.TAMES E. SHEPARD
Pres., North Carolina State CoH*de
foe Negroes
WILUAM L. SHIRER
MAX SIEN
Sec y, Greater Cmcmnmti Industrial
Union Council
MRS. SAMUEL SPIEGEL
Hon. Natl. Pres., Women's [nt|m ai
the United Synagogue oi America
ARTHUR B. SPINGARN
Pres., Natl. Assn, for the Arfrinep
ment oi Colored People
F. F. STEPHENS
Dean of Students, Arts smd Sc it nee.
University oi Missouri
AUGUST LEROY STRAND
Pres., Oregon State College
w. w. TRENT
State Supt. oi Free Schools, W. Vk.
CHARLES J. TURCK
Pres., M seal ester College, St. Paul
J. VAN EK
Dean, College oi Arte and Sdencaa,
University oi Colorado
J. THOMAS WALKER
Vice-Pres., Pilgrim Health & lift
Insurance Company, Augusta, Ora*
JUSTICE JAMES S. WATSON
New York
n. M. WEATHSRSBY
Dean, Louisiana CoOeJa
GLENWAY WE3COTT
Author, New York
RABBI STEPHEN S. WINS
HON. JAMES H. WOLFE
Chief Justice, Utah State Sapream
Court
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