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<Ear& of GUjank* COLLINS. JAMES F. The family of the late JAMES F COLLINS wishes to extend its thanks and appreciation to relatives and friends for their floral tributes and kind expressions of sympathy. Srall)fl BARROWS. KATHERINE W. Suddenly, ©n Sarurday. July 27. 194(5. at Milwaukee. Wis.. KATHERINE W. BARROWS, beloved wife of Paul R. Barrows and sister of Helen B. Woods, Mrs. L. C. Richards. Mrs. Daniel A Collins. George B. and Dr. Mil lard M Woods. Remains resting at the 8 H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w . after 11 a m. Tuesday. July 30. Funeral services at the above funeral home on Wednesday. July 31. at 11 a m. Inter ment Glenwood Cemetery. 30 BENNETT, WILLIAM M. On Monday. July 29. 194(5. at Soldiers’ Home Hos pital. WILLIAM M BENNETT, beloved brother of Chiton M. and Russell C. Ben-1 nett. Mrs. Lula Thompson and Mrs. James j Marks of Pittsburgh. Pa. Remains resting a* Chambers’ Funeral Home, 517 11th st. s.e.. until Thursday. August 1. at 1 p.m. Services at the Northern Methodist Church, Clarksburg. Md.. at 2 p.m, Interment in church cemetery. 1 BRASCHLER. HENRY. On Saturday. July 27. 1940. at his residence. Alex andra. Va.. HENRY BRASCHLER. the beloved husband of Sarah Braschler, la ther of Miss Bonnie Braschler and Mrs. Kathrine Stubbs. Remains resting at his' residence until Tuesday. July 30. at 21 p m. Services at the Capital Memorial ' Church. 5th and fcR sts. n.w . at 3 p.m. Interment National Memorial Cemetery, Falls Church. Va. Services by Chambers. (Chicago'Tribune please copy.) 30 BRICE, ADA BELL. Departed this life auddenly. on Saturday. July 27. 1940, ADA BELL BRICE. She leaves to mourn their loss a loving mother. Mrs. Annie Jones Williams, a devoted sister. Mrs. Helen Dorsey; two brothers, James T. and Emmett E Jones; two nieces, three nephews -end a host of other relatives and friends. After 4 o’clock Tuesday triends may call at Smith’s Columbia Terrace Funeral Home. 2110 18th st. n.w. After 4 o’clock Wednesday remains may be viewed at her late residence. 1033 30th st. n.w. Fu neral Thursday, August 1. at 1 o'clock, from St. Paul’s Baptist Church. 27kh and K sts. n.w.. Rev. E. Gibbs officiating. In terment at Payne’s Cemetery. • BROWN. OTTO WAY B. * Departed this life on Sunday. July 28. 194H, OTTOWAY B BROWN, devoted husband of Barbara Brown and beloved son of the late Eulis Brown and Pearl Brown Shepherd, brother of Edwin and Royston Brown. Mrs. Mazie Harris. Mrs. Pauline Mclntoysh. Mrs. Lucy B. Calloway. Mrs. Mildred Sowell of New York City. Mrs. Louise Connor and Mrs. Hilda Lee. Other relatives and many friends also mourn his passing. Friends may call on Tuesday. July 30. after 4 p.m , at the John T. Rhlnes & Co. Funeral Horn \ 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. Funeral Wednesday. July 31. at 2 p.m.. from the Mount Pleas ant Baptist Church. Mount Pleasant. Va., Rev. Milton Shepherd officiating. Inter ment church cemetery. 30 BYRD. JAMES. Departed this life July 29. 1940. at Gallinger Hospital. JAMES BYRD. He leaves to mourn their loss a father, two sisters, two brothers and a host of other xelatives and friends. Remains resting at the Horton Funerel Home. 1322 You st. n.w. Funeral Wednesday. July 31. at 12 noon, from the above funeral home. Rev. Oliphant cfficiatinc. Interment Wood lawn Cemetery. CAN ILK. LL1Z> AdL IH IBLIII). Un Sunday. July 28, 1946, ELIZABETH (BETTY) CANTER of 617 G st. s.e., mother of Ruby M. Canter and Mrs. Ruth Schrde der. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Fu neral Home. 2901 14tJi st. n.w . or Wed nesday. July 31, at 1 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 30 CHINN. FRANK. On Monday. July 29, 1946. at his residence No. 9 7th st s.e.. FRANK CHINN, beloved husband of Minnie Chinn and father of Dr. Raymond Chinn and brother of Willem T. Chinn. Friends may call at his late residence, where serv ices. will be held on Thursday. August 1. at 2 p.m Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 31 COOK, EDWARD E. On Wednesday July 24. 1946. EDWARD E COOK. Serv ices at Chambers’ Funeral Home, 517 11th st. s.e. on Wednesday. July 31. at J l :301 a m Interment Washington National Cem etery. CORBETT. CHARLES E. Suddenly, on Monday, July 29, 1946, at his home. 417 S Lee st., Alexandria. Va . CHARLES E CORBETT. hucband of Th°!ma S. Corbett and biother of Lawrence W Corbett and Mrs. Hele.i Goodwyn. Friends may call at the Demaine Funeral Home. Alexan dria. Va. Services on Wednesday. July 31, at 2 p.m. Interment Ivy Hill Cemetery. CORBIN, JAMES MICHAEL. On Mon day. July 2!». 1946. at Sibley Memorial Hospital. JAMES MICHAEL CORBIN, be loved son of Dorothy and James Corbin. Services at Chambers' Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e . on Wednesday. July 31. at 1 p.m. Interment in Fort Lincoln Cem etery. 31 CORNWELL. RICHARD S. On Sunday. July 28. 1946. RICHARD S CORNWELL, beloved husband of the late Alice V. Corn well and father of Sadie Gregg. Carrie Manuel. Ethel Sunderland. Gladys Bois soneau. Richard T. and Forrest Cornwell. Funeral from the W. W. Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Ga ave. n.w . on Wednecday. July 31, at 2 p.m. Relatives ana friends Invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 31 CULLEN. HARRY JEROME. On Monday. July 29. 1946. at his residence. 1629 Co lumbia rd n.w.. HARRY JEROME CUL LEN. beloved husband of Ada Neumeyer Cullen. Services ar the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Thursday. August 1. at 8:30 a.m ; thence to the Shrine of the Sacred Heart Church. 16th st. and Park rd.. where the holv sacrifice of the mass will be offered at 9 a.m for the repose of his soul. Inter ment Congressional Cemetery 31 de THIERRY. LEO S. On Sunday. July 28. J046. at Arlington County Hospital. LEO S. tie THIERRY of 6929 N Fairfax drive, Falls Church. Va.. the beloved hus band of Rose E. (ne.1 Bit tings) de Thierry, son of Mary T. d® Thierry and father of Mrs. Catherin® Kneesi and Mrs. Mary Clark. Remains resting ar Chambers* Georgetown Funeral Home. 31st and M sts. n.w, until Wednesday. July 31. at 8:30 a.m. Mass at Holy Trinity Catholic Church at 9 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 30 DOUGAL. MARY VIRGINIA DELA PLANF. On Monday. July 29, 1916. a* her residence. 1331 21st st. n.w.. MARY VIR GINIA DELAPLANE DOUGAL. beloved widow of William M. Dougal. Services will he beld at her late residence on Wednesday. July 31. at 2 p.m. Imerment private. Please omit flowers. DUFFIELD. MARTHA E. On Monday. July 29. 1946. at the Church Home Ho.*-! pital. Baltimore. Md.. MARTHA E DUF FIELD. aged 7 6 years, mother of Miss! Gladys L. Duffield of Washington. D. C. Services and interment Sutton, W. Va., on Wednesday p.m. July 31. EVANS. WILLIAM D. On Tuesday. July 30. 1946. at his residence. 732 Park rd. nw . WILLIAM D EVANS, beloved hus band of Estelle Evan^ and brother of Mrs Louise Pinketr and Wilson Evans. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Mc Guire. FRANTZ. SARAH ELIZABETH. On Fri dav. July 26. 1946. at her residence. 4319 Georgia avr. n.w.. SARAH ELIZABETH FRANTZ, beloved wife of Charles S. Frantz, mother of Mrs. George C. Boyd and grand mother of Mrs. Paula E Edward of San1 Francisco. Calif. Funeral services from Chambers Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin at. n.w . on Tue'-da.v. July 30. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 30 FUNERAL DIRECTORS. V7LSPEARE CO. Neithei successor to nor connected with the original w R Speare establishment ; 1009 H st. N.W. y.CffW J. William Lee’s Sons Co. 4tb and Mm Are N.I LI. 6204 riTHERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium FRANK GEIER'S SONS CO. FDNRRAI ROME 3605 14th St. N.W. Hobart 2326 NEW ENLARGED PARLORS Formerly at 1118 7th St N.W Established 1851| In Case of Death One of the Largest Undertake™ In the World. Complete Funerals 595 to 52,000 Four Large Funeral Hornet Phone CO. 0432 FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. C. SHAFFER, Inc. EXPRESSIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES' AI MODERATE PRICES PHONF NA 0101* Cor. 14th b Eye °°0edn GUDE BROS. CO. Funeral Piece* 1213 F St. N.W_National 42W Blackistone. Inc. 8Vm/’ BEAUTIFUL FLORAL TRIBUTES, $5 up ■_Phone and Charge It _ ' CHACONAS BEAUTIFUL FLORAL PIECES Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere $5—$7.50—$10 DELIVERED 2500 14th ST N.W COLUMBIA S775 C & C FLOWER STORES FLORAL SPRAT S8.ES CP DELIVEREr Charge Account. Incited. Two Convenient Locations •08 14th St. ,1 W ME. 748} 023 F N.W.ME 74E4. CEMETERY LOTS. Sites i, 2. 3, 4. 5. lot lfis. chatwi m arrtion, Ft. Lincoln Cemetery; will sell leasonable. DU. 0662. • Bfatya GIBSON. CAPT. HOLBROOK. V. 8. N. (Retired). Suddenly, on Tuesday, July 30. 1940, at his home. Jamestown, R. I., Capt. HOLBROOK GIBSON. U. 8. N. (retired), beloved husband of Louiae Moore Gibson and father of Holbrook Gibson, Jr., and Elizabeth Dare Gibson; .son of the late Rear Admiral and Mrs. W C. Gibson, U. S. N., and brother of Mrs. Albert T. Church, Mrs. William T. Tarrant, Misses Kate and Elizabeth Gibson. Funeral serv ices Thursday morning, August 1, hour to be announced later. Burial In Arling ton National Cemetery. 31 GOOD. WILLIAM. On Sunday. July 28. 1946. WILLIAM GOOD of 6695 Call place s.e , loving son of Mrs. Elizabeth Good, brother of James Good and uncle of Alice Good. Remains resting at Henry S. Wash ington & Son's Funeral Home. 492ft Deane st. n.e.. after 4 p m. Wednesday. July 31. where services will be held Thursday. August 1, at 1:3(1 p.m Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Harmony Cem etery. GOODLOE. MART. On Tuesday. July 30. 1946. MARY GOODLOE of the Pres byterian Home, beloved mother of Mrs. Roy Crandall of Alexandria. Va.. and Herndon Goodloe of Miami. Fla. Remains resting at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. until 12 noon Thursday. Funeral services at the Pres byterian Home. 1818 Newton st. n.w., on Thursday. August 1. at 3 p.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 31 GRIFFIN. COMDR. JOE ROGERS. II. S. N. R. On Sunday. July 28. 1946, at United States Naval Hospital, Comdr. JOE ROGERS GRIFFIN. U. S. N R.. beloved husband of L Mary Y Grifflin Services and interment at Clarksburg, W. Va. Services by Chambers. HELFF. LAURA VIRGINIA. Suddenly, on Sunday. July 28. 1946, at Sibley Hos pital, LAURA VIRGINIA HELFF of 437 Newton pi. n.w.. beloved wife of George S. Helfl and mother of Louise C.. Margaret E. and George S. Helfl. jr. Funeral from the W W. Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Ga ave. n.w.. on Wednesday, July 31. at 11 a m. Re,atives and friends invited. In terment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. ' 30 HOUT. SARAH F. On Tuesday. July 30, 1946. SARAH F. HOUT of 5412 Karlas ave. n.w., the beloved wife of the late Rev. Hairy Lee Hout and mother of Dell H Cranford. Bess Mason. Beulah Skinner. Harry Let. jr.. and Bertram C. Hout. Fu neral from the W. W. Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w.. on Thursday. Au gust 1. at 10 a m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. Shepherdstown, W. Va. 31 HUBER. THEODORE. On Saturday, July 27, 1046. at the United States Naval Hospital. THEODORE HUBER, beloved hus band of Edith M. Huber and lather of Mrs. Carleton C. Hoffner, wife of Capt. Carieton C. Hoffner. U. S. N. Funeral : ervices at his late residence, 2327 South Nash st., Arlington. Va., on Tuesday, July 39, at 1 P.m. Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. Services by Chambers. 30 HUGHES. FRANCES. On Monday, July 29. 1946, FRANCES HUGHES of 191ft 14th st. n.w . wife of Richard Hughes. After ft p.m Wednesday. July 3). friends may call at Frazier's® Funeral Home. Inc.. 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w. Funeral Tnursday. August 1, at 7 p.m.. irora the Tenth Street Baptist Church. Interment Tuscaloosa, Ala. 31 INGLE, ETHEL J. On Saturday, July 27. 1946. at her home, in Milwaukee. Wis.. ETHEL J INGLE, widow of Ernest Edward Ingle, both formerly of Silver Spring. Md. Mis. Ingle will rest at the Warner E. Pum phrey Funeral Home. 8434 Georgia ave . Silver Spring. Md.. on Wednesday. July 31, after 9 a m., and services will be held on Wednesday. July 31, at l p.m. Inter ment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. ISIS. MORRIS L. Suddenly, on Sunday. July 28, 1946. at St. Augustine. Fla.. MOR RIS L ISIS, beloved husband of Sophie Isis and devoted father of He: man and Sidney Isis. Services at the Bernard Dan zansky A: Son Funeral Home. 3501 14th st. n.w.. on Wednesday, July 31, at 11 a.m. Interment D. C. Lodge Cemetery. LOMAX, MRS. FRANCES. The Ladies United Reapers’ Society announces the death of Mrs. FRANCES LOMAX AMELIA SMITH. President. THELMA DILL. Rec. Secretary. • LUDWIG. WILLIAM F. On Monday. July 29. 1946, at the residence of his daughter. West Friendship. Md.. WILLIAM F. LUDWIG, beloved husband of Sarah V. Ludwig, father of Mrs. Barbara Gannon. Mrs. Alice Smith, william B. and Paul F. Ludwig. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Thursday. August 1. at 8:30 a m.; thence to St. Anthony's Church, 12th and Monroe sts. n.e., where the holy sacrifice of the mass will be offered at 9 a m. for the re pose of his soul. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 31 • MACOMB. ELLA C. On Tuesday. July 30. 1946, at her residence, 3415 Mass, ave. n.w.. ELLA C. MACOMB, widow of the late Augustus C. Macorrrfc. mother of Lt. Col. John Gordon Macomb. U. S. A (re tired'. Mr. Philip Livingston Macomb and Capi Alexander Macomb. U. S. N. (re tired*. Notice of services later. MANNING. LT. THOMAS RICHARD. On Monday. July 29. 1946. at his residence. 2067 N. Glebe rd., Arlington. Va . Lt THOMAS RICHARD MANNING, beloved husband of Catharine C. Manning. Re mains resting at Ives Funeral Home, 2847 W’llson blvd . Arlington. Va . until 10:30 s.m Wednesday, July 31: thence to Fort Myer Chapel, where funeral services will be held at 11 a m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 30 MARSHALL. GEORGE S. On Monday. July 29. 1946, of heart attack. GEORGE S. MARSHALL, aged 84. of Burke, Va He leaves a brother and sister. R. E Mar shall and Jenny Fairfax. Funeral servicer will be held at Groff Funeral Home Wed nesday. July 31, at 2 p.m. MASTROMARINO. ANTONIA. On Sun day. July 28. 1940. ANTONIA MASTRO MARINO of 1315 Tewkesbury place n w , beloved wife of Frank P. Mastromarino and mother of Mrs. Mary A. Galante. Anthony Mastromarino and Mrs. Celeste Viuo sister of Stefano, Constantino and Vito Lozuponc and Mrs Jennie Galeano. Services a* the S. H Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Wednesday. July 31. at 2 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 30 MCDONALD. C4RRIE. Or Monday. Julv •19, J94a* her residence. 18 West Walnut st... Alexandria. Va.. CARRIE MCDONALD She was the widow of the late Ernest L McDonald and was born at Delaplane, Va.. the daughter of the late Robert E. and Sarah P. Goods. She was the mother of Mrs. Charles F. Swetman and Robert E. Mc Donald of Alexandria. Va.: sister of Mrs Maude Rothwell and Mrs. C. W. Dettor of Alexandria. Vo. Charles T. Goods and R L. Goods of Alexandria. Va.. and B. G Goods of Winter Haven. Fla. Funeral services at the above address on Thursday. August 1, at 2 p.m. Interment Ivy Hill Cemetery. 31 MERRITT. THEODORE A. Suddenly, on Sunday. July 28. 1946. at his residence. 504 M st. n.w.. THEODORE A. MERRITT, de voted husband of Mrs. Dorothy Merritt, father of Alvin T. and Yvette Merritt, son of Henry Merritt. Also aurviving are five brorhers and many other relatives and friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrange ments by Dovie G. Brooks. MERRYMAN. MA&y ELIZABETH. On Monday. July 29. 1946. at her residence. 1321 West Virginia ave. n e.. MARY ELIZA BETH MERRYMAN (nee Nix), beloved wife of Horace Merryman and stepmother of Mrs. Gertrude Cumberland. Mrs. Helen Moyer. William, Joseph and Conrad Nix. Prayers at the above residence on Thurs day. August 1. at 8:30 a m. Requiem mass at Holy Name Catholic Chuich, 11th and K sts. n.e., a: 9 a m. Interment St. Mary's Cemeteiy. Services by Chambers. 31 MERRYMAN. MARY NIX. Officers and members of Ladies’ Auxiliary to Knights of St. John, Holy Name No. 38. are here by notified of the death of Sister MARY NIX MERRYMAN Members will meet at her late residence, 1321 West Virginia ave. n.e., at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday to re cite the Rosary. EMMA E. PANZER. President. GERTRUDE L. KRAUS. Recording Secty. MILLER. DONALD RALPH. Suddenly, on Wednesday. July 24. 1946. near North Beach. Md . DONALD RALPH MILLER of 3621 1st rd. 8.. Arlington. Va.. beloved son of Rachel Smythe and Allan J. Miller and brother of Elwood and Curtis Miller. No tice of funeral later. 1 PETERSEN, EMIL. Suddenly, on Sun day. July 28. 1946. EMIL PETERSEN, late residence, 5600 43rd ave., Hyattsville, Md., the beloved husband of Irene O. Petersen, father of Paul J. and Olga C. Petersen. Mrs. Kathryn Fisher and Mrs. Elizabeth I. McCormick. Services at Chambers’ Rtverdale Funeral Home on Wednesday. July 31. at 11 a.m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 30 PETERSEN, EMIL. Acacia Lodge, No. IS. F. A. A. M.. will hold a spe cial communication Wednesday, July 31, 1940, at 10:30 a.m., i for the purpose of conducting the Masonic funeral service for our late brother. EMIL PETER SEN. Members please attend. EDWARD L SPRINGER. W. M. J. DUTTON WAIN WRIGHT, Acting Secty. 30 PETERSEN. EMIL. There will be a special meeting of Printing Pressmen’s Union. No. 1. on Wednesday. July 31. 1940, at 10 a.m.. at 1003 K st. n.w., for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother, EMIL PETERSEN. EDWIN A. ECKLES. President, EDWARD P. BEST. Secretary. PUGH. MARION GERALDINE. On Sun day, July 28. 1943. at Providence Hospital. MARION GERALDINE PUGH, beloved wife of Keith Pugh and mother of Delores Ann and James Keith Pugh, daughter of James F. and Irene M. Chrlsmore. Friends may call at 2820 31st pi. n.e. until 9 a.m. Wednesday. Funeral services at Lee s Funeral Home. 4th and Mass. ave. n.e., Wednesday, July 31. at 11 a.m. 30 PUSKAR, JOHN P. On Sunday. July 28, 1948, at Walter Reed General Hospital, JOHN P. PUSKAR, be loved husband of Betty June Puskar. Services and interment at Clairton, Pa. Services by Chambers. RANDALL. MARY VIRGINIA. On Mon da July 29. 1948. MARY VIRGINIA RANDALL of 331 9th at. s.e, sister of Mrs. Blanche Hart, William and Albert Ogle. Funeral from the James T. Ryan Funeral Home. 317 Penna. ave. s.e . on Wednesday. July 31. at 8:30 a.m, thence to St. Peter's Church, where mass will be ofTered at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. RAPLEY. EDWARD EVERETT. On Mon day. July 29. 1943, at 2101 Conn. ave. n.w, EDWARD EVERETT RAPPLEY. hus band of Mae Miller Rapiey and father of W. W. Rapiey. Services will be held at Oak Hill Cemetery Chapel, 29th and R sts. n.w., on Wednesday, July 31, at 11 a.m. Interment private. V 30 RUBIN. LT. COL. BENJAMIN, U. 8. A. on Monday, July 29, 1946, at Wal, ter Reed General Hospital, Lt. CoW BENJAMIN RUBIN, the beloved husband of Dr. Fannie Sender Rubin. Remains resting at Cham bers' Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin 1st. n.w, until Wednesday. July 31. at 12:30 p m Services »i Walter Reed Chapel at l2 p.m Interment Arlington National Cemetery. Three Children Perish In Sand Ledge Cave-In By the Associated Press NORWALK. Calif., July 30.— Three children lost their lives yes terday as a sand ledge caved in on them at a dump operated by their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shelby. Joy Carlton, 11; Dorothy Shelby, 5, and Garry Shelby, 10, failed to rally when firemen worked for an hour to resuscitate them. Donald Shelby, 2, and John Hamling, 4, pulled from the sand by Donalds mother, Mrs. Dorothy Shelby, and the grandfather, recovered quickly. 33ratf|fl SANSBURY. JOHN H. On Monday. July 29. 1940. at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Frances V. Gray. 1032 You st. s.e.. JOHN H. SANSBURY. beloved father of Mrs. Jeannette Van Noy, Mrs. Ida Lebert. Mrs. Frances V. Gray. George, Earl and Roy Sansbury. Remains resting at Cham bers' Funeral Home, 517 11th st. s.e., until Thursday. August 1. at 10:30 a.m. Serv ices at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Broad Creek. Md., at J1 a.m. Interment in church cemetery. 31 SCHUBERT, HENRIETTA CECEUA. On Sunday. July 28, 1940. at her residence, 725 Nicholson st. n.w., HENRIETTA CECE LIA SCHUBERT, beloved wife of Martin A. Schubert and mother of Elizabeth Ann Schubert. Services at Ine S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w., on Wednesday. July 31. at 9:30 a.m.; thence to the Nativity Church. Ga. ave. and Pea body st. n.w., where the sacrifice of the mass will be offered at 10 a.m. lor the re pose of her soul. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 30 SCOTT, FRANCIS KEY. On Saturday. July 27. 1940. FRANCIS KEY SCOTT of 319 Virginia ave. s.e. He leaves to mourn their loss his wife, Anna Scott; his brother, Toncil Scott; his sister-in-law, Anna Scott of Fredericksburg, Va . other relatives and friends. Remains may be viewed Tuesday, July 30, after 4 P.m., at his late residence. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, July 31, at 1 p.m.. at St. Paul A. U. M. P. Church, 4th and Eye sts. s.e.. Rev. R. C. Scott officiating. Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. Arrangements by Eugene Ford. 31 SKELLY. JAMES C. Suddenly, on Sun day, July 28, 1940. at his home. Colesville. Md., JAMES C. SKELLY. beloved husband of Emma A. Skelly. Mr. Skelly rests at the Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home, 8434 ;Georgia ave,. Silver Spring. Md.. where services will be held on Wednesday, July 131, at II a.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cem jetery. 30 SMALLWOOD. ERNEST F. Suddenly, on Saturday. July 27. 1940. at 0 45 p.m.. after a brief illness. ERNEST P. SMALLWOOD, father of Beri.ice A. Portal and Carl T. Smallwood. He also is survived by two brothers, Lawrence and Gilbert Smallwood; a sister. Addle Hagan; a nephew. George L. Bowser, and other relatives and friends. ! Friends may call after 11 a m. Tuesday, July 30. at the residence of his daughter. 49 R st. n.e . where services will be held on Wednesday, July 81, at 8:30 am, fol lowed by high requiem mass at 9 a m., at St. Cyprian’s Catholic Church. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 30 SMITH, INEZ. Departed this life Satur day. July 27. 1940. at Gallinger Hospital. INEZ SMITH. She leaves to mourn their loss a devoted husband. William Smith, and a host of other relatives and friends Remains resting at the Horton Funeral Home. 1322 You st. n.w. Funeral Wed nesday, July 31. at 2 p.m from the above funeral home. Rev. Leslie Bowie officiating Interment Wocdlawn Cemetery. STEVENSON. GENEVA. On Monday. July 21. 1940. GENEVA STEVENSON of 1219 Wylie st. n.e. Notice of funeral later. Services by Stewart's Funeral Home. 30 H st. n.e. THIGPEN. JOSEPH HENRY. Entered into eternal rest on Friday. July 20, JH40. JOSEPH HENRY THIGPEN, loving hus band of Leonis Thigpen and devoted father of Mrs. Helen Thigpen De Loatch and Mrs. Rebecca Cunningham. Other relatives and a host of friends mourn his passing. Friends may call on Tuesday, July 3n, after 4 p.m. at his late residence. 132 16th st. n.e. Funeral Wednesday. July 31. at 1 p.m., from St. Paul A. M E Church. 8th st. between D and E sts. s w., Rev. W. B. Nash officiating Interment Falls Church. Va. Arrangements by John T Rhines & Co., 3rd and Eye sts. s w. —30 THIGPEN. J. H. To the officers and Hi"-. Ji members of Morning Star Lodge. No 40, I. B P. O. E. of W : You I | are hereby requested to assemble 1 I at the home on Tuesday. July 30. 1946. at 8 p.m . to hold a session of sorrow for our late HVother. J H THIGPEN. Elks’ services Tuesday. July 30, at JO p.m., at 142 16th st. n.e DR. CHARLES H. MARSHALL. Exalted Ruler. ROGER L. ROBERTS. Financial Secty. UPPERMAN, ALPHONCER W. On Mon day. July 29. 1946. at his residence. 628 Farragut st. n.w . ALPHONCER W UPPER MAN, beloved husband of Nellie C. Upper man. nee Ward. Remains resting at the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home. 3831 Geor gia ave. n.w,. wnere funeral services will be held on Thursday. August 1. at 8:30 a m. High requiem mass at St. Gabriel's Church at 9 a m. Interment Mount Olivet Cem etery. Relative* and friends invited. 31 U ’ ’ERMAN. ALPHONCER W. Com < , rades of the Retired Firemen’s r> a Association will assemble at /£ j\‘he Timothy Hanlon Funeral (fi »..4ome. 3831 Georgia ave. n.w ■Y Jrrhursday, August 1, 1946, at L8:30 a.m . to attend the funeral <-*420* of our late brother.ALPHONCER W. Ur GERMAN. J. M. JAMIESON. President. L V COX. Secretary. 31 VAUGHAN. MARY NETTIE. On Sunday. July 2K, 1946, MARY NETTIE VAUGHAN beloved aunt of Ethel V. Wilkinson and W. B. Wilkinson, both of Silver Spring. Md. Miss Vaughan rests at her late home. 733 Sligo ave.. Silver Spring. Md . where serv ices will be held on Wednesday. July 31. at 10 a m. Interment Rock Creek Cem etery. 30 VUNCK. AR.AMINTA. On Sunday. July !28, 1946. ARAMINTA VUNCK. the beloved mother of Charles Vunck of Washington. D. C.; George S Vunck of Manistee. Mich . Earl Vunck and Mrs. Lillian Schlies of Muskegon. Mich.; Manning Vunck of Rich mond. Va . and Mary Vunck of Colony. Va Services at Chambers’ Funeral Home. 517 11th st. 5 e.. on Wednesday. July 31. at 2:30 p.m Interment Washington Na tional Cemetery. 31 WALKER. JAMES E. On Saturday. July 27, 1946. at Freedmen’s Hospital. JAMES E. WALKER of 1109 6th st. n.e., son of the late William and Alcinda Walker, father of Chauncey and Earl Walker, brother of Mrs. Carrie P Lee. Mfs. Luvenia Alphonso. Mrs. Izetta Fry. Mrs. Pauline Diggs. Mrs Jennie Jones. Mrs. Madaline Walker. Jo Hanner Walker, Henry Walker and the late Julia Sutton. He also leaves a host of other relatives and friends. The late Mr. Walker may be viewed at Stewart s Funeral Home, 30 H st. n.e.. after 5 p m. Tuesday, where services will be held Wednesday. July 31. at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 30 WALKER. JAMES E. To dhe officers ■ i .. g and members of Morning Star Lodge. No. 40. I. B. P. O. E. of i I W.: You are hereby requested \ | to assemble at the home, 1536 J5th st. n.w., at H p.m. Tues day. July 1946, to hold a session of sorrow and arrange for :e funeral of our late, brother. JAMES E. WALKER. Funeral Wednesday. July 31. from Stewart's Funeral Home. 30 H st. n.e. DR. CHARLES H. MARSHALL. Exalted Ruler. ROGER L. ROBERTS. Financial Secty. WALSH. ELIZABETH M. (LILLIE). On Tuesday. July 30, 1946. at Georgetown Uni versity Hospital. ELIZABETH M. (LILLIE) WALSH, beloved daughter of the late Charles and Elizabeth M. Walsh and sis ter of Mrs. George Parrott and Charles. Sarah and Margaret Walsh. Funeral from her late residence, 4321 East West highway, on Friday, August 2. at 9:30 a m. Requiem mass at the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes. Bethesda. Md.. at 10 a m. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 1 WASH, SELMA B. On Monday. July 29, 1946. at 5:45 p.m . SELMA B. WASH of 807 44th st. n.e. She leaves in grief a devoted mother, Mrs. Roxey Bridges; one loving daughter, Madeline Bridges; two devoted sons. George and John Wash, Jr.: two devoted brothers. Jesse Bridges of 600 Columbia rd. n.w.. and Herbert Bridges of 813 12th st. n.e.: four nieces, two nephews, two sisters-in-law. one brother in-law and a host of other relatives and friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrange ments by Rollins’ Funeral Home, 4339 Hunt pi. n.e. • WHITMIRE. RAYMOND DEWEY. On Monday, July 29, 1946. at Providence Hospital. RAYMOND DEWEY WHITMIRE, beloved husband of Pearl Elizabeth Whit mire of 1656 Gales st. n.e.. father of Raymond. William and Rita May Whit mire. Funeral from the above residence on Wednesday. July 31. at X p.m Inter ment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 30 WH1TTINGHAM, JAMES G., SR. On Saturday. July 27, 1946. JAMES G. WHIT JINGHAM, Sr., beloved husband of Hester Whittingham. father of Addie Whitehead. James G. Whittingham, Jr., and Lillian Plummer. Services on Wednesday. July 31, at 1 p.m., at Morgantown Church, Marshall Va. 30 WILLSON, HANNAH TERRETT. On Monday. July 29, 1946, at her lesidence. 2844 Wisconsin ave. n.w,. HANNAH TER RETT WILLSON, wife of the late Peter Casanave Willson and mother of Pansie Casanave Willson. Body resting at her residence. Mass will be offered at the Church of the Annunciation, 39th st. and Mass. ave. n.w . on Thursday. August, l, at 9 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cem etery. 31 Col. Benjamin Rubin, Medical Corps Officer, Dies at Walter Reed Lt. Col. Benjamin Rubin. 42, an authority in the field of internal medicine and during the war chief of medicine at Army general hos pitals in England, died yesterday at Walter #Reed Hospital after a pro longed illness. He was commissioned a major in the Army Medical Corps in October, 1942, and assigned to the Army Navy Hospital at Hot Springs, Ark. Later, he served at hospitals in Cali fornia and Washington State before going to England in September, 1944. as chief of medicine of the 203d General Hospital. He was trans ferred to the 61st General Hospital and in July, 1945, ordered to the Pacific area. At the announcement of the Jap anese surrender, his assignment was changed and he joined the staff of the Birmingham General Hospital, Van Nuys, Calif., serving there until he became ill last October. Col. Rubin, before entering the Army, had a private practice in the field of internal medicine in New York City and in New Jersey. He attended Syracuse University and received his medical degree from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1932. He taught two years in the chemistry department of Columbia University and was formerly a mem ber of the staffs of Bellevue and Mount Sinai Hospitals in New York and hospitals in New Brunswick, Perth Amboy and South River, N. J. He was a member of the New York and New Jersey State Medical Societies. Surviving are his widow, Dr. Fannie Sender Rubin: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubin, New York, and a sister, Mrs. Laurette Finkel, also of New York. Funeral services will be held at 12:30 p.m. tomorrow at Walter Reed Chapel. Burial will be in Arlington Cemetery. Mrs. Sarah Hout, 83, Dies; Widow of D. C. Minister Mrs. Sarah F. Hout, 83, widow of the Rev. Harry Lee Hout, Methodist minister who was a former pastor of Calvary and the old Marvin Churches here, died today at her home, 5412 Kansas avenue N.W, • A native of Shepherdstown, W. Va.. she came to Washington with her husband in 1910 and had lived here since. She was a lifelong member of an Eastern Star chapter in Hin ton. W. Va. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Walter W. Cranford and Mrs. C. W. Skinner, both of Washington, and Mrs. Norma Mason, Roanoke, Va., and two sons. Harry' L. Hout. Washington, and Burton C. Hout, Hinton. Funeral services will be held at 10 a m. Thursday at the Deal funeral home. 4812 Georgia avenue N.W, Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery, Shepherdstown. In fiietmtrtam BOOKER. REV. HENRY J. Sacred to the memory of our beloved husband and father. Rev. HENRY J. BOOKER, who en tered Into rest four years ago today, July 30, 104‘L Loved in life, remembered in death. HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN • BOYLE. LILY K. We pause in silence to reflect the beautiful memory of our de voted sister. LILY K. BOYLE, who left us fifteen years ago today, July 30, 1031. The cover of life’s books are closed For one we love so well; But kindly tales of bygone days Are what the pages tell. HER LOVING SISTERS- CORA O GRAY. BLANCHE L PENN AND MARY GARY. • HOLT. MRS. JOSEPHINE In sad but lovir.g memory of my dear wife. Mrs. JOSEPHINE HOLT, w'ho passed away fif teen years ago today, July 30. 1031 „ HUSBAND JARBOE. ELWOOD. In sad but loving remembrance of our dear son. ELWOOD JARBOE. who departed this life thirteen years ago today. July 30, 1033. The month of July again is hert, To us the saddest of the year; A lot of grief, a shock stvere. To part with ooe we love so dear MOTHER AND DADDY. McLANE. CORNELIA ELIZABETH. Sa cred to the memory of our devoted wile and grandmother. CORNELIA ELIZABETH McLANE. who passed into eternal rest beven years ago today. July 30. 1039. Some may think you are forgotten. Though on earth you are no more; But in memory you are with us, As you always were before HER DEVOTED HUSBAND LT. CAREY P. McLANE. AND GRANDSONS. SERGT LORENZO C. AND CORPL. EDWARD R McLANE. • WAYMAN. MAUDE FLEMING. In mem ory of our beloved aunt. MAUDE FLEM ING WAYMAN, who passed away July 30. 1030. HER NIECES. COLLEEN AND DOROTHY. * IJerrp&^alSl) MORTICIANS 4601 5th St. N.W. RA. 5468 _ Washington’s Foremost Funeral Home since 1873 S.H. Hines CompMUi FUNERAL HOME W. R. Frank Hine«. Prtsiimt 2901-03-03-07 Fourteenth Stmt N.W. No Branch Establishments Call Columbia 1023-11 1 __0 WS-7-46 TODAY.? Gentlemen: Please mail to me your large 20-page de scriptive booklet in color containing complete information and prices about Fort Lincoln Mausoleum and Cemetery so that I may become familiar with your facilities before the inevitable occurs. NAME_ (Please Print) ADDRESS__:_ CITY___ Fort Lincoln Cemetery, 3201 Bladentburg Rd., Watb. IS, D. C. *'Washington's Largest and Best Located Cemetery A. W. Upperman Dies; Retired D. C. Fireman Alphoncer W. Upperman, 67, a re tired member of the District Fire Department, died yesterday at his home, 628 Farragut street N.W. Mr. Upperman retired in 1942 after j 38 years’ service and accepted an appointment as a lieutenant on the fire department at the Navy Yard. He was later promoted to captain. The division he commanded there had a record of no major fires in its area. Mr. Upperman was bom in Wash ington and was a lifelong resident here. He was a member of the Re tired Firemen’s Association. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Nellie C. Upperman; two sons*Reg inald and Frederick Upperman: a daughter, Miss Lydwin Upperman, all of Washington, and four grand sons. Funeral services will be held at 8:30 a.m. Thursday at the Hanlon funeral home, 3831 Georgia avenue N.W., followed by a requiem mass at 9 a.m. at St. Gabriel's Church. Burial will be ip Mount Olivet i Cemetery. William R. Arthur Dies; Dean of Law College William R. Arthur, jr., 39. brother of Mrs. Helen Arthur Adair, dean of the Washington College of Law, died Sunday night in Boulder. Colo., where he made his home, it was learned here today. Mr. Arthur was a native of Boulder and served in the Army during World War II. On March 8 of this year both Mr. Arthur and his sister were admitted to practice before the Supreme Court. Mrs. Adair +ias gone to Boulder to attend funeral services which will be held tomorrow. Funeral Services Today For John Ridley Shields Funeral services for John Ridley Shields, 54, an attorney practicing jin the District and Maryland, who died Sunday at his home, 5306 De catur street, Edmonston, Md„ were to be held this afternoon at Gasch's 1 funeral home, Hyattsville. The Rev. Hunter M. Lewis, assist ant rector of the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany, Washington, was t to officiate. Burial was to be In Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Mr. Shields, a resident of Edmon ston for nearly 30 years, had been in failing health for several years. He and his late' mother, Mrs. Elise Trigg Shields, developed the community of Shields in the Ed monston avenue area. He was a graduate of George Washington University Law School and a veteran of the World War. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Susan Braddy Shields, and three children, Elise Trigg and Susan Braddy Shields, 18-year-old twins, attending George Washington Uni versity, and John Ridiey Shields, Jr., 16.__ Funeral Rifes Planned For Mrs. Ethel J. Ingle Funeral services for Mrs. Ethel J. Ingle, formerly of Silver Spring, who died Saturday of a heart attack at the home of her sister, Mrs. Loretta Ellwood, Milwaukee, Wis., will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Warner Pumphrey funeral home, Silver Spring. Burial will be in Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Mrs. Ingle, the widow of Ernest Ingle, had lived with her sister the last two years. Previously she had lived in Silver Spring for about 20 years, while employed at the Navy Department. She was a former assist%pt super intendent of the Methodist Home for the Aged here and was an active member of Calvary Methodist Church. She also was a member of the Adelphian Society and the Duo Decern Club, a literary group. Justin M. Green, 57, Dies; Auditor Here 25 Years Justin M. Green, 57, an auditor here for 25 years, died yesterday at Mount Alto Hospital after a six months illness. A native of Hickory, Kv., Mr. Green served as an Army sergeant in World War I. He came to Wash ington about 1920 and recently lfad been employed by Bliss Properties. He was a member of Columbian Encampment No. 1, of the I. O. O. F. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Mabel Andrews, Baton Rouge, La., and Mrs. Margaret Mondshine, New Orleans, and a brother, Ow^en Green. Paducah, Ky. Funeral services and burial will be Friday in Mayfield. Ky. Mrs. Mary V. Dougal Dies At Home After Long Illness Mrs. Mary V. Dougal of 1331 Twenty-first street N.W. died yes terday at her home after a long; illness. A native of Hancock, Md„ she lived most of her life in the District. She was a member of the Maryland Society of Colonial Dames, the Buchanan Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and St. Alban's Episcopal Church. Until she became ill she was an active member of the Woman's Auxiliary of the church and the Red Cross. Surviving are a sister. Miss Annette J. Delaplane, and two brothers, William and John Dela-, plane, all of Washington. Funeral services will be held at ; 2 p.m. tomorrow at the residence. Burial .will be private. Bikini Ships Washed To Cut Radiation By IH* A-.sQcIatad Pres* ABOARD PHOTOPLANE KAM RA-KAZE, Over Bikini, July 30.— Seven major Bikini target ships,! including the battleship New York, were given long washdowns today: in an effort to minimize their lethal radiation which thus far has kept boarding parties at a distance. The New York was listing to port ; but seemed no lower in the water.' Only the cruiser Pensacola seemed to be settling a bit. Four streams of water were playing on the New York, two each on the Pensacola,' submarines Searrvven " and Skate, two destroyers and one transport. ] The washdowns, which began at 9 a.m., still were continuing when this B-29 photographic plane left the lagoon at noon. The Nevada and Pennsylvania, both near the target center, showed no visible damage, although the Task Force Command has listed the Pennsylvania as apparently j damaged. Crewmen appeared to be board-! ing the transport APA 66 from a tug and another transport, near the fringe, had steam up. The transport Fallon still was trailing; oil and the destroyer Hughes and; submarine Dentuda, also beached.; were lying quietly nearby at the north end of Enyu Island. Six bubbles, one very large, marked the spot where the Jap anese battleship Negato sank. 1 Holbrook Gibson, Naval Captain, Dies Capt. Holbrook Gibson, 60, TJ. S. N., retired, died today at his home in Jamestown, R. I„ his sister, Miss Kate Gibson, 2131 Florida avenue N.W., said. Capt. Gibson was bom at Pensa cola, Fla., the son of the late Rear Admiral and Mrs. William C. Gib son. He was graduated from the Naval Academy in 1909 and served in the submarine service during the first World War. After tha^ war. he helped to bring German sub marines here for study by American naval experts. He retired five years ago. Surviving besides his sister, Miss Kate Gibson, are a son, Holbrook Gibson, jr„ Pittsburgh; a daughter. Miss Elizabeth D. Gibson, James town; three other sisters, Mrs. Al bert T. Church, wife of Rear Ad miral Church, retired, of Annapolis, Md.; Mrs. W. T. Tarrant, wife of Vice Admiral Tarrant, retired, and Miss Elizabeth Gibson, both of Washington, and a grandson. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Burial will be Thursday in Arlington Cemetery. Mrs. Macomb Dies at 89; Daughter of D. C. Banker Mrs. Ella C. Macomb, 89, daughter of the late John C. McKelden, who was a founder and first president of the Second National Bank and a onetime auditor of the District, died today at her home, 3415 Massa chusetts avenue N.W. Born in Washington, she was the widow of Lt. Col. Augustus C. Ma comb, U. S. A., who died in 1932. They were married in 1881 and dur ing his Army career she accom panied him to posts throughout the country. On his retirement in 1919, they returned to the District and made their home at the Massachu setts avenue address. Mrs. Macomb was the last of 14 children. She is survived by three sons, Capt. Alexander Macomb, U. S, N., retired, and Philip Livingston Macomb, both of Washington, and Lt. Col. John Gordon Macomb, U. S. A., retired, of Guerneville, Calif. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. The Army has built stills to re claim cleaning fluid with only a 10 per cent loss. E^mmaxvxv HepplC'cVhltC Bedroom • • • achieve a bedroom of dignity and comfort with these three lovely pieces. Superbly built with the charming Hepplewhite details and topped with mahogany veneers. Bed, Chest and Dresser pictured, priced at only . . . *169 Restful Boxspring and Mattress A duet that spells sleeping comfort! Innerspringt in both units. Durable stripe ticking_$79 Quality thru and thru! Chintz Chair Boudoir Chair with fan back. Spring base. In gay, colorful chintz. $24-50 BUDGET TERMS ARRANGED ^SIWCEI88S j Downtown Store Closed Saturday ^cniuvuvxvxv 7th and Eye Streets, 8435 Georgia Ave. Open 9:30 A M. In 6 P.M. Open 9:30 AM. In 9 PM.