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ANDERSON. HENRY JAMES. On Tum Sajv August 20, 1940. at his residence. tmc Girard st, n.e.. HENRY JAMES AN DERSON. husband of Edwardie Mary An llerson and the father of Dr. James Earl derson. Also surviving are a sister, s Mary Brooks of Philadelphia: daugh -in-lasr. Mrs. Elisabeth Barnes Ander i. other relatives and friends. Notice funeral later. Arrangementa by Me tre (Baltimore, Md.. papers please ropy i 21 BAKER. MILTON JOHNSON On Mon day. August 19. 1940. at Oallinger Hos pital. MILTON JOHNSON BAKER of 3910 North Oth st., Arlington. Vg , beloved hus band of Alice Murana Baker and father of Michael Benjamin Baker. He also is survived by his father. Henry M. Baker: stepmother. Edith Baker: two sisters. Mrs. Ida Morris and Mrs. Pearl Miller, all of Salem. Ind Remains resting at the Ives Funeral Home. SS47 Wilson blvd, Arlington. Va., where funeral services will be held Wednesday. August 21. at 2 p.m Interment Salem. +nd. (New York papers please copy ) BOWMAN. VANCE. On Sunday. August 18, 1946. VANCE BOWMAN of 1336 11th bt. n.w, husband of Pearl L Bowman and ton of Susana Bowman Also surviving are St? sister?, two brothers and many other relatives and friends. Prom 2 p.m. till 10 p m Tuesday. August 20. friends may Call at the Dovie G. Brooks Funeral Horne. 1200 Florida ave. n.w. Funeral and inter ment August 23. at Newberry, S. C. 20 . r- BROWN. C. ARTHUR. On Monday. Au gust 19. 1946. C. ARTHUR BROWN, the •eloved husband of Edith M. Brown, brother •f Grace M. Baker of Arlington. Va.. and Mary Cockrell of Hunter. Va Funeral from his late residence. 211 13th st. s.e. •n Thursday. August 22. at 12.15 pm. thence to Fort M.ver Chapel, where services Mil be held at 1 p.m Relatives and friends invited Interment at Arlington National Cemetery. 21 ] ! BROWN, C. ARTHUR. Guards of Honor; If District of Columbia American Legion I will assemble at the residence of our late brother. C. ARTHUR BROWN. 211 13th st s.e.. on Wednesday. August 21, 1946, at 8 p.m.. for services. * BROWN. MABEL. On Sunday, August 18. 1946, at Freedmen’s Hospital. MABEL BROWN, wife of the late Ernest Brown fehe is survived by two daughters. Narcia, £ranch- 1703 8th st. n.w . and Audrey webb; two sons. Warden and Ernest Brown; i sister. Florence Baker of Purcellville. va and other relatives and friends Friends tnay call after 4 p.m. Tuesday. August 20. at the Allen Morrow. Inc,. Funeral1 Home. 1326 V st. n.w., wnere funeral serv ices will be held Wednesday, August 21. at 41 a m. Interment Lincoln. Va. BYRD- MARY .!ANF.. On Monday. Au gust 19. 1946. at her residence. RFD No l. Ryattsville. Md. (Riggs road'. MARY JANE BYRD, beloved mother of Mrs. Herman i Scheaich, Mrs. Sarah Kelly. Mrs. Alfred; Bcheuch. Mrs. Thelma Martin. Miss Emma Byrd. Wills M . David H and Albert T Byrd; stepmother of Mrs. R. L. McCary and Hannon C. Byrd and sister of Henry Perry. Remains resting at Chambers’ Funeral' Home, 1400 Chapin st. n.w. Funeral Thurs-! #ay. August 22. at 2 p.m Interment i Ceorge Washington Memorial Cemetery. 21 u/i.iitL.c'. trttu. n. un oaiuraa.v, au , r gust 17, 1946. at Mount Alto Hos-i Pital. EARL H DANIELS, the be ' loved husband of Nellie E Dan iels and father of Carlson B Daniels and grandfather of Dan s'' Jackie ana Patty Daniels. Remains testing at Chambers' Funeral home. 517, 11th st. s.e.. until Wednesday. August 51. »' 8:30 a m Mass at Fort Myer Chapel Sit 9 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 50 i DICKSON, ALEXANDER. SR. On Sun day. August 18. 1946. at Gallinger Hos pital. ALEXANDER DICKSON. Sr of 5451 East Capitol st.. son of the iate Robert and Mary E Dickson, beloved hus band of Mary Teresa Dickson (nee Brax-1 tom. loving father of Alexander, Jr.: Thad- ( deus. Albert and Angella Dickson: brother of Robert. Thomas. William. Albert and Clarence Dickson of Cleveland, Ohio: brother-in-law of Mrs. Angella B. Bishop. William G. Braxton and Mable, Josephine. Ada and Alice Dickson; father-in-law of Evelyn J Dickson Also surviving are his nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. Friends are invited to call at his late residence after 4 p.m. Wednesday Euneral from Asbury Methodist Church. 11th and K sts. n.w . on Thursday. August 22. at 1 p.m. Interment Harmony Cem etery. Arrangements by McGuire 21 DUNBAR. ISABELLA. On Monday. Au gust 12, 1946. at Prestwick, Scotland. ISA BELLA DUNBAR of 41ft(t Oliver st.. Hyatts-1 ville, Md„ beloved wife of William Dunbar I and mother of James Dunbar Notice of Interment later at Fort Lincoln Cemetery.: FABRIZZI. ALBERT V. On Sundav. Au gust 18, 1946. at Walter Reed General' Hospital. ALBERT V. FABRIZZI. Funeral and Interment Butler. Pa. Services bv, Chambers FIELDING. SARAH. On Tuesday. Au gust 20. 1946. SARAH FIELDING of 158 R st. n.e . wife of the late W Fielding, mother of the late Leonard J Fielding Mrs i Annie L. Holder. William H. Fielding and Ethel F. Fielding. Services at the S. H Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st nw , on Thursday. August 22. at 11:30: « m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 21 : FISHER. BENJAMIN. On Sunday. Au gust 18. 194R. at Gallinger Hospital, BEN JAMIN FISHER of 723 18th st. n.e . father of Edward. Franklin and James Fisher, and brother of Agnus. John Maurice and william Fisher. Also surviving are his grandchildren, sisters-in-law. other rela tives and many friends. Friends are in vited to rail at his late residence after 6 p.m Tuesday Requiem mass will be cel ebrated at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. New Jersey and New York aves. n w . on Thursday. August 22. at Pam. Interment i Mount Olivet Cemetery. Arrangements bv McGuire 21 FLOYD. BESSIE A. On Monday August 19. 1946. at her residence 115 Longfel low st. n.w. BESSIE A FLOYD, sister of Mrs Dazte Whall Mrs. Margaret Him melberger. Mr. Joseph Anderson. Mrs Mamie Wilson. Mrs Hattie Watson and Mr. Leroy Morgan. Services at the S. H Hines Co. Funeral Horre. 2901 14th st n w.. on Thursday. August 22. at 1 p.m. Interment at Glenwood Cemetery. 22 GOUGH. NELLIE H. Suddenly, on Mon- i day, August 19, 1946 at Ocean City. Md Mrs. NELLIE H. GOUGH of Washington, D C . and Bluemont. Va . beloved wife of Eugene H Gough, mother of Leroy and Gaines Gough and grandmother of Bar bara Gough. Funeral Friday in Boones ville, Ind. 21 HAND. MARY. On Monday. August 19, ■ 1946, at the home of her beloved sis-1 ter. Mrs. Elizabeth Gillette. 3928 Me-1 Kinley at n w , Mias MARY HAND Re mains resting at the Bethesdi-Chevy: Chase Funeral Home of Wm Reuben Pum phrey until 1:30 p.m Tuesday. August ~0 Funeral services ar.d interment Blr- * mingham. Ala. HILL. GERl'RUDE G. On Sundav. Au gust 18. 1946. GERTRUDE G HILL of 5307 I4th st. n w . daughter of the la;e Mrs Julia A. Hill Remains resting at the S H Hines Co Funeral Home. 2901 14th $* n.w.. until 1 pm Tuesday. Service And interment Aberdeen. 8 Dak 20 HOisDEN. JOHN HERBERT On Mon day. August 19, 194«. at Mount Alto Hospital. JOHN HERBERT HOLDEN, beloved husband of Eva June Holden Remains resting at Chambers' Georgetown Funeral Home 31st and M sts. n.w . until Tuesday. August 20, at 4 p.m. Interment Supply, X. C. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. • J. William Lee’s Sons Co. 4th and Man. Am NE LL 6304 putteral Dntacrona Crematorium FRANK GEIER'S SONS CO. FU1QBIAL HOME 3605 14th St. N.W. Hobart 2326 NEW ENLARGED PARLORS Formerly at 1118 7th 8t. N W. EetahUehed 1881 I In Com of Death One of the Lertert Undertaker* In the World. Complete Funereli $95 to $2,000 j Tout Larot funeral Hornet Phone CO. 0432 i V. L. SPEAREC0. Neither euceeuor to nor connected with the orlflnal W R. Speare eetebliehment. 1009 H St. N.W. FUNERAL DESIGNS. 3lackisUne. Inc. ■V**" BEAUTIFUL FLORAL TRIBUTES, $5 up __ Phone and Charge It CHACONAS BEAUTIFUL FLORAL PIECES Flower* Telegraphed Aeywhere $5—$7.50—$10 DELIVERED 25DO 14th ST N.W COLUMBIA 9775 C & C FLOWER STORES FLO SAL SPRAT S3.M (JP DELITEKCI Chare. Aeceaate Invited. Two Convenient Locations 888 14th St. KB ME. 7481 >78 P N.W.Ml T—4 GEO. C. SHAFFER, Inc. ^DEHATE1 PRIcSb^HOmFuA* OlOA Cor. 14th fir Eye and Sunday,* GUDE BROS. CO. Foneral Piece* * F St N tf Watl.nal WV _CEMETERY LOTS. TERY LOT—Port Lincoln Cemetery. Ite*. $400 ctsh. Cell MR. CONWAY, x 5678 »fter 9 p m_ 72* IMETEHY LOT.—Port Lincoln Cemetery eitet. $400 ce,h Cell MR. CONWAY. ■ex. 59/8 after 6 p.m. 22* SralljiJ HOBEN. FRANCIS MICHAEL. On Mon day, August 19. 1946. FRANCIS MICHAEL HOBEN of Woodley Park Towers, beloved husband of Patricia C. Hoben and fathei of Frances Patricia Hoben: brother of Mrs. Wallace Purrington. Portsmouth. N. H Friends may call at the S. H Hines Co Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w Visit ing hours Tuesday, August 20. 7 p.m. to 1(1 pm.: Wednesday. 4 p.m. to 9 p.m Fu neral services Friday. August 23. at 9:3(1 am. at Cook Funeral Chapel. 900 Mad ison ave., Albany. N. Y. 21 HOPKINS. JOHN TAYLOR. 4th. Or Saturday, August 17, 1946. at Jackson ville. Fla . JOHN TAYLOR HOPKINS. 4th. of 906 Gallatin st n.w . beloved son o! Mrs. Agnes and John Hopkins, 3rd. Re 1 mams resting at the S. H Hines Co. Fu neral Home. 2001 I4th at. n.w Funeral services at the Central Presbyterian Church. 15th and Irving sts. n.w. on Wednesday. August 51. at 2 p.m. Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 21 HUNT. FANNIE L On Saturday. August 17. 1946. at 1725 H st n.w.. FANNIE L HUNT, beloved wife of Chestlne B. Hunt Surviving are eight children, sisters, broth ers. other relatives and many friends Interment at Disputants. Va . Thursday August 22. Arrangements by McGuire. 20 JENIFER. THERESA BOND. beloved mother of Virginia A. Bond and daughter of James H and Mattie Bond. She leaves five brothers and one sister. Services by W E, and G. L. Better. Notice of funeral later. • JOHNSON. HELEN L. On Sunday. Au gust IS. 1946. HELEN L JOHNSON. 1931 17th st n.w.. wife of the late Robert John son and mother of Mrs. Anne D. Murphy and Robert M. and John W. Johnson. Also surviving are a sister, Mrs. Elisabeth Wil liams ot High Point, N. C : two nieces. Mrs. Carrie Lloyd and Mrs. Laura Stephen son. and other relatives and many friends After noon Wednesday friends are invited to call at the McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th st n.w. Services Thursday. August 22. at Vermont Avenue Baptist Church at 2 p.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. 21 JOHNSTON. CORA E On Monday Au gust 19. 1946. CORA E JOHNSTON of o315 42nd st n.w.. beloved wife of John w. Johnston and mother of Leighton W Johnston and Mrs. Imogene J. Mayer. Also surviving are two grandchildren. John William and Carella Mayer Services at (he S. H Hines Co Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n w.. on Wednesday. August 21. at 3 p.m. Interment Glenwood Ceme tery, LockDort. N. Y. 21 KEYS. KATTIE E. Suddenly, on Mon day. August III. 1946, at Alexandria Hos pital. KATTIE E. KEYS, beloved wife of Eastman Keys. She also is survived by two daughters. Mrs. Katherine Raines of Washington. D C., and Mrs. Margaret Smith of Dumfries. Va : two sisters, Mrs Grover Abel of Fredericksburg. Va.. and Mrs. Emily Charles of North Bergen. N. J.. and one brother. Mr. Cyrus GrafTan of Laurel. Va. Remains resting at hei late residence. Dumfries. Va. Funeral sendees Wednesday. August 21. at 2 p.m.. at the Dumfries Methodist Church. In terment Dumfries Cemetery Relatives and friends invited. Services by the Hall Funeral Home, Occoquan. Va. (Richmond papers please copy.) KING. MASTER CHARLES DAVID. De parted this life on Saturday. August 17. 1946. a! Gallinger Hospital. MASTER CHARLES DAVID KING, loving son of Mrs. Rosa King and brother of Mrs. Lossie Cuflle of Washington and Mrs. Marie Fayne, Mrs. Izonia McKnight and Mrs. Rosa Push of Alexandria. Va He also is survived by five brothers-in-law and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call on Tuesday. August 20. after ft p.m . at the John T Rhines <fc Co. Puneral Home. 221 N. Patrick st Alexandria, Va Fu neral Thursday. August 22. at 1:30 p.m from the above funeral home. Elder Barber officiating. Interment Union Cemetery. Alexandria. Va, LEE. ISABELLE W. On Monday. August 19. 1946, at Shadow Lawn. Falls Church. Va.. ISABELLE W. LEE Remains resting si Pearson s Funeral Home, 472 Washing ton st.. Falls Church. Va where funeral services will be held Thursday. August -22. st 4 p m. Services private. MANGUM. RILEY E. On Monday. Au gust 19. 1946. RILEY E MANGUM of 1019 llth st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Frazier s Funeral Home. Inc. MILLER. BESSIE. On Monday. August 19. 1946. BESSIE MILLER, beloved wife of the late Walter Miller, ,ir. She also is sur vived by four sisters. Mrs. Rose Gold. Mrs. Bertha Holaber. Mrs Annie Horovitz of Washington and Katie Levison of New York City: three brothers. Mr. Nathan Bolaber. Ernest Holaber of Washington, ind Mrs Joseph Holaber of Miami Beach Fla Services a,t the Goldberg Funeral Borne 4217 9th'st. n.w.. on Wednesday. August 21. at 1 pm Inte.ment B'nai Israel Cemetery. Oxon Hill. Md. MITCHELL. GEORGE WILLIAM. Sud denly. on Sunday. August 18. 4 946. at his i esidence. 622 Gresham pi. n.w.. GEORGE WILLIAM MITCHELL, beloved husband of Ida Pearl Mitchell and devoted father of Yirgioia Carroll and George A Mitchell, rhe remains of the late Mr. Geoige William Mitchell may be viewed at the Taft H Williams Funeral Home. 1702 12th st. n.w . ifter ft p m. Tuesday. August 20. Funeral Wednesday. August 21. at 1 pm from he above-named funeral home Relatives 1 ind friends are invited to attend. Inter-' ■nent Lincolh Memorial Cemetery. * NUTTALL, JOHN JOSEPH. on Mon day. August 19. J 946. at the Washington 3anitarlum and Hospital. Takoma Park. Md.. JOHN JOSEPH NUTTALL. beloved husband of Nora M. Nuttall. Washington Grove. Md.: -lather of John Joseph Nut tall. jr . in the United States service, and Mrs. Edwin Schwer. Mrs. Edgar E Hayes and Miss Joy Nuttall Mr. Nuttall rests at Gartner s Funeral Home. Gaithersburg Md . where funeral services will be held Wednesday. August 21. at 2:30 p.m. In terment Forest Oak Cemetery O'BRIEN. JOHN JOSEPH RALPH. Sud denly. on Monday. August 19. 1946. at his residence. 3533 16th st. n.w . JOHN JO SEFH RALPH O'BRIEN, beloved son of Catherine and the late Patrick L. O Brien Funeral from Gelers' Funeral Home. 3605 14th si. n.w.. on Wednesday. August 21. at 8:30 a m. Requiem mass at the Shrine of the Sacred Heart at 9 a.m Interment (privatei Mount Olivet Cemetery. OLIVER. HARRY L. On Tuesday. Au gust 20. 1946. at his residence, 306 Mont gomery »t.. Alexandria. Va . HARRY L. OLIVER, beloved brother of Mrs. Lottie V. Futrell and son of the late Benjamin F. and Mary V. Oliver. Services at Cham bers' Funeral Home. 517 llth st. it., on Thursday, August 22, at 2:30 p.m Inter ment Washington National Cemetery. 22 PAPASIAN. LUCY. On Sunday. August IS. 1946. LUCY PAPASIAN of 1454 Clifton it. n.w . beloved mother of Mrs S. Kavald ian and Mr Vahan Papasian. Services it the 8. H Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 : 14th st. n.w on Wednesday. August 21. it 2 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cem aery no KAKI.ATO. r ZEDIN ANDO. On Sunday. August 18. 1948. FERDINANDO PARLATO ’I JJ N Capitol st.. beloved husband it Th-resa Paria'o and lather of Thomas ind Teddy Parlato. Mrs Agatha De Bello ind Miss Constance Farlalo Services at he s. H. Hines' Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Wednesday. August 21. at' 9 30 a.m: thence to the Holy Rosary; Jhurch- 229 F st. n.w . where the holy1 sacrifice of the mass will be offered at 10 a.m for the repose of his soul. In ermem St. Mary s Cemetery. 20 PHAIR. BESSIE L. On Sunday. August. L8. 1948. at Honey Brook. Pa., BESSIE L ’HAIR (nee Willlamst. beloved wife of the ate Frank G Phair of 8pencerville. Mont lomeiy County. Remains resting at Don ildson s Funeral Home. Laurel, Md. Fu leral services at the Free Methodist Jhurch, Spencervilie, on Wednesday. Au [USt 21. at 2 p m Interment in Burtons ,'ille Cemetery, Burtonsville, Md. 20 PIERI, PALMIRA. On Saturday. Au ?ust IT, 1948. at her residence. 215 K si n.e ■ PALMIRA PIERI. beloved wife of Jacob Fieri and mother of Mrs Anita Vanne. John. Reno, Aldo and Robert Pieri. Punera) from the Timothy Hanlon Funeral i Home. 841 H st. n.e., on Wednesday, Au gust 21, at 8:30 am High requiem mass! at Holy Rosary Church at 9 a.m Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends are invited. 20 POWERS, BEAL L, Suddenly, on Sat-' urday. August IT. 1948. at, Baltimore. Md . BEAL L. POWERS of 2734 Sherman ave.i n.w . beloved husband of Lillian S. Powers and brother of Dr. Lorenzo M Powers of Washington D C . and Charles W. and Marion D. Powers of Missouri. Also sur viving are other relatives and many friends After 1 p.m. Tuesday friends are Invited to call at the McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th st n.w . where services will be held on Wednesday. August 21, at. 1 p.m. In terment Arlington National Cemetery. 20 POWERS. BEALE L. The comrades of James Reese Europe Post. No 5. Inc., will assemble for Le ■ gion services for our late com rade, BEALE L. POWERS, at McGuire's Funeral Home. 1820 Mth st. n.w., Tuesday, August 20, 1948. at 8 p.m. WALTER A JACKSON, Commander. GEORGE N. AMY, Assistant Adjutant. RANDALL. WILLIAM. JR. Departed this life on Saturday. August 17. 1948, WIL LIAM RANDALL, Jr., beloved husband of Mamie Ellen Randall He also is survived by eleven children, seventeen grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends Friends may call on Tuesday. August 20. after 5 p m . at the John T. Rhlnes & Co Funeral Home. 221 N. Patrick st.. Alexan dria. Va Funeral Wednesday. August 21, si 2 p.m . from the Oakland Baptist Church Seminary Va . Rev. Luther H Mills officiating. Interment church cem etery. SCHULZE. PAUL CARL. On Monday. August 19 1948. PAUL CARL SCHULZE of 3224 Wisconsin ave. n.w . beloved hus band of Nellie Schulze and father of Rich ard P Schulze, brother of William A. and Jacob W 8chul2e of Chicago. III. Also survived by two grandchildren, Richard P . Jr . and Charles H. Schulze Services st Hines' Funersl Home. 2901 14th st. n.w . on Thursday. August 22, at 2 p.m. 21 SEGRAVES. HILDA M. On Monday Au gust 19. 1948. HILDA M. SEGRAVES of 1331 Fort Stevens drive n.w . wife of Maurice F Segraves. mother of Fletcher P. Segraves and daughter of J F. Coral Powell Services and interment Stokes dale. N. C. SMITH. GEORGE W. On Monday. Au gust 19. 1948. at his residence. 1862 Co lumbia rd. n.w.. GEORGE W. SMITH, be loved son of the late Joho W. and Cath erine A. Smith and brother of May Smith. Funeral from the T. F. Costello Funeral Home. 1722 North Capitol st., on Wednes day. August 21. at 8:30 a.m. Requiem mass at St. Paul's Church at 9 a.m Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 20 SMITH. GEORGE WILLIAM. Members of Washington Council, No. 224. Knights of Columbus, are noti fied of the death of Brother _ GEORGE WILLIAM SMITH and y are requested to meet at Cos teUo's Funeral Parlor. 1722 N Capitol st,. at 8 pm. Tuesday August 20, 1948 for recitation of prayers. WILLIAM A KEHOE. Grand Kniaht. I FRANCIS 6. OBOLD, Fin. Secty. 20 i Maj. Brown of Air Forces Here Killed in Plane Crash Maj. Charles W. Brown, deputy chief of the review and reactivation section at Army Air Force head quarters here since January, was the pilot killed in a plane crash Sunday night near Martinsburg, Pa„ the War Department disclosed today. Maj. Brown, 28 years old and holder of the DSC, Silver Star and Air Medal with five clusters for bravery in Pacific campaigns dur ing the war, was flying from Smyrna, Tenn., to Bolling Field when his P-51 struck a heavily wooded mountain 5 miles east of the Martinsburg airport, j Identification was not announced until notification of his wife, Mrs. | Helen H. Brown, who lives in Los Angeles. Maj. Brown had tempo rary quarters in Fairlington. He was a native of Waldo, Ark., and I served with the 13th Air Force in ' the Pacific from 1942 through 1944. Srattjfl SMITH. GEORGE W. Comrades of the Retired Firemen’s Association will assemble at the Costello V Funeral Home. 1722 N. Capitol i.H. i.w., at 8:30 a m. Wednes day, August 21. 1046. to attend the funeral of our late brother. GEORGE W. SMITH J. M JAMIESON. President. L. V. COX. Secretary. SMITH, SADIE. On Saturday. August 17. 1946. at her residence, 70 S st. n.w , SADIE SMITH, sister of Marlon and Wilbur Cunningham, sister-in-law of Marietta Shell. Many other relatives and friends also survive. After S p m Tuesday. Au gust 20. friends may call at Frazier’s Fu neral Home. 389 R. I. ave n.w.. where funeral services will be held on Wednesday. August 21. at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 20 SMITH. SARAH PHILOMENA. On Sun day. August 18. 1946, SARAH PHILOMENA SMITH, beloved step-daughter of Mrs. Annie E. Smith and sister of H. M. Smith. Also surviving are other relatives and many friends. After noon Tuesday. August 20. friends are Invited to call at the McGuire Funeral Home, 1820 9th st n.w. Requiem mass will be offered at 8t.. Augustine’s Catholic Church Wednesday. August 21, at 10 a m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 20 SMITH. SARAH PHILOMENA. Members of St. Augustine's Sodality are requested to meet at the McGuire Funeral Home Tuesday. August 20, 1946. at 8 p.m . to recite the Rosary MISS CARRIE BLOISE. Prelect. MRS. SARAH M. BROWN, Secretary. » SMITH. PHILOMENA. Officers and members of Willing Helpers' Association are requested to attend the funeral of our late sister. Miss PHILOMENA SMITH, on Wednesday. August 21. 1046, from St. Augustine's Church at 10 a.m. . JOSEPHINE BUTLER. President. BEATRICE R. RICHARDSON. Rec. Sec. SMOLYN. NICHOLAS. On 8unday. Au gust 18, 1946. at Walter Reed General Hospital NICHOLAS SMOLYN. Funeral and Inter ment Winnipeg. Canada. Serv ices by Chambers SPENCER. IRENE. The officers and members of the Teachers' Benefit Associa tion are notified of the death of Miss IRENE SPENCER. WILLIAM D NIXON. President. J. L. GRAY. Secretary. SPENCER. SERENA. On Monday. Au gust 19. 1946. at her residence. 979 Flor ida ave. n w.. SERENA SPENCER, cousin of | Mrs. Evs Dabney. Reginald Dabney. Leigh Whipper and Dr. Ionia R. Whipper Also surviving are many other relatives and friends After 3 p.m Wednesday friends are invited to call at her late residence. Funeral from St. Luke’s P. E. Church, 15th and Church sts. n.w., on Thursday, August 22. at 3:30 p.m Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements by McGuire. 21 STOMMEL. ISABELLE L. Oh Monday. August 19. 1946. at Prince Georges County Hospital. ISABELLE L. STOMMEL. beloved wife of Walter A. Stommel. mother of Alvin W. and Charles T. Stommel. Mrs. Teresa I Dowlan, Mrs. Elsie L. Glover and Mrs. Isabelle G Norrlngton: sister of Charles T. Fanning. Services at Chambers' Fu neral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Thursday, August 22. at 11:30 a.m. Interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery. 21 STOMMEL. ISABELLE L. Members ol the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Capitol Heights Volunteer Fire Department are requested to meet at the Fire House, 6:30 pm. Tuesday. August 20, 1946. to go in a body to Climbers' Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.. to pay final respects to our| departed member, Mrs. ISABELLE L STOMMEL MAGDALENE M SCHMIDT. President, j LILLIAN SCHULTZ. Secretary. SULLIVAN. MATILDA (TILLYi. Sud- j denly. on Sunday, August 18. 1946. at 1977 Biltmore SI.. Baltimore. Md.. MA-; TILDA (TILLYi SULLIVAN, beloved wife' of Nathan Sullivan and mother of Nellie Sullivan. Also survived by one sister Miss Oree Wise of New York City; two brothers. John and Levle Wise, and a host of other relstives and friends Remains j resting after 5 p.m. Tuesday. August 20.: until 6 p.m. Wednesday, at Johnson A-j Jenkins' Funeral Home 2053 Oa. ave. n.w : Funeral and Interment Thursday. August: 22. .at Batesburg. 8. C. • | WEST. WILLIAM HILLERY. On Satur-1 day. August 17. 1948. at 4:25 p.m.. at his residence. 1931 H at. n.e.. WILLIAM HIL-1 LERY WEST, beloved husband of Mrs. Elizabeth West. He slso leaves to mourn j four daughters, three sons, five grand children, two sisters, Mrs. Anna Bowie and Mrs. Brady Brown, and a host of other relatives. Friends may call at his late residence after 4 p.m. Tuesday. August 20. Funeral services Wednesday. August 21. at Allen A. M. E. Church. 25th it. and Ala bama ave. s.e., at 1 p.m., Rev. G. 8. Grant officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery, Arrangements by Robert G.! Mason. 20 WESTCOTT. WALTER THOMAS. On Monday. August 19. 1946, WALTER THOMAS WESTCOTT. beloved father of Milton R and Lawrence L. Westcott and Mrs. Marion L. Green. Friends may call at the Birch Funeral Home. 3034 M at. n w Notice of services later. Please omit flowers. WHITING. 8ERGT. LAWRENCE F. On Monday. August 19. 1948. at Wal-1 ter Reed General Hospital. Sergt. j LAWRENCE F. WHITING. U. 8. A i Funeral and interment Bridgeton.! Me. Services by Chambers. WILLIAMS. CORINNE CAMPBELL. On Monday. August 19. 1946. at her residence.; 1235 Madison st. n.w.. CORINNE CAMP BELL WILLIAMS, wife of the late George Francis Williams and mother of Ernest j Francis. Laurence, Leighton. Helen Camp-: bell. Ralph Irwin Williams and Mrs Enid Williams Staley; sister of Mary Bell and Harry Hamilton Campbell. Mrs. Eugene W Bond, the iate Rev Irwin Campbell and: grandmother of Mary Elizabeth David Van-I dergrift. 8teven Ernest Williams and 8u zanne Staley Friends may call at Ogwler’s. 1,58 Pa. ave. n.w. Services at Takoma Park Presbyterian Church, corner Maple i and Tulip aves., Wednesday. August 21. at 2:30 P.m. Interment Olenwood Cemetery, j in HUmnrtam BOSTIC. MARY E. In loving memory of our dear mother and grandhtother MARY E. BOSTIC, who departed this life twelve years ago today. August 20. 1034. DEVOTED DAUGHTER AND GRANDCHIL DREN. • EAVES. ROSE HOUGHTON. In sad but loving memory of our darling daughter and sister. ROBE HOUGHTON EAVES, who passed away one year ago today, Au gust 20, 1045. LOVING MOTHER AND BROTHERS. • EAVES. ROSE HOUGHTON. In sad but loving remembrance of my very dear friend. ROSE HOUGHTON EAVES, who entered into eternal rest one year ago today. August 20, 1045. The fairest rose was the first to fall, The sweetest first to fade; The fondest, the dearest, the best of all. In God's care at rest was laid. But in God s garden free from pain, Where grows His fairest flowers, I know that we shall meet again, This fairest rose of ours. A VERY DEVOTED FRIEND. J. H. DAVIS • GOULD. SAUL. In sad but loving mem ory of our dear husband and father. SAUL GOULD, who departed this life August 20. 1044. In Boston, Mass. Gone is the father we loved so dear. Silent is his voice we loved to hear; Tls sad. but true, we wonder why, The best are always first to die. WIFE AND CHILDREN. • GRINNELL. BLANCHE ALEXANDER. In memory of our sister, BLANCHE ALEX ANDER GRINNELL, who passed away Au gust 20, 1035, eleven years ago today. Gone, but not forgotten. SISTER AND BROTHER. PEARL AND WILLIAM DUNAWAY. MULLEN, SAMUEL RODGERS. A trib ute of love to the memory of my beloved husband. SAMUEL RODGERS MULLEN, who passed sway five years ago today. August 20. 1041. Treasured thoughts of one so dear. As I miss you through another year. DEVOTED WIFE, BERTHA. • MULLEN, SAMUEL R. In sad but lov* reJ1*n,^C.*n£* o! our d**r father. SAM UEL R. MULLEN, who departed this life five years ago today. August 20, 1041. God has taken him by the hand To lead him to a happier land: , Though his body to rest has gone. In our memory he lives on and on. HIS CHILDREN. LILLIAN AND HARRY. • RICHARDSON, JAMES W. In loving! memory of our dear husband, son ana brother. JAMES W. RICHARDSON, who passed into eternal rest one year ago to day. August 20, 1845. They say time heals a broken heart, j But this seems so untrue; For one year our hearts are still aching. j Dear James, just for you. YOUR DEVOTED WIFE AND FAMILY. • SCHLOSBERG, FANNIE. In loving mem ory of FANNIE SCHLOSBERG. who de parted this life six years ago today. Au gust 20, 1940. You are not forgotten, loved one. Nor will you ever be; As long as life and memory last We will remember thee. LOVING SONS. MAURICE AND LEO. AND SISTER, SARAH LEVY, AND ANNA BERNSTEIN. • SCHMIDT. CHRISTINE KRAFTHOFER. , In sad but loving memory_of our (dear ' mother. CHRISTINE KRAFTHOFER SCHMIDT, who departed this life four | years ago today. August 20. 1942. Gone, but not forgotteV HER DEVOTED DAUGHTER. MARIE PAP8T: SON. LUDWIG KKAET * HOFER. • 4 f Georgia Spearheads Fight to Destroy Resurgent Klan (Second of Six Articles.) By Henry Lesesne Associated Press Correspondent ATLANTA, Aug. 20.—Georgia is the birthplace of the Ku Klux Klan, and it. is here that the big fight to destroy the hooded order is taking shape. The modern Klan came into be ing on Thanksgiving night, 1915, on Stone Mountain near Atlanta. In the early 1920s, it mushroomed into a national organization. It was at the base of this same; chunk of granite that the State order, apparently defunct a few years back, was revived in October of last year. Even at that time—before a mass full-regalia initiation meeting lastj spring drew the spotlight on thej resurgent Klan—the Georgia Grand; Dragon claimed a membership of; 20.000. The Grand Dragon, Dr. Sam-1 uel Green, an Atlanta physician,! hasn’t been giving out any mem bership figures lately, but he in timates the Georgia members now number several times that many. Disclaims Lawlessness. Last month, after Georgia nomi-! nated red-gallused Gene Talmadge for Governor in the Democratic pri mary—the actual Georgia election —Dr. Green estimated 100,000 Klansmen or former Klansmen helped elect him. Mr. Talmadge and the Klan have the same openly professed aim—to maintain the Southern tradition of white supremacy. Dr. Green dis claims for the Klan any Jew. Cath olic or CIO baiting. He insists his i order is law-abiding and has as much right to exist as the Masons. To various charges or insinuations that the Klan might be involved In intimidation or terrorization of minority groups, Dr. Green replies: Preposterous. No telling what well be accused of next." Soon after the recent lynching of four Negroes in Monroe County by an unmasked band of white men, Dr. Green issued a statement saying the Klan had nothing to do with it and deploring sucti lawlessness. The Klan was revived in Georgia at about the same time the CIO was mapping its organization campaign in the South and at the time the Negro was being given the green light to vote in the primaries. Newspapers Aid Fight. The fight on the Klan in Georgia is supported by the newspapers gen erally. It is spearheaded by Gov. Arnall, who had the State legal de partment prepare a suit to revoke the Klan charter. The suit, in Fulton County <At lantal Superior Court, probably will be heard in the fall. Dr. Green says his "Association of i Georgia Klans” has no legal connec-' tion with the old “ipvisible empire”! of the Knights of the Klu Klux j Klan. The old KKK went underground in 1944. The Federal Government! was after it with a tax bill for; *600,000. A lien for this has re cently been filed in Atlanta. Until 1942, the Klan maintained national: headquarters here. Profiting Charged. Dan Duke, an assistant attorney general who prosecuted some Klanj flogging cases here a few years ago.i is handling the State’s suit against the present organization. He terms the Klan "the ragtag and bobtail of the old order” and says that Dr.' Green's claims of no connection with the old Klan interferes not at! all with the suit. Gov. Arnall says the Klan has violated the nonprofit and non political provisions of its charter. He also charges it has engaged in unlawful acts—charges that Dr. Green denies. In its suit, the State charges the Klan’s ultimate aim is to force its doctrines upon the State of Geor gia by “violence, terrorism and hate” and to organize police officers, taxi cab drivers and others so it can seize the State government. Comedian Rags Ragland Dies of Long Illness By th« Associated Pre*» HOLLYWOOD. Aug. 20.—Come jinn John (Rags) Ragland, 40, who rose from* burlesque to Broadway »nd the movies, died this morning In Cedars of Lebanon Hospital after: m Illness of several months. Mr. Ragland, whost last movie was “Hoodlum Saint,” first achieved stardom on Broadway In “Panama Hattie.” His first movie was “Whis tling In the Dark,” in 1941. A memorial service is tentatively scheduled here later this week, fol lowed by burial in Louisville, Ky., his birthplace. His only survivor is his son John, Jr., of Louisville. C. & 0. to Reduce Service RICHMOND, V&., Aug. 20 </P).— Authority was granted the Chesa peake it Ohio Railway by the State Corporation Commission yesterday to discontinue after next Sunday its Richmond-Charlottesville train known as the second section of No.! HI; I CONSTIPATION BOTHERED HIM FOR 25 YEARS Famous Cereal Keeps Him \ Regular Without Harsh Laxatives Have you sought in vain for constipation relief? Then read this unsolicited letter: "I suffered from constipation for 2* year*. I tried almost everything—from pills to enemas. Then, in INI, 1 threw away harsh laxatives and started eating Kellogg's ALL-BRAN. Sines than I have been sating It every day and have had gentle bowel movements. Mr. A. T. Holm, SI2J4 No. Mariposa Ave., Los Angeles 4. Cal. If you suffer from constipation due-to lack of bulk in the diet, you may be freed from this trouble for life—if you eat an ounce of KELLOGG’S ALL-BRAN every day, and drink plenty of water. If not completely satisfied, after ten days’ trial, send empty package to Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan. You will receive double your money back. ALL-BRAN ia not a purgative—but a nutritious cereal that provides gentle bulk helpful to normal laxhtion. Eat ALL-BRAN every day as a deli cious cereafc-or in muffins. Get ALL-BRAN at your gro cer’s. Made by Kellogg’s of Battle Creek and Omaha. i Col. Charles S. Diehl, 92, Dies; Was Publisher, AP Executive mj "iw mtuiiuiwa rrm SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Aug. 20.— Col. Charles S. Diehl, 92, former as-j sistant general manager of the' Associated Press and one of the Na tion's early star reporters, died at: his home here yesterday. Col. Diehl was publisher of the San Antonio Light from 1911 until! 192,4. Funeral services are planned ten-l tatively for tomorrow. Col. Diehl remembered the Abra ham Lincoln-Stephen Douglas de bate and sold copies of the Tribune and Times on the streets of his home! town, Ottawa, fll., during the Civil War. •When he was 84 he made his last trip to New York and stirred old lucuivi icn bv Mic oomi annum iiirci* ing of the modem Associated Press Col. Diehl inspected the new ma chinery of modem news gathering and dissemination in the general offices of the AP in New York. ‘‘You haven't got any bigger news stories than we had,’’ he com mented. He told of Custer's last stand, of the Spanish-American War and the 20 AP men who covered it, and of the great storm off Samoa in 1889. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. S. P. Shaw of San Antonio: seven grandchildren and five great-grand children. His wife, whom he married in Chicago September 9, 1879, died in San Antonio in May, 1937. Alan B. Neumann, 47, Is Dead in Shanghai Alan B. Neumann, 47, former president of the Maryland Oarage & Machine Co. in Silver Spring and *n employe of the Home Owners Loan Corp. for a number of years, lied Sunday in Shanghai, China, •elatives here were informed yes terday. Circumstances of his death were lot given. Mr. Neumann went to Shanghai about a month ago to ict as agent for William Hunt A Co., importer*. Bom in the District, Mr. Neu mann was a graduate of the Uni versity of Maryland and a member pf Phi Kappa Phi, national hon prary society of engineering. After his graduation, Mr. Neu mann was in business in Chicago tor a short time. He came to Silver Spring in 1921. At the HOLC he served as assistant to the director pf personnel. He enlisted in the Navy at the putbreak of the war, saw service in the South Pacific and was dis charged last year with the rank of commander. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Thelma M. Neumann, who is in Shanghai with him, and two sons by his first wife, John W. and Richard K. Neumann of Silver Spring. A sister, Mrs. Maud N. Knowles of Washington, also sur vives. Col. Albert H. Dondero Funeral Services Today Funeral services for Col. Albert H. Dondero, 67, owner of the mili tary supply store on Pennsylvania svenue that bears his name, who died Saturday at , his home in ; Vienna, Va„ was to be held at noon today at S&wler’s funeral home. Burial was to be in Arlington Cem etery. Col. Dondero was a veteran of the Spanish - American War and the World War. He also served with the Army in the Col. Dnndcro. rniuppmes ana in me uie inaian campaigns in Arizona during the early years of the century. During the World War he was an intelligence officer on the staff of Oen. Pershing ip Prance. After the war he resigned from the Army and in 1921 came to Washington and opened the military supply store at 1718 Pennsylvania avenue N.W. He was active head of the store until becoming ill a few months ago. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Margaret R. Dondero; a brother, M. A. Dondero of Royal Oak, Mich., and two sisters, Mrs. Chester Sum ner, Detroit, and Mrs. William Spangler, Vista. Calif. Autopsy Awaited in Death In Union Station Yards Dr. Christopher J. Murphy. Dep uty coroner, today will perform an autopsy on the body of James W. Cunningham. 33, of the 900 block 8ixth street N.E., a Pullman car cleaner who was employed by the Washington Terminal Co. He was pronounced dead by a terminal company physician yester day afternoon after collapsing in the yards at Union Station. Witnesses said Mr. Cunningham slumped to the ground suddenly as he passed over a 220-volt electrical charge box which is used to power air conditioning systems in the Pullman cars. The physician, however, said there was no evidence of bums on the body, and later inspection by terminal police showed the charge box was -not defective. A company electrician said there was no power in the box at the time of the death. The body was removed to District Morgue and Dr. Murphy said the autopsy will be performed to deter mine whether the dead man may have suffered a heart attack. Mrs. G. F. Williams, Music Teacher, Dies Mrs. Corine C. Williams, 77, widow of George F. Williams, lawyer and trust officer of the Lincoln National Bank and onetime auditor of the; District Court, died yesterday at her home, 1235 Madison street N.W. A native of Allegheny City, Pa , Mrs Williams was educated in the public schools of West Newton, Pa., and attended a normal school at Millersville, Pa. She and her hus band came to Washington in 18901 and Mrs. Williams attended a school for kindergarten teachers here and became the second teacher for chil dren of preschool age in Takoma Park. An accomplished pianist, she founded the White Croft Piano School here in 1918 and operated it! about 25 years. She was active in : the local music clubs and was one of the Initiators of the National Fed eration of Music Clubs and the Washlngtotn Music Teachers' Asso ciation. Mrs. Williams also was a membSr of the Takoma Park Women's Club and the Takoma Park Presbyterian Church. Surviving are three sons. Ernest F. Williams, examiner for the Dis trict Rent Control Board; Laurence L. Williams of Baltimore, and Ralph I. Williams of Washington; two daughters, Muss Helen C. Williams and Mrs. Enid W. Staley of Wash ington; two sisters, Mrs. Eugene W. Bond and Miss Mary Bell Campbell, both of Washington: a brother, Harry H. Campbell of Washington, and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at Takoma Park Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery. Paul Carl Schulze Dies; Retired GPO Employe Paul Carl Schulze, 71, retired em ploye of the Government Printing Office, died yesterday at Garfield Hospital. He lived at 3224 Wisconsin avenue N.W. Mr. Schulze retired about live years ago as assistant chief of the plate - making division of the printing office after almost 40 years’ service. He came here in 1900 from his native Chicago. He was a member of the Mount Vernon Masonic Chap Mr. tihilit. ter. Almas Temple and the Wash ington Commandery. Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Nellie Schulze; a son, Richard P. Schulze of Washington; two brothers, William A. and Jacob W. Schulze of Chicago; and two grand children. Funeral services will be held at Hines funeral home, 2901 Four teenth street N.W., with the time tentatively set for 2 p. m. Thurs day. Burial will be in Rock Creek Cemetery. Edward Steinborn Dies CINCINNATI, Aug. 20 u<P).—Ed ward Steinborn, 73, managing editor of the Cincinnati Times-Star for the last nine years, died last night. He had been in ill health for several years. Mr. Steinborn began his newspaper career as a “printer’s devil” on the old Commonwealth in Covington. Ky. The %oad ^Ahead The wiie man . . . or woman . . . prepare* for tomor row today. An Interitate Insured Savings Account will help provide you with the good things of life . . . pro tect you against unforeseen illness or misfortune. Wherever the road ahead may lead, you’ll travel with an easier mind if you have an account at Interstate. Liberal dividends every 6 months. Drop in and talk it over. No obligation. Alexander Dickson, Porter on Presidential Trains, Dies at 55 Alexander Dickson, sr., 55, colored Pullman porter who served on the President*' special trains from the time of Harding until the death of President Roosevelt, died Sunday at Gallinger Hospital. Bom in Washington, Mr. Dickson attended local schools and joined the Hillman company 33 years ago. He was assigned to President Harding's train and made the trip with him to the West Coast where the President died, Mr. Dickson also served on the Presidents' trains during the admin istrations of Coolidge and Hoover, but it was while serving the late President Roosevelt that he said he “got to see the country." He was with the President on his cross country campaign trips and said he also got to know Mrs. Roosevelt “right well.” Early in 1945 Mr. Dickson was transferred from the presidential train to regular duty on other Pull man cars, but when President Roose velt died in April, he was assigned at Mrs. Roosevelt's request to serve on the funeral train that took the body of the President to Hyde Park. Mr. Dickson lived at 5421 East Capitol street. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary T. Dickson; three sons, Alexander, jr.; Thaddeus and Albert Dickson; a daughter, Miss Angella Dickson, and four brothers, Robert. Thomas, William and Albert Dickson, all of Washing ton, and another brother, Clarence Dickson, Cleveland, Ohio Funeral services will be held at the Asbury Methodist Church. Elev enth and K streets N.W., at 1 p.m. Thursday. Burial will be in Har mony Cemetery. Col. H. E. Featherstone Rites to Be Held Today Funeral services for Col. Herbert Edwin Featherstone, 59, U. S. A., retired, who died of a heart attack in El Paso, Tex., last Friday, will be held at the Fort Myer chapel at 2 p.m. today. Burial will be in Arlington National Cemetery. Born in Leeds. Yorkshire, England, he came here with his family when 13, then moved to Richmond, Va. A captain in the famous Richmond Light Blues, a National Guard unit, his company was mobilized for duty on the Mexican border in 1915. After the World War he remained in the Army, with the rank of a major in the cavalry. During World War II he was a professor of military science at the University of Illinois and the Uni versity of Chicago as well as other institutions. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Isabel Featherstone of San Antonio Tex.: two brothers, Robert H Featherstone of Washington and John Featherstone of Norfolk, Va. and three sisters, Mrs. John H. Wat son and Mrs. George T. Santmyer. both of the District, and Mrs. John N Beady of Greensboro, N. C. Washington's Foremost Funeral Home since 1873 thi S.H.||»nc« Company FUNERAL HOME W. R. Prank Hina*, Pntident IM1-M-M-I7 r»irtMBtk StTMt N.W. No Branch Establishments Gall COluakia 7*38*4 i Rites lor George C. Glick Set lor This Afternoon | \ Funeral services for George C. Glick. 67, former Capitol guide who died Saturday at his home. 313 Seventeenth street S.E., will be held this afternoon at the Murray funeral home. Burial will be in Congres sional Cemetery'. A native of Washington. Mr. Glick was a Capitol guide for more than 30 years and in later years liked to recall the many parties he had shown through the building. He used to tell of the time he es corted Queen Liliuokalani, the last queen of the Hawaiian Islands, on a tour of the Capitol when she came to this country in the early 1900s. He said she was much impressed with the building where the laws of her country were then being made. During the recent war, Mr. Glick. who had retired as a guide, was em ployed as a guard bv the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He re signed last April. Mr. Glick was an active member of the Southeast Citizens Associa tion and once was secretary of the organization. He also was a member of the Elks. Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Anna E. Glick. three daughters. Mrs. Grace Merryman, Miss Ethel Glick and Miss Lorena Glick. all of Washington, and a son. T Sergt. Bertram S. Glick. a member of the Air Forces band at Bolling Field. 275 Taking Gl Courses In Baltimore Air Schools By th* A'*f cio»#d Pr*t» BALTIMORE, Aug. 20.—A «ur vey of Baltimore flying schools has disclosed that about 275 veterans, unable to receive flight instruction while in the service, are now learn ing to fly as civilians. They are taking their aeronauti cal training under the educational provisions of the GI Bill of Rights. Six flying schools at the city* four airports accommodate the students. iperrp&”©alsibi M MORTICIANS I U 4601 5th St. N.W. I RA. 5468 | ffarmii tith urn nnrinir imr nur mu nut I Si/mpafhtfic —. ferv/ce The secret of our suc cess lies in our earnest endeavors to serve com pletely, faithfully and sympathetically. I D€RL [ THE friuUL f EUNEKAL SIRVlCf J^.4812 Georgia Ave. N.W. • ••••• . SEE US • FOR . HOME • . LOANS • (Formerly Northern Liberty) 511 7th St. N.W. NA. 2838 WS-8-46 TODAY ...:.? 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