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TRUMAN. IDA R The family of the
late IDA R TRUMAN wishes to express
Its deep appreciation and sincere thank v
to the many friends, neighbors and rela
tives lor their kind expression of sym-l
Dathy and floral tributes in its recent:
bereavement. THE FAMILY.
day. August *20, 194d. at his residence.
1M1M Girard st. n.e . HENRY JAMES AN
DERSON. husband of Edwardie Mary An
derson and the lather of Dr. James Eari!
Anderson. Also surviving are a sister, i
Mrs. Mary Brooks of Philadelphia, daugh-1
ter-in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth Barnes Ander-!
ron. other relatives and friends. After
1 p.m Thursday, friends are invited to I
tall at the McGuire Funeral Home. J 8M<> i
Pth s' nw.. where services will be held
on Friday. August M.'l. at 1 pm Inter
ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery MM i
BRADY. LOUISE H. On Tuesday. Au
gust M<», llKrt. at •Georgetown Hospital
LOUISE H ERADY. wife of Phillip Fran-,
cis Brady of I80f> Eye s . n.w. Services1
and interment in Mobile. Ala.
BROWN. C. ARTHUR. On Monday. Au-i
Bust 1!>. 194b. C. ARTHUR BROWN, the
beloved husband of Edith M. Brown, brother
of Grace M. Baker of Arlington, Va.. and
Mary Cockrell of Hunter. Va Funeral
from his late residence. Mil J.'Uh si. s.e.,
on Thursday. August MM. at 1M:15 P.m.;
thence to Fort Myer Chapel, where services
will be held at 1 p.m Relative* and friends
invited Interment at Arlington National
Cemetery. MI
BYRD. MARY JANE. On Monday. Au
gust 19. 1948. at her residence. RFD No. I.
Hyattsville. Md. (Rises road*. MARY JANE
BYRD beloved mother of Mrs. Herman
Scheuch, Mrs. Sarah Kelly. Mrs. Alfred
Scheuch. 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 oi Henry Perry.
Remains resting a* Chambers' Funeral
Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w. Funeral Thurs
day. August ‘l‘l. at 2 p.m. Interment
George Washington Memorial Cemetery. 21 j
COOKE. A. HAMILTON. On August 10.
104 0, A HAMILTON COOKE of 11 Lilac j
lane. Manhnsset. Long Island, beloved,
husband of Herminr I Cooke, son of the
Tate former Gov. Henry D. Cooke and
brother of Mrs. Lewis S. Palen and Rear
Admiral Henry D. Cooke. U S N (re
tired'. The late Mr. Cocke reposes at
• he J J. Gallagher & Son Funeral Home.
Nor hern blvd.. Manhasse?. Long Island
Funeral Wednesday. August ’ll. at 2:20
p.m. Cremation Fresh Pond Cemetery,
interment services at Oak Hill Cemetery.
Washington, D. C . Monday, August *26.
at 11 a.rr. 122
on Monday. August 19, 194t>. JAMES W.
CUNNINGHAM oi 918 8 th st. n.e.. be
loved husband of Mrs. Annie May Cun
ningham. He also leaves six sisters, eight
brothers 8nti other relatives and Jriends.
After !•> a.m. Friday. August 23, iriends
may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral
Cmuch. 1432 You st. n.w. Funeral Satur
day. August 24. at Hi am., from the
above luneral church. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 2.2
DAVIS. ELMER 'L. On Tuesday. Au
gU'i -20. 1940. Ei-.MF.R L. DAVIS ol 340 i
29ih st n w.. husband of Wilma S Davis,
father of Barbara Davis Trimmer, brother
of Waller W. Davis, Esley E. Davis and
Mu Grace Powed. Remains resting at
ihe S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901
14th si. n.w. Services at the Grac*
Lutheran Church. 4200 16th si. n.w.. on
Thursday. August 22. at 2 p.m Inter
ment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
4av. August 18. 1940. at Gallinger Hos-!
5421 East Capitol st.. son of the late1
Robert and Mary E. D.ckson. beloveu hus- 1
band of Mary Teresa Dickson (nee Brax
ton i, 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-lav. oi Angella B Bishop, i
William G Braxton and Mable. Josephine. ;
Ada and Alice Dickson; father-in-law of
F'elyn 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.1
Funeral trom Asbury Methodist Church,
j l th and K sts. n.w . on Thursday. August'
22. at J P.m Interment Harmony Cem-,
• tery. Arrangements by McGuire. 21
FIELDING. SARAH. On Tuesday. Au- j
*ust 20. 1940. SARAH FIELDING of 158 1
r st. n.e.. wife ol the late W. Fielding,:
mother of the late Leonard J. Fielding. Mrs.!
Annie L. Holder. William H. Fielding and
Ethel F Fielding. Services at the S. H.
Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st.1
n w . on Thursday. August 22. at 1 1 :30 ;
a m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 21
gust is. 1940. at Galimser Hospital, BEN
JAMIN FISHER of 723 18th ft. 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-,
lives and many friends. Friends are in-;
vited to call at his late residence after 0;
p m Tuesday. Requiem mass will be cel-J
ebrated at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, j
New Jersey and New York aves. n.w. on;
Thursday. August 22. at 9 a m Interment j
Mount Olivet Cemetery. Arrangements by j
McGuire. 21 !
FLOYD. BESSIE A. On Monday. August'
19 1940. at her residenc-. 115 Longfel- [
low st. n.w. BESSIE A FLOYD, stjter of
Mrs. Dazie Whall. Mrs. Margaret Him-;
melberger. Mr. Joseph Anderson. Mrs. j
Mamie Wilson- Mrs. Hattie Watson and'
Mr Leroy Morgan. Services at the S. H. :
Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st.
n w on Thursday. August 22. at i p m.
Interment, at Glenwood Cemetery. 22
*u?i 19. 1940. at her residence 2918!
Allison st . Brentwood. Md . LUCY GAL
LOWAY. beloved wife of the late Herbert
Galloway and mother of Mrs. Gertrud*
B Jones. She also is survived by three;
brothers, William H . James and Charles ■
Thomas, and her son-in-law. Rev. James;
M Jones Remains resting at Gasch s1
Funeral Horn*. 4129 Baltimore ave..
Hyattsville. Md. Services at the High
way Christian Church of Christ, 432 W
at. n.w.. Bishop J. T. Morris, pastor,
on Thurscav. August 22. at 1 pm Rela
tives ana friends invited. Interment Lin
coln Memorial Cemetery.
GAUZ74, JOSEPH JR. On Tuesday.
August 20. >949. JOSEPH GAUZZA of!
124 South St. Asaph st.. Alexandria. Va .
husband of Rose Gauzza. father of Matilda.
Bellacasa, Amanda L.. Baessell. Harry
Gauzza, Joseph P. Gauzza. Eleanor J..
Reibee. Darinda Allan. Raymond Gauzza
and Le Roy Gauzza Services at the
8. H Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th
st n.w on Thursday. August 22. at
9:20 am ; thence to St. Patricks Church..
10th and G sis. n.w. where the holy
aacrifire of the mass will be offered at
J‘i a m lor the repose of his soul.
GOUGH. NELLIE H. Suddenly, on Mon
day August 19. 194 0. at Ocean City. Md..
Mrs. NELLIE H. GOUGH of Washington. D ;
C . and Bluemont, Va . beloved wife of I
Eugene H Gough, mother of Leroy and.
Games Gough and grandmother of Bar-;
bara Gough. Funeral Friday in Boones
ville. Ind. 21
HALL. WILI.A S. On Tuesday. August!
20 1946. at Washington Sanitarium. Ta
koma Park. Md . WJLLA S. HALL, beloved ;
wife of John H. Hall and mother of Miss
Willa Dora Hall. Funeral services and!
interment at Waco, Tex, on Saturday.
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day. August 19, 1940. FRANCIS MICHAEL.:
HOBEN of Woodley Park Towers, beloved!
.husband of Patricia C. Hoben and father
! of Frances Patricia Hoben: brother of Mr*.
Wallace Purrington. Portsmouth. N. H.
•Friends ma^ call at the S. H Hines Co.
Funeral Horne. *2901 14th st. n.w. Visi'-j
pna hours Tuesday. August 20, 7 p.m. to 10
ipm ; Wednesday. 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Fu-1
(neral services Friday. August 22. at 9:20,
;am. at Cook Funer 1 Chapel. 900 Mad-1
>son ave.. Albany, N. Y. 21 I
saturday. August 17. 1940. at Jackson
ville. Fia., JOHN TAYLOR HOPKINS. 4th.
! of 906 Gallatin st. n.w,. beloved son of
! Mrs. Agnes and John Hopkins. 9rd. Re
mains resting at the S. H. Hines Co. Fu
i neral Home. 2901 j*ft.b st n.w. Funeral
5£TVir!s lhe Central Presbyterian
Church. 15th and Irving sts. n.-w . on
Wednesday. August 21. at 2 D.m. Inter
nment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 21
Tuesday. August. 20, 1940. at Doctors Hos
V-2 North Woodrow st... Arlington. Va..
!hc beloved wife of William Howard,
mother of Mrs. Homer E. Welch. William.
Jr ; Thomas D and Ronald J. Howard:
.sister of Mrs. William Peacock and Samuel
'and Andrew Dutton. Services at Cham
jbers’ Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.,
on Thursday. August 22. at Jl:.To a m.
•Interment Columbia Garden Cemetery.
Arlington. Va.
gust 20. 1910. ISABELLE ISAACS of 1205
90th st. s e.. beloved wife of Hayden
1F. Isaacs and mother of Lina Lee and
Andrea Louise Isaacs: daughter of Dortha
and Abraham Postle Wait and sister of
Rciber Postle Wait. Services and inter
ment Topeka. Kms.
loved wife of Louis Jenifer and beloved
mother of Virginia Bond: daughter of
James H and Matie Bond She also
leaves five brothers, one sister and a
host of relatives and friends. Remains
resting at the Betters Funeral Home. 1209
Walter st. s.e Funeral on Thursday. Au
gust 22, at 9 am. from St. Cyprian's
Church. l:{»h and C sis. s.e. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. •
gust J H. 1946. HELEN L JOHNSON. 1 931
11th 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. Elizabeth Wil
liams of 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
gust 19. 1946. CORA F JOHNSTON of!
5315 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 Carelia Mayer. Services at!
the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 22901 >
J4th st. n.w.. on Wednesday. August 221,'
at 3 p.m Interment Glenwood Ceme
tery. lockoort. N. Y. 31
parted this life on Saturday. August IT.
1946. a: Gallinger Hospital. MASTER
CHARLES DAVID KING, loving son of
Mrs. Rosa King and brother of Mrs.
Lossie CufTie of Washington and Mrs.
Mane 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 at the John T Rhines A: i
Co. Funeral Home. 331 N. Patrick st.J
Alexandria, Va Funeral Thursday. Au-'
gust 32. at •> p.m., from the Com
munity Presbyterian Church. Alexandria,
va . Rev. Strong officiating Interment;
Union Cemetery, Alexandria. Va.
day, Aucust 15. 1946. at Naval Hospital.
San Diego. Calif . MILDRED E. LEDBET
TER. beloved wife of James C. Ledbetter,
daughter cl Maida C. Fones and sister of
Arthur M. Fones. Services at Chambers'
Funeral Home. 517 J 1 th st. s e . on Fri
day, August 33. at 10 a.m. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 33
MANGUM, RILEY E. Suddenly, on Mon
day. Aiiglist 19. 1946. RILEY E MAN
GUM ot 3019 1 lth st. n.w.. beloved hus
band of Helen G. Mangum, devoted lather
of Aaron G. and Harvey Mangum, Mrs.
v'ermonta M. Cole. Jerome W., Joseph C.
and Gloria Mangum. He also is survived
by a devoted sis er. Mrs. GeorRe A. Daw
son of New York; a brother. Willie Man
cum of Raleigh. N. C.: one granddaughter.
Joan A. Cole a niece. Mrs. Helen Pace
of New York; a father-in-law and mother
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Eder; two
daughiers-in-law. Mrs. Inez H. Mangum
and Mrs. Claudia R Mangum, and one
son-in-law. Nathaniel E. Cole. After 2
D.m Thursdav. August 32. fnends may
call at h’s late residence, where funeral
ervices will be held on Friday. August
33. at 1 p.m. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. Arrangements by Fra
zier s Funeral Home, Inc. 22 j
MATTHEWS. ADA. Departed this life
on Tuesday. August 30. 1946, at Gallinger
Hospital. ADA MATTHEWS of 1261 Is.
st. s.e . loving wife of Arthur Matthews,
devoted mother of Nathaniel. William.
Catherine. Joseph. David. Doris. Dorothy.
Alice. Lorraine. Percell and Paul Matthews
and Mrs. Helen Williams; Also surviving
are four sisters, one brother and a host
of ether relatives and fnends. Remains
resting at the John T. Rhines Ac Co. Fu
neral Home, 3rd and ETe sts. s w. Notice
ol funeral later.
MILLER, BESSIE. On Monday. August
19. 1946, BESSIE MILLER, beloved wife
of the late Walter Miller, sr . and de
voted morhfr ol Walter Miller, jr. She
also is suivived by lour sisters. Mrs. Rose
Gold. Mrs Bertha Holaber. Mrs. Annie
Horovitz of Washington and Katie Levison
of New York City; three brothers. Mr
Nathan Hclaber. Ernest Holaber of Wash
ington and Joseph Holaber of Miam.
Beach. Fla. Services at the Goldberg Fu
neral Home. 4217 9th st. n.w.. on Wed
nesday. August 21. at 1 p.m. Interment
B'nai Israel Cemetery. Oxon Hill. Mri.
MOY. LEE. On Tuesday, August 20.!
1946, at his residence. 611 H st n.w.. |
LEE MOY Services at Chambers’ Fu
neral Home. 1400 Chapin st n.w . on
Thursday. August 22. at 2:30 p.m. Inter
ment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
NELSON. WILLIAM. On Saturday. Au
gust 1 7. 1946, WILLIAM NELSON of 641
Kenilworth terrace N.E., father of Earnest
Nelson and brother of Bertha S. Hutchin
son, Victoria Strothers and Eva Nelson.
He also is survived by many nieces and
nephews. Remains resting at the Mal
van & Schey Funeral Home. New Jersey
ave. and R st. n.w.. where funeral services,
will be held Thursday, August 22. at 1
p.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. *
OLIVER, HARRY L. On Tuesday. Au
gust 20, 1946. at his residence, 306 Mont-,
gomery at... 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. 617 11th st. s.e., on
Thursday, August 22, at 2:30 p.m Inter
ment Washington National Cemetery. 23
day. August 20. 194(5. at Arlington Hos
pital, DAVID GARY PFEIFFER, beloved;
son of John N. and Mary K. Pfeiffe*
He also it survived bv one sister. Carole!
Kay PfeiFer. Remains resting at Pear-|
son's Funeral Home. 472 Washington st . I
Falls Church. Va. Reauiem mass at S
James' Church. Falls Church. Va . on i
Friday. August 23. at 10 a m. Intermenti
National Memorial Park. near Falls!
Church. Va.
Tuesday. August 20, 1946. at the home of
her daughter. Mrs R. B. Clatterbuck of
4601 West Virginia ave . Bethesda. Md .
ol George Warren Post ol Largo, Fla.,
and mother of Lewis F. Post, also of Largo
Mrs. Helen P. Moran of Riverdale. Md
and Mrs. R. B. Clatterbuck. Remains
resting at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Fu
neral cf Wm. Reuben Pumphrey.
Notice ol luneral later.
Tuesday. August 20. 1946. at her resi
dence. .’1424 1:4th St. n v. . LAURA KATH
ERINE REYNOLDS, beloved wife of Joseph
Reynolds and mother of Frances Turner
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home, 2901 14th st. n.w., on P'riday. Au
gust 23 ai 11:30 a m. Interment Glen
wood Cemetery. 22
Tuesday. August 20, 1946. at Prince
Georges General Hospital. Cheverly. Md..:
husbana of Lillian Rifenbark. He also is
survived by five daughters and two sons.
Remains resting at Gasch’s Funeral Home.
•1739 Baltimore ave Hyattiville. Md
where services will be held on Friday,
August 23 at 2 P.m. Relatives and
iriends invited. Intelment Fort Lincoln
Cemetery. 22
August 20. 1940, NATHAN ROSENBERG,!
beloved Husband ot MUdied Rosenberg i
Remains resting at the Bernard Danzan-i
;,ky Ac Son Funeral Home, .*1501 14th St.
n.w. Notice of funeral later.
August lit. 1946, PAUL CARL SCHULZEj
of .'it!:!4 Wisconsin ave. n.w.. beloved hus-1
band of Nellie Schulze and father of Rich
ard P Schulze, brother of William A. and
Jacob W Schulze of Chicago, 111. Also
survived by two grandchildren. Richard
P , Jr., and Charles H. Schulze. Services
at Hinee' Funeral Home, 3001 14Ui st.
n.w.. on Thursday. August 22. at 2 pm
Interment Pock Creek Cemetery. 21
SHELTON. SUE O. On Tuesday. August
30, 1040. a! Washington Sanitarium. SUE
O SHELTON of 4602 Munson ave. n.e .
beloved mother of Mrs Mildred S Bren
nan, John H. 8he!ton, Chester T. Shelton.
Guy c. Shelton: daughier of Mrs. Ida M
Ballard and sister of Mrs. Edith Hoover.
Freeman E. Ballard. Guy C. Ballard and
Chester L. Ballard. Services at the S. H
Hints Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st.
n.w., on Friday, August 23, at 3 p m
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 23
gust 19, 1946. at her residence. 979 Flor
ida ave. n.w.. SERENA SPENCER, cousin of
Mis. Eva Dabney, Reginald Dabney. Leigh
Whipptr and Dr Ionia R. Whipper. Also
surviving are many other lelatlves and
friends. After :t pm. Wednesday friends
are Invited to call at her late residence.
Funeral from 81. Luke's P. E. Church, 15th
and Church sts. n.w., on Thursday. August
32. at 3:30 p m Interment Woodlawn
Cemetery. Arrangements by McGuire. 21
SPENCER, SERENA. Officers and mem
bers of Miriam Chapter. No
♦n. O. E S . are requested to
attend the funeral of Sister
August 22. 1946, at 3:30 p.m .l
from St Luke’s Church 15th'
and Church sts. n.w. By or
der of
EVA BREWER, Worthy Matron
SPENCER. SERENA E. The officers and
members of the Lady Ttnney Phyllis
Wheatley Society are notified to attend
the services of Miss SERENA E. SPENCER
of St. Luke's P E Church Thursday. Au
gust 22, Jf)46, at 3:30 p.m.
MAYME LANE, President.
MARIE BARNES. Secretary.
August 19, 1946. at Prince Georges County
Hospital, ISABELLE L, STOMMEL. beloved
wife of Walter A. Stommel, mother of Alvin
W. and Charles T. Etommel, Mrs. Teresa
I. Dowlan. Mrs. Elsie L. Glover and Mrs.
Isabelle G. Norrington, sister of Charles
T Fanning Services at Chambers' Fu
neral Home, 51 T 11th st. s.e., on Thursdav,
August 22. at 11:30 a m. Interment in
Cedar Hill Cemetery. SI
Mrs. Wilcox Rites
Set for Tomorrow
j Funeral services for Mrs. Gen
evieve C. Wilcox, 37, who died Mon
day at her home, 2618 Forty-f.rst
| street N.W., will be held at 10 a.m.
!tomorrow at the Metropolitan Me
morial Methodist Church. Burial
will be in Arlington Cemetery.
Mrs. Wilcox was the wife of
Francis O. Wilcox, head interna
tional relations analyst at the
Library of Congress.
A native of Durant, Iowa, she was
.graduated from the University of
Iowa and taught school in the State
for two years. She accompanied her
husband to Geneva. Switzerland, in
1933, when he went there for ad
vanced study in the field of inter
national relations. They came to
Washington in 1942.
Mrs. Wilcox was an active mem
ber of the Voteless District League
of Women Voters and formerly
edited the association’s bi^letin
During the W'ar, she was one of a
group of volunteers who co-operated
with the OPA in checking retail
stores for violations of price control
regulations. She was a member of
Metropolitan Methodist Church and
active in the work of the Parent
Teacher Association at Stoddert!
School. She also was secretary of
the Washington alumnae association
of Pi Beta Phi Sorority.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Wilcox
is survived by a daughter, Carol
Lenore Wilcox, 8; her mother, Mrs.
Minnie Byrnes, Durant, and a
brother, Col. Victor A. Byrnes. Medi
cal Corps, U. S. A., stationed in
Nagoya, Japan.
day August *20. 1910. at his residence.
J £22 St n.r . GEORGE ORTMAN
VEISF. beloved father of Mrs Catherine
Sullivan and Mrs. Helen A Reicfce.
brother of Mrs. Elsie Haner. Mrs. Annie'
Croggirx, Mrs. May Oldmen. Mrs Norma
East of Baltimore. Md.: Mr. William
Veise and Mr. John W. Veise also of'
Baltimore. Services at Chambers' George
town Funeral Home. 3U and M »t.s.
n w . on Friday. August ‘23, at 2 D.m
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 'Balti
more papers please copy.* 23 j
On Saturday. August 1 7. 1948. at the
family residence. Upland. Greenfield. Va .
daughter of the late Dr. John C Everett
and Nellie G. Everett, and beloved wife of
rladlai F. Watson, retired iVol), chief
rlerk of the Subsistence Branch. Office
of the Quartermaster General. War De
partment. Also surviving are three
brothers, Charles. Harrison and Edward
H. Watson, and numerous other relatives
and friends. Services and commitment
at the family plot, Rockflsh Presbvterian
Church. Greenfield. Va.. at 2 p m , Au
gust 21.
Monday. August 19. J946. at Vienna. Va
lather of Milton R. and Lawrence L. West
cott aqd Mrs. Marion L. Green. Friends
may call ar the Birch Funeral Home. 3034
M st. n.w. Services at Falls Church
Episcopal Church on Thursday. August
22. at 2 p.m. Interment Oakwood Ceme
tery. Please omit flowers.
gust 10. 1940. at Emergency Hospital, of
neart ailment. PEARL WHISNANT ot
1107 Eye st. n w 8he is survived by
her motner. Mrs. J. M. Whisnant. and a
sister. Margaret Whisnant of 44 78 North
Larkin sMilwaukee. Wis. Funeral and
interment in Milwaukee.
August 19. 1940. at her residence. 2610
41st st nw. GENEVIEVE C. WILCOX,
the beloved wife of Francis O Wilcox
Remains resting at Chambers’ Georgetown
Funeral Home. 3ist and M sts. n.w , until,
Thursday, August 22. at 9:30 a m. Serv-;
ices at the Metropolitan Memorial Meth
odist Church. Nebraska and New Mexico
aves. n.w. at 1U am Interment in
Arlington National Cemetery.
nesday. August 21. 1940. THOMAS J.
WILLOUGHBY, beloved son of Mary 1
and the iate Thomas L. Willoughby; brother
of Lloyd L.. Samuel H.. Walter M. and
Robert L. Willoughbv. Mrs. Inez E. Ca
shion. Mrs Eunice M. Hinton and Mrs
Dorothy D. Gulledge. Services at Cham
bers’ Funeral Hcn\e. 517 11th st. Si
nn Saturday Angus- 24. at 10 a m. In
terment Arlington National Cemetery
(Fredericksburg. Va.. papers please copy •
In f&rtmiriam
CAMPBELL. SARAH E. In memory of
my mother. SARAH E. CAMPBELL, who
passed away six years ago today. August
21, J 940.
Six years of days, they seem but one
8ince you were called away;
My sorrowing heart has known no peace
And ache more day by day.
I know my loss has been your gain
And that, you are at rest;
Faith tells »ne we shall meet again
In the ha yen of the blest.
I fetl vour loving spirit near.
Guiding my faltering feet;
So test m peace, oh. mother, dear.
Till God says we shall meet
CARTER. WILLIAM H. In loving mem
ory of our dear father. WILLIAM H. CAR
TER who departed this life nine years
ago today, August 21. J927.
trioute of devotion and honor to
the revered memory of cxur son
and brother, 8ERGT. CHARLES
S. CHISOLM, Jr . who made the
supreme sacrifice three years ago
tocay, August 21. 194:i. in North
Forget you? No. we never will;
We loved you then, we love you still
Your memory is as fresh today
As in the hour you passed away.
DAVIS. FLORENCE. In loving memory f
cf my dear sist er. FLORENCE DAVIS.!
who departed this life one year ago to
day. August 2J. 1945.
Deep in my heart lies a picture
Of a loved one laid to rest;
In memory’s frame I shall keep it.
Because you were one of the b~st.
FORD. SARAH E. In loving memory
of our dear mother. 6ARAH E. FORD,
who departed this life four years ago
today. AuRUst 21. 1942.
Treasured thoughts of one so dear
Often brine a silent tear;
Thoughts return to scenes long past,
rime rolls on. but memories last.
ing memory of Mrs. MARY HATTIE'
HINES, who departed this life sixteen!
| months ago yesterday at her late residence.!
i 1 HI 3 South 10th st., Arlington. Va., on'
April 20. 1945. j
Gone, but not forgotten
Sleep on. dear wife, and rest:
I will meet you in Heaven at rest.
AND EDDIE. In sad but loving remem- j
brance of a dear wife and mother.
HURLEY, both of whom died len years
ago today. August 31. J936.
The? had a smile for every one.
Hearts as pure as gold;
To those who knew and loved them
Their memory will never grow old.
JOHNSON, GRACE. In loving memory)
of our dear mother. GRACE JOHNSON,;
who departed this life fourteen years ago.
today. August 21. 19.3J.
You are not forgotten, beloved one.
Nor will you ever be:
As lone as life and memory lasts.
We will remember thee
JOHNSON, MILTON. In loving re
membrance of our dear husband, father
and grandfather. MILTON JOHNSON, who
departed this life one year ago today.
August 31, 1945.
They say time heals a broken heart,
But this seems so untrue;
For one year our hearts are still aching,
Dear Milton, just for you
LOVE, CHARLES. In sad but loving
memory ol our dear and devoted husband
and father. CHARLES LOVE, who departed
this life eleven years ago today, August
31. 1 (♦.'IS.
Beautiful memory of one s« dear.
We’ll always cherish with love sincere:
A day that comes with sad regret.
And one that we shall never forget
U18BY. SANTA ANNA. In loving mem
ory of our dear mother and grandmother.
SANTA ANNA LUSBY. who passed Into
eternal rest three years ago today. August'
31. 19411.
, Gone but not forgotten
In loving memory of my dear devoted
MER. who departed this life ten years
; ago todav, August 21. 1936.
Gone from this world of many changes
To the land of perfect rest.
Sleep on and take your rest.
RUCKER. GEORGE. In loving memory
of our dear husband and father. GEORGE
RUCKER, who passed away one year ago
today. August 21. 194b.
A precious one from us has gone.
A voice we loved Is stilled.
He little thought when leaving home.
That he would never return.
That he so soon In death would sleep
And leave us here to mourn.
Some may think you are forgotten.
That the wound is almost healed;
But little do they know the najn
That liee within our hearts concealed
! Francis M. Hoben Rifes
In Albany, N. Y., Friday
Funeral services for Francis M.
Hoben, 57, manager of the x-rav
division of the Westinghouse Elec
tric Co's. Washington office, who
died here Monday after an illness
of several months, will be held Fri
day in Albany, N. Y.
Mr. Hoben, who lived at Woodley
Park Towers, had been employed in
the research and sales division of
| the x-ray industry since he was
graduated from the University of
New Hampshire in 1911. Last year
he was awarded the Westinghouse
order of merit for his ' persistence
in forwarding the development of
new lines of x-ray apparatus."
He was a native of Concord. N. H.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Patricia C. Hoben; a daughter. Miss
Frances P. Hoben of Wasington, and
a sister. Mrs. Wallace Purrington,
i Portsmouth, N. H.
'German'Catholics Believe
Reds Are Holding Bishop
By th« Associated Press
FULDA, Germany, Aug. 21.—
Catholic sources today said they
1 believed Russia was responsible for
the absence of Bishop Petrus Legge
of Meissen at the opening here yes
terday of the annual secret, con-;
clave of the German Catholic hier-1
Bishop Legge, only Catholic bishop
in the Russian zone of occupation,
was the only German bishop who
failed to attend the meeting.
Catholic informants expressed the
opinion that Russian authorities
had refused to allow him to leave
the zone.
For the first time in the 78-year
history of the conclave an Amer
ican bishop opened the conference,
held in this ancient town where
St. Boniface first brought Chris-1
tianty to the Germans. He was
Bishop Alovsius J. Meunch of
Fargo, N. Dak., who relayed greet
ings from the American Catholic
episcolate and laymen.
Bad Check Suspect Held
For Grand Jury Action
George Welby French, 23, of the
1400 block of Shepherd street N.W..j
yesterday was held for the grand
jury on a charge of false pretenges,
in connection with an alleged bad
check for $52.45.
Following his appearance before
United States Commissioner Need
ham C. Turnage, $2,000 bond was
ordered set In the case, and the
Government recommended a mental
examination for French, it was said.
French is accused of passing the
check on the S. &. M. Store, 400
Ninth street N.W.
Detective Sergts. J. R. Luskey.l
John Apostolides and Dewey Guest
of the Check and Fraud Squad, said
they recognized French as the man
they were seeking on the false pre
tense charge, after their attention
was drawn to him because he wore
an Army second lieutenant's uni
form without the cap.
The arrest was made shortly after
French left a downtown depart
ment store where police said he
had been trying to buy an officer's
Army Sergeant Catapulted
Safely From Speeding Plane
§y th« A*sociot*cf
DAYTON, Ohio, Aug. 21.—The
Air Materiel Command disclosed to
day that First Sergt. Lawrence
Lambert, 29, of Berkeley. W. Va..
was the first human in the United
States to be shot out of a high
speeding aircraft with the aid of the
newly developed pilot ejection seat.1
Sergt. Lambert was shot from a
P-61 flying at more than 300 miles
per hour at an altitude of 6,000
feet over Patterson Field. He
squeezed a handle setting in motion
the automatic apparatus that cata
pulted him from the plane, sepa
rated him from his seat in the air.
caused the parachute to open and
landed him safely.
Sergt. Lambert, who had 9 years'
experience in parachute jumping,
served in the Asiatic-Pacific thea
ter during the war.
A. Hamilton Cooke Rites i
Here to Be Held Monday
A. Hamilton Cooke, grandson of
the late Henry D. Cooke, Governor
of the District of Columbia for four
years beginning in 1871, died Mon
day at his home in Manhasset, Long
Island, according to w’ord received
here today.
Mr. Cooke was bom in Washing
ton and was graduated in engineer
ing from Cornell University. He
had lived in New York most of his
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Hermine I. Cooke; a brother. Rear
Admiral Henry D. Cooke, U. S. N„
retired, and a sister, Mrs. Lewis S.
Funeral services were to be held
this afternoon in New' York. Burial
will be in Oak Hill Cemetery here,
where graveside services will be held
at 11 a.m. Monday.
Clarksburg Paper Asks
Picketing Injunction
By th« Associated Press
| CHARLESTON, W. Va„ Aug, 21.
j — The Clarksburg Publishing Co.
I asked the State Supreme Court to
I day for an injunction to limit
I picketing at its struck newspaper
I plant "to prevent death or serious
| injury to any one.”
The petition was presented to
Judges Jo N. Kenna and Fred L.
Fox. The court indicated it prob
ably would rule on the petition to
The Clarksburg Typographical
Union, Local 372, whose 20 members
went on strike July 31, in a wage
dispute, was not represented.
Man Caught After Break
From Solitary Cell
By the Associated Press
DOYLESTOWN, Pa.. Aug. 21.—
Robert Hendrickson, 21, of Phila
I delphia enjoyed only 10 hours’ free
1 dom after making what was de
scribed as "the most amazing es
cape” from Bucks County Prison.
Hendrickson, charged with car
theft, broke out of a solitary con
i finement cell, went through a steel
mesh grating and a window, wrig
gled his 170 pounds through a hole
5 >4 by 13 inches and climbed over a
10-foot barbed wire fence and a
31-foot wall.
New Airport Approved
RICHMOND, Va„ Aug. 21 UP).—
The State Corporation Commission
has approved the application of
Charles D. Shank for authority td
establish and operate an airport
near Harrisonburg. It will be known
as the Elkton Airport.
Drugstore Ransacked
As Safe Balks Thieves
Thieves broke into the National
Press Pharmacy, 1336 F street N.W..
and after failing to open a safe,
stole 200 pairs of earrings, 70 car
jtons of cigarettes, eight watches
and a quantity of other jewelry, po
lice reported today.
Frederick Schultz, the manager,
'said entry was made by forcing the
lock on an iron gate in the base
! ment some time yesterday. The loot
was valued at $i,000.
In another theft yesterday, a high
cpeed drill and hacksaw blades
valued at $500 were taken from the
Carey Machinery & Supply Co.,
2361 Sherman avenue N.W., accord
ling to Edgar B. Amidon, owner. The
thieves entered by breaking a lock
on the front door.
Pins, bracelets and rings valued
at $296 were stolen from Kent Jew
elers, 701 Seventh street N.W., Or-,
ville I. Alexander, manager, told
police last night. In another theft,
David Liebowitz, manager of Mor- j
ton’s 314 Seventh street N.W., said;
four coats worth $475 were taken
by thieves who forced the back
door open.
In two other cases late yesterday,
seven watches w’orth $58 were taken
from the Executive .Pharmacy, 909
Pennsylvania avenue N.W., police
said, and three revolvers, brought
back from Europe as war souvenirs,
were stolen fro mthe interns' room
at Garfield Hospital.
Children's Hospital Funds
Increased to $1,(120,307
Funds collected yesterday for the
Children's Hospital Fund drive
totalled $1,172. This brought the
grand total to $1,020,307 of the $1,
300,000 drive.
Receipts yesterday included a do
nation of $1,000 by a single un
named donor.
Frank Di Misa. president of the
Lido Club, presented Rear Admiral
Harold C. Train, U. S. N.. retired,
who heads the fund drive, $100 from
his organisation. Among other re
ceipts for yesterday was $11.05
raised by Dermot Stokes, 12, of 533
Buchanan street N.W. and Norman
B. Sturman, 13. of 531 Buchanan
street N.W. by means of a “goofy
golf” tournament.
Not counted in the collection as
yet is $100 collected last night at a
carnival held at Edgewood and
Evarts streets N.E. Lorraine Ball
inger. 12, of 613 Franklin street N.E ,
Barbara Falcone, 11, of 612 Evarts
street N.E., Frances Humey, 11, of
2630 Sixth street N.E., Barney Law
less, 12. of 530 Edgewood street N.E.
and Betty Smith, 10, of 2615 Fburth
street N.E. were on the carnival
Elmer L. Davis, Auto Dealer
And War Veteran, Dies at 50
Elmer L. Davis, 50, former auto
mobile dealer here, died yesterday
at Mount Alto Hospital, where he
had been ill since 1938.
Born in Herndon, Va.. Mr. Davis
was a veteran of World War I.
After the war he came to Washing
ton and entered the automobile
business, later operating a Packard
agency at 900 M street S.E.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Wilma S. Davis. 3407 Twenty-ninth
street N.W.; a daughter, Mrs. Bar
bara D. Trimmer, Washington; two
brothers, Walter W. Davis, Arling
ton, and Esley E. Davis, Washing
ton. and a sister, Mrs. Grace Powell,
Falls Church.
Funeral services will be held at
the Grace Lutheran Church at 2
p.m. tomorrow. Burial will be in
Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Chinese Engineers Join
Bureau of Standards Staff
Five Chinese engineers have
joined the Bureau of Standards
staff as guest workers. Dr. E. U.
Condon, director, announced yester
They will be employed in the
fields of electricity and chemistry
under a program to train Chinese
technicians in American scientific
and industrial techniques. Dr. Con
don said. The program, which ex
tends to leading research labora
tories and manufacturing plants
throughout the country, is jointly
sponsored by the Chinese and
American governments.
The five engineers, all of whom
received degrees from Chinese uni
versities, are Lee Mi, Wu Shou
Chung, Cheng Fu, Wang Ying-Wu
and Tang Chao Yu.
Walter T. Bovard Rites
To Be Held Today
Graveside services for Walter
Tomlinson Bovard, 43, owner and
manager of hotels in Florida and
North Carolina w-ho died Monday
in Winston-Salem, N. C„ will be
held at 2 p.m. today at Rock Creek
Mr. Bovard was born in Beaver,
Pa., and was graduated from Cornell
University, where he studied hotel
operation. He was formerly vice
president of the Associated Hotel
Co. of Richmond, and for nine
years he was summer manager of
the Esseola Inn at Lini£ille, N. C.
Later, he was manager of hotels at
Ormond Beach and Vero Beach,
Fla., and last year he bought the.
Coquina Hotel at Ormond Beach.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Edna F. Bovard: two daughters,
Nancy T. Bovard, 11. and Mary
j Elizabeth F. Bovard, 15, and three
brothers, Theodore F. Bovard, Dur
| ham, N. C., Alan J. Bovard, Lan
sing, Mich., and Grier C. Bovard,
Kansas City, Mo.
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Rifes Held in Martinsburg
For Leonard H. Staubly
Funeral services were h*fri today
in Martinsburg. W. Va.. for Leonard
Henry Staubly, 79. veteran of the
Spanish-American War and World
War I. and for many years keeper
of the lighthouse on Blakistone
Island in the Potomac River 70 miles
below Washington. He died Sunday
at the Soldiers’ Home.
' Mr. Staubly served nine years in
the Regular Army around the turn
of the century. He took part in the
Indian wars and served under Theo
dore Roosevelt in the Spanish
! American War in Cuba, where he
became ill with yellow fever. Except
for leave during World War I. when
he served as a supplv sergeant, he
was in charge of the Blakistone
Lighthouse from 1914 to 1932, when
he retired from Government service.
He was a member of the Ameri
can Legion, the Veterans of Foreign
Wars. United Spanish-American War
Veterans and the Elks.
Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Pearl
F. Staubly: three daughters, Mrs
Sidney Sonneborn and Mrs. W. E.
Waltemeyer, Baltimore, and Mrs.
Florence Beeson, Washington: a
brother, A. M. Staubly, Martinsburg.
and a sister, Miss Julia Staubly.
H. A. Spilman, 62, Dies;
Former U. S. Employe
Word has been received here of
the death in Fullerton, Calif., of
Harold A. Spilman, 62, former Agri
culture Department employe. Mr
; Spilmnn died Sunday of a heart
! attack. Funeral services were held
yesterday in Los Angeles.
Born In Manhattan. Kans., he
was graduated from Kansas State
College in 1903 and did graduate
work there in horticulture and for
restry. He was employed by the
Post Office Department four years
before transferring to the Agri
culture Department in 1916 as h'ad
clerk of a marketing project. He
served in Washington with that de
partment until Januaiy, 1944. when
he resigned and he and his wife
moved to Florida and later to Cali
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Mary Spilman, and a sister, Miss
Clara Spilman. Manhattan, Kans.
Nuernberg Defendants
Seek Further Delay
By the Associated Press
NUERNBERG, Aug. 21.—-Further
attempts of defense counsel for
seven indicted Nazi organizations to
gain more time were disclosed by
the International Military Tribunal
today as President Sir Geoffrey
Lawrence discussed a letter sent by
counsel asking for additional time
to prepare defense summations.
The attorneys said only Dr. Rob
ert Servatius would be ready to be
gin his summation this week and
that the others would not be ready
until Monday.
Sir Geoffrey said counsel was
“wasting the tribunal's time" in
commenting at length on affidavits
and documents which already have
been fully discussed.
Schenley Vice President
Weds Former Actress
By th« Associate Press
RENO, Nev., Aug. 21.—Theodore
C. Wiehe, vice president of the
Schenley Distilling Co., and Mrs.
Gertrude E. Rich, a former New
York actress, were married at the
First Baptist Church here yesterday.
Both Mr. Wiehe and his bride, who
divorced previous mates after 39 and
?3 years of marriage, respectively',
listed their ages as “over 21'* and
gave their addresses as Crystal Bav,
Mr. Wiehe's former wife. Mrs. May
B. Wiehe of New York, was! reported
to have received a cash and stock
settlement totaling more than SI -
6-Pound Boy Born
To Woman in Ninth
Caesarian Operation
By >\soc»o»#d Pr#ss
TOLEDO, Ohio. Aug. 21
Physicians reported today that
Mrs. Walter G. Shriver. 35. wife
of a bus driver, has given birth
to her ninth child, all by Cae
sarian section, a six-pound,
three-ounce boy.
Like the other eight, the
ninth child was born about
two weeks prematurely. Ail
the children, the oldest 15, are
normal and healthy.
Parish Makes Preparation
For St. Gabriel's Feast
The annual celebration of the
feast of St. Gabriel will take place
at Holy Rosary Church, Third and
F streets N.W., next Sunday, but a
special three days of prayer in prep
aration for the rites will begin at
8 o'clock tonight at the church.
The Very Rev. Emilio Greco,
apostolic missionary, will preach the
sermons. Solemn high mass will be
sung Sunday at 10:30 a m., with the
very Rev. Michael Nardone. rector
of Holy Trinity College. Hyattsville,
Md., preaching the sermon.
The ceremonies will close with a
colorful procession, vespers and ben
ediction on Sunday afternoon, the
Rev. Nicholas De Carlo, pastor, an
Lawyers' League Plans
Parley Here Nov. 22
The first annual conference of the
United Nations League of Lawyers
will be held in Washington on
November 22 in the National
Archives auditorium, Herber H.Rice,
secretary-general, announced today.
Members have been asked to name
cofnerence delegates to represent
the various nations. The delegates
will be charged with electing new
officers and members of the execu
tive council for 1947. The number
of delegates is based on the member
lawyers of each United Nation.
Proposed resolutions must be sub
mitted before November 20 for
action at the conference.
J. L. Rauh, Attorney,
Named Aide to Wyatt
Joseph L. Rauh, 2949 Newark
street N.W., staff officer for Gen.
MacArthur for three and one-half
years, today was appointed general
deputy to Wilson W. W’yatt, national
housing administrator.
A lieutenant oolonel when he re
tired from the Army last December.
Mr. Rauh will give up a private law
practice here to take his assignment
in the Veterans' Emergency Hous
ing Program. He succeeds Rear
Admiral Kirby Smith. U. S. N. R..
who resigned recently to return to
private industry.
Fulton Demends Army Probe
Jailing of Gi in Italy
ly Associated Press
PITTSBURGH. Aug. 21.—Derlar
ing that "American fighting men,
many with heroic combat records,
are just disappearing behind some
prison stockade." Representative
Pulton. Republican, of Pennsyl
vania said last night he has de
manded that Secretary of War
Paterson investigate the case of Pvt.
James Jones, 21. of Pittsburgh.
Representative Fulton said Pvt.
Jones was sentenced to 30 years'
hard labor in Italy and that neither
the boy s family nor the Representa
tive have been able to discover the
charges against him or the place
of his imprisonment
To a letter he wrote the War De
partment March 22. Representative
Fulton said he got an answer w'hich
“We have no information as to
the trial of this soldier.”
On August 5 the War Department
sent the boy’s mother a brief mes
sage that he was under sentence
for 30 years.
‘Mothers and fathers are denied
information regarding the charges
lodged against their sons.’* Repre
sentative Fulton said. "For months
they are left to worry. And this
is the American Army, remember,
that is doing this—not Hitler's Ges
tapo or Stalin's secret police.”
Rawlins to Quit D. C. Post
For College Professorship
Dr. George M. Rawlins, jr., head
of the science department for white
public schools for the last 10 years,
will resign September 1 to accept a
college chemistry professorship in
his native Clarksville, Tenn.
Dr. Rawlins said he had submit
ted his resignation to the Board of
Education last week in order to
teach at Austin Peay State College.
Yugoslav Minister
Will Leave Athens
By th* Associated Press
ATHENS. Aug. 21. — Yugoslav
Minister Isador Cankar is scheduled
to leave Athens Friday for Belgrade
and extreme Leftist sources said his
departure was tantamount to an
interruption of diplomatic relations
between Yugoslavia and Greece.
These same sources said Cankar
had been ordered home by his gov
ernment because of attacks in some
sections of the monarchist press
against Marshal Tito, together with
accusations that autonomist bands
armed in Yugoslavia were operating
in Greece.
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