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SMILE R. JAMES H., JR. We wish to
express our deep appreciation to the pas
tor, choir, officials and auxiliaries ot Zion
Baptist Church; the Guy V. Henry Garri
son, No. 9. Army and Navy Union; U. S.
S. P. Association. Oldest Inhabitants,
Southeast Civic Association. Armstrong
Alumni, relatives, and friends for their
kindness and remembrance during the
illness and the passing of our son and
brother. THE FAMILY. 8*
S rath a
BARNES. ALICE. Departed this lift
Saturday. April 6, 1947. at Gallinger Hos
pital. ALICE BARNES, beloved mother ol
Euylin Cole, Sidney. George and Robert
Jackson of New York CUy. One sister,
Rebecca Rebain of New York City; othei
relatives and many friends also mourn hei
passing. Relatives and friends may call
at the John T. Rhines & Co. Funeral Home,
3rd and Eye sts. s.w., on Tuesday. April 8,
after 2 p.m. Funeral Tuesday, April 8, at
7:30 p.m.. from the above funeral home,
Rev. Garrison officiating. Interment
Wednesday, April 9, Harmony Cemetery.
BARRETT, JOHN J. JOHN J. BARRETT
of 719 F at. S.W., formerly sexton of St
Dominic'* Church. Remains resting at th<
Taltavull Funeral Home. 438_7th st. s.w.
after 4 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral Iron;
the above funeral home on Thursday, April
10, at 8:30 a.m. Requiem mass at St
Smilnlc'i Church at 9 a.m. Interment
ount Olivet Cemetery. 9
BASIL, MARY I. On April 7. 1947. at
Emergency Hospital. Annapolis, Md., MART
I. BASIL, beloved wife of Arthur T. Bast
and mother of Mrs. Fay I. Baker and Mr
Woodrow W. Basil. Funeral Thursday
April 10, at 2 p.m., from the Hopping
Funeral Home, 172 West st., Annapolis
Md. Interment St. Ann's Cemetery. 9
BODMER, WILLIAM. On April 0, 1947
WILLIAM BODMER, aged 84 years, borr
March 4, 1803, in Alexandria, Va. He l;
survived by several nephews, nieces ant
cousins. Remains resting at Hilton s Fu
neral Home. Barnesville, Md. Funera
services at the Poolesvllle Methodtsi
Church Wednesday. April 9. at 10 a.m
Interment at Middleburg. Va.
BOURNE, MARTIN R. On Wednesday
April 2. 1947. in Philadelphia, Pa., MAR
TIN R. BOURNE, formerly ot Washington
D. C. He leaves to mourn their loss i
wife. Mrs. Bessie Hasen Bourne; on<
daughter. Mrs. K«ther Bourne McKinley ol
Philadelphia, Pa., and one sister, Mrs. J
8. Reese of New York City. Funeral ar
rangements private. 10*
BOWIE, SADIE KERFOOT. On Tues
day. April 8. 1947. at PrlnceGeorges Gen
eral Hospital, SADIE KERFOOT BOWIE
the beloved wife of Brice Bowie and mothei
of William, Brice. Jr., and Andrew K
Bowie. Services at Chambers' Rlverdalt
Funeral Home, 6801 Cleveland ave., River
dale, Md.. on Thursday, April 10, at 11
a m Private interment In Glenwooc
Cemetery. »
BOWMAN. CHARLEY A. On Monday,
April 7, 1947, CHARLEY A. BOWMAN ol
100 V st. n.e., husband of Mary White
Bowman and father of George A Bowman
of Tyrone. Pa., and Mrs. Kathryn P.
Stutsman of Toledo, Ohio. Services at
the 6. H. Hlnea Co. Funeral Home, 2901
. 14th at. n.w., on Tuesday. April 8. at
7:30 p.m. Interment Boones Creels
Cemetery, Johnson City, Tenn. 8
BROWN, SAMUEL W. On Tuesday
April 8. 1847, at Prince Georges Counts
Hoapltai, SAMUEL W. BROWN, beloved
son of the late J. T. and Caroline Brown,
brother of George H. Brown, Florence C.:
Grace M. and Helen E. Brown. Fhnera,
from hla late residence, 0723 New Hamp
shlre ave., on Thursday. April 10, at 8.3C
a.m.; thence to Our Lady of Sorrows Cath.
©lice Church, Ethan Allen ave.. Takoma
Park, Md., where mass will be offered at
9 a.m. for the repose of his soul Rela
tive* and friends invited to attend. In
terment Rock Creek Cemetery. 9
BROWN, WILLIAM ALFRED. On Mon
day, April 7. 1947, WILLIAM ALFRED
BROWN of 1340 Que st. n.w., nephew ol
Charles F., Ethel. Hazel and George W
Brown Other relatives and friends also
survive. Notice of funeral later. Ar
rangements by Malvan & Schey.
CECIL. LUELLA. On Saturday April 6.
1947. at Casualty Hospital. LUELLA
CECIL, beloved wile ol Charles M. Cecil
end mother of Mrs Mildred Embrey,
Charles M„ Jr„ and Dorothy Mae Cecil,
and sister of Mrs. Frank Kleindienst and
Mrs. John Meile. Friends may call at the
Wastler Funeral Home, 381 East Capitol
at, where aervlces will be held on Wednes
day, April 9, at 2 pm. Relatives and
friends Invited. Interment Congressional
Cemetery. —0
CISSEL, MAY HOWARD. On Monday,
April 7, 1947, at the residence of her
WS, °WMaV ^ HOWARD
ggggj at*8t. °Jerome*s*
on Wednesday, April 9. at 10 a.m. In
terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 8
CISSEL. MAY HOWARD. Members of
the U. S. S. Jacob Jones Post,
No. 2, the American, Legion.
(are hereby notified of the death
of Comrade MAY HOWARD
CISSEL. Services at St.
Jerome's Catholic Church on
Wednesday. April 9, 194,. at
,. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
tery FREDA S. HAMES. Commander.
MARY M. WILLHOITE, Adjutant.
CLARK, SUSAN M. On Monday. April
7. 1947, at her residence. .132 Seaton pi
n e., Mrs. SUSAN M. CLARK, beloved
mother of William A. Dean. Mrs. Mary
Frances Allen, Miss Edith C. Dean and
Archibald F. Dean. Remains resting at
Hysong’s Funeral Home, 1300 N st. n.w.
Funeral aervlces and Interment private. 9
Sr., prominent
churchman and funeral director of Fred
erick. Md. Funeral service* Wednesday,
April 9. at 3 p.m., at the Calvary Method
fit Church, Frederick, Md. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. 8
COFFMAN. ANNIE. On Tuesday. April
8. 1947, ANNIE COFFMAN, the beloved
mother of J. B. Coffman, sr.. and sister
of John Marks. Services at Chambers
Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w., or
Thursday, April 10. at 2:30 p.m. Inter
ment at Glenwood Cemetery. 8
CRAMER. FRANK. Suddenly, on Satur
day. April 6. 1947. FRANK CRAMER, be
loved brother of Mr*. Badie L. Barnes and
Lee Cramer of Factoryville. Pa , and uncle
of Mrs norence Humphrey and Mrs.
Norma Bartholomew. Services aV Cham
bers’ Riverdale Funeral Home on Tuesday,
April 8. at 3 p.m. Interment Fort Lin
coln Cemetery.
DAVIS, ANDERSON B. On Monday.
April 7, 1947. at his residence, 2301 On
tario rd. n.w., ANDERSON B. DAVIS,
beloved husband ol Mrs. Clara Harris
Davis, father of Virginia Davis brother
of Mrs Oracle Munson and Julia Davis.
He also leaves a host of other relat ves
and friends. Friends may call at his late
residence after 4_p.m. Wednesday. April 9.
Funeral services Thursday, April 10. at 11
a.m. at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral
Church, 1432 You st. n.w.. Rev. J. W
Bundrandt officiating. Relative* and
friend* Invited. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 9
DAYIS, 8/SERGT. ANDERSON B. All
member* of the Retired Enlisted Men’s
Association, No. 2. are reauested to attend
the funeral of our late comrade. S/Sergt.
ANDERSON B. DAVIS, who died April 7,
1947, at his home. 2301 Ontario rd. n.w.
Service* at the W. Ernest Jarvis Puneral
Church April 10, at 1 P.m. Call meeting
April 8, at 8 p.m., at 1320 8th st. n.w.
. W. E. SMITH. Commander.
R. I. QUANDER. Adjutant.
DONNELLY. JOHN WILLIAM. On
Monday. Aprfl 7, 1947. at his home, 1855
Newton st. n.w., JOHN W. DONNELLY.
Vumhanri of the late Louise Cox
Donnelly end father of Marlon Donnelly
Upton. Remains resting at the Burch
Funeral Home, 3034 M st n.w, where
services will be held on Wednesday. April
f>. at 2 p.m. Interment cedar Hill
Cemetery. » 3
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EAGAN, CHARLES C. On Saturday,
April 6, 1947. at his residence. 3428 U»
rngston «t. n.w., CHARLES C. EAGAN,
beloved husband of Marguerite Eagan (nee
Burns). Funeral from the Timothy Han
lon Funeral Home. 3831 Georgia ave. n.w.,
on Wednesday, April 9, at 8:45 a.m. Serv
ices in. Fort Myer Chapel at 9:30 a.m.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery.
Relatives and friends invited. 8
EVANS, LLOYD C. On Saturday, April
5, 1947. at GalUnger Hospital. LLOYD C.
EVANS, darling son of Millie Evans of
3413 8. Kemper dr„ Arlington, Va. Re
mains may be viewed from 6 to 10 P.m.
April 8 at Chinn Funeral Home, 2605 S.
8emlnary rd„ Arlington, Va. Funeral
services at 12 p.m. April 9 at above-named
funeral home. Rev. H. J. Williams officiat
ing. Interment Lincoln Memorial Ceme
tery. 9
FRANKUN, VIRGIL HOMER. Or
Thursday, April 3, 1947, VIRGIL HOME!
FRANKLIN of 1706 You it. n.w., husbanc
of Sallle A. Franklin. He is also survivec
by a son. Homer D. Franklin; one sister
Mrs. Arrie Zachary; two grandsons, Vlrgl
and Errol Franklin; a host of other rela
tives and friends. After 4 p.m., Tuesday
April 8, friends may call at Frazier’:
Funeral Home, Inc.. 389 R. I. ave. n.w.
where funeral services will be held or
Wednesday, April 9, at 1 p.m., Rev. Jem
A. Moore officiating. Interment Lincoli
Memorial Cemetery. 8
FULFORD, ROSE GREEN. On Monday
April 7, 1947, at her residence, 2708 Soutl
1st st.. Arlington, Va., ROSE GREEt
FULFORD, beloved mcther of William H
Fulford, devoted sister of Mrs. Lida Smitl
and Tarleton C. Green. She also leave:
other relatives and friends. Friends mi:
call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funera
Church, 1432 You st. n.w.. after 10 a.m
Wednesday. April 9. Funeral service:
Thursday, April 10. at 1 p.m., at the abovi
funeral church. Relatives and friends in
vited. Interment Lomax Church Ceme
tery, Arlington, Va. 9
GAINES. WINNIE. Departed this life
on Saturday, April 6, 1947, at her resi
dence. 203 M st. s.w., WINNIE GAINES
She leaves to mourn her passing one
daughter, Mrs, Ida Pratt; three sons
Douglass, Lawrence and Henry Washing
ton. She also Is survived by two brothers
Rev. Edgar Haywood of Charles County.
Md., and Richard Washington of New Jer
sey: one daughter-in-law, Mrs. Alice Wash
ington, and a host of other relatives and
friends. Call after 6 p.m. Tuesday, April
8. Funeral Wednesday, April 9, at 12
o'clock noon from Mount Hope Baptlsl
Church, 320 F st. s.w.. Rev. Clarence Diggs
officiating: thence to Oak Grove Baptist
Church, Charles County, Md. Interment
Church Cemetery. Arrangements by Mont
gomery .Bros. Funeral Home, 913 Florida
ave. n.w. 8*
GANT, BESSIE. Departed this life or
Thursday, April 3, 1947, at Freedmen'i
Hospital. BESSIE GANT, the wife of Law
rence Gant. She also is survived by elghi
children, other relatives and many friends
Remains resting at the John T. Rhines &
Co. Puneral Home. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w
Notice of funeral later.
GAREY, GEORGE W. On Monday. April
7, 1947, at 7:30 a.m., at his residence,
1914 15th st. n.w.. GEORGE W. GAREY,
beloved husband of M. (Mit) E. Garey.
Also surviving are other relatives and
many friends. After 1 p.m. Wednesday
dence, where services will be held or
Thursday, April 10. at 1 p.m. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. (Savaanah
Ga., papers please copy.) 9
GILES. DR. DANIEL W. Entered intc
eternal rest on Friday, April 4, 1947, tt
Gallinger Hospital, DR. DANIEL W
GILES of 1200 Linden st. n.e., the loving
son of Mrs. Hattie B. Giles and devoted
brother of Mrs. Marion Campbell, Mr.
Lewis W.. Edward C. and Robert W. Giles.
Other relatives and many friends mourn
his departure. Relatives and friend!
may call on Tuesday, April 8, after 4
p.m., at the John T. Rhines & Co. Fu
neral Home, 3rd and Eye sts. s.w.
Funeral 'Wednesday, April 9. at 1 p.m.,
from the above funeral home, the Rev.
James O. West officiating. Interment
Arlington Cemetery. 8
GROVERMANN. MARY C. On Saturday.
April ft, 1947, MARY C. GROVERMANN
of 2021 Klingle rd. n.w., beloved wife of
William H. Grovermann: mother of W!
Earle Grovermann: sister of Joseph C.
Meyers. Services at the S. H. Hines Co.
Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w., on Tues
day, April 8, at 2 p.m. Interment Fort
Lincoln Cemetery. —8
HALL, GLADYS. On Thursday, April
3. 1947, GLADYS HALL beloved wife of
James E. Hall. Funeral from the W. W.
Deal Funeral Home, 4812 Georgia ave.
n.w., on Wednesday, April 9. at 2 p.m.
Interment at Cedar Hill Cemetery. 9
HEALY, ROBERT JOSEPH. On Satur
day, April 6, 1947, at Doctors Hospital,
ROBERT JOSEPH HEALY, son of E.
Joseph and Netha (Peg) Healy; brother of
Mrs. Patricia L. Richardson. Services at
the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2801
14th st. n.w., on Tuesday. April 8, at 3
p.m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. £
HENDERSON, JESSIE. On Monday,
April 7, 1047, JESSIE HENDERSON, be
loved wife of Donald Henderson, mother ol
William Henderson and Mrs. Ruth F
Thiele. Services at Chambers’ Funeral
Home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Thursday. Aprii
10. at 2:30 p.m. Intetment Fort Lincoln
Cemetery. 10
HOLDSWORTH*, MILES, SR. On Sun
day, April ti, 1947, at his residence, 1817
No. Stuart st., Arlington, Va„ MILES
HOLDSWORTH, SR., father of Miles, Jr.:
Arthur, William, Allen and Ephriam
Holdsworth, and Mrs. Edith Wenkenbach
Remains resting at the Ives Funeral
Home, 2847 Wilson blvd.. Arlington, Va„
where funeral services will be held Wed
nesday, April .9, at 10 i.m. Interment
Columbia Gardens Cemetery. Bt. Louis
(Mo.) papers please copy. 8
HOLLOWAY, LUTHER. SR. On Satur
day, April 6, 1947, LUTHER HOLLOWAY,
SR., of 1255 Union st. s.w. He leaves a
wife, Anna Holloway; three daughters,
Rosalie Berry, Janie May Holloway and
Ethel Prlgen: four sons. Luther. Jr.; Calvin.
Horace and Floyd Holloway; two brothers,
two sisters and three grandchildren.
Friends may call at the above residence
after 4 p.m Wednesday, April 9. Funeral
Thursday. April 10. at 1 p.m., from Mount
Moriah Baptist Church. 3rd and L sts.
S-w., Rev. J. H. Randolph officiating. Ar
rangements by Eugene Ford. 9
HOPKINS, JULIUS. Suddenly, on Sat
urday. April 5. 1947, at Washington. D. C..
JULIUS HOPKINS, the beloved husband
of Mrs. Josephine Hopkins, son of the late
William Hopkins and the late Sarah Hop
kins Scott; father of Julius, jr., and
Robert Hopkins; brother of Mrs. Edith
Booker and Mrs. Henrietta Washington.
Surviving also are other relatives and
many friends. Remains resting at the
Snowden A Davis Funeral Home. Rockville,
Md . after 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 8. Fu
neral Wednesday, April 9. at 2 p m , at
Sharp Street Church. Sandy Spring. Md .
Rev. I. H. Carpenter officiating. Inter
usc-iiV V*»UIUi V^CillC tcx J . o
JACKSON, CLARA. Departed this lift
on Monday, April 7, 1947. at her residence
1415 Irving st. n.e., Mrs. CLARA JACK
SON, beloved mother ol Mrs. Rosa Howard,
Mrs. Estelle Waugh, Mrs. Gertrude How
ard, Woodle and Claybourne Jackson; sis
ter of Mrs. Estelle Allen of New York City.
She also leaves to mourn their loss three
grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren,
two nieces, two sons-in-law and other rel
atives and friends. Friends are Invited
to call at her late residence Wednesday,
April 9. after 4 p m., where funeral serv
ices will be held Thursday, April 10, at
1:30 p.m., Rev. L. T. Hughes officiating.
Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery
Arrangements by Ralph Barbour’s Funeral
Home. 9
JAYMES. CHARLES R., SR. On Friday,
April 4. 1047, at his residence. 1623 15th
st. n.w , CHARLES R. JAYMES, Sr . be
loved husband of Grace Dorsey Jaymes and
devoted father of Mrs. Helen Jaymes
Clarke. Mildred, Charles and Francis
Jaymes. He also is survived by three
brothers. Attorney Sully Jaymes of Spring
field. Ohio; Edward R Jaymes of Wash
ington. D C„ and Hampton Jaymes oi
Norfolk, Va.. and other relatives and
, friends. Remains resting with L. E.
Murray & Son, 1337 10th st. n.w.. where
! services will be held Wednesday. April 8. at
il:30 p.m.: Rev. Holiamon will officiate.
Interment in Lincoln Cemetery. 8*
JEWELL, HARRY, Suddenly, on Mon
day. April 7, 1947, HARRY JEWELL oi
1524 B st. n.e.. the son of the late Johr
and Mellia Ann Jewell. He leaves thre<
daughters, Lula Belle Davis, Clara anc
Monett Jewell: one son. Elmer Jewell: thret
sisters. Ida Hunter. Marie Amos and Mai
Revier Huhter; a brother, John Jewell, and
many other relatives and iriends. Re
mains resting at the Funeral Home ol
Alexander S. Pope. 315 15th at. s.e. No
tice cf funeral later.
KENNEI4.Y, ANNA M. Suddenly on
8unday, April 6. 1947, at her residence,
3820 Garfield st. n.w. ANNA M. KEN
NELLY. daughter of the late Patrick H
and Margaret E. Kennelly, sister of Rose E
and Joseph J. Kennelly. Funeral from thi
above late residence on Wednesday, Apri
9, at 9:30 a.m.. thence to St. Ann's
Church, where mass will be offered at If
a.m. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 8
KING, MAGGIE. On Saturday. Apri:
!5. 1947. MAGGIE KING, at Alexandria
Hospital. She leaves to mourn theii
! loss a brother. Charles Dorsey: threi
sons. William Kinc. Hough King, Johr
i Young: 9 grandchildren and many rela
i fives and friends Funeral Fridav. Apr!
ill. at 431 South Columbus st . Alexan
dria. Va. Burial Paynes Cemetery s.e. S'
LEWIS. JAMES WYATT. Suddenly, or
Monday. April 7. 1947, at his residence
625 New Hampishire ave. n.w. JAMEc
WYATT LEWIS, beloved husband ol Mrs
Mabel Lewis, devoted father of Mrs Heler
Briscoe and Mrs. Clarice Brown. He als<
is survived by eight grandchildren, othe:
relatives and many friends. Remains rest
ing at the John T. Rhines & Co. Funera
Home. 3rd and Eve sts. s.w. Notice o’
funeral later.
LOCKWOOD. PEARL LOUISE. On Tuce
day. April 8. 1947, at her residence
PEARL LOCKWOOD, beloved wife of wt!
ton A. Lockwood and mother of Elder Wll
ton P. Lockwood. Friends may call a
the Takoma Funeral Home. 254 Carroll st
Takoma Park, D. C. Notice of service:
later.
LUCAS. ANTHONY PHELIX. On Sun
day. April 6, 1947. at his residence. 143i
D st. n.e.. ANTHONY PHELIX LUCAS
loving husband of Suretta (Suite Tir.r.ey
Lucas, brother of Annie Berry, uncle o
Almus and Earl Berry: great-uncle it
Elaine Berry. After 12 noon Wednes
, day. April 9. until 12 noon Thursdav
friends may call at his late residence
; Funeral services private. Inte-ment Har
tmony Cemetery. Arrangements by Frasier
i j Funeral Home. Inc
ij McCarthy, fraxces louise. oi
Monday. April 7, 1947. FRANCES LOUIS]
McCarthy of 3110 Central ave. n.e.
wife of the late Daniel J McCarthy, moth
er of Mrs. Katherine M Boernstein. Mr
Earnest J. McCarthy and Mrs. George W
Scott, all of Washington. D. C. Service
at the above residence on Thursday. Apri
' 10. at 8:30 a.m.; thence to St. Francis D
I Sales’ Church. R I. ave. and 20th sts. n.e
where the holy sacrifice of the mass wil
be offered at 9 a.m. for the repose of hi
soul. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. I
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Me VET, HOWARD B. On Monday.
April 7, 1947, at Walter Reed
General Hospital. HOWARD B.
McVZY. beloved eon of Hoy
McVey. Funeral services and
interment Rising 8un, Md. Serv
ices by Chambers.
MOORE, MART L. Departed this life
Sunday. April 6. 1947, after a lingering 1U
ness. MARY L. MOORE. She leave* to
mourn their loss a devoted and loving
husband, JESSIE MOORE: one foster moth
er, Mildred Bali, and a host of other rela
tives and friends. Relatives and friends
may caU on Wednesday. April 9, after 5
p.m., at the John T. Rhine* & Co. Funeral
Home, 221 North Patrick st.. Alexandria.
Va. Funeral Thursday. April 10. at 1
p.m., from the above funeral home, Rev.
Strong officiating. Interment Union Cem
etery.
MORRIS, JOHN T. Suddenly, on Fri
day. April 4. 1947. JOHN T. MORRIS of
1120 Rhode Island are. n.w., husband of
Mrs. Havanna Morris, son of Thomas T.
Morris, sr.; brother of Mrs. Fannie Mans
field, James and Louis Morns Friends
may call at the Dovie G. Brooks Funeral
Home, 12th st. and Florida ave n.w., be
tween 6 and 8:30 p.m. Funeral and in
terment at Gladstone, Va. 8
MURRAY. BERTHA B. On Saturday,
April 5. 1947. at Sibley Hospital. BERTHA
B. MURRAY of 622 G st. s.w.. beloved
mother of Joseph B. Murray, Margaret
A. Ballard and Jennie B. Swartz. Funeral
services at the Taltavull Funeral Home,
436 7th st. s.w., on Wednesday, April 0.
at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 8
MURPHY, SUE LUCILLE. On Monday.
April t7 19477 SUE LUCILLE MURPHY Of
4722 46th st. n.w., wife of tne late Wil
liam T. Murphy, sister of Mrs. Karl F.
Van Norman of Mansfield, Pa. Thrfe
nieces. Mrs. Peter Paul Rice of Washjg
ton, D. C.; Mrs. Charles F. Jerabek of
Chicago. 111., and Mrs. Ketts Diilman of
Wellsburg, Pa., also survive. Services at
the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901
14th st. n.w., on April 10. at 3 p.m. In
terment Rockville Cemetery, Rockville, Md.
NEWMAN, ISIAH. On Monday. April
7, 1947. ISIAH NEWMAN of 325 G st. I.*.,
devoted husband of Dora Newman, fa
ther of Ernest, Solomon. James and Peter
Newman, He also is survived by two
brothers? two sisters, other relatives and
friends. Remains resting at Barnes &
Matthews’ Funeral Home, 614 4th st. s.w.
Notice of funeral later.
NORED, KATIE MARIE. On Sunday,
April 6, 1947. at GalUnger Hospital,
KATIE MARIE NORED, daughter of Lon
nie and Lillie Nored of 1430 Simms dr s.e.,
and granddaughter of Georgia E. Nored.
Also surviving are other relatives and
many friends. From 1 to 3:30 p.m. Tues
day friends are invited to call at the
McGuire Funeral Home, 1820 9th st. n.w.
Funeral and interment at Xenia, Ohio. 8
O’NEIL, LYNN. On Monday. April 7,
1947, at his residence, 8 West Oak st.,
Alexandria. Va.. LYNN O'NEIL, husband of
Trilby D. O’Neil, father of Trilby D. O Neil,
son of Mrs. Dennis O’Neil, brother of J. K..
D J. W. D.. Owen. Glen and Everett
O'Neil: Mrs. R. R. Turner and Mrs. W.
Merchant. Friends may call at the
Demaine Funeral Home, where services
will be held on Wednesday, April 9, at 3
p.m. Interment Ivy Hill Cemetery.
O’REILLY, EDWARD P. On Saturday.
April 5, 1947. at United States Veterans'
Hospital, Richmond, Va., EDWARD P.
O’REILLY, husband of Helen O'Reilly, son
of Mary Q. O’Reilly and brother of Bess,
C. J. and P. P. O’Reilly. Funeral from the
Collins Funeral Home, 3821 14th st. n.w.,
on Wednesday, April 9, at 9:30 a.m.
Requiem mass at St. Aloysius Church at
10:15 a.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery.
PARHAM, EDWARD. On Tuesday. April
8. 1847. EDWARD PARHAM of 1128 6th
st. n.w., brother of Lucy Mason and Joseph
Parham and uncle of Percy V. Mason.
Other relatives and friends also survive.
Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by
Malvan * Schey. *
PERKINS, LILLIAN MAE. Suddenly, on
Thursday. April 3, 1947, at Emergency
Hospital. Mrs. LILLIAN MAY PERKINS
of 1736 Willard st. n.w.. Apt. 304, loving
mother of Olga Mae Murray, sister of
Anna 8mlth and the late Martha Bias, de
voted -*nd loving grandmother of Henson
and Hamilton Murray. Other relatives
and many friends also mourn her. passing.
Relatives and friends may call at the resi
dence of her niece, Mrs. Lillian B. Free
man. 1618 Marion st. n.w., after 5 p.m.
Tuesday. Funeral services will be held
Wednesday, April 9, at 1 p.m., at Stewart's
Funeral Home, 30 H st. n.e.. Rev. R. M.
Williams officiating. Interment Lincoln
Memorial Cemetery. 8
POORE, WILLIAM R. On Tuesdav,
April 8, 1947, at his home, 52 Beech ave.,
Bethesda. Md., WILLIAM R. POORE, be
loved husband of Katherine L. Poore. Re
mains resting at the Bethesda-Chevy
Chase Funeral Home of Wm. Reuben
Pumphrey. Notice of funeral later. Kind
ly omit flower*.
RECKERT. GEORGE V. On Monday.
April 7, 1947, at his home. 3544 W pi.
n.w., GEORGE V. RECKERT, beloved
husband of Alice Ropp Reckert and
brother of Charles P„ William H. and
John G. Reckert and Mrs. May R. Les
callette. Remains resting at the Blrcb
Funeral Home, 3034 M st. n.w.. where
services will be held on Thursday, April
10. at 9:30 a.m., thence to Holy Trinity
Church, where mass will be offered at 10
a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
9
RECKERT. GEORGE V. Members of
the Holy Trinity Holy Name
Society of Georgetown, D. C..
will meet at the Birch Funeral
Home, 3034 M st. n.w., on
Wednesday. April 9, 1947, at 8
p.m.. to recite prayers for the
repose of the soul of the late
toother, member, GEORGE V. RECKERT.
GEORGE P. NORRIS, President.
CARL F. TURVEY, Secretary. 9
ROLAND, WILLIAM W. On Sunday,
April 6. 1947, at Providence Hospital,
WILLIAM W. ROLAND of 137 N. Caro
lina ave. re., beloved husband of Pauline
Roland and father of June, Virginia and
Richard Roland. Funeral from the James
T. Ryan Funeral Home. 317 Pa. ave. ».e,.
on Wednesday, April 9. at 1:15 P.m. Rela
tives and friends Invited. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. 8
SHEPPARD. ADRIENNE DOROTHEA.
On Monday. April 7, 1947, at Georgetown
University Hospital, ADRIENNE DORO
THEA SHEPPARD, beloved wife of Wallace
W. Sheppard, mother of Wallace W. Shep
pard. jr.; Mrs. J. C. Bradley and Mrs.
Robert E. Jenkins, and sister of Mrs. Lucy
F. P. Dugas. She also is survived by her
nieces, Mrs. Robert G. Thatch and Miss
Lucy F. Dugas. Friends may call at
Hysong’s Funeral Home. 1300 N st. n.w.,
until 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, April
8. Funeral services and interment on
Wednesday, April 9, at 2 p.m., at Edge
field, S. C.
SMITH. PALMER. SR.—On Sunday,
April 6. 1947, at his residence, Gainsville,
Va., PALMER SMITH. SR., husband of
Lillie Smith. He also leaves one son,
Palmer Smith, Jr., of Gainsville, Va.,
three daughters. Mrs. Francis Russell of
Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Madge S. Minton
of Alexandria, Va., and Miss Virginia
Smith of Gainsville, Va. Remains resting
at Baker k Sons’ Funeral Home. Manassas,
Va. Services at 2 p.m. Wednesday from the
Gainsville Methodist Church, Gainsville,
Va. Interment Gainsville Cemetery. 8
STROUD, JOHN W. Departed this life
Sunday, April 6, 1947, at Gallinger Hos
pital. JOHN W. STROUD. He leaves to
mourn their loss a devoted wife, Mrs.
Pearl Stroud; four loving children, other
relatives and friends. Remains resting at
Horton’s Mortuary, 1322 You st. n.w. Fu
neral Wednesday, April 9, at 1 p.m., from
St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 1514 16th st.
n.w., Rev. D. H. Brown officiating. Inter
ment Woodlawn Cemetery.
THOMPSON. JOHN ROBERT. On Fri
day, April 4, 1947, at his residence, 1121
6th st. n.w.. JOHN ROBERT THOMPSON.
He leaves two sisters, four brothers, eight
nieces, six nephews and a host of other
relatives and lriends. Mr. Thompson Is
resting at Wm. T. & Ruth B. Tolbert's
Funeral Home. 1308 6th st. n.w.. Funeral
th House of Prayer. 6th and M sts. n.w..
Rev. Mitchell officiating. Interment In
Woodlawn Cemetery. •
TOMPKINS, JAMES F. On Sunday,
April 6. 1947, JAMES F. TOMPKINS, be
loved husband of Mary E. Tompkins; fa
ther of James F. Tompkins. Jr.; Mrs. Ar
thur Cayley Davis, Mrs. Eugene Patterson
Warner and Miss Helen Charlotte Tomp
kins. He also is survived by two brothers
and three sisters. Remains resting at the
S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th
st. n.w. Services Wednesday, April 9, at
11 a m., at St. Mary's Episcopal Church,
Glebe rd. and 26th st., Arlington, Va. 8
UMBSTAETTER, ISABELLA SNYDER.
On Saturday, April 5, 1947, ISABELLA
SNYDER UMBSTAETTER of 2220 20th
st. n.w.. widow of Robert J. Umbstaetter
and beloved aunt of Corrie P. Wells and
Col. Frank L. Wells. Friends may call
at Oawler's Chapel, 1750 Pa. ave. n.w.,
where services will be held on Wednesday,
April 9. at 2 p.m. Interment Congres
sional Cemetery. Please omit flowers 8
VICKERS, ANNETA SMITH. On Sun
day. April 6. 1947, ANNETA SMITH
VICKERS of 4522 14th st. n.w., wife of
the late Charles Edgar Vickers; mother
of Mrs. May Patterson. Mrs. Virginia
Crane. Mrs. Seymour Smith. Mrs. Viola
' Compton. Mrs. Josebelle McAllister. Mrs.
i Mabel Dail. Thomas C. and Charles S.
! Vickers Services at the S. H. Hines Co.
| Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on
1 Tuesday, April s, at 8 P.m. Interment
iNewland Christian Church, Newland, Va.,
j on Wednesday. April 9. at 2 p.m. 8
WHITE, WALLACE. On Thursday. April
13. 1947, at Gallinger Hospital, WALLACE
WHITE, devoted father of Mrs. Ida Banks
and Mrs. Anna Curtis. Also surviving are
many other relatives and friends. Alter
5 p.m. Tuesday. April 8. friends may call
at the Dovie G. Brooks Funeral Home, 12th
st. and Florida ave. n.w., where funeral
services will be held Wednesday, April. 9.
at 1 p.m. Interment Payne's Cemetery.
WILLEY, ROBERT BERNARD. On Tues
day. April 8. 1947. at 4409 3rd st. n.w..
ROBERT BERNARD WILLEY, beloved hus
band of Eilleen M. Willey (nee Mills), son
of Lillian M. Willey and the late Edward
E. Willey, brcther of Edward J. Willey of
Bound Brook. N. J.: nephew of Miss Isa
belle MacMillan of Washington. D. C. Re
mains resting at the 8. H. Hines Co. Fu
neral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Notice
of funeral later.
WOODLAND, JULIA A. On Sunday.
! April 6. 1947, at her residence. 1813 Eye
1st. n.e.. Apt. 4, JULIA A. WOODLAND,
the beloved wife of Joseph W. Woodland
■jmother of Hattie Younger. Thelma Casey.
George Woodland, Norman Woodland.
1 Amelia Brown and Helen Woodland: sister
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WOODLAND. JULIA. ^ The Auxiliary to
Mount Calvary Commandery, No 4, K. T„
shereby notified of the funeral of H L.
TOLXA WOODLAND, Wednesday, April 9.
1947. at 1 pjn.. from the Zion Baptist
Ihurch, F st. between 3rd and 4th at*.*
i. W. H. L. LOUIS* BECKS, President.
GRACE X. BENNETT. Secretary.
WOODLAND. JULIA. Queen Victoria i
Household announces the death of Wist
Most Noble Governor JULIA WOODLAND. I
funeral Wednesday, April 9,, 1947. at 1 ,
j. m.. from the Zion Baptist Church. ■
INMATE GLENNIE DOUGLAS. M. N. G.
INMATE P. W. CURTIS. W. R.
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BLACK. MRS. MAY. In sad but loving j
memory of my darling friend, Mrs. MAY
t-LACK, who passed away one year ago to- 1
lay. April 8, 1946. I
[ cannot say and will not say
Ibat she is dead, she Is just away.
With a cheery smile and a wave of the j
She hafwandered Into an unknown land.
And left me dreaming how very fair
It needs must be since she lingers there. ]
And me, oh. me, who the wildest yearn ,
for the old-time steps and the glad return, ,
Think of her still faring on as dear .
In the love of there as the love of here.
Think of her still as the same, we say, ,
She is not dead, she Is Just away.
U ever a love existed.
If ever a sweet flowers grew,
[f ever a soul filled its mission on earth,
My darling friend. It was you.
Sleep on. dear, good friend, it has been a
Slnce'°you 7frft our hearts filled with sad
You know "how'we loved you and. yes, love
A DEVOTED FRIEND. ROSTS WEAVER.
BRADY. GLADYS. In remembrance of ;
my dear daughter. GLADYS BRADY, who
departed this life April 8, 1944.
Three years ago today
My darling daughter passed away;
God took her home. He knew best,
And granted her eternal rest.
HER LONELY MOTHER, LUVENIA HER
BERT.
CARTER. SILAS. In loving remem
brance of my husband, SILAS CARTER,
who died thirty years ago today, April 8,
1917.
Gone, but not forgotten, nor ever will he be.
He exchange his cross for a crown.
Many hours I have spent alone
Through the lonely and dreary years.
No happiness In my home.
Just when life was the sweetest
And he could have lived his best,
The gates of Heaven opened
And he entered Into sweet rest.
YOUR LOVING WIFE, ROSIE CARTER.
FINNIE. THOMAS. In loving memory
Df our dear father, THOMAS FINNIE, who
departed this life twenty-three years ago .
today, April 8. 1924.
And memory is one gift of God
That death canno^estrey^ . ,
GANT, FANNIE WATSON In sad but ;
loving memory of my daughter and my
sister, FANNIE WATSON GANT, who de
parted this life three years ago today,
ftpril 8. 1944.
K loving one from us has gone.
The voice we loved Is stilled.
K place is vacant In our hearts i
Which never can be filled.
SVe often sit and think of you
And talk of how you died; <
To know you could not say good-by
Before you closed your eyes.
>ur hearts still ache with sadness,
Our eyes shed many tears; <
:>nly God knows how much we miss you
At the end of these three years. <
?>ATHH3t AND BROTHER, WILSON AND
CHARLES WATSON. 1
GANT, FANNIE. In sacred memory of
>ur dear friend, FANNIE GANT, who so
suddenly left us three years ago today, ,
\pril 8. 1844. (
You are not forgotten, loved one,
Nor will you ever be; ]
As Ions as life and memory last ,
We will remember thee. ____.. i
DEVOTED FRIENDS FRANCIS GREEN J
AND GENEVA POSEY. * j
GLASCOE. CARRIE LEE. In loving
memory of my dear mother. CARRIE LEE 1
3LASCOE, who passed away one year ago
;oday, April 8. 1948.
Gone, but not forgotten. <
May her soul rest In peace. j
DAUGHTER, BLANCHE. • j
GRANER. JOHN H. In loving memory
>f our dear father, JOHN H. GRANER.
who passed away two years ago yesterday,
\pril 7. 1945.
Hls sweet memory is all we have left, ,
HU cares are all at rest;
But thankful today we can say 1
We loved him and did out best.
HIS LOVING CHILDREN. ‘
JACKSON, JAMES A. InlOVlng K- ]
nembrance of my dear husband, JAMES
» JACKSON, who departed this life one
rear ago today, April 8, 1948.
Memories are treasures no one can steal,
Death leaves a heartache nothing can heal;
Some have forgotten now that you are J
f <.haUnremember, no matter how long.
May your soul rest in peace._
MS DEVOTED WIFE, EMMA JACKSON. •
LE PREUX, MRS. BETTIE. In loving
remembrance of our dear mother iuia
rrandmother, Mrs. BETTIE LE PREUX,
who passed away three years ago today,
tpril 8. 1944. 1
Memories sre treasures no one can steal,
Death leaves a heartache nothing can heal; .
Some have forgotten new that you are
We shall’ remember, no matter how tong.
DEVOTED DAUGHTER. MRS. LOUIS G.
WHITE. AND GRANDSON, MR. WIL
LIAM J. ROBBINS. *
MATTHEWS, EDWARD. In loving mam
>ry of our dear father and grandfather,
SDWARD MATTHEWS, who passed away
,wenty-two years ago today. April 8, 1925.
So like the river
Death is not the end, ,
But a lovelier and clearer view
Beyond the river’s bend. _
LOVING DAUGHTERS. SON AND GRAND
CHILDREN.
MATTHEWS, MARY. In loving memory
>f my dear mother, MARY MATTHEWS,
who passed away one year ago today, April
i, 1946.
There is no love like mother's love,
So bright, so pure a flame;
There is no sweeter sound on earth !
Than her beloved name.
There Is no sunshine like her smile,
No arms like her’s to hold;
No touch so tender and so dear,
No heart of purer gold._
DEVOTED DAUGHTER. MILDRED. AND
SON-IN-LAW, FRANK MITCHELL. •
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Benjamin Martin, Jr.,
1$ Dead in Oklahoma
Benjamin Martin, Jr., 73, a Wash
ngton resident in his youth, died
mddenly in Muskogee, Okla., last
Saturday, friends here learned today.
Mr. Martin, a lawyer, had busi
less interests in the Capital and in
Arlington County. He visited Wash
ngton each spring and was pre
laring for this year’s trip when he
lied.
Descended from an old Southern
amily, Mr. Martin was born on a
ilantation near Allendale, S. C. He
iame to Washington as a boy, when
lis father took a position with the
Agriculture Department. As a
roung man, Mr. Martin worked for
he real estate firm of Hill and
Fohnston, then situated next to the
ttggs Bank. He became acquainted
srith W. W. Corcoran and other
eading businessmen of the day.
After his graduation from George
Washington University law school,
Mr. Martin went to what was then
he Indian Territory, and began to
practice law in Muskogee. Later he
served in the legislature.
He continued his interest in the
Capital, friends recalled, and sub
scribed to The Star for nearly half
i century.
Mr. Martin leaves his wife, Mrs.
lAura Martin, a son, Richard Mar
in, who was his law partner; two
granddaughters and two brothers.
Casper C. Cline Dies;
Frederick Businessman
By th« Auociated Pr«*s
FREDERICK, Md„ April «8.—eas
ier C. Cline, 74, furniture dealer
md trustee of the Frederick City
Hospital, died yesterday after a long
llness.
Funeral services will be held at the
Calvary Methodist Church tomor
ow.
In Umariam
MOORE. ISAIAH B. A tribute of lovi*
lemory of our dearly beloved husband
,nd father. ISAIAH B. MOORE, who passed
.way into eternal rest one year ago, April
I. 1946.
Mten we sit and talk of you
And think of how you died.
'o know you could not say good-by
Before you closed your eyes.
>ur hearts still ache with sadness,
Our eyes shed many a tear;
mly God knows how much we miss you
At the end of one sadyear. _
'OUR LOVING AND DEVOTED WIFE.
MARY POWELL MOORE, AND SON,
RAYMOND. •
MURPHY, MARGARET M. In sad but
svtag memory of our dear mother, MAR
SARET M. MURPHY, who departed this
Ife fourteen years ago today, April 8,
933.
femories are treasures no one can steal,
ieath leaves a wound no one can heal;
Ihe lives with us in memories still,
rot just today, but always will.
Gone, but not forgotten.
1ER DEVOTED DAUGHTERS. ALICE M.
JACKSON. FRANCES DICKENS. •
STEWART, JOHN Y. In loving memory
f my husband and our father, JOHN Y.
TEWART, who departed this life four
ears ago today, April 8, 1943.
[IS WIFE. ANNIE: DAUGHTER, YULE,
AND SON, HARRY. •
TATE, MARY ELIZABETH. In loving
lemory of our dear sister and aunt, MARY
ILIZABETTH TATE, who passed into eter
lal rest two years ago today, April 8, 1946.
n the book of life there are pages
Filled with memories fond and true,
Ind of those most dear through the ages
Are the beautiful memories of you.
)E VOTED SISTER, LUCILLE HARVEY,
AND NIECES. •
TURNER. ELIZABETH. A tribute of
ove and devotion in memory of our dear
lOther, ELIZABETH TURNER, who de
isrted this life four year ago today, April
I, 1943.
Gone is the face we loved so dear.
Silent is the voice we loved to hear;
Too far away for sight or speech.
But not too far for thoughts to reach.
Some may think we have forgotten
Just because we smile,
But no one knows the heartaches
The smiles hide all the while.
IER CHILDREN, ABBIE, JESSE, CARRIE.
CLYDE, AND GRANDDAUGHTER MAR
THA. _»
Mrs. Frances McCarthy,
Lang Resident Here, Dies
Mrs. Frances U McCarthy, 84,
resident of Washington for more
than 30 yean, died yesterday at h£r
home, 3110 Central avenue NX,
after a brief illness. ’
A native of Lexington, Massy she
was the widow of Daniel J. Mc
Carthy, who died more than 40
years ago. She lived in Stoneham,
Mass., before moving to Washington.
Surviving are two daughten, Mm.
Mina Scott and Mrs. Katherine M.
Boemstein, both of the Central
avenue address; a son, Ernest J.
McCarthy, Warrenton, Va., and
three grandchildren. Another son,
Dr. Leonard D. McCarthy, Wash
ington physician, died in 1934.
Funeral arrangements have not
been completed.__. f
George Carmine, 81,
Retired Coast Guard
Rear Admiral, Dies
By the Associated Press
PRESTON, Md., April 8.—Rear
Admiral George Creighton Carmine,
81-year-old retired Coast Guard
officer who commanded several dis
tricts and is remembered for a series
of spectacular rescues in Chesapeake
Bay 35 yean ago, died at his home
here last night.
He had been seriously ill a week.
One of his last assignments was
commander of the New York Coast
Guard District, to which he was ap
pointed in 1925. At various times
he commanded Coast Guard units
at San Francisco, Boston and Wash
ington.
He was decorated for World War I
convoy duty and figured in the
Aleutian Islands seal poaching
WV/UV* V * VA OJ •
In the severe winter of 1912*13,
Admiral Carmine’s patrol craft went
to the assistance of 15 vessels in
Chesapeake Bay. He was commend
ed for heroism in the sinking Janu
ary 3. 1913, of the S. S. Luckenback,
which collided in a 70-mile-an-hour
gale with a British steamer and went
down in Tangier Sound. Fourteen
lives were lost.
Survivors include a son, Campbell
Carmine, Piedmont, Calif. Burial
will be at Arlington Cemetery.
Hundreds Join in Search
For Pennsylvania Boy, 4
ty the Associated Press
PHILIPSBURG, Pa., April 8.—
Pour-year-old Jimmy Senser was
missing today in the mountains of
Central Pennsylvania and weary
searchers fear he might be dead of
exposure.
Hundreds of searchers, carrying
lanterns and flashlights, braved icy
winds to continue their search
throughout the night.
Jimmy disappeared from his home
Eastern Sunday clad only in a thin
undershirt, and the only clues to
date have been a small bed sweater
found on a railroad track near his
home and several footprints of his
bare feet in the mud.
The missing boy, youngest of three
children, is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Senser, of nearby Loch
Lohmond. He was playing with his
brother Sylvester, aged 7, and his
sister Leona May, 5, while his mother
was preparing dinner. When the
mother called the children for din
ner, Jimmy failed to appear.
Homer ^Stanford, 81,
Retired Rear Admiral,
Navy Engineer, Dies
Rear Admiral Homer Reed Stan
ford, U. S, N„ retired, 81, the oldest
living member the Navy’s Civil
Engineering md a former
chief of the Bu
reau of Yards
and Docks, died
yesterday at Be
thesda Naval
HospHaL He
lived of the
Chev;
dub.
A _ of
Alton, HI., he
was the son of
the late Homer
Stanford and
the late Eva
French mi
lord. He was
educated the
Manual Training
School and receiv'”1 bachelor of
engineering degree Washing
ton university, St. Louis, ii 1888. He
held a doctor of engineering degree
from Rensselear Polytechnic Insti
tute, Troy, N. Y.
Commissioned in the Navy in May,
1898, he served during the Spanish
American War in the Philippines.
From 1912 to 1915, he was chief of
the Bureau of Yards and Docks here
and later served in World War I.
He retired in 1926.
A history of the Potomac, written
by Admiral Stanford and published
by the Princeton Press in 1940, dealt
principally with the early struggle
to build a freight canal between tide
water and the frontier settlements.
He was a member or tne cnevy
Chase Club, the Army-Navy Clubs
of New York and Washington, the
University Club of Philadelphia, the
American Society of Civil Engineers,
and the Institute of Mining Engi
neers.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Boy
E. L. Sarkett, Eau Oallie, Fla., wife
of Rear Admiral Roy E. L. Sackett,
U. S. N. retired, and a son, Carring
ton M. Stanford, Wayne, Me.
Military funeral services will be
held at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at Fort
Myer Chapel. Burial will be in
Arlington Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Rear Admiral
J. J. Manning, present chief of the
Bureau of Yards and Docks; Rear
Admiral J. F. Jelley, Rear Admiral
W. H. Smith, Capt. Chester Wells,
Capt. D. C. Webb, Capt. P. L. Reed,
Joshua Evans and Barney Martin.
French Morocco has sent the
United States its first bitter-almond
oil since 1941.
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George V. Reckert Dies;
Retired Groeeryman
George V. Reckert, 73, retired
groeeryman, died yesterday at Ms
home, 3544 W place N.W., after a
long illness,
A Washington resident since 1888,
Mr. Reckeit was proprietor of Reck
ert’s Grocery Store, 3233 M street
N.W., when he retired in 1942. He
had succeeded his father, the late
Charles G. Reckert, who established
the business in 1890. His mother,
the late Annie May Reckert, was the
daughter of a family which had
lived in. Georgetown since before the
Civil War.
He was a member of the Wash
ington Canoe dub and Holy Trinity
Catholic Church, Thirty-sixth and
O streets N.W.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Alice L. Reckert, of the W {dace ad
dress; a sister, Mrs. May R. Les
callette, 3738 W street N.W.; three
brothers, Charles P. Reckert, 3120
Dumbarton avenue N.W.; William
H. Reckert, of the W street addreas,
and John G. Reckert, 3810 Veaaey
street N.W.
Funeral services will be held at
8:30 am. Thursday at the Burch
funeral home, 3024 M street N.W.,
followed by a requiem mass at 10
am. at Holy Trinity Church. Burial
will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Dr. Stebbins to Speak
Dr. Ernest L. Stebbins of the
Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene
will be the guest speaker at the an
nual luncheon meeting of the In
structive Visiting Nurse Society, at
12:15 pm. April 22 in the YWCA,
Seventeenth and K streets N.W,
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Folds of tender tissues art rinsed and
cleansed; away goes every sign of odor.
It 1« soothing and refreshing; easy
to use. Two sises: 86c and *1.25 at
your favorite drugstore.
KKT’S POWDKR—to bo sursl
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IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Fire, Ambulance and Police
Emergency Telephone Calls
Due to the telephone strike, operators may not be available to assist on calls
for firef ambulance and police. The public is requested to remember these
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directions in event of emergency:
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To Report a Fire .... DIAL HObart 1616
To Call the PoUce .... DIAL NAtional 3313
To Call the Park Police . • • DIAL District 1400
To Call an Ambulance ... DIAL HObart 3322
FIRE—AMBULANCE—OR POLICE
Bradley-Oliver-Wisconsin • • DIAL Oliver 3205
Hyattsville-Union-Warfield * • DIAL UNion 1122
Olympic-Pleasant ... * DIAL PLeasant 1122
Ttjwer ,..••••• DIAL XOwer 5151
Shepherd-Sligo-Silver Spring . DIAL SHepherd 3200
Marlboro DIAL MArlboro 3417 |
Rockville . '.DIAL ROckville 2345
Greenbelt •••••• DIAL GReenbelt 2011
ALL NON-DIAL (MANUAL) TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS j
Flash Your Receiver Hook Up and Down Slowly and Report the Emergency.
PLEASE THIS OUT AND KEEP NEAR
Nike & Potomac Telephone I
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