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wSSS25:««PA^ 2EE85 o«? and 1g ssrwttwJ oWk.^.^otV^ funeral later. (York. F»» paper* pleaae copy.) BARRETT, JOHN J. JOHN J. BARRETT of 719 F »t. «.w., formerly sexton of St. Dominic’s Church. Remain* rearing at the Taltavull Funeral Home. 436 7tn at. a.w.» after 4 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral from the above funeral home on Thursday, April 10. at 8:30 am. Requiem mass at St. Sgmlnic's Church at 9 am. Interment ount Olivet Cemetery. 9 BASIL. MARY L On April 7.1947, at Emergency Hospital. Annapolis, Mo.. MARY I. BASIL, beloved wife of Arthur J- Basil 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 BAXANDALL, WILLIAM H. On Wed nesday, April 9. 1947, at his residence. 917 East Capitol St., WILLIAM H. BAX ANDALL, the beloved father of Ann and Mary F. Baxandall of Staunton. Va.; son of Smith and Alice H. Baxandall and brother of Percy Baxandall, Mrs. Mabel SinCh|r«nr?l&.aStdcM^b^?1fi8n4l W& ^ SPll^aS. ,'?nte°rnme«daM2 Jl. tlonal Cemetery. 11 BONDAROFF, NATHAN. On Wednes day. April 9. 1947, NATHAN BONDAROFF of 4008 Marlboro pl. n.w„ beloved father of Mrs. Esther Welsberg, Mrs. Ida Wolf, Mrs. Bertha Fishkln, Mrs. 8rlvia Blumen thfcl. Elite, Shirley and Jacob Bqndaroff. He also Is survived by one sister, Mrs, Abraham Love. Funeral services at the Bernard Dansansky & Son Euneral Home. 3601 14th at. n.w., on Thuraday, April 10, at 1 pm. Interment District oi Columbia Lodge Cemetery. BOURNE, MARTIN R. On Wednesday, April 2. 1947. 1ft Philadelphia, Pa., MAR TIN R? BOURNE, formerly of Washington, D C. He leaves to mourn their loss a wife. Mrs. Bessie Hazen Bourne: one daughter, Mrs. Esther Bourne McKinley of Philadelphia, Pa,, and one slater, Mrs. J. 6. Reese of New York City. Funeral ar rangements private. lu BOWIE, SADIE KERFOOT. On Tues day April 8, 1947, at Prince Georges Gen eral Hospital, SADIE KERFOOT BOWIE, the beloved wife of Brice Bowie and mother of William. Brice. Jr., and Andrew K. Bowie. Services at Chambers Riverdale Funeral Home, 6801 Cleveland ave., River dale, Md.. on Thursday, April 10, at 11 am. Private Interment in Glenwood BRINGHAM, ANNIE M. On Wednesday. April 9. 1947, at Providence Hospital. ANNIE M. BRINGHAM ol 137B E St s.e., widow ol the late Charles L Brlngham Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w., on Friday, April 11, at 2 P.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 10 BROCATO, SAMUEL. On Wednesday. Aoril 9, 1947. at his residence. 1417 Hol bSk st SAMUEL BROCATO, be loved brother of Frank. Joseph, John and Charles Brocato. Mrs. Sarah Pulvlrentl and Mrs. Anna Sothard Prayers at Cham bers’ Funeral Home» 617 11th st. s.e.# on Saturday, April 12, at 8:30 a.m. Mass at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 3rd and F sts. n.w., at 9 a.m. Rela tives and friends Invited. Interment at Arlington National Cemetery* 11 BROWN, BESSIE COOPER. On Tuesday, April 8, 1947, at Pittsburgh, Pa.. BESSIE COOPER BROWN, wife of Chartes Brown and sister of William Cooper of Pittsburgh, Pa.; Gertrude Frasier, Rose Cooper of Rockville. Md.: Nannie Peace, Preston and Herbert Cooper of New York City. Other relatives end friends also survive. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Malvan As Schey. BROWN. SAMUEL W. On Tuesday, April 8, 1947. at Prince Georges County Hospital, 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. Funeral from his late residence, 6723 New Hamp shire ave., o« Thursday, April 10. at 8:30 a.m.; thence to Our Lady of Sorrows Cath ollce Church, Ethan Allen ave., Takoma Park. Md., where mass will be offered at 9 a.m. for the repose of his soul. Rela tives and friends invited to attend. In terment Rock Creek Cemetery. 9 CECIL, LUELLA. On Saturday, April 6. 1947, at Casualty Hospital, LUELLA CECIL, beloved: wife of Charles ML Cecil and mother <£ Mrs. Mildred Embrey. Charles M., Jr., and Dorothy Mae Cecil, and sister of Mrs. Frank Klelndienst and Mrs. John Melle. Friends may call at the Wastler Funeral Home. 301 East Capitol st, where services will be held on Wednes day. April 9, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Congressional Cemetery. —9 CLARK, 8USAN M. On Monday, April 7. 1947, at her residence, 332 Seaton pi. n e.. Mrs. SUSAN M. CLARK, beloved mother of William A. Dean, Mrs. Mary Franc* Allen, Miss Edith C. Dean and Archibald F. Dean. Remains resting at Hysong’s Funerar Home, 1300 N st. n.w. Funeral services and Interment private. 9 CLINE, CASPER E., SR. On April 7, 1947, CASPER E. CLINE, Sr., prominent churchman and funeral director of Fred erick, Md. Funeral services Wednesday, April 9, at 3 p.m., at the Calvary Method ist Church, Frederick, Md. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 9 COLLINS, DR. JOHN ANDREW. On l Wednesday, April 9. 1947, at the residence of his daughter. 4915 Glenbrook rd. n.w.. Dr. JOHN ANDREW COLLINS, husband of Mollie Marshall Collins and father of Mrs. Martha Collins Vesey. Services and interment Warren, Ohio. 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., on Thursday, April 10, at 2:30 p.m. Inter ment at Glenwood Cemetery. 9 DAVIS, ANDERSON B. On Monday, April 7, 1947. at his residence, 2301 On tario rd. n.w., ANDERSON B. DAVIS, beloved husband of Mrs. Clara Harris Davis, father of Virginia Davis, brother of Mrs. Grade Munson and Julia Davis. He also leaves a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at his late (residence after 4p.m. Wednesday, April 9. 'Funeral services Thursday, April 10, at II a.m., at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church, 1432 You st. n.w., Rev. J. W. Bundrandt officiating. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. 9 DAVIS, ANDERSON B. The members — of Sergt. George Berry Camp, No. 10, Department of the Po tomac. U. S. W. V., are noti» fled of the death of Comrade ANDERSON B. DAVIS, on Mon day. April 7, 1947. Pallbearers will assemble at 10 o’clock a.m. Thursday. April 10. at his late residence, 2301 Ontario rd. n.w. Funeral Thursday. April 10, at 11 a.m., from the W. Erne* Jarvis Funeral Church, 1432 You st. n.w. By order of WM. LEON BATES. Commander. L. L. VAUGHAN. Adjutant. * DOWNING.' ROSSA F. On Wednesday, April 9, 1047, at his residence. 3714 35th at. n.w., ROSSA F. DOWNING, beloved husband of Louise Downing (nee Gibbons). Notice of funeral later. EVANS, LLOYD C. On Saturday, April 5. 1947, at Galllnger Hospital, LLOYD C. EVANS, darting son of Millie Evans of 3413 S. Kemper dr., Arlington, Va. Re mains may be viewed from 6 to 10 p.m. April 8 at Chinn Funeral Home. 2605 S. Seminary 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 FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Y7LTSPEARE CO. a either successor to nor connected with le original W. R. Speare establishment In Case of Death One of the Largest Undertakers In the World Complete Funerals $95 to $2,000 Four Large Funeral Hornet Phone CO. 0432 J. William Lee’s Sons Co. 4th and Mass. Are. N.E LI. 5200 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium FRANK GEIER'S SONS CO. funeral home 3605 14th St. N.W. Hobart 2326 NEW ENLARGED PARLORS Formerly at 1113 7th St. N.W. Established 1851 FPNFKAL DESIGNS. Blackistone, Inc. 804J7%« BEAUTIFUL FLORAL TRIBUTES, $5 up Phone and Charge It GUDE BROS. CO. Individually deairned Wreaths and Spray* Charre accoanU opened by Phene me r St, N.W—NAtl.nal 4276 c & C FLOWER STORES FLORAL SPRAT' SS.95 CP DELIVERED Charte Account. Invited _ Two Convenient Locations 898 14th St. N.W. ME. 7433 923 F St. N.W._MR- ^494 GEO. C. SHAFFER, Ine. 0108 Cor. 14th & Eye "BfiBST CHACONAS FLOWERS Reamtlfal FLORAL PIECES li.N aU ■> MN 14th ttRjt^bN* WO. 1191 Brattffl FRAZER. ROBERT. Suddenly, Ml Tues day, April 8. 1047, st Bants Barbara, Calif.. ROBERT FRAZER. He Is survived by his wife, Olivia Lansdale Fr«er, and sister, Miss Margaret Fraser of Washing ton. D. C. 11 FULFOBD, ROSE GREEN. On Monday, April 7, 1047, st her residence, 2708 South 1st it.. Arlington, Vs., BOSE GREEN FULFORD. beloved mother of William H. Fuiford, devoted sister of Mrs. Lida Smith and Tarleton C. Green. She also leaves other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church, 1432 You st. n.w., after 10 ajn. Wednesday. April 9. , Funeral services Thursday, April 10, at 1 p.m., at the abovf funeral church. Relatives and friends in vited. Interment Lomax Church Ceme tery. Arlington. Va. 'O GAREY, GEORGE W. On Monday, April 7, 1047, 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 friends are invited to call at his late resi dence. where services will be held on Thursday. April 10, at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. (Savannah, Ga., papers please copy.) 9 GRAHAM, HARVEY WILSON. On Tues day, April 8, 1047, HARVEY WILSON GRAHAM of 12 Rhode Island ave. n.e., beloved husband of Lena Parsons Graham, father of Daniel P. Graham of Silver Spring, Md.; Thomas H. Graham of Peters burg, Va.. and James G. Graham of Wash ington. D. C. Services at St. Paul's Epis copal Church. Rock Creek Parish, Webster st. and Rock Creek Church rd., on Thurs day, April 10. at 11 a.m. Interment pri vate. Please omit flowers. GRAY, ANDREW. On Tuesday, April 8, 1947, at his home, Allentown rd.. Camp Springs. Md., ANDREW GRAY. Be leaves a wife, Bessie Gray; four daughters, Sarah, Maggie, Eleanor and Elizabeth Gray; one son, Wilbert Gray, U. S. Army, in Japan: one sister and many other relatives and friends. Friends may call at Eugene Ford’s Funeral Home, 1213 4th st. s.w , after 4 p.m. Thursday, April 10. Funeral services and Interment at St. Thomas' Methodist Church, Aauesco, Md., Friday, April 11, at 1 p.m. 10 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 HAWKINS, PALL LEO. On Sunday, April 6. 1947, at Baltimore, Md„ PAUL LEO HAWKINS, father of Reginald and Paul Hawkins. Mrs. Pauline Hawkins Pharl of New York City and the late Raymond A. Hawkins. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church, 1432 You st. n.w., after 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 9. Funeral services Thursday, April 10, tt 2:30 p.m.. at the above funeral church. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. HENDERSON, JESSIE. On Monday, April 7, 1947, JESSIE HENDERSON, be loved wife of Donald Henderson, mother of William Henderson and Mrs. Ruth F. Thiele. Services at Chambers’ Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e„ on Thursday, April 10, at 2:30 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 10 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, lr.; 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. 0 JACKSON, CLARA. Departed this life on Monday, April 7, 1947, at her residence, 1415 Irving st. n.e., Mrs. CLARA JACK SON, beloved mother of Mrs. Rosa Howard, Mrs. Estelle Waugh, Mrs. Gertrude How ard, Woodie and Clayboume 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 Tate residence Wednesday, April 9, after r 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. o LONG, JOSEPH A. On Wednesday, April 9, 1947, In Baltimore, Md„ JOSEPH A. LONG, beloved husband of the late Monica M. Long. Remains resting at the James T. Ryan Puneral Home, 317 Pa. ave. s.e., after 10 a.m. Thursday, April 10. Notice of funeral later. LUCAS. ANTHONY PHELIX. On Sun Say, April 6, 1947. at his residence, 1436 D st. n.e., ANTHONY PHELIX LUCAS, loving husband of Suretta (Susie Tinney) Lucas, brother of Annie Berry, uncle of Almus and Earl Berry; great-uncle of Elaine Berry. After 12 noon Wednes day. April 9. until 12 noon Thursday, triends may call at his late residence. Puneral services private. Interment Har mony Cemetery. Arrangements by Frazier’s Funeral Home. Inc. MCCARTHY, FRANCES LOUISE. On Monday, Anril 7, 1947, FRANCES LOUISE McCarthy of 3110 Central ave. n.e., tfife of the late Daniel J. McCarthy, moth er of Mrs. Katherine M. Boernstein, Mr. Earnest J. McCarthy and Mrs. George W. 3cott, all of Washington. D. C. Services »t the above residence on Thursday, April 10, at 8:30 a.m.; thence to St. Francis De Sales’ Church. R. I. ave. and 20th sts. n.e., irhere the holy sacrifice of the mass will be offered at 9 a.m. for the repose of his soul. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 9 MONEY, THOMAS R. On Tuesday, April 8, 1947, at his residence, 1511 C st. s.e.. THOMAS R. MONEY, beloved father bf Lawrence E.. Frederick F. and Cedric T. Money; Mrs. Rose King, Mrs. Ellleen Brown, Mrs. Loys Tolbott, Mrs. Thelma Graves, Mrs. Mereedn Grovenazzo, Mrs. Grven Dolyn Verdi, Mrs. Alice Hugh and Mrs. Margaret Moore. Services at the Chambers Funeral Home, 517 Hth st. s.e., on Friday. April II, at 2:30 p.m. Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 11 MOORE, MARY L. Departed this life Sunday. April 6, 1947, after a lingering ill ness, MARY L. MOORE. She leaves to mourn their loss a devoted and loving husband. JESSIE MOORE; one foster moth er. Mildred Ball, and a host of other rela tives and Priends. Relatives and friends may call on Wednesday, April 9, after 5 p.m., at the John T. Rhines 3s 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. 9 MULLER. MARTIN. Members of Baual «ity-Walter Reed Post, No. 284, V. P. W„ are notified of the death of Comrade MAR TIN MULLER. Funeral serv ices will be held at the United States Soldiers’ Home Chapel on Friday. April 11. 1847, at 10:30 a.m. CHARLES M. HOLMES. Commander. 10 MURPHT. SUE LUCILLE. On Monday. April 7. 1947, SOT LUCILLE MURPHY of 4722 40th st. n.w., wife of the late Wil liam T. Murphy, sister of Mrs. Karl P. Van Norman of Mansfield. Pa. Three nieces, Mrs. Peter Paul Rice of Washing ton. D. C.; Mrs. Charles F. Jerabek of Chicago. 111., and Mrs. Ketts Dlllman of Wellsburg, Pa . also survive. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. FuneTal Home, 2901 14th st. n.w, on April 10. at 3 p.m. In terment Rockville Cemetery, Rockville, Md. 9 NEWMAN. ISIAH. On Monday, April 7, 1947, ISIAH NEWMAN of 325 G st. S.W., 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 Bed friends. Remains resting at Barnes Sc Matthews' Funeral Home, 614 4th st. s.w., where funeral services will be held Thurs day. April 10. at 1 p.m.. Rev. Menson Hill officiating. Interment Payne's Cemetery. PARHAM, EDWARD D. On Tuesday, April 8, 1947. EDWARD D. PARHAM of 1128 6th st. n.w, brother of picy Mason and Joseph Parham and uncle of Percy V. Mason, Other relatives and friends also survive. After 12 noon Thursday friends may call at the Malvan Sc Schey Funeral Home, N. J. ave. and R at. n.w. Services at the above funeral home Friday, April 11, at 1 p.m. Rev. L. T. Hughes of ficiating. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 10* PITCHER, EUGENE B. On Tuesday, April 8. 1947, EUGENE H. PITCHER of 3910 McKinley st, Chevy Chase, D. C.. beloved husband of Delia Pitcher, lather of Paul S. Pitcher. Servlets at the S. H. Ifines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w, on Thursday, April 10. at 2 pjn. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. Please omit flowers. 10 • . j . John J. Barrett Rites Tomorrow In Church He Served 30 Yetirs pnigmn requiem mass for John J. Barrett, 74, will be held at # am. tomorrow at St Dominic’* Church, 515 Sixth street S.W, where he served aa sexton for nearly 30 yean before his retirement. Mr. Barrett who died Saturday night at a hospital here, bad offi cially retired from his duties about 10 years ago, but priests at the church said seldom a day passed he didn't come by “just to make 2}*at!p POORE, WILLIAM R. On Tuesday. April 8, 1947, at his home. 62 Beech ave., Be thesda, Md., WILLIAM R. POORE, beloved husband of Katherine L. Poore. Remains resting at the. Bethesda-Cbevy Chase Fu neral Home of Wm. Reuben Pumphrey. Services Friday. April 11, at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Bethesda, Md., where requiem mass wul be offered at 8:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary’s Cemetery, Rockville, Md. Kindly omit flowers. 10 QUIGLEY, DANIEL J. On Wednesday. April 9, 1947. at 6617 30th St. n.w . DAN IEL 3, QUIGLEY, beloved son of John J, and Alma C. Quigley (nee Curtta) and brother of Robert C. and William F. QvUg ley Funeral from the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home, 3831 Georgia ave. n.w., on Friday, April 11. at 8:30 a.m. Requiem mass at the Shrine of the Blessed Sacra ment Church at 9 aj». Interment Gate of Heaven ^Cemetery, Pleasantvllle, N. Y. (New York City papers please copy.) 10 RADTKE, DORA. Suddenly, on Mon day. April 7, 1947. at the Prlncejleorget Hospital. Cheverly. Md.. DORA RADTKE of 3601 KennUworth ave., Hyattsville. Md., beloved wife of the late Edward E. Radtke and mother of Pina Schuler and Edward Radtke. She also leaves five grandchil dren, three great-grandchildren and two sisters. Mrs. Radtke rests at her late resi dence. Services at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. Bladensburg, Md., on Thursday. April 10, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Evergreen Cemetery, Bladensburg. Md. RECKERT. GEORGE Y. 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 Birch 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 OUvet Cemetery. RECKERT, GEORGE V. Members 01 the Holy Trinity Holy Name Society of Georgetown, D. C., will meet at the Birch Funeral Home, 3034 M it. n.w., on Wednesday, April 9. 1947, at 8 p.m., to recite prayers for the _ repose of the soul of the late brother, member, GEORGE V. RECKERT. GEORGE P. NORRIS, President. CARL F. TURVES', Secretary. 9 RYNERSON, ‘LENA D. Suddenly, on Tuesday, April 8. 1947, at her residence, 4019 Lorcum lane, Arlington, Va., IJENA D. RYNERSON, beloved wife of Wallace L. Rynerson and mother of Robert W. Rynerson. Remains resting at the Ives Funeral Home, 2847 Wilson blvd., Arling ton, Va. Notice of funeral later. 10 SHACKLEFORD, MARTHA B. On Tues day, April 8, 1947, at her residence, 2020 4th st. n.e., MARTHA B. SHACKLE FORD, beloved wife of Philip A. Shackle ford and mother of Mrs. Balford O. Litton. Services at Chambers’ Funeral Home. 617 11th st. s.e.. on Friday, April 11, at 1 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 11 SHEID, JOHN T. On Tuesday, April 8, 1947, at Frovidence Hospital. JOHN T. SHEID, beloved husband of Josephine R. Sheid and father of Mrs. Opal 8. Meyer, Mrs. Pearl A. Searl. Mrs. Thelma L. Niel sen and Jacqueline M. Sheid. He also Is survived by one granddaughter and one grandson. Remains resting at Hysong s Funeral Home, 1300 N st. n.w., where serv ices will be held on Thursday, April 10, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends Invited to attend. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 10 TAYLOR, EMILY C. On Tuesday, April 8, 1947, at Warren's Hospital, in Laurel, Md., EMILY C. TAYLOR, late residence, Berwyn, Md.. beloved wife of Joseph Ford Taylor, sister of Mrs. Wllda C. Wlldman of Washington, D. C- and Lawrence M. Johnson of Bethesda, Md.: aunt of Mrs. Virginia M. White of Washington, D. C. Services at Chambers’ Rlverdale Funeral Home on Friday, April 11, at 11 a.m. In terment Rock Creek Cemetery. 10 TURNER. ERNEST. Departed this life on Monday. April 7, 1947, ERNEST TUR NER of 480 M st. e.w., the devoted brother of James Turner of Baltimore, Md.; cousin of Sarah Washington and Mrs. Ada Wil liams. Other relatives and many friends also mourn his passing. Remains resting at the John T. Rhlnes & Co. Funeral Home, 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. Notice of funeral later. WILLEY, ROBERT BERNARD. On Tuesday, April 8, 1947, at 4409 3rd st. n.w., ROBERT BERNARD WILLEY, be loved husband of Eilleen M. Willey (nee Mills), son of Lillian M. Willey and the late Edward L. Willey, brother of Edward J. Willey of Bound Brook, N. J.; nephew of Miss Isabelle MacMillan of Washington, D. C. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14Ih st. n.w„ on Fri day, April 11, at 8:30 a.m.; thence to St. Gabriel’s Church, 26 Grant circle n.w., where the holy sacrifice of the mass will be offered at 9 a.m. for the repose of his soul. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 10 ZIMMERMAN, FRANK E. On Wednes day. April 9. 1947, at Providence Hos pital FRANK E. ZIMMERMAN, beloved son of William E. and Minerva Zimmer man (nee Nelley) and brother of William E. Zimmerman, Jr. Services at Chambers' Funeral Home, 617 11th st. s.e., on Thurs day, April 10, at 1 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 10 Itt f®*mnrtam CARTER, WALTER 8. A tribute of love and devotion In memory of our dear fa ther, WALTER S. CARTER, who passed away seven years ago today, April 9, 1940. Ood gave us a wonderful father. One of the world’s very best, And when on earth his work was done Ood called him home to rest. His memory Is all we have now, His cares are all at rest; Happy to know today we can say We loved him and did our best. HIS DEVOTED CHILDREN. • DORSEY, MARY ALICE. In loving memory of my wonderful mother, MARY ALICE DORSEY, who entered Into eternal rest five years ago today, April 9, 1942, There is no love like a 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 hers to hold; No touch so tender and so dear. No heart of purer gold _ HER DEVOTED DAUGHTER. • HARRISON, OLLIE E. In sad and lov ing memory of my dear friend, OLLIE E. HARRISON, who passed on to a better world one year ago today, April 9, 1946. J. KENNETH ROHRBACK. JACKSON, STAFF SERGT. HERMAN L. In memory of my loving son and our brother, Staff Sergt. HERMAN L. JACKSON, who died three years ago today, April 9, 1944. Easter brings sad memories Of one whom we loved. But God loved best. MOTHER, MRS. LUCILLE JACKSON, AND SISTERS. MRS. F. S. BAILEY AND MARTHA TINSLEY. • MASSEY, LETHA E. In sad but loving remembrance of our mother and grand mother, Mrs. LETHA E. MASSEY, who en tered into eternal rest one year ago today, April 9. 1946. Doing little things for others, Helping when she could; > Never making much pretention, Always doing good. Home for her was all for living. Filled her heart with pride, And her doors were always open, Latchstring hung outside. Vain the tribute we could pay her. Words cannot express - What it meant to have her with us And our thankfulness. Sweet the memory she nas leit us. Though our hearts are sad; Great the blessing that was given Just to call her “Grandma.'* HER DEVOTED DAUGHTER AND GRAND DAUGHTER. NETTIE AND RISTINA. • MeCAULEY, SARAH LOUISE. In mem ory of our mother. SARAH LOUISE MC CAULEY, who died thirty year* ago today. April ». 1917. HER SONS. • O’NEAL. EMILY HATTON. In loving remembrance of our darling mother and grandmother. EMILY HATTON O’NEAL who departed this life one sad year ago today. April 9. 1946. \ God gave us a wonderful mother and grandmother. One of the world’s very best, And when on earth her work was done He called her home to rest. We watched you fade like a flower, But could not make you stay; We nursed you with tender care Until God caned you away. Just when life was sweetest And you could have lived your best, The gates of Heaven opened And God took you home to rest. YOUR LOVING DAUGHTERS, MRS. JEANETTE* BEASLEY. MRS. BERNICE BEASLEY POLLARD; GRANDSONS. AR THUR. BERNARD. JAMES, ROBERT. KARL LEON; GREAT-GRANDDAUGH TER. JEANETTE M. BEASLEY; BISTER, MRS. DOROTHY SMITH. AND SISTER IN-LAW. MRS. JULIA HATTON. • PROCTOR, JOSEPH L. In sad but lov ing memory of our father. JOSEPH L PROCTOR, who departed this fife eleven years ago today, April 9. 1936. HIS CHILDREN. * ETON, MARIA V. In loving remem brance of a beloved mother. MARIA V. ETON, who departed this life one year ago today, April 9. 1946. Your gentle face and patient (mile With sadness we recall. You had a kindly word for each And died beloved by all. We miss you now. our hearts are sore, As time goes by we miss you more; Your loving smile, your gentle face. No one can fill your vacant place. LOVING SON AND FAMILY. • WALKER. LYDIA J, In loving remem brance of my dear mother, LYDIA J. WALKER, who passed away (even years ago today, April 9, 1940. Although rod have . X| was not aw ~ sure things were gfsg all right.” The rest of his ti je, they said, Mr. Barrett spent itting on the Mail, feeding the b rds or talking to passing chiklrer He had no relatives living in t is country. A native of Irelai i he came to this country near t * end of the last century and was hired as sex ton at the Domii lean Church, Newark, N. J. When the pastor of the church, the F tv. Raymond Meagher, O. P., was transferred to St. Dominic's in 19®, he brought Mr. Barrett along. (According to Father Meagher, Mii Barrett de voted his life to his church. "He’d be at work.fr 5:30 o’clock every morning,” Fai ler Meagher said, "and be never le t until nearly midnight His only In erest was the church, and he all ays thought there was ‘a little mo; to be done,’ although no critic child find any fault with his work!” Mr. Barrett’s carefeking duties often took him to 3t. Dominic’s Parochial School, whffe the chil dren knew him as an old, and trusted friend, and t^e nuns de pended on him for any: help needed. "He was a true Ch&tian and a great man," Father Meagher said. Schacht Opens N Fight For Freedom in Siftgart •y tho Associated ^«si STUTTGART, Germaay, April 9. —Pale and drawn after several years in various prisons, Hjalntar Schacht, one-time top Nazi financier, opened a new fight for freedom before a German denazification ^ourt today. Schacht, who appeared in court wearing a faded blue tuit and a dirty white shirt, deaanded his acquittal on the grounds he had never been a Nazi Party member and could prove he had tried to oust Adolf Hitler. Prosecutor Helmut Bailarin pre sented a three-hour Indictment against Schacht, charging him with playing a major role is the Nazi regime’s rise to power. * TTie 70-year.-old defendant, facing a possible 10 years at hard labor, made a brief statement iij which he asserted that he had bees acquitted of war-crimes before tht interna tional military tribunal*' came to Stuttgart “for a rest’’ anf had been taken into custody by th<j Germans. Eugene H. Pitcher lies; Resilient Here 49 Years Eugene H. Pitcher, 77, President of the District for 49 yeirs, died last night at his home. 391Q McKin ley street N.W., after an illness since December. Mr. Pitcher, who was bom In Boston, came here in 18j>8 from Coles County, HI., where !h» had taught in the public schools for seven years. He was a graduate of Bushnell College in Illinois and received his law. degree at Colum bian College (now George Wash ington University) in 1902. He was a manufacturers’5 repre sentative to the Federal govern ment here for 41 years with offices at 1010 Vermont avenue N.V. He acted as representative for thte Fed eral Laboratories of Pittsburgh, American Lead Co. of Hoboken, N. J„ and Standard-Johnson, Inc., of Brooklyn. He was a member of Columbia Country Club. Surviving are his widow, ftA for mer Miss Delia Snowden of )ema, HI., with whom he celebrated his 60th wedding anniversary last July; a Son, Paul S. Pitcher, mathematics teacher and military instructor at Woodrow Wilson High School and a grandson, Eugene C. Pitcher, Funeral services will be held at 2 pun. tomorrow at Hines funeral home, 2901 Fourteenth street N.W. Burial will be held in Rock Greek Cemetery. Dr. Boyd Now Working As Special Krug Aide ly Associated Press Dr. James Boyd, dean of the Colorado School of Mines, said yes terday he is working as a speeial consultant to Secretary of the In terior Krug. A spokesman for Mr. Krug Said Dr. Boyd, nominated to be director of the Bureau of Mines, has been retained as a special consultant pending his confirmation to the mines post. Dr. Boyd told reporters he is worth ing on phases of a proposed in ventory of mineral resources of the United States. Dr. Boyd was named to succeed Dr. R. R. Sayers, wartime mines bureau director who had been sched uled to return to a former position with the United States Public Health Service April 1. However, the Sen ate has delayed confirmation. At the request of President Truman and Mr. Krug, Dr. Sayers remained in the office, an administration hot spot since the Centralia (111.) mine disaster. London Mother Held In Daughter's Slaying By tba Associated Brass LONDON, April 9.—Mrs. Marga ret Willis, 29, a waitress, was ar rested last night on a charge of murder in connection with the death of her daughter, Eileen, 6, whose trussed-up body was found stuffed in a sack hidden in a bed room closet in her home. Scotland Yard officials said the mother would be arraigned today in Bow Street Court. The attrac tive, vivacious child disappeared three months ago, police said. Her body was found yesterday. □ ' ■_V ••• ' ' . . . Robert Bernard Wiley, 32, Argktrilure Employe, Dies Robert Bemud Willey, 32, Agri culture Department employe, died yesterday at his home, 4409 Third street N.W., after an Illness since September. Mr. Willey, who was bom in Chi cago, came here at the gge of 15 with his parents, Mrs. Iiillian M. Willey and the late Edward L. Willey. Besides his mother, he is sur vived by his widow, Mrs. Eileen M. Willey; an aunt, Miss Isabelle Mac Millan, all of the Third street ad dress, and a brother, Edward J. Willey, Bound Brook, N. J. High requiem mass will be sung at 9 am. at St. Gabriel’s Church, Gtant circle N.W. Burial will be In Cedar Hill Cemetery. Dismissal of Appeal Ends Ml. Clemens Portal Case ■y th* Auoclatvd Pram CINCINNATI, April 9. — The Mount Clemens (Mich.) Pottery Co. portal pay suit, which touched off similar claims for nearly $6,000,000, 000, has faded Into oblivion—re moved from further consideration by any court. The end came yesterday when the Sixth United States Circuit Court of Appeals here dismissed an appeal of Local 1083, United Pottery Work ers, from an adverse lower court de cision in their suit for $100,000 retro active pay judgment against the Michigan firm. The union local last week asked that its appeal be dismissed with prejudice,” and counsel for the com pany agreed to the action. At the same time. Attorney General Clark advised that the Government, "while not consenting to dismissal of the case, urges no objection thereto.” The workers had appealed a de cision of Federal Judge Frank A. Picard at Detroit throwing out the action on ground that the amount involved was trivial. In Detroit, August Scholle, presi dent of the Michigan CIO Union Council and responsible for a large part of the original litigation in 1942, commented: “I’m quite certain there are many bona tide and legitimate suits pend ing, and without any question they will be pressed by the plaintiffs. • * * I don’t think the dismissal of the Mount Clemens case will prejudice these other pending suits at all.” Mr, Scholle insisted the Mount Clemens case was a dispute over overtime and could not be described accurately as a portal pay suit. Pennsy Manhattan Limited Derailed in Collision ■y th» Associated Pres* CANTON, Ohio, April 9.—Two engines and 6 of 14 cars of the Pennsylvania Railroad’s ChicAgo-to Nerw York Manhattan Limited were derailed here last night after col liding with a freight train, but 250 passengers were only slightly shaken up. John Hermick, 31, of Rochester, Pa., a fireman on one of the loco motives, was overcome by smoke as he attempted to extinguish a small fire in the cab, but was released after receiving emergency treatment at Mercy Hospital. Hot coals from the limited’s en gines started several other small fires under the passenger cars and in three box cars, but Canton fire men quickly extinguished them. The passenger cars remained up right, straddling the ties, and most of the passengers remained in their, seats. There was little confusion. When the accident occurred, both trains were proceeding in the same direction on adjacent tracks. Train men believed the accident happened when a swaying box car leaned over too far and was struck by the first of the passenger engines. Funeral Rites Tomorrow For Mrs. Butterfield Funeral services for Mrs. Eliza beth Merz Butterfield, 52, musician and composer, who died Monday in a Buffalo (N. Y.) hospital after sev eral months illness there, will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow in Chau tauqua, N. Y., followed by burial there. Mrs. Butterfield, who lived here since 1939 at 107 Taylor street, Chevy Chase, was the author of many compositions for piano, voice and choral groups. She gave a re cital during the first administration of President Roosevelt in the White House and had appeared in concerts here at the National Press Club and ! the Spanish Embassy. She also con ducted a children’s program over Station WWDC. . - ■ ■■ £r ,J- V. • , ' ( t ^ ^ Committee Assures Fair Action On Soap Box Derby Claims . MAJ. OEN. U. S. MAJ. OEN AMOS WATSON B. MILLER. GRANT, III. A. FRIES. These men will rule on any protests which may arise during running of the'sixth Washington Soap Box Derby in July. Participants In the sixth Wash ington Soap Box Derby, to be run here in July, will be assured fair treatment of any foul claims or other objections whim may arise during the coaster car classic. Announcement of the protest committee was made today by Derby Director Charles Kohen. Mr. Kohen said he had obtained promises to serve from Maj. Gen. U. S. Grant, ttt, retired, chairman of the Na tional Capital Park and Planning Commission; Maj. Gen. Amos A. j „ ; Fries, retired, former chief ofthe Army Chemical Warfare Service, and Federal Security Administra tor Watson B. Miller, As director, Mr. Kohen will be an advisory member of the committee. “We are most fortunate in ob taining the services of such dis tinguished citizens and Legionnaires as Gen. Grant, Gen. Fries and Mr. Miller,* Mr. Kohen said. “Protests are few in the Derby, but they are very important to the boys con cerned. I am happy to be able to assure each entrant he will have a completely fair and equal chance of victory.” Both Gen. Grant and Gen. Fries have received the Distinguished Service Medal and numerous other decorations. Gen. Fries is a past commander of George Washington Post No. 1 and a leader in the Legion’s Americanism program. Gen. Grant, a member of Cooley-McCul lough Post, has interested himself in Legion rehabilitation work for many years. Mr. Miller, a member of Spangler Post, has been active In various phases of Legion afTairs over a long period. He has been interested par ticularly in activities Involving young people, such as the Derby. Entry Blanks Arriving. ' Derby entry blanks are beginning to reach headquarters from the registration points. The first received was that of Martel Davis, 12, of 110 Fiftieth street NJE. His entry was post marked a few hours before that of Brad Berman, 12, of 1439 Juniper street N.W. Martel is in the 8-B grade at Banneker Junior High School. Brad is in 7-B at Paul Junior High School. Other Derby entrants include: Robert L. Smlthers, 12, of 1411 Taylor street N,W.; Charlie Naecker, 15. of 516 Rittenhouae street N.W.; Gene Lee White, 15, of 6140 First place NX; Harry Broun, Jr., 13. of 422 Jefferson street N.W.; Matthew H. Boring, 13, of 7723 Eastern ave nue N.W.; Charles E. Lewis, Jr., 13, of 10 Buchanan street, NX; Janies Colby, 13, of 1320 Fort Stevens drive N.W.; Jade Clampitt, 12, of 6221 Second street N.W.; Raymond A. Stevens, 12, of 611 Underwood street N.W.; Henri Waters, 12, of 6512 Sixth street N.W.; Carl F. Frandsen, 12, of 6713 Second street N.W.; Bobby Yates, 106 Westmoreland ave nue, Takoma Park, Md.; John J. Boyle, 12, of 15 Sherman avenue, Takoma Park, Md., and John M. Shepherd, 15, of 3109 U place SE. (Read The Star for Derby News.) William R. Poore Dies; Retired Agriculture Aide William X Poore, 72, retired Ag riculture Department employe, died yesterday at his home, 52 Beech avenue, Alta Vista, Md., after a long illness. Mr. Poores, who was bom in Washington, had been a resident of Alta Vista for 30 years. He had been laboratory technician In the Bureau of Animal Industry in the Agriculture Department, retiring in 1937 after 32 years’ service in the department. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Katherine L. Poore, and two broth ers, John W. Poore, 1320 I street NX, and Arthur P. Poore, Annap olis. Requiem mass win be said at 9:30 a.m. Friday at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Bethesda. Burial will be in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Rockville. Wirt A. Duvall, Jr., Dies; lawyer in Baltimore BALTIMORE, April 9.—Wirt A. Duvall, Jr, 50, Baltimore attorney active in Maryland Democratic Party affairs, died yesterday at the Marine Hospital after a four-month illness. Mr. Duvall had been a law part ner of Philip B. Perlman, recently nominated for solicitor general of the United States, since 1927, and succeeded Mr. Perlman as general counsel of the Housing Authority of Baltimore January 1. After graduation from Baltimore City College in 1914, he served in various capacities on the staffs of the Baltimore News, the Baltimore Star and the Baltimore American. CIaGE MEMORIAL 502NEWHAME/H MVS? Vtrrr-OuR-DiffLtt ^ ME]l!ORIAU-fORr Immediate-Erectio In-all-cemeteries - OPEN-jUMDAYf “Any Family Can Afford Ryan Service* I Wise Expenditure I is not concerned with the amount of money involved. Rather it concerns the value received!4 Ryan Funeral Services, regardless | of cost, are rich in beauty, dignity fj and reverence ... always efficient a and economical. Remember to a call Ryan. Clay I. Carlin Dies At Home in Boyds Funeral services for day T. Car lin, 58, Boyds (Md.) storekeeper, who died Saturday at his home there, were held yesterday at St. Mary's Church, Barnesville. Burial was in the church cemetery. Mr. Carlin was bom at Boyds. For several years he helped a brother, John J. Carlin, with the management of Carlin Park in Bal timore, and another brother, Morris a Carlin, with an amusement park at Buckeye Lake, Ohio. Later he op erated the Carlin Supply Co. atBoyds and took over the management when the huatw—» was purchased by A. G. Rotfe, Washington paving con tractor. Mr. Carlin is survived by another brother, H. Leslie Carlin, former Montgomery County police cnier and now a deputy sherifl, and a sister, Mrs. Ira Moore of Frederick. Funeral Set Tomorrow ror ueorge v. KecKen Funeral services tor George T. Reckert, 53, retired groceryman, will be held at 9:30 am. tomorrow at the Birch funeral home, 3034 M street N.W, followed by a requiem mass at 10 am. in Holy Trinity Church, Thirty-sixth and O streets N.W. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mr. Reckert died Monday at his • home, 3544 W place N.W, after a long illness. A native of Washington, Mr. Reckert was properitor of a grocery store at 3233 M street N.W. when he retired in 1942. He had suc ceeded his father, the late Charles G. Reckert, who established the bus iness in 1890. His mother was the late Annie May Reckert, member of a family which had lived in Georgetown since before the Civil War. Mr. Reckert was a member of the Washington Canoe dub. He also belonged to the Holy Trinity Church. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Alice Ropp Reckert, of the W place address; a sister, Mrs. May R. Les callette, 3738 W street N.W.; three brothers, Charles P. Reckert, 3130 Dumbarton avenue N.W.; William H. Reckert, of the W Btreet address, and John G. Reckert, 3810 Veazey street N.W._ Edgar Alwin Payne/ Painter, Dies at 65 Sy tK« Auociatad PriB LOS ANGELES, April 9.—Edgar Alwin Payne, 65, who was known in Europe" and America for his paintings of the Alps and High Sierras, died yesterday at his home here. 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