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funeral later. (York. F»» paper* pleaae
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
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
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
day April 8, 1947, at Prince Georges Gen
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
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
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
l Wednesday, April 9. 1947, at the residence
of his daughter. 4915 Glenbrook rd. n.w..
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
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
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
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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
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
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
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.
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
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.
Say, April 6, 1947. at his residence, 1436
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.
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
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.
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.
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*
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
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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
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Tuesday, April 8, 1947, at 4409 3rd st.
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
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.
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 _
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.
In memory of my loving son
and our brother, Staff Sergt.
died three years ago today, April
9, 1944.
Easter brings sad memories
Of one whom we loved.
But God loved best.
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.'*
ory of our mother. SARAH LOUISE MC
CAULEY, who died thirty year* ago today.
April ». 1917. HER SONS. •
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
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.
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.
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.
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
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
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
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.

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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
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.
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
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
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
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.
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Committee Assures Fair Action
On Soap Box Derby Claims .
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.
„ ;
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
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
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Katherine L. Poore, and two broth
ers, John W. Poore, 1320 I street
NX, and Arthur P. Poore, Annap
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
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.
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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
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
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
Mr. Payne, bom at Washburn,
Mo, settled at Laguna Beach, Calif,
in 1918, organized that community’s
first art association and became Its
first president.
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