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BLAKEY, ANGUS. Departed this life
Usy 15. 1947, at his home. 1831 Belmont
rd n.w.. et the ate of 6« years. He was
born in Madison. Va., and lived ‘n Wash
ington. D. C.< the most of his life. He
leaves to mourn tbelr loss his wife, Pansy
Blake?: his mother. Mrs. Belle Blakey of
Manassas. Va.; two sisters. Mrs. Edna
Blakey of Reading, Pa., mod Mrs. Ida
Tinsley of Menassas. Va.; three brothers.
Homer H. BlakeyofWashlngton.D. C;
Eugene Blake? of Newark, N J.. and
Eldrige O. Blake? of Manasau, Va., and a
host of other relatives and friends. Serv
ices were held at Frazier’s Funeral Home.
Ihe., on Monday. May 19. Interment wag
in Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
ABRAHAM. ISMAEL R. Suddenly, on
Sunday, May 18, 1947, at hlz real
Wfi denee. 828 20th zt. n.w., ISMAEL
lg R. ABRAHAM, beloved husband of
Ruby E. Abraham; cousin of
Julian S. Rodriquez. Servleez et
Chambers’ Georgetown Funeral Home,
81st and M st*. n.w., on Wednesday. May
21, at 2:16 p.m. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. 21
this life on Thursday. May 15, 1947.;
fiWyRa affiKTg'lfck* SB®:!
son. sr.; tlx brothers, two sisters, two
uncles, two aunts and a host of other
relatives and friends. The remains are,
resting st the Hal! Bros Funeral Home.
621 Florida ave. n.w. Notice of funeral
arrangements later.
ATWOOD. ALICE C. On Tuesday. May
20, 1947, at her residence. 1316 Euclid
gt. n.w., ALICE C. ATWOOD. Friends
may call at the Lee Funeral Home, 4 th st
and Mass. ave. n.e. Services will be held
at the Unlversallst National Memorial
Church. 16th and S st. n.w., on Thursday,
May 2fi. at 10 a.m. Interment Canton,
N. Y. ■ 21
BELL, SAMUEL. All Members of Peter
Ogden Lodge. No. 1374, G. U. O. of O. F.
Please attend call meeting at the hall on
May 22, 1947. at 8 p.m., to make arrange
ments lor the funeral of Brother SAMUEL
BETA Funeral May 23, at 1 p.m.. from
the Sec™ Funeral Home 1820 9th st.
m ^ J. GAN* 1» G.
N. R. NEWMAN. P. S. *
BELL. SAMUEL G. On Monday. May
19, 1147. SAMUEL G. BELL of 1928 9th
at. n.w , devoted husband of the late Jessie
F. Bell, loving stepfather of Mrs Dorothy
Tyree and brother-in-law of Mrs. Cora E.
Mahoney. Also aurvivina are many friends.
After noon Thursday. May 22, friends are
invited to call at the McGuire Funeral
Home. 1820 9th st n.w., where services
will be held on Friday. May 23, at 1 p.m.
Interment Harmony Cemetery. 22
BELL, SAMUEL G. OfBcers and Mem
bers of Asbury Tabernacle. No. 86. A. I. O.
of Moses: Please attend the funeral serv
ices for Brother SAMUEL G. BELL of 19-8
9th st. n.w.. Thursday efenins. May 1Z,
Home, 1820 8th »t. n.w. Dark clothes,
White gloves. _ ALEX. JACKSON, W. S.
BENSON, LIZZIE. On Monday. May
19. 1947, in Oallinaer Hospital, LIZZIE
BENSON. She is survived by two daugh
ter!. Ethel Yarborough and Rilla Gaither;
one son-in-law, Luke Gaither; two broth
ers, one sister and other relatives and
friends. Remains resting with L E.
Murray A Son, 1337 10th st. n.w., where
funeral services will be held Thursday,
May 22f. at 1 P.m.. Rev. E. C. Smith of
ficiating. Interment in Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. *
day, May 20. 1947, at her residence, 519
North Norwood st.. Arlington. Va.. DORA
ELIZABETH BITTING, beloved wife of
Howard E. Bitting and mother of Mrs. S.
F. Shrout, Jr., and Marie F. and Howard
L Bitting. Remains resting at the Ives
Funeral Home. 2847 Wilson blvd., Arling
ton. Va., where funeral services will be
held Saturday, May 24. at 2 p.m. Inter
ment National Memorial Park, near Falls
Church, Va. 23
BROWN, MARION. On Wednesday. May
Si. 1947, at Galllnger Hospital. MARION
BROWN. Notice of funeral later. Ar
rangements by Frasier's Funeral Home, Inc.
BYRNE, ELLEN A. On Tuesday. May
20. 1947. at her residence. 1523 22nd st.
n w , ELLEN A. BYRNE, daughter of the
late Coj, . and Mrs, Bernard Miles Byrne
and granddaughter of the late John Abert
of Washington, D. C. She is survived by
two nephews. Col. Bernard Abert Byrne
and Dr. Albert B. Byrne, and by a niece,
the Marauise de Zahara. Services will be
held at St. John's Church, Lafayette
Square, on Thursday, May 22, at 11 a.m.
Interment private.
CODRICK. MARY A. On Monday. May
19. 1947. MARY A. CODRICK. the be
loved sister of Mrs. Martha E. Lamph.
Prayers at Chambers' Funeral Home. 1400
Chapin st. n.w., on Thursday, May 22, at
8:30 a.m. Requiem mass will be oflered
at St. Paul’s Catholic Church. 15th and V
sts. n.w.. at 9 a.m. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. 21
COATES, JENNIE E. On Monday. May
19. 1947; at her residence, 55 Myrtle st.
n e.. JENNIE E. COATES, mother of Rob
ert Coates and Hatties Matthews, grand
mother of Robert Lee. Gertrude Coates.
Thelma and Bernard Matthews: sister of
Catherine Wayne. She also leaves a host
of other relatives and friends. The late
Mrs. Coates may be viewed at the above
residence afjcr 4 pm. Thursday. Mass
will be o3ei «ri Friday, May 23, at Holy
Redeemer Catholic Church at 9 a.m. In
terment Mount olivet Cemetery. Servicer
by Stewart') funeral Home, 30 H st.^n.e.
DAVIS, CHARLES W. Suddenly, on:
Tuesday, Mu 20, 1947, CHARLES W.
DAVIS of 43d> Russell ave.. Mount Rainier.
Md., beloved husband of the late Margaret
T. Davis inee Nolan) and father of Mar
garet J. »nd Elisabeth M. Davis. Friends
may call ,gt Wnj. J. Nalley’s Funeral Home,
3200 Rhode Island ave., at Eastern ave.
M _ Vtinaval eswuiose nn *VVl 11 W« A a V VTav
22. at A:30 a.m.: thence to St. Anthony’s
Churclwwhere mass will be offered at 6
a m., for the repose of his soul. Relatives
and friends Invited. Interment Gate of
Heaven Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, N. Y.
Hay. May 21, 104". st his residence. 2114
Eye st. n.w., NATHAN DEITLBAUM. be
loved husband ol Gertrude Deltlbaum. de
voted father of Ronald Deltlbaum. He also
Is survived by four brothers and three sis
ters. all of Philadelphia. Pa. Services and
Interment In Philadelphia. Pa. Arrange
ments by the Goldberg Puneral Home, 4217
8th st. n.w. 22
DOWNS, LONDA. On Sunday, May 18.
1047, at the Leland Memorial Hospital.
Riverdale, Md„ LONDA DOWNS, the be
loved aunt of Mrs. Dale Bunstead of
Bacyrus. Ohio: Mrs. Thurman Brown of
Alexandria. Va.. and Mrs. Howard Jacob
sen of Dayton, Ohio. Services, private, at
Chambers’ Funeral Home, 1400 Chapin st.
n.w.. on Thursday. May 22. at 2:30 p.m.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 21
F4LXKNER. KATIE D. On Tuesday.
May 20. 1047, at her residence. Chester
brook. Va.. after a lingering Illness, KATIE
D FAULKNER. beloved wife ol the late
Wilfred E. Faulkner and mother of Mrs.
Margaret F. Hall and Mrs. Selma F.
Strawser. She also is survived by four
Srandchlldren. Virginia D„ Audrey R. and
eorge Vernon Hall, jr„ and Elaine F.
Strawser. Remains resting at her late
residence until Thursday, May 22, at 1:30
thence to the Chesterbrook Method
st Church, where funeral services will be
leld at 2 p.m. Interment Oakwood Ceme
tery. Falls Church. Va.
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lace. Me.. Capt. EDMUND M. FAWTOLL,
V7 8. A. Services wUl be held
day. May 22. at 2 p.m., with full military
honors. Friends are invited to assembleat
the Fort Mm Gate. Interment Arlington,
National Cemetery. ]
FLEMING, GRACE L. On Monday. May
10; 1947™ at St. Anthony’s HiwPttjLSt.
Petersburg, Fla.. GRACE L. FILMING,
the beloved mother of Robert Fleming.
Burial will be in Leesburg. V»., Frtdgy
morning, May 23, after servicea at the
Slack Funeral Home. 22
FORBES. JANIE. On Sunday, May 18,
1947, at her residence, 300 McLean ave.
s,w . JANIE FORJWB, living mother of
Mr*. Eleanor Sewell and Mr*. Irene Forbes
White; grandmother of Raymond White,
Leon, Ellsworth and Lawrence Sewell. She
also Is survived by other relatives and
friends. Remains may be viewed at her
late residence on Friday afternoon. May
23. Funeral Saturtay, May24, at 2 P.m.,
from Providence Baptist Church, M at.
between 4th and 6th gtt. a.w.. Rev. G. R
Stevenson officiating. Interment Payne *;
Cemetery. Arrangement* by Barnes A
Matthews. "3
on Sunday, May 18. ,1947, FREDERICK
J. GARDNER of 2735 4th at. n.e., be
loved husband of Lillie P Gardner and
father of Frederick E. Gardner and Helen
Higgins. Funeral from the Geier Funeral
Home. 3606 14th st. n.w.. on Thursday.
May 22. at 2 P.m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Prospect H1U Ceme
tery, 21
GUBER. ABRAHAM. On Tuesday. May
20. 1947. at his residence. 3508 Center st.
n.w., ABRAHAM GUBER. beloved hus
band of Sadie Gllber. and devoted father
of Seymour Gllber. He also is survived
by two brothers. Jack Gllber of Bronx.
N. Y.. and Horace Gllber of China and
one sister. Adcle Gliber of
Services and interment at New Yorg City.
Arrangements by Goldberg Funeral Home,
4217 9tb st. n.w,
GRAY. SUE M. On Monday. May 19,
1947 SUE M GRAY of 2128 13th st. s.e.,
the beloved wife of the late Walter T. Of*/
and mother of Mrs. Jessie R. Mackler,
John W. Ross and James P. Gray. Fu
neral from the Thomas F. Murr»7
Home, 2007 Nichols ave. s.e,. on Thursday,
May 22, at 7:30 a.m.; thence to Bt.
Theresa’s Catholic Church, where mass
will be offered at 8 » m. for the reptwe of
her soul. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Cedar Bluff Cemetery, An
napolis, Md.
NINGHAM). Departed this life on Mon
day, May li*. 1947, YVONNE GREENLEE
of 4713 Tireman ave.. Detroit. Mich.,
daughter of the late Elisabeth Cunning
ham, devoted wife of Nicholas Greenlee,
stepdaughter of Isaiah Cunningham. She
also leaves a sister. Mrs Cyntha, B. Rid
dick: a brother. Simeon Cunningham, and
other relatives and friends. Funeral Fri
day. May 23, at 2 p.m., from Ralph
Barbour's Funeral Home. 48 K st. n.e.
Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. ~z
May 19. 1947, DOUGLAS HAMILTON of
745 Kenyon st. n.w., devoted son of Os
borne and Mary Hamilton and brother of
Eloise, Bettle Ann, Dyan, James, Clarence,
Leroy. Osborne, jr.; George, Clifton,
Charles. John. Theodore, Edward and, U>
ralne Hamilton. He also is survived by
seven uncles, seven aunts and other rela
. : -i ,-i. i. Wia, A n m Warlnal.
day friends may call at the Malvan &
Schey Funeral Home, N. J. ave. and R
st. n.w., where services will be held Thurs
day. May 22, at 1 p m. Interment Wocd
lawn Cemetery. *
HART, ADA K. On Monday. May 19,
1947, at her residence, 1221 30th st. n.w.,
ADA K. HART, beloved wife of the late
Albert P. Hart, mother of Mrs. Bessie M.
Chapman of Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Joseph
T. Foulds of Tremont, Pa.; Henry F.
Foulds, William Paul Hart, Mrs. Ruth D.
Larsen. Richard H Hart of Washington,
D. C., and the late Francis K. Hart of Ar
lington. Va.; sister of John E. Kline of
Los Angeles. Calif. Remains resting at the
Oeorge W. Wise Funeral Home. 2900 M st.
n.w. Funeral services will be held at Grace
Episcopal Church, 1041 Wisconsin ave.
n.w., on Thursday. May 22. at 2 P.m. Rel
atives and friends invited. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 21
HART. FRANCIS K. Suddenly, on Tues
day, May 20, 1947, at his residence, 4766
North 21st st., Arlington, Va.. FRANCIS
K. Hart, beloved husband of Evelyn Hart,
father of Edward Albert and Patsle Joan
Hart, brother of Mrs. Bessie M. Chapman
of Poughkeepsie. N. Y.; Joseph T. Foulds
of Tremont. Pa.; Henry F. Foulds, Mrs.
Ruth D. Larsen, William Paul Hart, Rich
ard H. Han of Washington, D. C. Remains
resting at the Oeorge W. Wise Funeral
Home. 2900 M st. n.w. Funeral services
will be held at Grace Episcopal Church.
1041 Wisconsin ave. n.w., on Thursday.
May 22, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
HART, FRANCIS K. A special com
munication is called for George
C. Whiting Lodge. No. 22. F. A.
A. M.. at 1 o'clock p.m.. Thurs
day. May 22, 1947, for the pur
pose of attending the funeral of
our late brother, FRANCIS K.
HART. By order of the worship
ful master.
REUBEN A. BOGLEY. Secretary.
HAWKINS. MAUREA. _ On Tuesday,
May 20. 1947, at Freedmen’s Hospital.
MAUREA HAWKINS, beloved cousin of
Mrs. Mary E. Simms of New York City
and William Benjamin Scott. She also is
survived by other relative* and friends.
Remains resting at the Allen & Morrow,
Inc., Funeral Home, 1326 V st. n.w. No
tice of funeral later.
day. May 21, 1947. at her residence. 1617
28th st. n.w., KITTY MARY HEALD, be
loved mother of the Misses Mary S. and
Catherine Heald and Mrs. Frances Miller.
Services at Chambers’ Georgetown Funeral
Home. 31st and M sts. n.w., on Friday.
May 23, at 2 p.m. Interment prjvate. 23
HOLLAND, IDA. On Monday, May 19,
1947, at her residence, 1227 Irving st.
n.w., IDA HOLLAND, wife of John Holland
and sister of Maggie Irving and Robert,
Davis. Friends may call at the Malvan &
Schey Funeral Home, N. J. ave. and R st.
n.w., where services will be held Thurs
day. May 22, at 3 p.m. Interment Wood
lawn Cemetery. *
HORNING, JAMES B. On Wednesday,
May 21. 1947, JAMES B. HORNING of
310* Fessenden st. n.w., son of Mrs.
George D. Horning, brother of George D.
Horning, Jr., and Mrs. Marie I Hickey.
Funeral services at the above residence on
Friday. May 23. at 9:30 a m.: thence to
the Blessed Sacrament Church. Chevy
Chase Circle, where the holy sacrifice of
the mass will be offered at 10 a.m. for the
repose of his soul. 22
day. May 19, 1947. at Mount Alto Hos
Broad Branch rd„ Chevy Chase, Md., be
loved husband of the late Grace Hughes,
father of Arthur Robert, Jr., and Lucille
Hughes; son of David J. and the late
Florence Hughes and brother of Fred J.,
David. Charles, Sharon and Lloyd Hughes.
Mr. Hughes rests at the Warner E. Hum
phrey Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia ave.,
Silver Spring, Md„ where services will be
held on Friday, May 23, at 10 a.m. In
terment Burtonsville Union Cemetery. 22
May 19, 1947, JOHANNE P. ISAKSEN,
beloved wife of Isak Isaksen; mother of
Johan Leroy and Francis D., Walter J.
Isaksen and Mrs. Grace Wood. Services
at Chambers' Funeral Home, 617 11th st.
s.e . on Thursday, May 22. at 11:30 a.m.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. —21
JESSUP. EDWARD S. On Monday. May
19, 1947, at George Washington University
Hospital, EDWARD S. JESSUP, beloved
husband of Iva C. Jessup and brother of
Mrs. John Kline of Rockville. Md.; Harry
M. and Gordon L. Jessup, both of Wash
ington. D. C.: Morton M. Jessup of De
troit. Mich., and Joshua L. Jessup of La
Plata, Md. Friends may call at the resi
aence. <-* Maryiana are. n.e. funeral
services and Interment will be held on
Thursday. May 22. at 4 p.m.. at Maple
Wood Cemetery, Charlottesville, Va.
(Charlottesville and Richmond papers
please copy.) 22
KAVINAS. JOHN. On Tuesday. May 20,
1947. JOHN KAVINAS. the beloved son of
James and Katherine Kavlnas of 310 Hill
st. n.w. Friends may call at the SafTell
Funeral Home. 475 H st. n.w. Notice of
funeral later.
KEY. MARY E. On Tuesday. May 20,
1947. at her residence, Bryans rd.. Md.,
Mrs. MARY E. KEY. devoted wife of Rev.
J. W. Key. mother of Marbury D. Key of
Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Elenora Clark,
Nathan T. Key of Cleveland. Ohio: Mrs.
Alcena Clark. Mrs. Mary K. Waller of
Salisbury. Md.: J. Wesley Key, ir.; Mrs.
Vernice K. Waters, Mrs. Odessa K. Baker
of Portsmouth, Va.: Miss Clarice Key and
Miss Mercedes Key. Remains resting at
Barnes & Matthews' Funeral Home, 014
4th st. s.w. Notice of funeral later.
KING. JAMES. On Wednesday, May 21,
1947. JAMES KING of 902 25th st. n.w,.
beloved son of Mrs. Henrietta King, broth
er-in-law of William Payne, godfather of
William Anderson. Jr.; cousin of Mrs.
Kathleen Washington. He also leaves
other relatives and friends. Notice of fu
neral later. Arrangements by W. Ernest
Jarvis Co.
May 20. 1947. at Georgetown University
Hospital. MARY PARSONS KRAFT, wife
of Rudolph Kraft, mother of Marvin P.
Hollohan. sister of Elmira P. Buzzone.
Services zt Chambers’ Funeral Home, 517
11th st. s.e.. on Friday. May 23. at 2:30
p.m. Interment Congressional Cemetery.
LATTIMOBE. JOHN D. Departed this
life Saturday. May 17, 1947. at GalUnger
Hospital. JOHN D. LATTIMORE of 525
Alexander pi. n.e. He Is survived by a
father. Mr. Ed Lattimore: eleven brothers,
five sisters and a host of other relatives
and friends. Remains may be viewed at
the Hall Bros' Funeral Home, 621 Florida
ave. n.w.. Wednesday. May 21. after 12
noon. Funeral services Thursday. May 22,
at 2 p.m., at the Gethsemane Church,
22nd st. and Virginia ave. n.w.. Rev. C. Q.
Hickerson officiating. Interment Woodlawn
Cemetery. 21
LEE. HENRY. On Tuesday. May 20,
1947, HENRY LEE of 1717 S It. n.w..
Apt. 4. husband of Geneva Lee. Funeral
and interment Buena Vista, Va. Services
by Stewart s Funeral Home. 30 H st. n.e.
day. May 20, 1947. at his residence. 2029
Conn. ave. n.w.. Col. WILILAM J. LYSTER.
U. S. A., retired, husband of the late Alice
Blssell Lyster and lather of Mrs. Jean
Catllouet Friends may call at Oawler s
Chapel. 1756 Pa ave. n.w. Services will
be held at Fort Myer Chapel on Thursday.
May 22. at 10 am. Interment Arlington
! National Cemetery. Please omit flowers.
Tuesday. May 20. 1947. ELLA WALTON
(NELLi MALEY. beloved daughter of the
late John and Josephine Legg Maley. Fu
neral from her late residence, 4421 9th
! st. n.w.. on Friday. May 23. at 9:30 a m.
High reoulem mass at St. Gabriel's Church
• at 10 a m. Relatives and friends invited.
(Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 22
MICHEL. FETER. On Monday. May 19.
1947. PETER MICKEL of 2902 2nd st.
s.e.. beloved husband of Dorothy Mickei
Services at the S, H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14lh at. n.w.. on Thursday.
i May 22. at 3 p.m. Interment Rock Creek
Cemetery. 21
Dr. A. J. Browning,
District Native, Dies
In Portland, Oreg.
Dr. Andrew Johnson Browning,
86, a native of Washington and a
prominent surgeon and civic leader
in Portland, Oreg., for many years,
died at his home there yesterday.
Dr.. Browning became ill a week
ago while attending a medical con
vention in San Francisco.
Descendant of two families who
had lived in Washington since be
fore the Civil War, he was the son
of the late Livingston Browning,
secretary to President Johnson, and
a nephew of Col. William Browning,
who served as a secretary to Presi
dent Lincoln. He was a grandson
of the late Dr. Warwick Evans, for
mer Washington physician and
long-time professor at Georgetown
Dr. Browning received his under
graduate training at Washington
and Lee University, and studied
medicine at the George Washington
University Medical School. He in
terned at the University Hospital
and then took postgraduate work in
eye surgery at the University of
Returning to this country, he
started his practice in Portland. A
member of many organizations
there, he took a leading role in the
city’s civic affairs.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Emma Browning; five children, a
sister and a brother, the Rev. Robert
Evans Browning, vicar of the Chapel
of the Redeemer, Fairway Hills, Md.
Funeral services will be held at 1
p.m. Friday at Trinity Episcopal
Cathedral, Portland, where Dr.
Browning was a vestryman for many
years. Bishop Benjamin Dagwell of
the Oregon Episcopalian Diocese,
will officiate. Burial will be in
MILES. WALTER. On Monday, May 19,
1947. WALTER MILES of 3907 Jocelyn st
n.w.. beloved husband of Edna Webb MUes
and father of Mr*. Elizabeth Denit, Mrs.
Jeanne Schlefer of New York City, Mrs.
Katherine DalTron of Chicago, 111, and
Walter Miles. Jr.; brother of Miss Adah
Miles, Stanley M. and Roy A. Miles of
NashvUle. Tenn.; Mrs. Taylor Holland of
Philadelphia. Pa. He also Is survived by
nine grandchildren. Services at the 8. H.
Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st.
n.w.. on Thursday, May 22, at 11:30 a.m.
Interment private. (Baltimore papers
please copy.) *1
May 18, 1947. at the Naval Hospital, Be
thesda. Md., DE WAYNE L. MILTON of
1431 Jackson st. n.e., beloved husband of
Mrs. Carrie Milton, stepfather of James
and Maurice Hackney, brother of Ambler
R. and Alvin Milton. He also leaves other
relatives and friends. After 10 a.m. Wed
nesday, May 31, friends may call at the
W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church. 14.12
You st. n.w. Requiem miss will be of
fered at Fort Myer Chapel on Thursday,
May 22, at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. 31
MILTON, DE WAYNE. Members of
— James Reese Europe Post, No.
5, American Legion, are hereby
notified of the death of • our
Sunday, May 18, 1947, at Be
thesda Naval Center. Legion
__ services Wednesday, May 21,
at 8 p.m., at the W. Ernest Jarvis Fu
neral Church. 1432 You st. n.w. You are
requested to attend.
GEO. N. AMY. Adjutant.
MONTUORI, ALLAN J. Suddenly, on
Tuesday, May 20, 1947. at
Emergency Hospital,_Annapolis,
loved son of Drucella K. and
Felix C. Montuori of 1244 Rock
ville pike, Montrose, Md. Re
resting at the Bethesda-Chevy
i_ Funeral Home of Wm. Reuben
Pumphrey. Bethesda, Md. Funeral serv
ices Thursday. May 22, at 11 a.m., at Fort
Myer Chapel. Arlington, Va. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. 22
MOORE. ELLA C. Suddenly, on Tues
day. May 20, 1947, at her residence, 4219
71st ave , Landover Hills, Md., ELLA C,
MOORE, mother of Donald R. Moore
Services at Gasch's Funeral Home, 4,39
Baltimore ave., Hyattsville, Md„ on Friday,
May 23, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
OTIS. CAGE B. On Monday, May 19,
1947, at Providence Hospital, CAGE B.
OTIS, beloved son of the late Randolph
and Elizabeth Otis and brother of Mrs.
Charles H. Williamson. Friends may call
at the Robert A. Mattingly Funeral Home,
131 11th st. s.e., where services will be
held on Thursday, May 22. at 2 p.m.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Congressional Cemetery. 21
May 20. 1947, at his residence. 208 R. I.
ave. n.w., GEORGE W. RANDALL, devoted
husband of Mrs. Florence Buchanan Ran
dall, son of the late Charles and Sarah
Randall, father of Mrs. Emma R. Talia
ferro, brother of Robert and Eugene Ran
dall, brother-in-law of Mrs. Bertha Tyler
and Mr. Standford Gordon and a devoted
pal of Mr. M. T. Malvan. Notice of fu
neral later. Arrangements by Malvan &
Schey. *
May 19. 1947. BETTY J. SACCHINO, be
loved daughter of James W. and Helen
Walker Sacchino, sister of Mary L. Switzer,
Lorraine Marucci. Richard and Brenda
Sacchino. and granddaughter of Mrs. Jo
seph A. De Chard. Funeral from her late
residence, 232 12th st. s.e., on Thursday,
May 22, at 8:30 a.m. Requiem mass at
Holy Comforter Church at 9 a.m. Rela
tives and friends invited. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. Mattingly Funeral Service.
sgnr.gwmg. MART E. On Monday.
May 19. 1947. MARY E. SEDGEWICK ol
1325 Que st. n.w. She is survived by a
loving daughter. Edna Sedgewick. and
many friends. Friends may call after 4
p.m. Wednesday, May 21. at the Allen &
Morrow, Inc., Funeral Home, 1326 V st.
n.w. Funeral Thursday, May 22. at 1 p.m.,
from St. Luke's Episcopal Church, corner
16th and Church sts. n.w.. Rev. Dillard
Brown officiating. Interment Harmony
Cemetery. 21
nesday. May 21, 1947. at Freedmen's Hos
pital, Dr. CHARLES 8. SIMPSON, beloved
husband of Yaddle B. Simpson, devoted
father of Miss Laura E. Simpson, brother
in-law of Mrs. Janet B. Davidson, Mrs.
Elizabeth B. Hall and Robert S. Bamp
fleld. Also surviving are other relatives
and many friends. Services and Interment
at Beaufort. S. C.. Saturday, May 24.
Family at 1330 Wallach pi. n.w. Arrange
ments by McGuire. 22
SULLIVAN. JOSEPH T. Suddenly, on
Wednesday, May 21. 1947. at his resi
dence. 3317 O st. n.w., JOSEPH T. SUL
LIVAN. brother-in-law of Mrs. William
H. Sullivan of Lowell. Mass. Remains
resting at Chambers’ Georgetown Funeral
Home. 31st and M sts. n.w. Notice of
funeral later.
SUMIDA. CHIMATA. On Tuesday, May
13, 1947. at Georgetown University Hos
pital. CHIMATA SUMIDA of 2951 McKin
ley st. n.w., beloved husband of Masako
Sumida. father of Mrs. Frank A. Endo,
Mrs. Kats Nagai. Mrs. Ken Ito, Miss Mar
jorie Sumida, Staff Sergt. Marshall M.
Sumida, U. S. A„ and Theodore T. Sumida.
Services at Chambers' Funeral Home on
Thursday. May 22. at 1 p.m. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
day. May 19, 1947, at his residence, 4004
Gallatin st., Hyattsvllle, Md.. HARRY
PAUL THOMPSON, beloved husband of
Nora A. Thompson and father of William
W., Paul J., Robert, Mark A.. Margaret I.,
Elizabeth D. Frances A., Helen C and
Treasea M. Thompson, and Mrs. Mary V.
Pier. Remains resting at Chambers’ Fu
neral Home. Rivcrdale, Md. Prayers at
the above funeral home on Friday. May 23.
at 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass at St.
Jerome’s Catholic Church. Hyattsvllle. Md..
at 10 a m. Interment Fort Lincoln Ceme
tery. 22
THORPE. DANIEL. On Wednesday. May
21, 1947. DANIEL THORPE of 2931 11th
st. n.w., devoted husband of Mrs. Mary
Thorpe, brother of Mrs. Patie Pope and
Lewis Thorpe. Notice of funeral later.
Arrangements by Malvan & Schey. •
TINO. EVA L. Suddenly, on Monday,
May 19. 1947, at her residence. 209 10th
st s.w.. EVA L. TINO. beloved wife of
Elijah F. Tino. Funeral from the Saffell
Funeral Home, 476 H st. n.w., on Thurs
day. May 22. at I p.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Cedar H1U
WANZER. GEORGE. On Saturday. May
17. 1947, after a short illness. GEORGE
WANZER of 1104 8th st. s.w, brother of
Dora A. Alexander and Sarah L. Henry,
devoted friend of Alberta Ross. He also
is survived by other relatives and friends.
Remains may be viewed at Barnes A
Matthews’ Funeral Home. 614 4th st. s.w..
after 4 p.m. Wednesday. May 21. where
funeral services will be held Thursday. May
22, at 1 p.m.. Rev. A. F. Elmes officiating.
Interment Payne's Cemetery. 21
Tuesday, May 20, 1947. ELIZABETH HEN
SON WELLS, devoted wife of Carroll Wells
of 414 K st. n.w . daughter of the late
Virginia and Anthony Peyton. 8he also
is survived by two sisters. Lillian Walton
and Josephine Peyton: one brother. Albert
Peyton, and many other relatives and
friends. Remains resting at her late resi
dence after 2 p.m. Friday, May 23, where
services will be held Saturday, May 24. at
1 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Wood lawn Cemetery. Arrange
ments by Henry S. Washington & Sons. 22
May 19, 1947. at his residence. 6609 32nd
! pi. n.w., CHARLES C. WENRICH. beloved
: husband of Beth Wenrich. father of
Charles D. Wenrich and brother of Mrs.
Mary Hibbs and Mrs. May Resrode. both
of Virginia: Mrs. Evelyn Watkins of Wil
liamsburg. W. Va.. and Wilson N. Wenrich.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home, 2901 14th at. n.w.. on Thursday.
May 22. at 2 p.m. Interment Rock Creek
Arthur R. Hughes Dies;
Former Navy Employe
Arthur Robert Hughes, 59, a vet
eran of World War I and a former
civilian employe of the Navy De
partment at Cedar Point, Md., died
Monday at Mount Alto Hospital
after a long illness.
Bom in Fairfax, Va., Mr. Hughes
was gassed while in France during
World War I. After his return, he
spent most of his life in Southern
His wife, Mrs. Grace Hughes, died
about three years ago. Their two
children, Arthur Robert, Jr., and
Lucille, live at Cedar Point.
Also surviving are his father,
David J. Hughes of Silver Spring,
and five brothers, Fred J. Hughes,
also of Silver Spring; David Hughes
of Norfolk, Va.; Charles Hughes of
Chevy Chase, Md., and Sharon and
Lloyd Hughes.
Funeral services will be held at
10 am. Friday at the Warner E.
Pumphrey funeral home, 8434
Georgia avenue, Silver Spring.
Burial will be in Burtonsville Cem
etery. _
James B. Homing, 45,
Arlington Finn’s
Treasurer, Dies
James B. Horning, 45, manager
and treasurer of George Horning,
Inc., Arlington pawnbrokers, died
yesterday at the home of his sis
ter, Mrs. Marie Isabel Hickey, 3108
Fessenden street N.W., where he
had been living since the death of
his wife nearly two years ago.
Mr. Horning was appointed treas
urer of his company ’after the death
in 1938 of his father, George D.
Horning, founder of the firm.
A native of Washington, Mr.
Horning attended schools here and
was a graduate of Culver (Ind.)
Military Academy in the Class of
1920. After his graduation from
Catholic University in 1924, he en
tered his father’s business.
Mr.* Homing, who had been in
ill health for several months, was
a member of the University Club,
the Washington Board of Trade,
the Washington Jewelers’ Associa
tion and the Arlington Chamber of
In addition to his sister, he is
survived by his mother, Mrs. Marie
Isabel Horning, 1301 Missouri ave
nue N.W., and a brother, George
D. Horning, Jr., 3020 Tilden
street N.W.
Requiem mass will be said at 10
a.m. Friday at Blessed Sacrament
Church, Chevy Chase Circle, with
the Rev. Charles Gorman, assistant
pastor, officiating. Burial will be
in Rock Creek Cemetery.
William Vj. Naylor Dies
After Dictating Obituary
By the Associated Press
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., May 21.
—William Greenwood Naylor, 73,
retired business representative of
Newspaper Enterprise Association
arid former editor and publisher,
called his wife to his bedside Sun
day and dictated:
“Retired by death, William
Greenwood Naylor, known as the
Bard of Skaneateles, for the last
20 years a devotee of floriculture,
died at his home today.”
He died yesterday. Funeral serv
ices will be held Friday.
Mr. Naylor worked for many
years with NEA. He was a former
managing editor of the magazine
Puck. He had been a winter visi
tor here for 25 years. His home
was in Skaneateles, N. Y.
3tt iHmariam
ing memory of my dear mother. VIOLA
MANLEY ARMS, who departed this life
thirteen years ago today, May 21. 1934.
Precious mother, on this day
God’s own plan took you away,
Took you to Him forever to stay.
Where there's no night and no day.
Took you to rest and to adore.
Took you from sorrow on this shore;
Took you to see His Sacred Heart.
From which your eyes need never part.
We must not cry though heartbroken be.
Knowing you lived for Him only to see;
Knowing at last you've earned a rest,
Knowing in life you chose the best.
GREENE, MARIA. In loving memory of
our mother and grandmother, MARIA
GREENE, who departed this life six years
ago today. May 21, 1941.
On the hillside gently sleeping.
Where the flowers gently wave.
Lies the one we loved so dearly
'In her lonely, silent grave.
Softly at night the stars are shining
On her sad and lonely grave.
Where lies our dear mother and grand
Whom we loved, but could not save.
'Tis sweet to know we’U meet again
Where parting Is no more;
Our dearest one we loved so well
Has only gone before.
but loving memory of our dear mother,
parted this life five years ago today, May
21, 1942.
Today recalls the memory
Of a loved one gone to rest.
And those who think of you today
Are those who loved you best.
In our hearts your memory lingers,
Sweetly, tenderly and true;
There is not a day that passes
That we do not think of you.
Just when life was sweetest
And we could have lived our best.
The gates of Heaven opened
And you entered the land of rest.
ing memory of our dear mother, MARION
HOOVER LATIMER, who passed away
thirteen years ago today, May 21, 1934.
MAXWELL. CLARA M. A tribute oi
love and devotion in memory of our dear
friend, CLARA M. MAXWELL, who passed
away one year ago today, May 21. 1946.
Your memory is all we have now.
Since the day you went to rest:
Those who think of you today
Are those who loved you best.
REEVES, ASA M. In memory of our
dear father, ASA M. REEVES, who de
parted this life one year ago today, May
21. 1946.
The month of May once more is here,
To us the saddest of the year.
We do not need a special day
To bring you to our minds:
The days we do not think of you
Are very hard to find.
loving memory of our dear grandfather.
GEORGE H. SISEMOORE. who departed
this life four years ago today. May 21,
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 All your vacant place.
sad but loving memory of my dear wife.
called to her heavenly home four years
ago today. May 21, 1943.
There's a memory that I cherish
Of a loved one dear to me.
Who suffered without a murmur.
As our Lord on Calvary.
I shall always love you. Mary, dear,
There’s no one can take your place;
When life's journey here is ended.
May I see you face to face?
In my lonely hours of thinking.
Thoughts of you are very near:
I. who loved you, sadly miss you
At the end of four long years.
Some may think I am not lonely
When at times they see me smile.
But little do they know the heartache
That I hare suffered all the while.
She met her Saviour on the strand,
And Jesus took her by the hand:
Alone? Oh. no. she is not alone.*
POr Jesus claimed her as His own.
Keep her, Jesus, in Thy keeping
Until I reach ihat blessed shore.
Then. O Master, let me have her
And love her as I did before.
memory of our husband and father,
away three years ago today. May 21, 1944.
To love is to remember.
And lo^W
Col. Lyster, Developer
Of Army Water Bag,
Dies at Home Here
Col. William J. Lyster, U. 8. A.,
retired, 77, developer of the water
purifying “Lyster Bag” used by the
armed forces in two wars, died last
night at his home, 2029 Connecticut
avenue NW. Death was attributed
to heart disease.
Developed by Col. Lyster, an Army
physician, during the Mexican bor
der campaigns, when impure water
was causing much sickness among
the American troops there, the bag
was used in World War I and in
World War n, when the 32-gallon
container hanging from a tripod
became a familiar sight to millions
of GI’s. Water was put in the bag,
a solution of chlorine added, and
within a half an hour the water
would be safe for drinking.
Son of Army Surgeon.
A native of Detroit, Col. Lyster
was the son of the late Dr. Henry
F. Lyster, a Civil War surgeon and
one-time Michigan Board of Health
official, where he did much research
into the problem of water purifica
tion. Col. Lyster’s mother, the late
Mrs. Winifred Brent Lyster, was
a member of the Lee family of
Col. Lyster attended the Univer
sity of Michigan, where he received
a Ph. D. degree in 1892. He re
ceived his medical education at the
Detroit College of Medicine, and
later studied at the University of
In 1899, he joined the Army,
serving in the Philippines and China
before being ordered to the Mexican
border. During World War I, he
served as a liaison officer between
American and British medical
forces, for which he was awarded
the Order of the Companion of St.
Michael and St. George by the
Retired From Army in 1932.
After the war, Col. Lyster served
as commanding officer at several
Army hospitals in this country
before retiring in 1932.
He was a member of the Army
and Navy Club here, the Chevy
Chase Club, and attended St. Mar
garet’s Episcopal Church.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs.
Elizabeth Caillouet, 2214 Wyoming
avenue N.W.; a granddaughter, Miss
Elizabeth L. Denby, 9, of the same
address: a sister, Mrs. Florence
Rutherford, Detroit, and two
brothers, Col. Thomas L. B. Lyster,
U.S.A., retired, Niagara Falls, N. Y.,
and Harry B. Lyster, Detroit. Col.
Lyster’s wife, Mrs. Alice Bissell Lys
ter, died about a month ago.
Funeral services will be held at
10 a:m. tomorrow at Fort Myer
Chapel, with the Rev. Armand Ey
ler, rector of St. Margaret’s Church,
officiating. Burial, with military
honors, will be in Arlington Cem
C. U. Rifes fo Honor
Archbishop Curley
Catholic University students will
be excused from classes all day
tomorrow in tribute to the.memory
of Archbishop Miechael J. Curley.
A solemn high mass of requiem will
be sung at the university at 9:30 a.m.
Funeral services for the arch
bishop, who died last Friday night
after a long illness, will be held at
a solemn high mass of requiem at
10:30 a.m. tomorrow at Baltimore
Cathedral, after which the body will
be laid in a crypt under the main
Catholic University faculty mem
bers, the student body and religious
orders connected with the university
will assist Friday in the mass at the
Shrine of the Immaculate Concep
Msgr. Edward B. Jordan, vice
rector of the university, will be
celebrant, and the eulogy will be
delivered by Msgr. P. J. McCormick,
rector. The Rev. Thomas E. Mitchell,
dean of the School of Social Work,
will be deacon, and the Rev. Gerald
Ryan, dean of Sisters’ College, will
be subdeacon.
Music will be furnished by the
university choir.
Archbishop Curley had served as
chancellor of Catholic University
and president of its Board of
Trustees since his appointment as
head of the Baltimore diocese.
Woman Kouted by rire
Started by Heating Pad
Miss Martha S. Meeks of the
Lombardy Apartments, 2019 I street
N.W., was routed from her apart
ment early today when a heating
pad burst into flames and ignited
the studio couch where she was
Miss Meeks told police she heard
the pad pop as it caught fire. The
couch and a chest of drawers were
almost completely burned before the
fire could be put out. Miss Meeks
was not injured.
Carmen Miranda Recovering
NEW YORK, May 21 (£>).—Car
men Miranda, Brazilian singer and
actress, is resting comfortably at
her hotel suite after an attack of
intestinal influenza which had hos
pitalized her for four days.
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Joint Rites Set for Mother, Son
Who Died Planning Her Funeral
Stricken with a heart attack late
Monday evening while helping to
arrange for his mother’s funeral,
Francis K. Hart, 43, of 4785 North
Twenty-first street, Arlington, died
yesterday at his home.
Mr. Hart, a native of Washington,
had been in poor health for sev
eral months, his family said. He
became ill while at the home of
his mother, Mrs, Ada K, Hart, 1231
Rifes for Walter Miles
To Be Held Tomorrow
Funeral services tor Walter Miles,
64, truck manufacturers’ sales rep
resentative, will be held at 11:30
am. tomorrow in the Hines Funeral
Home. 2901 Fourteenth street N.W.
Burial will be in Rock Creek
Mr. Miles died Monday in Doctors
Hospital after a, short illness.
He was a Washington resident for
22 years and held the local sales
agency for various major truck
manufacturers. Before coming to
the Capital, Mr. Miles was active In
the same business in Baltimore for
many years.
nc wad a native ui icuucaoct.
Mr. Miles is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Edna Miles; a son. Walter
Miles, jr„ of Washington; three
daughters, Mrs. John Denit of Ar
lington, Mrs. Jeanne Schiefer of
Leonardtown, Md., and Mrs. Thomas
Daffron of Chicago; two sisters,
Mrs. Taylor Holland of Philadelphia
and Miss Adah Miles of Nashville,
Tenn., and two brothers, Stanley
Miles and Judge Ray Miles, both of
Agnes Tierney, 79, Dies;
Friends Society Worker
By the Associated Press
M. Tierney, 79, one of the first
women graduates of Cornell Univer
sity, died yesterday at her home.
Miss Tierney, a worker for the
American Society of Friends, was
active in inter-racial affairs. She
traveled through the South in the
interests of Negro education and
after World War I went through
Germany in charge of child feeding
for the Friends.
Survivors include two brothers,
J. Wilbur Tierney, now living in
England, and Thomas L., Waynes
boro, Va.
Thirtieth street N.W., wno naa area
earlier in the day at the age of 84.
Mrs. Hart, who had suffered a
heart attack on Saturday, was a
native of Pennsylvania. She had
been a Washington resident for 50
years and had lived in Georgetown
since 1905. She was the widow of
Alfred P. Hart, who died in 1935.
Her son was active in civic or
ganisations in Arlington, and be
longed to the Masonic order.
Mrs. Hart is survived tor two
daughters, Mrs. Bessie M. Chapman,
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and Mrs. Ruth
D. Larsen, Washington, and four
sons, Joseph T. Foulds, Tremont,
Pa.; Henry P. Foulds, William Paul
Hart and Richard H. Hart, all of
In addition to his brothers and
sisters, Mr. Hart is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Evelyn Hart, and two
children, Edward A, Hart and Patsle
Joan Hart.
Funeral services for mother and
son will be conducted at 3 p.m. to
morrow in the Grace Episcopal
Church, 1041 Wisconsin avenue
N.W., where both had been active
members for many years. The serv
ices will be conducted by the Rev.
M. Mills Perkins, rector of the
church. Burial will be in Fort Lin
coln Cemetery.
D'Alesandro Becomes
Baltimore's Mayor
By th» Awodalid Prm
BALTIMORE, May 31.—Thomaa
D’Alesandro, Jr., yesterday was In
augurated as Baltimore’s 39th
Mayor, succeeding Theodore R. Mc
Mr. D’Alesandro, who resigned
from Congress after his election to
the mayoralty, told 5,000 listeners
in the War Memorial Plasa yester
day, “Whatever happens, I shall not
try to shift or dodge responsibility."
“The Republican administration
of the municipal government has
come to an end. Mr. D’Alesandro
said “once more the voters of Balti
more have turned to the Demo
cratic Party. This tlms they have
elected a completely Democratic ad
ministration * • •"
When he resigned last Friday
from the House he was in his fifth
term and dean of the Maryland
He swept into the Baltimore may
oralty May 6 by a margin of about
25,000 votes over Republican Deely
K. Nice. .Mr. McKeldin did not seek
Italy’s State Match Monopoly now
controls sale of all lighters and
flints there.
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