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DORSEY MAMIE. The family of the,
Ute MAMIE DORSEY wish to express their,
deepest and sincerest appreciation for the
kindnesses, sympathy and tributes shown
by their relatives and many friends and
oeikhbor^durin^heir -cent^ere^vement.
Bratus
ANTHONY, CATHERINE ANN MICH
On Monday. June 9. 1947, at Pr.tston, Pa ■
CATHERINE ANN MUCH ANTHONY, wife
of Donaid S. Anthony, mother of Dona,
Jean Anthony, daughter of Mr. and Mrs..
Jaimes H. Much of Annandaie, Va.; .sister
of Mrs. Vernon Cockrell. Mrs. Thomas Mc
Gowan. Mrs. Rowland Frinks, Miss Peggy
C Much. Harry W and Barry M. Much
Friends may call at the Demaine Funera ;
Home. Alexandria. Va.. where services will |
be held Friday. June 13, at 10 a m. In
terment Ivy Hill Cemetery.
AUE. JOHN H. On Tuesday. June 10.1
1947. at Sibley Hospital. JOHN H AUE of
Bryant st. n.w . brother of Fred L. Aue.,
Mrs. Henry Burger, Mrs. Emma Young and
Mrs- John Rizzo. Services at the S. H.
Hines Co. funeral Home. 2901 14th st.
n.w . on Friday, June 13. at 2 p.m. Inter
ment Prospect Hill Cemetery. 13
BOERNER. EMIL O On Thursday, June1
12. 1947. EMIL G. BOERNER of 2813
Quarry rd. n.w.. husband ol the late Marie
Cimmon. Services at the S. H. Hines Co.
Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w on Fri
day, June 13, at 7:30 D.m. Interment
Buffalo. Minn. 13
BREADEN, RICHARD. On Wednesday.
June 11. 1947. at his residence. Berwyn,
Md.. RICHARD BREADEN. beloved father
of Richard C. Breaden. Friends may call
at the J. Arthur Walters Funeral Home,
605 Washington bivd.. Laurel. Md. Serv
ices at St. John's Episcopal Church. Belts
ville. Md., on Friday. June 13, at 2 p m
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
church cemetery.
BROWN. ETHEL PERRY. On Tuesday.
June 10. 1947. at Provident Hospital. Bal
timore, Md., ETHEL PERRY BROWN, for
merly of Washington, D. C.. beloved wife of
W Emerson Brown, mother of W. Emer
son. Jr. and Ethel Brown Brewington:
grandmother of Dana Lucille Brewington.
She also is survived oy a brother. Mr. Wil
liam Kinney; iwo aunts, Mrs. Letitia Har
ris and Mrs. Susie Lyons; an uncie. Mr
Oliver Perry; many cousins and a host of
friends. After 1 o'clock Friday friends
are Invited to call at her late residence.
629 Cumberland st., Baltimore. Md. Fu
neral Saturday- June 14. at 2 o'clock, from
the Sharp Street Church 13*
BUCKLEY, FLORENCE E. On Wednes
day. June II. 1947. 31 the United States
Naval Hospital. FLORENCE E. BUCKLEY,
beloved wife of the late Michael J. Buck
ley and mother of Mrs. Helen E. Board
and Mrs. Doris Tayman Funeral Services
at the Taltavull Funeral Home, 439 7 th
a: ii. on Saiurday, June 14. at 2 p.m
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. 13
BUMBREY. RICHARD W. On Sunday
June 8. 1947. RICHARD W. BUMBREY of
131X Que st. n.w., beloved husband of
Ethel Bumbrey. nrotner ol Martha Thomas.
Katie Johnson. Beatrice Harris and Galvia
Bumbrey. and brother-in-law of Eva Betts.
Also surviving are other rplati.es and
friends. After 3 pm. Thursday friends
are Invited to call at the McGuire Funeral
Home. 1820 9th st. n.w.. where services
a m. Interment King George County .^Va.
BCRN ELL. JOHN THOMAS. Suddenly
on Wednesday. June II. 1.947. at Casualty
Hospital, JOHN THOMAS BURNELL, be
loved husband of Mary Jane Burnell, j
brother of Mrs. Mamie Trussell. son of
Robert Burnell Services at Chambers'
Georgetown Funeral Home. 31st and M sts.
n.w.. on Saturday. June 14, at 2 p.m
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
National Memorial Park, Falls Churchy Va.
CARTER. ETHEL LEE. On Thursday.
June 12, J 947, at Prince Georges County
Hospital. ETHEL LEE CARTER, beloved
wife of James H. Carter, mother of Luther
W Harvell. Elizabeth F. Welch. Norman L !
Harvell and Margaret C. Pender, and'
daughter of Lee and Mamie Whellhouse.l
Services and interment Richmond. Va j
Arrangements by the Taltavull Funeral
Home.
CASTELLA, CHARLES FRANKLIN. On
Wednesday, June J 1. 1947. at his residence,
4711 Sheridan ave. Riverdale. Md.,
CHARLES FRANKLIN CASTELLA. beloved
husband of Jennie Morse Castella and fa
ther of Mrs. Lee Quaint.ance ar.d Charles)
C Castella. He also is survived by a sis
ter. Miss Emma Castella. Ml. Castella
rests at Gasch's Funeral Home, 4 739 Bal-:
timore ave . Hyattsville. Md. Notice of
funeral later.
COLEMAN. SARAH. On Wednesday.
June 11, 194 7. at her residence, sow 1st.
it. n.w., SARAH COLEMAN, mother of
Thomas and Willie Coleman, grandmother
of Thomas, jr.. John. William. Francis, j
Bernard and Joseph Coleman. Notice of
funeral later. Arrangements by Malvan &
fichey. •
COLLINS. WALTER E. On Wednesday.1
June 11. 1947, at Casualty Hospital. WAL
TER E. COLLINS of *04 Maryland ave.,
p e . beloved husband of Bertha W. Collins,!
•tepfather of Mrs. Thomas Diggs. Serv-;
ices at the S. H Hines Co Funeral Home.
2901 14tli st. n.w.. on Friday. June 13, at j
1 D.m. Interment Arlington National Ccm
•tery. 12
COLLINS, WALTER E. Comrades of I
National Capitol Post. No.
( 127. V F. W\, are notified of
the sudden death of Comrade
WALTER E. COLLINS. Honor
Guard ritual services at 8:30
p m. Thursday. June 12. 194 7.
at thp S H. Hines Co Funeral
Home. 290! J 4th st. n.w. Funeral Friday.
June 13. at l pm. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery.
D. J. RYAN. Commander.
COYLE. ROBERT JEFFERY On Tues- ■
j » ... r\u. ^
ERT JEFFERY COYLE, beloved son of
Florence H. and the Rev. A. T. Coyle.
Friends may call at the Lte Funeral Home. !
4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. after in am
Saturday. June 14 Graveside services in:
Cedar Hill Cemetery Saturday at I p m. 13
DAMS. WALTER HADEN. On Wednes
day. June 11. 1947. at Mount Alto Hos-!
pltal. WALTER HADEN DAVIS of Fairfax, j
Va., beloved husband of Virginia E. Davis,
father of Russell H. Davis and Patricia E
Davis, son of William P. and Bessie D :
gavis of McLean, Va. brother of WT
verett Davis. W. Pettet Davis, jr.. and
Roger F Davis. Remains resting at the
S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2001 14tn,
st.. n.w. until 12 noon Friday Funeral
services at Fort. Mver Chapel. Fort Myer.!
Va.. on Friday. June 13. at 1 P.m. Inter
ment Arlington National Cemr.ery.
DIGGS. GEORGE P. On Tuesday. June
10. 1047, at Edgewood Sanitarium Wil
mington. Del. GEORGE P DIGGS, son of
the late Nelson and Eliza P Diggs, brother
of Mrs. Marguerite G. Shepard and Garner;
Diggs Al*o surviving are other relatives
and friends. Services and interment Sat-1
urday. June 14, at 1:30 p.m., at Leesburg.;
Va. 13
DONOVAN. JOHN J. Suddenly, on Wed
nesday. June 11. 1047. JOHN J. DON
OVAN of 8030 Garfield st.. Bethesda. Md .
husband of the late Barbara Donovan and
brother of Dorothy Donovan Walker and!
Dr. Leo J Donovan. M. D. Mr. Donovan
rests at his late residence Mass will be
offered a; Our Lady of Lourdes Churcn. i
4517 East-West highway. Bethesda, Md...
on Saturday, June 14. at 10 a.m. Rela-,
tlves and friends invited. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. 13 I
DONOVAN. JOHN J The Holy Name
Society of Our Lady of Lourdes Church
will meet at tile Chevy Chase Funeral
Home. 5103 Wisconsin ave n.w., on Fri-J
day. June 13. 1047. at 8:30 p m., to re
ei’e the rosary for JOHN J. DONOVAN.
LOUIS G CARRICO. President. I
WILFRED H. CORRIDON. Secretary.
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DYMOND. ROBERTA MAE. On Tues
day June 10, 194/, ROBERTA MAE DY
MOND, beloved daughter of Henrietta C.
and Andrew W Brown of 1102 Wayne ave.,
Silver Soring. Md . and sister of Mrs. Rob
ert F. Quigley. Mrs. Dymond rests at the
Warner E PumDhrey Funeral Heme, 8434
Georgia ave.. Silver Soring. Mo., where
prayer will be said on Friday, June 13.
at 9:15 a.m.: thence to 8t Michaels
Catholic Church, where mass will be of
fered at 9:30 a.m. for the repose of her
soul. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
ENWBIGHT, JAMES C. On Wednesday.
June 11. J 947, at his residence. 4335 19th
pi n e , JAMES C ENWRIGHT. beloved
husband of Marie S. Enwright and father
of James C. Enwright, jr. Friends may
call at his late residence until Saturday.
June 14. at 8:30 a m. Reouiem mass at
St. Francis De Sales' Church at 9 a.m.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mattingly Fu
neral Service. _ , 13
FALK, ALICE. On Tuesday. June 10,
1941. ALICE FALK of 4612 North 37th
st . Arlington. Va., beloved wife of Clar
ence Falk, mother of Bernard L. Falk of
Ridgewood. N. J.. and Mrs. Oliver T.
Mitchell of Sacramento. Calif. Services
at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901
14th st. n.w.. on Friday, June 13, at 3
p.m. Interment private.
FITZGERALD. JANE C. On Wednesday,
June il. 1947, at her residence. 71 W st.
n w.. JANE C. FITZGERALD, beloved wife
of the late David A. Fitzgerald and mother
of Catherine V. Fitzgerald and Mrs. Mary
K. Rossitei and the late Dennis R. Fitz
gerald. Funeral from the Taltavull Fu
neral Home. 3610 14th st. n.w , on Satur
day. June 14, at 8:30 a.m. Reouiem mass
at St. Maxtin’s Church at 9 a.m. Rela
tives and friends invited. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. 13
FITZGERALD, JENNIE. Officers and
members of St. Joseph's Ladies' Auxiliary.
No. 62. Knights of St. John, please meet
at Taltavull s Funeral Home, 3619 14th st.
n w.. Friday. June 13, J947, at 9 p.m., to
recite the rosary.
OMI X BINGMAN. President.
LILLIE R RITTER, Rec. Sec.
FORD, LILLIAN M. On June 11. 1947,
LILLIAN M. FORD, wife of the late
Charles F. Ford and mother of Mrs. Noble
B Yewell. Remains reposing at the
Frank E Campbell Funeral Church. Inc..
Madison ave. at 8!st st.. New York City,
until 6 o.m. Friday. Services and inter
ment private.
GARDNER, EVYE ELIZABETH. Entered
into eternal rest on Wednesday. June J 1
1947, at her resdience. 435 Irving st.
n w . EVIE ELIZABETH GARDNER, be
loved wife of the late Merdith P. Gardner
and loving mother of Mrs. Virginia Pot
ter. Mrs Ollie Davis, Mrs. Ida Hale, Mrs.
Ruth Minor. Mrs. Helen Griffin and
Bessie- Napoleon. John end Charles Gard
ner. She also is survived by one brother.
Newman Ar.derson. other relatives and a
host of friends. Remains resting at the
John T Rhlnes <v Co. Funeral Home.
3rd and Eye sts. s.w, runerai ana inter
ment Friday. June 13. at Ashland, Va.
GARNER. JOHN E. On Wednesday. June
Jl, 1947. JOHN E. GARNER of '.'0 Hanover
.-l. n.w . husband of Ella Garner. Notice
of funeral later. Services by Stewart's
Funeral Home. 30 H st. n.e.
GRAY. ROBERT lee. On Monday. June
9, 1947, at his residence. Cedar Grove.
Md.. ROBERT LEE GRAY, beloved hus
band of Mrs. Anna Gray, father of Mrs.
Virginia Rebeiro, Vinson and Russell Gray.
Also surviving are one grandson, one sis
ter and a host of other relatives and
friends. Remains resting at the Snowden
& Davis Funeral Home, Rockville, Md. Fu
neral Friday. June 1 •'!. at 2 p.m.. from the
Rocky Hill Church. Clarksburg. Md . Rev.
Smallwood, pastor. Interment church
cemetery.
HAFNER, JOSEPH V. On Wednesday,
June 11. 1917, JOSEPH V. HAFNER. be
loved husband of the late Theresa Haf
ner and father of Marie Hafner Brosnan.
Friends may call at the Robert A.
Mattingly Funeral Home, 331 11th st. s.e..
until Friday. June 13. at 9 a.m Requiem
mass at St. Dominie’s Church at 9:30 a.m.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment,
private, at Mount Olivet Cemetery. 12
HALL. DENNIS. On Wednesday. June
II, 1947, at his residence, 3311 South 1st
it.. Arlington. Va . DENNIS HALL, beloved
husband of Mary Agues Hall, father ot
James D. and Lois Emeline Hall and broth
er ol Archie. Quincy and Milton Hall, Mrs.1
Ada Shepherd and Mrs. Annie Neish. Re
mains resting at the Ives Funeral Home.!
2847 Wilson blvd., Arlington. Va.. where,
funeral services will be held Friday. June'
13, st 2:30 P.m. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery.
HARRIS. ELBERT .1. On Wednesday |
June 11, 1947, at United States Marine!
Hospital, Baltimore. Mo,. ELBERT J.
HARRIS, the beloved father of George M.
and William E. Harris. Services at the
Chambers Funeral Home. .1400 Chapin st. i
n.w . on Saturday. June 14. at 10 a.m.
Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 33
HARRISON. LAURA LEE. On Wednes
day. June 11. 1917. LAURA LEE HAR
RISON of 2247 9th st. n.w.. devoted wife
of James A. Harrison, mother of Lena |
Alsop and sister of Maude Rock and
Madeline Jefferson She also leaves a
host oi other relatives and friends. Notice
of funeral later. Arrangements by W.
Ernest Jarvis Co.
HENDERSON. HERBERT H On Mon
day, June 9. 1947. at Emergency Hos
pital. HERBERT H. HENDERSON, beloved
lather of Herbert H. Henderson. 1r.: son
of Ella Henderson and brother of Esther
Torney, Norman A. and Maurice A. Hen
derson and Blanche Rollins. Services at
Chambers' Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.,
on Thursday, June 12, at 2:30 p.m. In
terment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 12
HENRY, FLORENCE M. On Monday,
y_ t . . A EH rtOPMCP XT IT'KJ LJ V I V-i f
beloved mother of James. Mary. Agnes,
Joseph. Bernard. Anthony. Florence.
Thomas. Lawrence. Cornelia, Jearline. Dor
othy and Olive; grandmother of Giovanni,
Caroline a.id Ernestine; sister of Herman
Colbert, Joseilh and William. Remains
may be viewed at her late home. Bowie,
Md . Thursday evening. Funeral Friday
morning. June 13, at 9 o'clock, from the
Ascension Church. Bowie. Md.
HERRITY, ANITA OLGA. On Thursday.
June J2. 194'. at her home. 5H20 North
mil st.. Arlington, Va.. Mrs. ANITA OLGA
HERRITY. beloved v.lfe of Harry F. Her
ritv and mother of June and Edward Her
rity. She also is survived by her mother
and father, Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Bock
haus. and two brothers, Edward E. Bock
naus of Bethesda. Md., and Gordon W.
Bockhai* of Minneapolis. Minn. Funeral
from the above residence on Saturday,
June 14. at 8:30 a m., followed by requiem
mass at St. Charles' Catholic Church,
Clarendon. Va.. at 9 a.m. Interment Na
tional Memorial Park Cemetery. W. E.
Fitzgerald, funeral director. 13
HINES, JAMES HARRY. On Tuesday.
June 10, 1947. at his residence. 1320 You;
st. n.w. JAMES HARRY HINES, husband;
of Manizei Hines, lather of Joseph Hines!
of New York City, stepfather of Dora and j
Maymie Pt well. brother of Charles Hines.
Luvenia Parker of Rocky Mount. N. C.;
Mary Shamley of Nashville, N. C., and j
Alice Ruffin. Many other relatives and!
friends also survive. After 4 p m. Thurs-,
jay. June 12, friends may call at Frazier's;
Funeral Home, Inc. 389 R. I. ave. n.w.!
Aherc funeral services will be held at 8:
p m . Rev. D. S Morton officiating; thence
lo Rocky Mount. N. C. 12
HOLBEN, RAY GLENN. Suddenly, on
rhursday, June 12, 1947. RAY GLENN;
HOLBEN of 1250 Queen st. n.e . beloved
ton of Mrs. Clara M. Kane. Notice of Xu-;
neral later.
HOUGHTON, CHARLES E. On Tups- 1
day. June 10. J947. at Sr.j
Petersburg. Fla. CHARLES E.
HOUGHTON, member of Colum-;
bia Typographical Union. No.
101. Funeral services and in
terment St. Petersburg. Fla.
JOSEPH Z. LINS. Secretary-Treasurer.
JACKSON. CATHERINE. On Wednes
jay, June II, 1947, at her residence. 4907
Sheriff rd. n.e,. CATHERINE JACKSON,
wife of the late Addison Jackson and
ievoted mol he r of Mrs. Abbie Jackson
3ree. Mrs. Daisy Jackson Tolliver. Mrs.
[>oiiisp Jackson Lee. Walter G.. Carroll A.
md Francis M. Jackson. Also surviving
i-e two sisters, Mrs. Annie V. Scott and
Mrs. Anna E Lane: a brother. Robert
„ane. two daughters-in-law. Mrs. Helen
Jackson and Mrs. Hazel Jackson, one son
r.-law. Josephus T. Lee: seven grandchil
dren. six srea'-grandchildren and other
•datives and friends. After 3.30 p.m. Fri
day friends are invited to call at the
McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th st. n.w
Services Saturday. June 14. at l p m., at
Sew Bethel Church. 9th and S sts. n.w
interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 13
JENNINGS, CORDELIA L. On Monday,
June 9. 1947. at her residence. 933 West
minster t. n.w.. CORDELIA I.. JENNINGS,
jvife of thr late Hayward F. Jennings, be-!
oved mother of Frances J. Hughes. Susie.
V. o«nnings. Hayward T. Jennings. Ralph'
^ ai d Oliver W. Jennings, and grandmoth
er o'. Thoiras and Lloyd Hughes. Phyllis
Jennings and the late Elsie Hughes Styles.
Al.‘o surviving are five great-grandchildren.,
nher relatives and many friends. Alter i
12 noon Thursday friends are invited to!
•all at her late residence, where services i
mil oe conducted ov me ncv .1 vmuvurai
Beckett on Friday. June 1.3. at 1 p.m. In
.erment Harmony Cemetery. Arrange- J
nents by McGuire.,
JENNINGS, CORDELIA. The officers
end members of tihe Ladies* Tinney Phyllis
Wheatley Society are requested to attend1
the services for Mrs. CORDELIA JEN
NINGS, Friday*. June 1.3. 1947. at 1 P.m.,i
it her late lesidenre. 93.3 Westminster st.'
n.w MAYME B. LANE, President.
MARIE BARNES. Fin. Sec.
JENNINGS, DAISY SMITH. On Wed
nesday. June 11. 1317. ai Columbia Hos
pital. DAISY’ SMITH JENNINGS, wife of
Dink Jennings. The late Mrs. Jennings
may be viewed at Stewart's Funeral Home.
,30 H st. n.w.. after 5 p.m. Thursday. Fu
neral Friday. June 13. at S P.m.. from
Mount Airy Baptist Church, L st. between
North Capitol st. and New Jersey ave.
n.w. Interment Charlottesville. Va. 1.3
JOHNSON. CHARLES HENRY’. Or Tues
day. June 10. 1947. CHARLES HENRY
JOHNSON of 1124 K st. s.e.. son of the
Sate Peter and Mary J. Johnson and broth
er of Mrs. Ella E Thompson. Also sur
viving are fcur cousins. Mrs Louise Waller.
Mrs Effie West. Edward at.d Harry Small
wood. and other relatives and friends.
After noon Thursday friends are invited
to call at the McGuire Funeral Home. 1820
nth st n.w . where services will be con
ducted by the Rev. J. H. Peters Friday,
June 13. at 2 p.m. Interment Lincoln
Memorial Cemetery. 13
JONES. HAROLD Y’. On Wednesday.
June 11. 1947. at his residence. 3233 18:h
st. n.w HAROLD V. JONES, devoted hus
band of Margaret Jones. Notice of funeral
later Arrangements by Dovie G. Brooks.
JORDAN. LAWRENCE SERRILL. On
Wednesday. June li. 1947, LAWRENCE
SERRILL JORDAN of 1903 loth st. n.w .
Apt. 3. beloved son of Mary E. Jordan and
brother of M. Louise Jordan Also sur
viving are an aunt. A. E Hines of Waco.
Tex other relatives and many friends.
Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by
McGuire. 13
KANE. KATHERINE E. On Thursday.
June 12. 1947. a: Sibley Hospital. KATH
ERINE E KANE, beloved daughter of the
late Michael and Joanna Kane and sister
of Mrs. Edward Plaskett Funeral services
at her late residence, 4922 Tth st. n w . on
Saturday. June 14. at 8:15 a.m. High
requiem mass at St. Aloys’.us Church at.
9 a m. Relatives and friends invited
Ir.feimer.t Mount Olivet Cemetery 13
CEMETERY LOTS.
S lots. CEDAR HILI. CEMETERY. Catho
llr section cost price: head of cross-sec
tion 27. Hillside I6S0-W after 8 pm. 18*
i
Seatfia
LOGAN, JULIUS. On Sunday. June 8,
1947, JULIUS LOGAN of 013 M st. n.w..
beloved husband of Annie Logan, father of
Dave and Isabelle Logan, brother of Sallie
Logan. After 12 noon Thursday. June
12, friends may call at the Carver Memorial
Funeral Home. 29 H st n.w. Funeral on
Friday, June 13. at 1 P.m., from Northwest
Beulah Baptist Church, 1017 3rd st. n.w.,
Rev. Mose Henderson officiating. Inter
ment Payne’s Cemetery.
MacKAY. MINNIE AGNES. On Wednes
day. June 11. 1947. at the Masonic and
Eastern Star Home. MINNIE AGNES Mac
KAY. wife of William MacKay. mother of
William Boraner of Harrisburg. Pa., and
stepmother of Mrs. Sue Carper of Palmyra,
Pa. Services at the 6. H. Hines Co. Fu
neral Home. 2901 14th st n.w.. on Fri
day. June 13. at 10 a.m. Interment Fort
Lincoln Cemetery. J -
MANDLEY. JOHN E. On Wednesday.
June 11. 1947, JOHN E. MANDLEY. the
beloved brother of Katherine A. Mitchell.
Funeral from the W. W Deal Funeral
Home, 810 H st. n.e„ on Friday. June 16,
at p.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Glenwood Cemetery.
MILES. CHARLES C. Suddenly, on
Wednesday. June U IO47, at his home.
Darr.estown. Md.. CHARLES C. MILES,
brother of William T. Miles. Mr Miles
rests at Hilton’s Funeral Home. Barnes
ville. Md., where services will be held on
Friday. June 13, at 10 a.m. Interment
Clarksburg Methodist Cemetery, Clarks
bUMURPHY, MARY A. On Wednesday.
June 11, 1947, at her residence, 3043 P
st. n.w., MARY A. MURPHY, beloved wife
of the late Thomas F. Murphy. Funeral
from the James T. Ryan Funeral Home,
317 Pa. ave. s.e., on Saturday, June 14. at
9:30 a.m.: thence to Hply Trinity Church,
where mass will be offered at 10 a.m Rel
atives and friends invited. Interment New
Cathedral Cemetery, Baltimore, Md. 13
NICHOLSON, REV. DR. R. Y. Sudden
ly. on Tuesday. June Ml. 1947, Rev Dr.
R Y NICHOLSON, beloved Husband of
Altie ' Nicholson (nee Bartgis). Friends
may ca'l at William J. Tlckner & Sons,
Yoith and Pa. aves.. Baltimore. Md.. until
10 p.m. Thursday, June 12. After 9 a.m.
Fridav. June 13, st Eutaw Methodist
Church. Mayfield and Harford rd., where
services will be held at 11 a.m. Interment
St John s Cemetery, Olney, Md. 12
OWENS, HERMAN. On Tuesday, June
10, 1947. at his residence. 1720 Owens rd
O>:on Hill. Md- HERMAN OWENS, the be
loved husband of Hannah L. Owens (nee
Amidon) and brother of Mrs. Clara Bock,
Mrs. Isabelle King and Mrs. Gertrude O.
Grimes Funeral from the Simmons Bros.
Funeral Home. 2007 Nichols ave. s.e- on
Friday. June 13. at 10 a m. Services at
St Barnabas' Episcopal Church at 10:30
a m. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment church cemetery. 12
PACE, DOROTHT. On Monday. June
9, 1947, DOROTHY PACE of 1423 Harvard
st. n w . beloved daughter of Annie Green,
sister of Louise Reddick, cousin of Reba
Ivy, niece of Mr. Hardy, guardian of Mr.
Pace. She also leaves other relatives *and
friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest
Jarvis Funeral Church, J 432 You st. n.w.,
after 0 p m. Thursday. June 12. Funeral
services Saturday, June 14. at 1:30 pm.,
at the above funeral church. Rev. Winston
officiating. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 13
PAYNE. HANNAH JETT. Departed this
life on Wednesday. June 11, 1947, at
her residence. 722 1st. st s.w.. HANNAH
J. PAYNE, beloved wife of Daniel Payne,
godmother of Alice Adams, friend of Mrs.
Hattie Brooks. Mrs. Margaret Bumby and
Mrs. A?nes Carr. Other relatives and
friends also mourn her passing. Remains
resting at the John T. Rhines & Co.
Funeral Home. 3rd and Eye sts. i.w.
Notice of funeral later.
PLUM. TINA. On June 3 0. 3 947. in
Baltimore Md., TINA PLUM »nee Pencek),
beloved wife of the late Andrew Plum.
Funeral from her late residence. 402 South
Register st., Baltimore, Md., on Saturday.
June 14. at 8:30 a m. High requiem mass
at St. Stanislaus’ Church at 9 a m. In
terment in St. Stanislaus’ Cemetery. 3 3
PORTER, HELEN QUANDER. On Tues
day. June 10. 1947. at her residence.
Bowie. Md., HELEN QUANDER PORTER,
beloved daughter of Mrs. Pheobe Smith
Moore and devoted mother of Hilraer Gray
Porter. She also is survived by one sister.
Mrs. Alice Smith Hall; two brothers, Wil
liam H. Chew and David Quandcr; other
relatives and friends. Remains may be
viewed Friday. June 13. after 0 p m., at
her late residence. Funeral services will
be held Saturday. June 14, at 2 p.m.. at
the Ross Methodist Church. Bowie. Md..
Rev. Munnely officiating. Interment Upper
Marlboro. Md. Arrangements by J. B.
Johnson. 3 3*
QUARLES. MABEL. On Wednesday.
June II. J947, MABEL QUARLES of 36
Pierce st. n.w.. wife of Charles Quarles.
Notice of funeral later. Services by the
Stewart Funeral Home. 30 H st. n.e.
RIDENOUR, BELLE MILLER. On Wed
nesday. June II. 1947. at her residence.
5820 Chevy Chase Parkway. BELLE MIL
LER RIDENOUR. wTidow of the late Upton
H. Ridenour, sister of Mrs. Grace M.
Gieseking. Prayers at Chambers' Funeral
Home, 1400 Chapin st. n.w . on Saturday,
June 14, at 9:30 a m. Mass will be of
fered at the Shrine of the Most Blessed
Sacrament Church. Chevy Chase Circle and
Western ave.. at 10 a.m. Interment Oak
Hill Cemetery. 13
RYAN, PATRICIA LEE. On Tuesday,
June 10, 3 947. PATRICIA LEE RYAN, be
loved daughter of Harry and Mary Lee
Ryan (nee HenchL Remains resting at
the Timothy Hanlon I^ineral Home, 041 H
st. n.e. Notice of funeral later.
SWART, FRANK B. Suddenly, on Sat
urday. June 7, 194 7, in his apartment at
the Victoria Hotel. Grantsville. Md.,
FRANK B. SWART, husband of Elizabeth
Stuart Swart and son of the late Barnet T.
and Sara Swart. Services were held Sun
day. June 8. at the Grantsville Lutheran
Church. Interment w?as at the Allegany
Cemetery. Frcstbure, Mu., Monday. June 9.
SEYFRIED, KILIAN. On Tuesday. June
10. J94L at his residence. ,3035 Nichols
ave. s.e , KILIAN SEYFRIED. the neloved
husband of Christine Seyfried and father
of Oscar and Edmund Seyfried. Mrs. Chris
tine Money and Anna Marie Thomas. Fu
neral from the above residence on Friday.
June 13. at 8:30 am.: thence to the
Church nf the Assumption, where mass will
be offered at 9 a m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery.
12
SMITH, FRANK B. Suddenly, on Tues
day, June 10, 1941, at his residence, 4009
31st st.. Mount Rainier. Md., FRANK B
SMITH, beloved husband of Carline E.
Smith, father of Shelby B. and Blair H.
Smith. Friends may call at Wm. J. Nalley's
ave n.e.. where services will be held on
Friday, June .13, at 2 p.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Fort Lincoln
Cemetery. 12
SMITH. FRANK B. On Tuesday. June
®10, J047. at Mount Rainier, Md..
FRANK B SMITH, member of
Columbia Typographical Union.
No. 101. Remains resting at
the Nalley Funeral Home. 3200
Rhode Island ave . Mount Rainier.
Md.. where services will be held
on Friday. June 13. at 2 p.m.
JOSEPH Z. LINS. Secretary-Treasurer. 12
TREGO. ANNIE. On Monday, June 0.
1047. ANNIE TREGO, the beloved wife of
the late Leonard Trego, mother of Mrs.
Harry Kramer, Walter W. and Raymond
Leroy Trego. Remo ins restin* at Cham
bers’ Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.,
until Friday. June 13. at 10 a m. Mass
at St. Dominic's Catholic Church, Cth and
E sts. s.w., at 10:30 a.m. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. 13
TUCKER, CLAUDE. On Saturday. June
7. 1047. in Mart ins burg. W. Va., CLAUDE
TUCKER, husband of Margaret B. Tucker,
brother of Garland Tucker and Mrs. Min
nie L. Jackson, uncle of Roy and Hemw
Tucker and brother-in-law' of Mrs. Mag
gie Tucker. After 4 D.m. Wednesday.
June 1 1. friends may call at. Frazier's
Funeral Home. 380 R. I. ave. n.w., w'here
services will be held at J p.m. Friday,
June 13. Rev. J. W. Bundrant officiating.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery.
12
TUCKER, MARIA LOUISA. On Thurs
day. .June 12, 1047. at her residence.
4101 1 Oth st. n.e.. MARIA LOUISA TUCK
ER, beloved wife of the late John E.
Tucker and mother of Mrs. Marion Loops.
Friends may rail at the Lee Funeral
Home. 4th st. and Mass. avp. n.e.. where
services will be held on Monday. June
1H. at 11 a.m. Interment Fork Meth
odist Cemetery (Baltimore County, Md.),
at 2 p.m. 15
WASILEWSKI. BOLESLAW. On Mon
day, June 0. 1047. BOLESLAW WASILEW
SKI Prayers at Chambers' Funeral Home.
1400 Chapin st. n.w,. on Friday. June 13.
at 8:30 a m. Mass will be offered at Holy
Name Catholic Church. Jlth and K sts.
n.e., at o a.m. Interment Mount Olivet
Cemetery.
WEST. DORA. On Monday. June 0.
1047. at her residence. North Beach. Md..
DORA WEST, the wif* of the late Walter
Scott West, mother of Mrs Alta Gordon
and sister of Alexander Welch, Mrs. Agnas
Doyle. Mrs. Emma Kroeger. Mrs. Annie
Robinson. Mrs. Catherine Hale and Miss
Cora Welch. Friends may call at the Lee
Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave.
n.e., where services will be held on Fri
day, June 13. at 0:30 a m Requiem mass
at Holy Comforter Church at 10 a.m.
Interment Prospect Hill Cemetery. 12
WINTERS. CATHERINE MORGAN. On
Tuesday, June 10, 1047. at her residence.
Buffalo. N. Y„ CATHERINE MORGAN
ters. sister of Joseph E. Morgan of Be
thesda. Md ; 'Annie Morgan Broun of
Leonardtown. Md., and Albert E. Morgan
of Cape Charles, Va. Services at St
Aloysius’ Church. Leonardtown. Md., on
Friday, June 13, at 2 p.m. Relatives and
triends invited. Interment • church ceme
tery. Mattingly Funeral Service. 12
HOOD. HAZEL MARIE. On Tuesday
June 1<». 1947. at her residence, 12M G
st. s.e.. HAZEL MARIE WOOD, beloved
wife of Richard A. Wood, mother of Wil
liam R. and Richard A. Wood. jr.. sister
of Mrs. Frank Jones and Ezra. Norman
and Charles Cole Services at Chambers’
Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Fri
day. June 13. at 1 p m Interment
Monocacy Cemetery. Beallsville. Md. 13
YOUNG. DANIEL W. Departed this
life suddenly. June 10, 1947, at his resi
dence. 310 3rd st. s.w., DANIEL W.
YOUNG, the son of the late Silas and Jane
Young. He leaves to mourn a devoted wife.
Mrs. Catherine Young, two sons. Curtis
and Charles Young: a sister. Elizabeth
Young; one niece, Anita Hawkins; three
grandchildren, one daughter-in-law, ten
cousins, one sister-in-law and other rela
tives and friends. Remains may be viewed
after 5 p.m. Thursday. June 12. at his
late residence. Funeral Friday. June 13.
at 1 p.m.. from the Gardner Funeral Home.
322 D st. s.w . Rev. A. J. Edwards officiat
ing Interment Arlington National Ceme
tery. *
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jWalter H. Davis, 32, Dies;
iState Department Agent
Walter Haden Davis. 32, specia
; agent at the State Department, diet
yesterday at Mount Alto Veterans
Hospital after an illness of severa
; months.
A native of Lowry, Va., Mr. Davi;
attended William and Mary Collegt
and served as an investigator wit!
the Civil Service Commission be
tween 1942 and 1944. He was t
lieutenant, junior grade, in the Navj
in the latter part of the war, join
ing the Division of Security and In
vestigation at the State Depart
ment in 1946. His home was ir
Fairfax, Va.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs
Virginia E. Davis; a son. Russell H.
and a daughter, Patricia E. Davis
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
p. Davis of McLean, Va., and three
brothers.
Funeral services will be held al
1 p.m. tomorrow at Fort Myer Chap
el, followed by burial in Arlingtor
Cemetery. _
Stone Slab Falls From Wall,
Fatally Injuring Foreman
A slab of stone falling from the
top of a 12-foot wan at a construc
tion project at Fourteenth anc
Jackson streets N.E. yesterday fatal
ly injured John Thomas Burnell, 36
a foreman of the project.
An employe of the Virginia Bricl
Contractors. 3455 North Arlingtor
boulevard, Mr. Burnell was injurec
; when a 7-foot stone slab being in
-stalled on the wall was accidentally
dislodged.
Rushed to Casualty Hospital witr
-Injuries of the head, chest and righ
arm, he was pronounced dead a
4:45 p.m. His home was at 10!
Strathmead street, Falls Church. Va
Jn HUmartam
ALLEN', CHRISTIE. A sacred tribute t(
the memory ot our friend. CHRIS m
ALLEN, who entered Into eternal rest t»(
yeais ago, June 12, 1945.
To live in the hearts of those you leavi
MESSENGERS10 IN THE BUREAU Ol
CUSTOMS.
BURNS, HARRIET .1. In loving memorj
of my beloved wife. HARRIET J. BURNS
who departed this life two years ago today
June 12, 1945.
Keep her, Jesus, in Thy keeping
Until I reach that shining shore,
Then, O Master, bring us together
As we always were before,
HER DEVOTED HUSBAND, CHARLES K
BURNS.
COMER. LT, JOSEPH H , JR. In loving
memory of my dear nephew, Lt. JOSEPH
H COMER. Jr., who died in the service ol
his country four years ago today^une 12
1943. “AUNTIE.
COMER, LT. JOE VOMER, JR., U. 8
. A. In memory of our friend
Lt. JOE COMER. Jr.. U. S A.
(BBSS Who left us four years ago today
IKgSl June 12, 1943.
' DON McGEARY, BILL ARM
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COSTELLO, THOMAS ROY. In sad but
loving remembrance of our beloved hus
band and stepfather, THOMAS ROY COS
TELLO. who left us so suddenly one year
aRO today. June 12, J946.
Today recalls sad memories
Of a loved one gone to rest.
And those who think of him today
Are the ones who loved him best.
His gentle face and patient smile
With sadness we recall.
He had a kindly word for each
And died beloved by all.
LOVING WIFE. MARY. AND CHILDREN, •
LEWIS, GERTRUDE. In loving memorj
of our deal daughter and sister, GER
TRUDE LEWIS, who passed away twc
years ago today. June 12, 1945.
Your gentle ways and ready smile
With sadness we recall.
You had a kindly word for each
And died beloved by all.
You are not forgotten, dear one.
Nor will you ever be:
As long as life and memory last
We will remember thee.
HER LOVING MOTHER, BROTHERS ANI
SISTERS. *
LEWIS. GERTRUDE. In loving memorj
of our dear daughter and sister. GER
T'nrmn' T miTTO mhn narcoH a XX! a V trvt
years ago today, June 12, 1945.
God alone knows how we miss you,
Never shall your memory fade:
Loving thoughts shall -always wander
To the spot where you are laid.
Memories are treasures no one can steal
Death leaves a heartache nothing can heal
Some have forgotten now that you art
gone.
But we shall remember, no matter how
long.
YOUR DEVOTED MOTHER AND SISTER
ROSA LEWIS. CORA HOUSE.
MARTIN. JULIA A. In fond and lovins
memory of our beloved mother. JULIA A
MARTIN, who departed this life one yeai
ago today, Jtine 12, 1946.
Our precious one from us has gone,
The voice we loved is still;
A place is vacant in our homa
This world can never fill.
HER LOVING DAUGHTERS, MARY ANE
JULIA. *
SIMMS. MARY E. A tribute of love and
devotion to the memory of our dear moth
er, grandmother and mother-in-law, MARTf
E. SIMMS, who passed away five years
ago today, June 12, 1942.
Rest, dear mother, your pain is ended,
Sweetly sleep, your work is done;
You have gone where those who love you
Soon are coming, one by one.
Keep her, Jesus, in Thy keeping
Until we reach that shining shore.
Then. O Master, bring us together
As we always were before.
FAMILY. *
SMALLWOOD. LAURA VIRGINIA. A
tribute of love to the memory of our dear
one. LAURA VIRGINIA SMALLWOOD, whc
departed this life twenty-five years ago
June 12. 1922.
DEVOTED CHILDREN AND SISTERS. 4
SPRIGGS. FLORENCE I. In loving
memory of our dear mother. FLORENCE I
SPRIGGS, who entered into eternal resi
eleven years ago today, June 12, 1936.
We do not feel our mother has left us
Even though we have to part,
For her memory lives forever.
Treasured in our loving hearts.
YOUR DEVOTED CHILDREN. *
SPRIGGS, FLORENCE I. A tribute o:
love and memory to my devoted mother
FLORENCE I. SPRIGGS, who passed awaj
eleven years ago today, June 12, 1936.
You were a wonderful mother,
It was hard to let you go:
There is a link death cannot sever,
Love and memory go on forever.
ELISE. •
TILLS, SARAH. In sad but loving mem
ory of our dear, devoted mother and grand
mother. SARAH TILLS, who departed this
life thirteen years ago today, June 12
1934.
To one who bears the sweetest name
And add a luster to the same.
Who shares our joys, who cheers^when sad
The greatest friend we ever had.
So kind, so sweet, loving and dear.
One loved by all. both far and near:
Her work on earth, she did her best,
O God. grant her eternal rest.
LOVING AND DEVOTED DAUGHTERS
CLARA SIMMS AND ROSETTA ALLEN.
GRANDDAUGHTERS. MAMIE E. JOHN
SON AND LILLIAN E. MIDDLETON. 4
TINGSTRUM, CHARLES C. In lovins
memory of cur dear husband and father
CHARLES C. TINGSTRUM. who departed
this life five years ago. June 12, 1942.
What is home without you.
No one knows but those who lost;
You will never be forgotten.
Though with us you are no more.
Faithful and honest in all your ways,
Courageous to the end of your days:
Loving, gentle, sweet and kind.
What a beautiful memory you left behind
HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN. *
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Riles Held in Arlington
For Roger T. Orrison
I Funeral services for Roger T.
[ Orrison, former chief clerk of the
' Arlington County Water Depart -
! ment, who died Monday, were held
yesterday from Ives funeral home,
; Arlington.
i Burial was in Oakwood Cemetery,
Falls Church.
Mr. Orrison, 72, was bom in
Waterford. Loudoun County, Va„ and
lived in Virginia all his life. He
came to the Arlington water de
partment in 1927 and served as
chief clerk until he retired last
December on account of ill health.
He died in a convalescent home
at Dunn Loring, Va.
Mr. Orrison’s wife, Bertha, died
last year shortly after they cele
brated their golden wedding anni
versary. He is survived by seven
grandchildren. They are:
Miss Nancy Lee Orrison, Miss
Loretta Orrison, Miss Sarah Ann
Orrison and Janies A., Roger Lee
and Richard T. Orrison, all of Falls
Church, and Mrs. Leroy Trunnel,
Bethesda, Md.
Walter E. Collins Dies;
Was Employe of GAO
Walter E. Collins, 85, General Ac
counting Office employe, died yes
terday at Casualty Hosptial after a
brief illness.
A native of Washington. Mr. Col
lins served with the Marine Corps
in the Spanish-American War and!
with the American Graves Registra- \
tion Service during World War I.!
He exhumed one of the several
bodies from which the Unknown
Soldier was selected.
He spent nearly 19 years in Gov-i
ernment service and was employed
in the contract audit division, Gen-j
eral Accounting Office, prior to his;
death. He was an active member of i
National Capitol Post, No. 127, of;i
the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Hisj;
home was at 804 Maryland avenue
N.E.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Bertha W. Collins, and a stepdaugh- ;1
ter, Mrs. Thomas Diggs of Washing-!
ton. j1
Services will be held at 1 p.m. to
morrow at the S. H. Hines funeral !
home, 2901 Fourteenth street N.W.,j!
followed by burial in Arlington Cem
etery.
T. A. Rivera Rifes Held;
Former Howard U. Aide
Funeral services for Thomas A.
Rivera, former chief clerk and as
sistant to the registrar at Howard
University for 20 years, were held
yesterday in St. Mary's Episcopal
Church, with burial in Lincoln Me
monai uemetery.
Mr. Rivera, who died Sunday, was
employed by the Federal Housing
Administration as clerk-typist at the
time of his death. He was a mem
ber of St. Mary’s Church and had
served as organist there.
A graduate of the Agricultural
and Technical College of North
Carolina at Greensboro, he also re
ceived a degree from the Washing- :
ton College of Pharmacy in 1926. i
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. j
Maggie Rivera; his parents, Mr. and j
Mrs. Thomas Rivera, Durham, N.
C.; three brothers, Dr. A. M. Rivera
of Yonkers, N. Y.; Percy L. Rivera j
of Winston-Salem. N. C., and George |
S. Rivera of Henderson, N. C., and
a sister. Miss Charity Rivera, also
of Durham.
Owens Urges Probe
Of Red War Prisoners
By tb# Associated Press
Representative Owens, Republi-!
can, of Illinois urged in the House
yesterday an immediate State De
partment investigation of Russia’s
handling of war prisoners.
Some prisoners are being treated
as slaves in Europe,” Mr. Owens
said.
Russia refuses this country any
information regarding prisoners of
war, and even has taken “men we’ve
released and put them in concen
tration camps under the hardest
conditions,” Mr. Owens continued.
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Firemen Release
Police Arrested
By Legislators
ty th« Associated Pross
CORDOBA. Argentina, June 12.—
Cordoba province had two provin
cial governments today after a
stormy legislative session during
which the lawmakers arrested in
tervening policemen before being
dispersed by firemen.
A long-smouldering feud between
Governor Argentlno Auchter and
Vice Governor Ramon Asis of this
Central Argentine province flared
up when the Governor closed the
legislature last night a few mom
ents before it voted his impeach
ment and swore in Mr. Asis as Gov
ernor.
The impeachment motion, which
did not state the grounds for the
action, was voted after Mr. Auchter
signed a decree closing the legisla
ture but before the state police
chief arrived with some of his men
to serve the order.
f V UUi tuc vu*vw*u
the legislators detained them and
swore in Mr. Asis. A little later,
firemen, who with the police are
loyal to Mr. Auchter, forced open
the doors of the capitol, dispersed
the legislators and freed the ar
rested policemen.
Nineteen deputies met later in a
ream room near the capitol and
zoted to complain to the Federal
Interior Ministry.
Red Soldiers Reported
Left in Reich Plants
By the Associated Press
BERLIN, June 12.—Demobilized
Hed Army soldiers are being left in
he Soviet zone of occupation to
work in German factories for expert
raining under German technicians,
■eliable American informants said
oday.
"While it Is impossible to say
iow many such former soldiers are
iow' being employed in German
ilants, information from a number
>f independent sources Indicates
mywhere from a dozen up are being
ilaced in chosen factories, depend
ng on their size,’’ these informants
aid.
"The men are being used mainly
n machine works and in optical
ilants, and usually in the area in
which they have been stationed as
soldiers.”
American sources said the Rus
sians thus were gaining two objec
tives :
1. They were helping to build up
skilled manpower, which is sadly
lacking in the Soviet Union. They
were receiving training under some
of the best technicians in the world
—a training unobtainable in Russia
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nor the teachers.
2. They were in effect getting
around the four-power scheme to
reduce occupation troop strength
in Germany.
The four powers are deadlocked
on the issue of reducing troop
strength. The Russians have insist
ed they should be allowed the equiva
lent strength of the combined
British-American forces, whereas
the British have insisted on parity
for all.
Soap Box Derby Clinic
To Be Held Tomorrow
The Washington Soap Box Derby
Coaster Clinic will hold its weekly
session at 3:45 p.m. tomorrow in
Room 528, Star Building.
All Derby entrants and their
friends will be welcomed at the
neeting, which will include a broad
cast over Station WMAL at 4:15.
Paul Boudrot's 1946 championship
racer will be on display and the ofli
cial Derby film will be shown.
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Universal Training
Is'Antidote'for War,
Clark Says at V. M. I.
By Associated Press
LEXINGTON, Va., June 12.—At
tomey General Clark, declaring that
“a conflict is now going on” to de
cide ‘‘whether freedom or despotism
shall shape the world's future,” told
Virginia Military Institute graduates
yesterday that the establishment of
a system of universal military train
ing in the United States “would be
of lasting benefit to our program of
making democracy work.”
“We hope for justice among all
people and for a time when wars will
be no more, look to the day when the
safety of this Nation, and that of all
other nations, can be entrusted to
the collective security provided by
the United Nations,” the Attorney
General said. “But meantime,” he
added, “we must be realistic or we
may be dead.”
Universal training, Mr. Clark
told the institute’s graduating class
of approximately 100, would be an
“antidote” rather than an incen
tive to war. He said it would mean
"a fuller and better life for all our
young men,” guaranteeing the pres
ervation of “a healthy, mentally
alert citizenry.”
Atomic weapons, Mr. Clark as
serted, "certainly;; must be elimi
nated, "otherwise there will be no
civilization.” But until effective
methods of control are instituted,
he added, "we must not only re
tain the bomb but proceed actively
with its improvement.”
The Attorney General, himself a
V. M. I. student 29 years ago, de
scribed Secretary of State Mar
shall as a “great American” who
typifies "the spirit of V. M. I.” In
stitute products he said, have writ
ten "a story of devotion, loyalty and
military genius” in world history.
Secretary Marshall was one of
the thousands of visitors at V. M. I.
finals. A third notable in town was
Chief Justice Vinson.
William R. Green, 90, Dies;
Left Congress in 1928
By th« Associated Press
BELLPORT, N. V., June 12—Wil
liam Raymond Green, 90, long-time
Republican Congress member from
the 9th Iowa district, who resigned
in 1928 to become a judge on the
United States Court of Claims, died
yesterday at the summer home of a,
daughter.
Mr. Green, who had been ill since
last Thanksgiving, was the author
of "The Theory and Practice of
Modern Taxation,” and wrote exten
siveiy for magazines on public and
government matters. A noted econ
omist. he was a member of the
Academy of Political Science.
On June 5, 19H, he was elected to
the 62d Congress to fill an unexpired
term,” and was re-elected to the
post through the 63d to 70th Con
gress, from 1913 to 1929.
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Cornelius W. Smith, 71,
Georgetown Native, Dies
Cornelius W. Smith, 71. brother
of Assistant Supt. of Police Milton
D. Smith, died Tuesday at his resi
dence in Newark, N. J-, after a long
illness.
A native of Georgetown, Mr.
Smith was a graduate of local
schools, and was manager for a
number of years of the old Pope
Manufacturing Co. here, makers of
bicycles. An ardent cyclist, Mr.
Smith was well known in bicycle ,
racing circles in his younger days.
In 1898 he demonstrated one of the
first electric automobiles in Wash
ington.
He was for a time associated with
Thomas Edison, and for the last
20 years had been an inspector of
electrical equipment at the West
inghouse Electric Co. at Bloomfield,
N. J.
Surviving' are his widow, Mrs.
Minne Haas Smith, and a daughter,
Mrs. Cornelia Stouse, also of New
ark. Two brothers and two sisters
also survive.
Funeral services will be held st
1 p.m Saturday in Newark. Burial
will be in Bloomfield.
Steel Onion Praised
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NEW YORK, June 12.—A Mgh
steel executive praised the United
Steelworkers of America as "one of
the better labor unions” but aald
question of what constitutes "a fair
day’s work” was still unsettled.
John A. Stephens, vice president
of industrial relations for the United
States Steel Corp. of Delaware, said
in a speech at an American Manage
ment Association’s forum that “in
the steelworkers we think we see
a union increasingly concerned with
removal of basic cause of difficulties
in the administration of the labor
agreements.”
United States Steel and the union
agreed in October, 1945, Mr. Steph
ens said, that “the fundamental
principles of the work-wage rela
tionship is that the employe is en
titled to a fair day's pay in return
for which the company is entitled to
a fair day’s work.”
“So far,” he added, "we have com
pleted the fair day’s pay part of
the program. There remains the
important task of determining on
each job what constitutes a fair
day's work.”
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