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DURBIN. AGATHA TILGHMAN. We wish To thank our many relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and for the beautiful flowers sent during our recent bereavement. _ TILGHMAN AND DURBIN FAMILIES. * tbalfia ALLEN. MARY E. On Tuesday. Sep tember 2. 1947, at Children's Hospital. MARY E. ALLEN, the beloved daugnter of Harry J. and Frieda L. Allen of Philadel phia. Pa.: niece oi Earl P. and Katherine T. Hazell and sister of Harry, John. Phillip and Shirley Allen. Prayers at Chambers Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Fri day. September 5. at 10 a.m. Interment .Cedar Hill Cemetery. 4 AMOS. CLAUDE B. On Tuesday. Sep tember 2. 1947, at Freedmen's Hospital. 'CLAUDE B. AMOS, beloved husaana of Vrma Welch Amos, son of the late Joseph and Maria L Amos and brother of 3ames, Ralph, Earnest and Ferdinand ’Amos. After 10 a.m. Thursday friends ‘are invited to call at the McGuire Fu neral Home, 1820 9th st. n.w., where serv ices will be conducted by Rev. J. Campbell Beckett on Friday. September 6. at 12 noon. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 4 BAKER. JAMES. On Tuesday. Septem ber 2. 1947. JAMES BAKER, beloved lather of Mabel Harrington. Services at Chambers Funeral Home.-517 11th st. s.e., on Thurs day. September 4, at 10 a.m. Interment Washington National Cemetery. BRADLEY. JANE M. On Wednesday. September 3, 1947. at Doctors Hospital, JANE M. BRADLEY of 2810 27th st. n.w., aunt of Mrs. Edmund L. Browning, jr.. and James Bradley Whitman. Services at the 6 H Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th «t n w., on Erlday. September 5. at 9:30 * m ; thence toNSt. Thomas Apostle Church. 27th st. and Woodley rd. n.w., where the holv sacrifice of the mass will be offered at 10 a.m. for the repose of her soul. In terment private. _ * BROWN. MART K. On Monday. Sep tember 1. 1947, MARY K. BROWN of 724 Hobart pi. n.w., beloved wife oi Jamesi William Brown, devoted mother of Mamie Taybron. Nellie Evans Ann Singleton, Frederick. Fletcher and Robert Brown. She also leaves one aunt, two grandchil dren. one great-grandchild and other rela tive- and friends. Friends may call at her late residence after 1 p.m. Thursday. Sep tember 4. Funera1 services Friday. Sep tember ft. at 1 p.m.. at the Corinthian Baptist Church. 3rd st. between Que and R sts n.w.. Rev. P. Gainey officiating.) P.elatives and friends invited. Interment! T ,'nrnln Memorial Cemetery. Arrange-! merits by W. Ernest Jarvis to. * BURGESS. MARY. On Sunday, August 3! 1947. MARY BURGESS, cousin of Willie Lomax. She also is survived by othci relatives and friends. Friends may rail at the Malvan & Schey Funeral Home. N j. ave. and R st. n.w., Wednesday after 4 p.m., where services will be held oni Thursday. September 4, at 11 a.m. Inter ment Woodlawn Cemetery. CAMPBELL. ERLIN S. On Tuesday. Sep ' tember 2. 1947. at Sibley Hospital. ERLIN S. CAMPBELL, the beloved father of Edgar 5 and Walter E. Campbell, Nellie C. Twiddy. Grace C. Sie and Clara C. Smith. Sei vices at Chambers' Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Friday. September 5. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. CARTER, CHARLES E. On Monday, September 1, 1947. at Catonsville, Md.. CHARLES E. CARTER, beloved father of Lenora R. Davison of Jessups. Md., and Benjamin A. Carter of San Antonio. Tex. Friends may call at the Walters Funeral Home, Laurel. Md. Services at the Wesley Chapel, Jessups. Md., on Thursday. Sep tember 4. at 10 a.m. Interment Meadow Ridge Cemetery. CEPHAS, CHARLES H. On Tuesday September 2, 1947, at Freedmen's Hos pital. CHARLES H. CEPHAS of 29 Logan i Circle n.w.. beloved husband of Mrs. Clara Cephas, devoted father of Margaret Car-1 ter. Bernice Gaskins, Florence. Juanita and Delores Cephas; brother of Jerry C. Miles and Eleanora Evans. He also leaves i other relatives and many friends. Friends mav call at his late residence after 5 p.m. Saturday, September b. Funeral services Monday. September 8. at 2 p.m., at the First Baptist Church. 27th st. and Dumbar ton ave. n.w.. Rev. O. Morris officiating.! Relatives and friends invited. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 3,4,8,7 CHILDRESS. HILDA LEE. On Monday. September 1. 1947. at Youngstown. Ohio, HILDA LEE CHILDRESS, loving wife of William Childress and daughter of Vergie Lee of 631 Gresham pi. n.w.. Washington, D. C. She also leaves to mourn a father, three sisters, two brothers, two children and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the C. V. Lewis Funeral Home,] 1508 9th st. n.w., after 6 p.m. Wednesday.! September 3. Interment Luray. Va. Ar rangements by the Chinn Funeral Serviga, Arlington. Va. 3 CUSICK. WALTER F. On Tuesday. Sep tember 2. 1947. at Homeopathic Hospital, WALTER C. CUSICK of 2228 Quincy st. cock Cusick and father of Mary Jean, Wal ter H. and Marguerite Cusick; son of the late Patrick and Mary Cusick and brother of Florence. Clara and Ralph A. Cusick. Funeral from his late residence on Friday, September 5. at 9:30 a m. High requiem mass at St. Francis Xavier's Church at 10 a m. Relatives and friends invited. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 4 DAUENHAUER. PEARL MILDRED. On Tuesday. September 2. 1947, at Doctor* Hospital. PEARL MILDRED DAUENHAUER, beloved wife of Elsworth U. Dauennauer of 8201 Schrider st.. Silver Spring. Md. Mrs. Dauenhauer rests at tne Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia ave.. Silver Spring, Md. Services at the Church of the Ascension* Sligo and Carroll ave.. Silver Spring, Md.. on Thursday. Sep tember 4. at 2 p.m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. DIXON, GEORGE. Suddenly, on Tues day. September 2, 1947. at his residence. 507 E st. n.w., GEORGE DIXON, beloved hus band of Mrs. Nannie V. Dixon and father of Mrs. Keith Sutphin. Services at Chambers’ Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. on Friday. September 5. at 1:30 p.m. Interment Ar lington National Cemetery. Military and Masonic services at graveside. 4 DUNCAN. ELMER C. On Monday. Sep tember 1. 1947. at his residence. 2124 Eye st. n.w . ELMER C. DUNCAN. He is survived by two brothers. Claude W. Duncan of Detroit., Mich., and William O. Cancun of Conoga Park Calif., and a sister. Mrs. R. D Willis of Hohenwald. Tenn. Services will be held at Gawler’s Chapel. 1750 Pa. ave n.w.. on Thursday. September 4. at 1:45 p.m. Interment. Arlington National Cemetery. 3 EINSTEIN, FANNIE L. On Monday. ' September 1. 1947. at her residence. 2807 Conn ave. n.w.. FANNIE L. EINSTEIN. I wife of the late Ferdinand J. Einstein and • mother of Mrs. Irene E. Baer and the late Mrs. May E. Levy. Services will be held at Gawler’s Chapel, 1750 Pa. ave. n.w., on Thursday. September 4. at 11 a.m. In terment Washington Hebrew Congregation Cemetery. 3 ELLINGTON. RICHMOND C„ SR. On taturday. August 30 1947, at the United tates Naval Hospital. Bethesda. Md.. RICHMOND C. ELLINGTON. Sr., the be loved father of Richmond C. Ellington, jr., and Mrs. Mary C. Preslpy. Remain? resting at Chambers' Riverdale Funeral Home until Thursdav. September 4. at 12 noon. Funeral services at Fort Myer Chapel. Fort Myer. Va., at 1 p.m. Inter ment Arlington National Cemetery. EMMFRICH. GEORGE M. On Tuesday. September 2, 1947. at his residence, 1925 Kaiorama ra. n.w.. ueukue m. em MERICH, husband of the late Mary Colley Emmerich. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w , on Fri day. September 5. at 1 p.m. Interment, private, Oak Hill Cemetery. 4 FUNERAL DIRECTORS, J. William Lee’s Sons Co. 4th and Mass. Ave. N.E. LI. 6200 ' FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium In Case of Death Call One of the Largest Undertaker* in the World Complete Funerols $95 to $2,000 Four Laree Funeral Hornet Phone CO. 0432 FRANK GEIER'S SONS CO. FUNERAL HOME 3605 14th St. N.W. Hobart 2326 NEW ENLARGED PARLORS Formerly at 1113 7th St. N.W. _Established 1851_J V. L. SPEARE CO. Nether successor t# nor connected with: the orieinal W. R. 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Remains resting at the Ives Funeral Home. 2847 Wilson blvd., Arlington. Va. Notice of funeral later. GENTILE. JOSEPH. On 8unday. Au gust .31. 1947, at .Mount Alto Hospital. JOSEPH GENTILE, the beloved husband of Lucy M. Gen tile and brother of Carmel Cos tanza and Josephine Costanza of Endicott. N. Y. Services at Chambers' Funeral Home, 617 11th st. s.e.. on Thursday, September 4. at 1 p.m. In terment Arlington National Cemetery. 4 GRAEVES. CLAUDE E. Suddenly, cn Tuesday. September 2, 1947. CLAUDE E. GRAEVES of 725 Weoster st. n.w., rhe beloved husband of Lena R. Graeves (nee Dowden), father of Eugene Kdriclc and brother of Julius Graeves of Maplewood. N. J., and Mrs. Vena Sbence. Funeral from the W. W. Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w., on Friday, September, 5, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends in vited. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 4 GREEN, SAMUEL M. Departed this life Sunday. August 31, 1947. at hia residence, 723 Langston ter. n.e.. after a brief illness. Mr. SAMUEL M. GREEN. He is survived by a wife. Mrs. Louise Gretn; two sons. Willie and Samuel M. Green, jr.; one, daughter. Miss Loraine Green; a mother., Mrs. Mary Green; two sisters, Mrs. Lula I Brown and Mrs. Elizabeth Gilbert, and a host of other relatives and friends. Re mams may be viewed at the Hall Bros. Funeral Home, 621 Florida ave. n.w., Thursday. September 4, after 6 p.m. Fu neral services and interment Saturday. Sep tember 6, at Tramp Baptist Church, Farm ville. Va. 4 HALEY. CATHERINE PUMPHERY. On Sunday, August 31. 1947, at Gallinger Hospital, CATHERINE PUMPHERY HA LEY. She is survived by a devoted hus band, Mr. Budd Haley; one daughter. Mrs. Martha Branch; one son. Mr. Sam uel Pumphem one grandson. James Bel lious: two brothers. Mr. Samuel Fra zier and Mr, Norman Rose: two sisters. Mrs. Mary Boswell and Mrs. Martha Church, and a host of nieces, nephews and many friends. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Wednesday. September 3, ai the Johnson & Jenkins Funeral Home. 2043 Ga. ave. n.w. Funeral on Thurs day. September 4. at 1 p.m., from the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church. J106 W st. n.w.. Rev. Robert Anderson officiat ing. Interment Lincoln Memorial Ceme tery. • HENSON. CHARLES. On Friday, Au gust 29, 1947, at Glenn Dale Hospital, CHARLES HENSON, beloved . brother ot Agnes Henson, Lena Thomas and Mary Griffin of Baltimore County, Md. He also| leaves other relbtives and many friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church, 1432 You st. n.w.. after 10 a m. Thursday, September 4. Funeral: services Friday, September 5. at the above; funeral church. Relatives and friends in vited. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 4 HOLMES. EDWARD. Suddenly, on Mon day, September 1. 1947. at his home. 205 Buffalo ave., Takoma Park, Md., EDWARD HOLMES, beloved husband of Edith Weaver Holmes and father of Dr. Charles M. Holmes of Coral Gables, Fla., and Mrs. Jane H. Hayes Mr. Holmes rests at 'he Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia ave., Silver Spring, Md., where services will be held on Wednesday. Sep tember 3. at 2 p.m. Interment private. 3 JOHNSON. MABLE. On Sunday. August 31, 1947, MABLE JOHNSON of 1012 Reeves ct. n.w., wife of John F. Johnson, mother; of Roberta and George Smith. She also is survived by other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the Malvan & Schey I Funeral Home, N. J. ave. and R st. n.w., after 12 noon Wednesday, where services i will be held Thursday. September 4, at 11 p.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. * JONES, ROZELLA L. On Monday, Sep-’ tember 1. 1947. ROZELLA L. JONES, be-1 loved wife of John G. Jones, mother of Eldridge G. Jones, mother-in-law of Mil dred S. Jones and sister of Eldridge G. Henderson of Medford. Mass. Friends may call at her late residence, 170ti Jackson st. n.e., where services will be held on Thursday, September 4. at 2 p.m. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. » 3 JONES, ROSELLA. Officers of East Gata Chapter, No. 21, O. E. S., are requested to meet at 1:45 p.m.; Thursday. September 4, 1947, i at 170<> Jackson st. n.e., for th? purpose of ctyiducting funera.'l services at 2 p.m. for our late! sister, ROSELLA JONES. By order the worthy matron, GUIDA B. HALL. Attest: MARIE F. CADEN, Secretary. KNIGHT, LUVENIA. On Tuesday, Sep tember 2. 1947, LUVENIA KNIGHT of 407-* M st. n.w., sistfer of Annie Harris. She also is survived by other relatives and friends. Notice of funeral later. Ar rangements by Malvan & Schey. • LAWSON, LYTEtL MAURICE. On Mon day, September 1, 1947, LYTELL MAURICE LAWSON, son of Mrs. Cordelia Lawson, brother of Randolph, jr.: Herman, James IP Daeatfo Ctonlou IP onH InHrani IP Tatar- I son. He also Is survived by other rola tives and friends. Friends may call at the new Malvan & Schey Funeral Home. 4445 Deane ave. n.e after 12 noon Wednes day. where services will be held Thursday, September 4, at 11 a.m. Interment Ar lington National Ccmefcarjr*. .• v LEACH. HERBERT C> On Tuesday, September 2,' 1947, at OarftMd Hospital. HERBERT C. LEACH of Sleepy Hollow rd.. Falls Church. Va.. brother of Mrs. Earle C. Putnam of Falls Church. Va., and Mrs. John A. Luddy of Atlanta, Ga. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Thursday. September 4. at 11:30 a.m. Interment Congressional Cemetery. 3 LEACH, HERBERT C. Washington Lodge. No. 15. B. P. O. Elks, will convene in a session of sorrow at 7 p.m. Wednesday, September 3, 1947, to pay trib ute to the memory of our late brother. HERBERT C. LEACH, enrolled April 10. 1918; diedi September 2, 1947. Elks’ services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. at 7:.'I0 p.m. By order of C. W. MCLAUGHLIN, Exalted Ruler. Attest: L. M. YOUNG, Secretary. LEDFORD. PFC. GEORGE W. On Mon day. September 1. 1947, at ’SgttSE, Walter Reed General Hospital. ■ Pfc. GEORGE W. LEDFORD, U. EcsuS S A., beloved son of Mrs. Minnie I Ledford. Services and interment at Dalton. Ga. Services by Chambers. LOVEJOYr ANNIE BEDDO. On Tues day. September 2. 1947. at Doctors Hos pital. ANNIE BEDDO LOVEJOY, daughter of the late Dr James W. H. and Maria | Greene Lovejoy Services will me held at Gawler’s Chapel. 1758 Pa. ave. n.w.. on Thursday. September 4 at J:.’iU p.m. In terment private. Kindly omit flowers. ; MARR. SARA E. On Tuesday. Septem ber 2. 1947. at her residence, 3800 14th st. n.w.. SARA E. MARR, wife of the late James C. Marr and mother of Mrs. May M. Armstrong. Mrs. Edith Gaddis, William H. and J. Carlton Marr. Friends may call at the Wastler Funeral Home. 301 East Capitol st., where funeral services will be held on Thursday. September 4. at 10:30 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. In terment Congresssional Cemetery. 3 MATTHEWS. ZENIA. On Monday. Sep tember 1. 1947. at her residence. 1518 8th st. n.w.. ZENIA MATTHEWS, daugh ter ol the late Laura Latham, beloved sister of Jessie Daniels. Nellie Latham and Marv Cottons. She also leaves six nephews, five nieces, other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church. 1432 You st n.w., after 12 noon Thursday. Sep temBer 4. Funeral services on Friday. September 5. at 12:30 p.m.. at the Tenth Street Baptist Church. 10th and R sts. n w„ Rev. J. L. Henry, minister. Rela . : J innitoW Tntormon t Ppm. MAY. JOSEPHINE. On Wednesday.! September 3, 1947, at her residence. 843 31st st. n.e.. Apt. 3» JOSEPHINE MAY. beloved grandmother of Miss Johnie M. Hines and Mrs. Louise H. Capel. Also sur viving are many friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by McGuire. 4 MILSTEAD. LT. COL. LAWRENCE C. At, Quincy. 111.. Lt. Col. LAWRENCE C. MIL STEAD, husband of Regina Coleman Mil stead. father of Lawrence C. anl William Thomas Milstead. son of the late William T. and Mary McDaniel Milstead. He also is survived by an aunt. Miss Mary Mc Daniel of this city. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 3901 14th st. h.w.. on Thursday. September 4, at 8:30 a m ; thence to Holy Trinity Catholic Church. 36th and O sts. n.w . where the holy sacrifice "Of the mass will be offered at 9 a.m. for the repose of his soul. In terment Arlington National Cemetery. MOORE, HILYARD S. On Monday, Sep tembef 1, 1947. at 13:30 a.m., at his resi dence. 1397 Morris rd. s.e., HILYARD S. MOORE, devoted husband of Zoie Moore, beloved brother of Eli U. Moore, Juanita W. Barnett and Savantha Turner. Other rel atives and friends also survive. Friends may call at the above address after 4 p.m. Wednesday. September 3. Funeral services will be held Thursday, September 4. at 1 p.m.. at Campbell's A. M E. Church. Nich ols ave. and Sumner rd. s.e Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements by Robert G. Mason. 3 MOORE. HILYARD S. A special com munication of Warren Lodge. No. 8, F. A. A. M., will be held; Thursday, September 4, 1947, at: 11:30 a.m., in the Scottish Rite Temple, 1633 11th st. n.w., toj arrange and attend the funeral i of our late brother, HILYARD S. I MOORE. Funeral services will be held at the Campbell A. M. E. Church. Nichols ave. and Sumner rd. s.e.. at 1 p.m. Members will meet at the church. HAMPTON T. GASKINS. W. M. ELVIN R. SHEPPARD. Secretary. NEVITT, MAMIE V. On Monday. Sep tember 1, 1947, at the residence of her daughter,_1747 Allison st. n.e., MAMIE v. mmi it ^ l Robert Lee Nevltt. mother of Mrs. Thel ma Hardy, grandmother of Louanne, Adams and sister of Mrs. John Fitzgerald j of. New Yoik. Friends may call at thej Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass, ave. n.e.. until s::)0 a.m. Thursday. Sep tember 4. Requiem mass will be of fered at Holy Comforter Catholic Church. 14th and East Capitol sts., at 9 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 11 NIEKUM. MARIAN EMMA. On Monday. September 1. 1947, at the Naval Hospita Bethesda, Md.. MARIAN EMMA NIEKUM of 1314 North Harrison st.. Arlington. Va.. beloved wife of Capt. Phil Niekum. Jr.: daughter of William and Emma Cooke cf Arlington and mother of Suzanne Niekum.. Remains resting at the Ives Funeral Home,, 3847 Wilson blvd., Arlington, Va.. until 30, a.m. Thursday, September 4; thence to; Fort Myer Chapel. Fort Myer, Va.. wheroi funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. NOWLAND, THOMAS B. On Monday September 1. 1947. at Alexandria Hos-, pital. THOMAS B. NOWLAND. son of the' late James and Catherine Desmond Nowland. brother of Mrs. W. H. Maginnlt. and James T. Nowland, cousin of Miss Mary Schoeni. Friends may call at the Demains Funeral Home. 520 South Wash ington st.. Alexandria. Va. Mass will be offered at St. Mary’s Catholic Church on Thursday. September 4. at 9:30 a.m. In terment St. Mary's Cemetery, Greece Bans Walkout Set by Civil Servants By th# Associated Press ATHENS. Sept.- 3—The Greek government took strong steps today to prevent a paralyzing civil ser vants’ strike scheduled for tomorrow A decree scheduled for publication in the Official Gazette, thereby making it a law. orders the “mob ilization” of all civil servants, bans walkouts and threatens strikers with dismissal and imprisonment. The strike—if called—would affect all post and telegraph communica tion and would virtually halt the operation of the government. PARRISH. JOHN LOUIS. On Tuesday. September 2, 1947. at his home, near Dranesville. Va., JOHN LOUIS PARRISH, husband cl Theresa a. Parrish and lather of Mrs. Josephine McLain of Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Marian P. Shanks of Spring field. Va.: Miss Elmyra Parrish of Gaith ersburg. Md.. and John P. Parrish of Char lotte. N. C. Remains resting at Pearson s Funeral Home. 472 Washington st.. Falls Church. Va.. where funeral services will be held on Friday. September 5, at 11 a.m. Interment National Memorial Park, near Falls Church, Va. 4 PATTIE, LILLIAN B. On Monday. Sep tember 1, 1947, LILLIAN B. PATTIE. be loved wile of Oscar M. Pattie of Sandy Spring. Md., and mother of Joseph D. and Meredith I. Pattie. Mrs. Pattie rests at the Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home. 8434 Georgia ave., Silver Spring. Md. Services at her late home on Wednesday, September 3. at 3 p.m. Interment Burtons ville Union Cemetery. Burtorrsville, Md. 3 PENDERGAST. FANNIE E. Departed this life on Sunday. August 31. 1947. at her residence. 4102 Grant st. n.e.. FANNIE E. PENDERGAST, beloved wife ol Robert Pendergast. loving daughter of Mrs. Ada Saunders and the late Julian Saunders and sister of Mrs. Annie Rod Inson and Julian Saunders. Other rela tives and many friends also survive. Re gains resting at the John T. Rhlnes Funeral Home. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w.. uitfil Friday. September 5. at 4 p.m.: thence to her late residence. Funeral on Saturday. September «. at 1 p.m, from the Pilgrim Baptist Church. Rev. John S. Miller officiating. Interment Wood iawn Cemetery. 4 QUINLAN. GEORGIANA R. On Mon day, September 1. 1947, at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Bertha M. Robey. 4302 Chesapeake st. n.w.. GEORGIANA R. QUINLAN, heloved wife of the late William Thomas Quinlan. Remains resting at her late residence, where funeral services will be held Wednesday. September 3. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Mount Zion Church Cemc very, eeviievuH* mu. .1 RAPPAPORT. SAMUEL. On Wednesday, September a, 1947. SAMUEL RAPPAPORT, beloved husband of Jennie Rappaport, de voted father of Joseph and Harry Rappa port and Mrs. Anne Gimbel. He also is survived by one sister, Mrs. Ethel Kossman of Philadelphia, Pa., and two grandchil dren. Services at the Goldberg Funeral Home, 4217 9th st. n.w., on Thursday, September 4, at 2 p.m. Interment Ohev Sholom Cemetery In mourning at 1224 Raum st. n.e. Friends invited. 4 RITTER, CHARLES K. On Tuesday, September 2, 1947. at his residence. 3602 A st.. Maryland Park. Md., CHARLES K. RITTER, beloved husband of Grace M. Ritter and father of James J. and Grace Mary Ritter. Services at Chambers' Fu neral Home, 517 11th st. s.e., on Thursday, September 4, at 2:30 p.m. Interment private. 4 SCOTT, JEAN CATHERINE. Departed this life on Sunday, August 31, 1947. JEAN CATHERINE SCOTT, beloved grand daughter of Mrs., Helen Scott, devoted niece of Miss Ethel Scott. Mrs. Marie Mayo and Mrs. Evelyn Williams. She also 11 survived by six uncles, nine great uncles. other relatives and many friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines Funeral Home, 3rd and Eye sts. s.w., where relatives and friends may call on Thursday, September 4. after 4 p.m. Funero1 on Friday. September 5. at 2 p.m.. Rev. Williams officiating. Inter ment Payre’s Cemetery. 4 “SHORT, ROBERT W. Suddenly, on lutsday, September 2, 1947, ROBERT W. SHORT of 4838 7th st. n.w., beloved hus band 0/ Magdalene Greenwell Short. Serv ices at the S H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Friday. September 5. at 2 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Ceme tery. 4 SLAUGHTER, WILBERT. On Monday, September 1, 1947, at Gallingcr Hospital, WILBERT SLAUGHTER, son of William D. and stepson of Amanda Slaughter, husband of Elisabeth Slaughter, brother of Walter, Thomas, Bernard. Piarl, Es telle, Rosa. Gertrude and Cornelia Slaugh ter. and nephew of Herbert, Isaac. Lelia and Ruth Slaughter, and Ada Horgton. A host of other relatives and friends also survive. Remains may. be viewed at 737 Hobart pi. n.w. after 6 p.m. Wednesday, September 3. Funeral services on Thurs day, September 4, at 1 p.m.. at Frazier's Funeral Home. Inc., 389 R. I. ave. n.w. In terment woodlawn Cemetery. 4 SFECK, LILY V. On Monday. Septem ber 1. 1947, LILY V. SPECK, beloved mother of Staff Sergt. Alexander T. Speck. AAF. of Phoenix, Ariz. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th at. and Mass. ave. n.e., where services will M held on Thursday, September 4, at 10 a.m. Interment private. 3 TENBORG. FRANCIS G. On Sunday. August 31. 1947, at the United States Naval Medical Center, Bethesda. Md., FRANCIS G. TENBOBG. Services and inter ment Stanley, N. Dak. Services by Chambers. THOMAS, BERNARD. On Friday, Au gust 29, 1947. BERNARD THOMAS of 933 N st. ilw.. husband of Mrs. Anna Thomas and father of Nathaniel Hawkins. He also leaves other relatives and many friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis 11 a.m. Wednesday, September 3. Fu neral services Thursday, September 4, at 2 p.m., at the above funeral church. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Ar lington National Cemetery. THOMAS, BESSIE BROGDEN. Departed this life suddenly, Sunday, August 31, 1947. at her residence. 1404 S st. n.w.. BESSIE BROGDEN THOMAS, beloved daughter of the late Edward and Mary Jane Brogden She leaves to mourn their loss two devoted daughters, Miss Dorothy Thomas and Miss Hilda Thomas; two sis ters, Mrs. Louise Lee and Mrs. Mary Lee: six brothers, William. Ernest. Joseph, Louis., Lee and Percy Brogden; one aunt, Char lotte Lee; two godchildren, Yvonne Worreli and Beverly Ann Jackson; a devoted friend, Mr. George Nichols, and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains may be viewed at the Hall Bros. Funeral Home. 321 Florida ave. n.w., Wednesday. Sep tember 3, after 6 p.m. Funeral services Thursday, September 4. at 1:30 p.m., at the above funeral home. Rev. Stephen G. Spottswood officiating. Interment Mount Zion Cemetery, Montgomery County, Md. TILLMAN,/WOODROW. On Wednesday. September :v. 1947, WOODROW TILLMAN at 1242 Columbia rd. n.w., beloved husband at Alma Tillman, brother of Carrie B. Rome. Sara Anderson, Joseph James' and Millidge Tillman. He also "leaves other relatives and friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by W. Ernest Jarvis Co. TOGANS, ANNA MILDRED. Departed this life Sunday, August 31. 1947, at Freed men's Hospital, ANNA MILDRED TOGANS. She leaves to mourn their loss two loving daughters, Lois and Elaine Togans; a de voted mother, Lucy Yarborough; two broth ers. three sisters, a stepfather. Douglas Yarborough, and a .host of other relatives and friends Remains resting at Horton s Funeral Home. 1322 You st. n.w. Funeral services Thursday. September 4. at 1 p.m.. at the above funeral home, Rev. James H. Marshall and Rev. Fisher officiating. In terment Harmony Cemetery. TRILLING. JR., HENRY J. Suddenly, on Sunday. August 31, 1947. at Waiter boro, S. C., HENRY J. TRILLING. JR . husband of Gladys Trilling: son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Trilling, sr.; brother of Joseph, Edward and Robert Trilling, Mrs. Elisabeth Wise. Mrs. Mary Harbison, Mrs Edith T. Taylor and Mrs. Margaret Mast. Friends may call at the residence of his father. 1817 47th pi. n.w., after 8 p.m. Monday, September 1. Prayers will be said at the above residence an Thursday. September 4. at 8:30 a.m. Mass will be offered at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church, MacArthur blvd. and Reservoir rd. n.w., at 9 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 3 WACHTBR, HARRY THOMAS. On Tuesday, September 2. 1947, at Gallinger Hospital. HARRY THOMAS WACHTER. beloved father of Mrs. Nathan B. Peven stein and brother of Julia Wellbrock and Rose Schumacher, both of New York City. Funeral services will be held at Hysong's Funeral Home. 1300 N st. n.w., on Thurs day, September 4, at 12 noon. Relatives end friends invited to attend. Interment George Washington Memorial Cemetery. WALKER.%.EONARD (MUSH). Departed this life on Monday, September 1. 1947, at Gallinger Hospital, LEONARD (MUSH) WALKER Hp 1p»vps t.n mourn thpir loss a devoted wife, Mrs. Marie Walker; a son and daughter. Leonard, jr., and Elsie Walker; a mother. Mrs. Elsie Wesley: a stepfather. John Wesley; six brothers and one sister. Also surviving are a host of other relatives and friends. His remains may be seen at 660 Callan st. n.e. alter 4 p.m. Wednesday, September 3. Funeral services will be held at the above residence on Thursday. September 4, at 1 p.m. In terment Payne's Cemetery. Arrangements by John B. Morris of the Better Funeral Home. * WHITBY, EDWARD. On Monday, Sep tember 1. 1047, at Gallinger Hospital. EDWARD WHITBY of 233 Oakdale pi. n.w . husband of Dorothy Whitby, lather of Edgar. Calvin and Leon Whitby; step father of David A. and Adolphus E. Price, uncle of Ruth Fisher. Sylvester. Herbert, Milton and Austin Whitby. A host of other relatives and friends also survive. After 4 p.m. Thursday. September 4. re mains may be viewed at Frasier's Funeral Home, Inc.. 380 R. I. ave. n.w. Furfural services will be held on Friday. September 5. at 1 p.m.. at the Columbia Lodge of Elks. 301 R. I. ave. n.w. Interment Wsod lawn Cemetery. 5 WHITBY. EDWARD. Columbia Lodge. No. 85, I. B. P. O. E. of W.. is hereby notified of the funeral of Brother EDWARD WHITBY, f'om the above lodge home, 301 R. I. ave. n.w., on Friday, September 5. 1047, at 1 p.m. Session of sorrow Thursday, September 4. p.m., at the above home. EMORY B. SMITH. Exalted Ruler. HARRY R. PRATT. Secretary. WILLIAMS. ELLEN. On Wednesday. September 3. 1947. at Garfield Hospital. ELLEN WILLIAMS, wife of Harry Williams, mother of Rebecca Hinton, beloved daugh ter of Mrs. Rebecca Gray, grandmother of Lauren Hinton. She also leaves other relatives and friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangments by W Ernest Jarvis '"‘williams. JOHN. On Tuesday. Sep tember 2. 1947. JOHN WILLIAMS of 415 R st. n.w.. father of Rosa Albett and Susie Monroe, stepfather of Frank Williams. He slso is survived by other relatives and friends. Notice of funeral.later. Arrange ment* by Malvan 4t Scbey. * George Emmerich, 83, Building and Loan Executive, Is Dead George Monroe Emmerich, 83, a prominent building and loan official, died last night at his home, 1921 Kalorama road N.W. He had been in poor health for the last two years. Mr. Emmerich was president of the Home Plate Glass Insurance Co. and a board member of the Liberty Building Association and the American Fire Insurance Co. He began his banking and in surance career at 19 When he Mr. Emmerich, started as a clerk with the American Fire Insurance Co., then known as I the German-American Insurance Co. He became assistant secretary, a position he held for 40 years, and later was secretary. i Treasurer for 54 Years. For 54 years he was treasurer of the Liberty Building Association, formerly known as the Northern Liberty Building Association. He joined the firm shortly after it was organized in 1891. He retired from both firms about three years ago, but he had remained a member of both boards. Mr. Emmerich also was secretary | of the Second National Bank for about 12 years until *he middle of the 1930'*. Before he was made president of | the Homeplate Glass Insurance Co. ifour years ago, Mr. Emmerich had served as vice president. He was on the board approximately 15 years. He was born in Washington and grew up in the Capitol Hill section. His pa/ents were the late George and Mary Ellen Smith Emmerich. Member of Oldest Inhabitants. He was educated at the old Wal lach School which later became Eastern High School, and the old Spencerian Business College here. After his marriage to Mary C. Colley of Washington he moved to the Mount Pleasant area and later to the Washington Heights sector. He had lived at the Kalorama road ad dress for the last 16 years. His wife died about 1931. He was a member of the Associa tion of Oldest Inhabitants. Survivors are his two sons, Ed mund M. Emmerich, of Mount Vic toria, Md., secretary of the Liberty Building AssoQiation; Karl Em merich, of Los Angeles; two daugh ters, Miss Mary B. Emmerich, of the Kalorama road address; Mrs. Irma E. Dawson, New York, and four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at the S. H. Hines fu neral home, 2901 Fourteenth street N.W. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Harris, 75, Widow Of Film Pioneer, Dies By th« As*ocia»»d Pr«*» PITTSBURGH, Sept. 3.—Mrs. Eleanor Harris, 75, widow of John P. Harris, who established the first motion picture theater in the world, died yesterday. Her husband, a Pennsylvania State senator, was the founder of the wide spread Harris interests which con trol theaters throughout the Eastern United states. The Harris Amuse ment Co. is now run by a son, John P. Harris, jr. She is survived by three daughters and two sons. in itemortant BAILEY. BERT T. In loving memory ol our husband and stepfather. BERT T. BAILEY, who departed this life twenty three yeafs ago. September 3, 1834. Some may think we have forgotten. But lonesome our hearts stay; To have, to love and then to part Is the greatest sorrow of one's heart .OVING WIFE. VINA N BAILEY. AND STEPDAUGHTER, DMITRY REYNOLDS. BATTLE. CARRIE K. A tribute of love and devotion to the memory of our dear sister and aunt, CARRIE K. BATTLE, who departed this life five years ago today, September 3, 1943. As we loved you. so we miss you. - In our memory you are always near: Loved, remembered, longed for always. Bringing many a silent tear._ YOUR DEVOTED SISTER AND NIECE, KATIE AND MILDRED K. BELL. • GREEN, LT. THOMAS H. AND MARY M. In sad but loving remembrance of my dear father and mother. Lt. THOMAS H. GREEN, who passed away nine years ago today. September 3. 1938, and MARY M. GREEN, who passed away four years ago. September «. 1943. Anniversary mass at St. Joseph's Church. Gone, but not forgotteh. DAUGHTER AND SON-IN-LAW. GREEN, LT. THOMAS H. In sad and loving remembrance of my dear brother. Lt. THOMAS H. GREEN, who passed away nine years ago today. September 3, 1938. HIS SISTER, MARGARET E. COUNSEL MAN. HARDY, VIVIAN POINDEXTER. In lov ing memory of our dear daughter and mother. VIVIAN POINDEXTER HARDY, who departed this life one year ago today, September 3, 1940. 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 heartaches nothing can heal; Some have forgotten, now that you are gone. But we shall remember, no matter how long. DEVOTED MOTHER AND SON. ROSETTA G. POINDEXTER AND THOMAS W. HARDY, Jr. QUIGLEY. MARY E. In sad but lovinf memory of our beloved mother, MARY E. QUIGLEY, who left us two years ago to day. September 3. 1945. Peaceful be thy rest, dear mother. It is sweet to breathe thy name; In life we loved you dearly. In death we do the same. You are gone, but not forgotten. Never shall your memory fade; Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger Around the grave where you are laid. WU1UJ-|£|X r A1VUUI, QUIGLEY. MARY E. In sad but loving remembrance of our beloved mother Ana grandmother. MARY E. QUIGLEY, who left us two years ago today, September 3. 1945. You are not forgotten, mother, dear, Nor ever shall you be. As long as life and memory last I shall remember thee. BESS. Often to the grave I wander, Flowers to lay with gentle care Over the one I loved so dearly. Who is peacefully sleeping there. JACK. * SILVER. HELEN. In sad and .loving remembrance of our dear daughter ar.d sister. HELEN SILVER, who passed away ten years ago today. September 3, 1937. There are griefs that cannot find comfort And wounds that cannot be healed; There are sorrows so deep in the human heart . , . That never can be healed. And may our grief be lessened By the knowledge God will bless The one we loved so dearly With eternal happiness. What happy hours we once enjoyed , When we were all together. But. oh, how changed it all is now Since you have gone forever. HER DEVOTED MOTHER AND FATHER AND BROTHERS AND SISTERS. * SPARROW. HELEN CAROLE. In fond remembrance of our darling daughter. HELEN CAROLE SPARROW, who departed this life two years ago. September 3. 1946. The stars seem dltn As we whisper low. Our own little darling. We miss you so. In life we loved you dearly. In death we do the same. _ DEVOTEDLY. MOMMIE. DADDY AND FAMILY. STEINLE. In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away four years ago. September 2. 1943. MARIE STOCKTON. JOHN W. In sad but lov ing memory of our dear and devoted hus band and father, JOHN W. STOCKTON, who departed this life six years ago today, September 3. 1941. Just a loving thought. Just a silent tear: Just a beautiful memory Of one we loved so dear LOVING WIFE AND CHILDREN. • Rites Planned Today For Edward Holmes, Building Loan Head Funeral services for Edward Holmes, 65, president of the Pro gressive Building & Loan Associa tion, were to be held at 2:30 p.m. today in the Warner E. Pum p h r e y funeral home, 8434 Georgia avenue, Silver Spring,. Md. Burial serv ices were to be puvaiic, Mr. Holmes died Monday in his home, 205 Buffalo avenue, Takoma Park, Md., after a two-week illness. He bad been affiliated With Mr. Holmes. the loan association since it was started 15 years ago. He was elected president in June, 1946, after he had served as secretary-treasurer for more than 13 years. During that time the association’s assets grew from $4,000 to $1,031,000. Mr. Holmes was born in Washing ton and was graduated from Central High School and Cornell University. He was a civil engineer in Toledo, Ohio, until he entered the real estate business in St. Louis in 1925. He re turned to Washington in 1932. His parents were the late Dr. Charles and Mrs. Alice Smart Holmes of Washington. Mr. Holmes was past president of the Cornell Alumni Associations of ¥v aoiuug ov/j,l uiiu kjt, a-ivsi**o umivt yiiv. Rotary Club in St. Louis. He was interested In choir work throughout his career and had directed an Ohio choir and the Cornell University choir. At the time of his death, he was a member of the Trinity Episco pal Church choir, in Takoma Park, D. C., and formerly was in the Rock Creek Episcopal Church choir. He was a member of Psi Epsilon Fra ternity, - the Mummy Club and Sphinx Head Club here. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Edith W. Holmes; a daughter, Mrs. Jane H. Hayes, both of the Buffalo avenue address; a son. Dr. Charles W. Holmes, Coral Gables, Fla., and two* grandchildren. Miss Elizabeth Hall, Former Teacher, Dies Funeral services for Miss Eliza beth Hall, former Spanish teacher in private schools here for 22 years, were held last week in Wallingford, Conn., according to word received here today. Miss Hall died last Thursday in West Haven, Conn. She had been living there since she left Washington about five years ago. Miss Hall was bom in Tilden, Ala., the daughter of the late Alex- | ander Kirtland and Mary Johnson Hall. She was educated in Puerto Rico and Spain. A niece, Mrs. Donald Woodin, Schenectady, N. Y., is her closest survivor. * * Services Scheduled Today For Kenneth R. Peirce Funeral services for Kenneth R. Peirce, 56, General Accounting Office employe, were to be held at 2 pm. today at the Huntemann fuperal home, 5732 Geor gia avenue N.W. Burial was to be in Rock Creek Cemetery. Mr. Peirce died Sun day at the Ho meopathic Hos pital after a brief illness. He lived at 806 Ken nedy street N.W. Mr. Peirce was w born in White W' i Jk River Junction, Vt„ and came to Washington When he was 5 Peirce. years ol^. He" attended public schools here and Southeastern University. In August, 1907, he began a 40 year career in the Government. He was first with the Weather Bureau and from 1911 to 1917 he was with the Agriculture Department as a clerk. For the next four years he was an auditor for the Navy and Treasury Departments. Since that time he had been an auditor, junior audit supervisor, assistant chief of section and reviewer with the GAO. He was a member of the Mount Rainier Christian Church, Lafayette Masonic Lodge, No. 19; Ruth Chap ter, No. 1, OES; the Ionic Club, the Sojourner's Club and the Brightwood Citizens’ Association. Survivors are his mother, Mrs". Mabel R. Peirce, 1305 Tenth street N.W.; *his widow, Mrs. Edith R. Peirce; a daughter. Miss Edith G. Peirce, and a son. Kenneth A. Peirce, all of the Kennedy street address. Mrs. E. U. Dauenhauer Dies Here After Long Illness Mrs. Pearl Mildred Dauenhauer, 40, of 8201 Schrider street, Silver Spring, died yesterday at Doctors Hospital after a long illness. A native of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Dauenhauer came to Silver Spring nine years ago. She was a member of the Church of the Ascension, Silver Spring, and sang in its choir. Besides her husband, Ellsworth U. Dauenhauer, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Joan P. McDonald, Washington, and two sons, Robert and EHsworth, both of Silver Spring. Her mother, Mrs. Pearl A. Gardner, of Pittsburgh, also survives. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Church of Ascension, Sligo and Carroll avenue, Silver Spring. Burial .will be in Rock Creek Cemetery. Ex-UNRRA Aide Dies in Fall COLUMBUS, Ohio, Sept. 3'(A*).— Thomas Bower of Columbus, former UNRRA representative in China, leaped to his death early today from the eighth floor of the down town Fort Hayes Hotel, police said. Officers reported Mr. Bower regis tered at the hotel last Sunday and that they learned he resigned his UNRRA job because.of ill health. Robert A. Sindall Dies; Ex-Maryland Official By the Associated Press BALTIMORE, Sept. 3—Robert Allison Sindall, 65. former chair man of the State Athletic Commis sion and of the Baltimore Liquor License Board, died early today at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He had suffered a stroke July 4 at his UUUIVi Mr. Sindall first was appointed head of the Athletic Commission in 1931. Two years later he was appointed head of the Liquor License Commission by the late Gov. Albert C. Ritchie. In 1941, Gov. Herbert R. O’Conor again made him chairman of the Athletic Commission and in 1943 he was named chairman of the liquor license agency, which he served until May of this year. Mr. Sindall was born in Balti more June 9, 1882. At the time of his death he was president of A. K. Robins & Co., manufacturers of canning machinery. The firm was founded by his grandfather, Sam uel Sindall, m 1855. He formerly served as president of the Cafift... - Machinery & Sup plies’ Association Tn America. Mr. Sindall also was a inent Maryland Mason. Charles K. Ritter Dies; Jewelry Repair Shop Owner Charles Krey Ritter, 62, jewelry repairman here for 40 years, died yesterday at his home, 6502 A street. Maryland Park, after a long illness. Mr. Ritter had owned and oper ated his own repair shop in the Bank^ of Commerce & Savings Building, Seventh and E streets N.W., from April, 1927, until he re tired in October, 1945. He had worked with the old Ira H. Johanas Co. as a jewelry repairman for 22 years before he opened his own shop. Bom and educated in Washing ton, he was a resident of the Dis trict for 58 years before he moved to Maryland Park four years ago. His Washington address was 459 I street S.W. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Grace M. Ritter, a son, James J. 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He was an active member of the American Legion and Taxi Post, No. 51, in Washingtoh. - .. Besides bi« __ n*r. Gentile is surVtaeff of two sisters, Mrs. Carmel Costanza and Mrs. Josephine Cos tanza, both of Endicott, N. Y. M f f II ^ markers*^ ■ I FALVEV ■ kORANITE CO. UK. ■f m AhUiWNIkn mu iLmroo upsnur sr.Hw. PLANNED Our work is planned to relieve the family of all possible worries and burdens ... to provide for as much comfort and conven ience as it is possible to give... within the means of the family. That is why we emphasize . . . any family can afford Ryan service. 1 VETERANS’ FAMILIES Call this firm without for feiting any veterans’ funeral allowance to which you are entitled. James T. Ryan Funeral Director 317 Pa. Ave. S.E. AT. 1700 • ' ' 4 # * \ . t % -r .:v '4:‘ : ‘$01$%! He's expanding * t ^ -pbf •>. «. . -5v.. America's vocal cords! Ours is a big nation. _ And we are a talkative people. S' More and more pathways are now needed to carry the millions of telephone ' messages of friendship and business. So throughout this area and all across the , * country, up on the poles and down in manholes under city streets, cable splicers are busy. With skilled fingers they’re joining • ' the wires that will carry your voice wherever you may need to call—today, * % tomorrow or in years to come. I ' The Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone * ENOUGH WIRE TO CIRCLE THE EARTH m MORE THAN THREE TIMES ' In 1946, this Company installed 83,962 mflea of wire in cable. This year we are adding even more! These added circuits and more to come will mean faster and better service for you on ( local and Long Distance calls.