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8CH1LKE. CAROLINE T. The family ol the late CAROLINE T. SCHILKE wishes to express its thanks and deep apprecia tion to relatives, friends and neighbors foi the beautiful floral tributes, cards and kind expressions of sympathy shown dur ing its recent bereavement. THE FAMILY. 9eati|0 ANDERSON, ROSA C. On Monday, May ", 1948, at her residence. 412 1st st. s.e. R08A C. ANDERSON, beloved mother of Eric E. Anderson: sister of Oscar H Koehler of Estherville. Iowa. Services at Chambers’ Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e., on Wednesday. May 5, at 11:30 a m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 4 BARCLAY, PFC. EDWARD R.. U S r M. C. R On June 1. 1945, on Guam, PFC. EDWARD R. BAR CLAY. U S M C. R . beloved son I of Thomas Barclay of 28 E. Wal nut st., Alexandria. Va.. brother 1 1 of Mrs. Mary F. Styers, John W. and Thomas D Barclay. Remains resting at Cunningham's Funeral Home. Alexandria. Va.. where funeral services will be held Wednesday. May 5. at 11 a m., thence to Ivy Hill Cemetery. Friends and relatives invited. 3* BEACOM. EMMA ELIZABETH. On Sunday. May 2. 1948. EMMA ELIZABETH BEACOM. beloved wife of Harry C. Bea com: mother of Harold and Donald Bea com. Mrs. Charles J. Brandt. Mrs. Chester I. Keeler. Philip J. Beacom, Mrs. George L. Williams and Edward J. Beacom Prayers at Chambers' Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w,. on Wednesday, May 5. Time to be announced later. BROWN. FLOSSIE JANE <FLORENCE). On Friday. April 30. 1948, FLOSSIE JANE ‘FLORENCE* BROWN of 1055 Ho bart st. n.w , beloved wife of A. Stanley Brown and mother of Richard Winfield and Austin Stanley Brown. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th at. n.w., on Monday. May 3. at 3 p.na. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 3 BURROFF, MIRIAM L. <nee Plummer). On Friday. April 3<» 194*. at Lafayette, Ind., MIRIAM L. BURROFF <nee Plum mer), beloved wife of Eddie Lee Burroff Friends are invited to call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. anG Mass. ave. n.c . where services will be held on Tuesday, May 4. at 11 a.m. Interment Fort Lin coln Cemetery. 3 CAIN. CAROLINE MAGDALEN. On Saturday. May J. 194*. at her home. 4312 Lynnbrook dr.. Bethcsda. Md . CAROLINE MAGDALEN CAIN, beloved wife of Law rence P. Cain, and mother of Lawrence J. Cain and Marie Anne Sagona Services at the Harold L. O’Neil Funeral Home. Dorchester, Mass., on Wednesday, May 5. 1948. 4 CARTER, MRS. ELEANOR. Departed this life Sunday, May 2, 1948. after a long illness at Gallinger Hospital. Mrs. ELEANOR CARTER of 1519 6th st. n.w. She is survived by a devoted granddaugh ter. Mrs. Gwendolyn Goodwin; one brother, two sisters and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the Hall Bros.’ Funeral Home. 621 Florida ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. CARTER. EDWARD L. On Sunday. May 2. 1948. at his residence. 426 Ken yon st.. n.w.. EDWARD L CARTER, be loved husband of Cynthia E Carter Also surviving are two nephews, William and Bernle Smith of Detroit, Mich.: other relatives and many friends. Notice of fu neral later. Arrangements by McGuire. 4 CUMENTS, SERuT. WILLIAM II. in Normandy. France. in June. 1944. SERGT WILLIAM H CLEMENTS, paratrooper, beloved son of Agnes V. and the late Frank B Clements and brother of Joseph Clements, Mrs. Agnes Romjue and Sister Rose Virginia and the late Frank B. Clements, jr. Re mains will be resting at the Timothy Han lon Funeral Home. 641 H st. n.e., after 6 pm. Monday. May 3. Funeral from the above funeral home on Wednesday. May 6. J948, at 8:30 a.m. High requiem mass at Holy Name Church at 9 a.m. In terment Arlington National Cemetery. Rel atives and friends invited. 4 CLEXTON, ZITA. On Friday. April 30, 1948. at the United States Naval Hospital, Bethesda. Md., ZITA CLEXTON (nee Lang horne > of 4225 Lorcom lane. Arlington. Va., beloved wife of Capt. Edward W. Clexton. U. S N., and mother of Nancy. Zita. Julia. Mary. Edward and Catherine Clexton. all of Arlington. Va. One brother, John D. Langhorne of Santa Barbara. Calif., also survives. Funeral from the W. E. Fitzgerald Funeral Home. Arlington, Va., on Tuesday. May 4. at 9 a.m., followed by requiem mass at St. Agnes’ Church at 9:30 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery at 10:30 a.m. 3 COLBERT, COMDR. WILLARD. U. S. N. R. On Thursday. April 29, 1948, at Norfolk Naval Base, COME/R TJK9 WILLARD COLBERT. U S N R., I^83 the beloved husband of Katherine If * E. Colbert. father of Larry * Charles 8nd Barbara Ann Col bert. Services at his late residence. 2216 Cheverly ave . Cheverly. Md.. on Tuesday. May 4. at 1:30 p.m Full military honors and interment Arlington National Ceme tery. Services by Chambers. 3 COLBERT. WILLARD. A special com ^ munication of Sojourners Lodge Mk No. 51. F A & A M . is called for f/\1 Tuesday,, May 4. at noon, in the Muonic Temple. 13th st. and N. Y eve. n.w . to conduct Masonic services at the funeral of our late ^ brother. WILLARD COLBERT. EARLE L. KFF.LER. Mnster. EDWIN S. BETTELHEIM. Secretary. 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS. v.l. speare CO. Neither successor to nor connected with the original W. R. Speare establishment. 1009 h st. N.w. N.tlopnh.r2S32 J. William Lee’s Sons Co. 4th and Mass Ave. N.E. LL 6200 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium FRANK GEIER'S SON CO. FUNERAL HOME 3605 14th St. N.W. HObart 2326 NEW ENLARGED PARLORS Formerly at 1113 7th St N.W Established t*5i In Case of Death Call Of 'mbet*! One of the Largest Undertaker* In the World Complete Funerals $95 to $2,000 Four hartt Funeral HomeI Phone CO. 0432 FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. C. SHAFFER, Inc. 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Call Fjf r Dratfjfi COMER, MINNIE F. At her resident at 3223 Cathedral ave. n.w.. MINNIE F COMER, wife of Quinton L. Comer: mothei of Mrs. Hilda C Savm; sister of Ernesi Bettis of Nokesville. Va.: Thomas Bettis o: Baltimore. Md . and Mrs. Ada Maupin grandmother of Robert W., Jr., and Williarr Randolph Saum. Services at the S. H Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st n.w., on Tuesday. May 4. at 2 p.m. In terment Rock Creek Cemetery. COOKE. REV. THEODORE A. Departec this life, Tuesday. April 27. 1948. at 9:4! p.m.. at Emergency Hospital, REV. THEO DORE A. COOKE. 1837 5th st n.w. Hi leaves to mourn their loss, his devotee wife. Elizabeth Cooke: two daughters, Mrs J E Boldin and Mrs. Margaret Felder i two nieces, Mrs. Sadie Lee and Miss Doris Shelton: a nephew. Ronald Shelton: twe brothers. Louis, jr. and Arthur Cooke, anc many other relatives and friends. The remains may be viewed Monday, May 3 after 5 p m . at the George W. Lewis. & Co. Funeral Home. 1225 11th st. n.w Funeral Tuesday. May 4. at 1 p.m . from *he Tenth Street Baptist Church, loth anc R sts. n.w.. Rev. Walter A Gray officiat ing. 3 CHRIST. FRED W., Sr. On Sunday, May-.- 1948. at Casualty Hospital. FRED W. CHRIST. Sr., of 6091 Brooks rd. s.e , 'beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Christ, father of Fred W.. jr.. and Carl Christ. Friends may call at the Lee Fu ! neral Home, 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e. ! Requiem mass at St. Joseph’s Catholic : Church. 2nd and C sts. n.e.. on Tuesday. May 4. at 9 a.m. Interment Cedar Hill , Cemetery. DICKERSON. SADIE. On Saturday. May 1. 1948. SADIE DICKERSON of 2267 ' .*th st. n.w., loving mother of Elizabeth Barnes and Henry Dickerson: sister of Thomas, Charles. William and Ernest Payne: grandmother of Mary L. Holmes and Henrietta Thomas. Many other rela 1 tives and friends also survive. After 4 i p.m.. Wednesday. May o. friends may call j at Frazier’s Funeral Home. Inc., 389 R I. ave. n.w., where funeral services will be held on Thursday. May 6. at 1 p.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. 6 ! DIGULIMIO. JOSEPH. On Sunday. May 2, 1948, at Casualty Hospital, JOSEPH 1 DIGULIMIO. beloved husband of Mrs Marie Digulimio and father of Joseph Digulimio. jr.: Robert and Vilma Diguli mio. brother of Mike and Julia Digulimio. Funeral services will be held at Hvsong’s Funeral Home. 1300 N st. n.w . on Wednes day. May 5. at 10:45 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Interment Ar lington National Cemetery. 4 DOUGLAS. HORTENSE BROWN. * De parted this life suddenly at Gallinger Hos pital Saturday. May 1. 1948. HORTENSE BROWN DOUGLAS, beloved wife of Thad dcus Douglas. She leaves to mourn their loss a husband, daughter. Evelyn D Gil Hiam: three brothers. Joseph L. Clark. William A Browu. Arrington T. Brown: a sister. La-Verne Clark; aunt. Mamie Brown; uncle. Charles Henry Brown, and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral from Holy Redeemer Church. N. Y. and N. J. aves N.W., Wednesday. May 5, where mass will be celebrated at 9 a.m. j for the repose of her soul. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Arrangements by ' St. Joseph's Funeral Home 4* EDWARDS. SUSIE GREEN. On Fri day. April 30. 1348, at her residence, 03*1 I'.'th st. n.e.. SUSIE GREEN EDWARDS wile of Charles Edwards, mother of Mar 8 a ret Turner and Audrey Wills. She j also leaves three nieces, one nephew and a host of other relatives and friends Services at Stewart's Funeral Home. 3f H st. n.e.. on Tuesday. April 4. at 1 p.m. Interment Payne s Cemetery 3 EGBERT. WILLIAM J. On Saturday. May 1. 1948. at his residence. 7529 Alaska ave. n.w.. WILLIAM J. EGBERT, husband of the late Rica B. EgbeTt; father ol Freda Dorothy* Egbert. Services at the S. H. Hines Co Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Wednesday, May 5, at 4 pm. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 4 FOCHT. AUTHVR L. On Saturday. rMay 1. 1948. at Alexandria Hos s** £lta] ln Alexandria. Va.. AU £2 THUR L FOCHT. the beloved gg husband of Monnie L. Focht, father of Theodore J. Focht. brother of Theodore M. Focht and nephew of William Gable. I Services at Chambers' Funeral Home. 517 ' 11th st. s.e. on Tuesday. May 4. at 10 ,a m. Interment Arlington National Cem etery. FRANKEL, GEORGE W\ On Saturday. Mav i. ii*4S. at Providence Hospital, GEORGE W. FRANKEL of 28 Bryant st. n.e . the beloved husband of Amanda Frankel and brother of Emma Donnelly and Edward D. Frankel. Services at Chambers' Funeral Home, 517 11th st s.e.. on Tuesday. May 4. at 11:30 a m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. GARNETT. MINNIE R. On Friday. Apr30, 1948. at her residence. 1906 *>th st. n.w., MINNIE R. GARNETT, de voted wife of the late Charles Garnett and loving sister of Mrs. Nannie Tins le-y of Lynchburg. Va ; Mrs. Daisy Carter of 1906 6th st. n.w., Washington. D C.: Robert Rose of 1775 P st. n.w.. and Stewart Rose of Arlington, Va. Other relatives and friends also survive. After 4 pm. Monday. May 3. friends may call at Fraziers Funeral Home. Inc.. 389 R. i ave n.w.. where funeral services will be held on Tuesday. May 4, at 1 p.m . t <ev' R Catlett officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 3 A* °n Sunday, May National Homeopathic Hos pital. JULIA A. GILBERT, daughter of the late Henry P. and Jennie A. Gilbert and sister of the late Fannie M. Gilbert. Serv ices at the Birch Funeral Home. 3034 M st. n.w.. on Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. GOLDENBERG, SAMSON. On Sunday. May d, 1048. SAMSON GOLDENBERG. beloved uncle of Goldie Kirstein of Chi cago. He also is survived by a number of nephews ln Austria and England. Serv ices at the Goldberg Funeral Home. 4217 9th st. n.w., Tuesday. May 4, at 2 p.m Interment Agudath Achim Cemetery. 4 i, GREEN, ISAIH. On Friday. April 30, 1J48, ISIAH GREEN of 122 Florida ave. n.w beloved husband of Lena T. Green. He leaves one stepdaughter, two stepsons, six cousins, one sister-in-law. other rela tives and friends. On Monday. May 3. alter 4 p.m.. friends may call at the Eu gene Ford Funeral Chapel. 1213 4th st s w. F’uneral services will be held Tues day. May 4. at 7 p.m.. at Mount Moriah Baptist Church. 3td and L sts. s.w.. Rev. J. H. Randolph officiating Relatives and friends invited. Interment Lincoln Me morial Cemetery Wednesday. May 5. Mrs Green may be seen at 1118 4th st. n.e. 3 flDITV mi - • AutriuciiHiujiiB tional Ushers Union of the District of Columbia an nounces the passing of ISIAH GREEN. Funeral on Tuesday May 4. 1948, at. 7 p.m., from fop Mourt Moriah Baptist Plea^ette$UrCh' yrd 8nd L StS' »■*' President. HENRY ETTA DAVENPORT. Secy. HALL, WILLIAM HENSON. On Sunday, Mss' 2V,4;'t4?: at N»v?l Hospital. Bethesda. Md., WILLIAM HENSON HALL, beloved husband of Rachel Hall; devoted father of Dorothy. William. Marlon. Frank and Robert Hall; brother of Arthur Hall and Grace Montague. He also leaves other relatives and friends. Notice of funeral later Arrangements by W. Ernest Jar vis Co. HOFFMAN, JOSEPH S. On Sunday. May 2. 1948. at his residence. 141 33rd st. n.e.. JOSEPH S. HOFFMAN, beloved husband of Sarah Hoffman; father of Mrs Verna Ward of Bridgeton. N. J.; Mrs Mary Zwolak of Wilmington. Del . and Mrs. Dorothy F Lentini of Washington, u. c.: brother of Howard HofTman. Friends may call at the Leed's Funeral Home. 4th anu Mass. ave. n.e., where services will be held on Wednesday. May 5, at 2 p m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 4 HOGELAND. C LARENCE WILLIAM. On Friday April :m. 1948, at Mount Alto Hospital. CLARENCE WILLIAM HOGE LAND of 2220 20th st. n.w.. father of Elaine V. and William J. Hogeland. Re mains resting at the S. H. Hines Co Fu neral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Services at Fort Myer Chapel on Tuesday. May 4. at 10 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. JENKINS. MINERVA PIRMAN. On Mon day, May ;s, 194s. at her residence. 114 Cedar ave.. Takoma Park. Md.. MINERVA PLRMAN JENKINS, beloved wife of the late Ben B. Jenkins. Notice of services later. Arrangements by Takoma Funeral Home. JOHNS. VASSAft. On Saturday. Mav 1 V*AS?AR JOHNS. husband of Viola father of Mary Elizabeth Berkley and Marie Johns, brother of Percell H E Rrfkl VV/ V«J(12ns After 4 p m • Mon frie,nds may call at Frazier s Funeral Home. Inc., 389 R. I ave n w fS«JUm?ral 4ser,:lcf? will be held on Tuesday. May 4. at 11 a m. R#v. R. l. Hollins officiating. Intermeni Woodlawn cemetery. ,, KIMMELL. HARRY O. On Sunday. May J. 1948. HARRY O KIMMELL. aged <<» years, of 200 10th st s.e.. father of Frame P and Charles E. Kimmell of Washington. D. C. and Rev. Elmer L. Kimmell of Bourne. Mass. Services at i i^uS » Hines Co Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w . on Wednesday, May 5. at - p m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 4 KIMMELL. HARRY O. A special com A mumcation of St. John’s Lodge. No. 11. F A. A M.. will be held at the Masonic Temple. 13th st. and N Y. ave. n.w.. on Wed nesday. May 5. 1948, at 1 p.m . for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother HARRY O KIMMELL. WALTER L CHISM. Master. Attest, JOHN J. BARNES. Jr.. Secty. 4 KINSMAN, DR. DF.LOS O. On Sunday, rll’is,2,^.twSub,lrban Hospital. DR. DELOS O. KINSMAN, husband of Anna B Kinsman and father of Mrs. Georgia Kins man Loverud and Allen. Friends may call at Gawler’s Chapel. 1750 Penn sylvama ave. n.w. Services will be held a , the Sanctuary. Cedar Hill Cemetery on Tuesday. May 4, at 3 D.m. Skrvices and interment private. 1 ,FRFD 'J- °n Saturday. May 1 >*•**. at his residence. 713 Longfellow st. n.w .FRED W KNEESSI. beloved hus band of Mary A. Kneessi. father of William D Kneessi. Mrs Margaret Washington. Mrs John McKay. Fred K . Charles H . Oeorge J and John A. Kneessi; brother of Mrs. WUhelmma Gassman. Services »t the S^ H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w . on Tuesday. May 4 at 1 p.m Interment Rock Creek Ceme tery Friends invited. KNEESSI. FREDERICK W A special communication of St. Johns Loge No. 11. F A. A M . will be held at the Masonic Temple, loth st. and New York ave. n w . on Tuesday, May 4 1948. at 12 o clock noon for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother. FREDERICK W KNEESSI ... . WALTER L. CHISM. Master. Attest: JOHN J. BARNES. Jr.. Sec y. KNEESSI, FRED W’. Members of the Association of the Oldest In habitants are hereby notified that FRED W. KNEESSI. died on May 1. 1948. Services at »«,S',LH,ns Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. May 2. at 1 D.m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. JOHN CLAGETT PROCTOR, Pres ORRIN J. DAZY, Secty. Seatfi* KNEESSI. FEED W. Washington Lodg, No. 10. BPO Elks will convent In session of sorrow at 7 p.m. Monday. May 3. 1948, to pal tribute to the memory of ou: late brother, FRED W KNEESSI, enrolled July 2 1919; died. May 1, 1948. Elk: services at Hines Funera Home, 2901 14th st. n.w., at 7:30 p.m By order of | GUY A. CAPONNETTO. Exalted Ruler. Attest, L. M. YOUNG. Secretary. KNEESSI, FRED W„ Sr. On Saturday, /,»•*» May 1, 1948, at his residence, — V 713 Longfellow st. n.w. All \ members of Washington Aerie 1*25 of the Fraternal Order JK. of Eagles are requested to meet at the S. H. Hines Funeral Home, •2901 14th st n.w. on Monday. May 3, 1948. at 8:30 p.m. for the purpose of conducting Eagle Services oor de parted brother. FRED W. KNEESSI. CHRISTIAN SCHEIBLE. Worthy Pres. EDWARD F. FULK, Secty. LEE, GEORGE W. On Sunday. May ‘2. 1948, at his residence. 4624 31st st.. No. Woodridge. Md., GEORGE W. LEE. beloved husband of the late Marie V. Lee (nee Voegelie) and father of Mrs. Carl H. Portch. Friends may call at William J. Nalley's Funeral Home. 3200 Rhode Island ave at Eastern ave. n.e., where services j will be held on Wednesday, May 5, at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. ! Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 4 | LITTLE, JOHN FRANK, Sr. On Mon day. May 3, 1948. at his residence. 1510 I Varnum st. n.w., JOHN FRANK LITTLE, I Sr., husband of Mamie B. Little; father of Mrs. Jasper M. Bell, Washington, D. C.; I Maj. J. Frank Little, jr., U. S. A. R., Nor folk. Va.; brother of Mrs. R. P. McEvoy, | Tampa, Fla. Services at the S. Hines Co. 'Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on j Wednesday, May 5, at 11 a.m. Interment ; Rock Creek Cemetery. 4 LONDEREE, NANCY ELLEN. On Sun day. May 2, 1948. at her residence, 2109 18th st. n.w.. NANCY ELLEN LONDEREE. the beloved wife of the late Chesley N. Londeree and mother of Mrs. E. T. Moore field. Danville, Va.; W. T. Londeree. Jack sonville, Fla.. Mrs T. E. Meeks. Coving ton, Va.; Mrs. Lillian Ragland. Washing ton. D. C., and Mrs. J. G. Stevens. An napolis, Md. Remains resting at Cham bers’ Funeral Home, 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. until noon Monday, May 3. Services and interment Danville, Va. MARTIN, DORIS M. On Saturday. May 1, 1948. at her residence. ‘206 3rd st. s.e., .DORIS M. MARTIN, the .beloved mother I of James Robert Martin and daughter of | William R. Mansfield and sister oT Mil ! dred M. Austin. Services at Chambers’ I Southeast Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e., on Tuesday. May 4, at 2:30 p.m. Inter ment Washington National Cemetery. MASI, MABEL STANSELL. On Monday May 3. 1948, at Doctors Hospital, MABEL STANSELL MASI of 5425 Conn. ave. n.w., beloved wife of Frank E. Masi and sister of Mrs. Stephen K. Coster. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Wednesday, May 5. at 8:30 a.m.; thence to St. Paul's Catholic Church. 15th and V sts. n.w., where the •holy sacrifice of the mass will be offered at 9 a.m. for the repose of her soul. Inter ment Rock Creek Cemetery. 4 MtLLL>. IHAKLto f KMItnll h, &UG ! denly. on Friday, April 30. 1948, ! CHARLES FREDERICK MULLEN of 133 i Rhode Island ave. n.e., beloved husband of Ida Mullen and father of Hector C., Rob ! ert and De Witt Mullen. Funeral services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 12001 14th st. n.w., on Tuesday. May 4. .at 0:30 a.m.; thence to St. Agnes’ Episco pal Church. 46 Que st. n.w., at lo a.m. j Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 3 NEVITT. MARY HINE. On Sunday, May 2, 1048, at George Washington Hos pital. MARY HINE NEVITT. beloved wife of Dr. J. Ramsay Nevitt; mother ol Leman H. and Miss Ramsay Nevitt. Serv ices will be held at the Lee Funeral Home, 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e., on Tuesday. May 4. at 2 p.m. Interment private in Congressional Cemetery. 1 O’BANNON, EDWIN FRAZIER. On Sat urday. May 1, 1048. EDWIN FRAZIER O'BANNON. son of the late Henry Clay and Elizabeth O’Bannon. Services at 1L a m. EDT Tuesday. May 4, at 3206 18th st. n.w. He is survived by three sisters and one brother. Mrs. George A. Cralle, Mrs. E. F. Kennedy, Miss Nannie Lee and i Walter O’Bannon. (Virginia papers j please copy.) I O’DONNELL. ELLEN M. On Sunday, May 2, 1048, ELLEN M. O’DONNELL 'nee ! Leahy), beloved wife of the late Hugh O'Donnell; mother of Catherine M. O'Don I nell and Mrs Ellen C. Jones. Funeral from 4912 7th st n.w.. on Wednesday. May 5. at 8:45 a.m. Requiem mass at St. Gabriel’s Church at 0:15 a.m. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment | Mount Olivet Cemetery. 4 PARSON. JAMES CLAYTON. On Sun day. May 2. 1048. JAMES CLAYTON PAR j SON of 126 H st. s.w., the devoted hus band of Mrs. Winnie A. Parson and loving j father of Mrs. Bessie Whittfleld of Balti more. Md.; Gertrude, Will C. and Clyde ! E. Parson. He also Is survived by two I grandchildren, James A. Richmond and Mrs Reginia Ward; twelve great-grand children. two daughters-in-law, Ethel and Doretha Parson: two*sons-in-la\v and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the Morris A. Carter & Co. Funeral 1 Home, 2nd and F sts. s.w. Notice of j services later. POSEY, MELL. On Saturday. May 1. '1048, MELL POSEY, beloved mother of j Mrs. Mary Brooks and Frank Posey ; sister | of Mrs. Leanna Mackey; niece of Robert and Florence Posey. She also is survived i by other relatives and friends. Remains I resting at Barnes & Matthews' Funeral Home, 614 4th st. s.w. Notice of funeral I later. POWDERMAKER. MARC HOWARD. On Sunday. May 2. 1048, MARC HOWARD i POWDERMAKER. infant son of Shirley and Alvin Powdermaker. P*uneral serv ices and interment private. Bernard Danzansky & Son service. 4 REEVES. GEORGE DIGGES. On Sun day. May 2, 1048, at his residence. 400 12th st. n.e., GEORGE DIGGES REEVES, beloved son of Ellen Haslam Reeves: brother of Edward W and twin brother of Jack D. Reeves. Friends may call at the above residence until 11 a.m. Wednesday. Mav 5. Services will be held at Epworth Methodist Church, 13th st. and N. Caro lina ave. n.e., at 2 p.m. Interment Arling ton National Cemetery. 4 ROBERSON, JAMES. On Saturdav. May 1, 1048. JAMES ROBERSON of 702 Barry pi. n.w. He leaves his wife. Sadie Roberson; a stepfather. James Roberson; other relatives and friends. Remains may be viewed Tuesday. May 4, after 4 p.m.. at Eugene Ford's Funeral Chapel. 1213 4th st. s.w., where funeral services will be held Wednesday. May 5, at 1 p.m. In i terment Payne’s Cemetery. 4 ROSE, HERBERT MILLARD. On Frl daj. April 30. 1048. at U. S. [■KV Naval Hospital. Bethesda. Md . |53g HERBERT MILLARD ROSE ot IF** Lanham, Md., youngest son of w the late George U. and Emily De Lancy Rose and brother of Miss Crete Rose. Funeral from Chambers Riverdale Funeral Home. 5801 Cleveland ave.. Riverdale. Md., on Tuesday. May 4. at 10 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 3 ROSE, HERBERT MILLARD. A special communication of Washington Centennial Lodge. No. 14, F. A. A. M.. is called for 0 a.m. Tues day. May 4. 1948, for the pur pose of conducting the last Ma sonic rites for our late brother. HERBERT MILLARD ROSE. All members are urged to attend. . HENRY A MITCHLER, Master. LELAND W. WARNER, Sr., Sec. 3 SKINNER. DR. WM. H. Suddenly, on Saturday. May 1, 1948, DR. WM H. SKINNER, beloved husband oi Marv H Skinner, brother of Chas. William's of Norfolk, Va. and nephew of Wm. Sklu ner of Norfolk, Va. He also leaves other relatives and friends'. Funeral services private. Kindly omit flowers. Arrange ments by W. Ernest Jarvis Co. SMITH. BETTY M. On Monday. May 3. in.flf. BETTY M. SMITH, beloved wife of William T. Smith; sister of Mrs. Anna Luttrell, Mrs. Loia M. Balderson, Mrs. Ida Burke, Mrs. Bertie Croxton oi Virginia, Mrs. Julia Croxton oi Philadelphia. She also is survived by several nieces and nephews. Funeral from the W. W. Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w., on Wednesday. May 5. at 2 p.m. Rela tives and friends invited. 5 SMITH. CAROL ANN. On Saturday, May 1, 1948. Carol Ann Smith, beloved daughter of Charles W. and Mary Smith; sister of Linda Lee Smith. Services at Chambers' Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e., on Wednesday. May 5. at 2:30 p.m. In terment Cedar Hil^ Cemetery. 4 STEBBINS, FRANK E. At Norwood. Mass , FRANK E. STEBBINS, 94. of 518 First st. s.e., Washington. D. C. Com miial sendee at Woodland Dell Cemetery, Wilbraham, Mass., Tuesday, May 4, at 11 a.m. .SWINDOW, JOHN. On Sunday. May 2. 1048. at Gallinger Hospital. JOHN SWIN DOW. beloved husband ot Mae Swindow. father of Barbara Swindow, stepfather of Arthur Ambrose. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass, ave. ne. where prayers will be offered on Thursday. May 8. at 9 a.m. Inter ment Arlington National Cemetery. 5’ THOMAS. CHARLOTTE ANN. On Sun day. May 2, 1948. at her residence. 444 1st st. s w . CHARLOTTE ANN THOMAS loving mother of Mrs. Irene Pendleton and' Mrs. Estelle Johnson. She also leaves one brother, Edw-ard Simms: one son-in law, Robert Templeton, and other rela tives and friends. Remains resting at the Morris A. Carter & Co. Funeral Home. 2nd and F sts. s.w. Notice of services later. TILLOTSON, GEORGE Bl’EL. Sr. On Sunday. May 2. 1948. at Miami, Fla. GEORGE BUEL TILLOTSON. Sr., hus band of Goldie Fugate Tillotson; father of Mrs. Brook T. Payne, John W. Tillotson, Mrs. F. Lee Hunt and George B. Tillot son. Jr. Also surviving are four sisters and six grandchildren. Remains resting at Philbruick Funeral Parlor. H60 W. Flagler st.. Miami. Fla. Funeral services Wednes day May 5. at 2 p.m. Interment Wood lawn Cemetery, Coral Gables, Fla. 4 WADE. WILLIAM H. On Friday. April ■■■ 30, 1948. at Naval Medical ™ Center. Bethesda. Md.. WIL ..MMHjSh LIAM H WADE Comrades of ■mgH M Em-net Urell Camp No. 9. VHMHH U S. W. V.. take notice: Serv ■M ices at Chambers' Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Tuesday, May 4, at 1 p.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery RALPH S. GIBSON. Adi. • WILLIAMS. FLORA. On Monday. Mav 3. 1948. FLORA WILLIAMS, mother of Alex. James. Ernest. Henry, Mamie and Pearl Williams and Mrs. Rosa Lee Buck Notice of funeral later. Arrange ments by Malvan & Schcy. • WRIGHT. MAGGIE. On Tuesday. April 29. 1948, at Galhnger Hospital. MAGGIE WRIGHT, beloved daughter of Selana Smith, loving wife of Robert Wright: mother of Jennett Wright. She also is survived by two sisters, one brother, one niece, one uncle and a host of other rela tives and friends. Friends mgy call after 5 p.m. on Monday. May 3. at her late residence. 921 4th st. n.w. Funeral Tues day, May 4. at 1 p.m.. from Zion Hill Baptist Church. 92 K st. n.e., Rev. Fair J Jame6 officiating Interment Payne’s Cemetery, Arrangement by Johnson & Jenkins. • Delos Kinsman Dies; American University Economics Professor Dr. Delos Oscar Kinsman, 79, pro fessor of economics at American University from 1926 to 1939, died yesterday at Suburban Hospital, Bethesda, where he was hospitalized a week. He had been in ill health for sometime. Dr. Kinsman drafted the Wiscon sin income tax law in 1911, the first successful law of its kind in the United States although 12 States had previously tried to enact such a measure. The act has since served as a model for more than a score of States. The professor emeritus of Ameri can University lived at 9100 Old Georgetown road, Bethesda. Authority on Taxes. He was expert assistant on the Wisconsin State Tax Commission in 1900 and until 1916 was professor of social sciences at State Teachers College, Whitewater, Wis. Until 1926, when he came to American University, he was professor of economics at Lawrence College. At one time he was president of the Whitewater Commercial and Savings Bank. He was born in Lafayette County, Wis., and was graduated fr<jm State Teachers College, Platteville. He studied further at the Universities of Wisconsin and Chicago. His teaching career began in 1891 when he became a high school principal in Stockbridge, Wis. He was the author of several books, among'them "The Income Tax in the Commonwealths of the United States,” “Local Govern ments of Wisconsin,” "Essentials of Civics,” “Economics of the Science of Business,” “Man in the Making,” and “Our Economic World.” Dr. Kinsman was a member of the American Economics Association and the Academy of World Eco nomics. Funeral Services Tomorrow. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. [Anna B. Kinsman; two daughters, Mrs. Georgia K. Loverud, 4540 Forty-fifth street N.W.; Mrs. Ellen K. Seamonson, Crown Point, Ind.; two sisters, Mrs. J. D. Darrow, Argyle, Wis.; Mrs. W. A. Duve, La Crosse, Wis.; a brother. T. L. Kins man, Stanwood, Wash., and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow in the sanctuary at Cedar Hill Cemetery. HratijH WISCH, PR1SCELLA COBB. Suddenly. In Baltimore, Md., on Sunday, May 2, 1948, PRISCILLA COBB WISCH. aged 22, daughter of Frank H. and Mary Moore Wisch of 3903 Alton pi. n.w. Notice of funeral later. In iUmmiam CAMPBELL. MILLARD W. In loving memory of MILLARD W. CAMPBELL who entered rest May 5, 194 7. DEVOTED WIFE AND SON, MRS. EVELYN CAMPB^LPLEEJrL AN° MILLAR° W' Dl'I-ANEY, SALLIE E., AND TAYLOR, THOMAS A. A tribute of love and de votion to the memory of our loved ones, SALLIE E. DULANEY, who left us thir teen years ago today, May 8. 1985. and brother, THOMAS A. TAYLOR, who left us March 1985. The cover of life's book Is closed For one we loved so well. But. loving deeds of bygone days Are what the pages tell. Your memory is all we have now. Your cares are all at rest; Happy are we who today can say We loved you and did our best. SISTERS. MARGARET G. HARDIN, ANNA E. TURNER. * GATES, DR. THOMAS J. In memory of my husband, DR. THOMAS J. GATES, who passed away seven years ago today, May 8, 1941. Your memory is as fresh today , As in the hour you passed away. You will never be forgotten. DEVOTED WIFE NONA. • CLEMENT, DAN *T. In sad but loving! remembrance of our beloved father, DAN T. CLEMENT, who entered into eternal rest ^twenty-five years ago today, May 8. The clock of life is wound but once And no man has the power To tell just when the hands will stop. At late or early hour. • GATES, DR THOMAS J. In memory *5* d£aI\ father. DR. THOMAS J. GATES, who departed this life seven years ago today, May 8, 1941. I only ask to live each day, So when my task is done. I will see my faithful father In God’s home beyond the sun. HERBERT. • , n.'wts. AMANDA F. In loving mem 070J our dear mother. AMANDA F. HAYEb, who passed away twelve years ago today, May 3. 193«. BEULAH E. HAYES, OSCAR L. HAYES, MAUD H. JACKSON. • Holley, mrs. Catherine, sacred to the memory of my devoted mother. Mrs. CATHERINE HOLLEY, who passed away fifteen years asto today, May 3, „„„ May her soul rest in peace. HER DEVOTED DAUGHTER. ELSIE MAY JENKINS. • HOUSTON. MARY E. In memory of f.u*rDb^loi.ed,™?Ai5?.t,her and grandmother. Mary e. Houston, who departed this life one year ago today. May 3. 1947. but TT™-.tie„same as always in our hearts. HUSBAND. WILLIAM L. HOUSTON; SON. CHARLES H. HOUSTON; DAUGHTER, GLADYS M. HOUSTON; DAUGHTER ^AW, HENRIETTA HOUSTON. AND GRANDSON, CHARLES H. HOUSTON. JR. • LITSIS, LT. LF.ON A. In loving memory of our dear son. LT LEON A. LITSIS. who was promoted to a higher plane five years ago today, May 3, 1943. Though you were near, Though you seem far, God's care reaches Wherever you are. HI? LOVING PARENTS, MILDRED AND ALEXANDER LITSIS. • MUELLER, LOUISE K. A tribute of love memory of our dear mother. LOUISE K. MUELLER, who passed away fourteen years ago today, May 3, 1934. In our hearts your memory lingers Always loving, kind and true; There is not a day. dear mother, That we do not think of you. HER DEVOTED SON AND DAUGHTER JN-LAW. GEORGE AND MAYME MUELLER. • RIESTERER. KONRAD. In memory oi our loving father. KONRAD RIESTERER. who passed away ten years ago today. May 3, 1938. As we look back in our garden of memories We see the happy smile and a loving heart Of our dear father that time cannot erase. HIS CHILDREN, KARL, JOHN AND VIR GINIA SHIELDS. WILLIAM G. Sacred to the memory of our loved one. WILLIAM G. SHIELDS, who left us seven years ago today. May 3. 1941. Since he's gone first, and we remain To finish with the scroll. No lengthening shadows shall creep in To keep us from our goal. We've known so much of comradeship We've had our pains and joys. And memory is one gift of God That death cannot destroy. HIS LOVING WIFE. ANNIE SHIELDS; BROTHERS GEORGE AND JOE. WHITTAKER. ELIZABETH MARY. In sad and loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother. ELIZABETH MARY WHITTAKER, who passed away one year sffco today, May 3, 1947. The third of May is here again. The most sorrowful day of the year. For it was when our dear mother passed away. She is gone, but will never be forgotten. May her soul rest in peace. HER DEVOTED DAUGHTER GENEVA DEAN AND GRANDCHILDREN, HARRY. RICHARD. EMMITT. MARY LOUISE AND FRANCE DEAN WILLIAMS. ROXIE ANN. In loving memory of our dear mother. ROXIE ANN WILLIAMS, who passed away three years ago today, May 3, 1945. A precious one from us Is gone, A voice we loved is stilled; A place is vacant in our midst Which never can be filled. Your cheery ways, your smiling face Are pleasant to recall; You had a loving word for each And died beloved by all. We have only your memory, dear mother. To remember our whole life through. And you are one we will never forget. For we are all missing you yet. Sleep on. dear mother, we’ll meat you soon. HER LOVING CHILDREN. HUGH. MARY, MARGARET, ALBERTA REBECCA HAR RISON. • YOUNG, ISAAC. A tribute of love and devotion to the memory of my dear hus band. ISAAC YOUNG, who passed into eternal rest five years ago today, May 3, Five years have passed since that sad day The one I loved was called away. God took him home. It was His will. But in my heart he liveth still. HIS DEVOTED WIFE, LENA YOUNG. • District Youth Wins First Prize In National Writing Contest Manley Rubenstein Of Coolidge High To Get Typewriter Top national honors in sports writing have been won by Stanley Rubenstein, 17-year-old Coolidge High School senior, according to an announcement today by Scholastic Magazine under whose sponsorship the contest was held. Stanley earlier had been awarded a gold achievement key in the Scholastic Writing Awards contest sponsored in Washington by The Evening Star for his collection of sports columns which were adjudged best to be submitted locally. Like all other entries in the local contest which were considered worthy of a gold key, Stanley’s columns were entered in the na tional competition and out of hun dreds of columns submitted, his were considered best. The victory brings him a portable typewriter and recognition by Quill and Scroll, national scholastic writing society. Stanley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Rubenstein of 1372 Fort Stevens drive N.W. Since last February, Stanley has* been editor for the Scholastic Sports Association, a student organization here that covers all District high school sports. He is assistant man ager of the Coolidge baseball, basket ball and football teams and manager of the track team. He plans to enter the University of Maryland next fall. Although young Rubenstein is the only Washington area entrant who; STANLEY RUBENSTEIN. Star Staff Photo. won a first prize, seven other high school students received citations in the national contest. Miss Rosemary Poster, 17, Western High School, received honorable mention in the interview category. The following were given com mendations: Miss Patricia Harden, 17, Dunbar High School, current events report; Miss Linda Hillman, 17, George Washington High School, Alexandria, essay; Miss Phyllis Lidoff, 16, Woodrow Wilson High School, humor; Stephen Manning, 17, St. Anthony High School, humor: Wendell Tascher, 16, Wilson, current events report, and Miss Peggy Jean Terry, 18, Central High School, short story. Civitan Club to Honor 10 District Students The Civitan Club of Washington will present its highest award—the Civitan Honor Key—to outstanding students of 10 District high schools at a banquet at 7 p.m. tomorrow in the Mayflower Hotel. One student was selected by each school on the basis of his record of achievement in scholarship, lead ership and general contribution to the school program, the cluo an nounced. Representative Horan, Republi can, of Washington will make the presentation address, on the sub ject, “Opportunity for Leadership.’ A. Yates Dowell, Washington attor ney, president of the Civitan Club, will present the Honor Key to each student. Principals of the schools and par ents of the students, will be guests of the club. Norman E. Sill is gen eral chairman of the banquet com mittee. The students to be honored are: Marion Thomas Alexander, Ana costia; Edmund C. Hughes, Calvin Coolidge; C. Robert Johnson, Cen tral: Harry L. Cherry, jr„ Eastern; J. Robert Fallabella, Gonzaga; C Harmon Brown, McKinley; John Edward George, St. John’s; Lewis Merriwether, Roosevelt; Harry Zeh ner. Western and Alan Raywid, Woodrow Wilson. Frank E. Stebbins, 94, Retired Attorney, Dies Prank Edward Stebbins, 94, re tired Washington patent attorney, died yesterday in Norwood, Mass., where he had been visiting since Tuesday. He had been in ill health for some time. Mr. Stebbins lived at 518 First street S.E. Born in North Wilbra ham, Mass., he was graduated from Amherst College in the class of 1880 after winning the Hyde Prize for oratory. He later studied in Got tingen, Germany, and in Paris. He majored in philosophy and art at Johns Hopkins University. Mr. Stebbins at one time lived in Springfield, Mass., and then became an examiner in the United States Patent Office. Later he became a patent attorney here. Survivors are a sister, Miss Fannie A. Stebbins, West Springfield, Mass., and a grand nephew, George Fred erick Stebbins, Wayland, Mass. Requiem mass will be offered at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Wilbraham with burial in Woodland Dell Ceme tery there. Italian Spectators Hold Up Ardeatine Massacre Trial By th* Associated Press ROME, May 3.—Relatives of vic tims today interrupted the arraign ment of a German officer accused of the massacre o'f 335 Italians in the Ardeatine caves in 1944. Spectators shook their fists and screamed insults at Lt. Col. Herbert Kappler and five aides who faced the Italian military court under heavy guard. The trial was post poned until May 28 after the de fense asked time to enable Ger man lawyers to arrive and assist the defense. * Former Maj. Durante Demizlaf, Capt. Hans Clemens, Sergt. Maj. Kurt Widner, Corpls. Johannes Knapp and Kurt Schultze are the other defendants. 20 New Flying Boxcars' Ordered by Air Force The Air Force has ordered 20 more “flying boxcars" at a cost of about $5,000,000 in a program to modernize its troop transport and cargo carrying fleet. The order for the 20 additional C-82 Packets—a two-engined, twin tail plane—has been placed with the Fairchild Aircraft and Engine Corp., the Air Force anounced yesterday. This will bring to 220 the number of C-82s used by the Air Force. An improved version of the "boxcar,” the C-119, will go into production at the end of this year. The C-82 can handle 42 fully equipped combat soldiers, or 32 stretcher patients, or five tons of cargo. Smoke in Home Kills 2 MOUNT AIRY, Md„ May 3 UP).— Horace Johnson, 34, and Gloria Jean Myers, 22 months, both col ored, were asphyxiated by smoke from a small fire in their home near here yesterday. Four other persons in the House escaped uninjured. Hard of Hearing Unit to Meet The new 1948 advisory board of the Washington Society. for the Hard of Hearing will be announced at a meeting of the Board of Di rectors at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at society headquarters, 2431 Four teenth street N.W. A report will be made on a proposed revision of the society's constitution and by-laws. Hughes Takes Option On Stock in R-K-0 By the Associated Press HOLLYWOOD, May 3. — Howard Hughes, who does things in the grand manner, has readied another eight or nine million dollars to put into a new venture. The 43-year-old bachelor who de veloped an oil tool business into a vast fortune, branched into movie production, got out of it and into the airplane business, has taken an option to purchase control of RKO Studios. Not content with bossing one of the world’s biggest commercial air lines and building and flying ex perimental planes, Mr. Hughes last night announced that he had reached a tentative agreement with Floyd Odium for the purchase of the latter's 928,000 shares of RKO stock. Mr. Hughes said recently he was convinced an independent producer could not compete on favorable footing with the majors. Mr. Hughes produced the daring “Hell’s Angels” when talkies were still in the experimental stage. He discovered the platinum blond Jean Harlow, who became a box office attraction. He discovered and starred Jane Russell in "The Out law.” Plight of Americans In Palestine Studied The plight of about 4 000 Ameri can citizens in Palestine was be lieved to have figured in a special Sunday conference at the State Department. Undersecretary of State Lovett called officials into the conference to go over reports from the Holy Land yesterday, with no public in dication of what particular matters were under discussion. Authorities assumed possible measures to protect American cit izens in a situation apparently growing worse rapidly were given attention. The State Department has ac knowledged that plans are ready to evacuate citizens who want to leave Palestine when It is decided condi jtions call for such a move. With that possibility in view, a United States consulate was opened l last month at Haifa, the port city ; since wrested from the Arabs by , the Jews. The British retain control of harbor areas there. To help carry out possible evacua tion measures, the Navy has 2,000 or more Marines aboard the aircraft carrier Philippine Sea and other ships in the Mediterranean. Paul Mellon Married To Palm Beach Woman By the Associated Press NEW YORK. May 3.—Paul Mel* ' Ion, 40,. son of the late Andrew W. Mellon, and Mrs. Rachel Lambert Lloyd of Palm Beach, Fla., were on their honeymoon today after their marriage at a friend's apart ment here Saturday. Only close relatives attended and the couple did not disclose their honeymoon plans. Mr. Mellon, son of the Pitts burgh financier who was Secretary of the Treasury, has homes here and at Upperville, Va. His first wife, the former Mary Conover Brown of Kansas City, died in 1946. The bride’s first marriage to Stacy B. Lloyd, of Millwood, Va., recently ended in divorce. She for merly lived at Princeton, N. J. Scouts to Hear Dr. Siple Dr. Paul A. Siple, Eagle Scout who accompanied Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd to Antarctica, will speak at the fifth annual dinner of the Ar lington District, Boy Scouts, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in St. George’s Episcopal Church parish hall, 900 North Nelson street. Deaths Reported (From D. C. Bureau of Vital Statistics > Mary E. Rank, 88. Rockville. Md Margaret Thompson. 85. 1357 Oak st. Ida M. Conklyn. 78, 503 Peabody st, n.e. Ira E. Clouser, 76, 3118 Westover dr. s e. Isobel A. Brashears, 75. 1673 Park rd n.w Charles F. Mullen. 74. 133 Rhode Island ave. n.e, Ruth Ingels, 73. 4901 Connnecticut ave. Preston Scott. 71. Arlington, Va. Ellen D. Campbell, 70. 1523 22nd st. Anna Shaplin. 66, 1355 Peabody st. n w. Clarence W. Hogeland, 60, 2220 20th st. Merle M. Adams. 57. 220 H st. n.e. Howard F. Pinck, 48. 1524 A st. n.e. 8ing Chung. 47. 1417*6 P st. Grace Cavin. 35. 2310 Ashmead pi. Ha-ry Miller, infant. Hillside. Md. Linda S. Crumpler. infant. 1329 Trinidad eve. s.e. Infant Parrish. Arlington, Va. Infant Graham, 1108 Queens st. n e. Infant Yowler, 1708 Capitol ave n.e. Adelaide I. Hamilton. 75. Clifton Station. Va. , Minnie H Garnett, 69. 1906 6th st. Isiah Green. 122 Florida ave. n.w. Charles Hines. 60. 2264 Champlain It. Jessie Johnson. 50. 824 5th st. n.e. William T. Boldware. 38. 125 R st. n.e. Maggie Wright. 31. 921 4th st. n.w Lucinda E. King. 23. 1421 1st st. n.w. Infant Stevens, 1318 12th st. n.e. Infant Benton. 745 2nd st. n.w Infant Monk, 2010 Maryland ave. n.e. Harry 0. Kimmell, 70, Long With FBI, Dies Harry O. Kimmell, 70, retired Federal Bureau of Investigation em ploye of 23 years’ service, died yes terday at his home, 200 Sixteenth | street SJE., aft er a long illness. Mr. Kimmell, who was known as “Pop" to his friends, retired from Govern ment service in September, 1943. He was born and educated in the District and was a clerk for Southern Rail way before he I went to FBI. His hobby was water color painting. Mr. Kiramell. Mr. Kimmell belonged to St. John's Masonic Lodge No. 11, St. John’s Chapter No. 18 of the East ern Star, Scottish Rite Masons and Almas Temple. Surviving are three sons, Frank P. Kimmell, 1952 U place S.E., man ager of the Commercial Ice Service Co.; Charles E, Kimmell of the Sixteenth street address; the Rev. Elmer L. Kimmell, Bourne, Mass., and three grandchildren. Funeral serives will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the S. H. Hines funeral home, 2901 Fourteenth street N.W., with burial in Glenwood Cemetery. Dr. J. H. Taylor, Jr., Dies; Shock Treatment Pioneer By the Associated Press TRENTON, N. J., May 3.—Dr. John H. Taylor, jr., a pioneer in the development of insulin and electric shock treatment of mental diseases, died at Trenton State Hospital last night. Dr. Taylor, 46, was a native of Merion, Pa., and had been associated with the State hospital here for 16 years. Dr. J. B. Spradley, hospital director, said he was “the foremost authority in the United States” in use of shock treatments. He was an early collaborator of Dr. Manfred Sakai of Austria, who developed the treat ment. Rites Set at Charles Town For Mrs. Ida M. Conklyn Funeral and burial services for Mrs. Ida M. Conklyn, 78, who died Saturday at her home, 503 Peabody street N.E., will be held tomorrow afternoon at Charles Town, W. Va. She was born in Jefferson County, W. Va., and lived in Rippon, W. Va., before coming to Washington 10 i years ago. She was the widow of Edgar D. Conklyn. Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Naomi McCluskey, with whom j she lived; Mrs. Virginia Lyddane, j Washington; Mrs. Bessie Town shend, Bluemont, Va.; two sons, j James H., Martinsburg, W. Va.; E. j Drew Conklyn, Washington; a sister, | Miss Bessie Albin, Charles Town; ! five brothers, Dr. Abner O. Albin, ! Charles Town; James Albin, Fred erick, Md.; John Albin, Santa Ana, Calif.; Mason Albin, York, Pa., and ! eight grandchildren. Ralph L. Crosman Dies; Journalism School Head By th« Associated Press BOULDER, Colo., May 3.—Ralph! L. Crosman, 63, head of the school of journalism at the University of Colorado since 1921, died last night. Death was caused by a blood clot reaching his lungs, his doctor said. He served as president in 1932 of i the American Association of Teach ers of Journalism. He and William R. Arthur were co-authors of a book, "Law of News- ! papers.” G. W. Band to Present Concert Tomorrow | The George Washington Uni versity Band, under the direction of i Leon Brusiloff, will present its an nual spring concert at 8:15 p.m. to morrow at the Lisner Auditorium, Twenty-second and H streets N.W. The band, consisting of 80 pieces, will feature on its program Khat chaturian’s "Saber Dance” and | Grieg's “Piano Concerto.” Donald Goldstein will be the piano soloist j for the concerto. Bill Warner is president of the band. Mrs. Brodie, Daughter 01 Ex-Governor, Dies Mrs. Walter M. Brodie, 82, daugh ter of the late Alexander R. Shepherd, the last Governor of th* District of Columbia, died yester day in Columbia, S. C- the As sociated Press reported. Mrs. Brodie was born in Washing ton in 1866. Funeral services will be held at 10 am. tomorrow at tha graveside in Rock Creek Cemetery. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. William M. Barnett; a granddaugh ter, Miss Barbara Brodie Manning, and a grandson, W. W. Sinkler Manning, all of Columbia. Mr. Shepherd was District Gov ernor during President Grant’s ad ministration, in 1873 and 1874. Noted for his vigorous administration of public affairs, he was credited with a great portion of the work of beau tifying Washington. The territorial form of govern ment for the District was abolished in 1874 and the present three-man Commissioner system set up. Mr. Shepherd went to Mexico and was reported to have made a fortune in a silver mine. He died in Septem ber, 1902. A statue of him was erected here in 1909. F. W. Kneessi's Funeral Will Be Held Tomorrow Funeral services for Frederick W. Kneessi, 87, retired owner of K. Kneessi & Son, leather goods and harness firm, will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the S. H. Hines funeral home, 2901 Fourteenth street N.W. Burial will be in Rock Creek Ceme tery. Mr. Kneessi died Saturday night at his home, 713 Longfellow street N.W., after a six-month illness. He would have been 88 on June 12. He was born in Newark, N. J., and came to Washington when he was 9. He began work in the harness shop of his father, Kasper Kneessi, at 425 Seventh street N.W. After his father’s death about 60 years ago, Mr. Kneessi and his late brother, Gus, took over the shop. He re tired about 1930. Mr. Kneessi was a member of the Elks, Masons, Eagles and the As sociation of Oldest Inhabitants. Survivors are his widow. Mrs. Mary A. Kneessi; five sons, Fred K. and George F„ both of Washington; Charles A., Silver Spring; John A., Arlington; William D„ Riverdale: two daughters, Mrs. John McKay, Cobb Island, Md.; Mrs. Margaret Washington, Riverdale, and 16 grandchildren and 20 great grand children. 300,000 Television Sets Now Used in Nation More than 300,000 television re ceivers are in use in the United States and the production rate is almost three times that of this time last year, according to figures made public today by the Radio Manu facturers’ Association. RMA member companies manu factured a total of 118,027 television sets during the first quarter of this year, the report revealed. The production of combination amplitude modulation and frequency modulation radio receivers totaled 437,829, or 2 % times that of the first quarter of 1947, it was added. 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