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AMOS. RALPH W. The memberi nf the
Immediate family nf the let* RALPH W
AMOS wish to express their heartfelt
thanks and deep appreciation lo other
relatives, friend*, neighbor* and co-work
ers for their expre*slon* of sympathy and
the many kindneasea thown them in their
hour of bereavement. THE FAMILY 21
JOHNSTON. CHARLES MERVIN. The
family of the late CHARLES MERVIN
i CHUCK I JOHNSTON wish to express
thanks to their many friend* for their
helpful sympathy, beautiful flowers, music
use of automobiles and everythin* they
did materially and In the rendering of
spiritual comfort at the time of their sud
den and extreme loss. To those who sent
or hav* indicated sending contributions to
the memorial scholarship fund In Bob
Jones University, we thank you.
IRVINO D. JOHNSTON. •
Bratlifi
ABROMS. MARY. On Thursday. August
?R. I 34s. a' Oallmger Hosnltai. MARY
ABROMS Of 103(1 1st st. n.» mother of
Mettle Austin and Mary Abroms, daughter
of Maine Stewart, sister of Dora Rtchard
aor.. Nannie Shell end Lake Btewert. She
also leave* e host of other relative* and
friends. The late Mr*. Abroms may be
viewed at Stewart's Punere! Home. 30 H
st n e . Irom A pm. uniil M P m. Friday
August 21. Funeral and interment Green
ville, S C 27
ALLEN. MARY M. On Tuesday. August
24 1340. at Doctors Hospital. MARY M.
ALLEN of Wardman Park Hotel, beloved
win: of the late Henry A. Allen, beloved
aunt of Katherine C. Breads. Mary Ellen
McEnery and Eugene J. Sullivan. Fu
neral Irom Collins' Funeral Horne. .IS': I
j ith si n.w . on Friday. August 21. al
A .1(1 am Requiem mass at St. Thomas
the Apostle Chunh at 3 am. Relatives
ano Irtends invned. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. 'Hi
AMBUSH. ELLA JOHNSON. On Mon
dav. August 23. 134o. at her residence,
H(I3 N st. n w . ELLA JOHNSON AMiiLbH.
wile nf Ernest Amoush. Otner relatives
ano friends also survive. Friends may call
st Robinson's Puneral Home. 1313 hth st
n w . Thursday. August 2d. alter rt:.m
n m Funeral services w ill be held Friday
August 21. al 1:33 p m . at ihe Miles
Memorial Churrh. 3rd at between New
ynric • v# and L *1 . Rev. L. R. Kilby of
flrttMn* Interment Payne * Cemetery. ‘in
ASHLEY. FRANK On Wednesday. Au
ciM "o. I'.llb. •' the Naval Hospital Be
ihesda. Md FRANK ASHLEY of !>*«» F st
• a., beloved husband of Mrs Ruby Ashley,
or voted brother ol Mrs Alzada Briscoe,
Mrs. Camilla Anthony. Mrs Lin rue Lowber.
WTltam Edward and Oiariv Aahle.v. fa'her
of* William Ashley He also leave* other
• rtatlvea and friends Friend* may call i
the w Ernest Jarvn Funeral Church- II•■
You *t n w alter A P m Friday. August
■'• Funeral service* Monday. August .to.
*• I ;tn pm at the above funeral church.
Rr\ umrv L Pinn officiating Relatives
an. fronds Invited. Interment Arlington
Jv • ions 1 Cemetery
ASKEW. MORTON. On Tuesday. Au
c * 15Mb at Glenn Da It- Sanitarium.
MORTON ASKEW beloved son of La
Askew of North Carolina and brother of
j me Askew and Mrt Thelma Smith or
-oji Keninworth ter n e. Remains will
reM at the C V. Lewis Funeral Home
1 -,ns jith st n w , after H pm. Thursday.
August 2«. wheie funeral aervicea will be
h»lri Fnday August at 2 P.m. Inter*
mrni Woodlawn Cemetery.
BANKA. ANNIE. Departed this life Au
c s« •*:< jW4h. at her residence. .54 Park
rri r w ANNIE BANKS She leaves to
rvourn their loss a devoted daughter. Mrs
Ff.nor Pettis one granddaughter. Mrs
i nice Foster; two grandsons. Lawrence
And Shirley Prttis one great-granddaugh
• r t Audiev poster and a host of oilier
?reLrive* and friends Rrmains resting at
the R N Horton Funeral Home- J \ou
. st nm Thursday after 5 n rr. Funeral
Frida* Autuit 2* at 2 pm from the
Canaan Baptist Churrh. TT', Morton st
r w Rev Cecil Mill* officiating. Jnter
. ment Payne * Cemetery. ‘-ft
BANKA. MARY On Tuesday August
•t |{»4*. MARY BANKS of lttl 4 Temper
ance ave n w . beloved mother of Walter
eno William Spencer and Ernest Bolden,
grandmother of William and Walter Bpen
rer ir Ruth Carter and Catherine W eb
Mei She also leave* other relative* and
friends Aftei 10 am Friday. August
friends mav call at the W Ernest Jarvis
Funeral Church. 14T! You st n w Fu
neral services Saturday. August a; 1
pin. at tin above funeral church. R«*v
Robert Anderson offli latina Relative; and
fi lends inv ited Interment Woodjawri
Cemetery. •*
BEACH. PITER PALI. Suddenly, on
Monday. August -:i. 104a »1
in Daniel* Park Md PETER PAUL
BFACH, beloved brother-m-law of Mary C
Rracn Fi tend* mav cal! at Oasch > Fu
nr.pl Home. Hya; t svllie Mo w here -n -
1re« « :11 bf held on Friday. August . at
1«» • rv Re |* nve« and friends invi»*o
Interment O’.enwnori Cemetery *-r'
BEDELL, william * Or Wednesday
August 2A l f>4A. at th* Home fn, The
Tnrur.hle* WILLIAM R FED ELI *he be
1fv#d brother of Mrs Mary B Funk. Mrs
V*»r* P Barber George F ,r and Harr*’
V Bedell Friends ma* r*l! at the Lee
Funera1 Ho me i »h at and Mas* ave n *
where services will be held on Friday An
tust a' ft nm Interment Fort Lin
t ee*ln Cemetery
BFFK. ANNIE On Thursday August
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of 1*MS •.’Ist m nu wife of the late
Mark Beea mother of Thomas E B'• k and
aiaiet of Mrs H. en Raub Friends may
call at Gamier » Chapel 1'5B Pa. ave ii.w
wheie services will be held ori ^atuitU'
Auaust •> at II am Interment Cedar
Mill Ceinete»y
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. BOWMAN. APOriTlS. On Monday.
August 23. 1948. at the Home for the
Ased and Infirm. Blue Plain*. D C . AU
GUSTUS BOWMAN. He leaves to mourn
their loss a sister, Mrs. Georgians Watson:
brother-in-law. Charles Watson of 2209 M
st. n.w., and other relatives and friends.
Remain* may be seen at the Janifer Fu
neral Home. 1141 22nd st. n.w. Funeral
Friday. August 27. at ft am . from St.
Augustine’s Catholic Church. 15th st. be
tween R and 8 at*, n.w. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery.
BROWN, GARRETT L. On Tuesday.
August 24 1948. at Mount Alto
Hospital. GARRE7T L BROWN,
JmgEL the beloved husband of Minnie
Pauline Brown (nee Newbauert
and father of Ruth B Snead and
8^’' ' Grace B Ladd. Services at hi*
late residence. Waldorf. Md . on
Friday. August 27. at 11:30 am. Inter
ment Arlington National Cemetery. Serv
Icea by Chamoers.
CHILDFE**, DABNEY C. On Wednes
day. August 25. J 948. DABNEY C.
CHILDRESS beloved husband of the late
Mary E. Childress, brother of Benjamin
Childress of Esmont. Ve : Clifford Childress.
Mr*. Lula Ourant and Mr*. Annie Newman
of Charlottesville. Va.. and Mr*. Kate
Thomas of Esmont. Va Friend* may call
at the Lee Funeral Horn". 4th st. and
Mais. ave. n e . where senses will be held
on Saturday. August 28. at 1 p.m. Inter
ment Glenwood Cemetery. 27
DODSON. RUTH ANN. On Tuesday
August 24. 1948. at Sibley Hospital. RUTH
ANN DODSON, beloved wife of Wallace T
Dodson, moiher of Edward R. 7 nomas E .
Gary M . William A Florence A. and Betty
Mae Dodson sister of William H and
Harvey J. Pleasant and Mrs. Bessie W
Lacey. Services at Chambers’ Funeral
Home. 51 1 I th st. s.e on Friday. August
27. at 2:30 p m. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery. 2d
FAIRFIELD. MAHONEY HIRST. On
Tuesday. August. 24. 1948 at, Georgetown
University Hospital MAHONEY HURST
FAIRFIELD, beloved mother of A. W. Faii
field of Newport New*, Va . Mrs. M. F.
Boothe of Disputants. Va : Mr*. M. L.
Well* of Manassas. Va Mrs John A
Wheat of McLean. Va.. and Loren J. Fair
fieid of Shawville. Quebec. Canada. Friends
may call at tne Birch Fineral Home. 3034
M *t. n « Services and int-rment at
Claremont. Surry County. Va . on Fridav
August 27, at 1 30 p m., standard time. 20
FORD. ROWLAND H . M. D. On Mon
dfiv. August „\T 194V ai Doctors Hospital
ROWLAND H. FORD. M D . of 621fl 14th
st n w . beloteri husband of Osce D
Ford end father of Mrs Philip W. Dimon
and Robert N. Ford. He also is survived
ov thiec grandchildren. Remains resttna
*t , fhf S H. Hines Co Funeral Home.
•.9<u 14th «t n.« Funeral services at
he ^ T rs*nsfl"uralion Episcopal Church.
14 1ft Gallatin st. nw. on Frida*. August
a.t 1 pin Interment Arling'on Na
tional Cemetery. 26
GAI LOW AY. GEORGIA ANN. Departed
this lile on Wednesday. Aueust 2ft. J ;>4H,
at her residence. 411 :;rd st n.e.. after a
lingering illness. GEORGIA ANN GALLO
WAY daughter of the late Isaac and Ann
Galloway She leaves to mourn their loss
one niece. Louise Mankins: one nephpw.
William Mankins. and a host of other rela
tives and friends Her remains may be
seen at her late residence on Friday. Au
gust *: 1. after 1? noon. Funeral Saturday.
August 'IS. at 9 a m. from St Cyprian s
Church Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
tery Ari an genie nta by the Better Fu
neral Home. 27
GOLDEN. GEORGE. On Tuesday. Au
gust 24. 194V GEORGE GOLDEN be
lovrd brother of Mrs Ethpl Gilman. un< If
of Mrs. Evelyn Williams. Services at
Chambers' Funeral Home, ftl 7 nth st
e on Friday. August 27. at ll :«» an
Interment Washington National Cemetery
26
11A RICH. MAGDEEENA On Tuesday.
Angus' 24. J 94V at her residence. J214
ave.. Hillside. Md MAGDELENA
HARICH. widow of the late Philip Harich
and beloved mother of Karl. Philip. Pe er
and George Harich: Mrs. Elizabeth Maize.
Mrs Anna Reifler and Mrs. Theresa New
ton Services at Chambers’ Funeral
Home, ^ft | 7 llth at. se. on Friday Au
gust 27. at 1 p m. Interment Cedar Rib
Cemetery. 20
HARRIS, 1IORATHIO H On Thursday.
August .20 1 94S at his residence. 24ft bill
M. s.e HORATHIO H HARRIS beloved
hii‘bami ol Lilie May Harris. Mr Harris
is .‘urvived by seven children Fritnds may
cui! at riie Lee Funeral Home. 4th at. and
Mass. ave. n.e. Notice of funeral later.
HARRIS. MARGARET M On W'cdnes
d. • Augu-t '.'ft. 194b .MARGARET M
HARRIS of .‘•S.'.l North Washington blva .
Arlington. Vr . beloved wife of the late
George E Harris and mother of George C
Hairis Remains resfine at the Ives Fu
neral Home, 2K47 Wilson blvo Arlington
Va . where funeral services will he held
Saturday August at 2 p.m. Interment
Glenwood -Cemerery. 27
HARRIS. WILLIAM HENRY Departed
H:'.< life Friday. August 20, 194* «t. Biue
Plain*.. D C. WILLIAM HFNT7Y HARRIS
He leaves to mourn their loss a devoted
w fr. Mrs. Arid:e Harris; one daughter,
'wo sons, four grandchildren and a host
of other relatives and friends. Remain'
rest111* H- the Pv N. Horton Co. Funeral
Home 142 2 You st. r. w Funeral Fridav
August 2 7 hi 12 O'timk noon, from the
above funeral home. Interment Wooclawn
Cemetery.
HETI LI., OTTO J On Wednesday Au
yuat 2 ft. 194b at ills residence 1667
Webster st n.e.. OITO J. HETTEL be
loved husbana of Loretta M. Hettel. fa
ther of tiie Rev Paul F Hettel of Balti
rnoie Md. Mrs E P. Powers ol Savannah.
Gr and Mrs R H. Guppy, jr of Port
land Me Funeral from the above resi
dence on Saturday. August 2*. ei S a m
Requiem mass ar 8t. Anthony s Chimh at
H •■m. Inttrment Cedar Hill Ceme
tery. 27
I)' iTM.. OTTO .1. On Wednesday Aii
Aucust 25. iPifc. jn Washing
ton. D C . OTTO J. HETTEIi.
member of Columbia Typo
graphical Union. No. 101. and
Avups. Remain.* resting at
his late residence, irfi* Webster
st. i. e. Washington. D C Funeral serv
ices on 3arurdav. August 2b. at the
jove residence et « n.m. Services a;
Ft Anthony * Church. I2:h and Monroe
' s n.e Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
JOSEPH Z. LINS. Secretary-Treasurer.
HUGHES. LULA L. On Tuesday. An
ew -i 2 1. 194b. LULA L. HUGHES of 120b
5th st n.e. loving mother of Celestine
John on and Robert Lawson, sister oi
Martina Sims. Sadie I.ee. Doris and Ray
mond ShriLon. She also is survived by a
rlevoted Menu. Robert Thomas: other rel
atives and friend--. After 4 pin Friday.
August 21 friends rn:i> coll at Frazier’s
Funeral Home Inc . JN9 II I. ave. n w.
Fwnciai Saturday August 2b. at 1 pm.
I roin Mount Pleasant Baptist Church
lint. W at. n w Rev. Robert Anderson
odk.aiiuk. Jnlei meiit Woooluwu Ceme
tery. 2<
HUNTER. ANTHONY C Entered Into
eternal rest on Tuesday AutcuM 24 194b.
ANTHONY C HUNTER of 425 2.Jrd pi.
ne. oevoted husb.nn oi Georgianu W.
Hufitei brother of Mr*. Sarah Jonnson.
Mr>. Beulah Butler anc Mrs. Willie Mae
Dea* of New York City stepfather of Ray
mond E Waters. Also mourning his pass
ins ate seven nieces, three nephew* and a
host of other relatives and friend*. Rela
t.ves and friends may call at his late resi
dence after 5 pm on Friday. August 27.
Ser\ices Saturday. August 2* at 1 o'clock
?’ the Mount Bethel Baptist Church. V st..
between 2nd and .Tid sts n.w . Dr. K W.
Roy officiating Interment Woodiawn
Cemetery. 27*
JACKSON. BENJAMIN. JR. SuddnFy.
on Sntnrdav. August 21 194b. on C. ntr.il
ave sr. BENJAMIN JACKSON. Jr. the
brlnvrri son of Benjamin and N• Mif
Jackson, brother of Mary. Antone te. Net
tie Audrey. Alma and James Jackson.
After 4 p.m Thursday. August 2d. friends
may rail at the Rollins Funeral Home.
1.T29 Hunt pi n.e Funeral services Fri
day. August 27. at 1 pm., at the First
Baptist Church, noth and B sts. s.e. Rev.
Harrison officiating. 2b
JACKSON. EDITH M. On Wednesday
August 25 IfM.v in Georgetown University
Hospital. EDITH M JAvVKSON of 4 49
Mass ave. n.w.. daughter of Bertie Myers
ami wife of Carl Jackson . She also Is sur
vived by one son. one -Miter. Cllffle Hardy:
i ■ e aunt. Annie Phillips, and other rem
ove- i nd friends Remains resting with
L. E. Murray & Son. J.’’i7 10th st. nw
where funeral services will be held Satur
day August. 2b. M L p m. Interment In
Wood lawn Cemetery. 27*
JANNIV. SALL1E K. On Thursday
Mirturt 20. 1948. at Montgomery County
General Hosolral. .BAILIE R JANNEY of
Brookeville. Md.. beloved wife of the late
John H. Jannev and mother of Dr. John
H Jannev of Ban Diego. Chile. Mr*. Mary
R Shirld- rf Brookeville. Md.: Edward T.
Jarre- of CGyvilk Va and Richard W.
Jann-y of Ashton. Md Remains resting at
‘h* Bethesda-Chew chase Funeral Home
of Wm. Ruh-n PumDhrer. Befhesda. Md
Services Friday. August 27. at n p m.. at
S' Luke's Enisronql Church. Brichton. Md.
interment Woodside Cemetery, Rrinklow
Md. Please omit, flowers. 27
JOHNSON. rf.RTHA L. On Wednesday.
August 25. 194N. ai Annapolis. Md.. BER
THA I. JOHNSON of 2101 New Hampshire
nve. n.w daughter of Mrs. Mary J Wort
nmii. sister oi M s. Emma McClafferty.
Mrs. T F. Bush Mrs Fd T Deibel. Mrs
Kuiklail U.it-i Mil> ’.inida Bell Mr.-. Nora
kaulsoiu Mr-. Maty lii. anti Willi.-m
Wm uu.li. Serviie* k! he S H Hines Co.
Funeral Hihire. 2901 14th m. n.w. oh Mon
day AtikUsi To at lu . til. luiiiinenl
Arlington National C tin cl cry.
JOHNSON. BERTHA. Members of the
“ US.S. Jacob Jones Post, No.
2, tht American Legion, are
hereby notified of the death of
Comrade BERTHA JOHNSON,
and are requested to assemble
at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14*h frt. nw. at
: no p m Thursday. Ausust 28, 194b. for
LfCinn service*.
RUTH F MoKENZIF. Commander.
E8TEILE R RUBY. Adjutant.
JONES. ALICE. On Wednesday. August
C.V lf»4». after * lone illness. ALICE
JONES nf 302 E st *.w . beloved sister of
Harr:-. Herbert and Richard Jonea; Mrs.
Beatrice Martin and Mrs. Olive White.
6he also is survived by twenty-sex neph
ews and nieces, other relatives and friends.
Remains may oe viewed at her late resi
dence Thursday. August 2d. after 4 p.m,
Funeral service* Friday. August 27. at u
a.rn at St Vincent De Paul’s Church
South Capitol and M sta Interment in
Mount Olivet Cemetery. Arrangements by
Barnes & Matthews.
Lancaster, bertha, on Wednesday
August 25. IMS. at Suburban Hospital
BERTHA LANCASTER, beloved wife ol
Clifton Lancaster. Also surviving are
seven daughters, three sons, one brother
James Powell, stepfather. Charles Norris,
and other relatives and friends. Remains
resting «t the Bnowden <fc Davis Funeral
Home Rockville. Md.. after 8 o.m. Thurs
day. August yfrt. Funeral Friday. August
Z‘ af C Dm., from Good Hop* Church.
Tplesville. Md Rev .t H Holland of.
flatting. Interment church ewneterr.
v4
Eratba
LAW, PATRICK L On Wednaaday Au
fuat 2ft. l&4ft, PATRICK I LAW of 3462
varnum at., Brentwood. Md., beloved »on
of Preston and Gertruda Rowe Law, broth
er of Preaton. jr.: Betty Jane and Thomas
Law: irandion of Mr. and Mrs. L. L
Rowe. Friends may call at Wm. J. Nallcy’*
i Funeral Home. 3200 Rhode lalant) avt.. at
Eastern ave. n.e. until 9:30 ms 8atur
!day. August 2ft: thence to Mount Vernon
Place Methodist Church, where service*
'will be held at 10 am Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Fort Lincoln
Cemetery. 27
U CAR. HATTIE. Departed this life
Wednesday. August 25. 1948. at 1:15 p.m..
after a brief illness. HATTIE LUCAS
Friends may contact Mrs. Jennie Robin
son, MI. 1759, or notice of the funeral
hereafter.
McCLLRE. MARCELLE C. On Tuesday,
i August 24, J 948. at Prince Georges County
General Hospital. Cbeverly. Md.. MAR
CELLE C McCLURE. beloved wile of Ray
D. McClure and daughter of Louis W. and
Anna H. Carroll. Friends may call at
Hysong s Funeral Home. 1300 N st. n.w..
where services will be held on Friday. Au
gust 27. at 10 a m. Interment Fort Lin
coln Cemetery. 2ft
McKFBBIN, ELIZABETH A. On Thurs
day, August 7ft. 194ft. at her residence.
702 Ingraham st. n.w . ELIZABETH A.
McKIBBIN. beloved mother of Mrs. Sum
ner Anderson. George and Frank McKlb
bin. Remain* resting at Chambers’ Fu
neral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. until
Thursday. August 70. at 1 1 p.m. Services
and interment St. Peter's Cemetery, Staten
Island. N. Y.
MEIGS. BASIL C. On Wednesday. Au
gust 75. 194h. at his residence. 673 H st.
s.w.. BASIL C. MEIGS, son of the late
Maria H. Meigs, friend of Eilet Torkelson.
Services ai. Chambers’ Funeral Home. 517
11th st. s e.. on Saturday, August 7ft. at
10 am. Interment National Memorial
Park Cemetery. Falls Church. Va. 27s
MOBLEY. MARY ELIZABETH Sud
denly. cn Tuesday. August 24. 1948. at
i Suburban Hospital. MARY ELIZABETH
MOBLEY, beloved wife of Walter J. Mob
ley of Gaithersburg. Md. Remains resting
at the Colonial Funeral Home of Win.
Reuben Pumphrey. Rockville. Md. Services
Friday. August 27. at 2 p.m.. at Faith
Chapel. Deiwood. Md Interment Forest
Oak Cemetery. Gaithersburg. Md. 26
PEER, GLADYS SUSAN. On Tuesday.
August 24, 1948. at Sibley Hospital.
GLADYS SUSAN PEEK of 5918 South 14th
st.. Arlington. Va., beloved mother of
Daniel E. Peer, jr., and sister of Rockley
Bunting and Mrs. Rudolph Hefty. Re
mains resting at the Ives Funeral Home.
2847 Wilson blvd.. Arlington. Va.. where
funeral services will be held Friday August
27, at 2 p.m Interment Oakwood Ceme
tery. Falls Churcn. Va. 26
PETERSON. SOPHIA SMITH On Wed
nesday, August 26, 1948. pr the Baptist
Home. .5248 N st. n.w . POPHIA SMITH
PETETRSON. Service* at the S. H. Hines
Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on
Saturday. August 28. at 2 p.m. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 27
RHONE. HESTER. Debited this life i
on Mondav. August 25. 1948. HESTER
RHONE of 405 P st. n.w.. daughter of
the late Henry and Hester Covington
She leaves t.o mourn their loss a loving
husband. John Rhone; four d^vot’pd sisters
Mrs. Mamie Contee. Mrs. Hattie Carter.
Mrs. Carrie Lane and Bishop Daisy Hen
son. and p host of other relatives and
friends. After 5 p.m. Thursday. August.
26. remains will lie in state in Unitv
Spiritual Church 405 P st. n.w.. where
services will be held on Friday. August 27.
at ! p.m., Archbishop Gas.~awQ.y and Rev.
N D. Silver officiating. Interment Har
mony Cemetery. 26
SANDERS. ROSE ETTA REID. On
Wednesday. August 25. 194 8, at her resi
dence. near Colvin Run Va . ROSE ETTA
REID SANDERS, wife of the late William
E. Senders and mother of Earl D. Sanders
of McLean. Va.. and J. Marvin Sanders of
Colvin Run. Va. Also surviving are six
-randchildren and lour great-grandchil
dren. Remains resting at her late resl-:
derce Funeral services at Andrew Chapel
Methodist Church on Saturday. August .
28. pt 11 a m. Interment church ceme
tery. 27
SANTILLF. GIUSTINO F. On Tuesday.
A“ u 21. l‘»48. at Mount Alto Hospital.
GIUSTINO E. SANTILLI of 219 Long
M'h'- .-.t. n.v.. belo« rd husband of Mamie
S.'ntilli. father o- It. Col. Carl SantilU.
:• iorenre A Felbe» end Mrs. Cecelia
S Woodford; brother of Carl SaiHilli of
Brooklyn. N. Y. Also surviving are four
.jo:, u.ldrcn. Services :-.i the S. H. Hines
C". runeral Home. 2991 14th at. n.w.
oti Thursday, August 26. at 8:50 p.m.
1' ml m.li.ary honois will be conducted,
sturtn.v Fort. Myer Gaie. on Friday.
Auvt ii • ♦.. at 9::;<i a m. Interment Ar
il n;. run National Cemetery. 26
S1 A!MS, ROSE. Depar ted this life Au-j
itu. i 24. 1948. at he? residence. J 537 14th
st. n.w. ROSE SIMMS. She leaven to
mourn then Jos three daughters. Mrs Bes
sie Sullivan. Mas? Rrsma Simms and Mr*.
Helen Washington; tvo on?. William and
Charles Simms; one si.ncr. Mrs. Clara Car
ter. and a host o; other relatives and
friend? Remain? i^tur. at 7 18 5rd «».
n.e Friday, August r t'ter 6 p.m. Fu
neral Saturday. Auzu. f 28. at 9 a m., from
Holy Redeemer Catnohc Cnureh. New York
aye. and M st. n.w. Interment Mount '
OITvet Cemetery. 27 J
SMITH. CHARLES E. Suddenly, dn
Wednesday. August 25. 1948. CHARLE8 E.
SMITH of 5819 Hayes xt. n.e.. Apt. 2..
beloved husband of Annyelie E. Smitn. de
voted lather of Chari'? Smith, Jr. Also
MirVivinu air one M.s.er. Mri Rosetta
Minor; two brother1. Mack and Willy.
Smith; other relatives and many friends.!
Notice of luneial h.ter. AnangeuituU I
by McGuire. 27
SMI Mi. LEWIS. Sudd* uly on Monday.
August 25. 194 8 ui Casualty Hospital.1
i.r.WlB SMIlii. lo\ina husband of Mr* ;
Rebecca Smith, devoted father of Mrs. Isa-!
del No/.arm. -on ul Mrs. Anna Bell Smith,
brother u: Mr*. Mora Young. Mrs. Cora
Storey. Mon:n>. James. Hot id and Henry
Ft. Smith Other relatives and a host of
friends also mourn his departure. Re
main? resting at the John T. Rhinea & Co.
Funeral Home. 221 North Patrick st.. Alex
andria. Va . until Thursday, August 26. at
5 p.m ; Thereafter at his late residence. 124
South Barton ?f.. Arlington. Va.. where
relatives and friend* may call. Funeral
Friday. Aurusr 27. st 1 p.m.. from St.
John's Baptist Church Arlington. Va.. Rev.
.iames h Marshall officiating. Intermrn'
Arlington National Cemetery. 26
smiih. LEWIS. Members and friend*
of the Doris Miller Post. No. 104. the
Ameriran-Lemnp, pie invited to be presen'
P’Mday, Autusi .’7, 1918. at 8 p.m. at
-hr home of our late comrade, LEWIS
SMITH. 124 Barton at. south. Arlington.
Va. Services will be rendered by the
fellow Legionnaires. ‘.’7
STALCl.P. GENERAL G. On Tuesday.
August 24. 1948, at his residence 4 in:;
Longlellow st., fcyattsviile. Md., GENERAL
G. STALCUP. beloved husband of Get-!
trude E. Stalcup tnee *Clauasen) and la
ther of Mrs. Alma E. Pieplow and Ulysses
U. SUlcun Friends may call at Wm. J.1
Nallty s Funeral Homt. 2200 Rhode Island
a\e a: Eastern ave. n.e.. where services
wdl be held on Incav August 27. at \
no. Ktl.iiives him! liieiuis invited. Iu
lerinenL Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 2(5
ST-tCHUNS. .U SSt T. On Tuesday. All
»u>l 24 I 948 at In - risHleficf 1.2,V.' Luiii- ;
felloe m. n.w T. STEPHENS. be
loved hu.'band of the laie^Mary A. Steph
ens j*nd lather of Mi. . John J Guinn and
Edward T. Stepl'-ns. Funeral irom tht
W W. Deal Funeral Home. 48 12 Georgia
. te n.v . on Friday. August 27, hi 2 p.m.
Rtlalurs and friends invited. Intenneut
in Corn ressional Cemetery. 26
STEPHENS. JESSE T. A special com
munication of Naval Lodge. No.
4. F. A. A. M . is called at 1
p m. Friday. Augu: t 27. 1948.
for the purpose of conducting
the funeral of our late brother.
JESSE T. STEPHENS By order
of the worshipful master.
ROLAND M RROWN. Secretary. 20
STEPHENS. JESSE T. A special con
c’sve of Washington Com
r a msndery. No. 1. K. T.. is called
fur Thursday. August 26. 1948.
at 7 p.m.. at Masonic Temple,
sot ’j.U.h st. n.w . for the pur
pose of conduct if g Templar
service* for our late frater. JESSE T.
STEPHENS, at. 8 p.m, at the W. W. Deal,
Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w..
where his remains are now resting. Full
Templar uniform.
EMERSON B WISE Commander.
Attest: WM T. BALLARD. Recorder. 20
STEWART. MAUDE J. On Tuesday. Au
gust 24, 1948. at Providence Hospital.
MAUDE J. STEWART, beloved wife of the
lute John Ellery Stewart, mother of Mrs. 1
Mae Hell. Leon J. and Samuel W. Stewart. -
Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home
4th si. and Mass avt. u.t where service
will be held on Friday August 27. at 2 1
p.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 26
STL WART, WILLIE JANE. Suddenly
on Tuesda.v. August 24. 1948 WILLIE
JANE STEWART, beloved wife of the late
Charles H. Stewart of 54 Bates st. n.w.
Funeral Horn the W. K Huniemann Fu
neral Home. 57.22 Georgia ave. n.w. on:
Friday. August 27. at 2 p.m. Relative*
and friends invited to attend. Interment
Glenwood Cemetery. 26
STICRNEY. ROBERT LESLIE. On Tues
day. August 24. 1948. at hi* home, m
Wayne. Mich.. ROBERT LESLIE STICK -
NEY. tort r-t R'be-i Stfckner. Friend.* may
call at Gawlei ? Chapel. J 756 Pa. eve. n.w .
after 5 p m. Thursday. August 26. Rent
iers will he held et the above chaoel on
Friday. August 27. at 2'p.m. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemeterv. 26
TRUMBLE. JOHN. On Tuesday. August
24 1948, at Emergency Hospital. JOHN
TRUMBLE of Burke. Va . beloved father
of Mrs. Ethel Stewart of Baltimore. Md..
and brother of H-.-rry F Trumble of Wash
• me ton. D C.. and- Lawrence B Trumble
of Burke- Vt. Mineral on Friday Augu *
27 at 2 p.m., from The Everiy huiur.il
Home huuiax. Va Inlenncui lairiux
Cemetery
VON DOLUKE. Ll'DWIG W. On Wed
nesday, August 2.7 1W48. at George W*mi
iuglou University Hospital, LUDWIG W.
VON DCLCKE. husband of Rc.se Vor.
Dolcke and natlif-r Sylvia Von Dokk*
and Morton J. Moore Friends may tail
at Gawler* Funeral Home. 1 T.SH Ps, avr.
nw. where services a ill be held on Sat
urday. August *2*. st 1 o.m. Interrupt
Prospect. Hill Cemetery °7
WALKER. SUSAN BELLE. On Ti f ? r
August- *24. 1P4E. at Sibley M error"* I Hr -
pitsl- SUE AN PFLLE WAT TIT;. ' - -d
mother of He mon tvei^r rf Fr*bb n-' *lc.
Minn.: Mrs. Ralph Orr-: ~rd Mri Ken
neth Leinmger of Greercest’e. Ps.: Miss
Rebecca Walker of Lewi town. Pa.; Mrs
Lewis Ensming°r. Mrs. Mark RMlins- Mr.
Harry Hassinger Aina M'ry Ftoglr.
George F Walker, jr.. and Harry L
Walker, all of Washington D. C. A!:o
surviving are eleven grandchildren and one
Treat-grandson. Services at the Mercers
burg Funeral Home on Friday. Ausust 27.
at JO a.in. Interment at Fairview Ceme
tery. Meiccrsburg. Pa. •
WHITTINGTON. RAYMOND T. Entered
:uw eternal rest on Monday, August 2d.
1S48. RAYMOND T. WHITTINGTON of
;70 M It. s.e., beloved son of Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond T Whittington sr.; brother of
Mary and Joseph Whittington. He also
is survived by lu* grandparents, other rel
atives and many frj^pds. Remains res line
*t the John T Rnines Ai Co. Funera?
Home, hrd and Eye at*, s.w. Friends me:
call *t his lat* residence on Friday. Au
gust 27. after i v.w. Funeral Saturday.
! Aurtl’t 2£. *• I nm. from the Simmr
Memorial Church. Rev. Rverrtf Sirv#«nsrn
officiating. Interment Harmony Cemetery.
27
Mrs. Laura Hicks Koop
Funeral Services Today
Funeral service* for Mrs. Laura
Hicks Koop. 78, mother of Theodore
F. Koop, Washington news editor
of the Columbia Broadcasting Sys
tem. were to be held at 2:30 p.m.
today in the chapel of the Joseph
Gawler Sons funeral home, 1736
Pennsylvania avenue N.W.
Mrs. Koop, a resident of Wash
ington since coming here 12 years
ago with her son, from their home
in Montieello, Iowa, died Tuesday
night in her home in the Woodley
Park Towers, 2737 Devonshire place
N.W. She had been ill for . two
months.
The widow of Frederick W. Koop,
an Iowa mechant, who died in 1913,
Mrs. Koop had maintained her home
in Montieello until coming here.
She was a native of that city and
received her education there.
Her son has been director of news
and public affairs for CBS here
since January. He previously was
employed as an editor with the
Associated Press and with the Na
tional Geographic Magazine.
In addition to her son, Mrs. Koop
is survived by two daughters, Mrs.
E. D. Merikle of Tucson, Ariz., and
Mrs. A. H. Johnson of Ottumwa,
Iowa.
Burial will be Saturday In Montt
cello.
Helen Worthing Dies;
Ziegfeld Star of '20s
By the Assoc toted Frees
LOS ANGELES. Aug. 26.— Death
has taken the wan. faded Helen
Lee Worthing, who in the golden
20s was a bright star with the Zieg
feld "Follies" and acclaimed by
Mary Pickford as one of America's
most beautiful girls.
She was found dead in bed last
night of natural causes. She was
living in the three-room home of
Jerry Oro. 39-year-old Filipino, who
..aid he had been her friend for
10 years. She was 47.
The former Louisville girl had
gone ftom the Broadway stage to
the movies when she marreid Dr.
Eugene Nelson. Los Angeles Negro
physician, in Tijuana, Mexico, in
1928. Seven years later they were
divorced. After that ahe was ar
rested many times on liquor and
narcotics charges.
In her tiny room were yellowed
clipping* depicting the rise, and
quick fall, of the dancer. On the
wail beside her bed were pitiful at
tempts at water-color painting. On
the living room wall was a single,
large, silver-framed portrait of her,
taken more than two decades ago,
which reflected the beauty that
made her the subject of many a
toast.
Mothers Challenge
Baby Diet Advice
The British Food Ministry doesn’t
know much about raising babies,
according to mothers and nutrition
consultants who have read its re
cent, pamphlet on "How to plan
meals for children from 1 to 3
years.”
It. suggests three level tablespoons
of meat, three times a week, four
eggs a week (though a child's offi
cial ration is only three) and other
quantities of potatoes and other
vegetables.
B ratlin
d.l?,ASi2« SI;a°d HoVpnVr
LliWIS H WILLIAMS, 8r. ol Sl"3 P| «b
»■» beloved husband of Ruth W. Wll
*°,u ,of Mrs. Mary J. Bolden, devoted
if1]1?* 01 ,L**1*„H . Jr.; Lawience D. and
Gieshan I. Williams. Ajso surviving are
three sisters, Mrs. Irene Kerr. Mrs Bea
ll ice West and Mrs. Delia 81mpson; one
granddaughter. Dolores Williams: other
relatives and many friends. After noon
Fudsy friends are Invited to call at the
McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th si n *■
Service* Saturday. Auaust 28, at 1' p m '
at. People a Congregational Church. M st'
between 8th and 7th ats. n.w. Interment
Harmony Cemetery. “»
YODER. CHARLES CHESTER. Sudden
ly. on Tuesday August 24. 1948. at Wei
ien g Hospital. Laurel. Md.. CHARLES
CHESTER YODER, the beloved husband of
Esther M Yoder, father of Mrs. Ellen M.
Richardson. Mrs. Esther M. Sutnhin and
Mr*. Charlotte Frances 8hyrock. Remains
renting at Chambers’ Funeral Home, 6801
Cleveland ave. Rlverdale. Md., until
Thursday, August 36. at J :;iO p.m. 8erv.
ices at Biancnville Methodist Church at •»
P.m. Interment Washington National Cem
etery. .j#
ZLLLg CARRIE M. On Wednesday, Au
gust ‘.6, 1948, at her residence. itjjH Que
si n.w . CARRIE M. ZELL, beloved mother
of Harriett Zell and sister of Mrs John
J. Fainter, ji Services at the 8. H. Hines
Co. Funeral Home, 3901 14th st. n.w., on
Friday August •!:. at 8:39 a.m.: thence to
bl. Paul s Catholic Church. 16th mud V *i.«
11 •*’ • where the holy sacrifice of the marts
will be offered at 9 a m. /or the repose of
her soul Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
tery. Services and interment private
Please oum flowers.
in Mrimiriaut
BELL. SPUK^toN. In loving mem
ory of our husband and step
father. SPUROEON BELL, who
deparied this life four years
ago today, August 36. J944.
There is a vacancy in our home.
One who is precious is gone;
That voice we loved to hear ia atilled.
And that vacant place can never be filled
HIS LOVING Wire, JUANITA BELL, AND
STEPDAUGHTER. JUNE JONES.
BOGGS. CATHERINE H. In memory of
our beloved mother and mother-in-law.
CATHERINE H. BOGGS, who passed away
seven year* ago today. August 36. JP41.
Gone, but never forgotten.
YOUR DAUGHTER AND 80N-IN-LAW.
MARY AND JOE.
CHASE. ANITA ELIZA AND BRYSON
WARD. A tribute of love and reverence to
the memory of our beloved mother. ANITA
ELIZA CHASE, who left us seventeen years
ago today. August 36. 1931. and our de
voted father. BRYSON WARD CHASE, who
departed ibis life on November 31, 1931.
Time passes, but sweet memories live.
VALERIE JIM AND EUGENE. •
CREW', LOUISE D. Sacred to the blessed
memory of our loved uue- LOUISE D.
CREW, who left ua five years ago today
August 36. 1943.
The door may close, the walls conceal.
But nothing is lost, that’s truly real;
She still is ours, our loved one.
She waits Tor us beyond the wall.
HER DEVOTED FAMILY.
ERNST. JOHN. In loving remembrance
of our dear husband and father. JOHN
ERNST. who Da.'Scd away twenty-fotr
years arro today. August 36, 1924.
As time coes on we miss you more.
DEVOTED WIFE AND CHILDREN •
GORDON. LOUISE B. In loving mem
ory of our dear mother. LOUISE B. GOR
DON. who passed away one year ago today
August 36. 1947.
Dear mother, we miss you.
We miss your smiling face:
There is a place In our home
That, will never be filled.
Mav your soul reat In peace.
YOUR LOVING CHILDREN. LOUISE AND
CARROLL GORDON.
KRAUSE. ADELAIDE. In loving mem
or o. my dear wile, ADELAIDE KRAUSE
«n - Ca&eyV who left this mortal slier*
liner .veils ago today. August 36. 1946
In memory 1 will see you ever.
1 miss you now. my heart is sore.
A- liiiie goes by I miss you more:
Your loviftt smile, your gentle face.
No one can fill your vacant olace.
YOT1R DEVOTED HU8BAND, EMIL
KRAUS’® *
SIMPLON. BEATRICE c. In dear and
loving memory of my dear wife. BEATRICE
r STMPSON. who departed this life foi:
v-n- - sen today. August 26, 1044.
Shr bad a smile for every one.
A hrprt ps pure as gold:
To thne* who !;n*w end lO'*d her.
H^r n”'n’fi’‘r will neve- grow rid.
HUSBAND AND FAMILY. *
SYPHAX. MARCELLC* M. Sacred r
tb* Termor* of my beloved husband, MAF
CALLUS M. SYPHAX. who passed to th'
Great Brvonri twelve yefcrs ago today. Au
gust 26. innr*.
The lore you gave me many years
Shall never from me depart:
Though you have gone beyond my reach.
You are always in my heart.
WIFE. NOVELLA J. SYPHAX.
WASHINGTON. WlUJAM J. In mem
ory of our dear husband and father. WIL
LIAM J. WASHINGTON, who departed this
life four years ago today. August 26. 1#44.
Loved in life remembered in deith.
YOUR LOVING WIFE AND DAUGHTER •
WILLIAMS. JESSIE L. In sad but lov
ng memory of our devoted mother. JESSIE
L. WILLIAMS, "'ho passed away fifteen
years aso, Ausu"* ‘16. lortfl.
God care us e. wonderful mother.
One nf »hr world** best.
And when her worfc on earth we* done
He e%ii«d her home ‘o rest.
EARNEST. JOSEPH AND NORRIS
LA CROSSE, WIS.—BISHOP
DIES—The Mo<*t Rev. Alex*
ander James McGavick, 85.
oldest Roman Catholic bishop
in the United States, died here
yesterday. —AP Wirephoto.
Heart Failure Blamed
In Union Chief's Death
By the Associated Press
MANCHESTER, England, Aug. 26.
—An autopsy revealed today that
heart failure caused the death Tues
day of Henry Stevenson, 69. presi
dent of the Moulders and Foundry
Workers' Union of North America.
Manchester City Coroner Jessel
Rvcroft said an inquest would not
be necessary.
Mr. Stevenson died unexpectedly
at his hotel herq. a few hours after
attending a theater with a group of
English trade union leaders.
Arrangements are being made to
return the body to Cincinnati; where
he lived.
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Mrs. Harry Pasternak,
Wife of Grocer, Dies
Mrs. Sarah Pasternak, 75, wife of
Harry L. Pasternak, Washington
grocer, died yesterday at Garfield
Hospital after an illness of a week.
She lived at 727 Emerson street
N.W.
Mrs. Pasternak was born in Po
land and came to this country with
her husband in 1921. Mr. Paster
nak operates a grocery store at 520
Florida avenue N.W.
She was a member of Ladies'
Auxiliary of Kesher Israel Congre
gation.
Besides her husband, she is sur
vived by four daughters, Mrs. Isaac
Cymes of 821 Twenty-second street
N.W.. Mrs. Benny Lemer of the
Emerson street address, Mrs. Sam
uel Horowits. 10009 Lorraine ave
nue, Silver Spring, Md.. and Mrs.
Abe Kaplinsky of 1937 Somerset
place N.W.; a son, Joseph Pasternak
of 1219 Missouri avenue N.W., and
five grandchildren.
Funeral services were to be held
at noon today at the Danzansky fu
neral home, 3501 Fourteenth street
N.W., with burial in Georgetown
Congregation Cemetery.
Runaway Baby Sleeps
When his baby buggy ran away
down a steep hill in Buckingham.
England, swung round a bend and
stopped outside the Town Hall, one
year-old Harold White slept soundly
through the whole episode.
Franklin Booth Dies;
Noted Illustrator
ly AisociatW Pr*»i
NEW YORK, Aug. 26 —Franklin
Booth, 64, artist famed for his pen
line drawings and reproduction of
line designs on metal, died yester
day.
An illustrator for magazines and
books, his works appeared in
Scribner's Magazine, Harper’s, Col
lier’s and others..
He also illustrated one edition of
the Harvard Classics 5-foot book
shelf and Theodore Dreiser's "A
Hoosier Holiday."
Indiana-born/Mr. Booth began
his professional career in 1899. win
ning an international reputation
later with his pen-and-ink illus
uBuuiiA auu uesigns,
In New York he wu affiliated
with the Reynolds Metal Co. in
developing a process of permanent
reproduction of line design on
aluminum and tiles.
He was a founder, trustee and
vice president of the Phoenix Art
Institute in New York.
He is survived by his widow. Mrs.
Beatrice Booth; a brother, Fred
erick Booth of Dayton Beach. Fla.,
and two sisters, Miss Elizabeth
Booth, Concord, N. H., and Mrs.
Paula Christian, Edinburg, Ind.
Mr. Booth’s works are displayed
in Washington at the Corcoran Gal
lery of Art. Smithsonian Institution
snd Library of Congress.
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The first burglary In the history
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W. Swart's store was broken into,
$40 in cash stolen and $400 worth
of damage done.
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