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BAKER. GARY. On Thursday. Octo ber 14. 1948. at Galllnger Hospital. GARY BAKER ol 6 Logan Circle n.w., Apt. 9. beloved mother of Mrs. Ophelia Eaton. Mrs. Mary Lewis. Mrs. Ellen Johnson. Mrs Hortense Hull and Mrs. Martha Jackson; stepmother of Mrs. Lillian Thomas and Nelson Bush. Also surviving are a brother. Frank Gatewood; three grandchildren, one great-grandchild and other relatives and many friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by McGuire. 16 BALLARD. ROBERT THRIFT. On Wed nesday. October 13, 1948, at Arlington County Hospital. ROBERT THRIFT BAL LARD of Vienna. Va.. the beloved husband of Georgia Blanche Ballard. Remains resting at Chambers' Funeral Horne, 3072 M st. n.w.. until Saturday. October 16. at 1:30 p.m. Services at the Brethren Church. Oakton, Va.. at 2:30 p.m. Inter ment Flin* Hill Cemetery. Oakton, Va. 15 BUHLER. LOUISE OBENDOF. Sudden ly. on Thursday, October 14. 1948. at her residence. 3622 S st. n.w., LOUISE OREN DOF BUHLER. beloved wile ol the late Richard Titus Buhler. Funeral services at the V. L Speare Co., 1009 H st. n.w., on Saturday, October 16, at 11 a.m. In terment private. BULLIS. WILLIAM J. On Friday. Oc tober 15. 1948. WILLIAM J. BULLIS of 4109 Legation st. n.w.. beloved husband of Cynthia Rowley Bullls. father of William F BulliS. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Mon day. October 18. at 10 a.m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 17 BURKE, HORACE D. On Wednesday, October 13, 1948. at his residence, 640 Eye st. s.e.. HORACE D BURKE, beloved husband of Minnie W. Burke, stepfather of Mrs. Glace W. Perry and Mrs. John J. Hill, brother of Mrs. Lucy Kettle. He also Is survived by four grandchildren. Services at the James T. Ryan Funeral Heme. 317 Pa ave. s.e.. on Monday, Oc tober 18. at 1 p m. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. —16 CARSON. WILLIAM A. On Thursday. October 14. 1948. at Prince Georges Hos pital. Cheverly. Md.. WILLIAM A. CAR SON of 6105 44th ave., Hyattsville. Md.. beloved husband of Viola Carson and fa ther of Dorothy V. Baker. Mr. Carson Tests at Gaschs Funeral Home. Hyattsville. Md. Notice ol funeral later. CATTERTON. RICHARD F. On Thurs day. October 14. 1«*8. at his residence. Upper Marlboro. Md.. RICHARD F. CAT TERTON. husband of the late Carrie E. Catterton. beloved father of Edward. Oden, Eldrldge. Roy and Herbert Catterton: Mrs. Mary Catterton. Mrs. Blanche E. Moore. Mrs. Nellie Norfolk and Mrs. Beulah Car ver. Services at Chambers' Funeral Home, 517 11th st. s.e.. on Sunday, October 1<, at 12:30 p.m.; thence to Mount Harmony Methodist Church. Mount Harmony, Md.. where services will be held at 2 p.m. Rel atives and friends invited. Interment^ in church cemetery-. 17 CAUSEY. FREDERICK P. On Thurs day. October 14. 1048. FREDERICK P. CAUSEY of 5616 Wilson lane. Bethesda, Md . beloved husband of Mildred E. Causey and father of Frederick P.. jr.. and Ann Elizabeth Causey. Remains resting at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Wm. Reuben Pumphrey. Bethesda. Md , where funeral services will be held Sat urday. October 16, at 3:30 p.m Interment private. CLEPHANE. LT. COMDR. LEWIS P. On October 3. 1948. mParu, Prance. Lt. Comdr. LEWIS P. CLEPHANE, husband ol Rosebud Clephane He also Is survived by his brother. Walter C. Clephane. Friends may call at Gawler s Chapel. 1756 Pa. aye. n.w.. prior to the funeral services, wh’ch will be held in the chapel at Fort Myer. Va., on Mon day. October 18. at 2 p.m. Interment at Arlington National Cemetery, with military honors. l' COLLIER. FRANK W. On Friday. Oc tober 15 1948. at Providence Hospital. FRANK W. COLLIER, beloved husband ol Gretta Collier, lather ol Mrs. Florence Hanback and Wilson F. Collier. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where services will be held on Monday. October 18. at 2 p_.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. It DARDEN. TOUSSAINT L. On Tuesay. October 12. 1948. TOUSSAINT L. DAR DEN, son ol the late Sarah and Furnie Darden. Surviving are Mrs. Vesta B. Morgan. Miss Crettie Darden, ten other sisters and many other relatives and lrlends. Services and interment at Mount1 Olive, N. C. Arrangements by McGuire. DAY. ANNIE. On Thursday. October 14, 1948. at her residence. 1118 Holbrook at n.e . ANNIE DAY. beloved wife of the late Nicholas Day. mother of Deal. Ai- [ bert and Michael Day. Friends may call; at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th at. and Mass. ave. n.e.. until 1:30 p.m. Monday, October 18. Services at St. George s Syrian Church. 1009 8th st. n.w.. at g pm. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 17 DITTMAR. FREDA. On Thursday, Oc tober 14. 1948. at her residence. 4ol0 North Dittmar rd.. Arlington, Va., FREDA DITTMAR, beloved daughter of the late; Oustave and Blanche Dittmar and sister-. in-law ol Nona Dittmar. Remains resting at the Ives Funeral Home, 284, Wilson blvd.. Arlington. Va.. where funeral serv-: Ices will be held Monday. October 18. at; 11 a.m. Interment Columbia Gardens Cemetery. 17 DORLAND. LESLIE A. On Wednesday October 13. 1848, at Emergency hospital, LESLIE A. DORLAND ol 2500 South Ives st.. Arlington. Va.. beloved husoand ol Edna H. Dorland lather of Chalmers Leslie Dorland ol Alexandria. Va.: toward Metcalfe Dorland. Cirk Arnold Dorland and Mrs. E. E. Smith, all of Arlington, Va : brother of Harold Dorland of Des Moines. Iowa, and Mrs. F. J. Gralenberg of West Union. loWa. Remains resting at the S. H. Hines. Oo. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w. Services at Fort Myer «>1Ttt V tote°rasentnA?ling|»n | Suddenly^* of Charles Elliott, mother of Colbert Elliott. She also Is survived by one sister, one niece and many other relatives and friends. Notice of funeral later. Ar rangements by Henry S. Washington St ESTELLE. LEE. On Wednesday, Octo ber 13, 1818. at Doctors Hospital. LEE Estett.t.f beloved husband of Helen F. Estelle of 1430 Rhode Island ave -n.w., son of Mrs. Christy B. Estelle and brother of Mary Lee Estelle. Funeral from the Collins Funeral Home. 3821 14th at. n.w., on Saturday. October 16, at 9:45 a.m. Requiem mass at Et. Mathew s Cathedral at 10-18 a.m. Relatives and friends in vited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. FULLER. WILLIAM CARLTON. On Wednesday. October 13. 1948 2at his resi dence, 3723 S st. r. w.. WILLIAM CARL TON'FULLER. beloved husband ol Mary Elma Fuller, father of Helen Joyce and Shirley Ann Fuller, son of Mr and Mrs A W Fuller, brother of Harold and Alvls Wood Fuller and Mrs. Blair Worsham. Remains resting at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th at. mw., where services will be held on Friday, October 15, at 3 p.m. Interment Danville. Va. GABLE. ROSE. On Thursday. October j 14. 1948. at her residence, 4420 Greenwich parkway n.w.. beloved wife of Byron S. Gable, slater of Louis F. Bauer. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w., on Sunday, October 17. at 3 p.m. Interment Zlonsvllle, Pa. (Allentown. Pa., papers please copy.) 17 GAINES. LUCIUS. On Thursday, Oc tober 14, 1948. at his residence, 421 South Pitt st.. Alexandria. Va.. LUCIUS OAINE8. husband of the late Harriett T. Gaines, father of C. M. Gaines and Mrs. Anna King. He alao leaves atx grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains may be viewed at the Odd Fellows Hall. South Columbus st.. Alexandria, Va. Saturday. October 16, from 10 to 1 p.m,, where fu neral services will be held at 1:30 p.m.,. Rev C. 8. Briggs officiating^ _ „ GROOMES. ELDER GEORGE ROY. On Tuesday. October 12, 1948, at his residence. 904 64th ave. n.e . Elder GEORGE ROY GROOMES. devoted husband of Mrs. Ber tha A. Groomes. father of Mrs. Bernice Samuels and Mrs Dorothy Knowles, broth er of Mrs. Repflla Crafton. Bertram and Ellsworth Groomes: father-in-law of Grandville Knowles and George Samuels. Also surviving are many other relatives and friends. After 8 p.m. Saturday. Oc tober 16. friends may call at his late resi dence. Funeral Monday. October 18, at 12:30 p.m.. from Saints' Assembly Church, 4024 Minnesota ave. n.e.. Bishop Under wood. pastor. Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. Arrangements by .the Brooks & Allen Funeral Home._1 < FUNERAL DIRECTORS. V. L. SPEARE CO. 1009 H St. N.W, Jim. J. William Lee’s Sons Co. «tb and May. at«. W « U. B10« FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium FRANK GEIER'S SON CO. FUNERAL HOME 1605 14th St NW HOb&rt 2116 NEW ENLARGED PARLORS Formerly at 1113 7th 8t N.W E»tabilsh«d I8B1 FUNERAL DESIGNS. CHACONAS FLOWERS Bountiful 7LORAL PIECES. *5.00 and DELIVERED SBOS l«tb St. N.W. Phone DC. 7181 GUDE BROS. CO. IndlTldaaUy destined Wreaths and Sprays Charce accounts opened by pheu. 1818 P St. N.W.—NAtlonal «87« GEO. C. SHAFFER. Inc. expressive floral tributes at moderate prices, phone na. OlOfl Cor. 14th & Eye °end Sunday*' COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE SPRAYS *4?“ RALEIGH FLOWER SHOP Raleigh Hotel, 12th & Pa. Are. Sterling 6099 CEMETERY LOTS. CEMETERY LOT. Cedar Hill. *450 cash; * sites, value, (QUO. Call eves.. AD. 5474. __lft» SaTIONAL MEMORIAL PARK, Falls Church—Lots of 4 rTave sites In beautiful front section; 20ft discount, cash sale, to Rattle estate. GL. 0264. eves. —18 • Hratfyc HARBIN, BERTRAND J. Suddenly, on Thursday, October 14. 1948, at Edge water, Md„ BERTRAND J. HARBIN, be loved husband of Margaret C. Harbin, fa ther of Norman W. Harbin, brother of Mrs. Ruth Joy of Port Myers. Fla. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e., where services will be held on Saturday. October 16. at 2 p.m. Interment Congressional Cemetery. HARBIN, BERTRAND J. A special com munication of Columbia Lodge. No. 285. A. F. & A. M , Arling ton. Va . is called at 12:60 p.m. Saturday. October 16, 1948. for the purpose of conducting Ma sonic services at the funeral of our late brother. BERTRAND J. HARBIN. J. H. NUTTYCOMBE, Master. HARPER. HATTIE HESTER. On Thurs day. October 14. 1948. at her residence, 1967 14th st. n.w.. HATTIE HESTER HARPER, beloved mother of Mrs. Laura Haywood. Mrs. Annie Barnes, Mrs. No vella Malone. Mrs. Hazel Wells. Mrs. Hat tie Williams and James Clifton: sister of Mrs. Mary Jones. Mrs. Mittie Davis. Mrs. Gertrude Alexander of Charlotte. N. C.. and F. C. Hester. She also leaves grand children, other relatives and friends. No tice of funeral later. Arrangements by W. Ernest Jarvis Co. HARRISON, WILEY. On Tuesday. Oc tober 12, 1948. at bis residence, 1023 50th st. n.e.. WILEY HARRISON, beloved hus band of Frances Harrison. He also is sur vived by three sisters, four brothers, six sisters-in-law, four brothers-in-law and many other relatives and friends. Re mains resting at his late residence after 5 p.m. Saturday. October 16. Funeral Sun day. October 17. at 1:30 p.m.. from the Springfield Baptist Church. 6th and P sts. n.w.. Rev. Gallman. pastor. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Greenwood, S. C. 15 HENDERSON. GENER. On Wednesday. October 13. 1948. at Cleveland, Ohio, GENER HENDERSON. beloved mother of Sam. Isom. John. Haskel. Harold. Telfus and Audrey Henderson: Martha Cureton. Lillie Mae Johnson. Allle Durham and Vashtl Morton. She also leaves other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church, 14.32 You st. n.w.. after 9 a m. Saturday, October 16. Funeral services Saturday. October 16. at 3 p.m.. at Mount Jezreel Baptist Church. 5th and E sts. s.e.. Rev. L. T. Hughes officiating. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. HOPKINS, MARY JANE KATRINA TOLIVER. On Thursday. October 14. 1948. at her residence. 1104 Sumner rd. s.e.. MARY JANE KATRINA TOLIVER HOPKINS, beloved wife of Arthur J. Hop kins. She also leaves many other rela tives and friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by W. Ernest Jarvis Co. HUDSON. GEORGIA KNOX. On Wed nesday. October 13, 1948. at Emergency Hospital. GEORGIA KNOX HUDSON, wife of D. Hura Hudson and mother of Mft. Catherine Berry Colemen and Mrs. Nancy Berry Davy. Friends may call at Gawler's Chapel. 1756 Pa. ave. n.w., where services will be held on Saturday. October 16. at 10 a.m. Interment private. 15 JOHNSON. DR. NATHANIEL. Suddenly, on Tuesday, October 13. 1948, Dr. NA THANIEL JOHNSON of 150 Rhode Island ave. n.w.. Apt. 11. loving husband of Mrs. Evangeline G. Johnson, devoted father of Mr. N. Ie Count Johnson and Miss J. La Vergne Johnson, brother of Mrs Harriett Williamson of Los Angelea. Calif., and Mr. Paul Johnson of New York City. Other relatives and friends also survive. Remains resting at the John T. Rhlnes & Co. Funeral Home. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. Relatives and mends may call on Friday. October 16. after 3 p.m. Funeral services Saturday. October 16. at 1 p.m.. Rev. A*. H. Birch officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 15 JOHNSON. NATHANIEL. A special com “ munication of Charles Datcher Lodge. No 15. F. A. A. M , will be held in the Masonic Temple, 10th and You sts. n.w.. Satur day. October 16. 1948. at 11:30 am., for the pURpose of con ducting the Masonic funeral serv ice for our late brother. NATHANIEL JOHNSON. All officers meet at the temple, members at the John T. Rhlnes & Co. Fu neral Home. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w.. at | 12:30 p.m.. By order of the worshipful! master WILLIAM W BARNES. Attest: CLARENCE A. NIXON. Sec. JONES, GEORGE HOPKINS. On Thurs day. October 14. 1048. at Montgomery County General Hospital, GEORGE HOP KINS JONES, aged 75 years, of 3124 Patterson pi n.w.. Washington. D. C . son !cf the late William and Margaret Jones of i Brookevllle. Md.: beloved husband of Florae Craver Jones and father of Mr*. John Schultz of Washington, D. C. Fu 1 r.eral services on Saturday. October 16. at 2 p.m.. at the Roy W. Barber Funeral j Home. Laytonsvllle. Md. Interment Salem ! Cemetery, Brookeville. Md. JONES. HELEN ELIZABETH. On Wed nesday, October 13. 1948, HELEN ELIZA BETH JONES of 1024 Park rd. n.w., daughter of the late Robert and Elizabeth McCall Dyson, mother of Hugh E. Jones, sister of Emily Dyson, grandmother of Keith Jones, foster daughter of Mrs. Jen nie Webster and foster sister of Roberta Roane of Philadelphia. Pa. Friends may j call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral J Church. 14.32 You at. n.w.. after 1 p.m.; Friday. October 15. Funeral services on baturcay. October 16. at lo a m., at the I above funeral church. Rev. Dillard Brown officiating. Relatives and friends Invited. 15 LAWSON. DEBORAH HICKMAN. On Thursday. Octobea 14. 1948. at her resi dence. .3419 24th st. n.e.. DEBORAH HICKMAN LAWSON, beloved wife of Wil fred E. Lawson, mother of Edmond E. Law son of Left Angelea. Calif.: sister of Harry R. (Jack) Hickman. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th at. n.w.. on Saturday. October 16. at 2 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 16 LEE. MARIE LL'LIE. On Thursday. Oc tober 14. 1948. at Providence Hodpltal. MARIE LULIE LEE, beloved wife of the late Wilson Lee. mother of Mrs. Bessie Bowersox and Mrs. Grace Franks, sister of Mrs. Alice Robins, grandmother of Mrs. Evelyn Neill. Mrs. Louise Bowersox and Mr. Llnwood Bowersox. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n e„ where services will be held on Monday, October 18. at 11 a m. Interment Fdrt Lincoln Cemetery. 17 LEVIN, PVT. SOLOMON D. On April 12. 1942. at Bataan, Pvt. SOLO- , MON D. LEVIN, son of Leah R. and Jacob B Levin and brother of Joseph I. and Isadore H.! Levin and Mrs. Esther R Peters. I Funeral services at the Bernard j Danzansky & Son Funeral Home. , 3501 14th st. n.w.. on Sunday. October 17, 1948, at 1 p.m. Interment National Cap ital Hebrew Cemetery. Please omit > (flowers. 17 | LEVIN. PVT. SOLOMON D. The D C. — Department of the Jewish War | Veterans of the United States j requests members of all posts , to attend funeral services for the late Pvt. SOLOMON D. LEVIN, to be held at the Ber nard Danzansky A Son Funeral Howie. 3501 14th st. n.w., on Sunday. October 17. 1948. at 1 p.m. LOUIS GOLDBERG. Commander. FALK HARMEL. Adjutant. 17 LUDWIG, IOLANTHE VANDERMARK. On Thursday. October 14. 1948. at the Washington Sanitarium. IOLANTHE VAN DERMARK LUDWIO. beloved mother of Mrs. Janice L. Davies and Mrs. Helena L. Penxa of Baltimore. Md. Friends may call at the Takoma Funeral Home. 254 Carroll st.. Takoma Park. D. C.. where servioes will be held on Saturday. October 16. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. In terment George Washington Memorial Cemetery. 15 MACKEY. MABEL. Departed this life Wednesday. October 13. 1948. after a brief illness. Mrs. MABEL MACKEY of 1426 Corcoran st, n.w. She is survived by a devoted husband Mr. Paul E. Mackey: one daughter, little Vtrletia Mackey, a father and mother. Mr and Mrs. John Joyner: one sister. Miss Mary JoSrner. and a host o! other relatives and friends. The re mains may be viewed at the Hall Bros. Funeral Home. 621 Florida ave. n.w.. Fri day. October 15. after 4 p.m.. where fu neral services will be held at 8 p.m. In terment Farmville. N. C. MASON, WILLIAM. On Wednesday. ! October 13. 1948. at his residence. 829 25th st. n.w.. WILLIAM MASON, beloved I husband of Martha Mason, loving brother i of Nathan Mason. He also leaves many other relatives and friends. Remains may be viewed from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday. October 15. at 2426 Eye st. n.w. Funeral and interment Rocky Mount. N. C. Ar tangements by Campbell s Funeral Home. MeCALL. NATHANIEL WALTER. 8R. (MAC). On Wednesday, October 13, 1948, at his residence, 166 You st. n.w,, NA THANIEL WALTER (MAC) MeCALL, Sr., beloved husband of Luretta McCall, son of Rachel Ford, devoted father of James A. and Nathaniel W. McCall. Jr. Also sur vlvini are one sister, Agnes Tracy; one brother. George H. Ford; four grandchil dren. two daughters-ln-law and other rel atives and friends. After 5 p.m. Friday friends arc Invited to call at his late resi dence. Requiem mass will be offered at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. New York and New Jersey aves. n.w . Saturday. Oc tober 16. at 9 am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Arrangements by Mc Guire. 15 MEIER, KATHERINE BORST. On Thursday. October 14, 1948, at her resi dence. 2000 16th St. n.w , KATHERINE BORST MEIER, beloved wife of the late Charles Meier, sister of Mrs. Guy Chase. Mrs William H. McReynolds and Eugene A. Borst of St. Johnsvllle, N. Y. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Saturday, October 16. at 1 p.m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. MILLER. CRAWFORD. Entered Into rest on Thursday, October 14. 1848, at Oalllnger Hospital. CRAWFORD MILLER, devoted brother of Mesdames Modestlne Marsh. Ceclle Oliver. Ruth Powells, Bernice Woody. Prudence Powell, Effle Barksdale. Clara Ferguson. Isabelle Spriggs and Janie Jones: John. Joe and Ralph Miller. He also is survived by one aunt, one uncle, other relatives and a host of friends. Re mains resting at the John T. Rhlnes dr Co. Funeral Home, 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. No tice of funeral later. 17 MILLER. LEONER. On Tuesday, Octo ber. October 13. 1848, at Garfield Hos pital, LEONER MILLER of 1125 7th st. n.w. She leaves one sister, one brother, eight aunts, three .uncles, six nieces, live nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains are resting at William T. and Ruth B. Tolbert's Funeral Home. 1308 6th st. n.w. Remains will be shipped to Chester. 6. C.. Saturday, Oct<$er 16. for funeral services and interment. • MOBLEY. MARY ELIZABETH (LIZZIE). On Thursday, October 14. 1948, in Sub urban Hospital. MARY ELIZABETH( LIZ ZIE) MOBLEY, beloved wife of Wallace Mobley of Gaithersburg. Md.: mother of William and Jacob Mobley of Gaithers burg. Md.: Mrs. Harvey Ricketts and Mrs. Jessie Ricketts of Rockville. Md.. and Mrs. Benjamih Bavers of Washington. D C. Mr6. Mobley rests at Gartner's Fu neral Home. Gaithersburg. Md., where fu neral services will be held Saturday. Oc tober 16. at 2 p.m. Interment Forest Oak Cemetery. Rites to Be Held Tomorrow For Mrs. Mary B. Green Requiem mass for Mrs. Mary B. Green, 35, administrative cleric in Frankfurt Germany, will be* said at 10 ami. tomorrow at St. James’ Catholic Church, Falls Church, with burial in the church cemetery. Mrs. Green died August 30 in Frankfurt after being hospitalized three weeks. Her home was at 2026 Thirty-seventh street S.E. Mrs. Green went overseas with the Army in April 1946 and was in Vienna before she was transferred to Frankfurt a year ago as adminis trative clerk in the office of the chief of finance. She was born in Kay Moor, W. Va., and came to Washington to live in 1924. She attended the old business high school and was grad uated from George Mason High School in Alexandria. She was a clerk for 10 years with the Public Buildings Administration before she became a civilian employe with the Army. Survivors are two sisters, Mrs. Dwen B. Nichols, of the Thirty seventh street address; Mrs. Alice Sweeney, Jacksonville Beach, Fla., and a brother, Jerry C. Browning, 2717 Knox terrace S.E., an auditor with the American Telephone & Telegraph Co. Rabbi Says jews Place Loyalty to U. S. First An increasing number of Jews “re sent the effort being made to super impose upon American Jewry a sense of obligation to the State of Israel,” Rabbi Irving F. Reichert of San Francisco, vice president of the American Council for Judaism, said last night. “Judaism is a universal religion in which are represented nationals of many lands,” he pointed out in an address to the Washington Chapter of his organization. “For American Jews, there can be only one national interest and one national loyalty—to the United States. Rabbi Reichert acknowledged dif ferences of opinion in American Jewry and said Jewish nationalists in the United States were "entitled to their opinion," N 8*ati?0 ’ O'CONNELL. MARY D. On Tuesday, October 12. 1948, MARY D. O’CONNELL, beloved wife of Daniel O'Connell and mother of Joseph and Marie O'Connell. Funeral from the Timothy Hanlon Fu neral Home, 641 H st. n.e., on Saturday. October 16. at 8:30 a.m. High requiem mass at Holy Name Church at 9 a m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 15 RAYFORD, ANNIE LUE. On Wednes day. October 13, 1948. at her residence, 419 Oakdale pi. n.w , ANNIE LUE RAY FORD, beloved mother'of Mrs. Ruby Hicks, i Mrs. Annie Mae Longwood. Mrs. Ella Clifford. Rudolph. Eugene and Randolph Raylord: sister of Mrs. Runa Robinson. Eugene, Eddie. James and Pete Marsh :Wade. She also leaves eight grandchil dren. five great-grandchildren, other rela tives and friends. Alter 10 a.m. Friday, October 15. friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church, 1432 You at. n.w. Funeral services Saturday. Oc tober 10 .at 12 noon, at the above funeral church. Rev. Samuel W. Coates officiating. Relatives and friends invited. Interment. Lincoln Memorial *Cemetery. ROBINSON. GREGG. On Wednesday, October 13, 1948, at Freedmen’s Hospital, GREGG ROBINSON. He leaves to mourn their loss two sisters. Mrs. Ella Robinson and Mrs. Lucille Evans of Cleveland. Ohio: two brothers. Parker and Alonxa Robin son: five nieces, seven nephews, many other relatives and friends. Funeral Sat urday. October 16. at 1 p.m.. from Boyd’s Funeral Home. 1238 20th st. n.w.. Rev. W. A. 8tewart officiating. 15 ROSS. GARRETT. Departed this life on Wednesday. October 13. 1948. at Gal linger Hospital. GARRETT ROSS of 405 0 st. n.w., beloved husband of Mrs. Elisa beth Ross, father of James E. and Theo dore Ross, brother of Mrs. Helen Winters and Thomas Ross. He also leaves three grandchildren, a daughter-in-law. Mrs. Martha Rots, and other relatives and friends Friends may call after 3 p.m. Friday. October 15. at Ralph Barbour's Funeral Home. 48 K st. n.e.. where fu neral services will be held Saturday, Oc tober 16. at 1:30 p.m. Interment Payne's Cemetery. Family may be seen at 4219 Bennlng rd. n.e. IB SLOCOMBE. CYLDE E. Suddenly, on Thursday. October 14. 1948. at hit resi dence. 3009 Holly at., Alexandria. Va., CLYDE E. SLOCOMBE. beloved husband of Louise Short Slocombe. brother of Mrs. Ethel Wharton and Harry G. Slocombe. Remains resting at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Serv ices and interment Lynchburg. Va. 8TEWART. ELIZABETH AGNES. On Thursday. October 14, 1948, at her resi dence. 4526 Rhode Island ave., Brentwood. Md., ELIZABETH AGNES STEWART, daughter of the late Thomas and Ida Stewart, sister of Eugene and Augustine Stewart and the late Mary Loraine Stew art. Also surviving are a sister-in-law. Mrs. Ida K. Stewart: other relatives and j many 'friends. After 12 noon Sunday friends are invited to call at her late residence. Solemn high requiem mass will be offered at Holy Redeemer Catholic, Church Monday. October 18. at 10 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Ar rangements by McGuire. 17 VAN VLECK. SUSAN: Suddenly, on; Friday, October 15 1948, at Homeopathic Hospital. SUSAN VAN VLECK ot 11201 i Old Bladensburg rd.. Silver Spring. Md.. beloved daughter of Perry B. and Louise ! D. Van Vleck. sister of Priscilla Van Vleck. Services at the 8. H. Hines Cd. 'Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Saturday. October 16. at 3 p.m. Inter ment Glenwood Cemetery. VERNON. BENJAMIN F. On Friday. October 15. 1948. at Georgetown Uni versity Hospital, BENJAMIN F. VERNON of 6405 Wilson lane. Bethesda, Md., be loved husband of Mabelle E. Vernon. Re mains resting at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Wm. Reuben Pumphrey, Bethesda, Md. Notice of fu neral later. WALKLEY. FRANK EUGENE. On f “ ^ Thursday. October 14, 1948. at 1 the United States 8oldters' 1 1 Home Hospital, FRANK EUGENE WALKLEY. the beloved father of Luella M., Orlena F. and Charles E. Walkley. Remains resting at Chambers' Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w. Graveside services in Arlington Na tional Cemetery on Monday, October 18. at 10 a.m. 17 '•WENNBERG. SYDNEY ALMIRA. On Thursday. October 14. 1948. at her resi oenee. 1502 17th st. n.w.. SYDNEY AL MIRA WENNBERG. beloved wife of Oscar Wennberg. sister of Mrs. M. E. Hill. Mrs. Fred A Holden, Samuel R. Edmunds. Mrs J. F. Warfield and Mrs. Eugene Ramer. Services at Chambers' Funeral Home. 1400 Chepln st. n.w.. on Saturday. October 16. at 10 a.m. Interment Congressional Cem etery. 15 WIENECKE. EMMA MARIE. On Tues day. October 12. 1948. at her residence. 1769 E st. n.e., EMMA MARIE WIENECKE, the beioved wife of the late Henry G. Wienecke and mother of Chris H. and Henry J. Wienecke and Mrs. Edward Mc Vearry. Services at Chambers' Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e., on Friday. October 15. at 2:30 p.m. Intern ent ProspeR Hill Cemetery. 15 WINDSOR, ELMER o. suddenly, on Thursday. October 14. 1948. at Deale. Md.. ELMER O. WINDSOR, beloved husband of Mary Manifold Windsor. Funeral Sunday. October 17. at 2 D.m.. from the Deale Methodist Church. Interment Woodfleld Cemetery. Gaiesvllle. Md. 18 WOOD. ROSIE MAT. On Wednesday. October 13, 1948, at Arlington Hospital. Arlington. Va.. ROSIE MAY WOOD, be loved wife of William M. Wood, mother of william M., Jr.; Edgar F. and Albert F. Wood and Mrs. Elsie M Schloster; sister ol Frank F„ Harry C.. Russell G. and An drew C. King and Mrs. Clara Tory. Serv ices at Chambers' Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Saturday. October 18. at 1 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Ceme tery. 15 itt Hbmnriam BUTLER. LUCY ANN. In sad but lov ing memory of my dear mother, LUCY ANN BUTLER, who died thirty years ago today, October 15, 1918. May her soul rest In peace. HER SON, BENJAMIN T. BUTLER. • MARKS. ROBERT W. In loving mem ory of our dear father, ROBERT W. MARKS, who departed this life nine years ago today, October 15, 1939. Loving thoughts of one so dear Often bring a silent tear: Thoughts return to scenes long past, Time rolls on. but memory lasts. DAUGHTERS, RUTH AND ESTHER. • TAYLOR, JOHN H. In sad but loving memory of our dear father. JOHN H. TAY LOR, who died five years ago today, Oc tober 15. 1943. May his soul rest in peace. HIS CHILDREN. • WASHINGTON. MRS. CHARLOTTE. In loving memory of my dear grandmother. Mrs. CHARLOTTE WASHINGTON, who de parted this life eighteen years ago today, October 15. 1930. The heavenly love and care you gave to me shall never pass away. HER DEVOTED GRANDSON, EARL EASTON._• THE FINEST CADILLAC AMBULANCES • 10 mb t« 10 miles Includes blanket! stretchers, attendants. CALL Columbia 0432 Huge Lake in Midst of Prairie Points Up Texans' Superlatives (First of a Series.) By Nelson M. Shepard Star Staff Correspondent a DENISON, Texas (By Air Mail).— So this is Texas! Some 80 newspaper an3 magazine writers and business observers stared with mixed emotions out of windows as the "Katy Special,” op erated by the pioneer Missouri Kans&s-Texas Railway to point up the vast industrialization program of the Southwest, pulled into this north gateway to the "Great I Am" State. A few miles back we had left lusty Oklahoma behind us. We had Just crossed the famed Red River, where so many border bad men had crossed in years gone by just a jump ahead of the sheriff, and where countless cow-herds had breasted its waters on the long, hard trail northward from which no marketable animal critter ever returned. Prom St. Louis on, we had listened to tall tales spun by equally tall Texans aboard the “Katy Special." So we are fully prepared for al most anything on this tour, because almost anything can happen and does happen in this land of super latives called Texas. Now a lot of us had never heard of Denison before, or we knew of it only as a town stuck in the midst of the prairie. We were beginning to learn that some allowance for exaggeration should be made in accepting verbatim all the things we*ve been hearing about this truly remarkable -country. So there were knowing smiles when one stout hearted booster proudly proclaimed that the town was going to change its name to “Denison-by-the-Sea.” “What sea?" we asked, looking over the prairie. “You’ll see, soon enough,” he chortled. * Lake Texonla Sighted. Sure enough, when the automo bile caravan left the outskirts of this budding prairie city, what looked like a piece of ocean scenery loomed in the distance. Before us spread Lake Texoma, fifth largest artificial lake in the United States—“Sam Rayburn’s gift to North Texas,” they call it. It was built, they are eager to tell you, by none other than Gen. Lucius Clay. ' Lake Texoma is responsible for two new and thriving industries that are bringing lots of money and millions of tourists into this area. One is the start of a very success ful and expanding pleasure boat plant. The other is the fact that the Lake Texoma National Park ; Recreational Area broke all exist ing National Park travel figures for a single year when the August total of 379,967 toprists swelled the travel year figure to 2,150,411 for the first 11 months. With September's lush visitors crops still to be reported, the Lake Texoma area is a cinch to break the estimate made by local officials a year ago of 2,250,00 visitors. Lake Texoma, a project costing upwards of $60,000,000, was created primarily for the purpose of control ling the frequently rampant, waters of the Red River and the smaller Washita River which empties into it. Equally as Important to the in dustrial development of this thriv ing area is the generation of elec tric power. Largest Dam of Its Type. The world’s largest earthen roll fill dam holds back the huge volume of storage water that affords North Texas ample electricity and some of the best fishing and boating west of the Mississippi. We were passengers on the first day of service for small pleasure steamer—a model Missis sippi River packet boat, with stern paddle wheel. Denison’s new boat industry already is producing power < and sail craft that dot the lake with a new kind of speed demon. A natural sand bathing beach often accommodates 1,500 bathers at a time in midsummer. The Army Engineers planned and built the great dam and lock of this project, which former Speaker Ray burn persuaded Congress and for mer Interior Secretary Harold L. Ickes was indispensable to future development of the area. That was back in the prewar years. Con struction of the dam was begun in 1939, and the project was finished in 1944. Lake Texoma gets its name be cause part of it is in Texas ahd part in Oklahoma. In fact, much to the chagrin of Texans, those grasping Oklahomans are claiming two-thirds of the lake area and a small inter state warfare is looming. 1,300 Miles of Shore Line. Here is a lake of 100,000 acres in the midst of a lovely prairie, bor dered on all sides by wooded areas. So irregular fs the shore line that there are actually 1,200 miles of it, including large islands. Fish and game are plentiful. Seven miles from Denison is the city of Sherman. Each has about 25,000 population, and it won’t be many years before they’ll be grow ing into each other. They are out standing examples of what has been happening in the Southwest in re cent years. Both have experienced better than 33 H per cent increases in population since the 1940 census. There has been considerable expan sion of industries, especially in the field of lood processing. William A. Carson Dies at 60; Prince Georges Commissioner William A. Carson, 60, president of the Prince Georges County Commissioners, died last night at Prince Georges General Hospital, where he had been a patient since Tuesday. Several hlood transfusions and an emergency operation were performed yesterday in an effort to save ,Mr. Carson's life. The cause fit death was not announced. Mr. Carson had been a frequent patient at toe; hospital for several years. He was elected to the Board of Commissioners in 1938 and had: served continuously as its president! since. He was Mayor of Riverdale from 1931 to 1937, after having served as a member of the River dale Town Council, and was a re tired electrical supervisor for the Washington Terminal Co. A resident of Prince Georges County since 1924, Mr. Carson lived with his wife, Mrs. Viola Carson, and their son-in-law and daughter at 6105 Forty-fourth avenue, River dale. An ardent Democrat, he be longed to the County Democratic Caravan Club and the Riverdale District Democratic Club. Mr. Car son also was a member of the county Chamber of Commerce, the Kiwanis Club and the Hyattsville Masonic Lodge. He was a director of the Citizens' Saving Bank of Riverdale and a member of the board of the Prince Georges General Hospital, where he died. ' Dr. Mary Warner Gets Montgomery Health Post The appointment of Dr. Mary P. Warner, 1461 Girard street N.W., as assistant health officer of Montgom ery County, was announced yester day. Dr. V. L. Ellicott. department di rector, said Dr. Warner will assume her duties Monday. She succeeds Dr. Claire Christman, who re signed to take over school health work in Arlington. Dr. Warner is a rheumatic fever specialist and has---conducted re search in that field for the last two years at Children's and Gallinger Hospitals. A graduate of Carnegie Institute of Technology, she took her medical degree at the Univer sity of Pittsburgh. Dr. Warner will serve as assistant deputy State health officer for Montgomery, in addition to her county position. Montgomery will pay her $4,840 per year and Mary land $2,200, a total of $7,040. Stassen Will Seek Votes For Republicans in Texas ■ y the Associated Preii ARDMORE, Okla., Oct. 15.—Harr old E. Stassen carried the .Republi can Party campaign into neighbor ing Texas today after a streamlined tour of five Oklahoma cities. The former Minnesota Governor was scheduled for a major speech in Amarillo, Tex., later today. He then moves into New Mexicq, where he will give a hand to Patrick J. Hurley in his race for the Senate. Mr. Stassen concluded his Okla homa campaign here last night after stops at Stillwater, Guthrie, Edmond and Norman. Before a University of Oklahoma audience at Norman, Mr. Sta&en said there is a "rising tidrf of public opinion for a new occupant of the White House.” He criticized the Truman admin istration for failure to carry out a firm American foreign policy and blamed the "ornery, obnoxious for eign policy of Russia as the principal cause of the present Berlin crisis.” Early Settlement Denied In Maritime Strike •y th« Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 15.— Harry Bridges and waterfront em ployers emphatically deny there are prospects for early settlement of the West Coast maritime strike, now in its 44th day. But the employers indicated today there was a possibility negotiations would be resumed. They said they were exploring a possible basis for reopening negotiations. _ CLAGETF? MEMORIAL 502NEWHAMR/HIR£AVEj -mw- 4 VIjit-OurDupuy sA , MEMORIAUTOR- 4 Immediate-Erection! In-ali cemeteries-.. - OPEN-JUNDAY/ - Rites Set for W. C. Fuller, Federal Works Engineer Funeral services for William Carl ton Fuller, 42, Federal Works Agency engineer, who died unexpectedly Wednesday at his home, 3722 S street N.W., were to be held at 3 p.m. today: at Hines funeral home, 2901 Four teenth street NW. Burial was to be in Danville, Va. Mr. Fuller had been with the FWA for 11 years. He was a construction engineer for the Public Buildings Administration and during World War II he was in the administra tion’s central office here working on defense housing. For the last few years he had been in the Plans and Specifications of the Repairs Section of the PBA. Mr. Fuller was bom in Callands, Va., and was graduated from Massey Business College in Richmond, Va. He came to Washington about 19 years ago and worked for private construction firms before he began his Government service. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Mary Elma Fuller; two daughters, Helen Joyce Fuller, a student at Western High School, and Shirley Ann Fuller, who attends Fillmore Elementary;! his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Fuller of Callands; a sister, Mrs. Blair Worsham. Gretna, Va., and two brothers. Harold Fuller of Cal lands, and Alvis Wood Fuller, Bal timore. American explorers once found j in New Guinea a small kangaroo' that climbs trees. PIMPLES'BIACKHEADS TRY THIS PROMPT RELIEF FOR EXTERNALLY CAUSED BLEMISHES Cuticura contains valuable, scientific mtdieol ingredients to promptly relieve, help nature heal. Satis/bctionguaranteed. Buy today! « • • service that is sympathetic , ond understand ing—reliable and reasonable. Teachers'Union Seeks Cost-of-Living Raise And Sick-Leave Plan The Teachers; Union, Local No. S (AFL), has embarked on a program which it hopes will result in a cost of-living increase for public school teachers here, a sick leave plan and correction of certain “inequities” in the present salary scale. Meeting last night at the Meridian Hill Hotel, the union, composed of teachers in the public schools, adopted objectives for this school year. Heading the objectives will be an effort to get a salary increase for teachers who, with other District employes, were passed over at the last session of Congress even hough Federal workers received cost-of living increases. Also considered of major Importance is a sick-leave plan for teachers. The Board of Education has approved both of these measures but failed in at tempts to get them passed at the last session. The union said it wanted all reg ular salary increases to teachers i based on longevity only. The com plete separation of salary incre ments and the teacher rating sys tem should be made because if a teacher is sufficiently competent to be retained in (the school system, automatic raises should be given without question, they said. The union also voted to fight for removal of all teacher ratings ex cept satisfactory and unsatisfactory. At present there art five levels on which a teacher’s performance may be rated. Among the other objectives adopted were: Employment of an adequate num ber of clerks to relieve teachers of “excessive clerical loads’’; curtail ment of “excessive” expenditures for administrative services; removal of the so-called five-year “hurdles” which must be met before regular yearly salary increases can be ob taincd (teachers now are subject MfOvp IMARKERS>15* ’ALVEY raco.mc LmSSShubsiRw. t_TAVl<Wt MOO to a review each five yean to aee if their service has been satisfac tory); the "unfreeaing” of a group of teachers who were denied the salary increases of the 1M7 salary act because they did not have a master’s degree. Church Offers Courses . The Mount Vernon Place Metho dist Church, Ninth street and Massachusetts avenue N.W., an nounces the opening of a free "School for Christian Living" at 4 pjn. Sunday in the social hall and continuing each Sunday evening for five weefcs. 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