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CAMPBELL. ELLA HUGHE*. The fam
ily of the late ELLA HUGHES CAMPBELL
wishes to express Its Sincere thanks to
Its many friends, nelchbors and the Rev.
J. L. 8 Holloman for their acts of kind
ness. cards of sympathy and beautiful
floral trtbu'.ea durint the illneas and ate
the passing of our beloved mother and
»ls*er. THE FAMILY. *
GRIFFIN, MARY E. The dauihter of
the late MARY, E GRIFPIN. withes u>
express her gratitude lor the many
kindnesses of friends, durijii her mother's
recent Illness, and to thank the paator
and membets of Ebenexer M E Church,
as well »s the societies to which her
mother belonged for the sympathetic and
understanding nelp in the hour of be
xeavement Grateful acknowledgement *s
made for the many cards telegrams ano
florel tributes reweived. MABEL LEWIS
KING. LAURA LOUISE. The family of
th” late LACRA LOUISE KING wishes to
thank I's many irlenos and express it*
appreciation for their expressions of sym
p. hy and loveiy floral -Eu-s^^ .
SMOTHER*. CHARITY A. We with to
express our sineerc thanks thd gratitude
to the Rev. J. C. Beckett, the Rev. G O
Bullock and all organizations and friends
for their kindness and floral tributes dur
ing the Illness and at the passing of our
mother. CHARITY A SMOTHERS
MAUDE O AND ROBERT L SMOTHERS. *
THOMAS. MABEL I The family of the
late MABEL I. THOMAS wishes to thank
it* many friend* and express its apprecia
tion for the many expressions of sympathy
and kw.1T flor.1 tribute.^
WASHINGTON. FRANK R. We wish to
express our sincere thanks to Rev. A H.
8 Johnson, pastor ol Rehobokh Baptist
Church: Rev. W A. Ball, choir, ofllcers
and members and friends, the organiza
tions. ;he funeral directors and friends
who donated car*. *ent flower*, telegrams,
cards and all acts of ktndhes* during the
illness and at the death of my husband.
FRANK R WASHINGTON
MRS CARRIE B. WA8HINOTON AND
FAMILY -«*
WEST, THOMA* WALTER The family
Of he late THOMA3 WALTER WE8T
wishes to egpres* sincere thank* and drep
appreciation to Its many friends for their
kindnesses and beautiful floral tribute*
sent for hi* funeral and interment
JULIA WE8T HAMILTON AND FAMILY. •
Srathfl
ANDREWS. CARRIE L. On Thursday.
April 21. 11*41*. at the residence ol her
aon. 2H1A South Glebe rd.. Arlington, Va..
CAR RAF- L ANDREWS, mother of Jack
Andrews, grandmother of Elizabeth Jor
don. Rose Luck. Jack Andrewa. Jr., and
Fred Andrews A devoted daughter-in
law Viola Andrews, also survive*. Frienoa
may call at the above address after « p.m.
Sunday. April 24 Funeral services Mon
day ADrll 26. at 1 p.m., at he Lomax A
M E. Church. 24th and South Glebe rd* .
Rev T O Dlgas In charge. Interment
Woc^awn Cemetery. Arrangements by the
Chinn Funeral Service. 24
ANGELO. MAUDE E. Suddenly, on
Friday Aorll 22. 1M4A. at Doctors Hos
pital. MAUDE E. ANGELO of 2622 L-e
hwy.. Arlington Va . beloved wife of
D* Stuart M Anyelo. mother of Patricia
Wilson Angelo and Stuart Miller Angelo.
Jr ; sister of Dorothy Wilson Rober s and
Om»' Luther Wilson Services at the
8 H Hines Co Funeral Home. 2!'<ll
14th st. pw. on Monday. Anrll 26. at
1 o.m Interment Columbia Gard-ns
Cemetery. 24
RAKER. FRANK M. On Thursday. April
51. lf>4A. at the Uniied 8tates Naval Ho«
piigl. Betheeda. Md., FRANK M. BAKER,
beloved brother ol Charles R. and William
C Baker. Funeral from Collins' Funeral
Home. 1821 14th it n.w.. on Monday.
Anrll 28. at 821*1 a m. Requiem mass at
St. Gabriel's Church at'A a m. Relatives
and friends inviled. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. 24
> vAKER. FRANK M. Officers and mem
fb»rs of Ftrqhofl Post No. 170
and of the D C. Dept.. Catholic
War Vrterans will assemble at
Collins Funeral Home. 3871 14th
st. n.w. on 8unday. April .24. at
7:30 p m. to render final tribute
to onr beloved comrade FRANK
M “AKFR. National Guard of Honor
please note.
LEO J. FINN*RTY. Commander.
J06EPH F COMBS. Adjutant.
SETTLE, DOROTHY BALL. Od Satur
day. April 23. 1040 at Philadelphia. Pa.
DOROTHY BALL BEJTLE. beloved wife,
of Grlscom Bettle. of Havprford, Pa
Services for Irienda and relatives will
be held at th» First Unitarian Church.
Chestnut and Van Pelts st., Philadelphia,
Fa , on Monday. April 28, it 1:00 P m.
Interment privete. Fleas* omit flowers.
BETTUM. BERGNY F. On Saturday.
Aprii 23. 1949 BERGNY F. BETTUM.
the beloved wife of William A. Bettvm,
and mother of William and Bernice Bet
tum and daughter of Johnes and Inga
Favorig. Funeral from W. W. Deal Funeral
Home. 4817 Ga ave. n.w.. on Tuesday.
April 26. at 1:30 pm Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Prospect Hill
Cemetery.
BOYLAN. MYRTLE BUKGESg. Sud
denly on Thurrdav. Aortl 21. 1M# »t
Valpartso, Fla.. MRS MYRTLE BURGESS
BOYLAN. brloved wife of W.* H. Boylan.
mother of Mrs. Joan Mart* Harvey, stater
of Mrs Mary T Southcomb. Mrs. David B.
Thompkln . G'Orge M. and Claude M.
Burves* Services at the 8. H. Htnea Co.
Funeral Home. 7901 14th at. n.w. on
Monday. April 76. at 3:00 p.m. Inter
ment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
BOYLEN. EDWIN THOMAS On Satur
day. April 73. 194-9. at Suburban Hospital.
EDWIN THOMAS BOYLEN. beloved hus
band of Martha W. Boylen, lather of Mrs.
Phyllis Webb and brother of Mrs. Frank
H Blake. Remains resting at the Bc
thesda Chevy Ch»se Funeral Home, of
Robert A. Pumphrey. Bethesda, Md.
Hoi tee of funeral later.
BOUSLEY. STEPHAN. Entered Into
eternal rest Friday. April 27, at Gallinser,
Hospital. STEPHENS BOUSLEY, devoted ,
son of Mr. Issa.c Bousley. beloved father
of Louise Bovslev. brother of Mrs. Nather
Lee Green, Mrs. Louise Carter. Mrs
Bukle Bell Holloway. Frank. Samuel and
Isaac Bousley. other relatives and a host
of friends. Remains resting at John T.
Rhines * Co . Funeral Home. 901 3rd at.
a.w Notice of funeral later.
BREITBACH. WILLIAM. On Saturday.
April 23, 1949 at hts residence. 201«
Otis st. n.e. WILLIAM BREITBACH.
husband of Nellie Mae Breltbach and lather
of William R. and H. Frankl n Breltbach.
Services at Gawler's Chapel. 1 < 66 Pa.
ave. n.w.. on Wednesday. April at
11:00 a.m. Interment Arlington Natt
•nal Cemetery. _
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RI ZZAIRD MART COLUX*. On W
day. April 22. 1949. at her residence. *15
l*th at n.w MART COLLINS BUZZAIRD.
beloved wife of Raleigh B. Buzzaird. sister
of Mrs. H R. Baukhagr and Mrs Richard
S Hooker Bcrvicea at th* S H. Hroe*
Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th at. n w.. on
Sunday. April 24. at 2 .'to p m iCbt-ago
and Faria. HI., and Bloomington. Ind .
paper* please repy.t 24
CARUSO. SALVATORE A. To the of
ficer* and member* •; Co
lumbia Lodte No. 12A. Loyal
Order of Moose, th * B. to
notify you o. the xeath of
brother SALVATORS A. CA
RUSO. Moo e Servies* will be
held Sunder. April 24. at n Ml
p.m Chambers Funeral Home.
51* 11th st. s.e
JOHN J McKENNA Oorernor.
GERALD J OODBCUT Secretary.
CAt’SET. BESSIE E. On Thuraday.
April 21. 1949. BESSIE E CAUSEY of
Kentucky ave, *.e wile of Archie L.
Causey, daughter of Mr*. Emma Clark,
sister of Mrz. Ruth Peddon Edwards E
and Harry J. Clark Service* at Cham
ber*' Funeral Home. 517 11 h st * * on
Monday. April "5. at 1 p.m. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery 24
j CLARKE. EARLIXE R. On Wednesday,
April 20. 1949. at Freedmec * Hoaplta!
EARLINE B CLARKE of 1529 Que at
n.w.. beloved wile of Joseph B. Clarke and
devoted mother of Mr* Mamie E. Landis.
Also surviving tre her mother. Mrs Bettie
L Tibbs, g sister. Mrs Mamie Johnson:
ether relative* and many friend* After
5 pm Saturday friend* ere lnrited to call
at the McGuire Funeral Home. 1520 9th
at. n.w Service* Sundav. April 24. at 1
pm . at Mount Olive Methodist Church
Uppervllle, Va. Interment Middleburg
Va. 24
COOFEB. BICHARD A. On Thursday
April 21. 1949 RICHARD A COOPER of
21ft 17th it. a.e.. husband of Louise E
Cooper and father of Rotert A Patricia
Ann and Donald A. Coooer Service* ai
the above residence on Monday April 25
'at 1 pm. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
COX. WILLIAM C. On Saturday Aorli
2.1. Jft49. at hi* residenc*. 2019 New
Hampshire ave. n.w WILLIAM C COX.
beloved hu band of Jennie S. Co* brother
of Iiyinc Cox oi Column *. Ind. Service*
at tne S. K Hines Co Funeral Home.
1290! 141h *t. n.w.. on Monday. April 25.
i at II a m. Interment Correttlonville,
Iowa.
DAVIS. GEORGE. On Wednesday April
I Jin 11149. at Preedmen's Hoxpi al. GEORGE
DAVIS, loving husband ol Maggie Davit bl
408 r.rird st. n.e. He also Is survived by
lour daughters, four sons, eight grandchil
dren. four great-grandchildren, one broth
er and other relatives and friend* After
11 a m Sunday. April 24. friends may call
at Henry S. Washington At Sons' Puneral
i Home. 41125 Deane ave. n e. Funeral
Monday April 25. at 1 pm . from the
Houae of Prayer Church of God. Central
jave and Ri chie rd.. Md Bishop J. P.
1 Simms, pastor. Relatives and friends In
. vlted. Interment Paynes Cemetery. 24
DE GROOT. MARGARET S. On Satur
day. April 22. 1040, at Georgetown Hos
pital. MARGARET S. DE OROOT.
of 1125 I7th at. S. Arlington. Va . beloved
wife of the late Harry T. De Groot. mother
of Mrs. Elite P. Parker. Mrs. Margaret g.
Klrnast Harry C, William D. De Groot
and Alfred T. De Oroot of Los Angeles.
Calif., sist# of Mrs Susie B. Flynn and
Howard G. DtuilaP. Seivices at the S. H.
Hines Co.. Funeral Home. 29UI 14th st.
n.w.. on Tuesday, April 2ti. at 10:0ii a.m.
Internment Fort Unttpln Cemetery. 25
DRUMMOND. ROSA B. On Thursday.
April 21. 1949. ROSA B DRUMMOND of
{292ft T h st. n.e.. daughter of the late
; John S and Mary Fenwick Hill Druni
' mond. aunt of Mary G. Banks of this city.
Mrs. M. J. Mannix of Gaithersburg. Md ;
•Georte O Bank* of Leonsrdtown. Md
Joseph L. Banks of Baltimore. Md.'. WII
i Ham Hill of Annapolis. Md.: Mrs. Lillian
Haddaway of Oxford Md.. and Mrs.
George Cantler of Delta. Pa. Funeral
jfrom the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home.
28.11 Georgia ave. n.w.. on Wednesday.
April 27, at 8:19 a m. High requiem mass
;at St. Anthony's Church. 12\b and Mon
I roe sts. n.e.. at 9 a m. Relatives and
friends invited Interment New Cathedral
'Cemetery. Baltimore, Md. 2ft
EDWARDS. DOUGLAS C. On Saturday.
April 2.2. 1949. at 52(17 P st Coral HIIU,
Md. DOUGLAS C FniVARDS. the f .ther
inf Douglas M. JulluH F„ Richard C,.
; Randall M. and Alma «. Edwards, son
> of Ro*a B. Edwards, brother of Randolph
C.. Ralph W. and Joseph R. Edwards and
friend of Lena Coleback. Services at
Chambers Funeral Home. 517 11 1\ st.
i s.e , on Tuesday. April 2fl. at 1 :<»«» p.m.
Interment Union Cemetery, Rockville.^Md.
FISHER, HARRISON 8. On Thur day.
April 21, 194't. al hl« residence. 1013
N?w jersey ave. .».e„ HARRISON 3.
FISHER, beloved husband ol Mrs. Belle
Fisher, devoted lather o( Mrs. Julia Allen.
Mrs. Gloria Hall. Harrison 8.. Jr- ana
William Fisher. He also la survived by
two grandchildren, two slaters, Mrs. Mar
saret Minkins and Mrs. Dora Bacon, two
brothers. George and Hobart Fisher; ether
relatives and Inends. Remains resting at
Barnes A Matthews Funeral Home 614
4th st. s.w. Notice ol luneral later.
FITZGERALD. LUCILLE. On* Thurs
day. April 21. 1949, LUCILLE FTTZ
GERALD ot 200 2nd st. s.w., devoted
Iritnd of Owens Williams. She also Is
[survived by a mother, othet relatives and
I trlends. Remstns resting^ at Bsrnes *1
Matthews' Funeral Home. 014 4th it. s.w.
Notice of luneral later. 24,
GATEWOOD. WILBERT H. Suddenly,
on Friday. April 22. 19411. WILBERT H.
GATEWOOD of 3007 M st. n w . son of
Mrs. Mahala Gatewood, beloved husband
of Beatrice Gatewood, father of William,
Barbara and Mildred Gatewood. » Also
Surviving are two brothers. Harry and
Charles Gatewood: one granddaughter.
Dianne Gatewood, and other relatives and
many friends. Notice of- funeral later.
Arrangements by McGuire. -4
GLASCOE. ERNEST DANIEL. On Wed
nesday. April 20, 1»«", at his residence.
532 Mor.on st. n.w.. ERNEST DANIEL
GLASCOE. beloved husband of Mrs- Carrie
Glascoe. devoted father Of Oeorge E. Glas
coe, Leah Brodgon. Lillian Wiggins,
Ernestine Harris. Carrie Gros . Samuel D.
and Ruth Glascoe and the late Corrine
Williams. He ..also leaves seven grand
children and a host of other relatives and
friends. Friends may call at the W
Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church, 1432 Tou
st. n.w., after 12 noon Saturday. April 2.1.
Funeral seivlces Monday, April 25. a; 1
p.m., at the First Baptist Church. Sherman
ave. and Lamont st. n.w.. Rev, Edward
Thomas oOlclatlng. Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. -4
GOLDBERG, ABRAHAM. On Friday.
April 22. 19411. ABRAHAM GOLDBERG,
beloved nusband of Yetta Goldberg, de
voted lasher of Manuel and Sandra Gold
berg. He also is survived by his mother.
Fannie Rosenblatt, and one brother, Morris
M. Goldberg, all of Washington. D. C.
Services at the Goldberg Funeral Home,
4217 9th st. n.w.. Sunday. April 24,'at 2
p.m. Interment Beth 8holom Cemetery.
In mourning at 1762 Lang pi. n.e. .4
GOLDMAN, SADIE. On Friday. April
22, 1949. SADIE GOLDMAN of 5100 14th
st. n.w,. beloved wife ol Hymen Goldman
and devoted mother of Aaron. Nathan and
Balfour Goldman. 8he also is survived
by a sister. Mrs. Fannie Dobkln. and four
brothers, ©avid B- Albert, Samuel J. and;
Morris Cohen. Funeral services a' the
Bernard Dantansky * 8on Funeral Home.
3501 14th st. n.w.. on Sunday. April 24.
at 2 p.m. Interment tn Adas Israel Ceme
tery. • 24
GUNTER. ALICE. On Thursday, April
21. 1949, at Freedmen's Hospital. ALICE
GUNTER of 5722 Jay st. B.f . beloved wife
of Ralph Gunter, devoted mother of Bar
bers. Betty. Edward and Greta Gunter.
Also surviving are her devoted mother and
stepfather. Emma and Walter Oreene: ft*
sisters, four brothers, a devoted aunt.
Mrs. Georgia Jenkins, aDd a host of atber,
relatives and friends. After 12 noon Sun
day. April 24, friends may call at Henry
f. Washington & Sons' Funeral Home.
925 Deane ave. n.e. Funeral Monday.
April "5. st 2 p.m - from the New Mount
Olive Baptist Church. 57th and Grant sts.
n.e.. Rev. Weaver, pastor. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Harmony Cem
etery. 24
HALLEY. LOUISE. On April 15. 1949.
In Miami. Fla . LOUISE HALLEY, formerly
of Washington. D. C- beloved sister of
Mrs. Cecelia H. Smoot. Mrs. Maude Smoot.
Mrs. Blanche Rausche and Mrs. Edward
Gantt. Funeral services at the chapel In
Cedar Hill Cemetery .on Monday, April 25.
at 11 am. 24*
HARDY. 1 at SERGT. S C EDWARD W.
On Friday. March 25. HM!>. in
Hawaii. 1st Serai. 2 c EDWARD
V.', TARDY, formerly of 1209
4th st. s.w.. beloved husband of
Luclelr Hardy, father of Edward
H.. William L„ Mirhael W..
Marcia and Katherine E. Hardy;
son of Mrs Carrie McCormick and brother
of William F. Hardy. Friend* may eall at
William E: Nailer’s Funeral Home. 522 Stb
ft. a.e . until 8:.'tO a.m. on Monday. April
25: thence to Fort My»r Chaoel. where
mass will he offered at 9 a.m. for the re
pose of his soul. Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment Arltnaton National
Cemetery. 24
HARVEY JOAN tilARIE. Suddenly on
Thursdsv. April 21. 1949, at Veleertso,
Fla.. MRS. JOAN MARIE HARVEY, be
loved wife of Lt. Col. Julian A. Harvey.
V. S. A. F.. mother of Blanche B. Harvey,
daughter of W. H. Boylan. niece of Mrs.
Katnarine M. Weir. Services at the S. H.
Hines Co.. Funeral Home. 2901 14th at,
n.w.. on Monday. April 25. at 3 p.m.
Intarment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
HICKS. JAMES H. On Friday. April 22.
1949. JAMES H HICKS Of 1719 H at.
n.w., beloved hutband of Mary Julia Hicks
and devoted brother of Joseph and Katie
Hicks. Also aurvlvlna art other relatives
and many friends. After 10 a.m. Monday
friends are invited to call at the McGuire
Funeral Home. 1820 9th at nm. Requiem
mass will be offered Tuesday. April 29. at
10 a.m.. at St. Autustine’s Catbtlte
Church. 16th at. between R and S. sts. n.w.
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 25
HICKS JAMES H. Officers, and mem
bers of St Aucusttne's Commanders, no
254. Knieht-S of St. John, are requested
to meet at McGuire's Funeral Home. 1920
Bth at. n.w.. on Monday. April 25. 1949.
at 8 o.m. to recite the office of the dred
for the reaoose of tb* soul of our late
Brother JAMES H. HICKS Please wear
mournint hedtea.
PAUL A. TAYLOR. President. '
HENRY T. SHEPHERD. Rer. Bee. 25
KICKS. JA*fE8 H. Member* of The
OMeH inhabitants. Inc. ere notified of
the death of JAMES H. HICKS, of 1719
H tt. n.w, -uneral services on Tuesday.
April 29. 194P at t0:00 a.m. at «.
Aua.rtir.e Catholic Church. 15th at. n.w.,
between R and 8 ata.
WILLIAM D NIXON. President.
FRANK D. MCKINNEY. Secretary.
■ICKS- JAMES H. Officer* and mem
bers of the Yount M»n’« Immediate Re
lief Association are hereby notified_«f,
the death of brother JAMES H. HICKS,
of 1718 H at.’ n.w. Funeral Tuesday, i
April 26. 1949 at 10:09 am. at 8t.
A'isu'tlne * Catholic Church. 15th at. bt- j
tween R and 8 ate. n.w.
JURE BROWN. President >
MAX X. STEELE. Secretary.
Srathf
HICKS. JAMES tl M*mber* of the
Knight* of S’ Augustine Commandery
No 2 are hereby nottfea to at* mbit
*t 81 A’i*u*t;r.e church Tuesday April
28. 1344* «t th.lwt * rr, to attend the
funeral of obr Igte brother JAMES H
HICKS Remain* resting at it 16 H at
n.w.
DANIEL SPRIGGS. President.
FRANK GARNER Secretary.
HICKS. JAMES Member* e! the Will
ing Helper* See tele are notified of th*
dea’h oi Jamei Hick* End*' April 22
184M Funeral on Tuesday. April ’Id at
Intel am f'Om Si Auauatlne* C*’h*r..c
Church. 14th . betae»n R and S *u..
” JOSEPHINE BUTLER Prealder,i
MARIETTA TWISDALK Recording Sec
retary.
HOHGi. IDA L On Saturday. AprJ
»:i. *f ::*T»I Medic*! Center Beth* d*.
Mo . IDA L HCDGt retired Nary nu: »
jLii'.-al arts nsrmenti m be announced
; later. *
JOHNSON. CARRIE LEE. Cn Sai-rday.
Ap.il 23.. IP.3 al Momaomevy Couuir
G.m ral no.pilsi CARkIE Lnt JOHNSGR.
oi Colesville. Md.. beioefl wire ol J.
Herbert Jo.onsc i ana mother of Mrs
Virginia Wuke.-son George M and Wn
Htm d. Johnson, Elia Lee Bryan Annie
Leuear and J Herbert Johnson r
Friends ai" call ai the Takoma Funergi
Home. 244 Carroll at . Tatoma Park. D C.
Bervtc** *i the Colesville MetnodGt church,
on Tue-cay. April 28. at 2.181 pm Rel
ative* »no friend* »re invlled Iater
ment Union Cemetery. Burton*viile, Md
24
K1DWELL. CARRIE WARD On Thurs
day. April 21, 1343. at her reaidence lull*
North Utah si Arlington. Va CARRIE
WARD KIDWELL »ido» of Fanner Wil
liam Kldwell. mother of Mr* Alta Louise
Jone* ol Washington. D C Abo surviving
»re six grandchildren and two sitters. Mrs.
Ida Tnomp-on and Mr* Biancnc Tnomp
ion Kemains resilng ai the Ice* Funeral
Home, 2847 Wilton blvd Arlington. V*
• here funeral services will be held Mon
day. April 25. it 2 P m Interment Flint
Hill Centetery. Oakton. V*. 24
LANTJL CHRISTIAN 8 On Saturday
April 2.1. 13411. ai his resilience, 151il It
»t. »* . CHKloTLAN S LANTZ. lb* be
loved husband of Bessie nant*. father ol
the laic Christian 8. Lam*. Jr : Mrs
Eliza be In Lowe. Mrs. Helen Lacey of
Elizabeth.on. ‘ienn.. William H James C
Donald W anu Forriat C. Lanu orouirr
ol Mr* ti Frank Barr. Filends are in
vited to call at ihe Lee Funeral Home
4th *1 mil Mas* ave. u.e . where* .en
Ices will be held on Tueauay April 20. at
11 a m. Interment Fori Lincoln Ceuietety.
I LEWIS. ANNIE E. On Friday. April Tl
Hi til* QUitiO 4»l MW A.^Nl^
UfcWlS. mother ol WUiitui Euward Lewi.v
Prajfrs hi Chumtera Funeral Home, I40*f
Chapin il. n.w.. on Monday. April ~.V *l
m m. Mass hi SI. Gauriei a Catholic
Church. Gram Circle n.w. at I«*:04> w in.
Interment Kock C*eek Cemetery.
MANNHEIM. JOHN B. Suddenly, no
Thursday April 14, l»4H JOHN B
MANNHEIM, veteran of World Wars 1
and II. beloved husband oi Marsha
IPalllel Blacklstone Mannheim and
bro.her of Mrs Marauret Woodburn ol
Texas. Mrs. Marie Brauner ol California.
Mrs Edna 8hea of Manila. Philippine
Islands: Miss Henda Mannheim and
Joseph L Mannheim ol Washington. DC
Funeral services on Wednesday. April 2,.
at 11 am. at grave, Arllnaton NaijiMial
Cemeiery. 2,1
MAKLAICH. CLIFFORD-RICHARD. On
Saturday. April 2.1. iW4u, CLIFTOBD
RICHAHD MAHUS1CH ol 4 lib 1 Homer
ave.. Sultlanck Ho. the beloved son ol
Oscar ano Kathleen M. Maruslch and
brother ol Terrance S. Maruslch. Re
mains reeling gt Chambers Funeial Home.
517 lllh st. re. until Tuesday. April 3d,
at ID a m Mass a; St Timothy » fcpis
i copal Chureh. .Iblh and Alabama ave. it
at 10:30 am. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery. /
MeFARLAND. THELMA **>LD«Ep
JEWELL. On, Friday, April S3. 1040.
THELMA M1LD&ED JEWELL MeFARLAND
81 200 '3rd ft.. Carmody Hills. Md . *ile
of Richard L. McFarland, daughter of
j WUligm H. and Blanche Jewell, sister ol
Myrtle, James E. and William H. Jewell.
Jr.: Annie Herron and Helen WrlghL
Prayers ai Chambers1 Funeral Home, ol .
11th st. s.e., on Tuesday. April 30. at b:.io
am. Mass at Holy Name Chureh. lllh
I and K sts. n.e. at V a m. Interment
! Cedar Hilt Cemetery. 25
McMICHAEL. ALICE. On Saturday.
April 23. 1040. ALICE McMICHAEL ot
!b!7 13th st. n.w.. mother oi Rosa Du
pont, Emma West. Josephine Francis.
iGeorgta Marlin, Winnie Neal and Thomas
W. McMIchael. She Is also survived os
•one sis.er. Gener Wtlker, and one brother.
William Glover, atid three grandchildren
! Notice of luneral laier. Arrangements by
iMalian & Schey.
MIDDLETON. ELLIS O. On Friday.
1 April 33. 1040. at his residence, 5501
i Branch ave. s.e.. Camp Springs. Md .
ELLIS O. MIDDLETON, beloved husband
ol. Florence E Middleton inee Bowiei.
father of Mrs. Florence O Pyles. Theodore
B. Middleton. Mrs. Cora Lee SchulU. Mrs
: M. Louise Maske. Mrs. Alene B Pyles and
Mrs. Constance V. Hyde, and beloved son
of Amanda R. Middleton and the late T.
B Middleton. Funeral from the above
residence on Monday. April 75. ^ 10:30
am Services a St Barnabas' Episcopal
Church. Oxon Hill. Md.. at 11 a m Rel
atives and friends invited. Interment
! church cemetery. ~*
MOXI.ET. NETTIE. On Saturday, April
23. 1H4P, at her residence. 404 South
Capitol st.. NETTIE MOXLBT daughter
of the late John and Emma Bennett, de
voted sister of Grace Bennetl. She also
leaves many other relatives and friends.
After 6 pm. Monday, Auril 2ft, friends
may call at the above residence. Funeral
Tuesday. AprH 3H. at 7:30 pm. Irom
Zion Baptist Church. F st. between 3rd
and 4th sts. * w„ the Rev A J, Ed
wards ofllriatliig. Interment Woodlawn
Cemetery W>dnrsday at J» a.m. Ar
ranarmenta by Campbell's Funeral Home.
“o
O’TOOLE. MART BYRNE. On Satur
day. April 73, at Providence Hos
pital. MARY BYRNE O’TOOLE, beloved
aister of Alicia H. O’Toole. Fumrgl from
the T. F. Costello Funeral Home. 1727
Nor h Capitol at., on Monday. April "•>. at
8:30 a m. Requiem mass at St. Martin s
Church at !i a m Relative* and friends
Invited. Interment 8tauntou, Va.
O’TOOLE. MARY BYRNE. Member* of
the L A. A O. H . Division No 7. are
notified of the dea h of our late 8isfr
MARY BYRNE O TOOLE, and are re
quested to meet at 8 p.m. Sunday. An-il
74. at Costello's Funeral Home. I.”-’
North Capitol st.. to recite the roscry fur
the repose of her soul. Funeral will be
Monday. April 25. 1949. at !i a m. from
St. Martin's Catholic Church.
I.UCRET1A CONLON. Paestdent. ,
KATIE RUSSELL, Rec. Secs.
PARK. I AMUSE. On Frida v. April 77.
1949. LOUI3E PAPK, formerly of 1 .'HI .
Euclid at. n.w. Miss Par* rests at ’7*
Warner A. Pumohrey Funeral Home. 84:14
Oa. ave.. Sliver Spriny. Mrt# Grav 'id*
services will be held on Monday, April
25, at 2 p.nR lr\ Cedar Hill Cemetery.
PRICE. wn.RtNS H. On Fridav. April
22 1949. at 480 F s.v;.. WILKINS H.
PRICE, the husband of Nellie K. Price,
stepfather of Margaret Game.!. Nellie and
Klwood Grant, and brother of Allie Mer
rick and Arthur Price. Remains resting gt
Chambers' Funeral Home 517 11th st. s.e..
until 8und*y. April 74. HI P.m. Services
at the Hanover Baptist Church. Edgehill.
Kin* George County, Va.\ *t 3 P m In
terment church cemetery. 74
REESE, HERBERT F. On Wednesday.
Aoril 20. 1949. at Garfield Hospital. HER
BERT F. RFE3E. beloved husband ol Ella
I. Reese. Friend* are invited to call at
the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass,
ave. n.e„ where services will be held on
Mondsy. April 75. at 2 p m. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 75
RHOnv-s. GFNEVIEVE G. On April 27.
1949, GrNEVIKVE G RHODES of 814 L
st. s.e..-•rile of Howard F. Rhodes and
iro her of F-na E. Swan. Geo-ce W and j
Charles E. Sutton: slater of Lauretta B.;
Richards. Scvtces at Chambers’ Funeral i
Home. 517 11th it. s.e.. on Tuesday. April
20, at (»:.'10 a m. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 24
ROBINSON. MATTIE. Departed this
life on Friday. Anril 32. 1948. at Gallintrr
Hospital. MATTIE ROBINSON, devoted
mother of Mrs. Vivian Robinson Withrow,
slater of Mr. Henry Randall, mother-in
law of Mr. Chauncey Withrow, jr. Other
relatives and many friends also survive.
Remains restlns st the John T. Rhinos A
Co. Funeral Home. 3rd and Eye sts. s w.
Funeral and Interment Newport News. Va.
14
11ISSEU. MARGARET L. Suddenly,
on Wednesday. Anril 10. 1949. at Atlantic t
City. N J.. MAROARET L RITHSEL.t
wif* of William R. Rusaelt mother of
William R Russell. Jr., and Charles T
Cl. Russell: dausbter of Mrs. Catherin"
F. Lannon and the late Thomas 8.
Lannon and sister of Mrs Godfrey. L
Muntcr and Mrs. E. A Kimball Friend'
mav call at her late residence. 1938
Uotnn st. p w. after 9 a.m Frldev.
April 21. Mass will be offered et the
Shrine of the Blessed Sacrament Church.
Western ave. near Chevy Chase Circle, on
Monday. April IS. at 9:15 a.m. Inter
ment AVllnaton National Cemetery. 14
SLEAD. EMMA. On Friday. April 11, j
1949. EMMA SLEAD of 1841 Columbia rd.
n.w., beloved wife of the laid Hiram V.
Slead. mother oft Misa Miranda Slead.
sister of Georae Hickman of Iowa. Re
mains restina at the 8. H. Hines Co.
Funeral Home. 1801 14th st. n.w. Serv
ices and Interment private.
STANAITlS. IRENE twee JACOBS). Qn
Saturday, April13, l94P at Providence
Hospital. IRENE STANAITlS <nee JA-,
COBS), of 1373 Kenyon st. n.w.. mother
of Joseph M. Stanaftls Jr.: sister of
Mr*. Mildred V. Welsterber Services at
the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 1901
14th at. n.w.. on Tuesday. April 18. at
11 a.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetjry. i
ST ANN ABB. MAJOR. Suddenly on
Thursdar Apri! 21. 1949. MAJOR STAN
NARD ol 4540 Eads st. n.e.. beloved hue
band of Mrs. Elisabeth Stannard. father,
of Jamas. PernaU and Every Stannard,
and Evelyn Franklin: stepfather ef Wil-_
helmlna Williams, brother ef Lawrence
Stannard. He also leaves other relatives
indfrlends After 10 am. Sunday. Anril
24. friends may call at the W. Ernest I
Jarvis Funeral church. 1432 Tou at. n.w.,,
puberal services Monday. April 24. at 1
p.m.. at the Salem Baptist Church, N r.
between 9th and 10th sts n.w.. Rev. R. D
Gryraes offielatme Relative* and friend'
invited. Interment Lincoln Memorial,
Cemetery. 24
STEWART. WILLIAM W. W. Suddenly,
on Thursday. April 21. 1949. WILLIAM W.
W. STEWART ef 1815 Ri«*» Pl n.w- the
beloved husband of Sarah Bellmann Stew
art and brother of Mr*. Huth Smith. Mrs.
Robert* Ebrmantreut and iMr'- Oeorae
Jacobs. Services at Chambers’ Fune-V
Home. 1400 Chapin tt. a.w.. on Monday.
April 25. at 11:30 a m. Interment, pri
vate. Cedar MU Cemetery. S4
from. MORRIS. On Saturday. April
‘M. 1949. MORRIS STUPE- bviored bus
bayo ol Btssk Stusel. derated father of
Mrs. Anita 8<nker and Irvtnu Btunel. He
is also survived by four slaters. Mr*:
Julia Lerltt. Mrs. Martha Ihebe! Mrs.
Jennie Leahay and Mrs. Btsebeth Marcos.
»11 ef New Tee*. Serrhsea at the OoM
ber* Funeral Home 4217 9th M. n.w..
Menday. April 25 al 2 p m_ Interment
Auuda* Aehtem Cemetery, la mournin*
at 5717 4tR r. a.w. *5
Bralbg
TASMAN. MAI lAf* Or Satvrdgy
April 13. iSS4!« MAI eAVACI T ARM AN
oelcrgd vile of Bowie T Taimar. mo her
>f Dorothy Orr ioa and n»:»r of Ward
Savage. Bertha Savage Dana. Ida Pwv*jt#
French. Nellie Savage Dr mm? gne the at*
Auaim Savage Service' at the Cheer
Chase Funeral Home Sl«»i WifconcAn a*e
n* on Tuesday Aprt! Id. at 2 o m
Relative* and frienda turned IS
TATLOS KLIBEN B On Tfcurada*
April 11 i fegge REUBEN B TATLOS
husband of Mrs B**sie T*v or father of
Srlrr ier and WTlitam Taylor and Tfc- ma
Gre*n. brother of Mr* Letiua Ssewari
and brother-is-law of Mrs Carrie Croress
Re also learea ait nib** bree graoocht
dren one «re*'-grander.:.*!. other aeiatjeef
and friends After !« in Mood** A*m>
13 friend* may t»R at hi* wiirr'i resi
dence 161A bth *? n w Funeral aerf
jee* on 7*t e*day Aont 16. at I »m
at the w Erne*- Jar*.* Punetal Chftich
I *31 You at r. w Rela tea and friend*
invited Interment ArhMfaa Jtgtumai
Cf'-Rp p
THOMAS. ISHMftAL. Oc Friday At>u.
II iW!< rt Philadelphia Genera! Hos
pital ihiladefpba ^a L5KMEAL
THOMAS h urbane of Dorothy Jackser
Thomas «atep-f*thpr of Deiort* MiU* and
son of Clarence Tnomn* of Ptm-*oe.phi*
Pa Notice of funeral later Arrange
men * by Carter W mortal P anel a; Sere
ice. 1S-31 H af n.-r.
THOM as. WILLIAM J On Fr.4af
Aprb 11. 11*41* at h;a residence 616
Powhatan pi nw. WILLIAM J THOMAS
beloved husband of Lola E T noma a. father
o! William E Thomas of Philadelphia
Pa : H Ham* Thomas of Easton Pa and
Mra Edythe I. Powerj of Washington. D
C stepfather of Mr*. De loiae Riegei
Mrs Edith Upright and Claud B Sanford
of Washington D C brother of Dame!
Thomas of PeckvUle, Pa . and Mra. Rachel
Baker of PoiUvHIe. Fa Services at th
S H Hines Co Funeral Home. 15N)l 14th
yi. n » . on Monday. April 1.Y at 2 pm
Inteiment Rock Creek Cemetery. 14
THOMAS. WILLIAM J. A special com
A , muii'cation of Washington Can
Ml tenn'af Lodge No. 14 F A A
vu M ,s railed for 1 p m Monday
^T\a April 13. 1P4P, ior the purpose
XWdr of conduct lot the last Masonic
Yi; rues for our la e brother W1L
^ LIAM J. THOMAS, as a court-**
to Hare! Lodge. No 117 A F. Sr A M
of Hazeiton, Pa. All metuoer* are urged
to attend.
F I/O YD L GALBRAITH Master
Attest: LELAND W WARNER. Sr.. Sec 14
TOMPKLNA. DELILAH On Saturday
April 13. 1W49, Mrs DELILAH TOMP
KINS of .'Rn; C at. .ve.. beloved sister of
Mrs. Irene Minor and Mr William B
Stevenson aunt of Mr». Elsie E. Carroll
She also is survived by oilier relative* and
lritndi R.-icam* renting at Barnes A*
Matthew* Funeral Home. 614 4th at. s»
Notice of 1 uncial later. 14
TRENT. EDNA GEORGIA. On Friday
April 22. 1 :»•#!*. at Inland Memorial Hos
pital. EDNA GEORGIA TRENT the “be
loved "Wife of Ebert Pete Trent and mother
of Richard K Charles W. and Thomas Z
Trent Service* at the Chambers’ Fu
neral Home. 59«»1 Cleveland ave .fcRiver
dale. Md . on Tuesday. April 2d. at 2 -Mi
p in. Interment Washington National
Cemetery. 25
VEST. TEKOA C. On Friday. April 22
1949, TEKOA C VEST of 725 Baines at
ne beloved wttfe of Charles A Vest
mother of Raimi A Charles D Roland
E and Carrol Jo Aryir Vest, daughter of
Samuel Coleman, sister of Leila Creek.
Par'.henia Johnson. Mildred Anderson
. Luvicey Cassel. Inez Bvaxton. Charles and
Viola Coleman; niece of Mrs Mary Hack
ney. Other relative* and many friends
also survive. After 12 noon Monday April
25. friend- may call at the Carver Me
morial Funeral Home. 29-31 H st. n.w .
where funeral services will be heid Tues
day. April 2d. at 1 p m. Interment W’ood
lawn Cemetery. 25*
WATTS. PRESTON. On Saturday. April
23. 1949. at St Elizabeth Hospital. PRES
TON WATTS brother of Joseph and
Johnny Watts, brothei-in-law of Frank
Johnson, uncle of Mr*. Willie M Butler
Notice of funeral later Arrangements by
Carver Memorial Funeral Home. 29 H
st. n.w. •
WIGGINS. WILLIAM CHESTER. On
Friday. Apiil 22. 1949. at his residence.
♦123 Princeton pi n.w.. WILLIAM CHES
TER WIGGINS, husband of Ann L. Wit
gins. Also surviving are two sisters. Orine
Wiggins and Hattie Copeland; two broth
ers. Jatneg and Nathaniel Wiggins: a cou
sin. Howard Wiggins* other relatives and
many friends. After 10 am Monday
friends ar* Invited to call at the McGuire
Funeral Home. 1M2<1 9th st n.w where
services will be held Tuesday. April 2d,
at 1 pm. Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. 25
WILLETT, ANNA M. Suddenly, on
Thursday. April 21. 1949. at her residence.
999 Madison st. n w . ANNA M. WILLETT,
beloved wife of the late Jacob Willett and
(sister of Mrs. Mary Owynne Funeral
from the Geier Funeral Home. 3695 14th
j»t. n.w . on Monday.. April 25. at f»:3n
a m Hfkh reouiem mas* at the Church
of the Naiivity at 19 a m. Relative* and
friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet
| Cemetery. 24
WILLIAMS. HILDA. On Friday April
122. 1949. at 1 *43 Clifton st. n.w., HULDA
WILLIAMS, widow of the late Nathan
Williams, aunt of Mr>. Florence Washer,
»Uier-m-!aw of Charles William* Re
- mains resting at the Chambers’ Funeral
Home. 1499 Chapin st. n.w Services
Wednesday. April 2'. at 10:30 a m., Ar
lington National Cemetery.
WOOD. BEftHIE MAE. On Friday. April
22. 1949. . at Georgetown University Hos
pital. BESSIE MAE WOOD <nee Green
wood!, widow of the late Heury Stevens
Wood, mother of George B Wood, sister
of Mrs Elsie L. Grady. Mrs. Marie L.
Ward. Mrs. Gertrude C. Boswell. W. Bar
ton. A. Herbert and Robert M. Greenwood
Friends mav call at Gawier'a Chapel. J759
Pa. ave. n.w . where service* will be held
on Monday. April 25. at 2 p.m. Interment
Rock Creek Cemetery. 24
WOOD. SERGT. 1 C ROBERT I On
Saturday. March 1!*. 1949. In
Europe. S#tgi. 1/c ROBERT E.
WOOD. V. S A., the beloved
son of Catherine E. Wood <nee
O Neill and the late Francis I
Wood of Bfinr. 3ltth pi. West
Kyal.sville, Md Funeral from
the above residence on Monday. Aorll 25.
at 9:.'!tl a m. Requiem mess at 81 Jerome s
Catholic Church, Hyattsvtlle. Md at 10
a m. Relatives snd friends Invited. In
terment Arlington National Cemetery. '.’4
WOOD. SEKGT. ROBERT E. Members
of Y/eshtneton General Assembly.
t4!h D’ re Knights of Columbus,
are notified of the death of Sir
Xnlcht. 8EROT. HOEERT WOOD. (
and are reouc ted to assemble at
his residrme .">1105 .'If'ith pi.. West
Hyattsvillc. Mo at s pm on
Sunday. April 24. 1949, for the recital of
prayers.
GUY R MOORE. F N.
CHARLES M CONNOR. F. C.
TATES, ROBERT DAVID. On Friday
April 22. 1949. ROBERT DAVID YATES
of 4112) 71st ave.. Landover Hills. Md ,
beloved husband of Mildred I. Ystes. fa
ther of Carol I. snd David A. Yaies.
Friends may call at William J Nailer*
Funeral Home. .'1209 Rhode Island ave . at
Eastern ave. n.e . where services will be
held on Sunday. April 24. at 1 p in. Rela
tives and friends lnvlteid. Interment at
Rtneyvllle. Ky. 24
TATES, ROBERT. The officer* and
members of Adah Chapter. No
V brother. ROBERT YATES,
order of the worthy matron.
BES8IE K REYNOLDS
NANNIE E. WOHLFARTH. Secretary. 24 .
in Mrmurtam
CARTT't. Et'CLNE F. In memory of
our loved one. EUGENE F CARTER, who
passed away .10 years ago today. April 24.
19111.
Rest, sweet spirit, reat
MARY MeCARTER AND MARION HAYES.

DEVIL!.F.. C.roRGF FRANCIS AND LIL
LIAN BEATRICE. Sacred to the memory
of my devoted parents. GEORGE FRANCIS
AND LILLIAN BEATRICE DEVILLE. who
died July 22, 191-1, and April 25, 19.15,
respectively.
Lead kindly light, amid the encircling
rloom.
Lead Thou me on.
Keep Thou my feet:
1 do not ask to see the distant scene.
One step enough for me.
So long Th» power hath blest me.
Sure it still will lead me on.
O er moor and fen. o'er era* and torrent
'Til the niyhl i« tone, and with the morn
Those snarl faces smile
Which I have loved lone since.
And lost, awhile.
THEIR ’1"VOTED DAUGHTER. ULYA A.
DEVILLE. m
DOB«EY. JAMES JOSHFA. In lovin*
memory xt piy deer father. JAMES
JOSHUA tiOPSEY. who wen away 17
years ago today. April 24. 19.12 •
Somewhere there is no carting.
Dark cloida are rolled sway;
In that eternal somewhere
We'll meet stale mine da»
DEVOTED DAUGHTER •
FRASER. RALPH E. In loving memory
of our dear son. husband and daddy.
RALPH R. FRASER. *ho left ua one year
ago today. April 24. 194s.
One dear to our hearts waa railed away'
One lone year ato today.
God aave ua strength to bear our sorrow .
And courage to tight the blow
No one knows the silent heartache;
Only those who have lost can tell;
Not dead to ua who loved him.
Not lost, but gone before.
Hit memory ta alf we huve now.
His cares art all at real
Deer daddy, ao kind, so loving, so true, i
God only knows how we mm you
HIS LOVING MOTHER. WIFE MAE AND
CHILDREN. RALPH. Jr.: 'PIP,"
BETTY AND WAYNE*
Soruing tint Colored a
Public Throughout
Washington and Its
Vicinity
FRAZIER’S
FUNERAL HOME IRE.
NO OfSEtVINO CASE EEFUSfb
Any veteran'* (amity may eat*
ui without fortefting any otlow
anco to which they an antHioO.
319 RHODE ISLAND AVI
N.W.
723 TEA ST. N.W.
Ml. 7795-MI. 7796
2 Test Areas Picked
By Commission on
Potomac Pollution
By James BtrchheM
Sw WH
BEDFORD SPRINGS Pa April
23.—The Interstate Commission
on the Potomac River Basin ended
a three-day meet in* here this
afternoon after selection of twoi
demonstration areas in which it
will assist in the solution of
definite pollution problems.
In the Monocacy River Valiev
emphasis will be placed on Sand
use and community planning
while on the Opequon Creek in
Virginia, efforts will be concen
trated on an industry cleanup
campaign.
May Serve as Guide.
“The work on these two small
watersheds will provide a means
of rapid accomplishment and may
serve as a guide for other com
pact groups throughout the coun
try," Raymond V. Long, commis
sion chairman, said.
The commission also moved
today to make a survey of the
lower Potomac River that may
prove of great economic signifi
cance to Virginia Maryland ami
the District of Columbia.
Under the commission's plan
the two States and the District
will be asked to co-operate In re
questing a survey by the Public
Health Service. This survey would
provide a complete picture of the
lower river and may lead to the
recovery of dwindling seafood re
sources in the river and Chesa
peake Bay.
It was pointed out that Mary
land's oyster harvest has dropped
from 15,000.000 bushels to about
3.000.000 bushels, and that the
oyster supply in the Potomac is
almost gone. This decrease may
be cause in part by silt and other
forms of pollution, it was said.
Forms Barrier for Shad.
It also was pointed out that pol
lution in the lower stream may
affect the shad supply, since these
fish must pass this "barrier of
filth" to reach spawning grounds
upstream.
Harold A. Kemp, District sani
tary engineer, told the commis
sion that a cleaner stream in the
Washington area would have a
recreational value that cannot be
estimated.
"No other city.” Mr. Kemp said,
"has the recreational potential
that the Potomac River, from Key
Bridge to Great Falls gives Wash
ington. But improvements must
be made first. The debris and
filth that mars the scenic beauty
of the falls must be removed from
the river, and its waters must be
made clean enough for their full
use by the people of the Nation's
Capital."
Mr. Kemp said plans already
are being discussed to remove all
sanitary wastes from this section
of the river, and that this, plus
the projects on the Monocacy and
Opequon should bring definite
changes in this area within the
next few years.
Aided by Co-operation.
In urging its action program.
Mr. Long said the commission has
become strong through its close
| co-operation with official regula
'tory groups in the member states
ar.d the District.
He pointed out that while the
commission has no enforcement
or regulatory powers of its own. it
has been able to better conditions
in many sections of the basin
through State agencies.
The annual meeting of the com
mission will be held next Septem
ber in the Opequon, probably at
Winchester, Va.
Sales of products and services
through vending machines in 1848
in the United States were esti
mated at about $750,000,000.
In Mnttflrtam
DODGIN', DACE. A tribute In. memory
of my best friend DACE HODGIN. who
so suddenly passed any one year aao
today. April 34. 1!*4*
The memory of a dear friend, however
ions apart.
Is like a sooihint melody that lingers In
the heart
It li the perlect picture of a rainbow In
the sky.
It Is the portrait of a path that eanne:
ever die.
I do not to each day and scatter flowec
Where he la retting neath the sun and
dew.
But If one Ilea In pain through weary
hours
I try to helD In memory of you
I. B. DEQUE*
PACKARD. CLARK M. In memory of
CLARK H. PACKARD whg pa «ec away
five years aao todav, April 34. IU44
MOTHER. SIST3R AND BROTHERS •
KI TH. LILY K. in loving memory of
our dear mother and sister. LILY K
RUTH, who parsed away etgb years aao
today. April 34. IH4I.
God raw the toad was getting rough.
The htll< too hard to climb
Bo he grntly closed her loving eyes
And whispeted. "Peace be thine.*
They sty time heals all sorrow.
And helps us to lorcet.
But time so fsr has only proved
How much we mtas you. mother dear.
DEVOTED DAUGHTER. MABEL MOYD
AND SON LEROY RUTH. AND BIS
TERS. GERTRUDE AND GENEVA
SANFORD. BERTHA (HEW. Pangs of
trief ptetre the memory of the desth
of cur dearly oeloved wife rod mother.
RERTHA CHEW SANFORD on April 34
UH:i
Shell claim of death cause us to grieve.
And make our courage fsmt or fait?
Nay’ Let u* faith and hope receive.
The rose stlil grows beyond the wail.
DEVOTFD HUSBAND JOSE.’H SANFORD
AND LOVING DAUGHTER. CORA L
JOHNSON. *
TURNER. Cl.I ETON E. In loving mem
ory oi our dear husband and father
CLIFTON E. TURNER, who departed this
life one year aso toesy. Apr;! 34. 1*48,
It is lonely here without you.
So rad along life's way:
In otir hcarta your memory lingers ,
Thu is tWe dsy God called you awgy
No one knows how much we miss you.
No one knows the bitter pom
Wr have suBered sine* we lost you;
Ule has never been the same
LOVING WIPE AND BON •
TURNER. CLIFTON E. In loving mem
ory of my dear son. CLIFTON E. TURNER
who departed this Ule one year age to
ssy. April 34. 1*4* t
There is not a day 1 do not think of you
Think of the elee things you used t» 4e
Some may think the wound la healed.
Bat no one knows the sorrow la my heart
CdllMtlCd.
Only thoee who hare lost earn tell
The pa la of parties wtthom. farewell.
< t LOVING MOTHER *
Bethesda-Chevy Chase Winner
In County School Press Contest
Reihesda-Chevy Chase High
School yesterday won, the thud
annual Montgomery County Jn
terscbolaslk Pres* contest, spon
sored by the county press associa
tion.
The winning school was de
termined by the number of it* stu
dent* who won prises in the lout
categories—news writing sports
*edi tonal* and features All stones
for the contest were written dur
ing the Competitions yesterday st
Damascus Md * High School.
Individual winners in the or
der they placed in each category
were Sews — Leo Barrington
Bethesda-Chevy Chase Mary Lou
Hanson, Montsomerv Blair Jane
Biadiev, Bethrsda-Cheiy Chase
Spoils—Robert Wilson. Gaith
ersburg Robert Headley. Richard
Monttome.'T Ht*h Do*';d Water*
Rif hard Moohsome.-y Hi*:
Editorials fAUt.it 04*4 tit
Uve:*Purs. laitm
thesaa -<'hev * Chase and A: ,•<
Russo. Msoistnen Blau
IYaUu*a~~Shu k* Sr* too. Kr
thesda-Chevy Chase Bail**-*
Chappell. Bethe*4s-Che*y Ct-.«v
and LucsUe Casr.phr .. K .
WonllMktn
Firtt place winner* paeoned *
cash prise* second place a.nnet*
sot $2 and third place «.nr* * re
ceived Si Miss Bradley accepted
a plaque for Betheada -Chew
Chase The a inrun* school fen-a*
the plaque for one year lunt
year it was a on py Damascus H:«h
School
Blair Lee III. editor of the
Man land New*, made the pre
sentation.
Reburial Rites Wednesday
For Pvt. John W. Johnson
Pvt. John W. Johnson, jr.. mu.
of Mr and Mra. John W. Johnson
of 6012 Walbonding road Glen
Poho Heights, Md. will be re
buried in Ar
lington Ceme
tery at 2 pm
Wednesday.
The 19-year
old soldier Mas
j killed at Nor
vtlle, Belgium
by enemy tank
fire December
19. 1944 during
the Battle of
the Bulge He
aas a member
of the Mlfith
Parachute I n
fantry R e g i
Pvt J»hith*u
ment of the 101st Airborue Divi
sion.
A native of Washington. Pvt
Johnson was a giactuate of Leland
Junior High School in Chevy
Chase. He entered service in
1943 and was sent oversea^ in
July. 1944, after training at rot t
Belvoir.
Besides his parents, he is sur
vived by three sisters. Mrs Jean
nette I. Dickerson and Miss
Delana M. Johnson of the home
address, and Mrs. Betty L. Dicker
son of Vienna. Va
Sergt. R. E. Wood
Rifes Set Tomorrow
Funeral services will be held
at 10 am. tomorrow for Sergt
Robert E. Wood, 2", counter in
telligence Corps agent in Germany
and a former
assistant route
asent for The
Star, who was
drowned as a
result of an
automobile ac
cident In Ger
many March
19.
The service
will be in at.
Jerome's
Church in Hy
aUsvtlle, Md„
and burial will
follow at 11 a m.
W«i
in Arlington Cemetery.
S^rgt. Wood was a native of
Washington and a graduate of
McKinley High School. Hf entered
service in 1943 and served with
the 172d Combat Engineers In
Belgium and Germany. He re
enlisted in the Army in 1946 and
served with the 427th CIC De
tachment.
Sergt. Wood is survived by hi*
mother. Mrs. Catherine E. Wood
with whom he lived at 5605
Thirty-sixth place. HyatUvllle;
three sisters. Mrs. Harry E. Hil
liard of the home address; Mrs
Lioyd Winchester. 3501 Thirteenth
slicet N.W . and Sister Consuela
Marie. Sacred Heart Academy
Lancaster. Pa., and three brothers.
Francis I. Wood. 3744 First street
S.E: Bernard A. Wood. C.-tI:.
Nebr., and John J. Wood. 1106
North Pitt street, Alexander.
Rites Set for S. A. Caruso,
Croc:: Kate for 25 Years
Funr al and burial sendees will
be held In Fort Lincoln Cemetery
at 9:10 a m. tomorrow for Salva
tore A. Caruso. 59. a grocer here
for 25 years who died Thursday
at the home of his daughter. Mrs.
Jean Scaldaferri, 5724 Fifth
street N.W'.
The services will be in Fort
Lincoln Chapel.
A native of Sicily. Mr. Caruso
came to Washington 46 years ago,
and founded the grocery import
ing firm of Caruso. Inc . at 419
Morse street N.E. He retired two
years ago and had been living in
Rosemead. Calif He was on a
visit to his family here when he
died.
Mr. Caruso, who was a member
of Fiumedlnisi and Moose Heart
Lodges here, is survived by Ws
widow. Elly K. Caruso; a son.
Frank Caruso, of 916 Quincy
street N.W. and two other
daughters. Mrs. Maml Garufl of
1923 Fifth street NJE.. and Mrs
Josephine Caputo of 3911 Blaine
street NJS.
MORRIS A. CARTER I CO.
Colored
Funeral Directora
m 2*4 st s.w. Anti mi
Rites Set Tomorrow
For Frank H. Baker
Funeral wrvicr* for Prank Mr
Cienan Baker SI a lifelong res
ident of Washington who forme:ly
was in tile testauiatu business
will ire held at 9 a m tonuxrow at
1st Gabnt 1 s Church 26 Gran!
Circle N.W Buna! will be in Ai
ling ton Cemetery.
M: Baker died Thursday at
Bethead* Naval Hospital after a
brief illness
Educated in Washington school*
he eittried U»r restaur ant business
as a youns man He once owned
a restaurant at Fourteenth and
U streets N W. He was employed
as a guard by the City Post Of
flee for about five year*
A veteran of Wo: Id War I he
was a member of both the Equal
ity Waiter Reed Post Veteran*
of Foreign Wars, and the M*gr
BishofT Catholic War Veterans
Post He also belonged to the
American Lesion
A bacheloi, Mr Baker Is sur
vived by two btwheiv Chatle* R
Baker. 724 Varnum street N W
aid Wllliai i C Bayer Georgetown
University two nieces and a
nephew
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