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ARMSTRONG, ANNIE VANSCHAACK. On Wednesday. June 29, 1949. at Fort Belvoir. Mrs. ANNIE VANSCHAACK ARM STRONG. formerly of Whltestone. Long Island. N. Y . wife of Thomas Armstrong mother of Mary. Glenn and Col. John Armstrong; grandmother of Ann Arm strong. Remains resting at the Wastler Funeral Home. 301 East Capitol st . until; 10 p m. Monday. Funeral services will be : at the Episcopal Church. Cornwall. N Y. on Wednesday. July M, at 10 a.m. Inter-; ment Willow Dell Cemetery. Arrangements in Cornwall. N. Y . by the Bevins Funeral Home. (Albany. Coxsaclcie. Flushing, Catskill. New York Times and Cornwall papers please copy.) 3 ATKINS. EULAH F. On Thursday. June 8(1. 1949, EULAH F. ATKINS of 409 4th at. n.w Services at the S. H. Hines Co Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w, on. Saturday. July 2. at 3 pm. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery 1 BENNETT. WILLIAM. Departed this life Tuesday, June 28. 1949. at Freed men's Hospital, after a brief illness. WIL LIAM BENNETT of 1205 North Pitt st.. Alexandria, Va. He leaves to mourn their loss a loving and devoted wife. Mrs. Mar-1 aaret Bennett; three nieces, two nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Horton's Mortuary. 1322 You st. n.w.. after ti p.m. Friday, where funeral services will be held Satur day. July 2, at 1 p.m , Rev. J. H. Williams officiating Interment Harmony Cemetery. BEVERLEY. EL1ZABEYH WINTER JONES. On Thursday. June .30. 1949. at; Circle Terrace Hospital. Alexandria. Va.. ELIZABETH WINTER JONES BEVERLEY, wife of R. Harry Carter Beverley and mother of Marshall J.. Richard H. C.. Jr.; Lt Col Welbey W. and Columbus Bever ley Remains resting at tlje Cunningham Funeral Home. Funeral Saturday. July at 11:30 a.m.. from St. Mary's Catho’tc Church. Alexandria. Va Interment St Mary's Cemetery. CAMPBELL. CLARA JANE. On Wed nesday. June 29. 1949. at 4 a.m . at hr residence. Germantown. Md., CLARA JANE CAMPBELL, daughter of the late William and Clara Brown, loving and devoted wue of Henry Campbell. She alto leaves foul , daughters. Mrs. Henrietta Johnson. Mrs. Irma Stevenson. Mrs. Moira Jackson »n<i; Miss Gervaise Campbell: one brother. James Brown, two adopted daughters.: Mrs Charity Sco;t and Mrs. Ethel Smith; eight, grandchildren, thirteen great-cranci children and a host of other relatives ana friends. Remains resting at her late resi dence after H p.m. Friday. July I. Fu neral Saturday July 2. at 2 pm . from the Asbury Church. Germantown. Md Rev. Smallwood. pastor. Ser ices by Snowden Ar Davis. CUNNINGHAM. CATHERINE M. On Friday. July 1. 1949, at the home or her daughter, till Michigan ave. n.e, CATHERINE M. CUNNINGHAM ueloveu wife of the late James Cunningham, mother of Ethel and John Cunnineham and Mrs. D J Whelan: sister of John Grace of Detroit. Mich. Services at the S H Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Tuesday. July 5. at! 8:10 a m.: thence to St. Anthony s Cath olic Church. 12th and Monroe sts. n.e.. where the holy sacrifice of the mass will i be offered at 9 a.m. for the repose ot her soul. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme tery 3 DEEDS. EDMUND J. On Thursday. June 30. 1949. EDMUND J. DEEDS, be loved husband of the late Sarah E. Deeds. Funeral from the residence of his son. John F. Deeds. 3419 Oliver st. n.w on; Saturday, July 2. at 10:30 a.m. Requiem mass at the Church of the Most Blessed Sacrament at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. (Kansas City. Kans paper;; please copy 1 J I DE POMPA, MARK. Suddenly, on Tues-! day. June 28. 1949, at his residence. 920 K st. n.e . MARK DE POMPA. beloved son of the late Pasauale and Theresa De, Pompa. Funeral from the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home, fill H st. n.e . on Friday.i July 1. at 8:30 a m. Requiem mass atp Holy Name Church at 9 a.m Relatives; and friends are invited. Interment Ai ling.on National Cemetery. 1 DOMENICO. EDNA M. On Thursday. June 30. J949. at Sibley Hospital. EDNA M. DOMENICO (nee Wiggingtom. beloved wife of John Domenico of 720 K st. n.e.; anti mother of Alfred L. Chamoer.am. ! Funeral services at the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home. 04! H st. n.e., on Tues day. July 5. at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill, Cemetery. 4 DUNCAN. JIANI1A. un inursuaj. June 30, 1949, at her residence. 1328 4th st. n.w.. JUANITA DUNCAN, wife of Nor man Duncan. Remains resting a- John son & Jenkins' Funeral Home, 2053 Geor gia ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. FRANK. EFFIE E. On Thursday. June 30. 1949. at the home of her daughter. 4007 Chestnut st.. Bethesda, Md.. EFFIE E FRANK, beloved wife of the late Earl D. Frank and mother of Mrs. Mildred F. • Webster. Remains resting at the Bethes da-Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert A Fumphrey. Bethesda. Md where serv ices will be held Frfdaf. July 1. at 2 p m. Interment Frankfort. N. Y. T GALLOWAY. REGINALD. On Thurs day. June 30. 1949. at the Naval HospitaK Bethesda. Md.. REGINALD GALLOWAY, husband of Carrie Galloway, father ol Delores and Reginald Galloway. Jr.; broth er of Mrs. Lillian Jackson. Raymond and Earl Galloway, He also leaves one grand child, three aunts and two uncles. No tice of funeral later. Arrangements by the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. HALL. HERBERT MILTON. Of 3122 M st fcw . on June 29. 1949. husband of Mamie Tearl Hall, father of Mrs. Burton M. Dinkle. Mary V. Betty J.. Peggy Ann, Nancy Lee and William M. Hall; son of Bertha M. Thompson, brother of James F. Hall. Also survived by two grandchil dren. Services at Chambers' Funeral Home. 3072 M st. n.w.. on Saturday. July 2 at 1 pm Interment Browns Chapel, Va 1 HALL. JOHN MURRAY. Suddenly, on Wednesday. June 29. 1949, at his resi dence. 1875 Monroe st. n.w , JOHN MUR RAY HALL, beloved husband of Harriet C. Hall, father of John C. Hall. Services at the S H Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Saturday, July 2. at 2 p m Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 1 HANCOCK. ERNEST EDWIN. On Wed nesday. June 29. 1949. at Sibley Hospital. ERNEST EDWIN HANCOCK of 2400 Perry st. n.e., beloved husband cf the late Mary B Hancock, father of Doris M. Hancock. Mrs. Florence M. Schoenbauer and Mary J Schoening. Services at the S. H. Hines Co FUneral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Saturday. July 2. at 11 m m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 1 HARDESTY. ELIZABETH. On Friday. July 1. 1949. at her residence, in Ardmore. Md Mrs ELIZABETH HARDESTY, be loved mother of Mrs. Hilda M. Lake and sister of Cleveland Dare Friends may call at Hysong's Funergl Home. 1300 N st. n.w . where services will be held on Tues day. July 5. at 2 P.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 3 HERATH, JOHN. On Thursday. June SO. 1949. at his residence. 2305 R st. s.e.. JOHN HERATH. the beloved husband of the late Katharine A. Herath and father of Mrs. Anna M. Tighe Mrs. Clara M. Gray. Miss Barbara K. Herath. Albert T. and Henry G. Herath. Funeral from the above residence on Sa'urday. July 2. at 2 p m Services at St Matthew's Lutheran Church. 15th st. and Kentucky ave s.e.. at 2:30 p.m. Relatives and friends in vited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. (Baltimore. Md.. papers please copy.i 1 LEE. VIRGIE A. On Wednesday. June 59. 1949. at her residence. 631 Gresham pi. n w.. VIRGIE A. LEE. wife of Thomas Lee. devoted mother of Vera G. Johnson of Luray Va : William E. and James C. Lee. Martha E Butler and Gladys Seymour of Washington. D. C. She also leaves many other relatives and a host of friends. Mrs Lee will rest at the C. V. Lewis Fu neral Home. 1508 9th st n.w.. after 3 pm. Saturday. July 2 Funeral services Sunday. July 3. at 1 p.m.. at Mount Carmel Baptist Chureh. Luray. Va . Rev. Edward K. Foster in charge of services. Interment church cemeterv. Arrange ments Chinn’s Funeral Services. 2 MALEY. MARGARET A. On Thursday. June 30. 1949. MARGARET A MALEY, beloved daughter of the late John and Josephine Maley and sister of Mrs. Mabel Gregory. J. Floyd Maley. Frank C. Maley and Mrs Inez Lawler of Norlolk. Va. Funeral from the Geier Funeral Home. 3605 14th st n.w.. on Monday. July 4. at 8:30 a m. High requiem mass at St. j Gabriel's C8urch at 9 a.m Relatives and, friends invited Interment Mount Olive*! Ceroet-ry. Friends are Invited to call1 after 1 p.m. Saturday. 3 FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO.CSHAFFER.Inc. EXPREESIVF FIORAI TRIBUTES AT MODERATE PRICED PRONF HA OIOS Cor. 14th & Eve ««g CHACONAS FLOWERS Rsaatlfal FLORAL PIECES, IP.00 ul aa DELIVERED 2..40 14th Et H W Phone DC 71*1 GUDE BROS. CO. tadwthue' i Designed Wreathe and Barmy* Chare. Areoants Opened hr Phan* •21* ► St. N.W.—NAtlonal 4*7« FUNERAL DIRECTORS. J. William Lee’s.-Sons Co. 4th and Mata. Aae. N.l. U 8*00 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium FRANK GEIER'S SON'S CO. 3605 14th ST. N%W. TUCKERMAN 2326 NEW ENLARGED PARLORS' Formerly at Ills 7th St. H.W. __Established 1S81_ 1 V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither successor to nor connected with the orlelnal W R. Roeere eateblishment 1009 H St. N.W. t . The Lertest In The City and one of The Lareeat in The World! Ambulancea. $5. Floral shop sprays. $" up. Funerals from *P5 up. Complete Cemetery Plot. S8H* Cell Chambers. CO. 0432. 4 Loca tions . . they are biceer! Chambers is Reliable and Is an expert in this line! » WIMaiMHBBR C : . £ . Uratljfl MASON. DR. WILLIAM BEVERLEY. On Friday. June 30. 1949, at his resi-! dence. 2129 Conn. ave. n.w.. Dr. WILLIAM BEVERLEY MASON, husband of Agnes K. Mason and father of William Beverley Mason, jr.; Dandridse K Mason and John S. Mason. Services will be held at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, Conn, ave and Bancroft pi. n^\. on Saturday. July 2. at 11 a m. Interment private. McDaniel. Andrew townsend. on July J. 1949. of 704 3rd st. n.w. hus band of the late Eva May McDaniel, fa ther of George H McDaniel. Mrs. Cecil McPherson Services at Chambers’ Fu neral Home. 517 11th st. s.e., on 8atui-i day, July 2, at 2.30 p.m. Interment Congressional. McCLELLAN, EDITH M. On Wednes-j day, June 29. 1945*. at Emergency Hos pital. EDITH M McCLELLAN (nee Davis), beloved daughter ol the late Jesse P. and Georgia F. Davis, sister of Oertley J. and Almarion Davis and Mrs. Violet J. Owens. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e., until 8:15 a m. Saturday. July 2. Requiem mass at the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church at 9 a m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. MILES, SAMUEL F. On Thursday. June I 30, 1949. at his home, Hyattstown. Md.. SAMUEL P. MILES, father of C. William Miles, Edward H. Miles. Mrs. Philip Linthl cum and Mrs. Luther Thompson, and brother of Mrs. Almeda Nicholson. Mr. Miles rests at his late home. Services will! be held on Sunday. July 3. at 11 a m., at the Hyartstown Methodist Church. In terment in adjoining cemetery. 2 MOORE. JOSEPH C. On Wednesday. June 29. 1949, at his residence, 1413-A Carrollburg pi. s.w.. JOSEPH C. MOORE. He leaves a devoted wife, Nellie Moore; one son. Walter D. Moore; one sister. Susie Moore; one brother, Thomas Moore of Atlantic City. N. J., and many other relatives and friends. After 4 p.m. Fri day. July 1. friends may call at Eugene Ford's Funeral Chapel. 1213 4th st. s.w. Funeral services will be held Saturday. July 2. at 1 p.m . at Providence Baptist Church. M st. between 4th and 9th sts. s.w . Rev. G. E. Stevenson officiating. In terment Woodlawn Cemetery. MOORE. JOSEPH. The officers 'and fmemberswof Morning Star Lodge. No. 40. I. B. P. O. E. of W., are requested to meet in a session of sorrow Friday evening. July 1. 1941*. at 8:30 o clock, at the home of our late brother, JO SEPH MOORE Funeral services Saturday. July 2. at 1 p.m.. at Providence Baptis Church. M st. between 4th ano ♦jth sts. s.w. REECE C. SCOTT. Exalted Ruler. JAMES T. BKOWN. Fin. Sec. MOORE. JOSEPH. Members of the In terdenominational Ushurs’ Un ion of D. C. and Vicinity: You are hereby notified of the death of ov.r beloved member. JOSEPH MOORE. Funeral services at the Providence Bap list Church, M st. between 4th and 9th sts. s.w.. Saturday. July 2. 1949. ALMA C. HAWKINS. President. HENRYETTA DAVENPORT. Cor Sec. MORGERETU. CATHERINE E. On Thursday. June 30, 1949, at Suburban Hospital CATHERINE E. MORGERETH of 119 Northbrook lane. Bethesda, Md.. beloved wife of the late Prank H. Mor- j gereth. Remains resting at the Bethesda Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert A. Pumphrey. Bethesda Md. Services Satur day, July 2. at Our Lady of Lourdes Cath olic Churrh. Bethesda. Md.. where requiem mass will be offered at 1 1 a.m. Inter- I mem Hoiy Redeemer Cemetery, Baltimore. ; Md. O'CONNOR. MAURICE P. <PAT>. Sud denly. on Tuesday. June 28. 1949. MAU RICE P. (PAT) O'CONNOR Of 1911 28th pi. s.e.. beloved husband of Catherine J. j O’Connor (nee Kiklinger) and father of Kathleen J. and Clare P O’Connor. Re-: mains resting at his late residence. Fu neral from the above residence on Satur- f dav. July 2. at 8:30 a..n. High requiem mass at Holy Name Church at 9 a m Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Rela tives and friends rre invited. 1 O’CONNOR. MAURICE P. (PAT>. Mem bers of the Holy Name So-1 ciety of St. Francis Xaviers , i Church are requested to at tend the recitation of the (rosary Friday. July 1. 1949, at 8:30 p.m.. at the residence, 1911 28th st. s.e. REV. RICHARD J BARRON, Spiritual Director. MR JAMES T WALLACE. Vigilance Committee. 1 PETER. GEORGE ROBERT. Suddenly, on Wednesday. June 2!*. 1949. at his home. Riggs rd . Hyattsville. Md.. GEORGE ROBERT PETER, husband of Dorothy Ann Peter, father of Mary Ann Peter, son of Mrs. Ida May Peter of Silver Spring. Md.. and brother of William Oscar Peter. Mrs. ; Dorothy Nicholson. William M. Peter. Charles E. Peter and Mrs. Laura Kuhlman of Johnstown. Pa.; Mrs May Feeney of j Washington. D C . and Mrs. Anna Teske of Berwyn. Md. Mr. Peter rests at the Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia ave.. Silver Spring, Md., where services will be held on Saturday, July 2, | at 10**.m. Interment Rock Creek Come-1 tery. i. PISANI. GIACCOMO. Suddenly, on Tuesday. June 28. 1949. In Philadelphia. Pa. GIACCOMO PISANI. husband of Porzia Pisani of 9309 Columbia blvdl. Sil ver Spring. Md.; father of Ralph. Rocco, i Vite. Louis. Anthony. Frank and James: Pisani. and Miss Mary and Miss Agnes! Pisani: grandfather of Jean Ann Porzia and brother of Lewis Pisani of New York , Cjty. Mr. Pisani rests at the Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia ave.. Silver Spring. Md . where prayers will be said on Saturday. July 2, at 8:45 am.; thence to St. Michael's Catholic Church, Silver Spring. Md.. where mass will be offered at 9 a.m. for the repose of his soul. Interment Cedar Hill Ceme- < tery. POETZMANX, NELLIE V. June 29. 1949, of Berwyn. Md.. wife of William E. Poetzmann. sister of Frank Smith of Bal timore. Md. Services at Chambers’ Fu neral Home. 5801 Cleveland ave.. River dale. Md.. Saturday, July 2, at 2 p in.! Interment Fort Lincoln. 1 • PROCTOR. WILLIAM H. On Tuesday. June 28. 1949. WILLIAM H PROCTOR of Forestville. Md.. beloved husband of Mrs. Rosie M. Proctor, father of Alonzo and Walter Proctor. Mabel and Elsie Swann. He also is survived by one sis ter. four brothers, four grandsons, one granddaughter, one great-grandson, one great-granddaughter other relatives and friends. Remains may be viewed at his late residence after 5 P.m. Friday, July 1. Funeral Saturday. July 2, at 9 a m., from Mount Calvary Catholic Church, Forest ville. Md. Interment church cemetery J Arrangements by Barnes & Matthews. 1 ! ROSE, AGNES BEATRICE. On Friday. July 1, 1949. at Freedmen’s Hospital, AGNES BEATRICE ROSE of 1713 13th rd. south, Arlington, Va., beloved daughter of Mrs. Agnes Beverly, niece of Blanche Jeffersop, Ella Bostic. Bertha Robinson and Dan Beverly. She also is survived by other relatives and a host of friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines & Co. Funeral Home, 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. Notice of funeral later. SAPPINGTON, DR. ERNEST FREDRICK. On Wednesday, June 29, 1949, at his resi dence. 1715 Lament st. n.w.. Dr. ERNEST FREDRICK SAPPINGTON. beloved hus band of Myrtle Stone Sappington. father of Dr. Thomas Sappington. Services at the S H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Saturday, July 2, at 12 noon. 1 SAVOY. LILLIAN. On Wednesday. June 29. 1949. at Montclair. N. J., LILLIAN SAVOY, beloved mother of Rodney P Savoy and Drs. Walter 8. and Leonard D. Savoy. Also surviving are other relatives and many friends. After 8 p.m Friday friends are Invited to call at the McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th st. n.w., where services will be conducted by the Rev.1 James O. West. Jr., on Saturday. July 2. at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 1 SEDGWICK. ELLA H. On Wednesday. June 29. 1949. KLLA H. SEDGWICK, be loved wife of the late Frederick Sedgwick, mother of Robert H. and Paul J. Sedgwick and sister of Clara E. Howe Funeral from the W. W. Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w.. on Saturday, July 2. at 1:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 1 SIMMS. MARY. On Sunday. June 26, -1949. MARY SIMMS, sister of James F. Hill, aunt of Christine Brooks and cousin of Leona Coleman. Friends may call a' the Malvan & Schey Funeral Home. N. J. ave. and R st. n.w.. after 10 a.m. Friday, where services will be held Saturday. July 2. at 8:30 a.m.. followed by mass at the Holy Redeemer Church at 9 a.m. Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. * SMALLWOOD. LEON A.. SR. On Wednes day. June 29. 1949. at his residence, 4427 Hunt pi. n.e.. LEON A. SMALLWOOD. Sr., devoted husband of Minnie B. Smallwood and father of Mrs. Marlon S. Black of Los Angeles. Calif.; Leon. Jr.: Millard B. and William H. Smallwood. Also surviv ing are three sisters. Lillian Wooden. Ger trude Johnson and Bertha Chase; other relatives and many friends. After noon Monday friends are Invited to call at the McGuire Funeral Home, 1829 9th st. n.w. Reauiem mass will be offered at the In carnation Catholic Church. 1016 Browning nl. n.e., Tuesday. July 5. at 10 a.m. In terment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 3 SMITH. CHARLES H. Suddenly, on Tuesday. June 28. 1949. CHARLES H. SMITH of 2460 Ontario rd. n.w., beloved son of Mrs. Mildred Smith and the late Thomas H. Smith, brother of Mrs. Martha E. Clark, uncle of Rupertha L. and Rupert B. Clark, Jr. He also Is survived by other relatives* end friends. After 12 noon Fri day remains resting with L. E. Murray & Son. 1337 loth st. n.w., where funeral service* will be held Saturday. July 2. at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cem etery. !• ' STRIVER. RICHARD J. On Monday. June 27. 1949. at Gallinger Hospital. RICHARD J STRIVER, husband of Mrs. Eleanora Striver. father of Mrs. Olga Hill, son of Mrs. Ida Striver. He also leaves three brothers, three sisters, two aunts, ether relatives and friends. The late Mr. Striver may be viewed at 1005 3rd st. s.e. •iter 4 o.m, Friday, where services will be held Saturdiv. July 2. at 1 p.m.. Rev. W. O. Hawkins officiating. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Services by Stewart. 1 CEMETERY LOTS. NATIONAL MEMORIAL PARS. Falls Church—Vs lot. consisting of 5 burial sites. Call OR. 7882. —1 I LOT WITH 5 SITES In Ft. Lincoln Ceme tery; S326 cash. bal. $10 monthly. Tower 5600. —3 CONGRESSIONAL CEMETERY — Three grave sites snd use of one side monument on lot in front nart of cemetery. MRS. SADIE E. CRIPP8. Mechanicsville road. Torresdale, P, O, 14. Phlta.. Pcnna. 3* SAVE $206—2 crypts, side by side in the new. beautiful mausoleum at Ft. Lincoln Cemetery. These same crypts are selling for $2,000. My 2 crypts esn be bought for $1,800: $1,250 cash and bal paid at $20 mo.; pvt. owner. Call until 12. WAJ 3119. —3 Constance L. Torrey, Bureau of Standards Radium Tester, Dies Miss Constance Lincoln Torrey, 50, chief of the Bureau of Stand ards radium testing laboratory for nearly 20 years, died last night at Emergency Hospital. Miss Torrey, who joined the 1 a b oratory in 1920, was the only woman in this country re s p o n s ible for official meas urement of ra dium on which its price- is based, bureau officials said, j Handling an Mi» Torrey. average of 101 or 12 grams of the precious sub stance a year, she tested many I grams of radium used in the development of the atomic bomb. Miss Torrey, who lived at the Embassy Apartments, 1613 Harv ard street N.W., was past matron of the Lebanon Chapter, No. 25, Order of the Eastern Star and its current secretary. She suffered a stroke Tuesday at the Masonic Temple after attending a meeting of the chapter. A member since 1926. she had been a leading bowler in the Eastern Star Bowl ing League for more than 20 years. A native of Williamstown, Mass., she was the foster daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Winfred M. Gaylord of Easthampton, Mass. She came here after graduating with honors from Smith College. Active in physicist groups here, she also was a member of the Smith College Club of Washington. Besides her foster parents, she is survived by a sister. Miss Rachel Torrey, Hartford, Conn.; three foster sisters, Mrs. George Coyle, Southampton, Miss.; Mrs. Henry\ Sheldon and Mrs. Leslie Whiteley,! both of Easthampton, and a foster brother, Dan B. Gaylord, Hyannis, Mass. Funeral arrangements are being made by the Hines funeral home, 2901 Fourteenth street N.W. __ Boy 'Governor' Installed PETERSBURG, Va.. July 1 (/Pt.—A Norfolk youth, William Rudd, was installed as "Governor" at the first Boys State for Vir-1 ginia Negro boys at Virginia State College here yesterday. Spates THOMAS. HARVEY B. Suddenly, on Thursday. June :f(P. 1040. ai Soldiers home Hospital. Washington. D. C.. HAR VEY B. THOMAS, beloved husband ol Edna L. Thomat. Remains resting at the Ives Funeral Home. 2047 Wilson blvd . Arlington. V» . where funeral services will be held Saturday. July 2, at 2:30 p.m. Interment Edon. Ohio. TORREY. MISS CONSTANCE L. On! Thursaay. June 30. 1040. at Emergency Hospital. Miss CONSTANCE L. TORREY of 1013 Harvard st. n.w., foster daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Winfred M. Gaylord Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2001 14th st. n.w., on Saturday. July 2. at b p.m. Interment Bast Hamp ton. Mass. 2 TI'REEY. ANNIE. On Monday, June 27. 11140. Mrs. ANNIE TURLEY of IS20 Swann st. n.w.. beloved wife ol the Rev. W. L. Turley, sister of William H. Cash. She also leaves five nieces, four nephews, •ther relatives and friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church, 1432 You st. n.w., after 10 a.m. Friday. July 1. Remains will lie in state at Mount Gilead Baptist Church. 13th st. between Que and R sts. n.w , from 7 P.m Friday. July 1. unTl time of funeral serv ices Saturday. July 2. at 12 noon. Rev. J. L. F. Holloman officiating Relatives and friends invited. Interment Lincoln Me morial Cemetery. 1 , YEATTER. CALVIN. Suddenly. on Thursday, June .30, 1040, CALVIN YEAT TEH of 114 V at. ne. beloved husband of Arlte Pittman Yeatter. Services at the S H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2001 14th st. n.w.. on Saturday, July 2. at "4 p.m Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. YOUNG, ODIE M. Departed this life on Friday, July 1. 1040. at Freedmen s Hos pital. ODIE M. YOUNG of 020 INth at. n.e.. devoted wife of Mr Bernard N. Young, loving mother of Helen. Joemathan and Bernard N. Young. Jr.: daughter ol Rev. and Mrs. William Dent. Four sisters. ; two brothers, other relatives and a host of friends also survive. Remains resting , at the John T. Rhines Ac Co Funeral Home. 3rd and Eye sts. a.w. Notice of funeral later. itt iKmnriam AUGUSTUS. EDWARD BEVERLY. In memory oi my son. EDWARD BEVERLY AUGUSTUS, who passed away eleven years ago today, July 1, 1838. Just to know him was to love him, Just to love him was to share In the kind and generous spirit That went with him everywhere. How strange it seems with so much gone. With life and love to still live on. MOTHER. • BOHN. WILLIAM M. In remembrance1 of a dear friend. WILLIAM H. BOHN, who passed away one year ago today. July J. 1848. Loving and kind in all your ways. Upright and lust to the end of your days: Sincere and true in your heart and mind. What beautiful memories, dear friend, you left behind. NELL AND KIT. • BOWERS. ELLA GRACE. In loving memory ol my beloved wife. ELLA GRACE BOWERS, who passed away four years ago today. July 1. 1945. Four sad and lonely years have passed Since my great sorrow fell; The shock I received that day I still remember well. A voice I loved Is stilled. A place Is vacant In my heart Which never dan be filled. It is sweet to know we shall meet again. Where parting is no more, And that the one I loved so dearly Has only gone before. My thoughts of you will never fade. When all the years have flown. Your memory as the brightest star Will always light my home. The flowers I place upon your grave May wither and decay. But the love for my wife who sleeps beneath Will never, never fade away. With only one last hope I have. And this I know is true. You can never come to me. But I can come to you. YOUR DEVOTED HUSBAND. JOHN T. BOWERS. • COOPER. MRS. MARY E. MeKENNY. In loving remembrance ol our loving wife, j mother and sister. Mrs. MARY E. Me* KENNY COOPER, who passed swsy tour! years ago today, July 1. 1945. Gone from this world of grief and sorrow. Where you always gave your best, God has taken you, dear one. To a land of peace and rest. The love you gave ue many years Will never from us depart: Though you are gone beyond our reach. You are always in our hearts. DAVID L. AND EVERETT L. COOPER, MRS. ELLEN E EVANS AND MRS. MINNIE B. COOK. DODD. RANDOLPH. In memory ol my father. RANDOLPH DODD, who passed awsy four years ago today. July 1. 1945. Daddy, in my heart you’ll always stay. No one but God could take you away. YOUR LOVING DAUGHTER. GLORIA O. WARE. * FRASER. HENRY A. Sacred to the memory of my dear husband, HENRY A. FRASER, wno passed away pine years ago today. July 1. 1940. HIS LOVING WIFE. • HALL. FRANCES R. In loving memory of my dear sister, FRANCES R. HALL, who passed into eternal rest five years ago to day. July 1. 1944. What would I alve to aee your face, Your lovely hands to touch: To hear your voice and see you smile, That meant to me so much. YOUR SISTER. FLORENCE BAYARD. • HALL. FRANCES R. In sad but loving memory of my dear mother, FRANCES R. HALL, who departed this life five years ago today. July 1. 1944. Forget her? No, I never will. I loved her then. I love her still; Her memory ia as fresh today As in the hour she passed away. HER DAUGHTER, WINONA HALL TAY LOR. • JACKSON. GEORGE CARTER. In lov ing memory of my dear husband and our father and brother, GEORGE CARTER JACKSON, who departed this life one year ago today. July 1. 1949. God knows how much we miss him. Never shall our memory fade; Loving thoughts shall ever wander To the spot where he Is laid. THE FAMILY. Son of Gen. Holcombe Enters West Point Thomas Wesley Holcombe, 19, son of B'ig. Gen. and Mrs. Wil liam Henry Holcombe of Fairfax County, today entered the United 6tates Military Academy on ap pointment of President Truman. Young Holcombe took a com petitive examination this spring for one of the 10 presidential ap pointments to West Point. He placed fourth in a field of 300. he was informed. The new cadet and his brother. First Lt. William Henry Holcombe, jr., are the third generation of their family to at tend the academy. Their parents live near Mount Vernon in Fair fax County. Mrs. Beverley Dies; Councilman's Mother Mrs. R. Harry Carter Beverley, 63, mother of Alexandria City Councilman Marshall J. Beverley, died last night at Circle Terrace Hospital. Alexandria, after a short illness. She returned recently from her winter home in West Palm Beach, Fla., to enter the hospital. Born in Alexandria. Mrs. Bev erley was the daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Marshall Jones. For many years she was active in charitable work for St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Alex andria. Surviving Mrs. Beverley are her husband, a retired official of the Southern Railroad, and four sons: Councilman Beverley and R. Car ter Beverley of Alexandria, Lt. Col. William Welby Beverley. Fort Knox, Ky„ and Columbus Bev erley, San Francisco. She also leaves two brothers, Winfield Payne Jones. Atlanta, and Gerald Jones, Tucson, Ariz., and two sis ters, Miss Anne Lewis Jones and' Mrs. Cora J. Davis of Alexandria. Funeral services will be held at St. Mary’s Church at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow. Burial will be in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Mrs. Elizabeth Lindig Dies; Resident of Poolesville Funeral services for Mrs. Eliza-' beth Norris Lindig, 77, a resident of Poolesville, Md„ for more than1 50 years, will be held at 11 a m tomorrow at the United Daughters of the Confederacy Chapel in Monocacy Cemetery. Beallsville Md. Burial will be in the ceme tery. Mrs. Lindig died alter a long illness in St. Paul. Minn., where she had been visiting a daughter, Mrs. Searle Andrews. Born and educated in Baltimore, she was the widow of Henry M. Lindig, a distributor for the Ola Hubbard Fertilizer Co. of Balti more. He died in April, 194(5. Tne couple, who moved to Poolesville before the turn of the centuiy. were both members of St. Peter's Episcopal Church there. Surviving in addition to Mrs Andrews are three other daughters Mrs. A. Dennie Lewis, 3108 Gar field street N.W.; Miss Margaret Lindig, 2100 Massachusetts avenue N.W., and Mrs. Fredeiick Rade, Miami. Four sisters who live in Philadelphia also survive. Rites for Dr. W. B. Mason To Be Held Tomorrow Funeral services for Dr. William Beverley Mason. 75. prominent ear, nose and throat specialist and former professor at George Wash ington University Medical School, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow in St. Margaret's Church, Con necticut avenue and Bancroft place N.W. Burial will be private. Dr. Mason died yesterday at his home, 2126 Connecticut avenue N.W., after a long illness. He came to Washington in 1905 and established the private prac tice he continued until his illness. His offices were located at 1801 K street N.W. An outstanding authority on laryngology, he was on the medi cal board of the Episcopal Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital and was a member of the consulting staff of Children's Hospital. in Iflnmirtam JOHNSON. ANNIE BARKER. In sad but loving memory of our devoted mother. ANNIt BARKER JOHNSON, who departed this life, twenty-one years ago today. July 1. 1928. Mother, who gave us the best of her life,; Who cherished our secrets, our sorrows, our strife; Who taught us to love, who taught us to; pray. Our mother, in Heaven. God bless he? i today. HER LOVING CHILDREN. CLAUDE BAR-; KER JOHNSON. CATHERINE DALE AND MATILDA B. SCHOOLS. • Life is stairsteps of memories Of a mother so kind and true, And as I tread these steps of life, I am always thinking of you. HER POSTER DAUGHTER. KATHERINE WILLIAMS. MASON. REV. WILLIAM A. In loving memory of our husband and father. Rev. WILLIAM A. MASON, who departed this life one year ago today, July 1, I94N. We are sad within our memory, | Lonely are our hearts today, For the one we loved so dearly Has been forever called away. DEVOTED WIFE. AMANDA MASON. AND SONS. SAMUEL AND DOUGLAS REIDY. CORNELIUS. In memory ot j my dear lather. CORNELIUS REIDY. who departed this life four years ago today. 1 July 1, 1945. You lived a life that all might envy. Loved and loving, gentle, kind: And in death your blessed memory Comforts those you left behind. TOMMY. • ROWLEY. KATHARINE MADDEN. Love, and devotion to the memory of our dear sister. KATHARINE MADDEN ROWLEY, who left us three years ago today, July 1, 1946. There's a feeling eternity cannot dim. As our thoughts drift back through the years: Though time and tide so swiftly glide. We miss her yet. nor can we hide our grief and silent tears. HER DEVOTED BROTHER AND SISTERS. • WILSON. THOMAS W. In memory of THOMAS W. WILSON, who passed sway two years ago. July 1. 1947. Loved In life, remembered in death. DEVOTED WIFE. * YOUNG, LLOYD. In memory of my husband. LLOYD YOUNG, who passed away thirteen years ago today. July 1,' 1936. I am sad within my memory, Lonely is my heart today. For the one I loved so dearly Has forev-- been reu--' -we DEVOTED WIFE, ALICE YOUNG of 1137 7th si. n.w. FPC Will Investigate Gas Rates Charged to Virginia Distributor The Federal Power Commission has ordered an investigation of the natural gas rates charged by the Washington Gas Light Co. to its Virginia subsidiary. In an order issued yesterday, the commission said it wants to determine whether the rates sub ject to its jurisdiction—the "gate" or interstate rates—are unjust or unduly discriminatory. The FPC has no jurisdiction over rates to consumers within a State. Various sources familiar with the rate picture said, however, that if the interstate rates were re duced. it would then be up to the 'various State and local regula tory bodies to determine final rates to consumers. Wholesale Rates Affected. In a statement Issued after the order, the Washington Gas Light | Co. emphasized that the rate re view relates only to inter-company wholesale rates and that retail rates charged to Virginia custom ers by the Rosslyn Gas Co.—the Washington Gas Light Co. subsid iary—are not directly involved. “The existing rates, as filed with the Federal Power Commission, are based on cost of gas to the Wash ington Gas Light Co.,” the com pany statement added. “Such cost includes the amount paid by Washington to Atlantic Seaboard' Corp. for gas purchased, plus the costs of operating, storage, trans mission and stand-by facilities, and a proportionate part of the cost of amortizing certain manu facturing plants which were abandoned when natural gas was introduced. These plants previ ously had been used to produce gas for use in the District of Co lumbia and Virginia as well as Maryland. “Although the Federal Power Commission, which has jurisdic tion over interstate rates, has an nounced a review' of the whole sale rate, at this time there is no indication as to whether any change in rates will be made.” Hearing Date Not Set. The commission said new rates would be set if a hearing proves present rates are inequitable. No date was set for a hearing. The investigation, the commission said, would include two of the gas company’s subsidiaries—the Poto mac Gas Co., which owns the pipe line tying into the Washington system from Dranesville, Va.. and the Prince Georges Gas Corp.. which operates the storage gas holders. Neither company dis tributes gas to consumers. The commission Investigation apparently sprang from a request of the Arlington County Board to investigate the rates charged by I the Washington Gas Light Co. for natural gas delivered to the Ross lyn Gas Co. Price Boost of 20 Cents Cited. The Arlington complaint said the Washington Gas Lighf Co. purchases gas from the Atlantic Seaboard Corp. at 33 cents a thou sand cubic feet and sells it to Rosslyn for 53 cents, thus making an additional charge of 20 cents for transportation of gas over the Potomac Gas Co.’s 18-mile line. The Washington and Potomac companies countered that the transportation arrangement has been used only a limited number of times and that the rate applies to all gas purchased by Rosslyn from Washington regardless of the source of delivery. The Wash ington company has taken the po sition that the wholesale rate charged to Rosslyn gives Virginia consumers a proportionate share of the expenses of operation also shared by District consumers. The rate has been in effect since July 1, 1946. when straight natural gas was first used in the Metro politan area. District Heads Asked To Pare Budget Requests In view of the uncertainy of the amount of increased revenue that will be collected from thei new sales tax, city department heads have been asked by Budget Officer Walter L. Fowler to keep their 1951 budget requests close as possible to the 1950 level. Mr. Fowler has sent a memo randum to all department heads,! asking them to submit tfcjeir re-! quests for appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1951,1 not later than July 29 this year. Mr. Fowler called to the at- j tention of the department heads! the language used by the appro priation committee of Congress in reporting this year's appropri ation bill. It was: "Consideration should be given to the application of the sum of approximately $5,000,000, in ad dition to the amount normally provided, for needed capital im provements, such as schools, wel fare institutions, sewer projects, and others of high priority.” Four Men Get Prison Terms in District Court Cases Matthew ance, 54, of the 1200 block of One-Half street S.E., was given from three to nine years by Judge Edward M. Curran in District Court yesterday for shooting and wounding a man last month. The prisoner is colored. In another assault case. Charles Walker, 37, colored, of the 900 block of First street N.W., was given from three to nine years by Judge Richmond B. Keech for as saulting two other colored men with an ice pick. Ellis Wright. 50, colored, of the 1400 block of Swann street N.W\, was given from 20 months to five years by Judge Keech for pan dering. Moses Terrell, jr., 21, colored, of the 2300 block of Champlain street N.W., was sentenced to serve from 16 months to four years by Judge Keech for robbing a man of a watch. Acheson Will Consult Senate Before Chinese Reds Are Recognized • y the Associated Pres* Secretary of State Acheson has assured Senate foreign policy lead ers they will be consulted before any decision is made on recogniz ing a Chinese Communist govern ment State Department officials said today that word had been given Chairman Connally of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that Mr. Acheson will consult fully with the committee on the recognition question when it arises. There has been recent criticism from some Senators of adminis tration policy toward China. Twenty-one Senators sent Presi dent Truman a protest last week against establishing diplomatic re lations with the expected Commu nist regime. There has been no reply yet from the President but presuma bly his response will be based on the promise to consult and the fact that no decision has been made as yet. At his news conference yester day. Mr. Truman was reminded that Senator Vandenberg. Repub lican, of Michigan, and other Re publican foreign policy leaders have complained that this coun try's dealings with China w-ere not run on a bipartisan basis. The President was asked whether he made arty distinction between China and other areas of the w'orld in this respect. He replied that he certainly did not. Lapham, Aide Resign ECA Posts in China By the Associated Press Roger D. Lapham. former Mayor of San Francisco, resigned yesterday as chief of the Eco nomic Co-operation Administra tion to China. ECA also said Robert Allen Griffin of Monterey, Calif., has resigned as deputy chnf of the China-aid program. The agency gave no reason for the resignations but indicated they stemmed from the cutback in the China program as a result of Communist advances. Con gress has forbidden the use of ECA supplies jn Communist-held areas of China. Paul G. Hoffman, ECA adminis strator, made it clear that the resignations do not mean a halt in Chinese assistance. He said in a statement: “ECA is continuing on a re duced scale in the areas of China not dominated by the Com munists.” The acting chief of the China mission will be Norman Meikle john, a special assistant in ECA’s China organization. George E. Hardy, 80, Utility Executive, Dies By th« Associated Press ENGLEWOOD, N. J., July 1.— George E. Hardy, 80, public utility executive, died yesterday at his home. Born in Grand Rapids, Mich., Mr. Hardy started his career as an office boy for the Detroit, Grand Haven & Milwaukee Railway Co. Later he became a vice president of the company. 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Then, beginning next July 1. another six- months will be used in redeem ating the interiors of the legisaltive halls, including installation of new seats. Between January 1 and July 1. 1950. the Senate and House will sit in their usual places. But, beginning Tuesday, the Senate will be squeezed into the old Supreme Court chamber, where the first Senate to sit in the Capitol met in 1800. The House will take over the more spacious Ways and Means Committee room in the New House Office Building. The changes will mean drastic alterations in working conditions for the legislators and the con gressional staffs, as well as for newsmen covering Congress. Be cause of space limitations, the public will be excluded from ses sions during the remodeling pe riod. Meanwhile dissatisfaction with the redecoration plans sprouted in the Senate. Baldwin Prepares Resolution. Senator Baldwin. Republican, of Connecticut, said he has prepared a resolution which will ask the special committee in charge of the reconstruction to ‘•reconsider" the plans in order that the traditional aspect of the chamber may be preserved. Senator Baldwin took this step after joining with Senator Lodge. Republican, of Massachusetts, in an attack against the renovation plan yesterday on the Senate floor. “We ought to look into this project further and more seri ously," Senator Baldwin said, "to see if we have the right plan." He expressed doubt that some of the changes and modernization to be made in the interior redecc.ration would meet approval of the entire Senate. Delay Overruled Senator Baldwin supported Sen ator Lodge in two unsuccessful at-* tempts to hold up the program by amendments to a pending aporo ipriation measure. The amend ments would have denied funds for carrying out the big job, for which a contract already has Deen let. I Vice President Barkley ruled the amendments wrere not germane to the supply measure and upheld a point of order raised by Chairman McKellar of the Senate Appro priations Committee. Senator Lodge warned that his toric old skylights and architec ture of the chamber's interior were to be removed, and a new deco rative scheme introduced. The program was stoutly de fended by Senator McKellar, Dem ocrat. of Tennessee; Senator Cha vez, Democrat, of New Mexico, head of the special committee now 'in charge of the renovation pro gram, and by Chairman Hayden of the Senate Rules and Admin istration Committee. Authorized First in 1940. They denied Senator Lodge's charge that the renovation pro gram had not received full atten tion of regular committees of the Senate and the entire Senate. They quoted from both legislative and appropriation bill documents to show the project had been au thorized first in 1940, and had received several appropriations since, in various measures ap proved by the Senate. The plan also had been approved by the Fine Arts Commission, it was pointed out. The contract for putting new roofs over both House and Senate chambers and reconditioning both chambers has been let to the Con solidated Engineering Co. of Bal timore, which already has done substantial preliminary work. Jean Parker Seeks Divorce HOLLYWOOD, July 1. </P).— Actress Jean Parker has filed suit for divorce from her third hus band. Dr. Kurt Grotter, charging cruelty. They were married five years ago. DrT Grotter, a finan cial adviser to movie studios, fol lowed George MacDonald, New York newspaperman, and Douglas Daw'son, radio newscaster, on Miss Parker’s marital list. Chinese Government Insists on 'Sovereign Right' to Close Ports % By the Associated Pres* CANTON, July 1.—China's gov ernment declared today that it has a “sovereign right" to close ports held by the Reds and ex pressed hope that the United States would help in preventing “any untoward incident," That was the official reply to ian American note of Wednesday. (The United States refused to recognize as legal the Chinese i government order closing ports in Communist hands. A note delivered to the Ameri can embassy said China has closed ports before. It cited the ease of Russian-occupied Dairen. Rus sia refused to let government officials entqr and the government then declared the port closed. Assurances Given. The note said that in the case of Dairen “no question of legality has been raised by any govern ment, including that of the United States.” "In stating its position,” the note concluded, “The Chinese gov ernment wishes to assure the United States Government that in the execution of the closure order it will undertake to do its best to avoid any unnecessary hardships or loss to nationals of the United States. “The Chinese government hopes, therefore, that in view of the friendship happily existing be tween the two peoples the United States Government will see its way to co-operate with it so as to prevent apy untoward incident." U. S. Ships Avoid Shanghai. While the United States won't recognize the closing order. Amer ican shippers are not sending any ships to Shanghai for fear of trouble. The Nationalists have gunboats at the mouth of the Yangtze, Shanghai's route to the sea, and have been staging air raids on the city. Mao Pledges Red China To 'Anti-Reaction' Front NANKING. 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