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ALLEN. CAPT. RONALD H. On Sunday,
July 24, 1949. at Doctors Hospital. No tice of funeral later. AMOS, ERNEST L. On Monday, July 25, 1949. at Garfield Hospital. ERNEST L AMOS of White Oak, Md . beloved husband of Mildred V Amos and father of Ernest L. Amos, jr.: Joyce E.. Robert P.. Donald J. and Kenneth L. Amos, and son of Mrs. Lord L. Amos of Silver Spring. Md. Remains resting at the Warner E. Pum phrev Funeral Home. 84114 Georgia ave., Silver Spring. Md. Notice of services later. ANDERSON. BLANCHE. On Sunday, July 24. 1949. at Gallinger Hospital, BLANCHE ANDERSON of 209 I at. s.w.. daughter of the late William H. and Blanche Anderson, sister of Allen Alexan der Anderson. Anna Nicholas, Elizabeth Campbell and Rosa Dixon. Also surviving are other relatives and a host of friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines A Co. Funeral Home. .Id and 1 sts. s.w.. where relatives and friends may call on Tuesday. July 2ti. after 4 p.m. Funeral Wednesday. July 27. at 2 p.m.. Rev. B. H. Whiting officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 20 BALDUCCI. JOSEPH A. On Saturday, July 23. 1949. at Providence Hospital. JOSEPH A. BALDUCCI. the beloved father of Mrs. Joanna Eakes, of Grand View, Wash. Baldo J. and Leo L. Balducci. brother of Mrs. Faustina Landi. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home, 4tlt and Massachusetts ave. n.e., until 8:30 a m., Tuesday, July 20. Reouiem mass will be offered at the Holy Rosary Cath olic Church, 3rd and F sts. n.w., at 9 ».m. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. 2B 4* BLACK. 4 H BARNICKOL, FREDERICK W. A special communication of Mount Her mon Lodge, No. 179. A. F. At A M., is hereby called for Tuesday. July 20, 1941*. at 12:30 p.m.. at the Masonic Temple. Hyattsville. Md.. for the purpose of conducting — the last Masonic rites for our late brother, FREDERICK W. BARNICKOL. J. RAYMOND COOMES. Attest: Worshipful Master. WILLIAM C. MORRISON, Secretary. BLACK, WILLIAM H. On Saturday, July 23. 1949. at Georgetown Hospital. WILLIAM H BLACK, beloved husband of Mrs. Hazel M Black, father of Mrs. Helen B Foley and brother of Mrs. Lloyd Isaac son and Mrs Thomas Tierney; grand father of Robert William Foley. Friends may call at Hysong's Funeral Home. 1300 N st. n.w.. where services will be held on Tuesday July 20, at 2 p m. Interment Fort’ Lincoln Cemetery. 20 j BLACK, WILLIAM H. A special com munication of East Gate Lodge. No. 34. F. A. A M.. will be held at the Masonic Temple. 2029 Rhode Island ave. n.e.. at 1 p.m. Tuesday, July 20. 1949. for the purpose of conducting the fu neral services for our late broth rr. WILLIAM H. BLACK. Religious serv ices will be at Hysong’s Funeral Parlor at 2pm Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. All brethren reouested to attend. By order of the Worshipful Master. IRA G. BLUMER. Attest: V. 1. HILL. Secretary. BOSTON. SPENCER E. (TOT). On Sat urday, July 23, 1949. at his residence. Good Hope rd., Coiesville. Md.. SPENCER E BOSTON, beloved husband of Dora A. Boston, father of Catherine, Sandra, Joan. fpencer. jr.. and John Boston: son of Effie Boston: also surviving are three sisters, live brothers, nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. Re mains resting at the Snowden & Davis Funeral Home. Rockville. Md„ after 0 p.m. Tuesday. July 20. until 9 a m Wed nesday. when the body will rest at his late residence. Funeral Wednesday. July 27. at * pm. at Good Hope Church. Coiesville, Md ; Rev. J. H. Holland officiating. Inter ment Church Cemetery. —26 BOTTS. JAMES THOMAS. Departed this life Thursday. July 21. 1949, at Gal lingcr Hospital. JAMES THOMAS BOTTS. He leaves to mourn their loss a loving mother, Mrs. Clara Botts. a devoted father. James Botts, one brother. Eddy Botts. two aunts, two uncles and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Horton's Mortuary, 1322 You st. n.w., Monday. July 25. after 4 p.m. Funeral Tuesday, at 1:30 pm., from the above mortuary. Rev. Augustus Lewis officiating. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. BRILES, JOSEPH W. On Sunday. July 24. 1949. JOSEPH W. BRILES of 4322 Chapin at. s.e.. husband of Helep Louise Briles, father of Joanne. Gerald and David Briles, brother of Mrs Margaret Covert of Raleigh. N. C.. and Mrs. Frances Donald Remains resting at Chambers Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e,. until Wednesday. July 27, at 8:30 a m. Services and in terment Arlington National Cemetery. 20 BROOKS. LOUIS E. JR. (SCRAPPY) On Wednesday, July 20, 1949. at 1028 4th st. n.w.. LOUIS E. (SCRAPPY) BROOKS. Jr., father of Albert Fepell Brooks, brother of Mrs. Lottie B Kane, nephew of Mrs. Elizabeth Temple of Pitts burgh. Pa. He also leaves other relatives and friends. After 1:00 p.m. Monday. July 25. friends may call at his late residence. Funeral Tuesday, July 20, at 100 p.m., from Columbia Lodge No. So, j Elks Home. 301 Rhode Island ave. n.w. Rev. William Walters officiating. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. Arrangements by Henry S. Washington & Sons. ~5 BURROUGHS. PERCTVAL. On Saturday.; July 23, 1949. at his home. 6206 Ritchie rd.. Forestvilie- Md.. PERCIVAL BUR ROUGHS. beloved husband of Adeline Bur roughs and father of Edgar W.. John W.. Regional. Percival E. and Thomas Bur roughs. Mrs. Adeline C. Shrewsbury and Mrs. Posey Conklin. Friends are invited to call at Ritchie Bros. Funeral Home. Upper Marlboro. Md. Services in St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church. Croom. Md.. on Tuesday. July 26. at 2 p.m. Inter ment church cemetery. COATES. HARRIET. On Saturday. July 23. 1949, at her residence. 1224 Half st. a w.. HARRIET COATES, beloved wife of Vaughn Coates, devoted sister of Lf,ura West and John Colbert. She also leaves one step-daughter, two step-granddaugh ters ana many other relatives and friends. After 4 p.m. Wednesday. July 27, friends may call at the above residence. Puperjl aervices will be held Thursday. July 28. at 8 p.m., at Mount Moriah Baptwt Church. 3d and L sts. s.w., R*J. J H. Randolph officiating. Interment Arlington National Cemetery at 9 a.m. Friday, July ; 29. Arrangements by Engene Ford. COLEMAN, MARTINE WEEKS. On Monday, July 25, 1949. at Doctors Hos pital? MARTINE WEEKS COLEMAN ol 4707 Connecticut ave. n.w.. mother ol Kenyon W. and Richard P. Coleman. Private services in Plainfield. N. J. Kindly emit flowers. COLEMAN, ROBERT E. Suddenly, on Monday. July 25, 1949, at his residence, 1217 Kenyon st. n.w.. ROBERT E. COLEMAN, the beloved husband ol Mrs Elisabeth J. Coleman. He is also survived by two sisters. Mrs. Susie F. Outlaw. Miss Sylvia E. Coleman, and four brothers. Daniel J.. Arthur T„ Alfred D. and George P. Coleman, and other relatives and friends. Remains resting with L. E. Murray A Sons, 1337 loth st. n.w. Funeral notice later. COLVON. HENRY. On Sunday. July 24. 1949. HENRY COLVON of 75 55th st. s.e. Funeral and interment New Orleans, La. Arrangements by Frasiers Funeral Home. CONWAY. WILLIAM H. On Sunday, July 24. 1949. at Providence Hospital, WILLIAM H. CONWAY ol 1511 28th st. s.e, beloved husband of Delores C. Con way. father of William H. Conway, jr. Funeral services at the Simmons Bros. Funeral Home. 2007 Nichols ave. s.e . on Tuesday. July 26. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. COSTELLO. MARY SPILMAN. On Sat urday. July 23. 1949. at her residence. 3952 Blaine st. n.e.. MARY SPILMAN COSTELLO, wife of Thomas Roy Costello, mother of William W. and Horace G. SPil man, Mrs. Viola V. Hendricks, sister of John W. Hudnall, U.; Mrs. Georgia Sar gent. Mrs Ethel Rose and Mrs. Linden Martin; also survived by three grandchil dren. Services at Chambers- Funeral Home. 517 1 lth st. s.e.. on Wednesday. July 27, at 2:30 p m. Interment Cedar Hill. 20 COSTELLO. MARY. Members ol Electa Chapter, No. 2. O. E. S.. are reouested to assemble at the Chambers' Funeral Home, 517 11th st. s.e., Wednesday. July 27. at 2:30 p.m.. for the pur pose of conducting funeral services for our late sister. MARY COSTELLO. ELSIE S ROBINSON, Secy. 26 FUNERAL DESIGNS. CHACONAS FLOWERS SAM u< fteantlfal FLORAL PgSCB8, DEI.rV EEED 2o#0 14th St. N.W Phene DP. 71S1 GUDE BROS. CO. IndlTibutUy Duilned Wreaths and Sprays Charse Accounts Opened by Phene -iv. r St. N.W.—NAtional 4*76 C & C FLOWER STORES FLORAL SPRATS. »3.»5 BP DfUTtUD Chares Aeeennts Inrtted _ Two Convenient Locations bos 14th St._K.W. jjt- 7433 P St. N.W. 7464 nniiiiiC’Q 5,1 i,th s> SE uuiiiiie o t«. 7300 a ™. sisi House of Flowers Funeral Sprays, *2.95 «*•*»««* 18 choice rlads in S2.95 oea. Tributes mo<^* with ^5 roses s 10.00 Open 9 4.Af. to 9 F.M. Doily Phone and charge it Waibinfion'a A.A.A. Florist FUNERAL DIRECTORS. FRANK GEIER'S SON'S CO. 3605 14th ST. N.W. TUCKERMAN 2326 NEW ENLARGED PARLORS Formerly at 111! Tth 81 N.W. Established 1881 vtltspeare CO. S2tho'rI.l^C,rrR.t0S^reC«5,mW^ 1009 H St. N.W? Phon* National 2SC2 J. William Lee’s Sons Co. 4th and Maas. A»e. N.8.^IA ASM FUNERAL DIRKCTORB Crematorium CEMETERY LOTS._ iix SITES at Fort Lincoln In front of chapel, monument prlvtlete: reasonable. Call WI. 6462. -26 Bratlj* DAVIS. ADAM. Departed this life sud denly Sunday. July "4, ADAM DAVIS of No 8 E st. n.w.. devoted husband of Mrs. Sarah Tatum Davis and beloved son of Mrs. Elisabeth Davis, loving brother of Mrs Essie Perdue and Willy Davis. Other relatives and many friends. Remains rest in; gt the John T. Rhlnes Co. Funeral Home. 3d and I sts. s w. Notice of funeral later. DIXON, HARRY L. On Saturday. July 23, 19411. HARRY L. DIXON. JR., beloved son of Mrs. Ellen Pease of Montgomery rd.. Laurel. Md. Friends may call at the Donaldson Funeral Home. Laurel. Funeral services at the First Methodist Church, Laurel, on Tuesday at ‘2:30 p.m. Inter ment in Washington Memorial Park. DONALDSON* LAURA VIRGINIA. On Saturday, July 23. 1949, LAURA VIR GINIA DONALDSON, of 5107 14th st. n.w., beloved wife of the late Joseph Shannon Donaldson, sister of Mrs. Ada Maxfield. Mrs. Lillie Milstead, Lawrence, John, and William Fairfax, all of Vir Kinia. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w. on Tuesday. July 2t>, at 10:00 a m. Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 25 EICHER, CATHERINE MARY. On Sun day Julv 24, 1949. at Providence Hospital. CATHERINE MARY EICHER (nee Brad ley) of 1333 East Capitol st., beloved wife of Melvin T. Eicher, daughter of Mrs Rachel and James A. Bradley. Requiem mass at Holy Comforter Catholic Church. 14th and E Capitol sts . on Wednesday. July 27. at 9 a m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. ERWIN, GRACE EMILY (nee LOWNh On Saturday. July 23, 1949. GRACE EMILY ERWIN of 206 6th at. n.w., widow of the late Albert L Erwin and mother of Mrs. Marjorie Catherine Lambert and grandmother of Edward Albert Lambert of Silver Spring. Md. Remains resting at the Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home, 84114 Georgia ave.. Silver Spring, Md., where services will be held on Wednesday. July 27. at 2:110 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. —28 EVERLY, HARRY H. On Sunday, July 24. 1040. al Anne Arundel County. Md.. HARRY H. EVERLY. the beloved husband of Mrs. Anna Lucille Everly. father of Harry Raymond Everly. Friends are in vited to call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th at and Mass. ave. n.e., where services will be held on Wednesday. July 27. at 2 pm. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 28 FOX, FRED W. On Monday. July 28, 1940. at Emergency Hospital. FRED W. FOX of 17115 14th st. n.w., beloved brother of Mrs. Florence Swift and Mr. Thomas C. Fox. He is also survived by four nieces and six nephews. Remains resting at Hysong's Funeral Home. 1300 N st. n.w . where services will be held on Wednesday. July 27, at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. 26 FREEMAN, DR. HENRY W. Entered into eternal rest Sunday, July 24. 1049, it 10:03 p.m., at his residence, 181/ 16th st. n.w.. Dr. HENRY W. FREEMAN, learly beloved husband of Leonora West Freeman, father of the late Clyde C. and Harold V. Freeman and Albertus B. Conn: grandfather of Clyde. Thomas and Harold Freeman and Yvonne Conn; brother of Mrs. Marion F. Andrews and Mrs. Alice F. Branche. Also surviving are other rela tives and many friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by McGuire. 26 GILL. MARY ESTELLE. On Saturday. July 23. 1040, at the residence of her son. Lewis M. Gill of Philadelphia. Pa., MARY ESTELLE GILL of Tllden Gardens, wife of the late Capt. Irvina Leo Gill. U. S. C. G.: sister of Lewis Whitney of California. Remains resting at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2001 14th st. n.w. Services at Fort Myer Chapel on Tuesday. July 26. at 11 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 26 GNASH, STEPHEN J. On Saturday. July 23. 1049. at his residence. 338 Mary land ave. n.e,. STEPHEN J. GNASH, the be loved son of Mrs. Catherine J. Gnash, and father of Stephen J. Gnash, Jr., brother of Mrs. Wesley Cox of Ukikh, Calif., and Nester A. Gnash. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Massa chusetts ave. n.e.. until 8:30 a.m., Tues day. July 26. Requiem mass will be of fered St. Josephs Catholic Church, 2nd ind C sts. n.e.. at 9 a.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 25 GREEN. LENA T. Departed this life suddenly Saturday, July 23. 1040, at her residence. 122 Florida ave. n.w , at 3:00 a.m. LENA T. GREEN, beloved mother of Preston L. Ashton. Sr., and Ruth A. Jackson. Devoted grandmother yf 7 grandchildren. She also leaves to nourn tneir loss three nieces, 2 nephew's, i devoted daughter-in-law, Doris M. Ash ton. many other relatives and friends. Between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Tues iay. July 26, friends may call at Eugene Ford's Funeral Chapel. 1213 4th st. s.w., md after 4 p.m.. at the late residence of ;he deceased. Funeral services will be teld Wednesday, July 27, at 1:00 p.m., tt Mt. Moriah Baptist Church. 3rd and j sts. s.w. Rev. J. Harvey Randolph off iciating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Jemetery. ~8 GREEN, LENA T. Members ol Grantlyn Tabernacle. No. 70, A. 1. O. of Moses are hereby notified of the funeral of Sister LENA T. GREEN. Funeral service Wednes day. July 27, 1040. at 1 p.m. at Mount Marlah Baptist Church, 3d and L ata. s.w Burial services will be Tuesday. July 2b, at 8 p.m.. at 122 Florida ave. n.w., where all white DILWORTH, W. S. SARAH S. TYSON, Secretary. GRIFFITH, BESSIE B. On Monday, July 25. 1940, at Providence HosiRtal. BESSIE B. GRIFFITH (nee Busby), be loved wife of Lee S. Griffith, ino^ier of the late Mrs. Helen B. Rushworth. Friends nay call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Massachusetts ave. n.e., where services will be held on Wednesday. July 27. at « S.m. Interment private Please omit owers. GRIFFITH. JAMES E. On Saturday. July 23, 1949. at Washington Sanitarium. JAMES E. GRIFFITH, of 4830 U inois ave. n.w.. father of Thomas B. Griffith. He is also survived by six grandchildren. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Tuesday, July 26, at 11:00 a.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. t~5 GRIFFITH. JAMES E. At Washington Sanitarium. July 23. 1949. Funeral serv ices at Hmes Fun*™! Home. 2901 14tn st. n.w.. on Tuesday, July 26th, at 11-00 a.m. Members of Central Lodge No. 1, L O. O. F. will meet at the temple, 419 7th st. n.w. on Monday, July -5th at 8'tHOMAS h. DENNIS, Secretary. 25 GRIFFITH, JAMES E. A special session of the Grand Encampment is called for Monday. July 25. 1949, at 8:30 p.m. sharp, at Kidder Hall. 8 20th st. n.w.. to take appropriate action on the death of °.ujbeloved past grand patriarch, JAMES E. GRIFFITH. rau>h E michEL. Attest' Grand Patriarch, w. P. BECKER. Acting Grand Scribe. HAYES FRANCIS L. July 22, 1949. of ,720 Allentown rd. s.e.. husband of little I Hayts, father of Marvin L„ James C icorse H. and Gene A. Hayes, Mrs. Emily d. Thorne, son of Harry Z. h* !0 urvived by two sisters and three brothers Services at Chambers Funeral Home, 617 [1th st. s.e., on Monday. July -6. at L p m. Interment Fort Lincoln. 36 HAYMON. HOWARD SYLYESTER De >artea this life Sunday. July 24, 1949Ut Sallinger Hospital, HOWARD SYLVESTER IAYMON. He leaves to moum thelr loss i loving wife, Mrs. Lucy Haymon. one laughter, Mrs. Bertha Belle; one son-in aw. Mr. Alfred Belle; father, Mr Forest Haymon: one grandchild and a host of jther relatives and many friends. Re nalns resting at Horton s Mortuary. 13—! You st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. HENRY, JAMES V. On Thursday, July 21, 1949, JAMES V. HENRY, Of 1008 Monroe st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by McGuire. -8i HOWELL. CATHERINE E. July 23rd, at Sibley Hospital, mother of Aubrey F. How ell, sister of Mrs. Agnes H. Schroeder and Miss Mary M. Hebb. Remains at Champ ers Funeral Home, 617 11th st. s.e., until Tuesday. July 26. at 8:30 a.m. Mass in St. Dominies Church at 9 a.m. Interment Fort Lincoln. HUGHES. MARIE. On Saturday July >3, 1949, at Freedmen's Hospital, MARIE HUGHES, beloved sister of Isaac, George. Charles and S. Evelyn Hughes. She also eaves many nieces and nephews and other ■elatives and friends. Remains resting at he W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church, 1432 You st. n.w.. until 9 a.m. Wednes iay, July 27. Funeral from her late resi lence. 1934 15th st. n.w,. Wednesday. July 27 at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 26 IVERSON. WM. RUDOLPH. On Fri day, July 22. 1949. at the Naval Hospital. Bethesoa. Md. WM. RUDOLPH IVERSON, ol 7 Locks rd.. Cabin John. Md.. beloved husband of Dorothy Iverson, brother of John Raymond Iverson, beloved nephew of Odelia Jones. Irene Jones. Emma Klnslow, Ada Brent, Edward E. Jones and Rodney Jones. He also leaves two brothers-in-law, two sisters-in-law and other relatives and friends. After 10:00 a.m. Monday. July 26th, friends may call at the W Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church. 1432 You *t. n.w. Funeral Services Tuesday, July 26th, at 2:00 p.m., at the above funeral church. Rev. Ernest Gibbs officiating. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Moses Cemetery, Cabin John. Md. 25 JACKSON, HENRV. On Sunday. July 24, 1949, at Gallinger Hospital. HENRY JACKSON, beloved husband of Sarah Jackson. Also surviving are two sons, one daughter, one uncle and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Johnson A Jenkins Funeral Home, 2063 Georgia ave. n.w. Notice ol funeral later. KNOX, THOMAS LEE. Entered into eternal rest on Saturday, July 23. THOMAS LEE KNOX of Gum Springs. Va.. beloved husband ol Mrs. Helen Knox, father of Jack Knox, son of Mrs. John Knox. He is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Rosa Mlttle. and other relatives and many friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines Co. Funeral Home, 3d and I sts. n.w. Funeral and interment Waynesboro, N. C. LUCAS, JOHN EARL. Sr. Departed this life on Saturday, July 23, 1949, at Freed men’s Hospital. JOHN EARL LUCA8, Sr., of 164 Adams st. n.w., beloved son of Mrs. Bessie Newttm and stepson of Wil liam Newton, devoted husband of Estella Lucas, father ol John E. Lucas., ir„ and Mrs. Marjorie Lucas Dickens, brother of Ralph W. and Joseph I. Lucas, William, Frank and Maurice Newton. Mrs. Dorothy Thorne, Mrs. Cecelia Davis, Mrs Mary Mayberry, Mrs. Jean Harris and Mrs. Eleanor Backus. He also leaves a father in-law and a mother-ln-law. Newton and Fannie Jacobs; a sister-in-law. Flora W. Jacobs: a son-in-law, Nathaniel A. Dick ens. Jr., and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Monday. July 25, at his late residence. Funeral Tuesday, July 26, at 9 a m. from Holy Redeemer Church, New York ave. between 1st and N. J. ave. Interment Harmony Cemtery. Arrangements by Ralph Barbour's Funeral Home, 48 K st. a.e, 8* EfartfU LEWIS. JOHNNIE. Departed this life on Thursday. July 21, 1949. at hl» resi dence. 445 New York ave. n.w., JOHNNIE LEWIS, beloved husband of Mrs. Mayoelle Lewis. He also leaves to mourn their loss a daushter. son. sister. Mrs. Mattie Brown, and two grandchildren, all of Jackson ville, Fla. Remains resting at the Dabney & Garner Funeral Home, 442 M st. n.w Relatives and friends are invited to call at the above funeral home after 6 P.m. Mon day, July 25. where services will be held Tuesday, July 25. at 1 pm. Rev. J. L White offleiatim. Interment Harmony Cemetery. -5 magee, Elizabeth n. <bettiei. on Saturday. July '2:t. 1949. at her home. 739 Thayer ave.. Silver SprinR. Md , ELIZA BETH N. (BETTIE) MAGEE, wife of the late James A. Maeee and mother of J. Kelly Magee. Mrs. Magee rests at the Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home. 94.14 Georgia ave . Silver Sprine, Md.. where services will be held on Tuesday. July at 11 a m. Interment Fort Lincoln Ceme tery. MARTIN. MRS. S. BINGHAM. On Sun day. July 24, 1049, at her residence, the La Salle Apts.. MRS. S. BINGHAM MAR TIN. sister of Mrs. Lester A. Washburn of Fairfax, Va.; Mfs. Craig V Morton of Dayton, Ohio; Mrs. John R. Anderson of Tupelo, Miss.: Mrs. Thomas G. Hopkins of Charleston, Miss.. Mr. J. E. De Cell of Yazoo City. Miss.; Mr. R. K. De Cell of Monroe, La., and Mr. H C. De Cell of Vicksburg. Miss. Services private. In terment Philadelphia. Pa. -6 MATTINGLY. SARAH aaw. u/n oaiui* dav. July 23. 1949. at her residence. 445 2d st. s.e., SARAH ANN MATTINGLY, be loved wife of the late Thomas W. Mat tingly. mother of Mrs. Mary P. Waddell, granddaughter of Mrs. Nelson Skogland, Mrs. Wiley Garfield, sister of Mrs. Fanny Schley. Friends may call at the Lee Fu neral Home. 4th st and Massachusetts ave n.e.. where services will be held on Tuesday, July *2*1. at *2 P.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. MERRI WEATHER. ANTHONY IGNATIUS. On Wednesday. July 20. 1040, at the McGuire Veterans’ Hospital. Richmond. Va„ ANTHONY IGNATIUS MERRIWEATH ER. son of the late Harry and Rose Mer riweather, husband of Leola Merrlweather and father of Rosita Merrlweather. Also surviving are a brother. Ira L. Merrl weather; other relatives and many friends. After noon Monday friends are invited to call st the McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 Oth st. n.w. Reouiem mass will be offered at St. Augustine’s Catholic Church Tues day. July 20. at 10 a m. Interment Ar lington National Cemetery. 25 O'CONNOR. FATRICK J. On Sunday. July 24. 1940. at his residence. 1121 New Jersey ave. n.w . PATRICK J. O'CONNOR, the beloved brother of Mrs. Mary Madden. Mrs. Katherine Schley and Thomas O’Con nor of Omaha. Nebr. Funeral from the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home. 041 H st n.e.. on Wednesday. July 27. at 8:30 a m. High requiem mass at St. Alovsius' Church at 9 a m. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme tery. Relatives and friends invited. 20 O’CONNOR, FATRICK J. Members of the Holy Name Society of St. Aioyslus’ Church will call at the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home. 641 H st. n.e., on Tues day. July 20. at 8 o.m.. for the recitation of the customary - prayers. JOHN T. KELLY, JR.. President. RAYMOND FOLEY. SR.. Secretary. 26 PEMBERTON, LAURA M. On Monday. July 25. 1949, at her residence. LAURA M PEMBERTON of 1049 Colonial terrace. Arlington, Va.. sister of Miss Virgie Pem berton of Arlington, Va.. and Mrs. Mamie Flett of Salem. Mo. Remains resting at the S. H Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. until Monday. July 25. at 3 p.m. Services and interment Salem. Mo. REDMAN. LT. LEWIS D. Suddenly, on v Saturday. Julv 23, 1_949 LEWIS D. REDMAN of o528 Broad Branch rd. n.w., beloved husband of Mary E. Redman I father of Charles, Louis and William Redman. Friends may call at his late residence until ruesday. July 26. at 9:30 a.m. Requiem nass at the Shrine of the Blessed Sacra nent at 10 am. Relatives and friends nvited Interment St. George’s Cemetery, /alley Lee. Md. Mattingly funeral services. REDMAN. LEWIS D. Members of the Policemen's Association are no tified of the death of our late brother. LEWIS D. REDMAN, and may call at his residence. 5528 Broad Branch rd. n.w. Funeral services Ao be held from the home Tuesday. July 6, 1949. at 9:30 am., thence to the Ihrine of the Blessed 8acrament Church. Vestern ave. n.w., where mass will be of ered at 10 a m. Interment St. George s lemetery. Valley Lee. Md. RA8. A. NIELSEN, President. CHARLES L. 'WRIGHT. Record’s Sec y. REDMAN. LEWIS D. Members of the Washington Police and Fire Post. No. 29. of the American I Legion, are requested to attend I Legion services for the late Lt. 1 LEWIS D. REDMAN, at his late residence, 5628 Broad Branch —u rd. n.w.. at 8 p.m. Monday, ily 25. The Guard of Honor will officiate, egular service will be held in the Church the Blessed Sacrament. Western ave. id Quesada st. n.w.. at ]0 a.m. Tuesday, ily 26. Interment will be in Valley Lee, RINGER, DONALD O. The officer* and — members of Plumbers’ Local Union. No. 5. »re notified of the death of Brother DONALD O RINGER on Monday. July 25. 1949. Members may call at the Chambers' Funeral Home. 617 1 lth st. s.e. Notice of fuffiral later. D. C DOW. Secy. 26 RUCKER. LIZZIE COUNCIL. On Sun day. July 24. 1949. at her residence, lo02 N. Pillmore st.. Arliftaton. Va., LIZZIE COUNCIL RUCKER, widow of the late George H. Rucker and mother of Mrs. W. Morrell Stone of Arlington. Va.. and Mrs. Norris L. Bowen of Ridgewood. N. J. Re mains resting at the Ives Funeral Home. 2847 Wilson blvd.. Arlington. Va.. until 1:3(t o.m. Tuesday. July 26. thence to the Clarendon First Baptist . Church, where funeral services will be held at 2. p.m. Interment Ivy Hill Cemetery. SAUNDERS. MAE L. On Sunday. July 24, 1949, MAE L SAUNDERS of 1220 12th st n.w.. wife of Ray Saunders, mother of Mrs. Margaret Culler, sister of Lawrence and George H. Bowles, Mrs. Maude Todd, Mrs. Erma Rhynhardt. Services and interment Charlotte. C. Services by Chambers. SCHEUCH. GEORGE CHARLES. Sud denly on Sunday. July 24, 1949. at Deale. Md . GEORGE CHARLES SCHEUCH of 1612 Crittenden st. n.w.. beloved husband of Grayce Evelyn Scheuch, father of Dr. Charles D. Scheuch. brother of Mrs. Char lotta Klopfer, Washington. D. C.: John D. Scheuch. North Beach. Md.; Walter D. Scheuch, Colesville. Md. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Wednesday. July 27. at 11 a m. Interment Olenwood Cejnctery. 26 SCHEUCH. GEORGE L. A special com munication of Washington Cen Lodge. No. 14. is called j.m. Wednesday. July 27, for the purpose of con the last Masonic rites late brother. GEORGE L. SCHEUCH All members are 1 urged to attend. FLOYD L. GALBRAITH, Master. Attest: LELAND W. WARNER. SR.. Secretary. 26 SCHEUCH. PENNY AUGUSTA. .Sudden ly on Sunday, July 24. 1949. at Deale. Md.. PENNY AUGUSTA SCHEUCH of 4406 16th st. n.w.. beloved daughter of Dr. Charles D. and Dorothea Augusta KunU Scheuch. sister of George Charles and Karl Edward Scheuch. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Wednesday^ July 77. at 11 a.m. Interment Olenwood Cemetery. (Johnstown. Pa., papers please copy.) 26 SHORTRIDGE, GERTRUDE ELSIE. On Saturday, July 23, 1949, GERTRUDE ELSIE SHORTRIDGE of 2636 14th st. n w.. wife of J. Lewis Shortrldge. mother of Arnold F. 8hortridge. Funeral and interment Klttery. Me. Services by Chambers. SNYDER. KITTY. On Saturday, July 23, 1949, at her residence. 1213 G st. n.e.. KITTY SNYDER. She is survived by her nieces, Mrs. Mary McFarland. Mrs. Ruby Morgan, Mrs. Catherine Bowles. Barbara Bowles, and a nephew. James Bowles. Jr. Services will be held at the Walsh Funeral Home. 741 11th st. s.e., on Tuesday. July 26, at 2 P.m Interment Congressional Cemetery. (Evansville, Ind.. papers please copy.) SNYDER, GRACE MAGEE. On Satur day, July 23, 1949, at Suburban Hos pital. GRACE MAGEE SNYDER of 7204 Overhill rd., Bethesda, Md.. beloved wife of J. Paul Snyder and mother of John M. Snyder. Remains resting at the Bethesj da-Chevy Chase Funera Home of Robert A. Pumphrey, Bethesda, Md,. where fu neral services . will be held Monday, July 26. at 2 P.m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 25 SOMERVILLE. JAMES A. On Thursday, July 21. 1949, In New YorJt City, JAMES A. SOMERVILLE, son of the late Alexan der end Alice Somerville. He Is also sur vived by a devoted sister. Mrs. Flora Wal lace. and other relatives and friends. After 12 noon Monday. July 26. friends are In vited to call at the Morrow & Woodford, Inc.. Funeral Home. 1622 11th at. n.w., where services will be held Thursday. July 26, at 8:20 a.m., followed by high mass at Holy Redeemer Church, New York and New Jersey aves. n.w.. at A a.m. Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 27 SPRIGGS, JOSEPH. On Sunday, July 24, 1949, at the Home for Aged, JOSEPH SPRIGGS, brother of Steven Ennis and John Spriggs. He also leaves five nieces, six nephews and other rela tives and friends. The remains may be viewed at Stewart's Funeral Home, 30 H st. Ji.e., after 4 p.m. Thursday. Mass will be offered Friday, July 29. at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church at 9 a.m. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. STAFFORD, FLORENCE SINCLAIR. On Sunday. Julv 24. 1949. FLORENCE SIN CLAIR STAFFORD of 1661 Crescent Place n.w.. wife of Wendell Phillips Stafford, mother of Edward Stafford. Services at above residence on Tuesday. July 26, at 2:30 p.m. Interment St. Johnsbury. Vt. No flowers, please. SL'TTON, LOYD HALL. On Saturday, July 23. 1949, at his residence,_5601 Western ave. n.w.. LOYD HALL SUTTON, beloved husband of Irma Brashears Sutton, father of Mrs. Jean C. Harrington, of Richmond, Va.. Mrs. Frederick M. Shaffer, of this city, and Mrs. Stephen E. Cla baugh. of Austin. Tex. Remains resting at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w. Services at the Chevy Chase Baptist Church, 5671 West ern ave. n.w.. on Tuesday, July 26, at 11:00 a.m. Interment Rock Creek Ceme tery. 25 THIELE. HERMAN PAUL. On Sunday. July 24, 1948. HERMAN PAUL THIELE, the beloved husband of Amelia F. Thiele, father of Mrs. Lillian Helm, Mrs. Florence Gobbett. Mrs. Doris Crockett, Harold J. and William E. Thiele, and brother of Mrs. George Wagner of Hillside. N. J. Funeral from the W. W. Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w.. on Wednesday. July 27. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. «6 Rites for L H. Sutton, | Ex-6. W. Professor, To Be Held Tomorrow Funeral services for Loyd Hall Sutton, 64. District patent lawyer and George Washington Univer sity law professor for 35 years, will be held at 11 am. tomorrow at the Chevy Chase Baptist Church. Burial will be in Rock Creek Park. He died Sat urday at his home, 5601 Western avenue N.W., after a short illness. He was a former presi dent of the American Pat ent Law Association and at one; time chairman of the patent sec- j tion of the American Bar Associa tion. He was also a member of the District Bar Association. Member of Patent Law Firm. During his years of teaching at George Washington University, Mr. Sutton was also a member of the patent law firm of Cameron, Kerkam and Sutton. He resigned his professorship in June of last year because of ill | health. He was active in the law' firm, however, until his illness about a week ago. Native of Massachusetts. Born in Marlboro, Mass., he was educated in schools there and was graduated from Massachusetts In stitute of Technology. He came to Washington in 1909 to enter the Patent Office as an assistant examiner. In 1913 he received his law degree from George Washing ton University and immediately began to teach law courses there. During World War II he served as patent adviser to the National Research Defense Commission. Mr. Sutton was the author of many legal articles for law re views and lectures on patent law and Patent Office practice, and at one time was chairman of the Community of Lawyers, appointed by the late Daniel C. Roper, for mer Secretary of Commerce, to investigate and recommend re visions in the patent laws and patent system of the United States. From 1905 to 1908 he served as literary and dramatic critic for the Boston Herald. Member of Cosmos Club. He was affiliated with the Order of the Coif, the Cosmos Club and the Mount Pleasant Lodge No. 33. F.A.A.M. In addition, he was a member j of the Chevy Chase Baptist Church. Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Irma Brashears Sutton, of the Western avenue address; three daughters, Mrs. Frederick M. Shaffer, 5011 Saratoga avenue, Chevy Chase, Md.; Mrs. Jean C. Harrington, Richmond, Va.; Mrs. Stephen E. Clabaugh, Austin, Tex., and five grandchildren. Dr. Sutton’s services at the uni versity were praised by Dr. Cloyd Heck Marvin, president, who is sued a statement citing his studies and writings as a heritage for patent lawyers and the Patent Office. THOMAS. CHARLES H. On Saturday. July 23. IMS, at Providence Hospital. CHARLES H. THOMAS of High Bridge. Bowie, Md.. beloved husband of Nellie Thomas and father of Mary E. and Clara V. Thoma*. Services at the Gasch Fu neral Home, Hyattsvllle. Md., on Tuesday. July 26, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Ceme tery. 25 THOMAS, MAMIE FRANCI8 ELIZA BETH. On Wednesday. July 29. 1949, at 0:30 a.m.. at her residence, 1029 6th st. n.e.. MAMIE FRANCIS ELIZABETH THOMAS. She leaves one daughter. Grace Louise Robinson: one niece. Lena M. Maxwell: three foster children. Clarice Allen, Lucille Macruder and Angelo Chap man: one granddaughter. Gretta Robinson: two other grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends. Remains resting at William T. and Ruth Tolbert Funeral Home, 1308 6th st. n.w.. where services will ba held Monday, July 25, at 2 p.m Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery. * - THOMPSON. HENRT. A special com munication of Carver Lodge. No. 5. A. F. A A. M . will be held at the temple at 1609 11th st. n.w.. Wednesday. July 27. 1949. at 12 noon, for the purpose of attend ing the funeral of our late brother. HENRY THOMPSON, from Mount Airy Baptist Church, North Capitol and L sts.. at 1 p.m. By order of Worshipful Master. WILLIAM C. LANE. W. M. WILLIE DEAN, Acting Secretary. • THOMPSON. HENRT. Special commu nication of Master Masons' Asso ciation will be held at the temple, 1609 llth st. n.w., Tuesday, July 26. 1949. at 9:30 p.m., for pur pose of conducting the Masonic burial service for pur late broth er. HENRY THOMPSON. C. A. COPELAND. President. J. V. WRIGHT, Secretary. • TOOMBS. BOYD. On Friday, July 22, 1949, BOYD TOOMBS, husband of Myrtle Toombs and father of Helen Louise, Jean Elizabeth and Thomas Boyd Toombs and stepfather of Harry Carl Loeffer. Funeral services at the Saffell Funeral Home, 475 H st. n.w., on Tuesday. July 26, at 2 p.m. Interment Cedar HU1 Cemetery. 25 TRITTIPOE. HARVEY A. Suddenly, on Saturday, July 23, 1949. at his residence, Luclcetts, Va.. HARVEY A. TRITTIPOE, beloved husband of the late Hattie E. Trittipoe and father of Mrs. Mae T Adams, Mrs. Hattie T. Hawkins, Howard R. and William H. Trittipoe. Friends and relatives are Invited to call at his late residence, where services will be held Tuesday, July 26, at 11 a.m. EST. In terment Union Cemetery. Leesburg, Va. * TURNER. JOHN. On Monday, July IS, 1949, at Freedmen’a Hospital. JOHN TUR NER. Surviving are an aunt, Mrs. Sudie Mae Davis; two uncles, George and Wil liam Turner: other relatives and many friends. After 11 a.m. Tuesday friends are invited to call at the McGuire Funeral Home, 1820 9th st. n.w., where services will be held Wednesday. July 27, at 1 p.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. 26 WHITEHEAD. CLEITA LEE. On Satur day, July 23, 1949, at Circle Terrace Hos pital. Alexandria. Va., CLEITA LEE WHITEHEAD, wife of the late Walton William Whitehead, sister of Mrs. Robert Bender of Alexandria and Mrs. Charles Reed of Washington, D. C. Funeral serv ices on Tuesday, July 26. at 11 a.m. at the B. Wheatley Funeral Home, Alex andria, Va. Interment Bethel Cemetery. WHITE. FLORENCE E. Departed this life on Saturday. July 23. 1949, at her residence. 1626 Hth st. n.w., FLORENCE E. WHITE, beloved wife of William H. White, sister of Leland West, aunt of Bernice. Gladys, Margaret and Doris West. She also leaves other relatives and many friends. Friends may call at her late residence after 1 p.m. Tuesday. July 26. Funeral services Wednesday. July 2T, at 1 p.m.. at the Metropolitan A. M E. Church. M st. between ISth and 16th n.w., the Rev. J. E. Reece offlclatine. Rel atives and friends Invited. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements by W. Earnest Jarvis Co. 26 WILLEY. MARGARET ELIZABETH. On Monday, July 25. 1949. MARGARET ELIZ ABETH WILLEY of 620 Franklin st. n.e„ wife of Robert Henry Willey, sister of Mrs. Lillie O. Donohue and Mrs. Laura V. Tippett. Services at Chambers Funeral Home, 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. on Thursday. July 28, at 11:30 a.m. Interment Cedar Hill. 26 WILSONCROFT. HARRY R. .On Sunday, July 24, 1949. HARRY R. WILSONCROFT. beloved son of the late Alice and Harry Wllsoncroft. brother of Mrs. Thelma Flagle, Mrs. Edith De Santis and Ellis Wllsoncroft. Funeral services at the Tal tavull Funeral Home, 3619 14th st. n.w., on Wednesday, July 27. at 2 p.m. Rel atives and friends invited. Interment Foft Lincoln Cetpetery. 26 WRIGHT. JOSEPHINE. On Sunday, Julv 24. 1949. JOSEPHINE WRIGHT of 1419-A South Capitol st., beloved sister of Mrs. Margaret Fields and Charles H. Robinson. Also surviving are her nteces. neohews and other relatives and many friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrange ments by McGuire. SE Joseph A. Balducci, Prominent in Italian Groups Here, Dies Funeral services for Joseph A. Balducci, 82, for many years prominent in Italian organizations and in the Holy Rosary Catholic Church parish here, will be held at 9 a m. tomorrow at Holy Rosary Church, Third and F streets N.W. Burial will be in St. Mary's Ceme tery. Mr. Balducci died Saturday at Providence Hospital. Born in Italy, he came here with his wife in. 1895. He became a chef, working in a number of hotels here, including the old Na tional, Lawrence and the Old Riggs House. In summers, with an all-Italian crew, he would take over the kitchens of the Greenbrier Hotel at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va„ or the Monterey Inn, Blue Ridge Summit, Pa. Later he opened a grocery, first at 127 L street N.W., and at 659 Pennsylvania avepue S.E. He re tired in- 1937. Mr. Balducci helped organize Holy Rosary parish and the par ish’s Italian Catholic Society and Holy Name Society. Mrs. Balducci died in 1915. Mr. Balducci’s survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Leroy Eakes, Grandview. Wash.; two sons, Leo L. and Baldo J. Balducci, both of Washington, and a sister, Mrs. Faustina Landi of Washington. Mrs. Elizabeth Magee, 90, Dies in Silver Spring Mrs. Elizabeth N. Magee, 90. a resident of the Washington area for nearly 70 years, died Saturday at the home of her son, J. Kelly Magee, 730 Thayer avenue. Silver Spring, after a short illness. Born in Brandy, Va., Mrs. Magee j came to Washington in her early 20s. She was the widow of James ' A. Magee, an employe of the Wash ington Gas Light Co., who died 26 years ago. Mrs. Magee was an alterations cleric in the dress department of Kann’s department store for 16 years, resigning when she was 80 years old. , Besides her son, who is a justice of the peace and desk clerk at the Silver Spring station of the Mont gomery County Police Department, she is survived by three grand children. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Warner E. Pumphrey funeral home, 8434 Georgia avenue. Silver Spring. Burial will be in Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Harvey A. Trittipoe Dies At Home in Virginia Special Dispatch to The Star LUCKETTS, Va., July 25.— Harvey A. Trittipoe, 81, church man and retired farmer, died of a heart attack Saturday night at his home here. Mr. Trittipoe, a native of Lou doun County, had spent most of his life in this community. For more than 40, years he had been an elder in Faith Chapel Presby terian Church and was a former j superintendent of the Sunday! school. His wife died 12 years ago. He is survived by two sons,. Wil liam H. Trittipoe, Lucketts, and Howard R. Trittipoe, Washington; two daughters, Mrs. J. Sterling Adams and Mrs. William Hawkins, both of Bethesda, Md., and a brother, William Trittipoe, Fred erick, Md. Funeral services will be held at 11 a m. tomorrow at his home. The Rev. Henry L. Willis will of ficiate. Burial will be in the Leesburg Union Cemetery. In HUmurfam FRANK T. LEWIS. In sad but loving memory of my husband. FRANK T. LEWIS, who passed away one year ago today. July 35. 1948. Gone, darling, but not forgotten. DEVOTED WIFE GOLDIE. • Oil,LIKIN, CHARLES. In memory of our precious boy, CHARLES GILLIKIN. who died July 25, 1944. His life is a beautiful memory. His absence, our silent grief. He is asleep In God's beautiful garden In the sunshine of perfect peace. THE FAMILY. HUTCHINSON. MAYME. In loving memory of my beloved wife. MAYME HUNTCHINSON, who left us two years ago today. July 25. 1947. Beyond life’s gateway There's an open gate At the end of the road. Through which bach must, go alone. And there. In a light we cannot see, Onr Father claims His own. Beyond the gate your loved one Finds happiness and rest. And there is comfort In the thought That a loving God knows best. LOVING HUSBAND AND DAUGHTER. • JONES, HARRY. In loving remem brance of my dear husband, HARRY JONES, who died one year ago today. July 25, 1948. No one knows how we have missed you. No one knows the bitter pain We have suffered since you left us, Life has never been the same. YOUR LOVING WIFE AND FAMILY. • JONES, HENRIETTA C. In sad but lov ing remembrance of my devoted mother. HENRIETTA C. JONES, who departed this life 10 years ago today. July 25, 1939. in death your memory. In my heart. Shall comfort me while we're apart. LONELY DAUGHTER. NAOMI E LAW RENCE. LEGGETT, BENNY (JOCKEY). In lov ine memory of our dear son and brother. BENNY LEGGETT, who passed away July 25, 1948. Sad and sudden was the call Of one so dearly loved by all, A bitter crief. a shock severe, It was to part with one so dear. We ofter sit and think of you, And speak of how you died— To think you could not say sood-by Before you closed your eyes. For all of us you did vour best, Oh. God grant you eternal rest. MOTHER. FATHER AND SISTER. MARSH. MARTHA A. In sad but lov ina remembrance of my dear mother. MARTHA A. MARSH, who departed this life four years ago today, July 25. 1945. SUTTON. GEORGE A. In loving mem ory of our beloved father, GEORGE A. SUTTON, who entered into eternal rest three years ago today. July 25, 1946. Deep in our hearts la the memory Of our beloved father gone to rest. They say time heals all sorrow. But we who loved him can never forget. For truly, he was one of the best. YOUR LOVING DAUGHTERS, RUTH AND ETHEL. * WEB8TER. GENEVA AND CHARLES. In loving memory of our dear mother. GENEVA WEBSTER, who passed away May 19. 1929, and father. CHARLES WEBSTER, who passed away July 25,1939. God saw the road was getting rough. The hills too hard to alimb. So, He gently closed their weaiy eyes And whispered, "Peace be thine. And whispered, loved in WINDSOR. HENRY A. In loving mem ory of our sweetheart husband and daddy. HENRY A. WINDSOR, who passed away eight years ago today, July 25. 1941. Sweetheart, eight long years have passed Since you were taken away. But the sweet and kind memories of you Will linger with us always._ WIFE FAITH. DAUGHTER JEANNE. • WOLFE, WILLIAM. In loving, remem brance of our dear husband and fathe^. WILLIAM WOLFE, who passed away years ago today. July 25. 1938. - AND DAUGHTER. • Rev. Floyd B. Lingle Rites In Strasburg Today ly Hi. At.ociated Pr»s. STRASBURG. Va.. July 25.— Funeral services were to be held here today for the Rev. Floyd B. Lingle, pastor of the Strasburg Lutheran Church who died Satur day night. He was 59. Mr. Lingle had been pastor of the Strasburg parish for the past 18 years. Born in Rowan County, near Salisbury, N. C., Mr. Lingle was graduated from Mount Pleas ant Collegiate Institute in North Carolina, Newberry College and Lutheran Southern Seminary at Columbia, S. C. Surviving Mr. Lingle are his widow. Mrs, Annie Cooper Lingle; a daughter, Jane Elizabeth Lin gle, b6th of Strasburg, and three sisters, Mrs. L. G. Goodman, Mrs. L. M. Mesimore and Mrs. K. G. Peeler, all of Salisbury. Burial will be in Chestnut Hill Cemetery at Salisbury tomorrow. Lt. Col. David Hudson To Be Reburied Here Reburial services for Lt. Col. David E. Hudson, who died in Germany on February 3, 1946, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Arlington Cemetery. He was a former Justice Department attor ney. Col. Hudson, who lived at 2800 Woodley road N.W.. was attached to the legal division of the United States Group, Allied Control Council, at the time of his death. He was 52 years old. He was born# in Montgomery City, Mo., and attended school there, later graduating from the University of Missouri. A mem ber of the Henry Ford peace pil grimage to Europe in 1915, he served in World War I as an am bulance driver and was a sergeant when discharged. He entered World War II in August, 1943, as a major. Returning from France in 1918, he attended Harvard Law School, graduating in 1921. After 12 years of law practice in New York City he joined the Justice Depart ment. He attended the Military Government’s School at Charlot tesville, Va., before going overseas in World War II. He is survived by a daunhter, Maralee, 10, of Greenwhich, Conn.; a sister, Mrs. Charles V. Imlay, 3935 Livingston street N.W., and a brother Dr. Manley O. Hudson, professor of law at Harvard and former member of t he World Court. Ralph W. Hardy Heads Division of Broadcasters Ralph W. Hardy, 33, will take up his duties in Washington Sep tember 1 as director of the newly created Audio Division of the National Association of Broad casters, Justin Miller, president, has announced. Mr. Hardy, former assistant manager of radio station KSL inj Salt Lake City, will handle the! association’s activities in promot-j ing all forms of audio broadcast-: ing. Mrs. Florence Stafford, Retired Jurist’s Wife, Dies at Home Here Mrs. Florence Sinclair Goss Stafford, 86, wife of Wendell Phil lips Stafford, retired judge who had been an associate justice of the old District Supreme Court, died last night at her home, 166 Crescent place N.W., after a long illness. Born in Harwick. Vt„ Mrs. Staf ford was educated there and while attending St. Johnsbury iVt.) Academy, met her future husband. Judge Stafford, who was a class mate. They were married in 1886 and moved here in 1904 after her hus band’s appointment to the Su preme Court of the District. The name of the tribunal was changed to United States District Court in 1936. Mrs. Stafford was a member of the Washington Women's Club and many years ago served two terms as club president. She was also president of Pierce Guild, an auxiliary organization of the Washington Home for Foundlings. For many years she was a member of the board of trustees of the Washington Home for Foundlings. Besides her husband she is sur vived by a son, Edward Stafford, whose wife was formerly Miss Marie Peary, only daughter of the late Admiral Peary, discoverer of the North Pole. In addition she is survived by a grandson, Lt. Comdr. Edward Peary Stafford, and five great grandchidlren. Another grand son, Lt. Peary D. Stafford, was killed in an air crash in August, 1946. Funeral services will be held at the residence at 2:30 p.m. tomor row, with burial in St. Johnsbury, Mrs. Hattie Neisner Dies ROCHESTER, N. Y„ July 25 OPU Mrs. Hattie Neisner, 64, widow of; the founder of a Nationwide store chain, died last night after a short illness. She was the mother of Fred Neisner of Rocnester, presi dent of Neisner's, Inc., founded by Joseph M Neisnor. J Seventy-one per cent of the population of Columbia, South America, is illiterate. Dr. Virginia Alexander Dies; Once on Howard U. Staff By Associated Press PHILADELPHIA, July 25.—Dr. Virginia Alexander died yesterday at University of Pennsylvania Hospital. She was 47. From 1937 until 1941 she was medical adviser to the Howard University student bd^y in Wash ington. During World War II she served as a representative of the United States Public Health Service with the bituminous coal miners and sharecroppers in Alabama. Louise Rorke, Author, Dies PICKERING, Ontario. 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