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COATES. HARRIET A. The family of
the late HARRIET A. COATES wish to ex
press their sincere thanks for the kindness
and sympathy extended them during their
recent, bereavement. We are especially
grateful for the cards of condolence and
th. beautiful floral tribute,.
ABFRNT.THY, MARY G. On Thursday.
August 4. 1949, MARY G. ABERNETHY of
1830 l?ih st. n.w.. beloved mother ol
Kenneth G. Abernethy. Services at the
»S H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th
n.w., on Friday, August 5, at 3:30
p m. Interment private.
Wednesday. Aueust 3. 1949. Miss MARTHA
AGNES ANDERSON, formerly of 1003 Otis
st n e . daughter of the late Andrew Jack
son and Martha Jane Anderson. She is
survived by eight sisters and four bro hers.
Services at the Church of the Ascension
and St. Agnes. J2th st. and Mass. avc.
n w . on Saturday. Aueust b, at 11 a m.
Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 5
day, August 2. 194!*. at New York City,
URSULA GREEN BLOUNT, beloved daugh
ter of Thomas and the l?te Mary £Jlen
Green. Also surviving are two sisters.
Miss Louise H. Green and Mrs. Beatrice
Ford; other relatives and many friends.
After noon Friday friends are invited to
call at her late residence. Huntsville. Md.
Requiem mass will be offered at St. Jo
seph’s Catholic Church. Glen Arden. Md.,
Saturday. August b, at 19 a m. Inter
ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Arrange
ments by McGuire. b
CAR LEY. LAURA A. On weanesaay.
August •». 1941L LAURA V CARLEY. be
loved wife of Michael A. Carley, mother
of Bernice T. Washington and sister of
Mrs. G. F. Lenz. Mrs. C. E. Langley. Mrs
Ruth Beitzell. Mis. Charles Gardell and
Mrs. Earl Schrycr. Funeral from the
W Deal Funeral Home, 4M',' Georgia avc.
n w . on Saturday. August «, at *- v.m
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 5
COOPER. HARVEY J. On Tuesday. A l
rnct •*. iy4!». at Mount Alto Hospital.
HARVEY J. COOPER of 5404 Worthington
dr. n.w • beloved husband of Bess H.
Cooper, son of the late William H. Cooper
and Laura R. Cooper Remains resting
at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. - '<1
14th st. n.w.. until IT noon Friday, Au
gust 6. Services and interment, private,
Arlington National Cemetery.
on Saturday. July 30, 194!', at Fort Dix.
wife of the late Bitter E. Curry mother o.
Mrs. Eleanor Hills Teubner ot West Hart
ford. Conn. Friends may call at the Lee
Funeral Home, 4th st. a"(i,,Mass’l,''?;r!J.ev’
where services will be held on .-aturday.
August fi, at - p.m. Interment Rock Creea
Cemetery. "
DAY. HATTIF G. On Tuesday. August
. 1949, ” t Doctors Hospital, HATTIE G.
DAY luce Stamp!, wife of Ernest E. Day,
mother of Earl E. Day. Friends may call
at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and
Mass ave. n.e.. until IT noon Friday, Au
gust ft. Services will be held at the
Congress Heights Methodist Church at .
pm. Interment. Washington National
Cemetery. 4
denly. Wednesday. August ■'!. 1949. et
DOWNS, formerly from Ashburn, va. He
is survived bv seven brothers. Funeral
services at the Colonial Funeral Home oi
Lloyd Slack. Leesburg, Va.. Friday, August
-> at 3 p.m . Eastern standard time. In
terment Union Cemetery, Leesburg, Va. j
DOZIER, HAMLET. On Tuesday. Au
gust 1949. at his residence, 149 Thomas
st n.w . HAMLET DOZIER. He leaves a
wife. Ada Parker Dozier: six daughters.
Lotiie Ayers. Ida Ross, Lelia Douglas. Bei
tha Blackwell of New York, Sarah Rhodes
and Mabel .Sykes: one son, Leroy Dozier:
many grandchildren, other relatives and j
friends. After 4 P.m. Friday. August
friends may call a* the above residence.
Funeral services will be held Saturday.
August B. at I p.m.. at the Plymouth
Congregational Church, ITth ana P sts. I
nw , Rev. L. Maynard Ca chings official-;
ins Interment Lincoln Memorial Ceme- j
terv Arrangements by Eugene and Iona ;
Z. Ford. °
DOZIER, HAMLET. Officers and Sir
Knights of John W. Freeman
Grand Commanders’, K. T :
*s f. c> < you are ordered to assemble;
the i3ce rPsidence of Sir;
Thomas st. n.w.. at 8:30 p.m. 1
Friday, August 5. 1949, for the purpose;
Of holding services. The church services:
on Saturday, August 0, at I p.m.. at the
Plymouth Church. ITth and P sts. n.w.
Grand Commander.
DOZIER. HAMLET. The illustrious
peers and sublime princes of
JL Jonathan Davis Consistory. No.
u 1. are requested to assemble at
■■■ 149 Thomas st. n.w. Friday
picht. August 5, 1949, at 11:30
rtWyi o’clock, lo perform the midnight
' s!,rvioe over Sublime Prince
HAMLET DOZIER. By order of
Commander in Chief.
M J. KEY. 33°, , . , .
Yeeper of Seals and Archives. 5
DOZIER. HAMLET. A special commu
nication of St. John’s Lodge, No.
IT, F. A. A.. M . will be held at
the Masonic Temple Saturday,
W.IS-'VS August 0. 1949, at 11:80 a m..
QfCftXY for the purpose of conducting
/C-y the Masonic rites for cur late
WILLIAM A. WATSON, Secretary. 5
DOZIER, HAMLET. The members of
the Federal Annuitants’ Re
lief Association are hereby
no-ified of the death of Mr.
requested to attend his fu- j
neral. _
WILLIAM H. WEBB. Secretary.
* 1949. at her home. Germantown, Md.,
MARY FRANCES DUFFIN. aged 6S years, j
beloved wife of Frank Duffin. One broth
er. Andrew Mason of Dawsonville. Md , ,
and a host of other relatives and friends
also survive. Mrs. Duffin rests at the
Rot Wt. Barber Funeral Home, Laytons
ville, Md.. until Friday at : H P-nj.: there
after at her late home. Funeral services
on Saturday. August 9, at 2 P-m.. a"
As bury Methodist Church. Bryantown.
Md.. Rev. C. F Smallwood officiating. In
terment church cemetery. 5
Tu*cday, August 2, 1949, WILLIAM FER
GUSON FAGUE of 6.*i3 6 7th st. n.w\. son
of Eloise Haislip and Ferguson Fague,
brother of Mrs. Virginia Brady. Anne
Fague and Thomas H. Fague Services at
1 he S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, J9UI
14th st. n.w.. on Friday. August 5, at -
n m. Interment Arlington National Ceme
tery. 4
Tuesday. August 2, 1949. at
of 6319 Hist p'. n.w.. beloved husband
of Ruth Robey Faherty. father of Jack
Leo Fahertv and brother of Mrs Agnes
Hughes and John J. Faherty. Services
at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home,
"901 14th st. n.w.. on Friday. August o,
at 9-30 a.m : thence to the Blessed Sacra
ment Catholic Church. Chevy Chase Cir
cle, where the holy sacrifice of the mass
will be offered at 10 a.m for the repose
of his soul. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. 4
1.949. mother of Bertha B Mercilhott.
Services at Chambers' Funeral Home, 517
llth st. s.e„ on Friday. August 5. at .- >Ju
p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln. 4
FULLER, JOHN N. On Tuesday. August
2 1949. at his residence, Berwyn Heights.
Md . JOHN N. FULLER, beloved husband
of Matilda W. Fuller. Friends may view
the bodv on Thursday evening, August 4,
at his late residence. Funeral services
Fridav, August 5, at 2 p.m. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 4
GARNER. JOE NIMS. On Thursday,
Julv 14. 1949, at Redwood City, Calif..
JOE NIMS GARNER, beloved husband of
Roberta Garner, beloved father of Penelope
Ann Garner, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs.
Garner of 140 Grove. Hyland Park. Mich.
Interment s^as at White Chapel Cemetery,
Detroit, Mich., July 21. s
GENTRY. ELIZA J. On Tuesday. Au
gust 2. 1949, at her residence. 1929 L st.
n.w.. ELIZA J. GENTRY, mother of Mrs.
Vireie Carter, Miss Ada Gentry and Wil
liam Gentry. Notice of funeral hereafter.
liaaatlfa) FLORAL PIECES. *6.00 and a*
”;,*0 14th St. N.W Phone Dll. . 121
IndlTiuualW D-«Uned Wreaths and1 Sprays
Charse^eeoapU Qpened^by gag.
Cor. 14th Cr Eye °and Sunday
Charie Aersunts Invited
Two Convenient Locations
gg n:wn w gl
Blackistone Inc “Vm/'
Phone and Charge It
3605 14th ST. N.W.
Formerly at 111* 7th St R-W.
_Established 18*1___
Seither successor to nor connected with
le orirlnal W R. Spesre establishment
1009 H St. N.W. Natlonain*3SOT
J. William Lee’s Sons Co.
4th and Maas. Are. N.f. Ll 6*00
GILl . LEVI CLINTON. August 3. 1949,
of 9408 Biltmore dr., Silver Spring. Md..
husband of Florence M. Gill, father of
Clinton P. Gill, brother of Grover C. Gill,
Mary Jennings and Alice Niple. Services
at the Chambers Funeral Home. ftMU
Cleveland ave., Riverdale. Md.. on Friday,
\usust 5, at 1 p.m. interment Fort Lin
GODFREY. WILLIAM. Suddenly, on
August 3, J 949. at his residence, ! 4;. 8
Carrollburg pi. s.w.. WILLIAM GODFREY,
beloved husoand of Lucille Godfrey, ia
her of Burton Arbell. Josephine McKin
ley. Edward. Elmer and Osia Godfrey, and
Hattie Wallace. Also surviving are two
brothers, Eugene Godfrey and Richard
Charles; four grandchildren and oUier
relatives and friends. After 4 p.m. Fri
day, August 5, friends may call at the
Rollins Funeral Home. 4339 Hunt pi. n.e.
Funeral services Saturday. August n. at
1:30 p.m., at the above-named funeral
home. Mr. R. E. Wesley officiating. In*
torment Payne's Cemetery. 6
day August 4. .194!). at Emergency Hos
15<)*> Decatur st. n.w., daughter of Mrs.
Pearle Moore Gray of Washington, D. C..
and the late Hon. James Scott Gray of
Chatham. Ontario. Canada, and Allegan,
Mich. Services and Interment Allegan,
Mich. Please omit flowers.
GRIMES, WALTER. On Wednesday. Au
gust 1949. at his residence. ISIS Wylie
st ne. WALTER GRIMES, beloved hus
band of Annie Grimes, brother of Anna
Creek and Elmira While. He also leaves,
two nephews, two nieces, other relatives
and friends. Notice of funeral later.
Services by Stewart.
HANNAN HARRY J. On Sunday, July
7th st n.w. Remains resting at the b.
H Hines Co. Funeral Home, ‘.901 14th st.
n w Graveside services. Arlington Na-1
tional Cemetery, on Friday, August 6, at
7 p.m.
HANNAN, HARRY J. Members of the
Treasury Post, No. .2400. \
F W . are hereby notified of
i the following services for our
late comrade, HARRY J.
HANNAN: Ritual service by
i tne National Guard of Honor
at 8 p.m. Thursday. August 4.
1949. Interment Arlington National Cem
etery August 5. at ‘2 p.m.
GEORGE M. GEIGER, Adjutant. 5
HARTLEY, LOUISE F. Suddenly, on
Wednesday. August 3. 1949, at L,esJr
dencc. 0817 Georgia ave. n.w., LOUISE F.
HARTLEY, mother of Wesley G. Hartley,
sister of Will Fullman of Alabama and
Charles Fullman of Alaska. Services at
the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 901
14th st. n.w.. on Friday. August 6, at 8
p.m. Interment Monievallo, Ala. £>
HARRIS. EIXIS. On Thursday. August
4 1949, ELLIS HARRIS of 13U Webster
st n.w.. beloved husband of Jean Harris.
He also is survived by his mother, Mrs.
Annie Harris: three sisters. Miss Ruth
Harris. Mrs. Naomi Bach and Mrs. Rose
Blonder, and four brothers. Harry, Dr. Jo
seph. Morris and Sidney Harris. Funeral
services at the Bernard Danzansky & Son
Funeral Home. 3501 14th st. n.w.. on Fri
day, August 5. at II a.m. Interment
Tif?rcth Israel Cemetery. In mourning at
134 7 Tewksbury pi. n.w.
HARRIS, ELMS. The Ladles' Auxiliary
of Washington Post, No 5ft,
Jewish War Veterans of the U
S. A., reouests its members to,
attend funeral services tor (he
laie ELLIS HARRIS, husband
or Sister Jean Harris, to be
held at the Bernard Danzansky
dfc Son Funeral Home, 3501
14th st. n.w.. on Friday. August 5. 1049,
at 11 a.m. IDA VOLK. President.
S N. Suddenly, on Tuesday. August 2.
IT s N . retired, husband of Carolyn
Davison Hayden and son of Capt. Reyn
olds Hayden. M. C . U. S. N.. retired
Friends may call at Gawlers Chapel. 1<5(1
Pa. ave. n.w. Services will be held at Fort
Myer Chapel on Friday. August 5, at 11:30
a m. Interment Arlington National Ceme
this life Sunday. July 31. 1949. at 10:45
p ni . at her residence. 405 P si. n.w .
Bishop DAI8Y M. HENSON (nee Coving
ton). She leaves to mourn their loss a
devoted husband, Walter Henson: a loving
daughter, Rebecca Cladd of Norristown,
Pa * three sisters. Mamie Contee, Hattie
Carter and Carrie Love, and a host of
other relatives and friends. Friends may
call si her late residence after 11 a^tJJ.
Thursday. August 4. Funeral services Fri
day. August 5, at 2 p.m.. at the above ad
dress. Archbishop Gassaway officiating.
Interment Harmony Cemetery. Arrange
ments by Frazier’s Funeral Home. 4
ficers and members of St. Paul's Spiritual
Convocation, Inc., are requested to attend
the funeral services for our late bishop.
Right Rev. DAISY M. HENSON. Friday.
August 5, 1949. at 3 p.m., at the Unity
Spiritual Church. 405 P st. n.w. Attire,
dark clotnes and white gloves. Special
services Thursday. August 4. at 9 p.m:.
at headquarters, 1316 Vermont ave. n.w.
By order of _ .
Attest: VIVIAN A. MORRIS. 4«
August 3, 1949. DAISY HOWARDTON of
346 E st. s.w., wife of Herman Howardton,
mother of Mrs. Mary Josephine Mahoney,
mother-in-law of Harry C. Mahoney, sr.;
sister of Mrs. Sophia Shorter. Also sur
viving are two granddaughters. three
grandsons, one niece, and a host of other
relatives and friends. Notice of funeral
later Arrangements by the Carver Memo
rial Funeral Service, 29-31 H st. n.w.
HUMMER. GEORGE W On Wednesday.
August '{, 1949, GEORGE W. HUMMER,
beloved husband of of the late Minnie S.
Hummer (nee Suter*. father of Mrs Ethel
H. Martin. Mrs. Freda H. Tuttle and Mrs.
May Belle H. Bissette: brother of Dr.
Harry R. and John B. Hummer and Mrs
Georgianna Lepper and grandfather or .
Edward M. Jones. Friends may callat
his late residence. 1 Franklin ave.. Silver
Soring, Md.. where services will be held on
Friday. August 5- at 1:30 p.m. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery.
Monday, August 1. 1949. at the residence
cf her sister, 2655 South Seminary rd.,
SON, devoted mother of Louis, John. Mary
and Geoige Jackson: sister of Amelia
Thurston. Many other relatives and
friends also survive. Remains resting at
Chinn’s Funeral Home. 2605 South Sem
inary rd . Arlington. Va.. where funeral
services will be conducted Friday. August
5. at 1 p.m.. by Rev. Jackson A. Brown^
interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 4
JONES. HATTIE G. On Thursday. Au
gust 4. 1949, at her residence, 37 Ran
dolph Pl. n.w.. HATTIE G. JONES^ daugh
ter of the late John W and Kate A^Jonea,
sister of Mrs. Mary E. Leddon Friends
mav call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st
1 and Mass. ave. n.e., where services will be
Iheld on Saturday. August 6, at 11 a.m.
Interment Congressional Cemetery. o
day, August 3, 1949, a t his KALIVRE
i ;<4i Girard st. n.w.. JOHN KALIVR.K
TENOS. father of George. Harry and Pete
Kaiivretenos. all of Washington, D. C..
brother of Christopholos Kaiivretenos of
Washington, n. C. Remains resting at
the above residence affer 5 P in. Thursday.
Funeral services at Sts. Constantine and
Helen Orthodox Church. 0th &nd c *>*■
s.w„ on Friday. August 5. at 2 p.m. in
terment Glenwood Cemetery. ^
Tuesday. August 2, 1949, at his resi
dence 14°2 North Jefferson st.. Arllng
KELLY, husband of Elizabeth Frances
Kellv and brother of John W. Kelly. Mrs.
Ediih C. Pritchett and Mrs Agnes Ragan,
all of Indeoendence. Mo. Friends may call
a*. Gsw’.er's Chanel. 1/56 Pa. ave. n.w.
Mrs will be offered at St. Anne si Church,
10th and Frederick Sts . Arlington. Va ,
on Friday, August 5, at 10 a.m. Inter
ment private.
August ”. 1949, at Emergency Hospital.
Dr GEORGE A. KINGSTON, husband of
Alice W. Kingston, father °'
J. Hall and Mrs. Frank ( T. Palmtsani.
Friends may call at Gawler s Chapel, 1756
Pa ave n.w. Mass will be offered at St.
Charles’ Catholic Church. 3304 North
Washington blvd. (Clarendon!. Arlington.
Va.. on Friday, August 5, at 9.15 am.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 4
KLOEBER, ROYALL O. On Wednesday,
August 3. 3949. at Doctors Hospital,
ROYALL O. KLOEBER of 3032 Rodman
st n.w. Services at the 8. H. Hines
Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w..
on Saturday. August 6, at 11:30 am.
Interment private. 4
nesday August 3. 1949, EDNA PETTIT
LANAHAN. beloved wife of Walter D.
Lanahan. mother of Mrs. Doris Bowie and
Mrs. Betty Fannier. Funeral services at
her late residence, 120 Lafayette ave.,
laurel. Md.. on Saturday, August 6. at 10
a m. Interment Druid Ridge Cemetery. 6
day. August 2, 1949, MABEL HANCOCK
LYNN, mother of Mr. Marshall H. Lynn,
sister of John W. Hancock of Roapoke,
Va., and B. Hugh Hancock of Bluefleld, W.
Va. Memorial services will be held at the
residence of her son, 3119 38th st. n.w.,
on Friday. August 5. at 11 a.m. inter
ment private. * 4
MINOR. CARRIE M. On Thursday, Au
gust 4, 1949, CARRIE M. MINOR of 2814
Georgia ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later.
Arrangements by Frazier’s Funeral Home.
! Suddenly, on Wednesday, August 3. 1949.
■at Garfield Hospital. FRANCES MAY
j (FANNIE) NICHOLS of 75 Bryant st.
n.w. She is survived by an adopted son,
Harry E. Nichols. Services at the S. H.
Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st.
n.w . on Saturday. August 6, at 10 a m.
Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 5
PARKER. GEORGE W. On Wednesday.
August 1949, at his residence, Arcturus.
Va.. GEORG*3 W. PARKER, husband of
Paralee Lawson Parker, father of Miss
Mayme C. Parker of'Arctufus, Va.; Mrs.
Benton Fielder of Berea College, Ky.; Mrs.
James Monroe Morris of Goinesville, Fla.;
Mrs. Paul Edward Waring and Fred Lloyd
Parker, both of Washington, D. C. Friends
may call at the Wheatley runeral Home,
Alexandria, Va., until 6 p.m. Friday.
Burial will be in Midway, Ky., on Satur
day, August 6.
FITTS, COLEMAN. Departed this life
Tuesday, August 2, 1949. at his residence,
1316 You st. n.w., COLEMAN PITTS, de
voted husband of Mrs. Estelle Pitts. He
also ieaves three sisters, one brother, one
niece, one great-niece, two sisters-in-law,
two brothers-in-law and many other rela
tives and friends. Funeral Saturday, Au
gust 6, 1949, from Janifers Funeral
Home. 1141 22nd st. n.w. Interment Lin
coln Memorial Cemetery. Family may be
seen at 1008 Irving tt. n.w. A
Royall Ogden Kloeber,
Retired Top Official of
Budget Bureau, Dies
Royall Ogden Kloeber, 69, re
tired assistant director of the
Budget Bureau .who held that po
sition for 13 years, died yesterday
in Doctors
Death of the
Budget Bureau
official was at
tributed to in
juries he suf
fered in an
automobile ac
cident on July
23 in Waynes
boro. Pa.
Mr. Kloeber,
who was born
in Lynchburg.
Va„ entered
Mr. Kloeber. Govern me nt
Budget Bureau, who held that po
service in 1898 in the War De
partment's Office of the Paymaster
General. He was assistant direc
tor of finance when he left the
department in 1922. He then be
came assistant director of the
Budget Bureau, where he served
until 1935, retiring at that time
because of physical disability.
Mr. Kloeber consented to return,
to the Budget Bureau during]
World War II because of his “spe
cial qualifications,” bureau offi
cials said. He was finally forced
to retire in October, 1944, because
of ill health.
For his services as assistant di
rector of finance in the War De
partment during World War r, Mr.
Kloeber was awarded the Distin
guished Service Medal.
Mr. Kloeber, who at one time
belonged to the Sons of the Rev
olution, lived at 3032 Rodman
street N.W. m
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Zula Kloeber, and three sons and
a daughter by a previous marriage.
They are Richard M. Klqfber,.Ar
lington; Julian M. Kloeber, 3342
C street S.E.. and Ross O. Kloeber.
Lawndale. Calif., and Mrs. Thomas
A. Hayward, Arlington. He is also
survived by two sisters, Mrs. Wil
liam M. Kennedy, 2915 Connecti
cut avenue N.W., and Mrs. Girard
Tonning, New York City.
Funeral services will be held at
11:30 a.m. Saturday in the Hines
funeral home, 2901 Fourteenth;
street N.W. Burial will be in
Glenwood Cemetery.
Maj. Gen. H. J. Paul Dies
LINCOLN. Nebr., Aug. 4 </P).—;
Maj. Gen. Herbert Jay Paul, 75,
head of the Nebraska National
Guard in the period between the
two World Wars, died yesterday.
He was appointed adjutant gen-J
eral of the Nebraska National;
Guard while still in France in
March, 1919, and served until his
resignation in 1939.
On Wednesday, August 3, 1949, at hrs
residence, 1822 Calvert st. n.w.. HENRY
GARNETT PLASTER. M. D., beloved hus
band of Jerusha Plaster and lather of
Judith S. and Henry G. Plaster, jr. Re
mains resting at the Uoyd Slack Funeral
Home. Leesburg. Va. Interment Ebenezer
Cemetery, Loudoun County. Friday, August
5, at id a.m., Eastern standard time. 4
RILEY, WILLIAM. On Wednesday, Au
gust 3. 1949, in Freedmen’s Hospital,
WILLIAM RILEY of 629 Fairmont at.
n w , beloved brother of Walter L. Riley
and Mrs. Clara Jackson. He also is sur
vived by three nephews, one niece and
other relatives and friends Reinalna rest
ing with L. E. Murray & Son. 1337 19th
st. n.w.. where funeral services will be held
Saiurdav, August 0. at 1 p.m.. Rev. Pirn
officiating. Interment Harmony Ceme
tery. 5
ROSE, ANNE L. On Tuesday. August
2 1949. at her residence.' 627 21st s,.
n e. ANNE L. ROSE, wife of Abraham
Rose and daughter of Reoecca Scow. Also
surviving are other relatives and many
friends. After 12 noon Sunday friends
are invited to call at the McGuire Funeral
Home. 1820 9th it. n.w., where services
will be held on Monday. Auaust 8, at
11:30 a.m. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. 7
STANLEY, MOLLIE. On Sunday. July
31, 1949, at her residence, 3049 Warder
st n.w., MOLLIE STANLEY, devoted
mother of Wayman E. Stanley, Mrs. Moco
Taliaferro and Mrs. Blanche Morgan, all
of California; slater of Etta B. Llsemby.
Also surviving are other relatives and
many friends. After 2:30 p.m. Thursday
friends are invited to call at the McGuire
Funeral Home, 1820 9th st. n.w., where
services will be held August 6 at 1 p m.
Interment Los Angeles, Calif. 4
day. August 4, 1949, at Suburban Hospital,
LILLIAN MAY STEWART, beloved wife of
the late Bertram F. Stewart, sister of Mrs.
Violet Brauner and Mrs. Irene C. Birch.
Friends may call at Wm. J. Nalley s Fu
neral Home, 3200 Rhode Island ave., at
Eastern ave. n.e. Notice of funeral later.
STARK. HARRY E. On Tuesday, Au
gust 2, 1949, at Galllnger Hospital, HAR
RY E. STARK, beloved husband of Mattie
E. Stark (nee Pyles), father of Helen V.
Saylor and brother of George, James, Rob
ert and Walter Stark. Also surviving are
six grandchildren. Remains resting at
the George W. Wise Co. Funeral Home,
2900 M st. n.w., where services will be
held on Saturday, August 0, st 11 a.m.
Relatives and friends Invited. Interment
Prospect Hill Cemetery. 5
nesday, August 3. 1949,
810 6th st. n.e., DOWNLISON TRUE
HART, husband of Leslie Truehart.father
of Mrs. Madeline Douglas and Mrs. Eleanor
Thornton, brother of Mrs. Fannie Herder,
William, Junius and Percy Truehart. A
host of other relatives and friends also
survive. After 4 p.m. Friday, August 6,
friends may call at Frazier’a Funeral
Home. 389 R. I. ave. n.w. Funeral Satur
day, August 0, at 1 p.m., from New Hope
Baptist Church, Rev. C. H. Hamilton of
ficiating. Interment Louisa County, Va.,
Sunday, August 7. 6
August 3, 1949. at Galllnger Hospital.
LAURA D. WASHINGTON of 1340 11th
st. s.e. She leaves to mourn their loss
two brothers, Lawrence and William
Douglas of Summit, N. J.; a nephew, Glen
Eskew; one sister-in-law, Mary Wallace,
and a host of other relatives and friends.
Notice of funeral later. Arrangementa by
the Robert G. Mason Funeral Home.
WHITE. CONSIE. On Wednesday, Au
gust 3, 1949. at his residence, 1224 W st.
I e., CONSIE WHITE,' the beloved husband
oi Elizabeth R. White and father of Mrs
P. A. Rhodes, Mrs. G. M. Spring, Miss
Viola White. Mrs. C. Cabezas and Mrs.
Ethel Smith. Funeral services at the
Simmons Bros. Funeral Home, 2007 Nich
ols ave. s.e.. on Saturday, August 6. at 10
am. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Washington National Cemetery.
Remains may be viewed after 10 a m.
Friday. «
Itt fRrmnriam
and loving memory of our dear motner
and grandmother, ABOAD B. BACKEN
HEIMER, who went to her eternal peace
and rest one year ago today, August 4,
BROWN, RICHARD E. A loving tribute
to the memory of my dear husband, RICH
ARD E. BROWN, who departed this life
one year ago, August 4, 1948.
They say time heals all sorrow
And helps us to forget.
But so far it has only proved
How much I miss you y«t.
BROWN, RICHARD E. In memory of
a dear friend, RICHARD E. BROWN, who
departed this life one year ago today, Au
gust 4, 1948.
Peaceful be thy rest, dear Richard,
It is sweet to breathe thy name;
In life I loved you dearly,
In death I do the same.
They say time heals all sorrow
But so far it has only proved
How much I miss you.
EWING, HATTIE N. In loving memo^
of my devoted mother, Mr/. HATTIE N.
EWING, who departed this life one year
ago today. August 4, 1,948.
Sleep, sweet spirit, aleep^
MOY, MAMIE V. In sad but loving
memory of our dear mother and mother
in-law, MAMIE V. MOY, who departed this
life two years ago today, August 4, 1947.
Beautiful memories of one so dear
We'll always cherish with love sincere;
A day that comes with sad regret
and one that we shall never forget.
Artist Henry Keller, 80,
Dies on West Coast
8y th« Associated Press
SAN DIEGO. Calif.. Aug. 4 —
Henry G. Keller, 80. internationally
known artist of Cleveland, Ohio,
died here Tuesday.
His works in oils and water colors
have been exhibited at art galleries
throughout the United States and
in Europe and South America.
They are on permanent display in
the Metropolitan Museum in Cleve
land, the Toledo Museum, the
Chicago Art Institute, the Whitney
Gallery in New York and the
Corcoran Gallery in Washington,
D. C.
A native of Cleveland, he had
taught at the School of Arts there
for more than 40 years.
Funeral Tomorrow
For Dr. C. E. Kelly,
Dentist for 30 Years
Funeral services for Dr. Clarence
E. Kelly, 60, Washington dentist
for 30 years, will be held at 10 a.m.
tomorrow at St. Anne's Catholic
Church, Tenth
and Frederick
streets, Arling
ton. Burial will
be private.
Dr. Kelly died
Tuesday of a
heart attack in
his home, 1422
North Jefferson
street, Arling
Born in Inde
pendence, Mo.,
he was edu
cated there. In _ _ „
1915 he was »r-«.'«*. r K.ily
graduated from Georgetown Law
School and in 1919 from the
George Washington University
Dental School, which no longer Is
in existence.
Before practicing dentistry here
he served as a law clerk and later
as assistant chief of the rules and
regulations section of the income
tax unit of the Internal Revenue
Dr. Kelly was a veteran of World
War I and was first president of
the District chapter of Xi-Si-Phi
Fraternity. His offices were at
1726 I street N.W.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Elizabeth F. Kelly of Arlington:
two sisters, Mrs. Edith C. Pritchett
and Mrs. Agnes Ragan, and a
brother, John W. Kelly, all of
Dr. Henry G. Plasler
Dies Here at 70
Dr. Henry Garnett Plaster, 70,
a physician here since 1925, who
formerly had practiced medicine
in his native Loudoun County for
more than 20 years, died yester
day in his home, 1822 Calvert
street N.W. He had not been in
health for more than a year.
Dr. Plaster was born in Blue
mont, Va.. the son of Dr. G. E.
Plaster and Sally Taliaferro Plas
ter. He was a descendant of
George Mason.
Dr. Plaster started general med
ical practice in Bluemont after
being graduated in medicine from
the University College of Virginia
in Richmond at the age of 20. He
later moved to Leesburg, where
he had offices until coming to
Dr. Plaster, who was a member
of both the District and Virginia
medical societies, is survived by
his widow, Jerusha Lohman Plas
ter; a daughter. Ensign Judith S.
Plaster, U. S. N„ now stationed
at Norfolk, Va.; a son, Henry G.
Plastefr, jr., a senior at Duke Uni
versity; three sisters, Mrs. Nellie
B. Thomas of Washington, Mrs.
Archibald T. Osborne of Berry
ville, Va„ and Mrs. James S.
Bromfleld, Brevard, N. C., and a
brother, Hubert T. Plaster of Wil
liamsburg, Va.
Funeral and burial services will
be held in Ebenezer Cemetery,
near Bluemont, at 10 a.m. tomor
row, standard time.
Services Tomorrow
For Harvey Cooper
Private funeral services for Har
vey J. Cooper, 56, retired Veterans’
Administration lawyer, will be
held tomorrow afternoon in Ar
lington Cemetery. He died Tues
day in Mount Alto Hospital after
a long illness.
Mr. Cooper retired last year
as a member of the Central Dis
ability Board of the Veterans’
Claims Service. He lived at 5404
Worthington drive N.W.
Born in Utica, N. Y„ he was
graduated from Syracuse Univer
sity College of Law and served
in France in World War I.
He was a member of the New
York, Iowa and Missouri State
Mr. Cooper was active in golf
and bowling circles and was a
member of the Country Club and
Intercollegiate Alumni Bowling
He Is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Bess H. Cooper.
George W. Parker Dies;
Retired Tobacco Dealer
George W. Parker, 86, retired
Kentucky tobacco dealer, died yes
terday at his home, Arcturus-on
the-Potomac, Va., near Mount
Vernon, after a long illness.
Born in Franklin County, Ky.,
near Frankfort, Ky., he was the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Parker. For many years he was
engaged in the tobacco warehouse
business in both Lexington and in
Woodford County.
Since his retirement about 20
years ago he has lived in Virginia.
Surviving him are his widow,
Mrs. Paralee Lawson Parker; four
daughters, Miss Mayme Parker of
the Virginia address; Mrs. Benton
Fielder of Berea (Ky.) College,
Mrs. James Monroe Morris of
Gainesville, Fla., and Mrs. Paul
Edward Waring of Washington; a
son, Fred Lloyd Parker, also of
Washington, and 10 grandchil
Funeral services and burial will
be Saturdya in Midway, Ky.
Dr.J. Harold Mumper,!
Former Lutheran
Pastor Here, Dies
The Rev. J. Harold Mumper, 50,
former pastor of the Keller Me
morial Lutheran Church here,
died last night of a cerebral hem
orrhage In Har
risonburg, Va..
it was learned
An official of
the United Lu
theran Church
of Philadelphia,
Dr. Mumper
was teaching
summer school
classes for the
United Luther
an Church's
summer assem
bly in Massa
Dr. 1. H. Mumper. ne^a Springs.
Va.. when he was stricken two
weeks ago.
Dr. Mumper came to Washing
ton in October, 1937, as pastor of
the Keller Memorial Lutheran
Church, where he remained until
his resignation in 1943. Since that
time he had been editor of the
Parish Church School Board of
the United Lutheran Church in
Philadelphia, where he lived.
Dr. Mumper came to Washing
ton from Lititz, Pa., where he was
pastor of St. Pauls Lutheran
Church for six years. His first
pastorate was at St. John's Lu
theran Church, Westville, N. J„
where he also served six years.
While in Washington, Dr.
Mumper was a member of the
Board of Directors of the Wash
ington Federation of Churches
and a member of its Committee
on Christian Education. He also
had been treasurer of the city
wide Ministerial Association.
Born in Gettysburg, Pa., he was
graduated from Gettysburg Col
lege in 1921 with the degree of
bachelor of science in engineer
ing. After a year at the Massa
chusetts Institute of Technology,
specializing in plant management,
he entered the Divinity School in
Gettysburg, from which he was
graduated three years later.
In 1929 he received the degree
of bachelor of divinity at Gettys
burg and in 1932 the degree of
master of sacred theology from
the Graduate School of Theology
in Mount Airy, Philadelphia. He
later studied at Columbia Uni
versity and in 1941 he received
the degree of doctor of divinity
from Gettysburg College.
Surviving are his widow. Mrs.
Edith Clare Mumper of Phila
delphia, and two daughters. Fu
neral arrangements are not yet
complete. Burial will be in Gettys
Services Tomorrow
Dr. Dr. L. C. Faherty
Funeral services for Dr. Leo C.
Faherty, 67, Washington dentist
for 20 years, will be held at 10 a.m.
tomorrow at the Shrine of the
Blessed Sacrament, 6001 Western
avenue N.W. Before the services
prayers will be said at the S. H.
Hines funeral home, 2901 Four
teenth street N.W. Burial will be
in Arlington Cemetery.
Dr. Faherty, who maintained
offices at 3313 Wisconsin avenue
N.W., died Tuesday in Casualty
Hospital after a long illness.
A resident of the District since
he was 2 years old. he was the son
of the late Mr. and Mrs. John
He was graduated from the
Georgetown University Dental
Schbol in 1920 and was employed
in the United States Public Health
Service until he established his
private practice here about 20
years ago. He served as a captain
in the Army Reserve from 1928 to
Dr. Faherty was a member of
the District Dental Society.
Surviving him are his widow,
Mrs. Ruth Robey Faherty, 6319
Thirty-first place N.W.; a son,
Jack Lee Faherty; a sister, Mrs.
Agnes Hughes and a brother, John
Faherty, all of Washington.
Rev. John A. Davis, 56,
Dies at Norwich, Conn.
The Rev. John A. Davis. 56, a
former Washington resident, died
today at his home in Norwich,
Conn., where he had been pastor
of the First Congregational
Church since 1943.
Mr. Davis, who was born in
Washington, has a son and a
daughter living in Falls Church,
Mrs. Carolyn Dahlstrom of 1006
Chestnut avenue and John A.
Davis, jr„ of 101 Church walk.
Alvin M. Davis of 2018 O street
N.W., a Public Buildings Admin
istration analyst, is the pastor’s
Mr. Davis left Washington as
a young man to study for the
ministry and served parishes in
Georgia, Virginia, Maryland and
Pennsylvania. In 1926 he returned
to Washington to stay with his
mother, the late Mr. Carrie E.
Davis, and temporarily gave up
his ministerial work. After her
death in 1941, he moved to Nor
Mr. Davis is also survived by
his widow, Frances Adeline Mar
shall Davis of Norwich.
11 Killed in Fighting
After Mass Jailbreak
By the Associated Press
MORELIA, Mexico, Aug. 4.—
Fighting between police and con
victs who staged a mass jailbreak
here has resulting in 11 deaths,
police announced last night.
Ten of the dead were prisoners
and one a guard.
Only 13 of the 72 convicts who
fled the Michoacan State Peni
tentiary Tuesday and seized weap
ons were still at large. They were
being hunted by officers in the
hills surrounding Morelia.
For£y-nine of the prisoners sur
rendered yesterday.
Lignin Helps Soil
ROCHESTER. N. Y.—Lignin,
a by-product of pulp and paper
mills, used with fertilizer, has been
found valuable in adding humus
and organic matter to poor soil.
Prince Philip Ordered to Duty
With British Destroyer Force
• iy th« Associated Press
LONDON, Aug. 4 —Prince Phil
ip, the Duke of Edinburgh, was or
dered today to active duty with
the Royal Navy's destroyer force
in the Mediterranean.
The Prince, who is a profession- j
al sailor as well as the husband of
the future Queen of England, will
join the flotilla leader, H. M. S.
Chequers, at Malta October 17.
Princess Elizabeth and their
son, Prince Charles, will remain
at Clarence House, their London
Philip will be first lieutenant—
second in command—of the 1,710
ton Chequers. He will be its
executive officer, responsible for
discipline and daily ship routine.
The Prince’s assignment was
announced in the Admiralty’s
daily list of new duty orders.
The British Press Association’s
court correspondent, who writes
with official guidance, said the ap
pointment was Philip's personal
“He has been on the half-pay
list as a lieutenant since Septem
ber 29 last,” the correspondent
wrote. “He requested the Ad
miralty to put him back on the'
active list, with the consent of
the King.”
He was appointed to the same
rank in October, 1942", on the de-‘
strpyer H. M. S. Wallace. He
was then 21, the youngest man in'
Royal Navy history to hold the
rank. ■
The Prince will be serving un
der his uncle, Vice Admiral Earl
Mountbatten, who commands the
1st Cruiser Squadron.
The Prince first saw wartime
sea service at the age of 19, when
he joined the battleship Ramilies
of the Mediterranean fleet as a
Economics of Nation
Shapes Its Politics,
Barkley Tells Boys
Politics and economics go hand
in hand, Vice President Barkley
said this morning at graduation
exercises of the American Legion
Boys’ Forum on National Govern
The 96 young men, two from
each State, met in. the Old Su
preme Court chamber in the
Capitol. The ceremony marked
the close of a week-long series of
discussions and meetings with
Government officials under spon
sorship of the Legion.
“The economic conditions of a
cbuntry frequently determine its
politics,” Mr. Barkley said.
Explains Aid to Europe.
He explained that the United
States is appropriating money to
Europe to stabilize conditions
there and keep the people from
becoming distraught.
The Vice President remarked
that he was talking about the his
tory of America’s Government like
a Senator. ,
“Oh, yes. I'm the Vice Pres
ident,” he said in an undertone.
“They call me the V. P. I'm not
used to it yet—and sometimes I
wonder if the people are.”
“The things the Federal Gov
ernment has had to do are neces
sary and no capricious whim of
Congress.” Mr.Barkley emphasized.
"Congress expanded its powers as
life over the country became more
and more interwoven.”
Uncertain of Future.
He listed many Federal reg
ulatory powers over labor, trans
portation and radio.
“No one can predict what the
future will bring in regulations,”
he concluded.
The boys, who will return to
their homes today, were awarded
certificates and pins.
Depression Danger Over,
Green Tells AFL Session
iy th* Associated Press
BOSTON, Aug. 4.—AFL Presi
dent William Green says he be
lieves the United States will not
see another depression.”
Mr. Green told the 63d conven
tion of the Massachusetts Federa
tion of Labor last night that
"prices must come down,” but that
“the great need of the hour is
providing homes for the homeless.”
He said he believes there is no
danger of a national depression.
He listed these reasons:
(1) "The sending of large
amounts of goods abroad under the
economic co-operation administra
tion: ((2) "Passing of a housing
bill which will stimulate slum
clearance in every community and
increase construction and the use
pf allied materials: and (3) “The
fact our purchasing power is still
at a pretty high level.”
Mr. Green called on the federa
tion to work in the 1950 elections
“against those responsible for
sponsoring and retaining the
notorious Taft-Hartley Law.”
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Group Protests Deportation
Of 97 Aliens in 'Hysteria'
By the Associated Pre»»
NEW YORK. Aur. 4.—The
American Committee for the Pro
tection of Foreign Born says that
to date 97 noncitizens have been
seized in "the current deportation
The committee made the state
ment in protesting the arrest yes
terday of Miss Ida Gottesman,
50-vear-old Russian woman who
tias lived in the United States since
she was 14.
The woman was arrested at a
necktie firm where she works, on**
deportation charges accusing her
of being an alien member of an
organization advocating forcible!
overthrow of the Government.
The committee said Miss Gottes
man tried to become an American
citizen, "but was denied that
right." Her arrest, the commit
tee said, was based on "her former
membership In . the Communist
Alimony Action Naming
Satira Is Withdrawn
By the Associated Press
CLEVELAND, Aug. 4.—A 34
year-old housewife today withdrew
an alimony action in which she
named Dancer Patricia iSatira)
Schmidt of Toledo as corre
Common pleas Judge Frank J.
Merrick dismissed the suit "with-;
out prejudice" at the request of
Mrs. Louise Ann Salupo. George
Rager, her attorney, said he had
no comment on why the case was
withdrawn three days after it
was filed. Mrs. Salupo tearfully |
told reporters the action against
her husband. Sebastian, 35-year-1
old union business agent for!
laundry and electrical workers
"was all a mistake."
Satira was released from prison
in Cteba last October after serving!
more than a year for killing heri
married lover, John Mee, Chicago;
McKellar Finds Spending
U. S .Money Is Hard Job
»y the Associated Press
Senator McKellar. Democrat, of.
Tennessee told the Senate yester
day that 33 years In the Senate |
have shattered his boyhood dreams
about the joys of spending money.
As chairman of the Senate Ap
propriations Committee, he has
been responsible for more than
$30,000,000,000 In appropriations
: this year.
| “As a boy,” Senator McKellar
said, “I thought the greatest Joy
on earth would be to spend money.
11 never had any but I saw other
, people spending it. I've learned
| that spending money is a hard job
if a man is conscientious—and as
God is my judge I’ve been con
scientious.” i
Defense Due to finish
Sanity Question Today
In Lonely Hearts Case
By th« Associated Pre»»
NEW YORK, Aug. 4.—The de
fense lawyer at the "lonely hArts”
murder trial hopes to wind up
today his hours-long question
about the sanity of Martha Beck.
Defense Counsel Herbert E. Ro
senberg developed a stiff neck and
sore tonsils yesterday before he
had completed reading from the
testimony to frame his hypotheti
cal question.
Dr. Richard H. Hoffman, de
fense psychiatrist, was called back
to the witness stand today to hear
more of the same.
By reading from the 29-year-old
Mrs. Beck’s testimony about sor
did episodes and heartbreaks in
her life, Mr. Rosenberg hopes to
prove she was insane when Mrs.
Janet Fav, 66-year-old Albany
widow, was slain last January 4.
Much of Mrs. Beck's testimony
concerned abnormal sex relations
with her co-defendant, Raymond
Fernandez, 34.
The defense contends Fernan
dez had no part in the bludgeon
ing and strangulation of Mrs.
Fay, which* allegedly grew from
a scheme to swindle lonely women
through mail romances.
Mr. Rosenberg went over the
testimony for three and a half
hours for Dr. Hoffman yesterday.
When court adjourned he still
was not through the 750 pages
of Mrs. Beck's testimony, plus 59
pages of statements she made.
Boy, 7, Who Took Pills
For 'Nap' Improving
OMAHA, Aug. 4.—Sandy-haired
7-year-old Trevis Wissenbuvg
gained steadily today in his fight
aaginst the effects of a staggering
dose of sleeping pills.
Hospital attendants reported his
condition "generally improved”
but were not ready to say he is
out of danger.
The boy is believed to have taken
23 pills and capsules of a bar
biturate-type drug, enough to put
23 normal adults to sleep, while
his mother was out shopping. She
had told him to take a "nap” while
she was gone.
After 36 hours unconsciousness,
he awakened yesterday yelling
“Ouch” when a nurse stuck a
needle in his arm. Since then he
has been awake at intervals, taken
a little nourishment and been up
in a wheel chair. '
The medicine had been used by
Trevis> father, who was fatally
hurt in a truck accident five weeks
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