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RODMAN. MORRIS. On Sunday. Oc *»rt>er -za. )a4!>, at 12 noon, at District ol Cbiumbla Lodge Cemetery, Alabama ave. a e. Friends and relatives invited ROSE RODMAN AND FAMILY. 22 QeatljB ADAMS. ARCHIE GARDNER. Entered ln-'i eternal rest on Friday. October 21. 1949. at the Beihesda Naval Hospital. ARCHIE GARDNER ADAMS- beloved hus band ol Mrs Anna J Adams. He also is survived by many other i datives and friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines & Co. Funeral Home. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. Notice of funeral later. 23 ANDERSON. REV. JESSE H. On Thurs day. October 20, 1945). at his residence. 1207 Rhode Island ave n.w., Rev. JESSE H ANDERSON, beloved husband ol Mrs. Anna Anderson, brother of Mrs. Rebecca F. uits and Joseph Anderson. He also leaves other relatives and friends. Alter 5 P.m. Monday, October 24. friends may call at his late residence. Funeral services Tuesday, October 25. at 1 p.m., at the First Baptist Church. Rosslyn. Va.. Rev. Henry Houston officiating. Relatives and friends invited Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements by W. Ernest Jarvis Co. 24 BROOKS. MARY ELLA. On Thursday. October 20. 1949. at her residence. 1000 N J. ave s.e.. MARY ELLA BROOKS, the devoted wile of Rev Lewis J Brooks. She also leaves a lovmc daughter. Thelma Ice: three sisters. Maggie Adams. Florinc Carter and Helen Jenifer; two brothers, R*chard and James Jenifer; two grandchil dren. Vernon Ward and Robert Lee. jr.; two aunts and many other relatives and friends. After 12 noon Sunday, October 23. friends may cal! at the above resir dencc. Funeral services will be held Mon day. October "4. at 1 p.m.. at Mount Joy Baptist Church. 514 4th st. s.e.. Rev. R. E Burnette officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements by Eugene Ford. 23 BROWN. JEAN b. On Friday. October 21. 1949, at George Washington Univer sity Hospital. JEAN B. BROWN ol 9032 Baltimore ave . Berwyn. Md.. btloved wne of tne late Eugene Irving Brown and mother of Mrs. Dorothy J. Marino and Miss Margaret Ann Brown. Friends may can at Gasch's F'uneral Home. Hyattsvilie. Md.. after 10 a.ra. Sunday. Services at the above funeral home on Tuesday. Oc tober 25, at 8 a.m. Relatives and fnencii invited Interment Arlington Nationa: Cemetery. 24 CLAYPOOLE. EDWARD C. On Friday. October 21. 1*949. at Emergency Hospital. ED W ARD C. CLAYPOOLE of 1941 H st. n.w lather of Mrs. Dorothy Baxter. Mrs. Edna Green. Mrs. Peggy Luke. Ernest and Marvin Claypoole. Twelve grandchildren also survive. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. F'uneral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w. cn Monday. October 24. at 2 p.m. Inter ment For' Lincoln Cemetery. 23 COLEMAN. CARRIE BELLE. Entered ln.o eternal rest on Thursday. October 20, 1949. at her residence. Lincolnia. Va.. CARRIE BELLE COLEMAN, devoted wile of Mr. William H. Coleman, loving mother of Miss Malinda Gravett. stepmother of Mrs. Etta Pearson. Rev Spencer Coleman and Deacon Allen Coleman An adopted daughter. Mrs. Lillian Carey; other rela tives and a host of friends also survive. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines & Co. Funeral Home. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w., where relatives and friends may call on Sunday. October 23. after 12 noon. Fu neral Monday. October 24, at 1:30 p.m., from the Second Baptist Church. Falls Church. Va . Rev Wr. E. Costner officiat ing. Interment Payne’s Cemetery. 23 COX, MRS. FRANCES MAY. On Fri day. October 21. 1949. at Providence Hos pital. FRANCES MAY COX of 914 loth st. n.e. She is survived by four sisters and two brothers. Services at the S. H. Hines Co Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Monday. October 24. at S:3o a.m.; thence to Holy Name Catholic Church. 11th and K sts. n.e . where the holy sacrifice of the mass will be offered at 9 a.m. for the re pose of her soul, interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 23 CRUMIT. CHARLES C. Suddenly on Friday. October 21, 1949, at Emergency Hospital. CHARLES C CRUMIT of 4321 River rd. n.w.. beloved husband of Ora K Hey Crumit, father oi Mrs. Thelma Hidry of Greenbei . Md ; Mrs. Margaret Massie of Washington, D. C . and Art Crumit of Washington D. C. Services at the S. H. Hines Co Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n w . on Monday. October 24. at 12 noon. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 23 DAY. LT. COL. GORDON C. On Fri day. October 21. 1949. at Walter Reed General Hospital. Lt. Col. GORDON C. DAY. retired, beloved husband of Mrs. Bessie 3 Day of 719 Chillum rd., Hyatts ville. Md father of Mrs. Priscilla Mc Namara of Baltimore. Md ; Miss Dorothy Day and Miss Esther Day of Hyattsvilie. Md. Co!. Day res.s at the Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home. 8434 Georgia ave . Silver Spring. Md. Services will be held on Monday. October 24. at 11 a.m., ar Tort Mver Chapel. Interment Arling ton National Cemetery. 23 DOUGHERTY. HARRY JOSEPH. On Thursday, October 2<», 1949. HARRY JO SEPH DOUGHERTY, husband of Kath erine E Dougherty, father of Harry J. Dougherty, jr Remains resting at Cham bers' Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e., until Monday. October 24. at 8:30 a m. Graveside services at Arlington National Cemetery at 9:30 am. 23 FISHER, LAWRENCE E. (HOP). On Saturday. October 22. 1949. at George town University Hospital, LAWRENCE E. «HOP) FISHER of 3215 O st n.w., be loved husband of £)orothv T. Fisher, fa ther of Lawrence E. Fisher. Jr.; son of Lunwood L. Fisher, and brother of Artie L. Fisher of Washington. D. C Harry E Fisher of Falls Church. Va., and Charles M. Fisher of Kingsport, Tenn. grienas may call at the Birch Funeral ome. 3034 M st. n.w. Notice of services later. FLETCHER. KATIE LEE. On Friday, October 21. 1949. at Providence Hospital. KATIE LEE FLFTCHER, beloved sister of Richard Ernest Fletcher. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass, ave. n.e.. where services will be held on Sunday. October 23. at -3:30 p.m. In terment Middleburg, Va., on Monday at 11 am. 23 GAINS. MARY E. On Saturday. Octo ber 22. 1949, at her residence, 3010 North Calvert st.. Baltimore. Md.. MARY E. GAINS, widow of the late Rev. Frederick A Gains. She is survived by the follow ing children: George A. Gains of Balti more. Md.: Mrs. John H Savler of Cin cinnati. Ohio: Mrs. Edward W. Cookey and Miss Helen O. B. Gains, both of Balti more. Md.; two brothers. George De Lash mutt of Baltimore. Md... and William R. De Lashmut of Los Angeles. Calif. Brief •ervices will be held Monday. October 24, at 1:30 p.m . at her late home and com pleted services at Mount Olivet Chapel, Frederick Md.. at 3 p.m. Private inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery Please omit flowers. . GRIFFITH. SARA DICKINSON. Sudden ly on Friday October 21. 1949. at Doctors Hcspita!. SARA DICKINSON GRIFFITH of 3133 Conn ave. n.w.. mother of Herbert M Griffith, jr.: brother of George M. Sherman, grandmother of Herbert M. Griffith. 3rd. Services at. the 8 H. Hines Co Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w on Monday. October 24. at 10 a m. Inter ment St. John's of Waverly Church Yard, Baltimore. Md. 23 IIl'ME. THOMAS EDWARD. On Friday. October 21. 1949. at Garfield Hospital, THOMAS FDWARD HUME of 211 Manor circle south. Takoma Park. Md.,. beloved husband of Nellie D. Hume and sister of Mrs. Thomas J. Broaddus of Manassas, va. Notice of service* later Arrange ments by the Takoma Funeral Home. JOHNSON. MARY. On Thursday. Oc tober 20. 1949. MARY JOHNSON of 913 27th st n w.. beloved cousin of Mrs. Mary Wilhams and Charles Freeman and niece of Mrs Millie Freeman. She also leaves oth°r relative* and friend*. After 12.30 p m. Sunday. October 23. friends may call at the residence of her cousin. 2619 K st. n.w Funeral services Monday. Octo ber 24. at 2:30 p.m . at the Mount Zion Methodist Church. 29th and O sts. n.w . Rev. James D Foy officiating Relatives and friends invited. Interment Woodiawn Cemetery. Arrangements by W. Ernest Jarvis Co. . 23 JOHNSON. mVhtI.E S. On Friday. Oc tober 21. 1049. at Georgetown University Hospital. MYRTLE S. JOHNSON of .9828 Jilth st. n.w.. sister of Mrs. George A Cummer and Mrs. Samuel Y. McConnell, niece of Lula I. Curley and Mrs. Godie Newyah. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 29M 14t.h st. n.w.. on Monday. October 24. at. 1 p.m Int»r men^ Cedar Hill Cemetery. 2,1 _FUNERAL DIRECTORS J. William Lee’s Sons Co. 4th and Mass 'Ave N.E. LI. 3-5306 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium_ FRANK GEIER'S SON'S CO. 3605 14th ST. N.W. TUCKERMAN 2326 NEW ENLARGED PARLORS Formerly at 1118 Ttb St. N.W. Established 1851 V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither successor to nor connected with th» orislnal w. R. SDeare establishment. 1009 H St N W Phone ivu* n ar. rt.rv. National 2883 FUNERAL DESIGNS GUDE BROS. CO. Individually Designed Wreaths and Sprays Charse Accounts Opened by Phone 1213 F St. N.W.—NAtional 4276 CHACONAS FLOWERS Beautiful FLORAL PIECES. *5.00 and np ■ DELIVERED 2500 14th St. N.W_Phone DP. 71*1 GEO. C. SHAFFER, INC. Expressive Floral Tributes. Moderate prices Open dally. Sun., holidays. Phone ordari 0 p-m-_mgasr Blackisione, Inc. 8me,779J' BEAUTIFUL FLORAL TRIBUTES, $5 up - Phone and Charge It Cr& C FLOWER STORES FLORAL SPRAYS, $3.95 UP DELIVERED Charge Accounts Invited. 108 14th St. N.W. ME. 7433 ht fleattia KEENAN. DORA I.. On Wednesday. October II*. 1949. DORA L. KEENAN of |3tH)5 10th st. n.e.. wile of the late How ard Keenan and mother of Mrs. Thelma K, Trent of New York City, Mrs. Edna K. .Thomas. Frederick W. and Rush R. Kee nan of Washington, D. C. Also surviving are two grandchildren, William H. Thomas, ijr.. and Warner K. Thomas; six nephews, Fred G. Crusoe of Washington, D. C., Charles, Sylvester, Fred, Watson and | Brazil Gasway of Cleveland, Ohio: two nieces, Mrs. Virginia Goodwin of New York I City and Mrs. Mamie Harden of Martins ibura. W. Va.: other relatives and many j friends. After noon Friday. October 21. | friends are invited to call at the McGuire j Funeral Home. 182" Slth st,. n.w., where ] services will be held Saturday. October j 22. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Lincoln Me j mortal Cemetery. 22 KERR. EDWARD ALBERT. Suddenly, ! on Friday. October 21. 1040. at his resi dence. 1512 Newton st. n.e.. EDWARD ■ ALBERT KERR, beloved husband of Helen Moller Kerr, lather of Mrs. Evelyn K. Clements of Great Neck. Lona Island, and D. Bruce Kerr of University Park. Md.; brother of Miss Elizabeth S. Kerr of Cam bridge, Mass. Six grandchildren also sur vive. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2001 14 th st. n.w.. on Monday, October 24, at 11 a m. 23 1 LAWSON. WALTER T Suddenly, on Thursday, October 20, 1040. at his resi dence. 4130 Lee st. n.e.. WALTER T. LAWSON, beloved husband of Fiorina Camper Lawson Also surviving are many friends. After 4 p.m. Friday friends are Invited to call at his late residence. Fu neral Saturday, October 22. at 12 noon, from People's Congregational Church. H24 M st. n.w. Interment Harmony Cemetery. Arrangements by McGuire. Inc. 22 LEE. CLARENCE M. Of 4300 4th st. north, Arlington. Va . on October 18. 1040. CLARENCE M. LEE. husband of I Jacqueline Lee. father of Ronald John Lee, | son of Annie B. Lee. brother of Mrs. Hat tie Sasser, Mrs. Fannie Dow. Mrs. Eva ! McDaniel, Mrs. Nellie Winters. Edward, ; Warren. Ashby, Herschel. Howard. Floyd. Albert. Robert and Joseph Lee Servlcei I at Chambers' Funeral Home, 3072 M st. |n.w.. on Monday. October 24. at 1:30 p.m. j Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 22 LINTHICUM. CORPL. CHARLES A. mTONYi. Suddenly, on Wednesday, Octo j ber 10, 1910, at Lubbock Air Force Base, lex. Corp). CHARLES A. t TONY) ; LINTHICUiVi, son oi George W. and the late Olive Linthlcum ot Gaithersburg, Md. Also surviving are his grandmother. Mrs. Theresa Selby; two sisters and two broth ers. Corpl. Linthlcum will res, at Gartner's Funeral Home. Gatthersbuig. Md. F’unerai services Tuesday. October 25. at St. Martin's Catholic Church, where requiem mass will be said at 9:3u a m. lor the repose of his soul Inter ment Arlington National Cemetery. 23 LOCRAFT, MARIE J. On Thursday. October 20, 1949, MARIE J. LOCRAFT (nee De Lacy), wife of the late Bernard F Locraft. beloved mother of Mrs. Marian Johnson, Mrs. Josephine Mltton. Bernard F' and Thomas H. Locraft Friends may call at her late residence. 45 Rhode Island ave n.e. High requiem mass at St. Mar tin s Church on Monday. October 24. at 9 * m. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme tery. 23 LUCKETT. ANNIE PAYTON. On Thurs day. October 20. 1949, at the Alexandria Hospital, ANNIE PAYTON LUCKETT, sis ter of Hayward D., R. Samuel and William H Lucke.t: Mrs. Lucy L. Bargamin and Mrs. E. S. Billhimer. Friends may call at the Demaine Funeral Home, 520 8outh Washington st., Alexandria. Va.. where funeral sendees will be held on Monday. October 24. 1949. at 2 pm Interment in Union Cemetery. 23 MARSCHALK. MARY BERTHA. Sud denly. on Friday. October 21. 1949. at Hendersonville, N. C. MARY BERTHA MARSCHALK of 1321 Longfellow st n.w , wife of the late Dr. Leighton Van Buren MarschalR. Sister ol Sue and Ray Ratclitfe of Arlington, Va. Notice of funeral la.er. McCHEARY, GRACE. On Thursday. October 20, 1949, at 10 p.m.. a; her resi dence. m Perry Point, Md.. GRACE MC CREARY. beloved wife ot Ralph E. Mc Creary and mother of Millard Bachman. Jerry Bachman and Mrs. J. T. Ruppert Funeral services at Perryville. Md. Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery Monday, Octo ber 24. at 12:30 p.m. 23 McGolrick. Joseph ei gene (gene). On Thursday. October 20. 1949. at Provi dence Hospital. JOSEPH EUGENE (GENE) McGOLRICK, beloved husband of Mary H. McGolrick. father of Mrs. Cecelia Graham, Mary I. McGolrick and Eugeng J. McGol rich. and son of Mrs. Laura H. McGolrick Funeral from the Saflell Funeral Home, 47u H st. n.w., on Monday. October 24, at 8:15 am. Reouiem mass at St Gabriel's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 03 McGROARTY'. ELIZABETH VAN LEAR. On Thursday. October 20, 1949, in New York. ELIZABETH VAN LEAR McGRO ARTY. daughter of the late Neil Mc Groarty and Mrs. Perry Mentzer. Serv ices at the Demaine Funeral Home, 520 South Washington st.. Alexandria, Va.. Monday. October 24, at 3:30 p m In terment pakwood Cemetery. Falls Church, Va. 03 .TitKM.it. ,n ahu AKr.T R. On Thurs day. October 20, 11(49. MARGARET R. MERSCH ol 5529 Ith st. n.w.. beloved wife of Alfred W Mersch. Funeral from the W. W. Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w.. on Monday. October 24, at 8:30 a m Requiem mass at the church of the Nativity at 9 a m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 23 OYSTER. ANNELL GILPIN. On Friday, Octobtr, 21, 1949. at Gordonsville, Va., ANNELL GILPIN OYSTER of Washington. D. C . mother ol Mm. Mary G. Sincell and Mrs. Bettie H. Griswold. Funeral services at St. Paul’s Rock Creek Church on Saturday, October 22, at 3 p.m. In ! termetit Rock Creek Cemetery. PERDUE, MARGARET S, On Saturday, October 22, 1949, at her residence, 1324 [North Harrison st.. Arlington, Va., MAR j CARET S. PERDUE, beloved daughter of ! *2ie late Caroline and Samuel R. Perdue, devoted sister of Clyde R. and Herbert E. Perdue. Remains resting at the Ives Fu neral Home. 2847 Wilson bivd., Arlington, Va. Notice ol funeral services later. POPE, HERBERT R. On Thursday. Oc tober 20, 1949. at his home, 158 Grant ave- Takoma Park, Md., HERBERT R POr'E, beloved husoar.d ol Mrs. Frances Pope, father ol Linda Faye Pope, Mrs, Mae Elizabeth Piscatelli and Mr. Carrol Lee Pope; son of Mrs. Lottie M. Pope, grand son oi Mrs. Emily Leizear. brother of Mrs. Lillian Parsley. Mrs. Helen Turner, Mrs. Arthur Clock. Mrs Margaret Burger, Mr. John E. Pope and Mr. James W Pope. Mr. Pope rests at the Warner E. Pumphrey Fbineral Home, 8434 Georgia Silver Spring. Md., where services will be heid on Saturday. October 22. at 2 pm. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. PORTER, GEORGE MILTON. SR. " On E^?,^5U-Oct0ber -1- 1949. GEORGE M. PORTER, Sr., of 18 N st. s.e. He leaves a Wile. Lenora Porter; two daughters, Eve lyn and Rose Porter; two sons. George M . Jr., and Eugene Porter; parents. Charity and Richard Porter, sr.. one sister, Rosie Porter: one brother. Richard Porter. Jr ; one grandchild, four aunts, three uncles, two nieces, three nephews, many other relatives and friends. After 4 p.m. Mon day. October 24. friends may call at Eu gene Ford’s Funeral Home, 1213 4th st. s w,, where funeral services will be held on Tuesday. October 25. at 1 p.m. Inter ment Mount Hope Church Cemetery, Camp Springs. Md. 24 PUTNAM, ELEANOR. On Friday, Oe lolsp'' • 1949. in Manhasset, N. Y., ELEANOR PUTNAM, mother ol Mrs. Ber nice Kilgore oJ Lake Worth. Fla.: Mrs. Mae Norman ol Michigan and Mr. Borden S. Putnam of Port Washington, N. Y Mrs. Putnam rests at the Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia Voi' t,Spring. , Md.. where services will be held on Sunday. October 23, at 2 p in. Interment Glenwood Cemetery Mon oay. October 24. at 9 am. 23 SAXON. JEHUE J. On Thursday, Oc 'bhfr-V, 1949. at 4924 Livingston rd. it, JEHUE J. SAXON, husband ol Delina M Saxon, father of Jeanenne and Joan Saxon and son of Estelle H. Saxon. Serv ices at the Chambers Funeral Home, 517 11th st. s.e., Monday. October 24, at 3:30 P.m Interment Washington National Cemetery. 03 TAPP. SAMUEL. On Thursday, October 20. 1949, SAMUEL TAPP, the beloved hus band ol he late M Elizabeth Tapp and fatner of Frances Tapp. Funeral from the W. W. Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w . on Monday, October 24, at 1 o.m. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 23 TURPIN. NANNIE A. On Friday. Oc tober 21. 1949. at General Hospital, Elk hart. Ind., NANNIE A. TURPIN of 3739 Kanawha st. n.w., sister of Susan G. Turpin of Washington. D. C.. and Edgar A. Turpin of Detroit. Mich. Interment Monday. October 24. Loudon Park Ceme tery. Baltimore. Md. 23 WALKER. MARY ELIZABETH. On Friday. October 21. 1949. at Ruxton, Md.. MARY ELIZABETH WALKER, beloved mother of John L. Schafer. Charles E. Schafer and Mrs. Ada Jenkins of Wash ington. D. C ; Mrs. Elizabeth Putnam and Claudls Walker of Baltimore. Md.. and sister of Harry and Clarence Lee and Mrs. Fannie Zink of Baltimore County. Md. Services at the home of her son, John L. Schafer, 49(10 MacArthur blvd . on Mon day. October 24, at 2 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 23 WEAKLEY. MYRTLE MAE. On Thurs day. October 20, 1949. at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Beulah Byrd, near Vienna, Va. MYRTLE MAE WEAKLEY, wife of Aublria B. Weakley, mother of Mra. Cora Mullen. Mrs. Beulah Byrd, Mrs. Mildred Harlow. Mrs. Iva Coleman and Mrs. Eva Vandorwarkef. She also Is survived by six grandchildren, five brothers. Herbert. John. Stewart and Thomas Eskridge, all of Falls Church. Va . and William Eskridge of Fairfax Circle. Va.. and two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Reiter of Falls Church. Va , and Mrs. Louise Walker of Washington. D. C. Funeral services at Pearson's Funeral Home. 472 Washington st.. Falls Church. Va.. on Sunday. October 23. at 2 pm. Interment Merrifleld Cemetery. 32 WETZEL, CHARLES A. On Friday, October 21. 1949, at 7 p.m., at 482B Butterworth pi. n.w., after a month's Ill ness, CHARLES A. WETZEL, father of Mrs. R. E. Fletcher of San Francisco, Calif.: Mrs. William C. Young of Rye. N. Y„ and Charles H. Wetzel of the above address. Washington, D. C. Private fu neral services will be held Monday. October 24. at the S H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. Please omit flowers. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. Itt dfcmiirtam BROWN, ALBERTA L. In memory of my beloved mother. ALBERTA L. BROWN, who departed this life four years ago to day. October 22, 1945. Memory is a gift of God that death cannot destroy. DAUGHTER, EVELYN. • FORD. JOHN D. In loving memory of my husband. JOHN D. FORD, who passed ! to the Great Beyond seven years ago to day, October 22, 1942. Always remembered. WIFE, MATTIE Y. FORD. • k. Trial of Czechs Begun j On Charge They Aided 'Foreign Intelligence' | ly the Associated Press PRAGUE, Oct. 22.—The Czech oslovakian government today placed on trial in a small town near here a group of citizens charged with spying for an un named "foreign intelligence serv ice." I Announcement of the trial at Louny, 40 miles from Prague, came only a day after the Czech Foreign Ministry accused mem bers of the United States Em bassy of heading a widespread espionage system in Czechoslo vakia. The official Czech news agency said the accused at Louny were a group of former factory own ers, butchers, taxi drivers and professional bandits. The num ber in the group was not stated. They were described as “desper ate spies and terrorists" against whom the agency said a verdict would be returned in three days. Expelled Attache Leaves. Isaac Patch, 37, United States Embassy attache expelled by the government on charges of leading a spy ring, left Prague for Ger many. The career diplomat, who yes terday w'as given 24 hours to get out of the country, drove to Nuernberg wdth his wife and three young daughters. Mr Patch characterized the charges of the Communist-led government as "absolutely base less." Samuel Meryn, a clerk in the American Embassy, was arrested at the same time Mr. Patch was ordered to leave. He also was ac cused of being one of the ring leaders of the purported spy ring. Propaganda Move Seen. Meanwhile, reliable sources re ported that the expulsion and ar rest of the Americans and the an nounced arrest of the Czech members of the alleged ring was the government's way of round ing up members of “internal re action” and simultaneously strik-, ing a propaganda blow against the West. The Czech government also has ordered the expulsion of 11 more employes of the Yugoslav em bassy here, the official Prague radio announced. The action was described as; “reprisal against the unwarranted i expulsion of Czechoslovak embassy employes from Belgrade." Charlotte Aikens, 81, Dies; Started Sibley Nurse School Miss Charlotte A. Aikens, 81, first director of nurses at Sibley Hospital and nationally recog nized nursing and hospital ad ministration authority, died yes terday at her home in Detroit, the Associated Press reported to day. , Miss Aikens, an Army nurse in the Spanish-vVmerican War, start ed the Lucy Webb Hayes School of Nursing at Sibley Hospital here in 1898 and was its director for two years. She later was with Polyclinic Hospital in New York, Columbia Hospital in Pittsburgh and Iowa Methodist Hospital in Des Moines. A native of Mitchell, Ontario, Canada, Miss Aikens had lived in Detroit for more than 25 years. She had helped set up the city’s home - nursing program. Miss Aikens wrote several textbooks for nurse-training courses. One of them, "Studies in Ethics for Nurses,” has been translated into 14 languages and was once pre sented by the Chinese government to every graduate nurse in that country. She is survived by two adopted children, Mrs. Margaret Dryden and Wayne Aikens. Funeral services will be held to morrow in Detroit. in iHfmnriam FREEMAN, DOLLIE. In loving mem ory of our mother. DOLLIE FREEMAN, who departed this life three year* ago today, October 22, 1946. THE FAMILY. • GIOVANNONI. CAROLA. In sad but loving memory of our dear wife and moth er. CAROLA GIOVANNONI. who passed away three years ago today, October 22, 1948. We are sad within our memorial. Lonely In our hearts today. For the one we loved so dearly Has lorever passed away. We think of her In (Hence. No one can see us weep; But many silent tears are shed While others are asleep. HER LOVING HUSBAND AND CHIL DREN. May her soul rest In peace. YOUR COUSIN, DINA. • GOODING, ROY C. In sad but loving memory of our dear father. ROY C. GOODING, who passed away two years ago today, October 22, 1947. His life was unselfish. For others he lived. Not for what he could get, But what he could give. Doing little things for others, Helping where he could. Never making much pretending. Always doing good. His sweet memory 1* all we have left. His cares are all at rest; But thankful are we who today can say We loved him and did our best. We watched him fade like a flower, But could not make him stay; We nursed him with tender kindness Until God called him away. DEVOTED CHILDREN, EARL, EVELYN AND EDWARD. JACKSON. DR. ALGERNON B. In cherished and loving memory of my de voted husband. Dr. ALGERNON B. JACK SON, who departed this life seven years ago today, October 22, 1942. I want to dedicate my life to all that you held dear. LIZZIE. * JOHNSON. SUSAN B. Sacred to the memory of my beloved mother, SUSAN B. JOHNSON, who departed this life twenty years ago today. October 22. 1929. October brings sad memories Of a loved one gone to rest; You will never be forgotten By me. who loved you best. LOVING DAUGHTER, MAUD E. MER PEBUZZI. JUSTIN. A tribute in mem ory of our dear brother. JUSTIN PERUZZI. who left us two years ago, October 23, 1947. His life Is a beautiful memory, His absence a silent grief: He sleeps In God’s beautiful garden, In the sunshine of perfect peace. HIS DEVOTED SISTERS. 24* ROBINSON, MARY BROOKS. A birth day tribute to a dear friend. MARY BROOKS. ROBINSON, on her birthday, October 22. Passed away June 2, 1949. LENA P. HUNTER. * SILVER, LOLA R. In loving memory of a loved one, LOLA R. SILVER, who passed away three years ago, October 22. 1946. Three years have passed away, Another sun has set, And still we love and long for you. Sweet memories of you linger always, How can we forget. LOVING FAMILY AND TOMMY. THOMA8, ALBERT, In loving memory of my dear husband, ALBERT THOMAS, who passed away three years ago, October 22, 1948. WIFE, ETHEL THOMAS. CEMETERY LOTS. CEMETERY LOT in National' Memorial Park, Lee hwy.; reasonable. CH. 3744. —23 3 CHOICE LOTS IN WASHINGTON Memo rial Pk. Will sell at sacrifice for cash Cali V. R. Marshall. HO. 1226. —23 CEDAR HILL, six sites monument privilege; location near Chapel; will sacrifice S2S0 less than present value. Box I61-G. 8tar. 23* FT. LINCOLN CEMETERY—4 rrave sites; owner will sacrifice. LI. 3-2127. —28 TWO GRAVES at Ft. Lincoln Cemetery, Catholic sect.; Lot Ho. 421, For inform., call Bowie 86367 —20 Car Fumes Kill Baby as Parents Take Two Children to Hospital By the Associated Press FREDERICK. Md.. Oct. 22.— Carbon monoxide fumes killed a 1-year-old boy as he was riding in the back seat of his parents’ automobile last night. His two brothers, one 5 and the other 3, narrowly missed the same fate. Police said the parents, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Mines of Fall ston, Harford County, gave this account of the tragedy: They were out riding in their old automobile. Their three boys were in the back seat. Raymond, 2 Pedestrians Injured Seriously in Traffic Two pedestrians were injured seriously in traffic accidents in the last 24 hours, police reported to day, and in a third case a driver is being sought. Charlie Safford, 51. colored. 927 P street N.W., suffered serious head injuries early today when struck by a pie truck as he was crossing Pierce street near First street N.E. He was admitted to Gallinger Hospital. Police said the truck, owned by the Perfection Pie Co., was driven by Pete G. Chipouras, 46, of Glen dale, Md. The second pedestrian, who suf fered severe head injuries and a broken leg, was Earl Mann. 42, of 1242 Twelfth street N.W. Police said he was struck last night at Eleventh and N street N.W. by an automobile driven by Woodrow Wilson, 36. colored, of 1268 Oates street N.E. Mr. Mann was taken to Emergency Hospital. Another victim was Kinzel Kackley, 13, of 918 North Caro lina avenue N.E.. a Star carrier boy. He was struck by an automo bile at D street and Maryland avenue N.E., police said. He was admitted to Casualty Hospital, where he is reported in fair con dition. Police said the car carried five “middle-aged” persons. A lookout was flashed for a 1936 Plymouth with District tags. The boj/'s mother said he told her the car stopped and the driver asked him if he was hurt. He replied he was not and the car drove away. Then the boy walked to the curbing and col lapsed, she said. Lt. Col. Cordon Day Dies; Retired Army Engineer Lt. Col. Gordon C. Day, 61, U. S. A., retired, former chief engineer for the 3d Corps Area in Baltimore, died yesterday at \Balter Reed Hospital. A native of Somerville, Mass.. Col. Day was commissioned in the Army Engineers in 1917 and served in France from 1918 to 1919. From 1939 to 1940 he was chief engineer of the 3d Corps Area, with headquarters in Balti more. He also had been stationed at Fort Belvoir in 1940. Col. Day retired in 1942. He lived at 719 Chillum road, Hyattsville. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Bessie S. Day, and three daughters, Mrs. Priscilla McNa mara of Baltimore, Miss Dorothy Day of San Francisco and Miss Esther Day of the Chillum road address. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Fort Myer chapel. Burial will be in Arling ton Cemetery. Charles Wetzel's Father Dies Here; Rites Monday Charles A. Wetzel, 83, whose son. Charles, jr.. is head of the Times-Herald art department, died yesterday at his son’s home, 4829 Butierworth place N.W. A native of Germany, Mr. Wet zel came to this country as a small boy and had lived in the District for the past eight years. Besides his son he is survived! by two daughters, Mrs. R. E. Fletcher of San Francisco and I Mrs. William C. Young of RyeJ N. Y. Funeral services will be held Monday at the S. H. Hines funeral home, 2901 Fourteenth street N.W. Burial will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Bulgarian Fatherland Front Ousts 2 for 'Espionage' By th* AuociaUd Pun SOFIA. Bulgaria, Oct. 22.—The Bulgarian Press Department said last night that former Finance Minister Petko Kunin and Ivan Maslarov had been expelled from the Fatherland Front’s National Council for “espionage and treach erous activity.” (The Fatherland Front is the I name given to the Communist- i dominated coalition which has \ governed the country since 1947.) The National Council directed that Parliament deprive Kunin and Maslarov of their parlia mentary mandates. A parliamentary decree an nounced October 8 that Kunin had been relieved as minister. No reason was given at,that time. The council elected as a mem ber Vice Premier Dobri Terpeshev. He replaces Vladimir Poptomov, who has been foreign minister since August 6. Woman Freed on Bail In Plane-Bomb Case ■ p By *h» AuociaUd Pros* QUEBEC. Oct. 22 — I*rs. Arthur Pitre, key witness in the investi gation of the September 9 Quebec plane crash which killed 23 per sons, was released in $500 bail yesterday. She has been held on a charge of attempted suicide. Mrs. Pitre has testified that at th6 bidding of J. Albert Guay, Quebec jeweler, she placed a pack age aboard the Canadian Pacific airliner without knowing it con tained a time bomb. The explo sion killed Guay’s wife and the other 22 aboard. Guay is held on a charge of murdering his wife. • i 3, and Reynolds Lee, 5, became nauseated. The parents sped to Frederick Memorial Hospital, where Ray mond and Reynolds Lee were placed in oxygen tents. When the mother went back to; the car to get the other child,; Robert Edward Mines, she found him dead on the seat. Police said carbon monoxide fumes from t£e exhaust had seeped into the car. Raymond and Reynolds' Lee were reported in good condition today. Annie Peyton Lucked Dies in Alexandria Miss Annie Peyton Luckett, 72, sister of R. Samuel Luckett, Alex andria City Councilman, died yes terday in Alexandria Hospital after a brief illness. A native of Alexandria, Miss Luckett was the daughter of the late James T. and Lucy Peyton Luckett. She was a clerk with the Southern Railway System for 47 years in Alexandria and Atlanta, Ga., before her retirement in 1946. She was a member of the Wash ington Street Methodist Church. She lived at 112 South Patrick street. In addition to the councilman, she is survived by two other broth ers, William H. Luckett of 2901 Eighteenth street N.W. and Hay ward D. Luckett of Columbus, Ga., and two sisters, Mrs. Lucie L. Bargamin of the South Patrick street address and Mrs. Genevieve L. Billhimer of 9717 Connecticut avenue, Kensington, Md. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Demaine's funeral home, 600 South Wash ington street, Alexandria. Burial will be in Union Cemetery, Alex andria. Fred J. Sisson Dies; 4 Years in Congress By th« Associated Press Fred J. Sisson, 71, Washington lawyer and former Democratic member of Congress from New York, died here today. From 1932 to 1936 he repre sented the old 33d New York dis trict. He was active in the writ ing of the basic national housing law passed in those years. Re districting since then has changed the territories from which New York Representatives are elected. After he left Congress, Mr. Sisson served as an attorney in the Justice Department, and more recently practiced law privately. Born at Wells Bridge, N. Y., he was graduated from Hamilton College. Later he taught school in upstate New York and practiced law in Utica. The body will be sent to Utica. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. | Grace McCormick Sisson; two sons and two daughters. Rev. Jesse Anderson Rifes To Be Held Tuesday Funeral services for the Rev, Jesse H. Anderson, 66, assistant pastor of the First Baptist Church in Rosslyn, Va., will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the church. Burial will be in Lincoln Memorial j Cemetery. Mr. Anderson died Thursday in ! his home, 1207 Rhode Island avenue N.W., after a week’s ill ness. He had been in -declining health for more than a year. Born in Nelson County, Va., he had lived in Washington nearly 50 years. He joined the church in Rosslyn many years ago and was the last surviving member of its original deacon board. He was ordained at that church about 20 year's ago and had served as assistant pastor since. He was a member of the North Star Lodge, a church organiza tion. and formerly belonged to the Elks. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Anna J. Anderson: a brother,i Joseph Anderson of Philadelphia,! and a sister, Mrs. Rebecca Fruits,! of Rosslyn. Anson Marston, 85, Dean At Iowa State, Is Killed By the Associated Press TAMA, Iowa, Oct. 22.—Anson Marston, 85, of Ames, dean emeritus of engineering at Iowa: State College, was killed yesterday in an automobile accident 5 miles west of here on highway 30. Highway patrolmen said Mr. Marston was riding with his brother, W; S. Marston, 75, also of Ames. The driver told the pa trolmen he lost cpntrol of the car when the wheels - slipped off the pavemerft. f President Hopver in 1928 named Mr. Marston a member of the Inieroceanic Canal Commission to investigate the possibilities of a Nicaraguan canal or of enlarging the Panama Canal. He was a former president of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Surviving are his widow and two sons, Brjg. Gen. Morrill Mars ton, with the Army of Occupation In Austria, and Col. Anson Mars ton, jr., stationed in Washington, D. C. Dr. Emory Jewell Dies SHOSHONI, Wyo.. Oct. 22 (ff).— Dr. Emory Lee Jewell, 74, blind physician noted for research on Rocky Mountain spotted fever, died at his home yesterday after a long illness. At his bedside Was his daughter, Isabel Jewel, movie actress. A factory in Tipperary, Eire, is delivering 3,000.000 cans of stewed steak to Britain. A I Society and Clubs Dinner Parties Are Given By Peru and Egypt Envoys By Katharine M. Brooks The Peruvian Ambassador and Senora de Berckemeyer were hosts at dinner last evening enter taining in honor of former Senator and Mrs. Hiram Bing ham. Some weeks ago the Am bassador presented a number of medals awarded by his govern ment and one. El Sol de Peru, was for the former Senator. Unfor tunately Mr. Bingham was out of town at the time and this is the first opportunity the Ambassador and his wife have had to honor him. Brig, and Mrs. Machonchie and Miss Marie Louise Arnold of London, who are visiting the Am bassador and Senora de Brecke meyer, were among the guests last evening. Others included the United States Ambassador to the Organization of American States and Mrs. Paul C. Daniels, the Secretary General of the OAS and Senora de Lleras, the Director of Cultural Affairs of the OAS and Senora de Basadre, the chief of the Peruvian desk in the State Department and Mrs. James C. Lovenstine, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cafritz and the Counselor of the embassy and Senora de Aramburu. The Ambassador and Senora de Berckemeyer will be hosts this afternoon in honor of the Assist ant Secretary of State and Mrs. Informal Fetes Yesterday Mrs. Howard Mitchell, wife of the conductor of the National Sym phony Orchestra, was the guest in whose honor Mrs. Richard Burke, chairman of the newcomers com mittee for the Women’s Committee of the Orchestra, entertained at luncheon yesterday. The party was given at La Salle du Bois. Other informal parties were those at the Champagne Snd Or chids fete in the Mayflower lounge. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Red iker, just back from their honey moon, the latter having formerly been Princess Halim of Egypt, had guests with them. Mrs. Laurence Wood Robert jr., was hostess to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Glad stone Williams and others enter taining there were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. MacDonali, Mr. and Mrs. Durries Crane and Mrs. Helen Dern. Mrs. Walter Chamblin gave a small cocktail and bullet supper party at the Carlton' Hotel last evening before going to the Orchids and Champagne party at the May flower Hotel. MRS. HARTIG. —Hessler Photo. Miss Margaret Ann Metzger of Flint, Mich., and Mr. Ben Charles Hartig, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Hartig of this city, were married yesterday in the Holy Redeemer Church in Flint, the Rev. Louis P. Gauthier officiating. The re ception was held at the home of the bride’s sister, Mrs. Harold Frecoe. Kelitah Group Tea Mrs. I. Berenblum of Leeds, England, will be guest of honor at a tea to be given tomorrow by the Kelitah Group of the Busi ness and Professional Division of Hadassah at the home of Mrs. Fred Gichner, 3220 Highland place. Mrs. Berenblum’s husband will join the staff of the Weitzman In stitute in Israel as a specialist in cancer research in the near fu ture. Novaes Concert The Ambassador of Brazil, Senhor Mauricio Nabuco, will be among the box ‘ holders at the concert of the Brazilian pianist, Mme. Guiomar Novaes, to be given tomorrow at Constitution Hall. The concert is being presented under the sponsorship of the alumnae and faculty of the Hol ton-Arms School-and Junior Col lege. spo/cs steep mteeue, 1 Relieve stuffy head this easy way. Pat a few Vicks Va-tro-nol Nose Drops In each nostril. Z Va-tro-nol brings relief in seconds... makes breathing easier... invites restful sleep. Try it! — VICKS W A VATRO NOL Wjf ' NOSI DROPS ^ ■ r, Edward G. Miller, jr„ who shortly will leave for a trip in South America, Peru being one of the countries they will visit. Invited this afternoon are heads of Latin American diplomatic missions, and officials of the OAS, the In ternational Bank and the State Department. The Egyptian Ambassador and Mme. Abdul Rahim are back for two days from New York where the former is a delegate to the United Nations. They will return there tomorrow. This evening they will be hosts at dinner en tertaining a small group of guests. Yesterday they gave a cocktail party having about 150 in the company. Senora de Guzman-Cruchaga, wife of the Counselor of the Chilean Embassy, was hostess at luncheon yesterday entertaining in her home on Western avenue. Her guests included Senora de Zuletan Angel, wife of the new Colombian Ambassador; Senora de Lleras, wife of the Secretary General of the OAS; Senora de Rodriguez, wife of the Chilean Charge d'Affaires; Senora de Carnevali, wife of the former Venezuelan Ambassador; Senora Rosa de Tapia-Cavalero, mother of the hostess, and Senorita Magdalena Santa Cruz. i MRS. CANN. —Glogau Photo. : In the First Baptist Church in: Hyattsville, Miss Carol Anita Eaton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Carl Eaton of Hyattsville, be came the bride last evening of Mr. William Lewis Cann, jr„ son of Mr. and Mrs. Cann of University Park, Md. The Rev. Henry Osgood officiated at the ceremony. U. N. Reception Set By Progress Club The Progress Club of College Park will sponsor a United Nations reception for foreign students at tending the University of Maryland from 4 to 7 p. m. tomorrow at the St. Andrew’s parish house in Col lege Park. Mrs. Karl P. Wirth, chairman of the club’s International Relations Committee, is in charge of ar rangements. Between 150 and 200 students are expected to be present. In the receiving line will be Miss Alma Preinkert, president of the Maryland State Federation of Women's Clubs: Mrs. Frank; Stephen, president of the Prince; Georges County Federation: Mrs. Jack Amatt, county federation! international relations chairmans and Mrs. George V. B. Schriver,j State international relations.chair man. Joseph Clunk, chief of services; for the blind of the Office of Vo cational Rehabilitation, Federal Security Agency, will be guest speaker at a workshop meeting of the Arts and Crafts Committee at 7:30 p. m. Monday in the parish hall. The meeting will feature aj demonstration of the various craft specialties of members in order to stimulate interest in the forming of craft classes. Mr. Clunk will bring an exhibit of articles he makes as a hobby. 'Pilgrimage' To Archives Planned With Mrs. Charles F. Brannaa in charge of program and arrange ments. plans are being completed for a "pilgrimage” Monday to the National Archives Building which will officially open an exhibit of documents relating to the United Nations. Between 350 and 400 invitations have been issued to the special showing which will take place be tween 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. After the "pilgrimage,” the U. N. ex hibit will be open to the public for several weeks in the Archives Exhibition Hall. The U. N. Day pregram was sug gested by Melvin D. Hildreth, chairman of the Citizens’ Commit tee for the U. N. Day observance in the District, who will be among those on hand to greet the guests. The Archivist of the United States and Mrs. Wayne C. Grover and Secretary of Agriculture Bran nan are others who will be pres ent. The official United States copy of the U. N. Charter and the 59 flags of the United Nations are included in the exhibit. Var ious documents leading up to the formation of the United Nations, such as the Dumbarton Oaks pro posal of October 7, 1944, will be on display and visitors also will see President Truman’s proclama tion of U. N. Day, October 24, 1949. As an added feature, there will be an exhibit of international agreements starting with the 1778 treaty of amity and commerce with France — the first treaty signed by the United States with a foreign country. Bringing this exhibit up to date will be an offi cial certified copy of the North Atlantic Treaty signed in Wash ington last April. Mrs. Brannan started working on last-minute details in connec tion with the exhibit on her return this week from Denver where she spent the pasf three weeks. While away she addressed a meeting of 2,000 Associated Country Women of the World in Colorado Springs and was honor guest in Denver at a tea given by the Jane Jefferson Democratic Club. En route to Washington, she picked up two keys to the city of New Orleans. One was given to her at a luncheon arranged by the - ladies of the International House and the other was sent to her by the Mayor from a meet ing attended by Secretary Bran nan. Mortar Board Unit Plans ’Career Night’ The Mortar Board Alumnae of Washington will hold a “career night” program at 8 p.m. Monday at the home of Miss Katherine Schindel, 1917 K street N.W. Judge Edith Cockrill of the Juvenile Court will be the honor guest, and the speaker will be Miss Margaret R. T. Carter, chief of the Division of Public Liaison of the State Department’s Office of Public Affairs. -> In the News Trinity College will have a tea dance from 3 to 6 o’clock this afternoon in the Continental Room of the Wardman Park Hotel. The tea is sponsored by the Trinity Times and the chair man is Miss Martha Stanton of Chicago. Exquisite Features: f 1. No Shrinkage. 2. Spot Removing in Your Presence. _Gl. 9777_ A One hundred thousand what? / ? has the answer! i See the astonishing announcement in The Sunday Star, October 23rd i _ Society Section _ \ ANTIQUES AUCTION SALE MURRAY GALLERIES, Inc. 3218 M Street N.W. Georgetown, Washington, D. C. Telephone, Adams 6476 Invites you to attend another pleasant auction sale within its galleries. Sale conducted by Eric B. Stanley, President of Murray Galleries, Inc. from the estate of FREDERIC SCHENCK, Esq. and ethers Comes a splendid orray of: Furniture, China, Lusters, Oriental Rugs, Jewelry, Oil Paintings and miscellaneous bric-a-brac. Sale commences promptly at 1 P.M., Monday, October 24, 1949. There shall be a pause from 3 to 3:30, ot which time delicious Wilkins Coffee shell be served.' The sole shall be concluded at 5 P.M. You are cordially invited to inspect the items included in this sale on Saturday, October 22. 1949, from 10 A.M. till 5 P.M. Sundoy, October 23, 1949, #om 12:30 A.M. till 8 P.M. You may phone us now for reservations.