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_ TUESDAY, Mrs. Florida Neff, 90, Founder of Animal Rescue League, Dies Mr*. Florida Yulee Neff, 90, one of the founders of the Animal Rescue League here and the old est member of the Washington Humane Society, died yesterday to her suite in the Wardman Park Hotel. Her! daughter, Mrs. Barrington Moore, of Somerset, England, flew here from her home on October 38 to -be with her mother. A lifelong resident of Washing ton, Mrs. Neff was the daughter of the late Senator David L. Yulee of Florida, who was a member of Congress in the middle of the 19th century and one of the pioneer builders in Florida. Her husband, Dr. Wallace Neff, a well known surgeon here, died in 1924. Mrs. Neff was one of the charter members of the Animal Rescue League and helped found the Washington chapter in 1914. For many years she served on the league’s . board of directors, as well as on the board of the Wash ington Humane Society. A beauty in her youth, she had been prominent in society circles here. For a number of years Mrs. Neff owned a home at 1746 N street N.W. In addition to her daughter, she IS survived by a granddaughter, Mrs. Nigel Lovett, also of Eng land, and two great-grandchil dren. Funeral services wiH be held at 3 pm.'tomorrow in St. John’s Episcopal Church. Sixteenth and H streets N.W. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Civic Meeting Tonight The Tara-Leew*y Heights Civic Association will meet at 8 o’clock tonight in the Trinity Presbyter ian Church, -Sixteenth and North Inglewood Streets; Arlington. Births Reported (Prom U«e D.C. Buftau of Vital Statistic*) William and Leona MCKar, girt. *.'s aragfjg Marshall ahd Joaephlna Muaung nirt. Aloysius*and Ellen O'Connor, gwl. Alfred and Ruby Oddone^ gM. •. Set aid and Partrleia O Qradr. girl. Walter and Mary Pickett, girl. Richard and Mildred Poland, girl. Angelo and Audrey Pugllsi, girl. Joseph and Katherine Redding, girl. Loyd and Ruth Robert*, girl. Theodor* and Elisabeth Romero, girl. Butene and Jean Rotolone. gin. Daniel and Mattie Rouch. stri. Herman and Rita 8haw.giri. Eugene and Elisabeth Sheehan, girl. James and Sarah Sheeran. girl. COy and Eleanor Simmons, cm. Roman and June Stockllnski. girl. Franklin and Myra Stump, girl. Alexander and MerUynThompaontlri. William and Francis Thorwarth. gin. CSfTand Rose Tiller, girl. William and Mary Timmons, girl. Robert and Dorothy Totton. girl. Edward and Constanee Trtble. girl. Clayton and Nellie Troth«j. girl. /Samuel and Lorraine Tuttle, siri. Francis and Merva Underwood, girl. Earl and Wilma Wagner, girl. Sidney and Audrey Walker, girl. Robert and Joyce Wall. girl. Henry and Winnlfred Wiemann. girl. William and Anita Weiss, girl. John and oiorta Westborg, girl, llan and Margaret Whitehead, girl, d Beatrice _Wood. ttri. 'i ’och~and~"Yiofa Creek, boy, sul an* Alice Dorsey, boy. _ /1111am and Dorothy Duckworth, boy. Arthur and Carlie Faust, boy. Fred and Catherine Ferguson, boy. William and Ann Ford, boy. Clifton and Eva Frldie. boy. Victor and Allethla Furr. boy. Luther/ and Mary Gabriel, boy. Jessie Snd Ruth Glover, boy. Raymond and Mary Gorham, boy. William and Lou Grant, boy. John and Florence Green, boy. Francis snd Clsrs Greenfield, boy. Chsrlbg snd Carrie Hall. boy. Clarence snd Wilhelmlna Hamlin.- boy. Alien Snd Msrssret Hargrove. boy. Rsne snd Madeline Harfey. boy. Matthew and Lenora Harrison, boy. Charles snd Rossetta Hawkins, boy. Vodrey and Nannie Hendrix, boy. Francis and Rosetta Henry, boy. Silvester and Sarah hIicT boy. Mark snd Terinie./Holland, boy. . . , Jamas: snd IpU Hughes, boy snd girl (twifis). Clarence snd Mary Johnson, toy. Daniel and Beulah Johnson, boy. FOUNTAIN PENS SHEAFFER PARKER EVERSHARP WATERMAN IMPORTANT! The D. J. Hughes Pen Co. Is Washington’s only exclusive PEN STORE! 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