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N1CKENS. WALDRA T. We wish to thank his co-workers at the State Depart ment, the ministers, our relatives. Jriends and nelahbors, clubs and Masonic Warren Lodge No. 8. F. A, A M.. lor their many acts of kindness, beautiful floral tributes, cards, telegrams and contributions at the passing of our loved one. WALDRA T. NICKEN6. on Saturday. November 19. 1949. WIFI, CHILDREN AND MOTHER. IratbB ARMSTEAD. MRS. FLORENCE. On Sunday. December 4. 1949, at 7:15 a.m.. Mrs. FLORENCE ARMSTEAD departed this life at her residence. 905 R st. n.w.. after a lingering illness which she bore with Christian faith. She leaves to mourn their loss four daughters. Mrs. Maths Ballard Mrs. Beula Banks. Mrs. Lara Coleman and Miss Iva Armstead: four sons. Bennie. Edgar, Floyd and HUdred Armstead: several grandchildren, three sis ters. three brothers, several cousins and a host of friends. Remains resting at Smith s Funeral Home. 1125 19th st. n.w., until Wednesday, December 7. 9:30 am. F’uneral services and Interment Caroline County. Va . at 1 p.m. Wednesday. De cember 7. 1949. 6 BARLOW. JACOB A. November 30. 1949 of 1002 22nd st. n.w.. husband of .Victoria Barlow, father of Mrs Malcolm Kennedy. Mrs. Andrew McLeod. Thomas H.. James Leslie and David T. Barlow. Services at Chambers’ Funeral Home. 3072 M st. n.w.. on Tuesday. December <i, at 10 am. Interment Washington National Cemetery. BECKETT. MART AGNES. On Mon day. December 5. 1949. at her residence. 824 4th st. n.e.. MARY AGNES BECKETT (nee Bresnahani. beloved wife of David H Beckett, stepmother of Mrs. Mary A. White. Margaret C. Clinton, Mrs Cath erine L. Stroup and Irene E. Upright, sister of Mrs. George Kraker. Mrs. L_ S. Sabin. Sister Maria of the Carmelite Con vent and Thomas Bresnahan Remains resting at the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home. 641 H st. n.e. Notice of funeral later. BLAKELT, CHARLES F. On Saturday. December 3. 1949. at Garfield Memorial Hospital, CHARLES F. BLAKELY of 601 19th st. n.w. Friends may call at Gaw ler's Chapel. 1756 Pa. ave. n.w . where services will ba held on Wednesday. De cember 7. at 1:15 p.m. Interment Arling ton National Cemetery. 6 BOTD. ROS1A. On Saturday. December 8. 1949, at Freedmrn's Hospital. ROSIA BOYD, wife of the late Samuel Boyd. She leaves to mourn their loss two sons and live daughters. Notice of funeral later. • CARLEY. JAMES A. On December 4. 1949. of 2236 39th pi. n.w., husband of Mary C. Cerley, brother of Mrs. Joseph Fisher. William T.. Michael and A. D. Carley. Prayers at Chambers' Funeral Home, 3072 M at. n.w.. on Wednesday, December 7. at 8:30 a.m. Mass at Holy Trinity Catholic Cmirch. 36th and O sts. n.w.. at 9 am. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 6 CARTER. REBECCA MITCHELL. En tered into eternal rest Saturday. December 3. 1949. at her residence. 1226 C st. s.e.. REBECCA MITCHELL CARTER, beloved wife of Dennie Carter, devoted mother of Mrs. Beulah C. Chew and stepmother of Aloysius Carter. She also leaves to mourn her passing four devoted crano chlldren. Montina M. Chew. Shirley. Sonia and Aloysius Carter, jr. She also Is survived by one brother. Gilbert Mitchell, and a host of other relatives and many friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines & Co. Funeral Home. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w., until Tuesday. December 6. 3 p.m.; thence to her late residence. Fu neral Wednesday. December 7, 1 P-m.. from Ebeneier M. E. Church, 4th and D sts. s.e.. tha Rev. J. H. Peters officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial -Cemetery. 6 CARTER. REBECCA M. Forest Temple, No. 9. I. B. P. O. E. of W.. Is hereby notified to meet in a ses-; sion of sorrow Monday. December 5. 1949. at 8:30 p.m.. to arrange for the funeral of Daughter REBECCA M. CARTER, to be swv- held Wednesday. December 7, at 1 p.m.. at Ebeneier A. M. E. Zion Church, 4th and D sts. s.e. _ _ ROSA I. HARRIS, D. R. BEATRICE WEST, F. S. CHAMBERLAIN, SALLY J. On Monday. December 5. 1949. at Walter Reed General Hospital. SALLY J. CHAMBERLAIN, daughter of Mrs. E. A. Darlington. of 8227 Reservoir rd. n.w. Notice of services later. CLAYTON, GOVERNOR LAWRENCE. Suddenly on Sunday. December 4. 1949. at his residence. GOVERNOR LAWRENCE CLAYTON of 11126 16th st. n.w., belovea husband of Ruth M. Clayton and father of Miss Barbara Ruth Clayton, Mrs Wal ter G. Schwend and Lawrence Clayton, ir. Remains resting at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w. Funeral services at Church of Jesus Christ of the Later Day Samis. 2810 16th st. n.w.. on Tuesday. December 6. at 10 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. COOPER. WENDELL A. On Sunday. December 4, 1949. at Sibley Hospital, WENDELL A. COOPER of 8J 5 Eakt Capitol st.. the beloved husband of Carrie U. Cooper and father of William A.. Wendell E. and Raymond C. Cooper and Mrs Gladys Sager Green. Friends may call •t the Lee Funeral Home. 4th at. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where services will be held on Wednesday, December 7, at 8 t>.m. Interment private. < CRAWLEY, ROSELYN VASHTI. En tered into eternal rest on Monday, De cember 5, 1949, ROSELYN VASHTT CRAWLEY of 525 21st st. n.e., beloved wile of Mr. Morris Crawley, devoted daughter of Vincent Rawlings and the late Ida Rawlings. She also is survived by one brother. Mr. Junious Rawlings, one uncle, Walter James: other relatives and a host of friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines k Co. Funeral Home, 3rd and I sts. s.w. Notice of fu neral later. DIXON. ROBERT CORNELIUS. On Friday, December 2, 1949. at United States Naval Hospital, Bethesda. Md. ROBERT CORNELIUS DIXON, of 1611 6th st. n.w. He leaves a wife, Mrs. Lillian Dixon. o*e daughter. Inez Dixon, two nieces. Pauline Proctor and Mary Thompson, three nephews, Arthur Thomp son and Osborne and Richard Dixon. Also surviving are a host of other rela tives and friends After 3 p.m.. Monday. December 6. friends may call at Frssiers Funeral Home, 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w., where funeral services will be held on Tuesday. December 6. at 12 noon. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. DECK. CHARLES HERBERT. On Sun day. December 4- 1940. at Newport News Hospital. CHARLES HERBERT DUCK, age 70 years, ol Isle of Wight County. Va.. beloved husband of Sadie Deck. brother of Mrs. C. J. Spivey, Mrs. E. C. Allen. Henry. Crawley and Claud Duck of New port News. Va. Funeral services at New port News. Va.. on Tuesday, December 6. at 2 P.m. Interment Central Hill Ceme tery. Isle of Wight County. Va. ELLIOTT. AMELIA ALBERTA. On Sat urday. December 3, 1949. at her home. 101 West Grant are.. Takoma Park. Md.. AMELIA ALBERTA ELLIOTT (nee Del Tufo). beloved mother of Mrs. Jerre Ness. Mrs. Elliott rests at the Warner E. Pumphrey Puneral Home. 8434 Ga. ave.. Silver Spring. Md.. where prayers will be said on Tuesday, at 10:15 a.m.. thence to Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church. 320 Ethan Allen ave., Takoma Park. Md., where mass will be offered at 10:30 a.m. ior the repose of her soul. Interment lount Olivet Cemetery. » ELSE?. ALIDA M. On Sunday. Decem ber 4, 1949, at her residence. 212 Wes mond dr.. Alexandria, Va., ALIDA M. ELSEY, daughter of William B. Elsey of Llneville, Iowa, and sister of Mrs. Opal W. Oordy. Mrs. Stella E. Mercer, Mrs. Twlla C. Rasmussen. Lester D. Elsey, Liftis E. Elsey and Raymond I. Elsey. Funeral servies on Monday, December 6, at 3 p.m., at the Wheatley Puneral Home. Alexandria. Va. Interment Clio. Iowa. EVANS, ROBERT H. On Saturday. De cember 3. 1949. at his residence. 9oll East Stanhope rd.. Rock Creek Hills. Ken sington, Md.. ROBERT H. EVANS, husband of May Wood Evans, father of M. Kendall Evans and Naomi Evans Smith and brok er of Mrs. William E. Wickens of Narberth. Pa., and Morgan H. Evans of Baltimore, Md. Friends may call at Gawler s Chapel. 1758 Pa. ave. n.w.. where services will be held on Tuesday. December 8, at 11 a.m. Interment Loudon Park Cemetery. Balti more. Md. 6 GRAHAM. MRS. ELVIRA. Departed this life Sunday, December 4. 1949. at 1:45 a.m.. at her residence. 1430 5th st. n.w.. Mrs. ELVIRA GRAHAM. She was the beloved mother of Arthur and Lawrence Graham. Mrs. Sarah G. Scott and the late Ravenell Graham. She also leaves to mourn their loss many relatives and friends. Puneral will be held at the First Baptist Church. 27th and Dumbarton ave. n.w. the Rev. T. Ewell Hopkins, minister, at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, December 7. Remains can be viewed after 10 a.m. Tues day, December 6, at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Home. 1432 You st. n.w. Inter ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 8 FUNERAL DIRECTORS. FRANK GEIER'S SON'S CO. 3605 14th ST. N.W. TUCKERMAN 2326 NEW ENLARGED PARLORS Formerly >t 1118 7th. St N.W is isttbllshed 18»l V. L SPEARE CO. Neither soeeessor to nor connected "With theorlklrsJ W R.0pearp establishment 1009 H St. N.W. J. William Lee’s Sons Co. Phone National 3883 ** ““ fcnbral’ imkectoh*1' Crematorium FUNERAL DESIGNS. " GEO. C. SHAFFER, INC. Bxpresslve Floral Tributes *<*«»<* prices Open dsllr. sun- holidays. phone nwH ilSo accepted, 0:30 to 0 o.m week nixbta. POP 14 th 6t- N.WHA. 0180 GUDE BROS. CO. ladiTtdnsilr Deslmed Wreaths a”d Sprays Chsrre Accounts Opened ky phono 1218 T St. N.W.—NAtlanal 4370 r a*, n.ws-nnssw—. - CHACONAS FLOWERS . mama* BtS'i iVl SR M mm A mm C0M 14th St. N.W ***** «>« 7181 CEMETERY LOTS. it GRAVE SITES. In Wash. Net. Cem„ ® haa a_A 01 H O Ualii* Ktton D. lot 209-A end 210-B. Value. OOP Sell lor S360 cash. AX 6104.—8 r~ koBT LINCOLN—5 lots, Holy Trinity Nation. Call UN. 0318. CEDAR HILL CBMETEBT—Lot 47, P0C. 10, si tea 10, 11. 12; barsaln. BM. 1020. Dr. Charles Moulton Dies; Atomic Energy Expert •y the Asiocio'ed Prut CHICAGO, Dec. 5.—Dr. Charles Robert Moulton. 65. assistant di rector of the Patent Division of the Argonne National Laboratory since 1946 and former University of Missouri professor, died of a cerebral hemorrhage yesterday. He is survived by his widow | Uciith ana two daughters. Mrs. Ruth Gilbert of New York City and Mrs. Marjorie Fairchild of Ontario, Calif. Sfatii* HAMILTON. ALEXANDER. Suddenly on Friday. December 2. 1049. ALEXANDER HAMILTON, beloved husband of Pauline Welsh Hamilton and father of John Rich ard, Mary Bernadette and Alexander Paul Hamilton; son of Mrs. Mary and the late John Hamilton and brother of Mrs. Cath erine Eidson. Jeannie Hamilton and Mrs. Mary Saffell. Funeral services at the SafTell Funeral Home, 475 H st. n.w.. on Tuesday. December 6 at 10 a.m. Inter ment Glenwood Cemetery. 8 HENDERSON, CHARLES MARTIN. On Saturday, about 3 p m.. December 3. 1949, at Baltimore. Md.. CHARLES MARTIN HENDIRSON. beloved husband of Es telle Stirling Henderson, brother of Mrs. James Maxwell Durant, uncle of Caroline and JacQuellne Durant. Remains resting at Mount Calvary Church. Baltimore, Md. Services Tuesday. December 6. at 11 a.m.. at Mount Calvary Church. HERBERT. ARTHUR. Sunday. December 4, 1949, at his residence. •1724 Minnesota ate. s.e.. ARTHUR HERBERT, beloved hus j band of Eva R. Herbert and brother of 1 Mrs. Katherine Tibbetts of Washington. ! D. c.. and Charles and Harry Herbert of Frederick. Md Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. re., where services will be held on Wednesday. December 7. at 1:30 p.m. In terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 6 HICKMAN. JAMES H. St. Thomas Com mandery No. 218, Knights of 8t. John, announces the death of JAMES H. HICK MAN. Ritual ceremonies at Washington s Funeral Home. 4925 Deane avenue n.e., tomorrow evening. Tuesday. December 6. 1949. at 8:15 o'clock. All who possibly can attend will please do so. MAJ. EDGAR L KENNEY, Pres. MELVIN L. WILLIAMS. Sec'y. HICKMAN. JAMES. The Holy Name Society of ihe Church of the Incarnation will hold services at the Henry S. Washington Funeral Home. 4925 Dean ave. n.e.. on Tuesday, December <1. 1949. at 9 p.m.. for our late brother. JAMES HICKMAN. All Holy Name men reoucsted to attend. RICHARD HENSON, President. PAUL BUTLER. Secretary. HUNT. MARY E. On Saturday. Decem ber 3. 1049. MARY E. HUNT, beloved wife of the late Arthur C. Hunt, mother of Mrs. Marjorie Hatton and Mrs. Elolae Wayne Funeral services will be held at the Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w.. Tuesday. December 6. at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. HYDE. CHARLES L. On December 4, 1949. of 943 Bonifant st.. Stiver Spring. Md.. husband of Martha E. Hyde, father of Ronald Hyde, stepfather of Mrs. John Schrider and Ted Davis, brother of Mrs. Walter Betz and Harold Hyde, son of Herbert Hyde. Services at Chambers Fu neral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. Wednes day. December 7, at 10 a.m. Interment Arlington National. o HYDE. CHARLES. This is to notify officers and members of Co lumbia Lodge 126. Loyal Or der of the Moose, of the death of Brother CHARLES HYDE. Moose funeral serv ices at 8:30 p.m. Monday, December 5. 1949. at Cham bers' Funeral Home, 1400 Chapin st. n.w. H. T. FARRAR. Sr., Gov. GERALD J. GODBOUT. Sec. JAMESON. EDWARD LEE. Suddenly, on Monday. December 5, 1949. at his resi dence. 1132 Penn st. n.e.. EDWARD LEE JAMESON, beloved husband of Bertha Jameson and father of Leroy, Lewis H. and Mary Elizabeth Jameson. Funeral from the above residence on Wednesday. Decem ber 7. at 8:30 a.m. High requiem mass at Holy Name Church at 9 a.m. Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends are invited. o LACOVARO. JAMES. On Saturday, December 3. 1949. at the Bethesda Naval Hospital. JAMES LACOVARO. beloved hus band of Carmela Lacovaro. and father of John Lacovaro. and Mrs. Mary Flemming. Funeral from the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home. 641 H st. n.e.. on Tueaday, Decem ber 6 at 8:30 a.m. High requiem mass at St. Aloysius Church at 9 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 5 LAYNE, PORTER C. December 4. 1949, at Mount Alto Hospital,, husband of Flor ence B. Layne. father of Mrs. David H. Plank. Miss Phyllis Layne. Portia Layne and Porter C. Layne, )r.: son of Mrs. Pearl A. Layne. Cynthlana. Ohio. Serv ices and interment private. Services by Chambers. MeAULIFFE. PATRICK J. On Saturday. December 3. 1949. at Providence Hospital. PATRICK JOSEPH MeAULIFFE. beloved husband of Delia McAuliffe (nee Olynn), father of Patrick Francis McAuliffe. broth er of Mrs. Michael J. Fleming. Mrs Wil liam Moore and John F. McAuliffe. Fu neral from the residence of his sister. 4717 Bth st. n.w. on Tuesday. December 6. at 8:39 a.m. High requiem mats at St. Gabriel's Church at 9 a.m. Interment Mount Oltvet Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. MEIRING. EDITH M. On Saturday. December 3. 1949. at Washington Sani tarium. EDITH M. MEIRING. of 2958 Northampton st. n.w.. beloved wife of W. P. Meirlng. mother of Mrs. Mary Ellen Gil lette. Services at the S. H. Hines Co., funeral home. 2901 14th at. n.w.. on Tuesday. December 6 at 11 a.m. Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 5 PETERSEN. SERGT. 1 /« MAURICE A. Suddenly, on Thursday. Decem ber 1. 1949. at Atlantt. Ga„ SERGT. 1 /c MAURICE A. PETERSEN of 2812 Lyndell St., Silver Sprint. Md., beloved hus band of Ruth R. Petersen and son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Petersen. Serat. Petersen rests at the Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home. 8434 Oa. ave.. Silver Spring. Md. Services on Tuesday. December 6, at 10 a.m. at Port Myer Chapel. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 6 REIDY, MICHAEL DAVID. On Friday. December 2. 1949, at the home of his son, 718 Richmond ave.. Silver Spring, Md., MICHAEL DAVID REIDY. beloved husband cf the late Nellie T. Reldy (nee Enright) and father of Michael J. and William D. Reldy. Mr. Reldy rests at the above residence until Monday. Decem ber S at 9:15 a.m. Thence to St. Dominies Church, 8th and E ats. s.w., where solemn high requiem mass spill be offered at 10 a.m. for repose of his soul. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. o SANDIFER, SISTER MART RUTH. On Saturday. December 3. 1949, SISTER MART RUTH SANDIFER. R. S. M„ of Omaha. Nebr. Funeral from St. Cath erine's residence, 101 North Carolina ave. s.e., on Tuesday. December 6. at 9 a.m. Solemn high requiem mats will be oSered at the Shrine of the Immaculate Concep tion, Catholic University, at 10 a.m. In terment Omaha. Nebr. SHAPPIRIO. MART. On Monday. De cember 5. 1949. in New York. N. Y.. MART SHAPPIRIO. beloved mother of Mrs. Pauline Blackstone, Mrs. Sylvia Intrator and Sol Shapplrlo. She Is also survived by two sisters. Mrs. Simon Atlas and Mrs. Dorothy Saul of Atlanta. Oa.: one brother, Harris Saul of Atlanta. Ga. Funeral services at the Bernard Danzan sky ds Son Funeral Home, 3501 14th at. n.w„ on Tuesday. December 6. at 2 p.m. Interment Adas Israel Cemetery. 8 SIMMS. ROSETTA. Suddenly departed this life on Friday. December 2, 1949, ROSETTA SIMMS of St. Elizabeths Hos pital. She leaves to mourn their loss two sisters, Mrs. Bessie Sullivan. Mrs. Helen Washington: two brothers. William Simms, Charles Simms; a devoted aunt, Mrs. Clara Carter, and a host of devoted rela tives and friends. Remains resting at George A. Better * Son Funeral Home, 1203 Walter pi. s.e. Body may be seen at 6 p.m. Monday, December 5. Funeral from St. Cyprian Church, 14th and C sts. s.e.. at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. SMITH. ALLEN. Departed this life on Sunder. December 4. 1940, at Freedmen’s Hospital, ALLEN 8MITH. devoted son of| Mrs. Pearl Smith. Also surviving are other relatives and a host of friends. Re mains resting at the John T. Rhlnes Co. Funeral Home, 3rd and I sts. s.w. Notice of funeral later. THOMPSON. ELISHA. On Friday. De cember 2. 1949, ELISHA THOMPSON Of 48 H st. n.e.. husband of Annie Thompson, stepfather of Bernard Ellerby. son of Har riett Pounds, brother of Henry and Lizzie Shipper. James Overby and Evelyn Colds. Friends may call at the Malvan * Schey Funeral Home. 424 R at. n.w., after 4 p.m. Monday, where funeral services will be held Tuesday. December 6, at 1 p.m. * WASHINGTON. ALICE. On Friday. n noaaiii u * vni raaeiv-. December 2. 1949. at her residence, 2507 M st. n.w., ALICE WASHINGTON, daugh ter of the late Mrs. Bailie Walker, slater of Mrs. Eugenia Brown, aunt of James H. Brown. Bhe also leaves a host of other relatives and friends. Services at Stewart Funeral Home, 30 H st. n.e.. Tuesday. December 6 at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. o WHALEN. WALTER EDWARD. On Sun day. December 4, 1949. at Mount Alto Hospital. WALTER EDWARD WHALEN of 113 Rhode Island ave. n.w., beloved hus band of Ethel Casey Whalen, father of Walter E. Whalen, jr.: Mrs Virgin s By nacker. Shirley M. and Linda D. Whalen, all of this city and Mrs. Joan Hodgkmson Orton of Fort Riley. Kans.; brother of John and James Whalen of Lons Island. N. T. Services at the S. H. Hines & Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., _on Wednesday. December 7. at 12 noon, in terment Arlington National Cemetery. 0 WILSON, GEORGE BARRT, REAR AD MIRAL (Bet., U. S. Navy). On December 4, 3 949, of 3133 Connecticut ave. n^., husband of Anna T Wilson and father of George Barry Wilson, jr.; Ruth Whit field Wilson. Mrs. Herbert Marks and Mrs. Desmond McTlghe. brother of Mrs John W. Oast, jr.; Mrs. Robert S. Johnston Mrs.^Hunter'Brown and~Mrs. Emily L— Services at Fort Myer Chapel Wednesday Kl VsVHB HaV s Utv gis/vs vuws.v> - - »•—» ^.\L*^tl«^«S,r,.In W. % Chambers* _ • Lawrence Clayton, Member of Federal Reserve Board, Dies Lawrence Clayton, a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Board and active in the banking field since 1920, died yesterday at his home, 1026 Sixteenth street N.W., of a heart condition. He was 58. Asociates said he played golf Saturday at Burning Tree Coun try Club in a foursome which in cluded form Reserve Board Chair ■ man Marriner S. Eccles, to whom | Mr. Clayton was once assistant, and Wilmer J. Waller, president ' of the Hamilton National Bank. He gave no indication of his ill iness at that time, friends said. 'He died at 3 a.m. Mr. Clayton was assistant to I Mr. Eccles from December, 1934, I until he resigned in January, 1945, I to become president of the Clay LAWRENCE CLAYTON. —A.P. Photo. ton Securities Corp. in Boston, a firm owned by his brother, C. C. Clayton. His nomination to the Board of Governors in February. 1947, filled the seventh member ship on the board for the first time in 10 years. The term was to expire February 1, 1952. Major in World War I. A native of Salt Lake City, Utah, Mr. Clayton made his permanent home in North Scituate, Mass. During World War I he served as a major in the Army, partici pating in three campaigns in France. He was promoted to colonel on inactive duty in 1939. A graduate of Stanford Uni versity and Harvard Law School, Mr. Clayton started out as mana ger of the Clayton Investment Co. in 1920 in Salt Lake City. The company was headed by his father, the late Nephi W. Clayton.! He later became an assistant cashier with the First National Bank in Ogden, Utah. From 1924 to 1934 he rose to vice president of the bank, a post he held until he became assistant to the chairman of the Federal Reserve Board. Director of Latex Corp. Mr. Clayton was a director of the General Latex Corp. He be longed to Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Sigma Chi fraternities. He is survived by his widow. Mrs. Ruth Dunn Clayton; two daughters. Miss Barbara Clayton of the Sixteenth street address and Mrs. W. Armand G. Schwend, now in Heidelberg, Germany, and a son, Lawrence Clayton, jr., Cava lier Apartments, 3500 Fourteenth street N.W. Besides C. C. Clayton, he is also survived by two other brothers. R. M. Clayton of Salt Lake City and Irvin Clayton of Los Angeles. Funeral services will be held at 10 am. tomorrow in the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints, 2810 Sixteenth street N.W. Burial will be in Arlington Cemetery. in UUmcriam CHACONAS. NICHOLAS T. In sad but lovinr memory ol our dear husband and father, NICHOLAS T. CHACONAS. who passed away three years ago today, De cember 6, 19*6. Our Ups cannot tell how much we miss you. Our hearts could never tell us what to say, Ood alone knows bow much we miss you • In a home that is lonesome today. YOUR LOVING WIFE, LUCY, AND DE VOTED DAUGHTER. KAYE. ■ARBIS, SAMUEL. In loving memory of our husband, father and brother, SAMUEL HARRIS, who departed this life two years ago today, December 6. 19*7. There are griefs that cannot find comfort And wounds that cannot be healed. There are sorrows so deep In the human heart That cannot be half revealed. HIS DEVOTED WIPE. VIOLA HARRIS; SONS. WILLIAM AND. SAMUEL, JR.: BROTHER. STEPHEN 1URRI6. JACKSON. AGNES. Sacred to the mem ory of my mother, AGNES JACKSON, who departed this life four years ago today. December 5, 19*6. Loved la life, remembered In death. HER DAUGHTER. CLARA. * JERNIGAN. WALTER C. In sad mem ory of our dear son and father. WALTER C. JERNIGAN. who left us one year ago today, December 6, 19*8. Before our eyea you faded. Growing weaker every day. Patiently bearing your suffering Until God took you away. LOVING MOTHER AND SON. LILLIAN AND WALTER. JR. MONTGOMERY. IDA NELSON. In sad but levin: remembrance of our dear sister and daughter. IDA NELSON MONTGOM ERY. who departed this life two years ago today, December 6. 1947. Sweet to remember her who once was here And who. though absent,' Is Just as dear. And while the lies in neaceful sleep Her memory we shaU forever keep. WILBUR NELSON, SR.; MARY STEW ART. * RUTHERFORD. JOSEPH E. In loving memory of my devoted friend, JOSEPH E. RUTHERFORD, who passed away one year ago today, December 6. 19*8. Beautiful memories are all I have left Of the one I loved and never will forget. DEVOTED FRIEND, ETHEL R. HALL. • STROTHERS. DORA. In sad but loving remembrance of my grandmother. DORA STROTHERS, who departed this life one year ago today, December 5, 19*8. The weight of your burden No one knew but God, So He took you home— The rough road never more to trod. ER LOVING GRANDDAUGHTER. FRAN KER __ CES LWYMAN. WEST. MABEL BROWN. In loving re membrance of our wife, mother and grand mother, MABEL BROWN WEST. Who de parted this life eight years ago today, December 6. 19*1. Since you have gone first and we remain. One thing we would have you do. Walk slowly down the street of gold, For some day we will follow you. We want to know each step you took. That we may walk the same. For some day down that lonely road You will hear us call your name. A LOVING HUSBAND, CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN. * WHITLOW, MRS. MARGARET JOSE PHINE. In loving memory of my dear mother. Mrs. MARGARET JOSEPHINE WHITLOW, who entered Into rest four teen years ago today, Thursday, December o, 1936. Loved and remembered always. HER DEVOTED DAUGHTER. LEONORA WEST FREEMAN WILLIAMS, ELIZA C.; GILMORE. ELLA M. In cherished memory of our beloved mother. ELIZA C. WILLIAMS, who died Seventeen years ago today, December 5. 193:1. and our sister. ELLA M. GILMORE, four yesrs ago December 11. 19*6. Life’a work well done. Life’s race well run. Life’a crown well won; THEIR IWraY° LONESOME LOVED ONES, RANBMAN WILLIAMB DAIgY BUL --JOHNSON AND PARA Sister Mary Ruth Sandifor, C. U. Faculty Member, Dies Funeral services for Sister Mary Ruth Sandifor, Religious Sisters of Mercy, Catholic University faculty member since 1940 who died Sat urday at Providence Hospital, w'ill 'be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow in ithe National Shrine of the Im ! maculate Conception. Msgr. Edward B. Jordan, vice I rector of the university, will offi ciate. Burial will be Thursday in Omaha. Nebr. The body will be at St. Cath erine’s residence of the Sisters of Mercy. 101 North Carolina avenue S.E.. until tomorrow morning. Sister Mary Ruth was born in Omaha in 1894 and was a convert to the Catholic faith in 1912. She attended Mount St. Mary Sem inary High School and Creighton University in Omaha. She re ceived her master’s degree from [Creighton in 1936. She served as 'dean of the College of St. Mary's at Omaha and was a member of the faculty of Creighton Uni versity. Sister Mary Ruth taught courses in psychology and re ligion at Catholic University since she joined the faculty in 194D. She had taught from nursery through university courses. She received her Ph.D. degree from Catholic University in 1943. Oklahoma Fire Survivors Get Money and Clothing By tht Associated Press NORMAN. Okla., Dec. 5.—Most of the survivors of the $500,000 University of Oklahoma men’s dormitory fire that burned three to death and injured 21 early Saturday were able to attend school as usual today. Thanks to the generosity of thousands, they are clothed again, have new books, are eating reg ularly and live in a brick dormi tory. The two-story wooden struc ture they occupied, a former Navy barracks, caught fire early Satur day and was razed within an hour and a half. The tragic news drew an immed iate response of cash donations and clothing. The Red Cross was giving a $150 clothing allotment to the 340 survivors. One Oklahoma City church con tributed $1,000. University agen cies arranged loans and credit for books and food. Survivors testifying at a hearing yesterday failed to indicate a cause of the blaze. A coroner's jury found no negligence by anyone in con nection with it. The 13 remaining hospitalized, including two in critical condition, were reported somewhat improved. Mrs. Amelia Elliott Dies; Retired VA Employe Mrs. Amelia Alberta Elliott, 45. a former employe of the Veterans’ Administration, died Saturday at her home, 101 West Grant ave nue. Takoma Park, McL. after a long illness. Mrs. Elliott had lived* all her life in the Washington area. She had been a clerk with the Vet erans’ Administration for seven years when she rfetired in 1946. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Ness of the Grant ave nue address, and three sisters, Mrs. George H. Smith, Silver Spring, and Mrs. Michael Sesso and Mrs. Alec Barnard, both of Washington, and two brothers, Joseph Del Tufo and Edward Del Tufo, also of Washington. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow in Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church, Ethan Allen and Jackson avenues, Ta koma Park. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Frederick Wensley Dies; Headed Scotland Yard By the Associated Press LONDON, Dec. 5.—Frederick | Wensley, 84. former chief con stable of Scotland Yard who solved many of Britain’s most famous murder cases, died yesterday. Mi'. Wensley retired in 1929 after 42 years’ police service. He was the last of the yard’s "Big Five” who specialized in murder cases. Associates said Mr. Wensley had received many offers to assist United States police in dealing with gangsters. He was recalled from retirement in 1934 at the request of the French government to help investigate the Stavisky scandal and the murder of a Judge who was investigating it. Deaths Reported (By the D. C. Bureau of Vital Statistic!.) Eva I. Downer. 86. 816 E st. n.e. Mary M. Carter, 78, Amhurst, Va. Bertie Wale, 71, 22fi 1st st. a.e. Leroy Birch. 67, 3032 R st. n.w. George L. Burch. 63, 926 G pi. n.w. Edith Platt, 59, 2701 Minn. ave. s.e. Blanche B. Dodge, 58, 4401 N. H. ave. n.w. Maude Coupe. 54. 319 Quackenbos st. n.w. Kyle B. Kctper, 54. 1501 Otis st. n.e. Verna P. Sisco. 62, 523 Valley ave. s.e. William C. Maupln, 48, 4334 Livingston rd. s.e. Henry A. Hammond, 20. 2100 19th st. n.w. Infant Friedman, 356 Hemlock ct. n.w. Rosa Boyd. 60. Vienna, Va. Ellas NewtWi, 60. 1913 13th st. n.w. Henry Cauole, 67, 1860 8th st. n.w. William Davis, 49. 421 L st. n.w. Dlller F. Orofl. 77, 3024 Tilden st. n.w. Charles Q. Zoeckler, 69, 1010 N. H. ave. n.w. Jake Barlow, 59. 1002 22nd st. n.w. Bernice Sullivan, 3424 Brown st. n.w. Thomas Williams, 61. Admiral G. B. Wilson Dies; Chief of Staff In European Theater Rear Admiral G. Barry Wilson, 57, retired, World War II chief of staff to ihe commander of Naval Forces in the European theater, died yesterday a t Bethesda Naval Hospital after a brief illness. Admiral Wil son, who was in the Navy nearly 30 years, also had been naval attache at the United States Embassy in London before he retired in 1946. He lived at 3133 Con necticut avenue N.W. A native of Norfolk, Admiral Wilson was graduated from the Naval Academy in 1914 and ad vanced through the grades to rear admiral in 1942. Admiral Wilson served on the U. S. S. Delaware with the British Grand Fleet . during the First World War and later with the Bureau of Aeronautics. Still later he was assigned to the Langley, First United States aircraft car rier. His other assignments included director of officer personnel here and commander of the U. S. S. Alabama before taking over his star duties in World War II. Admiral Wilson held the Legion of Merit for World War II service and the Croix de Guerre. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Anna T. Wilson; three daughters, Mrs. Desmond McTighe, Narberth, Pa.; Mrs. Herbert Marks, 509 Cameron street. Alexandria, and Miss Ruth Wilson of the Con necticut avenue address, and a son, Lt. George B. Wilson, jr., of Norfolk. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Fort Myer Chapel. Burial will be in Arling ton Cemetery. James A. Phillips, 76, Dies; Headed Conductors' Union! By the Associated Press CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa, Dec. 5.; —James A. Phillips, 76, president ermeritus of the Order of Railway Conductors, died in a hospital here last night. Mr. Phillips underwent a major operation last week. He served as president of thei Order of Railway Conductors from I 1934 to 1942. He was born in Clay I County, HI., September 10, 1876,1 and began his railroad career as a messenger boy for the Ohio-Mis- j sissippi Railroad in 1888. Mr. Phillips was a conductor on j the first train into Lawton, Okla., during the opening Oklahoma ter ritory to settlement. During World War II, Mr. Phil lips served the Government by making broadcasts to the under ground in France, Belgium and Holland. Max Factor's Widow Dies BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Dec. 5 UP).—Mrs. Jennie Factor, 63, widow of the Hollywood cosmetics maker, Max Factor, died Saturday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Freda Shore. A native of Poland, Mrs. Factor met and married Mr. Factor in St. Louis and came West with him in 1909. Other survivors include four sons and another daughter. Mr. Factor died in 1937. Soap Executives Dies ARLINGTON, Mass., Dec. 5 (/P). —Walter E. Lannefeld, 68, retired executive vice president of Lever Bros. Co., died yesterday at his home. A Chicago native, he was associated with N. K. Fairbank Co., Chicago, and the National Aniline a* Chemical Co., New York, before joining Lever Bros. He retired three years ago. Births Reported (By the D. C. Bureau of Vital Statistic*.) Phillip and Ruth Anderson, girl. Aaron and Miriam Byron. girl. Nicholas and Alexandra Chaconas, alrl. Aloysius and Mabel Corley, girl. Herbert and Esther Dixon, girl. Paul and Wild* Eaton, girl. Douglas and Margaret Hamilton, girl. John and Evelyn Kearney, girl. Stephen and Betty Labunskl, girl. Hubert and Mary Lowe, girl. Pittman and Olivia McPherson, girl. John and Daisy Morrone, girl. Bueford and Vera Painter, girl Charles and Karen Rogers, gill. William and Anita Sbeafler, girl. Earl and Magdalene Sizer, girl. Morgan and Dorothy Watson, girl. Walter and Valerie Bendler, girl. Neville and Annie Carter, girl. Robert and Grace Coleman, girl. / Frederick and Ruth Davidson, girl. George and Helen Duvall, girl. Robert and Abbie England, girl, jamea and Eleanor Hicks, girl. Emory and Helen Kreiter. girl. Arley and Betty Long. girl. Bernard and Marguerite Magtll. girl. Prank and Laura Mitchel . girl. Reginald and Katherine ODell. girl, James and Mary Rice, girl. James and Rita Rourlte. girl Charles and Ann Simpson, girl. Wilfred and Viola Sorrell, girl, James and Ardell Wise, girl. Richard and Ellen Evans, girl. Clarence and Estella Green, girl, William and Helen Patton, girl. Chan and Tom Sun Song. girl. George and Viola Taylor, girl. Robert and Margaret Young, girl. Gray. Herman and Evelyn, girl. , William and Edith. Hutchinson, girl. Alonzo and Inez Ray, girl. Charles and Dorothy Spriggs, girl. Sam and OUie Wright, girl. BRAKES Relined 4 Wheels Complete FINEST QUALITY LINING PONTIAC-6 |h ■ OLDSMOBILE-6 ^ 1 oe* c« PACKARD-110 AHm uw COMPETITIVE LININGS, $9.45 UP QUICK EFFICIENT I FREE BRAKE Service by Experts f ADJUSTMENTS * Duplicate Police Testing Machine ENERAL BRAKE SERVICE 903 N ST. N.W. Ml. 9303 Mother Mary Florisenda, Ex-Teacher Here, Dies Mother Mary Florisenda, pro vincial of the St. Anthony’s Province Sisters of St. Francis and former teacher at the Nativity School here, died Saturday at St. 'Francis Hospital. Trenton, N. J., lit was learned here today. She :was about 65. She was an eighth grade teach I er at the Nativity School. 6008 Georgia avenue N.W., from 1937 to 1943. Mother Mary also had taught in Baltimore and Garden ville, Md. She was provincial of the Southern Province, which in cludes Maryland, Delaware and the District, from 1943 until her transfer from Baltimore to Tren ton last August. St. Anthony’s Province includes New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massa chusetts and Rhode Island. Mother Mary was born Mary Egan in County Limerick, Ireland, and came to Bethlehem, Pa., with her parents at the age of 6. She served in the Order of St. Francis for 44 years. She is survived by three sisters, the Misses Nellie, Agnes and Mar garet Egan, all of Bethlehem, and a brother, Thomas Egan of Den-| ver, Colo. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at i Glen Riddle, Pa. Burial will be in! jGlen Riddle. Scheele Sees Hazard To Health From Slums Washington slums are especially hazardous to health because they have 25,000 outside toilets and hy drants affecting more than 100,000 people. Dr. Leonard A. Scheele, United States Surgeon General, said yesterday. He reported in a radio interview that “aside from these plumbing conditions slum areas are no worse in Washington than in other sim ilar cities.” The menace of slum conditions, he added, lies in a lower level of health, economic drain on the community and prev alence of juvenile delinquency. Dr. Scheele was interviewed by Gilbert Hahn, jr., and Carl L. Shipley, Washington attorneys, on the “Viewpoint'' forum pro gram broadcast by Station WQQW. He defined slum conditions as “those areas which show at least 50 per cent of the dwelling units to have at least one basic defic iency.” Such deflciences include severe deterioriaiton, overcrowd ing, insufficicient sleeping area, w'ater supply or sewage disposal facilities disapproved by the health department, no inside water sup ply and lack of other sanitary equipment. The Public Health Service, through the Bureau of Public Health Engineering, made 75.000 field inspections here last year and two-thirds of them dealt with housing problems. Dr. Scheele said. Clothing Manufacturer Dies LAWRENCE, N. Y„ Dec. 5 (4s). —David D. Doniger, 74, president of a sportswear manufacturing firm bearing his name, died yes terday. The firm is one of the largest manufacturers of men’s sportswear in the United States, with factories in five cities in New York and New Jersey and agencies in 54 countries.'The line is sold under the name of Mc Gregor sportswear. Dr. Jeffrey Brackett Dies; Former Welfare Official By tht Associated Press CHARLESTON, S. C.. Dec. 5.— Dr. Jeffrey Richardson Brackett, 89, former Baltimore and Massa chusetts State charities official, died last* night. 1 Funeral services will be held here tomorrow. Burial will be in I Quincy, Mass. Dr. Brackett was born October 20, 1860, at Quincy. He was at one time director of the School of i Social Work at Simmons College i in Boston and emeritus professor of social economy there. While at Johns Hopkins Univer sity as an instructor in philan thropic and social work, he was ; president of the Baltimore City | Department of Charities and Cor 1 rection. He was chairman of the Massa chusetts State Board of Charities from 1906 until 1919 and of the Massachusetts State Board of Public Welfare from 1919 until 1934. In 1904 he was elected pres ident of the National Conference of Social Work. PAC Asks Fight to Abolish Filibuster in Senate Ey th« Associated Press Jack Kroll, CIO Political Ac tion director, urged 585 State and local affiliates today to start fight ing for a list of Federal and State election and other reforms, in cluding abolition of the Senate filibuster. “We must work unceasingly to keep the processes of democracy uncluttered by senseless restric tions,” Mr. Kroll said in a letter to the CIO Political Action groups. Killing the Senate filibuster— which permits minorities to talk to death measures that may be favored by a majority—is on the Political Action Committee list. Mr. Kroll said the CIO-PAC has made both major parties con scious of the need to get voters registered and to the polls. But he said there is more work to be done. Mrs. Grace Foster Dies GREENWICH, Conn., Dec. 5 UP). —Mrs. Grace E. M. Foster, 78, of Greeawich, died Saturday night at Greenwich Hospital after a long illness. She was the widow of J. Herbert Foster, a rubber plantation owmer, w'hom she mar ried in Mexico. Mrs. Foster, a native of Southington, lived here for many years with her brother, Dr. Francis Trevelyan Miller, noted author and biographer of Gen. Douglas MacArthur. Funeral services will be held here today. Burial will be in the Garden of Memories, Tampa, Fla., where her husband is buried. Porter C. Layne Dies; Specialist on VA Board Porter C. Layne, 50. rating spe cialist on the Claims Board of the Veterans Administration in Columbus and Cincinnati, died yesterday at Mount Alto Hospital after four months’ illness. Mr. Layne was a veteran of World War I and served as a Red Cross field director in World War II. Surviving are his widow, three daughters, a son and his mother. Funeral and burial serv ices will be held in Louisa, Ky. Boy Warns Off Parents, Shoots Brother Dead By the Associated Press FORT WORTH, Tex.. Dec. 5 — A 14-year-old boy fatally shot his 18-year-old brother last night aft er a fight. The parents said they stood by terrified as the youth. Cabs Tatum, with a borrowed .32 ca'i ber rifle in his hands, warned them not to interfere. “I shot toward Raymond from the hip.” Cabe told a Fort Worth Star-Telegram reporter in the presence of Tarrant County offi cers. The slaying occurred in the front yard of the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Cabe Tatum, sr., about 5 miles south of Arlington, Tex. The parents told John McClean. assistant district attorney, that Cabe had come home bloody, say ing he and Raymond had had a fight. Cabe said he had borrowed the gun from a neighbor to go squirrel hunting. Actor's Mother Dies SALISBURY, N. C„ Dec. 5 UP). —Mrs. Walter Steele Blackmer, 77, mother of Sidney Blackmer, stage, screen and television actor, died here at her home Saturday night after a six-months’* illness. Funeral services will be conducted today from St. Luke's Episcopal Church. DAILEY’S FUNERAL HOME 4A()/ discount on all caskets. ® 27 ytars fin* service. 2025 R. I. Ave. N.E. 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