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BACKENHEIMER, WILIMIKA MINNIE
On Sunday, .April 2. I960, at her rest
dence. Hd) Oth st. n.e.. WILIMINIi
MINNIE BACKENHEIMER, wife of the lap
Henry Backenheimer. mother of Mrs. Bes
sle Mann of Washington. D. C . and Mrs
Irene Hook of Stockton. Calif. Friends ma:
cah at the Lee Funeral Home, 4th st. an<
Mass. ave. n.e., where services will bi
held on Thursday April 6, at 2:30 p.m
Interment Prospect Hill Cemetery. 5
BANKS. JOHN A. On Sunday. Aprl
2. 195u, at his residence. 1021 12th st
n.w.. Apt. 42, JOHN A BANKS, devotee
father of Lorraine A , Mary J. and Isaai
Banks. Also surviving are five grandcnil
dren. other relatives and many friends
After noon Wednesday friends are Invitee
to call at the McGuire Funeral Home. 18:<
Bth st. n.w. Services and interment a
Charlottesville. Va
BATTENFIELD. JOHN E. On Tuesday
April 4. 1950. JOHN E BATTENFIELD
beloved husband of the late Catherine R
Bat'enfleld. lather of William E Batten
field. Mrs. Irene M. Hayden and Mrs
Mabel E. Jackson. Friends may call a
his late residence. 1322 6 st. s.e.. when
services will be held on Friday, April 7
at 11 a m. Relatives and friends invited
Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 6
BAI R. FRANK JOSEPH. Suddenly, or
Monday. April .1, 1050. FRANK JOSEPI
BAUR of 1H4J New York ave. n.e.. belovet
father of Mrs. Ruth McCavett of Suitland
Md., Mrs. Frances Fox of Philadelphia
Pa., and Edw-ard Raymond Baur of Wash
ington. D. C. Also surviving are tw<
grandchildren and lour sisters. Servicei
at the S H. Hines Co. Funeral Home
2901 14th st. n.w.. on Thursday. Aprl
6. at 1 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Ceme
tery. 5
BAXTER. MARY J. Departed this Uf<
audaenly. Tuesday. April 4. 1950, at hei
residence. 78 Eye st. n.e.. MARY J. BAX
TER. aged 90 years. Remains resting al
the downtown chapel of St. Joseph 5 Fu
neral Home. 300 L st. n.w. Notice of iu
neral hereafter. *
BELLFIELD. EUGENE T. On April 1
1950. at Freedmen's Hospital, EUGENE T
BELLFIELD. loving husband of Esthei
Bellfield. son of Viola Jones. Friends may
call at the Chinn Funeral Home. 2005
South Seminary rd.. Arlington. Va.. be
tween 6 and 11 p.m. Wednesday, April 5
Services and interment at convenience of
family. •
BOWEN. IIENRY II. (ANDYl. On Tues
day. April 4. 1950. HENRY H. (ANDY>
BOWEN of 14 4th st. n.e., father oi Henry
A bowen. son of Mary C. Bowen, brother
01 William T.. George R., Edwin A.. Rav
and Johnny Eowen, and Mrs. Daisy Lock
aid. Services at the Chambers Funeral
Home, 517 11th st, s.e.. Friday. April 7,
a: ll:3o p.m. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery 6
BOWEN, andx. Officers ana memoers
of Fort Dupont Post. No. 49,
the American Legion, are re
quested to attend Legion serv
ices for our iate comrade.
ANDY BOWEN, at Chambers
Funeral Home, 517 11th st.
s.e., on Thursday. April 6.
1950. at 8 p m Bervices will be conducted
by the Fort Dupont Guard of Honor.
JOHN L. WRIGHT. Commander.
VERN HOSTBJOR, Adjutant, fi
BOWEN, ANDY. Officers and members
of the Fort Dupont Guard of
Honor, the American Legion,
are requested to attend services
for Comrade ANDY BOWEN,
at Chambers’ Funeral Home.
517 I 1th st. s.e., on Thurs
day. April fl. 1950, at 8 p.m.
JOHN LE FOE, Captain
WILLIAM J. STEWART, Adjutant fl
CAMPBELL. EMMA. Departed this life
on Wednesday. April 5. 1950, at Stoddard
Baptist Home. 324 Bryant st. n.w.. Mrs.
EMMA CAMPBELL, beloved grandmother
of Raymond Campbell. She also leaves a
niece, a daughter-in-law and other rela
tives and friends. Remains resting at
Ralph Barbour's Funeral Home. 48 K st.
n.e. Notice of funeral later.
CARGILL, EARL R. Suddenly, on Mon
day. April 2. 1950. at his residence. Indian
Head. Md.. FARL R. CARGILL, beloved
husband of Etta Sanders Cargill, father of
James Earl Cargill and Mrs. Mary
Gotschall. Funeral services on Friday.
April 7. at 10 a.m.. at the Huntt & Ryon
Funeral Home, Waldorf. Md. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 6
CLIFFORD. ROBERT O. On Tuesday,
April 4. 1950. at his residence. 1535 Mass,
ave. s.e. ROBERT O CLIFFORD, beloved
husband of Mary A. Clifford (nee Queen),
father of Robert S. Clifford, grandfather of
Miss Carole S. Clifford. Friends may call
at the Lee Funeral Home, 4th st. and
Mass. ave. n.e.. where services will be held
on Friday. April 7. at 2:30 p.m. Inter
ment Arlington National Cemetery. fl
CLIFFORD. ROBERT O. The comrades
*of Henry W. Lawton Camp. No.
4. U. S. W. V.. will assemble
at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th
st. and Mass. ave. n.e., on
Friday. April 7, 1950. at 2:30
p.m., to attend the funeral of
our late comrade. ROBERT O.
CLIFFORD. All comrades Invited. In
terment Arlington National Cemetery.
REGINALD B LOOKER. Commander.
R. D. HOLCOMB. Adjutant. 6
COOK. HALLIE W. On Monday. April
8 1950. at Sibley Hospital, HALLIE W.
COOK of fl732 Parkwood st.. Radiant Val
ley. Hyattsville, Md., beloved husband of
Nellie-L Cook, father of Faxon W. and
Harry L Cool:. Mrs. Clora Cook Crider
and Mrs Dorothy Cook Chisholm. Serv
ices at the S H. Hines Co. Funedal Home.
29(11 14th st n.w.. on Thursday, April fi.
a( 2 p.m. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. 5
CORNICK. WALTER. On Sunday.
April 2, 1950, WALTER CORNICK of
2230 N st. n.w.. brother of Mra. Minnie
Anderson and Miss Nettle Cornlck. Also
surviving are nine nieces, five nephews
and other relatives and friends. After 5
p m Wednesday, April 5, friends may call
*t the Dovle G. Brooks and Otis F. Allen
Funeral Home, 12th st. and Florida ave.
n.w.. where services will be held Thursday-,
April fi. at 1 p.m . Rev. A. W. Elmes of
ficiating. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
• 5
COTTON, ARTHUR HINDS. On April
8. 1950, in St. Petersburg. Fla., ARTHUR
HINDS COTTON, beloved husband of
Grace B. Cotton, father of Arthur E. Cot
ton and Mrs. George A. Baird of Wash
ington. D C. Remains to be forwarded
to National Burial Home. Memphis, Tenn.
Funeral services and interment in Mem
phis. Tenn.
CULLEN. ELEANOR. On Monday. April
8, 1950. at her residence, 500 Carroll
ave.. Takoma Park, Md . ELEANOR CUL
LEN. beloved mother of Mary L. Poore and
William J. Cullen, sister of Margaret Ann
Bee. Mrs. E. S. Drake and Teresa La
Montague. Notice of funeral later. Ar
rangements by the Takoma Funeral Home.
EARLE. WILLIAM H. On April 2. 1950.
ef (1928 Standish dr.. Radiant Valley, Md..
husband of Lillian C. Earle, father of
Warren N. Earle. Agnes E. Mayo. Remains
at Chambers' Funeral Home. 5801 Cleve
land a\e., Riverdale. Md. Services and
interment Rollinsford. N. H. fi
EMSWILER, ELIZABETH E. On Tues
day. April 4. 1950. at the Washington
Sanitarium. ELIZABETH E. EMSWILER of
Colesville. Md.. beloved wife of Edward E.
Emswiler. daughter of Mary E. and the
late Charles E. Lechlider. sister of Mrs.
Helen Hamilton, Edward W.. Clarence and
Elmer Lechlider. Remains resting at the
Bethesda-Chevy Chase Funeral Home of
Robert A. Pumphrey. Bethesda. Md. Serv
ices Thursday. April 6, at 2 p.m., at the
Colesville Methodist Church. Interment
church cemetery.
EXEDAS. DOROTHY. On Monday.
April 3. 1950, DOROTHY EXEDAS of 1318
Orren st. n e., wife of George Exedas.
mother of four children; also survived by
two brothers. Prayers at the Chambers
Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e., Thursday.
April fi. at 1:30 p.m. Services at St.
Sophia's Greek Orthodox Church. 8th and
L sts. n.w.. at 2 p.m. Interment Wash
ington National Cemetery.
FELT. ELIZABETH ANN. On Monday.
April 3. 1950. at the home of her son.
Edwin Henry Felt. Chicago. 111., ELIZA
BETH ANN FELT (nee Fla(her), wife of
the late George H. Felt. Jr.: sister of Ed
win Danby Fiather of Washington. D. C.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Thursday.
April (!, at 11:30 a.m. Interment private.
FINLEY. WAYNE P. Suddenly, on Mon
day. April 3. 1950, WAYNE P. FINLEY
of 2223 Prout st. s.e.. beloved son of Ar
thur R. and Ila M. Finley, brother of Mrs.
Carl Knowlton. Mrs. A. H. Franking and
Miss Cleave M. Finley. Funeral services
at the Simmons Bros. Funeral Home. 2007
Nichols ave. s.e.. on Thursday. April fl.
at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
FLACK. CHARLES. On Wednesday,
April 5, 1950, at Prince Georges Hospital.
Cheverly. Md . CHARLES FLACK of 411(1
Newton st., Colmar Manor. Md.. beloved
father of Elaine Crist, Lois Croup and
Clyde H. Flack. Remains resting at the
Gasch Funeral Home, Hyattsville. Md
Notice of funeral later.
FREAR. FRANK L. On Tuesday. April
4. 1950. at Gallinger Hospital. FRANK L.
FREAR of 1301 Mass. ave. n.w., devoted
friend of Mrs. Agnes E. Mahoney, brother
of Seth Frear of Framingham. Mass.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Friday
April 7. at 2 p.m. Interment Columbia
Gardens Cemetery. 6
GIANNINY, ROBERT LEE. On Tues
day. April 4. 1950. ROBERT LEE GIAN
NINY of 405 8th st. s.e.. father of Robert
Lee. Jr., and James Crown Gtanniny
Services at Chambers' Funeral Home. 517
11th st. s.e , Friday. April 7. at 2:30 p.m
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. fl
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GARRITY. IDA V. Or Tuesday, April
4, 1950. at her residence. 3419 Prospect
> ave. n.w.. IDA V GARRITY. beloved
: daughter of the late James and Johanna
Garrity. aunt of James Garrity of Hyatta
ville. Md.; cousin of Joseph N. Crowe and
Mary O Sullivan Services at the above
I residence on Thursday April 0, at 2 pm.
■ Interment Holy Rood Cemetery Memorial
requiem mass at 9:30 am Monday. April
10. at the Church of the Holy Trinity.
Relatives and friends invited.
GLASCOE, JAMES C. On Wednesday.
April 5. 1950. at his residence. 1*41 7th
st. n.w., JAMES C. GLASCOE son of the
late Pater C and Laura V Glascoe Sur
viving are two brothers. Leonard and Ray
mond Glascoe; a sister. Mrs. Laura
Wright: other relatives and many friends.
Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by
McGuire. Inc. 7
HOFFMAN, LYNN C. Suddenly, on
Wednesday. April 5. 1950. at her resi
dence. 4 West Howell ave Alexandria.
Va., LYNN C. HOFFMAN, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest E HoCLman and sister of
Dorothy J. HofTman. " Services at the
Demaine Funeral Home. Service* and in
terment private.
HOLSEY. WALTER E. On Monday.
April 3. 1950, at the Naval Hospital. Be
I thesda. Md.. WALTER E. HOLSEY of
j Gaithersburg, Md . beloved husband of
{Mrs. Betty Jane Holsey. son of the late
Granville Holsey and Mrs. Edna Bright,
brother of Herbert Eugene. Oliver. Willis.
Kelsey and Forester Holsey; Crammer
Brown. Mabel Stevenson and Florida Zlg
’er. He also leaves other relatives and
friends. Friends may call at the W.
Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church. 1432 You
st. n.w., after 11 a m. Thursday. April 6.
Funeral services Friday. April 7. at 12:30
p.m . at the above funeral church. Rev.
Stimley officiating. Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. 6
HOOD. EDGAR Departed this life Sun
day. ADril 2. 1950. after a lingering ill
ness. EDGAR HOOD. He leaves to mourn
{their loss a loving wife. Mrs. Mary Hood;
three sons, two daughters, six grandchil
dren. a foster mother. Mrs. Amanda
Wh^ller; two brothers, one aunt, three
nephews, one niece and a host of other
relatives and friends. Remains may be
viewed after 4 p.m. Wednesday at the
Better Funeral Home. 1203 Walter st s e.
where services will be held Thursday. April
0. at 1 p.m Interment Woodlawn Ceme
tery. •
HUNTER. ERNEST. Departed this life
suddenly, at his residence. 31* 50th
st. n.e., ERNEST HUNTER. beloved
husband of Catherine Hunter. H1' also
leaves to mourn their loss three chi’dren.
Paul. Finest, jr. and Repay Hunter two
brothers, two sisters and a host of other
relatives and friends. Remains m?v be
viewed at the downtown chaoel of St.
Joseph’s Funeral Home, 300 L st n.w.,
from * o m. Wednesday. April 5. to Thurs
day noon. Interment Southern Pines.
N. C. •
, HUTCHINS. ELMA. On Tuesday. April
■4. 1950. ELMA HUTCHINS of 1443 Chapin
st. n.w.. wife of the late John Hutchins.
Services at the S H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Thursday.
April 6 at 11 am Interment West
Laurel Hill. Philadelphia. Pa (Philadel
phia. Pa , papers Please copy.1 5
JONES, JOHN J. On Tuesday. April 4,
'bfiO. at Mount Alto Hospital. JOHN J.
JONES of 1900 Fort Myer dr.. Arlington.
Va . beloved husband of Mrs. Virginia
Jones. He also leaves three sisters, three
brothers, two stepchildren, other relatives
and friends. Notice of funeral later. Ar
rangements by W. Ernest Jarvis Co.
KARPELES. DR. S. R. On Monday.
April 3. 1950. at Garfield Hospital. Dr.
S R. KARPELES of 3549 16 th st. n.w..
beloved husband of the late Kate Karpeles.
tether ol Leo M. Karpeles of Seattle,
Wash.: Mrs. Della McKnew of Silver
Soring, Md.; brother of Maurice J
Karoeles of Providence. R I • Mrs Eva
Fuchholz of Springfield. Mass., and Mrs
Teresa Taus«ig of Providence. R, i. Serv
ice* at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home.
‘-00! 14th st. n.w. on Thursday. AdtII 6.
at 12 noon. Intermen' Arlington Na
tional Cemetery, (New York and Provi
dence. R I., papers please copy.) 5
LEE. ALLEN. On Sunday. April 2. 1950.
ALLEN LEE of 608 K st. n.w., husband of
Maw p, Lee. brnthe- of Mrs. Minnie
Duffy. Mrs. Li’lian McKenzie and John
Henry Lee. Friends ma* call at the
Carver Memorial Funeral Home. 20-31 H
st n.w., where funeral services will be
held on Wednesday. April 5. at 1:30 p m.
Interment Payne's Cemetery. •
LYLES. HENRY DOMONIC. On Wed
nesday, April 5, 1950, at his residence.
- 327 p, ,st n-w„ HENRY DOMONIC
LYLES, beloved husband of Dorothy Eliza
beth Lyles, devoted father of Mrs. Bernice
Cobb. William Henry Lyles and Dorothea
Patricia Lyles. Also surviving are five
sisters. Mrs. Nettie McPherson, Mrs. Grace
Butler. Mrs. Mabel Woodland. Mrs. Gene
vieve Holland and Mrs. Lela Hamer: five
brothers, Roy. Harry, Clarence. Theodore
and Hubert Lyles; other relatives and
many friends. Notice of funeral lat»r.
Arrangements by McGuire. Inc. 6
MARGINOT* MARY M. On Tuesday,
April 4, 1950, at George Washington Uni
versity Hospital, MARY M. MARGINOT of
3.39 Ounsjon rd . Psrkfalrfax, Va., be
loved wlft of Rudolph N Marglnot. Re
main* resting at the 8. H. Hines Co. Fu
neral Home. 3901 14th st. n.w.. from 12
noon Wednesday. April 5. until lo p.m.
Remains resting at the Brady Funeral
Service, 10 Tower st.. Boston. Mass.. Sat
urday and Sunday. High requiem mass at
Holy Name Catholic Church. Boston.
Mass., on Monday. April 10. Interment
St. Joseph's Cemetery. 6
MESSINA, CHARLES. On Monday,
April 3, 1950, at Garfield Hospital,
CHARLES MESSINA of 3917 13th st. n.w.,
beloved husband of Rose Messina, father
bl Joa, Pete, Santa and Angelo Messina;
Mrs, Constance Bigelow and Mrs. Mary
Baavergi-brother of Sam, Tony, joe and
AngeJo-Messlna: Josephine D1 Giorgio,
Marr 131 Mtea, Rose Bovello and Nicola
Caltoblano; Tiephew, Joe Cancelose and
Sister Joe ZRo. brother and two sisters.
Services at the 6. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Thursday,
April 6, at 9 a m. Interment Fort Lin
coln Cemetery. 6
MESTEKIN, BERNARD. On Tuesday.
Garfield Hospital. BER
NARD MESTEKIN of 5212 ]3th st n w ,
father of Mrs. Jacqueline Roper and Mrs.
Frances Mattingly. Services at the S H.
Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st.
n.w.. on Friday. April 7. at 9 a.m. In
terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 6
MEYERS, ANNA GEORGIA. On Wed
nesday. April 5. 1950, at her home. 7
Russell ave.. Gaithersburg. Md.. ANNA
GEORGIA MEYERS, beloved wife of Henry
L. Meyers. Mrs. Meyers rests at Gartner's
Funeral Home. Gaithersburg. Md. Notice
of funeral arrangements later.
MORGAN. WILLIAM THOMAS. De
parted this life on Saturday. April j. 1950,
w^9,^.11.lnetr, Ho'Pltai, WILLIAM THOMAS
MORGAN of 920 25th st. n.w., beloved
husband of Nettie A. Morgan, the loving
Auslln W.. Norman M.. Roland
T" Wallace S.. Priscilla A., Jeannette A.
and Audrey C. Morgan: Marguerite M.
Banks and Viola B. Payne. Also surviving
are one sister-in-law. Viola M. Pegrom;
brother, two sisters, eighteen grand
children and a host of other relatives and
friends to mourn their loss. Remains rest
ing at 1713 8th st. n.w. after 5 p.m. Wed
nesday. Funeral services Thursday. April
0. at 1 p.m., at Union Wesley A. M. E.
Zion Church. Rev. w. A. Stewart officiat
ing. Interment Lincoln Memorial Ceme
tery. 5.
Murray. Catherine e. on Tuesday.
April 4, 1950. at her residence. 2910 2nd !
st s.e CATHERINE E. MURRAY, beloved!
wife of Edward E. Murray, y.; mother of
Edward E.. tr.- Mary C. and Alice C. Mur-!
ray of Washington. D. C. and Joseph J
Murray of Albuquerque. N. Mex : sister of
James Haggerty and Elizabeth Mohr Re
mains resting at the James T. Ryan Fu- !
neral Home. .317 Pa. ave. s.e. from Wed-,
nesday noon to Thursday. April 0. at noon 1
Services and interment Newark. N. J.
MUSE, MARIE. On Sunday. April 2.1
19oti. MARIE MUSE of 223 Lowrle pi n.e ,
devoted mother of Horace. Anna. Thomas.
William and Maggie Giles, and Mrs. Hat
tie Forrest: sister of Nellie. Henry and
Lem Sneaks. She also is survived by
other relatives and friends. Remains may
be viewed after 5 p.m. Wednesday. April 5.
at Barnes A- Matthews' Funeral Home. HI 4
!th st. s.w. Funeral Thursday. April fi,
at 2 p.m . from the Bible Wav church.
1130 New Jersey ave. n.w.. Elder Small
w'ood E. Williams officiating. Interment
Payne s Cemetery.
NICK1NS, GABRIEL. On Monday.
April 3. 1950, after a long illness
GABRIEL NICKINS. beloved husband of
Mrs. Annie Nlcklns. He also is survived
;by two daughters, two sons, five grandchil
dren, eight great-grandchildren and a host
of other relatives and friends. Remains
be viewed after 5 p.m. Thursday,
April ti, at 452 1st st. s.w. Funeral Fri
I day April 7. at 1 p.m.. from St. Luke's
Baptist Church. 1st and R sts. n.w.. Rev.
Ethel Fields officiating. Interment Arling
ton National Cemetery. Arrangements by
| Barnes & Matthews. fi
NUGENT, GEORGE K. On Tuesday.
April 4. IOoO. at his residence. 1721 21st
St. n.w . GEORGE K. NUGENT, beloved
husband of Flo Nugent, father of Miss
Sybille K. Nugent, brother-in-law of Miss
Ethel Breach. Friends may call at ’he
Lee Funeral Home, -nh st. and Mass, ave
n.e.. where services will be held on Thurs
day. April 6. at 5 p.m. Interment private
6
PALMER. CARRIE ELLEN. Suddenly,
on Monday April .3. 195(1. CARRIE EL
LEN PALMER of 4434 B st. s.e.. wife of
Rev. Raymond Palmer. After 4 pm
Wednesday friends may call at the Carver
Memorial Funeral Home. 29-31 H st. n w ,
where funeral services will be held on
Thursday. April 0. at 1 p.m. Interment
Woodlawn Cemetery. 5*
i PIER. RICHARD EARL. Suddenly, on
Monday. April 3, 1950. RICHARD EARL
PIER of 4000 Bladensburg rd . Cottage
City, Md . beloved husband of Marv Vir
ginia Pier. Remains resting at Gasch's
Funeral Home. Hyattsville, Md. Notice
of funeral later.
RIGGS. DELORES OLIVIA. On Mon
day. April 3. 1950. at Montgomery County
General Hospital, after a brief Illness.
DELORES OLIVIA RIGGS, beloved wife of
J. Edward Riggs, mother of James E
Riggs, ir.: beloved daughter of Charles M
and Anna M. Copeland, sister of Alice M
Lancaster. Ella L. Gant and Leroy Cope
land. Also surviving are a grandfather
and grandmother. F. H. and Laura V
Johnson, and a host of other relatives and
friends. Remains resting at her late resi
dence. Norwood. Md.. after li p.m. Thurs
day. April fi. Funeral Friday, April 7. at
12 p.m.. from the Mount Zion Church.
. Mount Zion, Md.. Rev. Ball, pastor. In
terment church cemetery. Services by
Snowden & Davis. fl
RIGGS. D. OLIVIA. Members of the
©Johnson Hood Graham Unit.
No. 151, American Legion Aux
iliary, are hereby notified to
assemble at Mount Zion Church,
Mount Zion. Md., Friday, April
7, 1950, at 2 p.m., to attend
funeral services for our late
s member, D. OLIVIA RIGGS.
FLORENCE MARSHALL. President.
ETHEL H. RIGGS, Secretary. •
Miss Ida V. Garrity, 80,
Native of District, Dies
Miss Ida V. Garrity, 80, died
yesterday in her home, 3419 Pros
pect avenue N.W., where she had
lived since birth.
She was the daughter of the
late James and Mrs. Johanna
Daily Garrity. He was a well
known Georgetown building con
tractor.
Miss Garrity retired from the
Treasury Department in 1940
after 30 years’ service. She was
the prefect of the Sodality of the
! Blessed Virgin Mary at Holy Trin
jity Church for many years.
She is survived by a nephew,
James Garrity of Hyattsville. Md.;
and two cousins, Miss Mary O.
Sullivan of Falls Church, Va., and
Joseph N. Crowe of 4831 Thirty
sixth street N.W.
Funeral arrangements are in
complete.
3?att}0
ROBERTSON. NATHAN HOOD. Sud
denly. on Tuesday. April 4. 1950. a! ms
hon e. 110 shepherd at., Chevy Chase, Md.,
NATHAN HOOD ROBERTSON, beloved
husband ol Elizabeth Robertson, lather ol
Judy and Donald Robertson Remains
resting at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Fu
neral Home of Robert A. Pumphrey. Be
thesda, Md. Services Thursday. April 0.
at 11 a.m., at All-Saints' Church. Chevy
Chase Circle. Interment private. 5
ROBINSON, JOHN H. On Tuesday,
April 4, 1950, JOHN H. ROBINSON 01
1741 T st. n.w.. husband ol Mrs. Essie
Mat Robinson, lather ol Mrs. Oille Gray.
Mrs. Enzaoetn K. Marshall and Georgia
KoDinson, brother ol Mrs. Ida Smith and
Nura Robinson. A host ol other relatives
ana Irienas also survive. Alter 3 p.m
mursday. April 0, friends may call at
c razier s Funeral Home, 389 K. I. ave.
n.w. funeral rnday, April 7, at 7 p.m ,
irom the Vermont Avenue Baptist Churcn,
Rev. c. T. Murray officiating. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Ceme.ery, 7
ROBINSON. JOHN H. The national of
ficers and usners ol the National United
Ushers’ Association ol America, inc., are
hereby notified ol the passing ol our
charter mernoer. Brother JOHN H. ROB
iNSON. and are ordered to assemble at
the Vermont Avenue Baptist Church on
Friday. April 7, 1950, at 7 p.m. to at
tend the iuneral.
ALLAN A. C. GRIFFITH, Sr.,
National President.
RUSSO. LOUIS. On Wednesday. April
5, 1950, at Sibley Hospital, LOUIS RUSSO
ol 8830 Old Bladensburg rd.. Silver Spring.
Md., beloved husband of Mrs. Rose
Russo, father of Mrs. Corbin Thompson.
Mrs. William Richards and Mr. Frank
Russo. Mr. Russo rests at the Warner E
Pumphrey Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia
ave.. Silver Spring, Md.. where prayers will
be said on Saturday. April 8. at 11 a.m.
Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. 7
SANFORD. BUFORD. On Tuesday,
April 4. 1950, at Freedmen's Hospital,
BUFORD SANFORD of 1200 Girard st.
n.w. Surviving are six sisters, Eva Jack
son. Sophronia Palmer, Flora Sanford,
Ella Allen, Emma Ford and Grace Dis
mukes, two brothers. Oscar and Golda
Sanford, and many other relatives and
friends. Remains resting at the Dovie G.
Brooks and Otis F. Allen Funeral Home
12th st. and Florida ave. n.w. Notice of
funerai later.
SMALLWOOD, JOHN (COAL OIL). On
Monday. April 3. 1950. JOHN (COAL OILi
SMALLWOOD of 477 C st. s.w., son of the
late Isiah and Mamie Smallwood, beloved
husband of Mrs. Elolse Smallwood and
foster father of Carl Tanner. He also Is
survived by a host of other relatives and
friends. Remains may be viewed after 5
p.m. Wednesday. April 5. at Barnes &
Matthews' Funeral Home. 014 4th st. s.w.,
where funeral services will be held Thurs
day, April (1. at 11 a m.. Rev. A Joseph
Edwards officiating. Interment Harmony
Cemetery. 5
SMrrH. GENE W., JR. On April 3,
1950, of 253 Delaware Hall, Arlington
Farms. Va.. son of Lt. Gene W. Smith, sr..
U. S. A., and Teresa S. Smith; brother of
John Michael and Stephen Anthony Smith.
Prayers at the above residence on Thurs
day at 2 p.m. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. Services by Chambers. 6
SMITH. MINNIE S. On Wednesday,
April 5, 1950, at Garfield Hospital. MIN
NIE S. SMITH of 221 9th st. n.e., wile
of the late Edwin W. Smith. Notice of
funeral later.
SOBOLEWSKI. THOMAS EARL. April
3. 1050. of 040 Girard st. n.e . son of
Aloysius F. and Isabelle Sobolewski, broth
er of Shirley Jean Sobolewski. Prayers at
040 Girard st. n.e. Thursday, April 0. at
10 a m. Interment Washington National
Cemetery. Services by Chambers.
STOKES. CHARLES E. On Wednesday.
April 5. 1950. CHARLES E. STOKES of
171(i E st. n.e.. beloved husband of Emma
C. Stokes, father of Mrs. Marion Dupree
and Mrs. Jean Cline and brother of Mrs.
Elms White. Mrs. Mabel Hicks. Howard
and William Stokes. Friends may call at
the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass,
ave. n.e., where services will be held on
Saturday. April 8. at 11 a.m. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 7
TAYLOR, HENRY. On April 3. 1950, at
his residence. 1920 North Dinwiddle st..
Arlington. Va., HENRY TAYOR, uncle of
Dorothy McAfee. Marjorie Wilson. Edith
M. Johnson, Helen Smith. Prank and Rus
sell Hyson. Fannie M. White, Thomas and
Juanita Taylor. Friends may call at the
above address after 0 p.m. Wednesday,
April 5. Funeral services Thursday. April
6 at 1 p m. at the Calloway-Methodist
Church. 5000 Lee highway. Arlington. Va..
Rev. T. F. Monroe officiating. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. •
TAYLOR. MAGGIE. Entered into eter
nal rest on Tuesday. April 4. 1950. at
her residence. 213 Eye st. s.w.. MAGGIE
TAYLOR, devoted wife of Deacon William
Taylor, beloved mother of Mrs. Ellen Payne
of Baltimore, Md.; Mrs: Ruth Alexander
of Washington. D. C.. and the late Murhl
Taylor; grandmother of Mrs. Brenda
Pierce. Avon and Murhl Alexander One
great-granddaughter. Mrs. Ruth Mapp of
Baltimore. Md.: other relatives and many
friends also survive. Remains resting at
the John T. Rhines & Co. Funeral Home.
3rd and Eye sts. s.w., until Friday. April
1. at 3 p m.: thereafter at her late resi
dence. Funeral Saturday, April 8. at 1
p.m.. from the Pilgrim Baptist Church,
dro st. and M pi. s.w.. Rev. John H. Miller
officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery 5 7
TORBERT. WILLIAM S. On Tuesday.
April 4. 1959. at his residence. 18.32
Varnum st n.e.. WILLIAM S. TORBERT.
beloved husband of Janet W. Torbert.
father of Mrs. Janet T. Byrne and Hugh
S. Torbert. Services at the S. H. Hines
Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on
FYiday April 7. at 10 am. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 6
WALKER, CARRIE G. On Monday.
April 3. 1950, at 1304 Franklin st. n.e..
Miss CARRIE G. WALKER, formerly of
> J8 R st. n.w., daughter of the late John
W. and Carrie Walker. She is survived
by many relatives and friends. After 10
а. m. Wednesday Lrlends are Invited to call
at the McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th
st. n.m.. where services will be held on
Thursday, April fi. at 1 p.m. Interment
Harmony Cemetery 6
WALKER. CARRIE G. The members
of the Federal Annuitants'
Relief Association are hereby
notified of the death of CAR
RIE G. WALKER, and are
requested to attend her iu
neral.
JOSEPH M. TRIGG.
President.
WI.V.AM H WEBB, Secretary.
WALKER. ROBERT. On Sunday. April
2. 1950. at Freedmen's Hospital. ROBERT
WALKER of 262.3 Sherman ave. n.w., be
loved father of Charlotte Wilson and
brother of Walter. Clarence. Quincy and
Freddie Walker. Grace Yates and Ellen
Hill. He also leaves other relatives and
friends Friends may call at the W.
Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church. 1432 You
st. n.w.. after 10 a.m. Wednesday. April
5. Funeral services Thursday. April 6.
at 1 p.m.. at the Ephesus Seventh-day
Adventist Church. 6th and N sts. n.w..
Elder W. A. Thompson officiating. Rela
tives and friends invited. Interment Lin
coln Memorial Cemetery. 6
WILLIAMS. RUBY D. On Sunday. April
2, 1950. RUBY D. WILLIAMS ol 630 E
st. s.e.. beloved daughter of Robert and
Fannie Williams. Also surviving are four
sisters, seven brothers and many other
relatives and friends. After 5 p.m. Wed
nesday. April 5, friends may call at her
late residence Funeral Thursday. April
б. at 1 p.m.. from St. John's C. M. E
Church. Stanton and Pomeroy rds. s.e..
Rev. D. A. Bell officiating. Interment in
W'oodlawn Cemeteiy. Arrangements by
Walter E. Hunter Co. 5
WOODSON. DR. CARTER GODWIN. On
Monday. April 3. 1050. at his residence.
1538 nth st. n.w . Dr. CARTER OODWIN
WOODSON. After 12 noon Friday. Anri!
T. friends are invited to call at the Shiloh
Baptist Church. 9th and P sts. n.w . where
services will be held Saturday. April 8. at
1 pm The caFket will not be opened
after the service. Arrangements by Mc
Guire, Inc. 7
In fHemnrtant
LUSBY. LENA BEYER. A token of love
to my dear mother. LENA BEYER LUSBY.
who left me nine years ago today, April
5. 1041.
Sweet memories still cling to you,
mother, dear
DAUGHTER. VIOLA L. SOBHY. •
MEIIVETHER-ROBIN SON. Sacred to
the memory of our loved ones.
God grants to us the gift of memory.
And. as the years go on. one finds
Our dear ones are forever near.
For death not only parts, but truly
binds. NELLIE. SADIE, EDITH. •
MORGAN. MRS. EDITH MARGARET. In
sad and loving memory of our dear moth
er. Mrs. EDITH MARGARET MORGAN,
who departed this life five years ago to
day. April 6. 1045.
Some may think we can forget you
And our wounded hearts will heal.
But they little know the sorrow
That’s within our hearts concealed.
LOVING GHIT.DRFN. MRS. MARY WHITE.
MRS BERTHA PLATER. MRS. BLANCHF
MARTIN. MR. .TOSEPH MORGAN ANr
GEORGE MORGAN. •
TARLTON. LAURA STEWART. In mem
ory of my beloved wife. LAURA STEW
ART TARLTON. who departed this life
twenty-one years ago today. April 6, 1029.
HUSBAND. ARCHIE TARLTON. •
TRACEY. REBECCA J. In remem
brance of our dear mother. REBECCA J.
TRACEY, who departed this life five years
ago today. April 5. 1945.
Treasured thoughts of one so dear
Often bring a silent tear;
Thoughts return to scenes long past.
Time rolls on. but memories last.
HER DAUGHTERS. ESTHER AND MABEL.
William S.‘Torbert,
, Noted Civic Leader
1 Here, Dies at 77
:t William Sydenham Torbert, 77,
1 an attorney and prominent civic
leader in the District, died yes
terday in his home, 1832 Vamum
' street N.E.. aft
i er an illness of
; seven months.
: Mr. Torbert
was born in
Laurel, Md.,
,! the son of John
Peyton and
. E1 i z a beth
Christina Tor
bert, both na
tive Washing
tonians. He
was educated
in District pub
lic schools and
j received his de- Mr- Torbert.
,‘gree from Columbian University,
now George Washington Univer
sity.
A District resident since one
year after his birth, Mr. Torbert
married Janet Louise Whitcomb,
a native of Washington, on Au
gust 6, 1896.
Civic Group Official.
Mr. Torbert was active in the
affairs of the Rhode Island Ave
nue Citizens’ Association. He
had served variously as treasurer,
president, vice president and sec
retary. For 11 years, he was the
association’s delegate to the Fed
eration of Citizens’ Associations.
He was a charter member of the
group.
In his official capacities with
the citizens' associations, he
worked toward getting public
schools, police stations, paved
streets and other improvements
for the Woodridge area in the
last 50 years.
Mr. Torbert also was a mem
ber of the District Bar Associa
tion, National Press Club, Wash
ington Board of Trade, Sons of
the American Revolution, Colum
bia Historical Society and the As
sociation of Oldest Inhabitants.
Autnor of Many Books.
Widely known for his legal
background. Mr. Torbert was au
thor of many law books especially
relating to the District. His
works included “Legal References,
D. C.,” 1899; “Comprehensive In
dex to Code,” 1903; “Index-Di
gest of D. C. Cases,” 1908: “Di
gest of Patent Trade-mark and
Copyright Cases,” 1909; and three
works, “Supplemental Digest of
D. C. Cases,” dated 1904, 1920 and
1931.
From 1902 to 1917, Mr. Tor
bert was assistant to the reporter
at the Supreme Court. At the
time of his death, he was a di
rector, first vice president and
legal counsel of the Northeast
Building Association, which he
helped found.
Survivors are his widow, a son,
Hugh S. Torbert of Altadena.
Calif., and a daughter, Mrs. Janet
T. Byrne of Washington. There
also ftre two grandchildren, and
three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services Will be held
at 10 a.m. Friday in the S. H.
Hines funeral home, 2901 Four
teenth street N.W. Burial will
be in Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
Herman Blankinship Dies;
Retired Virginia Educator
Herman Blankinship, 68, retired
superintendent of schools in Clif
ton Forge, Va., died Monday of a
heart ailment at his home in Roa
noke, Va. He was a native of
Campbell County, Va.
| Funeral services and burial were
| to be held in. Roanoke today.
Mr. Blankinship is survived by
his widow, Mrs. Minnie Blankin
ship; two daughters, Mrs. William
B. Knight, Alexandria, and Mrs.
Calvert Humbert, Covington, Va.;
and a son, Leslie Blankinship,
Lynchburg.
Frank l Frear, (5, Dies;
U. S. Health Service Ex-Aide
Frank L. Frear. 65. a retired
claims examiner with the Public
Health Service, died yesterday at
Gallinger Hospital. He lived at
1301 Massachusetts avenue N.W,.
1 Mr. Frear retired last year after
serving 29 years with the Govern
ment.
A native of Hastings, Minn., he
later lived in Minneapolis before
coming here in 1920. He joined
the service at that time, trans
ferred to the old Veterans’ Bureau
in 1922 and returned to the PHS
in 1925, where he remained until
•his retirement.
Mr. Frear had been a member
of the Elks’ Lodge No. 15. since
1921.
A bachelor, he is survived by a
brother, Col. Seth Frear. U. S. A.,
retired, of Framingham. Mass.,
and a nephew. Seth H. Frear, jr.,
of Coral Gables, Fla.
Funeral services will be held at
2 p.m. Friday at the Hines funeral
home, 2901 Fourteenth street N.W.
Burial will be in Columbia Gar
dens Cemetery, Arlington.
Mrs. Edward Emswiler
Of Colesville Dies at 31
Mrs. Elizabeth Emswiler, 31, of
Colesville, Md., died yesterday at
the Washington Sanitarium after
an illness of three weeks.
Mrs. Emswiler was the mother
of seven children. A native of
Colesville, she was educated in
Montgomery County public
schools.
Survivors include her husband,
Edward; their children, Alice, 11;
Edward, 10; Patricia, 9; Kenneth,
7; Eileen, 6; Eugene. 4, and John,
2; her mother, Mrs. Mary E.
Lechlider of Colesville; three
brothers, Edward, Clarence and
Elmer Lechlider, and one sister,
Mrs. Helen Hamilton.
Funeral services will be held at
2 p.m. tomorrow at the Colesville
Methodist Church. Burial will
be in Colesville Cemetery.
Harold W. Sanford, 60,
Rochester Editor, Dies
ly tht Associated Press
ROCHESTER, N. Y„ April 5 —•
Harold W. Sanford, editor of the
Rochester Democrat and Chron
icle since 1937, died early today
of a heart attack. He was 60.
Mr. Sanford, a newspaperman
in Rochester for 40 years, was
president of the New York State
Society of Newspaper Editors
from 1938 to 1940.
Bishop Tucker to Speak
The Right Rev. Henry St.
George Tucker, formerly presiding
Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal
Church, will be guest preacher at
8 o’clock tonight in St. Stephen
and the Incarnation Church, Six
teenth and Newton streets N.W.
VA Check Writers Busy
The Veterans Administration
certifies more than 6.7 million
checks each month.
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'Services Tomorrow
For Nathan Robertson,
Veteran Newsman
Funeral services for Nathan W.
Robertson. 48, a Washington
newspaperman for a quarter of
a century, who died here yester
day. will be held at 11 a m. to
morrow in All-Saints Episcopal
Church. Chevy Chase Circle.
Burial will be private.
Mr. Robertson was found dead
yesterday morning in the garage
behind his home at 116 Shepherd
street, Chevy Chase, Md.
The motor of Mr. Robertson's
car was running and the garage
was filled with carbon monoxide.
Police said a hose had been at
tached to the exhaust of his au
tomobile and stretched into the
back seat where his body was
found.
Hey wood Broun Winner.
Frank J. Broschart. Montgomery
County medical examiner, issued
a certificate of suicide yesterday.
In 1944 Mr Robertson was
awarded a Nieman Fellowship to
Harvard University and the Amer
ican Newspaper Guild's Heywood
Broun Memorial prize. A charter
member of the Washington News
paper Guild, he also was a former
vice president of the American
Newspaper Guild.
A native of Washington, he
first worked for the Washington
Times and later covered the Sen
ate for the United Press and the
Associated Press until illness
forced him into temporary retire
ment. In recent years he had
written a Washington column for
Labor Press Associates— a labor
news agency, and also taught
journalism briefly at George
Washington University.
Mr. Robertson was the son of
Thomas E. Robertson, former
Commissioner of Patents. Besides
his parents, he is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Robertson;
a son, Donald, 18; a daughter,
Judith, 15, and two brothers,
Thomas Robertson of Atlanta and
Louis Robertson of Chicago.
Newsmen Appointed.
The Standing Committee of
Correspondents appointed the fol
lowing members of the Congres
sional press galleries to attend the
Robertson funeral:
William L. Beale and Harold
Oliver of the Associated Press.
John L. Cutter of the United
Press, Felix Cotten of the Inter
national News Service, Dick
Strout, Christian Science Monitor;
Thomas L. Stokes, United Fea
tures Syndicate: v Alan Barth,
Washington Post: Carroll Kil
patrick and Vance Johnson of the
San Francisco Chronicle, Jim
Daniels, Scripps-Howard Newspa
per Alliance; J. A. O’Leary, The
Washington Star; Alvaine Ham
ilton, Labor Press Association, and
Francis Stephenson, New York
Daily News. Also members of the
standing committee: William F.
Arbogast, chairman, Associated1
Press; David- Botter, secretary,
Dallas News; Philip W. Dodd,
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Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Felt
Rites Set Tomorrow
Funeral services for Mrs Eliza
beth Ann Felt. 81, a long-time
resident of Washington, who died
Monday in Chicago, will be held
at 11:30 a. m. tomorrow in the
S. H. Hines funeral home Burial
services will be private in Rock
Creek Cemetery.
Mrs. Felt was born in Phoenix.
Md.. and lived most of her life
in Washington She was the
widow of George H Felt, jr Mrs.
Felt was visiting her son. Edwin
Henry Felt, of Chicago, when she
died.
Besides her son. she is survived
by a brother, Edwin Danby
Flather, of the Mendota Apart
ments, 2220 Twentieth street
N.W.
Mrs. R. N. Marginot
Dies Here at 53
Mrs. Rudolph N. Marginot, 53.
wife of a representative of the
International Brotherhood of Elec
trical Workers, AFL. died yester
day at George Washington Uni
versity Hospital after an illness of
several months.
The former Miss Mary M. White,
she was bom in Boston, where she
married Mr., Marginot in 1914
Mrs. Marginot was well known in
club circles in Boston before com
ing here 10 year ago. Her hus
band was vice president of the
Central Labor Union in Boston.
Mrs. Marginot. who lived at 3739
Gunstan road. Parkfairfax, Va .
also is survived by seven daughters.
They are Mrs. Joseph A. Mutrie,
Mrs. Edmund F. Them and Miss
Constance Marginot. all of Boston;
Mrs. Joseph Grady. Needham,
Mass.; Mrs. Edward Buci, Bethes
da; Mrs. Earl Rice, Northampton.
Pa., and Mrs. Robert Davis, Mount
Airy, Md., and three sons. Robert
and Charles Marginot. both of the
Gunston road address, and Pfc.
William Marginot, Fort Bragg,
N. C.
Funeral services will be held
Monday at the Holy Name Cath
olic Church, Boston. Burial will
be in St. Joseph's Cemetery there.
The body is at the Hines funeral
home. 2901 Fourteenth street
N.W.
German Claims to Make
New Fuel From Water
After a series of experiments,'
50-year-o 1 d German inventor
Willi Mellentime has announced
that he has turned water into a
fuel more efficient than gasoline.!
Hamburg reports. “It is still
rather dangerous, but I shall over
come that,” he said.
Chicago Tribune; Robert D.i
Byrnes, Hartford Courant, and
Edward F. Ryan, Washington
Post. Harold R. Beckley and Wil
liam J. Donaldson, superinten
dents of the Senate and House
Press Galleries, also were named.
Dr. Simon R. Karpeles,
Physician-Surgeon
Here 45 Years, Dies
Dr. Simon R Karpeles, 70 a
physician and surgeon here for
more than 45 years, died Monday
at Garfield Hospital of a heart
condition. He lived at 3549 Six
teenth street N.W.
Dr Karpeles. a lifelong resident
of Washington, attended Central
High School and received his med
ical training at the old Columbian
College, now George Washington
University.
Early in his career he main
tained an office at 1119 Columbia
road N.W. Since 1928. he had
lived at the Sixteenth street ad
dress and practiced there. He was
a surgeon until about nine veats
ago when he turned to general
practice.
Dr. Karpeles long had been on
the staff of Garfield Hospital It
was there that he met his wife,
the former Miss Kate Bogle, who
was interning there Mrs.
Karpeles, who married the doctor
in 1916. died in 1941.
During World War I Dr Kar
peles served as a captain in the
Army Medical Corps and later was
promoted to a major in the Re
serve
Dr. Karpeles was a member of
the District Medical Society and
the Arminius Masonic Lodge
Surviving are a daughter. Mrs.
Benjamin McKnew of Fairland,
Md : a son. Leo M. Karpeles.
Seattle. Wash.: two sisters. Mrs.
Adolph Taussig. Providence. R I.,
and Mrs. Oscar Buccholt. Spring
field. Mass., and a brother,
Maurice J. Karpeles, Providence.
Funeral Rites Held Today
For Robert J. Haynie, 79
Funeral services lor Robert
James Haynie. 79, retired Interior
decorator, were held this after
noon at the Chambers funeral
home, 517 Eleventh street S.E.
Burial was in Glenwood Ceme
tery.
Mr. Haynie died unexpectedly
of a stroke Sunday at his home.
1734 A street S.E.
Born in Northumberland Coun
ty, Va., he had lived in Washing
ton for the last 43 years. For a
number of years he had his own
interior decorating business, with
offices at his home. In recent
years, however, he had done in
terior decorating for a real estate
firm here until illness forced his
retirement six months ago.
Mr. Haynie is survived by his
widow, the former Miss Sallie
Ann Bray of Northumberland
County, with whom he would have
celebrated his 52d wedding anni
versary on May 11.
He'also leaves four daughters.
Miss Ruth V. Haynie of the A
street address: Mrs. Emma H.
Smith, Fairfax, Va.; Mrs Hazel
H, Wilson. 3022 K street S.E, and
Mrs. Laura H. Gambling. Balti
more.
The Organized Bible Class Association
and Fort Lincoln Cemetery
- * • ^
Invite You to the Ninth Annual
faster Sunrise Service
At the Break of Daw n—Rain or Shine on the Heights of
^J-ort rJlincoln
Cemetery
3201 Bladensburg Road—At the District Line
Sunday, April 9, at 5:41 a.m.
Each year more than 75,000 are in
spired and thrilled at the largest
Easter Sunrise Service in the United
1 States. This year, with room for
over 100,000 people, a program of
sacred beauty has been arranged for
the traditional religious ceremony
under the auspices of the Organized ^ Roy L SMITH
Bible Class Association of Washing- TheDe?«
will be presented by
tOTI. Rev. Smith of tht
Methodist Church.
Chicago. 111.
f
• SERVICE HIGHLIGHTS
Invocation by Dr. Page Etchison, Field Secretary, American Bible Society,
President, Organized Bible Class Association. Scripture Reading, John
20: 1-17, Hon. Carl Elliott, Congress of the United States, 7th District, State
of Alabama. Singing, “Christ the Lord Is Risen Today," by Ben Mitchell j
Morris. Prayer, led by Rev. Ralph D. Smith, Ph. D., District Superintendent
Washington West District the Methodist Church. Trumpet Solo, “The Erl
King,” by Gordon Finlay. Solo, Mendelssohn’s “If With All Your Hearts,’’ by
Ben Mitchell Morris. The Sermon, “The Basic Fact of the Christian Faith,’’
delivered by Rev. Roy L. Smith. Benediction by Captain Paul G. Linaweaver,
Chaplain Corps United States Navy. Postlude, by United States Navy Band. S
Presiding, Mr. Howard M. Stackhouse, General Chairman Executive Vice
President, Organized Bible Class Association.
• SPECIAL BUS SERVICE
Take bus marked B-2 to Mt. Rainier, leaving 17th and Pa. Ave. SB. Transfer
junctions to this line at 14th and East Capitol, 13th and D Sts. N.E., 13th and
H Sts. N.E., 15th and Bladensburg Rd. N.E., and South Dakota Ave. and
Bladensburg Rd., Wisconsin Ave. (Route 30) and Calvert Bridge-New Jersey
Ave. (Route 90) carlines at 17th and Pa. Ave. S.E. Benning Bus (U2, 4, 6, 8
and X-2) transfer at 13th and H Sts. N.E. Burleith-Glover Park Bus <D-2, 4)
transfer at Trinidad and Florida Aves. N.E. Mt. Pleasant carline (Routes
40-42) transfer at 14th and East Capitol and 13th and D Sts. N.E. East
Riverdale-Cheverly Bus (B-4, 6) and New Hampshire Ave.-Chillum Bus <K-6>
meet B-2 Bus at Mt. Rainier Terminal.
• Parking Space for 5,000 Cars—Gates Open 4:30 A.M.
Fort Lincoln is easy to reach. Drive out Bladensburg Road or Eastern Avenue.
The main entrance of Fort Lincoln is right at the intersection, 3201 Bladens
burg Road, at the District Line. Cars parked on hard-surfaced roads by
experienced attendants.

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