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COHN. JACOB A. An unveiling of a monument to the memory of JACOB A COHN will be held on Sunday. May 31. 1960. at 1 p.m at the Washington He brew Congregation Cemetery. 31 (Earii of aijanka THOMPSON. ESTELLE HESTER. We wish to thank our many friends and relativea for their many acts of kindness during the Illness and at the passing of our detr mother. E8TELLE HESTER THOMPSON. ALBERT THOMPSON. EMMA McPHER BON AND CLARA HEBRON. * Dtatii* BROWN ARTHUR E. Suddenly, on May 16. i960, gt his residence, 1934 17th st. n.w.. ARTHUR E BROWN, beloved hus band of Corrine Ann Broun and brother of the late John H Brown. He also is survived by two sisters. Mrs. Maggie Ot wiy and Mrs. Katie Price, and a host of ether relativea and friends. Friends may call after 4 Dm Friday. May 19. at Johnson 8t Jenkins' Funeral Home. 3053 Georgia ave. n.w. Funeral aervlces Sat urday. May 30. at 8:30 p.m.. at the Church of Ood. 3030 Georgia ave. n.w. Interment Harmony Cemetery May 33. BROWN. GERTRUDE L. On Friday. May 19. 1950. GERTRUDE L. BROWN of 2113 N st. n.w Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Frwiier's Funeral Home. COLEMAN. WILLIE. Departed this life on Monday. May 15. 1950. at Freedmen't Hospital. WILLIE COLEMAN of 607 Que st. n.w. He leaves to mourn their loss a devoted wife. Mrs Elizabeth Coleman: a loving mother. Mrs. Eloise Coleman: two sisters. Mrs Louise Brannon and Mrs. Evelyn Wallace, all of Cleveland. Ohio: three brothers, one stepson, James Harris, and many other relatives. Friends may call Friday. May 19. after 7:30 p.m.. Funeral aervlces Saturday. May 30. at 3 p.m.. at the Montgomery Bros, chapel. 913 Florida ave n.w . Rev. Ruben W. Hall officiating. Interment Payne's Cem etery. * CUMMINGS, MARGARET ELLEN. On Thursday. May 18. 1950. at her resi dence 1430 Rhode Island ave. n.w.. MARGARET ELLEN CUMMINGS, beloved sifter of Miss Sarah J. Cummings. Re mains resting at Hysone's Funeral Home. 1300 N st. n.w. until Saturday. May 30. Friends are invited to call. Services and Interment in Bridgeport, Conn. DONOGHUE. FATHER THOMAS A., S. J. On Wednesday, May 17. 1950. al Provi dence Hospital. Father THOMAS A DONOGHUE. S J.. of Gonzaga College High School, brother of Mrs. Julia Tyrrell of Milwaukee, Wis.; Harry J and Clar ence E. Donoghue of Washington. D. C Relatives and friends may call at St. Aloyslua Church after 4 p.m. Friday. May 19 Office of the dead on Saturday May 30. at 9:30 a.m. Reouiem mass at 10 a m Relatives and friends invited In terment Georgetown University Cemetery. BREN-NEE. LULA BELLE. On Thursday, May IS. 1950, at her residence, 4314 10th st. n.e., LULA BELLE DRENNER. the daughter of the late David F and Laura Drenner. sister of Mrs. Bessie M Miller, aunt of Mrs. Donald Liddle of Arlington, Va : Mrs Georee Eberly and David Leroy Miller of Washington. D. C. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th at. and Mass. ave. n.e... where services will be held on Monday Mav 33. at 10 a.m Interment Greenhill Ceme tery, Martinsburg, W. Va. 21 CELLS, FANNIE RALL. -Suddenly, on Thursday. May is. 1950. a' her resi dence. 713.'! 7th st n.w.. FANNIE RALL CELLS, beloved wife of Rev. Alfred M. Eells and mother of Mrs. Mildred E Barker Friends may call at the Takoma Funeral Home. 754 Carroll st n.w . Ta koma Park. D. C.. on Triday. May 19 Puneral services and Interment In Glas gow. Mo. EVAN'S, HARRY. On Thursday. May IS. 185(1. at Providence Hospital. HARRY EVANS of 507 3rd st. s.e.. beloved hus band of Cornelia E. Evans, father of Linton 8. Evans. Funeral services at the James T. Ryan Funeral Home. 317 Pa. ave. s.e.. on Saturday. May 70. at 1:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. In terment Cedar Hill Cemetery 19 EVANS, HARRY. Members of the Asso ciation of Retired Policemen of D C. will meet at 1:30 p m. Saturday, May 70. 1950. at the James T. Rysn Funersl Home. 317 Pa. ave. s.e.. to attend aervices for our late comrade, HARRY EVANS. In terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. RICHARD A. BURTON. President. KARLTON STEIN, Secretary. FAREWELL. VANNTE. On Thursday, Mty 18. 1950, VANNIE FAREWELL of 705 dth st. n.e., beloved wife of George Fare well. She also is survived by five daugh ters. five sons, seventeen grandchildren, three sisters, one brother and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may eall after 6 P.m. Saturday. May 70. at Johnson & Jenkins’ Funeral Home. 7053 Georgia ave. n w. Funeral services Sun day. May 71. at 1 p.m.. at the Charlotte Mission House of Prayer. 1771’i 7 th st. n.w . Elder Simmons offlclatlna. Inter ment Woodlawn Cemetery. CONES. MAUDE K. On Thursday. May 18. 1950. at her home. 7703 Woodley pi. n.w.. MAUDE K. FONES. beloved wife of the late James Amos Fones, mother of George Gordon Snider. Miss Sara H. Fones and Judson A. Fones: sister of Mrs. Randol F Fones, Mrs. Sadie K Jackson and Mrs. Edward H. Conway of Gordonsvllle. Va. Services at the 6. H. Hines Co Funeral Home. 7901 14th st n.w.. on Sunday. May 71. at 5 p.m. In terment Glebe Landing Baptist Church Cemetery. Lanevtew. Vs., on Monday. May 77, at 7 p.m., Eastern standard time. 71 POSTER. ROSE PRYOR. On Thursday. May 18. I960, at her residence, the Parnsboro Apartments. ROSE PRYOR FOSTER, beloved wife of the late George P Foster, mother of Mrs. Mamie Ham mer Bruett, Mrs. Nelle Foster Bourne and Robert W. Foster of Washington. D. C.. and George Pryor Poster of Havana. Cuba, and Washington. D. C. Remains resting at the W. IV. Deal Fu neral Home. 4817 Georgia ave. n.w. Funeral notice later. 71 GLENN. ROY. On Thursday. May 18, 1950. ROY GLENN of 5057 C st. s.e., be loved husband of Carrie Ella Glgnn. son of Clarence and Texann Glenn, devoted father of Charles, Odessa. Qurestes and Raymond Glenn. Also surviving are four atsters. two brothers, other relatives and many friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by McGuire, Inc. 70 BALLMAN, HELEN. On Wednesday. May 17. 1950. at George Washington Univer sity Hospital, HELEN HALLMAN, be loved wife of Edward Hallman, sister of Annie Robinson. Estelle Poole. Hartley, Charles and Edward Moore: grandmother of Gladys Dennis. Edward Turner and Maybelle McPherson. She also leaves four great-grandchildren and many other relatives and friends. Friends may call at her Jate residence. 38 Adams st. n.w.. after 4 p m Saturday, May 70. Funeral aervieea Sunday. May 71. at 1 p.m , at 8t. Paul's Baptist Church. 77th and K its. n.w., Rev. Ernest Gibbs officiating. Relatives and friends invited. Inter ment Poolesvllle. Md. Arrangements by W. Ernest Jarvis Co. 71 BAMRICK. REDONE BELL. Suddenly on Thursday. May 18, 1950. REDONE BELL HAMRICK of 174 flth st. n.e. husband of the late Mary Belle Hamrick, father of Clarence. W. H, and Cecil E. Hamrick Sriends may call at the Lee Funeral ome. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where aervices will be held on Saturday, May 70. it 7:30 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. HATTON. SAMUEL H. On Tuesday. May 16. 1950, at his residence, 2209 N at. H.w. SAMUEL H. HATTON, husband of the late Beaaie Hatton, father of Mrs. Georgia Ware of Port Worth. Tex. He also leaves a sister-in-law. Mrs. Cecelia Bungay, and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call after 5 p.m. Friday. May 18, until 9 a.m. Satur day. May 20. at the Boyd Funeral Home. 1238 20th st. n.w., after which remains will lie in state at the Union Wesley A M E. Zion Church until time of funeral services at 1 D.m.. Rev. W A. Stewart officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. * HATTON. 8AMUEL H. To the Officers and Members of Morning Star Lodge. No. 40. I B. P. O. E. of W.: You are hereby notified to at tend a session of sorrow for our late brother. SAMUEL H. HAT TON. at the home. 1536 15th st. n w., on Friday. May 19. 1950. at 8 D.m. Funeral Saturday. May 20. at 1 o.m.. from Union Wesley A. M E Zion Church. 23rd st. between L and M sts n.w. CHARLES YOUNG. Exalted Ruler. JAMES T. BROWN. Fin. Sec. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. FRANK GEIER'S SON'S CO. 3605 14th ST. N.W. TUCKERMAN 2326 NEW ENLARGED PARLORS Formerly at 1118 7th 8t. I * Established 1851 _ V. L SPEAKE CO. Htither »ucce«*or to .nor connected with the orifinml W R- Soeor# establishment 1009 H St. N.W. Rational112882 J. William Lee’s Sons Co. |tk *ad Mate. Are. R.E. U l-MM FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium FUNERAL DESIGNS. GUDE BROS. CO. Chats* Account! Opened by Phew GEO. C. SHAFFER, INC. Sxpresaive Floral Tributes. Moderate price*. Open dally. Sun., holiday*. Phone order* also accepted. 6:30 to 8 P.m. week night*. 900 l«th St R W NA. 0106 CEMETERY LOTS. CEMETERY LOTS. National Memorial Park, by estate. Any reasonable offer ae cepted. ME. 6526.%_ INDIVIDUALLY OWNED. Fort Lincoln, 1 lot. Mt. Calvary section: very reasonable. Box 333-H. Star.21* Two CHOICE LOTS located near main entrance of National Memorial Park; also mausoleum In main corridor; reasonable. GL. 6305. eves.. 6-10 p m. —19 FORT LINCOLN—Two sites. Chapel de luxe tec. MRS. ROBINS. DU. 8536.—24 FORT LINCOLN—Two sites beyound floral clock near chapel; immed. gale TO. 5861. —24 Fort Lincoln—5 grave sitei on l lot; will gaerlflce for *106 each. UN. 1756 —21 HATTON. SAMUEL H. Members ot the Oldest Inhabitants. Inc., are notified of the death of SAMUEL H. HATTON. Fu neral services Saturday. May 20. 1950. at 1 p.m.. at the Union Wesley Methodist Church. 23rd st. between L and M sts. n.w. WILLIAM E. NIXON. President frank d mckinney. sec. HILL. HATTIE. On Tuesday. May 18, 1950. HATTIE HILL of 2809 Stanton ro. s.e.. foster mother of Mrs Bertha Clark. Other relatives and friends also survive. Funeral from the Campbell M. E Church Saturday May 20, at 1 p.m . Rev S. E. Guiles oOclatint. Interment Woodiswn Cemetery. • JOHNSON. ELIZABETH G. On Thursday. May is. 1950. at lhe home ol her daugh ter. Mrs. Charles Barton. ELIZABETH G. j JOHNSON, beloved wife of the late Wil > Him Amos Johnson and mother of Mrs. Robert Allison. Mrs. Ashby Harrison, Mr Frank Lee. Troylous Johnson. Mrs. Charles Barton and Gratton Johnson. Funeral services at Roystons Funeral Home. Middleburg. Va Saturday. May 20. at 2 p.m. Interment Mount Zion : Church Cemetery, Aldle. Va. ! KELLER. GRANVILLE B. On Thursday. May 18. I860, at Walter Reed Genera! ; Hospital. GRANVILLE B KELLER of , 411 18th st. n.e.. beloved husband ol I Betty L. Keller, son of Catherine and ; Gilbert M. KelleP and brother of Mri. Thomas J. Stratton. Gilbert N.. Cheater H. Lou D. and CielT H. Keller. Mr Keller rests at the Warner E Pumphrey Funeral Home. 8434 Georgia ave.. Silver Spring. Md.. where services will be held on Monday. May 22, at 10:30 a.m. In terment Arlington National Cemetery. 21 KREBS. FRANCES C. On Thursday. May 18. 1950, at her home, 508 Oneida pi. n.w.. FRANCES C. KREBS beloved wife of the late Armln Krebs, mother of Frances D. Sizemore and Eleanor A. Masttn. Services at the 8. H. Hines Co Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Saturday. May 20, at 1:30 p.m. Inter ment Prospect Hill Cemetery. LIEB. BERNARD J.. SR. On Wednesday. May 17. J 950. at Casualty Hospital. BERNARD J. LIEB. Sr.. beloved father o. Bernard J.. jr.. John. Louis. Joseph and William Lieb, and Mrs. Marian Falvey. Funeral from his late residence. 1534 Fort Davis st. s.e . Saturday. May 20. at 8:30 a.m.: thence to St Francis Xavier s Chureh. where requiem mass will be said at 0 a.m. for the repose of his soul. Rel atives, and friends Invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 19 LIEB. BERNARD J. Members of Keane Council. No 353. Knights ol Columbus, are notified of the death of Brother BERNARD J. LIEB. and are requested to assemble at his late residence. 1534 Fort Davis st. s.e.. on Friday evening May 19. 1950. at 8 o’clock, for recitation of prayers. ROBERT L. NOWLAND, O. K. J. J. QOSSELIN. F. S. 19 LIEB, BERNARD J., 8R. Members of the Windthorst Club of St. Marys Church are notified of the death of BERNARD J. LIEB. Sr. Rosary will be said on Friday. May 19. 1950. at 8:30 p.m., at his late home. 1534 Fort Davis st. s.e. J RUPPERT CASPAR. President. W. H. CORRIDON, Secretary. 19 LIZEAR, ARTHUR MONTGOMERY. Sud denly. on Wednesday. May 17, ARTHUR MONTGOMERY LIZEAR of 4527 Bu chanan st.. Hyattsville. Md., brother of Nettie Cochran and James C. Lizear. Services at Gasch's Funeral Home. Hy attsville, Md., on Saturday. Mav 20, at 2 p.m. Interment Colesville. Md. 19 oiAKIin. LI. ALBERT GILMER, U S. N. On Wednesday, May 17. 195e. at the Be thesda Naval Medical Center, Lt. ALBERT GILMER MARTIN, U. S. N„ retired, of 205 Shepherd st., Chevy chase, Md.. be loved husband of Mima G Martin. Re mains resting at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert A. Pum phrey. Bethesda. Md. Services Friday, May lfl. at 2 D.m., in Fort Myer Chapel, Fort Myer. Va. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 19 Mathews. Ralston h. on Thursday, May 18, 1950, at George Washington Uni versity Hospital. RALSTON H. MATHEWS, beloved husband of Lucy F. Mathews, de voted father of Ralston F. Cotter M„ Lorlmer C . Clift B.. Dyer F.. Palmer K.. Jean and Van Vranken 8. Mathews, and Mrs. Lois Mathews Dyer, and brother of Van Vranken S. Mathews. Also surviv ing are his grandchildren, other relatives and many friends. After 4 p.m. Friday friends are invited to call at the McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th at. n.w., where services will be held on Saturday. May 20, at 1 p.m. Interment Harmony Cem etery. 19 MATHIAS. PETER. On Saturday. May 13. 1950, at St. Petersburg. Fla., PETER MATHIAS- beloved father of Charles Mathias of San Francisco. Calif. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where services will be held on Saturday. May 20. at 11 a.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. MATHIS. GEORGE. Suddenly, on Thurs day. May 18. 1950. GEORGE MATHIS of 34 E at. n.w , loving husband of Laura Mathis, devoted son of George and Al berta Mathis He also leaves two chil dren, four brothers, three sisters and many other relatives and friends. Re mains resting at Campbell’s Funeral Home, 423 4th at. s.w. Notice of funeral later. • MONTGOMERY. CHARLES J. On Wed nesday. May 17. 1950, CHARLES J. MONTGOMERY, beloved husband of the late Mary Louise Montgomery, father of Mary A, Spalding, brother of William R. Montgomery. Mary E. Hell and Anna Deal Friends may call at the Robert : A. Mattingly Funeral Home, 131 llth st. s.e., until Saturday. May 20. at 8:30 a m. Reoulem mass at Holy Comforter Church at 9 a.m. Relativea and friends Invited. Interment Congressional Ceme tery. 19 MONTGOMERY. CHARLES J. All mem bers of Carroll Council. No. 3ii. Knights of Columbus, are Instructed to attend services at the Mattingly Funeral Home. 131 llth st. s.e.. on Friday. May 19. 1950. at 7:30 p.m.. to offer prayers for the repose or the soul of our late brother, CHARLES J MONTGOMERY a charter member. HENRY G. CATUCCI, G. K. JIM COLL, F. 6. 18.19 MONTGOMERY, CHARLES J. Washing _ . ton Lodge. No. 18. B. P. O. Elks, will assemble at the Mattingly Funeral Home. 1.31 efcai llth st. s.e., on Friday. WfM May 19. 1950. at 8 p.m., to ^^■p exemplify the fun-ral ritual of the order over the remains of our late brother. CHARLES J. MONT GOMERY. By order of1 WILLIAM H. CADE. Exalted Ruler. Atteat: L. M. YOUNG. Secretary. 19 MONTGOMERY. CHARLES I. Members of t Washington General Assembly, Fourth Degree. Knights of Co lumbus, are notified of the death of Sir Knight CHARLES J. MONTGOME.VY. and are re quested to assemble at Robert A. Mattlngiy's Funeral Home, 131 llth st. s.e.. on Friday. May 19. 1950, at 7:30 p.m., for prayers. JOHN J. EUSTACE, F. N. CHARLES N. CONNOR. F. C. 19 MONTGOMERY. CHARLES J. Members JftL of the Order of the Alhambra are fU\ requested to assemble at the Rob IH1 ert A. Mattingly Funeral Home. IQff 131 llth st. s.e.. on Friday. May 19. 1960. at 7:30 p.m.. to recite the rosary for the repoae of the soul of our brother member. Sir Noble CHARLES J. MONTGOMERY. HARRY J KEEGAN, G. C. T. F. CUMMINGS. G. 6. 19 PITTS, ANNA C. On Wednesday. May 17, 1950. at her residence, 1415 Montague st. n.w., ANNA C. PITTS (nee Readyi. beloved wife of the late Samuel A. Pitta and mother of Rev. Samuel R. Pitts. 8. J.. and Catherine J. Pitts. Funeral from the above residence on Saturday, May 20. at 10:30 a.m. Requiem mass at the Church of the Nativity at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 19 PRATHER. EVELYN M. On Thursday, May 18. 1950. at her residence. Lincoln Park. Rockville. Md . EVELYN M. PRATHER, wife of the late Henry Prather. She leaves two daughters. Mamie L. Broadneck and Elise Mae Jackson; four sons. Henry, Henson. Arthur and Spencer Prather. Also surviving are sixteen grandchildren, nineteen great-grandchil dren, niece* and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at her late residence after ti p.m. Saturday. May 20. Funeral services Sun day. May 21. at 2:30 p.m. at the Jerusalem Church. Rockville. Md.. Rev. W. E. Williams officiating. Interment Lincoln Park Cemetery. Services by Snowden it Davis. 21 REPKE. DR. LEONIDAS. On Thursday. May 18. 1050. Dr. LEONIDAS REPKli. beloved husband of Irene Repke. father of Charles and Leonidas Repke. tr.: Ethel Griffith. Alice Fagner and Leone Gaines. Friends may call at the Robert A, Mat tingly Funeral Home. 1.71 11th st. s.e. where services will be held on Saturday. May 20. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Washington National Cemetery. REPKE. LEE V. Washington Lodge. No. _ , 15. B. P. O. Elks, will assem bie at the Mattingly Funeral WxtjSV Home. 131 llth st. s.e.. on Nyafs Friday. May 19. 1950. at 7:3d p.m . to exemplify the funeral ritual of the order over the remains of our late brother. LEE V. REPKE. By order of WILLIAM H CADE. Exalted Ruler. • Attest: L. M. YOUNG. Secretary. Rl'FFNEE. JOSEPH L. On Thursday. May 18. 1950. after a brief illness. JOSEPH L. RUFFNER. beloved son of Jordan and Beulah Runner, brother of Mra. Mable Hatcher and Mrs. Marlon Johnston. He also Is survived by three aunts, two brothers-in-law. god sister, other relatives and a host of friends Remains may be viewed after 5 p.m. Friday. May 19. at Barnes & Matthews’ Funeral Home. 614 4th st. s.w. Funeral Saturday, May 20. at 1 p.m.. from the Sylvan Baptist Church. 60th st.. Fairmont Heights, Md. Interment Payne's Cemetery. SHELTON, NATHANIEL M. On Thursday. May 18. 1950. at Oeorge Washington University Hospital. NATHANIEL M. SHELTON of 1643 13th at. n.w.. beloved husband of Marie E. Shelton. Also sur viving are three alaters. Mrs. Mary Maye of Danville. Va.: Mrs. Minnie Rogers and Miss Oabrella Shelton, both of New York: four brothers. Royal of New York. James of Martinsville. Va.; ElUs of Danville. Va.. .and Robert Shelton of Portsmouth. Vs. From 3 p.m. to 10 p.m, Saturday. May 20. friends are invited to call at the McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th st. n.w. Services and interment at Danville, Va.. on Monday. May 22. 20 SMITH. WILBUR. Departed this life Wed nesday. May 17. 1950. at Casualty Hos pital. WILBUR SMITH. Notice of fu neral later. Arrangements by the Hall Bros. Funeral Home, 621 Florida avt. n.w. SUMPTER. WADE. On Wednesday. May 17. 1950. at_St. Elisabeths Hospital. WADE SUMPTER. He is survived by » devoted wife, one daughter, one sister, one brother and'a host of other relative: and friends. Remains may be viewee Friday, May 19. after 8 p.m.. at Wm T. & Ruth B. Tolbert’s Funersl Horn 1308 6th *t. n.w.. where funeral service: win be held Saturday. May 20. at I p.m Interment in Payne's Cemetery. • Mrs. Fenner's Funeral Today at Arlington Funeral services were to be held today for Mrs. Edward B. Fenner, 74, widow of Rear Admiral Edward Blaine Fenner, in Arlington Cem etery. Mrs. Fenner died recently in Rochester, N. Y„ where she had been residing since the death of her husband in 1943. Admiral Fenner was com mandant of the Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and 13th Naval Districts respectively. 1 —— ■ i i I — .a. Bratljfl THOMAS. CHARLES E. On Wednesday, May 1J. 195o. at the Montgomery Count/ General Hospital. CHARLES E THOMAS. He leaves two daughters. Mrs. Blanche Lincoln and Mrs. Alta Riggs one aon. Charles M Thomas. Also surviving art nine grandchildren, fire great-granochll dren. two brothers. William H. and Phillip Thomas: nieces and nephews and a host i of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the residence of Edward Riggs. Norwood rd., Norwood. Md.. after 5 P.m. Saturday. May 20. Funeral Sunday. May 21. at 12 noon from the Sharp Street Church. Sandy Spring. Md.. Rev. Henry Davis officiating. Interment church cem etery Services by Snowden A Davis. 20 \ THOMPSON. JOHN B. On Thursday. May I ix. 1950. at Sibley Hospital JOHN B. THOMPSON of 944 Shepherd st. n.w., beloved father of John C.. Harvey H.. Jesse N.. Case] D. and Harry S. Thomp son: Mrs Sadie E Hall. Mrs. Edna M. Kenny and Mrs. Maude L Kuiter. Re mains resting at the W. W. Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w. Funeral notice later. 21 TRACEY. ELLEN NORA. On Thursday. May 18. 1050. ELLEN NORA TRACEY of 411 Buchanan st. n.w., beloved wife of the late Thomas J Tracey, mother of John E. Tracey. Mrs. Florence E. Clemens and Richard T. Tracey. Fu neral from the James T. Ryan Funeral Home. :U7 Pa ave. s.e., on Monday, May 22. at in am High requiem mass at St Gabriel's Church at 10:110 a m. Rel atives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 21 TYLER. LUCY. Entered Into eternal rest on Tuesday May 10. 1950. at her resi dence. 4427 E st s.e.. LUCY TYLER, molher-in-law of the late Norris W Ross, devoted aunt of Mrs. Lucy Simon. A host of other relatives and friends also survive. Remains resting at the John T. Rhlnes & Co. Funeral Home. 3rd and Eye ats. s.w.. where relatives and friends may call on Friday. May J9. after 4 p.m. Fu neral Saturday. May 20, at 12 noon. Rev. J H. Randolph officiating. Inter ment Harmony Cemetery. 19 VAUGHN. HARRY. On Thursday, May 18. 1950. HARRY VAUGHN of 1222 Sumner rd. s.e., husband of Hattie Vauahn, father of John Vaughn, stepson of Mrs. Eva Vaughn, brother of Willie Vaughn. Also surviving are other rela tives and many friends. Friends may call at the Carver Memorial Funeral Home. 29-31 H at n.w. Funeral services will be held on Saturday. May 20. at 1 p.m., at the Bible Way Church. 1130 New Jersey ave. n.w. Interment Sumter, S C. WALLACE, MILTON LEE. On May 18. 1115*1. nt Olenn Dale Sanitarium. MIL TON LEE WALLACE, beloved husband of Grace Mary Wallace and father of Edgar E. Dorothv Virginia Margaret Loraine. Shirley Ann and Mary Lou Wallace. Services at the Birch Funeral Home. .'1034 M st. n.w.. Saturday. May 20, at 2 p.m. Interment Washington Memorial Park Cemetery. WALSH. WILLIAM G. On Wednesday, May 17. 1950. at Georgetown University Hospital. WILLIAM G. WALSH, beloved husband of the late Minnie F. Walsh. Funeral from the George W. Wise Co Fu neral Home. 29)10 M st. n.w., on Satur day. May 20. at 9 a.m Requiem mass at Holy Trinity Church at 9:30 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Savage. Md. 19 WATERS. RAYMOND. On Thursday. May 18. 1950. at Mount Alto Hospital, RAY MOND WATERS, husband of Mrs. Anna Mae Waters, father of Carole Waters, son of James and Amanda Watera. brother of Ralph. Edward. Paul. Mildred and Dorothy Waters. He also leaves two nephewa. two nieces and other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church. 1432 You st. n.w.. after 10 a.m. Sunday, May 21. Funeral services Monday, May 22. at 1:30 p.m.. at the above funeral church. Rev. G. T. Long officiating Relatives and friends invited. Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. 21 WILLIAMS. HERBERT (HERDIE). Of 1204 11th st. s.e., brother of John H. William* and Mrs. Harry Linton. Serv ices at Chambers' Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Saturday. May 20. at 11:30 a.m. Interment Cedar Hill Ceme tery. 19 In HUmnrfam BECKLEY. DR. EDGAR R. We pause in memory ol Dr. EDGAR R, BECKLEY. who departed this life one year ago to day. May 19. 1949. To live in the heart* we leave behind is not to die._ THE FAMILY. ♦ CARTER. WILLIAM HALE (NICK). A loving tribute in memory of my husband. WILLIAM HALE (NICK) CARTER, on hla birthday, May 10. 1950. Soldier, rest! Thy warfare o’er. Dream of fighting fields no more; Sleep the sleep that knows no breaking Morn of toil, nor night of waking. _ ROSE. • DORSEY. JULIA F.i COLLINS, LUCY. Sacred to the memory of our dear moth er. JULIA F. DORSEY, who left us thirty years ago today. May 10, 1920. and our aunt. LUCY COLLINS, fourteen years ago. May 10. 1936 Anniversary mass at St. Cyprian's Church. Your sweet smiles we cannot aee, Bui let this little token show We still remember thee. LOVING DAUGHTERS AND NIECES. __MAGGIE AND MARY._• HOLMES. LUCINDA M. In loving mem ory of my devoted mother. LUCINDA M. HOLMES, who left me four years ago today, May 19. 1946. To me you have not passed away. Nor have you traveled far. But entered God's most lovely room And left the door a.iar. DEVOTED DAUGHTER. DORA. » KOONCE. MORRISSEY 8. My love and cherished memories are with you today and every day. YOUR WIFE. MARGARET. » MARTIN. ENSIGN ALVIN RAY. U. S. N. I^fl In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Ensign ALVIN RAY MARTIN. U. S. N.. who was killed on Hainan Island five years ago today, May 19. 1945. In our hearts we like to stray Along the road of yesterday. To live again In memory The happy days that used to be. To bear you laugh, to see you smile. To talk with you a little while; We love to linger on the way That leads us back to yesterday. MOM. DAD AND EDDIE. * rr air rate, aihiki. in loving memory of our father-tn-law and father. ALBERT PFEIFFER, who passed away nine years ago today. May 19. 1941. Gone, but not forgotten, MR. AND MRS. J. E. McKENNA. « SACCHINO. BETTY JEAN. In memory of our dear daughter and sister. BETTY JEAN SACCHINO, who passed away three years ago today. May 19. 1947. We miss you more as the days go by. Our love for you will never die; We think and wonder if you’re near And hope that you will never fear. We loved you. Betty, so very much. Wc know that God has trust in us; The world Is full of funny things. But It cannot change our dreams. We'll remember your face so true, No one can take the place of you; Three years have passed since you ve gone away. But we'll be together again some day. HER MOTHER. FATHER. SISTERS. BRENDA. LORRAINE. MARY LOUISE; BROTHER RICHARD. AND NIECE. JO ANN SWIETZER.___• SACCHINO. BETTY JEAN. In sad but loving memory of our dear granddaugh ter and niece, who departed this life tljree years ago today. May 19. 1947. We hurried to your bedside. Betty. When they phoned us you were ill: We prayed to God to make you well If such should be His will. But It was not God’s will. Batty, That you should suffer pain. For this world would seem like Heaven. Oh. if we only had you back again. But with one last hope we have in view. And this we know Is true. Betty, you can never come to us. But we can come to you. Sleep on. dear Betty, and take your rest. We all know that God knew best. NANNIE. FLIP. DOTTIE AND VIROINIA, SMITH. MARGARET S. In loving remen£ brance of our dear mother. MARGARET S. SMITH, who departed this life ten years ago today. May 19. 1940. Her life is a beautiful memory. Her absence Is a silent grief; She is asleep in God's beautiful garden. In the sunshine of perfect peace. DEVOTED CHILDREN. SARAH, CHARLES, WILLIAM AND ROSA. WALKER. ELLA. In loving memory of my mother. ELLA WALKER, who left me fourteen years ago today. May 19, 1936. May sweet rest be thtne. DEVOTED DAUGHTER. FLORENCE TUR NER.i* M'ORMLEY. QEORGE F. (BUBY). In lov ing memory of our dear son and brother. GEORGE F. (RUBY! WORMLEY, who de farted this life twelva ytars ago. May 9. 1938. Wa'll wait for God's own time to lift the cross we bear, to meet you. Love makes memory eternal. LOVING MOTHER AND FATHER, BIB TERS AND BROTHERS.• CLAGE' MEMOR1A 302New Ham r/ MW' , MirKXJRftmYV Memoriau-Tor Immediate-Erection In-all-Cemeteriej - OPEN-JUKQAYf I Arlington Rites Set For Dr. Robin Gould, Former Pastor Here Graveside services for the Rev. Dr. Robin Gould. 62. former pastor of the Francis Asbury Methodist Church here, were to be held this afternoon in Arlington Cem etery. Dr. Gould was found dead Wednesday morning in the parsonage of Me C a be Me morial Meth odist Church in W i 1 m i n gton. Del., where he had been pastor since 1947. Death was at tributed to a Dr- G,,“ heart attack. The pastor headed the Francis Asbury Church from 1938 to 1944. While here he marked his 30th anniversary in the ministry in 1943. Dr. Gould was born in Las Vegas. N. Mex., where his father was a newspaper publisher. The future minister first turned to writing and was a member of the initial graduating class in journal ism at the University of Missouri, his family said. Before entering the ministry in 1913, Dr. Gould had worked for the El Paso Herald and the St. Louis Post Dispatch. He received his doctor of divinity degree from Central College. Fayette. Mo. ur. uouia came to wasnmgton from a pastorate in Clinton, Okla., but most of his ministerial career was spent in churches in Missouri. A chaplain in World War I, he was State chaplain for the Ameri can Legion in Missouri for 15 years after the war and at one time served as captain in the Missouri National Guard’s 128th Field Artillery. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Katherine Warren Gould; a daughter. Mrs. Virgel Dente, jr„ of Hannibal, Mo., and two sons, Warren Gould, of 2900 block Connecticut avenue N. W., a third year journalism student at George Washington University, and Robin Gould, jr.. of 5525 Kansas avenue N. W., a musician. Milton Paul William Rites Today in New York City Funeral services for Milton Paul William, 39, General Services Ad ministration official, were to be held today in New York City. Burial was to be at Montiflore Cemetery, Long Island. Mr. William, who has lived at Greenbelt, Md., since 1942, died early yesterday in Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, after an ill ness of several months. He had been in Government service since 1942. Before becom ing organization and methods analyst for GSA, he worked with the Army Specialists Corps, the Officer Procurement Service and the War Assets; Administration. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Ray William, and three sons, Lawrence, 8; Michael. 4, and Daniel, 2, all of 4-C Ridge road, Greenbelt. Mrs. Anna C. Pitts Dies; Mother of Priest Mrs. Anna C. Pitts, 63. a life long resident of Washington and mother of the Rev. Samuel A. Pitts, died Wednesday in her home, 1415 Montague street N.W., after a long illness. Mrs. Pitts was the widow of Samuel A. Pitts, a building con tractor who died in 1934. She was bom in the District and attended what is now Notre Dame Academy here. For many years, she was a member of the Sodality of Holy Name Church, Eleventh and K streets N.E., and at the time of her death, she be longed to the Church of the Na tivity. In addition to her son, who is at St. Joseph's Preparatory School in Philadelphia, she is survived by a daughter. Miss Catherine Pitts, with whom she lived. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow and mass will be said by her son at 11 am. in the Church of the Nativity. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mexico Keeps Draft Mexico has decided to retain the compulsory military service plan under which each year thousands of 18-year-olds are selected by lot to serve one year Rites to Be Held Tomorrow For Peter Mathias, 74 Funeral services for Peter Ma thias. 74. Washington waiter for the last 20 years, will be held at 11 am. tomorrow at Lee's funeral home. Fourth street and Massa ! cusetts avenue N.E. Burial will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Mr. Mathias died Saturday in St. Petersburg, Fla. He had been i in ill health for the past three : years. Born in Alsace-Lorraine, he came to this country about 55 years ago and became a waiter in hotels throughout the country. He came to Washington 20 years ago and had served in most of the hotels here. He is survived by a son. Charles Mathias of San Francisco. Erickson's Transfer Of Oil Land to Costello Under Intensive Probe •y th« Auociatad Pnu NEW YORK. May 19.—The dis trict attorney’s office yesterday won possession of secret records showing an unexplained transfer of valuable oil properties from Prank Erickson, big-time gambler, to another reputed top gambling figure. Prank Costello. General Sessions Judge John A. Mullen said these oil properties "could be used as a resource for their gambling operations.” Judge Mullen ruled that the records—seized in a raid on Erick son’s Park avenue headquarters— could be used in a grand jury in vestigation into the activities of Erickson, who recently admitted to a Senate committee that his annual turnover as a bookmaker is $12.5 million. Checking on Testimony. In Washington, the Senate gam bling investigators disclosed that they are checking Erickson’s tes timony to see if there is ground for perjury proceedings. Erickson told the Senators he, and Costello have « joint interest in some Texas oil wells. Other wise, the portly bookmaker said, “he (Costello) don’t do business with me.” In the New York proceedings Assistant District Attorney Alfred J. Scotti told Judge Mullen "it is a well established fact that Frank Costello and Frank Erickson have been close associates for a good many years.” Some Papers Returned. Judge Mullen ordered some per sonal papers returned to Erickson but allowed the district attorney’s office to keep records relating to the oil transactions as well as a number of other documents. Mr. Scotti said the records showed Erickson has oil properties in Wise, Schleicher and Jones Counties, Tex., and Love and Payne Counties, Okla. The prosecutor produced a letter dated August 29, 1949, and said it was written by Erickson to James P. Breuil, Buffalo, N. Y., “attention Marie Thomas Ott.’’ The letter said: “Enclosed assignment covering one-quarter interest owned by Prank Erickson in 154-acre Hal man lease. Wise County, Texas, requests that this one-quarter interest be reassigned to the following persons: "Piank Costello, 115 Central Park West, 4/48; George Uffner, 419 East 57th street, 4/48; Leonard J. Erickson. 487 Park avenue, 1/48; balance, 3 48, to remain in name of Pi ank Erickson.” No further details were given. | --- John J. Higgins Dies; Sears, Roebuck Pioneer ■y the Atsociat a Prott CHICAGO, May 19.—John J. Higgins, 77, a retired executive of Sears, Roebuck & Co., and one of the early builders of the mail-order concern, died yester day of a heart attack. He suf fered the attack as he left a church in suburban River Forest. Mr. Higgins retired in 1930 as vice president, secretary and au ditor of the company after serv ing more than 30 years. He was born in Liverpool, England, and came to Chicago at the age. of 11. ’ I—— ■ IT’S A KNOWN FACT I ...CHAMBERS IS THE I MOST OUTSTAHOIHQ W. W. Clwafctn, Jf. ■ UNDERTAKER! ww.„ I It's o known foct too, that Chambers' complete funerals are low-priced like the one shown here which includes hearse, two limousines and the avail able 60 services. *95 Complete funerals ~ from *96 le *2,000 C. J. Montgomery, 79, Dies; Was Active in Fraternal Societies Charles J. Montgomery. 79. re tired Naval Gun Factory machinist and an active member of fraternal organizations here, died Wednes day at Providence Hospital. He lived at 310 Fifteenth street 8 E. Mr. Montgomery had been in failing health, his family said, since his 4-year-old great grand son, Johnnie Stibli. died under the wheels of a truck on March 27 at Seventeenth street and Massachu setts avenue S.E. A lifelong resident of Washing ton, Mr. Montgomery attended St. Peter s Parochial School. During his more than 30 years' Govern ment service he was first employed at St. Elizabeth's Hospital and then at the Naval Gun Factory. He retired 15 years ago. Mr. Montgomery was a charter member of Carroll Council No. 377, Knights of Columbus and was grand knight of the council when it celebrated its golden jubi lee in 1948. He also belonged to Washington General Assembly, Fourth Degree. K. of C., and the Order of the Alhambra. A parish ioner of the Holy Comforter Church, he was a member of the Holy Name Society there and the Manresa Retreat League. An active member of the Elks Lodge No. 15 here, he had for merly served a number of years as chaplain of that organization. Surviving are a daughter. Mrs. Mary A. Spalding of the Fifteenth street address; a brother. William R. Montgomery. 1245 U street S.E., and two sisters, Mrs. Mary E. Hell of Baltimore, and Mrs. Anna Deal of North Beach. Five grandchil dren and seven great grandchil dren also survive. Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. tomorrow at the Holy Com forter Church. Burial will be in' Congressional Cemetery. Mrs. P. Frank Price Dies; Brought YWCA to China fty fH# At tooNd Prtti FLORENCE, S. C.. May 19 — Mrs. P. Frank Price. 94. organizer of the first YWCA in China where she was a Presbyterian missionary for 53 years, died here yesterday. Her husband, whom she mar ried while he also was doing mis sionary work in China, was mod erator of the Southern Presby terian Church in 1936. He sur vives. with four sons. She organized the first YWCA in China in 1910. Mrs. Price was chosen as the South Carolina mother of the year in 1943. She and Dr. Price moved here in 1941 when they were retired as missionaries. The sons are Dr. Frank W. Price of Shanghai, a Presbyterian missionary: Dr. Philip B. Price, professor of surgery at the Uni versity of Utah; Dr. Julian P. Price. Florence pediatrician, and Harry B. Price, member of the EC A staff in Washington. Funeral services were to be held at 3 p.m. today in the Florence First Presbyterian Church. Com mittal services will take place to morrow in the Lexington tVa.i Presbyterian Church, with burial in the Stonewall Jackson Ceme tery there. Mayfair in Kensington Will Open Tomorrow The third annual Mayfair will be held tomorrow and Saturday at Christ Episcopal Church, Ken sington, Md. It is patterned after an English county fair. There will be shops with thatched roofs, pony rides for children, a magic show, mari onette show, maypole dance, mu sic and square dancing. The Mayfair will be open from 3:30 to 10 p.m. today, and from 2 to 10 p.m. tomorrow. If free of bacteria, milk will keep almost indefinitely. Jimmy Ross, Famed As Puppeteer, Dies I, *• BALTIMORE. May 19 —Jimmy Ross, a Virginia farm boy who rose to fame as a puppeteer, died here yesterday at the age at 75. He had been in ill health since hla wife died two years ago. Mr. Ross had an unusual rise. One day the freckled-face farm boy discovered he could walk a barbed-wire fence with ease So he learned about tight ropes and slack ropes, and picked up a juggling act. He began a precarious living on the road, billed as Professor Ros ella. Spaff Hyman, veteran magi cian and puppeteer, took an inter est in him and. because of ad vanced age. gave his dolls to the adopted apprentice and taught Mr. Ross the art of manipulating the strings. In 1911. a hot-air balloon ad vertising his trapese act here be came entangled in telegraph wires.. Mr. Ross climbed a pole to free the balloon and touched a power line that gave him a 2,700-volt shock. He was knocked to the ground and suffered two broken legs, a fractured arm. and other injuries. He switched to puppets and fame, moving the act in 1914 to Young's Million Dollar Pier in At lantic City, with frequent excur sions to other cities. His fans included President Theodora Roosevelt. Cardinal Gibbons and many others. 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