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ACK1S, ALICE. On Sunday, August 6.
1950, ALICE ACKIS ol 318 New York ave. n.w , beloved mother of James and Frederick Jordan, grandmother of Joyce Ronald and James Jordan, sister of Gladys Peterson. Rose Logan. Mattie Tur i, ner and Mamie Roy, niece of Willie. Stella and Stanley Underwood and Eva Jordan. She also leaves other relatives and friends. Friends may caU at the W. Ernest Jarvis •>> Funeral Church. 1432 U st. n.w.. after 10 a.m. Thursday. August 10. Funeral aervlces Friday. August 11, at 1 pm. at the Macedonia Baptist Church. Flint Hill. Va., Rev. T. Proctor officiating Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Flint Hill Cemetery . 10 ! ALLEN. THOMAS E. Suddenly on Mon day. August 7, 1950, at his residence, • THOMAS E. ALLEN of 1428 Brentwood rd n.e., father ot James Medford Allen, > Jacksonville, Fla.; Ferry B. Allen, Sa ' vannah, Ua.i Mrs. Henry M. Fliedner, Miss Constance M. Allen and Charles T. Allen of this city; brother of Mrs. Charles W. Leheu. Washington, D. C.; John B. Allen, Pittsburgh, Pa.; also three grandchilaren. Sarah Louise Allen. Anne W. Fliedner. Washington. D. C„ and Wade Lee Allen, Jacksonville. Fla. Serv ices at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14tn st. n.w., on Wednesday, Au gust 9. at 11 a.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 8 ARNOLD, MALCOLM LAMONT. On Au gust b, 1950. st Danville. 111., husband of Julia Saunders Arnold; father ol An i nette, Robert and Evelyn Arnold; son of Malcolm M. and Florence J. Arnold; brother of Mrs. Edgar Padgett. Mrs. L. J. Lamb. Mrs. J R. Falrweather. Laverne. Janice and Wayne M. Arnola. Services at Chambers Funeral Home. 517 11th st. , i.t.. on Thursday. August 10. at 12 noon. • Interment Arlington National Cemetery. BATSON, FRANCIS E. On Sunday. August « fi, 1950. at Doctor's Hospital, FRANCIS E BATSON of 4319 Eliicott st. n.w. beloved nusband ol Margaret C. Batson.; brother ox Miss Mary D , Heitry H., Koyai j A Batson ol Washington. D. C. Services' • at the S H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14tn st. n.w.. on Wednesday, August 9. at 12 noon Interment Arlington Na ional Cemetery. 8 BATSON, FRANCIS E. A special com munication of Washington Centennial Lodge No. 14, F. A. A. M., is called for 11 a.m Wednesday. August 9,1 1950. lor the purpose ol con ducting the last Masonic rites for our late brother FRANCIS E BATSON. All members are urged to *U'na WILLARD H. PAYNE, Master. Attest LELANB W. WARNER. Sr., Secy. BILLINGSLEY, EMMA F. On Sunday. Au gust 8. 1950, EMMA F\ BILLINGSLEY, at the residence of her daughter. 723 Madison st. n.w., beloved wile ol the late Leslie O. Billingsley. She is survived by four daughters and one son and Id grandchildren. Services at the • S H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th i • st. n.w.. on Wednesday. August 9, at j , 1 p.m Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 8 • BOONE. THEOPHLUS. On Saturday, July • 29, 1950. of 2120 P st. n.w.. member oi Barbers' Union Local Number '.39. Washington. D. C. Services at Chambers Funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w , on Thursday. August 10. at 10 am In • terment Washington National Cemetery. ; BRISCOE, HARRY WILLIAM. Suddenly on Saturday, August j. 1950. a; hit \ residence. 1009 3d st. s.w., HARRY W. BRISCOE, nusband of Mrs Geneva Briscoe, devoted father of Laura Butler. Minnie Briscoe. Joseph. William and Frank Briscoe He also ieaves to mourn their loss, a sister, brother, other rela tives ana a host of friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhlnes & Co. Funeral Home. 3d and Eye sts. s.w . where relatives and friends may call Wednesday. August 9. after 5 p.m. Fu neral Thursday. August 10. at 2 p.m.. the Rev Brown officiating. Interment Payne's Cemetery. 8 BROWN, DR. EMMANUEL A. On Tuesday. f August 8, 1950. at George Washington! Hospital. DR EMMANUEL A. BROWN j 0 1 1301 15th st. n.w.. beloved husband ol1 Helen P. Brown, brother of Leon Brown of New York City. Remains resting ai the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 | 14th st. n.w. Services and interment: private. COLBERT. EUSEBIA (DORT>. Departed this life Saturday. August 5. 1950,1 EUSEBIA COLBERT of 1410 Fioiida ave. | n.w,. daughter oi the late Griffin and Ellen Johnson. She leaves to mourn: their loss, her husband. John Colbert; three sisters. Sallic Bangs. Mary Brown, and Clara Andrews ol New York; one: brother. James J. Johnson of New Yor.t; i nieces, nephews and a nost ol friends. After 3 p.m.. Wednesday August 9,1 friends may call at Frasier's Funeral Home. 389 R. 1. ave. n.w., where funeral j services will be held on Thursday. August 10. at 1 p.m. Interment Payne Ceme tery. 9 DONOGHL E. CATHERINE G. On Sunday.. August b, 1951J. CATHERINE G. DON- j OGLE tnee Dillon), beloved wife of the | late Nicholas E. Donognue and motner | 01 Mrs. Margaret M. Norris. Mrs. Cath-1 errne B. Porter. Nicholas. Patrick and(: John Donoghue. Funeral from the Tim otny Hanion Funeral Home. 3831 Geor gia ave. n.w.. on Thursday. August 10. at 9:30 a.m. High reuuiem mass at holy trinity Churcn at lo am. Inter-: ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 9 FLEMING. HENRY C. On August 5.1 19o0, HENRY c. rLEMING Or 3003 1 Rock Creca Church ra. n.w., hus- j band ol Uaella Fleming and zatner ol I William c. Fleming and udeila Mae I Froudfoot Services at Chambers runeia*! Home. 1400 chap-n st. n.w.. on Weanes-, day, August 9. at 1 p.m. Interment zu imgton national Cemetery. » FLEMION. MARTIN A. On Tuesday. Au-' gust 8, 1950, MARTIN A. FLKM10N. pl oOl9 Eamouston ave.. Roger Reignts. Md.. beloved husband ol hazel P. Flemion ana father of Martin A.. Jr.. Phillip a.. Ron ald A.. Gerald F.. Virginia A Mary 8. and Merlin J. Flemion. Friends may call ai William J. Nalley s F uneral Home, 3200 Rhode Island ave. at Eastern ave. n e. Funeral on Thursday. August 10. at 9:15 a m., thence to Fort Myer Cnapcl where mass will be oflered at 10 a m. lor the repose of his soul. Relatives and friends invited. Intermeut Arlington Na tional Cemetery. 9 : GRABILL. FLORENCE LILLIAN. Oa Sun day. August 6. 1950. FLORENCE LILLIAN j GRABILl of 10 New York ave., Takoma park. Mo., beloved wife of Lee R. Grabill; mother oi Mrs. Ethel Crawlord and J Fi. Hazara. Remains resting at the S H. Hines Co Funeral Home. 2901 14tn st. n.w. Services on Wednesday. August 9. at 2 p.m irom Takoma Fark Baptist Church. Aspen and Piney Branch rd. In terment Rock Creek Cemetery. fe GRANGER. ROY V. On Sunday. August 8. 1950 at the United Stales Navalj Hospital ROY P. GRANGER of 034 East Capitol st., beloved husband of Kathryn j <nee McCioskeyl Granger and father ol Louis R Granger; son of the late Louis R. »nd Mrs. Grace L. Granger, brother of Miss Sennie Granger. Friends may call at the Wastler Funeral Home. 3ol East Capitol st., where funeral aervlces will be held on Wednesday, August 9. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. - Philadelphia papers please copy. 8 GREENE. RUTH CONWAY, on Friday. August 4. 1950, In St. Louis, Mo , RUTH CONWAY GREENE, devoted wife of Ar thur Greene, mother of Arthur, jr.; Ruth. Phyllis. Daisy and Robert Greene; slater of Esther MacCalla. Ewell and Mercer Conway. Sarah Chew. Bernetta Brown and Marla Lum. Funeral services and burial to be in St. Louis, Mo. 9 BALL, JAMES. Departed this life on Sun day. August 6. 1950. at his residence. 34 Logan pi. n,w„ JAMES HALL, husband of the late Nellie Poney Hall, brother-in-law of Mrs. Annie Desnert. He also leaves a devoted friend. Ella Scott, and other frlend6. Friends may call after 4 p.m.. Tuesday. August 8. at Ralph Barbour s Funeral Home, 48 K st. n.e.. where fu neral services will be held Wednesday. August 9 at 1:30 p.m. Interment Payne's Cemetery. HARRIS. EANE. On Friday. August 4 1950. at Georgetown Hospital He leaves to mourn their loss, a loving mother, j Clarice Harris; father. Chauncey Harris; j three brothers, one sister, a host of rela tives and many friends. Remains rest- i lng at Horton's Mortuary at 1322 You st. n.w.. where funeral services will be held August 9. 1950, at 11 a m. Rev. Shield officiating. Interment Poolesville. Md HONESTY, PERCY. On Friday. August 4, 1950. at Garfield Hospital, PERCY HONESTY, beloved son of Mrs. Hattie Honesty, father of Doris Gardner and Evelyn Roberts, brother of Sadie Evans and Beatrice Jackson. He also leaves other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church. 1432 You st. n.w., after 10 am. Wednesday, August 9 Funeral services Thursday August 10, at 3 p.m.. at the above funeral church, the Rev. Augustus Lewis officiating. Relatives and friends invited Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery 9 FUNERAL DIRECTORS. FRANK GEIER'S SON'S CO. 3605 14th ST. N.W. TUCKERMAN 2326 NEW ENLARGED PARLORS Formerly at 1118 ?th St. N.W. Established 18.~>1_ v. I. speake co. Neither successor to nor connected with the original W. R Spearc establishment. 1009 H St. N.W, Nat&892 J. William Lee’s Sons Co. Crematorium FUNERAL DIRECTOR 4th and Mass. Ave. N.E. LI. 3-5200 FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. C. SHAFFER, INC. Expressive Floral Tributes. Moderate prices. Open dally. Sun., holidays. Phone orders also accepted. 6:30 to 9 p.m. week i nights. 900 14th St, N.W.. NA. 0106 GUDE BROS. CO. Charge Accounts Opened by Phone Individually Designed Wreaths and Sprays ! 1'U'i F St. N.W., NAtional 447(» C. & C. FLOWER STORES FLORAL SPRAYS, $3.95 UP DELIVERED Charge Accounts Invited 808 14th St, N.W, ME. 7433 Blackistone, Inc. ,407Dm3<£w BEAUTIFUL FLORAL TRIBUTES, $5 up Phone and Charge It 0ratt|B JACKSON, ERNESTINE DANDRIDGE. On Saturday. August 5, 1960, ERNESTINE DANDRIDGE JACKSON, beloved wile ot William A Jackson, mother ol Louise irtell and Arnold Sonny Jackson, grand mother ol Alvin Jackson, aunt of Harry Dandridge. niece of Mrs. Naomi Graham. The late Mrs. Jackson will rest at the res idence of her aunt. 319 L st. n.e.. after 4 p.m., Tuesday Funeral Wednesday. August 9, at Mount Olive Baptist Church, tith st. between L and M sts. n.e.. at 1 p.m. Rev. I. D Richards officiating. Inter ment Harmony Cemetery. Services by Stewart. 8 JACKSON, LUCILLE J. On Friday. August I, 1950. LUCILLE J. JACKSON ol 114 W st. n.w., loving mother of Ruth Wesley, Mamie Jackson. Elizabeth Winslow. Ro bertha Coram and Carolyn Jackson; grand mother of Vivian Perry and James Wes ley, jr.; great-grandmother of Patricia Perry. Sidney and James Wesley. Other relatives and friends also survive. After 4 p.m. Tuesday. August S, friends may call at her late residence. Funeral Wed nesday. August 9. at 1 p.m., from Frazier'* Funeral Home. 389 R I. ave, n w. In terment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 8 JOHNSON. EUGENE. On Monday. August 7, 1950. EUGENE JOHNSON of 807 2nd st n.w.. husband of Edna Johnson; brother of Washington. Henson. Alfred and Julia Johnson. A host of other rela tives and friends survive also. After 2 p.m . Thursday. August 10. friends may call at Frazier's Funeral Home. 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w.. where funeral services will be held on Friday. August II. at 1 p.m. Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. 10 KNEESSI, MARY A. The officers and members of Ruth Chapter No. 1. O. E S . arc requested to attend the funeral services for our late sister. MARY A. KNEESSI. on Wednesday eve-1 nlng August 9. 1959. at the S H Hines Co Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. ,at 7:4.7 p.m THELMA M. WAGNER. Worthy Matron A. MARGARET KNOTT, Secy. 9 KEWELL. JAMES HARRY. Of 3100 Wis consin ave. n.w.. on August 8. 1950. hus band ot Ethe! Copperthlte Kewell and lather of Harry S.. Andrew J. Copper thite. Services at Chambers Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. on Thurs day, August 10. at 8 p.m. Interment Walnut Grove Cemetery. Meridian. Conn. 9 KING. MADELINE. At 632 Jefferson st. n.w . August 6, 1950. mother of Patricia Ann. Mary Diane. Adalaide F., William C. Dawn B . Marie V.. Carol L. King, and daughter of William C and Anna E. Cambrey. and sister of William G. Cambrey Prayers at the above residence on Thursday. August 10. 1950, at 8:30 am Mass at the Nativity Catholic Church 6900 13th st. n.w.. at 9 am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Serv ices by Chambers. 8 KNEESSI, MARY A. On Monday. August 7, 1 }*.">.». at Providence Hospital. MARY A. KNEESSI. H3(JO l*th st. n.w., beloved wife of tile late Frederick W. Kneessi; mother of Mrs. Joi n McKay of Silver Spring. Md.. Charlc- H. Kneessi of Sil ver Spring. Md.: frifd K. and George J. Kneessi oi Wa&hinsion. D. C.: John A. Kneessi of Arlington. Va. Services at the S H Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Thursday. Au gust 1» . at 2’ p.m. Interment Rock Cretk Cemetery. 9 KNOX. REV. insists SIMPSON. On Sun day. August »). l95o. at Arlington County, Hospital kEV. ULYSSES SIMPSON KNOX, of 5054 North 6ih st.. Arlington. Va j beloved husband of Bessie M. Knox ana, father o: the Rev. Weston W. Knox of Richmond Va.: Herbert C. Knox of Falls Church. Va.. and the Rev. Kenneth W. Kno' of Kensington. Md. He is also survived by four grandchildren. Re mains resting at Pearson’s Funeral Home. 472 No. Washington st.. Falls Church. Va.. until 1 p.m on Tuesday. August 8. thence to Bon Air Baptist Church Ar lington. Va.. where remains will rest un-1 til 8 p.m. Funeral services from Colum bia Baptist Church. Falls Church. Va.. on Wednesday. August 9. at 10 a.m. In terment New Castle. Del. 9 KNOX. REV. t\ S. A special communica tion of Kemper Lodge. No. 04, A. F. and A. M.. is hereby called for Wednesday. August 9. 1950. at 9 a m at the i Masonic Temple. East Falls Church. Va.. for the purpose of conducting Masonic burial services for our late brother. REV. U. S KNOX CREED W. MIN EAR. Master. P. WT. LEE Secretary. ..OCKE. MARTHA. On Sunday. August 6. 1950. at her residence. 1008 20th st. n w\. MARTHA LOCKE, wife of the late War ren R Locke, mother of Mrs. Pauline Hall, sister of Mrs. Margaret Carroll and Mrs. Anna Sommervillc. She also leaves a grandchild. Mrs Pauline Rose, and two great grandchildren. Friends may call after 5 p.m.. Tuesday. August 8. 1950, at Boyd's Funeral Home. 1238 2oth st. n.w. Funeral Wednesday. Au gust 9. at 9 a m., from Epiphany Church. 2712 Dumbarton ave. n.w. • iOEBL. LOUIS. On August 8. 1950. LOUIS LOEBL. husband of the late Rose Loebl. Funeral services at the Bernard Danzansky & Son Funeral Home. 3501 14th st. n.w.. on August 10. at 11 a m. Interment private. 9 MARTIN, CHARLES E. On Sunday Au gust V). at Gallincer Hospital. CHARLES E. MARTIN, beloved son cf Robert Mar tin of Tooytown. Md. He leaves two sisters. Dorothy Lucas and Bertha Mar tin. 2 brothers. William and Robert Martin, jr.. and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the Snowf deu Sc Davis Funeral Home, Rockville. Md.. after 0 p.m. Tuesday. August «, where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m Wednesday. August 9. Inter ment Tobytown. Md. MAYS. JAmEs LEWIS. On Friday. Au gust 4. 1950. JAMES LEWIS xMAYS of 1911 R st. n.w., son of William H. Mays; brother of Mrs. Mabel Harris. Mrs. Rosa Johnson. William and Charles Mays and Sherman Hall; uncle of Gertrude Jones. Biliy, Jim and Edward Mays After 3 p.m.. Tuesday. August 8. friends may call at Frazier s Funeral Home. 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w.. where' funeral services will be held on Wednesday. August 9. at 10 a.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. £ JitGURE, JOSEPH B. On Saturday. Au gust 3. 1950. at United States Naval Hospital. JOSEPH B. McGUIRE of 1352 Girard st n.e.. beloved husband of Ruth L. McGuire and father of Joseph L. McGuire Also surviving are two sisters, Mis." Clara McGuire and Mrs. Jestinc Johnson, other relatives and many friends. After in a.m. Wednesday, friends are invited to call at the McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th st. n.w.. where services will be held Thursday. August in. at 10 a.m. Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. 0 NELSON. MARY'. On Saturday. August 5. 1950, MARY NELSON of 2522 Eye st n.w.. wife of Alfred Nelson; mother of Henry. William. Albert and Julia Nelson. Margaret Jackson and Sarah Reynolds grandmother of Georgia Day. Leona Frost. Bobby and Raymond Nelson. Thirteen great-grandchildren also survive. Friends may call at her late residence after 5 pm Tuesday. Funeral from the Second Baptist Church. Falls Church. Va.. Wed nesday. August 9. Services by Malvan 4s Schey • PATTEN. FLORENCE M. On Sunday, August f>, 1950, at Providence Hospital. FLORENCE M. PATTEN, the beloved mother of Mrs. Mary L 8mith. Mrs. Estelle F. Thorne, Mrs. Lilly Mae Val-1 entlne and Mrs. Evelyn M. Gray. Fu neral services at the Simmons Bros. Funeral Home, 2007 Nichols ave s e on Wednesday. August 9. at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. PEAKE. JANE F. (O BANNON). On Mon day. August 7. 1950. at her residence. 11;, West Monroe ave.. Alexandria, Va.. JANE P (O’BANNONt PEAKE, wife of the late Joseph M. Peake, mother of Mrs. John L. Arnold. Mrs. W. G Middleton. Miss Rose Peake. J. Fred and Neville H. Peake Friends may call at the Demaine Funeral Home. 520 So. Washington st.. Alexandria, where services will be held on Wednesday. August 9. at 11 a m. Inter ment private. The Plains. Va. 9 PEARSON. Ll'ELLA NETTIE. On Sunday. August 0. 1950. at Arlington Hospital, LUELLA NETTIE PEARSON (nee Hol landbecki of 1100 North Kirkwood rd.. Arlington, Va . beloved wife of the late Thomas j. Pearson, mother of Maude B Shockey. and grandmother of Mildred L Bennett. She is also survived by one sister. Mrs. Fannie S. Duncan. Remains resting at the Ives Funeral Home, 2847 Wilson blvd., Arlington. Va., until Wed nesday. August 9, at 1 p.m., thence to Andrews Chapel. Fairfax County, Va.. where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m Interment Andrew's Chapel Cemetery.- 8 PERRON, LOUIS R. Suddenly on Monday. August 1950, at his residence. LOUIS R PERRON of 51105 Dorsett pi. n.w., beloved husband of Elizabeth F. Perron, father of Mrs. Elizabeth Lou Crosby, Washington. D. C.i brother of Joseph Perron, Washington, D. C.. and John Ridgeway Arlington. Va Services at the S H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Wednesday. August 9. at 3 p.m. Interment private. 8 PITTLEMAN, JOSEPH. On Sunday. Au gust 7. 1950, JOSEPH PITTLEMAN of 1107 Kansas ave. n.w.. beloved husband of Dora Pittleman and lather of Irving and William. He Is also survived by six grandchildren. Funeral services at the Bernard Danzansky <fc Son Funeral Home 3501 14tn st. n.w.. on Tuesday. August 8, at l p.m. Interment Beth Sholom Cemetery. 8 QUINN. WILLIAM J., SR. Of 4717 Homer ave. s.e., on August 5. 1950 husband of Theresa M. Quinn, father of William J. Jr., Joseph L. Quinn and Mrs. Donna Duncan brother of Mrs. Margaret and Jack Quinn. Prayers at Chambers Funeral Home. 517 11th st. ».e., on Wednesday, August 9, at 8:30 a.m. Mass at Mt. Calvary Church. Forest yllle, Md. at 9 a.m. Interment Wash ington National Cemetery. PIKE, DOROTHY M. On Sunday, August (i. 1950, DOROTHY M. PIKE of 841 19th st. n.e., wife of Warden H. Pike and daugnter of Mrs. Maude Nicholson of Dowagiac. Mich. Also surviving are two daugnters. Mrs. Dolores Jones and Mrs. Janice Clark; a son, Clyde Pike oi Chicago. 111.: a brother. Milton Pike of Los Angeles. Calif.: three grandchildren, other relatives and many friends. After lo a.m.. Wednesday, friends are invited, to call at the McGuire Funeral Home.1 1820 9th st. n.w. Services Thursday. August 10. at 2 p.m. at First Seventh Day Adventist Church. 024 8th st. n.e. In terment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 9 REED. MARY A. On Monday. August 7. 1950. MARY A. REED, beloved wife of the Rev. David A. Reed, mother of Wilbur C. Baughman and sister of Mrs. Margie W'alter and Mrs. Lettie M. Butler. Funeral from the W. W. Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Ga. ave. n.w.. on Wednesday. -August 9. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. Joseph Pittleman Dies; Operated Delicatessens Joseph Pittleman, 67, a retired delicatessen owner and a Washing ton resident for 35 years, died Sunday in Emergency Hospital, after a long illness. He lived at 4707 Kansas avenue N.W. Mr. Pittleman was bom in Russia. He came to the United States in 1912 and lived in Mil waukee, Wis., before coming to Washington. He owned several delicatessens here before he re tired five years ago. He was a member of Beth Sholom Congregation, Eighth and Shepherd streets N.W. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Dora Pittleman; two sons, Irving Pittleman. 5013 Seventh street N.W., and William Pittleman. 3620 Appleton street N.W., and six grandchildren. Funeral services were to be held at 1 p.m. today In the Danzan sky funeral home, 3501 Fourteenth street N.W. Burial was to be in Beth Sholom Cemetery. RILEY. MATTIE MAY. On August 7. 1950. of 2211 Minnesota *ve. s.e . widow of William Riley, sister of Mrs. Lee Pugh of Batesville. Va. Prayers at Chambers Funeral Home. 51" 11th st. s.e., on Thursday. August 10 at 8:.'!0 a m. Mass at 6t. Francis Xavier Church. 2800 Pa. ave. s.e . at 9 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 9 RILEY. MATTIE. The officers and mem bers of Admiral George Dewey Naval Auxiliary No. 3, U. 6 W. V„ are requested to as semble at Chambers Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Wednesday, August 9. 1P50. at 8 p.m.. for services for our late sister, MATTIE RILEY. MARY WILL. Pres. MADGE RYCE, Secy. schrum, Herman w. On Sunday. Au gust (i 1950, at Sibley Hospital. HER MAN W SCHRUM of 3000 12th st. n.e.. oeloved husband of Jennie M. Schrum: father ot James H. Schrum; grand lather oi James H.. Jr., and Helen T. Schrum brother of William 6chrum and Mrs. Hannah Hamm of Williamsport, Pa. Frank Schrum of Reading. Pa., Theodore and Edward Schrum and Mrs Bessie Evcrdale of Washington, D. C. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Homo. 4tn st. and Massachusetts ave n.e until 9:30 am. Wednesday. August 9. Services will be held at Ascension and St Agnes’ Episcopal Church, 12th st. and Massachusetts ave. n.w.. at 10 a m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 8 SIIF.PPE. MARY McKENNEY. On Tues day. August 8. 1950. Washington Sani tarium MARY McKENNEY SHEPPE of 901 Rittenhouse st n.w . beloved wife of Jewett H. Sheppe; mother of Mrs. Ethel S. Donaldson. Mrs. Mary S. Wool ton. Howard H. and Frank W. Sheppe: sister of Wm. E . F. Walter. John P. and Samuel H. McKenney. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n w.. on Thursday. August 10. at ,'! p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 9 SIMMS. JOSEPHINE GRANT. Oil Sunday. August b. 1950. at her residence. 4003 Weoster st.. Brentwood. Md., J08EPHINE GRANT SIMMS, wife of the late William D. Simms, beloved mother of Alberta Johnson, sister of Mrs. Mary Grant Spriggs Mrs. Arthur Thomas or Asbury Park N. j.. and Theodore Grant; aunt of James Harris of New York City and Helen W. Grant; godmother of Joseph D. Harris. She also leaves other reli eves and friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church. 14.12 You st n.w.. from 10 am. Wednes day. August 9. until 0 p.m thereafter the remains will lie In state at the Brentwood A. M. E Zion Church, funeral services August lo. at 2 p.m. at the above church. Rev. Howard officiating. Relatives and firends Invited. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 9 SMITH. HELEN I. Suddenly on Saturday, August 5. 1950. at her residence. 218 Canal st. s.w . HELEN I. SMITH (nee Jenneys' daughter of the late Daniel and Ida Smith, devoted mother of Lawrence. Wilbur and La Mar Smith. She leaves to mourn six grandchildren, one daughter in-law and devoted friend. Mrs. Silvia Robinson, and many friends. Remain; may be seen Tuesday. August 8. after 5 P.m at the residence of Mrs. Silvia Rob inson. 220 Canal st. s.w. Funeral Wednes day. August 9. 1950, at 1 p.m.. from Barnes & Matthews Funeral Home. (514 4th st. s.w.. Rev. B. H. Whiting officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. SPENCER ANNIE. On Sunday. August 6. 1950. at Sibley Hospital, ANNIE SPENCER, of 4131 New Hampshire ave. n.w., daughter of the late William and Annie Smallwood Spencer, and sister of Miss Lillian Spencer of Washington. D. C. Services at the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14tli st. n.w , on Wednes day. August 9. at 2 p.m. Interment Congressional Cemetery. —8 STRAUGHN, THOMAS C. Monday. August 7. 1950. at Naval Hospital, Bethesda. Md.. THOMAS E STRAUGHN of 730 6th st. s.e.. beloved husband of Mrs. Bertha Straughu. brother of Arthur Straughn. He is also survived by other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Barnes & Matthews Funeral Home, 614 4th st. s.w. Notice of funeral later. STROBEL. JOSEPH N. On Tuesday. August 8. 1950. of 2412 North Capitol it., hus band of Hattie M. Strobel. Services at Chambers Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w. Notice of time later. TATE, LEONARD RICE. On Sunday. Au gust 6. 1950. LEONARD RICE TATE of 4201 Newton st.. Colmar Manor. Md.. husband of Helen A. Tate, father of Reg inald E Tate. Services at Gasch Fu neral Home, Hyattsvllle. Md.. on Thurs day. August 1() at 10 a m. Relatives and friends Invited Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 9 TAYLOR. ANNA MAE. On Monday. Au gust 7. 1950, ANNA MAE TAYLOR of 1237 T st. n.w.. beloved mother of Homer. Ernest. James. Pauline. Georgle and Nai erine Taylor. Surviving also are three sisters. Mrs. Ella Jones. Mrs. Florrie Wright and Mrs. Janie Green; one brother. John W. Wilson: eleven grand children. two great grandchildren, other relatives and many friends. After noon Wednesday, friends are invited to call at the McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th st. n.w. Services Thursday. August 10, at 1 p.m., at Goodwill Baptist Church. 1519 You st. n.w. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 10 TAYLOR. FRANCIS LEO. On Sunday. Au gust ft. 1050. at Gallinger Hospital. FRANCIS LEO TAYLOR: brother of Mrs. Jessie Conway. George and William Tay lor. Mrs. Blanch Colbert and James Taylor. Other relatives and friends sur vive also. After 4 p.m.. Wednesday. Au gust ft, friends may call at Frazier's Fu neral Home. 388 Rhode Island ave. n.w. Mass will be said Thursday. August 10. at ft a.m. for the repose of his soul, at the Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 0 TURNER. CLEOPATRIA MARIE. On Sat urday. August 6, 1950. CLEOPATRIA MARIE TURNER of 4833 A st. a.e., be loved daughter of Richard and Thelma Turner, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cashy Wagner and Mrs. Lillie Mines, god child of Izetta and Jimmie Hendson. step sister of Sherman Morris; niece ol Reggie Hedgeman. Ethel Davis. Francats Langford. Vascllia, Robert. Arthur. Fred and John Wagner. Friends may call at the Malvan & Schey Funeral Home. New Jersey ave. and R st. n.w. after 4 p.m , Tuesday. Funeral from the 12th st. Christian Church. Wednesday. August ft, at 1 p.m • TUXHORN. EDITH METCALF. On Mon day. August 7, 185U. EDITH METCALF TUXHORN. at her residence. 4853 Sedg wick st. n.w., mother of Mrs. Ralph W. Hallquist of St. Louis, Mo.; Bruce Tux horn of Washington. D. C . and Albert Tuxhorn of Illinois. Services from Marks Weber. Inc.. Funeral Home. Ed wardsville. 111. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, Edwardsvllle. 111. ULLMAN. HENRY K. On Sunday. August 6. 1950. at his residence. 2730 Wiscon sin ave. n.w., HENRY K. ULLMAN, be loved husband of Rose Ullman and de voted father of Mrs. Ruth Solomon; he also Is survived by one brother, Joseph Ullman. and 4 sisters. Misses Minnie. Ethel. Thelma and Caroline Ullman. Fu neral services at the Bernard Danzansky Si Son Funeral Home, 3501 14th at. n.w.. on Tuesday. August 8. at 4 p.m. Inter ment Washington Hebrew Congregation Cemetery. 8 VOGTS. MARTIN LUTHER. On Monday. August 7. 1950. MARTIN LUTHER VOGTS, beloved husband of Minnie Wa ters Vogts of 30ft 2nd st.. Laurel. Md. Funeral services from the Donaldson Fu neral Home. Laurel. Md., on Thursday. August 10 at II a.m. Interment Ivy Hill Cemetery. 9 WAXTER. WALTER WILLIAM. On Au gust 7. 1950, of 910 11th st. n.e.. hus band of the late Lenora Waxter. father of James M Waxter and Mrs. James M. Bradley, brother of Howard Waxter of Baltimore. Md.. grandfather of Edna V. Talbert. Survived also by one great granddaughter. Services at the above residence on Thursday. August 10, at 2 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Services by Chambers. 9 WESLEY, CHARLES. On Sunday. August 6, 1950. at his residence. 314 57tlh st. n.e., CHARLES WESLEY. He leaves to mourn their loss a devoted wife. Maggie Wesley: two children. Alma W. Cunning ham and Roger Wesley: a loving grand daughter. Mrs. Callle M. Murray: a grandson-in-law. Howard N. Murray, and a great-grandson. Howard N. Murray, jr After 4 p.m.. Wednesday. August ft. friends may call at Henry S. Washing ton & Sons Funeral Home. 4925 Deane ave. n.e.. where services will be held on Thursday. August 10. at 1 p.m. Rela tives and friends Invited. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. WIMS. WILLIAM N. Departed this life on Monday. August 7. 1950. a', his resi dence. 1901 Rosedale st. n.e. WILLIAM N. Wims. father of Theodore R. Wims, Mrs. Eva D. Stewart and Mrs. Edna R. Veasey: brother of George Wims. He also leaves two grandchildren. William Neal Wims and Corpl. Raymond A. Ross: three great grandchildren, a daughter in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth Wims: son-in-law. Herman Stewart, other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Ralph Bar bour's Funeral Home. 48 K st. n.e. Notice of funeral lajr, „ OFF THEIR ROUTE—The 1,700 suburban carriers of The Star made a big splash at an outing held last night at Glen Echo Park. The Star w ill treat its 1,400 city carriers at 7 o’clock tonight. The 400 rural boys had their swim Sunday. —Star Staff Photo. Louis Loebl, Crack FBI Agent For 33 Years, Succumbs at 71 Teapot Dome, Means, Pitts Among Cases Handled by Him Louis Loebl, 71, well-known Federal Bureau of Investigation agent, who helped crack several sensational cases during his ca reer, died early today at George Washington University Hospital. One of the famous cases he worked on was the Teapot Dome case in 1922. Another was the Linbergh ran som hoax in the early ’30s in which Gaston B. Means, self styled “world’s greatest detective.” induced Mrs. Evalyn Walsh Mc Lean to employ him to find the Lindbergh baby a few days after the kidnaping in March, 1932. Means was sent to Leavenworth ; Penitentiary for defrauding her of $104,000. Another case in the early ’30s in which he participated was the conviction of G. Bryan Pitts, ex ecutive head of the old F. H. Smith Co., an investment real lit iJUmariam CLARKE. PHOEBE A (nee MARTIN). In loving remembrance of my dear, de voted mother. PHOEBE A. CLARKE who passed peacefully away five years ago today. August 8. 1945. In my heart your memory lingers Sweetly tender, fond and true; There Is not a dav. dear mother. That I do not think of you _DAUGHTER EMMA R. CLARKE. • DICKERSON, DR. W. P. In loving memory of my dear husband. DR. W. P. DICKER SON. who passed away seven years ago today, August 8. 1943. Every day brings sweet memories Every day brings a tear. Deep within our hearts we cherish Thoughts of one I love so dear. DEVOTED WIFE. EMMA T. DICKERSON HOLLAND. JAMES A. In memory of JAMES A. HOLLAND of Calvert County, Md.. who passed away one year ago today. August 8. 1949. Sad and sudden was he called. Of one so dearly loved by all. It was a bitter grief, a shock severe, To part with one we loved so dear. We often sit and think ol you And speak of how you died. To think you could not say good-bye Before you closed your eyes. For all of us you did your best, O G ,d, grant you eternal rest. YOU, WIFE ELLA AND DAUGHTER NELi IE ROBERTS AND FAMILY, HOLLAND, JAMES A. In memory el JAMES A HOLLAND, our beloved hue band. father and grandfather, who de parted this life one year ago. August 8, Sad and sudden was the call Of one so dearly loved by all. It was a bitter grief, a shock severe To part with one we loved so dear. We often sit and think of him And speak of how he died. To think he could not say good-bye. One year has passed and gone Since we were forced to part. But time and space cannot erase Your memory from our hearts. They say time heals all sorrow and helps to forget. But time so far has only proved how much we miss him yet. God give us strength to light It And courage to bear the blow. But it meant to lose him no one will ever know. It is so lonely here without him And so sad along life's way In our hearts his memory lingers. This is the month God railed him away, August the 8th which is Tuesday. HIS BELOVED WIFE AND DAUGHTERS. ALICE VIRGINIA AND .MARGARET _HOLLAND HORN, NATHAN. In loving memory of our dear father. NATHAN HORN, who departed this life 20 years ago today. August 8. 1930. "May he rest In peaco." BY HIS LOVING DAUGHTERS. JONES. MARY B. In loving memory of our dear mother. MARY B. JONES, who en tered into the eternal rest August 8, 1949. We watched you slowly fade away, Ood was watching from above. We prayed so hard for you to stay. But God took you home to share His love. No one knows the bitter pain We have suffered since we lost you. Life has never been the same. Your memory Is all we have now. Your cares are all at rest. Happy are we who today can aay Wc loved you and did our best. YOUR LOVING DAUGHTERS ROSITA AND JULIA. KLINEHANSE. MARY ELIZABETH. In loving memory of mv dear mother. MARY ELIZABETH KLINEHANSE. who passed away one year ago. August 8. 1949. DEVOTED SON. WILLIAM H. KLINEHANSE._« KLINEHANSE. MARY ELIZABETH. In sad but loving memory of our dear mother. MARY ELIZABETH KLINEHANSE. who departed this life one year ago today. August 8. 1949. Her devoted daughters. MRS. BEULAH HER DEVOTED DAUGHTERS MRS. BEULAH PENCE AND MRS. EL _S1E K. SPEER.__•_ MAIR, HENRY. In memory of mv beloved husband, HENRY MAIR. who passed away one year ago today. August 8. 1949. Treasured thoughts of one so dear Often bring a silent tear; Thoughts return to scenes long Dast. Time rolls on. but memories last. __MARY, * TATE, ROBERT. In loving memory of my dear father. ROBERT TATE who died August 8. 1914. at Mount Holly, Va. 36 years ago you left me For a beautiful place called rest. But you are not forgotten Bv the one who loved you best. LOVING DAUGHTER MOSSY. • TAYLOR, JOHN; TAYLOR. VIRGINIA; TAYLOR. WILLIAM; DORSEY. KATE. In memory of my beloved ones, father, mother, brother and sister. Father. JOHN TAYLOR, who left us 30 years ago. December 15. 1920: mother. VIR GINIA TAYLOR who left us 10 years ago today. August 8. 1910: brother, WILLIAM TAYLOR, who left us 13 years ago. January 11. 1937; sister. KATE DORSEY, who left us 2 years ago. No vember 13. 1948. 81nce you all went first and I remain. One thing I would have you all do; Walk slowly down the beautiful path For some day I will follow you. ANNIE BROWNE FAMILY.'* CEMETERY LOTS CHOICE LOTS In National Memorial Park Cemetery. Falls Church. Need money; sacrifice. FR. 0390, 8 to 10 p.m. 12* GEORGE WASHINGTON MEMORIAL CEMETERY—Three lots. 19 sites, at $100 each. Will sell at big sacrifice for cash, HO. 4968.—14 FOUR LOTS. 4 graves each. Nat’l Memorial Park: $395 and *595 or best offer. Eves.. EM 4651 or Box 124-L. Star. —14 A. LOUIS LOEBL. estate firm. Pitts was imprisoned for conspiring to embezzle $5 mil lion from the corporation he con trolled. Considered by FBI agents as one of their "outstanding men,” he began his career in St. Louis in 1917. During his 33 years’ service, his career had been ex tended past the FBI retirement age of 62 several times by the President. He had been in the Washington Field Office since 1927 an<i was at his desk only last Saturday. Much of his work was acting as principal liaison repre sentative between the field office here and the State Department. The son of a wealthy Hungarian land owner, he received his law degree from the University of Budapest. He came to this coun try to live shortly after the turn of the century. Before Joining the FBI. he worked in the immigra tion office in Cleveland. He be came a naturalized citizen in 1912. Mr. Loebl had been in failing health since the death of his wife, Mrs. Rose Loebl, In 1947. He lived at 1601-Argonne place N.W. He was a member of the Justice Masonic Lodge and attended the Washington Hebrew and Adas Israel congregations. His only survivor is a niece liv ing in Hungary. Henry K. Ullman Dies; Lifelong D. C. Resident Henry K. Ullman. 62. an em-; ploye of the Commercial Office Furniture Co., 915 E street N.W., died of a heart attack Sunday night at his home, 2730 Wiscon sin avenue N.W, Mr. Ullman had been with the furniture store 15 years. He for merly worked for the Washington Salvage Co. A lifelong resident of Washing ton, Mr. Ullman was a Mason and a member of the Washington He brew Congregation. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Rose Ullman; a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Solomon of 3206 Wisconsin ave nue N.W.: a granddaughter, a brother, Joseph Ullman, and four sisters, the Misses Minnie, Ethel. Thelma and Caroline Ullman, all of Washington. Funeral services were to be held at 4 o’clock this afternoon in the i Danzansky funeral home, 3501 Fourteenth street N.W. followed by burial in Washington Hebrew Congregation Cemetery. i Rev. Ulysses S. Knox, Baptist Pastor, Dies In Arlington Hospital The Rev. Ulysses Simpson Knox, for many years pastor of the Co lumbia Baptist Church in Falls Church and more recently of the Bon Air Bap tist Church in Arlington, died Sunday at Ar lington Hospi tal. Mr. Knox, who was in his middle 60s, had been ill for three weeks. He lived at 5654 North Sixth street, Arling ton. Mr. Knox be came minister Mr- Kn#x' of the Columbia Baptist Church in 1917 and led the congregation there for the next 26 years. In 1943 he became pastor of the Bon Air Baptist Church. Born in Summersville. W. Va., and a graduate of the University of West Virginia, Mr. Knox re ceived his theological training at the Ciwer Seminary near Phila delphia. He occupied the pulpit of churches in New Castle, Del., anc’ Jersey City before accepting the call at Falls Church. Mr. Knox was a member of the Kemper Masonic Lodge, Falls Church, and the Odd Fellows in Lebanon, Pa. He also belonged to the Fairfax and Arlington Minis terial Associations. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Bessie M. Knox; three sons, the Rev. Weston W. Knox, pastor of the East highland Park Baptist Church, Richmond; the Rev. Ken neth W. Knox, pastor of the Kens ington (Md.) Baptist Church, and Herbert C. Knox, an Arlington County fireman of 232 Broad street, Falls Church, and four grandchildsen. ’ Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the Columbia Baptist Church. Masonic burial services will be held in New Castle. Churchill's Son to Report War for London Paper fty the Associated Press LONDON, Aug. 8.—Randolph Churchill, Winston. Churchill’s 39 year-old son, joined the staff of the London Daily Telegraph today as a foreign correspondent in Tokyo. The Telegraph said he stopped off there briefly on the way to Korea to cover the war. The younger Mr. Churchill, an experienced freelance journalist,1 follows in his father's footsteps as a war reporter. The elder Mr. Churchill as a young man was captured and escaped while cov ering British troops in the Boer War. Architect F. W. Garber Dies CINCINNATI, Aug. 8 W.—Fred erick William Garber, 73, inter nationally known architect, died at his home yesterday. He had been ill several weeks. The oldest surviving self-pro pelled vehicle in America is a steam carriage built by Richard Dudgeon in New York about 1868. WANTED: Smart Women who know the VALUE of . . . $6.00 Permanent Machine NOW ONLY Come in this week, take advantage of this amaz ing permanent wave bar gain. Put yourself in the care of expert beauticians and stylists. Price in cludes shampoo and set. Only $3.25. SJJ.23 A ppointment Not Always Necessary. — Beauty Salou Downstairs Phone ST. 3906 W. R. Frank Hines, President Washington's Foremost Funeral Home Since 1373 S.H.Ffines Compann 2901-03-0S-07 Fourteenth Street N.W. Columbia 7023-24 No Branch Establishments \ I A. 1 i 12 6.O.P. Candidates In County Unopposed Twelve of the 49 Montgomery County Republicans who have filed in the September 18 pri maries are unopposed and their names will not appear on the ballot. Three out of 67 Demo cratic candidates also are unop posed. The Republicans whose nomi nations are uncontested are De Witt S. Hyde. State Senate; Wal ter C. Clarice, register of wills; William Tyler Page, Charles H. Squire and Millward C. Taft, Judges of Orphans’ Court; James B. Parkhill, clerk of Circuit Court; Charles S. Lawrenson. sheriff, and Thomas B. McNeil, county surveyor. Also unopposed are George F. Nesvitt, Lathrop E. Smith, John C. Reid and Harold F. Hammond, councilmen from the first, third, fourth and fifth rfistricts respec tively. There is no Republican candidate for the second Council district. The three Democrats with op position are Grover Walker, run ning for councilman, second dis trict; Clayton K. Watkins, clerk of Circuit Court, and Robert K. Maddox, county surveyor. Louis R. Perron Dies; Was Fishing Expert Louis R. Perron, drafting engi neer with the Commerce Depart ment and author of books on fish ing. died of a heart attack yes terday at his home, 5305 Dorsett place N.W. Mr. Perron had been under a doctor’s care since he suffered a hrart attack two years ago. He would have been 59 August 16. Born in Philadelphia, Mr. Per ron had lived in Washington since he was 10 years old. His long career with the Commerce Depart ment started at the age of 15 when he was a messenger boy at the Bureau of Standards. Mr. Perron was well known in fishing circles. He held patents on some types of fishing equip ment. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Perron, and a daughter, Mrs. George W. Crosby, who lives on the Yacht Nixie at 1300 Maine avenue S.W. He husband is an engineer at the Naval Ordnance Laboratory. A brother, Joseph Perron of 639 Maine avenue S.W., and a half brother, John Ridgeway of Arlington, also survive. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow in the Hines funeral home, 2901 Fourteenth street N.W. Burial will be private. Brig. Gen. Del Spivey In 5th Air Force Post &y the Associated Press UNITED STATES 5th AIR FORCE HEADQUARTERS IN KOREA, Aug. 8.—Brig. Gen. Del Spivey of Suffolk, Va., has been appointed deputy commanding general of the 5th Air Force's rear headquarters in Nagoya, Japan. Gen. Spivey formerly was chief of the war plans division at Air Force headquarters in Washing ton. Brig. Gen. Edward J. Timber lake, jr„ continues as the deputy commanding general at the 5th’s advance headquarters in Korea. Householders Urged To Store Fuel Oil Here’s something you can buy as much of as you can store and no one will call you a hoarder. It’s fuel oil. The National Petroleum Coun cil said today there should be plenty of fuel oil in the coming winter. James V- Brown, sec retary-treasurer of the council, said, however, that two mild win ters in succession may lead users and dealers to hesitate to store adequate amounts. He pointed out that, the more fuel the householder stores, the greater the backlog the dealer can. maintain. Last year at this time, stocks of light fuel oil on hand were 117 times the daily consumption. Now they are 84 times the daily con sumption. Mr. Brown saw no present pros pect of Air Force demand for aviation gasoline cutting in on the supply of gasoline for the mo torist, even though the demand is higher than ever. Gasoline stocks, being added steadily now amount to 37 times the daily consumption. This is about the same as a year ago when there was a 40-day supply on hand. At the start of World War II we were producing petroleum at the rate of about 4 million bar rels a day; now it is at the rate of about 6 million barrels. Dr. F. D. Gamewell Dies; Hero of Boxer Siege, 92 CLIFTON SPRINGS, N. Y„ Aug. 8.—The Rev. Frank Dunlap Game well, 92, hero of the siege of Peking during the Boxer Rebellion, died yesterday. The British and American gov ernments cited Dr. Gamew’ell for his service in 1900 as “chief of staff" of the city’s defenders while they were surrounded for 56 days by hostile Chinese troops. Appointed to the post by the British Legation, he had af his command about 500 legation guards and hundreds of Chinese, British and American civilians. He fortified the Methodist mis sion and crowded 3,500 persons inside it. The defenders threw back a number of attacks by Boxer forces. An Allied army from Tien tsin lifted the siege as the de fenders were nearing exhaustion. Dr. Gamewell was a missionary in China from 1881 to 1930, when he retired. -- I LUZIANNE Famous Southern COFFEE 1138 Conn. Avo. N.W. 4860 Mon. Avo. N.W. 1357 Wi»e. Avo. N.W. Owing to the Death of Our Mr. Henrv K. 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