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_ WEDNESOA >§patha ANDERSON. MAGGIE. On Tuesday. Au gust 29. 1 960. MAGGIE ANDERSON of 2018 6th st. n.w., wife of William Ander son. sister of John and James Moon. Elizabeth Bryant and Mlnirva Tillman. Other relatives and friends also survive. Notice of funtral later. Arrangements by Maivan Ac Schey. * AUSTIN. ALONZO. On Tuesday. August •31. 1960 ALONZO AUSTIN of 4421 Mac Arthur blvd. n.w.. husband of Louise M Austin, father of Harry W. Austin, aon of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Austin and brother of Fairbanks and Syloma Austin and Mrs. Leonard Bissett Prayers at Chambers Funeral Home 3072 M st. n.w.. on Thursday. August 31 at 10 a.m Services at Georgetown Lutheran Church. Wisconsin ave. and Volta pi. n.w.. at 10:30 a.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. RIGGERS. CARRIE. Suddenly, on Mon day, August 28. 1950. at her residence, 839 Keefer pi. n.w.. CARRIE B1GGERS, mother of Mrs. Conchita Madden, Arlena . Craft, Juanita Alford of Bennettsvllle. S. C.: Odessa Hardaway of Atlaota, Ga.; Prattle, Made arid Rev. John Biggers. After 4 p.m. Thursogy. August 31. friends may call at Henry S. Washington Ac Sons’ Funeral Home. 487 N st. n.w. Funeral Friday. September 1. at 1 p.m., from Triumph the Church and Kingdom of God In Christ Band No. 2. 1017 4th st. n.w.. Rev. J. T Hill officiating. Relatives and friends invited Interment Woodlawc Cemetery. 31 BRIDWELL, ELLA R. On Monday. August 28. I960, ELLA B BRIDWELL of 823 nth st. n.e.. beloved wife of the late Eltphelet Bridwell. mother ol Mrs. Lil lian Saflell and Mrs. Margaret Wrathall, grandmother of Mrs. Marlon W-ight and Mrs. Lois Smith. Friends may call al the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. end Mass, ave. n.e, where services will be held on Thursday. August 31. at 11 a.m. Inter ment Fori Lincoln Cemetery. 30 BURROWS. RALPH THOMAS. On Sunday, August 27 I960, at George Washington Hospital. RALPH THOMAS BURROWS of 4820 New Hampshire ave. n.w., be loved husband of Helen Mackey Burrows, father of Mrs. Margaret Moreland, son of Hillanr Thomas Burrows and the late Minnie Duvall Burrows, brother of Mrs. Ethel Perry. Mrs. Margaret Federline, Mrs. Nellie Morrison. Mrs. Lillian Wag ner and Samuel C. Burrows. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n w„ on Thursday. August 31, at 1 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 30 r\RR. MARGARET C. On Tuesday Au gust 29. 1960. at her residence. 1417 North Capitol st . MARGARET C. CARL, daughter of the late James F. and Mary A Carr, sister of Mrs. John Whelan, Elizabeth A. Carr and the late Thomas F. Carr and Mrs. Mary E. Engle. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home, 4th at. and Mass. ave.. n.$., until 9:30 a.m. Friday, September 1. Requiem mass will be offered at St. Aloysius Catholic Church. North Capitol and Eye sts. at 10 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery, 31 CASKIE. EDMOND. On Monday. August 28, 1950. at Suburban Hospital. EDMOND CASKIE of 27 East ‘Williams lane. Chevy Chase. Md.. beloved husband of Georgette Depuy Caskie. father of Georgette and Virginia Caskie. Remains resting at the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Services at Fort Myer Chapel on Thursday. August 31. at 1 p.m. In terment Arlington National Cqmetery. CUNNINGHAM. MARY V. Suddenly, on Monday. August 28. i960, at Sibley Hos pital. MARY V. CUNNINGHAM of 1339 Fairmont st. n.w., aunt of Mrs. Mary V Wilhelm of West Collingswood. N. J. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 3 4th st. n.w., on Friday. Sep tember 1. at 9:15 a.m. Interment Ar lington National Cemetery. 31 DAVIDSON. ANNA E. On Wednesday. August 30. 1950. ANNA E. DAVIDSON of 2846 Myitle ave. n.e.. beloved mother of Mrs. Bertha Davidson Valdes and grand mother of Ccrpl. Richard E. Valdes. Ken neth and Carole Valdes of Washington. D. C. Services ana interment Nashville. Tenn. DAVIS. DANIEL D. On Monday. August 28 1950. DANIEL D. DAVIS, formerly of 1016 M st. s.e.. beloved brother of the late Mary E. (Moiiie) Tearhum. Emma E. Hardy and John Everett Davis. Friends may call a: Wm. J. Nalley's Funeral Home. 522 8th st. s.e., where services will be held on Thursday. August 31. at ! 1 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Congressional Cemetery. 30 DAVIS, DANIEL D. A special communica tion of Naval Lodge. No. 4. F. A. A. M.. is called at 10 a.m. Thursday, August 31, 1950, for the purpose of con ducting the Masonic burial service for our late brother. DANIEL D. DAVIS. By order •f the worshipful master. ROLAND M. BROWN. Secretary. DUFFEY, EDWARD RANDOLPH. JR. (NED). On Monday. August 28, 3950. at his residence. 3402 Dent pi. n.w.. ED WARD RANDOLPH (NED) DUFFEY. Jr, be’rved husband of Mary Kitty Dufley <nee Collins), father of Juanita Louise and Mary Kathryn Dailey, son of Edward R. Duiiey. sr., and Mr&. F. W. Wright: broth er of Mrs. Chris.ine Collins. Mrs. Frances McGraw and David W. Dufley. Mr DufTey rests at the Joseph F. Birch Fu neral Home. 3034 M st. n.w.. where serv ices will be held on Wednesday. Augu&t 30. at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Inttrment Mount Olivet Ceme tery. 30 DVORAK, MARY K. On Tuesday, August 29 1960. at George Washington Univer sity Hospital. MARY K. DVORAK of 1913 Columbia pike. Arlington, Va., beloved wife of Ernest V. Dvorak and mother of Mary Ann and Potricia Ruby Dvorak. She also is survived by her mother, Mrs. Mary Martin Kreynus: two sisters, Mrs. Heien Galloway and Mrs. Ann Hardy, and on* brother. Emil P. Kreynus. Friends may call at the Ives Funeral Home. 2847 Wilson blvd., Arlington. Va.. where fu neral services will be held Thursday. Au gust 31, at 2 p.m. Interment National Memorial Park. EARNEST. WILLIAM PENN. On Monday. August 28. 1950, at his residence. 4010 35th st.. Mount Rainier. Md.. WILLIAM PENN EARNEST belo\ed husband o! Anna Earnest, father of Mrs. Elizabeth Sherwood. John md William ?. Earnest, j Services at Gasch's Funeral Home. Hy- i attsville, Md.. on Thursday. August 33. at. 2 p.m. Relatives, and friends invited, j Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. EBERLY. LEWIS. Suddenly, on Wednes day. August 30. 3950, at his residence, 3010 JacKSpr. st. n.e.. LEWIS EBERLY. beloved husband of Louise Eberly and faiher of Catherine E. Lrown of Colum bus. Ohio, and Louis H. Eberly of Wash ington. D. C Remains at the Geier Fu neral Home. 3605 14th st. n.w. Notice of funeral herevutcr. FINDLAY, ANDREW D. On Tuesday, Au gust 39. 1950. at Suburban Hospital. AN DREW D. FINDI AY. beloved husband of the late Had el F. Findlay and lather of Mr:. R. O Nenke of 615 East Thornapple at.. Chew Chase. Md. Services Thursday. August 31, at 2 p.m., at the Hedge Me morial Chapel. Rochester, N. Y. FORTNEY. HARRY. On Tuesday, August 29 I960, HARRY FORTNEY of 4 830 Reservoir ra. n.w.. brother of Mrs. Etta Bummers Services at Chambers’ Funeral Home. 3072 M st. n.w.. on Thursday. August 31. at 2 p.m. Interment Glen wood Cemetery. Please emit flowers. GEORGE. BELLE COULTER. On Monday. August 38. 1950. ai her residence. 6714 Piney Branch id n.w.. EcLLE COULTER GEORGF. beloved mother of Carlotta George ol Washington. D. C.. and of the late Harold Coulter George, grandmother of Mrs. James Emerson Ren7, of Pitts burgh. Pa . and Richard Painter George of Talara Peru. She also is survived by five great-grandchildren. Services will be held at Gawler's Chapel. 1756 Pa. ave. n.w.. or. Thursday. August, 31, at 3 "0 p.m. Interment, private, Arlington National Cemetery. 30 GLASCOCK. CHALNCEY DEPEW. On Tuesday, August 29. 1950. CHAUNCEY DEPEW GLASCOCK of 4200 30th st.. Mount Rainier. Mq., beloved husband of Anna Louise Glascock (nee Davis) and father of Donald D.. Clyde D.. Carlton L, and Peggy Lois Glascock. Friends may rail at Wm. J. Nalley's Funeral Home, 3*2«)0 Rhode Island ave.. at Eastern ave. n.e . wh*re services will be held on Thursday. August. 31, at 2 p.m. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. .30 GLASCOCK. CHALNCEY D. A special communication of George C Whiting Lodge. No. 22. F. A A M is called for 1 o'clocK p.m. Thursday. August 31 1950, at the Masonic Temple, ^ 13th st. and New York ave n w . for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother. CHAUNCEY D. GLASCOCK. 3y order of the worship ful mas» si*. REUBEN A. BOGLEY, Secretary. GLASCOCK, CHAUNCEY DEPEW. Officer! and members of Huntemann Huff Post, No. lin. American Lreion are requested to as I sembie at William J. Nalley’t iFimetal Home. 3200 Rhodt Island ave. . Mount Rainier _ Md.. on Wednesday. August 30 1060. at R p.m.. lor services for our lat< rorrrade. CHAUNCEY DEPEW GLASCOCK ROBERT W. JOHNSTON. Commander. C. P. McNICHOLAS. Adjutant. _FUNERAL DIRECTORS. _ V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither successor to nor connected wit,* thp original W R Speare establishment 1009 H St. N.W. .a,rohn^Sg, J. William Lee’s Sons Co. Crematorium FUNERAL DIRECTOR 4th and Mass*. Ave. N.E. LI. FRANK GEIER'S SON'S CO 3605 14th ST. N.W. TUCKERMAN 2326 NEW ENLARGED PARLOR Formerly at 1118 7th St. N.W. Established 1851 FUNERAL DESIGNS. GUDE BROS. CO. Charge Accounts Opened by Phone Indivjdnally GEO. C. SHAFFER, INC. Expressive Floral Tributes Moderai prices Open daily, Sun., holidays. Phor order, also accepted 6:30 to 9 p.m. we, night, 900 14th St. N.W.. NA. 01 f CEMETERY LOTS. (our SITES, Cedar Bill; valued st $66 Beil *600. Call fO. 8-6662. —1 STAR, Washington, D. C. f, AUGUST JO, 1M0 Stall!* GLASCOCK. CHAUNCEY D. Suddenly, on c Tuesday. August 29. i960, at A Prince Geurges Hospital, Chever /[. ly. Md.. CHAUNCEY D. GLA8 / \ COCK of 4201) 30th st.. Mount Rainier. Md. The officers and members of Columbia Council. No. 22. U. C C. of E.. are requested to attend the services, to be held at Willliam J. Nalley's Funeral Home. 3200 R. I. ave. ne„ August 31, at 2 p.m. WILLIAM J. HALL. Worthy Chief. JOHN D. GERMER. Secretary. 31 GOFF. COMDR. ORLO SEWARD. U. S. N. On Tuesday. August 29, 1950, at the Bethesda Naval Medical Center, Comdr. ORLO SEWARD GOFF. U. S. N., retired, of «19 25th st.. Bradenton, Fla., beloved husband of Harriett L. Gofl and father of Mrs Lois Burnstlne and Mrs. Virginia Bandy. Remains resting at the Bethesda Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert A. Pumphrey, Eethesda, Md. Services Fri day, September 1. at 11 am., at Fort Myer Chapel. Fort Myer, Va. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 31 GREEN, JOE. On Monday. August 28, 1950, gi Freedmen's Hospital, JOE OREEN. devoted brother of Mrs. Maggie Dickens and Mrs. Mattie Talialerro, uncle of Mrs Virginia R. Lowey, Samuel E. Massie and William Talialerro. Also surviving are three grandnieces, two grandnephews, other relatives and many friends. After 4 p.m. Friday friends are invited to call at the McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th st. n.w. Funeral Satur day. September 2. ai 1 p.m,. Irom the Galilee Baptist Church. 524 55th st. n.e., Rev. Heniy Gross officiating. Interment Harmony Cemeteiy. Family may be seen at 522 You st. n.w. 1 HAINES, WILLIAM HOWARD (BILL). On Monday. August 26. 1959, at his home, Laytonsvll’e, Md.. WILLIAM HOWARD (BILL) HAINES, aged 31 years, beloved son of Simon J. Haines and the late Willie Howard Haines. Funeral services on Thursday. August 31. at 2 p.m., at the Roy W. Barber Funeral Home. Lay tonsvlhe, Md Interment Laytonsville Cemetery. 30 HARDY. KARL JOHN. On Monday, Au gust 28, 1950. at George Washington Uni versity Hospital. KARL JOHN HARDY, husband of Zella Smoot Hardy, father of Jeremy Hardy and brother of Glen E. Hardy. Friends may call at Gawler’s Chapel. 1756 Pa. ave. n.w.. where serv ices will be held on Wednesday. August 30. at 4 p.m. Interment Salt Lake City, Utah. 30 HATCHER. BERKLEY. On Wednesday. August 30. 1960. at the Veterans' Hos pital. Roanoke. Va., BERKLEY HATCHER. Graveside services at Arlington National Cemetery on Friday, September 1, at 2 p.m. Arrangements by Frazler g Funeral Home. 31 HICKEY, COMMODORE JOHN R. Sud denly, on Monday. August 28, 1950, Com modore JOHN R. HICKEY of 1851 Colum bia rd. n.w., beloved husband of Margaret Ann Hickey. Funeral lrom the Geier Fu neral Home. 5603 14th st. n.w., on Fri day. September 1, at 8:30 a m. Requiem mass at the Church of the Immaculate Conception at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. . 31 uilulubkand. CLARENCE N. Suddenly, on Tuesday. August 29 1950, at bis resi dence, 829 22nd st. south, Arlington, Va., CLARENCE N. HILDERBRAND. beloved husband ol Mary A. Hilderbrand. father of Thelma C.. Floyd C. and Joan Hilder brand. son of Catherine L. Hilderbrand, brother of Leroy H. Hilderbrand. Mrs. Ruth Phillips and Mrs. Anna Melchert. Sei vices at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Friday. Sep tember 1, at 1 p.m. Interment National Memorial Park Cemetery 31 HILL. ROBERT. Suddenly, on August 25, i 1950, ROBERT HILL of 4700 Mead st. n.e., foster son of Beatrice Walburg. After noon Wednesday triends are in vited to tall at the McGuire Funeral i Hone. 1820 9th st. n.w. Reciuiem mass will be celebrated Thursday. August 31, at 9 a.m., at the Incarnation Catholic Cht rch 1010 Browning pi. n.e. Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 30 HUDSON, LOUISE On Sunday, August I 27. 1950. LOUISE HUDSON of 151* O st. n.w.. beloved mothei of Carrie Wil liams. sister of Lillian Hodge and Alice Stewart. Ten grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren also survive. Friends may call at tne Malvan & Schey Funeral Home. N. J. ave. and R st. n.w., where luneral services will be held Thursday, August 31, at 1 p.m. * JACKSON. PATRICIA. Suddenly, on Sun day. August 27. 1950. PATRICIA JACK SON of 1013 Maryland ave. s.w.. devoted granddaughtc of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Washington, foster daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Belk. She also is survived by two devoted friends, James and Lucille Hogan; other relatives and friends. Re mains resting at the Jchn T. Rhines & Co. Funeral Home. 901 3rd st. s.w., where friends may call after 2 p.m. Thursday. August 31. Services Friday. Septembe” 1. at 13 roon, at the above mentioned funeral home. Rev. James Mayo officiating. Interment Wooalawn Cemetery. 31 JOHNSON, ELLA. Departed this life on Monday. August 38. 1950. at her resi dence. 2132 Flagler pi. n.w., after a brief Illness. Mrs. ELIA JOHNSON, daughter of the late Larkin and Ann Johnson, loving mother of Mrs. Ann E. Walker of New York City, devoted sister ol Mrs. Anna McMileg of New York City and Mrs. Cora Green. She also leaves to mourn their loss four nieces, two nephews and other relatives and friends. Friends may view the remains after 6 p.m. Wednesday. August 30. at her late residence, where funeral services will be held Thursday, August 31, at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements by Ralph Barbour's Funeral Service. 30 JOHNSON. FOLLIE. On Monday, August 28, 1950. FOLLIE JOHNSON of 207 10th st. s.e. She leaves her husband, Billy W. Johnson; tour daughters. Mrs. Blanche Graham, Rev. Lucy M. Dodson, Mrs. Es telle Eaden and Mrs. Cornelia Sampson; two brothers Mr. Wilson and Albert Summers; three grandchildren. Mrs. Fol lie Robinson. Mrs. Rose Ransom and Mr. Lewis Henderson; four great-grandchil dren. three nieces, Leona Hawkins, Jeanette Adams and Frances Middleton; two nephews Car1 and Albert Summers: one son-in-law, Edward Graham, and other relatives ano friends. After 4 p.m. Thursday, August 31, friends may call at the above residence. Funeral on Frday. September 1. at 1 p.m.. from the Bleeding Heart Baptist Church. 438 1st st. s.w. Interm»nt Woodlawn Ceme tery. Arrangements by Eugene Ford. 31 JONtS. JAVINS (BROTHER). On Tues day, August 29, 1950. JAVINS (BROTH ER i JONES of 1210 Wylie st. n.e., hus band of Emma Jones, father of Marie Jores and Jean Jones Brown, brother of Annie Vincent and Hattie Nelson. He also leaves three nieces, other relatives and manv fi lends. Notice of luneral later. Services by Stewart. JOSHUA. FREDERICK. JR. Suddenly, on Wednesday August 30, 1950. at his resi dence. 216 Eye st. s.w., FREDERICK JOSHUA. Jr., beloved infant son of Fred erick and Gertrude Joshua. He also is survived by three sisters, a grandmother, two aunts, ether lelatlves and friends. Remains resting at Barnes & Matthews’ Funeral Home. 614 4th st. s.w. Notice of funeral later. KIDWELL. ORRA GERTRUDE. On Tues day. August 29. 1950, at her residence, Sterling. Va. ORRA GERTDUDE KID WELL. wife of the late Richard Kidwell. mother of Mrs. Everett Smith. Mrs. Mil dred Smith rnd o:ivia Kiawell of Sterling, Va.; Miss Myrtle Kidwell of McLean Va.; Mrs. T. A. Daniel of Leesburg, Va.; Ca'vin A. and Ralph R. Kidwell of Hern don Va.: sister ol Eugene and James Adrian of Leesburg, Va.. and Carl Adrian of Sterling. Va. Funeral services Thurs day August 31. at 2 p.m . Eastern stand ard time, at the Colonial Funeral Home of Lloyd Slack. Leesburg. Va. Interment Union Cemetery. Leesburg, Va. KINDLEBERGER, CAROLINE W. On Monday. August 28. 1950, at the Sub urban Hospital. CAROLINE W. KINDLE BERGER. mother of Mrs. John Q. Mac Donald and Carl Klndleberger of Wash ington. D. C.; David G. and Earl C. Klndleberger of Englewood. Calif. Friends May call at Gawler’s Chapel, 1756 Pa. ave. n.w., where services will be held on Thuisday, August 31, at II a.m. Iu ‘ terment private. 30 KRIEG, JOSEPH FRANCIS. On Tuesday. August 29, 1950. at his- residence. 3420 16th st. n.w.. JOSEPH FRANCIS KRIEG. beloved husband of Mary Then Krieg (nee Wolfe), father of Catherine M„ Joseph F., Jr., and Francis J. Krieg; Mrs Elizabeth K. Wester and Mrs. Margaret De Ruiz; brother of Mrs. Elizabeth J. Fisher. Anna Krieg Rover and Frederick J. Krieg. Prayers at the 3. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Thursday. August 31. at 9:30 a.m.; thence to the Shrine of the Sacred Heart Church, loth st. and Park rd. n.w., where the holy sacrifice if the mass will be offered at 10 a m. for the repose of his soul. Inter ment Mount olivet Cemetery. KRIEG. JOSEPH F. Washington Lodge, No. 15 B. P. O. Elks, will as semble at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n,w„ or Wednesday, August 30, 1950. at 8 p.m., to ex emplify the funeral ritual ol the order over the remains ol 1 oui ate brother. JOSEPH F. KRIEG. I By order of WM. H. CADE, Exalted Ruler. Attest; L. M. YOUNG. Secretary. LANCASTER. JULIA B. On Monday. Au gust 2.8, J950. at Louisville, Ky., JITLIA B. LANCASTER, lormerly of Jackoon. Tenn.. beloved sister of Mrs. Mattie L. Holman, aunt oi Mrs. I. A. Arnolds of Louisville. Ky.. and Chester H. Jones of Manchester. Tenn. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass, ave. n.e., where services will be held on Thursday. August 31. at 9:30 a.m. In j terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. i Mrs. James T. Ryan / James T. Ryan, Jr. -'ill ^ "REVERENCE REFINEMENT" j JAMES T.RYAKU - i Funeral Director i Over 30 years’ family supervision to offer the best ■ service for the least cost in your home or in our k AIR A \ . CONDITIONED . 8 s CHAPELS A 117 Panna. Ava. S.E. , AT. 1700-1701 )• 1 .;t" ■' U 11 LEPHFEW, MINNIE. On Wednesday, Au gust 30. 1950. MINNIE LEPHFEW. the beloved mother ol Mrs. Bessie Knox. Richard and Walter Lephfew. Funeral from the W. W. Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w. Notice of time later. LUCAS. DON ARION. Suddenly, on Mon day. August 28. 1950. at Annapolis. Md., DON ARION LUCAS, beloved son of Rob ert and Mary Lucas. He also leaves to mourn their loss a brother. Chall An tonio Lucas; a sister, Myra Jean Lucas; six aunts, Sue. Carrie Eelle. Jessie. Mat tie. Virginia and Nora, and a host of other relatives and friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Frazier's Funeral Home. MIDDLETON, HARRY T. Of 3500 10th st. n.e., on August 29, 1950. husband cf Lillian M. M'ddleton (nee Marvel), father of William B. and Harry T. Middleton, jr. Services at Chambers' Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin it. n.w.. on Wednesday, Au gust 30. at 8 p.m Interment Fernwood Cemetery. Philadelphia. Pa. 30 MORONEY. MATTHEW J„ Sr. On Tues day. August 29. I960, at his residence. 2000 18th st. n.w., MATTHEW J. MO RONEY. Sr., beloved husband of the late Catherine Moroney and father of Mrs. Mary Halloran of Pittsburgh. Fa.: Miss Nell E. Moroney, Matthew J. Moroney. Jr.; Mrs. Catherine O’Halloran and John P. Moroney, both of Pittsburgh. Funeral services and Interment Pittsburgh. Pa. Arrangements by Taltavulle Funeral Home NAYLOR, MARTHA. On Wednesday. Au gust 30. I960. MARTHA NAYLOR of 721 Gresham 1. n.w.. sister of Joseh Terry, aunt of Mrs. Arlesse Lindsey. Miss Susan Glascoe of Pittsburgh. Pa.: Mrs. Beulah Jones and Earl M. Stewart. Notice of funeral later. Services by Stewart. PFEIFFER. HELEN K. On Wednesday, August 30, 1950. at Mount Alto Hospital. HELEN K PIEIFFER of Fairfax County. Va.. beloved wife of Melvin A. Pfeiffer, mother of Mrs. Lorraine A. Henrickson and grandmother of Linda Lee Henrick son. Friends may call at the Ives Fu neral Home. 2847 Wilson blvd., Arlington, Va. Notice of funeral services later. PRESGRAVE, LAUBA LEE. On Monday. August 28. I960, at her home. Forest ville. Va.. LAURA LEE PRESGRAVE, wife of the late Charles J. Presgrave and mother ol Roy L.. Homer M and John F. Presgrave She also Is survived by seven grandchildren and thirteen great-grand children. Remains resting at her late residence. Funeral services at the Forest vllle Methodist Church on Thursday, Au gust 31. at 2 P.m. Interment Arnon Cemetery, Forestvilie, Va. 30 BOSS. JULIUS WALTON. On Wednesday. August 30, 1950. at 6:30 a.m., at his residence, 1003 Irving st. n.w., JULIUS WALTON ROSS, beloved husband of Ada P. Ross, devoted father of June Pinckney Ross, son oi tile late Bon. Jacob Allen Ross and Anna I.. Pearce. Notice of fu neral later. Arrangements by Frazier's Funeral Home. SAMUELSON. HARRY RUSSELL. On Mon day, August 28, .1950, at his residence, 3805 Warren st. n.w.. HARRY RUSSELL SAMUELSON. beloved husband of Katie E. Samuelson (nee Webel). Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Thursday. August 31, at 3 p.m. Interment private. 30 SAMUELSON. HARRY R. There will be a special meeting ol 'he mem bers of Printing Pressmen’s Union, No. 1, at 2:30 p.m. Tnursday. August 31. 1950. lor the purpose of attending the funeral of Brother HARRY R. SAMUELSON. LOUIS LOPEZ. President. STANLEY BRADSHAW. Secretary. 31 SCOTT. DANIEL (PETE). On Sunday. Au gust 27. 1950. DANIEL (PETE) SCOTT of 1910 3rd st. n.w., beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Scott and devoted father of three daughters. He also Is survived by a brother. George Scott: five sisters, Mrs. Melvinla Holiday. Mrs. Cora White. Mrs. Ellen Jackson. Mrs. Martha Holi day and Mrs. Mary Henderson, and other •relatives and friends Remains resting with L. E Murray A Son. 1337 10th st. n.w.. where friends may call after 3 p.m. Friday. Funeral services at Shady Grove Baptist Church, Orange. Va , on Saturday. September 2, at 2 p.m. Inter ment church cemetery. 1* SHARPE. LUCY ELLEN. On Saturday. August 26. 1960, at her residence, 900 E si s.w., LUCY ELLEN SHARPE, de voted mother ol Mrs. Gladys Jackson, mother-in-law of Edward Jackson. She leaver to mourn her passing other rela tives and many friends. Remains resting at her late residence after 2 p.m. Wed nesday, August 30. Funeral Thursday, August 31. at I p.m. from the Friendship Baptist Church. 1st and H sts. s.w.. the Rev B. H. Whiting officiating. Interment Payne's Cemetery Arrangements by the John T. Rhlnes Funeral Home, 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. 30 SMITH. ANNIE M. On Monday. August 28, 1950. at the residence of her daugh ter. 4801 10th rd. north, Arlington. Va., ANNIE M. SMITH, beloved mother of Mrs. 8. B. Surber. Mrs. Hart Markll. Mrs. Hatry C. Shepherd and Mrs. Edward C. Tompkins. Friends mar call at the Ives Funeral Home. 2847 Wilson blvd., Arling ton. Va.. where funeral services will be held Thursday. August 31. at 10:30 a m. Interment Columbia Cardens Cemetery. 30 Smith. She also Is survived by one sis ter. Mrs. Rossye L. Moore; ona brother. Emory Strickland, and other relatives and many friend*. After 5 p.m. Thurs day friends may call to see the late Mrs. Smith at the above address. Funeral Friday. September 1. at 1 p.m.. from the Metropolitan Baptist Church. Rev. E. C. Smith officiating. Arrangements by L E. Murray 6c Son. 31* STEVKRSON, JOHN EARL. On Sunday. August 27. 195(1. at Oallinger Hospital, JOHN EARL STEVERSON, formerly of 1215 C st. s.e. He leaves to mourn their loss his wife, sit sons, two daughters, three sisters, two brothers, his lather, four grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains may be seen Wednesday. August 30, after 2 p.m.. at the Belter Funeral Home. 1203 Walter at. s.e. Funeral services at 8t. Cyprian s Church on Thursday, August 31. wheie reaulem mass will be said at 9 a.m. for the repose of his soul. Relatives and frienda are invited to attend. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. • STEVENSON, JOHN EARL. St. Cyprian's Holy Name Society will recite (he rosary and prayera for the dead lor our late brother. JOHN EARL STEVENSON, on Wednesday. August 30. 1950, at 8:3(1 p.m., at the Better Funeral Home. 1203 Walter at s.e. WALTER ELLIS, President. JOSEPH F. CURTIS, Secretary. STIREWALT. EZRA N. Suddenly. Tues day. August 29. 1950. EZRA N. STIRE WALT ot 1300 Hamilton st. n.w., beloved husband of Kathleen Leach Stlrswalt. fa th*r of M-s. Margaret S. Hassler of West gate. Md , and J. Robert Stirewalt of Washington. D C.; brother of J. M. Stire walt of Washington, D. C.; V. P. and J. P. Stirewalt of Lu^ay, Va : Dr. A. J. Stire walt of Tokyo. Janan, and M. L. Stirewalt of Martinsburg. Va. Services at the. S H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Thursday. August 31. at 8 p m Interment Friday, September 1, at Luray, Va. .31 WALTERS MINNIE ANN. On Tuesday. August 29. 1950 at her residence. Fall* Church, Va . MINNIE ANN WALTERS, beloved wife of the late Robert Lee Walters and mother of Mrs Julie Har ley Mrs. Mable Jenkins. Claud S. and the late Robert Walters. She also Is survived by grana'rhlldren and great grandchildren. Remains resting at Money & King Funeral Home. Vienna. Va. Funeral Tuesday. August 31. at Bruen Chapel at 2 p.m. Interment Merrifleld Cemetery, Merrlfleld, Va. WARD. JOHN JOSEPH. Suddenly, on Tues day, August 29, 1950. at his residence, 3320 D st. s.e., JOHN JOSEPH WARD, beloved husband of Catherine M. Ward (nee Walsh). Funeral from the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home, fill H at. n.e., on Friday, September 1. at 8:30 a.m. Re auiem mass at Et. Francis Xavier's Church at 9 a.m. Interment Holy Sep ulture Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa. (Philadelphia, Pa., papers please copy.) 31 WHEELER ERNEST HALE. On Tuesday. August 29, 1950, at the Washington Sanitarium and Hospital. ERNEST HALE WHEELER formerly of Hudson, Mass.; brother of former Senator Burton K. Wheeler and Mrs Maude W. Mitchell of Washington, D. C.. and uncle of Richard H. Miller of Silver Spring. Md. Mr. Wheeler will rest at the Warner E. Pum phrey Funeral Home. 8434 Georgia ave., Sliver Spring. Md.. until 8 p.m. Wednes: day. August 30. Services will ot held ‘n Hudson. Mass., on Friday, September 1. at 2 p.m., at the Merrill Funeral Home. ICIAGET MEMORIAL 502 New Ham pj hit Vwit-Our-Dupuy M emoriad Tor Immediate Erect In-All- Cemeter - Opln-Jund WHITE. DONALD D. On Saturday, Au gust 26, 1950, at the Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Md., DONALD D. WHITE, beloved son of Mrs. Annie Minor and stepson of Augustus Minor. 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, August 30. Funeral services Thursday August 31, at 1 p.m. at the above funeral church, the Rev. Kirkland officiating Relatives and friends invited. Interment Arlington Cemetery. 30 WOODRUFF. REAR ADMIRAL GEORGE LYNN U S. Navy, retired. After a short illness, on Sunday. August 27, I960, at Bethesda Naval Hospital, REAR ADMIRAL GEORGE LYNN WOODRUFF. U S Navy, retired, of 1217 Clement pl„ Silver Spring. Md., beloved husband of Edna Dowling Woodruff, father of Mrs. Louise Woodruff Lindgren of Richmond, Va.: brother of Mrs. Karl Braeher of Santa Clara. Calif., Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford, La Crescenta, Calif.: Mrs. William W. Kavanaugh. Roanoke, Va.. and Jerrold Myron Woodruff of Hollywood, Calif Resting at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Services at Fort Myer Chapel on Thursday. August 3], at 10 a.m. with full military honors. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. WOODRUFF, LYNN G. A special com munication of Osiris Lodge. No. 26, F. A. A. M.. is hereby ca'led for Thursday, August 31. 1950. et 9 a.m., at the Masonic Temple, 13th st. and New York ave. n w.. for the purpose of conducting Masonic burial services for our late past master, G. LYNN WOODRUFF. JOHN C. RUSSELL. W. M RAYMOND E. GABLE, Secretary. 30 YOUNG. SERGT. LEONARD. On Monday. August 28 I960, at his residence, 2016 Fort Myor dr.. Arlington. Va., Sergi LEONARD YOUNG, retired, husband of Mrs. Minnie Young, stepfather of James Glover. He also leaves three sisters, two brothers, other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church. 1432 You st. n.w., after 10 a.m. Thursday, August 31. Funeral services Friday. September 1. at 1 p m , at the First Eaptlst Church. Rosslyn, Va.. Rev. Henry Houston officiating. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 31 In HJrmnriam BAKERSMITH. MART CATHERINE. In loving remembrance of our dear mother. MARY CATHERINE BAKER3MITH (nee Kate Sincell), who passed away ten years ago today. August ."0. 1940. HER DEVOTED CHILDREN. HORACE, NORMAN AND MIRIAM._ * _ BERARD, AGNES M. In sad but loving memory of my devoted mother, AGNES M. BERARD. who passed sway one year ago today, August 30, 1949. A wonderful mother and aide. One who was better God never made; A wonderful mother, so loyal and true. One in a million, that mother was you. HER LOVING SON, RAYMOND J. _BERARD._ • BLAND. JOHN LEWIS. In sad but loving memory of our husband and father, JOHN LEWIS BLAND, who dtparted from us lour years ago today. August 30. 1946. Your memory Is all we have now, Your cares are all at rest; You will never be forgotten By the ones who loved you best. HIS DEVOTED WIFE MARTHA. AND _CHILDREN. NORMAN AND ELOISE. ■ GRAY, MeKINLEY, 3rd. In loving re membrance of “Little Butch.'■ who died two years ago today, August 30, 1948, at the age of fi. Loved in life, remembered in death. Many a lonely heartache, often a silent tear But always a beautiful memory of one we loved so dear. MOTHER, DADDY AND BABY BROTHER. MINOR, HATTIE S. Sacred to the mem ory of my dear mother. HATTIE S. MINOR, who passed away seven years ago today. August 30, 1943._ GRACE • TOMLINSON, rrc. GEORGE LEE. D. S. M. Ci In sad and loving memory of our son. Pfc. GEORGE LEE TOMLINSON. U. S. M. C., who died in action on Iwo Jima Fcb ruaiy 20. 1945. Today would have been his 28th birthday. Twenty-eight years ago today there came a boy. Bringing to us an overflow of ioy: Cradled end taught with tender care. Growing to manhood, strong to do his share. Then came the summons, how cruel the blowl How could he leave us who loved him so? Father, who seeth us. hear our parent prayer; As we watched here. O God please watch over George up there. _LONELY MOM AND DAD. »_ WEST. DR. REUBEN M. In sad but lov ing memory of my beloved husband. Dr. REUBEN M. WEST, who died two years ago today. August 30. 1948. HIS DEVOTED WIFE. OLGA g WEST. * WEST. DR. REUBEN M. In sad and lov ing memory ol my beloved bro'her. Dr. REUBEN M. WEST, who entered lmo eternal rest two years ago today, Mon day, August 30, 1948. Loved and remembered always. DEVOTED SISTER. LEONORA WE8T FREEMAN. ,y H OCH jtf. __ ■■ ii - --— tfm/? fo/fcSems- COLORADO • PACIFIC NORTHWEST • YELLOWSTONE-GRAND TETON ZION-BRYCE-GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARKS • ! SUN VALLEY, IDAHO • CALIFORNIA Edmund Caskie Dies; Noted Linguist for World Conferences Edmund Caskie. 54, a State Department translator at impor tant International conferences for ! 12 years, died Monday at Sub urban Hospital after a long ill ness. Mr. Caskie. a native of St. Louis, was edu cated in Scot land and In Europe and was a graduate of the Sorbonne, in Paris. He spent most of his youth in Western Europe and was master of French, Ital ian, German, Portuguese and Spanish. He was familiar with several other languages. Mr. Caskie began his career as a linguist when he served as a lieutenant in the Army Interpret ing Corps in Wordl War I. From 1924 to 1925 he was a professor of romance languages at the Uni versity of Colorado and in 1927 taught languages at Oberlin Col lege. Taught at Annapolis. He taught languages for three years at the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis before coming to Washington in 1935 as a translator for the Navy Depart ment. In 1938 he became a member of the Romance Language Division of the State Department's translating staff. Mr. Caskie served as an inter preter at several meetings of the United Nations Relief and Re habilitation Administration. He also served at the Bretton Woods conference on international mone tary matters in 1945 and recently at a London Council of Foreign Ministers. In 1945 he spent sev eral months with the United Na tions at Lake Success as a lan guage expert. Won Legion of Honor. Mr. Caskie had an active in terest in French cultural affairs and arranged a series of lectures here by prominent French cul tural leaders about four years ago. For his service to French culture that country's government awarded him the Legion of Honor. Mr. Caskie was a member of the Society of Federal Translators and the George S. Patton, jr.. I Tank Corps Post of the American Legion. Mr. Caskie is survived by his widow, Mrs. Georgette Dupuy Caskie, and two daughters, Georgette and Virginia Caskie. They live at 27 East Williams lane, Chevy Chase, Md. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Fort Mver Chapel, with burial in Arlington National Cemetery. __ Norwegian doll-makers now are I producing from 40.000 to 50.000 toy babies annually. Leonard Craske, Sculptor, Dies After Long Illness By tKe Associated Press BOSTON, Aug. 30. — Leonard Craske, 73, world-famous sculp tor, whose works include the “Gloucester Fisherman,” died last night after a long illness. Among his other works are: The “Fisherman's Wife” which overlooks the reef of Norman’s Woe outside Gloucester Harbor; the De Longue Memorial in New York; a World War I memorial at Lawrence. Mass., and his Ames bury, Mass., “Doughboy.” Mr. Craske's last work was a bronze plaque depicting Wash ington’s farewell to his troops under the historic elm tree. Mr. Craskes's close friends said one of his last wishes was to be cremated and his ashes scattered among the flowers cast on the outgoing tide in a memorial service held every June in Glou cester. The ceremony, for those lost at sea, takes place beneath his "Fisherman’s Memorial.” Fredericksburg Man Killed in Korea The death of the first man from Fredericksburg, Va., to be killed in the war in Korea has be*n reported to his parents. He is Pfc. Ran d o 1 p h L. Kendall, 19, son of Mrs. Mae Kendall, 901 Sophia street, with whom he lived. His father is Donald Ken dall. who works at the Sylvania electrical plant i n Fredericks burg and who lives at 1009 Sophia street. Pvt- K*nd»n. A native of Fredericksburg, Pvt. Kendall attended public schools there and also is survived by a brother, Lloyd Kendall, 27. with the Air Force in New Mexico, and a sister., Mrs. Josephine Wood, who lives with her mother. Pvt. Kendall last wrote his family three weeks ago while en route from Hawaii to Korea. He had been stationed in Hawaii for a year and prior to that was stationed at Fort Belvoir. Pvt. Kendall was killed four days be fore another Fredericksburg area man was killed, according to word received by Pvt. Kendall's parents. The first death in the area was Pfc. Charles R. Toombs, 19, of Chancellor. The first casualty from Fred ericksburg was Pvt. James E. Eubank. 18. of 1006 Sophia street, who was wounded August 24. Southern Rhodesia's Wankie Game Reserve now has nearly 500.000 head of game, including about 1.000 elephants. Joseph F. Krieg Dies; Storage Company President 20 Years Joseph F. Krieg, 70, president of Krieg’s Express & Storage Co., In<\, 616 I street N.W., died Mon day at his home, Northbrook Courts, 3420 Sixteenth street N.W. Death was attributed to a heart ailment. He had been ill for several months. A lifelong resi d e n t of Wash i n g t on , Mr. Krieg was the son of Gottfried and Catherine Krieg. His father founded the ex- ■ press company Mr- Krie* here about 75 years ago. Member of Elks. Mr. Krieg was educated at St. Matthew's Parochial School. He began working for the company; in his youth and had been presi dent for the last 20 years. For many years he was a member of the Elks Lodge here. In November, 1900, Mr. Krieg .narried Mary Ellen Wolfe, a native of Washington, who sur rives him. He also leaves two sons. Joseph F. Krieg, jr„ of Fairfax, Va., and Francis J. Krieg, East Pines, Riv erdale, Md., both associated with him in business: three daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth K. Wester, wife of Lt. Col. John W. Wester, Silver Spring; Mrs. Margaret K. De Ruiz of Fairfax, widow of Richard L. De Ruiz, former chief deputy marshal of District Court here, and Miss Catherine M. Krieg, assistant cashier of the Riggs Na tional Bank, who became the bank's first woman officer in 1944. of 1727 Massachusetts avenue N.W.: five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral to be Tomorrow. Also surviving are a brother, Frederick J. Krieg, 1324 Randolph street N.E., and two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth J. Fisher and Mrs. Anna Krieg Rover, both of 1425 Rhode Island avenue N.W. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the Shrine of the Sacred Heart Church, Six teenth street and Park road N.W. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Arthur Learoyd, 77, Retired Coal Aide, Dies By the Associated Pres* NORTH HOLYWOOD, Calif.. Aug. 30.—Arthur Learoyd, 77, World War I fuel administrator for New York City and State and retired president of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Co., died Monday in nearby Winnetka. Mr. Learoyd came to California in 1938. Survivors include his wife Carolyn and daughter, wife of Col. S. M. Lutz, who is with the armed forces in Tokyo. Chauncey Glascock, Ex-Councilman, Dies Chauncey De Pew Glascock, 55, engineer at the Bureau of Publio Roads and former Mount Rainier iMd.) councilman, died yesterday in Prince Georges General Hos pital. Mr. Glascock suffered a heart attack early Saturday at his home, 4200 Thirtieth street. Mount Rainier. Born in Winchester, Va„ Mr. Glascock served overseas in the Navy in World War I. He came to Washington shortly after that war and had lived in Mount Rain ier for the last 22 years. Before joining Public Roads in 1942, he was maintenance engineer at the Washington National Airport. Mr. Glascock served as town councilman for four years. He was a member of George C. Whiting Masonic Lodge No. 22, Hunte mann-Huff Post No. 110 of the American Legion, the Universal Craftsmen Council of Engineers and the Mount Rainier Christian Church. Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Anna Louise Glascock: three sons, Donald D. and Clyde D. Glascock, both of the Kaywood Gardens Apartments, 4101 Kaywood place. Mount Rainier, and Carlton L. Glascock, 15; a daughter. Peggy Lois Glascocx, 8, and a grandson. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Nalley funeral home, 3200 Rhode Island avenue N.E. Burial will be in Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Karl J. Hardy Rites Will Be Held Today Funeral services for Karl J. Hardy, 44, general counsel for the National Securities Industrial As sociation, who died Monday at George Washington University Hospital, were to be held at 4 p.m, today at Gawler’s funeral home, 1756 Pennsylvania avenue N.W. Mr. Hardy, a native of Salt Lake City, where he will be buried, came to Washington in 1927 as secretary of the Public Buildings Administration. He lived at 5175 Watson street N.W. In 1933 Mr. Hardy entered pri vate law practice after receiving a law degree from George Wash ington University law school. His firm was Hardy, Reasoner fz Kelly, with offices in the Trans portation Building. He received a master of laws degree from George Washington in 1934. Representing the District Bar Association at Mr. Hardy’s fu neral will be Joseph Fitzgerald, jr.; Wilbur L. Gray, Arthur J. Hilland, James R. Murphy, Earl P. Ready, Edwin Shelton, A. K. Shipe and Richard H. Wilmer. The attorney is survived by his widow, Mrs. Zella Smoot Hardy: a daughter, Miss Jeramy Hardy: a brother, Glen E. Hardy, 5018 [V street N.W., and his parents. | Mr. and Mrs. Karl D. Hardy of Salt Lake City.