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ALBERTSON, ERNESTINE. On Monday, September 25. 1(550. at the Washington Sanitarium, ERNESTINE ALBERTSON beloved wile oi Charles Albertson and mother of Lois V., Catherine Louise and Dixie Lee Albertson. Friends may call at the Takoma Funeral Home ttemporary chapeli, 276 Carroll st. n.w. Services at the Takoma Park S.-D. A. Church on Wednesday, September 27. at 2 p.m. Interment George Washington Cemetery. BAKER. ROSA. Suddenly, on Saturday. September 23, 1350, at her residence, 315 57th st n.e . ROSA BAKER, loving mother of Della Bonapart of Orangeburg. S. C.; Preston Baker. Lilar Jones. Mouesia Issac, Leila Simpkins, Rosalie James. Mittle Nickens and Elvira Herndon. Bile also is survived by five grandchildren, one sister, one daughter-in-law, six sons ln-)aw and many other relatives and friends. Friends may call from 4 p.m. Tuesday, September 26, to 6 p.m. Wed nesday, September 27, -at Henry S. Wash ington & Sons' Funeral Home. 4325 Deane ave. n.e. Services and ‘nterment Orangeburg, S. C. BRAXTON, BLANCHE. Suddenly, on Sun day. September 14, 1950, at Emergency Hospital. BLANCHE BRAXTON, wife of Wilson Braxton, mother of Rev. James Minor, granomother of Barbara Minor, mother-in-law of Mrs. Evelyn Minor, step mother of Mrs, Mary Smith, mother-in law of Ernest Smith and godmother of Miss Cherry Mitchell. She also leaves a host of other relatives and friends. After 4 p.m. Tuesday. September So, friends may call at Henry S. Washington & Sons' Funeral Home, 467 N st. n.w. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, Septem ber 27. at 1 P.m., at the Rising Mourn, Zion Baptist Church, 1215 8th st. n.w.. Rev. G. Galloway officiating. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Lincoln | Memorial Cemetery. BROWN, MARIE. On Saturday, September 23, 1950, at Casualty Hospital. MARIE BROWN, daughter of Maggie Fitzgerald Brown and Julius Fitzgerald; mother ol Larry, Alberta Theodore and Anthony Brown; sister of Margaret Fitzgerald, Grace Branch, Annie Brice, Mary Duckett, Sadie Wilson, James Burley, Beatrice Smith. Katie, Charles and Wil liam Brown. She also leaves other rela tives and friends. The late Mrs. Brown may be viewed at 1013 2nd st. n.e.. after 4 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Wednes day, Sepiember 27, at Mount Airy Bap tist Church, L st. between N. Capitol and 1st. sts. n.w., at 1 p.m. Interment Mount Nebo, Md. Services by Stewart. 26 BROWN, WILLIAM. On Sunday. Septem ber 24. 1950, WILLIAM BROWN of 318 N. Y. ave. n.w., beloved husband of Mrs. Porter Brown, stepson of Mrs. Jennie Brown, brother of Claude H., John and Luther Brown. He also leaves other rela tives and friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church, 1432 You st. n.w.. after 4 p.m. Tuesday, September 26. Funeral services Wed nesday, September 27. at 2 p.m. at the Mount Sinai Baptist Church. 1615 3rd st. n.w., the Rev. C. C. Hayes officiat ing. Relatives and friends invited. In terment Woodlawn Cemetery. 26 CARTER, ALBERT LOUIS. On Saturday. September 23. 1950, ALBERT LOUIS CARTER cf 923 2nd st. s.w., beloved hus band of Mrs Juanita Carter, father of Bernadette, Shirley and Norma Carter; brother of Miss Lucy Carter. John S., George and Robert Carter. He also is survived by two uncles and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains may be viewed after 5 p.m. Tuesday. Sep tember 26. at Barnes & Matthews' Fu neral Home, 614 4th st s.w., where fu neral services will be held Wednesday, September 27. at 2 p.m.. Elder Samuel Kelsey officiating. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. CARTER, GARNETT F. Suddenly, on Sunday, September 24. 1950. GARNETT F. CARTER, beloved brother of Mrs. Lil lian M. Carter, Mrs. Mamie E. Burgess, Mrs. Hallie S Newmar. of Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Maf'-a L. Straley and Mrs. Margaret G. Rhodes of Alexandria. Va. Funeral from the Geier Funeral Home, 3605 14th st n.w., on Wednesday, Sep tember 27. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. CASHELL. ALMA D. On Sunday. Septem ber 24. 1950. at Norfolk. Nebr.. ALMA D. CASHELL. beloved mother of Mrs. Hal C. Penn. Mrs. Gladys Ward and Mr. Samuel F. Cashell of Norfolk. Nebr.. and sister of Arthur C.. Charles P. and Miss Ada Connell, and Mrs. Ethel Selby. Five grandchildren also survive. Services anc interment private. Please omit flowers. 27 DAVIS. ALFRIEDA. On Monday. Sep tember 25. 1050. Mrs. ALFRIEDA DAVIS of 621 21st st. n.e., beloved wife of George Davis, devoted mother of Georgia Mae. Alma and Leora Davis. She also is survived by two brothers. Samuel P. and Malachi C. Durkins; two sisters. Harriett Baber and Katherine Murphy, and other relatives and friends. Remains resting with L. E. Murray & Son. 1337 10th st. n.w. Funeral notice leter. • DAY, MAXWELL, W. On Monday. Sep tember 25. 1950. at Waverley Sanltorlum, MAXWELL W. DAY cf 405 Cumberland ave., Chevy Chase, Md.. beloved husband of '.he late Eertha F. Day and father of Irving M. Day. Remains resting at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert A. Pumphrey. Bethesda. Md., where services will be held Wednesday. September 27. at 2 p.m. Interment in Schenectady. N. Y. EDMOND. LENA. On Sunday, September 24. 1950. at Gallinger Hospital, LENA EDMOND. She is survived by a devoted husband, Robert Edmond; other relatives and many friends. Remains resting at Horton's Mortuary, 1322 You st. n.w., where funeral services will be held Wed nesday, September 27, at 12 noon. Rev. 1. Miller officiating. Interment Wood lawn Cemetery. ELLIOTT, JOHN WALTON. On Septem ber 25, 1950. husband of Edna W. El liott, brother of Wallace W. Elliott. Re mains at Chambers’ Funeral Home, 517 11th st. s.e. Graveside services in Ar lington National Cemetery on Thursday, Setember 28. at 9 a.m. 27 EWELL. EDW ARD. On Friday, September 22, 1950, In Philadelphia, Pa.. EDWARD EWELL, the beloved husband of Lucille Ewell. He is also survived by a host of friends. Funerai Wednesday. Sep tember 27. a* 1 p.m., from Vermont Avenue Baptist Church. Rev. C. T. Murray officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements oy L. E. Murray & Son. 26* FAGUE. ANNIE S. Of 3626'Fessenden st. n.w., on Monday, September 25, 1950, ANNIE S. FAGUE. sister of Mrs. Edward F. Riggs of Washington. D. C. Services will be held at Gawler's Chapel, 1756 Pa. ave. n.w., on Wednesday, September 27. at 2 p.m. Interment Gienwood Cemetery. 26 FARRELL, JOHN J, On Monday. Sep tember 25, 1950. JOHN J. FARRELL of 3104 G st. s.e.. husband of Lottie B. Farrell, father of Hiram J. and Michael G. Farrell; brother of George Farrell. Services at Chambers' Funeral Home. 617 11th st. s.e., Wednesday, September 27. at 1:30 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. FUSSELL. IRA CARLTON. On Tuesday. September 26, 1950. at Georgetown Uni versity Hospital. IRA CARLTON FUS 8ELL of 1830 17th st. n.w.. father of Ira Carlton Fussell. jr.; wr. at Mrs. Eva A. Fussell and the late Bryant Fussell, brother of Miss Edna Fussell. Mrs. F. S. Hathorne and Sergt. Albert Fussell, all of Washington, D. C„ and Herbert Bryant Fussell of St. Petersburg. Fla. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Hume 2901 14t,h st. n.w.. on Thursday, Septem ber 28, at 3 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 27 GILES, CHARLES W. On Saturday, Sep tember 23. 1950, CHARLES W. GILES of 1422 D st. s.e., husband of Ethel L. Giles, brother of Howard E. Giles, Mrs. Viola Berg and Mrs. Edna Rogers. Services at Chambers’ Funeral Home, 517 11th st. s.e., on Wednesday, Sep tember 27, at 12 noon. Interment Arling ton National Cemetery. 26 GILLIAM. ROBERT W. On Monoay. Sep tember 25 1950, at the residence of his daughter. Mrs. Dorothy Eallard. 1214 La* mort st. n.w.. Mr. ROBERT W. GILLIAM, beloved father of Leonard Gilliam. Miss Leticia Gilliam and Mrs. Dorothy Ballard. He also is survived by one sister. Miss Leticia Gilliam of New York City; two grandchildren and other relatives and Jriends. After 6 p.m. Wednesday, friends may call to see the late Mr. Gillian, at the above address, where funeral service* will be held Thursday. September :1b. at 1:30 p.m , Rev. E. C. Smith officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements by L. E. Murray & Son. 27* GOLDSBY. CHARLES D. On Sunday, Sep tember 24, 1950, CHARLES D. GOLDS BY, beloved father of Mrs. Margaret L. McCauley. Mrs. George F. Thorpe and Mrs. Jessie L. Moorman. Funeral from W. W. Deal Funeral Home, 4812 Ga. ave. n.w.. on Wednesday, September 27, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 26 FUNERAL DIRECTORS. FRANK GEIER'S SON'S CO. 3605 14th ST. N.W. TUCKERMAN 2326 NEW ENLARGED PARLORS Formerly at 1118 7th St. N.W _Established 1851 V. L SPEARE CO. Neither successor to nor connected with the original W. R Speare establishment. 1009 H St. N.W. N.t&2fifl2 J. William Lee’s Sons Co. Crematorium FUNERAL DIRECTOR 4th and Mass. Ave. N.E. LI. 8-6200 FUNERAL DESIGNS. GUDE BROS. CO. Charge Accounts Opened by Phone Individually Designed Wreaths and Snran 1212 F St. N.W.. National 4276 GEO. C. SHAFFER, INC. Expressive Floral Tributes Moderatt prices. Open daily. Sun., holidays. Phone orders also accepted, 6:30 to 9 p.m wee! Bights 900 14th 8t. N.W.. NA. OHM ■ C. & C. FLOWER STORES FLORAL SPRAYS, $3.95 UP DELIVERED Charge Accounts Invitea 808 14th St. N.W. ME. 7433 Biackistone. Inc. 1407Di.T3mw BEAUTIFUL FLORAL TRIBUTES, $5 up Phone and Charge It Brathfl GRAM. MASTER J. WORTHINGTON. On Monday. September 25, 1950, at his residence, 3337 Runnymede pi. n.w., MASTER J. WORTHINGTON GRAM, son of Harvey B., Jr., and Mary D. Gram: trother of Harvey B, 3rd, and Dunbar Gram, both of Washington, D. C. Serv ices from the above residence on Wed nesday. September 27. at 10 a.m. Inter ment Rock Creek Cemetery. 26 GREEN. LOUISA N. On Sunday, Septem ber 24, 1950, at her residence, 1905 15th st. n.w.. Ant 32, Mrs. LOUISA N. GREEN, beloved mother of Phillip D. Green. She glso it survived by other relatives and many friends. Remains resting with L. E. Murray & Son, 1337 10th st. n.w., where friends may call after 4 p.m. Wed nesday and where funeral services will be hcln Thursday, September 28, at 1 p m.. Rev. Spottswooa officiating. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 27* HARDING. MARGUERITE MORRIS. On Sunday. September 24, 1950, at George town University Hospital, MARGUERITE MORRIS HARDING of 5428 41st st. n.w., beloved wife of Dr, James C. Harding and mother of Mrs. William B. Swann and Mrs. George W. Jenkins. Remains resting at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert A. Pumphrey. Bethesda, Md. Services Wednesday, Sep 'ember 27. at the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament, Chevy Chase Circle, where requiem mass will be ollered at 10 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. (Philadelphia papers please copy.) 26 HARR, MARTHA W. on 6unday, Septem ber 24, 1950, at George Washington University Hospital. MARTHA W. HARR of 1828 North 16th st„ Arlington, Va„ beloved wife of L. A. Harr, mother 'of Mrs. M. Winifred Biondi and Mrs. Mar jorie R. Miller. Hempstead. Long Island. Services at the S. H. Hlhes Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Tuesday, September 26, at 3 p.m. Interment Union Cemetery. Rockville. Md. 26 HARRIS. ROBERT L. On Tuesday, Sep tember 26, 1950. at his residence. 5010 Columbia pike. Arlington. Va.. ROBERT L. HARRIS, beloved husband of Vivian E. Harris. Friends may call at the Ives Funeral Home. 2847 Wilson blvd., Arlington, Va. Notice of funeral ar rangements later. HICKMAN. GEORGIA. On Sunday. Sep tember 24 I960 at Frcedmen’s Hospital, GEORGIA IIICKMAN of 1114 Que s', n.w. She leaves lo mourn their loss two devoted cousins. Mrs. Rosa Jones and Mrs. Ettereteen Welch: other relatives and many friends. Remains resting at the Morrow A- Woodford Funeral Home, Inc.. 1622 11th st. n.w. After 12 noon Wednesday. September 27. irlends are in vited to call at the above-named funeral home. Services will be held Thursday. September 28. at 12:30 p.m.. Rev. C. T. Murray officiating. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 27 utOKiiiA. omcers ana mem -a- bers of James Reese Europe Unit, No. 6. American Legion A wt Auxiliary, are hereby notified of the death of its member, GEORGIA HICKMAN. Legion services will be held on Wed nesday. September 27. 1050. f t 8 p.m., at the Morrow & Woodford Fu neral Home, Inc.. 1622 11th st. n.w. Of ficers and members are requested to at tend. CHARLOTTE T. LANCASTER. President. ELVA B. Me LANE Secretary. HILL, ELIZA. On Monday. September 25. 1050. at her residence. 1660 South 13th' st.. Arlington. Va.. ELIZA HILL, wife of the late Robert Hill, stepmother of Mrs. Edna Ciinkett. sister of Mrs. Annie Granderscm, devoted aunt of Charles Willis. Robert Thomas and Arthur Bos well. Three devoted cousins. Mrs. Susie Axom, Mrs. Heien Goldman and Mrs. Pearl Parks; two devoted friends, John Uwell and Mrs. Eva Harris: other rela tives and friends aiso survive. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines fc Co. Fu neral Home. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w., until Wednesday, September 27, at 4 p.m.; thence to Mount Olive Baptist Church, 14th and Pierce sts., Arlington, Va., where services will be held. Rev. Aaron Mackley officiating. Interment Odd Fel lows' Cemetery. 27 HILL. ELIZA. All present and past grand officers of A. I. O. of Moses ore hereby notified to attend the funeral of our late sister, Eliza Hill, on Thursday. Sep _tember‘28, 1950. at 1:30 p.m., from the Mount Olive Beptist Church. 14th and Queen sts., Arlington. Va. Please wear black. Fraternally. BRO. ALTON JOHNSON, G. M. IRENE B. MILLER. Rec. HOLZBERG. BAREND P. On Monday, Sep tember 25, 1950. at Episcopal Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital. BAREND P. HOLZBERG of 1706 Lanier pi. n.w., beloved husband of Leah B. Holzberg. father of John C. Holzberg. Bethesda. Md.; brother of Tonnis J. Holzberg. Mrs. Christina Williams. Miss Jacoba holzberg. all of Washington, D. C.; uncle of Mrs. Linda Thomas of Virginia. Remains resting at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. after 8 am. Tuesday. September 26. Services at the above funeral nome on Wednes day. September 27, at 10 a.m. Inter ment private. 26 HUBER. KATHERINE L. Suddenly on Sunday. September 24. 1950, at Sibley Hospital, KATHERINE L. HUBER of 2201 Upshur st. n.e.. beloved wife of Harry J. Huber, mother of Louis C. Huber. Also survived by three sisters and two brothers. Services at the 8 H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w . on Wed nesday, September 27. 8:30 a.m.: thence to St. Anthony's Catholic Church, 12th and Monroe sts. n.e.. where the holy sacrifice of the mass will be offered at ?'oJ0r.Jhe ,re9?se of her soul. Inter ment, St. Mary s Cemetery. 26 JKSSE. Suddenly, on Saturday, Saturday. September 23. 1950, at his "Sidence. 1120 11th st. n.w., JESSE JOHNSON. He leaves to mourn a de voted wife. Mrs. Lillian Johuson; one brother. William J. Johnson: *hree chil dren. Josephine, Jessie and Larry, and a host of friends. Remains may be seen at the above residence after 6 p.m. Tuesday September 26. Funeral Wednesday. Sep , timber 2, at 2 p.m.. from the Spring field Baptist Church. 6th and P sts. n w Rev. E. J. Mack officiating. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements uy the Darden Funeral Heme KYBER, KATHERINE M. On Saturdav i gTPternber 23. 1950. KATHERINE m! I £X,BE)?;. of 4112 *?th «ve. Landover Hl.ls. Me. the beloved wife of Max G Kyber and mother of Frederick Oscar Raymond Joseph and Allan Herbert i gyber. Friends may call at the Lee i Funeral Home, 4th st. and Massachusetts I avp-_ n e- where services will be held S on Tuesday. September 28. at 7:30 p.m. Interment private. 26 i LAAUKtAlJ, NORMAN. On Monday Sep tember 25, 1950, NORMAN LANDREAU, past department commander of the Depart ment of the District ot Co lumbia. American Legion services will be held on Wed ” nesday. September 27. at 7:45 p.m., at Chambers’ Funeral Home, 3072 ; M st. n.w. Please omit flowers. Oflicers and members reauested to attend. I WALTEP. L. MORGAN, Jr., Dept. Comdr. BYRON E. DUNN, Dept. Adjt. LANDREAU, NORMAN. Members of the — Cooley-McCullough P06t, No. 22, the American Legion, are hereby notified of the death of our iate past commander, NORMAN LANDREAU, on Monday. September 25, 1960 _ at Mount Alto Hospital. Serv ices at Chambers’ Funeral Home, 3072 M st. n.w , Wednesday, September 27, at 8 p.m. All members are requested to attend. Services by National Guard of Honor. Burial Thursday. Please omit flowers. ROBERT 8. MILLER. Adjutant. 27 LEE MANUEL. On Saturday. September 23. 1050. at 10:55 a.m. at his residence, 507 24th st. n.w., MANUEL LEE de voted husband of Alice M. Lee, beloved father of Marteal Hart, grandfather of Audrey H. Grant, great-grandfather of Waiter L. Grant jr. A host of other relatives and friends also survive. Body wii! lie in state at Liberty Batlst Church, 23rd st. between H and Eye sts. n.w., from Tuesday, betember 20. at 5 p.m. until Wednesday September 27, at 12:30 p.m. Funeral Wednesday, September 27 at 1 p ro., from Liberty Baptist Church. Rev. H. L. Gaskins officiating. Intemer.t Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrange ments by Clark’s Funeral Home. * MAGEE, RALPH WALDO. Suddenly or Sunday. September '24, 1960, at hi! residence, 3015 11th st. n.w., RALPP WALDO MAGEE, beloved husband ol Ethel L. Magee, father of Ralph Lowel Magee and Harriet Ethel Magee, brothel of Miss Myra Magee and Charles L Magee. Services at the S. H. Hines Co Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. or Wednesday, September 27, at 2 p.m Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 26 MARSHALL, M. REBECCA. On Tuesday Setpember 20. 1950, M. REBECCA MAR SHALL of 2423 South Seminary rd„ Ar lington, Va . beloved mother of Mrs. Ann Nelson, Miss Margaret Marshall and Sis ter M. Demitria O. P. Also surviving are eight grandchildren, ten great-grand children, other relatives and many friends. Notice of funeral later. Ar rangements by McGuire, Inc. 27 McCLELLAN, WILLIE MAE. On Sunday, September 24. 1950, WILLIE MAE Mc CLELLAN of 1361 B st. n e., the beloved wife of Clyde McClellan. She also is sur vived by a loving mother, four sisters, one brother and other relatives and Jilsnds. After 4 p.m. Tuesday. September 26, friends may call at the Walter E. Hunter Funeral Home. 2512 Sheridan rd. s.a Funeral Wednesday, September 27, at 1 p.m.. from the above-named funeral home. Interment ir. Woodlawn Cemetery. McCOY, MACK R. Suddenly, on Satur day. September 23, 1960, MACK R. Mc COY of 920 49th st. n.e., beloved hus band of Mrs. Ruth McCoy. He also leaves a lost of friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church, 1432 You st. n.w., after 10 a.m. Thurs day, September 28. Funeral services Fri day. September 29, at 1 p.m., at the Union Hall. 525 New Jersey ave. n.w., Rev. Patterson officiating. Friends in vited. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 28 ! MOORE. ELIZABETH. On Monday. Sep t tember 25. 1950. at Prince Georges Hos I pital, Cheverly. Md.. ELIZABETH MOORE 1 of Plum Folnt. Md., formerly of Rlver 1 dale. Md.. beloved wife of Elmer R. Moore and mother of Lucille Lensner. Services at Gaschs Funeral Home. Hyaltsville. Md., on Wednesday, September 27, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends Invited, In terment at Fort Lincoln Cemetery. I MOORE, MRS. ELIZABETH. The officers and members of Washington Centennial Chapter. No. 26, O. E. S., are requested to at tend the services for our late sister. ELIZABETH MOORE, on Wednesday. September 27. 1950, at 1:45 P.m., at Gasch s Funeral Home, 4739 Baltimore ave., Hyattsville. Md. MARY E. W. PITTMAN. Worthy Matron. Attest: MAYBELL L. HERBERT. Sec. L Lehigh Club to Meet The Washington Lehigh Club will hold its first fall meeting, a; luncheon at 12:15 p.m. tomorrow; at the Burlington Hotel. MOSER, EMMA. Suddenly, on Tuesday. September 23. 195(1. at 4439 Harrison st. n.w., EMMA MOSER, wife of the late Charles R. Moser, mother of Mrs. Edwina Medkiff of Trenton. N. J„ and sister of Mrs. Geneva Nichols of Washington. D. C.; Edward G. ar.d Wilbur S. Goddard of New Jersey. Mrs. Moser rests at the Chevy Chase Funeral Home, 5101 Wis consin eve. n.w. Notice of services later. MURRAY. EMMA GREEN. On Sunday, September 34. 1950. at Freedmen's Hos pital, EMMA GREEN MURRAY of 928 S st. n.w.. beloved wife of George Henry Murray and sister of Mrs. Mary P. Smith. Mrs. Sarah Finn and Mrs. Veil mar Gadsden; aunt of Mrs. Edith De Bruhl. Mrs. Mary Anderson. Samuel Pierre and Edward Romas. Also surviv ,ng are many other relatives and friends. After noon Wednesday, friends are in vited to call at her late residence. Funeral services Thursday, September 28. at St. Mary's P. E. Church. 33rd st. between G and H sts. n.w., at 2 p.m Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements by McGuire, Inc. 27 MURRAY, MRS. EMMA GREEN. The of ficers and members of the Teachers' Benefit Association are hereby notified of the death of Mrs. EMMA GREEN MUR RrAY WILLIAM D NIXON, President. HELEN J. MOORE. Secretary. MUSSON. EDWARD H. On Monday, Sep tember 25, 1950, EDWARD H. MUSSON. beloved husband of S. Elizabeth Musson father of Edward H. Musson, Jr.; brother of Mrs. Gertrude M. Harris and Miss Sarah Musson Three grandchildren also survive. Funeral irom the W. w. Deal Funeral Heme, 4812 Georgia avc. n.w.. on Thursday, September 28, at 2 p.m. Rel atives and lriends invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 27 PROCTOR. El OISE CATHERINE- Sudden ly. on Sunday. September .’4, 1950. ELOISE CATHERINE PROCTOR of 55 Quc st. s.w.. beioved wife of William Proctor, mother of William Proctor, jr.; daughter of Nathaniel Moss, sister of Mrs. Lillian A. Norman, Miss Theresa Moss. Mrs. Iola B. Pierce, Mrs. Ionia P. Berryman. She a'so Is survived by a niece, Patricia B Moss, and a host, of other relatives and friends. Remains may be viewed after 5 p.m. Wednesday. September 27, at Barnes & Matthews' Funeral Home, hi4 4th st. s.w. Funeral Thursday. September 28, at 1 p.m.. from the Rehoboth Baptist Church. 1st st. be tween N and O sts. s.w.. Rev. A. H. 6. Johnson officiating. Interment Woodiawn Cemetery. 27 RISDON. JOHN THORNTON. On Mon day, September 25. 1650, in Staunton, Va.. JOHN THORNTON RISDON of 4408 North 16th st.. Arlington, .Va,, beloved husband of Katherine S. Risdon and fa ther of Mrs Thomas F. Moore. J. Thorn ton and John L. Risdon of Arlington, Va. One grandson. Mkhael Moore, also sur vives. Friends may calf at the Budduth Funeral Home, Warrenton, Va., where services will be held on Wednesday, Sep tember 21. at 2 p.m. Interment War renton Cemetery. 27 NOLTE, GEORGE J. On Monday. Septem ber 25, 1650. GEORGE J. NOLTE. be loved son of the late Mathias and Chris tine Nolte. Funeral from the Geler Fu neral Home, 6605 14th at. n.w., on Thurs day. September 28. at 8:37 a.m. Re quiem mass at St. Mary's Church at 3 a m. Relatives and friends Invited. In terment St. Mary's Cemetery. 27 PFLIEGER, JOHN. On Monday. Septem ber 25. 1630. at Providence Hospital, JOHN PFLIEGER of 7313 Hansford st. s.e . beloved husband of Dorothy E. Pflieger, father of John H. and Patricia N. Pflieger brother of William. August. Henry and Bertha Pflieger; Mrs. Mary Dorsch and Mrs. Dora Barrett. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home, 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where services will be held on Thursday. September 28, at 2 p.m. Interment at Washington Na tional Cemetery. 27 RALEY. HENRY JEROME. On Monday. September 25, 1650. at 224 N. E. Hist at., Miami. Fla.. HENRY JEROME RALEY, formerly of Washington. D. C.. and Leon ardtown, Md. Burial in Miami, Fla. 27 ROBINSON, KATIE P. On Monjay, Sep tember 25, 1650, at her residence. 1220 Kenyon it. n.w., KATIE P. ROBINSON, beloved wife of the late James W. Robin son, sister of Mrs. Edble P Oldham. Mrs. Vlrgle C. Watson, Ernest F. Pinckney and Mrs. Ada P Ross, aunl of June Pinckney Ross and Marshall Robinson. Notice of funeral later. Arrangement* by Tra iler's Funere' Home. SANDERS. HARRY R. On Sunday, Sep tember 24, 1650. at his residence. 338 58th st. n.e., HARRY R. SANDERS, de voted husband of Mattie E. Sanders, fa ther of Harriett S. Johnson, grandiather of Warletta Y. Johnson. Other relatives and friends also survive. After H p.m. Wednesday. September 27. friends may call at Henry 6. Washington & Sons' Fu neral Home 4925 Deane ave. n.e . where services will be held Thursday. September 28. at 1 p.m.. Rev. W. O. Evans officiat ing. Relatives and friends invited. In i terment Rutherford. Ga. i SCHOFIELD, MURDOCK R. Departed this 1 life Sunday. September 24. 1650. at 5 p.m.. at Freetlmen's Hospital. MURDOCK R. SCHOFIELD of 1835 California st i n.w. He leaves to mourn his loss a de voted wife. Marie Schofield; three chil dren. Murdock. Howard and Cheryl Scho field; a loving mother and father, Henry and Effle Schofield; lour sisters, four brothers and a host of other relatfves and friends. Remains may be viewed alter 5 p.m. Wednesday, September 27, at the W Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church, 1432 You st. n.w. Funeral Sunday, October 1, Sally. S. C. 28 1 SCOTT. LAURA. On Sunday, September I 24 1650, LAURA SCOTT, beloved mother of Charles Henry. Francis. William and George Edward Scott; devoted sister of Mrs. Mary Locker. She also leaves other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church. 1432 You st. n.w . after 1 p.m. Tuesday. September 26. Funeral services and in terment Esmont. Va.. Thursday, Septem ber 28, at 2:30 p.m. 27 SPICER. DIXIE ALTHEA. On Monday, September 25, 1950. at Walter Reed Hos pital, DIXIE ALTHEA SPICER, beloved daughter of Col. and Mrs. W'iiliam H. Spicer of 5206 North 26th st.. Arlington. Va ; sister oi Linda and Susan Spicer anc i.tepsistcr of Betty Spicer of New Woodstock. N. Y., and Mrs. Alvin Hastings of Delmar. Del. Friends may call at the Wastler Funeral Home. 301 East Capitol st. Funeral services will be held at Foit Myer Chapel on Thursday. September 2c at 3 p.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 27 STEWART. JAMES E. Departed this life on Friday. September 22, 1950. at Hines. 111., JAMES E. STEWART. He leaves to mourn their loss a devoted father. William H. Stewart; a mother, Bertha Stewart; nine sisters, three brothers an da host of other relatives and friends. Friends are invited to call at the Taft H. Williams Funeral Home. 1702 12th st. n.w.. alter 1 p.m. Tuesday. September 26. where funeral services will be con ducted Wednesday. September 27. at 12 noon. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. THAVIS. FLORENCE W. On Monday. Sep tember 25, 1950, at her residence, 1856 Ingieside ter. n.w.. FLORENCE W. THAVIS. beloved wife of ihe late Louis William Travis, mother of Mrs. Barry Colvin, sister of Miss Evelyn and Miss Irene Barry, aunt of Miss Evelyn Berk ley. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Fu neral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Thurs day. September 28, at 10 a.m. Interment Congressional Cemetery. 27 TIBBS. IDA. On Sunday. September 24. 1960, at her residence, 1007 58th ave.. Fairmont Heights. Md., IDA TIBBS, daugh ter of Emma Tibbs and the late Harry Tibbs, mother of Hugh Thomas, sister of Etta Sharp. Alice Williams, Annie Hepburn, William and Nulen Tibbs. She also leaves Other relatives and many friends. The late Miss Tibbs may be viewed at the above residence after 4 p.m. Wednesday, September 27. Funeral Thursday. Sep tember 28. at Lanes C. M. E. Church, 14th and C sts n.e., at 1 p.m.. the Rev. W. C. Doty officiating. Interment Har mony Cemetery. Services by Stewart. 27 TRAVIS. KING. On Friday, September 22, 1050, KING TRAVIS of 1832 Vermont ave. n.w.. beloved brother of Lloyd Travis, . Blanche Ross and Ida Miller. Other rel , atlves and many devoted friends also sur l vive. Friends are invited to call at the l Malvan & Schey Funeral Home, N. J. . ave. and R st n.w.. after li p.m Tuesday, where funeral services will be held Wed nesday, September 27. at 10 a.m. In | terment Woodlawn Cemetery. • . WILLIAMS. JOHN OSCAR. Suddenly, on Sunday. September 24. 1950. JOHN OS CAR WILLIAMS, beloved husband of Alys Gott Williams, devoted father of John O. Williams, jr.. and Ann M. Williams. Re mains resting at Pearson’s Funeral Home 472 Nbrth Washington st., Falls Church, Va. Funeral services at the Falls Church. Falls Church Va., on Wednesday, Sep tember 27, at 3 p.m. Interment National Memorial Park. WILLIAMS. LILLIE MAE. On Sunday. September 24. 1950. LILLIE MAE WIL LIAMS of 411 1st st. n.w., mother of Ronald W'allace, daughter of Raleigh an! Biner Williams, sister of Rose Anna and Carrie Belle Williams. Friends may call at the Carver Memorial Funeral Home, 29-31 H st. n.w., where funeral services will be held on Wednesday. September 27, at 1:30 p.m. Interment Woodlawn Cem etery. * WILLIAMS. LOTTIE MAE. On Saturday, September 23. 1950. at Glenn Dale. Md.. LOTTIE MAE WILLIAMS of 311 T st. n.e., wife of Eugene Williams, daughter of Lottie Oladden. She also leaves a host of other relatives and friends. Services at Stewart’s Funeral Home, 30 H st. n.e.. Wednesday. September 27. at 1 p.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. 2b WISSNER. BARBARA. On Friday, Sep tember 22 1950, at Lone Beach, Calif., daughter of the late William and Anna M. Sauter ar:d aunt of Mrs. Marion Schaefer and Mrs. Dorothy Franco. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery (pri vate). Services by Chambers. , ! WRIGHT. JEM Y. On Sunday. September 1 24, 1950. JENCY WRIGHT of 10.34 Whittingham pi. n.e. She is survived by a host of nieces, nchpews. other relatives ano friends. After 3 p.m. Wednesday, September 27, friends may call at her late residence. Funeral Thursday. Sep tember 28. at 1 p.m., from the Macedonia Baptist Church, Sheridan and Sumner rds. s.e, Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements by Frazier’s Funeral Home. 27 CEMETERY LOTS. FOR QUICK SALE—Owner leaving city. Four choice Fort Lincoln sites. A. J. NOTH AN, 431 11th st. n.w. 26* FOUK-LOT SITE. . National Memorial Cemetery on Lee highway. S300 cash. JS. 3-6009. Cali after 6 o’clock. —37 Barend P. Holzberg, Long a Lawyer Here, Dies of Brief Illness Barend P. Holzberg, 70, attorney here for nearly half a century, died yesterday at the Episcopal Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital aft er a brief illness. He lived at 1706 Lanier place N.W. Born in Holland, Mr. Holzberg lived in Olean, N. Y., and came here in his teens. He began his practice after graduating from the old Columbian University in 1902. Mr. Holzberg specialized in pub lic land work for Southern private concerns. He had offices for the last 30 years at 918 F street N.W. He was a member of Hiram Ma sonic Lodge No. 10 and formerly a member of Columbia Country Club. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Leah B. Holzberg, whom he mar ried in 1908; a son, John C. Holz berg, 8908 Ewing drive, Bethesda, and four grandchildren, John A., Sallie M., Peter F. and Joan M. Holzberg. He also leaves a brother, Tonnis J. Holzberg, 1806 North Oak street, Arlington, and two sisters, Mrs. Christina Williams and Miss Jacoba Holzberg, both of 1613 Harvard street N.W. Funeral services will be held at j 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Hines funeral home, 2901 Fourteenth street N.W. Burial will be private. W. L. Wilson, Boltimore Music Teacher, Dies By the Associated Pres* BALTIMORE, Sept. 26.—1The idean of Baltimore Negro musi cians, W. Llewellyn Wilson, 68, died yesterday in Johns Hopkins Hospital. Mr. Wilson had taught music in public schools for 41 years and had directed the Baltimore City Or chestra and Chorus since its or ganization in 1932. Among his many pupils who lafer gained national recognition was Cab Calloway, popular band leader. In Jlmnrtam BROWN. BENJAMIN A. In loving mem | ory of my beloved husband. BENJAMIN A. BROWN, who oeparted this life four years ago today, September 26, 1940. We often fall to comprehend The things of God, cur truest friend; But of His good there no end. For still He answers prayers. HIS DEVOTED WIFE. FLORENCE E. BROWN. -— —.. BUNDY, E. W. A tribute to the memory of my devoted husband. E. W. BUNDY, who passed away twelve years ago today, September 26. 1938. Lips can never tell my grief. !_ WIFE. LOUISE H. BUNDY. • ! COLES. ALONZA SCOTT. In sad hilt lov i ing remembrance of my dear husband, I ALONZA SCOTT COLES, who passed away j two years ago today, September 26. 1948. 1 My heart cannot tell how I miss you. My lips do not know what to say; i God only knows my feelings Which I hide under my smile each day. As I walk through life alone, .j A day I shall always r< member. When the rest of the world forgeti. Just when life was at its sweetest And wc- could have lived our best, Tht gates of Heaven opened And you entered into the land of rest. My heart still aches with sadness. My eyes shed many tears: God only knows how much I miss you At the end of these two years. There 1s not a day goes by, dear one. That I do not think of you, Bui I patiently wait for I always know That we will be together at the end _LOVING WIFE. FANNIE COLES. COX. MELVIN In loving memory of my dear friend. MELVIN COX. who passed away fifteen years ago today, September 26. 1935. In death your memory in my heart Shall comfort ine while we re apart. HIS DEVOTED FRIEND, GRACE L. BIEBER» DISHAROON, GAIL. In loving remem brance of my beloved daughter. GAIL DISHAROON. who passed on two years ago today. September 26, 1948. In my heart the torch of memory Burns unflickering, bright and true; Its light is sweet, lor It is fed On lovely tender thoughts of you. HER MOTHER AND GRANDMOTHER. EARNSHAW. HELEN GLADYS. In sad but loving remembrance of our dear grand daughter end sister. HELEN GLADYS EARNSHAW, who departed this life fifteen years ago today, September 26. 1935. A precious one from us has gone, A voice we loved is stilled Your place is vacant in our home, Which never can be filled. HER DEVOTED GRANDPARENTS. MR AND MRS. PATRICK S. TORMEY. AND _BROTHER FRED M. EARNSHAW. « HEWIN. NAPOLEON B. In loving memory of my dearest husband NAPOLEON B. HEWIN, who passed away one year ago today. September 26, 1949. God knows, darling, how I've missed you, No one knows the bitter pain I have suffered since I lost you. Life will never be the same. God knows that you suffered. That the hills were hard to climb; 8o He closed your weary eyelide And whispered. "Peace be thine." YOUR DEVOTED WIFE. WILLIE ALLEN HEWIN HUNDLEY. EMMA HARRIET. In loving memory of our dear mother and grand mother. EMMA HARRIET HUNDLEY, who departed this life one year ago to day, September 26. 1949. Asleep and at rest On that lovely green hill; We are glad you are resting. But our hearts miss you still. CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN. JOHNSON. PHILLIP F. In loving memory of my dear father. PHILLIP FLEMING JOHNSON, who departed this life thirty five years ago. September 26, 3 016. Until memory fades and life departs. You will l;ve forever in my heart. __GLADYS J. HANDY._ JONES, JULIUS EDWARD. In loving memory of our beloved husband and fa ther. JULIUS EDWARD JONES, who de parted this life one year ago today, Sep tember 26. 1949. YOUR MARIE AND LITTLE JUDY. LEE, LENA. In loving memory ol our mother, LENA LEE, who passed away four years ago today. September 26, I!»46. God knows how much we miss you, mother. But never shall your memory fade away. JENNIE. MAE AND GEORGE. * MATTHEWS, JAMES G. Sacred to the memory of our beloved father, JAMES G. MATTHEWS, who departed this life two years 8go today. September 20. 1948. LOVING CHILDREN. REGINALD D.. L3 COUNT R MATTHEWS AND RUTH MATTHEWS GOUGH • MITCHELL. ISABELLE T. In memory of my beloved wife ISABELLE T. MITCH ELL. who departed this life two years ago today, September 26. 1948. It Is a consolation to know. As the days go by. Tne memory of those we love Can never, never die. ROBERT MITCHELL. » MITCHELL. LESSIE E. In loving ment or yol our dear wife, mother and grand mother, LESSIE E. MITCHELL, who left us ten years ago, September 28. 1940. All to ourselves we think of you. Think of the things we used to do; Think of the things we used to say. Think of the happy bygone days. We have only your memory, dear mother. To remember our whole lives through, But the sweetness will linger forever, As we treasure the memory of you. LOVING HUSBAND. CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN.» MOUNT JOY. WALTER. In loving mem ory of our dear father. WALTER MOUNT JOY. who departed this life eight years ago today. September 20, 1942. __THE CHILDREN. » ROBERTS. LILLIAN. In sad but loving remembrance of my beloved daughter. LILLIAN ROBERTS, who passed away to rest seven years ago today, September 20, 1943. You were a wonderful daughter. It was hard to let you go away. But in that bright morning We will meet again. From this world of prin and sorrow, To the land of peace and rest. God has taken you. rear daughter, Where you found eternal rest. YOUR LOVING MOTHER. GLENDORA COLES. WHITEHEAD, LUCINDY. Sacred to the memory of our dear mother LUCINDY WHITEHEAD, who passed away two years ago today, September 26, 1948. We want to know each step you took,, That we may do the same. For someday down that lonesome road You’ll hear us call your name. DEVOTED CHILDREN, LENA BRANCH, ANNIE BEASLEY, LOUISE CARTER, EDWARD AND J. W. WHITEHEAD. t Funeral Services Held For Orbra R. Willard, 67 Funeral services for Orbra Rus sell Willard, 67, of Dunn Loring, Va„ were held this morning at Lee’s funeral parlor. Burial was in Mount Olivet Cemetery in Frederick, Md. Mr. Willard, who died Wednes day, was found Saturday by a friend who called at the house. Mr. Willard had been staying alone while his family was at the beach. Mr. Willard was a retired Navy Yard boilermaker. During rescue operations at the Knickerbocker Theater disaster here in January, 1922, he manned an acetylene torch to cut through rubble, his family said. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Martha Willard, and a daughter, Mrs. Margaret V. Merry, with whom he made his home; a son, Orbra S. Willard. 6383 Rol lins avenue S.E., and another daughter, Mrs. Irma L. Loffler, 3041 North Ohio street, Arlington. Maxwell W. Day Dies; Retired GE Engineer Pioneered for Navy Maxwell W. Day. 85, retired chief of the Federal and Marine Engineering Department of the General Electric Co., died yester day at the Waverly Sani torium, Mont gomery County. : Mr. Day, who | had pioneered 1 n electrical equipment for the Navy dur ing his career with GE, lived for the last seven years with his son, Irving M. Day, 4 0 5 Cumber land avenue, Mr- D‘y> Chevy Chase, Md. Employed by General Electric from 1897 until he retired in 1930, Mr. Day was one of the first to work on electric propulsion for warships. Born in Western New York State, Mr. Day was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Williams Uni versity. He belonged to the Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church. His wife, Mrs. Bertha F. Day, died seven years ago. Besides his son, he leaves a sister, Mrs. Warren McNair, Hern don, Va., and two grandsons, Irv ing M. Day, jr.. and Hartley D. Day, both of Chevy Chase: a granddaughter and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorow in the Pumphrey funeral home, Bethesda. Burial will be Friday in Schenectady. Col. L. J. Abele Dies; Veteran of Two Wars Col. Lester J. Abele. 57, chief of the legal division in the Office of the Army’s Chief of Transpor tation. died Sunday in his home, 4660-A South Thirty-sixth street, Fairlington, Va Col. Abele was a veteran of both World Wars. He was a for mer member of Ohio’s House of Representatives and once served on the State Supreme Court. He had held his present post with the Army for the last two years. In World War n, Col. Abele was in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps of the Army. He was the law member of the Military Gov ernment court that conducted the first war crimes trial held in Europe, at Germany's Dachau concentration camp. Born in Ironton, Ohio, Col. Abele attended Ohio State Uni versity and was graduated in law from Baldwin-Wallace College in Ohio. He then practiced law in Cleveland for several years. In World War I, he was a lieu tenant in the 7th Ohio National Guard Infantry. From 1925 to 1932, he was a member of the Ohio House of Representatives. Col. Abele was a member of an Army lodge of the Masons. Funeral services were to be held at 1:30 p.m. today in the Walter Reed Chapel. Burial will be Thursday in Cleveland. Willard Wattles, 62, Rollins Professor, Dies By the Associated Press WINTER PARK. Fla., Sept. 26.— Dr. Willard Wattles, 62, professor of American literature at Rollins College, died in an Orlando hos pital yesterday after a brief illness. He joined the faculty in 1927 and had previously taught at Massachusetts State College, Uni versity of Kansas, Connecticut State College and Oregon State College. Dr. Wattles had published three books of poetry, “Lanterns in Gethsemane,” “Funston Double Track and Other Poems’’ and “Compass for Sailors.” Maharaja of Bikaner Dies in England at 48 By the A«$ociated Prets CHERTSEY, England, Sept! 26. —The Maharaja of Bikaner, 48, ruling prince of the state of Bika ner, in Northwestern India, until last year, died last night of heart disease at his country home here. The Maharaja was instrumental in helping merge several states in Rajputana into the Rajhasthan Union, now part of India. After India gained independence in 1947 he was named head of the Com mittee of Privilege, handling dy nastic and allied matters of vari ous ruling houses with the new government. iMONTMENTS ♦65®P MARKERS *25*r UPfHURST&W tMCnetCamctry TAYLOR IIOO K Norman B, Landreau, Former Legion Head, Dies in Mount Alto Norman Bayly Landreau, 56, past department commander of the District American Legion, died yesterday in Mount Alto Hospital after a long illness. He lived at 35 Williams lane, Chevy Chase, Md. Mr. Landreau was born in Washington, and educated at Gonzaga High School. He received degrees of bachelor of arts and master of laws from Georgetown University. While at the univer sity, he was a varsity football player and letterman in 1913 and 1914. He first served in the District Coast Artillery’s 1st Company. In World War I, he was a second lieutenant and pilot in the 96th Aero Squadron in France. Mr. Landreau was department commander of the Legion here in 1932. He belonged to the Cooley - McCullough Post No. 22, Ameri can Legion. He was an active member of the “G” Club, an ath letic organization at Georgetown University. Mr. Landreau leaves his wife, Mrs. Caroline Griffin Landreau: a daughter, Miss Flore Eleanor Landreau, and two sons, Anthony Norman Landreau and Charles Matthew Landreau, all of the Chevy Chase address. Also surviving are a sister, Mrs. Leonard Leavell, and two brothers, John C. Landreau and Charles Z. Landreau, all of Los Angeles. Funeral services will be held at 11:30 a.m. Thursday in the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament Church, Chevy Chase Circle. Burial will be at 1 p.m. with full military honors, in Arlington Cemetery. Berlin Russians Yield To British on Strip By th« Associated Press BERLIN, Sept. 26.—The British announced today the Russians have agreed to recognize as British territory a border strip on the western outskirts of Berlin. It had been the object of a week-long dis pute. British troops painted a white strip across the road to designate their border, and the bloodless “battle of the barrier" was ex pected to come to a peaceful end with the Russian withdrawal. The Russians tried to annex the strip last week by moving their sector barriers forward about 175 yards into the British area. The British rushed up a com pany of infantry—80 to 100 men— and the Russians then posted their own tommy-gunners and a squad of German Communist police at the barrier. Day and night, for nearly a week, the rival sentries stood guard while their superiors ne gotiated. Today Maj. Gen. G. K. Bourne, the British commandant, said the Russians gave in. The British painted their strip at the original boundary which the Soviets had overstepped. It had been a Rus sian move to gain use of a remote road for tanks and other vehicles. British spokesmen have said the issue could have been settled at once without fuss if the Russians had asked to use the road before moving in. John A. Hoober, 83, Dies; Gave $1 Million to Yale By the Associated Press YORK, Pa., Sept. 25.—John A. Hoober, 83-year-old attorney who gave more than $1 million to Yale: University for scholarships, died' yesterday at his home in York. Mr. Hoober was a graduate of; Yale University. Before settling; down to a law practice here he worked as a newspaper reporter and as an instructor at Yale and the Dickinson Law School. Mr. Hoober’s bequests to Yale, which totaled some $1.3 million, went to worthy students, profes sorships, the teaching of law and a church history professorship at the Yale Divinity School. Psychological War Planned SINGAPORE. — Malaya will shortly begin waging psychological warfare on the Communist terror ists who have been fighting the government for over two years. A top-ranking British propaganda expert is due from London short ly. The propaganda offensive is part of the so-called “Briggs plan” to end terrorism in the country. Mrs. Julia M. Ruff Funeral Services Today Funeral services for Mrs. Julia M. Ruff, 83, widow of A. George Ruff, a former Post Office Depart ment official, were to be held at 2 p.m. today in the Hines funeral home, 2901 Fourteenth street N.W. Burial was to be in Congressional Cemetery. Mrs. Ruff died Saturday at her home, 1431 Decatur street N.W. She was the mother of the late Mrs. Julia E. Rice. Born in Dinwiddie County, Va., Mrs. Ruff was the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Wheeler. She had been a resident of the District for more than 60 years and was an active member of the Hamline Methodist Church. Edward Musson Dies; Retired Agent for Star Edward H. Musson, 72, retired route agent for The Star, died unexpectedly last night at his home, 38 Channing street N.W. Mr. Musson, who had been with The Star 38 years, died of coronary thrombosis. Born in Georgetown, he at tended District public schools and worked with his father, who also was a route agent for The Star. He took over the route when his father died in 1903. He retired October 1, 1941. Mr. Musson was a member of the Calvary Baptist Church where he was chaplain of the Vaughan Bible Class. Besides his widow, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Musson, he is survived by two sisters, Miss Sarah Musson and Mrs. Gertrude M. Harris, both of 147 Adams street N.W.; a son, Edward H. Musson, jr., of 1914 Newton street N.E., and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, at W. W. Deal’s Funeral Home, 4812 Georgia ave nue N.W. Burial will follow in Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Mrs. George Murray Dies at 64 Here Mrs. George H. Murray, 64, wife of the president of the Teachers’! Advisory Council of the District1 Public Schools, died Sunday in Freedmen’s Hospital. Mrs. Murray was engaged in' library work at Howard Univer sity from 1922 until her retire-: ment in 1945. During that time,; she was head librarian for five1 years. The Founder s Library at the university was organized dur-; ing her career there, and she was instrumental in planning the technical layout of that library. Born in Wilmington, Del., she: was the former Emma Green. She received her bachelor of arts de gree from Howard University in 1924. She also was a graduate of the Miner School and taught in the colored public schools for! three years. Mrs. Murray was married in 1908. Her husband, long a teacher in the colored high schools of the District, is also prominent in Boy! Scout work here. He formerly was a member of the Boy Scout executive board of the National Capital Area Council. Mrs. Murray, who lived at 928 S street N.W., was a member of St. Mary’s P. E. Church and was on the board of lady managers for St. Anna’s Home here. Besides her husband, she is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Mary P. Smith of Jersey City, N J., and Mrs. Sara Pinn and Mrs. Vellmar Gadsen, both of Washington. Funeral services are scheduled for tentatively 2 p.m. Thursday in St. Mary’s P. E. Church, 728 Twenty-third street N.W. Burial1 will be in Lincoln Memorial j Cemetery. John 0. Williams, 65, Authority on Horses, Ex-U. S. Official, Dies John O. Williams, 65, one of the country’s leading authorities on horses and a retired Agricul ture official, died of a heart attack Sunday night in a Falls Church theater. He lived at 6703 North Washington boulevard, Falls Church. Mr. Williams, who served 38 years in horse investigations at the Agriculture Department, was a former chief of the department’s Horse Husbandry Bureau. He also had been superintendent of the United States Morgan Horse Farm at Middlebury, Vt., where he su pervised the breeding and shoeing of Morgan horses. During the last war, he repre sented this country in the pur chase of horses for UNRRA in Ireland, Great Britain and Den mark. Judged Many Shows. Mr. Williams’ lifetime was spent in horse show work. He had judged shows here and abroad and was one of less than a dozen horse show judges in the United States to carry top rating in all classes. He was the author of numerous Government publications and bulletins on the breeding and care of horses. Born in Venedocia, Ohio, Mr. Williams was a graduate of Ohio State University. He was a mem ber of the National Press Club and Alpha Gamma Rho Frater nity. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Alys Gott Williams; a son, John O. Williams, jr., and a daughter, Miss Anne Morgan Williams, both of the Falls Church address. Leaves Two Brothers. He also leaves two brothers, Wil liam A. Williams, Lakewood, Ohio, and David W. Williams, vice pres ident of Texas A. & M. College, and two sisters, Mrs. Charles Hof richter and Mrs. Henry A. Mur tans, both of Rocky River, Ohio. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Falls Church Episcopal Church. Burial will be in National Memorial Cem etery, Falls Church. Honorary pallbearers represent ing the Press Club will be Glad stone Williams, Marry Maynard, Harry R. Stringer, Gene Cooper, Joseph H. Short, jr.; Howard Sut tle, A. J. Montgomery, Joyce O’Hara, Benjamin Meiman, E. B. Van Veen, Everett Watkins, Dios dado M. Yap, Ben Hall Lambe, Le Roy Chittenden and Ed Gable man. Hoarding is foolish. Despite the fighting in Korea there is no immediate prospect of food ration ing or shortages. Don’t hoard. If \ 1 oedftfotog 1 ce I \ f i ^ be followed; ron blueprint « the service. m ■^—1————————■—■ W. R. Frank Hines, President Washington’s Foremost Funeral Home Since 1S7S !fig S.H.rpfines Company 2901-03-03-07 Fourteenth Street N.W. Columbia 7023-2* No Branch Establishments f ememJer mtM %+liUt •>' ..... *•* Life's most cherished and enduring memories are found in the loye and well>wishes of friends. To those in sadness, lovely flowers, sent with your message of sympathy, will be treasured and remem, ^ bered forever.