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ALLEN. JAMES E. On Saturday. June 2 1961. JAMES E. ALLEN of 1814 Eye st n.e., son ol the late James and France! Allen and brother ol Robert Allen ol Den ver, Colo. Also surviving are other rela tives and many friends. After 12 noor Thursday friends are invited to call ai the McGuire Funeral Home, 1820 itth st n.w. Services Friday, June 8, at 1:3( P,m„ at the Calvary Episcopal Church 6th and Eye sts. n.e. 7 ANDERTON. ARTHUR. On June 6, 1951 In Springfield. Mass., ARTHUR ANDER TON, husband of the late Annie Crosslej Anderton, formerly of the Department ol Agriculture, Wasninston, D. C. Service! and Interment in Fall River, Mass., or Thursday. June 7. BAXTER, LILLIAN H. On Wednesday June 6. 1951, at Galllnger Hospital, Mrs LILLIAN H. BAXTER, beloved mother ol Howard D. Baxter, mother-in-law of Mrs Esther Baxter and grandmother of Jack L. Baxter and Donald H. Baxter. Fu neral services will be held at Kysong’i Funeral Home, 1300 N st. n.w., on Sat urday. June 9. at 2:30 pm. Relative! and friends are invited to attend. In terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 8 BLUE, ESTELLA. On Sunday, June 3 1951, at Freedmen's Hospital. ESTELLA BLUE. She is survived by a loving moth er. Mrs. Sadie Lucas: father. Jesse Lucas: husband. Arthur Blue: one daughter, three sisters, one brother, one nephew, two nieces and a host of other relatives and many friends. Remains, resting at Horton’s Mortuary, 1322 You st. n.w., where services will be held Friday. June 8, at 12 noon. Rev. T. A Kurts officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. BRAXTON, JULIA. Departed this life suddenly, on Thursday. June 7, 1951, at her residence, 1901 9t4 st. n.w., JULIA BRAXTON. She leaves to mourn their loss two aunts and a host of other rela lives ana inenus. ivcm»uia icauu» Taft H. Williams Funeral Home, 1702 12th st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. 8 BRIZZOLARI. DAVID A. On Wednesday. June 6. 1951. at Sibley Hospital, DAVID A BRIZZOLARI of 633 C st. n.e., son of the late Valentino and Madeline Brizzo lari, beloved brother of Anne M. Hrizzo larl, Mrs. Catherine Lavezzo and the late Mrs Lena Timm and Mrs. Mary Ber nardlnl. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. until 8:30 am. Friday. June 8. Requiem mass will oe offered at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 3rd and F sts. n.w., at 9 a m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. BROOKS. CORNELIA. On Thursday, June 7 1961, CORNELIA BROOKS of 1810 1st st. n.w., devoted mother of Mrs. Lil lian E Hutchinson and the late Garrett E Brooks, grandmother of Mrs. Audrey Dixon. Mrs. Dorothy MacMurray, Mrs. Hilda Knight, Mrs. Thelma Thomas, Mrs. Miriam Prue, Everett and Garrett Brooks; great-grandmother of Janelle Dorsey. She also is survived by other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Barnes & Matthews' Funeral Home. 614 4th st. g.w. Notice of funeral later. BUCKLEY. MICHAEL J. On Tuesday, June 6. 1961. at Walter Reed Hospital, MICH AEL J. BDCKLEY. Notice ol funeral later. 7 7AMPBELL, EVA. Departed this life on Wednesday. June 6, 1951, Mrs. EVA CAMPBELL of 106 Eye st. n.w. Re mains resting at the Hall Bros. Funeral Home, 621 Florida ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. CARTER, JENNIE C. On Wednesday, June 6. 1961, JENNIE C. CARTER ot 440 Ridge st. n.w., wife of the late Henry H. Carter. She is survived by one daughter. Lillian Ross: two sons, Ernest and Norvel Carter; an adopted son, Den nis Jackson; two sisters. Martha Porter and Murl Hilliard: one sister-in-law, Anna C. Payne: one daughter-in-law. Ethel Carter: two grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, other relatives and many friends. After 12 noon Friday, June 8. friends are invited to call at her late residence. Funeral Saturday. June 9. at 1 p.m., from the New Hope Baptist Church. 1217 5th st. n.w.. Rev. C. H. Hamilton officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements by Morrow & Woodford. 8 CARTER. ROLAND. On Tuesday. June 5, 1951, at Suburban Hospital. Bethesda. Md., ROLAND CARTER, aged 34 years, son of the late Thomas and Annie Car ter. He is survived oy four brothers, Tasker. Johnnie. Willie and Jean Carter; three sisters. Mrs. Lillie Walker, Mrs. Louise Greenlee and Mrs. Myrtle Butler; a host of other relatives and friends. Mr. Carter rests at his late home, Olney, Md. Funeral services on Friday, June 8, at 2 p.m., at Mount Zion Methodist Church. Interment church cemetery. CHARITY, BERTHA S. On Monday. June 4. 1951. BERTHA S. CHARITY of 715 58th ave., Fairmont Heights, Md.. be loved wife of Malktah Charity, jr., and sister of Norman M. and Horace Key. Also surviving are a niece. Mrs. LilLen Jones; a sister-in-law. Mrs. Margaret Henson, and other relatives and friends. After 12 noon and until 11 p m. Wednes day friends are invited to call at the Mc Guire Funeral Home, 1820 9th st. n.w. Remains will lie In state at the Ebenezer Methodist Church. Lanham. Md., from 12 noon until 2 p.m. Thursday when services will be conducted by the Rev. Richard H. Hall. Interment church cemetery. 7 COLEMAN. EFFIE J. On Monday. June 4. 1951, EFFIE J. COLEMAN of 1346 Girard st. n.w . wife of the late Philip Coleman, beloved mother of Mrs. Elsie P. Wilson. Mrs. Loretta Deans, Mrs. Blanche Sullivan. Miss Effie Coleman, Mrs. Edith C. Diggs. Miss Lydia J. Coleman, Mrs. TV_>1_ /V Clnrlino V Philip and Bryant W. Coleman. Also surviving are two sisters. Mrs. Annie Arrington and Mrs. Wilhelmina But k ler; one brother. Fitzhugh Taliaferro; three grandchildren, two great-grand children. other relatives and many friends. After 11 a m. Thursday friends are invited to call at the McGuire Fu neral Home, 182(1 f*th st. n.w. Services Friday. June 8, at 1 p m.. at the Berean Baptist Church. 11th and V sts. n.w. In terment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 7 COZZENS. CHARLES R. On Thursday, June 6. 1951, at the Mount Alto Hospital. CHARLES R. COZZENS. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Frazier's Funeral Home. DAVIS. CLARENCE D. On Tuesday, June 6, 1951, at Georgetown University Hos pital. CLARENCE D. DAVIS. He is sur vived by a devoted wife, Mrs. Lu Pearl Davis; six children, mother, one sister, three brothers, a host of other relatives and many friends. Remains resting at his late residence. 1724 T st. n.e., after B n.m. Funeral Friday, June 8. at 2:30 p.m., from St Paul’s A. U. M. P. Meth odist Church. 4th and E sts. s.e.. Rev. Walter Cleveland officiating. Interment Dillon, 8. C. DAVIS. JOHN LEE. Departed this life Sunday, June 3, 1951, Mr. JOHN LEE DAVIS of 1116 7th st. n.w. He i3 sur vived by a devoted mother, Mrs. Mary Bessie Davis: two sisters, a devoted friend, Miss Louise Patterson: other lel atives and many fiends. Remains may be viewed Thursday. June 7. after 6 p.m.. at the Hall Bros. Funeral Home. 621 Florida ave. n.w. Funeral services and interment Raeford, N. C. DIGGS, BABY JACQUELINE SANDRA. On Tuesday. June 5. 1951, at her residence. 1350 Monroe st. n.w.. Baby JACQUELINE BANDRA DIGGS. She is survived by a loving mother. Mrs. Frances Diggs; de voted father, Mr. Roscoe Diggs, two grandmothers, one grandfatner and a host of other relatives and friends. Re mains resting at Horton's Mortuary, 1822 You st n.w., where services will be held on Saturday. June 9, at 2 P.m. Inter ment Woodlawn Cemetery. ERSKINE. RALPH CLELAND. On Tues day. June 6, 1951. at his residence. 1745 N st. n.w.. RALPH CLELAND ERSKINE of the Gralyn Hotel, brother of John S. Ersklne of Riverside, 111., and Dr. Genevra Erskine Leader of Topeka. Kans Friends may call at Gawler's Chapel. 1756 Pa. ave. n.w. Services will be held at the National Presbyterian Church, 18'.h and N sts. n.w.. on Friday, June 8, at 2 p.m. Interment Edgerton, Kans. FLEMING, HERMAN T. Of 478 H st. s.w., on June 4. 1951. husband of Ruth M. Fleming, father of Michael, Malcolm and Marilyn Fleming; son of Clyde H. Flem ing, brother of Mrs. Edith E. Paul, Bobby J. and Wayne Fleming. Services at Chambers' Funeral Home, 517 11th st. i.e., on Friday, June 8, at 11:30 a.m. Interment Washington National Cemetery. FOSTER, ALLEN COLEMAN. On Monday, June 4, 1951. in University (Va.) Hos pital. ALLEN COLEMAN FOSTER of Cul peper, Va., husband of Mrs. Laura I. Fos ter of Washington, D. C.: father of Murry A. Foster of Fairfax. Va.; Mrs. Uree F. Bergeron of Washington. D. C.. and Mrs Gladys E. Robbins-of Florida; brother of Hubert Y. Foster, Lucian C. Foster, Mrs. Uree Frazier and Mrs. Ethel Cook. Fu neral services inursaay. June at . p.m., Eastern standard time, at the Clore Funeral Home. Culpeper, Va. Interment Fairview Cemetery. 7 FUNERAL DIRECTORS. FRANlTGEIER'S SON7S CO. 3605 14th ST. N.W. TUCKERMAN 2326 NEW ENLARGED PARLORS Formerly N W_ V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither successor to nor connected with the original W R. 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CHARLES EDWARD FRAZIER ol 1023 Crittenden st. n.e., be loved husband of Nelda Ruth Frazier, son of Mrs. Katherine Slegrlst Frazier and brother of Mrs. Evelyn Frazier Welsn of Baltimore, Md. Services at the 8. H Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Friday, June 8, at 10 a.m. In terment Druid Ridge Cemetery, Balti more, Md., at 1:30 p.m. 7 GARDNER, ADELAIDE J. Of 1884 On tario pi. n.w.. on June 8, 1951, aunt of Mrs. Joseph Bowden of Baltimore, Md. Services at Chambers’ Funeral Home, 1400 Chapin st. n.w., on FrMay, June 8, at 11:30 a.m. 8 HANSBROUGH. MART BERRI CHAPMAN. On Tuesday. June 5, 1061. MARY BERRI CHAPMAN HANSBROUGH. daughter of the late Etta S. Chapman. Remains resting at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w. Graveside services will be conducted at Rock Creek Cemetery on Friday. June 8, at 3:30 p.m. HARDISTY, OLIVE FANNY PALMER. On Wednesday. June 8, 1951, at her resi dence. 319 Elm ave.. Takoma Park, Md., OLIVE FANNY PALMER HARDISTY, be loved wife of Elwood T. Hardisty and mother of Mrs Doris Ethel Davis and Mrs. Eva Croxall Roome. Friends may call at the Takoma Funeral Home, 254 Carroll st. n.w., where services will be held on Friday. June 8, at 2 p.m. In terment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 7 HARRISON. LELAND. On Wednesday, 1 June 8, 1951, at Emergency Hospital, LELAND HARRISON of 3041 Whitehaven att. u.n.i iiu.iubuu ui nun v. iiautovui father of Helen Ayer Harrlaon and Anne Harrison, son of Mrs. W. Henry Har rison of New York City, brother of John P. S. Harrison of New York City. Serv ices will be held at St. John’s Episcopal Church. Lafayette Sauare n.w., on Friday. June 8, at 2 p.m. Interment St. James’ Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa. HAWKINS, ERSALINE. On Tuesday. June 5, 1951. ERSALINE HAWKINS of 1H E st. s.w., beloved daughter of Margaret and George H. Hawkins, devoted mother of William Jordan and George Ellis. She also leaves to mourn her passing one sister. Miss Catherine Hawkins; one brother. James Tillman; one aunt, Mrs. Ruth Nelson: one uncle. Robert Nelson; two devoted friends. Mr. William Ellis and Mrs. Susie Colbert: a host of other relatives and many friends. Remains may be viewed at the above address after ,’i p.m. today. Funeral Friday, June 8, at 1 p.m.. from the Friendship Eaptisi Church, 1st and H sts. s.w.. Rev. B. H. Whiting officiating. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements by the John T Rhines Sc Co. Funeral Home, 991 3rd HINES, CHARMION DAWN. Of 3188 Westover dr. s.e., on June 6, 1951, mother of Lloyd and Boyd K. Traynor. Services at Chambers’ Funeral Home, 517 11th st. s.e.. on Friday, June 8, at 1 p.m. In terment Washington National Cemetery. JACKSON. JOHN D. Suddenly, on Mon day. June 4. 1951. at Galllnger Hospital, JOHN D. JACKSON, devoted son of John and Mary Jackson, beloved husband of Mrs. Annie Jackson, brother of Rebecca. Pat, David, Norman and Alphonsa Eskin. and Howard Jackson. Also survlvtag are other relatives and friends. Friends may call after 4 p.m. on Thursday, June 7. at Johnson & Jenkins’ Funeral Home, 2953 Georgia ave. n.w. Funeral Friday, June 8, at 1 p.m.. from the above-named lu neral home. Rev. Fletcher Elms officiat ing. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. JARBOE, THOMAS H. Suddenly, on Wed nesday, June 8. 1951, at his residence, 329 Ridge rd. s.e., THOMAS H. JARBOE. beloved husband of the late Susie E. Jar boe. father of Raymond. Howard. Walter, Thomas. Alfred. John and Richard Jarboe; Mrs. Irma Gallagher and the late Mrs. Jessie Carter; brother of Edward and George Jarboe. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 I4th st. n.w.. on Saturday. June 9, at 12 noon. Interment Monocacy Cemetery, Beallsville, Md. 8 JIMNEY. RICHARD-C Of 6305 T st. s.e., on June 8. 1951. husband of Bernice M. Jimney. father of Richard F.. Frances C.. David W„ Robert C. and Janice M. Jim ney. and Mrs. Marie L. Sauer; son of Richard A. and Mamie Jimney, brother of Mrs. Naomi Sheppard. Mrs. Mildred Gray, Mrs. Margaret Henshaw and Al bert Kesterson. Services at Chambers’ Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Sat urday, June 9. at 10 a.m. Interment Washington National Cemeter*. 8 JOHNSON. GEORGIA W. On Sunday. June 3. 1951, at 12:15 a.m.. at Frced men's Hospital. GEORGIA W. JOHNSON of 1341 T st. n w.. beloved wife of Henry Johnson, devoted mother of Melody John son. daughter of Mrs. Georgle Johnson of Calgary, Alberta. Canada.: sister of Al bert and Charles Watts. She also leaves seven brothers-in-iaw. one sister-in-law. other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church, 1432 You st. n.w . after 10 a m. Thursday, June 7. Funeral services Fri day. June 8. at 2 p.m., at the above fu neral church. Rev. J. H. Randolph of ficiating. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 7 JOHNSON, JAMES W. On Monday. June 4. 1951, JAMES W. JOHNSON of 2287 8th st. n.w.. loving brother cf Mrs. Minerva Jackson, Julia Johnson, Mrs. Margaret Joyner and Mary Frances John son: uncle of Paul Johnson. Gladys Price, Rinh MilHrbH • r.pnpva lsrlrcAn Other relatives and friends also survive. I After 4 p.m. Thursday. June 7, friends may call at Frazier's Funeral Home. 38# R I. ave. n.w., where services will be held on Friday. June 8. at 1 d m. In terment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 7 KOHLMAN. FREDERICK J. On Tuesday, June 5. 1951, at Providence Hospital. FREDERICK J. KOHLMAN of 1021 I Oth st. n.w.. beloved husband of the late Agnes Kohlman. father of August Kohl man, brother of Mrs. Walter Gallagher and Mrs. P. A. Davis. Funeral from Collins’ Funeral Home, 3821 14th st. n.w.. on Friday, June 8. at 9 a.m. Re quiem mass at St. Mary's Church at 9:30 а. m. Interment Prospect Hill Cemetery. 7 LANE. EDWARD F. Passed away on Wed . nesday, June 0, 1951. at 7:35 p.m., at St. Elizabeths Hospital, after a short ill ness. EDWARD F. LANE, husband of Mrs. Carrie Lane, father of Evelyn Haw kins and Robert lane, brother ot Nellie Burgess and Robert Lane. Notice of fu neral later. Arrangements by the Smith Funeral Service. LAWRENCE, NEDA. On Thursday. June 7, 1051. at her residence. 1829 flth st. n.w.. NEDA LAWRENCE, devoted mother of John Lawrence, foster mother of Wil liam A. Johnson, s'ster of Fred Tolson. mother-in-law of Mrs. Mary Lawrence and Mrs. Susie Lawrence. She also is survived by other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Barnes * Matthews’ Funeral Home. 614 1th st. s.w. Notice of funeral later. LILLER. LILLIAN E. On Tuesday. June S. 1951, at her daughter’s home. Mrs. Maurice Johnson of near Damascus, Md.. LILLIAN E. LILLER. aged 71 years, wife of the late Eugene Dice Liller of Clarks burg. Md. She is survived by three daughters. Mrs. Eugenia A. Childers. Mrs Dorothy V. Hailey and Mrs. Rosalie O. Johnson; four sons. Herbert D„ John O., William K. and Ralph W. Liller; one sis ter. Mrs. Ella Hill: one brother. Willie O. Simon; one sister-in-law. Mrs. Mcllie Hartman; twenty-three grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren. Mrs. Liller rests at the Roy W. Barber Funeral Home. Laytonsville. Md. Funeral serv ices on Thursday. June 7. at 3 c m., at the Adventist Church. Damascus, Md. In terment Baptist Cemetery. Cedar Grove, Md. 7 MACK. WANDA FANNY. Suddenly. June б. 1951. in Vienna. Va., WANDA FANNY MACK, beloved wife ot the late OUo F. Mack and mother of Curt C. Mack. Re mains resting at the Money & King Fu neral Home, Vienna, Va.. where seivices will be held Friday, June 8, at 2 p.m. Interment private. McMILLEN, ROBERT NELSON. On Wed nesday. June 6, 1951, at his residence, 4717 24th rd. north. Arlington, Va., ROB ERT NELSON McMILLEN, husband of Beulah McCance McMillen and father of Mrs. Bryon J. Newton of Shaker Heights. Cleveland, Ohio.: Robert N. McMillen III of Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. Phlhp Fair banks of Woodacres, Md. Services will be held at the above residence on Friday. June 8, at 2 p.m. Interment Fort Lin coln Cemetery. MILICE, JOSEPH A. On Tuesday. June 5. 1951. at his residence, 927 K st. n.c., JOSEPH A. MILICE. aged 3 years 10 months, beloved son of Sante and Palma Millce (nee Puglisi), brother of Antoinette and Angelina Millce and grandson of An | gela Puglisi. Funeral from the Timothy I Hanlon Funeral Home. 641 H st. n.e., on Friday, June 8, at 9:30 a.m. Mass of the angels at Holy Name Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited, interment St. Mary's Cemetery. 7 MOCK, LUCYLEE. On Thursday. June 7, 1951. at the Loudoun County Hospital. Leesburg, Va.. LUCYLEE MOCK, wile cf the late George William Mock, sister of Mrs. Milford J. Solomon of Washington. D. C.; aunt of Palmer Sowers of Hagers town. Md.; Mrs. Jesmond D. Balmer of Fort Bliss, Tex., and Mrs. Edward B. Brosius, jr., of Silver Spring, Md. Fu neral Saturday, June 9, at 1 p.m.. Eastern standard time, from the Colonial Funeral Home of Lloyd Slack, Leesburg, Va. In terment Union Cemetery, Leesburg, Va. 8 .u.-1 n r. r.. nAununu fivnnnv. ouu denly, on Monday, June 4, 1061. RAY MOND EDWARD MOCKABEE of 150 North Carolina ave. s.e.. beloved husband of Lillie Agnes Mockabee, father of Mary A. Hell and Helen L. McKinney, grand father of Raymond ‘E., Vernou J. and Melvin F. Hell, and Bonnie Ann McKin ney. Funeral from the James T. Ryan Funeral Home. 317 Pa. ave. s.e.. on Fri day. June 8. at 8:30 a.m. Requiem mass at St. Peter’s Church at 9 a.m. Relatives . and friends invited. Interment Mount j Olivet Cemetery. 7 MOORE, GOLDIE E. Of 4320 9th st. n.w., on June 0. 1951, beloved mother of Her bert L. Moore, Mrs. Viola Thornton, Mrs. Elsie Croson and Leonard J. Moore, all of Washington, D. C.; sister of Frank N.. Walter E. and Joseph L. Kidwell. and the late William J. Kidwell. Services at Chambers’ Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w., on Saturday. June 9, at 11:30 a.m. Interment Congressional Cemetery. 8 MOORE. S17SIE. Departed this life Tues day. June 5. 1951, SUSIE MOORE of 1028 Browning pi. n.e. She leaves a devoted husband. Daniel H. Moore; a loving daughter, Esther Moore, and many other relatives and friends. After 4 p.m. Fri day. June 8. friends may call at Eugene Ford's Funeral Home. 1213 4lh st. s.w. Funeral services Saturday. June 9, at 1 p.m., at the Mount Moriah Baptist Church. 3rd and L sts. s.w., Rev. J. H. Randolph officiating. 8 1 OSIIEr. EDGAR H. On Tuesday, June . 1951. at Georgetown University Hos t»l, EDGAR H. MOSHER of 1006 Tyler e.. Falls Church. Va.. beloved husband Carmclia C. Mosher and brother of in V. Mosher of Washington. D. C.: ;arles W. Mosher of Arlington. Va.; ■njamln F. Mosher of Vienna, Va : Mrs. thel V. Lunceford of Warrenton. Va.; .rs. Laura ,A. Rogers of San Diego, alif.: Mrs. Maude M. Woodward of Ar ngton, Va.: Mrs. Alice V. Callis of Wash es ton. D. C.; Mrs. Carrie L. Lowe of rnna, Va., and Mrs. R. M. Ball of Ar ■gton, Va. Friends .nay tall at the s Funeral Home, 2847 Wilson blvd., rllngton, *a.. where funeral services will ■ held on Friday. June 8. at 2 p.m , ■ it Nrt'-nal MT-i-rial Park. 7 I Emtlje MOSHER, EDGAR H. Members of At • lington Post, No. 139, of the American Legion, are hercbj notified of the death of Com rade EDGAR H. MOSHER, and are requested to assem ble on Thursday. June 7. 1951, at 8:30 p.m., at the Ives Funeral Home. 3847 Wilson blvd.. Arlington. Va., for Legion services. JAMES C. BROADDDS, Commander. MARGARET C. REDMOND. Adit. MURRAY, FRANCINE H. Of 1349 IrTing st. n.w., on June 5. 1951, wife of Floyd M. Murray. Services at Chambers’ Fu neral Home, 1400 Chapin *t. n.w., on Thursday, June 7. at 8 p.m. Interment Mount Carmel Cemetery. New York City. NEEL. DELLA M. On Wednesday. June 6. 1951, at her residence, 3323 Holmead pi. n.w., DELLA M. NEEL, beloved wife of the late Lewis Wiley Neel, mother of H. O. Neel of Yakima. Wash.: Archie C.. Sam uel R. and Clarence S. Neel, all of Wash ington, D. C.: sister of Zackie Stowers of Montcalm, W. Va.: Mrs. Mollle Tabor of Freeman, W. Va., and Mrs. Lena Abshlre of Grottoes, Va. Remains resting at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., after 7 o.m. Saturday, June 9. Notice of funeral later. NIMAN. ELIZABETH HOFFER. On Wed nesday, June B, 1051, at her home. 732 Richmond ave.. Silver Spring, Md„ ELIZ ABETH HOFFER NIMAN. beloved mother of Miss Margaret Niman. Mrs. Nlman rests at the Warner E. Pumphrey Fu neral Home, 8434 Georgia ave., Silver Spring, Md.. where services will be held on Thursday, June 7, at 8 p.m. Inter ment Mansfield, Ohio. BAIT ton U5BV «kl. life Tuesday. June 6, 1961. at Dellinger Hos pital, MARY POLLARD of 060 Independ ence ave. s.e., beloved daughter of Mar guerite and Oeorge Pollard, sister of Ray mond Brown. Rosetta and Oeorge Pollard, jr. She also leaves a grandmother, Mrs. Emma Spriggs; great-grandmother, Mrs. Agnes Stewart; two aunts. Miss Elizabeth Brown and Mrs. Hattie Bryce, anu other relatives and friends. Friends may view the remains at ner late residence after 3 p.m. Thursday, June 7. Funeral Fri day, June 8, at 8:30 a.m., followed by high reaulem mass at 9 a.m. at Holy Re deemer Church. New York ave. between 1st st. and New Jersey ave. n.w. Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Arrange ments by Ralph Barbour's Funeral Serv ice. 7 PRYOR, IDA. On Wednesday. June 6, 1961. at Oallinger Hospital, IDA PRYOR, devoted mother ol Clarence and Helen Pryor, Ruth James. Margaret Henry and Gilbert Pryor; Antha Ezelle, Horace and Rolla Pryor: loving sister of Mamie Windbush and Henry Barbour. Also many other relatives and friends survive. Remains at Campbell’s Funeral Home, 423 4th st. s.w. Notice of mneral later. • RICE, BEATRICE CARRICK. On Thurs day, June 7, 1961. at her home. 704 Gist ave.. Silver Spring. Md.. BEATRICE CARRICK RICE, beloved wife of George C. Rice, mother of Mrs. Edgar R. Mellon, Oeorge R„ Milton, William L. and P.obert C. Rice; sister of Miss Sarah Cairtck and Frederick Carrlck. Mrs. Rice rests at the Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia ave., Silver Spring, Md.. where services will be held on Saturday, June 9. at 3 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cem etery. S SIMMS. CORRINE (RENA) On Sunday. June 3. 1961. at Casualty Hospital. COR RINE (RENA) SIMMS of 1331 Wylie st. n.e., daughter of Yancie and Luther Simms, mother of Ronald C. Williams, sister of Mrs. Odessa H. Izzard. Mrs. Aurelia OfTutt. Leo and Luther Simms, jr.; granddaughter of Mrs. Hattie Harris. She also Is survived by four aunts, on* uncle, other relatives and friends. The late Miss Simms may be viewed at the above residence after 4 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Friday, June 8, at 1 p.m.. from Stewart’s Funeral Home, 30 H st. n.e. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 7 SLAUGHTER, ETTA ELIZABETH. On Wednesday. June 0. 1961. at her resi dence. 1018 W st. n.w., ETTA ELIZA BETH SLAUGHTER, beloved wife of Jo seph Slaughter, devoted mother of Joseph and Herman Slaughter. Margaret Shay and Georgia Parrott; sister of Cora John son and Collins Haley. She also leaves eight grandchildren, three great-grand children. other relatives and friends. After 10 p.m. Friday, June 8, friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church. 1432 You st. n.w. Funeral serv ices Saturday, June 9, at 1 p.m., at the Catron Baptist Church. 3102 Georgia ave. n.w., Rev. H. E. Turner officiating. Rela tives and friends Invited. Interment Lin coln Memorial Cemetery. 8 SORRELL, ALICE B. On Tuesday. June 6. 1961, at her summer residence, at Co lonial Beach. Va„ ALICE B. 80RRELL. She Is survived by three devoted sisters, Mrs. Kate 8. Outwater, Mrs. Lola E. Purks and Mrs. Agnes D. Montgomery. and a brother. Joseph E. Sorrell, all of Warhington. D. C. Funeral from the above residence on Thursday, June 7. at 10 am. Interment Potomac Church Cemetery, King George County, Va. 7 3PEELMAN. EFFIE A. On Thursday. June 7, 1951, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. James E. Husted. 1008 Hopewell ave., Takoma Park. Md„ EFFIE A. SPEELMAN of 1B52 Hobart st. n.w.. mother of Mrs. James E. Husted of Takoma Park. Md., and Sanford R. Soeelman of Washington, D. C. Services at the residence of her son, at 1B52 Hobart st. n.w.. on Friday. June 8, at 2 p.m. Interment Jackson, Ohio. TATUM. RONALD B. Departed this life Sunday. June 3. 1951, at Galllnger Hospital. RONALD B. TATUM of 12112 Stevens rd. s.e. He leaves to mourn their loss a devoted mother and father. Ger trude and Bernard Tatum: five brothers, Norman F., Alvin T.. Gerald A.. Carl A. and Bernard A. Tatum: a sister. Helene V. Tatum; a grandmother and grandfa ther, four aunts three uncles, other rel atives and many friends. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Thursday. June 7. at the Robert G Mason Funeral Home. 2500 Nichols ave. s.e. Funeral Friday. June 8, at 1 p.m.. from the Campbell A. M. E. Church. Rev. S. E. Guiles officiating. In terment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 7 TIDDLE. ROBERT A. On Thursday. June 7. 1951. at Galllnger Hospital ROBERT A. TIDDLE. beloved husband or Josephine Tiddle, devoted father of Carolyn R. Tiddle. son of Mrs. Willie Mae Crawford and brother of Mrs. Inez Thomas. Mrs. Thelma L. Tyson. Mrs. Katherine Norris and Arthur B. Tiddle. Also surviving are other relatives and many friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Mc Guire, Inc. 8 WEBSTER, EDWARD. On Monday, June 4. 1951, EDWARD WEBSTER of 1U35 Brantley ave.. Baltimore. Md., beloved husband of Stella Webster and foster father of Mrs. Bessie Jackson and Mrs. Rosamae Staton. He also Is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Annie Lewis and Mrs. Martha Sewell; six brothers, Charles, John. Forrest, Oscar, Clarence and Percy Webster, and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral Friday, June 8. at 1 p.m.. from Mount Pisgah Church. 1323 Gilmore st.. Baltimore, Md. Mr. Webster was a former member of Miles Memorial A. M. E. Zion Church, on 3rd st. n.w., Washington, D. C. T WESS. ROBERT. On Tuesday, June 6. 1951, ROBERT WESS of 221 R. I. ave. n.w., devoted husband of Josephine Wess He also Is survived by many friends. After 3 p.m. Friday, June 8, lrlends may call at Frazier’s Funeral Home, 389 R. I. ave. n.w., where services will be held on Saturday. June 9, at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 8 Itt ftbmflriam BUTLER, MATILDA A. In loving memory of our mother and sister, MATILDA A. BUTLER, who departed this life three years ago. June 6, 1948. •* Loved In life, remembered In death. DAUGHTERS, MAE E. FORD, KATE TY LER; SONS. FRANK AND CORNELIUS MOODY, AND SISTER. LULU E. SWANN._• CARDOZO, HELEN BELL. In loving re membrance of our beloved mother and sister, HELEN BELL CARDOZO, who de parted this life four years ago, June 7, 1947. May her soul rest In peace. HER SON, DONALD CARDOZO, AND DE VOTED SISTER, RACHEL E. BELL. • DENEKAS, WILLIAM A. In loving mem ory of my dear son. WILLIAM A. DENE KAS. who passed a*ay three years ago today, June 7, 1948, Death is a heartache no one can heal. Memories are keepsakes no one can steal; Beautiful memories are all I have left Of the one I loved and will never forget. MOTHER, MAGDALENE ANGERMAN. • FIELDS. JOSEPH H. In sad but loving re membrance of our dear husband, father and grandfather, JOSEPH H. FIELDS, who went away from us one year ago today, June 7, I960. It Is very lonely without you, Your presence seems always near; We will ever miss your smiling face As long as we are here. DEVOTED WIFE. ETHEL; CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN. _ HALL. ELLASTINE BLAKEY. In fond memory of our beloved doughter and granddaughter, ELLASTINE BLAKEY HALL, who passed to the Great Beyond eleven years ago today, June 7. 1940. Your life was such a beautiful memory. To grieve that it’s gone seems unfair; Like grudging you more time In Heaven, When our only hope is meeting you there. DEVOTED MOTHER AND GRAND MOTHER. LILLIAN BLAKEY AND SARAH GOODE.__‘_ HANLEIN, SOPHIA. In lovlne memory of our dear mother, SOPHIA HANLEIN, who passed away June 7, 1937. MEYER HANLEIN AND FAMILY. HOLLAND. RITA G. In loving memory of a dear friend, RITA O. HOLLAND, who passed away one year ago today, June 7. 1950. A precious one from us Is gone. A voice we loved Is stilled; A place is vacant In our hearts Which never can be filled. Your cheery way. your smiling face Are pleasant to recall, You had a loving word tor each And died beloved by all. HER LOVING FRIEND, LOUISE CON TEE. LIVERPOOL, ROBERT H. In sad but lov ing remembrance of ROBERT H. LIVER POOL. the dear son of Sarah Johnson and father of Brenda and Robert Liverpool, jr.. who departed this life two years ago today, June 7, 1949. A solemn voice called him. He sarted out to hear; A mortal arrow pierced his frame. He fell, but felt no fear. _ MOTHER AND CHILDREN. PETERSON. ERNEST PERRY. In loving memory of my beloved son, ERNEST PERRY PETERSON, who passed away suddenly six years ago today. June 7. 1945. The stars are brightly shining Upon your silent crave, In it lies our precious one. We loved, but could r.ot save. MOTHER. SISTERS AND BROTHERS. * SELF, HATTIE E. In memory of my mother-in-law. HATTIE E. SELF, who passed away one year ago. A loving) thought, true and tender, Just to show I still remember. LOUISE. Dr. E. H. Griggs, 83, Author and Lecturer, Dies on Visit Here Dr. Edward Howard Griggs, 83, internationally known educator, author and lecturer, died yester day in a private hospital in Fair fax, Va., after a long illness. He had closed his home at Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y., and was visiting with a nephew, Capt. Walter Karig, U. S. N., of Alex andria, Va., at the time of his death. Dr. Griggs began his lecturing career in 1899 and upon retire ment in 1949, he estimated he had given more than 13,000 lec tures to audiences totaling more than 8 million persons and had traveled 2 million miles in his ac tive career. Author of 18 Books. He was the author of 18 books, mostly on ethical and cultural topics, including “Human Equip ment," "The Story of an Itinerant Teacher," “Socrates—Teacher and Martyr,” and others. A native of Owatonna, Minn., his parents moved from there to Indiana in 1870. There he entered the university in 1887 and was graduated two years later with an A.B. degree. He became an Eng lish instructor at Indiana and was appointed assistant professor of ethics at Leland Stanford when that university was founded in 1891. Brooklyn Institute Official. He was president of the Depart ment of Philosophy and chairman of the council of the Brooklyn In stitute of \rts and Sciences and gave two lectures there annually for 50 years. Dr. Griggs is survived by his widow, Mrs. Margaret Keatings Higgins Griggs; three sisters, Mrs. Albert H. Yoder of Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. Edwin A. Turner of Bloom ington, HI., and Mrs. William Van Vories of Parkersburg, W. Va.; four sons, Edward P. Griggs of West Hartford, Conn.; Earl L. Griggs of Los Angeles, Calif.; Daniel A. Griggs of Providence, R. I.. and George L. Griggs of Radnor, Pa., and two daughters, Mrs. Orville Bright of Chicago and Mrs. John Washington of San Diego, Calif. Lf. Robert P. Eckert, Air Force Pilot A plane collision has taken the life of a young Washington flyer whose only brother died in the same manner in a bomber collision during World War II. Air Force Lt. Robert p. Eck ert, 27. was killed Tuesday when his pro peller - driven fighter collided with a jet plane over Dayton, Ohio. His brother, Lt. John K. Eckert, was killed at the age Of 24 While Lt- Eckert. piloting a bomber over England in 1944. Both were West Pointers The brothers were the sons ol Col. and Mrs. John P. Eckert of Port Monroe, Va. They formerly lived here. Tuesday’s fatal accident in volved a third plane in addition to Lt. Eckert’s and the jet. The third pilot escaped with injuries, but the jet pilot also was killed. Lt. Eckert was graduated from West Point in 1945 and later served on Okinawa. He was a graduate of the Millard School here. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his widow and a daughter, 2; his grandfather. John A. Eckert, 3042 Newark street N.W., retired president of the Columbia Planograph Co.; three uncles, Arthur Eckert, 4221 Fordham road, N.W., Milton Eck ert, 3109 Thirty-eigth street N.W., and Col. Norman Eckert, stationed in Germany, and four aunts, Miss Catherine Eckert and Miss Esther Eckert, both of the Newark street address; Mrs. Ber tram Johnson, Philadelphia and Miss Bertha Smith, now in India. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Arlington Cemetery. Job With an Angle NORMAN, Okla., GP).—It’s not all work for the staff of the Uni versity of Oklahoma biological station on Lake Texoma in the summer. There is good fishing all around. Dr. J. Teague Self of the zoological science department says: “It is a job that has the ele ments of a vacation tied right in with it.’’ lit Umoriam STRATTON. CATHERINE V. Sacred to the memory of my dear mother. CATH ERINE V. STRATTON, who departed this life seven years ago today, June 7, 1944. I miss you now, my heart Is sore. As time goes by I miss you more; Your loving smile, your gentle face, No one can fill your /acaut place. DEVOTED SON, ROBERT P. STRATTON. • TELFAIR, JAMES WILLIES In memory of my beloved JAMES WILLIE TELFAIR, who passed away suddenly on June 7, 1960. Today brings sad memories of a loved one laid to rest. Who will never be forgotten by those who loved you best. Sad and lonely months have passed Since my great sorrow fell; The shock I received that day I still remember well. We often sit and think of you And speak of IfBw you died. To think you could not say good-by Before you closed your eyes. Now as I think I try to say He is not dead, he is just away. * Arlington Rites Tomorrow For Lt. Hugh D. Adair Marine Lt. Hugh D. Adair, jr., 26, who was killed in action in the Korean war last October 2, will be buried in Arlington Cemetery to rn o r r o w. Fu neral services will be at 2 p.m. in the Fort Myer Chapel. Lt. Adair’s home was at 115 East Bradley lane, Chevy Chase, Md. A native of Seat tle, Wash., he attended Sulli van School here. Georgia School of Technology and was grad- L‘ Aa»ir. uated from the Naval Academy in 1948. Commissioned in the Marines, he served at Quantico, Va„ and Camp Lejeune, N. C. He fought with the 7th Marine Regiment and died in nrt.inn np»r Rpmil Lt. Adair was a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity and the Army-Navy Country Club. He is survived by his parents, Col. and Mrs. Hugh D. Adair of Des Moines, Iowa, and a cousin, r. Adair Day, with whom he had resided in Chevy Chase. Col. Adair, a veteran of both World Wars, retired from the Army last month. Sen. Tomas Confesor, Panay Guerrilla Chief •y the Associated Press MANILLA, June 7.—Senator Tomas Confesor, noted World War [I guerrilla leader on Panay Island, died in Manila last night of a heart attack. Senator Confesor’s wife died two weeks ago, shortly after the couple had returned to the Philippines from San Francisco. The 60-year old political leader had been under a physician’s care there for several months. President Elpidio Quirino was “greatly grieved and shocked” to learn of Senator Confesor’s un timely death. He said the country had lost “a legislator, a statesman, a patriot and an outstanding guer rilla leader.” “I join my countrymen in mourning the passing of a great Filipino,” the President said. Murder charges were filed against Senator Confesor after the war, accusing him of causing the death of two Filipino officials who Luuttuui itLcu wiui uie uupaiieae during the occupation. The charges were dismissed. Atty. Howard Guttmann, Chief of SEC Division Howard Guttmann, 42, of 404 Mansfield street. Silver Spring, chief attorney in the public util ities division of the Security Ex change Commission, died Tuesday night in Walter Reed Hospital. Mr. Guttmann, who has been with the commission since 1946, was formerly head attorney in the OPA’s public utilities division. Born in New York city, he was a graduate of the Brooklyn Law School. Mr. Guttmann was a member of the New York Bar Association and the Federal Bar Association. He is survived by his wife, Celia, and two children, Paul, 12, and Susan, 4. He had been ill for sev eral weeks. Funeral services to be held in New York have not yet been ar ranged. Mrs. Ella Charter Heslep, Mother of AEC Employe Mrs. Ella Charter Heslep, 74, a resident of Washington for more than 20 years, died yesterday at her home, 3720 Upton street N.W., after a long illness. Mrs. Heslep was the mother of Charter Heslep, chief of radio and television on the Atomic Energy Commission public information staff, who lives at 1906 Hanover street, Silver Spring, Md. .oesiues ner sun, one icavca twu grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Park View Baptist Church, Richmond. The family requests contribu tions be made to the American Cancer Society, In lieu of flowers. Mile. Marguerite Treille, Former Hood Professor By the Associated Press FREDERICK, Md.. June 7.— Word has been received here that Mile. Marguerite Treille, former language professor at Hood Col lege, died in France May 25 after suffering a heart attack. She served on the Hood faculty for 16 years and was head of the department of modern and classical languages when she re tired last June. 1! COL Lll's ( FUNERAL HOME | Francis J. Collins i 3821 14«k St N.W. 2 ; TalapHcit* RAi»<«lpl» 7117 W. R. Frank Hines, President Washington's Foremost Funeral Home Since H73 IBs S.H.ffines Compann 2901-03-05-07 Fourteenth Street NJV. i COInmbia 7023-24 No Branch Establishments - if •"SSSSSSSSSSSSiSSSSSSSSSSSmSSSSmSSSSSSSmSSSSSSmSSSiSSmmSSSSmSSSSSSSSS^^SSSSSSmSSmSSm ' Ralph C. Erskine, 61, Co-owner of Hotel Ralph C. Erskine, 61, co-owner of the Gralyn Hotel, 1745 N street N.W., died Tuesday after a long illness. Mr. Erskine had been in the hotel business most of his life. Prior to coming to Washington he had been manager of many hotels in the Southern Ho|el Association chain, among them*the Sheraton Hotel in High Point, N. C., and the Fort Sumter Hotel, Charleston, S. C. He also owned and operated his own hotel in Fort Pierce, Fla, at one time. He became part owner of the Gralyn Hotel, a residence for dip lomatic staff members, 17 years ago. He lived there until his death _1 J f 1T_T 1__ J AAA TIUAAU IT U1 A, AAV OV1 TVU V/ » VA seas as a lieutenant in the Air Corps. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the National Presbyterian Church, Eighteenth and N streets N.W. Burial will be in Edgerton, Kans., where he was born. Mrs, 6. H. Howell, Jr., Native of Leesburg Special Dispatch to Tho Star LEESBURG, Va., June 7.—Mrs. Elizabeth Gibson Howell, 36, wife of George H. Howell, jr., died yes terday in Lubbock, Tex., after an illness of more than a year. Bom in Leesburg, she was the daughter of Mrs. Harry P. Gib son and the late Dr. Gibson. She had spent her entire life in Lees burg until her marriage to Mr. Howell eight years ago, after which she lived in Racine, Wis., and Memphis, Tenn. Sne went to Texas about a year ago. Mrs. Howell was educated at Madeira and Holton Arms in Washington. She was a member of St. James Episcopal Church in Leesburg. Besides her husband and mother, she is survived by one daughter, Jean Lee Gibson. David Brizzolari, 74, Fruit Store Operator David A. Brizzolari, 74, who operated a fruit business near Judiciary Square for many years, died Wednesday at Sibley Hos pital after a long illness. From 1912 to 1934 he operated a fruit store at 607 F street N.W. Mr. Brizzolari was born in the District, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Brizzolari. His parents came here in 1875 from Italy. He was a member of the Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Third and F streets N.W. He lived at 633 C street N.E. Mr. Brizzolari leaves two sisters. Miss Ann Brizzolari and Mrs. Catherine Lavezzo, with whom he : lived. Prayers will be said at 9 a.m. wuiuuuw at tuc ucc iunerai home. Fourth street and Massa chusetts avenue N.E. Funeral! services will be held at 9:30 am. tomorrow at Holy Rosary. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Ballerina Asks Annulment; H Wants No Family By the Associated Press NEW YORK, June 7.—Maria Tallchief, prima ballerina of the New York City Ballet company, has asked annulment of her mar riage, claiming her husband is in- j terested only in her career and not in raising a family. The 28-year-old dancer, daugh ter of an Osage Indian, was mar- , ried in 1946 to George Balanchine,! director and choreographer of the ballet company. Appearing in Supreme Court yesterday, she testified: He sdid that anybody can have children, but only a few people can dance. “He said my career was far more important than a family and that I was more important to him as a dancer than a mother. “When I asked him about the promises he made (to have a fam ily), he said I should become en grossed in my career and forget about being a mother." The court reserved decision. Charlottesville Marine Buried at Arlington Special Dispatch to The Star CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.,June 7.—Funeral rites for 1st Lt. Na thaniel Flood Mann, jr., United States Marine Corps, a native of Charlottesville, who was killed in -he Korean fighting on September 22, 1950, were to be at 2 pjn. to iay at Fort Myer with interment n Arlington Cemetery. This morning a requiem high nass was said in the Church of ;he Holy Comforter. Lt. Mann was the son of Mrs. ■Catherine Mann and the late Na uinuibi jl . maim, xilo iliUtllcr survives, as does his wife, Mrs. l«uc:lle Patrick Mann, their two shildren and one sister. Lt. Mann eftlisted in the Marine Reserve in 1942. He was sent werseas in 1944, winning a gal antry citation for action in the jattle of Iwo Jima. luU In mar wish ta ' spend a rreat amennt 5 ' I | . . . ar keep fpneral 1 # expenses at a mini- I I mam. We plan ta I I stay within the limit 1 I established. | , NOW HEAR' THIS! : NOW HEAR THIS! ! 5, 6, 7! 5, 6, 7! In all parts of town, and on all sides of the ocean, there has been > too much shallow ‘good will’—too little good sense. : The attention of the school teachers in Washington is kindly I directed to advertisements, small and large, in this paper today, clearly headed: “Can you spare 9 minutes?” ! [spotlighting Chapters 5, 6, 7 of the gospel of St. Matthew—a good » summary of how to solve human problems and get along together. Our good Will Rogers had good sense. He said “Everyone is | ignorant, only not about the same things.” He was on a trip * abroad—trying to learn more about Russia. : j 9 ' » Very much that some religious leaders have stood for—in i Russia, Britain, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United States, and elsewhere—ought to perish. : ! The most likely or promising parts of the world’s sacred records are bound to be salutary for the heavier phases of theology ' , —good (if you will forgive the expression) for the excess bag gage. The “Sermon Project” seeks to make knowledge of them, i in up-to-date languages, via the newspapers, world wide. , The public libraries of the District of Columbia and of New 1 York City will receive copies of our serious ‘tease ad’ campaign I in The Washington Post, the Washington Star, and the New ! York Daily News, June 5, 6, 7—headed: “Can you spare 9 minutes?” I A football coach at Notre Dame said this: “Prayers work better when the players are big.” Big is a big word—and prayer of course, relating to good teamwork, means individual thinking of the highest level. It implies, through what is called the spirit of Christ, self-expression, self-control and rebirth. We believe that there is no human problem of any kind, con- J ceming the individual or family, the community or common wealth—or of any ‘ISM’ or among the nations—no problem, small ! or vast—tfiat would not yield to the intelligence, the courage and the faith upon which were built the United States and the United ! Nations, if those who seek solution approach the problem in the I spirit of Matthew : 5, 6, 7 presented in The Star today-in today’s language P,. L. Norton, Chairman C__aL. U__ D_:_a.