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GOODMAN. YETTA. There will be an
unvpiling of a monument in memory of
YETTA GOODMAN. Sunday afternoon,
July 22, 1961, at 2 o'clock, at George
Washington Park Cemetery. 21
BABNES. B. CARSON. On Thursday. July
19. 1951. at the United States Marine
Hospital, in Baltimore, Md.. B CARSON
BARNES, aged 67 years, ot Onancock. Va.
He is survived by his wife. D Eva Barnes;
one son. Jack C. Barnes, and two grand
children. Jackie and Ann Barnes. Fu
neral trom the Williams Funeral Home,
Onancock, Va.. on Sunday. July 22, at
2:30 p.m.. Eastern standard time. 22
J9. 1951, at Circle Terrace Hospital,
husband ol Eula Ann Bennett and father
of H. Ford Bennett of Washington, D.
C.; Anna Lee. William and Doris Bennett
of Vienna. Va. Remains resting at the
Money & King Funeral Home. Vienna,
Va. Services Sunday. July 22, at 2 p.m.,
at the Holy Comforter Episcopal Church,
Vianna. Va Interment Fairfax Ceme
tery, Fairfax, Va. 21
BLUE. RANDOLPH T. Departed this life
Thursday, July 19. 1951. at his residence.
1113 Queen st.. Alexandria, Va.. RAN
DOLPH T. BLUE, devoted husband of
Mrs. Julia Blue He also leaves two
brothers, one sister, an aunt, four
cousins, other relatives and friends.
Friends may call at his late residence
alter II a m. Sunday. July -K. Funeral
services Monday. July 23. at 2 p.m.. at
the Ebenezer Baptist Church. Rev. H. S.
Hargrove officiating. Interment at Cole
man'c rnmotorv
CHAFFEE, FANNY. On Saturday. July 21.
1951. FANNY CHAFFEE of 4321 Ver
planck pi. n.w., beloved wife of Almey E.
Chaffee and mother of Mrs. Walter
Mttlorey. Friends may call at the Lee
Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave.
n.e.. after 10 a.m. Sunday. Funeral
services on Tuesday. July 24. at 2 p.m.
Interment Congressional Cemetery. 23
July 19, 1951. ANDREW N. CHIARODO.
beloved husband of Joan Chiarodo of 220
2nd st. n.w.. father of Sally and Roger
Chiarodo. brother of Mrs. Catherine
Enrico and Frank Chiarodo. Funeral
from the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home,
641 H st. n.e. on Monday, July 23, at
5:30 a.m. High requiem mass at St.
Aloysiua Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment St. Mary s
Cemetery. 22
day. July 1». 1951. MARGARET ANN
DE HART, beloved daughter of John W.
and Florence De Hart, sister of James.
Alfred, Paul and David De Hart: grand
daughter of Hattie F. De Hart Funeral
from the W. W. Deal Funeral Home.
81 rt H st n.e.. on Monday. July 23, at 2
p.m. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Washington National Cemetery.
day. July 19. 1951. ai Arlington Hospital.
North Wakefield st.. Arlington. Va.. be
loved husband of Ethel Donaldson Earner,
father of Donald Joseph and Janet Chris
tine Earner, son of Mrs. Marion White
Earner and brother of Daniel E. and
James R. Earner, Mrs Blanche Cannon.
Mrs. Mary Copenhaver, Mrs. Catherine
Tolson and the late Marion T. Kelliher.
Friends may call at the Ives Funeral
Home. 2847 Wilson blvd . Arlington. Va
until 8:30 a.m on Monday. July 23;
thence to St. Agnes’ Catholic Church,
where mass will be said at 9 a.m. for the
repose of his soul. Interment National:
Memorial Park. 22
ESSER. MARIE. On Friday. July 10. 1951,
at the Washington Sanitarium and Hos
Sttal. MARIE ESSER of 601 Gist ave.,
liver Spring. Md. Friends may call at
the Takoma Funeral H6me, 254 Carroll
at. n.w. Notice of services later.
July 19. 1951. at her home. 4409 Windom
loved wife of Robert U. Geib, daughter of
Elizabeth S. and the late Clarence H.
Hoskinson and sister of H. Carlton Hos
kinson and Virginia MacDonald. Friends
may call at the Birch Funeral Home.
3034 M st. n.w.. where services will be
held on Saturday. July 21. at 2 p.m.
Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. Please
omit flowers. 21
fit AVrD DL'C iCDH' ID Df,. A C D TIP
GLOVER. Jr., husband of Theresa Glover
and son of Asbie Glover, sr. Also sur
viving are two sisters. Mrs. Mary Mar
shall and Mrs. Maggie Kiah: one brother.
William Glover; other relatives and many
friends. Services Tuesday. July 24 at
10 a m . at Port Myer Chapel. 23
GOLDWYN. ANNA. On Thursday. July V9.
1951. ANNA GOLDWYN of :910 15th
ave.. Hyattsville. Md.. beloved wife of
Lucas Goldwyn and devoted mother of
Robert and Jerome Goldwyn Funeral
aervices at the Bernard Danzansky & Son
Funeral Home. 3501 14th st. n.w . on
Monday. July 23. at 12 noon. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. 22
GOODMAN, NATHAN. On Friday. July
20. 1951. in Gloucester, Mass., NATHAN
GOODMAN, beloved husband of Minnie
Goodman and devoted lather of Mrs.
David Leventhal. Mrs. Arnold Bortman
and David A. Goodman. He also is sur
vived by a sister. Mrs. Jennie Pearlmut
ter. and two brothers. 8amuel Goodman
and Nathaniel Goodman of Philadelphia.
Pa Remains resting at the Bernard
Danzansky & Son Funeral Home. 3501
14th st. n.w. Notice of funeral later.
GREEN. IZLAR. Suddenly, on Tuesday,
July 17. 1951. IZLAR GREEN of 85 8 st.
n.w., son of Mrs. Luretha Green. He
also is survived by one brother, two sis- j
ters and many other relatives and friends.
After 2 p.m. Sunday. July 22. friends
may call at Henry S. Washington & Sons'
Funeral Home. 407 N st. n.w.. where
aervices will be held Monday. July 23, at
1:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery.
GREEN. NANCY M. On Thursday. July
19. 1951. NANCY M. GREEN of 1«20|
Fuller st. n.w . beloved wife of Robert P.
Green, mother of Miss Frances Green of
Washington, D. C : Mrs. John EPPler of
Salinas. Calif ., and Russell M. Green of j
Louisville. Ky. Services at the S. H.
Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st.
n.w., on Saturday July 21. at 2 p.m. In
terment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Bale. Catherine, on Thursday. July
19, 1951. at her residence. 450 Randolph
at. n.w.. CATHERINE HALE, beloved wife
of the late George R. Hale, sr.; mother
of Miss Ruth Hale. Mrs. Kathryn Spencer.
Mrs. Eunice Lizear. Frank. James R..
Julius. Lawrence and Clifton Hale. She
• Iso is survived by fourteen grandchil
dren. Services at the above residence on
Monday. July 23. at 2 p.m. Interment
Rock Creek Cemetery. 21
BOLTER. CHRISTIAN. Suddenly, on Fri
day. July 20. 1951, CHRISTIAN HOLTER,
of 1849 Calvert st. n.w.. beloved husband!
of Mary E. Watson Holter. father of Mrs. j
Jean B. Sayles of Shreveport. La., and !
Robert James McLean of Washington. D
C ; brother of Mrs. A. O Klinger of1
Minneapolis. Minn., and Mrs. Henry T.
Pedersen of Franklin Minn. Rmains J
resting at the S. H Hines Co. Funeral;
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w Services at
the Redeemer Baptist Church. 1200,
Kirby st. n.w.. on Tuesday. July 24. at
10:30 a m. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. 23
Friday. July 20. 1951. at Providence
8isters of Charity, of United States Sol
diers’ Home Hospital. Reauiem mass at
United States Soldiers’ Home Chapel on
Monday. July 23. at 9 am. Inter
ment Emmltsburg, Md. 22
JACKSON, BETTYE S. On Thursday. July
19. 1951. at her residence. 1908 4th st.
n.w.. BETTYE S. JACKSON, wife of the
late Rev. John A. Jackson and mother of
Mrs. Vernice Thomas. Alfred Jackson and
the late Aileen R. Jackson. Also surviv
ing are other relatives and many friends.
After noon Monday friends are invited
to call at the McGuire Funeral Home.
1820 9th st. n.w. Services at the Asbury
Methodist Church, 11th and K sts. n.w..
on Tuesday July 24. at 1 p.m. Inter
ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 23
Hospital. Martinsburg. W. Va.. on July
tn;i f w nr kt « „ n
loney of 1346 Park rd. n ». Services at
Chambers’ Funeral Home, 14U(i Chapin
at. n.w.. on Monday. July 23. at H a m
Interment Arlington National Cemetery
July 20. 1951. at her residence. 3133
Conn. ave. n.w., GEORGIA PIET JAR
BOE, beloved wife of Dr. Eugene D. Jarbie
and mother of John Piet Jarboe and
Georgia Marie Jarboe. Friends may call
at Gawler's Chapel. 1756 Pa. ave. n.w.,
where prayers will be said on Monday.
July 23, at 10:30 am.: thence to Holy
Trinity Church, 3fith and O sts. n.w..
where the holy sacrifice of the mass will
be ofTered at 11 a m. for the repose of
her soul. Interment Calvary Cemetery,
Long Island, N. Y. 22
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KELLER. JOHANNA A. On Friday. July
l 20. 1953. at Woodland Beach. Mri.,
JOHANNA A KELLER, wife of Chris
! topher J. Keller, mother of Bernard J.
Keller. Mrs. Florence C. Hackler. Chris
topher M. Keller, Robert E. Keller and
Mrs. Elsie Davenport. Funeral from her;
i late residence 1124 Morse st. n.e. No-1
' tice of time later.
1951. at the home of his daughter. Mrs.
Gene W. Gray of Canutilla. Tex., after a
lingering illness, E. MARSHALL MER
RIAM. aged 53 years, of Washington. D.
C. and Miami. Fla. Besides his daughter
he also is survived by his beloved wife,
Velma Merriam; his mother, Susan R
Merriam; one brother, three sisters and
two grandchildren. He was the son of
the late Dr. Arthur C. Merriam. Burial
Friday. July 20. at Canutilla, Tex.
(Miami. Fla., papers please copy.) 21
MILLER. MARIAN J. On Friday. July 20.
1951, at her residence. 3119 South Da
kota avc. n.e.. MARIAN J. MILLER, be
loved wife of Henry A. Miller, mother of
Doris S.. Henry A., jr.. and Leslie A.
Miller; grandmother of Leslie A., jr.;
Betty Jean and Barbara Jayne Miller.
Services at the above residence on Tues
day. July 24. at 2 p.m. Interment Fort
Lincoln Cemetery. 23
July 18. 1951. at her residence. 1414
Girard st. n.e , AMELIA WALL MOORE,
wife of the late James R. Moore and
mother of Mrs. Lucille Moore Simmons.
Also surviving are a granddaughter. Bonla
Yvonne Simmons; a son-in-law. Dr.
Ogbon N. Simmons; a niece. Mrs. Nettie
W. Wolford; other relatives and many
friends. After 4 p.m. Friday friends are
invited to call at the McGuire Funeral
Home. 1820 9th st. n.w.. where services
will be held Saturday. July 21. at 11
am. Interment Harmony Cemetery.
Please omit flowers. 21
MANLY. EDITH HILL. On Friday. July
'*0 1Q*»1 at n*nro«tnn'n Tlnivfivtil v
Pital. EDITH HILL MANLY, beloved wife
of the late Henry T. Manly, devoted sis
ter of Mrs. Leo H. Williams and aunt of
Carlisle B. Hill. Notice of funeral later.
Services by Snowden & Davis.
MORGAN. JAMES R. Suddenly, on Thurs
day. July 19. 1951. JAMES R. MORGAN
of 4024 14th st. n.w., beloved husband of
Florence M. Morgan. Services at the 8.
H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th
st. n.w.. on Saturday. July 21, at 7 p.m.
Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 21
July 19, 1951, at his residence. 3358
Chillum rd.. Mount Rainier. Md.. EARL
JAMES MYERS. Sr., beloved husband of
Elsie G. Myers, father of John R. Myers
of Cleveland. Ohio: Wilbur G . Earl J.. jr..
and Clifford A. Myers. Services at the
S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th
st. n.w.. on Monday. July 23. at 2 p.m.
Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 22
MYERS. EARL J. On Thursday. July 19.
1951, at Hyattsville. Md .
EARL J MYERS, member of
the Columbia Typographical
Union. No. 101, and the Hand
Day Chapel Services Mon
day, July 23. at 2 p.m,. at
the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
JOSEPH Z. LINS. Secretary-Treasurer.
NEWMAN, CARRIE. On Friday, July 20.
1951, CARRIE NEWMAN of 405 Hinsdale
lane. Silver Spring. Md.. beloved mother
of Mrs. Janice Esman. Sanford and Wil
liam Newman. She also is survived by
three sisters. Mrs. Dora Haas. Mrs. Claire
Milch and Miss Janet Bernhart. and a
brother. Joseph Bernhart. Funeral serv
ices and Interment New York City, N Y.
Danzansky Funeral Service. 21
OLIVER. CORA LEE. On Friday, July 20.
1951. at her residence 1101 Mass. ave.
n.w.. Miss CORA LEE OLIVER, daughter
of the late Wheeden and Mary Frances
Oliver. Remains resting at Hysong's Fu
neral Home, 1300 N st. n.w . where serv
ices will be held on Monday, July 23. at
terment National Memorial Park Ceme- j
tery. In Falls Church. Va. Please omit1
flowers. 22 j
SHAW. MURRAY A. Suddenly, on Frtdoy 1
July 20. 1J>51, MURRAY A 8HAW of j
2509 39th st. n.w., the beloved husband }
of Ruth E. Shaw, father of Mrs. Gloria
Brown and Mrs. June Jones, brother of
Alfred and Leslie Shaw. Friends may call i
at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and
Mass. ave. n.w., where services will be j
held on Tuesday. July 24. at 11 a m.
Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 23
SPINNEY. REV. GRACE V. At. Cleveland.
Ohio, on July 20. 1951, sister of Mrs.
Gertrude Mclntire. Mrs. Sarah Adams.
Mrs. Eltha Buckley. Myles and Archie
Spinney. Graveside services at Fort
Lincoln Cemetery on Monday. July 23. at
11 a m. Services by Chambers. 22
TARR. SADIE BELLE. Of 1012 22nd st.
n.w.. on July 20. 1951, mother of Mrs
Dessie P Zeigler and grandmother of
Mrs. John Featherstone. Mrs. John P
Marshall and Frank T Zeigler. Several
great-grandchildren also survive. Serv
ices and interment Windber, Pa. Serv
ices by Chambers.
day July 21. 1951, at Georgetown Uni
versity Hospital. MARY ELIZABETH
URBAN of 2842 South Abington st.. Ar
lington, Va.. beloved wife of Richard H.
Urban, mother of Richard, jr.; Patricia
and Carl Urban; daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles L Willingham of Macon.
Ga.: sister of Nancy L. Willingham of
Macon, Ga.; A L. Willingham of Wash
ington. D. C , and Charles B. Willingham
of Pittsburgh. Pa Services at the S. H.
Hines Co Funeral Home. 2901 14th st.
n.w . on Tuesday. July 24. at 2 p.m. In
terment Arlington National Cemetery.
(Macon Ga.: New York City. N. Y.. and
Pittsburgh, Pa., papers please copy.* 23*
July 19, 1951, at her residence. 1515
(nee Sullivan), wife of the late William J
Wagner, sister of Miss Annie Sullivan and
George S. Sullivan. Services at the S. H
Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st
n.w . on Monday. July 23, at 8:30 a m.:
thence to the Shrine of the Sacred Heart
Church. 18th st. and Park rd. n.w . where
the holy sacrifice of the mass will be of
fered at 9 am. for the repose of her
soul. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Thursday, July 19. 1951. at Suburban
Hospital. Bethesda, Md.. HOWARD
DOUGLAS YEAGER, devoted husband of
A f o *■ TT T f • V, „ - ~ r .. v-.. i „
He also leaves seven grandchildren and
a host of other relatives and friends.
Friends may call after ft p.m. Monday.
July 23, at Boyd’s Funeral Horn#-. 1238
20th st n.w. Funeral Tuesday. July 24.
at l pm. from the above funeral home.
Interment Woodl&wn Cemetery. 22
In ilrmortum
BROWN. ELIZABETH. In remembrance of
our dear mother. ELIZABETH BROWN,
who departed this life one year ago.
July 21. 1950.
You have taken your last journey
On a beautiful ship called rest.
Away from this world of sorrow
To a land of peace and rest.
GANTT. EDWARD A. In loving memory:
of my faithful husband. EDWARD A.
GANTT, whose courageous spirit passed
out of this life ten years ago today. July
21. 1941.
You live with me in memory still,
Not just today, but always will.
HAWKINS. MAMIE C. A tribute of love
in memory of my wife and our mother.
MAMIE C HAWKINS, who departed
from this life five years ago today. July
21. 194b.
Mother, who gave u* the best years of
her life.
Who cherished our aecrets, our sorrows,
our strife:
Who taught us to love, who taught us to
Our mother in Heaven. God bless her
memory today.
HERNDON. MATTIE B. Sacred to the
memory of our dear wife and mother.
: MATTIE B. HERNDON, who departed this
life three years ago today, July 21, 194b.
On the hillside gently sleeping.
Where the flowers gently wave.
Lies my wife and Gladyce’s mother
In her lonely, silent grave.
*Tis sweet to know we’ll meet again,
Where the flowers gently wave.
Our dearest one. we loved so well,
Has only gone before.
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Sister Constantia Dies;
Cared for the Blind
At Soldiers' Home
Sister Constantia, 68, a nurse
who cared for the blind patients
at Soldiers’ Home Hospital here
for 15 years, died yesterday in
the hospital after a year’s illness.
Born Mary Ann Howard in St.
John, New Brunswick, Canada,
she had been a member of the
Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent
de Paul for 43 years.
Sister Constantia was well loved
at the hospital and greatly re
spected for her complete devotion
to her 50 patients, all of whom
were blind or in wheelchairs. De
spite her long illness, she con
tinued to work until about a
month ago.
Read to Them in Spare Time,
Sister Constantla gave much
special care to her patients, often
spending her spare time reading
to them. One of her favorite
patients was a blind veteran who
Jiad lost both hands and whom
she personally had fed during her
time there.
Two other members of her
family are in religious orders.
One of her five brothers, the Rev.
Edward Howard, is a Redemptorist
priest in St. John. Her sister,
Sister Regina, is a Sister of Char
ity in Syracuse, N. Y.
After her religious training.
Sister Constantla took care of
mental patients at St. Joseph's
Home in Philadelphia from 1914
to 1917.
Later at Emmitsburg, Baltimore.
She later was stationed at Em
mitsburg, Md.; at St. Joseph’s
Retreat in Dearborn, Mich., and,
at Seton Institute and Kirley Villa
in Baltimore. She was in Balti
more from 1925 until she came
here in 1936.
Sister Constantia also is sur
vived by four other brothers,
Michael, Prank and Percy Howard
of St. John and John Howard of
Alberta, Canada.
M 111 KT\. OU1U ill
the Soldiers’ Home Chapel at 9
a.m. Monday. Burial will be in
James R. Morgan, 81,
Apartment Manager
James R. Morgan, 81, a lifelong
resident, died Thursday after a
fall near his residence, 4024 Four
teenth street N.W.
Funeral services will be held at
1 o’clock tonight in the S. H. Hines
funeral home. 2901 Fourteenth;
street N.W., with private burial.
Mr. Morgan was born in George
town and attended public schoolsj
oere. For a number of years he
operated a grocery store at Fifth
md Shepherd streets N.W. and
later went into the real estate
ousiness. He remained active
until the time of his death, still
managing an apartment house at
the Fourteenth street address.
Mr. Morgan is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Florence M. Morgan,
of the home address.
Willie Priory, Veteran
New York Drama Editor
By the Associated Press
NEW YORK. July 21.—Willie
Priory, 43, who formerly was
drama editor for the old New
York Sun, died yesterday at Me
morial Hospital. He had been ill
several months.
Mr. Priory had been with the
Sun for 27 years when it was
itaoi jv-ni nil tin,
York World-Telegram. He began
his newspaper career as a copy
boy on the New York Globe and
joined the drama department of
the Sun in 1923.
Mussolini Niece Fined
FLORENCE. Italy. July 2‘ (.&).—
Rosa Mancini, identified as a
niece of the late Benito Musso
lini, last'night was sentenced to
a year and seven months in prison
and fined 37,000 lire < $59 > for
circulating forged Allied currency.
Jit Umorium
HILL, RLNA. In loving memory of our
dear wife and mother. RENA HILL, who
passed away two years ago today, July
21. 1949.
She had a smile for every one,
A heart as pure as gold:
To those who knew and loved her.
Her memory will never grow old.
sad but loving memory of our dear son
and brother. V. ROBERT (BUDDY >
WILLIAMS, who departed this life thir
teen years ago today, July 21. 1938.
There is still an ache in our hearts today
That passing days cannot take away;
A place in our hearts that nothing can
We miss you. Bud, and always will.
Time takes away the endge of grief.
But memories turn back every leaf.
Some day we know we will meet you
In that land so bright and fair.
For Jesus, our Saviour, invites us
His beautiful home to share.
Mrs. Eugene D. Jarboe,
Wife of District Dentist
Mis. Eugene D. Jarboe. 47, wife
of a dentist here, died yesterday
after a long illness at her resi
dence, 3133 Connecticut avenue
The former Miss Georgia Piet,
she war born in White Plains,
N Y„ but spent most of her child
hood in Scarsdale, N. Y. She was
graduated from the Georgetown
Visitation Convent in 1925 and
lived for a number of years in
the Mayflower Hotel here.
In 1930. she was married to Dr.
Jarboe, who maintains offices at
1150 Connecticut avenue N.W.
Mrs. Jarboe was a member of
the Restorers of Mount Carmel,
the Inner Wheel, the Alumnae of
Georgetown Visitation Convent
and the Congressional Country
Rhp alert 1c Vtxr a c r\r\
John Piet Jarboe, and a daugh
ter, Georgia Marie, both of the
home address.
Mass will be sung at 11 am.
Monday in Holy Trinity Church,
Thirty-sixth and O streets N.W.
Burial will be Tuesday in Calvary
Cemetery, Long Island, N. Y.
Edwina Wadden, 23,
Was Aide in U. S.
Embassy in Paris
Miss Edwina Pou Wadden, 23,
granddaughter of the late Rep
resentative Pou of North Carolina,
once dean of the House, died
Thursday after
a sudden illpess
in the American
Hospital in
Miss Wad
J_ _a_
“I uaugubci<
of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Wad
den, 2401 Cal
vert street N.W.,
had been in
Paris with the
political divi
sion of the
American Em
bassy there M1*‘
since January.
She was a graduate of Woodrow
Wilson High School and George
Washington University two years
ago. Miss Wadden worked for
the Near Eastern Division of the
State Department and was a sec
retary to Warren Austin, United
States delegate to the United Na
tions, before she went to Paris.
She was born and reared in
the District. Her father is a
lawyer with the Reconstruction
Finance Corp.
At George Washington, she was
a member of Kappa Gama sorority.
Later she became a member of
the Junior League and was active,
as a Gray Lady in the Red Cross.
She made her debut here in 1946.
Beside her parents. Miss Wad
den is survived by a brother.
Thomas Wadden. jr„ an assistant
United States Attorney here, of
the Calvert street address, and a
sister, Mrs. Thomas Durrance,
whose husband is with the Eco
nomic Co-operation Administra
tion in Paris.
Funeral services and burial will
be in Smithfleld, N. C., at a date
to be decided later. The family
requests that no flowers be sent.
Msgr, Barnabas Tost,
Hungarian Bishop
BUDAPEST. Hungary, July 21.
—Msgr. Barnabas Tost, 75, papal
prelate and apostolic governor of
the Catholic diocese of Kassa
Rozsyno, has died in Budapest.
U A tirn (• n n Ua i, TJ i
bench of Catholic bishops. His
diocese was partly in Czechoslo-.
vakia and partly in Hungary.
Distinctive services
Planned in strict
compliance with
family wishes.
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Msgr. E. B. Jordan
Eulogized in Rites
At Catholic University
Friends, students, fellow facul
ty members and the clergy joined
here today to pay last tribute to,
the Right Rev. Msgr. Edward B.
Jordan, vice rector of Catholic
University, who died Thursday.
A pontifical mass was offered
in the National Shrine of the Im
maculate Conception by the Most
Rev. Patrick A. O’Boyle, Arch
bishop of Washington and chan
cellor of the school.
Members of the faculty at
tended in academic robes. A large
delegation of members of the
International Federation of Cath
olic Alumnae of which Msgr. Jor
dan was international director,
was present.
In eulogizing Msgr. Jordan, the
Most Rev. Patrick J. McCormick,
rector of the university, said his
death “is an irreparable loss to
Catholic University and to
Catholic education in America.’’
The noted educator and writer
had been associated with the uni
versity since 1921.
Serving as deacons of honor to
Archbishop O'Boyle were the
Very Rev. Francis J. Connell, dean
of the School of Sacred Theology,
and the Very Rev. Ignatius Smith,
dean of the School of Philosophy.
The assistant priest was the Rev.
John M. Walsh, former dean of
men at the school and a member
of the Scranton (Pa.i diocese,
where Msgr. Jordan was ordained
a priest.
The deacon of the mass was the
Rev. Dr. Joseph B. Collins, the
subdeacon was the Rev. Dr.
Aloysius K. Zeigler. Directing the
Mrs. Dorothy Andrews, 27,
Former District Resident
Mrs. Dorothy Williams Andrews,
27, a former District resident,
died Thursday of a heart ailment
at her home in Jacksonville.
Born and reared in the District,
Mrs. Andrews attended Woodrow
Wilson High School and George
Washington University here. She
was the daughter of Edward G.
Williams, long-time District fire
man attached to Engine Company
20, who died two years ago.
She was married to Edgar An
drews in December, 1945. Mr.
Andrews is a son of the late United
States Senator Charles O. An
drews, of Florida. At present her
husband is a representative of the
Minneapolis-Honeywell Co. in
Besides her husband, she leaves
three daughters, Margaret. Gray
son, and Sarah, all of Jackson
Funeral services will be at 5.
p.m. today at the Flint Hill (Va.) j
Methodist Church. j
ceremonies was the Tev. Walter
J. Schmitz.
Representing the Scranton dio
cese at the mass was the Most
Etev. Henry T. Klonowski, auxili
iry bishop. The Baltimore arch
diocese was represented by the
Most Rev. Lawrence J. Shehan,
auxiliary bishop. Also present
was the Most Rev. John M. Mc
Namara, auxiliary bishop of the
Washington diocese.
The body was to be taken today
to Scranton, w'here the funeral
will be held on Tuesday. The
Most -Rev. William J. Hafey,
Bishop of Scranton, will sing a
pontifical mass of requiem at
10:30 a.m. there in St. Mary of
Mt. Carmel Church.
Mrs. Robert U. Geib,
Banking Unit Aide
Mrs. Robert U. Geib, 50, who;
died Thursday at her residence.
4409 Windom place N.W., after a!
long illness, was to be buried here:
Funeral services were to be held
at 2 p.m. in the Birch funeral:
home, 3034 M street N.W., with'
burial in Oak Hill Cemetery.
Mrs. Geib had been staff rela-;
tions officer with the International
Bank for Reconstruction and De
velopment since it began opera
tions in 1946. She formerly had;
done puolic relations and counsel-j
ing work with the Agriculture and
Interior Departments here for5
many years.
Born in Derwood, Md., she was>
the former Helen Elizabeth Hos-;
kinson, daughter of Elizabeth S.j
and the late Clarence H. Hoskin
son. Mr. Hoskinson was a Mont
gomery County businessman and
president of the Gaithersburg Na
tional Bank.
Mrs. Geib attended public
schools in the District and was a
graduate of the now-defunct Zur
horst School of Domestic Arts and'
Sciences here. She was a member
of the Soroptimist Club and Chi "
Sigma Sorority.
Mrs. Geib belonged to the Third
Church of Christ, Scientist, Thir
teenth and L streets N.W.
Besides her husband and her
mother, she is survived by a
brother, H. Carlton Hoskinson,
4413 Windom place N.W., and a
sister, Mrs Virginia MacDonald,
4401 Forty-seventh street N.W.
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1790 when mutineers from the,
British snip. Bounty, landed there.
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