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ACKER. WADE. On Saturday November
24. 1951. WADE ACKER o( 122? 6!h
at n.w Notice of funeral later. Ar
rangements by Frazier s Funeral Home.
day. November 25 1951. at her resi
dence near Vienna. Va . JENNIE THOMAS
BAUGHMAN, beloved wife of the late
Cortice B Baughman, mother of Jennie
Ellenore Schuermann and step-mother of
Francis Claude Baughman of Bndgeville,
Del. Also survived by one grandson and
two great-grandchildren. Remains resting
at the Money &. King Funeral Home,
Vienna. Va.. where services will be held
Tuesday. November 27. at 2 p.m. Inter
ment Fllnthill Cemetery, near Oak
ton. Va.
BOSSE. CHARLES A. On Friday. Novem
ber 2.1. 1951. at Easten. Pa., CHARLES
A. BOSSE. beloved husband of the late
May Lee Bosse and father of Mrs. M. A.
Strausburg of Easten. Pa. Friends may
call at Ztrkle's Funeral Home. 519 C
st. n.e, after 2 pm. Sunday. November
25. Funeral Tuesday. November 27. at
9:30 a m. thence to St Aloysius Church,
where requiem mass will be said at 10
a m. for the repose of his soul. Inter
ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. Relatives
and friends Invited. 2(5
BOSSE. CHARLES A. Washington Lodge
— . No. 15. B P. O. Elks, will
assemble at Zirkle's Funeral
Home 510 C st. n.e . Mon
RaAul day. November 26. 1951. at
7:30 pm to exemplify
VH* the funeral ritual of the
Order over the remains of
our late^hrother. CHARLES A. BOSSE.
By order of:
JOSEPH G. MOTYKA. Exalted Ruler.
Attest: L. M. YOUNG, Secretary.
BOOTH. ELIZABETH M. Suddenly, on
Friday. November 23, 1951. at Emergency
Hospital. ELIZABETH M. BOOTH, be
loved mother of Mrs. Margaret A. Bean,
daughter of Mrs. Sarah A. Morris of 1401
Madison st. n.w.. and the late William
Morris, sister of John M. and Michael V.
Morns'and Mrs. Joseph A Madden. Fu
neral from the above residence on Tues
day, November 2 7. at 8:30 am. Requiem
mass at the Church of the Nativity at 9
a m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 26
BUTLER. FRANK. Departed this life on
Thursday. November 72. 1951. at Gal
linger Hospital. FRANK BUTLER. He
leaves to mourn their loss a sister. Mrs
Maude Chapman, a devoted friend. Mrs.
Dora Lynch, and a host of other relatives
and friends. Remains may be viewed
after 8 pm. Monday. November 2ti. at
109 Reeves court n w. Funeral Tuesday.
November 27. at the above address at
2 pm. Rrv Walter Barringer officiat
ing Interment Woodlawn Cemetery Ar
rangements by Edmonson's Funeral
CHAPMAN', ISAAC. On Saturday. No
vember 24. 1951. ISAAC CHAPMAN of
5218 E. Capitol st.. ISAAC CHAPMAN,
husband of Estelle Chapman and father
of Mrs Jeanne Smith. LeVerne. Theresa
and Lawrence Chapman. Also surviving
are three brothers. Frank. James and
Stephen Chapman, two sisters. Mrs.
Margaret Tolson and Lou Chapman: two
grandchildren. Dtetrah and Lawrence
Chapman: other relatives and many
friends. Notice of funeral later. Ar
rangements by McGuire. Inc. 28
CLINTON. ANDREW J. Departed this life
Wednesday. November 21. 1951 at Mount
Alto Hospital. ANDREW J. CUNTON.
He leaves to mourn their loss a be
loved wife. Mrs. Sarah J. Clinton, one
sister, Mrs Janie C. Cheney: two nieces,
all of Philadelphia. Pa one sister-in
law. a host of other relatives and friends.
After 8 p m Tuesday. November 27.
friends may call at his late residence.
188 Thomas st. n.w. Funeral Wednes
day. November 28. at 12 noon, from the
Metropolitan Wesley A. M. E. Zion
Church D st between 2nd and 8rd sts.
$.w.. Rev. O G. Goodwin officiating.
Interment' Arlington National Cemetery.
Arrangements by Frazlier s Funeral Home.
CLINTON, ANDREW J. The illustrous
m, peers and sublime princess of
Jk Jonathan Davis Consistory No.
ADA 1 are hereby notified to attend
HBH a midnight service tor our late
f.A. T Illustrious Peer ANDREW J.
CLINTON on Tuesday. Novem
ber '7 1951. at Frazier s Funeral Home.
8*9 Rhode Island are- nsw
’Ltrd Degree, Commander-in-Chiel.
MELVIN J Key, .'Sard Degree.
Keeper of the Seal and Archives.
CLUBB. RICHARD H. Ol. 1332 Downing
ne, on November 25. 19ol; latner
of Mrs. Laura Caldwell, grandfather of
Charles Caldwell and Mrs. aane Adolph.
Services at Chambers' Funeral Home,
517 11th st s.e.. on Wednesday. No
vember a*, at 1 p.m. Interment Mount
Zion Baptist Church Cemetery, Alta
Vista. Md.
roi RFKT, SARAH A. On Saturday. No
vember 24 1951. SARAH A COLBERT
of J 718 4th st. n.w. mother of Mrs
Majy Minor of New York City. Helen.
Ethel. Ruth, John W. and James A.
Colbert sr mother-in-law ol Mrs.
Blanche E Colbert, grandmother of Mrs.
Lucille C. Price Rudolph and James A
Colbert jr two great-grandchildren,
other relatives and many friends a.so
survive After 3 o.m. Tuesday. Novemoer
27. friends may call at Frazier s Funerai
Home 389 R. I ave n.w Funeral Wed
nesday. November 28. at 1 P m from the
Asbury M. E. Church. 11th and K sts.
nw. Rev. Arthur Breece officiating.o In
terment Harmony Cemetery. -«
COLBERT, SARAH A. Officers and mem
bers of I. O Judean Shepherds. Wash
ington Fold No. 1. please assemble at
the Frazier Funeral Parlors. 4th st. ana
Fla ave. n.w . on Tuesday evening.
November 27. 1951. at 8 p.m. to perlorm
the last rites ol the order for Shepherd
SARAH A COLBERT. Call meeting at
1897 4th st. n.w. at T:3<) p.m. Funeral
or. Wednesday. November 28. from Asbury
Methodist Church. 11th and K sts. n.w.
By order of
G. S. RICKS. Chief 6hepherd.
A. F. STEWART. Recorder.
Novemoer 24. 1951. at Freedmens Hos
pital JOHN WESLEY COOPER of 6298
Central* ave. s.e.. loving son of the late
John and Laura Cooper, husband of the
late Maude May Cooper, devoted father
of Rosco V. Cooper, grandfather of
Esther May Cooper, brother of Bertha
C. Tibbs. Mamie C. Gray. Laura. Regi
nald. Arthur and Frederick Cooper;
lather-in-iaw of Frances S. Cooper. He
a.so is survived by other relatives and
friends The iate Mr. Cooper will rest
at the above residence from 6 p.m. Tues-(
day. November 21. to 9 a m Wednes
day. November 28. thereafter will iie in,
state at John Wesley A. M. E. Zion
Cnurch. 14th and Corcoran sts. n.w..
where services will be held at 1 p.m.
Rev. Stephen Gild Spottswood officiating.
Casket will not be opened. Interment
Wocchawn Cemetery. Services by Stewart.
(Atlantic City papers please copy.) 27
Friday November 23. 1951. WILLIAM
Capitol st.. beloved husband of Viola M.
Cumberland, father of Irving L. and
William C\. jr Raymond A. and Mary
Ann Cumberland. Mrs. Daniel Zimmer-;
man and Mrs. Albert Hutchins; brother:
cl Lawrence Cumberland. Services at
Chambers’ Funerai Home. 617 11th st.
a c . on Tuesday. November 27. at 1 p.m.
Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 26
Taylor st . Arlington. Va.. on November
24. 1951; wife of the late Col. Robert
Davis. U. S A . retired; mother of Mrs.
Robert Bertchey. Mrs Elizabeth Davis,
Mrs. A. B. Shaeler and Mrs. B. W.
Atwood of Monville, N. J. Remains at
Chamber s Funeral Home. 3072 M st.!
n.w . until Wednesday. November 28, at
8 30 a m. Services at Fort Meyer Chapel
9 am. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. 27
November 24. 1951, ANNIE M. DEGGES.
beloved mother of Bessie N. Keene and
alster of Mrs. Hattie M. Blakeney. Eva F.
Burton and Mrs. Elsie E. Brasse. Funeral
from the W. W. Deal Funeral Home, 4812
Gerogia ave. n.w. On Tuesday. November
21. at 2 p m Relatives and friends in
vited. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery.
DEVO. PUTIN. On Monday, November
26. 1951, at her residence. 4808 Kansas
ave. n w.. FUTIN DEVO. mother of Mrs.
Helen Younes* Miss Margaret Devo, Peter
(Devoe) and Anthony Devo. She also is
survived by four grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren. Remains resting at
the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901
14th st. n.w. Services at St. George
Orthodox Syrian Church. 1099 8th st.
n.w., on Wednesday. November 28. at
2 p.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery.
DOMMITT. ANNIE. Of 527 6th at. "s.e..
on November 25. 1951; mother of Mrs.
C. E. Satterwhite. Services at Cham
bers Funeral Home, 617 lith at. s.e.,
on Tuesday. November 27. at 11:30 a.m.
Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
November 24. 1951, RUSSELL E.
FOWLER, husband of Marlon Fowler,
father of Joseph E. Fowler, son of Mrs.
Dorothy Fowler, brother of Clarence D.
Fowler and Mrs. Alice Girling. Friends
may call at Nalley s Funeral Home. 522
8th st. s.e., where services will be held
on Monday. November 26. at 8 p.m.
Funeral on Tuesday, November 27,
at 8:30 a m Relatives and friends In
vited Graveside services and interment
Arlington National Cemetery at 9:30 3 m.
vember 26. 1951. NATALIE FRANKLE
of 3 Elmira st. s.e.. beloved daughter
of Mrs. Mammie Frankie and devoted
iister of Mrs. Beatrice Rothstene. Mrs
Bet tie Bogen. Mrs. Joseph Frankie. F u
neral services at the Bernard Danzansky
& Sons Funeral Home. 3501 14th st.
n w„ on Wednesday. November 28. at
10 a m Interment United Hebrew Ceme
tery. Baltimore rd., Md. 27
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FURASH. JACOB. On Saturday. November
24. 1951. JACOB FURASH of Miami
Beach F!a.. beloved husband of Tlllle
Furash and devoted father of Mrs.
Herman Levin and Harry and Samuel
Furash. He also is survived by one
brother. Irving Furash. and four sisters.
Mrs. Louis Denningberg. Mrs. Max Hol
lander of Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Harry
Pollack and Mrs. Eva Liebermar. of New
York City. Funeral services at the
Bernard Dangansky & Son Funeral Home.
3501 14th st. n.w.. on Tuesday. Novem
ber 27. at 2 p.m. Interment Mount
Lebanon Cemetery.
day November 25. 1951, at George
Washington Hospital, WILLIAM HARRY
GOULD. Jr., of 221 A at. n.e . beloved
ton of William Harry and Nadine J.
Gould and brother of Karen Kay Gould.
Friends may call at the Lee Funeral
Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e. Notice
of funeral later.
November 24. 1951. JAMES OWEN
GRIMES of Rockville. Md.. beloved hus
band of the late Ary E. Grimes, father
of Loretta Mobley. Clara Moulden. Cecilia
Boswell. Nina Connley, Owen and Am
brose Grimes. Also survived by 29 grand
children and 20 great-grandchildren. Re
mains resting at the Colonial Funeral
Home of Robert A. Humphrey, Rockville.
Md„ where services will be held on Tues
day. November 27. at 3 p.m. Interment
Darnestown Presbyterian Church Ceme
WILLIAM. On Friday. November
23. 19.)1. WILLIAM HARMON of 711
Irving st. n w.. beloved husband of Mrs.
Katie C. Harmon father of James, Wil
and Thurman H. Harmon:
grandfather of Thurman, jr. He also
l«»v« other relatives and friends. Friends
may call at his late residence after
0 »:m Tuesday. November 27. Funeral
services Wednesday. November 28, at
1 o m at the Wr. Ernest Jarvis Funeral
Church. 1432 You st. n.w.. Rev. M. Cecil
Mills officiating. Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment Lincoln Cemetery. 27*
(retired). Suddenly, on Friday Novem
U S. Army (retired!, beloved husband of
Anna May McAllister Heavey: father of
Mrs^ Mary L Hartman of West Point.
Y Capt Thomas J. Heavey. U. 8. A F.
of San Antonio. Tex., and James McAl
lister Heavey of Alexandria, Va. Col
Heavey rests at the W. K. Huntemann
<fc Son Funeral Home. 5732 Georgia ave..
*“0r Id a m Monday November 26. until
9 in Tuesday. November 27. Requiem
mass at the chapel at Fort Myer at
if am. Relatives and friends invited
to attend. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery with full military honors. 26
HOBAN. ALPHONSE. Formerly of 1329
vA^1. am st- n-w., on November 23.
19.jl: cousin of Mary A. Denny of
ragoma Park. Md. Prayers at Chambers'
Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin st n.w.. on
Wednesday, November 28. at 830 am
I"885 8t the Church of Nativity.
J?,1'9' 19i,9 at. n w.. at 9 a m. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. 27
HOBAN. ALPHONSE. The members of the
Holy Name 8ociety of the
Church of the Nativity will
meet at the Chambers Funeral
Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w .
on Tuesday. November 27.
1051. at 8 p m for recitation
of nrayera for deceased Brother
A W. WILDING President,
Spiritual Director.
HOLMES. CARRIE. On Monday. Novem
ber 26. Idol. CARRIE HOLMES, loving
wife of the late Ellis Holmes, lister of
Ollie Nixon of Washington. D. c.. and
Mabel McNalre of Chicago, III.: cousin
of Lillian Reed. She also leaves many
other relatives and friend*. Remains at
Campbeli's Funeral Home. 423 4th st.
s.w. Notice of funeral later. •
JACKSON. DR. HOWARD J. Departed this
life Friday, November 23. 1951, Dr.
HOWARD J JACKSON of 410 N at. n.w.,
beloved husband of Gladys J. Jackson,
devoted father of Howard J. Jackson. Jr.,
and stepfather of Patricia. AlLnerla and
Richard Myers. He also leaves two aunts.
Mrs Florence Mayo and Miss Laura V.
Jackson; other relatives and many friends
Family may be seen at 763 Wueocc pi.
n w. After 2 p m Monday. November 26.
friends are invited to call at the McGuire
Funeral Home. 1820 9th st n.w. Services
Tuesday November 27. at 1 pm. at
Asbury Methodist Church, llth and K
sts. n.w. Interment Harmony Cemetery.
vember 23. 1951. at her residence. 2124
llth st. n.w., MRS ELIZABETH JACK
SON. beloved wife of Joseph Jackson and
devoted mother of Clarence Holland. She ■
also is survived by a sister. Mrs. Ida
Wright, and other relatives and frlapds
Remains resting with L. E. Murray A
Son 1337 tilth st. n w., where funeral
services will be held Tuesday. November
27. at 1 pm.. Rev. Robert Anderson
officiating. Interment Lincoln Cemetery.
the Oldest Inhabitants Inc., are notified
of the death of DR HOWARD J. JACK
SON. Funeral services Tuesday. Novem
ber 27. 1951. at the Asbury M. E .
Church, llth and K sts. n.w , at 1 p.m.
FRANK D. McKINNEY. Secretary. •
JACKSON. JAMES C. On Saturday. No- i
vember 24 1951. at Providence Hospital.
JAMES C. JACKSON, beloVed husband of
Louise Sweeney Jackson, son of Catherine
L. Jackson, Orother of Lester H Truman
L . Ernest D.. Andrew L. Jackson and
Mrs Martha Cornett Friends may tall
at the Walsh Funeral Home. 74 1 llth1
st se. where services will be held on,
Wednesday. November 28. at 9:30 a m.
Requiem mass at Immaculate Conception
Church at 10 a m. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. 27
JENKINS, MABEL C. On Sunday. Novem
ber 2.>. 1951. at the George Washington
University Hospital, MABEL C. JENKINS
of 709 Jackson st. n e.. beloved wife of
Aubrey B Jenkins, mother of Keith B
Jenkins, daughter of Ward and Minnie
Fogle, sister of Paul and Carl Fogle and
Mrs. Ruby Strawderman. Friends may
call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st and
Mass. ave. n e where services will be
held on Wednesday, November 28. at
11 a m. Interment Fort Lincoln Ceme
tery. 27
KELLER. ALBERT. On Sunday. November
25. 1951. at his residence. 2012 Eye st.
n.w.. ALBERT KELLER, beloved husband
of Bertha Keller, father of H. A. Bissette
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th at. n.w.. on Tuesday,
November 27. at 2 p.m. Interment Cedar
Hlil Cemetery.
KING. CHARLES E. On Saturday. Novem
ber 24, 1951. at his home, Washington
Grove. Md , CHARLES E. KING beloved
husband of the late Mary C King, father
of Mrs. Nannie K Ray. Mrs. Mabel K
Poole. J. Russel! and Charles E. King. Jr.;
brother of May A. Flook. Bessie Lusby.
J. Otis and Frank King Remains rest
ing at the Colonial Funeral Home of
Robert A. Pumphrey. Rockville. Md..
where funeral services will be held Tues
day. November 27. at 1 p.m. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick. Md.
on Saturday November 24. 1951 at
Damascus. Md HOWARD O. (PEPPERi
KING, beloved son of Eileen M and
Howard H King: brother of Kathryne
Elaine. Robert M. and Patricia Lucille
King; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. O. H
Miller and Heller W King. Mr. Pepper
rests at the Olin L. Moleswrorth's Funeral
Home. Damascus Md. Services on Tues
day. November 27. at 2 p.m at the
Damascus Methodist Church. Interment
Church cemetery.
LANE. JAMES (Todie). On Thursday. No
vember 22. 1951, at 12:55 pm., at
Gallinger Hospital. JAMES (Todiei LANE
ol 5337 James pi n.e., husband of
Elizabeth Lane, father of Helen Brooks.
He also leaves his stepmother. Mrs.
Martha Lane; one sister. Louise Lane;
,b™*h*r Wlme Lane; » half-sister.
Ethel Thompson: two grandchildren, one
son-in-law, George Brooks: three aunts;
Catherine Merealth, Martin* Tolliver
and Rosie Hickman, and other relatives
and friends. Alter 4 p.m. Monday.,
Novemoer 26. Iriends may coll at his
late residence. High mass will be offered
Tuesday. November 27. at 9 a m., at the
Church of the Incarnation. Browning pi
and Sherifl rd. n.e. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. Arrangements by Henry
S. Washington At Sons. 26
LANE, JAMES. The Church of the Incar
nation Holy Name Society will
conduct services for our late
Brother JAMES LANE at his
home. 6337 James pi. n.e.. on
Monday, November 26 1961.
at 9 D m. All Holy Name men
— are requested to be present.
RAFEAL SMITH. Secretary.
LANE. JAMES T. Bt. Thomas Command
ery No. 218, Knights ol St. John, an
nounces the death ol JAMES T. LANE.
Ritual ceremony at his late residence.
6337 James pi., n.e., this evening, Mon
day. November 26. 1951. at 8:30 o'clock.
Secretary. •
November 26. 1951. BENJAMIN J.
LANGYHER. beloved husband of Addle B
Langyher. father of Cecil R. Langyher.
brother of John H. and Charles E
Langyher. Mrs. Kate E. Shoemaker. Mrs
Lulu V. Fuller. Mrs. Elsa M. Dennis and
Mrs. Dora V. Slifer. Funeral from the
W W. Deal Funeral Home, 4812 Ga.
ave. n.w. Notice of services later.
LEAK. ROBERT H. On Monday. November
26. 1951. at the residence of his daugh
ter Mrs. Emory B. Smith, 4101 Eastern
»ve;„ Mount Rainier, Md.. ROBERT H.
LEAK, beloved husband of the late Nellie
Leak, father of Mrs. Emory B Smith
and Mrs. Howard B. Brown. Notice of
funeral later.
November 23, 1951. MAUDE W.
MATHEWSON of 1104 Belvedere blvd..
Silver Spring. Md.. mother of Daniel O.
and Bradford L. Mathewson. She is also
survived by five grandchildren. Services
*be S H. Hines Co. Funeral Home.
2901 14th st. n.w., on Tuesday. November
2,. at 10 a.m. Interment private. Life
member of the Eastern Star of Rhode
Island. og
MAXWFLL, BISHOP C. On Wednesday.
November 21. 1951, at Bladensburg. Md ,
BISHOP C. MAXWELL, son of Mary Max
well. brother of Priest. Herbert and Perry
Maxwell: uncle of Kenneth Maxwell. He
also leaves other relatives and friends.
Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis
Funeral Church. 1432 You st. n.w.. after
11 a m. Monday. November 2ti. Funeral
services on Tuesday, November 27. at
9:30 a.m. at the above funeral church.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Ailington Cemetery. 2fi*
of 435 20th st. n.w.. beloved husband ol
Mrs. Hattie Montgomery. He also is sur
vived by two brothers. Clarence and
Beaufort Montgomery; two sisters, Mary
Montgomery and Revolie Rogers, and
other relatives and friends. Remains
resting with L. E. Murray & Son, 1337
10th st. n.w. Funeral notice later. •
OTTO. EMIL E. On Friday, November
23, 1961. EMIL E. OTTO of 116 Carroll
st. s.e.. father of Arthur E. and Stanley
E. Otto; grandfather of Stanley A. Otto.
Services at Chambers' Funeral Home, 617
11th st. s.e.. on Monday. November, 26.
at 1 p.m. Interment private. Please omit
flowers. _ 26
OWEN*. ADDIE B. On Sunday. Novem
ber 25. 1951. at the Arlington Hospital,
ADDIE B. OWENS Of 2007 N. Edison
at.. Arlington, Va . beloved wife Of Wil
liam Owens, mother of Ernest Owens.
Mrs. Maude E. Lewis Earl Owens and
Mrs. Julia Wilson. She also leaves other
relatives and friends. Notice of funeral
later. Arrangements by W. Ernest Jar
vis Co. •
Sunday, November 25, 1051. at her
home. Damascus. Md„ ANNIE LOUISA
PIQUETTE. wife of the late Price
PiQuette. sister of Mrs. Ola L. Burdette
and grandmother of David Price Piquette.
Mrs. Piquette rest* at the Olin L. Moles
worth Funeral Home. Damascus, Md.,
where services will be held on Wed
nesday. November 28. at 11 ajn. Inter
ment Damascus Cemetery. 27
PORTER, LAURA. On Sunday, November
T5T7rJ?5L^JiL.£hev*rly (M<n Hospital.
LAURA PORTER, age 52 years, beloved
w-lfe of William Porter of 6301 Maple
S?' n,*„ Funeral from the People’s
Funeral Home. 614 Trumbull st. n.w., at
i. » m. Wednesday. November 28. Inter
ment Paynes Cemetery. 27*
PRATT. LOUI8 J. Suddenly, on Friday.
November 23. 1961. at Olney, Md., LOUIS
PRATT, beloved son of George Pratt,
brother of Thelma Waters. Dorothy Bry
ant, Margaret Ricks. Edith and Sylvester
Pratt. Also surviving aie nieces, nephews
and other relatives and friends. Remains
resting at the Robert L. Snowden Fu
neral Home. Rockville, Md.. after 4 p.m.
Sunday. November 25. Funeral on Mon
day, November 26. at 1 p.m.. at Mount
Zion Church. Mount Zion, Md.. the Rev.
6 A. Ball officiating. Interment church
cemetery. og
reaves. JONAH E. Of 1009 Rhode Island
ave. n.w., on November 25. 1951; hus
b*n,d of Mary E. Reaves, brother of
Walter and L. D. Reaves and George
Allen Mrs. Bailie Bridges. Remains at
Chambers’ Funeral Home. 517 11th st.
s.e., until 10 p.m. Monday, November 26.
Interment Benson. N. c.
day. November 24, 1951. THOMAS
EUGENE RHODES, husband of Ann
Theresa Rhodes and father of the late
Mrs. B. H. Bennett, Thomas Eugene
Rhodes. Jr. H. Kingston Rhodes. Mrs
Thomas H. McKeon of Detriot. Mich , R
Emmet Rhodes. Miss Dorothy M. Rhodes
and Vincent Carroll Rhodes. Friends
ma.v call at Gawler s Chapel. 1756 Penn
sylvania ave. n.w. Mass will be offered
at Holy Trinity Catholic Church on Tues
day. November 27. at 10 a m. Interment
Holy Rood Cemetery. 26
November 23. 1951. at his residence. 2108
husband of *he late Adda F. Robinett
and father of Mrs. Edna May Hodkinson.
Donald Walter Robinett. Walter Carl
Robinett. Jr.. Mrs. Charlotte Lucas and
Jack Robinett. and brother of Belmont
Robinett of Cumberland, Md Friends
may call at Gawler s Chapel. 1756 Penn
sylvania ave. n.w., where services will be
held on Tuesday. November 27, at 12
noon. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
sfLTTV?s- MAKT AUGUSTA. Departed
this life on Saturday, November 24. 1951.
at Gallinger Hospital. MARY A. SETTLES
pf 2(H Va. ave. s.e.. beloved wile ol
William Settles, devoted mother of Mrs.
Elizabeth Ford Mary. Veronica. Patricia
Ann Larry. Sterling and William Set
tles. Jr She also leaves to mourn their
loss one brother, Vincent Powell; one
step-daughter, Helen Carson, and a host
of other relatives and friends Arrange
ments by the John T. Rhlnes & Co.
Funeral Home. 901 3rd at. a.w. Notice
of funeral later.
SHAPIRO. LEE Loris. On Sunday No
v5m„b£; ln5!- LEE LOUIS SHAPIRO
of 200 Rhode Island ave. n.e . beloved
father of Celia Shapiro and brother of
David and Bernard Shapiro, and two
sisters. Mrs Garson Yaffee and Mrs
Herman Rabinowitz. Funeral services at
the Bernard Danzanslty & Son Funeral
Home. .1501 14th st n.w.. on Tuesday.
November 27. at 10:30 am. Interment
Ofohev Sholom Cemetery. The family
suggests, in lieu of flowers, contributions
may be sent to the nursing fund of the
Hebrew Home for the Aged
THOMAS. CHARLES 8. On Friday. No
rn?ibDf *' M8unt Alto Hospital.
loved husband ol Benlti M. Thomas,
fa.her of Lucille T. Dabbs. Helen T.
,t?fr‘ll McCarthy and Mary
Anne <Billie> Thomas. Funeral from the
late residence. 1218 S s.e., tn Tues
day. November 27. at 9:30 a m.; thence
1?. ®t- £*?**'• Cat^ohc Church where
mass will be offered at 10 am for the
r?p?,s^ °* ,hls *oul Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. og
THOMAS. CHARLES S. Members of Car
roll Council No. 377. Knights
of Columbus, are notified of
the death of their Brother
bers are requested to as
semble at the late home of ■
*-w ’he deceased. 218 S st
• e. on Monday. November 26. 1951, at
8 pm. for recitation of the rosary
JAMES F COLL. Grand Knight.
PAUL S. MAT8UKI. Financial Secy
THOMAS. CHARI.ES 8. Members ol Col
lins Murcoclc Post 1608. At
tention all Catholic War Vet
erans and National Guard of
Honor. Services Monday evening
at 7:45. Funeral services at
9:30 am. on Tuesday. Novem
__1 ber 27. 1951. at his late resi
dence. 1218 s st. ».e. All members
are urged to attend. 26
THOMAS. CHARLES S. Members ol Wash
tlngton General Assembly. Fourth
Degree. Knights of Columbus,
are notified of the death oi Sir:
and requested to assemble at
h,s late residence, 1218 S st.
s.e , on Monday. November 26. 1951. at
8 p m . for the recital of thg rosary.
THOMAS. CHARLES S. Members of Vin
cent B. Costello Post No. 16
of the American Legion are
notified ol the death of their
Comrade. CHARLES E
THOMAS. Legion services
conducted by the Costello
Guard will be held Monday
evening. November 26. 1951, at the
residence, 1218 S st. s e. Interment Ar
lington National Cemetery on Tuesday,
November 27. at 11 am.
FRED J. MELAUGH. Jr.. Commander.
THOMAS. CHARLES S. Washington Lodge
No, 15. B P O. Ellcs, will
.tfiWjf assemble at the late reai
gPTWjK? dence 1218 S st. s.e . on
Monday. November 26. 1951.
at 8:15 pm. to exemplify
the funeral ritual of the ,
order over the remains of .
our lale Brother CHARLES S. THOMAS
By order of _
JOSEPH G MOTYKA. Exalted Ruler.
Attest: L. M. YOUNG. Secretary. i
vember 25. 1951. at her residence. 17 11
Euclid st. n.w.. Apt. 1, MRS. EUGENIA .
V THOMAS, beloved wife ol James
Thomas and beloved mother ol Howard
C. and Theodore J. Thomas and Grace 1
B. Michel 8he also is survived by three
sisters, Lena Spencer of Jersey City.
N. J . Josephine Richmond and Mildred
Harris: two grandchildren, three great- <
grandchildren and other relatives and
friends. Remains resting with L. E.
Murray & Son. 1337 10th st. n.w. Fu
neral notice later. Family In mourning
at 939 T st. n.w. *
Sunday. November 25, 1951, GEORGE i
MELVIN TIPPETT of «40 LeBaum §t.
s.e.. beloved husband of Mary Tippett
(nee Long *. father of Catherine and Rita ,
Tippett, son of Parran and Amanda J
Tippett of Compton. Md. Friends may
call at the Robert A. Mattingly Funeral
Home 131 11th st. s.e. until Wednes- (
day, November 28. at 8:30 a m. Requiem
mass at the Assumption Church at 9 I
a m. Relatives and friends invited. 27 ,
TYMl’S, JOHN. Suddenly on Sunday. No- l
vember 25. 1951. JOHN TYMUS of 484
L st s.w. He leaves a loving step
daughter. Eleanora Buchanan; two sis
ters. Maggie Tymus and Fannie Eldnge;
one brother, William Tymus; one grand
daughter-m-law. Lulu Buchanan: six
nieces, eight nephews, two great-grand
children. many other relatives and friends.
After 4 pm. Tuesday. November 27,
friends may call at the above address.
Funeral services at 1 p.m. at the Mount
Moriah Baptist Church. 3rd and L sts.
j s.w.. Rev. J. H. Randolph officiating,
j Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
VEGA. JOSE TOMAS. On Friday. Novem
ber 23, 1951. JOSE TOMAS VEOA of
915 N. C. ave. s.e., husband of Ricarda
L. Vega, father of Miguel E. Vega, grand
father of Evelyn N. Vega. Remains at
Chambers' Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin
st. n.w. Notice of funeral later.
on Wednesday. November 21. 1951, at
her residence. 143 W st. n.w.. Apt. 401.
daughter of B/Sergt. William S. and
Clarice A. Walker and sister of Andrea
Janeen Walker. Also surviving are other
relatives and friends. Services at the
McGuire Funeral Home, 1920 9th st. n.w..
on Monday. November 26. at 3:30 p.m.
Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
November 24, 1951. at nis residence. 3161
13th st. n.w.. RAYMOND WERKHEISER.
husband of Ethel M. Werkhetser. Friends
may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th
and Massachusetts ave n.e., where serv
ices will be held on Tuesday, November
27. at 11 a.m. Interment cedar Hill
Cemetery. 26
WILSON, JAMES C. Of 1936 North Cleve
land st.. Arlington. Va . on November
24. 1951; tusband of Remedios M. Wil
son. father of Carmen 6 Ramos. Alex
ander B. Wilson and Victoria Meyers;
brother of Mrs. Bronte Reynolds and
Rupert M. Wilosn. Remains at Cham
bers' Funeral Home. 3072 M st. n.w.,
until Wednesday, November 28, at 7:30
a.m. Mass at St. Agnes Catholic Church,
N. Randolph and 21st sts.. Arlington,
Va.. at 8 a.m. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 27
vember 25. 1951. at St Elizabeths Hos
pital, ALEXANDER WRIGHT of 907 27th
st. n.w., beloved husband of Orthelia
Wright, father of Guy. William, Leonard
and Lorenzo Wright. Notice of funeral
later. Arranged by Moten Funeral Heme.
In Urmnriam
ASHBY. ALICE M. Sacred to the memory
! 01 our devoted sister and aunt. ALICE
M. ASHBY, who passed away 14 years
ago today, November 26. 1937.
Friend of truth, of soul sincere:
In action faithful, and in honor clear.
A ministering angel shall my sister be.
BLACKWELL, ADDIE V. In loving mem
ory of our dear mother, ADDIE V.
BLACKWELL. who pased away 19 years
ago today, November 26, 1932.
In memory’s lovely garden
Where remembered joy blooms lair*
Your memory, dearest mother.
Is the brightest blossom there.
lit fUmoriam
memory of my dear mother. LENA REY
NOLDS BOWERS, who died eight years
ago today, November 26. 104.1,
You are gone, but not forgotten,
Fresh my love will ever be.
For as long as there is life and memory
I will always think of thee.
God called you home, It was Hie will,
But in my heart I love you still;
Your memory lg as dear today
As in the hour you pasted away.
I love you. dear, with all my heart.
But Jesut loved you best;
He took you from this sinful world
To set your soul at rest.
It was to hard to part with you,
So hard to have you die:
But I hope some day to meet you.
Some tweet day, by and by
I cannot forget you. dear mother.
While In this world I stay;
Only God knows my feelings
Since you have passed away.
'Twas hard to break the tender cord
When love has bound the heart.
Tis hard, to hard to speak the 'ords,
“Must we forever part?”
I would sacrifice all pleasure.
Endure all pain.
If I could only clasp you
In my arms again.

BOND left us five years ago today,
November 26. 1946.
We miss you, but God knew best,
You are save in the arma of Jesus.
BOND-LAKE, 1617 N. Fulton avenue,
Baltimore 17. Md.: MRS. JEANNETTE
A. IRVIN, 1036 Drexel avenue, Atlantic
City, N. J.•_
ory of my dear wife, MARGARET C.
(MABEL) CASEY, who went away one
year ago today, November 26. 1960.
In heaven she must truly be.
DAVIN. LAWRENCE W. In memory of
our loved one. LAWRENCE W DAVIN.
who nassed away two yeara ago today.
November 26, 1949.
You are not forgotten, loved one.
Nor will you ever be;
As long as life and memory last
We will remember thee.
loving remembrance of my beloved hus
died suddenly three years ago today. No
vember 26. 1948.
I never ahall forget the day
When you to suddenly passed away.
But treasured memories, deeply mined
In my heart, you left behind.
God gave me strength to fight it.
And courage to bear the blow.
But what it meant to lose you.
No one will ever know.
Three yeara have passed and atill I
miss him;
Friends may think the wound la healed.
But they little know the sorrow
That lies In my heart concealed.
memory of our beloved son and brother.
LEONARD 8. GOLDWATER. who passed
away one year ago today, November 26,
One year ago, he’s gone from me to
where you are;
Please Lord, let him be a guiding star.
Give him Your love, guidance and care;
Some night, dear Lord, I’ll join him there.
love and affection to the memory of our
mother and grandmother. MABEL DE
LANEY GRAY, who nassed away eight
years ago today. November 26. 1943.
It was the month of November
When you quietly slipped away.
Leaving your children, who loved you
To miss you more each day.
How we miss you, mother, can't be said.
In Just a line or two;
Each day a thousand things remind us
Of the happiness we shared with you.
Please, dear God. let her know
Thai we down here do not forget;
We love and miss her so
KENDRICK. MELVIN L. In loving mem
ory of our devoted husband and father.
MELVIN L. KENDRICK, who passed away
one year ago today. November 26. 1850.
You left us very suddenly,
We couldn’t even say good-by:
We miss you very much, dear dad.
And think of you and cry.
Although we know you're happy
And watch o’er us from above.
Our thoughts are always with you.
As today we send our love.
LANAHAN. JOHN J., JR. In loving mem
ory of our belovgd son and brother.
JOHN J. LANAHAN. Jr., who passed away
two years ago today, November 28, 1848.
November brings gad memories
Of a loved one gone to rest;
You will never be forgotten
By those who loved you best.
SPARROW. ARTHUR G. In tender mem
oryoi our dear husband and father
ARTHUR G. SPARROW, who left us
lf?43 3r**r* **° t<?d*!'’ November 26
His life was gentle, and the elements
so mixed In him that nature might
stand up and say to all the world,
There was a man! '
WILLIAMS. FRANK. In loving memory j
of our devoted father. FRANK WIL
LIAMS. who left us 11 yeara ago today,
November 26. 1840.
They say time heals all sorrows
And helps us to forget;
But time so far has only proved
How much we miss him yet.
Always so true, unselfish and kind,
A few in this world his equal you'll
B J"-eathful of life that came to an end,
He died as he lived, everv one's friend
Elmer I. Carruthers,
Virginia U. Ex-Bursar
26.—Elmer Irving Carruthers, 77,
retired bursar of the Universityi
of Virginia who died Friday, was
buried here yesterday at the Uni
versity Cemetery. Services were
held at Christ Episcopal Church.
Mr. Carruthers retired in 1947
after 35 years as bursar of the
university. He also had served
10 years as city auditor in Char
lottesville and formerly was asso
ciated with the Albemarle Bank.
Born in Loudoun County, Va.,
Mr. Carruthers received a degree
in accounting from Columbian
College in the District. He was
active in the Kiwanis Club and
was a former governor and lieu
tenant governor of the organiza
tion’s Capital District.
His wife, the former Miss Ellie
Jordan of Haymarket, Va., died
m 1945.
He is survived by two sons,
Thomas Moore Carruthers of
Charlottesville and Master Sergt.
Edward J. Carruthers, USAF, now
stationed in Alaska; three sisters,
Mrs. W. O. Beasley of Virginia
Beach, Va., Mrs. Robert Connor
of Arlington, and Mrs. Pearl
George of Winchester, five grand
children and one great-grand
Melville R. Gooderham,
Uncle of Dean Acheson
iy th# Associated Press
TORONTO, Nov. 26.—Melville
Ross Gooderham, 74, president of
the Manufacturer’s Life Insurance
Co. and an uncle of Secretary of
State Dean Acheson, died in a
hospital yesterday.
A native of Toronto, he had
been president of the company
since 1935 and was a director of
the Canada Permanent Trust Co.
and the Consumer’s Gas Co.
- -
Gen. Liversedge Dies;
Hero of New Georgia,
Iwo Jima Campaigns
Brig. Gen. Harry B. Liversedge,
57, whose men raised the flag
on Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima,
died yesterday at Bethesda Naval
As a colonel,
he commanded
the famed 28th
Marine Regi
ment in the
Iwo Jima ac
Gen. Liver
sedge entered
the hospital last
September for
major surgery.
His last assign
ment was as di
rector of Marine
Corps Reserve Gen- Livened m.
at headquarters here.
Gen. Liversedge’s career as a
Marine spanned 34 years, begin
ning in World War I and ending
during the present conflict in Ko
rea. He gained famed in World
War II as leader of the 1st Marine
Raider Regiment in jungle fight
ing at New Georgia and in the
Iwo Jima capture.
Gen. Liversedge won the Navy
Cross in 1943 for his “extraordi-l
nary heroism” in the New Georgia
campaign, where he led his men
in repeated assaults against the
Won Gold Star After Iwo.
The Iwo Jlma campaign pro
duced one of the most famous pic
tures of World War n, Associated
Press Photographer Joe Rosen
thal’s photograph of the men of
the 28th's Company E raising the
Stars and Stripes atop Mount
Suribachi. The Iwo Jima action
brought Gen. Liversedge a gold
star in lieu of a second Navy Cross.
A native of Volcano, Calif.,
Gen. Liversedge was a star ath
lete at the University of California
when he enlisted as a private *in
the Marine Corps. He was com
missioned in 1918 and promoted
to first lieutenant the next year!
while serving with the 5th Brigade
in Prance.
The Liversedge name was
known to sports fans throughout
the country during the 1920s
when, as a member of the Navy,
track squads, he participated in;
the 1920 and 1924 Olympics. He
had set an inter-collegiate record
in the 16-pound shotput while at
California and he won third place
in the event in the 1920 Olympics.
On Championship Teams.
Gen. Liversedge played on a
number of championship Marine,
Corps football teams, including'
the famed Quantico teams of 19231
and 1924, at the time one of the
best-known in the Nation. Gen.
Liversedge played left tackle on
that team, which included the
famous halfback. Frank Goettke,
killed in the Pacific during World
War H. He also was a boxing
coach in China.
After a brief tour of duty with
the occupation forces in Japan in
1945, Gen. Liversedge returned to
the United States as director of j
the 12th Marine Reserve District, <
San Francisco.
In 1948 he was named assistant
division commander of the 1st
Marine Division and promoted to
brigadier general. After service
at Camp Pendleton, Calif, and on
Guam, he was named to his last
assignment here in June. 1950.
He is survived by a sister, Mrs.!
Ruette Fessel of Pine Grove, Calif.!
Funeral arrangements have not
been completed.
Dora Shubert Wolfe
NEW YORK. Nov. 26 (VP).—Mrs.
Dora Shubert Wolf, sister of The
atrical Producers Lee and J. J.
Shubert, died at her home Sat
Jacob Larus, 77
NEW YORK, Nov. 26 (VP).—Ja
cob Larus. 77, a founder and chair
man of the board of Ellay Stores,
Inc., a credit apparel chain, died
Saturday in Mount Sinai Hospital.
Killed in Crash
ST. PAUL, Nov. 26 (VP)._Ed
ward Price, 65, St. Paul, treasurer
of the Chicago & Northwestern
Railway, was killed when the' car
in which he was riding struck a
post here yesterday.
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Don Pietro Ricoldone,
Of Salesian Society
By the Associated Press
TURIN, Italy, Nov. 26.—Don
Pietro Ricaldone, 81, rector gen
eral of the Salesian Society, died
here yesterday.
Born in Mirabello Monferrato,
near here, he was ordained a
priest in Sevilla, Spain. In 1893
he was appointed a visitator of
the Salesian houses in South
America, remaining until 1911.
He was elected rector general
in 1932 and ran the entire Sale
sian organization from the Turin
mother house. The Salesian So
ciety, named for St. Francis de
Sales, is devoted to work with the
young, especially the poor, and
the education of boys to the Ro
man Catholic priesthood.
Raymond J. Cannon,
Former Congressman j
By lh« Associated Press
MILWAUKEE, Nov. 26 —Ray
mond J. Cannon, 60. one-time con
gressman. professional ball player
and criminal lawyer, died in his
sleep at his home yesterday. .
Admitted to the bar in 1913
when 22. Mr. Cannon went to
Congress in 1932 to serve three;
terms as a Democrat.
Mr. Cannon was a defense at
torney in the famous "Black Sox”
baseball scandal and still later he
was attorney and adviser of Jack
Dempsey when the latter was
A native of Ironwood, Mich.,
Mr. Cannon spent his childhood
in an orphanage and worked hisi
way through Marquette University
as an odd jobs man and baseball
pitcher. He had tryouts with
several major league clubs as a
Mr. Cannon drew a two-year
suspension from law practice in
1928 when he was accused of am
bulance chasing. During this per
iod he ran for a seat on the state
supreme court which had suspend
ed him, and although he lost, he
polled 100,000 votes.
He was the father of Civil Judge;
Robert C. Cannon of Milwaukee, j
Dr. Henry A. White,
Retired Professor
By th* Associated Press
LINCOLN. Nebr., Nov. 26.—Dr.
Henry A. White, retired professor1
of English at the University of
Nebraska, died yesterday. He
was 71.
I Dr. White had been a member
[of the university staff for 26 years
before his retirement last year,
i He was an editor of the New
Century Book of Facts and a
member of several national or
ganizations. including the Modern
Language Association of America,
the American Academy of Arts
and Letters and the Nebraska sec
tion of the Midland Authors'
Dr. Lemuel F. Smith, 78
RICHMOND, Va„ Nov. 26 (/P>.—
Dr. Lemuel F. Smith, for 33 years
professor of chemistry at Kala
mazoo College in Michigan, and
since September visiting lecturer :
at the University of Richmond, <
died of a heart attack here Sat- 1
urday night. He was 78. ]
Joh n Websfer Thomas,
Former President of
Firestone Rubber Co.
By tho Associated Press
AKRON, Ohio. Nov. 26.—John
Webster Thomas, former presi
dent and board chairman of the
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., died
at his home here last night. He
was 71 last week.
A native of nearby Tallmadge
and son of a coal miner. Mr.
Thomas had a 38-year career with
Firestone and became the firm's
president in 1932. He was ele
vated to chairman of the board
in 1942, and four years later re
tired, with Harvey Firestone, jr„
replacing him in the post.
During retirement Mr. Thomas
kept the title of honorary chair
man of the board and had an
office in the research building of
the big plant here. He served
as a consultant.
In 1945 Mr. Thomas was
awarded a gold medal by the
American Institute of Chemists
for his contributions to the syn
thetic rubber program.
In addition to his widow, he
leaves a daughter, Mrs. Joseph |
Wells, jr., of Newell, W. Va., and
four other children, all of Akron—
John W„ Robert, Mrs. B. C.
Brookhart, and Mrs. Donald LSm
Dr. Albert P. Shirkey Feted
On 20th Year in Ministry
Dr. Albert P. Shirkey, pastor of
Mount Vernon Place Methodist
Church, was honored yesterday on
his 20th anniversary as a Metho
dist minister.
Dr. Shirkey, who came to his
present charge in October, 1950,
told the congregation: “If I had
my life to live over again, I would
answer the call to the ministry_i
The ministry offers a richer op
portunity for one's life than any
pther calling.”
A native of Staunton, Va.. the
47-year-old minister is a graduate
of Randolph-Macon College, Ash
land. Va., and the Union Theologi
cal Seminary. Richmond, in 1931.
He received his doctor of divinity
degree from Trinity University.
San Antonio, Tex.
His first full-time appointment
was at Pace Memorial Methodist
Church, Richmond, in November,
1931. He subsequently served
churches in Virginia and Texas,
coming here from St. Paul's Meth
odist Church, Houston.
Clarence L. Guyman,
Ex-Fisheries Executive
By tht Associated Press
GLEN COVE. N. Y„ Nov. 26 -
Clarence L. Guyman. 62, who ran
a fleet of trawlers and pioneered
in methods of filleting and quick
freezing fish, died Saturday.
Mr. Guyman retired five years;
ago as executive vice president
and a director of the Atlantic
-oast Fisheries Co.
A native of Detroit, he was as
sociated with the Packard Motor :
7ar Co. and Mercer Motors Corp.
>efore joining the fisheries com- i
>any. d
James Solomon Schaeffer,
Virginia Tech Bandmaster
By th« Associated Press
BLACKSBURG, Va., Nov. 26.—
James Solomon Schaeffer, 63,
bandmaster of Virginia Tech's
famed “Highty-Tighties,” died yes
terday in a Roanoke hospital of a
heart ailment.
Although he had complained re
cently of pains, the only conces
sion to illness he had made was
to ride in a taxi instead of march
ing with his boys to the stadium
in Roanoke Thanksgiving Day for
the VMI-VPI football game.
He led the 110-piece band in its
maneuvers at the annual classic,
He went to a Roanoke hospital
Friday for a checkup.
A native of Blacksburg, the son
of the late Thomas Franklin
Schaeffer and Anna Laura Martin
Schaeffer, the band director hail
served VPI for 35 years. His father
also was employed by VPI and
was leader of the “Goose Creek
Boys,” as the band was known in
the early days of Tech.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Lola B. Hurt Schaeffer; a daugh
ter, Mrs. R. Bruce Prouty of Rich
mond, and a sister Mrs. Anna Lee
Bruner of Tampa, Fla.
Dr. W. Wallace Fritz, 81,
Neuropathy Specialist
By th« Associated Press
LANSDALE, Pa., Nov. 26.—Dr.
W. Wallace Fritz, 81, who organ
zed the American College of
Neuropathy here in 1908, died
Saturday in Elm Terrace Hos
A well-known physician and
neuropathy specialist. Dr. Fritz
organized the pharmaceutical de
partment at Temple University
ind was dean of the department
for three years. He also was pro
fessor of anatomy and clinical
surgery at Temple.
Dr. Fritz was graduated in med
icine in 1894 from the old Medico
11hirurgical College. He was
imong those who took the first
examination of the Pennsylvania
State Medical Board and received
nis license to practice medicine
md surgery.
George R. Rich, 74,
Spanish War Hero
By th« Associated Press
26.—George R. Rich, winner of
the Congressional Medal of Honor
in the SpanishrAmerican War.
died here yesterday. He was 74
and president of the Rich Manu
facturing Co.
Mr. Rich won the Medal of
Honor in manning the engine
room of a vessel of Santiago, Cuba,
alone for 36 hours in 120 to 140
degree temperatures during bat
Driver, 94, Cleared
Of Blame in 3-Car Crash
By tb* Associated Press
SALISBURY, Mass., Nov. 26—
Charles L. Davis, 94, of Newbury
port, the state’s oldest driver, was
cleared of any blame today for the
;hree-car accident in which he was
nvolved yesterday.
His car was one of two side
wiped by the third car.
No one was injured but one of
he other drivers was charged with
riving to endanger.
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