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BARNEft. WILLIAM (8lC.AR|, Suddenly.
Sunday. February 84. 11158. at ai.'tU p.m..
WILLIAM 'BUOARi BARNfcH of 1784 7th
at n.w He leaves to mourn their loss
his mother. Louise Turnart one brother.
James Wright: two uncles John and Ar
thur Wrack*. two aunts. Lillian Johnson
and Ida Wracks; eight cousins and many
oilier relatives and friends. After 4 pm
Friday. February 8». friends may call at
Sutene Ford * Funeral Cnapel. 18111 4 th
at, s.w.. until a p.m. Remain* will lie
in stale at Si Matthew's llapllst Church
II lift New Jersey ave * e.. until Hatur
day. March 1. where luneral service* wil
he held at I n.m Rev, Thomas J Payton
SmnetVey* *Blprmrnl U»oofi» Memorial
BARRETT, HATTIE. On Tuesday, Febru
*1i iW'f'.H1 Oallimer Hospital, hat.
TIR BARRETT, slater ol Mr* Minnie
Jenkln* and Mr* Willie Ounier Also
surviving ara three nieces, six nephews,
other relatives and many friends. After
18 noon Sunday friends are moled 10
call aCher late residence. I80!l Wylie st.
n e Funeral Monday, March !l. al I :.'lh
p m . from the McOuire Funeral Home,
Jn'J'i nth st. n.w. Interment Paynes
Cemetery. 8
BRISCOE. ELIJAH. On Saturday, Febru
ary 83. 10.VI ELIJAH BRISCOE of 4*1 O
•l a * , beloved husband of Mrs Laura
Briscoe, aon of Oeurae Briscoe. He alio
Is survived by two sisters, four brothers,
other relatives and friend; Remains may
be viewed after ft pin. Friday February
s». it Barnes At Matthews' Funeral Home,
B14 4th st. t.w. Funeral Saturday, March
1. at I pm, from the Metropollian Meth
odist Church. Pontonkey. Mri . Rev F. D
Bradford officiating. Inurment church
cemetery. 28
BROWN. BENJAMIN B. On Wednesday.
February 27. 1052. BENJAMIN B BROWN
of 1 rOd T st. n.w , husband of Deltse
Brown and devoted brother of Rosa B.
Hatton and the late Betty B Rhone and
Nannie 6. Hardy After :t p.m Friday
friends are Invited to call at the McOulre
Funeral Home, 188ft ftth st. n.w.. where
services will be held Saturday. March 1,
at 1 p.m. Interment Harmony Cemetery.
Family may be seen at 52i Harvard st.
n w. i
day. February 38. 11)65. JOHN WALTKH
EDILtN. Sr., lather ol John Walter
Edtllne. jr.. of Sliver Spring. Md.i Mra.
Dorothy V Hendricks, Ml** Hliabtwi
Edolla and Mra. Helen Nora Crouou ol
Arlington, Va.; brother of Mr Harry E
Edelln of Chevy Cha»e. Md Friend* m*y
c*ll at ttawier'* Chapel, I70n Pa ave.
n.w . where **rvlce» will be held on Satur
<i»E Mart It I. at 3 p.m. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery, 3tl
Foahall rd, n,w„ on February Ss, 1 lift5.
hutbaud of Mildred Leoia Mtrhardt. fa.
O'er ol Mr* Edward F Davl*. Ml** Rae
France* and Ml** Virginia Hoae Bhrhardl,
Remain* ai Chamber*' Funeral Home,
M at, n-w until Saturday, March
.at I p.iti 'Family rrctuetl* no flower*,)
intermtm Cedar Hill Cematery.
KfWR. JOHN... On Sunday. February 54.
1UA3. at ClHlIlnarr Hospital, JOHN EFM,
aou of the late/Rev and Mr*. R, T Eon*
and brother of Mr* Ella Mae Rronnon,
Mr* Wiimlfred Game*, Joseph William.
Roger and Cheater Epp* a hott of other
relative* and many friend* aUn lurvitre,
Rfh'klh* resting at Hnrton’a Mortuary,
1'15'J You *l, n w, Friday, February 3ft,
after n pm. where service* will be held
Saturday. March I. at I ;:m p.m , Rev, j.
I- 8 Holloman officiating. Interment tn
Payne s Cemetery. 8(1.30
ESHEROER, MAX W. On Wednesday. Feb
fU«ry 37. 1863, MAX W ESBERUER. be.
loved husband of Margaret N. Eaberaer,
father of Mr*. Hilda Rublnette, Mr*. Alice
McKenzie and Mrs Qertrude Hlckerton,
brother of Mr*. Charlotte Cain, grand,
father of Frank Robinette and Gary
H,person and uncle of Mrs. Gwendolyn
Zuch and Max Brelthaupt. Funeral serv.
iCfif..aV.the ,w- w Deal Funeral Home.
4KI, Oeorgii ave. n.w., on Saturday.
fJSVyfJ? V Jam- Relatives and
Inends invited. Interment Port Lincoln
Cemetery. og
ESBI 'iqkr, MAX W. Officer* and mem
om ol Liberty Bell Council.
No. 55; the Color Guard and
members ot the Jr. Order
United Mechanics, are re
duested to assemble at the W.
W. Deal Funeral Home, 481U
Georgia ave. n.w.. on Satur
aay March 1, 1052. at 10:30 a.m., to
RU our ute brother
* H Ba.DSyC“"S
FLOYD. THEODORE R. On Tuesday, Feb
^“*{7 70' 1952. at his residence. 1820
19th st. n.w., THEODORE R. FLOYD,
beloved husband of Mrs Veryl T. Floyd.
He also leaves other relatives and friends.
Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis
Funeral Church. 1432 You st. n.w.. from
J P.m. until X p.m. Friday. February 29.
Funeral and Interment Proctorville, N. C.
G^?„0F^0,.S-?.MUEL- of 7800 Walters
lot;: Forest1, llle. Md.. on F’ebruary 26.
fiVwlfc husband of Eleonora Oarofolo,
fo'heT of Santlno. Philip, Carmelo and
Mrh.n ^5!0,0li Mrs. Joseph Follin and
• William Tucker. Prayers at Cham
bers Funera1 Home. 517 11th st. s.e..
on Saturday. March 1. at 8:30 a.m.
Requiem mass at Mount Calvary Cath
olic Church. Forestville. Md.. at 9 a m.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 29
fh»r7 tie. 1952. LORENZO GASKINS of
2722 P st. n.w.. devoted father of Miss
Gladys Gaskins, Mrs. Helen G. Jackson,
Mrs Pauline A. Mitchell. Mrs Lucille G.
Clark and Leroy Gaskins. Also surviving
are other relatives and many friends.
From 10 a m. Friday, to 10 a.m. Saturday
friends are invited to call at his late
residence. After 11 a.m. Saturday, March
*.m '!« ln 5tate at Mount Zion
Methodist Church 2902 O st n w , where
services will be held at 1 p.m. Casket
will not be opened after service. Inter
ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Ar
rangements by McGuire, Inc. 1
BROWN. DAVID. On Monday. February
Dalf Sanitarium.
BROWN pi 5<H8 Lee st n e.. be
loved husband ol Julia Brown. He also
if,.sur''*ypd by his father, seven brothers,
nine sisters and many other relatives and
friends. After 4 p.m. Friday. February
2>ay cah «t Henry S. Wash
ington * Sons Funeral home. 40515
r JJe ,,ve Funeral Saturday. March
i-V, P,.™, ■ ,r°n> the Antioch Baptist
0,>th. and Lee sts. n.w.. Rev. J
Jnvftelf1, ?a?tor Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Greenwood, S. c.
®]l;S5E' ,J?1S1E.FH T. On February 27.
41 '• Woodberry st„ University
?•**• Md.. husband of Ellen F BUrlce.
Joseph F.. William C.. Robert
Md'ThJ^LK Burne and Mra Elizabeth
m. Tnomasson. Prayers at Chambers’
daleerSMrt °mt' 5 b'1, <2fyetand ave- Rl»er
dale. Md.. on Saturday, March 1. at
? a m. Mass at St. Jerome's Catholic
Church. Hyattsvllle, Md.. at 10 am
Interment Port Lincoln Cemetery. 29
BURKE. JOSEPH T. Members of the
Holy Name Society of 8t '
Jerome s Catholic Church, Hy
attsville. Md.. are requested
to meet at Chambers- Funeral
Home. 5801 Cleveland ave..
Riverdale. Md.. on Friday.
February 20. 1052. at 8:in
p m., lor recitation of the rosary for our
mg***, JQ8BFB T. BURKE
REV. RAYMOND CAHILL. Moderator. 29
BURKE, JOSEPH T. Members of Prince
gorges Council. No. 2800.1
Knights of Columbus, willl
meet at Chambers’ Funeral
Home Riverdale Md.. Friday.'
February 20. 1052. at 8:451
p.m.. to recite the rosary fori
the repose of the soul of!
GODDARD. HAZEL G. On Thursday. Feb-|
ruary 28. l hot:. at her residence. Clinton. I
Md.. HAZEL G. GODDARD, beloved wife i
of Jesse E. Goddard, mother of Janet,!
Jesse E.. Jr.: Charles S. and Paul God-;
dard and sister of Edna Ridgell. Bernice
Salisbury. Henry. Charles. Guy, Aubrev.
Raymond and Millard Schultz. Funeral
jr™ the above residence on Saturday,
a£J :30 pra Services at Christ
Episcopa1 Church at 2 p.m. Relatives
Hlil Ceme?ery.nV t,<*' Intermen‘ Cedar
GODWIN. GEORGE W.. JR. On Thursday.
February uh.1952. at his residence. 1.144
£ stj nue VGE?RaE w GODWIN. Jr., be
inv5.^U5fba,Kd b', Mabel S Godwin (nee
vt/roil 'J th»e.r of ¥rs Joannp B Bruce.
Mary Jane and Sarah Lyn
Godwin: son of George W. Godwin sr ;
brother of Mabel J.. Annie M. and John
M G°d»‘n. and the late Harry P. Ood
S n„ PS‘e“ds( m»y call at the Lee Funeral
?“oe'.4thw' ^nd Mass *ve. n.e.. until
mi'l. i,n sMo!ldayJ Mar.ch 3 Requiem
"1? '^Y111 b* offered at Holy Name Cath
°*£ Chtuych- nth amj K sts. n.e., at f>
a m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 2
HARRIS. SAMUEL R. On Tuesday. Febru
ary 26. 1952 at.Arlington Hospital. JaM
wEh R. HARRIS, beloved husband of
! °' 24411 South Kenwood
•}:• Arlington. Va.: brother of Jerome Har
rls, father of Mesdames Barbara Ander
H?rgaret Tu">"- Mary Boswell and
Inex Mamgum; Frances B. James O..!
Chartes B. and Richard 8 Harris. Also j
m0r.VLvl,?t arei t.*elvp arandchildren and.
many other relatives and friends. Friends
jP” '•■II at Chinn's Funeral Home, 2t»0#
South Seminary rd.. Arlington. Va.. alter
2.B!!!i.£ebJ:uary 2». Funeral services at!
St. Johns Baptist Church. Arlington. Va .
on Saturday. March 1. at 1 p m.. Rev
f «barge fiiterment In ;
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Atraniie
ments by the Ahderson Funeral Service
Brother JOSEPH T. BURKE. Mass on
Saturday. March 1. at Iti am., at St
Jerome’s Church. Hyattsville. Md
PAUL P. O DOWD. Fin. Sec.
February 27. 1952. MARY ELEANOR
CAPPS of 625 Delafield pi. n.w.. beloved ‘
Wife of Charles J. Capps and mother of
Mrs. Audrey Langston and Mr. P A
Tripp, both of Miami. Fla. She also is
survived by a sister, Mrs. Lena B. Far
row. and a brother. Mr. Frank M Alll
good Funeral services will be held at
Hysong's Funeral Home. 1300 N st. n.w.,
on Saturday. March 1. at 2 p.m. Inter
ment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 29
CAPPS. MARY’ E. Officers and members
oi Areme Chapter. No. 10. O.
E, S.. are notified of the death
of Sister MARY E CAPPS. On
February 27 1052. Eastern
8tar services will be held at
the Hysong Funeral Home.
1300 N st. n.w.. on Saturday,
j. Hi l .«JU p.m.
ERNEST L. LOVING. Secretary.
CHICK. JOSEPH E. On Thursday. Febru
ary .'8. 195". at his residence. 11M.I New
Jersey ,ve se.. JOSEPH t CHICK, the
beloved husband ot Sidney Chick. Father
of Mrs Mary E Cater. Joseph S . Charlea
E . Arthur B Walter E. and Clyde A.
Chick and brother M Frank Chick Fu
nera services at the Simmons Bros. Mi
neral Home. mn Nichols aye se.. on
Saturday. March 1. at in a m Relatives
Kmetery'** lnvlted In'erment cedar Hill
COOHILL, MILIAR M. Oh Tuesday. Feb
. - ft"1 Rs ijfflisif „i n am fiilri"
I HUM . MHaM A riSitaff aim members
,r ,*} f£n(lP »** rMnirstert m
ruarw* 'ffl "i/Is.,* . "'"I *• rfHIUf Flit
repose of „WLJ- p,*m* fu( '>*
aWwnw p,“.
f,5fifiaae« ‘he deatlT of Lt MOSES A
VpOKf , Member* will please assemble
at hu late residence, I,'inf Morris id a e ,
Ihla.eyemne, Friday, February tin. 195a,
at /:«« o’clock and join with Com
r*'1, 1,1 reoltation of prayers
*W*» 'he ritual for the repose of hts soul.
Secretary. •
iPINJAMIR. Departed this life on
Wednesday, February 'll, IBS'-', at Gal
ilnaer Hospital. BENJAMIN CREEK de
voted husband of Urace Guess Creek,
brother of Mrs Rachel Olddens, father
of Leroy Creek He also in survived by
many other relatives and friends. Re
niains may be viewed after It pm Friday
February'!9, at the Robinson Co. Funeral
Home, l.ltff Hth at, n.w , where funeral
services will he held Saturday March |,
it in m. Rev O. Dewey Robinson of
nciBllni Interment Harmony Crmetery.
R11 Wednesday, February
'it' ^ CtJSH, beloved son of
Mrs william F. Cush, brother ot Alice
Prlccl, Eileen Snyder. Elisabeth Kelly,
Nonle Raur and Gerald Cush of Wash
Ibaton b C ahd Marsatel Coswell of
Jacksonville Fla Funeral from Collins'
foberal Home, flam Hth at. n.w.. on
Monday March it al 8 Hit am Hetiulem
mass at St Thomas the Apostle Church
at 9 a m Interment Arllnatoti National
timplpf)' n
HI RR, ifEnnIF H. On Wednesday Feb
fuary ”5 Itir.'J JESSIE R. buNN if HMOl
^e'.v. n w. beioyed wife of Arthur
»UllVr "lP'hef of Charlea a, H burin
• nri Mrs Hasseltlhr b plaoil ataitil
Wolher oi John „nd Janice Dunn and
§71M sStAwi 'M ? 'fe
SrfaMHLtfj,*-' 'Mr
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4? I- Mwrele «n m on MmimI«>
MyelLfl af fi ii/ieiii ficmuieiu iiiii ' ai
w: A
fern" 8UT Sr?
raiir1’!,, i *r*U(r w. *«ron of Alameda,
Calif and a nephew Joseph Orlmee.
Funeral from her late /esufence 44111
Hth st ne., Saturday. March f, at ll.lA
a in Benuiein mass at at. Pair ck'e
P iHfiP »l Jh * rn. Relatives and friends
air, In"rr^nl ,n Mo«nt
R>*(f:8 LALRA MYRTLE. On Wednee
umm vJn£Iy a’1' »t her home,
} iirlBeKf/\AS^.(Lr „^#1L6„ Church, Va.,
yv?TLE KWLfB, wife of Wil
lem J Keeler and mother of John WII
FjR,'.. r United W«te« Army: Richard
J-1, Ronald a and Robert w
Keeler of Palls Church. Va. She also Is
Mryhed by her parents, Mr. and Mrs
I William M Smallwood of Chantilly Va
• w„Unrrt b„rr°l^ft &•"» »"d Robert Bmalj:
wood of Palls Church. Va ; John flmali
Hmn Iic,f,nrf/PW” ?or1, ¥d •nd Preston
Sf? heeshura, Va., and one ala
I iSd M , ' “nhf"P„Tlp“'h."' Acookeek.
! „.d., R/malns restlna at Pearson’s Pu
i Pafts rteff North Wa’hlnitnn st .
! Pfva nn \$d«/fa rai
Ceniete^hpalls1 chuVe^Va ,tn0r** ?"k
gWA* ^lUkiVI,aJ?d jr.Lndmoffi?r o?
Mr^ Jeaiinf Lj otfidrp rnynt>. PraVi*r«
| • Athniic” CUV fc %tk
p.rSBTWK! BTfiR!
3606 14th ST. N W
J William Lee's Sons Co,
hfffbir nt>U
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reorwory m ivftM.ju » mi inn
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p.m HeUliVffc end ---
lerment ran Lincoln Cemetery.
MCIL TIlfcOIMlHK T. Member* of Hteem
filter*' Locol Union, No am.',
A complete Funeral
Ai Low «i $95.00 Up
CO. 0432
T LEE Pimerel eervloee will
be held el Hie b H Hlnet Co.
F'unertl Home, Sllnl Mill «t.
».w — .— -
Hiftit, it a p m
JweB. "mother
iter of Luther
Prleode m*y
__il Home. 4th at.
ipd Mm eve. n.e„ when eervltee will
KnTfeU. fcSW*M “r
MeUOWEM, MATTIE P. The officer. end
i»ui r at K.JI. nv ma
gio. c. Shaffer, inc.
ordtri giro Grrepttd 6 no to 0 p.rr
Ptfht* HIM) 14tn St HW NA OHM),
•telu.tr* floral tribute** modern*
Bed Char** aceounfj (nvilid. Cltf
r jW raVTW^gfw7*'
MrMirfirsv inti
nieniDfr« 01 watninaton cen
frnnlal Chapter, No. Sit. O E.
8 . are requeued to aetemble
at the Lee funeral Home, 4lh
at, and Mata are. n e. on
frtdar. februafy Sit. iWM. at
a B m tor tbe purple nt ron
MrlXlWfl.l M/tttir, r, Ofllrer* and
REED, WILLIAM. On Wednesday. Febru
ary 27. 1952, In Freedmen's Hospital.
WILLIAM REED of 922 F st. s.w., who
lived with his cousin. Mrs. Nancy Towles.
He leaves to mourn their loss one broth
er, David Reed: ten cousins, other rela
tives and friends. Friends may view the
remains of Mr. Reed after 5 o'clock Fri
day at the Oeorge B. Clarke Funeral
Parlor. Mill Florida ave. n.c.. where fu
neral services will be held Saturday.
March 1. at 1 o'clock p.m. Interment in
Payne's Cemetery. 29*
REED, JAMES W. Members of Excelsior
Lodge, No. 5441. Grand United
Order of Odd Fellows, are hereby
notified to attend the funeral serv
ices for our departed brother,
JAMES W. REED, to be held at the
George B Clarke Funeral Home,
1416 Florida ave. n.e., on Saturday,
March 1, 19o2. at 1 p.m.
Thursday. February 28, 1952, at hts
residence. 9U8 Jackson ave.. Takoma
Park. Md.. Elder FRANK HENRY ROB
BINS. beloved father of Mabel Meinhardt
and Ruth Christman and brother of John
Robbins of Morgantown, W. Va.; Elder
W. M. Robbins. Mrs. Ada Lewellen. S. M.
Robbins and Margaret Dick. Friends
may call at the Takoma Funeral Home,
254 Carroll st., Takoma Park. D. C.
Services at the Sligo S.-D. A. Church on
Sunday March 2. at 2 p.m. Interment
Connellsville. Pa. 2
n.w.. on February 27, 1952. husband
of Elizabeth Robinson, brother of How
ard Robinson, Mrs. Laura Whithurst.
Mrs. William Contos and Mrs Clara
Almond. Services at Chambers’ Funeral
Home. 517 11th st. s.e., on Friday. Feb
ruary 29. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Wash
ington National Cemetery. 29
Thursday, February 28. 1952, at 2090
Columbia rd n.w.. OSWIN CROSBY
ROWBOTHAM. beloved husband of Ethel
C. Rowbotham. father of Mrs. Robert L. i
Stuobs of Atlanta Beach. Fla.; Miss Bar
bara C. Jones of Washington. D. C . and
William Lowell Rowbotham of Chicago, i
111.; brother of Dp. Arnold Rowbotham of
Berkeley. Calif., and Harold Rowbotham
of Glenwood Springs. Colo. Services at
the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901
14th st. n.w. on Saturday. March 1.
at 1 p.m. Interment private.
RUFF. SILAS. On Tuesday. February 26.
1952. at his residence. K17 W st. n.w..
SILAS RUFF. He Is survived by two sis
ters. one brother, two nephews, four
nieces, a host of other relatives and many
friends. Remains resting at Horton's
Mortuary. 1322 You st. n.w., where serv
ices will be held Saturday. March 1. at
11 a.m.. Bishop Royal officiating. Inter
ment Woodlawn Cemetery.
February 36. 11)63. ALEXANDER W.
RUSSELL of 1601) 30th st. s.r, the be
loved father of Mrs. Lillian R Morrow
of Las Oatos. Calif., and brother of
Mrs. Malvina Bache of Lok Angeles,
Calif.) grandfather of Mrs.Gillian C.
McCarthy and Mrs. Gloria c. Churchill.
Friends may call at the Lee Funeral
Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where
services will be held on Friday, February
30. at 1 nm. interment Concessional
Cemetery. 39
STOREY. JOHN. o» Thursday, February
3h, 11153 at hts residence, 1731 North
Barton at Arllnaton. Va , JOHN STOREY,
husband ot the late Emma Barbara Storey
8nd father of Mrs. Margaret Phfipott of
liver Spring, Md.; Mrs Emma Hopkins
ot Providence, R J.; Mrs. Fenny Butler
ot Arlington, Va.; Charles Storey of Ar
lington, Va., and Arthur Storey of Wash
ington. D C. Friends may call gt the
Ives Funeral Home, 3U17 Wilson blvd.,
Arlington, Va where funeral services will
be held on Saturday March 1, at III
a m. Interment National Memorial Park.
day. February 30, Ibfi3. at the Washing
ton Sanitarium. BESSIE MACKEY SUM
MERS of mil North Jackson st.. Arling
ton, Va beloved wife ot Von M Bum
mers. mother of Von M. Bummers, ir slid
sister of John M Mackey of Detroit,!
Mich.I Edward Mickey of Canton. N. C.;
Mrs. J. Letcher Reynolds and Miss Daisy1
fc Mackey ot Asheville. N C. Friends
may call at the Ives Funeral Home. ';al7.
Wilson blvd., Arlington, Va Funeral!
services at the Church of the Pilarim*. |
'J3nd and P Bts. n W.. oil Saturday, March
I. StJl p m Interment National Memo-1
rial Park. Falla Church, Va., Instead of
flowers, friends sre kindly asked to con
tribute to the cancet Fund. Sit
WARE, CHARLIE H, Oh Monday, February
115. tjjn'f. a( Freedmen'e Hospital, CHAH
tfk H. fVAHE of 13811 sth st, n W be
loved husband of Mrs Lena Ware father
of Mrs kilter Worlds and grandiatfiei of
Charles and Clyde Ware, Friends bisy
run ft tb» W EfftFM 3*tvis Funeral
Church, H II You st nw, after 10 am,
Friday, February 2u Funeral servnes
sa urtiay, Mart); l, at J'l ntmit, at the
Salem Baptist chureln H *t between nth
and liiih sis nw , flev h. b (Byrnes
ufflclStlns, Sela Ives an,I fi tends invited
Hifetmenl Lltteoln Memorial * emeieVy
i Site also s survived jiy sty a isnmh bireii,
five a/eaijiahdehlldren nllist rs ailves
add Trienos nemains uiav bs viewed
alter 6.pm Friday February 30, at
Baines Ai Msilliews" Fuiieral Heine, n’-i
dfit at i t Funeral Beiui'dev, March I,
At 2, RJR J. from the MetrtMMjltan Wesley
A M ,,F. Eipo Church, 0 *1 between 3nd
and did ate. a.w . Bev, u B Ooodwtn
offlciatina Intarmem Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery, 30
West Virginia ave n e , beloved father o}
Annie Anaerfon Nfliice of funeral uter.
Affenjiemenu by Oovle a. Brooka end
WILSON, NELSON. On Monday. February
35. 11153. at Ills rssldencs. listla South
Cap tnl st . NELSON WILSON Services
st the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home,
&aeoreia eve nw . on Saturday.
I. at 3 p.m Interment Oeorae
neton Memorial Cemetery.
W J'wlN^ikTSf
Hefetlte "miVbLoreuan'whafenf »PS
eurvlving are a slater, Mrs. Laura Ward:
two aunta. four uncles, other relatives
and many friends. From 13 noon to U
P.m. Sunday friends sre Invited to call
at the McOutre Funeral Home. jS30 llth
1 « i..yiereafter jwnialna will rest at
Hurry. Md. JeoulMn mas* will be ot
fa & k.c£yA\S «
Meiv/su^M 8,c'** V*
HOHtHY, MAMIE. Debirted thll life
Clinton dhe also leaves io mourn (heir
loss two aunts and a host of other rela
ruttate.i *<
ttbtjl Satuydak, Mare
Hedeefnet Fhiireh k„
jfertey ate* o* wheyej
Dr. J. R. Mohler Dies;
World Famed Scientist
And Livestock Expert
Dr. John Robbins Mohler, 78.
Internationally known scientist,
who devoted most of his life to
the development and protection of
t h e Nation's
try, died yester
day at Homeo
pathic Hospital,
D r. Mohler
retired In 1943
as head of the
Agriculture De
partment's' Bu
reau of Animal
Industry after
serving the bu
reau 46 years.
He had suf
fered a heart
ailment for sev
Dr. M*hl*r.
era! years.
As administrator, veterinarian
and pathologist, he was known
throughout the world for his work
in Federal meat inspection and
suppression of bovine tuberculosis
and cattle tick fever. He is cred
ited with saving this country’s
livestock industry by detecting the
existence of foot and mouth dis
ease in some apparently healthy
cattle shipped to the United
States. He directed the first cam-'
paign against this scourge in 1902,
as well as subsequent outbreaks.
Sponsored Disease Control.
Dr. Mohler was instrumental in
bringing about improvement in
domestic animals by genetic re
search and application of scien
tific knowledge to practical stock
breeding. Through his encourage
ment, the National Poultry Im
provement Plan was establsihed,
involving breeding and disease
control features.
Meat inspection became highly
developed under his supervision.
He helped set in motion the rigid
system of inspection that has led
consumers to take for granted the
wholesomeness of United States
inspected meat. The Nation’s
tremendous production of hogs
is possible largely through his
efforts in development of a anti
hog cholera serum.
Native of Philadelphia.
Dr. -Mohler was born in Phila
delphia and graduated from Tem
ple University and the University
of Pennsylvania. He obtained a
medical degree from Marquette
University and received honorary
doctor of science degrees from
University of Maryland and Iowa
State College.
In 1897 he began with the Bu
reau of Animal Industry as an
assistant inspector. He became
chief of the bureau in 1917.
Dr. Mohler had served as presi
dent of both the American Vet
erinary Medical Association and
the United States Livestock Sani
tary Association. In 1934 he was
elected president of the 12th In
ternational Veterinary Congress.
He was identified with various
Government health boards and
belonged to the British Royal
Academy of Medicine.
Author and Translator.
Iti 1941 he gave the Kober
Foundation leature at Georgetown
University and was presented with
a eertifloate and the foundation's
honorarium of $600. He was au
thor and translator of many seien.
tide publications,
Surviving are his widow, Mrs,
Clara M, Mohler, who he married
in i#Mf; a daughter, Mrs, Walter
C, Carroll, jr„ of Fort Him, N, <J„
atid a son, Hr William M Mohler
of MW# Nebraska avenue N W„ a
veterinarian, He also leaves a
brother, Hi William H Mohler, a
dentist, of Philadelphia, two
granddaughters and two grand
Funeral services will lie held at
II a m. Monday in the Hines fu
neral home, uboi Fourteenth street
N W. Burial will be in Hoek Creek
John Waller Edelln, 76,
Specialist In Ordnance
John Walter Edelln, Washing
ton manager of the Crucible Bteel
Co. of Araerioa for many yeare,
died yesterday In Casualty Hos
pltal, after a
week’s Illness.
He would have
been 76 today.
Mr. Edelin, a
specialist In
ordnance man
ufacture, had
been with the
steel company
for 40 years. Be
fore that, he
hHd served for
22 years with
the Navy Yard
here. He rep
resented the
Mr, Kddin.
New York steel corporation in
handling Government contracts.
Mr. Edelin, a native of Wash
ington and life-long resident of
the area, had lived in Arlington
for the past 26 years. His home
was at 2024 North Eighteenth
street. He was a charter member
of the American Society for
Metals and belonged to Hope Ma
sonic Lodge No, 20,
Surviving him are a son. John
W, Edelin, Jr„ of Silver Spring;
three daughters, Mis, Dorothy V.
Hendricks, Miss Elisabeth Ede
lin and Mrs, Helen Nora Crouch,
all of Arlington, and a brother,
Harry E, Edelin of Chevy Chase,
Funeral services will be held at
2 p.m. tomorrow in Oawler’s fu
neral home, 1756 Pensylvanla ave
nue N.W. Burial will be in Cedar
HU1 Cemetery,
In fUrmartam
ANDERAON, ALICE M. In loving memory
ol iny deer erendmother. ALICE M AN
DERSON. who entered Into eternal real
four yeare aio today. February Ml. l»4h
Clone now. dear aranrimother. le all pain.
Ood grant you quiet peace attain
I will live thanka because ol you.
Ol your love, grandmother, unaelftah and
I will njike my Hie what you wlahed It
oMlMfek. AI.FHoNMi in me to pry ol my
dear uncle. ALPHunso nRiMES, who
departed^^tjl^i file eight yeare ago. rebru
1 Ihink ol you. de»e unde.
\m> have many aid reeretai
Rites Today for Judith Kushner,
Daughter of Hospital Staff Chief
Eighteen-year-old Judith Sara
Kushner, eldest daughter of Dr.
David H. Kushner, chief of staff
at Columbia Hospital, died there
Wednesday o f
a blood disease.
Hundreds of
donors, Includ
ing members of
the Israeli Em
bassy staff, had
given their
blood to try to
save the prom
lslng young
singer, whose
music career at
the University
of Roch e st e r
was cut short
by her Illness
Mill Kuihnir.
three months ago. She died of a
type of anemia from which re
covery is rare.
Miss Kushner. an outstanding!
Hundreds to Pay Final Tribute
To Nelson Wilson Tomorrow
Hundreds of persons whom Nel
son Wilson helped and befriended
during 40 years of charity and
law practice here will throng his
funeral tomorrow to pay him final
The services will be held at 2
p m. in the Manlon funeral home,
3831 Georgia avenue N.W. The
officiating ministre will be the
Rev. Carl Koff of the First Con
gregational Church, where Mr.
Wilson was long an usher. Burial
will be in George Washington
Mr. Wilson, 70, died penniless
Monday in his home, 3836 South
Capitol street. His body was taken
to the Morgue.
But his friends did not let it
stay there. Hundreds of inquiries
flooded in, with officers of dona
tions for a proper funeral. The
District Bar Association decided to
underwrite the expenses, and
Mrs. Arthur G. Dunn,
iChurch Singer Here
Mrs. Arthur Glanville Dunn. 79,
a cnurch and concert singer here
tor many years and an active
women’s club member, died Wed
nesday night in a nursing home
here, after a year's illness.
Mrs. Dunn, wife of a retired
District Government engineer, was
the former Jessie Ray Nichols, a
native of Towanda, Pa. Wash
ington resident since 1890, she and
Mr. Dunn made their home, in
recent years, with their daughter,
Mrs. Raymond T. Pigott, 6901
Western avenue N.W.
During a singing career here of
some 25 years. Mrs. Dunn served
as soprano soloist at the Metro
politan, First and Temple Baptist
Churches, as well as other churches
in the area. She also sang in
the choir of National Baptist Me
morial Church, of which she was
a member, and belonged to the
Capitol Hill and the WashiiStton
Choral Clubs,
Mrs. Dunn had been a member
of the Petworth Women’s Club
since 1934 and of the Political
Study Club since 1936, and had
been an officer in both organic*
Besides her husband, whom she
married in 1699, and her daughter,
Mrs, Dunn is survived by a son,
Charles A, tt, Dunn, 4710 Forty*
ninth street N W„ who Is with the
United States Chamber of Com*
meree. Three atandehlldien also
survive her.
Funeral servlets will he held at
9 nifi, tomorrow in tlv« Hines
Funeral Home hun«i will he m
Hook Creek cemetery,
-■» - - — rras■
Rov, Arthur Chlchesler, 75,
St. Luke Pastor Emeritus
The Rev, Arthur Chichester, 76,
pastor emeritus of St. Luke Bap
list Church, Fourteenth and Pea
body streets N.W., died Wednes
day at his home, 1831 H street
N.E., after a five-year illness.
Mr, Chichester, a Washington
resident for 34 years, received his
theological training at the Wash
ington Baptist Seminary and
served as a pastor at Clifton, Va.
before coming to St. Luke Bap
tist Church. He was a pastor
here for 17 years until his re
tirement in 1947, when he was
named pastor emeritus of the
Mr. Chichester was active In
the Washington Baptists Minis
ters’ Conference and in the
Northern Virginia Baptist As
sociation, and he belonged to
James H. Hill Masonic Lodge. He
Is survived by his widow. Geneva,
and by 11 children and 14 grand
Funeral services will be held
Monday noon in the Second Bap
tist Church, Third and H streets
N.W. Burial will be In Lincoln
Memorial Cemetery,
Mrs. Georgia McDonald,
Former Vaudeville Star
Mrs, Georgia Miller McDonald,
a former vaudeville star and a
Washington resident since 1910,
died Wednesday in Iter home, 1741
Lanier place N.W,, after an illness
of more than a year,
Mrs, McDonald lived with her
sister, Miss Amourette Miller. The
two had once been a popular
vaudeville team, touring the major
show circuits as the Misses
Georgia and Honey Campbell.
Mrs. McDonald retired from the
theater about 1930, after 30 years
on the stage. Since then, she had
been active as an entertainer at
charitable institutions here and
for servicemen during World War
Born In Ironton, Ohio, Mrs. Mc
Donald spent her girlhood in
Huntington, W. Va., and attended
Marshall College there and the
Cincinnati Conservatory of Music.
She was the widow of John Forest
McDonald, a physician, who died
lit 1908.
Mrs. McDonald was a member
of the Republican Womens Club;
and of the First Chureh of Christ |
Scientist. Private Christian Science I
funeral services were to be held;
further today. '
student at Sldwell Friends School,
was graduated there with honors
last year and was in the midst of
her freshman year at Rochester.
A talented mezzo-soprano, she
was active in choral work at
school and at the Adas Israel
Congregation School, where she
both sang and taught. She had
attended Peabody Institute in
Baltimore in connection with her
tinging training.
Other activities included mem
bership in the Councilettes of the
Council of Jewish Women and in
Young Judae.
Miss Kushner is survived by her
parents. Dr. and Mrs, David H,
Kushner, and by two youngcg*
sisters, the Misses Jane and Delia
Funeral services were held today
in the Danzansky funeral home,
with burial in Adas Israel Ceme
friends have given flowers, even a
cemetery lot, for the man who
rarely would collect a legal fee,
although his practice was a good
Sundays would find him out at
the Blue Plains Home for the Aged
where he liked to do small things
! to cheer the residents. Friends
recalled he had a knack for mak
ing small gifts where most needed:
A sum of money, medical equip
ment, legal service or his own
overcoat. A friend once found
[him coatless in a snow storm and
; learned he had given his new over
coat away.
The Bar Association has desig
nated the following members to
serve as pallbearers at Mr. Wil
son’s funeral: James E. Artis,
Rudolph B. Behrend, Austin F.
Canfield, Joseph A. McMenamin,
S. Albert Mickler, Reuben K. Mill
stein and Leonard P. Walsh.
Dr. W. H. Norton, 63;
Physician 34 Years
At Mount Rainier
Dr. William H. Norton, 63, a
Mount Rainier physician, died
yesterday of a heart ailment at
Sibley Memorial Hospital. He
had been ill since August.
Dr. Norton, who lived at 3829
Thirty-fourth street. Mount
Rainier, had practiced 34 years
in that community. Since 1938
he maintained offices next to his
Resident Since 1908.
Born in Florence, Wash., Dr.
Norton had lived here since 1908.
A graduate of both the George
Washington University Pharma
ceutical and Medical Schools, he
Interned at Sibley. In World
War 1 he served in the Armyj
Medical Corps.
Dr. Norton Was a member of
Mount Herman Masonic Lodge
in Hyattsvllle. Huntemann-Huff
Post 110. American Legion and
the District, Maryland and Amer
ican Medical Associations, He
also belonged to the Temple Bap
tist Church,
Survived by Two Sisters,
Surviving are two sisters, Miss
Florence M, Norton of the Mount
ttainicr address and Mrs, Myrtle
A, Nlvlson of Webster, N, ¥,
„ Funeral services will be held st
8 p,m, tomorrow in the Oaseh
SRfi* H
The family lias lemiesfed that
Mislead of flowers com ribui ions
be made to the American Cancel
iContlmied From First page.)
return and its declaration of
greater dividends.
In preparation for the House
District Committee meeting, Rep
resentative Kennedy, Democrat,
of Massachusetts, conferred with
James H. Flanagan, chairman of
the Public Utilities Committee,
this morning. Mr. Kennedy is
chairman of the Public Utilities
subcommittee of the House Dis
trict Committee.
Mr, Flanagan said Mr. Ken
nedy was Interested In a review of
recent events In the transit situ
Broadwater's Letter.
Mr Broadwater’s letter follows:
"The newspapers have given a
great deal of publicity to the talk
I made on Tuesday to members of
a Board of Trade group. In the
course of reporting the talk much
of the material has been tHken
out of context or editorially mis
interpreted, As a consequence, my
complete thoughts and sugges
tions as expressed before the
Board of Trade members have
not appeared In their entirety, i
"Knowing that you and mem
bers of the District Committee
are Interested In the future of
Washington’s transit system, I
am enclosing with this letter some
copies of my address so that you
may have the advantage of the
whole text,
"May I also suggest that If you
or other members of the District
Committee so request, I will be
very happy to meet with you at
your convenience either in closed
or public session to further dis
cuss what has appeared in the
press and In my speech, Capital
Transit's problem are so complex
you can understand that even the
time I took before the Board of
Trade could only partially cover
Bays Company Has No Secrets.
"I have publlcy stated, and state
so again, that we have no secrets
In our company. What we do Is
a matter of public record. We
literally and figuratively live In a
Bold llsh bowl. All the speculation
over our activities Is hard to
understand when Informed people
know this condition to exist.
"Believe,me, 1 would welcome
any invitation you care to extend
that will aid in clarifying either l
the speech or our everyday prob
Earlier developments in the con
troversial transit situation were:
1, The company, it was learned,
18 relying on an adverse January
financial report of revenues, due J
Mrs. Emma Davis, 101;
Was Determined She
Would NeverGrowOld
Mrs. Emma Wood Davis, a
sprightly little woman who danced
at 00 and Insisted she never would
grow old, died early today at 101.
Mrs. uuvis,
who hnd lived
In neot'by Vir
ginia since 1923,
died at her
home. 113 East
street, Orove
ton. She would
have been 102
on June 25.
Known to the
nelghbo r h o o d
children whom
she dearly loved
as "grandma.
she met life M,‘ »»»'••
with zest and the spirit of youth.
“I used to see people getting
old.” she once said, “and I made
up my mind it would never hap
pen to me.” She could read with
out her glasses. Each day she
read aloud to her daughter, Miss
Mildred Lane Davis, with whom
she lived.
She counted kings and queens
as ancestors. A family tree given
to her by a relative traced the
family ancestry back to Charle
magne and included eight barons
at Runnymede, and English. Scot
tish and French royalty. Five of
her ancestors came to this country
before 1678.
Mrs. Davis until recently could
walk up and down stairs unaided
and while in her mid-90s made
trips alone to Philadelphia.
She was born in Philadelphia,
the daughter of Henry Beck and
the former Elizabeth Bonsall Cor
neau. Her husband, James
Thomas Davis, was fatally burned
in a fire in Philadelphia in 1923.
Since that time she hqd lived in
Virginia with her daughter, her
.only survivor.
Funeral services will be held at
2 p.m. tomorrow in the Cunning
|ham funeral home, Alexandria.
[Additional services will be held at
jll a.m. Monday in the Epiphany
[Episcopal Church in Philadelphia.
[Burial will be in Drexel Hill, Pa.
Coal in Telephones
SCHENECTADY. — There are
about 50,000 granules of finely
crushed coal in the mouthpiece of
each telephone instrument.
in the next few days, to convince
the Public Utilities Commission
that the recent small fare increase
(weekly passes went from $2 to
$2.10) was inadequate. The com
pany hopes to use the report to
support a campaign for still higher
2. The increased quarterly divi
dend declared by the company
yesterday necessarily will drain
off more of the company’s surplus
; because present fares will not sup
j port the new annual dividend rate
'of $1.40 a share.
Gore to Oppose Move.
H. Grady Gore of Potomac, Md.,
a Capital Transit stockholder,
said he would vigorously fight any
serious effort made to place the
utility under Government control.
Me said an inquiry had convinced
him that publicly owned trans
portation systems give poorer
service than privately operated
companies. ,
Mr, Gore, who Is a candidate
for the Mepubllcah senatorial
nomination In Maryland, was in«
atiomental in bringing together
the Broadwater Waff son Interests
and the North American Go,,
winch formerly held Hie largest
amount of Genital Transit stock
How might will be remnred from
remaining company surpins of
|more than |4 million in cover yes-|
lei day’s increase In the quarterly
dividend from 36 cents to 36 cents
a share wilt depend on how soon
the puc grants another fare in
crease. Company officials admit
ted yesterday that present earn
ings do not cover the dividend,
which Is payable April 1 to stock
holders of record March 13.
I Rates Compared.
Of the surplus $3 million can
not be distributed in dividends,
so long as the company's first and
refunding mortgage bonds are
The new annual dividend rate
Is equivalent to $5.60 a share on
old stock existing before the
4-for-l split late last year. It
contrasts with the $2 annual
dividend paid on old stock at the
time control of Capital Transit
was acquired by Louis E. Wolfson
and his associates in September,
1040, for $20 a share.
The Wolfson group later
doubled the dividend rate to $4
a share, and this became $1 a'■
share on new stock following the
split. Early last month, a ape-1
cial distribution of $2 60 a share i
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Oswin Rowbofham,
Attorney for Mine
Interests in West
Oswin C. Rowbotham, an at
torney whose clients included
Western mining Interests, died
yesterday after a long illness at
his home, 2006 Columbia road
N.W. He was 66.
Born in England, Mr. Row
botham started his legal career in
Colorado. His father and mother,
John Crosby and Margaret Horax
Rowbotham had gone to Colorado
where they bought a large ranch
before the turn of the century,
leaving their children to be edu
cated at Oxford and Cambridge.
Oswin Rowbotham attended
King Edwards’ and St. Marks’
Schools and read law at Oxford
under Sir Litchfield Meeks.
Was County Official.
He went to Colorado about 1912
and became an assistant district
attorney for a county. His father
was well-aquainted with the min
ing figures of the day. He loaned
Thomas Walsh $2,000 at the time
the miner—the father of the late
Mrs. Evalyn Walsh McLean —
was seeking a stake for the work
that led to the discovery of gold
in the Camp Bird mine. The fam
ily story is that Mr. Walsh offered
^ share in the mine to the English
rancher but that the latter re
fused it, saying the transaction
was merely a loan.
After World War I, Oswin Row
botham served under Pood Ad
ministrator Herbert Hoover as
head of the office in the St. Louis
district. Since then he had been
in private law practice in Chicago.
New' York and Washington. He
had an office in the Munsey build
ing for 15 years.
List of Survivors.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs.
Ethel C. Rowbotham, and two
step-daughters, Mrs. Robert L.
Stubbs of Atlantic Beach. Fla.,
and Miss Barbara Carrington
Jones, who lives at the Columbia
road address. He is also survived
by a son by a previous marriage,
William Lowell Rowbotham of
Chicago, four grandchildren and
two brothers. Dr. Arnold Row
botham of the University of Cali
fornia and Harold Rowbotham of
Glenwood Springs, Colo.
Services will be held at the
Hines funeral home, 2901 Four
teenth street N.W. at 1 p.m. to
morrow. Burial will be at Charles
ton, W. Va.
on new stock was taken from
surplus. It amounted to $10 a
share on old stock and, in efTect,
returned to the group half of its
original investment in the former
North American Co. holdings.
Almost Fully Returned.
However, the new owners also
received regular dividends In 1949,
1950 and 1951, amounting to
$7.50 a share on old stock, and
yesterday’s quarterly of 35 cents
was equivalent to $1.40 on old
stock. Therefore, their return
on the shares they bought for $20
each will amount to $18 90. count
ing both the special and the regu
lar declared yesterday.
The Wolfson group also has a
paper profit of around $4,0 mil
linn in the shares as a result of
market appreciation since it took
control, Mr, Wolfson reported
recently that the group held lit
per cent of the total of 000,oon
hew shares, or around 400,000,
The shares closed yesterday on
ft! eu|Jb 8*ehatt*e »ft
•1ft <» Mime, This is equivalent to
400 a share oil the old stock,
Probably a knowledge of what
a gold mine the company has
proven for the Wolfson group hss
been a major factor In persistent
pnblic criticism of company pol
icies. pm another Iras been tha
(eduction In what tha company
has termed unprofitable or un
economic services, both in tha
District and in nearby Maryland.
The company’s contention that
It has not been allowed a fair
return on the property wea
summed up In measured worde by
Mr, Broadwater on Tuesday, In
his speech that caught both offi
cial and civic leaders unawares.
Mr. Broadwater demanded that
the company be allowed a return
on its rate base of at least 7>/a
per cent and warned that other
wise Washington might as well
prepare for municipal ownership.

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