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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
Carh of (Ztyankß
tbtnlc my many friend:, relatives, nenh
bors and the United .State: Air Force of
Andrews Field for their kind expressions
of sympathy and beautiful floral tributes
at the passing of my husband. EDWARD
March 23. 1952. at Garfield Hospital.
Apartmenu. sister of the late Chief Jus
tice John Eliot Allen of Keene. N. H.
Services will be held at Oawler’s Chapel.
1756 Pa. ave. n.w.,-on Thursday. March
!?, at 3:30 p.m. Interment private. It
is requested that flowers be omitted. 2d
March 24. 1962. at his residence, 13X7
Monroe St: n.W.. NICHOLAS G. AN
THONY, beloved husband of Paulina
Anthony, beloved father of Mrs. Gertrude
Nelson Kennedy and brother of Mrs.
Knoxle Smith. Mrs. Nannie Hymon and
James Anthony. Also surviving are many
other relatives and friends. Notice of fu
neral later. Arrangements by McGuire.
Inc. 27
parted this life Monday. March 24. 1052,
at Gallinger Hosoitsi. WJnFjiLD
CHARLES ANDERSON of 4234 Banning
rd. n.e.. beloved husoand of Mrs. Annie
Anderson. He also leaves to mourn his
passing four daughters. Mrs. Charlotte
Jones. Miss Myrtle Anderson. M r s. Pearl
Yeung and Mrs. Frances Page: five sons.
Horace, Charles, jr. Paris. Keimit anc
Hlllyard Anderson; one sister* Mrs. Mil
dred Creigler; four grandchildren, two
great-grandchildren and a host of rela
tives and friends. Remains resting at
the above address after 4 p.m. Wed
nesday. March 26. where friends may
call. Funeral Thursday. March 27. at
1 p.m. from the Jones Methodist Church.
44th and Banning rds. n.e.. Rev. Ken-
Jieth Barnes officiating. Interment Wood
awn Cemetery. Arrangements by the
John T. Rhinea Co. Funeral Home. 001
3rd st. s.w. 26
day. March 25. 1952. at his home. 8
Hutton st. Oalthersburg, Md.. WILLIAM
FRANCIS BOLAND, beloved husband of
Xleanor Stout Boland, son of Mrs. Edith
Clara Welsh Boland and the late Francis
Glen Boland, father of Barbara Ann and
Buaan Carroll Boland, brother of Joseph
M. and John E. Boland of Oalthersburg,
Md.: Mary Frances Maughlin of Boyds,
Md.: Catherine L. White and Ruth J.
Singleton of Bethesdt, Md.. and Clara B.
O’Leary of Washington, D. C. Mr. Bo
land rests at Gartner's Funeral Home,
Gaithersburg. Md.. where the recitation
of the rosary will be held at 8 p.m. Wed
headay. March 26. Funeral services on
Thursday, March 27. at Bt. Martin'*
Catholic Church. Gaithersburg. Md..
where requiem mass will be said at 10
a.m. for the repose of hit aoul. Inter
ment Bt. Rose's Cemetery. Cloppers, Md.
ROLAND, WILLIAM F. Members of Mont
#gomery Council, No. 2323,
Knight sos Columbus, are re
quested to meet at the Gart
ner Funeral Horae. Gaithers
burg.- Md., on Wednesday,
March 26. 1952. at 8 o’clock
p.m.. for the recitation of the
rosary for the repose of the soul of our
late member. Brother WILLIAM F.
MARTIN J. MANNIX, Grand Knight,
f BERNARD P. DAVIS. Jr.. Fin. Sec.
BO TO, JAMES. On Tuesday, March 25,
1952. JAMES BOYD, husband of Cora
Boyd. Also surviving are his son, a
daughter, other, relatives and many
fTlends. Notice' of funeral later. Ar
rangements by McGuire. Inc. 28
BROOKS. NELLIE. On Saturday. March
22. 1952. NRLLIE BROOKS. Notice of
funeral later. Arrangements by McGuire,
Inc. 28
BRENT. WILLIE E. On Tuesday. March
25. 1952, at his residence 143 W si.
n.w.. WILLIE E. BRENT, husband of Mrs.
Corine H. Brent, father of Mrs. Roslyn
Sewell, grandfather of James Sewell,
brother of Mrs. Mary Thompson. Mrs.
Anna Ware and Mrs. Nannie Nicholson:
nephew of Robert Brent and Mrs. Mio'-te
Anderson. Other relatives and friends
also survive. After 2 D.m. ihursuay.
March 27. friends may call at Frazier's
Funeral Home. 389 R. I. ave. n.w.. where
funeral services will be held on Friday,
March 28. at 2 p.m. Interment Wood
lawn Cemetery. 27
BROWN. WALTER W. Departed this life
on Saturday. March 22. 1952, WALTER
W. BROWN of 3001 11th st. n.w.. hus
band of ErceU Brown. After 10 a.m.
Wednesday. March 2b. friends may call at
the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church.
1432 You st. n.w. Services at the above
funeral church Thursday, March 27. at
1 p.m . Rev. T. Euell Hopkins officiating.
Friends Invited. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 26*
March 23, 1952. at George Washington
University Hospital. DAISY DISHMAN
CARTER, wife of the late French Carter,
daughter of the late William and Agnes
Dishman. sister of Tinsley S. Dishman.
Other relatives and friends also survive.
After 12 neon Wednesday. March 26.
friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis
Funeral Church 1432 You st. n.w. Fu
neral services Thursday. March 27, at 11
a.m.. at the above funeral church, Rev.
J. L. Pinn officiating. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Mount Zion
Cemetery. 26*
March 25. 1952. at her residence. 422
6th st s.e., CLEMENTINE COLDER, de
voted wife of Harry Colder. She also
leaves many friends. Remains at the
Campbell Funeral Home, 423 4tb at. • w.
Notice ol funeral later. •
COLE. ELISABETH G. On Monday. March
*24. 1952. at her residence. 1203 Kenyon
St. n.w. ELIZABETH G COLE, devoted
sister of Janie Cole Bradford. Also sur
viving are other relatives and many
friends. After noon Wednesday friends
are Invited to call at her late residence.
Services Thursday. March 27. at 1:30
p.m., at the Tabor Presbyterian Church,
interment Harmony Cemetery. Arrange
ment! by McGuire. Inc. 26
COLE. ELIZABETH G. Members of the
Helping Hand Club of the Nineteenth
Street Baptist Church are requested to
attend the funeral services for our late
member, ELIZABETH G. COLE, on Thurs
day. March 27. 1952, at 1:30 p.m., at the
Tabor Presbyterian Church, 2nd and 8
ats. n.w.
COWENB, JOHN J. Os 4246 4th at. s.e.,
on March 24. 1952. husband of Estelle
D. Cowens. father of Bernard J.. John
Feul, Francis V. and Mildred L. Cowens
and Mrs. Betty A. Ladd: son of Mrs.
Nettie L. Cowens and brother of Frank
Cowens, Mrs. Mabel Villen*. Mrs. Ethel
Culver and Mrs. Nettle Alexander. Re
main* at Chambers' Funeral Home. 517;
lltb at. a.e., until Friday, March 28.1
at. 10 a.m. Services at Fort Myer
Chapel. Fort Myer. Va.. at 10:30 a.m. j
Interment Arlington National Cemetery.
March 24. 1962. at Freertmen’s Hospital.
at. Alexandria. Va.. son of James and the
late Mary Lou Douglass. Three brothers.
Ellsworth. Benjamie and Pedro Douglass;
two sisters. Althia Thompson and An
dertta. McCauley; other relatives and
friends also survive. After 4 p.m. Wed
nesday friends may call at the above
residence. Funerel and Interment Thurs
day. March 27. in Louisa County. Va.
Arrangements by the Robert Kelley Pu
ncril Home. *
DOZIER, HAROLD V. On Monday. March
24, 1952, at Oallmger Hospital, HAROLD
Y. DOZIER of 1753 A st. s.e.. husband of
Pauline Dozier, son of Mary Elisabeth
Stevenson and the late AlPhonzo Dozier,
stepeon of William Stevenson, father of
Elizabeth A.. Darrell A. and Harold V.
Dozier, jr. He also is survived by a host
•f other relatives and friends. The late
Mr. Dozier may be viewed at Stewart’s
Funeral Home. 30 H st. n.e.. after 4 p.m.
Thursday. Funeral Friday. March 28. at
1 p.m., from the People's Community
Church. 11th and O sts. n.e., Rev. O. T.
Long officiating. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 27
n.w.. on March 24. 1952. wife of Louis
J. Dupret. vice consul of French Con
aulate. Washington, D. C. Prayers at
Chambers' Funeral Home. 3072 M st.
n.w., on Thursday, Mttrch 27, at 8:30
a.m. Mass at St. Stephen's Catholic
Church 25th st. and Pa ave. n.w.. at 9
a.m. Pinal place of Interment Gueb
wiler, Haut-Rhln. France. 27
FALLON. JOSEPH A. Suddenly, on Mon
day. March 24. 1962. at his residence,
2504 10th St. n.e.. JOSEPH A. FALLON,
beloved husband of Mariam N. Fallon, la
ther of Joahn and Pat Fallon, son of
Catherine A. and the ate Andrew ,J. Fal
lon. Funeral from Collins’ Funeral Home,
3821 14th st. n.w., on Thursday. March
27. at 0:30 a.m. Requiem mass at St.
Martin s Church at 10 a.m. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. 26
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GAFFORD, MARY J. On Tuesday. March
26. 1962. at. her residence, 4302 Balti
more ave., Bladensburg, Md. ‘George
Washington House 1. MARY J. GAFFORD
(nee Stubener), beloved mother of Flor
ence I. Morgan. She.also Is survived by a
granddaughter. Marie M. Hess, and a sis
ter, Mrs. Emma E. Regan, she was the
sister ol the late Philip Stubener and
Annie Lohman. Friends may call at
Gasch's Funeral Home. HyattsviUe. Md..
where services will be held on Thursday,
March 27, at 10:16 a.m.; thence to Bt.
Jerome's Catholic Church. HyattsviUe.
Md., where mass wIU be offered at 10:30
a.m. for the repose of her soul. Rela
tives and friends Invited. Entombment
Glenwood Cemetery. 26
March 26. 1952. at his residence. 1806
D st. s.e.. ROBERT EARL GRANT, be
loved husband of Edna E. Grant, brother
of George D. Grant of Daytona Beach.
Fla. Friends may call at the Lee Fu
neral Home. 4th at. and Mass. ave. n.e.
Notice of funeral later.
GRANT. ROSE. On Wednesday. March 26.
1952. at her residence. 1223 B st. H.W..
ROSE GRANT, mother ot tin. Violet M.
David. Mrs. Luclndla Lynch of New York
City and Eric Grant nf Jamaica British
West Indies. Also surviving are a grand
daughter. Mrs. Eleanor V. Fennlx: a
great-granddaughter. Pamela R. Pinnix;
other relatives and many friends. Notice
of funeral later. Arrangement* by Mc-
Guire. Inc. 28
day. March 25. 1952, at Doctors Hospital.
Cathedral ave. n.w., husband of the late
Sarah Gibson Gwynne, brother of Mrs.
Carrie J. Proctor, brother-in-law of Misses
Martha and Isabelle Gibson of Washing
ton, D. C.. and Mrs. Rose Gibson Scott of
Berkeley. Calif; uncle of Owynne R. and
Carrey P. Proctor of California, Pa.: Har
ry W.. Charles W. and Stewart E. Proctor,
and great-uncle of Mrs. John Savage of
Washington. D. C. Friends may call at
the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass,
ave. n.e., where services will be held on
Thursday. March 27, at 2 p.m. Inter
ment Oak Hill Cemetery.
Tuesday. March 25, 1952. at his residence,
2129 North Oakland st.. Arlington. Va..
loved husband of Annie E. Hardester and
father of James A. Hardester. jr., and
Mrs. Lillie May Mason. He also Is sur
vived by one brother. John Thomas
Hardester; one sister. Mrs. Ellen Conrad,
and one niece. Mrs. Margaret Wallace.
Friends may call at the Ives Funeral
Home. 2847 Wilson blvd.. Arlington. V*.,
where funeral services will be held on
Thursday, March 27. at 2:30 p.m. Inter
ment Columbia Gardens Cemetery. 26
March 23. 1952, at Freedmen’a Hospital.
GEORGIANA B. HENRY ol 1911 2nd
st. n.w.. beloved daughter of the late
Benjamin and EUen Browne. She also
Is survived by two brothers. Samuel A.
and Benjamin F. Browne: many nieces,
nephews ana friends. After 12 noon
Thursday, March 27. friends may call
at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church,
1432 You st. n.w. Funeral services Fri
day. March 28. at 1 p.m.. at the People’s
Congregational church, 628 M st. n.w..
Rev. A. F. Elmes officiating. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Lincoln
Memorial Cemetery. 27*
SENRY, GEORGIANA B. Officer* and
f members of Columbia Temple.
No. 422, I. B. P. O. E. of W.,
held a session of sorrow Mon
day. March 24. 1952. for their
late financial secretary, Daugh
Elks’ services will be held Thurs
day. March 27, at 8 p.m., at the W.
Ernest Jarvis Funeral Home. 1432 You st.
n.w. Funeral Friday. March 28, at 1
p.m., from the People’s Congregational
Church. M st. between Hth and 7th ats.
n.w. ELDORA LANG. Daughter Ruler.
BLONGE W. HAWKINS, Asst. Fin. See.
IIGH. GERALDINE. On Tuesday. March
25, 1952, GERALDINE HIGH, infant
daughter of Lester and Frelda High.
Friends may call at the Malvan ic Schey
Funeral Home, N. J. ave. and R st. n.w.,
where services will be held Thursday.
March 27, at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln
Memorial Cemetery. *
March 24. 1952. at Children's Hospital,
JOHN CARLIN HILE. Jr., beloved son of
John C. and Terry Hile of 700 Washing
ton ave.. Falls Church. Va.: grandson of
Joseph and Agnes Flood of HyattsviUe,
Md., and Henry and Maude Hile of Alex
andria. Va. Funeral from the W. E.
Fitzgerald Funeral Home. Arlington, Va.,
on Thursday. March 27, at 3 p.m. Inter
ment St. Mary's Cemetery, Alexandria,
IOUGH. LULU. On Tuesday. March 25.
1952, at her residence, 4523 Wilson blvd.,
Arlington. Va.. LULU HOUGH, beloved
wife of the late Robert Bernard Hough
"and mother ol Stanley P. and Robert A.
Hough. Mrs. Ruth Leigh. Mrs. Virginia
Wooldridge and Mrs. Dorothy Darr. She
also is survived by one brother, Henry
Palmer: tw6 sisters. Mrs. Mae Rickard
and Mrs. Ada Shumaker; eighteen grand
children and eight great-grandchildren.
Friends may call at the Ives Funeral
Home, 2847 Wilson blvd.. Arlington, Va.,
where funeral services will be held on
Friday. March 28. at 11 i.m. Interment
Columbia Gardens Cemetery. 27
iL’FF, EDITH. On Monday. March 24,
1952, EDITH HUFF of 1212 6th st. n.w..
wile ol Alonza Huff, daughter of George
Tnqpipson, Clara Franklin. Marie Hilton,
Alberta , Smallwood, Delores Williams,
Edna Bowman of Los Angeles, Calif., and
Myrtle Latimer of Pittsburgh. Pa. Other
relatives and friends alyo survive.
Friends may call at the Malvan & Schey
Funeral Home. 424 R at. n.w., after 4
p.m. Thursday, where funeral services
will be held Friday, March 28, at 10 a^ra.
IACOBS. JOSEPH. On Sunday, March 23,
1052, at Emergency Hospital. JOSEPH
JACOBS of 121 R st. n.e., beloved hus
band ol Marietta Jacobs, father of Corbin
Jacobs and Frances Brown, grandfather
of Milton Robinson, brother of Marie Cur
tis, Ellen Miller. Mary Carroll. George
and Albert Jacobs. He also leaves a host
ol other relatives and friends. Remains
at his late residence after 6 p.m. Wednes
day. March 26. Requiem mass at the
Epiphany Catholic Church, 2712 Dumbar
ton ave. n.w., Thursday, March 27, at
9:30 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
tery. Arrangements by W. Ernest Jarvis
Co., Inc. *
IONES. NEWTON E. On Sunday. March
23. 1962. NEWTON E. JONES, beloved
son ot Mr. and Mrs. Newton 8. Jones,
brother ol Nancy, Judith, Charles. John
and Mitchell Jones. Funeral Irom the W.
W. Deal Funeral Home. 816 H st. n.e., on
Thursday. March 27, a: 2 p.m. Relatives
and friends <nvlted. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. 26
IONES. WILLIAM L. On Monday, March
24. 1962, WILLIAM L. JONES, beloved
husband ol Mary G. Jones, brother of
Mrs. Anna Forsythe and Mrs. Margaret
Murphy. Funeral irom the W. W. Deal
Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w.,
on Thursday. March 27, at 10 a.m. Rel
atives and Meads Invited. Interment in
lount Olivet C. i..c.ery, 25
March 24. 1952, at Providence Hospital,
CATHERINE E. KEENE of 6762 2nd at.
s.e., Temple Hills, Md., beloved mother of
Charles A. Keene. Funeral from the
James T. Ryan Funeral Home. 317 Pa.
ave. i.e.. on Thursday. March 27, at 0:30
a.m. Requiem mass at St. Ignatius’
Church. Oxon Hill. Md., at 10 a.m. Rel
atives and friends Invited. Interment St.
John's Cemetery. Long Island, N. Y.
Please omit flowers.
KING. DR. HUBERT L On Tuesday.
March 25. 1952. at Garfield Memorial
Hospital. Dr. HUBERT L. KING of 7423
Blair rd. n.w., beloved husband of Lena
K father of Hubert G. King and
er of Preston C. King. Also sur
viving are two grandchildren and one
great-grandchild. Remains resting at
the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Funeral Home
of Robert A. Pumnhrey, Bethesda. Md..
where services will be held on Thurs
day. March 27. at 12 noon. Interment
March 22. 1962 at her residence..24l
10th »t. n.e.. MARGARET L. LAWRENCE,
beloved wile of James H. Lawrence and
sifter of Mrs. Mary E. Tate, Mrs. Julia
A. Meredith and Mrs. Gertrude M. Lewis
Also surviving are three nieces. Miss
Mary Hilda Middleton. Miss Julia
Eleanora Brown. Miss Shirley Aon Mere
dith; many other relatives and friends.
After 3 p.m. Tuesday. Marach 25, friends
are invited to call at the McGuire Fu
neral Home. 1820 9th st. n.w. Servicei
Wednesday. March 26. at 1 p.m. at
Shiloh Methodist Church. Newtourg. Md.
Interment Shiloh Cemetery. I 26
LE RUFFE, LEON A. On Wednesday,
March 20. 1952, LEON A. LE BUFFE of
2524 Forest Glen rd.. Silver Spring, Md.,
beloved husband of Adelaide Garvey Le
Bufle, father of Mrs. Frances Howland,
Mrs. Adele Gregos and Leon A. Le Bufie;
brother of Rev. Francis P. Le Buffe. 8. J..
of New York, Sister Clotilda, S. N. D„
of New York, and Sister Francis Agnes,
S. N. of Illinois Remains resting at
Collins’ Funeral Home. 3821 14Ui st. n.w.
Requiem mass at St. John the Evangelist
Church. Forest” Glen. Md., on Saturday.
March 29. at 9 a.m. Interment Forest
Oien Cemetery. 28
I LUCAS, ROT. On Sunday. March 23.
I 1952. at his residence. 241 Florida ave.
I n.w.. ROY LUCAS- devoted hutoand oi
; Mrs. Julia Lucas, father of Clara Thomas,
i Anna. Gertrude and Elizabeth Lee Lueas;
i trandiather of Eugene Robert Washing
ton. brother of Austin Brooks of Lin
coln, Va. Other relatives and -friends
also survive. Friends may can at the
Malvan A- Schey Funeral Home. 484 R st.
n.w., alter 4 mm. Wednesday. Funeral
and interment Lincoln. Va., Thursday,
March 21. at 12 noon. ( •
LUCAS. ROY. The officers jand. members
*of Morning Star Lodge. No. 40.
1. B. P. O. I. of W., are re
quested to meet in a session cf
sorrow for our late brother,
ROY LUCAS, at the home. 1536
15th st. n.w. on Wednesday,
March 26. 1952. at 8 o'clock
p.m. Funeral and interment at Lincoln.
V«.. Thursday. March 27, at 12 o’clock
ROBERT F. PLUMMER, Exalted Ruler.
! 2S&
MERIAM of. 10225 Montgomery are.,
1 Kensington. Md., husband of Anne
' Meriam and father of Miss Anne W.
Meriam of Rotterdam. Holland; Mrs. 3.
H. Scham of Berwick. Pa.; Mrs. K. a.
> Brown of London, England, and Miss
i Sarah 6. Meriam. Mr. Meriam rests at
the Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home.
8434 Georgia ave., Silver Spring. Md.,
r where services will be held on Thursday.
- March 27. at 2 p.m. Interment Rockville
’• Union Cemetery. In preference of flow
. ere. empathy may be expressed by send
t leg tributes to the National Cancer
Foundation. 26
MILES. WILLIAM J. Departed this life on
husband of Vlrgie Miles -and father of
Mrs. Elsie Drew. Howard Miles. Mrs. Mil
dred Hood. Joseph Miles. Mias Loretta
Miles. Barrington Miles. Roland Miles.
Mrs. Jean Hale. Mrs. Alfreds Rea vis and
Lao Miles. Three brothers, four sisters,
twenty-two grandchildren and a host of
wher relatives and friends also survive.
Remains may be viewed after 12 o’clock
Wednesday at 1224 Walter at. g.e. Sol
emn high requiem mass will be offered at
St. Cyprtanls Church. 13th and C sts. s.e.,
on Thursday, March 27. at 10 a.m. In
terment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Ar
rangements by the George L. Better Fu
neral Home. *
BILES, WILLIAM. Members of the Knights
of St. Augustine Commander?. No. 2, art
hereby notified to assemble at St.
Cyprian’s Church Thursday, March 27.
1902. at 10 a.m.. to attend the funeral
of our late brother. WILLIAM MILKS.
Remains resting at 1294 Walter st. s.e.
FRA£K GARNER, secretary.
MILES. WILLIAM. Members of the Will
ing Helpers’ Society are hereby notified
of the death of WILLIAM MILES, on
Monday. March 24. 1952. Funeral Thurs
day, March 27, 1962. at 10 a.m., from
Bt. Cyprian’* Catholic Church, 13th and
C sts. s.e.
„ ' JMEPHINE BUTLIR, Praaldeflfc
MITCHELL. KATE L. On Tuesday. March
25, 1052, at her residence, the Alban
Towers. 3700 Mass. ave. n.w.. Mias KATE
h. MITCHELL, beloved daughter of the
late Rev. Walter and Mrs. Susan Mitchell
and sister ot the late Mary Thomas Miteh
ell. Friends may call at the Birch Fu
neral Home, 3034 M st. n.w. Funeral
services will be held at Bt. Alban's Church
on Thursday. March 27, at XI am. In
terment Charlotte Hall, Md.
New York ave., on March 26. 1962. broth
er of Florence M. Mosheuvel, father of
Mrs. S. E. Sebasttn and Mrs. Lawrence
Bogeman. Services at Chambers’ Funeral
Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w., Prldsy,
March 28, at 2:30 p.m. Interment Con
gressional. 27
Monday. March 241 1952, at Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital. Los Angelas. Calif., in
and daughter of the late Morris and Betty
Wolf Kaufmann; mother of Marshall
Mundhelm of New York and Mrs. Norman
Oerstenfeld of Washington. D. C. She
also is survived oy one sister. Martha
Kaufmann Wolf; two brothers. Edgar J.
Kaufmann and Oliver M. Kaufmann of
Pittsburgh, Pa„ and tlx grandchildren.
Ifimeral services will be held Thursday.
March 27, at Temple Emanu-El, New York
City. Interment Washington Hebrew
Congregation Cemetery. Graveside serv
ices strictly private, for immediate family.
• 27
day, March 24. 1952, at his residence,
Landover, Md., beloved husband of Anule
M. Nalley (nee Beall), father of Reginald
L. and Ivor L. Nalley and Catherine Ray
mond. He also is survived by four sis
ters, Louise McGovern. Elizabeth E., Edna
M. and Magdalina Nalley, and four grand
children. Services at Gasch's Funeral
Home. HyattsviUe. Md., on Thursday,
March 27. at 9:30 a.m.; thence to St.
Margaret’s Catholic Church. Seat Pleas
ant. Md., where mags wUI be offered at
10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
NALLEY, FLOYD F. On Monday, March
24, 1952, at his home, in
Landover, Md.. FLOYD F.
/rCTWV NALLEY. The Holy Name 8o-
M ciety will recite the rosary
Wednesday, March 26. at 9
p.m.. at Oasch's Funeral
Horn#, 2739 Baltimore ave..
HyattsviUe, Md. Requiem mass at 10
a.m. Thursday, March 27. at St. Mar
garet’s Church. Seat Pleasant, Md.
PANAGAKOS. LOUIS. On Tuesday. March
25. 1052, at his residence, 2820 Bellevue
ter. n.w., LOUIS PANAGAKOS, beloved
husband of Stamata Panagakos. father of
Peter Panagakos and Evelyn Chains. Re
mins resting at the S. H. Hines Co. Fu
neral Home. 2901 14th it. n.w. Services
on Thursday, March 27. at 2 p.m., at Bt.
Sophia's Greek Orthodox Church. 1103
Bth st. n.w. Interment Port Lincoln
PANAGAKOS, LOUIS. All members Os
Washington Chapter. No. 31;
of the Order of Ahepa. are
requested to be present at
V\\vi?k4vv> the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral
WtSStLvZs Hwa «' 3901 14th st. n.w.,
on Wednesday, March 26,
1052. at 8:30 p.m., for the
purpose of conducting serv
ices for our lata departed brother, LOUIS
JOHN J. CHARUHAS, Secretary.
March 24. 1962, at Providence Hospital.
BERNARD H. PATTON, beloved husband
of Prances Kaiser Patton, father of Wil
11am B. and Robert P. Patton, brother of
Mrs. Eulala Rosensteln of Baltimore. Md.
Funeral fro his late residence, 2327
33rd st. a.e.. on Thursday. March 27.- at
9:30 a.m. Requiem mass at St. Francis
Xavier’s Church at 10 a.m. Relatives
ana friends invited. Interment Cedar HiU
Cemetery. 26
feILEY. FRANK A. Os 1116 4th st. s.w..
on March 2*. <962, husband of Marie
V. Riley, stepfather of Mrs. Annie Blak
ley and foster father of Mrs. Frances
Swann. Services at Chambers' Funeral
Home. 617 llth st. s.e., on Thursday,
March 27. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Ar
lington National Cemetery.
Tuesday. March 25, 1952. at Prince
Georges Hospital. Cheverly. Md.. PETER
RODENHAUSER of Mltchellsville. Md..
beloved husband of Martha Rodenhauser
and brother of Elsie Rodenhauser, Hilda
Stewart. William, Adolph and Erwin Ro
denhauser. He also is survived by a sis
ter-in-law. Lisette Nelnhardt, and g
brotherin-law. Adolph Nelnhardt. Serv
ices at Oasch's Funeral Home. HyattsviUe,
Md., on Friday. March 28. at 2 p.m. Rel
atives and friends invited. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 27
March 24. 1962. at her residence, 3041
Sedgwick st. n.w.. Miss ROSALIE A.
ROBINETTE. She Is survived by a
brother, Leonard H. B. Robinette, and a
sister. Mrs. Mary Robinette Edaerton.
Memorial services will be held at the Lee
Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave.
n.e., on Wednesday, March 26. at 7 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, please contribute to
the Damon Runyon Cancer Fund. 26
ROBINSON. ADDIE L. Suddenly on Sun
day. March 23. 1952. ADDIE L. ROB
INSON. 612% N st. n.w., wile of Nate
Robinson, mother of Mattie, James.
Mamie, FrankUn. Emmarle. WiUle and
Elnora Robinson: daughter of Mrs. Mary
Faison: sister of Mrs. Mildred Hender
son, Bernice Cooper. Letltia Brawner.
Eva Scott. Bertha Smith. Marie Rowe
and Cyrus and Jerry Faison. After 12
noon Thursday. March 27. and until 9
a.m. Friday, March 28, friends may call
at the Carver Memorial Funeral Home,
29-31 H st. n.w.; thereafter at the
Bible Way Church. 1130 New Jersey ave.
n.w., where funeral servlets will be held
at 1 p.m. Interment Woodlawn Ceme
tery. 27*
SCHOLLEB. CLARA M. Suddenly, on
Tuesday. March 25, 1952, at Sibley Hos v
pital, CLARA M. SCHOLLER (nee Borg>
maul of 3725 12th st. n.e.. beloved wife
of Frank A. Scholler, mother of Mrs.
Alma Jean Edens, erandmother of Don
ald Edens, sister of Mrs. Fred Denner
and Mrs. Charles Ebert, oolh of In
dianapolis. Ind., and Mrs. William Bohne
ol Washington. D. C. Funeral from the
Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home, 3831
Georgia ave. n.w., on Saturday, March
29, at 8:30 a.m. Reautem mast at St.
Anthony’s Church. I2th and Monroe sts.
n.e.. at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cem
etery. 28
21. 1962. at Gallinger Hospital, BEN
JAMIN SHIELDS, husband ol Mabel
Shields, father of Margaret Shields. He
also Is survived by other relatives and
friends. The late Mr. Shields may be
viewed at Stewart’s Funeral Home. 30 H
st. n.e.. after 4 p.m. Wednesday, where
services will be held Thursday, March 27.
at 10 a.m. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. 26
day, March 25. 1052, at her home, 5202
Glenwood rd.. Betheada. Md., ANNE
CECELIA SMITHSON, beloved wife of
George O. Smithson, mother of Joan H.
and Frederick G. Smithson and sister
of Mary. Edith and Louis Bchroel. Re
mains resting at the Bethesda-Chevy
Chase Funeral Home of Robert A. Pwm-
Phrey, Bethesda, Md. Notice of services
STYLES, IRENE. On Tuesday. MarclT2s,
1062. IRENE STYLES of 4330 Polk at.
n.e., devoted write of Jermlah Styles,
mother of Howard. William. Jack. Jerry,
Barbour. Geraldine, Mary and Patricia
Style*, and Phylla Payne. She grandchil
dren, one great-grandchild, other rela
tives and many friends also survive. No
tice of funeral later. Arrangement* by
Malvan & Schey. Inc. *
urday, March 22, 1952. GEORGE W.
SUMMEBFIELD of 1324 Irving st. n.w..
lather ot Mrs. Gertrude Evans and
brother of Mis* Lotto SummersHd and
Mrs. Mabel Baldwin. Also aurvlvfcg are
other relatives and many friends. After
11 a.m. Wednesday friend* are invited to
call at his late residence. Reauiem mass
will bo offered Thursday. March 27. st 9
a.m. at Sacred eHart Catholic Church.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery.
Arrangements by McGuire. Ine. 26
THATCHER, LEIGH. On Sunday, March
23. 1952. LEIGH THATCHER, beloved
brother of Mary Thatcher, uncle of Ann
E. Wilson and Fentress Williams. Fu
neral from the W. W. Deal Funeral
Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w.. on Thurs
day. March 27. at 1 p.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Glenwood
March 24- 1952. at Garfield Hospital,
Allutlan ave., Rockville. Md., husband of
Frances Lyles Thompson, son of James W.
and Katherine M. Thompson and brother
of Mrs. Kathryn Hargett. Raymond E..
Gilbert B. and Paul W. Thompson. Mr.
Thompson rests at the Warner E. Pum
phrey Funeral Home. 8434 Georgia ave..
: Silver Spring. Md., where prayers will be
said on Thursday, March 27, at 8:»«
a.m.; thence to St. John’s Catholic
Church. Forest Glen, Md.. where meal
' will be offered at 9 am. tor the repose
' of hi* souL Interment church cemetery.
WALKER. FRANK K. On Monday. March
24, 1952. at hfa residence. 409 61st ave.,
Capitol Height*. Md.. FRANK X
WALKER, beloved husband of Ottilia J
> Walker, father of Mr*. Helga Miller. Mrs
I Doris Schweltser. Miss Clara Walker
, Howard K.. Bidney A. and Frank E
i Walker, Jr; brother of Mrs. C M Boze
. wag and Mrs. Ed BoMer. Sendees at
. the H. H. Hines Co. PuMral Home. 2901
14th st. n.w.. on Thursday. March 37. a<
i 2 am. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery
[ 26
. WALKER. JANE E. On Wednesday. Marc!
: 26. 1952. JANE E. WALKER, wife o:
. /Frederick R. Walker, beloved mother o:
8 Mrs. Kathryn C. Holzbelerlein and aun
- ot Joseph F. Cooksey. Funeral from th<
• W. W. Deal Funeral Home. 4613 Geortii
r ave. n.w. Notice of time of service
Dr. Hubert King Dies; 1
Prominent Dentist 1
Here for 50 Years i
Dr. Hubert L. King, 79, a prom- 1
inent dentist in Washington for.
50 years, died yesterday in Gar- ]
field Hospital after a brief illness. 1
During his long career. Dr. King (
numbered among his patients and 1
friends vice prejfdents, cabinet s
officers and maV other persons 3
prominent in CaHal life. Among f
the first dentists here to establish
a complete dentfel clinic, he main- I
tained offices for many years in i
the Carry Building at Fifteenth i
and K streets N.W. He retired t
in 1945. i
Active as a sportsman in his 1
younger days,' Dr. King owned a «
number of fine trotters mid pacers, 1
which he raced at the old Bright- i
wood Driving Club and at other
local tracks. He became bo 1
quainted with President Theodore J
Roosevelt through occasions when 1
the two horse-lovers were riding J
in Rock Creek Park. \
A native of Washington, Dr.
King attended local schools and
was graduated in dentistry from ’
Columbian College, now George
Washington University in 1895.
He was active in civic, dental and
fraternal affairs here for a num- I
ber of years until poor health
curtailed his activities.
Dr. King lived at 7423 Blair I
road N.W. He is survived by
his widow, Lena Devine King; a
son, Hubert G. King, a Washing- >
ton attorney who lives at the 1
Blair road address; a brother, 1
Preston C. King, Potomac, Md., 1
and two grandchildren. Mrs. Wil
liam W. Waller and M. Graham 1
King, both of Washington.
Funeral services will be held j
tomorrow noon in the Robert 1
Pumphrey funeral home in Be
thesda. Burial in Congressional -
Cemetery will be private.
Charles H. Kraft, Retired
Food Firm Official
Sy Hu Associated Press
CHICAGO, Mar. 26.—Charles H.
Kraft, 71. an official of the Kraft
Foods Co. for 40 years before his
retirement in 1945, died yestAday 1
at his home in suburban Wilmette. ■
Mr. Kraft joined the company :
in 1906 and became a vice presi- j
dent in 1921. At various times
he directed engineering, purchas- !
ing and budgeting. At his retire- :
ment he was head of production. 1
The company was founded by his i
brother, James L. Kraft, board 1
Chairman emeritus.
Other survivors Include his
widow, Martha, three sons and
two daughters. Funeral services
will be held Friday in suburban
Itt JHemortam
BRADFORD, FLORENCE. In lovlnt mem*
6e*r mother, FLORENCE
BRADFORD, who departed this life
,Mrl *«° today, March 26,
1930. •
Twenty-two years have passed sway.
Another sun has set.
And still I live and lone for you.
How can I ever fortet.
SON. »
DAVIS, MARY 8. In memory of my dear
mother. MARY S. DAVIS, who left ma one
year ago today, March 26. 1961.
Yon aro cone, but not forsotten.
Fresh my love will ever be.
For as lona as there is life and memory,
I will always think of theo.
God called you home, It was HU will,
But in my heart I, love you still;
Your memory U as dear today
As in the hour you passed away.
I loved you, dear, with all my heart.
But Jesus loved you best;
He took you Irom this sinful world
To set your soul at rest.
It was so hard to part from you,
So hard to see you die: _
But I hope some day to meet you, 9
Some sweet day. by and by.
I cannot forcet you. dear mother.
While In this world I stay;
Only God knows my feelints
Since you have passed away.
Twas hard to break the tender cord.
When love had bound the heart;
Tl» hard, so hard, to speak the words.
Must we forever part.
I would sacrifice all pleaauro,
Endure all pain.
If I could only clasp you
my dear mother, BUSIB GRIGSBY DUN- i
CAN, who passed away thirty-three rears
ago today. March 26. 1919.
Somehow I know that you are near
To share my lonely hours.
And In my heart there blossoms, dear,
Love's own immortal flowers.
U memory of our dearly beloved husband
* and lather. GEORGE NATHANIEL
GWYNN, who departed this life fifteen
years ago today. March 26. 1937.
Loved in life, remembered in death.
, HOLMES. IDA E. In loving memory ol the
late Mrs. IDA S. HOLMES, who passed
away one year ago today, March 26, 1961.
i She left a beautiful memory,
A sorrow too great to be told;
But to us who loved and lost ber,
: Her memory will never grow old.
t HOLMES. IDA E. A tribute of love and
devotion to the memory of our beloved
I sister. IDA E. HOLMES, who passed away
one year ago today, March 26, 1961.
, You left a beautiful memory.
[ A sorrow too great to be told;
But to us who loved and lost you.
Your memory will never grow old.
: JONES, lizzie. In loving memory of our
5 dear mother and grandmother, LIZZIE
[ JONES, who departed this life eight yaars
. ago today. March 26, 1944.
r The world may change from year to year
1 And friends from day to day.
' But never will the one we loved
' From memory pass away.
’ memories I pay tribute to my friend.
; thirty-three years ago. Mareh 26. 1919.
i To know her was to love her.
* * LOUISE. »
■ felt memory of our dearest one. DOR
' OTHY E. POOLE, who passed away four
teen years ago today. March 26. 1938.
" It the tears at the time that are
Which tells of the hearts that are
But the silent tears in after rears
I And remembrance silently spoken.
s BUTTES, ETHEL A. In sad but loving
p memory of our beloved wife and mother,
i. ETHEL A. RUTTER, who departed this
life one year ago today. March 26, 1961.
Somewhere back of the sunset.
!i Away from the world of strife,
d Our loved one Is sweetly resting
n In thet land where there Is no night.
: And we who knew and loved her.
J Whose passing has brought sad tears,
- Will cherish her memory always,
2 To brighten the drifting years.
, UKUTTEB. ETHEL A. In loving memory of
•f my dear mother. ETHEL A. RUTTER.
whom God called home on* year ago
* today. March 26. 1951.
r You left a beautiful memory.
j A sorrow too great to be told;
But to me who loved and lost you.
r'. Your memory will never grow old.
My thoughts ot you will never fade,
When all the years have flown.
* Your memory as ’he brightest star
0 WUI always Ught my home.
, memory of my dear husband. CLARENCE
R. SHEAFFER. 8r„ who departed tUs
. life six years ago Mai, Mareh 26, 1946.
6 There’s a sad but sweet remembrance,
* There’s a memoir fond and true;
t‘ There’s a token of affection, dear.
And a heartache still for you.
i- ory of our beloved dad. CLARENCE R.
it SHEAFFER. Sr., who passed away six
'I years ago today. Mareh 26, 1946.
Today recall*. the memory
r ' Os the loved one laid to Mat.
h And those who think of you today
j. Are the ones who loved you best,
it Dear daddy, you are not lorgotten.
it Though on earth you are no morot
le Still In memory you are With us,
la As you always were aefore.
Mrs. Mary S. Gafford, 76, ,
Owner of Historic House !
Mrs. Mary Stubener Gafford,
76. owner of Bladensburg’s famous
George Washington House, died
there yesterday after a six-month <
illness. 1
The historic house, dating from 1
1732, was the Indian Queen.
tavern of Colonial times, and
George Washington once stopped
there. Mrs. Gafford had owned 1
and lived in the house for 53 i
yean, operating a tourist home,
and a tavern there.
Mrs. Gafford, a native of Wash
ington, -was the oldest of four
generations of her family living 1
in the house-. She leaves a daugh- 1
ter, Mrs. Florence X, Morgan; a ]
granddaughter, Mrs. Marie M. *
Hess, and a great grandson. Also
surviving her is a sister, Mis. ]
Emma E. Regan of 4416 Baltl- i
m6re avenue. Bladensburg. j
Requiem mass will be held for
her at 10:30 a.m. t tomorrow in,
St. Jerome’s Church. HyattsviUe.'
following services in Gasch’s fune- 1
ral home. Burial will be in Glen- j
wt>od cemetery. (
Welles Meriam, 72,
Former Patent Aide
For General Motors
Welles Meriam, 72, a retired
patent examiner and a resident
of Kensington, Md., since 1912,
died Monday in Suburban Hos
,Mr Meriam, who lived at 10225
Montgomery avenue, retired four
years ago from* the patent exam
ining division of General Motors
here. He previously had been an
examiner for the United States
Patent Office.
A native of Salem, Mass., Mr.
Meriam was graduated from Har
vard University in 1899, when he
was 19 years old. He worked as
a civil engineer for the Boston
ic Maine and the Baltimore Sc
Ohio Railroads before coming here
ta Join the patent office.
Active in Noyes Library.
Mr. Meriam was long active in
the affairs of the Crosby S. Noyes
Library in Kensington, having
served as president of the library's
Board of Trustees.
Mr. Meriam was a brother of
Dr. Lewis Meriam of Kensington,
former vice president of the
Brookings Institution and a mem
ber of Montgomery County’s first
County Council in 1949*
List of Survivors.
He also is survived by his
widow, the former Anne Whitfield
of Milledgeviile, Ga., who he mar
ried in 1910, and four daughters:
Miss Anne W. Meriam of Rotter
dam, the Netherlands; Mrs. S. H.
Schain of Berwick, Pa.; Mrs. K.
S. Brown of London, and Miss
Sarah S. Meriam of the home ad
dress. Another brother, Richard
S. Meriam, lives in Lincoln, Mass.
Funeral services will be held at
2 p.m. tomorrow in the Warner
E. Pumphrey funeral home in
Silver Spring*. Burial will be In
Rockville Union Cemetery.
Unborn Babies' Glands Planted
In Adults Needing Hormones
By Alton L Blokeslee
Associated Pros* Science It (porter
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Mar. 26.
One of tiie great potential revolu
tions in medical science was dis
closed today.
Three sick men and women have
been given glands transplanted
from very premature babies that
did not survive. Doctors believe
they will turn out horipones for
new health.
It is an amazing and promising
experiment in giving humans new
spare parts. It may lead to many
new methods of treating a variety
of disease's.
Little pieces of glands were
taken from unborn babies and
put into stomach muscles of two
men and a woman. The men
got adrenal glands because their
own adrenals had stopped making
hormones, including cortisope. The
woman got a thyroid gland, after
her own sick thyroid was removed.
Stay Alive in Animals.
Animal tests indicate the new
gland bits will stay alive, grow,
and make hormones. It is still
too early to tell about the hu
If it works for them, humans
some day may get new. glands to
control diabetes without insulin,
a gland hormone; to replace sex
glands, to control thyroid diseases,
even perhaps control some kinds
of cancer. New glands might
: come from animals as well as
1 humans. Humans might be able
. to replace worn-out or lost sex
glands, realizing the monkey
gland experiments 30 years ago
of the late Dr. Serge Voronoff.
1 Human or* animal bodies might
* supply successful transplants of
nerves or blood vessels or other
spare parts that would take root
' and stay alive or grow.
The big secret is using embry
onic tissue—glands or other parts
! from very young, unborn humans.
> Only embryonic tissue and some
cancer tissue can be transplanted
and stay alive in another body.
Put in Different Species.
The facts to aate, ind the fu
' ture potentials, were disclosed in
reports of research at Yale Uni
versity Medical School. They
. were described during a tour of
cancer centers sponsored by the
American Cancer Society.
Dr. Harry S. N. Greene, Yale
i pathologist, showed embry
■ onic Elands of animals could ho
, "‘“s- ui Buuusis cuuiu ue cue answers.
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A finor, moitm fnaoral Imm loeotod owtf
from Woxkingtont downtown traffii. Homtliko
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(On Wilton Elvd. noar Start)
Anthony John Mosheuvel,
Retired D. C. Fire Captain
Anthony John Mosheuvel, 94.
retired District Fire Department
captain and a life-long Washing
ton resident, died yesterday at his
home, 630 New York avenue N.W.,
after a 10-day illness.
Mr. Mosheuvel retired in 1908
for disability incurred in line of ;
duty after 11 years with the fire,
department. He became captain of
No. 1 Truck Company in 1905.
Widowed in 1940, he is survived
by two daughters, Mrs. S. E. Se- :
bastian, Avondale, Md„ and Mrs.
Lawrence Bogeman, Ferndale,
Mich.; a sister, Miss Florence M.
Mosheuvel of the New York ave
nue address; seven grandchildren
and nine great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at
2:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Cham
bers funeral home, 1400 Chapin
street N.W. Burial will be in Con
gressional Cemetery.
Samuel H. Gwynne, 86,
Retired District Grocer
Samuel Hamilton Gwynne, 86.
retired grocer and a member of
an old Wellington family, died
yesterday in Doctors Hospital
after a week's illness.
Mr. Gwynne, a native of Wash
ington, lived at 2712 Cathedral
avenue N.W., with two sisters-in
law, the Misses Martha and Isa
belle Gibson. For many years he
operated the Circle Market at
Eighteenth street and Columbia
road N.W., retiring about 10 years
ago. Mr. Gwynne was a member
of the Corcoran Cadets, famous
Washington drill team.
A widower, Mr, Gwynne is sur
vived by a sister, Mrs. Carrie J.
Proctor of 719 Nineteenth street
N.W. Funeral services will be held
at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Lee
funeral home. Burial will be in
Oak Hill Cemetery.
Louis Panagakos, Operator
Os Grill Here for 20 Years
Louis Panagakos, 57. a restau
rateur here for 20 years, died yes
terday at his home, 2820 Bellevue
terrace N.W., after a five-month
Mr. Panagakos, a native of
Sparta, Greece, retired five years
ago from the Beacon Grill, North
' Capitol street and Massachusetts
avenue, which he had owned for
several years. He was a member
of Washington Chapter No. 31,
Order of Ahepa, Laconian Lodge
and Harmony Masonic Lodge.
Surviving him is his widow, Mrs.
Stamata Panagakos; a son Peter
1 of the home address and a daugh
, ter, Mrs. Evelyn Chaltis of
: HyattsviUe.
■ Funeral services wUI be held at
> % p.m. tomorrow in the Bt. Sophia
i Greek Orthodox Church. Burial
wUI be in Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
transplanted successfully from one
kind of animal to another. The
bits of glands lived and produced
hormones, even when transferred
from an unborn mouse or rab
bit or guinea pig into another,
adult, animal of a different
Dr. Eugene E. Cliffton, a
surgeon, transplanted the bits of
human embryonic glands into the
men and woman. The glands were
taken from unborn babies lost in
miscarriages or in an operation
necessary to save the mother’s life.
Slices were put into the stomach
muscles of the adults, where they
. could produce hormones and turn
them into the bloodstream. The
i two men had Addison’s Disease,
1 with weakness and prey to in
fection caused by failure of their
own adrenal glands. v They got
| five to six bits of embronic adrenal
' glands. Altogether, these slices
, may be producing only about 1/20
the amount of hormones from
■ healthy adrenals, but that may
, be enough.
I The woman had lost her own
thyroid gland because of sickness.
In animals, the new bits of
t glands don’t become fully-formed
i but they do produce some hor
, mones.
Clean Diabetes in Animals.
Dr. Greene said animal results
1 are “most encouraging.’’ He
; cleared up diabetes in animals,
| offset the effects of loss of an
: animal’s sex glands, and other
; troubles from gland failures.
! The animal gland transplants
do not always work, he said.
If they succeed in humans, the
prospects are tremendous. Glands
making hormones could be given
,to people needing them. Bits of
glands from animals or humans,
making exactly the same kind of
; hormones, might even someday
be preserved in banks. Humans
might get new bits of pancreas
gland, which makes insulin to
control diabetes.
New kinds of transplants might
be possible. Blood vessels from
, partly-formed embryonic animals
might supply blood vessels to re
place arteries in human babies, or
give new. living nerves to par
alyzed humans.
That is conjecture, but all pos
; sible. What happens to humans
with embryonic transplants holds
i the imvara.
2-Million Volt X-Ray Treatment
Removes Symptoms of Cancer
By Thomas R. Henry
Star Staff Corrospondynt
BOSTON, Mar. 26.—A growing
number of once hopeless cancer
patients are alive and apparently
free of disease after receiving a
new'form of X-ray treatment de
veloped at Massachusetts Institute
of Technology here.
A 2 million-volt X-ray beam is
focused with extreme precision
Second of a scries of erticles on cancer.
Mr. Henry is visiting research centers
under the auspices ot the American
Cancar Society.
against the malignant area, often
buried deeply in the body, while
the patient is slowly rotated in a
chair- The rays can penetrate to
any depth. Thus the technique
of special value in treatment of
deep-seated cancers. The 2-mil
lion-volt beam does not scatter,
as do X-rays from lower voltage
tubes. It can be reduced to the
size of a dime to hit tiny cancers
and it can be enlarged to a diam
eter of 10 inches to cover large
The constant rotation of the
patient makes it possible to hit
the cancer from all angles whUe
not causing serious damage to the
healthy tissue through which the
beam passes. The actual X-rays
produced are of about the same
quality as the gamma rays pro
duced by radium but one 2-million
volt machine produces more than
would twice the amount of radium
known in the world.
Superficial observations seem to
indicate that victims have actually
; been pulled from the brink of the
grave by the new method. Only
i cases considered most suitable are!
treated. Statistics were released
today showing the result of rota
tion therapy during the first 27
, months. No case was considered
l as cured, since at least five years
. must elapse before any treatment 1
t is pronounced a cure.
But of 286 patients treated, 157
were symptom-free at the time
( of the report. Eleven of 13 cases
’ of laryngeal cancer, for example,
show no symptoms after this treat
ment. Their voices are unim
paired. Surgery for this condi
tion usually destroys the voice
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Complete grave opened and efcped, |S9 I
box. Nine of 17 cases of bladder
cancer are symptom-free. Eleven
out of 18 women with advanced
breast cancers apparently are well.
These are among the most difficult
of all malignant tumors to treat.
Working with this particular
type of radiation is still in its
pioneer stages, but far-reaching
developments in the future by an
nouncement of Massachusetts
Tech officials of the completion of
a 12,000,000-volt electro-statis
generator. Operating on the same
principle, it has been constructed
with the support of the Office of
Naval Research and the Atomic
Energy Commission.
Some of the major .uses will be
in studying the biological effects
of the extremely high-energy ra
diation which the apparatus will
produce on living matter. Such
studies will include the inactiva
tion of bacteria and viruses a$ well
use against cancer. A largely un
known field is being opened since
nobody knows whether more pow
erful radiation will have greater
destructive effects on malignant
Scientists at the New England
Center Hospital here have made
two important contributions to
control of cancers of the blood
stream, the American Cancer So*
ciety announced today.
Research under the direction of
Dr. William Dameshek has re
sulted in temporary relief for
children with acute leukemia.
One type of anemia commonly
associated with leukemia and can
cer of the lymphatic tissues now
can be quickly stopped.
A combination bf the pituitary
gland hormone ACTH and an
anti-vitamin called aminopterin
has resulted in remissions lasting
: from two months to a year in
eight out of 10 cases of acute
; leukemia in children. Results
with adults are far less impres
-1 sive.
This does not, it was empha
sized, in any way constitute a cure
for leukemia. It merely postpones
the eventual course of this dis-.
! ease, for which no cure is known.
i The results show, however, that
, it is possible to reverse the course
■ for a time and this leads to the
' hope that in the future more ac
■ tive materials may reverse it
s altogether.

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