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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. TUESDAY, MAY 36. 1953 ©AVISOS. ANDREA SUE. M».i. and Mrs. Frederick E. (Jean) Davison an nounce the birth of their daughter. Andrea Bue Davison, on Monday. May 4. 1953. in Munich. Germany. * Srattlfl ADAMS. CAROLINA. On Monday. May 23. 1953. CAROLINA ADAMS Os 108 Varnum st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Frazier. BLACKWELL. LESTER. Jr. Suddenly, on Saturday. May 23. 1953. LESTER BLACKWELL. Jr., of 1305 Ist st. s.e. He leaves hts parents. Margaret and Lester Blackwell, sr.: four sisters. Marion Quinn. Marie Blackwell, Bar bara Jean Blackwell and Yvonne Sut ton: a grandmother. .Jessie Shedrlck: three aunts, three uncles, other rela tives and friends. After 3 p.m. Wed nesday. May 27. friends may call at the Eugene and lone Z. Ford Funeral Home. 1213 14th st. s.w.. where fu neral services will be held on Thursday. May 28. at 1:30 P.m. Interment Payne's Cemetery. 27 BLANKENBEKER. DORA. On Sunday. May 24. 1953. at tier residence. 723 Varnum st. n w.. Miss DORA BLANK ENBEKER. beloved sister of Mrs. Bes sie Mason and Thomas Porter. She also is survived by two devoted nieces. Miss Lillie Bmith and Miss Elizabeth Porter: a nephew. Charles E. Smith; other relatives and friends. Remains Testing with L. E. Murray Sc Son. 1337 10th st. n.w.. where friends may call after 4 p.m. Tuesday. May 26. Grave side services in Lincoln Memorial Cemetery on Wednesday. May 27. at 2 p.m.. Rev. E. C. Smith officiating. Please omit flowers. * * BORDEN. DAVID H. On Thursday. May 21. 1953- DAVID H BORDEN of 1017-A Euclid st. n.w., husband of the late Lydia O Borden, father of Guy G. Borden. Also surviving are a s ( ster. Miss Mamie Borden: one uncle. George Jones; a niece and nephew. Mrs. Irene E. Campbell and James A. Hallman; other relatives and many friends. After r.oon Tuesday. May 26, friends are Invited to call at the Mc- Guire Funeraj Home. 1820 9th st. n.w. After 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 27. the remains will lie In state at Andrew Pankin Memorial Chapel. Howard Uni versity. where services will be held at 11 am. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. . 26 BORDEN. DAVID H. All members of lonic Lodge. - No. 17, F. * /JPi M . are requested to attend the funeral of our late broth er Past Master DAVID H. BORDEN. Wednesday. May 27. 1953. 11 am., from v Rankin s Chapel. Howard Uni versity, 2300 block of 6th st. n.w. HENSON L. CHASE. Attest: Worshipful Master. PETER PHILLIPS. Sec'y. 26 BORDEN, DAVID H. Officers anfi mem- A bers of Jonathon Davis Con sistory No. 1. are hereby no titled to attend a midnight ■■ service for our iate illustrious rX.A peer. DAV T D H BORDEN, on /\.Vo Tuesday. May 26. 1953. at McGuire’s Funeral Home, 1820 9th Illustrious ROBERT W. CAMPBELL 33rd’ Commander tn Chief. Illustrious MELVIN J. KEY. 33rd’. Keeper of the Seal and Archives. BOWEN. URSULA HYNSOiS'. On Mon day. May 25. 1953. URSULA HYNSON BOWEN of 2894 33rd st. s.e.. beloved wife of the late Will T. Bowen, sister of Mrs. Maggie Balderson of Newland. Va.; Mrs. Sophie Coafes. Mrs. Ethel Gallagher and Mrs. Maude Gallagher, all of Warsaw, Va,; Mrs. Avalon Coates of Lyells. Va.. and Walter Hynson of Baltimore. Md. Friends may tall at the Lee Funeral Home 4th st. and Mass, ave n.e . where services will be held on Thursday. May 29. a t 2:3i* p.m. Interment Cedar. Hill Cemetery. BRENT. BETTIE. On Sunday. May-24. 1953. BETTIE BRENT, beloved wife of . Lester Brent of 1949 Capitol ave. n.e.. sister of Vida Chase. Susie Euwell and Henry Lomas. A host of other I relatives and friends also survive, j Mrs Brent may be seen at the Chinn j Funeral Home. Arlington. Va.. from « I p.m. Wednesday. May until 10 a m. Thursday. May 28; thence to the Second Baptist church. Falls Church. Va . where funeral services will be conducted by Rev. W. E. Costner at 1 p.m. Thursday, May 28. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. BROWN. ARTHUR E. On Monday. May 25. 1953. ARTHUR E. BROWN of Bowie. Md. He leaves a father Louis J Brown, sr.: two sisters. Helen p. Brown and Mary E. Taylor: two broth ers. Louis. Jr., and Clarence Brown: three aunts. Pearl Wood. Martha Bell and Clara Stanley; four uncles. Eu gene. Frank. Joseph and John Wood. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Eugene and lone Z. Ford. BULLOCK. ALEXANDER. On Monday. May 25. 195.3. at his residence. 30 0 South 18th st.. Arlington. Va.. ALEX ANDER BULLOCK, devoted father of Ruby Morgan. John and Andrew Bul lock. brother of Alvis and Oeorse W. Bullock and Winnie Hargrove. Many other relatives and friends also sur vive. Mr. Bullock may be seen at the Chinn Funeral Home, Arlington. Va.. after 6 pm. Friday. May 29. Fu neral services at 1 pm. Saturday. Mar 30. at the Lomgx A. M. E. Zinn Church. South 24th rfl.. Arlington. Va.. Rev. Jackson A. Brown in charge. In terment church cemetery. 29 CARTER. ETHEL C. On Sunday. May •’4 1953. at her residence. Stewarts latie. White Oak. Md., ETHEL C. CAR TER, beloved wife of Frank A. Carter. Also surviving are one nephew. Alfred Contee; a foster ion. Fkank Matthews, and a host of other- relatives and friends. After 5 p.m. Wednesday. May 27, friends may call at her late resi dence. Funeral service* on Thursday. May 28. at 2 n m.. at the Good Hope Church. Colesvllle. Md.. Rev. J. N. Hol land. pastor. Interment church ceme tery. CARTER. EARL L. A special communi & cation of Stansbury Lodge. M No. 24. F. A- A. M., will be dr'h held in the Masonic Temple in Bruhtwood on Thursday. jMji? May 28. 1963. at 11 am . to attend the funeral services \Sr of our late brother. EARL L. CARTER By order of LOVEL M. CARVER. Worshipful Master. J. ALFRED COLLINS, Secretary. 27 CARTER. EARL L. On Monday. May 25. 1953. EARL L. CARTER, beloved husband of Mae Elizabeth Carter, father of Earl W.. Robert L.. James L. and Betty Jane Carter. Funeral from the W. W. Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w.. on Thursday. May 28 at 11 am. Graveside services at Taylortown. Pa., at 2 p.m. Thursday, May 28. CHARLTON. RACHEL L. On Saturday. Mav 23, 1953. at Freedmens Hospital, RACHEL L. CHARLTON of 105 Divison ave. n.e. Mother of Bessie Cavanaugh. Anna Pack. Bascom, Andrew and Stew art Charlton. She also is survived by orher relatives and many friends. Aft er 4 p.m. Tuesday. May 26, friends may call at Henry 8. Washington Sc Sons’ Funeral Home. 4925 Deane ave. n e Funeral services Wednesday. May 27. at 1 p.m.. at Zion Baptist Church, 43rd and Sheriff rd. n.e.. the Rev. Leon C. Collins, pastor Relatives and friends invited. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 26 CI-A VIES. LOUISE. On Sunday. May 24. 1953, in Gallinger Hospital. LOUISE CLAVIES of 1330 W st. n.w.. devoted wife of Denies Clavies. mother of Gladys Kinnle. Also surviving are a loving father. Mr. William Eubanks; four sisters, five brothers and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call after 1 pm. Wednesday. May 27. at the Latney Funeral Home. 1820 11th st. n.w Funeral services will be held on Thursday. May 28. at 1 p.m., at the Tenth Street Baptist Church. 10th and R sts. n.w.. Rev. J. L Henry officiating. Interment Wood lawn Cemetery. 2 > CLINTON. ARTHUR LEE. On Monday. Mav 25. 1953. at Gallinger Hospital. ARTHUR LEE CLINTON of 467 F st. s.w. beloved brother of Mrs. Kath erine French and Mrs. Ella Smith. He also leaves to mourn their loss one sister-in-law. two brothers-in-law. many nieces, nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines & Co. Funeral Home. POt 3rd st. s.w. Notice of fu neral later. COLF.IN. JAMES. Members of the In ©ternational Union of Oper ating Engineers. Local No. 77, are hereby notified of the death of Brother JAMES COLEIN on Satur day. May 23, 1953. Friends may call at Chambers’ Fu neral Home. 517 11th at. ae. Funeral servlcei on Wednesday. May 27. at 1 pm. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. CORENS. JEANNE. On Monday May 25. 1953. at her residence. 3o()0 14th at. n w„ JEANNE CORENS. beloved wife of the late Hubert Corens mother of Mrs. Mario Palmier!. Mrs. Clovis Claude. Henry and Joseph Corens Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Fu neral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w. on Wednesday. May 27, at 1 pm. Inter ment Rock Creek Cemetery. CUMMINGS. WALTER EDWARD. On Monday. May 25. 1953, WALTER ED WARD CUMMINGS of 632 l«th st. s.w.. beloved husband of Clara M. Cummings, father of Charles E. Cum mings. Friends may call at the Cnevy Chase Funeral Home, 5101 Wisconsin ave n.w.. till 10 a m. Wednesday. May 27 Funeral services at the Forest ville Methodist Church. Forestville. Va.. on Wednesday. May 27. at 12 noon. Interment Arnon Cemetery. Forest ville. Va. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium J. William Lee’s Sons Co. i a it ■ A Complete Funeral As Low as $95.00 Up CHAMBERS On* •> Us Largest Onßertskcrs la ths Wartd CO. 5-0432 FUNERAL DESIGNS GEO. C. SHAFFER, INC. BxprtsrtT* nor*) Trlboto* Moderate prices Open dell* Sun., holidays Phone sr«g W'&Ww* war cube 6r6s'c6., florists 1213 F Bt N.W. Mi 1-4276 SfatlfH DANIEL, EVERETT. Suddenly, on Satur day. May 23, 1953. EVERETT DANIEL of Hampton, S. C.. beloved husband of Ruth M. Daniel, father of Linda Sue. Danny Dean. Ruby Gail Daniel and Mrs. Barbara Marie Embler. Re mains resting at the Colonial Funeral Home of Robert A. Pumphrey. Rock ville. Md. Services on Thursday. May 28. at Fort Myer Chapel, Fort Myer. Va.. at 3 p.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. ■ 27 DICKERSON. CLEMENT THOMAS. On Monday. May 25. 1933. at his residence. 1 100 North Kennebec st.. Arlington. Va., CLEMENT THOMAS DICKERSON, beloved husband of Anna Catherine Dickerson and father of Mrs Kath erine D. Beam. Mrs. Emily D. Waldo and Mrs. Lillian D. Smith. He also Is survived by seven grandchildren. Notice of funeral arrancements later. FELDER, WILLIAM. Suddenly, on Sun day. May 24, 1953 WILLIAM FELDER of 7730 Eastern ave. n.w.. beloved hus band of Betty Felder and devoted fa ther of Stan Felder. He is also sur vived by his father. Harry Felder, and two brothers, Dr. Bamuel Felder of Flemtngton. N. J.. and Isadore Felder of Jeannette. Pa. Funeral serv ices at the Bernard Danzansky Sc Son Funeral Home. 3501 14th st. n.w.. on Tuesday. May 26, at 1:30 p.m. Inter ment B’nal Israel Cemetery. 26 FIELDS. GEORGE M. On Sunday. May 24. 1953. GEORGE M. FIELDS, be loved husband of Edith Fields. He also is survived by his sister. Lillian Scott of Philadelphia. Pa.; a nephew. James Fields, and other relatives and friends. After 5 p.m. Tuesday. May 26. friends may call at the Dovie G. Brooks and Otis F. Allen Funeral Heme. 12th st. and Florida ave. n.w. Fu neral services on Wednesday. May 27. at 2 p m., at the Florida Avenue Bap tist Church. Rev. Robert L. Rollins offi ciating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. FRAZIER. CATHERINE A. On Satur day. May 23. 1953. CATHERINE A. FRAZIER, (nee Mahoney), of 103 15th st. s.e.. beloved wile of the lste Daniel T. Frazier; sister of William B. Ma honey. the late Mrs. Rosie M. Brady and John J. Mahoney. Friends may call at Nalley’s Funeral Home. 3209 R. I. ave. at Eastern ave. n.e. Funeral on Wednesday. May 27. at 8:30 a.m.. thence to Holy Comforter Church, where mass will be offered at 9 a.m. for the repose of her soul. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 26 ETCHISON, GARNETT WATERS. On Tuesday. May 26. 1953. at his home. 2 Walker ave.. Gaithersburg, Md.. GARNETT WATERS ETCHISON be loved husband of Jeanette Tetlow Etchi son. father of Mrs. Philip Watkins of Cedar Grove. Md., and Mrs. Thomas Miles of Rockville. Md. Mr. Etchison rests at the Gartner Funeral Home, Gaithersburg. Md.. where services will be held on Thursday. May 28. at 2 p.m. Interment Forest Oak Cemetery. 27 GERH.4RDT. MILES D. On Bunday, May 24, 195.3. MILES D. GERHARDT of 607 Somerset pi. n.w.. beloved hus band of Virginia Reid Gerhardt. son of Mrs Frances Ingalls, brother of Robert H. Gerhardt and Carroll F. Ingalls. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Wednes day, May 27. at 10 am. Interment Parklawn Cemetery. Rockville Dike. 26 GRANVILLE. CATHERINE. On Monday, May 25, 196.3. at Shady Nook Rest Home. Catonsville. Md.. CATHERINE GRANVILLE, beloved sister of Honora Loughman of Boston. Mass.; John Loughman of Chicopie Falls. Mess., and the late Nellie Granville. Funeral from the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home, 3831 Georgia ave. n.w., on Wednesday, May 27. at 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass at St. Aloysius’ Church at 10 am. In terment Mount- Olivet Cemetery. Rela tives and friends invited. 26 GRAYSON, DANIEL M. Passed away on Saturday, May 23, 1953. at Gallinger Hospital, after a lingering Illness. DAN IEL M. GRAYSON of .3784 Hayes st. n.e.. Apt. 1. He is.the beloved husband of Inez W. Grayson and father of three children, devoted son of Virgie Gray son. He also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Irene Carter and Mrs. Evelyn Marshall; two brother.s Mr. Floyd Grayson and Mr. McKinley Grayson, and manv other relatives and friends. After 12 noon Tuesday. May 26. friends may call at Crouch's Funeral Home. 51 K st. n.w. Services Wednesday. May 27, at 1 p.m. at the St. Phillin Baptist Church, N. Capitol and K sts. n.w.. the Rev. Augustus Lewis officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 26 HARRISON. HARRIET. Departed this life on Sunday. May 24. 1953. at her resi dence. 123 G st. s.w.. HARRIET HAR RISON. devoted mother of Mrs. Agnes Belt. Georgia Henson. Marie. Mary, Benjamin, Willie and Frank Harrison. She also leaves to mourn her pass ing seventeen grandchildren, many nieces, nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. After 4 p.m. Tuesday. May 26. friends may call at the John T. Rhines * Co. Fu- | neral Home. 901 3rd st. s.w. Funeral on Wednesday. May 27. at 9 a.m.. from the St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church. South Capitol and M sts. In terment Woodlawn Cemetery. 26 HAWLEY. LOUIS G. On Monday. May 25, 1933. at Garfield Hospital. LOUIS G. HAWLEY of 318 Gallatin st. n.w.. beloved husband of Catherine B. Haw ley. Friends may call at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w„ until lo p.m. Wednesday. May 272 Private graveside services on Thursday. May 28. at 10:30 a m . at Arlington 'National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please give contribu tion to American Cancer Boclety. 27 HURD. WILLIAM. On Friday. May 22. 1953. at Mount Alto Hospital. WIL LIAM HURD, beloved son of the late William and Nettie Hurd, and brother of John. Donald A. and James B. Hurd. Mrs. Georgte Wllkerson. Mrs. Helen Keesee and Mrs. Josephine Farrell. Funeral at the Saffell Funeral Home, 475 H st. n.w., on Wednesday. May 27. at 12:15 p.m. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 26 HYSON. RICHARD. On Saturday. May 23. 1953. at Arlington Hospital. RICH ARD HYSON, husband of Mary Hyson of 4015 North Randolph st., Arling ton, Va. Many other relatives and friends also survive. Remains resting i at the Chinn Funeral Home. Arlington. \ Va.. where funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday. May 27. | Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. • I JOHNSON. NANCY. On Saturday. May ! 23, 1953, Mrs. NANCY JOHNSON of 81S Independence ave. s.e., wife of the late Philip Johnson, daughter of the late Albert and Sarah Washing ton of King Georges County, Va.; de voted mother of Mr. Daniel F. John son. sister of Mrs. Kate Grymes. Henry, William. Collins and Charles Washing ton. She also is survived by three sisters-in-law, other relatives and many friends. After 6 P.m. Wednesday. May 27, friends are invited to call at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church. 1432 you st. n.w., where funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday. May 28. Interment Lincoln Memorial Ceme tery. 27 LARSEN. HERBERT J. On Monday. May 25. 1953. at Suburban Hospital. HERBERT J. LARSEN of 2800 Quebec st. n.w., beloved husband of Fhy.lis H. Larsen, father of John F. and Lars Peter Larsen. Services and interment private. Please omit flowers. LEE, BEATRICE M. Suddenly, on Sun day. May 24. 1953, at her residence. Brlnklow. Md.. BEATRICE LEE. be loved wife of Frank W. Lee. loving mother of Isabelle Bell. Sarah John son. Dorothy Hopkins. Olivia. Elsie. Marie. Anne Thomas. Elwood and Wil bur Lee. She Is also survived by 10 grandchildren, two sisters. Mrs. Sadie Murphy. Mrs. Elsie Harri son; one brother. William Matthews: one aunt, one uncle and a host of other relatives and friends. After 4 p.m.. Tuesday. May 26. friends may call at the Robert L. Snowden Funeral Home. Rockville. Md Funeral Wed nesday. May 27. at 2 p.m.. at Sharp Street Church. Sandy Spring. Md. Rev. J. R. Brooks officiating. In terment church cemetery. 26 LEE. FITZHUGH W. On Sunday. May 24. 1953. at his residence. 1638 You st. s.e.. FITZHUGH W. LEE. the hus band of the late Annie E. Lee. father of Mrs. Ethel Dixon. Mrs. Dorothy Dun nlncton. Mrs. Helen Dunnington and Mrs. Anna Murdock and Robert E. Lee: brother of Mrs. Lucy Smith. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home, 4th and Massachusetts ave. n.e. where services will be held on Wednes day. Mar 27 at 1 o.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. LEWIS. FANNIE R. On Sunday. May 24. 1953. at Sibley Hospital. FANNIE R. LEWIS, the beloved wife of Frank lin A. Lewis, mother of Miss Berdtne L*wis and Mrs. John W. Parks, sister of Mrs. Ida Mazzullo and grandmother of Beverly and Patty Parks. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass ave. n.e.. where services will be held Thursday. May 28. at 11 a m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 27 LINGO, R. HARRISON, commander. U. S. N. (retired). Suddenly, on Sunday. May 24. 1953, at his residence. 1731 LanleT pi. n.w.. COMDR B HARRISON LINGO, husband of Marie Tunstall Lingo, father of Jane Tunstall Lingo and brother of Mrs. James Wilson. Elva Llnao and John Lingo, all of Ohio. Body resting at Gawler’s Chapel. 1756 Pa. ava. n.w. Services will be held at Fort Myer Chapel on Wednesday. May 27. at 3 p.m. Interment, with full military honors, Arlington National Cemetery. 26 LONG, ELEANOR H. On Monday. May 25. 195.3, at Emergency Hospital. ELEANOR H. LONG of 2651 16th st n.w.. wife of the late J. Walter Long, sister of Georg" Harvey of Pittsburgh. Pa. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 J4th st. n.w.. on Thursday. May 28. at 10 a.m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 27 LYNN. ANNIE. Suddenly, on Monday. May 25. 1953. at her residence in Dupont Heights. Md., ANNIE LYNN, mother of Mrs. Berena Hawkins and Mrs. Laura Hall. Wesley. Johnnie and Willie Lynn: sister of Mrs. Jannie Payne and Mrs. Laura Stewart. Also sur viving are twenty-seven grandchildren and thirty-eight great-grandchildren. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Rollins. MATHERS. FRANKLIN W. Os 11906 Andrews st.. Wheaton. Md.. on May 25. 1963. husband of Della M. Mathers, father of Walter. William. Thomas. Claude. Charles. Raymond. Franklin. Robert. Donald. Henry and Lawrence Mather*. Services at Chamber*' Fu neral Home. .3072 M it. n.w.. on Thurs day. May 28. at 10:30 a.m. Inter ment Arlington National Cemetery. MAWYER. SANDRA JEAN. On Mon day. May 25. 1953. SANDRA JEAN MAWYER. beloved daughter of Ernest and Joan Mawyer (nee Moxley) of 7013 Livingston rd. s.e., granddaugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Moxley and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest G. Mawyer. Services at the Geier Funeral Home, 3605 14th st. n.w., on Wednesday. May 27. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. McLUCAS. REV. ALBERT. On Satur day, May 23.» 1953. at Garfield Me morial Hospital, REV. ALBERT Mc- LUCAS. beloved husband of Mrs. Laura McLucas of 635 M st. n.w. He also is survived by six sons, four daughters, five stepdaughters, many grandchildren and other relatives and many friends. After 8 p.m. Monday, May 25. Mends may call at Henry 6. Washington Sc Sons’ Funeral Home. 467 N st. n.w. Funeral services Wednesday. May 27. ! at 2 p.m.. at Falrplain A. M. E. Zion Church. Hamlet, N. C. Interment I church cemetery. 26 ! MESSER. JAMES AUGUSTUS. Aged SI. of 2400 16th st. n.w.. JAMES AUGUS TUS MESSER, father of Mrs. Pierre Ruedin of New York City. Remains resting at Gawler’s Chapel. 1756 Pa. ave. n.w. Funeral aervices on Thurs day. May 28. 1953. at 2:30 p.m. In terment private. 27 ■ MILLER. LUCY. On Sunday. May 24. 1953, LUCY MILLER 01 416 sth st. s.e. Loving mother of Mrs. Mable Brazier. Mrs. Blanche Boston, John Miller of Washington, D. C.: Mrs. Jean ette Bcyd of Brooklyn, N. Y.; William Miller of Leland. N. C.; Mrs. Effle Chest nut of Wilmington, N. C.; grandmother of Katie Jackson. Lester and George Brazier. Milton Bayton and Jersey Mil ler; aunt of Mrs. Helen Shiver. Friends may call at Frazier's Funeral Home, 389 R. I. ave. n.w., from a to 10 p.m. Tuesday, May 26. Funeral and Inter ment tn Wilmington, N. C., Thursday, May 28. 26 MONTGOMERY. BESSIE E. Suddenly, on Saturday. May 23. 1953. at her residence, the Stanhope Apts.. New Jersey ave. and H st. n.w.. BESSIE E. MONTGOMERY, wife of John Mont gomery. devoted sister of George Leo. Joseph S.. Samuel W.. Charles E.. Jes sie S. Johnson. Ann. M. Browne, Ber tha M. Stewart. She also is sur vived by two nieces. Juanita and Phyllis, and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the Barnes & Mat thews Funeral Home. 614 4th st. s.w. Notice of funeral later. MOSS. JOHN A. On Sunday. May 24. 1953. at Freedmens Hospital. JOHN A. MOSS of 2611 11th st. n.w.. son of the late Attorney John A. and Ellrn A. Moss, and husband of Josephine G. Moss. Also surviving are a daughter. Mrs. Virginia Morgan: a sister. Mrs. Ella Paike. other relatives and many friends. After noon Wednesday. May 26. friends are Invited to call at his late residence. Services on Thursday, May 28. at 1 p.m., at the McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th st. n.w. In terment Woodlawn Cemetery. 27 NORTH, AGNES LEE. On Saturday. May 2.3. 1953. AGNES LEE NORTH of 1235 G st. n.e. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Frazier. PHARR. MAUD V. On Sunday, May 24. 1953. MAUD V. PHARR of 172.3 Euclid st. n.w.. sister of Mrs. Grate Dixon and Clarence Brown; aunt of Margaret Lindsey, Lucy Newman. Yvonne Dixon. James Newman and Francis Brown. Other relatives and friends also survive. After 4 p.m. Wednesday. May 27. friends may call at the Frazier Funeral Home, 389 Rhode Island ave. r.w.. where services will be held on Thursday. May 28. at 11 a.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 27 PRAWDE, ESTHER. On Tuesday. May 26. 1953. at her residence. 7507 12th St. n.w., ESTHER PRAWDE, beloved wife of Aaron Prawde and devoted mother of Louis L. and Noah Prawde. Mrs. Rebecca Mensli and Mrs Lena Marks. She also is survlveci by a brother. Carl Gomavitz.. Funeral serv ices at the Bernard Danzansky Sc Son Funeral Home. 3501 J4th st. n.w.. on Thursday. May 28. at 10 am. In terment King David Memorial Garden. PYLES. WAYNE R. Suddenly, on Sun day. May 24. 1053, WAYNE R. PYLES, beloved son of Herbert and Edith Pyles, and brother of Hope Roland, Gloria Oursler. Winfield. Edith. Calvin, Homer. Herbert, jr.. and Joyce Pyles. Friends may call at the Simmons Bros. Fu neral Home. 2007 Nichols ave. s c.. until 1 p.m. Wednesday. May 27. Fu neral services at the Bell M. E. Church, Camp Springs, Md., at 2 p.m. Rela tives and friends Invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. QUEEN. CLARENCE JOHN. Departed this life on Monday. May 25. 1953, at Prince Georges General Hospital. Cheverly, Md.. CLARENCE JOHN QUEEN of Bowie. Md.. beloved brother of Theodore Queen. He also leaves to mourn his passing many other rela tives and friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines & Co. Funeral Home. 901 3rd st. s.w. Notice of fu neral later. RIDOLFI, ORESTE. On Saturday. May 1 23, 1053, at Providence Hospital, i ORESTE RIDOLFI of 1012 K st. n.e.. ! beloved husband of Nora Ridolfi mee l Murphy) and father of Mrs. Alice Flan nan, Thomas P.. Vincent A., Joseph O. and Raymond .! Ridolfi; brother of Mariannl Peruzzl and Marietta Mag gentl. Funeral, from the Timothy Kan lqn Funeral Home. 3831 Georgia ave. n.W., on Wednesday. May 27, at 8;30 a.m. Requiem mass at Holy Name Church at 9 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 26 SHACKELFORD. STANLEY H. On Sun day. May 24 1953.: STANLEY. H. SHACKELFORD of 620 3rd st. n.e.. be loved father of Lillian 8. Glascoe. Also surviving are a son-in-law. Leonard P. Glascoe: other relatives and many friends. After 6 p.m. Tuesday. May 26. friends are invited to call at his late residence. Services on Wed nesday. May 27. at 2 pm., at the Calvary Episcopal Church. 6th and Eye sts. n.e. Interment Lincoln Me morial Cemetery. Arrangements by McGuire. Inc. 27 SIMPSON. MINNIE. On Monday. May 25. 1953. at Sibley Hospital. MINNIE SIMPSON (nee Gasmann) of 2263 Hannon st., Lewisdale. Md.. wife of Harry N. Simpson. Remains resting at the Gasch Funeral Home. Hyattsville, Md. Notice of funeral later. SMALLWOOD. JOHN W. On Sunday, May 24. 195.7. at his residence. 640 L st. n.e.. JOHN W. SMALLWOOD, be loved husband of Pearle D. Smallwood, father of Wilbur D. Smallwood, cousin of Mrs. Alice M. Ware. He also is survived by a host of other relatives and friends. The late Mr. Smallwood may be viewed at the Stewart Funeral Home, .30 H st. n.e., after 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 27. Funeral Thurs day. May 28. at Asbury Methodist Church 11th and K sts. n.w., at 11 a.m., the Rev. R. M. Williams officiat ing. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 27 SMALLWOOD. JOHN W. Officers and _ members of Jonathon Davis BL Consistory. No. 1, are hereby -JT— notified to attend a midnight ■■■ service for our late sublime prince. JOHN W. BMALL VBV WOOD, on Wednesday. May 27. 1953. at Stewart's Funeral Home. 30 H at. n.e. Illustrious ROBERT W. CAMPBELL, 3.3rd’. Commander in Chief. Illustrious MELVIN J. KEY. 33ad’. Keeper of the Seal and Ar<ft>ives. SMITH, FREEMAN LOUIB. On T Frtday. May 22. 195.3, FREEMAN vLOUIS SMITH, husband of the late fluvenla Dorsey Smith, beloved father oil Louis F.. John M.. Charles 1.. Lawretfce P. and Alice L. Smith. Mrs. Anna S» Car roll and Dorothea S Shelton: brother of Ernest Smith. He also leaves 12 grandchildren. one great-grandchild, other relatives and friends. After 4 pm. Tuesday May 26. friends are invited to cal! at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church. 1432 You st. n.w. Requiem mass at Epiphany Church. Dunbarton ave between 27th and 28th sts. n.w.. at 10 a.m.. Wednesday May 27. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. SMITH. FLOYD A. On Tuesday. May 26. 195.7. FLOYD A. SMITH of 758 Hobart pi. n.w Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Jarvis. SORENSEN. SUSIE E. On Sunday. May 24. 1953. at Emergency Hospital. SUSIE E. SORENSEN of 5401 Sherrler pi. n.w.. beloved wife of Hans Soren sen, mother of Mrs. June Sorensen Ed miston and Mrs. Gloria Sorensen Me chem. sister of Mrs. Henry Mooney and Rodney Dawson both of Washington. D. C.. and Willie Dawson of Philo mont. Va. Friends may call at the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., where services will be held on Wednesday. May 27. at 2 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. TALBERT, WILLIAM. Suddenly, on Fri day. May 22. 195.7, at hie residence. 612 2nd st. n.w.. WILLIAM TALBERT, devoted father of Mrs. Hattie Talbert Norman. He also ts survived bv a son-in-law. Leroy Norman: two sons. James Jefferson and John Norman; one brother-in-law. two sisters-ln-law. one nephew and many other relatives and friends. After 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 26. friends mav call at the above address. Services on Wednesday. Mav 27. at 1 p.m., at the Friendship Baptist Church. Ist and H sts. s.w.. Rev. B. H. Whiting officiating. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements by Morris A. Carter Sc Co.. 2nd and F sts. sw. THOMAS. ISAAC (MIKE). On Satur day. May 23, 195.3. at Freedmen’s Hos pital. ISAAC (MIKE) THOMAS. Ha la survived by a loving wife, Mrs. Mildred V Thomas; a daughter Sylvia: one brother. Mr. Richard Simon; one sister. Mrs. Lizzie Aaron of Charlotte. N. C„ and other relatives and many friends. Remains resting at Horton's Mortuary. 1324 You st. n.w., where services will be held Wednesday, May 27. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 26 THOMPSON. WILLIAM J. On Mondav, May 25. 195.7. WILLIAM J. THOMP SON of Leonardtown. Md.. beloved hus band of Sarah H. Thompson, father of Joseph L.. Ernest R.. Morrig W„ James H. and Edward Wilmer Thompson, Sarah Lola Smith. Martha R. Bur roughs. Clara E. Burroughs. Mary Lalta ' Thompson and Owyndoia Gray. Friends may call at the Robert A. Mattingly Funeral Home. 131 11th st. s.e. Notice of funeral later. WAGGAMAN. LOUISE W. Suddenly, on Monday. May 25. 1953.-at the Alexan dria Hospital. LOUISE W. WAOQAMAN. wife of William H. Waggaman. mother of Mrs. Walter L. Beck. Louts W. Wag gaman of Baltimore. Md.: Mrs. Thomas A. Callagy and Mrs. Edwin C. Rogers of Memphis. Tenn.: William H. Wagga man. Jr., of Wilmington. Del.: Miss Josephine Waggaman of Alexandria. , Friends may call at the Demalne Fu neral Home. 820 South Washington st. Mass will be offered at st. Mary's Catholle Cffiureh on Wednesday. May f 7 at9:Bo am. In torment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Col. J. E. Yates Dies; Retired Chief of Army Chaplains Col. Julian E. Yates, retired Chief of Army Chaplains, died Sunday In Walter Reed Hospital. He was 81. A native of Williams Mills, N. C., Col. Yates was graduated from Wake Forest College with both bachelor’s and master’s de grees. He received a bachelor of divinity degree at the University of Chicago in 1900. He served churches in Chi cago and Kansas for the North ern Baptist Convention before being appointed to the chap laincy in 1902. During World War I he served in France with arttillery. Aided Moral Training. In 1919, Col. Yates was assist ant to the officer in charge of moral training in the General Staff War Plans Division. The next year he was made executive officer in the Chief of Chaplains Office. After assignments at Fort Myer, Washington Barracks, D. C., and Fort Oglethorpe. Ga., Col. Yates became Chief of Chaplains in 1929. His tour of duty as chief ended in 1933. After his retirement in 1935, Col. Yates lived at 3803 Hunt ington street N.W. He devoted considerable time to painting, and presented to the Chief of Chaplains Office oil paintings of himself and his two successors in the post. Held Purple Heart. He was awarded the Purple Heart, World War I Victory Orallfd WALKER. HENRY L.. JR. On Batur day. May 23. 195.3. In New York City. HENRY L. WALKER. Jr., husband of Lucille Walker, father of Lavernis. Stanford and Zachary Walker, son of Rev. Henry L. Walker, sr.; brother of Alma Dews. Jean Jackson and James Walker. Many other relatives and friends also survive. Mr. Walker may be seen at 1025 South Roße st.. Ar lington. va.. after 6 p.m. Tuesday. May 26. where funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. May 27, Rev. Oswald Smith officiating. Inter ment Mount Pleasant. Va. • WASHINGTON. GEORGE THEODORE. U. s. \. Departed this life on Sunday. May 24. 1953. at Norfolk. Va.. GEORGE THEODORE WASHINGTON. U. S. N.. of 1123 Sumner rd. s.e.. beloved son of Mrs. Isabelle Washington, brother of William D . Ralph C. and Sidney Wash ington. He also leaves to mourn their loss one sister-in-law, Mrs. Merceries Washington; three devoted grandpar ents. Mrs. Clara V. Williams Mrs. Arie Washington and Mr. William Washington: six uncles and a host of other relatives and friends. Arrange ments by the John T. Rhines & Co. Funeral Home. 901 3rd at. a.w. No tice of funeral later. WASKEY, SYDNEY ANN. On Sunday. May 24, 1953, at Mount Alto Hospital. SYDNEY ANN WASKEY i nee Adams) of 4701 Hudson ave.. Suitland. Md.. beloved wife of Raymond C. Waskey and mother of William. James and Joseph Waskey; daughter of Mo-gan J. and Helen M. Adams, and sister of Jean Adams Chambers. Remains rest ing at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Fu neral Home of Robert A. Pumphrey. Bethesda, Md. Services on Thursday. May 28, at St. Catherine La Boure Catholic Church. Wheaton. Md.. where requiem mass will be offered at 9:30 am. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 27 WATTS. HAROI.D G. On Sunday. May 24. 1953. at Casualty Hospital.. HAR OLD G. WATTS, the beloved husband of Mrs. Cecil V. Watts, father of Mil dred V. Watts. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass, ave. n.e., where services will be held Wednesday. May 27. at 2:30 p.m. In terment Cedar Hill. 26 WEAVER. HERBERT ASHTON. On Monday, May 25. 1953. at Centreville, Va.. HERBERT ASHTON WEAVER, be loved husband of Addie Weaver, father of Lillian Maley. Friends are Invited to call at his late residence from Wednesday. May 27. till Thursday. May 28. Funeral services at the Clifton Presbyterian Church. Clifton. Va.. on Thursday. May 28. at 2 p.m.. DBT. Interment National Memorial Park Cemetery, Falls Church. Va. 27 ITHITGROVE. IDA DANIELS. On Satur day. May 23. 195.7. at the National Naval Medical Center. Bethesda, Md.. IDA DANIELS WHITGROVE of 3613 South Wakefield st., Arlington, Va.. i beloved wife of Capt. Leland D. Whit- I grove, sr.. U. 8 N.. mother of Pvt. Le land D Jr., and Ensign Eleanor A. ! Whltgrove. U 6 N.. daughter of Comdr. J. F. Daniels, U. S. N., ret., and the iate Alice P. Daniels, sister of William Everett Jones. Remains resting at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert A. Pumphrey, Bethesda. Md. Services on Wednesday, May 27. at Fort Myer Chapel. Fort Myer. Va.. at Hi a.m Interment Arlington National Cemprery. 26 WILSON. MARGARET. On Monday. May 25. 1953. at the residence of her daughter, 4915 Porter ave. s.e.. MAR GARET A. WILSON, beloved wife of the late William H Wilson. She Is survived by three daughters. Mrs. Kath erine Suit. Miss Ruth Wilson and Miss Edith Wilson: one sister, Mrs. Nona Campbell of Washington. D. C.. and a brother. Quincy E. Wood of At lantic City. N. J. She also is survived by two granddaughters. Mrs. Lola Kuell and Mrs. Katherine King, and three great-grandchildren. Friends are in vited to call at the Ritchie Bros. Fu neral Home. Upper Marlboro. Md. Re quiem mass will be celebrated at St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Upper Marl boro. Md.. on Thursday. May 28. at 9 a.m. Interment Mount Carmel Ceme tery, Upper Marlboro. Md. 27 YATES, COL JULIAN E.. U. 8. A. (re tired). Os 3803 Huntington st. n.w., on May 24. 1953. husband of Janet W. Yates, father of Mra. Daniel P. Buckland of Fort Riley. Kans. Re mains at Chambers’ Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w. Services at Fort Myer Chapel. Fort Myer, Va.. on Wed nesday. May 27, at 9 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. ZOLL. ALICE MARIE. On Monday. May 25. 1953. at Arlington Hospital. ALICE MARIE ZOLL of 1602 North Danville st.. Arlington, Va.. beloved mother of Thomas J. Hughes of New York City, Joseph W. Connelly of Washington D. C.. and Harry V. Zoll of Arlington. Va.: sister of George Cox of Alhambra. Calif. Friends may call at the Fitz gerald Funeral Home, 3245 Wilson blvd.. Arlington, Va. A requiem mass will be offered at St. Charles' Church on Wednesday. May 27. at 9:30 a.m. In terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 4tt ifflmarntm CROOKE. OLIVETTE O. In loving mem ory of my sincere friend. OLIVETTE O. CROOKE. who fell asleep three years ago today, May 26, 1950. Memories are the fragrance When the ros* Itself Is gone; Memories of my dear friend i Will linger on and on. i HER DEVOTED FRIEND. MARIE J. i SMITH. * : HOWARD. ALVERDA STEWART. The I loving thoughts of our devoted mother. : Mrs. ALVERDA STEWART HOWARD, i who left us here Ascension morn. May : 26. 1927. The fragrance of her memory It everlasting THE DAUGHTERS OF HER UNION. WITH THE REVEREND WILLIAM JAMES HOWARD. HOWELL, HILDA C. In loving memory of my dear niece. HILDA C. HOWELL, who passed away seven years aso to day. May 26. 1946. Though our hearts may break with sorrow By the grief so hard to bear. We shall meet her some bright morning In the upper garden there. HER LOVING AUNT. ETHEL F. STEEN. » MCCARTHY. DENNIS F. In lovins re membrance of our dear father, DENNIS F. MCCARTHY, who departed this life nineteen years ago today. May 26. 1934. HIS LOVING CHILDREN. « MCCLELLAN, VICTORIA C. In loving memory of our dear mother and grand mother. victoria c. McClellan. who departed this life eight years ago today. May 26, 1945. Mother, your life la a beautiful garden In the sunshine of perfect peace. We miss your smile end loving ways. The memory of those happy days: Beautiful thoughts are all we have left Os one we loved and never will forget. YOUR DEVOTED DAUGHTER. ETHEL M DODSON. AND GRANDSON, W. ; W. WILSON. * R1 4 A .x ■ v % COL. JULIAN YATES Medal, and a silver medal from the French government for his work with the French Public Health Service. Wake Forest College awarded him a doctor of divinity degree in 1930. In addition to his widow, Col. Yates is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Daniel P. Buckland, Fort Riley, Kans. Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. tomorrow in Fort Myer Chapel. Burial will be in Ar lington Cemetery. William L. Frierson, Ex-Solicitor General •y the Associated Press COLUMBIA. Tenn., May 26. William L. Frierson of Chatta- I nooga, former Solicitor General | of the United States in the Wil : son administration, died of a i cerebral hemorrhage last night. He would have been 84 in Sep tember In 1916 he was named as a special justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court and in 1917 President Wilson appointed him Assistant Attorney General. Three years later he became Solicitor General. One of his most important lawsuits in the Federal post was the defense of the Eighteenth Amendment and the Volstead Act, which Congress enacted to implement the amendment. Mr. Frierson represented the Department of Justice for six months under the Harding ad ministration, clearing cases pending in the Supreme Court! when the new President took office. Mrs. Allan Rutherford, Formerly Adive in Bridge Mrs. Allan Rutherford, former president of the Women’s Aux iliary of the American Bridge League, died Sunday in Balti more after a short illness. The wife of Col. Rutherford, a native of Washington, she was Marjorie Burch Wolff before her marriage. Mrs. Rutherford was born in Plattsburg, N. Y. The Rutherfords lived here at various times, but moved to Baltimore in the late 19305. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Rutherford is survived by two sisters-in-law. Graveside services will be held at 1:45 p.m. tomorrow in Ar lington National Cemetery, fol .lowing funeral services in Balti more. The family requests that no flowers be sent. In JHmoriam ROCK. WILLIAM r. ("BUSTER’’). SB. In loving remembrance of our dear husband and father. WILLIAM F. (“BUSTER”) ROCK. Sr., who passed away eight years ago. May 26. 1945. They say time heals all sorrow And helps us to forget. But time so far has only proved I How much we miss you yet. WIFE. MIDGE"; DAUGHTER. MAR GARET. AND SON. SNOOK • SCOTT. GEORGE W. and ELIZABETH J. In loving memory of my dear father. GEORGE W. SCOTT, who passed away twenty-seven years ago today. May 26. 1926. and my dear mother. ELIZA BETH J. SCOTT, who passed so sud denly March 24, 1934. I Your memory will always be in my heart. YOUR DEVOTED DAUGHTER. MABEL SCOTT KNIGHT. SELDON, JOSEPH. In gad but loving remembrance of our father and father in-law, JOSEPH SELDON. who passed away ten year* ago today. May 26. Your memory will always "b* cher ished in our hearts. YOUR LOVING DAUGHTER AND SON IN-LAW, ETHEL AND McRAE WIL- LIAMS. * SMARTi FRANK. JR. In loving memory of our dear son. FRANK SMART. Jr., who passed away twenty-one years ato today. May 26. 19.32. Days of saddness still come over us, Hidden tears so often flow; Memories keep you always near us. Though you left us twenty-one years aco HIB LOVING MOTHER AND FATHER.* WILLIAMSON. FLORENCE B. A tribute of love and devotion to the sacred memory of our darling mother, grand mother and friend. FLORENCE B. WILLIAMSON, who departed this life i one year ago. May 26, 1952. Sometimes It's hard to understand Why some things have to be. But in His wisdom. God had planned Beyond our power to see. In our hearts there is a picture More precious than silver and gold: i It is a picture of our mother. Whose memory will never grow old. HER DEVOTED CHILDREN. CHESTER. FLORENCE AND SARAH. GRAND SON. CHESTER; GRANDDAUGHTER. FLORENCE; FRIEND. MOL LI E PERRY. • Established 1950 JOSEPH OaWXER’S SONS. IHC FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1750-58 Pennsylvania Ava. N.W. (Just West of the Whit* Hawse) NAtienal 8-5312 1309 N. Edge wood St., Arlington (A block off Wilton Blvd.) JAckson 8-5550 IN ARLINGTON IVES FUNERAL HOME Est. 1910 High production methods are not a part of cour teous respectful funeral service. Our personally conducted service is based on the fact that each family we serve Is worthy of our full consideration. Our complete service Includes the use of our conveniently located and graciously appointed funeral home. ARLINGTON’S FIRST AND FINER FUNERAL HOME 2847 WILSON BLVD. JACKSON 7-3016 (Om Wilt— Blvd. •ear Stmt) Mrs. Louise Waggaman, Lifelong Resident of Area Mrs. Louise W. Waggaman, 64, a lifelong resident of the area and the mother of six children, died of a heart attack yester day after be ing taken to W’' A 1 e x a n d ria Hospital. gamanwasthe S daughter of m the late Enoch ' fl and Rosa S tended the Georg etown Convent. She remained ac tive in the convent’s **«• w»gg«m»«. alumni group throughout her ; life. She is survived by her hus band. William H. Waggaman, 220 South Lee street in Alex- j andria; six children, and 10 grandchildren. Her children are William H. Waggaman. jr., of Newark. Del.; Louis W. Waggaman and Mrs. Walter L. Beck, both of Balti more; Rtrs. Thomas A. Callagy, 31, and Mrs. Edwin C. Rogers. 27, both of Memphis. Tenn., and Miss Josephine A. Waggaman, who lives at the home address. , Harold G. Waffs, Retired Pepco Clerk Harold G. Watts, 65, retired chief clerk of the Potomac Elec tric Power Co., died Sunday in Casualty Hospital of a heart ail ment. Born in Denton, Md., Mr.! Watts was brought to Washing- , ton at the age of 3. He attended ! public schools here, and was J graduated from the National University Law School. He was a member of the District Bar. Mr. Watts joined the power company in 1913, and worked there 38 years. FronV 1941 to his retirement in 1952 he was chief clerk. He was an active member of the First Methodist Church of Bradbury Heights. Md. and be-! longed to the Naval Masonic Lodge. His widow, Mrs. Cecil Watts and daughter, Mildred Watts,; both of 641 D street S.E., survive him. Services will be held at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Lee Fu neral Home, Fourth street and Massachusetts avenue N.E. Burial will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery. A. J. Leach, Civil Service Chief in New Orleans A. J. (Al> Leach, director of the Civil Service Commission's 10th regional district in New Or leans, died here Saturday night of a heart attack as he arrived at a party in honor of Clarence Edwards, the CSC’s retiring ex ecutive director. Mr. Leach, who worked in the commission’s offices here during the war as a liaison officer with the various agencies on personnel matters, had arrived In Washing ton last week to discuss his fu ture assignment with the CSC. The commission several weeks ago ordered the closing of the 10th regional office which Mr. Leach headed. The 44-year-old official was in vited to a party Saturday night held in the home of a CSC em ploye in honor of Mr. Edwards. Guests heard the sound of some one falling on the porch and dis covered Mr. Leach had collapsed ; at the door. Mr. Leach was married and had three children. Burial will be in New Orleans. Sydnor B. Penick, 71, Drug Manufacturer By ths Associated Frets MONTCLAIR, N. J., May 26. 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He said also that Frank Weakly, formerly president of Washington Properties, will become chair man of its board. Mr. Henderson will be president. Five Directors Remain. Five directors who served j prior to the change in control will remain and six have been added, expanding the board to 11. New directors include Mr.! Henderson, Robert Moore, vice president and treasurer of Shera ton Corp.; Page Browne, Irvine Shubert and Elmer Boswell, all vice presidents of Sheraton Corp., and Eugene Eppley, presi- i dent of Eppley Hotels. Directors who have served pre viously include Mr. Weakly, James H. Lemon, George G. Shriver, George E. Allen and Ed win W. Leveling, jr. Mr. Moore will serve as vice president and treasurer of Wash ington Properties and Mr. Shu- j bert becomes vice president and j secretary. Mr. Browne will be a j vice president under the new | management. To Push Remodeling. Mr. Henderson said that ex- j pensive remodeling and redecor- ' ating of the Sheraton Park Hotel! will go forward immediately. j Rearrangement of suites and the addition of a large banquet room are among the contem plated changes. The new management plans few immediate changes at the Sheraton-Carlton. That estab lishment is in splendid condition as a result of previous mainte nance work. Mr. Henderson said. Meanwhile, it was revealed that the Shoreham Hotel also is planning a new banquet hall ■ which will seat 2,000 persons. I JV. R. Frank Hines, President Washington $ Foremost Funeral Home Since 1973 !£s S.H.Hinet Company 2901-03'05'07 Fourteenth Street N.W. 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(jsetar Hill Wailieifton ’$ 711 oil Geatalifut Cemetery Treasury to Borrow $4 Billion This Year, Officials Indicate By ths Associated Press The Treasury has indicated that Government borrowing of new money in the current fiscal year will be more than S 4 billion. It had previously indicated that cash needs by June 30. the end of the fiscal year, would be about $2 billion. Part of the new cash need arose from an announcement by Secretary Humphrey late yester day that a refunding offer made last week—at the highest interest rate in two decades on a cam parable offer—had achieved only 84 per cent success. This meant the Government would have to redeem in cash about 16 per cent or S9OO million of two maturing Government se curities which it offered to re fund in a new one-year certifi cate of indebtedness paying 2 5 * per cent interest. These were the debt develop ments that gave a tipoff to likely borrowing: 1. Secretary Humphrey said preliminary reports indicate that exchanges on his refunding offer 1 will amount to $4,970,000,000. Those eligible to exchange ; maturing securities for the new 2*4 per cent certificate were holders of an 11-month certifi cate maturing June 1 and bear ing V/a per cent interest, total ing $4,962,000,000 and holders of a 2 per cent bond issued in 1940 and called for redemption on June 15, totaling $724,677,000. | Unless later reports due tomor | row change the picture, the I Treasury will have to lay out about S9OO million cash to re deem maturing certificates and bonds whose holders prefer cash to the new certificates. 2. Secretary Humphrey called for bids on SBOO million worth of tax anticipation bills. This would just about make up for the cash drain on the Treasury from the maturing certificates and bonds to be redeemed in cash. This was the earliest tax anticipation bill offering ever made by the Treas ury. 8. A Treasury official said in answer to a query the Treasury now plans to borrow before June 25 about $2.3 billion new money through 91-day Treasury bills, instead of $1 billion which th« treasury had previously set as a goal.