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► THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
With Regard to a
Card of Thanks
Vary often o card of thank* in
Tho Star meet* a need which can
hardly be solved in any other woy
Not only is it a gracious expression
of grcMude to those who hove sent
florol tributes, but also courteously
acknowledges the services and kind
nesses of the many to whom a per
sonal note of thanks cannot wall be
moiled or whose names and ad
dresses are not known. Insertion ot
j card ot thanks may be arranged
by telephone to The Star, ST 3-5000.
The Evening and Sunday Star
<£arh at (Uljattka
GILLAM. JOHN R. The family of the
late JOHN R. GILLAM wish to thank
the ministers, the Office of Naval In
telligence and the many friends, neigh
bors and relatives for the floral tributes
and many cards and. telegrams sent
the family during their bereavement.
ADAMS. WILLIAM. On Saturday, July
31, 1954. WILLIAM DAVIS of 4816
Alabama ave. s.e.. beloved lather ot
William L., Ir.. and Louis Howard
Adams. Mrs. Sally Turner of Rich
mond. Va.. and Mrs. Priscilla Tucker
of Philadelphia. Pa.; grandfather of
Ixmis. Creed Adams and Mrs. Mary
L. Harris; other relatives and friends
also survive. After 6:30 p.m. on Tues
day. August 3. friends may call at Rob
inson Funeral Home 1313 6th st. n.w..
where funeral services .will be held on
Wednesday, August 4. at 1:30 p.m.
Interment Wnodlawn Cemetery. 3
BARNES. ELLA. On Monday. August 2.
1954. ELLA BARNES Os 145 D st. s.e.
Notice of funeral later. Arrangements
by Jarvis.
August 1. 1954. ELIZABETH BEHRENS,
beloved wife of the late Francis Behrens,
aunt of Marie Brahler. Charles Brabier.
Alma Caporale of Washington. D. C.
and Car! Ricks of Castro Valley. Calif.
Funeral from the W. K- Huntemann
Funeral Home 5732 Oa. ave., on
Wednesday. August 4. at 10 a.m. Rela
tives and friends invited to attend. In
terment Rock Creek Cemetery. 3
BOSTON ROBERT. On Saturday, Jul*
31. 1954. ROBERT BOSTON of 617
Princeton pi. n.w., husband of Mrs.
Blanche L. Boston, father of Mrs. Lil
lian Powell. Mrs. Ethel R. Lathern,
Langdon R. Boston. Mrs. Annie Gilliam,
Elsie Boston and Mrs. Dorothy Cal
houn; brother of John Boston. He also
Is survived by six grandchildren, other
relatives and many friends. After 3 p.m.
Tuesday. August 3. friends may call
at his late residence. Funeral Wednes
day August 4. at 1:30 p.m. at the
Asbury Methodist Church. 11th and K
sts. n.w. Tnterment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. Arrangements by Frazier. 3
BOtVIE, ANNIE J>. On Sunday. August
1. 1954, at her residence. 1343 Morris
rd. s.e.. ANNIE D. BOWIE, the beloved
sister of Joseph T. Blount and Frances
Talbert. Also surviving are other rela
tives and friends. After 5 p.m. Tues
day. August 3. friends may call at the
Walter E. Hunter Funeral Home. 2513
Sheridan rd. s.e., where services will
be held Wednesday. August 4. at 1
fi.m., Rev. Willie B. Allen officiating,
nterment Woodlgwn Cemetery.
gust 1, 1954. at Garfield Hospital.
ALFRED J. BRADLEY, beloved son of
the late John L. and Mary E. Bradley;
also surviving are one brother. Louis
E. Bradley, and two sisters. Mrs. Cora
Johnson and Mrs. Anna Hymon of
Washington. D. C.; two nieces. Miss
Rosa Scott. Mrs. Edith Davis; two
nephews. Daniel Blackwell and George
Bradley; a sister-in-law Mrs. Ethel
Bradley, and u host of other relatives
and friends. Remains resting at the
Cornish & Cornish A Son Funeral
Home 2121 ’ OtH st. n.w. Notice of
funeral later. 3*
August 1, 1954. CATHERINE E. BRENT
of 234% P st. n.w.. wife of Boobie E.
Brent, mother of Eugene. Joseph and
Bobbie Butler; daughter of Mrs. Aadie
- Caroline, sister ot James Caroline and
Laurencena Thomas, other rdUtlves
and many friends also survive. After
4 p.m. Tuesday. August 3. friends tnay
call at Frazier’s Funeral Home, j. 389
Rhode Island ave. n.w. Funeral Wed
nesday. August 4. at 11 a.m., et Frank
lin Nash Methodist Church.- Lincoln
rd. and You st. n.e. Interment Wood
lawn Cemetery.
Saturday. Juiy 31. 1954. at Yosemite
National Park Hospital. MARTHA
POWELL BULLOUGH, wile of the late
J Howard Bullough, sister of Mrs.
Elizabeth Powell Leer of West Lafay
ette, Ind. Friends may call at the Lee
Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave.
n.e.. after 11 a.m. Wednesday. August
4. where services will be held at 2:30
p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
(Richmond. Va., papers please copy.)
August 2. 1954, at Hahnemann Hos
pital, Washington. D. C.. FRANCES
CLEMENTS, wife of Le Roy Clements,
mother of Maryan. Funeral services
on Wednesday. August 4, at 2 p.m..
from Truro Episcopal Church. Fairfax.
Va. Interment private. Contributions
may be made to the American Cancer
Society in lieu of flowers. Remains
resting at the Everly Funerai Home,
Fairfax. Va.
July 31, 1954, at D. C. General Hos
pital. GEORGIA COLBERT. She leaves
to mourn her passing many devoted
friends. Remains resting at Horton’s
Mortuary. 1324 You st. n.w., where
services will be held Wednesday. August
4. at 12 noon. Interment Woodlawn
CURRY. WILLIE. Suddenly, on Sunday,
August 1. 1954, WILLIE CURRY Os
610 3rd st. s.e.. beloved husband of the
late Willa Mae Curry, devoted father
of Mrs. Zenobia Powell. Melvin M. and
Drayton Curry. He also leaves to
mourn his passing a sister, Mrs. Jessie
Sears of Savannah. Ga.: • daughter-in
law. Johnnie B. Curry, and three grand
children, Dianne and Stephen Curry,
and Elnora Powell, and a host of other
relatives and friends* Remains rest
ing at the John T. Rhlnes A Co. Fu
neral Home, 901 3rd st. s.w., where
friends may caH alter 4 p.m. Wednes
day, August 4. and where funeral serv
ices will be held Thursday, August 5.
at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. 4
day, August 1. 1954, at Freedman’s
of 4300 Edmondson rd.. Bladensburg.
Md.. mother of John Daily. Also sur
viving are six nephews, one niece, two
great-nieces. two great-nephews, a
fodchlld. other relatives and many
riends. After 4 pjn. Tuesday. Au
gust 3, friends may call at Henry S.
Washington Sc Sons Puneral Home,
4925 Deane ave. n.e. Mass will be
offered at 9:15 a.m. Wednesday. Au
gust 3. at St. Jerome’s Catholic Church.
Hyattsville. Md. Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
tery. Please omit flowers.
denly, on Monday, August 2. 1954, at
DAVIES. Sr., beloved husband of Mamie
Tompkins Davies, father of Hawes
Thornton Davies, fr., and Mrs. Eliza
beth Lynn of Manassas, Va.: James
Jenkyn Davies of Alexandria. Va.:
Lrandfather of Craig Lynn and Beth
ynn. Services from Trinity Episco
pal Church. Manassas. Va., on Thurs
day, August 5, at 2:30 p.m.. EOT. 4
August J. 1954. at his residence. 1216
beloved husband of Frances A. Deuchar
and uncle of Mrs. Edna R. Sullivan.
Owen K. Cameron and Daniel E.
Cameron of Washington, D. C. Re
mains resting at Hysong’s Funeral
Home 1300 N st. n.w.. where services
wll be held on Wednesday. August
4 at 11 am. Relatives and friends
invited to attend. Interment Glenwood
Cemetery. 3
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DRAKE. ARTHUR. On Saturday. July
31. 1964. ARTHUR DRAKE of 21-A
Bates st. n.w.. beloved husband of
Mary Drake father of Cornelia Peter
son. Maggie Smith. James Drake. Mary
Davis and James Peterson. He also is
survived by 22 grandchildren, 12 great
grandchildren. a host of other relatives
and friends. The late Mr. Drake may
be viewed at the Stewart Puneral Home.
30 H st. n.e.. after 4 p.m. Wednesday.
August 4 where services will be held
Thursday. August 5. at U a.m, Inter
ment T io-oh Memorial Cemetery. 4
ment Greenwood. 8. C. 4
31. 1954. FRANK R. DUNCAN Os 706
9th st. s.e., beloved husband of Annie
Duncan. He also leaves four daugh
ters, four sons, two granddaughters,
one grandson, five brothers, one sister
and many other relatives and friends.
Friends may call at the funeral home
of Alexander 8. Pope 414 15th st. s.e.
Funeral Wednesday, August 4, at 1:30
p.m., from Cub Run Baptist Church.
CentreviUe. Va. Intermant Centre
ville. Va. •
DUNN. FRANCES. On Sunday. August
1. 1954. FRANCEB DUNN of 1768 T
st. n.w., beloved mother of Mra. Bessie
Fantroy. Mrs. Eula Johnson.. Mrs.
Frances Lessane and James A. Dunn.
Also surviving are one sister. Mrs.
Phyllis Jones; 12 grandchildren, four
great-grandchildren, other relatives and
many friends. From 2 to 11 p.m.
Tuesday August 3, friends are invited
-o call at the McGuire Puneral Home.
1820 9th at. n.w. Puneral private. 3
gust 1. 1954. BUBIE C. FEDERLINE. j
formerly of 3721 36th st.. Mount
Rainier. Md.. beloved aunt of Mrs.
Elizabetn Hastings and Joseph T.
Federllne Friends may call at Nalley’s
Puneral Home 3200 R. I. ave. at
Eastern ave. n.e. Puneral on Wednes
day. August 4. at 8:30 a.m.. thence
to st. James' Catholic Church where
mass will be offered at 9 am. for
the <-epose of her soul. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Bt. John's
Cemetery. Forest Glen, Md. Sodality
will recite the rosary on Tuesday.
August 3 at 8 p.m. 3
FISHER. FLOBEAD. on Monday, August
2. 1954, FLOREAD FISHER of 320
Livingston ter. s.e., the wife of the
late Jacob Fisher, mother of Ruth
Thompson and Vera and Nina Fisher.
Archie. Brannon. Maxwell. Harvey and
Walter Fisher. Friends may call at
the Lee Funeral Home, 4th and Mass,
ave. n.e., until 7 p.m. Tuesday. August
3. Interment in Clarksburg, W. Va.
Thursday July 29. 1954, at Baltimore,
wife of Norman E. Fowlkes, daughter
of the late William and Lucinda
Powell, sister of Mrs. Fannie Beal.
Mrs. Msbel Ford. Mrs. Lorraine Fitz
gerald. Mrs. Doris Craig. John. William.
Marshall Roland. Warren and Andrew
Powell. She also is survived by a
mother-in-law Mrs. Ethel Gafford;
other relatives ancf friends. Remains
may be viewed after 5 p.m. Tuesday,
August 3 -it Barnes Sc Matthews Fu
neral Home. 614 4th st. s.w. Puneral
Wednesday August 4. at 1 p.m. from
Becond Baptist Church. 2nd and N
sts. s.w.. Rev. J. A. Brown officiating.
Tnterment Arlington National Cemetery.
AIT HER. ABBIE J. On Saturday. July
of 1604 15th st. n.w., beloved sister
of Miss Ruth E. Lockley and Mrs.
Maude L. Dixon. She also is survived
by a devoted brother-in-law. Maurice
Gaither; two nephews. Clarence E.
Bmith and Walter T. Dixon, and other
relatives »nd friends. Remains resting
with L. E. Murray A Son. 1337 10th
st. n.w where friends may call after
4 p.m. Wednesday. August 4. Funeral
Thursday. August 5. at 1 p.m. from
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. Rev. Dil
lard Brown officiating. Interment Har
mony Cemeterv. 4
GAITHER. ABBY J. Officers and mem
bers ol Mecca Court. No. 2,' Daughters
of Isis, are hereby notified of the death
of Daughter ABBY J. GAITHER. Serv
ices 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. August 4.
1904, at Murray’s Funeral Home. 1337
10th st. n.w. Funeral from St. Luke’s
P- E. Church. 15th and Church sts.
n.w.. Thursday. August 5. at 1 p.m.
, PHYLLIB WELCH. 111. Comdr.
GAITHER, ABBIE J. Officers and mem
, ,»■ bers of Columbia Temple. No.
422. I. B. P. O. E. of W.. met
in session of sorrow Satur
ußßf/ day, July 31, 1954. for Daugh
services will be held at 8:30 ,
p.m., Wednesday. August 4, at
the L. E. Murray Funeral Home. 1337
10th st. n.w. Funeral Thursday. Au
gust 5. at l p.m., from the St. Luke's
Episcopal Church.
GIBSdIS. JOHN T. On Sunday, August
1. 1954. JOHN T. GIBSON of 1219
Girard st. n.w., beloved father of Mrs.
Grace Farrier, Mrs. Florence Cunning
ham. Mrs. Irene Hawkins. Mrs. Lillian
Hudson, Mrs. Morrece Thompson, Car
rie, Ellis. Rev. W. H. Gibson. John P.
Walter, Roady. Robert and Benjamin
Gibson. He also is survived by 15
*£?A d £‘}“ dre . n * nd great-grand
chiidllD. ' Alter a p.m. Wednesday. Au
gust 4. friends are invited to call at
the .Jarvis Funeral Church. 1432 You
st. lj,w. Funeral services and Inter
ment at OBUett, va.. Thursday, Au
gust 5. 4
gust 1, 1954. at his residence, 603 Sa
vannah st. s.e., EDWARD A. GIBSINO,
beloved husband ol Helen A. Giesing
inee San Felllpo) and father of Jane,
Patricia. Frances and Edward A. Gie
sing. jr Funeral from tne above resi
dence on Thursday. August 5, at 8:30
a.m.. thence to Church of Assumption,
where mass will be offered at 9 a.m.
for the repose of his soul. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 4
GREEN, HIRAM K. On Bunday, August
1. 1954, at Fairfax Lodge Nursing
Home. HIRAM K. GREEN, beloved hus
band of Margaret Pow Green, father of
Frederick H. Green of Fairfax, Va.
Friends may call at the 8. H. Hines
Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.,
alter 12 noon Tuesday. August 3. Serv
ices from the above funerai home on
Wednesday, August 4. at 10 a.m. In
terment private. In lieu of flowers con
tributions may be made to the Heart
1954, wife of the late George L. Grinder,
motner of Mrs. William A. Neumann.
Mrs. C. Robert Gray and George H.
Grinder, U. 8. A. F.; sister of Miss
Edna Cissel, Mrs. Maud Fugltf and
Mrs. Naomi Swann. Services at Cham
bers Funeral Home. 617 11th st. s.e..
Thursday. August 5. at 2:30 p.m. In
terment Congressional Cemetery.
day. August 1. 1954. at Doctors Hos
ol John H. Grunwell. daughter of the
late Alfred B. and Jane Vanderwerken
Grunwell. sister of Mrs. Walter C.
English. Charles V. Grunwell. John
R. Grunveil and the late Lt. Comdr.
-Alfred G. Grunwell. Services at the
Birch Funeral Home, 3034 M st. n.w.,
on Wednesday August 4. at 11 a.m.
Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. 3
IfARE, ROBERT J. (Bob). Suddenly, on
Monday, August 2, 1954, at Prince
Georges General Hospital. Cheverly.
Md.. ROBERT J. (Bob) HARE of
5221 Varnum st., Bladensburg, Md..
beloved husband of Grace W. Hare,
and father of David and Linda Hare.
He also is survived by a brother.
James H. Hare. Friends may call at |
Gasch’s Fuheral Home, Hyattsville, Md.,
wljere services will be held on Wednes
day. August 4. at 2:30 p.m. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Fort
Lincoln Cemetery.
HARE. ROBERT J. Members of Pipe
® fitters Local, No. 602, are
notified of the death of
who died at PrinCe Georges
Hospital. Monday. August 2.
>954. This is death No.
FRANK J. LUCAS. Sr.. President. 4
HENNIG. HENRY J. On Monday. Au
gust 2, 1954. at the Arlington Hospital.
HENRY f HENNIG. father of Harry L.
Henning of Chamblee. Oa.. and Robert
L. Henning of Arlington, Va.; brother
of Frederick J. Hennig of Needham.
Mass. Friends may call at Gawler’s
Chapel, 1766 Pa. ave. n.w. Grave
side services will be held at Arlington
National Cemetery on Thursday. Au
gust 5. at 2 p.m. Friends wishing to
attend may assemble at Memorial Gate
at 1:50 p.m, 4
HERMAN, W. SCOTT. On Saturday. July
31, 1954, W. SCOTT HERMAN, hus
band of the late Nettle L. Herman,
grandfather of Ina F. Herman. Me
morial services will be held at a date
to be announced later..
Sunday. August 1. 1954. at Emergency
HILL, beloved husband ol Katherine i
Strickler Hill, uncle ol John G. Conkey,
Mrs. W. Royce Powell Capt. George L.
Conkey, U. 8. N., and Lt. Comdr. C.
Snowden, U. S N. R. Mass will be of
fered at St. Matthew’s Cathedral. Rhode
Island and Conn. aves. n.w.. on Wed
nesday. August 4. at 10 a.m. Inter
ment private.
Island ave. n.e.. on August 1. 1954;
mother of Mrs. Clara V. Miller. Mrs.
Jessie F. Brent and Mrs. Rose E. Come:
sister of Wheeler Delawder of Mount
Jackson. Va. Services at Chambers’
Funeral Home. 5801 Cleveland ave..
Riverdale. Md.. on Wednesday. August
4. at 10 a.m. Interment Port Lincoln
HORN, EMIL. On Monday. August 2.
1954. at Riverside Convalescing Home.
Fredericksburg, Va., EMIL HORN ol
Arlington, Va.. father of Walter E.
Horn. The body rests at the T. D.
Marks Puneral Home, Warsaw. Va.
Funeral services and Interment on
Wednesday. Auaust 4, at 5 -p.m., EST,
at Lebanon Methodist Church. Temple
mans. Va.
denly. on Monday, August 2. 1954,
4304 l.‘ith 01. n.e., the beloved husband
of Gertrude L. Hubbard. Funeral from
the James. T. Ryan Funeral Home. 317
Pa ave. s.e.. on Wednesday. Au
gust 4. at 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass at
the National Shrine of the Immacu
late Conception, Catholic University of
Amerloa. at 10 a.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Richmond, j
Ind. <Baltimore, Md., papers please ;
I. 1954, mother of Mrs. Horace L.
Pettit, sister of Mrs. Melvin Hackett
ol Miami Fla.; Richard E. and John H.
Keister. Also survived by three grand
children. Prayers at Chambers Pu
neral Home. 617 11th st. S.S.. Thurs
day. August 5. at 8:30 a.m. Mass tat
St. Peter's Church. 2nd and C sts. s.e..
at 9 a.m. Interment Columbia Gardens.
gS5?i. TKf W-J!,.Mss
geerher it n .w., VERA PEARL
KEUHNE. beloved wife of Grover C.
Keuhne mother of Richard W. Keuhne.
w ‘ lm «E Marsh of Ridge
vllle, Ind.. O, A. Miller of Trenton,
N-J , J°4*Ph F. Miller of Houston. Tex.,
and Miss Gwendolyn Miller of Trenton.
N J.: also survived by one grandson.
Friends and relatives era invited to
call at the De Vol Funeral Home, 2224
Wis. aye. n.w. Puneral services at the
above funeral home on Wednesday. Au
1° *.m. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers,
friends are asked to make donations
to the Cancer Fund. 3
RING, SAMUEL. On Sunday. August 1,
££*£. at Miami F1 ?" SAMUEL KING,
beloved husband of Anna King and
devoted lather of Joseph. Manny. Harry
and Irving King. He also la survived
by a sister. Mrs. Leah Levin of Balti
more, Md and a brother. Hyman
Draeer of Baltimore. Md. Puneral
services at the Bernard Danzansky,
Sc Son Puneral Home. 3561 14th st.
n.w.. on Wednesday. August 4. at 11
a.m. Interment Ohev Bholom Cemetery.
KRAUTi.ER. EDITH G. On Sunday, Au
gust 1 1954. EDITH G. KRAUTLER.
beloved wife of william H. Krautler.
mother of Charles M. and William H.
Krautler. Ir.j sister of Mrs. Mary E.
Bowen. Mrs. Olga Palmer. Mrs. Sadie
O Leary Mrs. Beatrice Hoar. Mrs.
Frances Harvey Charles H. Metcalfe;
elso four grandchildren. Puneral from
the W. W Deal Funeral Home. 481$
Georgia ave. n.w.. on Wednesday. Au
£?»* 1 P.m. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. 3
K and members of Bethlehem
WVjff Chapter. No. 7. O. E. s.. are
Jg? hereby notified of the death
\7 ern Star service at Deale’s
„ _ Funeral Home. 4812 Oa. ave.
&Sa T «sS6.i«“«iSt“ *
K BOYDKN. Wonlyy patron!
Secretary. 8
KRAUTLER. EDITH O. The officers and
members of Col. John Jacob
Astor Auxiliary. No. 7. U. S.
fludn W. V., are requested to as
v -It semble at Deal’s Funeral
Home. 4812 Georgia ave.. on
Tuesday, Auaust 3. 1954. at
. 7:30 p.m.. to conduct serv
£*« „2 ur - late . slst « r ' EDITH O.
KRAUTLER. By order
children. Prayers at Chambers’ Fu-
M. C.. retired; mqther of Ollie Brown,
Monday, August 2. 1954. at the Alex
andria Hospital, GEORGE THEODORE
LEAGUE, husband ol Mildred Welch
league, father of Pamela Jewel
League, brother of Mrs. T. R. Bea
man of Charlotte, N. C.. and Andrew B.
League of Lomlta. Calif. Funeral serv
ices on Wednesday, August 4. at 10
a.m.. from the First Baptist Church.
Alexandria. Va. Interment Forest !
Lawn Cemetery, Richmond. Va. Re
gains resting at the Wheatly Puneral
Home, 809 King st.. Alexandria. Alex
andria Washington Lodge, No. 22.
A. F. and A. M., will hold services at
the grave.
E ’ 1 On Monday. August
2. “t Circle Terrace Hospital.
Alexandria. Va., MINNIE E. LEE of
1121 20th st. 8., Arlington, Va.. be
loved sister of Mrs. Martha Naomi Ford
of Arlington, Va., and aunt of J. E.
Revelle of Cohasset. Mass.: George F.
Revelle. John 8. and Carroll W. Ford
of Arlington, Va.. and Mrs. Nellie Jen
nings of Bowie, Md. Friends may call
at the, Ives Funeral Home, 2847 Wil
son blvd., Arlington. Va. Notice of
funeral arrangements later.
.MASON, EUGENE. On Saturday. July
31 1954, at his residence, Seven Locks
rd.. Cotland. Md.. EUOENE MASON,
beloved husband of Mrs. Leita MasoS.
He also leaves one son. Eugene L.
Mason; one sister. Mrs. Hattie Warner,
and a host of other relatives and
friends After 6 p.m. Monday. August 2,
friends may call at the Robert L.
Snowden Funeral Home. Rockville. Md..
until 9 a.m. Tuesday. August 3. after
which the body will lie In state at
Bigson Grove A M. E. Zion Church.
Seven Locks id.. Cabin John, Md.. where
funeral services will be held at 2 p.m..
Rev J F Mitchell officiating. Inter
ment ’hurrn cemetery. 3
July 28, 1954, WILLIAM MATTHEWS.
Burial in Arlington National Cemetery.
Tuesday, August 3. Arrangements by
MAZEL, IDA. On Monday. August 2,
1954. IDA MAZEL of 769 Upsal st.
s.e.. beloved mother of Mrs. Fred I.
Simon. She also Is survived by a
sister. Mrs. Nathan Radisch ol Hart
lord. Conn.; a„brother. Kalman Tucker
of Chicago, 111.; three grandchildren
and one great-grandchild. Funeral
services at the Bernard Danzansky &
Son Funeral Home. 3501 14th st. n.w..
on Wednesday, August 4, at 2:30 p.m.
Interment Washington Highlands sec
tion, Mount Lebanon Cemetery. 4
August 1. 1954. at her residence,
J 167 S Washington st.. Alexandria,
Va., THEKLA E. McCARTY. wife of
Charles E. McCarthy, mother of Mrs.
William H. Humes. Albuqueraue, N.
Mex.; brother of French M. Emmons
ol Le Land. Fla. Friends may call at
the Demaine Funeral Home. 520 S.
Washington st.. Alexandria, Va.. where
services will be held on Wednesday,
August 4. at 2:15 p.m. Intermeni
will follow In Arlington National
Cemetery. 3
McKENNEY, MABEL. On Friday. July
30. 1954, at her residence. 428 V st.
n.w., MABEL McKENNEY. She is sur
vived by one brother, other relatives
and many inends. Remains resting at
Horton's Mortuary. 1324 You st. n.w..
where services will be held Wednesday.
August 4. at 2:30 p.m. Rev. T. A. Kurtz
officiating. Interment Woodlawn Ceme
Parkland ct. s.e., on August 2, 1954,
wife of Mai. William J. Miller, U. s.
M. C.. Retired; mother ot Olile Brown,
sister of Mrs. Sadie Maddox and Mrs.
Elsie L. Deavers. Services at Cham
bers Funeral Home, 617 11th st. s.e,
Thursday, August 5. at 10 a.m. In
terment Arlington National Cemetery.
gust 1, 1954, at Anne Arundel Gen
eral Hospital, Annapolis. Mu., ETHEL
MAE MILLER ol Shady Sloe. Md., be
loved wife ol Edward E. Miller, mother
of Francis M. Miller and Lyala J.
Price, sister ol Howard M. and Wilfred
R. Suit, Mrs. Edna A. Howe and
Bernice E. Coale. friends may call at
the Birch Funeral Home, 3034 M st.
n.w. Mass will be ottered at Mount
Calvary Catholic Church. Forestvilie.
Md., on Thursday. August 6, at 10 a.m.
Interment Episcopal churchyard. For
estvilie. Md. 4
Friday, July 30. 1954, VkRNORA
BURKE MINTZ of 221 C st. s.w.. be
loved wife 01 Robert Mlntz and mother
of Mrs. Dolly L. Kanada. She also
leaves to mourn their loss. 1 sister.
Mrs. Ruth Williams: a son-in-law.
John D. Kanada; a brother-in-law. John
Williams; four aunts and many other
relatives and friends. After 5 p.m.
Tuesday, August 3. the late Mrs. Mint*
may be viewed at the Morris A. Carter
Sc Co. Funeral Home, 2nd and F sts.
s.w. Services and Interment Wednes
day. August 4, at 1 p.m., from the
First Baptist Church, Gloucester
County, Va.
MURPHY. FRANK M. On Monday. Au
gust 2, 1954, at Walter Reed Hospital,
FRANK M. MURPHY ol 3420 16tn st.
n.w., beloved husband ol Grace T.
Murphy, lather of Francis and John T.
Murphy grandfather of Michael John
Murphy Prayers at the S. H. Hines
Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.,
on Wednesday. August 4. at 8:30 a.m..
thence to the Shrine ol the Sacred
Heart. 16th and Park rd. n.w.. where
the holy sacrifice of the mass will be
offered at 9 a.m. for the repose ol his
soul. Interment Arlington National
»r e &r ROSA. On Saturday, July 31, i
1054, at Augsburg Lutheran Home,
Baltimore. Md.. ROSA NEWTON, be
loved wife of the late Charles H. New
ton. She Is survived by a sister. Mrs.
Emma C. Weeks of Baltimore. Md . and
a niece, Mrs. Milton A. Bosely of Lees
burg, Va. Services at the S. H. Hines
Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w..
on Tuesday. August 3. at 3 p.m. In
terment Oak Hill Cemetery.
day. August 1. 1954. at her residence,
1929 N Capitol st., MINNIE ELIZA
BETH NOAKES. beloved wife of Alfred
Henry Noakes. sr.; mother of Ruth
Elizabeth Smith, Violet Naonß Howlln
and Alfred Henry Smith. Ir. Services
at Oasch's Funeral Home. Hyattsville.
Md.. on Thursday. August 5, at 1 p.m.
Relatives and friends invited. Inter
ment Glenwood Cemetery. 4
day. August 2. 1954, at 4:45 a.m.,
age of 80. lifelong resident of Rich- 1
monfl. Va. Mr. Payne ii survived oy
his wife. Mary Williams Payne; five
children Mrs. John H. Trice of Falls
Churcn Va. Rolland w. Payne ol
Norfolk Va.. Mrs. Beth Payne Strattoh
-bf Silver Sprlpg. Md.. Mra. W. E
Towers of Richmond, Va.. C. Welford
Payne of Richmond. Va.; Sevan grand
chlldret., two great-grandchildren, two
brothers. Albert W. Pavne and Peter
Winston Payne; three sisters. Mrs. Min
nie McTyre, Mrs. Josie Noel. Mrs. Anna
P. Cunningham, all of Richmond. Va. <
Funeral services will be held at the
Joseph W. TlUey Puneral Home. Rich
mond Va.. on Wednesday morning.
August 4. Interment Maury Cemetery.
POWELL. CHARLES 8. On Prtday, July
30. 1954.. at his residence. 120 Florida
ave. n.w.. CHARLES S. POWELL, de
voted husband of Mrs. Willie N. Powell,
brother of Mrs. Georgia A. Patterson,
uncle „f Edward A. Patterson and
Mrs. Dorothy Bank. Many other rela
tives and r rieDds also survive. After
2 p.m. Tuesday. August 3, friends
may call at 'raster's Puneral Home.
389 Rhode bland ave. n.w. Puneral
Wednesday. August 4. at 10:30 a.m.
at the Asburv Methodist Church. 11th
and F. sts. n.w. Intertgant Lincoln
Memorial "emetery. 3
of. 1739 19th st. n.w„ on July 31.
1954, husband of Dclpha M. Scheuch,
father of Rev. Herman Louis Scheuch
of Hblly Hill. Fla., and grandfather
of Rickie L. Scheuch. Services at
Chambers’ Puneral Home. 1400 Cha
pin st. n.w., on Wednesday. August
4. at 1 p.m. Interment George Wash
ington Memorial Cemetery.
SEARCY, MALLIA. Suddenly, on Sunday.
August 1, 1954. s£ her residence. 101 S
Jackson st. n.e.. MALLIA SEARCY, be
loved mother of. Mrs. Sevilla T. Boyd
Os Baltimore. Md.. and Mrs. PrisdHla
T. Wilkes. She also Is survived by
Him grandchildren. Gordon Truman
Boyd. Washington. D. C.: John W.
Boyd and Sevilla C. Carroll of Balti
more, Md.. and four great-grandchil
dren. Bervicaa held at House ol Boyd
Puneral Chapel. 522 Bth st. s.e.. at 2
p.m. Wednesday. August 4. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrange
ments by tha House of Boyd. •
August 2. 1954. at the National Naval
Bethesda, Md.. ANITA
CLAY SELLERS, beloved Rife of the
tate Admiral Edwin Seller* and sister
of Mbs Joseph W. Johnson of Chat
tanooga. Tenn. she also is survived
by several nephews and nieces. In
terment Arlington National Cometery.
5 liSS n«wer» it IS requested that
t Naval Ife,eP Utf T’‘
■’PI ELM AN, HAROLD 8. On Sunday,
i 1- 1854, at Arlington Hospital.
I HAROLD 8. BPIELMAN. beloved hus
i band of Jessie L. Splelman; also sar
-1 vlvet are one brother. Walter G. Spiel
m. o1 * vleß “a- Va. Friends may call
at the funeral home of Money Sc Kina.
J 1 ! Where services will be
held Wednesday. August 4. at 1:30 p.m.
Interment National Memorial Park
Cemetery near Palls Church. Va. (Des
Moines (Iowa) Register please copy.) 3
SVA R. on Monday. August
1954, at her home," boring Lake
Bark, Md, EVA R. TAYLOR, beloved
wby*o/ mk!
Edwin o. ■ tiul Albert Httuey of Rock-
Vine, Md.: J. Robert and Thomas B
thesda-Chevy chase Punffll Home of
Robert A. Pumphrey. Bethesda. Md..
'here wrvlces will be held Thursday,
Augusts, at 2 p.m. Interment Potomac
Methodist Church Cemetery.*
TAYLOR. EVA R. Officers and members
of „ Tomlinson Council. No.
MMO, 105. Daughters of America.
SPHfgB are hereby notified of the
VLK&y death of our 'beloved sister.
Ifflu EVA R. TAYLOR. Services
SBswiip at the Robert Pumphrey Fu-
J!*T . neral Home. Bethesda. Md.,
on Wednesday. August 4, at 8 p.m.
• ™EIMA jlaufer. counselor.
TEETB, HARRY. On Monday, August 2.
1954, at the National Naval Medical
Center. Bethesda, Md., HARRY TEETB
of 2121 N. Pierce at., Arlington, Va..
beloved husband ol Mary Erler Teets
and father of Michael Scott Teets. son
of Elsie H. and Robert R. Teets. Friends
are invited to call at the Bethesda-
Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert
A. Pumphrey, Bethesda, Md.. until 10
pin Tuesday. August 3. Service*
Thursday. August 5, at the F. John
Ramsey Puneral Home. Franklin. N. J.,
at 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers con
tributions may be made to the Warwick
Memorial Cancer Clinic. George Wash
ington University Hospital.
July 30. 1954, at Children’s Hospital.
Frank and Odella Thompson Etts. After
6 p.m. Tuesday, August 3. friends may
call at Dovie G. Brooks and Otis P.
Allen Puneral Home. 12th at. and Florida
ave. n.w.. where services will be held
Wednesday. August 4. at 1 p.m. In
terment Woodlawn Cemetery. 4
TILLMON, MARY. On Saturday, July
31. 1964. at Freedmen’s Hospital.
MARY TILLMON of 620 Columbia rd.
n. beloved wife of James Tillmon, also
surviving are one sister, Julia Hatch;
three stepdaughters, 1 stepson, other
relatives and many friends. After 4
p.m Tuesday, August 3. friends may
call at Henry S. Washington Sr. Sons
Funeral Home, 467 N st. n.w. Funeral
Wednesday. August 4. at 1 p.m.. from
First Baptist Church. Mount Pleasant
Plains. Sherman ave. and Lamont sts.
n.w., Rev. Edward Thomas officiating.
Relatives and friends invited. Inter
ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
August 1 1954. MARY BERTHA VEN
NING of 4015 33rd st.. Mount Rainier.
Md., beloved wife of John Rupert Ven
ning. mother of Mrs. Gladys Kinner,
Norman Rupert Venning and Mrs.
Hazel Schaeffer: grandmother of Nor
man Richard Venning, Jack Alan Kin
ner. Delores and Thelma Venning and
Charlotte Schaeffer. Friends may call
at Nalley’s Funeral Home. 3200 Rhode
bland ave. at Eastern ave. n.e.. where
services will be held on Wednesday.
August 4. at 10 a.m. Relatives and
friends Invited. Interment Glenwood
Cemetery. 3
July 31. 1954, at her residence. 63 L
st. n.e. ANNA E. WASHINGTON, daugh
ter of William and Rosa Washington,
sister of Sadie L. Greene. John Colbert.
Fred. Henry. Granson and Ernest
Washington. She Also Is survived by a
nost of other relatives and friends.
The late Miss Washington may be
viewed at the Stewart Puneral Home,
30 H ut. n.e., after 4 p.m. Tuesday.
August 3. Mass will be offered Wednes
day. August 4. at Holy Redeemer
Church. 210 New York ave. n.w.. at
9 am. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
terv. 3
August 1. 1954. at the George Washing
ton University Hospital, EUGENIA
PERKINS WATTS of 6022 Ames st.
n.e., beloved wife of William H. Watts,
devoted mother of Mrs. Fidelia Tyler.
Mrs. Virginia Best. Mrs. Hannah
Brazier and Raymond Hewlett: step
mother of Mrs. Evelyn Hughes. Mrs.
Mamie Cooke. Miss Thelma and John
W. Watts She also leaves to mourn
their loss one sis*er. Mrs. CalUe Booth;
two brothers. Key and Mason Perkins,
and a host of other relatives and
friends Remains resting at the John
T Rhlnes A Co. Funeral Home. 901
3rd st s.w. where friends may call
after 4 p.m. Tuesday, August 3, until
10:30 a.m. Wednesday. August 4, from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. remains may be
viewed at the Mount Zion Methodist
Church. 29th st. and Dumbarton ave.
n.w., the Rev. C. B. LaOrange offi
ciating Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
Casket will not be open after services.
WtBFTER, MATHEW. On Friday. July
30, 1954. MATHEW WEBSTER of
221 Hollywood pi. n.e., devoted hus
band of Mary A. Webster, son of Mrs.
Dora Webster Davis of East Beckley,
W. Va.: brother of Mrs. Zelma Burke
of Youngstown. Ohio, Mrs. Elizabeth
Thompson of Memphis. Tenn.. Essie
Webster. Mrs Portia- Campbell, Mrs.
Bessie Walllngton and Samuel Webster
of Brooklyn N. Y.. Mrs. Helen Kelly
of Detroit. Mich.. Mrs. Edna Brand
and Samuel Davis of East Beckley, W.
Va.. and Edward Webster of Washing
ton. D C. After 4 p.m. Wednesday.
August 4. friends may call at Frazier's
Funeral Home. 389 Rhode Island ave.
n.w. Funeral Thursday. August 6. at
1 p.m. at the Vermont Avenue Baptist
Church. Rev. C. T. Murray officiating.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery.
WIGGINS. DR. ELMORE C. on Saturday.
Julv 31. 1954. DR. ELMORE C. WIG
GINS. of 2901 14th street n.e beloved
husband of Elsie A Wiggins and de
voted father of Mark D. Browne and
Shirley A Browne. Also surviving r.re
one brother. Fred D. Wiggins of Chi
cago. Illinois, two grandsons, other
relatives, many friends. After 4 p.m.
Tuesdav August 3. friends are invited
to call at the McGuire Funeral Home.
1820 9th st. n.w. Funeral from Plym
outh Congregational Church. 17th and
P sts. n.w.. on Wednesday. August 4,
at 1:30 p.m. Interment Lincoln Me
morial Cemetery. In lieu of flowers,
the family requests that a contribution
be made to the American Cancer
Society. Inc. 3
this life Sunday. August 1, 1954. at
Casualty Hospital. JAMBS PERRY WIL- 1
LIAMS. He leaves to mourn, his
mother. .Mrs. Sarah Williams; three
brothers. Warren. Joseph, tr., and
Marshall; one sister. Louise Williams,
and a host of relatives and friends.
The remains may be viewed after 7
p.m. Tuesday. August 3. Services at the
District Mortician's Funeral Home. 1700
Vermont ave. n.w., Thursday. August 5,
at 1:30 p.m. Interment Woodlawn
Cemetery. Arrangements by L. J.
Langston. Undertakers. 4
urday, July 31. 1964, REV. ORAN
VILLE H. WINFIELD ol 443 Newton pi.
n.w.. beloved husband of Frances N.
Winfield and uncle of William Win
field. He also is survived by other
relatives and friends. Remains rest
ing with L. E. Murray A Son. 1337
10th st. n.w„ where friends may call
after 5 p.m. Tuesday. August 3. Fu
neral Wednesday. August 4. at 1 p.m.,
from Church of Jesus Christ of Apos
tolic Faith. 1230 C st. tie. Interment
Paynes Cemetery. •
On Monday, August 2. 1954. at Emer
flVANS »^PP H sTO“
beloved wife of J. Bernard Wyckoff.
mother of J. Bernard Wyckoff. }r.. of
Amherst. Va.. and Theodore Evans
wyckoff of Menlo Park. Calif.; also
surviving are two brothers. Peyton
Randolph Evans of Washington. D. C..
end the Rev. Theodore Hubbard Evans
of Charlottesville. V*.. and four grand
children. Services et St. John’s Episco
pal Church. Georgetown, on Thursday.
August 5. at 10 a.m. Interment Rock
Creek Cemetery. It is requested that
flowers be omitted. 4
August 1. 1954. at the Washington
of Colesvllle. Md.. beloved brother of
Miss Helen B. Zeigler. Friends may
call at the Takoma Funeral Home.
254 Carroll st., Takoma Park. D. C„
where services will be held on Wednes
day. August 4, at 2 am. Interment
Union Cemetery. Burtonsville, Md.
in JHrmartatti
COLEMAN, JAMES 8. In precious mem
ory of my dear husband. JAMES S.
COLEMAN, wbg passed from his world
of pain to a home of eternal bUss
four year* ago today. August 3. 1960.
Memories are treasure* no on* can
- steal.
Partins leaves heartaches no one can
TUI memory fades and life departs.
You will live forever In my heart.
'")VE COREL. LARRY. In loving mem
ory of our son and brother.
was killed In Korea two
ISOB years ago today. August 3.
| r 1952.
Gone but not forgotten.
May his soul rest In peter
LEWIS. MINNIE. In memory of our
mother MINNIE LEWIS, who passed
away two yaars ago today. August 3.
Through the darkest hours of life,
God’s hand Is always there.
To_ comfort and to guide us.
To sooth* our grief and car*.
God’* love will never faU us,
God’s love is ever true;
U we but put our trust in Him,
Ood wUI see us through.
Dr. John C. Hubbard,
Famed Physicist and
CU Professor, Dies
Dr. John Charles Hubbard. 75,
one of the Nation’s most dis
tinguished physicists, collapsed
and died late yesterday at Cath
olic University, where he was
research professor in ultrasonics.
Dr. Hubbard was found un
conscious about 3:45 p.m„
slumped over his desk in the
basement of McHahon Hall, by
the Rev. Prank A. Gutowski, a
student. Dr. Hubbard was pro
nounced dead 15 minutes later
by Dr. John F. Brennan. Jr„
1704 Michigan avenue NJE.. who
had been treating the physicist
for a heart condition. The body
was removed to the James T.
Ryan funeral home, 317 Penn
sylvania avenue S.E.
A native of Boulder, Colo., Dr.
; Hubbard, who lived at 4304 Thir
teenth place N.E., received his
bachelor of science degree from
the University of Colorado in
He received his doctorate in
philosophy from Clark University
in Worcester, Mass., in 1904. In
1938, he was awarded an honor
ary doctorate in laws from
Loyola College in Baltimore.
Began Teaching.
During 1904 and 1905, Dr.
Hubbard was an instructor in
physics at Simmons College in
Boston, and from 1905 to 1906 he
was assistant professor of physics
at New York University, For the
next four years, he had the same
position at Clark University.
He became professor of physics
at Clark in 1910 and in 1916
headed the physics department
there. From 1916 to 1927 he
headed the physics department
at NYU.
For the next 19 years, he was
professor of physics at Johns
Hopkins University, and was with
that school’s Physics Radiation
Laboratory from 1946 to 1947,
Then he went to Catholic Uni
versity as research professor, the
office he held at his death.
World War I Officer.
Dr. Hubbard’s military record
started as a captain in the Army
Signals Corps and later he be
came a major during World War
I. In World War 11, he was
a member of the National De
fense Research Council and,
from 1943 to 1947, was a tech
nical expert assigned to the
Aberdeen (Md.) Proving ground,
and until death was a consult
ant to this unit.
His associations with organiza
tions in the field of physics were
Dr. Hubbard was a fellow of
the American Academy of Arts
and Sciences, the American
Physicists Society, the Acoustical
Society of American, in which he
Society of America, in which he
American Association for the
Advancement of Science.
He was a member of the Na
tional Research Council from
1931 to 1933, and an officer of
the French Academy in 1919.
His writings were many. They
included a manual of experi
ments in physics, written in
1936; papers on oscillations,
sound waves and ultrasonics and
the phenomenom of vision.
In Editor Roll
He was an associate editor of
the Physical Review from 1931
to 1934. Dr. Hubbard also was
an associate officer of the Naval
Research Laboratory, a member
of Sigma Xi, and the American
Association of University Profes
He was engaged in post-doc
toral research in higher physics.
Students from as far away as
Italy, Turkey, Iran and India
came here to study under him.
Dr Hubbard received the
Mendel Medal from Villanova
College in 1946 for distinguished
work in his field. In addition to
ultrasonics, he specialized in re
lated technical fields, including
the relaxation effects of acous
tics. •
His widow, who survives him
is the former Gertrude Lenore
Pardieck. There also is a sister,
Miss Helen Hubbard, of Phoe
nix, Ariz., and a brother, Ed
ward, of Chico, Calif.
Burial will be in Richmond,
Ind. Services will be held here
at 10 tomorrow morning in the
Shrine of the Immaculate Con
John W. Fisher, 80,
Veteran Ohio Newsman
By the Associated Press
COLUMBUS v Ohio, Aug. 3. j
John W. Fisher, 80, a veteran j
T)hio newspaperman, died at his
home today.
At the time of his death Mr.
Fisher had been a member of
the Dayton Daily News’ Colum
bus Bureau more than 30 years.
In between he had been a print
er’s devil, an editor and a pub
Sti Utanariam
SHIPMAN, BERTHA. In loving memory
who died August 3. 1945.
In our hearts your memory linsert.
Secret tears so ofte* flow;
M *jnory keeps you ever near us.
Thouth you passed nine years ago.
Memory is a golden cjialn.
DeaUj tries to break, but all in vain: j
To have and love and then depart 1
sorrow ot our hearts.
who missed away five years ago today.
August 3. 1949.
No one knows how much we miss you.
No one knows the hitter pain
We have suffered sing* w* loet you.
Life ha* never been the same
No more upon this effth we’ll *e*
Your kind and loving face;
No one in this wide world
Will ever take your place.
UJ t V S G £SLi?#'“- and dado . h -
WARBRN. ELIZABETH. In loving mem
ory of my dear mother. ELIZABETH
WARREN, who departed this life elsht
years ago. August 3. 1948.
Beautiful memories cherished forever
Os happy days we spent together.
Sacred to the memory of our beloved
parents. I'KTER H. WELCH, who de- I
Sorted this life niner year* ago. July
. 1945 and SARAH' E. WELCH, who I
passed away seven yean aso today. :
August 3. 1947, _
Gone are tha faces we loved so Bear.
Silent arc the voices we loved to hear;
Too far array for eight or speech
But ot too far for thought to roach.
Sweet to remember tho** who once
wert hen t
And who. though absent, are lust as I
Taken in 1934.
y. ///// {
Mrs. G. C. Keuhne,
Cancer Victim Who
Won Earlier Siege
Mrs. Grover C. Keuhne, 56,
former archivist for the Presi- I
dent’s Special Commission on
Immigration and Naturalization,
died Sunday of cancer at her
home, 3817 Beecher street N.W.
In 1950, Mrs. Keuhne under- !
went an operation for removal
of her larynx. She trained at
Walter Reed, however, on how to
speak by using the muscles in j
her throat and abdomen. She j
became so good at it that she j
was made a delegate to the First !
International Convention of.
Laryngectomy held in Cleveland
in 1952. Doctors often called on
her to give speech demonstra- :
Mrs. Keuhne was able to re- ,
turn to work. She retired In 1953
when the Commission on Immi- !
gration and Naturalization com
peted its work.
The former Vera Miller, Mrs.
Keuhne was born in Saratoga,
Ind. She came to Washington
in 1917 and began Government
service as secretary to the libra
rian of the Army Medical Li
brary. Later she was with the
Federal Security Agency.
From 1948 to 1952 she was
chief of files and archivist for
the Displaced Persons Commis
sion, co-ordinating displaced per
sons files in the United States
and overseas.
Survivors are her husband, a
retired attorney; a son, Richard
W., 510 Fenwick drive, Alexan
dria; two sisters and two
brothers, Miss Gwendolyn Miller
and O. A. Miller, both of Tren
ton,' N. J.; Joseph F. Miller,
Houston, Tex., and Mrs. Wilmer
Marsh, Ridgeville, Ind., and a
Services will be at 10 a.m. to
morrow at DeVol’s funeral home,
2224 Wisconsin avenue N.W.
Burial will be in Arlington Cem
etery. The family requests that
any tokens of sympathy Tse con
tributed to the cancer fund.
Mrs. C. E. McCarty,
Mrs. Charles E. McCarty,
60, whose husband is manager
of the Potomac Yards in Alex
andria, died Sunday at her home,
1107 South Washington street,
Alexandria. She had suffered a
I stroke in June.
Mrs. McCarty was the former
Thekla Emmons. She was born
in Culpeper, Va. and was reared
in Philadelphia. She lived in
Kansas City, Mo., from 1925 to
1940 when Mr. McCarty was with
the Kansas City Southern Rail- i
road. They had lived in Alex
andria since 1943.
Mrs. McCarty was a member
of the Women of the Rotary in
Besides her husband, she is
survived by a daughter, Mrs.
William H. Hume, Albuquerque,
N. Mex ; a brother, French M.
Emmons, De Land, Fla., and two
Services will be held at 2:15
p.m. tomorrow at Demaine’s fu- j
neral home, Alexandria. Burial
will be in Arlington Cemetery.
| Ls. Col. Robbins, 44,
Officer in Arctic Unit
Lt. Col. Charles A. Robbins,
jr., 44, deputy commanding of
ficer of the Transportation Corps
Arctic Group at Fort Eustis, Va.,
died Saturday at Walter Reed
For the first half of last year ;
he was on the staff of the Army |
Chief of Transportation here and
performed a key role In a study
of scientific techniques and
equipment required for military !
transportation in Arctic areas.
He had been in the Army since !
1940 and formerly was with the |
Far East Command. His home
was in Tacoma, Wash.
Survivors are his widow and
two sons, and his parents and :
twin sister of Washington State.;
Services were to be held today !
at Fort Myer Chapel with burial
in Arlington Cemetery.
Moscow Moslems to Mecca \
MOSCOW, Aug. 3 (if).—Two |
planeloads of Moslems left Mos- j
cow yesterday on a religious pil
grimage to Mecca. The group of
about 100 persons will also visit
U Jjl MABUSjS > 25 i T i
Mrs. J. B. Wyckoff,
Active in Social and
Charitable Endeavors
Mrs. J. Bernard Wyckoff, 59,
active in .Georgetown social and i
charitable endeavors, died last i
night at Emergency Hospital.
She lived at 3252 S street N.W.
The former Harriet McNair
I Evans, Mrs. Wyckoff was born in
j Amherst, Vsl She was a 1915
graduate of Sweet Briar College
and was formerly a member of
the Sweet Briar Alumnae Coun
cil. She was married In 1921 to
Mr. Wyckoff, who is with the
Office of Defense Mobilization.
Mrs. Wykoff was an active
member of St. John’s Episcopal
Church In Georgetown and was
head of the Girls’ Friendly So- 1
Besides her husband, she is
survived by two sons, J. Bernard i
jr„ Amherst, Va.; Theodore E.[ i
Menlo Park, Calif.; two brothers, 1
Peyton R. Evans. 3000 Forty- \
fourth place N.W., attorney with ’
the Washington Newspaper Pub- i
lishers’ Association; the Rev. :
Theodore H. Evans. Episcopal
minister at the University of ■
Virginia, and four grandchildren.
Services will be at 10 a.m. .
Thursday at St. John’s Episcopal
Church, 3244 O street N.W
Burial will be in Rock Creek
; Cemetery. The family requests
! no flowers. (
: Mrs. David Sellers, ■
Widow of Admiral j
Mrs. David Foote Sellers, 76, J
w;dow of Admiral Sellers, who
retired in 1938 as superintendent 1
of the Naval Academy, died yes- x
iterday at Bethesda Naval Hos- <
•pital after a long illness. She ‘
lived at 2216 Wyoming ave- 1
nue N.W. <
The former Anita Clay Evans, I
j Mrs. Sellers was born in Chatta- 1
i nooga, Tenn., and went to
schools in Tennessee and New
England. She was active in the 1
Grey Ladies, Children’s Hospital :
affairs and the DAR. (
Mrs. Sellers and her husband
had maintained a home in
Washington for almost 50 years.
Her husband was Judge Advo
cate General of the Navy from
1929 to 1931 and was Chief of
Naval Operations in 1933. He
died in 1949. <
Survivors are a sister, Mrs. '
Joseph W. Johnson, of Chat- j
tanooga, and several nieces and !
Graveside services will be held
at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at Ar- j
lington Cemetery. The family i
requests that any tokens of sym
pathy may be contributed to
Children’s Hospital or the Naval ,
Relief Society.
Dr. C. C. Brennecke
RALEIGH, N. C., Aug. 3 (IP). ’
Dr. Cornelius G, Brennecke, 47, |
head of the Electrical Engineer
ing Department at North Caro
lina State College, died yesterday
after a ldfig illness. He came to
N. C. State in 1945, after serving
three years at Lehigh University.
Deaths Reported
(From«D. C. Bureau of Vital Statistics.)
E1 «t ab nw A- Bhlpe ’ 95 ' 812 Kennedy
s*£,» 1 j Sit e s 9;), 647 East Canitol st.
M, ave n L w H ° W *' 91, 2101 Connecticut
M *n w E ' ** urray ' 90 ' 1801 Calvert st. ;
imii L » oyd .’ sis - ’tJ. 20 ,mh st - n.w.
E n" /' Jam ? son ' 74 • Gloucester City,
bw vi-1
s°o r ta ave.“°e Ckabee ’ 71 ’ 1737
Franklin E Dove, 68, Arlington. Va.
8 st U< n e E ' Harrls ’ sr ” HB ’ 828 Franklin !
Ma n r *on H. Mann, 62, 337 Maryland ave.
El nw J ' KIDt *' 61 ’ 1613 Harvard j
William J. Cox, 60. 5425 Bth st. n.w. I
Vlc . t „°. r £°™ lne ’ 67 ' 2,32 Massachusetts !
RVC. n.W.
James G. Manuel. 47 2127 K st. n.w
Ba ave n e Wade ’ 38, 200 Rhode Island
Henrietta Carroll, 78, Alexandria Va
Janies T. Williams. 74, Soldiers Home
Lala Hall. 66. Ahosxle, N. C
Lee Simpson, 64, 504 Wl st. n w.
Lena Middleton. 47. 1229 8 st. n.w.
Johni Austin, 4l(. 124 D st. s.e.
Berthli G. Thomas, 43. 1423 R st. n w
Inlant Kent. 813 2nd st. s.w
Sarah M. Harrington. 87, 1111 Const!-
vuiion Rvc. n.e.
Charles M. Wright. 87. 207 V st. n.e.
A *pV*n w Brockington, 85, 5436 30th ;
Mery A. Flood, 85. 3217 7th st. n.e.
Mary C. Leishear. 84, 3713 Warren st.
Frances Catherine Rlgg, 83. 1717 20th
st. n.w.
Fraude Manning, 81. 1330 Columbia rd. 1
Jennie T. S. Shade. 80. 1205 Farratut
st. n.w.
William E. Kocnn. 79. 1600 16th st. n.w
Annie Krucoff. 78. 2717 Woodley pi. n.w
Marlon H. Jones. 72. 3834 Garfield st
Elza V. Goode. 68. Herndon. Va.
Mamie Reid, 65. Triangle. Va.
Nancy T. Johnson. 60, 2712 South Da
kota ave. n.e.
Leona R. k. Sloan. 58. 2001 Connecticut
ave. n.w.
Vera P. Keuhne. 56. 3817 Beecher st.
Elizabeth J. Baker. 48. 6213 Massachu- i
setts ave. n.w.
Eugene P. Harris. 46. Corpus Christ! ;
Howard E. Hasse. 46. Baltimore.
Loida Sa Fran. 44. 1822. North Capitol
Marjorie A. Moravecky, 23. 2223 H st.
William Adams. 87. 4810 Alabama ave.
Maggie V. Elliott. 64. 1326 You st. n.w.
Birsee Davis. 40. 800 North Capitol st.
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(On Wiliam Bird., Near Sean)'
Hiram K. Green, 79,
Retired in 1943
As ICC Examiner
Hiram K. Green, who retired in
1943 as an examiner for the In
terstate Commeroe Commission,
died Sunday
(Ohio) News.
Mr. Oraea. j n 1900 he wa ,
appointed assistant postmaster
in his native Salem. Ten years
later, he Joined the ICC In Den
ver as a clerk-typist and later
was private secretary to Com
missioner Frank McManamy
from 1923 until 1939. He came
to Washington 40 years ago
with the ICC.
When he was 54, Mr. Green
began studying law. He received
his bachelor and master of laws
degrees and master of patent law
from National University.
For a time, Mr. Green was in
the building business. As a part
ner in the firm of Oliver and
Green, he built nearly a score
of houses in the Northwest sec
tion of Washington during the
post-World War I years. After
he retired from the ICC, he was
real estate salesman for Cuvier
A. Metzler.
Survivors are his widow, the
former Margaret Pow of Salem,
with whom he celebrated his gold
en wedding anniversary in 1949;
a son, Frederick H. Green, Cedar
lane, Fairfax, Va., Senate editor
of the Daily Digest of the Con
gressional Record, and two
Services will be held at 10 a m.
tomorrow in the Hines funeral
home, 2901 Fourteenth street
N.W. His ashes will be buried in
Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Mrs. John S. Sewell,
Widow of Army Colonel
Mrs. John S. Sewell, 89, widow
of Army Col. Sewell, died Sun
day in a hospital in Franklin,
N. C. She had lived in High
lands, N. C., for the last 25 years.
Mrs. Sewell was the sister of
Frank Lyon, 3131 R street N.W„
and the aunt of Mrs. Jacob L.
Devers, Fairfax County, Va.. wife
of Gen. Devers. Mrs. Sewell was
born in Petersburg, Va„ the for
mer Agnes Temple Lyon, daugh
ter of John L. and Margaret
Springs Lyon.
Private services will be held
here tomorrow. Burial will be
in National Cemetery, Arlington,
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