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•THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. rmiBAT JANUABY «L 195A Sealed “ILL4K. WILLIAM On rtldil. Ju- UAnr 2*. 1855. WILLIAM ALLAN of 4|2 llUk it. M.. beloved husband of jiff--'*- Moral later. Malflnflr Funeral Service - MATNARB. YEAN CINE. Decarted this » fift on Wednesday. January 2d. 1855, -:-E.. h *WSgSST' Biv°N>S3 nn^ovVd -• Urtfc of the late Raymond Barnard And devoted mother of Raymond. Mar* im rjn and Prank Barnard and Chrla • ,-tfce Burke. Notice of funeral later. * bZKG. MART LOUIS*. On Tburaday. 1 January 27, 185 V at Providence Ho«- MARy LOUISE BERG of 4714 a. JR wen ave., Sultland Md. daughter t.’.Mf Hattie J. Bert and inter of Caro* > Jme B. Ztkany. Friends may call ;.lt Be Lea Funeral Home. 4th >t. and • Jdaaa ave. n.e.. where servicei will held on Batarday. January 28. at Semetery I*' 1 *' tß**™*** Cedar Hfll MARl?**"' . , jOl3 Perry at. n.e. Funeral from -l-Uie Oder Funeral Home. 3605 14th , At. n.w.. on Saturday. January 29. offirch^at -■-* a.m. Relatives and friends invited IT-iTntcrment et. Mary's Cemetery. 28 .KLON. MART E. The Ladles' 80- • Vfew dality of Bt. Francis De Sales Parish will meeet at the dJbo ft" ‘srwiift 6 January 28. 1865, at 7:30 n.m. to recite the roeary _ for our late member, Mrs. MILDRED BLOODWORTH. Prefect. it-? HUB. CARLENE SCHMITT. Secy. 28 Ctean^ 1 ?* 0 &. K' DOVE BLACK of 4602 Bass 01. e.e.. it katoted wife of Ruesell F. Black, de i.-apted mother of Barry Black and •yimn at Mrs. Gladys Allen. She i"Valee Is survived bv other relatives - aad many friends. Remains restinc *':‘.Mitb L. E. Murray Jz Son. 1337 10th -.tit n.w. Funeral notice later. 28* -iMUBSIE. GEORGE. On Sunday. Jan - 'Mary 23. 1955. at his residence. 1715 ,:± Seaton at. n.w.. GEOROE BUSS IE hus **,-band of Ella Bussia. father ol Viola. .Tt.iloyee. Qeorce. ir.; Kenneth. Henry. -James and Carl Buasle. brother of .; blester Robert and Rutherford Heve .-♦Jow. Other relatives and friends also survive. After 4 p.m. Friday. January - 28. friend! may call at the Frasier Funeral Home. 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w.. where services will be held on Saturday. January 29. at 1 p.m -.'.-Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. 28 ■ COBLE. SARAH. On Wednesday. Jan uary 26. 1985. SARAH COBLE of • -1901 9th et. n.w., devoted niece of *" Mrs. Mollis Robinson. Also eurvlvina ■ are her nieces. Mrs. Martina Green and Mre. Mary Lewis, and many - - friends. Notice of funeral later. Ar rangements by McOulre. Inc. 29 COOPER. JESSIE 8. On Friday. Jan v nary 28. 1955. JESSIE S. COOPER. of 1601 Araonne pi. n.w., wife of the late william Knowles -'Cooper and mother ol William Knowles Cooper, jr.. and Mrs. Joseph W. Calla -l-Man Services will be held at Oawler's Chapel. 1756 Fa. ave. n.w.. on Satur r“ Jay. January 29. at 12 noon. Inter ment Rock Creek Cemetery. *SURRT. SILAS. On Wednesday. Jan '.l.juary 26. 1855. SILAS CURRY of *iv<#l22 13th at. n.w. beloved father -f-'-'tSf the late Lawrence Curry, brother *.*•l Mrs. Amanda Owena and. Leroy .'Curry. He tuo la survived by five -.-nephews, one niece, other relatives and many friends. After 5 p.m. Fri •widay. January 28, friends ere Invited . to call at the Jarvia,Funeral Church. 1. 1432 You st n.w. Funeral eervlces _ kit 2:30 p.m. Saturday. January 2it ~..5l the First Baptist Church. Sher man ave. and Lamont st. n.w., Mount Pleasant. Interment Orange. Va. o CUTHBERTSON. WILLIAM B. On f trThursday. January 27. 1955. WIL» .a:.LIAM B. CUTHBERTSON Notice of -—-funeral later. Arrenaements by Fra .7 .aler t. "PAVIS. WILLIAM. On Monday. Jan ’ uary 24, 1955. WILLIAM DAVIS ol . ' South Langley st., Arlington. Va.. ’ 2 “beloved uncle of Lucille Ager. Mabel . Safer, Mary Johnson. Ida. Randolph “and Nathaniel Fleet. He also is sur . '"vlved by other relatives and many -friends. After 3 p.m. Friday. Jan ■’"Tiary 28. friends are invited to call - at the Jarvis Funeral Church. 1432 •You «t. n.w. Funeral services at 1 -5 n.m. Saturday, January 29. at the lsrael Baptist Church. Interment -■ - Oxon HIU. Md. 28 'tfkLANET. ELIZABETH JACQUELINE. .'.TOn Thursday. January 27. 1955. at her residence 1128 47th pi. n.e.. 2 vjfcLXZABKTH JACQUELINE DELANEY. beloved wife of the late John F. Delaney, devoted daughter or Mrs. Maggie Bost of Harrisburg. N. C.. and beloved mother ol Miss Naomi De laney end William Delaney, ar. She Tilao leavea to mourn her passing five glsters. three brothers, four grandchil dren and a host ol other relatives and • - £rlends Remains resting at the John Rhtnea Ac Co. Funeral Home, 801 ••3rd ft. a.w.. where friends may call after 6 p.m. Friday. January 28. and - where funeral service! will be held V . in Saturday. January 29. at 1 p.m., ARdrew J. Allen offlcleting. In , terment Woodlawn Cemetery. • FENWICK. CAROLYN T. On Thursday. -rTjgnuary 27. 1955. CAROLYN T. FEN- T *TfICK. beloved Wife 0/ the late Clell -* Fenwick and slewr of Nettle J. Beach. *~"Rotlce of funeral later. Mattingly . .Funeral Service. "•ORMAN. ALEXANDER. On Thursday. J«»aary 27T 1955. at hU residence, lbol Quebec st. n.w.. ALEXANDER '• TORMAN, beloved husband of Ida For h'-Aisn and devoted father of Mrs, A. - ‘Bslnutl Feldman. Mrs. Leon Won. Mrs. -'2 Irving Olbbs of Orlando, Fla.: Isidore. • rilbfr’s and Uon Forman. Funeral Yf.l services at the Bernard Danzanaky Ac *" .Ctß Funeral Home. 3501 14th at. n.w., -on Friday. January 28. at 12 noon. .—Efterment B'nal Israel Cemetery. In fieu of flowers, the family suggests r," lomrlbulloni be sent to the Cancer -i-Tund. Memorial week. 2801 Quebec ,',»t n.w.. Apt. 428. '-8 '“FOX. CLARENCE I. On Thursday. *'*J*nuarv 1955. et his home. 11 08 j-.*'we£ Broad st.. Fells Church. Va.. - CLARENCE I. FOX. husband of Rosetta Wi Sox and father of Clarence I. Fox. r-W 1 of Baltimore. Md.: Mrs. Jane v 2 F. Martin end Mrs. Mery V. Butler. 10th of Fells Church. Va : xrand inner us Richard Gary Martin. Friends ‘ "»av call at the Peaison Funeral Home. North Washington st.. Falls <•» Church. Va. Funeral services et the 'i .‘-Fells Church. Fells Church. Va., on •v Saturday. January 29. at 2 P.m. In t-.--terment Olenwood Cametery. Waah- SD. C. IVAN 8. Suddenly, on Wednea anuary 28. 1950. at Greenville. IVAN 8. Duller, beloved hua »f Mary Ann Fuller, father of F. Luckett of Silver Spring, id Marian F. Chapman of Oreen- I. C. Funeral from the Collins l Home. 3821 14th at. n.w.. an Saturday. January 28. at 1 p.m. and friendt Invited. Inter ‘■«£jnt National Memorial Park Ceme iSwFNEß. AGNEB C. On Wednesday, ■y, Jknuarv 26. 1955. at 81. Agnes Hos- SH. AOW C, HEFFNER of 702 •AT Voodington rd.. Baltimore. Md.. be- S2je wed alster of Mrs. Minnie Murdock, -to* 'meets! services at the Armacoat Fu -5® vral Home. 4690 Liberty Heights eve irS altlmore. Md.. on Saturday. January .3? 11. et 8:30 am. Reouiem mats at a 1 it. Bernadine s Church at H a.m. r terment New cathedral Cemetery, altimore. Md. -VIfORTON. EDWARD H. On Thuraday. »*♦ January 21. 1955. et hta residence. ;;,'al',oT Reservoir rd.. EDWARD H. •- HORTON, beloved husbend of Kath- Seine B Horton. Memorial service! tUfSI? be held at hl« lete residence on « Monday. Jenuarv Jl. et 4 pm. in terment prlvau. POLLS. JOHN r. On Tuesday. Jan uary 25 1955. at Annapolis. Md. Aten” «S' one ■as& ■aar'iiaSiaaß ' "Home. RockvtnT Md. Funeral isrv * Saturday. January If. tt l 01 a*rw%Fi#KK|m Mr Ji f'TfStarment Mlßlintown, >a. ;.-4aTELUEOB. JAMES. Suddenly on T fWMLU. dikictom. RinaMi Phmml Kppj* - 818 B JM. **■ Ut Hg Crematortum -••J. William Lee’s Sons Co. Ta.-Mi ! | A Compktß Fuimtol ■% ! As Low os $95-00 U» CHAMBERS V \ 'JXaSX.'IStam •g CO. 5-0412 ■J rUaaAL u^S" 1 f, lU OEO C SHAFFER INC BiigV^iaiias sin F Pa 81 BA MW ornmn lots. rjAW"Fort-U»t>otn- nea7-^f Spallja KIBLEB.-GENEVA POWELL. On Wed ’ neaday January 26, 1955. at Walter Reed Hospitals Washington. D. C.. be -1 loved daughter of Mothe Powell of Mount Rainier. Md.:'alster of Harold Fawell, George Ernest Powell and E. L. Powell She also Is survived 1 by one aunt, Fannie D. Rosen field: one uncle William Rosenfleld. and a guardian child, Oeorgie M. Roaen field Services on Friday. January 28. at 2 pan., at the Money A Kina Funeral Home. Vienna. Ve. 28 KINCHKLOE. FLORENCE HENDERSON. On Thursday. January 2U» 1955. at > Rocky Mount. N. C.. FLORENCE HENDERSON KINCHELOE.. beloved wife of Dr. John W. Klncheloe. mother of Dr John W. Klncheloe. Jr.; Dr. Henderson G. Klncheloe of Raleigh. N. C.; Hatcher B. and OarUnd B. Klncheloe of Rocky Mount. N. C. and atster of Charles E. Henderson of Washington. D. C. .29* KORNEGAV. MOLLY. Os 6218 43rd are.. Hyattsvllle. Md.. on January 28. 1955. mother of Mrs. Avalon Cherry. Remains at Chambers’ Fun-rsl Home. 5891 Cleveland ave. Rlverdale. Md.. until Friday, January 28. at 9 p.m. Services end Interment Mount Olive. LAMPKINS. HAZEL. Suddenly, on Wed nesday, January 26, 1956, HAZEL LAMFKINS of 1016 4tb at. t.e.. Apt. 'M, loving daughter of Mra. Mattie Queries. She also leaves to mourn their leu Naomi Lampkins: three eons. Albert. Henry and Nathaniel Lampkins: two sisters. Naomi Smith and Nettle Fisher: three brothers. Ralph. Na thaniel and Joseph Quarles, one uncle. Beniamin Lewis: two grandchildren. Albert, it., and Carlton Lampkins. and many other relatives and friends. After 5 p.m. Friday. January 28. the lete Mrs. Lampkins may be viewed at the Morris A. Carter Sc Co. Funeral Home. 305 H et. nw. Services et 1 p.m Saturday. January 29. at the Friendship Baptist Church. Ist and H Sts. S.W.. Rev. B. H. Whiting officiating. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery ! Fern- 1 lly may be seen at 510 End et. if. LYDARD. THOMAS IRVIN. Os Bell man. Md.. THOMAS IRVEN LYDARD. husband of Annie Lydard. father of Ruby Leith. Thomas Irven. Ir.: Ray mond Lydard. Annie Phillips. Bessie Carbouah. Frankie Euscne Lydard and Janet Lydard and four brothers. Re mains st Hilton's Funeral Home. Barnesvllle. Md. Funersl on Satur day. January 28. 1955. at 2 n.m. Interment Monoccaey Cemetery. 28 MAGRUDER. THELMA TAYLOE. Sud denly on Wednesday. January 28. lßoft at her home. 502 Benham rd.. Rockville, Md.. THELMA TAYLOR MA GRUDER. beloved wife of James W Magruder. daughter of the late Oeorge end Ida Taylor, sister of Mrs. Frances Otis. Mrs. Madalyn Threffethen. Mrs. Theresa Shevctton. Oeorge. tr.; Her bert, William. Barton and Lewis Tay lor. ell of Massachusetts. Mrs. Ma gruder will rest at her above late home where funeral services will be held on Saturday. January 29. at 2 p.m. Interment Parklewn Cemetery. 28 MAXWELL. SUSAN ELIZABETH. On Tuesday. January 25. 1965, at Cas ualty Hospital. BUSAN ELIZABETH MAXWELL of 303 D st. n.e , beloved mother of Mrs. Lonnie Hickson and Mrs. Daisy Burton, grandmother of Mrs. Mae Winkler. Mrs. Doris Pra tantuono and Mrs. Gladys Lucille Belle gard. Mrs. Maxwell also it survived by two great-grandchildren end one great-great-grandchild. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th •t end Maas ave. n.e.. where services will be held on Friday. January 28. i at 1 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Ceme- 1 tery. 28 MCCAFFREY. MARTHA «. Formerly of 4414 15th at. n.w on January 28. 19mother of Williani O. and Henry R. McCaffrey, grandmother of Charles A. and William R Appel, William R. and Mary M. McCaffrey. Services at ! Chambers' Funeral Home. 517 11th at. s.e.. on Saturday. January 29. at 1 pm. Interment Fort Lincoln i Cemetery MCCARTHY. ROBERT C. On Friday. January 28. 1855, ROBERT C. MC CARTHY of 4331 Reno rd. n.w., be loved husband of Emile C. McCarthy and father of Marion F. Morrow. Notice of funeral later. MORSE. ELOISE P. On Wednesday, January 26. 1955. at Qarfleld Me morial Hospital. ELOISE P. MORSE, wife of the late Bryan w. Morse and mother of Mrs. Willard W. Kane, Lt. Col. Maaon H. Morse. U. 8. M. C., and Mrs Oscar J. Doucette, daughter of Mrs William A. Pratt and sister of Mrs. William E. Williams. Friends mav call at Oawler's Chapel. 1756 Pe. ave. n.w. Free parking opposite. Services .will be held as Gawler's Chapel on Saturday. January 29. at 1 p.m. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. Please omit flowers. 28 NEIDORI, SADIE. On Thursday. Jan uary 25. IMSS, SADIE NErDORF. be- | loved wife 01 Samuel Neidorf. devoted ! mother of Morris Neidorf of Silver Spring. Md.. and Mrs. Rose Rosen of Washington. D. c She also Is sur vived by a sister. Mrs Rachel Backie man of Washington. D. C., ana a sister-in-law, Mrs. Esther Pckofskv of Washington. D. C.; tnree grandchil dren and one grekt-grandchlld. Serv ices et the C. D. Ooldbcrg * Son Funeral Home. 4217 9tb st. n.w.. on Bunday. January 30. at 12 noon. Interment Adas Israel Cemetery. In mourning at lot) Varnum st. n.e. Please omit flowers. 30 PEASE. CHARLES L. On Wednesday, January 28. 1955. at the home of hla ton. Arthur L. Pease, sr.. of 9217 Whitney st.. Sliver Spring, Md., CHARLES L. PEASE, father ol Ray M. and Harold B. Pease of Phila delphia. Pa., and Arthur L. Pease. There also are three grandsons. Mr. Pease rests at the Harold B. Mulligan Funeral Home. 1119 West Lehigh ave.. Philadelphia. Pa . where serv ices will be held on Saturday. Jan uary 29. at 11 a.m. Interment Wash ington Memorial Cemetery. 28 BEED, PEARL HAMMACK. At Waiter Reed Army Hospital. Late residence. 3150 Patterson st. n.w., on January 25. 18-5. widow of Richard H. Reed. She Is survived by a be loved sister. Mrs. Ernestine Hammock Woodford: aunt of Mrs. Jane H. O'Neill. Mra. Ernestine H. Worley. Mrs. Audrey W Merchant and Richard X. O'Nelli I Services at Chambers Funeral Home. ] 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. nn Saturday, i January 29. at 10 a.m. Interment Rock creek Cemetery. : RIDGLEI, MAY. Suddenly, on Mon day. January 24, 1955. In Phlladel- I Phia. Fa.. MAY RIDQLEY beioveu ! alrter of Willie Ridgley of Darnestown. Md. Also surviving are nieces, tiepn ews and other relatives and friends. After 6 pm. Friday. January 2N. friends may call at the Robert L. Snowden Funeral Home. Rockville. Md. Funeral services on Saturday. Jan uary 29. at 2:30 p.m.. at the Pleasant View Church. Quince Orchard. Md.. Rev. Barrington officiating. Interment church cemetery. 28 BiTTEh. BENJAMIN H. Suddenly, on Thursday, January 27. 1955. BEN JAMIN H. RITTER of 7905 Glen brook rd., Bethesda. Md.. beloved hus band of Mary L. Ritter and father of PhylUa Stahr. Virginia Henry and Boise H. Ritter. Friends are invited ; to call at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase j Funeral Home of Robert A. Pumphrev. Bethesda. Md., where services will be held on Monday. January 31. at 10 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. In lieu of (lowers, con- 1 trlbutions may be made to the Heart i Fund. 30 ROBEY. BARRY SCOTT. On Wednes day. January 36. 1955. at Children'! Hospital. Washington. D. C. BARRY BCOTr ROBEY, intant son 01 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Robey. Ir.. of 1283 Brentwood rd. n.e. He alto Is suivlved by his grandparents. Mr. end Mrs. Robert F. Robey, sr.. of Fur cellvllle, Ve.: Mts. Inez De Oarmo ol Washlnaton. u. C.. and Mr. James B Jones of Arlington. Va. Funeral services on Friday. January 28. Inter ment Arlington National Cemetery. SCHEELE. W. EUGENE. »R. On Wed , nescay, January 36. 1955. at Oeorge ‘ town University Hospital. W. EUGENE SCHEELE. Br.. of 4119 Military rd. n.w., beloved husband of Helen N 1 Scheele, father ol W. Eugene. Jr.: Robert P. end Anne Scheele. beloved I son ol William E. and Beatrice Scheele. 1 brother of Joseph E. and Andrew P Scheele. Mra. Frances Davies and Mra. 1 Catherine French. Funeral from the Tlmothr Hanlon Funeral Home. 3831 Oeorgie ave. n.w.. on Saturday. Jan uary 29. at 10:30 a.m. High requiem ; mass at the Shrine of the Most > Blessed Sacrament. Western ave. and Quesada at. n.w.. at 11 a.m. Rela tives and friends are invited. Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 28 SCHWALB. JACOB. On Monday. Jan luary 24. 1955. at his residence, 1850 - BUtmore et. n.w- JACOB schwalb beloved husband of Maria A. Schwalb > father of Mrs. Marianna J. Voeel Mrs Alice J. Browning end Mrs. i Christine 1. Teyior brother of Mrs. ; Margaiethe Trompler and Mrs Anna 1 ! Schmidt of Forsenheua. Germany He 1 ! also is survived by three artndchll -11 drat! Services at the B. H. Hlnea Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th at. n.w --1 on Saturday, January 29. at 2 pm. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 2S ‘ SEBASTIAN. EVA MAY. On Thursday. January 37. 1956, at her residence. 3208 Volta nl. n.W.. EVA MAY SEBAS TIAN. beloved wife of Charlea B. Sebastian, mother of Charles X Sebas tian. Ir.. and alster of Bailer Cladmon and Anaoda Tebbs of Waahlngtoa. D C Services at the B H. Hines Co. Funeral Heme. 2901 14th et. a.w on Saturday. January 29. at 1 p.m. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. BMBA, ELLEN t. On Tuesday. Jan- SRS. b&a'SWaiSS: at, ns. beloved daughter at the late Nicholas and Ann Shea. Meter of Catherine A. Shea. Mra Thomas F. OnllL Mrs. William r! Crowley and Mre. Louie B. Gleason Puneral from the T XCoetollo Funeral Home. 1723 • North Capitol st.. on Saturday. Jan ; uary 39. at 9:30 in Requiem mass at St. Aloy&lus Church at 10 a.m. I Relatives and friends invited. Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. i* SHERROW. WARKETTA A. Os Miami. . Fla . on JbtnuarY 28. 1955. wile of - : Daniel T. Sherrow end motner of Mars aret I. Sherrow Prayers at Chambers Funeral Home. Mbit Cleve i land ave- Rlverdale. Md. on Satur . day. January 29. at 8:45 a.m Mass ' at Bt. Jerome’s Church. HyattsvtUe. • j r SPITZ JACOB. On Thursday. Jan > uary 37. 1955. JACOB SEITZ, beloved , father el Marvin H. and Daniel C. 1 Spits of Washington, D. C. He alee * la (arrived by two inters. Mrs. Bars ' AMsnan and Mra. Quale Weiss, bath ; hMShS ta “ r sr i 1 * BrstM STABLE*. JENNIE RATHBONE. OB Ju Ur ‘jKNNlg“RA'raßONI i a’SSSS. formerly of Washington. D. C- be loved wife of the late Augustus J. Stabler, father of Loots A. Stabler of Winston-Salem, N.bC.: T. R- Stabler F b .: c <ysi,^& late Thomas C. and Mary Rsthbone of Washington. D. C. Services at the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Saturday. January 39. at 3 o.m. Interment Part Lincoln Cemetery. TAS3IV MBS. WIRT, on Thursday. January 27, 1955. in Washington. D C. Mrs WIRT TASBIN. widow of Wirt de Vlvier Taasln and daugh ter of the late Thomas and Mary Nlmmo Moran. Services will be held at Oawler's ChapeL 1756 Fa. are. n.w.. on Saturday. January 29. at 10 a.m. Interment East Hampton. Lons bland. TAYLOE MABIA A. On Wsdnesday. January 26. 1955. MARIA A. TAYLOR, beloved wife of the law Henry C. Teyior and mother* of Mra. Emily Welsbaeker end Bertha L- Good, grand mother of Mrs. Lillian Everson. Mrs. Maria Hall and Miss Evelyn Welsbaeker and sister of Mrs. Cora Lipscomb and Loots L. Diets. Puneral from the W. W. Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Oeorsta ave. n.w- on Saturday. January 29, at 3 p.m Interment olenwood Ceme tery 28 TOLIVER, CLARA. On Thursday. Jan uary 27, 1965. CLARA TOLIVER at 220 H at. n.e. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Frasier's. a residence. Roberta ova- Annandale. Va . WILLIAM RUOO VAN NORMAN, husband of Ella Amery Van Norman, father if Mrs. Alice A. Anderson of Annandale. Va : Mrs. Helen Handley of Visalia. Calif.: brother at Mrs. Alleene Hammer at Vienna. Va. Friends may call at the Demalne Funeral Home. 52« South Washington st- Alegandria. Va- where services will be held on Saturday. January 29. at 2 p.m. Interment In Cedar 1 Hill Cemetery. Washlnaton. D. C- with Masonic rites. 29 VAN NORMAN. WILLIAM R. A special mi communication of Joseph H. Aft Milena Lodge, No. 38. F. A. M - will he held at the Cwl —V2 Masonic Temple. 13th ~at jPMyI end New York eve. n.w., et 12:30 n.m. Saturday. Jan uary 29. 1955, for the pur pose of conducting the last Masonic rites for our late brother. WILLIAM R VAN NORMAN. Please be present. RICHARD A. HERHIMANN, W. M. L. W. MAQRUDER. Becy. 28 WALKER. MARY E. Officers and mem bers of Prince Georges County Ladles' Auxiliary are hereby notified of the death of our past member. MARY E. WALKER of Berwyn Helthta. Aid past president of Prince Georges County Lsdies' Auxiliary and post president of the Maryland State Fire men's Association Ladles’ Auxiliary. Remains resting at the Oascb Funeral Home. Hyattsvllle. Md. INO county association services.) Funeral aerv lces on Saturday. January 29. 1955, at MAGDALENE M. SCHMIDT. Chaplain of Prince Georges County Ladles' Auxiliary WEAVER. THOMAS H.. JR. On Thura day. January 27. 1935. at hla home. 6706 Wicomico ave- Spring Lake Park. Md- THOMAS H. WEAVER, Jr- be loved son of Frances F. and Thomas H Weaver, sr.: brother of Wands Lee and Ruth Ann Weaver. Friends ere Invited to call at the Colonial Funeral i Home of Robert A. Humphrey. Rock : villa. Md. Graveside services at St. ; Mary’s Cemetery. Rockville. Md- on ; Saturday, January 29. at ,9 a.m, WELSH. MARGARET A. C. HIGGINS. On Wednesday, January 26. 1955, MAROAR&T A. C. HIGGINS WELSIJ of Rockville. Md- beloved wife of the late William Wallace Welsh and mother of Mrs. Ernest Hartman and the lete F. Bernard Welsh. Frlenda are In vited to call at the Colonial Funeral Home of Robert A. Humphrey. Rock ville. Md . where services will be held on Saturday. January 29. at 1 p.m. Interment Rockville Union Cemetery 29 in fHmnriam DADE. ELLA MAY. In loving memory of our dear mother. ELLA MAY DADE, who departed this life two years ago, January 28, 1953. You have been loving and kind In all of your ways. Faithful to Ood To the end of your days. Sincere In thought. * In your heirt and mind, What beautiful memories You have left behind. HUSBAND AND DEVOTED CHILDREN. EDWARDS. MABGARET J. A~tribute of love and devotion to the beautiful memory of my darling wife. MAR GARET J ED»v ARDS, better known as 'Midge." who departed this life six years ago today. January 28. 11*49. The month of January ts here. For me. the oddest of the year. Because six years ago today My sweetheart. ‘Midge.’’ pasaed away. God called you home, it was Hla will. In my heart I love you still: Your memory U as dear today As in the hour you passed away. Only my clear Saviour knows my feelings since you have passed away. LOVING AND DEVOTED HUSBAND. THOMAS W. EDWARDS. * HILL, BENJAMIN F. In memory of our loving husband and father. BENJA MIN p. HILL, who passed away twanty seven years ago today. January 28, 1828. Ood saw the road was setting rough. And the hills were herd to climb. Bo He dosed your weary eyes And whlapered. "Peace bt thine.” God took you home to rest, it waa hla will. But m our hearts You are living still. HIS LOVING WirS. MARTHA HILL. AND HIB LONELY CHILDREN. HAT TIL’ H. THURSTON. AUOUSTUS A- BENJAMIN A. AND JAMES H. HILL. JONEs. SAMUEL. In loving memory ot my dear husband. SAMuEL JONES, who departed this life one yeai ego today, January 2b. 1954. , I Loved In life, remembered in death. HIS DEVOTED WIFE. LOUISE JONES.* ! JONES, VamVeL WILLARU. In loving I memory oi our uear husband anu j father. SAMUEt. WILLARD JONES. ! who left us lour years aso today, i January 2b. 1951. Some, may think we have forgotten. When et times they see ut smile. But little do they know the heartaches That the smile hides all the while. HIS DEVOTED WIFE. PAULINE T. JONES. AND DAUGHTER. LOR RAiNE J, WHITE. • JONES': SAMUEL WILLARD. In sad memory of our dear brother. SAMUEL WILLARD JONES, who departed this life four years ago today. January 28. 1951. Done, but not forgotten. HIS SISTERS AND. BROTHERS. LENA. MAODAUNE. HATTIE AND ROB COE. ' * i LACEY, WALTER F. in loving memory of WALTER F. LACEY, wno passed 1 away January 28. 194 u. Peaceful be thy sleep. EMILY L. ALEXANDER. « McENTRkK. CLARICE L. In‘ loving memory of XLARICE L. McENlßa.lv. who entered into the larger Ule Jan uary 28. 1951. HER HUSBAND. CHARLES H. McEN rREE. AND DAUGHTERS. ELISt V DORSEY. MARIE M. COM BS. CLARICE O. BULLOCK AND FRAN- CES THOMAS. •_ RANDOLPH. MARIA. In memory of our beloved end devoted mother. MARIA RANDOLPH, who passed away Jan uary 28. unit. Her devotion and kindness will re main with us forever. HER CHILDREN. THE RANDOLPH ARRINOTONB. * SHORTER. JESSIE S. In loving mem ory ol our mother. JESSIE B. SHORTER, who departed this Ule tlx years ago today. January 28. 1949. Deep In our hearts you art fondly remembered. Sweet, happy memories ding 'round True’hear loved you with deepest affection Always will love you in death lust LOVING “children. EVELYN. JBBBIB. GENEVA AND JOHN. » •asrss? m^kniM Mo The month oi January Is here. | To us the saddest at the vear. I Because three yean ago today. Our dear mother passeo away. Sleep on. deer motner. take thy net. Wa love and miss you. but Ood knows DAUGHTERS AND SONS-IN-LAW ANU BMdW'g.'itn tonne memory of my devoted parents. ADA A. TATE, who entered eternal rest twenty forty-three mre ago. December 26. Loved In Ule, remembered in death. I shall be ever thankful tar their beautiful liras, GERALDINE U M. TATE. • Lt. Gil. Lamar J. Dunn, | Reserve Center Chief By Ihs A net lend Prase PHILADELPHIA, Jan. M —Lt. ; Col. LamsT J. Dunn, 37. com mandant of the Philadelphia Air ForSk Reserve Center, died In ! University of Pennsylvania Hos ;; pital Wednesday after a brief 111- ‘ | ness. i [ A native of Davlston, Ala.. Lt. ; Col. Dunn waa commissioned in j 1333. held prisoner of war for 10 i: month* after being shot down ,! over Austria during World War * in. and served hi Par East Air IjPnroe headquarters In Japan . J during th* Korean War. 1 Puneral services will be Sun -1 diy in AU*t—P Mrs. Wirt Tassin, 87, ! Last of Moran Family i Os Artists, Dies ' Mrs. Wirt Tassin, last member [ of the celebrated Moran family ' of painters, died yesterday. She - was 37. ' Mrs. Tassin formerly lived at : 1026 Fifteenth street N.W. She ! had been confined in the hospital ) for a year. She was the widow ' of Wirt de Vlvier Tassin. former - chief chemist and assistant cura ; tor of mineralogy at the Smith ’ sonian Institution. Mr. Tassin, I who was the son of Civil War | Gen. Augustus Tassin, U.S.A., ; died in 1915. Mrs. Tassin, the former Mary Moran, was born in Philadelphia. : She was the daughter of Thomas i and Mary Nimmo Moran. Thomas Moran was the foremost I oi 13 relatives whose prolific • paintings of the American scene i from 1860 through 1925 earned ; them the name of “The Thirteeh Apostles of Art.” Married In 1895. “ Mrs. Tassin was married in , 1895, the year her husband came Ito Washington. As far as is 1 known she never put brush to :, canvas. Her father was of the Hud : son River school of .painters. His : fame came largely, from his i. paintings of the rugged North ! west. In 1871 Mr. Moran was a ’ member of the Hayden and Pow ; ell expedition which combed the ; canyon country aroupd the Yel l lowstone and Grand Teton Na ; tional Parks. Mount Moran and j Moran Point in the Teton range - were named after the painter. 1 A huge Moran titled “Grand ! Canyon of the Yellowstone” hangs in the Swithsonian, which - also owns many smaller works ; of his. | One of Mrs. Tassin’s uncles, i Edward Moran, also has work i hanging in the Smithsonian. He ; was a painter of seascapes. An -1 other uncle. Peter Moran, sold . many paintings of- cattle and I Western landscapes around the s turn of the century. [ A third uncle, John Moran, ; started as a painter, but switched - his interest to photography. He 1 is mentioned in Robert Taft’s “Photography and the American Scene” as a craftsman of great talent during the first 25 years of the new medium. He was i among the first advocates that i photography is an art. Born in England. All the Morans were born in England. Frequently, when Mrs. Tassin was a child, she revisited the family home where, it was said, she became a “pet” o? the l 'great critic and author, John i Ruskin.- Until several years ago, i | Mrs. Tassin spent her summers ‘ in England. Puneral services will be held | at 10 am. tomorrow at Gawler’s . Chapel. 1756 Pennsylvania ave nue N.W. Burial will be private i in the family plot at Easthamp ,! ton. Long Island, N. Y., opposite . Thomas Moran’s art studio. : Mrs. W. K. Cooper, 84, YMCA Official's Widow Mrs. Jessie Shaver Cooper, widow of William Knowles Cooper, died today at her home at 1601 Argonne place N.W. She ■' was 84 years old. * Her husband was general sec i retary ot the Washington Young , Men’s Christian Association from [ 1908 to 1929. , Mrs. Cooper was a native of ; Jamestown. N. Y„ and had lived • here since 1908. She was a ! i member of the Congregational Church, the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Amer -1 j lean Association of University “ Women and the Twentieth Cen ' j tury Club. She was a graduate i ! of Vassar College. ; | Survivors Include a daughter, ■ | Mrs. Joseph W. Callahan; * a son, William Knowles Cooper, - jr., and four grandchildren. Services will be*«t noon to ■ j morrow In Gawler’s funeral 1 home chapel, with burial in Rock Creek Cemetery. Col. H. Murray-Jacoby, Diplomat and Economist ty th« Aftociottd Prtu WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.. Jan. 28.—C01. H. Murray-Jacoby, ■ 63, former United States Am . bassador to Abyssinia, died Wednesday night. He has made his home at Del -1 ray Beach, Fla., since 1943. The | son of a Bavarian surgeon-gen eral, he served the United States for a number of yean and also ‘ wras an economic adviser to other i nations. He was considered a . specialist in Latin American as . fairs. ’ Survivors include his widow, > Catherine, and two daughters. Dona Beatrice de Holquin of Bogota. Colombia, and Mn. 8. Courtney Stone of Eau Gallie. - Fla. Services will be held at Bt. Paul's Episcopal Church. Palm t Beach, tomorrow. ' H. Ward Zimmer, 57, Sylvania Firm Head NEW YORK. Jan. 28—H Ward Zimmer, 37 -year -old president oi Sylvania Electric ’ ] Products. Inc., died today after ! a brief illnees. Mr. Zimmer, who had been with Sylvania and predecessor ’• concerns since 1919, wes named - president in April, 1953. Sylvania. r which manufactures a great ; variety of electrical and elec 1' tronic products, has its head ' I quarters at 1740 Broadway here. j L*fey Shtilmoß, 71 i; NORFLOK, Va.. Jan. 33 (JT).— 9 Leroy Shulman. 71, president of 3 Shulman's. Inc., department store r and for mom than 60 yean ac r tive in the business and civic i life of Norfolk, died in a hospital yesterday. Re had served as a - director of the Morris Plan Bank and the Virginia National Bank. Admiral Agnew, 63, Once Head of Medical Center st Bethesda Rear Admiral William John ’ Clark Agnew. <U- 6. N., retired) ! 63, former commanding officer of the National Naval Medical ; Center, Bethesda, Md., died . Tuesday In the Naval Hospital at 1, San Diego. During World War 11, Admiral ' Agnew served as deputy chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Sur gery- He was awarded the Legion , of Merit for service as director of personnel and as assistant chief of the bureau. Admiral Agnew was bom in High Falls, N. Y.. and took a . degree in medicine from the Uni ; versity of Vermont. He was ap . pointed assistant surgeon in the ; Medical Corps Reserve in 1917. : He became an admiral in 1942. i A member of the American 1 College of Surgeons, Admiral Ag i new also belonged to the Chevy Chase and Columbia Country Clubs and the Army and Navy Club here. He was a member of 1 the Alpha Kappa Kappa and 1 Theta Nu Epsilon Fraternities.- • He is survived by widow, 1 i Mrs. Drika Agnew of Coronadc, i Calif. ■I : j Mrs. Cecily P. Darby,- Native of England i Mrs. Cecily Paget Darby, 40. • Wife of Air Force Lt. Col. James • A. Darby of 1010 Hillcrest ave- I nue, Fairfax. Va.. died at her ; i home yesterday after a long ill . ness. > Mrs. Darby was the daughter ’ of the late Cecil Edward R. i Fraser and ' Mrs. Ethel Paget j i Fraser of Bournemouth. England. Mr. Fraser and his father, Sir j , Cecil Edward Fraser, were dis- j ; tinguished attorneys in the Mid ■ lands of Britain. A nactive sportswoman, Mrs. I Darby was a member of the I South Nottingham Hunt Club in > England. During World War II she drove an ambulance during, , the London blitz and was a l member of the Auxiliary Nurses > of England. She also was a i member of the Motor Transpor i tation Corps. ; Col. Darby is attached to Air ! Force Operations at the Penta s gon. In addition to her mother, ; who flew here several days ago, Mrs. Darby is survived by four aunts who live in England. Funeral and burial services will i be held Monday in Waco, Tex., . Col. Darby’s home. I : Mrs. A. J. Stabler, 86, ' Widow of Livery Man Mrs. A. J. Stabler. 86, a Wash- I ington resident for many years, i died yesterday in Miami, Fla., after suffering a stroke Monday. She was the widow of A. J. Stabler, one of the earliest livery ( men in the city. Mrs. Stabler, who lived in the Buena Vista Apartments here, taught art at Corcoran Art Gal lery before her marriage. Her father was Thomas R. Rathbone, who for 60 years was chief of the Treasury Department’s Warrant • Division and who signed Govem > ment checks through four wars. ! Survivors are two sons. ! Thomas Ralph Stabler of 3808 Twenty-fourth street N.E., and' Louis A. Stabler of Winston -Salem, N. C.; a daughter, Mrs.: 1 ; C. H. Foltz of York, Pa., and a t ; sister, Mrs. E. L. Blodgett, Chi cago. 1 Puneral services will be held 1 at 3 pjn. tomorrow In the Hines 1 Funeral Home. Burial will be in ! Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Harry N. Irwin, Educator ORLANDO. Fla., Jan. 28 (-D.-J ' Harry N. Irwin, 70, retired dean of the School of Education of ’ Western Reserve University, Cleveland, died last night after ’ an operation. For a time he was Instructor at American University ! in Beirut in what is now Lebanon. 1.. - ■ Mrs. Margaret Welsh, 98, Active in Rockville Affairs Mrs. Margaret Ann Clagett Higgins Welsh, known to genera tions of Rockville (Md.) friends, civic workers and party-goers as “Aunt Maggie,” died Wednesday at a Rockville rest home. She was 98. Mrs. Welsh was the widow of the late William Wallace Welsh, who ran a general store in Rock * ville for 40 years until his death 1 In 1917. One of their five children. Rockville Attorney F. Barnard Welsh, died last June at the age of 73. He had been a leading figure In the fight against charter : government 1 n Montgomery County. Grandson Is Lawyer. A grandson, Barnard T. Welsh, of 301 West Montgomery avenue. Rockville, is a well-known local tennis player and is carrying on his father’s law practice in Rock ville. Mrs. Welsh, until about four years ago, was still active in the social and civic life of Rockville. She was a founder of the Rock ; ville Women’s Club, a member of 1 the Rockville Garden Club and ; a member of the Montgomery County Historical Society. When Woodward 8c Lothrop ! opened its Bethesda-Chevy Chase . store several years ago, Mrs. 1 Welsh was asked to cut* the ’ inaugural ribbon In a gala cere mony. She had been one of the • lllflll RITCHIE BROS. ' FI/WEftALflOffE yppu Mil. Out Chapelt Will Seat ora» [ 313 Mb Me Maths* 7-4391 if * - Jm. - . ■ ADMIRAL AGNEW. -<HK Mrs. Pearl H. Reed, Widow of Defective Mrs. Pearl Hammack Reed, about 80, of 3150 Patterson street N.W, died Tuesday in Walter Reed Hospital after an I illness of several weeks. She was the widow of Richard H. Reed, a Washington private detective, who died 20 years ago. i Since his death, she had lived I with a niece, Mrs. John T. ■ O’Neill, at the Patterson street 1 address. She was bom In Charles County, Md, and had lived in Washington since childhood. She was an active member of Ham line Methodist Church and had served 27 years on the board of managers of the Methodist Home for the Aged. Survivors include her niece, j Mrs. O’Neill: a sister, Mrs. Ern estine Hammack Woodford, 5701 | Sixth street N.E., and two other nieces, Mrs. Ernestine H. Worley, 217 Rogers drive, Falls Church, Va, and Mrs. Audrey W. Mer chant, of the Sixth sheet ad dress. A funeral, service will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the , Chambers Funeral Home, 1400 Chapin street N.W. Burial will be in Rock Creek Cemetery. Dr. Isaac A. Bigger, Richmond Surgeon ly the Associated Press RICHMOND. Va, Jan. 28. Dr. Isaac Alexander Bigger, chief of surgical services at the Medical College of Virginia here, died yesterday. The 61-year-old surgeon had been 111 for approximately a year with an ashmatic condition. A native of Clover, S. C„ Dr. Bigger received his M. D. degree from the University of Virginia in 1919. He became an instructor in : surgery at the university in 1922 and the following year was made an assistant ptofessor of surgery. He was a founding member of the American Board of Surgery, j which examines candidates for certification as specialists in this field. Funeral arrangements are In complete Dr. Bigger is survived by his wife, the former Beatrice Edith Haslam; three daughters; three sisters, and four grandchildren. A. J. Bachman, Kin Os President Johnson By th* Associated Pr*»* • EIJZABETHTON, Term., Jan. 28.—Andrew Johnson Bachman, a great-grafldson of President Andrew Johnson, died Wednes day night after an illness of sev eral weeks. He was 72. 4 Mr. Bachman, son of the late William B. and Sarah Stover Bachman, was a former city judge and recorder of Elizabeth | ton. Survivors include the wid ow, Mrs. Ethel Irwin Bachman. Elizabethton. Puneral services will be held today with burial In the National Cemetery at Oreeneville, Tenn. ; store’s original customers when ■ its first store opened 75 years , ago in downtown Washington. | : She had been in the rest home ' for several years. Although her i strength was failing, she was ; not laid up until she suffered a I stroke last week. Liked Partying. t Mrs. Welsh “went everywhere” with friends. She loved a party. "All you had to tell her was ! go, and she went,” her friends . said. She was born in Rockville on :; April 29, 1868, the daughter of r John Higgins and Sophia Doro | thy Barnard Higgins. She lived j all her life in Rockville except i for a brief period when she lived . 1 in Hyattstown, Md. Bhe never gave up her love of I books, especially historical novels, i When her eyesight prevented - her reading, about 10 yean ago. she loved to look at pictures in : books. > Besides her grandson, Barnard . T. Welsh, rite is survived by a - daughter, Mrs. Ernest W. Hart r man, of Dlllsburg, Pa.; another I grandson. Dr. William Welsh, ot r Rockville; a granddaughter. Mra Earl Robson, of Dlllsburg, and i four great-grandchildren. > Puneral services will be held at , 1 pm. tomorrow at the Robert • Pumphrey Funeral Home, Roek . ville. Burial will be In Rockville . I Union Cemetery. 1 D. L Hoopingamer, Labor Relations Aide For Federal Agencies Funeral services were to be held today tor Dwight Lowell Hoopingamer. 61, former labor relations official and public re lations counsel ot Upperville, Va, who died Wednesday while on vacation in Houston. Tex. Mr. Hoopingamer retired two years ago as a member of the planning staff of the Defense Production Administration, a post he had held since 1951. Be fore then he was a specialist with the National Securities Re- | sources Board. Mr. Hooplngamer’s govern ment career began in 1933 when he was appointed chairman of a special committee of Federal buildings. He became an as sociate director of the Federal Public Works Administration and a consultant for the War Production Board. His other posts included po sitions with the President's Con ference on Home Building, the Social Science Research Council in New York, and the employ ment management bureau of the United States Shipping Board's Emergency Fleet Corporation. Mr. Hoopingamer was bom in Lincoln, Neb. He was a graduate of the University of Texas and early in his career •was a lecturer on labor relations at the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration and at Columbia University. Mr. Hoopingamer was a mem ber of the American Association of Labor Legislation, the Ameri can Legion, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Kappa, the Touchdown and Harvard Clubs. His survivors include his wid ow, Veda Hoopingamer, his mother, Mrs. Dora Hoopingamer, ot Kansas, and two brothers. Edward H. Horton, Retired Tax Attorney Edward H. Horton, 77, retired Justice Department tax attorney, I died yesterday at his home, 4707 : Reservoir road N.W., after a long illness. Mr. Horton had been In Gov-' eminent service since World War I and retired as a specialist in insurance tax laws with the department's tax division in 1944. He was bom in Toledo, Ohio, i and was graduated from Buchtel College, now the University of Akron, Ohio. He received his law : degree from the University of Michigan and began private practice in Toledo in 1904. His first Government position was as an examiner for the Na tional War Labor Board. Later he was chief of litigation with the Bureau of War Risk Insur j ance and, in 1924, joined the legal staff of the Internal Reve nue Bureau, from which he was transferred to the Justice De partment. In the latter post, he represented the Government In Federal courts throughout the country in cases against insur ance companies. He was a 33d-degree Mason and, during his last Illness, re ceived a medal for 50 years of membership in his Masonic lodge. He was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity and a member and former trustee of All Souls’ Unitarian Church. He is survived by his widow. Katharine B. Horton, whom he married in 1906. A memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. Monday at the residence. Arthur C. Alexander, Once Vaudeville Star ly (he Auedoteri Praia NORFOLK, Va., Jan. 28. Arthur Carroll Alexander, 73. | former vaudeville star, and best known as a member of the team of Alexander and Scott, died Wednesday at the residence of his sister, Mrs. C. A. Mc- Lean. He once was a 31,000 per week performer in the heyday of I vaudeville. Mr. Alexander, who never mar ried. was a native of Portsmouth. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday at H a.m here with burial in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Portsmouth. Miss Nellie Dougherty, Postmaster 20 Years By th* Associated Pr*»s MINOT, N. Dak., Jan. 28. ! Nellie Dougherty, postmaster here for more than 20 years and; one of the Roosevelt administra tion’s first appointees, died Wednesday night. She was 88.; Miss Dougherty was appointed postmaster five days after ! Franklin Delano Roosevelt's ln : augur a Uon. She was a former Democratic national committee ; woman for North Dakota and served In the State House of Representatives In 1923. Alvin C. Hubbert, 62 SALISBURY, Md., Jan. 28 <X). —Alvin C. Hubbert. 62-year-okl secretary to the Wicomico County Commissioners, died of a' heart condition shortly after re- ; porting’for work yesterday Sur- j riving are his widow, three eons and two daughters. Flowers in The Chopol _ Tn' Mad flowers to a funeral became year instincts yearn to tender respect to the departed and consolation to the bereaved. Tear flowers la the chapel convey the message year heart is too fall to express. Listen to yoa* heart end send Flowers a a 1 Funeral at Arlington Set Wednesday for IwoJima Flag-Raiser Arlington Cemetery burial serv ices for Ira Hayes; one of the Marine flag-raisers atop Mount Suribachi, have been set for 9 a.m. Wednesday. Mr. Hayes was found dead Monday on the Pima Indian res ervation in Arizona, reductag to two the survivors of the historic event on the island of Iwo JLma in World War It. The 32-year-old Indian cor poral’s body will rest not far from the massive monument : showing him and five others ; lifting the flag in symbol of victory. Firing Squad Dud. Services probably will be held at 9 a.m. in the Fort Myer Chapel, followed by brief grave side rites by a Navy chaplain. Mr. Hayes will be accorded the usual honors for a serviceman of his rank. There will be a non commissioned officer, a firing squad of eight men and a bugler in dress blues. Meanwhile, the Marine Corps and 10 other organizations con ducted memorial services for Mr. Hayes today in Phoenix, Ariz. Church Service Held. • His own people said farewell to him at funeral services in the First Presbyterian Church at Sacaton, Ariz., yesterday. Nearly 2,000 Indians and white friends packed the church and stood in the churchyard. Mr. Hayes died of exposure and excessive alcohol. Misfortune and unhappiness had been hla jot since he came out of the Ma rine Corps. Those who knew him said he drank too much because the horrors of the island battles of Tarawa, Bougainville and Iwo Jima never left him. Mrs. Milton Kibler, 43, ' Virginia Attorney's Wife Mrs. Geneva Powell Kibler, 43, | wife of Milton J. Kibler. retired ' Vienna (Va.) attorney, died : Wednesday at Wklter Reed Hos- I pital. i Mrs. Kibler had been In Walter Reed since November. She was a native of Louisville, Ky., and came to Mount Rainier, ; Md., as a child, where she at i tended public schools. She is survived by her hus band; her mother, Mrs. Mollis ! Powell, 2800 Shepherd street, i Mount Rainier; a son. Arthur, 15; a daughter, Carolyn, 13; s cousin and ward, Georgie Rosen fleld; and three brothers, Harold Powell, 4303 Newton street. Col mar Manor, Md.; George Ernest Powell. Oakton, Va., and Elzie L. Powell, Lynn, Mass. Puneral services were to be held at 2 p.m. today at thd Money & King funeral home. Vienna, with burial in Columbia Gardens Arlington. 40 Briions Are Given Up As Lost in 'Black Frost' I, rite Associated Cress REYKJAVIK, Iceland. Jan. 28.—Forty British fishermen, missing off Iceland’s stormy coast, have been given up as victims of the ship-sinking "Black Piost.” Arctic storms also were believed to have : claimed the lives of eight Ice landic sailors. The Britons have not been heard from since their two trawlers, out'of Hull. England, sent out distress signals off Ice land’s North Cape Wednesday night. Authorities abandoned hope for them last night after an air and surface search of the stormy seas. The Icelanders were crewmen of another trawler which grounded Wednesday off the Is land’s northwest coast and broke up. Reports from the scene said 26 other crewmen were rescued. The “Black Frost” Is a frees lng spray which blanketa nortji iem seas, coating ship* with a heavy layer of Ice. Unless crews can hack the Ice away In time, its weight can capsize a small vessel. s wm I ' Don't be perplexed or di* illusioned. Seek the counsel of one whom knowl edge and Judg ment are qualified through experience.