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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. THURSDAY, f EBRYARY S. 19. VS With Regard to a Card of Thanks Very often • card of thank* in Tho Star meet* a need which can hardly bo solved in any other way Not only is it a gracious expression of gratitudo to thoso who have sent floral tributes but also courteously acknowledges the services and kind nesses of the many to whom a per sonal note of thanks cannot well be mailed or whose names and ad dresses are not known Insertion of a card of thanks mav be arranged by telephone to The Star ST 3-5000 The Evening and Sunday Star Badll* ALEXANDER. JOHN 8.. SR. On Mon day. January 31. 1055. at Casualty Hospital. JOHN B. ALEXANDER. Sr., of 64 Detrees st. n.w . husband of Elisabeth Alexander, father of Mrs. Rebecca Adams. Mrs. Carrie Jones, Mrs. Ethel Wright and John Alex ander. jr. He also is survived by four grandchildren, one great-crand child and a host of other relatives and friends. The late Mr. Alexander may be viewed at the Stewart Fu neral Horae. 30 H st. n.e.. after 4 p.m. Friday. February 4. where serv ices will be held on Saturday. Feb ruary 5. at 1 p.m. Interment Wood lawn Cemetery. 4 ANDERSON. RALPH WILLIAM. Sud denly. on Wednesday. February 2. 3955. at his residence. Mrtzerotte rd.. College Park. Md.. RALPH WILLIAM ANDERSON, beloved husband of Mar garet E. Anderson. He also is sur vived by his mother. Mrs. Florence Kuster. and a sister. Mrs. Mary Rhine hart. Friends may call at the Gasch Funeral Home. Hvattsville, Md.. until 1 p.m. Friday. February 4; thence to the Berwyn Baptist Church. Berwyn. Md.. where services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Relatives and friends in vited. Interment George Washington Cemetery. 4 BALLOU. DR. FRANK W. On Wednes day, February 2. 1055. at his resi dence. 3130 Wisconsin ave. n.w.. Dr. FRANK W. BALLOU, beloved hu-sband of Adeline J. Ballou, father of Eliza beth Leedy and Robert Ballou, both of California: brother of Mrs. Earl A. I-aberdee of Potsdam. N. Y. He also is survived by four nephews. Allen H. Ballou of Winthrop. N Y.; Halford Saunders of Arlington. Va.: Vaughn Seunders of Bellflower, Calif., and Doyle Ballou of Norfolk. Va.. and eight grandchildren. Friends are invited to call at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Fu neral Home of Robert A. Pumphrey. Bethesda. Md. Services at the Na- I tional Memorial Universalist Church. 1810 16th st. n w.. on Saturday. Feb- i ruary 5. at 10:30 a.m. Interment; Cedar Hill Cemetery. 4 j BRANDT. COMDR. WILLIAM VAN CORTLANDT. JR., U. S. N. (Retired). On Tuesday. February 1,195 ft. in Chambersburg. Pa.. Comdr. WILLIAM VAN CORTLANDT BRANDT. Jr.. U. S. N. (relired*. He is survived by his parents. Comdr. and Mrs. William Van Cortlandt Brandt, sr.. of An napolis, Md.; his three sons. John Randolph. Michael William and Peter Van Cortlandt Brandt, and a sister, Mrs. Virginia Brandt Eakin. Funeral services will be held at l p.m. Fri day, February 4. at the North Post Chapel. Fort Myer, Arlington. Va. In terment Arlington National Cemetery. 3 BROWN. WALLACE W.. SR. Departed this life on Monday. January 31. 1955, at the Alexandria Hospital. WALLACE W. BROWN. Sr., of 908 Princess st.. Alexandria. Va. He leaves one son, Wallace W. Brown. Jr.: a sister. Mrs. Isabelle Snyder, and other relatives and friends. Friends may call at his late residence after 4 p.m. Thursday. February 3. Funeral services on Fri day, February 4, at 1 p.m., at the Ebenezer Baptist Church. Rev. N. S. Hargrave officiating. Interment Bethel Cemetery. 3 CARROLL. OLGA J. On Wednesday, j February *2. 1955. at George Wash-« ington Hospital. OLGA J. CARROLL! of 1365 Kennedy st. n.w., wife of I the late Joseph J. Carroll, daughter : of Frank Johnson, sister of Mrs. G. Steuart Bingham. Sister Mary Cyril, Sisters of Charity, and Dominic John son; friend of Mrs. Thelma H. Essex Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass ave. n.e.. after 4 p.m. Thursday. February 3. until 8:15 am. Saturday. February 5. Requiem mass at the Nativity Cath olic Church. Georgia ave. and Pea body st. n.w.. at 9 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 4 CARROLL, OLGA J. The of ® Court District of Columbia. No. 212. Catholic Daughters of America, are requested to assemble at Lee’s Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e., at 8 p.m. Friday. Feb ruary 4. 1955. to recite the rosary for our late member. OLGA J. CARROLL. _ , „ MARIE CIESIELSKI. Grand Regent. ANNA KITTOCK, Fin. Secy. COFFMAN. MARY ELLA. Suddenly, at the home of her son. Mr. John A. Coffman of 1324 North Danville st., Arlington. Va., MARY ELLA COFF MAN. She is survived by Mr. Coff man and daughters. Mrs. Clarence Fields of Lamont. Va.; Mrs. May Fields of Round Hill. Va.. ana Mrs. Susie Good of Purcellville, Va. Mi neral services on Saturday. February 6. at 1 pm., at the Hall Funeral rfomc. Purcellville. Va. Interment Lincoln. Va. % 4 CONNOR. KATHERINE C. On Wednes day, February 2, 1955. at George town Hospital. KATHERINE C. CON NOR (nee Casey* of 5511 Broad Branch rd n.w.. beloved wife of the late Thomas L. Connor and mother of Sara C. Bigelow. Lawrence D. and Thomas J. Connor. Funeral from the Collins Funeral Home. 3821 14th at. n.w., on Saturday. February o. at 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass at the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament at 10 am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 4 CRANNELL, M SERGT. NELSON E., U. S. A. F. (retired*. On Tuesday. February l. 1955. at the Bolling Air Force Base Hospital. M-Sergt. NEL SON E. CRANNELL. U. S A. F. «re tired). of 3918 4th st. s.e.. ocioved husband of Anna A. Crannell and stepfather of Marsaret Mann. Funeral from the James T. Ryan Funeral Home. 317 Pa. ave. s.e.. on Friday. Febluary 4. at 9 a.m. Requiem mass at the Church of the Assumption at 9:30 a.m. Relatives and friends in vited. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. CULLEN, HELEN LANE. On Wednes day. February 2. 1955. at the Sacred Heart Home, Hyattsville Md.. HELEN LANE CULLEN, friend of Marie Eth ridge and Clayton B. Ethridge. Rela tives and friends may call at the Collins Funeral Home, 3821 14th st. n.w. Requiem high, mass at the Sacred Heart Home Chapel on Satur day. February 5, at 9 a.m. Inter ment Oak Hill Cemetery. 4 DEAKINS. THOMAS R. Os 2365 Good Hope rd. s.e. on February 1. lU«m. beloved husband of Carrie M. Deakins. father of Mrs. Russell N. Jenkins, son of Mrs. 3allle Deakins brother of Mrs. Joseph Yountz. Kirby. Ray mond and Edward Deakins. Services at Chambers' Funeral Home. 6i < lltn st. s.e.. on Friday. February 4. at 10 a.m Interment Naniemoy. Md. 3 DINOW ITZ. LOUIS. On Wednesday. February 2. 1955. LOUIS DINOWITZ of 1848 Columbia rd. n.w., oeloved husband of Bessie Dinowitz and ae voted lather of Pearl pitman He. also is survived bv a brother. H}m«n, Dirncr. and two grandchildren. Fu- , neral services at the Bernard Dan- ; zansky A Son Funeral Home. .L»UI 34th st. n.w . on Thursday. February 3, at 3 P.m. Interment District of | Columbia Lodge Cemetery. Memorial; week. 4201 Massachusetts ave. n.w.. Apt. 1049-C. 4 DOERING. ERICH ALBAN. On Tues day. February 2. 1955, ERICH ALBAN DOERING of 3901 Nicholson st.. Hyattsville. Md.. beloved husband of Julia Doering (Ortynska*. father or Rudolph A. Docring and Mrs. Lily C. Gibbons, brother of Gertrude. Wal ter and Richard Doering. Friends may call at the Nallev Funeral Home. 3300 Rhode Island ave.. at Eastern ave. ne. Funeral on Saturday. Feb ruary 5. at 9:30 am.; thence to St. Jerome's Catholic Church. Hyattsville. Md.. where requiem mass will be ol fered at 10 a.m. forthe a repose of his soul. Relatives and friends in vited. Entombment Cedar Hill Mauso leum. (Philadelphia papers ami Cam den. N. J.. papers please copy.) 4 DORSEY. ISABEL. On Tuesday Feb ruary i. 1950. ISABEL DORSEY ol 3874 9th st. s.e . wife of the late • Roland C. Dorsey and mother of) Mrs. Gloria Kail of Davenooru lowa, and Mrs. Jeannine O Steen. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where •ervices will be held on Friday. Feb ruary 4. at 10:45 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Crematorium J. William Lee’s Sons Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 4th and Maas. Ave N.E. LI. 3-6300 A Complete Funeral As Low as $95.00 Up CHAMBERS One oi the largest Undertaker* In the Warld CO. 5-0432 ' FUNERAL DESIGNS "GEO C SHAFFER, INC Expressive Plorai Tributes Moderate ertces Op*:* dally Sun. holiclayg Phone 2$S. 9 nM GUDE BROS CGTfLORISTS III* r »» N.W. NA. 1-4*76 Sratlja EDMUNDS. DEACON ARTHUR. On Wednesday. February 2. 1955. DEACON ARTHUR EDMUNDS of 1811 Inde pendence ave. s.e.. beloved husband of Mrs. Katherine E. Edmunds, father of Mrs. Wlllema Hopewell and brother of Frank E. Edmunds, sr. He also is survived by two grandchildren, a son-in-law. Guy Hopewell, and other relatives and friends Remains rest ing at the Barnes A Matthews Funeral Home. 614 4th st. s.w. Nbtlce of funeral later. FREEMAN. SAMUEL. On Monday. January 31. 1955. at Providence Hos pital. BAMUEL FREEMAN of Pomfret. Md.. husband of the late Mary Mc- Clean Marshall Freeman, father of Veronica Freeman. Madge Wilson. Salome Howard. Lawrence Nathaniel and Francis X. Freeman. He also is survived bv other relatives and many friends. After 5 p.m. Thurs day. February 3. friends may call at the Dovie O. Brooks and Otis F. Allen Funeral Home. 12th st. and Florida ave. n.w. After 1 p.m. Fri day. February 4. they may call at his late residence in Pomfret. Md. Services on Saturday, February 5. at Bt. Joseph’s Catholic Church. Pom fret. Md.. where requiem mass will be offered at 1 o a.m. Interment St Joseph's Cemetery. 4 FORD. CHARLES. On Wednesday. Feb ruary 2. 1955. CHARLES FORD of 2605 Adams Mill rd. n.w. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Frazier. GAGNON. KATHERINE S. Os 5407 39th ave.. Hyattsville, Md.. on Feb ruary 3. 1955, wife of the late Edgar N. Gagnon, mother of Kenneth E. and Robert J. Gagnon, Ruth G. Taran tino and Eleanor L. Coates. She also is survived by nine grandchildren. Prayers at the Chambers’ Funeral Home, 5801 Cleveland ave- Riverdale. Md.. on Saturday, February 5, at 8:30 a.m. Mass at St. Jerome’s Church. Hyattsville. Md., at 9 a.m Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 4 GLASCOE, MARY C. On Saturday. January 29. 1955. at St. Elizabeths Hospital. MARY C. GLASCOE. daugh ter of the late David Glascoc and sister of George Glascoe of Washing ton. D C.; Dr. Milton Glascoe of Chicago, 111.: Mrs. Blanche Richard son of Washington. D. C.. and Mrs. Lillian Wood of Arlington. Va. In terment private. 4 GKOS. EDWARD H. At his residence. 717 Irving st. n.e.. on January 31. 1955. husband of Ethel A. Gros l nee Coveil), father of Noel V. Gros and brother of John Gros of Ne.w Orleans. La. Prayers at Chamber*’ Funeral Heme. 1400 Chapin st. n.w., on Fri day. February 4. at 9:30 a.m. Mass at St. Anthony's Church. 12th and Monroe sts. n.e., at 10 a.m. Inter ment Arlington National Cemetery. 3 HAWKINS. GENEVIEVE F. On Thurs day. February 3. 1955. at her resi dence, 1304 North Adams st,. Arling ton. Va.. OENEVIEVE F. HAWKINS, beloved daughter of Mrs. Willie A. Hawkins and sister of Robert C. .Haw kins of Springfield. Va. Friends may call at the Ives Funeral Home. 2847 Wilson blvd.. Arlington. Va. Notice of funeral services later. HENSON. RICHARD (HOOKS). Sud denly. on Tuesday. February 1, 1955. RICHARD (HOOKS* HF.NBON of 226 C st. s.w., husband of Mrs. Eve lyn Henson, devoted brother of Mrs. Mary Pugh. Leo and Joseph Henson. ; He also is survived by a devoted friend. Alma Turner, and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the Barnes & Matthews Funeral Home. 614 4th st. s.w. Notice of funeral later. HOLLAND. VIRGINIA WRIGHT. On Thursday, February 3, 1955, at the home of her daughter. Mrs. John C. Mackall of McLean. Va.. VIRGINIA WRIGHT HOLLAND, aged 79 years, of Easton. Md.. wife of the late Her man S. Holland, mother of Mrs. John C. Mackall of McLean. Va.: Mrs. Roger H. Israel of Laurel, Md.; Mrs. Hewitt Walls of Church Hill. Md.: Albert H. Holland of Easton. Md.. and Robert W. Holland of Kensington. Md.: sister of Mrs. Charles Wheatley of State College, Pa. Services and Interment will be at East New Mar ket. Md. Notice of time later. Ar rangements by the Birch Funeral Home. 4 , HOSKINS. FLORENCE V. On Tuesday, February 1. 1955. FLORENCE V. HOS KINS of 900 East Capitol st., beloved wife of the late James T. Hosxins. Friends may call at the Ztrkle Fu neral Home. 510 C st. n.e. where | services will be held on Friday, Feb ruary 4. at 11 a.m. Interment Rock ; Creek Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers. 3 j HOUGH. CORA VIRGINIA. On Tues- | dav. February 1. 1955. at her home. 6402 A st.. Capitol Heights. Md., • CORA VIRGINIA HOUGH, daughter of Virginia B. Hough. She also is survived by five brothers, Guy W.. Jasper F.. John G., Mortimer B. and Henry C. Hough, and three sisters, Mrs. Hazel Barbera. Mrs. Goldie H. Talbott and Mrs. George E. Holden. She was a member of Star Spangled Banner Council. No. 7. Daughters of America. Friends may call at the Roy W. Barber Funeral Home. Lay tonsville. Md.. where funeral services will be held on Friday. February 4. at 11 a.m. Interment Leesburg Ceme tery. Leesburg, Va. JONES. MARY MASON, Departed this life on Monday evening. January 31. 1955, at her home, 1021 Lamont st. n.w.. MARY MASON JONES. She i leaves to mourn their loss a devoted ! husband. Rev. William R. Jones. D. D.. ! presiding elder of the Washington i District of the Philadelphia and Balti- * more Conference of the African * Methodist Episcopal Church; a foster son. Kcrmit Martin, and his wife. Melda. Among her cousins are Mrs. Laura Mason, Mrs. Betty Selig, Mrs. Vera Perkins and many other relatives and friends. Her friends may view her remains at Boyd’s Funeral Homo, 1238 2otli st. n.w., after 6 p.m. Friday. February 4. Remains to lie in state on Saturday. February 5, from 9 a m v until 1 p.m., funeral time, at the Union Wesley A. M. E. Zion Church. 23rd and L sts. n.w.. Bishop William A. Stewart and Rev. Edwin Kenny officiating. Interment at Lincoln Me morial Cemetery. • JONES. MARY MASON. All members of Beta Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority are requested to be pres ent at memorial services for Soror MARY MASON JONES.at the Boyd Funeral Home. 1238 30th st. n.w.. at 7:30 p.m. Friday. February 4. 1955. JOSEPHINE C. SMITH. Basiieus. JONES. ROBERT PEPIN. On Tuesday. February 1. 1955. ROBERT PEPIN JONES of 7716 Radnor rd.. Bethesda. Md.. beloved husband of Margaret Hughes Jones, father of Allen Jones of Chicago. 111., and Mrs. Edwin A. Stephens, ir.. of Denver. Colo. He also is survived by six grandchildren. Remains resting at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert A. Pumphrey. Bethesda. Md.. where serv ices will be held on Friday. February 4. at 2 D.m. Interment Parklawn Cemetery (Cleveland, Ohio, papers please copy.) KIOWELL. ALFRED G. Os 2511 Queens Chapel rd. n.e., on February 2. 1955, husband of the late Eleanor Kidwell, father of Albert C. and Frank H. Kidwell. Edna M. Leofflcr and Elsie C. Long. Services at Chambers’ Fu neral Home. 5801 Cleveland ave.. Riverdale. Md., on Saturday. February 5, at 10 a.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 4 i LANGHORNE. MABEL JOHNSON. On Tuesday. February 1. 1955. at her residence, the Shoreham Hotel, MABEL JOHNSON LANGHORNE, wife of the late Marshall Langhorne. Friends may call at Gawler’s Chapel. 1756 Pa. ave. n.w. (Free parking opposite.* Bei vices will be held at Bt. John’s Episcopal Church. Lafayette Square, on Friday. February 4. at 11 a.m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 3 LEWIS. REBECCA. At her residence. 3015 Porter st. n.w.. on February 2. 1965. wife of the late Joseph Henry Lewis, mother of Henrv R. Lewis. ; Mrs. Dolly J. Basile and Mrs. Doro- i thy C. Caiglen. She also is survived i bv one granddaughter, Lelia Basile i Services at Chambers' Funeral Home. : MOO Chapin st. n.w.. on Friday. February 4. at 2 p.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. LO\ ELESS. MARY G. On Wednesday. February 1955. at Providence Hos pital. MARY O. LOVELESS of Marl boro pike. Forest ville. Md., beloved wife of Thomas M. Loveless, sister of Herbert P. Griffith. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st, and Mass. ave. n.e.. where services will be held on Saturday, February 5. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 4 MADISON. ROSIE A. On Monday. Jan uary 31. 1955. at her residence. 743 New4on pi. n.w., ROSIE A. MADISON, wife of the late William J. Madison and beloved mother of the late Lt. J Melvin Madison. Frances E. Guss. Claude A. Madison, Herbert L. Madi son. Beulah E. Foreman, Ruby A. and Ardelle W. Madison. She also is sur vived by five grandchildren, two great frandchildren. other relatives and many riends After 4 p.m. Thursday. Feb ruary 3. friends are invited to call at her late residence. Funeral services Oh Friday. February 4. at 1 p.m.. at the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, j 215 Rhode Island ave. n.w., Rev. Rob- ! ert Anderson, minister. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrange ments by Jarvis. 3 I MAC.GIO. SALVADOR*’. On Thursday. ! February 3, 1955. at Sibley Hospital. I SALVADORE MAOGIO of 729 4th st. n.e.. the beloved husband of Mrs. Catherine Magaio. father of Thomas > Peter Rnd Stephen E. Maggio. brother ; of Charles C. Magcio. He also is sur- i vived by one grandson. Friends may j call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where services will be held on Monday. February 7. at 11 a.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 6 MANNING. JULIUS. On Saturday. Jan uary 29, 1955. at the D. C. General Hospital. JULIUB MANNING. The late Mr. Manning Is resting with the Wil liam T. and Ruth B. Tolbert Funeral Home. 13U8 6th st. n.w. Friends may call on Thursday. February 3. after 4 p.m., where funeral services will be held on Friday. February 4. at 1 , p.m. Interment in Woodlawn Ceme tery. • McFADDEN. ELIZABETH CATHERINE. On Wednesday. February 2. 1055. at her home 3002 North 3rd st.. Ar lington Va.. Mrs. ELIZABETH CATH ERINE MCFADDEN. beloved mother of Mrs. Maty E. King of Arlington. Va. and Mr. Joseph F. McFadden of P,ethe.sda. Md. Friends may call at the Fitzgerald Funeral Home. 3245 Wilson blvd.. Arligton, Va. A re quiem mass will be celebrated at St. Charles Catholic Church. Arlington. Va.. on Saturday. February 5. at 10 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme tery. 4 CEMETERY LOTS. GEORGE WASH. MEMORIAL CEME TERY. 8 alt,, Owifrr lHrlns town, will Menace. HE. 4-8047. —6 " Dratlj* McGARRY. LENA MAY. On Wednes day. February I. 19at her resi dence. Vienna. Va.. LENA MAY Me- GARRY, beloved wile of the late John W. McOarry and mother of Gladys V. Talt of Vienna. Va. Friends may call at the funeral home of Money Ac Kina. Vienna. Va.. where services will be held on Saturday, February 5. at 11 a.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. Washington. D. C. 4 MORGAN. JULIA MATTINGLY. On Bunday. January 30. 1955. In Loula ville. Ky„ JULIA MATTINGLY MOR GAN. wife of the late Cole E. Morgan and mother of Ben M. Morgan. Friends may call at Oawler’a Chapel, 1756 Pa. ave. n.w., on Thursday. February 3. from 6 until 10 p.m. (Free park ing opposite.) Oraveside services at Cedar Hill Cemetery on Friday. Feb ruary 4, at 10 a.m. MOTT. DR. JOHN R. On Monday. January 31. 1955. In Orlando. Fla.. Dr. JOHN R. MOTT, beloved husband of Agnes Peter Motl. father of John L. Mott of New York City. Mrs. Vivian Bose of New Delhi. India; Dr. Fred erick D. Mott of Washington. D. C. and Mrs. Eleanor Mott Ross of Pough keepsie. N. Y. Services will be held at the National Cathedral. Mount St. Alban's. Washington. D. C.. on Mon day, February 7. at 2:30 p.m. In terment in the National Cathedral. 6 NEY. MILTON ROSENFELD. On Wed nesday, February 2. 1955. at his residence, 4700 Connecticut ave. n.w.. MILTON ROSENFELD NEY. beloved husband of Rosa Nev and devoted father of Milton Ney. Jr.; Mrs. Jose phine Baks and Mrs. Irma Kiufman. He also Is survived by five grand children and one great-grandchild. Funeral services at the Bernard Dan zansky & Son Funeral Home. 3501 14th st. n.w., on Friday. February 4, at 11 a.m. Interment Washington Hebrew Congregation Cemetery. O’BRYHIMs EUGENE G. Suddenly, on Thursday. February 3, 1955, EUGENE G. O'BRYHIM of 210 12th st. s.w.. beloved father of Donald Henry. Edwin Eugene O’Bryhira, Pearl Magee and Barbara Struder. Friends may call at the Robert A. Mattingly Funeral Home. 131 11th st. s.e. Notice of funeral later. RAMSEY. IDA W. Suddenly, on Wed nesday. February 2. 1955. at her resi dence. 1332 Jonquil st. n.w., IDA W. RAMSEY, beloved wife of Maj. William H. Ramsey, mother of Harold E. Ramsey of Port Arthur. Tex.: Mrs. Frank A. Frost, Dr. Herbert P. Ramsey. Mrs. J. Alston Fisher and Mrs. Herbert F. Aldridge, all of Washington, D. C. Friends may call at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Services at the Hamline Methodist Church. 16th and Allison sts. n.w.. on Satur day. February ft. at 11 a.m. Inter ment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 4 ROWE. GEORGE. On Sunday. Jan uary 30. 1955. at Casualty Hospital. GEORGE ROWE of 608 Acker st. n.e., father of Mrs. Carrie Curry and John W. Rowe, brother of Mrs. Mary A. Leving&ton. Della and Charles Rowe. He also is survived by other relatives and friends. The late Mr. Rowe may be viewed at the Stewart Funeral Home. 30 H st. n.e.. after 4 p.m. Friday. February 4. where serv ices will be held on Saturday. Febru ary 5. at 11 a.m. Interment Wood lawn Cemetery. f 4 SPENCER. ALLEN W. On Tuesday. February 1. 1955. at his residence. Upper Marlboro. Md.. ALLEN W. SPENCER, father of Joseph. William, Thomas and Sidney Spencer. Hattie Galloway. Bessie Stewart. Julia Stew art. Lucille Smith and Maihie Wedde. He also is survived by three daugh ters-in-law. three sons-ln-law, fifty four grandchildren, fifty-one great grandchildren, five nieces, five nephews, other relatives and friends. After 5 p.m. Thursday. February 3. friends may call at the residence of Mr. J. A. Weems of Spring dr.. Upper Marl boro. Md. Funeral services at 1 p.m. Friday. February 4, at St. Mary's Church, Croome. Md. Interment church cemetery. Arrangements by Rollins. 3 STEWART. LLOYD A. Suddenly, on Wednesday. February 2. 1955, LLOYD A. STEWART of 1539 Bth st. n.w.. husband of Bertha M. Stewart and father of Charles E. Stewart. Also surviving are nine grandchildren, two uncles. Charles and Robert Smith: one aunt. Mrs. Eleanora Ferribee of Jer sey City. N. J., and other relatives and many friends. After 12 noon Friday. February 4, friends are invited to call at the McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th st. n.w.. where prayers will be said at 10 a.m. Saturday. February 5. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 4 STILLE, MARTHA S. Os 616 Wayne ave.. Silver Spring, Md.. on February 2. 1955. wife of the late Loga E. Btllle. mother of Everett S. Btillc. grandmother of Everett E. Stille. sister of Mrs. Emma S. Cologne. Services at Chambers' Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w., on Saturday. Febru ary 5. at 11:30 a.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Please omit flowers. 4 SULLIVAN, ELIZABETH. Members of ® Court District of Columbia. No. 212. Catholic Daughters of America, are requested to assemble at the Collins Fu neral Home. 3821 14th st. n.w., on Friday, February 4. 1955. at 7 P.m., to recite the -rosary- for our late member. Mrs. ELIZABETH BULLIVAN. MARIE CIESIELBKI. Grant Regent. ANNA KITTOCK. Fin. Becv. JENNY. JEAN MARJORIE. Suddenly, on Tuesday. February 1, 1955. at her home, 12822 Evanston dr.. Silver Spring. Md.. JEAN MARJORIE TENNY. wife of Lynn W. Tenny. Mrs.* Tenny rests at the D. W. Grannan & Son Funeral Home. 378 Mass, ave., Arling ton. Mass., where prayers will be said on Friday. February 4. at 8 am.; thence to St. Agnes’ Catholic Church. Arlington. Mass., where mass will be offered at 9 am. for the repose of her soul. Interment Mount Pleas ant Cemetery. , 4 TINSLEY. KATHRYN R. On Wednes day. February 3. 1955. KATHRYN R. TINSLEY of 2025 Eye st. n.w.. wife of the late Robert Tinsley. Prayers will be offered at the James J. Higgins Funeral Home. Elizabeth. N. J.. at 8:30 a.m. Saturday. February 6. Mass at St. Genevieve’s Catholic Church. Elizabeth. N. J.. at 10 a.m. Inter ment St. Gertrude's Cemetery. Eliza beth. N. J. TOWNSEND. DOROTHY BALDWIN. On Wednesday. February 2. 1955. DORO THY BALDWIN TOWNBEND. wife of the late Lloyd W. Townsend, com mander, U. S. N.. and mother of Doro thy Townsend Burr. Barry Baldwin Townsend. Nathaniel Townsend and Miss Lloyd Townsend. Services will be held at the graveside. Arlington National Cemetery, on Friday. February 4. at 2 p.m In lieu of flowers, friends may contribute to the Cancer Fund WILLIAMS, JANET T. On Wednesday. February 2. 1955, at Georgeto^*’. Hospital. JANET T. WILLIAMS, be loved mother 'of Mrs. Janet King and sister of William B. Thomas of Phila delphia. Pa., and Herman Thomas of Olyphant. Pa. She also is survived by two grandchildren. Funeral from the De Vol Funeral Home. 2224 Wis consin ave. n.w., on Saturday. Febru ary 5, at 9 a.m.; thence to the Holy Trinity Church. 36th and O sts. n.w., where requiem mass will be offered at 9:30 a.m. Friends .and relatives invited. Friends may call at the above funeral home after 8 p.m. Thursday, February 3. Interment Allentown, Pa. 4 WILLIAMS, MADELINE. Departed this life on Monday. January 31, 1955. at George Washington Hospital. MADE LINE WILLIAMS of 1114 Stevens rd. s.e., daughter of Mrs. Josephine Thomp son. wife of the late W. Richard Wil liams. Bhe also is survived by five daughters. Mrs. Madeline W. Pyles. Mrs. Juanita QFNeal. Mrs. Yvonne Davis. Mrs. Rose Ann Lee and Mrs. Jacqueline Williams; four sons. James. Eugene. Ronald and Lawrence Wil liams: twelve grandchildren, other rela tives and many friends. Remains rest ing at the Morrow Sc Woodford Fu neral Home. 1622 11th st. n.w., where friends are invited to call after 10 a.m. Friday. February 4. Funeral services on Saturday. February 5. at the Twelfth Street Christian Church, between S and T sts. n.w., at 1 D.m.. Rev. J. F Whitfield, officiating. In terment Harmony Cemetery. 4 WRIGHT. HERBERT. On Wednesday. February 2. 1955. at 2.509 South Ken wood st.. Arlington. Va., HERBERT WRIGHT, loving husband of Mrs. Ber tha Wright, devoted father of Mes dames Lillie Pollard and Ann Richard son. Willard, Bernard and Herbert Wright. She also is survived by three grandchildren, three great-grandchil dren and many other relatives. Mr. Wright may be seen at the above ad dress after 6 D.m. Friday. February 4. Funeral services at the Mount Olive Baptist Church. 1600 Bouth 14th st.. Arlington. Va.. at l p.m. Saturday. February ft. Rev. A. A. Mackley in charge. Interment in Lincoln Me morial Cemetery. Arrangements by the Chinn Funeral Service. 4* ZACHARIAS. TEMPIR E. On Wednes day. February 2, 1955, at 4314 Kent bury dr . Bethesda. Md.. TEMPIE E. ZACHARIAS. beloved mother of Mrs. Charles A. Opel. Friends may- call at the Etchison Funeral Home. 10(1 East Church st.. Frederick. Md.. where services will be held on Saturday. Feb ruary 5. at. 1 p.m. Interment in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick, Md. In iftrmnriam BETTIS, MINNIE ALBERTA. A tribute of love and devotion to the memory of our dear mother and sister. MINNIE ALBERTA BETTIB, who left us eighteen years ago today. February 3. 1937. You often said we would miss you, Those words have proven true: We lost our best friend, dear mother. When we lost you. Oh, God. please take this message To our dear mother above, And tell her we sadly miss her And give her all our love. HER DEVOTED CHILDREN, LOUISE AND CHARLES. Those whom we love to out of sight. But never out of mind; They are cherished in the hearts Os those they leave behind. HER DEVOTED SISTER. BROTHERS _ AND BIBTERS-IN-LAW • CLEVELAND. JAMES* DONALD. In sad but loving remembrance of our little boy. JAMES DONALD CLEVELAND, who passed away so suddenly thirty years ago today. February 3. 1925. MOTHER AND DADDY. » DAVIS. ALICE. In loving memory of our dear wile and mother. ALICE DAVIS, who departed her life twenty four years ago. February 3. 1931. You lived a life that all might envy. Loved and loving, gentle and kind: And in death your blessed memory Comforts those you left behind. YOUR DEVOTED HUSBAND. SONS AND DAUGHTERS. • Mrs. Langhorne Dies; Widow of Diplomat And Art Collector Mrs. Marshall Langhorne, 82, widow of the American diplomat who was a cousin of Lady Astor, died Tuesday at the Shoreham Hotel. She maintained a home at 2211 R street N.W. but had been living at the Shoreham for about a year. Mrs. Langhorne was the for mer Mabel Johnson, daughter of Ralph Cross Johnson, an attor ney of Belfast, Me., and Washing ton. She was born in Boston, May 16. 1872, and came to Washington in her youth. She married Mr. Langhorne in April, 1916. They had resi dences here and in Bar Harbor, Me., where they were prominent in social life and civil affairs. Mr. Langhorne died in 1942. He was First Secretary and Charge d’Affaires of the United States Legation at the Hague during World War I. The Langhorne’s Georgetown home contained paintings. Chi nese ceramics and Aigs collected from all parts of the world. Mrs. Langhorne’s father was also a collector of art objects. His col lection of Italian primitives and i 18th century English portraits was given to the National Museum. Mrs. Langhorne is survived by three sisters-in-law, Mrs. Powell Clayton. 1900 Q street N.W.; Mrs. Cary Langhorne, Upperville, Va.; Mrs. Stanley Washburn. 2122 Massachusetts avenue N.W., and out-of-town cousins. Services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Lafayette square N.W. Burial will be in Rock Creek Cemetery. Milton R. Ney, 77, Clothier 40 Years Milton R. Ney, 77, retired women’s wear clothier here for 40 years, died yesterday at his hpme, 4700 Connecticut avenue N.W. Mr. Ney first was in business in Southwest Washington and then at Eighth street and Penn sylvania avenue S.E. For about 30 years his store was at Eighth street and Pennsylvania avenue N.W. until he retired in 1942. He had been active in business men’s groups. , Born in Harrisonburg, Va., Mr. Ney was in the clothing business there with his father* the late Joseph Ney, before coming to Washington. Surviving are his widow, the former Rosa Herman of Wash ington; a son, Milton, jr., 4719 Butterworth place N.W.; two daughters, Mrs. Josephine Saks, 3403 Woodley road N.W.; Mrs. Irma Kaufman, 4421 Thirty sixth street N.W.; five grand children and a great grandson. Services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Danzansky’s funeral home, 3501 Fourteenth street N.W. Burial will be in Hebrew Congregation Cemetery. Joseph W. Miller, 42, Public Relations Man By the Associated Press CHICAGO, Feb. 3.—Joseph W. Miller, 42, American Petroleum Institute public relations man, died yesterday. He suffered a heart attack at a luncheon in a downtown hotel. • Mr. Miller formerly worked for the Denver (Colo.) Community Chest and was on the United Press staff in Lincoln, Nebr. New Thunderflish Jet Is Fast Photo Plane FARMINGDALE, N. Y.—The first jet plane specifically de signed for photographic recon naissance is now in mass pro duction at a factory here. It is called the Thunderfl&sh. It .can fly at supersonic speed to take day or night photos of enemy operations or installations. lit fHrmortam HALL. HENRY W. In loving memory of my dear husband. HENRY W. HALL, who passed away one year ago today. February 3. 1954. I lay my griefs on Jesus. My burdens and my cares; He from them all releases. He all my sorrows shares. YOUR DEVOTED WIFE, MARY J HALL. ! HENSON. HELEN M. In sad but lov ing remembrance of our dear mother. : HELEN M HENBON. who passed away twenty years ago today. When a mother breathes her last farewell. The stroke means more than tongue! can tell: The world seems quite another place Without the smile of mother's race. YOUR LOVING DAUGHTERS. OLIVE NEWMAN AND MAMIE JAMES. * j JACKSON. JUANITA F. A tribute of | love and devotion to the memory of: my dear mother. JUANITA F. JACK SON. who passed into the great be yond twenty-one years ago today. Feb ruary 3. 1934. Bleep, gentle soul, sleep! HER DEVOTED DAUGHTER. GLADYS J. DREW. •_ LAMB, LEWIS HOYT. In loving mem ory of our devoted husband and father. LEW 18 HOYT LAMB, who departed this life eight years ago yesterday. February 2, 1947. HIS LOVINO WIFE. LOTTIE. AND CHILDREN. MAKOYER. JOSEPH. In loving memory of our dear husband and father. JOSEPH MAKOVER. who passed away sixteen years ago today. February 3. 1939. LOVINGLY. HIS WIFE. SON AND DAUGHTER. » MONROE. CHARLES. In loving m*m- I ory oi my husband. CHARLES MON- j POE. who departed this life February j 3 1926. 1 Loving memories never die As years go on and days pass by. Witfß AND SON. MRS. MONROE AND OUK, MORTON. DEMPSEY. A tribute of love 1 to the memory of our husband and father. DEMPBEY MORTON. who passed away three years ago today. February 3. 1952. Gone, but not forgotten. No. you shall never be: As long as life and memory lasts. We shall always think of thee. THE FAMILY. • KavNl, ANNII ELIZABETH. In loTlnk memory of my daughter, ANNIE ELIZA BETH PAYNE, who passed away three years ago. February 3. 1952. And winter sun in all its state Rose in the Eastern skies; She passed through the golden gate And walked in paradise. HER LOVINO MOTHER. SMITH. EDITH M. In loving memory j ol our dear wife and mother. EDITH M SMITH, who died eleven years ago today February 3. 1944. In our home she is fondly remembered. Sweet memories cling to her name: Those who loved her in life sincerely Btill love her in death Just the same. HER FAMILY. * 1 WRITE. REV. GEORGE H. Sacred to: the memory of a fine husband. Rev. OEORQE H. WHITE, who so suddenly passed away two years ago today. February 3. 1953. God grant that his soul rest in peace. Ood is good. He gave us strength To bear the heavy cross; He is the only one who knowg How bitter was our loss HIBuEVOTED WIFE. • Mrs. Thomas N. Love/ess, Teacher in County 32 Years Mrs. Thomas N. Loveless, 56, • known as “Aunt Maye” to the children at Melwood, Notting ham and Edmondston Schools in Prince Georges County died yesterday at Providence Hos pital. She lived on the Marlboro road in Forestville, Md. The former Mary Griffith, Mrs. Loveless retired two years j ago after 32 years as a Prince Georges teacher and orincipal. Her last position was at Ed mondston Elementary School. ; She began her career at Mel wood on the Marlboro pike and; Nottingham in a fishing ‘.’illagej on the Patuxent River, both one- j room schools. MrssEmma M. Hyam, 92, Spent Life Helping Others A mite of a woman who was mighty when it came to helping others, died Monday in Garfield Hospital. I She was Mrs. Emma Hyam, who lived alone at 3811 New ; Hampshire avenue N.W. As a young woman, Mrs. Hyam, the former Emma Mc- Farland of Harrisburg, Pa., wanted to be a foreign mission ary. She was turned down be cause of ill health. So she be came a homerfront missionary, collecting funds for those in the field and personally supporting several missions herself in the Orient. At 70 she traveled alone around the world for 17 months, stopping off in Asia to visit the missions she had been support ing. She carried on a voluminous correspondence with mission aries and natives of the Far East. Five-feet tall and weighing: about 100 pounds, she was known as “Mother Hyam” to Earl Joseph Bobo, 55, U. S. Employe 20 Years Earl Joseph Bobo, 55, with the Government here 20 years, died recently in his home, 423 Ken nedy street N.W., after a long illness. Mr. Bobo moved to Washing ton from Frederick, Md., to join the Treasury Department’s In solvent Banks Division. He later transferred to the United States Coast Guard Treasury, where he was employed before his death. Mr. Bobo was a member of f”-> Masonic Lodge, Lafayette No. 19 here. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Eva Lloyd Bobo, formerly of Brunswick, Md.; his mother, Mrs. D. B. Bobo, of Hartwell, Ga.; four sisters, Mrs. A. O. Fagan and Mrs. Charlie Lou Powell, both of Decatur, Ga., Mrs. Amanda Cox of Ashville, N. C„ and Mrs. D. M. Jones of Hartwell, Ga.. and three broth ers, W. M. Bobo and E. S. Bobo, of Haft#ell, and J. B. Bobo, of West Point, Ga. Services were held In the Evangelical Reformed Church, of Jefferson, Md., and burial was in the church cemetery. Samuel Freeman, 78, Retired U. S. Worker Samuel Freeman, 78. who worked 44 years for the‘Gov ernment at Indian Head, Md., before he retired, died Monday in Providence Hospital. He lived at Pomfret, Md., where he formerly farmed and had a general store. Mr. Freeman, who was col ored, had also operated a hard ware store at Indian Head. He was active in civic groups in the Pomfret area and was a member of the Elks, Sacred Heart Com mandery 309; Knights of St. John. St. Joseph’s and Holy j Name Societies. Survivors are three daughters, Miss Veronica Freeman, 1818 Vernon street N.W.; Mrs. Madge ! Wilson and Mrs. Salome How ard, both of Pomfret, and three sons, Lawrence and Francis X., both of Washington, and Na thaniel, Pittsburgh. Services will be held at 10 an. Saturday at St. Joseph’s Cath olic Church, Pomfret. Burial will be In the church cemetery. j William Brandt, Jr., 34, Retired Navy Commander Comdr. William Van Cort landt Brandt, Jr., 34, USN, re tired, formerly of Alexandria, j died suddenly Tuesday of a stroke, at the wheel of his car in Pennsylvania. Comdr. Brandt was en route to visit his three sons in Annis ton, Ala., when his car went out of control and crashed into a Chambersburg house. He was born in Philadelphia, attended the University of Vir ginia and entered the Navy at the beginning of World War 11. He was awarded the Combat V Medal and a Bronze Star as commander of a patrol craft in the Normandy invasion. He re tired from the Navy after duty at the Pentagon last year. He Is survived by his parents. Comdr. and Mrs. William Van Cortland Brandt, sr„ of Annapo lis; thiee sons, John Randolph, Michael William and Peter Van Cortland, and a sister, Mrs. Vir ginia Brandt Eakin, of Carvers ville, Bucks County, Pa. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in the North Post Chapel, Fort Myer, Arlington. Burial will be in Arlington Cemetery. • Phillip H. Mitchell WINTER PARK, Fla., Feb. J f>T*) .-—Phillip Henry Mitchell. 71, former professor and head of the Biology Department at Brown University, died yesterday. He moved to Winter Park five years ago when he retired.. He was a writer on physiological j chemistry subjects and from, 1913 to 1917 was a consulting i chemist with the Agriculture De-1 partment. Mrs. Loveless was born in Washington. Her father, the late W. H. H. Griffith formerly owned Washington Wholesale Grocery Co. and Griffith Farm. Mrs. Loveless was a half-sister of the late W. W. Griffith, found er of Griffith Consumers. She was educated at Surratts ville High School and the Uni versity of Maryland. Survivors are her husband, and a brother, Herbert P. Griffith, Forestville. . Services will be at 2 p.m. Sat urday at Lee’s funeral home, Fourth and Massachusetts ave nue N.E. Burial will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery. hundreds of persons she had be friended. She took a special in terest in helping unwed mothers and in visiting servicemen in hospitals. During World War I her home was a mecca for sol diers and sailors who came to her for spiritual help. She formerly was a national speaker at church groups and women’s gatherings. She was a 'lifelong member of the Meth odist Church and in late years had been affiliated with Union Methodist Church here. Mrs. Hyam’s father. Col. George F. McFarland, was a personal friend of Abraham Lin coln and was wounded while fighting for the Union at the Battle of Gettysburg. Mrs. Hyam’s only daughter died in 1925. She is survived by a niece and nephew in Harris burg. Services were held yesterday in Hines Funeral Home. Burial is today in Harrisburg. Jury Calls Mafusow On His Repudiation Os Testimony on Reds By the Associated Press NEW YORK. Feb. 3.—A Fed eral Grand Jury has subpoenaed former Communist Harvey Mat usow—apparently to explain his repudiation of testimony he gave as a prosecution witness at the trial of 13 second-string Com munist leaders on conspiracy charges. Federal Judge Edward J. Dimock, who presided at the 1952 trial, yesterday turned down a request by counsel for the 13 Reds that he kill the Grand Jury subpoena which called for Matusow’s appearance tomorrow. Sets Monday Hearing. Instead, the judge set next Monday for Matusow’s Grand Jury appearance. He also asked that briefs be submitted tomor row on the motion to quash the subpoena. Last Monday, counsel for the 13 Communists asked for a new trial on the basis of an affidavit by Matusow that he had given false testimony against several of the defendants. The Communists’ counsel sought to have Matusow’s Grand Jury subpoena quashed because of the pending motion for a new trial. Arguments on the motion are to be heard March 10. Matusow Said in his affidavit that Roy M. Cohn, then an as sistant United States attorney here, "worked with” him in pre paring some of the testimony the witness said was false. Cohn Comments. Mr. Cohn, who later became chief counsel to Senator Mc- Carthy's Senate Investigating Committee, told newsmen at his New York law office: “I will not dignify any state ment by this individual with a comment in .this Communist move. I interviewed him in the presence of FI agents along with many others. I left for Europe before I even knew he was to be a witness.” Matusow has been a Govern ment witness at a number of Communist trials and investiga tions. The 13 Communist leaders were convicted of consipracy to teach and advocate overthrow of the Government by force and violence. They received prison terms of from one to three years and fines from $2,000 to $6,000. Mrs. Nellie Romilly, Relative of Churchill By the Associated Press HUNTINGTON, England. Feb. 3.—Mrs. Nellie Margaret Rom illy, sister-in-law of Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill, died yesterday. She and Lady Churchill were daughters of the late Col. Sir Henry Montague Hozier. Mrs. Romilly’s husband, a career man In the British army, served as military governor of Galilee and as chief instructor to the Egyp tian army at the Cairo Military School. He died In 1940. One son, Giles Romilly, sur vives. Liberace's Sister to Wed SHERMAN OAKS, Calif., Feb. 3 (j F). —Mrs. Ann Cote, sister of pianist Liberace, will be married to contractor Tom Farrell at her brother’s home February 12, the family announced yesterday. Mrs. Cole was divorced from her first husband last December 15 in Reno. | COLLINS i E FUNERAL NOME Francis J. Collins [ 3821 14th St. N.W. jlslsglwM RAndolph 6-7117 E Youth Conference Os NAACP Opens at American U. Today The advance guard of dele gates to the youth legislative conference of the National Asso ciation for the Advancement of Colored People began congregat ing today at American Univer sity. Several hundred delegates from 20 States, the District. Pakistan and Germany are ex pected to attend the conference today through Sunday. The theme of the Inter-racial conference is “Youth .and the Challenge of Integration.” Pur pose of the meeting, according to Herbert L. Wright, conference director, is to inform and edu cate the delegates on the part they can play in ending dis crimination. Activities Today. This morning’s events includ ed registration of delegates at Hurst Hall chapel, an orientation session, and a luncheon at Clendeneri Auditorium. Featured this afternoon is a panel discussion under the chair manship of Thurgood Marshall, special counsel Os the NAACP. Other panelists include Dr. John ! W. Davis, former president of j i West Virginia State College; I James Hinton, of Columbia, S. C.; .Clarence Mitchell, di rector of the Washington Bu reau of NAACP, and Dr. Ken neth Clark, associate professor of psychology at Coltege of the City of New York. Subject of the panel is "How Can De ; Segregation Best be Accom ; plished?” Committee Meetings. Also scheduled for this after noon are meetings of commit tees on education, political and ; legislative action, civil rights, | and international affairs. At the evening session, to be held at the Metropolitan Baptist Church. 1225 R street N.W.. dele gates will hear an address by Vice President Nixon. Tomorrow’s activities include visits by delegates to the offices of Senators and Representatives and further panel discussions and speeches. Group Named to Check On Qualify of Coins By th« Associated Press President Eisenhower has ap pointed the commission members whose job it is each year to find out whether the coins produced by United States mints are up 1 to standard. Under the law the annual ■ Assay Commission must visit the mint at Philadelphia on the second Wednesday of each Feb ruary to test coins made at the Nation’s various mints. The 16 - member commission and the three ex-officio members receive no compensation, the 1 White House said yesterday. j Those named: Dr. Allen V. Astin. director of the Bureau of Standards: Joseph Neff Ewing, Phoenixville, Pa.; j Col. William E. Gregory, superin tendent of the Culver Military Academy in Indiana; Charles E. i McCormick, sr., Baltimore; Mrs.! R. Henry Norweb of the Cleve land Plain Dealer: Archie Bar bata, Nutley, N. J.; William J. Meinel, Philadelphia: F. R. Peterson, Englewood, N. J.; Law rence K. Roos, St. Louis, Mo.; Harry B. Wood, jr., Delaware County, Pa.; Mrs. J. Madison Blackwell, New York City; Oscar T. Storch, Oakland. N. J.; Miss Lucy M. Seiler, Philadelphia; Howard Charles Peterson, Rad nor, Pa.: Joseph Burton Town shend, Hagerstown, Md.. and Mrs. D. Ray Murdock, Greens- : burg, Pa. Ex-officio members are the; controller of the currency, the assayer of the United States as say office in New York, and the Federal judge for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Illinois Lawmaker Denies Donafions From Gamblers By sh« Associated Pross * Representative William L. Daw son. Democrat, of Illinois denied today he ever had accepted po litical contributions from gam blers. His denial was made to a re- , I porter after Virgil W. Peterson, i operating director of the Chicago | Crime Commission, said the Con ! gressman had admitted accept ing contributions from gamblers in his South Side Chicago dis trict. Mr. Peterson said Mr. Dawson made the admission in a 1948 Interview with Crime, Commis sion investigators. Mr. Dawson said he doesn’t remember ever talking to Mr. Peterson and that “if somebody else told him this it would be hearsay.” “If I made such a statement in 1948 why didn’t they publish it in 1948 or 1951,” he said. “They had a mayoral election in 1951, too.” Co( Treks 300 Miles i A cat has made its way 300 miles back to its old home after its owners had moved from Tarbes in the Pyrenees to Chas seneuil in Central France. W. R. Frank Hines, President Washiuttou’t Foremost Funerai Home Since IS 73 S. II Hines Comipaiinii \ 2VDI-03-OS‘OI Fourteenth Street N IT Columbia S-1023 Ho Branch Establishments Convenient Far hint Facilities Aijoiumt Funeral Homo 2 New Plans Drawn For Point System In Speeding Cases The District’s Traffic Point Committee has drawn up two new alternative plans for assess ing points against motorists in speeding cases. A decision on the two will de pend on the outcome of a 6tudy now under way to determine I whether court records should include specific speeds of the violating motorists. Speed Request Studied, i Until recently, speeding case points ranged from one to eight, depending on speeds. A permit may be suspended if eight points are assessed and revoked with 12 points. Recently, however, the Mu nicipal Court of Appeals ruled that points should not be scored on the graduated basis because court findings do not include the specific speeds. Three Municipal Court judges now are studying ; a committee request that jurists specify speeds in such cases. Alternative Plans. ! At a meeting yesterday, the committee agreed on these i alternatives: 1. If the jurists decide spe cific speeds should be determined, the penalty should be a flat 3 | points in all cases. ! 2. If the jurists decide court findings can include mile-per hour violations, 3 points should be imposed for speeds under 40 miles an hour and 8 points above that speed. The committee decided to hold up a specific recommendation to the Commissioners until it hears from the judges. : Directed Verdict Refused In Kansas City Star Case By the Associated Press KANSAS CITY. Feb. 3—A motion for an instructed verdict of acquittal in the Government’s anti-trust suit against the Kan sas City Star Co. and Emil A. Sees, advertising director, was overruled today by United States District Judge Richard M. Dun can. The Government rested its case yesterday after 13 days of testimony. Elton Marshall, defense attor ney, asked the directed verdict for both defendants on grounds the Government’s evidence was insufficient to support a convic | tion. ! Judge Duncan said: | “The court must consider all evidence presented by the Gov ernment as true at this stage of the case and there is sufficient ! evidence to warrant the case being submitted to the jury.” Two Vessels Standing By Stricken Freighter By tho Associated Pross NEW YORK, Feb. 3.—Two ves sels today stood by the 7,176- ton freighter Liberator, laboring in heavy seas in the mid-Atlantic with a cracked hull. The British liner Queen Mary, bound from New York to Eng land, removed two injured sea men from the Panamanian-reg ' istered vessel in a delicate life boat maneuver Saturday night and proceeded to Southampton. The vessels standing by the Liberator are the United States Military transport Gen. William Darby and the American freight er Cape Ann. ’ An American Coast Guard cutter, the Chincoteague, is speeding from her weather sta tion 400 miles away to the dis tressed vessel. The Liberator, with a crew of 30, had been en route from Liverpool to Halifax in ballast to pick up a grain cargo when her hull split in a storm 1,150 miles east of Newfoundland. She messaged today she had turned around and was proceed ing in an easterly direction at 6'/ 2 knots under her own power. The Coast Guard here said that did not mean she necessar ily is trying to get back to Eng land. but is riding with the storm so the least possible strain will be placed on her hull. LxacTness cut joGuvunp A smooth ser vice is achieved through careful point -by - point planning.