• THE EVENING STAR. Washington, D. C.
MONDAY. APRIL 11. 1855
COHEN. ETHEL. An unveiling In mem- ; f
ory of the late ETHEL COHEN beloved
mother of Mrs Mar? Pollack and Nor
man R Cohen, will be held on Sunday
April 17. 1065. at 1:30 p m., at the
Ohev Sholom Cemetery. Relatives and
i ALLEN. NANNIE A. On Saturday. April
9. 1835. at Freedman'. Hospital. NAN
ME A ALLEN, beloved mother of Otia
Allen, .tster of Albert Wilson and
s’eDraother of Mattie Allen Kina of
St Paul. Minn. Site is also survived
by a devoted cousin. Willie Hewln. with
whom she tended at Hum Columbia rd
n.w.: a devoted daughter-in-law. Mat- (
tie D. Allen, and many other relatives
•no friends. After 8 cm. Tuesday. <
April IS. friends may call at the
Brooks & Allen Funeral Home. ISth
and Florida ave. n.w. Funeral Wednes
day. April lit. at 1 p.m.. from Berean
Baptist Church, cor. 11th and V sts.
Jl.w.. the Rev. Colbert Pearson offi
dlatlng. Casket will not be opened in
church Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. 12 *
BEALL. EDITH E. On Friday. April 8.
1955. at Montgomery County General
Sosoltal. EDITH E. BEALL of Lewisdale.
d.. beloved wife of Barry R. Beall,
piother of Miss Julia E. Beall. Miss
Esther W. Beall. Miss Ruth E. Beall.
Mrs. Catherine Watkins. B Elwood. C.
Howard. John C.. Willis W.. Llndv N.
•nd Pfc Fred P. Beall. Mrs. Beall ,
fts at the Clin L. Molesworth Funeral
me. Damascus. Md. Services will be
d on Tuesday. April 12. at 2 p.m..
Bethesda Methodist Church. Brown
lngville. Md. Interment church ceme
tery. Mrs. Beall will lie In state at
the church from 1 to 2 P.m Tuesday.
Please omit flowers: donations accepted
toward missionary work being dona by
her niece Mrs Mabel Burdette Wagner
BkRMAN. SARAH. On Sunday. April 10.
lie,:.. SARAH BERMAN of 913 Manor
Td., Alexandria, Va.. beloved mother
of Mrs. Libby Scherr. Mrs. Sylvia 1
Bregman. Mrs. Naomi Dorf of Ports- !
mouth. Va.. and Maurice Berman _Fu- »
neral services at the Bernard Dan
gansky Sc Son Funeral Home. 3501
14th st. n.w., on Tuesday. April 12.
at 10 c m. Interment Tlfereth larael
Cemetery. . , *
BOUSE. HARRY W. Suddenly, on Wed
nesday. April 6. 1955. HARRY W.
BOONE of 308 D st. s.w He leaves
to mourn their loss a wife, son. sister,
stepmother, other relatives and many
friends. Remains may be viewed after
4 p.m. Monday. April 11. at the Barnes
Sc Matthews Funeral Home. 814 4th
at. s.w.. where funeral services will
be held on Tuesday April 13. at l
p.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
BOWLES. GLADYS J. On Friday. April
8. 1955. GLADYS J. BOWLES of 1815
T st n.w.. wife of Lewis H. Bowles
and mother of Donald L Stewart. Also
suiviv'nc are her mother. Mrs. Caro
line Stewart: a sister. Mrs. Lillian
Jlorne. and other relatives and. many
riends. After 3 p.m. Tuesday, friends
are invited to call at the McGuire Fu
neral Home. 1820 Oth st. n.w . where
services will be held Wednesday. April
13. at 2 p.m. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. _ . 12
Burnt.. ELDRtUGE C. On Saturday.
April 9 1935. at Providence Hospital.
ELDRIDGE G. BURKE, husband of
Elisabeth B Burke, son of Mrs. Jessie ,
A. Burke, brother of Catherine Moore
and father of Mrs. Betty Gallo and
Mrs. Jan Kttner. Friends may cal!
at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th at.
and Massachusetts ave. n.e.. between ■
•nd 10 p.m. Monday. April 11. Services
will be held on Tuesday. April 12.
at 1:30 p.m. He was a charter mem
ber of RTA. Washington. D. C Inter
ment Arlington National Cemetery. In
Uei' of flowers make contributions to
Prince Georges Countv Cancer Fuiy^
BURKE. MARY M. (nee O’Cannoet. On
Friday. April 8, 1955. MARY M BURKE j
(nee O'Connor! of Chaptico. Md,. wife
ol the late Peter P. Burke, mother of
Paul B Burke. Mary M. Burke and
Mrs Bernardlne E. Bovd. sister of
James 8 O'Connor. , Also surviv
ing are five grandchildren. Mar
garet M Burke. Mary A. Burke. Paul
B. Burke. lr.: George Frederick Boyd
and Berrarriine Marie Boyd Prayers
will be held at her late residence at
8:30 pm Monday. April 11. with
mass at Our Lady of the Wayside
Church. Chaptico. Md.. at 10 a.m.
Tuesday April 12. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. Arrangements by
the Mattingly Funeral Home. Leonard- .
town . I 1 „
CAMPBELL. BESSIE. On Sunday. April
10. 1955. BESSIE CAMPBELL of 2221 ;
loth st. n.w Notice of funeral later.
Arrangements by Frazier.
CANTLEY, EXA. On Thursday. April 7. |
1935. at St. Petersburg. Fla . EXA ;
CANTLEY of 2320 North Buchanan
st., Arlington. Va.. beloved sister of |
Mrs Annie C. Mitchell and Miss Ollie 1
Canties, both of Arlington. Va.. and ] I
Mrs. O R. Cummings of Charleston.
8 C. Friends may call at the Ives
Funeral Home. 284 i Wilson blvd..
Arlington. Va.. whereffuneral services |
will be held. Tuesday. April 12. at |
3:30 p.m. Interment Columbia Gar
dens Cemetery. „ _ _ ,
CAiti-ENtEK. FREDERICK C. On Fri
day. April 8. 1955. at Kensington Gar
dens Rest Home. FREDERICK C CAR
PENTER. uncle of Father Pau, Betoski
of Georgetown University. Friends may
call at the S H Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w after 12 ,
noon Sunday. April 10. Services at
the above funeral home on Tuesday.
Anril 12. at 1 p.m. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. —ll
CAif "ENTER. FREDERICK C. A sue
m clal communication of rrin-
Fk lty Lodge. No. 41. F. A. A. M..
zAX Is hereby called for 11:45
sJipIYA a m. Tuesday. April 12. 195.>.
in lodgeroora No. 3. Masonic
AfjC&A Temple, for the purpose of
Xyr conducting the Masonic burial
services for our late brother. FRED
ERICK C CARPENTER of Montour
Lodge No 188. Painted Post. N Y.
R. W. KNAPP. Master
W. P BARROWS. Becy. 11
CARPENTER. FRED C. On Priday. April
® 8. 1955. at Kensington. Md..
member of Columbia Typo
graphical Union No. 101 and
A. V. U. P. S. Remains rest
ing at Hines Funeral Home. .
2901 14th st. n.w. Services
from the funeral borne on Tuesday.
April 12. at 1 p.m. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. Members of the union .
are Invited to attend the funeral serv
-ICCS' JOSEPH Z. LINS. Secy. 11
COOKSEY. MARY VIRGINIA. On Sat
urday. April 9. 1955., at Physicians
Memorial Hospital. La Plata. Md . MARY
VIRGINIA COOKSEY, wife of the late
John R Cooksey, mother of Mrs. John
Loeher. Mrs. Carl Selzman. Edward D..
John S.. and Robert L. Cooksey. Fu
neral Irom the Arehart Funeral Home.
Inc. La Plata. Md.. on Tuesday, April
12. at 10 am. Services at the Christ
Episcopal Church. Wayside, Md. at
10:30 ain Interment church cemetery.
CULP. ELIZABETH A. On Sunday. April
10. 1955. at Doctors Hospital. ELIZA
BETH A. CULP, wife of the late Byron |
J Culp, mother ol Theodore F. Culp;
sister of Thomas H. Ahern of New
York; grandmother of Theodore F . >r .
and Richard Webster Culp. Friends
may call at Oawlers Chanel. lc>B
Pennsylvania ave. n.w. 'Free oark-
Ing opposite.! Mass will be offered at
6t. Matthews Cathedral. Rhode Island
at Conn. n.w.. on Wednesday. April
13th. at 9a m Interment private.
DENNIS. MARY STANTON. On Friday.
April 8. 1955. at George Washington
Hospital. MARY STANTON DENNIS,
mother ol Thomas B. Dennis, daughter
of the late Thomas B. and Caroline
E. Stanton and sister of Mrs. Kathleen
Wells. James P.. Michael J. and Francis
D Stanton Funeral services from her
late residence, 244 U Tunlaw rd. n.w.. on
Tuesday. April 12. at 9:30 a.m. Requiem
high mass at St. Stephen’s Church.
Relatives and friends Invited. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. , , 11
DREW. NANNIE. Departed this life
Saturday. April 9. 1953. al St. Eliza
bethsHospital. NANNIE DREW. Ar
rangements by the Taft H. Wllliama Fu
neral Home. 4443 Deane ave. ne.
Notice of funeral later. Mrs. Nellie
Miles, sister, may be reached »t „AD.
ri^EET 4 FERDINAND. On Friday. April
8. 1955. in Philadelphia. Pa.. FERDI
NAND FLEET, brother of Mrs. Sarah
Richardson, Willoughby R. and James
R Fleet, father of Mrs. Christine Price
and James Fleet. Many other rela
tives and friends also survive. Re
mains resting at Chinn funeral Home.
2805 S. Seminary rd.. Arlington. Va.,
where funeral services wil be held at
12 noon Tuesday. April 12. Interment
in Odd Fellows' Cemetery.
FLOUTON. WILLIAM ALBERT. On Mon
day. April 11. 1955. WILLIAM ALBERT
FLOUTON. the beloved husband of
Thelma H Flouton and father of Ina
Clee Sims. Funeral from the W. W. i
Deal Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave.
n.w. Notice of time later.
CARNAND. ALVKX F. (BURT). On Fri
day, April 8. 1955. at Sibley Hospital.
ALVEY F. (BURT I GARNAND of
Smlthsburg. Md.. the beloved husband
of Elsie A Garnand of Smlthsburg.
Md. and father of Harry F. Garnand.
He also Is survived by two brothers.
Roy Garnand of Arlington. Va.. and
Harry Garnand of Emory. Va., and one
grandson Funeral services will be
held at the Minnlch Funeral Home.
Smlthsburg. Md.. at 2 P.m. Tuesday.
April 12. Interment Cavetown Ceme
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GARNETT. CHRISTOPHER B. On
Saturday. April 9. 1955 at his resi
dence. 3312 Columbus st.. Arlington.
Va.. CHRISTOPHER B GARNETT, be
loved husband of Katherine R. Garnett,
father of Christopher 8.. Jr.: Taylor
and John R Garnett and brother of
Leslie C Garnett. Friends may call
at the Ives Funeral Home. 2847 Wilson
blvd.. Arlington. Va.. until Tuesday.
April 12. at 8:39 a m : thence to St.
Mary’s Episcopal Church. 2809 North
Glebe rd.. Arlington. Va.. where funeral
services will be held at 9:38 a.m. In
terment Arlington National Cemetery.
In lieu oi flowers memorial lifts may
be sent to the Heart Fund and St.
Mary's Tnlsconal Church. 11
CORNER. W. IRVIN. Suddenly, on Sun
day. Aortl 1» 1955. at hia residence.
, 4313 Sheridan st.. University Park. Md .
W. IRVIN GARNER, beloved husband
of Fl’a B. Garner He also Is sur
vived by a sister. Margaret Garner, and
three brothers. Edward. Charles and
Noah Garner. Mr. Garner rests at
Oasch s Funeral Home. Hyattavllle. Md.
Notice of funeral later.
GOODRICH. EVA. On Saturday. April
0. 19..5, at her residence. 3500 14th
st. n.w.. EVA GOODRICH, beloved wife
of the late Robert E. Goodrich, mother
of Marguerite Goodrich. Services at the
6 U. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901
14th st. n.w.. on Tuesday. April 12.
at 3 p.m Interment private. Mount
Olivet Cemeterv. Baltimore. Md. 11 i
GUSS. FRANCES ETHEL MADISON. On
Saturday, April 9. 1955. FRANCES
ETHEL MADISON GUSS Os 1531-A 3rd
st. n.w.. wile of William A. Guss. lov
ing mother of Mrs. Elaine F. Tomp
kins. Melvin and Phyllis E. Guss; sister
ol Mrs. Buelsh E. Foreman. CTauoe A.,
Herbert L.. Ruby A and Ardelle V/.
Madison. Grandmother of Dianne and
Melvin Tompkins. After 3 p.m. Tues
day. April 12, friends may call at
Frazier’s Funeral Home. 389 R. I. ave.
n.w.. where services will be held on
Wednesday. April 13. at 1 p.m. Rev.
Rooert Anderson officiating. Inter
ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 12
HAYES, JOHN FRANCIS. On Bunday,
April 10, 1950. at Sibley Hospital,
JOHN FRANCIS HAYES of 1524 Taylor
st. n.e.. beloved husband of Marie P.
Hayes, father of John Francis. Jr.;
Milton 8.. Robert J., Paul J., Joseph
Hayes and Marie Chamberlin. Friends
may call at the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Services at I
the above funeral home on Wednesday. !
Abril 13. at 9:30 a.m.; thence to St. '
Anthony’s Catholic Church. 12th and !
Monroe sts. n.e.. where the holy sacrifice ;
of the mass will be offered at lo a.m. I
lor the repose of his soul. Interment !
Arlington National Cemetery. 12 i
HICKMAN, JOCELYN MAE. On Sunday, j
April 10, 1955. at Prince George Gen
eral Hospital. JOCELYN MAE HICK- j
MAN of 1401 Langley way, HyattsviUe.
Md.. beloved wile of Roy T. Hlcsman.
mother of Mrs. Allen Himes. She also 1
Is survived by her stepmother. Anna
Straight of Hyattsvllle. Md.; sister of
Irwin M. Straight of Antioch, Ohio,
and Mansel E. Straight of Paden City.
W. Va. Flrends may call at the 8. H.
Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st.
n.w.. from 7 p.m. Monday until 8 p.m.
Tuesday Services at the Church of
Christ. 4801 18th st. n.w., on Tuesday.
April 12. at 8 P.m. Interment West
Union Cemetery, Sardis. Ohio. 12
HINTUM. MAKY B. On Friday. April 8.
1955. at Suburban Hospital. MAKY B.
HINTON of 7002 Lynn dr.. Chevy
Chase Md.. beloved wife of Robert S.
Hinton, mother of Robert S. Hinton,
Jr., daughter of Mrs. Mamie E. Brady,
sister ol Mrs. Elizabeth B Sisco and
Mrs. Margaret B. Lovejoy. Friends are
invited to call at the Bethcsda-Chevv
Chase Funeral Horn* of Robert A
Humphrey. Bethesda, Md. Services
Monday, April 11, at 11 a.m. at Fort
Myer Chapel. Fort Myer. Va. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. 11
HOFFMAN. EDWIN H. On Saturday.
Aprn 9, 1955. at Alexandria Hospital.
EDWIN H. HOFFMAN of 2522 N.
Cnamolls st. Alexandria. Va.. beloved
husoand ol Lyda M. Henman, father of
Mrs. Rose Dixon. Mrs. Belle Eisler.
Mrs. Evelyn Corker and George E.
Hot;man he Is also survived by three
grandchildren Ronald ana Sue Eisler,
ana Judy Corker, and one sister. Mrs.
Isabel Harper. Friends may call at the
Ives Funeral Home. 284; Wilson blvd..
Art.. wnere funeral services will be
held Tuesday. April 12. at 2 p.m. In
terment Bethel Cemetery. Alexandria.
HOLDEN, ALICE E. On Saturday. April
9 1955. at Fort Lauderdale. Fla.. AUCfc
E. HOLDEN, ihe beloved wile ol the
late Walter Scott Holden, mother oi
Alfred W. Holden and sister of Amy
Gordon. Funerai from the W. W. Deal
Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w.,
on Thursday, April 14. at 1:30 p.m. !
Interment Columbia Gardens Ceme
HOLM. MARY ELIZABETH. On Bunday.
April 10. 1955. MAKY ELIZABETH
HOLM of 4204 Franklin st., Kensing
ton. Md.. beloved wife of RoDert E.
Holm, mother of Mrs. James A. Miller.
Kensington, Md.. Miss Henrietta M. and
Kobert L. Holm. Washington. D. C.;
grandmother ol Nancy P. Miller. Serv
ices at the S H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Tuesday.
April 13, at 4 p.m. Interment Fort
Lincoln Cemetery In neu of flowers
Please contribute to the National Heart
HUKLBUT. GRACE R. On Sunday,
April 10. 19.j5. at Wickford. K. 1..
GKACE R. HURLBUi. formerly of
Chevy Chase, ivla.. wile of the late
Manly T. Huiibut and mother of Frank
D. Hurlbut of White Plains, N. Y.. and
Terry A. Hurlbut of Yonkers. N. Y.
Friend may call at the Chevy Chase
Funeri* Home. 5103 Wisconsin ave.
n.w.. after 1 p.m. Tuesday. April 12,
where services will be held on Wednes
day. April 13, at 2 p.m. (In lieu of
flowers friends may send contributions
to D. C. Cancer Fund.) Interment Fort
Lincoln Cemetery. 12
JOHNSON. AMANDA M., of 2908 18th !
st. n.w., on April 8. 1955. Mother oi ;
Mrs Edith Qualia and Warren Curtis
Johnson. Services at Chambers Fu
neral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w., on
Tuesday. April 12, at 1 pm. Inter
ment Washington National Cemetery.
JOHNSTON. MALCOLM. On Moncay,
April 11. 1955. MALCOLM JOHNSTON,
husband of Julia W. Johnston. Notice
of services later.
LAWSON. ELLA CLAPP. On Friday.
April 8. 1955. at Burlington. lowa.
ELLA CLAPP LAWSON of 0133 2nd
st. n.w.. beloved wife of the late Her
bert D Lawson sr.: mother of Mrs
George C. Salmons of Burlington. Iowa:
Mrs. Frank L- Landon of Glendora,
Calif and Herbert D,. Jr., and War
ren E. Lawson. Friends may call at I
the S. H. Hines Co, Funeral Home.
2901 14th st. n.w.. after 13 noon
Monday. April 11. Services at the
Trinity Episcopal Church. Plnev Branch
rd. and Dahlia st.. on Tuesday. April
12. at 3 p.m. Interment Glenwood
Cemetery Friends may make contribu
tions to the Trinity Episcopal Church
Memorial Fund in lieu of flowers. —ll
LOMAX. CECELIA. Departed this life
on Saturday, April 9. 1955, CECELIA
LOMAX of 1219 Delaware ave. s.w.,
wife of the late William Lomax. She
leaves to mourn her passing a devoted
daughter. Mrs. Mary B. Hart: a broth
er. David Lowery of Baltimore. Md.; a
great-granddaughter. Linda A. Small
wood, and many other relatives and
triends. Friends may call at the
Barnes * Matthews' Funeral Home. 814
4th st. s.w.. after 5 p.m. Tuesday. April
12. Funeral services will be held
Wednesday. April 13, at 1 p.m.. at the
Zion Baptist Church, 337 F st. s.w.. the
Rev. A J Edwards officiating. Inter
ment Woodlawn Cemetery. 12
LOMAX. CECELIA. Officers and mem
bers of Peter Boston Lodge. No. 35.
N. O. U. O. of Chaldeans call meeting
Tuesday. April 12. 1955. at 8 p.m , at
2 S st n.e.. to make arrangements for
funeral of our deceased sister, CECELIA
(By order) WM. McDOWELL. W. L.
EMORY J. TURNER. Secy. •
MARSH. RUTH E. Os 3908 Ist it. «.e„
on April 8. 1955. beloved wife of Robert
S Marsh, mother of Miss Ruth L.
Marsh. Mrs. Mary J. 81ms. Floyd W„
Robert Eari and Charles Warren Marsh.
Services at Chamber’s Funeral Horae.
617 11th st. s.e.. on Wednesday, April
13. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Cedar
MAXWELL. JOHN A. On Saturday. April
9. 1956, JOHN A. MAXWELL of 331
Eye st n.e.. husband of Beatrice W.
Maxwell and father of John E Max
well. Also surviving are his mother.
Mrs. Ntncv Maxwell: two sisters, three
brothers, other relatives and many
friends Prom 2:30 to 8:30 p m Tues
day April 13. friends are invited to
call at the McGuire Funeral Home.
1830 Oth st. n.w. Services and in
terment at Greensboro, N. C. 11
McCANN. CECILIA G. On Saturday.
April 9. 1955. at Georgetown Hospital.
CECILIA O McCANN of 1801 18th St.
n.w.. beloved wife of James F. FcCann,
sister of Edward O'Donnell of Phila
delphia. Pa,; aunt of Natalia Hall of
Kansas City. Kans. and Roger Moran
of Salem. N. J. Friends may call at
the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901
14th st n.w. Prayers at the above
funeral home on Wednesday. April 13.
at 0:30 a.m.; thence to St. Paul's Cath
olic Church. 15th and V sts. n.w.. where
the holy sacrifice of the mass wil be
offered at lo a.m. for the repose of
her aoul. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. (Philadelphia papers
please copy.i 43
MeCAW. LYDIA A. Os 8514 Edmonston
rd.. Berwyn Heights, Md.. on April 10.
1955. Aunt of F. Stewart, Thomoson
R.. Earl W and Robert A. McCaw. Mrs.
Mary Valentine. Remains at Chambers'
Funeral Home. 5801 Cleveland ave.,
Riverdale. Md.. until Monday, April 11,
at 10 p.m. Services and Interment
Rochester, N. Y.
McKEE. LEO THOMAS. A. B. 11. U. 8. N.
Suddenly on Wednesday. April 8, 1955.
at San Bernardino. Calif.. LEO THOMAS
, McKEE. A. B 11. U. S. N.. beloved
brother of Patrick T.. James C and
Sarin McKee and nephew of Frances
C. Haves and Louis L. Cornwell. Funeral
from Collins Funeral Home, 3821 14th
st. n.w . on Tuesday. ADrll 12. at 9 a m.
Requiem mass at the Shrine of the
Most Blessed Sacrament at 9:30 a.m.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery
MILLER GOLDA. On Sunday. April 10.
1955. GOLDA MILLER, beloved mother
of Mrs. Tetta M. Brandt and Samuel
Miller. Funeral services at the Ber
nard Danzansky Sc Bon Funeral Home.
3501 14th si. n.w.. on Tuesday, April
12. at 12:30 o.m. Interment Onrv
MISSERF.Y. EUGENE F. On Sunday.
April 18, 1955 at Oeorgetown Hospital.
Eugene f missirey. beloved hu,-
ind of the late Pauline Mlsserev and
father of Mrs. Oermalne Miller. Fu
neral from the DeVol Funeral Home.
2224 Wisconsin ave. n.w.. on Tuesday,
Aprr (2. at 8:30 a.m : thence to Holy
Trinity Church. 36th and o sts. n.w.
where requiem miss will be offered
at 9 am. Fr'ends and relatives are
Invited. Interment Parklawn Cemetery
MORROW. EDWARD CLIFTON. of 1460
Irving st. n.w.. on Apri* 9. IP.'S. i
brother of Mrs. Kathleen M. Wootton <
and uncle of George. Edward and Don- i
aid Morrow Wootton. Remains at
Chambers Funeral Heme. 1400 Chapin
Ft. n.w. Services and Interment Ar
lington National Cemetery on Wednes
day. April 13. at 10:30 a.m.
MUNSON, HAZEL M. On Saturday.
April ft. 1955. HAZEL M. MUNSON of
*’ooo Fort Davis st. s.e.. beloved dauph
ter of Lizette V. Munson. Friends may
call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th and
Mass. ave. n.e . where services will be
held on Tuesday. April I **, at 2:30 o.m.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
NEW. JAMES MARSHALL. Suddenly on
Friday. April 8. 1955. at his residence.
»w« 45 th nl. n.e.. JAMEB MARSH ALL
NEW beloved son of Mrs. Sarah Robin
sen. brother oi Mrs. Wyona Byrd. Mrs.
Essie Hairston and Talmadge New Also
surviving are one aunt, one uncle, two
nephews, two pieces and other relatives
and friends. After 4 p.m. Monday.
April 11. friends may call st Henry 8.
Washington & Sons Funeral Home. 4925
Deane ave. n.e. Funeral services Tues
day. April 12. at l p.m.. from First
Baptist Church i Dean wood*. Whittini
ham pi. and Sheriff rd. n.e.: the Rev.
A. J. Allen, pastor. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Lincoln Me
**«rial Cemetery. 11
OSTROM. CLAUDIUS CONANT. On Sat
urday. April 9. 1955, at Circle Terraco
Hospital. CLAUDIUS CONANT OSTRUM
of 713 South Royal st.. Alexandria.
Va.: husband of Mrs. Linda McKeller
Ostrum and father of Mrs. Sara
Scholls. Robert M . John C. and David
M. Ostrum Funeral services on Tues
day. April 12. at 2 p.m., at the St.
Paul’s Episcopal Church. Alexandria.
Va. Interment private. Friends may
call at the Cunningham Funeral Home.
Cameron and Alfred sts., Alexandria,
Va., until time of service.
PAULDING. JAMES. Suddenly, on Fri
day. April 8, 1955. JAMEB PAULDING
of <ls loth st. n.e He is survived by
four sisters, seven brothers, other rela
tives and many friends. Notice of
funeral later. Arrangements by Mai
van & Schey. Inc. •
FAYNE. ERNEST A. On Sunday, April
10. 1955. at D. C. General Hospital.
ERNEST A PAYNE, devoted husband
of Annie L. Payne, father of Mrs. Julia j
Carroll. Mrs. Beatrice Carroll, Mrs.
Thelma Coufer Edith, Barbara. Louis.
Earl, Milton. Donald. Ernest jr., and
Edward Payne, brother of Mrs. Frances
Hawkins. Mrs. Edna Murray. William.
Edward. Harry, Joseph and Oda Payne:
also surviving are other relatives and
friends Notice of funeral later. Ar
rangements by Rollins.
PETERSEN, ETHEL M. On Saturday.
April ft. ETHEL M PETERSEN, j
beloved naotner of Fred W. Petersen. !
jr.. of Route J. Sterling. Va. Funeral
services and interment in Silver City,
lowa. Wednesday. April 13. Arrange
ments by Reed-Green Funeral Home.
PEWETT. ANNA M. On Monday. April
11, 11155, at her residence. 42U1 Brad
ley lane. Chevy Chase. Md., ANNA M.
PEWE'iT. wife oi the late Henkel
Pewett. mother of Edwin H. Pewett of
Chevy Chase, Md . and Mrs. Ralph W.
Klee of Billinas. Mont.; sister of Mrs.
L. B. Lewis or Little Rock, Ark. She
also is survived by three grandchildren.
Services will be held at the Gregg Fu
neral Chapel, Jonesboro. Ark., on Wed
nesday April 13. at 10 a.m. Inter
ment Jonesboro. Ark.
POINTS. THOMAS McKIKLEY. On Fri
day. April K, 1955. THOMAS McKIN
LEY POINTS, beloved father of Mc-
Kinley O. Points, brother of Mrs. Mattie
Curtis of Los Angeles. Calif.: Mrs.
Pearl Ferguson. Washington. D. C.;
Lawrence Points. Calvert. Tex., and
James R. Points of Arlington, Va. Many
other relatives and friends also sur
vive. Mr. points’ remains may be viewed
at 33Hi Deni Place n.w. alter 0 p.m.
luesday. April 12. Funeral services
12:30 p.m. Wednesday. April 13. at
Calloway Methodist Churcn. 5000 Lee
highway. Arlington. Va., the Rev. J. F.
Monroe in charge. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. Arrangements by
Chinn Funeral Service. 12*
ROGERS. ALBERT LESTER. Suddenly,
on Friday. April M. 1955. at tne Wash
ington Sanitarium. ALBERT LESTER
ROGERS, beloved husband of Mildred
R. Rogers and son of Samuel M. and
Harriett E. Rogers, brother of Hubert
W. and Raymond L. Rogers, Audrey
L. Albright. Beatrice Schatz and Maude
E Tayior. Friends may call at his
late residence. 9120 Georgia ave.. Sil
ver Bprijig. Md.. where services will
be held on Tuesday. April 12. at lo
a.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Ceme
tery. Arrangements by tne Tak'una
Funeral Home. 11
SAMMOND. GEORGE E. On Sunday. April
10. lft.>s. GEORGE E. cAMMOND of
3321 Blaine st. n.e., beloved husband
of Eva M. Sammond. nephew of Mary
Sammond. Friends may call at the
Lee Funeral Home. 4th and Mass. ave.
n.e., until ft:3o a.m. Wednesday. April
13. Reauiem mass will be offered at i
Holy Comiorter Catholic Church. 14th I
and East Capitol sts. at 10 a.m. In- ;
terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 12 !
SELLERS. MARION JANETT. On Thurs- 1
day. April 7, 1055. MARION JANETT
SELLERS of 1250 Columbia rd. n.w..
wife of the late Ranto J. Sellers and
devoted mother of Mrs Rosabelle L.
Smith. Mrs. Harriet 8. Fletcher. Mrs.
Ometa D Smith and Miss Annie G
Sellers. Also surviving are five grand
children. other relatives and many
friends. After 12 noon Monday. April
11. friends are invited to call at her
late residence. Services at the McGuire
Funeral Home. 182 u fttb st. n.w.. on
Tuesday. April 12. at 1 p.m. Interment
Harmony Cemetery. 11
SIXMA. WILLIS. On Saturday, April
ft. 1955. at Bethesda. Md., WILLIS
SIXMA of Bluemont. Va.. beloved hus
band of Alta Sixma. lather of Delbert.
Clair. Henry and Xhomas Sixma.
Friends are invited to call at the Be
thesda-Chevy Chase Funeral Home of
Robert A. Pumphrey, Bethesda. Md.
Services Wednesday. April 13th. at
Fort Myer Chapel. Fort Myer. Va., at
1 p.m. Interment Arlington National
SLIGH. MARGARET. On Thursday,
April 7 1955. at the D. C. General
Hospital. MARGARET SLIGH of ’<3o
10th st. n.e.. beloved wife oi Murtnell
P Sligh. mother of Robert B. Jones,
daughtei of Saiile and Robert Jones.
She also is survived by a host of
olhei relatives and friends. The late
Mrs. Sligh may be viewed at the
Stewart runeral Home. 30 H st. n.e.,
aftei 4 p.m Monday. April li. where
stxvices will be held on Tuesday. April
12. at 11:30 a.m. Interment Arling
ton National Cemetery. ll
SOBOLEWSKI. KATHERINE E. On Sun
day. April JO, 1955. at the D. C. Gen
eral Hospital. KATHERINE E SOBO
LEWSKI. beloved wife of Misczyslow
Sobolewski. sister of Mrs. Isabelle
Swope of Ridgeway. Pa. Friends may
call at Gawier’s Chapel. 1750 Penn
sylvania ave. n.w. ifree parking op
posite* Services will be held at the
above chapel on Tuesday. April 12. at
2 p.m. Interment Rock Creek Ceme
SPEAKS. MARY LEE (MAMIE). On
April 10, Woo. at Freedmens Hospital.
MARY LEE bPEaKS of 4020 Benning
rd. s.e., beloved wife of William O.
Speaks, sister of Mrs. Cecelia Tlldon
and Reverdy Jackson, foster mother of
Mrs. Jacqueline Barnes, Mrs. Bessie
Lee Proctor. Rooert. William and
Lawrence Giles. Mrs. Marie Hackley.
aunt of Dolores Kerrick. Franklin Hol
land and Reverdy Jackson, lr.: cousin
of Mrs Bertie Bade of New York: two
sisters-in-law, Mrs. Martha R Jack
son and Mrs. Sarah Tyson. Also sur
vived by a devoted friend, Mrs. Sadie
Beane, other relatives and many
friends Notice of funeral later. Ar
rangements by Rollins.
STARR. LILLIAN M. On Sunday. April
10. Iftss. at Hahnemann hospital.
LILLIAN M. BTARR of 1713 Q st. n w..
sister of O. J. Starr, San Antonio. Tex.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co Fu
neral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on
Tuesday. April 12. at 0 p.m. Inter
ment Maryville. Mo. 12
SUDDITH. ROBERT B. On Sunday,
'April iO. 1955. ROBERT B. SUDDITfi
ol Locutt Dale. Va.. lormcrly of Wash
ington. D. C„ beloved husband of
Alice O Suddilh. son of Mrs. Alma B.
Suddlth lather of Mrs. Charlotte E.
West of Roanoke. Va.: Miss Patricia
A. Suddlth of Locust Dale. Va.. and
Robert B. Suddlth. Jr., of Alexandria.
Va. He also is survived by five sisters.
Funeral services 11 a.m. Tuesday. April
12. lo Culpeper Methodist Church. Cul
peper. Va. Interment Falrview Ceme
tery. Culpeper. 12
THOMPSON. DORA A. On Baturdav.
April 0. 1955. DORA A. THOMPSON,
formerly of KB3t> Georgia ave.. Silver
Spring. Md.. sister of J. William.
Hugh 0.. Clyde F. and John R Thomp
son and Mrs Lucy Beam. Mrs. Eliza
beth H. Kevser and Mrs. Clara T
Miller. Remains resting at the Tim
othy Hanlon Funeral Home. 3831 Geor
gia ave. n.w., until 12 noon Monday.
April 11: thence to the home of the
Little Sisters. 220 H st. n.e. where
requiem mass will oe said on Tuteday.
April 12. at 6:39 a.m. Funeral from
the home at 11 am. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. 11
TIERNEY. BEE (BRIDGET). On Sat
urday. April 9. 19,>5, at her residence.
2528 14th st. n.w.. BEE (BRIDGETi
TIERNEY, mothei of Dr. E. N Tierney.
Services at the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2981 I4tb st. n.w., on Tues
day. April 12. at 8:30 am.; thence to
St. Paul’s Catholic Church, ].*>th and
V sts. n.w. where the holy sacrifice of
the mass will be offered at 9 a.m. for
the repose ot her soul. Interment
TOMPKINS. MARGARET ANN KELLY.
A mass of requiem, will be ottered for
the repose of the soul of MARGARET
ANN KELLY TOMPKINS oi 2910 Ava
lon pi., Hyattsvllle. Md. the beloved
wife of the late William Tompkins and
mother of Mrs. Marguerite Fitzpatrick.
Mrs. Elizabeth Cook of Fails Church.
Va.: Mrs. Bernardlne Gubisch. Mrs.
Agnes Wllford ot Mount Bethel. Pa.,
and Martin J. Kelly of Philadelphia.
Pa., on Wednesday. April 13. 1955.
at St. John the Baptist de la Salle
Church. Bargept and Chllluni rds..
at 8:20 a.m. Relatives and friends
art invited 13
TURNER. EMILY M. On Friday. April
8. 1966. at her residence. 39-A Ridge
rd.. Greenbelt. Md.. EMILY M TURNER,
beloved wife of the late Edward W
Turner, mother of Mrs. Louise Knaub
of Bethesda. Md.; Mrs. Emily Stone of
Arlington Va.: Mrs Edna Baker and
Edward S Turner ot Greenbelt. Md.:
sister of Mrs. Mary K Jones of Wash
ington. D C.: Col. Paul L Freeman
of Clearwater. Fla. Services at the
i 8 H Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901
14th st nw. on Tuesday April 12
at 10 am. Interment George Wash
ington Cemetery. Ritas rd. 11
VENN. INEZ ANNIE. On Saturday. April
9. 1055. at Warehem. INEZ ANNIE
VENN of Bustards Bay. Mass., mother
of Edward F. Venn. Washington. D. C.
Funeral servico will be held at the
Nickerson Funeral Home in Bourne.
Mata., on Tuesday. April 12. at 3 p.m.
ARTIB. REV. LARRY R. In cherished
memory of my over husband REV
LARRY R. AH 'fts. who left mo twenty
one years ato. April 11. 1934.
The depth of sorrow we cannot tell
Os the loss of one we loved so well;
And while he sleeps a peaceful sleep.
His memoir 1 shall always keep.
HIB DEVOTED WIFE. MARY L. ARTIS*
BUNDY. THELMA R. In cherished mem
orj of my dear and beloved wife,
THBLMA R. BUNDY, who departed this
life two years ago today. April 11. 1963.
There is no death I An angel form
Walks o’er the earth with silent
He oears our best-loved things away
And then we call them “dead.”
Yet ever near us, though unseen.
The dear immortal spirits tread;
For all the boundless universe
Is life—there are no dead.
DEVOIED HUSBAND. CHARLES A.
BUNDY. THELMA. In loving memory
of my devoted sister. MRS. THELMA
I cannot say and I will not say
That she is dead: she is just away!
With a cherry smile and a wave of
She has wandered into an unknown
And left us dreaming bow very fair
It needs must be. since she lingers
YOUR LOVING SISTER. MRB. JULIA
_ CROSBY •
COX, MARGARET A. In loving mem
ory of our dear mother. MARGARET
A. COX. who passed away six years
ago today. April 11, 1949.
Sunshine passes, shadows fall.
Love remembrance outlasts all.
Though the years be many or few.
they are filled with memories, dear
mother of you.
DEVOTED DAUGHTER. ALICE. AND
DURANT. DR. O. D. With guidance of
our dear and loving doctor, we pay
tribute to God’s best gift. DR. O. D.
DURANT, called to rest April 10. 1953.
Gone from this world of grief and
To lands of peace and rest:
God has taken you, our dear doctor,
Where you have eternal rest.
DEVOTEDLY, MR. AND MRS. PETER
_ SON __ '
EDMONDS. JAMES FREDERICK. In'lov
ing remembrance of my dear lather,
JAMES FREDERICK EDMONDS, who
passed away thirteen years ago today.
April 11. 1942.
Loving and kind in all his ways.
Upright and just to the end of his days;
Sincere and kind in heart and mind.
What a beautiful memory he left
behind. HIS LEO. *
EDWARDS, BEATRICE E.~ In loving
memory of my dear wife. BEATRICE
E. EDWARDS, who departed this life
three years ago today, April 11. 1952.
Today recalls the memory
Os a loved one laid to rest.
And those who think of her today
Are those who loved her best.
ISAAC A. EDWARDS •
FIELDS, MRS. ARNETHA BROWN. A
tribute of love to the precious memory
of my loving aunt. MRS. ARNETHA
BROWN FIELDS, who passed to her
aunt eight years ago. April 10. 1947.
There was never an aunt more perfect.
There was never an aunt more true.
There was never a person in the world
Who could equal dearest Aunt Dudy.
it was you.
I miss you tonight as the lights turn
Yes. Aunt Dudy, miss you. for I love
you with ail my heart:
No words can ever tell you how much
I need you here
To share ray happy hours
When you left away from me eight long
Some day I ntpe to join you all. I am
YOUR EVER-DEVOTED NIECE. SARAH
SKIP WORTH PETERSON. _ •
FISHER. CORA D. In loving memory
of my dear mother. CORA D. FISHER,
who left me three years ago today, April
11. 1962 '
He giveth and He taketh away.
HER DEVOTED DAUGHTER. SALLIE
HUNTER. JOHN H., SB. In memory of
JOHN H. HUNTER. SR., who departed
this life nine years ago, April 11. 1940.
God saw the road was getting rQUgh,
The hills too hard to climb;
He gently closed your w*eary eyes
And whispered. “Peace be thine.”
DEVOTED WIFE. *
NOVAK. JOSEPH, Jr. In loving memory
of my dear nusband. lather. JOSEPH
NOVAK. Jr., who departed this life one
year ago today. April 11, 1054.
God knows the way. He holds the key.
He guides us with unerring hand:
Bome lime with tearless eyes we ll see;
Yes. there, up there, we ll understand.
Not now. but in the coming years.
It may be in the better land:
We ll read the meaning of our tears.
And there, some time, we 11 under- :
WIFE. MARY, AND DAUGHTER. MARY
ANN. • _ I
STEELE, LOUISE H. In loving memory
of our dear daughter, sister and niece.
LOUISE H. STEELE, who passed away
three years ago today, April 11. 1952.
HER LOVING FATHER. HARRY
HORAN. AND AUNT, MRS. HAROLD
O BURDICK OF MIDDLEOWN,
Ju.'-t a lie of sweet remembrance.
Just a memory, fond and true;
Just a token of love s devtion
That my heart still eholds for you.
YOUR LOVING GODCHILD, MARY
LOUISE _ •
SUIT. ELLA. In loving memory of my
dear aunt. ELLA SUIT, who departed
this rife one year ago today. April 11,
You live with us in memory still.
Not lust today but always will
BISTER CARRIE AND NEICE ESTELLE
COFFREN. _ • _
TAYLOR REV. WILLIAM A. In loving
memory of our beloved pastor. Rev.
WILLIAM A. TAYLOR, who passed
away eighteen years ago today. April
Those we love never die.
For as long as we live and remember
They are with us.
THE MEMBERS OF THE WILLIAM A.
TAYLOR FLORAL CLUE. FLORIDA
AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
THOMAB, GEORGE H. In loving re
membrance of my dear husband,
GEORGE H. THOMAS, who departed
this life three years ago today, April
I think of vou in silence.
No one can see me weep:
But many silent tears are shed
While others are asleep.
A happy home we once enjoyed.
How sweet the memory still.
But death has left a loneliness
The world can never fill.
HIS DEVOTED WIFI, MARY AGNES
WILLIAMS. IDA C. In sad but loving
memory of our dear, faithful wife and
friend. IDA C. WILLIAMS, who entered
eternal rest five years ago today, April
Although her soul is now at rest.
We will meet you.
YOUR FAITHFUL HUSBAND AND
FRIEND. CARTER LEE WILLIAMB,
AND NANCY WILLIAMS.
WINSTON. MILES M. AND ROSALIE F.
A tribute of love and devotion to the
memory of our father. MILES M WIN
STON. who passed away thirty-two
years ago October 9, 1922, and our
mother, ROSALIE F. WINSTON, who
passed away nine years ago. April 11.
Gone, but not forgotten.
CHILDREN. GEORGIA W. LEE. MA
SON A AND BLANCHE T. WIN
STON. SON-IN-LAW, WILLIAM I
LEE; GRANDSON. WILLIAM I.
LEE. Jr. •
YARBOUGH. WILLIAM. In memorv of
my devoted husband. WILLIAM YAR
BOUOH. who passed away suddenly
two vears ago today. April 11, 1953-
They say time heals all sorrow
And helps us to forget.
But time so far has only proved
How much I miss him yet.
A face that is ever before me.
A voice that I cannot forget.
A smile that will be lost forever.
In memory I see vou yet.
God give me strength to fight it.
And courage to bear the blow.
But what it meant to lose him
No one will ever know.
HIS DEVOTED WIFE, ELENORA YAR
YARBOUGH, WILLIAM. In memory of
our beloved nephew and brother. WIL
LIAM YARBOUGH. who entered into
eternal rest April 11, 1963.
What a happy home we once enjoyed
How sweet the remembrance is still.
But death left a vacancy
That the world will never fill.
HIS DEVOTED AUNT ELIZABETH
PALINGS AND BROTHER. ROBERT
ST. LOUIS. April 11 (JP).—
Frederick P. Hankerson, execu
tive director of Associated Coop
erage Industries of America and
j a former newspaperman, dlea
! early yesterday of Injuries suf
fered Saturday in an autombile
accident. He was 54.
Mr. Hankerson served with the
Associated Press bureau In
Louisville, Ky.. from 1828 to
11930; was assistant sports editor
I of the Louisville Courier-Journal
in 1926-28, sports editor of the
Racine (Wis.) Journal News In
1925-26. automobile editor for
the Wisconsin State Journal of
Madison in 1924 and reporter
for the Omaha (Nebr.) World
! Herald in 1923.
i He joined Cooperage Indus*
i tries in 1936 and had been execu
tive director six years.
Mrs. R. E. Holm,
Mrs. Robert E. Holm. 78. ac
tive clubwoman, died of a circu
latory ailment yesterday in a
Germantown, Md. nursing home.
Mrs. Holm had returned here
several weeks ago from Tampa.
Fla., where she and her husband
had been living since he retired
in 1948. Mr. Holm was assistant
chief of the virus serum control
division of the Bureau of Animal
Husbandry at the Agriculture
The former Mary Elizabeth
Ladd, Mrs. Holm was born in
Claridon, Ohio. She taught in
schools near her home until her
marriage in 1899. In 1919 the
Holms came to Washington and
lived 23 years at 4106 Fourth
street N.W. They moved to
Silver Spring in 1941. Their last
address here was 107 Lexington
drive. Silver Spring.
Mrs. Holm was formerly presi
dent of the Petworth Women’s
Club. She was a member of
Livingston Manor Chapter of the
DAR; the Phyllis Lyman Colony
of the National Society of New
England Women; Chapter C of
the P. E. O. Sisterhood, Pet
worth Mothers Club; Silver
Spring Women’s Club; the Wom
en's Club and Seminole Heights
Presbyterian Church in Tampa.
She had been a member of Wal
lace Memorial United Presbyte
rian Church here for more than
Besides her husband, she is
survived by two daughters, Mrs
James Alexander Miller, 4204
Franklin street, Kensington, Md.;
Miss Henrietta M. Holm, 1401
Whittier place N.W.; a son, Rob
ert L.. 4545 Connecticut avenue
N.W ; a brother, Arthur M. Ladd.
Claridon; two half-brothers,
Ben L. Belding, Perry, Ohio;
Ed C. Belding, Springfield, Ohio,
and a granddaughter. Miss Nan
cy P. Miller, a Kensington Ele
mentary School teacher.
Services will be held at 4 p.m.
tomorrow at Hines funeral home,
2901 Fourteenth street N.W
Burialu will be in Fort Lincoln
The family requests that any
tokens of sympathy be con
tributed to the American Heart
ANNAPOLIS, April 11 UP).—
The Rev. Francis B. Hargadon.
S. J., educator, missionaiy and
retreat master, died yesterday at
St. Joseph’s Hospital in Reading.
Pa., following a long illness.
For the last 21 years, the 80-
year-old priest had been at
tached to Manresa-on-Severn at
Annapolis, where he conducted
week-end retreats for thousands
of Catholics from the Arch
diocese of Baltimore and Wash
A native of Baltimore, he at
tended Loyola High School and
College. Following his freshman
year in college, he entered the
Society of Jesus at Frederick,
Md., on August 12, 1892. Father
Hargadon was ordained at Wood
stock College by the late Cardinal
Farley in June. 1907.
At various times. Father Har
gadon taught at Georgetown
University; Holy Cross College,
Worcester, Mass, and St. Joseph’s
Preparatory School, Philadelphia.
From 1915 to 1924, he taught at
Loyola High School In Baltimore.
Funeral services will be held
Wednesday at St. Issac Jogues
Novitiate at Wernersville, Pa.
Jesse D. Locker, 64,
Envoy to Liberia
MONROVIA, Liberia. April 11
(iP).—The United States ambas
sador to Liberia, Jesse D. Locker
of Cincinnati, Ohio, died here
yesterday following a cerebral
hemorrhage. He was 64.
President Eisenhower, who ap
pointed Mr. Locker in 1953. and
Secretary of State Dulles cabled
their condolences to the ambas
sador's widow here. Liberian
Presideht William V. S. Tubman
also sent her a similar message
and members of his cabinet
called at the embassy.
The embassy said a United
States military plane would leave
Monrovia Thursday to take Mr.
Locker’s body to the United
A prominent Negro attorney
in Cincinnati and a staunch Re
publican, Mr. Locker had been
elected to six two-year terms on
the Cincinnati City Council. He
resigned from the Council to
become ambassador. He was a
past president of the Negro
Sightless Society of Ohio and
the Hamilton County (Cincin
nati) Bar Association for Negro
Lawyers, and was active in the
National Association for the Ad
vancement of Colored People.
Mrs. Byron J. Culp,
Lived in Woodacres
Mrs. Byron J. Culp, widow of
a fire protection engineer in the
Department of Defense, died
yesterday of a heart ailment at
Mrs. Culp. 60. made her home
with her son. Theodore F. Culp,
at 6200 Cromwell drive, Wood
Mrs. Culp was born Ann
Elizabeth Ahem in Buffalo,
N. Y„ but spent most of her
: early life in Oswego, N. Y. She
was a graduate of the Oswego
1 Hospital Training School for
Nurses and served for several
years as a visiting nurse in the
United States Public Health
In addition to her son, she is
survived by two grandsons and
a brother. Thomas H. Ahem, of
High Falls. N Y.
Funeral services will be at 9
a.m. Wednesday at St. Matthew’s
Cathedral with burial in Arling
MRS. ISAAC MILLER
Mrs. Miller, 84,
Mrs. Isaac Miller, 84, who
came to the United States in
1890 from her native Lithuania,
died yesterday at the Hebrew
Home for the Aged.
A Washington resident for
60 years, Mrs. Miller lived with
her daughter, Mrs. Yetta Brandt,
5211 Thirteenth street N.W She
was the former Golda Brez.
Mrs. Miller was active in
church affairs and was a mem
ber of Ohev Sholom Congre
gation, B’nai Israel Sisterhood.
Hadassah. Hebrew Home for the
Aged. Mizrach Women’s Or
ganization. Hebrew Aid Circle.
Hebrew Traveler's Sheltering
Society and the Hebrew Academy
of Washington. Mr. Miller, a
metal grinder, died in 1952.
Besides her daughter. Mrs.
Miller is survived by a son,
Samuel Miller, 2501 Allsion
street, Hyattsvllle, Md., and two
Services will be held at 12:30
p.m. tomorrow at Danzansky’s
funeral home, 3501 Fourteenth
street N.W. Burial will be in
Ohev Sholom Congregation
Makes FBI List
By the Associated Press
The FBI today added to its list
of “10 most wanted fugitives” the
name of Daniel William O'Con
nor, 26, described as a chronic
The Royal Canadian Mounted
Police also list O’Connor as one
of their “most wanted men.’’
The FBI said O’Connor had
seen engaging in the check racket
since deserting from the United
States Army at Fort Campbell,
Ky., in 1946.
While driving through British
Columbia with his wife and two
small children, he was appre
hended by a Royal Canadian
Mounted Police officer in con
nection wth an irregular bank
money order. The FBI said he
drew a pistol, fired at the officer
and then beat him. As a result,
he is charged in Canada with at
The fugitive is described as of
medium height, weighing 200
pounds with a muscular build.
He has blond hair, blue eyes and
a ruddy complexion.
E. G. (Jack) Burke,
Eldridge G. (Jack) Burke, 50,
who retired from the Bureau of
Standards in 1953, died Satur
day in Providence Hospital. He
lived at 5310 Pine street, Forest
A refrigeration and air con
ditioning specialist, Mr. Burke
came here 21 years ago and
formerly worked at the Naval
Gun Factory. He was a native
of Fayetteville, N. C.
Survivors are his widow, Eliza
beth B.; two daughters. Mrs.
Anthony Gallo, Sliver Spring;
Mrs. William Ketner, Alex
andria; his mother, Mrs. Jessie
A. Burke, and a sister. Mrs.
Royal C. Moore, Silver Spring.
Services will be held at 1:30
p.m. tomorrow at the Lee funeral
home. Fourth street and Massa
chusetts avenue N.E. Burial will
be in Arlington Cemetery.
W. S. Jacobsen,
Served in House
DUBUQUE, lowa, April 11 UP).
—William S. Jacobson, 68,
former member of the House
from the 2d lowa district, died
of a heart attack yesterday while
attending a wake at a funeral
He had visited the Streuber
funeral home with his wife to
view the body of Cyrl Lagen. a
relative of Mrs. Jacobsen. He
was stricken while there and
died shortly afterward.
Julius A. Schmahl,
ST. PAUL, Minn., April 11
—Julius A. Schmahl, 87,
holder of an unequaled record
in Minnesota politics, died
yesterday after an illness of
Probably the best known
among politicians in the State,
Mr. Schmahl served seven terms
as secretary of state and eleven
terms as treasurer.
Mr. Schmahl was former pub
lisher of the Redwpod Falls
(Minn.) Gazette, a weekly news
He is survived by his widow
Minerva; a son and a daughter
Uppti Marik*ra Md.
Out Choptlt WIN Saat Ov*t
n»*«* Mark** 7-13*1
Austrian Chief in Moscow
Seeking Freedom Pact
MOSCOW, April 11 UP)— .
Austrian Chancellor Julius Raab
landed at Moscow’s central mili
tary airport in a blinding snow- ‘
storm this afternoon to begin
conferences with Soviet Foreign
Minister V. M. Molotov on speed
ing up an Austrian independence
Mr. Molotov and Deputy For
eign Minister Andrei Gromyko:
headed the welcoming party at
the airport. United States Am
bassador Charles Bohlen was
among the diplomats present.
“I hope this trip will improve
relations.” Mr. Raab told the
crowd which greeted him.
He recalled that it was just 10
years ago that Soviet troops j
liberated his homeland.
Deadlocked 10 Yean.
Mr. Raab comes to Moscow on
the invitation of Mr. Molotov,
who has said personal contact
between the Austrian chancellor ;
and top Russian leaders would
speed up completion of the Aus
trian treaty, deadlocked in the
10 years since.
The Soviet foreign minister
said in a speech to the Supreme
Soviet (Parliament) on February
8 that Moscow no longer insisted
on linking the Austrian treaty to
the German problem, and since
then the two countries have
been exploring ways and means
of getting the treaty signed.
The Russians said, however,
they would insist upon ironclad :
guarantees that Austria never I
be unified with Germany, that;
no foreign military bases be'
The Military Air Transport
Service, with headquarters at
Andrews Air Force Base, has won
the Daedalian Trophy for 1954,
the Air Force said yesterday. |
The trophy, a silver cup, is
awarded annually to the Air
Force command flying more than
100,000 hours which achieves the i
lowest accident rate.
MATS recorded its lowest ac
cident rate in 6Va years. The
over-all rate was seven accidents
per 100.000 flving hours. In ovei -
ocean operations by its three
transport divisions, MATS re- i
corded a new low rate ot only
two accidents per 100.000 hours.
The divisions flew 110,000 miles
of air routes over 37 foreign
countries. By the end of 1954.
MATS had spanned the Atlantic !
Ocean nearly 21,000 times and
the Pacific more than 44,000
times. The organization also air
lifted more tnan 500,000 military
passengers and more than 90,000
tons of cargo ana mail.
The Order of Daedalians, an !
organization of World War I
pilots, established the award in
Stevenson to Speak
CHICAGO, April 11 (/P).—
Adlai Stevenson, the 1952 Dem
ocratic presidential candidate, i
will air his views on the Far East |
situation in a half-hour radio
It will be the first major ad
dress of the year for Mr. Steven
son and will be carried coast to
coast by two networks, without j
charge, as a public service
Columbia Broadcasting Sys
tem has announced it will broad
cast the speech from 10 to 10:30
p m. (EST). The National Broad-!
casting Co. has scheduled it from
10:30 to 11 p.m.
Friends say Mr. Stevenson re
ceived “hundreds of letters, tel
egrams and telephone calls”
which prompted the speech, as
an effort to give a clearer pic
ture of what he thinks the Far
Eastern situation might mean to
the United States.
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One of the chief aims of Mr
Raab’s visit is to try to find out
! what the Soviet government
| would consider suitable guar
; antees against an Austrian union
! with Germany. The talks are
1 expected to continue about four
Mr. Raab is accompanied by
Deputy Chancellor Adolf Schaerf,
Foreign Minister Leopold Figl
and Deputy Foreign Minister
Mr. Raab has promised his
j pro-Western government not to
■ make any secret agreements
with the Russians. He said be
fore departing: “If these talks
give the possibility for new and
this time successful negotiations
between the four powers, then
the purpose of our trip will be
Mr. Molotov unexpectedly in
dicated over the week end that
it may be possible for the Big
Four to reach agreement on
Austria soon. In a note to the
three Western powers, he said
further delay in reaching such
agreement is “unjustified.”
Mr Raab’s visit also may give
a clue to the future of Big Four
negotiations. The West has pro
i posed a meeting of the Big Four
I ambassadors in Vienna if the
i Russians give Mr. Raab a clear
promise of Austria freedom.
Falls Church Officer
Wins Song Contest
A Falls Church (Va.) man has
won a national song-writing con
test sponsored by the American
He is Capt. Samuel R. Loboda,
assistant leader of the United
States Army Band, of 203 Har
rison road. Falls Church. His
winning entry, "The American
Legion March,” will become the
i Legion’s official marching song.
Capt. Loboda, a veteran of 14
years Army service, won out over
: 318 other entrants and was
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