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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
With Regard to a
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Hargl tribute! but also court eoutlt
acknowledges the serrices and kind
•esses ot the many to orbeai o pat
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Moiled at whose names and od
dresses era aot known Insertian at
Sr cord at thanks may be arranged
Jby telephone te The Star ST 1-5000
Die Evening and Sunday Star
fWN, ISIDOB. The unvelllne ot o
lument to the memory of the late
X)ft BROWN, beloved husbond of
.. Rose Brown and father of Ber
nard Brown and Lucille Kessler, will
fine place on Sunday, April IT. 1055.
as-the Adas Israel Cemetery. Relatives
01 friends Invited. 17
cttßN. ETHEL. An unvelllne In mem-
S of the late ETHEL COHEN, beloved
Sther of Mrs Mary Pollack and Nor
■o R. Cohen, will be held on Sunday
April 17. 1055. at 1:30 p.m.. at the
OBev Sholom Cemetery. Relatives and
Intends Invited.
f\ Dcatfya
iAod. ELIZABETH. On Monday, April
ixL 1966. at Suburban Hospital. ELIZA
BETH ABOOD of 7000 Kentbury dr.,
abhesda. Md.. beloved wile ol Massoud
Mood, mother of Mary Connor, Alice
SKrlncton. Diane Marie, Marion. Louis
nEhard. John fi.. Francis M., Mitchell
Vt»nd Joseph Abood. Friends are
invited to call at the Bethesda-Chevy
Chase Funeral Home of Robert A. Pum
pSrey. Bethesda, Md. Services at the
Nfttvity Catholic Church, Georgia ave.
ami Peabody st. n.w.. where requiem
mass will be oflered on Thursday. April
|S at 9 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet
Cmoetery. 13
Allen. NANNIE A. On Saturday. April
0.71055 at Freedman’s Hospital. NAN
NIE A ALLEN, beloved mother ot Otis
• MTAllen. sister of Albert Wilson and
stmmother of Mattie Allen King of
St? Paul. Minn. Bhe Is also survived
by»a devoted cousin. Willie Hewln, with
wgom she resided at 1008 Columbia rd
n.w.: a devoted daughter-in-law. Mat
tld D. Allen, and many otber relatives
ana friends. After 6 pun. Tuesday.
Aobll 1~. friends may call at the
Brooks & Allen Funeral Home. 12 th
and Florida ave. n.w. Funeral Wednes
day April 13. at 1 p.m.. from Berean
Baptist Church, cor 11th and V sts.
n.w.. the Rev. Colbert Pearson offi
ciating. Casket will not be opened in
church Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. 12
April 11. 1055. ALBERT WILSON BAR
KIS of 3000 22nd st. n.e.. son of the late
JSbert and Mariline Wilson. Surviving
rn> one sister Mrs. Helen L. White:
«K> brothers. Julius C. and Virgil J.
Wilton, and otber relatives and many
{{fends. Notice of funeral later. Ar
tgpgements by McGuire. Ine. 14
BI&THEA. ALLEN. On Tuesday. April
fit 1056. ALLEN BEATHEA of 3213
(Fth st. n w.. beloved husband ot Mary
K Beathea. Notice of funeral later.
Arrangements by Jarvis.
BtifcLES. GLADYS J. On Friday. April
£*1055. GLADYS J. BOWLES of 1816
IC St n.w.. wife of Lewis H. Bowles
Sd mother of Donald L Stewart Also
tviving are her mother. Mrs. Caro
line Stewart: a sister, Mrs. Lillian
Birne and other relatives and many
Mends After 3p m. Tuesday, friends
asd invited to call at toe McOulre Fu
neral Home. 1820 Bth st. n.w.. where
services will be held Wednesday. April!
S. at 2 p.m. Interment Arlington Na
nai Cemetery. 13
Tuesday. April 13. 1055, ERNEST CAL
VIN (JACK) BRAOG of 113 17th st.
me., beloved husband of Helen M. Bragg.
Friends may call at the Robert A.
Mattingly Funeral Home. 131 11th
g$ s.e. Notice of funeral later.
CAkIPBELL. BESBIE. On Bunday. April
rST 1055. BESSIE CAMPBELL of 2831
VOth st. n.w.. devoted wife of Herman
Campbell, sister of Mrs. Hattie Turner.
BMtrlce and Edward Smith: Other
SBattves and friends also survive. Aster
SEp.m. Wednesday. April IS. frieMan
flmy call at the Frasier Funeral HoOSel-,
MO Rhode Island ave. n.w.. where
Hrvieea will be held on Thursday.
April 14. at 1 p.m. Interment Wood- >
lawn Cemetery. 13
tSorne st.. Kent Village. Md.. on April
mT 1955. daughter of John R. and
Grace B. Carpenter, sister of Louie R.
Sand Sandra J. Carpenter. Services at
CBambers’ Funeral Home. 5801 Cleve
id ave.. Rlverdale. Md.. on Thursday,
ril 14. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Fort
icoln Cemetery. 13
CfirOE. ESTHER. On Friday. April* 8.
1955. at Emergency Hospital. ESTHER
CATOE of 1712 Corcoran st. n.w.
Ohe is survived by two sons, one daugh
ter, one grandson, three brothers, two
maters and a host of otber relatives
fid friends. Remains resting at
Sr ton's Mortuary. 1324 You st. n.w..
ere services will be held on Wednes
day. April 13. at 11 a.m.. Rev. Leroy
Waldo officiating. Interment Woodlawn
denly. on Monday, April 11. 1955. at
Children ! Hospital, Master JOHN ED
WARD COPPINGER. beloved son of Mr.
fitd Mrs Joseph M. Copplnger. sr„ of
MSO Neeley rd.. Silver Bpring. Md..
mother of Cheryl A.. Joseph M.. Jr., and
Ames K Copplnger. and grandson ol
ttr. and Mrs. Richard E. White and
M T and Mrs. Martin J. Copplnger.
John rests et the Warner E. Pumphrey
funeral Home 8434 Georgia ave.. Silver
Siring Md. Mass of the angels will
to offered for the repose of his soul
3 Thursday. April 14. at 9 a.m.. at
m. Camlllus’ Catholic Church. Avenet
3.. Silver Spring. Md. Interment
George Washington Memorial Cemetery.
Monday. April 11. 1055. at his home.
6516 70th at.. Cabin John. Md..
loved husband of the late Maggie M.
Cummings and father of Mrs. Isabelle
M Lelsear. Mra. Hasel B. De Witt and
Walter Schley. Friends are Invited to
call at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Fu
neral Home of Robert A. Pumphrey.
Bethesda. Md.. until 12 noon Wednes
day. April 13: thence to lie In state
at the Cabin John Methodist Church.
(i services will be held at 2 p.m.
nent Potomac Methodist Church
. NANNIE. Departed this life
day, April 0. 19*5. at Bt. Ellsa-
Hospital, NANNIE DREW. Ar
ments by the Taft H. Williams Fu-
Home. 4445 Deane eve. ne.
e of funeral lateT. Mrs. Nellie
. sister, may be reached at AD.
>4. 12*
April 11, 1955. WILLIAM ALBERT
TON. the beloved husband of
ta H Plouton and father of Ina
Sims runeral from the W. W.
Funeral Home. 4812 Oeorgla ave.
ff.w.. on Thursday. April 14. at HnSO
a.m Interment Arlington National
Cemeterv. 13
GARNER. W. IRVIN. Suddenly, on Sun
day. April 10. 1955. at his residence.
4313 Sheridan st., University Park, Md-
W. IRVIN GARNER, beloved husband
of Ella B. Oarner. He also Is sur
vived by a sister, jiariaret Garner, end
three brothers. Edward. Charles and
Noah Oarner. Mr. Garner rests at
the Oascn Funerai Home. HyattsvlLe.
Md., where services will be held on
Wednesday. April 13. at 2:30 p.m.
Relatives and friends invited. Inter
ment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
GARNER. WILLIAM I. A special com-
A munleatlop ol Joppa Lodge.
Ml No. 35. F. A. A. M.. It hereby
ITS called for 1:16 P.m, Wednea
day. April 13. 1865. for the
WljW purpose of conducting the Ma
sonic burial services for our
\y late brother. WILLIAM I.
GARNER. By order of
ROBERT A. MAYER. Secretary.
Saturday. April 9. 1955. FRANCES
st. n.w.. wile of William A. Oust, lov
ing mother of Mrs. Elaine r. Tomp
kins, Melvin and Phyllis E. Gum: sister
of Mrs. Buelah E. Foreman. Claude A..
Herbert L.. Ruby A and Aideli* W
Madison. Grandmother of Dianne and
Melvin Tomnklru. After 3 p.m. Tues
day. April , 13. friends may call at
Frasier’s Funeral Home. 388 R, I ave.
n.w., where services will be held on
Wednesday. April 13, at 1 p.m. Rev.
Robert Anderaon officiating. Inter
ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 13
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HARMIe. ABA V. On Sunday. April 10.
1965. at Suburban Hospital. ADA V.
HARRIS of 3809 Thornapple st.. Chevy
Chase, Md.. beloved wife of the late
Dr. .Asa T. Harris, sister of Mrs. Minnie
Darling. Mrs. Alice Pattlson. Mrs. Mabel
Hurd and Miss Sarah Gray Friends
are Invited to call at the Bethesda-
Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert
A pumphrey. Bethesda. Md.. where
wwa. will be held on Wednesday.
Ap7l 13. at 10 ajn. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. Frederick, Md.
HARRIS, LIZZIE. ' On Saturday. April
9. 1965. LIZZIE HARRIS oflSo2 7th
st. n.w.. the loving mother of Eve
Henderson. She also Is survived by
one granddaughter and two great
grandehlldren Friends may call at the
W. H. Bacon Funeral Home. 1722 7th
at. n.w., after 5 p.m. Wednesday. April
13. Services will be held at the Spring
field Baptist Church at 1 p.m. Thurs
day. April 14. Rev. Marshall officiating.
Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. 13*
April 12. 1955. DONIS MARIE HAN
SEN. daughter of Mary and the late
Peter L. Hansen and sister of Mrs.
Everett C. Johnson of Arlington. Ve.
Services will be held at the Trinity
Presbyterian Church. 16th and Ingle
wood sts. North. Arlington. Va., on
Wednesday. April 13. at 10 a.m. In
terment Audubon. lowa.
HAWK. BRUCE R. Suddenly, on Mon
day. April 11. 1955. at his restdence.
1400 Decatur st. n.w., BRUCE R.
HAWK, husband of Ellen D. Hawk,
father of Mrs. E. D. Topp and Miss
Shirley M Hawk. Services at the S.
H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 I4th
st. n.w.. on Thursday. April 14. at
2 p.m. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. 13
April 10. 1955. at Sibley Hospital,
at. n.e.. beloved busband of Marie P
Hayes, father of John Francis. lr.:
Milton 8., Robert J.. Paul J., Joaeph
Hayes and Marie Chamberlin. Friends
may call at the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home, 2901 14th st. n.w. Services at
the above funeral home on Wednesday.
April 13. at 0:30 a.m.: thence to St.
Anthony's Catnolie Church. 12th and
Monroe sta n.e., where the holy sacrifice
of the mass will be offered at 10 a.m.
for the repose of his soul. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. 13
HAYES. JOHN F. Members of Wash
#lngton Council. No. 224.
Knlgbts of Columbus, are
hereby notified of the death
of our late brother. JOHN
F. HAYES, and are re
auested to assemble at the
8. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. at 8:15 1
p.m. Tuesday, April 12, 1955. lor reci
tation of the rosary.
April id. 1955. at Prince George Gen
eral Hospital. JOCELYN MAE HICK
MAN of 1401 Langley way. Hyattsvllle.
Md., beloved wife of Roy T. Hickman,
mother of Mrs. Allen Himes. She also
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 Flrrnds may call at the S H.
Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. ,
n.w.. from 7 p.m. Monday until (1 p.m. :
Tuesday Services at the Church of
Christ. 4801 ]6tb st. n.w.. on Tuesday,
April 12 at 8 P.m. Interment West
Union Cemetery. Bardls. Ohio. 13
April 11. 1055, at the home of her
daughter. Mrs. John A. Phoebus ot near
Mount Airy. Md.. DOLLIE D. HILDE
BRAND. wife of the late James M.
Hildebrand, mother of Mrs. Charles
Kemp. Mrs. Susie Ponton and Mrs.
John A Phoebus, sister of William H.
Barrett and Mrs. Virginia Hough. Mrs.
Hildebrand rests at the OUrf L. Moles
worth Funeral Home. Damascus. Md..
until 2 pm Wednesday. April 13:
thence to the home of Mrs. John A.
Phoebus. Services on Thursday, April
14, at 11 a.m., at the Damascus
Methodist Church. Interment 6t.
Paul’s Cemetery, Point of Rocks. Md.
HOLDEN. ALICE E. On Saturday. April
9 1955. at Fort Lauderdale. Fla., ALICE
E. HOLDEN, the beloved wife of the
. late Walter Scott Holden, mother ot
Allied W Holden and sister of Amy
Gordon Funeral from the W. W. Deal
Funeral Home, 48X2 Georgia ave. n.w.,
on Thursday, April 14. at 1:30 p.m.
Interment Columbia Gardens Ceme
tery. 13
HOLDEN, ALICE E. Officers and mem-
K - bers ot Bethlehem Chapter.
No. 7. O. E. S.. are requested
Jaßsl te assemble at the Deal Fu
valL neral Home. 4812 Oeorgia
»ve. n.w.. at 8 p.m. Wednes-
W day. April 13. 1955. for the
V purpose of conducting iuneral
services for our late sister. ALICE E.
Worthy Matron.
MYRTLE L DAVIS. Secretary. 13
‘.fflßAefcaL, HURLBUT. iormerly, of
. Otevy C&a«E. Md.. ’wit* *of the ’ late I
Manly T. Hurlbut and mother ot Frank i
D. Hurlbut of White Plains, N. and
Terry A. Hurlbut of Yonkers. N. Y i
Friends may call at the Chevy Chase
Funerai Home. 5103 Wisconsin ave.
n.w., after 1 pm. 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
this life suddenly on Saturday, April
9, 1955. Mr. EDWARD D. JOHNSON
of 408 Columbia rd. n.w. He is sur
vived by a devoted mother. Mrs. Leoda
Johnson: a father, Mr. David Johnson:
three sisters. Mrs. Emma Nelson. Mrs.
Evelyn Williams and Mrs. Eulalia
Belle, and a host of other relatives
and many friends. Remains may be
viewed on Tuesday. April 13. after 1
p.m.. at the Hall Bros. Funeral Home.
821 Florida ave. n.w.. where services
will be held on Wednesday. April 13.
at 9:30 a.m. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery.
KLHOE. MARIE M. On Monday. April
11. 1955 at Garfield Hospital. MARIE j
M. KEHOE (nee Power) of 1515 Ogden
st. n.w , beloved wife of Henry F. Kehoe. I
mother of Marie K. McLean and Paul |
K. Kehoe Funeral from the Collins
Funeral Hqme. 3821 14th st. n.w.. on
Thursday, April J 4, at 8:30 a.m. Re
quiem mass at the Shrine of the Sacred
Heart at 9 am. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. 13 I
KLRKOW. FRANK. Suddenly, on Mon- !
day. April 11. 1955, FRANK KERKOW,
the beloved husband of Amanda Dorsey
Kerkow. Services at the W. W. Deal
1 Funeral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.ff..
on Thursday. April 14. at 3 p.m. In
terment private. 13
KING. SAMUEL D. On Bunday. April
11, 1955. at the D. C. General Hos
pital. SAMUEL D. KING. He loaves
to mourn their loss two sons. James
and Joseph King: three daughters.
Frances. Catherine and Elise King. He
also Is survived by six brothers. Earl
H.. Ulysses. William J.. Raymond T..
Eaward R. and Frederick L. King:
three sisters. Mrs, Dorothy Robinson.
Mrs. Florence Hughes and Miss Oenave
King: four aunts, one uncle. - other
relatives and many friends. Remains
resting at the Morrow At Woodford
Funeral Home. 1822 11th st. n.w.
Notice ot funeral later.
tan, Va.. on April 8. 1955. husband
of Edith K. Krebs, father of Mrs.
Blaine Herring. Mrs. H Daniel Wilson
and Virgil C Krebs, lr. Remains at
Chambers' Funeral Home. 3072 M st.
n.w. Services at Arlington National
Cemetery on/ Wednesday. April 13. at
9 a.m. !
11. 1965. in Washington, D. C.. VIR
GINIA LANDERS, mother of Mrs. Flor
ence G. Landers of 1474 Columbia
rd. n.w., sister of Frank Kessler of
Roanoke, Va Services at the Oakey
Funeral Home, Roanoke. Va., on Wcd
nesdaVji April 13. at 1 p.m. Interment
LEE. NOBA. On Monday., April 11.
1955. at Children’s Hospital. NORA
LEE of 1848 Irving it. n.w.. beloved
daughter of Kel M. and Betty Lee. sis
ter of Margaret and Rita Lee. Friends
may call at the Lee Funeral Home,
4th it. and Mass. a»e. where
services will be held on Thursday.
April 14. at 1 p.m. Interment George
Washington Cemetery. 13
LEWIS. WINIFRED K. Os 2313 Jamison
st., Hlllcrest Heights. Md.. on April
11. 1855. wife Ol the late Harry 8.
Lewis, mother of Hebron E. Burton.
Mrs. Helen G. Peters end Mrg. Louise
Fletcher sister of Mrs. Myrtle Her
rlngton. Services at Chamoers’ Fu-
Vt**2:3B p'jfr I°."
terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 13
LOMAX, CECELIA. Departed thta lUe
on Saturday. April 9. 1956. CECELIA
LOMAX of 1219 Delaware ave. a.w..
wife ot the lkte William Lomax. She
leaves te 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
irlends. Friends may call, at the
Barnes Ai Metthews’ Funeral Home. 814
4th it. 8.w.. after 5 P.m. Tuesday. April
12. Funeral aervlces will be held
Wedneadey. April 13. at I p.m.. at the
Zion Baptist Church. 337 P st. s.w.. the
Rev. A J Edwards officiating. Inter
ment Woodlawn Cemetery. 12
LOMAX, CECELIA. Officer* and mem
bers of the District Grand Lodge. No.
2, N. G U. O. of Chaldeans, are hereby
notified of the death of Past Associate
Mlitrws CECELIA LOMAX. Called
meeting at the dome. 3 8 it. n.e.. on
Tuesday. April 12. 1965. at 8 p.m.
Puperal on Wednesday, April 13. at 1
p.m.. from the Zion Baptist Church.
“““oWrud Secretary.
denly. on Monday, April 11. 1966. at
m!ddLETON Lyles” Helen
m s- M*rsT* f^s
Dillon of Roenoke, Va. Funeral serv
ices on Thursday. April 14. at 1:30
p.m.. at the Wheatley Funeral Home,
i 809 King at.. Alexandria. Va. Remains
resting at the above funeral home until
Thursday morntnx. April 14 Inter
ment Arlington National Cemetery. 13
‘ffisrws ururis
•lte«c Call ftpruct 3*7711 aiv«r 3 PA.
MCCANN. CECILIA G. On Saturday. I,
April 0. 1*66. at Georgetown Hospital.
CECILIA Q MeCANN of 1801 18th St
n.w beloved wtfe of James F. FcCann.
sister of Edward O'Donnell of Phils
delphta, Pa.: aunt at Natalia Hall of
Kansas City. Ksas.. and Roger Moran :
of Salem. N. J. Friends may call at ;
the 6. H Hines Co Funeral Home, 2901 >
14th st n.w. Prayers at the above;
funeral home on Wednesday. April 13.
at 9:30 a.m.: thence to St. Paul's Cath
olic Church. 15th and V sta. n.w.. vbare
the holy sacrifice of the mass wtl be <
offered at 10 a.m. for the repose el
her soul. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. (Philadelphia nepers
please copy i 13
April 10. 1986. at the Hadley Me
morial Hospital. SYLVIA LEE MACKAY.
wife of Donald Henry Msckay. *he
also is survived by three brothers end
two sisters. Fnenas mey call st
Gawler's Chapel. 1758 P*. ave. n.w.
(free parking opposite). Services will
be held at Pori Myer Chapel on Thurs
day. April 14. at 9 am. Interment
Arlington Nitlonal Cemetery.
MOLTON, WALTER. Suddenly, on Wed
nesday. April 6. 1955. at Preedmen’a
Hospital. WALTER MOLTON, beloved
husband of Mrs. Plora Molten. He
also Is suivlved by three sisters. Mrs.
Matilda Richardson. Mrs. Josephine
Woodland and Mrs. Helen High: one
brother. Edward Day. and a host of
other relatives and friends. Funeral
services on Tuesday. April 12, at 1
&m„ at the Johnson & Jenkins Funeral
ome. 1792 12th st. n.w.. Rev. Taylor
OAKLEY. WILBUR J. On Monday. April
11, 1955. at the Alexandria Hospital.
wiLBUR J. OAKLEY of 2803 Old
Dominion blvd.. Alexandria. Va.. hus
band of Mrs. Annie B. Oakley, brother
of Mrs Ethel Bush and Mrs. Elisabeth
Poeh. Funeral services on Wednesday.
April 13, at 8:45 a.m., at the Cun
ningham Funeral Home. Cameron end
Alfred ate.. Alexandria. Ya. Inter
ment Arlington National Cemetery.
OWENS, EVA M. On Tuesday. April
13. 1965. at Georgetown University
Hospital. EVA M. OWENS of 1262 21st
st. n.w.. beloved wife of the late Mar
vellous J. Owens, mother of Anne M.
Owens. Eston A. and the late Charles
Irvin Boyd. Funeral from the James
T. Ryan Funeral Home. 317 Pa. ave.
s.e., on Thursday. April 14, at 9:30
a.m Requiem mass at St. Peter's
Church at 10 a.m. Relatives end
friends Invited. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery. 13
PAULDING. JAMES. Suddenly, on Fri
day, April S. 1956, JAMES PAULDINO
of 715 loth st. n.e. He is survived by
four sisters, seven brothers and other
relatives. Friends may call at the
Malvan It Schey. Inc., Funeral Home.
New Jersey ave. and R st. n.w.. after
4 p.m. today, where funeral services
will be held on Wednesday. April 13,
at 11 a.m. Interment Woodlawn Ceme
tery. •
Monday. April 11. 1955. ELMER LEE
IPEEWEEI PAYNE Os 2425 33rd st.
s.e.. beloved husband of Mary Agnes
Payne inee Keating). Friends may
call at the Robert A. Mattingly Fu
neral Home. 131 11th st. s.e.. until
Thursday. April 14. at 9 a.m. Re
quiem mass at the St. Francis Xavier
Church at 9:30 a.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. 13
PAYNE. ERNEST A. On Sunday. April
10. 1955. at D. C. General Hospital.
ERNEST A PAYNE, devoted husband
of Annie L. Payne, father ol Mrs. Julia
Carroll. Mrs. Beatrice Carroll, Mrs.
Thelma Coufer. Edith, Barbara. Louis,
Earl. Milton. Donald, Ernest. tr„ and
Edward Payne, brotber of Mrs. Prances
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.
PENCE. FRANK M. On Tuesday. April
12. 1965. at hla residence, aouo New
Hampshire eve. n.w.. FRANK M.
PENCE, beloved husband of Bess J.
Pence, father of Mrs. Frances E.
Dunn. Frank W. and Richard O. Pence,
brother of Louis M.. Owen E. and John
W. Pence He also Is survived by
four grandchildren. Services at the
8. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901
14th st. n.w.. on Thursday. April 14.
at 10 a.m. Interment Fort Lincoln
Cemetery. 13
day. April 8, 1956, THOMAS McKIN
LEY POINTS, beloved father of Mc-
Kinley O. Points, brother of Mrs. Mattie
Curtis ot Los Angeles, Calif.: Mrs.
Pearl Ferguson. Washington. D. C.:
Lawrence Points, Calvert. Tex., and
James R. Points of Arlington, Va. Many
other reUtlVgs and friends also sur
vive Mr. Points' remains may be viewed
at 3316 Dent place n.w. after 0 p.m.
Tuesday. April 13 Funeral services
12:30 p.m. Wednesday. April 13, at
Calloway Methodist Church, 5000 Lee
highway. Arlington, Va., the Rev. J. F.
Monroe In charge. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. Arrangements by
Chinn Funeral Service. 12*
PLOW DEN. HENRY. _ Departed thu life
on Bundey, April 10. 1955. HENRY
PLOWDEN of 1323 4th st. #.w„ de
voted husband ol Blanche Plowden,
father of Ella P. Jackson. Glen Delaney.
Mary. Pauline and Leora Plowden and
Raymond and Herman Plowden. He
also Is survived by two daughters-lav
low. Eva and Delores Plojvdeni eight .
grgndchHHrdn. one «teat-grdhdchild’artd
a host of other relative? and friends.
Remains resting at the Barnes & Mat
thews Funeral Home. 614 4th st. a.w.
Notice of funeral later.
April lU. 1965. et Mount Alto Hospital.
JOHN W. PURCELL, beloved husband
ol Alice Purcell. Notice of funeral
later. Arrangements by W. Ernest
Jarvis Funerai Home. 1432 You st. n.w.*
BAMMOND. GEORGE E. On Sunday. April
10, 1955. GEOROE I HAMMOND of
3321 Blaine st. me., beloved husband
ol Eva M. Sainmond. nephew of Mary
Sammond. Friends may call at the
Lee Funeral Home. 4th and Mass. ave.
n.e., until 9'3t) a.m. Wednesday. April
13. Requiem mass will be offered at
Holy Comforter Catholic Church. 14th
and Eait Capitol sts. at 10 a.m. In
terment Cedar HIU Cemetery. 12
SIXMA. WILLIS. On Saturday, April
9, 1855. at Bethesda. Md., WILLIB
SIXMA of Bluemont. Va.. beloved hus
band of Alta Stxma. lather ol Delbert.
Clair. Henry and Thomas Slxma.
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 Vi . at
1 p.m Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. 12
.-.nn, 10 i.. 00, at rreeamens Hospital,
MARY LEE BPEAKB of 4820 Bennlng
rd. s.e,. beloved wtfe of William O.
Speaks, sister of Mrs. Cecelia Tlldon
and Reverdy Jackson, foster mother of
Mrs. Jacqueline Barnes. Mrs. Bessie
Lee Proctor, Robert, William and
Lawrence Giles. Mrs. Marie Hackley.
aunt of Dolores Kerrlck. Franklin Hol
land and Reverdy Jackson, lr.: cousin
ol Mis. Bertie Dade ol New York:
sister-in-law of Mrs. Martha R. Jack
son. Mrs Sarah Tyson and Mr. John
R. Stokes. Also survived by a devoted
friend. Mra. Badle Deane, other rela
tives and many friends. Notice of
funeral later. Arrangements by
STARR. LILLIAN M. On Sunday. April
10. 1955. et Hahnemann Hospital.
LILLIAN fit. STARR of 1713 Q It. mw..
sister of O. J. Starr. San Antonio. Tex.
Services at the 8. H. Hines Co Fu
neral Home. 2001 14th st. n.w. on
Tuesday. April 12. at 8 P.m. Inter
ment Maryville, Mo. 12
STEEL. ANNIE. On Monday. April 11.
1955. ANNIE BTEKL of 1817 Swann
st n.w. Notice of funeral later. Ar
slfDfifTH? tS *^BKRT le jß On Sunday.
April 10. 1955, ROBERT B. SUDDITH
of Locust Dale, Va.. formerly of Wash
ington, D C., beloved husband of
Alice O Suddith. son of Mrs. Alma B.
Suddlth father of Mra. Charlotte E.
West of Roanoke. Va.: Miss Patricia
A. Suddith of Locust Dale. Va., and
Robert B. Suddith. Jr., of Alexandria.
W He also is survived by five sisters.
Funeral services 11 a.m. Tuesday, April
12. Id Culpeper Methodist Church. Cul
peper. Va. Interment Falrvlew Ceme-
SWA!iiNi U GBACE Os 706 F at. s.w., on
April 10. losi. wife of Claudius C.
Swann, mother of John H. and Oliver
P. Godwin, daughter ol Mary F.
LledUch. fehe also is survived by
five brothers and seven sisters. Serv
ices at Chambers’ Funeral Home. 517
11th st. »*. on Thursday, April 14.
at 1 p.m Interment National Me
morial Park Cemetery. Palls Church. Va.
A mass of requiem will b* oHered for
the repos* of the soul of MARGARET
lon pi.. Hyattsvllle. Md.. the beloved
wife of the let* William Tompkins and
mother of Mrs Marguerite Fltgpetrick.
Mrs. Elisabeth Cook ol Fells Church.
Va.: Mrs. Bernardlne Gublsch. Mrs.
*nd*M*rUn >r j
Pa., on Wednesday. April 13, 1956
at St. John the Baptist; de la Salle
Church, Sartent and ChlUura rds..
at 8:20 a.m. Relative* and friends
are Invftea 12
ess. 10 m A“.s|iarY^«B:
beloved husband ofVlrgtnla *■ Walters,
father of Aubrey N. Walters and brother
of Anne A Richter. Friends are In
vited to call at the Colonial Funeral
Home of Robert A. Pumnhrey, Rock
ville Md.. where services will be held
on Wednesday. April 13. _at 2 pm.
Sent Dernestown Presbyterian
q. C C§AKLES HENRY. Suddenly.
n.w He leaves to mourn three
sisters. Mrs. Hattie Tutt. Mrs.
Lucille Ewell and Prances Watson: three
brothers. Harold Watson. Casper Wet
son and Raymond Watson, all of Har
risonburg. Va.: five uncles, two eunto,
two niece*, two nephews, and a host
of other relatives and friends. Re
mains resting at the Darden Funeral
Home. 1225 11th et. n.W;. after 1
p.m. Wednesday, April 13. Funeral at
11:30 am. Thursday. April 14, from
the above chapel. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. Family may be
U JL iMAMaicmv
feor'' Qmekflr
Admiral Sprague Dies;
Leyte Gulf Commander
Vice Admiral Clifton Albert
Frederick Sprague, 59, who re
ceived the Navy Cross for com
manding a task unit in the cru
cial World War n battle of Leyte
Gulf, died yesterday at the Naval
Hospital in San Diego, Calif.
He was commandant of the
17th Naval District and of the
Alaskan Sea Frontier when he
retired from the Navy In 1951.
He lived in Coronado. Calif.
Admiral Sprague held the Le
gion of Merit with three gold
stars In addition to the Navy
At Bikini Tests
One of the gold stars was for
his part in training air groups
that took part in Operations
Crossroads and commanding
them during the first atomic
bomb tests at Bikini.
Admiral Sprague was bom in
Dorchester, Mass., and was
graduated from the Naval Acad
emy in 1917. A Naval aviator, he
was executive officer at the Na
s.e.. on April 11. 1955. husband of
the late Nellie Weaning and brother
of Arthur Weaning of Marion, Ohio.
Services et Chambers’ Funeral Home.
617 11th st. s.e.. on Wednesday, April
13. at 10 a.m. Interment Green Hill
Cemetery. Martinsburg. W. Va., st
1 p.m
WHALEY. JACOB. Departed this life i
suddenly on Friday. April 8. 1955. at i
9:30 a.m.. at his residence. 406 Brown
ct. n.w.. JACOB WHALEY He leaves
to mourn their loss nieces and nephews
and other relatives and friends. Fu
neral on Wednesday. April 13. at 1
p.m.. from the Hoffman Funeral Home.
811 K st. n.w. Interment Woodlawn
Cemetery. Arrangements by St. Jo
seph's Funeral Home. *
April 11. 1955. at hts residence, 1767
the beloved husband ol Kathleen
Wienecke. father of Mrs. Margaret
Fisher. Chris J. and Thomas F. Wienecke
and Miss Helen Wienecke. all of Wash
ington. D C.: brother of Mrs. Thomas
McVearry of Btlver Spring. Md.. and
Henry Wienecke of Tucson. Arli.
Friends may call at the Lee Funeral
Home, 4th st. snd Mass. ave. n.e..
where services will be held on Thurs
day. April 14, at 2:30 p.m. Inter
ment Prospect Hill Cemetery. 13
WILLES. KATE A. On Monday. April
11. 1965. at her residence. Croon),
Md.. KATE A. WILLES. beloved daugh
ter of the late Rev. Daniel Ellis Willes
snd the late Blthynia Meed Feet Willes.
Priends ere Invited to cell st the St.
Thomas Episcopal Church. Croom. Md..
where hev remains will Ue in state
until 11 a.m. Wednesday. April 13.
at which time funeral servlets will be
conducted bv the Rev. Joseph N. Ped
rlck. Interment In church cemetery.
WRIGHT, JOHN C. On Monday. April
11. 1955. In Bamberg. S. C.. JOHN
C. WRIGHT ol 6624 Western ave..
Chevy Chase, Md . beloved husband ot
Cordelia B. Wright, father of Nadia
W. Zimmerman and Dale J. Wright,
brother ol Miss Chloe and Jacob Wright.
Priends are Invited to call at the
Bethesda-Chevy Chase Funeral Home of
Robert A. Pumphrey. Bethesda. Md..
until 12 noon Thursday. April 14:
thenee to the Wallace Memorial United
Presbyterian Church. New Hampshire
ave. and Randolph st. n.w.. where
servlets will be held st 2 p.m. In
terment Rock Creek Cemetery. 13
in fHrmnrtam
ANDERSON. MAMIE. In loving memory '
of our dear mother. MAMIE ANDER
SON. Who departed this life five years
ago today. April 12, i 960.
Deep la our hearts lies a picture
Os a lot ed one laid to rest;
In memory's frame we shell keep it.
Because she was one of the. best.
ARNETT, LUCY. In memory of our deer
mother. LUCY ARNETT, who passed
away sixteen years ago today, April
12. 1030.
We loved you and dad. mother.
Our hearts ache for you still;
A place is vacant now
That never will be filled.
BAYLOB. WILFORD. In loving memory
of our dear son and rather. WILFORD
BAYLOR, who departed this Ufa nine
years ago today. April 12. 1946
Through the years we have suffered.
Tolling night and day.
Our plans for life were altered
When you were taken away.
But In spite of our situation.
No matter what hardships w* find.
We have to keep going forward.
You left such a memory behind.
memory of our father, PRANCIB LEWIS
CARDOZO, who died eleven years ago.
CURTIS, LULA. The Easter season Is a
most sacred occasion, also a sad one
for me: It was Eastertime five years
ago today. April 12. 1950. my dear
mother. Mrs. LULA CURTIS, left tne
so unexpectedly.
Beautiful memories.
loving remembrance of our beloved
who departed this life gfk years ago
today, April 12. 1949.
REMBERT. PINKIE A. In loving mem
ory of my beloved wife. PINKIE A.
REMBERT. who pasted away two years
ago today, April 12. 1953.
The silent touch of thy vanished hand,
The tender consoling word spoken In
the atlll. smell voice, bring comfort to
my heart.
SLAUGHTER. JOHN H. A tribute Os love
end devotion to our father. JOHN H.
SLAUGHTER, who departed this life
fifteen years ago today. April 12. 1940.
in our hearts we shall always keep
Those happy days before death'a sleep,
Mey we In our living be genuine, true.
For that la what you would have ua do.
And John slaughter, grace s
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val Air Station, Anacostia, in
1925 and 1926 and afterwards he
was at Hampton Roads, Va. He
was executive officer of a train
ing squadron at the Naval Acad
emy from 1929 to 1931.
His first ship command was in
1939, the airplane tender Patoka
The next year he commanded the
seaplane tender Tangier and was
at Pearl Harbor when the Japa
nese struck.
Commanded Wasp
Admiral Sprague was the first
commanding officer of the car
rier Wasp. In this command he
took part in raids on Marcus and
Wake Islands in 1944 and in the
capture, occupation and defense
of Saipan, Tinian and Guam.
The same year he commanded
Carrier Division 25. In 1949 he
was commanding officer of Car
rier Division 6.
Survivors Include his widow.
Annabel: two daughters. Mrs.
Daniel Vaughn, Santa Clara,
Calif., and Mrs. Travis Reneau,
Chula Vista, Calif.
Father Teilhard, 74,
Aided in Discovery
Os Peking Man
NEW YORK, April 12 UP).—
, The Rev. Pierre Teilhard de
1 Chardin, 74, Jesuit priest and
noted paleoanthropologist who
took part in the discovery of the
Peking Man, died Sunday.
Bom in France, Father Teil
hard was sent on his first scien
tific mission to China in 1923,
' and from 1929 to 1945 served as
an adviser to the National Geo
logical Survey of China.
This position led to his colab
oration for 10 years with Dr.
Davidson Black and Dr. Franz
Weidenrelch. Their research,
supported by the Rockefeller
Foundation, led to the discovery
of Peking Man, one of the major
finds concerning prehistoric man.
Ernest Hutchinson,
Trade Stamp Man
SEATTLE, April 12
nest Hutchinson, 84, credited
with originating the green-stamp
merchandise exchange system,
died in a hosiptal here Sunday
after a week’s illness.
Mr. Hutchinson, whose family
said he conceived the idea of the
stamps in Battle Creek, Mich.,
moved here in 1903. Under the
plan, green stamps were given
with purchases at retail outlets.
The stamps later were redeem
able for merchandise.
Survivors include a son, Archi
bald, of Seattle, and Shelly
Hutchinson, New York.
Thomas D. Nash,
Democratic Leader
CHICAGO. April 12 UP).—
Thomas D. Nash, 69, long one of
Chicago’s Democratic leaders,
died yesterday after a lengthy
illness. Mr. Nash, who began his
political career in 1911 as an
alderman, at one time was Cook
County treasurer and Cook
County public administrator. He
headed a law firm for many
Mr. Nash, a South Side ward
committeeman, was a cousin of
the late Patrick J. Nash, the
city’s Democratic leader.
Warehouse Thefts
Laid to Chauffeur
A Government chauffeur has
been charged with stealing Gov
ernment property from the Parr-
Franconia warehouse in Fairfax
William Earl Baylor, 33, col
ored, of 346 M place S.W., was
charged by Federal authorities
in Alexandria yesterday with
taking 100 pounds of shortening.
48 pounds of coffee, five gallons
of paint, 15 brushes and 60
pounds of sugar.
Wife-Beater's Appeal
Brings Longer Term
Willie Black thought a 60-day
jail sentence he received in
Prince Georges Trial Justice
Court for wife-beating was in
appropriate. He appealed.
Circuit Judge John B. Gray,
Jr., who heard the 30-year-old
colored man’s appeal yesterday
agreed that something should be
done about the sentence. He in
creased it to six months in the
Maryland House of Corrections.
—Harria-Ewtnf Photo
John C. Wright,
Noted Educator
Dr. John Calvin Wright, 78,
who spent a lifetime as a voca
tional education expert, died yes
terday of a heart attack in Bam
berg, S. C. He and his wife were
returning to their Chevy Chase
(Md.) home after a trip to Flor
ida when he was stricken last
Dr. Wright had been director
of the old Federal Board for
Vocational Education for 12
years. After the board merged
with the Office of Education, he
became assistant commissioner
for vocational education, a Job
he held for 12V2 years until 1946.
Afterwards he was a consultant
with the Office of Inter-American
Affairs, retiring in December,
1953. He lived at 5624 Western
avenue. Chevy Chase, Md.
Dr. Wright was born in Elk
hart County. Ind. He received
degrees from the University of
Missouri and his doctorate from
Stout Institute in Wisconsin.
After teaching in Missouri and
Kansas, he became director of
vocational instruction in Kan
sas City, Mo.
Joined Federal Board
Dr. Wright came to Wash
ington in 1919 as regional agent
with the Federal Board for Vo
cational Education and later
was special agent for war train
ing. He was chief of trade and
industrial education section be
fore he was made director of
the board.
He had been a delegate to
various educational conferences
In Santiago and Mexico City.
In 1945 he was chairman of the
United States Commission to
study vocational education in
Dr. Wright was a veteran of
the Spanish American War. He
was a charter member ot the
Boone Family Association, Amer
ican Order of Pioneers and a
member of the National Educa
tion Association and the Ameri
can Vocational Association.
Wrote TextbMJia .
He had written foitr volumes
on “Automotive Repait” and was
the co-author of automotive con
struction and vocational educa
tion books.
Dr. Wright is survived by his
widow, Cordelia; a son. Dale,
Peoria, 111.; a daughter, Mrs.
Nadia Zimmerman, 1654 Prim
rose road N.W.; a brother, Jake.
Lyndon, Kans.; a sister, Miss
Chloe Wright, Overbrook, Kans.,
and four grandchildren. Another
daughter, Mrs. Genevieve Smith,
of Arlington, died last year.
Services will be held at 2 p.m.
Thursday at Wallace Memorial
Presbyterian Church. Randolph
and New Hampshire avenue N.W.
Burial will be in Rock Creek
Thousands of Swedes
Fought in Civil War
ATLANTA.-t-Thousands of sol
diers of Swedish birth or descent
took part in the Civil War. In
fact, more Swedes saw action in
that war than in any other in
the past 140 years.
The great majority were immi
grants, but some, particularly of
ficers, came expressly from Swe
den to participate.
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Dr. Shelly, 52,
Retired Editor
Dr. Charmlon Shelby, 52, re
tired historian and editor in the
Hispanic Foundation at the Li
brary of Congress, died Sunday
at her home in Austin, Tex.
For the last 10 years, Dr.
Shelby had been engaged in
translating a book about De-
Soto ’* expedition to Florida
written in the early 17th cen
tury by the Peruvian historian,
Garcilaso de la Zega. It was
to be published by the Hakluyt
Society of London. She had
contributed to various learned
publications. Including the His
panic American Historical Re
Dr. Shelby was bom in Aus
tin and was educated at the Uni
versity of Mexico and the Uni
versity .of Texas. She was a
translator at the latter school
and formerly taught at a college
in San Antonio. Tex.
For 12 years she was with the
Library of Congress where she
was assistant editor of the Hand
book of Latin America Studies.
She retired in 1953 because of
illness and went to Austin to live.
She had formerly lived here in
Silver Bpring.
Survivors are her mother, Mrs.
Mabel C. Shelby of Austin; four
brothers and four sisters, Mrs.
George Leibowitz, 1938 Rosemary
Hills drive. Silver Spring; R. E.
Shelby, Teaneck, N. J., a vice
president of the National Broad
casting Co.; J. Aubrey, Mac-
Dalton. Beverly G. and Miss
Marigold Bhelby. all of Austin;
Miss Martha Janice Shelby, with
the Methodist Mission Board in
India, and Mrs. J. M. Smith,
McDill Air Force Base, Fla.
Services and burial will be held
tomorrow in Austin.
Arthur E. Nelson, 62,
Ex-Mayor of St. Paul
CHICAGO, April 12 (/P).—
Arthur E. Nelson, 62, an attorney
and former Mayor of St. Paul,
Minn., died yesterday in St.
Luke’s Hospital.
Mr. Nelson was admitted to the
Minnesota bar in 1915 and five
years later was named corpora
tion counsel for St. Paul. He
later was elected Mayor and
served two terms, from 1922 to
1926, when he returned to the
practice of law. Mr. Nelson was
an Army veteran of World War I.
He had lived in Chicago for the
last 10 years.
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Mrs. Pewett,
Church Aide
Mrs. Henkel Pewett. 75, an
active Methodist church worker
during the 50 years she lived in
Jonesboro. Ark., died yesterday
at the home of her son in Chevy
Chase, Md. Her son is Edwin H.
Pewett, 4201 Bradley lane, a
Washington attorney.
Mrs. Pewett was the former
Anna McCoy. She was bom Au
gust 7,1870, in Hot Spring Coun
ty, Ark., and was married De
cember 22, 1599.
She was formerly president of
the Women's Society for Chris
tian Service for Northern Ar
kansas and had been a member
of the Board of Missions and
Church Extension for the Meth
odist Church.
After the death of her husband
eight yearn ago, she came to
Chevy Chase to live with her
Besides her son, she is sur
vived by a daughter, Mrs. Ralph
Klee, Billings, Mont.; a sister,
Mrs. L. B. Lewis. Little Rock,
Ark., and three grandchildren,
Edwin Pewett, Jr.; Robert H. and
Daniel R. Pewett.
Services and burial will be
held tomorrow morning In Jones
boro. 1
Hyattsville Youth
Cited byAMVETS
Edward G. Horstkamp. Jr., 18,
of 2725 Nicholson street. West
Hyattsville, has been selected as
the most outstanding member of
the Metropolitan Police Boys’
Club No. 10.
Named by AMVETS Columbia
Heights Post. No. 6, Mr. Horst
kamp will receive the AMVETS
Annual Citizenship Award
The trophy, sponsored by the
post, is based on leadership,
sportsmanship and attendance.
It was awarded to Mr. Horst
kamp, a spokesman said, “be
cause as a member of the Boys’
Club for 11 years, he has repeat
edly demonstrated these at
“With this outstanding rec
ord.” Comdr. Eugene R. Holland
said, “he is a credit to his com
munity and to the club.”
Runnersup for the award this
year were Cecil Stoutsenberger,
Clark Goldstein and Ronald
Sluder. All were presented with
the AMVETS Medal of Achieve
ment. Mr. Horstkamp won the
medal as a runnerup in 1953,
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