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•* THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
TUESDAY. AUGUST Id, IBM A-18 With Regard to a Card of Thanks Vmt eftoa • card at rtwakt la Tka Star aiaatt a need which caa hardly ha whrad la aay other way. Nat aaly la it a «racioa« txproswon at aratitada to thaaa who hara cent floral tribataa bat aha caarteaady acknowledge* tha service! and kiad n mas at the many to abide a |W»* taaai aata at thaok. cannot well ba ■tailed or whose neawt aad ad droteat ere aat known.. Insertion at . a card at thanks aioy be arranged »y telephone to The Star. ST 3-5000 The Evening and Sunday Star Itrortlittg JANOFSKT. EDWARD. Then will be u SaLri‘"Vosses ■t the Bnal Isreel Cemetery. Oxo« BUM. Md. Belsttvee nod frlend^jn <&arhs at st?ank* «, t °mS?Tr.M?r *JSMS! expressions of sympathy. during oui recent bereavement. Stall?* ABELL. BENJAMIN C.. SR. On Tues Ut ß U r st M M hu.^d^? A N In« Williams and Gladys Crapser, son o Kate Abell of California. Md. He ale. Is survived by one brother and Jew rtera. mends may coll at the Rafter M, 9o«f r ?in?r 0 .T t i.tVr l ““ A iS& p n, ' ALLEN of 1217 Hew Jersey aye. n.w. devoted husband of Cora E. Allen Hi auo la survived by a sister. Iren, at/Lace: a niece. Muriel Pteraan. ant * boot of oUier relatives and mam gS*: flS&vsapws pun., at the Galbraith A. M. E. Zlm Church 1114 Bth at. n.w. Prank T Heberts efflelatln*. Interment Lineolr Memorial Cemetery. Arranaements b) Morrow A Woodford. 17 ALLEN. JOHN. There will be • special A communication of Chaxlri /T\ Datchtr Lodge. No. 15. P. ICSk. A A M, at tha Masonic /Jr!Vj Temple. 10th stad You its WUMI n.w.. at 11 a m.. Wednesday. PCs/y' August 17. 1956. for the pur v pose of paying the hut Ma- Oonie rites to our late brother. JOHN ALLEN. Officers alii assemble it th« temple, brothers will assemble *t Great er New Hope Baptist Chureh. Bth and H »ts. n.w, at 12:30 pm. . JOHN B HOWARD. W M. CLARENCE A. NIXON. Secretary. JOHN I. SLADE. JR, Assistant Sety. ALLS'V JOHN. Members of the Inter- FI oenominational Ushers' Union ■* -ey are hereby notified of tlx U H death of our beloved mem -7| I ber. JOHN ALLEN. Funeral , services on Wednesday, Au- Tftrkkfn gust 17. 1056. at 1 pm, «n.r|jao7 (t , b( aretter New Hon. Baptist Church. Bth and H its. n.w. ALMA C. HAWKINS. President. IRENE STANCIL, Cor. Secy. ANDERSON. JOHN. Departed this life Friday. August 12, 1966. at his .real, dence. 1541 nth st. n.w.. JOHN ANDER SON. devoted husband of Mrs Fannie Anderson. He is survived by one son, John Anderson. lr.: one daughter. Mrs. Sarah Williams; one aranddauohter. one sister. Mrs. Mamie MeColough: other relatives aad many friends. Re mains may be viewed Tuesday. Aueusl in. after 12 noon, at the Rail Bros. Funeral Home. n2l Florida aye. n.w.. where services win be held on Wednes day. Aueusl 17. at 1 p.m. Interment Weodlawn Cemetery. ARNOLD. MART D. On Saturday. Au bust 13. 1955. MARY D. ARNOLD of 3210 Oliver st. n.w, oeloved daughter es the late Fannie and Henry k Avnold. Friends are Invited to call at the Sethesda-Cbevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert a Pumphrev. Bethesde Md, where services will be held Wednesday. August 17. at 10 am. Interment Port Lincoln Cemetery. 16 BATES. JOHN R. On Thursday. AU. ES; of*° Detroit lh Mich* **Hs left one niece and two nephew*. VP ISSfiW 7 -£S of 1912 16th at. n.w.. beloved father of Evelyn H. Peters, grandfather of Irma and Thomas Peters. He also la Survived toy other relatives aad many Wends. After 4 p.m. Wednesday, Au gust 17. friends are Invited to call st tha Jarvis CBapel 1432 Yog st. aw, where funeral services win be held at 1 cm. Thursday. August 18. nterment Wood la am Cemetery 17 CHAMBERLAIN. CHARLES FRANCIS. Suddenly, on Saturday, August 13. 1956. CHARLES FRANCIS CHAMBERLAIN of 4101 Fessenden st. n.w., beloved son of Leonard (Bill) 8 and Prances E Chamberlain and brother of Leonard .Bill> 8 . lr . and Martaret Mary Cham berlain Punera! from the DeVoi Fu neral Home 2224 Wisconsin ave n.w . on Wednesday. August 17. at 8:30 a m thence to Bt. Ann's Church Wisconsin Ave. and Yuma st. n.w, where reoulem mast win be offered at 9a m Friends and relatives invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 18 CLERICO. KATHERINE. Os 4707 18th It. a.w„ on August 14. 1956. beloved Wife of Louis Clerlco. mother of Mrs. John Midolo. Mrs. O. F. Rimer. Wil liam L and James Clerico, sister of Margaret and Darid Zerega. She also is survived by fourteen erandeh'ldVen Prayers at Chambers' Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w., on Thursday, August 18. at 8:3(1 am. Mass at the Sacred Heart Church. 16th st. and Park rd. n.w, at 9 a.m. Inter ment St Mary's Cemetery 17 COBB, MABEL H. On Tuesday. Au gust 16. 1955. MABEL H COBB be loved mother of Dean. H. Cobb of Lot Anseles. Ctlif.: Gertld N. Cobb of Kelso. Wtsh., tnd Elinor Cobb. Services st the W. W. Deal Funeral Borne. 4812 Oeorela ave. nw„ on Thursday August 18, tt 3 p:m. In terment private. 17 DE LA MATER. GERTRUDE PHILLIPS. On Monday. August 15. M*ss. st Gar field Hospital GERTRUDE PHILLIPS DE LA MATER of 3330 17th st. n.w, beloved wife of John De La Mater, mother of Mrs. Marjorie D. Schultse of Hopewell, Va : sister of Mrs. Clara E. Klnkade of Tckro. Japan Services at the 8 H. Hines Co. Punera) Home. 2901 14th st. n.w , on Wedne«diy, Au gust 17. at 8 p.m Interment private. Please omit flowers 17 DUNDA9. THELMA ELIZABETH (nee Richardson). On Sunday. August 14. 1955. THELMA ELIZABETH DUNTJAS (nee Richardson) st Providence Hos pital beloved wife of Richard K. Dundas of Leonardtown. Md, and mother of 8-year-old Diane Dundee: also surviving are two sisters. Mrs. Virginia T. Redmiles of Washington. D C, Mrs. Lillian R. Truman of Brandvwtne. Md . and one brother Jerome W. Richardson of Huthesvllle. Md. Friends mav call at the Msttlneley Funeral Home. Leonardtown. Md flerv leaa will be held at st Paul’s M. E. Chureh. Wednesday, August 17, at 12:30 p.m. Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. 18 EITZEL, FLORENCE R. On Saturday. August 13 1955. FLORENCE R EIT7EL of 7302 Summit ave, Chevy Chase. Md, beloved wife of Walter B. t'tsel and mother of Richard A Eltgel. Prlends are invited to call at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert A Pumphrev. Bethesda Md, where services will be held on Wednesday. August 17. at 2 p.m. In terment Fleetwood. P». FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Crematorium J. William Lee’s Sons Co. rrmniAL director* «th Mm. Aw. K.I. U. »JIM* RINALDI FUNERAL HOME Fumkl Directors VETERANS' BURIAL Alfowonc* $l5O I’ s H St. N.C. U. 3-4810 MALVAN-SCHEY. INC. FVNCRAL DIRECTORS New Mramy Ats end R St. MW. MO 7-013 S FUNERAL DESIGNS GEO. C. SHAFFER, INC. t'n rusiys floral Tribute? Moderate p- '■M Open daily Sun holidays Phone o '‘era ajan accepted R;3O to 0 p m week r 7hu wo 14th St M.W . MA rt-01 OS GUDE BROS. COTTLORISTS I*lT P St. M.W, NA. R-4*7« linden lane florist loi ? ronipakt irr ju fi-*sno SILVER SPRING, MD. A Complete Funeral As Low as $95 00 Up CHAMBERS One et the Lercefi Onderf.kera In the World CO. 5-0432 r, I 9ratbi FRIES. CARRIE A. On Monday. Au gust 15. 1965, at Barfield Hospital. CARRIE M. PRIES of 5330 Colorado ave n.w, CARRIE A. PRIES, alater-ln law of Mrs George T. Pries, aunt of George T. Pries. Jr., and Mary Anne Pries. aD of Dixon. Hi. Senfltma at the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th at. n.w, on Thursday. Au gust 18. at 4 p.m. Interment Marengo. lowa. 17 OEIGAN. EDITH K. On Saturday. Au gust 13. 1965. EDITH K. OEIGAN of 1819 Monroe at. n.w, unht of P. Stewart and P. Louise Qelsaft. Services at tbs 8. H. Hinas Co. Punaral Home, 2901 14th et. n.w, on Wednesday. August 17, at 10 a.m. Inteement Loudoun Park Cemetery, Baltimore. Md. 1 10 GOSNELL. CHARLES S„ SB. On Bun- SS& S a obß*NE!r y 8r lo ;-f 1807 23rd st. s.e, beloved husband at Beotia T; Cornell (nee Leei and father of Mrs. Gordon H. Scott and Charles S. QosnelL Jr., and grand father of Charles S. Gosnell. 3d. Friends mav caU at the Birch Puneral Home. 3034 M at. n.w.. where services will be held on Wednesday, August 17. at HANSON ELNOBA SHAW. On Saturday. August 13. 1955, at her reaidenee, 1320 Nlchoiaon at. n.w, MRS. ELNORA SHAW HANSON, beloved wife of Milton V. Hanson, and slater of Mrs. Anna R. Gilbert of Washington. D. C„ Mrs. “ C. R. Huddleston of Cedar Drove. Md, I, Thomas Leroy Shew of Richmond. Va.. * sfd d araohgfuM , brothers, C. Raymond Maw and W< “ Damcron Shaw, both of Richmond. Va.: ,2 a half-sister. Mrs. Duane Scbrock of , Middlebury. Ind, and ber step-mother. 1 Mrs. W. T. Shaw of Richmond. Va. Remains Mating at Hysong'i Puneral Home, 1300 N st. n.w, where services will be held on Tuesday. August 10. at 3:30 pm. Perking let adjoining i. funeral home. Relative! and friends are ,N Invited to attend. Interment Rock in Creek Cemetery. 10 id HEIL. MARTHA ELIZABETH. On Mon ir day. August 15. 1955. MARTHA ELIZA BETH HEIL. wife of the late Prank P. Hell and lister of Mrs. Caroline H. Rueth. Mrs. Delevingne and Mrs. Abide Mcßride. Funeral from the W. W. Deal Puneral Home. 4812 Oeoraia ate. »- n.w, on Thursday. August 18, at C- 11:30 a.m. Interment Oak 0111 Cente rs tery. 17 HOKE. ETHEL CLEMENTINE. On Sun ,l day. August 14. 1955. at her residence. ,1 Annandalc. Va, ETHEL CLEMENTINE „ HOKE, wife of Hubert H. Hoke, step rt mother of Mrs. Norma Lee Hartley. £ Mrs. Ida O. Lamb and Hnbert D. Hoke: sister of Mrs. Carrie Dunlap. Mrs Daisy Warren. David and Lee Crockett J. Funeral services on Wednesday, Aii 6. gust 17. at 2 p.m, at the Annandalc Methodist Church. Annandalc. Va. Friends may call at the Cunningham >5 Funeral Home. Cameron and Alfred )0 sta, Alexandria. Va, until time of >7 services. Interment National Ms >T mortal Park Cemetery. ,1 BOOK, NELL*. On Monday. August 16. 1 1965. at the Washington Sanitarium, i NELLA HOOK of 1474 Columbia rd. f n.w. Services at the 8 H Hines Co. in Puneral Home. 2901 14th sr. n.w, a on Thursday. August 18. at U am. Interment Rock Crack Cemetery. 17 .t INSCOE. CARRIE BELLE. At 0000 Al ii lentown rd. a.e, an August 15. 1966: , wife of Horace C. Inscoe, mother of I- Watson H. and Oliver J. inscoe, Mrs. , Louisa B. Poster: sitter of Mrs. Blanche , Harris and Mrs. Maggie Coakley. Berv ices at Chambers’ Puneral Home. 517 11th st. s.e. on Wednesday. August U 17. at 2:30 p.m. Interment WashTna fj ton National Cemetery. 18 I- JOHNSON, HENKT J. On Sunday. Au d gust 14 1955 at Carlirld Hospital. HENRY ~ JOHNSON of 4819 Kansas ave. n.w, beloved husband of Mary Teresa Johnson (nee Connolly), father ol Lt. Comdr. Henry J. Johnson. It, U. s.' N . Joseph A. Johnson and Mary Teresa Johnson. Funeral from „ the above residence on Wednesdty. Au ., gust 17. at 9:30 a.m. Reoulem mass ! at St. Oabriel s Church at 10 am. Reta il tires and friends invited. Interment “ -Mount Olivet Cemetery IS , JOHNSON, HENRT. There will be a >e special meeting of Printing r. JtMR Pressmen's Union, No. 1, on aelKB Wednesday. August 17. 1955. E&4CS at 9 a.m. at the union office. ;:12r ihe 03 ?un£., B \'fVrX? I,' j HOT -DEAN. BecMtary. ll ? JOHNSON, JOHN L Suddenly, on Mon '. day. August 15. 1955. JOHN I. JOHN [• SON of 3509 66th sue, Cbeverly. Md, :1 beloved husband of Mary S. Johnson. Friends mar caU at the Nailer Funeral '■ Home. 3200 Rhode Island ave, at - Eastern ave. n.e, where services will ; be held on Thursday. August 1.8, tt 2 1 p.m. Relatives and friends Invited Interment Port Uncoin Cemetery. 17 [f KEEFE. HARRY WINFIELD. Suddenly. t on Monday. August 16. 1065. at his 1 residence. 5092 N. Bth st, Arllnaton. e Va . HARRY WINFIELD KEEFE, beloved if fgt&jr of Mrs. Helen K. Helmrr and , EdTfn H. Keefe, grandfather of Miss 1, Klltabeth Keefe, all of Arlington Vo. ■t Friends Tnar call gt the Fltiseteld Pu neral Home. 3245 Wilson blvd, Arllna .ton Va, where services will be con ducted Wednesday. August 17. at 11 , a.m. Interment National Memorial s Park. PaHa Church. Va. 18 « KERFS. MARRY W. Mfembert el Colum '• Ato bta Lodge. No. 10. L O. a F , Sft SSthS^RH °4 W* MnUfE on Monday. August 15, 1966. Odd S □ Home?*32 *6 r Wilson Mvd, Arlington. Va). on J (V Tuesday. August 18 at 8 fas. Is Iw All members art requested to he U Attest: RATMONDntSSSrf'Bwre^ry. of 630 4th st. n.e, beloved husband I. of Mrs. Dorothy Klnsler and cousin 1. of Oreen Wheeler of New York City, f He also is survived by other relatives I) and friends. Remains resting with L. B. Murray * Bos 1337 lTllh si. fli n.w, where friends mar call after 4 -! pm. Tuesday August 18. and where, -j funeral services will be held on Wednes day. August 17. at 1 p.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. • 3 KIRBY. HATTIE V. On Monday. Au • gust 15 1955. at Washington. D C. t HATTIE V. KIRBY, beloved daughter of the late Joshua and Henrietta Kirby k and sister of Ernest C. Kirby. She 2 also is survived by her nieces. Rule a Curtis. Bdna and Shirley Kirby, and her nephew. Floyd Kirby. Friends mav I call at the funeral home of Money ■ & King. Vienna. Va. Services at the 0 Dulin Chapel Methodist Church. Falls Church. Va.. on Wednesday, August 17, at 2:30 pm. Interment Oakwood . Cemetery, Palls Church. Va. : LOT. HARRY K. On Saturday. August - 13, 1956. lu Toledo. Ohio. HARRY K. LOT. husband of Lorraine Log. He . also Is survived by his father. Hugh . W. Lor. and the late Ethel O. Lor . t of Fallg Church. Va, and two brothers. 1 5 Vernon and Russell Lot: two sisters, 1 Mrs. Bernice Hatton and Mrs. Mabel 1 Newsome Prlends may call at Pear i son's Funeral Home. 472 North Wesb - ington at. Fail! Church. Va, where . funeral services will be held on Wednes- 1 day August 17. gt II g.m. Interment , Oakwood cemetery. 10 * MARTIN. JOSEPH. On Sunday. August 14 1956. JOSEPH F. MARTIN of 1095 4th st. ne beloved son of Marsaret * Litton Martin and the late Frederick C. 1 Martin, brother of Helen C, Laurence J. 1 end Frederick P. Martin. Puneral • from the Timothy Hanlon Funeral • Home. .1831 Oeortia ave. n.w, on Wed nesday. Auaust 17. at 8:30 am Htch reoulem mass at St. Alovshis Church. s N Capitol and Eye its, at 9 am. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relo- | 1 tlvea and friends Invited. 18 ' MOORE. ALICE E. (nee Clek.y). On i Monday. Autugt 15. 1955. ALICE E. ■ MOORE (nee Cloken of Washington. ' D. C, sister of Mrs. William H. Wsteel. Mrs. J. W. Carter. Mrs. Roy I. Oreen i and Harold H. Clokey of Decatur. Oa Services at the 8, H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w, on Thurs ; day. Auaust IN. st 2 pm. Interment . Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 17 i NELSON. DR. JOHN A, M.O. At 1725 ' 17th st. n.w . on August 13. 1955: be- . ' loved brother of Miss Oall E. Nelson. 1 Mrs. Lllo N. Chandler, Dr. C. W end '. Dr. Carl F. Nelson. Remains resting at Chambers’ Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin r at. n w until Wednesday. August 17. I. at 11 a.m Remains wtll lie In state (.! at the Augugtana Lutheran Chureh. N H ave and V it. n.w, at 11:30 a.m. 1 Services at 1:30 pm. Interment Olen >• wood 10 - NELSON. JOHN A. A special communl- 1 jo* cation of Joppa Lodge. No. /AA 35. F. A. A. M„ Is herrby „ called for Tuesday. August - C/fIV> It- 1055. at 7 p.m, to cun duct Masonic burial services \y over the remains of Brother j VF JOHN A NELSON. By or- 1 der of KENNETH H I-ANDIB. W. M. ROBERT H MEYER. Secretary. ! NELSON. THOBMAN ARCHER. Bud l denly. on Sunday. August 14. 1955. at New York City. THORMAN ARCHER NELSON of 226 Jefferson it n.w.. brother of Mrs. Mabel N. Quarry of Washington, D. C.: Mrs. Sue Lens. Mrs. Mae Sullivan and Mrs. Gertrude Wild, all of North Dakota. He alto Is survived hr several nieces and neph lews. Services nt the S. H. Hines Co. ; Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w, on ' Friday. Auaust 19. at 11 a.m. Intsr mtnt Fort Lincoln Cemetery. (Allen town, Pa, papers please copy.) 18 NEWMAN. CHARLES CONRAD. On Sat urday. August 13. 1965, at 418 Oneida Pi n.W, CHARLES CONRAD NEWMAN beloved husband of Mabel Newman and grandfather of Charles K. and June Carol Love Services from ths W W. . Deal ‘uneral Home 4812 Georgia ave , n.w on Wednesday, August 17. at 10:30 a.m. ' Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 18 : NOE. JAMES N. On Monday, August 15. I 1955. at Sibley Hospital. JAMES N. I NOE of 809 Cox ave, Hyattsvllle. Md, beloved husband of Mary Jane, Noe. father of Patricia Nancy and Louise ■ „ son. son of Mrs. Myrtle E Noe and brother of Edgar Noe. Funeral from the Collins Funeral Home. 3821 14th 2 at. n.w, on Thursday, August 18. at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited . Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 17 t O'CALLAGHAN, MELISSA C. On Mon day. August 16, 11166. MELISSA C. OCALLAOHAN, beloved wife of Edwin | A. O'Callaghan. mother of Edwin A, lr, and Wilton Thomas O'Callaghan and Evelyn T. Morris. Friends may 1 call at the Robert A. Mattingly Fu- 1 ncral Home. 131 11th at. a.e, where prayers will be offered on Wednesday, . August 17. at 10 am. Relatives and 1 friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. * 1 sratl?o o wy? - KFYEB OVENSHINI! wUe°ot 4 Col. tngel . tot O, bvenahtne. U. E. Army Jre f Cemetery -at 10 a.m. Thursday, Au > oast IS. 1 EEED. WILLIAM A. Suddenly, on Sun • day. August 14. 1966. WILLIAM A. ‘ REED of 4004 36tb it. Mount Rainier. • fa^rttr - survived by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. I Ernest P. Reed. «r.: two sisters Dorothy Kough. Evelyn SivaD: four brothers. 1 NormsjL Lewlynn. Paul and • P. Reed. IF; also two orandehlldren. i fWjsP&fcaSffi invited. Interment Cedar Hill Ceme . tery 16 - EOLUNB. STEPHEN EDWARD, formerly f of 6180 Eastern ave. n.e, on August • **%’• 'lather of Lawrence E. and ! Mrs* r j4ary B , l * l^ - garet Bird. Prayers at Chambers’ Pu ) neral Home. 617 11th st. s.e, on Wed nesday. August 17. at 8:30 a.m. Mass • in Holy Comforter Church at 9 a.m. I Interment Union Cemetery. Leesburg, MfEDD. ANNE JOHNSTON. On Sunday, . August 14. 1958. at Orlando, Fla, • ANNE JOHNSTON BHEDD. widow of t John L. Shedd of Washington. D. C.: > grandmother of Joe Shedd Ouemaer of ‘ Orlando. Fla. She also ts survived by tlx nephews and two other grandchil dren. Services at the & H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st n.w, on ■ Wednesday. Auaust 17. at 11 a.m. In ■ ferment Rock Creek Cemetery. 16 1748 S gt. n.w, SOB of the'late John i »pd Henrietta Shepherd and brother of the late Verlyn C. Edmonds tnd Quids Camps. Surviving are a cousin. 5 ?^f‘r?e d nd D *Sl P rL W Oe??g«kr*ri£: and many friends. After 1 p.m. Tues - day. JMtust 16. friends are Invited to - call at tbe McGuire Funeral Home, t 182 P 9th at, n.w, when service* will be held on Wedneedar. August 17. at c 2 p.m. Interment Ltncpbs Memorial Cemetery. , SMITH. CHRISTINE. Suddenly, on i Saturday. August 13. 1955. CHRISTINE SMITH of 1008 26th st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by - Doris O. Brooks and Otis P. Mien. : SMITH. EFYHE RHODES. On Monday. E Hugust 15. 1955. at her residence. 11 North Oarfleld st, Arlington. Va, : EFFIE RHODES SMI+H. wife of the late Joseph P. Smith and mother of Joseph ■ P. Smith. Jr, of Orlando. Fla.: George and the late Paul Smith of Washing : ton. D. C.; Ferdinand Smith of Oat s thersbura. Md.; Mrs. Harold Murphy of : Silver Spring. Md, and the Misses J Naomi and Ursula Smith of the home f address. Friends may call at Ouwler'a ' Chapel. 1768 Pa. ave, n.w, where pray ers will be said on Wednesday. August 17. gt 9:30 a.m.: thence to St. Ste . nhen's Catholic Chureh. 26tfa st. and . Pa. ave. n.w, where reoulem mass will ■ be offered at 10 am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. • SOPER. B. FRASIER. On Monday. Au gust 16. 1966. at his residence. 6001 3rd st. n.w, R. FRASIER SOPER, be - loved husband of Agnes B. C. Soper and father of Agnes Priscilla Soper I and Mrs. Ruby S. Oottshall of Miami. Fla. He also is survived by two grand children. Body resting at Oawlcr * Chapel, 1758 Pa. ave. n.w. Notice of services later. : SPERRY. CHARLOTTE LOUISE. On Monday. August 16. 1956,. at Subur ban Hospital. CHARLOTTE LOUISE SPERRY Os 328 Howard ave., Roek vjllr. Md, beloved wife of /Stanley : O. Sperry, mother of Robert H. Sperry. S/K. 3/e. U. 8. Coast Guard, and JacQuelln* L. Sperry: sister of Mrs. Genevieve Cappy of Babylon. Long Island. Mrs. Sperry rests at the Warner E. Humphrey Puneral Home. 8434 Oeorgia aye, Mirer Sprint. Md. 1 Service* on Thursday. August 18. at it a.m, st the National Tabernacle. 440 Pine? Branch rd. n.w. Inter ment Davefiport. N. Y. 17 , STOTTLEMYER. MILTON UENER, On i Sunday. Auaust 14. 1966. at Frederick 1 Memorial Hospital. MILTON URNER STOTTLEMYER of Dickerson. Md, father of Evelyn Burdette. Mildred I Hayes. Milton N, Earl P„ Harry J. and Howard O. Etottlemyer. and brother , of Mrs Claude Wright. Mr. Btottle- 1 myer rests at Hilton's Funeral Home. . Bamesrille. M 8 . where services will I be held on Wednesday. August 17. at , ' 11 a.m. Intermgnt Neeitvilla Preshy- 1 terian Cemetery. 16 JSTULTE. MARIE. At 1801 Calvert st. n w„ on Auaust 14. 1966. daughter of 1 Mrs. Maa -Beeves. She also is survived: i by five children. Services et Chambers’ 11 Funeral Home. 517 11th *t. s.e, oni Thursday, August 18. at 2:30 P-m. In- 1 terment Cedar. Hill Cemetery. TEGrTHOFF VERONICA MART. On j£Ss ttSkT TEOETHCflffi* Os *421 Brookstde dr, ’ Altxandrla. Va.. aunt of MAyhard J.„ oi Alexandria. Va, and Kenneth A. Simmon* nt Wastainrton. D. C.: ttster- | In-lavJt-lfcLiCafl R. Teaethoff of , Washlactea. D. C. Services at the I S. H. Hines Co. funeral Home. 2001 , 14th st. aw. on Wedneaday. August ' 17. at 8-30 a.m.; thence to Bt. Paul’s ] Catholic Church. 16th and V its. n.w, . where she holy sacrifice of the mast I of hot CeowTery. I THURSTON, CARRIE L. On Tuesday. 1 »WnW. L .Fi! && Thomas. Dr. Roger. Jr, and Homer L. Thurston. Also surviving are three , daughters-ln-law. one «on-ln-law, other ] relatives and many friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by McOulre. Ine. 18 J WHITE. WHEELER P. On Monday. Au- , gust 16. 1965. WMKLER FT WHITE of 1 3985 North Rockingham at, . Palls ' Church. Va, beloved husband of Mary Neale White and father of wiutam W, James N„ Thomas O. and Carolyn 1 M. White) Services at his late real- 1 dence on Wednesday, August 17. at .T >| pm Interment National Memorial, Park Cemetery, Palis Church. Va. <1 WILLIAMS. JOSEPH N. On Monday.! August 16. 1965. at Freed mens Hos pital. JOSEPH N WILLIAMS, beloved hushaad of Catherine Williams, father ol Joseph Vernon Williams, brother of Ernest and Norris Williams He also'. is survived by Ave aunts, four under., 1 one treat-aunt, other relatives and 1 friends. After 4 p.m. Wednesday. Au- 1 gust 17. friends may cal) at Jits late 1 residence. 1219 Palrmont et. n.w. Pu- , neral services on Thursday. Auaust 18. 1 at 1 p.m, at the Park Road Com- 1 nuinlty Church, Park rd, between Bher- 1 man ave. and 11th st. n.w, P-ev. Ter- j non C. Sherman offlciatlna. Interment , Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrange ments by Dovte O. Brooks and Otis F. Allen. 17 In Hfmnriattt 1 CUMBERLAND. JOHN S. In loving re membrance of our dear husband and father, JOHN S. CUMBERLAND, who died thirty-four years aso today, Au gust 16. 1921. HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN. » DORSET, JOHN W. in sad but levins memory of our devoted son and brother. JOHN W DORSEY, who left us so suddenly ten years ago today, August - IK. 1945. 11 Tour voice, beloved, now !e heard noj more: Your feet have Journeyed to that other: shore. Love, watch for us; When our earth's , _ day is done. We'll follow after where the road leads DEVOTED FATHER AND BROTHERS LESTER. REV. JOSEHTb. In cherished memory of Rev. JOSEPH R. LESTER, who departed life eight years ago, Jfu- . suit IST 1947. ' Dear one, we miss you. Words will never express The heaviness of heart. Nor the depths of loneliness. Gone to the land of promised peace. Where all sorrow, woe. weariness cease: God loves you, we love you. rest, rest. YOUR*LOVINO SON AND DAUGHTER, OTHER PRIENPB AND RELATIVES • MAIR. GEORGE, in loving memory of . our dear father. OEOROE MAIR. who passed away ten years ago today. August 16. 1946 Today lt a day of remembrance And many tad regrets; A day we shall always remember When the rest of the world forgets. HIS DEVOTED CHILDREN. ■ PEBBLES. FBANK E. In sacred memory of our husband and father. FRANK R. PEEBLES, who departed this life four years ago today. August 16. 1651. Mty his soul rest In peace. WIPE AND DAUGHTER. * PITTS, RONALD AUGUSTUS. In loving memory of our ion. RONALD AUOUB - PITTS, who patted away August 16. 1964. It teemed life scarcely had begun. When with a gentle smile God called and took you, little son. To live with Him awhile. You left ua lonely and bereft. The sunshine vanished when you left. A A?NTS U ANITuN<iIS RAN *' RILEY, MELVIN M. ‘•TINK." In lov ing memory of my husband and our father, MELVIN M "riNK' RILEY, who departed ttole life August 16. 1954. , One year has passed, dear "Ttnk” < Since you were caned away; How well do I remember The t sad) and weary day. Yob suffered much, you murmured not. We watched you day by day: We cried and prayed that your dear life Would not be taken away. They say time heals all sorrow. And helps us to forast, But time so far has only proved How much we mis* him vet. WIFE. EVELYN 8. RILEY.«JfND CHIL DREN • Ct-METEBF LOTS. i CRYPTS, Port Lincoln Mausoleum: host offer over *2.000 will be accepted LO 4-8494. _ • —2O 6 LOTS. Port Lincoln; 1949' develop ment CaU OL. 7-2869 after 6 jym. r «SES LI best* oTrtk° T 'iv. 5-5869. ; —l7 FOkT LINCOLN, A choice lots, reason able Evenings after 6. JO. 8-5459. FORT LINCOLN, four plots, bronie Dost: I over SSOO value, will sacrifice, leaving | town. JA. 7-0970. —IS I L i Robert E. Delapiaine Dies, Frederick Publisher, Banker BALTIMORE. Aug. 1« Wt.— Robert E. Delapiaine, co-pub lisher of the Frederick (Md.) News and Post and president of the largest bank in Western 1 Maryland, died yesterday at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was 70 on April 10 and ap parently in fine health when be returned in the spring from a trip around the world with his wife. In mid-June he had a sudden paralytic stroke and was brought to the hospital here. He rallied well at first, but various organic impairments set in and he had been critically 111 for several weeks. Mr. Delapiaine was president of the Farmers and Mechanics- Citizens National Bank of Fred erick, the product 6f a consolida tion which he guldqd two years ago. His first job, as a boy of 16, was with Farmers and : Mechanics, i Bora in Frederick ! The son of the late WilMam : Theodore and Fannie Birely De • laplaine, he was born In Fred ■ erick. ; He attended public schools i there and was employed by the ! bank upon his graduation in 1 l#oi from the old Boys’ High School. : He left the .bank as head book ■ keeper In 1009 to assume active management of the News, found ed by his father 26 years before. The news absorbed the Post : in 1016, and Mr. Delapiaine and his brother, William T. Dela r plalne, became co-publishers. ! Robert Delapiaine was presl > dent and treasurer of the Great , Southern Printing and Manu ; facturing Co, publishers of the i papers. Throughout his career as pub lisher he still maintained an interest in the Fanners and Me ; chanics Bank, becoming a dirc tor in 1024 and president In 1940. It was under Mr. Delaplaine’s leadership that the bank con solidated with the Citizens Na tional Bank in February, 1953, to form the largest bank in Western Maryland. He became president of the Mrs. De La Mater, Red Cross Worker Mrs. John De La Mater, a Washington resident since 1914, died yesterday at Garfield Hos pital. She lived at 3330 Seven teenth street N.W. Mrs. De La Mater was the for mer Gertrude Phillips. Bhe was born In Olney, HI., and went to school In Decatur, HI. 1 She was active in Red Cross volunteer work and formerly was member of Circle No. 1 Cal-! very Methodist Church. She and! her husband who tt Retired ffom the divisions Os bonk operations of the board of governors of the Federal Reserve System and now in the insurance business, cele brated their 50th wedding an niversary on May 0. Mr. De La Mater has been secretary of the Mount Pleasant Citizens’ Asso ciation for many years. Beside her husband. Mrs. De La Mater tt survived by a daughter, Mrs. George W. Schultze, Hopewell, Va.. and a sister, Mrs. Clara E. Klnkade, Tokyo, Japan. . Services will be held at 0 p.m. tomorrow at the Hines funeral ‘home, 2901 Fourteenth street |N.W, Burial will be private. David Goldschmidt, 49 j HARTFORD. Conn,, Aug. 16 —David Goldschmidt, 49, bridge authority for the Hart ford Times and widely known tournament player, died today at Mt. Sinai Hospital after a brief illness. its JSntuirtam SIMMONS. JESSIE S. ALLEN. IB lov- Ufa one rear ago. August 18. 1964. I ailu you non. my heart It gore At time tort by I mix you more: Your loving smile, your gentle lace. No one (an flit your vacant piece. YOUR LONELY SISTER. WH.HEL MKNTA 8. WORMLEY. AND FAM ILY. * SIMMONS. JESSIE A. A very loving end dear friend. JESSIE A. SIMMONS. pa**ed auav one year ago today. Au gust 18. 1954. Done, but not forgotten. I MARGARET AND JIMMIE. VIRNSTUN. ROSE, in loving memory of our dear mother. ROSE VIRNBTEIN. who pawed away fifteen rear* ago today. August 18. 1940. HER DAUGHTER. GERTRUDE L. TOWER 6 AND SON. J. ELLSWORTH Walker." nona:" MeatTß. aUce v7: IMITH. MART: JONES. JOHN W.. Sr.: ONES. JOHN W„ Jr. In memory of our loved have paeeed awey: NONA WALKER. August 18. 1953: AUCE C Me BETH. June 21. 1933: MARY BMITH. AMI 11. 1937: JOHN W JONES. 8r„ May 1, 1960. and JOHN W. JONES. Jr.. May 18. 1954. Oone. but nbt forgotten. THE FAMILY. » I IVES FUNERA LHOMe] I I . IN ARLINGTON I The first inspiration to render a better funeral 1 service, is the genuine gratitude and appreciation I expressed by the families we've served. We be- * i lieve this to be the best incentive to better serve I our fellow man. Ext. 1910 ARLINGTON'S FIRST AND FINER FUNERAL HOME 2847 WILSON BLVD. JACKSON 7-3016 ! (On Wilson Blvd. Near Sears) W. R. Frank Hines, President Washington'* For,moil Funornl Horn, Sine* ItTS SH. Hines Companq mi-SSrOi-SJ Fourteenth Street N.W. COlnmUn S-7023 No Mremeh Establishment* Cnnnenlont Forking FaellUln Adjoining Fmu trot Bom* ' «• i I ROBERT E. DELAPLAINE \ —AT Wlrephoto 1 Frederick Hotel Co., operators Kthe Francis Scott Key Hotel, May, 1950, and was associated n with Frederick County Products, . Inc., Mutual Insurance Co. of . Frederick County, and Harris tt Filler, Inc., a wholesale house. g He was rice president and dtrec . tor of the Domestic Building n Association. 3 Other business Interests In cluded directorship in the Po . tomac Edison Co., and a similar e position with the Walkersville . Bank. For 20 years he was a dl i rector of the Independent Hose t Co. i He was also chairman of the - executive committee of the board of visitors of the Maryland • School for the Deaf, a member t of the board of trustees of the . Home for the Aged, and presi -5 dent and director of the Barbara FYletchie Home. - Survivors Include htt widow i and three brothers, William T. ■ Delapiaine, George B. Delaplane ■ and Judge Edward ‘B. Delapiaine i of the Maryland Court of Ap peals. 5 Funeral services will be held - at 4 pm. Thursday at All Saints - Episcopal Church }n Frederick, . preceded by family prayers at i the Delapiaine home on Upper College terrace. Burial will be ; In Frederick Memorial Park. H. J. Johnson, , Ex-Pressman Henry J. Johnson, 01. former ’ president of the Printing Press ' men's Union No. 1, died Sunday ' in Garfield Hospital. He lived at 4819 Kansas avenue N.W. Mr. Johnson was born and educated in Washington and formerly worked for Judd and ' Detweiler. printers. In 1920, he joined the Bureau of Engraving i and Printing, retiring in 1953 ' as a printing pressman. Active in union activties here. I! Mr. Johnson was president of i the Printing Pressmen’s; Union i ;No. 1 in 1944 and vice president >:ln 1943. ’ He was a member of tlft Holy . Name Society of St. Oabriel s ■ Catholic Church. . Survivors are his widow. Mrs. > Mary Theresa Connolly John • son: two sons, Naval Lt. Comdr. Henry Johnson, jr„ stationed at > the Naval Post Graduate School, i Monterey, Calif.; Joseph A., of . the home address, mn employe i of the FBI, and a daughter. Miss , Mary Theresa Johnson of the home address, a student at St. . Patrick’s Academy. 1! Requie mmass will be sung at . 10 am. tomorrow in St. Gabriel’s. Catholic Church. Grant Circle N.W. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Reburial of Hero Set at Arlington MADISON, Ind., Aug. 10 UP). —The body of MaJ. Samuel Woodflll, called by Gen. John J. Pershing “the outstanding American soldier’’ of World War I, tt to be removed from a rural cemetery near Madison to Arl ington National Cemetery at Washington. The announcement was made yesterday by Representative Wilson. Republican of Indiana, ninth district member of Con : gress, in his regular newsletter to constituents. Mr. Wilson said the Army will co-operate In the removal. The body now tt buried in the Hebron 1 Cemetery in Jefferson County ; near Madison. Maj. Woodflll, who served In ; the Army 33 years, won the Na i tion’s highest decoration, the Medal of Honor, for World War I feats which Included the sin ! gle-handed defeat of 10 Germans and saving of many American soldiers from death or capture. Miss Mary Arnold, Former Illustrator At Agriculture ’ Miss Mary Daisy Arnold, 82, former scientific Illustrator, died Saturday In a Takoma Park (M<L) nursing home. Miss Arnold was born in Wash ington, the daughter of the Jate Fannie. aad Henry F. Arnold. She was graduated from a Hew York art college, spedsliziiig in water color and oil painting. In 1904 she began a 40-year career with the Agriculture De partment. V A scientific illustrator. Miss Arnold painted flowers, fruits and vegetables in natural size and color. Many of her illustra tions are used today in establish ing the true identity of an un known variety or as the basis of comparison in developing new varieties. She also Illustrated technical and other publications and did several portraits. Mias Arnold lived at 3210 [ Oliver street N.W. until she went to a nursing home a few yean | ago. s Services will be held at 10 a.m. . tomorrow at the Robert Pum . phrey funeral home In Bethesda. ; Burial will be In Port Lincoln Cemetery. ; Kelly Kash, Served : Dies Committee s IRVINE. Ky„ Aug. 10 (#).— Kelly Kash, 76, former counsel : for several Government agencies, J died Sunday. He began practicing law in > 1904 at Jackson, Ky., and served . as commonwealth’s attorney in : 1908-10. During 20 * years in Washington, he served as counsel , for the Dies Committee, the Council for International Re | lations and the Military Affairs | Committee In World War n. He returned here five years ago. I Puneral services will be held i today. j :M. U.Stottlemeyer,j 1 Policeman's Father Milton U. Stottlemeyer, 76, a lifelong resident of Montgomery! County and the father of a Metropolitan policeman, died Sunday in Frederick Memorial Hospital. Mr. Stottlemeyer had been a . resident of Dickerson, Md., since r 1919 and formerly operated the I ice plant and saw mill there. . In recent years he had been a I carpenter. I A native of Boyds, Md., Mr. I Stottlemeyer was the son of i Hiram Stottlemeyer and early : in htt career was a farmer. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Burdetto and Mrs. : Mildred Hayes, both of Dicker son: four sons. Milton N., Silver 1 Spring, a police private. at No. ' 1 precinct: Earl F„ and Harry J., both of Dickerson; Howard G., Seneca. Md., and a sister, Mrs. Claude Wright, Purdum, Md. ' Services will be held at 11 am. tomorrow at Hilton's funeral home, Bamesrille, Md. Burial will be in Neelsville Presbyterian Cemetery. A Spirited Inquiry DURHAM, N. C. UP). —An anonymous caller, whom police later said “might have been a ghost.” complained about a dis turbance and asked police to investigate. An investigation revealed the address was that of a vacant house, referred to as haunted. FI^BNIMNIS NT *65 «P |J JL .MARKERS^ ■ FALVEY ■ kCRANITECO.IN€. ■7 am EstiUisheU - ISHfr lim-iAQ UPSHUR ST H.W. ■ c—./•—*— '' i Your estate mmi L. E' not complete... Hi **'* •> JR&. M rf,iia,ntiaPMkiiaWw 'iPt—• . . . unless it includes the deed to 1 ' jrour family's memorial plot. This deed assures your loved ones , that at a time of sorrow no family member will have to shoulder the addi- will not be depleted for burial expenses, tional burden of hurriedly making a yous loved ones thij un si e ec i protection. Plan your memorial estate And it assures your family that pre- now. Pay for it over a period up to five cious funds set aside for their future years, if you prefer. Write for Illustrated Folder, 4000 Suitland Road, S.E., Washington 2}, D.C.or phone JOrdan 8-4000. Cedar Hill is not expensive ...is not sold out .. • ...is Washington’s Most Beautiful Cemetery 9 m^m^momnmmmommmmmmnmmnnmmmnnmmamammnommnnnommmmn.^mmnmmmmmommmonmmmmmoammommmmmmmmnommmmmnmo^mmmommmmmmnommmmamnnmmnnmnmmmnamnm^m^mommmmomO^oomm^ i A A Fiske Kimball, 66, Architect, Active in Virginia Restoration CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va.. Aug. . 16 (Special).—Fiske Kimball, 66. 1 first professor of architecture at t the University of Virginia and a member of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation for many ; years, died Sunday ia Munich, ' Germany, where he was spend • ing the summer. ' Mr. Kimball lived at Lemon 1 Hill, Philadelphia, where he re cently retired as director at the I ‘ Philadelphia Museum at Art. and ' ' also maintained a summer home here. His wife, Mrs. Marie Goe ) bel Kimball, former curator of 3 Montlcello and an authority on s the life of Thomas Jefferson, ■ died March 2 in Philadelphia and ■ was buried here. ‘ Active in the- restoration of [ Montlcello and Btratford, the ' home of Robert E. Lee, Mr. Kim -1 ball was the architect of Mcln -5 tire Amphitheatre, Memorial Gymnasium and the University ) Apartments here. He was on the t advisory board for the restora s tion of Williamsburg. Bom In Newton, Mass., he was . the son of the late Edwin Fiske . and Ellen Leora Ripley Kimball. . He was graduated from Harvard i University in 1900, where he also received his master’s degree In ' 1912. He was awarded htt Ph. D. by the University of Michigan, i He taught at Harvard, the' University of Illinois and the University of Michigan before teaching at the University of < Virginia from 1919 to 1923. He' l;had served as director of the , Philadelphia Museum since 1925. | Mr. Kimball was a member of the advisory boards of Rocke- « | — ll - ————l | George Paddock, 76, i Astronomy Expert : ! PROVIDENCE. R. I„ Aug. 16 1 UP). Prof. George Frederick 1 Paddock, 76. professor emeritus ( of astronomy at the Lick Observ- , ' atory in California, died here ] yesterday after a long illness. ] He was bom in Providence in < ' August, 1879, and was graduated 1 from Brown University in 1902.* t He received his master’s degree from the University of Virginia , ,in 1906 and h|s doctorate in 1912. i Shortly thereafter he went to ’ Santiago, Chile, with the D. O. l Mills expedition. He tt a mem- i ber of the staff at Dearborn ( Observatory in Evanston, HI., for many years and was asso- t ciated with the Lick Observatory i lor 30 years before htt retire- 1 ment in 1950. ( DAY k CO. 54432 , A •S I v 3? "De/ietuiftfief * —ifp * AH! Owned and Operated by W. W. Chambers One of the Largest Undertakers in the World feller Center and the National Park Service, and was on the editorial board far Jefferson’s papers. He was the author of several books on architecture and also was a contributor to literary and art magazines, the Encyclopedia Brltannica and Webster’s Dic ttonary. Lt.T.D.Moffitt,Jr., Marine Air Victim Puneral services for Lt. Thomas D. Moffttt, Jr., Marine pilot attached to the Ist Marine Air Wing, wIH be held at 3 pm. tomorrow ba the Fort Myer chapel. Lt. Moffitt was killed/when htt propeller-driven Skyraider crashed Into the ocean off the Korean coast on a routine training flight on July 20. He tt survived by htt wife Barbara, who lives at 3501 Eighteenth street N.W. with their seven-month-old son, and htt mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Moffitt. 713 North Barton street, Arlington. Va. Burial with full military hon ors will be in the Arlington Cemetery. Mrs. Frank P. Heil, Widow of Builder Mrs. Prank P. Heil, 77, widow of a Washington builder, died yesterday at her home, 907 Ker win road. Silver Spring, Md. She was the former Martha Elizabeth Johnson, a native of Southwest Washington. Her father, Esau L. Johnson, owned and operated the former Hotel Johnson at Thirteenth and Pennsylvania avenue N.W. Her mother was the late Lydia Brock Johnson and her grandfather, Maj. William Brock, was one time cheif of Metropolitan Police. Mrs. Heil worked for the Fuel Administration during World War I. Survivors are three sisters, Mrs. Julia Delevingne and Mrs. Abbie Mcßride, both of 519 Oneida place N.W. Services will be held at 11:30 am. Thursday at the Deal funer al home, 4812 Georgia avenue N.W. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.