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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
CHarb of Khanka
uses, CLARENCE L. The devoted wife,
of CLARENCE L- BIRCH wlihei to,
exprvu her appreciation to relative*
ond friends for their expressions of
arnMthE. cords ond florol offering*
during her recent bereovement.
ARTHUR. JAMES. On Tueedox. Sep
tember 13. 1965. ot Freedmen's Hos
pitol. JAMES ARTHUR of 800 both
ore. n.e. He is survived by one;
Brother. Wlllisra Arthur; two cousins J
Mrs. Hottle Olvens ond Jnmes Givens,
ond mony other relotives ond friends.
After 6 pm. Pridoy, September It).i
friends may coll ot the Henry S
Washington & Sons Funeral Home.;
4925 Deane ave. n.e. Funeral services;
on Saturday. September 17. ot 10:30
am. ot the Grace Methodist Church.!
69th ave.. Fairmont Heights. Md.l
Rev. Edward Williams officiating. ln->
torment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. I
Tuesday. September 13. 1956. at her
residence. 29 P st. n e.. Deaconess
SUSIE E. BAOBY. beloved wife of
Bov. O. C. Bagbv. sister of Annie
Hoakin. Anderson. Jessie and Henry
Wright. She alto it survived by other
relatives and many friends. After 4
p.m. Friday, September is. remains
will lie in state at the Purity Baptist
Church. 1326 Maryland ave n.e.,
where funeral services will be held on
Saturday, September 17. at 1 p.m..
Rev H. O. Hackett officiating. Inter
ment Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrange
ments by Jarvis. 16
BANKS. MARY J. Suddenly, on Mon
day. September 12. 1965. at Mary
Immaculate Hospital. Jamaica. N. Y,
MARY J. BANKS, mother of Rosella
Parker and Robert Spinner. Jr.: grand
mother of Robert Bplnner. 3rd: Bhlrley
Ann and John Stevens Parker. Also
surviving are a sister and brother, Lor
raine and Isaac Banka: a sister-in
law, Mrs. Ahlene Banks, and other
relatives and many friends. After 12
noon Friday. September IS. friends
are invited to call at the McGuire
Funeral Home. 1820 9th st. n.w.
Requiem high mass will be offered
at Bt. Augustine's Catholic Church
on Saturday. September 17. at 10
am. Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. 16
September 16. 1955. ADA LILLIAN I
BARLOW of 109 Anacostia ave. n.e.,
beloved aister ot Mrs Maude Quander,
Mrs. Alberta Mason. Mrs. Louise Rob
inson. George 8.. James I. and Julius
L Moore. She also leaves to mourn
their Joes two brothers-tn-law. Andrew
Robinson and Joseph Quander: a sis
ter-in-law. Mrs. May Addie Moore;
many nieces, nephews and a host of
other • relatives and friends. Remains
resting at the John T. Rhlnes At Co.
Funeral Home. 901 3rd tt. a.w. Notice
of funeral later.
.BOSWELL. EDNA. On Thursday, Sep
tember 15. 1955. at Montgomery County
General Hospital. EDNA BOSWELL, be
loved wife of Harvey Boswell of Brook
vllle, Md.; daughter as the late Marvin
end Alice Plummer of Laytonsvllle, Md..
and mother of Wilton J. Boswell. Alice
Goode and Eunice Bryan. She also
Is survived by three grandchildren, one
great-grandchild, live brothers. Clar
snoe A . Thomas K.. Virgil C.. Francis
M- and Dorsey C. Plummer, and one
slater. Mrs. Virginia Duvall. Friends
may call at the Roy W. Barber Funeral
Home. Laytonsvllle. Md. Body will lie
In atate at the Brookville Methodist
Church from 2 p.m. until 3 p.m. Satur
day. September 17. Interment church
boxleyT' SABAH JANE. On Wednes-j
<l*7. September 14. 1855. after a lone
mother of Washington E. and Samuel
X. Boxley. She also la survived by
* slater. Mrs. Maggie Langston of
Philadelphia. Pa.; two daughters-in
law. Mrs. Bessie K. E. and Luvada
E Boxley. and other relatives and
frlands. After 3 p.m. Friday. Septem
ber 16. friends may can at the
Frasier Funeral Home. 388 Rhode
Island ave n.w., where aervices will
he held on Saturday. September 17,
at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. 16
Thursday. September 15. 1855. at the
D C. General Hospital. JOHN DANIEL
BRANCH. Br., of 2750 Bruce pi. s.e.,
beloved father of Mrs. Ruth B Smith
and John B. Branch, jr. He also
leaves to mourn their loss three sisters.
Mrs. Virginia Jones. Mrs. Ruth King
and Mrs. Elizabeth Bynum, all of Rich
mond. Va.; four grandchildren, a de
voted eon-in-law. Theodore N Smith,
jr.: a daughter-in-law. Mrs Margaret
Branch; two brothers-in-law. a niece
and many other relatives and friends.
Remains resting at the John T. Rhlnes
£ Co. Funeral Home. 801 3rd st. s.w
Notice of funeral later.
September 16. 1955. at the National
Institutes of Health. Bethesda. Md
HANNAH M. BRENNER, wife of Law
renee J. (Bussie) Brenner, sister of
Mrs. Maude Vogeding of Bridgeton.
N. J.; Mias EUa Jackson of Florida.
William 8. Michelbach of Alexandria.!
Va., and Frederick W. Michelbach of!
Pennsylvania. Funeral services on'
Saturday. September 17. at 3:30 p m .
at the Wheatley Funeral Home. 809
King it.. Alexandria. Va. Interment
Mount Comfort Cemetery.
SUBTON. LULA A. Departed this life
on Thursday. September 15. 1955.
at Tucson. Aril., Mrs. LULU A. BUR
TON. aged 86. widow of Darius Ed
monston Burton of 503 6th ave.. Asbury
Park. N. J.. formerly of Washington.
D. C. She is survived by a aon. C
Donn Burton of Philadelphia. Pa.: a
daughter. Ethel Burton Orcutt of Seat
tle. Wash., and one grandson. Private
services at Tucson, Ariz.
Wednesday. September 14, 1955. at
his residence. 3024 Stanton rd. s.e.
survived by two sons. William A. and
Joseph H. Butler; three daughters. Mrs.
Gertrude E. Brown. Mrs. Essie Cohen
and Mrs. Rose E. Taylor; two sisters,
two grandchildren, three great-grand
children. one son-in-law, one daugh
ter-in-law. other relative! and many
friends. Remains resting at Horton’s
Mortuary. 1324 You st. n.w.. where
prayers will be #aid on Friday, Sep
tember 16. at 8 p.m. Mass on Satur
day. September 17. at 9 am., at Our
Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic
Church. 1600 Morris rd s.e. Inter
ment Mount Olivet Cemetery
CAMERON. JAMES. On Tuesday. Sep
tember 13. 1955. at the D C. General
Hospital. JAMES CAMERON of 80 Eye
tt. s.w.. beloved father of Mrs. Bessie.
Bowie and Mrs. Mary Carter. He also:
leaves to mourn their loss two sons-:
in-law. George Eowie and Arthur Car
ter; a granddaughter. Mrs. diene;
..rown; three great-grandchildren andj
many other relatives and friends. Re-;
ami resting at the John T. -Rhlnes!
or Co. Funeral Horae. 901 3rd st. ».w..j
where friends may call after 4 p.m.j
Friday. September 16. and where fu
neral aervices will be held on Saturday,!
September 17, at 1 p.m., R*v. B H.i
Whiting officiating. Interment Wood
lawn Cemetery. 16
CASEY. MARGARET M. On Thursday.;
September 15. 1955. MARGARET M.j
CASEY, beloved mother of William J.
Casey and the late Patricia M. Casey
Friends may call at the Robert A.l
Mattingly Funeral Home. 131 llth;
st. until Saturday. September 17.;
at 9 am. Requiem mass at St Bte- (
phen’s Church at 9:30 a m Relatives)
and friends invited. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery.
day. September 15, 1955. MARY ELIZA
BETH CLARK, wife of the late Harry
H. Clark and mother of Mrs. Mar
carat C. Nash and Frederick W Clark.
Private services at Gawler's Chapel,
1766 Pa. ave. n.w.. on Saturday. Sep
tember 17.
September 15. 1955. at Garfield Hos
pital. WILLIAM E. COLLIER, brother
of A. Walter Collier and Mrs. Marie
C. Rogers. Services at the S. H :
Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2991 Mth
at. n.w.. on Saturday. September 17.
at 11 a.m. Interment Olenwood Ceme-j
COLLIER. WILLIAM E : On_ Thursday.!
September 15. 1955, at Wash- !
ington. D. C.. WILLIAM E
, COLLIER, member of Colum-j
bia Typographical Union, No.
f l 01, anci the Secretary’s
Chapel. Remains resting at
the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2001 14th' st. n.w. Services;
In the above funeral home on Satur
day. September 17. at 11 a m Mem
bers of the union are Invited to attend
the funeral services, interment Glen
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DAVIS. GRANISON. On Thursday. Sep
>i tember 15. 1966. ORANISON DAVIS
i ot Huntina Hill. Md.. beloved husband
! ot the late Blanche Da via. father of
i Mrs. Lloyd Whalon. Mrs. Virginia L
| Groves and stepfather of Carlson
( Gardiner. Friends are Invited to call
: at the Colonial Funeral Home of Rob-
I ert A Fnmphrty. Rockville. Md.. where
! services will bo held on Saturday. Sep-
I umber 17. at 2 pm. Interment Neela
vllle Chureb Cemetery.
; DRAKE. FRANCES R. On Wednesday.
! September 14. 1966. at Rockefeller
, Center. New York City. N. Y.. FRAN
CES R. DRAKE, wife of the late Her
. vey 8. Drake and mother of Ella
, C. Fiedler of Long Island. N. Y.. and
Wllltar. Drake M Jacksonville, Fla.
! Remains resting at the Colonial Fu
; neral H me of Muse * Reed. Leesburg.
> Va. Funeral services at the Leesburg
. Methodist Church. Leesburg. Va.. on
,1 Saturday. September 17. at 2 p.m..
.i EST Interment Union Cemetery, Lees
l burg. Va. Please omtt flowers. 16 *
; EDMONDS, J ANN IE R. On Wednesday.
September 14. 1955. JANNIE B KD
; MONDB ot 3520 Center at. n.w.. beloved
mother of Fred D. Wilson. Also aur
vivinc are a sister. Lottie Banks, and
a slster-tn-law, Lottie Edmonds, both
of Newport News. Va.. and other rela
tives and many friends. Prom 12
1 noon to S p.m. Friday. September 16.
friends are Invited to call at the
McOulre Funeral Home. 1820 9th it.
1 n.w.: thereafter, the remains will rest
at the O. N. Smith Funeral Home,
3007 Chestnut ave., Newport News. Va..
on Saturday evening. September 17.
Funeral services on Sunday. Septem
ber 18. at the Ebenezer Baptist Church,
New Kent County. Va.. Rev. J. H.
| Moody officiating. 17
Wednesday. September 14. 1956. at her
1 residence. 2816 P st. n.w., MARGARET
M. EDMONSTON. beloved wife of Sam
uel s Edmonston. mother of John 8..
Dr. M. Russell and William C. Edmond
ston and Mrs. Margaret Mary Tisdale.
She also Is survived by ten grand
children. Funeral from the De Vol
Funeral Home. 2224 Wisconsin ave,
n.w.. on Saturday. September 17. at
8:30 a.m.: thence to the Holy Trinity
1 Church, 36th and O sts. n.w.. where
I requiem mass will be offered at 9 a.m.
Friends and relatives Invited. Inter
ment private. Please omit flowers.
I In lieu thereof, send donations to
, your favorite charity. 16
September IS. 1966. at ber home,
Clarksburg. Md.. IDA MAY HENDER
SON, beloved.wife ot Bdward O. Hen
derson, mother of Mrs. J. Leo Clagett.
Mrs Joseph Blafidford. Mrs. Earl
Lechilder, Mrs. Robert Hodgson. Mrs.
Franklin Henley. Mrs. Frederick Har
ren. E. Albert. John 0.. W. Oilbert
and F. Earl Henderson: sister of John
Cowell and Mrs. Frederick Water Bol
ter. She also la survived by twenty-six
grandchildren and * twenty-one great
grandchildren. Friendt are. Invited to
call at the Colonial Funeral Home of
Robert A. Pumphrey. Rockville. Md.
Services on Saturday. September 17.
at st Mary's Catholic Church. Rock
ville, Md.. where requiem mas* will be
offered at 10 a.m. Intermtnt St.
Marys Cemetery.
HOLMES. EMMA K On Thursday. Sep
tember 15 1955. EMMA M. HOLMES,
beloved wife of the late Lt. James
C. Holmes, mother of Helen Shehade.
Frances Qatsha. William. Stephen.
Thomas and Edvard Joseph. Thelma
Rodgers. Regina Finneg and Evelyn
Hellmuth. she also is survived by
her grandchildren. Friends may call
at the Walsh Funeral Home. 741 llth
•t. a.e., where prayers will be said
on Monday. September 19. at 8:30 ,
a.m. High requiem mass at St. Peter’s 1
Church at 9 a.m. Interment Congres
sional Cemetery. is
.WALTER J. On Thursday. I
September 16. 1955. at Emergency
Hospital. WALTER J. HORN of 2208
Gaylord dr.. Bradbury Park. Md.. the
beloved husband of Anns E. Horn,
father of Barbara L. Phipps. He also
is survived by one grandson. Memorial
services at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th
st. and Mass. aye. ajt.. on Saturday.
September 17. at 7:30 p.m. Interment;
private. (Allentown. Pa., newspapers .
please copy.) 17 :
15 ’ 1W». JOHN EDGAR
IGLEHART of 4012 29th it.. Mount;
Rainier, Md.. beloved husband of Hattie
Garland Iglehart and brother of Mrs.
Mamie M. Wilmeuth. Friends may
call at the Nalley Funeral Home. 3300
Rhode Island ave,. at Eastern ave.
n.e.. where services will be held on
Saturday. September 17. at 2 p.m.
Relatives and friends invited. Inter
ment Rock Creek Cemetery 16
! IGLEHART. J. EDGAR. A special com-
munication of the New Jeru
salem Lodge. No. 9. F. A.
A. M.. will be held at then
I Masonic Temple. 13th st.
and New York ave. n.w., on
3aturday. September 17.
1955. at 1 p.m., for the
I purpose of attending the funeral of
! our late brother. J. EDGAR IGLEHART
LINTON. AMELIA C. On Wednesday.
September 14. 1955. at the residence
of her daughter. 1422 Floral st. n.w..
AMELIA C LINTON, mother of Mrs.
Rose L. Kaden and sister of Mrs.
Clara A. Lindsay. Lawrence A. Wan
der and Fred C. Wander of New York
She also is survived by three grand
daughters. Funeral services at the i
Bfeflell Funeral Home, 475 H st. a.w.,
on Saturday. September i?. at 9:30
a.m. Requiem mass at St. Mary’s
Church at 10 a.m. RelaUves and
friends invited. Interment St. Mary’s
Cemetery. 16
MaeILWAIKv WALTER 8. Suddenly, on
Wednesday. September 14. 1955. WAL
TER 8 MacILWAIN of 2511 14th
st. n.e., beloved husband of Colleen
V. MacUwain. stepfather of Glen
Fincham of Morgantown. W. Va.: Mrs.
William Ankrom of Detroit, Mich., and ,
Mrs. Ray Foster of Baton Rouge. La.;
brother of Mrs. Richard Hill, sr.: Man
ley Charles Ray and Lewis Marllwam.
ail of Corning, N. Y. Friends may
call at the 6 H. Hinei Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. after 7
pm. Friday. September 16. Service#
at the Holy Comforter Episcopal
Church, 7th and Oglethorpe sts. n.w .
on Monday. September 19. at 10 a.m. !
Interment Arlington National Ceme-’
tery. 18 j
Mar EL WEE. ANNA W. On Friday. Brp- !l
tember 16. 1955. at 1629 Columbia
rd. n.w.. ANNA W MacELWEE. beloved
sister of Margaret E. MacElwee She.
also is survived by two nieces. Services
at the 8. H Hines Co. Funeral Home,
! 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Monday, Sep-j
j tember 19. at 3 p.m. Relatives and)
! friends are invited. Interment Rock!
j Creek Cemetery. 18
j Wednesday, September 14. 1955. ati l
| the Newton D. Baker Veterans’ Hospital, i
Martinsburg. W. Va.. JOHN WESLEY!
MAHONEY, father of Violet Claggett
! and John Wesley Mahoney. Jr. Friends
i may call at Boyd's Funeral Home. 1238
20th st. n.w. Funeral on Monday. Sep
tember 19. at 12 noon, from the above
J funeral home. Interment in Arlington
National Cemetery. 18*
McDOWF.LL. MAGGIE. On Thursday,
- September 15. 1965. at the D C. Gen
! era! Hospital. MAGGIE McDOWELL
of 2524 llth st. n.w.. devoted mother
of Mrs Viola Mcllwain. Mrs. Aslee
Washington. Willie. James. Clarence i
an-i Roy McDowell; aister of Herbert
Coffey of Richmond. Va., and Cecile
Coffey of Waxhaw. N. C.: mother-in
law of Hiawatha Mcllwain, Benjamin
Washington. Marie. Ivy and Carrie Mc-
Dowell. She also is survived by eight!
grandchildren and a host of other rela-;
tives and friends. The late Mr Mc-i
Dowell may be viewed at the Stewart!
Funeral Heme. 30 H st. n.e., after 12 j
j noon Sunday, September 18. Funeral
1 on Monday. September 19. from the !
Brown Memorial A. M. E. Church, 14th .
st. and Constitution ave n.e, at l' 1
p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial;
| Cemetery. 18 j
TON. On Thursday- September 15,
j 1955. Mr?. ELIZABETH «LIZZIE> SIT- i
TON MEDLOCK of 332 Commerce st..
Alexandria. Va. Notice of funeral later.
Family may be contacted at 127 South
West st.. Alexandria, Va., or TE
MEIISCH. VICTOR S. On Thursday, .
September l»5. 1955. at Suburban Hos- 1
Pital. VICTOR S. MERSCH of 3615
Quesada st n.w, beloved husband of
Catherine C. Mersch. father of Robert
J.. Barbara C. and Elizabeth 1,. Mersch:
brother of Alfred and Clarence Mersch.
Funeral fiom the Collins Funeral Home,
3821 14th st. n.w., on Monday. Sep
tember 19. at 9 am. Requiem mass
at the Shrine of the Most Blessed
Sacrament at 9:30 a.m. Interment
St. Mary’s Cemetery. 18
MOTZ, BETTE N. On Thursday. Sep- !
tember 15, 1955, at her residence. 712
South Highland st.. Arlington. Va.,
BETTE N MOTZ. beloved wife of Lt.
Col. Leslie L. Motz and mother of
Charles N Motz and Sharon L. Motz.
Bhe also is survived by her parents.
Mr and Mrs. Harry C, Nixon of Tucson.
Ariz Memorial services. Tucson. Ariz.
In lieu of flowers, friends are invited f
to make contributions in Mrs. Motz r
name to the library fund of Stanford’
University. Stanford. Calif.
MI DDIMAN. ALLAN C. Suddenly, oni
Friday. September 16. 1955. at Bir-i
mlngham. Ala.. ALLAN C. MUDDIMAN. |
belo\ed husband of Beatrice Muddiman.
father of John Muddiman of W'ilmlng- i
ton. Del., and Charles Allan Muddiman,
i of Birmingham. Ala.; son oi the late
Charles A. and Florence E. Muddiman
and brother of Cornelia F. and Anna
E. Muddiman of Washington, D. C.l
and Earll R. Muddiman of Levittown, I
Fa. Remains resting at Brown's Fu-;
neral Home. Birmingham. Ala. Serv-i
ices at the above funeral home on
Sunday. September 18, at 3 I>.m. In
- terment Birmingham. Ala. 18
O’CONNOR. ROSE M. On Wednesday !
| September 14. 1955. at her residence. ’
1230 Ingraham st. n.w., ROBE M.
; O’CONNOR of Roscommon. Ireland, be-!
! loved wife of the late James O’Connor
j and mother of Miss Mary O’Connor,
! Mrs Michael Green. Mrs. Philip Mudd.
Mrs. Alfred Marshall. Alexander J. and
Michael O’Connor. Funeral from the
Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home. 3831
Georgia ave. n.w.. on Saturday. Sep--
i tember 17, at 8:30 a.m. High requiem i
mass at the Nativity Church. 13thi
'! and Peabody sts. n.w., at 9 a.m.i
Relatives and friends invited. Inter- 1
pient Mount Olivet Cemetery. 16
O’CONNOR. ROSE. Members of the'
Blessed Virgin Mary Sodality I
of the Nativity Catholic
Church are requested to
meet at Hanlon s Funeral
| Home. 38.31 Georgia ave.
n.w.. on Friday. September
ltt. 1956. at 8:15 pm. for
'cdtation of the rosary for our late
1 Spiritual Director.
* Dratfjg
on Wednesday. September 14. 1966.
•t hie residence. 6007 L ,t. n.e..
Fslrmont Helehu Md.. OROROR RLLIB
ODRICK. Moved husband of Msry
Odrlck. He elao leave* to mourn their
loss n goddaughter. Betty Yateg; a
stepson. Paul Htckerun: flea aister,-
ln-law, five brothers-tn-law and a host
ot other relatives and friends. Re
mains resting at hi, late residence
after 4 p.m. Sunday. September IS,
where friends are invited to call.
Funeral services on Monday. Septem
b.r 19. at 1 p.m.. at the Sylvan Vista
Baptist Churcn. 1103 60th ave.. Fair
mont Heights. Md.. Rer. Arthur
Luckette officiating. Interment Wood
lawn Cemetery. Arrangements by the
John T Rhlnes k Co. Funeral Home.
901 3rd st. s.w.
FACE. ELLIOTT H. On Sunday. Sep
tember 11. 1956. at the D. C. Oeneral
Hospital. ELLIOTT H. PACE of 834
Varnum at. n.w., husband of Mary
E. Pace, son of the lse Estus and
Mae Pace, brother of Mrs. Emogene
Stgtten and Mr. Riley Poster, nephew
of Mrs. Byb!r Mlnner. all of Texas.
He also Is survived by a host of other
relatives and friends. Friends may call
at Boyd's Funeral Home. 1238 20th
st. n.w.. where services will be held
on Saturdsy. September 17, st 1 p.m.
Relatives and friends Invited. Inter
ment Woodlawn Cemetery. •
PANKEY. WYATT. On Wednesday.
September 14, 1966. at hie residents,
606 R st. n.w., WYATT PANKEY. hus
band of Mary Pankey. father of Miss
Magnolia Pankey. Mrs. Margaret Whit
ley and Albert Pankey: brother of Mrg.
Rcberts Branch. Mrs Mary Brown.
Mrs. Raiai Patterscn .tnd Mathew
Pankey Hr also is surlved by other
relatives. Friends may call at the
Mahan Ic Schey. Inc., Funeral Home.
New Jersey ave and R st. n.w.. on
Prtday. September 16. after 4 p.m..
where funeral services will be held
on Saturday, September 17. at 1
p.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
September 11. 1965, at New York City,
brother of Mrs. Gertrude Morgan and
Mrs. May oraham. He also is sur
vived by several nephews and nieces.
Funeral services will be held at
Hyrong's Funeral Home. 1300 N st.
n.w.. on Saturday. September 17, st
2 p.m. Relatives and friends are In
vited to attend. Parking lot adjoin
ing funeral home. Interment Olen
wood Cemetery. 17
day, Sentcmber 15, 1966. at Garfield
1903 Elmwood dr.. Falla Church. Va.,
beloved wlft of Harold J. Pavel, mother
of Harold G. Pavel and sister of
Lloyd Nelson. Friends may call at
the Ives Funeral Home. 2847 Wilson
blvd., Arlington. Va.. where funeral
service! will be held on Monday. Sep
tember 19. at 12:45 p.m. Interment
Arlfntgon National Cemetery. 18
September 13. 1858. »t Casualty Hos
pital, MICHAEL J. Pin RONE of Ar
lington Towers Apartments, formerly
of Sterling, Va.. beloved husband ol
Irene Kelly Plrrone, son of Mrs. Angela
8. Plrrone and the late Frank Plrrone
of Washington. D. C.: brother of
Mre. George Veccbett! and Mrs. Oeorge
T. Harrison, both of Washington. D. C.:
Mrs. James de Martini of New York
City. Paul E. Plrrone of Chicago. 111.,
and K. J. Pirrone of Wichita. Kang.
Services at the 8. H. Htnee Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Saturday,
September 17. at 9:30 a.m.; ’hence
to the Holy Trinity Catholic Church.
36th and O sts n.w.. where .he holy
•acrlfice of the mass will be offered
at 10 a m. for the repose of his soul.
Interment Cedar HtU Cemetery. 16
Lodpe. No. 15, B. P. O
Elks, will assemble at the
S. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 Mth st. n.w.,
on Friday. September 16.
1955. at 8 p.m. to ex-
H 9
the funeral ritual
of tee order over the remains of our
late brother. MICHAEL J. PIRRONE
By arder of
_ _ _ Exalted Ruler.
R. T. PICKREL, Secretary.
da}. September 11, 1936. at Freed
; QUEEN. She leaves to mourn a dr
, voted mother. Louise Winslow: three
sifters. Mrs. Mary Hill. Mrs. Martha
w ;‘ l * s And Mrs. Lena Queen: eight
nieces, three nephews and a host of
other relatives and friends. Remains
resting at her late residence. 4115
Minnesota ave. n.e.. after 5 p.m. Fri
day. September Hi. Funeral services
on Saturday. September 17. at the
Grace Methodist Church. 69th ave.,
Fairmont Heights, Md.. at 1:30 p.m..
Rev. Edward Williams officiating. In
terment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
Arrangements by Darden. 16"
I QUEEN. ELEANOR W. The offleerg and
«. uuicrri miu
members ot Love Tempi,. No.
256. L B. P. O E ot W.. are
hereby notified of the death of
Daughter ELEANOR W.
QUEEN at Freedmen’s Hospital
on Sunday. September 11. 1955
Session of sorrow will be held
at the Fairmont Heights Blks’ Home.
Fairmont Height*. Md.. on Friday. Sep
tember J 6. at 8:30 p.m. Funeral on
Saturday, September 17. from the
Grace M. E Church. 59th ave. n.e.,
Fairmont Heights. Md.. at 1 pm.
EMMA L. DAVIB. Daughter Ruler.
RAYK. MARTHA. On Saturday. Sep
tember 10. 1955. at the D C. Gen
eral Hospital. MARTHA RAYE of 1229
Kenilworth n.e.. beloved mother
of Susie Blount, nister of Clara Cephas.
Clate Mills. Lois Kelley. Thaddeos.
Nathaniel and Jamec Swindler. She
also Is survived by a host of other
relatives and friends. The late Mrs.
Rare may be viewed at the Btewart
Funeral Home. 80 H st. n.e.. from
Funeral and interment. Whitmire. 8. C
2 to 8 p.m. Friday. September 16.
REINECK. ROBERT H. On Wednesday.
September 14. 1955, at bis residence.
2006 Columbia rd. n.w., ROBERT H
RXINECK, beloved father of Robert H.
Reineck, jr.. of Silver Spring. Md ;
brother of Mrs. Lillian Hevenor of
Chicago. 111. He also is survived bv
four grandchildren. Services at the
8 H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901
i Mth st. n.w. on Monday, September
i 19. at 12 noon. Interment Arlington
j National Cemetery. 18
September 13. 1956 HORTENbK M
ROBERTS of 4415 Illinois ave. n.w..
beloved wife of Horace H. Rcberts
! Also surviving are many friends.
After 1 pm. Friday. September 16.
: friends are invited to call at the Mc-
Guire Funeral Home. 1820 9th st.
! n.w., where services will be held on
i Saturday. September 17, at 1 p.m.
Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
denly, on Wednesday. September 14.
; 1955, at his residence, llflo 65th
ave n.e.. Cedar Heights. Md.. Rev. 1
husband of Mrs. Susie Robinson, de-j
voted father of Mrs. Edith A. Carson.!
He also leaves to mourn their loss!
two sisters. Mrs. Emma Gillespie andj
Mrs. Maria Bonds: two grandchildren.)
four great-grandchildren and manvl
other relatives and friends Funeral'
and Interment private. Memorial serv-i
ices to be announced later. Arrange
ments by the John T. Rhlnes Si Co
Funeral Home. 901 3rd st. s.w.
Va.. on September 14. 1955. husband
of Harriet E. Rogers, father of Hubert
W. and Raymond L. Rogers. Audra
Albright, Beatrice M Schatzand and
Maude D. Tayk>r; brother of Dr.
Weaver B and Dr. Harper L. Rogers.
Mrs. Dora Robinson and Mrs. Lloyd
I Griffin. Services at Chambers’ Funeral!
! Home. 5801 Cleveland ave . Riverdale.;
Md.. on Saturday. September 17, at!
2 pm. Interment Fort Lincoln Ceme-i
tery 16 |
SARIN. RALPH L. On Thursday, Sep„j
; tember 15. 1955. at his residence. 3200;
i Garfield st. n.w.. RALPH L. SABIN.!
I beloved husband of Anna S Sabin.'
i father of Dr. Hilbert 8 Sabin and'
to! other of Miss Hazel Babin. Mra.j
Frederick Buckley and Mrs* Earl Mar
vin. all ot Beatrice. Nebr. Friends mav!
call at Gawler’s Chapel. 1756 Pa. ave :
n.w (fre» parking opposite*, where!
services will be held on Saturday. Sep
tember 17, at 11:30 a.m Interment
SMITn. MART M. Os 400 M at. se .
on September 12. 1955, wife of Wil
liam F Smith, mother of John J.:
Smith. Mrs. Ida M Bartlett and Mrs ;
Mary M. Reid: sister of William E..
Frank Richard H. and Ida M. Rooert
son Bhe also is survived by eight,
grandchildren and one great-grand
child. Services at Chambers’ Funeral
Home. 517 llth st. s.e.. on Saturday.
September 17, at 9 am. Interment
Congressional Cemetery. 16
sylvania ave s.e., on September 14.
1955. beloved mother of Mrs Virginia
L. Patoka and grandmother of Ralph
E. and Robert F. Oarretson. Services
at Chambers' Funeral Home, 3072 M
st. n.w. on Saturday. September 17.
at 2:30 p.m. Interment Andrew!
Chapel. Va.
September 16. 1955. THOMAS A
STEWART of 1330 Irving st. n.w
Services at the 8. H Hines Co. Fu
neral Home, 2901 Mth st. n.w.. on
Saturday. September 17, at 2 p.m.
Interment private. (Baltimore papers
, please copy.)
Thursday September 16. 1955. at his
residence. Bright Seat rd..
i beloved husband of Jcnnye Collier
! Summers, father of Mrs. Thelma C.
I Bussard, grandfather of William Col-
I lier King and .brother of Mattie Lin
! ton. Alice Summers and Elsie Means,
j Services at the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 Mth st. n.w., on Monday.
! Septembei 19. at 2 p.m. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 18
I TURNER, JAMES F. Suddenly, on'
Thursday. September 15. 1955, at his
I residence. L 045 40th st. s.e. JAMES
P. TURNER, beloved husband of Doro-,
thea Turner, brother of Samuel C.!
Turner of Roanoke. Va . Capt. C N
Turner of Fort Monmouth. N J..
Ethelyne Maas of Danville, Va : Mrs.
Mary Yates of Roanoke. Va.. and'
■ Mrs. Betty Turner of Springfield. Mass,
i Friends may call at. the Lee Funeral
I Home. 4th st. and Mass. *ve. nr.
I where services will be held on Monday.
! September 19, at 10:30 a.m. Inter
| ment Arlington National Cemetery. 18
) Wednesday. September 14. 1955. at his
residence. 7408 Cedar ave.. Takoma
SON. beloved husband of Novella Lilly
Wayson. brother of Mrs Emma Reed
and Mrs. Susan J Lewis. Friends
may call at the Takoma Funeral Home. 1
264 Carroll st. n.w. (parking lot across
the street), where services will be,
held on Saturday. September 17. at
3 pm. Interment Fort Lincoln Cejie
tary. 1
Victor S. Mersch, 59, Dies;
; Clerk of U. S. Tax Court
[ Victor & Mersch, 59. cleric of
■ the United States Tax Court,
- died yesterday in Suburban Hos
-1 pital. He lived at 3615 Quesada
: street N.W.
» Mr. Mersch was formerly reg
; ister of wills for the District and
; on the faculty of Georgetown
• University Law School.
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio,
i Mr. Mersch got his college de
| gree from Notre Dame Univer
i slty and was graduated from
J Georgetown Law School in 1923.
• It was at Georgetown that he
l did his first legal writing. He
} was associate editor in 1922 of
the Law Journal of Georgetown.
He received his bachelor of
. arts degree from George Wash
; ington University in 1925 and
»his master of laws degree in
: 1929.
; Mr. Mersch was first deputy
[ register of wills when he wrote (
. "Probate Practice in the District
1 of Columbia” in 1939. Later he <
J wrote a second volume. Mr. ,
. Mersch entered the field of law
as secretary and law clerk to ;
j the late District Court Justice :
SA. A. Hoehllng. Afterwards he
- entered the active practice of (
law before becoming deputy
i register of wills in 1927. 1
In 1942, he became register
: of wills to replace Theodore F. \
Cogswell, who accepted a com
; mission in the Army’s Trans
(portation Corps. When Mr.
f Cogswell returned In 1946, Mr.
[ Mersch resumed his duties as '
j deputy. !
Mr. Mersch resigned that posi
-1 tion in June. 1946, to accept an
appointment as clerk of the Tax 1
: Court.
; From 1940 until several years I
) ago. Mr. Mersch was on the )
> Georgetown University School '
[ of Law faculty. i
: _Mr. Mersch was formerly presi- ]
! Edward J. Pope, Retired
[ Navy Officer, Sport Devotee
1 Edward J. Pope, retired Navy
! lieutenant commander, ex-Amer
; ican Amateur Union official and
i a resident of Arlington since
. 1943, died last week at Bethesda
Naval Hospital. He was 58.
For more than 12 years.
Comdr. Pope was a member of
) the Cleveland (Ohio) boxing
; commission and the Cleveland
AAU swimming and boxing com
i mittees.
While at Ohio State Univer
sity, his son. Thomas A. Pope.
: held the junior national diving
championship as welf as nu
merous other swimming marks.
Edward Pope, jr., a former Yale
1 student, was a member of that
school’s flve-world-record relay
team and the Yale baseball team.'
Comdr. Pope was bom in Hart- j
ford. Conn. From 1943 until
his retirement in 1951, he was
; attached to the Navy's Bureau
Uralba ]
Wednesday. September 14. 1065. BEN
New Hampshire ave. n.w He is tur
eired by hi. beloved wife. Rosa M
! Weet: two children. Bentamuf. Jr., and
Judith West: six brothers. Thomas L.
and Frederick E West, Allred. Winston,
Joseph and Lloyd Turner: two sisters.
Wlllena Turner and Mri. Virginia
Riley. He also Is survived by many
other relatives and friends. He Is
the son of the late Mary Turner.
Friends may call at the w. H Bacon
Funeral Home. 1722 7th st. n.w..
after 1 pm. Sunday. September 18,
»her# services will be held on Mon
day. September 18. at 12:30 pm.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery
itt fUmuiriaitt
int memory of our lovinj mother.
entered eternal rest two years ago
today. September ltt. 1953.
Or. Lord, keep green the grave
That lies beneath the wide and starry,
Keep sweet the sleep and give her rest
whose hands are folded over her brea&t
Not dead to us who loved her.
Not lost, out gone before:
She lives with us in memory ;
; And will forevermore. j
Sadly missed by
j memory of our dear wife and mother.
i passed away one year ago today, Sep
' tember ltt, 1954.
A year has passed since that sari day
When the one we loved was called
God took her home, it was His will.
But in our hearts she liveth still
memory of our dear husband and
passed away five years ago. Septem
ber ltt, 1960.
i Loving memory never dies
! As years roll on and days go by:
! Deep in our hearts a memory is kept;
; Os the one we love and will never
i Ing memory of our devoted wife and
' who passed away two years ago today
Always dear In our memory.
Your kindness, your devotion, your
: love for family and humanity, your
j good works and cur fond remembrance
! of you will serve forever as a monu-
Jient of vour stay with us.
MONTAGUE. JAMES. A tribute of love ‘
and devotion to the memory of our
dear husband and father. JAMES MON-,
i TAGUE. who left us six years ago
i today, September 16. 1949.
i You left a beautiful memory.
A sorrow too great to be told:
But to us who loved and los' you.
Your memory will never grow old
Our thoughts of you will never fade *
When all the rest have flown.
Your memory, as the brlghteest star.
Will always light our homes
FROCTOK. WALTER M. In iovlng mem
ory of a dear husband and fAthcr, <
WALTER M. PROCTOR, who departed j
this life three years ago today. Sep- 1
* tember 16. 1952. I
Time takes away the edge of grief.
But memories turn back every leal '
Sadly missed by 1
SCOTT. DOROTHY H. In memory of .
our beloved mother and grandmother. 1
DOROTHY H BCOTT. who passed ’
away one year ago today. September ,
ltt. 1954. 1
It was one year ago today ]
That you so quietly stole away; .
A day we never will forget. 1
When God stepped In and took the '
Your smile, vour love, we ll always '
Will be in our hearts like a burning
✓ ember;
Our hearts will be heavy as the
days go by.
But we know you are resting with your
God on high.
SCOTT. DOROTHY H. In loving re-!
, membrane* of our loved one. DORO-i
! THY H. SCOTT, who passed away one!
: year age today. September ltt. 1954. |
i Somewhere above this troubled world.!
! Safe beyond all grief and care.
' Our loved one rests in heavenly peace,
Ood grant some day we meet her
there. THE FAMILY. ;
loving memory of my husband, FRED
away one year ago today, September
ltt, 1964.
My heart cannot tell how I miss you
And lips do not know what to say.
Only Ood knows the feelings
Which hide under my smiles today.
I miss youi smile, your loving ways,
The memory of those happy days;
Beautiful thoughts are all I have left
, Os the one I have loved and shall
never forget.
<■ J £
, I mm;
dent of the Holy Name Society at
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic
Church in Bethesda. When he
died, he was a member of th?
Holy Name Society at Blessed
Sacrament Church and the'
Knights of Columbus.
Survivors . are his widow,
Catherine C.; a son, Robert J..
of 2868 South Abingdon street.
Arlington, Va.; two daughters.
Miss Barbara C. Mersch of the
home address, a teacher at Our
Lady of Lourdes School, and
Miss Elizabeth L. Mersch, a
novitiate at St. Mary of the
Spring Convent in Columbus.
Ohio, and two brothers, Alfred
W., of 5504 Twenty-sixth avenue,
Hillcrest Heights, Md.. and Clar
ence Mersch of Washington.
Requiem mass will be held at
9:30 a.m. Monday in Blessed
Sacrament Catholic Church,
Western avenue and Quesada
street N.W. Burial will be In St.'
Mary s Catholic Cemetery.
of Ships. After his retirement
he worked one year with the
Renegotiation Board.
Comdr. Pope was a member of
1 the Knights of Columbus, the
Retired Officers’ Association, the j
Military Order of World Wars
and the National Association of'
Besides his sons, he is sur- i
vlved by his widow Mrs. Mary
Pope, of 1401 South Barton
street. Arlington.
Sergt. Howell Rites
HeljJ at Arlington '
Funeral services were held at
Arlington Cemetery today for
Marine S/Sergt. Frederick D.
Howell, who was killed Septem
ber 6 in a tractor accident at
Camp Pendleton, Calif.
Sergt. Howell, 33. formerly
■lived with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Howell, at 1261 Raum
| street N.E. He was bom in
iLynchburg, Va., and came to the;
(District with his parents in 1928.
He enlisted in the Marine
Corps in September, 1942. and
saw 20 months of action in the
South Pacific during World War;
H. He was discharged in 1945:
and re-enlisted in 1948. He
served in Korea two years.
Besides his parents, Sergt.
Howell is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Willa D. Howell, of Barstow.
Robert H. Reineck,
Retired Engineer
Robert Haven Reineck, 74, re
tired Geological Survey topo
graphic engineer, died Wednes
day in his home, 2006 Columbia
road N.W.
He re til ed about 1947 after 41
years of Government service.
[ Mr. Reineck was born in New 1
Brunswick, N. J.. and was a i
1903 graduate of Rutgers. Dur- i
ing World War I. he was a first l
lieutenant in the 29th Engi- :
neers in Fiance. He was a mem
ber of Gunton Temple Presby- ’
terian Church. 1
Survivors are his son, Robert, ’
jr., 10412 Haywood drive. Silver '
Spring, Md.; a sister. Mrs. Lillian '
Hevenor, Western Springs. HI.. I
and four grandchildren.
Services will be held at noon
Monday in the Hines funeral
home, 2901 Fourteenth street,
N.W. Burial will be in Arlington
Cemetery. ,
Royal Cutter, 81,
Stage Manager
NEW YORK, Sept. 16 (.P).—
Royal Cutter, veteran Broadway
stage manager, died yesterday ait
the age of 81.
Early in his theatrical career
Mr. Cutter had been associated
with George Lederer, Richard
Carle, the Aborn Opera Co., and
Arthur Hammerstein.
For the last 40 years he hais
been stage manager for Russell
Janney productions. Until his
illness several weeks ago, he had
been busy casting "Frontier
Americana.” a new Janney oper
etta production.
Mr. Cutter had managed sudh
productions for Janney as "The
Vagabond King” in New Yortc
and London. “Marjolaine,” with
Peggy Wood and Lenox PawVe,
and “Sancho Panza.” with Otis
Skinner. Mr. Cutter was a
The Practice
of sending Flowers to funerals is as old as the
ages. Flowers testify to your spiritual presence
at the site of the bereaved during trying hours.
Their gentle presence relieves doubt and fear.
They provide blessed comfort that will be long
Liston to your heart
and send Flowere
Ralph L. Sabin, 76,
Retired Realty Man
Ralph L. Sabin. 76, a resident
of Washington for 40 years, died
yesterday at his home, 3200 Gar
field street N.W„ after a long
Mr. Sabin was bom in Ne
braska and was a 1902 graduate
of the University of Nebraska.
Shortly after graduation he
entered the real estate and In
vestment business in Washing
ton. He had retired nine years
He is survived by his widow,
Anna S.; a son. Dr. Hilbert S.
Sabin of 4903 Rockwood park
way; three sisters, Mrs. Fred
erick Buckley, Miss Hazel Sabin
and Mrs. Earl Marvin, all of Be
atrice, N. Dak.
Service will be held at 11:30
a.m. at Gawler’s funeral home,
tomorrow. Burial, which will be
private, will be in Rock Creek
The family has asked that
: contributions be made to Chll
• dren’s Hospital In lieu of flowers.
! Mrs. Amelia Nicholson,
Wife of UAL Official
’ DENVER. Sept. 16 (JP).— Mrs.
' Amelia Nicholson, 62, wife of
’ the Assistant to the president of
; United Air Lines official, <jled
■ Wednesday at a Denver hospital
t five days after undergoing ma-
J jor surgery.
Her husband Is Edward D.
[ Nicholson, son of 'Samuel D.
Nicholson, who served in the
’ United States Senate from Col
orado from 1921 until his death
in 1923.
Mrs. Nicholson was a native
! of Lebanon, Tenn., the daughter
’ of the late Mr. and Mrs. Zac
j Taliaferro. She was married to
Mr. Nicholson in 1924.
Leopold Amery, 81,
British Statesman
LONDON. Sept. 16 VP).—Leo
pold Stennet Amery. 81, Con
, servative Party elder statesman
and formes- Colonial Secretary,
died today.
He was Colonial Secretary from
1924 to 1929. Previously he
served as Assistant Secretary to
the war cabinet in 1917 and as
First Lord of the Admirslty from
1922 to 1924. During World
Wsr n he was Secretary of State
for India and Burma from 1940
to 1945.
During the last war Mr. Amery
suffered a great personal tragedy.
His son. John, was taken in
custody after broadcasting for
(Germany against Britain and
Russia from a station in Nazi
occupied Europe. John pleaded
guilty to high treason and was
executed in London in Decem
ber, 1946.
Another son. Capt Julian
Amery, organized the first mili
tary mission to the Yugoslav
resistance movement, landing
from a submarine. He later
parachuted into Albania to work
with guerrillas against the Nazis.
Julian Amery has been a Con
servative member of Parliament
since 1950.
Capt. Bill Lawford,
First Airline Pilot
BEXHTTJj, England, Sept. 16
VP).—Capt. Bill Lawford. 70.
who claimed to have been the
first civil airline pilot, died yes
In 1919 Lawford piloted a
small De Havllland plane at the
inauguration of London-Paris
service. He took off at Houns
low and landed at Le Bourget,
‘outside Paris, 2 1 /4 hours later,
averaging 100 miles an hour.
Dr. Charles Solomon,
Authority on Drugs
NEW YORK. Sept. 16 VP).—
Dr. Charles Solomon, recognized
as an authority on drugs and
internal medicine, died yesterday
of a heart attack at his Brook
ljm home. He was 59.
Dr. Solomon supervised the
writing of two books which have
become standard in hospital
work and in medical libraries, ;
“Hospital Dietary Manual” and ;
“Hospital Formulary.” The lat
ter a compilation of- approved
(drugs. v 1
» j
International Paper
To Expand Big Mill
NEW YORK. Sept. 16 VP).— j
Directors of International Paper
Co. authorized yesterday the ’
spending of an additional $lB >
million for expansion of a new
mill still under construction at
Mobile. Ala.
John H. Hinman, chairman,
said that when the expansion'
program is completed, the Mo- :
bile plant will cost about S3B
million and will be the world’s,
largest paper manufacturing!
The company expects- about!
825 persons to be employed at
the mill in the summer of 1956
WL Established -18 SC
pll limiOQ UPSHUR ST. MW.
1.. i Trait Cemetery
SEPT. 23 TO 25
Naval Academy expects more
than 2,500 of its graduates
to return here September 23-
25 for an annual homecom
ing week end highlighted by
the football game with
William and Mary.
The Alumni Association
said at least three classes
will hold reunions during the
week end. The class of 1905.
which Includes Fleet Admiral
Chester W. Nimltz, will ob
serve its golden anniversary.
The classes of 1915 and 1930
also plan special gatherings.
The submarine Grampus
and destroyer Compton will
be in port and will hold open
house for the occasion. A
dress parade and numerous
social activities also are
lowa Farmers Ask
Ousting of Benson
CORNING, lowa, Sept. 16 VP).
—A group of 500 southwest lowa
farmers joined here last might in
a protest meeting which »
spokesman said was designed to
get farmers a fair share of the
national income and to get rid
of Secretary of Agriculture Ezra
Taft Benson.
Mr. Benson was the principal
target of the meeting, the second
in the area this week sponsored
by Jay Lohgry of Corning, re
tired farmer and feed salesman.
Mr. Lohgry told the farmers
efforts will be made to hold sim
ilar meetings In each of lowa's
99 counties to form a Statewide
protest group. Its goal will be to
send a delegation to Washington
to seek Federal help in raising
farm prices.
Fanners from Adams, Taylor.
Union, Montgomery and Cass
counties attended last night’s
Mr. Lohgry was applauded
when he suggested that "Every
one here write a letter to Benson
and ask him to resign.”
Prof. Counts Named
; Liberal Party Head
i NEW YORK. Sept. 16 UP). —
George S. Counts, professor
emeritus of education at Colum
bia University, has been chosen
to head the Liberal Party.
The party’s State Committee
last night selected the 65-year
old Dr. Counts to succeed Adolph
A. Berle, jr., who resigned last
Dr. Counts, who has been a
vice chairman of the party, is
a native of Kansas, married, and
: has two daughters. He ran un
successfully for the United States
Senate on the Liberal ticket In
i 1952.
He was an education adviser
to Gen. Douglas MacArthur In
: Japan In 1946. From 1948 to 1950
he was a member of the Ful
: bright Committee on the inter
national exchange of scholars.
Dr. Counts also is a former na
; tlonal president of the AFL
American Federation of Teach
The committee also elected
two new vice chairmen—John C.
Bennett, dean of Union Theo
logical Seminary, and Paul R.
Hays, Columbia University law
Camp Springs Man
Dies of Auto Injury
Jesse Robert Brown, 24. of
5333 Middleton lane, Camp
Springs, Md., died today In Cas
ualty Hospital from injuries suf
fered in an automobile accident
on September 1, Prince Georges
County Police reported.
Police said Mr. Brown was
fatally injured when his car hit
a tree after running off the
road on Route 5 at St. Barnabas :
(From tht D. C. Health Department)
Irene Barnes. 8«. *»in Hagan rd. a e
Alma Parham, 80, 2030 New Hampshire
are. n.w (
William Coilia, 77. 717 Oglethorpe at
Edna igou. 75, 1707 Columbia rd. n.w.
Remo MoacatelU. 75. 411 B at. n.e.
Anopolia Biting. 76. Baat Riverdale. Md.
Bernard McKeever. 73. 3824 Porter *t.
n w.
Norman Bobbitt, 72. 728 Tewkesbury pi.
Qarrett Clute, 89, 452 Delafleld pi. n.w.
Antonio Pezaano. (17. 18 Sheridan at. n.e.
May Hayes, 87. 1701 Massachusetts ave.
Nora Sigaloosc. 85. Knoxville. Md.
Harvey Cobb. 64. Potomac. Md.
Michael Pirrone. 80 Arlington Va
Jill Murphy, infant. Silver Bprlng, Md.
Alice Smith. 47. 1718 Seaton pi. n.w.
Lunas Michel. 46. Haiti.
‘Goldie Wade. 44. 1227 Linden st. n.e.
; Benzenei Crowner. 28, 412 3rd at. n w.
One of the toraMt
—.— em .. .I—i ■ .
% %. ■ '" • itm. .Os la .eMtei" st 1400 Oiipin St. J
N.W., liko «H of our
homes, offtn Mm IMkaJp
• Cam.lUa aw «p*Md and cIMCd $62
fit Cate o / Death Call CO,
Williams Set
To Fight Tax Cut
By the Aaaoelatad Praaa
Senator Williams, Republican
of Delaware, said today there la
an increasing threat of inflation
which may reach "dangerous”
proportions soon unless checked.
Senator Williams, a member
of the Senate Finance Commit
tee, said that because of this
threat he will oppose tax reduc
tions in the next session of Con
gress unless projected revenues
indicate there will be a budget
“I am opposed to cutting taxes
out of borrowed money,” he said.
"It looks like we might reach a
balanced budget next year, but
unless we can be assured that
revenues are going to continue
to go up, we would unbalace it
again by reducing taxes.
“That would add up to the in
flationary trend which already
has become dangerous.”
But Senator Williams said he
wasn’t closing his eyes to the
fact that 1956 is a presidential
election year. He said he and
[ others of like views probably will
i find themselves In a minority tt
t they oppose tax cuts.
; Accord Ends Strike
At Standard Brands
1 Standard Brands, Inc., and
I the CIO Brewery Workers set-
I tied differences yesterday, end
. ing a three-day strike at the
. company’s vinegar and yeast
; manufacturing plant here.
The plant is at Twenty-sixth
i street and Bladensburg road
i N.E. It was struck Monday
) afternoon.
i A union spokesman said the
r company had refused to arbi
trate an “accumulation” of
, grievances.” Settlement was
; negotiated after workers at a
; company plant in Peekskill,
N. Y.. called a sympathy strike.
I A company official here said
. the issues were settled to the
i mutual satisfaction of both par
Noted Spy 'Odette'
Sued for Divorce
LONDON. Sept. 16 VP).—The
storybook romance of the World
War n spy, “Odette,” and the
British officer she saved from the
Nazis is on the rocks.
Capt. Peter Churchill has filed
suit for divorce from the former
Mrs. Odette Sansom, naming a
co-respondent identified only as
Hallowes. Listing of the suit
indicated Mrs. Churchill would
not contest it.
Mr. Churchill and the French
bom Mrs. Sansom met while
both were serving as Briitsh
spies in occupied France and
she helped him escape from the
Gestapo. Later she was cap
tured, tortured and imprisoned.
After her release in 1945 she
was awarded the George Cross,
Britain’s highest civilian decora
tion. and the French Legion of
Honor. A movie also was based
on her wartime experiences.
Syracuse Alumni Plan
Family Picnic Sunday
The Syracuse Alumni Club of
Washington will hold a family
picnic, rain or shine, at the
Lynbrook Recreation area in
Bethesda. Md., at 3 pm. Sunday.
J. Morgan Smith, president,
said the club would be host to
Syracuse University students
from the Metropolitan Area.
Civitan Clubs Back
'Fitness for Youth'
Four Civitan clubs in nearby
Virginia are expected to act next
week on resolutions supporting
President Eisenhower’s Physical
Fitness for Youth Conference to
be held in Denver, Colo., Sep
tember 27 and 28.
The Mount Vernon Club will
meet on Monday, the Arlandria
Club Tuesday, the Alexandria
Club Wednesday and the Falls
Church Club on Thursday.
Special Delivery
—lt finally gci here. A letter
from the South African Gold
Coast to a trailer company here
was addressed originally to Al
buquerque, England. The Inter
national Postal Union in London
pencilled a notation. “Try New
Mexico. U. S. A.’’—and sure
enough lt arrived.

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