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UnortlutgH
DERZAVITZ. LILLIAN. There will be
an unvetlinx In lovlnc memory of
LILLIAN DERZAVITZ on Sunday.
May 14. 1961. at 1:30 p.m.. at
Adas Israel Congregation Cemetery.
Friends and relatives are invited.
7.14
MILLER. DAVID. A monument in
memory of the late DAVID MILLER
will be unveiled on Sunday. May
28. 1961. at 12:30 D.m.. at the
George Washington Cemetery. Ti
fereth Israel Section. 9500 Riggs rd.
ESTHER MILLER. 14.24
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BREVARD. S/SERGT. JULIUS R.
Th. family es the Ist. B'SEROT
JULIUS R. BREVARD wishes
to express our sincere appre
ciation te the clersr. our many
friends end relatives for their eras
ers. cards, flowers and other tokens
of sympathy extended durins our
recent bereavement.
THE BREVARD FAMILY.
DETTEB. THOMAS. We wish to ex
tend our sincere thanks and appre
ciation to our many friends who
were so kind and sympathetic dur
ing our recent bereavement.
THE FAMILY OF THOMAS DETTER.
Mclntyre, henry stewabt. The
family of the late MR. HENRY
STEWART MCINTYRE wishes to ex
press our heartfelt appreciation to
all friends, neighbors, co-worker, and
ex-co-workers for their rnsny acts
of kindness and expressions es sym
pathy durins our recent bereave
ment.
MRS CORA B. McINTRYB AND
FAMILY. I
MOSS. JAMES R. We wish to express
sincere appreciation to the pastor,
the Rev. E L. Harrison, officers,
members, the Walker Memorial Bible
Class. Phoebe Circle and clubs of
the Shiloh Baptist Church, the
Golden Rule Christian Endeavor
Union. James A. Brown Alumni Fel
lowship, C. E. Union, the Baptist
Sunday School Union, the Rev. Jerry
A. Moore, nastor; officers and mem
bers of the Nineteenth Street Bap
tist Church, the Rev. Lawrence A.
Davies, other ministers, neighbors
and many friends for kind expres
sions of sympathy, flowers, cards
and telegrams during our recent be
reavement. THE FAMILY.
BOLLARS. RAY. The family of the
late RAY BOLLARS wish to thank ,
their many friends and neighbors
who were so kind to us during our
recent bereavement. The many cards
of sympathy and contributions were
greatly appreciated.
MR HARRY BOLLARB. MRS. IRENE
COLEMAN AND MR. MEYER
MILLER.
THOMAS. EDWARD E. The family oi
the lata EDWARD E. THOMAS
acknowledges with grateful appre
ciation to the many friends, rela
tives and neighbors for their visits,
cards, phone calls telegrams, flow
ers and cars and other kind ex
pressions rendered during the re
cent sudden death of our loved
one. We also wish to express our
gratitude to the Rev. James H. Mayo,
the Rev Franklin E. Jackson and
8. Douglas Greer for their services.
THE THOMAS FAMILY. (
Drains I
BASS. REV. SAMUEL A. On Turn- I
day May 8. 19«1. REV SAMUEL
A. BASS of 48 Que st. n.w., pastor I
of the Ebenexer Baptist Cnurch.
He is survived by manv friends.
The Rev. Bass will He In slate after
4 pm. Monday. May 15. at the
Ebenexer Baptist Church. 44 Que
st. n.w.. where services will bo held
on Tuesday. May IS. at 1 pm , I
the Rev. D 8. Craig officiating.
Interment Carver Memorial Park.
Services by Frailer. 15
BASS. REV. 8. A. Members of the <
H Interdenominational Church
La* Ushers Association of D. C.
L-j f=J Inc., are hereby notified
of the death of our beloved
II j honorary member. REV. S
eTIjnfXrTA A. BASS Funeral services
on Tuesday. May IS IMI,
at 1 p m . at the Ebeneser Baptist .
Church. 44 Que st n.w. 1
ALMA C. HAWKINS. President.
IRENE E. STANCIL, Cor. Secy.
BAEXLRO. TERESA V. (nee Oetmann). !
On Saturday. May 1.3, 1961, TERESA
V. BAZZURO tnee Ostmannt, be
loved wife of the late Michael P
Baizuro: mother of Mrs. Mary Reed,
and sister of Mr* Madeline B Kraft
Funeral from the Geier Funeral
Home. 3605 14th at. n.w., on Tues- •
day. May 16. at 9:30 am. Requiem
mass at St Gabriel’s Church at 10
a.m Relatives and friends Invited. <
Interment St. Mary’s Cemetery. 15
BECVAB. AGNES. Os 1730 Lanier pl.
n.w.. on Mu 4, 1961. sister of Anna
Singer and Rose Tomson. Services
at Chambers’ Funeral Home. 517
11th st *•• on Monday. Mav 15, at
1 p.m. Interment Washington Na
tional Cemetery. 14
BROWN. GERTRUDS T. On Tues- .
day. May B, 1961. GERTRUDS T.
BROWN of 1774 You st. n.w., sister
of William Brown, beloved aunt of
Julia Turner Mason and foster
mother of Barbara Thompson. She
also is survived by other relatives
and a host of friends. After 12
noon Sunday. May 14. friends are
invited to call at the Jarvis Cl apel,
t 432 You st n.w. Holy mass wifi
e offered at the Holy Redeemer
Catholic Church on Monday. May
15. at 9 am. Interment Lincoln
Memorial Cemetery. Recitation of
the rosary on Sunday, May 14. at
7 p.m. 14
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS
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$250
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GEIER FUNERAL HOME
SINCE 1851
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FORMERLY AT 1113 7th ST. N W.
3608 14th St. N.W. TU. 2-2326
Crematorium
J. William Lee’s Sons Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
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CEMETERY LOTS
CEMETERY LOTS—National Memorial
Park, 4 iltea: value, 81,100; aac.
salt. JE. 3-7608. 14
fOBT LINCOLN—6 aitaa. lot 30. block
11: leaving area; reasonable WA.
7-0291. 14
FOUR BITES In National Memorial
Park, sacrifice for quick sale. Phone
JA. 2-4708. •
GEORGE WASHINGTSN CEffIETERY
Family lot. 6 choice gravealtea, choice
location. Call JU. ft-44(ig.
PARKLAWN CEMETERY—I lot, 3
sites: Fountain of Memories Gar
den; $650. or make offer. Call JE.
3-8624. 14
Washington national - cemetebt,
Suitland rd a.e.—2 sites, price rea
_aonable._ JO. 1-1505. after_6. 14
CEDAR HILL CEMETERY—S choice
graveaites, lot 235, section 27. Cedar
_6-8287. _____ 11.16
NATIONAL MEMORIAL PARK—Two
4-site lota, $250 each. Call JU.
NATL. MEM. PARK, Falls Ch., Va
4-alte lot. $350; 3-site lot. 8300:
3-crypt. maus., $000: $5OO dn. a
give-away; also lots In Cedar HUI
__at aac. JA. 2-6048.
CEDAR HlLL—Family lot. 6 choice
gravesite,; beat location; owner mov
ing away: value. $800: sell at dla
_eoUht;_JU. 5-MOB,
FORT LINCOLN—3 loti. In excellent
location, for sale. CK, 6-8267.
i'CRYPTS, Plus bronze marker; Fort
Lincoln; beautiful Garden of
Apostles: now selling $1,600, will
,ell_forless HE. 4-2486.
FORT LINCOLN CEMETERY—I to 5
burial sites nn nice, level ground In
block No 20. $135 each Immedi
ate Possession. LU. 2-7540.
CEDAR HILL CEMETERY—2 sites,
high elevation: value, >300; sacri
fice. HA. 2-7171.
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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
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THE SUNDAY STAR I
Washington, D. C.
May 14, 1961 __ I
; Draths
BROWN, GERTRUDE T. Membera of I
the Holy Redeemer Senior 1
Sodality are requested to I
assemble at the Jarvis Fu- i
neral Hom? 1432 You st. j
n.w.. on Sunday. May 14,
1961. at 7 p.m.. to recite |
the rosary for the repose!
of her soul.
MRB. MARGARET GORDON. <
Prefect.
REV. GEORGE J. HANKS.
Spiritual Director. .
BURKE. PEARL LEE. On Thursday !
May 11. 1961, at her residence. 341 j
Oranae rd., Montclair. N. J., for
merly of Chantilly, Va., devoted wife
of Jessie Burka; mother of Theodor?
Burke; daughter of the late William
and Emma Lee of Chantilly. Va.
She also is survived by five devoted
sisters, Elsie Overton and Corine Van ]
Horne of Montclair, N. J; Mabel.
Newman of Chantilly. Va.: Josephine,
Neil and Nancy Black of Washington.
D. C.; two brothers. Raymond and
Charles Lee of Montclair. N. J., and
many other relatives and friends i
Friends are invited to call at the
family home. Chantilly. Va.. Tues- j
day. May 16. from 9 a.m. to r p.m
Funeral at 1:3O p.m. at the Chan
tilly Baptist Church. Interment 1 ’
church cemetery Local arrange
ments by Henry W. Joyne* Funeral
Home. Jl6 Mass. ave. n.w. 15
CAN AD Av ELIZABETH R. Suddenly,
on Friday, May 12. 1961. ELIZA
BETH R. CANADA of 8018 Park f
lane. Bethesda. Md.. beloved wife
of Griffin V. Canada, sr.; mother
of Elizabeth V. Pampillonia and
Griffin V./jr.: sister of Mrs. Mar-'
garet D. Wallace. There also are |
two grandchildren Friends are in-j
vited to call at the Bethesda-Chevy
Chase Funeral Homa of Robert A.
Pumphrey. Bethesda. Md. Services
on Monday. May 15, at Our Lady
of Lourdes Catholic Church. East-
West hwy. and Pearl st.. Bethesda.
Md.. where requiem mass will be
offered at 10 a m Interment Gate
of Heaven Cemetery.
CAYELU. FERDINAND F. Suddenly,
on Thursday. May 11. 1961, at
Bethesda. Md . FERDINAND P.
CAYELLI of 929 Gist ave.. Silver >
Spring, Md. <formerly of Mason-; .
town. Pai. husband of Nell R. 1 I
Cayelli. father of Daniel Martin and I
James Michael Cayelli. son of Dan
Cayelli of Masontown. Pa., and I
brother of Charles Cayelli. Mr.
Cayelli rests at the Warner E. Pum- ■ <
phrey Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia I
ave. Silver Spring Md. (parking I
facilities!. Mass will be offered
for the repose of his soul on Monday.
May 15. at 9:30 am., at St Michals
Catholic Church. 805 Wayne ave.. E
Sliver Spring. Md. Interment Gate
of Heaven Cemetery. 14
CHESTNUT. LBN. On Friday. May
12. 1961. LEN CHESTNUT, devoted
husband of Effie Chestnut, father
of Miss Emily Chestnut. Mrs. Flossie
Marshall. Mrs. Daisy Watkins, Jo
seph. William. Luther, Lennie and
Cornelius Chestnut. Also surviv
ing are twenty grandchildren, other
relatives and friends. Notice of
funeral later. Arrangements by
Rollins. 15
CHINN. BENNETT ARTHUR. Hr. On
Thursday. May 11. 1961. at Provi-1
dence Hospital. BENNETT A. CHINN h
of 1252 Delafield place nt.. de
voted husband of Mrs. Mary E.
Chinn and beloved father of Mrs.
Emily Dauthitt, Bennett A . Jr.,
and Michael Chinn. He also leaves
to mourn his passing his mother,
Mrs. Crystal Chapman; two grand
children. Bennett Arthur 111 and
Beverly Ann Chinn, and other rela
tives and many friends. The re
mains are resting at the John T.
Rhine* & Co. Funeral Home, 3015
12th st. n.e. (ample parking facili
ties). where friends may call after J
4 p.m. Monday. May 15. and where
funeral services will be held on
Tuesday, May 16. at 12 noon. In
terment Lincoln Memorial Ceme
tery. it
CLAYTON. EMMA E. On Wednesday.
May l(i. 1961, EMMA E CLAYTON
of 40' M st. n.w . the wife of the
late Andrew T. Clayton She leaves J
a devoted brother. John F Lancas
ter. sr.; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Ivy
Tancaster: a niece. Mrs. Clementine
Henson: four nephews. John F., Jr.;
William H Joseph A. and Bernard
W. Lancaster; IP great-nieces and
nephews. 16 gr?at-great-nieces and
nephew* and other relatives and
friends. Friends may call after 3
p.m. Monday. Mav 15. at the resi
dence of her brother. John F. Lan
caster. 2ft 9th st n.e . where the M
rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m.
Requiem high mass will be sung at
10 a.m. Tuesday. May 16. at the
Holv Redeemer Church. New York
and New Jersey aves n.w Inter-*
ment Arlington National Cemetery
14
CLAYTON, EMMA. Officers and
■ members of Bt. Augustine s
Auxiliary. No. 73. and Dls
trict Auxiliary, No. 2.
SMBS/v Knights of 8t John, are
KAW requested to assemble at
the Pope Funeral Home.
414 15th at. is.. on Mon
day. May 15. 1961. at f:3o p.m.,
for recitation of the rosary. X
BADIE F GREEN. Dist. Pres.
LOUISE MIDDLETON. Aux.. Pres.
CHARLOTTE THOMPSON. Secy. 4
CLAYTON. EMMA. Members of the ’
Holy Redeemer Senior Bo
dality are requested to as-:
Ifevrxfl semble at the late reai-f
!| JK|| dence of our departed i
member. 2025 9th at. n.e.', I
°n Monday. May 15. 1961.
at 7 pm . to recite the
rosary for the repose of her soul.
MRS. MARGARET GORDON.
Prefect. L
REV. GEORGE J. HANKS.
Spiritual Director.
COVELL, ETHEL STEINWEDEL. On
Thursday. May 11, 1961, at her
residence. 3342 Erie st. s.e.. ETHEL
BTEINWEDEL COVELL, beloved wife
of Howard V. Covel), mother of
Betty V. Covell, daughter of Mrs. I
Lottie V. Steinwedel and sister es
William. Frederick. Louis A. and
Alvin L Steinwedel and Mrs. Alva,
B. Nikhazy. Service* at the 8. H.
Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th .
st. nw„ on Monday. May 15, at k
2 p.m. (parking facilities). Inter
ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 14
CBAIG. MABGARCT 8. On Frldtr.
May 12. 1»61. MARGARET E. j
CRAIG, beloved wile of the late
Edward O. Craig and mother of <
Mr,. Margaret A. Roger,. Friend,
are Invited to call at the Betheada-
Chevy Chate Funeral Home of Rob
ert A. Pumphrey. Betheada. Md..
where aervlcea will be held on Tue,-
day. May 16. at 11 a.m. Interment
Rock Creek Cemetery. 15
CROCKETT. JOSEPH J. On Wednea
day. May 10. 1961. »t Suburban ,
Hospital. JOSEPH J. CROCKETT. 1
beloved husband of Bernice A.
Crockett, father of Joaeph. David.
Claude and Carolyn Crockett, aim
surviving are one granddaughter.
Roxanne; two brother,. Leroy and
Samuel: two sister,-In-law. KUouiie
Crockett and Marilyn Reed; one
aunt. Belinda Gilliam: one uncle,
Walter Palmer; niecea, nephews and
many other relative, and friend,.
After 7:30 p.m. Sunday, May 14.
the body will lie In alate at the
First Baptist Church. Kensington. |
Md.. where funeral service, will be
held on Monday. May 18. at 1 ,
p.m.. the Rev. Emery Timber, of- *•
rlclatlng. Interment Sandy Spring.
Md. Arrangement, by Snowden. 14
DE LA ROSA. ARTURO. Suddenly,
on Thursday. May 11. )Ml. AR
TURO DE LA ROSA of 3715 Law
rence ave.. Kensington. Md., hus
band of Edna M de la Rosa, father
of Edna Vera de la Rosa. Howard
W. and Everett E. Bonifant; brother
of Miss Gloria de la Rosa and En
rique de la Rosa. Mr. de la Rosa
rests at the Warner E Pumphrey -
Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia ave., 1
Stiver Spring, Md.. where service
will be held on Monday, May 15,
at 12:30 p.m (parking facilities).
Interment Arlington National Ceme
tery. 14
DOVE. MARTHA ELLIS. On Saturday.
May 13. 1961. at her home. German
town. Md.. MARTHA ELLIS DOVE,
wife of the late Abel T. Dove, mother
of Mr, Lillard Gentry. Mrs. Burton
Plaakett. Marvin, Woodrow, Charles
H.. Clyde W. and Leonard C. Dove,
■lsler of Mrs. Clealand D. Smith,
also survived by 22 grandchildren.
17 great-grandchildren. Friend, may ,
call at the Francis H. Barber Funeral 1
Home. Laytonsville, Md. Mr,. Dove
will He in state at St. Luke’s
Lutheran Church, Rodland, from 1
until 2 p.m. on Tuesday, May 16,
1961. the time of service. Interment
St. Luke’, Cemetery.
FAGUE, FERGUSON. On Tuesday.
May 9. 1961. at St. Petersburg,
Fla.. FERGUSON FAGUE of 6204
> Georgia ave n.w., beloved husband
of Eloise Halsllp Fague. father of
Thoma, 11. Fague of Washington.
D C.: Mrs, Virginia F. Brady of ,
Hyattsville. Md.. and Mrs. Anne 1
P. Bristow of Hampton, Va. He
also Is survived by four grandsons.
Friends may call at the 8. H. Hines
Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st.
n.w., after 7 p.m. Friday. May 12
. (parking facilities:. Services at the
above funeral home on Monday. May
15. at 1 p.m. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. 14
PENNINGTON. ROLAND M. Suddenly
on Saturday. May 13, 1961, at
Montgomery General Hospital. Olney,
Md.. ROLAND M. PENNINGTON, be
loved husband of Ida May Fenlnng
‘ ton of Brookeville. Md. Notice of
1 services later. Arrangements by
Francis H. Barber Funeral Home,
e Laytonsville. Md.
- POLSON. JAMES H. On Saturday.
May 13, 1961. JAMES H . POLSON
of No. 3 Knox circle a.e. Notice
t of funeral later. Arrangements by
Jarvis.
t FORTUNE. GEORGE MALCOLM. On
r Tuesday. May 9. 1961. at Provi
-1 dence Hospital. GEORGE MALCOLM
FORTUNE of 1237 Lawrence at.
. n.e . beloved husband of Mrs. Doro
’ thy Fortune and stepfather of Rob
" ert King. He also leaves to mourn
* their loss two sisters. Mrs. Louts,
A. Griffin and Mrs. Ruby Yount;
:. two brother,. Rex and Dwight For-
- tune, and other relatives and many
friends. Remains resting at the
- John T. Rhine, & Co. Funeral Home,
3015 12th st. n.e (ample parkins
facilities:, where friends may call
- after 2 p m Sunday. May 14. Fu
neral services on Monday, May 15.
at 12 noon, at the Trinity A M. E.
- Zion Church. 625 Park rd. n.w.,
the Rev. John H Satterwhite of
ficiating. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery.
FREEMAN. FRANK J. On Friday,
May 12. 1961. FRANK J FREE
MAN. beloved husband of the late
j Mary Marcaret Freeman and brother
of Mra. Gertrude F. Moore of Wash
ington. D. C.. and Ralph A. Free
man of St. Petersburg. Fla. Funeral
from the Timothy Hanlon Funeral
Home. 3831 Georgia ave. n.w.. on
Monday. May 15. at 9:30 am. Re
| quiem mass at St. Francis de Sales i
Church. 20th st. and Rhode Island
ave. n.e. at 10 a.m. Interment 1
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 14
GARNER. MAGGIE. On Wednesday.
May 10. 1961, MAGGIE GARNER
of 720 Hobart place n.w.. beloved
j friend of Miss Daisy Ward and
I Mr*. Catherine Wright. Friends may
; call at the Malvan & Schey. Inc.,,
Funeral Home. New Jersey ave.
and R st n.w., today, after 12
noon, where funeral services will
be held on Monday. May 15. at 2
p.m Interment Harmony Memorial
Park.
HARRIS. JAMES E. On Thursday,
May 11. 1961. JAMES E. HARRIS,
i beloved husband of Christine L..
Harris and father of Mrs. Helen
Galloway and Mr*. Louise Young.
H? also is survived by five grand
i children. Friends may call at the
Bethesda-Chevy Chase Funeral Home
of Robert A. Pumphrey. Bethesda.
Md. Services on Monday. May
i. 1.5. at All-Saints’ Episcopal Church.
No. .3 Chevy Chase circle, at 9:30
a.m. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers do- ,
nation* may be made to the Heart
Fund. (Cambridge and Baltimore.
Md , paper* please copy.) 14
HECKMAN. HARVEY M. On Friday.
May 12. 1961. HARVEY M HECR
MAN of 431 Oneida place n.w.,
beloved husband of Sarkh A. Heck
man. father of Mrs. Emma E. Grist.
Mrs. Hazel H. Morris and Harvey
M. Heckman, jr. He also is sur
vived by two brothers in Pennsyl
vania, eight grandchildren and one
great-grandchild. Friends may call
at the 8. H. Hines CO; Funeral
Home 2901 14th st. n.w.. between
1 and 3 p.m. and 7 and 9 p m. on
Monday and Tuesday. May 15 and
16 (parking facilities). Services at
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. 4900
Connecticut ave. n.w., on Wednes
day. May 17, at 10 a.m. Interment .
Glenwood Cemetery. 16 ’
HECKMAN. HARVEY M. On Friday,
May 12. 1961. A special meet
ly ing of Friendship Lodge. No. 12.
m I. O. O. F.. is called for 7;30
p.m Monday, May 15. to ar
rH range service* for our departed
jtef brother. HARVEY M HECKMAN.
All members are urged to at
■ tend
ARTHUR L. NICHOLS.
Noble Grand. ’
PERRY H. KENT. Secretary. 14
HILL. HENDERSON R. On Tuesday.
May 9. 1961, HENDERSON R HILL ,
of 69 Que at. s.w„ husband of 1
Flossie D. Hill, father of Thelma
Lee Jackson. Bernice Gladden. Julia
Miller. Grace McQuaig of New York.
Margaret and Roscoe Hill. He also i
is survived by twelve grandchildren, ‘
other relatives and a host of friends.
After 5 p.m. Monday. May 15. friends
are invited to call at the Jarvis
Chapel. 1432 You st. n.w Funeral
services will be held at the Mount
Carmel Baptist Church. 3d and
Eye sts. n.w., on Tuesday. May 16,
at 1 p.m. Interment Carver Me
morial Cemetery. 15
HOLLISTER, JANE VIOLA. On Fri
day. May 12. 1961. at the Fairfax
Hospital. JANE VIOLA HOLLISTER
of RFD 1. Burke. Va.. wife of the
late Franklin W. Hollister and
mother of Thomas E. Robinson and
Mrs. Mary E. Reddin. Friends may .
call at the Everly Funeral Home,
214 West Main st. Fairfax. Va.
(additional parking in reari, where
services will be held on Monday,
« a T A®... 11 130 P m - Interment
Wakefield Chapel Church Cemetery.
JACOBA. OSCAR E. At 2309 Penn
•ylvania ave. n.w.. on Mav 12. 1961,
husband of Mertie E. Jacobs, brother
of James. Sumpter. Willie and Harry
Jacob* Service* at Chambers’
Georgetown Funeral Home. 3072 M
at. n.w., on Monday. May 15. at
2 p.m. Interment Washington Na
tional Cemetery.
JARVIS. WALTER J. Os 6011 27th
ave., Hillcrest Height*, Md.. on May
11. 1961, husband of Margaret E. .
Jarvis, father of Ellen and Andrew 1
Jarvis and son of Nellie Jarvis.
Prayers at Chambers' Funeral Home.
on Tuesday. May
16. at 915 am. Mass at th? Holy
Family Church. Hillcrest Heights,
Md., at 10 a.m. Interment Arling
ton National Cemetery. 15
KROLAK. ANTHONY. On Friday, May
12, 1961, at his residence, 7511
drlve - Forestville, Md.. AN
THONY KROLAK, beloved husband
of Florence Krolak. father of Law
rence. Paul and Ann Marie Krolak. ,
brother of Stanley. John and Joseph 1
Krolak. Helen Nasitka. Frances War
rick and Teresa Gerrish. Friends
may call at the Robert A Mattingly
Funeral Home. 131 J1 th *t. >e .
after 2 p.m. Sunday, May 14. until
Tuesday. May 16. at 8:30 a m Re
quiem mass at Mt. Calvary Church.
Forestville. Md.. at 9 a m Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Ar
lington National Cemetery. 15
KROLAK. ANTHONY. Members of
#Bt Plus X Council. No.
4(176. Knights of Colum
bus, are hereby notified of
the death of our late
brother ANTHONY KRO
LAK. and are requested to
meeet at the Mattingly ,
Funeral Home. 131 11th st a.e. 1 1
on Sunday. May 14. 1961, at R
pm for the recitation of the
rosary.
w BERT J. PARIBE. G. K.
VERNON W. GLOVER. F. 8. 15
LATHAM, CARME.N E. On Saturday,
CARMEN E. LA TH A.M
of 670 p ftth st. n.w. beloved wife
of the late Julian 8 Latham, sr .
and mother of Mrs. Gracia M Ken
nedy and Julian 8 Latham, jr.
Funeral from the Collins Funeral
Home. 3821 14th st. n w.. on Tues
day. May 16. at 8:30 a.m. Re-1
quiem mass at St Gabriel's Church
at 9 a m Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery In lieu of flow- 1
ers kindly make donations to Si
Mary's Church. Marlboro. Md. 15
LEAR. OLLA. On Friday. Mav 12. I
1961, at the residence of her daugh
ter. 616 Douglas ave . Rockville. Md .
OLLA LEAR, beloved mother of Mrs. !
Evelyn Daphney. Calvin, Ruby and
Clifton Lear. Surviving also are
three grandchildren, two sisters,
eight brothers and a host of other 1
relatives and friends. After 5 pm
Monday, May 15, friends mav call
at the Snowden Funeral Home North
Washinaton st , Rockville, Md. Fu
neral Tuesday. May 16. at 2 p.m.
at the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church,
Lincoln Park. Rockville, Md , with
the Rev. Henry Dav|* officiating. <
Interment Lincoln Park Cemetery. 15 I
LEARY, HELEN P. On Thursday. May
11. 1961, at Arlington Hospital.
HELEN P. LEARY of 333 8 Glebs
rd. Arlington. Va.. wife of the late 1
Dr. John Leary, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harris 8 Kepner and sis
ter of Mrs. Elaine Fisher. Mrs.
Marie Bowers and Robert W. Kepner,
all of Wayneaboro. Pa., and Harris
M. Kepner of Silver Spring. Md.
Friends may call at the Robert J.
Murphy Funeral Home. 3524 Colum
bia pike. Arlington. Va.. where serv
ices will be held Monday, May 15. 1
at 1:45 p.m. Interment Arlington
National Cemeterv. 14
LEFTRIDGE, BELLE (nee Jehnsen).
On Saturday, May 13. 1961, BELLE
LEFTRIDGE (nee Johnson) of 1221
25th st. n.w., wife of the late Harry
Leftridge: mother of the late Burton |
Leftridge, ar., and grandmother of
Mrs. Orae Frost and Burton* Left
ridge. Jr. Also surviving are five
great-grandchildren; a daughter-in-1
law, Mrs. Beatrice Leftridge; other
relatives and many friends. Notice of:
funeral later. Arrangementa by Mc-
Guire, Inc. 15 >
LILLYCROP, MARY R. Suddenly on
Saturday. May 13. 1961. at her
residence 148 Tennessee ave. n.e , |
MARY E. LILLYCROP. wife of the
late Rufus A. Llllycrop. mother of
William O. Alexander of Charlotte,
N. C., sister of Mr. Garrett Truitt,
and Mr. Joseph Truitt of Daytona
Beach. Fla., also survived by one
granddaughter, Mrs. Edith L. Hayes
and one great-granddaughter. Eliza
beth Lynne Hayes. Friends may call
at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th and
Mas*, ave. n.e., where service will
be held on Monday. May 15. at 1
p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
LLOYD. REBECCA ELIZABETH. Sud
denly, on Friday. May 12. 1961. at
her residence at Purcellville. Va..
REBECCA ELIZABETH LLOYD, a
retired schoolteacher. She is sur-1
vlved by one sister. Mrs. Florence;
Ball of Purcellville, Va., and a
number of nieces and nephews.
Friends may call at the Hall Fu
neral Hom?. Purcellville. Va.. where
funeral *ervice* will be conducted
on Monday, May 15, at 3 p.m,
DBT Interment will be in Lincoln
Cemetery, Lincoln. Va.
LUMPKIN. RICHARD M. (PAT). On
Friday, May 12. 1961 in Fredericks
burg. Va.. RICHARD M. (PAT)
LUMPKIN, beloved husband of Leena
E. Lumpkin, father of Mrs. Margaret
E. Creed. James D. and Raymond
M. Lumpkin, brother of Edgar, Car
roll and Maurice Lumpkin. There
are also two grandchildren. Friends
are invited to call at the Bethesda-
Chevy Chas? Funeral Hom? of Robert
A. Pumphrey. Bethesda, Md.. where
service* will be held on Tuesday,
May 16 at 2 p.m. Entombment Fort
Lincoln Mausoleum. 15
MrCLAsNNAN. REAS L. On Thursday,
May 11. 1961, at Mount Alto Hospi
tal, REAS L. McCLANNAN of 5514
2d st a.e., beloved husband of Mr*.
Iva 8. McClannan: father of Mrs
Iva E. Thompson. Mrs. Alice F.
El ling wood and Quinton B and Rea*
L. McClannan. He also is survived
by several brothers and sisters and
five grandchildren. Friends may
call at the Lee Funeral Hom?. 4th st.
and Massachusetts ave. n.e.. where
services will be held Monday. May
15. at 9 a.m. Interment Forest
Glen Cemetery. Norfolk. Va. 14
MeLAUGHLIN, ELNOKA M. On Fri
day. May 12, 19S1. at the United
State, Naval Hospital. ELNORA M.
mclauohlin of bia e st. a.e.,
beloved wife of the late James A.
McLauahlln. mother of Capt. Melvin
W. McLaughlin and James E Mc-
Lsuxhlln; grandmother of Nancy.
Audrey and Sally McLaughlin.
Friends may call at the Lee Funeral
Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e..
where services will be held on
Tuesday, May 18. at in a.m. In
lieu of flowers contributions may
be marie to the Heart Fund. Inter
ment Arlington tyjtlonal Cemetery.
; 18
Deaths
MeVOY. MAKYIN N. On Friday. May
12. 1961, at the Hadley Memorial
Hospital. MARTIN N. MeVOY. be
loved husband of Margaret J. MeVov.
father of Howard J. McVoy and
brother of Mrs. Josephine Bafford.
Mr*. Augusta Tucker and Mrs. Ada
Hutchins. Funeral service* at the
Simmon* Bros. Funeral Home, 1661
Good Hope rd. s.e. (parking facili
ties). on Monday May 15. at 10
am. Interment Christ Church Cem
etery. Mutual. Md. 14
MILLER, ALICE MARY. Os 2701 14th
st. n.w.. on May 10. 1961. beloved
wife of Elmer A Miller, mother of
Eileen Holmes and Lorna Wapp
Prayers at Chambers* Funeral Home.
1400 Chapin st. n.w., on Monday.
May 15, at 9:30 am Mass at
Sacred Heart Church. J 6th st. and
Park rd. n.w.. at 10 a.m. Inter
ment Arlington National Cemetery.
14
MOORE. JOHN A. On Friday. May
12. 196 j. JOHN A MOORE of 1238
Penn st. n.e . devoted husband of
Stella Moore and brother of Ray
mond and Sylvester Moore. Mrs.
Irene Freeman, Mrs. Esther Hol
land. Mr*. Elizabeth Wilkinson and
Mrs. Belle Johnson. After 4 p.m.
Monday, May 15. friend* may call
at the Frazier Funeral Home. 389
Rhode Island ave. n.w. Requiem
' mass will be sung at 11 a.m. Tues
day. May 16. at the Holy Redeemer
Catholic Church. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. 15
MYERS. CLARA B. On Thursday. May
11. 196 L, at George Washington
University Hospital. CLARA B
MYERS of 3018 Lake ave , Cheverly.
Md.. beloved wife of Leroy J. Myer*,
sister of Helen B Wenzel of St.
Petersburg. Fla.: Florence Beall of
Washington. D. C : Charlie B Hibbs
of Vienna. Va.; Henry L. of Stock
ton. Cahf.. and Herbert of Wash
ington. D. C. She also is survived
by a number of nieces and nephews,
great-nieces and nephews, other rela
tives and friends Friends tnay call
at the 3. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w. (parking
facilities). Services at the Mount
Vernon Place Methodist Church on
Mondav. May 15. at 11 a.m. Inter
ment Union Cemetery. Leesburg. Va.
14
O’DONNELL. REBBIE MAE. On Friday.
May 12. 1961, at, her residence. 424
East Capitol st. BESSIE MAE
O’DONNELL, beloved wife of Edward
J. O’Donnell, daughter of the late
Fenton and Ellen Maffett. Funeral
service* at the James T Ryan Fu
neral Home. 317 Pennsylvania ave.
s.e., on Monday. May 15. at 2 p.m.
Relatives and friends invited. Inter
ment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
OPEY, JOHN E. On Saturday Mav
13. 1961. JOHN E OPEY of 607
Orleans place ne. Notice of funeral ,
later. Arrangements by Jarvis.
PALMER. ALFRED E. On Saturday.
May 13. 1961. ALFRED E. PALMER
of 617 S st. n.w. Notice of funeral
later. Arrangements by Jarvis.
PORTER. WALTER E. On Tuesday.
May 9. 1961. at the Washington
?osDltal Center. WALTER E. POR
ER of 1827 Belmont rd. n.w.. be
loved husband of Helen M. Porter;
father of Mrs Shirley P Young.
Mrs. Clar? P. Crenshaw, John M
Porter. William E Porter and Mr*
Grace P. Noble: brother of Roscoe
and Raymond Porter of Brockton. .
Mas*. He also i* survived by nine .
grandchildren Friend* may call at
Oawler’s Chapel, 1756 Penn
sylvania ave nw. (courtesy parking
opposite), where service* will be held
on Monday. May 15. 1961, at 10:45 '
am. Interment Arlington National*
Cemetery. 14 |
PYLE. THELMA ELIZABETH (net
Anderson). On Thuraday, May 11,.
1»«1. THELMA I. PYLE oi 1135 1
Loxsford terrace. Silver Spring.
Md.. beloved wife of William H.
Pyle and mother of Mr*. Charlotte
L. Kaller. Miss Carole A. and Miss
Judy A. Pyle. She also is survived ,
by her mother. Mr*. Uda G. Ander
son; two sisters. Mrs. Mildred Antis
and Mr* Margaret Braun Rela
tives and friend* may cal) at tha
Gasch Funeral Home. 4739 Balti
more ave . Hyattsville. Md . from
1 p.m. Saturday. May 13, until
9:30 a.m. Monday. May 15; thence
to the Fort Lincoln Mausoleum
Chapel, where services will be held
at II am. Burial private. 14
FYLK. THELMA E. Th. oHlcers .nd
w members of Ruth Chap-
ter. No 7, O E 8., of
Hyattsville. Md . are re
quested to assemble at the
wM Gasch Funeral Home. 4739
V Baltimore ave.. Hyattsville.
Md . on Sunday. May 14.
1961. at 7 45 p.m.. for the purpose
of conducting Eastern Star services
for our late sister. THELMA K.
PYLE
MILDRED L. ANGLIN. W M
VIOLA K. CURRY. Secretary 14
REEDER. WILLIAM LEXTER. Bud
denly. on Wednesday. May 10. 1961.
WILLIAM L. REEDER of 739 9th
St. * e . devoted son of Annie Jenkins.
He also leaves to mourn his passing
one sister. Mrs. Theresa Jone*: his
stepfather. Mr Roy Jenkins; one
uncle, Mr. Charles Reeder; two
aunts. Mrs. Dorothy Wallace and
Mrs. Dalav Butler; one niece. Miss
Annie Hopewell, and other rela
tives and many friends. Re
main* resting at the residence of
his mother, J 510 Potomac ave a.e.,
where friends may eall after 12
noon Sunday, May 14 t and where
prayer* will be offered at 9 am.
Monday. May 15. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. n
REINGRUBER. LILLIE MAE. On Fri
day. May 12. 1961. at her resi
dence. 1717 North Wayne at., Ar
lington. Va . LILLIE MAE REIN
ORUBE'R. beloved wife of the late
John Georg? Relngrub?r. mother of I
E J„ George F., Walter B. and
Miss Lois Ann Reingruber. Mrs.
Pauline L. Clare. Mrs Ruth E.
Clagett. Mr*. Evelyn M Embr*y and
Mrs. Elsie M. Ware; sister of Lee
Wardell. Mrs, Marguerite Bieber.
Mr*. Elsie Paul. Mrs. Gertrude Burch
and the late Mrs. Pearl Reingruber.
She also is survived by twenty
seven grandchildren and three great
grandchildren. Friends mav call at
the Ives Funeral Home. 2847 Wilson
blvd . Arlington. Va.. until Monday.
May 15. at 9:30 a.m.; thence to
St Charles’ Catholic Church. 3304 |
North Washington blvd . Arlington.
Va.. where mass will be offered
at 10 a.m. Interment Columbia
Gardens Cemetery. (There will be
a recitation of the rosary at the
above funeral homo on Sunday, May
14. at 8 p.m.i 14
RENN. WALTER H. On Friday. Maj
at Arlington Hospital.
Walter h renn of 707 North
West st.. Fall* Church. Va., hus
band of the late Myrtle O. Renn
and father of Thomas O. Renn of
Albany. Ga.: Mitilda M. Rannone of
Arlington. Va., and Frederick B.
ot v,enn *. Va. Four grand
children also survive. Friends may
call at Pearson’s Funeral Home,
4.2 North Washington st.. Falls
Church. Va. Services at the Co
lumbia Baptist Church on Monday,
May 15. at 2 p.m. Interment Na
tional Memorial Park. 14
RIORDAN. F. GUY. On Friday, May
12, 1961. at Montgomery General
Hospital. F. GUY RIORDAN of Lay
tonsville. Md.. brother of S. Cath
erine Riordan. Friend* may call
at the Francis H. Barber Funeral
Horpe. Laytonsville, Md . where the
rosary will be recited on Sunday.
a i H P m - Requiem mass
will be held at St. Martin * Church.
Gaithersburg. Md.. on Monday. May
15. at 9 a.m. Interment Liberty
town, Md. j 4
RIORDAN, F. GUY. Members of
ji k Montgomery Council. No.
Knight* of Colum
bus. are requested to as-
semblt at the Barber Fu
neral Home. Laytonsville.
Md . on Sunday, May 14,
I -y k 1961, at 8 p.m., to recite
riordan’ for p - K - ”■ OUY
R. DI SIMONS.' fss. IS ’ °" K ‘
RO .? INB .? N ’, n AN,>r N - On Tuesday,
May M. IPBI, at the District Gen
eral Hospital. MR ANDY N ROB
INSON of 2326 l.Sth at. nw. hu*
band of Mrs Heleana Robinson. Ht
also 1, survived by two daughters,
Miss Maude Robinson and Mr,
Juanita Arthur; one arandson. one
aister. Mrs. Wanna Cook, and other!
relatives and many friends. Re
mains may be viewed on Sunday,
May 14, after 2 pm., at th.
Hall Bros. Funeral Home 621 pior
1. .J**" bi* .where services win be
held on Monday, May Ift at l‘3o
pm. Interment Arlington National
: cemetery. 12.14
KOSAMII.IA, ANGELINA F. On Frl-
ANGELINA F.
ROBAMILIA of 4208 Russell ave..
Mount Ramler. Md., beloved mother
Antoinette Gennell of Day-
Jub- Ohio; Mrs. Alfonsina Glpe of
Cheverly, Md.; Mrs. Yolanda Bruno
of Newark, N. J., and Fanny J
Rosamllla of Mount Rainier, Md ;
nr’ute.*!'/?*”' T «’*e Ferrara Luclani
J - Also survived
el »h* ■Faxxachildren. Friend, may
n’JLV s’? le J * Fhberal Home. 3200
Rhode Island ave.. at Eastern ave
Sjtujhay and Sunday. May
i 3 ,» n 2 i 4 ’ fom 2 to 4 p.m. and
M. l . B F ,?. nerßl on Monde*.
M*y Ift, at 8..10 a.m.; thence to
St. James Catholic Church, where
mass Will be offered at 9 a.m. for
,n * repose of her soul. Relatives
en r? Interment Fort
Lincoln Cemetery.
SHOUSE. GEORGE A. On Friday
M«.V 12 iwai. GEORGE A. SHOUSE
husband of Mr, Irene Shouse, father
Ooorge A. and Cletus M. Shouse,
Mrs. Marilyn Martin and Mr,. Kath
erine Shaffer, all of Winston-Salem,
Funeral F Hn l i? ’ 0,11 the Lee
runera! Home. 4th at. and Mas,,
hlfp n -’». wh i re eervlce, will be
52? °n Tuesday. May 18. at 1
nm. Interment Cedar Hill Ceme
tery. 16
SMITH. ROBERT F. On Friday May
wi.hteS: 1 ' R 2 B £ R T F. SMITH of
1 beloved husband
of Ethel M. Smith: father ot Robert
YnL2 otl /? m ! h ’ „ Js 'nes Arthur Smith.
Bnyth. John Philip
Smith, brother of Prank C. Smith,
Lake Helen. Fla.; Joseph M. Smith,
Rochester, N. Y.; Clarence D. Smith,
Evanston, Hl.; Mrs Veryl E. Mann,
sa.'5 a .'L d ''e‘ 1 £ p ” Friends may
call at the 6. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2POI 14th st. n w , on Mon
day, May IS, from rt to 1(1 p.m.
1 »nd Tuesday. May 18. from 10 am.
to 10 p m. (parkin, facilities:. Serv-
L c J’_ fr on’ ,h ' Scottish Rite Temple.
-SOO 16th st. n.w., on Wednesdsy.
May 1,. at 2 p.m
Interment Rock Creek CemKry. IB
Dr. Maurice Hacke Dies;
Headed Optical Firm
Dr. Maurice A. Hacke, 75, an
internatinoal lawyer and Wash
ington businessman, died in
London last Sunday after a
heart attack.
A native of Austria, Dr.
Hacke had been a resident of
the District since 1950. He
lived at 4000 Cathedral ave
nufc N.W. and was president of
the Kinsman Optical Co.
Dr. Hacke attended schools
in Berlin and was graduated
from the University of Frei
burg. He received his law de
gree from the University of
Vienna.
A lawyer in Vienna from
1919 until 1938, Dr. Hacke
served as legal adviser to a
London import-export firm
before taking a position on the
staff of the university of Quito.
Ecuador, as a professor of
! English.
A distinguished linguist, he
spoke five modern languages
and classic Greek and Latin.
Dr. Hacke. who practiced law
on three continents, came to
New York in 1944 and entered
private practice. He moved to
Washington in 1950 and at the
time of his death was presi
dent of the optical firm.
A member of the Washing
ton Hebrew Congregation, Dr.
Hacke was active in the Wood
mont Country Club.
He leaves his wife ,the for
mer Leona Hechinger, of thej
1 1
Julian E. Yost,
Guarded Star as
Police Officer
Julian E. Yost, 82, a retired
Metropolitan policeman who
guarded the old Star building
during the 19305, died Friday
of cancer at the Fort Howard
Hospital in Baltimore.
Mr. Yost came to Washington
after World War I while serv
ing in the Marines. He was a
cook at the Marine Barracks
here.
In 1929 he joined the police
force and was assigned to the
first precinct, where the old
Star building is located. He
served for 12 years without ever
using his gun in the line of
duty, and retired because of
physical disability.
In 1946 Mr. Yost and his wife.
Nellie, moved to Taylor's Island
on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
He spent most of his time fish
ing and beachcombing, but he
contracted diabetes several
years ago and lost his right
leg.
Besides his wife, Mr. Yost
leaves three children. Robert,
of 1953 You place S.E.. Mrs.
Edna E. Tucker of 1807 Norfolk
lane, Falls Church, and Mrs.|
Helen L. Holland of Charlotte,,
N. C.
Services will be held at 2 p.m.
Tuesday at Anacostia Method
ist Church with burial In Cedar
Hill cemetery.
I
Draths
BMITH, ROBERT F. Ths officers end 1
w member* of Arem? Chapter.
° I- fl • < re notl -
Ued of the death of Broth
er ROBERT F. SMITH
W Remain* resting at the B.
V H Hines Co. Funeral Hom?.
" 2901 14th st. nw. Fu-
neral service* on Wednesday, May
17. 1961, at 2 p m., at the Scottish
Rite Temple.
ELVA P. LIVERMAN. W. M
• FRED CAMPBELL. W P.
VIOLET J. DOWRICK. Secy.
SURO. GUILLERMO A. Suddenly, on
Friday, May 12. 1961, at his resi
dence. 3202 Cumminx* lane. Chevy
Chase. Md.. GUILLERMO A SURO.
beloved husband of Piedad Levi Cas
tillo Suro and father of Carmen
Cecelia. Roberto Antonio and Wil
liam Anthony Suro. Friends may
call at Gawler « Chapel, 1756 Pa.
ave. n.w. (courtesy parkins op
posite). where the rosary will be
recited on Sunday, May 14, at 7
p.m. Mass will be offered at the
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church,
Western ave. at Quesada st. n.w.,
on Monday. May 15. at 11 am
Interment Gate of Heaven Ceme
tery. Silver Sprint, Md.* 14
BWAYZE. MISS ORA MAY. On Satur
day May 13. 1961, MISS ORA MAY
SWAYZE of 305 8 Payne st . Fair
fax. Va.. daughter of the late WiL
liam 8. and Anna M. Swayze: aunt
of Mr*. Marie Swayze Gibson. Grave
side service* will be held on Tues
day. May 16. at 2 p.m , at Fairfax
Cemetery. Friend* may call at th?
Everly Funeral Home, 214 West
Main st.. Fairfax, Va.
TALL. JANE DAVIES. On Thursday.
May 11. 1961, at the Washington
Hospital Center. JANE DAVIEB TALL
of 9401 Sierra st., Silver Spring.
Md.. wife of Robert E. Tall, mother
of Roberta Seuel and Ben Davie*
Tall, daughter of Mr. and Mr*.
Roland C. Davies and sister of Ro
land C. Davie*, jr., and Catherine
F. Davie*. Mr*. Tall rests at th?
Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home.
8434 Georgia ave.. Silver Spring.
Md.. whei# service will be held
on Monday, May 15. at 10:30 a.m.
(parking facilities). Interment Mid
dleham Chapel Cemetery, Prince
Frederick. Md Sympathy may be
expressed in the form of memorial*
to the American Diabetes Associa
tion. Inc.. No 1 East, 45th st., New
York 17. N Y. Friend* may visit
with the family at the funeral
home on Saturday between the
hours of 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. and
on Sunday from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.
14
THOMAS, RALPH. On Tuesday. May
9. 1961. RALPH THOMAS of 514
Park rd. n.w., beloved husband of
Martha B. Thomas and brother of
Josephine Thomas. Elenora Shorter,
Daisy Acors and Nealle Bassil. He!
also is survived by other relative* |
and a host of friend*. After 12
noon Sunday. May 14. friend* are
Invited to call at the Jarvis Chapel, j
143-* You st. n.w.. where funeral
services will be held on Monday.
May Ift. at 1 p.m. Interment Lin
coln Memorial Cemetery. 14
VAIL, SUE E. Suddenly, on Thursday.
May 11. 196 J, SUE E. VAIL of
i 5J12 Connecticut ave n.w.. be
loved wife of th? late Philip T
Vail, mother of Philip G. Vail of
i Mayo. Md.; Mrs. Ethel Joy of Peeks- I
kill, N. Y., and the late Elizabeth i
and James T. Vail, motber-in-law ■
» of Mr*. Philip G. Vail and Mr*.
James T. Vail. Mater-in-law of Mr*.
Philip L. Jones of Chevy Chase, I
I Md She also is survived by her
grandchildren. great-grandchildren
i and other relatives. Service* at
’ Hines Co Funeral Home.
2901 14th at. n.w.. on Monday.
i May Ift, at 12 noon (parking facili
ties). Interment Cedar Hill Cema
tery. 14
• WALKER, PLATO. Suddenly, on
, May - 10 - PLATO
WALKER of 517 2ftth place n.e.,
• the beloved husband of Mary M.
Walker. He also leaves to mourn
• hi* passing three sisters. Mrs. Net
’ tie Dawkin* of Bessemer City. N. C.;
. MF.’j 9 tella Whitworth and Mr*.
Mildred Saunders of Detroit, Mich.,
and three brothers, John Henry and
Harry Walker of Bessemer City,
N C., and Bratton Walker of Miami,
Fla. After 4 p.m. Sunday. May
f 14, friends may call at 909 «th j
I at. n.w., where funeral will be. held I
L at 12 noon Monday. May 15. In-1
terment Arlington National Ceme-
> tery. Arrangement* by the Edmon
son Funeral Service. 14
’ WENDT, GERTRUDE H. On Saturday.
Doctor * Hospital,
GERTRUDE H. WENDT of 4312
1 South 12th rd., Arlington. Va., be
loved mother of Barbara Grace
Wendt and sister of D. C. Dorman I
of Palm Bay, Fla. Friend* may call
tha J vea Funeral Home. 2847
Wilson blvd . Arlington. Va . where .
funeral service* will be held on 1
Monday. May 15 at 11 a m. Inter-
J ment DeWitt. lowa.
j/
DR. MAURICE HACKE
home address: two brothers.
Max, of Brussels, and Simon, :
of Sao Paulo, Brail, and a niece, ;
Mrs. Kurt Braun of Alexandria. '
Funeral services will be private.
Paul T. Collins,
38-Year Worker
In Gas Company
Funeral services were held
Wednesday at the Simmons
Funeral Home, 1661 Good Hope
road S.E., for Paul T. Collins.
60. a resident of the District
for 43 years.
: He died May 6 after a heart
attack in George Washington ,
University Hospital. Burial
was in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
A native of Winston-Salem,
N. C„ Mr. Collins lived at 1428
Eighteenth street S.E.
Mr. Cojlins retired in July,
1959. from his position with the
service department of the
Washington Gas Light Co. He
had been with the company 38
years.
Mr. Collins was a member
of the Quarter Century Club
and the International Chem
ical Workers Union. He was
active in the Southeast Citizens
Association.
He leaves his wife Elsie of
the home address; two sons.i
Paul T„ jr.. of Temple Hills,
Md., and Robert W. of Forest
ville. Md., and eight grand
children.
Paul Von Zsolnay,
European Publisher
VIENNA, Austria, May 13
<AP).—Paul von Zsolnay. 66.
founder of the international
book publishing house that
bears hi* name, died Friday.
Mr. Zsolnay's publishing
i business, among the foremost
in Europe, was established here
in 1923 and published books of
leading authors of the Ger
man-speaking area. Among his
first writers was Franz Werfel.
D paths
WILBON, ESSIE M. On Friday, May
12, 1961. EBBIE M. WILSON of
422 Newton place n.w . loving
mother of Mrs. Ruby Scott, Horace
T . Alton J.. Burts H., Juanita and
Everett J Wilson. Mr*. Dori* Fields
of Washington. D. C.: Mrs. Georgia
Drax of New York City and Mr*
J*n?t W. Clifton of Detroit, Mich.;
sister of Thomas B Burts. Other
relatives and many friend* also sur
vive. After 3 p.m Monday, Mav Ift.
friend* may call at the Frazier
Funeral Home. 389 Rhode Island
ave. n.w., where services will be
held on Tuesday, May 16. at 2
p.m. Interment Carver Memorial
Park. 15
YOST. JULIAN E. On Friday. May 12,
1961 at Ft Howard Veteran* Hospi
tal. Baltimore. Md JULIAN E.
YOBT of Taylor’s Island. Md.. be
loved husband of Mrs. Nellie L. Yost
and father of Robert K Yost. Mrs.
Edna E. Tucker and Mr*. Helen L.
Holland. He is also survived by a
half brother, Clinton Pryor of
Denver. Colo., and two half sisters.
Mrs Edith Holly and Mrs. Pearl
Johnson of Barnesville, Ohio, and 10
grandchildren. Friends may call at
Hysong’s Funeral Home. 1300 N
at. n.w. after 1 pm.. Bunday, May
11th. Funeral services will be held at
Anaco*tia Methodist Church. 1345
You st. s.e. on Tuesday, May 16th
at 2 p.m. Interment in Cedar Hill
Cemetery. ift
YOST, JULIAN E. Member* of the
• Police and Fire Post No. 29
are hereby notified of the
death of Comrade JULIAN
E YOBT. Service* will be
held Monday night, May
15, 1961. at 8 pm. under
the direction of the Guard
of Honor at Hyaona * Funeral Home.
PATRICK J. O’HARA. Commander.
JOHN SHALLCRC6S, Jr., Ad J.
YOST, JULIAN E. Member* of the A*-
ssociation of Retired Po
licemen are hereby notified
of the passing of our late
member JULIAN E YQST
on Saturday. May 13. 1961.
Remains resting at the Hy
song’s Funreal Home. 1300
N st. n.w., after 2 p m., Sunday,
May 14. until 12:80- p.m.. Tuesday,
May 16. thence to Anacostia Meth
odist Church, 14th and You st*, s.e.,
where service* will be held at 2 p.m.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
HARDIN LANCASTER. President.
RICHARD A. BURTON. Secretary.
-DEATHS-
Announcement* of
Servleos by Chamber*
Miller. Alice M. W. W. Chambers Co.
Hall. Ida R. W. W. Chambers Co.
. Becvar, Agnes W. W. Chamber* Co.
Jarvis. Walter J. W. W. Chambers Co.
Jacobs. Oscar E. W. W. Chambers Co.
Iu Ulrmiiriam
BELL. GLADYS ALDRICH. Sacred to
j the memory of my darling mother
on this day.
All your love and tender C4ire,
Your-companionship so rare,
1 remember now today.
Although you are far away.
There could never be another
As wonderful as you, dear Mother!
LOVINGLY YOUR DAUGHTER.
• BARBARA. x
CONTEE, SADIE W. * In loving mem
ory of our dear mother, SADIE
W. CONTEE. who departed this life
ten years ago. May 14, 19fil.
Loving and kind in all her ways
Upright and good till the end of
her days;
Sincere and true in her heart and
mind.
What beautiful memories she left
behind.
YOUR DEVOTED CHILDREN. JO
ANNE,. GWENDOLYN, CHARLES
AND itICKAEL.
CROMWELL. BERTRAM M. In lovlni
memory of my son. BERTRAM M.
CROMWELL, who passed away eleven
years ago, May 14. 1950.
I often sit and think of you
When I’m ail alone.
i For memory is the only thing
That I can really oil my own.
YOUR LOVING MOTHER, BEA
TRICE CROMWELL- •
CUOZZO, SUSIE. In loving remem
brance of our dear daughter, SUSIE
CUOZZO. who left us thirty-seven
years ago today. May 14. 1924,
In our heart* your memory lingers,
Sweetly, tender, fond and true;
There is not a day that passe*
I That, we do not think of you.
LOVINGLY. MOM AND DAD.
EHRMANTRAUT, ANNIE MART. On
this. Iter birthriny. ws honor with
I lovlnx snrl grateful heart a rie,oted
I giother who died slxty-one year. axo.
| &LLIE. GABRIELLE AND NORMAN J
Miss Lloyd, 83,
Retired Teacher
PURCELLVILLE. Va., May
13 (Special). Miss Rebecca
Elizabeth Lloyd, 83. a retired
school teacher, died last night
at her home, Happy Hollow
Farm, near Purcellville.
A native of Loudoun County,’
Miss Lloyd was a graduate of
Swarthmore College and of
George School near Philadel
phia.
For more than 50 years she
was the county registrar of
vital statistics of the State
Health Department. She taught
many years in the Purcellville
Elementary School and also
conducted a private school in
her home.
She was a member of the
Goose Creek Meeting Society
of Friends.
She is survived by a sister.
Mrs. Florence Lloyd Ball of
Purcellville.
Funeral services will be held
at 3 p.m. (DST) Monday in
Purcellville. Burial will be in
Lincoln Cemetery, Lincoln, Va.
Dr. A. H.Meneely,
College President
NORTON, Mass., May 13
( AP).—Dr. A. Howard Meneely,
62. president of Wheaton Col
lege, died today after a long
illness.
Dr. Meneely had been presi
dent of the women's college
since 1944.
He was bom in New York and
attended the public schools
there and in Tacoma, Wash.
He received his B.A. degree from
the University of Washington
in 1921 and his M.A. in 1922.
He obtained his Ph D. from Co
lumbia University in 1928.
In that same year he became
a history instructor at Dart
mouth College, where he was
promoted to professor seven
years later.
Dr. Meneely was the author
of the book, "War Department,
1861,” and also of numerous
articles for academic publica
tions and popular periodicals.
He was in demand as a speaker
about Abraham Lincoln.
George DeSousa, 77,
Former RCA Official
LOS ANGELES. May 13
| (AP). George DeSousa, 77,
who retired 11 years ago as
treasurer and vice president of
Radio Corp, of America, died
Thursday of a cerebral hemor
rhage at a Beverly Hills hos
pital.
Mr. DeSousa gave David
Sarnoff, RCA board chairman,
his first job in 1906 as office
boy for Marconi Wireless Tele
graph Co. Mr. Sarnoff, then
14, earned $5.50 weekly. When
Marconi merged into RCA, Mr.
DeSousa became treasurer and
Mr. Sarnoff commercial man
ager.
Jn iKrmnriam
HALL. ETHEL J. In memory of our
dear mother. ETHEL J HALL, who
departed tht* life eight year* ago.
May 10. 1953.
When God took you home to Heaven.
W? could not understand;
It seemed we’d sway* have you here
To lend a helping hand.
To help us when we need help.
To tell our troubles to;
We wonder if God understands
Just how much we miss you.
HER LOVING CHILDREN. NELLIE
H MILLS MARION H. BEWELL.
LLEWELYN P. HALL. Jr. •
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' Mrs. Canada;
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Mrs. Griffin V. Canada, 64,
whose family settled in the
Washington area ip 1803, diAd
Friday at her home at 8018
I Park lane. Bethesda.
| A fourth-generation Wash
ington area resident, she mar
ried Mr. Canada, a flooring
contractor, in 1929. Mrs. Cana
da was the former Elizabeth
I Donaldson. ■"
She attended the old Central
High School and had lived In
Bethesda for 30 years.
Besides her husband, she
leaves two children. Griffin, V.,
jr., of the home address, and
Mrs. Elizabeth Pampillonia, of
5920 Green Tree road. Bethes
da. She also leaves two grand
children and a sister. Mrs. Mar
garet D. Wallace of Ormond
Beach. Fla.
A requiem mass will be of
fered at 10 am. tomorrow at
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic
Church in Bethesda, with bur
ial in Gate of Heaven Ceme
tery.
Ferguson Fague,
Reserve Officer
Ferguson Fague, 73, a native
of the District, died Tuesday
after a heart attack in St.
Petersburg, Fla., where he had
been living for the last three
years.
Mr. Fague, who attended old
Central High School here,
worked for several years on the
old Washington Herald before
World War I.
He enlisted in the Army in
1917. Mr. Fague became a
commissioned officer and joined
i the Army Reserves, attaining
the rank of captain.
He leaves his wife, Eloise,
6204 Georgia avenue N.W.; a
son, Thomas H., 800 Randolph
street N.E., and two daugh
ters, Mrs. Robert E. Brndy,
5823 Thirty-second avenue,
Hyattsville, Md., and Mrs.
Thomas S. Bristow, Hampton,
Va.
Services will be at 1 p.m.
tomorrow at the Hines Funeral
Home, 2901 Fourteenth street
N.W. Burial will be in Arling
ton Cemetery.
C. E. Heidenreich
Os Manor Club
Charles E. Heidenreich, 56. a
vice president of the Fisher
Scientific Co. and manager of
1 its Washington plant, died yes
; terdav at Montgomery County
General Hospital after a heart
attack.
He leaves his wife, Josephine,
of the home address, 4147)
Great Oak road. Manor Club.
! Md.. and two daughters, Mrs.
, Joanne True of 3833 Jay street,
1 Alexandria, and Miss Janice
Heidenreich of Coral Gables,
Fla. He also leaves a son.
Charles, jr.. of the home ad
dress.
I Friends may call at Pum
phrey’s Funeral Home in Silver
Spring.
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