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BHEGOGUK, SUZIB R. On Friday,
February 2. 1982. BUZIE R. BHE
GOGUE of 6600 Old Landover rd..
Landover, Md.. beloved wife of
Walter E. Sheaogue, mother of
Mrs. Anna L. Jay. Edward R. and
Mac M. Shegogue, and sister of
Mrs. Winifred Hurley and Thomas
R Renault. Fhe al , »« survived
by five grand- dre* id three
great-grandchild.en. Fiends may
call at Gasch's Funeral Home,
4739 Baltimore ave., Hyattsville,
Md,. after 6 p.m. Saturday. Febru
ary 3. where services will be held
on Monday. February 5. at 10:30
am. Interment Fort Lincoln Cem
etery. 4
SMITH, ALFRED. On Thursday,
February 1.1962. ALFRED SMITH
of 3300 18th st. n.w., Apt. 32,
husband of Mrs. Jerusha Smith,
father of Mrs. Nettie Harris. He is
also survived by other relatives and
a host of friends. After 6 p.m.
Monday. February 5, friends are
invited to call at the Jarvis Chapel.
1432 You st. n.w., where funeral
services will be held Tuesday,
February 6 at 1 p.m. Interment
Harmony Cemetery. 5 |
SMITH. ALFRED. Officers and mem
bers of the Young Men's
fHuirn Immediate Relief As-
UUFyUdI sociation are hereby
V*/ notified of the death of
brother ALFRED SMITH.
Funeral will be held on Tuesday.
February 0. 1962, at 1 p.m. from
Jarvis Chapel. 1432 You st. n.w.
ARTHUR E BROOKS. Pres .
JOSEPH A. LANCASTER, Fin. Secy.
SMITH. EUGENE PAUL. Suddenly
on Friday. Februatv 2. 1962, EU
GENE PAUL SMITH of 3315 Wis
consin ave. n.w., husband of the
late Marie Griffin Smith and brother
of Mrs. Dorothv Saunders. Mrs.
Marie Gaddi. William Graham.
Frank and Carl Bnnh. Funeral
services at the De Vol Funeral
Home. 2224 Wisconsin ave. nw.
on Monday. Feoruary 5. at 2 p.m.
Relatives and *rieais invited. In
terment Mount Jli/et Cemetery. 4
SMITH, HELEN V. On Friday. Febru
ary 2. 1962, at Arlington Hospital.
HELEN V. SMITH of 911 Randolph
st., Arlington. Va.. beloved wife of
Robert M. Smith, jr.; mother of
Robert M. Smith 111. of Hyattsville.
Md.: Mrs. Barbara L. Granville of
Harrisburg. N. C.: Patricia Ann.
Peggy Jean, Helen Louise and Pam
ela Ann Smith of the home address,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Gibbs of Richardsville, Va.: sister
of Mrs. Thomas E. Horstkamp of
Hyattsville. Md.: George W. Gibbs.
Jr., of Winchester. Va.: Mrs. Gladys
Banner of Richardsville. Va.. and
James A. Gibbs of Daytona Beach.
Fla. Friends may call at the Arling
ton Funeral Home. 3901 North Fair
fax dr.. Arlington. Va.. after 2
P.m. Saturday. February 3. where
services will be held on Tuesday.
February 6 at 10:45 a.m. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. 5
SOUDER, THELMA BECKERT. On
Thursday, February 1.1962. at
Georgetown University Hospital.
THELMA BECKERT SOUDER of
4907 V st. n.w., beloved wife of
Clinton R. Souder, mother of Clinton
Russell Souder. James W. Souder
and Mrs. Sarah Marie Walling,
daughter of Mrs. Sadie M Beckert
and sister of James W. Beckert and
Mrs Theresa K. Allen. She also
is survived by five grandchildren.
Prayers at the S. H. Hines Co.
Funeral Home. 2901 14th st n w..
on Monday. February 5. at 9:30 a m
(parking facilitiesi: thence to St.
Anthony's Catholic Church, 12th
and Monroe sts. n.e.. where the
holy sacrifice of the mass w‘ll be
offered at 10 a.m., for the repose
of her soul. Interment St. Mary's
Cemetery. 4
SOWERS. JACK V. Suddenly, on
Wednesday. January 31. 1962.
JACK V. SOWERS of 4201 Massa
chusetts ave. n.w.. beloved husband
of Jeanette C. Sowers and brother
of Wayne Sowers of West Inglewood.
N J , and C. A. Sowers of Craw
fordsville. Ind. Friends may cal) at
the Gawler Chapel. 1756 Pennsyl
vania ave. n.w. (courtesy parkins
opposite > Services will be held at
Metropolitan Memorial Methodist
Church. Nebraska and New Mexico
aves. n.w., on Monday. February 5.
at 2 p.m. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. In lieu of flowers,
contributions mav be made to the
Kiwanis Foundation for Crippled
Children. Mayflower Hotel. 4
STEERE. CHARLES E. On Friday.
February 1.1962. at 1525 V street
s.e. CHARLES E. STEERE. brother
of the late Maude E Bladen, uncle
of Mrs. Margaret Hackett. Friends
may call at the Lee Funeral Home.
4th and Mass. ave. n.e.. where
services will be held on Monday.
February 5, at 2:39 p.m. Inter
ment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
STEWART, ELIZABETH. On Saturday,
February 3. 1962. at 220 H st. n.e..
MRB. ELIZABETH STEWART, of
Mechanicsville, Maryland. Services
at the John T. Rhines & Co. Fu
neral Home. 3015 12th street n.e.
SWAIN. HAROLD H. (Rites said on
Friday. January 26. 1962 in Glen
dale. Calif.) La Crescenta. Calif.
—Funeral services for HAROLD H.
SWAIN. 58. of 3622 Third ave.,
La Crescenta. were conducted at
2:00 p.m., Friday. January 26. 1962.
at Kiefer <& Eyerick Peace Chapel
in Glendale. Calif. Mr. Swain, a 1
native of Boston. Mass., died Mon
day. January 22. in a Glendale I
hospital. Staphylococcus pneumonia I
was a contributing cause of death.
He was an engineering aide for!
Applied Research Laboratories and
had been in their employ for the
oast 10 years. Prior to this he was i
employed between 1942 and 1952 in
the Washington. D. C. area where he
worked consecutively at the Wash
ington Navy Yard. American' Instru
ment Co. of Silver Spring. Md. and
the Bureau of Standards. The family
at that time lived on Knox terrace
s.e.. D. C. He leaves his widow.
Doris W.. a son. Kenneth R. of
Arlington. Mass.: three daughters,
Mrs. Lillian Andrews of Bedford.
Mass.; Mrs. Ruth M. Strange of.
La Crescenta. Calif., and Mrs. I
Gladys M. Rea of Camp Springs. I
Md.. and nine grandchildren. The;
Rev. Robert E. Bench of the First!
Congregational Church of Glendale,
Calif, and the Rev. Charles W.
Helsey of Claremont. Calif., officiat
ed. Interment was In Grand View-
Cemetery.. Glendale. Calif.
THORPE. FRED D. On Thursday.
February 1.1962 at Washington,
Hospital Center. FRED D. THORPE
of 37 Bates st. n.w. He is survived
by his wife. Johnola Thorpe, two
daughters, one stepdaughter, two
brothers and two sisters; other
relatives and friends also survive.
After 1 p.m. Sunday, friends may
call at the Hoffman Funeral Home.
9<»9 6th st. n.w.. where * services
will be held Monday, February 5
at 1 p.m. Interment Harmony Ceme
tery. Arrangements by B. F. Taylor.
TIMM. ERIC WALTER. On Saturday.
February 3,1962. at his residence.
3267 North Wakefield street. Ar
lington. Virginia. ERIC WALTER
TIMM, beloved husband of Mar
garet Hand Timm, father of Mi
chael Eric Timm, brother of Mrs.
Eleanor Griffin, of Madison. Wis
consin. and Howard August Timm,
of Flint. Michigan. Friends may call
at the Ives Funeral Home. 2847
Wilson blvd.. Arlington. Virginia,
after 12 noon on Monday. February
o where funeral services will be ■
held on Tuesday. February 6. at!
11 a.m. Interment Bay City. Michi- 1
gan Please omit flowers. In lieu
of flowers, send contributions to the
Heart Association of Northern Vir
ginia. 609 N. Edgewood st.. Arling
ton. Va. 5
TUCKER. LT. COL. PAUL O. On Tues
day January 30. 1962. at St. Eliza,
beths Hospital. LT. COL. PAUL O.
TUCKER of 1011 Duke dr.. Buck
nell Manor. Alexandria. Va . beloved
husband of Ruth B. Tucker of the
home address, father of Capt. Ray
E - T uc £er of Ulm, Germany, and
a daughter-in-law. Mrs. Nadine C.
Tucker. He also is survived bv two
grandsons. Robert and Matthew
Tucker. Friends may call at the
S H Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901
14th st n.w. from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday. February 3. and 5 p.m.
to 9 p.m. Sunday. February 4
(parking facilities). Services at the
above funeral home on Monday.
February 5. at 1 p.m. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. 4
TUCKER. LT. COL. PAUL O. Mem
.dwi, bers °f George Washing
ton Post. No 1. the Amer
lean Legion, are equested
■MbB to assemble at the S. H.
Hines Co. Funera. Home.
2901 14th st. n.w., at 8
p.m. Sunday. February 4.
1962, for the services by the Na
tional Guard of Honor for our
late comrade. PAUL O. TUCKER
CULVER B. CHAMBERLAIN.
Commander.
HANS GOLDSTEIN. Adjutant. 4
WARD. MILDRED L. On Wednesday.
MILDRED L.
WARD of Darnestown. Md.. beloved
wife of M. Spencer Ward, mother
of Mrs Frances W. Darby. Mrs.
Hope Ward Craver. Maurice C. and
M. La Rue Ward; sister of 8
Estelle Clagett and the late Rev.
Raymond B Clagett. She also is
survived by six grandchildren.
Friends may call at the Tyson
Wheeler Funeral Home. 1331 East
Montgomery ave. (Rockville pike*.
Rockville. Md. Services on Sun
day. February 4. at 2:30 p.m.. in the
Darnestown Presbyterian Church.
Darnestown. Md. Interment church
cemetery. 4
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WATHEN. BERNARD LOUIS. On Fri
day, February S, IHB2, at 5044
Reno rd. n.w.. BERNARD LOUIS
WATHEN. beloved hueband of
Dorothy A. Wathen, father of
Bernard D. Wathen. Frlenda may
call at the Chevy Chase Funeral
Home. 5101 Wisconsin ave. n.w..
where prayers will be said on Tues
day. February 8. 1882 at 10 a.m
Entombment Ft. Lincoln Mausoleum.
WEAVER. OSWALD M.. Col.. U B.A.
Med. Corps., of 5033 Alta Vlata rd..
Bethesda. Md.. on Feburary 3. 1082.
husband of Ruth M. Weaver, broth
er of Dr. William N. Weaver. Mrs.
Franz Feger. MYs. George Cassell
and Miss Jeanne Weaver. Remains
at Chambers Funeral Home. 86.55
Ga. ave.. Silver Spring. Md.. until
Tuesday. February 6. at 2 p.m.
Services at Ft. Myer Chapel, Ft.
Myer. Va.. at 3 p.m. Interment Ar
lington National Cemetery.
WEBSTER. MARY B. (nee Parlon).
On Wednesday. January 31. 1962,
MARY B. WEBSTER, beloved wife
of the late John T. Webster, mother
i of the late Joseph J. Webster and
sister of John C. Parlon. Friends
j may call at the Robert A. Mat
tingly Funeral Home. 131 11th st.
s.e. (parking facilities), after 7
p.m. Friday. February 2. until Mon
day. February 5, at 9 a.m. Re
quiem mass at St. Dominic's Church
at 9:30 am. Relatives and friends
invited Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 4
WEBCbI.tR. MARY BOLGER. Sud
aen*y on Wednesday, January 31.
1062. at Unmu W Va . MARY
POuGER WEBCHLER of Winchester.
Va.. beloved wile of Char.es H
Weschler and sister of Mrs. Alice
McGregor. Mrs. Margaret Harring
ton. Mrs. Helen Morton. Mrs. Agnes
Murray and Edward Bolger. Funeral
from the home of her sister-in-law.
Miss Katherine Weschler. 6207
Broad Branch rd. n.w., on Monday,
February 5. at 10 a.m. Requiem
mass at the Shrine of the Blessed
Sacrament, Chevy Chase Circle, at
10:30 a.m. Relatives and friends in
vited. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
tery. 4
WHITE. CHARLES W. On Saturday.
February 3. 1962. at Glen Dale
Hospital. MR. CHARLES W. WHITE,
of 1330 8. Capitol st. s.e., beloved
husband of Mrs. Mary White,
devoted son of Mrs. Eliza Hawkins.
Also surviving are one son. one
daughter, four grandchildren, one
uncle, other relatives and many
friends. Remains resting at the
John T. Rhines & Co Funeral Home.
3015 12th street n.e. Notice of fu
neral later.
WHITE. DONALD EDWIN. On Thurs
day. February 1.1962. DONALD
EDWIN WHITE of 4244 Clay st n.e.;
son of the late Burley and Flossie
White, brother of Marion O. Williams
and Joseph E. White, nephew of Mr.
John G Walker and Mrs. Mariah
Jones. Also surviving are other rel-1
atlves and many friends. After 51
P.M. Sunday. February 4, friends mav
call at Rollins Funeral Home. 4339 1
Hunt pl N.E.. where funeral will be i
held Monday. February 5. at 1:30
P.M. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
WILLIAMS. ROBERT W. On Tuesday,'
January 30. 111(12. ROBERT W. WIL
LIAMS of 4001 21st st. n.e., hus
band of Hattie F. Williams. He
also is survived by a daughter/
Gwendolyn Quick; a son. Arnold,
Williams: three sisters. Mabel
Spencer Grace Creek and Maude'
Gordon; five nieces, Teresa Sewell.
Bessie Rucker. Marguerite Warren.
Altheia Hitchings and Gertrude!
Claytor: four nephtws. Henry!
Spencer, jr.; Wendell Dixon, Pres-'
ton and Virgil B. Martin; three 1
grandchildren. Ronnie. Jimmy and 1
Candy Williams, and other rela
tives and friends. After 1 p.m.,
Sunday. February 4. friends may!
call at the Frazier Funeral Home, j
389 Rhode Island ave. n.w., where
services will be held on Monday. l
February 5. at 1 p.m., the Rev. GJ
Dewey Robinson officiating. In- 1
terment Harmony Memorial Park. 4
WILSON. W. STANLEY. Suddenly at
his home. Middleburg, Va.. Saturday.
February 3. 1962. W. STANLEY;
WILSON, beloved husband of Alyce'
Wenner Wilson, father of Billy, j
Bobbv and Mary Alyce Wilson, 1
brother of Mrs. Mildred W. Martin'
and Austin E Wilson. Friends may'
call at the Royston Funeral Home.;
Middleburg. Va. Funeral services
from the Middleburg Methodist 1
Church. Monday. February 5. at
3:30 p.m. Interment Middleburg;
Memorial Cemetery.
WYNER. EVA. On Friday. February
2. 1962. EVA WYNER of 312-A
Ashby st.. Alexandria. Va.. be
loved mother of Mrs. Selma Kopel
son of Alexandria. Va.; aevoted sis
ter of Mrs. Dora Alexander and
Mrs. Elizabeth Batt, both of Alex
andria. Va.; I. Kenneth Goldberg
of Washington. D. C.. and C.iarles
Goldberg of Omaha. Nebr. Serv
ices at the C. D. Goldberg & Son
Funeral Home. 4217 9th st. n.w.,
on Sunday. February 1. at 1 p.m.
Interment King David Memorial
Garden. 4
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BAKER, MARY F. In loving remem
brance of our dear mother and
grandmother. MRS. MARY F.
BAKER, who departed this life
twenty-three years afro today, Feb
ruary 4. 1939.
A precious one from us is gone,
A voice we loved is stilled;
A place Is vacant in our hearts
Which never can be filled.
HER CHILDREN. MARY F. LEWIS.
MARIE B HAYNES. LORENZA
BAKER. MARJORIE V. BAKER;
GRANDSON. NATHANIEL HAR
_ ROD. .
HUFF. EDWIN N. In loving memory
of my devoted husband. EDWIN N.
HUFF, who passed away three years
ago today. Febuary 4. 1959.
God knew the road was getting
rough.
And the hills were hard to climb.
So He closed your weary eyelids
And whispered. "Peace be thine.”
In silence he suffered.
In patience he bore.
'Til God called him home.
Where he will suffer no more.
DEVOTED WIFE. MINNIE E.
HUFF.•_
HUFF, EDWIN N. In loving memory
of my father. EDWIN N. HUFF, who
departed this life three years ago.
February 4. 1959.
You are gone, but not forgotten.
God called you home, it was His
will.
But in our hearts we love you still;
Your memory is as dear today
As it was the day you passed away.
LVOING SON. THOMAS; DAUGH
TER-IN-LAW. JEAN, AND
GRANDSON. TOMMY. Jr.
HENRY, RACHEL ALBERTA. In rev
erent and tender memory of our
mother. RACHEL ALBERTA HENRY,
who departed this life February 4,
1951.
Her life was a hymn to the glory
of loving and giving.
MYRTLE AND BARRINGTON
HENRY.•
LEWIS. PEARL S. In loving mem
ory of my dear mother. PEARL 8.
LEWIS, who departed this li*e
twenty-nine years ago today. Feb
ruary 4. 1933.
You had a smile for everyone,
And a heart as good as gold.
And those who knew you loved you.
So your memory will never grow
old.
YOUR DEVOTED SON. ERNEST R.
JOHNSON.
MeCOY. EVA A. In loving memory of
my sister. EVA A McCOY. who
passed into the great bevond one
year ago, February 3. 1961.
Remembrance is the rose that blooms
•tsrnal year by vear.
Sweet memories clinging to our
hearts keep loved ones always
near.
And tender thoughts that linger on
are links that ever bind
Our loved ones who have gone
ahead.
YOUR LOVING SISTER.
MONTGOMERY. RAYMOND A., Sr.
In loving memory of our dear hus
band. father, grandfather and great
grandfather. RAYMOND A. MONT
GOMERY. Sr., who left us sud
denly three years ago today. Febru
ary 4. 1959.
God alone knows now we miss you.
Never shall your memory fade;
Loving thoughts shall always
wander
To the spot where you are laid.
DEVOTED WIFE. ESTELLA. AND
FAMILY. •
PRETTYMAN, ARTHUR S. In loving
memory of my dear husband. AR
THUR S. PRETTYMAN. who passed
away five years ago today. Feb
ruary 4. 1957.
You left a place no one can fill.
And in my heart you linger still;
Your memory Is as dear today
As in the hour you passed away.
DEVOTED WIFE. MILDRED. *
PRETTYMAN. ARTHUR SHELTON.
We miss you now. our hearts are
sore:
As time goes by we miss you more.
JAMES AND NELLIE BUTLER. •
Mrs. Jerenia L. Reid,
Retired Nurse, Dies
Mrs. Jerenia L. Reid. 82, a
graduate of Freedmen’s Hos
pital Nursing School in 1903
and chief nurse there from
1933 to 1940, died Friday at
Walter Reed Hospital after a
long illness.
Before becoming an invalid
due to a broken hip three years
ago Mrs. Reid lived with her
daughter, Mrs. Percy A. Wad
dill, of 2223 Thirteenth street
I N.W.
She was the former Jerenia
Valentine of Jacksonville, Fla.
Her first husband, Charles A.
Dial, died in 1910 and her sec
ond husband, Leon S. Reid, was
killed in World War I.
In addition to Freedmen’s,
Mrs. Reid was a graduate of
State College, Orangeburg, S. C.
She served as superintend
! ent of the Bethune College
Hospital. Daytona Beach, Fla.
in 1911 under Mrs. Mary Mc-i
Leod Bethune. Later she was
made superintendent of nurses
at John A. Andrews Memorial
Hospital in Tuskegee, Ala. and
L. Richardson Memorial Hos
pital in Greensboro, N. C.
About 1916 Mrs. Reid estab-[
lished a private hospital in I
Jacksonville, Fla., which she
operated for about eight years.
She then became superin-:
tendent of People’s Hospital in:
St. Louis, Mo. and held that!
position until returning to[
Freedmen’s in 1933. She retired [
from nursing at Freedmen’s} 1
about 1940.
Mrs. Reid had served as sec
retary of the National Nurses
W. Stanley Wilson, Banker,
Middleburg Civic Worker
MIDDLEBURG, Va., Feb. 3
(Special).—W. Stanley Wilson,
50. banker and civic worker,
died at his home in Middleburg
last night, apparently the vic
tim of a heart attack.
Mr. Wilson was assistant
cashier and secretary to the
board of directors of the Mid
dleburg National Bank and had
been on duty at the bank
yesterday.
A native of Ashburn, Va., he
. went to the Middleburg bank
31 years ago after he finished
high school. He was the son
of the late William Crosby Wil
son and Lottie Temple Elmore
Wiison.
He was vice president and
director of the Loudoun, Fau
quier and Prince William Clear
ing House Association, a bank
ing group. He was Mercer Dis
trict Disaster Chief for Loudoun
Chapter, American Red Cross;
a director of the Middleburg
Chambe.* of Commerce and a
Goldwater to Speak
Senator Goldwater, Repub
lican of Arizona, will speak at
noon Thursday at a joint lunch
eon of the Yale, Harvard and
Princeton Clubs of Washing
ton at the Presidential Arms,
1320 G street N.W.
In fHmnrtam
QUEEN. GEORGE C.. Sr.. AND JOHN
R. In sad but loving memory of
our father. GEORGE C. QUEEN,
who departed this life twelve years
ago, February 2. 1950. and our
brother. JOHN R. QUEEN, who
passed away one year ago, February
18, 1961.
The shock that we received that
day.
When you passed away;
You did not bld us good-by.
Nor had a word to say.
So like a ship that left its mooring
And sails bravely out to sea,
Someone dear has sailed away
In calm serenity.
ALICE GAY, MARTHA CLAY
BORNE. IRVING QUEEN.
SCOTT. HERMAN L. Precious to the I
memory of our beloved son. brother I
and uncle. HERMAN L. SCOTT, who|
passed away four years ago today,
February 4, 1958.
In our hearts a memory is kept
Os the one we loved and will never
forget.
DEVOTED MOTHER. EMMA L. i
SCOTT; BROTHERS. ROBERT
AND CHARLES; NIECES AND
NEPHEWS. • j
WALLACE. JAMES (MONK). In lov- i
ing memory of our dear friend, i
JAMES (MONK) WALLACE, who
departed this life three years ago, 1
February 4 1959.
A face is ever near us,
A voice we’ll never forget:
A smile that will last forever.
In memory we can see you yst. 1
ODESSA AND GENEVIEVE. j
WILLIAMS. WILLIAM. To the per-1
petual memory of our beloved pas- ■
tor. the REV. WILLIAM WILLIAMS.!
who passed this life nine years i
ago, February 6. 1953.
O God. our help in ages past. •
Our hope for years to come.
Our shelter from the stormy blast, i
And our eternal home.
Time, like an ever-rolling stream,
Bears all its sons away:
Thev fly. forgotten, as a dream
Dies at the opening day.
O God. our help in ages past.
Our hope for years to come, f
Be Thou our guide while life shall 1
last.
And our eternal home.
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ONE OF THE LARGEST UNDERTAKERS IN THE WORLD
John E.M. Taylor,
General's Father
OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 3
(AP).—John Earl Maxwell Tay
lor, father of Gen. Maxwell D.
Taylor, died today at his home
of complications from a broken
hip suffered in a fall Novem
ber 3.
Mr. Taylor, 82, had been an
attorney here since 1936 and
had retired in May, 1952.
i Gen. Taylor, military adviser
[to President Kennedy, is ex
pected to arrive from Washing
ton tomorrow.
John Taylor was a native of
Kentucky and was reared in
Missouri, where he was ad
mitted to the bar in 1900. He
became a member of the Okla
homa bar in 1921 and lived in
Muskogee, Okla., until he moved
here in 1936.
Mr. Taylor was the general
attorney for the Kansas. Okla
homa & Gulf Railroad from
1922 to 1926 and later became!
assistant general attorney and
eventually general attorney for
the Missiuro, Kansas & Texas
I Railroad.
Mrs. Burrows,
Widow of Barber
! Mrs. Gertrude V. Burrows, I
1 63, widow of William Burrows,
one of the founders of the
Rockville (Md.) Volunteer Fire
Department, died Friday at
Providence Hospital after a!
long illness.
Mrs. Burrows, who lived at
223 East Montgomery avenue,
was born in Kensington, Md.,
and moved to Rockville in 1918.
(Her husband, until his death
in 1952, operated a barber shop
there; the first in Rockville and
oldest one in Montgomery
County.
Survivors include one daugh
ter, Mrs. Robert Dutrow of
Gaithersburg, Md.. and two sis
ters, Mrs. Eugene Ricketts, 1604
Potomac avenue S.E., and Mrs.
M. L. Walston, 1515 White
place S.E.
Friends may call at the Rob
ert A. Pumphrey Funeral Home,
in Rockville and services will
be held there at 2 p.m. today.
Burial will be in Rockville
I Cemetery.
Mrs. Agnes F. Hopkins, 56,
Retired Budget Analyst
Mrs. Agnes F. Hopkins, 56, a
retired budget analyst of Gen
eral Services Administration,
died yesterday at her home?
6900 Strathmore street, Chevy [
Chase. Md., after a long illness.
Mrs. Hopkins, the former
Agnes Ferguson, was born in
Glasgow, Scotland.
She came to the District with
her parents as a small child
[and lived in the area the rest
of her life with the exception
I of five years spent in Jackson
ville, Fla.
Retired in 1951
She began her career with
the Government as a secretary
with Internal Revenue Service
in 1933.
She then served as deputy
clerk in Juvenile Court from
1942 to 1950. As budget analyst
with GSA she worked until her
I retirement for reasons of
health in 1951.
Mrs. Hopkins was a member'
of the Takoma Park Horticul
[ tural Club. Throughout the [
years she won many ribbons I
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Seth Thomas, 88,
Judge 20 Years
SIOUX CITY, lowa, Feb. 3
(AP). Seth Thomas, 88, of
Fort Dodge, retired judge ofi
the Bth United States Circuit!
Court of Appeals, died last:
night at a hospital here. He!
retired in 1955 after serving 20 j
years on the Federal court!
' oench.
Judge Thomas, born at Mor
gan, Ohio, gave up a career as
a school teacher and admin
istrator to enter law. He was
graduated from the University!
of lowa law school in 1910. ,
He practiced law at Fort!
Dodge, was assistant United
States Attorney for the North-!
ern District of lowa and from
1933 to 1935 was solicitor of
the Agriculture Department in
Washington.
locally for flower arrange-
I ments.
I She was a member also of
the Central Presbyterian
[Church and was in charge of
its cradle roll department for
many years. She was an active
member of Chapter W of
P.E.0., a sorority of adults.
Son Died in 1946
A divorcee, Mrs. Hopkins
leaves her mother. Mrs. Robert
F. Ferguson and a sister, Mrs.
Nelson Thomas, both of 4825
Wellington drive, Chevy Chase.
A brother. Robert F. Ferguson
of Richmond. Va. also suivlves.
Her son was killed by light
ning in 1946.
Services will be at 10 a.m.
Tuesday at Hines Funeral
Home, 2901 Fourteenth street
N.W. Burial will be at, Cedar
Hill Cemetery. Friends may
call after noon tomonow at
Hines.
Silver Spring Fire
Kills Ex-Employe
Os Navy Yard
[ A Silver Spring (Md.) man
died yesterday in a stubborn
blaze that destroyed a two
story frame house at 9832 Capi
[ tol View avenue.
| The body of James Tillson,
62, a retired Navy Yard worker,
j was found in the basement.
' This occurred three hours after
I the fire was discovered at about
4:40 a.m. by a next-door neigh
bor, Mrs. Yvonne Thompson of
9830 Capitol View avenue, when
[ she put her cat out.
Police said Mr. Tillson was
alone in the house. His wife,!
.Flora, is a patient at Provi-
Idence Hospital. Their two
dachshunds and two parakeets
| also died in the fire.
The fire possibly started from
a defective oil burner, police
said. Damage was estimated at
SIO,OOO.
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THE SUNDAY STAR
Woshington, D. C.
February 4,1962
Judge Refuses
t Plea on College
' JACKSON, Miss., Feb. 3 (AP)
•—A federal judge has turned
“ down James Meredith’s second
■ request for court-ordered ad
mission to the white University
of Mississippi. Mr. Meredith is
si a Negro.
; Judge Sidney Mize ruled to
•; day that the applicant had
failed to prove he was refused
i admission to the university be
cause of race. Judge Mize said
the burden of proof that a
segregation policy existed was
I [on Meredith.
The 29-year-old Air Force
[ veteran sought a permanent
injunction admitting him to
the University. A request for
a preliminary injunction is
pending in the sth United
States circuit court of appeals.
Judge Mize said: ‘‘The evi
dence is insufficient to hold
that that policy (segregation)
is now in effect.
“ . . . the plaintiff was not
denied admission because of his
race and the evidence taken in
‘ its entirety shows clearly that
1 there was no denial of admis
sion because of his race oi‘
color.”
Nancy Sinatra Gets
Italian Film Role
ROME, Feb. 3 (AP).—Nancy
Sinatra, daughter of Frank, has
signed a contract to make a
new Italian film, Rome firm
said today. A spokesman for
Emos Cinematografica Co. said
j Miss Sinatra will have the
female lead in ‘‘Trenta Bai
onette Contro la Morte” (Thirty
Bayonets Against Death).
The film is to go before the
cameras at the end of March.
Some scenes will be made in
Yugoslavia, the spokesman
said.

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