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A A THE SUNDAY STAR Obituaries February Washington, 5, D. 1961 C. With Regard to a Card of Thanks Vary often a card of thanks The Star meets need which can hardly be solved in any other way. Not only is a gracious expression of gratitude to these who have sent floral tributes but. courteously acknowledges the services and kindnesses of the many to whom a.

personal note of thanks cannot well be mailed or whose names and addresses are not known. Insertion: of a card of thanks may be arranged by telephone to. The Star, Li. 3-5000. The Evening and Sunday Star Card at Thanks the late OLIVETTE DAVIS BROWN wishes to thank relatives and friends for the beautiful era and many other expressions of concern and sympathy during her and at her death.

RUTH G. DAVIS AND FAMILY. CAMPBELL, ANDREW D. D. The family of the late ANDREW CAMPBELL wishes to express our sincere appreciation to everyone for cards, flowers and other tokens of sympathy extended during our cent bereavement, WIFE AND SON.

FERGUSON, MRS. FRANCES The family of the late MRS. PRANCES PERGUSON wishes to thank the relatives and friends for the many expressions of sympathy, carda, flowers and kindness in our recent bereavement. HER HUSBAND, D. G.

PERGUSON, AND PAMILY. JACKSON, GEORGE (GUS). The family of the late GUB JACKSON wishes to acknowledge their grateful appreciation for the many flowers, the auto services and all the other expressions of sympathy shown his friends and associates durtheir recent bereavement, FAMILY. LOKEY, PATRICIA ANN. We wish express our sincere appreciation to co- friends and neighbors for their kindness and expressions of sympathy during our recent bereavement.

C. GENE LOKEY AND PAMILY. SMITH, HUGE FRANKLIN, The family of the late HUGH FRANKLIN SMITH wishes to acknowledge with grateful appreciation the many pressions of kindness and sympathy shown us by our many friends and neighbors during our recent bereavement. VIRGINA SMITH AND FAMILY. 5,12 Deaths BAITZ, JACOB.

On Saturday, Febru. ary 4. 1961. JACOB BAITZ of 13 Riggs rd. beloved husband of Bertha Baits, devoted father of Mrs.

Esther Zisman and Mrs. Beatrice Zuckerman, both of Silver Spring. Stanies Baits of Washington, D. Edward H. Baits of Los Angeles.

Mrs. Mildred Hamer, of Cranford. N. J. Also survived by sister, Mrs.

Rose Azrael of Baltimore. and six grandchildren. Services at the C. D. Goldberg Son Funeral Home, 4217 9th D.W., 00 Monday, February 6, at 2 p.m.

Interment Mt. Lebanon Cemeters, Workmen's Circle Section. In mourning at 200 East Melbourne Bilver Spring. Md. 6 BAKER, LT.

COMDR. FREDRICK On Tuesday. January 31, Charles County. COMDR. FREDRICK O.

BAKER of 1051 North Manchester Arlington, beloved husband of Pat Baker, father of Dan, John. Susan, Kathy and James Baker, son of Mrs. Naomi Baker and brother of Mrs. Elizabeth Epperson, William and Richard Baker. Friends may call at the Ives Funeral Home, 2847 Wilson Arlington, from 3 to 8 p.m.

Sunday, February 5. Funeral services Port Myer Chapel on Monday, Pebruary 6, at 10 a.m.. with full military honors. Interment Arlington National Cemeters. LOTTIE February 2.

1961. MRS. LOTTIE H. BARNES of 1301 1st D.w. She is survived by devoted husband.

Mr. Harvey G. Barnes: a host of cousins. other relatives and many friends. Remains resting at Horton's Mortuary.

1322 You st. n.w.. Monday. Pebruary 6, 1961, after 1 p.m. Puneral services Tuesday, st p.m.

from the Mount Airs Baptist Church. 17 st. n.e., with the Rev. C. M.

Lons. officiating. Interment tional Memorial Park. 6 BARNES. ROBERT MARSHALL.

On Thursday. February 2, 1961, Walter Reed Hospital, ROBERT MARSHALL BARNES. son of Major Robert A. and Virginia Lee Marshall Barnes of 7308 Chatham Springfield. brother of Cynthia Lynn Barnes and Barry A.

Barnes of the home. address. Friends may call at the Everly -Wheatley Funeral Home, 1500 West Braddock where funeral services will be held on Monday, February 6 at 10:30 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. BARNEY, JAMES EDWARD.

On Thursday. Pebruary 1961, Doctors Hospital. Washington. JAMES EDWARD BARNEY, hus. band of Evelyn Barney and father of Bettie L.

Hileman and James Ray Barney. He also is survived by three grandchildren. Friends may call at the Money King Funeral Home. 171 Maple ave, west. Vienna.

where services will be nerd on Monday. February 6, at Interment National Memorial Park Cemetery, Falls Church, Va. BASKERVILLE, ALICE. On Friday, February 3, 1961, ALICE BASKERVILLE of 1900 Mississippi ave. s.e., devoted wife of Bernard Baskerville.

Also surviving are other relatives and many friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by Rollins. BAUER. ROBERT On Wednesday, February 1961.

ROBERT BAUER of the U. 8. Soldiers' Home. Friends may call at Gawler's Chapel, 1756 Pennsylvania ave. on Saturday, February from 9 a.m.

to p.m. (courtesy parking opposite). Memorial services will be held at All Souls' Unitarian Church, 16th and Harvard sta. on Wednesday, -February 8. 2 p.m.

Interment Deer Creek Cemetery, Chamois. Mo. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to All Souls' Unitarian Church. CEMETERY LOTS CEMETERY LOTS 5 choice lots in National Memorial Park Cemetery (2 in Masonic section): owner has left city. Call Li.

3-2450 between 9 and 5, weekdays. NATIONAL MEMORIAL PARK- Cemeters lots for sale. EM, 3-8996. TWO, DESIRABLE CRYPTS, Cedar Hill Cemetery: will sell for the market price. Box 346-8, Star.

FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium J. William Lee's Sons Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 4th St. and Mass, Ave. N.E.

LI. 3-5200 GEIER FUNERAL HOME SINCE 1851 SENSIBLE PRICES 8605 14th St. N.W. TU. 2-2326 Rinaldi Funeral Home FUNERAL DIRECTORS Veterans Burial Allowances 810 St.

N.E, LI. 3-4880 SYMPATHY IS BEST EXPRESSED BY Flowers DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CHISLEY'S FLORIST "NEVER CLOSED" 8604 14th St. N.W. TA. 9-5548 HENDERSON FLORISTS 735 13th St.

N.W. DI. 7-5022 ALBERT KING, FLORIST 1817 Columbia Rd. N.W. DE.

2-8465 WOODLEY FLOWER SHOP 8500 Connecticut Ave. N.W. WO. 6-5747 MARYLAND JOHN SHARPER, INC. 5821 Brinkley Rd.

8.E. Oxon Hill, Md. CH. 8-8600 VIRGINIA ANNANDALE FLORIST 6858 Columbia Pike, Annandale, Va. CL.

6-2666 CONKLYN'S FLORIST 2046 Wilson Arl. JA. 7-6916 923 King Aex. KI. 9-6112 RECTOR'S FLORIST cLean, 6912 Old Dom.

Ave. DU. EL. 5-7772 6-4887 Vienna, 140 Maple Deaths FRANK 2, 1961. CLAYBORNE of 929 Madison Apt.

202, beloved husband of Zelma Clayborne and brother of Mrs. Gertrude Chestum and Mrs. Daphne Gaines, both of New York City. Also surviving are other re atives and many friends. After p.m.

Monday, February 6. friends may call at the McGuire Funeral Home, 1890 9th st. where services will be held Tuesday, Pebruary at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. cooK.

FRANCES On February 4, 1961, at the MontCounty General Hospital, PRANCES COOK of Hollygrove Silver Spring, beloved wife of Roland Cook: mother of Mrs. Dorothy Harris, Mrs. Laura dexter, Earl, George. Melvin and are seven Cook. grandchildren: Also surviving one Mrs.

Bertha Lee. and host of other relatives and friends. After p.m. Monday, February 6, friends may can at the Snowden Funetal Home. North Washington Rockville.

Md. Funeral Tuesday, Feb1 p.m. at the Sharp Street Church. Sandy Spring, with the T. H.

Brooks officlating. Interment Ash Memorial Cemeters. 6 COSIMANO, AGATHA. On Thursday, February 2, 1961, AGATHA MANO of 4702 Huron Buitland. beloved wife of Joseph Cosimano: mother of Vincent and Jerome Cosimano, Mrs.

Margaret Anselmo, Mrs. Camelle Cusimano and Mrs. Frances Chiuchlo. Friends may call st the 8. H.

Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. after 4 p.m. Saturday, February (parking facilities). Services from the above funeral home on Monday, February 6.

st 1 p.m. Interment Port Lincoln Cemetery. DAIDY. GEORGE On Fridas, ruary 3. 1061, his residence, 4445 Warren st.

n. GEORGE DAIDY, beloved husband of Marcia Daidy, father of Lawrence A. Daidy and Marcia Ann Daidy. Friends may call at Gawler' Chapel, 1756 Pennsylvania ave. (courtesy parking opposite).

Mass will be offered at St. Ann's Catholic Church, Wisconsin ave. and Yuma st. n.w.. on Tuesday.

February at 9 Interment Arlington tional Cemeters. 6 DAVIDSON, EDNA LENORA. Suddenis, on Saturday. February 1961, at the Suburban Hospital, EDNA LENORA DAVIDSON. beloved wife of George W.

Davidson. R.P.D.. Gaithersburs. Md. ter of Mrs.

Ethel Hogston, Derwood, Md. and the late Robert Hogston; mother of Gerald Betty Sue. George Opal Linda Catherine and Jerry Lee Davidson. Also surviving is one brother. Lawrence W.

Hogston, Md. Mrs. Davidson rests at Gartner's Funeral Home, 316 East Diamond Gaithersburg. Md. NOtice of funeral arrangements later.

EBERLE. FRANK H. On Thursday, Februarz 2. 1961, Sibley Hospital. FRANK H.

EBERLE, beloved husband of Norma Eberle and father of June Marie Picone, Melvin F. and Kenneth Eberle. Puneral services at the Simmons Bros. Funeral Home, 1661 Good Hope rd. s.e.

(parking facilities), on Monday, February 6. at 11 a.m, Interment Washington National Cemeters. EDWARDS, ELIZABETE of 1623 Ridge place s.e. on January 31. 1961.

wife William Edwards and mother of William Edwards. Prayers at Chambers' Puneral Home, 517 11th st. on Monday. February at 9:30 St. Teresa's Church.

13th and sts. 8.0.. at 10 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. NICHOLAS On day.

February 3, 1961, at' the Washington Hospital Center. NICHOLAS G. ELIOPULOS of 1727 Allison st. beloved husband of Lorene Eliopulos and brother of Mrs. Mary Skiados and Mrs.

Helen Russell. Friends may call at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st.

(parking facilities). Services at St. Sophia's Greek Orthodos Cathedral. 36th st. and Mass.

ave. D.W on Monday, February 6. at p.m. Interment Port Lincoln Cemetery. 5 EVANS.

FLORENCE L. On Friday, February 3, 1961. FLORENCE EVANS of 19 19th st, s.e.. beloved wife: of William G. Evans, mother of Mrs.

Margaret McCauley and Charles Smith: sister of Robert and Henry Kaiser. She also is survived by three grandchildren. Friends may call at the Lee Puneral Home. 4th st. and Mass, ave.

services will be held on Tuesday. February at 9:30 Interment Arlington National Cemeters. EVERETT, ROBERT LEE. On Friday, Pebruary 3. 1961, at District General Hospital, ROBERT LEE EVEREIT of 325 13th st.

n.e., devoted husband of Mrs. Marguerite Everett. He is survived by one aunt, Mrs. Evelyn Pierce: one uncle, James Folsom: other relatives and many friends. Remains may be viewed on Wednesday.

February after p.m. at the Hail Bros. Puneral Home, 621 Florida ave. n.w.. where services will be held on Thursday, February 9, at 1 p.m.

Interment Lincoln Memorial tery. 8 ELIZABETH (LIBBY), On Friday. February 3, 1061. ELIZABETH (LIBBY) PLEITELL of 2500 Que st. n.w..

beloved wife of Joseph Fleitell. devoted sister of Sidney Heyman and Mrs. Judith Shuman, both of Silver Spring. George Heyman of Washington, D. Miss Dorothy Heyman and Mrs.

Edna Hoffman, both of Jersey City. N. Services at the C. D. Goldberg Son Funeral Home, 4217 9th n.w..

on Sunday, February 10 a.m. Interment King David' Memorial Garden. In mourning 2500 Que st Apt. 332. FLEMING, AUGUSTA GRIMES.

On Saturday, February 4, 1961, her residence, 3538 Porter n.w., AUGUSTA GRIMES wife of the late Col. Robert J. Fleming. mother of Mrs. Leslie D.

Caretr. Midlothian, Va. and Bris. Gen. Robert J.

Fleming. USA. of Dallas. Texas. Friends may call at Gawier's Chapel, 1756 ave.

(Courtesy parking opposite.) Services will be held at Fort Myer Chapel on Tuesday, February at 3 p.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. GEISENHONER. JOHN WALTER. Of 1301 Massachusetts ave.

n.w., on February 2, 1961, beloved husband of Tillie H. Gelsenhoner, stepfather of Eleanor and Willard Bair, end Marie Scroggs, brother of Arthur Gelsenhoner. Services at Chambers Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w..

on Monday, February 6, at 1:30 p.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. GREENE, JOHN H. Suddenly on urday, February 4, 1961, JOHN H. GREENE of 212 Glenmont Falls Church.

beloved husband of Ruth A. Greene, father of John and Ann H. Greene the home address. Friends may call at the Arlington Puneral Home. 3901 North Pairfax Arlingtoon, after 10 a.m..

Monday, February 6. Notice of service later. In lieu of flowers. contributions may be made to the Heart Association of Northern Virginia, 609 North Edgewood Arlington, Va. HARGROVE, JAMES On Monday, January 30.

1961. JAMES HAR. GROVE 2016 15th st. father of Bruce Hargrove and brother of Mrs. Inez Armstrong and Mrs.

Lillian A. Johnson, He also is survived by other relatives and host of friends. After 5 p.m. Monday, February 6. friends are invited to call st the Jarvis Chapel.

1432 You st. n.w. Funeral services will be held at the Israel Baptist Church. 11th st. n.o, between and on Tuesday, February at Memorial 1:30 p.m.

Interment Lincoln Cemetery. 6 JOHN On Saturday, February 4. 1961, at his residence, 1346 Rittenhouse st. a.w.. JOHN HARTMAN, beloved husband Florence Hartman, father of Joseph A.

and John Hartman, Margaret K. Quinn and Florence Norris, brother of Mrs. Margaret H. Dietrich of Baltimore, Md. neral notice later.

(Baltimore, papers, please copy.) HASTINGS. LULA On Thursday, February 2. 1961, LULA J. HASTINGS. of 2330 N.

Edgewood Arlington, wite of the late Washburn P. Hastings, mother of Jane Elise Hastings. Friends may call at Gawler's Chapel. 1756 Pa. ave, n.w.

(courtesy parking opposite), where services will be held on Sunday. February 5, at 2 p.m. Interment private. HAYDEN, DR. CHARLES Jr.

On Friday, February 3. 1961. St. Mary's Hospital, Leonardtown, DR. CHARLES V.

HAYDEN, beloved son of the late Charles and Mary Alston Hayden, brother of 8. Paul Hayden, Washington, also survived by niece, Mrs. Telula H. Beck, Washington, D. and three sreat-nieces.

Bister Marie Delores of the Convent of The Good Shepherd, Baltimore, Bister Mary Frances, Sister of the Holy Name, Washington, D. C. and Miss Paula Beck, Washington, D. one great-nephew. Mr.

Frank Beck, Washington, D. C. Funeral from the Robinson Funeral Home, Leonardtown. on Monday, February 6, at 9:30 thence to St. John's Church, Hollywood, where mass will be offered at 10 a.m.

Interment St. Aloystus Cemetery, Leonardtown, Md. Recitation of the rosary on Sunday evening at 8. HOFFLER. ETHEL M.

On Saturday, February 4, 1961, at the Wahinston Hospital Center, ETHEL M. HOFFLER of 200 Rhode Island ave, n.e.. daughter of Mrs. Mary E. Hayes and the late R.

B. Hayes and sister of Mrs. James H. Keebler, Mrs. Ralph D.

Marr. Mrs. Louts 6. Kephart, Mrs. Marvin J.

Matthews, Mrs. H. D. Lester, Mrs. Michael Sullivan and Charles John Carl W.

Thomas W. and the late Edwin W. Hayes. Mrs. Hoffler rests at the Warner E.

Pumphrey Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia Silver Spring. where prayers will be said on Tuesday. February st 1. p.m. (parking facilities), Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.

Friends may visit at the funeral home after 5 p.m. Sunday. 6 ARTHUR On Tuesday, January 31. 1901. ARTHUR HOLMES of 5911 st.

husband of Hazel Holmes and father of James and Sonny Holmes, five sisters, other relatives also survived by brothers, host of friends. After 12. nOOn Sunday, Februars 5.0 friends are invited to call at the Jarvis Chapel, 1432 You st. n. Puneral servwill be held at the Grace Methodist Church, Fairmont Heights, on Tuesday.

Pebruary 7, 9 Interment Arlington Na. tional Cemetery, Mr. Holmes will lie in state the above church from 5 p.m. Monday. February 6.

until time of funeral. 6 HOLMES, MICHAEL, On Friday, Febru8, 1961, HOLMES of 5616 7th st. beloved son of Virginia Lee Holmes, He also to mourn his passing other relatives and mans friends. Remains resting at the John T. and Co.

Funeral Home, 3015 12th st. n.e. Notice of funeral later. HOWARD, PERRY Wednes. day, February 1.

1961, PERRY W. HOWARD. of 1829 8 st. n.w. husband of the late Wilhemina Lucas Howard, father of Perry Howard, Howard and brother uncle of of Miss Ruth Sarah Hall.

Ruth E. Howard, Thelma Howard. Judge Howard and Wesley Howard. Also sure Viving are his Ruth mani W. friends.

Howard, Notice other of relatives and later, Friends are invited to call at Columbia Lodge, No. 85, 301 Rhode Island ave. alter 3 p.m. Sundar. February 5.

Funeral serv. ices at the Asbury Methodist Church, 11th and sts. on Monday, February 6. at 11 a.m. Casket will not be opened after services, Interment Harmony Memorial Park.

rangements by Inc. IRA On Friday, Febru. 9010 3. Old 1961. Georgetown IRA E.

rd. KELLER Bethesda, of beloved, husband of Margaret Keller and grandfather of James Keller, Friends are invited to call at the Chase Funeral Home of Robert A. Pumphres. Bethesda, where serv. ices will be held on Monday.

ruary 6. at 9 a.m. Interment Monocacy Cemetery, Md. 5 KIENY, GEORGE Suddenly on Saturday, February 1961, at his residence. 16 Grant circle D.W..

He also is survived Mrs. band of Florence Fielding Klenz. GEORGE A. KIENY, beloved Helen K. Clark of Philadelphia, Pa.

neral Services Home, at the 2901. 8. H. 14th Hines Co. Tuesday, February 11 st.

on (Parking facilities.) Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. KING. ELIZABETH On Saturday, Hospital. February ELIZABETH 1961, Suburban loved wife of Alfred King: mother of Alfred and Horace E. King, Mrs.

Anna G. Deremer and William Ellis King: sister of Eva Stull, Julia Fleming. Caroline Reid and William E. Clapp. There are six Friends may call at the Takoma Funeral Home, 254.

Carroll st. 3 n.w. (parking opposite), after p.m. Sunday. Febwhere services will be held on Tuesday, February 7.

at 2 p.m. Interment Port Lincoln Cemetery. 6 KING. RAYMOND On Friday, February 3. 1961, RAYMOND W.

KING of 3616 Taylor Chevy Chase, beloved husband of Mrs. Margaret Raymond B. King Richard and father James of Allen and Robert and brother of Adolphius 1s survived by twelve grandchil. at dren. the Friends Bethesda-Chevy are invited Chase to call neral Home of Robert A.

Pumphrey, Bethesda. Md. Requiem mass will be offered at the Shrine of the Most Blessed 6001 Western ave. Interment lawn Cemeters. rd.

KORDON, on JOSEPH, Of February 1827 Belmont husband of the late Kate Kordon, grandfather of Joan Newman. Linda Saunders and Nina E. Kelly. Services at Chambers Funeral Home, 517 11th st. 6.0.

on Tuesday, February 7th at 8:15 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. KYLE. MILTON 6006 Longfellow East Riverdale, Md. Bud denly, on February 3.

1961, beloved husband of Margaret G. Kyle (nee O'Neil). father of Mrs. John M. Nagel, and Robert and KathJeen Kyle: brother of the late Howard bers' Puneral Kyle, Jr.

Home, Services at Cleveland Riverdale. on Tuesday, February 7, at 1 p.m. and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 6 LANE, CHARLES 28.

On Saturday, January 1961, CHARLES A. LANE of formerly 2293 Belmar Largo, of Kensington. Md. For many 88 years Mr. Lane was ployed Lothrop.

He buyer is for survived Woodward wife, Edna Lane, and sister, Miss Jennie Lane. Funeral was held on Tuesday, January 31, in Clearwater. Fla. Interment Chicago, Ill. ELEANOR On Friday.

LAWRENCE February 3. of 4012 1961. Everett ELEANOR Kensington. beloved daughter of Gladys and A. Sumner Lawrence and beloved sister of Albert 8.

Lawrence, Jr. Friends are invited to call st the Bethesda -Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert Pumphrey, Bethesda. Md. Services Monday, February 6. at 10 a.m.

at St. John's Episcopal Church. Bradley lande and Wisconsin ave. Interment Forest Hill Cemeters, Pitchburg. Mass.

LYNCH, SADIE B. On Monday, January 502 30, 1961. SADIE B. LYNCH of 53d st. mother of Alfred Lee Nelson, Allen Anna and Richard V.

Lynch. She also is survived by five sisters. Hart. Lillian Bailey, Carrie Carter. Effie Ollie Cook and Pearl Ford, and host of other relatives and friends.

Friends are Invited to call at the Frazier Funeral Home, 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w.. after 12 noon Sunday. February where services will be held on Monday, February 6. at 12:30 p.m..

the Rev. W. Rubin Hall officiating. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 5 MARTIN, 3, EMILY L.

On Friday, February 1961. EMILY MARTIN. beloved sister of Mrs. Lucy Knott. Mrs.

Margaret Cheney and Mrs. Oscar Gens and the late Raphael the and Phillip Martin. Puneral from Simmons Bros. Funeral Home, 1661 facilities) Good Hope rd. (parking at 8:30 a.m.

on Monday, February Thence to St. Teresa's Catholic Church where Mass will be offered at 9 a.m. for the repose of her soul. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

MASON, LUCY S. On Saturday, Febpital. tuary 1961, at Georgetown HosLUCY 8. MASON of 2853 Ontario rd. n.w.

She is survived by three nieces and one nephew. Services at the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st, p.w..

on Tuesday. February 7, at 0 a.m. (Parking facilities.) Interment Woodville. Va. MAYBERRY, Cathedral ELMER Lodge, Members of No.

40, P. A. A. requested to attend Masonic, graveside services on Monday, February 6, 1961, at 10:30 a.m.. at the Washington National Cemetery, Suitland Suitland, for our late brother.

ELMER C. BERRY. RAYMOND HARRY C. R. WOOD, Becy.

ELMER C. The officers and members of Elects Chapter. No. 2. 0.

E. are hereby notified of the death of Brother ELMER C. MAYBERRY on Thursday, February 2. 1961. Graveside services on Monday.

February 6, at 11 a.m., at Washington National Cemetery. MARGARET E. BYWATERS, W. 'M. ARDAH HENNINGS.

Secretary. MeCOART, JAMES On Friday, February 3, 1961. at Georgetown University Hospital, JAMES J. McCOART, of 7224 Leesville North. Springfield, beloved husband of Ann M.

McCoart, father of Charles C. McCoart, James J. McCoart, Jr. He is also survived by two grandchildren. Friends may call at the above residence, 7 to 9 p.m.

on Sunday, February 5 and Monday, February 6. Mass will be held at St. Michael's Catholic Church. Annandale, on Tuesday, February 7 at 9 a.m. Interment Calvary Memorial Park, Fairfax, Va.

6 McCOY, EVA. On Friday, February 3, 1961, MRS. EVA McCOY of 1801 Wyoming ave. n.w., Apt. 5, beloved sister of Miss Mattie M.

Quarles and Mrs. Agnes 'Hawkins. She also 18 survived by three brothers: one nephew, Robert Hawkins: other relatives and friends. Remains resting with L. E.

Murray Sons. 1337 10th st. n.w. Funeral notice later. MILSTEAD, LEWIS.

On Friday February 3. 1961, his residence, Woodbridge, Va. RFD, LEWIS MILSTEAD. Survived by his wife Lillie M. MIlstead, one sister.

Mrs. Pearl Meline of Washington, D. C. and one brother Archie Milstead of Alexandria, Va. Friends may call at the Baker and Son Funeral Home, 314 North West Manassas.

where services will be held on Monday, February 6 at p.m, Interment Bacon Race Cemetery, Hoadley, Va. MOON, EDWARD. On Friday, February 1961. EDWARD MOON of 1829 Kalorame rd. n.w..

father of Mrs. E. Hollins and grand. father of Kenneth Hollins, both of Detroit, Mich. Also surviving are other relatives and many friends.

Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by McGuire. Inc. MUDD, CLAUDINE LOUISE. On Friday, February 3.

1961, at Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. CLAUDINE LOUISE MUDD. aged 85. wife of the late Samuel A. Mudd.

mother of M. Phyllis Frere, Christine M. Emily T. Rogerson, Carmelite Summers, Sister Mary Samuela, C. Louise Cox and Joseph Mudd.

and sister of Sister Mary Carmel. She also 18 survived by 35 grandchildren and 38 great grandchildren. Friends may call at the Arehart Funeral Home, La Plata, until 10:15 a.m. Monday, February 6. Mass at St.

Peter's Catholic Church. Waldorf, at 11 a.m. Interment Church Cemetery. Rosary Sunday evening, February 5, 6 p.m. Beaths Father Edmond Benard, CU Dean, Dies of Burns.

The Very Rev. Edmond D. Benard, dean of the School of Sacred Theology at Catholic University, died yesterday in a fire that broke out in his study at Curley Hall on the university campus. Deputy Coroner Richard L. Whelton said the Catholic theologian suffered third-degree burns over 80 per cent of his body.

He said he would hold up a certificate of death until later this week, however, pending a fuller investigation. Father Benard, who was recently hospitalized for a heart condition, was found dead in his study about 6 a.m. after Magr. Aloysius Ziegler, head of the history department, smelled smoke and went in to investigate. Cigarette Blamed Firemen reported the blaze started from a cigar- I apparently ette in the chair near which the body WAS Part of bookcase and the baseboard in the room also were burned.

The firemen said the fire apparently smoldered about four hours before being discovered. On Faculty Since 1943 Father Benard, who had been on the CU School of Sacred Theology faculty since 1943, assumed his post as dean in December, 1959, succeeding the Very Rev. Pascal P. Parente. He was awarded the 1955 Cardinal Spellman Medal for outstanding work in sacred theology.

In 1952 he was president of the Catholic Theological So- Fred I L. Weede, 87, Former Legislator ASHEVILLE N. Feb. -Fred Lewis Weede, 87, former Pennsylvania newspaperman, Florida real estate dealer, State legislator and Chamber of Commerce official, died here today. Mr.

Weede, who started work on the Philadelphia Times in 1889, rose to the post of night editor and later became a political writer for the paper. In 1908, he became general manager and business manager of the Erie (Pa.) Herald. He moved to Florida when the papers were sold in 1920. Mr. Weede became publicity director of the Miami Chamber of Commerce but left that to become a partner in a Miami real estate firm.

He was elected to the Florida Legislature in 1927. He was named manager of the Asheveille Chamber of Commerce in 1928, a post he held until his retirement in 1940. A native of Indianola, he was a graduate of Stirling College and the University of Pennsylvania. Deaths NELSON, LLOYD. On Saturday, uary 28, 1961.

LLOYD NELSON of 4916 3d st brother of Velma Whitten, Lillian Norris, Jean ren and Tom Moody. He also survived by other relatives and friends. After 12 noon Sunday, February the 6. friends are invited to call at Jarvis Chapel, 1432 You st. where funeral services will be held on Monday, February 6, at 9 a.m.

Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 5 PATTERSON, MARGARET On Thursday. February 2, 1961, st the Washington Sanitarium. RET M. PATTERSON.

beloved wife of the late Thomas Patterson, of Mrs. Edna Kotterheinrich, Thomase William Patterson and the late James Patterson. Also surviving are nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Puneral from the Timothy Hanion Funeral Home, 3831 Georgia ave. on Monday, February 6.

at 9:15 a.m. High requiem mass at St. Mark's Church. 7501 Colesville Hyattsville, at 10 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. Friday, February 3. 5 PAULSEN, CARL G. On Monday, January 30. 1961.

in Caldwell, Idaho, CARL G. PAULSEN, husband of the late Chioris Woodring Paulstepfather of Col. Judson Wark. USA. of Fort Leavenworth.

Kans. Friends may call at Gawler's Chapel. 1756 Pa. ave. n.w.

(courtesy parking opposite), after 6 p.m. Sunday, February 5. where services will be held on Tuesday, February at p.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 6 PAYNE, ERNEST M.

On Friday, February 3, 1961. ERNEST M. PAYNE of 2430 Ontario rd. n.w. Notice of funeral later.

Arrangements by Jarvis. PEARSALL, DOROTHY. On Saturday, February 1961, at Doctors Hospital. DOROTHY PEARSALE of 2401 Calvert st. n.w..

cousin of Mary E. Griffith, Col. Willard Webb and Janice R. Webb. Friends may call at the Gawler's Chapel, 1756 Pa.

ave. n.w., (courtesy parking opposite), where services will be held on Monday. February 6. at 2 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. POPE, ALICE F. On Wednesday, February 1, 1961, at the Washington Sanitarium and Hospital, ALICE F. POPE of 8107. New Hampshire Hyattsville, wife of George K.

Pope, mother' of Mrs. James G. Nelson. G. Frederick and W.

Pope and sister of Mrs. Ida M. Mesner and Joseph W. Wild. There also are three grandchildren.

Mrs. Pope rests at the Warner E. Pum phrey Funeral Home. 8434 Georgia Silver Spring. where friends may visit between the hours of 2 p.m, to 4 p.m, Sunday.

Servthe above funeral home on Monday, February 6. at 1:30 p.m. (parking facilities) Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 5 QUANDER, JENNIE C. On Thursday, February 2, 1961, JENNIE C.

QUANDER of 1519 st. n.w., beloved wife of J. Howard Quander, and devoted mother of Mrs. Eunice K. Taylor.

Mrs. Claudia Jackson, Miss Doris Quander, Miss O. Quander, J. Howard Quander. Paul A.

Quander and Mrs. Jennie Q. Henderson. Also surviving are four sisters, Mrs. Mary Richardson, Mrs.

Anna Harris. Mrs. Margaret Bush and Mrs. Ruth Gray: one brother, Benjamin Jones; nine grandchildren and other rela. lives and many friends.

After 1 p.m. Sunday, February 5, friends are invited to call at the McGuire Funeral Home, 1820 9th st, Requiem mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday. February 6, at St. Augustine's Catholic Church, 15th between and sts.

n.w. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. 5 Promoter. Band 5. QUIGLEY, DANIEL Suddenly, on Thursday, February Hill 1961, at Sil- his residence, 2025 Forest ver Spring.

DANIEL F. QUIGLEY. beloved husband of Frances P. Quigley; father of Joan Ellsworth and Patricia Myers; brother of Joseph A. and John Quigley of Washington.

D. Francis X. Quisley of Margate City, N. Mrs. Daniel Mrs.

Jaul Sheehy, Mrs. Joseph Hopper of Washington, D.C., and Mrs. Harold Crane of San Francisco. Calif. Relatives and friends may call at the Collins Funeral Home, 3821 14th st.

n.w. Requiem mass at St. Camillus' Church. 1500 St. Camillus Silver Spring, on Monday, Feb.

ruary. 6. at 10 a.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 5 QUANDER, JENNIE C.

All members of St. Augustine's Sodality are requested to meet for prayers for the late JENNIE C. QUANDER at the McGuire Funeral Home, 1820 9th st. n.w., day, February 5. 1961, at 7:30 p.m.

FATHER LEONARD HURLEY, Spiritual Director. MRS. MAE T. BRENT, Prefect. MRS.

PAULINE JONES. Miss Lucy Of Noted Family Miss Lucy Stephenson Mason, 80, direct descendant of George Mason of Gunston Hall, an American founding father, died yesterday in Georgetown University Hospital after long illness. The daughter of Gerard and Mary Heloise Daunis Mason, Miss Mason spent her girlhood in Woodville, Va. She was employed by the Veterans Administration for many years before her retirement 1948. Miss Mason lived at 2853 Ontario road N.W.

She leaves six nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements are being handled by' the S. H. Hines Funeral Home. Alfonso Araujo, Colombian Envoy NEW YORK, Feb.

4- (AP). Alfonso Araujo, 58, Colombia's Ambassador to the United Nations, died tonight of cancer at Memorial Hospital. Holder of various posts in the Colombian government, he had served as his country's envoy to the U. N. since September 4, 1957.

Mr. Arujo had peen. Ambassador to. Brazil and to Venezuela in 1937-38. He was variously Colombia's director of national police, Minister of War, Minister of National Education and Minister of Finance.

Dr. Heinz Lord, 43, Medical Group Head BENSON, HUBERT LIONEL. On Friday, February 3, 1961, at Arlington Hospital, HUBERT LIONEL BENSON of 2500 N. 12th st. Arlington.

beloved husband of Virginia Mae Benson, father of Donald. Robert Benson of Alexandria. Miss Peggy Joan and Tammy Marie Benson of the home address, Arlington, brother of Freddie. Claude, Elden, Lawrence and Aidie Benson. Mrs.

Eva Vest and Mrs. Virginia McNight. Friends may call the Ives Funeral Home, 2847. Wilson, Arlington, where funeral servwill be held Monday, February 6, at 3:30 p.m. Interment Columbia Gardens Cemetery.

6 BERKLEY, HENRIETTA C. On Friday. February 3, 1961, at Prince Georges General Hospital, Cheverly, MRS. HENRIETTA C. BERK.

LEY of 2007 Oglethorpe Hy. attsville. beloved mother of William N. Berkley, of Vienna. and grandmother of Darlene Marie and Steven Edward Berkley.

She also is survived by two brothers, Bernard and Frank claveloux. and her sister, Irene C. Claveloux. Remains resting at Hysong's Funeral Home, 1300 st. n.w..

where prayers will be said on Tuesday, February at 8:25 a.m.; thence to John Baptist de La Salle Catholic Church, 5706 Sargent Chillum. where the holy sacrifice of the mass will be offered at 9 a.m. for the repose of her soul. Interment St. Joseph's Catholic Cemeters.

Hanover, Pa. BOGLEY, EMORY E. On Friday, February 3, 1961, his home, 5817 Kenwood Perk, EMORY H. BOGLEY, beloved husband of Jennie A. Bogley and father of Mrs.

Jane B. Maddox and Sam. uel E. Bogley. He also is survived by six grandchiidren, Friends art invited to call at the Bethesda.

Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert A. Pumphrez. Bethesda, where services will be held on day, February 6, at 2 p.m. Interment Rockville Cemetery. BORROR.

PRESTON E. On Saturday, February 1961. PRESTON BORROR of 7733 Frederick West Lanham Hills, husband of Virginia Borror; father of Carolyn, Jacqueline. Stewart. Howard, Preston and Harold Borror: son of Mrs.

Fanny Borror; brother of Mrs. Frank Butts, Miss Lahoma Borror and Garnett Borror. Three grandchlidren survive. Services at Chambers Funeral Home, 5801 Cleveland Riverdale, Tuesday, February 7. 7:30 a.m.

Interment Arlington National Cemetery. BOYKIN, LILLIE BELL. On Mondas, January 30, 1961, LILLIE BELL BOYKIN of 4309 st. beloved wife of Smith Boykin and mother of Ethel Boykin, sister of Mrs. Sallie Parr of Mobile, Ala.

After 3 p.m. Saturday, February friends may call the Frazier Funeral Home, 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w., where services will be held on February 6, at 1:30 p.m.. the Rev. Henry Miles officiating.

Interment Woodlawn Cemeters. PAUL. On Thursday, 2, 1961, at Casualty Hospital. PAUL BRADSHAW of 6606 Barnaby st. n.w., beloved husband of Helena Bradshaw, father of Aaron Bradshaw: brother of Maj.

Gen. Aaron Bradshaw, Robert Leech Bradshaw and 'Henry Brad. shaw. Friends may call at Gawler's Chapel. 1756 Pennsylvania ave.

(courtesy parking opposite), where services will be held Monday, February 6. at 11 a.m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. BRADSHAW. PAUL.

An emergent communication of Washington Centennial Lodge, No. 14, A. hereby called for 8:15 p.m. Sunday. February 5.

1961. st Gawler's Chapel, 1766 Pa, ave. n.w.. for the pose of conducting the last Masonic rites for our late brother, PAUL BRADSHAW. JOHN B.

MICHAEL CLEMMONS. RAE. Secs. BRADSHAW, PAUL, Washington Lodge No. 15 B.

P. O. Elks will assemble at Gawler's Funeral Home. 1756 Pa. ave.

D.W., Sunday, February 5, 1961, at 7:30 p.m. to exemplify the ritual of the order. memory of our late brother, PAUL BRADSHAW. JOHN P. STEWART.

Exalted Ruler. BRADY, SUSAN MYRTLE. On Thursday, February 2, 1961, SUBAN MYRTLE BRADY (nee Riggs). of Box 58, Central Mitcheliville, beloved wife of the Francis H. Brady, mother Mrs.

Altie Zecca. Mrs. Louise Hill and Mrs. Marguerite Hamilton. Friends may call at the Ritchie Brothers Funeral Home, Upper Marlboro, Md.

Re quiem Mass will be celebrated in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Upper Marlboro, on Monday, February 6. at 10 a.m. Interment Mt. Carmel Cemetery.

BRECKINRIDGE, ISABELLA GOOD. RICH. On Friday February 1961, at York, Me. ISABELLA GOODRICH BRECKINRIDGE, wife of the late John Cabel Breckinridge. mother of Mrs.

Jefferson Patterson of Washington, D. and Robert Breckinridge of New York. A memoriai will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, February 8, in the Chapel St. James Episcopal Church, New York.

In lieu of flowers contributions to the York Hospital would be appreciated. BREWER. GUY Jr. On Friday, 3, 1961, Mount Alto Hospital, GUY C. BREWER, of 4700 Highland Bethesda, Md.

beloved son of Mrs. Helen Z. Brewer Deaths and brother of Robert 8 and William 8. Brewer. Friends are invited to call at the Bethesda Chase Funeral Home of Robert A.

Pumphrey, Bethesda, where services will be held on Tuesday, February 7. at 12 noon, Interment Arlington National Cemetery. Family will receive friends on Sunday and Monday. February 5 and 6. from 7 to 9 p.m.

BROWN. MABY W. On Thursday, February 2. 1961. at her residence.

1036 Crittenden st. n.e.. MARY W. BROWN, beloved wife of Albert Brown, mother of Mrs. Thelma A.

Lewis, Mrs. Murlease Skinker, Mrs. Ellen W. Smith, William A. and Albert Brown; sister of Mrs.

Regina Oidwine and Joseph Wilson. She also is survived twelve grandchildren, two greatgrandchildren, other relatives and The late Mrs. Brown mas be viewed at the Stewart Funeral Home, 30 st. n.e.. after 11 a.m.

February 5. Mass will be offered on Monday, February 6, St. Baptist de La Salle Catholic Church, 5700 Sargent Chillum, at 10 am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 5 BROWN, JOSEPH A.

On Saturday, February 4, 1961, at his residence. Juniper st. JOSEPH A. BROWN, beloved husband of Ruth L. Brown, father of Philip and Joseph L.

Brown, brother of Philip D. Brown, Funeral from Collins Funeral Home, 3821 14th st. n.w., on February at 9 a.m. Requiem mass at St. Michael's Church.

805 Wayne Silver at 9:30 a.m. Kindly omit flowers. Friends may make donations to the Seton Guild of St. Ann's Infant and Maternity Home, Viewing on Sunday. February 7 to 9 p.m..

and on Monday. from 3 to 5 p.m. and to 9 p.m 6 CANNON, 31. PHATE. On Tuesday, Jan1961, PHATE CANNON of 1722 Fannie 2d st.

n.w., husband father of of Mrs. Cannon and Rosa Lee, He also is survived by granddaughter, Pannie; two sisters, Tolithia and Viola Marshall: three brothers, Columbus, Adward and Easton Cannon, and other relatives and friends. Priends may call at the Prazier Funeral Home, 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w., after p.m. Sunday, February 5, where services will be held on Monday, February 6, at 8 p.m.

Interment Arlington National Cemetery, Tuesday. February 7. CARVER, FLOYD MASON, Suddenly, on Friday, February 3, 1961, the Washington Sanitarium and Hospital. PLOYD MASON CARVER of 206 Hillmoor drive. Silver Spring.

husband of Alicegene Carver, father of Jean Lynn and Joan Carole Carver, and brother of Clinton Harry M. and Richard L. Carver. Mr. Carver rests at the Warner E.

Pumphrey Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia Silver Spring, Md. (parking facilities). Service on Tuesday, February at 10 a.m.. at St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Colesville rd.

and Highland drive. Silver Spring, Md. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. Friends may visit at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Sunday.

6 CARVER, at 8:45 p.m. for the purpose of conducting Masonic memorial service for our late Brother FLOYD M. CARVER. CHARLES M. KRAUTLER, W.

M. J. F. HUTCHISON, Secretary. CAREY.

WILHELMINA GREEN. On Thursday. February 1961, WILHELMINA GREEN CAREY 1128 Constitution ave. n.e., wife of Ernest Carey and mother of Shirley M. Wheeler and Doris G.

Landon; niece of Pearl, Frank and Morris Green and Daisy Yates. Also surviving are other relatives and friends. After 4 p.m. Monday, February 6. friends may call st the Walter E.

Hunter Funeral Home, 2512 Sheridan rd. s.e., where services will be held Tuesday, February 7, at 1 p.m. Interment in Woodland Cemetery. CHURCH, LOUIS MELVILLE. On Friday, February 3, 1961, at St.

Mary's Hospital, LOUIS MELVILLE CHURCH of Leonardtown. beloved husband of Elizabeth Mattingly Church and father of Mrs. Faith Lee Seay and Gwynn Wallace six grandchildren, Friends may Church. He also a survived by call at the Mattingley Funeral Home, Leonardtown, Md. where prayers will be said on Sunday, February 5.

at 8:30 p.m. Mass will be said on Monday, February 6, at 11 a.m., at Our Lady's Chapel, Medleys Neck, Md. Interment st. Aloysius Cemetery. CARVER, FLOYD M.

Members of Silver Spring Lodge No. 215, A. F. and A. are requested to assemble at the Warner E.

Pumphrey Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia Silver Spring, Monday, February 6, 1961, CHICAGO, 4 (AP)Dr. Heinz Lord, 43, president of the World Medical Association, died of heart -attack yesterday while here for meeting of the American Medical Association. Dr. Lord, whose headquar ters are in New York, spoke at the AMA conference on medical education before he was stricken. He became president of WMA January 1.

Leon Kelston, 54, Consulate Officer ciety of America. He was presented the Ecclesia et Pontifice Medal by Pope Pius XII in 1954. Father Benard was the editor responsible for the general field of theology for the new Catholic Encyclopedia, now being prepared at Catholic University. The 15-volume work is to be published in 1964. Was Author FATHER BENARD Born in Boston, he was graduated from Holy Cross Collge in 1936 and ordained for the diocese of Springfield, in 1941.

He received his doctorate in sacred theology from the University of Montreal in 1942 and his doctor of philosophy degree from Catholic University in 1952. Father Benard was the author of the books, "A Preface to Newman's published in 1945, and "The Appeal to the Emotions in Preaching." published in 1944. He also was co-author -of two books, "American Essays for the Newman Centennial," 1947, and "Studies in Praise of Our Blessed Mother," 1952. He was widely known as retreat master and as a radio and television preacher, and conducted many programs on the Catholic Hour, a network radio program. In the summer of 1955, at the request of the Defense Department, Father Benard went to the Far East to conduct retreats for Catholic chaplains in the military service.

He leaves his mother, Mrs. Alice Benard of Springfield, and a sister, Sister Helen Francis. A pontificial requiem mass will be offered by the Most Rev. Patrick A. O'Boyle, Catholic Archbishop of Washington and chancellor of Catholic University, at 10:30 a.m.

Tuesday at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. The Office of the Dead will be said at 8 p.m. Monday in the chapel of Caldwell Hall. Burial will be in Springfield. I Deaths RICH, EARL On Thursday, February 1961, at Cleveland.

Ohio, RICH. beloved husband of Anna Miller Rich. son of Edith Matthes Rich and the late Charles Rich; brother Paul Glenn and Richard H. Rich. Friends may call at the Ives Funeral Home, 2847 Wilson Arlington.

on Sunday. February 5, from to and to 9 p.m., where funeral services will be held on Monday. February 6. at 2 p.m. Inter.

ment Fort Lincoln Cemeters. 5 EARL L. An emergent communication of St. John's Lodge No. 11, F.

A. A. M. is called for Monday, 6, 1961. at 1:30 p.m.

at the Ives Funeral Home, 2847 Wilson Arlington, for the purpose of conducting Masonic funeral serv. for our late brother EARL L. RICH, RUSSELL S. W. M.

CRAWFORD C. Secy. ROBERTS, CLAYBRON. Cn Monday, January 30, 1961, ROBERTS of 627 Newton place D.W.. husband of Ellen Roberts and father of Thalia Sewell.

Powhatan Lucas, Mary Williams, Claybron, Lee Edward and Isaac Roberts. He also is survived by other tives and friends. After 12 noon Sunday, February 5. friends are invited to call at the Jarvis Chapel, 1432 You st. where funeral services will be held on Monday, February 6, at 2 p.m.

Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 5 ROBINSON, DOROTHY. On Thursday, February 2. 1961, at Washington Hospital Center. MRS.

DOROTHY ROBINSON of 1901 Lincoln rd. n.e. She is survived by devoted Mr. James Jackson: law. other relatives.

and many friends. Funeral services and interment Chattanooga, Tenn. Arrangements by the R. N. Horton Morticians, 1322 You st.

n.w. RUSSELL, CHARLES M. On Thursday, February 2. 1961, at Annapolis, CHARLES M. aged years, beloved husband of Anna Russell.

Funeral on Sunday, February 5, at 2 p.m., from the Taylor Funeral Chapel, 147 Gloucester Annapolis. Md. Interment Cedar Bluff Cemetery, Annapolis, Md. SANDERS, EUGENE Jr. (GENE).

On Thursday. February 2, 1961. the Arlington Hospital, EUGENE LEE (GENE) SANDERS. husband of Sylvia S. Sanders of 3527 Franconia Alexandria, father of James Sanders of Kentucky and Mrs.

Jean Selstad of California. Friends may call at the Everly-Wheatley Funeral Home, 1500 West Braddock dria. where funeral services will be held on Monday. February 6. at 12:45 p.m.

Interment Stonewall Memory Gardens. 5 SCHOEN, GOLDIE. On Saturday, February 4, 1961, at her residence, GOLDIE SCHOEN of 4813 Capitol beloved mother of Thomas G. Schoen. Simon and 8.

Louis Schoen both of Silver Spring, Mrs. Shirley Costantino, Mrs. Bertha Botzko of Jacksonville, Fla. and Mrs. Alice Michener of Chantilly, Va.

She also is survived by 7 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Funeral services at the Bernard Danzansky and Sons Funeral Home, 3501 14th st. n.w.. on Monday, February 6 at 11 a.m. Interment D.

C. Lodge Cemetery. Memorial week 4813 N. Capitol Apt. 102.

Please omit howers. 6 SCHREIBER, RALPH W. On Saturday, February 4. 1961. at George Washington Hospital, RALPH W.

SCHREIBER of 1916 Columbia pike. ton, beloved husband of Helen M. Schreiber, brother of Clayton K. and Hazel C. Schreiber.

Friends may call at the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w., after 6 p.m.

Sunday. Services from the above funeral home on Tuesday, February 7, at 12:30 p.m. (parking facilities). Interment Arlington National Cemetery. Rochester, 'New York papers please copy.

6 COLLINS FUNERAL HOME Telephone Randolph 6-7117 Francis J. Collins 3821 14th St. N.W. FRANKFURT, Germany, Feb. 4 Kelston, 54, economics officer of the United States consulate general in Frankfurt, died today in the U.

S. Army hospital at nearby Landstuhl after a six-week illness. The cause of death was not announced. Mr. Kelston came here in 1959 from duty with the State Department in Washington.

A native of France, he went to the United States as a young man. He was active in the import-export business before joining the government in 1942. State Department records showed he attended City College of New York in 1929 and American University in Washington in 1946-47. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Mary Kelston; a daughter and son.

Mrs. Samuel A. Mudd, Linked to Booth Physician Mrs. Samuel Mudd, 85, daughter-in-law of the physician who set John Wilkes Booth's leg after the actor shot Abraham Lincoln, died Friday in Bon Secours Hospital in Baltimore. Mrs.

Mudd had hospitalized since a stroke on Thanksgiving Day. Until recent years, she lived at the family home in Waldorf, Charles County, where Dr. Mudd died. Mrs. Mudd was remembered for her unfailing courtesy to the many historians and tourists who came to see the sevenroom frame house where Booth sought help after the assassination of President Lincoln on April 14, 1865.

She became an authority on the subject and often was asked to check articles being developed on Dr. Mudd's role in the event. Felt Duty -Bound Mrs. Mudd did not regard visits nor requests for information as invasions of her privacy. It was her duty to help I those interested, she 'said, for Deaths SNIEGOSKI, ANTON I Betur-.

day. January 28, Juan Puerto Rico: ANTON SNIEGOSKI. beloved husband of Mrs, Marilyn of Paul, Linda and Debra Snickoski and son of Mrs. Madelle G. Sniesoski, He is also survived by his sisters Mrs.

Anne Braunstein, Mrs. Frances Pender sand Mrs. Marcia Walker. Friends may call at Hysong Funeral Home, 1300 st. D.

where services will be held on Monday. February 6 at 11 a.m, Inter. ment Arlington National Cemetery. STAPLER. MARGARET RAMSAY.

On Saturday, February 4 1961, at Bethesda Naval Hospital. MARGARET RAMSAY STAPLER of 86 Rhode Island Newport. R. and Washington. D.

G. beloved wife of Capt. John USN. ret. Friends may call at Gawler's Chapel.

1756 Pa. ave. n.w. (Courtesy parking opposite.) Services will be held at Pt. Myer Chapel on Tuesday, February at 10 a.m.

Interment Arlington National Cemetery. It is requested, in lieu of flowers. contributions be sent to the Newport (R. Public Health Nursing Association. WALLERSTEIN, HARRY.

On Wednesday. February 1961. at his residence, 1407 Roxanna rd. n.w. HARRY WALLERSTEIN, beloved husband of Rose Wallerstein and devoted of Mrs.

Charlotte Kiell of Rockville, Mrs. Gloria Derkey of Bethesda, and Sheldon Wallerstein. He also is survived by sister, Mrs. Celia Rosen, and brother, Jack Wallerstein, both of New York. Interment services at the King David Memorial Garden on Sunday, Februarg 5, at 1 p.m, Memorial week, 1407 Roxanne rd.

n.w. sky Funeral Service.) 5 WALTER, GORDON On Tuesdas, January 31, 1961, at George Washington University Hospital. GORDON H. Walter, father of Charles Walter WALTER, husband of Martha Silver Spring, and brother of John Walter of Nokesville, Robert Walter of Washington, D. and Mrs Mae Wheeler of Mount Rainier, Md.

Friends may call at Pearson's Funeral Home, 472 North Washington Falls Church, after 6 p.m. Saturday, February Funeral from the Arlington Assembly of God Church, 4501. North Pershing drive, on Monday, February 6. at. 1 p.m.

Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 5 the event was part of the country's history. Mrs. Mudd's husband, farmer, died many years ago. All of Dr.

Mudd's. seven children are dead, and Mrs. Mudd was the last of his children-inlaw to survive. Bornin Bryantown, she was the former Claudine Louise Burch. In recent years, her son, Joseph B.

Mudd, took over the family home and the farm of more than 200 acres. 6 Daughters Besides her son, Mrs. Mudd leaves six daughters, Mrs. M. Phyllis Free of Tompkinsville, Mrs.

Christine Clements, of Newport, Mrs. Emily T. Rogerson of Richmond; Mrs. M. Carmelite Summers of 3613 Twentysixth street N.E.; Sister Mary Samuela of Norfolk, and Mrs.

C. Louise Cox of La Plata. Also surviving are 35 grandchildren, 38 great-grandchil4 dren, and a sister, Sister Mary Carmel of Baltimore. A requiem mass will be offered in St. Peter's: Roman Catholic Church in Waldorf at 11 a.m.

tomorrow. Burial will be in the church Deaths GORDON H. The members of Arlington No. 139. The American Lesion, Gre requested assemble runeral Come, 472 North Washington Falls Church, on day, February 1961, at 8 p.m.

ot conduct Legion serve ices for our departed Comrade GORDON JACK F. WALTER. HILL, Commander. WALSE. HARRY On Thursda February 1961.

HARRY WALSH of 1445 Otis place beloved husband of the late Maude Nalley Walsh. Services at the Celer Funeral Home, 3605 14th st. on Monday, February 6, at 1 Interment Fort, Lincoln Cemeter WATKINS. ALBURN On day, February 2, 1961. ALBURN at H.

his home, Fairland. KINS. beloved husband of the late Nettie Watkins and father of Jossie Dodson, Ora D. Musgrove, Winifred Bean and Fernie: O. Droneneurs.

He also is survived by fifteen grandchildren, fortseone great-grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Friends are invited to call at the Bethesda- Chevy Chase Funeral Home of Robert A. Pumphrey. Bethesda. Md.

Services will be held on Sunday, February 5, at 2 p.m., at the Bethesda Methodist Church. 8300 Old Georgetown rd. and Huntington Bethesda, Md. Interment Bethesda Methodist Church Cemetery. Md.

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