Julia B. Miles, 71, clerk at elementary schoolJulia B...

April 08, 1996

Julia B. Miles, 71, clerk at elementary school

Julia B. Miles, a clerk at the former Phillis Wheatley Elementary School in Baltimore, died Tuesdayof respiratory failure at St. Agnes Hospital. She was 71.

Born Julia Bates in Baltimore, she graduated from Frederick Douglass High School in the mid-1940s. After graduation, she married James Walter Miles, and they settled in West Baltimore. Mr. Miles is deceased.

She had held titles in several orders including: Guiding Light Chapter No. 18, Order of Eastern Star; Daughter Ruler at Great Southern Temple 30, I.B.P.O.E.W.; Peace and Harmony Council; and Tri-state Association, I.B.P.O.E.W.

In the late 1950s, she became an administrative clerk at the former Wheatley School, where she worked for about 10 years.

Services will be held at 11: 30 a.m. today at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 1000 Saratoga St.

Survivors include two sons, Walter Miles of New York City and Joseph Miles of Baltimore; two daughters, Jeanette Miles and Julia E. Miles, both of Baltimore; two brothers, Wilbert Bates and George Knox, both of Baltimore; and a sister, Helen Scott of Baltimore.

Frank K. Bosworth Jr., 73, food brokerage executive

Frank K. Bosworth Jr., a retired food brokerage executive, died at his Roland Park home Wednesday of an apparent heart attack. He was 73.

In 1966, Mr. Bosworth bought R. L. Fitzwater Co., a Pennsauken, N.J.,-based food brokerage company from which he retired as president in 1985. Earlier, he worked for Clorox Co. and W. R. Grace Co. in New York. He moved to Roland Park two years ago.

The former Moorestown, N.J., resident who was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., earned a bachelor's degree in 1945 from Yale University.

During World War II as a Marine Corps lieutenant, Mr. Bosworth led a rifle platoon in the invasion of Okinawa and received the Navy Cross.

He was a member of the Elkridge Club.

Services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, 5603 N. Charles St., where he was a communicant.

He is survived by his wife of 48 years, the former Ann M. Abernathy; two sons, R. Peter Bosworth of Roland Park and Frank K. Bosworth III of Lebanon, Pa.; and a grandson.

Pub Date: 4/08/96

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