95, a retired Baltimore lawyer who had served in the House of Delegates in 1920 and who retired from the Maryland National Guard as a brigadier general, died June 4 at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The cause of death was not reported.

Mr. Grymes was a 1913 graduate of the University of Maryland law school. He was a People's Court judge from 1921 to 1932 and was manager of the Maryland Home Owners Loan Corp. from 1936 to 1939. He retired from the practice of law in 1981.

His National Guard career included service in the Mexican Border Campaign and both world wars. As a company commander with the 29th Infantry (Blue and Gray) Division in France during World War I, he earned two Silver Star medals and the Purple Heart.


65, a former "Chesterfield Girl" and actress who appeared in dozens of films and who was cast opposite Robert Walker as Mrs. Jerome Kern in the musical biography "Till the Clouds Roll By," and portrayed Billie Holiday's employer in "New Orleans," died May 30 at a hospital in Los Angeles. She had cancer.

Miss Patrick was a New York model when she became a Chesterfield Girl, one of many beautiful women used by the cigarette company in its advertising. Recruited by an MGM talent scout, she appeared in dozens of films in the 1940s and 1950s before retiring to raise a family. Her film credits include "Come to the Stable," "Men of the Fighting Lady," "Mighty McGurk" and "Torch Song."