Frederick George Heinze III, 56, a lawyer, land developer and owner and operator of a food franchise, Pizza Hotline in Southern Maryland, died July 27 at Fairfax Hospital after a heart attack. He lived at Sarum, a historic home in Charles County, Md.

Mr. Heinze practiced law in Washington and La Plata, Md. He was a past president of the Charles County Chamber of Commerce and former chairman of the Economic Development Commission of Charles County.

He was also a member of the National Labor Relations Board and was a Republican fund-raiser in Montgomery and Charles counties.

In addition, Mr. Heinze served on the board of trustees of Trinity College in Washington and was instrumental in reestablishing the historic Carmelite Monastery in Port Tobacco, Md.

Mr. Heinze had been a board member of Congressional Country Club in Bethesda and Hawthorne Country Club in La Plata, and had won golf championships at both clubs. He was a member of the Maryland Golf Association.

A native of Tulsa, Mr. Heinze grew up in St. Joseph, Mich. He came to the Washington area to attend Georgetown Preparatory School. He was a 1956 graduate of Georgetown University and a 1959 graduate of Georgetown University law school.

Survivors include his wife, the former Mary Ellen O'Neal; seven children, Mary Kayne Heinze and Catherine Anna Kelly, both of Washington, Megan Marie Heinze, Frederick George Heinze IV, Christian O'Neal Heinze and Gretchen Eileen Heinze, all of Charlotte Hall, Md., and Ralph Kenefick Heinze of Alexandria; and two sisters, Eileen Heinze Globensky of St. Joseph and Mary Anne Heinze Romano of Rome and Siena, Italy.


Army Personnel Specialist

Juliette E. Miley, 74, retired Army personnel management supervisor specialist, died of congestive heart failure July 26 at Fairfax Hospital.

Miss Miley, who lived in Alexandria, was born in Charlestown, W.Va. She attended Mary Baldwin College and graduated from Shepherd College in Shepherdstown, W.Va.

She moved to Washington and began working for the Army as a personnel specialist in 1941. Her duties involved assignment of military personnel to various theaters in three wars.

She retired in 1989.

She was a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and Asbury United Methodist Church in Charlestown.

Survivors include two sisters, Kathleen M. Deering of Arlington and Janet M. Snyder of Charlestown.


Club Member

Virginia B. Emes, 51, a member of the Junior League, the Sulgrave Club and the Georgetown Garden Club, died July 29 at her home in Washington of complications related to diabetes.

Mrs. Emes was born in Memphis and had lived in the Washington area for 25 years.

She had served on the women's board of Columbia Hospital.

Survivors include her husband, Edward L. Emes, and a daughter, Virginia Radley Emes, both of Washington.