Saturday's obituary of Douglas A. Anello, 78, a retired Washington lawyer and former government official, should have said he worked for the Federal Communications Commission from 1946 to 1957. The name of a surviving sister also was incorrect. She is Yolanda DeVivo. (Published 11/13/90)

Douglas A. Anello, 78, a retired Washington lawyer and former official of the National Association of Broadcasters and the Federal Communications Commission, died of cancer Nov. 8 at a hospital in Melbourne, Fla.

Mr. Anello graduated from Bowdoin College in 1931 and Harvard University law school in 1938. He practiced law in his native New London, Conn., before serving with the Coast Guard in the Pacific during World War II.

After the war, he came to Washington and joined the FCC in 1946. He was chief of the legal and enforcement division of the commission's safety and special services bureau when he left the government in 1947 to join the NAB. He was the association's general counsel from 1961 until leaving in 1969. After that, he engaged in private law practice, specializing in communications law, until retiring and moving to Florida in 1984.

His marriages, to the former Evelyn Monroe and then the former Florence Palmer, both ended in divorce.

Survivors include a son from his first marriage, Michael, of La Jolla, Calif.; a daughter from his second marriage, Diane Anello of Alexandria; two sisters, Leila DeTemple of Falls Church, and Yolanda DeVido of Morehead City, N.C.; and three grandchildren.



Hilda E. Peikin, 76, a retired archivist who later worked as a clothing saleswoman, died Nov. 8 at Suburban Hospital after a heart attack.

Mrs. Peikin was born in Alexandria and lived there until moving to Bethesda this year. She attended Alexandria High School and Averett College in Danville, Va.

From just after World War II until the mid-1960s she was an archivist, initially at the Federal Records Center in Alexandria and later at the National Archives. Later, she was a retail clothing saleswoman, most of the time at Hayman's in Alexandria, until the mid-1970s.

She was a member of Agudas Achim Congregation in Alexandria.

Her husband, Alec A. Peikin, died in 1989. Survivors include two children, C. Stanley Peikin of Fairfax Station and Joan Bush of Potomac, and six grandchildren.


Navy Captain

Stephan Boutwell Robinson, 101, a retired Navy captain who served at sea during World Wars I and II, died of heart ailments Oct. 19 at a nursing home in Auburn, Calif.

Capt. Robinson was born in Roseville, Calif. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis in 1912. He participated in the Mexican Border Campaign, then during World War I, served aboard ships based at Scapa Flow, Scotland.

Between the wars, he received a law degree from George Washington University and attended the Naval War College. He had several assignments in the office of the adjutant general of the Navy, commanded a gunboat on the Yangtze River in China and assisted in the evacuation of U.S. citizens from Spain during the civil war there.

His World War II service included command of the cruiser Boise in the Pacific and command of the Tacloban and Samar naval bases in the Philippines. He retired from the Navy in 1947 after having served in Washington as deputy adjutant general. His decorations included a Legion of Merit.

In retirement, Capt. Robinson practiced law in California and served as probation officer of Placer County.

His first wife, the former Rita Hartwell Browne, died in 1964. In 1977 Capt. Robinson married the former Susan D. Zimermann.They lived in McLean and in Coronado, Calif., for the next 11 years.

In addition to his wife, of McLean, survivors include a son from his first marriage, Stephan B. Robinson Jr. of Pasadena, Calif.; and a stepson, retired Navy Capt. Richard G. Zimermann of McLean.



E. Josephine Greene, 54, a physician in the family practice department at Howard University Hospital and an assistant professor on the faculty of Howard University medical school, died of cancer Nov. 8 at Howard University Hospital.

Dr. Greene, who lived in Hyattsville, was a native of Charlotte, N.C. She graduated from the Harlem School of Nursing in New York City. She worked as a registered nurse at Harlem Hospital from 1957 until the mid-1960s, when she moved to Washington. She graduated from Howard University and its medical school. She did her internship and residency at Howard University Hospital.

Survivors include a son, Joseph B. Greene of Hyattsville; a sister, Betty Marrow of Charlotte; and a brother, Jack Wheeler of Prosperity, S.C.