Juliet Fisher Kidney
Labor Department Official
Juliet F. Kidney, 90, a retired senior official with the Labor Department's Bureau of Labor Statistics, died July 7 at Collington Episcopal Life Care Community in Mitchellville, where she lived. She died of complications from strokes.
Mrs. Kidney spent 25 years with the bureau and retired in 1986 as associate commissioner for field operations. She managed all eight regional offices and international training.
Earlier, she was chief of the foreign labor conditions division, where she oversaw preparation of reports of labor practices in foreign countries. U.S. corporations doing business overseas used those reports.
Juliet Fisher Kidney was born in Richmond, Ind., and raised in Dayton, Ohio. She was a 1934 graduate of Mount Holyoke College and received two master's degrees in economics from Radcliffe College.
She settled in the Washington area during World War II and did work for the Office of Price Administration. She then was an economic analyst at the Central Intelligence Agency.
She was a founding resident of the Collington community and a former head of the residents' association.
Her memberships included the American Economic Association, the National Press Club and the Women's National Democratic Club.
Her husband, Daniel M. Kidney, died in 1968.
Survivors include two sons, James Kidney of Arlington and Stephen Kidney of Baltimore; and a granddaughter.
Clara Sasscer Chandler
Clara Sasscer Chandler, 85, a member of St. John's Episcopal Church in Chevy Chase and its altar guild, died June 28 at her home in Chevy Chase. She had cancer.
A church member since 1959, Mrs. Chandler volunteered at its Opportunity Shop in Bethesda. She also volunteered as a greeter at Washington National Cathedral and with Meals on Wheels.
She was a native Washingtonian and a graduate of the Madeira School and Sweet Briar College.
She was a member of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America and the Junior League of Washington.
She visited art museums and participated in book clubs.
Survivors include her husband of 60 years, Harrison C. Chandler Jr. of Chevy Chase; two daughters, Barbara Havenner of Davenport, Iowa, and Rosalind Haselbeck of San Diego; and five grandchildren.