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BOY 10 KILLED
Declares He Shot Parent
Because of Cruelties
By the Associated Press.
READING, Pa., March 10.—The
State began laying before a jury of
six men and six women today its case
against Louis Toontas, the 14-year-old
boy accused of shooting his father to
death “because he was a mean man.”
Because of the tousle-haired boy’s
age. the State seeks only a conviction,
and will not ask the death penalty.
George Toontas, 15, a brother of the
defendant, testified that “a figure that
came out of the darkened parlor” of
their home shot his father the night
of February 15.
George said he accompanied his
father on an auto repair Job that night,
rhey returned about midnight. The
father alighted first and was about to
bang up his hat in the vestibule, when
i burst of rifle fire hit him.
The father staggered from the house,
rhen the "figure” rushed from the
larkened parlor from which the shot
:ame. Twice more the rifle flashed
tnd the father crumpled to the street.
Louis, captured over the mountains
n Schuylkill County the day after a
rifle bullet killed his 45-year-old
father, James, outside the Toontas
lome here the night of February 15,
seemed hardly to realize the serious
ness of the occasion as he was brought
into court for the opening of the
He winked at "the kids” in the court
gallery as District Attorney John A.
Rieser demanded his conviction. Dur
ing the selection of a Jury and two
alternates, he was more interested in
bis boy friends who managed to slip
ay the guards and into the court room.
Whether his counsel, former Judge
John B. Stevens and Harry Lee, would
place him on the stand to tell his
story, when the time came, remained
Jail officials and investigators say
the youth told them of beatings he
and others in the family suffered at
the hands of the father, and that he
has declared, "I’d do it again,” in re
lating brutalities he claims led to the
District Attorney Rieser, outlining
the State’s case, pictured the boy as
laying in wait for his father. As the
elder Toontas left his automobile, out
side the home, the boy blazed away
from a window of the house.
Then he got into the car and drove
off. Hours later, a boy was seen
loitering about a gasoline station near
Pottsville. Truck drivers fed him
pieces of their sandwiches and pies.
An attendant’s suspicion was aroused
and he notified authorities, who took
the boy into custody and brought him
DIES AT RESIDENCE
Mrs. Emma H. Fishburn Was
Long Active at Mount
Mrs. Emma H. Fishburn, widow of
Rev. Dr. M. Ross Fishburn, former
pastor of Mount Pleasant Congrega
tional Church, died yesterday at her
home. 3109 Mount Pleasant street,
after a long illness. She would have
been 71 on March 19.
Long active in church work, Mrs.
Fishburn last year completed 25 years
of service as parish visitor of the
Mount Pleasant Church. Her hus
band was pastor there from 1893 un
til his death in 1909.
Surviving Mrs. Fishburn ate a son,
Prof. Hummel Fishburn of the Penn
sylvania State College, and a daugh
ter, Mrs. Cortland Manifold, Chevy
Funeral services will be held at 11
a.m. tomorrow in the Mount Pleasant
Church. Rev. Dr. Russell j. Clinchy,
pastor, will officiate. Burial will be
Members of the family have re
quested those who would give flow
ers to refrain from doing so and in
stead contribute to a memorial to Mrs.
riMiuuia to ue given to tnc cuuicxi.
MEMORIAL RITES SET
* FOR COL E. F. RIGGS
Services March 23 for Assassi
nated Chief of Puerto Rican
Memorial services for Col. E. Francis
Riggs, chief of the Puerto Rican con
stabulary, who was assassinated at
his post on February 23, will be held
at 11 a m. March 23 In the National
Shrine of the Immaculate Conception
at Catholic University.
The mass will be celebrated by the
Rev. T. Lawrason Riggs, Catholic
chaplain at Yale University. Arrange
ments for the service are under the
direction of the Rev. Maurice S.
Sheehy. assistant to the ractor at the
Col. Riggs, a graduate of Yale, was
a graduate student at Catholic Uni
versity. working in the department of
RITES FOR COL SHUNK
Retired Army Officer Will Be
Buried Thursday in Arlington.
Funeral services for Col. William A.
Shunk. U. S. A., retired, will be held
at 2 p.m. Thursday at Gawler's chapel,
1756 Pennsylvania avenue. Interment,
with full military honors, will be in
Arlington National Cemetery.
Col. Shunk died suddenly yesterday
while sitting in the lobby of the Cairo
Hotel, where he made his home. He
was 88 and a native of Westville, Ohio.
He is survived only by his brother
Andrew of Westville.
Lodges Seek Charters.
Charters have been asked by 25
lodges forming in Florida, according
to an announcement from the Amer
ican Federation of Government Em
ployes. About six more applications
The Capital's Most Accessible
Burial Lots, Vaults, Crypts
Non-Sectarian _ Perpetual Care
RITES FOR MRS. STEIN
WILL BE IN ARKANSAS
Wife of Naval Academy Instruc
, tor Was Victim of Auto
By the Associated Press.
ANNAPOLIS, May 10.—The body of
Mrs. Mary P. Stein, 43, wife of Lieut.
Comdr. Maurice H. Stein, U. S. N., who
died yesterday from injuries received
in an automobile accident, will be sent
to Hot Springs, Ark., for burial.
Comdr. and Mrs. Stein were injured
Sunday night when their automobile
left the Weems Creek road, struck a
pole and rolled down an embankment.
Mrs. Stein died of a fractured skull.
Comdr. Stein, who was not seriously
hurt, is a member of the faculty ot
the Naval Academy on duty in the de
partment of mathematics.
MRS. LUCY E. MORGAN
EXPIRES AT AGE OF 81
Lifelong Resident of Capital Will
Be Buried in Rock Creek
Mrs. Lucy Ellen Morgan, 81, widow
of John W. Morgan and a lifelong
resident of this city, died yesterday at
her home, 2926 Newark street. She
had been ill six months.
Mrs. Morgan was the daughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis.
Her husband for a number of years
was proprietor of the Morgan Steam
Laundry and later was employed m
the Post Office Department. He died
For many years Mrs. Morgan was
av. 1/4 »C 444 ni4 OUUU 4J^ibLU^ai Vituivu.
Surviving her are two grandsons, Dal
las Morgan Grady and R. B. Grady,
and four great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 2
p.m. tomorrow at her late residence.
Rev. Dr. H. H. D. Sterrett, rector of
All Souls’, will officiate. Burial will be
in Rock Creek Cemetery.
District of Columbia—Rain tonight
probably ending tomorrow morning;
slightly colder tomorrow, lowest tem
perature about 44 degrees; increasing
northeast winds becoming fresh to
night and shifting to northwest to
Maryland—Rain tonight and prob
ably tomorrow morning, slightly colder
Virginia—Rain tonight, probably
ending tomorrow morning, slightly
West Virginia—Cloudy, probably
rain tonight and tomorrow; warmer
tonight, colder tomorrow afternoon
Report for Last 21 Houra.
Temp. Baro. Temp. Baro.
Dec Inches Dev Inches.
4 pm_69 30.08 Midnight. 64 30.15
8 p.m_61 30.12
Tod a y—
4 a m_50 30.1? Noon_ 64 30.20
8 a m_51 30.22
Record for Last 24 Hoars.
(From noon yeaterday to noon today 1
Highest. 67. 4 p.m. yesterday. Year
Lowest. 48. 6 a m. today. Year ago, 29.
Record Temperatures This Tear.
Highest. 74. on March 4.
Lowest. 0. on January 23.
Humidity for Last 24 Hoars.
(From noon yesterday to noon today.)
Highest, 92 per cent, at 4 a m. today.
Lowest, 36 per cent, at 3:30 p.m. yes
(Furnished by United States Coast and
High _ 9:32 a.m. 10:09 a.m.
Low _ 3:54 a.m. 4:39 a.m.
High _ 9:50 p m. 10:27 p.m.
Low _ 4:22P.m. 5:00 P.m.
The Sun and Moon.
Sun. today_ 6:2* 6:10
Sup. tomorrow_ 6:27 6:11
Moon, today .. 8 49 pm. 7:07am.
Automobile lights must be turned on one
hait hour after sunset.
Monthly precipitation in inches in the
Capital (current month to date):
Month. 3936. Average. Record.
January_ 5.87 3.55 7.09 '82
Februarv ._- 3.83 3.27 6.84 '84
March . 0.02 3,75 8.84 '91
April_ — 3.27 9.13 ’89
May_ 3.70 10.69 '89
June__ 4 13 10.94 ’00
July__ 4 71 10 63 ’86
August__ 4.01 14.41 '28
September__ 3.24 17.45 34
October_ 2.R4 8.57 ’85
November__ 2.37 8.69 '89
December__ 3.32 7.56 ’01
Weather in Various Cities.
Stations. Bare. H’h.Low.fall. Weath’r
Abilene, Tex_ 29.84 78 56 _Cloudy
Albany. N. Y_30.34 42 36 0.06 Cloudy
Atlanta. Ga_29.90 70 62 Cloudy
Atlantic City_30.28 48 42 0.10 Cloudy
Baltimore. Md_30.24 58 46 -Cloudy
Birmingham ..29.98 76 50 -Clear
Bismarck. N. D_ 29.78 50 32 0.04 Snow
Boston. Mass _ 30.38 50 36 FogRy
Buffalo N. Y 30.28 38 32 Clear
Charleston. S C. 29.66 82 58 2.38 Rain
Chicago. Ill_30.04 59 36 _Clear
Cincinnati. Ohio .30.14 62 36 0.02 Foggy
Cleveland, Ohio. 30.20 40 34 _Clear
Columbia. S. C- 29.84 68 58 0.02 Rain
Denver. Colo_29.92 74 30 0.04 Cloudy
Detroit. Mich.. 30.20 44 28 _Clear
El Paso. Tex_29.74 74 54 _Cloudy
Galveston. Tex. 29.98 76 ho_Clear
Helena. Mont - 30.26 36 26 Cloudy
tt_ C rtklr on Oil HO •> A A At r>lni<elp
Indianapolis_.10.12 60 42 _Clear
Jacksonville 29.64 62 58 1.58 Rain
Kansas City_29.80 74 54 _Clear
Los Angeles_29.88 58 50 _Foggy
Louisville Ky_30.10 64 4 0 0.12 Clear
Miami. Fla_29.74 76 66 0.P8 Clear
Minneapolis_29.76 44 36 0.O1 Cloudy
New Orleans. La. 29.96 74 58 0.10 Clear
New York. N. Y. 30.30 52 46 _Cloudy
Oklahoma City. 29.82 74 56 -Cloudy
Omaha. Nebr_ 29.80 70 42 _Cloudy
Philadelphia ... 30.30 64 44 _Cloudy
Phoenix. Arli._ 29.78 86 52 _Clear
Pittsburgh Pa__ 30.20 50 34 0.04 Foggy
Portland, Me __ 30.38 36 34 0.52 Cloudy
Portland. Oreg. 30.44 52 34 -Clear
Raleigh. N. C---30.00 68 54 0.18 Rain
Salt Lake City- 30.24 70 24 _Clear
San Antonio_29.92 76 58 _Cloudy
8an Diego. Cal. 29.90 60 52 -Cloudy
San Francisco_30.02 74 54 -Clear
St. Louis. Mo.. .30.00 66 48 _Clear
Seattle. Wash.. 30.42 48 36 0.01 Cloudy
Spokane Wash. 30.34 46 28 ... Clear
Tampa. Fla_ 29.68 68 68 1.02 Cioudy
WASH.. D. C.-- 30.22 67 48 . Cloudy
Lost and Found advertisements
for the daily Star will be accepted
Mondays to Fridays, inclusive, up
to noon day of issue. Saturdays
and legal holidays up to 10 a m.
day of tssue. For The Sunday Star
up to 11 p.m. Saturday.
BILL FOLD—Black leather, containing
currency. Reward. Call Decatur 3621, ♦
BILL FOLD—Brown, in City Cab. between
13th and E sts. n.w. and Children's Hos
pital. about 7:15 Monday night. Reward.
Phone Potomac 4220.
BRACELET, platinum, small sapphires and
diamonds; Mount Pleasant car. 16th st.
bus or Keith's Saturday night. Reward.
Evenings, phone Columbia 6988-R.
COLLIE PUP. 3 months, tan and white,
name “Mack”: lost Friday. 7 D.m.. from
516 A st. s.e. Lincoln 8792. Reward.
CONTAX CAMERA, in case: on March 2.
Reward if returned to Room 801. 1346 F
st. n.w, 12*
DACHSHUND—Black, male: vicinity of
Georgetown. Liberal reward. Call Cleve
GLASSES—White gold frame. In blue Sime
case._Call Cleve. 6560 after 6 p.m. 10*
POCKETBOOK (lady's) containing 2 pairs
glasses and driver’s permit: near 1st and
E n.w., Sunday night. Reward. 1824
Allison st. n.w. Phone Adams 61120.
POCKETBOOK. lady's, black, between Le
land and Ridge sts., Chevy Chase. Phone
Wisconsin 3529-R. __
PURSE, petit point, midnight Saturday.
Conn. ave. bet. Thornapple and Aspen;
contained cigarette case. Reward. Wise.
RING, fraternity. "K. O. E.” 14th st. near
Park Bank. Return to 4208 New Hamp
shlre ave. Oolumbta 2718-W. Reward. j
SCOTTY—Male, long-haired, black; named
“Donald": back of left ear slightly bare.
Reward. 1657 Park road. Columbia 0281.
WATCH—Silver, on leather strap. Re
ward. Phene Metropolitan 3743.
WATCH—-Man’s octagon design, open face.
Illinois: Keith's or between Mayflower
and Dupont Circle. Bragg. 2007 O n.w..
WRIST WATCH—Lady's, white gold, on
Mass. ave. nr. Fairfax Hotel, reward. Da
ANGEL. MARIETTA. On Monday. March
l). 1936. at her residence. 500 F st. s.w.,
■Iter a long illness. MARIETTA ANGEL
(nee De Atley), aged 56 yea's. beloved
wife of Claude P. Angel, funeral from
her late residence on Wednesday. March
11 at 1:30 p.m.:. thence to the Fifth
Baptist Church on E st. s.w,. between
6th and 7th sts.. where services will be
held at 2 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln
Cemetery. Relatives and friends in
BANKS. FREDERICK. Departed this life
on Sunday. March 8. 1030. FREDERICK
BANKS. 1820 Wlltberger st. n.w. He
leaves to mourn their loss a wife. Julia
Banks: a devoted sister. Edna Banks,
and many other relatives and friends.
Remains resting at the Malvan At Schey
funeral home. New Jersey ave. and R
st. Funeral Wednesday. March 11. at
2 p.m.. from above parlors. Relatives
and friends invited.
BARBELLA, ROSE H. On Monday. March
9. 1036, at Georgetown University Hos
pital. ROSE H. BARBELLA (nee Keefe),
beloved wife of Nicholas G. Barbella of
707 22nd st. n.w. Funeral will be held
from Timothy Hanlon’s funeral parlors,
641 H si. ne, on Wednesday. March 11.
at 8:30 am. Requiem mass at St.
Stephen’s Church. 25th st. and Pa ave.
n.w . at 0 a m. Interment Mount Olivet
Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited.
CALLENBERGER. EMMA J. On Monday.
March 9. 1936, at Providence Hospital,
EMMA J. CALLENBERGER. beloved wife
of the late Amos K Callenberger and
mother of Mrs. Corinne 8hufelt. Mrs.
Jane Yontz. Kirk A.. Larry. Martin T.
and Car) W. Callenberger. Funeral from
the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home,
1400 Chapin st. n.w . on Wednesday.
March 11. at 3 p.m. Relatives and
friends Invited. Interment Fort Lincoln
CARTER. CHARLES H. On Sunday March
8. 1936. at his residence, Vienna, Va„
CHARLES H. CARTER, devoted husband
of Carrie Neal Carter, father of Jame6,
Almiria and Cafrie E Carter. Gertrude
Honesty. Charles L.. Robert W., Joseph
N., Paul and Harry Carter and brother
of Robert Carter Funeral from First
Baptist Church. Vienna. Va.. Wednesday.
March 11,2 p.m.. Rev. Sheridan Carter
CHINAULT. IDA P. On Monday. March 0.
1936. at Sibley Hospital. IDA. P.. the
beloved wife of the late Richard P.
Chinault, of 4005 21st st. n.e. Funeral
from the James T. Ryan funeral home.
317 Pennsylvania ave. s.e.. on Wednes
day. March 11. at 2 n m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill
COATES. WILLIAM. Departed this life on
Monday. March 9 1936 at Gallinger
Hospital. WILLIAM COATES, beloved
husband of Martha Coates, loving father
of seven children. He is also survived by
three sisters. Mrs. Matilda Johnson. Mrs.
Eunice Ashton and Miss Lillian Coates.
Remains resting at the John T. Rhines
funeral chapel. 3d and I sts. s.w.. until
2 p m. Wednesday: thereafter at his late
residence 214 I st. s.e . where funeral
services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thurs
day. March 12. Interment in Rosemont
Cemetery. Relatives and friends in
CONRAD. GIHON ALEXANDER. On Sat
urday. March 7. 1936. at his residence,
o*'**) R ct a- after a br.af illrs.ee
OIHON ALEXANDER CONRAD bsloved
husband of Roberta Walton Conrad, son
of Amos and Elizabeth Conrad, brother
of Amos. Percy and Frances Conrad.
Also other relatives and friends. Re
mains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis
funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w.. until
4 pm Tuesday. March 10; thereafter
at late residence. 223 S st. n.w. Fu
neral Wednesday. March 11. at 2:30
p m. from John Wesley A M. E. Zion
Church. 14th and Corcoran sts. n.w.
Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
IN RESCUE BETTER
Adams Saved Infant Nephew
When Gasoline Explosion
Policeman James Walter Adams, 29,
who braved death to rescue his infant
nephew front a blazing house, was re
ported recovering in Sibley Hospital
today from severe burns about the
arms, face, head and body.
A gasoline explosion made an in
ferno of the kitchen of the two-story
Adams home at 116 U street northeast
yesterday, trapping the baby and his
mother, Mrs. Mary Moore. Adams’
sister-in-law, on the second floor.
She leaped to safety, breaking her
leg in the fall. As she landed in the
back yard she called to Adams that
the infant Robert was upstairs.
The officer ran through the burning
kitchen, up the stairs and brought
Robert to safety. The child, un
harmed, was taken to Sibley, along
with his mother.
Adams, who directs traffic at Four
teenth and F streets, explained
through blistered lips the accident
which caused $500 damage:
“I was using gasoline to clean the
stove. It was one of those stoves that
has a pilot light. You don’t need a
match to light it. I thought I had
turned out the pilot light, but evidently
there was still a flicker of flame.
‘‘It caught my gasoline-soaked rag
and jumped to a pan of gasoline. I
tried to stamp out the fire, but pretty
soon the whole floor was flaming.”
CHARLES L. EBAUGH
DIES IN TAMPA, FLA.
Former Capital Resident Was
Once Employed in Depart
ment of Justice.
Charles L. Ebaugh, formerly of this
city, and active in church work here
for many years, died last Thursday
in Tampa, Fla., after a short illness,
it was learned here today.
Mr. Ebaugh left Washington sev
eral years ago to live in Florida. For
many years he was employed as a
copyist In the accounts division, De
partment of Justice, until retirement
Prior to leaving here Mr. Ebaugh
was long a member of the board of
Mount Vernon Place M. E. Church
south, ana taught a Sunday school
class there which bore his name.
He is survived by his wife, a son,
Charles J. Ebaugh, Philadelphia; a
daughter, Mrs. W. W. Haines, Olney,
Md., and four grandchildren.
Burial was to be in Tampa.
MRS. PEAK’S SERVICES
Funeral of Army Officer's Wife
Set for 2 PM. Today.
Mrs. Sarah H. Peak, wife of Maj.
Ira F. Peak. Army Medical Corps, sta
tioned at Walter Reed Hospital, died
Sunday at Walter Reed. Funeral
services were to be held at 2 p.m. today
in the hospital chapel.
Maj. Peak has been stationed at
Walter Reed for the last three years.
MRS. WILLIAMSON DEAD
Mrs. Samuel Beverly Williamson,
for 28 years a resident of this city and
active in social circles, died Sunday
at a Memphis, Tenn., sanitarium after
a long illness.
Mrs. Williamson was taken last
week from her residence, at the
Stoncleigh Court Apartments, to the
sanitarium for treatment. She came
here from Tennessee.
She leaves a sister, Mrs. L. H. Tyree
of Trenton, Tenn. Funeral services
were to be held in Trenton.
MRS. HUBBELL BURIED
Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah
Sprague Hubbell, widow of Brig. Gen
Henry W. Hubbell, were held in Ar
lington at“12:30 p.m. today.
Mrs. Hubbell died Sunday at War
renton, Va„ after a long illness. She
was the granddaughter of Maj. Gen
Williams Jenkins North, veteran of the
War of 1812 and also of Mexican Wai
fame. Mis. Hubbell had been chapiaii
at the Guadalupe dub.
COOK. CHARLEY F. Departed this life I
on Monday. March 9, 1936. CHARLEY
F. COOK, He leaves to mourn their loss
a devoted wife. Julia Cook; three broth
erg. Henry. Luther and George Cook, and
a host of other relatives and friends.
Notice of funeral later.
COWELL, MARY C. On Monday. March
9. 1936. at the home of her daughter.
Mrs. Melvina Waterholter, Cabin John
Md.. MARY C. COWELL, in her 85th .
year, the beloved wife of the late Albert !
M. Cowell. Funeral services at the home
of her son. John C. Cowell. Four Corners.
Md., Thursday. March 12. at 2:30 p.m.
Interment Rock Creek Cemetery.
DAVIS. HAYWOOD. On Saturday March
7. 1936, HAYWOOD DAVIS, devoted
husband of Leatha Davis. He also leaves
his father and mother Mr. and Mrs
Jerry E. Davis; two sisters and a host
of other relatives and friends. Remains
resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral
church, 1432 You st. n.w. Interment
Kittrell, N. C. Wednesday. March 11.
DE BOULEMENT. BALONNE VIRGINIA
WITHERS. On Monday. March 9. 1036.
at the residence of her sister. Mrs. A.
A. Withers, at Severnby, Gloucester
County. Va.. BALONNE VIRGINIA
WITHERS DE BOULEMENT. wife of the
late Baron Robert de Boulement of
Paris. France. Funeral from the above
residence on Wednesday. March 11.
DI CARLO. LEONORA. On Monday.
March 9. 1936. at Sibley Hospital. LEO
NORA DI CARLO, beloved wife of Can
deloro di Carlo and mother of Antoinette
and Albert. Remains resting at her late
residence. 38 New York ave. n.e. No
tice of funeral later.
EMBREY. HARVEY. On Monday. March
9. J936. at Sibley Hospital. HARVEY
aged 41 years, the beloved husband of
Lealia P. Embrev (nee Beach) and
father of Harvey Embrey. jr. Funeral
from his late residence 640 Eye st. s.w.,
on Wednesday. March 11. at 2 p.m. Rela
tives and friends invited. Interment
Prospect Hili Cemetery. Federal Chap
ter. Disabled Veterans, please take notice.
ENGLEHART. ESTELLE N. On Sunday.
March s, 1936, at Garfield Hospital.
ESTELLE N.. beloved wife of Frank C.
Englehart and mother of Ernest C. and
Bernard S. Staap of 1316 4th st. s.w.
Funeral from above address Wednesday.
March 11. at 2 p.m. Interment in
Cedar Hill Cemetery. (Baltimore papers
please copy.) 10*
ESTES. GLENN H. On Monday, March
9. 1936, GLENN H. ESTES, beloved son
of Addie M. and John W. Estes and
brother cf Mrs. Sue Eilbacher. Funeral
services (private) at the W. W.
Chambers Co. funeral homo 1400 Chapin
st. n.w.. on Wednesday. March 11. at 2
P.m Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
FISHBURN. EMMA H. On Monday. March
9. 1936. EMMA H. FISHBURN. Wife of
the late M. Ross Fishburn. Funeral
from the Mount Pleasant Congregational
p.m. Interment private. Please omit
FORD. MARGARET NOTES. On Monday.
March ;t. 1 (tint m New York. MAR
GARET NOYES FORD, widow of the late
Edgar Werner Ford. Funeral services
and cremation in New York. *
FREELAND. JAMES. JR. On Saturday.
March 7. 1936. at his residence. 65 N
st. S.W.. JAMES FREELAND. Jr., beloved
husband of Jessie Freeland, devoted fa
ther of James and Elizabeth Freeland.
He also leaves a beloved father. James
Freeland, sr.: one sister. Helen Freeland,
and other relatives and friends. Re
mains resting at the John T. Rhines fu
neral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.v...
until noon on Tuesday: thereafter at'
his late re»idence. where funeral serv
ices will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday.
March 11. Interment in Harmony
HELM. HARRIETT M. On Monday. March
9. 1936. at Georgetown University Hos
pital, HARRIETT M. HELM, beloved wife
of the late Charles Joseph Helm. Fu
neral will be held from Timothy Han
lon's funeral parlors. 611 H st. n.e.. on
Thursday. March 12. at 8:39 am
Reouiem mass at St. Aloysius Church at
9 a m. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
tery. Relatives and friends invited. 11
HOLT. FELIX RENOUF. On March 6.
1936. at United States Naval Hospital.
Brooklyn. N. Y . In the 57th year of his
life. FELIX RENOUF HOLT, captain
'Supply Corps'. U. S. Navy, husband of
Eleanor Granger Holt and son of the
late H. P. R. and Ella G. Holt. Inter
ment Norfolk. Va.. March 12.
HINT. ALBERT WARD. On Monday
I March 9. 1936. at his residence, til
Jackson ave.. Charlotte. N. C . ALBERT
WARD, beloved husband of Elma Law
ing and son of Catherine Ward Hunt
and the late Z. Taylor Hunt. Funeral
from his late residence in Charlotte on
Wednesday. March 11. 10
JONES. NELLIE REBECCA. On Tuesday
March 1". 1936. at her residence. 3014
Earl place lie.. NELLIE REBECCA
JONES, widow of Thomas R. Jones and
beloved mother of Mr. J. A. Jones. Mrs.
G. W. Turner. Mrs. J. H. Smith of Fitz
gerald Ga.; Mrs. C. J. Peterson of Eu
clid. Ohio. Mrs. Elizabeth Lavenroth
and Mrs. D. E. Rosa of Washington. D. C.
Funeral from the above residence on
Wednesday. March 11. at 2:30 pm
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. II
JONES. ROBERT LEE. On Saturday. March
7. 1936. at Farmville. Va.. ROBERT
LEE JONES. He leaves to mourn their
loss a father, two aunts, four uncles
and other relatives and friends. Re
mains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis
funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w . until
4 p.m. Wednesday; thereafter at his
late residence. 101 Highland ave.,
Brentwood. Md, Funeral Thursday.
March 12 at i p.m. from the Brent
wood A. M. E. Zion Church. Rev. W. R.
Jones officiating. Interment Woodlawn
KIRKWOOD. LILLIAN MAUD. Oil Sun
day. March 8. 1936, at her home. 3626
VTindom place n.w LILLIAN MAUD,
wife of Robert G. Kirkwood, lieutenant
colonel. U. S. A. Services tn the chapel
at Fort Myer. Va.. on Wednesday. March
11. at 2 o'clock, followed by interment
in Arlington National Cemetery. Rela
tives and friends invited to attend. 10*
LEWIS. JOSEPHINE. On Monday. March
9. 1036, at her residence. 2520‘a
Sheridan rd. s.e . JOSEPHINE LEWIS
beloved daughter ol Mrs. Margaret
Lewis and devoted sister of Mrs. Susie
Scopes. Mrs. Lillian Green. Mrs. Fran
ces Brown. Marjorie. Edwin William
and Robert Lewis. Remains temporarily
resting at Hunter's funeral home. 2503
Nichols ave. s.e.. and may be viewed at
her late residence after 2 p.m. Wednes
day March 11. FMneral Thursday.
March 12. at 1:30 p.m.. from the Beth
lehem Baptist Church. Nichols ave. and
Howard rd. s.e.. Rev. J. C. Banks of
ficiating. Relatives and friends Invited.
MEANT. MICHAEL J. On Tuesday. March
10. 1936. at his residence. 1027 B st
s.e.. MICHAEL J., beloved husband of
Catherine Meany. Funeral from the
above residence on Friday. March 13. at
8:30 a.m.: thence to Holy Comforter
Church. 14th and East Capitol sts.. where
requiem mass will be offered at 9 a m.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. Please omit
MONCURE. PAUL HULL. On Sunday.
March 8. 1936. at his residence. 819
South Lincoln st.. Arlington. Va.. PAUL
HULL MONCURE, beloved husband of
Elizabeth G. Moncure 'nee Hessi and
brother of Mrs. George K. Bradfield and
uncle of Mrs. E. H. Bachschmid. Re
mains resting at the Ives funeral home
2647 Wilson blvd . Clarendon. Va until
9:30 a m. Wednesday. March 11; thence
to Aouia Church. Aauia. Va.. for fu
nerai service at i.1 a.m. auermem iu
church cemetery. 10
MORGAN. LUCY ELLEN. On Monday.
March 9. 1936. at 8:49 p.m.. at her resi
dence. 2939 Newark st. n.w . LUCA EL
LEN MORGAN, aged 8! years, beloved
wife of the late John W. Morgan. Fu
neral from her late residence on Wed
nesday. March 11. at 2 p.m. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Rock
MOZIE. ROBERT. 8R. On Monday.
March 9. 193d. ROBERT. Sr., beloved
husband of Kate Mosle. He also is sur
vived by nine children, two grandchil
dren. one sister, three nieces and other
relatives and friends. Remains resting
at Stewart's funeral home. 30 H st.
n.e.. until Wednesday. March 11: there
after at his late residence. 1421 Decatur
ct. n.w. Funeral Thursday. March 12.
Rt 2 p.m.. from the above residence.
Interment Payne's Cemetery. 11
NAGLE. JAMES JOSEPH. On Sunday.
March 8. 1936. at Providence Hospital.
JAMES JOSEPH NAGLE, aged 50 vears.
beloved husband of Mary M. Nagle. Fu
neral from his late residence. East
Riverdale. Md.. on Wednesday March
11. at 8:30 a.m.; thence to St. Jeromes.
Catholic Church. Hyattsville. Md.. where
mass will be said at 9 a.m. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. 10’
PRICE. LAWRENCE. Departed _ this life
on Sunday. March 8. 1936. LAWRE1«;15
PRICE. BO Fenton st. n.e. He leaves to
mourn their loss a mother. Lenora
Price; a father. Theodore Price; six
sisters, three brothers and many other
relatives and friends. Remains resting
at the Malvan & Schey funeral home.
New Jersey ave. and R st. n.w. Notice
oi funeral later.
RANDALL. CHARLOTTE B. On Sunday.
March 8. 1936. at her residence. 3/07
Ingomar sh. Chevy Chase. D. C . Mrs.
CHARLOTTE B. RANDALL. Remains
resting at the William H. Sardo & Co.
funeral chapel. 412 H st. n.e. Funeral
(private) from the above funeral chapel
on Wednesday. March 11. at 2 p.m.
Please omit flowers.
ROBINSON. CLIFTON. On Saturday.
March 7. 1930. at his residence. 813
27th st. n.w.. CLIFTON ROBINSON, the
beloved son of the late Nathaniel and
Isabel Robinson and uncle of Costello
Robinson. He also leaves other relatives
and friends. Funeral Wednesday. March
11. at 2:30 p.m.. from his late residence.
Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis
funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w.. until
4 p.m. Tuesday: thereafter at the above
residence. Interment Lincoln Memorial
ROBINSON. ELMER F. Suddenly, on Mon
day. March ft. 1936. at Georgetown Hos
pital. ELMER F. ROBINSON, beloved
husband of Lillian E. Robinson <nee
Mills), son of B. Frank and Angie Rob
inson and brother of Albert L.. Louise.
Arundel. Lucille and Jane Robinson.
Remains resting at his late residence.
3624 11th st. n.w. Notice of funeral
SHAW. MAUDE HUNTER. On Monday.
March 9. 1936. at the Methodist Home.
Gaithersburg. Md.. MAUDE HUNTER
SHAW (nee Divine), beloved wife of the
late William O. Shaw of Culpeper. Va.
Remains resting at Gartners funeral
home. Gaithersburg, Md. Funeral serv
ices on TTiursdav, March 12. at 9:30
am., at the Methodist Home. Inter
ment Pair View Cemetery, Culpeper. Va.,
ae 1 pm. 11
HIRLEY. DORA. On Bunday. March N,
1036. at 3:15 p.m.. Mrs. DORA SHIR
LEY of 1110 Q street n.w. Survlvin*
her are three nieces and two nephews.
Remains resting at Frazter'g funeral
home. 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w Re
mains may be viewed after l p m. Tues
day. March 10. Funeral Wednesday.
March 11. from the above-named fu
rntt home at 3 p.m. Interment Lin
coln Memorial Cemetery. 10
WILLIAM ALEXANDER. Bud
fienljr. °n Monday. March 9 1036. Col.
WILLIAM ALEXANDER SHUNK hus
band of the late Caroline Merrill Shiinlc.
£s *t Joseph Oawler's Sens' chapel.
1'60 Pa. ave. n.w , on Thursdar. March
;.*• *}& o m. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 11
SMITH. ELIJAH. Depart“d this life on
Monday March 8. 1036. ELIJAH SMITH
401 Oakdale place n.v He is sur
vived bv a devoted wife. Mary Smith, a
g*u*hter. Agnes Smith: a mother. Mrs.
Shelton of New York: a brother.
FVank Smith of Philadelphia, and many
.relatives and friends Remains
resting at the Maiygn & Schey funeral
home. New Jersey ave. and R st. n.w.
Funeral Thursday. March 12 at 1 p m.,
from above parlors. Rev. Warren offi
ciating. Relatives and friends invited.
THOMAS. CARRIE C. Departed this life on
Saturday. March 7. 1936 at 8:25 p.m.
SS.t h£.r res 1 dwiic120 Heckman st s.e .
CARRIE C. THOMAS, the wife of Walter
Thomas and sister of Joanna Williams.
Elizabeth Palmer and Eva L. Ball and
devoted cousin of Amanda Wheeler and
Jennie M. Joyce. Other relatives and
friends survive Funeral Wednesday.
March 11. at 1:30 p.m . from Ebenezer
M. E. Church. 4th and E sts. s.e.. Rev.
F F. King officiating Interment Lin
coln Memorial Cemetery. 10
rHORNBIRG EMMA A. On Monday.
March 9. 1936, EMMA A. THORNBURG,
wife of the late Edward T. Thornburg.
Funeral from the W. W Chambers Co.
Southeast funeral home. 517 flth st s e ,
on Thursday. March 12. at 11 a m.
Relatives and friends Invited Inter
ment Addison Chapel, Seat Pleasant. Md.
mORNTON. ANNIE LEE. Denarted this
life on Sunday. March 8. 1836. at h-r
residence, in Penola. Caroline Countv.
Va., ANNIE LEE THORNTON, wife of the
late Joseph Thornton. She was the
devoted mother of Mrs. Sallle Minor.
Mrs. Ruth Sembly. Mrs. Hattie Freeman
and Mr. Pearl Thornton of Washington
D C. She also leaves to mourn their
loss three devoted grandchildren, one
brother and three sons-in-law. Funeral
Wednesday March 11. from Mount
Salem Baptist Church. Caroline County.
Va. Interment in church cemetery. •
riLGHMAN. IEO CELESTINE ("SAM").
Departed this life on Monday. March ft.
1936. at 10:25 a m.. LEO CELESTINE
("SAM”) TILGHMAN. He leaves to
mourn their loss devoted parents, c. Jos
eph and Sarah M. Tilghman: six broth
ers. Joseph M . Cyprian O . Leander K .
M. Bartholomew. A. Angelo and A. Cre
sentia Tilghman: four sisters. Evelyn
Howell. Agatha Durbin. Dorothea and
Angeletta Tiighman. and a host of other
relatives and friends. Remains resting
at his late residence. 652 Acker st. n e ,
Wednesday. March 11. after 12. until
7:30 a m. Thursday: thence to St. Cyp
rian’s Church, where requiem mass will
he sun? at 8 a m. Interment Mount
VEERS. JAMES E. On Tuesday March
JO. 1030. at his residence 1023 H ft.
n.w. JAMES E WEEKS, beloved hus
band of Ella Weeks and father of Maurice
f Remains resting at the Lee
ome. 4th st. and Mass. ave.
. r ere services will be held on
Thu re at- March 12. at 2 p.m. Rela
d friends invited. Interment
Fairfax Va. 11
M 17FL] CLARA VIRGINIA On Mon
c 'ar h 9 1930. CLARA VIRGINIA
V. E:» -L. the beloved wife of the
late Joan Buckev Wentzell and mother
of Mrs. Lily w. Marquette of Montgom
ery Hill Md.. and Mrs Wilma W Zook
of Bethesda Md. Funeral services at
the home of her daughter. Mrs. F M.
Marquette 1111 Straton rd Montgom
ery Hill. Md.. Wednesday March 11 at
7:15 p.m. Interment Harpers Ferry.
W Va. 11
FOl'NG. JOHN. Departed this life Sur
cay. March #. Iftfift. JOHN YOUNG of
~ C st s w He is survived by a
devoted wife. Susie Young; one son.
James Young, and many other relatives
and friends. Remains restinc at the
Malvan <fc Schey funeral home. New
Jersey ave. and R st. n.w Funeral
Wednesday. March 11. at 11:30 am
from the above parlors. Rev Warren
officiating. Relatives and friend* in
vited Interment Arlington National
5ABOLR. MARY-. A tribute of love to the
memory of my mother. MARY BARBOUR,
who left me eleven years .go today.
March 10, 1925.
Oh, whet would I give just to gaze on
And have her once more fill th* one
But Ood thought it best, and He whis
pered. "Come home
She is now with the angels, surrounding
Although she has left me and I see her
We are hoping to meet on a far better
HER DEVOTED SON RALPH.
IAMPTON THOMAS H. In sad but lov
ing remembrance of a dear husband and
father. THOMAS H HAMPTON, who de
Barted this life eight years ago today,
larch 10. 1929
He had a smile for every one.
A heart as pure as gold.
To those who knew and loved him
His memory will never grow cold
WIFE MARY. DAUGHTERS REONA
KINCADE. PEARL. In sad but loving re
membrance of PEARL KINCADE who
departed this life one year ago today.
March 10. 1935.
Just when life was sweetest
And he could have lived his best
God called him home to Heaven.
And he entered there to rest
LOVING SISTERS. ELIZABETH AND
PENDLETON. AND FRIENDS.
HeCORMICK. ROBERT EARL. In mem
ory of mv d=ar son. ROBERT EARL MC
CORMICK. who passed away two years
ago today. March in. 19.34.
Gone, but not forgotten
MEBANE. BELLE C. In loving remem
brance of my mother. BELLI C.
MEBANE. who passed into a better
world one year ago today, March 10.
There is no death! The stars go down
To rise upon some fairer shore:
And bright in heaven s jeweled crown
They shine forevermore.
And ever near us. though unseer.
The dear, immortal spirits tread!
For all the boundless universe
Is life—there are no dead
NELLIE L. MEBANE.
MINOR, REV. RICE. In sad but loving re
membrance of our dear husband and
father. Rev. RICE MINOR, who passed
away seven years ago today. March 10.
Rest on. dear husband, thy labor Is o'er.
A faithful husband and father, both
true and kind:
A better husband no one could find.
O God. what a weight of sorrow must
we lonely ones bear:
A lonely home, a silent voice and oniy
his vacant chair
HIS LOVING WIFE. ELIZA MINOR:
CHILDREN AND SISTER. BETTY
MORRISON. ALMATHA. In sad but lov
ing remembrance of my dear mother.
ALMATHA MORRISON who died thirty
five vears ago todav March K~i. 1901.
DAUGHTER. NETTIE *
NAI MANN. JOHN T. (JACK). In sari but
lather-in-law and granddaddy. JOHN T.
NAUMANN who left us five years ato
JIM. IRENE AND RICHARD. *
NEWTON. EDWARD. In lovinc memory
of my dear husband and our dear father.
EDWARD NEWTON who died five yeers
ago today. March 10. 1931.
A wonderful father in every way.
One who was better God never made.
A wonderful worker, so loyal and true—
One in a million, 'hat. father, was you.
LOVING WIFE AND CHILDREN. *
SCESCO. CHARLOTTE. In sad and loving
remembrance of our dear wife and moth -
er. CHARLOTTE SCESCO. who departed
this life two years ago today.
Gone, but not forgotten.
HER HUSBAND. JOSEPH M. SCESCO.
AND CHILDREN *
PIXTON. HAZEL B. In sad but loving re
membrance of our dear daughter and
aister. HAZEL B. PIXTON. who left us
eight years ago today. March 10. 1928.
Some may think we are not lonely
When at times they see us smile:
Little do thev know the sorrow
That we re hiding all the while.
_ THE FAMILY.
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