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CAMPBELL. JOHN E. The family of the late JOHN E. CAMPBELL who died May 4. 1030. at his residence. 113 T »t. n.w.. wish to express their heartiest thanks and appreciation for the sympathy and kindness extended. THE FAMILY. • ELLIS. BENJAMIN. F. The wife arfB fam ily of BENJAMIN F. ELLIS wish to ex tend their sincere thanks to the many pastors and friends for their kindness and patience during their dark hour of MRS.WANNIE ELLIS AND FAMILY. • JACKSON. CHARLES F. Gratefully ac knowledging and thanking you for your kind expressions of sympathy. WIFE. BERTHA JACKSON. • THOMAS. JAMES. Wp extend our thanks and hearty appreciation to the relatives friends neighbors, the employes of the Railway Mail Service and Mutual Asso ciation of Postal Employes for their kind expressions of sympathy: also Rev. E. C. Smith for his impressive eulogy de livered during our recent bereavement and loss of our loved one. JAMES THOMAS. _ WIFE. NAOMI WILSON THOMAS. AND FAMILY. UratliB ANDERSON. ANDREW Departed this life on Wednesday. May 0. 1030. at Gallinger Hospital. ANDREW ANDERSON devoted husband of the late Emma J. Anderson and loving father of Mrs. Lucy Hughes. Mrs. Annie Curtis. Mrs. Geneva Holmes. Frank and Harry Anderson and the late Marie A Gross He also leaves seven grandchildren, one brother, four sis ters and many other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the John T Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w.. until Id a m. Sunday: there at! er at the residence of his daughter. 2124 10th si. n.w. Funeral Monday. May 11. at 1 p m from Zion Baptist Church. F st. between 3rd and 4th sts. *.w. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cem etery ANDERSON. HENRY CLAY. SR. On Sat urday. May 0. 1030 at his residence. Glenn Dale. Md . HENRY CLAY AN DERSON Sr., beloved husband of Laurie Anderson and father of Henry Clay An derson. ir. Services at Perkins' Chapel. Glenn Dale Md on Monday. May 11. at 2:30 p.m. Interment church ceme tery. ANDERSON. MINNIE E. On Friday May 8 1030 at Casually Hospital. MINNIE E ANDERSON, beloved wife of George A. Anderson, mother of Ifrs. Mabel Bralsted of Brewster. N. Y.. and Morris E Rugers and grandmother of Paul E. Rugers: late residence. 1444 W st. n.w. Funeral services at the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. new.. on Monday May 11. at 3 P.m Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery 10 Al FIERI. ENRICO S. On Friday May 8. 1030. at U. S. Naval Hospital. ENRICO S AUFIERI. beloved husband of An toinette Aufieri Funeral from his late residence. 732 loth st. se„ on Monday. May 11. ai 0:30 a.m.: thence to Holy Rosarv Church 3rd and F sts n.w.. where mass will be ottered at in a m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 10 BEHRING. FREDERIC K HENRY. On Sat urday. May 9. 1930. at his residence. 3421 Oakwood terrace. FREDERICK HENRY BEHRING, beloved husband of Alyce King Behring. Body resting at the chapel of Joseph Gawler's Sons. 1150 Pa ave. n.w. Services at the above chapel or. Sunday. May 10. at 4 Din. Interment St Louis. Mo 10 BENTON. EDWARD T. On Friday May n. 1930. at Montgomery County General Hospital. EDWARD T. BENTON hus band of Nina Benton. Services at War ner E PumDhrey’s funeral home. S424 Georgia ave . Silver Spring, on Monday. May 11. at 3 p.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 10 BLOODSAW. WILLARD II. On Tuesday. May 6. 1930. at Walter Reed General Hospital WILLARD H BLOODSAW. be loved husband of Bertha Bloodsaw. He also is survived by two sisters-in-law. three nieces, one nephew and qther rela tives and friends. Remains resting at Frazier's funeral nome. 3N9 Rhode Is land ave n.w. Funeral on Monday May 11 at 1 p m., from above-named funeral home Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 10 BOWENS. MAMIE On Saturday May 9 1930. at her residence 1721 Seaton st. n w . MAMIE BOWENS, wife of Bailey Bowens She also leaves three sisters and one brother. Funeral Tuesday. May 12. from her sister's residence. 25ns M st. n.w. Relatives and friends invited. • BROUN. JOSEPH II. On Friday. May 8. 1930. at his residence. Browns Chapel. JOSEPH H BROWN, aged 90 years, be loved father of Elmer A Brown. Fayette G. Biown. Ernest H. Brown. Leonard Brown. William A. Brown. Mrs. Charles Cathcart. Mrs. Frank Van Patten. Mrs. C M. Shanaman and Mrs. Augustus Brown Funeral Monday. May 11. at 2 D m . from Browns Chapel Church In terment Browns Chapel. Va 10 CHAMBERLAINE. AGNES WILSON. On Thursday. May 7. 1930. at the residence of her niece. Mrs. George Le Roy Irwin, the Dresden Apt.. Washington. D. C.. in the 97th year of her age. AGNES WIL SON CHAMBERLAINE. daughter of the late Richard and Mary Chamberlaine of Norfolk Va. Private funeral services were held Saturday May 9. 10 CHEEK. HADDIE BLANCHE. On Satur day. May 9. 1930. HADDIE BLANCHE CHEEK, beloved wife of Arthur T. Cheek and mother of Arthur T. Cheek. jr.. and Jane Claire Cheek. Funeral from the W. W. Deal funeral home. si« H st. n.e.. on Monday, May 11. at 2:30 p m. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Congressional Cemetery, 10 CHMYLKO. MATTHEW Suddenly, on Saturday. May 9 1930. at Johns Hop kins Hospital. Baltimore. Md.. MAT THEW CHMYLKO. beloved husband of Mary Chmylko of 5401 Galena pi. n.w. Special services according to Russian rites will be held at Hysong's parlor. 1300 N st. n.w., Sunday. May 10. at 12:30 pm. Notice of funeral services and interment later. CLARK. HERBERT A. On Friday. May *. 1930 at Mount Alto Hospital. HERBERT A CLAHtI of 0713 Pine.v Branch rd. n.w . beloved husband of Pearl Price Clark. Funeral services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 21*01 14th st. n.w on Sunday. May 10, at 5 p.m. Interment at Albany. N. Y Please omit COLBt'RV JOSEPH B Suddenly, on Sat urday. May I*, 1830. in Los Angeles. Calif. JOSEPH B COLBURN son of the late William Bradley and Laura V. Col burn and brother of William E. and Al bert Ernest Colburn. Interment Los Angeles Calif. 11 COX. MARTHA GEORGETTE. On Friday. May 8 1030, at 3233 N st. n.w.. MAR THA GEORGETTE COX i nee Sraegs). beloved wife of the late James Levi Cox i and mother of Ralph M.. Levi V. and i Earl A. Cox and Mrs. Beulah W. Carpen i ter. Remains resting at the W. w. Chambers Co. funeral home. 14(io Chapin st. n.w. Funeral services at the above funeral home on Monday. Mav 11. at 3 p m. Relatives and friends invited. In terment Glenwood Cemetery. 10 COX. GEORGETTE. Members of Martha Washington Rebekah Lodge will attend the_funeral of late Sister GEOR GETTE COX at the W. W. Chambers Co funeral home. 14th and Chapin sts. n.w.. Monday. May 11. 1030. at 3 p m. C1ALLIE PITTS Noble Grand. MINNIE A. BUTTS, Rec. Secy. • CRAWFORD. EDWARD A, Suddenly, on Thuisday. May 7. 1838, EDWARD A. CRAWFORD, beloved husband of Adelia N. Crawford of 8308 Montgomery ave.. North Chevy Chase. Md. Remains rest ing at the Colonial funeral home of William Reuben Pumphrey. Rockville Md. Funeral services at the above fu neral home. Sunday May in. at 2 p m. Interment Forest Oak Cemetery, Gaith ersburg. Md. 10 OVER. BERNARD A. On Saturday. May 8; lb30. at Emergency Hospital, BER NARD A. DYER, beloved father of Mil ton and Evelyn Dyer. Funeral from 1 the S. H. Hines Co funeral home 2001 14th St. n.w.. on Tuesday. May 12. at lu:.0) a.m. Relatives and friends in vited. Interment in Cedar Hill Ceme tery. n Farrell, mary Virginia, suddenly. on EFld.5?i.£,ay 1030. MARY VIR GINIA FARReLl, the beloved daughter of George J. and Margarette Farrell. Funeral services at her late residence. 134.) F st. n.e.. on Tuesday. May 12 at ~ D.m Relatives and friends Invited to attend. Interment Cedar Hill Ceme tery. u Frederick, mary. Departed this life on Friday. May 8. 1030. at her resi dence. 148 Heckman st. s.e MARY FREDERICK, loving wife of the late | Isaac Frederick, devoted mother of Beale and F.enry Penn and Mrs. Agnes Miles | She also leaves a devoted father Oscar I Penn: one sister Mrs. Elizabeth P Mar cus: nine grandchildren and other rela ! Jives aJld Jr‘£Iids- Remains resting at > j “°bn T. Rhines funeral chaoel. 3rd and ^ fts. s.w.. until 10 a.m. Sunday. 1 £Jay 1°: thereaiter at her late residence. , Funeral Monday May 11, at 10 a.m., i.r°® St. Monica s Episcopal Church. South Capitol and I* sts. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 10 _ _funeral directors. V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither the successor to nor connected with th» original W. R Sneare establishment. »Atlona°Deg893 1009 H St. N.W! WILLIAM H. SCOTT m 409 8th Bt, 8J.l.ineoln 0680. J. Wiiliam Lee’s Sons Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Crematorium 4th and Mass. Are NR Lincoln B200 RITCHIE BROS. Upper Marlboro. Md. Phone: Marlboro 91 A. G. BASTIAN, MGR. .(Formerly with Jos. Oawler's Sons, Inc.) Frank Geier’s Sons Co. 1113 SeventhSt. N.W NAfinnal 2472 Modern Chapel. Tel, n AHOPai < J Joseph F. Birch’s Sons (A. L. HAYCOCK. Mgr.) mHOH 3034 M St. N.W. FUNERAL designs. GEO. A. COMLEY^Vd1# Artistic Floral Designs by Experts Wight Phone Clarendon 3H1-J-1 GEO. C. SHAFFER EXPRESSIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES AT MODERATE PRICES PHONE NAT 01 OP Open Evenings „ LWr mud Snndayg Cor. 14th O Eye GUDE BROS. CO. Florht Piece* 2313 F 81 N.W. NAtlonal 4374 Seatlja. GIVEN. HARVEY. On Saturday. May 0. 11*36. at the Mount Alto Hospital. HARVEY GIVEN, beloved aon of the late George H. and Isabella Given and broth er of Ralph Given. Remains are rest ing at the Zurhorst funeral parlors. .Mil East Capitol st. Funeral services, pri vate. on Tuesday. May 12. Interment Congressional Cemetery. 11 GRAY. PHILLIP C. On Wednesday. May 6 1936 at Walter Reed General Hos pital PHILLIP C GRAY beloved hus band of Emma Clifford Gray son of the late John and Jeanette Gray brother or the late Emma Queen and the late Zelia Lewis. He also is survived by two nephews, four nieces and many friends. Remains resting at Frazier s funeral home 389 R. I. ave. n.w. Funeral Sun day. May 10. at 1 P.m from Asbujy M. E. Church, llth and K sts. n.w. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. GREENE. JAMES E. On Saturday. May 9 1936 at his residence. 1756 Corcoran -t n.w . JAMES E GREENE devoted son of Mrs. Pauline W. Greene and the late Christooher C. Greene, beloved brother of Vivian Peyton. Mary Jenifer and Everett and Hazel Greene. Remains reatinar at the McGuire funeral home. 1820 Oth st. n.w.. until 2 p.m.. Sunday. May 1(1: thereafter at his late residence. Funeral services at his late -estdence on Monday May 11. at 8:30 a.m fol lowed by requiem high mass at St. Augustine's Church at 10 a.m. Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 10 GREENLEAF. WILBERT. Departed this life on Thursday. May 7. lO.'Ml. at Gal lineer Hospital after a brief illness. WILBERT GREENLEAF of 1721 4th st. n.w.. beloved son of Katie Rattley. He also leaves to mourn their loss step father. Harold Rattley: four aunts and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Barbour Bros’ funeral home. 48 K st. ne where they may be viewed altir '’:Jt> p m May 0. Funeral Sunday, May 10. i :30 D m.. from the above funeral home. Inter ment Payne’s Cemetery. 10 GRESHAM. IDA. On Wednesday May 6, l!*:iH at Gallinger Hospital. IDA GRESHAM of 524 4th st. s.w,. beloved wife of Fleming Gresham, loving mother ] of Mrs. Esther Webb, daughter of Gil bert and Mrs. Mattie Weaver She also leaves to mourn their loss five sisters. Mrs. Mattie Glass. Eliza Weaver. Mrs. Elizabeth Seals. Mrs. AurUla Crook and Mrs. Lula Collins: five brothers. Lewis. Robert. McKinley, Tillman i nd Rev Wil liam Weaver: a son-in-law. Alvin Webb, and two grandchildren and other rela tives and friends Remains on view at i the Morris A Carter funeral home. 2nd and F sts s.w Funeral Monday May 11. at 1 o.m.. from the Friendship Bap tist Church. 1st and II sts. s.w.. Rev. B H. Whiting officiating. Interment In Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 10* HALL. FRED. Suddenly on Friday. May 8, 19:111. FRED HALL, devoted husband of Emma Hall, stepfather of Mabel Carr, brother of Charles Hall. He also leaves other relatives and many friends. Re mains resting at the John T Rhines funeral chapel 3rd and Eye sts s w. | Notice of funeral later. 10 I HARRIS. ALBERTA C. On Friday. May 8. ltl.'lti. at 1:20 o.m.. ALBERTA C. HARRIS, beloved daughter of the late Sarah Williams and cousin of Mrs. Bes sie Marshall and Charles Dowell. Fu neral from McGuire’s funeral home. 1820 9th st. n.w.. on Monday. May 11. at 8:30 am: thence to Holy Redeemer Catholic ! Church, where mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 10 HYDE. JEAN MrARTHl’R. On Friday. May 8. 193H. at Staunton Va JEAN McARTHUR HYDE aged 84 years wife of the late Alfred M Hyde. Remains resting at the Hall funeral home Occo quan Va. Funeral Tuesday May 12. at 5 p.m.. from Pohick Church. Serv ices conducted by Rev C. A Langston. Interment Pohick Cemetery. 11 I JACKSON. STANLEY S. On Friday. May 8. 1936. at his residence. 1224 Irving st. n.w,. STANLEY S. JACKSON, devoted son of Mr. William A Jackson and Mrs. Hattie B Jackson, beloved brother of Mrs Cynthia J Sinclair and Miss Mil dred Frances Jackson. Remains resting at the McGuire funeral home. 1820 9th st. n.w. Funeral from Walker Memorial I Baptist Church, on Tuesday May 12. at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cem I etery. 11 JACKSON. - WILLIAM H. On Thursday May 7. 1036. at his residence. 1731 T st. n.w WILLIAM H JACKSON the beloved husband of Georgia Jackson and brother of Mrs. Alice Jackson Mrs. Wil lann Lewis. Mrs. Sarah Garland and James Jackson. Funeral Monday. May 11. at 1 D.m.. from the McGuire fu neral home. 1820 Oth st. n.w. Relatives and friends invited 10 JENKINS. JOSEPHINE F On Saturday. May 0 1030. at Garfield Hospital. JOSEPHINE F beloved wife of John T. Jenkins and mother of Robert E and Leroy W. Jenkins Funeral services at her late residence. 231 7th st n.e. on Tuesday May 12. at 2 D.m Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 11 JOHNSON: FIRST SERGT. CHARLES W. On Thursday Mav 7. 1030 after a lingering illness. First Sergt. CHARLES W JOHNSON of 421 1st st s.e father of Mrs Blanctie Hawk and Frank John son and friend of the Foreman family. He also is survived by two grandchil dren. two ereat-grandchildren and a host of friends Remains resting at Frazier s funeral home. 380 Rhode Is land ave. n.w. Funeral Tuesday. May 12. at 1 D.m . from the above funeral home. Interment Arlington National [ Cemetery. 11 KEENAN. JAMES On Saturday May 0 ; 1030. at the residence of his daughter. Miss Margaret Keenan. 1257 Morse st. n.e.. JAMES KEENAN, beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Keenan. Funeral will be held from the above residence on Tuesday. May 12. at 8:30 a m Requiem mass at Holy Name Church at 0 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 11 LACY. SARAn R. On Friday Mav 8. 1036. at her residence. 1840 Kenyon st n.w Washington. D C. SARAH R. LACY, widow of Beniamin W Lacy. Remains resting at the Ives funeral home. 2847 Wilson blvd.. Clarendon, until Sunday morning. Funeral services at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. New Kent County. Tunstall. Va.. Sunday. May 10 at 3 pm. Interment in the church cemetery. 10 LALLY. HONORA On Saturday. May 0. 1036 at her residence 3158 18th st. n.w. in her 102nd year. Mrs HONORA LALLY. widow of John Lally and mother of Mrs. George M. Mattingly Mrs. Wil liam H. Breen and Miss A. V Lally. Funeral from her late residence on Mon day May 11. at 8:30 a m : thence to the Shrine of the Sacred Heart Church. 16th st. and Park rd. n.w where mass will be offered at 0 a m. Relatives and friends invited Interment St. Mary’s Cemetery. Alexandria. Va. Mtrflnu. on Friday. May s. 11M0. at his home ft 11 Quackenbos st. n.w.. STEFANO beloved husband of Sal vatora La Scola and father of Stephen. Tom. Frank and Joseph La Scola and Mrs. Anna LI Causi. Services at his late home on Mondav. May n. at 8 o'clock a m.; thence to Holy Rosary Church. :ird and F sts. n.w.. where solemn requiem mass will be sung at J) o'clock for the repose of his soul, followed by interment in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited to attend. JO* MeWILLIAM. SARAH KILDIFF. On Fri day. May 8. 10.HH. at the residence of her daughter. Mrs. Regnlald C. Vardy. H14 21st st.. Virginia Highlands. Va. SARAH KILDUFF MeWILLIAM. aged HO years, widow of James Frederic McWil ham. formerly of Portsmouth. N. H Funeral from the above residence on Mondav May 11. at 0 am.; thence to St. Rita’s Catholic Church. Alexandria. Va . where mass will be said at 9:H0 a m. Interment St. Mary s Cemetery. Alexandria. Va. . 10 MORRIS. RUFUS. Departed this life on Wednesday. May 6. 1930, at Mount Alto Hospital. RUFUS MORRIS. Remains resting at Frasier's funeral home. 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w. Notice of lu neral later. 10 nalley. Elizabeth! on Fridav. May 8. 1930. at 8:20 p.m.. at. her residence. ELIZABETH NALLEY. beloved wife of the late John E. Nalley. Funeral from her late residence. 1012 M st. s.e.. on Monday May 11. at 2:30 Dm. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Congressional Cemetery. 10 NARAMORE. LEONARD J. On Fridav May 8. 193H. at Mount Alto Hospital. LEONARD J beloved husband of the late Annie Francis Naramore and fa ther of George Leonard Naramore. Mrs. Florine Hancock and Mrs. Charlotte ”'"terfleld. Remains resting at the W. W Chambers Co funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w. Funeral from the resi dence of his son. 4103 4th st. n.w. on Monday May 11 at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends are Invited. Interment Presbyterian Cemetery. Alexandria. Va. PADVrD viTfO m_1_at_m i?1H at Oteen. N. C.. ELLIS PARKER. Funeral Tuesday. May 12. at 10 a.m.. from the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church 1412 You st. n.w Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 11 PURMAN CAROLINE B. On Saturday. May !>. 1938. at her residence, the Araonne Apts.. CAROLINE B PURMAN. wife of the late Dr. Louis C. Purman and mother of Mrs. May P Adams and Vernie Purman. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2001 14th st. n.w.. Monday May 11. at 2 P.m. In terment Glenwood Cemetery. QUANTRILLE. THOMAS H. On Saturday. May« 1938 THOMAS H QUANTRILLE. aaed 52 years, of 1813 Bay st. s.e. be loved husband of Roe Quantrille and father of Hubbard Quantrille. Remains restina at his late residence. Funeral from the Ninth Street Christian Church on Monday. May 11. at 2 n.m. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. RAYMOND. WILLIAM. On Wednesday May 0. 1030. WILLIAM RAYMOND of Wood lawn. Va. Remains restina at the John T. Rhines funeral home. 221 N. Patrick st.. Alexandria, Va. Notice of funeral later. 10 RIDGEWAY. GEORGE T. On Saturday. May 0. 1038. at his residence. 222 11th st n.e. GEORGE T. RIDGEWAY, the beloved husband of Julia Ruth Ridae way. Funeral services at the* W. W. Chambers Co Southeast funeral homr. 517 11th st. s.e. on Tuesday. May 12, at 2 P.m. Relatives and friends Itwited to attend. Interment Rock Creek Cem etery. 11 SCHEIDT. MELCHIOR J. Bookbinders' Local Union. No. 4 informs you of the death of MELCHIOR J. SCHEIDT who died May 9 1938. Funeral Tuesday. May 12 at 2 p.m,. from his late home. 51 Arlinaton ave.. Baltimore. Md In terment in Loudon Park Cemetery. PATRICK FOGARTY Secy. SCOTT. MARY CARTER. On Saturday May 9 1938. at 1:04 a.m at the residence of Mrs. R. G. Fletcher. 4808 Nebraska ave. n.w.. MARY CARTER SCOTT beloved sis ter of Eliaa Briscoe and Henry Carter She also leaves six nieces, three nephews and other relatives and friends. Re mains restina at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w. Fu neral Tuesday. May 12. at 1 n.m.. from the Rock Creek Baptist Church. Rev. W. A. Jones offlelettna. 11 * t Seatfa. SEYMOUR. ADELE F. On Saturday. May M. 193d. at her residency 1917 S st. n.w.. ADELE F. SEYMOUR the beloved mother of Adele D. Sevmour and sister of Mrs. J N. Beckley. Funeral from the McGuire funeral home. 1820 9th st. n w.. on Tuesday. May 12. at 1:30 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Please omit flowers. 11 SMITH. JOSEPH ALFRED I JOHN D.). De parted this life on Friday May 8. 193H. at 11:20 p.m.. at Gallinger Hospital, after a short illness. JOSEPH ALFRED (JOHN D.) SMITH, son of Joseph A. Smith and the late Ida B. Smith. He also leaves to mourn their loss two sis ters. Ida Belle Jefferson and Irene Lyles: four nieces and other relatives ahd friends. Funeral from the funeral home of W. Earl Better. 1203 Walter at. s.e.. on Tuesday. May 12 at 0 a m. Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. SMITH. MINNIE. On Friday. Mav 8. 1930. MINNIE SMITH, daughter of the late John and Mollle Baker, beloved wife of Raymond P. Smith, loving mother of Mabel L. Smith. She also leaves to mourn their loss four sisters, three brothers and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral Monday Mav 11 at 2 D.m.. from Clinton A. M. E Z. Church. Rockville. Md. Interment Lin coln Park Cemetery. Maryland. Friends and relatives invited. 10* THOMAS, MARY. On Friday. Mav 8. 1036. at Gallinger Hospital. MARY THOMA8. devoted wife of the late Charles Thomas, grandmother of John W. Cunningham She also leaves other relatives and many friends. Remains testing at the John T. Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd end Eye sts. s.w. Notice of funeral later. 10 THORNTON. ROSA B On Friday May 8. 1036 at Preedmen's Hospital, ROSA B. THORNTON sister of Hamilton H. and Albert T. Thornton. Remains rest ing at her late residence. 2225 13th st. n.w Funeral Tuesday Mav 12. at 2 p.m. from Third Baptist Church. 5th and Que sts. n.w . Rev. J. O. Bullock of ficiating. Interment Harmony Ceme tery. • 11 TURNER. JOSEPH O. On Thursday. May 7 1036. at Oteen. N. C. JOSEPH O, beloved husband of Della Turner and son of the late Joseph and Rebecca Turner and brother oi Mrs. Mattie Johnson of 2314 Naylor rd. s.e.. and John J Turner of Wycombe. Pa Fu neral from William J. Nalley’s funeral home. 522 8th st. s.e.. on Monday. Mav 11. at lo a m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Arlington National Cemetery at II odock a.in. with military honors. 10 WAGNER. OTTO G. On Saturday May 0. 1936. at his residence. 2600 Evarts st. n.e.. OTTO G. WAGNER aged 4!) years beloved husband of Anna Wagner, son of the late Louis and Freda Wagner, brother of Carl Wagner and father of Jack Wagner. Funeral from his late residence on Tuesday May 12. at 2:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. In terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. (Balti more papers please copy.) 11 WARD. ANNIE. On Friday May 8. 1036. at Gallinger Hospital. ANNIE WARD, beloved wife of Charlie Ward, devoted motner of Ernest Ward, loving daughter of John and Florence Williams. She also leaves other relatives and many friends. Remains resting at the Jonn T Rhines funeral chaoel. 3id and Eve sts. s.w where funeral services will be held Wednesday. May 13. at 2 p.m. In terment Payne's Cemetery. 10.12 WASHINGTON. ELIZABETH. On Wed nesday. May 6. 1030 ELIZABETH, be loved wife of Louis Washington. She also is survived bv two daughters. Alice and Costina Washington: seven sons, Isaac. Roscoe. James. George Charlie. Lester and Leroy Washington; six broth ers. one sister, four daughters-in-law and a mother-in-law Mrs. Lucy Washington. Remains resting at Stewart's funeral home. 30 H st. n.e.. until Saturday. May O thereafter at the residence of Mrs Lucy Washington. Toil 13th st. n.e. Fu neral on Monday. May 11. at 2:3o pm. from Mount Horab Baptist Church. 16th and B sts. n.e. Rev. Fox officiating. In terment Woodlawn Cemetery. 10 WELCH BEN T. On Saturday May 0. 1036. BEN T. WELCH husband of Ruth E Welch of Hamilton Courts. Relatives and friends invited to services on Tues day, May 12. at 3 p m. at 1820 Cnest nut st.. Philadelphia. Pa Interment Arlington National Cemetery Friends may call at the Chestnut st. address on Monday evening. WOODWARD. MARY V. On Saturday. May j* 1036 at the residence of her daughter. Mrs. Walter H. Graul. 1343 East Capitol St., in her 08th year. MARY V WOODWARD Services at the S H Hines Co. funeral home 2001 14th st nw on Monday May 11. at 2:30 In UUmortam. BYRD. Sl'SIE. A sad but loving Mother's day tribute in memory ol mv darling mother. SUSIE BYRD who entered into eternal rest January N. 1029. There never was a purer heart Than that of my dear mother. Whose love and care went on and on. Far beyond all others. You always cared for me so well. You were so sweet and true: Of all the dearest thoughts of mother The dearest one is you. HER DAUGHTER NELLIE BUTLER. • DAWSON SARA SYLVIA. A sacred trib ute of love to my darling mother. SARA SYLVIA DAWSON, on Mother's day. HER DEVOTED DAUGHTER MAUDE EMIO MURPHY. • GOLDBERG. RACHEL. In sad but fond remembrance of our darling mother RACHEL GOLDBERG who departed this life two years ago today. May 10. 1034. Dear mother, in heaven. God bless you today. YOUR CHILDREN. SOPHIE BOBYS. LENA LIPKIN AND SONS. GRAY. PHILIP C. In grateful tribute to PHILIP c. GRAY, an efficient ana val ued emDloye of the Western High School for many years His native fine ness and high character left their im print on all he touched. Bv the spirit in which he performed it he made every task a noble one His personal service, not only willing, but eager and devoted, made daily life more beautiful for all who knew him. "W’ell done, good and faithful servant. Enter thou into the joy of thy Lord. * A L. W. • HOROWITZ. KI SSELL AND BETTY. In sacred, loving memory of our loyal and devoted father and mother ones who were better God never made Our be loved father. KUSSELL HOROWITZ entered into rest eiRht years ago. Mav 12. il*2x and our loyal and devoted mother. BETIT HOROWITZ left us five years ggo. Mav IN 193]. There never were purer hearts Than those of our father and mother. Whose love and care went on and on. Far beyond all others. Friends are made bv folks like us. And perhaps by many others But at journey's end we ll always find Only God can give us such a father and mother. Nothine can ever take away the love a heart holds dear. THEIR LOVING CHILDREN. • JORDAN. GEORGIAN A C A Mother’s day tribute to mother. GEORGIANA C. JORDAN, who died December IN. 1934. A wonderful mother in every way. One who was better God never made; A wonderful worker so loyal and true. One in a million.* that mother was you. HER LOVING CHILDREN. • JORDAN. JEANETTE Sweet and sacred is the memory of my dear, sainted mother. Mrs. JEANETTE JORDAN, who departed this life suddenly twenty-three years aeo on Mother's dav Mav 11. 11*13 In Atlantic City N. J. I shall never forget you dear mother. HER LOVING DAUGHTER. PERSIS PATTERSON. JORDAN. JOHN W. Sacred to the mem ory of our dear, devoted father JOHN w JORDAN, who left us nine years ago. May 12. 1)127. He was kind. yes. wonderfully so. And gentie in every way; If he couldn't speak well of others. Then he had nothing to say. He tenderly cared for his loved ones; To his friends he was always true: And when God laid His hand on our heartstrings He left sweetest memories of you. HIS DEVOTED CHILDREN. • KNAUSMAN. NORA GLORIUS. In sad but loving remembrance of my dear mother. NORA GLORIUS KNAUSMAN. who Dassed away one year ago today. May 10. 1036. In my heart your memory Ungers: You were faithful, fond and true. LOVING SON. GEORGE GLORIUS. _ Gone, but not forgotten. Loving daughter-in-law. mar CELLA: GRANDDAUGHTER. JUNE. • KNAUSMAN. NORA. A tribute of loye to the memory of my loved wife NORA KNAUSMAN. who left me one year ago today. May 10. 1036. Nora dear, a year ago God took you home To be with him forevermore; To aing His praise around the throne With those you loved that went be fore. Each day I misg you more and more. But how glad I am to know your spirit is free and that you suffer pain no more. YOUR LOVING HUSBAND. • LAW. MARY O. In loving memory of our dear wife and mother. MARY O. LAW. who passed away three years ago today. May 10. 1933. Years come and go. But time can never sever The love we had and know WiU last forever. HUSBAND AND SON. • MILLER. SARAH K. In sad but loving re membrance of our dear mother. SARAH K. MILLER, who departed this life four years ago today. May 10. 1932. Mass will be said at St. Mary's Church for the repose of her soul. You left behind broken hearts That loved you so sincere. That never did and never will Forget you mother, dear. HER DEVOTED CHILDREN. GEORGE B. MILLER AND SADIE H. MILLER. MORROW Escort of Members of Con gress to Accompany Body to Florida. A committee of Senators and Repre sentatives will leave Washington today to accompany the body of Senator Park Trammell to his home at Lake land, Fla., where funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon. Senator Trammell died Friday night at his home, 2633 Sixteenth street, of a cerebral hemorrhage which followed an attack of influenza complicated with pleurisy. He was 60 years old. Senators named by Vice President Garner to attend the funeral were: Fletcher of Florida, Smith of South Carolina, Hale of Maine, Hatch of New Mexico, Minton of Indiana and Russell of Georgia. Speaker Byrns named the five Florida Representa tives—Sears. Green, Wilcox, Peterson and Caldwell. * Flagg at Half-Mast. While flags at the Capitol flew at half-staff yesterday, messages of con dolence poured into the Senator’s of fice and residence. Speaking for the Navy Department, Acting Secretary William H. Standley said the Senate's approval, five hours before Mr. Tram mell’s death, of the largest peace-time appropriation for the Navy in history was "a splendid tribute from his col leagues and crowns with success many years of public life devoted to the needs of national defense.” Senator Trammell was chairman of the important Naval Affairs Commit tee and advocated a big Navy. In addition to the Senators and Rep resentatives, the party taking the funeral train was to include Mrs. Trammell, the Senator's secretary, Jo siah Ferris, jr„ and Mrs. Ferris, and Mark Trice, assistant sergeant at arms of the Senate. Senator Trammell's1 office announced President Roosevelt would be repre sented at the funeral by Capt. R. F. Zogbaum, commandant of the Naval j Air Station at Pensacola. Fla. It was •aid Gov. Sholtz and members of his cabinet would attend, and that a guard of honor would be selected from the Florida National Guard. Rites Timed at 4 P.M. The services in Lakeland are set for 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. There will be no services in Washing ton. In addition to his widow, Senator Trammell is survived by two broth ers, Circuit Judge Worth W. Tram mell of Miami and John D. Trammell of Blountstown, Fla., and five sisters, I Mrs. Walter Jenkins, Marion, S. C.; ! Mrrv Peres McDougal, Tallahassee; Miss Lois Trammell, Jacksonville; Miss Pearl Trammell, Chattahoochee, and Mrs. Graham Harrison, Quincy, Fla. The death of Senator Trammell breaks up a Senate parnership with Senator Fletcher extending for 19 years, the second longest such part nership. Senator Fletcher entered the Senate in 1909 and Senator Tram mell took his seat in 1917, Fumifold Simmons and the late Senator Lee Overman of North Caro lina served together for 27 years. In Iflrmnriam. NIEDFELDT. MRS. L. In loving remem brance of mother. Mrs L NIEDFF.LDT HER DAUGHTER. MRS. L. McMILLAN. • SACKETT. LILLIAN C. In loving remem brance on Mother's day May in ip.’trt. HER DAUGHTER ANN J PETTY • TAYLOR. MOLLIE F. A tribute of love to the memory of mv dear mother MOL LIE F TAYLOR, who passed to the great beyond Mav in ll**!8. Gone but not forgotten HER LOVING DAUGHTER. MILDRED V MESH AW • TAYLOR. MOLLIE F In blessed memory of my beloved mother MOLLIE F TAY LOR who entered into eternal rest May in 1 9**8. Tho’ each day I miss you sadly. Still wherever I look I can see some sweet remembrance. Most of all vour kindly look. • Thv will be done O Lord. I do not dare complain. And in mv heart I have the hope That mv loss was Thy gain. DEVOTED DAUGHTER. IDA MAY BOARDLEY. • WARNER. MARY. In loving memorv of mv darling mother MARY WARNER, who left me five years ago today. May 10. 1931. ’Twas on Mother’s day she passed away. The sweetest one I ever had Tho' cheerful I look and happy I seem. That s one day I'll always be sad HER LONELY SON. JOSEPH WARNER. WOODEN. MARY R. In loving memorv of our sweet little mother. MARY R. WOODEN who was with us last Moth er's day. but who passed away July 1!2. 19.35. Dear little mother Patient kind and true. Today recalls sweet memories Of many happy days spent with you. We can only have one mother No one else can take her place: You'll never know how you'll need her Until vou miss her smiling face We could not tell how soon the time When mother from us would part: You have gone from us. dear mother But forever you will live in our hearts. HER DAUGHTERS AND SON LOLA. EDNA. LILLIAN. IDA AND MILTON. a APRIL SETS NEW HIGH OF GALLINGER PATIENTS Record Set for Month, hut Warm Weather Brings Drop Prom Winter Total. With • the return of warm weather the number of patients at Gallinger Municipal Hospital has declined, but still the average number of patients there during April set a new high record for that month, the Board of Public Welfare was informed yester day by Dr. Edgar A. Bocock, hospital superintendent. The average number of patients per day last month was 860. as compared with 800 in April of last year; 752 in April of 1934; 609 in April of 1933, and 564 in April of 1932. The high mark for this year was reached in February, when there was an average of 928 patients pier day. • ■ F. H. BEHRING, 69, DIES AT RESIDENCE Veteran Southern Railway Offi cial Was a Native of St. Louis. Frederick Henry Behring. 69, vet eran Southern Railway official, died at his residence, 3421 Oakwood Ter race, yesterday. He was a native of St. Louis, and , had been in the i railroad husiness I for 56 years, in cluding h%lf a century with the Southern and its predecessor com ' pany. His last title was that of com merce agent, spe cializing in rate cases before the Interstate Com sion. During the _ ,, World War he had been a member of the United States Com mittee on Export Control. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Alyce King Behring, to whom he was married September 18, 1934, and two daughters by his first wife, who died. The daughters are Mrs. Leigh A. Doxsee of St. Louis and Mrs. Watson I. Ford of Detroit. Mr. Behring was a member of the Abraham Lodge No. 8 of Masons in Louisville. Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. today at the chapel of Joseph Gawler's Sons, 1756 Pennsylvania avenue, with interment in St. Louis. -• Births Reported. William and Ruth Lewey boy. Brodie and Ruth Honeycutt, boy. Peter and Vences Caruso, boy. James and Anna Rogers, boy. Freeman and Edna Frank, boy. Joseph and Lily O Buen. girl. George and Margaret Woods, girl. Eilsworth and Elizabetn Webster, girl. David and Margaret Reamy. girl. Claude and Lottie Martin, gir! Hubert and Margaret Neal. girl. Deaths Reported. Lacie H. Tiffany. 85. 1788 Lanier pi. Nettie Rappaport, 71. ho New York ave. Tracy McGregor. 87. Garfield Hospital Lillian Barteman. til. Gallinger Hospital. William Collins. *r . tin. Emergency Hos pital. Harrison Lake 80. 373” Benton st. William T. Knight. 51*. 1304 C st. Florence Long. 58. J3”3 E st. n.e. James Hay. jr.. 55. 17.1 Eye st. Fred W Sikes 5o Garfield Hospital. Mary M. Ward. 50. I HIT Varnum st. Clarence Crusan. 43, St. Elizabeth s Hos pital. Maxine B Mela. 44. Providence Hospital. Leon R. Turnburke, 4”. 2«5u Wisconsin ave. S T Farmer. 03. 3 7*24 Millard st. Ida M Riley. H3. Gallinger Hospital. Richard Arthur, 5«. Potomac River Nellie A Green. 55 4023 Fitch pi n e. j Elizabeth Washington. 51. 700 13th st. n.e. Philip Gray. 42. Walter Reed General Hos pital. ! W'lllard Bloodsaw. 40. Walter Reed General Hosmtal Willnm A Quuenan. 34. 610 Gordons ave. n.e. Arinur Harris 34. 2800 Eye st. Howardine Hall IT. Gallinger Hospital. Infant Ernest Jones. Gallinger Hospital. — HOUSE REVIVES Chairman Rayburn Expects It to Be Brought Out of Committee Soon. By the Associated Press. Suddenly renewed activity on the long dormant food and drug regula tion bill passed by the. Senate last session pointed yesterday toward a possible effort to enact it before ad journment. Chairman Rayburn of the House Commerce Committee said it would be brought out of committee this week. The subcommittee, headed by Rep resentative Chapman, Democrat, of Kentucky, worked until midnight Fri day to draft an acceptable bill and ar ranged to resume its labors tomorrow. Cosmetics Affected. The legislation is designed to give the Government control over food and drug advertising and bring cos metics under the regulatory law for the first time. In one form or an other, it has been before Congress for several sessions. The original draft bore the name of Rexford G. Tugwell, the Undersecre tary of Agriculture. Last year Sen ator Copelai^l, Democrat, of New York, brought out a revised measure which the Senate approved. Control Is Questioned. The main question still unsolved by the House subcommittee was whether control over advertising should be by the Agriculture Depart ment, which administers the food and drug law, or by the Federal Trade Commission, which checks the ad vertising of other industries. Chief arguments against the or iginal legislation were that its adver tising restrictions would permit the Secretary of Agriculture to be a vir tual dictator over the food and drug industries. Speaker Byrns said he did not know whether the House would act on the bill at this session. ALUMNi TO GIVE BAZAAR ■ The Alumni Association of the Ab bot Vocational School will give a bazaar at the school next Friday evening from 7 to 12 p.m. to raise money for instituting a student aid fund in the school. The entertainment program will in- | elude dancing, ping pong, dart bingo and spiritual readings. Prizes for the games are being made by the boys in the sheet metal, wood and paint departments of the school. The grade shops will be open to visitors from 7 to 8 p.m. There will be no admis- , *inn rhurtrp TOUR ARRANGED “Trail Riders of Wilderness” to Go to Great Smokies. The Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee have been selected by the American For estry Association for the first Eastern expedition of its "Trail Riders of the Wilderness," national group of out door enthusiasts who have banded to gether to explore the country’s last remaining wilderness areas. The expedition, limited to 12 men and women, will leave Asheville, N. C., June 21 and will ride and camp in the wildest regions of the Smokies until July 2. A forester and naturalist will accompany the riders to atudy the rare flora of the region. Traveling entirely on horseback, the party will cover some 125 miles during the trip. WINNERS ANNOUNCED IN ORATORICAL TEST Evelio Grillo and Evelyn Tymous Capture Elks’ Compe tition. Evelio Grillo and Evelyn Tymous, seniors at Dunbar High School, were announced yesterday as joint winners of the Elks' oratorical contest. Rich ard Wells, senior, and Virginia Mom, junior, were tied for second place. Miss Tymous spoke on “Abraham Lincoln and the Constitution,” Wells spoke on "Slavery and the Constitu tion” and Miss Moss and Grillo spoke on “The Negro and the Constitution.” Judges were Miss Sadie Daniel, professor of history at Miner Teachers’ College; Dr. William Bell of Howard Universjty School of Religion and Alpheus Hunton, professor of English at Howard University. Britons Well Employed. More people are now working in England than ever before. HARVARD HONORS BETHESDA ALUMNUS - Cesar Bar^r One of Four to Join Society of Fellows in September. Cesar Lombardi Barber, son of Col. and Mrs. A. B. Barber of Sky Meadow. Bethesda, Is one of four young men who next September will join the ranks of the Society of Fellows of Harvard University. An honor graduate of Harvard, he Is at Magdalene College. Oxford Uni- 4 verslty. Elizabethan literature is his field of study. Pounded In 1933 by A. 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