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BEAN. CLARA I. On Monday May 18.
19.16, at her residence. 363 Washington
blvd.. District Heights. Md . CLARA I.
BEAN beloved wife of Albert T. Bean
and mother of Mrs W W. Eddy. Re
mains resting at the W. W. Chambers
Co. Southeast funeral home 51t 11th
at. s.e.. until 4 p.m. Tuesday May 18.
Inlrrment at Newport News. Va.
BIRCH. ROBERT E. On Monday. May 18.
1936 at Georgetown University Hospital.
ROBERT E BIRCH of East Falls Church.
Va.. beloved husband of Elsie M. Birch,
father ot Harvey Birch and brother of
Mrs. Gertrude Reed ot Walkers Chanel.
Va . and Mrs. May Kern of Fredericks
burg Va. Remains resting at the W. W.
Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400 Chapin
«t. n.w., until 1:15 P.m. Wednesday,
May 20. Funeral services at Walkers
Chanel Church. Va . at 2 n m. Rela
tives and friends are invited. Inter
ment at church cemetery.
BONDS LILLIE NELLIE. On Sunday. May
17 19311. LILLIE NELLIE BONDS of
648 O st. s.e She Is survived by a
daughter. Betty, and her mother. Mrs.
-Mary Akowskey; two brothers. Harry
and Thomas Bonds: two half-brothers.
Joseph and Carl Akowskey and a hall
Sister. Louise Akowskey. Remains rest
ing at Birch's funeral home. 3034 M st.
n.w. where services will be held on Wed
nesday May 20. at 11 a m. Interment
at Hagerstown. Md (Hagerstown papers
please copy, i 19
BRENT. THOMAS J. Suddenly, on Sunday
May 17 1936. at his residence. 904
47th Place n.e.. THOMAS J. beloved
husband of Susan Brent. He is also
survived by one daughter, three sons,
three sisters, one brother, other relatives
and friends. Remains resting at £tew
frt's funeral home. 30 H st. n.e.. until
uesday. Mav 10; thereafter at his late
residence. Funeral Wednesday. May 20.
at 1 p.nr.. from Jones M. E. Church. 44th
at. and Benning rd. n.e. Interment
Payne's Cemetery.
BRYSON. LUCINDA FAY. On Saturday.
May 16. 1936 at 7:08 p.m.. at her
residence. 3114 Sherman ave. n.w.
Lucinda fay* bryson the beloved
daughter of John and Hattie Bryson.
She also leaves two sisters, five brothers
• and other relatives and friends. Funeral
Wednesday. May 20. at 1 p.m.. from
Park Road Community Church. I lth st
and Park rd. n.w.. Rev. O I,. Rand of
ficiating. Remains restinR at the W.
Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You
at. n.w.. until 3 p.m. Tuesday: thereafter
at her late residence Interment Lin
coln Memorial Cemetery. 19
CARTER, DANIEL. On Saturday May 10
1936. at his residence. 1947 Capitol
ave n.e. DANIEL CARTER beloved son
of Richard and Rosa Carter. He also
leaves other relatives and friends. Re
mains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis
funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w. Fu
neral Wednesday. May 20. at 1 n.m..
from the above funeral church Inter
ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 19
«• an>ri n tl'AI TUB Ilono rtorl I In v lifts fill
Mondav. May IS. a: Oallinger
Hospital. WALTER CARTER, devoted
husband of Matilda Carter. He also
leaves to mourn their loss two step
daughters. Mary and Ethel Stewart; one
son. Walter Catter. ir.. and one step
ion. James Carter. Also other relatives
and friends. Remains resting at Bu
tene Ford's funeral home. l.'lOll South
Capital st. Remains to be taken to his
late residence. 043 Navy place s e . at I
p m. Wednesday. May '10. Funeral Irom
Bis late residence Thursday. May 21.
at 1:30 pm Rev Hughes officiating.
Interment Paynes Cemetery. 21
COGSWELL. JAMES WILLIAM. On Mon
day. May 18. 1930. at his residence.
2 I st. n.w . in the 07th year of his age.
JAMES WILLIAM COGSWELL, beloved
husband of Lucy A. Cogswell mee Naslii
?uneral from the above residence on
hursday. May 21. at 8:30 a.nv: thence
to St. James' Episcopal Church. 8th st..
pear Massachusetts ave. n.e., where
mass will be said at 9 o'clock fer the
repose of his soul Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment at Cedar Hill Cem
etery. 20
COYIE. JOHN P On Monday. May 18
1930 JOHN P COYLE, beloved husband
of Mary Coyle and father of Jack B
Coyle. Funeral services at Saflell's
chapel. 5th and H sts. n.w.. on Tues
day May 19 at s :to p.m. Interment
at Irwin. Pa
DYKES. PHILLIP EARL. On Monday. May
is I9.lt; at Frcedmen's Hospital PHIL
LIP EARL DYKES beloved brother ol
Mrs Agnes Barksdale and John W
D.vkes. Remains restine at the Mc
Guire's funeral home. 1820 Sith st. n.w
Notice of funeral hereafter. 20
BDFLIN. M.ADIE R. On Monday. May 18
19.30 at Homeopathic Hospital. MADII
R EDELIN 1 nee Shelton 1. late residenct
Seat Pleasant. Md. the beloved wife oi
Samuel J Edelrn and mother cf Fred
erick C and Norris A Shelton and sis
ter of Carroll Henson and Mrs. Ollit
Haynes of Arlington. Va.. and Mrs
Lillie Stuart of Bsllston. Va, Funera
services at the W. W. Chambers Co
Southeast funeral home 517 11th st
s e . on Thursday. May 21. at lo a m
Relatives and friends invited to attend
Interment at Congressional Cemetery. *11
BSSEX. BEDEST C. On Monday. May is
19.70. at Sibley Hospital. BEDEST C
ESSEX, beloved wife of J. Walter Essex
mother of Walter Blake and sister ol
Mrs, Nellie Young and EUis Earnshaw
Remains resting at the W W. Chamber:
Co. funeral home. 14(in Chapin st n.w.
until 8 a m Thursday. May 21. Funera
services and interment in Charles Town
W Va.. at 2 p.m. 20
HINT. ARTHUR t. Suddenly, on Mon
day. May IS 19.70. in New- York City
ARTHUR L. FLINT beloved husband o
Florence E F'lint of 1 lo Wooten ave.
Friendship Heiehts. Md. Remains rest
Inc at Zurhorst's funeral parlors. 301
East Capitol st. Services will be helc
*t St Columba Episcopal Church. 42nc
and Albemarle st. n.w.. on Wednesday
May 20. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Roci
Creek Cemetery
uicr.fc.x wiluam tf. Departed ims me
suddenly, on Monday May 1 f* 193*i. at
Half and M sts. s.e. WILLIAM H
GREEN, devoted husband of Dorothy
Green and devoted son of Ella Green
He also leaves to mourn their loss one
•tepdaughter. three sisters. Grace
Davis. Janie Hawkins. Mary Williams,
and seven nieces, four nephews and two
aunts: also other relatives and friends.
Remains resting at Eugene Ford's funeral
home. 1300 South Capitol st. Remains
may be viewed Thursday at 1 p.m. Fu
neral Fridav. May 22. at 1 p.m.. from
the Ebenezer A. M. E. Church. Charlotte
Hall. Me!.. Rev. Goins officiating.
BALL. THELMA A. Departed this life
suddenly, at her residence. 1513 Colum
bia st. n.w.. Mrs. THELMA A HAIL.
Wife of Joseph Hall, thd beloved daugh
ter of Grace and Earl Waters, sister of
Earl Waters. 1r.. granddaughter of Cora
E Coleman. She also leaves a host ol
Other relatives and friends. Notice ol
funeral later. •
BARKIS. WILLIAM SHIRLEY. On Sunday,
May 17. 1930 at Galllntter Hospital.
WILLIAM SHIRLEY HARRIS, devoted
husband of Viola Harris, father of Mary
and Mattie Harris, step-father of Sam
uel Barrett, brother of Annie and AI
metra Harris. He also leaves three
nieces, three nephews, other relatives and
friends. Remains resting at the John
T. Rhines’ funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye
sts. s.w., where funeral services will be
held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. May 21.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery.
20
BAWORTH, PERRY E. On Sunday. May
17. 1930. at New Smyrna. Fla.. PERRY
E HAWORTH, beloved husband of Mar
garet G. Haworth and father of Annette.
Remains resting at the Lee funeral home.
4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where serv
ices will be held on Wednesday. May 20.
at ll a m. Interment Glenwood Ceme
tery
KERIZ. VERY REV, PASCHASIUS. On
Monday. May 18. 1936, at Providence
Hospital, the Very Rev. PASCHASIUS
HERIZ. O. C. D.. prior ol the Monastery
of Discalced Carmelite Fathers. 15(1
Rhode Island ave. n.e. Body will lie
In state in monastery chapel from 3
P.m. till 10 p m. today. Solemn requiem
mass In chapel at 9 o'clock tomorrow
morning. •
JONES. WILLIAM. On Tuesday, Mav 19
1?3H. at his residence. 419 K st. n.e .
WILLIAM JONES, beloved husband of
Mary Jones (nee Hampshire). Notice
_ of funeral later. 20
KELLEY. BESSIE. On Sunday. May 17.
1936. at her residence. 1129 5th st.
n.w . BESSIE KELLEY, wife of James
A Kelley, sister of Mrs. W. Mitchell,
Mrs. W. M. Hunter. Mrs. Jessie B. Wil
son of Birmingham. Ala.; one cousin.
Alberta Coleman: two aunts and other
relatives and friends. Remains resting
at Stewart's funeral home. 30 H st n e.
until Wednesday May 20; thereafter at
her late residence. Funeral Thursday
May 21. at 1 p.m.. from Mount Olive
Baptist Church, (ith st. n.e.. between L
and M. Intermeht Birmingham. Ala. 20
KERPER. ALICE MAUDE. On Sunday May
1 *. 1936. at her residence. 3707 18th
at. n.e,. ALICE MAUDE KERPER (nee
Snyder). beloved mother of Esther F
Giovannoni. Funeral services at Hy
aong's parlors. 1300 N st. n.w.. on
Wednesday. May 20. at 1 p.m. Inter
ment Glenwood Cemetery. 19
Lauck. June Margaret, suddenly, on
Monday. May 18. 1936, at her residence
810 Potomac ave. s.e.. JUNE MARGA
RET LAUCK. the beloved mother of
Thomas N. Segar and Sarah Lauck. Fu
neral services at the W. W. Chambers
Co. Southeast funeral home. 617 11th st
re.. Wednesday May 20. at 8:30 a.m ;
thence to St. Peter's Catholic Church. 2d
and C sts. s.e.. where mass will be of
fered at 9 a.m. for the repose of her
soul. Relatives and friends are invited.
Interment Congressional Cemetery. 19
c uiibniaii umciviuna.
Frank Geier’s Sons Co.
ja»"i5 NAtional 2473
Joseph F. Birch’s Sons
(A. L. HAYCOCK, MRT.)
Phone WEst 0006 TATA M St N W
fatabllahed 1841 "* JI
V. L SPEARE CO.
Neither the auecessor to nor connected with
the online! W R Sneare establishment.
NAilons°!°ei:wfli!_1009 H St. N.W.
J. William Lee’s Sons Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Crematorium
4th and Masa. Are N.E Lincoln 5200
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
GEO. A. COMLEY
Artistic Ploral Designs or Experts
Nlaht Phone Cl» rendon 201-J-l__
"GEO. C. SHAFFER
EXPRESSIVE PLORAL TRIBUTES AT
MODERATE PRICES PHONE NAT 010A
STsST Cor. 14th B Eye
GUDE BROS. CO. Floral Piecp*
UU P at N.W. I^UoBal tfTS
Dratljs.
LAWYER. CATHERINE K. On Monday,
May 18. 193d. at her residence. 4009
North iiith st.. Cherrydale. Va.. CATH
ERINE K. LAWYER, beloved wifeof E.
Ray Lawyer and daughter of Church
Clayton and Icy F. Bohrer and mother
of Thelma Aldtne and Bettv Loraine
Lawyer. 8he Is alao survived by threa
brothers. H. E. Bohrer of Hagerstown,
Md.: J. Phillip Bohrer of Washington.
D. C.. and Chalma C. Bohrer of Berk
ley Springs. W. Va.; three sisters. Mrs.
Perry Hottle of Berkley Springs. Mrs.
James A. Bohrer and Mrs. William E.
Bahre. both of Washington. D. C. Re
mains resting at her late residence, where
a short service will be held Wednesday.
May 20. at 9 am.; thence to Union
Chapel, near Berkley Springs. W. Va..
where funeral services will be held at
1 p m. Interment in the church cem
etery.
LEE. CALVIN D. Federal Lodge. No 1,
r. A. A. M.. will hold a special
communication Wednesday. May
• 0. 193d, at 1 prn.. at the Ma
sonic Temple, for the purpose
of giving a Masonic burial to
our late brothes. CALVIN D. LEE.
„ EMILE A. LOEHL. W. M.
W. B. FURR. Secretary. 19
LORIA. ANTONIO On Sunday May 17.
193d. at the home of his daughter. Mrs.
Anna Dl Vccchia. H24 Silver Spring ave
Silver Spring. Md.. ANTONIO LORIA.
husband of Anna Loria. Body resting at
Warner E Pumphrey's funeral home.
S424 Georgia ave Silver Spring. Md
Services at SI Michael s Catholic Church
on Wednesday. May 29. where mass will
be said at 9 a m. for the repose of hts
soul Interment St. Mary's Cemetery.
MACKEY. JOHN. On Sunday. May 17.
193d. at Naval Hospital. MACKEY
the beloved husband of Julia Mackey and
father of Charles Mackey and Mrs
Catherine August. Funeral from his late
residence. 3107 4th st. north. Claren
don. Va.. on Wednesday, May 20. at
10:30 am. Services in Fort Mvrr
Chapel. Fort Myrr. Va.. at It am KG;
atives and friends invited. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery in
MACKEY. JENNIE ELMORE. On Monday.
May IX. 1!»3H. at b a m.. JENNIE EL
MORE MACKEY. a<?cd ;x years, wife of
the late Arthur Elmore and beloved
mother of Emmet Elmore. Theadore El
more and Mrs. W B Rowe. Funeral
from her late residence. 40X G st. n.e..
on Wednrsday. Mav *!<>. at *1:30 pm.
Services at the Epiphany Church, u
st. between 13th and 1 Hh sts. nw
at 3 p m. Relatives and friends invited
to attend. Interment at Glenwood Cem
etery.
MAHER. MARY VIRGINIA. On Tuesday
May in 1 !>:(«>. at the residence of her
daughter. Mrs. Grace A Hmnmersla
•>loo Kansas ave. n.w.. MARY VIR
GINIA MAHER, beloved wife of Thomas
F Maher and mother of Lawrence E
Maher. Mrs. Teresa McConnell and Mrs
Grace A Hammersla. Funeral from the
above residence on many. May ... ««- -
am Rcauiem mass at St. Gabriels
Church at am. Relatives and
friends invited to attend. Interm nt
Mount Olivet Cemetery. *~i
I McGILVREY. TILGRIM. Departed this
life on Tuesday. May !!'. ll'JI" PIL
GRIM MCGILVREY of *>414 Huron st.
Cedar Heights. Md He leavesto mourr
their loss a devoted wife. Pearl Me
GUvrey; two sons. Claude and Dame
McGilvrey: one daughter. Elizabeth E
McGilvrey. and many other relative:
and friends Remains resting at th*
Malvan & Schey Deanwood funeral home
4445 Dean ave. ne Funeral Friday
May 22. at 1 D m. from above oarlors
Elder Davis ofliciating Relatives anc
friends invited Interment Lincoln Memo
rial Cemetery. 2*J
1 McKEE. MARY. On Saturday. May IS
lPhti. at the residence of her sister. 1521s
5th st. n.w.. MARY McKEE. the beloved
wife of the late John McKee She also
leaves three sisters, two brothers and
otner relatives and friends to mourn
their loss. Funeral Wednesday. May 20,
at 1 D.m . from Henry S. Washington
A Son's funeral home. 4HT N st n.w
Interment in Arlington National Ceme
tery. 10*
MOORE. JENNIE. On Tuesday May 10
Mrs. JENNIE MOORE, wife of thf
late Darwin D. Moore and devotee
friend of Mrs. Jennie M. Webster. Re
mains resting at the McGuire funcra
home. 1820 Oth st. n.w. Notice of fu
neral hereafter. 20
PARMALEE. MARTHA. On Monday. Ma:
1 h. lo;w. at Providence Hospital. MAH
THA. beloved wife of the late Sold
Parmahe. Remains resting at Gasch ,
Sons funeral home. 40 Maryland ave.
Hyattsviile. Md. Services at the Branch
ville M. E Church on Wednesday Ma:
•JO. at 2:.'to p m. Relatives and friend:
invited Interment Beltsville. Md.
RICHARDS. FRANCES. Departed this lifi
on Tuesday. May 10. 1 !».*{•». at Galling?
Hospital. FRANCES RICHARDS. Shi
leaves to mourn their loss two oevotet
sisters. Mrs Mary J Hawkins and Mrs
Maude Wood: five brothers. Willie. Her
bert. Frank. George and Horne R ch
ards and many other relatives an<
friends. Remains resting at the Mai
van A Schey funeral home. New Jerse:
ave and R st. n.w. Notice of funera
later
SEEBODE. MARGARET (MAGGIE). Oi
Monday. May 18. 1900. MARGAREJ
< MAGGIEi SEEBODE. the beloved wifi
of Fred Seebode and mother of Willian
F. and Henry A. Seebode. Funeral Iron
the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home
1400 Chapin st. n.w . on Wednesday
friends invited. Interment at Prospec
Hill Cemetery.
SMITH. FLORENCE JOAN. Departed thi
*ife on Sunday, May 17. lintti. at he
residence. iiH Pierce st. n.w.. FLORKNCJ
' JOAN SMITH Remains resting at thi
Malvan a- Schey funeral home. New Jer
sey »ve. and R st. n.w Funeral Wednes
day. May HO. from her late residence a
1 pm. Relatives and friends invited
Interment Harmony Cemetery.
THOMPSON, WILLIAM. Departed thi:
life on Saturday. May 10. 1030. WIL
LIAM THOMPSON, the husband of Mar:
E. Thompson. He leaves to mourn then
loss one brother. James Ray: two sons
one daughter. Remains resting with L
E, Murray A Son. lHth and V ats. n.w
Funeral Wednesday. May Hit. at 1 p.m
from Mount Paran Baptist Church. In
terment in Rosemont Cemetery. 19
WILKES. REGINALD P. On Saturday. Ma:
Id. llt.'Ki at his residence. 17in 4th st
n.w.. REGINALD P. WILKES, son ol th:
late William H and Sarah N. Wilkes
beloved husband of Priscilla Trumai
Wilkes and devoted brother of Mrs
Justine Wilkes Greene. Mrs. Trumai
Carroll. William H Wilkes of Boston
Mass. and the late Laura E. Wilkes
Funeral Wednesday. May Hu. at H:3i
p.m. from Metropolitan A. M, E. Church
M st. between loth and lfitii sts. n.w
Relatives and friends invited Inter
ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 10
i WILKE’S, REGINALD P. , Officers ant
members ol the James Reesi
(Europe Post No. 5. and Drun
and Bugle Corps, with full uni
form and equipment, will assem
ble at 1710 4t.h st n.w.. Wed
nesdav. May HU, IHltti. at 2 p.m
to attend the funeral service,
of our late comrade. REGINALD P
WILKES By order of
CLIFTON C. ANDERSON Commander
Attest: GEORGE W. REED. Adjutant 1!
WILLIAMS. ETHEL. Departed this life oi
Sunday. Mav 17. 193H. at Freedmen'i
Hospital. She leaves to mourn a de
voted husband. Joseph Williams: ont
sister, one brother and a host of othei
relatives and friends Fhinera! Thurs
day. May Hi. at H p.m.. from Mourn
Alia Church. Rev Tyler officiating
Friends and relatives invited. Inter
ment Harmony Cemetery. HO
WONDRACK. JOSEPH F Suddenly, m
Tuesday Mav 10. IP.TtV at his rest
dence. HH4 C st. n e . JOSEPH F. WOND
RACK, beloved father of Julius F.. Wal
ter J. and Arthur J Wondrack: Mrs
Helen A Bryant and Mrs. Bertha O
Lewis. Funeral from his late resident
Friday. May HH. at H p.m. Relative:
and friends invited. Interment Fori
Lincoln Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers
in fUrmoriam.
Ct'RRY. ELLEN. In sad but loving re>
membrance of my dear wife. ELLEF
CURP.Y. who departed this life one yeai
ago today. May 10. 1935.
Gone, but not forgotten.
HER DEVOTED HUSBAND. J. C. CURRY

DORSEY. JLLIA F. AND JOHN H. Ir
loving remembrance of our dear mother
JULIA F. DORSEY, who left us sixteer
years ago todav. May in. 1920. and oui
father. JOHN H. DORSEY, who passed
away twenty-six days ago. April 24.
• Only a prayer that is tender.
Tender deep and true;
And it comes from our hearts, deal
While we are thinking of you.
LOVING DAUGHTERS MAGGIE COL1
AND MARY DICKERSON. •
GEDXEY. W. E In memory of oui
friend. W. E GEDNEY. who died eishl
years ago today. May IP. 1036.
And while he lies in peaceful sleep.
His memory we will always keep.
MRS. GART TNGER AND FAMILY. <
GROSHON. MATTIE It. In sad and los
ing remembrance of our dear mother
MATTIE B. GROSHON. who departed
this life ten years ago today. May IP
1026.
We were all so happy
When you lived and we all were to
gether.
But. oh. how changed It all Is now.
Since you have gone forever.
Surrounded by friends we are lonesome
In the midst of pleasure we're blue.
And deep down in our hearts, deal
mother.
Is a place kept just for you.
HER CHILDREN. <
NAYLOR. LOTTIE V. A tribute of devo
tion to the memory of my beloved god
mother. LOTTIE V. NAYLOR, who de
parted this life May 10, 1934.
In the garden of sweet remembrance!
There ts a little sheltered soot.
Fragrant with blossoms of beauty
Of tender love and the sweet forget
me-not.
DEVOTED GODCHILD. ALYCE. '
POLLARD. MARI*. In sad but loving re
membrance of my dear mother. MARY
POLLARD, who departed this life twc
years ago today. May 19. 1934.
Rest in peace, your work is ended:
Sweetly sleep, your race is run:
You have gone where those who loved you
Are surelv coming one by one.
YOUR DEVOTED SON. WILLIAM HAR
OLD. •
RULLMANN. SARAH JANE. A tribute ol
love to the memory of our dear, beloved
mother. SARAH JANE RULLMANN. whe
left us to go to heaven nineteen yean
ago today. May 19. 1917.
Mother of ours, the years roll on.
Nineteen long years since you have been
gone.
Gone? Yet your deer presence seem;
ever near
To help and to guide us year after year
There is no sift below, above.
Nor should we seek another
More dear to us than just the lovt
Of you, our own detr mother
HER DEVOTip CHILDREN. 1
Itt fflfmnriam.*
SPRIGGS. JUANITA MITCHELL. In lov
ing memory of my devoted daughter and
our dear sister. JUANITA MITCHELL
SPRIGGS, who died five years ago to-'
MOTHER. 8IETi£r1 AND BROTHERS.
WEBSTER. GENEVA JOHNSON. In sad
but loving remembrance of our devoted
wife and mothtr. GENEVA JOHNSON
WEBSTER, who fell asleep In Jesus'
arms seven years ago today. May 19,
1929.
Friends are made by folks like us
And perhaps by many others.
But at journey's end we’ll always find
Only God can give us such a wife and
mother_
HER DEVOTED HUSBAND AND CHIL
DREN. •
WILLIAMS. GEORGE H. In sad but lov
ing memory of my dear son. GEORGE
H. WILLIAMS, who passed from this life
Mav 19. 1935.
Days of sadness still come over me.
Burning tears do often flow:
But memory keeps you ever near me
Since you left one year ago.
MOTHER. MARY WILLIAMS.
RETIRED POLICEMAN
DIES AT HOME HERE
Long Illness Fatal to Wilson L.
Davis—Burial to Be at
1 TV • 11
ucuai nui.
Wilson L. Davis, 58. retired Metro
politan policeman, died Sunday after &
long illness at his home, 1522 Twenty
fifth street southeast.
Funeral services were to be held at
2.30 p.m. today at the residence.
Burial was to be in Cedar Hill Ceme
tery.
Mr. Davis was retired in November.
1927, for disability, after a service of
nearly 20 years. His last duty was at
No. 11 precinct.
He was a member of the Association
of Retired Policemen, of Hope Lodge
of Masons and of the Modern Wood
men of America.
Surviving him are his widow, Mrs.
Isabelle Edna Davis; two daughters.
Miss Celeste Davis and Mrs. Edna
Aileen Ridgwa.v; three brothers, La
mon. Frink and Edwin Davis, and two
sisters. Mrs. Lottie Turner and Mrs.
Rebecca Penn, all of this city. He
also leaves two grandchildren.
. .... m ■ ■ ■ — —
Births Reported.
George J. and Julia C. Link. boy.
Albert L. and Harriet R Warner, boy.
Andrew D. and Anna H. Ring. boy.
Norman P and Mary K Heydenbur*. tirl.
Richard and Helen Lyles boy
George and Goldie Jones boy.
FATHER HERIZ DIES;
REIIGNUSLEADER
Superior of Discalced Car
melite Order Aided Poor
and Distressed.
Very Rev. Paschasius Heriz. O. C. D.,
superior of the Discalced Carmelite
Fathers In Wash
: ington and a
: leading spiritual
■ director of re
' ligious communl
[ ties, died last
j night In Provl
i dence Hospital.
Father Heriz,
i who was 69, had
' been ill about
j two weeks as a
'• result of a break
down from over
• work. Superiors
j of the leading
_ ^ , religious oraers
Father Her1* asJodated wJth
Catholic University expressed grief at
the news of his death.
A native of Province of Alva, Spain.
Father Hertz’s secular and theological
studies were pursued in Larea and
Burgos. Spain. He was ordained in
the Order of Discalced Carmelites in
1897 and was detailed to missionary
work in the Diocese of Quilon, India,
| for 15 years.
He spend a few years in the Car
melite missions of Arizona and in
1916 was sent to this city to establish
the Carmelite Community at Catholic
University.
He aided In superintending the
building of the Carmelite monastery,
! 150 Rhode Island avenue northeast,
| in 1920. During the last 15 years his
i spiritual labors have been widespread.
He had been confessor and spiritual
director of many leaders of both men's
and women's religious orders. Many
of the poor and distressed visited the
monastery to seek his guidance.
In 1923 he founded the Mount Car
mel House of Retreat for Women. He
was the first priest in the diocese to
introduce the devotion in honor of 8t.
Theresa, "The Little Flower,” even be
fore the young Carmelite nun had
been beautified by the church. He
was founder and first editor of Mount
Carmel Magazine and was author of
many devotional booklets and prayers.
Among his books were "Holiness In the
Cloister” and " Life of St. John of
the Cross.”
The body will lie in state in the
Chapel of the Carmelite Monastery
until late tonight. Solemn requiem
mass will be celebrated In the chapel
at 9 a.m. tomorrow by Rev. Father
Dominic, O. C. D. Rev. Father Ber
nard will be deacon and Rev. Brother
Louts subdeacon. Buriai will be In St.
Mary's Cemetery.
REV. A. i. GUINEY
RITES ANNOUNCED
Requiem Mass Tomorrow to Be
Followed by Interment in
Jesuit Cemetery.
Funeral services were announced to
day for iRev. Aloyslus J. Guiney. 8. J.,
former parish priest in Maryland, who
died of heart disease early yesterday
in Georgetown University Hospital.
He was 63.
The office of the dead will be con
ducted at 7:30 o’clock tonight at
Georgetown, followed by requiem mass
at 7:15 am. tomorrow in Dahlgren
Chapel. Burial will be in the Jesuit
cemetery of the college.
Father Guiney was a native of
Washington, having been reared in St.
Aloysius’ parish. After being gradu
ated from Gonzaga High School, he
entered the Jesuit order August 10,
1893, and was ordained in 1907 by
the late James Cardinal Gibbons of
Baltimore.
Most of Father Guiney’s parish
work was done in Maryland, where he
was well known. His principal pasts
were at Bowie and Leonardtown, after
the World War. Being a teacher, he
later was transferred to Loyola High
School in New York City and several
years ago came to the Georgetown
Preparatory School at Garrett Park,
Md. After a year and a half there,
heart trouble necessitated his retire
ment. For the last year, he had re
sided at Georgetown University.
ARTHUR L FLINT.
CANAL CHIEF. DIES
Head of Local Office of
Panama Commission Ex
pires in New York.
Arthur Lewi* Flint, 64, chief of the
Washington office of the Panama
Canal Commission, died suddenly of
a heart attack yesterday afternoon in
New York. He left for New York Sun
day and attended a meeting of the
Panama Railroad Co. Board of Direc
tors there yesterday morning.
Mr. Flint, whose home was at
Friendship Heights, Md., had been a
member of the Panama Canal Com
mission for some 30 years.
A native of Eastbourne, England, he
came to this country as a young man
and lived for several years in Ohio
before coming to the District to study
law at the old Columbian College, now
George Washington University. He
received both his bachelor and master
of laws degrees there.
About the turn of the century Gen.
Nelson A. Miles, the famous Indian
fighter, persuaded Mr. Flint to accom
pany him as private secretary on a
trip around the world. Shortly after
returning Mr. Flint joined the Pan
ama Canal Commission.
Mr. Flint was a member of the Ma
sonic fraternity and was active In the
Episcopal church. He was warden of
St. Columba Episcopal Church and be
longed to the Bethesda Lodge of Ma
sons.
Surviving him are his widow. Mrs.
Florence Flint; a daughter, Miss Louise
Flint, both of Friendship Heights;
son Miles Flint of Loe Angeles, and a
brother, Albert F. Flint of Boston.
Girl
(Continued From First Page.)
the First National Bank of Shenan
doah, and an aunt, Mrs. Henry O.
Strickler, they drove to Washington
for the thrill of their young lifetime.
Excitedly Betty and Nancy Joined
Mrs. Flossie Sullivan, 261 Kentucky
avenue southeast, Nancy's old nurse,
who was to take them to the circus,
and off they went.
Each new act, each Clownish antic
brought cries of pleasure to the sisters’
lips. Then came the cloudburst and
panic.
The big top sagged under its burden
of rainwater. Down came a pole tall
as a house. It crashed against Betty's
head. Two hours later she died in
Sibley Hospital.
Nancy did not know last night that
her sister had been killed, but they
broke the news to her this morning.
It took a long time to quiet her shak
ing sobs. Mrs. Roudabush, too, was
prostrate.
Betty's father, Avis R. Roudabush,
did not know yesterday that his chil
dren had gone to the circus, it was
understood. When news of the acci
dent came, he drove here with Susan,
23, a daughter by another marriage.
Coroner A. Magruder MacDonald
indicated he would not hold an in
quest. He inspected the tent yester
day and said all equipment seemed to
be new and m good condition. The
pole which killed Betty had been *
properly erected, he Mid. adding that,
the accident seemed to have been
caused by a storm-torn rope.
CALVIN D. LEE DEAD
Calvin D. Lee, 42, co-proprietor of
the Hoy Toy Chinese Restaurant at
5522 Connecticut avenue, died Sunday
after a long illness in the Pennsylvania
University Hospital, Philadelphia.
Funeral services will be held here
at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the O. B. Jenkins
funeral pariors, 809 Tenth atreet. The
Federal Lodge of Masons, of which Mr.
Lee was a member, will hold special
Masonic rites. Burial will be in Cedar
Hill Cemetery.
Mr. Lee was in partnership with his
brother, George' Lee, in conducting
the restaurant.
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