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CONYERS. MARCILLA F. The family of the late MARCILLA F. CONYERS wish to thank their many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and beau tiful floral tributes at the time of their bereavement. _ SIDNEY B CONYERS. MRS GEORGIE M. PATTERSON. EVERSON D. CON YERS. WILLIAMS. ADEI.IA A. Tlie family of the late ADELIA A WILLIAMS wish to thank the many membera and friends Of Asbury M E. Church and relatives for their kindness during the Illness and many kind expressions of sympathy and beautiful floral tributes at the time of REV. r!m* WILLIAMS AND FAMILY. 30 SratlpJ. ANDREWS. WILLIAM H. Departed this life on Friday. Mav 2P. 103b. at Vista ltd . WILLIAM H ANDREWS, beloved husband of Ruth E Andrews, ion of Elsie Andrews and the late Wiley An drews He is also survived by three daughters. Mrs Eva Lewis. Mrs Helen Stewart and Ruth E. Andrews: five sis lers. two brothers and other relaUves and friends Remains resting at Fra sier's funeral home. 380 R. I. aye. 1mw Funeral Tuesday, June 3. at 1 P.m. from the above funeral home. Inter ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery 1 ASH. ELLA SEBASTIAN. On Wednesday. May 27 1938. at Homeopathic Hospital. ELLA SEBASTIAN ASH. wife of Henry F Ash and beloved mother of Jqnn r. and Helen M. Ash. Remains resting at her late home. 1412 33rd at. n.w Serv ices at Grace Episcopal Church George town. on Saturday. Mav 30. at 11 a-in. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. BARRETT. DAVID LAWRENCE. SR. Cm Thursday. May 28. 1936, at r,e.**" dene*. Queens Chapel rd.. Hyattsville. Md.. DAVID LAWRENCE BARRETT, ar . beloved husband of the late Gertrude Barrett Funeral from his late resi dence on Monday. June 1. at 8:30 am. Reauiem mass at St. Jeromes Church. Hyattsville. Md at 9 a m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery •'» BROOKHART. WILLIAM WALLER Sud denly on Wednesday May 2.. 1JM6- at 4 pm bv automobile accident. \VILLIAM WALLER BROOKHART. aeed years 8 months beloved son of Smith W jr.. and Elizabeth W Brookhart Funeral services at the home at A»14 Chevy Chase Parkway n.w.. Friday. May ~s». at 2 pm. Interment in Rock Creek Cemetery. CROWLEY. JUAN N.I/.ABtm Km | day May 2#. 1936. at Childrens Hos pital. JOAN ELIZABETH CROWLEY be loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Crowlev (nee Walter' of 310 Oakmont ave.. Scat Pleasant. Md. Funeral will be held from Timothy Hanlon's funeral parlors. 641 H st. n.e.. on Saturday. May 30 at 10 a m Burial In Cedar Hill : Cemetery Relatives and friends invited. KILLER. EMMANUEL. On Tuesday May 1936 at Casualty Hospital, alter a brief illness EMMANUEL, the beloved .son of Emitt and Florence Fuller of 1 Florida ave n.e He also leaves one * sister and other relatives and friends , to mourn their loss Funeral from Henry S Washington A Son's funeral home. «467 N st nw. Sunday. May 31. at 1 p m Relatives and friends invited. Re # mains may be viewed after 3 p.m. Sat f urday 30 GARNER. HI TH M. Departed this life on ' Wednesday May 27 1936. at 9;25 P.m.. at her residence. 335 H st. s.w.. RUTH M GARNER She leaves to mourn their loss, beloved husband. Edward Garner, devoted mother and father. George and Charitv Miles, three sons. Edward lr.. Alfred and Lawrence Garner, three de voted aunts. Sophia Freeman. Essie Cole man and Ruth Willis, and a host of other relatives and friends Funeral Saturday May 36. from St. Vincent de Paul's Church. South Capitol and M sts. se. at f* am. Interment. Mount Olivet Cemetery. GENTRY. JEFFERSON F. On Thursday. May 28. 11*36. at Georgetown Univer sity Hospital. Washington D C., in his 83rd '-ear JEFFERSON F GENTRY of 1018 N Glebe road. Ballston. Va . be loved husband of the late Lulu B Gen try and father ol Mrs Lawrence Doug las. Remains resting at the Ives fu neral home. 3847 Wilson blvd.. Claren don. Va Funeral services and inter ment Saturday. May 3ti. at _ p.m.. at the old Blandford Cemetery. Petersburg. V it. GRAY. MILDRED. Departed this life on Wednesday. May 37. 1030. at her resi dence 1033 Lamont st. n w. alter a brief Illness. MILDRED GRAY the be loved wile of the lat” Simon Gray, moth er of Chester Gray and .Less'e Min2J sister of Charles Garnett ol Wheeling. W. Va. She also, leaves two grandchildren. Clarence Minor and Gladys Gray: one great-grandchild and other relatives and friends. Funeral Saturday. May 30. at lem from Florida Avenue Baptist Church. Interment Harmony Cemetery. GRAY. MILDRED. All members of Nar cissus Tent. No. 102. are requested to be present at 1 P.m. Saturday. Mas 30. 1036 at Florida Avenue Baptist Church to attend the funeral of Sister MILDRED GRAY Sister tents Invited. SIS MARIE PORTER S M SIS FLORENCE MORTON. Leader. S. P, HAILSTORKS F Sec. GUSTAFSON. WILLIAM. Suddenly on Thursday May 38. 1036. WILLIAM GUSTAFSON aged 50 years, the beloved husband of He'en Gustafson and father of Helen William, jr . and Sylvia Gus tafson. Remains resting at the W. W. Chambers Co. suburban funeral home. 018 Cleveland ave . Riverdale. M<U until 12 noon. Monday. June 1. Funeral services and interment in Arlington National Cemetery at 1:30 p.m. Rela a.__-J - i n fad tn aftgnH .11 BEARN REV. CHARLES W. On Thurs day. May 28. 1936. at his residency ISIS Central ave. n.e.. Rev. CHARLES W HEARN beloved husband of Rosa E Hearn, father of Forest M. Hearn and Rev Frank E Hearn and Mrs. Mary Saunders He Is also survived by several grandchildren and other relatives. Re mains resting at Stewart's funeral home. 30 H st. n.e.. until Saturday May 30: thereafter at his late residence. Funeral Monday June 1 at 1 p.m.. from Liberty Baptist Church. 23rd st. n.w. between H and Eye sts. Interment Harmony Cemetery 31 BESS. GOTTLOB. On Friday. May 2f>. 1930. GOTTLOB HESS, beloved husband of Fredricka Hess and father of Fred G and Theodore J Hess and Mrs. M. L Yobst. Funeral from the W. W. Deal funeral home. 81H H st. n.e.. on Mon day. June 1. at 2 p.m Relatives and friends Invited. Interment in C»dar Hill Cemetery. 31 Bl’NTLEY. AMELIA ELMORE. On Thurs day. Mas- 28. 1936. at her home. Wash ington Grove. Md.. AMELIA El .MORE HUNTLEY, aged 92 years. Remains resting at Gartner's funeral home, Gaithersburg. Md. Notice of funeral later. Bl'TCHINSON. EVELYN MARIE. On Thursday. May 28. 1936. at Sibley Hos pital. EVELYN MARIE HUTCHINSON of 6.31 Elliott st. n.e.. beloved daughter of Chauncey and Idelle Hutchinson (nee Kisler). Remains resting at the S H. Hines Co funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. JOHNSON. ELLA. Departed this life Wed nesday. May 27. 1936, at 3:20 am.. ELLA JOHNSON of 161 Adams st. n w„ the beloved wife of French Johnson, mother of Alphonro and Olivia Johnson and niece of Mrs. Ellen Rhone. Re mains resting at Boyds funeral home, loth and L sts. n.w. Funeral Satur day May 3(i. at 1 p.m.. from the chapel of the above funeral home. • LAW. JAMES. On Thursday, Mav 28. 1938. at Emergency Hospital. JAMES LAW of 4725 Wisconsin ave. He Is survived by three sons. Frank. Elmer and Lawrence Law: a daughter. Mrs. An nette Gerst. and a daughter-tn-law'. Mina Law. wife of the late Lewis Law. Remains resting at his late residence. Funeral frem St. Columba's Episcopal Church. 42nd and Albemarle sts. n w.. on Monday. June 1. at 3 p.m. Inter ment Arlington National Cemetery. 31 Lindenkohl. Josephine, suddenly, on Thursday. May 28. 1936. at Sibley Hos pital. JOSEPHINE LINDENKOHL. sister of Martha Lindenkohl. Funeral serv ices at the S. H. Hines Co.. 2901 3 4th st. n w.. on Saturday. May 30. at 2 p.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. MARKS. JOSEPH TERRY. On Friday. May 29. 1936. at his residence. 3 425 Kearney st. n.e.. JOSEPH TERRY MARKS beloved husband of Leo Nora Marks. Notice of funeral later. McCl'LLl’M. MARGARET T. On Friday. May 29. 1936. at 2:30 a.m.. at her residence. 922 North Carolina ave. s.e.. MARGARET T^ beloved wife of the late william H. McCullum (nee Flynnl Fu neral from the above residence on' Mon St?3’-.*^1111? 1. at 8:30 a.m.: thence to st Peter s Church, where mass will be offered at n a m Relatives and friends ar#* invited. Interment Mount Olivet cemptery. 31 _funeral directors V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither the successor to nor connected with the orlflna] W R 8oesre establishment NAtlon«°lD,2892 1009 H St. N.W. J. William Lee’s Sons Co. funeral directors. Crematorium 4th tnd Msss Are N.B Lincoln 6200 Frank Geier’s Sons Co. NAtional 2473 Joseph F. Birch’s Sons (A. L. HAYCOCK. MR.) mm°894? 3034 M St. N.W. Chamber^ One at the Larcest Undertakers in the World 1400 Chapin St. N.W. Col. 0432 517 11th St. S.E. Atlantic 6700 FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. A. COMLEY Artistic Flore) Desltns o» Experts Nleht Phone Clarendon 281-J-l GEO. C. SHAFFER EXPRESSIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES AY MODERATE PRICES PHONE NAT 01 Of Cor. 14 th «Evt GUDE BROS. CO. Floral Piacos ISIS F St. N.W NAtional 4*76 h RECREATION PM National Officials Will See Chopawamsic Area on June 5. t By the Associated Press. RICHMOND, Va„ May 29.—Wilbur C. Hall, chairman of the State Con servation and Development Commis sion, said today National Park offi cials would inspect the Chopawamsic recreational demonstration project, in Prince William County, June 5. The 15,000-acre project, 35 miles southwest of Washington, near the Richmond-Washington Highway, la typical of the 46 recreational land use projects under development In 24 States. The Chopawamsic area will be administered by the National Capital Parks, a Federal agency which ad ministers parks in the District of Col umbia. It is being developed primarily for the use of the underprivileged of the District of Columbia area, but will be open to similar groups in Virginia. Hall said one of the purposes of the National Park Service's development of the Chopawamsic area was to help more than 100 families, many of which have been on relief, in the project area. Some are being helped through the Resettlement Administration, to move to more productive farm land, while others have been given em ployment in the recreation area de velopment. Girl's Assailant Executed. HUNTSVILLE, Tex., May 29 (^P).— Willie Dickerson, colored, convicted of criminally attacking a 4-year-old girl, was executed early today In the State prison. went to his death without mak- j ing a statement. Dratha. MrOl'INN. WILLIAM On Thursday. May 28. 1936. at his residence. 1008 N. Bu channon st.. Ballston. Va.. WILLIAM Mc QUINN. beloved husband of Ada H Mc Quinn. He is also survived by five sons, two daughters and two grandsons Re mains resting at Ives' funeral home. 2847 Wilson blvd.. Clarendon. Va where funeral services will be held Saturday. May 30. at 2 D.m. Interment Colum bia Gardens Cemetery. Clarendon. Va. MERKER. WILLIAM ANDREW CANFIELD. On Friday. May 29. 1936. at his resi dence. 819 21st st.. Virginia Highlands. Va.. WILLIAM ANDREW CANFIELD MERKER. beloved husband of Carolyn Merker. He is also survived by four children. Notice of funeral later. MESSNER. CLINTON T. On Thursday. Mav 28. 1936. at his residence. 5712 33rd st. n.w.. in the 50th year of his age. CLINTON T. MESSNER. Services at Gawler's chapel. 1750 Pa. ave. n.w,. on Monday. June 1. at 10 a m Inter ment Arlington National Cemetery. 31 MILLER. OTTO C. On Thursday May 28. 1936. OTTO C MILLER, aged 47 years, beloved husband of Ruby Miller. Fu neral from the W W. Deal funeral home. 816 H st. n.e.. on Monday. June 1. at 9:30 a m Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 30 MORRIS. MILTON. On Thursday. May 28. 1930. at Mount Alto Hospital MILTON MORRIS, beloved brother of Alohonso MOrris and cousin of Mamie Wheeler. Remains resting at Frasier's funeral home. 389 R. I. ave. n.w: Funeral Mon day. June 1. at 1 o.m.. from the above funeral home. Relatives and friends in vited to attend Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 31 PRAVIS. SEELY. On Wednesday. Mav 27. 1936. SEELY PRAVIS. mother of Mary Brkscoe and Christian Carter: grand mother of Gertrude Smith and great grandmother of two children, sister of EHa Fletcher and Mary Smith. Funeral Monday. June 1. at 1 p.m.. from parlors of Robert Campbell 423 4th st. S.W., Rev. J. W. MCCOV officiating. 29-31 REESE. ARTHUR 8. On Friday. May 29. 1936. at his residence. 849 Forrest drive. Hyattsville. Md . ARTHUR 8.. the be loved father of Claude A.. Milo 8, and Robert R. Reese. Mrs. Ella V. Has son. James Gilbert Reese and Mrs. Mane L Franklin. Remaina resting at the above residence. Notice of funeral later. SCHAEFER. GEORGE A. Suddenly, on Thursday May 28. 1936. GEORGE A SCHAEFER, beloved husband of Mar garet E Schaefer fnee Burdette', of 200 Q st. n.w . and father of William F . Louis A . George H.. Charles E.. Emma M. and Eva N. Schaefer. Mrs. Anna M Newlon and Mrs. Mary K Tullis. Re mains resting at the above residence. Notice of funeral later. SCHLOSSER. SARAH. On Thursday. May 28. 1936. at Emergency Hospital, in her 74th year. SARAH SCHLOSSER. Remains resting at Daniansky's funeral tarlor. 3501 14th st. n.w. Notice of TRIMMER. CAROLINE. Departed this life on Wednesday. May 27. 1936. at 0:30 p m at her residence. 330 G st. s.e. CAROLINE TRIMMER the wife of the late James Trimmer, the beloved mother of three sons. Frank. George J and Fred Trimmer: devoted sister of Mrs. Ann Carter Mrs. Clara Brooks. Mrs. Margaret Hill. Mrs. Agnes Jones and Mrs Georgi ans Tucker. Body temporarily resting at Geo A. Better ft Sons' funeral home. 1203 Walter st. s.e.. until 3 D.m. Fri day: thereafter at her late residence. Funeral services Saturday at 9 a.m. at St. Cyprian’s Catholic Church. 13th and C ats. s.e . where reoulem mass will be said. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 29* TRCETT. REV. GEORGE E. On Wednef day. May 27. 1936. at his home. Vander werken. Va.. Rev. GEORGE E. TRUETT. aged 82 years, beloved husband of Ella Vanderwerken Truett. He also Is sur vived by two daughters. Mrs. Arnim Hughes of Vanderwerken and Mrs. G. Jeter Jones of Richmond. Va. Funeral services at the West Washington Baptist Church. 31st and N sts. n.w.. on Friday. May 29. at 3 p.m. Interment in Oak Hill Cemetery. Please omit flowers. 29 VAN FOSSEN. MARGARET. On Thurs day. May 28. 1936. MARGARET VAN FOSSEN. beloved wife of Mason P. Van Fossen and mother of William P. Lee. Mary E. and Helen M. Van Fossen. Re mains resting at the W. W. Chambers Southeast funeral home. 517 11th at. a.e. Interment Russell. Ky. WHITTLE. LAWRENCE C. On Wednesday. May 27. 1936, at 19:16 p.m., at Walter Reed Hospital. LAWRENCE C. WHITTLE, husband of Luvenia Whittle, son of Jake Whittle and the late Leans Whittle. He also la survived by two brothers, one sis ter and other relatives and friends. Re mains resting at Frazier’s funeral home •189 R. I. ave. n.w Funeral Saturdgy. Mav 30. at 2:30 p.m.. from the above funeral home. Remains will then be shiDped to Granltcville. 8. C. 29 Itf Utmnrtam. BAILEY. ELLA H. In sad but loving re membrance of our dear wife and mother. ELLA H. BAILEY, who departed thla life May 28. 1033. We think of you in silence. No one can aee us weep; But a silent tear Is shed. ... When others are asleep HER DEVOTED HUSBAND AND CHTL DREN • CRAMER. CHARLES E. In sad but lov of mJr husband. CHARLE8 E. CRAMER, who passed away one year ago today. May 29. 1936. Remembering you. missing you. our first year apart. A loving husband, so true and kind. Upright and just to the end of his days. Sincere and kind in heart and mind. What a beautiful memory he left behind HIS LOVING WIFE. MAGGIE CRAMER. • NAYLOR. LAURA V. In loving remem brance of our dear mother. LAURA V. NAYLOR, who departed this life twenty eight vears ago. May 29. 1908. Treasured thoughts of one ao dear Often bring a silent tear. Thoughts return to scenes long past. Time rolls on. but memory lasts. HER DEVOTED CHILDREN. ANNIE. HAZEL. CHARLIE. RAYMOND AND GROVER. • FOSEY. BERTHA F. In aad but loving remembrance of my beloved wife, BZR TTIA F. POSEY, who departed this life three years ago today Mav 29. 1933. Home at last, so sweetly aleepinc On the Savlor’a gentle breaat. Where there is no pain or sorrow, She finds eternal rest. Dear wife. It matters not which rood I take. How dark or lonely It may be: I know that God will somewhere join The road that leads to thee. DEVOTED HUSBAND. C. P. POSEY. • REYNOLDS. ANNIE ELIZABETH. In lov ing memory of our dear mother. ANNIE ELIZABETH REYNOLDS, who departed this life twenty-two years ago today. May 29. 1914. In our hearts your memory Ungers. You were faithful, fond and true; There Is not a day that passes That we do not think of you. HER HUSBAND AND SONS. • TWINE. CARRIE. A tribute of love to the beautiful memory of our devoted mother. CARRIE TWINE, who departed this Ufe twenty-one years ago today. May 29. 1916. HER CHILDREN. » YOUNG. ELIZABETH F. (NEE BUIE). A tribute of lore to the memory of oar loved one. ELIZABETH F. YOUNG, who departed this Ufe eleven years an today. May 29. 192S. The month of May la here. To us the saddest of the yea: Because eleven years ago ' ‘®T*6wa». HER LOVING MOTHER. 1 CHILDREN. k Bandits Flee Without Loot 4s Tear Gns Floods Bank By the Associated Press. HALEDON. N. J., May 2».—Six ban dits who attempted to hold up the Haledon National Bank today were driven from the bank without any loot when one of the seven employes, lined up before sawed-off shotguns, tripped a lever which flooded the building with tear gas. The bandits, blinded by the gas fumes, fled and made their escape In an automobile which State police said had been stolen only yesterday in ad joining Bergen County. There were four or five customers in the bank in this suburb of Paterson when the bandits entered. Theodore Ellis, an assistant teller, was the employe who set off the tear gas while the bandits were covering him and his co-workers with guns. Less than half an hour later the robbers' car was abandoned near the intersection of Union - and Sherman avenues. Persons living in the neigh borhood said two men leaped from the machine and fled on foot. When the robbers entered the bank one of them covered Marinus C. Tam boer, former State Assemblyman and president of the bank. He ordered him to get into the rear of the bank. The bandits forced Alice Rolando, an employe, to open the door admit ting them to the section of the bank where the vault was, Tamboer said. It was at this moment that the flood of tear gas was let loose, and the ban dits dashed from the bank, crying, gasping and choking, without stopping to seize any money, the president said. ALBERT J. GREGG, 80, DIES IN PURCELLVILLE Funeral Services Will Be Held Tomorrow at 11 A.M. at Home of Bister. breclal Dispatch to The Star. PURCELLVILLE. Va.. May 29 — Albert J. Gregg, 80, prominent resi dent of Purcellville, died early today at the home of his sister, Mrs. Louola Dillon, in Purcellville. following a stroke Tuesday. He was the son of the late Hannon Gregg. Besides Mrs. Dillon, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. R. L. Ransbottom; two sisters, Mrs. Tammie J. Dillon and Mrs. Sarah D. Grubb of Purcellville, and two brothers. Daniel Gregg of Pur cellville and Stephen Gregg of Missouri. Funeral services will be held to morrow morning at 11 o’clock from the residence of Mrs. Dillon, and will be conducted by the Rev. C. L. Beard, pastor of Bethany Methodist Episcopal Church. Interment will be in the Goose Creek Cemetery at Lincoln. MARYLAND EDUCATION BOARD RENAMES COOK All Other Officers Are Re-Elected at Session Held in Baltimore. By the Associated Press. BALTIMORE. May 29—The State Board of Education re-elected all Its officials here yesterday. Dr. Albert S. Cook, who has been State superintendent of schools since 1920. was reappointed for a four-year term. Tasker G. Loundes was re elected president of the board and Dr. J. M. T. Finney was re-elected secretary. Lowndes said other business con sidered was only routine. BOWERS RITES HELD Brother of Lieut. John Bowers Buried in Culpeper. Bpeclal Dlapatcn to The Star. CULPEPER. V*.. May 29—The funeral of Joseph R. Bowers, mem ber of the local police force few 19 years and chief of police for the last 7 years, who died In a Richmond hospital, was held here yesterday. Bowers, a native of this county, is survived by two sons. Russell Bowers, Culpeper, and Carroll Bowers, Rich mond. several grandchildren and two sisters and a brother. His brother is Lieut. John Bowers of the Washing ton Metropolitan police force. Births Reported. James and Mary Arneson. boy. William and Gertrude Ingleton. boy. Oscar and Mabel Htser. girl. Ivy and Annie Potts, boy. James and Mattie Hill. boy. Abby and Madeline Gordon, boy. Arthur and Marlon Robitallle. boy. Irving and Rose Honlkman, girl. John and Mary Daly. girl. Grayson and Gladys Rudd. airl. George and Marcella Bollinger girl. Alfred and Mary Martin, girl. William and Bernice Rodgers, girl. Frank and Ruth Jordan, girl. Clarence and Agnes Hughes, girl. Moultrie and Helen MeCown. boy. Samuel and Julia Gough, jr.. girl. George and Stella McCoy, boy. John and Helen Quigley, boy. Charles and Elizabeth Humphrey boy. Bernie and Mary Beandweln. boy. Morris and Molly Singer, boy. Arthur and Blanche Brie, girl. Emmett and Catherine Lewis, girl. Frank and Fern Barrett, girl. John and Ella Tyson, girl. Joseph end Cornelia Kelly, girl. Frank and Clara Anderaon. girl William and Virginia Church, girl, Bernard and Pearl Schmid, girl. George and Rosa Brown, girl. Eral and Mary Fermandes. bpy, Mark and Eunice Upshur, girl. John and Lesale Flourny. gfrl. Ot'oway and Lucille Austin, boy. Charles and Fula Gibson, boy. James and Hadie Leslie, boy. Laueelot and Lavonne Holder, boy. Henry and Mattie Maxwell, boy. Preston and Dolores Lacy. girl. Otis and Ernestine Winestock. girl. Willie and Marie Boyd. girl. WUfred and Billye Lange, girl. Thomas and Mary Queen, girl. Benjamin and Clara Wedge, boy. William and Masslno Davis, girl. Frank and Eunice Davis girl. Silas and Maude Baxton. boy. Albert and Matgie Lester boy. Robert and Elizabeth Byrd. boy. Frank and Ruth Ford. boy. Clifford and Dorothy Lawrence, girl. Oscar and Angela Tyler, girl. Wilton and Sarah Henson girl. Matthew and Dorothy Bailey, alrl. Deaths Reported. Mary E. Mount. 86. 1423 A st. n.e. Louis P. Gilbert 80. 1012 Otis pi. Prank A. Pierce. 78. Emergency Hospital. Annie A. Hartnett. 74. 1000 B st. s.e. Randolph Perkins. 64. Georgetown Hos pital. James E. Nyman. 59. Sibley Hospital. John Elliot. 60. Emergency Hospital. Cleveland Sweeney. 44. Casualty Hospital. Harvey O. Black 36. 3116 H st. Mary Martin. 34. Providence Hospital. John W. Blgbee 23. Walter Reed Hospital. Infant Earl T. Canard. Jr.. George Wash ington Hospital. William H. Dishman. 76. Soldiers* Home Hospital,_ James W. White. 69. 1345 Port dr. James Coffee 59. Galllnger Hospital. Oeorge Pry. 58 Preedmen's Hospital. John McCoy. 57. 502 24th st. n.e. Forander Thomas. 44. St. Elisabeth's Hospital. Nannie Nelson. 35 Garfield Hospital. Theresa Moore 24. Gallinger Hospital. Dorothy Stewart. 23. Galllnger Hospital. £«•«» E. BIic* 23 Preedmen's Hospital. William A. Banks. 23. 4939 Nash st. n.e. Carols Owens. 23. 1822 4th st. Robert Nielcens 16 Galllnger Hospital. Cornelius Kelsey. ». 343 K st. s.w. Infant Shirley Cooper. Preedmen’s Hos pital. Infant Mason. Preedmen’s Hospital. For Reference ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR *75 No Extra*! For a Rafular $150 Funeral WASHINGTON’S LOWEST PRICES $75 to $200 and up DEAL Funeral Home Phono Li. 8200-8201 OWN TRUCK KILLS DISTRICT EMPLOYE Chauffeur’s Chest Crushed When He Tries to Stop Vehicle. Leaves Nine Children. A widow and nine children today mourned George A. Schaefer, 50. of 200 Q street, who was killed yester day when the left rear wheel of his own two-ton truck rolled over his chest. Schaefer, a chauffeur for the Dis trict Highway Department, was the 37th traffic victim of the year. The toll at this time a year ago was 45. The man was watching laborers load the truck on Fifty-ninth street northeast, between Dix and Foote streets, when suddenly the vehicle began to roll down an incline. He leaped to the running board to pull on the brake, but a jolt threw him beneath the wheel. Coroner A. Ma gruder MacDonald held the death accidental. Mrs. Herbert Coward of Falls Church, Va„ suffered shock in an automobile accident last night on Memorial Highway. She was taken to Columbia Hospital, where her con dition this morning was reported “fairly good." Lucy Davenport, 53, colored, a cook at 4443 Lowell street, was treated for internal injuries and a fractured skull after being struck yesterday by a car at New Mexico avenue and Lowell street. She was taken to Emergency Hospital. Elmer R. Oliver, 21, of 4000 Cathedral avenue, driver of the car, was not held. MRS. RUSS ALEXANDER, FEDERAL WORKER, DIES Native of Latonia, Ky., Received Master of Arts Degree at G. W. in 1926. Mrs. Estelle Alexander, 49. of 1808 Connecticut avenue, clerk at Veterans' Administration, died in Emergency Hospital yesterday, after a short Illness. Mrs. Alexander was the wife of Russ Alexander, printer of The Star. A native of Latonia. Ky., she came to this city many years ago and worked In the War Department before joining the staff of the old Veterans’ Bureau, now the Veterans' Administration. A graduate of George Washington University, Mrs. Alexander obtained her master of arts degree in 1926 after receiving a bachelor of arts degree sev eral years previously. She was a mem ber of the Martha Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. She is survived by her husband and mother, Mrs. Annie Pitman, both of the Connecticut ave nue address. Funeral services were to be held at 3 p.m. today In Hysong's funeral par lors. 1300 N street. Burial was to be in Cedar Hill Cemetery. -• VIRGINIANS WILL JOIN DIVISION CONCENTRATION National Guard Troops Will Train at Indiantown Gap, Pa., This Year. Py the Associated Press. RICHMOND. Va., May 29—The Virginia National Guard troops will train at Indiantown Gap,' Pa., this Summer Instead of Virginia Beach in order to take part in the first mobilza tion of the 29th Division since the World War, Adjt. Gen. 8. Gardner Waller said today. The encampment period will be from August 10 to August 23. Troops from Maryland and the District of Colum bia and an artillery regiment from Pennsylvania will also use the Indian town Gap camp. Gen. Waller said that the Virginia Beach site used by the State Guards men for several years would be head quarters for the John Marshall High School Cadet Corps Camp June 15 to 20. The Guardsmen themselves will concentrate at camping grounds near Front Royal on August 9. and move from there by trucks to Indiantown. The group will not include members of the 24«th Coast Artillery, who will train at Port Monroe. PUBLIC TO DECIDE Suggestions of Contributors Will Determine Form of Monument. Fy the Associated Press. BALTIMORE. May 29 —The Ritchie Memorial Commission has decided to let contributors to the memorial fund determine the type of monument to be established to the late Albert C. Ritchie, Governor of Maryland for 15 years. Col. Stuart S. Janney, chairman of the commission, said “The people should voice their views about the form the memorial ought to take.” “It should not be understood that every individual's ideas can be carried out,” he continued. "That would be impossible. But there can hardly be as many individual groups of Ideas as there are individual subscriptions; there will be a few groups of Ideas and hundreds of individual views will fall Into one of those groups. This should be helpful In making the Anal decision. The commission believes that in extending the opportunity to all Marylanders to subscribe to the Ritchie Memorial It should also invite the fullest and freest voicing of opinions concerning its form.” Col. Janney said no formal “cam paign’’ was planned to raise the money. He said he felt sure the best response would come from a simple announcement that the or ganization had been set up and was ready to receive funds. A number of county chairmen to perfect their own organizations have been ap pointed. Those who have been named include; Washington County, W. D. Byron, Williamsport; Frederick, Hammond Cleary; Carroll County, D. Eugene Walsh. Westminster; Howard, Edwin Warfield, Jr., Woodbine; Prince Georges, H. C. Byrd, College Park; Charles, James W. Wills, La Plata; St. Marys, A. F. King. Leonardtown; Montgomery. E. Brooke Lee; Calvert. John B Gray, Prince Frederick; Anne Arundel, Peter H. Magruder. MILITARY FUNERAL GIVEN DR. MESSNER Chief of U. S. Health Service Den tal Department to Be Buried in Arlington Monday. Dr. Clinton Thad Messner. 50. chief of the United States Public Health Service dental department, who died yesterday of a heart attack, will be buried with military honors in Arling ton National Cemetery at 11 a.m. Monday. Stricken at his home. 5712 Thirty third street, about 4 a.m., he died be fore medical aid could reach him. Mrs. Messner was at his bedside. Dr. Messner had been in charge of the dental service since 1924 and had lectured at post-graduate and dental schools frequently. He entered the service on being discharged from the Army at the close of the World War as a lieutenant colonel in the Medical Corps. Furniture Lamps and Clocks CATLINS, Inc. 1324 N. I. Are. N.W. Nat. 0992 Lighting Fixtmret (cdcvr Hill ^ashinqtim most Beautiful. 0mctery When Beauty is Permanent Time Only Adda tc its Charm Memorial sprays 25c «p • Wreaths, $1 Up Almost as beautiful as real flowers —and. of course, more lasting. Also Fine Selection BEDDING PLANTS 1 flr ea. 3 for 35c 1 9#c dozen Cannes. Petunias. Phlox. Ageratum. Marigolds. Verbenas Sturdy, healthy specimens, most of them now in bloom. On Sale Friday and Satarday Tuxedo-Cheverly Floral Co. Flower Stand Zt. Inside O St. Entrance. O Street Market or at Greenhouse, Tuxedo. Md. The wonderful combination of Chemicals in "Insectine" (In the Green Can) Made it—the standard article—for Bug Troubles—Safe Non-explosive b Efficient. fligns Use /t - Why? tive-Safe-Economical r.ks j^Gooci Housekeepers Use Your safe Policy—to get Quality and Money Value I* to Demand it—by Name and Refute Chieeler Exploeive Imitation*. MRS. BUXTON TO ENTER STATE HOSPITAL TODAY Judges Sign Commitment Papers for Hatchet Slayer of Mother in-Law. By Use Associated Press. EASTON, Md., May 29.—The judges of the circuit bench here yesterday signed an order committing Mrs. Thelma Buxton to Springfield State Hospital until sue recovers her rea son and is discharged from the hos pital "In due course of law.” Mrs. Buxton was declared not guilty by reason of Insanity this week when she was tried on a charge of killing her mother-in-law with a hatchet. The jury found her insane at the time of the crime last Fall and Insane now. Mrs. Buxton, the wife of a Wash ington college professor, may recover her reason within two or three years, State alienists said during her trial. State's Attorney Stephen R. Collins took the commitment papers to the Judges and said he would send Mrs. Buxton to the institution today. She has been held in the detention room of the Chestertown Jail since her trial. The prisoner was sent to Spring Grove State Hospital for observation shortly after Mrs. Effle Buxton’s hacked body was found, and she re mained at that hospital through the Winter. --» Hotel Engineer Dies. Alf Hustofsen, 52, Hamilton Hotel engineer, died of a heart attack last night while attending to his duties. He was discovered unconscious in the hotel boiler room and was pronounced dead by an Emergency Hospital am bulance doctor. He lived at 617 Ashton street, Colmar Manor, Md. YOUNG VIRGINIA G. 0. P/S ISSUE CONVENTION CALL By the Associated Pres*. WOODSTOCK, Va„ May 29 —A call went out today for a State-wide con vention of Young Republicans to be held here June 27. The call was issued by John F. Locke, chairman, and Mrs. William H. Logan, secretary, both of Woodstock, and was addressed to members and leaders of local Young Republican Clubs, prospec- i tive members and party workers and members In every county In the State. The purpose of the convention wai J said by the announcement to be "prep aration for waging intelligent warfare against the forces now Tammanyizing America, heavy taxes, wild spenders and annihilators of constitutional gov ernment and Its guarantees of human freedom and progress.” gmmwammmm \ TS IN TURE I I'flW Collect § automatically cor- |f tension, physical % mental fatigue. % .iic w«oir automatically i| H and permanently p corrects faulty p working posture. p Try the Do At ore | Without Cost or ff Obligation. HARNESS— Repairing of Leather Goods G.W.Kinf.Jr. 511 llthSt.N.W. 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