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COG AN. KATHERINE B. The family of
the late KATHERINE B. COGAN wish
to thank their relatives and friends lor
their many services during her illness
and their kind expressions of sympathy
at the time of her death.
BETTIFORD. EMMA G. The family of the
late EMMA G. PETTTFORD wish to ex
press to their relatives and friends
many thanks for their expression of
aympathy. floral tributes and the use of
ttoeir cars. THE FAMILY.
ADMIRE. ERNEST. Suddenly on Friday.
January 29. 1937. at his residence. 3639
13th st. n.w., ERNEST ADMIRE, beloved
husband of Lottie Admire. Funeral
from the above residence on Saturday.
January 30. at 3 p.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill
BEAHM. HERBERT H. Suddenly, on Fri
day. January 29. 1937. HERBERT H.
BEAHM. the beloved son of Edward C.
Beahm and father of Theodore E.
Beahm. Mrs. Neva M. Grant. Mrs Vallie
L. Jenkins and Mrs. Hester V. Wilson.
Remains resting at the W. W Chambers
Co. funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.
Notice of funeral later.
Friday. January 29. 1937. at her home.
Washington Grove. Md . MARY VIR
GINIA BECKER i nee Sorgenfrei). be
loved wife of William Becker. Remains
resting at Gartner's funeral home.
Gaithersburg. Md. Funeral services on
Monday. February 1. at 2 p.m.. at the
above funeral home. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. 31
BROWN. JAMES R. H. On Friday. Jan
uary 29. 1937. at 12:40 a m., after a
brief illness. JAMES R. H BROWN, the
oldest son of the late Arthur and Mary
E. Brown and brother of the late Wil
liam Brown. He leaves a sister. Mrs.
Bertha Brown Spring, and a foster
brother. Robert S. Smith. Funeral Mon
day. February 1. at 11 a.m.. from Fra
sier's funeral home. 380 R. I. ave. n.w.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery.
Sleep on. the circle will soon be com
pleted. 31
BURKERT. PAUL S. On Thursday. Jan
uary 28. 1937. at Garfield Hospital.
PAUL S. BURKERT. brother of Miss
Amelia A. Burkert. Remains resting at
the S. H. Hines funeral home. 2901 14th
st. n.w. Funeral services and Interment
at Atlanta. Ga.
BUTLER. DANIEL S. Departed this life
Friday. January 29. 1937. after a short
illness. DANIEL S. BUTLER. He leaves
to mourn their loss a loving wife. Mable
Charmes Butler; two devoted sisters,
Mrs. Lillian Brooker of Seymour. Conn ,
and Agnes Carter of White Plains. N. Y„
and other relatives and friends. Re
mains resting at Barnes & Matthews’
funeral home. 614 4th st. s.w.. until 4
fi.m. Saturday. January 30: then to his
ate residence. 720 Morton st. n.w.,
where funeral services will be held
Sunday. Janjary 31. at 1:30 p.m.
Rev. J. Herbert officiating. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
BUTLER. DANIEL S. A special communi
cation of Eureka Lodge. No. 5. F. A. A.
M.. will be held at Scottish Rite Temple.
1633 11th st. n.w.. on Sunday. January
31. 1937. at 12:30 o'clock p.m.. for the
purpose of attending the funeral of our
late brother. DANIEL S. BUTLER. By
order of
SAMUEL W. WATSON. Secretary. •
CAYLOR. VINTON. . Suddenly, on Friday.
January 29. 1937. VINTON CAYLOR,
aged 67 years, beloved brother of Mrs.
M. M. Stoy of McLean. Va. Funeral
from the George W. Wise Co. funeral
home. 2900 M st. n.w.. Monday. Feb
ruary 1. at 1 p.m. Relatives and frienfis
Invited. Interment Brown's Chapel, Va.
CHEW. CLAUDE L. On Friday. January
29. 1937. at Emergency Hospital.
CLAUDE L. CHEW, beloved husband of
Luella May Chew and father of Roy Al
bert Chew. Remains resting at the Lee
funeral heme. 4th st. and Mass. ave.
n.e., where services will be held on Sun
day. January 31. at 2:30 p.m. Rela
tives and friends Invited. Interment
private. 31
CONWAY, MARIE. On Thursday. Janu
ary 28. 1937. at her residence. 355 Eye
at. s w.. MARIE CONWAY, the beloved
wife of Shepherd Conway, loving mother
cf Earl Conway, devoted sister of Mrs.
Hattie Lend. She also leaves other
relatives and friends. Remains resting
■t the John T. Rhines funeral chapel.
3rd and Eye sts. s.w.. until 4 p.m.
Saturday. January 30: thereafter at her
late residence Funeral 1 p m. Monday.
February 1. from Metropolitan Wesley
A. M. E. Church. D st. between 2nd
and 3rd st. s.w. Interment Harmony
Cemetery. 31
tVERMAN. JOHN W. On Thursday. Jan
uary 28. 1937 at Gallinger Hospital.
JOHN W. EVERMAN. beloved husband
of Minnie Everman. the loving father of
Herbert H. Everman: devoted brother of
Robert Everman. Remains resting at
Frazier’s funeral home. ."’.SO R. I ave.
n.w. Funeral Monday. February 1 at
U.m . from the above mentioned estab
ment. Interment Lincoln Cemetery.
Farrington, charlotte r. on Fri
day. January 29. 1937. CHARLOTTE R.
FARRINGTON, wife of the late Frederick
Farrington and mother of Charlotte.
Tnomas and Parker Farrington. Body
resting at Gawler's chapel 1756 Pa
ave. n.w. Services and interment at
Oswego. N. Y. 31
GIBBS. JAMES T. On Thursday. Jan
uary 28. 1937. at his residence. 2918
Glover driveway. Wesley Heights.
JAMES T. GIBBS beloved husband of
Gretchen Kober Gibbs, father of Flor
ence Gibbs Johnson, grandfather cf
Richard Gibbs and Welter M. Johnson.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Saturday.
January 30. at 2 p.m. Interment Rock
Creek Cemetery. 30
GIVENS. GRACE. On Thursday. January
28. 1937. GRACE GIVENS, the devoted
niece of Joshua Evans. Remains rest
ing at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral
church. 1432 You st. n.w.. until Sunday.
January 31. Interment Richmond. Va.
uary 29. 1937. at 4:10 p.m.. at her
home. 1420 3rd st. n.w.. Mrs. FANNIE
GLASS. She leaves to mourn their loss
a lovinfc sister. Mrs. Hettie G. Lewis;
a brother, William S. Green: a sister-in
law. Mrs. Anita Green, and a host of
friends. Remains resting at the Moon
funeral home. 1322 You st. n.w. Fu
neral Sunday. January 31. at 2 p.m.
from Turner Memorial A. M. E. Church,
corner 5th and P sts. n.w . Rev. J. De
witt Wilson officiating. Interment Wood
lawn Cemetery. 31
GODFREY. F.. D. On Friday. January
29. 1937. at his residence 1411 Mon
roe st. n.w.. E D GODFREY husband
of the late Julia Kirkwood Godfrey and
devoted father of Mary J. Godfrey Abbie
Nickle. Marion G. Bennett and grand
father of Julia Goggins and great
grandfather of Mar.iorie Mary Goggins.
Remains resting at the S. H. Hines fu
neral home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. until
8:30 Monday. Funeral services at the
Hamline M. E. Church, loth and Allison
sts. n.w.. on Monday. February 1. at 11
p.m. Remains may be viewed from
10 to 11 a.m. at the church. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Glen
wood Cemetery. 31
GRAY, JENNIE. On Wednesday. January
27. 1937. at her residence 933 Golden
st. s.w., JENNIE GRAY, devoted mother
of Leonard and Ralph Gray and Cath
erine Wright. She also is survived by
one grandson, two nephews, one great
granddaughter. two dauehters-in-law
and a host of other relatives and
friends. Remains may be viewed at
above residence after 6 o.m. Saturday.
January 30. Funeral Monday. Feb
ruary 1. at 2 p.m.. from Metropolitan
Wesley A. M. E. Zion Church. D st. s.w.
between 2nd and 3rd sts.. Rev. J. W.
McCov officiating. Interment Harmony
Cemetery. 31
GRIMES. FLORA B. On Friday. January
22. 1837. at Sibley Memorial Hospital.
FLORA B. GRIMES, beloved wife of the
late William E. Grimes of 417 B st. n.e
8ervices will be held at Zurhorst funeral
parlor. 301 East Capitol st.. on Sunday.
January 31, at 3 P.m. Interment Mari
etta. Ohio. 31
uary 26. 1937. at 6 a.m.. ALEXANDER
KELLEY. He leaves to mourn their
loss a devoted mother. Hannah Kelley:
six brothers, two sisters and a host of
other relatives and friends. Remains
resting at 1743 8th st. n.w. Funeral
from his late residence on Monday. Feb
ruary 1. at 1 o.m. Interment BishoD
ville. 8. C.
KLEE, MARTHA F. On Friday. January
29, 1937. at her residence. 2551 17th
st. n.w.. MARTHA F. KLEE, beloved
wife of Charles W. Klee and daughter
of the late Helene and August G.
Schoenborn. Remains resting at the
Lee funeral home. 4th st. and Mass. ave.
n.e.. where services will be held on Mon
day. February 1. at 11 a.m. Interment
(private) at Prospect Hill Cemetery.
Kindly omit flowers. 31
Joseph F. Birch’s Sons
(A. L. HAYCOCK Manager)
3034 M St. W.W.
- Frank Geier’s Sons Co.
nasra&ft "igNAtional 2473
Neither the eucceisor to nor connected with
the original W R. Speare establishment.
■AtJSr 8«»» 1009 H St. N.W.
J. William Lee’s Sons Co.
4th and a*am Are M l_Lincoln 6800
Ch vbm,
On* of the Largest
Undertaken to the World
1400 Chapin St. N.W. Col. 0432
S17 11th St S.E. Atlantic 6700
CUBE BROS. CO. Floral Pieoei
1818 P at W.W_NAtlonal «87«
2Cor. 1.4th & Eye
uary 29. 1937. at his residence. 1408
Girard st. n.w.. WILLIAM T. KNOWLES,
beloved husband of Laura A. Knowles
and lather of Gertrude Knowles Sham
llan. Services at the 8. H. Hines Co.
funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on
Monday. February 1. at 3 p.m. 31
LEONARD. GEORGE. Suddenly, on Thurs
day. January 28. 1937 GEORGE LEON
ARD. beloved husband of Florence M.
Leonard. Funeral from his late resi
dence. 1217'a D st. n.e.. Monday. Feb
ruary 1. at 10 a.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Baltimore.
Md. Arrangements by Wm. H. Sardo
& Co. 31
LIGGONS. GEORGE. Departed this life
Thursday. January 28. 1937. after a
brief illness at Gallinger Hospital.
GEORGE LIOGON8. son of the late
George and Sarah Liggons. father of
Marjorie Liggons. He also leaves to
mourn their loss five sisters. Aljeretta
Boyd Irene Liggons. Mary Liggons,
Beatrice Washington and Margaret Lig
gons Garnet; one brother. Alfonso Lig
gons: or.e aunt, two uncles and other
relatives and friends. Remains resting
at Eugene Ford's funeral home. 1300
South Capitol st.. where funeral services
will be held Tuesday. February 2. at 1
p m.. Rev. Herbert officiating. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. I
uary 25. 1937. CHARLES MABREY. Sr..
of 1323 Corcoran st. n.w. He leaves
to mourn his departure his beloved wife.
Anna Mabrey: children, grandchildren,
brother. Benjamin Mabrey of Provi
dence R. I. Funeral services on Sun
day. January 31. at 2 p.m . at the above
address. Relatives and friends invited.
MACE. MARGARET A. On Friday. Jan
uary 29. 1937. at her residence. 1820
Wisconsin ave. n.w.. MARGARET A.
MACE, wife of the late John H. Mace
and mother cf Clarence M. and Dora P.
Mace. Services at the S. H. Hines Co.
funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on
Monday. February 1. at 1:30 p.m. In
terment Cedar H1U Cemetery. 31
urday, January 39. 1937. MARGARET
ELKINS MADDOX, beloved wife of the
late John A Maddox. Funeral services
at the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral
home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. on Monday.
February 1, at 10:30 a.m. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Rem
ington. Va (Culpeper end Fredericks
burg, Va.. papers please copy.)
Thursday. January 28, 1937. SAMUEL
VAN DYKE MARKLEY. beloved son of
Mrs. Elizabeth Markley and brother of
John M. Markley. Funeral services and
interment at Georgetown. Ohio. 30*
McCARTY. PETER. On Friday. January
29. 1937. PETER McCARTY of 402 4th
st. n.e. beloved husband of the late
Julia McCarty and brother of Ellen Mc
Carty of Scranton. Pa. Funeral will be
held from Miiburn T. Zirkle’s funeral
home. 510 C st n.e . on Monday. Feb
ruary 1. at 8:30 a.m.; thence to 6t.
Joseph's Church. 2nd and C sts. n o
where mass will be said a! 9 a.m. for
repose of his soul. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. 31
urday. January 30 1937. GEORGIA
ESTHER McXEKLEY. beloved daughter
of Lewis E. and Mary Esther McKerley.
Remains resting at W. W. Chambers Co.
Southeast funeral home. 517 11th st.
s e. Notice of funeral later.
life Tuesday. January 20. 1937. at the
Home for Aged and Infirm. Blue Plains.
brother of Mrs. Lucy Walker Nelson and
James Nelson. He also leaves other rela
tives and many friends. Remains resiing
at tne John T Rhines funeral chapel. 3d
and Eye sts. s.w.. until 4 p.m. Saturday.
January 3(t- thereafter at the residence
of his sister. 215 3rd st. s.w.. where fu
neral w'ill be at 1:30 p.m Monday. Feb
ruary 1. Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. 31
Friday. January 29. 1937. at his resi
dence. 7304 Georgia ave. n.w.. LAW
RENCE F PHILLIPS, beloved husband
of Iva S. Phillips (nee Dodson*. Pe
mains resting at the chapel of Thos.
F Murray & Son. 2007 Nicliois ave. s.e„
until 10 pm. Saturday. January 30.
Services and interment Providence, R. I.
uary 29. 1937. WILLIAM C PHILLIPS.
Remains resting at the Lee funeral
home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where
services will be held on Monday. Feb
ruary 1. at 3 p.m. Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment private. 31
January 28. 1937. at 8:95 p.m.. at
Garfield Hospital. INEZ JOHNSON POW
ELL. daugnter of the late Mrs. Sarah
Johnson apd devoted wife of Lieut.
Jamos C Powell. Funeral from her late
residence. 09 N st. n.w.: thence to St.
Luke's Episcopal Church. 15th end
Church sts. n.w.. where services will
br held Monday. February 1. at 1 n.m.
Friends invited. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. Arrangements by
McGuire. 31
January 29. 1937. at her residence Oxon
devoted wife of James Marshall Proctor,
loving mother of Elizabeth Loretta.
Gladys. Gwynnie. Eugene. Leo. E'sie.
Genevieve. Margaret. Resena. Archie.
John and Victor Proctor. She also leaves
a devoted mother. Mary Regena Proctor;
four brothe: s. two sisters, other rela
tives and friends. Remains resting at
the John T. Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd
and Eye sts. s.w.. until noon Sunday.
January 31: thereafter at her late resi
dence. Oxon Hill. Md. Funeral Monday.
February 1 at 10 a m., from St. Igna
tius' Catholic Church. Oxon Hill. Md.
Interment church cemetery. 31
uary 29. 1937. at Emergency Hospital,
at Frederick. Md- REVERDY M. PttR
DUM. aged 08 years. Remains resting
at Gartner’s funeral home. Gaithers
burg. Md. Funeral services Sunday.
January 31. at 2:30 p.m., at the above
funeral home. Interment Xemntown.
Md. 31
RANDALL. MARY E. On Friday. January
U9. 19X7. at her residence. fi.M4 Webster
st. n.w . MARY E RANDALL, wif* of
the late W. E. Randall and mother of
Harry R.. Charles D A. Kenneth Ran
dall. Mrs. Marie E. Garrett. Mrs. Hattie
E. Aublnoe. Mrs. Stephnie A. Scott and
Mrs Ethel O. Poole. Services at the S.
H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th
st. n.w.. on Monday. February 1. at 12
noon. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
RANDALL. MARY E. On Friday January
29. 1937. at her residence. t;34 Webster
st. n W- MARY E RANDALL wife of
the late W. E. Randall mother of Harry
R . Charles D. and A. Kenneth Randall.
Mrs. Mary E Garrett. Mrs. Hattie E
Aublnoe. Mrs Stephnie A. Scott and
Ethel O. Poole Funeral services at
the S H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901
14th st n.w. on Monday. February 1.
at 12 noon. Interment Cedar Hill Ceme
tery. 31
uary 29. 1937. at the Casualty Hos
pital. CHARLES C. ROEHRLE. beloved
husband of Agnes L. Roehrle. Remains
resting at his late residence. 1400 Mass,
ave. s.c. Funeral services will be held
at the chapel of Lee’s funeral home. 4th
st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. on Monday. Feb
ruary 1. at 2 n.m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment private. 31
ROLLINS. JOHN w. On Saturday. Jan
uary 30. 1937. at his residence. 1250
Water st. s.w.. in the 52nd year of his
age. JOHN VV ROLLINS, beloved hus
band of Katherine R. Rollins. Funeral
from the chapel of P. A. Taltavull. 430
7th st. s.w.. on Monday. February 1. at
2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 31
SILAR. MATTIE L. On Thursday Jan
uary 28. 1937. after a brief illness.
MATTIE L. the beloved wife of Alonza
Silar of 423 P st. n.w.. mother of Ed
win Silar. She is also survived by many
friends. Remains resting at Henry S.
Washington & Sons’ funeral home. 407
N st. n.w.. but may be viewed only at
her late residence after 11 a.m. Sun
day. January 31. Funeral Monday. Feb
ruary 1. at 2 p.m.. from Florida Avenue
Baptist Church. Interment In Lincoln
Memorial Cematery. 31*
SII.AR. MATTIE. Officers and members
of Naomi Chanter. No 9. O. E. S . are
requested to attend the funeral of Sister
MATTIE SILAR on Monday. February
I. 1937. p.t 2 n.m.. from Florida Avenue
Baptist Church.
Attest: B. R. TAYLOR. Sec.
January 27. 1937. at Carson's Private
Hospital. ALBERTA T. SMACKUM (nee
Jackson), beloved wife of Walter Smack
um. daughter of the late Henry and La
vena Jackson. She leaves to mourn
their loss a sister. Emma Brasel: a
brother. William H. Jackson: an uncle.
John Ramsom: a niece. Justine Jackson,
and other relatives and friends. Re
mains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis
funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w.. until
11 a.m. Saturday. January 30: there
after at her late residence. 1122 N. H.
ave. n.w. Funeral Sunday. January 31.
at 1:30 p.m.. from the Mount Zion M.
E. Church. Rev. Curry officiating. Inter
ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery Mon
day. February I. 31
SMITH. RICHARD. Departed this life
on Thursday. January 28, 1037. at his
residence, 1*24 French st n.w., after a
brief illness RICHARD SMITH, the de
voted husband of the late Fannie Smith.
He leaves two daughters. Mrs. Fannie
Winfield and Mrs. Alice Mozee; one son,
Samuel H. Smith, and other relatives
and friends. Remains resting with L.
E. Murray « Son. Funeral MondrV
February 1. at 1 p.m.. Rev. E. C. Smith
officiating. Interment in Payne’s Ceme
tery. 31
STOREY. JAMES. On Friday. January 29.
1937. at the residence of his grand
daughter. Mrs. Thelma Ridgway Hen
derson. 458 Delafield pi. n.w., JAMES
8TOREY. beloved husband of the late
Annie Bally Storey Funeral from the
above residence on Monday. February 1.
at 2:30 pm. Interment Congressional
Cemetery. Relatives and friends In
vited. Arrangements by Wm. J. Nalley.
January 29. 1937. WILLIAM HENRY
STORRS of 3312 Holmead pi. n.w..
beloved husband of Margarette O. Storrs.
Remains resting at the S. H. Hine* Co.
funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w. No
tice of funeral later.
TODD. MARGARET ANN. Passed peace
fully away on Friday. January 29. 1937.
at 1 a.m.. at her residence. 2223 F st.
n.w.. MARGARET ANN TODD, beloved
wtf» of JostDh A. Todd, devoted sister
of Charles Pryor, loving niece of An
thony Jefferies. She Is also survived
bv many other relatives and friends.
Funeral Tuesday. February 2. at 1 p.m..
from the Frazier funeral home. 389 R.
I. ave. n.w.. Rev. George A. Curry of
ficiating. Interment Lfemoln Cemetery. 1
Captain Tells of Victory
Achieved by Use of Mod
ern Equipment.
BT the Associated Press.
NEW YORK. January 30.—Capt.
Edgar A. Chelton, dark-haired, 40
year-old skipper of the Clyde Mal
lory liner Shawnee, wiped his brow
early today and sighed, "We had a
busy day."
On the pier alongside, 100 passen
gers were streaming into the arms of
anxious friends and relatives who
had followed reports of Are aboard
the vessel yesterday as the liner
came up the Atlantic Coast from
None was dead and none reported
Capt. Chelton told a story of con
quest by a steel ship and modem
maritime equipment over a raging
Are in the forward hold arid angry
seas that swept over the bow and
sides in a 65-mlle-an-hour gale.
The weather was so bad most pas
sengers were seasick; few left their
staterooms; none could be found who
had seen either smoke or Are.
Boy Victim of Dynamite Cap
While Playing in Stone Yard.
John W. Clark, 12, of 2903 Seventh
I street northeast, was injured yesterday
; when a dynamite cap exploded as he
, was playing in a stone yard at Eighth
1 and Girard streets northeast.
The second Anger of his left hand
blown off. he was taken to Sibley Hos
pital where it was found necessary to
amputate the third and fourth Angers.
Police are investigating a report the
dynamite cap was given him by a
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"ffiyvJSBW.*!? srirtZsr.
men s Hospital. ARCHIE M. TURNER,
beloved son of Delphia Turner, husband
of Laura Turner, father of William and
Ruth Turner, brother of Lizzie Turner,
Luscious Turner. James Turner. Ida Car
roll and George Turner. Remains rest
ing at the Winslow funeral parlor. 2013
i'th st. n.w. Funeral services Monday.
February l. at 2 Dm., at Macedonia
Baptist Church. Arlington. Va. Inter
ment in Odd Fellows’ Cemetery. •
Friday. January 20. 1037. at the Home
lor Incurables. Washington. D. C.. WIL
LIAM H VANSICKLER. aged 57 years,
beloved brother of Mrs. C. J. C Maf
rett of Clarendon. Va.. and E. Holmes
VanSickler of Lakeland. Fla. Services
and interment at Mount Zion Church.
Loudoun County. Va.. at 11 a m. Sun
day. January 31. 31
January 28. 1037. at 3319 Wisconsin
Services and interment Wilmington. N. C.
WATKINS. JENNIE. On Friday. January
29. 19.37. at ner residence. 424 Franklin
st. n.w.. JENNIE WATKINS, devoted
mothci of Edward Sands and Mrs. Mar
tha Dewy She is also survived by one
nephew. one niece, two grandchildren,
othpr relatives and friends. Remains
resting at the John T. Rhines funeral
chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w . where fu
neral services will be held Monday Feb
ruary 1. at 2 p.m. Interment Woodlawn
Cemetery. 31
January 2R. 1937. at Walter Reed Hos
pital. JAMES OLIVER, the beloved hus
band of Rose Bennett Whalen. Remains
resting 8t the funeral home of Wm.
Reuben Pumphrey. 7005 Wisconsin ave..
Bethesda. Md. Funeral services at above
funeral home on Monday. February 1.
at 1:30 p.m. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 31
day. January 30. 1937. MARGARET
ELLEN WHITE, beloved wife of John I.
White. She is survived by eight chil
dren. Funeral from her late residence.
124 P st. s e , Monday. February 1. at 2
P m. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 31
day January 29. 1937. at her residence.
2715 14th st. n w.t Apt. 11. CHARLOTTE
LOUISE WIGHT. Services at the S. H.
Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st.
n.w.. on Monday. February 1. at 10-30
a m. Relatives and friends Invited. In
terment Glenwood Cemetery. 31
Saturday. January 30. 1937. at her resi
dence. 334 E st. n.e.. MINNIE VANDE
MARK WILLIAMSON, beloved wife of
the late W. Preston Williamson and
mother of Grant W. VanDemark. Re
mains resting at Zurhorst’s funeral par
lors. 301 East Capitol at. Notice of
funeral later.
WRIGHT. KATE. On Saturday. January
30. 1937, at Freedmen’s Hospital. KATE
WRIGHT. Remains resting at Frazier’s
funeral home. 389 R. I. ave. n.w. Notice
of funeral later. 31
WRIGHT. NORMAN D. Departed this life
suddenly, on Thursday. January 28.
1937. NORMAN D. WRIGHT, son of J.
Henry Wright and the late Mossie
Wrtght. He leaves to mourn their loss
a wife. Virginia Jeffrey Wright, and
three children, five sisters, three broth
ers and a host of other relatives and
friends. Funeral Sunday. January 31.
at 1 p.m.. from Little Zion Baptist
Church. Burke. Va. 30*
In Hemartant.
BOSTIC, DR. JOHN A. In loving memory
of our dear father and grandfather.
Dr. JOHN A. BOSTIC, who departed this
life seven years ago today. January 30.
COOPER. JOHN W. A tribute of love to
the memory of my dear husband. JOHN
W. COOPER, who departed thia life
January 30. 1936.
WARD. A tribute of love to the mem
ory of our beloved father. WILSON
GREEN, who died seventeen years ago.
January 30. 1920; our devoted mother.
CAROLINE GREEN, who died eight
year a*o. August 8. lf>28: our loving
sister. ELIZABETH JACKSON, who died
fifteen years ago. January 18. 1922. and
our brother. EDWARD GREEN, who died
twenty years aeo. January 24. 1917.
LUCAS. JOSEPH N. In loving memory of
my dear father. JOSEPH N. LUCAS, who
died one year ago. January 30. 1936.
As I loved you. so I miss you.
In my memory you are near;
Loved, remembered, thought of always.
Bringing many silent tears.
LUCAS. JOSEPH N. In sad but loving
memory of my dear husband. JOSEPH
N. LUCAS, who departed this life one
year ago today. January 30. 1936.
What would I give his hand to clasp.
His face once more to see.
To hear his voice, to touch his hand.
As in the days that used to be.
MOONEY. RICHARD E. In sad but lov
ing remembrance of my dear husband.
RICHARD E. MOONEY, who departed
this life one year ago today. January
30. 1036.
There is a sad but sweet remembrance.
There is a memory fond and true;
There is a token of affection
And a heartache still for you.
MORTON. CATHERINE 8. In fond memory
of our daughter and niece CATHERINE
8. MORTON, who toined the angel*
eleven years ago today. January 30.
Oo not far Into the land of light.
Walt awhile at the beautiful gate.
Lest we miss you from our sight—
Walt for us. dear Catherine, wait.
Can you look down from those windows
To this distant and dreary shore?
Can you see how lonely we are. dear.
Missing you more and more?
NOSKE. PAULINE A. In memory of our
wife and mother. PAULINE A. NOSKE.
who departed this life two years ago to
day. January 30. 1936.
This day comes with a sad regret
And one that we will never forget.
We will always cherish with love sincere
Beautiful memories of one so dear._
PORTER. ROBERT L. In memory of our
husband and father. ROBERT L. POR
TER. who passed away one year ago to
day. January 30. 1036.
Peacefully sleeping, resting at last.
Life’s many trials and suffering past;
In silence you suffered, in patience you
Until Ood called you home to suffer no
more. _ _
sincere tribute of love to the memory
of my dear mother. LUCY ELLEN
WOODLAND, who departed this life
three years ago today. January 30. 1934.
A mother who gave the best of her life.
Who cherished our secrets, aorrowa and
She taught ns to love and also to nray.
My mother In heaven. Ood Mesa you
Father of Resettlement Official
Argued Several Cases Before
Supreme Court.
Samuel Ware Packard, 89, father
of Walter E. Packard, director of the
rural resettlement division of the Re
settlement Administration, died Wed
nesday in Pasadena, Calif., it was
learned yesterday.
Mr. Packard, a prominent Chicago
attorney before his retirement several
years ago, was admitted to the bar
at the age of 17, and admitted to
practice before the Supreme Court
at 26.
He argued many cases before the
Supreme Court, including the cele
brated Yankton bond case, in which
he successfully kept South Dakota
from becoming a State until its finan
cial obligations were paid.
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but not due to be paid until Monday.
A high light in the ball program is
a gold-plate breakfast at the Carlton
Hotel, which 500 persons are expected
to pay >25 a plate to attend.
Grand Finale Arranged.
This grand finale to the parties has
been arranged by the Birthday Ball
Committee and is in charge of Jesse
Jones, Reconstruction Finance Corp
Members of the diplomatic corp»,
Federal and District government offi
cials and socialites will gather to eat
caviar, broiled quail, wild rice and
other delicacies while the less fortu
nate content themselves with bacon
and eggs.
A table of 10 has been reserved at
the elaborate breakfast party by Mrs.
Evalyn Walsh McLean, who will have
among her guests the Attorney Gen
eral and Mrs. Homer Cummings and
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Roberts.
Dr. Don Juan Jose Mendoza, Min
ister of Venezuela, and the Minister
of Egypt, Mohamed Amine Youssef,
also have made reservations. At other
tables will be Secretary of Labor
Perkins, Secretary of War Woodring,
Senator and Mrs. Clyde L. Herring of
Iowa. Frank B. Noyes and Senator
Pat Connelly of Texas and their
Screen and stage stars, here to lend
a hand in the festivities, will be guests
of honor at the breakfast.
Abe Lyman, noted orchestra leader,
will direct the playing of the Presi
dent's favorite tunes at the May
“Drink to Me Only With Thine
Eyes,” “Juanita,” “Love's Old Sweet
Song” and “Anchors Aweigh” are some
of the pieces Mr. Roosevelt has indi
cated he prefers.
Others include “Yellow Rose of
Texas,” “Boots and Saddles,” "Last
Round-up," “Old Kentucky Home” and
“Home on the Range.”
Other Dance Orchestras.
The dance orchestras at the other
parties—at the Willard, Wardman
Park, Washington. Shoreham. Raleigh
and Hamilton Hotels—will follow
Lyman's lead.
The ball rooms of the seven hotels
have been donated for the parties and
well-known orchestras will play.
With Jean Harlow, Robert Taylor,
Mitzi Green, Marsha Hunt and other
movie stars already here to attend
the balls, other film headliners, in
cluding Joe E. Brown, big-mouthed
comedian, are expected. Brown is
coming by plane, but was forced down
in New Mexico, and probably will not
get here until Just before the parties
Floor shows at the hotels will fea
ture such talented performers as
Maria Gambarelli, the famous dancer;
Frederick Jagel, Metropolitan Opera
star; Irving Caesar, song writer; Sid
Gary, Benny Fields and Zon Zelayo,
all famed on the radio.
Other Entertainers.
Other entertainers include Amanda
Snow. “The Spirit of Minneapolis,” a
300-pound 6-foot soprano; Cathreen
Carrico, infantile paralysis victim
with an unusually good voice; Mar
guerite and Bouchetts, dancers;
Charles Barnes, tap dancer; Oetrey
and Anderson and Greaseball, the
trick dog.
At 6:45 p.m. the visiting screen,
stage and radio stars will participate
in the "Big Broadcast of 1937,” which
will go over the airways from Sta
tions WRC. WJSV and WOL.
Those who don’t dance or find the
hotels too crowded will attend mid
night shows at the Capitol and Earle
Theaters, where special stage shows
have been arranged to aid the paralysis
fund. ITie theater tickets cost |1.
Red Cross
(Continued From First Page.)
planned from proceeds of a benefit
dance to be conducted next Friday
evening by the Rural Electrification
Administration Athletic Administra
tion at the National Press Club ball
room. The Press Club is furnishing its
facilities free of charge and all pro
ceeds, at $1 per ticket, will be turned
over to the relief fund.
On Wednesday night the Suburban
Young Republican Club of Montgom
ery County will hold a benefit dance
at the National Woman's Country
Club. All proceeds in cash and
clothing, plus an appropriation from
the club treasury, will be turned over
to the District Red Cross.
$1,MQ Check Delivered.
The American Association of Per
sonal Finance Companies announced
through its Washington office today
that a check for $1,000 had been de
livered to Cary T. Grayson, chair
man of the Red Cross.
Admiral Grayson reported to the
Flood Relief Committee yesterday
that the Red Cross now has 250 con
centration camps in the flood zone
and 106 field hospitals.
Dr. Thomas Parran, Jr., United
States public health commissioner,
reported that 17 sanitary engineers
are on duty in Kentucky with sanita
tion becoming an increasingly im
portant problem. W. P. A. workers
are aiding in relief and sanitation
Gen. Malin Craig, chief of staff,
United States Army, reports a 250-bed
field hospital moving into the flood
tone by train, its personnel including
19 commissioned officers and 59 en
listed nurses and pharmacists. The
Navy and Coast Guard are aiding in
relief and communication activities.
More than 10,000 pieces of clothing
have been shipped out of the Salva
tion Army depot at First and E
streets, it was announced today.
From the National Coal Association
came a pledge that every possible co
operation of the bituminous coal in
dustry will be extended to the flood
sufferers in fuel and other emer
gencies. ■
Man Drives Truck Into Tree.
Cyclist Injured by Hit
Run Auto.
Seven persons were injured, three
seriously, in a series of traffic acci
dents late yesterday and early today.
Perhaps the most critically hurt was
Robert Cross, colored, 44, of 341 Mc
Lean avenue southwest, driver of a
power company truck which crashed
into a tree at Sixth and M streets
about 6:30 o’clock this morning.
Cross, who was taken to Freed
men’s Hospital and treated for pos
sible rib fractures, internal injuries
and cuts about the head and face,
■aid he swerved his truck to avoid
another car and lost control. The sec
ond machine did not stop. Cross was
taken to the hospital in a police scout
car. His condition was described as
Cyclist la Injured.
A hit-and-run driver was being
sought by police today following a
traffic accident at Columbia and On
tario roads last night, in which Ernest
Warner, 25, colored, of 1320 U street,
was knocked from his bicycle and
seriously injured. He is being treated
in Garfield Hospital for cuts and
bruises and possibly a fractured skull.
Richard Washington, 65, colored,
1038 Sixth street, was also in a seri
ous condition after being struck by a
taxicab while crossing First street
northeast at the Union Station. He
was taken to Casualty Hospital suf
fering from a compound fracture of
the left leg and shock. The cab
driver, Richard B. Brahler, 26, of
2221 Thirteenth street, was being held
at the first precinct for investigation
pending the outcome of Washington’s
A collision between a street car and
a huge truck trailer yesterday sent the
motorman, John Poling, 48, of 5711
Fourth street, and a passenger, Mrs.
Lillian E. Fanslowe, 39, of 141 Eighth
street northeast, to Casualty Hospital
for treatment. Poling received cuts
on the legs and arms when the front
of the car was caved in.
Back and Legs Injured.
Mrs. Fanslowe suffered injuries to
her back and legs. The driver of the
truck, Sanford Carpenter, 27, Buck
eyestown, Md„ escaped injury in the
accident, which occurred at Third and
G streets.
Maurice Broderick, 25, of 318 Third
street was taken to Emergency Hos
pital yesterday after he was knocked
down by a taxicab on H street near
Fourteenth street. He was treated for
head Injuries and sent home. Police
listed the driver of the cab as Richard
Lenlon, 26. of 1325 Columbia road.
Six-year-old Rose Marie Coffee, who
lives on Wheeler road. In Prince
Georges County, was injured by a car
operated by Harvey 8. Pumphrey, 54,
who lives on the same road not far
from her home. The accident occurred
at Wheeler road and Oxon Run.
Pumphrey took the child to a private
physician, who treated her for cuts
on the head and leg bruises, and later
took her home.
Long Illness Is Fatal to Native of
Virginia—Funeral Services
Planned Monday.
Mrs. Margaret Elkins Maddox, 82,
widow of J. A. Maddox of Remington,
Va., died today at a nursing home, at
4103 Connecticut avenue, after a long
For the last 15 years Mrs. Maddox
had been living with a son at Fallston,
Md. She was bom in King George
County, Va.. and was a member of one
of the prominent Colonial families of
that State.
She is survived by three daughters.
Mrs. H. V. Roach, Mrs. E. M. Dawson
and Miss Margaret E. Maddox, all of
Washington, and five sons. Hugh M.
Maddox of this city; J. A. Maddox of
Newport News, Va„ and E. B. Maddox,
R. B. Maddox and B. E. Maddox, all
of Maryland.
Funeral services will be held at
10:30 am. Monday at Chambers’
funeral parlors, 1400 Chapin street.
Interment will be in Remington.
W. W. Chambers
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District of Columbia—Cloudy, fol
lowed by rain beginning late tonight
or tomorrow; lowest temperature to
night about 40 degrees; wanner to
morrow; general easterly winds, be
coming southeast or kouth and in
creasing by tomorrow.
Maryland and Virginia—Increasing
cloudiness and slightly warmer to
night, followed by rain beginning late
tonight or tomorrow; warmer tomor
West Virginia—Rain late tonight
and tomorrow; warmer tonight and in
east portion tomorrow; much colder
tomorrow night.
River Report
Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers
muddy today.
Besert tor Last U Bears.
Yesterday— B«.r>
4 p.m.-- 42 30.97
W 5 - *1 30.41
Mldnleht- 38 30.43
* • «.. 37 30.46
8 a.m.- 37 80.61
Noon - 41 30.49
Record for Last 34 Hoars.
(From noon yesterday to noon today.)
Hlshest. 48. at 3 p.m. yesterday. Year
Lowest. 86. at 3 a.m. today. Year
ago. 21.
Record Temperatures This Year.
Highest, 76. on January 9.
Lowest. 30. on January 6.
Humidity far Last 34 Hears.
(From noon yesterday to noon today.)
Hlaheat. 86 per cent, at 2 a.m. today.
Lowest. 61 per cent, at noon today.
Tlda Tables.
(Furnished by United States Coast and
Geodetic Survey.)
. . Tod*)- Tomorrow.
High-10:34 a.m. 11:16 a.m.
- 6:03 a.m. 6:43 a.m.
High -10:51p.m. 11:34 p.m.
Low - 6:27 p.m. 6:11p.m.
The Sen and Moon.
„ . . Rises. Seta.
Sun. today- 7.17 6:26
Sun tomorrow_ 7:16 627
Moon, today- 8:53 pm. 8:58 a.m.
Automobile lights must bs turned on
one-half hour after sunaet.
Monthly precipitation in lnchei In tho
Capital (current month to datei:
Month. 1937. Av*. Record.
January -7:37 3.55 7T37’37
February - ... 3.27 e.84 '84
March- 3.75 8 84 <B1
April- 3.27 9.13 ’89
May - ... 3.70 10.69 '69
June-- 4.13 io.94 *00
aV.1/,...---- 471 10«3
August - 4.01 14.41 ••28
September - 3.24 17.45 *34
October- 2.84 8.67 '85
November-- ... 2.37 8.69 ’89
December_ 3.32 7.56 *01
Weather in Various Cities.
__ Temp. Rain
Btition^ Baro. HU.Low.fall. Weath’r
Abilene. Tex... 29.90 60 56 . . Cloudy
Albany. N. Y.._ 30.58 42 24 _ Clear
Atlanta. Oa-30.30 58 42 _Cloudy
Atlantic City __ 30.50 46 32 . Cloudy
Baltimore. Md._ 30.52 48 34 ... Clear
Birmingham 30.22 66 50 . Cloudy
Bismarck. N. D. 30.28 -4-20 0.02 Clear
Boston. Mass... 30.62 38 26 Clear
Buffalo. N. Y. 30.44 36 26 ... Clear
Charleston S.C. 30.34 54 46 _Clear
Chicago. 111. _ 30.18 38 32 ... Cloudy
Cincinnati. Ohio 30.30 50 34 _Cloudy
Cleveland. Ohio 30.32 30 32 _ cloudy
Columbia. 8. C.. 30.42 62 42 Cloudy
Denver. Oolo... 30.02 14 6 0.02 Clear
Detroit. Mich... 30.34 34 28 . . Pogxy
El Paso. Tex. 29.98 66 42 ... Cloud?
Galveston. Tex. 30.02 62 60 Rain
Helena, Mont. . 30.34-14-22 0 02 Clear
Huron. S. Dak.. 30.22 4 -2 ... Bnow*4
Indianapolis 30.22 38 no . cioudv
Jacksonville.?*!*. 30.22 56 52 ~ Cloudy
Kansas City.Mo. 29.94 44 36 0.64 Rain
Ds Angeles 30.12 56 44 0.24 Cloudy
Dullsville Ky._ .. 46 34 Cloudy
Miami. ?*la-30.08 82 7o 0.28 Cloudy
Minneapolis ..30.06 18 10 0.01 Snow*.
New Orleans 30.15 56 60 _ Cloucy
New York. N Y. 30.52 44 34 Clear
Oklahoma City 29,86 52 48 0.08 Cloudy
Omaha. Nebr. 30.14 14 8 0.12 Snow
Phlladeluhla ..30.54 6R 5* . Cloudy
Phoenix. Aril... 30.08 62 38 . Cloudy
Pittsburj*. Pa.. 30.36 44 30 Cloudy
Portland. Me. 30.58 38 24 . Clear
Portland. „Oreg. 30.04 30 22 0.01 Clear
Raleigh N. C. 30.44 50 36 Cloudy
Salt Lake City. 30.00 34 16 0.44 Cloudy
San Antonio_ 29.94 60 58 0.12 Rain
San Diego-30.10 60 46 0.04 Cloudy
San Francisco.. 29.86 60 42 0.66 Rain
ft. Louis Mo.. 30.10 40 32 ... Foggy
Seattle. Wash _ 30.04 34 24 _ Clear
Spokane. Wash. 30.24 18 -2 ... enow
Tampa. Pla _ 30,14 66 66 Cloudy
WASHINGTON 30.50 46 36 "I Cloudy
Past Potentate of Almai Temple
to Be Buried in Bock
Creek Cemetery.
Funeral services for James T. Gibbs,
71, past potentate of Almas Temple
and a former grand master of Dis
trict Masons, were to be held at 2
p.m. today at the Hines funeral par
lors under auspices of the Grand
Lodge of Masons. Burial was to be
in Rock Creek Cemetery.
Mr. Oibbs, a well-known lawyer
who had practiced here since 1910,
died Thursday at his home, 2918
Glover driveway, after an illness of
several weeks. He was a native of
Virginia and came to Washington in
He waa potentate of Almas Temple
in 1913-14 and grand master of
Masons in 1927 He also was a mem
ber of the Scottish Rite, represented
Almas Temple in the Imperial Coun
cil for nine terms and was a member
of the Mystic Order of Veiled Prophets
of the Enchanted Realm of Washing
Mr. Glbbe Is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Gretchen A. Gibbs; a daughter
by a previous marriage. Mrs. Florence
Gibbs Johnson, and two grandsons,
Walter and Richard Johnson.
(Continued From First Page.)
remaining until shortly before last
midnight. The Governor, meanwhile,
had come to Detroit for the week
"It will work out all right,” the
Governor commented today when in
formed that attempts in Washing
ton to arrange for negotiations be
tween General Motors and the union
apparently had failed again. Earlier
be had said;
"I have plans which I could not
put into effect while Federal con
ferences are in progress. If I don’t
get good news from Washington I will
be prepared to act immediately.”
He declined today to discuss his
plans and indicated that he expected
Secretary of Labor Perkins to con
tinue her endeavors to compose the
differences betwn the two groups.
There were reports in labor circles,
however, that Gov. Murphy might
issue subpoenas for leaders of both
sides to appear before the State De
partment of Labor at a hearing to be
conducted by the Governor. This ac
tion would be similar to a request by
Miss Perkins, who asked Congress for
power of the Federal Government to
conduct such a hearing.
Court Appeal Held Proper.
“The courts offer one peaceful
method of settlement," Murphy said.
“Another is a conference. General
Motors’ appeal to the courts is en
tirely proper.”
He referred to the injunction the
corporation is seeking in the Genesee
County Circuit Court at Flint, Mich.,
to eject "sit down” strikers from two
Fisher body plans. A hearing on the
petition will be held Monday.
Sheriff Thomas W. Wolcott said at
Flint that “When orders come from
the Circuit Court for me to remove
these men I will do so.” The corpora
tion never pressed for action under a
previous injunction it obtained against
the "stay In” strikers. Gov. Murphy
said General Motors officials were op
posed to using force to remove th#
Refuses to Use Troops.
The Governor told the non-union
demonstrators that he would not use
troops to eject the strikers. National
Guardsmen have been In Flint since
a riot occurred outside one of the
Fisher plants January 11.
George Gilbert, spokesman for the
demonstrators, said that "Due to the
fact that the Governor will not be
back until Monday we feel that we
cannot accomplish anything over the
week end, but unless there Is a definite
and satisfactory solution by Monday
we will be back."
At their conference with Gov. Mur
phy yesterday afternoon they indl
j cated they might remain In the State
house until members of the United
Automobile Workers of America evac
uate the two plants where the "sit
down" strikes started a month ago
*‘We • • • have met In the seat cf
our government In Lansing," Gilbert
said as his group left the Capitol, “to
petition the honorable Governor to
protect our rights as American citizens
and to preserve our lawful occupa
tions In a lawful manner. He has
failed to assure us that protection to
which we are justly entitled.’*
Government Contends for Consti
tutionality in Steel Case.
The Government contended the
Wagner labor relations act was a
constitutional exercise of congres
sional power over interstate com
merce, in a brief filed with the Su
preme Court yesterday In the case
brought by the board against the
Jones & Laughlin Steel Co.
Signed by Attorney General Cum
mings. the argument denied the Con
stitution's “due process" of law clause
was violated by the act.
“Before this statute was enacted,"
the brief said, "experience had shown
that industrial strife was a recurrent
burden upon the interstate commerce
of the Nation.”
India’s increased buying power is
reflected In steady expansion of im
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