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BENDER, ANDREW. I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation tor the •ympathy and beautiful floral tributes At the death, of my uncle ANDRE”’ BENDER. MRS MAUDE WEEDON. 17 Srathn. ANDERSON MATTIE. On Thursday Sep tember lh 1937 a' Gallmser Hospital, MATTIE ANDERSON of 1 1R at n w Remains resting at Frerler's funeral home 389 R I. ave. n.w Notice of funeral latei. 17 ARCH. MART C. Departed this life Thursday. September 16. 1P37. after a brief illness. MAPY C. ARCH, the be loved wife of the late Henry Arch She lea'es to mourn their loss three daugh ters. four sons, one brother and one sis ter Remains resting with L E. Murray A Son. 12th and V sts. n.w. Funeral notice later BAILEY. WILLIAM. Oh Wednesday- Sep tember 15. 1937. WILLIAM BAILEY of 625 3rd st n.e.. son of James and Marv Bailey, brother of Theodosia. Roland and Walter Bailey He also is survived by other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Stewart's funeral home. 3d H st. n.e. Notice of funeral later. 17 BAKER. LULU R. On Thursday. Septem ber 16. 1937. at her residence. 3418 Reservoir rd n.w LULU R. BAKER. Notice of funeral later. 17 BOWMAN. CHARLES W. On Wednesday. September 15- 1937. at. bis residence 3329 Cue st. n.w . CHARLES W BOW MAN. husband ot Susie Bowman He also leaves a sister. Gertrude Bowman, and two brothers Frank and George Bowman Remains resting at Boyd's funeral home. 1840 L st. n.w. Notice of funeral hereafter. BOWMAN. MAMIE Departed this life on ! Tuesday. September 14, 1337 at her j residence. All L st. se MAMIE BOW MAN. the beloved wife of Will am Bow man She a<a0 is survived h- other j relatives end friend* Funeral Fdday. September 17. at 3 a m. from Sv Vin- ! cent De Paul's Church. South Caoitol and M sts. Interment, at Mount Olivet Cemetery. • CALDWELL. NELLIE C On Thursday. September 16. 1937. at her residence. 1229 loth st. n.w.. NELLIE C. CALD WELL the beloved wife of the late Charles H’miiton Caldwell and mother of Mrs. C. H. Raymond Mrs Ethel Thompson. Chsrlr, 77. Caldwell, .ir.: John Miles Caldwell and Warden J. Cald well. Net Ice of ftnmral letrr. Services by thr W. W Chambers Co. funeral j home. 1499 Chapin st n.w. CHAPMAN. BLANCHE. I. Deported Ibis ilfe on Tuesda' September It. 1937. at 2:35 a.m . at he:' resident. 1 <3;*(i 15th St n.n . BLANCHE L CHAPMAN. She is survived by her husband. John D. Chapman: two children. Mrs. Althea Chapman Hurst, of Cincinnati. Ohio, and : Mark E Chapman rf Washington. P. C.: three sisters. Mrs. F'te Hone*;.- of Wash ington. D. C ' Mrs Hottie O|h*on of Winchester Va . and Mr*. Flla Ga'kins of Manassas. Va.: one brother. George C, Horton, also of Manassas. Va.. and also many olhrr near relative* and many friends. Remains may be viewed at her late residence after 2 run. Friday. Sep tember 17. Funeral services wll be con ducted bv Rev. Walter H Brooks a' the Nineteenth Strep' Banti*! Church on Saturday. September 18. at 1 p.m. In terment Lineo’n Memorial Cemeiery. Arrangements by the J. L. Lowe funeral home. 17 CHARLES. LAURA ,T. On Thur*d»V. Sen tember 16. 19:;7. at her residence. 465 N st. n.w . LAURA J.. the beloved wife Of Ssmuel M. Charles, mother of Mary C Wood, grandmother of Helen and Walter R. Wood. *rea * -grandmother of ■Walter R. Wood. .ir. O’her relatives and friends also survive her. Remains tem porarily res’ifiK at Henry S Washington A* Sons’ funora’ homo 467 N st. n w. Notice of funeral later. * COFFEY, JAMES I. On Tuesday Sep tember 14. 1937. at Provicmnep Hospital. JAMES I COFFEY, father of Mrs. L.vdla C Woollen. Funeral from the Saffell funeral horn", 475 H st. n.w.. on Thurs- 1 day September 16. pt 2 p.m Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. COIBFRT. MARY A. Departed this life 1 on Thursday. Semember 16. 1937. at ! her residence. 1629 Church si. n.w.. : MARA’ A. COLBERT rife of the late Nicholas Colbert, sister of tile ]ate Jerome B. Ofbornc and mother of Jerome O Colbert Funeral on Sat Plymouth Congregational Churrh 17th and P ate n.w Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Harmony Cemetery. Arrangements tv McGuire. 3 7 DAVIS. GILBFFT BEEBE. On Wednesday. September 15. 19.(7. at lus residence. Idlewood. East Fain Church. Va.. GIL BERT BEEBE DAVIS beloved husband of Beulah F Davis. He also is survived bv two daughters. Mrs. Oeorr~ Bo"om lev and Mr:. Gilbert Himelrig'nt. and one sen. Henry B. Davis, all of Falls Church. Va Remains resting st his late resi dence where funeral services will be held on Saturday Sentember 15 at 3 P.m. Interment Andrew Chattel. Va. IT DA ATS, RICHMOND P. On Wedne'rtav September 3 5. 1937, at Walter Reed General Hospital. RICHMOND R DAVIS major general. U. S A . retired husband ol Bertha M Davis Services strictly private Omit flowers. DEVIXY. MARI' E. On Tuesday. Sent em ber 14. 1937. at he: residence 1.332 Maryland ave n e . MARY F DEVTNY. widow- of Edward Devinv. Remains rest ing at the Lee funeral home 4th st and Mass ave n.e . until Friday September 17. at 8:30 a.m.: th»nce to Holy Name Church 11th and Fye ,«ts n e.. where mass will be offered at 9 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 16 HRACTIOUS. MARY A'. On Tuesday. Sep tember 14. 19.37. a" her residence 25.33 Elvans rd s.e.. MARY V FRAfTIOUS. beioved mother of Mrs Marv vrooman. Mrs Lucv Prue. Mrs, Hattie Hunter William and John Fractious. Sh» also Is survived by other relatives and friends Remains ma- be viewed Thurs day September 16. after 5 p.m at 'he residence of her daughter Mrs. Lucv ! Prue 2R27 Elvans rd s.e. Funeral Sat urday. September 3*. at 1 p m., from St John's C M E. Church. Stanton and Douglas rds. s.e. Rev J T. McCl”nnon officiating. Relatives and friends are Invited. CAGE. CHARLES POST. Suddenly. Sep tember 15. 19.37. at his residence, 4S21 N.E. Flanders st.. Portland Oreg., I CHARLES POST GAGE- beloved hus band of Bertha Wetzel Gage daughter of Wilhelmina C. Wetzel and the late Charles J. Wetzel. Burial m Portland. Oreg. • j Henry. Robert Isaac. Departed this life Tu»s«l»v. 6epf«mb»r 14. 19.37. at 6:20 am. at his residence 5921 Iowa ave Fairmont Heights. Md . ROBERT | ISAAC HENRY, He leave' to mourn ] their loss a lovin', wife Alice Brown ■ Henrv. five children Gertrude Henry. Dorothy L Harrori Irene E . Robert I . and Pearl T Henry; five grandchildren, a devoted mother Mrs Luev Massie. and two M'ters. Mrs. Gertrude H. Roy ster and Mrs. Alva M Gav Remains , resttng at the Siewart funeral home ”<i H st. n.e until .3 p.m. Thursday. Sep- ] tember 36: thereafter et his lale resi- ! dence Funeral Friday September 17. | at pm from B'uiah Baptist Church. 59th and Dix sts n.e 16 HUTCHINSON IRENE AGNES On Wed nesday. Sentember 15 19.37 at Provi dence Hospital IRENE AGNES HUTCH INSON beloved wife of T Harv"v Hutchinson, mother of Thomas H Hutchinson. 1r . and daughter o( Mr and Mrs. Leek Mnrar. Funeral services at the W. W. Chambe-s Co. Southeast fu- ! neral home. 517 11th st. s.e . on Frida'-. ; September IT at 8 30 a.m. thence 'o St Francis Xaviers Ca'lmlic Church where mass w-ill be offered a* 9 a.m. for the repose of her soul Relatives and friends invited to attend. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery 16 JAMES, LIMUEL. Departed this life ! Thursday morning. Sentember 16 1937. j after a brief illnes>. LIMUEL JAMES the devo'ed husband of Cora James He l also leaves to mourn then- los* one son . Solomon -James one daughter Mary i Jame' 'wo sisters Frances Ealv and Ara Brown, and one brother Jesse Jame: Remains resting with L F. Mur- ! raw A Son 12;h »nt V sts n.w. No tice of funeral later. Johnson MAMIE ( Den ed thi : fe suddenly on Tu>- a- September 14. 19 17 at her re i<*r.-,ce 1317 r st : r I MAMIE C tOMNSON wife of 'he late Jame* Johnson. She is survived bv eleven children Mr A-: - Quern. Mrs, Edna Mack. Mrs L .rile Robinson. Airs Tere-a Brow,. Hein. John France Charles. Paul Frank.u. and Vincent I Johnscn: also two hrn'her: four sis'ers I four grandchildren and manv r'hrr rela- ! tlves and f'iei <6- remain.: res'ing at her !at« re-Menr- uftr. ] nr.- Friday. Pep'emhor 11 Fin-' Sfitr- -v s-r> tember 15 ,■ fi a rn from St. Cyprian's Church 1.3th and C s'; s.e Interment at Mount Olive' Cerr."ter". JOHNSON. MAMIF. O.Tkci' amt mem bers of S' Aut ,ne s Ladles Auxiliary No 73 Knight; of S'. John’s are herebv reified ef the death n! pis'er MAMIE JOHNSON Cali meeting Thurr.dev Sep tember 16 19-17 S' Rt, Cyprian s Hall after the regular r- giirg F neral Pat Urdav September IS at a m . from S' Cyprian's Church Auxiliaries invited. ELLA F WATKINS President. REBECCA H THOMAP Rrc. Sec • HITZMTLLER. HIRVF, WILSON. On Wed nesday September 15. 19.77. at nls resi dence .3901 Connectin' are n.w.. HEF.VE WILSON KITZMILLER be1o-ed husband of Anna M Kitzmille- Perv - ice.« at 'he P H Hines Co funeral home 2901 14th st. n.w . on Frida' Ren'cm ber 17 a' 4 pm. Interment Miliera burg, Ohio. MADISON. BENJAMIN. Departed this life on Wednesday. September 15. 1937 at ! Gallincer Hospital BENJAMIN MADI SON devoted father of Beniamin Madi son. Jr., brother of Moses William and James Madison He also is survived by other relatives and many friends Re mains restina at th» John T. Rhines fu neral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.tv. No tice of funeral later. MeGRAW. ESTELLE CHARLOTTE. On Wednesday. September 15. 1937. ES TELLE CHARLOTTE MeGRAW. beloved wife of the late Jems': Leo McGraw and I mother of Mrs. R. Hume Smith. Mrs. Vincent B. Lancinott). Mrs. Hubert A Ashley and J. Edw'ard McGraw-. Funeral from the residence of h"r daughter. Mrs. R. Hume Smith. 1416 Madison at. n.w-, Saturday. September 18. at 8:30 a m.: thence to the Church of the Nativity. 6(10(1 Georgia ave. n.w.. where mass will be said for the repose of her soul. Rela tives and friends Invited. Interment Prospect Hill Cemetery. 17 MrKENZIE. MARY ELLEN. On Wednes day. September 15. 1937. at Children's Hospital. MAR5' ELLEN MeKENZlF. the beloved daughter of William A and Mary A. McKenzie. Funeral servicer at the residence of her parents. 1001 Seminary rd. Silver Spring. Md.. on Friday. Sep tember 17. at 7 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment St. John's Cemetery. Forest Glen. Md. S"rvires by the W. w. Chambers Co. funeral hornr. 17 McKNIGHT. MICHAEL J. On 'Wednesday. September 15. 1937. at his homp. 5 Stockton rd. Silver Spring Md . MICHAEL J. McKNIGHT. beloved hus band of Rosamond T. McKnigh' and father of John Betty. Rosemary and Tnomas McKnieht. Remains resting at the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home. 14n0 Chapin s*. n.w. Services in Fort Myer Chanel. Fori Mver. Va., on Satur day, September IS. at. 11 am. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 17 MOFFATT. SUSAN. On Wednesday. Sep tember 15. 1037. at her residence. 6oo Maryland ave. n c.. SUSAN TOFF'TT beloved sister of Edwin Moffett. Mrs Ami Moflatt Pelot and Mrs. John Nirh- I olas Dieter of Savannah. Ga. She also is survived by five nieces. Funeral serv ices a: the Church of the Ascension, at 17th st. and Massachuse'Is ave. n.w.. ou Thursday. September 16. at 7 P.m. Relatives .and friends invited to attend. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery Serv ices by W. W. Chambers Co. funrraJ home. 140(1 Chapin si. n.w. Nfl.SON. SAMUEL D. S. Drnarted this hie Wednesday. Srpiemher 15. 11137 at Gallinger Hospital. SAMUET. D. S NF.L ■ thb loving husband of Roberta Nelson, devoted brother ot Mrs. Hannah Collins of New 5Tork City. He also leaves other relatives and friends to : mourn his departure. Remains resting *1 the John T. Rhines funeral Chanel • •rd and Eye sis. s.w. Notice of funeral later. TEVDLETOV. JAME-g ROBERT. On Wed nesday. September 15 1937. at 7:30 j p.m., at his residence. "09 W si n w . JAMES ROBERT PENDLETON, devoted husband of the late Ida Pendleton, fa ther of Mrs. MarcSret Pack Mrs Marie Woorilpv. Jamps Henry. Leola and Harrv Pendleton: brother of Mrs. Columbia Goednev and Pichard Pendleton. He also is survived by six grandchildren and many 01 her relatives and friends Remains resting at Frazier's funeral home, 389 R. I. ave. n.w. Notice of fu neral later. 17 PROCTOR. ROSA GERTRUDE. On Wed nesday. September 15. 1937, at 7 50 p m. at her residence. 7367 Alabama ave. s.e.. ROSA GERTRUDF PROCTOR beloved wife or James IValter Proctor and devored mother of nine children. She also is survived by her mother, fa ther. -wo sisters, four brothers, ninc t«cn grandchildren and other relatives and friends. Funeral from the above residence Saturday. September 18. at 6:30 R.m.: thence 10 Our Ladv of Per netual Health Church. 15th si. and Mor ris rd s.e., wherg requiem mass will be celebrated ai 9 am. for the renos” of her soul. Interment Mount Olivet Cem etery. 17 RICH. FRANCE'S. Departed this life on Saturday. September 1 1. 1937. at her residence. 1715 Delaware ave. s.w., FRANCES RICE She leaves to mourn ihcir loss four daug/iters. Pauline Hutch inson. Margaret Moore. Carrie Pierce and Clara Rice: two sons. William and * Edward Riee. two sisters. Carrie Titus JP?.<e and Richard Jones, ar.d several other relatives and friend.). Remains j resting at Eugene Ford’s funeral home. | 1300 South Canitol st. Funeral Fridav. 1 September It. a’ 1 p.m. from St James' Baptist Church. 3rd and L sts. s.e . Rev. A. B Williams officiating Interment Rosemont Cemetery. 16 ROLLINS. CLARENCE. Deoarted this life on Wednesday. September 15. 1937. at 11:30 pm., after a lingering Illness. CLARENCE ROLLINS the devoted hus band of Pearl Svrinor Rollins. H” also leaves to mourn their loss one uncle and four aunts. Remains resting with L E Murray A- Son. 12th and V sts. n.w' Notice of funeral later. SAYERS. JAMES D. On Tuesday Sep tember 14. 19,37. JAMES D SAYERS, son of the late William S. and Margaret Kelley Sayers. Remains resting at the residence of hi'- sister. Mrs Margaret Sayers Baril. 538 Oneida pi. n.w. Mass will be offered at St. .Josenh's Ca'hnlic Church. 2nd and C sts. n.e.. Fridav. Septemher 17. at 9:30 a.m. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. 16 TRAPPET. IRMA ELLA. On Thursdav. September 16. 1937. IRMA ELLA wife i of A. S. H Trappey of 1304 Garfield *t., Woodside Md. Body resting at Warner E Pumnhrey's fun»ral home Rockville. Md. Notice of services later. WALKER, ELSIE R On Thursdav Sep tember Ifi. 1937. at St. Luke's Hospital. New York City. ELSIE R WALKER tnee Smoot) of St Albans. Long Island, the beloved wife of Walter H Walker mntlv er of Walter H ,ir. and Elsie V. Walker daughter of Mrs Clara V Smoot and sister of John F. and Miss Clara V. Smoot and Mrs John L Gaither Fu neral services a* the W W Chambers Co. funeral home 1400 Chapin st. n.w Notice of time later. WARD. WILLIAM A. On Wednesday. Sen- j temb»r 15. 1937 at his residence 2811 12th st. ne. WILLIAM A WARD hus-i band of the late Margaret Ward and father of Albert and Francis Ward. Services at the S H Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. Saturday. September 18. at 2 p.m. Interm-nt Glenwood Cemetery. 18 WHITAKER. DORCY C. On Tuesday. Sep tember 14. 1937. near Winchester. Va.. DORCY C.- beloved husband of the late Cora Whitaker Remains resting at Gaseh's Sons' funeral home. 46 Mary land ave . Hyattsville Md Services at the above funeral home on Fridav. Sep- ; t ember 17. at 9 p.m Relatives and friends are invited Interment Satur day. September 18. Fort Lincoln Ceme terv. 1\ HIT AKER. DORCY C. Members of Langdon Lodge. No. 26. I O O F. are reouested to assemble at the lodse hall promptly at 8 p.m. Friday. Septem ber 17. 1937. for the purpose of con ducting services for our late brother. DORCY C WHITAKER at Gascb's fu neral home. 46 Maryland ave , Hva't.s ville Md.. at 9 p.m. By order of the noble grand GROVER C SEXTON. Secretary. WILKINSON. VICTORIA. On Wednes day. September 15. 1937. a: Philadel phia. Pa VICTORIA WILKINSON (nee Yennev). beloved wife of the late John ! T Wilkinson. Funeral service1 at Glen- | wood Cemeterv on Saturday. September 18 at 3 p.m. Relatives and friends i invited. Interment Glenwood Cemetery Services by the W. w. Chamber? Co fu- ! neral home. 18 WILLIAMS LOTTIE. On Monday. Sen- I 'ember 13. 1937 at her residence KUO 4th st. se. LOTTIE WILLIAMS, loving mother of Sadie Lee Leotha Gibson and Arnetta Cureton She also leaves two sisters, one brother one grandson and other relatives and friends Re- ! mains testing at the John T Rhines funeral chanel. 3rd and Eye s's. sw until Wednesday September 15 at 4 I p m thence at her late residence Fit- ' pars! Thursdav, September 16 at 9pm from the House of Prayer, 7*h at. be tween P and S sts n.w Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. in fflnttorutm. BT TIJ.R, MARTHA In loving remem brance of my dear mother MARTHA BUTLER n** Simm<' who d*par*ed rhis life nineteen years ago todav, 6ep- ; temher 16. 101*. JuFt when the pleasant sunshine Wat slowing in the east. Her bright eyev closed sincerely. Her gentle sighing ceased Gone are her footsteps I loved'so dear. Silent her voice I ioved to hear Too far away for sight or speech But not too far for my thoughts to reach. I miss you. mother, more and more each da v. But God knew best, so He called you 1 away; Silent your voice vacant your nlace But forever in my heart is hidden your dear face. DEVOTED DAUGHTER EDNA GRAY. • BUTLER. MARtHA. In memory of my darling mother. MARTHA BUTLER, who 1 Passed away nineteen years ago todav. i September 16. 1918 I see you in mv dreams, dear mother. Oh how I wish 11 to he true That I could be just a little closer To say a few words to you. LOVING DAUGHTER MAGDALENE DAVIS • GARRISON. ADA B. In loving memorv of my dear pa! ADA B GARRISON who passed to the great beyond September 16. 1936. Oh! what would I give to clasp your hand Your dear, kind face to see. To hear your voice to see your smile. That meant so much to me LOVINGLY. MRS. HOLLIS. • GEN. DAVIS DIES AT WALTER REED Served as Artillery Brigade Commander in France During World War. Maj. Gen. Richmond P. Davis, 71, U. S. A., retired, who has made his residence in Washington for a num ber of years, died late yesterday at Walter Reed Hospital, the War De partment. was notified today. Gen. Davis, who commanded the 151st Field Artillery Brigade in France during the World War, had served three details in Washington prior to Bis retirement after more than 40 years of service, on December 22, 1929. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Bertha M. Davis. 2914 Thirty-third place. Private funeral services are being planned. Gen. Davis was born at Statesville, N. C., June 23, 1866, and svas gradu ated from the Military Academy in June, 1887. He began his military service with the famous 2d Artillery at Jackson Barracks, La. He served several times as an in structor at. West Point, specializing in chemistry, mineralogy’ and geology His first detail of duty in Washing ton began in September, 1911, when he was assigned as a student at the Armv War College. As commander of the 151st Brigade he participated in the battle of San Mihiel^and later became chief of Ar tillery of the 9th Army Corps in France. He was serving as commanding gen era! of the 4th Corps Area, with head quarters at Atlanta, at the time of his retiiement, after which he came to Washington to live. He held the Dis tinguished Service Medal for his serv ice in the World War, ——-• __ H. W. KITZMILLER DIES AT RESIDENCE Printing Clerk for Federal Re serve Board Was 111 Only a Short Time. Herve Wilson Kitzmiller, 65. print ing clerk for the Federal Reserve Board, died last night at his home, 3901 Connecticut avenue, after a short illness. Mr. Kitzmiller entered the board's service when it was organized in 1914. Before that he was in the Government Printing Office and with the old Fed eral Tariff Board, serving the Govern ment in various capacities for 37 years. A native of Millersburg, Ohio, he came to Washington in 1899. He was active in the Ohio Society, seiving as its secretary for manv years He was a member of the board of stewards o the Calvary Methodist Church and formerly was financial secretary. He was a member of the Typographical Union and of Hope Masonic Lodge, No. 20. His widow, Mrs. Anne Kitzmiller, survives. He also leaves a brother and three sisters. The funeral will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow' at the Hines funeral home. 280’ Fourteenth street. The body will be sent to Mil lersburg for burial. SINCE . 18 5 7 301 E. CAPITOL ST. . . PHILIPPINE PRODUCERS ASK FREER U. S. TRADE Sugar and Coconut Oil Interests Seek Changes in Re strictions. By the Associated Press. MANILA. September 16.—Sugar and coconut nil producers of the Philip pines asked freer trade with the United States yesterday in a con certed attack on congressional restric tions on Philippine-American trade. They complained to the joint pre paratory committee investigating eco nomic phases arising from the forth coming independenc f the Philip pines. Sugar cane planters urged abolition of export taxes beginning with the : sixth year of the 10-year transition i — ' period prior to full Philippone inde pendence in 1946. While the American flag flies in the islands, their brief asserted, any excise tax collected on Philippine sugar should be returned to the planters. The planters recommended continua tion of free trade between the United States and the Philippines after in sular independence. Drowned While Bathing. WARREN, Ind.. September 16 (/Pj.— Coroner R. S. Galbraith said today after an investigation of Otto Sack, 44, of Lebanon, Mo., whose body was found in a gravel pit near here, had drowned in 20 feet of water. Sack and four other men, none of whom could swim, had gone to the pit to bathe yesterday, the coroner said. Sack had been employed in this area as tomato picker. CONVENTION ARRANGED Securities Commissioners to Meet at French Lick October 12. INDIANAPOLIS, September 16 (/P).—Chester R. Montgomery, Indiana securities commissioner, said today plans had been completed for the twentieth annual convention of the National Association of Securities Commissioners at French Lick October 12 to 15. Members will come from all parts of the United States and Canada, he I ..... 1 1.*—" ■ ■ said. Experts in various fields of finance will lead discussions. Speakers will Include Gov. M. Clif ford Townsend of Indiana and August G. Mueller, Indiana Secretary of State. Worcester. 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