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fTORMLEY. MARY RAY. Rev. Elmore Wormley. his son Deniel end his deueh ter Mildred wish to extend tl»elr sincere end heartfelt thanks to their many friends for their expressions of sym pathy and kind offers of servfte on the occasion of their recent bereave ment. • Sratfa. AGE1L LOTTIE. On Monday. September 37. 19.37. at Freedmen's Hospital. LOT TIE AGER, devoted wife of Jackson Afer. loving daughter of Mrs. Josephine Savin, sister of Willie. Mildred. Bernice. enry. Patrick. Oliver and Aleer Davis; Mrs. Dorothy Green and Mrs. Otelia Venerable. She also leaves other rela tives and many friends. Remains rest ing at the John T. Rhines funeral chaoel, 3rd and Eye sts. s.w.. until 4 D.m. Fri day. Body will be shipped to Sax>, Va.» for funeral services and interment. BLACKBURN, ALVA C. On Thursday, September 30. 1937. ALVA C. BLACK BURN. beloved husband of Margaret V. Blackburn. Remains resting at the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. BRAUN, LUCILLE. On Wednesday. Sep tember 29. 1937. LUCILLE BRAUN, be loved wife of Herman R. Braun. Funeral from the W. W. Chambers Co. Southeast funeral home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Sat urday. October 2. at 9:30 a m. Rela tives and friends invited to attend. In terment Arlington National Cemetery. BRAXTON. JOHN W. Departed this life suddenly, on Monday. September 27. 1937. JOHN W. BRAXTON. He leaves to mourn their loss two devoted sisters. Mrs. Hattie Hawkins and Mrs. Mary Courtney; one brother. James L. Brax ton; one son. James Braxton, and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at E. W. Bundy’s funeral home. 621 Florida ave. n.w. Funeral Friday. Oc tober 1. at 1 D.m.. from the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Kth st. between F and G sts. n.e.. Elder Pryor officiating. Remains will be in church Friday from 9 to 1 o'clock. Interment Lincoln Me morial Cemetery. BROOKINS. JAMES I. Suddenly, on Mon day September 27. 1937. JAMES I. BROOKINS of 911 3rd st. n.w.. devoted brother of Pearl E. Winston, cousin of Rev. Daniel Evans and Giles Cook He also leaves other relatives and friends. Remains renting at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w.. where funeral services will be held on Friday. October 1. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Zion Cemetery. 30 BROWN. ALFRED. SR. On Tuesday. Sep tember 28. 1937. at Freedmen’s Hos pital. ALFRED BROWN. Sr., beloved fa ther of Alfred Brown, jr.. and Mrs. Beatrice Chase. He also leaves other relatives and many friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd and Eve sts. s.w., until 10 a.m. Friday, thereafter at his late resi dence. 833 22nd st. n.w. Funeral Fri day. October 1. at l p.m.. from the Morning Star Baptist Church. 20th st. between Eye and K sts. n.w. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Bl'RGESS. ANNIE E. On Thursday. Sep tember 30. 1937. at her residence. 3009 18th st. n.e.. ANNIE E. BURGESS, be loved wife of George William Burgess, mother of Mrs. Lavinia E. Ferguson, sis ter of Mrs. Grace K. Dean and Mr. Dor sey Adams. Funeral from the above resi dence on Saturday. October 2. at 1 n.m. Relatives and friends invited Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Frederick. Md. Services by the W. W. Chambers Co 1 Campbell, charles t. Departed this life on Wednesday-. September 29. 1937. at Gallinger Hospital. CHARLES T CAMPBELL, devoted son of Alice Camp bell. lovinc father of Joseph and Clar ence Campbell- brother of William and James Edward Campbell, grandfather of Mary Campbell. He also leave* other relatives and friends to mourn their loss. Remains resting at Barbour Bros.' fu neral home. 18 K *t. n.e . until 2 n.m. Friday. October 1. thereafter at hi.* late residence. 34 Patterson st. n.e. Funeral Saturday October 2. at 9 a.m . from Holv Redeemer Church. N. Y. ave. be tween 1st st. and N J. ave. Interment Mount Olivet Cemc!®ry. 1 CONNER. MARY ELIZABETH. On Tues day. September 28. 1937. at her resi dence. ti25 C st. n.e. MARY ELIZA BETH CONNER sister of Miss Ger trude Conner. Mrs. Fannie Peddicord and Mrs. Addie Good. Funeral from her late residence on Friday. October 1. at 2 D.m. Interment Cedar Hill Ceme tery. 30 DUNPHY. PAGE VANCE. On Thursday. September .”.o. 10.37. at 2:3(1 a m PAGE VANCE DUNPHY. infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Dunphy of Summit ave.. Gaithersburg. Md. n GITT, CI.ARENCE GODFREY. Sudden ly. on Wednesday. September 20. 1037. at his home CLARENCE GODFREY FUGITT. aged 33 years, the b»loved husband of Myrtle Poole Fugr.t and fa ther of Margaret R. and Charle.' W. Fugitt. He also is survived by his par ents. Isaac C. and Elizabeth Day Fugitt: one sister and nine brothers. Remains resting at the home of his mother-in law. Mrs. Margaret Poole. Rockville. Md. Funeral services a- Faith Chapel. Der ■wood. Md.. on Sunday. October 3. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Derwcod. Md. 3 FEATHERS. ADELAIDE H. On Thursday. September 30. 1037. at her residence. 731 Shepherd st. n.w ADELAIDE H. FEATHERS, w-ife of the late Alien Feath ers and mother of Leona Feathers. Re mains resting at the S. H. Hines Co. fu neral home. 2001 14th st. n.w-.. until 5 p m. Friday. October 1. Services and in terment at Bergen. N. Y. 1 CANAWAT. ELIZABETH PCLLEM. De Darted this life Wednesday. September 29. 1937, in New York City. ELIZABETH PULLEM GANAWAY. She is survived by a devoted husband. David Ganawav: four sisters, five brothers ar.d other rel atives and friends. Funeral Saturday. October 2. at 7 p.m.. from the residence of her sister. Mrs. M. V. Glascoe. 1423 Corcoran st. n.w. Interment in Bedford. Va. Funeral arrangements by L. E. Murray & Son. 1 CKEET, JAMES c.. On Wednesday. Sep tember 29. 1937, at the Episcopal Eye. Ear and Throat Hospital. JAMES C» GREET of Vienna. Va.. beloved husband cf the late Ida V. Greet and father of Margaret M. Kannel. Grace Virginia Cox 8nd Urie J. Greet. Funeral from the Nevius funeral home. 924 New York pve. n.w.. Friday October 1, at 2 p.m. In terment in Fori Lincoln Cemetery. * Hamill. MARY G. On Thursday. Sep tember 3o. 193 7. at Washington Sani tarium. Takoma Park Md.. MARY G. HAMILL. aged '7 years, beloved mother ! of Mr. Charles B. Hamill of New York City. She also is survived by one grand child. James F. Hamill. Funeral serv ices at Hysone s parlors. 1300 N st n.w.. on Friday. October ]. at 3 p.m. Inter ment Glenwood Cemetery. HILL, ESTELLE MAY. On Wednesday. September 29, 1937. at her home. 71 lo Wisconsin ave.. Bethesda. Md.. ESTELLE j MAY HILL, beloved wife of Nathan K. Hill. Remains resting at the funeral home of William Reuben Pumphrey. 7005 Wisconsin ave.. Bethesda. Md. Funeral services 8t the above funeral home on Friday. October 1. at 2:30 p.m. Inter ment Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Va. BI RD FRANCES BRIGHT. Departed this life Wednesday. September 29. 1937. at Panamac City. Fla.. FRANCES BRIGHT HURD. She leaves to mourn their loss a sister. Loretta Bright: two brothers. Irving and John Bright, and othpr rela tives and friends. Remains resting at Campbell’s funeral home. 423 4th st. s.w. Notice of funeral later. BUSTON* IDA MAY’. On Wednesday. Sep tember 29, 1937. at her residence. 1 HI0 Upshur st. n.w.. IDA MAY HUSTON, be loved wife of John A Huston and mother cf Robert C. Huston. Services at the 6. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w,. on Friday. October 1. at 2:30 p m. Friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. Bl 8T0N. IDA M. A special meeting of ■ Bethany Chanter. No. 74. O. E. S.. is called for Friday. October 1. 1937. at 1:39 p.m.. at the Masonic Temple. 13th st. and New York ave. n.w.. for the pur pose of conducting funeral services lor our late sister. IDA M. HUSTON, past matron. RUTH B. LEIGHTON. Worthy Matron. ALICE W. NEWHARD. Secretary. JOHNSON*. MATTIE. On Wednesday. Sep tember 1ft. 1037. at 1719 Delaware ave. n.w.. MATTIE JOHNSON, beloved wife of Rev. L. H. Johnson of Colonial Beach, va.: mother of Mrs. Elizabeth M. Alex ander. Wayman. Gillie and Robert John aon; sister of Mrs. Ellen Bates. She also leaves other relatives and many friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. Notice of funeral later. LAWSON. NORMAN W. Departed this life Wednesday. September 29. 1937. at Freedmen’s Hospital. NORMAN W. LAW SON. devoted son of Henrietta V. and the late Joseph D. Lawson. He also leaves to mourn their loss one daughter, four sisters and many relatives and friends. Remains may be viewed after 6 p.m. Thursday. September 30. at Frazier's funeral home. 389 R. I. ave. n.w.. where funeral services will be held Saturday. October 2. at 0:30 a.m. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 1 MAHONEY. SARAH E. On Tuesday. Sep tember 28. 1037. at her residence. 333 C st. s.e.. SARAH E. MAHONEY, beloved wife of John R. Mahoney. Funeral from the James T. Ryan funeral home, 317 Fa. ave. s.e.. on Friday. October 1. at 2 ?‘.m. Relatives and friends are invited, nterment Congressional Cemetery. 30 MARQUIS. MAE E. On Monday. August 30. 1937. in Rome Italy. MAE E. MAR QUIS. the beloved wife of J. Clyde Marquis, and mother of Roger P. and Firth Marquis. Remains resting at the *W. Wr. Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w. from Friday. October 1. to Saturday October 2, at 1 p.m. Fu neral from the Calvary Baptist Church, corner 8th and H sts. n.w.. on Saturday. October 2. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. 1 FUNEKAL DIRECTORS. J. William Lee’s Sons CaT FUNEKAL DIRECTORS Crematorium Ath and Mass Ave N.E_Lincoln 8200 Joseph F. Birch’s Sons <A. L. HAYCOCK Manager) gam as? 3034 m st. n-w. Frank Geier’s Sons Co. Uag’a.B4l "iS National 2473 V. L. SPEARE CO. neither the successor to nor connected with UM ortflnal W. R. Speare establishment. natfam 1009 H St. N.W. MRS. FORD’S RITES Funeral of Alexandria Woman Will Be Held Tomorrow. ALEXANDRIA, Va., September 10 (Special).—The funeral of Mr*. Lu tlcia Jett Ford, 84-year-old widow of J. W. Ford, who died yesterday at her home at Brandy, Va., will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow from the Wheatley funeral home, King street She is survived by the following children: Charles H. Jett of Alex andria, Herbert Jett of Atlanta, Ga., and Frank and Bernard Jett of Wash ington. BOY, 12, INJURED Thomas O’Connor, 12,-of 12 R street, suffered a broken leg yesterday when struck by an automobile near Mc Kinley High School. His was the only traffic injury reported to police in the last 24 hours. The boy was taken to Sibley Hospi tal by the driver, Robert Berrang, 4215 Thirteenth street. --• EXEMPTION ASKED Examiner Proposes 4 Craft Es cape Provisions of Act. A Communications Commission ex aminer recommended today four ves sels of the Philadelphia & Norfolk Steamship Co., Philadelphia, be ex empt until November 6 from provisions of the communications act of 1934 re lating to "safety-at-sea” regulations. The ships are the Delaware River, the James River, the Hampton Roads and the Elizabeth River. BeatljH. MONROE REV. JOHN R. Departed this life Wednesday. September 29. 1937. at Gallinger Hospital. Rev. JOHN R. MON. ROE He leaves to mourn their loss one son. Rev. John F. Monroe; three daugh <"s- Mrs. Louvania Herbert. Mrs Cora Wiluamr and Mrs. Carrie Thompson; a sister. Mrs Grade Wilson, and a host of other relatives and friends. Body will lie in state at the St. John's Community £l?urcl?' 323 loth st. s.e., after 5 pm. Thursday. September 30. Funeral Fri day. October 1. at 1:30 p.m.. from the above-named church. Casket will not be opened after services. Interment Harmony Cemetery. • R O W LA N D, j, FRED. On Wednesday. September 29. 1937. at Marine Hos pital. Baltimore. Md.. J. FRED ROW LAND. former resident of Arlington. Va. He is survived by his wife. Mattie Row land. daughter. Shirley, and son. John Rowland. Funeral Friday. October 1. at 10 a.m.. from Brooks A: Sons' funeral parlors. Calhoun and Hollins sts.. Bal timore. Md. Interment National Ceme tery. Baltimore. Md.. with military honors. SFAGLEk. ELLA. On Tuesday. September 28. 1937. ELLA SEAGLES devoted mother of Lucian Thompson. Ernest end Raymond Seagles; sister of Mrs. Grace Dinsmore and the late Mrs. Jennie Ken ney. Mrs. Sarah N. Wilkes and Mrs. Nora Briehtweil. Remauis resting at Frazier's funeral home. 389 R. I. ave n w. Fu neral Friday. October I. at 1 Dm. from Zioi! Baptist Church, on F st be tween 3rd and 4th st. s.w.. Rev R C Herbert officiating. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Harmony Cemetery 30 TROTT. BED. On Tuesday. September -28. 1937. at Sibley Hospital. BUD TROTT of 4229 Grant si. n.e. Funeral services will be held at Timothy Han lons funeral parlors. 841 H st. n.e.. on Friday. October 1. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 30 WANkER, CORA. On Thursday. Septem ber 30. 1937. at 8:45 a.m.. at Emer gency Hospital. CORA WANSER. devoted daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Marshall Wanser of Catlett. Va.; beloved sister of Mrs. Pearl W. Baker. Mrs. Mabel W Haley and Clarence Wanser. She also leaves other relatives and friends. Re mains resting at .he W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w. No tice of funeral later. WARTHEN, ALFRED C. On Thursday. September 30. 1937. at his home 9 Washington st.. Kensington. Md.. AL FRED C. WARTHEN. the beloved hus band of Nona Augusta Warthen. Fu neral services at his late residence Sat urday. October 2. at 2:30 p.m. Inter ment Damascus. Md. 1 WELLk. HORTON. On Fritfty. September 24. 1937. HORTON WELLS, beloved hus band of Gertrude Wells, loving father of Edward. Marshall. Carlton and Vincent Wells, devoted brother of Mrs. Betsy and Maggie Robinson and Henrv Wells. He also leaves other relatives and many friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w.. until 4 p.m. Friday: thereafter at the Morning 8t«r Elks' Home. 15th and Que sts. n.w. Funeral Saturday. October 2. at 1:30 n.m . from the Union Wesley M. E. Church 2.3rd st. between L and M sts. n.w. Interment Rosemont Ceme tery. 1 WILLIAMS. ELIZABETH M. On Tuesday. September 28. 1937. ELIZABETH M. WTLLIAMS. beloved wife of Richard J. Williams and mother of Mrs. Ethel M. Waite. Funeral from her late residence. 5537 33rd st. n.w.. on Friday. October 1 at 9:30 a.m.: thence to 'he Blessed Sacrament Church, where mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. 30 in Hirmoriam. BARNES. ELIZABETH. A tribute of love and devoflon to our dear mother. ELIZA BETH BARNES who left us three years a bo today. September .30. 1934. Just a fewf of us remaining. With tearful eyes we stand alone: 4 But God is merciful and has promised Always to take care of his own. LONELY CHILDREN. OVER, F. WOODIE. In memory of my de voted father, who died thirteen years ago today. September 30. 1924. HIS LOVING DAUGHTER. GLADYS O. JOHNSON * PHILLIPS, GILBERT THOMAS. In loving remembrance of my husband. GILBERT THOMAS PHILLIPS, who died one year ago today. September 30. 1930. HIS WIFE. PAULINE A. PHILLIPS. ROBINSON. MOLLIE. A tribute of love and affection to the memory of our dear mother and sister. MOLLIE ROBINSON, who departed this life September 30. 1933. All by myself I think of you. Think of the things we used to do, Think of the things we used to say, Think of each golden yesterday. Sometimes I sigh, sometimes I smile, All by myself. LONELY DAUGHTER MYRTLE. Onlv one of us remaining. With tearful eyes I stand alone. But God is merciful and has promised Always to take care of his own. LONELY SISTER. NELLIE. • SMALLWOOD, AGNES. In sad but loving memory of our dear mother. AGNES SMALLWOOD, who departed this life twenty-four years ago today. SeDtember 30. 1913. HER DEVOTED DAUGHTERS. LOUISE AND GERSTER. • SMITH. MARY. In sad remembrance of my dear mother, MARY SMITH, who de parted this life nineteen years ago today. September 30. 1918. Gone but not forgotten. ' HER DAUGHTER. Frazier's —service, quality and reverence In conducting beautiful funerals un excelled anywhere. Complete In every detail. Undertaken for col ored U. S. War Veterans. Also for the C. C. C. Camp N. P. 11, Company 1360. Washington. D. C. No Deserving Case Turned Away Parlors and Chapelt Tree Call NOrth 77957796 389 R. I. Ave. N.W. FUNERAL DESIGNS. FLOWERSTlNCr im H St. N.W._District n*ni. GUDE BROS. CO. Floral Piece* 1212 F Bt N.W National *276_ GEO. C. SHAFFER MODERATE1 PRICX8 ^PH ON? NVT 0106 ESS Cor. 14th & Ey« ♦ p- ■ ■ Endeavour Gains English Coast; Home Port Plans Big Welcome Bt the Associated Press. LONDON, September 30. — The Endeavour I rode serenely Into home waters today after a dramatic 17-day voyage under sail across the Atlantic. Lloyds of London announced their Lizard Point station reported the sleek America's Cup racing yacht had passed the point—the southwesternmost tip of England—a’t 9:45 a.m., G. M. T. (4:45 a.m., E. S. T.), eastward bound toward home. At her present'”speed it was estimated the Endeavour would make Gosport some time this evening. It was the first word from the yacht since the tanker Esso Belgium re ported sighting her 160 miles off Lizhrd yesterday. Fog banks had closed down on the Atlantic Coast, hampering efTorts of tugs and planes to establish contact with the Endeavour, which was missing for two weeks after her towline snapped. The sea remained calm and with the wind abeam, sailing experts thought the sleek racer made good progress during the night. The En deavour had capably crossed 2,500 miles of the Atlantic and weathered a hurricane after her towline broke off Nantucket September 13, en route home from the United States. Gosport, the Endeavour’s home port, prepared a welcome for the sailing craft and the Mayor of nearby Ports mouth ordered a special reception for the crew at a local hotel. Batteries of sirens were Installed to shriek a welcome. Bunting fluttered gayly in the sea breeze. The British Broadcasting Corp. an nounced that Lieut. Comdr. T. Wood roffe, the radio announcer who startled Britain with the comment "the fleet is all lit up” at the coronation naval review, would describe the arrival of the Endeavour. It will be his first broadcast since his description of the review last May. It was announced the broadcast would be relayed to the United States. DISTRICT MAN’S DEATH BY GAS RULED SUICIDE Coroner Issues Certificate in Case of Clarence Fugitt, Found in Kitchen. Coroner A. Magruder MacDonald today issued a certificate of suicide in the death of Clarence Fugitt. 33, who was found dead yesterdaj’ in the gas-filled kitchen of his home at 1246 Sixth street southwest. Father of two children, Fugitt was an employe at the District Grocery Stores warehouse. He had returned home from work around 11 a.m. and his body was discovered several hours later by his landlady. A note, which said “Good-by, I'm going to end it all,” and signed “Love and kisses, Clarence,” was found by morgue attendants. -» INCREASE IN CATHOLIC SOCIAL WORK HINTED Vatican Prelates Indicate Concern Felt for Rural-Urban In equality in U. S. Ej the Associated Press. VATICAN CITY, September 30.— Vatican prelates last night disclosed that important studies have been undertaken in church circles point ing to increased Catholic activity in the field of social welfare in the United States. They indicated that the Vatican has been concerned about a lack of equilibrium between rural and urban life in the United States. This in equality, prelates indicated, is felt to be a result of the depopulation of rural areas, causing profound harm to the Catholic faith and family life. OLD NEWSPAPER DIES London's Morning Post, Founded in 1772, Absorbed by Rival. LONDON. September 30 (JF.—Amal gamation of the Morning Poet, Lon don’s oldest existing newspaper, and the Daily Telegraph was announced yesterday. The Morning Post was founded in 1772. The combined paper will be under the control of Lord Camrose, editor in chief and principal proprietor of the Daily Telegraph lor the last 10 years. Captioned "Hail and Farewell,” to day’s last edition will recall that the Morning Post recorded the American Declaration of Independence, the guillotining of the King and Queen during the .French revolution and Admiral Nelson's victory over the French in the battle of Trafalgar. POTATO PLAN FAVORED North Carolina Poll Urges 1938 “Goals" to Stabilize Prices. RALEIGH, N. C., September 30 W*)-—North Carolina's commercial Irish potato growers voted 2,823 to 44 for a crop-stabilization program in a referendum conducted this week, E. Y. Floyd of North Carolina State College said. The farmers voted for a plan in the 1938 agricultural conservation pro gram that would provide potato "goals” intended to stabilize produc tion to supply the market at a price fair to producers and consumers. Woman Is Left 66Holding Bag” A fter Trial Ends Ella Bell, an aged colored woman, was left “holding the bag” even after her trial before Judge Hobart Newman in Police Court yesterday. The defendant, who was accused of stealing dresses and other goods from two downtown stores, told the court she was standing at Seventh and D streets when another colored woman shoved two packages in her hands and said. “Hold these until I get back.” The next thing she knew, she told the court, Miss Betty Shapiro, employe of a Seventh street dress shop, seized her and held her until police arrived. “I was just holding the bag,” Ella said. “You’re still holding it,” said the judge. “Thirty days on each of the two charges.” Retired Missionary Dies. BOSTON. September 30 i/l’i —The American Board of Foreign Missions announced last night they had re ceived word of the death in Bangalore, India, on September 26 of the Rev. James Henry Dickson of Portland, Oree. He began service in the Far East under the American board in 1900, retiring in 1935. 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