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ALLEN. MABEL. On Friday. October 15.
1937. MABEL ALLEN daughter of the late
Lawerance and Josephine Strickland. She
I also leaves to mourn their loss one aunt
and two cousins and a host of other rela
tives and friends Remains resting at S
P. Morrow’s funeral home. I32H V st. n.w.
Funeral Wednesday. October Jo at i p m.,
from above funeral home. Interment Lin
j coin Memorial Cemetery.
BANKS. FRANK .!. On Tuesday. Octo
ber 19. 1937. FRANK J. BANKS of 30o
i V st. n.w. He is survived by a ae . oted
wife. Eliza Banks- one sister- Bertha
Dent; one cousin. Mary Carroll many
other relatives and friends. Remains
resting at the Malvan & Schey funeral
home. N J. a\e. and R st. n.w. Notice
of Xuneral to be announced iater.
BARNES. J ANNIE E. Passed into the
grpat beyond, on Sunday. October 1.. 19.l»,
JANNIE E BARNES of 3345 9th M. n.w..
the beloved mother of Rhoda F. Colston.
She also leaves other relatives and many
i friends Remains resting at the George B.
I Clarke Co. funeral parlor. 141 a Florida ave.
n r, until 4 p.m. Tuesday, thence to her
late residence. Funeral Wednesday. Octo
ber 20 at 1 p.m . from the Nineteenth
Street Baptist Church. 19th and I sts. n.w..
Rev. Walter H. Broods, pastor. 19v
BARNES. JENNIE E. The John Mar
shall Harlan Relief Association announces
the death of JENNIE E BARNES. 2215
Pth st nw. Sunday October II. 193,.
Funeral Wednesday. October 20. at 1 p.m.,
from Nineteenth Street Baptist Church.
19th and Eye sts. n.w.
GEORGE W. COLE. President.
JAMES W. ROBINSON Fill. Sec.
BOYKIN. ROB1RT STEVEN On Mon
da' October I* 1937 at Providence Hos
pital. ROBERT STEVEN BOYKIN, brio’ed
non of Robert D. and Maggie L. Boy Kin.
Funeral services at his parents’ residence.
225 3rd st. n.w . on Wednesday October
20. at in .to a m Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
CARSON. ELIZABETH H On Monday
October IS 1937 at midnieht. at her
residence. 1024 Lamont n.w. ELIZA
BETH H. CARSON, daughter of the late
Charles H. and Cera Carson Remains
resting at the McGuire funeral home,
1620 Pth st. n.w. 20
CLOMAX. ALFRED G On Fnriav Oc
tober .15. 193.;. ALFRED G CLOMAX be
loved brother of Arthur. Joseph and Wil
liam Clomax Remains resting at the Jonn
T Rhmes funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts.
s w. Funeral Thursday O tober 21. at 1
p.m,. from the Pilerim Baptist Church 3rd
and Van sts s.w. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. Relatives ana lriends
invited to attend 20
DORY. EL1Z\RETH. Departed this life
Saturday October lb. 1937. ELIZABETH
DORY of 199 1 4th st. n.w . beloved daugh
ter of Sarah Lone mother of Mane C;arK.
She is also survived by a devoted step
father Samuel H Lone, two loving sis
ters. Mrs Laura Lovings and Mr- Annie
Crump, two aunts. •: grandchildren and
other relative- and friends Remains rest
ing at the Malvan A. Schey funeral home.
N. J. ave and R s’, n.w Funeral from
above named chapel. Thursday October 3!.
at 2 p.m Relatives and friends invited.
Intermen’ W'oodlawn Cemetery.
nuiGHFKii. mm in i\r.t n. un .uon
diy. October is. 1937. a Lexington Ma>>
EDITH KECK DOUOHFRTY. helmed wile
of Charles O Doueheity. Notice of iu
neral hereafter
DENHAM. GEORGE A. Suddenly, on
Monday October iv 1937. at his resi
dence 531 Ingraham st. n.w GEORGE
A DUNHAM, beloved husband o! Ruth
P Dunham Remains resting at ’hr W
W Chambers Co funeral home I4«*ti Cha
pin st n.w. Notice of funeral later
FAHNESTOCK. CAROLYN <\n\\!)F\
ANDRFWS Suddenlv on Monda* October
1K. 1937. in Washington in her 7Oth '-par.
CAROLYN SNOWDEN ANDFEWS FAHNE
STOCK- widen of the late Gibson Fahne
stock. Funeral services Wednesday-, Oc
tober 20. at 3 p.m . at the Washme’on
Carhedrsi Interment Woodlawn Cem
eterv. New York Citv.
FREEMAN. ANNIE. On Sunday ©em
ber IT 193 7. at the residence of her
daughter. Mrs William McKay. 432 Ken
yon st. n.w ANNIE FREEMAN, formerly
of Rie=.s Mill Md. the beloved wife of the
lat® Henry Theodore Freeman. Funeral
from hpr late residence on Wednesday. Oc
tober 29 ar 2:39 p.m Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Rock Creek
Cemetery. If*
GASSER. BARBARA G. Suddenlv on
Mondav October is. 1937 a* Children's
Hospital. BARBARA G GASSER the be
loved da ugh’or of Mr and Mrs. Earnest
E. Gasser Funeral from the W. W. Cham
bers Co. funeral home 1499 chapm st.
n w.. on Wednesday October *.’9, at 3 p.m.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
private.
GILLISPIE. FRANKLIN. On Sunday
October 17. 1937 at his residence. 1732
12th st n.w . FRANKLIN GILLISPIE de
voted husband of Virginia Gillispie father
of Mrs. Elizabeth Lcwi^ of New York,
brother of Mrs Laura While. Mrs Sarah
Clements and Charles Gillispie of Danville.
Va. He also leaves other relatives and
many friends Remains resting at the
John T. Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd and
Eye sts * w. Funeral on Wednesday. Oc
tober 20. at 8 p.m from Morning Star
Elks’ Home 15th and Que sts. n.w. In
terment Danville. Va. 20
GILLISPIE. FRANKLIN. The officers
and members of Morning Star Lodge.
No 40 I. B. P O. E. of W are hereby
notified to attend a cession of sorrow
Tuesday. October if. 1937. at 8 p.m., at
the Home. 15th and Que sts. n.w . ro ar
range for the funeral of our la’e brn'her.
FRANKLIN GILLISPIE Funeral Wednes
day October 29. at s p m . from the Elks
Home. 15th and Q sis n.w.
WILLIAM B. HARRIS E. R.
JOHN W. JAMFER. Secretary.
GRAMMS. ELSE F. On Monday Octo- ;
ber 18. 1937. a' Homeopathic Hospital
ELSE F. GRAMMS wile of Willie Paul !
Gramms and mother of Mrs. Shirley Grif- i
fith and Horst Gramms. Services at Gaw- j
ler's chapel. 1758 Pa ave. n.w.. on Wed
nesday. October 20. at 3 p.m. Interment [
Rock Creek Cemetery.
GREEN, JOHN A. Departed this life
Saturday. October Id. 1937 a: his resi
dence. 1720 2nd st. n.w.. JOHN A. GREEN
devoted son of George and the late Lear
Green. He also leaves to mourn their loss ■
a loving wife. Florence Green, and many j
other relatives and friends. Remains rest
lng at the Malvan Schey funeral home.
New Jersey ave. and R st.. until Tuesday, j
October 19, a* 12 noon, thence to his late I
residence. Funeral Wednesday. October
20. at 3 pm at above-named residence.
Relatives and friends invited. Rev Brooks '
officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. j;i ,
GREEN WALD. WILLIAM R. On Sunday, j
October I.. 193,. at his residence 5330
Broad Branch road n.w . WILLIAM R. i
GREEN WALD beloved husband of Helen E '
Greenwald and father of Kathleen M . Wil
ham R Greenwald. ji\. and brother of
Mrs Mary Lei be]. Funeral from his late
residence on Wednesday. October *.’9. ar
3:30 a m. Requiem mass at the Shrine
or the Blessed Sacrament at 9 a m. Rel- j
at.lves and friends invited to attend. Jn- i
terment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. ] 9
GKEENWA I'D, WILLIAM R The
members of Washington !
Council. No. 224 Knights of i
Columbus, are advised of the |
► death on Sunday. October IT. I
i • IM47. at. his residence. 5340
Broad Branch road n w of
Brother WILLIAM R GREEN
WALD and are requested to 1
attend hi« funeral services, at. Blessed
Sacrament Church on Wednesday. Oc
tober 20. at 0 a.m. The members will ,
meet at his late residence on Tuesday.
October IP. at. 8 nrn.. for recitation of !
pravers for th*> deceased.
CARMINE GARAFALO. Grand Knight.
DR. A. D. WILKINSON. F. S. 19
GREENWALD. *IR NOBLE WILLIAM R j
Died Sunday October 17. 1947. Sir ;
Nobles of Alcantara Caravan No.
112, Order of Alhambra are re- !
Iquested to assemble at his late resi
dence 5440 Broad Branch road i
n.w , Tupsday. October 19. at 8 o.m.
JOHN O. ALLEN. Grand Commander.
FRANCIS A. McCANN. Grand Scribe. * !
HARDMAN. WILLIAM T. Departed this i
iife on Monday. October IS 1947, WIL
LIAM T. HARDMAN ol 4914 C st. s.e. He j
Is survived by a devoted wife. Irene Hard- j
man; four daughters. Hazel. Imogene. Au
drey Ann and Juanita Hardman: four sons.
William. Emerson. Romain and Marshall
Hardman. He is also survived bv three :
brothers, other relatives and friends. Re- j
mains resting a» the Malvan Sehey
Deanwood funeral home 4445 Dean ave.
n.e. Notice of funeral to be announced
later
HARRISON, FRANK. Departed this life
on Saturday. October 1H. 1947. at Gal
linter Hospital. FRANK HARRISON,
brother of Susie Robinson and Basil Har
rison. He also leaves to mourn their loss
a devoted friend. Zulome Moore, and sev
eral other relatives and friends. Remains
resMng at Eugene Fords funeral home.
1300 South Capitol st.. where funeral
services will be held Wednesday. October
20 it 1 40 p m.. Rev. Herbert officiating.
Interment Rosemont Cemetery.
HESS. ELLA. On Sunday. October 17.
1937. at her daughter’s residence. 525 F
at. n.e.. FLLA HESS, beloved mother of
Blanche M. Foreman. Funeral from the
Wm. H Sardo Co funeral chapel. 412 H st.
n.e . on Wednesday. October 29 at 8 40
0 m Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Philadelphia. Pa. 19
HIGBEE. GEORGE W. On Monday Oc
tober J 8. 1947. at his residence Oxon
Hill. Md . GEORGE W HIGBEF. beloved
father of Georce W. Higher. Mrs. Thelma
May Johnson and Mrs. Alice L Richmond.
Funeral services at the W. W. Chambers
Co. Southeast funeral home. 517 11th st.
ye., on Wednesday. October 20, at 2 pm.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery.
HILLS. DR. GARNET LAMBORN. On
Monday. October 18. 1947, at the John
Dickson Home. 59<»o 14th st. n.w DR.
GARNET LAMBORN HILLS. Services at
the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901
14th at. n.w.. Thursday. October 21. at
2:30 p m. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery.
Relatives and friends invited. 20
HOLT. ERNEST A. On Saturday. Oc
tober 16. 1947. after a brief illness.
ERNEST A. HOLT of 1523 S st. n.w. Re
mains may be viewed at the McGuire fu
neral home. 1820 9th st. n.w., after 6
pm. Monday. 19
FUNERAL DIRECTORS._
Frank Geier’s Sons Co.
1113 Seventh St. N.W N.tinnel 2471
Modern Che Del Tel. nSlIOnai «/J
V. L. SPEARE CO.
Neither the successor to nor connected with
the original W. R Speare establishment.
National" 28M 1009 H St. N.W.
i. William Lee’s Sons Co..
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Crematorium
tth and Mast. Ave. N.E._Lincoln 8200
Joseph F. Birch’s Sons
(A. L. HAYCOCK. Managerl
EffiJn&S 2812 3034 M St. N-W.
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3rall|fi.
JOHNSON. MITCHELL. Departed this
life on Monday. October IS. iJb’G?. «t his
residence. 4 1^ V st. n.w.. MITCHELL
JOHNSON He leaves to mourn their loss
1 a devoted wife. Harriet Johnson one
sister. Mrs. Elizabeth Washington; one
brother. Louis Johnson; other relatives
and friends. Remains resting at the
Malvan & Schey funeral home. New Jersey
ave. and R st. n.w. Funeral Friday. Octo
ber 22. at 1 n.ni. from the above named
chapei. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
JONES, ELLA 31. On Sunday Oc'ober
17 1SK17. at Garfield Hospital* ELLA M.
J ONES of M:u Columbia road n.w., wife
of the late Frank G. Jones and beloved
mother of Mrs Mabel A. Comstock. Serv
ices at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home.
2!ml 14ih st. n.w.. on Tuesday. October
li»- at :i p.m. Relatives and friends in
vited. Interment Glenwood Cemetery.
Me KINNEY. l EWIs R. On Monday. Oc
tober is. 1!»;17. at his residence Ills La
mont st. n.w.. LEWIS B McKINNE i\ hr
loved husband of Blanche E. McKinney
and devoted lather of Dr. Rostov L. Mc
Kinney. Dr. Samuel C. McKinney. Thornton
S and Delplna A McKinney and Mrs Nel
lie Warrington. Mrs. Elaine LaGranec and
Mrs. Marjorie Luke Remains resting at
the McGuire funeral home JS20 S»th st.
n.w Funeral from Asbury A. M E.
Church. IIth and K sts n.w. on Thurs
day October 21, at 2 pm. Relatives and
iriends invited. Interment Lincoln -Me
morial Cemetery. 2o
PENDLETON. HATTIE. On Tuesday.
October 15b HKJ7. at her residence ib'in
Columbia pike Arlington. Va . HATTIE
PENDLETON, loving wile ol Jaine.> Pendle
ton. devoted mother of Mrs Lizzie Broad
hurst. Mrs. Essie Nickens. Katherine and
Robert Pendleton. She also leaves nve
brothers, two sisters and otner relatives
and friends. Remains resting at the John
T Rhmes funeral chapel. ;;rd and Eye
sts. s.w. Notice of funeral later.
PLTRILLO, JOHN. On Sunday. October
I. !!»:{,. JOHN PETRILLO the beloved
brother of Dommic. Sam. Nicholas and
Tony Petnllo and Mrs. Katie Peirillo. Mr,.
Lena Sesso and Mrs. Mary Sesso Funeral
lrom 2Hi G st. n.e.. on Wednesday. Octo
ber 2o a* *v:u» a m.; thence to the Holy
Rosary Catholic Church, where mass will
be offered at ;• a m., for the repose of his
roul Relatives and friends invited In
terment St Mary's Cemetery. Services bv
the W. W. Chambers Co. Southeast funeral
home.
POWELL. MARY. Departed this hie.
after a brief illness, on Monday. October
I lib'5 7. at s i;; p.m. at. Montgomery
| County General Hospital MARY POvsElL.
i devoted motner of Mrs. Neiiie Contee. Mr.,.
Marie Dixon. Guy and William <Ja(k» Lan
caster. Also surviving her are two motners,
baud Bowie and William Lancaster. 11
grandchildren, two great grandchildren and
a post ol other relatives ana inenas.
Notice of funeral later. *
KAM1AU., HARK\ DUDLEY. On Mon
da:' October J s. 103«, at nis residence,
1 •> 14 th M. n.w . Am. 4 HARRY DUD
LEY RANDALL, beloved husoand ol Ida
Randan Mice Bead', lather- ot Aricle ana
Harry Ranaali. Services at the S. 1-1.
HniCo Co tuneral nomr. MP«U I4tli st.
n.w. on Thursday. October Ml, at i pin.
Relatives ana lricnds invited. Interment
Rov.it. Creek Cemetery. mo
RLEI), CHARLES W. On Monday. Oc
tober is. IP.;., at his residence. su.» East
Canitoi st CHARLES \V. REED, oeloved '
nu.'barid ot Ague. A. Reed ana latiici ot
Cnanrs E Oeorce G. E Albert C. and
Mis. Emma R Palmer. Remains resting
a- ins la e residence on Tuesday. October
IP. inurmeni Newark. Del., on Wednes
day. Ociooer MO. at M p.m. 10
ROBINSON. LAI RLNC E L. On Sundav.
Octooer 17. IP.,,. at i reedmer, y Hospital.
LAURENCE L RUBi\oON. loving htisoanri
oi ine^i Robinson, aevotea latner oi Ro-a
Rob*n»on. son ol Mrs. Virginia Room.-on. j
He atso leaves one sister, airs. Myrae !
Small one brother. James V. Robm-on. |
other relatives ana iriena-.. Remains rest- l
mg a? the John 'i. Rhines funeral chapel
■ rd and Eve sts. s.w. Notice ol lun^ral
later. mo
ROGERS. JOHN NORMAN. On Mon
day October is. 1037. at his residence.
4 5 j 7 Rock Creek Church roaa nr. joHN
NORMAN ROGERS beloved husband of
Elia May Rogers and lather of Mr*. Janie
F Groff. Fraiih. V. Roger.-. Allen J. Rogers.
Mrs. Henrietta R. Nutt and Mrs. Frank M.
Bertll. Services at his late residence. 4517
Rock Creek Church roaa n.e. Wedne.-day,
October ‘Mu. at M p.m. Interment Glen
wood Cemetery. Relatives and friends in
vited.
SEAGRLN, RKOR ALFRED. Suddenly,
on Sunday. October 17 103 7. a HUT
North Capitol si.. BROR ALFRED SEA
GREN. Funerai from the W W Cham
bers Co. Southeast funeral homp. 517 ijth
st. s.e.. on Wednesday. October ‘Mu. at I l
a m. Relatives and lriends invited. In
terment Gienwood Cemetery.
SMITH. DR. W I.. On Sunday. October
17. 1P37. at Galiinter Hospital. DR. W L.
SMITH. lM'ii Pth n.w. beiovrd brotner
of Mrs Saiiy Murphy ol Halisboro. N. C.
Mr. Edward Smith Jacksonville. Fia and
Mr. Oliver Smith of New York City. N. Y
He also leaves to mourn their ios a host
ot other relatives and friend- Remains
resMnu at Bentley w Malloy tuneral liomp,
1’Mth st. and Fioriaa -ave. n.w. Funeral
services Thursday. October 'Ml, at Bentley
& Malloy chapel at s.3n a m . thence to
St Augustine s Church, where mass will be
offered at P a.m. for repose o: his soul.
Interment. Mount Olivet Cemetery. MO
SULLIVAN. MARY R On Monday. Oc
tober is. 1037. a1 her residence. 5e‘> 1‘Mth
st n.w . MARY R. SULLIVAN. mother of
Mrs. Joseph Stecklme. Funeral services
at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. MPtU
14th st. n.w.. Thursday. October Ml. at in
a m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. MO
TAYLOR. BESSIE R MALIM. Depart- 1
ed this life on Saturday October in. j
1037. at P 55 p.m . at. her residence 1115 ‘
3rd st. n.w . BESSIE R MALIM TAYLOR,
devoted wife of Samuel Taylor. She :
also leaves a loving mother. Mrs. Sarah
Malim tv»o sisters. Mrs Margie Daven
fort and Mrs. Blanche M. Mudd. a host i
of other relatives and friends. Remains
resting at William T. and Ruth B. Tol- j
bert’s funeral home. 1308 nth st. n.w. |
Funeral Wednesday. October ‘JO- at j p.m.. 1
from Third Baptist Church, corner 5th i
and Quo sts. n.w., Rev. G. O. Bullock of
ficiating. JO*
TAYLOR. BESSIE R. The officers and
members of Naomi -Chapter. No. P. O. E.
S., are hereby notified to attend the fu- |
neral of the secretary. Past Matron BES- :
SIE R. TAYLOR, on Wednesday. October !
"Mn. 1037. at i p.m . Horn Third Baptist
Church, corner of 5th and Que sts. n.w.
LAURA THORNLEY Worthy Matron.
FREDERIC W. ALSTON. Worthy Pa-tron.
TAYLOR. BESSIE. Officers and mem
bers of Columbia Temple No. 4MW I. B.
P. O. E. of W. are notified of the death
of Daughter BESSIE TAYLOR Session
of sorrow Tuesday. October IP. 1037.
at 8:30 pin. Funeral Wednesday. Oc
tober MO. at 1 p.m.. from Third Baptist
Church. 5th and Que sts. n.w.
ELEANOR WALKER. Daughter Ruler.
GEORGIAN A HENRY, Financial Sec.
TYLER. LILLIAN. On Monday. October
IK. j «*;;■;. a: her residence. Ikij s st. n.w.
ant 20J. after a brief illness. LILLIAN
TYLER, devoted wife of Crameuel Tyler,
sister of Mrs. Emma Lee of Pittsburgh.
Dai'y Jenkins of New York Mrs. Carrie
Neal and Trennis Easley Samuel and Wil
liam Edmondson of Washineton. D. C.
Many other relative- and friends survive.
Remains resting at Frazier’s funeral home.
3KD R. I. ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later.
20
WALKER. CLARENCE El GENE. On
Monday October IK. ID::?, a; <> pm. at
his residence. 7 00 South Wakefield st .
Arlington. Va . CLARENCE EUGENE
WALKER beloved husband of Rena Vir
ginia Walker and father of Mrs. Julia M.
Fugitt and Marian F. Tillman. Remains
resting at the funeral home of Geo. W.
Wise Co.. 2000 M st. n.w. Notice of
funeral later.
WATSON. ADMIRAL DEWEY. On Mon
day. October IK. 1037. ADMIRAL DEWEY
WATSON, beloved son of Delight Watson,
brother of Frank. Alfred. Robert C and
Joseph H Watson, jr. Remains resting at
the W W. Chambers Co. Southaast fu
neral home. 517 Jlth st. s e.. until Tues
day. October 10. Interment Henderson.
N. C.
WINGATE, ARCHIE. Suddenly, on Mon
day. October IK. 1 ARCHIE WINGATE,
husband of Mary Wineate. uncle of Dorea
thea Williamson of Charlotte. N. C Re
mains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis fu
neral church 1432 You st. n.w. Notice
of funeral later.
lit iHrmoriant.
GARRICK. LORENZO LAWRENCE. In
sad nut loving remembrance of our dear
son and brother. LORENZO LAWRENCE
CARRICK. who nassed away from us six
years ago today. October 19. 1931.
October the 19th once more is here.
To us the saddest day of the year,
Because six years ago today
Our loving son passed away.
God takes the loved ones from our homes.
But never from our hearts.
In life we loved you dearly, son. ,
In death we do the same.
Loving and kind in all your ways.
Upright and lust to the end of your days;
Sincere and kind in heart and mind.
What a beautiful memory you left behind.
HIS LOVING MOTHER, FATHFR AND
BROTHERS. •
JOHNSON. ELEEN G. In sad but lov
ing remembrance of our dear wife,
mother and sister. ELLEN G. JOHNSON,
who departed this life three years ago. Oc
tober 19. 1934.
We miss that light and ever will.
Your vacant place there's none to fill.
Down here we mourn, but not in vain,
Up in heaven we will meet you again.
A LOVING HUSBAND DEVOTED SON
AND DAUGHTER. WILLIAM JOHNSON.
THEOPHILUS JOHNSON. MRS. FRANCES
GREENE THREE SISTERS AND
BROTHER. •
JONES. MARY E. In memory of my
dear mother. MARY E JONES, who de
parted this life one year ago today, Oc
tober 19. 1936.
To a far distant land she was taken away.
Past the shadows of night to a glorious
day;
And this Is my comfort, through grief
hard to bear
That far country is ‘‘home” and she waits
for me there.
SON. CLIFFORD. *
JONES. MARY ESTHER. In loving re
membrance of our dear mother. MARY
ESTHER JONES, who departed this life
one year ago today. October 19. 1936,
Go not far into the land of light.
Wait awhile at the beautiful gate.
Lest we miss you from our sight—
Wait for us. mother, wait.
LOVING DAUGHTERS. *
MART/. WILLIAM R. In loving re
membrance of our husband and father.
WILLIAM R, MARTZ. who passed awa.»
two years ago today. October 19. 1935.
Remembrance Is a golden chain
Death tries to break but all in vain:
To have to love and then to part.
U the .
FREE PRESS VALUE
TO PUBLIC CITED
Ohio Editor Urges Education
Campaign to Correct
Misconceptions.
By the Associated Press.
URBANA. 111.. October 19.—Grove
Patterson, president of the American
Society of Newspaper Editors, urged
yesterday "a campaign of education
through which the average American
citizen can be convinced that this
freedom of the press, of which he
hears so much, is not a meal ticket
for editors, but life itself for him and
this Nation.”
“The particular glory of a free
press,” he said, “is that it gives a
medium of expression to those not at
the moment in power. * * * It is the
keystone of that arch which holds up
the bridge, across which the nations
of this earth, if there is to be such a
thing as human progress, must one
day march.”
Patterson, editor of the Toledo
(Ohioi Blade, made the proposal in
an address prepared for delivery as a
Don Mellett memorial lecture at the
University of Illinois. It was the sev
enth of the lectures established to per
petuate the memory of the Canton,
Ohio, editor who was assassinated in
1926 assertedly because of his cam
paign against vice, corruption and
lawlessness.
i nu \ imi i-'iiui ocuu
The "campaign of education.” Pat
terson said, was prompted by two ob
servations:
"First—that the average citizen
thinks many newspapers do not treat
him well. Second—that the average
citizen thinks that freedom of the
press is merely a privilege editors seek
for thfir own profitable enjoyment.
"The institutions of democracy rest
on a system which opens and keeps
open a channel for human expression,
a channel through which flows from
the center of Government the stream
of information which makes it pos- j
sible for democratic organization to 1
function over the far-flung territory
of a nation, * * *
”1 fear Mr. Average Citizen thinks
of the right of freedom of the press
as a right that journalists are for
ever worrying about and of which,
In his opinion, they already have
too much.”
Suggests Research Campaign.
Patterson suggested that a proposed
research foundation for journalism,
bearing the name of Walter Williams,
conduct the campaign of education.
The speaker deplored the "exceed
ingly voluble minority” of journalists
who "conceive the function of journal
ism principally to be the production
of a quick-lunch information service
with swing music and Swiss bellring
ers on the side.” He said the body
of public opinion would take "too
large a part of its tone from * * *
this loud minority.'*
BUS DRIVER CLEARED
IN DEATHS OF FOUR
Acquitted of Manslaughter
Charge in Maryland Crash
Fatal to Washingtonians.
By the Associated Press.
TOWSON. Md„ October 19 — Judge
C. Gus Grason yesterday acquitted a
bus driver charged with manslaughter
in the death of four Washington resi
dents. holding that the State had not
shown the driver was negligent.
Marcus Dixon was indicted after
Elmer D. Hays, sr., his wife, Isable:
his son, Elmer, jr., and James R.
Leech were killed near here in an
auto accident in September.
Judge Grason said the evidence
showed that Dixon's bus was not
speeding and that he turned into the
path of Hays’ car when two other
machines stopped in front of the bus.
All the dead were riding in Hays’ car.
Benjamin W. Smith of Perry Hall
testified the Hays car was running
about 45 miles per hour a few seconds
before the crash.
Services to Be Conducted
in Groat Choir of Wash
ington Cathedral.
Funeral services for Mrs. Carolyn
Snowden Andrews Fahnestock. 7ft,
who died yesterday at the Sulgrave
Club, 1801 Massachusetts avenue, will
be held at 3 p.ni. tomorrow in the
Great Choir of the Washington Ca
thedral. Rev. Dr. Oliver J. Hart,
rector of St. John's Episcopal Church,
Sixteenth and H streets, will officiate,
assisted by Right Rev. James E. Free
man, Bishop of Washington.
The Cathedral choir of men and
boys will sing. Follow ing the services,
the body will rest overnight in the
Chapel of the Holy Spirit, the altar
of which was given by Mrs. Fahne
stock in memory of her mother. The
body will be taken Thursday morning
to New York for burial in Woodlawn
Cemetery.
Mrs. Fahnestock, the widow of Gib
son Fahnestock, New York and Wash
ington financier, was prominent in
social circles. She had been active in
many philanthropic and patriotic en
terprises. At the time of her death
she was vice president of the Home
for Incurables, a member of the Na
tional Committee of the Washington
Cathedral and the Washington Com
mittee of the National Cathedral As
sociation. She also was a member of
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Sixteenth
and H streets.
During the World War Mrs. Fahne
stock was in Red Cross work and was
a founder of the Woman's Naval Serv
ice and the latter organization's Na
tional Service School for Women.
Mrs. Fahnestock had been stopping
temporarily at the Sulgrave Club,
after returning here from Newport,
R. I., and had planned soon to open
her home at 2311 Massachusetts ave
nue for the season.
TRUSTEE APPOINTMENT
IS ASKED BY PUTNAM
Br the Associated Press.
LOS ANGELES, October 19.—
George Palmer Putnam filed a peti
tion in Superior Court yesterday ask
ing that he be named trustee of the
estate of his wife, Amelia Earhart,
who disappeared on an around-the
world flight last Summer.
Putnam said his wife possessed
about $25,000 in personal property,
some securities and an undetermined
amount of real estate.
Others having interest in the es
tate, Putnam said, were Mrs. Muriel
Morrissey, Medford, Mass . a sister of
the flyer, and Mrs. Amy Otis Earhart,
North Hollywood. Calif., her mother.
STEVENS’ RECORD
FLIGHT MEASURED
1935 Stratosphere Balloon Soared
72,183 Feet, Calculations
Reveal.
E> the Associated Press.
SYRACUSE, N. Y., October 19 —
Capt. Albert Stevens set a world alti
tude record of 72,183 feet in his 1935
stratosphere flight, according to offi
cial calculations of Prof. Earl Church,
just completed at the College of Ap
plied Science, Syracuse University,
Prof. Church announced yesterday.
The calculations, based on meas
urements of aerial photographs, were
made at the request of the United
States Bureau of Standards in co
operation with the United States Geo
logical Survey, which did the field
work in Nebraska, scene of the flight
of the stratosphere balloon Explorer II
in which the record was established.
The flight was sponsored by the United
States Army and the American Geo
graphic Society.
The study, Prof. Church said, was
made to check records of the baro
graph and the tilt indicator of the
aerial camera. Two photographs were
measured as a basis for calculations
to show the exact altitude of the
camera at the time of exposure.
KIWANIS CONVENTION
WILL ELECT TODAY
Capital District Meeting at Staun
ton Hears Address by
President of W. & L.
By the Associated Press.
STAUNTON, Va., October 19 —
Delegates to the nineteenth annual
convention of the capital districts of
Kiwanis International prepared to
elect officers as the meeting neared its
close today.
More than 500 persons attended
a banquet and dance last night.
Principal speaker at the banquet was
James E. Gheen of New York. Dr. L.
Wilson Jarman, president of Mary
Baldwin College, was toastmaster.
Earlier the delegates heard C. Har
old Hippeler of Eustis, Fla., a vice
president of Kiwanis International,
urge an edaquate system of defense
tor the United States, that "Ism be
minimized" and that the country be
juided by "rationalism."
The Kiwanians were challenged by
Dr. Francis P. Gaines, president of
Washington and Lee University, to use
every influence to aid the world in
realizing the ideal of "peace on earth,
good will toward men.”
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I DIDN'T KNOW THAT
ABOUT ALUMINUM
The chunk of aluminum pictured is exactly the size of
a pound of iron. It's worth 7 cents. Fifty years ago, it
would have cost $2.66. (You know of course that
j aluminum weighs only a third as much as iron.)
Aluminum sold for 8 dollars a pound fifty years ago,
and wasn't of much use to anyone — just a novelty.
| It sells in bulk for 20 cents a pound today, and is
useful to everyone.
Considering the thousand ways in which aluminum,
bought from foreign and domestic sources, is used
by scores of manufacturers in the United States,
you'd think others here besides ourselves would
reduce it from its ores. There is a plentiful supply of
ore, and the process is well known and available to all.
Others seemingly are unwilling to risk the invest
ment necessary to produce raw aluminum in this
country to sell for 20 cents a pound.
Because of the extreme difficulty and costliness of
getting aluminum out of its ores, 20-cent aluminum is j
surprisingly cheap aluminum.
Naturally, we want aluminum to be as cheap
as it possibly can be, in order that the use of it will
increase. !
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