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'a CUNNINGHAM. JULIA E. We »lth to •rknowledae with uncerr thanks the kind »nd comlortlna expressions of sympathy '-»nd the beautiful floral tributes of our many friends and relatives at the d*ath «f our beloved mother. JULIA E CUN NINGHAM. THE FAMILY. • ANDERSON, JOSEPHINE JACKSON. Departed this life on Tuesday. November 30. 1937. at Gallinger Hospital. JOSE PHINE JACKSON ANDERSON, loving wife ©f Augustus Anderson and devoted mother of John. Susie and Samuel Jackson. She also leaves to mourn her departure one aister and other relatives and friends. Re mains resting at the John T. Rhines fu neral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. Notice of funeral later. BOUSUAREX. KATHERINE VIOLET. On JPedner day December 1 1937 at her resi ence. 1324 Monroe st. n KATHERINE VIOLET BOUSCAREN (nee Mankint. be loved wife of Louis G. Bauscaren. and mother of Henry L. and Nancy M. Bous rareu. Funeral from her late residence ©n Saturday. December 4 at 8:30 a.m.: thenCe to the Shrine of the Sacred Heart. 10th and Park rd. n.w. where mass whl “be offered at 9 a m for the repose of her eoul. Relatives and friends invited. In terment Congressional Cemetery. BROWNING. ELLA MADDOX. On Wed nesday, December 1 1937. at the residence of her daughter. 2819 38th st. n.w.. ELLA MADDOX BROWNING. In the 87th year of her age. beloved srtfc of the late Theo dore F. Browning and mother of Mrs. Harry H. Wilhoit and Perry W Browning. Funeral from the above residence on Sat urday. December 4 at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Fort Lin coln Cemetery. 3* CHAPPLE. JENNIE H. On Wednesday. December l. 1937 JENNTE H. CHAPPLE! beloved aunt of W. F. Hickey. Remains resting at Hysong s funeral parlors. 1300 N st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. CLEMENT. SADIE E. On Wednesday. December 1. 1937. SADIE F CLEMENT, nee Warren, beloved wife of the late War ren A Clement and mother of John. Lit- i cille and G F. Clement. Funeral from the Timothy Hanlon funeral parlors. U41 H st n.e on Friday. December 3 at 2:30 pm. Relatives and friends invited. In terment Rock Creek Cemetery. 2 COLLl’M. RICHARD MERVIX. On Thursday December 2. 1937. at his resi dence. 139 North Fairfax st.. RICHARD MERVIN COLLUM beloved husband of Matilda Collum and father of Mrs. J. E. Einbindcr Mrs. A Ft. Fair and Mrs. Leon .Brawrier. Richard S and Charles K both ©f Alexandria. Remains resting at De ni ames funeral home until 9 a.m. Satur day. December 1 thence to St. Marv’s Church. Alexandria. Va„ where mass will be said at 9 30 a.m. Interment St. Mary’s Cemetery. Alexandria. Va. DELMUGE, EMMA T. On Tuesday. No- j vember 30, 1937. EMMA T. DELMUGE. .the beloved mother of Mrs. Elizabeth Frazee and Elsie Delmuge. Funeral from her late residence. 7 19 13th st. s.e.. on Friday, December 3. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Congres sional Cemetery. Services by W W. Chambers Co. Southeast funeral home. 2 DUVALL, ANDREW SIMMONS. On Wed nesday. December 1. 1937. at the residence of his sister. Mrs. Anna Brooks. 401 Ana .costia rd -s.e.. ANDREW SIMMONS DU VALL. Funeral services at the above resi dence on Saturday. December 4. at 3 P m. Relatives and friends invited. In terment Cedar Hill Cemetery Services by the W. W. Chambers Co. Southeast funeral home. 3 DUVALL, ANDREW S. A special t'om .mumcation of Hope Lodge. No. 20. F. A. A M . is hereby called for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother. ANDREW S. DUVALL, on Saturday. De cember 4 19.37 at 2 o'clock p.m. RICHARD L. MERRICK. Master. Attest: PAUL B. ELCAX. Secretary. HANDIBOE. EDWARD S. Suddenly, on Wednesday. December 1. 1937. a: his resi dence. 7 23 Pit tollhouse st. n.w.. EDWARD S HANDIBOE the beloved husband of Npllie C. Handiboe and father of Mrs Ber nadine Handiboe Haven v and Miss Kath erine Handiboe Funeral services will bp held at the W \V Chambers Co funeral home 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. on Saturday. December 4 at 8:3<» a.m.: thence ’o the Church of the Nativity, noon Georgia ave. n.w . where requiem mass wifi oe offered at 9 a m.. for the repose of his soul. Rela tives and friends arc invited Interment Moum Olivet Cemetery. Columbus. Ohio, papers please copy 3 HANDIBOE. EDWARD S. On Wednesday. December l. J 937. Members of the Cor coran Cadet Corps Veterans’ Association -are notified of the death of Comrade ED WARD S HANDIBOE % t A T /■’TT41-.T t'O X "X __ J n.. - HANDIBOL. EDWARD S. On Wedne, - day December 1 1937. EDWARD VEtv S HANDIBOE Sir Nobles of Al My4'cantara Caravan. No. 12. Order of Alhambra will assemble on ^jUjW Friday evening at 8 o'clock, at "r Chambers’ funeral parlor. 14th -and Chapin st. n.w. JOHN J. CARMODY. OrAnd Commander: FRANCIS A. McCANN. -Grand Scribe. 3* HANDIBOE. EDWARD S. Members of Washington Council. No. 224. , Knights of Columbus are . hereby notified of the death iof Brother EDWARD S. HAN jDIBOE and are requested to - meet for the recitation of prayers at 8 p.m. Friday. De - - cember 3 1937. at Chambers’ funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. and to attend mass at 9 a.m. Saturday. December 4. at the Church of the Nativity. CAR MINE GAROFALO. Grand Knight: Dr. A. D. WILKINSON, Financial Secretary. 3 HEWITT, R. HOLLIS. On Wednesday, December 1. 1937. at his residence. 4618 Kansas ave. n.w.. R. HOLLIS HEWITT beloved husband of Maude L. Hewitt and father of Mrs. Grace H Mobley. Services at the S H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Friday. December 3. at 3 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Ceme tery. HEWITT. R. HOLLIS. Members of < Harmony Lodge No. 9 I. O. O F.. J A are hereby notified of the death on i J Wednesday. December 1 1937. of W Brother R HOLLIS HEWITT Fu ll 1 nerai services on Friday December 3 \ j at 3 p.m.. at Hines' parlors. 2901 /•( 14th s*. n.w. Interment at Cedar | 1 Hill Cemetery. 1 J J A. KURZ Noble Grand. FREEDOM R. LEAMAN Rec. Sec. HOWARD. WILLIAM HENRY. On Wednesday. December 1. 1937. WILLIAM HENRY HOWARD beloved husband of the late Caroline CJrafT Howard. Funeral from the chapel of Frank Geiers Sons Co.. 1113 ?th st. n.w.. on Saturday. December 4 at 8:30 a.m Requiem mass at St. Joseph's Church, at 9 a m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Congressional Cemetery. 3 E* Suddenly, on Thursday. December 2. 1937. at Siblev Wosoital ANNIE E HUGGINS beloved Wife of the late John H. Huggins: sister of Arthur L. Reynolds of 301 Carroll ave.. a Hark. Md Funeral arrangements ,5* w. W. Chambers Co I40o Chapin st. r.w. Interment Saturday. December 4. at Havre de Grace. Md. 3 HENRY. Suddenly, on Wednesday. December l. 1937. at his resi j‘,th st n.w.. JOHN HENRY * JONES, beloved son ol Benjamin and Car rie Jones. He is also survived by eiRht uncles, a very dear friend. Mrs. Florence pulley, and other relatives and friends Remains resting at the Malvan & Sehey home. N. J ave and R st. n.w. Funeral Fridav. December 3. at 2 p.m.. from above funeral home. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Woodlawn Ceme tery. KONIGMACHER. JOSEPH On Tuesday. JOSEPH KONIG MACHER the beloved husband of Alice E Konigmacher and father of Paul J. and Martin Konigmacher. Mrs. Dorothy Bow man and Mrs Ruth Dunkinson. and broth er of Samuel M. Konigmacher of South ALra,ca ,2nd Mr?- Susan Rhine of Cleveland. Ohio. Funeral services at the W. W. Cham bers Co. funeral home. 1400 Chapin st ” n.w.. on Thursday. December 2. at 8 pm. Interment private. 4 LONG, MARTHA WEST. Suddenly, 'on £ Wednesday. December l. 1937. at. 701 amilton st. n.w.. MARTHA WEST LONG, ‘loved mother of Maynard Long Serv }}}? s Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Friday. December . «• -at ll a.m. Interment, private. Glen Wobd Cemetery. MADISON. CATHERINE. On Wednes day. December 1. 1937. at Gfcllinger Hos pital. CATHERINE MADISON, mother of Marguerite Gore and Augustus H. and Mary L. Madison. She also leaves three aunts. Frances Kenney. Nellie Smith and Bertha Bweeteney: one uncle. Albert Counter, and iother relatives and friends. Remains resi ns at Stewart’s funeral home, 30 H st n e notice of funeral later. o' ' MURRAY, JULIA A. On Wednesday. ' Cer.ember 1. I»:I7. JULIA A. MURRAY, ^•widow of William J. Murray and mother ©f Helen Murray Chamberlain. Funeral • from her late residence. 4928 3rd st. n w . ©n Friday. December 3. at 8:30 a.m.; thence to St Gabriels Church where *Tequiem mass will be said at 9 a.m Rela tives and friends invited. Interment . Mount Olivet Cemetery. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither the successor to nor connected with the original W. R. Speare establishment yatlona°n2893 1009 H St. N.W. J. William Lee’s Sons Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium 4th and Mass. Ave. N.R. Lincoln 6200 Joseph F. Birch’s Sons (A “- HAYCOCK Manager) i84i 3034 M St. N.W. Frank Geier’s Sons Co. 1113 Seventh St N.W N.finnal 7171 ftodern Chapel. Tel WSOOnRI FUNERAL DESIGNS. j GEO- c. SHAFFER EXPRESSIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES AT MODERATE PRICES PHONE NAT 010B Opw Evening ror 14th & Ev« Md Sundays v-or* v 'GUDE BROS. C<5! Flora* Piece, * 1212 F St. N.W._National 4278 WADE FLOWERS, INC. Bk7 14th St. N.W Republic 0827 CEMETERY LOTS. rfahJWrieRV~ LOT—SIX GRAVES. WASH ■fngton Memorial Park, Rlees rd. n.w. S20( Ara*h./ Adam* A825. w FINAL RITES HELD FOR W. J. DWYER Services for Veteran Newspaper Man and Ball Club Official Conducted. Funeral services for William J. Dwyer 72. veteran newspaper man, former publisher and one-time man ager of the Washington Baseball Club, who died Tuesday in Providence Hos pital. were held at 9 a.m. today in St. Peter’s Church, when requiem high mass was celebrated. The Right Rev. Msgr. Eugene J. Connolly offi ciated Burial was to be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mr. Dwyer had been in failing health for the last year, but had been seri ously ill only a short time. He came to Washington from New York when a child and was educated at St. John’s College here. Later he entered the newspaper field, serving with the Associated Press, the United Press and as a correspondent for the New York Sun. Mr. Dwyer was co-founder of the Washington Bulletin in 1894 and re mained as its publisher until 1917, when he went to Philadelphia to en gage in publishing work. For a number of years he managed the Columbia Theater here. After his appointment as treasurer- , manager of the Washington ball club j Mr. Dwyer in 1903 was instrumental in having the stands of the park re turned from Fifteenth and H streets N.E. to the present location at Seventh street and Florida avenue N.W. BratljH. O’CONNOR. HELEN MARIE. On Wednes day. December 1. 1937. HELEN MARIE O CONNOR of 2818 39th st. n.w.. the belo\ed daughter of Thomas F and the late Ellie O'Connor, sister of Steve. Gene vieve. Emmett and Thomas O’Connor. Mrs. Aloysius McGowan. Mrs. Warren Norris and Mrs. Edwin Van Meter. Funeral will be held from her late residence on Satur day. December 4 at 9 a.m. Requiem mass at St. Ann's Church at 9:30 a.m. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited to attend. 3 PELOUZE. MARGARETTA DAVIS. On Tuesday. November 30. 193L at the Baptist Home- 3248 N st. n.w MARGARETTA DAVIS PELOUZE wife of the late Frank H. Pelouzp Services at the S. H Hines j Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w,. on . Friday. December 3. at 2 p.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 2 PERRONE, DOMENICA. Suddenly, on Tuesday. November 30. 1937. at Casualty Hospital DOMENICA PERRONE. beloved wife of Domenico Prrrone and mother of Anna and Raymond Perrone. Funeral from the Wm, H Sardo A: Co. funeral chapel 4 12 H st. n.e.. on Friday. December 3. at 8:30 a.m.: thence to Holy Rosaiv Church, where mass will be said at 9 a.m. Rela- j tlves and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 2 RICHARDS. MINNIE E. On Thursday. December 2. 1937. at Frovidence Hospital. MINNIE E. RICHARDS, wife of the late A. Webster Richards and beloved mother of Mrs. Elizabeth R. Moyer. Miss Virginia L Richards and Mrs. E Webster Rice. ! Remains resting at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Funeral from Fifth Baptist Church. l>th and E st. s.w on Saturday. December 4 at 2 p.m. Interment Congressional Cemetery. ROBERTS. ANNIE SUTHERLAND. On Thursday. December 2. 193,. at her resi dence. the Donald 1523 22nd st. n w.. ANN'.F SUTHERLAND ROBERTS, daugh ter ot the late Rev Edmund and Helen Lispenard Nicholson Roberts of Philadel phia Pa., and granddaughter of the late Marine Corps, of Washington. D. C. Services at her late residence on Saturday, December 4. at 9:3o am.: thence to St. Matthew's Church. Rhode Island ave. nr. Conn. ave. n.w,. where mass will be offered at ]o a.m Interment private. 3 ROSE. FRED J. On Thursday Decem ber 2. 1937. FRED J. ROSE aged 48. He is survived by his wife. Anna Louise Rose; three sons, two sisters and two brothers. Notice of funeral later. ROWEN, GERTRUDE E. On Wednesday. December 1. 193“. at her residence. 1324 Euclid st. n.w.. GERTRUDE E. ROWEN. sister of Irving R. Bell and Mrs Marian L. Young and niece of Frank J. Bell. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Saturday, December 4 at 2:30 p.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 4 ROY. SARA D. On Wednesday. Decem ber 1 1937, SARA D. ROY. age 44 years, the beloved wife of Frederick J. Roy and mother of Frederick J. Roy. jr.: Chester Roy and Betty Roy. Remains resting at her late residence. 3722 22nd st. n.e. Funeral services will be held at Sherwood Presbyterian Church. 22nd and Rhode Is land ave. n.e.. on Friday. December 3, at . 1 p.m Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. SHARP. WILLIAM BRADFORD. Jr. On Tuesday November ."*0. 1937. William BRADFORD SHARP Jr., son of the late William B and Daisy Y Sharp brother of Mrs. Evelyn Dorsey of 722 8th st. n.e. Funeral services at the W. W Chambers Co. Southeast funeral home- 517 11th st. s.e.. on Friday. December 3. sr 2 n.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. SWEENEY. H4RRY A. On Wednesday. December 1. 1937. HARRY A. SWEENEY husband of Catherine Sweeney and father of Lawrence. Ruth and Alton Sweeney. ! Funeral services at the W. W. Chambers Co. Southeast funeral home. 517 l 1th st. I s.e.. on Friday December 3. at 8:3u a.m.: I thence to St. Peter’s Catholic Church. 2nd | end C sts. s.e.. wnere mass will be offered at J) a.m. for the repose of his soul. Rela tives and friends invited Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 2 WATKINS. MARY E ME LINE. On Wed nesday. December 1. 1937. at Caldwell, 1 N. j.. at the home of her daughter. Mrs. R. S. Whittlesey <nee Watkins), MARY EMELINE WATKINS aged 78. wife of the late Dr. E. W Watkins. Funeral from the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Friday. December 3. at 1 p.m. Interment Falls Church Cemetery, Falls Church. Va. WEBER, ELEANOR C. On Wednesday. December 1. 1937. at her residence. 1120 Mont*»llo ave. n.e.. ELEANOR C. WEBER nee Cronin, the beloved wife of Philiip Weber and mother of Mrs. Rose C. Hard ing. Mrs. Mary E. Madigan. Phillip H.. jr.: Charles J.. Fred E. and John N. Weber. Funeral services at the above residence on Saturday. December 4. at 8:30 a.m.: thence to Holy Name Church, where mass will be offered at 9 a.m. for the repose of | her soul. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemeterv. Serv ices by the W. W. Chambers Co. Southeast funeral home. 3 WUESTHOFF. BERTHA. On Wednes day. December 1. 1937. at her residence. 1204 Euclid st. n.w.. BERTHA WUEST HOFF. sister of Frederick Wuesthoff Re mains resting at the S. H. Hines Co. fu neral home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. WYBLE. LLOYD E.. JR. On Thursday. December 2. 1937. at Providence Hospital. LLOYD E. WYBLE. Jr., of 1707 Taylor at. n.w. beloved son of Lloyd E. and Marie A. Wyble. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Sat urday. December 4. at 9:30 a.m.: thence to the Shrine of the Sacred Heart. 16th st. and Park rd. n.w.. where mass will be of fered at 10 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 3 Itt ilUmnriam. BARKER. MARGARET B. In loving re 2}?,£2,£Snc.? °i mi dear mother. MAR GARET B. BARKER, who passed into eternity thirty-one years ago. December 2. iyon. He Kiveth His beloved sleep. That sleep from which none ever wake to weep. HE* J?tAUGHTER- EVELYN BARKER SMITH. • BENEER, RAYMOND. In loving memo ny„v,'U„£ur l0D *nd brother. RAYMOND BENDER, who passed away three years ago today. December 2. 1934. Faithful and honest in all his ways. Devoted and true to the end of his days. He was loving gentle, patient and kind— What a beautiful memory he left behind. HIS DEVOTED FAMILY. EDMONSON. SUSIE H. In sad. but lov ing remembrance of our dear wife and mother. SUSIE H EDMONSON, who left us three years ago today. December 2. 1934. Gone, but not forgotten. HUSBAND AND CHILDREN. • KEMP, FRED. In sad. but loving re membrance of a dear father and brother, FRED KEMP, who was called so suddenly on December 2. 1931. Six years bave passed and still we miss you. Our home Is still sad without you; We loved you. but God loved you beat. FAMILY AND WIFE. L. F. K. THOMPSON. EDGAR EUGENE. In sad but loving remembrance ol my darling son. EDGAR EUGENE THOMPSON, who de parted this life one year ago today. De cember 2. 1936: age. IT. How I wish I could bid this weary world good-by. And be with you. Oennie Darling, you are not forgotten: As you sleep beneath the sod. In my memory you will live forever, For I loved you next to God. HIS LOVINC riOTHER. ELSIE N. THOMP SON. • THOMPSON. EDGAR EUGENE. In sat but loving remembrance of our brother EDGAR EUGENE THOMPSON, who de parted this life one year ago today, De cember 2. 1936. God alone knows how we miss our dar lins brother. Never shall your memory fade. Loving thoughts shall always wandei To the grave where you aro laid. HIS BROTHER AND 8I8TERE HELEN HAZEL LILLIAN AND BENJAMIN. < L Health Unit Head DR. PAUL M. PEARSON. Health (Continued From First Page.) Committee for Co-operative Medical Service for Federal Employes has stepped Into the turbulent situation here over medical practice. The com mittee some time ago came stoutly to the defense of G. H. A. in a letter sent to Dr. Thomas E. “Neill, president of the Medical Society of the District of Columbia. It did not indicate, how ever, at that time it was planning a clinic or association of its own. Group Health Association, accord ing to its charter, is set up on a broad basis, which eventually would enable it to take into membership Govern ment people in all departments or establishments in the District and vicinity. It now has about 1,000 mem bers. It is this possible scope of the organization which aroused the Bu reau of Legal Medicine and Legisla tion of the American Medical Asso ciation. In a special report the bureau pointed out the competition such an extensive clinic would raise against private practice. "The probable results on the medi cal profession of the successful opera tion in the District of Columbia and vicinity even of a single organization such as Group Health Association cannot be estimated.” declared the bureau. Pointing out that G. H. A. alone might conceivably draw into membership a total of 347,736 persons, out of a total population of 486.869, withdrawing them "from the ordinary practice of medicine." the bureau esti mates that the withdrawal of "even one-half that number of persons, all of whom are able to pay for medical services, will materially disturb med ical practice in the District of Colum bia and react against public interest." The report was approved by the Dis trict Medical Society, and sent to enforcement officials here. -% — ■ Farm (Continued From First Page.) world levels, resulting in a reduction in export outlets. He suggested that income received by cotton and wheat growers from crops sold at world prices be supple mented by subsidies raised by process ing taxes. Mr. Wallace estimated the program authorized by the Senate bill might entail Federal expenditures of from $100,000,000 to more than $500,000, 000 above the $500,000,000 now au thorized annually for the soil con servation program. As the House completed three days of general debate on its farm bill and the time arrived to discuss amend ments, these changes were proposed: By Representative Boileau, Progres sive, of Wisconsin, to prevent undue diversion of land to dairy feed crops; by Representative Coffee, Democrat, of i Nebraska, to substitute marketing quotas for compulsory control of com and wheat marketing; Representative I Lucas, Democrat, of Illinois, to lower the level of corn supplies at which marketing quotas would be imposed. : and by the committee, to make farmers’ referenda on compulsory control secret. Senator Vandenberg. Republican, of Michigan, said Secretary Wallace's letter on the Senate farm bill "has performed a public service by demon strating to every one that the bill is not workable.” "If the doctors can’t agree.” be said, “they ought to at least protect the patient until they can agree. “It is now perfectly obvious that the bill is a jigsaw puzzle that not even its own authors can put together." survey (Continued From First Page.) Department of Gallinger Hospital. The Public Health Service, Dr. Draper indicated, feels that this former survey had accomplished some good. The administrative studies now be ing made by the Bureau of the Budget into hospital conditions, it was said, would be helpful. Richard MacKenaie, New York hos pital consultant with the Budget Bu reau, is now making such a survey at Freedmen's Hospital on the request of Secretary of the Interior Ickes. He also has made an informal study of conditions at Gallinger Hospital. Dr. Draper said the Public Health Service no doubt would make use of these budget studies, as it wouldn't be necessary to duplicate work al ready done. If the Commissioners wish, the’ sur vey probably would make speciAc recommendations as to the financial needs of the health departments and hospitals generally to improve condi tions and facilities of medical service. Such recommendations naturally would have to be submitted to Con gress, but with the support of Public Health Service back of them, based on a close and disinterested report of conditions as they actually exist, it was believed Congress would pay heed to the situation. Fortunately, the Public Health serv ice has an ample staff of experts at hand to conduct any kind of a survey that Is required in Washington. Dur ing the past year, it was said, the city of Alexandria underwent a dose medical survey at the hands of the Virginia State Health Department. Frazier's —service, quality and reverence in conducting beautiful funerals un excelled anywhere. Complete la every detail Undertakers for col ored U. 8. War Veterans. Also for the C. C. C. Camp N. P. U, Company 1360. Washington. D. C. No Deterring Cate Turned Atony Parian and Chapelt free Call NOrth 7795-7796 389 R. I. Ave. N.W. I MRS. MARY WATKINS DIES IN NEW JERSEY Widow of Physician Formarly Well Known in Washington Succumbs at 78. Mrs. Mary Emeline Watkins, 78, widow of Dr. Edgar W. Watkins, well known physician here for many years, died yesterday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. R. S. Whittlesey, in Caldwell, N. J., according to word re ceived here. Funeral services are to be held at t p.m. tomorrow from the S. H. Hines funeral home, 2901 Fourteenth street. Burial will be in Falls Church Ceme tery, Falls Church, Va., where Mrs. Watkins resided many years. Mrs. Watkins had spent part of her time in Washington since her hus band's death in 1922, but for the last seven years she had been living in Caldwell. Dr. Watkins was one of the early res idents of the Columbia Heights sec tion. He was at one time chairman of the board of Emergency Hospital. Mrs. Watkins was born in Delhi, N. Y. Besides her daughter, Mrs. Watkins is survived by a son, Harry E. Wat kins of this city. TRUSTEES OF ALLIANCE FOR YOUTH TO MEET The national trustees of the Alli ance for Guidance of Rural Youth and the Washington branch will meet at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs. Eleanor Patterson, 15 Dupont Circle N.W. Speakers at this first meeting of the Washington branch will include Dr. O. Latham Hatcher, president of the Alliance, who will discuss the projected activities of the group: Dr. Mordecai Ezekiel, economic adviser to the Secretary of Agriculture, who will speak on problems in guidance of rural youth, and Adrian J. Dornbush, assistant director of the Resettlement Division of the Farm Security Admin istration. who will discuss rural arts in a guidance program. Mr. Dornbush will use for illustra tion some work done by youth in Breahitt County, Ky.. under the di rection of David Donoho. i———*i FUNERAL RITES TODAY FOR MARGARET A. EVANS Retired Government Worker Was 81 Tears Old—Came Here 60 Tears Ago. Funeral services will be held at 2 o’clock this afternoon for Mias Mar garet A. Evans, who died early yes terday at her home, 3318 Twentieth street N.E. Miss Evans, who was 81 years old, came to Washington 60 years ago from her home in Youngs •town, Ohio, to enter the Government service. She was retired eight years ago after 42 years as a proof reader at the Government Printing Office. Miss Evans is survived by two sis ters, Mrs. Martha J. Martin of Wash inton and Miss Jane Evans of Youngs town, and two nieces, Mrs. Herbert Street and Mrs. Roy McDowell, both of Washington. After funeral services at the home this afternoon the body will be taken to Youngstown for burial. •—■ ■■ 0 MRS. PATTERSON GUEST OF ADVERTISING CLUB Mrs. Eleanor Patterson, publisner of the Washington Herald and Times, was guest of honor of the Advertising Club of Washington yesterday at a luncheon in the Raleigh Hotel. Speakers included Commissioner Melvin C. Hazen. Wilmot R. Squier, president of the club; Charles B. Dul can. vice president and general man ager of the Hecht Co.; Thomas J. Groome. president of the District Bankers Association; Charles Gridley, president of the National Press Club, and Joseph D. Kaufman. ROAD FUND SLASH PROPOSAL ASSAILED President of A. A. A. Says Presi dent’s Plan Is “Bad News for Motorists.” President Roosevelt's proposal for drastic reduction in Federal road ex penditures is "bad news for the motor ists of America," the American Auto mobile Association said today in strongly opposing the move. In a statement issued here, Thomas P. Henry of Detroit, president of the motor club, declared: "The Presi dent's recommendation to Congress calling for wholesale slashes in road funds is, to say the least, ill-advised. “This proposal comes at a time when motor deaths are at an all-time peak, in large part due to inadequate highways, and at a time when progress was just beginning in the task of building these highways up to the standards demanded by present-day traffic." — - ■ ■ " • ---■ - SANTA CLAUS SHOP Place Will Open Monday to Re ceive Gifts of Toys. The Santa Claus Shop, operated each year by the District Playground Department, will be opened Monday, j at 1637 Massachusetts avenue, for the receipt of gifts of toys or other dona tions which may be given to needy children to brighten their Christmas. Miss Sibyl Baker, supervisor of the Playground Department, explained that thousands of toys are given each ! year through the co-operation of the Christmas Exchange Committee of the Council of Social Agencies. Meteor Blazes Across Path of Big Airliner Pilot Alfred Carl, Pennsylvania-. Central Airlines, got what he described as one of the biggest thrills of his flying career last night when a large meteor blazed its way across his path near Vickery. Ohio, while he was en route to Washington from Detroit. The meteor, Mr. Carl told airline officials here, was traveling a compass course of about 88 degrees and crossed Just below and ahead of the airliner, flying at an altitude of about 5.000 feet, temporarily blinding the pilot. Pilot Carl, who has been flying the mountain route out of Washington for three years, said he frequently has seen meteors while in flight but this was the largest and closest in his ex perience. r i Precinct Name Changed. FAIRFAX, Dec. 2 (Special).—An order changing the name of Baylias precinct in Lee magisterial district to Lorton was entered in Circuit Court yesterday. It becomes effective the first day of the January term of court. 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