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v CHarb of atianka.
White, carmen n. w, »i*h to »e
lBO»iedgt with sincero grutitude th» kind
»®d comforting expressions of sympathy
•rid the beautiful floral tributes of our
•try friends and relatives in our recent
Bereavement. THE FAMILY. •
Dr all] a.
^ ASH, ELLEN. On Friday December 3.
1037, at her residence. 1009 Evarts st.
S.e . ELLEN ASH. beloved wife of the late
ohn Ash*. Funeral from the above resi
dence on Monday December 0. at 8:30
».mthence to £1. Anthony's Church,
where mass will be offered at 9 a.m. Rel
atives and friends invited. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. (Alexandria, Va..
papers please cony.! °
BAILEY. LEWIS JAMES. On Saturday.
December 4 1937. in Washington. D. C..
LEWIS JAMES BAILEY, beloved husband
of the late Julia Eliza Bailey. Remains
resting at the Ives funeral home. 284 <
Wilson bhd Arlington. Va until Tues
day. December 7. at 9 a.m.: thence to
St. Charles Catholic Church, where mass
will be held at 9:30 a.m. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. Washington. D. C.
BEADLE. CORA. On Friday. December
3 1937. at her residence, 702 Oth st. s.e.,
CORA BEADLE, beloved mother of Dela
S Osman Funeral from the W. W Cham
bers Co. Southeast funeral home. 517 11th
st. s.e . Monday December 8. at 2 p.m.
Relatives and friends invited to attend.
Interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
BLOOMQUIST. ELSIE STEWART. On
Friday. December 3. 1937 at Sibley Me
morial Hospital. ELSIE STEWART BLOOM
QTJTST. beloved wife of Rudolph Bloom
of Lanham. Md. Funeral services on
Monday. December 8. at 2 p.m.. at her
late residence. Lanham. Md. Relatives and
friends invited to attend. Interment Fort
Lincoln Cemetery. 6
BOND. ANNIE E. On Friday Decem
ber 3. 1937. in her 84th year. ANNIE E.
BOND wife of the late George M. Bond
end daughter of the late Henry N. and
Caroline B Ober. Services at the S. H.
Hines Co funeral home 2981 14th st.
n.w. on Monday. December 8. at 11 am
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
(private! Glenwood Cemetery. 5
BREEN. Ft'GENE THOMAS. On Sat
urday December 4, 1937 at his residence.
249 South 81 st st Capnol Heights. Md
EUGENE THOMAS BREEN the beloved
husband of Louise B Breen <nee NefH
and father of Mrs. Louise Barbara Miles.
Funeral services at the W W. Chambers
Ob funeral home 517 11th st. s.e.. on
Tuesday December 7 at 8:30 a m.: thence
tP St Mathias Catholic Church Capitol
Heights. Md where mass will b* offered
at 9 a m for the reposal of his soul.
Relatives and friends invited to attend,
interment m Cedar Hill Cemetery. 6
BUCKLEY, .1. NORMAN. On Friday.
December 3. 1937. at his residence 3238
Idaho ave n.w . J. NORMAN BUCKLEY,
the beloved son of Michael E. and the
lite Julia Niland Buckley. Funeral from
the above residence on Monday. Decem
ber 8. at 9:30 a m.: thence to St. Ann's
Church Wisconsin ave. and Yuma st.
n.w . where requiem mass will be said at
10 a.m for the repose of his soul. Rela
tives and friends invited. Interment
Mount. Olivet Cemetery. 5
BURKE. THOMAS. On Thursdav. De
cember 2. 1937. at his residence. 153 E st.
s.e.. THOMAS BURKE, beloved husband of
the late Norah Burke «nee O'Toole' and
fpther of John Anna and Mary Theresa
Burke. Funeral from the above residence
op Monday December 8. at 8 30 am.:
thence to St. Peter's Church. 2nd and C
st*. s.e. Requiem mass at 9 a.m Inter
ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives
and friends invited. 5
. COLLINS, THOMAS F On Saturday.
December 4 1937. at his residence 324
H st. n.e THOMAS F COLLINS beloved
htuband of Margaret A Collins »nee Con
nftjra) and father of Dr. Thomas F. Col
Dn*. Jr Funeral from the above resi
dence on Tuesday. December 7. at 8:30
High requiem mass at St Aloysius
Cfburch at 9 a.m Interment Mount
CAivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends
lowed. n
EUSTACE. FLORENCE A. On Saturday.
December 4 193;. at Georgetown Uni
versity Hospital FLORENCE A. EUSTACE,
beloved wife ol the late Hon. Alexander
C Eustace and sister of Mrs. Edward J.
Dunn and Mrs M. E Kennedy of Elmira.
N, Y . Mr. Charles B O’Conor of Akron.
Ohio and Justin V O Conor of Wash
ington. D C Funeral from the residence
of her brother Justin V. O Conor of 3757
Jenifer st n.w . on Tuesday. December
7. 1937 at 8 30 a.m Requiem mass at
the Shrine of the Blessed Sacrament at. 9
a.m Relatives and friends invited to at
tend. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 6
FAIRFAX. MARION F. On Friday. De
cember 3. 1937. at her residence 1334 W
st. n.w MARION F FAIRFAX loving
mother of John H Fairfax. Remains rest
ing at Frazier's funeral home. 389 R. I.
ave. n.w. until Saturday. December 4. at
4 p.m.; thereafter at her late residence.
Funeral Sunday December 5 at 2:15 p.m.,
from the Miles Memorial Church. Rev.
L. Q. Brown officiating Interment Lin
coln Memorial Cemetery, Monday. De
comber 6. 5
rANT. CLARENCE A. On Fridav. De
ffiber 3 1937. at Emergency Hospital.
ARENCE A. FANT. beloved husband of
lian Fant. Remains resting at the James
Ryan funeral home. 317 Pa. ave. s.e.
Maas at St. Matthew's Church 1725 R. I.
are. n.w on Monday. December fi. at 9
a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 5
FENTON, JOHN J. On Friday. Decem
ber 3, 1937. at Oteen. N. C JQHN J. FEN
TON. aged 4 7 years, beloved husband of
Mary Fenton inee Huppman) and son of
Mrs. Margaret Fenton and the late Dennis
P. Fenton. Funeral from his late resi
dence. 47 4 E st. *.w.. on Monday. Decem
ber 8. at 8:30 a m.; ttaence to St. Dom
inic’s Church, where solemn requiem mass
will be sung at 9 a.m. for the rePOvse of
Ms soul Relatives and friends invited.
Interment with military honors at Ar
lington National Cemetery. Members of
tJlt Bureau of Engraving and Printing
rest. No. 23. Please take notice. 5
FENTON. JOHN J. Officers and mem
bers of the Bureau of Engraving
and Printing Post. No. 23. Amer
Iican Legion, are hereby notified
of the death of Comrade JOHN
J FENTON and are requested
to meet for recitation of the
ritual at 8 p.m. Sunday. De
cember 5, 1937. at his late residence,
474 E st vw. By order of
HEY WOOD N. SAUNDERS. Commander. 5
FENTON. JOHN J. A special meeting
©f the Washington Printing Pressmen s
Union. No J. will be held at Typographi
cal Temple. 423 G at. n.w.. Monday. De
cember d. 1937. at 8 a m . for the purpose
©jf‘ attending the funeral of our late
btfcther. JOHN J. FENTON. Signed.
WILLIAM H HAGNER. President.
VHARRY C. WEBB. Secretary.
■ tOOSE. JOSEPHINE. On Friday. TV
•Wnber 3. 1P37. at her residence, a; Cali
fornia. Md JOSEPHINE FOOSE formerly
of; Anacostia. D. C . beloved mothe- of
Bertha G. Byron. Remains resting
at William H Scotis funeral home. 4Of)
St* »t. s.e Funeral from the above funeral
hitnne on Tuesday. December 7. at 10:30
a.jp.; thence to Emanuel Episcopal Church,
tath and V sts. s.e. where services will be
hMd at 11 a m. Interment Congressional
Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited.
OOI’LD. JAMES B. Suddenly on Fri
day. December 3. 1P37. at 1:15 a m . at
at. Petersburg. Fla Dr JAMES B GOULD
or Falls Church, Va beloved husband of
Harriett Gould. Remains at Pearson's
Undertaking parlor. 408 Washington st ,
Falls Church, Va.. after 3 p.m. Mondav.
December 8. Funeral services at Falls
Church Presbyterian Church Tuesdav.
December 7. at. 2 n m Tnt*rm»n* ot
Jtvnnon. va.
HARRISON. MARY. On Saturday. De
cember 4, ip.ht, at the residence of her
son* 3*07 North Fairfax drive. Clarendon
Vt MARY HARRISON, beloved wife of
James h Harrison. Funeral from the
W W. Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400
ClSapin st n.w on Monday. December 6.
at 10 a m. Funeral private. Interment
Washington Memorial Park.
HAMILTON. ROBERT On Samrdav.
December 4 19.37 ROBERT HAMILTON
beloved husband of 8usian I Hamilton
Glee Heflin;. Funeral from his late resi
dence 1503 Trinidad ave. n e.. on Mon
day, December H at 2 p.m Relatives
»d friends invited. Interment Cedar
HU; Cemetery. g
HOGAN. MILDRED CARTWRIGHT. De
parted this life on Friday. December 3,
1937* at 7 45 a.m . at her residence. 2512
rest place South Arlington. Va.. MIL
DRED CARTWRIGHT HOGAN, the beloved
mother of Walter M. Hogan. She also
leaves a host nl Other relatives and friends
to mourn their loss Remains resting at
Boyds funeral home. lR4ti L st. n.w
Funeral Monday December H. at 1 pm.
from Lomax A M E Zion Church. Nauck.
Va. Rev H J. Callis officiating. Inter
ment church cemetery.
Steep on. beloved sleep, and take thv reat;
by dowr thy head upon thy Saviour's
breast.
We love thee well, but Jesus loves thee best.
Good night! Good night! Good night!
*. THE FAMILY. 5*
. HORNER. ROBERT K. On Thursday.
J&£El!?S.r iiiiAik“i Garfield Hospital.
ROBERT K. HORNER, beloved husband
of Cynthia June Horner. Remains rest
1»« at the funeral home of William Reuben
Humphrey. 7005 Wisconsin ave.. Bethesda.
Md. Funeral services at Fort Myer Chapel
«n Monday. December 0. at 11 a.m Inter
ment Arlington National Cemetery. 5
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
T J. William Lee’s Sons Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Crematorium
<th and Mass. Ave. N.E. Lincoln S200
Joseph F. Birch’s Sons
(A L. HAYCOCK Manager)
.ESSg i84i 3034 M St. N.W.
Frank Geier’s Sons Co.
1113 Seventh St. N.W Natinnal 7171
todern Chepel. Tel. nanonSI 13
V. L. SPEARE CO.
Seither the succeesor to nor connected with
le original W. R Speare estebllshment
• Phone 1009 H St N W
Rational 2392 lwa n IV. w.
, funeral designs.
CUDE BROS. CO. Floral Pieces
1212 F St. N.W. National 4276
^WADE FLOWERS, INC.
* S27 14ih St. N.W _ Republic 0827
r GEO. C. SHAFFER
' EXPRESSIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES AT
Moderate prices, phone nat. oios
2T KS Cot. 14th & Eye
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Bralbfl
HOWELL. MARY MAUDE. On Satur
day. December 4. 1937. at her raalaence.
*no Duke st.. Alexandria. Va. MARY
MAUDE HOWELL, widow of the late David
Janney Howell and mother of Beaudric L.
Howell. Funeral services on Monday.
December fi. at 2 n.m.. from her late reai
dence. Interment Ivy Hill Cemetery.
IRELAND. JOHN D. Departed this life
Friday, December .3. 1937. JOHN D. IRE
LAND of 1237 Linden st. n.e.. beloved
husband of Mrs. Maggie Ireland. He is
also survived by two nephews. John and
Wade Edwards: • three devoted cousins.
William Thomas Mrs. Florence Curtis and
Mrs. Ethel Taverinior. and other relatives
snd friends. Remains resting at the
Malvan A- Schey funeral home. New Jercey
ave and R at. n.w. Funeral from above
chapel Monday. December fi 1937. at 1:30
P.m Rev. Ernest Oreen officiating.
Relatives snd friends invited. Interment
Harmony Ometery.
LOVETT. JOSEPH R. On Friday. De
r.££S.v.r.;i’ 19;,r- *f Walter Reed Hospital.
JCteEPH R. LOVETT, beloved husband
of Eleanore S. Ixivett. Funeral from the
W w Chambers funeral home. 14th and
Chapin sts. n.w., on Monday. December
fl at 2:30 n.m. Relatives and friends
invited. S
LOVETT. JOSEPH R. On Friday. De
oomher .3. 1937. at Walter Reed Hospital.
JOSEPH R. LOVETT, beloved husband of
Eleanore S Lovett. Funetal from W. W.
Chambers' funeral home. 14th and Chapin
sts. n.w Monday. December fi. at 2:30
P.m. Relatives and friends invited. 5*
LOVETT. JOSEPH R. The officers and
members of Bethesda-Chevy
Chase Post. No. 105. the Amer
ican Legion, are requested to at
tend the funeral of our late
comrade. JOSEPH R. LOVETT
from the W. W. Chambers fu
neral home, 14th and Chapin
sts. n.w,. nn Monday December fi. 1937.
at 2:30 p.m.. when servifes will be held.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery.
harry H. HENDRICKS. Commander.
JACK IRWIN. Adit. 5*
MANDLE. SAMUEL. On Saturday. De
cember 4 10::;. at Sibley Memorial Hos
oital, SAMUEL MANDLE of 7fl New York
ave n.w. Remains Vesting at Hysongs
parlors. 1300 N si. n w. Notice of fu
neral later.
MARSH. WILLIAM E. On Friday.
December .3. 19.37. after a lingering 111
n«s- «t the residence of his daughter. 54
Woodland ave . Cheverly, Md.. WILLIAM
E_ MARSH, aged 74 years, beloved husband
of the late Alice H. Marsh and loving fa
ther of Mrv Glen Edglngton and Mrs. John
V Ogle. Funeral from the Nevius funeral
home. 924 N Y. ave. n.w.. Monday. De
cember fi. at II a.m. Interment Olenwood
Cemetery. H
McCHESNEY, WILLIAM W. On Friday.
December .3 1037. at 12:15 a.m.. at Sib
ley Memorial Hospital, WILLIAM W. MC
CHESNEY of Cottage City. Md.. beloved
husband of the late Mabel Florence Mc
Chesney. He is survived by a daughter.
Mrs. Emory Barnard and four sons Nor
man W . Lloyd W„ Millard S. and Alfred
Earl McChesney. Remains resting at
Oasch's funeral home. 4fi Maryland ave..
H.vattsville. Md. Services at the above
funeral home on Monday. December fi.
at 2 p.m. Relatives snd friends invited.
Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 5
McMICHAEL, A. BRADFORD. On Satur
day. December 4. 1937. at his residence.
2929 Connecticut ave. n.w . A. BRADFORD
McMICHAEL. beloved father of Clarence
E. and R. E McMichael and Mrs. E. A.
Cassidy. Remains resting at the 8 H.
Hmes Co. funeral home 29(>J ]4th n.w..
un’il 3 p.m. Sunday, December 5. Inter
ment Toledo. Ohio.
MONTGOMERY. VIOLA W. On Wednes
day. December 1 1931. VIOLA W. MONT
GOMERY of 123 P st. n.w.. devoted wufe
of Raymond Montgomery, beloved mother
of Raymond Montgomery. lr.: Harold
Emma. Charles. Reginald Mariam Con
stance and Elizabeth Montgomery, grand
mother of Raymond. 3rd. sister of Rev.
R W. Watson. Charles snd Emma Wat
son Remains resting at the W. Ernest
Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w.
where funeral services will be held Monday.
December fi. at 2 p.m.. Rev. E F How
ard officiating Interment Woodtawn Cem
etery. Relatives and lriends invited. 5
MUNDY. ANNIE. Departed this life
oil Friday. December .3. J9.31, ANNIE
MUNDY of 125 Clay pi. n.e, beloved
wife of George J. Mundy sister-in-law
of Dr. and Mrs. R o. Mundy. She is also
?.Vrvi'ed by a devoted brother. Frank
Washington: a loving sister. Mrs Emms
Edwards: two cousins. Sylas and Harry
Washington; two very dear friends. Mrs.
Annie Fortune and Carrie Jones: slso
otner relatives and friends Remains rest
ing at the Malvan A Schey Dennwood
funeral home. 4445 Deane ave. n e. Fu
neral from above parlors Monday. De
cember fi at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
ivoovur.. owuunu,’. no
Friday. December 3. 1937, at hi* resi
&?>£'■ £;LJ'rt!Irh M n ■ JAMES ROB
COE NASH, beloved brother of Mts.
Miriam Scoit and Mrs. Carrie Strickland:
devoted uncle of Lucy. Alfred. James and
Benjamin Scott and William Mask He
also leaves many friends Remain* rest
ing at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church.
You st. nw.. where funersl services
'''li be held Sunday. December 5. at 2 p m
Rev J. E. Elliott officiating. Interment
Wilmington. N. C.
ME. MOT HONG. On Thursday. De
cember 2. 1937, MOY HONG NIE. beloved
frtend of Moy Sheuck Funeral services
?inJ»*JY' w Chambers Co. funeral home.
1400 Chaom St n.w on Monday. De
cember 6 ai 1 p m. Interment Fort Lin
coln Cemetery, * g
0"kFTT. BOSS. On Saturday. December
4. .. HOSS ORSETT. the beloved hus
bano of Elizabeth Orsett and father of
¥.ar,' QTsft’ Remains resting at the
-,-w , Chamber* Southeast funeral home,
ol. 11th st. s.e. Notice of funeral later.
PARKER. LOl’ISE. On Thursday. De
cember 2. 193 7. at Casualty Hospital
LOUISE PARKER. She leave/ a beFoved
husband. William Parker: three children,
two staters, other relatives and friends Re
fn?1"5 Testm* *' Stewart s funeral home,
o ' 5 **• ",£■ M*y be viewed after 3 p.m.
Sunday. Funeral services at the above
funeral home Monday. December 6. at
2:30 p.m. 5
PAUL. BLANCHE CAROLTN. On Fri
Fvn ?e.CTlv?,bero3- 1037 blanche caro
»VN Services at the residence of
Mrs. Elizabeth L. Matthews. 1700 22nd
st.se. on Monday. December 6. at 2 pm
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
ornate Remains may be viewed at the
above residence after 9 a m. Sunday. V
PAIL. BLANCHE C. A special meeting
of Lebanon Chapter. No. 25, O. E. 8 will
be held Monday December fi, at. 1 p.m .
at the Masonic Temple, for the purpose
of amending the funeral of our late sister.
BLANCHE C. PAUL. By order of the
worshipful master.
LILLIE McKENZIE. Secretary.
PAIL. BLANCHE CAROLTN. Members
of the U. S. S. Jacob Jones Post.
No. 2. of the American Legion,
are requested to attend the fu
neral of BLANCHE CAROLYN
Tm'JtmrrAuu from the residence of
$0*3? M~r8;, .Elizabeth L. Matthew*,
•THJrv 1 <00 22nd st. s.e.. on Monday.
December 6. 1937. at 2 pm.
PETERSON. ELIZABETH A. On Fri
?*?• „9tce'?ber 3- 193,7. at her residence.
•Ill 8th st. n.e.. ELIZABETH A. PETER
SON. Remains resting at Frazier * funeral
home, 389 R. I. ave. n.w. Notice of fu
neral later. . f>
PIERCE. GEORGE McCLELLAN. On
Friday. December 3. 1937. at his resi
?.en.£.e;_.1417 Belmont st. n.w.. GEORGE
McCLELLAN PIERCE, beloved husband of
Virginia Motte Pierce and father of Mrs.
G H Lambert of Philadelphia. Pa. Serv
onniai A*!? s H- Hinps Co. funeral home.
~9°1 o1 4,‘b 81 n .w - on Sunday. December
5, at 2:30 p.m. Interment Phelps. N. Y. 5
PITTMAN. ROOSEVELT. On Wednes
day. December I. 1937. at Freedmen*
Hospital. ROOSEVELT PITTMAN, beloved
husband of Maxine Pittman. Remains
resting at Stewart s funeral home. 30 H
st. n.e. Notice of funeral later. 5
REESE. KATE C. On Thursday. De
cember 193. at the residence of her
Elmer Lewis. 642 H st. n.e.,
KATE C. REESE. the beloved sister of L.
McElroy of Chambersburg. Md.. and Mrs.
Cap Carwige of Los Angeles Calif. Fu
neral services at the W. W. Chambera Crf.
Southeast funeral home. 517 11th st. s.e,.
on Monday. December 6. at 11 a.m. Rela
tives and friends invited. Interment
Glenwood Cemetery. 5
ROME. MARY MARGARET. On Fri
day December 3. 1937. at Montgomery
SRmjPa o<ij£’£,rA!.T-Ho''pii*1 Miss MARY
MARGARET ROME, aged 30 years, beloved
daughter of Mrs. Margaret M. Rome. Ger
mantown. Md Funeral services Monday.
at SA?° St. Rose's
Catholic Church. Clopper. Md. Interment
church cemetery. 5
SCHMIDT. JOHN F. A apecia! com
munication of Anacostia Lodie No 21.
r-riAtv A».M j has been called lor 12:30
°..0Cj Monday. December & 1937. to
attend funeral service* for our departed
brother. JOHN F. SCHMIDT. By order
of the worshipful master.
Attest: J. c. BEVERIDGE. Jr.. Secretary
SCHMIDT. JOHN F. Suddenly, on Fri
day. December :t. 1937. at George Wash
University HosBiul ' /0HN F.
SCHMIDT. beloved husband ol Mary
Schmidt and father of Oesine Amelia,
Mary Martha. Oliver F. and Irene Kath
erlne Schmidt. Funeral services at the
S. H Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th
st. n.w . on Monday. December ft. at 1:30
p m Interment Arlington National Cem
etery. 5
SEMANS. EDWARD T. On Friday. De
cember 3 1937. at Emergency Hospital
EDWARD T. SEMANS. beloved husband of
Augusta Semans. Remains resting at the
Lee funeral home. 4th st. and Mass ave
n.e.. where services will be held on Mon
oaj. December 6. at ft p.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Naples, N. Y
(Rochester papers please copy.)
SHOEMAKER. JESSIE C. Suddenly, on
Friday. December 3. 1937. at his resi
dence. JESSIE C. SHOEMAKER of 1316
Emerson st. n.e., beloved husband ol
Lydia Shoemaker (nee Payne), and brother
of Isaac W. Shoemaker and Mrs. W. A.
Richards. Funeral from Timothy Hanlon's
funeral parlors. 641 H st. n.e.. on Mon
day. December 6. at 2 p.m. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and
friends Invited. 5
SIMMS. SAMUEL H. On Saturday. De
cember 4. 1937. SAMUEL H. SIMMS,
beloved husband of the late Nellie Simms
fnee Myers). Funeral from his late home.
2522 Robb st.. on Tuesday. December 7,
at. 8:30 a.m. Requiem high mass at 8t.
Bernard’s Church at 9 a.m. Interment
In Baltimore Cemetery.
STERNBERGER. JULIAN BERTRAM.
Suddenly on Saturday December 4. 1937,
at his residence. 1486 Newton st. n.w.,
JULIAN BERTRAM STERNBERGER. be
loved husband ol Iiene Sternberger. Fu
neral services at the S. H. Hines Co. fu
neral home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Mon
day. December 6, at 3 P.m. Relatives and
friends invited
SWANN. HARRIET LOUISE. On Friday.
December 3. 1937. at her residence. 40*
K st. n.e HARRIET LOUISE SWANN, the
beloved daughter of Joseph H. and Minnie
Swann and aister of Marie Rwann. Fu
neral services at the above residence on
Tuesdsy, December 7. at 2 p.m. Relatlvei
and friends Invited. Services by the W. W.
Chambers Co. Southeast funeral horn*.
Interment in Cedar Hill Mausoleum. S
i',
f
ROOSEVELT SHIFTS
HIT BY LANDON
Former Governor Declares
President Is Passing Buck
by Vacationing.
By the Associated Praas.
TOPEKA. Kan*. Dec. 4.—Former
Oov. Air M. Landon told a banquet of
Young Republicans tonight "every one
is dissy not only with the political con
fusion, but with the economic con
fusion,’’ in the Rooeeveit administra
tion.
Addressing the banquet briefly, the
former Republican presidential nom
inee, 8aid that by "going on another
vacation at another critical time,”
President Rooeeveit "is passing the
buck of explaining and correcting the
mistakes to the other fellows, and
apparently is also trying to establish
his own alibi.”
“For five years,” Landon said, “the
President has insisted that we must
do this and that, shifting from one
plan to another so often that no one
knows what to expect next.
"Much effort was directed by the
administration leadership contrary to
the recognized ways of our representa
tive government, but even more im
portant, contrary to economic laws.
"Today, primarily because of this
misdirected effort we are in a period
of economic relapse and increasing un
employment. But this is no time to
say ‘I told you so.’ We must co-op
erate.
"There is now a heart-breaking
amount of unemployment. This win
ter. there will be no end of suffering
by those who cannot find work. Many
people will be asking: When do we
get what we have been promised?’ It
may be a cruel awakening to many.”
However, Landon said, "there is one
encouraging sign in the recent turn
of national affairs.
"The President, as well as Congress.
:* showing some inclination to listen
to suggestions. This tendency should
help to avoid further pitfalls and is to
be commended.”
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Fox Tail* Once 'Kerchiefs.
Fox tails were once carried and
used as handkerchief*.
Seatha.
THOMAS, mart A. On Thursday
December 2. 193, at her residence, lfl.sn
♦ th st. n.w MARY A. THOMA8 She
leaves a beloved husband George R
Thomas: one daughter Mildred Key, three
brothers. George. William and John ros
ter; two nieces Bertha Ceaaer and Gladys
Queen and other relatives and friends
Remains resting at Stewart's funeral
home. 3n H st. n.e.. until Sunday morn
ing: thereafter at her late residence. Fu
neral Monday, December fl. at 1 pm.
from Mount Airy Baptist Church. North
Cap tol and L sts. n.w.. Rev X K. Tyler
officiating. Interment Harmony Cemetery.
A
TROWER. MART ELIZABETH. On Sat
.December 4. 1937. at her residence.
' 2™ ni’nde Island ave. n.e.. MARY ELIZA
BETH TROWER. the beloved wife of
Lansing W, Trower and mother of Herberi
M' fZ1*1 „.ohn A- Botts. Funeral services
? thf J' w chambers Co. Southeast
funeral home. A 1.7 11th »t. s.e.. on Tues
day. December 7 at P am; thence to St
Anthony s Catholic Church, where mass
will be offered at P 30 a m. for the repose
of her soul. Relatives and friends invited
to attend. Interment in Cedar Hill
Cemetery. p
WALKER. SARAH. On Saturday. De
cember 4. 1937. SARAH WALKER, mother
of Mary Strother and Alberta Walker and
sister of Mary Miller. She leaves to mourn
their loss a host of other relatives and
friends Remains resting at the W Ernest
Jervis funeral church. 1432 U at. n w
Notice of funeral later. -
WHALEN. ELIZABETH THERESA. On
Saturday. December 4. 1937, at Provi
H£?Piuli ZLIZABBTH THERESA
^■“'Ttl wife of Lawrence J. Whalen of
4451 Holliday st., Brentwood. Md Re
mains resting at Gaschs Sons' parlors.
Hyattsville. Md. Notice of funeral later.
WHITSON. WILLIAM ESSEX. On Fri
day. December 3. 1937. at George Wash
#s*wras sss
of Miss Belle M. Whitson. J. Edmund Whit
son and Walter I. Whitson of 1371 Mon
roe st. n.w Funeral services on Monday.
.3 B m'' Hysong's nar
Creek ^Cemetery*1 " W- Interment
ZBBP, CLARA A, Suddenly, on Sat
urday. December 4. 19.37. at her resi
dence. JI?" 1 - 1 5t,h *'• n-f CLARA A.
ZEPP. beloved wife of T. Raymond Zepo
.'•nd-mo'hrr of Charles R. Zepp. Mrs Doro
thy Boling and Leroy S Zepo Her re
malns will rest at her late residence until
11 30 a m. Tuesday. December 7; thence
to the United Brethren Church. North
Capitol and R sts. n.w. Remains will lie
in state gt the churgh until time of serv
ice. Funeral from the above church on
Tuesday December 7. at 2 p.m. Inter
ment Glenwood Cemetery. 6
in fUrmnrtam.
BOTTOMLEY. KATIE E. Sacred to the
memory of our darlina mother, who left
us so very suddenly one year aao today.
December 8. 1936.
Till memory fades and life depart*
You will live forever in our hearts.
Time takes away the edae of arief.
But memory turns back every leaf.
We have seen you in our dreams, dear
mother.
And oh. if it were only true
That we eould be a little closer
...To talk things over with you,
mot DEVOTED DAUGHTERS, BESSIE.
SADIE AND CORA.
GRIFFITH, DR. T. J. In loving memory
of my dear husband. Dr. T. J. GRIFFITH.
Fhj^Dassed away one year ago. December
His smiling way and pleasant face
Are a pleasure to recall.
He had a kindly word for each
And died beloved by all.
HIS DEVOTED WIFE. MRS. T. J.
GRIFFITH. •
HOOD. BESSIE. In sad but loving re
membrance of our beloved mother and
mother-in-law. BE88IE HOOD, who left
us one year ago today. December 8. 1936.
DAUGHTER JULIA HOOD ATKINS.
AND RILEY C. ATKINS. •
HOUGH. FERRY V. In loving memory
of our dear father, who departed this life
ten years ago today. December 8, I PIT.
ThJU,?,0W*r? Iv* laid u,K,n the grave
_ Will wither and decay.
love for him who sleepa beneath
Will never fade away
BY HIS DEVOTED DAUGHTERS. •
KOSACK. ROSA E. In loving re
membrance of our devoted wife, daughter
and sister. R06A Z. KOSACK. who de
parted this life one year ago today, De
cember 6. 1936.
Treasured thoughts of one so dear
Often bring a silent tear.
Thoughts return to scenes long past:
Time rolls on. but memory lasts.
Faithful and honest In all her ways:
Devoted and true to the end of her days.
Shwswas loving, gentle, patient and kind:
What a beautiful memory she left behind.
HUSBAND. FRED W.
KQ8ACK. AND MOTHER ELIZABETH
OWENS_ AND SISTERS AND
BROTHERS. •
KOSACK. ROSA E. In sad but loving
remembrance of my dear sister-in-law.
ROSA Z. KOSACK mee Owens), who died
one year ago today. December 8. 1936.
Loved In life, remembered In death.
FRIEDA. •
REEL. JAMES F. In loving remembrance
of my husband and our father. JAMES F.
REEL. Who passed away ten year* ago
today, December 8. 1927.
Treasured thoughts of one go dear
Often bring a silent tear;
Thoughts return to scenes long past.
Time roll* on. but memory lasts.
THE FAMILY. •
THOMPSON. LILLER MAT. Sacred to
the memory of LILLER MAY THOMPSON.
? , P*,,e<1 away one year ago. December
Os lHof).
Treasured thought* of one ao dear
Often bring a silent tear.
BY A FRIEND. *
THOMPSON. MRS. ELIZABETH. In lov
Sembw^lgas.1*0 todM- °*
Palthful and honest in all her ways
Devoted and true to the end of her days.
Stl* wa* loving, gentle, patient and kind;
Whn a beautiful memory she left behind.
HKR LOVING DAUGHTER. MART
BTONBR, • j
WHITLOW. MRS. MARGARET JOS
EPHINE. Sacred to the memory of our
mother, MARGARET JOSEPHINE
WHITLOW, who entered Into rest Decern
oer 5, 1935.
_ Oh. memories that bless and burn
HER CHILDREN DR. REUBEN M WEST
LEONORA WEST FREEMAN. •
WILLIAMS. ELIZA CARTER. In fond
memory of our beloved mother. ELIZA
CARTER WILLIAMS, who departed this
life five years ago today, December 8.
1932.
Beyond the sunset she has gone.
To rent a little while.
Leaving memories at loving words
xa< Ws. a
Max Baer Nervous Awaiting
Arrival of Eight-Pound Son
Gnawing his nails, Max Baer is shown at an Oakland
(Calif.) hospital yesterday as he awaited the stork.
_—Copyright, A. P. Wirepholo.
By the Associated Press.
OAKLAND, Calif., Dec. 4 —An
8-pound boy was born to
night to Mr*. Max Baer, wife
of the former heavyweight
boxing champion. Physicians said
the mother and baby wera "doing
nicely.”
Mrs. Baer is the former Mary
Ellen Sullivan, Washington, D. C.
Baer, who had announced "if it's
a boy he's going to be a champ, I
know,” paced the hospital corridor
for a half hour before the nurse an
nounced he had become a father.
Hoover
<Continued From First Page.)
thousands of returns annually. All
returns showing net income of more
than $25,000 in a year are regularly
sent to the field for examination and
verification. This is true also of all
returns showing large transactto.s,
whether there is tax liability or not;
and of returns showing unusual fea
tures. In addition, there is also in
vestigation of many smaller returns
on a sampling hasis.
"Errors are found in many of these
returns. In many cases, additional
taxes are assessed; in others, there are
adjustments in favor of the taxpayer.
In only a small minority of cases is
any willful concealment of income or
attempt to evade taxes discovered.
No Stigma Attached.
“There is no stigma whatever at
tached to mere investigation of a tax
payer's return nor is there any harass
ment of the taxpayer involved. It is
merely a necessary part of the business
machinery of collecting the taxes.
“I do not understand that Mr.
Hoover himself claims there has been
persecution or unfair treatment. If he
or any other taxpayer, whether promi
nent or obscure, believes that he has
been harassed or improperly dealt
with, he need only report the facts
to me and I will promptly cause a
most searching investigation to be
made. If I find that there has been
persecution. I shall see that the per
sons responsible for it are dismissed
from the Government service.’’
Mr. Hoover has made no comment
on Prof. Myers’ remarks. Lawrence
Richey, his former secretary, said Mr
Hoover had not been annoyed and
had no complaint to make.
MOSQUES FOR SALE
ISTANBUL. Turkey <P\ —Three
hundred, mosques are on sale here.
The Turkish government is offering
them in an effort to clear out un
needed moeques from among the more
than 800 in this ancient capital of
the Ottoman empire.
Only 242 of the 800 are being used
as plaoes of Moslem worship. The
others, including the famous Saint
Sophia Mosque, have been converted
into museums or have been reduced
to ruins.
Budget Bureau
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propriations Subcommittee said this
number would be sufficient to staff the
new second precinct, as other officers
can be drawn from the present sec
ond precinct.
The abandoned Tuberculosis Hos
pital was inspected by the subcommit
tee in v,ew of proposals that it be re
opened to house convalescents in Gal
linger Hospital, which is now badly
overcrowded.
To Visit Other Institutions.
The subcommittee plans to resume
its inspection tour Tuesday morning
I and V1*it Gallinger Hospital as well
as other municipal institutions, in
cluding the jail, the workhouse at
Occoquan, Va., and the reformatory
at Lor ton. Va. The three penal Insti
tutions are badly congested, and Dis
trict officials are.anxious that the sub
committee inspect them closely, hope
ful that funds will be provided in the
coming fiscal year for additional ac
commodations.
Representative Starnes, Democrat,
of Alabama and Engel. Republican,
of Michigan accompanied Mr. Collins
on the initial inspection tour. The
other member of the subcommittee.
Representative Caldwell. Democrat, of
Florida was unable to make the trip.
The Appropriations Committee clerks
—William Duvall and George Y. Har
ve5’—also made the trip and took notes
' on observations of the members.
I Mr. Collins plans to start hearings
on the 1939 District appropriation bill
Wednesday. He hopes to have the
j measure ready to report to the House
1 as soon as the regular session of Con
gress begins January 3. ,
ADELINE M. BARTON
IS DEAD HERE AT 57
Co-Proprietor of Health Home
Served Overseas With Amer
ican Bed Cross.
Miss Adeline M. Barton, 87, co-pro
prietor of the Health Home at 3244
Thirty-eighth street N.W., died Thurs
day at the home. Funeral services
were held yesterday afternoon in Gaw
ler’s chapel, 1750 Pennsylvania ave
nue 'N.W.
Miss Barton had operated the Health
Home since 1926 in partnership with
Miss Isabel Furbank. She was a reg
istered nurse and physiotherapist, hav
ing graduated in nursing from Homeo
pathic Hospital.
Miss Barton had served overseas
with the American Red Cross and
also worked with the Red Cross in
flood relief. At one time she was a
member of the stall of Friendship
House here. She was a member of
the Homeopathic Hospital Nurses'
Alumnae Association and the Homeo
pathic Laymen's League.
Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Lewis S.
Vandewalker, Lakeland. Fla., and four
brothers, Marion O., Leonard. Harry
and Oris Barton, all of Michigan.
W. L. ADAMS, FORMER
REPRESENTATIVE, DIES
Acting Postmaster at Georgetown,
Del., Victim of Stomach and
Heart Trouble.
By the Associated Pres*.
GEORGETOWN, Del, December 4.
—Wilbur L. Adams, 54, acting post
master at Georgetown and former
Representative in Congress, died today
in Beebe Hospital, Lewes. He had
been ill with stomach and heart
trouble for several weeks.
Adams attended^ Delaware College
and Dickinson College and was a
graduate of the University of Penn
sylvania Law School. He practiced law
in Georgetown and later in Wilm
ington. He was elected to the House
of Representative* in 1932 and served
one term. He was a Democrat.
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IRELAND IS PUT BACK
ON MAP BY STATUTE
Label of “Free State'’ Must Be
Dropped—England Considers
Marking North Area Ulster.
DUBLIN. Ireland UP).—Irish map
makers for the second time in 16 years
are junking their existing stocks and
remaking the map of Ireland.
Before December 29, all maps of
the island must be labeled "Ireland”
instead of "Irish Free State,” to com
ply with the official change recently
ordered.
The previous change was in 1921,
when "Ireland” ceased to exist and
became the "Irish Free State,” under
virtually Independent rule. and
''Northern Ireland,” under British
control.
British officials, it is reported, are
contemplating designating Northern
Ireland as Ulster to avoid confusion.
MRS. ELLEN ASH RITES
WILL BE TOMORROW
Native of Ireland Cama to Wake
field, Va., in 1855 and Lived
Hera 70 Tears.
Funeral services for Mrs. Ellen Ash,
92. of 1009 Evarts street N.E., who died
Friday, will be held at 9 a.m. to
morrow in St. Anthony’s Catholie
Church in Brookland. The Rev.
Thomas Sweeney, assistant pastor, will
officiate.
A native of Jamestown, Ireland,
Mrs. Ash came to this country with
her parents in 1*55, the family set
tling in Wakefield, Va. They moved j
to Washington more than 70 years
ago.
She Is survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Michael Crone and Mrs. Nellie
Kinslow, both of this city; four
grandchildren, three great-grandchil
dren and one great-great-grandchild.
Mrs. Ash’s husband died about 20
years ago.
ROUGH ON DESKS
®irls Carve School Furniture
More Than Do Boys.
INDIANAPOLIS OP).—Girls give
school desks more severe treat
ment than boys, while older students
do more carving on their desks than
those in the primary grades, say Na
tional Youth Administration workers,
who are repairing furniture in the
Indianapolis public schools.
Desks and chairs in lecture rooms
carry revealing case histories, the
workers say. Many persons who have
carved their names in the desks are
prominent in civic and State affairs.
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