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CCarfc of (Tkattko.
Maddox, clarence h. i with to «
Esi my sincere thanks and appreclatioi
his relatives and many friends for thet
pfulness and expressions of sympath:
and floral tributes at the sudden departun
of my dear husband. CLARENCE H. MAD
MRS. BESSIE MADDOX AND FAMILY.
Bratf|0.
ARNETT. JOHN WILMER. On Wednes
day. March 9. 1938. at Homeopathic Hos,
Pita I, JOHN WILMER ARNETT belovet
Mother of Annie and Rodney Arnett o:
Washington. D. C.. and Welby Arnett o:
Hamilton. Va.
Funeral services at the W. W. Chamber!
Co. funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. or
Friday. March 11. at 11 a m. Relative!
and friends invited. Interment Rod
Creek Cemetery. 10
BLUME. GEORGE R. Suddenly, on Sab
orday. March 6. 1938. at his residence
Wilmington. Del.. GEOROE R. BLUME. be
loved husband of Catherine Hahn Blume
Remains at funeral parlor of John M. Tay
lor. 147 Gloucester st.. Annanolts. Md.
^ Funeral Wednesday morning. March 9
at 11 o'clock, from St. Mary’s Church. An
napolis, Md. Interment St. Mary’s Cem
etery. Friends invited. 9
BRIGGS. MORRIS E. On Tuesday
March 8. 1938. at Sibley Hospital. MOR
RIS E. BRIGGS of 410 Cedar st- Takoms
Park. D C.j husband of Jane R. Briggs anc
father of Roger E. and Miss Evelyn L
Briggs.
Services at the B. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Thursday
Matrh 10. at 10 a.m. Interment Marion
_ CAIN. NETTIE MAUD. On Wednesday
March 9. 1938, at her residence 2013 Nea
Hampshire ave. n.w., NETTIE MAUD CAIN
Body resting at her late residence untl
10_a.m. Priday. March 11.
..Services will be held at Gawler’s rhaoel
1750 Pa. ave. n.w . on Priday. March 11
at S p.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery
10
CARTER. ROSA. On Sunday. March ft,
1938. at her residence. 1143 1st at. n.w.,
ROSA CARTER, niece of Mrs. Rosetta
Batiks, aunt of William Winslow. France!
Carter. Naomi Barham and Amos Dorsey
greataunt of Olivia Pratt, Raymond Banks
william. Edward and Milton Winslow
Edith Perkins. Lillian Rolls. Marlena Car
ter and Lawrence Carter. She also leave!
other relatives and friends. Remains rest
lngat the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church
1432 You st. n.w.
Funeral Thursday. March 10. at 2 p.m.
from the Mount Sinai Baptist Church
New Jersey ave. and Pierce st. n.w. Inter,
ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Rela
tives and friends invited. 9
COUI-TER. GEORGE. On Monday
7 1938 at Garfield Hospital
GEORGE COULTER, beloved son of Johr
and Ella Coulter, brother of Essie Louis
Willow Adams. Claude and John Coulter
He_also leaves other relatives and friends
Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvn
funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w.. when
funeral services will be held on Thursday
March 10. at 3:30 p.m. Interment Newton
Ji. c.
CUNNINGHAM, IREN* Departed thl
life on Tuesday. March s. 1938. IRENI
CUNNINGHAM of 1033 21st st. n.w.. be
loved wife of James Cunningham, mothe
of James, tr.; Josephine. Jean. Beverl:
and GayaeUe Cunningham. She also i;
aurvlved by two brothers, two sisters am
other relatives and friends. Remains rest
inf at Maivan & Schey’s funeral home
New jersey ave. and R st. n.w.
Notice of funeral to be announced later
Ul lll. On Tuesday. March 8
1938. LAURA DRUM, beloved wife o
George Drum.
Funeral from the W, W. Chambers Co
funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. ot
Friday. March 11. at 2 p.m. Relative
and friends are invited. Interment For
Lincoln Cemetery. 10
DUPPINS, CECELIA. On Tuesday
March 8. 1938. CECELIA DUPPINS. siste:
of Mabel Fountain and Marie Watson
niece of Jennie Coates and Catherine
Wayne, dear friend of Ethel Mont. Re
mains resting at Stewart’s funeral home
80 H st. n e
EDWARDS. JAMES T. On Monday
March .. ISIS, at his rcMdcncr. 1222 Tal
bert st. s.e , JAMES T. EDWARDS belovet
husband of Annie C. Edwards (nee Cun
Bingham).
Funeral from his late residence ot
Thursday. March Hi. at 8:30 a m.: thenci
to St. Teresa s Church. 1.1th and V sts. s.e.
where high reauiem mass will be offeree
at 9 a m. for the repose of his soul. Rela
tives and friends invited. Interment Hoi!
Rood Cemetery. 9
EDWARDS. MARY. Departed this lift
iS.SHS.6**-. Match 6. 1918. MARY ED
WARDS beloved wife of Joseph Edwards
(laughter of Mrs. Annie McGruder. sistei
cf Mrs. Nora Carter and mother of Gilbert
and Arthur Johnson. She also leaves foui
brothers and other relatives and friends
Remains resting at E. W. Bundy's funera;
home. 821 Florida ave. n.w.
Funeral Thursday. March 10. at 1 p.m.
from the Corinthian Baptist Church. 3rd
»t. between Q and R sts. n.w.
,?*y^AEB*V*AMES T. Members of Car
roll Council. No. 3,7. are hereby notiflet
of the death of JAMES T. EDWARDS
Members are requested to assemble at hi:
late residence. 1227 Talbert st. t:.e.. or
Wednesday. March 9. 1918. at s n.m.. foi
the recitation of the usual prayer.
Funeral Thursday at 9 a m. from St
Theresa a Church. All members are re
Guested to attend.
JOSEPH A. O'CONNELL.
_ , „ _ Grand Knight.
H. J. KANE, Pm. Secretary.
ETCHISON ERNEST LANSDALE. Ot
^5d^'JM"rc'h R' *' his residence
££0 23rd st. n w Washington. D. C
ERNEST LANSDALE ETCHISON. aged 7f
gears, beloved husband of Mary Petit:
Atchison.
Funeral services Thursday. March 10
at 2 pJ”-- *r°m lat* residence. Inter
ment Glenwood Cemetery.
ETCHISON. ERNEST L. On Tuesdav
March 8, 1938, ERNEST L. ETCHISON
PeDt?f husb>nd of M*ry *• Etchison (net
from hi* late residence. 62f
23rd at. n.w.. Thursday. March in. at 2
p.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 9
HALL. On Tuesday.
Match 8. 1938. at her residence. 8408
i®‘h «■, n.w.. MARY HALL FARMER,
Widow of Henry F. Farmer.
V^^tvices at the s H. Hines Co. funeral
Jpm*: rP01, Jfth at. n.w.. on Thursday.
HU.** 11 a-tn- Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. •
FORNWALD. SYLVESTER L. On Tues
March MW at]his residence. 105
Pth 't s.e.. SYLVESTER L. FORNWALD.
beloved husband of Florence A. Fnrnwald
„.£HnEral fr5™ *he James T. Ryan fu
home. 117 Pa. ave. s.e.. on Friday.
4 5f.Cj f*.2 p m Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. (Reading. Pa., papers please
copy.) jo
, EDGAR. On Monday. March 7.
1938. at .:40 p.m.. at his residence.
Gaithersburg. Md., EDGAR FULKS. ihe
beloved husband of Gertrude Walker Fulks
Funeral services at his late residence.'
Thursday. March 10. at 2:30 p.m. Inter
ment Forest Oak Cemetery. Gaithersburg.
Md. p
HAMLIN. BYRON EUGENE. On Tues
day. March 8. 1938. at his residence. 2400
l«th st n w BYRON EUGENE HAMLIN,
husband of Josephine N. Hamlin and fa
ther of Helen H. Hamlin.
Notice of aervlces later.
“V. ENOCH S. Departed this
life Tuesday. March 8. 1938. at 5 a m..
&yU5nr,£idSPc5.'Ji222 12th st- n.w.. Rev.
ENOCH 8. HARRIS, the beloved husband
or Mrs. Anna Harris. He leaves to mourn
their loss three daughters. Mrs. Lottie
E. Watson. Mrs. Isabella Bull and Beulah
Harris Remains resting with L. E. Mur
r»y A Son. 12th and V sts. n.w.
Notice of funeral later. 9
., HESTER. ARTHUR. On Wednesday,
awnrunt, j:at. Glenn Dale Sanatorium.
ARTHUR HESTER. beloved son of John
and Carrie Hester -of Raleigh. N. C..
brother of Vernon and Clarence Hester.
He also leaves other relatives and friends
Remains resting at. the W. Ernest Jarvis
funeral church. 1412 You st. n.w.
Notice of funeral later.
.,?• T, 0,1 Wednesday.
Si.,Yh* Homeopathic Hos
J^Sh EIiMER T. HUNTT. beloved husband
rf b™i,B' IUlnU ,and father of Bernadlne
C. Huntt. Remains resting at the Lee
funeral home. 4th st. and Mass, ave n e
Notice of funeral later.
lutsrcvT?qtw’ ,°n Saturday.
Mircn 193b. st Glenn Dale Sanatorium
Glenn Diale. Md.. WILLIAM JEFFERSON
11* ’SSve® lp mourn their loss a host oi
tr.152di i5S?al.bs JestlnB, at William T. A
st nw Tolbeus ,un*r»l home. 13U8 6th
f,£uh*ra> Thursday. March 10. at 2 p.m.,
from the above-named funeral home. Rev
WocSlaw? Cemetery!*1"*' Interment .*»
9T> March 7. 1938
•t hla residence. Kew Gardens Inn. Key
Gardens. N. Y., WILUAM JOHNS He"
curvlved by his wife. Ethel R. Johns in"
£lfnn,t*r’ M *5 Loulte Johns of Lake City
Services Thursday. March 10. at 8 p.m.
at the Fox funeral home. Forest Hills. N
Y. Interment Friday at 1 p.m. at Goshen
N- T._ 10
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
J. William Lee’s Sons Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR!
Crematorium
*U> and tlm at« nx uncoln 5301
Frank Geier’s Sons Co.
BjLjraaj* "<?■
V. L. SPEARE CO,
Rentier the successor to nor connected vltl
“•S&r irsw '£t;b,tf,uf
national 28P8 lUUSf H PleW«
Chamber^
One af the Largest
Undertakers m the World
1400 Chopin St. N.W. Col. 0433
81? 11th St. S-E. Atlantic 670<
>18 ClcTcland Arc., Rircrdale, hid,
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
WADE FLOWERS, Inc. Uf
Readied Funeral Sarara - _ *_
set uta st. n.w.Rename cat
GEO. C SHAFFER
Jg®gS3fcSS,uW^KF oA?oo
Cor. 14th&Eyi
CUM tadltt. . USS »•
1*13 F St n.w. 'Rational «*?«.
Sratija.
JOHNSON. JOHN FRANCIS. On Mpn
i day. March 7. 193ft. at Galllnger Hos
■ pltal. JOHN FRANCIS JOHNSON, beloved
son el Mrs. Emma Johnson, brother of
i Mrs. Helen Lyons. Mrs. Susie Thorn. Mrs.
• Elizabeth Collins of Stanford. Conn.: Mrs.
Lucille Lee. Mrs. Marie Burroughs. Mias
Emma Johnson. James. Walter. Edward.
Allen. George and Theodore Johnson: other
relatives and friends. Remains retting at
Adams A Smoot's funeral home. 2425
Nichols ave. s.e.
Funeral from the above funeral home on
Thursday. March 10. at. 8 a.m.: thence to
St. Mary's Catholic Church. Placataway.
Md.. where mass will be celebratM at 9
a.m. for the repose of hla soul. Relatives
and friends are Invited to attend. Inter
ment church cemetery.
keener. VIRGINIA. On Tuesday.
March 8. 1938. at her residence. 1002
7th st. n.w.. VIRGINIA KEENER. Wife of
William Keener, mother of Annie Clark.
Frances. Bernice. Lillian. Marguerite. Mil
ton. Arthur end Leon Keener: daughter
of Mrs. Mark Brooks. She also leaves a
brother. Calvin Brooks: two grandsons.
Leon Keener and Edward Clark, and other
relatives and friends. Remains resting at
Stewart's funeral home. 30 H st. n.e.
Notice of funeral later. 9
LAWSON. WILLIAM H. At his home.
Dickson. Tenn.. WILLIAM H. LAWSON, a
former employe of the Bureau of Engraving
and Printing. Surface Division.
Burial was at Lawsonham. Pa., March
7, 1938, •
MANLEY. CHARLES WEBSTER. De
parted this life en Saturday. March 6.
1938. at his residence. 50 K st n.e.. after
a brief illness. CHARLES WEBSTER MAN
LEY. devoted husband of Lena Manley,
loving father of Charles Bernard. Herbert
Franklin. James Alden and William Russell
Manley. Elsie Martina Briscoe and Ethel
Gertrude Johnson. He also leaves to mourn
their loss five sisiers. three brothers, six
grandchildren and other relatives and
friends. Remains resting at the Barbour
Bros, funeral home. 48 K st. n.e.
Funeral Thursday. March 10, at 11 a.m,.
from the above funeral home. Interment
Frederick County. Md. 9
MARSHALL. MARIE MADRE. Departed
this life Tuesday. March 8. 1938. in Freed
men's Hospital, after a brief illness. MARIE
MADRE MARSHALL, the devoted daughter
of the late Charlotte and Moses Marshall.
She leaves to mourn their loss a devoted
husband. Rev. James H. Marshall, and one
niece. Odessa Madre. Remains resting
with L. E. Murray A Son, 12 and V
sts. n.w.
Notice of funeral later.
MASON. ABRAM. On Wednesday.
March P. 1928. ABRAM MASON, husband
of the late Edna Mason, father of Bernard
Mason and Mrs. Lorraine Johnson. He
also is survived by other relatives and
friends. Remains resting at Malvan A
Schey's funeral home. New Jersey ave. and
R st n.w.
Notice of funeral to be announced later.
MATTHEWS. BETTY. Departed this
; life on Tuesday. March 8. 1938. at 7:45
p m., at her residence. 307 11th st. n e..
BETTY MATTHEWS. Remains resting at
Ruth Dabney s funeral home. 453 O st.
n.w
Nfltica nf fun an 1 laiar
MrDANNEL. MARY LANE. On Tuesday,
• March 8. 193*. at 1855 Wyoming avr.
■ n.w.. MARY LANE McDANNEL. beloved
wife of Josebh A. McDannel.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 3901 14th st n.w.. on Friday.
March 11. at 11:30 a m In'erment Cedar
HiU Cemetery. Please omit flowers. 10
NORRIS. GEORGE W. On Wednesday.
March 9, 1938. at his residence. 715 Ran
dolph st. n.w.. GEORGE W. NORRIS, hus
band of the late Irene B. Norris and fa
ther of George M. Norris.
Funeral services at the above residence
i on Friday. Marrh 11. at 3 p.m. Inter
ment Rock Creek Cemetery. 10
OI.ER. EMMA. On Monday. March 7.
; 1938. at her residence. EMMA OLER. aged
ol years.
; , Funeral from tne Sereeon Co. funeral
home, loll 7th st. n.w. on Thursday.
March 10. at 3 n m. Relatives and friends
invited to attend. Interment Washington
National Cemetery.
POSPISIEL. BARBARA. On Monday.
March 1938. at Providence Hospital.
BARBARA POSPISIEL beloved wife of
■ the late Dr. JOSEPH POSPISIEL and
mother of Joseph W. and Edward J. Pos
pisiel and Mrs. Elsie F. Pearson.
| , Funeral will be held from Timothy Han
*on s funeral parlors. 04 L H st. n.e.. on
: Thursday. March 10. at 8:30 am. Re
ouiem mass at St. Joseph's Church at 9
am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Relatives and friends invited. »
ROBINSON, LEROY B. Departed this
life suddenly. March 0. 1938. at 3 gm..
LEROY B ROBINSON, the beloved son
of Grace E Robinson and the late Fred
erick L. Robinson; brother of the late
Roscoe O. Robinson. He leaves to mourn
their loss a grandmother. Louisa Whit
field: one uncle. Frederick E Whit
field; two great aunts, one great uncle
and a host of other relatives and friends.
Remains resting with L. E. Murray & Son.
13th and V sts. n.w.
Funeral Wednesday evening. March 9.
at 8 p.m . Rev. E. C. Smith officiating,
from the above-mentioned funeral parlors.
Burial at. FauQUier County. Va. All friends
are invited. 0
SMITH. MARY E. Departed this life on
Monday. March 1938, at 1:05 p m., at
her residence. 3418 Shannon place s.e .
MARY E. SMITH, beloved wife of John L.
Smith: devoted mother of Leonard and
Clarence D. Smith of California and grand
mother of Lucille Smith She is also sur
vived by two sisters. Mrs Fannie Garner
of Baltimore. Md.. and Mrs. Mamie Smith
of Charles County. Md : sisters-in-law.
Mrs. Frances Mudd. Mrs Katie Mack. Mrs.
Maggie Addison and Mrs. Mollie Clarke:
brother-in-law. Walter Mack: also other
relatives and many friends. Remains may
be seen at above residence after 3 p.m.
Wednesday. March 9.
Funeral services Thursday. March 10. at
13 roon. at Bethlghem Baptist Church.
Nichols ave and Howard id. s.e.. Rev. J. C.
Banks officiating. Relatives and friends
invited to attend. Interment In Rosemont
Cemetery. 9
saunuts. us. Arthur, on Wednes
day. March 9. 1938. at his residence. 122
North Alfred st.. Alexandria. Va.. Dr.
ARTHUR SNOWDEN, a Bed 7 5 years, hus
band of the late Anna Mary Windsor
Snowden.
Funeral services on Friday. March 11.
at 10 a.m.. at his late residence. Inter
ment private. The family reauests the
omission of flowers.
SPRIGGS. GERTRUDE. On Tuesday.
March 8. 1938. at her residence. 2119
North Dinwiddle st.. Arlington. Va . GER
TRUDE SPRIGGS, beloved daughter of the
late Robert Spriggs. She leaves to mourn
their loss three sisters. Miss Nellie Lewis.
Mrs. Rosie Morton and Mrs Hillnda
Bowles: five hrothers. Samuel. James. Ver
non. Elvy and George 8pTiggs: two aunts,
two nieces and other relatives and friends.
Remains resting at the Ridgely A Hicks
funeral home. 2930 M st. n.w.
Notice of funeral later.
SULLIVAN. ANNIE C. On Monday.
March 7. 1938. at Providence Hospital.
ANNIE C. SULLIVAN, widow of the late
Dennis A. Sullivan of 1103 4th at. s.w..
and mother of John L.. Edward P. and
Dennis A. Sullivan.
Funeral from the chapelof P. A. Talta
vull. 436 7th st. s.w., on Thursday. March
10. at 9:30 a.m.; thence to St. Dominic’s
Church, where requiem mass will be offered
at 10 a.m. for the repose of her soul. Rel
atives and friends are invited to attend.
Interment in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mem
bers of the Third Order of St. Dominic
please take notice. 9
SYKES. ELIZABETH L. On Wednesday.
March 9. 1938. at the residence of her
daughter. Mrs. Edith Wilcox. 1221 M st.
n.w.. ELIZABETH L. SYKES. Remains
resting at the S. H Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w.
Funeral services at the Church of the
Ascension. 12th st. and Mass. ave. n.w.. on
Friday. March 11. at 10 a.m. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. Services and Inter
ment private. Kindly omit flowers. 10
THOMAS. CLARENCE. On Wednesday.
Walter Reed Hospital.
CLARENCE THOMAS, devoted brother of
William Douglas. Richard. Frank and Jos
eph Thomas: Mrs. Mary Smith. Mrs. Me
linda Hawkins. Mrs. Chloia Gross. Mrs.
Annie Lambert and Mrs. Cora Hitchcock.
He also leaves other relatives end friends.
Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis
funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w.
Notice of funeral later.
WALKER. ANNIE. Departed this life on
Monday. March 7 193S. at Gallinger Hos
pital, ANNIE WALKER of 1827 6th st.
2iwi.w8h*. Lpavps a loving daughter. Mrs.
Matilda Johnson, and many other rela
!‘vp* V>d friends. Remains resting at
the J. L. Lowe funeral home. 913 Florida
•ve. n.w.
Miss1""*' *nd lnterm*nt lr- Clerked ale.
Jttt ftumnrtam.
MART E. Sacred to the mem*
mmar*K°*ther* MARY *• bealL
Ju?ch*8 1925thlrt**n **»■
Yhc 'J-ttl* road to yesterday
Winds forever through my heart.
Its memories, dear and precious.
A to ofmy life a Dart.
DEVOTED DAUGHTER. FANNIE. •
BEALL. MARY E. Sacred to the mem
ory of my mother. MARY E. BEALL, who
1 noRm* thlrtefn T**r* ®*° today. March 9.
Wh»t i» home without a mother?
i All things this world may send.
Bui, when you lose your precious mother.
You ve lost your dearest friend.
HER DEVOTED SON, GEORGE •
1 , CHRISMEN. CLARA V. In sad but lov
ing. .remembrance of our dear mother,
CLARA V. CHRISMEN. who departed thU
life one year ago. March n. 1937.
God needed another anael
i To worship before His throne,
i So He looked out from heaven
And called our mother home.
If ever a love existed.
If ever a sweet flower grew;
If ever a soul filled Its mission on earth.
Dear mother, it surely was you.
^EOR&VI^EL<W<SU£ATO*
COMFHER. JENNIE. In sad but loving
ljtT,.?r?Ertn.Cf. °.f ,?ur attT wife and mother.
JENNIE COMPHER. who passed away
twenty-six years ago, March 9. 1912.
You left behind some broken hearts
_ That loved you so sincere.
That never did and never will
, Forget you. mother, dear.
1 LOVING FAMILY. •
HENNING, GEORGE A. In sad but
loving memory of my dear, devoted hus
band. GEORGE A. HENNING, who was
taken from me so suddenly ten years ago
; today, March 9. 1928.
The blow was hard, the shock severe.
We never thought his death so near;
Only those who have lost can tell
The pain of parting without farewell.
What would 1 dve to hold his hand.
His dear face fust to see;
His loving smile, his welcome voice.
That meant so much to me.
He little, thought when leaving home
That he would never return.
That he so soon to death would Steep
SUTHERLAND SEEN
IN KEYSTONE RACE
Pittsburgh Coach May Be
Drafted by G. 0. P. for
Second Place.
By thf Associated Press.
PITTSBURGH, March 9.—Possible
candidacy of Dr. John Bain (Jock)
Sutherland for Lieutenant Governor
loomed anew today as Western Penn
sylvania Republican leaders were In
vited here to discuss plans for con
ducting a campaign that will leave the
party without rancor after the May
primary.
The University of Pittsburgh’s lanky
Sutherland, one of the Nation’s out
standing football coaches, has been re
ported under consideration as a run
ning mate for both GifTord Pinchot
and Superior Court Judge Arthur H.
James, aspirants for the Republican
gubernatorial nomination.
Mr. Sutherland, also an instructor
at the university, said:
“The rumor that petitions have been
circulated asking that I become a can
didate for Lieutenant Governor comes
as a surprise because I have never had
any ambitions politically.
“Naturally, I should feel honored If
I were cinsidered qualified for a posi
tion of high political trust and re
sponsibility.”
The “harmony” conference of party
leaders from 25 counties was called
for Thursday by Allegheny County
Chairman Prank J. Harris, who said
that no matfcr how "spirited” the
campaign becomes, the candidates
would be urged to eliminate personali
ties for "rigid adherence to the Issues
of the day.”
None of the county chairmen will
be asked to make commitments for any
candidate, he said, adding that “we
will also consider the possibilities of
I working out a compromise with candi
dates who don't have a chance.”
Meantime, In Philadelphia, Repub
lican State Chairman G. Edward
Green sounded another harmony note.
He conferred with party leaders there
and said: “I am still maintaining a
neutral position as State chairman.”
BYRON EUGENE HAMLIN
DIES OF LONG ILLNESS
Retired Detroit Manufacturer
Was Resident of This City
for Past 14 Years.
Byron Eugene Hamlin, 85, retired
Detroit manufacturer, died yesterday
after a long illness at his residence,
2400 Sixteenth street N.W.
Mr. Hamlin had been a resident of
this city about 14 years, coming here
after his retirement. He was in busi
ness in Detroit for many years.
He Is survived by his widow. Mrs.
Josephine N. Hamlin, and a daughter,
Miss Helen H. Hamlin.
The body is to be taken to Detroit
for funeral services and burial. Other
details of the funeral arrangements
were to be announced later.
DENTIST DIES
Dr. James W. Ridgeway Victim
•of Pneumonia in Shanghai.
Dr. James Welford Ridgway, 43. a
dentist and native of Washington, died
today of pneumonia in Shanghai,
China, the Associated Press reported.
Dr. Ridgway entered the Dental
Corps of the Navy shortly after he was
graduated from Georgetown Uni
versity in 1917 and served as an officer
in the Navy for three years.
His widow and daughter are in San
Francisco.
MARRIAGE LICENSE
APPLICATIONS.
Id'on O Jacobson. OR. Chicago, and Eliza
beth L. Benton 21. Silver Spring. Md :
_ the Rev. R. 8. Harp
Warner T. S. Briggs. 25. 20.11 Florida ave.
n.w.. and Ruth H. Harris. 27. Dupont
Circle Apartments; the Rev. J. O. Arm
strong. Id.
David H. legum. 75, and Frances E. Luchs.
20. both ol 2844 Connecticut ave. n.w.;
_the Rev Abram Simon
William W. Crowe. 1r.. 24. Cartersville. Ga .
and Norma M. Young. 20. 1158 Sheridan
at. n.w.; the Rev. G. G. Johnson.
George W. Blakeslee. 72. 2720 R st. s.e..
and Dorothy J. Pitman. 20. 7270 Blair
rd. n.w.; the Rev. C E Hawthorne.
John E. P. Polen. 24. 1150 Massachusetts
ave. s.e. and Frances H. Linscott. 22.
210 Kentucky ave. s.e.; the Rev. P. J.
_ Bogley.
Roscoe W. White. 21. 7012 M st. n.w.. and
Miry A Jones. 25. 2117 Newport pi.
n.w.: the Rev. D. E. Wiseman.
Mack M Belcher. 21, Plymouth. N. C., and
Drdalie Scott. 2.1. 1121 1st st. n.w.; the
Rev. W. J. Miller.
WilliamT Massey. 74. 141ft Que st. n.w..
and Elean L. Palmer, 22, 1410 Corcoran
st. n.w.; the Rev. Robert Anderson.
Harry Crook. 28. Baltimore, and Jean
Guliere. 22. 1156 Morse st. n.e.: the
Rev. J. T. Loeb.
Alexandria.
Ch?IIeJ *nd ^n* Akehurst.
1ft. both of Baltimore. Md.
Leon Frohman. 10. and Betty Miller. 25,
both of Baltimore, Md.
?■ ?-■ and Joan W. Gardner,
25. both of Baltimore, Md.
Charles F. Koogle. .21. of Annapolis. Md..
and Ruth E. Melvin, 20. of Llnthleum
Heights. Md.
Paul M. Keneflck. 11, of Washington, and
Bessie B Huxley. 34, of Minneapolis.
Minn.
William J Lynch. 22. and Margaret M.
Carter. 22. both of Baltimore. Md.
Samuel W. Mead. 57. of Collingswood. N. J.,
and Mary E. Marley. 44. of Camden. N. J.
Robe 11 F. Mitchell. Jr.. 20. of Catonsville.
Md.. and Ruth M. Baldwin. 21, of Bal
timore. Md
Frederick J. MeClarren. 10. of Fort Belvolr.
Va„ and Marie Fantecht, 30, of Byrne
dal. Pa.
Thomas W Skinner. 45. and Frances L.
..Hare, 48. both of Baltimore. Md.
Max J. Blum. 24. and Flora E. Cohen. 21,
both of Baltimore. Md.
Fairfax.
Oarnlc Mason Knott 23. and Mildred
Donnie Stegall. 22. both R. F. D„ Hern
_don.
Warren Henry White. 26. and Helen Rose
Massey. 21. both R. P.- D.. Anaeostla,
Paul Jiile Wade. 27. and Margie Pauline
Jennings. 21. both of Fairfax.
Carroll Vivian Ellis 25 and Louise Rita
Mess. 21. both of Washington. D. C.
In UtmarUum
PAYNE. LUCY. Sacred to the memory
of our dear mother. Mrs. LUCY PAYNE,
who departed this life three years aso to
day. March 9. 1935.
No one knows how we miss you.
No one knows the bitter pain
we have suffered since we lost you.
. __y fe has never been the same.
^SS^Sn carb!* *"?■
_****• SAMUEL. A tribute of love and
affection to the memory of my dear father.
*AMp®< SAKE who departed this life
seven years aco. March 0. 1931. •
HIS DEVOTED SON. •
„ ®*,*yT*. ELIZABETH A. Sacred to the
FL*P2£y out dearly beloved wife, mother
•»<« crandmother. ELIZABETH A SHEETS.
?hl.t,,1el£E,1.W *lx month*
fe ‘f. the tettti;
Too far away for slcht or speech.
But not too far for thoucht to reach.
Sweet to remember her who once was here
And who, thouch absent. Is lust as dear.
The rolllnc stream of life rolls on.
But still the vacant ehalr
Recalls the love, the voice the smile
..Of the one who once sat there.
H%&"'J8gDT>]!8®#glM&A32$eER
When twllleht hours pass one after another
And the beautiful sunset flames the sky.
Then we often think of you. dear crand
mother.
And of many happy days cone by.
A crandmother who cava the best of her
Who s cherished our^secrets. sorrow and
She taucht us to love and also to pray—
Our srandmothsr la heaven. God blase you
Job Has Trials,
Barkley Admits
In Senate Tiff
By the Associated Press.
Senator Barkley, Democrat, of Ken
tucky admit* his job as Democratic
Senate leader is not without its trials.
"I may be the titular leader, but
there are a great many who do not
acknowledge me as such,” Senator
Barkley told the Senate yesterday in
a spirited exchange with Senator
Wheeler, Democrat, of Montana over
the Government reorganization bill.
"I am not one of them,” disclaimed
Senator Wheeler, who is one of a group
of Democratic Senators opposing the
measure.
“No, I know that,” replied Senator
Barkley, “but there are others.”
PURPLE MASQUE PLAYERS
TO STAGE ‘JUNGLE LORE’
Director of Northwestern U.
Theater Also Speaks Friday
. at Cardozo School.
Prof. Garrett H. Leverton, director
of the Northwestern University Thea
ter, will speak on “Dramatics in the
School Curriculum” and the Purple
Masque Players of Cardozo High
School will stage a play, ‘‘Jungle Lore,”
in a program at Cardozo Friday at
8 p.m.
Dr. Garnet C. Wilkinson, first as
sistant superintendent of schools, will
preside at the affair, which is under
the auspices of the Committee on
Speech of the Department of English
in Divisions 10-13.
The play, written by Mrs. Louise J.
Lovett, teacher of dramatics at the
high school, concerns African life in
the jungle.
SHIPPING NEWS
Arrivals and Departures at
New York
ARRIVALS.
ANTONIA—Southsmpton _4:OOP.M.
CHEROKEE—Jacksonville . „ 6:30 A.M.
FORT AMHERST—St. John* PM
KUNGSHOLM—West Indies
cruise _ OOOAM
KE5!gSA^-Trlnldad mu Si'Ioa.m.
PARIS—Havre _ 6 30PM
SAMARIA—Liverpool _ 8:00 AM
SOUTHERN CROSS—
Buenos Aires _ 2 00 PM.
TALAMANCA—Santa Marta_2:00 P.M?
Tomorrow.
BREMEN—Bremen 8 00 PM
CHAMPLAIN—West Indies '"'I' am
EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA—
West Indies _ 8-30 AM
NEW_VORK—South America —.11:30 a m!
?25»RTwEj.FEE—Notfolk-3:00 P.M.
FS5,A.^ifdlt.err,ne*n - Noon
SIN JUAN—Aztia 8:00 A.M.
TRANSYLVANIA—Bermuda 5:00 P.M.
Friday, March It.
ACADIA—Bermuda . _ 0:00 AM
CARINTHIA—Nassau ....I 4 00 P M
GEORGE WASHINGTON—
Norfolk _ _3 no p M
HANSA—Hamburg 2 00PM
MONARCH OF BERMUDA—
Bermuda 8:30 AM
FILSI-DSK1—West Indie* I" A.m!
SHAWNEE—Miami 11:00 A.M.
Satnrday. Mareh 1*.
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM—
Savannah 7:00 AM
PRESIDENT HARDING—
Hamburg
STAVANGERFJORD—Oslo .III
Sunday. Mareh 13.
RATORY—Gdynia . _
FrKV’.Fa1'^-:Norfolk-3:00 P.M.
vF-Fara^-£0rt ^lmon - 5:00 P.M.
YUCATAN—Vera Cruz _8:00 P.M.
SAILING.
Tra ns-Atlantif. 1
Today.
5oi,5lB9—vH*mbur* - Midnight
MOLDA—Lisbon Q 30 AM
£■*» cli. —?,ou •h * m m on l Noon
WASHINGTON—Hamburg_ Noon
Tomorrow.
ANTONIA—London 5-00 PM
crevS Jf!“NCQUi—Antwerp-12Ian p.m!
GREYLOCK—Berta 1 -30 A M
NEW BROOKLYN—Lagoa. 8:30 A.M.'
Friday. Mareh 11. -
AMERICAN* FARMLR—London 4-nnP.M.
BREMEN—Bremen Midnight
f?»ijy^LAfrr_NL'd,l,.'r.,'*n(*n - Midnight
SCANSTATES—HelsinJI _ 5:00 P.M.
\ INGARLN—Gothenburg 11:00 A.M.
, Saturday, Mareh 12.
PARIS—Havre _ Noon
ROMA—Gibraltar ... __ " Noon
SAMAFIA—Liverpool _11:30 A.M.
Sunday. Mareh 13.
No sailings scheduled.
Monday. March 14.
No sailings scheduled.
SAILING.
(Soath and Central America, West Indies
and Canada.)
Todsy.
ANTIC.UA—Santa Marta_ Noon
gfO^GIC—West Indies_5:00 P.M.
«est Indie*-3:00 P.M.
ORIENTE—Havana ___ 4 00 PM
QUEEN OF BERMUDA—
Bermuda _ 3 00PM
TACmRA M,r,eaibo .IIIIII 8.30 A M!
TIVIVES—Port Limon_ . Noon
Tomorrow.
£Rcn5£i7jru^,I°, _3:00 P.M.
VYi£^B.,.A^Sirt*eena _4: on P.M.
JAMES McGEE—Guirla R'.m a x*
LAFAYETTE-Bermuda I™:: 10:00 P.m!
Friday. Mareh 11.
EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA—
Nassau 10*00 PM
FLORA—St. Marc "I. 4:00 PM
J. L. LUCKENBACH—Pacific
ports _ 5*00 PM
itaiKP852«5r£_,%st Ind|es -II 4:oo P.M'
! DRAKE—Georgetown — 7:00 P.M.
LINNELI.—Macelo O oo A M
5Fffrl’0.5Fi-s2utMmerlc» -^11:00 p.m!
SANTA INEZ—South America,- 5:00P.M.
InSnAr?08^Cristobal ... 5:00 P.M.
SIBONEY—VeraCruz 4:OOPM
STL’YVESANT—West Indies . I 4ioo PjX:
Saturday, March 12.
ACADIA—Bermuda _5:00 PM
CARINTHIA—Nassau 3:00 PM
FORT AMHERST—St. John's 11:00 A M'
MONARCH OF BERMUDA—
Bermuda 3-00 PM
NERISSA—West Indies __ Noon
PILSUDSKI—West Indies_8:00 P.M
SAN JUAN—San Juan _ Noon
TALAMANCA—Port Limon ... Noon
TRANSYLVANIA—Havana_11:00 AM
WESTERN WORLD—South
American . . ..1:00 P.M.
Sunday. Mareh IS.
No sailings scheduled.
Monday, March 14. ,
No sailings scheduled.
_EDUCATIONAL.
Made Eazv
bv the
_ Berlitz Method
JERLIT2
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
SCHOOLS OF LAW AND
OF ECONOMICS AND
GOVERNMENT
Spring Term Begins March 14, IBS*.
Summer Term Begins Jane 16. IASS.
Registrar’s Office
818 13th St. N.W.
- . Phone NAt. AA17.
Qpca tar registration B am. to 7 p.m.
RESORTS.
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
HOTEL HAMPTON I
938 Lincoln Road
“Fifth Arenac of the Sooth”
A GOOD address. A com
fortable hotel, conven
ient to all eharches,
theaters, golf
eoarses, ocean ,
bathing. Boot can
d e e k. Bestrleted
clientele.
Snrinc Rates—
European Plan
Single SA to S3
Daily .
Doable SS to f 4
Dally
For reservations
write or wire
Wilbur T. Mur
ray. Manager
--
J. T. EDWARDS RITES
' WILL BE TOMORROW
Retired Foreman of Engraving
Bureau Will B« Buried in
Holy Rood Cemetery.
James T. Edwards, 73, a retired
foreman of the Bureau of Engraving
and Printing, who died Monday at
his home, 1222 Talbert street S.E.,
will be burled tomorrow in Holy Rood
Cemetery. Funeral services will be
held • at 9 a.m. tomorrow In Bt.
Teresa’s Catholic Church, following
brief services at the residence. The ’
Rev. J. J. Clark will celebrate re- 1
qulem mass. i
Mr. Edwards had long been a promt- l
nent member of St. Teresa's Church. 1
He also belonged to the Holy Name So- <
ciety, the League of the Sacred Heart, 1
the 8t. Vincent de Paul Society and
the Knights of Columbus. A native of
St. Marys County, Md., Mr. Edwards
came to Washington In 1890 and en- ,
tered Government service. He re
tired about three years ago. He is
survived by his widow, Mrs. Annie C.
Edwards.
MRS. GEORGE DRUM DIES
AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Native of Pittsburgh, Pa., Had
Resided in Washington
Since 1900.
Mrs. Laura Drum, 72. of 1669 Co
lumbia road N.W.. wife of George
Drum, former employe of the elec
trical department at the Capitol, died
yesterday In a local hospital after a
long illness.
Mrs. Drum, a native of Pittsburgh,
had been a resident here since 1900.
Besides her husband she leaves a sis
ter, Mrs. Mary J. Stauffer of Pitts
burgh.
Funeral services will be held at 3
P-m. Friday in the Chambers funeral
home, 1400 Chapin street N.W. Burial
will be in Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
-. ■ ■■
PENNSYLVANIA TO PUT
PAY LAW IN EFFECT
Minimum Wages for Women to
• Be Applied First to Laundry
Industry.
By tt.e Associated Press.
HARRISBURG, Pa., March 9.—The
State government picked the laundry
Industry today as the first to apply
Pennsylvania's new minimum wage
law for women workers.
The act, passed by the 1937 Legis
lature, provides for appointment of
a board of nine members, three repre
sentating employers, three labor, and
three representing the general rubllc.
Ralph M. Bashore, secretary of labor
and industry, said about 17,000 wom
en were employed in the laundry in
dustry at wages averaging between
*11 and *12 a week. He said applica
tion of the law to other ‘‘service in
dustries,” Including restaurants and
hotels, would follow.
"Our purpose is to establish min
imum wage scales first in the service
industries—hotels, restaurants, laun
dries—where conditions are partic
ularly grievous,” he said.
BIRTHS REPORTED.
George and Lucille Sauerwefn. boy.
Israel and Dora Lahman. girl.
Edward and Sadie Kelly, boy.
William and Helen Hlllmuth. boy.
James and Margaret Graham, boy.
Leonard and Jeanette Schlosser, boy.
Bratnard and Adella Lee. boy.
Zoliie and Nile James, girl.
Thomas and Adelaide Turner, girl.
Alexander and Dorothy Bryan. Jr„ girl.
Walter and Nellie Thomas, girl.
John and Marie Pritchard, boy
Bertram and Rose Wiggins, boy.
Austin and Lelia Branner. boy.
Irving and Elizabeth Lang. boy.
Mitchell and Marjorie Snellings, girl.
Lewis and Thelma Morgan, girl.
Chester and Carrie Davis bov.
Frederick and Juanita Woodland girl.
James and Dorothy Rodgers, girl.
Luther and Virginia Williams, girl.
Alan and Antha Ezell, boy.
William and Roseland Kelly, girl.
Allen and Bernice Walker, girl.
DEATHS REPORTED.
Alice C. Sherwood. 84 4801 Conn. »ve.
Arabella H. Taylor. 84. 220 H st. n.e.
Sarah Vermillion. 82. Gallinger Hospital.
Charles K. Urner. 83 306 D st. n.e.
John Schallerfl 83. 2820 Vista st. n.e.
Marion W. Kerby. 7.3. 3338 Nichols ave. s.e.
Barbara Paspisiel. 68. Providence Hospital.
Charles A. Rldgway. 68. 4437 48th st. n.w.
Annie Sullivan. 67. Providence Hospital.
Richard J. Kennedy, 62, 620 North Caro
lina ave. s.e.
Goodman Aronstenl. 58. 3018 Summit *1.
n.e.
Lillie Gross. 67. Georgetown Hospital.
George Taylor. Jr.. 66. Gallinger Hospital.
Mary C. Ploore. 62. 1602 Hobart st. n.w.
Charles Leland. 48. Gallinger Hospital
Emily Mullock, 48. under Calvert Street
Bridge.
Margaret Fogarty. 46. Sibley Hospital.
Helen Frasher. 45. St. Elizabeth's Hospital.
Melinda Cooper. 44. Gallinger Hospital
Samuel E. Argent. 41. Georgetown Hos
pital.
Charles F. Oakes. 34. Gallinger Hospital.
Infant Walter E. Heffner. Walter Reed
Hospital
Angie Whlttendon. 68. 4219 Eades st n.e.
James Taylor. 61. Gallinger Hospital.
John C. Payne. 67. Smoot Sand & Gravel.
Lee Nelson 47, Casualty Hospital.
Clarence Howe. 47. 1(1 R st. n.w
Lucy E. Newman. 47, 2018 6th st n w
Mamie Morris. 32. Gallinger Hospital.
DOCTORS RECOMMEND
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AMBULANCES
$ ^ any place
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Phone Columbia 04)2
Ona at the Largest Undertakers
la the WerM
Court-Martial
Will Be Asked
For Gov. Martin
Oregon Head I» Held
Guilty of Violence in
Remark on Lewis.
Sy th» Associated Prsss,
OAKLAND, Calif., March 9—E. E.
Nard, secretary of the Alameda
Jounty Industrial Labor Council.
Aid today he will ask a court-martial
or Gov. Charles H. Martin of Oregon,
i retired Army major general, be
aus* of a remark that John L. Lewis,
?. I. O. head, "will get a warm recep
tion if he comes to Oregon."
Ward said his organization (C. I. O.)
vould petition President Roosevelt
ind Army officials for the court
nartial on the specific charge of to
uting violence. He held Martin was
subject to court-martial as a Reserve
Army officer.
Martin made the remark recently
in expressing hope Lewis would stay
»ut of Oregon, where the Governor
said he was not wanted.
DR. WATSON OF G. W. U.
TO SPEAK ON‘TAXATION’
Economics Professor to Give Sixth
Lecture In Night School
Pree Series.
Dr. Donald S. Watson, professor of
sconomlcs at'George Washington Uni
versity, will speak on "Taxation” at
Central High School at 8:15 o’clock
tonight. Dr. Watson's talk is the sixth
n a series of free lectures and dls
•ussions on national relationships
iponsored by the public night schools,
he public library, colleges, univer
iities and newspapers.
Lectures to follow will, cover higher
(ducation, America to the family of
rations, the press as molder of public
vptoion, and other subjects of current
lational interest.
A short reading list on the subject
>f each lecture has been prepared by
he Public Library for free distribu
tion at the meetings.
Milburn T. ZIRKLE Co.
PDNHAL DIEECTOEB
Ambulance Service
510 C St. N.E. Unc. 5537
Nartb Sid* at Staatea rarb
CEDAR HILL
9 Washington's Most Beautiful
CEMETERY
LISTEN TO THE
SUNDAY PLAYERS
EVERY SUNDAY AT
2 P.M.—W.J.S.V.
W. W. CHAMBERS
ONE OF
THE LARGEST
UNDERTAKERS
IN THE WORLD
In the last 15 years, I have burled
more people per population than
any other large city undertaker in
the world. When Chambers is
your undertaker you have the big
gest and best equipped in the city.
There are others like everything
else, and very good ones, too. but
U you don’t know exactly whose
advice to take, use your own! It’s
better to be safe than sorry. Call
S rUNEIAl HOMES
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When you want I
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mellow and satisfying . . .
you don’t have to experi
ment .. .Just call for
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ff Wwhlusf, D. C T«L njWt 2929
FUNERAL RITES HELD
FOR GOODMAN ARONSTEIN
Burial in Ohev Sholom Cemetery
for Merchant Tailor Who
Retired 5 Team Ago.
Goodman Aronstein, 68. retired mer
chant tailor, who died Monday at his
home, 2018 Summit place N.E., was
buried yesterday In the Ohev Sholom
Cemetery. Funeral services were held
in the Danzansky funeral parlors,
3501 Fourteenth street N W.
Mr. Aronstein, for 37 years a resident
of this city, was in the tailoring busi
ness many years, retiring about five
years ago.
Surviving are a son, Dr. Charles G.
Aronstein, physician; two daughters,
Mrs. Albert J. Sherman and Miss
Jennie G. Aronstein, and a brother,
Aaron Aronstein, all of this <^ty. He
also leaves two grandchildren.
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twenty-five and forty-five who are
most frequently responsible for
the making of funeral arrange
ments.
Few young people are intelligently
prepared to assume this respon
sibility. Do you know, for in
stance, anything about caskets
... what is available ... what will
be most suitable? Do you know
what a funeral costs and why?
The best way to get specific
knowledge of caskets and funeral
costs is to come here ahead of
time and discuss the subject with
us.
Ryan De Luxe Ambulance
Service is the Last Word in
Ambulance Service, Phone
AT. 1700.
James T. Ryan
Funeral Director
317 Pa. Ate. S.E. ATlantic 1700-1701
Glides
Flowers
follow in
the wake
of the “Stork”
After the "stork” visits one of
your friends, don’t waste time
looking for an appropriate gift
for the new youngster, but come
direct to any one of the four
Gude Bros. Co. stores and order
A Mll.issl Mi
filled with dainty flower*. "Rock-a-bye-baby’’ in tiny, clear tone* will .
greet both mother and babe on removing a greeting card.
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5:45 P.M., Station WJSV
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