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MURPHY, JULIA C. Wp wish to ex
press our sincere thanks and appreciation
to our relatives and manv friends for their
kind expressions of sympathy, mass cards
and floral tributes at th* death of our be
loved wife ana mother. JULIA C MURPHY
HUSBAND AND CHILDREN.
Deatljs.
ADAMS, ARTHUR C. On Wednesday.
March 18. 1038. at his residence. 3218
North 4th st.. Arlington Va. ARTHUR C.
ADAMS, beloved husband of Leontine -Tow
son Adams and son of the late Amos S.
and Sarah W Adams. Remains resting at
the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901
14th st. n.w.
Notice of funeral later.
ALIEN. FRANCES S. On Monday.
March 14. 1938. at Freedmen’s Hospital.
FRANCES S ALLEN, the beloved daughter
of Jesse and Mary V. Allpn of 24n Parker
st. n.e., sister of Carolyn. Lorraine and
Phillip Allen. A host of other relatives
and friends also survive her. Remains
resting at Henry s. Washington & Sons*
funeral heme. 487 N st. n.w . buf may be
vipwed at Imr late residence after 5 p.m.
today.
Funprnl from her late residence Thurs
day March 17. at 8:30 a.m.: thence to the
Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. New York
and New Jersey aves. n.w.. where mass will
be offered at 9 a.m. for the repose of her
soul. Relatives and friends invited. Inter
ment in Mount Olivet Cemetery. •
BABBINGTON JAMES FRANCIS. On
Monday. March 14. 1938. at Garfield Hos
pital. JAMES FRANCIS BABBINGTON. be
loved husband ot Dorothy R. Babbington
tr.pp Harris', of 2852 Bclair pi. n.e.
Funeral will be held from Timothy Han
lon’s funeral parlors. 841 H st. n.e.. on
Friday. March 18. at 8:30 a.m. Requiem
mass at St. Aloysius Church at 9 a.m.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. 17
BFCKER. MARY OLIVIA DEAKINS. On
Tuesday. March 15. 1938. at her residence.
3110 Woodland drive n.w.. MARY OLIVIA
DEAKINS BECKER, widow of Conrad
Becker
Services at her late residence on Thurs
day. March 17. at *2 p.m. Interment,
private. Rock Creek Cemetery.
BECKSTEDT. SOPHIE. On Monday.
March 14. 1938. at her residence. 434
8th st. s.w.. in the 79th year of her age.
SOPHIE BECKSTEDT. widow of Henry
Beckstedt and mother of Mrs. Nettie Gray
and Mrs. Pauline Drinane.
Funeral from the above residence on
Thursday. March 17. at 2 pm. Relatives
anri friends are invited. Interment Pros
pect Hill Cemetery. Arrangements by
P. A. Taltavull. 10
BELL. EDITH MAE. On Wednesday.
March 18. 193V at Georgetown University
Hospital. EDITH MAE BELL beloved wife
of the late ,1. Archey Bell. m^her of Mrs.
Dorothy Bell Hill of 17<>1 s** lane n.w.
Remains resting at the fir borne of
Wm. Reuben Pur.iphrey. 7«' Wisconsin
ave . Bethesda. Md.
Notice of funeral later.
BOBBITT. NELLIE. Departed this life
Tuesday. March 15. 1938. at her rrsidence.
018 S st. n.w.. NELLIE BOBBITT She
leaves to mourn their loss two devoted sis
ters Lucille Bobbitt and Cornelia A.
Prattls; one brother-in-law. Stephpn E
Prattis; three aunts, one uncle and other
relatives and friends.
Notice of funeral later. •
BOBBITT. NELLIE. Officers and mem
bers of Queen Rebecca Household of Ruth.
No. 798. G. U. O of O F.. are hereby noti
fied to meet in Odd P'ellows' Temple on Fri
day. March is. 1938. at 8 pm. to arrange
for the funeral of Sister NELLIE BOBBITT.
Funeral Saturday. March 19. at 2 p.m.
from Florida Avenue Baptist Church. Fla.
ave. between 8th and 7th sts. n.w.
HELEN JOHNSON. M. N. G.
FLORENCE BUCHANAN. W. R.
BKAitfi, juH.v on Saturday. March
13. 19.!8. at Gailinger Ho-pital. after a
brief illness. JOHN BRAGG the beloved
husband of Addie Brags of 3014 P st.
n.w.. father of Lorenza. Irene. Adalme and
Bessie Braeg. One brother. Joseph Le^
Bragg; one sister. Mattie Woodruff, and
other relatives and friends survive him.
Remains rest me at Henry 8. Washington
A Sons' funeral home. 407 N st. n.w . hut
may not be viewed until Wednesday. March
Id after 2 p.m.
Funeral Thursday. March IT. at 12
o'clock noon, from the above establish
ment. Interment, in Mount Zion Cem
etery. Relatives and friends invited. Id*
BUNCH, JOHN I. On Tuesday. March
15. 1938. JOHN I. BUNCH, beloved hus
band of Nellie E Bunch and father of Mrs.
E Padgett. Mrs Jessie B Nowell. Mrs.
Irma R Lucas. Mrs. Ida Pcnnefil and John
\V. Bunch.
Funeral from the W. W. Deal funeral
home. 810 H st. n.e.. on Thursday. March
IT. at 2 p.m. Relatives and‘friends in
vited. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery.
CHAMBERS. EDITH A. Suddenly, on
Sunday. March 13. 1938. at Aldlie. Va .
EDITH CHAMBERS, beloved wife of ‘he
late Rev. William U. H. Chamb°rs. devoted
daughter of Beniamin and Helen Lone
tome: sifter of Mrs. Mary Hamm Tessie
and Lorraine. William and Oscar Lone
some. Remains resting at the John T.
Rhines funeral chanel. 3rd and Eve sts.
s w., until 11 a m. Wednesday. March 10;
thereafter in state at th^ Providence Bap
tist Church M st. between 4th and nth
6ts. s.w.. until 11 a m. Thursday. March IT.
Funeral on Thursday. March IT. at 12
rmon. from the Zion Baptist Church. F st.
between 3rd and 4th sts. s.w. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 10
CHAMBERS. EDITH. All officers and
members of Datcher Chapter. No. 7. O E.
8 . arp requested to assemble at the Zion
Baptist Church. F st between 3rd and 4th
sts. s.w.. on Thursday. March IT. 1938. at
12 noon, to attend the funeral of our de
ceased sister. EDITH CHAMBERS
SUSIE DOTSON. W Matron.
WALTER J. BROOKER. W. Patron.
ELIZABETH LYLE. Secretary.
CHAMBERS, REV. WILLIAM I*. H. Sud
denly. on Sundav. March 13. 1938. at Aldie.
Va.. Rev. WILLIAM U. H. CHAMBERS,
pastor of the Providence Baptist Church.
Washington. D. C. and the Shiloh Bap
tist Church. Midrileburg. Va.: beloved
husband of the late Edith Chambers; de
votpd son of Mrs. Emma Wade: brother
cf Mrs. Ida Moore and Mrs. Nannie Pry
ton. He ,a1co leaves other relatives and
many friends. Remains resting: at the John
T. Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye
s’s. s.w. until II am. Wednesday. March
1 *7• ’hereafter in state at the Providence
Baptist Church. M st between tth and
fith sts s.w,. until 11 am. Thursday.
March IT.
Funeral Thursday. March IT. at 12 noon,
from the Zion Baptist Church. F st. be
tween 3rd and 4th sts. s.w. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 10
CHAMBERS. REV. AND MRS. W. M. I\
All members of the Baptist Ministers’ Con
ference are requested to meet at the Zion
Baptist Church, s.w.. Thursday. March IT.
1938. at 11 a.m.. to arrange for the funerRl
of Rev. and Mrs. W. M. U. CHAMBERS
The funeral services will bp held at the
above-named church Thursday. March j7.
at 12 noon
REV. L. T HUGHES. President.
REV. N. R. RICHARDSON. Secretary.
CLEM, SARAH JANE. Or. Tuesday.
March 15. 1938. at the residenc° of her
son. Jesse F Alger. Gambrills. Md. SARAH
JANE CLEM, wife of the late Santa A.
riPm and mother of Albert A. Alspr. Mrs.
Rose M. Pensel. Mrs. Bessie M. Ritenour.
Mrs. Laura A. Estep and Mrs. Catherine E
OJiveri.
Funeral services at the W W Chambers
Co. Southeast funeral home. 517 11th st
5.e . Thursday. March 17. at 2:30 pm
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Congressional Cemetery. 17
. COOPER. WILLIAM A. Departed this
life Monday. March 14. 1938. at Glenn
Dale. Md.. WILLIAM A. COOPER. He
leaves to mourn hpr loss a devoted friend.
Mary Harris of 1011 20th st. n.w
Funeral Friday. March IS. at 1 p.m.
from Boyd's funeral parlor, 19th and L
«ts. n.w. •
CORBIN. WILLIAM. On Monday. March
14. 193s, at his residence. 121 s South 9th
st Arlington. Va.. WILLIAM CORBIN,
beloved husband of Rose Corbin, father of
Mrs. Blanche Reed. Mrs. Pearl Springs.
Luther Winston. Raymond. Rachel and
William Corbin; grandfather of James.
Vincent, jr.: Lloyd. Welford. India and
Shirley Corbin and Mary Green: father-in
law of Mabel and Isabelle Corbin. Robert
Springs and Leon Reed. Remains resting
at the John T. Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd
and Eye sts. s.w. until 4 n.m. Wednesday,
March 10; thereafter at his late residence.
Funeral on Thursday. March 17. at 1
15. m., from the Mount Zion Baptist Church.
Arlington. Va. Interment Lincoln Me
morial Cemetery. 10
COX. MAGGIE. On Monday. March
»' the residence of her son.
GEORGE W. COX. nOS Oakmont. st .
Colmar Manor. Md.. MAGGIE COX. the
beloved wife of the late DandridB" Cox
Funeral from the above residence on
Thursday. March 17. at 8::M am : th°nce
to St. James' Church. Mount, Rainirr Md
where reauiem mass will be offered at fi
a m for the repose of her soul. Relatives
and friends are invited to attend Inter
mit Mount Olive* Cemetery. Baltimore.
Md. (Baltimore. Md.. papers please copv )
Services by the W. W. Chambers Co Sub
urban funeral home, ftl 8 'Cleveland ave .
Riverdale. Md. 1 n
DOMMEL. JOHN F. On Tuesday. March
lp. 19:18. at Georcetnwn University Hos
pital. JOHN F. DOMMEL,. beloved husband
of Mildred Dommel* father of Mrs. Mar
guerite Wacker. Mrs. Annetta Stewart.
Mrs. Mildred Ferrara. Miss Irma Dommel.
A. Ralph and Fred Dommel and John F
Dcmmel. ir.
Funeral services at the W. W. Chambers
Co. funeral home. 14(H) Chapin st nw
on Thursday March 17 at 2:8(1 p.m. In
terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. lfi
EDWARDS, CAPT. WILLIAM I>. On
Tuesday. March 15. in.'fx. at United States
Soldiers Home, Capt. WILLIAM D. ED
W A D T~)C
Notice of funeral later. (Atlanta. Ga..
•na Chicago, III., papers please copy.)
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Frank Geier’a Sons Co.
fcux&rn^Chap^.1 ^Tel National 2473
V. L. SPEARE CO.
Ifelther the successor to nor connected with
the original W R Speare establishment
KatlonajR<2892 1009 H St. N.W.
J. William Lee’s Sons Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Crematorium
4th and Mass Ate N.E Lincoln BTOO
Chamber^
One of the Largest
Undertakers In the World
1400 Chapin St. N.W. Col. 0432
S17 11th St. S.E. Atlantic 6700
918 Cleveland Ave.^Riverdale, Md.

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also * leaves other relatives and friends.
t~»__\xr Pi-nAcI .1 arvis j
and friends invited. Interment cnurcn j
cemetery. j*
Mary E. and George Fast naught, beloved
brother of Mary Jane Hill. Mrs. Emma
Muth and Charles Fast.naught.
Services ft. the W. W. Chambers Co. fu
neral home 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. on
Thursday. March 17. at 3 p.m. Relatives
and friends are invited. Interment Pros
pect Hiii Ceme'ery.
GRANT JAMES. On M’onday. March 14.
193*. at his home. Potomac. Md.. JAMES
GRANT, the beloved husband of Bessie
Grant. Remains resting at the Colonial
funeral home, of Wm. Reuben Pumphrey,
Rockville. Md.
Funeral services at the above funeral
home on Thursday. March 17, at 2 p.m.
Interment Potomac. Md.
HAY, ANNIE McKNEW. On Sunday.
March 13 1938. at Bradenton. Fla.. AN
NIE McKNEW HAY beloved wife of W.
Perry Hay. formerly of Kensington. Md.
Remains resting at the funeral home of
Wm. Reuben Pumphrey. 7005 Wisconsin
ave. Bethesda. Md.
Funeral services at the above funeral
home on Friday. March 1*. at lo:30 a.m.
interment Washington Memorial Park
Cemetery. 17
JONES. ARMISTEAD. Departed this life
on Tuesday. March 15. 193*. ARMISTEAD
JONES of 1930 11th st. n.w.. beloved hus
band of Annie Jones. Remains resting at
E. W. Bundy's funeral hom*. 021 Florida
ave. n.w.
Notice of funeral later.
LACEY. WILLIAM. Departed this life
on Tuesday. March 15. 193*. WILLIAM
LACEY, loving husband of Rosa Lacey. He
also leaves to mourn their loss one son.
William Lacey, jr.; two daughters. Mrs.
Gertrude Carter and Mrs. Esther Wills:
one sister. Mrs. Hester Nelson- two nieces.
Mi's. Elizabeth Buchanan and Mrs. Agatha
Thomas a grandson. James Gross, and
other relatives and friends. Remains rest
I me at Morris A Carter fiz Co.'s funeral
| home. 2nd and F sts. s.w.
Notice of funeral later. •
LITAS. MAGGIE. On Monday. March
11. 193*. at her residence. 139 G st. s.w..
: MAGGIE LUCAS, devoted mother of Mrs.
j Irene Kennedy. Mrs. Ruth Wilson. W. Nel
son. Mack. George and William Lucas. She
also leaves one sister, four brothers and
other relatives and friends. Remains rest
ing at the John T. Rhines funeral chapel.
3rd and Eye sts. s.w.
Funeral services will be held at the
above-named chnnrl Thursday March 17.
at 1 p.m. Interment Rosemont Cemetery.
16
McKITTCHIN, FDNOR. Departed this
life on Saturday. March 12. 1938. at her
residence. 2615 Nichols ave. s.c . after a
brief illness. EDNOR McKUTCHIN. wife
of William McKutchin end daughter of
Mrs. Betsv Franklin and the late Rev.
Herman Franklin She also leaves to
mourn their loss five sisters, four brothers
and a host of other relatives and friends.
Remains may be viewed at the above resi
dence after 4 p.m. Wednesday. March 16.
Funeral Thursday. March 17. at 1 P.m.
from Pilgrim Baptist Church. 3rd and
Van sts s w . Rev J. S Miller officiating.
Interment at Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
16
MORRIS. EU7ABETH. On Friday.
March 11. 196*. at her residence. 005 O
st. n.w. ELIZABETH MORRIS beloved
mother of John. Martini. Susy and Irene
Morris She also leaves other relatives
and friends.
Funeral Thursday. March 17. at 1 run.,
from the W Frn°st Jarvis funeral church.
1462 You st. n.w. Relatives and friends
invited.
MOSS. JENMF. Departed this life sud
denly Sunday March 16. 19JS at her
residence. 1909 Gales st. n.e . Mrs JEN
NIE MOSS, the devoted daughter of Mrs.
Lucinda Marshall. She 'eaves to mourn
their loss a husband. Russell Moss, one
daughter. Mrs. Thelma Hawkins: one
grandson, four sisters, three brothers and
other relatives and friends Remains rest
ing at her late residence after 4 p.m.
Wednesday. March 10.
Funeral services at her late residence
Thursday. March 17. at 1 D.m. Interment
in Ros°mont Cemetery. Funeral arrange
ments by L. E. Murray A- Son. 10
NICHOLS. WILLIE. Suddenly, on Sat
urdav. March 12. 196*. WILLIE NICHtiLS.
the beloved husband of Ma?ie Nichols of
591* Dix st. n.e. He also leaves a devoted
mother, three brothers and other relatives
and friends to mourn their loss.
Remains resting at Henry S. Washington
& Sons’ funeral home. 4925 Deane ave.
n e.. w here funeral services will be held on
Thursday. March 17. at 2 D.m. Interment
in Rosemont Cemetery. *
O'CONNOR. NORA F. On Monday.
March 14. 196* at Providence Hospital.
NORA E OCONNOR. beloved wife of
Michael B O'Connor.
Funeral from the James T. Ryan funeral
home. 617 Pa. ave. s.e. on Thursday.
March 17. at 8:60 am.: thence to St.
Peter's Catholic Church. 2nd and C sts.
s.e.. where mass will be offered at 9 a.m.
Relatives and friends are invited. Inter
ment Cedar Hill Cemeterv. 16
RICHEY, BRADLEY M. On Tuesday.
March 15. 196*. at Emergency Hospital,
after a brief illness. BRADLEY M RICHEY
the beloved husband of Lucille Richey of
16?* Kalorama rd. n.w.. father of William
Milton. Joseph Allen and Marie Ernestine
Richey. Also surviving are a devoted
mother, two brothers, five sisters and other
relatives and friends. Remains resMne at
Henry S. Washington Sons* iuneral
i home. 467 N st. n.w.
Notice of funeral later.
ROBINSON. SADIE. Departed this life
suddenly, on Tuesday. March 15. 196*. a.
Casualty Hospital. SADIE ROBINSON,
daughter of the late John and Mary E.
Brsoks. sister of Mrs. Bessie Harvey and
Mrs. Anna Robinson.
Funeral services on Thursday. March 1 ,.
! at 1:60 p.n^. at the R N. Horton Co. fu
i neral homf 1919 14th st. n.w.. Rev. :
I George O. Bullock officiating Relatives ,
; and friends invited. Interment Harmony
| Cemetery.
RODIER. JAMES HENRY. On Tuesday !
March 15. licit*. JAMES HENRY RODIER.
husband of the late Mary Eiizabeth Rodier.
beloved father of C. H. Rodier. PhilliD L..
Robert L. and Lewis V. Rodier of Vienna.
Va.. and brother of Anthony Rodier.
Funeral from his late residence. 14IW
57th st. n.w . on Friday. March IK. at K:3(>
am.: thence to Holy Trinity Catholic
Church, where mass will be offered at it
a.m. for the repose of his soul. Relatives
and friends are invited. Interment Holy
Rood Cemetery. Services by the W. W.
Chambers Co. 17
S M'NDERS, JAMES. Departed this life
suddenly, on Tuesday. March 15. 1B3R.
JAMES SAUNDERS. He leaves to mourn
their loss a father. Clem Saunders: two
sisters. Lucy Blackwell and Pearl Saunders;
one brother. Walter Berry Saunders: three
nephews, four nieces and other relatives
and a host of friends. Remains resting at
Barnes & Matthews' funeral home. (114 4th
st. s.w.
Notice of funeral later.
SCHOONMAKER. JOHN BARRY. JR.
On Tuesday. March 15. 1038. at his resi
dence. 22(10 40th pi. n.w . JOHN BARRY
SCHOONMAKER. Jr., beloved son of John
Barry and Mary Elizabeth Schoonmaker.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2001 14th st. n.w.. on Thursday.
March 17. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
SCOTT. CORA L. Suddenly, on Sunday.
March 13. licit*. at 0:15 p.m.. at her resi
dence. 1212 Florida ave. n.w.. CORA L.
SCOTT, beloved wife of Harry L. Scott.
She also leaves to mourn their loss one sis
ter. Mrs. Mattie Johnson: one brother.
Johnnx Johnson; two daughters. Mrs. Mat
tie Gaines and Mrs. Annie Toliver: one
grandson. Walter L. Scott: two sons-in-law.
James Oliver and William Gaines; foster
children. Miss Genevieve Stevenson. Thom
as Scott and George Jorden: three devoted
friends. Mrs. Louise Green. Mrs. Bertie
Myers and Frances Crawford, and many
other relatives and friends. Remains may
be viewed at the above address on Wed
nesday. March 1(1. after 0 p.m.
Funeral Thursday. March 17. at S p.m..
from Mount Pleasant Bantist Church. W
st. between 11th and 12th sts. n.w.. Rev.
Anderson officiating. Interment Friday.
March if*, at Wide Water. Va.
SMITH. ADAM FRANKLIN. On Wed
nesday March Id. 193S. at his residence.
4239 Townsend ave.. Boulevard Heights.
Md.. ADAM FRANKLIN SMITH, beloved
husband ol Nannie V. Smith (nee Payne i.
He also is survived by two sons. Francis
and Charles Smith: one daughter. Dorothy
Smith, and a granddaughter. Beverly
Smith.
Funeral from his late residence on Fri
day. March 18. at 2 p.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Notice of interment later.
17
SMITH, HERBERT* B. On Tuesday.
March_15. 1938. at Gallinger Hospital.
HERBERT B. SMITH, devoted son of Mrs
Nannie Smith Dillard, loving father of
Herbert B. Smith. jr„ and Lillie Mae
Smith. Remains resting at the John T
Rhir.es funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts.
s.w.
Notice of funeral later.
SMITH. RUTH M. On Wednesday.
March 16. 1938. RUTH M. SMITH, the be
loved daughter of Jane M. Smith and the
late Robert Smith.
Funeral from the residence of her sister.
Mrs. John J. Fitzpatrick. 437 Ingraham st.
n.w.. on Saturday. March 19. Notice or
time later.
SMITH. WILLIAM A. Suddenly, on
Tuesday. March 15. 1938. at Bethesda.
Md.. WILLIAM A. SMITH Remains rest
ing at the funeral home of William Reuben
Pumohrey. 7005 Wisconsin ave.. Bethesda,
Md.
Notice of funeral later.
SWAIL. SARAH H. On Wednesday,
March .16. 1938. at the Home for Incur
ables. SARAH H. SWAIL. wife of Harry
Swail. mother of Mrs. Edith Kiper (nee
Hammill) and sister of Mrs. Edith Acker,
Mrs. Roberta Le Grand. Mrs. Charles R.
Johnson and Robert Cook.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Friday. March
18. at 10:30 a.m. Interment Glenwood
Cemetery. 17
THOMPSON, IRENE SMACKUM. On
Monday. March 14. 1938. at the resi
dence. 1509 T st. n.w.. IRENE SMACKUM
THOMPSON, daughter of the late Hillary
and Cecelia Smackum and the beloved
wife of Charles R. Thompson.
Funeral from her late residence on
Thursday. March 17. at 9:30 a.m.: thence
to St. Augustine's Catholic Church, where
solemn high reduiem mass will be cel
ebrated at 10 a.m. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. Arrangements by Mc
Guire. 16
THOMPSON. IKENE SMACKUM. The
officers and members of the Teachers’ Ben
efit and Annuity Association are notified of
the death ot Mrs. IRENE SMACKUM
THOMPSON. J. E. 8YPHAX, ITesldent
J. L. ORAT. Secrafcry.
I
Spates.
TURNER. GEORGE R. At New York
City, N Y.. GEORGE R. TURNER, son of
the late Edward W. and Lucy A. Turner,
husband of Lena Turner and brother of
Mrs. Ida Payne. Mrs. Lucy A. Morton. Mrs.
Addie Young and Sarah, Edward W., Jr.,
and Joshua Turner.
Funeral from the McGuire funeral home.
Ifi'jn nth s*. n.w . on Thursday. March 17.
at 2:30 p.m. Relatives and friends In
vited. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Ifl
WARD. ALOYSIUS. Suddenly on Tues
day. March 15. 1038. at Providence Hos
nital. ALOYSIUS WARD of 24 T st. n.e.,
beloved husband of the late Esther V.
Ward and father of Mary Rita, Ward.
Funeral will be held from the residence
of his sister. Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter. 1317
Jackson st n.e.. on Friday March 1R.
at, 8:30 am.; thence to St. Martin’s
Church, where mass will be said at o a.m.
for the repose of his soul. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet
Cemetery. 17
WATERS. LAMBERT TOM. On Monday.
March 14, 1038, at 10:10 p.m.. at his
residence. 17 05 T st. n.w.. LAMBERT
TOM WATERS, beloved father of Dr. and
Mrs William E. Waters. Dr. Elbert M.
Waters and Joseph and Ruth Waters. He
is also survived by his grandchildren, other
relatives and --.nv friends. Etfmains rest
ing at the McGuire funeral home, 1820 llth
st. n.w.
Funeral services Thursday. March 17. at
1 p.m.. at Oxford. Md. 10
WILLETT. CHARLES H. On Tuesday.
March 15 1038. at his residence. 1210
Shepherd st. n.w.. CHARLES H. WILLETT,
beloved husband of Ida M Willett. Re
mains resting at the W. W. Chambers Co.
funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.
Funeral services at the W. W. Cham
bers Co. funeral home 1400 Chapin st.
n.w.. on FYidav. March IS at 11 am.
Relatives and friends Invited. Interment
Congressional Cemetery. 17
WILMS. MARY MARGARET. On Tues
day. March 15. 10:18. at her residence,
2012 Fort Baker drive s.e,. MARY MAR
GARET WILLIS, mother of Philip A. Willis
of Roundup. Mont. Remains resting at the
W. W. Chambgvj Co. Southeast funeral
home. 517 llth st. s.e.. unlit Friday noon,
March is.
Services and interment Zephyrhills. Fla.
17
Wn.LIS. MYRTLE. Suddenly, on Satur
day. March 12. 1038. at. her residence.
0200 Huron st . Cedar Heights. Md..
MYRTLE WILLIS, the beloved wife of Prof.
James Willis, mother of Marion WilHs,
Hrr father. Charles H Cooper, and many
other relatives and friends also survive her.
Remains resting at Henry S Washington &
Sons’ funeral hr^ie. 4025 Deane avr. n.e.
Funeral Thursday. March 17. at, I p.m..
from Pilgrim Bantist Chttrrh. 3rd and Van
sis. s.w.. Rev. John S Miller officiating.
Relatives and fri"nds invited. Interment
in Woodlawn Cemetery. •
itt fUrmorumt.
BUTLER. RAYMOND. In sari but ’ov
ine remembrance of our dear son. RAY
MOND BUTLER, who departed this life
six years ago today, March 16, 1032.
T remember you day by day.
Though you have gone away
To one who leads us with a gentle hand
To the land of the great beyond.
HIS LOVING MOTHER. FLORENCE BUT
LER. AND FAMILY *
CARPER. WILLIAM DAVID. In loving
memory of our dear ?on and brother. WIL
LIAM DAVID CARPER, who left us two
years ago today. March 16, 1036.
Days have passed by.
Beloved, but memories of you will never
die:
You who were always so faithful and true.
Ever so willing to care and to do.
Days are so lonesome, the hours so long:
With hearts that are aching, our work
must go on.
HIS DEVOTED MOTHER. IDA S. CARPER:
BROTHER?. EARLE AND WILBUR. AND
SISTER. MAFIE C HIRST.
CHAVIS. ROSA. In sad but loving re
membrance of our dear mother. ROSA
CHAVIS, who died five years ago today.
March 16. 1033.
God needed another ant'd
To worship before His throne.
So He looked out from heaven
And railed our mother home.
HER LOVING CHILDREN LEROY. MARY
AND BESSIE. AND SISTER. JULIA
BELL.
GREEN. WILLIAM H. In sad but loving
remembrance of my dear father. WILLIAM
H. GREEN, who passed away seven years !
ago today. March 16. 1931. Anniversary
mass at Our Lady of Victory Church.
HIS DAUGHTER. MARGARET. •
GREEN, WILLIAM H. AND MARY
CATHERINE In loving remembrance of
our dear father and father-in-law. WIL
LIAM H. GREEN, who passed away seven
years ago today. March 16. 1031. and our
dear mother and mother-in-law. MARY
CATHERINE GREEN who passed away
four years ago. March 12. 1034.
WILL AND MAMIE. •
GREENWOOD. WILLIAM B.. SR. In
loving remembrance of our dear husband
and father. WILLIAM B. GREENWOOD
Sr . who departed this life three years ago
today. March 16. 1935.
Death is just the passing into
God's sweet world above:
Dpat.h is just the entering into
God’s eternal love
MRS. GREENWOOD AND CHILDREN. •
JONES. CHARLOTTE C. Sacred to the
memory of our dearly beloved wife, sister
and aunt. CHARLOTTE C. JONES, who
entered eternal rest one year ago today,
March 16. 1037.
How sadly have I counted the hour*
That measured one sorrowful year
Sinre I laid beneath a mantle of flowers
My wife. I loved so dear.
DEVOTED HUSBAND WALTER A. JONES.
Her sincerity, love and devotion will ;
ever lincer in our hearts.
LONELY SISTER AND BROTHER-IN-LAW,
CORA AND BRECK
The days seem long and dreary since
you went away.
NEPHEWS. RALPH. GILBERT AND EL
MER.
JONES. ELIZABETH. In sad but loving ,
remembrance of my dear mother. ELIZA
BETH JONES, who passed away thirty-one
years ago today. March 16. 1907.
HER SON. HARRY. •
MINKINS. CHARLES E. Sacred to the
memory of our devoted father. CHARLES
E. MINKINS, who passed to the great be
yond ten years aeo today. March 16 1028.
THE CHILDREN. *
MOORE. NETTIE I. In loving memory
of sweet little mother. NETTIE I. MOORE,
who departed this life March 16. 1035.
TOMMYLAD AND DADDY. •
OLIVER. REV. J. D. In memory of the !
late Rev. J. D. OLIVER, who departed this i
life five years ago yesterday. March 15, :
1933.
Loved in life, remembered in dea’h.
HIS DEVOTED WIFE. PEARL E. OLIVER.
* i
PENDLETON. ROXY E. In sad but lov- 1
imr memory of my beloved sister. ROXY E.
PENDLETON who departed this life eleven
years ago today. March IB, 1927.
God needed another angel
To worship before His rtirone.
So ae looked out from heaven
And called our sister home.
HER LOVING SISTER AND BROTHER-IN
LAW, MARY L. AND C. II. HARRIS. *
POUNSBERRY. FLORENCE H. W. In
lovlnK memory of a dear wife and mother.
FLORENCE H W. POUNSBERRY. who
passed peacefully awav one year mo to
day. March Hi. 19.37.
Sadly missed and loved by all.
Resting where no shadows fall.
In perfect peace awaits us all.
HER LOVING HUSBAND AND CHILDREN.

REEDER. ELLA. A tribute of love and
devotion to the memory of our dear moth
er. ELLA REEDER, who departed this life
six years ago today. March IB, 19.33.
Days of sadness still come over ua,
We who love her sadly miss her.
Memory keeps you ever near us.
HER DEVOTED DAUGHTERS FLORENCE
MILLER AND LOUISE JOHNSON. *
YANCEY. MATTHEW N. In sacred
memory to our devoted husband and fa
ther. MATTHEW N. YANCEY, who passed
to the great beyond one year ago today.
March 16. 19.37.
Remembrance is a golden chain
Death tries to break, but all In vain;
To have, to love and then depart
Is the greatest sorrow of one's heart.
THE FAMILY. ♦
CHARLES H. WILLETT
DIES OF LONG ILLNESS
Charles H. Willett, 84, retired con
tractor and builder, died yesterday at
his home, 1216 Shepherd street N.W.,
after an illness of several months.
Mr. Willett was in business here for
many years until he retired, about 20
years ago. He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Ida M. Willett; a brother, Wil
liam Willett, this city, and a sister,
Mrs. Annie Ruffin, Baltimore.
Funeral services will be held at 11
am. Friday at Chambers’ funeral
home, 1400 Chapin street N.W. Burial
will be in Congressional Cemetery.
WILL PRESS FOR LOAN
Naval Stores Leaders Prepared to
Remain in Capital.
Naval stores leaders declared last
night they would remain in Washing
ton “as long as it takes” to get a
system of Government loans on gum
turpentine and rosin.
They said after another conference
with officials of the Commodity
Credit Corp. only the amount of the
loan remained in question.
The turpentine industry asked a
loan up to $10,000,pOO to the American
Turpentine Farmers’ Association,
which in turn would make individual
loans to producers.
GET TWO-YEAR TERM
SCRANTON, Pa., March 16 (/P).—
James E. Brown and David H. Bunn
of Westchester and Medina, N. Y.,
respectively, were sentenced yesterday
by Federal Judge Albert W. Johnson
to two years each in Chillicothee
(Ohio) Reformatory. They were
charged with transporting a stolen
automobile from Havre de Grace, Md.,
to York County, Pa.
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ONE KENNEDY MISSING 1
AS ENVOY MEETS FAMILY
But Ship's Searchers Finally Find
Teddy, 6, Watching Plymouth
Harbor Craft.
By the Associated Press.
PLYMOUTH, England, March 16.—
Only a slight hitch developed yester
day when United States Ambassador
Joseph P. Kennedy greeted his wife
and five of his nine children to Eng
land.
Six-year-old Edward, "Teddy,”, was
missing. But there was no great
alarm. "Teddy” also had disappeared
when the liner Washington sailed
from New York last Wednesday.
Shipboard searchers found him
leaning over the rail watching other
craft in Plymouth’s port.
The Ambassador herded all ashore
from what ship’s officers said was one
of the stormiest crossings the Wash
ington has had.
The Lord Mayor of London, Solo
mon Stephens, was on the dock again
—the second time he has worn his
badge of office to welcome a Kennedy
arrival.
And still there are more to come.
The Kennedy’s four other children
remained in achool in the United
States.
MAC CALMAN RITES
HELD IN BALTIMORE
Former Medical Consultant at
Veterans’ Administration
Died Monday.
Dr. Dunran Mac Caiman, 73, for
mer medical consultant of the Board
of eVterans’ Appeals, who died Mon
day in the Maryland General Hos
pital in Baltimore, of which he was
at one time superintendent, are being
held today in Baltimore. The Miisons
are in charge of the services. Burial
will be in Lorraine Cemetery, Balti
more.
Dr. Mac Caiman retired from the
Veterans’ Administration in 1935. At <
one time, he was an official of the
Veterans’ Bureau at New Orleans and
was moved to the administration here
in 1932.
A native of Scotland, Dr. Mac
Caiman came to this country in the
80s, and was graduated from the
Baltimore Medical College in 1895.
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and having charge of locating and
superintending the establishment of
military hospitals in Europe. At the
end of the war. he served In the
United States Public Health Service
for a while.
Among the survivors are a niece and
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