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ADAMS. BEATRICE NOBLE. We wish
to thank our many relatives and friends
for their kindness, sympathy and floral
tributes at the death of our daughter and
sister. BEATRICE NOBLE ADAMS.
THE FAMILY.
Bratljii.
ALLEN. RUBY AUDREY. Departed this
life on Monday. April 4. 1938. at. her
residence. 729 Morton st. n.w after a
brief illness. RUBY AUDREY ALLEN, de
voted daughter of Charles Allen and the
late Ruby Allen, loving sister of Vermelle
Thomas. William Charles and Clarence
Allen. She also leaves to mourn their loss
three nieces, six nephews, a sister-in-law.
Evelyn Allen, and other relatives and
friends. ,
Remains resting at Barbour Bros, fu
neral home. 48 K st. n.e. Funeral Wed
nesday. April 0. at 2 p.m.. from the above
funeral home. 5
AMBBOSETTE. THOMAS. On Sunday.
April 3. 1938. a* Casualty Hospital.
THOMAS AMBLOSETTE.
Funeral from the W. W. Chambers Co.
Suburban funeral home. 918 Cleveland
ave . Riverdale. Md . on Tuesday. April
5 at 8.30 a.m thence to St. James' Cath
olic Church. Mount Rainier. Md.. where
reouiem mass will be offered at 9 a.m.
for the repose of his soul. Interment
Washington Memorial Park Cemetery.
BAILEY. MARY. Departed this life on
Sunday. April 3. 1938. at her residence.
2330 12th st. n.w . Miss MARY BAILEY,
the daughter of the late Elizabeth Bailey.
She is survived by one sister. Mrs. Dora
Trent: one brother. Lawrence Bailey: other
relatives and friends.
Funeral Thursday April 7. at 1 p.m .
from the Metropolitan Baptist Church.
Rev. E. C. Smith officiating Funeral ar
rangements by L. E. Murray & Son. 5
BARNHARD. DR. WILLIAM HARRY. On
Sunday- April 3. 1938. at his residence,
the La Salle Apartments. Dr. WILLIAM
HARRY BARNHARD. husband of Beulah
Barnhard and father of William Harry
Barnhard. 1r.
Services will be held at Gawler's chnpcl.
1750 Pa. ave. n.w.. on Tuesday afternoon.
April 5. at 2:30 o'clock. Friends invited.
Interment private. 5
BOWEN. MARY BESSIE. On Saturday.
April 2. 1938. at Sibley Memorial Hospital.
MARY BESSIE BOWEN, the beloved wife
of Rozsell J. Bowen and mother of Mrs.
C. W. Cornbrooks and R J. Bowen. ,ir.
Private funeral services a: the W W.
Chambers Co funeral home. 1 fun Chapin
st n.w on Tuesday. April 5. at 3 p.m.
Please omit flowers.
BYER. EDWIN R. Suddenly, on Mon
day April 4. 1938. at Bethesda. Md
EDWIN B. BYER. beloved son of Edwin
E and Vedi Bee Ever of 3Too Mass. ave.
n w Remains resting at the funeral home
of Wm. Reuben Pumphrev. 7005 Wis.
ave Bethesda. Md.
Notice of funeral later.
CHASE. RUTH A On Saturday. April
2. 1938. at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Bal
timore. Md . RUTH A. CHASE, aued 34
years, beloved daughter of Tlinv and
Nina Chase of Tuxedo. Md. Remains
resting at Oasch's funeral home. 40
Maryland ave . Hyattsville. Md
Services at the above funeral home on
Tuesday. April 5. at 3 p.m Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Evergreen Cem
eterv. Bladensburg. Md.
COLLINS. BEATRICE. On Saturday.
Anril 2. 1938. a' her residence. 152t 20th
st. n.w.. BEATRICE COLLINS, beloved
wife of Charles Collins, daughter of Jesse
and Irene Brown, sister of Milburn Brown,
granddaughter of Maggie Dorsey She also
leaves two aunts. Mattie Smackum and
Eva Poindexter, other relatives and friends.
Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis
funeral church. 1432 You st n.w. until
12 noon Tuesday. Anril 6; thereafter at
the residence of her mother. 1236 28th
st. n w.
Funeral Wednesday. April 6. at 1 :30
pm. from Ehenezer M. E Church. Rev.
Bailey officiating. Interment Lincoln Me
morial Cemetery. ft
COPPERTHITE. IRVIN FRANKLIN. On
Sunday. April 3. 1938 at his home. 3315
P st. n.w.. IRVIN FRANKLIN COPFER
THITF. beloved son of Elizabeth and the
late John Copper’hite.
Services at the above residence on
Tuesday April ft. at 2 P.m. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery.
DIGGS, MARY ALICE. On Saturday.
April 2. 1938. at Freedmen s Hospital.
MARY ALICE DIGGS, devoted wife of
Augustus Diggs and the daughter of the
late Rev. C. M. Blount and Annie M.
Blount. She leaves to mourn their loss
a devoted husband, one brother, two sis
ters. one niece, two nephews, one brother
in-law. one sister-in-law and a host of
other relatives and friends. Remains rest
ing at Ruth Dabney «v Co.'s funeral home.
453 O st. n.w. Remains may be viewed
after 6 p.m Monday. April 4. at her late
residence. 1342 Morris road s.e.
Funeral Tuesday. April ft. from Holy
Redeemer Church, where mass will be of
fered at 9 a.m. for the repose of her soul.
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
EVANS, ANNIE H. On Sunday. April
3. 1938. ANNIE H. EVANS of 3021 P st.
n.w . wife of the late John Evans and
beloved mother of Albert H. and Harold
R. Evans. Charlotte E. Rosset and Mary
E. Jackson.
Private service at the residence on
Wednesday. April 6. ft
EVERHART. HADDIE E. On Friday.
April 1. 1938. at her residence. 3118 M
st. n.w.. HADDIE E. EVERHART, the be
loved mother of James and William Ever
hart of Philadelphia. Pa.
Funeral services at the W. W. Chambers
Co. Southeast funeral home- 517 Llth st.
s.e.. on Mondav. April 4. at 3:30 P.m. Rel
atives and friends are invited. Interment
Washington Memorial Park Cemetery. 4
GRAY. BESSIE E. At Remo. Va.. Sun
day. April 3. 1938. BESSIE E.. beloved
ais’er of John F, and Rebecca J. Gray.
Funeral services at Mount Olive Baptist
Church. Remo. Va . Thursday, April 7. ft*
GREDLEIN. AMELIA PAULINE. On
Sunday. April 3 1938. at her residence.
3713 Lee Highway. Arlington. Va.. AMELIA
PAULINE GREDLEIN. beloved wife of
John Gredlein and mother of Lawrence
Gredlein of Arlington. Va.
Remains resting at her late residence,
where funeral services will be held Tues
day. April ft. at 2 p.m. Interment Colum
bia Gardens Cemetery.
GREDLEIN. AMELIA PAULINE. Mem
bers of Concordia Church Ladies' Aid So
ciety are requested to attend the funeral
of our late member. AMELIA PAULINE
GREDLEIN. at her late residence. 37 13
Lee highway. Arlington. Va.. Tuesday. April
6. 1938. at 2 p.m.
MARIE MEINERS. President. *
GRIFFIN. OAMA_On Friday. APTil 1.
1938. OAMA GRIFFIN, beloved wife of
James Griffin mother of James Columbus
Griffin, daughter of Lizzie Gill. She also
leaves other relatives and friends. Re
mains resting a’ the W. Ernest Jarvis fu
neral church. 1432 You st n w.
Funeral Tuesday. April ft. at 3 p.m.. from
the Sharon Baptist Church. 6th and O sts.
n.w.. Rev. D. S. Craig officiating. Inter
ment Chesterfield. S .C. 4
HAWKINS. BONITA I. On Friday. APTil
3. 1938. BONITA I. HAWKINS of 127 S
fit. n.w. She is survived by a devoted hus
band. Eldridge T. Hawkins: two sons.
Ferdinand and Kermit Mehlinger: two
sisters. Mrs. Hattie Quinn and Mrs. Jessie
Foreman, and other relatives and many
friends. Remains temporarily resting at
Frazier's funeral home. 3*9 Rhode Island
ave. n.w.. until 4 p.m. Monday, April 4.
Thereafter at her late residence.
Funeral Tuesday. April 5, at 2 p.m..
from the Lincoln Temple Church. Inter
ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 4
HERBERT. F. RAYMOND. On Saturday.
April 2. 1938. F. RAYMOND HERBERT of
6645 Georgia ave. n.w., beloved husband
of Helen F. Herbert.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. Tuesday. April
ft. at 8:30 a.m . thence to the Church of
the Nativity. 6000 Georgia ave. n.w.. where
mass will be offered at 9 a.m. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery 4
HFRRION. GRANT. On Sunday. April
F. 1938. at his residence. 1220 Union st.
a w GRANT HERRION. H*1 leaves four
sons, six daughters, other relatives and
friends. Remains resting at the John T.
Fhmes funeral chapel. 3rd and Eve sts.
fi.w.
Notice of funeral latei.
HOLLY, ELIZABETH WASHINGTON
Departed this life on Saturday. April 2.
1938. at her residence. 21 o F st. s.w.
ELIZABETH WASHINGTON HOLLY She
leaves to mourn their loss a husband. Wil
liam Holly; two devoted daughters. Marie
Washington and Lula Gross: four sons. Jo
seps. Leon. Raymond and Burnette Wash
ington: four sisters. Frances William. Mil
dred While. Margaret Dangerfieid and Ella
Ware, and several other relatives and
friends. Remains resting at Eugene Ford's
funeral home. 1390 South Capitol st.. until
4 p.m. Tuesday. April ft: then to the resi
dence of her son. 615 Delaware ave. s.w.
Funeral Thursday. April 7. at 1 p.m.
from Mount Moriah Baptist Church. 3rd
and L sts. s.w.. Rev. J. H. Randolph of
ficiating. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 6
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1113 Seventh St. N.W. 9477
Modern Chapel. Tel. WHtlOUftl Z47«S
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the original W. R Speare establishment.
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Fl'NERAL DIRECTORS
Crematorium
4th and Mass Ave, N.E. Lincoln 6200
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1400 Chapin St. N.W. Col. 0432
517 11th St. S.E. Atlantic 6700
918 Cleveland Ave., Riverdale, Md.
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IRWIN. JAMES H. On Sunday. April 3.
1938. at his residence, in New York City.
JAMES H IRWIN, the beloved husband
of the late Louise H. Irwin and father
of Mrs. Frederick R. Williams. Mrs. Nor
man R. Metcalf and Miss Lois M. Irwin.
Funeral from the W. W. Chambers Co.
funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. on
Tuesday. April 5. at 3 P.m. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
Funeral services and interment private.
JAMES. WILLIAM B. On Saturday.
April 2. 1938. at Providence Hospital.
WILLIAM B. JAMES, beloved husband of
Mary A. James.
Funeral from his late residence. 5018
14th st. s.e.. on Tuesday. April 5. at 1:30
p.m. Services at Emanuel Episcopal
Church. 13th and V sts. s.e., at 2 P.m.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery.
JAMES, WILLIAM B. Comrades of Rich
ard J. Harden Camp. No. 2. V.
IS. W. V will assemble at. 5018
14th st. s.e.. Tuesday. April 5.
1938. at. 1 p.m.. for the fu
neral of our late comrade. WIL
LIAM B JAMES Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery.
JAMES E. WILSON. Commander.
H. L. LESLIE. Adjutant.
JONES. HATTIE BURRELL. On Friday.
April 1. 1938. in New York City. HATTIE
BURRELL JONES, beloved wife of George
Jon^s. 1:\: sister of Minnie Burrell Small
wood. sister-in-law of Elizabeth D. Burrell.
Interment Woodlawn Cemetery Tues
day. April 5. at 5 p.m. Arrangements by
Frazier. 389 R. I. ave. n.w. 5
KIEL. HERMAN G. On Saturday. April
5. 193S. at Garfield Hospital. HERMAN
G. KIEL, a seel 7 5 years, beloved husband
of Ottilie H. Kiel and father of Henry I..
Paul J. and Helen J. Kiel.
Services and interment private.
KRAUSE. BERTHA B. On Sunday.
April 3. 1938. BERTHA B. aged 05 years,
widow of the late Luther Krause. Re
mains resting at 444 fith st. s.w.
Funeral from the chapel of P. A. Talta
vull 430 7th st. s.w,. Wednesday. Anril 0.
at 5 p.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment at the Washington National
Cemetery. ft
LAWSON. HOWARD W. On Thurs
day March 31. 1938. at Phoenix. Anz.
HOWARD W. LAWSON, beloved son of
Efiir G. Lawson.
Funeral from H. M. Padgett's funeral
home. 131 11th st. s.e.. on Tuesday. April
ft. at 5 p.m. Relatives and friends in
I vitrri. Interment Union Cemetery. Alex
i andria. Va.
LEE. CAPT. FREDERIC K. On Sunday.
April 3. 1938. at Mount Alto Hospital.
'Cam. FREDERICK LEE. the beloved hus
] band of Mr. . Frederick Lee and stepfather
i of Miss Virginia Daugherty and Darien
I Butler Daugherty. Remains resting at
; the W. W. Chambers Co. Suburban funeral
; home. 918 Cleveland ave.. Riverdale. Mb.
Notice of funeral hereafter. ft
NORRIS, j. HARRY. On Saturday.
Anril 2. 1938. at his residence- 417 Shep
herd st. n.w . J. HARRY NORRIS, beloved
I husband of Mae Detterer Norris. Friends
are invited to call at Gawler's. 1750 Pa.
i ave. n.w.
Services will be he’d at Gawler's chapel.
| 1 ?.'><» Pa. ave n.w . on Tuesday. April ft.
I nt in a.m. Interment Rock Creek Cem
etery.
OLSEN. MARTHA V. On Sunday. April
•>. MARTHA V. OLSEN, beloved wife
. of Oscar A. Olsen of CVJN ;;oth .st. nr.
Funeral will be held from Timothy Han
I Ion's funeral parlors. H41 H st. n.e.. on
; Tuesday, April ft. at H nrn. Interment
Ceriar Hill Cemetery. Relatives and friends
j invited.
i <H R, JOHN CARLTON. On Sunday. April
T 1!»:;«. a? Garfield Hospital. JOHN
CARLTON OUR. the beloved husband of
Eva A. Our.
Remains resting at the W. W. Chambers
Co. funeral home. 14(H) Chapin st. n.w.,
until the aLernoon of Monday. April 4.
at which time they will be shipped to Har
wich. Mass., for funeral ana interment.
PARKER. MARY ELLEN. On Sunday.
April ft, 1 hits, at her residence. 1015 N
st. n.w.. MARY ELLEN PARKER, the be
loved wife of John D. Parker and mother
oi John G . .1 Bernard and C. Walter
; Parker and Mrs. F. J Underwood Mrs.
I Harry M. Carroll and Mrs. J. Robert
Sn a w,
Funeral from her late residence on Wed
nesday. April u, at !*:;io a.m.: thence to
Immaculate Conception Church. 8th and
N sts. n.w., where mass will be offered
'j 1" a.m. tor the repose of her soul. Rela
tives and friends are invited. Interment
Mount. Olivet Cemetery. Services by the
W. Chamocrs Co. funeral home. I+00
Chapin st. n.w. 5
PEARSOX ELI.EN VIRGINIA. On Sun
riay, April J, lit.{8. at the residence of
her daughter. Mrs. Lillie M. Trought of
J Vienna. Va., ELLEN VIRGINIA PEARSON.
I beloved wife of the late Thomas E. Pearson
Remains resting at the Geo. W. Wise
! funeral home. 2!too M st. n w.. where
services will be held on Tuesday April 5
at 2 D.m Interment Fort Lincoln Cem
etery. (Alexandria papers please copy.)
1 oF?Ir’P'i, GRArj. On Friday. April I.
10.18. at her residence. l.'(2n Fairmont st
GRACE prigg. uie beloved daughter
of the late Julius and Elizabeth Prigg Re
resting at the W. W. Chambers Co.
funeral homp. 1400 ChaPln st n w
Funeral services at the above 'funeral
home on Mondav. April 4. at (LUO p m Rel
atives and friends invited. Interment Balti
more Cemetery, Baltimore. Md,. on Tues
day. April 5. at 11:110 a.m. 4
ROBINSON. ADA MAE. On Friday
V 1 **•«,*• ADA MAE ROBINSON be
loved daughter of the late Louis and Mar
! a2rpt. Robinson, sister of Elvira O. Storm
I nei?Vasi1.'tn!?ton eD'.c-. and Sallie Dodson.
Delia Allen and Ar.nabelle Middleton of
Texas Remains resting at E \v. Bundy's
l funeral home. 02] Florida ave. n w.
| Notice of funeral later.
j . BUSSELL. ANNIE. On Sunday April 0.
I'l})- at, Providence Hospital. ANNIE RUS
! “ELL. aged .i, years, beloved wife of
Henry O. Russell and mother of Mrs Wil
liam F Lehmann.
I Runeraijrom the Chanel of P. A. Talta
i S»“- ,‘*'^1 ‘l*1 st. s w . on Wednesday. April
: thence "> St- Dominic's
| C hurch, wnere requiem mass will be of
] iered at h:UO a.m. for the repose of her
1 soul. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 5
4 ANNA. On Monday. April
thp Ru?cprt Home. ANNA
SCHNEIDER. aged <2 years. beloved
dHUshtfr of the iate George and Louise
Schneider.
Funeral from the Thos. S. Sereeon Co.
funeral home. 1011 7th st. n.w.. on Wed
nesday. April «. at 2 pm. Relatives and
friends invited to attend. Interment Pros
pect Hill Cemetery. 5
SIMPSON, FDWARD TERCY. Suddenly,
on Sunday April :i. ions, at, his home.
Chance. Md.. Dr EDWARD PERCY SIMP
SON (formerly of Oxnn Hill. Md I. beloved
husband of Laura Orem Simpson and father
i of E,mer O. and Edward L. Simnson Mrs
i George Hoye of Chevy Chase and Mrs. Wil
i ham Bennett of Chance.
Funeral on Tuesday. April 5. from Chevy
Chase Methodist Church at 4 p.m. Inter
ment at Rockville Union Cemetery. Friends
and relatives invited. •
TALIAFERRO. DR. CLARA H. SMYTHE.
Suddenly on Friday. Anril J. 1 o:!K, at her
residence. 414 You st. n.w.. Dr. CLARA H
SMYTHE TALIAFERRO, beloved wife of
Rev. Alexander A. Taliaferro and de
voted mothpr of Hattie V. Harris and
Louise Scott. She is also survived by
other relatives and rnanv friends. Remains
may be viewed at her late residence after
II a.m. Monday. April 4
Funeral from St. Luke's P. E. Church
on Tuesday. April 5. at 1 p.m. Interment
Harmony Cemetery. Arrangements by Mc
Guire. 4
TALIAFERRO. DR. CLARA S. Of
ficers and members of Prince Hall Chap
ter, No. fj. O. E. S. are requested to at
tend the funeral of our late sister. CLARA
5 TALIAFERRO, on Tuesday. April 5.
11'*'8. at 1 p.m.. from St. Luke's P. E.
Church.
GEORGTE S. JOHNSON. W. M
FR NEST M. DICKERSON, W. P.
MARY M. HUTCHINS. Secretary. •
TALIAFERRO. CLARA SMITH. Of
ficers and members of (he National Cap
ital Temple. No. (159. I. B. P. O. E. of W„
are notified of the death of Sister CLARA
SMITH TALIAFERRO. Session of sor
row. Monday. April 4. 1938. at 7 p.m.
at Hie Home. 1313 R st. n.w.
Funeral from St. Luke's P. E. Church
on Tuesday. Abril 5. at J p.m.
SARA F. CLARK. Daughter Ruler.
GRACE J. HUGHES. Financial Secretary.
TAYLOR. HELEN. Departed this life on
Saturday. APTil 7, 1938. at her residence,
in La Plata, Md,. HELEN TAYLOR. She
leaves to mourn their loss seven daughters,
four sons, one son-in-law. four brothers
and a host of other relatives and friends.
Remains resting at Ruth Dabnev A Co.’s
funeral home. 4511 O st. n.w., until Tues
day evening: then to her late residence.
La Plata. Md. Mass will bo offered Wednes
day. Abril <i. at 9 a.m.. at Pomfret. Md..
for the renose of her soul. Interment at
Pomfret St. Joseph's Cemetery, Md. 6
THOMPSON. CHARLOTTE SERETHA.
Suddenly, on April 1. 1911S. in New York
City. MRS. CHARLOTTE SERETHA
THOMPSON. She is survived by a devoted
mother. Mrs. Susie B. Reeves; a husband,
James M. Thompson: two sons, one daugh
ter. and other relatives and friends.
Funeral Tuesday. April 5, at 1 p.m.. from
■ne funeral parlors of L. E. Murray &
Sen. Jt.’th and V sts. n.w. Rev. E c.
Smith officiating. Interment in Lincoln
Cemetery.
TOI ART. MARY H. On Sunday. APTil
.1. 19-1S. at Garfield Hospital. MARY H
TOUART. beloved wife of Jack L. Touart
: and mother of John Michael Touart
Funeral at the residence of her mother.
Mrs, Grace T. McBride. 4719 3rd st. n w
on Wednesday. April H. at 9 a.m. Reauiem
mass at St. Gabriel's Church at 9:30
a.m. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 6
WHITE. SARAH. On Sunday. April 3.
1938, SARAH WHITE of 1815 18th st.
n.w.. grandmother of Robert Swales, aunt
of George Banks. She Is also survived by
other relatives and friends. Remains
resting at the Malvan A Schey funeral
I home. N. J. ave. and R st. n.w.
Fancral on Wednesday. April 6. at 1
i p.m.. from Mount Bethel Church. V st.
between find and 4th sts. n.w.. Rev. K. W
Roy officiating. Interment Woodlawn
Cemetery. 5
WILLIAMS. BARBARA M. On Satur
day. April fi. 1938. BARBARA M. WIL
LIAMS (nee O'Brien), the beloved wife of
John M. Williams and mother of Mrs.
Helen Jordan and Charles T.. John F.
and James M. Williams. Remains resting
at the Wise funeral home. 2900 M st. n.w.
Mass will be offered at 9 a.m. Tuesday.
April 5. at Holy Trinity Church. Inter
ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives
and friends invited to attend.
WIMMEL. WILLIAM. On Sunday. April
3. 1938. at his residence. 5459 31st st.
n.w.. WILLIAM WIMMEL. husband of
Marie G. Wimmel and father of Edna M.
Wimmel
Services at the above address on Wed
nesday. April ti. at 2 p.m.. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 6
WINDSOR. JAMES H. On Saturday.
April 2. 1938 at Mount Alto Hospital,
JAMES H. WINDSOR of 350] 13th st.
n.w., beloved husband of Mlnnetta Wind
sor.
Services at the 6. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w., Tuesday. #»rll
5. at 1 p.m. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery, m 4
VATICAN BROADCAST
INSPIRATION DENIED
Newspaper Says Talk Friday on
‘Political Catholicism’ Was
Unofficial.
By the Ass eclated Press.
VATICAN CITY, April 4.—L’Obser
vatore Romano, Vatican newspaper,
said today that Friday night’s Vatican
station , broadcast on “Political Ca
tholicism” was "neither official nor
semi-official nor inspired."
The station broadcasted a statement
in German on “false political Ca
tholicism,” which had "brought heavy
damage to the honor and esteem of
the church.”
Earlier on the same day L'Observa
tore Romano published a brief note
which said it was authorized to say
that a declaration by Austrian bishops
concerning National Socialism “was
formulated and signed without pre
vious or subsequent approbation of the
Holy See and was made on the sole re
sponsibility of the Austrian episco
pacy."
In that declaration, Theodore Car
dinal Innitzer, Archbishop of Vienna,
and five other Catholic prelates voiced
recognition of the Nazi movement's
achievements and proclaimed their
loyalty as Germans to the greater Ger
many.
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COL. PAYNE DIES
Services for Retired Army Man
Will Be Held Tomorrow.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va, April 4
(/P).—Col. Brooke Payne, author of
“The Paynes in Virginia.” died at his
homo here yesterday after a long ill
ness.
Col. Payne, a retired Army officer,
was a native of Warrenton, where the
body will be interred at 3 p.m. tomor
row.
Surviving arp his widow, Mrs. Ethel
R. Pnvne: a daughter, Mrs. George W.
Brashears, ,ir.; two grandchildren, and
a sister, Mrs. Marion Douglas of
Warrenton.
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KEENE FUNERAL HELD
P. O. Official Will Be Buried in
Freedom, Me.
Funeral services for Carter B. Keene,
69, well known attorney. Mason and
Government official, were held this
afternoon at All Souls’ Church, of
which he was a member.
Dr. Ulysses G. B. Pierce, pastor,
officiated. Interment will be at Mr.
Keene’s home, Freedom, Me. He had
been prominent as an official of the
Post Office Department and was active
in local Masonic and social circles.
For some time he had been receiver
of the United States Savings Bank.
Brallffl.
WINDSOR. TAMES H. Officers and
members of the Bureau of En
Kravins and Printine Post, No.
ri.^nJprlca'1 IfSioh- are hereby
W’JiS the death of Comrade
JAMES H. WINDSOR and are
requested to assemble at s p.m
... ~~r , °h Monday. Anril 4 Itvts at
Hmes funeral home. Com 141h st n w "
for recitation of the American Legion ritual'
Funeral Tuesday. April 5. at 1 pm
J’®'1'1' above funeral home. Interment
HAYWOOn ati102arT£r^Dory By orrtpr of
HAYWOOD N. SAUNDERS Commander. 4
WINDSOR. JAMES H. The comrades of
Richard J. Harden Camp No.
United Spanish War Veterans
will assemble at 1:2:45 p.m
.Tuesday. April 5. 19.38. at Hines
Ifuneral parlors. 14th and Har
vard sts. n.w for the funeral
of our late comrade. JAMES H
WINDSOR. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery.
JAMES E. WILSON. Commander.
H. L. LESLIE. Adjutant. 4
M4VDSOR, JAMES H. Acacia Lodge. No
w 18 will hold a special communi
/A\ cation at noon Tuesday. April 5.
//A\ 1938. for the purpose of attend
j the funeral of our late
brother. JAMES H. WINDSOR.
Interment Arlington National
Cemetery.
J. DUTTON W AIN WRIGHT. Master.
WOODSON, JOHN W. On Monday.
April 4. 1938. at Providence Hospital
.)OHN W. WOODSON, beloved husband of
Ethel Woodson and father of Mrs. Audrey
McPherson. Mrs. Reeis Bond. Mrs. Clara
Lawler and Richard Woodson of 470]
Nichols ave. s.e. Remains resting at the
James T. Ryan funeral home ,317 Pa
ave. s.e.
Notice of funeral later.
In HHrmcrfam.
ABENDSCHEIN. DOROTHY VIRGINIA.
In sad but loving remembrance of - our
darling daughter. DOROTHY VIRGINIA
AEENDSCHEIN who departed this life
one year aco today. April 4. 1937. An
niversary mass at St. Francis Xavier
Church.
You suffered hours, yes. hours of pain.
To wait for cure, but all in vain.
Till God above knew what was best—
He called you home to give you rest.
The blow’ was hard, the shock severe.
We never thought your death so near.
Our hearts still ache with sadness.
Our eyes shed many a tear:
God only knows how we miss you
At the end of one sad year.
MOTHER AND DADDY. •
ANDERSON, MRS. THOMAS G. In lov
ing memory of our beloved wifp and
mother. Mrs. THOMAS G. ANDERSON,
who passed away three years aao today.
April 4. 19.35.
What would we give her hand to clasp.
Her patient face to see.
To hear her voice, to see her smile.
As in the days that used to be.
But some sweet day we’ll meet again.
Beyond the toil and strife.
And clasp each other’s hand once more.
In Heaven, that hapov life.
HER HUSBAND. SONS AND DAUGHTERS.

BOSTIC. JOHN CANFIELD. A tribute
of love io the memory of mv beloved
husband. JOHN CANFIELD BOSTIC, who
departed this life two years ago. April
4. 193d.
Gone, but not forgotten.
YOUR DEVOTED WIFE EFFIE BOSTIC. •
CARTER. DOROTHY D. In loving mem
ory of my dear daughter. DOROTHY D.
CARTER, who died fifteen years aeo to
day. April 4, 192.3.
Some may think I am not lonely.
When at times they see me smile;
Little do they know the heartache
That I suffer all the while.
Nobody knows my longing
But few have seen me weep:
I shed my tears from an aching heart
While others are fast asleep. _
HER LOVING MOTHER. •
CARTER. DOROTHY’ D. A loving trib
ute to the memory of my friend. DOROTHY
D. CARTER, who died fifteen years ago
today. April 4. 192.3.
EDNA TANNER OWENS. •
COLE. FRANCIS F.. JR. In loving re
membrance of our dear son and brother.
FRANCIS F. COLE. Jr., who departed this
life nine years ago today. April 4. 1929.
HIS DEVOTED MOTHER AND SISTER. •
MEREDITH, LOUIS F. In sacred mem
ory of mv dear husband. LOUIS F. MERE
DITH. who entered into eternal rest three
years ago today. April 4, 1935.
I have lost mv soul's companion.
A life linked with my own:
And day by dav I miss him more
As I walk through life alone.
HIS LONELY WIFE. BEULAH HARRIS
MEREDITH. *
MEREDITH. LOUIS F. Sacred to the
memory of our devoted son and stepson.
LOUIS F. MEREDITH, who departed this
life three years ago today. April 4. 1935.
Peaceful be thy rest, dear Louis.
'Tls sweet to breathe thy name;
In life we loved you dearly.
In death we do the same.
May his soul rest in peaep._
HIS LONELY MOTHER AND STEPFA
THER. ETHEL MEREDITH LED AND
WILLIAM T. LEE. •
PETITE. ELENOR. In sad but loving
memory of my dear mother. ELENOR
PETITE, who departed this life five years
aeo today. April 4. 1933.
HER LOVING SON •
SEATON. BLANCHE C. In loving re
membrance of our dear wife and mother.
BLANCHE C. SEATON, who left us one
year ago today. April 4. 1937.
God needed another angel
To worship before His throne.
So He looked down from Heaven
And called our wife and 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 was you.
A mother who gave us the best of her life.
Who cherished our secrets, our sorrows
and strife:
Who taught us to love, who taught us to
pray—
Oh. dear mother, in Heaven—God bless
you today.
HER DEVOTED .HUSBAND AND CHIL
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FUNERAL SET TONIGHT
FOR D. A. R. LEADER, 86
Miss Catherine Brittin Barlow
Was Pirst Curator Oeneral
of Society.
Funeral services for Miss Catherine
Brittin Barlow, 86, for many years
prominent in the Daughters of the
American Revolution, who died Fri
day in Garfield Hospital as a result
of injuries suffered in a fall, will be
held at 8:15 p.m. today in Hines fu
neral home, 2901 Fourteenth street
N.W. Burial will be in Philadelphia.
Ivjiss Barlow, who suffered a hip
fracture when she fell in her home at
1364 Girard street N.W. about two
weeks ago, held the distinction of
having been the first curator general
of the National Society, D. A. R. As
such she had been custodian of the
flags in the society’s museum. For
35 years she was a member of the
Dolly Madison Chapter, D. A. R., and
also was a member of the Huguenot
Society, the Mayflower Society and of
the Daughters of Founders and
Patriots Society.
Miss Barlow is survived by a
brother, De Witt D. Barlow, Plain
field, N. J.
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RITES ARE LISTED
FOR GEN. H.L. STEELE
Former Coast Artillery Chief to
Be Buried Tomorrow in
Arlington Cemetery.
Funeral services for Maj. Gen.
Harry Lee Steele, 63, U. S. A., retired,
former chief of Coast Artillery, who
died Thursday in San Diego, Calif.,
will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in
Arlington National Cemetery, with
Chaplain Ora J. Cohee officiating.
Burial will be with full military
honors.
Honorary pallbearers will be Maj.
Gen. Andrew Hero, retired: Mai. Gen.
Archibald H. Sunderland, chief of
Coast Artillery: Brig. Gen. John W.
Gullck, Col. Horace F. Spurgin. Col.
William W. Hicks, Ma.t. Clare H.
Armstrong, Maj. Webster H. Warren
and Maj. Stanley R. Mickelsen.
Gen. Steele served as rhief of Coast
Artillery from February, 1935, to
March 31, 1936. w:hen he was retired,
due to illness. He rose from the ranks.
During his long Army service he had
been on duty in the Philippines, in
China, Panama and Hawaii, in addi
I tion to serving at various posts in the
States.
One of Gen. Steele's two sons l.«
Lundeen V. Steele, 2310 Connecticut
avenue, a teller at the Washington
Loan & Trust Co.
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POLICE CONVINCED NOTE
j OF ‘SUICIDE’ IS HOAX
; Two Boys Find Bottle Holding
Message on Banks of
Potomac River.
Convinced it was a hoax, seventl
precinct police nevertheless were inves.
| tigating today a "suicide note" fount
by two young boys in a bottle or
the bank of the Potomac near the
4700 block of Conduit road N.W. yes
terday.
The finders were Gilbert Schles
inger. 10, and Billy Sheers, 13. ol
4937 Conduit road N.W. The note
written on brown paper, read:
"Please inform Mrs. Jenny Dres
den, Smith Center, Kans., that or
this day. April 3. 1938, I have de
parted this life. Please give her mj
love. Do not blame Marmaduke."
The note was signed "Marabelle
Dresden.”
Investigation by Detective Sergt
Michael Dowd revealed no person by
the name of Marabelle Dresden ir
the city directory or on the police
list of missing persons.
PAIR FLEEING POLICE
DROP 48 BEER MUGS
Officers at Second Precinct at
Loss on WhRt to Do With
Them.
Pour dozen beer megs were part ol
the uncalled-for goods at second pre
cinct today. Police were at a los.>
to dispose of them because a theft ol
beer mugs was still unreported in any
part of the city.
Policemen R. W. Creel and B. D
Crooke acquired the mugs yesterday
when they gave chase to two colored
men they saw fleeing into an alley
between Seventh and Eighth streets
P street and Florida avenue N.W.
As an obstacle to the pursuing pa
trolmen. the colored men dropped s
bushel basket. The officers found II
full of beer mugs. The men escaped.
PROSPECTOR IS ROBBED
OF GOLD ORE SPECIMENS
City Slicker Takes Salt Sack
Containing Burro's Shoe
and Minerals.
Last September John Lankford
prospector from the hill country oi
Wyoming, came to the city with som«
gold silver and copper ore specimen!
to try to get himself a grub stake.
Within the last few days, while Mr
Lankford was looking up likely back
ers, some city slicker stole into the
closet of his room at 2040 P street
N.W. and made off with the samples
The thief made off with the ore in
spite of the fact that for just such
contingencies Mr. Lankford had put
in the salt sack with the samples a
shoe off his trusty burro. No value
was given on the property lost.
Delta Sigma Pi to Meet.
The international commerce frater
nity of Delta Sigma' Pi will meet a1
8 p.m. tomorrow at the fraternity
house, 1651 Thirty-fifth street N.W.
All alumni in Washington are urged
to attend.
DOCTORS RECOMMEND
AMBULANCES
$ ^ any place
J in the city
Phone Columbia 0432
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DR. W. H. BARNHARD
DIES AT HOME HERE
Retired Dentist Was Former
Member of Examiners Board
of District.
Dr. William H. Barnhard, 55, prom
inent retired dentist, who in recent
years had devoted his time Kb Chris
tian Science as a practitioner, died
yesterday at his home in the La Salle
Apartments, after a short illness.
A native of Ohio, Dr. Barnhard
came to Washington many years ago
as an examiner with the Civil Service
Commission. In 1909 he was grad
uated in dentistry from George Wash
ington University. Subsequently, he
practiced here until 1928, when he re
tired, to give his time to Christian
Science.
Formerly. Dr. Barnhard had served
as both secretary and president of the
old National Capital Dental Society,
which was absorbed by the District of
Columbia Dental Society. He was a
member of the Board of Dental Ex
aminers from 1918 to 1923. Dr. Barn
hard was a trustee of the First Church
of Christ, Scientist.
Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Bue
lah Barnhard; a son, William H.
Barnhard, jr„ a brother, L. S. Barn
hard, all of this city.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30
p.m. tomorrow* in Gawler's chapel,
1756 Pennsylvania avenue N.W.
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: MRS. MARY PARKER DIES
AFTER LENGTHY ILLNESS
Funeral Services Will Be Held
Wednesday With Burial in
Mount Olivet.
Mrs. Mary Ellen Brown Parker, 74,
wife of John D. Parker, retired chief
clerk in the inspector general's office,
War Department, died yesterday at
her home, 1015 N street N.W., after
an illness of seven months.
Mrs. Parker was a lifelong resident,
of this city and had been an active
member of the Immaculate Concep
tion Catholic Church. She also was
a member of the Sodality of the
Blessed Virgin.
Mr. and Mrs. Parker had been
married 56 years on March 12. Be
sides her husband, she Is survived
by three sons, John G. and C. Walter
Parker, New York, and J. Bernard
Parker. Falls Church, Va.; three
daughters, Mrs. Frank T. Underwood,
New Orleans; Mrs. Harry M. Carroll,
San Benito, Tex., and Mrs. J. Robert
Shaw, this city, and 14 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 10
i a m. Wednesday in the Immaculate
| Conception Catholic Cnurch. Burial
| will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery.
NURSES TO MEET
Dr. Esther L. Richards, associate pro
fessor of psychiatry at John Hopkins
University, will address the thirty
eighth annual meeting of the Instruc
tive Visiting Nurse Society at a lunch
eon tomorrow at 12:30 pm., at Barker
Hall in the Y. W. C. A., Seventeenth
i and K streets N.W.
Dr. Richards will speak on “Behav
! ioristic Awareness in Home Nursing.”
Mrs. Harlan Fiske Stone, president of
the society, will preside.
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A. STEVE NANCE, LEADER
OF LABOR IN SOUTH, DIES
Georgian, Regional Director of
Textile Workers’ Body, Is
Victim of Blood Clot.
By the Associated Press.
ATLANTA. April 4.—A. Steve
Nance, 42, regional director fcr the
Textile Workers’ Organizing Com
mittee (C. I. O.), died in a hospital
yesterday.
Mr. Nance was stricken at his home
Friday night. Hospital physicians
said a blood clot on the brain caused
paralysis vhieh proved fatal. He had
been in ill health since last December.
Bom on a farm In Elbert County,
Mr. Nance was a charter member in
the mailers’ local of the International
Typographical Union, served six years
as president of the Atlanta Federa
tion of Trades and three years as
president of the Georgia Federation
of I^bor.
While heading the labor federa
tion, he accepted the directorship of
the T. W. O. C. in the South.
President William Green of the
American Federation of Labor last
year demanded Mr. Nance give up eith
er the presidency of the Georgia Fed
eration or the T. W. O. C. post and
Mr. Nance refused. A split in Georgia
labor ranks followed, Mr. Nance head
ing one faction.
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OPPORTUNITIES SEEN
“So fgr as the opportunity for young
men is concerned, there never has
been such an opportunity in the world
as there is today. We are going to
find out that the way we are going
to get out of some of our social
difficulties js by experimentation and
development; by new products the
people want,” declared Charles F.
; Kettering, vice president of General
Motors Cnrp.. before the American
Institute of Physics Symposium at
Ann Arbor, Mich., recently.
HERMAN 6. KIEL, 72,
DIES IN HOSPITAL
Retired Employe of Adjutant
General's Office Was Former
Educator.
Herman G. Kiel, 72, of 522 Harvard
street N.W., retired employe of the
Adjutant General’s Office, War De
partment, and educator, died Saturday
in Garfield Hospital after a short Ill
ness.
A native of Missouri, Mr. Kiel was
graduated from the University of Mis
souri in 1891. Earier, at the age of
21, he became the youngest county
school commissioner ever elected in
his native State. He later served as
a school principal in Missouri and
Texas and took post-graduate work
at the University of Breslau in Ger
many. He entered the service of the
Adjutant General's Office in 1907 and
retired in 1935.
During the last 22 years he wrote
many articles on Missouri and in 1925
published a book about the State.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Ottilie
H. Kiel: a daughter. Miss Helen J.
Kiel: two sons, Capt. Henry Kiel, West
Point graduate, who is en route here
from Panana, and Paul Kiel, graduate
of the Naval Academy, who is con
nected with a commercial firm in
Cleveland; two brothers, G. H Kiel,
Chicago, and A. P. Kiel, Gerald, Mo.,
and two grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements were being
deferred, pending the arrival of Capt.
Kiel.
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Fire Victim Dies.
Thomas Ambrossetti, 82, who was
burned about the body and legs when
his Brentwood (Md.) home was de
stroyed by fire on March 2, died last
night at Casualty Hospital. Mr. Am
brossetti, who resided on Holliday
street, has no known relatives.
B. LEE MALLORY DIES;
WAS MEMPHIS FINANCIER
Father Was One of Organizers of
Newspaper in City—Waa 72
Years Old.
MEMPHIS, Tenn., April 4 UP).—B.
Lee Mallory, 72, financial leader and
member of a well-known Memphis
family, died yesterday.
He was actively Interested in several
of the larger business firms of Mem
phis and headed a land company which
developed as a residential section the
area between the parkway and Non
oonnah Creek.
His father, the late William B. Mal
lory, was one of the organizers of the
Commercial Publishing Co. and for
years was publisher of the Commer
cial Appeal and a member of the news
paper's board of directors
Mr. Mallory was a native of Char
lottesville, Va., having moved to Mem
phis in his early boyhood.
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RITES FOR COL. DODSON
Funeral services for Lt. Col. Richard
S. Dodson, 51, who died last October 5,
at Fort Mills, Philippine Islands, were
i today in Arlington National
Cemetery, with Chaplain Ora J. Cohee
officiating.
Honorary pallbearers were MaJ Gen.
i Henry D. Todd, U. S. A., retired; Col.
i John O Steger. Lt Cols. Walter K.
: Dunn, Rollin L. Tilton, Ralph E.
j Haines, Roy S. Atwood, Deimar S.
Lenzner and Elmore B. Gray, the
latter retired.
Col. Dodson, a Coast Artillery Corps
officer, was stationed in Washington
from August, 1926, to July, 1927, while
attending the Army War College.
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Carolina Official Killed.
COLUMBIA, S. C„ April 4 UP).—M.
i F. Bush, 51, director of the State
j School Book Commission, was fatally
1 injured early today in a car crash.
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and women to have some knowledge of the services the modern
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better prepared to net both wisely and intelligently when the
need arises.
For that reason, the public is cordially invited to inspect our
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Its use is offered to all clients at no additional cost.
In extending this invitation to you and your friends, we do so
with the firm belief that the information to be gained by
acceptance will be interesting, instructive and helpful.. May we
express the hope that you will take advantage of this oppor
tunity?
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* Funeral Home •
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