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ALVEY. GEORGIA. On Wednesday
| April 13 193b. GEORGIA ALVEY. beloved
wife of John L. Alvey and sister of Mrs.
Jennie Thompson. Mrs. Kate Davis and
Mrs. May Gray.
Funeral from SafTell’s funeral home. 475
H st. n.w.. on Friday. April 15. at 11 a m.
Relatives and iriends invited. Interment
| Glenwood Cemetery
BASSETT. FLORA. On Wednesday.
April 13. 1938. at Washington Sanitarium.
FLORA BASSETT, beloved daughter of the
late Georce and Margaret Bassett.
Funeral from the Zurhorst funeral par
lors. 301 East, Capitol st.. on Friday. April
15. at 2:30 p.m. Interment private.
BRADY, SABINA M. On Thursday
April 14. 1938, at her residence. 5004
Illinois ave n.w.. SABINA M. BRADY, be
loved mother of Catherine Brady. Re
mains resting at the W. W Chambers Co.
funeral home. Mon Chapin st. n.w.
Notice of funeral later
BRADLEY. DENNIS J. On Wednesday.
Anril 13. 1938. at Emergency Hospital.
DENNIS J. BRADLEY beloved son of the
late Dennis and Johanna Bradley of Castle
Island. County Kerry. Ireland. Remains
resting at the residence of his sister. Mrs.
P. J. Murph.v. 4433 New Hampshire ave.
n.w.
Notice of funeral later. Kindly omit
flowers. 15
BURKE, GEORGE, JR. On Wednesday.
April 13. 1938. at Emergency Hospital.
GEORGE BURKE Jr., son of Georce Burke
and the late Janie Burke, husband of Lu
cille Burke, father of Georce A . Willie E .
Melvin B Linwood. Norman D and Paul
M Burke. Remains resting at Frazier's
funeral home. 389 R. I ave. n.w.
Notice of funeral later
BURRELL. ROBERT LEE On Tuesday.
April ^ 1'3 1938 m Pittsburgh Pa.. ROB
ERT LEE BURRELL, brother of Dandridee
and Edward Burrell ar.d Maria Clark, fa
ther of Edith Burrell. Other relatives and
friends also survive him.
Funeral Friday April 15. at 1 p.m. 1
from Henry s Washington A- Sons* fu- j
neral home. N st. n.w. Interment in i
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. *
CARROLL. ROBERT L. Departed this !
life suddenly Tuesday. April 12 1938. at j
T :0 p.m.. ROBERT L CARROLL He 1
leaves To mourn Their loss a devoted wile- }
AiiCe B. Carroll; six loving children. Hob- i
ert F Carroll. Marguerite C. Chapman.
Bernice Z. Carro'l. Edna A. Eggleston
David W. and Cecil \V. Carroll: one sister.
Mamie Carroll; three daughters-in-law:
two sons-in-law ar.d a host oi other rela
tives and friends. Remains resting at the
v Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 143;.’ You
tt n.w
Services will be held on Saturdav. Anril
1<1 at 1 p.m . at Israel C. M. E Church,
is j. ave and Morgan st. n.w. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 1 .i
COLLOM. JOSETH TURNER. On Wed
nesday, Anril i:;. )n:t£, ai the residence of
his daughter. r::t North Highland st . Ar
lington. Va JOSEPH TURNER COLLOM.
beloved husband of Lillian G. Collom. fa
ther of Mrs, otho C Meeds. Mrs. Ethel C.
Rimv and Vance R. Collom
Remains resting at the Ives funeral
home. .K4, Wilson blvd Arlington. Va .
where funeral services will be held Satur
£?_?lAD^' U’’ a it °-m Interment Co
iumhia Gardens Cemetery. 15
- EFFIF A. On Thursday April
i4 1 her residence. 3504 13th st. I
fl w EFFIE A CRAIG j
Notice of funeral later.
CRAWFORD. LOUISA. Veterans* Asso
ctation. No 3 G U O of O F announces i
FORD3 h LadV Veteran LOUISA CR/\W- !
Funeral Friday. Anril 15 1938 at 1 !
Pm from the Metropolitan Bapnst
Cnurch, R M. between 13th and 13th sts.
_ MRS ROX1E MILLER. C. L. V
B L Vi OOD. Rec. Secretary.. •
t CRAWFORD. LOUISA. Departed thi'
Lie suddenly, baturdav. April 9 .1938 fit
SA^Id ..Hospital. Mrs LOUISA CRAW
FORD beioved wife of the late Daniel :
Crawford. She is survived bv a devoted 1
son Harry S Crawford and other rela- !
tvps and friends. Remains resting with!
L. E Murrav & Son
t, ^u,l]eFa^ Fridav. April 15. at l p m from :
the Metropolitan Baptis* Church. Rev. E 1
c smith officiating. (Richmond. Va . pa- :
tprs Please copy.) 44 j
CRAWFORD. I.OIISA. All officers and
members of the Ejecta Chaptpr. No fi O
alS reauested to meet at the Metrn
v'1; Baptist Church. R st. between Iffth
and l ;*h sts. n.w. Friday April 15. tons
f'r-i'TT0c?r- ,t2,.,',rncl ;he funeral of Sister
LCUISA CRAWFORD
SISTER ALICE LAYAI.L W M
_.^^rrothER F. G CARTER. W F.
SISTER BLANCHE WARREN. Sec.
CRAWFORD. I.OIISA. Officers and
members of James Reese Europe
Unit. No. 5. American Lemon -
^Auxiliary. Denartmcn- of Dis
4trier of Columbia, are hereby
enotified of the death of their
rhaolam and only Gold Star
— Mother. LOUISA CRAWFORD
Memorial services will be held on Thurr- i
day. April 14. 1 «:ts at 8 p n- at the L. F
Murray A Son funeral home. Iffth and
LOUISE PATRICK. President. I
JULIA C. BROWN. Secretary.
CRAWFORD. LOI'ISA. All members of
Juna Mc.N. Henry Auxiliary. No. ff Armv
and Navy Union, are requested to assemble
at the funeral home cl L E Murray A:
Eon. Iffth and V sts. n.w.. on Thursday, j
April 14 IMS. at 8 pm., where services
w;;I bp held for our late past, lady com
mander LOUISA CRAWFORD
Funeral Friday. April 15 at 1 n m . '
from Metropolitan Baptist Church. R st
between Iffth and 13th sts. n w.
ELLA CRUMP. Lady Commander. 1
HATTIE MINKINS. Lady Adjutant.
CILLETON. PATRIC K On Tuesday. ;
Arnl Iff. IMS at Providence Hospital. I
PATRICK C'ULLETON aped *14 vearc the
beloved husband of Catherine M Culietnri
of 1518 4th st. s w. Remains restirs at
fr.e chape! of P. A. Taltavull. 430 1th st i
s w
Funeral services and interment in Pater- j
ton. N. J. 14 1
DAVIS. MARTHA On Thursday. April :
14 IMS. MARTHA DAVIS of 5330 Call!
r. !*.. Wif” of Morris Davis She 8]s0 1S
survived by two sons, one daughter and i
other relatives and friends. Remains rrst
■'U? at the Malvan A: Schev D'anwood fu
neral home 4445 Dear.p ave. n e.
Notice of funeral later.
D45 . MARGARET C. On Wednesday.
April 13, 1 MR. at her residence. .'Iffnii inth
S-. lie. MARGARET C. DAY. beloved wife
o. Georee A. Day and mother of Mrs
H’ien Whitacre Mrs. Georee Ver rosso!
Mrs Claude Hayden and Mrs. Grace
Sterner.
Funeral services a! the above residence 1
on Saturday April Id. at 1! a.m R'la
ti'-ps and friends invited. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. 15
DILL. SARAH HANNAH. On W'ednesriav.
Anri! 13 IM8. a’ her nephew's home,
gdbert DiH. Brooknlle. Md.. SARAH HAN- '
NAH DILI., acea i . years. Remains rest
ins at. Roy W Barber's funeral home. .
Lavtonsvilie. Md
Funeral services on Friday April 15. at 1
1 i a.m.. at Motina- Carmel M. P. Church :
Interment church cemetery. {
'*DDN H On Tuesday April
1 . I!'..' at the residence of his son. John
Green. Lux Manor. Md JOHN H. GREEN, i
be.owed husband of the late Elza Ida G’'een i
ffs is survived bv three children. Rilla ! i
Q-rrj.° Rayne- Mildred E. Green and John j 1
Funeral from the chapel of Thos. F j -
Murray^ ffhO/ Nichols ave. s.e.. on Friday j ■
April J o. at ff p m Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. I
14
GREEN, JOHN H. Officers and mem
bers of Mount Vernon Council. ’
No. in. Jr O. U. A. M.. are i
thereby notified to assemble in
(their lodeeroom. Northeast Ma- i
'sonir Temple. 523 8th st. n.e . 1
on Friday. Annl 15. IMS. at 1 1
p m . for the purpose of attend- i
ire the funeral of our late brother. JOHN
H GREEN. Funeral from the funeral
home of Thomas Murray. 2d07 Nichols
ave. s.e. Bv direction of
W. S BODTFORD Councilor. ,
Attest' E C. CROUCH. Rec. Sec.
GROSHON. MAi E. On Wednesday ' (
April 13.. 1338, at Casualty Hospital- MAY
F GROSHON. the beloved aunt of Mrs.3 i
El.a Molly of 17 23 3rd st n.e and Mr. 1
Reginald M. Roeerson of New York. t
Funeral services at the W. W. Chambers 1
Co funeral home. 1400 Chapin st n.w.
on Friday. April 15 at 11 a m. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Gienwood
Cemetery.
HARTLNG. ROSE SCHILLER. On
Thursdav April 14. 1338 at Miami Beach. 1
Fla ROSE SCHILLER HARTUNG of 1337 <
Harvard st. n.w.. mother of Charles S and 1
William K Hartung. 1
Notice of funeral later. 15
HORNE. DOTTIE HOPKINS. On Wed
rm.^dav. April 13. 1338 at 3:25 pm
DOTTIE HOPKINS HORNE of 720 Hobart
Pi. n.w beloved wife of James H. Horne
ar.d devoted daughter of Ben and Estella 1
Horkins of Rocky Mount. Va. Remains
mav be viewed at the McGuire funeral
home. 1820 3th st. n.w. on Friday. April
Id from 4 pm. until in p.m.
Interment Rocky Mount. Va.. on Sun- !
cay. April 17. 15 ,
. HURT. EDITH MCPHERSON. Departed 1
this life on Tue^dav. April 12. 1338. EDITH
McPherson hurt of 1313 Que st. n.w .
daughter of Charles McPherson, wife of
Charles E Hurt She also is survived by
one son and other relatives and friends
Remains resting at the M?lvan Sc Schey fu
neral home. N. J. ave. and R st n w
Funeral services at. Poolesville Md . on
April 17. at 2 p.m. Interment
Church cemetery. 15
JESSIE. CLARENCE M. Suddenly, on
Wednesday. April 13. 1035. at his resi
dence 15n.' C If- CLARENCE M.
JESSJE beloved husband of Janie Jessie
*nd father of William H. Jessie.
Funeral from the W. w. Chambers Co.
Southeast funeral home. 51* 11th st se
00 Friday. April 15. at 2 pm. Relatives
?nd friends are invited. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery.
1ANTHONY. On Tuesday. April '
3.. lo.is. at his residence. 2050 South
r? ■ Arlington. Va.. ANTHONY
JONES, husband of Martha Jones, father of
Ahce. Dorothy. Herman and Clarence Jones: •
brother of Lizzie Jones. Rebecca Hicks.
Emma Jones. Marie Gould and Washing
ton Jones. Remains temporarily resting
st Fraziers funeral home. 383 R. I. ave. i
tuw,. until 4 p.m. Friday. April 15; there
after at hi.s late residence.
Funeral Saturday. April Ifi. at, 2 p.m..
from Lomax A M E Z. Church Arlington,
va. Rev. H J. Callis officiating Inter
ment church cemetery. Relatives and
friends are invited. Kindly omit flowers.
^ __% 15
_FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
V. L. SPEARE CO.
Neither the successor to nor connected with
Lhl w R Speare establishment.
1009 H St N W Phon®
** * National 2892
J. William Lee’s Sons Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Crematorium
<th and Mass Ave. N.E. Lincoln 5200
Frank Geier’s Son* Co.
1113 Seventh St. N.W. M.i- ,i OA77
Modern ChapeL XeL WdUOMl 2474
I
Bratljfi.
LANE. BERTHA E. On Tuesday. April
12. 1938. at 914 9th st. n.e. BERTHA
E LANE, the beloved wife of the late Wil
liam H. Lane. Remains resting at the W
W. Deal funeral home. 813 H st. n.e.. until
Friday morning.
Interment Hishstown. N J.
LOEB. LOUIS. On Wednesday. April
13. 1938. at his residence. 27on Conn. ave..
LOUIS LOEB. beloved husband of Bertha
J. Loeb.
Services were held at the above resi
dence on Thursday. April 14. at 2 p.m.
Interment Nashville. Tenn.. Friday. April
15 15
LYNN. GERTRUDE ALLEN. On Wed- !
nesdav. April 13. 1938. GERTRUDE ALLEN
LYNN, wife of George W. Lvnn.
Services at her late resfdence. 1249 33rd
si n.w.. on Saturdav. April 10. at 9 a m :
thence to Holy Trinity Church. 30th and O
* n.w.. where prayers will be offered at
3.30 a m. Interment Holy Rood Cemetery.
15
ERS. LULA VIRGINIA. On Tuea
Q»i.Aprl **;•, 1938. at the Washington
r-aTiitt2ri^A>>P«a-koma Park LULA VIR
GINIA MAGERr. aged 55 years, beloved
°LJoanr Henry Magera of Gaithers
burg. Md. Remains resting at Gartners
funeral home. Gaithersburg. Md.
Funeral services Friday. April 15. at 2
P m" at the Presbyterian Church. Darnes
tovn. Md. Interment church cemetery
MARTIN. THOMAS J. Entered into
eternal life on Wednesday. April in. itt.ts,
bts home J;i4i> Mass. ave. s.e.. THOMAS
J MARTIN, beloved husband of the late
Vircmia Blake Martin and father of James
H. and Thomas G. Martin, the late Hush
B. Martin. Mrs. Frank Youne. Mrs. Bernard
Miller and Mrs Lemuel Owen
Services at his late residence on Friday.
AdiiI Li. at 2 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill
cemetery. 2 4
MILLER. JULIA PAULINE. On Wednes
day apti3 13. 193s at Providence Hos
pital. JULIA PAULINE MILLER beloved
wife of the late Michael J. Miller and
mother of Mary J Henry Francis. Florence
A. Loakc and Samuel J Miller.
Funeral from her late residence. 751 ?th
st s.c on Saturday. April 13. at 10 45
a m Relatives and friends invited In
terment Columbia Gardens Cemetery. J5
5ULLFR JULl.A. Officers and members
of Court District of Columbia. No. 213. 1
Catholic Daughters of America, are noti
?r>TT°JLthe death of Member Mrs. JULIA
MILLER and are reouested to meet at her
late residence. 7 51 7th st. s.e . on Fridav
evening. April 15. 1938. at 7 o'clock, for
the recitation of the Rosary and to arrange
for attending the funeral on Saturdav
morning at lo:15 a m. from the residence. |
tttA^'£ty^A F UHL. Grand Recent.
JEANNETTE MALLON. Fin. Sec. J 5 \
MINOR. JAMES L. On Thursday. April j
\:af his residence. 312 T st. n.w..
JAMES L^ MINOR, husband of the Iat»
Mary M. Minor, beloved father of Ruth M
Fisher, brother of j. R Minor of Hacken
sack N. j and devoted cousin of Mrs.
Mary E Griffin. He also is survived bv
two grandchildren, other relatives and
many friends
. Notice funeral later. Arrangements
by McGuire. j5
MORFESI, MICHELE. On Wednesday.
Ann] 13. 1938. MICHELE MORFESI. be
loved husband of Annunziata Morfesi He
also is survived by six children.
i-'oiin£ra services at his late residence.
I. -11-0 , on Saturday. April in. at
1". l,-) am Relatives and friends invited
Interment Mount Oliver Cemetery <New
XoriirP^rvfrs PIease ropy.) Services by the
w. W. Chambers Co. j5 :
NEWTON. MYRTLE A. On Wednesday
APril J 3. 1938 MYRTLE A. NEWTON be
loved wife of Eaward R Newton.
Funeral from the residence of Mrs. Nellie
Anr-T-t0I\ You n.e.. on Friday
A^’* ,l5- at n m. Relatives and friends
mu:ed. Interment Columbia Gardens 14
....PARKHIRST. VIRGINIA PETKRS. On
Wednesday. April i.- mas. VIRGINIA i
rhIS?S cP‘'RnHVf ST bfloved wife of
Chailcs P. p. Parkhurst.
hT,ulieI?i- f';om ,hf' w W. Deal funeral
home. Sit. II st. n.e.. Friday April 15 at
- P.m. Friends invited to attend. Inter- '
ment private.
i•' n.WTuesday. Anril!
1- liMS. LEROY PERKINS of 1117 New
Jersey eve. n.w husband of Sarah Per
Ki!i^. He also is survived bv eicht chii- ,
r.ren. other relatives and friends Re- 1
mams rest me at the Malvan A- Schey fu
neral home N. J ave and R st. n.w j
r uneral from above Darlors on Fridav
April lo. at •: P.m.. Rev. R. P. usinev of
nciatinp. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
PROCTOR MARY MABeC On Wed
nesday. April jy. 1 P.’.v at Fiefimen s
Hospkpi. MARY MAEEL PROCTOR of
o.\on Hill. Md.. beloved wife of Char es
Proctor, devoted mother of Mary Charles
a. an? Elizabeth Proctor: dauchtcr of
A.*xander Proctor. She also leaves other
relatives and many friend*. Remains
.at. thp 'lohn T. Rhines funeral
chaoel. .»rd and Eve sis. s w.
Notice of funeral later.
SIMMS. CARRIE V Departed this life
oTA*T*loSd£y4--^p!ll 1 -• 3f,;^ CARRIE N
SIMMS of 4o. ..I st. n.w . wife of James •
Simms. She also is survived bv other re’s- i
tnes and friends-. Remains resting at the
yia.van A Schey funeral home. N. J. are
and R sr. n.w.
Funeral from above parlors on Fridav.
April lo. at 11 a m. Interment Woodlawn
Cemetery.
STALCUP. BENJAMIN M. On Wednes- !
day. April 1.1. 10.U8 at his residence
iAT»Alul»Parl5, Fairfax Couniy. ya , BEN
JAMIN M. STALCUP beloved husband of
MaP' T Stalcup and father of Benjamin S.
and Marv r, stalcup
r^st,ing ?! the Iver' funeral
home. .-84. Wilson blvd Arlmeicn. Va.. I
where funeral services will be held Friday
Arm Jo. at p.m. Interment private. 14 !
-STEGMAIER. GEORGE IV. On Tuesday. 1
"nni !-• IS'.iS. at hi: son's resld-nce. I
Raymond L. steemaier. 5t;is North nth s' . i
Arlington. Va . GEORGE W STEGMAIER
Lbe beloved husband of the late Annie M,
ttegmaier men Gradv
Funeral from his daughter's residence I
Tt-. Felix McDonald tun 15th st. n c. on
Pndav. Anril 15. at 11 a.nv Relatives and
Ti'-ncis are invited. Intermen' Mount
Jluet Cemetery. Arrangements by Wpv H
sardo & Co. j4
TAYLOR. PRESTON S. Departed this
iff Tues«a>-. April Id. litas, at f»:5ii a m.
. REbTON S. TAYLOR of '25H1 Amger n: ,
jar field. D, C.. belored husband of Fiances
raylor. loving father cf Milton. Fern and
Jean Taylor: devoted son of Jessie and
he late Wallace Taylor, brother of Wal
ace. jr.. and Griffin Taylor, He also is
survived by many other relatives and
nends. Remains may be viewed at ins
ate residence after 4 p.m. Frida". April 15.
Funeral Saturday. Anril l'i. at ] •; noon
rom the Emmanuel Baptist Church. Gar
ield. D. C.
TROILAXG, BLLI.E A. On Wednesday.
at Garfield Hospital. BELLE
V TROULANG of 1455 SPTins rd n.w.
leloved daughter of the late Emm’ C
>l»ntz. Remains resting at the S. H, Hines
-o funeral home. I nth st. n.w.
Notice of funeral later.
WALLINGTON. FANNY T. On Wcdn»s
lay. Anril 15. 1 at Walter Reed Grn
rai Hospital. FANNY T. WALLINGTON.
leloved wife of Edward C. Wallington.
leutenant colonel. U. S. Army.
Body resting at the Tab'er funeral liomp.
■'It • »th st. n.w.. until Friday. Anril 15.
■ hen services will be held in the chapel at
ort Myer. Va.. at (2 p.m.. followed bv in
erment in Arlington National Cemetery.
WHITE, ANNE G. On Tuesday. April
5 HI58. at Providence Hospital. ANNE o.
VHITE, aged 4!) years, the beloved wife
if Howard G. White.
Funeral from her late residence. SIT E
t s.e.. on Friday. April 15. at in a m.
lelatives and friends are invited to at
end. Interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery,
irrangements by P. A. Taltavull, 14
WOODS. LUCY FREEMAN. On Tuesdav.
inril 1”, lflijs. LUCY FREEMAN WOODS,
ievoted daughter of Marie Banks. She
Iso leaves five sons, two daughters and
ne sister to mourn their loss. Remains
esting at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral
hurch. 145(2 You st. n.w.
Funeral Friday. April 15- at 1:50 p.m..
rom the Vermont Avenue Baptist Church
tev. C T. Murrav officiating Relatives
nd friends invited. Interment Arlington
lational Cemetery.
fit iJUmortam.
DANDRIDGE. LEILA R. In loving re
lembrance. though sad. of my beloved
laughter and our devoted sister. LEILA R.
)ANDRIDGE. who departed this life one
ear ago today. April 14. J9UT.
Treasured thoughts of one so dear
Often bring a silent tear:
Thoughts return to scenes long oast.
Time rolls on. but memory lasts.
__ Hast, sweet spirit, res*.
DEVOTED FATHER. PAUL L DANDRIDGE:
SISTER. HATTIE C.. AND BROTHERS.
CLAUDE AND RICHARD.
HOUGH. MARY EMMA. In loving mem
iry of our mother MARY EMMA HOUGH,
vho departed this life fifteen years ago
oday. April 14. 19H.S.
Dur hearts still ache with sadness.
„ Our eves shed many tears:
jod only knows how we miss you. mother.
At the end of fifteen years.
YOUR DEVOTED DAUGHTERS. •
KNOWLES. WILLIAM (BUD). A tribute
o the memory of our dearly beloved son.
VIILIAM (BUDi KNOWLES, who left us
ourteen years ago today. April 14. 19'14
Anniversary mass at Holy Name Church.
Done is the face w-p loved so dear,
blent is the voice we long to hear.
roo far away for sight or speech.
3ut not too far for thought to reach.
Always remembered
4IS PARENTS. MR. AND MRS. JAMES
KNOWLES. *
SMITH. MARY C. B Sacred to the
nemory of my dear mother. MARY C B
SMITH, who entered Into eternal rest
April 14. 1929.
A loving thought, true and tender.
Just to show I still remember.
4ER DEVOTED DAUGHTER. SADIE G
THOMAS. •
SNOWDEN, SPENCER A. In memory of
nv son and our brother. SPENCER A
SNOWDEN, who departed this life three
'ears ago today. April ]4. 19.15.
Like a ship that's left Its moorings
And sails bravely out to sea.
So some one dear has sailed away
In calm serenity.
You had a smile for every one.
A heart as pure as gold.
For those who knew and loved you
Your memory will never grow old.
I cannot say. and. I will not say.
That he is dead: he is just awav.
41= DEVOTED FATHER. STEPMOTHER.
BROTHERS AND SISTERS. *
WEAVER. MORTIMER. JR. In sad but
nving remembrance of our devoted son
tnd brother. MORTIMER WEAVER. Jr .
vho left us nine years ago today. April
14. 19119,
roday we turn back the pages
In the book of memory,
and the face of a vanished loved one
Again in our thoughts we see.
Sweet are the flowers In memory’* garden.
Blooming to gladden our hearts with
their cheer:
Thoughts of our loved one. never forgotten.
Ever remembered and ever held dear.
DEVOTED FAMILY. •
I
SHU ANNIVERSARY
Leaders in Many Fields
Attend Open House
at Hospital.
Several hundred District govern
ment, civic and business leaders, con
tributors to the hospital, physicians
and clergymen last night helped the
staff of Eastern Dispensary and Cas
ualty Hospital celpbrate the 50th an
niversary of the establishment of the
institution.
Features of the open house and re
ception were exhibitions of the latest
types of hospital equipment, drugs,
medicines and surgical appliances,
arranged by members of the hospital
staff.
There was even an emergency case,
by way of practical demonstration,
provided when 10-year-old Wilbur
Shope. 637 Maryland avenue N.E.,
fell out of a tree in the northeast
corner of the Capitol grounds while
swinging from a limb and received a
compound fracture of the lower left
arm.
Surrounded With Experts.
It is unlikely that any young man
ever had more expert medical atten
tion available than did young Wilbur
when he arrived at the emergency
entrance in charge of a policeman of
the Supreme Court police force. After
Wilbur had his fractures reduced In
the presence of a galaxy of medical
stars of the District, his injury was
examined with the hospital’s new
portable fluoroscopic and radio
graphic unit, one of the new pieces
on exhibition, and he was put to bed
for the night.
Wilbur is the son of Mrs. Myrtle
Gould Shope, widow of Raymond !
Shope.
Melvin C. Hazen, president of the
Board of District Commissioners, and
Maj. Ernest W. 3rown, superintend
ent of police, headed a list of District
government officials attending the re
ception. Members of Congress were
present or sent messages of congratu
lation to Miss Elizabeth M. Rogers,
superintendent of the hospital, and
members of her staff.
Another “Case” Presented.
Chief among the exhibits was “Miss
Mary Doe,” a dummy. Constructed
by Dr. James W. Braden, chief resi
dent, physician,* Miss Doe was used
to demonstrate the treatment of the
victim of an “automobile accident'’
which must have amounted to little
short of a catastrophe. Miss Doe was
partially inclosed in the latest type
of oxygen tent; to her arm was hooked
lip a new type of intervenous injector;
into her nostrils ran the tubes from
a brand-new Wangeensteen appa
ratus, used for removing gas or liquids
from the stomach: through one leg
ran a Kirschr.er wire to which was
attached a series of weights' for the
reduction of fractures; she had an- i
other weight attached to her foot to '
prevent its stiffening as a result of
continued misplacement; there were
other weights to elevate the “frac
tured” leg and, all in all, the immo
bile Miss Doe was having a lament
able time of it. On the card at the I
foot of her bed—which, by the way, j
was one of the latest adjustable types ;
for fracture cases—was the prog- !
nosis: ’ Will recover and become a
better driver.”
Tlie Wangeensteen apparatus, in
troduced by Dr. Braden two years
ago, can b? used not only for removal
of ether and gas from the stomach,
but also for such purposes as the ad
ministration of "purely psychologi
cal ’ drinks of water to patients with
stomach or bowel injuries. Such pa
tients, unable to drink water without
injury, still thirst. Through use of
the apparatus they may be given
water which is just as promptly
pumped right out again. They thus
get the psychological satisfaction of
drinking with none of the evil efffects.
Apparatus on Display.
Across the corridor from Miss Doe's
room of pain was a room containing
exhibits representing the medical prog- i
ress of the half century since Casualty ;
Hospital was established. New anes
thetics, general and local; new drugs
and medicines and many new pieces
of apparatus of all types were labeled
and on display.
All of the hospital was thrown open :
to visitors except wards in which there
were patients. Members of the staff !
guided visitors through operating
rooms, laboratories, the emergency \
section and the open rooms &nd wards. 1
There was a birthday cake with 50
candles in the boardroom and re
freshments were served in the base
ment. A section of the Marine Band
Orchestra provided music.
Members of the Reception Commit- 1
tee. in addition to Miss Rogers and
her assistant, Dr. J. Rogers Young,
were Dr. Braden, Samuel H. Rogers, j
president of the Board of Directors:
Evan H. Tucker, vice president; Harry
F. Allmond. secretary; Thomas P.
Hickman, and the following members
of the board: Thomas M. Baker, Wil
liam J. Brewer, Maj. Ernest W. Brown,
Charles A. Carry, Daniel J. Donovan,
Roscoe Fertich, Dr. Malcolm G. Gibbs,
Commissioner Hazen. Joseph A. Her
bert, F. Alexander Kerr, Edgar M.
Mayne. William N. Payne, jr.: J. Ches
ter Pyles, Odell S. Smith. Frank R.
Strunk, Mrs. Martha J. Vaughan and
Mrs. Bernard Walls.
VIRGINIA SLAYING TRIAL
EXPECTED TO END TODAY
Farmer Who Killed Sheriff Says
Officer Was Abusive and
Threatening.
By the Associated Press.
WINCHESTER, Va„ April 14.—A
Clarke County jury was expected to
day to begin'deliberations in the case
of George W. Pingley. charged with the
killing of Sheriff William Newcome of
Frederick County, before nightfall.
Although the defense testimony was
incomplete at the close of a night ses
sion, indications pointed to an early
conclusion today.
Pingley, a farmer in whose moun
tain home the officer was killed Feb
ruary 13 when Newcome sought to
serve a warrant charging the sale of
attached sheep, took the stand to tes
tify that Newcome was abusive and
threatening.
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Services to Be Held Tomorrow for
Lt. L. O. Crane, Killed Off
Hawaii in March.
By f n^Asscciated Press.
ANNAPOLIS, Md., April 14.—Fu
neral services, with full naval honors,
for Lt. Leo O. Crane, pilot of a Navy
bombing plane that crashed off the
Hawaiian Islands March 30, will be
held tomorrow at St. Mary’s Roman
Catholic Church.
An escort of sailors will accompany
the funeral cortege to the Naval
Academy Cemetery, where the burial
services will be held.
Lt. Crane is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Frances Crane, and a young
daughter, Dorothea Patricia Crane.
Mrs. Crane is the daughter of James
G. O’Neill, head of the Chemistry De
partment of the Navy Experiment
Station here.
T. i. MARTIN DIES;
WAS FIRM’S AUDITOR
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Rites to Be Held Tomorrow for
Former Dulin & Martin
Official.
Thomas J. Martin. 87. former audi
tor and member of the firm of Dulin
& Martin, died yesterday at his
home at 1346 Massachusetts avenue
S.E. after a brief illness.
Mr. Martin was born in Alexandria
in 1851 and had been connected with
Dulin & Martin for more than 50
years. His brother, the late William
Martin, was one of the founders of
the firm.
Since the death of his wife six years
ago Mr. Martin had made his home
with a daughter, Mrs. Frank M.
Young.
He is survived by Mrs. Young and
two other daughters, Mrs. B. F. Miller
of Washington and Mrs. L. W. Owen
of Arlington, Va.; two sons, Thomas
G. Martin of Washington and James
H. Martin of Altoona, Pa., and six
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at the
home at 2 p.m. tomorrow. Burial will
be in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
CHEST FUND MEETING
Organizations Asked to Submit
Budgets in Prince Georges.
Spec.a! Dispatch to The Star.
HYATTSVILLE, Md, April 14.—
Prince Georges Gountv organizations
wishing to share in the proceeds of
the Community Chest campaign this
year must submit a budget of their
needs to W. R. Beattie. Bladensburg.
finance chairman of the Social Service
League of the county, before Tuesday.
A special meeting of the Board of
Directors of the league will be held
April 20 at 8 .p.m. in the County
Building in Hyattsville.
Fire Auxiliary to Elect.
FRANCONIA. Va., April 14 < Spe
cial i.—The Woman's Auxiliary of
Franconia Fire Department will meet
tonight at 8 o'clock in the engine
house to elect officers.
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Two Diamond Weddings.
Two diamond weddings in a week
thrilled Brompton. England, wThose
population is less than 1,000.
CITE A. F. L UNION
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C. I. 0. Group Complains
to N. L. R. B. of Alleged
Unfair Practices.
Officials of the Transport Workers’
Union. C. I. O. affiliate, went to the
National Labor Relations Board to
day with a complaint of unfair labor
practices against the local union of
the American Federation of Labor,
as the latter conferred with officials
of the Capital Transit Co. attempting
to negotiate a new wage agreement.
Neal McGillicuddy, business agent
for the Transport Workers’ Union,
planned to charge the A. F. of L.
affiliate, known as Local 689 of the
American Association of Street and
Electric Railway and Motor Coach
Employes of America, with “intimida
ation.” He said representatives of the
amalgamated stood outside Turner's
Arena Tuesday night and wrote down
names of their members who attended
a T. W. U. organization meeting. He
charged transit company officials
were posted across the street, and
complaint might also be lodged
against them with the National Labor
Relations Board.
At the officers of the Capital Transit
Co., John H. Cookman, business
agent for the Amalgamated, planned
to negotiate for a new wage agree
ment to take the place of the one
which expired April 1, but was ex
tended for 15 days. Details of the
new proposals were not disclosed early
today.
The Amalgamated, Mr. Cookman
claims, has 2,850 members of the 3.200
employes of the company eligible to
union membership.
The T. W. U„ affiliate of C. I. O.,
according to Mr. McGillicuddy, had
signed up about 900 employes. His
union is striving for elimination of
the one-man car and asking for two
weeks’ vacation with pay and pen
sions.
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EX-BANKER’S HOLDINGS
Named in Anticipation of Suit
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Jailed Assistant.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
CHARLES TOWN, W. Va„ April
14.—In anticipation of suit against
the estate by the Federal Deposit In
surance Corp., Sheriff R. J. Madison
yesterday was named a committee to
assume charge and management of
the property of J. Richard Russell,
former assistant cashier of Farmers’
Bank & Trust Co., who is now in a
Federal prison at Lewisburg, Pa. His
imprisonment followed confession to
embezzlement of funds from the
bank, which, State Bank Commis
sioner George Ward at one time said,
would approximate half a million
dollars.
A. S. Allen, W. M. Jones and J. E.
Watson were named a committee to
appraise the estate.
Russell, following his plea of guilty,
was sentenced last November 30 by
Federal Judge W. E. Baker at Elkins
Federal Court to serve five years on
each of five counts in one indictment,
or a total oi 25 years.
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