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ALLISON, ISAAC. On Monday, February
12. 1940. at his residence. 3 Kendall Green n.e.. Prof. ISAAC ALLISON, beloved husband of Mrs Edna S. Allison and' fa ther of conard Allison and Mrs. Frank D. Marshall. Services at the Lee funeral home. 4th st. and Mass, ave n.e., on Thursday. February IS, at 2 om. Relatives and friends In vited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 14 ASHFORD. GEORGIA ANNA. On Mon day. February 12. 1940. at her residence. 260 Ethan Allen ave.. Takoma Park. Md.. GEORGIA ANNA ASHFORD (nee Grtmesl. widow of Joseph Franklin Ashford and mother of Bertha M. Bromwell. Joseph E., Raymond K.. Charles R. and James E. Ashford. Services at the 8. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 J4th st. n.w.. on Wednesday. February 14. at 3 p.m. Interment Glen wood • Cemetery 13 BEALL, MART ELLEN. On Monday. February 12. 1940. at her home. Naylor. Md.. MARY ELLEN BEALL, wife of the late Clinton Beall Services at St. Thomas' Episcopal Church. Croom. Md.. on Thursday. Feb ruary 13. at 3 p.m. Interment church cemetery. 14 BIESINGER. RARBARA M. On Satur day. February 10. 1940. BARBARA M BIESINGER. the beloved wife of Elias Blesinaer. Funeral from the chapel of Frank Geier's Bonk Co.. 1113 ?th st. n.w.. on Wednes day. February 14. at 8:30 a m. P.euuiem mass at St. Mary's Church at 9 a m Rcl Stlves and friends Invited. Interment Ar neton National Cemetery. 13 BILLINGSLEY, JAMES OGLE. On Sun day, February 11. 1940, at Colonial Bench. Va.. JAMES OGLE BILLINGSLEY hus band of Mrs Susie Baker Billingsley. Funeral Tuesday. February 13. at 2 p.m . from the First Baptist Church. Co lonial Beach. Va. 13 BLUSH. JAMES EDWIN. Suddenly, on Saturday. February 10. 1940. JAMES ED WIN BLUSH, beloved son of the late Ed win H Blush and Gertrude McDonnell Hardesty. Funeral from the residence of his tunt. Mrs Gilbert H Davis. 1020 New ton st. n.e.. Wednesday. February 14. at 9:30 a m.: thence to Si. Aloyslus church, where requiem mass will be said at 1(1 a m. for the repose of his soul Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends Invited 13 bkevvlk. »iLLib i.i l ls suddenly, on Saturday. February !(>. 1940 at Freed men's Hospital. WILLIE ELLIS BREWER, beloved husband of Matilda Pendleton Brewer, father of Catherine Lillian B.c-wer, devoted son of Ellis Brewer and the iate Ada D Brewer He is the brother of Mrs. Lillian Hessieteen Washington. Mrs Mary Duffey and Mrs. Lessie Gibbons. Thomas, Heywood and Harry Brewer: uncle of Mrs. Bertha Wilson of New York City. Julian and George Washington and Paul Duffey. He also leaves a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral Thursday. February 15. at 1 P.m.. from the W. Ernest Jarvis iuneral church, 1432 You st. n.w Relatives and friends invited. Interment Ar'ington Na tional Cemetery. 14 BROAS. JOHN M. On Monday. Feb ruary 12. 1940. JOHN M. BROAS. beloved husband of Mrs. Belle N. Broas. Remains resting at the Lee funeral home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where services will be held on Wednesday. February 14, at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. BROWN, WILLIAM LINCOLN. On Sun day, February 11. 1940. at his residence, the Ontario Apts.. 18th st. and Ontario road n w.. WILLIAM LINCOLN BROWN, aged 77 years beloved husband of Esther F. Brown Funeral services at the above residence Wednesday. February 14. at 3 p.m. In terment private. BROWN, WILLIAM LINCOLN. The Dis trict of Columbia Society of the Sons of the American Revolution announces with dee® regret the death of Compatriot WIL LIAM LINCOLN BROWN. 14 BYRNE, HENRY H. On Sunday. Feb- \ ruary 11. 1940 HENRY H BYRNE, be loved husband of Joanna Kenealy Byrne. Funeral from his late residence. Hill Crittenden st. n.w.. on Thursday February 15. at 9:30 a.m. Reauiem mass at ihe Shrine of the Sacred Heart Church at 10 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends Invited. 14 CHANEY, R. JESSE. On Sunday. Feb- | puary 11. 1940. at Garfield Hospital. R. JESSE CHANEY of Hill road. Seat Pleas ant, Md.. beloved husband of Grace V. Chaney inee Taylori and father of Rich ard J.. 1r.; George T . Robert L. and Mar garet V. Chaney and brother of Ralph C. and T Herman Chaney. Funeral services at his late residence on Thursday. February 15. at 10:30 am.: thence to St. Matthew's Church. Seat Pleasant. Md.. where services will b* held at 11 a m. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Addison Chapel Cemetery Ar rangements by the Wm. H. Sardo A Co. 14 CLINE. FLORENCE M. On Sunday. February 11 1040. at Emergency Hospital. FLORENCE M CLINE, beloved wife of the late Frederick H. Ciire and mother of Mrs. Dan Payne and Mrs. Donild Smith: . eister of Mrs. Kate M. Coleman and Charles ! A. Moore. Services Wednesday. February 14. a* 2 ’ p.m.. at Episcopal Church Vienna. Va. ! Interment Brethren Cemetery. Oakton. Va Remains resting at Money A King s funeral Parlor. Vianna Va. 13 COLLISON. FRANCES PHILLIPS. On Tuesday. February 13. 1040. at the home i of her son-in-law. Rev. George Parrand Taylor. TryoiwJ*, G* HRANCES PHILLIPS COLLISON. mother of Jessie and Wllla Collison and Mary Collison Taylor. Funeral services at Covenant-Fust Frts byterlan Church. Wednesday. February 14. at 4 p.m. Interment at Troy, N. Y. GARNER. JOHN. Departed this life I Tuesday. February 13. 1940. at Gallinger Hospital. JOHN GARNER, son of the late John Thomas Garnery He also leaves to mourn one sister. Theresa Garner; one brother. George Garner, and one sister-in law, Catherine Garner: two aunts, Flor ence Gross and Theresa Strong. Other relatives and friends also survive. Re Eiains resting at Eugene Ford's funeral ome. 1300 South Capitol st. Notice of funeral later. GIANNINI. BATTISTA. On Saturday, February 10. 1940. at Sibley Memorial Hos pital. BATTISTA GIANNINI of 302 G st. n.e.. beloved husband of Angelina G.annlni and father of John A.. Michael J.. Richard. Leonard. Edna R. and Violet R. Giarmini. Funeral services at his late residence on Wednesday February 14. at 8:30 am ' thence to St A'.oysius Church. iv!'.e:e mass will be sune at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. Arrangements by the Wm H. Bardo A Co. 13 GREEN, EDWARD. Op Tuesday. Feb ruary 13. 1940. at his residence. 4X1 E st. s w . EDWARD GREEN, aged 02 vear.5. I beloved husband of Mary Green. Funeral from his late residence on Thursday. February 15. at 10 a.m Rela- I fives and friends invited Interment Ar lington National Cemetery. Arrangements by P. A. Taltavull. • GREEN. JOSEPH. Departed this life Tuesday. February 13. 1940. at his resi dence. 821 3rd st. s.w.. JOSEPH C-REFN. He leaves to mourn their loss a devoted wife. Luella Green: one niece, one nephew, on cousin and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Campbell's funeral home. 423 4th st. s w. Notice of funeral later. GREY, ANNIE CATHERINE. On Mon day. February 17. at the home of her I daughter. Mrs. Sherwood B Royston. Lin- I den. Md.. ANNIE CATHERINE GREY, age I P3. beloved wife of the late William J. Grev. Funeral services at the funeral home ! of Wm. Reuben Pumnhrey. 7005 Wiscon sin ave.. Bethesda. Md.. Wednesday. Feb ruary 14. at 8:30 a.m : thence to St. John's Catholic Church. Forest G.cn. Md.. where requiem mass will be said at 9 a m. Interment Laurel Catholic Cemetery. 13 GROVES. CARSON W. On Tuesday, February 13. 1940. at Casualty Hospital. CARSON W. GROVES, son of the late Ada and Granville Groves: brother of Mrs. Grace Kelley. Mrs. Thelma Brousc. Irving. Herman, James. Harris. Bitzer and Thomas Groves Remains resting at Chambers’ fu neral home, 1400 Chapin st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. HANDS. NELLIE G. Suddenly, on Tues day. February 13. 1940. at her residence. 275 7th st. n e . NELLIE G HANDS, be loved wife of Albert S Hands and mother of Mrs. C. E. Browning. Mrs. Charles W. Thom«s and Mrs. Donovan S. Koontz. Re mains resting at the Lee funeral home, 4th st. and Massachusetts ave. n.e. Notice of funeral later. HOWARD. ROBERT. Departed this life Saturday. February 10. 1940. at Gallinger Hospital. ROBERT HOWARD, beloved hus band of Rosa Howard. He leaves to mourn their loss two daughters of Washington. D. C.; one brother of Asbury Park. N. J.. and two nieces of Washington. D. c. Funeral from the James M. Miller k Son funeral home. 1702 12th st. n.w.. I Wednesday. February 14. at 2 p.m. In terment Harmony Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. * HOWLiN. PEARL M. On Tuesday. Feb ruary 13. 194(1. PEARL M. HOWLIN.’be loved wife of James P. Howlin and mother of Elaine Pond. Funeral from her late residence. 401 Anacostia road s.e.. on Friday. Fcoruary lfi. at 10:30 a.m.; thence to St. nancis Xavier Church, where mass will be said at 11 a m. for the repose of her souk Rel atives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 15 JONES. ELIJAH. On Friday. February P. 1940. at, his residence. 3222 Grace st. n.w.. ELIJAH JONES, beloved fath-r of Jennie West, brother of George Jones, grandfather of Ruth and Dorothy Gibson. Elmer Murray and Chamalne Merton. He also leaves other relatives and friends. Remains at his late residence after 10 a.m. Tuesday. February 13. Funeral Wednesday. February 14. at 1 p.m.. from the Rock Creek Baptist Church. Rev W. A. Jones officiating Relatives and friends invited. Arrangements by Ernest W. Jarvis. 13 JONES, ELIJAH. Morning 8tar Lodge. No. 40. I. B. P. O. E. of W.. will hold a session of sorrow Tuesday. February 13. 1940. at 8 p.m.. at the Home, l.'th and Q sts. n.w.. to arrange for the fiti .ral of our late brother. ELIJAH JONES. Fu neral Wednesday. February 14. at 1 p.m., from the Rock Creek Baptist Church DR LEO 8. HOLTON. Exalted Ruler. JOHN W. JANIFER, Secretary. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. V. L. SPEARE ca Neither successor to nor connected with the orlclnal W R 8pears establi.nment. 1009 H St. N.W. Natisna^mre J. William Lee’s Sons Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium lib and Mass. Are. N.B. Lincoln 8800 FUNERAL DESIGNS. GUDE BROS. CO. Floral Piece* 1818 F It N.W-_National 487* GEO. C. SHAFFER, Inc EXPRESSIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES AT MODERATE PRICES PHONE NAT. OIOS ESS? Co. 14th & Eye A iratfya KANE. JAMES S. On Saturday. Feb ruary 10. 1940, JAMES S. KANE, brother of Martha Toole of Shamokln. Pa. Funeral from the W. W. Deal funeral home. 4812 Oeorgla ave. n wr.. on Wednes day. February 14. at 2 o.m. Friends in vited. Interment Arlington National Cem etery KETCHAM, CAMLEY J. On Monday. February 12. 1940. at the residence of her son, Oral T. Ketcham of 14 18th st. s.e., CAMLEY J KETCHAM. Services at the 8. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st n.w.. on Tuesday. Sebruarv 13. at 8 o.m. Relatives and tends Invited. Interment Srownstown. 111. 13 LALOR. MARTHA ELIZABETH. Depart ed this life on February 12. 1940, at her residence. 1319 Fairmont st. n.w.. MAR THA ELIZABETH LALOR. daughter of the late William Alexander and alteabeth Dandridae Kennedy and widow of James Peter Lslor: mother of Alice E.. William B.. Bernard and Mrs. Harry M. Spillane. Remains resting at Chambers' funeral home Services on Wednesday. February 14. Mass at St. Paul's Catholic Church. 15th and V sts. n.w.. at. 9 am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. • LALOR. MARTHA E. On Monday. Feb ruary 12. 1040. at her residence. 1.319 Fairmont st n.w.. MARTHA E. LALOR. wife of the late Peter James Lalor; mother of William B.. Arthur E. and Alise E. Lalor and Mrs. Henry M. Spillan. Services at Chambers’ funeral home. 1400 Chapin st n.w . on Wednesday. Feb ruary 14. at 8:30 a m. Mass at St. Taul's Church at n a m Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. LEE, SUSAN MARIA. On Sunday. Feb ruarv 11. 1040. SUSAN MARIA LEE. aged 102 years, wife of the late Richard Lee of Darnestown. Md . mother of Ella Bland of New York City. Laura E Talley and Samuel T. Lee of Darnestown. Md. Also surviving are twenty-one grandchildren, five great-grandchildren. two great-great grandchildren and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the Srowden Sz Davis funeral home. Rockville. Md Funeral Wednesday. Februarv 14. at 2 p.m.. from Pooler Grove Baptist Church, Poplar Grove. Md.. Rev. B. Botts officiat ing Interment church cemetery. LOVING. FRANCES. Departed this life Sunday. February 1 1. 1040. at 8 40 P m.. at her residence. 1511 4th st. n.w.. FRANCES LOVING, wife of the late Rev. J. I Lovine. foster mother of Mrs: M. bel Rooks, sister of Marv Gibson and To swell Hart. Remains resting at the W Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You s' n.w. Funeral Wednesday, Februarv 14. at 2 p.m . from the Third Baptist Church. 5th and Quo sts. n.w.. Rev G O Bullock of ficiating. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cometety. LOVING, FRANCES. Members of Rose of Sharon Household of Ruth. No 442. G. U. O. of O F are requested to attend the funeral of Inmate FRANCES LOVING Wednesday. February 14. 1940. at 2 p.m from Third Baptist Church. 5th and Q St5 n * ELIZABETH PERKINS, M. N. G. MARY L. HOWARD, W. R. * MANN, JENNIE F. YARD. On Tues day. February 13. 1040. at Middletown. Conn.. JENNIE F. YARD MANN, wife of the late Dr. Albert Mann and mother of Prof. Albert Mann. Services at the Southmayd Doolittle funeral home. Middletown, on Thursday, February 15. at 2 p.m. 14 McLEAREN, ERNEST H. On 8unday. February 11. 1940. ERNEST H. MC LEAREN of 000 13th st. n.w.. beloved brother of Newton L. McLearen Funeral services will be "eld >t the ►Timothy Hanlon funeral chapel. 041 H st. n.e.. on Wednesday. Februarv 14. at 12:30 o.m. Interment Catletts. Ya. 1” MILLS. ELIZABETH B. Suddenly, on Saturday. February 10. 1040. at her resi dence 1520 Church st n.w. ELIZABETH B. MILLS, beloved moth°r of Agnes. Verine and Sheldon Mills and grandmother of Mrs. Juanita Cooper end John Mills. Che is also survived by one brother, a sister and other relatives and friends Remains resting at her late residence after 4 p.m. Tuesday Solemn high requiem mass will be cele brated at St. Augustine's Catholic Church Wednesday. February 14. at 10 a.m Ar rangements by McGuire 13* MILLS. ELIZABETH. Officers and mem bers of Willing Helpers' Association are hereby requested to attend the funeral of our late sister. Mrs. ELIZABErH MILLS, on Wednesday. February 14. 1040. at 10 a.m., from St Augustine's Church. JOSEPHINE BUTLER. President. BEATRICE R. RICHARDSON. Rec. Sec ► MOORS LEWIS B. On Mondav Feb ruary 12. 1040. at his residence. 1474 Co lumbia road n w LEWIS B. MOORE, be loved husband of Mrs. J. Annie Moore and father of Harry B. Moore. Services-at the S H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2001 14th st. n.w. on Wednesday. February 14. at 1 p.m. Interment Glen wood Cemetery MORRIS. JOHN E. On Monday Feb ruary 12. 104 0. at his residence. 3520 S st* n.w . JOHN E. MORRIS, beloved hus band of Virg'nia Morris «nee Russell*, fa ther of F’ranor R erH Mary p. Morns. Services at the Lee funeral home. 4th st. and Mass, ave n.e.. on Wednesday, Feb ruary 14. at 3:30 n m. NORRIS. HATTIE. On Saturday. Feb ruary 10. >940. at her residence. 5322 Eastern ave. n.e . HATTIE NORRIS, be loved wife of the ’ate Richard Norris. dgughltrfipLtbtJpte Alfred and Eiia Diggs: sister el Katie Billing. Laura Voupon Ar thur. Theodore amV tfames Digg Many other Relative*. tunc friends aiso survive her. wam»ip»* rePWPg at *he Herry 8. Washington A Sons funeral home. 4025 Deane ave. n.e. Funeral Thursday. February 15. at 1 P.m .. from the Tabernacle Baptist Church. Divisiop aYe r nd Gay sts. n.e. Interment Lincolh Memorial Cemetery. Relatives and friend*, invttgd. 14 O'CONNOR* MART ELIZABETH. OH Saturday. February 10. 1940. at her resi dence. 923 L st. n.e.. MARY ELIZABETH O’CONNOR, beloved daughter of Maurice Patrick and Katherine O’Connor (nee KiP linger) and beloved sister of Kathleen and Clare O’Connor Funeral will be held from the above residence on Wednesday. February 14. at 8:30 a.m . high requiem mass will be cele brated at Holy Name Church at 9 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Rela tives and friends invited 13 O’MEARA. RUDOLPH CURTIS. JR. On Monday February 12. 1040. at Children's Hosprak RUDOLPH CURTIS O’MEARA. Jr- be’oved voung son of Rudolph and Alvcft O’Meara. He also is survived oy one sis er. Joan Louise O'Meara. Remains resting at the Ives funeral home. 7847 Wilson hlvd- Arlington. Ya., until 1:30 nm. Wednesday. February 14: thence to Epiphany Chacel 2005 North Quincv st.. Arlington. Va.. where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m Interment Onkwood Cemetery. Falls Church. Va. . ORBAN. CAMALE. On Sunday. Feb ruary 11. 1040. at her residence. 1323 Eye st. n.e . CAMALE ORBAN. beloved wile of John Orban. Funeral services at the above residence on Wednesday. February 14. at 0:30 a.m.; thence to the Holy Name Catholic Church. 11th and K sts. n.e- where mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary’s Cemetery. OSBORNE, ALBERTA S. On Sunday, February 11. 1940. at Mobile Ala.. AL BERTA S OSBORNE, beloved wife of .1. W. Osborne. 1611 S st. n.w.. and sister of Mrs. Mary F. Weeks. Also surviving are two nieces. Miss Wilber Weeks and Mrs. Grace W. Blackman: a grandniece. Miss Wilhelmina Blackman, and many other relatives and friends Remains resting at the abovp address after 6 p.m Wednesday. Funeral services at Plymouth Congrega tional Church. 17th and P sts. n.w.. Thurs day. February 15. at 1:30 pm. Friends invited Interment at Lincoln Memorial Cemetery, Arrangements by McGuire. 14* RAGLAND, HENRIETTA. On Monday February 12. 1040 HENRIETTA RAG LAND. She leaves a son. John Coleman: a stepdaughter. Marie Carter: one cousin. Therc'a Brunner, nd other relatives and Irlcnds. Remains resting at JStewart's funeral home 30 H st. n c. Notice of funeral 'ater. 14 ROGERS. KINGSTON G. On Tuesday, February 13. 1040. at Sibley Memciial Hospital. KINGSTON G. ROGERS, husband of Sophie R Rogers and father of Robert H and Richard M. Rogers. Friends are invite* to call at Gawler's, 1756 Pa. ave. n.w. Services and interment private. Omit flowers. RUSSELL. MARY A. On Tuesday, Feb ruary 13. 1940, at Sibley Memorial Hos pital, MARY A. RUSSELL of 916 10th st. n.w.. widow of George E. Russell. Services at the 8 H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Thursday. February 15. at 10 a m. interment Glen wood Cemetery. 14 RYAN. WILLIAM F. On Sunday. Feb ruary 11. 1940. WILLIAM F. RYAN, be loved husband of Mary C. Ryan (nee Mc Caulll of 1525 17th st. n.w. Funeral will be held from the above residence on Wednesday. February 14. at 8:30 a m. Reauiem mass at St. Matthew s Cathedral at 9 am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends in vited. 13 SEGER. LOUIS A. on Monday Feb ruary 12. 1940. at his residence. 640 Oth st n.e . LOUIS A. SEGER. husband of the late Ida M. Seger and father of Madeleine Sheehan and Gregory Seger. Funeral from his late residence on Thursday. February 15. at 8:30 a.m.; thence to 8t Joseph's Church. 2nd and C sts. n.e., where mass will be offered at 9 a m. Relatives and friends invited. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 14 SEWALL, ANNAH N. On Monday. Feb ruary 12, 1940. at her residence. 52 Quincy place n.w.. ANNAH N. SEWALL. sister of Dr. George T. Sewall and Glovle B. Johnson. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by McGuire. • SMA«, 1 HUM An BUB It. On Tuesday. February 13, 1940. at his residence. 3619 17th st. n.e.. THOMAS BOWIE SHAW, husband of toe late Annie E. Shaw (nee Falrall) and father of Chester G. and Earnest L. Shaw. Services at th<“6. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Thursday. February 13 at 2:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Laurel. Md. 14 SIRICA, FRED. On Saturday. Febiuary 10 1940. at Miami Beach, Fla.. FRED SIRICA, beloved husband of Rose Sirica and father of Andrew and John J. Sirica. Body resting at his late residence. 6217 14th st. n.w.. after 6 P.m. Monday. Prayers at the residence at 8:30 a m. on Wednesday. February 14: tnence to the Church of the Nativity. 6000 Ga. ave. n.w.. where mass will be offered at 9 a m. SMITBERS. CHARLOTTE. On Sunday, February 11. 1940. at the residence of Mr, Edward Smith. 454 N st. n.w . CHAR LOTTE SMITHER8. She leaves to mourn their loss a loving father, one brother, one sister, eight nieces, ten nephews and many other relatives and friends. Funeral Wednesday. February 14. at 1 p.m.. from the Henry S. Washington t Sons funeral home. 467 N st. n.w. Inter ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Rela tives and friends invited. 13 SOPER. MART BELLE. On Sunday. Feb ruary 11, 1940. MARY BELLE 80PER (nee Davlsl. beloved wife of W. Frank Scper. Remains resting at the home of William O. Soper. Clarksburg. Md. Funeral Wednesday. February 14, at the Hyattstown Christian Church at 11 a.m. interment Christian Cemetery. Fighter Beaten, Robbed Of $5, Boxing License Al Gilbert, 22, was beaten up early today and robbed—of his license to box. Gilbert, who lives in the 900 block of Thirteenth street NJS. and who told police that he was a profes sional fighter, was treated at Gar field Hospital following the battle. He told police that he and a friend, Joseph E. Jackson, 47, were beaten by a taxicab driver and two other colored men and robbed of a pocketbook containing $5 and Gilbert’s boxing license. The two were treated for cuts and bruises. A grocer used a box of cakes to rout a bandit who entered his store at 901 S street N.W. last night. George Aed, the grocer, told police a colored man came into the store, brandished a pistol and ordered him to hand over the cas£. Mr. Aed picked up the box of cakes, pitched it at the 'robber’s head. The man fled. Warren Kennedy, attendant at a filling station at New York and Pairview avenues NJS., reported to police that two colored men robbed him of about 150 at 1:30 a.m. today at the station. They locked him up in a washroom after the rob bery, he said. Louis Glazer, 1651 Eleventh street N.W., reported that three young colored robbers took about (18 from him at pistol point about 11:30 o’clock last night. They invaded his grocery store at the Eleventh street address to commit the rob bery^_ Sratba SYPHAX. VICTOR HURST. On Bun das. February U. 1940. at her residence. 2803 11th st. n.w.. VICTOR HURST SYPHAX. widow of the late John McKee Syphax and sister of Mrs. Katherine H. McRary. Funeral Wednesday, February 14. at 3 p.m. from the McGuire funeral home. 1820 9th st. n w. Friends Invited. 13* THOMPSON, WILLIAM. Departed this life Monday. February 12. 1940, in New York City. WILLIAM THOMPSON. Re leaves a devoted wile. Eva Thompson: one daughter. Dorothy Thompson; a mother. Fannie Gant: one brother. Leon Thomp son, and a grandmother. Elisabeth Dorsey; also other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Eugone Ford's funeral home. 130o South Capitol st. Notice of funeral later. TOWLES, ISABELLA. Suddenly, on Sunday. February 11. 1940. at Freedmtn's Hospital. ISABELLA TOWLES. Deloved wile 01 iazwell Towlea and mother of Robert w.. Annie E. Towles and Catherine T. \ Freeman. % Funeral Wednesday. February 14, at 2 p.m from Stewart's funeral nome. 30 H | st n e. Interment Woodia-vn Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. Casket will j not be opened after services. 13 WALLACE. ADD1E. On Sunday. Feb ruary 11. 194i'. ADDIE WALLACE, be I loved wife of Henry T. Wallace, i Services (strictly privatei at Chambers’ I luneral home. 51? 11th st s.e , on Wednes i dav. February 14. at 2 p.m. Interment : F’ort Lincoln Cemetery. 13 WEIL. FREDERICK W, SR. On Sun day. February 11. 1940. FREDERICK W. i WEIL. Sr., beloved husband ol the late Emma F. Weil (nee Slatford'. He Is sur vived by eight children and twenty-two grandchildren. Funeral services at the Thos. F. Murray funeral home. 200? Nichols ave. s.e.. on Wednesday. February .14. at 2 p.m. Rela tives an8 friends Invited. Interment Glen wood Cemetery. Remains may be viewed after 10 a m Tuesday. February 13. 13 WELSH. AMOS E. On Sunday. Feb ruary 11. 1940. at Sibley Memorial Hos pital. AMOS E. WELSH, nusband of the late Virginia Lee Welsh. Remains resting st the Lee funeral home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where services will be held Wednesday. February 14, at 2 n m Relatives and friends Inviled. In terment Congressional Cenetery 13 WILLIAMS. JOSEPH. On Saturday. Feb ruary 10. 19J0. .JOSEPH WILLIAMS, be loved husbano of Laura E. Williams: be loved father of Mrs Helen G. Higgs. M's. Hampton Peed. Mrs. George eirimes of Washington. D. C.: Mrs. Clarence Hughes of Baltimore. Md.. and Mrs. L'oyd Williams of Forcstville Md. Funeral from the T. Frank Murray fu neral home. 741 11th st s.e.. on Wednes day. February 14. at 9:30 a.in.: thence to St. Peter's Church. 2nd and C sts. s.e.. where mass will be said at 10 a m. for the repose of his soul. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. (Baltimore papers please copy.) 13 WILLIAMS, JULIA. Departed this life Sunday. February 11. 1940. at 9:30 am.. JULIA WILLIAMS wife of the Tate L. B. Will tarns. She leaves to mourn thetr loss two devoted daughters. Mrs. Melvml* Stewart and Mrs. Charlotte Lee: a devoted aon-ln-law. Chester M Stewart. She aleo leaves one sister, one granddaughter, one great-granddaughter and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral Wednesday. February 14. at 2 p.m.. irom the w Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w. Relatives and friends Invited. 13 YEADAKER. CAROLINE. On Tuesday. February 13. 1940. at George Wesbington University Hospital. CAROLINE YEAD AKER of the Gordon Hotel. 916 lHth st n.w.. widow of Charles Yeadaker and mother of Earl Yeadaker of Miami. Fla.: : Mark Ypcdaker of Jackson. Miss, and : Ella Yeadaker of Washington. D C Services at th- 8 H. Hines Co. funeral liomi'. 2901 14th st, n.w . on rhursdav. February 15. at p.m. Interment Louden Park Cemetery. Baltimore. Md. 14 in iflrntnriam BARRER, LULA G. In sad and loving memory of our darling mother. LULA G. BARBER, who passed away cne year ago today. February 13. 1939. We miss your kind and willing hand. Your sweet and loving care: We miss you, oh. dear mother. We miss you everywhere. DEVOTED DAUGHTERS. MAUDE AND ADDIE. • BISSET. MARIA. In loving memory and grateful appreciation of the devotion of mv precious mother. MARIA BI8SET. who left me one year ago today. February 13, 1939. No one knows how much I miss you. No one knows the bitter pain I have suffered since you left me; Life has never been the same. In my heart your memory lingers. Sweetly, tender, fond and true: There is not a day. dear mother. That I do not think of you. DEVOTED DAUGHTER. HELEN EISSET OMOHUNDRO. • BOWLES. NELLIE AND WILLIAM H. A tribute of love and devotion to the mem ory of our dearly beloved parents, v lio passed to the great beyond, mother. Mrs. NELLIE BOWLES. February 13. 1919. twenty-one years ago tbday. and father. WILLIAM H. BOWLES. April 24. 1924. We think of the great reunion As we Journey there one by one. Of the welcome that surels awaits us When our earthly tasks lire done. For our’loved ones will be at the poital With outstretched hands end a smile, And the parting we now feel so keenly Will be for lust a short while. THEIR CHILDREN. • GREEN, MARY AGNES. In loving mem ory of my dear mother. MARY AGNES GREEN, who passed away fifteen years ago. February 13. 1025. LOVING DAUGHTER. ZORAH OREEN JACOBS. Reading. Pa. • JOHNSON, NORA. In sad but loving remembrance of our dear mother. NORA JOHNSON, who passed away four years ago today. February 13. 1938. Though suffering, she breathed not a murmur, For the Comforter stood by her side And whispered. "Fear not. I am wish thee. With Me thou shalt ever abide." On the #ver a pale boatman hastened, She heard the soft dip of his oar: Then from earth and sorrow he bore her Across to that beautiful shore. We do not forget you nor dovwe intend. We think of you often and will to the end. Gone and forgotten by some you may be. But dear to our memory you ever will be. HER LOVING DAUGHTERS. SUSIE MUSCHLITZ AND BERTIE HOWARD. MeKAY, CHARLES A. A loving tribute to the memory of our husband and father. CHARLES A. McKAY, who passed away three years ago today. February 13. 1937. All day I have been thinking— Thinking Just of you. Vi me tiuics we were lutcuicr And the things ere used to do. And I felt a lonely feeling As I chased a tear away. And this little wish came steeling. - That today were yesterday. LOVING WIFE. IDA. From this world of pain and sorrow. To the land of peace and rest. God has taken you, dear father. Where you have found eternal rest. DEVOTED DAUGHTER. LOTTIE. Time takes away the edge of grief. But memory turns back every leaf. LOVING DAUGHTER. CHARLOTTE. MeKEEVER. THOMAS F. In loving re membrance of my dear husband and our father. THOMAS F. MeKEEVER who de parted this life twenty-six years ago today. February 13. 1814. HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN. • MOORE. RACHEL GUY. In loving re membrance of our sister. RACHEL GUY MOORE, who departed this life five years ago today. February 13. 183S. No funeral gloom, my dears, when I im cone. Corpse-taxing, tears, black raiment, grave yard trimness— THlnk of me as withdrawn into the dimness. Yours still, you mine. Remember all the best of our past moments and forget the rest, And so. to where I wait, come gently on. THE FAMILY. • SPELLER. ISADORE B. In memory of I8ADORE B. SPELLER, who died February 13, 1833. Mother Dearest: We are sending you our eighth message of love, while in your sleep. We shall always cherish your lore $S&ni5!le.m tawana. BUSTER AND A Leukemia Claims Another Victim Here; Rudolph O'Meara, 6 Year Ago the Boy Had Won a-Healthiest Child Prize in Contest Leukemia, the dread blood disease, claimed another victim in the Washington area yesterday. Six-year-old Rudolph C. O’Meara, Jr., died yesterday afternoon in Children’s Hospital of the strange malady, which sets certain white blood cells at an inevitably winning war with other cells that sustain life. His death came after three weeks of effort on the part of doctors to save his life, during which seven blood transfusions were given him and every scientific means put at his disposal. < Last week the doctors watered a 3-year-old girl, Leslie Lee Ross, suc cumb to the same disease after a search for a cure that assumed in ternational proportions. The OMeara child was the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. OMeara of 2551 North Military road, Arlington, Va. His father operates a filling station at Twentieth street and New York avenue N.W. A year ago Rudy was awarded a prize by Women of the Moose in Washington for being one of the' healthiest children in a contest they sponsored. He became ill about a month before his death and his ail ment was soon diagnosed as leu kemia. The doctors told Mr. and Mrs. O’Meara soon after Rudy’s sixth birthday, celebrated in the hospital February 2, that there was no hope for him. Around 2 o’clock yesterday after noon Rudy emerged from the peri odic coma into which he had been lapsing and spoke to his mother, constantly at his bedside. "Please stay with me, mother,” he said, and died. The funeral is to be held at 2 pm. tomorrow in the Epiphany Epis copal Chapel. 2005 North Quincy street, Arlington. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery, Falls Church, Va. Besides his parents, the child leaves a sister, Joen Louise, 3. -0 John M. Broas Dies; Retired G. P. 0. Employe John M. Broas. 74, a resident of Washington for the past 50 years, died here yesterday following a long illness. Mr. Broas, a native of Woodridge. N. Y., was a former employe of the Government Printing Office, retir ing in 1930. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Belle N. Broas, who lives at 636 Massachusetts avenue N.E. A member of the Typographical Union, Mr. Broas at one time was active in Masonic circles, holding membership in the local Acacia Lodge. Funeral services will be held at 11 am. tomorrow from the Lee Funeral Home. Burial will be in Rock Creek Cemetery. Isaac Allison Dies; Gallaudet Professor Isaac Allison, a professor of nat ural science at Gallaudet College since 1900, died yesterday at bis home on the campus, No. 3 Kendall ureen, ionowmg an Illness of al most a year. While Prof. Al lison had been in failing health for some time, he continued to instruct his classes until about a month ago. Mr. Allison, a native of Wood bridge. Ontario, Canada, came here in 1895. He worked his way 1mm AIMmb. through Bliss Electrical ocnooi with the aid of his skill in mechan ical drawing and graduated from the old Columbian University, now George Washington University, in 1902, receiving the degrees of bachelor of science and electrical engineering. In 1906 Mr. Allison was appointed professor of mathematics, physics and electricity at Gallaudet, where he had been an instructor for some years. Mr. Allison is survived by hiS widow, Mrs. Edna S. Allison; a son. Conard B: Allison, and a daughter, Mrs. Prank Dent Marshall of Anne Arundel County, Md. Funeral services will be held at 2 O'clock Thursday from the Lee funeral home, Fourth street and Massachusetts avenue N.E., and burial will b« in Cedar Hill Ceme tery. Death of Father Maguire Mouraed in Labor Circles Members of the Conciliation Di vision of the Labor Department here and partisans of labor throughout the Nation today mourned the death of the Rev John W. R. Maguire, C. S. V., for mer pres cient of St. Victor College and well known labor "trouble shccter,” who died Sunday in Miemi. Fla. During his msnv years in the priesthood. Father Maguire devoted much of his time to settlement of labor disputes. Secretary of Labor Perkins once called him “the best trouble shooter labor has.” In 1933 Father Maguire was a member of the Chicago Regional Labor Board. He was a close friend of William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor. Mrs. Mary A. Russell Dies of Long Illness Mrs. Mary A. Russell, 78. of 916 Nineteenth street N.W.. died yes terday in Sibley Hospital after a long illness. A resident of Washington 50 years. Mrs. Russell was the widow of George E. Russell, interior decorator. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. at Hines funeral home. 2901 Fourteenth street N.W., with burial in Glenwood Cemetery. *r ’"n ^Additional fast trains are being, put on railways connecting Italy and Switzerland. 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Traffic Injuries Send Three to Hospitals Here Three persons were in District hospitals today with traffic injuries received late yesterday. Walter Bell, 411 A street NE„ was in serious condition at Emer gency Hospital after being knocked down by a street car as he crossed Seventh street at O street N.W. about 5:15 pm. He suffered head injuries, possibly a skull fracture. At almost the same time in an other part of town, Betty Lou Moore, 6, of 314 Fourteenth street N.E. was knocked down by all au tomobile. The accident occurred near her home and the child was taken to Casualty Hospital, where her condition was still said to be undetermined this morning. Michael Parella, 39, of 115 D street SS. was removed to Casualty Hospital and treated for a broken leg after he had been struck by a truck on the Union Station Plaza His condition was not thought to be serious. Mack Bayne, jr., 9 years old, was in Alexandria Hospital with severe injuries suffered last night when he was struck by a hit-and-run automobile while playing in front of his home at 304 East Monroe street, Alexandria, Va. % Police said the boy was standing just off the curb. He suffered a fractured collar bone, three broken ribs, severe shock and cuts. His brother, Raymond Bayne, 13, was slightly hurt in an automobile accident on December 23. Benjamin Harvey, colored. 21, of 1514 P street N.W. suffered con cussion of the brain and a broken shoulder bone today when he was thrown from his motorcycle and pinned beneath the overturned side car at New Jersey avenue and O street N.W. Passers-by lifted the side car off Harvey and took him to Freedmen's Hospital, where his condition was said to be serious. The motorcycle overturned when Harvey swerved it suddenly to avoid a street car, spcc tators said. Eno at 7 a.m. -relief by 8! 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Get Eno a esc, at . any drug statu! | Three Held for Jury On Mann Act Charges Two men and a woman were held under bond today after G-men had Investigated the story of a 18-year •old Virginia girl, who said the trio had brought her to Washington on the pretext of finding a job for her. The Federal Bureau of Investiga tion entered the case after a shoot ing affray in the 500 block of L stree N.W. last Thursday. The young girl charged she had been filed upon after she refused to aid in a robbery. The accused were brought before United States Commissioner Need ham C. Tumage yesterday on Mann Act charges and all were held for grand jury action. They are: James R. Piercey, 29, of the 1200 block uf Eleventh street N.W.; Samuel E. Harris, 35, and'Mrs. Dorothy Dalton, 29, both Of the 500 block of L street N.W. The men were put under $5,000 bond and the woman under $3,000. Five additional charges were brought against Piercey in Police Court later in the day. They grew out of the shooting. Arraigned be fore Judge Walter J. Casey, Pier cey pleaded not guilty to three charges of assault with intent to kill, carrying a deadly weapon and destroying private property. The shooting occurred when the girl tried to escape from Piercey, the police said. Piercey, it was charged pursued her and fired a shot into a taxicab in which she was riding missing her but inflict ing a flesh wound on the taxi driver, Edgar R. Hudson. Eight Counties Fabricate Fourth of Nation's Goods Eight of the Nation’s 3,070 coun ties, the Census Bureau said today, | do one-fourth of all American man ufacturing. An analysis of the 1937 census of manufactures just completed shows that the eight, in order of rank, are those which include Chicago, De troit, New York City (Manhattan | only), Philadelphia, Los Angeles, ; Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Buffalo, ; N. y. In 1937, these counties turned out ; $15,350,767,295 worth of products, ! compared with $7,707,807,065 in 1933 I and $18,010,987,199 in 1929. Former D. C. Resident Dies in Connecticut Mrs. Mary Virginia Bentley, wid ow of Charles F. Bentley and until 10 years ago a resident of Wash ington since birth, died Saturday at her home in Bridgeport. Conn. Funeral services were to be held at 3 p.m. today at Hines’ funeral home, 2901 Fourteenth street N.W.. with burial in Congressional Ceme tery. Mrs. Bentley was a member of Calvary Baptist Church during many of the years she resided in Washington. She is survived bv a sister, Mrs. Mae Higdon of this city, and a daughter, Mrs. Ida Mae Duff of Bridgeport. Beauty parlor equipment from the United States may be introduced into the Straits Settlements. ■ 2*47 WILSON BLVD. OX. 20*2 1 1 ABLINGTON. VA. V f A Complete Funeral Service f I_Within Your Budget . * Advice When the need arises, we are capable of talcing complete charge of all arrangements. Consult us at any time—with out obligation. Any family can afford Ryan service. Our new air-conditioned home is a model of comfort and con venience. 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