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THE SUN, BALTIMORE, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 31. 195S PAGE II EMMA I. WARD SERVICES HELD Former Howard County Teacher Died At Age 85 Woman's Death At 79 Closes Story Of Long Love Triangle Funeral services for Mrs. Emma I. Ward, a former Howard county schoolteacher, were held yesterday in Sykesville. Interment followed in Oak Grove Cemetery at Glenwood, Id. The Rev. Dr. Leonard B. Smith, former pastor of the Christ Edmondson Methodist Church, conducted the services at the Weer and Haight funeral establishment. Mrs. . Ward, 85, died Saturday. Widow of Thomas J. Ward, Mrs. Ward taught at various public schools in Howard county for many years before moving to Baltimore. Survivors are: Mrs. Charles T. Kemp, a daughter, cf Sykesville, , Md.; two sisters, Mrs. Mary lager, of Clarksville. Md- and Mrs. Sallie Warthen. of Akron I Ohio; a brother, John L. Igle- nart. ot .tlncott City, Md., and three grandchildren. F. P. Burton, 68, Dies In Virginia Stuart, Va., July 30 A heart at tack took the life of State Senator Prank P. Burton early yesterday at his summer home in the moun tains near here. The body of the 63-year-old senator, a figure prominent in Democratic State politics for 30 years, was found by an odd jobs man who went to check up when repeated calls were unanswered. -His -death removes a potent State organization member of the General Assembly, which has been called to meet August 27 to enact legislation aimed at pre , venting integration in the public schools. Burton, a strong prosegrecation states' rights man, was a member of the key Privileges and Elec tions Committee in the Senate. Burton studied law at William and Maryland Washington and Lee University and made his entry into politics in 1912 the year he began the practice of law here by winning election as mayor of Stuart. He held the office of mayor for five years and then was named commonwealth attorney in 1923. He was out of office the next two terms but went back in 1932 and served until he went to the , State Senate in 1943. Surviving are two sons. Law rence and Frank P. Burton, Jr.; a daughter, .Miss Frances Burton i a State Department employe in ' Washington, and a sister, Mrs. Frank A. Ogburn of High Point, .N.u. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 P.M. in Stuart. London. July 30 IReuter Dr. Maude Royden, London s first woman preacher, whose relation ship with a married man was called one of the world's great love stories, died at her home here today. She was 79. In a book she wrote three vears after her husband's death. Dr. Royden described how she met the Rev. George William Hudson Shaw in 1901. They fell in love but were not married until October, 1944, be cause the Rev. Mr. Shaw was married to an invalid. Told Of Life' The book. "A Threefold Cord." told of the woman preacher's life with the Rev. Mr. Shaw and his invalid wife. Dr. Royden said In her book that when she first met Mrs. Shaw, "I fell in love with her at first sight." She said "This was tne real beginning of the love that changed all our three lives. If she had not loved me and I her, what happened afterward would have been impossible." Dr. Royden lived with the Shaws for many years. She said in her book that Mrs. Shaw did not wish her husband and her friend to transgress their moral standards or hers, but' "she did want us to have all that was possible for us not love only, but passionate love." Marriage Short-Lived But, Dr. Royden wrote, they lived by the orthodox Christian standard of sex morals. Mrs. Shaw made her husband promise that he would marry Dr. Royden immediately after her death "not troubling about what people said of us," . But the marriage was short lived. The Rev. Mr. Shaw died the same year 1944 at 85. The story of the triangle ended finally today with Dr. Royden's death. Rites Set Thursday For Mrs. Rose Scally A requiem high mass for Mrs. Rose H. Scally, 75. a long-time resident of Baltimore s Old Town, will be held at 11 A.M. Thursday at St. Mary's Church, 5402 York road. Burial will follow in Cathedral Cemetery. Widow of John F. Scally, the former Rose Haney lived in the 1000 block Aisquith street for over 40 years. In earlier years, Mrs. Scally, who died yesterday after a lengthy illness, was an active "communicant of St. John the Evangelist Church at Valley and F.acer streets. Survivors include a stepson. John J. Scally. of Baltimore, and eight grandchildren. News Photographer, R.W.Stephens,45,Dies Raleigh, N.C., July SO () Romulus W. Stephens, 45, pho tographer for the Raleigh News & Observer-Raleigh Times, died of a heart attack today in the newsriaDers' photo laboratory. Stephens was alone in the lab, processing Associated Press wire-photos, when he was stricken. His body was found by another pho tographer. Stephens served with the Air Corns during World War II. -He joined the News & Observer in September, 194a. Tamayo Dies In Brazil La Paz, Bolivia, July 30 (JP) Franz Tamayo, 77, elected Presi dent in 1934 but prevented by a military coup from taking office died today of a heart attack. Ta mayo, poet and essayist, was re garded as Bolivia's leading liter ary figure. Murderers Automatic Appeal Move Beaten Ottawa, July 30 (JP) The Gov ernment today beat down 67-32 a move to grant convicted mur derers the automatic right to ap peal to the Supreme Court of Canada. Justice Minister Stuart Garson rejected the proposal on the ground that the provinces, which administer the criminal law passed by Parliament, should be consulted in the matter. 5. & iV. Kalz Camera Departments Retain Carefree Vacation Days Forever ... on Film! wUU ua kic. iiiiii m- llhlt Vv! O -HI - f fc2 omm.uuMeuiuicn eystone AKsRi m t i . M p v r - ? M " m is-' m -.. 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Asked For Liquor "I asked Sergeant McKeon if he had any liquor," Scarborough testified, "and he said, no, he didn't keep any there. I said, "I kind of need some we had a party last night and 1 knew where there was some and I'd appreciate it if he would drive me to get it." Scarborough said McKeon drove him to pick up the vodka, that they shared a couple of drinks apiece over the course of about an hour, and that they then left the bottle behind in a paper sack. Scarborough said he intend ed to return and pick it up but never did. Shown the bottle, Scarborough said it is about as he left it nearly four months ago. It contains about two inches of vodka. Scarborough was demoted one strips by a summary court-martial for. the barracks drinking epi sode. Went To Club Later, after some errands, the two sergeants dropped into the non-commissioned officers' club of the base and went into the bar. Scarborough said they separated and he didn't know whether or not McKeon drank there. Voile, the surveyor, examined the bed of Ribbon Creek'with a rod device for ten days last June on orders of his Marine supriors. He wanted the contour of the bed and the depth of the waters in the area of the death march. He found grass and muddy clay on the fringes of the stream in areas cov ered at high tide but exposed at low tide. Near the center, which is never bared by the tide, he found a cnore stable mud base. Voile said it was hard to fix the depths of the creek at 8 P.M., April 8, because of wind, ban metric pressuFe and other factors that could have played a role at that time. But he figured that at the extreme the tide raised the stream 5.3 feet above low-water level. That would be the maximum tAdvertlsem.nt SPACIOUS LOOK FOR YOUR LIVING ROOM If you hare a large but outmoded living room, August Better Homes &. Gardens has ideas for helping you convert it into more spacious and attractive living quarter for your family. 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