since 1927, died June 22 at his home ill Clinton where he had practiced law since 1901. He studied law also at the Universit? of Virginia. His wife and three daughtero survive.
CHARLES ANDREW JONAS (PhB, law '05), 78,
died May 25 in! a nursing home in Charlotte
after an illness of several years. For many
years an attorney at Lincolnton, he was a
principal figure in State politics and won
election in 1928 as a Republican Congress-
man. He had served in both the State Senate
anil House and was at one time a UNC
trustee. Survivors include his wife, a daugh.
ter, and two sons-Congressman Charles R.
Jonas '25, Lincolnton; and DOl1ald R. Jo'""
THEODORE H'NSMLE MACR.'E ('00-01), 75,
died unexpectedly in Fayetteville May 16.
Survivors include two sons and two brothers
-the later: J ames C. MacRae '00, Fayette-
ville; and D uncan ."' lacR ac '09, Bel Air, Md.
JULES WALLENSTEIN LINDAU, JR. ('01-03), 70,
died June 4 in New York where he had lived
in retirement after a career as an advertising
executive and newspaper free lance agent. A
native of Baltimore, he entered UNC from
Greensboro. He is survived by his widow
(nee: Ethel Wade of Baltimore), a daughter,
and two sons-including W;l/iam E. Lindau
'39 of Asheville.
HARRY McMuLUS (LLB), 'OS, 70,
Attorney-General of North Carolina for 17 years, died
in his sleep at his Raleigh apartment the
night of June 23. That day he had at-
tended to duties of his office. At the UNC
Commencement on June 6 he had enjoyed
the reunion with classmates of 50 years ago.
Native of Hertford, he began law practice
i l Washington, N. C. two years after re-
ceiving his law deg..ee at Chapel Hill. He
was appointed Attorney-Gene..al by Governor
Hoey in 1938 and has been reelected five
times. In 1946 the University conferred upon
him its honorary LL.D. degree. Surviving are
hrs wife (nee: Pattie M. Baugham of Wash-
ington); four children- all UNC former
students: Mrs. W. T. Old, Jr. (Patsy '35),
Santa Fe, N. M .; Mrs. Henry Rumley
(Mildred '3 7), Harry, Jr. '38, and Jim Me-
Mttllol. '45, :til of Washington; three sisters;
and a !>r< lthrr-.Tohn H. 1I1cIl1,,/lon '03 Eden-
EDMUND McDu!<ALI), JR. ('02-04), 74, for
many yea..s a YMCA official at Youngstown,
Ohio 311d a real estate man there for some
20 years, died there April 10. He was a
native of oncord and entered UNC from
Charlotte. urviving are his wife (nee: Alta
Keepers of Gardner, JII.) and two married
DE. JAMES WAGNER DAVIS (med. '06-08), 68,
who founded and operated Davis Hospital at
Statesville, died there May 31. He was widdy
known as a surgeon. He received his M.D.
degree at Peon in 19l3. He was a native
of Statesville. Surviving are bis wife and
HEREERT LEE ::vrARTIN (BSEE), who went with
Westinghouse Electric Corp. after graduation
at UNC, died Feb. 21. He was Assistant to
the District Man.ager in the Chicago offices.
He entered UNC from Elizabeth City. His
widow survives, addressed at 440 Sylvan Dr.,
Winter Park, Fla.
PAUL T.'YLOR ('09-10), 69, died May 5 ill
Kin<ton where he wa, .,desm.n for a whole-
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,ale fi"m. He sruJied.. pharmacy at UNC.
Survivors incllJde his wife, two sons and
JOSEPH NORWOOD TINSOS ('08-09, '11-12), 72,
died Apr. 22 at Woodruif, S. C. where he
had operated a drug store since 1921. He
was a native of Davidson. His second wife
and two sons survive.
E. HARRISON YELVERTON ('08-12), 64, died un-
expectedly May 8 in Goldsboro. In recent
years he had lived in Washington. He was
American Vice Consul at London during World
War I. He studied law at Harvard in 1919-
20. He was never married. Surviving is
one brother, PallI W. Yelverton '04 01
\V'LLI.,-" HERBERT GREGORY ('13-14), 58,
died Feb 19 in Petersburg, Va. where he had
lived for the past 17 years. He was ~
veteran employee of Brown & Williamson To-
bacco Co. A native of Granville County,
N. C., he is survived by his wife (nee: Har-
riet Nelson) and a sister.
FRANK TATUM G,BSON ('18·19), who was Sec-
retary of the Bladenboro Cotton Mills, died
at his home in Bladenboro Mar. 2, 1953. He
was a native of McColl, S. C. and at-
tended The Citadel and Wofford College after
one year at UNC.
ERNEST PRESTO MA"GUM (BSCom), 52, died
May 30, in Norfolk, Va. where he had
prominently been identified as iI banker for
18 years. He entered UNC from Kinston and
following graduation joined the Bank of
Virginia with which he served in Richmond
and Norfolk. He was elected Vice President
of the National Bank of Commerce, Norfolk,
in 1944. He is survived by his wife (nee:
Elizabeth Wall of Richmond); two daughters;
and a brothcr--Dr. Charles P. Mongtlm '15
JULIUS MARTIN, II (,20-22), 57, died May 13
in a Washington~ D. C. hospital after a short
illness. He was a native of Asheville where
he had practiced law before going to Wash-
ington about 1938 to become associated with
the Department of justice. Before studying
at UNC he had attended Davidson and the
University of Virginia. Survivors include his
wife and four children.
DR. JAMES MOSES SARTIN ('23-27), 50, died in
May. He was a physician specializing in
neurology and psychiatry in Springfield, Mo.
Entering UNC from Statesville, he later
studied medicine at Tulane where he received
his M.D. in 1931. He is survived by his
wife (nee: Blanche Ellis of Due West, S. C.)
EVERErrE GRAHAM G,BSON (AB in Ed), 49,
died June 15 at his home in Dunn. A native
of Gibson in Scotland County, he had taught
in the Meadow School for the past five years
and at Salemburg for 14 years. He is sur-
viTed by his wife, two stepchildren, nine
sisters and brothers-Dne of them Porter C.
Gibson '2· of Gibson.
CHARLES THO""" DAVIS ('25-'26), 49, merch~nt
and farmer of Eureka, N. C. in Wayne
County, died june 13 of a heart attack at his
home. Surviving him are his wife, a
daughter ond a <on-Charles T. Davis, Jr., UNC
TEVE PAR",,-R MARSH (BSGeology '33), 44,
of Marshville died suddenly june 2 while on
a business trip to Raleigh. For the past
12 vears he had been an engineer with the
tat Board of Health. Following gradua-
tion he worked in Washington, D. C., re-
turning to North Carolian with the Soil
Conservation Service. Surviving are his wife
(nee: Mable Walters), a daughter and son;
and two brothers-Hal R. Mars" '26, Greens-
boro; and Ed M. Marsh '39, Winston-Salem.
JOHN CALHOUN GRANTHAM ('34-35), who en-
tered UNC from Windsor, is reported de-
ceased on Jan. 16.
ALEXANDER STEPHEN KATZENEERG, J R. ('36-38),
who entered UNC from Baltimore, died last
Feb. 17. From 1939 to 1943 he operated his
own business (Atlas IroD! & Metal Co.) in
Baltimore. During World War II he served
three years and from 1946 until his death
was a partner in the Baltimore garment manu-
facturing firm of J. Katzenberg & Co. Sur-
viving are his wife (nee: Loraine Lazarus)
and two children, ages 9 and 4.
J. R. (RAY) DAUGHERTY ('37-38) of New
Bern died Feb. 13. For some years he had
lived in. New York.
JAMES BURKE (BUDDY) BRANNOCK (AB '47),
32, died June 3 at Veterans Hospital in
Durham following a long illness. He entered
UNC from Spencer first in the fall of 1940.
After World War II service he came back to
win his degree in 1947 and later pursued
graduate work in philosophy. At the time
of his death he and his wife were living
in Raleigh. Mrs. Brannock (DlCe: Edit"a
Morris, g. s. 1947-49), his parents, and thrre
EVERETT SMITH STEVENS, JR. (AB), 28, native
of Smithfield who had taught in public
schools in several places, died May 24 in
Philadelphia following a heart attack. He
attended The Citadel in 1943-45 and after
service enrolled at UNC to win his degree.
He taught last year in Parisppany, N. .T.
Surviving are his parenb, two sisters, and a
CLYDE BRADLEY JOM ·SO (BSColU, LLB '54),
27, first lieutenant in the Air Force, was one
of seven men killed in the crash of a C-47
cargo pla:ne in the Sacramento Mountains on
May 30. He was serving as legal officer at
Clovis AFB in Clovis, N. M., having en-
tered service last October for a second tour
"f duty. He was a native of Johnston County,
attending Meadow High School near Dunn.
His parents, four sisters and five brothers
survive--including .T. Marvin Jol/nson '34 of
DR. SEWARD WILLIAM JAlI.'UT (MPH), 66,
Haywood County health officer, died of a
heart attack Apr. 18 in an' Asheville hospital.
A native of Vermont, he had practiced medi-
cine 20 years at Charleston and Shinnston,
W.Va. before coming to UNC to take a
public health degree. He went to the Hay-
wood county po'ition in Waynesville last f.11.