The Ogden Standard-Examiner Ogden, Utah Friday, June 7, 1929
(Charges Author, Lecturer of 65 With Extreme Cruelty SALIXA, Calif.. June 7.--(AP) =--Rilt In the marital happiness of the hospitable Carmel, Calif., home of Joseph Lincoln Steffens, author author and lecturer, was revealed today today in a suit for divorce filed here "by Mrs. Steffen -whose pen name is Ella "Winters. ' Mrs. SisKens charpced extreme cruelty and said her husband objected objected to her attending dances or having other social relations. She A!S'O asserted that Steffens informed informed her ho did not care for her. The Steffens have lived in the art.'st'a colony of Carmel in sami- retirement -with their young son, Peter. They wero. married in Paris in 1924. Recently rumors of an impend ing divorce were heard but met prompt denial from friends of the couple. Steffens is 65 years old. Several Several months ago he wrote a magazine article on "How It Feels to be a Father at Sixty." Mrs. Steffens, who is said to be in her 30's, replied the following month with an article entitled "How It Feels to Be Married to Old Man." - The author also is known as a former newspaper of international fame. The couple's home in Carmel has been a visiting visiting place for writers and artists. BURIAL OF DOLL LANDS POLE IN DZIALDCrWO, Poland.-- (AP)-Hugo (AP)-Hugo Klein buried a huge wax doll with great ceremony--and landed in jail. Klein wanted to cash in on his life insurance policy, so he arranged arranged . his own funeral and interred interred the doll as his own corpse. Impersonating his own brother, sought to collect his insurance, but the company became suspicious suspicious and dug up the coffin.