Clipped From The Kingston Daily Freeman
THE KINGSTON DAILY FREEMAN, KINGSTON. X. Y., TTTCKS FEBRUARY 11, 1937. ACTIVITIES Personals College for Women In New Uruniwiek. Th" conference in AnAt,w\ to give hlxh school Junior* and Â»enlorÂ» an opportunity to spend several day* on a college campus and, by ihe'lr own jifrsonal oxp"rloacÂ«Â», to flno' what college 1* really like. Twelve leading Â·Â·astern college* will cooperate by n^mllne; reprewntatlve* to meet the l"logatps. Warnard. J3ryn Mtwr, Coniipctlcut, Unlverilty of Delaware, on J a n u n r y fi, will bo in*- v/wÂ«--Â».in;ui, univeriity or Delaware, Tlrkn* for the cours* mayl Boucher, Mount Holyok", New York at 'hiÂ« tlnin. rnh'prslty. Radellffo, Smith Sweet 'War. Vassar and WelleÂ»lÂ»y arc the J'rank J'owloy of the Govrr-i U t u t l o n i to b * ^presented. l i n t o n A p a r t m e n t s it Â»ppndlng .... ,,. at Harder Hall In Scbrlng ,, , cltr Â« n cÂ« Hoornbeek, 24 Pl" avenue. Ellenvliio, has been | ""tcrtalnlng Mr*. \ra McCrea, / i . r a m v n.n ., , r j ' ? TM l d Â« l Â° f the Business and Profes- 1 In 80,000 Brick, Supposed To Shatter Window Bounces Off DISASTERS HARRIED WORLD DURING 1936 Floods, Earthquake*, Fire* . Take Heary Toll. fBy A P Feature Service) Once In 8MOO times, glass experts say, you can't break a window with a brick. Horp's a photographic record of one of those rare occasions. H happened In Holljwood, during the filming of a nÂ«Â» pictur". Maynard Washington, D. C. -- "One of the most spectacular of the world's natural disasters of 1936 was a fafl of rock into cliff-rimmed Leon lake, Norway, which threw up a 300- foot flood wave that wiped out two villages," says the National Geographic society. Local Death Oecord Private funeral MrrleÂ«s were held for Robert I.. Infant son of Alanson W. and Mary E. Short Tuesday afternoon at the family borne In Port Ewen. The Rev. J, Thoburn Lejg of the Port Ewen Methodist Church was In charge. Many flowers were banked about the casket. Burial was in the Port Ewen cemetery. Gardiner, Feb. 11.--Funeral service* were held on Friday for Eleanor Powers, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Powers of Jersey City, formerly of Gardiner. At St. Albany, botr,d of mutation criminal, York's The board governor, tlon Â· ***** uiin role board cUlon to vote.