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The St. Louis Star and Times from St. Louis, Missouri • Page 5

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ST. LOUIS STAR- -TIMES CREDIT JEWELERS BROS 22 DIAMOND Engagement Pair As handsome Diamond Ensemble as you would want to see and the price is certainly only $24.85 for both. An Engagement Ring with 11 Genuine Diamonds and Wedding Band with 11 Genuine Diamonds. 18k low White Gold. Gold or 14k YelWeek BOTH RINGS $2485 85c Down Positively No Interest- -No Carrying Charge 8 gain Specials of ours is One of the Big BarLady's Small Square Wrist DIAMOND Watch a this lady's wrist watch -just as beautiful as it looks set with 8 GENUINE DIAMONDS.

Dainty link bracelet attached. Dependable timepiece. $1495 Week 25c DownVisit Our Optical Dept. 27 DIAMOND Engagement Ring As Shown on Left A very handsome ring in 18k Solid White or 14k Yellow Gold, set with: 27 Genuine Beautiful Diamonds. and design our price is amazing.

Buy it on Credit. Longtime, Helpful a Week) $3800 $1.00 Down Take Your Purchase Along With You 12 DIAMOND "My Sweetheart" Wedding Ring Notice from the illustration on the right how artistically 12 Genuine Diamonds are set in 12 outThe Ring is 18k Solid lined heart-shaped bezels. is sensationally low. Gold. White or Our 14k price, Solid $14.75, Yellow $1475 Week 50c Down Longtime Easy Credit Terms 3 DIAMOND Man's Ring Classy mannish design of unusual smartness in Solid Gold.

Set with 3 Genuine Diamonds. Bargain Special. Buy it on Long time Credit. Pay later. $2600 50c Down Naborhood Stores Open Evenings 21-JEWEL Wrist Watch Man's One of our really big 10 Values is this Man's New Tonneau Watch of smart design with leather strap, 21 jewels.

Dependable timepiece. Later pay 50c weekly. $1470 a Week 25c Down BROS. JEWELERS Col CREDIT 717 OLIVE 5933 EASTON-2647 CHEROKEE-2706 N. 14th EVENING, JULY 8, 1938.

ST. LOUIS FIVE Open Safety Pin She Swallowed June 23 Fatal to Baby Girl Here Ramona Sanders, 23 at Childrens Hospital from open safety pin. (Pierlow An open safety pin, swallowed ac-. cidentally on June 23, had resulted today in the death of Ramona Sanders, 23 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

John Sanders of Manchester and Ballas roads, St. Louis County. Death occurred yesterday at Children's Hospital. A verdict of accidental death was returned today by a coroner's jury. Death was found to have resulted from septicaemia and an abscess which was due to perforation of the aesophagus by the open safety pin.

An only child, girl was brought to the hospital the day of the accident, after first being taken by her parents to St. Louis County Hospital. Her condition was such, it at the hospital today, that nourishment had to be supplied to the child by intravenous injections of glucose. Dr. Louis A.

Brandenburger, cor- No Nation Is Eager To Receive Refugees EVIAN, FRANCE, July -United States delegates to the international refugee conference conferred with members of other delegations today in an effort to estimate the total number of refugees from Germany and Austria who might be received as immigrants in represented here. thoelegates of all thirty-two countries express sympathy for the refugees. Thus far, however, no country has shown any eagerness to receive them in any number. The American delegates, as they started to work, had the following to go on: United States Can admit 27,370 Germans and Austrians a year under existing immigration quota. Brazil--Has an annual quota of 3,099 Germans and 1,065 Austrians.

Argentina- -Permits entry of a limited number of immigrants, especially trained farmers with capital. Great Britain Will find an outlet for a small number of selected refugees in East Africa, particularly in Kenya, and will shelter refugees temporarily in England. STUDENT DIVING VICTIM'S FUNERAL TO BE TOMORROW Funeral services for Corbert Anderson Viehman, 21-year-old junior pre-medical student at Washington University, who died yesterday at Decatur, will be held at 9 a. m. tomorrow at North Presbyterian Church, Warne and St.

Louis avenues. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Viehman died as a result of a broken neck sustained Sunday when dived into two feet of water in Lake Decatur. He is survived by his father, Henry C. Viehman, and two sisters, Miss Mable Viehman and Mrs.

Goldie Moser. He lived with Mrs. Moser at 3922 Kennerly avenue. DR. H.

B. LOGAN SUED OVER $100 TUITION FEE Suit to recover $100, said to have been paid as tuition to Dr. Hugh B. Logan, operator of the Logan Basic College of Chiropractic at 7701 Florissant road. Normandy, has been filed in Justice of the Peace Louis L.

Hicks' court in Clayton by William Beck. 8704 Natural Bridge road. Normandy. In September of 1937. after paying the $100 in tuition, the school closed and repayment was refused by Logan, Beck alleges.

Logan told reporters that his school was closed for a week and had reopened thereafter. He said that his attorney advised him that he did not have to return the money, but that Beck could re-enter the school at any time he cared to do so. BELGIAN WIDOW GETS LIFE. POISONED 11 FOR MONEY LIEGE. BELGIUM, July -Marie Petitjean Becker, 58- year-old widow, began serving a life term in prison today for poisoning eleven persons for their money.

She was found guilty by a jury and sentenced to death, but the death penalty is not enforced in Belgium for women. 9.100 MILES COVERED BY DOUGLAS IN CAMPAIGN Judge James M. Douglas of St. Louis, campaigning for the Democratic nomination for supreme court judge at the August 2 primary, had covered 9.100 miles on his "personal appearance" tour of rural Missouri, according to Frank Hollingsworth of Mexico. outstate Douglas campaign manager.

SEE OUR OTHER ANNOUNCEMENT ON PAGE 4 months old, who died yesterday the effects of swallowing an Photo.) oner's physician who performed a post mortem examination, stated today the pin was not removed. It punctured the aesophagus walls. near the stomach, he said, and caused an abscess. Surgeons operated, but could not remove the pin, Dr. Brandenburger declared.

The child swallowed the pin while at play at her home. Her mother was attracted by her violent coughing. could not discover the cause, and promptly took her to the hospital. X-rays taken at Children's Hospital disclosed the open safety pin, lodged in the lower throat. Later X-rays revealed the child's repeated coughing forced the pin down near the stomach.

The child's father is employed by the Byron Cade Florist Co. in Clayton. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow at the Weick Bros.

Chapel, 2201 South Grand boulevard, with burial in Calvary Cemetery. Neaf's Men Pass Out Campaign Leaflets A campaign leaflet containing an Indorsement of Deputy Assessor Peter Murmann for the Democratic nomination for judge of the St. Louis County Court, First District, by County Assessor Martin L. Neaf is being distributed by deputy assessors they deliver personal property assessment blanks in the county. Distribution of the leaflets is voluntary on the part of the deputy assessors, a note in the leaflets explains.

Cost of the printing was paid by Murmann, the note adds. Murmann is opposed in the primary by Dr. Leo Hayes, Wellston, James E. Holland, Webster Groves, and F. M.

Henry, Webster Groves. Judge Eugene G. Tighe, the incumbent, is running for the office of presiding judge of the court. Neaf stated in the leaflet that he is supporting Murmann because the latter is in harmony with the ASsessor's system of assessments. Neaf has been at odds for years with other members of the Board of Equalization over his efforts to increase property valuations.

FIVE PENDERGAST FIRMS TO SUPPLY DAM MATERIALS KANSAS CITY, July (U. -Thomas J. Pendergast, head of the Kansas City Democratic organization, will supply construction materials for about half of the work on the $20.000,000 Pensacola dam across the Grand River near Disney, it was revealed today when contract bids were announced. Five Pendergast concerns, the Centropolis Crusher the Midwest Paving the Midwest Pre Cote the P. R.

Realty Co. and the Ready Mixed Concrete were listed in the contract, which was awarded to the Massman Construction Co. at Vinita, on June 25. The Pendergast firms were included in the Massman bid, which was $9,322,960 and provided for all construction supplies. MRS.

CHARLES H. GAUSS FUNERAL AT ST. CHARLES Funeral services for Mrs. Charles H. Gauss, who died at her home in St.

Charles Wednesday of infirmities age, were held today at the residence. with burial in Oak Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Gauss was 88 years old and the widow of Charles H. Gauss, who died in 1913.

She was and was graduated Lindenthe former Miss Elizabeth, Johns wood College in 1868. Surviving are a son, Matthew J. Gauss, manager of the International Shoe Co. plant at St. Charles: four daughters, Miss Virginia Gauss of St.

Charles, Mrs. Fred L. Reeves of Pleasant Hill. and Miss Blanche Gauss and Mrs. Arnold Simmons of Miami.

and two brothers, George S. Johns, retired and associate Dr. editor Frederick the Post-Dispatch, Johns, the latter of Los Angeles, Cal. ST. LOUIS NET PLAYERS HOME FROM ELOPEMENT The elopement and marriage of Miss Elsie Abeln and Joel Bonkrud, two leading tennis players in the St.

Louis district, was revealed yesterday after the couple returned from their honeymoon through Illinois and Wisconsin. The marriage took place June 20 at Nashua, at the Little Brown Church. The couple met several years ago at O' Fallon Park on the tennis courts. They will live at 3539 Arden avenue, Pine Lawn. Mrs.

Bonkrud before her marriage lived with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Abeln at 605 Jackson street. Bonkrud resided at 3511 Greer avenue. STIX, BAER FULLER RAYON SALE! BEMBERG SHEER DRESSES $7.98 COOL DARK AND BRIGHT PRINTS 800 OF THEM AT 1.79 ARE LOUIS WOMEN FABRIC! A SALE for you who want someST. IN THIS at Reg Get thing to Dark, yet for cool traveling as tissue Out as We Sale paper, wear Sell something lightweight to wear WITH Prices Frocks Here's This New for the piece town -season and wear! jacket and for They're styles in late-into- oneBemberg Offering of Fa- Sav- "finds" at this price and Preferred ings! that people with who nicety buy of better detail dresses appreciate.

Sizes for misses, women and little women. BEMBERG RAYON SHEERS are the coolest fabrics we know of they slip rather than stick. BEMBERG RAYON SHEERS refuse to be wilted by the heat and resist crushing (a boon for travelers). BEMBERG RAY ON SHEERS thrive on soap and water come out looking fresh as a hanky. 500 of the incredibly lovely prints are in far more expensive dresses, and are exclusive with us.

Mura Dress ShopThird Floor and Street Floor.) DOUBLE TREAT! SALE OF PLAY CLOTHES Reg. $3.98 $5.98 Reg. $5.98 $8.98 $2:59 $3:59 Don't deny yourself the luxury of smarter Play Clothes at these thrilling savings! In both groups you'll find one-piece Short Sets with wrap-around skirts and Culottes. All wonderfully detailed; with covered zippers, wide hems, new necklines. Made of gay printed cottons, pre-shrunk and colorfast.

In sizes 12-20. (Beach Shop--Third Floor.) new way to rouge! SHOE SALE $6 MODERNETTE SUMMER STYLES AT GROUP SELECTED OF $3.99 WHITE ROUGE WATERPROOF AND ONLY 50c A new Rouge that changes in color to precisely suit individual skin. No your other rouge is like it it's so nattural looking! Easily removed with cold cream or soap and water. Try it now! (Toiletries -Street Floor.) FOR PHONE ORDERS. CALL CENTRAL 9449, At these savings, you can pick up several different Colored Shoes to accent your gay Summer dresses! You'll find Oxfords and Sandals in the following colors but not every size in every style: ALL- WHITE COMBINATIONS BLUE RUST STRING LINEN YELLOW PINK NATURAL PIGSKIN (Second Floor.).

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