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ALTON IVKNtttO TELtORAPM TMUMDAY, JANUARY 1, Society... tirat) Dr. Parker at Alliance Dr. Alice Parker of Llndenwood College, St. Charles, Mo., was guest speaker, at a meeting of the Anna D. Sparks Alliance, First Unitarian Church, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Harris. 302 East Twelfth street, Wednesday. Dr. Parker, presented by Mrs. H. Nelson Schweppo, spoke on "Blue Snow and Purple Trees." Dr. Parker discussed sharpness of the senses, especially as to how well one determines color. Mr*. Orland Forcade gave a reading on "Mahatma Gapdhi." Luncheon preceded a business session, presided over by Mrs. John G. Gill, and Dr. Parker's address. Hostesses were Mrs. H. L. Harris,' Mrs. H. B. Harris, Mrs. John B. Harris, Mrs. John Pfelf- fenberger, Mrs. Thomas Harris and Miss Florence Harris, "Democracy In Community Planning," with Mrs. Robert Elliott as chairman, will be studied •t the January 18 meeting of the Alliance. The meeting wilt be held at the First Unitarian Church, and dessert will be served at 1 O'clock. Mist Jean Dak« to Wed Mr. and Mrs. Luther Dake of 810 Third street, Wood River, are announcing the e n K age ment of their daughter, Jean Marilyn, to Russell W. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Davis of Central la, III. Miss Dake is a Iver High School graduate of East Alton-Wood River High School Mist Dake. and Mr. Davis graduated from Centralin Town- Tonsor Christening John Philip Tonsor, soft of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tonsor of 921 College avenue, was christened New Year's Day In S«. Mary's Church by the Rev. Walter DepptSch. Sponsors for the babe were Mr, and Mrs. John SkundrlcH of Rosewood Heights. x A christening dinner was served at the Tonsor home. Historical Society to Meet Alton Area Historical Society will meet Sunday at 2 o'clock at the First Unitarian Church. History of Alton Schools will be studied, with Julius Marti of Alton High School faculty as leader. Mrs.\ Henry Krant wilt read a paper on Upper Alton schools, and Raymond L. Ready will discuss Junior Historian Course. Travel Club Meeting Mrs. Robert H. Staehle and Mrs. F. W. Bromaghtm were hostesses to the Travel Club Wednesday night, entertaining in the parish house of First Methodist Church. A travelogue was presented by Mrs. Lewis F. Smith following a business session, and the evening was brought to a close with the serving of refreshments. The club will meet In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Sanders, 900 East Fourth street, in three weeks. Kinzel Flower Shop will give a flower demonstration as the evening's program. PermiMb Upper Alton Miss Aline Meyer, daughter of Mrs. Either Meyer of Linden avenue, Mist Florence Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wilson of Watalee .avenue, and Mist Thelma Wllken-, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wllken of Linden avenue, students at Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Ind., left Wednesday for Valparaiso to re* sume their studies aftef speeding the Christmas vacation with their parents. ' Peorla, 111., Jan. 4.—The Bradley University committee on the (Improvement of scholarship recently released the names of the members of the Federation of Bradley Scholars. Included In this list is Carlee Chester, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Dennis Chester, 1522 Henry street, Alton. 'The Federation of.Scholars was formed In 1037 "to create a greater and more active Interest in scholarship." Students with a grade faint average of "B" or better and of good repute and character are eligible tor membership. Mrs. Ross E. Armbruster of 708 Euclid place left Monday for a several weeks' vacation In Phoenix, Ariz., Ontario, San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco, Calif. Mrs. Armbruster will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Armstrong of Alton In Phoenix and will visit relatives In California. Mr. and Mm. Armstrong are spending the winter In Phoenix. ' ship High School. They are students at the Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Davis, a music major, Is choir director at the First Baptist Church at Pinckneyvllle, 111. The couple plan to be married ta the tpring. Banslrn Jlirr- Announcement Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Asaro of 1510 East Fourth street are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Kathryn, to George Rambo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rambo, 118 West Birch street, Hartford. Miss Asaro, a graduate of Alton High School and Lakeview College of Commerce, it employed In the office of the machine shop, Owens-Illinois Glass Company. Mr. Rambo wat graduated from the East Alton-Wood River High School and attended Washington University. He Is employed by the Parke-Davis Drug Company, St. Louis. Miss Susi ScUafly Wed* Mist Elizabeth Jane (Suzl) Schlafly, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrt. Paul A. Schlafly, of the Grey- atone apartments, 4399 McPher- aoti avenue, St. Louis, was married to William Fleming Williams, grandson of Mrs. Thomas G. Clancy, 4521 McPherson avenue, ESt. Louis, at Pocahontas, Ark., Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Williams will reside in Corpus Chrlsti, Tex., where •the former is employed by an oil company. Mrs. Williams, niece of Mr. and Mrs. L'. A. Schlafly of Fairmount Is a graduate of Villa Duchesne, 1948, and attended Barat College, Lake Forest, 111. Her paternal grandparents were Mr. and Mrs. •eMafty. Hospital Notes MM. Wt R. Lodge of Win •teeet wat hottest Tuesday night, entertaining member* of Past Presidents Parley of the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrt. J. C. Beanblossom, service woman chairman, reported that Christmas cards had been tent to nurses at Norbury hospital, Jacksonville. During the evening the names of Sunshine Pals were revealed and there was a gift exchange. Mrs. J. E. Walton will be host- ets at the February meeting of the Parley. Honored on Analvenary Mr. and Mrs. William Theisen of Route 1 were honored Tuesday night at a reception given in observance of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary at the Onized Club on East Broadway. Mr. and Mrs. Theisen were married before the Rev. J. C. Townsend In' the parsonage of the Congregational church, Alton, and Mrs. Theisen is the former Miss Edna Harris. The celebration was arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Theisen's daughters, Mrs. Harold Von Bergen, Mrs. Gerald Loy and Mint Dorothy Thtlten, and more than 50 guests called to extend congratulations. Refreshments were served, and the table was centered with a wedding cake iced In silver. Mr. and Mrs. Theisen, who were showered with gifts, have two sons, 'Billy Theisen, USN, Son Diego, Calif., and Elbert Thelson of Chelan, Wash., and four daughters, Including Miss Esther Theis** n< I Mitt Either Theisen assisted her lalftert In entertaining the callers. ; ' dsapter 00 Meeting Chapter GG, P. E; O., will meet Monday at 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Clyde W, Schmoeller, 720 Grove Mm(. Mrs. R. R. Trlekey will be |ttattt)»sloiv leader. !• MMkwl atoelely AMviltary < Auxiliary to the MtdUon Coun- Society hat cancelled Memorial Hospital Medical TrMlmt.nl Alfred Whitten, 8010 Main. Gary Dennl* llolford, 1003 Park. Harold Lealle Brunmifh, 9430 Samln- r.v. Ray Alexander, 412 Crom, Jcrnyvill*. Mr*. Lcla Colter, 1104 McPhenon. flnrflcal Treatment Danny Eaker, East Alton. Route 1. Leroy Purcell,' 3349 Belle. Mr». Stella Mae Petrl. 3411 Amelia. Walton Downing. 1001 Chouteau. Mm. Charlotte Jewibury, Jeraeyvllle, Route 1. Mr.. Harriett Ennla. at! Penning, Wood IMvar. Ulimliuli Gerald Thomai, Shlpman. Mra. Alberta Wllllami Mid Intent MM, East Alton, Bout* 1. Mn. There-e Morriuwy and infant ion, 1103 State. St. Joseph's Hospital • Medical Treatment Mm. Esther Imbcr. wife of Thomas Imber, 3751 Berkeley, Mrs. Helen Rlley. Alton. Mrs. Florence Hcincmnnn, wife of Edmund Helnemann. 2404 LaSalle. Fred Swain, 2600 Amelia Virgil Lee Bowman, 428 Velma, South Roxana. Mri. Lula Mae Burnett, wife ef Chart*-, alurmU, 1122 P«arl. Mn. Iffla Bandars, wife qf Tlvlan tanders, 703 Condlt, Wood Hlver. ••rtlcal Treatment Jama*. F. Anderson. Godfrey. Mlsa Areta Floyd, ISM North Fourth. Lao r. Rtppley, »S9 HtUmet Ralph Wallace, 1004 tHate. Joacph V. Oaakra, •« Hanrr. Mat Berth* Malson, 1411 Main. Mrs. Kva Jfaym«», Jackson tan*, Godfrey. Dismissals Robert Kulp, 1205 Florence. Gene Krattchmer, 3411 Oakwood. Joseph E. Harrelson, Roxana. Francis Leroy Maher, 221 West Twelfth. Frank Hothwelller, 721 Washington. Roger Arnold Graham, 818 East fifth. Wayne Phillips, Wood Rrver. Wood River Toivnthip Hotpbal Kenneth Walter has resumed his studies at St. Louis University nfter spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George K. Walter of Greenwood lane, Godfrey. Walter Is a pre-medical student. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Franc have returned to Scott Air Base after a vacation spent in New Orleans, La., points In Florida and other places. Miss Isabel Ann Moran of 407 East Twelfth street will leave Sunday to resume her studies at Barat College, Lake Forest, 111. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Cox and sons of Fairmount have returned from Florida where they spent the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. George Meredith of 2916 Buena Vista avenue spent New Year'a Day with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ketchum in Jerseyvllle. Mrs. Meredith is Ben Ketchum's mother. Chun* reik VeMitfe Out Upper Alton church folk ventured out last night to prayer services though most of them had reduced attendances. At the Main Street Methodist Church, the terv Ice was called off because of a combination of bad footing and III ness of the pastor, the Rev, V. W Corrle. Upper Alton Baptist had 44 pres ent and they probably tied with Edwards Street Assembly of OCM where there were "between 40 and 46" present. At Brown Street Baptist, the service was conducted by the Rev Earl M. Jensen, a former pastor of the church, who made an unexpected visit to Alton yesterday, Mr. Jensen Is now In evangelistic work with headquartert In Wheat* on. He was pastor of the Milton Heights Baptist Church for four and one-half years prior to 1939 Here now, he Is visiting at the Joseph Fllppo home, i \ 13 Mayfield, and will probably .eave for Wheaton tonight. Free Methodist members mis* understood about a missionary meeting having been called of; and presumed that both meetings set for last evening would not be held. Notwithstanding, there were four at the service. Calvary Baptist reports an attendance of about a third of an average group. One hundred is on average attendance. "The church was lighted and the bell rang," so I know that the mlnsltcr was there but I rlon't know any others who went," Is the way the service at Curdle Heights Baptist Church was described by a member this morning. Mrs. Rivar. Matte*! *N»«-Mt* M«T tclf-M. til Reiser. Wood MM. Mary BaUard, 817 lint, Wood River. Freddie Allen Coynes, 113 Whltelaw, Enst Alton. , Linda Lou Coynes, 213 Whltelaw, Bast Alton. Rurglcal Trostment Mm, Stella Sohobe, 3613 Horn, Alton. Mrs. Grace Walker, 701 East Ferguson, Wood River. Dismissals Mrs. Joan Fitzgerald, 236 Elm, Roxana. Mrs. Nora Baxter, Sit Brown, Alton. William Clafk, SSO PMC*. Beat Alton. Landa Jenkins, 848 Lorcna, Wood Hlver. Mra. Itw MuUimn, AMoa. Jacob KelMr. Wotdftn. _____ Miss Betty temm, *tta*a aTM-r Mn. Betty ftmderburS. HO Seventh, Alto*. Births Twin sons were born to Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Cooper, 219 Indiana avenue, South Roxana, Wednesday, In Wood River Town-hip Hospital. One of the twins was born at 1:32 p. m., weighing six pounds and eight ounces, and tho other was born at 1:40 p. m. and weighed five pounds and 14 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. William Schrempf of 3402 Oakwood avenue are parents of a daughter, Deborah Lee. The baby, weighing seven pounds and four ounces, was born at 11:33 a. m. Wednesday in Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Schrempf was before her marriage, Miss Norma Simpson. The baby Is the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. William Schrempf sr., of St. Louis. Announcement nnt been made of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson of 609 Mather street. Tho baby was born at 4:36 a.'in. today in Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing teven pounds and 14 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dean of 1105 Hill road have given the name of William Michael to a son, born at 5:14 a. in. today In Alton Memorial Hospital^ The baby weighs six pounds and'eight ounces. Church Events Circle 5 of the Cherry Street Baptist Church will meet with Mrs. Paul Schlmdt, 705 Royal street, Friday o'clock. evening at 7:30 Mrs. J. T. Bramlette of 123 East Eighth street has returned from Freehold, N. J., where she spent the holidays with her daughter, Mrs. Reese Evans, formerly of Granite Glty, and Mrs. Evans' son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Salerno. While in the east Mrs. Bramlette visited New York City and several other places. Joe Greil of 608 East Seventh street returned home Wednesday from Jefferson Barracks Hospital where he spent two months, and it recuperating. During his stay at the hospital Orell underwent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Franz have returned to Canton, Mo., after a holiday visit with relatives In Alton. Franz Is an instructor at Culver-Stockton College. Thomas Moran of 407 East Twelfth street has resumed his studies at Chamlnade College, St. Louis. • Mr. and Mrt. Charles Hollls of Kansas City are announcing the birth of a daughter, their third child, Dec. 81. The babe weighed seven pounds and two ounces. Mrs. Hollls, the former Mist Kathleen Ketchum of Jerseyvllle, It Improving after being in a serious condition for some time. Mrs. George Meredith of 2916 Buena Vista avenue, mother of Mrs. Horrls, spent the month of December at the Hollis home. Frartk Rothweiler has been moved to his home, 721 Washington avenue, from St. Joseph's Hospital but is bedfast and unable to receive callers. Rothweiler, maentnltt at OweM-Dlinois Olaas Conpanjr, sejtsred the hospital lor medical attention Dee. 96. Marriage Hoente wat lamed In Thonuu Jenkuu of Rotauta and Mrt. Margaret Tlmmermeier by Mra. Lillian McGuan Swain, deputy marriage license clerk, this week. Conduct John Hennel Rites at Carrollton CARROLLTON, Jan. 5. (Special)—Funeral services for John William Hennel, Eldred, who died In Our Saviour's Hospital, Jacksonville, Sunday, were held Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. in Simpson funeral home. The services were conducted by the Rev. Laurel Grigg, pastor of the local Baptist Church and burial was in Richwood cemetery. The music for the service was by Mrs. Anna Hubbard, Miss Haydie Dow- clall, Mrs. G. K. Hutchens. and Mrs. Richard Ciller, with Mrs. Charlotte BUITUSS as accompanist. Pallbearers were William Ford, Eugene Cameror, John Andrews, Henry Hennel, Roland Roth, and William Flatt. Catholic Daughter* Meet CARROLLTON. — The resular meeting of the local chapter of the Catholic Daughters of America was held Tuesday evening in the. Knights of Columbus hall. A social hour followed the ceremonial and the hostesses were Mrs. H. Thlen, Mrs. John Longmeyer, Mrs. Henry Lonffmeyer, Mrs. Frank Keller, Mrs. Mary Hill, and Mrs. A. Schnettgoecke. Jameson reports less than hall of an average meeting and a third or perhaps a half were present at Math Street Baptist. At the church of the Nazarene a half hour of prayer preceded the monthly meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society. Mrs. William B. Kelly presented the "lesson, "Politics In Japan," a chapter from the book "Japan, Now". The Rev. William B. Kelly returned early this morning from Kansas City where he has been attending a church meeting In relation to the choosing of a superintendent to replace Dr. R. V. Starr, who was killed In an automobile accident recently. Ill In Saa Frweteaa Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rlggs, 904 Washington, are telling friends of the* illness of their son, C. C. Rlggs jr., who has been 111 for six weeks. He was recently moved to Veterans Hospital at San Francisco from Mary Help Hospital. A complete rest of two more months is required, they have been told. The son, who will be remembered here as "Buddy", is traveling auditor for a west coast chain store. Gathering at Simpaon Home Mr. and Mrs. William T. Simpton, who live in the country east of .town, entertained with a family gathering Monday. Twenty- four were present, they being Mrs. Sarah Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. William O. Simpson and daughter, Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Simpson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cathorall and children and Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hoekstra and daughter, Eva of Bethalto, Mrs. Robert Tolley, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Tolley, John Bamett and Albert CathoralL Mr. Bantett of MwaedaviUe to vMting his daughter*, Mrt. Noble Tolley, Mrs. James F.arrow and Mrt. Edwin Klemrter. to Greet twta OtandeMMtea Mrs. Earl Finch, 1724 Etcovel left thit afternoon for Decatur to be with her daughter, Mrt. Robert Nlhlser and the new arrivals In the Nihiser home, a ton and a daughter born at 9 and 7 this morning. There are five other children In the family, three girls and two sons. • . Mto Mle Meete ItMajr Plant continue for the monthly meeting of the MIoMlo Clatt of Main Street Methodist Church, tomorrow evening. The meeting will be held at 8 p..m. In the church with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Flchtel and Mr. and Mrt. Floyd Galllher at hotts. PoettwMd The meeting of Homemakert Class of Calvary'Baptist Church, scheduled for tomorrow night, hat been postponed until Friday of next week. The meeting wlll.be held at the home of Mrs. Powell Barrow, Elm street. Mrs. Bob Richardson is teacher of the class. Announce Birth of Bon Mr. and Mri. Joseph Tolce of Los Angelet are announcing the birth of a ton, Dec. 31. The babe was born at 6:45 a. m., weighed six and one-half pounds and has been named George Robert for his two grandfathert. This Is their third child and second son. Mr. and Mrs. Tolce left Alton five years ago to make their home in the west. The babe Is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L, Tolce, 906 Main. Wedding at Blockburger Home Miss Helen Louise Fast, of Wichita, Kan., and Harold Ranee jr., of Tampa, Fla., were married at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Edwtfrd Blockburger on Seminary road, Sunday and left soon afterward for Tampa, where they wil visit the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ranee. A lighted Christmas tree provided a .setting for the exchange of vows as the Rev. Jack Brown read the service. The bride wore an suit with black accessories and an orchid corsage. Thirty-eight relatives witnessed the ceremony and attended the informal reception which followed. Mrs. Ranee is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fast and lived here as a child. She and her fiance came to Alton to spend Christmas with Mr. and* Mri. Blockburger and other relatives In .he area. Early Morning Ride Robert Conley, night clerk at College Avenue railroad station, eft at 3 this morning to drive to his home at Roodhouse, where he will remain until Saturday afternoon with his family. Mr. Conley has worked on this hlft at the station for three years and because there wasn't a home here to be had he made the 50- mile drive every morning before daybreak and returned in time o resume work in the afternoon. Jis daily two-way drives were continued through the ice of last rear without mishap. In fact, he ays he rather 'enjoys the drive; raffic is negligible. He has recent- y taken' a room in Alton . and rives home at less frequent in- ervals. To Nominate Officers Nominations for office holders in the Milton fire department will open at the business meeting Monday night and will dote at the Mftt meeung, Jan. M. EHetteu will tin* fiatt at the fim meet* Ing In February, Feb. Mow comet • story of e lew* Uian*four>yeer*old lay who wee eeerchlng abort the house Dee. M. Hi* mother atti it is th« tint day In more than * week that he had not been demanding something MI the left MM alone to Mi own devices. The child Marched through the broom closet; he rummage* In cupboards, he took out from their placet, pott and pans; hit eyes searched every part of the living room and dining room! he went over the bedroomt with a practiced eye; through the clothe! closett and when he finally be* tan taking, bottles from the medl* cine cabinet, the though It time to Interfere. "What are you do* Ing?" The answer came, "I'm look* Ing for cure." The mother, think* Ing she hadn't heard rightly, asked again and again. Care was the only response. An explanation was demanded. Said the child, "I'm looking for care to hang with my stocking. Don't you know the book says 'The stocking* were hung by the chimney with care'? Notes Capt. and Mrs. R. P. Schaller and their two children have been In Alton to visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaller, 2915 Edwards. They were enroute from Texas to Cleveland, where Capt. Schaller has been transferred. MM, Catherine Cretwell Buried at Elsah funeral rltet lor Mrs. Catherine Crettwell, M, who died Monday, watt conducted Wednesday at S p. HI. In Gent funeral home by MM Rev. O. W. Meejfemeier, pastor of Evangelical * Reformed Church Burial was in Ettah cemetery. Mrs. Rlchart Kfcllstrom of Elsah, with Mrs. Edwin L. Rhoadt as accompanist, tang two selections. Pallbearers were Warren Allen, Graf ton; Stanley Derr and La* yerne Allen, Alton; Tyrut Noble, Dow; Maurice Klrchner, Jersey* ville, and John Barnal. Eltah. With exception of Barnal all were great grand nephews of Mrs. Crettwell. Mn. Laura Garrell, 03, of St. Louis, a sitter at Mrs. Cretswellt accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Pearl Dean, visited the funeral home Tuesday. Calhoun Horse Trainer Suffers Freak Accident Miss Lily Williamson hat returned to her home in Chicago after a visit at the J. J. Beeby home, 1828 Evergreen. Miss Barbara Becker has re- tured to Elmhurst College after spending the Christmas vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto F. Becker, 1808 Main. C G. Smith, 2720 Walnut, is do- Ing well at Memorial Hospital, where he underwent major surgery Monday. His daughter, 'Mrs. Ruth Koch, who has been here for Christmas, remains here and a daughter-in-law, Mrt. Charles Smith of Peorla, has come to assist with the nursing. •'' Mrs. Ruby Cress, 2010 Main, who sustained a parlytic stroke Tuesday afternoon and was taken to the home of her daughter, Mrt. Carl Nickens, 2114 Rockwell, that night, entered St. Anthony's Infirmary yesterday afternoon. Her brother, Alfred Whitten, who was injured in a fall Tuesday night, was taken to Memorial Hospital yesterday afternoon. Miss Marguerite Huebner, dean of girls in the High School at Freeport, hat returned to her work after being In Alton with ler parents,, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Huebner, 1916 Park. « LJ. S. Sending Spies Into USSR, Czechs Say PRAGUE, Jan. 5, OP) — The Czechoslovak Communist press charged today that the United States and other western countries are sending large numbers of 'spies, murderers and saboteurs" nto the Soviet Union and European Communists countries. The party newspaper Rude Pravo, said Russia is the chief target of such infiltrations, but added hat the "revolutionary vigilance af the Soviet people" is frustrating hem. Fly Damage A horse in California switched ts tall at a fly and hit a hot wire. The horse was killed, its tail caught fire, and the flames spread over 55 acret of timber. Fate of the fly it unknown. HARDIN, Jan. 5. (Special)-Or ville (Whltey) Skinner had a freak accident Sunday while breaking a horse for riding purposes. Skinner wat riding the animal In the alley near hit home when it reared. To save himself, Whltey struck the hone between the ears with fist. The horse fell to his knees, but the rider found that the blow had broken hit arm just below the elbow.' Skinner has been breaking and training horses since boyhood, but this Is the most serious injury he has ever received. Ohio State Dean to Try To Save Girl's Life COLUMBUS, Ohio, Jan. 5, UPt— The dean of the Ohio State University College of Medicine will direct efforts to save the life of two-year-old Janet Beth Wagner. Janet Beth arrived in Columbus last night after a 12,000-mile trip from Singapore, where physicians predicted' a rare blood disease would take her life before February. Now she Is under the personal care of Dr. Charles A. Doan, who It dean as well at director of university hospital, where doctors have done research In rare, blood disease. Janet Beth's father la Paul Wagner, chief buyer for the B. F. Goodrich Co., in Singapore. She was four months old when her parents moved from Akron to Singapore. The little girl became ill Dec. 3. On Dec. 17, Singapore physicians said she had six weeks to live. * A. M. Waltter Divorced Berlin reports that a German woman wat just granted a divorce because her husband liked waltzing. She told the judge her husband turned on the radio, at 2 o'clock a. m. and then insisted that she get out of bed to dance with him. James Cleveland, Elcctridan, Dies Jama Harold (Matty) Cleveland, M» a retired electrician, who resided at Lincoln hotel, dud unexpected!? thlt morning. He became 10 In a West Third street restaurant, ahortly after he had eaten breakfast, and wat moved by ambulance to St. Joseph's Hoe. pltal, where he wat pronounced dead on arrival at S:30 a. m. Death apparently wat due to a heart attack. Cleveland h»d appeared In good health previout to suffering the attack and had (Joked and talked to other patrons In the restaurant. He suffered the attack just after he had arisen from table to leave the restaurant. A life-long resident of Alton, Cleveland wat born in 1881. Ha had worked as electrician at West* em Cartridge Co., a chemical plant, and for Union Electric in St. Louis. His wife, Mrs. Sarah Cleveland, died 16 years ago, and a ton, Ralph, last October. , Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Virgil Burris, Alton; Mrt. Nellie Morey, Bunker Hill; Mrt. Mildred Coatney, Forest Hills; two sons, James Howard, and Harry, Cleveland, Jr., Brighton; a brother, George Cleveland, who Is a patient in Madison County Tubercu- loiii Sanatorium, and 18 grand* children. The body is at Streeper funeral home, pending funeral arrangements. PHA Allots 90 Housing Units to Ottawa, 111. WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 (JP> — The Public Housing Administration yesterday announced allotment of 90 units for construction in Ottawa, 111., under the low rent public housing program. The PHA said the LaSalle County Housing Authority will handle the project. The county group plans to build 50 units one year and 40 the second. The -.uthprity requested a $36,000 planning loan. This must be approved by the President before it can be granted. The federal government also will provide fundt for construction if private financing is not available. Gompers Centennial To Be Launched by AFL WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 WP> — A big year of celebration, marking the centennial of the birth of Samuel Gompers, will be. launched by he American Federation of Labor tonight. The kickoff is a banquet at which Vice-President Berkley and William Green, AFL president, are the principal scheduled speakers. The AFL said more than 1000 guests were, invited. Gompers founded the AFL and headed the labor organization for more than 40 years. He died In 1924. , Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" TRADE-IN SALE SAVE NOW! OUR BEST 67.95 KENMORE TANK TYPE CLEANER Annual parish meeting of St. Paul's Episcopal Church will be held Monday, following evening prayer at 6 o'clock. f meeting scheduled for An Alaska sealskin is so light KdwardtvUie. 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