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Archbishop of Chicago
May Be Made Cardinal
Ey the Associated Press.
BERN, Switzerland, April 28.—
Vatican City circles expect the
Archbishop of Chicago to be named
a cardinal after the war, the Swiss
telegraphic agency said yesterday.
(The Archbishop of Chicago,
the Most Rev. Samuel Alphonsus
Stritch, as chairman of the
Bishops’ Committee on the
Pope’s Peace Points, published
last June a 900-page compilation
of pronouncements by recent
Popes on peace, war and human
rights.)
At present there are 48 cardinals
and 28 vacancies.
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miss Anna Mane Ramsej, 1721
Massachusetts avenue N.W., who
recently was promoted to first lieu
tenant in the Marine Corps Wom
en's Reserve, is
on duty in the
division of plans
and policies at
Marine Corps
h e a d q u a rters
here. Lt. Ram
sey, who attend
ed Mount Mor
ris College,
Mount Morris,
111., and the
American Insti
tute of Banking
i n Milwaukee,
Wis., was em
ployed in the
Office of Civilian Lt. Ann* m. R*mser.
Defense before enlisting in the serv
ice. She was commissioned a second
lieutenant in June, 1943.
MEMPHIS, Tenn.—First Lt. Helen
I. Burton, former District school
teacher, whdse parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James H. Burton, live at 38 Girard
street N.E., is in charge of a con
tingent of woman marines recently
assigned to duty here at the naval
air technical training center.
A graduate of Wilson Teachers’
College, Lt. Burton attended Colum
bia, Northwestern, Catholic and
George Washington Universities. She
taught in public schools in the Dis
trict and for nine months prior to
her enlistment in the Marine Corps
Women’s Reserve she was supervisor
of the receptionist unit of the War
Production Board.
NEW RIVER, N. C.—Six woman
marines from the Washington area
have completed their boot training
here at Camp Lejeune. They are:
Pvts. Erma Marian Whikehart,
daughter of Mrs. John T. Baird, 4628
North Thirteenth street, Arlington,
Va.; Charlotte Munchmeyer, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Munch
meyer, 1424 Taylor street N.W.;
Dorothy Alice Cunyus, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Cunyus, 5311
Potomac avenue S.E.; Mary F. Ca
hill, daughter of Mrs. John Cahill,
2147 P street N.W.; Virginia B. Ehe
hardt, daughter of Mrs. Edna E.
Brown, 1109 Allison street N.W., and
Faye O. Rossi, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Palmiro Rossi, 326 A street N.E.
Pvt. Whikehart has been assigned
to Marine Barracks in Washington
I as a clerk-typist, and Pvt. Rossi will
remain here to take advanced train
ing at the cooks’ and bakers’ school.
Pvts. Munchmeyer, Cunyus, Cahill
and Ehehardt have been ordered
to report to the Marine Corps Air
Station at Cherry Point, N. C.
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. — Mrs.
Helen Wasserman Piltch, wife of
Abraham L.
Piltch, 1445 Otis
place N.W., and
Miss Eleanor
Ann McDuffie,
daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George
E. McDuffie,
6423 Eighth
street N.W., re
cently were
commi ssioned
ensigns in the
Naval Reserve
following their
graduation from
Naval Reserve
Midshipmen’s
School here.
Ensign Piltch, who attended
George Washington University, was
employed as a statistical clerk for
the Social Becurity Board before
enlisting in the Naval Reserve. She
is now on duty in Washington at the
Bureau of Yards and Docks. En
sign McDuffie, who is stationed at
the Philadelphia Navy Yard, is a
graduate of George Washington
University and Wilson Teachers’
College. She was formerly employed
as a senior stenographer in the Bu
reau of Ships, Navy Department.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.—Second
Lt. Irene N. Lowe, 1205 Farragut
street N.W., has been appointed as
sistant post exchange officer here
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FORT MASON, Calif.—Pvt. Mary
E. Howard, 1601 K street N.W., has
been promoted to private, first class,
here at the San Francisco port of
embarkation where she is on duty
with a WAC detachment as a clerk
typist. Prior to enlisting in the
WAC last October, Pfc. Howard was
employed as a secretary with the
War Production Board.
CAMP BLANDING, Fla. — Pfc.
Eileen Bankston, formerly of Wash
ington. has been awarded the Good
Conduct Medal here where she is
on duty with a WAC detachment.
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