The sunday news and tribune (jefferson city, MO) 21 march 1937 page 4
the Government Doctor, Who Refused fo Disclosetaref, Jailed ATLANTA, Ga., March 20-(UP)--Dr. Samuel Green, prominent Atlanta physician, resumed his practice today after having spent more than a day in jail in defiance of a contempt o f ' court order which sought to force him to reveal a professional secret. Dr. Green was dismissed upon payment of a Â§25 fine imposed by Superior Judge John D. Humphries after the physician refused for a second time to divulge the name of a woman patient sought by defense attorneys in a damage suit Â· Â· Â· Â· Despite the fact Georgia law does not protect professional secrets, Dr. Green insisted that Lo reveal the woman's name would bring disrepute upon the medical profession. Meantime, a bill was introduced in the house of representatives yesterday which would make relations beW.sen doctors and patients privileged . T * i ? vm sedans to ^e United ^ustry recently. Don Hiley, manager U ' Drive of the in the Monday the National at a banquet of the Roof City. V of delivered of the president and winners. with Freed Lincoln Zephyr 1937 Sales Cain Greatly More Than Three Times as Large as Same Period Last Year Demonstrating the acceptance of its "first anniversary" Lincoln- Zephyr models, the-Lincoln Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich., announces that the deliveries of Lincoln-Zephyr 1937 models to March 1 were more than three times as large as in the same period last year. 'Retail deliveries of 1937 Lincoln-Zephyr cars totaled more than 10,000 units," the announcement said, "as compared with 3068 units last year. This is an increase of more than 218 per cent. The increase was general over the United States. "Exports of Lincoln-Zephyr cars Brings Divorce Action Against Prince Alfonso HAVANA, March 20--(AP)-The Countess of Covadonga filed suit for divorce today against her husband, the former Crown Prince Alfonso of Spain, charging him with "voluntary and continued abandonment." "Unfortunately .my marriage to the Count was not successful," said the former Edelmira Sam- pedro, beautiful Cuban commoner for whose love the Prince of Asturias renounced ' his claim to succeed to his father's vacated throne. She said-she sought only freedom from the marriage and "absolutely would not marry- anybody else for a long, long time." "I don't know what effect this divorce will have on the Count's annulment proceedings in New York and I'm not interested," she said. "The Count has made no financial settlement with me and I have .not asked for alimony in my suit today. What I want is freedom." Ford Denies He Plans Replacement of Nazi Ambassador Heard in Capitol Dr. Hans Luther May Lose Post Because of LoGuardia Remarks WASHINGTON, March 20.-(AP)--Diplomats heard today that Dr. Hans Luther soon will 'be re- pjaced as Germany's ambassador to the United States. One possible reason advanced in these quarters was that Luther's official position in Washington had been made difficult by the recent series of diplomatic incidents that followed Mayor Fiorello H. La- Guardia's anti-Nazi speeches in New York. Twice within the past three weeks, the envoy was called upon by his. government to protest to the state department against addresses in which LaGuardia denounced Chancellor Hitler of Germany The German protests brought two apologies from Secretary of State Hull and in the meantime the United States made strong representations to Berlin against the press attacks on Americans. Hans Heinrich Dieckhoff, like Luther a veteran in the German diplomatic service and now acting undersecretary for foreign affairs, is mentioned most prominently here as the present ambassadors successor. Jim, 'the Wonder Dog' Is Burled al Marshall MARSHALL, Mo., March 20-(AP)--Jim, called "the wonder dog," was buried here today in a specially constructed casket at the edge ot Ridge Park cemetery in which his master. Sam Van Ars- dsle, has a family lot. Flowers sent by admirers of the dog here and at a distance virtually covered the grave. Since press reports of Jim's death Thursday, Van -Arsdale has received more than 500 messages of condolence. Jim a large black and white mrj dog, gained wide reputation for his ability to pick out objects on order of his master. Van Arsdale said it might be mental telepathy, but he did hot know. Jim. was 12 years old. British Fleet to Be Put Through Maneuver LONDON, March 20.--(UP)-Great Britain's powerful home fleet, on its way. home from the' Mediterranean, will be "ambushed" 200 miles off the south coast by a mass attack of submarines and airplanes in a secret maneuver test of great importance, it was learned today. It was believed the test might be held tomorrow. The maneuver is designed to and submarine attack ' and the fleet's abaility to withstand such an attack. Rushing rearmament, the' admiralty has ordered the first thre^Pj ships of the 1937 program, a $15,- 000,000 aircraft carrier estimated at 23,000 tons and two minor craft. .-; It was fevealed officially that more than $18,500,000 is to be spent for naval munitions magazines at Milford Haven and Fishguard, in Wales on the west coast. Average Criminal Ace Is 22 WASHINGTON, .March 20-(AP)--J. Edgar Hoover said- today that the average age oi lawbreakers shifted in 1936 from 19 to 22. He advanced no explanation. 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