The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 20, 1946
Page 6
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PAOB aa BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY,..JUNE Spy Sentenced In Montreal Communist Given TeHn of Si* Years For Aiding Russians MONTREAL, June 20. (UP)- Frsd Rose. Communist member r' parliament who was convicted" ol luhilsbingr secret Information to Russia ' through a Soviet spy i Ing, was sentenced today to six years in prison. Rose was found guilty by a 12- man jury June 15 after .a 16-day trial. The Pollsli-borii 38-year-old member of parliament was chained specifically with being a recruiting age;it for trie ijbviet Union iii lining up government eniploye'stto furnish information to Russia. Presiding justice Wilfred Lazure who heard the case passed the sentence on Canada's only Communist member of parliament. Rose was convicted of criminal conspiracy to transmit Canadian war sectcts to Kussia in .violation of the official secrets act of 19M. His sentence was.the fourth to be hantled down against 13 persons who were rounded up Feb. 14 nrirt charged with bting members of n Eoviet spy gang \vhlcli was sending information to Russia. Texans Protest Promotion of Mark Cldrk Hospital Tests Develop New See-Sav/ing Bed NEW YORK (UP)—The theory that b*c\-rest Is the best thing i'or tli'e patient lias received another setback ns a result .of le&ln an four conscientious objectors by the Nciv York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. Out of the tests on the volunteer patients came n design [or n new bed —an oscillating bed — which constantly see-saws up and clown. The hospital concludes), after keeping the four healthy COs immobilized for six to seven weeks, that losses of nitrogen and calcium resulted. Later tests with the elcc- tric-inotor-driveii bed showed smaller losses. The hospital's findings have been submitted to the American Society for Clinical Investigation. Just an A-l Oi SANTA MCNICA Irina Hickcox, pro *•' oirl , Eanta Monica High School girl,, have a record of straight A's in I Laundries of the United Slates A. Cal. (U.P.)—jsays siio likes to study, when siie | every subject sue Jmcl hnd in high'did a record-breaking 1034,000,000 I'clty 17-year-olU. graduates next montn, she willUcliool. business during 1043, Four px-offleer*, all nifiiihers of Hie Texas 3Cth Division Association, npiwnrcd before the Senate MililnVy Affairs Committee io prolcM the nomination of LI: General Mark Clark to (he permanent rank of Major General. The [iroup aruncd Hint Clark proved himself "unworthy in Ihe positions or Icadc'isliip and command" during the Italian e:im|>aijrn. Seated are committee member.';, Senator Tom Connally. Texas, left, and Senator Elhert Thomas, Utah. Standing, left to right: Col, Carl 1,. I'lilinicy, Dallas, Texas: Col. David M, Fmnler, Houston, Texas; Col. Andrew F. Price, Foi'l Worth. Texas.; and Col. Miller Ainswortli. Luling, Tcxr.s. (NEA Trlephoto.) , Black Market In Bandhas Brings Arrest MIAMI, Fla., June 20. (UP> — A Si.COO.COD black market in bananas that extended from Miami '.o New York*una Chicago was broken here today with the issue or war rants jiBainst live Miami ;jii;n charged with selling bananas at prices ranging to 50 per cent naove ceiling.. The black market ring, which is estimated to "have drained .-ml- lions of dollars from the public m the last year or so," was brnkun by Office of Price Administration if StiiU- nl .\rki\nfitR. nliJ U|i<m Slili'nilli'it In [En: wli'Ctnrs of Hit, for njipriivpl <ir rejection al tiic Ki'iH-ni! clrrllou for H.Mirest'tiU nuil .Scii/iliir*. If. n uiujiirlly ui M'tors vo1 LIIW liicronn, nt such ni. ]ii|il Fiiclj fiiiioniliucnt; in- In'i-miU' li I'llrl of the t'»>' iliu HlillV "ill ' 'Arkaiiiii:' The tests began two and one- agents after more than two months half years ago with Drs. Jolm K. Deitrick and O. Donald Wlicdon working with Dr. Euhraim Shorr. Four willing conscientious, on- jectors were found through Selective Service and were placed in casts similar to those use for a fractured pelvis, except that they were split in half to allow the patients 20 minutes o! freedom daily. At the end of the test period the hospital noted the loss of nitrogen ran as high as one-fourth of tliat of a patient with a fractured leg. Nitrogen- is used in building muscle. The loss in calcium, the bone- Iniilder. was irom one-third to one- half that of a fracture patient. The efficiency of the circulation of the blood was impaired. A year later the oscillating bed was tried with the same routine. Three Cos were used in this test, i with the beds moving eight hours a day for two of" them. For the third, Stanley c. Wright, 21 01 1 Detroit, the bed was kept running on an average of 21 hours a lay. None of the men experienccii any discomfort from the moving bEd, which at one tilt lowered the feet ns much as 24 degrees. A slight shifting of weight and pressure on the heels were noticeable at first, but later the patients were scarcely aware of motion. of undercover operations. The CPA said the Investigations would continue and probably ii,- volvc other banana dealers. The OPA, working in conjunction with assistant U. S. District, Attorney Fled W. Bolts, prepare^ the charges and described Hum TIM comprising an "extremely Important group of cases." Bolts sfrid government investigators had obtained motion pictures, some on color film. : of bann- na black market deals. All of tht: Miami transactions were conducted at the banana docks here wnere small freighters from all over the Caribbean unload their golden car go. Named in the warrants were .<\r- rthuf Schwartz, Harry Kinltssy, Einnmicl Cohen. Irving creiflo, ann Robert Matsa, all of Miami. AliimdriiiMit of l!ie KtBti to mail H9 Ni. I of the Klale ',, Hti™ hiKi'thor wnri slll-M Of lllF |H'«rc • ihlitlon to UK till' JIOVVIT LO IrVJ Hills on Hie .loll:" rt>- <m tlioir rusjiut 1 I, aljiill no knii.v nl lux, uiul M|I, uspil in the ri'^jifo Vlitlic ronil* mi;PIM-||VO ciniiiliM. am Ml.I sti:,l! 1. i Stutti:; currency o In the Chancery C'onrl for the Cliickasawba Itistrict of iMissi.;- Cpuu(y, Arkansas. Eugene Carroll Flalnliil, vn. Mary Cnrroll Defendant. WAIIN1NC OltDFH The defendant, Mary Carroll, is varned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas,' within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plainlilf, F.ugene Carroll. Witness my hand as clerk of said court, and the seal thereof, on this 29th day of May, 1046. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk liv Preldri Bright G. W. Barham. Atty. for Pitt. Ed B. Cook, Atty. ad I.item. 5I30-C'G-J3-20 on alien majority of Blich" roiiTity tiinll ronil titt ft! lliu St:ito «nd county H-IL levy at alien office of Hc-erclary ^Oth >]uy of Mnrrli. !• •<* my fian.l nntl s?n\ of off Ilic- ;r,lh .Iny of tVliriiiry. lit «. (I. Hull. Socrelary of State Armor plate marto Its firs' n"- pcarance In airplanes when pilo* * In World War I sat on iron stove Ilidn. Pollution and damming strraiiis, and fillini; In nlong Atlantic const, hnve 'greatly luccrt river hciTlng. TEOrOSED CONSTITrjTIONAIj AMENDMENT NO SB SUBMITTED BY TIFTY-FIFTH GENEIIAL ASSEMBM iiv: IT IIKSOI.VI:I) nv TIIK SKN.\T?. AXI> HO1JSK (IK HKI'KI'SKMTATIVI'S OP Till-; STATE ()[•• ARKANSAS innjority of nil (I ,• im:ml,,T.» eli ,•!,•,I r.-x-li ntrri.inL: tlirnto: •I'hnl Hi,. fulloM-inj is hereny |inipn ns nn nmrmlnii'nt Io the r.mstitm of the re- Head Courier News Want Ads. lM:tiltnr to women uj All dfuKStol'M. Czech Envoy Ranger's Curiosity Taxes Legal Machine HUOSTON, Tex. <TJ.P.)—After considerable clanking and rattling, the State of Texas' ponderous legal machine came through with decision for Texas Ranger captain H. B. Purvis of Houston. The decision: The middle of the Sabinc river and not iLs west bank is the dividing line between Texas and Louisiana. Tlmt gives lialf the catfish catch to Texas. The state attorney general handed down his opinion after extended research into (1) The Louisiana Purchase, (2) Boundaries set by the Republic of Texas. (3) Descriptions of boundaries when \ Texas became a state, and (4) legislative act on boundaries. The decision was sent on to State Public Er;fety Director Homer Garrison's olfice. It went through two or three baskets there, in the state capital city of Austin, and finally was passed down to Capt. Purvis here. Why did the Ranger bring the question?" ho was asked. "Oh," replied Capt. Purvis, Tvas curious." V Let Your Shoats Make Hogs of Themselves up "I : Dr. Juraj Slavik, nbovc, i . new Chechoslovakian ambassa- ' dor to Ihe United States. Dr • SKivik, \vho has held important 1 g o v c v n in c n t a 1 posts .sincv Czechoslovakia become a nalitin in 1818, is no stranger In Aincr- ica. having made ;i c<'od\\ill tour of this country in 1030. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sales Studebakcr Service WE BUY AND SELL GOOD USED CARS Les ChamWin Bill Chamblin Phoi»* 2195 Railroad & Ash Sts, COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE IN ONE AGENCY AT Lower Cost United Insurance Agency A. F. Dietrich, Manager Hytherille'g Only Exclusive Direct Writing Agency of. Leading Companies W«t Maia St. Phone 510 INTERNATIONAL SWEET MAK-MEAT HOG FEED Select only good stock. Feed is scarce and should be used wisely. Feed Sweet Mak-Meat Hog Feed. You shorten the feeding period when you feed for fast growth. Produce profitable pork with Sweet Mak-Meat Hog Feed. 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