The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLK, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Sander Given Medical License ' County Society Now Blocks His Return ' To Active Practice V CANDIA, N. K., June Dr. Herman N. Sander today hid his medical license back again— but itill another hurdle blocked his p*th to full practice. ; The New Hampshire Board of Registration in Afedictne restored yesterday the license it suspended last, April 19, more than » month after the 41-year-old physician was acquired of murder in the death of Mrs. Abbie Borroto, 59, » cancer patient. County Mrdkal Group ;: However, he must regain membership In the Hillsboro County Medical Society — which dropped him when his license was revoked by the state body—before he can use (he facilities of at least two hospitals. '. Dr. Sander said he : would ; open his Manchester office next Wednesday, adding that he would have to limit his practice to minor allment,s and minor surgery which could be performed in his office. . tHe said he would refer any patient needing hospltallzation • to another physician until his membership in the county society is cleared up. • , No Comment , : The bespectacled physician added he prefcred not to comment on his status with the county group until his attorneys had advised him'on the matter. ; Officials of the Elliot Hospital and the Hillsboro County Hospital said Dr. Sander would have to be reinstated in the county medical society before he could again enjoy IX N-X THif ttil BIKINI MAKES THREE-Ad- dftion of an uHr.i-short skirt makes the ultra-brie! "Bikini" bathing suit worn by Hollywood model Pat Hall into a three- piece outfit—and none of Pat's charm f s lost in the nroces. 1 !. Shop And Save Every Day At Heinemann's the privileges of these Institutions. Two Manchester Catholic hospitals which revoked his courtesy rights "forever" gave rio indications that the rcstoratiop of his license would change that sUUus. 'NO GERMS HERE—Having passed through a shower Kid «ub- . iwreioo in antiseptic germicide jolution,' a worker at the umvtrslty txcterioloey lab, Notre Dame, Ind., is ready to KO to work caring tor ,th* residents of the germ-free animal colony. Elaborate precaution t «rt taken at the new IX>BUND laboratory to keep the animals com- pletelj germ-free, (or use in medical research. July 4th. Specials! BATHING SUITS Regular 3.98 And 4.98 Values HOUSE DRESSES Regular 2.79 And 2.98 Values JUST ARRIVED! New Fall Coats, Including Zip- Out Lining, Sport and Fur Trim. Priced from $1998 fo $ 58 oo New Styles and Colors $1 Will Hold Any Coat Until Nov. 15 Make Your Selection Now! LADIES SANDALS Zombie and Allegro Styles Sizes 4-9 Reg. 1.99 $100 Boys Sport SHIRTS Cool Short Sleeves Stripes & Figured Patterns 4.18 — Reg. 1.69 $144 Men's Basque SHIRTS Knitted Cotton & Rayon Bright Colors Bright Colors S-M-L Reg. 1.59 $119 Men's Striped T-SHIRTS S-M-L Combed Cotton Reg. 1.59 LADIES CREPE SLIPS Beautiful Multi Colors Size 34-42 2.98 Values $197 Attention Men! Here is your opportunity to buy all the cool, Summer pants you need at a price! Lightweight Rayons & Gabardines'*. •„„• Size 28-40 Reg. 5.95 Values m /^tnGv*?*^*- ( SUCK PURCHASE 2 FOR Vll SPECIAL PURCHASE! Childrens' Cotton Training Pants Size 2 Only 19c Values Pair Reg. 1.98 PLAY SUITS 2-Pc. Styles Sizes 12-18 Now Only LADIES SHORTS Cotton Whipcord Striped Chambray All Colors 1.98 Values Sizes 10-18 SUN BACK DRESSES Solid and Printed Patterns Sizes 12-20 $|98 Misses Shorts & Halter Sets Printed Pastels Sizes 4-12 $198 MEN'S SPOUT SHIRTS Values to 2.95 Sma If -Medium-Large Whites & Colors Coof, Ventilated Weaye $198 Use Our Easy Lay-Away Plan! Only A Small Deposit Is Required Jfanwanm •IBiv nt B | • *•• A • Blytherille, Arkansas

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