The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 28, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 28, 1950
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TUESDAY, FEBRUAY 28, 1950 BLYTHEVILUE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE F1VK Sander Treated Patient As Mother Borroto Says MANCHESTER, N. H., Feb. 28. (/pi_The husband of Mrs. Abbie i Borroto said today his dying wife whs treated like a mother by Dr. Jlermann N. Sander. The 41-year-old Dr. Sander is m trial on a first degree, murder rge—accused of ending the wo- mans cancertortured life with an air Injection into her veins. Reglnold Borroto, the 65-year old husband, testified as to his wife's last illness: "If Mrs. Borroto had been Dr. Sander's mother or sister he couldn't have done more to minister to her." Borroto, a retired oil salesman, said Dr. Sander came often to his home during the last months of his wife's life. aorroto added that the doctor appeared voluntarily, bringing such gifts to the ailing woman as a canary, complete with cage, and other little offerings to take her mind off her misery. Sander Called at All Hours Dr. Sander called at all hours of the day, Borroto said, and sometimes as late as 10 o'clock at night. Under cross-examination, Borroto said: "On various occasions, Dr. Sander appeared very tired. In fact, on one occasion I told him he was a fool spending .so much time working on committees outside of his office hours." ' On taking the stand, Borroto was Obituaries Jackson Infant Dies Funeral services for Gary Wayne Jackson of Manila, were conducted at 1 p.m. today at the Holt Funeral Home Chapel by the R«v. Mr. alrk. The child died yesterday afternoon at the Ration clinic in Manila, where he had been a p<tient for the past three days. The parents and a brother, Billy, Don. survive him. 'Burial will be in the Memorial rk Cemetery in Blytheville. asked by Plilnncy: "Was Mrs. Borroto a woman of determination?" Later, Borroto testified "if he (Dr. Sander) was my own brotlfer L couldn't feel more kindly toward ^^•he dead woman's husband made this comment after defense lawyer Ralph Ltmgdell asked whether he was friendly with the accused doctor ami whether he had been to the Sander home for dinner. Doctor Suggested Hospital Telling the story of his wife 1 illness, Borroto said Dr. Sande thought it best she go to the hospital. On the night of Dec. 3—the night before Mrs. Borroto died—her husband said Dr. Sander telephoned him and said he did not expect her to live through the night. Borroto said the doctor told him she had lost the power of speech— 'Y' to Show Film 'Symphony Hall' "Symphony Han," a film featur- ng eight groups of musical artists ill be shown in • Blytheville at p m. tomorrow at the "Y" rooms n the City Hall. The film, shown to sitmulate in- erest in good music and to give Blytheville youth free entertainment, is a nesv project^ of the "Y 1 * directors, and is being conducted under the leadership of J. Wilson lenry. To be seen in the film will be Vera Appleton and Michael Field, duo pianist; Mildred Dilling. harpist; Metropolitan String Quartette: .lose Iturbi, pianist; Igor Gorln. baritone; Myra Hess, pianist; Ye- hudi Menuhin, violinist; and the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra of Italy, conducted by Fernando Prev- itali. The films are being rented from Eastin Pictures at Davenport. la., and if successful will probably be used at some length in the "Y" program. J. p. Qarrott, supervisor said today. AMERICAN TREAT—Enjoying their first ice cream cone on their arrival in Akron, O., from China are Wing Chee, 8, arid his mother, Wong Shee Lee, 54. For the first time, Wing Chee met his father, Akron iaundryman Kin You Lee, who left China 10 years ago. Youth Held Here For Theft of $55 A 19-year-old Blytheville youth being held in the county jail her for St. Francois County, Mo., au thortties on a charge of burglary Sheriff William Berrynian said this morning. The youth, James Becker, was ar rested at the home of relatives nea Half Moon last night. He is alleged bo have entered a school at Farmington. Mo., earlier this month and escaped with approximately $55, the sheriff said. Sheriff Berryman said the youth has signed a waiver of extradition and will be returned to Farmington to face the charge. .; ' He was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Charles Short and State Troopers Don Walker and Clyde Barker, Missco Heart FundCampaign To Be Extended Dr. L. D. Massey, director for the und campaign for the American Heart Association In Mississippi County, said today that the campaign was to be extended for sev- ral weeks. The drive for funds was scheduled o close today, but a .slow response in Mississippi County shows less than one third of the $3.300 quota col- ected. Dr. Massey said. The campaign has collected about 1920 , in South Mississippi County, DUt Dr. Massey said that by early :oday he still had received only $15 front North Mississippi County. Contributions can be sent to Dr. Massey or to representatives of the Lions, Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs, and the Junior Chamber of Commerce who are cooperating with the JAYCEES Continued from Tage 1 men for this event. The project is scheduled to be staged in late March or early April. It will include renovatla/i of a house and a -paint blitz," which is to be a speed contest to see how fast a crew of men can paint a house. Mr. Whlsenhunt named the following committee chairmen: Larry Kneas. finance: r iii v !ard Faught, pictures; Dick Mills, publicity and advertising; A. S. Har- drive in North Mississippi County. RECORDED 'UNUSUAL TREAT- MEM" — Miss Josephine Connor, records keeper at the Hillsborough County Hospital, in court at Manchester, N. H., as she waited'to testify for the state in the "mercy' killing" trial of Dr. Hermann N. Sander. The prosecution said that Miss Connor had noted In the records the "unusual treatment" ol a cancer . patient - by Dr. Sar.der and had called the attention of the hospital authorities. (AP Wire- photo) ^EVERYTHING I ATE DISAGREED WITH m UNTIL I found I was suffering from nutritional deficiencies! "that she could whisper but I couldn't understand her." "I sat at her bedside and held her hand," Borroto said. Borroto said his 19-year-old dau- gh ter, EHsc, stayed wi th f r iend s that night "because I "didn't want her to be alone." "After you learned of your wife's death did you return to the hospital?" Langdell asked J, ( -. "No sir," he replied.'* "-f \. Q. On_Dec. 2D when Dr. Sander was arrested were you in Manchester? A. Yes, I was. When Borroto left the witness stand he looked in Dr. Sander's direction as he walked from the courtroom. ; Beebe College President Quits BEEBE, Ark., Feb. 28 (&)-- Trustees of the Becbe Junior Agricultural College accepted the resignation of A. Loyd Collins as president last night. But the trustees and Collins didn't even agree about the resignation. The trustees said they- asked for the resignation. Collins later sairi he wasn't asked to resign but did so voluntarily. The trustees issued a statement criticizing Collins' administration. "Self-advertising, inefficiency ami lack of oo-operation" were some of the milder terms used in describing his tenture. Collins said he had done "nothing to be ashamed of,' and had "always acted in good faith." Dean Boyd W. Johnson was named to succeed Collins as president. rison, speakers; L. G. Thompson, Jr.. kick-off luncheon; T J. Bailey. "Cleanest Town" contest; J. T. Sudbury, parade; Dr. Charles Craig, health; Bob Warren, safety; James Gardner, schools; Bill Carter, theaters; Baylor Abernathy, streets and alley; Vance Henderson, city entrances; Robert Lirj.i- comb. PTA's; William Wyatt, churches; Al Chaffin, vacant lots; Wade Lee, commercial and industrial property; Herb childs, poster and essay contests; I. R. Coleman. neighborhood improvements; Billy Boone, fire prevention: Bryce Layson, landscaping and planning; Dick White, government and public property; Tom Taylor, repairs and loans; H. L. Halsell. business and employment; Jimmie Sandcis. "eyesore" removal; Jack Rawlings, stunts; T P. (Docl Dean, awards. A meeting or these committee chairmen is scheduled for 7:30 p. m. Friday at the Jaycce Clubhouse. Red Cross Drive Ready to Begin Campaign for 1950 Quota of $15,000 To Start Tomorrow The 1950 fund campaign for the Chicknsawba District Chapter of the American Red Cross will begin in Blythcvllle and about 30 outlying communities tomorrow. The chapter 1ms set up a quota of $15.000 for work In 1950, nmi begun the work toward subscribing the quota about a week ago with a campaign for Initial gifts. Already more than $4.000 has been cnnlrlbuted and it was hoped that $5,000 would be collected thro\]Rh the initial gifts phase ol the campaign. Yesterday $3,731 had been raised and a S555 report was received Irom Team Two, headed by Jimmle Edwards, and an additional $50 reporl from the team headed by G. G. Hubbard, Jr. Tills brought the total to $4.337. The Rev. E. H. Hall, campaign director at Dell said that teams for solicitation there were beinp namec from the Knvanls Club. The club is s^nsorlng the drive there to rc--ch $600. The workers are to include Charles Armstrong, G. A. Smith ant B. Crawford, who \vlll sollci West of Main Street; O. B. Hunni cult, John Stevens, Jr., and D. D Flippln East of Main Street: A. E Caldwell .school solicitation; fh Rev. M. R. Griffin, the Rev. Mr Hall and Mr. Caldwell, south Uli-h way" 18; and A. B. Smith the Rev Mr. Hall will solicit the coopera tion of veterans classes. The campaign is being directed b B. G. West, with O. E. Knurtsen an R. A. Porter in charge of the Ely theville campaign; and .1. L. Gun and J. L- Nash in charge of th campaigns In outlying districts. LUXORA NEWS By Mrs G C DrlTei Schoolmasters Group Sets Up Elementary School Council An elementary council to work | an Interview between teacher and F -'^MMMsf^SM^M COLD WELCOME—New York City gives o cold reception to little Andrzes Wojtkowski, 18- monlh-old displaced person who arrived from Europe on the SS General Mcftae. Andrzes looks as if he would be happy to trade the ship's ice and shish for the \vaimer climalc of his destination, Gallalin, Term. n conjunction with the Northeast Arkansas Schoolmasters' Assocl.i- ion was organt/ccl last nlRht at a netting In Joncshoro. The council Is the first of Us type o be orijnniwd in Arkansas as a •esult ol a conference on elomcn- ary s'hool problems lust June. It s planned that such councils will be organized in each district of the stnlo during the next few months. Fred Bnyd, an elementary teacher at Dell who was elected secretary- trMsiirer of the group last nlRht, snirt the purpose of the council is to give elementary (onrhcrs n chance to get together and discuss problems, 'to profit hy the experiences of others and learn better teaching techniques. Mr. Boyrt will serve with Mrs Lillian Barton of Jonesboro, who wns named president, and Mrs Cora Scott of I'araeould, nnmcc vice-president. A representative from each conn' fy In Ihi? council will comprise, the council membership. The organization of the councl followed a dinner meeting of th Northeast Arkansas Schoolmasters' Association at the Anne Camp Junior Ktnh Erliool nt Jonesboro. Tlie program lust uhsht fentiirerl larentE, with a discussion to how he relations between the' two could improved. Those attending from Blytheville ncluded Earl B. Nail, principal of Junior High School; W. D. Tommey, irlncipa) of Senior High Schlol; W. D. Nicholson, superintendent ol llythevllle schools; and John ilaycs, county school supervisor. A. E. Caldwell and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd •Htended from Del], Forth Smith Strikers 1| Returning to Work FORT SMIH. Ark., Feb. 2S. (AP) —Some 40 striking employes of the. Rush Manufacturing Company here were scheduled to return to work today. But, a spokesman said, the union Is not withdrawing unfair labor charges against the company filed with the National Labor Relations Board, he company also has filed charpes against the union alleging the strike was called because some employes had not Joined the union or belonged to another union. Read Courier News Classified Arts Parole H3e!d m Jac! Here Sheriff William Berrymnn sntd his morning that two men are bong held En the county jail here /or Michigan authorities on charges of. parole violations. \ The two men are James Hugh- : art and George Pollard. They were • arrested at Lost Cane recently on charges of disturbing Lhc pence. Sheriff Berryman stated that it was not lenrned how much ttmc the* two men had loft Lo serve on their sentences when they were paroled or what they were sentenced for. Michigan authorities, he said, have verified that the men were wanted for pnrole violations and that procedures for the return of the men to Michigan have been started. Carolyn Jean Smith, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith Luxora, \vas honored on her clgh birthday Sunday \ylth a party at h home. Twenty-four guests spent the afternoon in games and Informal entertainment. After ii hoi clay at liomo Whcu all you can d6 is moan T.nnd up the family as they are Come out and enjoy movies under the stars Watch for Details for All! 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