The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 6, 1945 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 6, 1945
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Court Upholds Death Sentence Kidnaper Must Die For Crime In 1934, Tribunal Decides WASHINGTON, Mar. 0 (UP)- Tbe Supreme Coml handed down several decisions yesterday. The court upheld the death sen- lentr Imposed on Thomas Henry Koblnson Jr., For the 1934 kidnap, m? of society matron Mrs. Alice Sliced Stoll. An,) (he court ni?o reinstated null-trust convictions a- gninst seven nationally known whiskey distillers and some 700 Colorado liquor dealers. They had been convicted and fined for setting ii» non-competitive prices on whisky Jhmnr-tl into Colorado. The Supreme Court lias agreed to review another ami-trust case This case Involves livo alkali export as- Fociiilloiis and 13 member chemical firms which arc. charged with cartel aBrcements with Belgian, Gorman mid British firms. 'Die Supreme Court has affirmed a lower court decision involving .1 l)atei,t of the Dow Chemical company of Michigan. The lower court "Hen that the 1932 tcnl J™J covers an acidizing process, h In\ iulu, Later the court agreed to review h «T"i a " 11 • Ii ' Cd by a Minnesota hospital against a North Dakota law restricting farming bv co ,. 0 . orations. The hospital charges that Laney Vetoes Fleeman Bill For Davis Park LITTLE ROCK, Mar. 0. (UP)— Action of Governor Lancy in veto- in? a House and Senate-passed bill appropriating $1500 to improve the Herman Davis Memorial Park at Manila. Ark., lias brought a storm oi protest from the Hou<c membership, Davis was Arkansas' No. One hero of (he First World War and ranked fourth in th c 100 heroes picket! nt (he end of the last war Representative E. c. Fleeman of Manila led the protest, which was supported by veterans of the current war as well us veterans of the First World War. Fleeman, author of the vetoed measure, said: "Governor Laney is off to a bad start in his re-election campaign of 1946 by vetoing this bill." And he added: "This.veto no doubt will cost him thc support of World Wai- Two veterans in Northeast Arkansas, despite the fact that thc governor served in the Navy during the last world war." A Senate-passed bill requiring the state to pay for right-of-ways on all new state highways has been killed by a filibuster. TJie measure was killed when Representative Floyit Wiggins of Cross comity talked against the measure until thc morning hour came to an end. Wiggins, during his filibuster, said he was taking Hie floor for the first time without "being hamstrung." =£= < »' Corps.) Temperatures Atlanta 79 Augusta 57 Birmingham 30 Charloslon (54 Charlotte 50 Chattanooga ....74 Chicago 60 Cincinnati (;4 Denver , 15 Detroit ].'.'".' 53 Jacksonville 37 Tallahassee .. -83 KFins'ns City J. :.'/;•.. X ';'<• 55 i Macon,;., i ..,./.......•..;. .-31' '' Memphis .. .'..".'...*. .'.:'; % '• Miami ; IK Montgomery gg New Orleans ' 82 New York « San Antonio ..." 35 Savannah 82 Tampa .....!!.'.' 84 Washington .. 49 Dallas '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 75 Houston .....'79 Jackson 84 Little Rock '..'..'.".'. 76 Shrcvoport 81 Jfore iffital flrervms accidents occur in the month of November than in 3113- other month of the year. Missouri Child Is'Pinup Girl' Of Coast Guard Gall PajjotGlfeoSv four-year-old daughter of Coast Guardsman Frank Glisson and Mrs. Glisson of Senath, Mo., who formerly lived in Blytheville, has been voted PiuUp Bir| (Miss Pamblico) of the Coast Guard Cutler O. s. S. Pamblico, stationed at New Bern, N. C. Mrs. Glisson, the former Miss Grace McFarland of Blytheville. I and Gail Page returned .recently rom Np,.v rjprn where they visited jcoast, Kiiardsmra ~ 1 ^ StiiFFiy.srvffy O/STRtSSOF Instantly relief from distress of head colds starts to come the moment you put, a little Va-tro-no! up each nostril. It soothes irritation reduces swelling, relieves congestion. Also helps prevent many colds from developing it used in time. Works fine! i Followdlrecttonsinfoldcr Navy Medicos At Guam Pave Road To Japan «y i:iMV,U(l> I,. THOMAS milled l-,. ( , ss \\Mr CoiTCsiioiitlonl tilMM.--Amrrlnin si'lcliiH.s arc Within (heir own IIUlo war an Dili wand. Their prlmiiry objective is lo «'<• tlint dlscn.-ie is I'l-mllculi'tt "s a Japanese ally, but Ihry are i w) Balheitnit valuable first-hum! <»>ia Iliat will ntne toward iniiMng I"' 1 ixistivur world n hoiilthler oni' f' : H't. 'I'. M. Divert or Foic-sl ,i . 'If;, v '- "'"" ls "" lt>:u '" "'""> "us ••ivlllun post us <Uivrtor o! Die kcfi.lte, In N,. W York. tiled here wilh a .stuff of •!•! iH'i-s mid 'jar, milled i,,i>ii on •;»> 12. He Is nliviuly set, u,, | u a J.J-IUTO JmiRlc nunp (hat w lll be jus advance hwidcmurlers for l)ii> Pacific- Medical Hesenivh unit, ' li> :> fe«- jltorl weeks Nnvv Sea- bcc's and doctors deiiiwi I IIP JMitlerbnish from the ffi-acro plot w-livec-n («•„ fk.| ( | hospitals and ui'snu conslriictlnii of more than CO steel bullilinBs. These will house Hie rahmtilo scientific equipment tlial will not only be used lo .sludy ulscn«c-.s ulreiuly cneonnlered oh l"i' roiid to Japan but also will Ui- prepared to (uku quick noiiiilw- ncllon ngnlnst new dlswes Ihiu iiiecllcal mc'ti expect to fln,| as our JOITOK move northward toward (lie Japanese homeland nwl China. Ailm. Mdnfhv Sniiclit nesi Tlie Iden wns foslered by Vice Adm. iioss T. Mclntlre, U8N I'l-fldeiu Roosevelt's |>ersonnl physician aii ( i chief of the liurcmi of Medicine and Surgery of the Navy "We were ilttlitlnr; (In- war with Hie. besl equipment niul materiel mid Ailm. Mcliillre decided we should, nlso fl^lil dlsciise with the latest weapons," explained Cnpt. Illvcrs. "The c-xiierlt'iicc out hero in the p.ielfio hus been Ihul dls- onse pnls men out »f ne.llon unlcker thmi bullets. And you can't riant a war with Mck KOldlers." The- project Is financed by the Navy . with n supplementary fmicl of $'25,000 donated by (lie Norto- feller Funndallon. I'monnel in- dcides some of the ( doi'tins in the United States. T:\rpniilln - covered crntcs and boxes ore scuKcroil over the temporary enciimpiiH-nf, r.oniiihilnr fame 5.000 ncparatc |)leces of equipment for the milt. Cupt. lilvers snlcl he e.\pi-cls ID complete HIB projoel sometime in Mnreh imt moiinwhllH h'n and his shifl ure WorkliiB In temporary f|ii.'iiler.-i. Kcvci'Hl grouiis under c;iip|., IJIvers' illreetlon iue InvestIjjidlint diseases such as mnlnrla mid sonib lyplnis In (he Honlh Piu-lttr. now rtnolher group is studying melliods oi s|)raylng Inscctlc-lclM from «|r- plivncs and "wo still have n lot lo Irani ntiout this," said o-n>l liivers. Invasion Vnlls Trained The doctors here arc not itoliig lo do nil their work In laboratories miles behind the front lines, aev- i-iii| mobile units are (mlnlnc ( 0 Innd with iissntilt t,'roii|is. A disease known us Schlstomla- sls Is'JIvliiK the sclentlsU plenty of worry lit. the moment, our farces hnven't encountere,! It yet but It's a dead cinch Ihpy will clilimlly. If (hey K o to l-'omKBn 1 lnii or Southern Japan, accord- Iiuj.lo Cnpt. lilvers. The Schklomlii.slH gcrin breeds In snails and rlco pnddles and If n Inumin betii|{ so much us washes Ills linmb In water polluted by thli jjcnn he's aliuast certain to become iHfcetwl, cnpt. Klvcrs explained, "The iserin settles In tho liver mid tho Intestines and persons In- fociril Illernlly Weed lo death In anile cases." Hut w h 11 e concentrating on iiKhiijiif tilseiiscs that might hold lip tho progress of tho war. Capl. livers mitl his stuff nlso nre filudy- liiK dlsensi-.s prevnlcnt on (his isl- «i>d Mich us luberculosls, mnoeblc dysentery, hdokworm and dengue fei-cr, tliut If MiiTfMfiilly countered Kill make Hie. tropics a more lenlthler plan- to live In than they hnir over IJCPII In the pust. Hah To Bo In Charge Of Veterans' 0///ce AiTnnfjcmc-nts iiiive | )( <eii j'nnrto I)) 1 the Amerlc.-in l.etjloir. post at Ostwln for n local heudqiiarteis Imiklni; atlcr (he Interest.') of returned vetenms nuclei 1 (ho "O-I lilll.'" W. I', llnl,- will b<- li, charge O f tho hi-i«li|urirlei:, with offices In thi! In Osccola. PAGE THREE CamderT Workers"' Observing Own ,};,, Cur few Rules' ""' CAMDEN, Ark, Mnr' 6 (UP)-,-!, While! the rest of the nation'is-^ miking aljout (lie tcccntly-toipcseci * midnight cut row, construction ~~workers at the WE naval ordnance pjnnt nt C'oindeii have" begun' observing their own curfew. Thc curfew lor dny time work- era living in hutments on the->" Jilant grounds Is 9 o'clock at night And protection specialists keep a- • continual patrol throughout • the'""' nrcn lo keep "down noises thai'., might dlMnrb dny slce'|>ers who — work on the night drifts. Caindeii' city officials , say. t|, at the curfew rule-has put ucores ' of '..«• profosslonnl gamblers oufc mfi busl-1 • ness, while n largo • nurftbcr' of ••''" lieer parlors anil "honky-tonks"' •.: tnal Imd spring up along tho ... highway near (he plant' have- i closed up hecousc of Inck of •busl-""'. 1 ness. . • * ;.., Crawford Service Station S, Division & City Limits — Phone ^21 V/e Call For and Deliver Cars! 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Added years may not subtract from your pleasures when you use Tromonc, the new medical formula combining vitamins and hormones. Follow directions on label Tromone for sale by Robinson Drug' Co. and druggists everywhere. _ America's largest airline, American Airlines, Inc., relies on Sinclair ennsylvania Motor Oil exclwfody to lubricate its great fleet of Flagsh lp s. Give your car the same protection given costly airplane motors. Ask your Sinclair Dealer for Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil. t lasts so long it saves you money-gives your car safer, quieter B. J. ALLEN IT'S, ALL IN THE WAY YOU LOOK AT IT! PiouZMS ~ Af«f ^ , 'Ark. (Th« linn aboY« may IwV liU t mjillc lill IMi piiijs lo Ih. poiilion itx>*n, >ou «B tjidy itad (our familiar wordi.) MAYHB you won't thank vis for reminding you of the JI C of L. Unlit doesn't seem, nearly io high when, you look at it in Hie light of your elixtric bill! Almost alone among household necessities, thc price of electricity fins not spiralcd upward with war. In fact official government figures* show that the average pried of electricity has actually dropped 3.2% since 1950! Thai's especially good news now, but it continues a Jong-lime Ircnd. Electric prices have been coming down so sleadily thai ,l, e average American family gets about twice as muck electricity for iti money today as it did 15 1/Cttfft 0(10, ' • " "" " -"H1VWIHH If >-our bill is no smaller, It's because you're using • Bur*an tf laltof Slalitliet, DOK'T .WASTE ElECTRICITr JUJT KCAUII IT'I CHEAf AND 1SHT RATIONED I' .T--> Iqa;- more clcefrifify to do more jobs than you did then. But llic saving is there. Jt has been accomplished by America's light and power companies in spile of rising costs and taxes-ori to P of tremendous war demands for electric service that were met without delay, shortage or rationing. It wns done by efficiency and experience and sound l«»;nm maungen.cnt-by the same American enterprise which built our nation and on which its future depends.

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