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14 The News-Review, Roseburg, Ore Fr!., Nov. 11, 1949
Russian On Trial Pretends No Knowledge Of English
NEW YORK, Nov. 10 UP)
Start of the trial of Judith Coplon
and Russian Engineer Valentine
A. Gubitchev was delayed Wed
nesday while a federal Judge
tried to determine whether the
Russian understands English.
Judge William Bondy called In
an interpreter when Gubitchev,
' who spoke English fluently In
previous court appearances, an
swered all his questions in Rus
lan. Through the Interpreter, Gubit
chev, a U. N. employee, declined
to say whether he was ready for
trial, maintaining the court has
no jurisdiction over him because
he has diplomatic Immunity.
Miss Coplon, already under 40
months to 10 years sentence for
stealing confidential FBI papers
with the intention of passing
them to soviet agents, sat Im
passively In the courtroom. She
is free in $20,000 bait pending ap
peal. Layer a casserole alternately
with cooked broad noodles and
cooked flaked fish; moisten with
diluted condensed tomato soup,
top with buttered crumbs, and
bake in a moderate oven until
the topping is lightly browned.
HOME TOWN NEWS
Armistice Day ffi
K f Friday, November 11 u 1
Declare an Armistice against inadequate fuel . . . order
firewood and sawdust from the ROSEBURG LUMBER CO.
To Cut Trees For
SALEM, Ore. (Special)
Christmas Is still many days a
way, but already the Christmas
tree cutters are combing the Ore
gon woods for likely holiday
greens. However, according to
George Spaur, the acting state
forester, any Christmas trees
harvested for commercial ' pur
poses must be cut under fne pro
visions of the Oregon conserva
tion act and a permit secured
prior to cutting. Spaur stated
that permits can be secured from
the forestry department in Salem
or from the nearest State Fores
ters within the various districts
throughout the state. The fores
ter also stated that tne landown
er's permission must be secur
ed and his name and address in
cluded on the application filed
by the Christmas tree operator.
The Oregon act requires that
forest lands be kept In a pro
ductive and growing state after
the removal of timber or other
forest crops. Under these pro
visions, the commercial Christ
mas tree operator is required to
leave not less than 300 trees per
acre, with 100 well distributed.
Old mature seed trees may also
serve as a seed source where
they exist on Christmas tree cut
ting areas. By leaving, establish
ed young growth or seed source,
continued forest production on
the area is Insured. All forest
lands come within these require
ments except land's which are be
ing cleared for agricultural pur
poses. Exemption Provided
Mr. John Citizen, who wants
to take his family out on the
weekend and cut his own Christ
mas tree, is not required to ob
tain a permit. He must, however,
first obtain the landowner's per
mission before cutting his tree.
The forester was emphatic,
howeverr, that he was not op
posed to Old St. Nick and the
Christmas tree harvest. "It Is a
custom long established, and
nothing should be done to inter
fere with It" said Spaur, "How
ever, there are certain require
ments which must be met if Ore
gon's forests are to be kept in a
productive condition. The conser
vation act sets out these require
ments, and if followed, the har
vest of the trees can be in the
nature of a beneficial thinning."
Application forms and permits
may be obtained at state fores
try headquarters at Coos Bay,
La Grande. The Dalles. Klamath
Falls, Kedford, Toledo, Forest
Grove, Roseburg, Sweet Home,
Molalla, Dallas, Springfield, Ve
neta, and Salem.
Suicide Prevented By
Long Distance Phone Call
HOUSTON, Tex., N ov. 10.
UP) A long distance telephone
call from Louisville, Ky., was
credited with preventing a 33-
vear-old divorcee irom commit
in? suicide here today.
Homicide Detective S. G. Farrls
said a man called him at 3:40 a.
m. from Louisville and said his
divorced wife had phoned from
Houston and said: I m Just can
ine to say goodbye."
Police had trouble locating the
woman but finally did so by tele
phone. As Farrls talked to her,
other police sped to her apart
ment. The apartment was filled with
gas and four gas burners were
open, officers said.
The woman was taken to Do-
lice headquarters where she was
released to ner attorney.
U.S. Plans To
Data From Reds
WASHINGTON, Nov. 10-P)
The Commerce department an
nounced a "voluntary" plan to
day to keep important, though
non secret, American technical
Information from going out to
Russia and her satellites.
While iron curtain eountries
were not mentioned in the an
nouncement the aim was obvi-
Blind Girl (With Dog) Wins Roses For Car In Traffic
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Nov. 10
UP) Blind Louise Pickens won
a dozen roses from the Police
department Wednesday for being
one of Montgomery's most care-
Under the plan, persons or
firms thinking of exporting "ad
vanced technical data which may
be important to national secur
ity" are asked to -hold off until
they get an "official opinion"
from the department on the de
sirability of transmitting the
Simultaneously, the depart
ment slapped another 60 classes
of "highly strategic" goods un
der rigid export license control
to prevent reshipment from ori
ginal destinations to the Soviet
Russia and her satellites have
been banned since March, 1948,
from getting direct from the U.
S. industrial goods which might
add to their war potential.
The government is now seek
ing to block chances of such
goods getting to the iron curtain
sector in a roundabout way by
re-shipments grom such spots as
Communist China, other Asiatic
points, or Latin America.
It was part of a traffic safety
campaign during which flowers
are awarded daily to pedestrians
who obey traffic regulations.
Said patrolman Roland L. Ban
ville in handing the roses to Miss
"Every day I see people with
better eyesight than I've got and
they don't pay any attention to '
The blind candy shop operator i
modestly gave her seeing-eye
dog, "Lady," credit lor the citation.
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