The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1947 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, SUPTEMDEU 10, 19-17 BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Heiress to Testify In Murder Trial Girl and Her Lover To Deny Allegation Are Murderers Safe and Sound They SANTA ANA, Cal., Split. 16, <UP) —Heiress Bctilah Louise Overell, 18. will testify this afternoon and will deny that she and her sweetheart killed her parents aboard their yacht, her attorney, Otto Jacobs said. She will he followed as n witness by her fiance, George (Bud) Golluin, 21. They are jolntl ycharfic.: with fatally clubblnit her parents, Financier and Mrs. Walter E. Overell. then dynamiting the Overell yacht, Mjiry K, March 15. "t have nothing to be afraid of.' Miss Ovcrell sain with n siiriiR 01" her shoulders. Asked who would testify first, she said: "1 will, of course." - I3efen.sc testimony is expected to end (his week. Before the college sweethearts testify, their attorneys are expected to -attempt again to introduce evidence regarding the financial status of Overell. The de- fe^At has hinted tint financial lasses may have caused him to set off the Mast. ! A Naval explosives expert tesl i- fied this morning that splinters from tiie boat's floor could not have been projected into Overcll's body. Tiv: expert said the explosion \vouUl have forced the splinters downward. The state contended Overall's body was pepiM-rcd with .splinters from the floor of the forward cabin, while. dcfciiKp witnesses sought to prove lhal Overell was killed by the explosion while standing in the .engine room. Ratified Pacts With Italians -tied in France Communists in Italy Shout "Death to Truman" HOME, Sept. 16. (UP)—"Death to Truman!" 100.000 Italian Communists shouted as their leader, Palmiro Togliatti. told them the United States was trying to start a new SAFE SAVINGS Ernrst "Chappei" uaviBiiun, ~j. l-2-yeurs-old, is u bit lircd ana IniiiKrj alter an all-night slay In the woods. His over-Joyed parents let then pent, up emotions bunt forth when c.iiippei wns returned lo them. Ove BOO scouts and soldiers scare-hod the. woods near llolyoke. Mnr,s., to line i the lost l)oy. iNEA TclcphuK..) war uiul HUSMII was ihe country I « / that could offer them the most. \lfQfl S Togliatti. who was tutored by the ' Russian Communists for 15 years in] JJ f^ * 'I Moscow, spoke yestcrdiiy at Floi-. jBCrflS tL/i/lS/UG cncc and Monza. A v.-eek ago. he had threatened to use "30,000 well- /^.X,^.,/,—„«».___ trained partisans" lo overthrow J ft tCf T Gf CflCG Premier Alcide cie Gitsperi's government, which excluded Communists TKHR\N Inn ^n\ ir mm S: U tTem 0tll "" ; " !>1)e " 1Cl! (U S1U 1 I"I-™d\^t^ Se b'eiie™d 1 "oa.r " J Hint the Iranian parliament, migli Toghatti denied that the Com- prove stubborn about rnliIyin K pro iniscd oil concession.", to Kiissi; after Premlei- Ahmed Ghiivam's warning that he would not sta: ( for outside interference in irons internal affairs. Ghavam did not mention the name of any comury when lie ap- pc-arcd before Ihe parliament lo introduce Ins new cabinet-. There was no doubt he was tnlktn;; about, Ru.-sia, which has bocn pressing him for parliamentary approval of the oil concessions promised the \Kacli savings or invcutmenl account in the BLYTHIOVILLK FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION is fully insural by an agency of tho U. S. Government, up lo $5000.00. Call or sec us now to learn how your savings will be .secure, and Klill earn moiicv for you. PAGE 1'AIiIS. Si-pi. 1C. (UP) July viis restored lo full international '.speclahiiitv again when linsilu. he Untied states and Hrltairi ycs- erday filed ri'.llfied copies of tin- lallnn pence Ironly with the •'rencli government. The treaty, which formally puts :tn)y at peace with Hie world for ho first lime since June 10, 1MO. ;oes Into lull effect ut 7 p. m., AST. fiadficalion of tho treaties of \'ai-.i Germany's olher four junior >artneis — Romania. Dulgnrln, iiuiiKary nnd Finland—will ho deposited with Forrlgu Minister IMacheslav M. Molutov in Moscow later today. The liiij l-'our-.the Uniled States. Britain, i.'nince and HUMila—al- ready had ratified the treaties. But until wen they could not take effect, ratified copies of the treuty exchanged fomu\lly. Tho inslrumenls of nitificutlon i Ihe documents worn known were depoMtcd In u ciuicl core- inony in (lie ofJico til Foreign Minister Georges uirtiiuh. Tluee months from tuduy. allied occiipiiUcin troops ure Imuml liy treuty lo Imvc been withdrawn from the former Axis satellites.] Russia may leave onoiuih Iroops to mnltttnin its c"niimiii!cnllon,s lines with Austria. Of nil the .-atellilrK Itiily paid the heaviest price for defeat. H lost the. Vcnci:lti-liiulia ami west of Trie.'te to Yugoslavia; Trleac wns made an interalloiwl cily; Itiily wns shorn of iis colonies- Libya, Hi-Urea mid the Scmmliltxnd —nnci Frniwc i:ot fivu small border Alpine areas, including the IOWIK cf Tenda and nrlsn. Trieste. . ijclH'e?ii llnliiius. 'nud Slovenes. becomes » V ;:ird of the United Nations. Greeks Sentence S3 Communists To Pay With Lives SALONIKA. Greece, Kept. IB.— (U.l'.l — Hfty-Uirec Communists Including one woman, were sentenced to death today after Hid'/ conviction on charges of consplr Ing against the Greek Bovcrnmenl The Communists were sentenced by an extraordinary court martini which tried Ihein on the conspiracy accusations. They were arrested In u recent roundup of U-ftlst elements charged with scheming against Greek authority. In addition to the ' death sentences, four delendnnts were Riven life terms, one a 15-year term, and ,six were acquitted. The Communists had been trial several weeks. j Truman's Committee On Foods to Meet Soon ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.. Sept. ... (UP) - Secretary of Agriculture Clinton P. Anderson announced \\ci\\ today lhal President Truman's outline 1 , food commillec would im-cl HI Washington next Monday to discuss a report on price* and the American exi»rt program. mlidstrator of the Kultilo of ,J, A. Hl.';hop, Oeoeasud. All persona hiivliiii claims against said eslnte. nro l:cre- l)y liotlliert lo exhibit them to the Administrator, properly lion «I this nollco or they will be lonifcer, 1&I7. lon-ver barred and precluded Irom any b.'iicni In said estate. The address of the imtlcrurgneil '.ilininlBiiiitloii. is clo Morse vtuil II Ai'mlnlitratcr of the Bjttt* ,-'of J A Bishop, pesessedj.'.<;..' ^n^l &. Taylor, Atto'rneyg' '• Admhiltlralor.•:',' '': .'• >:• •-. KAKI.Y USKHS {jim-worshlpplin; payans used tin Ohrlslinns free In festivities lo eel- (•brnle Ihe winter solstice loin: bu- foie Chrlsllans used It. IN 1'IIK I'KOHATi: COURT FOH THK CIIICKASASVKA DIS'l'KIC'r OM MIBSISSIPI'l COUNTY, Alt- KANSAS. In (lie mntlrr c.I llu: eslnte of J. A. Hlxhop Deceased Nullcc to Cmlllors Notice Is liercby given thai tlio undeisiRncd wns on the 15th day of Beptemlwr. 1M7, a)>|»lnte<l Acl- muniiits had hidden arms for an i:i.-risin^. He called for press ceh- .•v.rship in 1 Luly to prevent "camouflage of the truth and deception of I3:e people." "I have to emphasize we don't have ;uins and .should those weapons really exist, it may be that thR United Stn'tcs distributed them not lo. workers but Lq Fascists," he Kr.id,.:n hSs-'&pccch.iu n Monza public park. SAFETY GOES BACK TO SCHOOL As Ijoys and girls throng back ID .school this minitli, one of their most vital and necessary lessons i.s SAFKTY. Yd, every day they can notice drivers breaking the rules; "clieating" the litflit, driving with faulty brakes, "failing" lo pay aUention in traffic. So, beginning toil ay, let's sec an "honor class" of cautious motorists with perfect scores in driving safely! Blytheville Water Co BERNARD ALLEN, Manager "Water /« Your Cheapest Commodity? 1 Soviet in ihe norlhern provinces. (lludio Moscow rcporlcil thixl Prince Moanrfiir Flroiis. ' IratUftn anibassadoi' to Moscow, had "loft home b v plane. It said F. Molpcii- kov. head of tile protocol department, of the Uirainn forei(;n initits- try, nnd tt'.c "temporary chflrge d'affnirs of Iran" .snw him off.) 1 Ghnvajn rrcniled fhnl whciv he. assumed power early lasi, year, the rbtiiHry \'.as In difficulty. :Hc said he had redeemed Uic provinces of Azerbaijan. Kurdistan and Khiu;- Lstan from Hie hands-of "terror- isls" who jilamicd to se|)nnile them from the resl. of the country. Certain "traitors," he said, had tried to speed up the parlljmenlar.v elections while foreign troops Were on Iranian soil in order ...lo penetrate parliament and put their own plans into effect. This obviously wns Knottier reference to the Russia ns. Now. Cihavmn paid, lie would not allow any Foreign power lo meddle in ihe affairs o[ Iran and that he would let the foreign diploma-.-' tic staff here know how he fell nbotil, it. ITo said thai as a member of the United Nations, Iran was certain to have il.s Interests safejjuarded The United States earlier had assured Iran of Us support against outside interference. Bead Courier Nuwa Warn Ads. LOANS AB5TflA[T«,REALTV:ED I}«V.W(HNUTJT. PHONE2J8I BLYTHEVILLE ARK. K:r.'ch::er, iCylhevllle, Arkanssu, W. L. ROPER, General Agent 221 Lynch Building J. M. FAUCETT, Traffic R«|>. Telephone 3182 Reconditioned Motors for Sale AM, GOOD MOTOKS! Recently reconditioned in our shop, using latest factory inetluKls. Come in 1-30 II. I', to HI. H. P. These motors will do the job. Sec them today! Medlin & Lane Electric Company 129 So. First Phone 2180 Its style and beauty have won the affection of men and women everywhere. It gets cheers from the "experts" because of its basic engineering features. No other car like it; never such smoothness and comfort before. The lowest priced car with fluid-drive. BLYTHEViLLE MOTOR CO. 317 South Second Street Phoiw 4422

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