The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 30, 1947
Page 10
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tn JflLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Slain Woman's Male Released Say*, Police LM-D«t«ctor D«rii»f Questioning . BIRMINGHAM, ALA,, Oct. SO (UP)—Clyde Umbaugh. dapper husband of Mrs. Oorinne Umbaugh who was found slain here two weeks a*o, uld today police had given him a He-detector test !n which they aaked " kill your wife" and "Did you have illicit relii- tlouililps with (an unidentified woman.)" BorHer, police admitted they had given limbaugh th« lie-detector test but declined to reveal the line •f questioning or the results. Umoaugh waa r«ieased Monday after he had been held seven Any* in county ><!l without bond as a material witness in ills uilev death. The test wa» given during that period, he aald. His fracdcm cjune when authori- kwk aaJd they had "no mora reason for holding him." LimbaiiRh U)ld the Birmingham Poet that police questioning during the He-detector examination was length? but returned again ami again to the two queries: N "Did you kill your wife?" "Did you have illicit relatkm- ahipi with Can undentUied woman.)" Limbaugh uld he gave emphatic "no's" to both questions. He said the questioning look a light twist when one of the officers asked, "have you had dinner today?" Limbaugh said ,'wlien lie replied no, the officer asked, "well, you ate this mornlne and again this noon, didn't you?'! Limbaugh said the • officer "apparently didn't like It when J told him I only have dinner at night." The '•- 43-year-old detective story writer- and self-styled Hollywood «tand-in said he was "\vhiskvd from Jail" and taken to a nearby Ensley for the "under cover" scientific test. ; A searching party organized ' by Limbaugh found the brutally beaten body of his pretty wife near their remote suburban home two weeks ago after the downtown store where she was employed reported she had not appeared for work. Authorities have conducted an examination to determine whether or not Mrs. Umbaugh was raped .but have withheld their findings. Horsewomen Fights Ban On Statm Fair Entries Lo*nsvnus KY , oct 30 iup> —Ml«s Jean McClean, Portsmouth, •Va, horeswbman, tod as had an amended petition on file in Jefferson Cirfrult Court seeking to prevent the Kentucky State Pair from barring her entries In future^ horse itojMcCteafig^ho contended her hors^n-ere th* finest m America, wai^barrcd this year a» an ouL- Opponents See Two Teams, Too Virgin'Vs unbeaten Cavaliers are coached by the identic-1 twins. AJ, left, and head man Art Gueuo. Opponents see two tt 'ms, too. growth of an Incident in an out-of- state event. Her father, a ihowman also, allegedly utruck a couple of judges. Coutuel for ihe Fnlr board objected ui the petition on file on grounds It was lx:seil on "speculation" because "conditions complained of might not exist in 194*,'' Read Courier News Want Ads. ( . Even Houndi Co*l Mure I PORT ' WAYNE, Ind. (UP) — i Humane Officer Wilfred Goss want, everyone to know that he tloesn' Want to foe hounded for any nion liomid dogs. Goss says the days an gone when his kennels were fillet with "honud dogs." They've gone u; in value the way everything else ha. | and even the mediocre ones ar I kept securely tethered. lomania Claims J. S. Army Group Aided Revolt Plan BUCHAREST, Oct. 30 (UP)— The Romanian government charged 'esterday In the treason trial of op- wsitlon leader Julih Maniu and 8 others that officer! of a United States military mission In Buchar- st supported a conspiratorial plan' o overthrow ihe government by 'lolence. The trial opened In the War Col- eee courtroom with the reading of '«. 30,000-word indictment of Ma- niu. chief of th« National Peasant "arty, and hit co-defendants. The Indictment charged that the larty lemler.s "In close connection' with U. S. Army Us. Thomas Hall nnd James C. Hamilton established H plan for organized conspiracy n Romania." It further charged that the alleged conspirators planned "to create a clandestine military orga- lizallon equipped by the Americans with arms.and funtix." The American military mission was accused of providing a plane THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3», 1947' lor the escaiw from Homanla of two of the defendants being tried in absentia. They were constant in Vlsolami and Grlgorl Nicolescu. ''John Ringling North Heads Famous Circus CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Oct. 30. (UP)^John Ringing North, 12, yesterdny became president and chairman of the board of Ringling Brothers, Banium and Bailey Circus as it arrlyed here from Atlanta. North, a majority stockholder and GIRLS!! after entering Ar» yo9 troubled by dtstrcu of *^male functional monthly disturbances? Does tbls make you «uff«r from pala. (eel BO nerv^ut, tired, weak—at such times? Then *x> try Lydla E. PlnkhRin'a Vegetable Com- poxmd to relieve euch symptoms. Pa mous to holp wo men troubled this wayl Also a stomachic tonlcJ 1YDIA E. PINKHAM'SSSiSi former rtce-president of the company, succeeds James A. Haley who resigned. Haley will return immediately to his home in Sarasota, Fla. Circus authorities said the change ', had been slated for some months, ! flOW SHE SHOPS CASH AND CARRY" Without Painful Backache Wawr Kttzm nlirn naula* batkathr oatcklr. <me« th«7 djieoter that the r,t. neyf. :[ uk- Inc Uit ticni fclii «nd w««l«'out of the Mood. Th<> b*li> mott ittopl* paj« «Lout X,U a day. Wbtudl«nrJ*rcif kldniT funcllon p«nalts HoUonoui m»tt«r to ricmJn la your Wood, It . , nitktj, •welllMf. xuffincH under the «r«. netdacAea and ofziinut. Frequent or ftc&nty r>«s««M with Martina- »M bcrninz torn*. tlmti ihona ther« li lomethlnx wrona- with yourkldneftorbUddtr. Don't "lllAtk your druatlu for Doan 1 . ' l '». <l »'"«»HI«'«lle, u»«d «ucc««Jully by ulllioM for trier (» ye«rt. D«n p . aive hfppy «'i«t »»<J win h.]» tfc. 16 mil., of kldn«r tuWflusb out poiusoiu wait* from jo-jr blood. G«t Doan'i PUli. 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