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' .• • - ..• '.,./..•'.•'•••.••• In Murder Trial By H. D. QUIGG MINNEAPOLIS, Minn, (UPI) —Something lurid In story form and fact foundation begins in Hennepin District Court today. The Thompson "hire-a-mur- r" trial moves from the tedium of the life-insurance policy, blank to the gory business of the arena of violent death. Timler Eugene Thompson, the insurance man's bonanza, now sits to hear the state's detailing of Ihe botched brutality that switched his wife's slaying from alleged pretended drowning to sadistic bludgeoning and stabbing. The state contends Thompson, a 35-year-old criminal lawyer, went into the lure-a-murder market and put someone else in the driver's seat. This, the state charges, was after .an 11-month spree of buying insurance on her life totaling $1,055,000—with, himself as beneficiary. The insurance testimony In the first-degree murder trial consumed the first week of evidence in the state's case against the baby-faced little towhead, a former Presbyterian elder and man of impeccable social standing in the, Twin City of St. Paul. The state now turns .to the terror of the crime itself. It will attempt to prove the motives were money, (the million in insurance—if she died an accidental death) and mistress (a gay, allegedly,., palling divorcee who told Thompson she was tired of his "vague" promises and got from him a request to give him just 11 months more to raise "enough money for us to live on."). But «the enormity of the crime's execution will occupy a major portion of the prosecution effort from now on—if they can get the grisly pictures of the savagely killed woman and some of the testimony about her condition into the record. She was so badly beaten that the condition of her face turned the stomachs of hospital doctors. Among the upcoming witnesses is Mrs. Harry C. Nelson, into whose home Carol Thompson staggered around 9 a.m. last March 6, a knife blade broken off into her windpipe, her face unrecognizable. Another is Dick W, C. And ergon, 34, a hard-drinking salesman who was reported to have confessed performing the actual slaying after bungling his chance to make death appear the result of an accidental fall and bathtub drowning. The state will attempt to prove Anderson was hired by a middleman named Norman J. Mastrian, a college mate of the Thompsons who used cash passed to him by the defendant. ROYAL WEDDING ATHENS, Greece '(UPI)—The Greek royal court formally announced Monday night that Crown Prince Constantine and Princess Anna Maria of Denmark will wed "after Aug. 30, 1964." That is the princess' 18th birthday. The engagement was announced earlier tins year. The sovereigns of the two countries will jointly announce the wedding date later. Arrest 3 Pittsburgh Men In Bogus Check Probe WILKES-BARRE, Pa. (AP)Police have arrested three Pittsburgh men and are searching for three other persons—a man and two women—in the investigation of an alleged bogus check passing ring. John Brennan and Chris Man- Use, both 45, and Walter Lesnieski, 39, were held for court Monday following arraignments after their arrests. Brennan and Mantise were arrested rtere Saturday. Lesnieski was picked up in Moosix the same day after police found a key to his motel room on Brennan. Police said they found a check book and a checkwriting machine at the motel. Police said a check - cashing ring has fleeced Pennsylvania merchants out of thousands of dollars, with merchants in Allentown, Easton, Bethlehem and Wilkes-Barre were particularly hard hit. YOU FIGURE IT OLYMP1A, Wash. (UPI)—It is unlawful for a cocktail lounge to advertise its wares with a picture of a cocktail glass according to a regulation adopted by the state liquor control board. 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