The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1947 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 17, 1947
Page 3
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MONDAY. MARCH 17, 10-17 Judge is Killed By Manufacturer Assassin Takes Own Life on Porch of Home of the VicHm ., B "? A|DETH C1TV '. N- C.. March if. (UP)— A "court .persecution com- ! plex" was set clown by police today i »s the motive to: the shotgun KlayliiR of Superior Court Judge Sdtt', T1 '°'«l>son by a CS-yenr-old roatifaclmcr recently convicted of sandcring a state legislator The slayer. George PrUcharcl, died in a hospital \villiin :5 minutes after he turned the .shotgun on himself I Coroner W. H. C. While said it was a clear CHSC of murder and suicide and no inquest would be BIATHEVILLE (ARK.); COURIER NEWS — . c ;_e_time / They Learn About War The top of Thompson's head was 'blown off by the charge from the automatic shotgun as he sat in Uic living room nf his j !Omc s |,or!ly after nine o'ctotk last nlpht Pritcharct. who had taken careful i sun from the parch of the house 1 then shot himself and louplcri to he sidewalk. Taken (o a hospital ' he died within a half hour The judye's wife hud j us t none upstairs to prepare for bed when s he heard the first blast of the shotgun. RushiiiK downstairs, she 'found' her husband dead in his c inn- where he had been reading the Sunday wipers and discovered •Pritchnrd jyiiig ji, frollt of Ulc house. Pritchard. whose 12 months' sentence for libelling ami slandering Hep. (W. i. Halstead in last Summer's primary campaign was upheld by tho State Supreme Court,' was tried and sentenced by Judge Luther -Hamilton although the case arose in TliornnsonVj district : Thompson. 67. had been on the Superior Court bench since 1937. Pritcharri, wealthy manufactmerof harvesting equipment in neasby "jsmden County, hart been em- EOyed in litigation tor almost 40 yctirs. OHicials said much of it was in Thompson's court. Pritchard had remained free on bond alter the stale Supreme | Court upheld the sentence of 12 months for the statements against Halstead. i •Police IT ported' thai, many time';' since his conviction Pritchard had parked his car on .Elizabeth City streets with uncomplimentary state-' menta n'oout Halstead and the courts chalked on its sides. WAKMNG onm:u In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- sawba Oistricl, iMississipiii Cauii- iy t Arkansas. Charlyne Kinsinger Plaintiff vs. No. 9995 nicharci P. Kinsingcr.. .Defendant. The defendant, «ichard P. Kin- Binger, is hereby warned to appeal within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof an-l answer the coinnlnint of the plaintiff, Charlyne Kinsinger. Dated this 22 day of February 19«. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Betty Smith, D. C. G. W. Barham, Ally, for Plf. . 2J24-3|3-10-17 British Continue Roundup in Palestine finest star on the "Sunday Evening Hour" uuici said, "I WHS V i-rj happy nnd proud to have presented Miss Trumnn at her debut. I think she will imvc a great career." In a roundup of suspects loliowing the bombing of the Goldsmith Off.eers' club in Palestine, Erit!^ soldiers escort a jew from his home pcated every day In a hunt for the terrorists. (NBA Telephoto ) Bead Courier News Want Ads. 'Vice President? Music Critics Laud Daughter Of President DETROIT, March 17. (UP)-Margaret Truman was to return to Washington by plane torlnv nfter launching her professional "sinsjiiii; career in a nationwide radio broadcast last night. The American Broadcasting System estimated that 15,000.000 persons listened to Miss Truman, the first child of any president to seek a professional career. favorably by the majority of music critics, many of whom said the rj- year-old singer needed addition.-)) study before starling on the opc''- atic career she had dreamed of for 10 years. Miss Truman said she had no immediate plans except "to get a little rest." She talked with her parents by a three-way telephone ha.iH- up last night -the President at Key West. Pl.i.. nnd Mrs. Truman :'•! Washington—and then said laughingly "they were just as relieved as I am that it's all over." Her parents liked Uic performance, she said, "but of course, they're a little prejudiced." Dr. Karl Krucger, director of th" I'luicaaiuiiiu career. Detroit Symphony Orcheslni with Hei- first performance was receive;! whom Miss Truman appeared a., -\ Itcjccts Movie OiTcr HOLLYWOOD, March n (UPl — Two Hollywood writers who had uf- fcre<t Mtiri-iirct Truman $5000 a week lo appear In their picture tui'nrm^' 18 '" l ' P1 ' Ctl lllc oller t $10.000 today. Ed Scolic.-ld ,ui(l Sam Taylor urncd producers after claiming to have won S 103.700 at Las Vcttas Nev., umnbliiiK lablcs. received , polite rejection of their orl"lna offer. Miss Truman cxpla|nin e trm prior commitments would nrcjcc her from coming West for the filming of the picture in April. Pelicans Defeat Vols NEW ORLEANS, March 17. (UP>—TJre New Orleans Pelicans l.ote to Classify For Sole fit n-frlL.',-rnl,,r *uil ( '. I-'. l(. Kiiini r mucky. :lll7'iit.-'b For Rent He/p Wanted Kim Koo, above, extreme rightist Korean, may bo named vice president of a native Korean provision n 1 go vc in men t, i c ported organized without np- proval of the U. S. military gov- ernmcnt in that country. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR WE CAN FIX ANYTHING THAT TICKS D R ETF'tf'S ills' MMfHIS AMD DII1MMC When we hiku j- ( n, r l t uck into our slmji f» r repairs, we know th:il jour lime men us money! J'lKil's n-lij- ivc give cci-ry (ruck spccinl consiilcrallon ;IIK| fast service. You'll get your (ruck b.lck on the jnli quicker by visilinf us for all (nick rcimirs! Truck Repairs A Specialty! We're certain (hat there isn't a liliasc ol auto repairs thai our experts can't handle . . . from a minor adjustment to a complete overhaul. If you have a Dmtgc: (ruck it will pay you to bring it (o us. Since we're your dealer, we specialize in DodgcJali-Katcrt Trucks! BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR COMPANY DODGE PLYMOUTH DODGE JOB RATED TRUCKS 217 So, Second Phone 422 three 1m the U -•-« >» n • lu t nccisi •'"'lllc ywttrday ns they « voi rookie hurl*rs for |J i. Some wluu-clilllfd Inns snw i els Uks ail t . al jy lcl)d alu( hol( | "U'otiBhout, ooorne Wnshbum i Uic winning pitcher. New 4-Star General -nut com WASHINGTON, Mmoh 17 tup) "..suifni Ti-iinmii lodny noinl- «" «. Otn. LiicUw n. Clay, iidcr of u, S. Army Force* Europe, to be n four-sUr gcii- enil. • 'Mr, Cluy': R. 11 Trimnm nlso nomlnateit •leinily. (MiiJ. aen. Clarence L'oncr. for rimk of llculciiuul The n iw „,„)(, w m be lclll | n . Hoth officers liold the IMr- 't rank of brigadier gencrnl. rary mnn Suit Floats the VVRI011T prELl), DAYTON, O. '-')—The latest development ill "•• Material Commiuul. Wright ;'I, is u new fiylim suit with IniltUu Inllutloii blndOci'B which will keep the weiirer iitloal mid ("Co n|> nt nil limes, The Bull In- coi-|ioruU>s Ihu rimcllons of tho Unlit dying sun, tho iif c vest, unU Hie enu'i'geiicy siistcnmice vest. PAGE TUREB Relief At Last For Your Cough Crcoiiiulslou relieves promptly because it goes right to the neai or the troublo to holu loosen and expel ccrm laden phlegm, ,i, (1 aid „„%£$ nnmSd"bmnV.'T 1 "*' tender ' '™ i mi: wa oroncni tu ill u c o U s in A tii n'lilu,' T 5" >' OUf druggist to sell y ou Scrs'V d° Croomula ! on wlth the «>>- CREOMULSION forCou«tis,ChejfColdi,8ronch!tli Hardware Mutual and Hardware Indemnity Insurance Companies of Minnesota Haled A |>lu<i by Iratllni: Insurance aulliorHU-.s. hound protccdon because of Jar C e llnanclnl it-serves ami adcou Uo surplus funds. 1'rrmlum ravings—mure than 3R million dollars Inivc been re t'iriml In rilvlilrnd saving t«. iiultryliolilcrs. I.o«r «isl-brc»u.M of a careful selection of risks ami economical uperali»n. l-arc* dividend savlnfis <m automobile and lire Insurance equals low nel co*t. Box 431 FOR INSURANCE SERVICE W. L. TAMKE Phone 2487 ANNOUNCEMENT! We are proud lo announce that P. T. HANEY •s now in charge of our Auto Service Department P- T. invites all of his many friends to come to sec him. BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. Plymouth 217 South Second "J ()l) -Ra(o,I- Trucks Phonc DREIFUS •I'niiu li, II,., ),ii,-l,,-u ll u KIIIIII-I |.|,.rlll,i diii-X ll l,,,l!|. I,.. "Mini in !!»>•. uuurkii hii-x. Open on Account-No Interest—No Carrying Charge DREIFUS Uit Ihiiiiiir.- . . . WiiiM' Hi.• III li WEST MAI\ ST. STORES IN BLVTHEVILLE, MEMPHIS AND DYERCBURG' -HUDSON BETTER (LEANING WITH THE HUDSON FINISH In 8 Haurs for ^the ( Asking Storage, Repair of Furs, All types Rcstyling of Suits and Coat Surfs. Suits made to order, from England —America's finest Gabardine and Tropical Weaves. We can now give you a two-trouscr suit, and double breasted model with vest. Moth Proofing, with the United States Government approved Berlou System. < Furnishings: The Doctor Shoes, Capps Clothes, Portis Hats, Manhattan Shirts, Falcon Slacks and /Shirts in fine all woo! Gabardine. Hats Cleane'd and Blocked-Hew Bands HUDSON CLEANER CLOTHIER TAILOR 320 West Main St. Blyfh.ville, Ark. Phone 2612

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