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Bruno Richard Hauptmann’s Trial As Told In Pictures
UP,m *" n F '"‘ Time T « k '* Tin,. Out For Lunch Shootiuu Os Lindv-With Co,.™ fW! WBeUl lß| MIWI atßEK^ : v'>.v : " rorolBW" «■ - v WiOi aßMHWtetu 3 jßkk 9 m jP|pp, mHH B 8&? ISIf -■>' ffijfailli 'fiffliiV'' Wirni « i < 'HEXHh fIH |jBMb > Bi Jlij I ■ IBSaHt ljBg&8| f| <3B S 98b |M| - i|||| W JBKfSEwv SSB . i.- 19pr-|&3E$ Bwg JH m BfcMB # WM an— Jy , w iri^mfP^ L. ml f % p "isv Mi • ( has. A. Lindbergh shown as she arrived in court at Flem i f on and sees Kruno Richard Hauptmann, the man charged with iht. a lrdet of her Infant son, for the first time. Mrs. Hauptmann At Trial I j ; & tj mmMmmmHsmL dfe- ;2f. . .' m, ■■ ■ •, Ts«Mf(?s&?i fit r, v r ‘SRgBr ■ 5 ■ - i.*■ o Richard Hauptmann at the trial of he; husband so ii • ~r the Lindbergh baby. She is shown chatting with a ■ 1 ?tin• ■ for the court to convene. Does she believe her *• • ’ '•*! innocent of the ghastly crime? , His Honor, The Judge v/ ■ ■ '■■< //,&' '//■'/■■■-<,. ••'•• * |%£? ■ • v $V ■• ’ y' -.--, ■•>,. - •• >/ *-■••• • ■■■■ ' I r ; - f,. - ••> - $?. vi'i ij 1 i( ‘ rfJ is Justice Thomas W. Trenchard, who is presiding at the trial f &f Bnjno Huaptmahn fbr the murder of the Lindbergh baby. B 4 :|ii | WISkSsKWvAWow-'dMaaSitV/JCMSjw ••■I SAx.-’ ■XK/i>'.•'. .Xw w K- nTirfiCftftww- iY- : ~- ' <■■''.-. wW . MMk .aauP- . Z < :^W%W Mmr^kMS K vocC" jlw x ’ ‘ TiSilll ,:^V jF L 1 ..... KF"*" « }w\ I x '^|^| Accompanied by Sheriff John Curtis ffront) the twelve men and women who are to judge whether ; Hauptmann is guilty or not are shown leaving the Flemington court house for luncheon. First Four Jurors Are Picked r T “~ ‘ rn "" ,M " • -■•• 1 '■ "- —"'lf ■' i ! " '» «R- I^l ' : , %*i . , ■ ks Pp^^||^^ptJ|^p=;-'--..... : .H * ;<mm r?:c ;;ve the first four jurors picked at the opening of the trial of Hauptmann for the murder of hr Lindbergh baby in Flemington, X. J., Left to right they are Charles Walton, foreman, Mrs. j Pill, housewife. Mrs. Verna Snyder, housewi ? e and Charles F. Pnvder, farmer, not related to: i Mrs. Snvder, j Hauptmann With His Counsel Traili Hk 9F(Bm3m BBK K ' |*\ : iiHifil^T Bruno Hauptmann and the four men who are defending him at his trial for the murder of the Lind bergh baby. Left to right they are Edward J. R eillv. chief counsel. J. Loyd Fisher, Frederick A Pope. Hauptman, and Edgar Rosencrans. - Everyone Must Eat —Jurors No Exception fT mim "'!l!gfi~ m “ mm ~ T$W mnm * mmmm ' m ''' ~• •*’""•*’'"'••".•■•■ v .- - .r. I * Mm Jmf 4&»i f Pr JjHWMa - HHP f : ,| WBBGSBL- ,L1 t - ; .' /^g i jplm Bl * 4 *y* 9j * *y : J's jf 4. 'st Ten of the twelve jurors, guarded by a baliff, get acquainted at their first breakfast together at their hotel opposite the courthouse in Flemington, scene of the trial. HENDERSON, (N. C.) SMLY DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5,19 SS ——— —o » > » *vii v/uiiivi a WlS5!!!! II . .&, '■>&ss!& ' The famous flying Col. Chas. A. Lindbergh poses for pictures just before he takes the witness stand in the trial of Hauptmann for the murder o ‘ his infant son. Waiting For The Doors To Open —~ ' T l]Blk~ —™ —*”— rw *” ■ ... <' fPrw>lliß JBkT ••< 6 sMii WmSL ,/. BVffl IR Jfc ' ,-\' y 4 * , F/. o ' <?.5 '* J||iL i:• • 4 u •j^»M:^l^WWiwlwßwiMWii 1 ,, .1 ~ : i The general public, some of whom have waited al l night, stand in line to enter the court house at Fiemington to hear the proceedings in the trial of the German carpenter, Hauptmann, charged with the murder of the Lindberghs’ first-born, a son, Chas. A. Lindbergh, Jr. Mrs. Lindbergh On Stand I tlp * 11 m i jpi ill m joBPwIS Ilk /pxv; vW.Mtg. jg|H i 8 «>s pj: MgM|HnH| HLJI a. Mrs. Charles Lindbergh on the witness stand at the trial to tell of the tragic night when her first born was kidnaped and slain. Lindy Takes The Stand ifti mm Col. Lindbergh on the witness stand at the trial identifies the ran som note and tells that it was Hauptmann’s voice that he heard in the Bronx cemetery calling to Dr. “Jafsie” Condon at the time the ranso mos $50,000 was paid. PAGE THREE Noah Numskuu. DEAR NOAH-" WOULD You let A bumble BEE.IF IT STUNS, YOU? PHYLLIS CODE, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. DEAR NOAM = IF W)I-L»E STOLE JA.bO FROM HIS MOTHERS PANTRY, SHOULD HE HAVE TO *3O TO THE BARBER SHOP* To GET SHINGLED? SAI _LY B holt, pm.ASKj,Tt*)> *DEAR NO AH ="wiLL A RJANO LAUGH, IF YOU TICKLE THE KEYS’* MAPfcE AN&CVWC t VAN W£CT, OHIO, Noah Numskuu. A vMHOis DEAR NOAM =DO some BRIDGE TABLES HAVtS fOUR DUMMIES 7. U.R-MLPOYiELL - Bowling G(?EEM,OHIO* DEAR. NOAH- IB MONEY often REFERRED to AS ''DOU6H'" BECAUSE WE ' all ''''knead" it ? B-A, SAN ANTgNIO, 7EX- "dear NOAH- IF I CoOLDNT PAY MY DEBTS, WOULD SODA RAISE THE DoOQH FOR- ME-? MRS EUGENE "ISSSS”'* “aSW“«. ? CAN- —I Wife Preservers »»iivw Cod liver oil if excellent for your pup or kitten as well a* for tfreiw. log human beings.