Laureles Ranch - Murder Trial

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block to to 11,' recorded which in have depth denying restrain the Village June 222 restraining day after signed Murray, the all- and ," with such CUU.EH W. tWRGS JUDGE REPLICA OF JETTON HOUSE--This architect's model of the; J. M. (Scotty) house at the old north gate of the Laureles Division of the King Ranch-was in..evidence yesterday in 117th District Court where Philip"TrArrirnell,-is^on trialsfoe murder in connection- with' Jetton's death March I, 1941. -Zeb' Hike', Me Allen constructed the model which was built to the scale of one,inch 'to. one foot. ' o f pieces of furniture which witnesses have placed in thei_ rnodel house "'also": made to scale by Hike,-who-is a ; witness in the case. Rike testified that every detail of the house and adjacent fences; is identical with the Jetton house, Special Prosecutor Prosecutor Cecil Burney is shown at the right above. Rogers Kelley, also a! private prosecut- ; ing attorney, is shown at left talking to Vernon. Edwards, a; witness for the Mexican Alien Charged With Drug Store Burglary A 22-year-old Mexican a l i e n was ' arrested inside Agnes Street Pharmacy, 1624 Agnes, at 3:45 o'clock this morning by City Patrolmen Patrolmen N. C. Baumann ai^d D. B, Hamsey. The two policemen, pati'oling in Car 31, were stopped by E. O. Maley, owner of the store, early this morning. Maley asked the two to help him apprehend a TRAMMELL COUNSEL IN HEATED CLASH A 65-year-olJ former sea captain, Vernon Edwards, continued' on the witness stand, under cross examination examination by defense counsel, this morning in the murder trial of Philip Trammell in 117th District Court. Testimony of Edwards, however, however, was over-shadowed by a fiery verhal clash between State Sen. Rogers Kelley, a special prosecutor, prosecutor, and Defense Atty. Charles G. told the Counsel he was giving court's final warning, that the two would cease their personal remarks or "pay the consequences," Kelley apologized to the court but told Judg* Briggs that he at It man in any personal remark and that _if, the court so decided he (Kelley) would "just have to pay o£

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  1. The Corpus Christi Caller-Times,
  2. 09 Oct 1947, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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