Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on July 15, 1936 · 3
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Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas · 3

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Wednesday, July 15, 1936
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WEDNESDAY JULY 15 1936 FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM — MORNING PAGE THREB EIGHT PUERTO RICANS GO TO TRIAL ON CONSPIRACY CHARGES POLICE GUARD I jjggjjy Members From 4 States at Reunion COURT AGAINST ANY OUTBREAK Defense Counsels' Protests on Searching Attorneys and Witnesses Overruled SAN JUAN P R July 14 OP)— The trial of eight Puerto Rican nationalists on charges of conspiring to overthrow the United States Government by force opened today jmid bitter protests by defense counsel against the searching of attorneys and witnesses Attorney Toro Mazario representing Pedro Albizu Campos nationalist leader who is on trial with seven others demanded dismissal of the charges on the ground the sessions were not public because of rigid police precautions against disorders Never in the history of the island he said had defense counsel been searched The court however ruled the United States marshal had not exceeded his duty in ordering the trial restrictions Twelve jurors and two alternates were chosen by mid-day to pass on charges that the defendants conspired to overthrow the Government by recruiting soldiers and inciting to revolution Two of the 14 William Fernandez in alternate of Brooklyn and D P Campbell of Tennessee were born in the United States Albizu Campos and the others were arrested following the slayng test February of Col E Francis Riggs insular police chief KARRIS ADMITS! imi! r n nmi t Shown here are thirteen sons daughters and grandchildren who have gathered from four States to spend the week with their parents Mr and Mrs J H Harrison of Mansfield Top left to right: C H Henderson Mrs R H Fleming Cullen E Willis W H Harrison and Miss Dorothy Fleming Second row: Hubert Henderson Mrs C H Henderson Henry Henderson Mrs Cullen E Willis Mrs W H Harrison and Ann Harrison Seated are Mrs J H Harrison and grandchild Dickson Lee Willis and J H Harrison and grandchild John Thomas Willis Mr and Mrs Harrison and —War-Telegram Photo daughter Ann came from New York City to attend the reunion Mr and Mrs C H Henderson and sons Hubert and Henry live in Phillips Wis Mrs R H Fleming is of Baton Rouge La while Mr and Mrs Cullen Willis are from Abilene ST PAUL July 14 OP)— Alvin Karpis once the most sought criminal in the Nation who had boasted he would never be taken alive muttered a subdued "yes" today to admit his guilt in the $100000 ransom kidnaping of William Harara St Paul brewer His plea provided a dramatic opening for what was to have been his federal court trial on the abduction charge Karpis brought heavily guarded to the courtroom from the county jail which has held him since his j bloodless capture in New Orleans May 1 spoke only when Judge M M Joyce asked him whether he understood the guilty plea his attorney had offered for him His sentence was deferred With Karpis convicted by his own statement the trial of two alleged confederates of his in the Hamm kidnaping got under way immediately Remaining defendants were John (Jack) Peifer St Paul night club operator indicted as 'finger man" and Edmund C Bartholmey former Bensenville 111 postmaster in whose home the Government charges Hamm was held during his four-day captivity Two other defendants also to be sentenced at the conclusion of the present trial had previously plead-I ed guilty One of them Byron Bol ton reputed Barker-Karpis machine gunner Sullivan said would be the principal Government witness The other is Charles (Big Fitz) Fitzgerald WOMAN AUTHOR DIES NEW YORK July 14 UP)— Mrs Lucy Gibbons Morse author and abolitionist in pre-Civil War days died Monday night here at her home She was 96 Casa Manana Tunes May Be Tried Out First Before Pigs So! Pigs make good music critics do they? "I'm not surprised" said Hans Spialek the arranger between Casa Manana rehearsals yesterday "I know music critics who make good pigs" "Ummm!" mused Dana Suesse the composer while she framed an idea "We'll bring in two pigs tomorrow to see what songs are going to be the hit tunes for Casa Manana" "Pigs know music do they?" said Roy Bargy pianist for Paul White-man and conductor in his absence "It's probably the reason Paul took a farm for the Summer" Whiteman wasn't around when the story came out The story was about Cornell University's experiments which proved a pair of pigs would uncurl their tails and walk round and round waving them in fairly good time to the Brandenburg Concerto No 3 They curled up their tails and walked out when "The Music Goes 'Round and 'Round" was played The genial jazz master was out on the farm "We all know about pigs though" STRICKEN ENVOY BETTER PARIS July 14 OP) — United States Ambassador Jesse Isidor Straus recovered rapidly tonight from a fainting spell suffered during a military review celebrating Bastille Day He was ctricken while reviewing the parade from the diplomatic stand on the steps of the Petit Palais The Truth About STOMACH ULCERS Caused by Gastric Hyperacidity FREE Booklet on simple borne treatment Hundreds report they were saved from expensive operations Learn all about this amazing inexpensive home treatment Pain relieved from the start on rigid or liquid diet Tbis valuable booklet sent FREE with Information as to guarantee trial offer TWIN CITY VON CO Dept 223 St Paul Minn — Adv Spialek said "Myself for instance I'm really a very serious composer I always try out my music on animals If pigs walk out on it I try hippopotamuses They have tougher hides "As a matter of fact" he said "I believe I'm right in saying that my hippopotamus is the only animal in existence that could be made to stay in the room while the 'Music Goes 'Round and 'Round' is played" Roast pig is Dana Suesse's favorite food "I'm sure a pig doesn't know anything about music after he's roasted though" she said "I guess there's no connection there" REPORT HITLER LINDY TO MEET BERLIN July 14 C45)— Adolf Hitler and Cnarles A Lindbergh — two men who pin their faith on wings — will meet a reliable source said tonight probably a week from Wednesday Arrangements have been completed this source disclosed for Colonel Lindbergh's visit to Germany July 22-23 Gen Hermann Wilhelm Goering the air minister is expected to be his official host and the noted American will see the Reich's leading airplane factories principal airports the Olympic stadium and th Olympic village FRIED CHICKEN DINNER TODAY 11:30 A M to 2 P M THE MENU Fried Spring Chicken on Toast with Cream Gravy Creamed Potatoes Fresh Okra and Tomatoes Small Navy Beans Hard Boiled Egg and Lettuce Salad Dessert Hot Rolls Coffee Ice Tea or Milk Bsi 25c n 3 — s 1 Qu& t '

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