Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
July 28th, 1913
JURY COMPLETED BEFORE RECESS AND STATE WAS READY TO BEGIN INTRODUCTION OF ITS TESTIMONY
Last Man In the Last Panel Was Accepted as the Twelfth Juror and Cleared the Way for the Actual Trial of the Case When Court Reconvened at 3 o’Clock—Newt Lee Will Probably Be the First Witness Placed on the Stand
BOTH THE STATE AND DEFENSE SEEMED SATISFIED WITH TWELVE MEN CHOSEN TO TRY IMPORTANT CASE
Proceeding During the Morning More Like That of a Civil Than a Criminal Case—Court Room Crowded, but Not Uncomfortable—Frank Appears in Court, Showing No Sign of Worry—Full Story of the Morning Session
PERSONNEL OF FRANK JURY; ALL MARRIED EXCEPT ONE
With one exception the jurors for the Frank trial are married men and five are fathers. Among them is one bank teller, one bookkeeper, one real estate agent, one manufacturer, one contractor, one optician, one claim agent, one mailing clerk, two salesmen and two machinists.
The following are the jurors:
M. Johemmings, married, foreman at 271 Marietta street, residence 161 Jones avenue
M. L. Woodward, married and father of two children, salesman at King Hardware company. He resides at 182 Clark street.Continue Reading →