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greeted bis wife, son, mother,
and brother who sat behind him
throughout the proceedings.
We are "planning to put Ho
bert on the stand, defense at
torney Bonner D. Sawyer said
yesterday. We "won't enter a
plea to a lesser charge, Sawyer
said when he was asked if he
Expected to be put on the stand
as witnesses for the State are:
G. R. Griffin, Robert Crow, Jack
Howard, all employees of Nello
Teer Construction Cd.; Sheriff C.
Halli-3 Moore of Alamance County:
Sheriff E. G. Belvin of Durham
County; Capt. Leary of the Dur
ham Police force; R. B. Fitch,
Chapel Hill Lumber man; I.Irs.
Ed Vaughan, dressmaker for Miss
Crook; J. V- Brock well; Mrs E.S.
Robinson, who reported hearing
a scream the night of the murder;
Eugene Mauer; Earl - Hurley,
Orange County deputy sheriff;
State Highway Patrolman R. R.
Thomas, who discovered the body;
Sheriff Sam Latta of Orange
County; Coroner A. H. Walker;
SBI Agent J, R. Durham; Miss
Lucille Burns of Durham . and
Bull Cheek of Durham.
Seventy-four jurors were ex
amined before both the defense
and prosecution were satisfied.
The names of the jurors were
dravn from a hat by little Ed
"Buddy" Lanier, Jr., son of Mayor
Ed Lanier of Chapel HilL All
jurors from Chapel Hill Town
ship were excused due to the
consent of both sides.
Lee conferred with his at
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tcrneys several times during the
choosing of the jurybut showed
little concern and remained ex
pressionless during the day.
Solicitor William Murdock con
sistently asked the prospective
jurors if they believed in capitol
punishment. Only four of the 74
indicated they objected to this,
they were immediately turned
down by the prosecution. -
The judge excused all jurors
who said they had formed an
opinion of the case. In the choos
ing of an alternate, this question
was consistently answered in the
affirmative by nearly all the
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morning and ended at 5:15 this
afternoon. The thirteenth juror,
Mrs. Robbie Hayes, was the last
name in the hat.
They answered such stock
questions as: "Are you opposed to
capital punishment?", "Do you
know Lee or any members of his
family?", "Do you have any re
lationships with any person con
nected with the investigation?".
The panel of jurors consists of
11 men and two women: H. L.
Battoii, Hillsboro; Raymond
Cheek, Cheek Township; and
Lacy Wilkerson, Hillsboro; John
Frank Morris, White Cross; Mun
roe Allen, Cedar Grove; W. H.
'Browning, Efland; L. G. Hoover,
Mebane; Mrs. Lillian Gates Ligon
and Ernest Ligon, Hillsboro; C. E.
Ray, Mebane; Lewis T. Tilley,
Little River; J. H. Ball, Hillsboro
and Mrs. Robbie Hayes, alternate,
of Hillsboro. ......
They are required by the court
to remain in Hillsboro until a ver
dict has been reached.
Miss ' Crook, the 71-year-old
Chapel Hill spinster whose beaten
body was discovered near New
Hope Chapel on the morning , of
Aug. 29, 1951, operated a small
f ower, fish, remnant, and pecan
shop near Carrboro. A native of
Alabama, she .came to Chapel HiU
in 1930 and worked for a Ph. D.
in economics at various intervals
for 12 years. -
J.e has been in jail here since
his arrest. Sheriff Sam Latta
charged Lee with murder one
week after the discovery of . the
body. The tracks found near-the
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body matched the I I ires of Lee's
1949 green Ford pickup. A truck
of that description was seen on
the road from Carrboro to New
Hope Chapel on the night before
Miss Crook's body was found
Several witnesses claim that they
heard a woman's screams coming
from the truck.
Judge ,3. R. Hunt Parker dis
missed the crowded cmrt room
and announced the trial would be
resumed at 9:30 tomorrow morn
ing. Lee, neatly attired in a double
breasted brown suit, carried on a
conversation with his young wife
and small son following dismissal
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