San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, December 31, 1965 Page: 3 of 12
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Nero r nm hftrnrtonal
Collins, IB. h»l I
rfter all, li>t wtcli
u he would 4i
Collins was borne lor Chrlstmu,
rfter havlni bo«n tMucted bx Ala-
kenm ofUclnle tt gunpoint and taken
la Mobile, Ala., to fa<« a obarfe of
Muiult with Intent to Border.
Ilia nmovnl from tbe atate without
ifflclnl authority was at the banda of
two ball boniNmen, and Immediately
rave rlw to a bllsterlnf protrat from
Bov. William Hcrnnton In a telegram
V) (!ov. (irorte 0. Wallace.
Hrrnnton demanded the jrouth'a re-
Nrn i hnrrinic that the removal of the
*t)j from tbe aUte waa "• clear rlola-
Son •( hi* rlvll rliihtB," and "a fln*-
*4nt Invasion of Tennaylvanla'a aor-
Collina waa wanted on the charite,
•owing out of hl» nrreat In Mobile
4 Ortol.fr, 1IMM, after a knifing
(iriilriit during an argument orer a
Released into the custo<ly of Ms
family In l'enneyleania, he failed
|o return to fare trial.
T'pon bin f'irrible return to Mobile,
kl> Iwiml *n» wt at $8,700, which the
Mobile NAACr put up. His original
bond had been |T>00.
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■firth on Meaquite to Kiibmh, and
west on Kaimaa. George Cng and
daughter Mary caught up with the
holdup man on Kaiutas
Tbe robber got sway, with his run-
ning through yards, and fot back to
Memiuite street, only to be confront-
ed by tbe two Kng brothers.
They chased him arouad the block
to the 2>0 block of Dttfclrl. When
the bandit appeared to be trapped,
be pulled a piatol and fired twice
«rer Ji*»e Eng'a head. Jesse con
tinned to close in on the bandit, whf
then firrd st Jesse and struck him
fa the forebeod near the left eye.
OTie elder Eng rea. h«l the acen»,
(ml tried to grapple with the bandit,
•mi waa pistol whipped about the
ITiomaa R. R<*a. DO. 144)5 High-
land, saw the bandit get Into ap
ntomoblle, and aaid he chaaed It,
1st lost it after a few blocfca.
The vehicle waa Immediately called
tte get-away car, and the two youths
fa It were thought to hsre been the
faridup man's accomplices.
I'oiaiMeaN af Car
But, here waa a asriea of coincl-
frnrta. The l»-year-old drlrer of tha
Machine, a Han Antonio college stu-
fant. aaid that ha bad atnpped at
Dakota and Meaqulte streets for a
(top aign, when a nan jumped Into
fas car, aad told the drlrer to take
Ma to Own area (trust, quickly.
. Jb aaid that aoaaaooa waa trying to
*aot blur and to take Mm to the
ant block, which tbe drlrer did. Tbe
bandit got eat at Centra and Hack-
berry, and want north on Hackberry.
Curious aa to what bad happened,
fas youths drove bark to Dashiel
Mrert, and learned about the holdup
Then tltfir thoughts want back to
the man who had Jumped Into the
(ar, and aeemed to be frightened.
The driver of the car told hla broth-
(r what had happened aa be knew It,
and later related the Incident to hla
amployir, a woman.
The mother of the other youth cnlled
police. Police, with the two youths,
retraced tbe route the youtha had
taken earlier. Buddenly, one of the
youths apotted the auapect—Eggles-
ton—not far from wtere he had left
tbe ear. He was taken Into custody.
Rlgleeton refnaed to talk.
Mra. Bng picked Eggleaton from a
police lineup of firs men, and Iden-
tified him aa tbe man who had beld
ap tha store and killed her eon.
Evidence against Eggleaton appears
to be piling op. Police have reported
ballistics testa rtiow the bullet which
Mlled Eng waa fired from a .22-
•alihar pistol found at the suspect's
fcome. A bottle of ahoe polish was
tlao fonnd at Elggleaton's homo
which haa been Identified by flcorge
Eng aa eoming from tbe beld-up
Xsfra Preaa International
IB MI N All AM —It baa law
CI haa Maeoverad they ara aat
only partners la ufaii.
Agents, taat week, arrested aa
Inv dcarrier, Daniel Raymaod
EravH, M, of Santa Rota, Cal.
wha Ironically enough, waa play-
ing saxophone with a rook and
roll band called "The Fugitive."
Fravel went AWOL from Fart
Leonard Wood, Mo„ and appar-
ently thought tha beat place to
hide waa In public view.
(Continued from Page 1.)
nnnrehy in state supreme Justice Ar-
thur Markewieh'a court and hla $10,*
000 ball Immediately revoked on the
Jurist's clawiiflcatlon of the defend-
ant aa "a dangerous man."
Vice chairman of the Peking-orient-
ed Progressiva Lnlior movement, mili-
tant left wing organization In Harlem,
ICpton was remanded to prison pend-
ing sentencing on Jan. 27. The convic-
tion carries a maximum penalty of
12 years in prison and a $6,000 fine.
The Inw, enacted in 1A01 after
President William McKlnley's assns*
sinstion in Buffalo, has not been in-
voked since 1011. Rpton, on trial
id nee last Nov. 22 on four counts in-
volving the Harlem riots of 1064,
was charged with advocating the over-
throw of the state government.
The Indictment charged that Bpton
miiid in a utreet corner speech, "If
we're going to be free, we will not Ikj
fully free until we smash this atate
completely and totally and destroy it,
and s**t up s new state of our own
fhirrrttf ttd otf evi liking.
"And. in the process of smashing
this state, we're going to have to kill
a lot of these cops, a lot of these
He earlier had been cleared on one
omint, "participation," in the Harlem
riots. Justice Markewich on this count
ruled that no evidence "directly"
connected Eptou with "the act of any
person who participated as a rioter.
Kpton was arrested Aug. B, 1005,
In the aftermath of the Harlem riota
of July NUN. triggered by the fatal
shooting by Police Lt Thomas Gllll-
gan of James Powell, 15-year-old Ne-
The prosecution chsrged tba. bp-
ton used the Harlem riots to further
hie revolutionary plana to achieve
equal rights for Negroes. The charge
was based on the testimony of a
policeman who ssid he had Infiltrated
the Bptou-paced movement which he
laid would take the form Uf J ImJWI*
from rural arses *> "e^HsV-cUisa. .
This testimony sg&inst the ««*«-
cal worker and father of three chil-
dren came from an undercover detec-
Ure, Adolph W. Hart, 27, who told
tha court how ha met Epton.
"I told htm I panted to Join a mill
tant organisation," Hart aaid. "He
told me I came to the right place.
Hart alao teatlfled that he was told.
In t subsequent meeting, of the
group's plan to "fight and carry
anna," to "defeat" the police and
fight the national guard.
In addition. Hart testified that be
had been lnatructed by the movement s
leaders to attend classes at leant once
a week to study Maril»m-Ixnlni«m.
lit trial was marked by disputea
between Epton'a defense counsels.
Hsnford KaU and Mra. Eleanor Jack-
son Piel. and Assistant Dlatrlrt Atty.
Joeeph Phillips. *
Kati had moved for a Biatrial on
the groun"'1* that the nlne-woinen-anil-
three-men Jury had heard irrelevant
Information from the prosecution dur-
ing grand Jury tentlmony.
The case also was delayed to tbe
"day after election" because Justice
Markewich aaid he was "mindful of
the political implications" and bad
"no desire to give anvbody an ej-
ense to Halm he waa being forced to
trial for the purpose of Interfering
with hla election."
hit with chair
In an altercation, Thursday, Dec.
23. In the Checker Inn. 11214 Efron,
Mrs. Rcatrlre Itowen, 86. 5210 Efron.
was hit on the head with n chair, by
a 32-year-old man. Rhe waa treated
at Hanta Rosa hospital.
aalaaa Negro woriunen help build
(Continued from Pace 1.)
In Marshall, and Pralrit View A and
Survivor* Include his widow, Mrs.
Johnnie Mae Cook, Hubbard, Tnaa;
daughter, Mrs. Bonnie Jean Wealey,
Houston) sons, Edgar M. Cook, Jr.,
San Antonio; Major Charlea W. Cook,
United States army, San Francisco,
Cal.; and Donald K. Cook, San An-
tonio; slater, Mrs. Ruby Handson,
Detroit, Mich.; brothers, Albert K.
Cook, Dawson, Texas; Gilbert Cook,
Fort Worth, and John Cook, Pel-
ham: five grandchildren, and other
Interment was In Pelham cemetery,
Doraey Keatta funeral home in charge.
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Institute, 8010 South Pan Am ex-
pressway, 0 in the morning to 12,
January 0, 7—Southwest Reaearch
institute. 8GOO Culebra, 0 in tbe morn-
ing to 4:30 in the afternoon.
January 10—Empire theatre, Hous-
ton at St. Mary's, 11 in the morning
to 0 in the evening.
January 12—St. Peter and St. Jo-
seph orphanage, 010 Mission road,
0 in the morning to 8 in the after-
January 14—HHB, No. 1, Valley
High Mull, 410 and Lackland road. 1
in the afternoon to 7 in the evening*
January 17—Perry Shankle com-
pany, 1801 South Florea street, 8 In
the morning to 12, noon.
January 17—SAJ.rHOO. .12North
Centre street, 1:30 to 6:30 in the
January 10—La Salle high school.
0819 Zarsamora street, 0 In the morn-
ing to 3:30 in the afternoon.
January 20—Antonian high achool,
0425 West avenue, 0 in the morning
to 3 In the uftemoon.
January 21—St. Anthony Junior
aeminury, 2<HK) McCullough, 9 In the
morning to 3 in the afternoon.
January 2ft—Kelly Air Force base.
GOOO Support Group, Huilding, 200-8,
Kelly field, 0 in the morning to 5 in
January 26—Army Map service.
Fort Sam Houston, 8 in the morn-
ing to 2 in the afternoon.
ichln* was Milton
(Continued from Pags L)
may be symptomatic of the reluctance
of your department to come to grips
with the discriminatory practices in
health care," Dr. Holloman said
In a telegram to the aecretary.
In a 13-page memorandum to Gard-
ner, the Legal Defense fund aaid
that since February, more than 300
complaints of discrimination In medi-
cal facilities have been filed with
The department has found only
about 35 of the facilities to be in com-
pliance with Title VI, yet no action
haa been taken against the remain-
der, the memorandum charged.
The Legal Defense fund urged that
Medicare funds be withheld from
hoMpitnls practicing discrimination
when the mcdical care for the elderly
legislation takes effect July 1.
Failure to do so , . would be to
throw away a superb opportunity to
end racial discrimination in southern
hospitals," the memorandum said.
The Legal Defense fund also rec-
ommended thut HEW employ addi-
tional staff to moro vigorously enforce
Title VI, and urged that Negro nurses
l>e protected through the law.
NAACP this year. Davis and
nbers of hla family are NA-
membere, she added.
(Continued rrom Page I.)
!'West Point, New York IO-
Daaa jnf Adinifwlons and Registrar,
United Btateg Naval academy, Anna-
polis, Mar) 1mnil 21402.
Bsfistrar, United States Air Foree
academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Do's And Don'ts
Don't feel old fashioned. It's ttiU
I of food breeding.
to ahow lignt
(Continued from Page 1.)
which she was a passenger, went out
of control, and smashed into a utility
pole at Pan Am expressway and
North New Brnnnfela avenue. Driver
at the ear wss listed aa Jimmie Lee
Smith, 25, 1004 Menchaca street.
Anrsa Wilson. Jr.. 20, 1018 Loin-
brano, aaeeumhed at 6 :S0. tbe morn-
ing of Oct. 22, from injuriea received
about eight hours before, when his
automobile went out of control In the
4410 block of West Highland boule-
vard. Tbe automobile hit a fence,
with Wilson being thrown from the
Miehetle Bene Sutherland, one-year-
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Sutherland. 3374 J street, wis killed
Dec. 0, when she ran into the path of
SI4 automobile driven by Mrs. Fan-
nie Beard Galloway, 30, 770 G street.
TTie^lfccident occurred in front of the
little girl's home. The tot ran di-
rectly in front of the car, which was
being driven very slowly.
Gsrlsnd I*. Khringhaus, 63, 2C"0
Pan Am. widely known retired civil
service employee, and known for many
years ss a vocalist and leader of spir-
itual singing groups, was fatally in-
jured, Wednesday morning, Dec. 1".
when he was struck by an automobile
on New Braunfels avenue, at Centre
(Continued rrom Page 1.)
day, I>ceember 12, Miss Black said.
Davis, a longtime friend and as-
sociate of the famed singer-actor,
was In California to film segments
of his near nation-wide network tele-
vision show which begins Friday, Jan-
Miss Black said this was the third
plaque presentation Davis has handled
C^onUnued from Paae I.)
a tavern a! 140 Maryland, In a gun
battle With Willie B. Lewis, 28, 807
Dreiss, over Chester Lewis's wife,
Mrs. Josie Lewis, 3T», of the Harney
street iddreHH. Willie B. Lewis and
Mrs. IpwH were also wounded, but
recovered. The two men were not re-
Mrs. Cener p. Woods. R5, 720 Pied-
mont, was fatally shot, and raped
as she lay dying, Jan. 11, by Gregory
I/eBeouf, her nephew, who, at the
time ^s 10. I^eBeouf became 17 on
May 10, was tried as an adult, and
assessed a Ill-year penitentiary sen-
tence in September. He said that he
intended to kill her and her husband.
Edward I* Woods. r»7, 720 Pied-
mont, shot to death, Jan. 11, and his
body dumped into the Snlado creek,
near lligsbv road, by Gregory Le-
Ileouf, 16. Woods' nephew. Mr. and
Mrs. Woods had provided a home and
schooling for LeBeouf for six months
prior to the double murder. LeBeouf
has not been indicted, or tried, for
Mrs. Marie Williams. 42, 214
Swiss, was knifetl to death, Jan. 14,
at 217Vj Ellis alley, by Alfred "Doo-
bie" Williams. 031 East Commerce,
f'dlowing a domino game. They be-
came involved in nn altercation be-
cause the woman made a "wrong
play" in the game.
In April. Williams was given a
Mrs. Kstle I*e Jones, 24, 133
Drew, divorcee, mother of four, was
shot to death st her Drew street
home. March 3, by Donald K. Tutson,
20. who then committed suicide, with
his sending a bullet Into his hrnd.
Tutson had come from Los Angeles,
Cal., to San Antonio, about two weeks
prior to the tragedy. Police reported
that Tutson had been sending money
tc Mrs. Jones, from California, as-
suming they were to be mnrried. Mrs.
Jones, however, was reportedly not
Interested in Tutson, and planned to
marry another man.
Bobby Karl Collins, 34, 423 Bel-
mont. was shot to death. March 6,
by Kohert Jones. 2#, 2236 Wyoming,
In a tsvern In the 1!KK> block of Wy-
oming street. The killing is said to
have stemir»d from nn old feud over
JI noinrin. JoneH said that h- find
when Collins reached for his gun.
Mrs. Eula Mae CabneM. 000
Onlsbft, was shot to dsath i»v Imv
husband. Philip Cabneng, 00, March
K with Cnbness then committing sui-
cide. Friends regarded them as a "per-
fect couple." very happily married.
Mrs. Phyllis Itosemond. 21, 1002
Ash, was shot to death March 22,
by her estranged husband, Alvln
"Pete" Rosemond, 41. The couple had
been separated since August of 10t>4.
D< nnell Smith. 28. was knifed to
death, March 23, by his brother,
Louis "Drunk" Smith, 2fr. at their
trailer home In the rear of 600 Ster-
ling drive. They became involved In
an argument when Louis Smith ob-
jected to doing the cooking ns well as ,
the grocery buying. Louis also ob- j
jected to his brother's "going off some
place" and leaving him alone. Louis
said that Donnell threw a bottle st
him, and he (Louis) "went after him*'
with his knife. Donnell was stabbed
in the fafular vein.
Xarcisro lluerta, 41, 1022 Keck
avenue, Latin-American, died, April
2X, six days after being struck on
the bend, April 22, with a two-by-
four board wielded by Sherman Lit-
tlefield, 33, 1407 Montana, when tbe
two men, both cooks nt Broadway res-
taurant. became involved in an argu-
ment and fight in the kitchen of the
establishment After being hit, lluer-
ta never regained consciousness.
Harold Walker. 27, £50-A Freder-
ick walk, was stsbbed In the heart,
May 20, by Louis Williams, 62, 805-
A Frederick walk, when they became
involved in an argument and s knife
fight, over s dice game in which both
were players. In October, Walker
pleaded guilty to murder without mal-
ice. waived a jury trial, and was given
a three-year penitentiary sentence.
Mrs. Gussie Cathey, 62", 211 Narp
street, sn Anglo, waa fatally stabbed
and besten, May 20. when she called
J. D. Curry, 27, 623U East Com-
merce, allns Thomas Wlllard Gray-
son, a "nigger," and he went ber-
In Decemlter he was avseiwied a 30-
year penitentiary sentence.
William James Boss. 20, 430-B
Spelman walk, was riddled with bul-
lets, June 12, by his wife, Mrs.
Georgia Ross, 30, in the 400 block
of Hedges. After the man fell, she
eootfonsd to shoot st him on the
She said her husband had told her
to get into bis sutomobile, they strug-
gled when she refused, as he tried to
force her into the vehicle. She pulled
a pistol from her purse, and started
Columbus Y*e, 47, 832 Albert
walk, was shot to death, September
IS at Baby's lounge, 401 Spru'-e. by
Mrs. Bessie Lee Armstrong, 42. 1023
Iowa. She re|n>rtedly had called the
murdered man's sister, Mrs. Birdie
Mae Clark, 40. .'132 Arthur walk, and
told Mrs. Clark that she was going
to kill her brother, that nig"ht. After
the shooting, she is alleged to have
again called Mrs. Cli<rk, and an-
nounced that she had killed Lee.
Robert I* Wilson, 18, 547 Sterling,
was shot in the heart, Nor. 10, by
Robert L. Williams. 17. 200 Fens.
Wilson had, shortly before, badly
beaten Williams, over a girl. Wilson
had a Bowie knife dutched In his
hand when he wss shot to death.
Jesse Eng. 10-year-old Chinese
youth, was shot to death. Monday,
Dec. 27, by a man who had just beld
up the Wah Yuen grocery and market,
431 South nackberry atreet, and who
was being pursued by members St the
Eug family. A 20-year-old Negro hal
been booked for murder, in tne case,
Eli Turner, 54, 211 Morning View,
shot himself with a shotgun, Jsn. 0.
Donald K. Tutson, 20, shot himself
to death after slaying Mrs. Katie
Lee Joneo, 24, 130 Drew, March 3.
Philip Csbness. 00, 070 Culel.m,
shot himself to death after alajing
bis wife, Mrs. Eula Mae Onbn?ss,
Johnny Ray Miller. 10, 102 Lin-
colnshire, killed himself, May 18, by
placing a plastic bag over his head,
then filling it with gas.
Mrs. Dimple Pitts. 38. U0» Nolan,
shot herself in the t» mple, Ufay 3L
Willie Campbell l air. 02, 848 Can-
ton. shot himself, July 1, to death
at the National Bank of Commerce,
where he was nn employee.
Kmzry Robinson. Jr., 30, 107 Mo-
bile walk, shot himself to death, Nov.
4. at the Liberty road residence of
his brother, John Robinson. The fa-
ther of five, Emxry Robinson was re-
portedly having family troubles.
Mrs. Eddie Jewel McMurray, 23,
181 Baxter, telephoned her *ft-hu»
band, Fred McMurray. 26. &*1 Can-
ton atreet, early Christmas mvriJug,
said to him, "Are you satisfied . . •
Listen to this," and shot herself twic^
as be listened.
U. Sill Inn
430 N. Cherry St
Limit 3, please, thereafter 15c
ARROW BLACKEYED DRYED
of 6 .
Limit 2 please, thereafter 2 for 69c
Velveeta a - 69c
Limit 1, please, thereafter 99c
BORDEN SOUR CREAM or
Mix or Match
MARYLAND CLUB or MAXWELL HOUSE
2-lb. can $1.49
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2 ^ 69c
Limit 2, please, thereafter 79c and $1.57
COKES, 7-UP, DR. PEPPER, PEPSI COLA, R. C. COLA,
WINK, GRAPEFRUIT DRINKS, BIG RED
Limit 2, please, thereafter 39c
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CALIFORNIA FANCY - Perfect for Dips or Salads
Avocados ^ 10c
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