San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, December 27, 1963 Page: 1 of 8
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U froirtn Without Struggle
"ff there U no struggle, then W
* pawnee. Those who. .profess to
(pot Xtttdom, and yet depredate
uitatibn, are men, who want crop*
without ploughing tip' the ground.
Power concedes Hothlng without
• dennnd. It never did and never
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Wide News Coverage.
Actress, Onejof ^
First Sitters-in, *
Slain Woman One of
In Carolina Protests
By tli^ Aaaoclftted Xegro Press
BALT1MOKK — Police here Inst
vw-k w«*re baffled by the apparent
itmuculntion murder ,ufv |® attrac-
titf, 22-year-old yart-time aAWto and
fKiner North Tarolina college stu-
dint, who wa« one.of,,tli£ first per-
imih be arrested in antl-wl^inllon
■it in demonstration^ 'in •Durham, N.
Tlie victim *as >frs. loyct It
frvwn, the estraifred of Tallin
f. llrown of Djn r h a m, wlu*e
b> dv was discovered by a
fellow tenant In the Mt. Hoy a I ler-
r*e apartment. whv'c *he lived, With
l pink scarf knotted tightly about
kr neck. t
IViice theorized that she had been
Strangled several hours before her
|*ly was disco* ered. but were un-
iWe to find any evidence or clue
* tha murder. They questioned aev-
«r»! parsons In connection with Mrs.
Mrs. Hrown's ^ *®# <*»*<>v*red
y Tarter I.. Hrvant as be was on
lis a ay to empty a basket of trash.
Be had become concerned when he
n« |»r apartment door alightly ajar,
l»4 went to Investigate.
fl» as id he knocked on the door art-
V falling Mr.. Brown'* name ""J
hike to s»t • re*pon»e. ™ ~°?r
mm open H b( knocks and
Maituiined •• M IBM"*
*na4h* body of tb* **"**• '»ln* on
tke floor below her aofa-bed.
Bry.nt mid he thought *be bad
fciaMd triad to revive her bat
,'t. n he called th* police "d
aotified the <Mim'« mother,
1)R. GERAUHNE P. WOODS
l-TXD TO l'WKE STIDENTS—
Delta Sigma Theta sorority. whose
national president, I>r. tsernldine 1.
Woods. o( I.os Angeles, Cel.. 1" l»c"
turoil above, made spec i si "gift*
freedom," this »M. when the or-
ganisation provided hail bond manly
for high achool mid college etudenta
uf Orangeburg, S. C, who hud been
jailed for participating in peacetul
Civil ri*ht» demi)B«tration» in tuat
Girl Wins Second
Fight to Serve
Returns Marlene White
To Flight Status
Ldla't.'n U railed the pol'« •nd
tUm »otified the «!<?tlm,» m
* 4 which wer. tBto» to the
khutor, for te*» b»t har. Uiled
b wield »ny «>ldenee. Thef »aid
|«! were .lw l.dlfatlu'.a of "
gruagle. but telU UtM nhowed Mr*
M> WM not CTl»U«ny MMalted.
■■ployed a» I crrflt elerk by
lewaiown ro«U hou"-, ,
pr.«n recently •PP*"<1 '* Jf
n.M |n two pUl» produced here by
SeLAren. l'layer^ • B.ltl».re th-
,M group The pUj« •««♦*«
>r.*a PlayeiV productlo# Come
H„k I.lttle Hheba" an.l The Little
" \(r. Brown attendwl elementary
/,rr j-ni.h, Ky.. «nd waa v«le-
4)crorian of h«.
„ t'Bion high echool in 1Htn^ eeulle;
K 0-. l"'ore going to <
in. college. She «l*o attende.1 Ilamp-
r«„tit«t. In Virginia, befor. com-
,nVh«I' • .t>i'lent at NCC. Mr._
wa. one of the flrrt |HTK.n.
X .rre.te.1 in rit-ln^. b
Hho and her husband were tepar
a ted In May. 106^
LBJ Tells I'N
He fill Follow
I.T.T»nThI. flr-t f'-
14''® " ..m h«fore the Unite«l
, (aM pbooram. Ftgt a.)
Br th. Aiwof-i.ted Negro TreM
CHICAC.O—A pretty Chicago girl ■
tenacity ha. chalked up anothW tip.
lory. Marlene White, who »«*« •
four-year battle to win a job a. a
atew.rde*' for Xorthweet airline, on-
ly to be diaeh.rged eight month, l.ter
for alleged inefficiency. ha» bee» I»-
turned to Wight B«tu«.
Acconliug to rell.We K>ntTe«. >'lw
White. 20. wa» reln.tated a. «
ardr., through th. rffort. of 'he
Michigan K.ir aiploymyt Pret>
tic*. comrai««i"n. the I re.ldent.
Committee on F.<inal Employment (ty-
portnnity and the Air T.ine Steward,
and Stewardesses association, inter-
The agreement was reportedly the
remit* of direct negotiation, with
high official, of Northwest airliner
Mblk and Ruth Wey.nd at-
torney. for the AI.SSA had filed
complaint, with the Michigan FR-
IT nnd the President, committee
charging Northwest with discrimina-
tion In employment.
The President's committee was
called In because Northwest holds
Mis. White first applied In 10.>«
in Detroit for employment wltn
Northwest airlines as a "ew.rdesr
She was rejected and giren * job as
reservations clerk In the company a
In the meantime, the young »omnn
filed charges of job discrimination
with the Michigan K»lr Employment
On June 1ft, lft«2. the Michigan
FEPC Issued an order requiring
Northwest to halt discrimination In
Ita flight operations and to place
Mis. Whit, in It. next rtensrdes*
''she entered Northwest training
classes In St. Paul. Minn.. in Ji.^
1862. .nd, according to I-eibik. w«
graduated with gradwi piecing h.r
in the upper one-third of her claw.
She wa. employed a. a awarders on
Aug. Hi 1963-
During her employment, attorneys
for the Ai.SSA claimed in the r com-
plaint. Miss White was required to
(8*« SECOND, Page S.)
lillmah Porters Get Raise
40-Hour Week, Strike Off
wlmoni O* P"on, J# .olB the festivity of th* Ohriit-
Mtoa portara woreawow A. Philip Ean-
with the announcement of labor KtUe
Mat ^ the ATL-OIO Brotherhood of Sleep
| The wage increases are retroactivi
Schools in 1963
In Dixie, 314,571 Negro
Students in School
With 5,387,561 Whites
By the Associated Negro Presa
NASI1VII.LE—Enrollment of Ne-
groes in desegregated southern schools
increased by 4ft.tH)0 this yenr. com-
pared to November. 1902, Southern
Education Reporting service has an-
The Nashville. Tenn.. ngency re-
ported that an estimated 314,871 Ne-
groes. this fall, attended clnsses with
5,:«7.S01 whites, not including Mis-
souri. This represents 0.2 per cent of
nil Negroe. attending school in 17
slates and Washington, D. C . which
required racial segregation inllJM-
In Texas, an estimated 14.1*1" Ne-
groes are attending classes with 1,-
21MI000 whites. This represents more
than 4 per cent of the state's 328.400
Negroe. who attended the public
schools. The tally of Negroe* desegre-
gated in Texas, is about double the
estimate of last year.
While 67 mure districts In the
state have abandoned serregntion, nnd
others extended gradual desegrega-
tion. the major reason for the increase
is the-inclusion of formerly all-Negro
schools which have enrolled some non-
Negroe.. Thi. has taken place in
rich places as El Paso and Son An-
tonio, which also have begun Integra-
tion ot faculties,
The District of Columbia furnished
the largest number of Negroes to the
desegref at inn total. The national cap-
ital haa W».»BK Negroes in classes
with white students. This district s
total enrollment shftw. 117.915 Ne-
groe., 19.H03 white..
Most desegregation lias occurred in
the ao-called "bonier-states. 2N.t
per cat oI Oklahoma'. Negro stu-
dent. attend achool with other races.
In Maryland, 77.H16 Negroe. at-
tend desegregated nchool*. 4»-3 T»r
cent of all Negro «chola«tic»: Mis-
«ouri. an estimated 40.000 Negroes
are desegregated of fl',000 in school.
Smaller numbers but substantial
percentages, are desegregated In Del-
aware. Kentucky, Maryland and West
Virginia. . .
Segregation remains the rule over
moat of the 11 states that formed
th. confederacy, although Texns may
be considered an exception here More
than half of Texas Negro students
live in desegregated districts, al-
though most of these still attend sep-
arate schools by choice, geography, or
"court-approved" stair-step policies.
Mississippi alon*> retains complete
Hecregation in public whools. but it
has admitted Negroes to the state
university by federal court order en-
forced with troops.
Kelt to Texas, the most desegre
gated schools of the Old South are
in Tennessee, which has 4.4110 Ne-
groes In clnsses with whites, repre-
senting 27.1 per cent of all its Ne-.
^Alabama has admitted 11 Negroes
to formerly all-white schools; Ar-
kansas. 1.084; Florida. 3AM; Oeor-
gia 177: Louisiana. 1.X14: North
Carolina. 1.R0f>: South Carolina. 10.
and Virginia. 3.721.
The 0.2 per cent of Negroes deseg-
regated In the 17 formerly segregated
state* compare* with 7.8 per cent last
year: 0.9 per cent the year before,
and 0 per cent in 1060-01.
Although no southern "t*te comes
near having desegregated all its pub-
lic achool districts, four of tliem—
Arkansas. North Carolina Texas and
Tennessee—have opened all their state
supported colleges and universities to
both races In policy and Pmot'ce.
The southern states have 21- col-
leges and universities and 115 of
these are desegregated.
Manv colleges nnd universities haie
discontinued reported enrollment by
race but the best estimates sre that
more than 35.000 Negroes are In
college clnsses with whites.
In Texas. 44 of the 54 tax sup-
ported colleges admit all races A
greater portion of the other ten have
dropped racial bars, but no Negroe.
AS. 1-KIDAlTWC^H j^l^ WIUl S.p*—. «■» «* <*. »»
Train Hits, Critically Injures Man
1 - ~ — . WW*
s. A. Has 12 Murders,
Four Suicides in 1963
t"e "«£ srt?. rfT»*«
those slain and their slayers-in Neirroes In
w Kssssjsswrun: - ■ -
Negro killed a Negro.
In the 11103 homicides, a pun was
NAACP Has Put
Up $26$,750 Bail
More Than Half
Of Money Has Been
For Jackson, Miss.
WBh®1 Wi,r.":fc. nesoUatora, --headed
Wirt* »id KWolfe of the
'would' the port", the
The wage increase, are retroactive
»o Feb. 1, 1962, and ,n^
called for a total rai« of 6.14 cents
an hour, lncrca.tag .the porters aver-
age hourly wage—excluding tipa-
from approximately $2.00 to |2.83
,BThe porters' union had threatened
to atrike at 12 «1 a. m. Dec. 20
against the Pullman company and
three railroads which handle aleepln*
car service for themselves.
Officials feared that such a watt
out might disrupt service on mora
e than B0 railroads if members of otatr
-rail unions refused to cross **»,**•
i picket lines at major terminals
Assistcnt Labor Secretary James
(8e« PORTERS, P«e «.)
Be Sure to
the murder weapon in nine cases
knife in three.
In six slnyings. a man killed an
other man. In five instances, a man
was slain by a woman, and in only
one slaying did a man kill a
The slnyings, in order of their
occurrence, are reviewedI below.
Mrs. (ieorgla Ann Miller, ^ 813
South Walters, was killed. Feb. 11.
bv her stepfather. William Roger Al-
len. 40, who firnl a shotgun blast
through the front door of his home,
S22U, South Wnlters, as Mrs. Miller,
on the outside, was turning the knob
and pushing on the door.
Mrs Miller was attempting to
reach her mother, Mr.. Rebecca Al-
len 39. who Allen had beaten over
the head with th. name gun he used
to kill Mrs. Miller.
Tried In June, Allen was sentenced
to 20 years in the penitentiary.
James Price. 1R. 122° E*",.
ett street, was stabbed to death. May
a. in the 1000 block Of East Crock-
ett, by Morris Denn Howard. 18, JW
Dawson, who dsimed Price had
fought with him earlier at Central
playground. Howard went home for
his dagger, and when he "id'
struck him sgsin. Howard stabbed
Price in the heart. Hovard was killed
in an automobile ■evident on Nov. 20.
Ilis trial had been set tnr Jan. «.
Air Fare# 8t»tt Sergeant Robert
Miller. Jr.. 28. 8*1 Pnitisettla, was
shot f'onr time* J«ne 9, in the 4300
block of Howard, by Ins wife, Mrs.
Marciel Miller, 37, -who sanl h.r much
younger husband bad insulted and
abused ber, and wn» atsmt to kick
her. She fired at him six times
Harrow La* N*»»n. 20, <«» fit.
Martin, was shot to death, June K,
in the 700 block d Whor street, by
Chester Jackson. »0. Tiie two. ear-
lier. had engaged te a fist fiiht.
Tried in Nortesber, |sik«o« wn»
found guilty of ■ranta with malice,
and sentenced U 30 Jr«» in the
Jw R. Stakes. IB U2«l Tueea, wa.
shot to death. June 28. in an ex-
change "f gunfira whk bis 26-.vear-
old stepson, Willlaiii Wndnugton, 26.
They hsd "not ban irtiing sloug for
Hermaa HMu. 82. 714 Albert, was
fatally shot with his own gun, by
Hoover Flint, S8. 1134 Menchaca.
during a struggU, As*. 4, in a 1400
block North Zar*n <*a street tavern.
When Hick# po»«.J » "a at Mint,
following an ai
Mother of Mempliii
By Rats, Indicted
By tha Asaoclatafl Nearo Presa
MEMPHIS—In what many re-
garded aa an nnusual action, the
mother of a ooa-year-old ^ boy who
died sftsr ba wa. chawed by rata
while ho alept, was charged, lart
week, with Involuntary manalaughter.
An autop.7, however, ahowed that
tha baby, Oarald Wayna Roaa. dled
of pneumonia, aaid Pollca Capt. E.
C. Bwann. .
Foliea aaid that Mr)L Georga Boaa.
27, wboaa husband la atttloned with
tha Ate Forca In Spain, was charged
»„ tha groand Hu t Eeglact of the
(Ba* RATS, Faa* »•)
Bv the Associated Negro Press
PHILADELPHIA—I iery NAAC1
lender C--<-il Moore exchanged insults
with a judge here last week in one
of the bitterest court exchanges on
The battle erupted at a bearing
presided over by Magistrate Judge
John P. Walsh for 29 NAA< P pick-
ets arrested in a civil rights demon-
stration at the Union bus term." .
Three interstate busea of the J rail-
ways Bus system were delayed a
half-hour to an hour and n half in a
dispute over hiring Negro dnv£".
Walsh held the 29 in $300 bail
each for court on charges of breach
of peace and fined them $10 «U,'L™
charges of disorderly conduct. They
also were assessed $2.50 costs each.
At one point in the hour-long hear-
ing Walsh told Moore:
"You've been getting away with
murder, but you're not going to in my
Moore replied thnt the NAACP
will "take care of this matter in its
""■There will be another election,"
Moore told Walsh,
"Stand up against me. run against
me, oppose me, and I'll win, ^ nlsh
rC "We all have rights in Philadel-
phia. It's no one-way street/
Walsh reminded Moore that, as
result of the demonstration. .VI pas-
sengers were delayed, including serv-
Moore, an attorney, accused Walsh
of being "derelict" in his duty and
with "not beiug learned in the law.
"Don't tell me my job; I
as well as you, if not better. Walsh
replied. "Don't hold me too cheap;
I don't hold you too high."
Wslsh interrupted the testimony
at one point and demanded to know
why Moore and threa NAAOP leader*
had not been arreated.
It Was a Very
For This Housewife
(Special to San Antonio Register)
NEW YORK—Th. National As-
sociation for the Advancement of
Colored People has put up more than a
quarter of a million dollars for bail
for civil rights demonstrators in 11
cities in seven southern states. Roy
Wilkins, executive secretary, has re-
A total of $26S,570 of the associa-
tion's funds, as of Nov. 30, was tied
up in bail bonds in areas where local
resources were exhausted and where
the authorities refused to accept prop-
erty bonds, demanding cash. The
money is returnable upon final set-
tlement of the cases.
More than half the sum. $154,175,
has been for Jackson, Miss., where
more than 900 persons were r-rreeted
In last summer's demonstrations. Ad-
ditional NAACP funds were made
available for bail bonds in Biloxi
and Clarksdale, Mis*.; Albany and
Coluinbin. Oa.; Raton Rouge and
Shrevepoi't. La.; Charleaton, S. C.;
Memphis. Teun.; St. Augu.tine, Fla.;
and Dorchester, Md.
The *ums advanced by tht NAA
CP are In addiiion to money raised
locally for bail lionds.
A recent United States Department
of Justice survey indicated a total of
more than 1.800 civil right, demon-
strationa in 40 states and the District
of C.dnmbia. between May 2B and the
end of October. Home 10,000 person,
were sr rested for participation it
snch demonstrations during the yesr
"Froze" on Railroad
Tracks, Witnesses Say
A 37 year-old Houston man, itruck by a
night, at the Bast Commerce street croesii
_t _ train, Saturday
_ ce street croesiag of the South-
ern Pacific track*, remained in critical condition, early tM|
Under hospitalisation at the Robert B. Green i* Je
James Wright, oddrees listed aa 4825 Maggie street, Houstom.
Engineer of the 13-car freight train—two loaded, elev«
empty—J. It Mowry, 563 West | -
Highland, and three witnesses told
police thst Wright walked onto the
tracks and appeared to "freete."
"He just stood there," a witness
Tha train, which was traveling
from ona railroad yard to another,
mas traveling about 15 miles per
hour, when Wright walked onto the
Mowr.v blew bia whistle, and. in
an effort to stop, applied brakes and
put the engine in reverse motion, but
was unable to atop In tlma to avoid
hitting Wright, who waa knocked
shout 50 feet. Wright landed besids
The train traveled »ome liO to liO
feet .fter the Impact.
To Kill Himself
By Hanging, Gas
Police reported. Thursday. Dec. Iff
that a 31-year-old East Commerce
1 street man had attempted to commit
By the Aeaoclat.d Negro Tress
GARY, tai~->lrs. linnla hord
tea faa* an engrossing con-
versatlaa wMi a woman she met
whU* Sbappkit downtown. In a
super market. The two derided
ta continue «eir talk aver lunrh
at ■ nearby drug store.
WWI. were tte.len^ed. Taking "himself with
*" r-""? newfound «■»"*" fr0™ " in
disappeared. It was ','ifVicer C. K Bailey stated that
thw that Mrs. Ford discovered f)( K PMkll),. S2U-i
her pane bad been ",iened and
$1,500 which she hml
Required to Close
la. M Thursday nlghf
Dec. TO, about which police
drawn fran the banl«. had been
".■rlllr I Kaat Commerce. Apartment 10. lying
' 11 .i. . _ ,.f ilia nunrtniPlit II KOC»
In San Antonio
on the floor of the apartment, a sec-
tion of towel around his neck, and
the jets of the gas heater turned on.
The other end of the towel had been
attached to a pipe that ran near the
ceiling. ...» i
A fi.'e department inlialator sipiad
administered oxygen and Perkins was
carried to Robert R. Green hospital.
He had lost consciousness.
liailey also reported that Perkins
had requested a friend to write
note for him. nnd had said
was going to kill himself "to i»it te
wife and kids out of their misery.
There was no further elaboration to
ported Mrs. Lillian I)ur.t, SO. «0«
North Meaqulte. "did not give too
much information." she received
wounds that required more lhan
nrr.re of stitches to Hose.
Seven atltchea were taken in her
fate, and sixteen In her left knee
(See STITCHES, Page i.)
Man, 'After' JFK's
An officer, investigating an Aus-
tin street disturbance, said that when
he walked into the house in ques-
tion. a 51-year-old man was holding
the blade of a pocket knife against
the neck of a 16-year-old boy. threat-
ening to kill the youth if he moved
Patrolman Don Brooks reported
that, however, the man surrendered
the knife to him without resistance.
It was reported that the blade
wielder, a victim of lung cancer, bad
recently been discharged from Brooke
General hospital, where he hsd been
»'"• * too violent for treatment.
that l»e . paimrtMl thnt thi
Wounds Man in
Couple Together First
Time Since He Shot
Her in September
A SO-year-old woman .hot *a4
crftle.lly sounded a 81-year-old nH
Christina, day, at Omaha *nd mm-
Hit In the abdomen with a »
calibre bnllet waa Robert Earl 0*
lis., for whom addre**.* were m-
ed on both Ea»t Crockett and M-
He remaina in Robert B. Green k*»-
pital where late*t report* ll*t ■
edition a* "poor."
Arretted aad booked for «*—uU_<e
murder la lb* **** wa* Aula
XnrUv 3Q. 3234 W7onrio«
According t» —^
man aad Wom.a — __
getber "off and o»w for — _
four yMra. On Sept. 10, CatttlS
shot Miss Taylor In an incident M
the 400 block of Hedges. He waa *»
rested and jailed for »a«ult to m»
der, aad remained In jail until aboM
two weeks ago.
She said they had not been t»-
ma* wa* Auk* MM
14 Wyoming Wre*
gether since the shooting, until tim
met Christmas eve. at a party m
Grandmom of 45,
Of 30, Dies at 77
By the Associated Negro Pre**
CfVBLAND, Obi* — Mrs.
Rata* Ik***" '
( week a« th* age ti ll-
Katie SherrOl, wa* torn to *n
Km glial r—»
j m wn'»r*« «*
Mm *ld Cieveiaad Frovtsion ei
paay, died ta 1»»»-
Suit Ties Up
On 50-Cent Bet
By the Associated Negro Press
MIAMI Fla.—Four men who won
a windfall of $24,102.60 on a «0 centa
bet each at Tropical park here re-
cently were engaged in a legal bat-
tle last week when one member of
the group tried to claim the entire
"loot," Insisting he had masterminded
the whole deal.
The legal hassle del eloped when
(See 81'IT. Page i.)
Man Knifed When
These, w*e no ab.i[enui>r
pre-holiday thieverj. lata "
and week end.
Someone with a 'hit."' br« ■
the home *f Jn - Winl.!i.
40. 502 Gabriel dar.ug an ' -
a half periml he v ' " ' 1
day night. I)e-. IT. W in.Id :
the hous* •' S:i" WI.e:. ne rr
at 10. he fotiri that •
entered *nd hcl " <
of beer, and «e.wa! sU'r'
A *180 ellvce sei. n •••■»■■
ment-weddin# Tins' si ". "n'l rn' ■
ment of ether . seli'Y weri' *
from the hear. '
Hichardsoa, &). 14 1 tu!
night, by batr r» '1 '
trance throogb a hedi'ooui v ■ '■
An undetermined i ■ «•1 r
waa taken from a ►■it d. . < "
of the S*st Cwnmi-rie lauuilromat.
2502 East Cotai.. ice Thu ",l;htn
The owner of the bnsliu-
Butler. 801 N' a"1'' .
thief pried off the hwk. and ■; ••
of the machine Nnne of the ■ her
ttuie » ...
AUen, 2).t'l0« s'nelman Mwatk, -, jfe" investigates Row
JSo! In Front of Home
Morning ^w. wo^ed ^ ^ mt Mld that
power mokre* had been ^ w>, knlMi Wedneaday night.
I Dec. 18. when he Investigated * com-
motion in front of hi* home.
Wilts Ellen, 83, 2031 E**t Crock-
.tt, told police th*t h* he.rd *
dis urbance in front of hi*
and. Investigating, decUsed thatthree
or four men w*r* arguing 1» the
'"ho alleged th*t when b* l*«alred
It was reported that the man had
pulled a knife on a physician at
the bof*i»ital. and was shortly there-
The knife wielder told Brook* that
be was after the who killed
The man was booked for aggravat-
ed assault with a knife.
an East Commerce atreet
where they partied all night.
until shortly before 1 o'clock. Chri^
An argument developed, she saM,
when he allegedly insisted on her 90-
companding him to a motel. ^h®
.she refused, she said that he thread
ened to whip her.
At an address at Meaiidlv a*
Omaha, the woman pulled her pi*
tol and fired, striking Collins in tin
Held Friday for
Funeral aervicef were held
morning. December 20, for I
Dilworth. Jr., of this city, who
been confined to Brooke General
pital for 28 days prior to his r -
Tnesdsy morning. December 17.
Dilworth had been a resident M
(See FTNERAL, Page a.)
City, County Record Seven
Traffic Fatalities in 1963
SEVEN Negroes were killed, in 1963, in traffic aocidenU ta
Ban Antonio aad Bazar county, two mora Negro fatalities
than the toll of 1M2, and five more than in 1W1, when twf
persona were killed. .. ..
Two of those killed were pedestrians. Three of the deatM
reenlted from two-vehicle colUaiom. One died aa the viotta
waa hurled from a machine that went out of oontrol, when S
..j mt U'aat Martin and Vnrl
(fl*e WAVE. P»g« *•'
th* electrlcsl wiring to
Meht. In the kl chen.
11.1a the home of Mrs. 8. A.
Beverly, 1«I0 Wyoming *trwt
Beverly, 1QO *y™"i t0 the trouble, oa* 01 xns
. The Uaa* w*. discovered In It. (M ^w*^ J th, rfjht band and
early and damage* wer. |wri(lt Tfct rMP th<* walked away.
failed to negotlat* a mm. and over-
turned. One died when hi* car went
ont of control and slammed Into a
Five *f th* fatal accident* occur-
red within the dtv limit*. Two occur-
red outside th* city limit*, In Bexar
county, although one occurred just
ontaide the Hty, but the vehlde
skidded nearly a block from the
conntv are* Into th* city limit*.
The agea of the accident victims
ranged from 16—a Junior school girl,
engaged to wed—to an 82-year-old
woman. Breiddent of the city for more
than 60 years. She waa <m* of the
pedestrian victim* The other pedes-
trl.B w*» * man 7fl year* old.
n..Ja* lawl*. 47, 842 Acme road,
JOmZ. M.rch St, when the 1964
Bnick he wa* driving wa* In cc 'Hon
at West Martin and North Medina,
with a 10(16 Ford flatbed truck, op^
ated by Alberto Guerra Arrlga, X,
1218 San Lata
Lewi* wss hurled from the soto-
mobile, hi* falling under the dh*
loaded truck, with th* right r*ee
wheel pawing over hi* head. He dkf
IS minute* later.
Mb* Debra Staregr, 16. 323
Home walk, engaged to be man
waa killed almost Instantly, April
when an automoMle being pushed, la
which she we* riding, and her flaa*^
Walter Johnson, 446 Albert walh. e*
the wheel, wss smashed Into by *»
other automobile at North Pan-AsMB"
ican and Moore. Driver «f th* *tta
vehicle wa* William H. Miller, ML
(fee TRAFFIC. Faa* a.)
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San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, December 27, 1963, newspaper, December 27, 1963; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth403679/m1/1/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.