San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, December 27, 1963 Page: 3 of 8
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i *N J BEVERAC.E MARTS STORK No. 2-Pictured above IiJ'dJ
Bmrflgc Marts Stare No. 2, at the corner of East Commerce and llnckberry
streets. J a J is a locnl corporation operating two stores, and owned
ticlusircljr by Nefio stockholders of Hon Antonio. J'oJ offera for sale fins
liquor, l>eer, and wine*, domestic and imported.
peeifjed for busy Sun Antoninus always ou the go, J *n J drive-up
window, Mown in the lower panel, ha* won approval and acceptance by
thousand* of customer*. Tht covered drive protects J 'n J customers from
bad westher. and lets them shop from their enrs "aa they are." The man-
agement nrffn patrons to use J 'n J drive-up window service for quick
and efficient service.
Because of the Christmss and New
Yesr '• hoi,>Jn, ,11 dmlliari (or
*ilr b« f>nf rarlier for
Ihr l«u«« oI I>«. 1T7, Mill Jnn. 8.
Church. dab. auiiij, aporu ntwi
—AM. »mer»l BK
lot Itlrr than MONDAt
NOON. Dw. 2) am! D«. 30.
Otnlt of ttinuLi. oiraiorlama, aa-
nouMtine&tf. reiiitr ailvrrtlafinent.
all paid publicity, MUST b* recritcd
not later thaa MONDAY AFTKR-
NOON. ■! S o'clock, Dm. 2S and
All di»pl«j 'O'l r1«aaifia4 (dcr-
liwnrnt mint b, w»It*i1 NOT
I.ATf.lt THAN TI ESDAY MORN-
ISO. 10 o'clock, I'cc at and Dm. <1.
PfoarM fron which cut* ar, to b«
made muit b, r»c»lrcd not later thaa
1 a'rlork, Haintdt; aftyraoon, Dm.
21 aad Dm. 28.
(Continued from Psft LI
sn A r:!o-American of T*wt<*». Okls
Johnvon. opersting % ,Fb*
mouth ssdsn. wss being pu*bed smith
<>ii Moore by one J. H. If!f%s. Miller,
in a mi Ford sedsn. rsn s stop sign,
snd sirskh^d Into the Johnson mi-
chine. Miss Storey, s I)ougls*s junior
school student. wss hurled from the
csr. Khe suffered hesd injuries and
s broken neck, and wss dead op sr-
rival st the Robert B. "Green hospl-
DstM O'Rrjsnt. 7*. 1Mt West
laurel, s pedeatrisn. atfftfl down by
.in snt«»©oblle. June 24r st Calebrs
and North Zartsmors. snd dragged
NO feet, died two hours Isfer st Rob-
ert B flreen hospital. Driver of the
rar via listed as Gomes Tarells 0sr-
cis. V 1«27 Vorth Crtwris.
Earl T«n Battles. .12, 1021 North
(Vatrt. returning to the city from s
visit sith relatives In Ooero, wss fa-
tslly injured, Jnly 1. when the pick-
up truck he wss driving, snd s pick-
up truck opersted by Osorge Walter
1,'riKi. Jf.» 22. Route 1, Box
Adkina. »«» In « heart-On collision
on I'. 8. Highway K7. »i« «»''» «■«
•>r I«.p 13, In Briar roiinfy.
Hr»m« travollnr raal. Battle*
ma going went. *hen (irama croMrd
he center itripr. and "truck Battlw
Mn. Isabella ttinmiu. *2. 210
IVeat nlmo*. a pcleetrlan. »<> fatally
injured Nor. ». In the flOO block of
Hedge*, when »he wa« itruck by an
aiitouobila aa "he atepprd from be-
hind , parked rehicle. Sh# iraa pin-
ned agalnit the purled maihuie. Hhe
wss pronounced dead on arrival st
IlnUrt B. flreen hntpltal.
(iperator of tha rnaehin, that
•truck .Mra. Thomas was lltlrd aa
L'aaver Ut Jackaon. 32. 10* Drrim.
Mwrli llraa Howard. 10, KJ7 I)»w-
•oi. waa killed. Nov. 20. at Hujli-
wgT #0. eaat. Juat ontalda th# rtty
limit., when he waa hurled from an
^it-of-control car In which ho waa
/Ming. Threa other men were Injured
i the rar turned over several time*.
The car failed to negotiate a curve
on a detour section of the highwsy
where construction is under wsy. The
vehicle skidded 280 feet from the
county area luto the city limits.
A murder charge was pending
against Howard, for the dagger slay-
ing. May Zi, of Jamea Price, IS, 1220
East Crockett, In the 100 block of
Kast Crockett. Howard's trlsl bad
been set for Jsn. 6.
Kmll Price, Jr., 3.1. 810 South Pine
street, was killed, Dec. 2, when the
compact automobile he wss driving
went out of control and smsshed Into
a utility pole in the 8800 block of
North New Braunfela avenue.
. [Chubby Fears
By the Associated Negro Press
be hsd done much soul sesrehing be-
fore snnoiincing his engagement and
impendins marriage to white beauty
queen Catherine Lodders, Twist king
Chubby Checker confessed, Isst week,
thst he wss quite concerned about
the reaction of members of his own
race to tha romsnee.
Checker made it plain, however,
that he ia not worried about the pos-
sibility thst the interracial marriage
will damage bis career. He pointed
out that the msrringe of fellow en-
tertainer Sammy Davis, Jr., so far
hssn't harmed bis csreer. He added
that he snd his fiance wore prepared
to weather whatever storm that may
arise ss a result of their romance.
His great concern, Checker said,
is thst Negroes will minunderstsnd
the intent, or motive, of the msr-
rlage. "Love!" Checker said, was the
only motive. He aaid he and Miss
Lodders. of Hollsnd, who won the
1962 "Miss World" beauty contest,
love each other madly.
Besides, he ssid, Mine Lodders'
parents snd his own mother approve
the marriage. He described MM Loa-
ders ss sn extremely understanding
Discussing his concern about the
reaction of members of his race.
"I hope my people will understand
that I'm not marrying Catherina be-
cause she's white." He said neither
he nor Miss Lodders is trying to ex-
ploit the other.
"I want it made clear," he ex-
plained. "that I am not marrying
thia girl to better my career. And
she certainly isn't interested in my
money. She has enough of her own."
Checker was msklng It clear he is
not marrying a poor "Ofay" girl. He
said Miss Lodders' father is a weal-
thy executive of the KLM Dutch air-
lines. Her mother is a typical house-
wife. Both showed no opposition to
his romsnce with their daughter, lie
There never was any opposition to
our dating or engagement," Check-
He said bia own mother reacted
cautiously when he first told her
about his intention to msrry Miss
Lodders. "Chubby, is this girl white?"
be quoted his mother ss ssking.
"When I told her yes," he added,
"she said: 'well, you know you're go-
ing to have trouble if you marry her.
You are going to have trouble when
people learn about it.' *
Checker said he pleaded with his
mother not to form sny snsp judg-
ments sbout the girl. Later, when his
mother had the opportunity to meet
her future dsughter-ln-law, she liked
her immediately. Checker disclosed.
He discribed the extent of his love
for Misa Lodders in this way:
"I dsted many, many girls of both
racea. I'ge even gone out with the
daughtere of English royalty—dukes
and earls—but I'vs never felt this
way about a woman ... A man can't
help ths wsy he feels about a girl.
Love la something you can't control."
Checker met Miss Lodders while
b*tk were appearing in a show in
Manna lsst January, liter marrying,
they plan to live in Philsdelphia.
J. Crow Tobacco
By th. A»ocratefl Negro Preaa
LUU1HV1LLE, Ky—Two Tobac-
co Worker. International unloa W-
cala at a cigaratt. factory her,, "®aa
of them an all-Kacro local, bar*
mer«»i«d Into a aiu|lr union. Two other
at anothar cifarett, factory
i>rupoa«l a almllar merger.
action, ar, in lin, with th.
.'a nation-wide program of mrrg
. oil-Negro or predominantly Nafr,
-1Heynold, Mid three, principal ia-
groups work in the aame plant.
l^ie merged locals are at the Brown
and Williamson Tobacco corporation.
E. O. Harvey, Louisville, a TWIU
vice president, said liocal 243 at B
snd W, an all Negro local, was merg-
ed into Local 185 there, a local
which had been integrated eince about
The new local, known as Local 185,
has a total membership of 2,000
Membere of the two locsle, which
have merger plans under way, work
at Philip Morris, incorporated.
Local 16 there haa about 1,500
members, most oi them white. lA>cal
72 at l'hilip Morris hss about 850
members, most of them Negro sea-
Chatman Bibbs. 55, 108 6pruce,
died suddenly st his home, Thursday
morning, Dec. 1®.
Bibbs, it was reported, got «P
from hia bed about 5 o'clock, with
his complaining of a severs headache.
Suddenly he collapsed. He waa as-
aisted in returning to bed, where he
at Rigoulette under the leadership of
Technical Sergeant Howard L.
The group, known as 8t. Luke Lodf*
No. Ill, Is composed of Trince Hall
Mssous from many United States cit-
(Continued from Page
Officer. Mid that Mr,. Dnrat told
a. tht car turnea over •—™ '^dence'ln^aTai^'ahortly before 12
Rive, of tha Xriet I o'clock. Thuradnj night, a man Jump-
Grady WiUiaroa, 27, 628 gurnet. "»■
— F0R V
A Happy, Prosperous New Year
(Continned from Page 1.)
auea wer, at .take—the portera'
monthly work achedule, job protection
About 8,000 portera employed by
Pullman, th. New York Central, the
Chicago, Hock Ialand and Pacific
and the Soo IJn. were Involved.
ed Into th. cab and began alaahing
She received a laceration on the left
i-heek that necessitated aeven atitehea,
and a large laceration on the left
knee that required aixteen atitche,.
Mr*. Durat waa carried to Baptiat
Memorial hoapital by her huaband,
(Conttnu.4 from Pan LI
this city 02 year., with th, exception
of time .pent ia military aervice dur-
ing World War II. II. waa the WD
of Mr.. Mollle I'ita(eralil Dilworth,
and Kmmrtt Dilworth. Sr., now de-
ceaaed, and waa born Ociober x. 1011.
in San Antonio. Ha received hia for-
mal education in th. achoola of thl,
The funeral man. waa held Friday
morning, December 20, at 0 o'cloi-k
at Hi. I'eter, Prince of Apoatlea
Catholic church, with Father O'-
Ilrien, officiating. Interment wa. in
Fort Ham Houaton National ceme-
tery. Sutton and Sutton Funeral
home waa in charge of burial.
Hurvlvora include hia mother, Mra.
Mollie Fltsgerald Montgomery; a Me-
ter, Mra. Thelma Cabneaa; five broth-
era, Clarence B. anil Robert L.
Montgomery, thia city; Otla Mont-
gomery, San Franciaco. California:
Charlea Montgomery, I.oa Angelea.
California; and Harold Montgomery,
atationed with the armed forcea in
Japan; and numernu. other rcla-
tContlnuefl from rar. I.)
take numerous tests not given to |
other stewardesses and was other-
niac discriminated againat beiause
of her rnce by Northwest airlines,
In citing reasoua for her dis-
charge, Northwest officials claimed
that Miss White, ivho wa, a child
prodigy, had been unable to master
emergency cabin procedure.
Following her removal from flight
statin-, last April Misa White was
reassigned to reservations clerk duties
Northwest's Chicago office.
She waa restored to flight duty a
few weeks ai'o after undergoing sur-
gery in Chicago.
The pioneer stewardess is currently
stationed in Minneapolis-St. Paul,
headquarters of Northwest airlines,
and ia assigned to flights operating to
(Continual fr«a U
eral persona, Flint grabbed ths t>l«tnl
snd the two men atrnffle l The gun
was fired a number of time,. IIK k*
waa hit In the let aMonfn Flint
waa wounded la tfca kand.
Edward Hall, Jf, M. of Xerrville.
waa shot to death ftundav. Aug. 2-Y
at Plttman-Rullleaa park, by Hnmer
T. Nlhlett, Si. 11# South Pine
atrect, durln* a baaebaH game.
Niblett became Involved In ar. ar-
gument with Hall'a wife, Mrs. (Daily*
Hall. 37, snd became profane and
abusive. When Hall approached in
find out the cau.. of the commotion,
he wss slain.
Nllilett waa convicted of murder
with malice, and. on Dec B. was aen-
tenci I to years In prison.
I«»ls Miller. 82, 307 Ira Aldrldge.
waa fatally shot, Hept. 2«. br his
wife, Mrs. Msrtha Miller S. in a
row at the family residence. She said
Miller "jumped on her."
Aulrey Hasd, 51, 4.U» Arthur, *a«
shot to death aa ha sat In his auto-
mobile lu the 700 block of Blaine.
Oct. "JO. by Mrs. Bessie Mae ilrlf-
fin. 44). 031 Blaine, his womnn friend
She shot at him five tlm'« when she
noticed lipstick on hia face.
Kellogg McKlnaaa. V>. 204 G..1.1-
sniith. was fatally knifed. Xor. IS,
by .lohn II. Young. 37, lh£! Nolan,
parolee from a Florida prison, in the
INN) block of North New Iraunfela
He was atabbeil to death following hi,
attempt to intercede as |.eacemuker
in an altercation Involving two other
Krederirk Broun, 28. K2 Culr!»rn
avenue, was stabbed to <l»nth, Itfc.
1. in the 100 Idock of Br-.*n all«\v.
nlI«'K<'diy by Katie Mif )lw, «^4,
10ft Brown alley.
.faclison Adams, 23, 317-A
Frederick wslk, wss sh«-t to de«th.
Dec. 15. in the Itsinbow tavera,
South l'inc street, by ki* estranged
* ife. Mrs. Clarice Adamr. 20. Shy ni-
lep.tl he hsd threatened to kill b«r,
and wq« advancing on ber when ehe
While there wss s slight derresse
in homicides for the year, compared
to lllttir. ths suicides doubled—froui
two to four.
Mrs. Ijllian B. Atilwell. 57. f>hot
heraelf to den»h in her home, ®2fi
Mouth Olive. Jan. 12.
Hhe had been under emotional ten*
C larence Saundera, 70, 1625 Mon-
tana, waa found ahot to death, Keb.
6. and a verdict of suicide was re-
fjewis Samuel Moore. 16. 615 North
Centre atreet, improvised a desth
IkhmI thst he placed over hia head,
and into It poured gas fumes from a
hose, May 1. A letter, addreased to
"mv desreaf love,* reflected s frns-
Mra. tilady* finite Anion. 34, 214
Belmont, who suffered a nervous
breakdown in 1002. ahot herself to
death July 10.
(Continued from Page 1.)
St. I'hiiip's college wo* sgain bur-
glarixed Thursday night, Dec. 10, or
Friday morning. On* soft drink mn*
chins waa looted, but two other simi-
lar mnrhir.es were not touched.
Burglars who entered the residence
of Morris Washington. l'12ft Lombrn-
no street, between 4 aud # :4?» o'clock,
Fridsy mominir. rsnsnckeil several
drawers, stole $'J1 from s place under
the bed. and took a man's watch and
cisnrette lighter. Also stolen were
two tire*. The prowler forced en-
trance to the house through the front
Floyd flutton. 24, 44.'-B Del Rio
walk, complained to police that hi"
apartment was burglarised between
10 o'clock, Friday night, and 2
clock Saturday morning. A portni..e
television act valued at $170. and a
$70-rccord player, and perfume were
among the articles known to have
Prowlers *ho burglarized the home
of Mr* Wyetta II. Carter, 88. 412
Roberts street, Mondey, evidently
didn't find what they wanted. Mra.
Carter aaid that they only tore the
wrapping frem some Christmas pack-
(Continued from Pag. 1.)
the other ibrea partners, David Mc-
Millan, Kd Brown and Frank I^ce
Hmlth, filed ault against th. fourth
member, Tommla 1-ee Miller, to pre-
vent him from sending the money.
The four bad inverted .10 cent,
each on . *2 bet on the dally double
that won th. *24.1(K!.«>. It waa be-
llcved then that the four meu would
split the money equally, each receiv.
But then Miller, a delivery man.
let it be known that he intended to
claim all of the mouey, because, he
said, it waa won aa a re«ult of "My
thinkin', my pickin', my bralu. and
mv two bucks."
This infuriated the other three.
who •btainaf ■ eeaat Injoactfas I
Judge Robert H. Anderaon. trteaing
the money and barring Millar froaa
spending snj part of It until Ue suit
MrMlllan. Drowa and ftmith hira4
Atty. Htarr Horton to rep-eae«t the*.
McMillan la a billiard parlor oper-
ator. Brown a porter the Tropical
part, and Pmlth, a truck driver.
G. J. MM
430 N. Cherry St
, FAST DELIVERY!
AiST HOUSTON ST AT
SORTH NI W BRAUNFFLS AVE
I |()l OKS \\ INKS - BEKK
OTHER TSXAS BT0EE8
No 1. !••• Frederlrkshurg Road
'1 .i 4-Mil
So. 4 4H20 Broadway
No. ft 1»00 Broadway
~PK No. • »I0 North 8Ur MaH
... . . ,n/l C.M PMIM PR C-II29
with purchase of carton of Sprite or 7-Up
@ 35c plus deposit
Biscuits rat 7 -- 5c
Limit 3, please, with regular purchase
HARTEX FRESH SHELLED BLACKEYED
SILVER VALLEY BLACKEYED
NO* O Pf ¥ Al IN G Ml SIORH IN IfMAS
PEICES 00 0D OI
H. E. B. 8TOEE8
FRIDAY, and SATUR-
DAY. DECEMBER Sfl,
Limit 2, please, with regular purchase
H. E. B.
FLOUR s 39c
BEANS * 35c
Cokes, 7-Up, Dr. Pepper,
R. C. Cola, Pepsi Cola J 9
FOR BLACK EYE PEAS' GOOD LUCK IN 1964
Salt Jowls » !3c
HICKORY SMOKED SUGAR CURED SQUARES
For Easy Fixin's Fully Cooked Roegelein'g Boneless
Fully Cooked Canned
BAR-S SWIFT PREMIUM or SIGNATURE-SLICED
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Avocados: 2 15c
FLORIDA FIRM RIPE
ctn. of 12 oz.
or more ...
NEBRASKA WHITE U. S. No. 1
TEXAS FIRM CRISP
Carrots ^ 2 19c
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY, JUST TARE THIS C0U- ;
onu iprt VATTD MlfNULY H. E. B.
FOR YOUR REDEMPTION CONVENIENCE:
A BEAUTIFUL NEW EAST SIDE "BRANCH"
Located in the H.E.B. Food Store
410 North New Braunfels
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