San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, November 12, 1954 Page: 1 of 8
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San Atstotvio register
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RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS
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f ol. 24—No. 48
VVitli Supplement. Out of City. 12c
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. TOMMY, NOVKMIlhU 12, 1#54
With Supplement, Oat of Cllj, lie
the SAN ANTONIO and
SOUTH TEXAS News
While If is NEWS. Com-
plete Notional and World
Wide News Coverage.
ITS YOUR NEWSPA
S. A. MAN SHOT TO DEATH BY WIFE'S LOVER
THEVRK IN THE RUNNING—I'lotufM'nnovfc are just four of tlie
dozens of cutleit entered In Carnation's Healthy Baby contest, which
will eonie to A close neat Wcdiiesitay, Nov, 17, with final Judging to be
beld Dec. 8.
Top, left. Ir Linda Joyce Dlhvortll, nine-month- old daughter of Mrs.
Minnie Lee Dilworth 407 Hudson. Right is I'ntrlcla Ann Tolbert, 10
months old, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Tolbert, 418 San Salva-
Bottom, left. Karen Paulette High, four months, daughter of Mrs.
Margie High, l.ri07 Burleson. Right, Roland Carl Turner, eight mouths.
Bun at HI aft Sergeant and Mr*, fc'l.nel Turner, 148 Baxter.
School Will be
SEGl'IN, Texas—Dedication serv-
ices for the recently completed l.i'/,-
lie M. Burgess Elementary school
will he held In the school audito-
rium, at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon,
Nov. 14. Open house will follow
frotn 4 to 0 o'clock.
Principal speaker will lie Mrs.
Allee James Mitchell, a native of
fieguln and former student of the
school's namesake. Mrs. Mitchell
now resides in Houston.
Miss Burgess for whom the school
Is named, was a unlive and life-
long resident of Guadalu|ie county.
She spent more than 40 year* In
the classroom here, and many of
the present Instructors of the sc hool
were her pupils.
The new school has 14 class-
rooms, a 400 capacity eafetorlum,
and is acclaimed as the most modern
In the city.
The genernl public is Invited to
attend the ceremonies and make
Inspection of the new school.
San Antonian Found
Unconscious in Street
Leslie Weld), 118 Daiton alley,
was found lying unconscious, Sat-
urday night. In the 400 block of
Milam, with a large hump on his
forehead, and a cut on the back of
bis head. It was not Immediately
ascertained how he received the in-
S. African Racism
By the Associated Negro Tress
LONDON—South African seg-
regation laws were denounced,
last week, as all offense against
human rights and "the divine
law as set forth In the Bible."
The British Council of
Churches — a fellowship com-
posed of most Christian denom-
inations in Britain—unanimous-
ly approved the resolution con-
demning South Africa.
South Africa's Native Re-
settlement act was assailed by
tlie churchmen as well as the
Bantu Education act. The coun-
cil said the acts "will insure
the mental, as well as the phys-
ical segregation" of Negroes
and deny them any place in the
white community above the lev-
el of laborers.
For Fight, Knifing
At Library A u d
Charles Evans, 25, 827 South
Cherry, anil Kenslo Davis, 30, 421
Hays street, were booked for fight-
ing, following an affray, Wednes-
day night. Nov. 3, at Library audi-
torium, and In which Davis was
stabbed In the shoulder, and Evans
right cheek was lacerated.
An argument in the rest room
allegedly resulted in Davis's striking
Evans. Evans then followed Davis
upstairs to the dance floor, to ask
Davis why he had struck him
(Evans), ii: was then, according
to Evans* statement to police, that
Davis knifed him.
No All-Negro Units Now
Exist in Military Services
By the Associated Negro Press < #
WASHINGTON—All-Negro units have been abolished within
the military, and integration has been carried out ahead of
schedule without any "untoward incidents," a Defense depart-
ment report said last week.
A "miked increase in over-all combat effectiveness" and
economies in manpower, material, and money have been the
practical results the report said.
The statement said the program
«f integration "has advanced more
rapidly than had been considered
possible in some quarters."
"There are no longer any nll-Ne-
gro units in the services," the report
added. The "few" army units still
carrying racial designations in the
lecords Include "a considerable pu»-
portion of non-Negro personnel"
and where a small unit may be
found containing only Negro per-
sonnel, the condition Is tradXuit."
The report stated that one of the
last "formal barriers" to integra-
tion was shattered last March when
(he Dew give np Its practice of
maintaining separate recruitment of
Negroes as stewards.
It was pointed out that imple-
mentation of policies providing for
equality of opportunity among civil-
ian employees of the Defense de-
partment "lags far behind" the
military Integration program.
In another field, the report said,
"much remains to be done" to Im-
prove community-military relation-
ships regarding race.
-"It Is paradoxical," It added, "that
the Negro citizen In uniform has
frequently been made to feel more
nt home overseas than In his home
Body 13 Months
To Get Charity
Man Booked for Murder
In Death of Nine
Months Old Son
By the Associated Negro Press
BROOKLYN—A father who se-
creted the body of his nine-month-old
sou in n shallow cellar grave and
kept his name oil the relief roll from
September, 11)53, to May, lD.VI, was
booked on a homicide charge last
James Steward. 30, reportedly con-
fessed to Detectives .lames Porter,
Herman Race and Frauk Smith,
who cracked the case after several
months' Investigation. He led them
to n cellar and showed them bones
he said were those of his son, nbout
one foot deep under a pile of rub-
Steward first told officers the
child met death accidentally, and
then that he beat the Infant, David
Lee Steward. He said he hid the
child's body localise he didn't want
the family's relief checks reduced.
The investigation was launched
after Steward wrote to the weifnre
department saying "X am sorry for
Wbflt I did." He supposedly liVM
in the same house as Dclorcs Fra-
iler, mother of the child.
The woman driver of an auto-
mobile was severely injured, her
11)40 model car was demolished,
and the truck Into which she crash-
ed was damaged In excess of $600,
In a collision, Friday evening on
Highway 281, south.
The woman was Mrs. Minnie Thet-
fortl CrUu (wlilte). 58 year* ol«l.
Route 7, Box 312. She received
multiple scalp lacerations, a badly
lacerated left hand, and other in-
juries the seriousness of which was
not Immediately ascertained.
Driver of the truck was listed
as Bertha Charles, 53, 211 Nebras-
ka. He was driving a 1051 Chevro-
let two-ton flat-bed truck, north.
Mrs. Crisp, in a 1040 Chevrolet se-
dan, was some five feet across the
highway center strljie, traveling
Mrs. Crisp's car crashed into the
side and rear of the truck. Owner
of the vehicle driven by Charles was
listed as IUchard Shannon, l.r»0
Apache street. Charles, and a pas-
senger In the truck, David Bedford,
escai>ed Injury. ^
Woman Tears Up
To Use Pistol
A 28-year-old Fitzgerald walk
woman who, in high temper, wreck-
ed the house, and. brandishing a
gun, ran out, threatening to shoot
herself, and anyone who tried to
stop her, was arrested Saturday
night, and booked for unlawfully
carrying a pistol.
Mrs. Elzle Jackson, 231 Fitzgerald
walk, who had summoned police,
complained to Officer C. D. Har-
wood that her sister, Mrs. Sallie
C. Holmes. 28, became angry and
"tore up the house."
Then, arming herself with a re-
volver. she dashed out, saying that
she was going to shoot herself, "and
anyone who tries to stop me."
Harwood chased the woman,
caught her, and took from her a .22
calibre revolver, containing five bul-
She was carried to headquarters
To Serve onN. 0.
By the Associated Negro Press
NEW ORLEANS — I-ending Ne-
groes of New Orleans, appointed by
Mayor del>sseps Morrison, on n
"Mayor's advisory committee" dub-
bed In New Orleans as the "Uncle
Tom" committee, have balked and
most of them are refusing to serve.
Some say that they were not re-
quested to serve before their names
were announced. Others say they
object to a strictly Negro committee
for anything. Still others sny that
the committee Is Just a dodge.
Troubles have arisen before due
to this type of committee. I.ast
year, J. Westbrook Mcl'herson, Ur-
ban league head; C. C. Dejolip, Jr.,
editor of the Louisiana Weekly; Er-
nest Wright, director of the Peo-
ple's Defense league; Daniel Bird,
secretary for the NAACP, and others
refused to serve because of the Jim
Crow-aspects of the situation, tliey
Negro Now in Congress
ny the AsH6clated Negro Pre**
CHICAGO—More Negroes will sit in the Congress of the United
States than at any other time »inoe Reconstruction days.
The landslide election of Charles 0. Diggs for congressman
from Michigan's 13th district (in Detroit) means three Negroes
will go to Gapiitol hill this year. ,
Diggs, first Negro ever to be elected to congress in Michi-
gan's history, plowed under his Republican opponent. Landon
King, by a four-to-om* vote margin.
His father Is a former state sen-
ator and Diggs also served in the
state legislature in Michigan.
The other two Negro representa-
tives to congress, Adam Clayton
Powell of New York's 10th district
and William L. Dawson of Illinois'
First district also won by whopping
Powell polled 42.014 votes as con-
trasted to his titl-year-olld Negro
opponent, Harold Burton's 8.744.
Dawson beat his opponent, Ge-
noa Washington, Chicago southslde
hotel owner, (54.407 to 22,087.
Chicago, New York Ix»ad
Chicago and New York led the
nation with the number of Negro
candidates who took office.
Fred (Duke) Slater (I).) was
reelected as judge of Chicago's
municipal court. (Jeorge Barnes
(D.) was also elected to the court.
In the state senate race, Fred J.
Smith (D.) was elected to succeed
C. C. Wlmblsh. Rep. Corneal Davis
(D.) was reelected to the state house
of representatives from the first
district, while James 1*. Carter won
in the tbir-i
Democrau Charles M. Skyles and
Kenneth Wilson were reelected from
the fifth district. Republicans Wil-
liam H/ Robinson and Finest A.
(Jreenc Won. bringing the Negroes
who will go to Springfield to seven.
Profit in Demo Sweep
In New York, Negro Democrats
running for office in the boroughs
of Manhattan. Bronx and Brooklyn
were Swept Into offce in one of tlie
worst RepuMican defeats in the
state's history. In one of the quiet-
est campaigns in Harlem in years,
Oemocratic candidates swamped Re-
Fropi the 21st district race for
state senator, Democrat James Wat-
son beat John A. Boss. 42.932 to 13.-
780. For the assembly from the
11th district. James C. Thomas (D.)
whipped Albnn Martin 12.100 to 2,-
The first Negro woman to hold
office in the state assembly Is Deino-
(See THIRD, Page 3.)
-> Btiltd'to Ills mother-in-law's
IN"* of the house was the sen-
tence dealt ».. Dakota street
man, after a Monday, midnight,
disturbance at i Nel
Tlie man's wife complained
■Kent'' he' had slapped her
around. The investigating offi-
cer said that the' man, who
|iad beau drinking, was still ar-
guing when he -arrived on the
'Hie officer reported that he
settled the rurkus when he got
the man to agree to remain In
bis inotlier-in-law's part of the
house the rest of the night.
Pnet'ial to "San Antonio Register
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — A two
day emergency conference of branch-
es of the National Association for
the Advancement of Colored People
will be held here during the Thanks
giving day week-end, November 20-
'27. The conference, to be Attended
by delegates from Delaware, Mary-
land, New Jersey, West Virginia,
Pennsylvania, Virginia, and the
District of Columbia, will consider
problems arising out of the deseg-
regation of public schools In those
states and in Washington.
Following anti-integration demon-
stration in White Sulphur Springs,
W. Va.; Milford, Del., and Balti-
more and Washington, the NAACP
board of directors authorized the
calling of the emergency conference.
An analysis of these Incidents and
suggestions for dealing with tliera
will If presented by Dr. Alfred Mc-
Clung Lee, Brooklyn college sociolo-
Reports on the various incidents
will be made by local representa-
tives. T. (J. Nutter of West Virginia
will tell the story of White Sulphur
Springs. Mrs. I.iille M. Jackson will
report on Baltimore, Eugene David-"
son on Washington, and John W.
Flamer on Milford.
Dr. Channlng H. Tobias, chair-
man of the NAACP hoard of direc-
tors will deliver the keynote, address
at the opening session. Friday.
Saturday will be devoted to dis-
cussions of ways and means of or-
ganizing community support for In-
tegration and of working with school
bonrds to Implement the program.
Among speakers scheduled to ndj
dress these sessions are Rev. C;
Anderson Davis, president. NAACP
branch, Bluefield, W. Va.: George
Schermer, director. Philadelphia
Fellowship commission: Herbert
Hill. NAACP labor relations assist-
ant; Robert L. Carter. NAACP as-
sistant special counsel; Dr. Mar-
garet Just Butcher, member, Dis-
trict of Columbia board of educa-
tion; and Spottswood W. Robinson,
III, NAACP attorney for Virginia.
INJURED IK FIGHT
Moses Hammond, 2210 Wyoming
street, was treated at Robert B.
Green hospital, Saturday, for head
Injuries, received in an altercation
In the 200 block of South New
Hammond was reported to have
been Involved In a fight with a man
who struck bim with a rock.
Snatched as Fare,
iwaen a taxi driver
ikcvm rrtmUeU In both
ested with one Uelpg
laaauit and (heft
undeMWpsfva Th# other for being
drunken# case was to be further
investigate by A. fi. BooTioiit, tail
Lester Stauffer, 722 Refugio,
Checker Cab driver, said that lie
had picked up two men nt Daw-
son and New Uraunfels, and thnt
he became Involved in an argu-
ment with one of them.
One of Hie men, Stauffer de-
clared, tried to figlit him. Ills com-
panion, however, attempted to
quiet the belligerent one.
When Stauffer attempted to call
for help over his radio, he said that
one of the. men snatched the micro-
phone from tlie dashboard and slug-
ged him over the right eye. Hot Ii
men then fled, carrying the mike
The two were apprehended at
North Cherry and East Commerce,
and Identified as John O. Todd
nnd Jeff Clack, Jr., f,02 Nevada
street. Todcl was allegedly tlie man
who struck Stauffer nnd carried
away the microphone. lie denied
Clack told Investigators that
Stauffer started the argument, and
struck Todil first. Clack directed
officers to a spot in a cemetery on
East Commerce, where the micro-
phone was recovered.
Todd won hooked for simple as
sault and theft under $50. Clack was
booked foi* drunkenness.
No Clue to Whereabouts
Of Singer Who Leaves
(Special to 8nn Antonio Register)
NEW YORK—-Second tenor Jim*
my Van Loan of Hilly Ward's Domi-
noes, grieving over the recent death
of his mother, disnp|»cared from his
hotel daring the wee hours Sandfly
morning, and hasn't been seen or
heard from since.
He left a note behind, addressed
to Ward and Mrs. Hose Marks,
manager of the vocal group, which
"Words are hard to find nt this
moment. I don't know how to begin
such a letter as I search for an ex-
planation and try to understand
what I am about to do. This may
cause me to tail by the wayside but
that is the chance 1 must take.
"I love you both and everyone in
the group. Hut my heart Is heavy
and my mind is burdened. I will
never be the same after losing my
mother. I have tried to l*» happy
through the day but at night I
cry and yon will never know how
much I am grieving.
"There Is one thing I must say:
I will never meet anyone ns sweet
as yon two. You both are the great-
est In my heart. May the Lord bless
and keep you both always." It was
signed "Your loving son. Van."
Frantic efforts by Hilly nnd the
entire Domino organization, news-
paper, television nnd radio appeals
failed to glenn any word from the
missing singer. His wife nnd child in
Philadelphia were fearful that he
would make a tragic move. New
York detectives and agents from
the missing person's bureau also
failed in efforts to locate him.
So that the Dominoes would not
have to enncel a three.-wcek en-
Kagement in Basin 'Street, Joseph
Van Loan, brother of the missing
tenor, Joined'KHtv W^rd.
Few Days Before, Slain Man
Had Fired at "Other
Man" With Shotgun
A 30 year-old San Antonio man, who, Thursday, Nov. 4, had
fired a shotgun at his wife's 22-year-old lover, was shot to
death, late Sunday night. Nov. 7, as he sat in the rear seat o(
his automobile, parked in the driveway of the 100 block of Erost
Shot twice in the left chest was Antonio Jackson, 30, 1345
Westfall. A third bullet, from a .32 calibre automatic, had hit,
and broken, a live 1'J-guage shotgun
shell in Jackson's breast pocket. The
shell deflected the bullet, as only
two wounds were found in Jackson's
A loaded 12 gunge shotgun was
found on the floor of the car in
which tlie man's body was found.
Krnest Henry, Jr., 22, <520 South
Oevers street, has given a signed
statement admitting the shooting.
Henry was I/ooked for murder
nnd Jailed. A formal murder charge
w:i* filed against him, Monday*
TENTH OF YKAK
It marked the lentil homicide
of the year involving Negroes,
and (lie third in 15 days, as
the city lias suddenly been he-
set by au upsurge ill blood-
letting, following a compara-
tively long period without a
SHOOTING. NOV. 1
Henry admitted that lie has been
going with tlie slain man's wife.
Mattie Lee Jackson. 2.", since Aug-
ust. According to (K»li«*e records of
Thursday. Nov. 4. he bad been fchot
at by Jackson on that date. Henry,
on that afternoon, had been at a
bakery in the 200 block of Meer-
scheldt making a purchase, when.1
he claimed, Jackson announced thai I
he was going to kill him.
Jacksou then went to his car. got
a shotgun, and fired once at Henry
who had taken protection behind a
telephone pole. Following the shoot-
ing, Jackson drove away. There was
no report of his having been ap-
prehended or filed on in this shoot-
As Mother Trips,
Woman Uses Foot to Trip
Son Threatening Cop
Then Takes Knife
A 24-year-old |s»lice character,
Saturday, who defied an offu-er,
threatening him with a knife, \\»%
tripped, grounded, and disarmed hy
bis mother, who feared that the
officer, who had drawn his revolver,
was going to shoot.
The mother had originally « alje<l
police to arrest her son. who t>be
said was drunk nnd creating a dis-
Moses Wcstinan. 24. was arrested
and booked for disturbing the
Mrs. Crist ina Neal. 712 Saa
Fernando, who hail summoned |»o-
lice, told Patrolman Tom *'havei
that ij»e wanted her son arrested,
that rftf was creating a disturbance
lu the neighborhood.
('have'/, said that he contacted
Westiuan In the rear of 71H Sua
Fernando. Westiuan, he said, stnrteA
cursing nnd yelling, and challenged
Chavez to arrest him If he was bl®
Wcstman allegedly pulled a knife.
Henry Gives Statement n„(I advanced on f'hsve* who kept
Henry, in his statement of the I Wf»stmnn hack, by punching hint
Sunday night slaying, said thnt Mrs. | fn (j,e *t0maeh with his night stick.
Jackson had telephoned him nbout — * -* - *
lock in the evening, with Hen-
ril TIM - If ry's claiming that he "hung up on
10 Ifl C C t Here her," after telling her that he did
A conference of the officers of
American Legion posts of the Sixth
division of the Legion, will Ire held
here, Saturday and Sunday, Nov. i:t
and 14. All sessions will he held at
Douglass junior school. Dr. Melton,
the Sixth division commander has
This conference will bring to San
Antonio the highest ranking Le-
gionnaires in tlie state. Including
the state departmental commander
and the state adjutant. Dr. Melton
Hosts to the confertnce are the
three local American Legion posts,
No. 800, fJeorge Washington Car-
ver; No. 828. Fred Brock, and No.
871. Abraham Lincoln.
The session will get under way
Saturday morning nt 0 o'clock.
Proposal to End
Greek Letter Bias
By th. Associated Negro Tress
BOUIiDKK. Colo. — President
Ward Darley last week voted to
postpone a motion by university re-
gent Vance Austin which called for
the eliminating of discriminatory
clauses In the constitutions of fra-
ternities aitil sororities located on
the campus of the University of
Colorado, , ,
The hoard of regents was dead-
looked three to three on the motion
and Darlev dnst the deciding vote,
which for tlie moment. Silled the
hopes of minority Btudents for full
participation in campus activities.
Ill voting for the postponement.
Parley stld he felt thnt there had
been Uiuft4e<l1iate time' for the
students anil tlie university staff to
consider the matter.
In explaining his position on the
issue, Darlev pointed out thnt Ire-
fore the molloti was announced at
an Oct 1 meeting, he had a joint
meeting on this discriminatory
' with representatives of
,nt goyeitimenr and the
committee of the faculty,
t meeting, the committee
(See vera, Page S.)
|| "hand euT
•■-Inter-"-'1' " that'resulted be-
eeueSSe "went home lute," sent
Jlmmif Havncs 1235 Rives 'street,
to Ro&rt B. Green hospital for re-
paifa?8atunl#.r. He was cut on the
right hand, he told officers, by
hi wMe. llit. Alberta Unines,
Wife on Way
To South Africa
Bv the Associated Negro TresB
BROOKLYN — Bishop Frederick
Jordan, and his wife, Artishia, left
here last week for the I'nion of
South Africa, where they will su-
jiervise the work of the AMI' church
in Capetown for the coming two
It marks the third trip to Afri-
ca by the Jordans. The first one in
April, 1953, was unsuccessful be-
cause the Jordans were not i»ermit-
ted to enter the Union.
In January. lfi."»4. they were grant-
ed two 80-day visas for Central
Africa. Their subsequent admittance
for two years came as a surprise to
observers in both the United States
and South Africa.
The Malan government lins a no
admittance policy on American Ne-
groes who want to come to the
Jordan took 800 jiounds of cloth-
ing for the Africans ns well as a
brand new station wagon to assist
In his missionary activities.
Besides clothing. Jordan took 1.1
communion sets, 1,000 disciplines
(AMR law book). 1.000 catechisms,
and 200 church hymnals.
BITTEN ON LIP
Mrs. Bernlce Miles, 205 Canton,
was treated at Robert B. Green
hospital, Monday, for a badly laeer-
not want" to see her. as It might
cause trouble between him and her
She called a second time, he said,
and again lie hung up.
The third time that she called,
however, he agreed to meet her.
She said that her husband had gone
to a night club on the west side
When they met. at Houston and
Oevers, the woman, he stilted, want-
ted to go to a hotel room, but Henry
declared that he insisted on going
to a well-known Nebraska street
tavern, where they drank "a few
bottles of beer."
Earlier, Mrs. Jackson had left
her three-year-old son at a friend's,
Mrs. Beatrice Stanley, 14(1 Eross.
She decided to pick up the boy, and
she and Henry went to the house
in a cab.
Howevef. when they approached
the place, they saw Jackson sitting
in tlie rear of his car, parked in
Henry got out of the cab. after
he had ordered the driver to go
around the corner. He said that he
was going back and find out why
Jackson had tried to kill him a
few days before.
Henry walked back, approached
the parked car. and. allegedly, asked
Jackson why he had tried to kill
According to Henry. Jackson an-
swered that he would "finish the
job now," nnd reached toward the
Henry shot nt Jackson three times,
As Westman advanced a second
time, the officer's stick *lip|>ed
from his hand, and he pulled hifl
revolver and started to fire at West-
man. warning him to drop tb0
Mrs. Neal. seeing thnt Chavez in-
tended to shoot, used her foot to
trip her son. then took the knife
away from him.
Chavez told Wcstman that he
did not want to hurt him. but thai
he would get hurt if lie did not sur-
render. Wcstman then peacefully
(See I.OVER, Page 3.)
S. A. Man Beaten,
Kicked in Ice
In an altercation Wednesday
night. Nov. 3. at Lamar and Ne\l
Brannfels, Lnwson Phillips. r»8. r»L'J
Rudolph, was beaten and kicked
nbout the face, and Joe Williams.
30. 1302 Lamar, was arrested and
booked for aggravated assault.
According to a witness. Billy J,
Roberts, a BAMC soldier, who stop,
ped the fight, and held William#
for police. Phillips and William*
liecame Involved in an argument
and fight, at an Ice station.
Roberts intervened when Williaml
started jumping off a high cur#
outo Phillips' head, kicking and also
beating Phillips with his fists.
The profusely bleeding and very
Woody Phillips was carried to Rol*
ert B. Green hospital. There, how-
ever. he refused to lie treated and
walked out. ^
"Healthy Baby" Contest
Ends Wednesday, Nov. 17
WITH Carnation's first annual "Hometown Healthy Baby"
contest to close next Wednesday, Nov. 17, Register is bracin|
for another deluge of entries.
Although entries have rolled in steadily since the conteal
got under way on Oct. 8, it is expected, that with only five day!
remaining to enter, that Register will be veritably flooded witb
late and last minute candidates for the $500 in cash prizes.
The contest was launched to find! stores.
the healthiest and cutest MCarna-1 The first prize is *300. Second
tion baby" among the children of prize Is $100, and there are fottf
renders of Register.
Entrance requirements are very
she had been bitten by her hits
band, John Miles. 32, during a fight.
ELDERLY MAN DIES
Albert flnbrlel, 73, 816 South Wal-
ters, 111 for two weeks, died Fri-
day afternoon. Police Officer W.
W. Schriever. called to the house
when Onbrlel's landlady became
alarmed over his condition, had the
man carried to the hospital, where
he was pronounceij dead on arrival.
write. A child entered must not be
over three years old and has been
fed on Carnation milk.
The only thing to he done l» to
send to Register a picture of the
child, or children, along with a
properly filled-out entry blank.
These blanks may be secured at the
offices of Register, neighborhood
groceries, ice houses, doctors' offi-
ces, clinics, and neighborhood drug
prizes of $iir> eucli. All prizes 11*
In addition, parents of the
three winners will receive
soniely framed enlargements
Screening of pictures and sna^
shots Is already under way.
Final Judging has been «et tcf
Friday nee. S, at a place to be it
notineed next week.
Five days remain to enter cblk
(See CONTEST, r«*» «.>
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San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, November 12, 1954, newspaper, November 12, 1954; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth403775/m1/1/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.