Philip Contino is mentioned in this article

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in peb- o .Ra ' "'mUlli-story garage; Bowser'i (own Ferguson Soys Threats also first corps lec- jiis- called .him the the Pius-XI, 'work foiir -In Bulgaria apostolic became Republic. de chosen Valerio 1 Pope 2),, Testimony conflicting; '.with al confession' lie sighed July 22 was offered from .the 'witness; sland today by William' /Raymond Ferguson, 32^'bf 'Asburjt ^Park, N.J.,'.ori trial irr.^Tth District Court .for;';armed..rob(e'ry..' ... Ferguson] iii' .testimony, 'today, pictured' himself as ; a stranger in Amarilio -vVhb;i feared · for his :life^bnVJUly;,.'21'^s Jh'eJ.'paftl;- cipated -' in ''the' ''armed ',' rbbberj of Cut Rale -Liquor Store, 2300-D W. 6th.' . . ' . ". .·:- ' / '.,-.,.' Ferguson., saiO. he assisted William '(illative Layman, '25. of Oak -Hill, y'X.i'' In the armed robbery, because. Laynian ', had threatened to .fill Ferguson's stomach " f u l l o f lead 1 ' it Feffe'ii- son' -. didn't.- obey. Layman; Ferguson* "said Laynian .was »rmed - · with . ·.'·*'. cnliher automatic' 'at ttie time of the threat. on /July 21, , shortly ... ,,..,,,.....i« AND ' VICINITY i Jtosl cloudy arid cook continued today tlirouj Wcdntsday. LlRht rain or drizzle .1 tii2hl'and Wtilnndiy. 'Hith. t«!iy..i low lonUht-40; hi ah Wednesday 52.. , PANHANDLE,AK;D SOUTH PLAINS Moitly cloudy, not rhurh chanfe.' Wednesday..' Occasional llelit through -.Panhandle - 'acrlcultural ;.tr tonight arid Wednesday, arid -6n tl Sfjulh Plain* today. 1 '· ' ' · ' NEW : MEXICO: Cloudy this nw.nln Occasional showers In' lhe:ft[n Gf · Valley' eashvard.' Parlly cloiidy Aflcrrioon and tonight Wednesday co llnucd c'oL* ' ' * ' . . · SUNSET looW: 5:J7 p.m. SUNR1S Wednesday: 7:CS a.m. Auto public liabliliy. properly (iania .Insurance, o.. .pR3-^33^.· 'Cfore the two Hieh entered the quor store. Ferguson described tiimselt is man who didn't want to gel Inlp bubie, a man .who doesn't ;be^ eve in weapons of any sbrl,"wh6 pesn't believe . in committing rimes-'and a . man who never ses pbscen^ Ja'nguage or profan- y. H e . s a j d .he never..received ibney. from' the'robbcry; /''' · The confession Ferguson signed n July 22iWas read to the 47th istfict Court jury-by .Asslstani District. Allorne'y Jess Dickie. The confession'was a recital ol a. 'planned .robbery to which Fcr jusph had agreed in conversation vith'- Philip";.,Anthony' Contiho, - 42 manager, of'thVNclson-Hotel, 20- in a-'room in the hole about a n . hour and a Half-before Layman-. : and Ferguson · ohterei :n6.1!qilor slbre. ; The confession said Fcrgilso okayed 'his part in the robber n n d . thai 'Coniino gave hirti sla'pper (lealhcr - blackjaek-typ weapon) before Ferguson left Ih Nelson Hotel. The confession sai Ferguson 'received' ?40 : as h "cut" of the fruits of the robbery Testimony about (lie robber as il was in. progress .came ' day ·from'' four men who wcr the. robbery victims. They '\Vcr Carl Blackmail, manager 'of th liquor store; Philip Reid, 'sale man .at -the 1 liquor .store.; Nca orb near the liquor siorc, and Li. Swafford, auditor for o n c a Wholesale Mercantile ompany, who 1 Is .a friend of Slack'man: ; · ·Biabkihati and Reid were in ie : store wh'en Layman and Feruson Feruson -entered. Crawford -and livafford came;in a fciV niiriviles afcr,_ac'coi'ding-.lo tcstjmoriy, ' Each refilled FCrgiiWil's |t«rt Ih the ' holdup'-- Incllniliig Ftr- guson's hilling lielil with a filapjier, his sl^rl to lie up fho victims 'as they lay o"n ' th'plr the back room of the -^Pagb 2) (See Information Meet On U. S. 40 Slated ·'K geriernl IntornihUoii meeting on operation arid design of U.S. Intel-stale .40 will' be held 'at. Municipal A u d i I o r i u Wednesday. The foinial meeting starts al-2 p.m. There will be on display al the auditorium a number of exhibits exhibits which, show ip detail the design of the east-west pxnrc'ss- way, and a. nuriibcr. of engineers to discuss personal : problems with -people,who live along the 13th-Woiflin avenue route. These will be opened to' the public from 10 a.m.' throughout (be day. ' This will not be a public heai- irig bri route'br location.. provo h i rush n iy Scei'Comparc 1 ! Ftftltirct. Prices.' Holpolnl of as of i.--, I . · - , . · · ' . / ' ' i ·: . Seel L'omparcl reJlutf!. Crawford, operator, of ;a .drug ranM».--SmiUvt SOM. -tis N.- Filimort. 1 tnil

Clipped from The Amarillo Globe-Times28 Oct 1958, TuePage 1

The Amarillo Globe-Times (Amarillo, Texas)28 Oct 1958, TuePage 1
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