The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee on June 25, 1971 · Page 8
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Nashville, Tennessee
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Friday, June 25, 1971
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THE NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN, Friday, unt 25, J 971 Lyle Fulton Bridge on 1-265 To Be Dedicated July 9 ' The Interstate 265 bridge over the Cumberland River will be dedicated in memory of the late Lyle II. F'ulton Jr. at 10 a.m. Friday, July 9, it way announced yesterday. Gov. Winfield Dunn will be the principal speaker, with State Highway Commissioner Robert F. Smith serving as master of ceremonies. , CONSTRUCTION of the quarter-mile-long bridge was A temporary platform will be erected in one of the westbound lanes of 1-265 for the ceremonies. Traffic will be permitted to use one lane for travel during the event. In the event of rain, the ceremonies will be held in the auditorium of East Nashville Senior High School, 110 Gallatin Road. Fulton was a graduate of that institution. Soft ' During Ordeal -AP Wlrtphoto COVINGTON, Tenn. Donald Brooks, center, is led by two sheriff's deputies .' from the Tipton County Courthouse during the trial in the slaying of Mrs. Cave ; Minor of Ripley, Tenn. Covington Jury Finds Man Guilty Of Murdering Woman in Ripley Cafe , begun in June 1967, by W. L. Hailey and Co., Inc., of Nashville. It was completed at a cost of $2,645,508 and was opened to traffic earlier this year. Lyle Fulton, brother of 5th District Rep. Richard Fulton, died Oct. 17, 1954. He had won the Democratic nomination for the state senate from the 16th District, but the next day went to St. Thomas Hospital for an operation which disclosed he had terminal cancer. FULTON'S WIDOW and other members of his family and associates will be present at the dedication, as will members of the Davidson County legislative delegation and Mayor Beverly Briley. - COVINGTON, Tenn. (AP)-'A Tipton County jury found ."a California Negro guilty yesterday of second-degree murder in the slaying of a Ripley white woman. ' Donald Brooks, 30, of Oakland, was also found guitly on two counts of assault to commit murder. ' HE WAS sentenced to 10 jears in prison on the murder charge and to 2 one-year sentences on the assault charges, to run consecutively. Brooks had hern charged 'with first-degree murder in -the death Sept. 4 of Mrs. Cave Minor. The trial was shifted from Lauderdale lo Tipton County after the defense alleged that pre-trial .'publicity might hinder a fair trial in Landerdale. Meharry Sets Honor Dinner For Dr. Greene Meharry Medical College will hold a banquet at 7 p.m. Wednesday honoring Dr. Theodore C. Greene, professor of 'anatomical sciences at Meharry, who is retiring after 44 years at the medical college. Dr. Greene graduated from Harvard University with an 'Ji B. cum laude in zoology in -1920. In 1924 he received his MD cum laude from Harvard Medical School. In 1925-26 he served as surgical intern at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, working under Dr. Harvey .Cushing, the noted neurosurgeon. . Since 1957, Dr. Greene has served as chairman, acting chairman and professor in the Department of Anatomy at Meharry. . He is a diplomat of the National Board of Medical Examiners and a diplomat of the American Board of Radiology. He is certified in diagnostic roentgenology. Mrs. Minor's throat was slashed with a razor as she attempted to leave a Ripley cafe as a fight broke out. IN HIS opening statements defense lawyer Russell X. Thompson asserted Brooks suffered from temporary insanity because of a beating administered him by others in the restaurant. He later produced witnesses who testified that Brooks was struck on the head by a glass ash tray wielded by a white customer. According lo testimony, Brooks and another black man got into a fight with two white men at the lunch counter. "I DON'T know what went on," Brooks testified when he took the stand Wednesday, "I don't remember. All of a sudden everything went out." The defense produced four psychiatrists who backed arguments that Brooks was not responsible for his action. Brooks broke down several times during his testimony and had lo he helped from the courtroom to regain his composure. "HE HAD a temporary brain injury," testified Dr. J. M. Fidelhollz of Central State Hospital in Nashville, "he was not conscious of any thought process nor was he acting under his own volition." Tuesday, Mrs. Gertrude Boyd, a waitress in the cafe, testified for the prosecution that Brooks first left the cafe and then returned. "The Minors had just gotten up to leave," she said. "He (Brooks) grahbed Cave Minor and cut him and he (Minor) fell behind the counter. "Next, Brooks grabbed Mrs. Minor by the hair of the head and cut her," Mrs. Boyd continued, "She was bleeding to death. I walked in blood to call an ambulance." 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