Friday, November 8, 2013

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Sitting in Dallas District Court during the hearing on whether Jack Ruby, night club operator charged with slaying President Kennedy's assassin, will be released on bail, were members of his family. From left: Earl Ruby, a brother; Mrs. Melinda McKimball, secretary to member of Ruby's legal staff; Mrs. Eva Grant, a sister, and Sam Ruby another brother.


Mrs. Eva L. Grant Sister Of Jack Ruby Who Shot Lee Oswald


Mrs. Eva L. Grant Sister Of Jack Ruby Who Shot Lee Oswald

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Earle Ruby holds up the 38 caliber colt cram with the original evidence tag.


Houston attorney Percy Foreman (shown in '64 photo) arrived here 11/10 and his presence touched off speculation that he might replace or join former Birmingham (Ala.) Mayor Arthur Hanes Sr. as defense counsel for James Earl Ray, accused assassin of civil rights spokesman Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Foreman successfully defended Candace (Candy) Mossler against murder charges in a sensational Florida trial and was part of the defense team of attorneys for Jack Ruby, slayer of Lee Harvey Oswald, alleged slayer of president John F. Kennedy.


Mrs. Grant, sister of Jack Ruby, and Sam Ruby hides her face from photographers as she leaves courtroom late 4/29 following end of a hearing on a motion for a new trial for the convicted killer of accused presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald Judge Joe B. Brown denied the new trial and defense attorneys immediately served notice of appeal to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. At the beginning of the hearing earlier 4/29.


Mother Oswald Talks About Ruby Verdict--Mrs. Marguerite Oswald, mother of accused assassin of President Kennedy,interviewed by American Broadcasting Company newsman Joe Graham the conviction and sentencing today of Jack Ruby to the chair for the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, her son. Mrs. Oswald "I would have preferred that he (Jack Ruby) had been given life parole instead of the electric chair. I don't believe in punishment.


If Dist. Atty. Jim Garrison has been ruffled by disclosures denting his theory that Lee Harvey Oswald, Jack, Ruby and businessman Clay Shaw were lined by a mysterious post office box number he doesn't show it.


Doubts Ruby could get Fair Trial -- Stanley Marcus, president of Neiman-Marcus store in Dallas, ponders a question asked him after he testified at the change of venue hearing for Jack Ruby today. Marcus testified he doubts that Ruby, charged with the slaying of the accused assassin of President Kennedy, could get a fair trial in Dallas. Marcus was the first witness in the second day of the hearing.


Stanley Marcus, Dallas Civic leader and president of the famed Neiman Marcus store, testified 2/11 that he had "grave reservations" whether Jack Ruby could get a fair trial for murder in Dallas. Marcus was lead-off witness at the second day of the change of venue hearing on a defense demand that Ruby be tried in another Texas city for slaying Lee Harvey Oswald, the accused presidential assassin.


Sen. Richard Schwelker.R-Pa-,, said In a news conference 9/8, he is asking the Senate the reinvestigate the 1963 assignation of president John P. Kennedy because Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby may have had CIA and FBI connections. Here Schwelker holds a photo taken by the CI outside the Russian Embassy In Mexico City in Sept. 1963. The CIA Identified tye person as Lee Harvey Oswald and later said it was not him. Schwelker raised the possibility that it may have been someone with Oswald's Identification.



Jack Ruby (L) flanked by his security escort of deputy sheriffs, is led from the courtroom past news cameramen following the close of the second day of his trial.


Patricia Ann Kohs. 21 year old night club entertainer that uses he stage name of Penny Dollar, is shown frolicking in the snow in Dallas last year. She was brought to Dallas to testify for the defense in the Jack Ruby murder trial.


Nine of the 12 Jurors for the Jack Ruby murder trial in Dallas, return to the Criminal Courts building after recess for lunch. They are left to right; Bailiff Nell Tayler, J.G. Holton, Mrs. Gwen English J.E. Cunningham, Mrs. Mildred McCollum, Mrs. Louise Malone, R.J. Flechtner, J.W. Rose, Mrs. Aileen Shields, and D.J. Swell.


Fifth For Ruby -- Clayton Fowler, president of the Dallas Criminal Bar, and a lawyer with a record of saving clients from the electric chair, agreed to represent condemned slayer Jack Ruby. He is fifth in a series of lawyers to head the defense team. Fowler is 43-year-old.


Withdraws From Ruby Case--Tom Howard, left, who took over the Jack Ruby defense shortly after the Dallas night club operator shot and killed Lee Harvey Oswald, leaves the courtroom in Dallas after withdrawing from the case. Howard refused to give reason for withdrawing. Newsman at right is unidentified.


To See Client -- Percy Foreman, right, new chief attorney for Jack Ruby, checks in with Sheriff Bill Decker at the Criminal Courts Building in Dallas today to visit his client in jail. Foreman arrived in Dallas to confer with Ruby and attorneys Joe Tonahill and Phil Burleson on the case. 1964

Foreman Resigns From Ruby Case -- Houston attorney Percy Foreman is shown in Dallas today as he read from a letter resigning as chief defense attorney for Jack Ruby. Foreman sent the original copy to Ruby in his Dallas County Jail cell. He withdrew from the case because of disagreements with members of Ruby's family.


A defense psychiatrist, Dr. Manfred Guttmacher ¨ spent an hour with Jack Ruby 3/2 before the critical phase of his murder trial began. Dr. Guttmacher examining psychiatrist for courts in Baltimore, examined ruby in his cell before the third week and the 13th day of the trial started.


Famed criminal lawyer Melvin Belli aid 12/20 that he was sure flashy Jack Ruby would be in no danger W a court grants the killer of President Kennedy's accused assassin freedom on ball.Belli arrived from San Francisco for strategy conference with the six other members of Ruby's legal defense team.


Jack Ruby is shown near the Texas School Book Depository building (in a 1966 file photo) from which Lee Harvey Oswald fired the fatal shots that killed President Kennedy. Ruby, who is accused of murdering Oswald, has cancer, two doctors disclosed 12/10.


Miss Patricia Ann Kohs, 21, who once stripped at Jack Ruby's Carousel Club was flown to Dallas 3/7 to appear as a witness for the defense in Jack Ruby murder trial in Judge Joe B.Brown court 3/9.


Karen Lynn Bennett 19 one time testify ill the Jack Ruby murder trial. Karen, an expectant mother now, told about asking Ruby for rent money the day Oswald was shot. Defense contends this started chain of event ending in Oswald's death


Nightclub owner jack Ruby (R) is taken from city jail cell block to homicide bureau for questioning by two Dallas detectives. Ruby jumped from a crowd of newsmen in the police station basement and fatally shot lee Harvey Oswald, the accused assassin of president john F. Kennedy.


Jack Ruby led by guards goes back into criminal district court of judge Joe E Brown, of 14 witnesses called before the orange of venue bearing went into night session 2/12,4 said Jack Ruby could get a fair trial in Dallas and 10 said be could not.


Jack Ruby (2nd from left) is led past newsmen amid a security escort of deputy sheriffs at the closing of the 2nd day of his trial 2/18. Ruby is charged with killing accused presidential assassin lee Harvey Oswald.


Security guard moves in close to Jack Ruby as he leaves courtroom following a noon recess in his bond hearing case, Ruby has been held in the Dallas Country jail without bond since he shot and killed lee Harvey Oswald before a national television.


Jack Ruby led by guards goes back into criminal district court of judge Joe E Brown, of 14 witnesses called before the orange of venue bearing went into night session 2/12,4 said Jack Ruby could get a fair trial in Dallas and 10 said be could not.

1/24/1963 - Jack Ruby walks up to accused presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald and shoots him as he is escorted into a police station in Dallas.

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Security guard moves in close to Jack Ruby as he leaves courtroom following a noon recess in his bond hearing case, Ruby has been held in the Dallas Country jail without bond since he shot and killed lee Harvey Oswald before a national television.

Defense Attorney Melvin Belli Walked with Jack Ruby's Sister Mrs Fileen kominsky in the courthouse corridor minutes before.....took the witness stand in today session 3/11 court session in the jack Ruby murder trial today 3/11.



Jack ruby walks down the corridor in Criminal District Court in Dallas after the court recessed for lunch. The cordon of Sheriff


The ten 10/5 the conviction of Jack ruby top on Lee harvey Oswald the Unanimous opinion by the Judge Jo B. Brown


Melvin Belli San Francisco attorney who headed Jack Ruby's defense his trial for the murder of accused presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald is surrounded reporters as he leaves Dallas County Jail after paying a nocturnal visit to Ruby 8/14.


Defense attorneys Joe Tonahill and Melvin Belli talk to the press after Judge Joe B.Brown denied their motion for change venue for the Jack Ruby murder trial.Ruby,charged with murdering accused residential Lee Harvey Oswald will go on trial here 2/17.


J.G. Holton a 31 year old mailman from grand Prairie Texas was chosen as the 8th Juror in the jack Ruby Murder trial here 2/26 Ruby is on trial for the murder of accused presidential assassin lee Harvey Oswald.


Dallas District Attorney Henry Wade looks 11/1/73 at scrap book relating to trial of Jack Ruby in his office. Wade who prosecuted Jack Ruby for killing assassin Lee Harvey Oswald believes Oswald either was incited or had help in President Kennedy's assassination.


David Gregory holds a toy pistol in the ribs of Mrs. Ruby Thornton, a court clerk, during an attempted jailbreak. The jailbreak took place in the corridor out-side the courtroom where Jack Ruby is being tried for murder. The gunman was captured and re-turned to the Dallas County Jail UPI TELEPHOTO BY STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER FRANK JOHNSTON


Peter Geilich, asst.administrator of Parkland Hospital,releases the information that Jack Ruby is dead.


Members of Jack Rudy's family, brother will Ruby,. Of Detroit and sister Eva Grant, of Dallas leave Ruby's room after the convicted slayer of presidential assassin lee Harvey Oswald died of cancer at Parkland hospital 1/3/1967.


The burial vault of Jack Ruby lies on freshly fallen snow at Westlawn Cemetery here 1/5.


Casket bearing body of jack Ruby is removed from funeral parlor here 1/6 for procession to cemetery nearby suburban

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