This photo from the Feb. 13, 1960, Evening Herald shows Bunt Gill wiping egg from his hat as police officers stand guard on West Main Street in Rock Hill. Elwin Wilson, now 72, is pictured in a white jersey over Gill's left shoulder. Wilson, who said he threw the egg, apologized to black protesters of segregation Friday at Old Town Bistro on East Main Street in Rock Hill.
This photo from the Feb. 13, 1960, Evening Herald shows Bunt Gill wiping egg from his hat as police officers stand guard on West Main Street in Rock Hill. Elwin Wilson, now 72, is pictured in a white jersey over Gill's left shoulder. Wilson, who said he threw the egg, apologized to black protesters of segregation Friday at Old Town Bistro on East Main Street in Rock Hill. (Rock Hill) Evening Herald
This photo from the Feb. 13, 1960, Evening Herald shows Bunt Gill wiping egg from his hat as police officers stand guard on West Main Street in Rock Hill. Elwin Wilson, now 72, is pictured in a white jersey over Gill's left shoulder. Wilson, who said he threw the egg, apologized to black protesters of segregation Friday at Old Town Bistro on East Main Street in Rock Hill. (Rock Hill) Evening Herald

Years after racial strife in Rock Hill, 2 whites apologize to 5 blacks

January 24, 2009 02:11 AM