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San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - September 13, 1954, San Antonio, Texas SUN KAN ANTONIO Ctear to partly with Increased Gentle to Moderate easterly Low In mid high In mid 90s; SUB rises u.s. in II II h 4 I 4 p.m. a K g 51 M H D FINAL EDITION NO. YEAR SAN 13, 1954 IN 3 SECTIONS 5 CENTS Dulles Says Reds Can't Grab Formosa Mountains in Mexico Break Up Hurricane Earlier Storm Kills 24, Rakes Northeast Area BY ASSOCIATED PRESS Hurricane sixth tropical storm of the began lo break up Sunday as it moved on the Mexican New Orleans Weather issued its last advisory on the storm at 10 and said high mountains on the coast near Mexico caused the to break the tropical storm left in its wako torrential flooding rivers and drove residents a ity of more than from their storm moved inland at p.m. By 5 of- at Cape Rojo reported the Inn ricano had broken up causing any MEANWHILE wind New England counted IS dead and millions of dollars age In i he screaming wake of hurricane the to strike In 12 Six tiled lives were lost in in and swollen rivers and in and six highway deaths In New York weie to tlie Coastal areas of New received only a grazing blow far less apparent damage than In hurricane Carol which look 68 lives Aug. 31. OF New rvs were left temporarily homeless after forced to evacuate their dwellings In low-lying Canadian provinces also were lilt hard as the storm roared out of After an aerial survey of Maine's Gov. Burton M. Cross Kct a damage figure of over 7 million This was on lop of the 3 dead and 10 million dollar loss from Hurricane Cross appealed again to President Eisenhower for federal rehabilitation He will con- Gulf of Mexico MEXICO Peninsula CITY 0 200 HURRICANE was breaking up Sunday against the mountains around The small storm at one time was bearing toward Wirephoto Bexar Demos Set For Parley Row By JON FOKD Associate Editor of two battling Bexar County Democratic delegation arriving in this northern Texas city Sunday for their showdown fight lo win seating at the state parly convention Shivers Backs Demo Merger MINERAL UR Allan Shivers Sunday night said the South and Southwest should team up and pool their strength leaders of the group aligned with Gov. Allan ing Slate Charles Duke and Hubert the governor's Bexar County campaign checked into town In CHARLES W. attorney for the delegation lining up with defeated candidate Ralph new County Demo man James Knight and other members of the group checked into the Baker Hotel slightly Irr Monday Augusta with oral Civil Director Val in 1'elerson. He has party at con- Maine a dis- Shivers I'm will be made by the nslor lo say a tow remarks credentials of thn The governor said he would j ask Maine's legislature at a special session Sept. 21 to vide funds lo supplement federal aid for repairing Maine's serious road and THE HURRICANE wasn't through spreading destruction when it howled of New Slicing across Canada's Maritime ruined more than two-thirds of Nova Scotia's bumper four million lar apple crop before blowing it- self mil in the of fatalities were bnl the pile ripped apart ing shacks and battered fishing f It pounded New Brunswick with 90-mile gusts anil flicked Prince Edward Island and GIST OF THE INSIDE NEWS tion Tuesday I'm have something lo say along those SH I V E R S around presidential the jBaker Hotel here as and nates In Local Prizes awarded In Do It self Page 2 A. State Story of George Pago 6 A. National Ousted head called Page 6 A. International Anthony Conrad Adenauer confer on Europe Page 6 A. red In for the State Democratic tion which opens holding con- trol of the party to make the principal speech to the Tlie scramble among for choice plums of Including 11 ready in full Shivers said the North and East think like we meaning the and Shivers South kept the Democratic Party In the limelight until Roosevelt abolished the two-thirds by which the National Democratic Convention chose the party's THINK 'the South and Southwest should get together so they can get enough chips to match those of the Asked if he would lead Mich s movement toward a of the two Shivers don't want to lie a I Just want to work with a lot of Slate Committee The San Antonio case is ex- to be heard about 9 wilh Duke and other attorneys presenting the case and Grace arguing for the loyalist The Shivers faction bolted the Bexar County convention at Auditorium July 31, ing lite convention was illegally Hubert who led the maintained specifically that the credentials committee which passed on precinct tion contests denied ed delegates credentials to the county He stated See Page IA Scissors Halt Holdup Try A housewife took a pair of sors Sunday night and snipped a young thug's plans to hold her Police reported the re- siding at 518 South Park stabbed the Intruder with a pair of scissors and he The police attempted lo hold up the woman at about p.m. He was reportedly armed with a The youth was described as about 18 years five feel 10 Inches 180 and Ing n yellow shirt and a pair of faded blue The police them the youth had a towel around his face when he confronted Seen Expecting Adverse Ruling WASHINGTON Sen. Carthy is telling friends he has given up plans for crosscountry political speaking In the current campaign for control of Con- and this is taken by some of them as indicating lie expects an adverse verdict from member Senate committee now investigating his assuming public at- of a man who the worst from the remains outwardly dent the full Senate will not vole censure Steadfastly defending actions which have attacked by Flanders Fulbright f o r control of Con- and this is taken by some of them as eating he ex- an adverse from the ale now ing Ills While ing the public at- and Morse McCarthy has made it clear he ws the inquiry committee headed by Sen. winds up Its hearings sooner this thing Is the I'll like he has told with the implication that Ire suspects fault Is going to be found with his conduct by the Walk ins He reportedly expects most of his political campaigning efforts this fall will be confined to radio and television which he could manage while ing in Washington most of the time to prepare for and battle out the censure Issue in the McCarlhy National China Ships Search For Red Craft alist China's warships day set up a 160-mile patrol and Tungshan Peninsula 70 miles south of Naval mills which have been protecting from the threat of invasion from the land seven miles away sped out in obvious search for Communist The patrol expended from 125 miles southwest of to 35 miles San Antonian Down 31 Feet In Under Hunt A man who started digging for treasure under his floor two months ago is still at still convinced there's I he's now down 31 j This came to light about Sunday when Patrolman E. linas received a call concerning noises at the home of Julian 1107 Tampico GARCIA informed the patrolman lie was digging for and had been doing so for the past two The patrolman found where the kitchen used to be a hole which is 25 feet in circumference and 31 feet Garcia has several candles lit around the a Bible and hauls up the dirt with a Salinas Garcia said he is piling all the dirt in a room next to the because lie's going to fill the hole after he finds what he's digging Salinas said the man's two a son-in-law are assisting The the patrolman digs at night because it is to be Garcia promised to inform the patrolman when be hits pay warned Garcia to do his digging in the day NATIONALIST PLANES struck for the seventh straight day In the vicinity of opposite where Red troops were reported Peiping radio acknowledged the saying 12 bombs were dropped and claiming that two Nationalist planes were shot The Nationalist naval and air activities amount to blows Tor a big Red shelling Quemoy starting Sept. 3. One puzzling and possibly ter aspect of the war has Iwen tlie so of any intervention by the ist air Jt raised the tion whether the Reds might be holding back use of air power they are ready for a massive assault on Hie little island Quemoy lying almost under the shadow of Communist William C. head of the U.S. Military Advisory Group to Nationalist re- turned Sunday night to after Quemoy's de- fenses and conferring with Uie garrison Gen. Liii Indians Rout Yanks Giants Lose Ground BASEBALL SCORES Worth 2 t 0. Houston 9, mid Vort Worth best of T 4-1.) Cleveland 4-3, New York 1-2. Chicago 5-7, Boston 0-3. Baltimore 4-1, Philadelphia 3-5. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis 4, New York 3. Brooklyn 4-1, Chicago 2-3. Philadelphia Milwaukee 2-2. Cincinnati 11-13, Pittsburgh 5-2. since neighbors are complaining of the racket made by the pulley when dirt and water are hauled Move of Industry To Corpus Brings Big Water Hunt By CLARENCE J. Staff Writer Corpus Christi's historic search for water began some 27 years ago with the completion of the deep water port and the prospect that the city would expand in the This early search for water reserves Is noted 31, 3927, when Corpus secured Permit 033 from the State Board of Water Engineers to appropriate and divert water for its THAT SAME Corpus moved to impound waters from the River with the construction of a dam at Tills in 1929, formed Lake still is tha city's major water Original capacity of Lake was ing to John water co-ordinator for Corpus who lias been at liis Host since 1917. the lake has silted up to the extent that 35 per cent of this original capacity has been as the years rolled on from 1027, the vast oil gas deposits found in the Corpus area in the launched the city's sensational The de- mand for water rose sharply as new industries began locating In the The dam at Malhis broke In 1MO; and it was five years before the rebuilding was the dam r was rebuilt just before the great oil and gas fields were brought in. IX a movement began for the formation of a. water conservation This when for- mally established by the 44th Legislature In 1035, came to be known as Rivet Conservation and A far-flung this political subdivision includes square board is composed of 21 representatives from u c c c s watershed areas and Major tasks currently un- by the board involve a detailed study of the water Sec Page 2A U.S. Forces Can Stop Reporters Told tary of State Dulles con- ferred with President hower Sunday and declared afterward he is convinced the Chinese Communists not possibly conquer Formosa against as the States would throw I Dulles added that he doubted that the Chinese Communists have any plans for immediately invading He told re- porters that the present tary dispositions of the Red Chinese forces did not suggest that the Communists have any plans to invade the Nationalist sland in the near who had a private con- with Eisenhower at the Summer White House shortly after arriving from the was pressed at a news conference as to whether his government can defense of the Chinese Island of near the as essential to de- fense of Nationalist DEFENSE of Quemoy is primarily related to the defense of Formosa and It is Wing con- and studied in that he secretary But he repeatedly declined lo say whether the U.S. Seventh Fleet under orders to protect Formosa from the Chinese Reds las been given instructions to de- Quemoy Quemoy hus been Miss America Says New Look Her Hoover she's and she says tlie new Dior look just in time lo save Lee Ann year-old almond-eyed beauty had breakfast with newsmen Sunday on the first morning of her reign as Miss America 1955. THK SAX Francisco College coed was crowned the nation's new beauty at the climax of the Miss America pageant here Saturday A friendly brunette with sparkling blue-green admitted she was not the chesty Marilyn Lee's bust measures 3-1 Vi Dior came just in I time to save she Lee was modest about her But the Miss America judges thought she was a knockout in a swim Her waist measures 22 inches and her hips She is 5 feet 8V4 inches tall and weighs 121. Area's Weather To Remain Same Little change in the weather Is forecast for South Texas Monday with the exception of a few more Temperatures are again ex- to range from the mid 70s to the mid OOs In the ity of San Antonio and 70 to 08 farther during the last from the Communists and two American Army officials have been In response to other Dulles said il Is up to the heads of die U.S. military forces to decide whether Quemoy should be defended by the Seventh Fleet in connection American tlon of the island tion of the Chinese DULLES ARRIVED in Denver from the Far East shortly after oilier members of the National Security Council flew in from Washington for an extraordinary meeting of that top policy making Dulles and ried to that session after secretary had reported privately to the President on new nation pact against Communist aggression in Southeast signed at Manila last Dulles also filled the president in on his talks with Generalissimo Chiang on Formosa on his way back to the United Shortly before conferring with met with j K on best to use the new home front cd by the 83rd After Brownell and a news conference that the aim of the Eisenhower administration is to troy Communist ami 115 activities in the United AT THAT news Brownell and Hoover 1. Announced there already haj See Page 2A ELEVEN HUNGRY find faction in tht meal their Jerry 739 hat put out for them while the mother of the weeks old brood lift calmly She ii German Today's Quote Air Force a television program in which he was ing questions on U.S. air de- fense U.S. Air Force in the Far East has tlie power to defend o niosa with air power that is available Talbolt not on but Formosa is not far from our on Today's Chuckle A TURN THE PAGES David 4tV In South On Goes Church 7B Want U tC
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