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   San Antonio Express and News (Newspaper) - February 14, 1954, San Antonio, Texas                                Some Drizzles See Details Column 6 NO. YEAR AN MHO NEWS TWO Great Separate Daily Newspapers Combined Into ONE Great Sunday Newspaper Final Edition Copyright, 1954, by Express Publishing Co. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1954 134 PAGES IN 11 SECTIONS 15 CENTS SECTION A SOONERS TAKE LAMB AWARDS WHERE TO FIND STOCK STORIES Here's find the top stories from the. San Antonio Livestock Exposition. Saturday: Complete list of all winners in Boy's Fat Steer Show, Page 9C. Complete list of all winners In fat lamb contest, Page 2-B. Winners in antique automobile contest, Page 5A. See grass judging contest win- tiers, Page 8A New Causeway To Open Today VALLEY BUREAU- PORT ISABEL, Feb. 13, The Padre Island causeway, linking the mainland here with the island, "opened at 4 a.m. Sunday for traffic. More than 500 cars are expected to cross over the causeway on opening day. The causeway, which first came into light some 25 years ago, was completed this week. Formal ded- ication of the 15.272-foot connec- j In the presence of witnesses tion span is due to take place, Talbott was asked if u !Air Force Base was eliminated Officials would not officially from the ]ist of possible sites Randolph Base AF Academy Hopes 'Crash' By BILL BELLAMY Express Managing Editor Randolph Air Force-Base, lovingly known -as the "West Point of the Air" and considered for year.s as a strong favorite to land the Air Force Academy-Satur- day appeared to be in the same situation as "a bride left at the altar." All primed and polished for Air Force Secretary Harold Talbott jto inspect as a possible site for the multi-million dollar academy, the bubble broke Friday night when the Secretary ruled out Ran- dolph before setting foot on the' base. FOLLOWING A DINNER at- tended by Talbott and Lt.Gen. Herbert Harmon at the Pla2a Hotel where he said the Air, Force academy would "start from i the writer interrogated the 56-year-old cabinet member estimate as to how many cars would cross the first day but it was expected that between 500 and vehicles would visit the island Sunday. Toll fee is per car regardless of how many persons in the Vehicle. COUNTY ENGINEER Jim Ear- i ris said 'Saturday thaf the road I leading from the end of' the causeway down to the beach has been completed. However, he ad- vised motorists not to get off the road, otherwise the vehicles may get stuck in the sand. Visitors from the Valley as well as other parts of Texas and north- ern Mexico are scheduled to make the trip over the causeway Sunday. Com. Ted Hunt of Port Isabel was on hand Sunday morn- under consideration. Talbott pulled no punches and definitely said Randolph was out of the picture. "What would we do with what is now at another he asked. The secretary at no time asked fnat his remarks about Randolph be kept '.'off record." Saturday when plagued by wire sen-ices, Talbott would neither confirm nor deny that he had ruled out Ran- dolph. TIGHT-LIPPED, Talbott went through with his Saturday morn- ing inspection 'as scheduled at Randolph. He re-stated that he had no intention of making a de- cision on any location until after Cattle Honors Go To Texas Youths By R. ,G. JORDAN Farm Editor Two Central West Texas boys captured the top honors in the boys' steer division of the fifth annual San Antonio Livestock 'Exposition as judging of the hundreds of entries began Saturday. Highest honors in the boys' fat steer show went to Wayne Poe of Goldthwaite, IG-year-old Mills County J4-H Club boy, when his ,895-pound Hereford was se- lected as grand champion steer. The reserve champion banner----------------------------------------" went to Jimmy Brehm, Brown- wood 4-H boy, with a Hereford. Both steers were bred by Cox Mclnnis, Byrds, Tex. ANOTHER HIGHLIGHT of the day's judging activities came late Saturday when Oklahoma entries captures all three of the fat lamb championships. The champion Judge Charles W. Anderson de- fine wool lamb a "5-pound De-lnied Saturday application (of iaine, was exhibited by Maurice i Judge Denies Will Contest going Slated in the land 'into a playground, the cause- way was built by Heldenfels Brothers of Corpus Christi. The entrance to the causeway on Gar- cia St. has- been paved and the swing barge is already in opera- tion. AN IMPRESSIVE STKUC- See CAUSEWAvTPage 9A the leading role j he was fay- n( Tc orably impressed by the San An- 01 Is- tonio area before leaving at noon in his constellation plane for El- INSIDE TODAY A SECTION Local, state, tional, international news. lington A.P.B. in Houston and then on to St. Louis. Prior to- ruling out Randolph, Talbott told 'the group of San An- tonio military and civilian lead- ers that he was impressed by Camp Stanley in his helicopter flight over the local bases. I Lackland A.F.B., another site' I plugged by the chamber of com- merce. came1 in for little discus- sion. During Talbott's visit to Lackland he primarily interested i himself in the and j ]training of airmen and n'ot to tbej na'isite itself. Commenting Saturday npon Tal- bott's statement of starting, from THESJ; TWO HEREFORD steers won highest honors, with the reserve champion, a animal, and In the boys', show at the San Antonio Livestock Ex- .at. tight is Poe, Goldthwaite, with the grand position Saturday. Left is Jimmy-.Brehrn, Browriwood, 'champion Photo. Tow. 20. F.P.A. youth, and was bred by Owen Bragg, Talpa, v Tex. Reserve champion fine wool lamb was a Debolet shown by James Lyles, UcCamey, 4-H boy. A 110-pound purebred Shrop- shire entered by Fred Walta, King- fisher, Okla., F.F.A., and ex- hibited for the owner by Norman Hale, was selected as the grand champion crossbred or medium wool l_amb of the show. Walton also w'as the owner of champion lamb'in this division. MAURICE TOW took the sec- md of the three championship ban- ners later, in the afternoon when he showed the grand champion .Southdown Iamb his brother Larry, who was'ill and'unable to come to San Antonio. The lyouths are sons 6t Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tow of Waurika, Larry VOTES BID FOR ALL STOCK BY ASSOCIATED PRESS ATLANTA. Feb. 13. A re- shaped .board of directors .of R.K.O. Pictures Corp. an- nounced Salur- day its accept- ance of How-, 'ard Hughes bid buy the' as Nsets of the-'big movie company for or at the rate of a share on outs landing stock. The boar d Hughes "He's an all-around good boy i take 'highest honors in the boys' and -an- exceptional feeder, but never has been able to get to the sho'w was a "scramble calf" which he .captured at the 1953 San An- tonio show. WAYNE HELPS. HIS 'parents, qperatea 750-acre stock1 farm' near Goldthwaite ad- i That..was ..the way'.George Reese, county, agricultural agent of "Mills County-'Saturday de- scribed Wayne Poe, 16-year-old 4-H Club'boy-of 'Goldthwaite, who showed the grand champion steer j you know how it has.'been of the boys show at San Antonio' in West Texas in farming the Saturday. (past three or four said THE SIX-FOOT West Texan, j Reese. "It's been too dry to make the agent said, has been in club j any kind of crop." work seven years and has been San 'Antonio can expect occa- sional drizzle Sunday while. South Texas and the Rio Grande Val probate of the purported will of Dr. T. N. Goodson, former county health offered by Mrs. Louis (Leona) Klamper of 159 Parkhill Drive, on the ground that the document was not the last will and testament of the de- ceased. f Dr. Goodson, health officer of Bexar County for 25 years, died Jan. 11" in Waco. The purported will was offered Jan. 14, date of Dr. Goodson's burial, according to' 'attorneys. His estate amounts to in government insur- ance. Glenn B. Lacy, representing nieces and nephews of Dr. Good- son, contested the will. MRS. KLAMPER was' a one- time patient of the doctor, but she was not related to him, at- torneys said. previously had shown the clam- FDrd Green, technical photog- nmn finn liwK TrUnt -A. raplier and .questioned, doc- uments examiner, in a. deposition pion fine wool lamb at Fort Worth. The reserve champion Southdown lamb was shown by James Allen, Santa Anna, who showed the grand champion Southdown at San Antonio in 1953. A record crowd jammed the Bexar Coliseum grounds Saturday, designated as Rural Youth Day. Exposition officials estimated the Saturday attend- ance at 'approximately with the throngs of visitors ley gets southerly winds with swelled by thousands of 4-H boys gusts up to tiO miles. an hour, ac- and Sirls- Future Homemakersj cording to 'the weather forecasts. "'The complete forecast for Sari Antonio and vicinity is cloudy with occasional drizzle, early Sun- submitted as evidence in the con- test, declared "categorical- ly" that the purported signature of. Dr. Goodson on the will "la the crudest kind of tracing for- George L. Lacy of Houston, questioned documents examiner who investigated forged petitions here in a recall movement in the summer of 3952, concurred in Green's findings. Judge Anderson entered his called a special showing steers six of those years. scratch and building a model academy without a single existing building, Dr. James Hollers, who See VIEWS. PageSA B SECTION General news sec- tion; editorials and "Views of 4-B; "Backstage in Pol- "In Our "The Bfll 5-B; picture page, 10-B; business and markets, 11- B; "This Week in South 12B. C Men's and sports Ithrongh 7-0; outdoor page, 8-C; farm and ranch, 9-C; oil, IOC. D Classified advertis ing, 1 through 10-D; Religion in i 11-D; local news, (Editor's Note: This is the first meeting of stockholders to be j-He's had a number of entries held in Dover, Del., at noon ;that placed second and third in the m ,___ __ 'major-shows heretofore, but he has never been (juite-able to. get to the until today." At Hous- ton 'this' year he showed "the- re- serve champion. The 845-pound Hereford which Wayne exhibited here Saturday to Thursday, March 18, to vote on .the proposal. 'The action was in the absence of Hughes who already' owns nearly half of the stock.and is chairman of the board. 12-D. E and en- gagements; fashions, special features for brides; "Heads To- gether" column. of a series of articles on the Duval County situation.) I By CLARENCE J. LaROCHE Staff Writer SAN DIEGO, Feb. 13.-' 'Es de muy buen corazon." F Was Wearing" i That's how deputy sheriff Man- column, clubs; schools, Amaya characterized George planning; amusements section; Parr, the man they call the radio and television supplement. Duke of Duval. G SECTION Homes and gar- dens, 1 through 7-G; real estate and building, 8 through 1I-G. H 1H; fash- ions, medicine, gag writing con- test, 3-H; food contest, "Our Texas "Places to 3H; photography, crossword puzde, 4-H; "This I "South Texas 5-H; arts, books, records, stamps, music, 6-H; travel. "Teen-Age 7-H; movieTV picture I sat just outside the grand jury room in thn court house here and chatted in Spanish with Dep- uty Amaya, a stocky, powerful, fair-skinned man. He was dressed in the garb typical of Texas law- style: hand-tooled, custom made boots, a six- shooter at his nip, and a medium- brimmed Stetson. "MR. HE SAID in Spanish, "is a man with a big heart. The people like him. There's no secret why we support page, Earl Wilson, Sheilah Gra him is" because we ham, S-H; pets; "It Happens Every features, 10-H. like and appreciate him." Parr, himself, has told me on THIS WEEK MAGAZINE and 16 several occasions that whatever pages of color comics in he has comes from the lections. T "They say that I am a dictator Looking ahead to the sale of his grand champion Ixjys' steer next hoping for a good price on the com- mented 'that "Wayne probably will use the buy a little more livestock and to go to school and probably- to help his'family on their drouth-ridden farm." Ike Will Ask Atom Sharing BY ASSOCIATED PRESS I Ga.. Feb. 13. Dwight Eisenhower jwill ask Congress next week to and that I control "IF.HE LIKED THE people so> give American private-industry told me two years ago. "The i much, he would give .them.a bet-1 permission to develop -atomic PARR SUPPORTER CALLS HIM LEADER 'WITH A BIG HEART' dition.to cattle; day, becoming partly cloudy in raises feed .crops-and "turkeys. the afternoon.. Winds'will be gen- tle to moderate southerly. The expected high is 72.... Scattered to broken clouds and warm through Sunday night is the outlook for South Texas and the Valley. Winds will 'be southerly with a'daytime velocity of 18 to 24 miles an hour and gusts near 30. The temperature will range upward of 80 in the Valley and 78 in South Texas. truth is that I don't control a single vote. I couldn't even con- trol my wife's vote when I was married.' "It's not my he told me in an interview the past ter opportunity to prosper and i energy for peaceful purposes, and progress. ;We want to move j authorize limited' exchange of ahead; we-want our children to have-opportunities that were' de- nied to us." Other leaders in the opposition week. "It Belongs to ihe people." i to the Duke" of Duval including THROUGH THE YEARS, he governor .bit Texas and the says, he has helped, is helping, iattorney-general-don't go along ___ 1 ____ ._ t. -i.. I n-Ith tho Viv frinnrlcVll'n" atomic information .with U. S. Al- lies- Plans -for the President's spe- j cial message to the. lawmakers; '5 a.m.......49 6 a.m.......50 7 a.m.......50 8 a.m.......50 9 a.m.......51 10-a.m.......53 Jl a.m.......54 12 noon 1 p.m 3 p.m.......62 4 p.m.......66 5 p.m___...67 6 p.ra.......61 7 p.m.......66 8 p.m-----66 9 ..55 10 pan.......64 57 11 p.m.......63 2 p.m.......60 12 midt......63 Hollywood Scout's Staying Admitted BY ASSOCIATED PRESS EL RENO, Okla., Feb. 21-year-old A.W.O.L. soldier broke Farmers of America j judgment, denying probate of the om throughout South will and dismissing Mrs. Klarri- per's application with prejudice GREEN iCOMPARED the signa- ture on the purported will under high magnification against a genu- ine signature set down by Dr. Goodson on a paper filed in con- nection with a lunacy hearing. In and Future members from Texas.. KEEN INTEREST was shown by vast throngs in the various judg- ing .events of the day as they watched Don Good of the animal husbandry department of Kansas State College, Mahattan, Kan., judge the steers and John Jones both cases. the dates were the of the beef cattle and sheep re- search division of Texas College judge the Iambs. same, Oct. 27, 1942. Green's deposition states part: With the selection of their steers i on the I Hill, sliows on the whole very for the two top honors in the-boys division, Poe and Brehm anxious- ly await the completion of the the steers in the open class Monday, after which will come the selection of the grand champion steer .of the show, an event scheduled for Monday at 9 p.m. Fame and fortune await the See SHOW, PagelJA poor line quality and inaccurate attempts to follow tracing marks made with a sharp point. "On the whole it bears little re- semblance to the many signatures I have examined This signa- ture on the will is not even writ- ing, and it is so crude that no' standard is necessary to detect forgery." Slon and will continue to help the the "control. by' friendship" estate, ofJSecretary'of .the Treas- ple of'his area.. Whenever are jn or other-! They "are currently embroiling will tell you he has i and Duval-County and in- were announced here Saturday as he enjoyed .a weekend -vacation of quail hunting at the plantation f.vear-dld- Hollywood M a nif ht confes- he and a corn- D a vi d L, come to their-aid. And. he' points'out, they don't forget favors and friendship." Also, to be considered Is the strong that run through fam- ilies of Mexican descent, he points out. families and my family dependent school district officials in court actions and investigations designed to the Duke of Duval's strength. jovial C.' Woodrow. Laugh- lin, judge ;of 79th district court and a Parr-backed man, faces possible from his post. have been friends for hxalf a cen-j Internal 'revenue, U.S. postal affable, smiling GeorgR inspectors, staffmen of the state auditor' are checking into impounded fiscal'records of Duval County, Benavides school district, Parr assures. Commenting on Parr's "friend- ship with "his people" Jn Duval County, Donate Serna, a leader in the group opposing Parr, had this to say the past week: and San piego school district. THE ATTORNEY GENERAL See PARR, Page 9A urv George Humphrey. JAMES C. HAGERTY, White House press secretary, told news- men about Eisehhovyer's plans for a .to Congress on atomic'energy. The' day Jt will. to the capitoI" next week has. not been fixed. Hagerty said the message will- be in- two main sections. One, he added, will outline sug- gested legislation designed to "en- courage peacetime use of atomic energy in this country by private the law at present the government has a monopoly .tin atomic power pro- duction, so the change Eisenhower Has in mind-would, herald ft new era. I talent scout, to death in his su7 but'ban Los Angeles home Wednesday! night. Ronald James Maurer.' from Camp Stoneman, by police officers. He told .how he and hfs! Leo (Bob) Densmoreof Los Angeles, who was arrested with Maurer, beat the Californian, stuffed his body into a closet in his home, then calmly helped themselves to his cloth- ing, car and other goods. Today's Chuckle When the lady who was making out the application came to the little square headed "Age" she didn't hesitate. She "Atomic." San Antonio Livestock Show Sunday Armed Forces Day or arranging sales order for Breeding Cattle Sales. (Those cattle at Show entered in Auction Sales can be placed in proper order after reg- ular judging completed.) Performance, Coliseum Arena. Performance, Coliseum Arena. Monday Hill Country Day Fat Steer Calves, Open Classes, Coliseum Arena. Brahmans Coliseum Arena. Brangus, Coliseum Arena. Santa Gertrudis, Coliseum Arena. Horse, Halter .classes judging. Coliseum Arena. Artna. Grand Champion Steer, Coli- seum Arena.   

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