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   San Antonio Express and News (Newspaper) - May 9, 1954, San Antonio, Texas                                Young Democrats Rally Behind Yarborough ANTONIO NEWS Continued Warm Details in Column 1 NO. YEAR TWO Great Separate Daily Newspapers Combined Into ONE Great Sunday Newspaper SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1954 136 PAGES IN 12 SECTIONS Final Edition Copyright, 1954, by Express Publishing Co. 15 CENTS SECTION A BIG RED ATTACK AWAITED Group Sharply Blasts Shivers At S.A. Meeting By JON FORD Associate Editor A state convention of Loyalist Young Democrats here Saturday almost turned into a Kalph Yar- borough-for-governor cam- paign rally. Speakers repeal cdly applied pharp verbal needles lo Gov. Al- Jati O.VE SUGGESTED a house-to- house campaign to elect Yar- Ixirough, anil a delegate was try- ing lo sell Yarboroiigh stamps when another charged such fictions at a convention were im- pioper. The candidate's wind- shield stickers already had been distributed. Two hundred delegates from 30 Young Demo? clubs, pledging al- ligiance to the national Demo- cratic party rather than the Ftate organization dominated by Shivers, attended all-day tensions (ho Monger llotet.' The second annual convention of the group will wind up here 'Sunday with election of new stale officers. YarlHirough, obvious hero of the convention, branded the pie.-ient administration as "Re- publican" and "the worst brand of at that. Yar- linrough spoke at a noon lunch- eon. HK CALLED THE loyalist group present "Ilio only line, legal Young Democratic organi- sation in this state" ami urped members "to push the frontiers of human security and welfare and freedom ever forward." "We're going .to beat the liv- ing daylights out of the cowardly mudslingers In Yar- borough shouted In a departure from Ills prepared text. Yarborough, however, was gent- ler with the governor than was O. Cooler, Dallas contractor nnd former state Young Demo and Junior Chamber of Com- merce president. "THE GOVERNOR is like Sen. said Cooper. "He! classes all who oppose him as cither un-American or unpatrio- tic." Cooper then proceeded to chide Shivers lor his leadership in ex- posing Duval County political cor- ruption. He cited statistics to Ehow that Duval County went overwhelmingly for Shivers in 1346 and 1918 but in 1H50 went just as solidly against him. "It is apparent Duval County fiuit liking Shivers before Shivers quit liking Duval he said. Cooper read newspaper ac- counts of Shivers' statements that he expects a campaign of See DEMOS, Pago 8A French Request For Cease Fire Blocked By Reds Leader Sees New Assaults In Indo-China HALE AND HEARTY on their arrival in New York are Zsa Zsa Gabor and Porfirio Rubirosa, whose separate ro- mances have been in the news lately. The actress and the Dominican Re- public diplomat have indicated that they intend to freed of their Zsa's divorce Sanders is not marry when -they' are present spouses. Zsa from Actor George yet final. Rubirosa is parted from Heiress Barbara AP Wirephoto. DEMOS LIKE IT Battle Looms St0mPede ShakeS OnMcCarthyHills At Bandera Hearing Cut Ways fo Curb Red Aggression Being Studied Dwight Eisen- hower Saturday spurred swift military, diplomatic, and political conferences on including armed slop Com- munist ajjgrespion in South- east Asia. I Mr. Kisenhmver first met iir 90 minute .session with the: nation's security council. Then! :Hec. of State John Foster Dulles j met with envoys nf Britain anclj New Zealand. IHI'I.OMATK' IXKOIIJI.' JAM'S reported that the Uidtcd' Stales, Hi-itain, Franco, trnlin, and New Zealand would', inept in Singapore! or Washington consider military measures to guard Southeast Asia. I After meeting with the en- voys, Dulles lunched with a number of Senate Republican leaders. There were sigiis from Dul- les' meeting with the British and Xew Xenland envoys that some now strategy was de- veloping or lhal previous sta- y was hcing pushed for- Soviets Ignore Dramatic Move At Peace Talks GENEVA. French Foreign Georges Buiault, his choking with e motion, I Wen asked for a cease-fire Indo-China m the Geneva, IIAXOI, Indo-China. Chinese took part in the overwhelming nf Dien Bicn Phu, Gen. Henri E. Navarre, French commander in Indo-China, said Saturday. Navarre said in Saigon (lint one regiment of Communist Chinese anti-aircraft partici- pated in the siege of the for- tress. UK SAM) HE expects new intensive as was fought in spread through Judo-China. "It is therefore certain that if the Geneva Conference does not produce a solution, the problem of Inrio-Chiiia war [must be completely re-con- he said at, a news con- tla. Plru and marched Salur- in. rrom- the fallen fortress as prisoners. Karlier the Communist I conference Saturday, 2-1 Peiping radio said the Red hours after the of Dien 'DRIVER OF THE YEAR1 is Corner W. Bailey, above, of Denver, Colorado. The 36-year-old truck, driver has been named top man in the industry. He topped off more than a million miles of safe driving by saving the lives of a family of four following a smash- up in Wyoming. AP Wirephoto. forces had taken the bastion1! commander, llrig. On. Chris- among the I5y CI.AHENCK .1. Staff Writer --The Handera hills Air Force Base's big float Wi Com-iWOI'e s'nn''ig and vibrating Saliir- jVi'on first prix wagons and ornate floats matched palomino horses, WASHINGTON' _ milteo Democrats nnd' Army nml Siiliinlny niphl. ,-is tliou-', Gillespie Connly Fair placed! ly fic-ials held out .Satin-clay night of second, and San Antonio's Miss against a Hepiiblican Fiesta float was third. Top honor- ward by ibe ndminislration on I ndo China and Southeast Asia. Thp fall Dien Jlicn School Merit Awards Given To 32 Papers jBicn Phu. jtttm Di> Castries, He ran immediately into a Imiinlsi blocking action. I TIIK UKI) ISKI'OUT AXI> SOVIET FOREIGN Mlnisier V cun- Molotov, pointedly tlliil ;ili lflc Frcll  a.s the -1 Ith'.of Khmer (Cnmlxxli.i) and Palhet- an ppic battle. proiwsal to cut short., the Mc- Cm-lhy-Army row- calling Sen. Joseph McCarthy (R-W'is) Mon- day as the final witness In public hearings. Ken. Kvci-elt Dirk-sen said, with ilit> outspoken amt a nleht of danc into town for the eighth annual Slompede. And tlio free-wlierliiiR merri- ment is due lo continue Sunday as the rip-roaring Stompede comes to a closo wllh an afternoon rodeo 'Weak Norther' Won't Hit S.A. After a weak norther fizzled out HS It reached San Antonio early Saturday, the winds were to be- come gentle to moderate south- easterly Sunday, the weather bureau said. San Antonio and vicinity may expect partly cloudy with llltlc change in lemiwrnltirc. For the South Texas area and the nio Grande Valley, the fore- cast is fie altered lo broken clouds and conlinued warm. S.A. TEMPERATUPES 5 3 p.m.......K> of Sen. Styles Dridges the Senate's president pro-lem- imre, lhal. he will move In the Scnale investigations suhcom- miltee Monday lo supplant Sec. ol the Army Roliert Stevens on tlie stand with McCarthy.- DIRKSEN EXPLAINED that his would open the way for the committee if It chooses to do so to lake testimony hchlml 1 o o r s ing. THE STOMPKDE, which Ix-gan able mention went to Cave Without, a Name, Ikicrne; Com- fort Centennial, Houston Cow- belles, Kames County Centen- nial, and Fallstaff Brewing Com- pany. Earlier Saturday, the small fry attending tlie Stompedo came in for their share of tlie us Ihpy competed fov (op in (his "Cowboy Capital" back in the spring of in 18, began 1'Vl-, and bloomed into an all-day, j J" Jf ".Ilpsl dressed lac'lioii-pncked schedule Saturday. I1'0111' j One of Ihc big Satur-' (lay saw luscious Palsy Caylor, 18, of l.uling, selected as Miss CowlM-'llo of She won out over a field of contestants' who came from throughout South- west Texas, along with represent- atives from Arkansas and Okln- Jioma. titles Mule top- impoi-iiinl or Intel-scholastic new gravily came to an end. the various meetings. Winners in iiumbor SAM) thcjsrnse, and a wide variety of litor- Dullcs' conferences wove the'aiy conlesls were also named, first of a lieu- series final event was scheduled the secretary next week.Mr Saturday night in Conference i Navarre said that the 57-day its'siege and buttle of Uien Biefi League j I.aos The United Suites re-served position on the llidaiik cost the French dead nnd wounded. In the same time See Page RA representatives of allied nations expected to join in a collective security system for B one-act play finals. Southeast Asia. Nations invited In join, Zealand I1 ranee, in addition to and Britain, Australia, Viet Among the larger High schools, distinguished newspaper merit ;awards went, lo Hillcrcst, Dallas; San Antonio; Martin, al'cl.nredo: Milhy, lln-.iston; Vaschal. INSIDE TODAY C o h n Carthy's counsel, Counselor M. Mc- chtef Army John from the sublime to the ridiculous Saturday was the beard-judging conlest thai saw Allen llime, .Jr., of Charlotte, win the tide of "liest all around beard." Htmo was costumed us a "stove-in" 1813 California gold i.m.......H 1 g 1 ID a.m.......71 11 12 noon......79 1 p.m.......HI 1 M 4 p.m. 5 p.m. R 7 p.m 8 p.m. p.m. tn p.m. 11 p.m. 0. Adams and "principals" in McClellan lllp Dlrksen pro- :llcted he will have solkl backing categories were: Ucst MOM GRUBBA EXPECTING '200 CHILDREN' TODAY firuhha's house likely will be full of warm and grateful hearts Sunday, Mother's Day. She cxpecls most of her "200 children" to slop by. For years Mrs. Ida (Mom) Grtibba has taken forsaken chil- dren to her bosom, and brought them up. These honors were announced during the league's journalism conference, and were hasrd on a actlv." She says it has been "at leasl can not remember ex- .Mrs. Grubba has been doing this kindness at a time of life WINNERS IN OTHER from lite aulKommltlce's other three Republicans, although Chair- man Karl MuniH (U-SI1) said lie hail nol been nppronched by his Stt 1IKAKING. Page 12 raUt......79 Today's Chuckle lieard ReM Beard Gene Strom, JJandern; licard Hud Kalka, Handera; Thickest C. entire year. I'hilip Seeger, Kl I'asn won first place in Conference AA number sense. Second was Hilly the Heds suffered 18.000 casual, tics, im-luding dead, he said. The Red Chinese participa- tion in the battle of Dien Bien Phu called for a new approach, he told newsmen. "1 do not see any other solution except Fort i SECTION A-Local, stale, pillTO alone can- i ni support a generalized of- fensive, the French far Kasl jcomnjander said, "while Nam political difficulties pre- jvent her building an Army os I fast as we had expected." I HUT SUCH "liUcrnatiordiza- other Western l news and features. SKCTIOX news; This Week In Soiuh Texas, Kdilovl- als, comment .ind o p i n i o n, Hackslago in I'oliiic-s, In Oui1 Town, The Hilllioard, .South Texas and Gulf Oil, Kadio and TV secuon. Cox, Cilailcwiiter; W. Taliaferro, Odessa. In Conference A. It was 1. James tlray, llnno; 2. Billy Bmshel, '.flwrty; liel- ly Kllis, Crockett. 11: 1. Allon Maburger, (iiildiugs; 2. Johnny Caldwell, I .a Feria; 3. Miko Merrill, Dayton. SKCTION C-Classified advertis- ing. Business and Markols. SKCTIOX U- Fred Maiy's Onl- tlonr Page, sjxirls pages, Male1 nations into bring aid to See WAR, Page 8.-V the the rebels camp SKiri'IONS F, AND F-Women's BASEBALL SCORES Douglas, n buccaneer from Corpus Most Unique Ciomperllk of Jour- danlon; Best Lumberjack Beard l.'nlvcrsiiy of 'I'exns fiMilhiill lineman from San Antonio. tfic splritl" crlril the I In Ihe big aflcrnonn happy mrrllum as tlio table snw cvi'iylhini? from n gan lo rise, hihilcd stage coach to old chuck when most jieople. would probably prefer to sit back and rest Her husband, Kniil, enjoys It, too. The Grubbas, whose" own two daughters are grown Class AA married, live on a 59-acrc farm south of here. Since Shapiro IfaiTison Wagner and High, Tlousion, y's debate over nnd M e 1 v i n pages, fashions, weddings and IxMrolhals, school news, chatter j f-olumns, c-luh news. l-hiinglSKCTION and ranoli news, ilicaters and amuso- menis, real estate, homes and ngrdens. Movers, Stephen F. Austin, Aus- lin. The girl's .clebale Conferonce AA title went to Sara Alice While 1 and Wtlll Jackie Shaw, Alice. They over Jane McCnshinil and liavo taking in children. It was that year that Mom took In her first two tois. "They were liny she said, "and lived with me a year nr two. Then Ihc mother took them back. I missed them so much I looked for more." To he sure, she found them. IMlimalcly Miy. Gi ubba at-, lalnrd official sliilu.M. The Wayne County social welfare clivis-ion Tyler, boards some homeless children with her. Hcxi debaleiM in Confer- Presontly. shi: has 7, Donna, II months, audience A were Klmo Schwab nnd Sklppy, 7 months. ll'-.i-iirst Smilh IN. Cnnxalrs, who As soon as DOII'IKI hccjomes 1 yrar old, Mom intends to take i outpointed Jcrrv Kpstcln and In anodicr baby. [Sft AVVAHUS, Page 8A SKCTION II-Kxpress Magazine: travel news, Three Minutes a Day, slamps, You Wrllc The Gag, Cross Word puzzle, Uncle liny, .Shldiih Graham, Havl Wilson. Mtxiks, Xoles on Hcc- orilK, The Amnlciir Photogra- pher, cronli'st. and other fiMturra. home show scc-llon. Also, This Week Mag- azltip and twn his comle tcc- I tlotis In full color. TKXAS IjKAGt'K Dallas Han Anlonli) 2. Fort Worth 4, Houston 3. Oklahoma City 5, .ShrcvcpnH I, nt at Tulsit, XATIOXAIj Brooklyn 3, rhilaiirlphla 0. St. Jxiuls 7, (Tnrinnull .1. XPW Vork 2, IMItihnrKh I. .Mlttvfliikrr It, <1ilrlRo 2. AMKUICAX Drlroll ClilniK" llnlllliHirr 3. ot .Vru Voik, il Ituitnn,   

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