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San Antonio Express San Antonio News (Newspaper) - June 19, 1955, San Antonio, Texas Butler Blasts Departs For ANtlDlFS Warmer Weather Column 7 TWOGreaf Separate Daily Newspapers Combined Into ONE Great Sunday Newspaper Final Edition YEAR SAN ANTONIO TEXAS SUNDAY JUNE 19 1955 122 PAGES IN 10 SECTIONS 15 CENTS SECTION A ARMY TAKES OVER ARGENTINA Tliompsoh TOP off the NEWS By PAUL THOMPSON Staff Writer Agsault charges lodged against an orderly at San Antonio State Hospital may cause a legal slugfest Herbert C Buckner 30 stands accused of kicking and beating patient the night of June 7 As a 1 result of the in cident he has Iwen fired from the mental bos pilal and in County Court atUuv No 2 on charges of ag graveled assault Buckner Bays he kicked free of the patienl but did nol strike him He calls the kicking something 1 had to do in Ally John Oliver represent ing Buckner Identifies the patient is Juan Arrainbide about 40 Asst Disl Ally Morris Fxl wards who filed ihe charges lasl Tuesday has since been replaced in the case by Charlie Bond aide with more frontline experi ence than Kdwards Bond according to Oliver will peck the lull penally for es orderly years in jail As for Buckner hes getting ready to No Tips Dr W L Starnes hospital Euperintendeiit called in the law right after bouncing tall slendfer Buckner Thedoctor explained then had been little disturbances at the hospital of late but this time he had competent witnesses to assault He named them as Walt er E Aber hospital psychologist and Milton Cox and Phillip Bollon orderlies The district attorneys office said written statements from these witnesses Indicated that Bucknerhad Tricked and beaten Arrambldo as the patient lay on mattress in JI Atty Oliver said Bonrl had refused to show him the written statements Sure I paid Bond The slate has no obligation lo turn over anything to a defensoj Attorney Hes not lipping hi hand and Im not lipping Stiff Charges Ally Bond said the statements showed lhal Buckntr had unmercifully beaten Ar ramblde the night of June 7 Bond said study of the statements had euggested that the beating was without provoca tion and that Arrsmblda jmL a dangerous type iTrial date will be set n soon Other Photos Story Page 5D JOHN ROBERT BURNS 10 years old holds the San Antonio News the shoulders of Ed Harper Anglers Club president after the youngster wos proclaimed champion of the Kids Fishing Tournament at Woodlawn Lake Saturday with a Rio Grande perch that scaled 9 ounces largest fish caught in the Photo as possible and I press for the penally said Bond The patient was kicked Blomped and maybe even beaten with About Buckner Buckneilives at 412 Victoria St with his wifeand three chil dren He became an orderly at the mental hospital in March 1953 and quit that November to visit liis sick father in Atlanta Ga At the time lie was attend ant in chargo of Ward II He went hack to lie hospital in IfllH and had worked nearly year before his ouster his month Buckner claims there was no implatnt of any kind prior o the June 7 Incident even teased a patient some orderlies he naldl Ward told a reporter thai Psychologist Aber and Orderly Bpltou twb of the witnesses Stt HA EZ Mon Results 6 F Father Will Have His Day Here Sunday Dad will have his day today Fathers Day One San Antonio father Joe Gcphart will celebrats the occa slon by cooking and serving a bar becue dinner tohls family of nine three to 19 And Oie daughters will present dad with a cake they baked in his honor Cieplmit 1410 W Ilarlan was named by Ihe Fathers Day Council as the father with the most daughters in San Antonio Besides the cake Gephartwill gel other surprise presents Sun day Former Policeman Joe who operates a road roller for the city slreets department Is 46 and was a citypoliceman for three years resigning in run for er He lost by some votes to Henry He In who got Gephart is president of the San Antonio Ciiy Employes Welfare Association He lives at 1410 Harlan big party It M a rent Ponce 2718 Monlrey a barber in COITUS Christ feels well enough to make the trip to his home today IJIs 17 children Including four lets of twins won him the Councils se lection as father of the most chil dren who are or triplets Other Fathers The olher falhcrs who were hon Stii FATHER 8 A Crrttoti con into Guaranteed up BAM UtttreM LE46196 Adv LITTLE GIRL HOOKS OLD TIRE WINS FISHING CONTEST MASSILLOX Ohio June S 12 competing against 303 olher boys and girls in fishing conlcst at Massil lon Reservoir today hooked a rubber tire tire were two cat fish and 7V4 Inches long big one wae the largest of 188 fish caught and won Kathy the grand prize Todays Chuckle If you must have an accident presence of minil Is good Bui absence of body would be a good deal better Democrat Head Says Leaders Must Be True HOUSTON June IS iuv Na tional chairman Paul Butler Icxlay Wright Morrows succes sor on the National Democratic Kxcculive Committee will have lo lo a man who has never voicrl against Democratic cimlidnicp liuiler made his blast RXit party boilers as he prepared lo head lo Uvalde and Sm tonlo In Uvalde he will viii for mer VicePresident John Nance Garner Reriiilremenfs Told Bnller said the stale executive commiitees nominee fur Texas national conimitlecman also wit have lo carry Ilie support of Oov j Allan Shivers house speaker Sam and Sen Lyndon John son lleqiiiremenls for filling the national committee vacancy Hutler paid were niullncd to Shivers hiring Ihplr May kitchen pantry conference in 1 Morrow a Houston altorney submittedhis resignation ns ni tlonal roinmUtreinan aflcr an nouhcliiK his sunwrt of Klsenllower in the 1SK2 dential election The Klale execit livc cominltlec refused to accept but Stephen A Mitchell then national lhaL the resignation was effective anto when it wns submiued Buller nearinjt ihe end uf i Texas talked willi reimvlers prior to slate roiuentlon of liberal young democrats Expects ixiynlty He repealed earlier stntemtnls that SKIVers comments made during the pantry conference will have to come from the governor Buller added I do feel free to tell what 1 See BUTLER FiTge t A Butler Faces Big Schedule On Visit National Democratic Clininvmi Buller winding up n harmony lour of Texas plans lo spend Sunday afternoon in lilc visiting John Nonce Jain er and several hundred1 neigh Schcduleiklo arrive in San Ani tonlo early Sunday morning from Houston Buller will attend Cath olic mass here before making the Uvalde trip County and area parly members will galher for e banquet In But lers honor at fiunday at the Gunter Hotel North Ter race Buller and Mrs II II Democratic National Commlllee women of Seguln will meet Mon day morning nfier which Butler will relurn lo Washington by plane Priests Arrested By Peron Go Free HUKNOS AIKKS Argentina June IS President Juan D 1ornn pin Hie nriny In mil con mm ml of the Argentine nnllon today II flumped iliiwn a light comrol of thr people under it state of In ihn wnke uf Thursdays bloody iiiivnlalr vovolt Al I he snni lime uillioi of ilic Itoinnn Catholic from whlrh IIIIHI 1ms lifcn IMoiimuinUnled thai nil pillsis iinisicil iiYlhc diurclislnlc conflict have Ijcon Ircril fiiiiu nil lliullo liinoupilhn 1orlo Alegrc In said Saturday nfler nixin ilie AiKcnllnc HI my minister Gen Franklin hail Uikcn over effective oninl irf ilie Argentine government anil started niKolinllons wlih forces lo avnid civil war ami Wood shed Tlic Mnllnn Mid Us Informal Irai came from Tnlxmln former dppuly In ihe Argentine Congress who claimed lo have radio conNicl with relide Mill In Argentina Among llic priests freed information snitt was Ihn Rev Uijan KnfacI who was nrieslccl May 21 on a charge of jpilnling and distributing nnti jleron pamphlets I Police hnd raisldritd Fnlher Fontnnclln ami his two Assistants al the Church of he Miraculous Medallion their key in a nationwide campaign to wipe out underground distribution of church HlerHture 85 Arrrslcit TRYING TO outsmile each other at big rodeo in San Antonio Coliseum are Roy Rogers left and Babe Anderson 111 Sterling Babe won a cowboy sail for a slogan Hundreds of kids turned out to see King of the See oilier pictures slory on rodeo Page 14 Phoro Reds Give Five Right to Leave TOKYO June 18 IflRcd announced today five former soldiers who chose to rernnln in Red Chinn nfitr tlm Korean War I have been given The two nssislnnls Rev Mm linn nnd Rev iwiacio Rimol lavs lo were believed nlrciuly lo have lwc ltlc but Hint only been given their provisional rcjlwo nskcl to go nso pending jrfal I li wns not known how many priestswore Iiceil KHjlitylivi have been ariciled since Inst Permlltvit to leave Tlib olhtr November but most hnvc those Japan Ont Bd lurned loose nfler brief cllosc the Unllcil Statci anil v annlhcr lielKlnn chose Tlicra wnt no hint when thl live Tliofc who wanted lo go home a Iclplng radio hroailcnst Included Iwo ot three Americana and unns hnd hccn nsked n go lo pollen Motions for prolccticin against Communist elements ami hnd then been transferred to prl vole for safely TO WELCOME BUTLER Cactus Jackr Dons Work Duds Today Two prlcsls were aliened loilay and police csplnlntd llml pricjls would Haic China Olhrrs Cnn The brondcnst nnirf 17 other former American unldlen whn c i u chose life In Red China could Surrounded by ihrcc nnncd r tmM forces Peron today tip 11lMe Hre his headfiuortcrs Minisliy In Ihe Army UVALDE IS tti Klder stalesmnn John Nance Gamer sheds his old khaki loafing breeches JOHN NANCE GARNER DID IT FOR NOTHING gveay cult fur a luncheon anil frontporch reccptltxi for Knllntinl Democratic Chairman Paul But ler here tomorrow He gcls Inlo his political work ing clothes to lend a hnnd lo Unlier who Is In Texas trying to build tip Democratic ebllilnrlty nixl brliiK the slnte inlo In democratic fold In Quit In lllft Garner who Icfl Washington in bllicr anser with the late KriKiklin Hoosevelt ago lo slny out of pollilcs until he died firsi broce Ihe vtw In 1052 lo help Sneaker Kam Hay burn keep Texas Democrats In for Adlal Stevenson Tliey went down under the Dwight D Eisenhower landslide Now for Ihe seconr time since he went Into political retirement Sre GARNER Page 8A Butler Confident Of Shivers Help Tim army annulled Ihe Illfated nnvalair gamble on armed revolt which cost DfiO dead and nearly Injured Today II took rlimgo of nil security forces Including federal police national gendarmes who guard the frontier nnd marl lime norl police flatbeilngi Out 11 forbade gatherings of more than two persons and put rain forced patrols in battle and See PErtON 8A Hundreds Of Coeds Posed In Nude Senators Learn LOS ANGELES June 18 fl UCLA coeds posing In lha wore credited today wilh helping a investment Into mil liondollarayear mailorder art business Usually we just gave them a of photographs in Iheir clothes in The attractive blonde was a star the Tennes see nearcd the windup of nbcommillce hearings into causes of Juve nile Mn Tajjer e Rwuby Bafecw is the niolher of two teenagers Her 17yearold daughter Dorothy was In the hearing room When I was In the she testified wt initialized They just to us by the only In itnfght none ot Mrs Mary Dorothy fold Seri Bates Kefauver We paid them little ornothing which I thought pornograph She said she and her former hus band Louis Tager t pholograph We even had customers in Cey she said Asked where her hustfand Is now Mrs Tager A former secretary of mini took both him and the business why I am cooperative Subcommittee counsel Jamei H Bobo told the hearing that the nub commillee ttaff answered ads for itreet er the business with JSW enticing photos which appeared in in and operated It until 1951 divorcee They grossed testified way books He added over a million dollars a year She said nude color sIMes cost A cent apiece to produce and mall and weri at fix for The buMaett wai various magazines and comic We wrole in t childish scrawl handwriting wilh letterhead sla llnnary which Easlcrn High School Washington D got the pornographic qirickly wllhout S CIIHISTI June IS National Chair man Paul Buller said today lhal he is sure Gov Allan Shivers wll support the Democratic candidate for president in 1956 I am confident Governor Shi vers will be in line with ihe great mass of Democrats In this stale in 1050 awl will support Ihe Demooralic candidate for presl he said in a speech al a lunch allended by 300 DemocTals fiuller said loday he wns mis quoted in McAllcn when a state ment that the Democrats will carry the stale In 1956 despite Shivers was attributed lo him He said lliat whal really happen ed was that ha was asked If Governor Shivers will not support the Democratic party in do you believe Ihe Democrats will carry Duller said his answer iva I lie said his goes to how newsmen will put words In your Rains Slated In So Texas Souili Conlrn Toxns Is due for some morn llninderfihnwer artlvl ty Tlie nurrent fiveday forecast calls for moderate lo locally heavy wllh widely Kcallercl itninlershowcrB and lo cal Ihimdeifllorms Tho San Antonio area and lhal to the south In not due for any moisture Sunday though There may be some rain to Ihe north ie area In Snn Antonio will range from mld70s lo midDCs In he Vnlley the forecast IB for 7887 temperatures along the coast VRDS in MidValley and 7i 105 In the Hii Crande Valley S A TEMPERATURES Guaranteed watch Diamond liacl been given leave Cpl W ttrlgfi m Kicknpoo Jackurmville Tex Cpl Otho 0 Bell 4M Rt f Olympln Wain Cpl William Cowarf MS Benton Dallnn pa Roger Dcvriendt IVeriviaander en Belgium Louis Verdyck Aniwctrft glum Orlggs Hell anil Dcvrfandt bifladcatl anid aiked to go to United Cowart to go to Japan and to Fnlurf Unccrlnln There was no mention in Hw broadcast of U American Hen cnplurrd Jale In the Korean War when ihplr H29 shot clown Four jet pilotsalso cap lured lale in Ihe war were re See RIODS 5 6 7 8 6 10 U 12 noon I 2 76 7fi 75 76 78 M ft 84 87 3 4 i 8 7 ff fl in II Midnight II 92 93 92 87 84 81 78 Youth Girl Sought by Police Police Me Saturday night Inten sified heir search for a 20year old man who disappeared about fi with the 6yearold daugh ter of a barmaid officers feared foul play In the Mrs CryslaMlo Powers Morales told Patrolman Wil liam the innn whom Mio hnd for some time asked to Inke her ilnnghler out lo Mis Towers works In a tavern in front of her residence The ninn described ss 20 yearn old alHiiu fi feel 2 Inches tail anrl weighing abrtul 200 pounds waj drinking In ilie tavern at the time Mrs Powers said A widespread search for Ihe man and child failed lo prodttca n trnce of them through midnight What Goes on Inside AUmo Almanac 1G Ann Hlrnl 10E Amy Vamferbllt IJE Fakhlnni GagConOnl Oallap Poll Baektlage In Pollllri Bcxvk HfvkWJ Brliltii MI191112E Cattle Clallrr Capitol Nolrkonk Challcr KZMM SB 3G 2F 2B 34F 112C 4H F JB Movlfn NfcLemore Henry SB Naiity He ird 1 HC Oil Rfll tl19lln Travel JG TVIUillfl 141K9
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