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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - July 22, 1947, Albuquerque, New Mexico TODAY'S SMILE 21 of Denver have court for to of the of LEADING NEWSPAPER RIVAL Good Morning Antl A lUrd To A Parly Thai Off In 67th Year Volume 273 Entered matter post office under act of July 22, 1947 Published Every Price 5 Cents Holding Corlett to Aid Secretary of Agriculture Anderson of to head the transportation the fight in against the advisory the Indonesians Claim Dutch Open Full to Abolish 290-112 Surprise Move Aims To Block a Senate Filibuster Next Year July 21 down an Incipient the House passed sent to the today an anti- poll tax The 290 to 112 op. proved legislation in prise maneuver engineered by the Republican leadership was fight of the General who an- his appointment in tn before coming here to fer will handle Appeal Goes to U. N. As U. Planes Spearhead Attack July 22 Indonesian Republican dio reported today forces -had struck East Java in a scale amphibious The snld bondo and had been House Committee Takes to Warpath Against Wallace and His Magazine of The claiming their mil FERNANDEZ VOTES TO BAN POLL TAX July 21 Fernandez X was listed today as voting in. favor of a to prohibit collection of a poll tax prerequisite in for Federal Lusk N. was not on the roll 22 votes more than the two- thirds required for two-thirds vote was required because the measure was called up for consideration out of the regular order of Affects U.S. Offices The if approved by the would make it ful for any state or to require payment of a as a prerequisite to voting in a mary or general election for and vice-presidential tors and of congress Seven now tax There are no for consideration of the in the Senate this for it Is tain to run into a filibuster there QS on several past To Balk Filibuster backers said ly they to get it out of the House this year so the Senate can take it up early in 1048. when a nn Past Two Truck Firm Plans To Bring Kansas Produce Here Plans to farm and dairy products into Mexico Kansas were disclosed Monday by Charles G. head of the Little Audrey Transportation The plans hinge a hearing Commerce Com- mission here Thursday on application for permanent authority to operate as a common carrier of perishable If the permit is verty to establish a major terminal in and to transport farm and dairy com- to other points in MS. New zona and plan lias been en- by the Chamber of whose transportation commissioner said the service would im- present now chiefly by is. a good chance for the Hutchinson a surplus producer of farm to get to the deficit areas of New Mexico and down to he The commodities include ice frozen and fresh fruits and tables and fresh TO SENTENCE CHANDLER July 21 Judge Francis J. W. Ford today set July 30 for the sentencing of Douglas 58, former timore who was convicted of treason for serving as n radio mouthpiece for Nazi propaganda during the The Weather ALBUQUERQUE ANP inch CO In in Con- low tonight Partly cloudy nnd after- noon or and IDO Norm lerm for the movement of equipment arid He was recommended for the ment by General will have his headquarters in Mexico Elmer ing ns chairman of the industry's advisory committee in the the of Chairman Albert New arrived in Albuquerque Monday where Jie has inspected work being Brock and Anderson conferred until early after the con- ference that Brock making a report on the situation and Is tion that the is past the north line of the antine nnd there Is every reason situation Is un- der States officials are ex- tremely happy over the have received from the Mexican who have done everything In their power to and who have followed the advice and experience of the ex- perts sent there by this Brock will remain in que several to confer with who is a patient at St. Joseph's Anderson expects to leave by air early this morning for Salt Lake Lovett President Of Flood Croup B. resigned as. president of the Middle Rio Grande Flood Assn. and was succeeded by Austin D. who had been first vice-president and gave the press ate necessitating quent out-of-town as the reason for his The resignation was accepted by the association's who voted to name Lovett Lovett resigned as treasurer and the directors Conservancy engineer and an association to fill that The directors also discussed plans for the impending ship and fund raising Two Fatally Burned In N. 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July 21 Two persons were fatally five others seriously least nine business destroyed in a ular fire here I Firemen battling the blaze since a bulk sion touched it off shortly be- fore noon they could keep If confined to the area it has gutted unless a south wind springs ENGINEERS MEET July 21 of. five Western states on the engineering committee of the Colorado River Basin Com forces wore taking against the urged Indonesians to lay down their Republican officials accused the Dutch a full-scale Indonesian troops were they were cap- ital near the center of rich blacked out lowing n raid by four Dutch planes on Land From Sea The Republican ministry of in- at Jogjakarta said 80 Dutch had landed from at just principal rice harbor cast Java is more than 500 miles from the western tip of Other Indonesian sources re- ported heavy land fighting under at Bandoeng and in western and central re- Dutch pamphlets dropped over Republican territory said the Netherlands army was advancing to guarantee terms of the under the independence of the United States of Indonesia was to become 1, 1949. Light Censorship Although the Dutch imposed only n light censorship tary correspondents were able to obtain little detailed from Dutch Dutch officials said there would no censorship of political Dutch military said torrential downpours armor and the first communique told only of aerial were hindered by bad The communique stated that the planes which had gone into action against Republican dromes were American in radio appeal from the Indonesian capital of urged the nations of the world the Indonesian question before the United tions Security Judge Tosses Out New Mexico Law On Embezzlement New Mexico's 24-year-old law against embezzlement was ruled unconstitutional Monday by Dis- Judge Albert R. v The if upheld by the State Supreme leave state would without n law against embezzlement by Individ until the legislature could new would result in ending of numerous zomont cases pending here and elsewhere in the ants previously sentenced under the law would be in a position to obtain release from prison or and back civil The decision does not affect other laws against embezzlement Continued nn Para Two House Adopts To Lei Indians Become Citizens July 21 The House today legislation making it easier for obtain -all the nights of United States The measure now goes to the Most Indians are now wards of the federal government and special to Under the an Indian who wants full rights can apply the for a writ of competency If the writ is the would then given all the rights of a white The provides that an Indian born the date of the law's enactment shall have -a certificate competency issued to him upon reaching the age of 21. Representative McCormack told the House of Commission nre meeting the Indian race arc about as good dny In Americans as we Air Full of Planes Here as CAP Caravan Makes Night Stop on Tour More 40 airplanes from and Northern New ico swooped down on the airport Monday completing the first leg Sands Proving Ground to observe test firing Army The CAP flyers nnd their guests were honored at a dinner given by the Chamber of nl of the Civil Air the Monday night followed sky tour of the i by at Joel Using every type of civilian the started the at University in picking up Col. Howard tions nil along the By commanding officer lime the flyers reach Kirtland were special noon the squadron will consist ot an estimated 100 Col. Homer D. dant of the CAP said the caravan will circle Albuquerque morning in flying In groups according to size nnd make taking off for cast part of the At the will be luncheon guests of the Roswell Chamber of The tour will end July 29 at Denver after stops at Sliver Doming and a visit to White Wolfgang pioneer spoke on In The Chamber of Com- merce nnd the stressed the coming ngc of n new air sized the scenic nnd facilities available Mexico and the Max secretary of the Chamber of presented each ner guest of the Land of Enchantment and ing nnd aviation maps of New Albuquerque Man Killed in Mora 21 man E. 31, of que died in o local hospital effects of an tric shock received Saturday while repairing a transformer nt a lineman of the Rural Electrification ed a on addition to Harris received severe head and internal Injuries when the current threw him the He is survived by his Ada three Mrs. F. E. Pearl and of E. Russell Harris of Ore. He was a veteran of World War Funeral services will be held Wednesday at o'clock in Palm Chapel the the Rev. Russell V. Goff Fahy Alternate To Meeting July 21 A former Santa Fe Charles was among the alternates in the American gation named by President man today to the September sion of the Nations eral Secretary of Stale Marshall Is expected to head the delegation to the next In New York Sept. 16. Mr. Truman sent lo the Senate the nominations of these Delegates Warren R. senior representative in the UN Security Mrs. Franklin D. V. Johnson and John Foster in addition to were Willard assistant Continued on Quits State Department July 21 last of the original of early Roosevelt Administration bowed out today when President Truman accepted his resignation as selor of the State To succeed him President nominated Charles veteran foreign service officer and the Department's sian 1 The shift enables Secretary of State Marshall to keep ly nt his side his closest adviser on Soviet Boulen would have been due for a foreign next January under u law limiting foreign service of- to tours of four years in the United The rule does not apply to posts requiring such ns the tion of Also sent to the Senate along with the nomination was that of John Carter an- other career to be ister to The 52-year-old steps out 31. He wrote that after 14 years he wished take a rest free from all official Mr. Truman said accepted the resignation ter consultation with Secretary House Agrees on For Reclamation Elephant Butte Given Senate Still Must Vote on July 21 House ed today a conference agreement providing for the Interior portment for the next 12 months including for re- clamation project construction in the The money granted the ment as a whole in the confer ence report sent to the Semite was or 34.3 per less than the budget estimate of The Reclamation Bureau re- than the budget estimate of in the conference agreement on which the Senate has still to act. Cites Biff Carryover Representative Robert P. Jones chairman of the House Interior appropriations told the House that the conference figure is er than be thought but with carry-over of unexpended funds from last year the new money the Reclamation Bureau total program for the fiscal ending next Juno 30. Following are the conference agreements by the House for reclamation project From the general fund of the Columbia Davis Col- Central Hungry Gila Kings River 000; Missouri river Fort Peck Funds From the reclamation Boise di- Anderson ranch Orchards Palisades Rio Grande New Klamath dcn river Provo river 000 and authority to enter up to al Shoshone power Southwestern Power tration was stripped in the final to in- new money for operation and maintenance of its transmission the agency is permitted to use its unexpended balances from last year's appropriation for the con- struction of links connection with the tion of the trans- mission and for other en- and administrative Dixon Resident Admits Killing Brother-in-Law SANTA July 21 J. 31-year-old pleaded guilty today be- fore District Judge David vez to a charge of manslaughter growing out of the death early Sunday of Jose 50, near Judge Chavez sentenced larde to from one to three years in the slate Stole Police A. B. tinez said Velarde hud n statement to that he and had been drinking Into Saturday and that on way home ho had struck his in-law with a Match Regrets Long Vacation of Congress July 21 Hatch N. told the Seriate today that good old days of prolonged vacations are gone and that ho is the Republican leadership has decided to adjourn Saturday un- til the next session starts in He said Congress not the present dismal state of world a to reconvene early in the Sour's Cause Hearing Up Today Hearings for the owner and three drivers of the com Service charges of violating the garbage have been postponed until Wednesday police Judge E. C. said Meanwhile the garbage company's Abe -is slated to appear before n special session of the city commission at 11 n. m. to show why tract shouldn't be revoked for In S. P. Strike July 21 Brotherhood of tive Engineers struck the Pacific Lines ot the Southern Pacific Railroad tonight but the tie-up may bo for negotiators are continuing efforts to reach ment and a union source ed a possible settlement P. 0. West Coast chairman of the emerged from the conference room at to tell newsmen that tentative agreement had been reached on all 20 working rule changes demanded by the are hanging on he think there will be a settlement Engineers left their cabs in P. terminals promptly at 6 p. m. Pickets appeared in some Trains moving at 6 p. m. wore to finish runs to division Peterson's statement was the only word coming out the conference in the four hours which followed the strike zero The strike capped a long con- Involved the action were lines of the Southern Pacific south of and west of. N. El and as well as two SP One of the union demands was a guaranteed daily wage of ns the Sugar Stamp Peddler Described at Trial SANTA July 21 tion of a sugar stamp and the testimony of. an 18-year-old Lea State Bank employe highlighted the trial today of A- M. and Trudy charged with conspiring to falsify government records by the establishment of fictitious sugar Charles C. chief in- for the sugar section of the former Office of Price Ad- ministration Denver snid huge quantities of sugar stamps from nn driving a black with license And Jesse 18. present Continued on rive Morgan Wins Yacht Race While Asleep in Bed July 21 Frank white-haired film today became the first person ever to win the classic race while fast When hour of arrived nt n. m. He was not at they finish line peering into the morning mists for n glimpse of Sea the only yacht in the field of 33 to a chance to beat his Dolphin II on a handicap He snoozing soundly at the Hawaiian City Manager Arthur P. Stan ton said Monday he had issued the order last week-end which resulted in the citing ot Sour imd three his truck drivers for failure to cover their garbage said he had planned have only one driver cited to show the garbage firm mean in the matter of ting trucks But he guessed Hint look the order too with the re- sult other garbage truck drivers were Police records disclosed that Joe L. 19M West New who was first driver cited Saturday was cited again about on the a truck without n The citation quoted vez as saying his truck had never had a cover since ho went to work for the garbage Same The other two drivers who face the same charge were tagged about noon They arc 331 West ticketed in the 900 block of West New nnd Luis 512 West in 700 block West Mountain Stanton denied that the cause hearing had anything slated to do for today with his sudden order for ment of the garbage He said he had been urging the garbage company at least a to get its trucks covered nnd cited one instance on Coal where he required n bage truck's crow to clean a quantity of trash that had blown Into the Today's special session will re- place the usual Tuesday night Commission Chairman Buck Sour Says Trucks Will Arrive Soon Abe head of the United Service scheduled to go before a city commission hearing today in regard to the garbage contract held by his said he received tion Monday from the Garwood In Uic first two of his eight new trucks would bo shipped July 28. Sour said the telegram ed delay in delivery of the trucks was nnd was by a strike in the truck He said also that the other six to the firm's were scheduled for delivery In In connection with the sion hearing Sour said lie would -bo glad to take or the entire city plus representatives of the Albuquerque newspapers lo nny spot In the city they might select nnd prove to them that being handled can pick the Sour The garbage company head said he also had placed n special truck on the run to handle plaints which came In. Hears Testimony Communists Push For Third Party Lawmakers Demand Records on Ownership Of the New Republic July 21 House tee on ties took to Henry A. Wallace DHOW today after testimony that the Communists nrc for n third party which he The testimony came from ter S. chairman of the National Security Committee oj the American Coalition of Civic and Fraternal After hearing committee asked hts the for records he Highway Post Off ice Is Suggested For State by Rail Mailmen s Head There probably is a need in Now for the newest in mail the highway post Elton L. Los An- president of the Eighth Di- Railway Mail snid lore who came to que for the division's biennial con- snid only about five routes were being covered by the which consists of by mail clerks who sort the mail en -Ie suggested the Tnos section of New Mexico could bo given better service by such The approximately 30 sonic of thorn by up gested improvements in to be presented to the Post Office Department nnd the association's If will bo likewise The at El Fidel will continue through Davis said the association will endeavor to obtain better and for Improvement of nnd senators for postal Service In the which Includes the Hawaiian and Association members are ed to rate 97 per cent in their current at but the average is 97 per cent. Members of the association all units of air railway seaport and highway post snld ho hns on the ownership of the New weekly zine of which Wallace is replied he would be to furnish the first of 14 witnesses slated for n week of hearings on Communist testified American Reds wartime atomic experts on the of their It was when he told Com- working for a major third party of that turned lo a discussion of prompted by pointed tions from Representative Mundt The notional of the Communist party issued call at n meeting In New York on Feb. 23. for the Immediate formation of a coalition of left into a third early In Red Fronts he reorganizing of Red fronts This resulted In the forming of the Progressive Citizens of ica He said this organization Is the machinery through which other parties will be penetrated or third party that the Mundt which one Henry A. Wallace is a man nnd Steel Under further the Progressive zens is linked a California group headed 6y Robert Kenny which has sounded n President Steele said ny has some other you know anything about the ownership of the New Re- public Mundt have the records In my of- the witness it financed almost ex- by foreign 98 per it was incorporated originally In England and now is incorporated in About Magazine Chairman J. Parnell Thomas N. then asked Steele whether he could supply his ords on the The ness quickly Michael publisher oJ the New commented in on Pica Gov. Mabry Tells Dwyre to Enforce Car From tlie Journal's Santa Fc Bureau SANTA July 21 Gov. Thomas Indicated ence today with drivers of slate cars who fall to display proper nnd disclosed he had asked Highway Engineer Burton Dwyre to check ly for The governor may be n few drivers who aren't ing on stale I nm making It plain lions nrc going lo result In body's going He snid It Is un- der the law to enforce the nia rule nnd that Chief Inlo It at Previously Dwyre had said that n 1939, regulation placed enforcement of laws governing state in the hands ot the police came back with have no orders to chock state The two for each state were distributed July 3 .by Dwyre said today he had asked department In to instruct employees in their proper And that he personally was checking into violations and would notify department heads of abuses AS I learn
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