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Amarillo News-Globe, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1948, Amarillo, Texas MORNING NEWSPAPER Local Regional World News FINAL CITY kO N AMARILLO SUNDAY VOL. 24, NO. 51. Day and Night SUNDAY DECEMBER 26, 1948 44 PASES PRICE 10 CENTS Tigers Trim Sandies for Title Change in Labor Law Is a Tough Truman Problem Dec. 25 triumphant man administration has run into a tough and embarrassing When should the Labor be re- This prime question ol tics and timing suddenly has become the most discussed topic in the labor President soon must de- cide what to recommend to He has been getting plenty of conflicting The President is expected to ask Congress to repeal the Act and restore the Wagner Act with certain ul- producing a new mise labor Here is where the problem comes in: Should these things be done In one This might take lot of Or should they be done in two separate Quick repeal of the Act and re-enactment of the Wagner Passage of the Amendments There Is considerable evidence that Mr. Is leaning ward the Sen. J. Howard McGrath of Rhode the Democratic National flatly predicted a this But If the President asks for he will be acting contrary to the advice of the the to reliable his own Labor Most labor leaders want the They fervently desire the Immediate erasure of the The only tute they want at the start Is Wagner which guaranteed em- ployees the right to organize into Fumble Costly for Sandies in First Quarter Action at Fort Worth Victory March Of Snapped 21-0 By PUTT POWELL Sports Writer TCU FORT Dec. Amarillo's Golden Sandies weren't ex- to defeat the Waco Tigers as the great untied elevens clashed on this Christmas afternoon for the 1948 Texas high school football And they The final score was Waco 21, Amarillo 0. Without James Garner the brilliant all-around wingman it was feared the finalists from the North would be out- And they But if it had been humanly possible for a bunch of sters to make up for the loss of their great the ent edition of the Amarillo High School team would Waco Tigers came in Irom all sides to pounce on this Sandie tumble in the first period of the state Class AA final football game in Fait Worth lack Chambers made the recovery lor Waco alter rillo back lack Newby on the ground at ex- treme lost control of the ball when he was tackled by Tiger tackle Robert Knowles near Waco back Bobby cones in at center and Sandie guard lack Davis is at Other unidentified players are in Referee is Ab See sports Page 8 ior picture oi Marvin McNeil carrying the ball for the Blackout for Israel Ordered The Associated Israel ordered a complete and unrestricted blackout into unions restrict unions in effect last night lor the whole Jewish The order was any The labor most of acknowledge privately that certain amendments will be such as outlawing jurisdictional But they want these to come along In a second Tragedy Has Day of Own The Associated Twenty-nine died ently during the Christmas Eighteen lost their lives in fic five were shot to three were knifed one was burned to a small child was poisoned accidentally and an overdose of sleeping pills caused another The tion was begun at AM A father and a were killed and the child's mother was critically Injured Friday night In a head-on automobile crash on the Houston highway 15 miles cast of The dead were Allen Ladd of and his year-old Deborah Mrs. Edith Marek suffered a tured skull and two broken She was taken to a Victoria At a Walter was stabbed to death Friday A murder charge was filed against another Rhome H. died at Fort Worth Christmas Day of injuries received night when he hit by truck in Fort A murder charge was filed against Jim 10-year-old Houston in the Friday night of another Jessie his Also In Houston Friday John 50. was shot to death at his home following an ment with a The Albert was charged with In a third incident at Houston Friday Louis 22, ivas fatally stabbed during a gang Five persons were Catrino 31, and Antonio 23, were killed when the car in which they were riding overturned near Friday Ralph 65. Mexla was killed when he was struck a car in Mexla Christmas George Charles 3. of was accidentally shot to broadcast urgently over state radio stations Yesterday lowing recent air raids at or near Nazareth and Israeli blackouts previously were restricted to the battle I Arab planes bombed Israel a few hours after the blackout was Air raid sirens sounded in Tel Aviv and the alert lasted more than an hour and a It was ally reported a few bombs were dropped on the but no damage was In now Jewish the famed Christian Church of the Annunciation was blacked out ing the annual Christmas midnight mass after planes raided Northern Three children were killed and five were injured when the planes scored a direct hit on a children's home in a Jewish settlement near An Israeli man said the bombing ried out just before was made by Egyptian The raids occurred in a section of the Holy Land that has been quiet for weeks under the United Nations A Jericho dispatch said a Stork Is Busy Aide for Santa The stork brought his share of Christmas cheer to people in His deliveries made more work There are several candidates for Lewis Christmas day Christmas was only two and a half hours old when a baby girl Thieves Take No Holiday burglars and bandits took advantage of Christ mas Eve to ply their trades with more than usual Police are looking for a bandit who used a knife Friday night to hold up the of the Victory Theater and take unidentified plane dropped three bombs near Jericho Friday No damages or injuries were in- Arab legion and TJN sources said the presumably circled the five utes and then dropped one The plane then passed over Abdullah's winter palace in and ped two more bombs on the banks of the River The size of the craters indicated the bombs might have been 500- TJN observers The planes which bombed the Nazareth district first appeared over Haifa and the town of areth They were driven away from both places by anti-aircraft Holiday Edition oi Today The folks who get out The day enjoyed a holiday last night most of the other people of and the High This edition of the Sunday per went to press early last night in order for employes in all de- to spend the final hours of Christmas Day with their The news department of the tinned operations on a holiday schedule to handle any major late news And everybody at the newspaper wishes everybody who reads the paper a peaceful and happy new positions around the port Jor but no American pilots of the nault airline were reported flying relief missions to Tientsin through some of the worst visibility of the They were landing on an emergency airstrip on the Tientsin One returning to Shanghai was quoted as saying the whole Tientsin area was being ged but too darned quiet there's something fishy going This squared with a general belief in North China that the present lull is due to some sort of secret negotiations over Tientsin and Iso- lated The Chinese Communist radio yesterday broadcast a list of 45 INDONESIA I Mrs. Samuel Bay 1403-A Then at o'clock Christmas children were at 'the P. Boute were looking over a new baby boy at the same A son was born at o'clock this afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Buford 1203 North in Osteopathic Another a little was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack 1305 in the same pital Two other mothers were in Osteopathic Attendants said they expected the stork before Christmas eve was the time for arrival of a boy for Mr. and Mrs. D. W. 1502 West at St. Anthony's and a girl for Mr. and Mrs. Lucine N. 2603 at west Texas A third Christmas Eve child is a son of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. 419 The youngster was born at o'clock Friday after- noon in Amarillo Osteopathic Chinese government leaders military men it said were and Dutch ignoring a United Nations cease-fire yesterday captured the last major city of the Indonesian republic and I seized almost all of Other Netherlands units had gained or were within reach of the major productive areas of In a. week of fighting the Republican army has it is no longer an organized fighting Whether the Republicans have re- enough strength to mount damaging guerrilla attacks against the Dutch remains to be A Christmas Day Netherlands leath by another small child at Gene 33, died a communique announcing the cap- ture of told of Dutch criminals well known for their heinous whom all Chinese agree receive the Just Heading the as might have been was Generalissimo Chiang Madame Chiang also was The was not Most of the names were not but the list included Li who has been mentioned in China tion as a possible peace j and former Premier Chang also mentioned as a peace Urges Draft of Medics Students Manager Joe So far police have arrested no suspects in the twin window ings at two Amarillo jewelry stores Friday valued at was taken from the window of the Amarillo Band 116 east by a thief who shattered the plate glass The same system of thievery was used at the Lewis Jewelry Sixth and but no estimate of the value of the missing articles has been Burglars entered the home of A. B. Latham at 744 North Pierce Christmas Eve and made off clothing and household articles today ued at Entrance was through a kitchen window while the family was Mrs. Finis Wright reported to police that a purse containing in cash was stolen from her home at 1516 while she was in the back Tiyo doctors reported thefts of medical kits from their cars parked at Northwest Texas Hospital mas Dr. H. K. 4216 West reported that a small amount of narcotics was in a bag stolen from his Dr. W. 1105 Van did not say whether there was any narcotics in the kit stolen from The Weather Weather AND Mostly cloudy and warmer WEST Cloudy and warmer with NEW Partly cloudy today with scattered light showers In the south Warmer In the east portion this Temperatures by hours 7 AM 24 But It wasn't possible and the Sandstorm went down in defeat for the first time this In it was the first time the Panhandle champions had been behind all There always will be those backers who figure Amarillo would have won the game and the state championship if Garner had Of that point never will be But this writer never will be con- that Waco boasted a team over Amarillo at full The loss of Claude Fox regular fullback who went out with Lynch has been offered the injuries right before the tion as head coach at Beaumont final game also School at The sal the would be a reported you can't take away from the They have a outstanding of the greatest champions In the history of the Interscholastic The triumph also established Waco High as the all-time undisputed leader in Texas boy It was the fifth clear-cut championship and the Tigers also were in 1945 to give them five and one- halt Amarillo Is next in line with lour was no doubt as to the top club on the field today In the minds of the fans who sat uncomfortably In the freezing weather to witness the 19th an- Waco scored right before the end of each half and on a blocked punt early in the third back Dick Parma booted the three extra The first was for 5 the second 18 yards on the blocked punt and the third one ft 2-yard The Tigers 8 AM 9 AM 10 AM 11 AM Max. Max. Sunrise AM 1 PM 2 PM 3 PM 4 PM Min. PM Lynch Visits In Beaumont FORT Dec. 25 Amarillo Head Coach Howard Lynch was the subject of much conversation around the press box this after- noon at the football According to the rumors the scribes from all over the His salary at ii Lynch left Port Worth soon after the game for ly to confer with the that Lynch's contract at Amarillo ex- pires next of Santa Had Cold Trip Santa Clans had a cold trip back to the North Very little new snow feil inas Day except in scattered of the nation but already chilly temperatures continued to The US Weather Bureau predicted a cold wave sweeping In from Central Canada across the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley Into the Appalachian There were some snow flurries expected with the lower marked up their 14th straight yesterday the high be called a great The US Weather Bureau at English Field said no precipitation was In Waco never lax until late in the contest but the Sandstorm never made a real scoring A fumble on the Waco 24 in the final period killed Amarillo's closest After completing 27 out of 41 on Page 8) Farmer Slayer of Four Is Trapped at Mother's Home Bob Hope in Berlin Too Dec. 25 airlift delivered Bob Hope and 10 tons of canned corn to Berlin t. n nc i Kiln wiu thls I of f he shot four persons to farmer emerged barefooted and with Dec. 25 48 years Lucedale gave up with a sheepish grin today and told The famed comic flew into the blockaded city after doing a mas Eve show for US airmen in He will do two today at the Titania biggest theater in the American Sharing the spotlight will be Ir- ving Jane and Jinx Sheriff J. Guy said ton admitted under by a score of officers here that he killed his his 18-year-old his old and George County Sheriff J. E. The object of a four-day hunt through three Hinton was Several American notables will captured without a struggle this spend the Yuletide in A- mong them are Alben Air Secretary Stuart Symington and Kenneth Army Secretary Storm Windows and Storm Doors Olver Lumber Co. morning at the home of his Mrs. Jennie near Miss. A squad of sippi and Alabama acting on a surrounded the frame 18 miles south of One of the fired a shot and ordered Hinton to come Krebs said the gray-haired hands He grinned and spoke to one of the officers in the posse who knew told us he had planned to kill his wife since she divorced him Nov. 13, but he said he hadn't meant to kill his baby Krebs The sheriff said Hinton gave this version of the Hinton wrapped his shotgun In Christmas gift paper last day night and went to his ex- wife's He began ing her about a visit to with her Then he unwrapped the and when she attempted to grab it from it was dis- the load striking her In the He shot her once more and stepped Into the next room where the baby was laying She was shot once under the chin. Hinton realized that his had gone to get Sheriff so he went across the road and waited alongside the As the sheriff drove up with he shot Nelson twice through the Next he went up to the car and shot who was at- tempting to The shots terrified Hinton's who ran screaming to said he told the you get away from I ain't going to hurt Hinton escaped in the sheriff's Sandie Band Shares in Half-Time Events at Big Game ram gunshot wounds Friday Mary Arline 19, San was found dead in her bed by her parents Friday A Bexar County health officer said death was caused by an accidental overdose of sleeping Since 6 PM of the 143 dead over the Ill lost their lives on the The National Safety Council predicted that before the Yuletide is over traffic deaths will total 365. Accidents other than traffic counted for 32 Including tims of home FIRE SCORCHES TRAILER Fire the interior trailer house in the 1400 block of a North East Eighth last men were called about 7 Neighbors said the trailer belongs to Walter 1403 North East and is used for Order bsr for S- communications is 85 miles east of fallen the medical students and other The Dutch also took 30 specialists right along with other miles southeast of the send back communique They now at government advanced 80 miles southward from their north coast landing place at and are within 30 miles of the south coast in that region of Central CHINA Movement of at least two sions of government j ing some cavalry and through j Nanking's streets was the only sign of activity yesterday in China's civil Some of the soldiers evidently were returning from the fronts Just north of Nanking while others were A tangle of motorists and rickshaw coolies watched the whenever authorities decide the training would be in the nation's future The which might require changes in the Selective Service Act of 1948. would substitute ior I the educational deferments being j granted certain classes of It would apply only to specialists 22 years of soldiers silently as they slogged through the The Chinese navy announced its AGED WOMAN DIES Dec. 35 Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday for Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth 93 years widow of Richard resident of A. Peck and lifetime Mrs. Peck warships were shelling Communist yean died She was a ter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy were among first residents of this founded 66 The Amarillo High School Sandie Band formed a huge letter in the foreground between at the state AA high school football championship game in Fort Worth The Waco High School band formed a letter in The two bands played a Christinas melody as students between two bands hold a map ei Texas locating Amarillo Waco on it On Earth Will ward Waco won ball 21-0. the offing for A few fine snowflakes fell in Amarillo yesterday afternoon from clouds which rolled in from the north about 3 A little snow was reported at Hereford yesterday Higher temperatures and ing cloudiness was forecast for arillo and vicinity for High temperature expected The forecasters said temperatures may drop to 5 to 15 degrees below zero tonight in western and northern New 6 below to five in Ohio and zero to 19 above in New West ginia and northern Kentucky and 10 to 15 above as far south as and southern Much colder weather also b forecast for Delaware and Meanwhile cold began to dip further In the Mountain and Plains New York City will miss predicted record snow fall but there will be some snow tonight ending by Sunday Nearly everywhere across tht country the thermometers were ing Even in Southern California Santa got his fingers It was the chilliest Christmas In 32 years there with the mercury at 38 early Christmas Day in Los Angeles equalling the 1916 holiday low A rainstorm moved slowly southward along the Oregon coast an small craft warnings were Daily News Index The Editor's Letter Thousands of Germans held in Red L Hltes set for crash victim Jackson miniature train makes fun run Pair held in Diane Mrs. Casey Jones likes to Three GOP leaders blamed for defeat 7 Los Angeles cut traffic death's Page Answers to Questions Used car outlook 11 Fins and Classifieds Four major problems for Texas A-Bomb Guards a picture story Mayor to live outlook for year SECOND SECTION Society and news of to women PacM f-1 POD the Tri-State Survey Pace 19 Newsboy wins motor subscription contest 11 Talks to Teens Page 11 Bie jump in population teen for Plains Page It Business Briefs Page It Radio programs Pace IX Union men clarify on county Jobs Pan II Comic and crossword puzzle Pan 14 Polio victim nets a brace for Christmas Pace 13 Former Boys Ranchers return for 17 Little Joe polio in second grade Page II The Bookworm Steps Out II U Pare Pan C Page 11 Pases 12-14 f Page 14 U
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