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Del Rio News-Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1948, Del Rio, Texas Prow Direct Wire and NRA Feature DEL Rio WEATHER if h 1 1 v tonight VOL XX OBI RIO TUESDAY APRIL It NUMBER 17 Authorize Negotiations For Toll Free Bridge At Del Rio Over Rio Grande Walter Wilson 42 Succumbs Sunday Last Rites Tuesday At 4 Radio Advertising Agency Executive Dies Early Sunday Walter Ray Wilson radio advertising executive died of a heart attack Sunday morning at 4 In tits home 1310 North Main Street He was stricken Sat afternoon shortly after oclock Funeral services were planned for 4 p in Tuesday In the Cha pel Rev Sam Morris famous radio evangelist was here from San Antonio to conduct the rites and burial is to be made in Cemetery under the direction of the Doran Funeral Rome WM born in Kan sas November 8 1005 He came to Del Rio in 1033 and had been In radio here ever since He WM a member of the firm Wil son and Howard Radio ing Agency Wilson married Miss Evelyn Couch November 4 1933 Survivors Include his widow Mrs and a son Walter Ray Wilson Jr of Del Rio Other Include his uncle and Mr and Mrs Jim of Mil ford un uncle Dan Youn kln of a nephew Wilson of Chi cago Claude Wilson of Port Worth and Karl Youkin of a Mrs Louise Wilson of Chicago All are here for the services Other relatives here for the fu neral are Mr and Mrs Johnson of North Dakota Mra Johnson being Mrs Wilsons mother Mrs Wilsons Mrs Edna of and her nephew Ben St Louis of To Hold Health RoundUp For North Heights A roundup for preschool children will be by North Association Friday All of chil dren who reside u North are urged to bring their children to Uie cafeteria in North School at 1 p m or cal Children by muni bring for them to at tend the roundup Dr Hyalop will be the ex physician MONKEY WICHITA FALLS April 13 moo key ahow for five have gawked the five iUie African who refute to be lured book to their by they leaped from branch high to uncoil that bwo offered lor recapture April ail put oo train Uw coal to p Lecturer Dr A H W MacDonald world traveler and missionary nnd cousin o Use late Ramsay Mac in visiting in Del Rio He will speak at the luncheon meeting of the Lions Club Thursday And is available for other speaking engagements Dr MacDonald wus in Drl Rto in 1932 and spoke to organizations and at church gatherings MINERS RETURN TO WORK AT LEWIS WORD WASHINGTON April 13 Thousands of soft coal miners re turned to work Tuesday in res ponse to word from John L to end their strike But many others still stayed home They apparently were await ing Use outcome of Lewis contempt of court trial Wednesday lor ignor ing a court order to end Uie strike last week Army In Control In Bogota Revolt Blamed On International Communism BOGOTA Colombia April MPi The army Is In complete con trol Tuesday and delegates to the PanAmerican conference appear to resume the deliber ations cut short by a bloody revolt U 8 Secretary of State George C Marshall blamed the revolt which flared Friday on International Communism Cubas delegate Belt said he believes and Secretary Marshall agrees that the revolt was not aim ed at Columbia government but at disrupting the conference and dis crediting American democracies I the delegates suspension or postponement of the conference would have a fatal influence on the Italian Belt said Monday night The Italian elections are sched uled Sunday and Monday The delegates may resume their conference Wednesday Delegates are said to have agreed to shelve economic matters scheduled for dis cussion before the revolt struck in the matter of U S aid to Latin America s These would come I up under this plan at a Inter con ference possibly In Argentina The conference still has before It a Chilean resolution condemning world Communism The government called up public works engineers for the Herculean task of cleaning up the capital Many people were returning to their normal activities and quiet pre from other parts r of Uie country indicated complete A check in the coal showed calm The shooting phase of the production as high as 75 percent In Firemen Rescue Girl Trapped By Elevator some sections of Western Pen and Illinois There had been some advance estimates that about onethird of the strikers would show up at the pith Tuesday District officials had the working force would be the movement In the soft coal fields more than sympathy strikers in the hard coal fields of eastern Pennsylvania jobs went back to their Commission Authorizes RUSSIA BUILDING Procedure GREATEST AIR FORCE IN WORLD Her left leg pinned between a Boston freight elevator and a beam Ethel of Cambridge Mass clings to one of her rescuers to help ease the pain Fireman hacked away Tor more than an hour to free her She suffered lacerations of the left leg and severe shock NEA Constitutionality Of NonCommunist Provision Qf Labor Act Is Upheld EightyTwo Attend Scout abortive revolution appeared at un end Marshall told newsmen and con ference delegates Monday night oa River the revolt followed Uie same pat tern as outbreaks which have pro labor In France and preelection unrest in Italy Delegates are expected to ratify Tuesday determination to i Scouts from Del Rio and Brack eltville participated Friday ami Sat in a district at Central Power and Light grounds David Young camping ac chairman and Myron J Potts directed the Friday night a camp lire was held with each patrol presenting continue the conference here des pite the which have destroyed much ul the city and killed 300 per High Del Rio After Hot Day Monday After a hot day during which tile crept up to 99 degrees a wind hit Del Ulo Monday night The dropped lo a minimum of 03 Tuesday morning with a wind out of the blowing until before noon TO April 13 L M Keuyon told Judge J OHoward he ready tu de fend L Cox shipyard work er charged with murder Kenyon spent three dayi its coun ty all for contempt of court after he refused to accept appointment U counsel lor Cox charged in fatal of Officer B r it I will accept the if acquit the MM Monday TW April R H farmer mayor PLANU WORTH MMl Ww of MMl fetal at Earlier close to Marshall Uie U H had taken Uie stand the conference most remain In Bo gota final decision on Uie future of the conference U expected after a meeting Tuesday afternoon Marshall in the conference delegate the Colombian gov a morning patrols competed a standard in the ol log splitting water boiling knot tying roix throwing nature lore due the flag first aid race and ol war and leaders at tended The Bear oi Troop 70 the Flaming Arrow of 77 the Cobra ol 76 won A banners with from 1430 to Wolf of IS publicly to attribute the Jolly of 73 and 1 mtj nl 74 revolution to world and j won U c banner went to to Russia Tbo Colombian government ais Monday that It had severed diplomatic with Uie So viet Union Two describ ed M were among on of having the rioU EDITOR HOUSTON April U were Tues day for funeral fur W editor of the Hous ton Chronicle who Monday in New York The body by the Widow daughter Mary Lee aud brother 8 Of York will arrive in Houston a p m April MUt to fire at Uw Cobra ot Kagle ol 74 and Beav er of o Or OIL MAN IVx 13 Pew ot like lute J ftw Idem ol the Oil Co tiled at her home here early Tuesday alter a her daughter Mia H W Philadelphia and a John K Pew M dun Oil k WASHINGTON April 13 special Federal Court Tuesday upheld the Ity ot the nonCommunist pro vision in the Lab u Act That provision un ion officers to file a sworn si He men t they arc in their union their labor unions au to make use of the National Labor Relations Boards machinery The court upheld the provision on a Ll vote Judge Wilbur K Miller and Judge J Laws upheld the provision Judge E Barrett Pni The wus brought bv the CIO National Maritime Union Many top labor union men have been critical if the provision Hone call it an insull for to demand labor men make uch a o Kay lor To Put New On Religion In Education Scout Training Course Starts Tuesday Night A training course Jor leaders Scout leaders will be held Tues dav ai 7 HI p m In tin House ol ol the First Church J Presley Pound training for the Del Kin district Hummed or the arid Scouters be Mrs H K Cub leaders course Is tor Cub pack I dell mother and ten and will run three instil Tuesday II Join will Hie baMe Seoul leader Seoul their asM troop e 111 am coin Ill li IV HI run i Her j Cub i M April is Uir in Uie work Air S Uild the services sorni fn ti H wilh us o roach 11 in thf lie smil cd m Ir A hill ini a dril i Ihp armod forces I men about than nou ha The for 70 air with at present We know Russia is building 12 limes as we are thr They are building up the air force in the world The seiA ice com voted v for a lop limit of 25 years on anv re quired registration under the pro posed draft and Universal Training program The Offense Department har re quested that men through 44 be required to register A considered bv the House 01111111 tee calls for registration of men 2 through 29 Chairman Gurney HKD snid Senate committee has reached no decision on the lower ase The administration has asked for regis tration of 18 years olds up or Hie draft and 17 vears olds for IMT told the com abandoned hope of having any bills ready for Senate action this week He said the delay is due to lack of report from Defense Secretary nnd the joint chiefs oi staff regarding congressional de mands for more fighting air power The JCS which includes lop of ol the armed services has recommended only expansion ot the air force Member of Congress have the larger In to questions loin Hep Johnson a said he considers the Alt Force ot 70 groups more important lo na tional security than Universal Mi Training Johnson asked whether produc tlon control such as allocation ol steel might be to bund up the all force lo 70 in he not be net o State Highway To Negotiate With Mexico ol tidal in Philadelphia The body wilt be teat Ui PU lor AUSTIN Tea April 13 The 04 April la U U tut Week in by ford H in ot the for at Ban oil 31 governor ail to of good Illi ke V lite 1 in Ill i J WACO Tex April 13 j lor Tuesday looked i ward to an enlargement land a niW emphasis on religion la i Dr William While preacher and educator who over as the university suU u speech pitpaied lur tile inauguration Those who Uni had a concept ol H was to serve the alul stale i shall uUU what lluy always Ulc wuriu B Ue Ihc ut as an They tor lo Uy lui our They in tended Ui Influence culture aim snj clety with our They lo enrich aud tile Kingdom ut Jou Fire Damages Stacked Phone Poles Tuesday a ol to Coil ee Vul and u II lie till at 1 m nil a burning lo U y bullied uj Clc pole oi t I U Ihc Christian Apm ul suiti I In nm with Ihc UU tcr nought lj Ui All oil part ul the 111 uuu nitrate Band To Raise Funds For Mustang Hand A balld el t be ul rt in Hie Felipe School Hand in I S Umi The t i I fluids lo Han band I sillier laid A Jl net Ued tor the ll JOO has ahead been telda Kio Weather Information by II 13 uf UK I Hil ArNU I V faill cloudy lino allci lall tonight aod lv MUAI toti minimum Vu Mini temperature IhLo cooler In the Del Klu Pi I A it for the 11 mem Ui with la with for a toll free at Del Rio lias h thr State Highway m I ion KosUi of the Hii Chamber of Commerce bv F ol Uie bv tele phone Monday that the commission pa srr Mie order authorizing tie Department Ui negotiation with for the and maintenance of a loll fier at Del Rio Such i been the iro jei t of the Chamber of Commerce fr the past two years I A wa introduced in Congress 1 J ne ID tile Commission ti witli for the I by the Senate anri duly into law 2 1946 hv the Public Road A sociation indicate will cost Tho wooden approach to the bridge auo aiui routed down a and over the unpaved vrga to an other to cross the Interna tional over the Rio Grande to Villa Acuna Coat ruction ot the Is u the West Chamber ot Commerce A delegation mm the before Iho on behalf of 154 towns in the area pleading lor the at a special executive session 31 Identify Body Of Man Found In Cane Patch Tex April 13 The ol a man found dead in a aiie patch near heer Sunday been tentatively identified A M Downs 53 former Wheeler Inai lan and tanner Audrey Downs 14 lu ti m a watch arid lot found on body Harold ol Wh said tin man had been dead u a month Y am Dim us old Wheeler Shell Jess tils weeks lor i Hit hi I1 re a letter mailed Mollie the Week 111 lhal was uini heaid him 1 between t Ad cks tound on Hie two Mrs Hip In I all At VV I ol i hiti in Hide i dm Mlo IM iv lui U be VI IMM H ANA April U Wf 1 1 caily a at deck bridge uri 13 noi Hi oi alter u i liar lend auu u in u No one Ui Ib VV II LAI t s 13 Mis May Wallace IKI Jf Mcm A wtd p evident died at 1 1 ionic
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