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New Mexican (Newspaper) - March 26, 1943, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN in Pounded in 7849 MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OP SANTA NEW MARCH 26, 1943 ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED PRESS Price 5c U. S. About to Strike New Blows in Pacific Hank M no bate at In the Aleutian islands lour times in the target Naty reported Tbe nidi IV almott tat a aerial attacks which have beta made Ihi far tab March 26 current lull In Pacific WILL HARRISON Democrats and broken only attacks against do everything buT pull I Japanese In the Solomon the floor are working and Aleutian regarded and constructively informed today as And it is that to see a pair of Republican strengthening and issos disposing of. for riib The House new blows against the Democratic particularly The objectives of these u- represented by Floor Leader qualified Informants will has no both to win new strategic Republican measures I tions for forces and because they were further to reduce Japan's waning sea power before the enemy has an lanky recover from past of three Republican of tlie best liked Every that without In the The hardware significant it was who gives time 28 years ago wants to run 1 to repair damaged lieutenant 1M4, and ones strengthen the that his Democratic bases that guard his far flung era- would scratch and develop the rich conquests an Initial move might be designed to compel him under American In seeking t to maintain their bold on the anese and planes even after It became parent that they must eventually lose the conquest which would cause them similarly serious losses would be a profitable for States even the territory actually won might not be of major To launch such aii enterprise it was believed litre Navy might strike I more deeply into the Solomons by Invading either the Munda area immediately beyond Guadalcanal or attacking the big island at the northwestern rod of the aimed primarily at the conquest of an on forces attack on the enemy's main base In the South Pacific on the Marshall Islands east of Truk and the Carolines where the Japanese nave built up an interlocking chain strong outposts remotely ing the communications be- tween Hawaii and the South Montgomery Army Lunges Deeper Into Mareth Line his Party friction South at a minimum in with measures Since shipping is known to be one equal to of the enemy's most vulnerable Introduced the Sets Prices r 1 former of the state extension I In wo Irad this statement into the record 1 T Id a Senate committee hearing Conservation I extension director called on Eddie regional of the Soil Conservation and was IN JAP BASES ALLIED HEADQUARTERS March 26 anese bases miles apart in the Island arc above Australia were blasted by Douglas thur's i with 600 miles northwest of Action OPA Explains N. March 28 rights under the Soil celling prices He fresh vegetables effect House Rushes To Rescue of Therapy Killed One Revived New Severance Levies Defeated a ruling of Speaker M. S. Smith first the house of representatives vived a to provide for licensing practitioners of natural Advocates of reconsidering the 23 to after the house failed to sustain the speaker In his ruling Milnor Branch did not have the right to move for The was killed record arid the chair held it was impossible to er Branch had voted with the A advocating an Increase in the tax on minerals for school was by Opposition led by Majority Leader H. Vearle Payne The OPA ordered the ceilings into retail and at wholesale for snap beans and of ceilings set were as T- you so Interested In day In New Mexico and allowed property You are the OPA In working for the stores may charge erty rights should be honored only to offset higher ceilings In markets I when property in furnish the Sulk of this luce community Earl Browder would love 1 effect as of noon Air Changes plaining replaced prices frozen nationally some time Senators who changed their The order the voted the death of can be charged would abolish ind Inheritance Joe who briefly In be- at resolution when rated came back the next day to lead Others thinking their were Ralph hV Had tamed overnight that abolishment the taxes schools of more revenue than he he voted the Among those record the are the school the governor and those Wl jobs In the Income lax I Bolons Limited Arrest of Rep. S. Garcia Ion the floor of the I resent question of I the special granted I liters the I privileges are a legislator I may park car In a restricted I get quietly not I much The constitution ex- them from hard in one raid and baul smashed heavily lor the ond time this An Allied communique said that i bombs directly on two enemy one ol tons arid one of In and that flames shot up from wharf hours before dawn the lied heavy bombers tanged over Ka- the enemy's northern New naval and air starling fires and heavy explosions with bombs weighing up to a i who stressed In he wa not speaking for tlon he know th administration's views on the Asking Too Much demands of Die schools a this he mil more than they have a right to as of If we levy this additional tax It will an drain on the which 1s th of my region In south western New Republican Leader John Mon Judge Pole Peas Bulk 7c Bunch Carrots Tomatoes Independents Orer 641U IOC 31C-lb. 1C He Nazis Say This Is Hitler Greeting Wounded Germans The German this bf radio from thai Adolf Hitler German wounded soldiers at the In Berlin when he spuke March 21 at Memorial Lewis in Sharp Exchanges With Senate Investigators I but I breach the j Senator From Anthony No s Sen. of Anthony came talo the chamber the I a roll and asked to be j excused from voting because he did Irak know the subject before the I Denied the he an- I with a resounding that I brought chuckles from the members had Just a story from 1 Governor Dempsey a recent trip to the southern I Brt of the state saw some of I He w probably as telling hope that when the legislature I moves to at the end of the that the man you sent to the Senate will for once vote Wholesale 70 per cent or better U. No. 1, per Los Angeles TA a pounds or cents a bulk less than SO 5 carrots in standard 65 cents per dozen pole U. 8. No. 1, 23 cents snap per standard per 20-pound The wholesale and retail orders specify lower prices than the new wholesale and retail may be I T MaTCh Color rado at m. at judge the hospital T Wednesday his Mrs. The dayi he had occupied the bench in children's court of which he founded sonie He became widely known as a court Judge in and was with originating procedure which vas widely r Marines A.M. Shockey Riles Saturday I AlvA M. Shockey who worked at Itte Laboratory of Anthropology for several years died in Albuquerque at the age 70. Funeral services will be at at 3 p. m. I of seven sons Is Chester of 21S Santa Pe. surviving are wife and one Up on Draft I Of Farm Labor Dempsey said today request for a draft board policies toward I early this year had improved what had been a labor situation I h New the draft boards were to liberalize stand farm we had a c and a remedy have been sought long sey through I by selective service and I draft boards the problem has I cased and I hare heard very complaint to the effect that farm were being Fifty-eight stalwart young Nave Jos became soon to be transported from the desert country of Northwestern co to more of the Seven when J. B. Jones in a group the oath of enlistment in the Marine The ceremony took place In the state Senate with the Senate In recess but the members remaining as The lieutenant himself a former Devil recited the oath hi the presence of Capt. Leland L. Bannister arid U. James E. kins of the Marino Corps ing station here and Lt. Jack Baker of the The 58 Indians were said to be the largest group ol voluntary Inductees ever sworn in In New Mexico en Ready to depart for training the braves were stripped of their Jewelry and other wearing only their work clothes which they will soon shed at camp for uni- They had even their big black to which the Jos are In their native The last of the New Mexico Indians to quit the were recruited by the Marine corps especially for Its signal and from the primitive signalling of who sent up smoke they are to be taught Ihe means of Woman Divorcee Held March 28 divorcee was held out charge today Karl 55, widely known was shot to during an altercation In hotel The Ella B. ard of Fort was questioned last after the shooting and Assistant County Attorney M. S said she told had checked into the Mayo hotel Wednesday Tonight I rap on the door and when I asked was a woman I opened the door and Mrs. Simmons was ing there with a gun In her am going to kill I made a grab for the gun and it went off Then struggled over the gun and the next thing I fell the floor and I could see she was Mrs. Simmons died almost In- There were three bullet one through her an- other through her shoulder and one In her Near where her body sprawled In a corner were two more bullet holes In the Mrs. a wealthy Independent oil arrived a short time after the He was supported The seriate killed a group which would away from sta' Institutions the right incur del In of ar voted down another measure which would force the school for the ble to accept patients Las was shown in discussion the Is operating arid are ed 700. Debentures Passed Sen. James Morrow today desk a io abolish the state's soil conservation It was recommitted to the public lands committee for Morrow's proposal hours the measure last night before the senate the The senate passed five among them the highway debentures authorization of In WANT HEARING ON ROAD Republican floor March 26 John L in heated exchanges with senatorial ed on Senator Ball's mention of demagoguery today to shout you call me a gogue before I can I hurl It in your This give-and-take was only one of many which punctuated the of trie United Mine Workers leader War Investigating At er whe H Brewster asked John Montgomery said today lowing a oi his group that the minority members were not satisfied with the pending highway debentures and would ask for a hearing before It Is members of my party in the Bouse are not at all satisfied that the amount set in the present U Montgomery is our understanding that the debentures are only to be used In the event ol an unforeseen or In case the revenue of the highway department drops to a point where operation and proper cannot be are thoroughly in sympathy with this reserve being set up for the purpose do believe that any proper showing has Sanchez Hits heir apparent to the county said that Al Atherton by his or by the governor in referring to Ralph eher as Democratic chairman of Atherton said yesterday that his resignation as precinct chairman tn would be given Keleher rather lhan Sanchet who was recently named acting man by a group opposing Keleher chez was quoted In an Associated Press dispatch from probably influenced by the a salary ho draws as slate I account for it any oilier that he was Influenced by Ihe said county and has been for the last four Atherlon Is not my understanding Ihot Mr. made county but that he merely was designated by one group to call some kind of an were before answering n wasn't stalling with but I foolishly believed you wanted an answer to It was after an assertion by Is that coal miners weren't enough to that Ball ed: you and brought and had not given an to sub- thousands of coil miners were fering dietary is why I said there were miners not gelling Lewis told He added that you call me E without giving me nri opportunity to show you are less than a representative of the don't lite that remark to a member of the man spoke up I'm slopping It right Lewis remarked that should be Truman le Ibat they would and tha members should frame their tions shall follow Ihe leadership ol the committee on matters of Reserve Seats For Parents at Lee Meeting A section the sealing In Selh all is to reserved for the nts and close relatives of members f New Mexico's 200th Coast ery when Clark Press war peaks there Sun While Lee was brought to New of the yar staff so that he might his a. on at where le saw the New Mexican gunners In prim relatives of hese It announced that he meeting I be open to the Yanks Gain 10 Miles Flanking Force Seizes Hill Near Hamma British Eighth array sault rallying from their initial were reported lunging deeper the Mareth line in Southern Tunisia while er British forces by the Algiers radio with seizing hilltop El 20 miles west of and behind the Mareth An Algiers broadcast said the British had completed occupation of a height the whole of the Gabes alter beating off Axis Gibes Is 20 miles north ol the eth Axis AI Slacken .To the American troops were reported holding strong tain positions after a 10-mile ad- vance from the El oasis on the road from Gabes to dispatches said AEP contingent a attack and now commanded the Berda heights at the south side of 20 miles southeast of The German high command tion now employed on the of the Claim Passage Marth M Republican leader Martin of Ihe House claimed for Ihe tint votes for of the Ruml year as debate on through tlie since my entered Ibe second was I Stock Exchange Hits Fast Clip NEW March Slocks hit the fastest clip since 1941 and numerous market leaders touched peak lei els for nearly three years but late taking on the upswing stemmed the Dealings slowed after noon turnover for the full proceedings were Conspicuous on the forward thrust Santa N. U. 8, Sean J. I. er Monsanto American Standard CHI Dow Eastman and Farm Implements stiffened on the President's assurance of larger production of agricultural Reorganization rail bonds yet been made to Indicate that two and one-half n dollars Is needed at this time for such a Montgomery said Republicans be- the association of New Mexico should be asked to the legislature with an partial as to Ihe amount which should be set aside for high way will ask the he base his request upon that We shall nn recommend that the amount If be earmarked for the purpose fied and proper safeguards placed In the so In money may be used for no other Republican rouse Montgomery sincerely In- In seeing that this state's Immense Investment in our highway system ls fully Defense School To Be Held Here One-day clinic conferences for functional heads ot local civilian defense councils sill be held In Santa Pe Apr. Albuquerque Apr. 7 and Las Cruets Apr. E. H. state director of the office of civilian the conferences would cover emergency civilian protection snd civilian war and that out- door would be on several phases of chemical A rorpi of civilian and military experts from Ihe regional OCD of- fice In Dallas will conducts the j Lewis The mine leader testified lha will not be lo restrain Inflation to the degree we wish as long as the government has policies with respect lo sharp absenteeism He also predicted unavoidable rise In with the continued Influx of women into In connection with Inflation Lewis said the th United Steel Corp. and othe Businesses performing work for th Pay Policeman In an attempt lo curb the epi- demic of burglaries that has broken out Sinla Fe members of Ihe chamber of at a meeting held yesterday voted to pay the salary of an tional patrolman for the business district to be named by the This action was token alter derman Tom of Ihe police committee of the city reported that there had been 12 burglaries which be as crimes be- tween March 13 and 24. pointed out the with iti budget reduced from lo a was unable to In- crease the police and added that demands upon the police de- had Increased In recent The trend toward Juvenile he had not up Santa J. C. of c. who presided at the meeting named a committee to solicit sub- for n special police out of trie additional Is be He named Joe No-man Barney 75-11 and Joe were in tald he was of Lew li said lhat was misconception on the senator's and remarked lhat he the wll ness always to want new I thought we had a new deal no way to stop you from hoping for an- the ot the War Savings staff and Red start at 0. F. will give the Invocation and friend of also will i Lee Is to make two talks In Santa the second before the legislature at 10 a. m. Monday and Dempsey has arranged for a slate police car to hurry him to Albuquerque to fill a noon engagement alter his appearance In the hall of The State guard band under Lt. Lindsay Root will play at the Seth hall Frank 0. will be master of ceremonies snd the following will be seated on the nor and Mrs. Father Steve elate administrator of Ihe War Sav Ings Mrs. Lois head of the women's division of the Col. S. W. Red James H. Lt. Comdr. E. O. a tive of the of the Bruns General Lt. Col. Ray Andrew marked the campaign In two briel of local Importance by t for- mation on the Tunisian front col- One of our own counter- thrusts proved One report said Field Marshal Rommel had slackened bu in the Mareth after of 100 tanks thrown into the struggle but other itra battle wu raging peak Eighth army made some advance In the rendering the position of an Algiers broadcast The British ing which had swept 100 miles end of the Mareth uas reported in eight miles of n Hamma two days MUM Beyond a Morocco radio said Bernard main British rmy was locked In en- and at several points along the Farther the left flank of George S. Patton's U. S. forces was reported to have a seven miles beyond on the ot the Prison iu Child Poisoning March 26 A prison sentence nung over Dorothy today ns result a Jury verdict convicting her of causing the death by of Johnnie Scott so that she could carry on a wish his The lury fixed the The an expectant testified that she save to Johnnie Scott and Contract Let for Santa Fe Airfield JO Army lhat contract in an amount 1m lud been lo A. 0. N. fnr or an air Held In re May Auxiliary Jane Tracy Chief Specialist Sam U. S be Pauline chairman of ushers and Lt Walter In charge of the color Representative To Make Bond Rep. Garcia was expect ed lo post bond of to appearance on a charge of attempt Ing to kill his 31-year-old The representative was yesterday on the floor of the of representatives oti his com plaint that be had fired two shots at She was not who at 31 Is serving hi third term a Republican In the house of released pending the making of He was arrested deputies after city police to file charges on the Information given by Mrs. were married in row coastal plains which Bommel guard to keep open his ape to Ihe pressure Is becoming In Patton's drive toward he sea from field reports from Gen. D headquarters said Eighth army Infantry at- tacking the Mareth made some advances and ed their Other dispatches said wu hurling wave after wave of tanks and Infantry against the British In an effort to reduce the so-called salient driven into the north end of the Martin Over the whole battle lied blasted motor transport srd troops with bombs and cannon and Advance Red army troops were reported battering Into a strong new German defense rone across the upper per In toward while tn the south Ihe Germans threw masses senes Into the battle for the ets Dispatches said the Russians were beating olf repeated tank and in- along a 50-mile tront before snd two towns in the Belgorod tor 30 rollfs northeast of ater to Johnnie scon me 3. had been living unl I came over me and I Is 316 decided If the children out the way I could have home In to join is charged a the lilt girl admitted lo the Jury lhat jhc could not be nire Scott live father ol her unborn child be- cause she had had relations with another the father of Continued mild l Airport High 55, low 26. 61, 30. On Examiners Dr. L. C. of Santa ft one ol three members named to the state ot Others were Dr. P. J. and Dr. J. L. The nominations were sent to the lor with re- nomination of y ot and Ivan Union of Vegas as of ihc Mate chiropody board E. J. U and L. Fall Of Wife's EL March of the of MM. Fall was kept today from ner In- of the Ulterior and central In the Teapot Dome 81, was In the where Mrs. Fall died He has been in hospitals In New Mexico most cl the tuna since he was prison In 1931 alter serving 10 upon of accepting a bribe In connection Ihe of Ihe tlk naval oil Simple funeral services at Fall were held this with burial Tile Rev. Paul
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