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   Laredo Times (Newspaper) - March 10, 1947, Laredo, Texas                                BOY KILLS GRAZED FATHER A Thought A Day kindly amid the encircling Lead thou me onl Eunrs MEMBER ASSOCIATED PKESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE UNITED 65TH YEAR ESTABLISHED 1881 MARCH 10 PAGES SENATORS URGE SPEEDY LABOR REFORM March warned today that the government would be power less to deal with threatened Bpring strikes unless Con gress gets going on labor re He and four other House Republicans went before the House labor committee to urge quick approval of their bill to authorize compulsory tion Indisputes that endanger the public health and Noting that the government no longer has power to seizo strikebound Case said that the dangers of nationwide strikes in a very few weeks be upon us in acute and 1 critical He pointed out that telcnhone workers have filed strike notices to become effective Aipril I Shall our government face j a telephone for j without even those powers I with which it attempted re cently to deal with the coal si uation he i Power Ended The governments power to seize struck plants ended i rn T i L although properties still in air Assistant Secretary ot the Mexican to his many Viends as Captain Government possesion can bejEduardo stated in Nuevo Laredo Sunday one held until June I afternoon shortly before boarding the plane to return Joining Case in sponsoring the compulsory arbitration bill iulAIC were James Auchin Robert John and Christian for new Customs and Immigra They testified is the uon at the Mexican end committee opened its week i of the international of hearing of general labor le1 well as new customs ware Julian general Treasury supervisor who arrived Saturday will work with De la Garza in completing Praise Vidales Actual work should start j TRUMAN CONFERS WITH NEW AMBASSADOR TO confer red for more than an hour with Lewis Douglas at the White just before the latter was sworn in as the Ambassador to Great NEA TELERPHOTO Treasury Official In Nuevo Laredo Customs service will be speeded up in keeping with the to his many I and c well drillers to enter the Laredo j district following the discovery of oil on April in Miran Ihe Ireasury official announced that Manuel de lado Valley Field of Zapata coun architect for the Junta Federal de Mejoras Materiai died in a San Antonto hos was given specific instructions yesterday as to plans Pilal Sunday after a weeks ill BILL 77 DIES SUNDAY William Wells pio neer contracting driller known BUDGET BATTLE OPENS IN HOUSE March 10 BRITISH SEIZE 20 EXTREMISTS Mnrch 10 Americans accus ed of aidingand abetting Illegal Immigration to Palestine in serv ing as crewmen of the Intercept ed Jewish refugee ship Ben Hecht fnced the technical possl thaithe Nuevo Laredo cus the intervals 3b believed IbTTS hacl Presidents within 30 to 45 Customs political slugfest over Chief Jesus Vidwles Marroquin budget cutting promised to spice House debate today on the first must beroRuar appropriation bill to submiuecfto President Alemnn i reach the floor since Republic tor his but won control of mante has given explicit instnicj GOP lawmakers were ready to they are to be i use the treasury postoffice supply measure as an The Treasury praised j example that they meant busi ness when they announced they stated to The Times Of course the plans lions as Vo how drawn the work of Chief slat ericans would be sent back the United to JERUSALEM March British troops anfl police seized 20 suspects todny in their search for Jewish underground fighters who attacked a military camp at Hedera last kill Ing one soldier and seriously wounding The underground carried its offensive nfjninst the British Army into its second week by striking at the town where sev eral previous clashes Hcdcrn lies south of Haifa near the About 100 persons wore de tained for questioning in Tel Aviv Sunday about the under ground raid on British military headquarters in the allJewish Fivc persons were killed in that Sharing attention with the nrmy searches was the fnte of 15 crew members from the refugee ship Ben who faced court charges for their role in trying to Innd 600 uncertified Jewish refugees In Palestine during tho Eight Police Cars Rush To Save GREAT March Eight police cnrs rushed to Lnko Surprise Sunday in res ponse to n womans frnntic te lephone cnll boy just through the The policemcfoun 1 William Bnrllcys smnll packllinu around in a hole in the They rescued the dog nnd asked Hartley to be more specific next ing smoothly and progress satisfactory in the brief 4K ton7 no so time that the new customs chief to the has been in Nuevo by the appro I found plenty to do pnations committee in treasury Bustamante The for next year i t vide ever Chairman Taber said it went ment wishes to provide every He was a native of He had made home at hv tervals ranch in La Salle county and in He was formerly a member of the contract drilling firm of Allen and which performed much development work in the Laredo district and brought in a number of big oil producers and He fjrsl became well known jbr his drilling work in and near the Spindle Top well near which came in as a great and also operated in the Corsicana after which he came to Southwest Texas and drilled a number of successful oil and gas He visited the Laredo section during the past few Survivors include a Allen two George Miller and Mrs all of Gatesville three nephews and three nieces One re Continued on Page Cooper Child Dies Monday is proof enough of Republican But calling the bill sidos Following services in San An tonio Monday the body will a phony nnd a for services cd the opportunity to shout their charges of bookkeeping econ They contend that of the total cut is in the it contingent upon tax refunds dropping at least that much next be sent and to Gatesville buried Tues Donald Charles 4monthsoht son of and Donald Charles of 1012 Salinns died at Mercy Hospital Monday morning at j oclock after an illness of i Inttitufo insiivuie four The mother was the Martial Law March 10 The Central News agency former Blancn Julieta de Lla daughter of Mntins de Llsno and the late Matins de Funeral services will bo held Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock j land of Formosa to put down an Eleanor Qpposes Use Of Yanks In Greece SAN March 10 Strong opposition to the use of American troops for the maintenance was voiced of order today in by Grece Mrs Franklin widow oJ the late The yooner Greece is alloweci ported today that martial had been instituted on the is j to do what she wants for her law the Roosevelt from the home 1012 Salinns avenue to Peters with interment in tho de Llano burial plot in the Catholic ec Margaret Truman Reported Better March 10 whose radio debut us n singer was post poneda week by a laryngitis wns reported much bet ter today by a White House She returned from Detroit yesterday aboard the presidential fourmoiorod Sacred and WHS mi at tho airport by President nnd WASHINGTON MERRYGO ROUND i armed rebellion against Chin ese A series of clashes resulted from nn attempt to put a new cigaret tax into Rioters presented to ChenYi u d mand that all government re presentatives in Taiwan For mosa immediately and volun tarily Bread Price Boosted In Some Texas Cities By Associated Press Price of bread has born in creased in some Texas a survey today a n d bakers in cities where the price increase lias not been made in dicated that a boost would be made Price of bread over tho na tion was being The in crease was said necessary be By DKEW tEAKSON MARSHALLS OBJECTIVES WORK DIFFICULT THAN WARTIME OFFKNS1VKS SOLUTION LIES IN RUSSIAS FRIENDSHIP SPLIT IN POLITBURO CREATES W As n Gononil Marshall planned Barkley Dies March 10 Alben Barkley wife of tho Senate Democratic died today after a long and of 701 Market streetannounce the birth of a daughter at Mer Hospital March 9 and Rafael Bocane fira of 415 Grant street announ ce the birth of n son at Mercy Hospital March and McBride of 2010 Fremont street unnoun cause of the boost in wheat j tv the birth of a daughter making nn almost Mmy Hospital March 9 at matic increase in the price of Wallace Favors Loan To Greece March 10 VuoPrcsidont Henry Wallace last night sttid he limn to favors nn but American that ho two wrrnt One vvns in 101U wlun lie ihiirttM for noes not see smh a loan as a IVrshinK the triiiinfM of otic million men fnim Mihiol jjtt finish with Hussia to tho tons of IM j Wulhuv prixlictinl Vsv 104 mios of rnilwuy ami 117 1 siilint Truman will clarify Jn H wocka timu with no enemy aviator discovering Conlinuod on thls countrys stand on the tiruek loon within a i Mercy and Hall marck of 2502 Flores announce Ihe birth of n son at Mercy Hospital March and David Epstein of 1707 Corpus Christ i street announce the birth of H daugh ter at Mercy Hospital March and Jack Visage of 818 Market street announce the birth of n daughter at Miivy Hospital March nnd Olivnres 01 510 San Durui avenue BIG 4 BEGINS TREATY TALKS IN MOSCOW March 10 Foreign Minister Molotov told his British and French counterparts today the four pow ers faced a task that was not easy but had a reliable basis for joint the Moscow radio March The Big Four conven ed late today in the glitter ing Soviet House of Aviation Industry for the most import ant diplomatic conclave since Versailles dedicated to the task of forging treaties of peace for Germany and Aus tria and guaranteeing the se curity of Europe against ag The meeting was convoked by Foreign Minister Molotov shortly after he had met with Secretary of State George Marshall who renewed the Ame rican bid for a fourpower 40 year treaty to keep Germany disarmed and The foreign Molo Ernest Bevin of Britain and Georges Bidault of drove in their limou sines through a heavy snowstorm to the refurbished Aviation four miles from the Krem lin on the Leningrad Chausee near the edge of the Streets Guarded Streets leading to the confe rence formerly the Soviet Flyers Club and in prerevolu tionary times famous Yar inim perial were well guar ded by the Soviet militia men who act as traffic cops in Rus Motolov presided at the first session which was expected to be brief and largely devoted to The wil rotate chairmanship LEWIS FIGHTS COURT ORDER March LLewis and United Mine Workers today op posed a government request that the Supreme Court issue 10 his immediately an out its decision day in the coal strike order carrying of last Thurs The court upheld convictions of Lewis contempt and the UMW for disregarding a District Court order against last Falls coal It sustained against Lewis LONGORIA LULAC IS SET TONIGHT prominent physician a id civic will head the officiers to be installed at tonights banqet of the Lu lacs at the Hamilton Hottl Longoria will succeed George Garza as president of the local Other offices to be installed include 1st vice president Ramon vice president Arturo Villa Antonio More Father Tomas En rique chaplain Joe Pe Guard Porfirio Ike general arran gements chairman has bed that city county officals and heads of civic groups in the city have been invited to the Miss Vicky cdrnmissio ned by program chairman Ar nulfo has secured Miss Elisa Jose Silva and Jesus Faz to present a musical program during the Air Qroup Invited Here Mayor Hugh un officially informed that the 11 man committee from Washing ton known as the Provisional In ternational Civil Aviation Or will include Laredo in the current lour of tional wired Secretary of Commerce Burden this The Mayor extended the group a cordial invitation and asked confirmation on the Man Snot As He Chases Wife About Yard With Shotgun March Leoria Sis owed her life today to her 13 year old Don who shot and killed her crazed a former inmate of a state mental was killed yesterday as he chased his wife around the yard of his small farm near threatening to shoot TillIII Jill fli AIIO Sisson told police that llfBllffifllll HivX her husband awakened Sun I LrlSill day and told her one of us is going to be dead by VMI II All She said he handed her his T Jig M IIM II 111 shotgun and you I III HI 11 take the first I JIM 1 WB1 flBU Grabs Gun Yfl As she tried to put the gun IdrP B I t away he grabbed It out of her I IJ BjiaLiLiljll hands and began chashing V and three of her ten children j WASHINGTON March theearan to the picked Truman will up his hunting rifle and fired address the nation and a joint two wild shots at his session of Congress A shot he hit the day to present in detail the crazed man in the leg and the maHpr nf a Innn tr PVPPPP fourth shot entered his Ol a loan t0 killing him lhls was announced today Sisson was a railroad switfollowing an extraordinary chman until a year ago when i conference between the Presi he was injured in an and congressional leaders He was committed to the state asylum at last November but was released January at Sissons Authorities said had been filed in Making Atom Bombs March 10 The United States still is making atom bombs and will continue to do so until agreement is reached on an effective plan of controlling atomic the general manager of the delegation to the Atomic Energy Commission said John Hancock told the Boslon Chamber of Commerce that with opposition to plans for control still facing the United it is best to go ahead with the manufacture of as many bombs as the country can It is a hard he but its safer than war Hancock said it was futile even to discuss cessation of ma nufacture and the disposal of existing stockpi until a deci sion has been reached regarding control of atomic of both Arthur president pro tern of insisj the said after the hour and 20 minutes meeting no charges Discuss Loan against the The President has discussed with us in great candor the situation involved in connection with the proposed Greek Vandenberg said the President would appear before the joint session Wednesday to present the matter in detail to the Con gress the Vandenberg said he would make no further un til Truman delivers his mes That means he will ask for a loan at that time a reporter He will deliver a Vandenberg Thirteen ranking Kepublican and Democratic members of the House and Senate attended the White House of the most important foreign policy conferences To Fight Communism The administration wants to prop the present shaky Greek government with arms and money as a road block against Continued on Page with ins Marihuana Seized From Two At Bridge Two men were caught marihuana by Customs pectors as they came across the international bridge o n foot One was a 17yearold resi dent of San He was alleged to have been appre hended around noon with 15 an one half ounces of the weed wrapped about his The r other was a 48 vearold local ommittee is sctieauieo ri f San Antonio March 12 The committee is toj be in ATTEMPT MADE ON ROXAS LIFE Marh 10 attempt to assassinate Philip pines President Manuel Roxas was made today when a hand grenade was thrown on the platform where he had just finished The grenade was thrown by an unidentified person as the president concluded his speech in the grandstnd at Plaza Mi randa in front of historic Quiapo Roxas was He left with one ounce immediately for Malacan while PjUUt fl Wil J J UJJC I ined a fine and the Mayor expected some of Hearing was to police threw a cordon around the acnrnnUnCnd from j definite word later today as to be held tod y g grandstand in an effort to trap to one when they will be in this Commissioner Frank Y the wouldbe against the The high tribunal directed that the original amount of the fine against the Union should be reimposed unless Lewis with drew a notice to the govern ment that the Union was ter minating Masons To Meet Armv Cracks Down There will be a stated meeting of the Laredo Lodge 547 j Jn Counterfeit Scrip n t I its contract to mine An orchid to Joe Ley endecker upon her birthday toj And we extend greetings to Fred Flores who is celeb rating his wish Nati de Leon a very happy Lilienthal Qiven Okay March 10 fP rThe atomic energy committee today voted 8 to 1 for confirmation of David Lilien thal as chairman of the Atomic Energy The committea also approved the nominations of Way Robert Bacher and Suvnner Pike as members of the and Carroll Wilson as general ma Senator Bricker ROhio east the only vote against His Ohio Senator chairman of the Republican policy a1 eady V declared King Duncan This is National agK the former chairman of the Tennessee Valley Labor Bill Comes Back All Different March The House of Representatives YP4Ra AGO TODVi Dr returned to work todayjo find I A to be consii Corpus Parish I Guild of Christ Church met in tonight at in the Masonic worshipful master All members are requested to be present and all visiting day by giving occupation ter Masons are Caress March The American Army cracked down on workhyide counter feiting of its military scrip to per sonal a maximum of nine hours to surrender its current script for a new Joseph McNarney said the scrip conversion period in Germany and throughout the was part of a Trea State and measure to ers of illegal War strip Depart hoard Sign Treaty PRAGUE March Czechoslovakia and 10 Poland to And over to Nuevo Laredo to day signed a 20year treaty bin ding each other to give assistan A warm welcome home to John who recently re turned home after serving a hitch in Uncle Sams Personal to Clarence Donut j Donut Customs Broker Gomalo Falazuclos and Mexicos Fin ance minister Ramon Beteta were schoolmates in their ear ly youth in Mexico ceto the other in case of at tack by Germany or any state allied directly or indirectly tly with The Fo reign Ministry announced the signing of the treaty in War Snow Flurries In Panhandle By the Assoc ted Press Snow flurries continued in the Panhandle this snow ranging from 2 to 8 inches blanketed the plains country The snow fell in time to give wheat raisers hope for an excell ent Elsewhere over the state skies were cloudy except in the El Pas0 Intermittent light rains were reported falling over much of the state West of Dallas and San Minimum temperatures last night ranged from 28 at Salt Flats and 32 at Pampa and Ama rillo to 56 at Uncle Bud By BUI Baldwin NEWS Eehind The NEWS By RAX TUCKER PREPARATION Although the Selective Service Sys v OncinaUv introduced by the home of Item will expire March Slin Wayne Wagsonseller of FruilJulia Belle Deutz was weekend I favor of the voluntary enlist land as a bill which would have ing in San i nient the government prohibited the closed the evieve a student at Our will maintain a skeleton esta measure cstne out of committee Lady of The Lake College in San i blishment of experts to prepare the birth of a son Hospital March 10 at eompletelv revised and now has was visiting her par as its chief intent the prohibi and Seb ting of dues checkoffs unless in the Harry authorized in writing by unobstrusive blueprints for drafting the nations wo industrial and was visiting in agricultural resources in a pos Continued on Page 6 What I call a glutton for pun ishment is a mall carrier who 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