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El Paso VOL. LXVl.> NO. 75 U. S. Weather Forecast: Pair and warmer. {Details on Page 5) EL PASO.. TEX AS, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1946 biisi- the Northwestern officials an- informed that he men S. currency. buyers as City Mexico .and Cardenas, list Sam contractor and withdrawn Previously Mexico negotiations are deal has between through 569 miles the new effort to ACTRESS AND FIANCE-Jan Clayton, actress, with Robe"? Ler-" ner, Wall Street financier, v/hom she will marry April 7 at the home of Lerner's parents in New York. Miss Clayton, whose horns is at Tularosa, N. M., has enjoyed outstanding success in New York musical shows. She went to Hollywood and entered motion pictures after a Herald-Post talent contest. Russia to Remain On Council, Shun Actions On Iran ttv Untied Press NEW YORK, March 28.— Ambassador Andrei A. Gromyko Gromyko or a Russian representative representative will attend all United Nations Nations meetings not dealing with Iran it was announced today but the ehsam dividing the United Slotos and Soviet- Russia was as wide as ever v>-.Uh neither side making making a conciliatory move. In advance of today's closed Se- :urity Council session, American officials officials said there .was no change in Secretary of State James P. Byrnes' position. He has been conferring by '.elcphone wifli President Truman. Gromyko worked quietly with his staff at the Soviet consulate— making no move to 'see any or the men he opposed so fiercely at the Council. Insists on Hearing- Byrnes had no callers. His aides •evealed that ho will continue to press for completion of the preliminary preliminary hearing on Iran before allowing the Council to vote whether whether or not to discuss the merits of the Iranian'case. The Russians, insisting that they jad not walked out an the United Nations, but just on consideration of (he Iran case, sent two representatives representatives tu the United Nations Experts Experts Committee on Rules and their lull military group to the Military Staff Committee today, E. P. Named

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  1. El Paso Herald-Post,
  2. 28 Mar 1946, Thu,
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