Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on March 3, 1943 · Page 6
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Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas · Page 6

Del Rio, Texas
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Wednesday, March 3, 1943
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Jtew York City's Meat Shortage To Be Settled NEW YORK, March 2 (/»'),—Mny- or La Guardln said today that New York City's meat shortage-and* price situation "will be settled nhortly and satisfactorily," as he returned from conferences in Washington. The mayor conferred throughout Monclny with Secretary of Agriculture Claude Wlcknrd, OPA Administrator Prentlss Brown, and Hurry Hopkins. "The problem Is Just gigantic," La Guardla said. "The Federal authorities understand the difficulties and many of the conditions tit.der which we are suffering, and the- matter Is under study. We can expect changes based on these c£- pcrlences and conditions." He added that meat rationing was the solution to the problem, nhd said, "I hope it will begin soon, for (then) we are assured of getting meat Insofar as the supply permits." Tyler Brooke Found Dead In Family Garage HOLLYWOOD, March 2 (ff^.— Tyler Brooke, 52, veteran musical comedy actor and film comedian, was found dead tonight in his automobile in the family garage. • Ills wife. Mrs. Myrtle Brooke, told ijolice he left a note indicating his Intention of committing sukidc. She said he had been despondent for some time because of unemployment.. Del. Lieut. Jack Sprott said a hose led 'from the exhaust pipe to the Interior of the- car and that death was caused by carbon monoxide fumes. Born In New York, Brooke began his stage career there in 1912. He came here in 1925 and. played comedy roles in many films. His last appearance was in "Little Old New York" in 1940. Married three times'," the last in 1938, he is survived by a son, Tyler Brooke Jr. . Bus Drivers In Mexico City Win Hunger Strike MEXICO CITY, March 2 (*•).— Thirty-eight bus drivers who had been on a hunger strike won a victory tonight, but twenty of them learned, of their- triumph in a hospital where they were tnken during their fast. The drivers had been on a hunger strike since Friday but tonight the Ministry of National Economy ordered a cooperative bus lino,, to reinstate them. '•, . + A -sympathy-strike by taxi drivers, who parked their cabs in the middle of all Important street crossings, tied up traffic today for 15 minutes; The drivers had threatened to stall traffic lor 30 minutes tomorrow if the bust strike wasn't settled. The lip* kicked him in the face and ttomach, unushed him with ihelr flttt, knifed him, jibbed him with • pitchfork ind left him for deid, but Pvt E. 0. Moore cime through thii ordeil. Now you come throufh, You've done your bit; now do your bed—Bujr more War Bond*. Enemy Aliens Taken By FBI N8WAttK, N.J., March 2 (/P) Samuel K, McKee, "federal Bureau of Investigation chief In New Jersey, announced tonight the nrreet • of six German enemy aliens in vftlds by federal Agents In 37 north Jersey communities. ' McKee said that wartime contraband, including firearms and ammunition, were found by the raiders, who uncovered also two Instances of hoarding. At one home, | the ngents found 172 pounds of sugar and. in a second, 100 cans of food. ' One of the aliens rounded Up [was identified by McKee as n former German machine gunner in World War One, who told the agents he would not tight for the United States/and that he believed Germany was Justified in Invading Poland and Cieclio-Slovak- ia, as Well as declaring war on this country. an V. 8. TttUttrtf 0«*. In Tunisia Maj.-Gen, 'Lloyd R. Predendall commands American troops . now. counter-attacking German forces on the; central Tunisian front. * • Religious Emphasis Week will be opened Thursday evening at East Texal State Teachers College with a reviw of Sholm Asch's Nazarene by Evelyn Oppenheimer, noted Dallas book' reviewer, who has lectured in Louisiana and California as well as in all parts of Texas. VALDINA PROVING HIMSELF Valdina Orphan, bred in Texas, is proving himself to be one of the greatest handicap horses in the nation. Owned by Emerson F. Woodwards Valdina Farms, the Orphan, a 4-year old, set a new track re- crod for the mile and one-sixteenth in .the Nntchitoches Handicap in New Orleans recently, defeating War transportation difficultly did not bother the Wedding guests—they Just charter a •nd ;th* Whole party rode to and from the ceremony, the bride and broom hold' ing hntitii In the center.'They are L. E Smith of IK." LouU and Edith L, Ingrain Of Pittsburgh. tNEA'-Telephoto). , Rlvcrland, which has won over Whirlaway and Alsab. In another event, Valdtna Orphan was only fifth of a second off the New Orleans track record for a mile and one-eighth, winning the Cecontpte Handicap by two and a half lengths. MARRIAGE WINS •x, Marriage), was victorious In the New Orleans Handicap, the richest event of the Winter season. Marriage is owned by c. L. Du'puy and R. A. Coward, the former llv- In Lufkln. Rounders, owned,toy Una Farms, was second. WHAT CAUSIS iriunrr A MUM conttfrtnc « •M OtCftfl ttl WHV IMIINMfWp WB|Kf HWH to IM tduMttonil OMlloiV III ritm A«e.. N*v VcA. M. V, 09tC-UH ttaltitf.tfi 1 monk"with°a dUcrTminitlniJ'.ppe tit* r«<i|Uirltlfr tfugal 1 ItitfttfNettta food*.-- 1 • • r j KI>'<^M lt'» A prWe tt^O«t«rV*Uh a h*»tby wintering clrcuu trbui». Hti.KjMtfl'HTlrl-111- -"-^»-. llji»Shn'M i ityiK'fi Tffri * ^j Comnttbhe ' Peak; a T«Xa«^bred •,^«d*tef, hw twice beW'l^tWnner in'r<i<!fciit 4 d!ft#i'irt New OrlWft^i Tiic a.yeflr old bears the color* 1 o"f Jilrs, rioyd^W«it of DttllaiS. ^~ «j' ir ' A Three Day*' Cough is Your j Danger Signal Ortomulaion relieves promptly be- eauw it goes right to the w*M the troutote V: »«P loosen.jtttd wtpel •erln laden phlegm, find old,nature .M aoothe and heal raw ( tender, In- fljUiwd bronchial mucous mem- bnuae», Ten your clniwi«t to.aen you a Dottle jaf OreomulsJon wlffi thteun- di«s you tnutt 1JKB the »ay it allay* the co»igh ofiyofi or* B your money bat*,^? t." fOMULSION * 'if ^ "'ASi '*>; ,''i^-/ Knickerbocker Is Appointed State Adjutant ADSTIN, March 3 (^.—Governor Coke 'Stevenson appointed Arthur Knickerbockre of Odessa state adjutant general. , . •Now serving in that department, Knickerbocker is a major in the Texas De'fenso Guard and served in the Nsivy in the first World ••• ' you Join Johnny's Caff for PHILIP MORRIS! GENERAL, COUNSEL DIES CONCORD, N.H., March 2 {If).— William A. Cole,. 55, general counsel for the Boston & Maine railroad, died tonight in a hospital here after collapsing at a railway station en route to his home in Boston. Cole, who had been head of the Boston & Maine's legal department since August, 1939, had come here today to appear at a legislative hearing at the state house. VICTORY DEL RIO LAST TIMES TODAY BARGAIN DAYS Adults 1 So—Children 9c Tax Indued •» «fdt»f BY NIGHT- Abo Selected Shorts /" • THURSDAY—FRIDAY r i,.-. , , -fir^ — . •ni-y-ii-..j_[-•-!_ -- 'L_ - T , • The uncivllize1l"""trib ;; e 1 s"''of' ir Columbia, accoroing .to an item, use cubel of sugar for money. What do they mean, "uncivilized" LAST TIMES TONIGHT "GONE WITH THE WIND" TOMORROW and FRIDAY FREDRIC MARCH VERONICA LAKE ROBERT BENCHLEY "I MARRIED A WITCH" • 00 TEXAS LAST TIMES TONIGHT i.. ,, ,,. MONTGOMI« Y ft i • HUTHtRfOHD i. L A HOI S ircHesfra V\pef mt IIV-I TOMORROW PROVED JESS IRRITATING TO THE NOSE AND THROAT It's the mow aolul tvUtuce any cigaretce Jia«.>vef-givm^vott-r'^ ."the findings of Jit- ttnguitbtd doctors, working with actual mtn and women smoktrti Wh»n §mok«r» changed to PHILIP MORRIS, fxtgr {us sd »ff1tflt!9n of not* or throat-du* to tmoklng-oithor cloorodl j|( comoiof«fv. or dofinitolv Imorovo^l — KrforttJ K> ibi mttictt fraltiii»m in , Amurift't moil •*l*arinlin mtltttt Immli. .mm Ills , '•' l "V ?'^'1,* .'!*T- 1 ^ 'i/iw ^1

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