Santa Fe New Mexican

February 02, 1946

Issue date: Saturday, February 2, 1946
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Pages 1 - 8 of the Santa Fe New Mexican February 2, 1946.

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New Mexican (Newspaper) - February 2, 1946, Santa Fe, New Mexico SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN The Oldest Newspaper in the in, 1849 No. 59 Associated 1'iess SANTA Fli, MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY'2, 1'JIO 1'rcss I'ricc 5 Ccnli f f "m kpITOL Will, HARHISON Salary has a 'aw permitting work for one agency _ 'lit and be paid by an- jth has resulted !u some rjangeraents such as the paying part of his help fpublic Service Commission Winy Department funds and money appropriated to his lor salaries for some-.undis- Service Commission I nicked for a month for i employes although the law I funds of the commission be diverted from commis- tposes, and .the Highway De- It pays the salary of the Gov- I'de, Joe Bursey, frojn monies ireiofore have been regarded Tied for highway purposes. I'M a month that the Public commission pays one of the v's staff Is explained, if you "in lieu of rent." And case, he Is not tile Oov- Ihlred man, but the director ISlate Tourist Bureau and t eligible to receive highway planallon has been offeret case of Harry Srmart, the political mentor anc 1 the State Division o Control, who also has an salary arrangement. receives a month from )r division and a month School Tax Division. Tha Innocent enough, as llllngi i llie but It be juestlonable upon cxamina Ihe law. of the New Mexlcc i. 1941, Annotated, says: (cmmlssioncr of revenue ipolnl ivllh the apprnval o Mnor a eliief of saiii (liquor ho shall receive compen In the amount of pe Jwho shall devote his enlir lit ilulies ot his office.' -tag to that, which is jus the chief of the llquo b limited to WOO a month lie receives from Ih (Is paid S75 a month frol n Is nnl clear, espe hen the law1 quoted abov IM lie musl devole his en I! to the ilufies of his lus no time (a give tn .sen n School -Tax Division. itorncy general and the ad iton probably have a read lor tlie question, but to uninformed in the Intrlca the law, the cose seems t My under a statute enacte Legislature which pro- symcnt or receiving public lor which no services were His Pay :i similar grounds that the Public Service Commis- Valdez was withheld last [Khen It was shown that his s commissioner legally re- lime and that he had Ing time to other actlvl- Proposes Housing Iruman Stands by Bradley Whose Army Is He? i J i r -r Try to Hush Nip's Signal Climbers I'lilimiii U, S Help for Low-Cos! Dwellings WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 Rep. Wright Patman said oday that he would amend hU housing bill to permit the govern- ment to subsidize low-cost housing whenever there is no other way of meeting housing shortages. Patman said the. amendment wss one of several heVas drawing up to meet objections to the bill. The measure would create a national lousing czar with authority to prices on both new and used houses Oilier suggested amendments, hound General Electric Corp. These moves, linked with a -sched .iled conference between Mr. Truma and Price Administrator 'Chcste 3owlcs, heightened speculation thn further White HOILSC action seckln ;o "halt Industrial strife was con lemplflted. General Electric, as well as West Inghouse and General Motors el'ec trie division plants, have bee closed by a strike ot CIO electric, workers for a wage increase. The strike of CIO stee workers, however, still appeared be the primary concern In govcn ment labor circles and speedy actlo by tile Willie House was terme "imperative." The CIO United SteelworkeM, o tile eve of the walkout, had accept Mr. Truman's proposal of ftn IB1 cent hourly wage boost. The U. Steel Corp. said [o meet the pa increase the price of steel won have to be hiked "greatly in evce of 56.25. In the General Motors walkol of employes at 68 plant negotiations were suspended for U weekend. Federal Mediator Jam F. Dewcy went to Washington report to Secretary ot Latx Schwelteubach. In Buffalo, N. Y., about 2.0C employes of the American Bra Co.'s plant were to quit, work midnight Sunday to join In a strll. of more than members of tl CIO International Union of Mm Mil! Smelter Workers call against the. "big tliree" of the brn industry. 'Hie union, Governor Sees Relief for Vet Students ALBUQDERQUE, Feb. 2 lovcrnor Dcinixscy, here to confer with the University of New Mexico board ol regents, said today Hint he thought sonic hou.sing iu_ KirUaiul Flrlrt would be RvnlEablc (o univer- sity students nnd llmt tctnnornry housing miglit be moved here from Carlsbad Army Air Field. In addition, tlie chief rxeetilh'c said stale funds nre nvnllnblc for comtructlon of housing in the event unused military housing units arc not available in required, numbers. He -said the regents could obtain funds by applying io the Slate Fi- nance Hoard.! One permanent dor- mitory Is scheduled for but will not be ready for ci yenr. "But I am sure llierc still will be some hottMnj; available lo the university at Klrtland iXmp- sey saitl. A rielega1 tend the univenslty governor in Santa Fe Thurxlay lo request more adequate living quar- ters and he came here to discuss Ihe matter with the regents. vrrsiiy officials have cxprewed lew lhat mnny vctcrnns will have lo be] At' clwbornlc trailer turned awny for Ihe spring term op- df.stiuycd by (ire early 1 liwt night ai Muck Odom's place which U asking a IKT rent wage hlhr, the slri also would (jffect the cotnpan; plants In Walcrburj'i Torrlngt and Aiuonla, Conn., and the plants ol (he Chase BroM Copiwr nnd the Scovill Man fncturhig Co. In Snn DJcgo, Cnlif.. the Cl Aircraft Machmfst5 Utuon called slrlke for Monday by cmploj at the CoasolUiated Vulteo Aircra Corp. Tlic union find the compu Imvc boon dcatllm-ked on the unloi deinnnd for n 10 per cent iiou "stopgap" increase pcudl final cojitract ncgotiatioiu. A un! spokesman sild in compatiy'jt plants in Fort Wor .j Tcx.r and Nnshvillc1, Tenn itlon of veteran wlio at- lhc univenslty cflltrd on the J inc "nlkC'_________ Fire Destroys Trailer House eimiR March I unices can be found. British Relievo Mac's Yn on Ccrrillos Kond. 'Hie fire was TOll nbiig before It ivm dlscovcreil; the triillcr ivas all a'l.unc when tlic firemen arriscil. Pire Chief Ellis Hauer that LI, two-Inch hurl been lai! "Ic at the AT.'cSF cros.lns near the 'Slate nllaty. He asked that Hie finder iclurn it to llir fire TOKYO. Fcb. 2 linvc Joined wilh American In llio Insk of occupjlns Jnjian. Advance elcmenls ol an eMIinniril troojis bwin landing ycslerdny at Kurc, trplai-luK lhc rtracllvnlcd U. S. Army's'lO'.h corps in Ihe Alllllllli I.AS CI1UCK.S. Feb. 2 rM ABnifi" fur lhc cinrcnt ye.n nro Honor Ion [eft by Nto faihcr, former Lt. Gov. Janips Murray, who died tnree ago at Tvicson, Ariz. In pclillonlng Prtbale Judge John W. Orecn lo name 'Hiew (orces. iilllmnlely lo Include AtLstrlrallnci nud New Zealand a III Oennnl M.ieArthur lownct home more of Un- American soldiers controlled Japan since the Inllhl InndlnRs last AIIP. 30. ,f.f llu'lr U'.ir II ii'.MiIisot Ilic annual favor- cliTMiin, iiininuncert yeslcntny, in, Ciciinila Sue Hull, I.n.i Criicri. fjiiccn; Jane Ande rson w. ureen 10 name udmlnlstrator, ri t Ihe widow. Mrit. Edna Murray, and V i I'Jllll Urges the .'even children, Murray, prominent stated that huslnf.-wnian. the ot KniELneeriiijT, >pular fnciiily inernber. died ftiihotii leaving a will. HU e.v tntc was enimaied al Armstrong Ouils Health Department Dr. C. Annstrong has resigned la lubtrculojls control officer with Die Stale IVimtment of lleatlh. Dr. Allhough Intensely bright, pots appeared M on the I Ihe 'able dip aun'i surface. James n. Scoll, Stale Health arlding thai j itcor. nnnaunttd today i wa ilo with n 1-ccal records ihou' thrrr was no rnarrl.isr." Former Marine Boy Friend Booby-Traps HUN I'INOTON TAHK. C.lllf.. Feb. rirnlli nhcn she boinc 1 Myrnrt Simile, urclty Bint tn oppulnsr Iwr ajmi- tuent door Jerked Ilic plu nut ct .T iwfny ,wmcnlr her cx-biy [tlriui. ;i fouurr Marine, I( flnrt oul ,he ttilli (wroh, twt. Avn And lirr nparinunit. Stir also rliitrRfcl litiu wldi iniUlnff 1 a the rcllstous tncts uiulrr licr nul Tw> far tlte ntutrrlincil niMtn, shrnjuipl to' nu-." Mrs Sludf ilwlh. Mrr hou5CJiiirst, Mrs, Aim.i Mrs, ShndP lutro'Aly Joliiv-on, DnmT, nncl fliiiVuior rrM- (trill Ol Illf blllldtUK fWApCti injury. 31, 1 lis 8lia Tluil skfptii'al xni'i lifR put mi Ins ovncoiU ili'j ni Ing, cllniliftl fut of liU holo, hli .iliniloA ami diickfvl b.irk a lo rrAunir hiA d. Hf Ibid police hl.irkevl u. 'mil" Mlfr liavins rltiiiirr (.i( SJi.vtle Jrlinsi'ii ,u tlifIT iiiMrtmcLil niul fcnc-A the Oro.indlKM.s nu'M oilier of the Uimrrt'Sutra rikl likewise. UllS I'lU'lK Drivor KriSi'TU'o SAnMAiiii Jin And NO. iicfniiliniT in (rntiition. B.m- In hV nint [tic h.iMtni Another six ot wi 'ITut'is not coiuUl-! KriSi-fifo crliiK tlj.ij end March II. or iui 'A C.IT ititrli in- A In llit-Umi Dralh Slutc Tdllcc t'hlrl Homer C, brllrr illM-lo.-rd dKlay ili.i! tfto ML ptrls vvrrr tfcliitf in nrtclon nilh Uir liul llf.Ull of I'.milo p HAS broken, [jrtr.v At Ofiu'Lil [ouiu! thf 5jiiJor ln.1 no '1'hrj >akl woisM >c Tlir ear rr-'.oi tl-Drnr It >Mn P.uii s.i IHOts weir t Ing furUirr qiif rhr NKW YORK, Ttb. 2 (A', Mi I ihrrr R "vary ctlectlve ycMtrtlay. His nuoitlian 24.200 vficrans arrive today................ radio wavw." Jceuor nol unnouriced, MX American aboard 23 IAS Gallup. SK3M.S .SlOltrs 1 of tiir r.iUr.iinlA sunv.-i lo Albiuiiirr- nnil nf lULiiMiui'fil Khl.ij fjj lUt.jry CJuJd- Rtotr.i F-V, AKAHS ON si HIM: JMU'SAUIM. hVH. 2 r-- P.V ITnVAV ami pi iifUc.illy All A n 14-hour f-' jcultnl by AiAbs I I OlMt'' KI.MI'f KV 111 hllllll S I.IIS AMiM I ll IlKMINO. 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