The Acting Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Mexico (Messersmith)
Washington, March 10, 1943—9 p.m.
350. I received the visit this afternoon of three of the California congressmen who, acting as delegates of the entire State representation, desired to impress upon us the need of doing everything we could to urge the Mexican Government to facilitate the sending of agricultural laborers to the United States. I shall greatly appreciate it if you will telegraph me what the latest developments in this connection may be and what the prospects are for a satisfactory solution of this question.