Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on January 3, 1945 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR Las Cruces Sun-News Wednesday Afternoon January 3, 1945 RACE TRACKS CLOSE; HORSE OWNERS SEE LONG WAIT AHEAD BROOKLYN BELTER By ASSOCIATKII 1'IIKSS Hr;r!U' nil ir:^ i : i n i c l« I I ; ' - I - J 'I the mail l u i l n y i i r u l . · f l i m i i l i - * v.-)H-n .1 i n i c l i l |;i-! M a i l vni i*-ii f r i M n i f ' ' A ' u Ascetic Denies He Died During Night AYOT ST, LAWRENCE,' Hert- fordshire. England. Jan. 3 /P) --Bernard, Shaw, now in his 80th year, sat down to his customary ascetic's breakfast today sardonically .scoffing 'it rumors that he had died during the night. Shaw's housekeeper was kept busy answering dozens of inquiring telephone calls. "Tell them it's exaggerated." she quoted Shaw as saying. Mexico Eases Curb On U.S. Counterfeits MEXICO CITY, Jan. T, (/Pi -U. S. hills of from $1 to $20 den o m i n a t i o n may now be imported j and us?d here, it was announced officially today. Hitherto, as a war measure to prevent largo sums in North Amer- importation, exportation and use was limited here to Former Hill Resident Dies in Tucson Home Mrs. A. E. Wood, for years .a sident of Hill, this county, died in Tucson last night at the home Mrs. HaioldCling- ii an. Funeral .services will be held tomorrow afternoon at the Nelson Funeral home, followed by burial in the Masonic cemetery. Mrs. Wood, with her husband, for the past eleven y^ars had made her home in Tucson. Surviving besides her husbam: and Mrs. Clingnan, are three .sons Haul and Duell Wood, all of ·d him to f i n d a job or two me a boxer. Harold decided on a ring career. A f t e r competing a few months as an arn- a i c u r , he turned pro in the early part of 1042. U n d e r traim-r Frrddic Brown, Green bus developed rapidly, is a f i n e bndy-punc-her and a fair Imxvr, but nothing fancy. He i.s maufigcit by Nat Garber, a denial mechanic who i.s U'.iching Crri'ti the f i n e points of the trade. OCCM'.H father, m.tnagrr of » t a x i garage, attends all of hiH fighbi but only as an inter-, s p r r t f i U i r . He wants no rt of h a n d l i n g hte son s fistic -arcer except to lend ficouragc- i m - n t from t h e ringside. Seeks Coalition Greek Cabinet H V KTi;i'Mi;\ A T H K N S . J i m . 0 fllcrr Is Overcome b ' PARKS. ·Jan. :i ^Pi -·- Brig. Gen. A n t h c - i y C. M c A n l i f f t : , who .spurned t i n - N;i/i d i ' i n a n d for t h e surrender 1 '' w i t h his now f a m o u s "nut.s." said the C.crmans ky d u r i n g the first days biilllc, but their morale from the diary of one ·er wiio. on Uec. 19, war is K""S l " i)e f l i n I 1 days later the fl'iri-r was vrniking d i a r y compUiiniti" b i t t e r l y \ m f n c a n a r t i l l e r y fire a n d ] t i n - f a i l u r e of the Y a n k s to sur- j r e n t i e r . The next, day he noted | t h ; U lli.s men were " a t t a c k i n g f n l On Christmas day, the N'ii/.i ol'i'icrr was lulled. Today in Washington IK A.SSIK'IATKH I'ld.SS CAGING SCORES Dona Ana County Man Heads N.M. Commission HEAVY DUTY W A X E R FOR RENT Valley Appliance Co. SANTA FK. Jan. :\ (/!''' Valito/ til' Lii U n i o n . Dona An c u u t i t y . ha:; !HIM elected c h a i r m a nf th" » l a l f e o r p o r a t i o n cmmnis .siitn i'nr I'M'), .succi-vding Don H THURSDAY - l-IUDAY and S A T U H D A Y 2 -- Hit) Showa -- 2 qlorioufi r o n u i n l i c mublcal Census Reports Show N.M. Business Increase Half County Drivers Siill Minus Licenses W A S H I N G T O N . Jan. .1. C- ( ' a p t . dim-tor of the ct- ivpi'fli-.l lo.lny that tali's wi-i ·cnt for iinK-p Nvw Mexico f (V ,-r November, ll'lil Imosl nnehani;i'd fr(r M.M'Sli: 1 HIES AT SI N K W Y I I K K , .!«!.. S I.T J o h n !·'. I'oniliill. 8-1. who k n o w n as "Jat'HI.'" wlu'll hi- in III,- UmllMTKh Ui.luiip|'... ilu'il 'r.u'«il: ANTIFREEZE GRADE 3 TIRES BRAKE and LIGHT STICKERS RONNEY Motor Company LAST TIMES T O N I G H T BIG S P A N I S H SHOW A COLOHES " C H I N A P O B L A N A " LemonJuieeRecipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly plus "THE H A I R Y T h u r B d a v - K r l d a Y - S a l u r d . i y « IONDONS fit,»t J10IVI CACTUS PACKAGE STORE UQIORS ami II / A K C. E. "POP" DEAN 101 South Church Street EXTHA -- Slnrllng Iho Flnl Thrilling Ch«pl«r of Amerlcn H Knomlon In "G-MEN VS. BLACK DRAGON" L..I Tim* Tonight - "AND NOW TOMORROW Property Owners Warned on New Tax Renditions March 1 i:i the deadline; fur assessing persona! property and real estate in Dona Ana county for 1945, Assessor A. J. Robertson announced today. The assessor's office is ready to lake rare of assessing and property owners are urged to make their assessment as soon as convenient in order to prevent a last-minute rush. For the convenience (if those residing some distance from Las Cruces. representatives of the assessor's office will visit various school districts on specific dates. The .schedule fur Uv2 "traveling assessors office" follows: Garfield, post office, Jan. Ifi; Salem, Bogg's store, Jan. 17; Hatch, Myers Co., Jan. 18-19; Ro- doy t Acre's store. Jan. 2,'i; Rincon. VETERANS' NEEDS TO BE CHIEF CONCERN OF '45 LEGISLATURE ican bills from being used hy -;n- | Brazeul's store. Jan. 24; Hill, Hill emie-s of the Allied nations, the , -store, Jan. 26; Dona Ana, Linton's stoiv, Jan. 26; San YsicJro, McKin- i Continued from pag* 1) .·|] use; and one to bring som.e it-of-state corporations within the scope of the use tax law. | Veterans' Needs Trip Agenda Harry L. Eigbee, assistant attorney general,. said he 1 believed the- matter of providing a tax exemption for veterans of this war '·will prove the major question for tire consideration of this legislating" The attorney general's office held long ago t h a t the $2,000 property tax exemption applied to this war's veterans who otherwise qualified, which moans, In part, having been a resident of the state since 1934, under the present law. A soldier's bonus, already proposed and which would probably require a constitutional amendment, appears impractical to one Santa Fe legislator, who declined Jan. ',10', Fairacres, post 31; Mesilla Park, Pri- lf) lje ( i uoted n a m e - e s a ·lemomination. - The prohibition to circulate bills chard's Ktoro. Ken. 1; Meailla, post of more than $20 denominations | office, Feb. 2; Mesquite, Lumber | Co., Feb. 6; San Migeul. Borunda's stove, Fob. 7; La Mesa, post office, ;b. 8; Vailo. Sykes' store, Feb. 9; ·riiio, Kilgnre's store, Feb. US; Charnberino, post office, _ Feb. 14; Union, post" office, Feb. lit; thony, O'Hara Real Estate, F-;b. 16; Organ, Goss Slore, Feb. 20. Those who do not render their property on these dates at the school district must do so at the assessor's office in the court house in Las Cruces. CKVCEN GETS TAX I'OST SANTA FE, Jan. .T W Vicente Ulibarri of Las Cruces hits been appointed chief audito; of the sales tax division of - tnirenu to succeed I Most IJills Affoct : the state has an estimated 40,000 in the services and declared "oven bonus of only S100 apiece" would require an outlay of 54,000,000. The question of financing such a program would b'e the obvious stumbling block, he said. Bigbeo, who used the same estimated number of servicemen, said that although the number who would be affected by a 52,000 tax exemption might be only one-half those in service, or even less, "the elimination of so much from tha | taxi-oils would bankrupt many of | our counties." One argument used in behalf of such u plan as a bonus is that the unpropertied man, who needs help most, would share in the benefits, while a $2.000 property tax exemption would mean nothing to Procedure legal procedure, filfebee listed some of them as follows: To dispense witli the necessij-y of appraisals in probating estates; provide for admitting wills to probate when the witnesses are dead or unavailable;; extend authority ·ranted by a power of attorney until proof of death has been rc- ved, instead of abrogating U as of the time the death occurred; _..jble discharged veterans under 21 to contract legally so as to obtain federal loans; a missing person's act to eliminate the 7-year waiting period by admitting as evidence of death the word of certain authorized persons such as war department spokesmen; amending workmen's compensation laws to provide a "second injury', fund designed to protect crippled veterans from employer discrimination, as well as.protect the employer from ii ndustrial accidents possibly due to a former injury. BAYLUS CADE PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Audits - Tax Matters - Systems IZOE.Griggs Ph.284,477-J J. T. Smith of Albuquerque, resigned, it was announced by Victor Salazar of the bureau. expected to be introduced Tor the benefit of servicemen nnd their familie.s mostly dea! with Valley Loan and Finance Company Complete Financial Service LOANS Automobile -- Personal Furniture DISCOUNTS \Ve buy all types of contracts. Established in 1936 . Main St.'' Ph. 445 QMLiTY CAMAY 3 bars 20c Super-Suds Ige. box 23c COFFEE MAXWELL HOUSE 1 lb. 33c Pinio Beans MOUNTAIN PASS 20 oz. can 14c Tomato Pasie C H B 6oz. Iflc MATCHES DIAMOND cin. oi 6 27c FLOUR CREAM OF WHEAT 24 Ibs. $1.38 COFFEE SCHILLING 1 lb. 33c BEETS - garden fresh LETTUCE - fresh, crisp EMUiHE - solid heads OiAMSES - sweet and juicy § - cooking or eating ROAST, beef chuck... ib.26c EQ AST, veal chuck. ..lb.27c LAMBi:iOFS....!b.45c LEGofLAMB.....Ib.37c ROAST, lamb shoulder, Ib32c BRUNSCHWEIGER... lb.35c ASSORTED LUNCKMEAT.. Ib.SOc CRACKERS KRISPY 2Ibs. 34c RICE RODEO 2 lb. bag 21c BEANS PINTO 5 Ibs. 41c CATSUP C H B 14oz.bll.18c Peanut Buiter BLU-HILL 1 lb. 39c French Dressing BLU-HILL pint25c SYRUP BRER RABBIT Slbs.41c Chile con Came VAN CAMP'S can 29c 235 NORTH MAIN

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