Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on January 19, 1945 · Page 3
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Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Friday, January 19, 1945
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FrU«r Afternoon January 19. 19*5 PAGE THHEE Pomtingtohykw Aileen Slirhtfn | Prove Potlar *! : I \ When the 22a^ circuit exhibitjon of the South^rji £Jtates artjjdeagfue was shown in "Sarf Antonio','Texas, last fall, Sh,annqn'@, s^udy, "Colored Girl"!'was feSWPaAd Mrs. Shannon was askstLtp send a substitute picture to continue with the exhibit '.'J.W '.1'^'^.'..-. "Muchacho", a study of similar size and character, replaced the i sold picutre.- 1 ' ^ A 'fa I On Wednesday Mrs; Shannon re* ceived a telegram advising her that "Muchacho" mfd be*n sold while I the exhibit · AutfsCjtiemjg shown in Baton Rouge,^1^;, Another subs- tl^ute was requested, , Promptly ''fcl -Hombre'' left to catch up with the exhibit when I it'reached Athens., Ga., T . Mrs. Shaniioh, a jnatiye d'f .Mississippi, has made 'lifer' home 'in Las CrucBfl for maijy years. She is represented in the collections,.of the Mississippi Art association, the Bfatiigan library in L,as Cruces and elsewhere. Stfe'is'a'member of the Fellowship of the Pennsylvania academy, wherg-;*he studied before going to Pa^g.-^Jle has exhibited in practically" alljtfie northern centers, such aa-" Philadelphia, New York "and Washington. Mrs. Shanhon ; has been active in local art clrcle'simje coming to LBJJ Cruces in 1924i' jT ':'- 'HOW ABOUT US GOIN', PAL?' Packing for movement to an undisclosed forward base where his Liberator bomber will go into action against the Japs, B-24 Radioman Staff Sgt. Waller E. bickens, Bastrop, Tex., gets a "How about us, pal?" look from his two mascot peps as he closes his bag after'gefeting orders to shove off. (AP Wirephoto from army air force) Mrs. A.R:Leding Hostess ,to Group -;Ila \ l The P. E. O. Sisterhood was to observe founders' day' at a meet , . ing this afterhoomin the home of j ff Mrs. A. R., p LedIng. Mrs. James Benner was to act as co-hostess. Mrs. C. W. Botkin was to present the prog*anv ."Highlights of tke Time of 1$96". Mrs. G. A: Feather, president of the organization was to preside at the business .session. ADMIRAL BYRD IS DECORATED Churches Plan World Day of Prayer i' Representatives of,the different churches'in Lg'C/ufcesjmet in the home of Mrs. 'Robert-stovall yesterday to discuss pians for the observance 'of-the".''world day of prayer, February 16. Further plans for the. program will be discussed at a meeting Jan. 24, at the Etovall home'," Wcsleyan Service Guild of the ItlethodLst Buounage .Sale, Saturday, January .30, ; ftt'the'Aliania Hall. · f-r--"'-^-- ·» Adv Going away, conuhg'home, ha* Ing a party? Please telephone the Sun-News- Population Exiled Before City Captured LONDON, Jan. 19 (JPt --Soviet Russia's leading war correspondent reported today that the Germans had exiled every living inhabitant of Warsaw before yielding the Polish capital to the Red army. · Describing the newly seized city as "one big ruin, smelling of burning destruction," M. Markarenko wrote in Pravda: "No single live human was among this devastation. The Germans had exiled all the inhabitants." The communist party newspaper story was broadcast by the Moscow radio and was recorded in London. Lancasters Mark 40Ui Nuptial Dale Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lancaster, 902 West Hadley ave., celebrated their 'ortieth wedding anniversary yesterday. Three of the'couple's children attended a dinner at the home of their son, Cecil Lancaster and Mrs. Lancaster. Mrs. Christine Wusnack and Mrs. Walter Hutte and Mr. iutte were present. A son, S-Sgt Willis is with the army in Engalnd, and a third son, ·eon, liycs in Electra, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster came to ,as Cruccs from Duncan, Okla., about five years ago. He is a local licensed contractor. Thursday Nighl Dance Club Meets , Mr. and Mrs. Ross Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lackey- ware hosts to the Thursday Night dance club at a dinner in the party room of the Club Cafe last night before the dancing. Pink tapers flanked the centerpiece, which was an arrangement of spring flowers in pastel shades reflected in a mirror. Place cards were miniature replicas of the centerpiece. Eleven couples enjoyed the delightful accasion. JOIN THE MMCH Of DIMES JANUARY 1 4 - 3 1 BAYLUS CADE PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Audits - Tax Matters - Systems 120 E. Griggs Ph. 284, 477-J Valley 3 Loan and Finance Company Complete'Jfinancial Service Automobile --(Personal Furniture DISCOUNTS We bjij; all types of 'contracts. Established in 1936 129% S. Main'St. Ph. 445 President Roosevelt pins the legion of merit on Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, retired,, Jan. 11 at the white house. The admiral was decorated for "fine leadership" on a special confidential navy mission in the Pacific. (AP Wirephoto) 19 CENTRAL SCHOOL GIRLS TAKE PLEDGE AS GIRL SCOUTS At a beautiful and impressivi ceremcny 19 little girls of the Central school troop made their promises and became f u l l Girl Scouts in the auditorium of Branigan library last night. Joyce Amis welcomed parents and friends. Rita Curry called in the color bearers and led them in the pledge of allegiance, a f t e r which the girls sang the Girl Scout flag song. "Beautiful Banner." Naomi Hershey introduced .Or. j Sigurd Johrmsen, who formally j created the new troop 14, .ind welcomed them in the name of the council of which he is a member. Clara Melendres introduced Mrs. j Rose Hunt, regional representative j of Girl Scouts, who discussed the i meaning: of the Girl Scout laws mid i asked the girls to recite the laws ' and give their meaning. The girls 1 came forward, two at a time, light- PARTY LINE Party line today sounds l i k e a reunion in the Edna Loomis homo, because well, bec-miac that's what [ i t is. On Wednesday V i f t c r Mrs. William Loomis and daughter, I Mary Alice a.Tived from Fort Bcn- j ning, Ga.. Lc. K e i t h Hmnphrk^ came in from Fort Leu-is. Washington for n vi;it w i t h his wife l a n d daughter, Lois Carroll. Mrs. i Humphries, the former G e r l n n J c Loomis, with her daughter, is matting her home rt-ith her mother. The .Humphries S o f t this morning for Bahnorrhea, Texas, v-her-' ng a candle to represent each law. The troop then made its forma! iromise and Mrs. L. E. Freuden- '.hal, troop leader, pinned the Girl Scout pin on their uniforms, whil? laying a word of encouragement to -arli girl. Karol Duricx announced the "jlose of the ceremony with the ;inging of "Girl Scouts Together." Girls invested were: Rita Curry, Verina Amlregg, Rebecca Torres. Betty Lou Phillips, Mary .Lee Nations. Elsa Frrurienthal, Stella Alvarez. Clara Melenclres, Jean Bow?n, Joyce Amis, Olga Pndilla, Clarice Smith, Wanda Parten, Knrol Duries, Naomi Hcrshey, Leonora Culhert, Sallic Ann Whatley, Sue l^and Carol Edwards, Mr.s. Goddard Home From State Trip Mrs. R. W. Godclard, who met with representatives of various women's groups over the state in Santa Fc, where they worked for three days outlining principles that they will support in forthcoming legislation, has returned to ^ier home at Mesilla Park. The bills in which the women are interested are in the process of formation, Mrs. Goddard said. They are not ready for presentation. Following the work in the capital city, Mrs. Goddard spent n week in Albuquerque visiting with heads and representatives of Women's clubs. Mrs. Goddard is legislative chairman from the fourth district of federated womens clubs. Second ! Tech. Sgt. Oliver Sullivan, son of Mrs. Maggie Sullivan, is home on a 30 day furlough after two years overseas duty. He saw action in Sicily, and holds the Purple Heart for wounds received on D-day with one cluster for a second wound. He was awarded the silver star in Belgium, wears the combat infantryman's badge and holds a French citation. He brought back many souvenirs for friends anil family members, Pvt. George F. MCKinney has been graduated from the army a Mr?." John Bowon the troop's t f o r o e a f l i x i b l p gunnery school at new leader, was introduced a f t e r i Tyndall field, Panama City, Fla. which Mrs. H u n t ird the audience I l l l c P u b l i c relatloils o f f i « ^ ~ N.M. Press Assn. Opens Its Annual Meet at Santa Fe SANTA FE. Jan. 19 U --News papcrmen from over the stati gathered here today for the two day annual meeting of the New Mexico Press Assn. President A. W. Barnes, Gallup publisher, was to preside at the formal opening session set for 1:30 p. m. Highlighting the program_were discussion on manpower" problems, led by Floyd B. Rigdon of the Carlsbad Current-Argus; news handling and makeup, led by Dan Burrows and John Policy of the Albuquerque Tribune; and an outline of postwar planning in New Mexico by^V. J. Jaeger, state plan mg board director and former Gallup publisher. Columbus Giragi i publisher of weekly newspapers at Holbrook Winslow and Flagstaff, A.riz., is to discuss "the divine rights--and obligations--of the country news saper," at the Saturday morning session. Another speaker on the irogram is Irl W. Brown, secre- ,' of the Texas Daily Press gue, Dallas, slated to talk 'the Advertising outlook.' 1 Gov. Dempsey will entertain the association with a dinner tonight and the Santa Fe New Mexican vill tender a Saturday noon luncheon. New Mexico members of the Associated Press will meet at 4:30 m. today. Wallace Perry, editor and pub- isher of the Las Cruces Sun- Vews, and former president of the ssociatlon, is attending the meet- ng. C. P. Wilson, 25 Years at AM "ollege, Dies (Continued from page 1) he experiment staff, loneered Many Projects He was one of the pioneers of he southwest in the projects of eseeding the range land to van- its grasses and range browse ilants, along with pecan and f r u i t ree culture. From this experimental work, ic had published H score and a lalf of bulletins and articles. He ioneercd experiments with -:ham- za nnd winter-fat, and conducted ·arious experiments involving germination, preparation, plant- care ami-value of the various grasses and range plants. The experiment station is itself an important part -of the college, with three experimental farms comprising approximately 300 under Irrigation, and an equal a m o u n t of unirrlgated land. Jaw College Development Mr. Wilson had seen the campus ·pw from a foundling institution of a few buildings to its present complexity, with millions of dol- ars worth of buildings and equipment. The college flag is at half staff oday in respect to his memory. Acting President John W, Branon said a successor has not been named. Mr. Wilson was born October 7, 1878 near New London, Missouri. He. came to El Paso in 1902. In August, 1937, he was married o Miss Grace Scott of Denver, Colorado, a former resident of Me- iilla Park. He was a charter member of the AM alumni association, and THEY LEAD NAVY FORCES ATTACKING LUZON Vice Adm. Thomas Kinkatd (second l o f t i , commander of the Luzon attack force according to navy caption with this photo, confers w i t h .staff mom bers before the assault on Luzon announced Jan. 9. On the bridge of Kinkaicls flagship are deft to r i g h t ) : Vice Adm. Jesse B. Oldcndorf: Adm. Kin- knid; Rear Adm. T. E. Chandler; rear Adm. R u s s e l l S. Berkey; and Commodore V. H. Schacffer. (AP Wirephoto from navy) 'ruces Gunner lets Praise on Marianas Raid A 7TH AAP HEAVVY BOMBER BASE IN THE M A R I A N A S ~ Delayed)--Because of the terrific lounding they gave the Jap-held Volcano islands on the third an- liversnry of Pearl Harbor, Staff igt.. Manuel R. Madrid, of Laa Cruces. New Mexico, aerial gim- icr, and other members of this Hi AAF lienvy bombardment :roup were praised by Brig. Gen. Truman H. Landon, commanding general of the seventh bomber ommajid. So successttil was Ihc combined Liberator Bombcr-B-29 Stipcrforl-; ess attack, that Gen. Lamlim' 'Icgrapht'd his congratulation . . . ! "for a fine mission to Iwo Jima which mnltos the Nips' three year headache worse." Taking off from their M a r i a n a s base, wave a f t e r wave of Ttli AAF B-24'a swept over the heavily iorlf- fk'il stronghold. Ewu'li Liberator dropped three tons of bombs on enemy installations below. Navy reconnaissance photos taken immediately after the raid showed direct hits on supply and ammunition dumps, oil and gas storage tanks, communication centers, shops, and airstrips. Segt. Madrid'.s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jose R. Madrid, Route 1, Las Cruces. He attended Las Cruces J u n i o r high school prior to entering the AAF In May. 19-12. He is credited with d u m a ^ i n g '"me enemy plane. A brother, Tony is a. Sergeant in the AAF in Tex us. had served as secretary to the or- j mt - lf h' i jlely ganlzation. "" " For many years he WHS an active supporter of the Me-silla Park community church, later of the Immanucl Baptist church nt Me- Mother Dies, Shock Kills Son Harold S. KoIU-y, SS. a r e t i r e d A r m o u r packing n i n u p a T i y eiu- ploye, who h;ld spent llu 1 past two years in Las Cnices, died yi'sltT- day in Los Angeles, C n l i l o n i i i i , friciuLs here k-ariu'd today. Mr. KHloy had been culli'd I n tin- coast cily by the illness of bi.s mother. His mother died, ond Air. Ki-llcy succumbed to a Imurt a i l m e n t ini- :iid nis conditlon was i lo withstand the ing. mt rob shock st I'n f her Mrs. Kelley accompanied him l Los Anpfilos. Tlu body w i l l .be sllla Park. He was a member, o f ' . shi PP^l u A l b u q u e r q u e for b u r i a l . ·,. j the YMCA board on the campus, and the assembled G i r l a sing-song. :ollts ill has advised the Sun-News. Upon an "c'ivc Farm Bureau member, _^ '_ l _ l ° K ''' received a pair and wus engaged in philanthropic 1 his graduation he received a pai of silver wings signifying that i now he is ready to take his place will visit w i t h the l i e t i t e n - : a s n m c m her of the combat crew t s parents. They plan to of a n A A F bomber. He is the son plnc,, arrived for a visit i Jinis hoim\ Mrs. Hiller, former Edna Loomis, and her pons will r e m a i n for an i n d e f i n i t e time, while Mr.s. Dillard ftoes to Hrn.-4nn, her f o r m e r home, t'or a visit. activities inrhiding assisting in projects designed to develop leadership among young- people. He maintained a personal student loan fund, and assisted students by other means, his associates revealed today. Funeral service-n arc pending t u r n Monday, and after a few .lays I ,,, Mr . and Mrs . George L. Mc- v.s.t here Lt. Humphries returns ! K inney, Route I, Las Crures. to his station. , W illiam H. Bnker, hospital aide. Yesterday Mrs. Leslie Hiller and | SCCO1]{1 dnsSp h!L , lwon t r n n s f c r red , amis Jonn and Stephen, of Jersey : rrmll Ulc San Die(;o naval hospital I w i t h Nelson's mortuary. City, accompanied by a friend. ! lo t n c Memphis Tennessee hospi- I Survivors, in addition to the wl- Mrs. J. .11. Dillard of the same '' lal hLs pa ,. cn t s , Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde | J TM'. include a sister. Mrs. Curo- Baker learned yesterday. I l l m ' Hosteller, St. PetcrsburK, . Lt. Keith Humphries is home on ' Florida, n sister-in-law, Mrs. E d i t h a short leave from his station nt i Wilson, Modesto. California a Ft. Lewis. Washington, visiting j nic cc, Mrs. J. E. Chudwlck, West w i t h his wife and daughter. ! Mint, Illinois, and a nephew, AN ' I bert Coldwell. of Tulsa. Oklahoma. Mr. Coldwell will arrive for f u n - the t h e Every drop is urgently needed for complete imd final victory 2 «D POINTS MO «(f for each pound turned in *' * * * * * * * Relief At Last For Your Cough Chronic bronchitis may develop if i ycurcouph, chest cold.or acute bronchitis is not treated nnd you cnnnot afford lo taken chance with nuy medicine less potent than Creninulslon which ROCS rifiht to the seat ot the trouble to help loosen and expel ptenn loden phlegm and aid nature to soothi" nnd henl raw. tendt-r, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes, Crenmul.slon blends b p e c h w o o d creos«)tc by special process with other time tested medicines for coughs. It contains no nnreotlrs No matter how many medicines you hnvc tried, tell your drutglst to sell you n bottle of Creotnuhton with the \inderstnndlntt you must like the wnv It quickly nllnvs the cough, permitting reat nnd steep, or you are to have your money back. (Adv.) COMMONS HACKS C l i r i l C I I I I . I . ' LO.\D()N, Jan. 19 /VJ · An at- ! t e m p t to express rensure of P ' i m e | Minist-T Ch..··chill's i n t e r v e i i l i n n 1st poiiciy ir, l i b e r a t e d land.i was , b'-alen ;i.(0 to 7 today in the '.f eommons. ' Try first to K et 11 in COMING EVENTS A A U W will meet Wednesday n i f j h t , J a n . 24, at the home of Miss Christine Amatlor. Mrs. John ICyi-r will be chairman of the hos- j less committee, with Mis.i A m a d o r and Miss Clytlee Iloss a.ssiflting her. Mrs. «. L, Guthrlo will him- i-harge of the program of social studies. Arrests Skin Torture ITCHING A Simple Home Treatment, Sliinleit -- .Qreaselete t A r m q i i k - k l y (o calm Hrltlnff f l i . i l i r r l i n M i . i i n f .Kcxumu I l n ^ l i t d , I t v h l r n : K*-Pl "nil mi.nt r n m n i n n * \ t . r ( i i x l l y ORIISC.! « k l n trn'.ihlfS. ' f t m n n l l n r l R l n i l h n i l l n o f K-S K M M I U L I i Oil, t m l n y nml n^ ilinv-lc.l. Any ROD,] ilryif w i l t t»o Rind lo niipply you, liukcr Drug Sloro Combat Moaqultocs The soldier Ic trained to prnlerl himself n R a i n s t the mosquilo which t r a n s m i t s m a l n r i H . He IB supplied with mosquilo netting, with mosquito repellents, with "mosquito bombs" to clear out his tentu or l i v i n g fnior- lers, nnd he Is taught not to expose himself at n u n r N c or inniet. Named After Tender Dubuque, Iowa, was named !n honor of Julien Dubuque, · French- Canadian trader who jot permUilon from (he Indians lo dig for lead there. ; oral fiervice.s. H was not k n o w n whether other i relatives will be able to come. Try This Mew Amazing Cough Mixture An Outstanding Success-In Canada Made in U.5.A Croat for Bronchial Cough I or Throar Irrlrarioni Dui to Colrfi T l i f K i n K of t i l l r - t i K l , im-.lli'lli.-M , . Piuit w o r k l n p c - - I r l n l w B ( k l - V M M l x l u r a m i U - k l y !...,« ' " ' I I l l l ' ' ' K i n '"'"*"" '" "'" -no nyrui.. fj«i| H tmttlo lo- ftny K»'»I ilniK -Inn'. H.ill« Baker Drus Store YOU KIDS! WHY DON'T YOU BRING THE SUN-NEWS SOME CLEAN COTTON R A G S ? WE NEED THEM VERY BADLY! Hurry! Hurry! Las Crupes Sun-News Kiwanians Hear Of 'Sweet' World Prof. J. C. Ovcrpcck of the agronomy d e p a r t m e n t of Ni l \v Mexico AM college, speaker at KiwanLs luncheon, chose a.s his jubji-ct. "Making the -World Sweeter." Giving the history of sugar? be iid Queen Victoria was the f i r s t person to place sugar mi the dining :abte. That was in 1791, and sugar at that lime sold fo is $27fi per hundred ;·;;;: Per capita consumption of .sugar n America, he sniil, is I OS pounds per year, anil would require a t r a i n 1,300 miles long to h a u l Uu total i m o u n t . The claim made by m a n y house vlvoa that cane sugar in of b e l t e r q u a l i t y than beet augur, is . i n t i r e y unfounded, said Mr. Over JUT It, n.sisliiig that UKTO is JIM d i f f e r - ence in r e f i n i n g jmn.'essuF, fowl ·nines or cooking q u a l i t i e s . AM Collepo is the home- nf the sugar beet sml devclopim-nl, be m i n t e d out, a d d i n g that \ve now l heel seed to ICnylaiui for re- l irc-Keslstant faint The navy has a new fire-retarding paint. It came out of research directed by Rear Adm. Edward L, Cochrane for the bureau of ships. A c t i v e fire - retarding Ingredients, such as iintinumy oxide, explain most of the paint's properties. Fire- retiirdant p u i n t s popular on land, such us those w i t h casein admixed, are nut suitable for use at sea, because they do not resist mildew and repeated washing. No paint is ab- suliiiuly fireproof in the sense that ' it w i l l nol bo d a m a g e d If heated intensely Inni; piuuigh. JOINtTHE MARCH OF DIMES FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSIS 'JANUARY 14-31 ' COLDS Relieve misery direct -without "dosing?" CATTLE GROWERS T«ke Your Pkk Frew ( 80 BULLS 15 FEMALES / ALL GOOD ONES SECOND ANNUAL SALE New Mexico Hereford Assn. STATE FAIR GROUNDS / ALBUQUERQUE ..THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH » 12 Noon-Sham _ These cattle have been chosen with care from the herds c( our more than 40 members. They are o( top breeding . . . but linve not been pampered, and arc ready for immediate service, in either a refiistcred or commercial herd. Tor rilitof fm,w Trail*) nr o l h r r tnfor- ro.tlun. 4diUru MariliBlt fellm.n. Ste- rrl.rj, T. O. Rul fllo. A l b u q u t r q u r , N. M. 588 BOYS SHIRTS P R I N T A N D SOLID C O L O R S Sizes 3 to 141 $1.59 OPULAD

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