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BIX Las News Sunday Morning J»nuary 28, 1945 Superforts Rip 75 Jap Planes ; ( C o n t i m i ' d f r o m paK" 1) *!n tn .J;i;)itii( !· · hoim'Unjd Tm-.s- djiy nnd ntfaitiM Iwo .Lmn \\'«-d- Anlll.-ry H||H Chirk Field Aim rif-n'-; s i x t h a r m y .spf-iitlirar down l h - c e n t r i i ) Lu/'n p l a i i i duj. FmJay. .Ijijiane.'.-e a r l i l l ' - r y open' (. up 1,11. Van!i-( a p l n r i ' i l f/hii It ;jir- c.'u-ounL*-! .'fJ n - H . s t i i t n - c s o u t h o Uic K n i n b h i i nv-r. ( ' l u r k Field. J H r f f f f i i a i r d r o m e n i h e I'hjljji|.ii;!cH and n major p r i / / of Die war. was r a p t u r e d c u r l ; T h n r s d H V l»v n u i U of the M l h ai m y i orph who nh.'i.'-^d (in -m-ni; K a n i M n i n| pcrh:iji« 5.000 i n t o Hi- n..iMi o; (lie hufce airdrome. ··; ]ay A infix.-i n use ( t d r ;i i ! n 17 !:ui(l:nfi . 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MiirAithti! hind IIIH men WHT clt.urltiK Hi · Jn!l« M.tiltr.'.'.';! of Itfiiiilcin inn] !..,'! ejii.tMP-d nmn\ iirlllli-iy |''e'-' :. :trid in:i' ninr-iMuih p r t i K M - w s s i m l h w i m l f r o m A n p r W MI f i m i i M i i « n i ; i l i | ' , on it p l i n i l l * - ! l i ^ ' h w i i y t o I I I ' a « t Civilians Flee From Berlin M V n l i M t - d hoi,, p n f - f 1 i I t u s M i i n a r r e d r ' . i p n i-n-i-dih f a n n e d o u t along t h e Nit|;n1 r l v r - ) . , . . ! . [ ' . : : ; .M I n ,m li · · · 1l» V ^ l i l U i I n Hi.- « ; i N i n l d H l i i . r!' l . r t U V l . V .-.'.iliii,; ||ir . M ; i p c rni l l d o l !M| .-),. i , I V tl'.op... ! i . M ' H l K CHI I v i i i ! riii-i n . i i l d i n v h k y ' f * l o i r r w I n r I h c i i n n Ih a n d c i i H l . w h i c h h - i t t c t '.i ill Hi.- f i j i p i o i i 'In-.- l i i K t u u c i i l t ' . r r .hiiilH r t n i p i l i i ! . Hiii' I t i i s j i u m l i m i t ^ | l t p p l d n f h n i l N a / i t n t l n i i l t i - m p t i M K !o list- the e.'.iape n m l v The r a p t u r e nl M i t t H - n h i i r j i j n i t tin- Jlit«.si:ins mily ^-1 i n i l e H ! roiu I h v llee cay o[ DnnxlK. whi-n- Ih Tin' i;.'!l:;n[r- i i d t m t l r l l l u - |{IH- Hum:* had ' roiled t h r d.lcr rlvi-i i n K l i C h i a in ^ f ' a t l.»n-e. Tlh- Slcinmt. :ir. mll..i t n . t i l i w ^ t of |..- Mr(:r,] !![,.,;ini. u ' h v i e t h ; . ' t . t i i i n ; i lalnii'd In h a v e IUIMI Id'il n l L'l no: I l i i - r n Holi-Mit h i - y i ' i n i I'.ii'.^hi;] \ \ e i v only M;; mli.':4 t i o m I t e i l i i i , T h e Urrtiian.^ i . i l . i « - i H.-M-C l ' j t l l « . i u It!) it n i M i i b ' T t,l i n f a n t r y 4ml ( l i n k · I h l - ' H M r , Milk I ' t d i h K I t o n iiliout j.iiys [IN lici fm-d Shi- | i . i v h n n t l n u L ! («,[ , t . i ! . | t n-ht iti [,ii the liilji.r l e i i i u i n l in r n d l : ! t ( ; and IMI IHK for li.'i On Ihe o t l i o i h.inil. n cnw R i v n u ; 111 r i u i i i T s nf inllli n i)a w i l l KCIH-MIU.V y i . l d .1 nel prutlt dm i h i M iull rirpmil .'M l , r i t | mliditions. tin- puce uf n i i i l i . mid tlix :i.| nf M-d Tin- im,u* m i l k Ihr ruw pi o MACARTHUR AT JAP MEMORIAL Third U.S. Gen. Douglas M a t - A r t h u r (cuntc-r). walk.s away from a Jap- ant'.se m c i n o r i a l iri'UiunK.-nt at Damtirtis, Luzon Island, which was flrdiciitod In t h e valor ;ui(l couragt' of Japanese forces at the town in Hi.' 1041 invasion nf ih^ P h i l i p p i n e Islands. Photo by AP photo- Ki-fijihci 1 l-'rnnlt K t l n n on u K h i g n i n c n l with wartime still picture piHil. ( A P W i f c p l t n t n ) . 4M COLIMM i'LA YS MAJOR ROLE IN I!. S. \\ttlt KI'TOItT \Vheii t l l l i t hoy corne.4 horn inks. "Well, whiil have you .i-en doirij; w h i l e I was a w a y ? " h i ' i e ' H one }]JK Item I" he addi'tl o t h e i n d i v i d u a l and nrejniized '..·ir rff'oi-l.s in the Mr-silln Valley. M I n r e we .'iilcird the war Mirer l i a n i u . ( t t ; i i men Jinvt- h ' - e n t r a i n - ·d r l K h l here in our h l U e (·oiiiiiiun l y to w I n work |oi- Uncle Sam in u n i f o r m or In i r t d n s t r i i ' K prn- M i l ) l t l i i - e n i - n t y . A f;ood Hteiidy :enm nf n i e i i In and m i l to Itu-lr Tin: record spealt.s for I t H i - l f . 1m \V. r.niiiMon, m:\ll\K 4- "5(1 men received their training, of A-hlch number 710 fintshoj th«lr ·oiir.se. and hiivc goilc to son. Rutwccn eight uiid nlric htinclrcd ASTHI' men wore trained a t . t h ( schno!, and to date 2B8 ASTpI ieii have tiecii enrolled under tin re.^-nt progrnm. The Impressive 1 figure of ."S.PSt' renrejicntfi men nnd women wHr · M i i - t o d vlin| war Industries fbi- cwinj; t h e i r t r a l n i n p in thi- shop 'OIIIKC.H piyi'ii at the college. Aside- front the above, iriaiu than 200 have been given flight trfilri- i n fi ft I A A M the n r rriy receii tly Ion 11 led Int-ec pi lines to the col- letio for I n s t r u c t i o n purposes. .houl,! ; ; - K " l . A t o t a l of HIKd AX-M i i l u m n a e are it! 1h* a r m e d fofi-e.s 800 of t h e m \* i l l i commir-J'lon.H ian|;inj; from .HI-, mid l;i"H - n a n h t to h K i ' i i e r n l f t in Hit- tn my, and Nuptial (luninirtny Clara Trejo nnd Santiago P, Pnl- d n n a u o were miiiTitid Kriday by I'roliate Jiidpt- A l b i n o Apodacn. MI-H. Hnldonarlo gnvt- hot- address I'.elw.Tn HI ami M) f n r u l t y m e t n - ] n j ( ! ' IW OurcH, thr bridegroom b M » of i h e i n . H i i i n t l n n now m-rvi- "«tl»Ji h'» addrcra "U. s. Army." L- n i l l l t t i r y . _ _ l i t m j H i ON LKfroic STAMPS "I SANTA KK, J a n . 27 W\ - - - O n ^ ' pmviHJon of iulcc{iial( proof of . _ : d t ^ l n n - t i u i i , liquor Us .stamp.4 , will) !i hijvi- hcon mutilatc(| may | In- ivphirrd lo n retail license ' h o l d e r . A t t o r n e y Oeneriil C. C. j . M r r u l l o l i hi»ld in an opinion for [ V i c t o r Snhizar, t - h l r f of th? tllvl- T-Ti Joe r. H i i ) : u t r 'A»:i w o i n i d f d , i;ll " ! '"' M'liU'r control. ti l ' - r a n r e J a n u a r y (I, the wiir de- | i i i . i r . · n i i n i r v In w I "I'^'itV. ! ^ U M . ^ ' ; . . ,, ,, , ,,, ' ' Mesilla Soldier Wounded in France (jrii|liriu(-'d from page i j sKifi of hoarded military material ·eservea --aHtward. AMI?a iilahed batterefl apairt_Frl- day at Nazi rail and road transport, and RAF tactical air force planes alone in 150 sbhtlc.s deflti"6y- ed 13 locomotlvcB and damaged 18, vyrecked or_ dfimagec! 150 railway cars, ahd 26 fopH, vchfcl^. Snqwdrifia hampered all , Allied armies in the we^t; and. ,_ 9 averhung Lhe J AJaace plain wtiere the 79tH clivisipn o f , , t l i e . u . S. ,ie- v c n l h ii)my h^d rubbeil out tlib last German bridgehead, bvfir the Mod"!r river west of Haguenau. r j ifj!it Heavy SnotvilriftB Men of the first and third ar- mi.^g floundered through 1 flnowh- dfifta ap. deeh as seven to eight Lt. fitri. Wfliiiirtl li. Simpson's -jith ?.r;ny dou^hbpys, braking n !ull of six weeks, discovered the C!crma:ia hod pulled *Uc west of ihft Rorr. The Americans -eacficd ho rivrr, only 25 miles ffom ·IHorf. with .'inch ease that a 'cheduicd arllllpry barrage was inccJIed. To the north the British second irm swept up., the VVurrn s river, i tributaiy of the Roer. capiiir!-\tr ! ' a t s x German villages, Scot- ish pntrols moppet! nji the re- nfiindcr of the sector all the way The U. S. first army captured 'ive more towns in Belgium and J?ed eastward to within two and i half miles of Germany. Along most of the Luxembourg front the American third army moved its lines to within a mile two of the i German frontier, -caching a number of points where ,he Nazi winter drive started. Barton riii Freddie Barton entertained his j jittie playmates at, the Martha ' J4cath hiridcrgdrUh Friday morn' ing on his sixth birthday. The room was decorated with potted primroaea find .1 Valentine i tlicme was carried out In the re! ."reshments, .1 Freddie's red and white birthday 1 cake was servetl with orange juice from the pretty table centered with' a howl qt pansies and violets. The son of i'. Sgt. and Mrs. Gray Barton, Freddie is a prc-firat 'pupil j at the school. His father Is in i Enrope with the 12th army group ; headquarters. Wriies from Jap Prison Camp Battle Looms on Manpower Issue WASHINGTON, Jan. 27--1^*»-- louse leaders sbiight todiiy to ·omp'romlse dcbp-rpoted dlffbren- ·es thretiteninfr to dbdm mdHpbwcr egjslhtion. f Their effo'rts appeared to get lowhcre a the House, prepared Lo begin Monday k week of whal promises to be the bitterest debate Ln recent years. . Two major iaiile*. each backed by a group refusing to give ground, were the obstacles menacing the limited national service proposal requested by President Roosevelt irtd opposed by organized labo and h.large r.cgmoht of industry. Southerners and a sizeable him pf northern members are insiting that the legislation cohtftln a provision permitting meri to jbin or to rcluae to join unions on jobs to which they* arc assigned by d r a f t boards. , Known as the "antl closed shop" amumlmciit, this provision once was approved by the military com- miltec and then was withdrtiwri in tfie Interest of harnipny. Lnlor leaders have assailed the proposal ns an attempt to abrogate existing .mlon contracts. Our SedJncl frront Tnmmy Miller, SM 2/c, of the · U. s, Coast Guard, fs home on a 15 day leave after spending 12 ;-months in the southwest Pacific and Philippines area aboard a navy | frigate. Upon termination of | i k-!:vf ho will report to Boston ; where his sHip is in dry dock. I j First word in over a y\?ar was j i n reived by Mr. and Mrs. C .N. j j Clark of 426 Ncrth Main, from i .ln-ir son, Cpl Alton Clark. ;i pri- j srUK.-r at the Osaka P. O. W. camp, i j Me writes lie is well and ivonis | t'very day except Sunday. ! "Are you receiving my nllot- ! m c n t ? " asks Julio T. Barela in a j card written in a Japanese prison I camp to his parents, Mr.' v and Mrs. Gulilermo Barela, Rt. 1, Las Cru- ccs. Pvt. Ray T. Qnintana whose home is at 340 East Mesa St.. has received a certificate personally signed by his commanding general honoring hirn for fighting- with the 29th infantry division D-Day to St. Lo, the public relations section with the division has advised the Sun-News. A delay eel report from, headquarters of th'e 21st bomber command on Guam states that Pvt. Margarito L. Navafro of Anthony, and other ground specialists of a B-29 organization based in the Marianas who look up the unfamiliar task of airbase construction in addition to their regular duties have re- Jhr2e cards received here from Solly Manassee have beei} forwarded to his mother Iti California, by A. L. Williams. ' " The cards, Mr. Williams said, we're dated July, 1944. Solly stated that his health was gcod, that he had received a pack- ige end other mail from home, and that he hoped for an early opportunity to be with hia mother and brother. He also expressed hit; pleasure in the fact that his business interests at home are In good hands, end asked that his best wishes be extended to his niany friends in Las Cruces and vicinity. Going over with the 200th "toast artillery, Solly has been a prisoner of the Japanese since the -fall oi Bataan.. ceived a special commendation .'rom Brig. Gon. rt. ij. -uajiaen, jr. commanding general. CancJeiario C. Chavez, S 2/c, whc is on leave visiting with relative: in La Union, lost his bill fold wh:U in LEIS CIT.CGS. The bill fold wn: found and is being held for Iilm at tlie naval recruiting office at the court houso. Eddy Drillers Hil Twd Dry Holes ARTESIA, Jan. 27--UPI--A top allowable, a stripper well, and two dry holes were among completions reported this week in the Eddy county oil fields. Five new starts .:-c , tahed. Completions: D. D. Thomas. Johnson 3, SW NW 28-16-31; total depth 3,475 feet; flowed 75 barrels of oil per day after shot. A. H. Hover, Hastie 6. SW SW | 18-17-28; total depth 553 feet; i pumped eight barrels of oil p e r ] day, natural. j W. R. McKenzie, Cook Iron- sides 1, SE'N'W S-"20-29; total depth 1.204 feet; abandoned. R. R. Woollej/^boltey 2-b, SE NW 28-lJ30fr v 5»tal depth 3,585 N*vv lo-ations: Skelly Oil Co., Lea 5-A, NB NW 23-17-31; R. E. McKee, State 5. .NW SE 3-19-29; Nash, Windfohr fyferown, Gissler 5-B, NW SE 23-17-30; Repollo Oil Co.. Keel 4-B. SpjSF-8-17-31. PUBLIC ACCOUNTA1«T Aiulits - Tax Matters.- Systemj IZOE.Griggs Ph. 284, 477-J Sandwich ahd a Prink.. We make the very best sandwiches arid fountain drinks. Il you want a short lunch, this is the order! JOE Y. ROGERS, Mgr. It's nol allogslher. the KIND of cleaning fluid Cothcrn Cleaners uses ... it's ihe condition of the fluids at the time of cleaning. . hive ilwayfi heard that they have A regli- lar still. The fluids are cleaned io a'clear water white after each . Using. ^ Regardless of all ihe talk you hear, about our cleaning service, and the fluids We use ... we really do offer the public a service that will please the most exacting person. Give us a trial and be one of our regular customers! 25D WEST LAS CRUCES AVE. ' PHONE 300 STATE ENGINBKil titlRT SANTA FE. Jan. 27 -- (M--State Engineer Fred Henly sustaim'J a broken richt arm today when he 'fell on the ice pavement near his nld Mes.lla Me wns w i l d A r m y K»i: had hei-n i ) \ r i c i i s t w o yi-iu Try llr-i i,, K , i l( I,, had l i i l i i ' i i j.iiM in n i l K i m i [ i r t m M r . l u f : « « - r W!t« n w n n l . - i l t l i mi/,' s t i i r mi-dill .'i.i " h n i M i - ;n n i i e l i n i i . " w i l h Hi p a n - n l M , Mr. and M i s . .1. i. d t - n t ; . 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