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FACE SIX Bulldogs Take 12th Straight Cage Victory The Lan Cru«s J'.ulMuKt nia,l,. It 12 4tralihl virloni's, ;ind l.'i u-ins Ui 14 starts «H t h i - y ibtmtrd H i Anthony Panther:* ;jfj-2] o n . l h , . Anthony H i K h c n u r t K r i d i i v nl^'hl. V wan th.. .im-,,11,1 il..fi'al The Pan- yiera had suffi-n-d at Hi,. h n n d n .,r the Bulldu|;.i t h m si-iiiiw,. Paul Roach, who M-I-IIIS to I,,- las CnijS«rspn-New8 PORTS 1ANTS ll.v III ; l l I 1 I.I.ICKTO.N. .us. .N'KW V l i l i K . .Inn. L'7 ijf, UB t i n - . - i l i m i w l l i of w o r l i l mi i,,- i : , : , l li;r,,,.,| Hi,, Yiinlt,.,.., GRAND CHAMPION AND OWNER Sunday Morning January 28, 1945 . . ' " ' " / M r 7 '' *'"" ' """ '",' 1 "" 1 " K " :: ' [ ' " ""'"""" « l 1 1 ' '"" ""' " " " nl hitting his Sinn.. ,,-,w. p ut .,.,, tii,.; )·;.;; I Cruceii q u i n t e t w i l l i I I iiilli,.,,. P a u l , " mark, another buy who is m n k . 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Clarke (D-McKinley) said } i 1 ( P would introduce a pro- I r I on.stiLutiona] amendment to 1 1 h the statewide primary and 1 ]nv the method of selecting coun t.v (1 strict candidates to local l Th eajlturM K c i i n n j . lii.nnr.H u - i i h 1H boihU. Tli,. Ki'll.vir h i K h ,,,.,,,,.,. ,u, : , Rl(icr, ( j u n r i i , w i i n i n p i i i i i « . KIHIl ..... Kli-lil nlu.vn IKIKI i,,. lll*hl lo HuHwi'll Anny All lli-M Uolni uwiiy, i-omuii; limm-. tin* l«)t · imrly" rimm- IHi.|ihmu. thfl Nun-NYuN. I I A I U . A I N (d| \ T I . K W l M - I l ( I l l r | t l l ' U t ' l l l S f t i f ( ) ] · loi!^i-r« WIIH on t i i , . t i n - l i i h t yt-iir, DM- haul! D i a l i (uili-n] ; ) Hi,. r ) u 1 M'l l l n - |il1r.- ;il XL' I I I K I . I K l l l . . 'I'hr V i i n k : - . H!i-hiil:nj.; n C D I I I I ! , i v n l u - CAP Field Day Features Bivouac, Exhibition Flighfs 111" |.'i,-|,| h i l y l . ' i v i l A i r I ' i i l i - n l .l"l.-i lo I,,- l i r l i l nl Hi,. K i i , | . . c,i|. I"C'- A l l p o l l l , , , l n y I r n i l l 1:110 I n l i . ' H I p 111. Tin- p i i ' T i i l s n n , I fri",i,l« ol I I I , - C i i V l i i in-,, i'H|,|.,'hilly III'); -,l I n . - i l l i - l i , ! In-" i l l r i l l l l l n - I'lllrs l l , , , l l 1 to '· iiiul 1, jposed resolution would pi that polllical parties hold it t inventions in each oven- p i I (r f year Lo select slale can- didati 11 1 said the draft of the mfiiKiire was not In final form and j Ihiit he wishes to discuss it with 1,-giHlaturs from various parts of ! thf -state and, if possible, incor- l poriiti' their ideas. [ "There- ia a lot of talk against i the primary," he commented. I Lee Oma Beats ! Burly Joe Baksi j NYw York, Jan. 27 JP --Les · j Onui, boxing's latest version of the Cinderella rags-to-rjches theme, scorcii the biggest victory of his c h c r k f i e t l career by decisively out- p o l n t i i i f f Burly Joe Baksi Jast night at Mjidison Square Garden. K.'Hidn-d hy approximately $BO,000 in his last three fights the Dc- t r u i t hi-avyweight, who less than a v-'.'ir ago fought for coffee and c a k f money, gave away 25'/ 2 pounds but outaped. outboxed and oiilptJiu'hfid hia 211-pound opponent to K.-UII n unanimous rio-round de- cisiuii. A i i-o\vrl of 17,429 (grogs gate SS. r i,7!H') v.-;itched as Oma, a 12-to- 5 imdiTdog, lost the first round to the K i i l p m o n t , Pa., ex-coal miner, then came on to defuddle his opponent w i t h left jabs and right for the first round and CAGING SCORES '"" ·" '^o d "t e B^TwL h un l abic I to , ope wilh Oma's unorthodox Mill,. SiTvli-i- Team* | slv ],. ,,, c i r c n n g w l t h arms ^ng- K:n,tii I - , - MI";. .12, K i r t l a n d M n K at his side, then suddenly ' · ' " · I d - I I . I n s h i n i - out. 1 1 1 . -I-H c l u b buy, |i|.,il|,.!|y hugs "[,, l n | sli'i-r. w h i c h r a j i l i l r i - d th,. Grand f l l ' " n i' II,, - i t , , ,| \\ m ,,, L K e I . , ( ilsu limit top -l-H f l u b honors. t,i I i , A l l ,-,-idi-ts in i i i - , n i | i T i l l . - , - iif C i v i l A i l - I ' l i l l - ' i l w i l l aa- M m i l l , i l l L' I..,- i;tH|i--i l i , ) l i i t , l , I ,-\l u l ' . I l , . - I dr Ihn;; fi,!tow|.,| |,y t|,,. | , l ' . - ' ! . - , l : i . n , , f I I I , - n i u i l H iii,-,,!:!!,,. Camp Lii!,,-i G7, I'm-blo A A H : l l l R l l .Sl'llll..|| 1-iiM Ci HITS .';5, A n t h o n y ^1. , V,ui;;hii 21. K i n - i , n , fl. ' H u r l e y - I I . Ijii-dslnirj,- :|-. K i i n l i i K,. l l i c h lid. Kl Kilo 15. A!lini|lli'li|ii|. I n d i a , , K,-|li,ul 35, T|L,1 Ili. H;I:I,,I 21. Law Vejin.s lil. Dempsey Cool To Truck Tax Rale Change ALBUQUERQUE, Jan. 27 Wl -- 3ov. John J. Dempsey Bays any proposed cjiango in New Mexico's truck lax rate or system Is a malter which should be worked lul by Ihe slale lax division wilh issistancc of truck line operators. "I see no reason--for making my change in Ihe tax setup al this line," Ihe governor declared lasl ilghl in an address here at a regional meeting of Ihe New Mexico motor carriers association. Chairman Robert Valdez of the state corporation commission said in Santa Fe yesterday that legislation designed to b r i n g commercial fleets of trucks and private truck carriers under jurisdiction of the corporation commission probably would be presented to the c u r r e n t legislature. He estimated that inclusion of truck .fleets and private carriers under the motor vehicle mileage tax would produce a m i n i m u m of $150.000 additional annual revenue. Asked at the meeting if an increase in the .statt; gasoline tax I is to be proposed, Dempsey an- : swcre.d, "positively not." Taos Wins Third Straight Game SANTA FE. Jan. 27 (#). --Racking up their third basketball victory in three nights, "the Taos 1 I-*/gh school Tigers polled over the Santa Fe Indian School last night, 36 to 16. , Tonight Taos takes on the potent Santa Fe Demons. Wednesday night the Tigers took Espano!a, 3-1 to 31, and Thursday night they b?at the St. Mikc'.i Horsemen, winners of the recent Las Vegas- Santa Fe tournament, 26-20. The Employees of the Weisenhorn-Papen Agency Hereby Resolve: 1. To see to it that NO customer is uninformed as to the types and kinds of service 'that The WEISENHORN-PAPEN Agency has to offer. 2. To improve the public relations, of The WEISENHORN- PAPEN Agency and the insurance business in general by evidencing in our own work · that The WEISENHORN-PAPEN Agency is a friendly institution, anxious to please, anxious to greatly increase its numbers of satisfied customers. 3. To be meticulous in explaining the coverages which The WEISENHORN-PAPEN Agency has for sale. To emphasize policy EXCLUSIONS AND REASONS THEREFOR and to clearly explain the protective features of the insuring coverage itself. 1. To make COURTESY and TACT paramount in the consideration of every problem with which we are confronted in our daily work. 5. And, finally, TO THINK BEYOND OUR OWN JOB and ' take full advantage of the fact that the WEISENHORN- PAPEN Agency management is constantly receptive to new ideas, new ways, means and methods of rendering MAXIMUM service to the public at a MINIMUM cost. -; "", S a n t a 1'Y I n d i a n Scho A Lovo Story... of TODAY... TOMORROW. ALWAYS i Cl- l;., ,;, ,!, -I i r l n y t m i :'.;·. Diiwwin 28. ,,I1,.|;|' \ St-nli-i- Team* S n - y i r i i A A 11 7.1. V.-'Mci-bi'l !'.S M,-, 1 , 1 ",- ,V. l i i - , , r f ; i i i oG. Hi-,,I).' 11 I ' n - H U j l i l Miirinc-s K.\ Hi" l . i i s . \ i : i i n l . i c i i , l r . . | , , , . ( . n,,put .|!i. · l ' - l .M-- I N ' " i t h C i i r . i l i i i , ! in. N. f. K t i i l Mr. I'lirli'i- \Viiiii..||.|i Klirlri" 'i,hi|'iniy. I ' . , ] , I W:,ym: y \V, l i h i n - f . i v i l ] i n ii:" H i , ' , , - i l i J n ' i i l u " . h i l l , , i .h" I n I ' l i l l :; i i l t i - r w l l i i - h 11: - l " w i l l l » il ,! l i H ' l l ' - l 1 i l l l u l l ,,t [ , i , k i l i i ; i i | t III" -i ilj;,-.', I I l l , - L..!-,,(in,l l , y · l . l l i i ' . W h i l " I I I " . n i l , - 1 , 1 l , i \ ' r . U i i | . t i l , . , - , . . M i l l I'" . - . . h i l , , l ! , ' n l l y i i n : . A ! I ,, | , : ! , ' ! , , I !y f A ! ' illl '.(}. i!!in"i.i i::. h,w,i .i;. O k l i i l i n i i i i i .1:1. .11,s -i 27. \ V n h . l i i i K a n . i .'..'I P h i l l i p s r l i f l ' l I'll. K m , I A r m y A i r Field 111 Simla I.'" I N . M . I ' lll".s .12. K i r l !.,,'-! Ki.'ld I I . I i , , " ,V. A , - k : i , : y i i - -Hi. ·' ; h'." l " r n , I : . - , , | - L I - | , , I V U . T,-,; .','.. l : , - , ; : . - l i , - n i K , " l , l IS. i ' K ! , - , h , . i , i i , A:;iiit- ; - S(i, J V n t i i l h TODAY. MONDAY and TUESDAY ALSO Amaiing Prodkllonu of iho 16lh Conlury PhHosopImr "NOSTRADAMOS" ClH-inIt-ill Knj-lnecrlnp; Ih,-us,-,nil dillVrcot chemicals i'd i" Ilic- ni.-ikii,,: ,,f ,, tank :,'!.- l l r i n :',,ll:0 ill b u i U l l l l ^ il T I R E S TIRES T I R E S WE HAVE A CARLOAD OF GOOD G R A D E 3 T I R E S in all i/,e. w h i c h \\e \\ ill ,-c!l at or |elo\\ c e i l i n g |»ricc. NO CERTIFICATE REQUIRED A e l i J i n e e l o g c l a g o o d | » a r e ! I l m a x he \ o i i r last op- p o r t u n i t y . a ( J r a d e .'{ Tires are »e||iii^ : scarce! 302 SOUTH MAIN LAS CRUCES. N. M. TODAY - MONDAY Pal O'Brien in "MARINE RAIDERS" plus Western Aclion "AniZqNA_WHlRLWIND" Sunday - Monday Two -- Big H i l s -- Two DEL RIO THEATRE LAST TIMES TODAY me, SPANISH STAGE SHOW Mexico's Leading Guitars and Slngors TRIO ATOTONILCO' plus on the itcroen I.OS MUERTOS H A B L A N ' Rcddy Kilowatt Puts on the Squeeze Everyone in the Mesilla Valley is aware ol' llie vital part t l i a t the colton in- (liislry is p l a y i n g in [lieso war-torn limes. Here is a iool view of one of the huge compresses, powered by Retldy Kiiowall, where a five hundred pound hale of eotlon is reduced lo nearly one-lhinl ils original size. The hale is then held in shape by the large, f l a t metal straps shown in the foreground. Reddy is proud of the laet t h a t he can f i m i i h the power lo do t h i s neeessiry job. In i'aet, Mr. K i l o w a t t is m i g h t y happy thai he can help a n y w h e r e on the war f r o n t and on the home f r o n t . \ Y l i c n e \ e r \ o n need his help. D i m p l y p l n i r i n and he'll shout. "Tin i\edd\!" Mcsilla Valley Division

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