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·PAGE FOUR Las Crurts Sun-News Thursday Afternoon February 1, 1945_ Propose State Ring Curb in N.M. SANTA K K , F . I . lulois ;il -A H ' H l ' u i mulches* m ve to b f l i r t v t - rn»?n u n d c i p trodiin-d m Tht l i i l - f l M I nnlor M i l t o n would i n f f ' n i i i t N.Y. Legislature Hits Gambling On Sport Events Ky JOK K E H ' H L R K O K L Y X . Fi-li. 1 W' N(.-,v York stiitc 1 * leKi.siiitnre lending ?t letfH] luin.J. a.f f a r aa the ..'inpii'e fitiite iti eonr-ernecl, ba.sket- Kinei] th n.ilay reneiv H l a m [ . l i m n t e d ran as high as $10,0110.0011 ! P ' I O D A V S 1,1 lOST STAI1 l . y n n ' · l i ' . y l i ' . I ' h i l a . l e l v.vmnt; H u l l ' . t i n : "When ;t i i u i n - iK'-r i.nH'.H h e ' l l (.··! l i i n tram ii.1. h.. l u ^ l .l|,.-:s'.jji. 1 ti-ail of a inisdi-in liiiiliinnkers ROSTER OF RESCUED INCLUDES 10 OF N.M. ( C o n t i n u e d from papc 1) flaard, Caddo, Okla.; Pvt. Jos. Lim- rad'» SrrinKH. Colo,; Pvt. Kobert J. Budy. Detroit, Mich.; PI'J, Clarence w i | h W. Bower, M o u n t Sterling. O.; Pvt. JanK'S A. Koyle, Joshua. Tex.; 1st i Lt. Harry. M Brann, Brrnvnsburg, j Ind.; Pvt. John Braunber^er, Port- jaugh, Cswego. Midi.; 2nd Lt. Daniel C, Limpert, Alhuquerque, N. M . ; Pfc. Sanford L. Locke, Suffolk, Va.; Capt. John L. Lucas, ., , .,, . , , , , ! Seattle, Wash.; Sgt. Chester J. (Hull tae nation I ' t ,, ,, , T ,. . . ,, , . 'rfr.nvn. I r e n t o n , Mo.; S/.Sgt. Julian n e i r enoris in ^ ^ ,, r(|wn Ma(lison F)a . pft Pau , out -.vldespread j - a i n u n i i K , M B mwn | n , Princeton. N: J.; Pfc. -ston L. Bryant. Blue Springs, irs Dottblr a KLnji-5 enmity Rrand ni-d yi-slerdiiy con.spinn;y n i n l two jnt-n {:harg- ( \t-b.; Pvt. Charles E. Buchanan, j Vlckaburg. Miss.; Lt. Earl G. Baumgardner. USX. Yonkers, N. Y.; 1st Lt. Kobert Gordon Burke. QucU-c, Canada; Pvt. Joe C. Burks. Dumas. Tex.; .Sgt. Edward A. Burnes, Bowman. N. D.; Ca;it. Cur. tin Burson, Denver, Colo.; John Burtz S-l/. USN, Furrcll. Pa. L-.J w i t h l / r i l j i n g f i v . - Brooklyn r n l l i a i k c l b a l l |iliiyers t h e s l n t c ^ u i l a l u r e received two l*ill.H d i r I l y c o n n e c i e d w i t h ga.'nbling o n Pfi:. iienjamin Cabreira, Hilo, On,- measure w o u l d a m e n d the ; Hawaii; S/Sgt. linger B. Campbell, p e n a l I n w w h i c h would m a k e a i n a - j A l b u q u e r q u e . N. M.; Pfc. Carl A. to f i n e s up t o ; c a r l s s o n , Bronx, 'X. Y.; Lt. Clifton i n i e n l for one ! j p Chamberlain. M a r l i n . Tex.; Cpl. liiesent law \ pjchard S. Chapman, the Maples, ifcssionals. G u i l f o r U . Conn.; Pvt. Ben T. Chal e g i s l a - l v , . z , Seboyetri, N. M.; Pvt. Joe D. QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptom i of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DU TO EXCESS AC! D FrteBuokTcllsofHomcTrnotme nt that Mtlftt Help or It Will Cost You Nothing i l i i l l i i m e n d i n g the {i n a k e Hie o f f e r i i i K of a ' c h o a t n u l i - i i r a t h l e t e a fe- oiarlt. P»«f Dictation, to S l a n d a r d - W a h j r n o n Drug M c s l l h i Parlc Holmes D r u g S l o r o OM;-MIM"||: STOUTS I'/\;K ·I'hi- a r m y r e l a y l e n i n has I..-, c n i n l n l p i T - l i i l K s i i i n lo ' any i s p e c i a l "K.....I l u r l l " b i l l o n , n m r k . ·.VII h ; -il of Us winning s i r e " :n S M I H I . I I I V ' ' . M i l l l o . ' i c t i i i c k m e , l ; , , l , l . e d c i , on.- of the buys il v , , ] v i . i l i n H i e I ' r o o l i l y n . . i l l " ! !,:l...k'.|l,a!l in-'s;!. al.so 1H a m.-ml" ol t i n . a t l i l c t h c o m i m t l e e w h i i .v-l! ,!e, I d e v . h a t lo .lo al I I I I . ( 11,1 l l l i l T l i l l e n w i l l be :. h ' - i i M a i - i n l . y - i M l . a nil '. il.. In: l.uli.-l Acnis.-d in C r a m i j u r y i n \'.-v S l e n i n i e r c l i a i g e i l w i t h I r a n . I t h e p u h l B r o o k l y n colleR U n i v e r s i t y I of Ohio. The game was cancelled. I No charges were placed a g a i n s t | I'.erna'ril I l a r n e l l . Larry P e a i l 1 s t e i n , Koherl Dialer. J e r r y t l r e e n a n d S t a n l e y S i m o n , t h e Broolilyn Chavez, Been. ', M.; Pvt. Bruce M. Little Hock. A r l c . ; Wnrdcn I no city I. Wis.; T/Sgt. William C. Claxton. Los Angeles; 1st I Set. Oeo i- Clow, O m a h a , III.: Pfc. K i n g s c o u n t y I J u l i u s W, Cobb. Colorado Springs, Capt. Homer J. Colman, and Henry «osen,|orand J u n c t i o n . Colo.; M/Sgt. j Kugene C. Commander, San Diego. C a l i f , ; John M, Cook. San Marcos, j Tex.: S/Sgt. Floyd W. Cooney, New players lo t h r o w | Castle. I n d . ; Pfc. Sidney Copy. " Louisville, Ky.; Sgt. John Gulp. State Line, Miss.; Pvt. John Cun- lilfe, Manchester. Lanco, Eng.; 1st. lilfe Miinchestei-, Lanco. ISnp. 1st Lt. Claude P. Daniel, Bogalusa. La.; Pfc. Robert L. Decker. Omaha. Neb.; Cpl. Q u e n t i n ' P . De- 1(1 nt :.Mi.·!!.all . L . . o i . n l . , I I r h l l l o b l i "ii I. f. ;.,s Ki. · I. i l i a - i , U l i i h hi|:l' i r I l s l l M n l . . | s M' 711 l.l.inlll n l l P I , N l l i ' l -I' (' i l l I H - I N M r h i i l s 1 l u l l l i n t in 111'- Til); W l l w i n »:.. ri l i n i l ii sin;::.' .'I CAGING SCORES ·II:D i-iiKSH \SS(K I l S r I I \ II \ \ k I ' I t t I S I .... I H . I . I . . A . M . I l l c h Srlioi.l: l l v i i b m i . - I l i r l S I . M l . l....'!'~ i ! TWL I College Welder Dies ·From Hear! Attack l t . K . - l ' . \ a t i i n l i c i ( i l i i y i - i s . u l U i o u f i l i Uicy wi-i in |hc I n d i c l i r i c n t an c ( t - c c m : ' p i r a - [ lut.-i a n d w i l l a p p e a r I I M w i t i n - a K r . 4 tui whni t h e i - i i M - CODH-S u p on Kub. n. I'nilM 1 Liinif Tndrr \\n\ A l t h o u g h l u e l u n K unli\«.4 i n t . T h t a l e t n i f t h e ledci-iil l u i r e a n t i n n . it i.s i t i n l c r s t n i K l , 1ms heon (|i n e l l y i n v r . s t i ^ i i t l n y g a m b l i n g on i i m i i l c i M 1 H p i t r t H f o r several m o n t h s . t i n ' i n e i i n i l i i H ' , ;;» jK-rHons been iu'ie.sted in New York chiii'M"*! w i t h b n n k i i i a k i n K ' . ire . t a n . 1, liiH|H'cli»i' Joseph .1. i m v n n i l l t i n - puller . n t n t i t i l t c i i l d i T i m i n i i l I d i - n t i r k - n t i n n hiireau', i n o t i n e e d . vore, Wi'ay. Colo.; (jeorge Dislel, d j u t a n t general's oflice. Washing- n , San Orvillo D. C.; .1. Jerakl Dr Calll'.; 1st Sgt. Di'iimmond. Clovis, N. M.; Col, Jmnes \V. Duekworth, next of kin Mrs. James W. Duckworth (no home town i : Capt. J o h n J. Dugan M i l t o n . Mass.; Capt. Robert J. Duncan. San Flan'ciseo; 2nd Lt. Will i n n i J. D i i n e n n . Pelahatehce, Miss.; Pvl. W i l l i a m W. D u n e a n , Trout- villc. V a . ; S/Sjl. Jncob Dusich, Sun Franeisco del Monte, Lll/.on. 1'fe. Cecil Easley. Houston. Tex.; Pvt. Klberl A. Kasterwood. Wcath- erronl. Tex.; 1'fe. Chestei' J. Kasttin. IiiKlewood. Calif.; Cpl. Ted D. l.:aston. Venice, Ciilif.; Chief War- j r a n t Ollieer Halph K. F.Mis, San An- Washington. D. C.; bland, San Francisco. 3-YEAR CAPTIVE FREED FROM JAP PRISON CAMP . SOBS WITH JOY AS HE SEES AMERICAN FLAG AGAIN * cd, but ran last night, for the first time in years, when he forgot his a r t h r i t i s upon hearing" American rangers yell for all pri- F ic Lund soner - s to malte for tne camp en- 1 i.rance. Sgt. Stanislaus Malor, Salem, Mass.; 1st Lt. Em men t Manson. USN, Worthington. Minn.; James P. Mc-Carthy, USN, New York Ci- Pvt. Chester McGlosson, Latonia, Ky.; Pfc. George McShale. East SI Louis, 111.; Sgt. Charles C Thought End Had Come Pvt. Walter Laverne, Sioux City, la., formerly with th'e twentieth air base at Nichols Field, said: "We went through the bombing of Corregidor to sweat It out. My i heart almost broke with the -irst ecause I ,. Ithaca, N. Y.; Sgt. Paul ! b " rst of f i r c lost n .'S ht S McKinley. Portland, Ore.; Sgt. I tllou f ht the Japanese had reach- Eldreid S. McPhcrson. Fortuna, | e a , ., , . patience Calir- Pvt. Harold W. Memeler, | oni l dcclclecl to w 'P e us out Chica-o. III.; S/Sgt. Edward Z. I " J a TM to ° ""PP? to ta ' k ' f l d Miller. Hagerstown. Md.; WalterT. Vt rh " mas . F1 °«'" s . Scranton, Miller. Hag A. Miller. Los Angeles; Pvt. Nor- . , , man K. Moen (no address I ; Petty i v ' av as hc was tcarln S mto hls Officer l/c J. K. A. Morin, Danvcr. Mass,; Pfc. John A. Moores. Wood- Last Thrtc Yimrs Hardest "J have been in the Philippines bine, la.; Pvt. Roy Morris, Cov- ingtnn. Ky. Col. Alfred C. Oliver, Washington, D. C.; Raymond Osbornc Dayton, Tex.; Cpl. Albert T. Parker, DemiiiK- X M.; T/Sgt. .Damn O. Hummelstown, Pa.; Pvt. Henry W. Peontek. Springfield. 111.; s-t. Alfred O. Phurr, Jasper. Tex.; Pvt. Breed S. Phillips, Tan- gipahii. Ala.; Capt. Caryl L. Picka-1 tele, O.'iltliind, Calif.; Pvt. Loren G. | Princeton, Minn.; Pfe. Win i thrup C. Pinkham, Dover, N. H.; Pvt, Pftt-r Paul Pirnat, Cleveliind, O.; Cmm. Robert W. Pitchford. Lonf; Bc;ieh, Calif.; Pvt. Ira M. Pitt.«. Khau'nee. Kans.; Cpl. Frank C. pntyraj. Grand Rapids, Mich Pvl. tfai'k- K. Quay, Springfield, Mo.; S^t. Charles R. (Continued from pags 1) *Bataan, "buj the last three years ' were certainly the hardest." Sgt. Donald Smith, of Boulder, Colo., said he had been "living on rice and cojan grasa soup BO long that I can't g-t over 'the newfangled package rations." Lt. Cecil H. Hay, Houston, Tex., who was with the 31st infantry on Bataan, said: "I never forgot Texas and I didn't let any of the other boys forget it." Hay was too in-' terested in food at the moment to explain how he kept Texas to the :'ore. Worked with Sick, Wounded Lt. Com. H. A. Ericksun, Los Angeles, still proudly wearing his battered, anchored naval cap, was at the Cavite naval yard whe^n Japanese bombers came over Dec. 12, 1941. "We took a direct hit on the station which killed 25 persons," lie said. "I was taken to Eilibid prison where I worked with 1 -50 sick and wounded officers before being transferred -to CabafVi- atun." When the original Japanese garrison left Cabanatuan after re- N. C. He couldn't talk much any.- j third hamburger. Flowers was a member of the 803rd ongineers. 43 years," said Edw. Normandy, Marlboro, Mass., a civilian em- ploye with the army 'engineers on moval of some 1,600 American pri-1 soners they left , James W.f Duckworth San Francisco, senior! American war prisoner on LuzonT in charge of the-campi Let Corpsmen Care for 111 Col. Duckworth had been caring for American prisoners since taan, where he commended Hospi« tal No. 1 at "Little Baguio." "After the surrender of Bataan,'| Col. Duckworth said, "Japanea came to my hospital a/id asked 1 see wounded Japanese soldien When they saw we were treatin the enemy the same as our o\\ men they posted a sign giving i immunity from molestation." Not only were'they untrouble in the hospital camp, said Duck-| worth, but .hia medical corpsmert and doctors were., permitted tol search Bataan for 'food supplies | unaccompanied by guards. When the death tate at Camp | O'Donnell, reached an astounding rate, Duckworth said "they serrjs for me and^my- staff and allo ed u* to tahe 68 truckloads of si plies to the ODonnell camp hos-i pital." . . : - ' · LONG, DUSTY TRAIL OF PHILIPPINES RESCUE MONUMENT TO JOY OF RELIEF FROM BRUTALITY By KUSSELL BRINKS SIXTH RANGER BATTALION CAMP, Luzon. Jan. 31-(Delayed) (JP)--There is a long, dusty, twisting lane near here which should become a war monument, for today it bridged two worlds. . J t leads across the plain toward 'ouinn Day- t h o death camp where 513 pri- Lon ( ) ' ' jsoners of war were rescned by S S K t Frederick Rabin. Long I American rangers and Filipino Beach. C a l i f . ; S/Sgt. D. C. Raines. BuerrillaB. B o n i f a y . Fid.; 1st. Lt Wm. C. Ram- Haute, Ind.; Pvt, Frank J. Kav.'hnscm, Philadelphia. Pa.; Get Homage fruin Troops A convoy of ambulances and trucks transported the rescued M a j . K m i l P. Reed, Dallas, Tex.; [captives back to absolute safety Cpl. John R. Reeff, Glen Ullin, N. and freedom-except for two of D.; I'apL Dontan J. Rce.s. Milwau- the 5 TM who died en route. No ki« Dr.- S-t Everett L Reyes | mt ' n cvcr received more sincere Tex.; Cmm Ernest E. i homage than these lean, ragged who hail come back from Hic'tti-u, Pii-hon, Shanghai, C h i n a ; ' Pfr Wm. C. Rcick. Utica, Mich.; j death. Sflt Laverne A. Ritchie, Tren'lon, 1 For f o u r m i l c s the * followed a 111 dipt Donakl S. Robins. DC- lane outside the American lines. troit M i c h - Pvt. Lawrence Robin- j r i d i n £ in vehicles and grass-lined snn, \VayIand, Ky.; Theodore R o - ; - acnbt Ross. HMii. L t . C a l i f . p]aston, Pa.; Pvt. Marvel u l carts. Thousands of sol- from the rcinvasion army 'Syracuse, N. Y.; John jg. i funned an Impromptu parade in Baltimore Md. j l h e i r n o 'i°r, H a n k i n g both sidts i l i S N , ! E! Alma, O a k l a n d , l o f U l e r e t u r n route. No men ever tried more valiant- 1'vt. Alfredo F. Sanchez, Clayt u n \. M.; Pvt. Joseph Schneider, ly to regain the pride which the Japanese had smashed and to con- Yank Crew Raids Jap Prison Camp; Rescues 513 Men Tex,; Frank C. Ellsworth. Lns Angeles, Calif.; Cpl. Fred C. j tro1 t h e i r emoliona as Uiese cap- Long Beach, Citlif.: Pvt. John T.! Sciiumm, Staten Island. N. Y.; Cpl. lives whose first glimpse of the Sgt. ..·) 1 ..I A n t l u Hi l i m p t r o i n l n - n - b i T i , T h r i l l nl Ufsciic Knl.l T h e i r .shirks w r r c t a t t i - r c d . S h i r l H wt-rt- [ u i t r l i f d a n d rcpali-h- cd. yrvi-ni! u f l ' i r r r s s t i l l p n n i d l y wore t h e i r n u M r m s if - a u k . Thviv w r r c l - i i t h T i ' d f i u n p a i ^ n hats. t y p i - h : M m r l . Tlu-ir H v n t i n i i - n t u'as t by I ' a p t . Jium'.s H. I ' h AMM.-U-.S, tunn.-r p r u v o s t on C t i r n - n i d n r I I i s a i d : "The l l u i l l o! -n-viMj; t i n i h u l K J I I I K I - I . S .stui in i n t o Kims. Shiifter. Calif.; Lt: Knut Ki-.v E. Seaman. Middleport. N. Y . ; ! almost forgotten outside world rsi-t. USN., Sa Pedro, Calif.; | Pfc. Win. C. Secltinger, Lilly. p a .; ! came this evening. MiHcn A. KiiBlin, Seattle, 1'fV. Ernest S. Serrano, Coyote. X '^hind TJu-in Diwth, Torture i. ' : . \ l . , Sgt. William P. Smith, San! Behind them was the awful Pvl. Ali'rwl Fan-oil, ICast R o c k n - ' 1'it-go. Calif.; Pfc. Donald N. Sny-1 hopelessness of Bataan and Corway. N. R; Pvt. 'Burniae L. Fay, der, Pittsburgh, Pa.; S/Sgt. Harry | rcgidor, and nearly three years of · ! Albii(|iiorquc, N. M.; Capt. Floyd j. Staj'le.s, BinghHrnjiton. N. Y.; ' unbelievably b r u t a l imprisonment. . , u l l | ! Floyd. KntcrpriHi', Ore,; Pvt. N d - ; , \ i r e i n S. Staus, Pampa. Tex.; Pfc. j Finally, alimnlnsly swift rescue ' t t , ( | j.son FOIISCCJI, San Jo.se, Calif.; A l - Marshall B Stoutenbursh, Kelcy) and an all-night forced march of I lu'il Fralds, Coffeyvillp. Kans.; Pvl. (Corners, N. Y.; Cpl. Carl E. Stuart, i 25 milcs, the last of several Walthlll, ',eb.; Pfc. Ira W. Taylor, j marches for them. The first meel- l.i-xmgtoii. Tex.; James U. Schi-; i n fi uf lhese -soldiers'and the trim mel. Philadelphia; Pfc. Herman j . j - o f f i « r s of the present campaign Silk. Isar.el, S. D.; Cnidr. Carl A.K'ui a tense, bravo effort to span Silvcrmann, USN. Warcnam. Mas8i|l-hc dead years, Thomas A. Slater, gunner's m a t e I Several of the prisoner officers I c, USN, Philadelphia; Capt. R o b - i had retained their tarnished baci- iTt E. Slyn, Eugene, Ore.; Sgt. I gt's of rank, worn proudly on rag- Dnnald ", Smith, Boulder, Coin.; ! Red shirts above shorts whi^h had . PJ id ^ | Deri i-'raic ,. Im.ki-d hi-lpL-sslv up from!'101 "' 1 " 11 ( '- I r " l t z ( M h , , - . xvr,-,. p r o u d l y or,-, t, | t'»l'l- J l l l '* s »· Onles. U S A , w r v r ..Id i n . - n w i t h H ' - ' v h H i r I S l i r a n l i m - j a - : S/S « t Ko ' a A Sunn- wen- j : 'iti'\vood, Elijah, Kin.; 1st Lt, plentiful stores which had been long denied them. There were also those who limped from bcri-beri, legs scored by tropical ulcers anci other diseases. 1 and, of course, there were those who looked up helplessly from litters. They tried proudly to be soldiers, carrying themselves as erect as possible. Salutes; Then Slumps Many saluted promptly and stayed at attention when talking to officers. One maii who did this crept into a truck and sank back exhausted a minute later. These men were so happy you could sec new life flowing into :hem yet most of them found it :lifficuJt and confusing to return, to this world. Perpetually wearing d broad grin, some would start a conversation with "hello, Yank, ·lad to see you." And then there was nothing more they could say. They talked pleasantly when Lhey could but many spoke hesi- cantly. Even the most robust young man lad been enfeebled somewhat from nalnutrition'because of their diet of three handfuls of rice daily with a few sweet potatoes for those who worked. Some lost as much,as 100 lU-rall Buried Buddies They remembered buddies whose bodies had been heaped into massed graves. Finally, last year they rerc allowed to make a tidy ceme- It-ry. A l l anong the lin" as I rode, truck after truck passed, the occupants showing some uncertainty, some hesitancy. They glanced ea- weapons and who lined the r p r i M M ^ l v V . . U I I K a .id a l i n . « t al ! W l n - ( l o l l t r y - Harrisburg. Ky.; C'pl, ,!,· n u n i i n l ' »v - i « l » l . Otlu-r a w . - n - ! l ' l l t " «TMiin.ll. D a v e n p o r t . la.; 1st Lt, Hurrly Gibbon. Marshall, Mich Pfc. Claude Gibbons. Tracy, C a l i f . . Leonard A. T.ibb.s. Willis, 'IVx ; I f i l i A. Gilberts. Asbton. 111.; 2 W i l l i a m F, Glrard. Ashland. Ky.: SKI. Wm. K i k k c n . Cleveland. ( ) , ; Oipl. Raymond,H. Knapp, San A n - timici, Tex.; Thomas Juseph K r u W. USX., S j i r i n p City. Pa.; St:i!i , s t l l l j S ( ; t . Clmrli-a B. Kyllo, Salt Lahi- L , , s l * ' ' l y U t l l t l LI. Isaiu- N e w t o n La V i e U i n Pit. Jefl' Smith. McCrory, Ark. List I been patched and repatched. Some xvore old campaign hats, some Every possible e f f o r t was being j overseas caps with company in- mnde, the Associated Press reported, to expedite the names of signe, and one had retained hi: old pro-war type helment. American and other Allied pri- [ (;t ' ( Stores as Japs Flee suncrs rescued from the Japanese j Thurt- wt.re old -men with grey ramp in the Philip[iines. hair, dazed, sunken eyes. Several Associated Press war corres- were surprisingly young looking ,sl n i ^ b t ·i ti , i l M i - - i l l ; i ' fW -·· plus y u l o r y ol tho liuu .KI NOT Ii^riin M-l:itn IM I;I;\M: IK \IM\; ;- \ N r.\ !··)·: .i.m .11 U r n i k l n M ; Then I1ns|iltnl ', Tin- n-Ieii.srd p r i s o n e r s i M I S ! A i u e n i ' u n b r e i i k f ; ! ; ! . l i i p a i u - n c luie.s w h e r e til i .sL.pprd I...-K e m . i i K h lo K i v e the CM !,»:IJ;,T 111 1 ' l i t ' i n y h i l t i d s . A m o t o r 1 ' n r n v a n met I h e t n a m i l a n i f t l t h e proud b u t p n s o n - i m t - i to t i n - iH'ntl htise ho.xpi!:il T l i t - y o i p ' - i l t l i i i l iui;lit o n boned . !u.-|v,'ii, iin.t i i n l - i - l i e v i i i ^ l y i i t e M'r- , . i ; i [ mid t h i r d l i i ' l p l n f ; s . I n [i ison i l a m p -veil 11 iViiue.st for in.-re t h a n i t lie d u t t y m e a K e r a l t n l n H ' i i t m e a n t rve. ·Huron. Mich.; Pvt pondent obtained the names from j 111(in - still keen and freshly shaven. Liusl^ Will'uiiKhby. O.; Is! ! a r m y authorities and f r o m t a l k i n g i SoniG W( ' re barli lo ahnost nor- a!e K. L a w t o n . M i n e n i l to some of the prisoners. T h e y ! m a l weight because t h e Japanese · - - WVTlf tiispati'hed by wireK-ss a n d ; ffarrison l e f t temporarily J a n . E radio vuieei-ast to Xssoeiatod Press; nil l the prisoners broke i n t o tlu 1 western d i v i s i o n h e a d q u a r t e r s at ', Pv W i n . J. Liusl S,;t. P o i n t . \\'i.s . M a r v i n H. L i b e r t y I J r l l . 111.', r a p t . C Lfa.snm. SUn-Kt'nti Hay. Wia J oru me H. Leo!;, H t u i t r l m M U - i i s s i . . .Marshall, 1'iihf.; Pvt. \'iiu-i'iil A L f i u o l y , L i v i n g s t o n , M o n t . : Pt| N o n n ; i n Lev. Y ' . r t h L . m ^ l n U ' , C\\\i - i i K t . . Ill : 1st LI. fhru-K-s K. L..u--= Jr.. O a k l a n d . C a l i t . ; Pvt. .1, L ; i - ;er!y at the helmets of soldiery ·oad. They peered far ahead at I h e plain streehing i n t e r m i n a b l y -- w i t h no barbed wire no guard to bar their free passage, Talk Food, Wives, Children Little by little they talk of food,| chiefly, these captives who have | collected G.ODO recipes during in-1 lernment. Then they talk of wives, J children, sweethearts, and parents f from whom the majority have I heard nothing for more than three | years. Among the few possessions car- | ried cut .in their quick departure j were 25 word messages from loved / ones And a few pictures of wives, j children and grandchildren. Tell of Jap Brutality They talked in low tones of Jap- I anese brutality and the death march of Bataan, of the final terrifying week of bombing and bom- j bardment which hit Corregidor, of men dying like flies, of disease, of 10 hours daily in prison camp under the hot sun in field.s or waist high in water of rice paddies un*der hard eyes, of frsqueut beatings and shootings. These experiences lay heavily upon them. Details were painful to recall. Yet many of them fore- swore the probability of returning home immediately to stay and "drop just a few Japs first." Hardware AND Plumbing Supplies Rio Grande Lumber and FUEL COMPANY 111 South Church Phone 3 i Superfortresses Hit R a d i o i admits anci i n U ' i i o r e n r e j J an «, a * Q; nnannr p , nusecl delay* but th.- names were j JH P S 3x ^"Sapore put on the wires as soon as . so that relatives of tlv etied m i ^ h t h a v e the «ood n. Many Prisoners Wife - Molher Wee ? at Moved to Japan New Mexican Rescue tw- j WASHINGTON, Feb. 1 - (.W *' s ' ; Superfortresses bombed Japanese s - m i l i t a r y i n s t a l l n t i o n s in the Sin«u- pore area today for the third time, i A press flash from UOth air force 1 headquarters said B-2f)s of Hrig. j Gen. Roger M. Ramoy's 20th bomb- i er t'oinmaiul s t r u c k by d a y l i g h t Rlvor Boat" DON'T FORGET, THE BOX OFFICE OPCNS AT ,s : 3o P.M. urv ois S l t tlinlti.\ I V I . itn (.uihl. t tu Kt'l II In tHUIl.I. or A l . I I ' K T I M E ironi « l i f e t i m e ol t h r i l l s ! MARIA MONTH SUSANNA rosin JACK OAKII IURIIAN B.'T Friday - Saturday 2 -- Aco PirturoH - 2 'Hopp/Stmts His Stuff »|| ENDS TODAY JEANETTE M a c U O N A L B NELSON EDDY in "Naughty Marietta" -·plu» RICHAHD AH1.KN In "TJhiber Quoon" l in Say Himmler Arrests 247 German Officers l . O N M i i N . l''--l' t '.I 1 ' T!i' M.' t , . , , , . K t d i . i i | i h ' l f d A n l u i i a r e p . ' i l * '.,.,1-iv I ' M t li.'.sl.ipo Duel 1 1 . - M i l l . ; H i i t t i n U r huil iirte.sti'd n r sent ti t h , - n-ar mi** n m r M i : i l . N I X ^ i M t e r a l t mill *MO i t h ' i i i l t t c e i ^ 1'H'iu t l u »y U l ' S S K L I t K I X K S t C X P KV A I M ' . \ T 1 O N I I O S I ' l T A L , L i i K n n , Ft ul.-iy, Feb. 2 (.-Ti - l i i t u i C. A l l . u i . able M ' a i n a n of t h , H n t i j . h n a v y , sai.t t o d a y a f t e r In.- reseue w i t h o t h e r s t m m a Jap;'.i;- c.se pr:«t»n e ; t n i p t h a t n u i n v j n i M ' l ' . ' i . w e l l ' t n k e n I'min t h e r : » n s | In J , t j ; t n l a t e last ye.tr. A l h i n . . « i : V J S h r n l ' l H - r y road. Kd Lniuimi. M t u n i l e i l my r.ann s h u p p i n g I ' t t w c e n h i u K p r i M m e r s 1 h.ti] k t j o \ \ : : Ii. ;il itu ! In iuli'i i l i l a i - y (inso , U h CLOV1S, F^b, 1 i.-Vi Mrs. A. n r i i m t n o n . mother uf Sj;l. Orville l l n i m n i t m (if Clovi.s. who was among those rescued from a laiia- ne.-it- prison e i i m p on Luzon, broke i n t o teur.s of joy when a r e p o r t e r . told her the news. "\W must r u n tell his wife," was t h e f i r s t t h i n s .she said. P r u m moii'.s w i f e , A d e l i n a . also Mil'brd w i t h h a p p l n r s at the news. "You know." .she said. "I h a v e prnyed M» long and h a r d for h i m t u u\!i r e t u r n 1 j u s t k n e w he would." Set. M I , . , .-ind Mrs, P n i m m o n h a v e two i - h j l - ni;« ilivn, ajjed ti and ·(. ; Mrs. D i n m n u m said her h u s b a n d i V i - ' h a d been wounded at M a n i l a on t u i t : Per. S. l!Ul, and was r u p t u r e d ilVi- i f l i o r t l y before t h r . f a l l o f C o i r e j - i Jor bases. Try first io Rt-t It in Crnees! was ftirnu'd before COLD STORAGE MOVING and HAULING We Can Serve You ou Short or Ixitig llnuln H. K. TRUCK I'hcmf 260 u a u i NOTICE Please call for your CAR LICENSE PLATES Ii is impossible io send them by mall. D. SELIGMAN Licenw Ditiribuior Gels Word Brolher Transferred io Tokyo jDempsey Hails Rescue As 'Happiest News' CAN'T KEEP GRANDMA IN HER CHAIR She't 01 Lively it* a Youngtter-- Now her Backacho la better Man U.i;»y f r o m t h e \\ -at r l t l u i l tu- d licit l i i r - t h e i , Solly, i n t l t r e S A N T A l-'K. Fvb, dill'lDX t e n r i i e uf IM'H s ru Nr r.s "tho M» i \iro li:ippi.-st siiiiv tin 1 ii y \\\,m di«'iM.'f i-t li.lnpy ium-ii.m ^Tiiiii* )H1IH m..u in.iitcr i.. IOHMIII in j..«r l»V-.4. l may »·««*· n..«!um lo. k».-l,.'. rlK«iu;Ui« (tun*. I.-B IM.I.V l.^i.f i-j. B ."l .-H.-ISV, (.-liiiitf «ui - ' · lit. l.utl'tl..-^, UH.1T tlnl I'M'., Greyhound BUS SERVICE FROM LAS CRUCES Effective February 1, 1945, the following revised schedules will operate,from this,,point. 2iey6auK(( "Daily Sewice EASTBOUND 4:57 a.m. 5:27 a.m. 7:1)0 a.m. 10:20 a.m. 11::!0 a.m. 1:05 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 9:34 p.m. WESTBOUND 7:27 a.m. 11:57 a.m. 7:27 p.m. 11:42 p.m. I ' The «e WHS f r o m th.- \\ Solly. « prisoner v A n t p IK-MI Tokyo. r i New Mexuv h»ii n e a r l y 2.000 ! men in the TMiiltppuies when the * Jujmn^Mc n t t n r k c d , They wi're · , nipnibrrji of thf '.'00th emvxt u r t i l - j Icry ( A ( A i , from \vhu-h nnoihcr niul .Hi n!i »i- ^.| Vu D E W I N G LOCAL: leave 9:30 p.m. arrive 11:20 p.m. Las Crucos Agenl: R. F. ADAMS GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT Main and Bowman _ . Phone 36 SEMVINO ALL THC WEST WITH DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION GREYHOUND fl m ·· . . - K4 UU IIVU JMUt U« ..L I.. I »»·«'· IHUfc I

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