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PAGE TWO Sund.y Mqrnfjfg jfcfr'"*? f ? Seniors Lead in First Semester's H.S. Honor Roll (Continued f r o m jiaRv 11 J i i h n C u r r y . Ail.-cn 1-Inlder. U n o Uiy J f t t , George ijiDilen-. M m Li.iinr.-s. r u i n , i , r M l l e x Ulln I C i i l n Paul »o;nh. Kiilpli K t i d m n n . I i 1 it S t r o m a n . H e t t y l.'m Terry. Jean Vcllch mill C y n l l l l n V V i i n l n n v J u n i o r : K e n n e t h liiirniiill. i l n zcl Beyer, K d u - u r i l Calm, .Norn u Ueth Cuniel-n. t l l n y d H Cn: V 1 Oeveniiy. I'iinl I'.v-'nll, J o h n Kyi r. Alice tjilitia. f'rniclllli (junziileb. : M l l i y Kll-ll I ' i - l l l K r e w . .l'ie HnKi-n., Hilly Ki-nrp. Ti rc.-u Tellc.H null l!il- j ly W n l d e n . j Sophon-im-n: H u d d y lial.lj. Hu.'d | Erar.ll, K u y n i n n i l Cnni,. A l B e r l n i Curry. Herliiii F i a m o , K i n i i u i U n r - ein Cos (!r»y, r h d l p .\i-ulc. M a r - j Ion Hi-yiiol(!s. l i i i l . ' i K i K i i c y , Viccli- t a Kint;!i. I l i - l t y N - I I \ \ r i i ; i ; - l . S l a n - HE'S A MAJOR Pick Deroing Man WARNS GROWER jftfa FjMiip Credit Body Reg ""' «~i- 4 -rt~.j~ IOII J V I - y l l l l l l l l , . l . l l l i l ".M". 1 . I . , , , , - K l i y l l l - ' l l ' · · IMIMIIII, 01 Jin Mil" ta K l n i i h . l i c l l y N, II \\a\Y-\. S t a n - I \- m \. ,,l,ove, him ln-en promoted ley W i l l , u s . gi.cenc l i l i l t l W h i l e ] , , , , , , , | l , , ,-, .,! -I ;'l:i'.M J · · in n d I l i i r l i i u a \ V l , l u v ' h j j , , i in I h i - I ' S A A K , t h e plllili, I ' n p i l H l i s t e d IIB h i i v i n j j mini- I J , . - , , ] , . , . , . , , : : , , . - , , · t h e l.'i'ii \ A F slialiiht - A ' " lor Hie pi-nod -in- i,,iv:m-i| l i i , S i n - N . -. v r - .. '... · H c i i l ' i r s . H i i n i n i y H i - i . n mid C y n l h i a : i : , u l i :rni: i-1:11111.111'.:,-I n;" n !:·-! and A l i c - ( J i l i t u r . H n j i l i i i n i o n - H . A!- , i i | t ; v . M . - i j u r Ba.son 1* a i;iai;- Sunshine //err dutilniKlx icilh lllizziinl A i i r . / i W i t h n Ink ii-irl 1,1 tin- iio'lln'ii.il r J"d u ; , t i - o; 111,- l.ns C ' l l c i - n !'·'!( nil; -liiiol and New i ie(i Ait-.M mili-K'-. "ml opeinled tin or,ll i H - l l l l - l l i l l l t 111 t l i e n - - I - I V I - H j i n - - A c n t I n t o a c t i v e i . e r v i - ' e i n . I n l y . WVi. n r r i y i - i l over (i-as in X - i V i - i i l l i i - i - lii-li!. mid p n r : i c i l n i l - d u , I l n - . M I - I O C I - I I I I . T u n S i n n . S o l 111,11 a n i l I ' . i l . n n i - i i i i i | i n : | ; i i . - I : .' i - . - i f r . M m . ( i l l i , - l i . i i i i . - o . , ". il l i i l i ; , l l l i - l l l ; i . M l ' . I l l l i l M t . H i I ·' K l l i l i - C i i l l i ' K " a i i - i i i - M J i i v i ' i l M .H -E ; !Hrn,SlS'^ v H Americans Near Siegfried Break G. D. H a t f l e l d . of Deming. *a:. ( t i 1 president Pf the Ms Cru» cs I'rr.duction Credit Aflfin. at the .iinual meeting n! stockholders at Flrftt Baptist church late Mr. H a t f i c l d advances from the u p r t - H i d e n o y and replaces J A - 'f ;acks who resigned at Uie meeting, due to the heavy press of per- i al business and the time ic- .·(Hired to fill his po.it on Selective ,'liTvlcc l*oa,nl one. el Ollwr Ofr.wiin .1 H.'Harris, of Las Crilces. was i cled vice-president, und J. H . , n nn was r e n a m e d to the post of j ·i retary-lreasurer, 11 M. P.lckimm, of LH Mesa, wa.« . . U to the hoard of directors, t i l l us the place vacated by Mr. I; n a c k K . Other members of the ho rd are Mr. Hatfleld, E. E. Cn Iwiilllider, Mountain Park; Mr. "- rri.l. and J N. Parker, Gage. A.-tcti, Tulul SIS-1,232 'i'he flnlincSal statement for the -· r KhowH the aMfloeiatlon own.s i n t H valued at |424,232.!)ft; that : - V/IIH $2-H fjlB.Ori; has a retivrvc :". 1104.718 A3 and a net total v . i i l h of S17ll,71,'!.r).'l. Total In( m i l e was J20.J18-U6 and net ciirn- ii4:a were $7,075 00. The a n n u a l in'.-e.tln[; was a t f e n d - !··! Ity 125 atockhnlders from Dona A l a , L u n a , Otero. Grant Hldalgn · H c - H (i.Hiil Crup Ollllllilll n(j the program \vafi .. _ by n. L. Mullimdorc. \'J c l i l l a . Kanflas. president of the F - i n t l t i c t l n n Credit Corp. ·1 b.-lieve the ueneral outlook u:- crupH is Hood," Mr. Mllilendore e lared." And I lielieve t h a t (let t i n - h:i:.d!cn|i.i of manpower t i f I Cr,lli'i;i- I 1 in-Kin..! nl, iiv,' no i Tin- ni'Milhly T - purl ( I V I - l l l l - I ' l i , I , , ' , | , r r i l l l \ ·· l S l u t " C n l i r i ' i - l , \ u n n ] , I,BM C r i i r i ' - . !ih"«!. ii i ir,,ntiiiiii-il mi pii;;" '-'' ii i r i i n n in.-i". I , l a n i r y him ilnvi-rr I" Mi" i n ' i ' Illllllll l l - l . l ^ l - l l l l l l l l - t i l l III, M l l . ' l t l l j , , l r,.l|,llll. I I H I - t l l l l ; I ' l l " " " . : · ill K T j M..II- t h a n -'.'i M'.'rirli I'.".': ' ····'· ni|'liit I, ili|,"iiihii" lit K t a l " | li.lii'ii V . . I Hi iv fiilli-i:" mil, .liii! l-l '.ih.'ii II ....... ·!·· j , \ i . . , . r . i - i i r i - .U III" -ii'Vi'Mli - r - i v . r i n y l i l t IW il.'l:H'.-» l.i"V";.| '.vni : , . , | , . | i : , | | , , " i i l s I , . - l - Y " i n ' I ' « " M i V ' K H ' . ' s . I n n :;l I ' l i ' v i n l l i l i ; I'.md : i ' H : i ' H 'il .11 I!'" ·""·' ·' ·' ..... n|.-, v i - i i n l l y "I 4k n u l l . - an h u m i ,,./,, | , M - |,",| I , ; , , u 1 1 , 1 ,,1.1, 111" M ' u l i ' l D. L. Mullendore, W i c h i t . Krinsas. above, president of the Production Credit Corp.. speak- injf at stockholders meeting of th3 Lns Ci'uces Production Credit Arsociation here Friday, warned f a r m e r s and stockmen to h'-op Ihelr feet on the gro\md d u r i n g this tedloim period and not to ovrr-.strctch. He foie- riiRt t h o Jfl45 '-ot'cm and wool slt'iatlon would be similar to 1944. Home from a six day buying trip to the furniture markets »t Lot Angeles, Same Klein; proprietor j u t the Las Cruces Furniture Co.. Main street, deolared that never I in his years of buying experience i had he encountered such difficulty in securing merchandise. "A large part of the'manufactur- :ng (ilants have been converted to war work," he said : and explained hat those .ftlir running are having difficulty in keeping up sc- .n-liules due to labqr'sliortage. Upholstered filfnftu're is 'pract- i ioally off the market, he said ·hough some still Is available Lamps also arc almost impossible to obtain and dining rets are growing scarcer every day. Despite the shortages, Mr. Klein snid that by trading exclusively ·"ilh old firms with which he had been doing business for many yea he wag able to purchase his quota in a number various types of art 'eie-s." But everything is on an allotment basis," he explained. Japanese Capture Base of Suichwan II) K I I W A H I ) II. HAM. i ..."V.'!^',^"'!,^")^!!"'",, 1 '!.!!,'.'',',",'!!',! I.Ti H c l i i y c d i T h e l l h l l i M i l i i n l i v "'" " : "' '" ""' l l T . l m e r i l " I l l c I H . c I l i l l I h e M n l n e " j . - · · '·-'Warns Merchanls oi Owes £ Wonndcd Enroule, Help on Airfields Sfl. Robt. L. Turney ahnipnel wound enroute i'iiillpplliiui, his w i f e had been advised Saturday; but his period -if hoBpitalizntinn has been completed, the stilehes in the wound have heen removed and he's helping, now, to rebuild the airfields -ind railroads which the Japs destroyed n.i they f l e d Iroin the American r e i n v a i:i(in. MrR. Turney got the word of her Iniulmnd'E wound, along with no- lice t h a t he'd been awarded the p u r p l e heart because of it. Report Prisoners of j Japs Well Cared-ior j ·l-.ONDON, ' Fob. S (/Pi ··- A p - ! proxiinatcly 900 Allied prisoners nf \vni' held liy -liipan in thrco on nips war the port of Hakoclntc. nt tin; nouLluTii point of Htfkkaldo iHlaiid. life being f^ivon aden u a t ( ) S'J,000.000 I'HUU' on the ranges j Hl»;Hcr and medical aid nnd an 1 now." he up!l. "That'H an '?Kce.iH,' nilowtd to vnifc their own meat us shown by the history of stni'k j nni( vt^otabk-a. nn official rcpoil , CHUNGKING, Feb. 3-( ._ [Japanese troops, driving agains air bases east of their China-In I do-China corridor, havk brokei i into Suichwan, half way belweei . 1 Hong Kong and Hangkow, in ; Chinese high command said to 1 night. Suichwan was the first grea got a objective of the Japanese, to the The Chinese acknowledged th r h i i r - r y .iliortn^f'H, the , : i n - - c i » w,]l proiiii'.'f. But h' · f i n e d t l i a t f f i n n o r B (Oiould "keep y o i u f e e t tm t h e jjrwnid d u r i n g : t l i : : - U ' d i i M H pcrind." \l\\ iih of Ovi-r-liivchting "I i h h i k r ' . t r n u r s i;houM In-, rnro- .r iiDl tn ovfr-!nvi'nL," he Hfltd and n JT d c u f f lii n "I i f i l t h i j j on too n . i c h ili'ht, "There will IJP a VP-" . i r i i m : a f t e r llu- wnr." hv declared. '.'JD I.:H- IUIOWH Just w h n t 11 will i i - i i ' i i n t I'i nor how lony U will .1.1 Be n-Rfly "nr I I . " H- lj«i:vf» th:i! Uit cotton and V,-H| Indiitilrli'H w i l l puss through 1! ir p r t ' l t y much lh« .same fis lh- pent year. MnrkfcU, hr lic-licvwn, | w i l l hf Ucpt nt about the same ! l e v e l l v KnvorniiK'nt action. j "Too Many Cattle" ! To Hloi'lum'N he nave Hit: w u r n - ir,R ii"l t o ovor-jitoi-li. "There fire fall of Suichwan by saying tha fighting now is raging south o lhat Kiangsi province city, th site of U. S. 14th air force base destroyed and abandoned on Ja 24. teds Close in on ^sf Oder River Jazi Strongholds (Continued from page 1) end had won a temporary bridge- ead near Kustrin. ·tur.ji Shells into Kustrin Moscow dispatches snid Soviet .·tlllerymen already were pump- ng shells into Kuslrln. 40 mite artheast of Berlin. Kustrin and "rankfurt form the last major jarricrs before Berlin. South of Kustrin other Russian vanguards plunged forward from Captured Drossen, 14 miles north- ·ast of Frankfurt and 51 miles due east of Berlin. The fall of this communications hub represented the greatest sair yesterday for the Russians with n 15-mile plunge straight through the heavily reinforced German Jnos. Whittle East Prussia In the drive on Stettin Sovic forces captured Soldin, 25 mile northeast of Kustrin, placing th, Russians officially w i t h i n 36 mile of the big Baltic port. Berlin sail they were even closer. Meanwhile, in East Prussia th Russians compressed the German held territory to less than 1,00 square miles of the original 14,281: More than 100 localities were cap tured. i The Russians also slashed int the Danzig bay area, captunn German on the Samland peninsula Decorate Springs Boy For Heroism on Sub SAN DIEGO, Calif., Feb. 3-(^i Danna Howard Thomas, 3' year old chief machinists ma and son of Ishacl C. Thomas i Hot Springs, N. M., has bee ,, awarded the Silver Star for con DELAY MANPOWER DECISION; spicuous galantry while serving ''WASHtN'tJfO^' "-lI'ebY". 3-*-^'"-- [ aboard a submarine credited with The seriate military committee to- ! sinking 40,206 tons' of Japancsr day was'reported 16 have d e f e r - i shipping, the navy announced to red decision o n ' a limited national i day. Like designers' models, these color originals 1 Rcvlon simply cannot be malchcti. For sulillely, brilliance and fashion, choose shades like Windsor, Mrs. Miniver Hose, Scarlet Slipper, Cherry lioke nr any of the other '"2\" colors in nail enamel, malclicd lipstick and harmonizing shades In Face Powder. Nail Enamel WK. plus Adliermi 7f«; -"" Lipstick and Face Powder MX and tl.OOcarh ll'lm Frjrnl JOT| ' ' IAS CRUCES DRUG COMPANY 103 SOUTH MAIN PHONE 21 i v i |0 Ihr I - m i ) \ U n - l T II h " ! j - - . l H i , , I i f , in- ., ; .-IM\-:- i'.-.'ini-i ;t ..... itLi.- Snanous Vet Lnecks l l r l r M l | h t t v i l l i . K r 1 ' " ' · '^ I ' - j ' . H c t t e r be a l i t t l e uncler- c k e d Hum hoptlusoly oversliick- reaction ,'ets in." 1 C(l WlK'll til said tnday. Tliere are pilsone.r of war -to tora at each camp, and ronv.' of llic post-war pi-r- i Cross supplies :m- roachinc the lillnl «illi l i n n . M , , | , ] , n l , , ! , · . · : ! · · · , H K i e l , M l i l n l l l i l Veil l i l l l l d x t i ' i t l '· 1«c"! U i w i n i l A n t w t l p .liisl 1C- M l ' - l t j i l , f t ( l \ ' ! , c f ( J I ( . Ch :!nll! ' J ' h j c l I \ :n 111, l l l s l n n r U n l l l r n l !!»· . M x i n c ] J k c l l i c n i ' - l i "! l l t l S . x c l n i , , l , , , , i (|( t \ c i , e l i t e ' 1,.| m u l l ,1IM.-.;,,: 1 ' i i v M : . n : i i : « T -1' ' ;t | v l f c i l Sd I n i | ; i v by Hit' t m i M i r y | d r i - i u l i : , . - l i t ! w i m i n i l n n r r t i a i i l « i m i l | ! i i - n n - i ! , i i ! -u 10 I n - ' M i I tic f i l e r t ) l l h t r \ I 'I' ( . ' K V C i ( I M I I - - I I I I I ' , ' 1 l l j l l l i l l l , ' l l - ' t « 1 I C I I 1 ( T l l l l ' l l " | . i l l i x i d l l v c i l l i c n l r i l n . i l » I ' l l l H.l I · · | l | , : i l , l . .1 V r l r r i l l l h H l l l c l d i " I I I l i n n i tin- I.II-IT el Hit- I - I H iin , l i . ' ' I "u.-i i m l i l 1 1 , i i i - r i i n i l f i w h i c h i» wu» M e i . ' i l . s l l i n , , , , ' , ! ·. i : n : i l " M - nl "W. ,\ l l d . v l " OKI, l , i i l l i i l | i , n "I H i , - r r i - i i i . - n l i.-i j n - i l l i I v p , ·« i i l I t - n l l l l c "Cn|it. H i l l ( · i i l i n i i . i n , l c i l l i v I . I C , i l i - ' n i n l t 'I I I n : 1 1 1 ! I . ' M l M i . n . l.n.-i V. K I I S . .N M C h . ' c l i . . m i - I L I y u W c I" ··Iti-.vnl Three Nazi Prisoners j |;J' ^"j; 1 .. 1 ^,'^"!i"!v.''\va«i.'iiiKr.!!.'. Escape Roswell Camp I » · . » ""· i""*-* Mniti-d stutiw j i n r l c i l l ( , , l : i \ t ! , - n !!"(·'· C c n n i u i i u n y · ( i l l c i l H K i l i i - n r tll-'M' i | i u r - | K i l l |,| M,.I,.|,. . · · , , i , l , - M l » n l i n f i l l t n i l » i l l , - c k a lif ( l l ' l l l M H M 1111(1 1'dllcc j Th, , , . , ! ,, , - , « , ! , i ,1 i).'. M i . i l i n h i K ii»n.v. """I"* iHnnr. lin\- hii, I S n i i c i \ \ n l l , i S,i\\ . · , , - ! ( . H i n t HiK « l''irt.v? rl«-HH( tcli'ldldlK ( I M ' . H A - . ( I.- i II" 1 Nllll-Xi-W". lud. Mr. M u l l c n d o r c w u r n u d in i I'I'H tn K l a i t p l a n n i n g tn l a k e diirc !(.! Uiolr Kliiirii nf hib«r." Don't | Idd ymirxi'lvrK Unit n i i i c h i n c r y will IIP ulilo In d(j il all." he \viirnod. "Tile l a r n i H inuHt iibt-nrb th^lr shine cf Inbiii." Restores Citizenship To Paroled D.A. Man S A N T A |,'E. 1'Yli. :i lil'l A complete plll'iinn re.storlliK i-ltzi-n- Mlilp tii Francisco t'lii'ral, liii.i Itccn Hlfincd liy (l(iv. J n h n J. Pcmpspy. Curnil \va« m'titcncyd In Dona Ana I'lilinty in Octnlior, 1941, tn fu'vcn n i n n t l i H In tli? H t j i t o pcnl- t c n l l n i y on a chart,'!- of asiitilt ! \ v l l l l n ilcinlly weapon, anil wa.l ilisrhaincil .luilc S. 1IH2. a f t e r ,ior- vlng tli« senience. ·uptlvt's, mmit or wlmm are British, cnplnred In Javn and Singai»'ie. There was no indication of the mmiher nr Americans among tlicni. He's Among Prisoners Transferred Jo Japan in H Japanese prison camp since the Mil of Hainan, Cpl. A l t o n B. Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Clark, who reside north nf the city, is In Rood health and K'' lt i»g Hlc'ni! nil r l f i h l , aeeordliiB U a Idler received liy his mother Friday. The letter is tho second received recently by his parents and told of havinp; received a package sent tn him Home months ago. Dalellned Osiikn. 1 Japan, t h e letter had passed the censors -vith- out deletion. These Here's (he gas range you've been w a i t i n g lor .'.". not an ouncu ol uihstitutc uiaicruls or p a r t s . features! (ill 40 Inihn «lil» · II Imli tvtn I* h«U ytn Ui|«it t.oil.r · N«-SttH Hljk litllti lh.1 i.lli Ml ·( Ik* k«l IM« · 1 bl«, unab/o, il.ioji diow.u · Clanl Wimi · 4 SliMir k»nwi · lliih-ln-dMii f lull -U- wall. O A S R A N G E S AVAUAIll rOI Ull WITH A N Y KINS 0» »A» V*J£ VALLEY APPLIANCE CO. ^i/^J^^ "* Sou|h M « ln phon » 69 See The New MYERS EJECTO WATER SYSTEMS For Sliullou \\VII and Dtvp ViVJl Service ;il the VALLEY APPLIANCE CO. 08 SOUTH MAIN PS We Repair All Makes of l'i PHONE 89 VALLEY APPLIANCE COMPANY It's that big added dividend you get when you use Nu-Enamcl Spar Varnish--the same dividend you get from all Nu-Enamcl products. Be proud of your next varnish job! Whether you're doing floors, furniture, woodwork or a special outside job (like a boat or a front door) use the best. Use NU-ENAMEL SPAR VARNISH-., "THERE'S A NU-ENAMEL PRODUCT FOR EVERY USE" (NOTE THESE TYPICAL JOB COSTS WITH NU-ENAMEL MODERN FINISH) Point I Chair Me faliil tk» iurnitvrt of an o»»f. 09* bvrfroom lot 1.7S .'·.'*«

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