PAGE TWO.' Â· LAB CRUCCS (If. M.) SUM-NEWS .; -Sunday Morning/ July 1;;ItSlv. Baffling .Mystery Of South-west's Great Migtatiq'n Is Again Studied RECOVERS FROM 15-STORY FALL TUSCON -- O n e ' o f the 'most .baffling mytilerles of the southwest is under thy scrutiny of scientific Hlcuths again. Dr. Emil Haury, htyid of the l.Vpaitmcni of Anlhropfilogy and director of the Arizona State. MÂ»- M'um, hrui opened; )|j|-f^J^./ffuhod at Point-of-Plna* In the White M oun la ins. _.' v ,' -.-'*Â· ,,-^fr Ilainy. I-:. E. Styles, curator, of the museum, amlJjg'J HtudentK'Trom universities acrortmlht nation; are the detectives. Ttji-y will dig into the Â» round seeking f:hieii JIH In why thousands nl people grubbed a lew of their belongings and fled hundreds of yearn! afro. Tlie.y ;ip- pdrcntly disappeared. ,froni ( l the face of DIP earth. ' v ' '* '"' ' ' Why did they run? Where did they go? Xo onij kno\yKv : .-. ' "We are nn nearer a solution than, when we .started work six yran; ago." Dr.-HtAn^"3ilys. "Per- h;ipj we will never know the an- I-WVIK. W- still h t f p e l o f m d chii-H Hi a I will help LIH. but you can never tell." Von have tti K'i bach lu the Llinu of r i t i i h i ID understand tins mys-: li-iy. The nilHHinR'clVHluillnn hi--! u-est. CYnliiry by t-cntury is pro- At fii.st these oaily. .Aini'ileann lived In pit houuca ' Thiin they built piieblu-Myli! biiildingÂ« nliovi; I In- e a i t h . Wholfif yitleji RIPW. Tin- lost city tn the White people. The re.-ddeiitK were .xnifii I. By i n t e l l i g e n t ux^pr wutÂ£|-;ihev ; , had rleh f a n n h RfP^liuul thili'-'fhV' while man eonde^^d n^ virtually They lived in an appaicnt. pht'n- i\it-.v. The eounliy^'aH rilled .with had plumy of W(jdif4ii!d ion which to build Uiclr homes. Thin ancient civilization had an i apartment house containing up- Fwunl.s of 800 roouiK on Die ground I floor. I t s .storage binn contained eorn long before the white world knew Mich a ^riiiii exihted. Then, sine lime In the 1400's, every man, woman and child tlls- : "They Iff I in ha.sie," Dr. Haury Â· explain" "The late ruln.s that .we have uncovered arc filled with material." Kuppo.se you had to leave your city on foot by the end of next week. Ymi would probably ncleet .the .smalle.it and most- eheriohed item.'i Dial you could carry and leave everything else behind. Thill's what DICBC early Ai-ixon- iaiis did. The excavated I-OOIIIH conlain 'Jewelry, .stone :IXCH. jn-eciouH ur- rowheads and ehildren'H toys. The ! i'eiiidtnt.s left in a rush, and never 'rolurnuil. "We ha vn not uncovered the .sli^hle.sl HigriH of viulenee, .such ar, you would expect lo find if they hud been attacked," Dr. Â· H a u r y nays. ! If they had been the vlcUmtt of .a plague, bodic.i won hi be found. Only Uiu normal n u m b e r of bur- J n l H have been uncovered. | 1 Vrhap.H there was internal ' J n m h l e . l'o.snibly they were a f r a i d of .something. \\ hat ever It waa, they ran. The Ari/.ona experla certainly won't L'omplele the excavation of the city UiiÂ« Hummer. It may 1,'iUo ' u n u t h e r down years." We Hlill ' liav'i; ;i In[ tu learn," Dr. Jlmiry .sny.s. "We are malting pru^i'CHH, but. '' It lliltcs :i hei:l( of a lot nf digging, 1 1 -One theory about where the people went when I hey l e f t the I'oinl-oI-I'lnen ami IH t h a t Ihey /fiUl. up m:w com m u n i li en In the RECOVERING FROM A FALL of 1.1 stories In New York May 1, Tommy Paiva, 2\' Sl takes fiisl hlups in Bcllcvue hospital corridor lowani arms of his Hislcr Jean Marie, G. His father Thomas and mother Marie watch rejoicingly. In the fall. Tommy amazingly escaped with only a leg fracture. Now lie goes home. (International ISoitntijihotoJ VALLEY LOAN FINANCE COMPANY 122 West GrifiKs Avc. -- Lhs Cruces, N. M. -- Phone 018 LOANS;- DISCOUNTS - KEFINANCING AUTOMOBIUES -'RI3AU ESTATE - COLLATERAL We!Buy All Types of Contracts "H'a Easy To Pay'Qur Finance Way" ;'nni country. That is on the Arizona -XuwMexico border. If t h a t is the case Haury nu^gesls it in poH.sible t h a t they occupied the famed ".Seven CiticK of Cibola" long Miughl by the Hiianiards. Those cilie.f \vere .suppOHud to be rich in gold. Hut Haury say.s Die l'oint.-of-1'ines people had nn gold. In any case the reportj iccelvcd by Pnincifico V:ia;pn.'/. de Curonaflu :uid other Spanianl.s neeiii to li;ive Imen exa(;gerat"d. The fabled HI-VOII cities probably j were ordinary Indian villages - - ! if they exited at nil. Uul the time elements chee.lt and Die Point-nf- IMneH |icople_niigiil have h i i i l l Di" coniniiinltie:! which were report ml aw Die "Jieven ClLlcji of Cihola." Iiulla'H great Bengal f a m i n e of lll-IH canned ,'l.OUO.OOO to Â·1.000.0(0 d c u l h M , diredly by malnutrition i and indirectly by disease. IN THE SERVICE Cruces Blue Sox Primed To Meet El Paso Today Sparked by an 3 to 5 win over Alamogordo'K* Catholic Youth or Rfinizntion, Las CIUCCH Blue Sox will Inngle with the Tigua Cubs of El Paso here today. Game time is 2:110 today at Lions Park. Admission will be ?. .50 for adulls, $ .25 for children. The Sox, perked up by a well- earned win over Alamogodo last Sunday, arc geared to shove their five won, four lost record a little deeper Into the black side of the ledger. The Tigua Cubs have never appeared in Las Cruces. In the current season the Blue Sox have had winning ways over El Paso teams encountered here. Some Sox voice confidence today's game will finish their priming for a game scheduled with the now-haughty La Mesa Blue Jays, who earlier this season romped over the Sox 23-1 in a game at La Mesa. The Lower Valley team comes to Cruces July 4 for a holiday game, nlso set for 2:30 at I.ions park. KOREA, ONE YEAR LATER Escaped Murderer r Kev. Juan .Barrios, Onee Local Priest, LAC!/LAND A I R F O R C E BASE, Texas (Special) -- Pvt. UlCS J I I VA I a.?0 Donald C. Johnson. 17, son of EL f^ASO, Tex., June .'!0 (/Pt -Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Johnson, -106 W. has Cnice.s ave., has completed bin A F basic airmen indoctrinn- tion course-itI Lacltland Air Vorvc Haac, the "Gateway to the- Air Kurcc." LÂ»'icklaiid, liituatcd near San Antonio, is the world's lurgcut air force base, center of Air Force basic training, for airmen and women, indoctrination station lor prior service reenli.stee.s, and home of AF's Officer Candidate school. The word "ptomaine" was invented by an I t a l i a n ' chemist named Seimi for the basic sub- aj'2-l to ID'Ji he had served in .stances produced in putrefaction, i.Tmrez dioccsa. Later, he wns and i.s now used tn indicate a cer- cimphun of the Good Shepherd lain clim of food-poisoning. jhome in Meslllu and pastor of Mio f Solemn high requiem mass was held for Rev. Juan 11. Jiarrios at 8:45 a. m. Saturday in St. Patrick's Cathedral. The Very Rev. Hugh G. Quinn, chancellor ot the diocese of HI Paso .officiated. Father Barrios was 75. Ho died Thursday. For the /nsj. three yiars he had been living in retirement at St. Joseph's Sa'iilarium. He had se T- etl i n ' t h e ISI Paso Diocese si.v:e Dec. 1.1. 3926. Born in Oualemala. Mex., F;r;h- cr Barrios was ordained there. He was Professor of H u m a n t t i e . i ;:t the seminary in Guatemala. Fr. m Â·A TWO-TIME escapee from . Pennsylvania prisons. Frederick (The Angel) Tenuto, 36, boasts he will not be taken alive. He was convicted of killing a man In a family feud in Philadelphia. In placing his name on its "Ten Most Wanted" list, the FBI dcacrlbcf; Tenuto as "an example of tlie neighborhood gang hoodlum who graduates from petty thievery'UÂ» murder, from incorrigible juvenile to vicious adult." Tenuto was ?. prison pal and partner in escape of Willie (The Actor) Button. Tenuto is B-fcct-5, weighs 143, is .'.:! amateur boxer. (inlcrnatlonnlj The first railroad fatality oc- cured in England in 1830 at the opening of the Liverpool lo Manchester line. The victim was run over by the locomotive. A witness complained it was a "deal- price to pay for tlie folly of seven hundred people going fifteen miles per hour. L-iii I.ady ft'. Runncalion miss'nn near Las Circes. Burial will be in Concordia cem- eu-ry under direction of Martin ncrtuary. Western Gracluales First Air Trainees SILVER CITY, June 30 i/I 1 ) -The first contingent of Air Force trainees at New Mexico Western college graduated from a 12-week clerk - typist training program Thursday. Pfc. .Norman Klotchcr, a World War II veteran from Nutehitoches, La., was honor student in the -18- man class. He had a 4.94 average out of a possible 5.0. The individual barber shop shav- ig mug began to disappear during World War I when many sol- 1 -s learned to shave themselves. The great, white, man-eating hirk is known to reach a length of 40 feet. 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