# Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 2

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Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Friday, February 16, 1945
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Â· , . . ]'\,-\\-l l ! i | f [ | l ! i i ' h , h i l l f l u - t i l t h t l i m y I H K M , Wt-M l u t t r In h,' t n l l n | i t i - l u - 1 Y ' " ' - l Â« I ' l i a l l l i - ) t s Id ' l o u h t | I i i ' him!*.-!: \\ i l l h, !!i iml In K rt Â» "' CriH-i-h! BAYLUS CADE PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT lAuillli. - Tu\ M i , l h ' l Â» - S.VKli'inn Il20 E. Grlqtja Ph. 284M77-J In Mi.' M i i l l r r ( i f !)!'Â· I,:"-I ' Â·' ! Iry, r l f M M I M ' i l . NOTICK Tn I.. MH K M - t r k v . M ' i r " i I M . ' I I U K . M f . - i . I . \V. M ' - r i p : . ' ' .ml (Â·' . M n i K i i n u n i t f i l l Â· ! : , : :A ; ' ! j:H. i i t ! Â« - in- intcn-Ht iii *Â»Â·Â· ! Â· - : ! ;.i ,.'Â· "t I I , Â· i!"('c.ii'iil ; !.y i Â· Â· ' , ( i " l l l u i t :i1 10 i Â» ' r ! . , ' ' i ' ! i n . n n t l l i ! M ! i H.'ty n f M a f r i i . 1!M', I i h . - I ' n . l . s i l . ( ' o i i r l r n i f i i i I - f . ' i f ' i i i . ' ' v . N'-v, M - : v c . . . 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I I advirtiHf.", i i j i r i ' i n n r y i n tin 1 P.-ifll'If. j | ' f l u - f i r s t Mioiii'lit.s -A'hich I I r a n n ' f l .-if t h i s spwcff -11 prime target for bomlu. Employment of the lotnl Mlicd a i r .'.trcngth against Nippon ;nay Â£j\jt' us a better tesl than \vi; yet hnvt 1 hiul of how close air oowcr .:nn romc to w i n n i n g a war o n jts invn. SulisiiJlary Io tin- H H S d i l l t on Japan (hero i.s another ,'Htnck on the Jiip:!nt'.s(!-ln,'ld island of Iwo Jinia in the Vdlrar.n group, some 700 miles .south of Ti-kyn. Our warships and uirptuiu'.s tvon- bombarding I h i s a n d ' n e i g h b o r i n g islands, a.H well ILS the Japnnc.su bases Ji dK f u r t h e r north. S t r a t e g i c l i t t l e Two J l m n lins "en iiiiiicr A m e r i c a n atli'.ck ,"ur RA1 !)!*(; V.I/VK.S CATCH SCORES 01'' JAP Pl.AiM^S ON THE GROUND 1 i ICnntlmiec! 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' !i,c. l ' i ii r i t i - , 1 in t l h uliov.' I ' l i n r l , i n , ! I l i i t I on l''ri.lay. I hi- :*:;rit d:iy ol N M i . ' h UM.V 11! t e n , Y I i v U -\ Â· M , ;i! t h e I ' O I M t l i o i i s c i n Liis I ' f i i . Â· Â· Â· Â· ' , X.".'. M.\\u-o, M I ( I J . . . n i t w i l l h. :i- . . t i f c i h . t i . s i l n - i i ' i . i :uid f o i l . ..I : l l n - s- M U - n i r i ! | t l i c i v - H :ird . M i l !i.-.u :ci.l d . t i - i i n f i l l - t i n - V i r Io - . a i , l ilr,,,!.-!!!. t h r - m n . ' j - Thc u t l nlÂ»lh!ll,in -k mi .Iu|,iini;iic K riii s m i l l K r i i i n u l i ' i l plni a i i f l i i i V . i m p i i n y i i i K a ' - r i n l - - ( m i h a t i ' f Â» n l ! ! i i i c ( l fur nt li-a.st six lunirs, M . M D i n - n i i l 1 1 wins nn n i l - i n n J ' - I I ' l l t r . H i ' r o i l l l l l C J l t l ' i l H n i d k c nu;i' i l t ' t i M - l v nlon^ "1'lak n i l i ^ y " Hi - - ; t n p f r o m Ti'Uyo I n lii'y'on,! Y n U d l i i i i r i i i C a r v i n a n d -iis t h e m into tho air at Dozens of fields amnnil the Nipponese capi- titl. judging by thv radio eonvur- (Continued from page li can armada. BroadcasLs acknowledged "enemy surface movements have been observed during the past few days." "Largest Fleet In History" Vern Haugland, Associated Press correspondent who saw the giant Licet assemble for the Tokyo mission, 'described It as "the 'largest' war flc-^t .'n history." It includes the largest and new- cat aircraft carriers, battleships, light carriers, escort carriers, cruisers and destroyers. It packs a wallop with "considerably more than 1,200 planes," Haugland discolsed. Hundreds of warships and re- fuelling units are participating. The warships have literally thousands of anti-aircraft guns to protect them. Maintain U. S. Superiority High naval air officers pointed out that in carrier sweeps of Jan| uary along the China and French iinclo-ChiRa coast American afir superiority was 20 to 1. While Japan obviously has its greatest air strength in the homeland, these officers are confident American air superiority can he maintained, even if in smaller ratio. Possibly the largest formation of Superfortresses ever to bomb Japan supplied a fiery foretaste of events to come by plastering the Mitsubishi aircraft plant at Nagoya yesterday. They struck the same type of blow which gutted 755,900 square feet of the Naka- j jima aircraft plant near Tokyo Â· recently. . Tokyo said -the B-29s also hit Yokohama, Tokyo's port. Like--Shout Over Whisper Today's massed raid on Tokyo was like a shout and a whisper when contrasted with the April 18, 1942, strike of Mitchell bom- . hers led by Lt. Col. (now Lt. Gen.) j Jimmy Doolittle from the since sunk aircraft carrier Hornet. It packed power. More important, it is a mighty 1 thing which can be repeated again and again. DooJittle's fliers winged on to China, to Russia--or to internment and death at the hands of the Japanese. Mltscher's planes I are loading up, blasting with 2,000| pou 11 bombs, spraying Tokyo's ] areas with heavy multiple machine- guns-- then returning to reload with more of the same. The attacks, on a scale capable of disrupting the war effort in a city three times as densely settled as Berlin, served warning on Japan that the final step of tlie navy's sea-air blockade has begun. Complete List of Organizations Represented in Teen-age Canteen Revealed by Executive Committee V:* The executive committee of the Bulldog Inn, composed of Clyde Baker, chairman; C. S, Conlee, treasurer; Mrs. J. M. H.ightower, secretary; Rev. Frank Jones, A. M. Lukens, Mrs. M. A. Thomas and Jose .Viramontes, today .announced a complete list of the organizations officially represented in the enterpries. Mr. Conlee reported that a grat- : Tying number of donations have been received from the organizations sponsoring the Ijin. Coach Aulton Durham of Las Cruces Union high school, who Has been employed as manager of the Inn, ivill be present at all times when the teen-age group meets. A meeting of the general committee will be held at the Chamber of Commerce Wednesday Feb. 21, at 7:30. The following is a list of the members of the committee and the organizations they represent: Kiwanis, J. V. Boyd; Lions. L. C. Dallon; Rotary, D. B. Jett; Chamber of Commerce, Hugh M. Gardner; American Legion Jack Smallwood; Boy Scouts, Clyde Baker; Altrusa, Mrs; E. L. Heath; BPW, Miss Clytice Rosa; WIA, Mrs. Florence Heizer. z Progress, Mrs. G. N. Stroman; Â·Rainbow Girls. Mrs. E. J. .Stern; Eastern Star, Mrs. Ira Pe^tegrew; Chi Omega Alumnae, Mrs. Knox Mayfield; Zeta Tau Alpha, ( Miss Margaret Mobley; - Methodist church, Rev. C. A. Ridge; Presbyterian 'church. Rav, Frank Jones; Catholic church', TV. Lawrence Gaynor. , Â»Â· - ' ' School system, C. S. Conlee; High school, J. L. Gill; Junior- high E. S. Clegg; Masons, Edwin Holt. Methodist church circles: No. 1, Mrs. T. J. Graham; Volunteer, Mrs. A. C. Keathley; Viola Broaddus. Mrs. R. F. Hare; Marguerite Walker, Mrs. C. S. Conlee; Mary Martha, Mrs. B. F. Turbeville; Wesleyan Guild, Mrs. C. A. Miller; College-Park, Mrs. Stovall. Presbyterian church circles: No. 1, Mrs. Evan Cahoon; No. 2, Mrs. E. T. Johns; College, Mrs. W. B. Walker. Episcopal Guild, Mrs. Carter Womack; Knights of Columbus, Wm. Duane; Cathcfite Women's club, Mrs. David Bronson; Catholic Dauehfrrs, Miss Grace .Baeza. 1 van Virginia Gildersleeve l a t j u v o ) of Barnard College is the only woman among eight members of the U. S. delegation in tlie United Nations oonference i i t San ITrancisco opening April X*. (AP Wtrcphoto) Our Second Front Smnplc.s Mutinied: ^*t. Marion Harvoy, with tho "Kid| No. 5 Thi'rr's GO plant's ' Ili; ""iiie communications branch, 'ii it K t v r ' f i n l u i M . " J 1 " 1 " bct?n promoted in rank to the Field No. 85 Thi'reVi 50 alnfil^ " T;;dt - 1 of s t a f f S'-igpanl, his par- is. Mr. nrnl Mrs. William Har- Irarnt'il tml:iy. Suinewhi-re in K m i i u tn Toltyu radio for tlrel e v k l ' i (U*r way. iilart H c r n i m i n g : then a Japanese nl.imioit.-i p u i i i i i l l i i n " "I' Ihr iniiKUn^' broadens! abruptly ciiKi'd at about 7:23 n. in. Tin-it' ivpoit l i t l r . l m whal r a d i o Tin- niimnnu-i'r returned Io tin- i s t i ' i i i - r w l u ' i r h a i l i H - n r i i . | l t ir momentarily for a few (|tiu'k Thr K i - n u i u i i ' i l .liipjuu-fi- M t n u i ' i i \ words nmv and llipn. Continuous v.-n- Miirpri.srii aji'l Ui.'ir planes ' btornk'UHthi^ wiw not rtsiimfd un- Red Cross Supplies Head for Jap Camps I . U N I X IN, MISS NU-ENAMEL IS HERE! Today and Tomorrow linn;. 1 , in y n u i p a i n t i n g 1 ' i n l i l i ' M i s ' ( I d e x p e r t a i l v i c e t i n t i i l n r s l y l u i ; ! a n d l l l ' i ' l i l ' . ' l t l l l : 1 . Â· MISS NU-IMAMU lit O I V I 10 I V M Y CUSIO.MH ' 32 PAGE Booklet M C K I O W i f M .i/IAS ON COIOP MAO """- ' HI I PI Ul f A I N l I N Q MINI", VAllEY APPLIANCE CO. 108 SOUTH MAIN PHONE (9 Tli,. .l;i,,-, m -si. shi|i w i l l .,t l l , , n i ; Rung, S:ni;,,n. Sim;;ipirr. S,.tinil,;iy;i. Ba!;ivKi, a n i l M n n l u k , "II Suin:ilr;i. sill. I , . \ , ' , ' l i l n \ \ V 1 T N K S S my l i . i i u l u n i l I I I , - s,. n l ,,! .-,:il,l . . . l l l ' l , ul I.uÂ» Ciih',.s. N M , I l l i * Sill (lily ,,1 l.','lini : irv. A. !' Relief At Last For Your Cough I Brownies Reveal I HandcrafIs at a Tea for Mothers % North Alam |la Brownies climaxed their work on handcrafts with a mothers tea at the school Wednesday afternoon. The girls showed their ingenuity in the cleverly made table decora- lions. The attractive centerpiece on the lace laid tea table consisted of a large red Valentine outlined with candles. The Brownies had collected short ends of candles, melted them, and re-molded the wax into new candles for the occasion. PoinSettias and tall tapers completed the seasonal decorations. Favors presented to the mothers were made by the girls from cold cream jars, painted and .^tuff^d w i t h cotton covered over with cloth. Third grade girls were responsible for the table, fourth grade made the punch and first and second grade furnished the cookies. In addition to the 15 mothers honored, Mrs. Rose H u n t , regional Girl Scout advisor, was a special guest. Â· Mrs. M. N. Lai-sen, leader of the troop, told how much the Brownies enjoyed the visit to the Bin- menschein art exhibit at their last meeting. Seven More from N.M. Are Killed in Action County Sergeant OnWayHome from Nazi Prison Camp !::;' Ercr^ir-'hlFfs In. a l t r m l e i l NVw .Mcxiio A * M t h i i Pacifii: si net- Jan. 2, l l i i r v c y has boon in the service *or :t year, rnllstinfi in the mirinr.s n n i n c d ntcly after graduating f r m n Las Crucus Union Ji.gu Mgt. Beverly Burke, who has l u i ' i i in n hospital In New Guim.'a :Â»f thii past two months, is com- iii:; Imme. In a letter to his part i :its. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. 13u,rke, I;. 1 asked them mil ii write any ;nn!-o, for he miff hi In- home very M Â« , Â» n . A f t e r throi- years in tho .Â·Â·.nutInvest Pacific area with -'in i i ' ! i - a i r c n i f t u n i t (if the v-nast 'ir- . i l n - p y , Sgt. Uiirltf, following sev- , r.'l a t t a c k s of m a l a r i a -ind -thi-r (ii.seaiivs, f i n a l l y .smvumb- WASHINGTON, Feb. Seven more soldier dead from New Mexco were listed by the war department today in making public names of 1835 soldiers who have been killed in European action. The dead from New Mexico: Pfc. Joseph W. Britain, Jr., Albuquerque; Pvt. Evaristo Gurule, Pcna Blanca; T/4 Wesley W. i Hamm, Espanola; Pfc. .Eusebio Z. j Lovato, Belen; Pfc. Theodore | Madrid, Aztec; Pvt. Jim Puga, Carlsbad, (no address); First Lt. hi. (.;. White, White City. ( C o n t l i i u e t l from pnp- 1 ) Â·stoi,' usi or s .SK'. Wells lot;, h; i rport;;. n . n l Vnjvcr.slty of Now M.'^ Mi' rt'i'i-ivi'il i;in,il t r i ' i i t n i i ' i i t 1 1 J Tr . wiuio .n Hi,, uoriiian p.iaon , amp. ] AlamoÂ§or(lo Veieran slii' .SIIVH. ari'oi'iliiii; to li'lters luit Â· T/.ii 1 . ihr sp.V,a! n p . n . t u . n w.il 1, n.v.- ! Killed 1 t h e 1^ inu Tuthcr S. S Â«nt. ALAMOGORDO, 1'Vh, Hi--W--- 'U-ard Ormiwoinl, recently tlis- Kirjied j t f t c r IS months in the my oversells, WH.S UiiltHl by nn II1.H f n t h r r is a mmlm-lor - t n tiir Santa I-Y n t i l w i t y ami Iht- t i m u l y \ r ( | to ]nst mirth. o| l.n.s I'm^t's ' i l l y a l t e r I r v m I ' l i t i ' i o d ser- \vlÂ»Â» is' L'I. \\ as a j Kl'TC./'^^;; 'I'r^nSr'lm'd ' ' X!I Â° S10n W h i l 1 ' w o r k ( "K l l t Â«"" (lil Hn'M- tn nil!!' u'dl at Seininola, Tex. Tin 1 Uxiy was broiifilu here to- i.i* fur b u r i a l . A native ul' Alninotjori.li), CJrcon- . , . , , , , , , Â·Â«Â·Â«' weeks Jitfo. .Surviving an? v u , u . t h !;,.s Nat..m i ,!.,, I l ! ,rd .nut i | l l s w j d o w myl ^^ v ^, w lli'.l I'rtiHs \ivf\i* Cuiitnt-t i S r t t o i i ami his m n l h r r , M r s H a t - Tlh- l a i n l l y h i - t r has b^-n k,-pt : t . , . ciiet'liwood, all nf Alamoiior- nv^ ul ^u^l'^Mnr'"";Build Hospital Unit HI: ptui.s,.s or i:s ^ciiiu-.):*-' For Beaumont Wacs ,ii-imi-in - Â· COMING EVENTS Viola Broaddus circle of St. Paul's Methodist churcli will meet with Miss Lottie Sweet at 3:30 Monday afternoon. TrLAUOSAN DIES SUDDENLY ALAMOGORDO. Feb. 16 i/Pl --Mrs. T. M. Bookout, long-time ves- idvnt of Ttilarosa, died .suddenly ypsterdny. She was stricken while working at her Tularsoa home. Cruces Shrine Club To Hold Dance at Country Club Feb. 22 The Las Crucos Shrine club will hold its dance jit-the country club Thursday night Feb. 22, dancing beginning at D o'clock. A special feature of the floor show will be the hula-hula dance by the famous Hawaiian team of Jones, Seale, Newberry and Williams. C. E. Dean; chairman of the entertainment committee has announced. Tickets for the event may be secured at Las Cruces Drug stort. tlie Cactus Package store or from Ross Williams. Miss Nu-Eimniel Is here. Vulley Appliance Co. * PARTY LINE . George Curry, Tormer-territorial governor, was hi*re from his home in Hot Springs on a brief visit today. Ally. E. C. Wade, former Las Cruces resident who now is practicing in El Paso, was here today on a brief business trip. Former Resident Of Peru to Talk At Language Meet Mrs. Edith Brock, a resident of Peru for many years, will be chief sneaker at the regular meeting of the Modern Language Majors club at Rhodes hall on the New Mexico AM campus Monday afternoon. Mrs. Brock will have on exhibit at tlie meeting a number of-interesting objects from her collections including- antiques as well as modern rugs and silver. She plans to join her husband in Peru next month, where he Is a mining engineer. A few special guests have been invited to attend the meeting, besides all second year students of South American languages, according to Anna Perez, president of the club. Following the meeting Mrs. Brock will be honor guest at a small dinner party given by Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Tyre. El Paspan Speaks at L.C. Kiwanis Luncheon Wr. R. Blairs of E] Paso, past district governor of Kiwanis, spoke on the organization's educational program at the regular Kiwanis luncheon meeting here yesterday- Other guests from El Paso were Jack Dunn, district secretary; Jack Stuart and Fred White. New members added to the local Kiwanis club at the meeting are J. T. Lyles, Homer Gruver and Baylus Cade. ICHT COUGHS TfVA due to colds ... feased VVA without "dosing". Rub1 Â»HÂ«H!M1II1.-KÂ» Valley Loan and Finance Company Complete Financial Service LOANS Automobile--"Personal Furniture DISCOUNTS We buy all types of contracts. Established in 1936 129% S. Main St. Ph. 445 Wood AND Coal Rio Grande Lumber and FUEL COMPANY 1 1 1 South Church Phone 3 It rmitalnx no iinrcotlrs. No inhltAr how mnny nu-dlcluM you hnvv trtftl. tell yÂ»Â»ur I|IUHÂ«I,SI (o sell you it tat (Ir nf ('YroiutiMmi with tho undfrtntulttiv' you tnu.*t Hkt- Uif wnv It quickly nUnv* the roiifth, \tcr~ mlllinjt rpxi nnd Mtvn, or you ftiti to IIAVQ your money Uclc. (Aclv. l.AH VFMAÂ«. VYl Vl'S liy n juvnn'MiWr joint li 1 - vc f o i u i n i t t u o in il.s luvos- HI of tho Nrw Mt'Ma* Stiitf Nu-Knaiiit'l h he PC. ValU\v I A||))innco (V. Abotil SÂ»,000.(KX) iwimds of trad nrtifiirttf nro iwi-J n n n u n l l y to pro- tvct ftppl^ HBainal coiUiiig moth. Bronchial COUGHS (Resulting From Colds) BucklÂ« y 'i Fameut "CANADIOL" Mlmtute Act* Llttt * FUUl H|n inl M fi'W r.-niB lOilÂ«V lit iiiiy ilniK iÂ»ti'Â«' for a bo(ll. *f Mil. Ml.-y Â» I ' A N A I U O L M i x t u r e ( I v H i l i - n t ' l l i i s i . Tiiko u, couple of rttj-^ A l ln-.it lino IVi-l Its I n n t u n t ptiwtM t u t Â«'(TÂ«Ktlvn Hi-llun yprcMl Ihrii t h i o n i . In- ml 1111,1 lironi-hlnl tulx-H. u m / \ r i M tit mi'-n tu lnoscn ti|i tliii-k. i iuikloii ri|iK'K)n, ri*w inoitilinincpt Â«nd make , ke brÂ«fttlt-. iT'-f rÂ» from Ihonn pcriUlfnt. I r r l t i i t l t i K nninhli or t.ronrhlnl to roM* flnJ Hiirk- s* r-- n CÂ»n- iU}-. YOU 0t r*liÂ«r lnntÂ»ntt)r. Utvker Drug Store How Would You Like to Have a REGISTERED KOLSTEIN HEIFER from MCCARTY DAIRY HERD? See any member of ihe HIGH SCHOOL BAND for particulars as Io how you can get this fine heifer calf. The heifer will be delivered to you on or about February 27th.

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