Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on February 25, 1945 · Page 4
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.,;PAGL FOUR Las Cru(*r Sun-News Sunday M9?nipg,F«btu»ry 25. 1945 Las 'News fli!li.h.i] d.ilj, except SlimU-«rkilii . lij Ihc IM Crotci Sun f u M i t h m t IV. «i i ' Kulercu it I.a* Crurei IxmufHf; m xconij WALLACE PERKY : ».' IJ BOVI.F. rtiii.il- , X. M. A RAY OF LIGHT ON PHILIPPINE DARK AGES M l ' . M H K R OJ' T H i : A S S o i i A j i ; i ' l ' K i : s S , (1.95 t l u r r » r i , r . H 7 5 H I re*r. Mi.it ^Greatest Siege of All Time Is in Prospect . . - Barring cull apse of G e r m a n n m r a l e w h i c h w o u l d end t h e ! . HiUcrian c o n f l i c t , we .shortly .shall see the greatest d r a m a o f j -. its kind recorded since t i m e bc^an I h e xie^e of B e r l i n --pre 1 -i diets D e W i t l MwKi»n/ii*. Associated Press war a n a l y s t , I · History is f i l l e r ! w i t h famous sir^es. he adds, hut never be- · f ore has a nly of such m a g n i t u d e been beleaguered. The G o r m a n c a p i t a l j; the f o u r t h l:n^c;;1 metropolis in liie w o r l d - - r a n k i n g next to London. New Yoi It and T o k y o - a n d its n o r m a l p r e - w a r p o p u l a t i o n of some ·i.XVl.OOl) has now been swollen w i t h refugees and troops lo an c x t i n i a l e d f,500,000. Jerje (iranhcT^. Swedish n e w s p a p e r m a n jusl. out "I f i c r l m , says ^n n copyrighted d i s p a t c h lor !l,c Associated Prrss l l i a t "Berlin" .simjjly c a n ' t be c v a r u a t ' - d b r - r a u s c OMMX' is no place to go and Jin means lo H a v e l . " Th«' puN'MilllltM'* for l,|nn(| :uti" Two Negroes Killed In Army Racket Raid (t-rrrir nr« iri'iniMloin nnri ·!,.. I r i i l f ricadcd, hrwIliliTi-il duil.-.l i n l i i i M l n n t . s , " .·!,.!· . ,1 .-!.. lllHnlrl lHlllllil'1.1 .l'-'ll.'"l I f . !. !" l,y vlulc-n,-... ln.i|;.-|- . lew IIHIvi (HP Hun Mirr-M'liT-: ' Well, liniin lin.i It (-c.iniiii; If 1 lirr. lui' IIM- liiimlH nrc ir.l ··v;ll ' 111.- MlMicI "I I.MHIlL'ni'l. Sl.llll * \\ r »nt*W- -find i n n n y nl.lp.ts. M. A. Thomti.s' ST. .IA.MF.S' El'SHIOPAL Mi'slllu Park Sunilnv Feb. 25 H.-arty U'elcnme to all! 1. Marly Kervice--8 a. ill. LV f'hiirch .Schnol ·- -10 a. m. :! .Morning- Pi'ayer Sermon -- 11 Si;hj(s-l of ' Kermon "Dr. Mac\ i l l n n ' nn.Ttory aoln by Miss Jacquelin · h i l l . THE QUEEN OF THE CAMPUS Is Always Well Groomed Il's nol enough to buy good clothes . . . «i · you're got to take care of them to have them look right. Frequent dry cleaning enables precious woolens lo keep their TM.,^'9hl colors and trim fit. Dato dresses, ···' loo, last longer and look hotter when cleaned often. Sororities rush the girl who always presents a neat, clean appearance ... and fraternities follow in lino! Our ox. £ p«rl cleaning process is first aid to girls ** *. wiih a small allowance. -QUICK SERVICE CLEANERS 131 North Water Street Phone 402 I IliST I ' l l K S H V I K I I I A N A' F i a n J . I ' , ,l,,ii,.-.. M i n i s t e (·(.|lr|!v I I H I I I I Sunilnv I'Vrnllli! Ill «,'\.-II (··!.,. U A l u m l.t \\','SI|,i(.,,lt IK in . luii^i- ,.| t h e jirojjlnni ' Til,' Ill,: 1 ,, Hrhiml Si., u t \ (,f r h i m t l M n Kluiciu.,) u t l l i n) .,.t In Hie J I M I I . . I i,..mi ,,i it,,. ,, m ,, A ,,| 'il!i Ill' l i l t I .(I ' [ » I,ill..IIS .Mlllt.'l! \- pulic.- iurl'll l.ll . · V i i | i r . i i i | i ' l mill, in.,i,- I l INMIIJII.., n| mull an,l ni snvn o'clnck is sponsor. of Sumltiy School of- I'icer.s arid tearhiyrs Monday, c-ven- fit Hcvch-lhli'ly at tho home of Mr. iind Mrs. Roy H. France. Choir rehcursal. Thursday* evening at 7 o'clock. Of t l l f l l H U l l i l - l l I l l i U be V i H l l i - i i n i l I I I " N : i / l ' ; i p l ' ; i : Tin; l l i l l c n l i - iin-i;.- ..| l . i - i - . i i WHS H | - | - ( l l ! ' . ) - ! l t r : l l ' . - ! ill I t s , - I : J|ll« H'lUl t i l l ' l n K K ' - s t l i l y i - v i SAIN'T PAUL'S METHODIST | Negro Slayer Held i Without Rail Permit C. A. Midge, Mr. HudHon Murrt'll, Director of Mrs. Hud-son MuiTt'll, l i k e - 17 i n i . n a n l n - i - f ; l . r l t i \ i , - i lllil.l; I III- C,,'l],lllll l HlX III uf I n - l l r a n I., 1 " i - f i ' i i H u l l l , r i , Hi' M i l l l i u s n i l i . l i n an "npi'ii city " n Pn-luile "Honnmce", Apostle's Crei'd" Prayer Clioir A n l h f i n "St-ck Yc Tho Lord". Lcosun stMiHr" Hrnuori "1'erminsicni uii(] M". I n v i t a l i u n to nu'nilerslii l l i l l r r H a s - , i i ; l , : , ] , , ! In di'fl-11,1 I I I . , . - i l p l l i l l I mid n |i|,,i,,l n i ST. ,\\IIIII'"\VS' El'ISCOI'AL . \Viind, M - d l l f i i l l . lldly ID nit :i in rinn-.- 11 :Mt ii .m M i . r m n n j.niyci-. i M I I l l l . l l l l l r S j l .11 Ul l " 20-year Resident Is Death Victim Lydia A. Finch. 83, died Saturday morning- at the home of her daughter, Mrs, A. D. Saunders. She had been a resident of Las Cruc-es for the past 20 years. Funeral rites will be held in the Graham chapel this afternoon at 3 o'clock, with Mr. H. H. Hendricks reading the service. The following will serve as pallbearers : Venson Glenn, Homer Chapman, L. A; Card-well, Joe Roberta, J. E, Nelcigh and Robert Hill. Burial will be in Masonic cemetery: Former Park Sergeant Freed in Philippines Tech. Sgt. Thomas M. Palmer, a former Mesllla Park youth, is among American prisoners recently freed in the Philippines, friends here learned Saturday. Notice of his release WRS received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Palmer, now residents of Albuquerque. pffice, is that of C. P. · Wilson, former extension - service em- ploye, who died recently. It is no more. 1 tiian 50 words long and leaves fill pf the deceased'^ property; tp""hj3/viG3f'^trs. Grace A. Wllsbh? wlA*l4 to teve us ad- ministratrix V.'il, Brief estL.C.Wm \ Is 50 Words Long j The briefest will ever filed in · tJona Ana county, according t o ' Manuel Chavez, former county i clerk who now is a deputy in the i Friday. 5. Service at Hill--3 p. m. Hunter Lewis Missionary CHRISTIAN SCIENCE j "Mind" is the subject of the j Lesson-Sermon which will be read i in all Churches of Christ, Scientist. ; on Sunday, Feb. 25. j The Golden Text is: "There is a ! spirit in man: and the inspiration of the A l m i g h t y giveth them u n - ; derstanding." (Job 32:8) i CHURCH OF THE N A / A H E N E J East end of viaduct ! C. A. Higgins, pastor \ Sunday school, 10 a. m. ,J. C. 4. 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