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·AGE FOUH Las Crurts Sun-News Monday Afternoon January 8, 1945J1 Navy Avenges Middies' Loss By Bowl Wins By M O J I K I I , l.'ANDSHKHd HONOI.UIJ.'. J a n . H l/!1 A f n ' , 1 . charging n;ivy li.;un 'if f u n i i ' T "!- lejfe nntl p r u f c . S H j i n;il .st.'u.s hi'1'1 the footljiill ) i ; n n j i ! i M i . s l i i p nl I I I , ' vast H;u-:!:( I I I T I I I I arras t m l i i y . victors nvi-r n s e v e n t h i i n n y ;nr force o u t f i t , M-0. i n Il.'iu.'in'.s 1 !s:.M Pol Bowl x'.tlr.i-. An C K U n i J I t i - ' l ~'!t/lf|ll .siTVircin, ii JammlnK the r.i.iiwi-.yiii I'mi'ii-.j; BUldimi] f t I ' l - a i l I l n r h u r .ve.stei- duy K«W Kilpir i S p f n n l D e l . v e r y i Jones lllir] t n t i r l l ' l i / A ' l l pil-SHi'M 111 the flr.st m i l l l.'iM i|ii;u (ITS. In the. "|-e]iill[: M'tli:*". Nii'-'V Haltlinek I ' l i n v h e T u n n i ' i n ^ , ··.· Olcmfinn [il'iyi. ini.ssrij n -10 v ; i v l field Bonl. :in,| t h r u l l u - l u i v y v.n'i pinned lineli w i l l ] n r,::.yiinl piml by Glenn Unhlis, 111" T u l K l l n l l - Amcrlrll wll-isr l i i l l l e l piiIS"h wen- o prime j i n n y l h r e ; i l . Jn* tht: elii/miK m i m i i e s J M J U - S completed f t 'l7-,y;inl [I;IK* i S l i \-f Lach of D u k e a n d I In' I ' l . i n i K i i Cards, II n ninf-y.'ifil aerljil I" JCnd John HokiHin or iini|iir'.'iii". After plekinj,' l i p I l i n - e yanlii I h r m i K h I In- "'"· ·'"·'"'« l"" ls " [| from I h r »lx In K u l l l . a i li H»l -M"i- row, f n r n i i - r r i u r a x n ( ' a i d . "vi r the K»lil. 'ft "·nit p l a i r k i i : l n ' i l thv f'Xtni i - u i i i t M l d w n y in t h e l o i i r l h Ilic nnvy loi.h nviT 'in I I H oxn '.'·! and JOIICH a ^ n l l i ;n I u p a t n i i ' - h down, w i t h [m.'ifii'W t" linlii^id m n l Knd C.n-K J ' . r o w n i i i K "I H ' l i v i - r U r o w n l i i K li'i'li "»· ki.il n i ' i i a l . n i v - crlni! 42 yi"d«. for 11 l o i i r h i l i . , v n A K i i l n Tin n.i iiddi-il Hi'' |i"lni W i t h a ] l l n c r - l t l c l t . N A V V TF.AM A I . H I I WINS I N H K I I M I I I A I . I I . V I H I W I . H A M I L T O N , l l r r i i i l l d n . .Inn S l/Fl -A rl-nwd i ' l 11.1100 H n n v y I n - i l l t i n ' i i n n y , :i»-n. t h i r d a n n u a l I . i l y Howl KAim- h i ' i c - S u m l a y ill lya inuda H i i i i H h i n ' - . THUMPING TONY'S RUGGED PORTS LANTS N K W VCmK. the N a t i o n a l I'. I n C h e - n u n I h l i i U I » l l l l u | . . H | . l t a f t e r t-u.-hdrnv avoid tie.s . . . ir n i a y i i o 11: pa'llll m e r e l y \ \ l i l , ' l i l i - r l a i O W n e f H \vlli!,. 1111'Y l : i l l ; l l i t lift' . . On the I l i i ' i n y l l u i l il w i i n ' l I harder I" i - i i n n u l i - r L'i r u l e tluin t i n - '-'1 mr* l i s l e i l , Una eiirm niter* n t l l l n n o t l i . - r w n y o f f l l l i I n u t i t i i ; Lies. 'I'hiit is I" I t h e "rollflc" ! l " H l C l l i l i u l i a i ] I'UlL a m n U ' U r , Tony won the inter- c i t y (loldcn fjloves featherweight t i t l e fur Chicago, ayainst Nt-w York t-arly in IIM. His ]onc setback in 44 amateur bouts came in the n a t i o n a l AAU championships m Hoston when Jackie .Floyd o t i t j K i i n U - d h i m , Wht-n J r n i l i o decided lo t u r n rn he Jit'jidcd for Nuw York and |ilat:.-(l h i m w l f in the capuble J i a m i s nf Fran he Jay Jacobs, who li a d mann^i-d Brother K r a n h h c i t n c he joined the nnvy. ^noiiKh, lii.s only losing bout iiH u prn ( A l G i l i d n won n H p l t l decision over h i m ) served to c H t u b l i f t h him as a great fav- c n l t f with M a d i H i m Square Ciar- l't fini.s. Hi* l a t e r bent Jii.'it Rive him a bit more nco and Tony will be "I tlu- t:hrinipi(HiHliip. In the C n i i a i l i i i n K p u n t e i l m l . , Hie m i l j.n deep H i e i e i n n i M I . , Mi ( h e pliiyuii; !,··!.! i . r i·'. 1 point h ' l Hie k l k l l . i If t i l e ball K .iei, . n e i 1 ^0 yai-ils ni K'l''- 1 ' "'it "'· I'.'i.oiii':*' .IOINS M K X . i.i:.u;o: C I T Y , . I a n . S I/I 1 ' - Ji'ii.ii- K l i n e s , M V s i e a n | n l e h i - r w i t h 'U' | t i l l ' I ' l l l h l i l r l | l } l i ; l A t l l l l ' l l ' - s o f l l l e A l n e i l i a n l e a g u e , ha:, M ^ l i r . l \ \ 1 l l l M l - M r - i I ' l l Y "I l l l e M t ' M O a l l l e a ^ l l , | . , t H i e e o n i i n i ; ·,. . i f . i n . ·I'OKM 1 I IIOM \ K W ( l l ' I X K A TITSUN. A n / . . I n n -s i.l'i r l l a l l i e i l "il 111,. M d i - nf a I n i o p I r a n i i r t u i K N e w O i l i n e a v e t - In' T.'. h a e l l a l i v e I I I ' I S . " IS YOUR CAR OR TRUCK IN SHAPE FOR ANOTHER CAGING SCORES lly ASS()( - I A T K I I I'llESS and Si-rvlc,-: mlnsliT S], U n i v e r s i t y nf HUT fill. Tcxns A.l-M 22. Arkjuifiii.s 00. H n y l i i r :10. N i i n n i i n N n v y SkyjuclU'lfi .'H, (l)iliiliiiiiia AA.M' 31. TCXII.S Ti'i'li -ITi, HHrdiii-SinunoiiH 22. Culiiradii A.tM (12, Cri'cly State .\rw M.'Xicn Ilil. Wl-st Texas NOW'S the time to consider: Sehnal: Helen 64, Smxirrn 28. l.as VIGILS 32. Taiw 18. Km I S u n n i e r H 1TJ. Meliosc B 14. S|innp'r .'(.t, Hny 21. T i i e n n i e a r i 1M. Lilian 2(1. l-:i Kilo :|2, SI. Mary's ( Allill- f|l]Tqilr I 2S. Attack of Heart Kills D.A. Man S. I,. N f t h p r l i i i died T h u r s d a y n i g h t "C it heart a t t a c k al his home .south ot A n t h o n y , where he !t;id been a f a r m e r for m a n y years. S u r v i v i n g art- t h e widow a n d five c h i l d r e n . D o r o t h y mid I r n m Neth- r r l i t i Hi A n t h o n y . Airs, Phillips Slmiinon uf K t . Helvoir, Va., Koual N V t l u T l m nr Washington state, ami U ' i m l i v d N e t h e r l i n , nversi-a_s w i t h Uii- A m e r i c a n Red Cross. Two g r a n d c h i l d r e n nlHO survive. s ,sgl. Phillips Shannon and Miss I n n a N e l h e r l i n . who has been s t a y i n g w i t h her .sister in Vi. Ilol- voir t u r c r\pccU"d to a r r i v e (n- diiy. M r s . Shannon. who has born l n " | i n o r h e a l t h , will be u n a b l e In t i l l c n d h e r fjillu-r'.H l u n r r n l . Si'i vices will In- lu'ld nt Hit 1 H u r - ry Hant'don l-'uiu'i-nl Parlor in Kl Paso t o m o i r m v iit'ti-niimn at -1 «'- f l i - r k . H u r i i i l \ \ i l i b o i» Kvi-rpnvn Germans Lose on Bulge But Gain On Side Sectors (Continued from page 1) Allies were mopping up still another German u n i t which crossed! the Maaa east of Ceertruidenbcrg, 38 miles northeast of Antwerp. A m e r i c a n counter-blows were declared beating back a German spearhead which last week gouged within ten miles of the Saverne iass, threatening to cut off Stras- nurg. 'rcsK Trap on Bulge The 20 divisions comprising Field Marshal von Rundstedt's irmies in the Ardennes bulge were 'ighting stubbornly as the Amcri- ran first and third armies and elements of the ninth, and the British second army compressed the perimeter of the salient. South of captured Lierneaux (pop. 3,266), the U. S. first army advanced two miles. La Falaise and Fraiture had been "captured and the ice-covered St. VlUi-Jjfl. Roche road was cut at three spots. The attack front on the north was .'10 miles wide, otttatiprk Cul Ui 10 Miles The third army on the south 'increased the threat to the Germans appreciably by "taking Flam- icrge, five miles northwest of Baatogne and a mile and a half northwest of Mande-St. Etlenne. Limited Rains were reported southeast nf Baatogne to within a mile east of Hnrtange. The neck of the salient was ten or so miles wide, every inch of it L-om:"'uided by American Long Toms and Howitzers on both sides of the gup- To the east of Baslogne,* Maj. Willnrd S. Paul's 26lh division I drove to the south bank of the! Willz river opposite the. stubbornly defended Luxembourg town of! Wiltz ( p o p : 1326). ' Tim British second army on the northwestern edge of the Belgian bulgt advanced more than a mile utlw'iist of Marcht 1 , headquarters id. itliMw StrasbourR Tension Tension continued in Strasbourg, a city of 200,000 but this was described officially at supreme headquarters as apparently diminishing. First army troops fighting their wny down the Hotton road on the north aide of the Belgian bulge were approaching Marcourt, only two find a half miles northwest of La Ronhe. The 82ml airborne division commanded by Maj. Gen. James N. Gavin advanced up to three miles Kumlliy cost of Lterneux. Armor was in the outskirts nf VerlMimont. 2,000 yards from the La Roehe- St. Vlth highway. Thnt road was cut on both sides of its j u n c t i o n w i t h the north-south road to Houtiilizc and troops were- less than eight miles from H o u f f n l i z e on the north and about six on the iiouth. Snow Snips Air Support Snow deepened in the salient. The weather o\'er the front still was mostly unfavorable for close j air support. But British-bused American b?«i-1 COAL SUPPLY FOR MANUFACTURE OF SHELLS Bulldogs Down Springs Cagers By BILLY GRIFFIN A sensational sepond-half rally which saw the LasdCruces Bull- , dogs dump in 41 points while holcl- ng their opponents to six; brpught j the Cruces cagera their sixth straight victory and seventh win ' ,n eight starts Uiia segson as they romped to a 54-22 walkaway over , the Hot Springs Tigers in Hot | Springs Saturday night. The Tigers jumped into a. 7-1 · lead in the first quarter, and led \ 16-4 at the half, before the ajrcaz: ing Cruces . offensive broke loose to completely overwhelm the r ~ Springs five in the final two'pd tods. Pacing the Crucehs was Jin Viramontes, the toy Bulldog, · swished the hoop for 10 field j and a free toss to-ring up i points, forward Paul Kuester i eight markers, and center Roach, who found the basket seven points. Guard Alfred Apodaca, fofwaj Paul Stark, and guard Rue! Maynez followed in the "Da,w scoring with seven, six and points respectively. * The Tigers made only one ?iefl goal in the second half, \vhil| chalking up four cbarity throw The MonongEihcIa river at Clairton. Pa., finals nearly 20,000 tons of incoming bituminous coal and outgoing coke, used in making steel for shells. COVERING ADVANCING DOUGHBOYS ON LEYTE A hravy machine gun, one of m a n y strung across Ormoc valley, covering the advance of U. S. troops on Lt'ytc islnnd. P. I. AP Wirephoto from signal corps) Experts Work on Policy Tangles By .TACK BKM. * 1 I.OIIA LEWIS vv homhers Htniek al Gonnany in I WASHINGTON. J a n . 8 «·. - - diyHght loday, ,ifU, two S r.,t | A-n,TM e,n,,, ; ,,,,,,, ^ ,,, I t A F liomhers. t o t a l l i n g e e a ,, . . n-olmlilv more t h a n 1.000 planes, j Kl ' r "' 1 ' s 1'P »"''"-· t a n p l f - - !·- .niiilied Munich twice last niRlU '"' ^ «t "'h.eh l-rei.de.a RimscveH ENGINE TUNE-UP A »ini|lti "tune-up" liy out t i u i m - i l I rllHIliil com* «lllpli»lll|;l.V l i t l l a ~vel iim q u i t k a f »Uitui|;. lailvi p u k i i | i , .inu.it Iwtfutniniiip, niul KH'iilrt t'teuutnyl WINTER LUBRICATION Yotll e m u i l l t u n I v l l i ' i l l i i u m l c i . , Ull I U I I K I I ll II ,, l u l m r . l l l . i l ll.4'll/n,ll I (fwiuujfi/y iy """i »ii» *""» 'I.'".' FENDERS AND BODY M,n« r«i. KUST otn 1 limn ue^r our I ICCI vour liy W h i m ,mt ei|ellt Itlillip 111 Iviiilon .,ml t t u u l i up tin- puint ;ul,l COMPLETE OVERHAUL YIIII t M I I K*t Vut ill n.inplet|.lv ovrlllHIl NOW. »nil |»r «1 l o u t ...I.1..IU.H, ,, ,,,i timjiU 'Tiy-Ai-Yiiu-Dnve" pl«n. roil D I P I N D A I L t DODGE-PLYMOUTH RONNEY MOTOR CO. Texas Labor Curb Hii by High Court W A S I I I N l i T d N , J a n . S I.Tl Texas le B i.sliilion re|ilirlni; paul la- l.nr u i i i n l i urj;nni7ers to register u i l h Hie .sceivlary of s l a t e liefore sohi n i n e ineiiitiers was loilay decline,I u n c o i w t l l l l t i o n a i I'y Hie jni- inerne ..-curl. J u s t i c e K u t l c i l K C ileliverdl the c u i i r l ' s ,'i-4 o p i n i o n .luslice Hiil,- eil.i u r o l e n (H.-scnllni; opinion in I w h i c h 1'luef J l i M l l e e Stone alul ,1ns- iiice.i Heeil and Ki n i i k f i i r l e r con- iinvil K J. Thomas, i v t r o i l . a CIO i r e . | n e g m l c n l mi,| prenulenl of tile T l l l l e a A l l I i ' l l i n l M l c \ \ ' n r k e i s , chlll- i :cHKe,l v i i h i l l t y ol tile .statute. i Las Cruces Sergeant ! Is Wounded in Action I .S K | C h i i i l c s c Lewis has licrn «oiin,lc,i 111 action in the Mnrlaini i h l a i u l s oi t h e l a r r a c i l i c , )iln molli- c l . Mrs S I t . I.eut.s. WRS infonmM I m l n v ''V telej;r;iiii from llle wur l , - j , n r t i n e n l Mr». U » ( r live* at 1188 Went · Imllev. w i t h i n two hours. 'Today's raid was HIP 16th by Korlrc-ssps and Libtrators of the U. S. eighth air force in the past 17 days. Enemy reports indicated that the heavy bombers wore u«nin sup- porlinj? Allied troops on Hie snow- sxvepl wt-stern f r o n t by b o i n h i n p supply channels behind tin' N:i?.i 1 i nes. Bus Depot, Cafe Burglar Victims Sheriff Santos R a m i r e z was in- vc.-UinatlnK two robbery east's today the liiltinp of ?W from Hie cash ivKister at the Valley bus dt'put. :\'A'.l South Main street, and ngarots »iul liquor at the Oasis cafe, west of the c i t y on Highway SO. Looting of the rush register was ; disci'vered at I he bus depot al : ·I a. in, today wlu-n the depot was : opened for business. Access a]»- ; p n r e n t l y had been gained by open- ', ing the lock on a door, the sheriff i .Haled. I l'iscoverel lale Snlurday when · t h e Oasis tipeiu'd for business, tlr, 1 d i m e t h e r e included the snuushing o;)«n t'f nuisii- bi'\e.s and t-igaret { ,i-hlnes. Hoth eigarets and liq- only h i i i l e d in his mrssagc to con- "I't'HS. The presidonl l a i d down the cli- rcclion aiiii outlines of the policies he will lake to Prime Minisler Chun-hill anil Nan;hal Sluliii Jan. 20 inaugura- He. withheld specific points -presumably to keep them in his hiind for bargaining. There was disappointment app a r e n t on c;ipil,,i h i l l t h a t President Rni.sevelt W M S not more spec i f i c about wh-re t h e I T n i l e d States stands on a ho.st i f world political problems. C l i a i r m a n T a f t ( R - O h i o ) called the s e n a t e m i n o r i t y s t e e r i n g comm i t t e e i n t o svsKiun for a diwcuii- sion of President Roosevelt's message in congress on the s t a t e of A m e i i c a n find world a f f a i r s . He I old a reporter the R e p u b l i c a n s would decide then w h e t h e r to speak out about foreign policy this wt l ek. R e p u b l i c a n s a 1 r e a d y have charged in c o m m e n t i n g ' o n t h e president's message t h a t he dis- pln\vd a l u c k of leadership in fnr- Sania Fe Official Dies on N.M. Train GALLUP. Jan. S UP) -- R. R. Erewster, 51, general superintendent of the telegraph division of the SuiHa.F'e railroad, diet! last night D!' a rivart attack in his private car attached to eastbmmd train No. 4. Tlie Onllup f i r e department made Monday. Mother of L.C. Woman Dies of Heart Attack Mrs. E. L, Heath was advised Sunday of the sudden death of her mother, Mrs. M. L. Morton, of Little Rock. Ark. Mrs. Heath, who left for her former home yesterday, will be gene for the week, resuming her classes in Uie kindergarten next Mental Patients in Fatal Crash Move On to Missouri Three of the mental patients whJ were passengers jir : the automobill which overturned 24 miles west oj Las Cruces Thursday, fatally i juring ^Deputy Sheriff George Wilson, of Phoenix, Ariz., havi been taken to the Missouri stall hospital by Arizona officers, Sherj iff Santos Ramirez announced Jay. They had oeen held in the cou ty jail. The fourth patient occupying thi car at the time of the fatal accif dent still is at McBrlde hospita] for observation. The Arizona deputy was tran ferring the four from Phoenix Missouri when the accident curred. II Sunday Fire Call Saves Pickup Truck The Las Cruces fire department was called at 12:30 p .m. : to extinguish a blaze- in a truck i Main and-; Aina^or,,', i The truck, a pickup owned ' due ivteietiUfeA, vvtt£ uiazing aroif the motor and gasoline tank. Efforts by several service tion attendants to quell the flam were 'io no avail; firemen put lj out quickly with a pressure chen ical tank. Damages was estimated to negligible. jf a news itenk a f u t i l e effort to revive him with oxygen and the company pulmotor when the train arrived in Gallup about 8:30 p. m. Briiwster'.s home is in Los An- gcles. To Talk Welfare of Spanish-Americans Mrs. Morton died of a heart attack; she was 79 years of age. Hatch Assault Case Gets Cruces Trial Trial of R. H. Trujillo, alias Charloy Trujillo, of Hatch, on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon, started in the third district rourt today. O K L A H O M A PITY. Jan. S ·.'Pi, u is al i ege(J he assaulted Louis Th.. wolfiiiv of S p u n i s h - s p r a k i n i f ; O( , ()m w i t n a blackjack in Decem- peopleii of the west ;ui f i s m i t h w t - a t ; j n . r at Hatch. w i l l bo disi-iLsscd next Wednesday.: ...,_. Thursday and Friday by Catholic j im-hhishops and bi.s!io],' s of .six : XE\V «RTIIOlEniCS SURGEON southwestern Ktati-s, Bishop Fran- | ALBUQUERQUE. Jan. 8 ^PI -- cis C. Kelley's office announeed! Dr. R. E. Forbis, who came here ioday. [ recently from Kansas City, is Uio The cnnferencp. called 'jy Arch-; new orthopedic surgeon nt the| bishop Robert K. Lm'v of San An- i Carrie Tingley hospital for crip- tonio. Tex., will bo runrcrneif par- : pled children at Hot Springs. He tu-ularly w i t h seasonal laborers' fills a vacancy. who travel w i t h the crops. ! -- 401 South AUnwda Phone 244 BAYLUS CADE PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AllilllH - Tux MMIer. - Syntmn I 2 0 E . Grlggi Ph. 214, 477- J AVci.s S/M'/I (?( For //ic Ac.vf (H- uor Wt'tV 11 (irc/cl »! Voting SKATTl.K. .Inn. S c.Ti "l!i\n- lllts." olwiTVixl I'l.llrfniuii \V. S. M l l l f l t whi-n Ihri'i- l«y.i u l m u l 11) years (Oil ivllirnoii llis inis.sln^ pistol, ·'art- K^'t"' 1 ); yotmKt'i' nnil WITH A M E R I C A N ' VORl-KS I N l l K l - d l l ' M . .Inn. S «.Pi Oerman 1 i nth) si ria lists have I I V ^ U M e x p o r t - ing f u n d s for s a f e k e e p i n g and ar- I r a n K i n ^ for de\ elopmcnt of new , wenpon.s for anotht-r war. iiccord- [ ing to i n t o n i m l i o n n v a i l a l i l c here. . Mulh moves aiv said to have ! been laken sui rep! it sously al the Tulip rianllnjt j i n s t i g a t i o n nf the N'axi p a r t y as Opiiirum depth of pl.intiiiR (or ; p a r t ot i t s p r o g r a m t o r e m a i n s e - | tulips W A S f o u n d to b e w i t h j c r e t l y in power a f t e r G e r m a n y ' s ; i n e lips four inches below the sur- Siaie Guard Unils to Get Motor Vehicles SANTA KK, .Inn. S (.T» The war dt-pnrtnienl has provided the New ' MeMCii .stflle puiird with 20 trucks, i f i v e niotorc'yeit's, f i v e scout cars, : four I'eeoi'.amsance cars and rn ° ' lunbulance, Briff. Con. Ray An- I M a j . K. H, Oakley, federal and j shite property officer in Andrew's ; o f f i i e, w i l l d i ^ t t l b u t e the equip- I nient to the various p u a r d units. ! NA7I r.ENKKAl, KIL1.KD NEW YORK, Jan. S 1^*)--Major On. Willy Brandner of the Nazi SS elite Ki l »'d, has been killed in action, the German DNB agency j reported Sunday night in a do- nvstic hroadcast heard by the FCC, Hut Mllli'll only kno Imlf of i t . Tho kill* saiit, they'll loll \vhiMi' thoy RO pistol. A roiiplo of f i v o oliU KIVW It to thoni, tho cuiv, I tho 1IOMK \VOHK HK THIS ('(IP n i O K N l X , Ariz.. J w n . S (.1*» When a Inn shir jttnrtixl to s l t \v t h n n i n h his window sewrn. i;eoti;e Wlliton rvnrhcd out And nntibod htm. It wm just routine s t u f f for Gcorgv. Ho'a a juilieeiimn. Lions io Hear Talk On N.M. Boys' Ranch -f the »· nu-nl of H R r i planting if i! bo Icfl in the Struck Reef The I3.(i;,0-Uin President Grant, iost in 1944 in the Pacific as a result ef sliikin;- n reef, was only 10 miles from its d e s t i n a t i o n when il met disaster. Formerly the l u x u r y liner President Ada:ns. tho ship was on the ree-f for 100 days while crewmen labored to save it. Success sec'r.ed nl hand several times when storing intervened, interrupting the saivngt 1 work. Finally HIP ship went rtinvn. although the entire crew was The U. S, depart- j savc(J . ENDS TONIGHT 'MRS. PARKINGTON' Tuesday - Wednesd EMOTION IN THE RA 1 --STARTLING HITS Modern Youth on the L -- plus -Branded Bad in ihe Eye» of the World -"DELINQUENT DAUGHTERS" with JUNE CARLSO i hurt? advocates deep Is desired th.it bulbs soil wi'.hout lif'.inK ^ or Try prl It In Cnires! The l u n c h e (Veil I It 1.1 eo's n Mr. .s( speaker of Ibe Lions' IN for depth ot p l a n l i n ^ v a r y w i t h e of s.nl-deep for Itfilit Si'il*. *h.il- ·er (or h r a v y ( « . i t v ' N e w "Mexi-" Swcclrn Applf Saurn i SwnMiMi n p p l c siiucr willi l e f t over l a ^ n e l l i» fti'titiK county s i r u p from other can tied (mil. P'd i HRPIU w i t h U M ' v x l p u m i m . yen ever try cnnnlne yw\r inuce pnt at Albuqufrquc. j with pineapple Juice? Vou'll like IL LUIS MAYNEZ ACCOUNTANT Let me help you with your Income tax returns. See me at ROUNTREE COTTON CO. FOX STATI Maries y Miercoles *'· Big Spanish Show "Adventuras de Cucuruchlto y Plnocho" ENDS TONIGHT 'WING AND A PRAYER" -- plui -"GOING TO TOWN"

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