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·AGE FOUR I Bulldogs Buck Indians and Wildcats Next By BILLY GRII'VIV BoastiriR a l i n e re-cord of n i n e Victoria* In ten Kauios thin HI n- son, artfl eif,-ht wins* !n n row. t.h- Lafl Crurr.H li'.iildn^s h r e ii..;iriim ItiP h a l f w a y i n n r k of one r.f t h r toughest fit hedn!(-n ever n n d r i - lakftn by a "Daw;;' t e n r n . ,. This week, t h e Crucrns m u t c h *llotH w i t h t h e VHlel.-i I n d i a n s . Whom I hey r-dj.;'d by i n ;i n "ii i l y Reason rhmh, a n i l t h e I t e r n i i i ^ Wild- ('Htfi, t h e i r g r n i t r ^ l t r a d i t i o n a l n- vnlN. They Hunt Iti-vence Leading t h e R ^ d s k i n a .'ire t w . veterans from l a s t y i ' M r ' s d : M r i r l 4- A c h a n i p i r . n M n p t ' - f n n K n n c p i ' - Lllern. a p h a n l o n i f n i - . v a r i l w i t h n mazing Hpi-cd u n d J t :ve. f i n d J a m o H W i i r w n It a l : n r - ( m i l - l i a n d - ler (it j,Miai'd. '- The I n d i a n s -,v. re one of the Iwo U'iWiH to h a n d t h e Mnl)d"f:s Uvn lefcatn UiM wiih.,1! a i . i l t h e hny.s iiitf u p t h i s yi-iit jur-.t f o r t i n - a u t o - IVIIdcjilK S a l t i r d n y , The " n i r . v j : " - I n d i a n » l a a h W i l l h played i n Hi" . t u r i i ' T h i K h H I h ' n . l j j v m i U i f i i i n : Tliin.'.day n i ^ l i l , a n d , fl Cliff a u i e d.iy l ; i v - o f f . 1 hi- ( ' n n i ·- \ q u i n t e t w i l l . - h u f f i r - o i l t o D r m n . n l lu p i n y UK- W i l d c a t ; - on S a t i n d : i y . ! The I t i - m i i i K !iv.' ha.-, h a d a h a r d ; l i m e K ' - t l i n c S l a t l H t i n * f t - a : o i i . l could him- (:ni!i- . - i t l n - 1 w a y Th-y were K e a l ' - n l - y "m- p o i n t a t A n - t h o n y . t h t i ' i - Jil A n M i i i in K! I'II.SM, and Heven nl V i r d d i 4 The W i l d , a l i i i i n paced hy « t i - ler A i h - r h e and fur.'.ard Art S t a y . JhijjH III ;"! Shape H i i . k o n (!»· M i i l l d u n s h i d - ") I l i r {(·lire. Hie C i n t r . s s t j i i a t l u p p r a i h I n Ije Hv il» l » ' h l H l i a j M - ot t h e .MM.-OII. ]{e«iil»r A l l i e d A p o d ; o a a n d H u e "jH'll M u y i i f * . who nns'.ed t - e v i - r a l las -News Wednesday Afternoon January 17, 1945 PORTS LANTS Aggies to Meet )eming Busters n! t n t l J In i tin / . i M i u t i m . h . - i ^ i i m s l A i i H i n n y S;il t i n l n y n i n h t . n n - b e l t * r i l u i n ".- i h hi t m t . i ! ( i n Inil.s m e - i p i - ! i n jiUHM'd a i i F i i n H ! ' i t pi'i !ni i i i i i i K i- jlif/HliiKl A n l l H i n y . s i l l M \ M i i y i n - / ,y\pO(Illi I I , I n r ' . V l l M l . ' l .1 111! H I V \ ' ! l i l nicnlt-n ( ' . n i l Shu It, u n d I ' n u . K l i f - n l . ' i . i n n l o n l ' - r P a u l I t . m . ' l Ol 111!' I l l l l l d n , . ; . , W | , , , M j | W I l f l l . , ! nut !«· ( t c i i l l in O'lidl A ' l l l m . i I l i i U i M i i ! l i t n ; W i l l p|-nli;ib|y .-.1;ir! V i n i i i i M i i t r . . ; n u . ^ l u r k a1 ' K d i - w i i r d s . i : n . . - l i i, .i-cnlcr, u n d A p f i H i i o t ;unl M ; i y m Jit (iiianlh iiK'HH 1 '! I be lii'il.-.lnns .with KH.'.MM M - i i c l y "ii H H mde llin' K a n y n| t h r M n r t e i K f a i l . ' t Track. Field Star Js Killed in Action . LOS A N C K I . K S . . f a n 17 (.Ti Capl. H i l l It ril /. i i f t h e i i i r n y n t r If.V lli;(ill I'l'I.I.KKTO.N. .III. N K I V Y O I i K . J n n 17 I at I t ' s r i i - x i n i c - h n d y '.vrdtc a piH-i- ;,t,oiit .- l.:ip.-hlrk . . . l l r . .ILSITWH n. ( f o r n o ,,tl. 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"Tin. f n - h l yr.'ir l h « - plii.vi-rs '.vi ri- |;]-i.,'ii a* K rnss a n i l I u-as c n - i - i i i - r . " .In,- i - v [ , l i i i n s "|: u | Hi- .'.an,,- !.-]!,iii-s iniuli' a 1.V-I r,,. i - n i ' l H i , ' i t - .-,'i-njii| M n.inn and 17-1! I h i ' i r I l i n i l . Sinn' t i n . n M - I - ' V I - h a d a I ' l v l l v K ' n n l r i - i n l (I." . . . Kt .Pnhn's i» Hi i l y i - n l l i - K i - t h a t i"-v|'..'in I h i - n i i - l m p n l i l i i n u i v i l a l i n n l " i i r i i a n i , - n l l u - l i - c HI f a n - i . - y s i v . - l i i i h Is 1,,-lln- M i a n p n - l l v t ;""il t C I . K A M X d T I I K ( T I ' l I n d y n n k n n w I l i . - i l l l i - l i r s l n u n . I I I I K I l i : : l l M-IIS i - a i l f d "inn i i n l i i i m i l i ; a i n i . " wan in n l i f a i l i n i f in I l i f I ' l M l i n l i - l p h l n I t f l l l A ] i r l l I!.'!, I N T O , t i - l l l n j : a l ' n i i l l l n - ,.;,-a'inn "|,i-n.ii| : V . M i l I i f v VVMll!i'|-:i l l - y i ' i i r - n l i l i."ii. J i i n i i i y . I.'- l a k i n i ; li,.xin|; li-«- h,.nji I i . , i n i;,-ui|;,. V V n i i i l . n C n i n l " l - ' l . N .1, , ' - , , ' , - : «·],,, K i ,v|. . M l i ' l ! , y a r . , n p l i - ,,i h a u l .snaps In t l Id d a y s . . Here Friday By ALBERT IIA Vlclnrs over Hardli I j ' n i v f r s i t v n n r l A h l l r n p f'liriuii.n -- '" """ '"""*"· .».IL ^nucu P.U' VJ' P « *\UH und""·",«, A r e e day ' """ l ^ P re " ldln « 1 1K1 S« n- p^HP^^ -"« rdict wo " ld bi The game w i l l be held at Wil- '^ l a f t WOI ' dts J" tht ? l[trial wc « Say Briton Slain By Secret Plot CAIRO, Jan. 17-- (J?t~ The trial of two young Jewish n a t i u n a l i s t n , charged w i t h the assassination, of Lord Mdyne, British resident minister in the middle east, ended to- l i a m s yyinnasiurn. The Du.slerH h n v c one of the most oiitatandjnff air bane teams in t h e ffonthv/e.st. Tln-y hnld victories over E] Paso, Aliiinngordo. CflMshacl, Pyote and r.t(iij,''an UK well us several Call- f'priiia. tcamfl. The Duster lineup i.s .studded w i t h ex-college utars. tn A t h l e t i c Director "Hud" Laaks UK- AKK^S do .not i-xpcrt a win ovt;r the DiiHlerg, but .'.-(· do expert lo give thorn a close .said. The Aggies will de- pcnd t h e i r Kpt'cd and skill in b u n d l i n g the ball to counteract and experience of the Telephani if ii news H.'l ill.-a llrm. I h c ·ur In: And Now We Ham !\nv Sii.-iif) Champ E M P O H I A . I Kan».. J a n . 17 '.1'. Reiy Woodward, 17. Empi, rin h i K l i »i:hunl athlete:, is the ni-u- \vni Itl'.s l l i t t i f f i f l a l wit-lip f | i a n i p l ( , n , lii.s n a c h , A l f r e d .Sniltn, H n i d today. S m i t h .Maid Hit- yniith did 15,- n«6 sit-U|is to Ijri'iih the record nl ri.BM lie said was held Ily Bill Knn-lif,' of the j:yval t r a i n i n g s l a l i n n al (ir.-at Lakes, 111. It look I'.ny f i v e hnurs and one i|N.iirt nf niilk to hrenk the re- 1'iinl. CAGING SCORES Ily ASSOC'IATRD 1'liKSH r.'nlli'Ki, a n d Keryli-v: n a r t n i n i i i h 08, M i d d l e l n i r y 45. St. .Inhn'K 4S. A k r o n 42. New Ynrli 7R, SI. Francis XI. .Norfolk n a v a l a i t - .ilati spoken by y o u t h f u l Eliahou Bet Souri. who quietly thanked dc- fftnsfi attorneys lint added that he did not .subscribe to many of their statements regarding the political situation in Palestine. "J want to make it perfectly clear, he said, "that every action by the members of our organization iH coinmittced in accordance with ita orders." · Eliahou H a k i m , who admitted flririj? the shot which killed Lord Moyne, first was given the oppor- t u n i t y to make it, final statement. He explained why h« deserted Hie BrltlHh army. ."J left the army in order to k i l l Moyne," Hakim said. Lions Hear About- Tavern Rule. Need l*\r Army Nurses Preservation of proper and orderly conditions in beer retail establishments, particularly with regard to those having patronage of serviceman, is the objective of the U. S. Brewers Foundation La: Cruccs Lions were t o l d Tuesday Boost Supplies For the Chinese Ily JOHN M. HIGHTOWKB WASHINGTON, J a n . ]?--UP)-Allied officials arc- shnoting for a triple increase in the tonnage of supplies moving to China after tin.' new be do road is opened in the n e x t two or three weeks. The hope is to put approximately 100,000 tons of m u n i t i o n s a m o n t h into China as Soon as t h e rood is in efficient operation. Tremendous efforts to step up air ddivfries. "over the hump" from Iniiia have hit an a l l - l i m e h i ^ h of something over 20,000 tons a month. If a l l goe.s well* on delivery schedules by road and air it may be po-spihle to have a modernly equipped but relatively small Chint.se army operating in the C h u n g k i n g area wet! beiore the tnd of this year. President Cracks Manpower Whip . WASHINGTON, Jan. 17--(/Pi- President Roosevelt, renewing his demand for national service legislation, told congress today "it is v i t a l that total offense should not slacken. He indicated that the time for t a l k i n g about national service legislation has passed and the time for enacting it has arrr. ed. EL I'ASOAN IS PROMOTED WASHINGTON. J a n . 17 W J ) -Robert Otto Peterson of El Paso. To:., has been promoted from major to lieutenant colonel in the quartermaster corps i the war de- p a r t m e n t reported today. Q r A K K HITS IX CHILE SANTIAGO. Chile, J a n . 17--UPt An -arthquahe of considerable intensity was fell here ni niidni»!.t shortly s i f t e r a series of compara- t i v e l y minor p r e l i m i n a r y tremors. Chrislian Churches Plan Disiricl Meei The district convention or Chi it t h e i r regular luncheon by Chas. I. H u f f , .state representative. ...., He discussed at length the i n - j U H I I clniiThes will be held at the lustry's cooperative agreements j First Christian church of Las with both civil and m i l i t a r y agcn-I Crurcs Friday, Un 1 Rev. Dwight ·ics in a r r a n g i n g voluntary o o m - 1 *'·- Le\vi.s announced today. Snc was.Lorccl :ancl Lcauliful · He was bold ,' J V| onu lianclsonie fjB?^ (and.lie waitL'il^ lor.Iicrtf'al... J O A N F O N T A I N E : ^ tudy St. Coluinb ' STARTS SUNDAY I M Thursday. Friday. Saturday 2 - Brand Now Hlls -- 2 - HIT NO. 2 WESTERN ACTION AS "HOPPY" RIDES AGAIN! V G-M»n vg Black Dragon ENDS TODAY: "Summer Storm" and "Ever Since Venus" KOI I l i r n u K -I'l, North Cimillna C a t a w h n .^, Worronl 87. C u m j i Caiiii'l'i'l] 220th engineers ·If., M i ' X i i - n 20. \ \ ' i l l i ; i n i ami Alary fiti. Richnioiu] A A mil. V n n i l e i - l i i l l (i. r i, David I.ip.sconilt T i i l a n t ' 42. Mississippi K t n t e :jr. L'nii.-siana S t a l e fit), Jackson A A B Norl«i niimv 78, Mai-qnelle fill. Oliln 17. Olterliein. Olii'i-lln . r i7. Case 211. 'IVxa.s AX-.M 11. Haylor ;!0. I ' l n v i s A A F 17, ISeiistern New l l r i ' p f i a Stale fil, W n s h i n y t o n Slllh' .T.!. l i i ' l i v e r M, rolonulo College 11. Sonlliern C i i U f u n i l n 42, CaliTor- u i a Ti-i'li no. Colle K ,. ,r Pacific 50, Mare is- l a n d .shipbuilders 21. Helen 111 Menillli I A U n i o u r r q u e l Cnrlslia,! 22. linswell 28. j Pleads More Sows io \ Farrow More '45 Pigs .New Mexico fan,UTS w i t h mlc- I l i a l e Iced .snp}}lies arc licing asked I'V \\'l-\\ tu keep a d d i t i o n a l sows t . s u i t a b l e tor famm'ine; next s p i i n g ' l o lii-lp n i e e l llu- sprin« P't.' K"«l. Cordon I I . Wood, WFA's district Present s u p p o r t prices of $12 CiO per linndrcdu'cif;!!!, Ohlcae,n bn.sis, | l o r ^ood lo choice Initcher lioi;s I w c i ^ h i n M 2(10 lo 270 pounds also has been e x l e n d n l to March 1, H U B The n u m b e r of sows f a m i w i n £ . he Mud. i n i i s l hi' inciiMiscd by a b o u t I I per ci nl over n u m b e r now p l a n - ned lo reach the j;oal of 57.oOO.OtlO a.skcd by \\'1-'A as a w a r t i m e need. Mine Worker Paper Aiiacks Service Law W A S H I N G T O N , J a n . 17 ,Ti .li'lin L. l.i'ww' T i n t e d M i n e w o r k - IT.S J o u r n a l tnilay J i t i n v i l w i t h A Kl and f l u it'julfr.H t n p r n l M t l i i ^ na- i i o n t i j j i o r v l i T l ^ i s l n t U m . K\pres.sin^ iloiihl Unit Kuril l»- K i s l a t i n n u-mild shorten tin- \ v n r I nr i n . - i c H M - p n u h i f l m n , t h o J o i t r n n ) i .s.iiil ( M i l l . n hilly ' | " U i ' K i m t ' i i l i i t i n n . .siu-Ji a.s provitl- t',i in I h r proposed mnupoxvcr seiv v n »· :u-t w i l l ri'diu-i' tin- inonilt', t l o s t r o y iiu'i'iitivo, pronuilc int'lTi- t ' l . M n - y , ;uid, in tho nul. t h e smv l i ' t n l ,n coi'i-i'i-d nutnpiAVor w i f l i - D i i n t ,'t.r n i u i y h t in lt!ciTas\l ,nil, n i t "\\\- di n^l l?1l('\v t h a t tile ad- n i u c s t i a l i u n i-!in »u- w i l l dirtrl t h r I tip»;i n l i i » u n[ a war m a n p o w e r art t i t ' i " ot p.-litiiT.t l»ias. I t s vtn'oi'd* )liance among; retailers in i n i t i a l - ng policiea "as dirtalcd by the desires of Die citizens when 1 taverns are operated.' Lt. Vivian E. Woody, of the WAC'.s .rcrruiliiiR c-urps, told of tin; great need for women as nnr- RCS in the arrny hospital.s. OUii'r vi.silin^ quests were the A m e r i c a n Red CroRH, N. Ii. Phillips, Jack a n d A. U. W i l l i a m s . mil 57, UUHT v i s i t i n g #1: iTIiomaa H. Hyan of th from DeiniiiR, El Paso cted. / f J u u K t .speakers at the meet will be C. C. Dobbs and Mrs. I I . R. H u w l a n d . Ijoth of I^en\'er. and W. U'. Hiiaki-11, r e t u r n e d mislonary from i.'hina. A ruvcred dish youths' nipper is tn )tf h e l d HI the churdi in the e v e n i n g at 6:;;o. TALK OIL PRICE HIKE SANTA FE, Jan. 17 UP* -- Senator Carl A. Hatch ( D - N M ) and State. Geologist John Kelly were to meet in Artesia today with independent oil operators to discuss a proposed incrvase in the price of crude oil,- Kelly's office announced. NEW .MEXICANS DECORATED WASHINGTON, Jan. 17 /P - .Second Lt. N. V. Jleelts of Logan. N. M., and Pfc. John V. Hulse of Reserve. N. M , have won w a r t i m e decorations, the war department reported today . | Legislative Summary By ASSOCIATED PfiESS (January 16) Senate bills introduced: SJR2 (Gamble)--Providing for new apportionment of members of legislature. (State and county affairs, thence f i n a n c e ) . SB4 (Eager)--to raise salaries of assistant district attorneys and stenographic assistants in 9th judicial district. (Judiciary). SB5 (Turner, Roach) --Appropriating $17,248.98 to New Mexico State Teachers college to enable school to meet contractual obligations. Finance). SBG fMonloya) ---Enabling school teachers and school employes to serve as election officials. (Privi- iges and elections). SB7 ( M o n t o y a j -- Prohibiting garnishment of salaries for liquor bills. I Emergency l (Judiciary). SE8 (Morrow by request)--Fixing the t i m e for holding court in Sth judicial district, l Emergency) J u d i c i a r y ) . House biils introduced: EL PASOAX IS-DECORATED WASHINGTON, Jan. 17 (/P) -First Lt. Edw. E. Franks of El Paso, Tex., has won tire Distinguished Flying Cross for flight operations against the enemy in the China-Bunt-India theater, the war d e p a r t m e n t announced today. A Three Days 7 Cough is Your Danger Signal Crcqmulsion relieves promptly be- , cause it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender,.in- j flamed bronchial m u c o u s m e m - · branes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the un- j derstanding you must like the way it ! quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chesf Colds, Bronchitis HB3 (Luci. .ils introduced: tidi et u l ) -- To incrci from $2 a pupil to $3 the amounn to be expended fq? school, librar; and janitor supplies.: (Education! HB4 (Ludi ct al--Authorizlnl suspension of contract of teachei breaking contract without 30 day notice. .(Education)/ HB5 (Gonzales)--Providing fr\ hunting and fishing licenses fd residents over 65 years old. (Gan and fish, thence way and means)! HB6 (Gonzales)--Requiring bor unions to publish annually their constitutions, bylaws and any rules or regulations affecting any race, creed or nationality. (Rail roads). Altar of Gold In Panama City, Panama, fs lo] caled the Church of San Jose, fal mous for a' magnificent altar ol solid mahogany overlaid withf sheets of pure.gold. During Ihg sack! of Old Panama by Henry Morgan,! the'altar had* been-in'the AuguslIni-J an church, and it was whitewashed! so that he could not find it. Later it J was transferred to the Church San Jo'se. 1000 BUSHELS SWEET POTATO SEED Certified East Texas Porlo Rican Seed Free irom Soil Slain Also 500 bushels Kansas Nancy Golds. A new sweet potato, all the good qualities of Nancy Hall. More prolific and earlier. They cook up golden. yellow, sweet and delicious. Bed in February in hot bed for early plants. Will give full instructions how to make hot bed. W.T.SCOGGIN New Police Chief Named at Clovis CLOVIS. J a n . 17 (JP\ "Tenta tivf selci tion" uf J. W, MannitH as Clovis police chief was an nounced t o d a y by City Commis Hlonor C. Hoy Smith as .spokesman for the neu- board of c i t y eommis- sionei'H which will take office or Feb. 5. The a n n o u n c e m e n t followed tin resignation yesterday of elevci Clovi.s ixilifemen -- all but Iwn t il the local f o r c e - - i n protest a^ains! the i i i i p ( n d i i i K removal of J ' o l i c i Chief Lennnrd PinnLx. The new commission also Jin. 1 t e n t a t i v e l y selected Smith, one of the two holdover members of tl hoard, us mayor and Leon Won nek as city manager. The present mayor, Dr. E. 1 Kraun, was defeated for reelectic ;is city commissioner in the i n n t i i c - innl eivrtion Jan. 8. R. B; W u r t h - infi'ton is the present c i t y mafni; German Prisoners Retaken in El Paso EL PASO, Tex., J a n . 17 (.fi Two (Jermiin prisoners of war who ".scaped J a n . 8 from tin? Ales.i. (\ri/.,, prisoner of war camp. WIT-, I'ecupttired here by t w o railroad 'inploye.s and were t u r n e d over I n m i l i t a r y a u t h o r i t i e s . The pi isoners, K u r t A l e N a t u l e r und l l m i s .losef Vo K t, were ,-,p. pn-hended M o n d a y by O l n n - i u v i t h a n d Henry K a i N l u n , ^\vit^'hnhl l ll for the .southern p a i - n i r rinlrotiil. The federal bureau of invest va- tii.ni .said the .switchmen noted liic pair h i d i n g near an El I'a-sr. rail- th- f u g i t i v e s discowred they i-onltl not .speak Engii^t). STHKI' HITS I N D I A N I't'I'll.S C A L L U P , J a n . 17 i.l'i Pr. B. Siii!iii-cl( of the N n v a j o nu-du-.il 'iilt-r n t Ft. I V f i a n c e . said today t h a t til cases of .strep t h r o a t had I'cporUM .siiH-c W a t n n l . i y at I lie I n d i i i n lioardm^ si'hi'ol al Judge Frenger Starts Civil Court Docket j Thr c t t i m i u l docket cleared lor ( l t n « let ni in the t h t n l J i s t r l c l v-om I, '· . l i i d i ; i - N'uiiui r K i c n u r r jslnrlcd [ l i n n m n j i nn a hnivy i-tvil l»vket ! t i l l * M M t . r . M K K i r s I i·;»!(«· lnMti^ t i l e d by ft j t i r y t o d a y i?* the M i i t o( (Jin 1 (). i:\vyn nK!iiii.i( Ni'l,s«n Th til mitn for t l a m - »(;*· iiri.'iiiix f i t ' i n »n a u t o - t r u c k i t ' l l MOD ( t - i - r n i i y neai Mosilla nioirjnj; !nul wllnertics Wrn- belnj; ilit«',Hiione ( | us I h r court ri'fr.tHOil STATE Si Thursday, Friday. Saturday 2 -- Ace Pictures -- 2 Till'] EVE |)FSTMARK AnnBBAXTER-KilliamFYTlli:' 1 , Michael C'SIIEA .1 plus weslorn six-gun rhylhml also starling ol aerial -"Mystery of Hlv«r Boa!" Ends Today: "Camlnllo Alegre" and "P«s»porl lo Detllny" JOIN THE MARCH OF DIMES' FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSIS JANUARY 14-31 DEL HAVEN No. 2 tins GRAPEFRUIT JUICE . . . 15c UNCLE WILLIAM'S . No. 2 tins CORN, C.S. While I7c LITTLE MAID FRESH 15 oz. tins BLACIM-PEAS 16c SHORTENING 3 Ib. jar SNOWDRIFT . . . . 73c VALLEY RED 8 oz. bottle CHILI SAUCE . 13c ARMOUR'S SPICED 12 oz. tins TREET Lunch Meat . . . . 38c SUNSHINE 1 Ib. box GRAHAM CRACKERS . . . 2flc FABRIC SOFT 3 rolls TISSUE 21c DEL HAVEN No. 2 tins TOMATOES 12c SUNSHINE KRISPY 2 Ib. box CRACKERS . . . . . . . 34c LIBBY'S 29 oz. glrss APPLESAUCE 36c C. E. 16 oz. glass GRAPE JELLY 22c C. H. 1 Ib. box SUGAR, powd. or brown . . . 9c BIRDSEYE FROSTED 12 oz. pkg. GREEN PEAS 26c FOLGER'S 1. Ib. glass COFFEE, 3 perfect grinds . . . 33c PILLSBURY 10 Ib. bag FLOUR . . ' . 59c CUP O'JOY lib. pkg. COFFEE . . . . . . . . 1 9 c NO. 1 5 Ibs. PINTO BEANS . . . . . 4 1 c £**»£ FRUITS I WVECETABliSl Sweet Potatoes ...... Ib.lOc Carrots, full bunches ..... 9c Cabbage, firm heads . . . . !b. 5c Grapes, flame Tokays . . . lb.20c Lemons, Sunkist ..... Ib. 13c Oranges, fine for juice . . . Ib.lOc Ground Beef lb.25c RoastBeef lb.26c Roast Veal lb.27c Leg of Lamb lb.35c Pork Roast . . . . . . . Ib. 31c Sausage, fresh ground . . . lb.31c JAKE'S GROCERY AND · FORMERLY VALLEY GROCERY M A R K E T WE DELIVER PHONE 140

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