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PAGE FOUR Hatch Bears to Visit Bulldogs In Night Game ... By Al.llKltT IIAI.I. Boasting fl record of 10 atrai;;hl victohcfl. I n c l u d i n g 11 win* in 12 caging starts, the LFIH Cruci-.s B u l l (logo meet the Hot'-h BI-.-UH on Hi Junior high bard'-vrmils t o n i g h t . The tame will M a i l a t K u'l.-lni-l Uttie In known of the u l r c n g t ot the Bcar» i - x t c p t for the f a i t that they have lii-i-n ticiiti-n by K'l ver City (mil A n t h n n y , l i - a i t u which the B u l l d f i K K have iici-a iibli to beat by n hard f i t f l i t La.st y i - a r the BulldOKK noM-d out till- liraii' 29-28. A preliminary n a m e u t i i r t i n n at 7 1p.m. w i l l n i a t i - h the J u n i o r H i g h Btllpupn a s u l i m t a |;raile hi houl te4m from H a l , li "Not only have llu- l'.ullii"K* run ""* nn a record (if I I I r . t r n i c h t I'lclo- 1 '" 1 " riM, hut in Ihe 12 cami-s t h e y h a v e played have rime, up a l o l a l of -104 points w h i l e holding, t h e i r opponent* In 2KO. Ill r i m . v i i i l i v i - play trie 'Dawns' i m v e a v ' - i i i B . - d ::n points i i R H i n s t I h e i r o p p o n e n t s ' 21 Probable s t a r l i n g I n n - l i p I H i i l c h I n s M l i - w i l l IK- . I i n i n u c PORTS LANTS ! Wage Problems !To Be Talked Ralph B. Price, wagr rate ana- ly.st ff the n i n r h n-tjional war Ki- board, will lead - ' P r o b l c i n H a t a n i . p i ' n m e e t - , ^ (| f i t lh- Chamber of Comity I i r o i r FrU^rtTON, .PH. j mcrre Jan, 26 al 8 j. in. N K W YORK, .Jan. 2.'! '/I'i A c - I If the m f c t i n g is attended by a to [J!in J'Vrri.i, tin- rt:;i.sr,n large enough jjrfdip tr warrant it, UK; SI-UHKIM w i l l bi; licld in the audi- l o r i u m , if n M , il w i l l be. in the a i n ' t ) Uri'-KK '" t n '' I ' n t l f d KUites . bniml of d i r n c t o r n 1 roomfl. Ihi.* 1 w m t i - r ih ( h a t A r m - \v f i n ted , The mr-Hintf in Lfis Cruees Ifi one tn (-.stall!)."!] h i n i M ' i r ;i.s a tfrcnl m i l - ; df f i v e beuif,' firratifit-d for Now n n e r IK-ION- he trl"U tlif ! Mexico by o f f i c i f i l s frnm · tht' diw- Peace Officers Ask Lift of Terms Ban SANTA FK. -Ian. 23 /Pt -- The executive board ol the New Mexico Sheriff's and Peace Officers' Afisn. wants the .state, constitution let county officers serve more t h a n two consecutive " . : ' ^ V n-NeWS * " ' "~*' Tuesday Aflerhopn January 23, 1945 ·ear terms, resolution- the board yester- isked introduction of such a isfrj amendment in the cur- Ift-ialature and also ondorstd iiHfd salaries for county of- s. t- IjnarJ approved Cov. Dem- 5 .suggestion to the leglsla- for enlargement of the state (.· an,] installation of a state Five Deaths Draw House Resolutions SANTA FE, Jan. 23 I/Pi -- The house of representatives yesterday adopted resolutions in memory of tht- following: John T. Muir, former representative and banker at Lordsburg who died Jan. 7.' senator and banker at Lordsburg who died Oct. 20. Coe Howard, former representative from Portales, who died Nov. 22. Mrs. Louise White, wife of Alvan N. White, representative from Grant and Hidalgo counties. She die,] DM - 2 - The Road to Berlin By ASSOCIATED PRESS 1. Eastern front: 137 in!li-t) (Moscow radio). I 2. Westvm front: 310 mile*! (Ulinll'h-Julich-Durcn area). 1 S. Italian frimt:'614 miles! (Reno rivet). J| Trv first to ECt It Jn CruccslH prop, i-ent ilKTf'!!.' police .shiirtv.-ave radio sy.sUrn. Ernest M. Brickley. former state board I r n i - k H . . . Dan ngn-en t h a t i - v c n a -1:111 Tt m i l e Isn't furnish tn t r i e l o f f i c e at Denver, In addition i to Mr. Price a n n m l H - r of other ! A l i i e r l e i i n (aim if they I c a d i i i K ly talc- a f,-w b e a t i n g s i f j n ilison w i n n i ' i ' s of 1n,|.liles us I he l » t : i i : ' i i i f ; f o o l h n l ] p l a y e r s a t Trxas f ' l i r j ^ l ' . ' i t i !;i^l Hclisnil. h d l h Iro t h e In iCMIII.I;I), AS rscAi. lil.-;ll l - i o t l i . - , ! ! r . - , p t a i l i . wi'ol,- l l i l . H d'-M r i j i h o n "I v , n I t i i n d s l i - i l l ' . s ri-- I M - i - e n l i l i i v e m l o l i e l f j i i i r n : "We n r " j i i h , - i i , l l!'l-ll T l i i - n - n i « - tv.'o m i n l l l ' - K ^"rr'..-^"^;, 1 .r;:::' " ' ;:: ; *"»y^ ""^''"""" doea a n d l l i ' i i b i - n M n y n e / . a l i ; i i n n l ' " ; - ' ' . ' " ' " " a n d Pniil I t o n c l i I" t a k e Hi'- I"---' A " Bjtot. f f i c i a l s w i l l a l t e n d , in- j inK IIn.H C'. Street. .Jr. regional · ctor of wage and h o u r and lr. c o n l a c t B of | the U. S. le- I ment ol lahor, iind P. D. Riley, or in.speclor of the A l h u t j u e r - : wii^e and h n u r ofllct. In a d i l i t i o n to the set program, q i j e . s t i n n H may he asked from the f l o o r and the topics w i l l be opened for dincnssion. The mcvtinK w i l l lie '. (i[n-n to tlie general p t i l i l i e , as well :n eini.loyers. Lobo Cagers Take lOlh Win Oif Tech --1 ;;:v"±' Heads for China 'K, J a n . 'J:: '.I 1 ' N e w M e n l e n i i i i l v , - i M l y . n n b e a l i - l this nenHon by a . o l l . - p . - l i - a l n neekK U N 1 l i b v i l i , i - y t ' u i i K b t i t aRalnsI Texan Te, h lend at I I I - h a l l . I l l " T.-, b'-an.- rallied i n tin- I h l n l t o w i l h i n oni point nf N e w M e x i i - n . I n lusl m i l l Illes. New M e x i c o I i l l o i l 111'- r a l l y t w o free t l i r n u n l o p u t I h e g a i n ' on Ice. w l l h 21 p o l n l s l''oi-.vaiil ,lai IIKOII led T e i h w l l l i I S piiinl.s. t h ( I N K - M I M T K SI'llllTS I'ACiK S,-- T a y l i n - ol 111'- 1 )rn Moll,'-: l i i - C i x l e r i b ' - r k l i In v.-illl a repor o n a n l o « n H l i i l v - K a i i s a s b n s k i - l « h , i l i li" i i m l l l e i n y l l a n l i r o i i c i e i i M e i l .'i2 l o n l s . . K e i ' s t h e o r y i I h i i l Hi" !u-"-pcr;ina! ml" i.^n' IK i .-seal l l y le.^pon.sibl" I',I r o u g h iii-s.-. b i l l t b a l I I I " l y p c of p l a y goi- 111 i - V ' - l e n . . . Illl.V i M I I I H I I l l ' s III", ba.'i.-ball ml" l"'ol(, f i - a l m i u g I o n i pa|;i-H ',| l i p s on "Hi-- l i n e r | il bll.s'-h:i!l ' is "ff til" pn-.s.'- -'in II I n - i l i - . t i i b u t e d . i l a r l l i i ) : i (iut'i'i'iinr, Ci'i-icrnl M V I T K Y I N ' A , Diirma, Jan. 23 i i.l'i Tlic l i r « t I'imvdy of tnn:ks t o . i . ' i n y war snp|iliv.s to C h i n a in twn inn! a h a i r yi-iim wiis reaily to li'iivi- her" t n i l i i y f o r Kniiminj; over I lit- New Lcdo mini, declared nf- l i c i a l l y iipcli t n m i l i t a r y t r a f f i c . Lt. Cell, l i a n i o l I. .Siitliin, comm a n d e r ul llic I i u l i a - B n r n i i i theater a n m i n n c i - i l l u s t I n f i l l I l l i i l I h e road h a i l liccn ile.-ired f,f .Inpancsc I r o n p s a n d was i-eiiilv lo h a n d l e ' ' i i n v n y H . | The f u l l nf the rhincse bonier I t o w n of W a n t i n j - eliminatt'd lh(! ( h i H f r e m a i n i n g ob.'itacle lo m i l i t a r y The i onvoy p r e p a r i n g to leave on the f i n a l lej; of its winding j i n i r n e y of inure t h a n 1.1)00 miles t h r o u g h moiuiliiinoiis j u n g l e a r rived In M y i t K y i n a hist week a f t e r i uvering Ihe 2(i-mile .stretch I r o m I h e \vcHlcni t i ' r m l n i i f t al Ivedti. Nnsial into Navy; | Hits World Champs fcT. I.OIMS. .Inn 211 (.T' l i n l i i i - ilnn of S t u n M u M i i l i n l n n i i v y mini" ih" 111"! ilcnt in t h e : . l : i l h r | ' j l l i r i l p " I I I I " \ M , l l , | i l i i i i i i j i i . i l i S t . Unils I ' l i i i l l n n l n i n n l u l l y n r Tin' liint r c R i i l i i l t o I r i i V " I I I " ' I n l i «UlJillll' ! InU'llcr.'i, \ V I I H Lull K l i ' i l l . f n - H h i i u i i i M'cnml l i i i s i ' i n i i n \ v l u i Julned »i" i-i'iml K i n i i ' i l l u » l « ' i n l " i Illis ln«." r i i l l i i w i - i l 111" I n i l i n t i ' i n ul plli-lirm l l u i v n i ' , 1 K I I . H I ai,,| M n r r v \)f CAGING SCORES II}' A S S ( K ' I A T K I ) I'KKSM " Hnnvn 71. I ' i . i v n l e u c e :ili. I t l c l n id fifi. V M li|i N n r l h C a l o l i l i a r,. r i. \Valu- l-'ine.'it lo\V(i Mi. I n i l l i i i n i M. HI. Uiillls I ' (W, SI I nine .|'J. M l c h l H a n s t a l e :,s A l b i o n :is Ohio S t i l l , - !ili I ' u i . h n - :ir. ( i e a l Lnk,.|, (Id. W I M - O I I I . I I I M. Upp,-r I,i\\-a -17, P i - i i n I : L Solllh I ' l n l n s a i n i v n i l Held l.lklnll' A A - M hll, P h i l l i p s I ' New M e x i c o 17, Texas Tech .';!' A m l i r u s e I I I . l-'ort Logan :I7. ! P h i l l i p s s i N l v - S i x lid. IMII I \\'ar fell 7. Lowrv l i v i d i l i c m c i 1 lir, K i l / . s i - tnous e e n e l ' a l h o s p l l n l Ml. i Try llr»l t S A N T A K K , J a n . 2.'i l/l' Cov. .1 .1. l l e m p s e y and 1,1 U r n . Ceorge ' I r n n e r t ol N.-,v Voi-k ha\'e reuew- "d 11 b i i y h i ' o d l i e m i l s h i p l i f t e r a l a p i I i l i m n ."ill years They '.""!·· children logi-lhcr in Iheir n a t i v e W h i t e Haven. I'll. The l i i - n c r a l came to New .\lex- leo on a l l o t l i c i a l v i s i l l o slates o l l l i c s o u t h e r n d e f e n s e c o m m a n d w h i c h i c c e n l l y were absorbed i n l o his r a n l i - i u c o m m a n d . l i e i l i p s e v e u t e i h u i i e e a l c i i r k L u l s i , m l ,1 ·! f u r l l r u n e r l and M a j H e n I l i e b i i r d l i o n o v a n . Hal- hn. c o m i u a n i l i i i " I h e e l g l i l h scr- vn !· i i m a l u l . Insl i i i g h l . i :en. ( ; i i n i c r l , w h o l e f l w l l h h i s s l u l f c u r l y t o d a y l o r ( i l t l a h o n i a r i l y , ran a \ v a v I n n n I le lo cu- h.-t for s e i v l i f i l l 111'- Spiimslc A u i c r i e a i i u a r I l l s eiislcl'n i l e l e n s e · · ' i i i i i n a n d l u i w i n c l u d e s 'HI s l a t e s a l l c.xi'cpt - i g h l fal' \ v c s l e r u s t a l e s N e ^ ' l o u n i l l a n i l . I c e l a n d . ,111,1 o l h c r m s t a l h i l l i i i m . Mesquile Seaman Is Listed Wounded M r a m i M l * C h a r l e s r i e v e l a i u l I l l i v e i ' . ha.s I M T I I «omuled. S e a m a n Oliver has u b r o t h e r als,, in t h e n a v y I t o l l i .sous were at home d u r i n g Hie r h i i s l s hohilays The l u - i i l l y llve.s Heal Mcs,|llilc. I'l.x.s ci.oTiiiMi ruin: ITT U ' A S I I l N i ' . T l l X , Jan ^:; i.-V Hold Riles for Crucen's Falher CravcsUU' services were held for \ V i l l l n i i i K. I ' h i i l i p s yesterday i i r t c r n o o n at :i o'clock in t h e Mason i c ci -lery, w l l l i Ilcv. r.eurpc \Voud in chnrfie. t: Inc. lo Lds Crtlccs in Kept. c i n l i c r . HM1, he made h l n lionie ! w i t h his w i n , N .H. Plillllps. and ; " a i n i l y . . l i e had been ill /or some l l n i ' a n d ilicd S u n d a y a f t e n i o o n a t t h e ni;e of 7'l in M e H r i d e h o s p l l n l . where he hail liccn a p a t i e n t off a n i l on since coming here. Report Collier to Be Replaced on Indian Job A I . H I I Q l l K I U i l l l C , .Inn. 23 l.Ti The A l b u q u e r q u e J o u r n a l saiu lo- illiy t h a t r i ' p n r t s were current t h a i .lohii Colliei w i l l resign as commissioner of I n d i a n a f f a i r s and t h a t W i l l i a m A Ill'nphy. A l b u q u e r - que, special i t l l o i ' i i e y for I h e Int e r i o r d e p a r t m e n t , is being considered for t h e p o s i t i o n . SOLON'S I I A V K IIIVA1.H HOISI':, l i l a h o , J a n . 2:i i/! 1 ' Slat' leghdatur.i salary $"i a day · comp l a i n a n e a r l i y r e s t a u r a n t is dis- p l a y i n g to,, p r o n i i e n t l y this s i g n : "U'ante,! dishwa.ihei' $S per day a m i board.' 1 nt ·ssi-iil ial ga Esta Noche y Miercoles Big Spanish Show 'CASA DE MUJERES' -- plus -THE L I V I N G DEAD wllli Eric von Slrohoim V»r« Rnlnlon-Richnrd Arlon JAPS BURY THOUSANDS OF CAPTIVES TAKEN ON BATAAN ESCAPEE TELLS LEGISLATORS I I ' , . I l l u m e d f r o m page I I i n my 111111,1 t h e rest ct my 111 1 d i c a m o! it at n i g h t " - I I I W h l l V u r v i \ f i l soldo i::il ·. ' d I I I I! i i t l n r i l l a Im- p e l s a n d l l / i i l i l s 'I'vIK ul Kscupo I I , · ! : . ! · . - 1, :,l "[ i t i ENDS TODAY GLORIOUS A D V E N T U R E IN NEW TECHNICOLOR "FRENCHMAN'S CREEK" wllh JOAN F O N T A I N E mid A R T U H O do CORDOVA WEDNESDAY ONLY SCREEN'S STRANGEST FaicinMting Story -- By Popular Request * -- HIT NO. 2 -SONGS -- MUSIC DANCES IN tECHNICOLOR "CONEY ISLAND" with BETTY GRABLE GEORGE MONTGOMERY CESAR ROMERO t l i M - t l by I ' . S. t o r . r . . Tiln'il I he . s i ' n n t y t'urr j i n i v u l i - i i p r i M ' i H - i s iiii.l he l o l i l ol AitiiTU-iUi-s l n ' i i i K I'ou-t'il \- u i i i k , u i u i r t - l u M i l i t , ; n n p *'!! t l l C i l n l l l ' l f \ v l l l K ' K ( ) - h i i i i - l n o t i - i l HVIT s l i i l l p o i l M l MH-JtJi A l i n i i r d tlu- t r u n s p n r l . t l » - A n i r r - \\-ni\x W.T.' lii-pl i n I hi- t i g h t l y n » v i-ii'.l IrnM w l i r n r v c r Ihcri- wits an i i i r a i i T t . lit- fiidil. Km- 1*0 tliiyjt Iho t i i n n - i n i i i i i f i l in l l u - l u ' U I , K"i la'.s ..I \ \ h u h \ \ o r i - pt'iU in p u r l Thrr.- \ui M . l i t t k w a t o r K I V . - I I t h e pu- M i n t - i . 1 t l i a t i l v \ ; l s iluli-d out by ( t i t - .-.poonlttl. l l « r a l i ! i .^i;.l Shout rrlsnttrr* In \ \ u t r r ( I I L ' ^ t l l t l l l ' I l \ \ l l l l I T i l V t l l ' l i . - S l l f l 1 I v en i\ I m t . ' h ,-ovi'i- \vtion t i n - s h i p u a h t i » i | » i - , t « ' i ' » l , llm-i' n«i iihlutn*. " K x i ' i i i! Ilium- lioya li;itl IMM-II yum .sons, y . ' i i u o i i l t l n ' l h a v e n v t i K i u r - n l i h i - m . " H ( » i » l » i n siml. Tin- .lap- a m s v . In- MIL I. n t i o l at t i n - pn.suit- i'i.s i n Hi,- \ v n l r r l l i a e l saul "Uie I'l^j^o.sl thliij; wa.H I h e h u n g e r Mint I hi' I h i i s t . Tlie Japan. 1 ,-.- ttin-i' litn-il up r i ^ h l i i H ' i i , in.'lu.liiiv a Nr\\ Mc\u-:in, n i u l Nliot I h i ' t t i l» ileulli in T r o n t ot in hroso ;^1 in the f " t l n - \ X SAFEWAY In '45 expect more for less at Safeway The items listed below are cx-___ ..'amples of why you can expect to save more at Safeway in "45. They 'are every day shelf prices, not "specials," which meansyou save .every day at Safeway. GAHDENSIDE -- no points Tomato Sauce... 71 oz, can 4c AVALON -- Natural Oils Sardines . . . IGoz.tinlQc CAMPBELL'S TOMATO Soup . . . 3 1IH oz. cans 25c DAILY HABIT Orange Juice .. 46 oz. can 49c ScolTissue . . . . roll 8c ·-.- .., y r--r 7, '· Soup'as youMike if! ( You'll find all the makings for delicious winter-time soup at ( Safeway, and for ideais on how, to prepare soups that have real taste-appeal.... readfthe Home-' makers column, i ' ' Town House Unsweelened GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46oz.can..28c ASSORTED FLAVORS JELL-0 . . . . reg. box 6c REAL ROAST PeanulBuller . . 21b.gls.45c PATAPASCO Apple B u i t e r . . 28 oz. gls. 19c KITCHEN CRAFT Flour !Qlb.bag48c Lard, bulk, in markei.. Ib. 18c OLD-FASHIONED VEGETABLE SOUP Fiimily-stylc favorite 2 Ib*. beef soup-bone or meat I'/j c"P* carr -nip strips 2 S t a l k S celery i cup finely 1 rnedium-siic on.on diced onion *·', cup thinly sliced celery \' t cup co.irsely j tsps. salt diced potato I'lnce souphonc in large kettle; add walcr; heat to Imilinc. Skim. Add coli-ry stalks, llic onion cut in half, and suit. Cook .slowly about \}'± hours. Strain. Add Hlic«I rolory, cnrrol strips, turnip strips, and dif.-(l nnion and potato. Cook uncovered 30 mm- ntcs longi-r, or until veRL'tablt-s are just tt-ndi.'r. Scrvr -hot. .St'rvts G, allowing approximately 1 cup per servhiR. LIMA BEAN CHOWDER Try this with cabbage salad Pick nvcr and wash benns. Soak in water to cover 6 to 8 hours or cvi-riiiglU. Do not dnun. Plore U-iiiw in'-1-qt. kettle; ndd enough walt-r to cover; cook, covered, until tender, nljout 1.' · to 2 hours. Mash. Add onion, carrots, celery, and seasonings. Cook u n t i l vegetables an- tender, about 20 minutes. Add milk and parsley, heol lo boiling. Serves G. allowing about I cup per serving. SOUP POT TIPS Though KOuphoncs may \K scarce, the bones from roasts and other cuts of meat may Iw used lo prepare a stock for vrf-etablr- soups. To tidd flavor, the lops or outer leaves of vegetables may be ndiled to tins stock. They should be strained out before using the stock as a basis for soup- These vegetable soups may lw made heartier by adding rice or barley to the soup slock. When serving soup HP the m a i n dish of a meal, «?R|xirijilly for supper, it's a good t h i n g lo have a double amount, for it takes lots of it to satisfy a heallhy appetite. Add slices of frankfurters, bits of lunch meat, dim! ham or other cold meats to your favorite cream of vegetable soup to make a hearty wholemeal soup. Such n soup is ideal in the thermos for packed lunches. CELERY, Utah . . . Ib.l5c ORANGES, fancy Arizona . . Ib.lOc IDAHO HUSSET . · POTATOES, in mesh bag... 10 Ibs 49c I PEAK OF THE SEASON i LETTUCE,Arizona Ib.lOc ! TOMATOES - from Mexico. I BELL PEPPERS-thick, meaty. i GRAPEFRUIT--Fancy Texas. ! CAULIFLOWER - Snowball heads. i BROCCOLI--Dark green heads. I FEW SATISFY LIKE MELLOW FHESH AIRWAYI ! AIRWAY COFFEE . Ib.l9c i 1 A LUXURY BLEND AT A THRIFTY PRICE j NOB HILL COFFEE . . . . Ib. 21c I EXPERTLY BLENDED FROM FINEST COFFEES I EDWARDS COFFEE . . . . lb.25c DRIP OR REGULAR GRIND · SCHILLING'S COFFEE... Ib. gls. 32c GERBER'S -- Assorted Varieties I « DEL MONTE LARGE 4}oz.can 7c __ DRIED APRICOTS.. 11 oz. pkg. 35c GUARAHmo MEATS 1 MARGARINE, Sunny Bank.. Ib. 17c HGKHHHHMMMBHHVa^HH^Bi Government Inspected and Graded Utility Veal ROAST POINT FREE ARM CUT Ib. 19c STEAK POINT FREE ROUND or CUTLETS Ib 3flc J O I N T H E M A R C H O F D I M E S FIGHT J A N U A R Y 1 4 - 3 ! Remember, regardless uC cut or price, nt Safeway your every moat purchase musl please you or your money will be refunded in full. LOIN -- GRADE A LAMB CHOPS lb.52c WHOLE SMOKED PICNICS . lL30c CHUCK OR ARM -- GRADE A BEEF ROAST lb.2Sc GRADE A BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK . . . . lb.38c FRESH BULK PORK SAUSAGE . . . . lb.33c GRADE A BEEF SHORT RIBS Ib.l7c LEAN GROUND BEEF lb.24c Miscellaneous Needs LOOSE-WILES CRACKERS 21b.box36c DUCHESS SALAD DRESSING... 32 oz. glass 38c STRACH, Linii IZoz.boxlOc DUTCH CLEANSER. 214-oz. cans 151 Woodbury Facial Soap. 4 reg. bars 24| LUX Toilet Soap 3bars20i Sierra Pine Toilet Soap. 2 reg. bars 13i] Oxydol granulated soap. 24 oz. box 23c| Su-Parb gran, soap . . 24oz.box21c| MANCHESTER ,i APPLE JUICE 12oz.btl.10c CANTERBURY . ·; TEA, Orange Pekoe . . 4oz.box22| RAISINS, Market Day.. 2 Ib. bag 24c RITZ Butter Crackers.. 16 oz. box 25c TOMATOES, Gardenside 19 oz can 12c Save on everything . , , (hop at Itafeway ; i gel Ihy t i.uiUi-tl to cs w i l l S;vo you VIHI l.uv . . . imtl i e ;it Snlrmiv. l»ut quality fmuls i-.- you, or j u SAFEWAY

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