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jte' MC MCE FOUB Las News Tueriay Afternoon Fubruiry 8, 194S RESCUER HELPS AT BAPTISM ; Big Leagners Pity at Harbor to Open Pacific Tour 1 £EARL HAHBOR. peb. e i TJ\e navy's all-big league baae- baJtlsquad, us a prelude to ltd tour i of..(he Pacific f i g h t i n g fionl, plays ' : Feb. 8 again.il t h e a r m y air forpe of the Pacific or-erin ana i which U atari Hprinkk-d l i b e r a l l y ' ' fc major league- .'itara. j it. Bill Dickey, navy tt-am mini-; BgSr, «aid t h a t his nquaj wcdiM : depart soon a f t e r the game for a which will talir* it to the Imlbi, UiiHin, H a l p a n , Jjcylc j arifl possibly A u s t r a l i a . ! ''All major Ira^"? t:\n\m except : the Boston Red Snx and Ui H I . · R Cardinals arc rcpreKcnti'tl on tlie squad which is Hplil into two . ! for P x h i b i l i o i i H for the f l t f i i l - i Ing 1 men In the forward an-an. The f l u b s h»ve been rle.slgnaicd 19 iht; third und f i f t h lift-1A b u t Ihey w f r e not chnhcn by their n n - t Oregon Cage Star Passes 400 Nark To Lead Scorers j NEW Y O H K , Kb., B Wi ; I.I. Cnl. H e n r y A. Mum ( I f f ! ) , u-lio led American Rangers and Sbarp-.shnulmj; hn.-h W i l l i l n s of l - ' i l i p i n o c u e n i i l i i s in rp..ruinjj ftl.'i A m e r i c a n priKoners from y Jap- UK* U n i v e r s i t y n\ O r e y c t n - i (*«··(!. iuii'M- prisMi camp a' Cahimiitiiaii nn 1,0/011, lakes p a r t in the bap- '100-p'iint i n a i h 1,'i.Ht week i n ! li.Mii n! ii F i l i p i n o baby al Uoiiiiim-lJo(|iik|. C t i t h u l i c priest .Jesus l i n i n g In* No 1 K p u l in th" j Sisnn ( r e n t e r ) com] lie I:; the MTV-JIT and Ihe biiby is held by Capt. n a t i o n a l cn|le;l:ili' i u d i v i d i m ) h i g h ; .lainej. C, Fisher of A M i n K K m , Va.. Medical nffit-or, who had dclivcr- Hi'urliif; U N l i f L b n l t J J K T . j t . t | the baby the day previous ( A l * W i r e p i i o l u ) . The P a c i f i c northwest, s t a r lo.««ed j " ill ;tf» j m m l H IIH hi.H t e a m H p l i t " . | i I ' / r . I \; i\ i · r- t w o - g n n i e M I U H w i t h W i i M n n K l n n Zl MctHOd'S Ol Ul l\ f ' J I ' M CXI CO ,S( J Tm 'ci «»","!!! '""" " "|/l/r Vcld'nns with Sons in llie Service ; (jeorge M i k a n . of t h e l p a n l ! c(*ond pirn i- by nt or nif; -in pmiit.* t t f r f t l n M Nohv I ' , , i n - i i m l J ' u r . l i i r l , chinb lo ;i(iO p n i n t u ni 17 f ; f i n i i - M . 'Heave Ho' Didn't Go Out ivith Sailing Asserts Chaplain-Cousin of Crncens The salty phra.se "heave-ho" did not go out with the sailing ship, according l' Chaplain Fred W. Afarsh in a recent letter to his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles K n i g h t , 520 West Court avenue. And ju.st because a fellow is a member of Uncle Sam'.s Amazing xea f i g h t i n g force in no reason lie's not occasionally a promising subject for anybody'.*) favorite sea- iiekness cure. Chaplain Marsh, aboard a newly commissioned .ship in the Pacific, writes that this atrange sickness also is no respecter ol strjpes--.the captain took to his cabin a short t i m e a f t e r the .ship .started its first long voyage. j "Perhaps he was just resting," ' he wrltfcH. Inval lo his chief. | The side bay gradually fills up \»K a long voyage gets well under I way," he writes, and empties in a [ f e w m i n u t e s once liind is flighted. j Chaplain .Marsh U-ll.s a thrilling j story of an emeiRcncy appendec- · aboard the rolling 1 ship, sav- taken ill on a merchant vessel that came alongside. The sailor's appendix had burst the day before, but the operation was a complete success--despite the fact that he also points out that al times on their ship it is almost impossible to take or receive Holy Communion, due to the heavy roll. The chaplain has been extremely lucky d u r i n g his period of service in the navy, meeting up with many close friends, acquaintences and classmates on his travels. j i n g the l i f e of a sailor who had Bervir(1 Las Cruces Soldier Is Reported Wounded Mrs. DoIIif? Aaron of North Sixth St. was notified by the war department today that her husband Pfc. A l f r e d A. Aaron, had been ilightly wounded in action in Belgium, J a n . 39. Pfc. A;iron_ who has been overseas since .September, worked with the I n t e r n a t i o n a l Boundary Com- ·i 'here before entering the Wife Pleads for Condemned Private VANCOUVER, Wash., Feb. 6 Wl -- The 25-year-old wife of an army private sentenced to be hanged for refusal to bear arma stood staunchly by him today as she sought desperately some way to save him from the gallows. 'It isn't that he doesn't want to ve his country." said Mrs. Grace Weber. "Its just that he has a deep- seated view against killing his fellow man. The army has Jtnown that all along." She exprtr»s«u amazement that the .army had not notified her of uie aentn sentence against her hus- band, Pvt. Henry P. Weber, 27, at Camp Roberts, Calif, -· .-, Going away, coming home, having a party? Please telephony the 3un-News- Esta Noche y Miercoles Big Spanish Picture "El Padre Morelos" plus Merry Mad Monkey Shines! Wednesday - Thursday 2--BRAND NEW .HITS--2 PLUS NEW CARTOON ENDS TODAY: "HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN" with 50 Stars! SANTA KK. F.-lj. II c/l'i S..Ii , | ] i - i « ' I c c i f l l i i l l i i n I K r r i - i - l v l n i ; i l u r r i i r L s k l c n i l u j r i r n i i n t h e idfilr'.^ 2'l .·il'lHlllll's. u h u III'C I M I l t c l H ' ' ! l l V 2 1 M l . l l . s I n I l l l - H t ' C V i n ' . PORTS 1ANTS in en i'i M.i.iniiN, ,111. j.i-rvl:r; Hniry L. EIIKIT. T u r u n i r i n i , one son in servlci'; (i. W. K v n i m , AlH^ditli'iui. t w « .sons in KCI-- VH-C. nnr nf them l u s t ; Clauik- ( J i i n i l i l i ' , CliiviH, vi-tcran nl' \\'orkl War I; I.i-omirii C. H i n n . A l h n i n M - r n ; Klilni-y c;ittliir. Cll- ii (if AVar 1. one Him in l V « r 1. S.'ii .(nin, T u r n e r ..f S. " i l y in a vrlcrai' of the l i r ^ l \vnrlil bi-ni, vfil ivjir :itul K p i t n l . ' i h - A m e r i c a n w a r . ;ici vice; - i r n a l i n 1 \j C. ( i i n i i , A l b u n i i ' T q i H 1 , ij. p. H u l l , Audio, I wo sons in ,'.!L.I In t!ie .service (-ii-inr to t h e p i c - ; sei-vlm;; A r t h u r l-\ Jones, PtirliUes, n-ii! war and Mmply ti-t'in.s l i i n i - u\- ( ) SOIIH in service; F i l l b e r t d ·.ell HH n veU-riui. [ Miieslfis, ICspinuiia, one-son in BCI- ()!' the ^l!i I I C M I H - niunibri-H «lx u n - i vice; U. T. A!i:\VlilrtiT. M o u n L a i n a i r ,-el.-iHiif nf World U'ar I, one a i «IIH- HOU in service; Elmer II. n - l r n i n nf th.- c u r r e n t w a r . Cil- | Moore, LIIH Vegas, one son in sere r t i v d y , t i n y h a v e l a hoyn i n t i n - 1 v i c e ; Jiuues Morrow, R a t o n , vet, . i n n e , | K f i v i i i - M , oin \ V A C and one j ,.,·,,,, ,,r W^rld Wur I, two sons in N K W Y O H K . Keb (1 f/I'i T u t n | \ \ ' A V K I 41 r v i , ,. Lleh, win. oner propped h u i l d i n K j n,.,.«,-,; , ) ,, . r o l l ( ., ( n n ) Ji( , mi |e vets ' J u a n I'acbeco'. Cl 1 n t u l l a t h i ' f . s of vel.n: \\. 1C C l a i l u - , C i i l l u p , "ne H I H r l i M . h;ir|;e.I J r o n i wrvice. Tdin ClnH- n n a i h l e i i c "i' i i l l - u t - M h i l c i n . s h l u h u M H from Mill I d l i n g t h e best fno|1i;ill n i t t e r l n ) , nnw CHIHI-K up w i t h a ir'.v lilea f u r eijiialix.la,; K i i , h (·()in)ielllliin a l l e r Hie w a r . . . Toin'H |ini|»i(ial. l i i l e l l y , in l l n i l Cfinfeicm eh .slninlii m l n p t p l a y e r I t m l l H , IIH In Itn....'))!!!!: a t the a t a r i i of tllo »,.,,»,,,,, eael, |,,,,ll,,,ll enaeh'.S',, , - , - j , ' Or . s ,)( WOllli) t u r n In hl.i t.i{iiiiil I l K l a n i l ] ''' * ' l ' in .service, one of t h e m lo.st; H i t r !on l i o i n ' h . HillHhnro, two sons in m - r v i c r ; R n y Slrlngfellovv. Raton, ,. , ,. , ,,. , , i "in" 1 "'!! in service; John W. Turner. ,,,,,. S a n l a l - e . vclcn.n of ^""'Itl | slh .,. r f . j t y i V ( ; l ( , r ( 1 I I of W ( i r M W(|r Win 1. une M M I in K i - r v i i - e ; .1. A . . J , u|l | S | n i n i H h - A m e r i i - a i i w a r , one tU'cIl (( l)((llh .S' · n r - n i ,,«·· n « I , i ·'· ' '· r f ' s I i''li o f Freed fiff lll'hlMl. line I,, limvl HI ..... · IV- ! W I T H T I I F , .SIXTH A H . M V . Lu-'pis. »U't». In i t r n l i oil all the a v a i l , j ,,,,, K ,.|, ; , , | i,.| n ye,| i I.TI T h r e e ! "Our n-Heners h a i l lit two lion(Ible l i n i t l n i l l i n a l e n a l . eanyni): i i l | , , i y a i,,,,,,, . Nru . M,. S I,.,, ,,,, ..... n- nivs nm.su Hie ronil m a r k i i i B the ·quiill ill HI) ami j.lay.n,; ahum .'III I ,,.,,,,, K , Pas,,, T,, x . lire a i n o n K n i n e | e.-ieape route. All of us will t h i n k niUl. T h e l"iy» who iln mil p l a y are A m e r i e a a x who are al a rest e n n u i ! of I how I w n flre.i as torches of dilated out "! eoni['hh \vniliil r e a l t y i l « Ih-'m gixul " ' so i ( K H ' ^ ' ne'* .'iimlhei- n m | l,..|ly Cm l^tt* t f l l t n g mi h i i M H i - l f n l Uic bn bkll w r l l r i V d i n n e r , , . One ,,, K .,, ,',,., ,,.,,,,,,,. ,,,,;, ,,,. w l ^ f L y ' x ( l i i t i i - H us n - i - i v a l i n i i d i n - . - j . . , . , . ] tir lor n ' t n i l t i i t l i r s u r v l v i n j ; Hie r ' . , l u p H nf .Itipntir.s,. ,,n.s.m r i n n l t s . ; They a t e S-S^I;. H u b e r t I). ' i i i n p l H ' I l i t n d D a v i d r i m n ' z , l t l h · I A l b i u p i e n t u e ; 1'fc H u l p h Hod- ^'|' H ,',",',, , 0 p u i v i ( j ( , nurM . s *·,,,., m i l i t a r y and c i v i l i a n needs was i n l v t i c a l c i l l o d a y by Dr. Thomas i r e c i t m n as Ion W O I ' I . I J DltAI'T N T U S K S WASHINGTON, Feb. 0 \JT\ "we J i m l t e I h e Inl.s. Mv rtialie Hie neat inl.H.si 1 .-, ' m u m ] ) i i - | I m i f l l m l l t ; a i u . ' K . . I n on.- l o t i c h I nil- liift H i i n u i i ' - r v n t.|j; pildnT ; ivalkcd in t h e w m n n i ^ HIM l l i v n ! IftAlll'd lo tin 1 ] l u t e 1 p i o t e s l C,i- ! ' decision . . . " 1 J u M Mil ; Itm," miy.s l ^ e l t y " ' h r 17 y i - m s been saying iimplti-.'s m ,- Jtlnd. .xo u l u t t l u i v r \ M | | ^-ui 11. soiripl«ln idiont *." " · I n r i ! ' I h t M M r t l i ni D n i l l i . ut h i e n ( ' a m p j N l r |,c;i!th service. i n n ! ;i! r a l u u i i i l i i i i n prison n » i n I -v v l i l d i I l l e y \ \ i - r c le.sciicd. ( M Die M : M ' 1 1 u ] i v a t h , t b e i r " . \ ] i n l 1,'» Ti..l»y t h e y had us .nil i p t i l l :i!l n n i t I n t i l l l l ^ M l t t l . s l n i i i l i n t i n 1 M I K a l l t l i i y . Si-vt-nil g e n e r a l of tin 1 ]ui- i-il THI: n rr TItllll lilli! rnti.Di.i*,, u l u i l i a v e college b a k c l b H l l irnin.x m hfe;Hii-ky l i i o i i n l a i i i . s . a i e i i - m l u ^ ·V(*r n '!U!C'!!eil K » H : e \ \ h h l i i m i y to i t i l f ; r n l t i . - . in nnn;:!iK a f o r t h . N t ' A A t u u n i a t u . ' n t ..·Clllck Kvnn.v u t m M t y s ji,. ,,,.. ··plrlsc.! up 1 1 .Inrin*; n m i i l . - r t il n i l his y c a r j ol null', dnt-sn t ihc tin- W i t y the t n i i i u i ^ pro-, l u i v t - *IWn i n t o t h a t h u M t . . f i n . k out t h a t ji.ilf i,-. Die i . n i v HMli- 111 \ \ h l i h 11 is t n u M i t c i r t i .vui',1 SSI.- 1.. "ie.M,;n" 5-year-old Record Iroken in Nex. Race CITY. I'Yh fl I.Ti f01-yrnr. t .|il i,., ,,|,l ««, \v!|.,.,l ,,u! f Uic- l u r i n g IV. .in| hiH.liB y v s l r l - l l a i l i r l T i n - , d l u , , l m i , , l , c W 5 U ^ fl M- il, i,. i m t i - i iiii- I J 4 m i l l It M t t , v H.il. \\'ii(li- al U|K'. M ' U l t . X V I I V |.:irl I I ! A l i i ' fbo. 4ti;i Mfiulr »pplll1'lli:\ irt !.]ii i latint: in \ \ i n i m i K i r i i l i i M - it»vT.i al A l l l | H u l l » i i u i l i III* A i n . ' l i . a i . Thr A i m - i l i n i i jo, kr.v l i n m i l ni K t h l n l l m i i ; l i l l i - n t u i o l i i i i i n | . l i iieritny hy I T I I I I I I I I K I»UIIP K.- pnlird I K . H I ^ I I . X a l l . a i t ..| l.v Ut* tn tin t'tiii'.i .it- ].\ i.i.-u. i .1. IAGING SCORES ui ,, B.v A K H I M ' I A T K I I TIIKS.S UBlmmn M. .Mi.s»i*»ip|i! Sli.l. ft. M a r y s 4\, ' « n i | i 11,-lnrk 0 j bclilcin K l n l i - (111 K r u l i i , k \ Mi ffniia K l i i n nil. MI.SXIU: ;:i Vjr llrtl lo jrl II In ('ni(M. R H':u tl San I ' V l l i a l l . l o xvv HIXV M l i n l l r l l ll.UT.ir u , m . i x i - , 1 i n n ilaw. i l i m l i V l o I l l i n l , HI t : i l k ' l ' i ' i i i M i i f ; H :m,l s:ii,| ..ii,,. a n A n i f i i i - a n [ ' I n n . ' l l r u ii\'n a n i l i l i i . j i p r . i j a in.v.Mii;|. " H i l l I I I , - .!.,]!» ...«» il j l a l l i n I h l ' \ a l i l a l h i }ih k,'l l! u p Am ;.uir I l i i - v \\'nillit l i i l X ' , - .-.hot u "up." Ili.-v s.,,,1, ' ' ' '| "Who,, t i n - U:,n K ,-rs o a n i r . n n u i y X X , - I , - xv.,,1::,,; lo ,;,, :,, |,,.,|. «,,,,,',. | I h i ' i r , I n l l u i i j - o i l Tlii-y i l u l n ' l s t o p ! l o s r a h a i - . y l l i n i K . hill J U K I ·MM o u t I l l i - K i l t . - .Xonir o | I I I , - l , r , l p . l l l v n t s . t»'o :ii..i ; !)i-. ;·.-! i.: a n i l I. I..-,: a l l t i l , - x\-:iy l . a i k \ i i t l i Id,- i,.t ..r 1 HAVE YOUJl AFTERNOON DRINK AT THE EL PATIO NOW OPEN DAY and NIGHT Tor Pixy liom« Inbrleft- tl,«i of cnm. trucks or f n i n i i'iul|:nlont. Knfly to fill --J7-OU1IC9 3.69 R A Y ' S P A R K Texaco Service Station MESILLA PARK PHONE 493-J2 Why not let old-time home baked favorites make hearty winter meals appetizingly different? All the ingredients are here at Safeway -- tops in quality, but low in price. The · Homemaker's Column in this ad will give you some good reliable baking tips. KITCHEN CRAFT F L O U R . . . M.. bag $120 HARVEST BLOSSOM FLOUR . . . Hlb.bagU.14 GOLD MEDAL FLOUR . . . 2Slb.bagU.32 HARVEST BLOSSOM F L O U R . . . . Illlb.bag44c CAKE FLOUR 44 oz. box SWANS DOWN . . . 26c CAKE FLOUR SOFT AS SILK . . . PRE-MIXED FLOUR 40 BISQUICK . . . . . . . 31c PANCAKE FLOUR 40 oz. box SUZANNA . . . . . . . IGc PANCAKE FLOUR , 40 oz. box AUNT JEMIMA . . . 25t FAMILY FLOUR 10 Ib. bag KITCHEN CRAFT. .48c KITCHEN TESTED FLOUR 10 Ib. bag GOLD MEDAL . . . . 56c 44 oz. box 40 oz. box Baking tips for good eating. i , RICH BISCUIT DOUGH For rolls and coffee cakes 2 eupt a l t - p u r p o s e f l o u r ' 6 Ibips. »horttn!n b 3 t*p*. b a k i n g powder / 1 egg M t t s p . i a l t ' M i l k Sift flour; measure; and sift again with boltjng powder nnd salt. Cut in shortening until it is us fine as corn meal. Break egg into measuring cup; beat with fork; nnd ndd enough milk to make n cup liquid. Add lo flour mixture; slir with-fork until all of flour is dampened. Turn out on lightly floured board. This basic dough is suitable, for almost every imaginable type of roll or coffee cake. For example: CINNAMON NUT ROLLS Use Rich Biscuit Dough Above. Roll duugh )/ inch'thick; spread with 2 tiiblc- spoons softrned butter and sprinkle with 'i lea- spoons cinnamon and !^' cup nugiir. Roll up as jelly roll and cut in ',' inch slices. .Sprinkle a few coarsely chopped nuts, in the bottom nf ;« well- Unkc Sir moderately hot oven H-o^l'"-) for about BEAR CLAWS Use Ricli Biscuit Dough Above. Roll dough '( inch thick; sprinkle wjlh ' -', cup firmly packed brown sugar, 1 tablespoon Hour mixed wilh 1 teaspoon cinnamon, and !j cup seedless raisins, lioll up as for jelly roll; cut in '2 inch pieces, Hat ten out. Slash one folded edge at inch intervals to within ' -'. inch opposite side using srissors- i'hre on baking pun. Bake in moderately hoi oven (H!5"F.) for about 15 minutes. , TEA R I N G Use Rich Biscuit rou«h Above. Roll dough },' ini-h thick: spread with jam. jelly or fruil und nut mix lure. Roll up a.s jelly roll; place on girawd bilking pan hnnjjihg ends I,,- gethor. Slash with scissors from outside almost to renlcr about every '2 tin-ties. Bake in moderately but oven (42fi°F.) "for about IS minutes, la- when cooled with powdered sugar and milk frosting. ^rfev Stiff tray jUaerrf llamfmakers' Bureau Howdy --' with chunks Peanut Butler 2 Ib. gls. 45c Kraft's -- poinl free Powdered Milk . . 8 oz. pkg. 27c Del Monte Diced -- no poicts Beets . . 16 oz. gls. 14c Campbell's Vegetable -- no points Soup 11 oz. can 13c Van Camp's -- tomato sauce Baked Beans .. 17% oz. can 14c Breast of Chicken Tuna 7 oz, can 31c Dinette -- no points Mixed Vegetables . 19 oz. can 16c Daily Habit -- no poinls Orange Juice . . . . 46 oz. can 49c Orange Pekoe Tea, Canterbury . . . 4 oz. box 22c Toilet Soap Camay '.. 3 reg. bars 20c All Purpose Ivory Soap . 1J oz. bars, 3 for 29c \4Vz oz. can Dutch Cleanser 2 for 15c NBC Premium Crackers . . . 2 Ib. box 36c Busy Bakers Crackers 2 Ib. box 34c Ground at Purchase Coffee, Nob Hill . . . 1 Ib. bag 21c Drip or Regular Coffee, Edwards .. 1 Ib. gls. 25c HAWRAUV FRfSH PRODUCE K r f x l i f n i i t f ttnil twintUunj; iv ORANGES, Arizona Sweets, Ib. 9c U. S. No. 1. B size POTATOES, 10 Ib; mesh bag. 49c SWEET POTATOES - Kilndried Porlo Ricans CARROTS - Clip top, no waste LETTUCE -- Arizona, solid heads LEMONS -- Full oi juice GR. CHILI -· Long green CABBAGE ·· Solid crisp heads CAULIFLOWER -- Arizona, Sno-ball SAFEWW GUARANHfD MEATS Every hit of Suft'wny meul--recartlleKs of i-ut or price--is guaranteed to plea, you. Yuur money rcfuntluU 111 full ii you arc- not cornpk-tcly satisfied. Grads A Whols Leg o' Lamb ---- Ib. 3Sc Shoulder Cuts, U.S. Govi. Insp. Utility Grade (no poinls) . Ib.ISc . Ib. 37c . Ib. 38c . Ib. 35c Veal Roast . . Grade A Beef Round Steak . Grade A Beef Sirloin Steak . Fresh Sliced Beel Liver . . Pure Meat Bologna . . . . lb.32c Chuck Grade A Beef Roast . . . lb.25c Rib Chops Uliliiy, no points Veal Steak . . . lb.29c Fresh Bulk Sausage . . . . Ib.31c Pure Lard, in bulk . . Ib.ISc WHAT A D//=FE#ENCE/4ND IMf? / IN THE LAST WAR 11 ts WOUlO Buy 10 103 OF SUGAR -AND YOU WDUION'T \ HMt AMV C/4AHOB LH / NOWADAVS, THAT SAME 12 65 WttL / Bur you to LBS OF SUGAR PLUS I SUCH FCXXJ8 AS BftBO ANOSOUP AMD V ' PCAS AND COffit *.ND LARO AMD CIAtAL X^ANO CAHHtP TOMATOES AND MOODLtS! Look for the O. P. A. Ceiling Prlte llttt In Store*! And don't Itc-iii.iic (a »*k ntwut prill's . . , RNMl mrrt.liiinU-imnr lo kii-i- (hem itt t-ciliiit; ·' k«« 'Dial's ivir wav Id avoid Uifl I «f SAFEWAY \

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