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PAGE FOUR Us Wednesday Afternoon February M. IS Nelson Noses Out Hard-luck Harold U Golf Playoff By SKII'I'KH J'ATIiK'K NEW OKLEAX8. Fell 14 I^I'i : Byron Nelson $l,:::{3.:i.{ I-K-IH-J for hta BpnsatiniiHl w i n in Uu- ,\Vw : Orleans open \vn* r»u I I J H w t t y tn the M i i t f i i K H i p f i i tfiilf '"»Kt 1'iclny where he hopTM to c r m t i m x - Jn.s ))irf for 11 new a l M i n » - t o u r n a m e n t record In thi- J,\noo Gulfjiort open. The Tulfdo. ().. istnrn'.v-iwm golfer annexed Jii« f o u r t h t o u r n a - ment victory of I lie w i n t e r K f i i non in t r i m m i n g H a r d - L u r k Harold i J n j j i M f S j J i i f J c n . l-y f i v i - alrokr.s in (in I B - h o l e p!ny-o(f yesterday ami m'cd.H ( i n l y two more wlnjj to lit- t h e icford m-t ny J ; r n my Iman-l, of H I H I M M J I , T-\ , In 1940. NVlHon K;IW u r i c "( Hi'- Kn-:i1"Kt exhibition.s in w i n n i i i f i 1h- p l a y Off over Mr.'.Spmk-n on ;i *"Kt-'V ' course n i J i f l c h t - i t v y I'.v i i ' i i i l r ; i i n h His rani WH.S :i2-:i:j or, j o r ih«- is liolen and hi- plnyd p r H . v l ! · » · - to-gn't-n K I I | ! on f i l l liul on*- h u l l He liad '-i^'lll l»;nj;cs. jn-v-n p;uh and iiu- boficy. MrSp;nJfn'.'- ] - u m l f r - p : i r .'.'l-.M 70 -wax M-VIT up to NVl.«im n i t e r the t l i l n ] Jn»l". N"lnmi'« v i c t o r y in t i n - N.-w Orleans Open l i l i o j ' l c i ] 111;; f i i i n l l i ^ ' . H for 1iH. r i tn $T,2(ifiii,'i in w u r l n u i d M ( n i a t u r i l y v a i u c , t PORTS LANTS ll.v l l i : i l l I'I'l.l.KltTON', .III. N K W Y O l t K , IVb. M Hfi t h e - i.ollege a t h e l t i i I'roin Uai" A r b n i t I ' i i l h l e t i c directoi the -II]||'|;I-K to cfilnl. e l l f l b i l i l . V e o i n m i l l e l i i o i n l H out Unit I h , lor f, K"i SHOUTS A N D SIIKI.I.S lla.« t ' i r i H ' d |o iilione eallj; l l myji a m a j o r i t y of cai .vi-ll i ' i i u i | M i i ' d l o r bo-.in K . I Yanks Battle to I Clear Manila as jCavite Captured f Continued tfOiti page 1) crfiHHt-d the I'a«itf on I h e eastern i-dtfe of M a n i l a nrul skirted the d c v f i s t i J t e d batik- pit of the 37th, plunged it" t h f way went to M a n - ila buy yf-.st.crday t h r o u g h subur- han PH.HH.Y, Bel'iv,- J'axay, thf 1 Hh a i r b o r n e division nt Maj. Gen. JIM. M. HwliiK s n u f f e d out all enemy rt- s i s t a n f - t * Jit N i c h f i l f i a i r f i e l d . Other cleiiu-nLs c a p t u r e d Cavile, Sel/i- Jap A i r Supplies That n a v a l haw, which t h e A r i i ' - r i r i n i ' i dejUmyed prior to ab- a n i l u n i n K M a n i l a w i t h o u t a f i p h t lad- in lirre.mber. 1!)-11, yieldM ]d em-my .scaplanc.s mid a batti.-ry f ) n [ i n M n n i l i -d lii y, Japan's ; : i v i l i ; if Corretfklor | t h e y ui Expect FDR to Report to People On Crimea Pact (Continued from page 1) may reflect important estimates of future, m i l i t a r y developments by the Big Three. He expressed conviction that it had nothing to do w i t h Russia's plans for possibly entering the war against Japan. He described it as probably the earliest date at which the leaders thought the con- ferenee c/rjuld Jji; railed in view of the m i l i t a r y .situation. XVar in Kuropi; Over by Tlien? Jf there is any hope that the major battles for Germany may be finished by that time, however, ijyrnes did not indicate it. The m i l i t a r y chiefs, he said, "do not m i n i m i z e the possibility of collapse in Germany" but I ' x l H of Corregklor j t h e y are c o u n t i n g only on fighting tons of bombs j to the b i t t e r end "with greater co- onummicjue dis- j operation t h a n has ever before -x- Pel Bulldog Kills Quid as Mother Fights to Save 11 LOS ANGELES, Feb. 14 UB -A f r a n t i c struggle by a mother and grandfather to wrest a 21- month-nkl girl from the grip of a pet bulldog- at their hrmie last night wa.s futile and the baby was killed. When the child, Marguerite Theresa Derdenger, attempted to stroke the dog's back the animal turned on her and clamped its jaws tit the base of her ntck, Mrs, Drucilla Derdenger, the girl's mother told police. Jlr.s. Derdonger and the child's g r a n d f a t h e r , Albert Lange, fought for several., minutes to loosen the dog's grip but when Marguerite f i n a l l y was freed It was too late. Police .said the mother asked Charge Girl Has Eight Husbands SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. i:t--UP) --A Jones Prairie, Tex,, girl with eight husbands, perhaps a ninth, is under arrest in Eugene, Ore., and hag confessed obtaining more than §4,600 in allotment uhucki the federal bureau of investigation announced today. H. C. Van Pelt, assistant' agent in charge of the FBI here, said the girl, whom he identified as Vilma Soberly, 26, had used 27 othei names and had been at various times a blonde, titian and brunette d u r i n g her matrimonial career. Vilma told the FBI none of her six service husbands---five navy enlisted men and an army private --knew of her other marri; She is under indictment in Sac- that the five-year-old dog, named | ramcntn. Calif., on a eharge Woof, be destroyed. The hild's father, Staff S ? t. Charles P. Derdenger, is .stationed at C;:mp Barkeley, Tex. n.sage nes s t r a f e d eni'i · a t a a n p e » n s u l a . in- Vcli I'otl A I N ' T K\ T ; K Y T H I \ ; o t h e r ' d;.y Ihis 'Minn . . F i n n i c Y. C i n y M o i i ........ I l l n low i i - i i i n i , n i i ^ o l i l - l i n n - r.poM! wrltrr.H, In l i u . r o l i i i n n "In Tin.-. ;(irni'l." In I l i i ' C i n i i n n a l i 1 1 n T I l l l l - S I I I I , Illf- "i:S to M ' V l l l . o l l l H LIIH C i u i i'.« i i . . - i i , l ' ' i i l : "II I'iliil Ili'tinli' is hi III iimimi; thf lUlill; In- u l l l iili-HH,' rlsi- mill Inkc » I"'" Me U i i n - l l y nlil niivv II hi- is s l l l l M i d i us. I ' l i i l c r Ilirrr IIIIIIH'S, I t r l l l l l r lnll|;lll I r n l l l Hi,' liiiri'-liniii'lili- ni;'' I n I l i r QlH'cilNhi'rry ITU. I l l s lny,i nf I'llilil) I l l l l l y In H r i ' i i n i U »as till' Insl I, mi- I, n i n l . Ir |H!/.' flfrhl In t m i ' i l r n ..... Iri l l n - I.on- dun |ol/i- ilni; rnlrs. In his s, I'onil yi M I In I h r r l n u In- l i i i i c h l rilli-ll Itnixl 01, -n us } s , n r I.:M lllil'r. .lili'li \ \ l i n l . .Illiliny Kllll- nnnl, .luliit \\'lillnli'r mill .luliii ll.v Ylill MH'sl. In his I h l r i l \ r a r hf liifl sllrh tliitlliiliii-s us Kililli- Sntilry, r.ililli' Ciinio'lly. .li'rr\ Mamlinll, .liu-k U a n l , Diniiiy DmiKhiTty, s»ll\ N i t i l l h . Ilii- \Vrlr. HIM rilmoirr. 1,,-olKi' Si, I (lulm mill Di-ilhir I'lilnn'r." l l i ' i i n l i ' in VITV l i n n li " w i l h n.- H t l l l . t l i o i i i : l i hi'', I r n t l i - . r I n I K I l K h l H n o w l i m n i l o I l l , ' f l K l l t n i l ! I l l - i v i i ' i i l l y .va» i l i - i l i ' i l i - o n i . i i.fled. ! Hull Adviser ai S. \ f . Parley j .Secretary of State , Edw. R. i n_,,--_.--,_ A n T._ J t**v Stelliiiins,' it ,,,,,, revealed last I UligreSS ASKeQ lOt n i g h t , is to head the U. S. d e l e g a - i O - -- Tnari tion to the San Francisco c o n f e r - j """ J UdU «ncr. But Cordull Hull, former se- crotiiry «f state now recovering from a long illnes«, w i l l be senior ndvisor. Other members of the delegation w i l l tc Sentitor A r t h u r Vandcn- b i u g . Michigan Republican; Tom J C o n n a l l y , chairman of the senate's foreiKii r e l a t i o n s ccMiimiUue; Rep. So] IJluom houof forcfign a f f a i r s ·mrtuest of liudapefit in 19 . l ., )!linn . in; ' Ht , p . Eatoil( Com . niHiidcr Harold .Stassen and Dean V i r g i n i a Cifkler.slfave of Barnard Collie. Russians Crash Oder River Line ( C o n t i n u e d from page 1) -sri i !(·(( the H n n ^ t i r i a n c a p i t a l ;i ;i h H s t i n n mi t h e ri.nU* to V i e n n a . I II'.IKNI K i l l e d ; 1 10,0011 Captured f i g h t i n g cost, the : ·111.000 men k i l l e d nncl i disas- ·i.-iy.s of ( i i ' n n a i i H 110,000 r u p t u r e d , M Bounced. I! wns I h e greatest Jt o ( J c r n n i n a r m s w i n c e t h i ( ! · r i f S t a l i n g r a d t w o years ngi Tin' roll df Germ mi prison i-t'.H WUH headed by the enemy com- · ,( J - T - \ * n i i u i d a n t , Col/ Gen. Pfefler-Wil- , ( / / / / (O /' / V J I (MI'S di'iibrucli. w h o i n IIKIH eommiirsded | t h e Germ t i n pi i lice Iroops I'M.].; SANTA FE, Feb. 13--(fP\--Con- grt'ss vvftnld be asked by a memorial proposed in the New Mexico legislature to authorize construction ui" the San Juan trans-mount- ain diversion project a f t e r providing :;torago facilities to assure ir- r i g a t i o n of available lands in the Siin J u a n valley. vT'ial surveys have shown the ai-!/M»//j Penally for 'Refusal la Drill · r l l l i s l l i v n k i iili-li-nlnml lil'tf-r Muiiicli. CAGING SCORES lly A S S ( K I M t : i l I ' K K H S Collcur iind Scrvle: K i i i i s f i K -1J, O i t l i i l m t i i n '11. G i c i i l Lukrii 7, r i, M i i r q i i i ' t t e (i, r . I M u l i i ] ' . - i I ' .'"«!). Tuljiii -1-1. H j l t l M l l - S l M l l l i n i l : ! I!?, T l ' X H H SCS Body Adds 1,823,214 Acres e!l 1.800,27-1 \ lo C, \ V v o i i n I'.u, 111,' The s t a t e .soil c o i i H e r v i t U o n mi!l"e hns approved the JE I ( U K i'nil an, Dc'\|er tuid A n i m u s d i H t r i c t s comprlsinj; IK res i i m l I x ' i i i g m g t l i dl d i n l n r l H in t h e n\.ntt The H l a t e cnmmllh'e, iiici-tliis yentt'j'day, also approved a d d i t i o n MI HUM" m-M'H to t h e Sii-rra dis- I r l i l i n K l i - r n i . SiH-urm and f a l n m M u i a - ; i i n i M i g u H d i s l r i c l I j i M u r a c u i ; i , t y a m i 1N.MMI IICH-.H to t i n - f a b u l k i i l i . s t r t i - t i n Sn-rra, Luna a m i I ) ( m H Ann coimlie.-i. · In a l l . :Ci,00,0()(i ncn-.s of l a n d in New Mt'.xi'-o art- now i n r l u d e d WASHINGTON, Feb. 14 Iff)-The c o u r t - m a r t i a l sentence of a U7-yeHr-oJd private who refused to drill at a C a l i f o r n i a army c a m p has been reduced progressively from death to five years' i m p r i s o n m e n t , senators learned today. Thv modification was o f f i c i a l - ly declared to have been made to "equalize the sentence in accord w i t h war department policy." The original court martini, reconvening, ri'ducod the penalty lo life i m p r i s o n m e n t ; the rev i e w i n g a u t h o r i t y cut t h a t to five years. New Mexico, Texas Okey Water Treaty f e a s i b i l i t y "at moderate cost" of the diversion of San J u a n river waters to t h e Rio Grande," the tm i n n r i n i stott'd. Eight New Mexicans Are Killed in Action WASHINGTON, Feb. 14 (ff» A list of the nnmes of 2,858 U. S. i i i l i l i e i - . - killed in European action, i n c l u d i n g eight from New Mexico. \vas m a d e public today by the ivar department. of ng the mails to defraud 'in connection wilh t h D allotment checks and Iiaa been object of a widespread search' for more than a ·/car. Negro Wac Unil Reaches England BIRMINGHAM. England, Feb. 14 (^*i - A contingent of Negro Wacs-- 24 officers and 577 enlisted women--has arrived in England on the- way to serve in the European tlieaU:] 1 postal service. The first Negro Wacs to reach England, the contingent was given a rousing welcome. An army band played us Brig. Gen. Benjamin O. Davis, only Negro general in the U. S. A r m y met the Wacs at the disembarkation port. The New Mexico men were: Pfc.. Robt. S. Barth, Albtiqnorque; S- Kgt. Alfonso £. Beltri, Lordsburg; First. Kgt. Lloyd W. Gregory, Floyd: Pvl. Lev! G. Haas, Ros- U'el!; S-Sgt. Jose I. Marqucz. Esp a n o l a ; Pvt. Sigfredo Martinez, Simla Fc; T-5 Harold Pont-ho, Albuquerque Pvl. Richard C. Ser- jia, Silver City. Plan Drive for Guard Recruits Plans for an active campaign to bring the Las Cruces company New Mexiro state guard to full strength of three officers and 40 enlisted men were developed at a dinner meeting of 35 American Legion and service club leaders at dub cafe Tuesday night. The Las Cruces company, the 3rd NMSG, 2nd battalion, now is headed by 1st Lieut. J. Carter Goodloe, acting commanding officer, with 2nd. Lieut. Perry L. Watson and 1st Sergt. Jack L. Smallwood in command of 26 enlisted men. Battalion headquarters are at Artesia. Maj. Edward Ohley, state property officer, attended the meeting and explained the purposes and need of the state guard being brought to full strength. He pointed but that the guard is the state's representative armed force in eases of disturbance and emergency, sucli as large fires and other types of disaster, and that with so much of the state's younger manpower now serving in national armed forces, it becomes increasingly important that such a group be ell organized and trained. Men from 18 to 50 arc eligible for the guard, but in case of men with previous military training, the age limit runs to 55. Enemy's Trousers Fly Up lo Plane LONDON, Feb. U W) -- An RAF pilot, back at his base after a hedge-hopping attack on an enemy train, found a pair of German En-Id ' service trousers hang-ing from a wing of his flak- damaged Spitfire. They apparently Siad been thrown Into the air when the train blew up. First try to get it in Cniccs. Chickens - Turkeys After Moulting give STAR SULPHUR COMPOUND in drinking water or feed. II will destroy, in the germ period, Intestinal Worms and Germs, that cause most all disease and loss in egTM production. Also rids them of Blood Sucking Lice, Mites, ' Fleas, Blue Bugs. Prevents most all disease, insuring greater health and egg production through the fall and winter. Costs very little to us?. Money back if not thoroughly satisfied. Baker Drug; Store, Las Cruces. 19,000 Bee Colonies Hike Honey Supply Nineteen thousand colonies of bees in New Mexico produced 760,000 pounds of honey during 1944, the department of agriculture reported today. The previous year 17,000 colonies of bess produced 765,000 pounds of honey. Try «rst to, get it in Graces! Lumber AND Building Materials Rio Grande Lumber and FUEL COMPANY 111 South Church Phone 3 Valley Loan and Finance Company Complete Financial Service LOANS Automobile -- Personal Furniture DISCOUNTS We buy all types of contracts. Established in 1936 129% S. Main St. Ph. 445 I he t n n v l.s in · l i n e o i i t i i · of tin- I t , r i l l , a , n p ol AllllTinui \ v i i J ' \ r l , r , u i Could Adam Eat Iho Applo With Stomach Ulcer Pnlns? Tlir I · . 1 . · . . I M . .SV/.s liillianlx liccord ESTA NOCHE! Big Spunisli Piclure Father of Carrier Boy Dies from Long Illness K f i r l V i n c e n t Hurdle. last nielli at hi.H honu N o r t h .Melemlres. a f t e r n W A S H I N C I T O N . Fi'li. 14 l/l'i 'Pin- o l l ' i i - i n l \vci(;)it nf two s l ; t t f . 4 vvn.-i l l u - ( t w i i Ijchlnd tlic j j e n i l i n ^ I'liilvd .StuUH-Mcxlciali water t n - i t - ly tndiiy a.s [he .scmil.0 fort'lRn n 1 - latloilH rcmtinuc'd Its lU'iirln^K on tin. jiiii'l. A ri'Diihilinn, adoplod by Hie N'f\v Mt'.xico If^i.slaluro, t'lHlnr.'.injj I l l w t r w i t y was p l n c u l ' i n Ilir u. ! I'nrd by Grnvcr Kellers, u t t c i r t i f y | general ut Texas, who carried u illi 111(1(1 | him eopies of a resolution un- ^·' 1[1 ! aniuiou.sjy adopted by both IIOIIM'S i n K " ! n r t h e Texas legislature K i v i n y j .similar endiirseineiit. "Seven Days Ashoro" Thurs. - Fri. and Sal. 2 -- Aco Picluros -- 2 MUSIC and SONGS plus lVo«!ern Ihrills and ncllon "Empty Holsters" wilh DICK rORAN ( ' i m i l n j - In \M* Truces from C h i - 1 r « K i ' . In- hud lived hen- 15 m o n l l i H . S u r v i v i n g nt'f I In- \vldmv, Mrs. P o i t i l l i y I h i n l l e and t\vo sons, Kiu-1. jr.. i:i. and l l n h r r l . 11 years i XKW O R L K A N S . I MM, Ix-sulc.s lii:i i n o l h e i - . Mrs. Georg i a M i i n t U - of r i y m u i i t t i . 111.. t\vo iilher.4 iitul U i i e i - nisU'r.s. K a r l . ,, i* a H i i n - N e w H c u r r i e r Stlito ilU'Kc-Meailla .lurk route. The f a i n t l y will mv(mp:my t h e tity lo Cllti'ii^n when- bin ml w i l l 7,1 (iinn Term 0ll'enxe HEY KIDDIES! Rag Matinee Ono pound of clean colton rugs will admit one boy or girl lo Iho Rio Gnindo Tho- airo on Thursday or Friday holwoon 3:00 and 5:00 p.m. lo soo 2 brand now Ion lure pictures. Fell. H i .Male. 7;|. Today and Thursday 2 - Swoll Now Mils 2 plui Sporlllght, "Ski Chita" '*) ^CHESTER MMRIS/ K A 1 U M O N T , \V '.'I'' H n i j a m i a Kni ·.v;, i - o l j Ori'jj.iri f a r m e r wh . f i n a li-il III.M we.li ,,i vol !iiiil.s!ailf:litel 111 ti J O - y e · I . ' V I U K . l.-eeived a \ T a h ' l i t i n ·I e o i i i l i i i o n a l ii'i'i'iloiM toda I ' l M i u n a l Court ,lud|;e rimrli-s K \ l : ; i e r Mii|iiiM'il u niispended sea. l e i u e of on.- to l i v e years upon n u l l , ii'.li'i f i r s t n|ilini,hin; b u n for i i ' i i i a i n i i i K in Inillui! .Min-e Ihe UW.'i ^ l a v i r i ) ; of W a l t e r (I. S m i t h , a n l l a i l i ' .-ehool li'iii-lii-r. Tile Mis|ii'iided si'iileiiee was j:.'o,t l u l i a v i o n r and i'p i n t o i n h w i t l i t h , . Turn Mardi Gras into Bond Sales Campaign ·1). K1- i.T - j Today i.s Mardi Gras in New Or- j IciutH, n u l t h e gaily ,'ostuuivd i n e r i rymukerH who thronged the s t r r r t s | ill pre-war yours were mnvhciv to j be sevn. 1 They were all working as usual, · urn! conl'imnn t h e i r c r l e h r H l h m |o j j i ' i i i i n g in the i n t e n s i v e one-day : u-ar bond sule which the c i t y is i s t a p i n i ; on i t s f o r m e r "piny d.iy " !E1 Paso Cattlemen I Buy Ranch at Dexter ! A I . H U Q U K K Q U K , Fi'K II I.TI. Turn Siiyd.T. .lolin Snyilcr ;IIK| i C r i u i i c E. Wninl, Kl Paso , - i i t l l o : T t i f l l , IKIVI' tmnj;llt tin- ·lO.OOH-.irlT n, rnii.-h 1(1 mi'.,'., .MSI ·roin Hiiclu's. v.hu ilnil. :innoiMi.-,.,i IH- WHS i; l, l l , , , , : Inr.v ,ii I V N t . ' i -"!'! l i a m l l o i l 11: K i f l .lay. vd uj.o o l f i r l l v t,, Pleads Nurse Drafi As Emergency Need .saiil tlii' iii'w '(·It tlu' r n i i f h M CIU'HT l i K T S SI'V CASK .NK\V V O l i K , l.Vti I I i.Ti - si'Vi-n-tilnn I n i l l t t i i y i c i n n i i - , U ' l l l i |»n\'fr In impusf til.- ui I'l'iiiilty tiri.-iiii ciiiisliliTinf; 1. Hi.' l i i l i - i'f \ V t l l i i u n c. I'i'l.'i'.i .·mil Krl.'ti t;!ni|u'l. ; u i ni.r,l ; (l , : i l l \ i : i i \ « l l l ( I N \ V ( \ T I ( I \ S A N T A KK. I'Vli I I I.'T' I .·1:1,1 M f r . .1 .1. IVmp.sry tn; c i i i t l l : » h i o r i i i i i K f u r A l i i u , | i i , - i u'luTe :u II.MH ilu-y ^'ITI- I,. l r ; u t i me Plim'mv A n y . . im- :i l w.'i'k .iic:il.,ir. W A S I I I N H T i l N . Fel rn.lel.He, l e t a l y of Will t.'d.iv lll|;ed pi-ompt el a muses d i a t t Ian l i e nald JOiHiiKl soldiers have been Hounded mid " "t Ihe I l K l i t l U K i n K u r o p e i M S I H " l'allel'«,,n lenni'd Ihe need lor muses ' n e u t e i ineillute " "\'o!nn!,n\ l e m i l t i n v ' :' M'lleil on lii n i n k e jooil tin l(ie 111 Ullle," h,- HJSI-I led. ·II Li'' I ' a t t e i s o i e t i n e n t o Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic I Pain Quickly Folger's COFFEE Ib. 33c Sunshine CRACKERS 2 Ib. box 34c Del Haven Whole FIGS No.2itin39c Libby's TOMATO JUICE 46 oz. tin 2?c Uncle William's Cream Style CORN No. 2 tin 16r Home Folks Fresh Creamed PEAS 15 oz. tin 16c Silver Crest Cut Green BEANS No. 2 tin 16c Budget Pack MACARONI Ib. cello bag 14c LOIN RIB STEW CHUCK ROAST . . BULK POHK SAUSAGE LAMB SHOULDER ROAST . . BABY BEEF LIVER . . . WEINERS , pound 18c pound 25c pound 35c pound 35c pound 3 8c pound 35c FULL OF JUICE ORANGES pound lOc SUNKIST LEMONS pound 12c FRESH LOCAL SPINACH pound 7c FANCY DELICIOUS APPLES pound 12c pound 53c 9c FINE FOR SALADS AVOCADOS FULL BUNCHES CARROTS each Rancho Chicken and NOODLE SOUP 10ioz.iinllc Diamond M FLOUR 25 Hi. bag $1,20 Sweetheart TOILET SOAP 3bars20c Karo Red Label SYRUP li size 17c No. 1 C.R.C. PINTO BEANS 5 Ibs. 41c Pike's Peak White MEAL 51b.bag30c Valley Red CHILI SAUCE 8 oz. bil. 15c Prem Spiced LUNCH NEAT 12oz.tin38c JAKE'S GROCERY AND · FORMERLY VALLEY GROCERY M A R K E T WE DELIVER PHONE 140

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