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...FOUR Monday Afternoon March 5, 1945 fcead Nabs New biting Trophy FULL STEAM AHEAD GAI1KK, JK. JACKSONVILLE, Fla., March 5 'l^V-flammy Sncad of Hot it* Va.. 'holds a six-to-four lh winter golf tonrnnmenti bVtf hi* arch rival, Hymn Nelson of Toledo, o. In Annexing bin .sixth champion- j ·hfp--the $5,000 Jacksonville open t --tit boosted his lotnl winning* foi Ih* iMfton to ti:i.84U. I We fcsrded a 266, or 22 und(:r pur, ; /or the 72 holes. ; tint Lord Byron Is H t i l l H l l p h t l y \ rfhtkd in cash, having raked in wirfr bond w i n n i n g s of $M,4f.K. ·ilnce he got out of t m v y togs. · th* Virginia fllrong buy h:is I n k c n i In a TOW the Cirtfport, P c n w i f i l a anil Jacksonville opfw, i Hike Entries in inter-collegiate K A N S A S CITY. Mnr, h .1 IP ·flit flttry li.Kt In the- liilirrilli|ji«l bnflketljnll t o m - n a n u - n t . Mrhedii]'-,l for March 12 t o 17. lam ln-i-n in- -rCHSeil to t e n . n i i ' l Mining"''' K n i i l . S. Llntoii Miy» t i n ' m n a l i i i n i ; six will Ijv ( h i » i - n t l i i x wi-,-l( Additions t " t l i c list I n , I n i l . - - Hlllllfllt I J n l v i ' i - J i i t y . K n l i t . O U I n . . Wichita UntviTiilly. W l c l n l n . K n s .: t o U l t H - r n Illlnoi.i K l n t i - N o r m a l Oirtondnlr. I l l : I m a m - I ' o l l i - K i - . CVdtc, Nob.: u n i t i v i i l r n l roll,-);,-. Ca.Vfttp, MIL (iodoy io Fight in El Paso This Spring W A H H I N C T I I . N M n r i - l i 'i '/V Xrturu tioiloy. i i n i l i l n t ; 1,,-avy rfdlghl IJIJXIT, w i l l !lu»t In Kl I'nso, TtX.. Illln « | i r h i K . Al W...11, In* ltl«nn(rl'r. J i n n a n n o i n n - , - , 1 OlKlny will l,,ix in S u n A n l o n i ' i TflX.. M n n h 1:1. i""] l i i l i - i i n I I , . ii." Ion, Dnllim nn.i KI I'm,!, w . i i l M i i i i PORTS Famed Brother of 'Commoner' Dies LINCOLN, Neb., March 5--UP) --Charles W. Bryan, 78, Democratic vice presidential nominee In 1924, three limes governor of Nebraska and "Brother Charlie" of William Jennings Bryan, died at hiw Lincoln JUHIH; Sunday after an illness of Heveral months. For a quarter century Bryan was political secretary for hia brother, whom he called "W. J." The "Free Silver" advocate, pre- s i d e n i i H l ramlldaLe and "the Great I Commoner." died in 1923-. | Charles Bryan made his own political niche, however, as mayor of Lincoln and governor of Neb- rawha. elected in 1922, 1930 and 1932. He was nominated for vice president timid the Democratic party's battle in Madi.son Square Garden, Nc\V York, between Al Smith and W i l l i a m G. McAdoo which resulted in the compromise presidential nomination of John W. Davia a f t t r lO.'l ImllnlH. i t - I l l i.s l i k e l y i " \\ii\-t- t n ' H ' f Nlicec.'ii t\H .'J n i r i r i h r r Kf|u;i'( tin. 1 * y c i i r t h a n In- d n l UN 11 l o o l l m l l p l a y e r . O n l y ;i p l ' - l ) ' ' , K l h t w u r l l i tun! l i t t l e K p p o r t u m l y l o d h m v h m w n r . - w o n t i n - t j r i ' l i r n n f i i n r t - Hi-' M l d H h i p n i f - n ' . s I n n l h t i l l r l i i i M Mil- pn-HMit moji K . u r l Tliomiwoii i.s in..!'- cfin r m i n l w i l h K!lnwurnr* npi-r n i l l h « ' t n i r l f - Oil t i l l ' r l l u l l ' I n i r h . H nf T ' - X I I H , K ; i l ] ' l i --viis l l V F T . I l l - Wil.4 m i n i \ V l l l l till C M ' H l H p r i n l r s (»!' t i n - l."iir S l u r S l a t ' - , and then- h a v e been some i n i K l i l y fine! oriu.s. A shade under t h e .six-root m u r k a n i l weighing H f l pounds, R a l p h i.s a power- i u l N p r i n t c r . He '-an carry .speed r i ^ h t t h r o u g h the q u a r t e r mill:. I C l l s w o r l h IIIIH h a d l i t l l c oxpcr- i.-ni'e nn bniird t r a c k * but hi.- .ihmilrl do w e l l enough in the I'JlH.swurt h cpHlit.H IIIK track H[cfi| lo UH- ]t\K u'firh lit; did on hlH iK'W.spiifKT r o u t e UK a youngster. O i ' p h a i i f l al nn c u r l y age, K i i l p h ac.'Cpli-'l the i n v i t a t i o n of Mr. niui Mrn, Krncst f i r m s :inii I h u l r .son to IIvi- w i l h them. They i-oii.slfliT l i i m a n i c n i l j c r of the f a m i l y a n i l arc promt and pleased w i t h his ncro MI pi isli incuts. LANTS tty H U U I I I I'U'KHTON, ,1it. HlKW Y O H K , Miiirh .' '.T 1 Writer tlnii druin l i c a l - r who hiiwn't rhiliHfd m a n y t n i i m i t n n t H p n r t « flvnnt* d u r i n g a long n t t e e r . ol'fera thij f u l l i i w i i i K "Ht i'» t i n - ln-.sl bux- tirs lie lltl» M-en In ciicli rhl.sn hfravywelght., J n r l t . I n l n i H o n ; U u h l htivy. Hob F i U s l n i i m m H . M i M i l l f - wHght. A!M- A l t e l l ; I t t l r i t a m , T r f r y j MijOovttM; f l y w t ' i ^ l i l . l'»n ho VillB. ; + ' PUT IN I l l s 1'I.AO; ' Strikers Return i To Bomber Jobs I I DETROIT, March 5--JP»- Pro- thictirm of bomber plane and tank ; parts was resumed in six Chrysler \ Corp. plants today as an eight j day fitrikft at the corporation's ! Dodge main plant was ended. j The union decision to end the j strike called approximately 25,000 'workers back to their jobs. ! Direct appcaLs from the war labor and Undersecretary of War Robert P. Patterson preceded th action of local .1. United Auto j Workers CIO. in calling off the ntrlkc. | Union and company spokesmen j nprecd the action would result in | resumption of f u l l production at | i all six plants "within » few hours A second major Detroit Jabot , dispute -involving 11,150 workers I at the Detroit and Evansvilio, Ind.. | plants of the Brigg.s M a n u f a c l u r j Ing Co. -- continued, but union of- ' f i c i a U forecast an early end the trouble. Y A N K S R E S T O R E L U Z O N S T A T I 0 N-U. S. soldiers bring up motorized equipment to help in repairing the railroad station at Tarlac, Luzon Island, after rails and communications had been damaged by cross shelling. -^ CITY OF DENiSON ICED IN AFTER TEXAS STORM G I R A F F E S FOR V I C T O R Y--Edltli an/I Shorty make i victory ulRii against tin- sky at the winter qiinrtrrs of Rinjrllni llrollirrs und Barmim ami Bailey Circus al Sitrasota, Fla. Cruces Corporal Wounded in Action Vandenberg lo Sil in Parley , By JACK BELL WASHINGTON, March 5--lrP)-- Senator Vandeberg: (R-Mich) announced today he had accepted President Roosevelt's invitation to become a delegate to the -world security conference in San Fran- 1SCO. The Michigan senator said he had made his decision after "an exchange of cordial' and satisfactory persona] letters with the pre- ,ident." This exchange clarified "my right of free action," he said. As a delegate, Vandenberg said I wish to do everything within my power to establish a practical system of collective security as a basis for effective peace." The letter exchange between Vandenberg and Mr. Roosevelt coincided with word that the white house has 1 asked Vice President Truman to serve as a liaison with the senate to clear the way for favorable action on tlie forthcoming treaties. / /V..W. Child c.s in /''(i// Jlhlhly l l n m i t r l "i S m n m y l l y r i l would I H V on.- up » l.-w l . - ' - t l i n n i Ule f p t n w h y , \ , n i m - v r i l i . - n l . l n wori in.Ill I I I . - K l i l l r i v N" :i]i- llini/iiP T l i n l ' n M u l t v o n ' i r H i i p - |H«eil U. ill. l a v 111. in ii|' Dii'M' lll'\( In {111- IHI: Soldiers Work Docks In Place of Strikers LONDON. M i l l - I l l 5 (.Tl Mori /'Yo/ii II /ice/ Clinii I l i u m 8.0(1(1 Unlish wildlurn worked ,,,,,( W , 1S given a medical discliarsi ( i A L I . l ' l 1 . Miin-li .'. i/l'i T l u m m s ! i.11 I.ralilmfs din-ll.i todiiy to move f| .,, m ( |, c n r m y. He Is ill luiiiu- w i t h \V. M i - C n r l h y . iiini.-yi.|U-.nM a.m of | win- flil|i;i]lrs Ill-Id up liy a s t r i k e o f ! |,|. s nuiUler. Mr i i i u l M i s K r n n l i .1. M r C i i r l h y of 7.(Kill workers. Hie X.ntU.lial Dock ' ' ' Cpl. Robert L. Lancaster in loiter lo his molher, Mrs. Bi'rLh Crolhers of 1178 North Muaquil slrecl. reveals Ihe faet lhal lie was | wounded In action on the western An iTM storm which snapped coiiiiminicaUons lin,?s and shattered trees over a wide section of North f r o n t in Europe Dor -I Texas left Una street sconce- at Denison. Power wa3 off throughout the city. Damage was heavy ^ has heen awarded the p.^1 -^ ^ - - - - - pR ^ EJ ^ j ^-_~ -_- -^^^-^ Cpl. Lancaster attended f ' u l i - fornia schools, later oomin^ to LM.H CriR-cs to live. He entered thr army from here. Two other sons of Mrs. Crollici have seen overseas service. H. Sgl. Richard Loncaster is mm with Mm Tth'army in Europe, and P v t . William Lancaster, after wn Intf in the Solomon islands and on C l u i / i u l c a n u l , contracted nuilan i Hnllup, ''"" '''"in ! '-Iwlr at "«· M i l l » l i l i - MIIIISI. wluiiil Sn.ilu l l n r t p i i n i . ( M h l . wlu-n- In I,n! or Ciii-p. MONDAY M A T 1 N K K Ct»l. L n r i y M i u l ' l u n l lut^ IH-.-II 111 M l t t n i t r C l l y n i - f ; i t i i i l l i i f : tor the V«nki'i-H iui.1 iti-tl So-, in UHI- thf lui-.' o . n v c M t K . n h u l l i l ^ u r t u r t h c l l I l l l i o u i W - l i - , - - H l ' . U U S .·.]] I l l ) * · -und lo j i r u v u i i - i - i i l t ' i l i i i n i u i ' u i 'DI fpturii'-il .Hiililti-rs at 1!..- h t t n i K Uni., , . Cp'Vt't K l i ' i m u r i . u n i l i l -tun ID( tt'l,'- ! · u n l l l i ' l l - [ , ( S ; . | j i t i l 1" l - U i l foi C i . ' i i t 1-nUo i n M i r c . ' i - . U n l . " l i l l i - U l i t t , ' I T J U It l n r i - 1 S . t h . t i i u V in| tin; 7 . V \ i u . l i l i i s h A m i S ; . r i i i t r r ( J t a r l i ' V I ' n i t u - t H u m '\\-\n* n m v i i p p i - t i r i n t h r n i i V t u n . ]-nl.VKi». MWnrlliy. whip i» fm-mi'i- .ip '-' "' I'"' Nl '» M'-M'-'P IIOUK iv|iM'M-iihilivc!i f r n n i H i i ^ . - r m L i n . anil siTM-t:iry "1 thr l u i l u m a l war f i i m l n i p u i i / . i i t i . i M in N.'W Al.-xim. r c - c i - i V i M t Wtiril 1 Uu- i K T i i l f i i t Sun- l i n y , Thr Mi-Ciirlli.v'.s liave our o t l i - i-r r l u l i i , ii i l i i i i ^ l i l i - t . K r a n n - s Tin- Imiiy u i l l l-i- t i r i ' i i j ; l i ! In I'.all i i j i l \ i t I ' U i 1:1! New Mexico Dairymen To Joinll. S. Group ni u t i - i k r him re.Hinni'ti work today hill 1 believe ItU'fc IH it f a i r clutnre ·eturn l o i n u r r o w with VAN JOHNSON Rcnnilwl irilli Son . M . A . M i H ; O U I ' l ) . M a t c h . r i (.1^ M r s . l l r l i - n M a j o r , widow of t i l l a d - M.iJ Mltcln-11 Major o! A n i n m i;oii|o. \ \ i i s nn'l I.'V her sou. Mnr i n ' - rorji. Srobi'll M i i j n r whi'n sh \MI.S i i - f t - i l r r . - e n t l y fn»m the Sun!' To in us ]'i I M I I I in tin- l'hilt]i|'iin^ li.'iv have ln-cr MHJ M«i»'i \\li Liquor Restauranls Musi Observe Curfew C1IICAUO, March G W - Kl'lYi t i v i - today restaurants will opera I . under a stricter i n t e r p r e t a t i o n i f ! t h e federal midnight s u r f o w , \ V i l - j l i m n H. Speiu'c-r. refilunnl clminmiii of t h e war nilinpowt'i' (.·oiimii.s.siim aniiiniuci'd. "Those reslnurnnts which b [ore Kt-b. i!tt wen 1 open u n t i l 1 i m., - a. in., or !i a. in., or any ot!i i l l u i u r n t r l i c r t h a n S :t. :n., must ii'to.^c." lie *iaid. "They i-muiot tnilt i h i o r .sliow.s atul «nU- of liquor, then remain open as un ousting l s t a ! lili.sliiiicnl." · Tin- only roslaunuila which may , r e t i m i n open are tho.-*i' w l i U ' l i . ln'- I'Vti -Ml. ri'iiiained open :M Former Governor's Widow'Dies in S.F. ALBUQUERQUE, March 5--UP) Mrs.- O. A. Larrazolo, widow of ,he late governor and one time U. S. senator, died in a local hospital last night'after an illness of IS months. She was 71. She was born in 1873 in San Elizario, Tex., and came to New Mexico in 1895 with her husband. Funeral services will be held at 10 a. m. Wednesday in Sacred Heart church with Rt. Rev. Msgr. Jules N. Stoffel officiating. I It 1'or !·.!,· d n l i v l i i s p f . ' l u r " " " ll " "'" ' ' " "· ' f u re i-Vti lid. roiiuillieil open :M ' _______ i ( ,n,mm...s t h a i « n»-,.tt.i K u . l l l, r I ««J M «J (I '' «'"' w l l s l l l k v n ^ ' hours a day and Hi.*? .u.stotm.rily i ... , ,, hrl.l in I M . . V . S M « , v h III i.mlrr * l l | M ' r t v t l u ' -'"P'uu-M. a f t e r the | ,,,,,,,', L . ;0! f t . ,,,.. to S a. m. | IctTCM Hit /V ( / ( I S \ p , . n « , . , . , l . l p o , th,- M a l e d a i r v u i 1 i l H ° f U : i t i u ( n ' l l l l t l U i n r " u n t h s - - - I * I f f . · " ' · / ;,,,,,, 1 ( ! , n m : U . - , . .o ,,,,;, ',,,-,, '""' M , h e . ' a . n u m t u a n prison I . J . S . 1 / O » K T . S / M H f / C J Tlit-ee Mai-inc.; knrt'l in pi-aycr before receiving cointnunion tiurin.. a Hi!! in the f i g h t i n g for Mo- loyamo a i r s t n i ) No. 1 on Iwo .lima, l.i'ft to r i f i l i t : Pfc. Edmond L. Fadel, Niagra Falls, N. Y.; Pvt. W a l l i - r Sukowski. SvracuM'. N. Y..' and P v t . Nicholas A. Ziniiaro, Syracuse. N. Y. Photo by Joe Ros- I'lillial. Assiu-iatcd Press plu.to.m-aphcr w i t h the w a r t i m e S t i l l Picture Pool. (AP Wirepholo). Try first to get It In Cruces! j Three Counly Youths Murrittgc Tost llu 1 Iroiiuois anil I h n n n s , ,|.s Mother Snicides Wdunded in Action WASHINGTON'. Man-]] fi (.-Tl -- .,, , .i,. i,-,,,,,,,;. .....I Hm ,n- i ' »» Ann u\u iu.\. .Minvii ;i «.'i ' -- » ^.X TM. ~J}! ^^i t ^i^^i ^;:r:;;,,';;;:;;;; *z^: a ^ i Maries y Mlercoles Big Sp.nlih Picture "De Que Mi Queras" plui Thrilling Woilern Drima » "Outlaw Roundup" with DAVE (T«x) O'BRIEN ·nd JAMES NEWELL Endi Tonight ·· 2 Hits "CASANOVO BROWN" «nl "THE BOMBAHU1EB" Valley Loan and Financ* Company Cuniplvtv Kiniiiiii:il Service LOANS Autumnbilc · Personal Kiirnitiirc DISCOUNTS We buy all types ol contnivts. Kslnblishnl in li)36 12HH S. Main St. I'll. 445 K n - l i - l i l . t i l . l^.ndoil l u d u i re|M|-teil earli year. Skhi t i : e V 1 M O I I 1 1 S f u u n . l 111 -A-ll.lle I l l l l k -IK v i l . i l n i l i A .ind all thr null-!- t l i i - t 'otoiobi.i 111 n a d r u s t i n j ; Syf.- cuts rxeei't llinB" kMiH-i'iut.ilid in tlie t,-m short wiuv listi-nni); s t a t i o n i rream ,.r luittiT t»1. It e.in M'IVO ] - j . ; .iilnor.ilil.v (or man.!- .-.n.kihi: |« lr . ! ri'HDI.I) I I K A T I I I'KXAI.TV ! l"' s " , WASII1.NMTON. M a i . h .'. 1.11 ~ " ' | I'll.- M i p i . - i m - c o i n t nphi-l.l l i M a y ! ( I r a n l n c llerrlej i Uu- i l . - a t h M - i i l e i u . - im['o.M-tt -.n j CU-.iniai: I M - I I U - N In.-. l-,e.-n tr.liil- 'rhnnnis H Hot.lnsoll, J r . lor t i l l - j t m n . l l l v .1 li.iiul upt-r.iltoii. tn:l .1 de- t!i:il M.lniiinnt; of Mi .\l(. r Sp.v.l j vie.- intetiileil f..i l i . i \ \ t ' , - i n . - . tie- Sli.;i l . t i p i s i - i l l . - -.o.-lelv rtlil'ion. i \eli.peil at the U m v n s i l y o[ Ti-n! I |-..'se,-, m l l l i a v e a wide liplilii-.ilu.il j . ! The l.i-i i ie to into ll: Ki'f|i Coiil \vhli-h iu-.ill.v i-xtno-1 I l l l l l l l i ; till- o.,1 (,: l I-,- llu- lillu 1-inilaiiii i Dr, John L. Kennedy PKNT1ST Mas, piiii- Tcmpli- lllilK. ToleplioiH' S4 l'r«i-k« t i r l u r r n Ihi- nlft of tl,e ' liHthlilb K,K| n u l l nuiy In- iiu-iu ivill, a »,,,(· ,l,i|i o f »,ll,e,ivi- t u . tlK-n j a m ! thrsc, si-lap^ -tlic v a n i r . color n s the n a i l . Tlu.s li not rrcoin- i ntrnili-il im a pt-t main-lit liu-tlioil, but II is «n i-M-pllcnl tcinipornry rppnir unlll 0)9 rwiiu can b^ rt-ili-i-i-rali-ii. BAYLUS CADE PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Audits - Tax Matters - Systems 120E. Griggs Ph. 284. 477-J Chicken Wire One and Two Inch Mesh Chick Feeders AND Water Fountains Rio Grande Lumber and FUEL COMPANY 111 South Church Phone 3 A Three Days' Cough is Your Danger Signal Creomulslon relieves promptly because 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, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, ChcstColds, Bronchitis a Company, Loitf 7iW Cilf.N. Y. FrutchlMd Bottlwt 'P«p«l-CoU Bottling Co. of Dtmlng WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF 550x17 650x16 600x16 GRADE I TIRES We Also Have TRUCK AND TRAILER TIRES MESILLA MOTOR CO. 600 North Main Phone 203

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