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PACttTOUH I'asCruiJes-ain-News Tuesday Afternoon Much 13, 1945 By WALLACE I'KKKY Xht A w t o c i a t f d Press erroneously rcportt-rt f . n l v one La* Cnu-i-K player on t h i s y i ' i i t ' f i f i l l - s t a t e tt-arn Till- .Slln-Xf'.vs liiulii'l Ijr-rn (ilfr Iht fitrprt 1'iiiK, \ c n l c r j i i y iiftcr- Jioon. when my I H f ' p l i i w c r.'inK « f i - vdral tiriu-.s, ;iiivi.HiiiK me t h a i . l n - ntcail ol JIIM urn- mini . n i n m l i 1 Vlramoiiti-H I ' i i u l H t u r k , forwitnl on tlii.s y n j i i ' u r l j ; i m j i » n * l ] i { , l i v , alto t a d I J C C N r a l l i - ' l I . , tin- floor at AltHlcJllcrqm-. s ' r n i - t,f t h e ^ U i l t : tournp.y. u s ;i iiu-iiit'i'i "! l i i r mythic-ill n i l - n u l l ' . Intercollegiate .age Tourney Gets Under Way Increase Funds For Diplomacy, Juvenile Worry (Continued f r o m page 1} n $320,000 increase the K A N S A S f.'ITY, M u r r h 13 I/Pi W i t h K n n l r r n K i - n l i t i ' k y KUtc, C t - n t r a ] Collar- a n i Southern I l l - inois n o r i u c l H H f i ' l y pilKt lln- rir.il rritind i n t i n - mjUwml i n t i - r c f t l l f f j - iati- UiKl'.elliall l o u r n a m i - n t , f i r i - redticUona t h a t would h a v e rp- othi-r M i ' . x t i ' l , nil f r o m Iho wi-nlc^n | (juircd the Klil lo dune f i v e field h a l f J.I the l l n l t i - i l K t l i l e B , lalio.i : offiere and diapense with the scr- i b e Hour t o n i j / h l in a nci-oncl t r i p l e - ' vires of -100 iif-rnt-i. n t i - l r u s t 'division's ullotnienl. Tlie c o m m u t e " rejected a b u d - ·,tt liiireEin reeormueniliilion for lltader. ToniKhl Texan In support of this action, the S t a l l ( K n schedule J ' a i l s West ] ommiiltCF «ail Director J. Edgar w i t h i Hoover prcwnted n "depressing U n i v e r s i l y in I hi at 7; KiiKlt-rf) Washington crime :onditions sh'AvirK an inereas". since 1!M1. .f KM per cent In the n u m h c r of der I X arrested and a 21 ;ise in arrest of j t l - U H t t l n j ! as a u p o r l s w r i l e r , I ' l l cOlnmcnled. s i m i i l l a n e o u s l y u i t h AP'S l i n l l l i K o f t h e a l l - M a t e , c o m - U|ICI1 of C h e n e y v.s I I n l i n e ciilleKe. Crele N'cl). a l 8:!!i n n i l I ' e p p i T l l i n e of i (;l LOM Angeles and Peru i.\eb.i in ; per eenl i n c r Ihe t h i r d ( j i i r n e . ' v e n l l e males. I C a s l e r n K i r n t i i c l i y of H l e h m u n i l , "Serlims" Iliinli-r I'riililcm i i - K u r i l c i l . i i K one "I the | i n - l u i i r n i - y To helii Ihe justice d e p a r t m e n t f n v u n t i ' K . l i l i i i n | i l i e i l over K i m p ; ro|,e u-lth a "serious" Mexican .MOII college, l i i i l i a n o l a , luv,-a, l»,|- l.nnler s i l i i a t i o n , the comiuittee ·I'J in Ihe l i n a l K a m e lasl nl(!hl Inpproveil nil n l l i i l m c i l t of J2J,ftOO,- h a d . l l f l l l l o r tin- i m m i g r a t i o n a n d wi- Injured Travelers , Sue for $60,000 ALBUQUEKQU15. "March 13 -- (jT*i-- Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Greenwald or -Fort M"n,'aji, Colo., and their Kim and daughter-in-law, Lt. and Mrs. William I'". Green wald, have Tiled a suit in federal district courl scifkiiitf -$60,000 damage* from Van II. T u r n e r , A l b u q u e r q u e well drilling contrartor, and H. N. Rice of Gnmts, truck driver for Turner. The s it is t h e outgrowth of an aulonvjbile- truck accident last Thurs'Iny, :',0 miles cast of Grants, in which all fow were injured. Thft Clreonwjild f a m i l y was en remits f r o m Knrt Morgan to Sierra M n d r e , C.'illf'., when: they pxpcirted lo ni'M-t a n o t h e r ,sr»n and brother who was lilicr:ited recently from a Japiinf.se prison. The Hdt:r Mr.s, Crcenwald is n p;ilk-nt ut. a ho-spilti! liere. p l t l n l l i K t h a t I ' l i i ' i ' s ' liulldi.f,'" had ·! )cen K ' v e n a " l i m n ileal" l.y ciNichi-H n n d l o i i i l i e y u l f l c i n l . i I n ]llckine; t h i s y e a r n s l f i l s lint, t h i s m i i r n n i ) ! . Hit- A I ' k l ks I n w i t h t h e f u l l u w l t i K c i i i i e i ' l l + -- An ll-muii A l l - S h i l e hie,h K'hi e n l r a l . F i i y e t t e , M K a n Caire i W i s . i Teachers I i i r a l l ^ a l i o i l Herviee. f H - l l l i a n d S o u t h e r n l l l i n ' i l s - i l | U u r i H K t h e firs! ,ieveii m o n t h s I ' l i i l i o i i d a l f Inn! p i l l W a i i h h n r n i i n i - of the c u r r e n t flsi-al year, il n- vi-11-lt.v. Ti.|ieka. m i l of Ihe M I I I I I - , |iurU'il, a p l i r o x i m a t c l y 42,001) law J Inc liy a 01-11) c i . n r i l . v i o l a t o r s were a]iprelleiuk-d on t h e i KiLslirn K e n l i i e k y ' s f o r w a r d . li.irdiT. m a n y spoiled f n i m an a u | I'Teil Li-.vlii lo.,k H c n r i n c l i i i n u r B loi;iro n c q i i l r r d from the army. ' l o r I h r - v i - i i i n i ; Icy f i i n n i ' l i n K 2(1 A ] i p r o x i m a t e l y $7.800,000 was I ' p o i n t s l u l u Ihe nel.i and i i l a y m R ' c u t by Die c o m m i l l Need Salt All Jive slock willi the excc-ytion of the very young should have ac- Peace Delegates Won't Be Bound WASHINGTON, March 13 I/PI-Secretary of Stale Stettinius told the A m e r i c a n delegates to the San Fran risen comcrcnci; today that thi-y would Le free in pursuing thi-ir own "personal views and convictions." But, he added, he believed they would all work "as one learn." Stottlniu:;, who is chairman, met t h o other members of the delegation, except Former Secretary H u l l , at the state department and subsequently took them across the .stn-ct to the white house for a m e e t i n g w i t h the president. Steel Furnaces Nearly 1,000 upcij hearth steel furnaces, ranging in size from tiny ones producing only 10 tons of steel at .'i time up lo one huge furnace r;i!cd at 400 tons per heat have been producing steel fen war. In addition, steel is made in 185 electric art- furnaces, 'JB electric induction fiini.-iccs. 33 Bessemer converters and nine crucible furnaces. British Corner Japs In Chief Burma Base BRITISH 19th D I V I S I O N HEADQUARTERS, Ma'ndalay. March 13 -- British Gurkha trrfops of the i9th division, Imtter- ing ahead Mock by block into the business and residential districts of Burma's second' city today and the Japanese began attempts to escape from Fort Dufferin, Gurkha patrols rammed ahead on both sides' of Fort Dufferin, main Japanese position in the big Burma city, virtually sealing it: main escape routes. Say Nazi Leaders Prepare for Flight LONDON, March 13 I -- The German naval command is outfitting several of its largest U-boats "for flight of some of the highest Nazi leaders," the Moscow radio said in a German language broadcast uoday. German sailors were urged* to ASKS DIVORCE NIFORMK/' WASHINGTON, March 13 W)-A constitutional" amendment for uniform marriage and divorce laws throughout the nation, was proposed today by Senator Capper (R-Kaa). sabotage these plans and "prevent the flight of those who are responsible for the war." Poison Ivy Many persons claim immunity from poisun ivy. but recent investigations casl doubt on whether anyone Is absolutely immune. COLD STORAGE MOVING and HAULING We Can Serve You on Start or Long Hauls H. K. TRUCK Phone 360 at uour Grocers flow f MORTO rs SALT M A K E S G R A P E F R U I T T A S T E S W E E T E R ! I W H E N I T K A / N S If P O V I S I I m a h n t b l t l l K'liin v.-ns M-U-.-till t i n * I ytlir Instea.l ol t h e unmil 10 nuui aqund. l l u i l t h e i n l i n e o l l - n t i l S t a l l i , f o r w a r d l n m I . I I H C i n e TM , m i n i v e r l f n l l y wan o i n i l t e d I n n n t l i c M»t, l o a m u s I l l s n l I h e I f H T llio.ll.-I hi,I l i . n t n a i i · · " S l n r l i win. a |e tlir J.,11.1 Cl II. en ( U i i t n i p l o i m h l j i t i a n "OlhlT meml.eli J i m V i r a i i i i . n l e s , l O l l l l l l l p , y M I . I ] i | l i e l Kml 1'Hiil flhwtfl l o n l o "CooHe" Q I I Sweeney, .Snnla I- 1 . nfid John h n d e i i l i o m i l l .'...i. oi,i i,,i« nl i . l i i i l ; M-urer f u r Illll.lo^s, H U l l e ol ('lie t e a m : a. r r u . e s . Hoy p i e . H o y S I . - I I ("arlnhad; A n i n l a m i a n d K.,1, : I ; , ' · , , I , I l.r,',* IIT. H e l e n . K I I I e l l o h e : S h ' . l l \ ' Dcpiiiil Ri'jx'dls «.s Scaled !\o. I /''ice NKW YORK'. Mni'-ii 1:1 '.i'i · A l l l i o i i K h I.ealen l.y SI .I.ilm's in i Ihe l i m i l K la.il y e a r . I i e l ' a u l a|;ain ] has I . e e l ] "ee.ll-ll f i r s t III I lie 1111- l l o n i i l i n v i l i i l l o n l i i i H l i e l l i i i l l l o i i r n a i . i i e n l t h a t o j i e i i H S a h i r d a v n l ^ h l a t M a d i s o n S.piare i j a i . i e n · HI .Mill's waa r a n k e d ne.'ond. . liovvlme, i l r e e n t l l l r i l and Tennessee · w l l h . M l l l l l e i i l . e i ' l : . Wesl V i i ' i i l i i l n . j K l i u i l e Isl I s l a l e and Henssel, Polv i n - l e d from l.ml|,oH '.veil. ' e s t i m n l c K for the commerce- de- j parlment. of which H e n r y A. Wal- I"' 1 ' 1 r"-ently was n a m e d head. _. _ T T am cm tn rp T acre Lt"\j 1MCUUI B LlUl) i Thafi. more l i k e I I . l)Ul I M i l l in l l l i e ' t lo t l l i u h I h H l I h e plehen. \ \ e i c t. l i t t l e lop- Itliled III t i l . ' I f pi. lull);. + A l l - B l l i r UKKI .-cat ions l i t s l n l r l ) A i 4 ) « - l l i i i l l t o i i r i u i i i u ' i i t . ^ m e .'iiip- pniUMi I n t-e clio.seii .111 the tiaM.-. of t h e i r |i.-rlorti]iiiiccii »t t i n . n t n t c Nazis Say Nine Soviet Divisions Across the Oder Esla Noche y Miercolos BIG SPANISH PICTURE NEGRETE m M MA»IA CUKIt MAIOUCZ i ~ IUUO VIUAIUAI. * THRILLING STORY OF U N S U N G HEROES! "MINESWEEPER" with R I C H A R D ARLEN. JEAN PARKER (Continued from page 1) shiU- p u n : h n » i i i B n j - i - n l , jirlor lo each l * i ^ i H l j i l i \ p c H t i H s i u n , I n M r n u i ^ o K i i p p l i c H for tlio law milkers. |l Kiips Kduciilors on Tcniirf '· ! Testimony for ami n ^ n i n s l the i '" j p r t i H P n t tciu'ln-r - t u n u r c l a w \vn.s } h c a n l I'V I hi- hnu.s.- K d i t c n t l n n r n m - nilllcc, hill no in Utin wns taken. K, K . V n n D u n k i r k , A l b u q u e r q u e . sHf-tUylHl "(inc-mun lobhy." lold t h e lioii.so e i J u c u l i o n comintllt-f I h u t Hi'hoo] superinteiulonts "don't w n n l a good t f i n t r t ! law." H« fluid l l i c New M u x l c o edui'utinnal AR.SII. j for years H U H .sludii'd tlin p r n l j l o m "iinii liBHii'l prridiH-i'd a n y U i i n n in piigc M worthwhile." us t nipped on u,. . sa i,| ncit her llu- pre.spnt law t l r u w t i i K iH-ur." nor hh2.'l, advocated by I h c N. M. In runic* K. A . IIHSWCTH tlic pnl)leni, HP td Hit 1 C e i i n a n n i siiid he- lavori'd hb200. n t e . I N M K A llfiid KiivorK ComuroniUe · H i i - K i - l i K l i t e n - \v. K . - K t - r r or A r l e s t a , NMK.A Ka.M I ' r i i J t K t H i i pn. K |(Jtnt. tnld the coninilllc-r be i.f 1 l ) » ; i i » ] | V ( - ( l :i t -otiipr«nii8P of HBZ.'i d i - H e i i p - "would be m r c p t i i l i l r I n b u l b mi- I i r r i n t e n d . ' i i l s a n i l t e n c h e r H . " A.s ) n t r e d u c e d , t h e im-asuiT pm- p(kscd I l i n l 11 l e i i i ' h e r survc Lhrt'c vnm f i n d be n-el.Tted for Iho I MI b i i l l i t l l i n i H ol' i i i l ' i i i i l r y j f o u r t h y c n r before a t t a i n i n g per- i l Hi nunr*. ( l e n n n i i i c i n i i n n l H , ( n i a J i r n t tomirr nnd f r e u d c t i n f r o m .slnnct j iiittniUHiit w l l h n u i a hcarinf;. K o r r indtriiliMl II Is p l i m n p d to reduce j proposal p r u b n t l n i u i r y period llivlM'i I h e I : I M / . | K c o u n t in ,Hny (li-rnuuih I'lrt- w.-iv l l e i - m n In PL K u r t h i - r e » H t , t i n .-,1 on Ko.'nii'sIiei-K l l n l . U l ! l l ! u p a m i 1 r h h ' l l y o l ' l l i i n t h e old Tor 1 K i i w i m i f; lai^e |i..i-|io i i p p i i n - n t l y I cro i h r t o s i l i i Ic to Iw j 1,-jo-he ars, plus election of the T I'nr tlie third ycttr. H p n r l y ? rlniHt* THE SCREEN'S MOST Today Wednesday 2^-BRAND NEW HITS-2 -- H1I No. 2 -- » Sporlllghl "FURLOUGH FISHING" \USED 'CARS '.WE.PAY HIGHEST PKICES ·_·, IF YOU HAVE A USED CAR TO SELL -. BRING IT TO MESILLA MOTOR CO. 600 North Main Phone 203 Will buy all makes of cars and pay lop prices. - ! ThruNorihNaziland ·LON'PON. M m c h 12 /!' A i i i l K h t y ' u r i i i m l i i ..[ IU..IT t h a n 2.000 A n u i r i n i n wiirplniu'S sumhi-d :i wUlo p n t h nrrnsa i u i r l l u L f n C.tT- iiimiy I m l n y w i t h tin. 1 nuiln fon-o .if (150 in.nibri-9 lihi.sttiiu t n l l l l i i r y and n » v » l t m t l a l l i i t t o n H on Iho H i i l t i c .·»»i«l In ilhwl s u p p u r t of tin- Kn.s- Mim u r n i l r w . i Tin- C.tM-ninn nuliu lU'i-ltm-il t h e j p i i i n i T i i n l a n i : n p l t t i l of S U - l l t n and ! Hit' N a x t I ' - I n i n t j t t u l n:iv;ll base at .Su'iiuMiiiu-ndi-. ;ir m i l l ' s n o r t h nisi ni S t c l t i n . U'oi'i- 1 he l:ir;;t'l.. ( r u n liiMiily I n t o Itiusi- l.il'lo ptrcos l-\}\(\ cottim and lini-n clotlis sdvagf 10 st'lvaRc. nmi iron r l i j l i t MC|C mil. l-'old n t n l n U-ti(ilhwiso mul iron nfinn Tins pol]^h^·; t l i r c l o t h . Iron » i l l i tht- slr;iij;ht uf the Roitds. OiHtiitf I'ositUni .if (olds i i l i K t H l y nnd } mn hiu'iiK will livi" longer.. Iron d i t u i i i k l v nil t l i r \vvtiufi i-ldi- \ v i t l i n u t r-.-Mihi:; t h r u |»l!sL niul lu!,l mi t h e Hk'lH ^Uk·. I r n i i i i i t j i U i n s s l r n l n l ' l l i o n ' t tiiit l l u - i r i - o r n r r s '-in d r y i i i f i nr I n t h i n i : ) , .r l l u - y ' l l K I , I W i-m-k- SluCTril Miifbrnotn* Almost r v r r y t l i i n j ; mjiy KO into i l n f l o i l t n i i s h i o o i i i s Oni* \vr.y to do l l i r i u Is to llll the pvclrtl c.T|i \ \ i l h (It'viltii h a m . laid a o!i»p of t . l l M M ' O . S p l l t l l l l c W i t h r \ m s t l ' M l l l l l i 5 . dot \ v i l h I t i H t r i 1 or ni;ir,:.intic iuid ln-,,11 BAYLUS CADE PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Aililll* - T»\ Mallrra - H.vslpnis 130 E. Grlggi Ph. 284, 477-J Valley Loan and Finance Company Complete Financial Service ' LOANS Automobile - - Personal Furniture DISCOUNTS We buy nil types ot contracts. Established in 1936 121)',4 S. Mnin St. Ph. «5 As a/ways,,,in J945 SAFEWAY will have the values 'AT SAFEWAY you!! find all foods'; tops in quality . . . low in. price.: Safeway's shelf prices are low every day, throughout every week and the quality must please you or your money back. ( While House Apple Juice . . 46oz.can29c Kayler's Chum Salmon . . . 16oz. canZlc ScotTissue roll 8c Edwards Drip or Regular Coffee llb.gls,25c Nob Hill Coffee . . . Chase Sanborn . llb.bagZlc Coffee . . . . llb.gls.32c Watermaid Rice 2lb.bag21c . . Ilb.bagl4c 4 oz. can 7c . 19oz.can!3c Largo Lima Beans . . Gorber's Varieties Baby Food Libby's Sliced Beeis . . TASTI-SPREAD Imitation Strawberry, Cherry and Grape Jam 21b.gls.26c Real Roast Peanut Butter . . 21b.jar45c Libby's Deviled Ham Kitchen Kraft Flour . . . Breast of Chicken Tuna Fish . Palmolive Soap . . . Town House . 3oz.canl4c 25 Ib. bag $1.20 . 7oz.can31c 3reg,bars20c Forgotten Favorites ^ Those days, when meals aren't everything they used lo be, a little ingenuity in the kitchen goes a long way. For new variety in meals . . . we suggest these old-time favorites. You know, sometimes there's nothing as new as an old forgotten CL ,' HOMEMADE NOODLES 1-.J cups all-purpote , V* tsp. M|t. ' flour ' 1 egg * 1 tsp. baking powder . 2 tbip. watir Sift (lour, measure; sift again with baking powder and salt. Beat egg slightly in bowl. Alternately ndd flour mixture nnd water, working in all (lour. Place on lightly floured board and knnad one minute. Roll dough paper-thin, roll up as for jelly-roll: cut in T ,-ihch widths. Unroll and shake out, st-paratiug well. Drop into rapidly boiling liquid; cook uncovered 20 minutes until fender,' keeping liquid at a rolling boil during entire cooking period. Serves 6. Note: The noodle roll may be wrapped and stored unliced in refrigerator. Note: To carry out a St. Patrick's Day color scheme, I cup finely cut parsley may be added to flour. BREAD PUDDING 3 cup* milk 3 cup* soft bread 3 eggs '.i tip. nutmeg 1!/. ttp. grated Umoit rind · !4 tip. lemon extract Grapefri Juice ... 46 oz. can 27c Cornw Golden. 20 oz. can 14c . . i gallon 21c While Magic Bleach Pour milk over bread'in large bo_wl and.let stand about 20 minutes, or until bread 1 is-well soaked. Add egg yolks, '··; cup of the sugar, nutmeg, and lemon rind. Beat with rotary beater until thoroughly combined. I'our into well greased !), quart baking dish or individual custard cupn. Bake in pan of hot water in slow oven (325° F.) 1 hour and 20 minutes if in baking dish, or if in individual custard cups, bake one hour, or u n t i l almost firm to the touch. RcrtiOve frohi ovjen and the pun of hot water. Top with'rrierin'gue made by beating egR whites until just stiff: add remaining J j cup sugar, gradually, beating well after each addition: continue beating until mixture holds peak; add flavoring. Bake in moderate oven (350° F.I 15 minutes, or until meringue is brown. Chill. Serve with spoonfuls of jam or jelly. Serves 6. jjjgjjjMt Safeit'ay fWJUE Hamemakers' Bureau ^~t» Jt'U* I'EE WRIGHT. Dutrlor SAFWfiy CUARANTHD PROWCf CAULIFLOWER -- California Snowball ... CABBAGE -Solid crisp green heads from California... ONMJUS -- Sweef Spanish... AVOCADOS - California Calavos.. BELL PEPPERS -- Thick, mealy. Grapefruit Texas Seedless Ib. 7c Oranges, Arizona Sweets . . . . Ib. lOc Lindsay Mod. Ripo Olives . . . . , 16oz.gls.20c Libby's Apple Sauce . , 29oz.gls.31c Looso-Wilos Graham Crackers . . . . Hb.box20c Staloy's Golden Syrup . . : , . 51b.gls.37c BEEF ROAST, grade A chuck Ib. 25c LAMB ROAST, grade A chuck or shoulder . . Ib. 32c PORK ROAST, half or whole fresh ham . . . . Ib. 33c GOVERNMENT INSPECTED -- no points VEAL ROAST, utility grade chuck Ib. 19c GROUND BEEF, govt. inspected, pure meat Ib. 24c STEAK, grade A beef sirloin Ib. 38c GROUND VEAL, govt. inspected, point free Ib. 28c BEEF HEARTS from govt. inspected beei Ib. 19c LUNCH HEATS, asst. varieties . . . . . . Ib. 32c GOVERNMENT INSPECTED VEAL BREAST, utility grade, no points Ib. I4c SAUSAGE, pure pork lib. roll 39c GOVERNMENT INSPECTED STEAK, utility veal sirloin, no points . . . Ib. 25c LAMB CHOPS, grade A rib Ib. 40c BOLOGNA, all meat lb.35c STEAK, grade A beef T-bone lb.45c LARD, in bulk lb.ll LIVER from govt. inspected beei . . . . Ib. 35i Sot.way Prlc.t All Produo So You'll C.I Full Mon.y't Worth! 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