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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 September 1945

September 6, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 p Villager* To Meet Friday Afternoon ciation is open to all merchants, property owners and professional men in The Village, according to Lenode Goldston, temporary chair- man. He announces a meeting for 3 p. m. Friday in the University State Bank and invites all eligible to attend. Window stickers to indicate membership in the association are being prepared and it is hoped that they will be ready for distribution at the meeting, Mr. Goldston said. Photographer... By appointment only— to remember that special occasion. • WEDDINGS • PARTIES • PORTRAITS • COMMERCIAL OTTIS STAHL Madison 2-5230 Perfected Cleaning CLEANERS CAMPUS 2533 — University Blvd. j «Yo Jackson 2-5149 So+netlutuj, New- . . . "Off the Fare" 1 Soft Waves iiihI Bang for cool flattery. • • • EVERY BEAUTY SERVICE • • • Experienced Operator* To Serve You. UNIVERSITY BEAUTY SHOP 2511 University II. 1338 Teen Talk By JEAN HARLOW ... A certain somebody would like to know where Andy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 September 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES September 6, 1945 Monticello Garden Group Holds Meeting The Monticello Garden Club held its first meeting for this year Wednesday in the home of the pres- *7lie New. BOBBY'S CAFE Home Cooked Meals REGULAR Jgr DINNER Also Delicious Short Orders Beer Served with Meals 1723 BISSQNNET II. C. WESLEY, Owner Open Every Day Exeept Sundays J. 2-0311 ident, Mrs. Fred C. Franklin of 2827 Nottingham. The guest speaker of the day was Mrs. Maydelle Flagg, who spoke on "Why a Garden Club." Also Mrs. Wm. Tinsley gave a short talk on "Horticultural Aids," and Mrs. I Hillard Carey spoke for a short period on "Flower Show Hints." [ Mrs. Bert McElrriy, social chair- j man, was in charge of the coffee, which was in honor of the new members. EXPERT PAINTERS For the Better Class Work. Thousands of Satsified Customers. Call for Free Estimate. CHAS. R. OLDS M. 2-4347 Goldsmith Home Bought By I. Mark Westheimer PLIGHTS HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES Pugh's University Variety Store...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 September 1945

September 6, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 RAMBLING.... Recuperating satisfactorily at home after a session in the hos- pital is Barbara Jeane, 13-year-ohl daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. PLENTY BEER TO GO Large Selection of QUALITY WHISKIES, GIN, RUMS, BRANDIES AND WINES ★ BISSONNET PACKAGE STORE 1725 Bissonnet K. 3-1148 Call your DOCTOR... ★ There are no "unimpor- tant" illnesses. Any deviation from normal good health deserves the prompt atten- tion of a specialist. Call your Doctor—or go to see him without delay. Heed his ex- perienced counsel. And, of course, you will want to bring his prescriptions here for careful compounding by our skilled pha PETERSON'S PHARMACY The Village Keystone 3-3646 BUILD YOUR OWN MODEL AIRPLANES Scale Models Solid and Flying Types Hawks—Maircraft Megow—Comet Cleveland STAMPS - ALBUMS AND CATALOGS TAYLOR'S HOBBY SHOP McGinty of 2918 Plumb. She'll be up and about in a few days, now.... Lots of fun at camp is reported by Dick Amos, son of Mr. and Mrs. D...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 September 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES September 6, 1945 li e Sharpen and Rr/xtir LAWN MOWERS and "YARD MAN" MOWERS Washing Macliinns, Vacuum Cleaners and Appliances Repaired. GEIST REPAIR SHOP Rushmere, England claims to be the healthiest village in Britain be- cause people of 70 are "youngsters" and the ages of 30 cottagers in one section total 2,399 years, an aver- age age of 80. SOUTH MAIN ifgr COMPANY uth Main St. Lehigh 7909 UNIVERSITY SHELL STATION University Blvd. at Kir by Drive Keystone 3-2023 "FRIENDLY SERVICE" WILLIAM (Bill) GALBREATH Back from Foreign Service and Ready to Serve You Again Washing and Lubrication Tire and Battery Service 30-iMinute Quick Charger BETTER WALLPAPERS Specializing in better Wallpapers of exclusive designs to satisfy the most discriminating taste. Our Wallpapers are of the best grades yet priced within the reach of everyone desiring something different. We are prepared to assist you with your decorating plans. Visit our Studio Display Rooms for inspiration....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 September 1945

September 6, 1945 . SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Rice Boulevard Home Of Ka y Dupres Combines Comfort With Loveliness Pretension is fast becoming a drug on the market, and >js>- telligent people—Mrs. Kay Dupre is one of them—are cerning themselves more with making their homes abocte* at comfort, airiness and charm rather than pretentious i*iomn of stiff, overly-dressed furnishings designed only to impress those who might enter the Maple Library Offers Ir.viting Retreat of walnut and genuine gold-leaf. On either side are Chinese pictures of ebony and teakwood, hand-carved in relief style and colorfully paint- ed in oils. Two charming Empire tables with' glass shaded Victorian portals of such "a la man- sions." The Kay Dupre home at 2312 Rice Boulevard reflects the person- alities of its occupants, Mr. and Mrs. Dupre and their daughter, Patricia Kay, with no thought to ' lamps complete the ensemble, an artificial facade. The nine-room I The chairB around the firep]aCe dwelling is st...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 September 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES September 6, 1945 Kay Dupre Home— (Continued from Page 9) windows and a brightly-covered divan which furnishes lounging comfort. A collection of copper urns and pitchers and brass cande- labra graces one series of shelving, whereas another group displays plates and large platters in Staf- RICE BLVD. b; f Operated by JOE O'TELLE 2503 Rice Blvd. fordshire, Willow-ware and Wedge- wood—all in cobalt blue coloring. To reflect briefly on this roon to remember true charm. Born In Georgia Mrs. Dupre was born in Georgia and is a descendant of an old Southern family. She is of slight build with auburn hair and hazel eyes, and although a Texan today, displays more striking characteris- tics of the deeper South. She is a charter member and was the first president of the Florentine Art Club of Houston and was presi- dent of the Federation of Women's Clubs for two years. For three years she edited and developed the List Your Property With Us We guarantee action and the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 September 1945

September 6, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 • r • t I • Fads And Fancies Fashion is more accessory-con scions than ever. And again it's checks and strips for smart fall suits. For feminine enchantment, wear a cover-girl snood. The snood of black jersey is made glamorous with pearl-studded gold stars sprin- kled all over the black background. It's something worth while to in- clude in the back-to-school ward- Doctors Recommend .. I Drug* Compounded Accurately For Your Prescriptions BEN LAWS PHARMACY 3644 University Rl. 2-2336 robe to wear on gala occasion. An extensive collection of hand- bags is being shown for fall, made of bright colored alligator. The bags are lined in leather that matches the outside coloring. Red is coming to the fore, running a close second to brown. Tf.ese bags are as serviceable as they are good looking. Some of them containing as many as five separate inner compartments and als-> an outside one that snaps to th bag. You can also get these bar.s in green...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 September 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES September 6, 1945 IJ "FOOD COMES FIRST COMPLETE LINE SCHOOL SUPPLIES Bring Your List HERE and BUY ALL yvwvvvv vxwvvvv^ m School W- nut, 4c" AMERICAN SARDINES 2 cL°- 15c SLICED OR HALVES PEACHES 25c SWIFT'S BROOKFIELD BUTTER Lb- 47r Carton ^ CLOSED SATURDAY UNTIL 6 P. M. On Account of Jewish Holiday We will be open SATURDAY NIGHT 6 P.M. 'TIL 10 P.M. WHITE HOUSE APPLE IUICE ss 17c SUNSWEET PRUNE JUICE 25c FULLY DRESSED—READY FOR THE PAN Fryers 61c GRADE "A" QUALITY VEAL Oven Roast 26c GRADE "A" QUALITY VEAL Sirloin Steak 33c FRESHLY SLICED Calf Liver 59c Just The Thing For School Lunches—ASSORTED SLICED Cold Cuts 29c WAX PAPER CUT-RITE 15c 125-Foot Roli CRISCO 3 j«; 67c BAB-0 Can 10c Mission Medium Size PEAS 14c No. 2 Can WONDER BRAND Condensed MILK £„0z 19c r ////k\xvx^v v^WVWW'/ Ifruiff^etableV FIRST OF THE SEASON! NEW CROP RED JONATHAN Apples 2- 29c CRISP FIRM SWEET THOMPSON SEEDLESS Grapes 2 25c CALIFORNIA SUNKIST—SWEET JUICY Oranges 2 39c CALIFORNIA CRI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 September 1945

o ] Mfow /dsnes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number 51 Tax Increase Imminent In W. University Raising of the general tax rate for West University Place from $1.67 to $1.75, the limit set by the city charter, was discussed at a recent meeting of the council. Four members of the council, Mayor A. L. Kerbow and Commissioners Wayland Hancock, Jim Dunnington and L. J. Martin, favored the in- crease, while Jack Ogg opposed it. A proposal was also made to raise the health tax from three to seven cents. Action on both matters was postponed. Mayor Kerbow, in proposing the tax increase, stated that much of the city's equipment, particularly trucks, has* been worn out during the war when replacements were not available. A new state law, which will make it necessary for the city to bury garbage, will re- quire an additional outlay during the next fiscal year. A bulldoz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 September 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES September 13, 1945 twatimTimes Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor LILLIAN DENTON Assistant Entered as second-class matter, October 12, 1944, at the Post Office at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription $1.00 a Year Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston 5, T< (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 13, 1945 j2e£i Qei AcfyuUnied Soldiers' Gifts . . . Send Them Early With the greatest re-deployment of troops in history now under way, mailing of Christmas packages to overseas serv- icemen this year presents a huge problem to the postal authorities and anxious friends and relatives at home as well. To mail or not to mail, that is the question in the minds of thousands of us at home ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 September 1945

September 13, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Tux Increase— (Continued from Page 1) ing the tax rate to the charter limit will not provide enough money to buy all of the equipment needed, the council plans to "get by" through juggling funds from one department to another and possibly buying some of the trucks on the deferred payment plan. In protesting the tax increase, Commissioner Ogg stated that he believed the city council could con- tinue at the present tax rate by operating efficiently and economic- ally. He stated that he believes all taxes are too high. A small group of vociferous taxpayers joined Mr. Ogg in his protest. ^iuSnn? Peanut butter mixed with a little cream makes a good filling for white or graham cracker sand- wiches. When sewing, fasten a small pin- cushion to your wrist with a piece of elastic. This way as soon as pins are removed they can be put in place. Keep pins handy, too. Cover the bottom of your scour- ing powder can with adhesive tape. Then when can stan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 September 1945

rage 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES September 13, 1945 Photographer... By appointment only— to remember that special occasion. •WEDDINGS • PARTIES • PORTRAITS •COMMERCIAL OTIIS STAHL Miirlisnu 2-5230 West University Garden Club Opens Season With Council And Group Meets The Garden Club of West Uni- versity opened the fall season last week with a meeting of the Council in the Community House. Mrs. Del Prosperi reported on plans for the Horticultural Show which is sched- uled for the spring. Mrs. Norman White of the Mim- osa group was named war ser chairman, and the group voted to DR. J. G. EGANHOUSE Practicing? OPTOMETRY THE SCIENCE OF VISION 3216 .Mi la in Hours by Appointment L. 0548 PI K-N-PAY GROCERIES MILK -- BREAD - ICE For the Harried, Hurried Housewife we've got what she needs early and late Hours 8 to 10 Daily—Open Sunday—Closed Thursday F. M. WALLACE, Owner 2531 Rice Blvd. J. 2-0303 VILLAGE 2412 UNIVERSITY K. 3-6371 SATURDAY ONLY, SEPT. 15 Joel McCREA • Maureen O'HARA Linda DARNELL • ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 September 1945

September 13, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 • t I • • s Legion Installs Barziza As New Post Commander Morris Jacobs, Eighth District commander for the American Le- gion, installed the officers for John R. Burkett Post 77 and Mrs. Grady Smith, district committeewoman, installed the Auxiliary officers in a joint meeting last Thursday night. E. H. Barziza took over his duties as post commander, and Mrs. PLENTY BEER TO GO ★ Large Selection of QUALITY WHISKIES, GIN, RUMS, BRANDIES AND Wires ★ BISSONNET PACKAGE STORE Perfected Cleaning CLEANERS CAMPUS 2533 JilVvernity Blvd. Jackson 2-5149 WOLF'S WEEKLY SPECIAL SOUTHSIDE PLACE A wonderful playground is able where the kiddies ch.n swir play. You will enjoy this co LET US SELL YOUR REAL ESTATE We have operated for nearly twenty years exclusively In the Southwest Section and are thorouffhty familiar with property values, are members of the National, State and Ilouston Real Estate Boards, experienced and reliable. 7 Courteous Salesmen WE GET ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 September 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES September 13, 1945 Kneedler Family— (Continued from Page 1) she adds, they suffered no physical torture, nothing compared with what the military has undergone. It's true they ate hybiscus leaves, We Sharpen and Repair LAWN MOWERS and "YARD MAN" MOWERS Washing Macliincs, Vacuum Cleaners and Appliances Repaired. GEISI REPAIR SHOP 115 Sixth Si.—Bellaire Madison 2-2718 canna bulbs, and the roots and hearts of banana trees to supple- ment the slim diet of rice and soy beans the Japs provided. "I don't know how we would have managed to get along without the help of the Filipinos," Mrs. Kneedler said. "They worship Americans. They continued to bring us supplies and news even though they knew it meant torture and death if they were caught." Those who had money could buy a 12-ounce can of corned beef for $120 in gold, or about two and a half pounds of sugar for and, if you didn't have money, you could usually manage to borrow some from the Filipinos or the Swiss, an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 September 1945

September 13, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Pat Neff, Jr., Builds Apartment Houses Five new apartment buildings on Shakespeare between Morningside and Kirby Drive are going up, financed by Pat M. Neff, Jr., at- torney, r/ho is investing about $125,000 in the new structures. The Callaway Builders have laid the foundations for two six-unit apartments and three four-unit apartments, which are expected to be completed in 90 days. Mr. Neff is also completing a six-room resi- ' dence at r.MG Wakeforest, costing $10,00f«^ * * Teen-Agers Stage Dance Ami Meeting The regular dance and meeting held by the Teen-Age Canteen at the West University Community House Friday evening was attend- ed by about 150 members. Winners of records given as at- tendance prizes were Barbara Rog- ers, Billy Scott, Jean Cundall, Clay- ton Rystrom and Cathie Evans. The next dance will .be held September 21. Slanting The SPORTS With BURT RULE "Ike Ncui BOBBY'S CAFE Home Cooked Meals 45c REGULAR DINNER Also Delicious...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 September 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TiMES September 13, 1945 THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY— TO PROMOTE THE HEALTHY GROWTH OF THE BUSINESS AND ^ RESIDENTIAL LIFE OF THIS SECTION TO SERVE YOU BETTER WITH THE MOST MODERN AND EFFICIENT SUBURBAN SHOPPING CENTER IN THE SOUTH TO HAVE IN ONE CONVENIENT LOCATION EVERY TYPE OF BUSINESS STORE AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE FOR YOUR NEEDS There has been formed by an energetic group of business and pro- fessional men and women of The Village an organization to be known as THE VILLAGE ASSOCIATION OFFICERS: President: Lenode Goldston Vice President: Robert Levy Secretary: Laura Dorman Treasurer: C. R. Robson University Slate Bank Robert's Dancing Studio Taylor's Hook Shop TO MAKE IT COMPLETE Through cooperative effort The Village Association will endeavor to induce worthwhile business firms and professional people to establish certain types of stores and services which are needed in The Village such as: FURNITURE STORE ELECTRIC APPLIANCE STORE AUTOMOBILE AGENCY RESTAURA...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 September 1945

September 13, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page D • Ladies Auxiliary Of WUP Firemen Votes To Disband The Ladies Auxiliary of the West University Place Fire De- partment voted to disband its ac- tive organization at a meeting Fri- day night in the home of Mrs. Ed King, 3901 University Boulevard. The group will remain subject to called meetings. The Auxiliary was organized 12 years ago to aid the department in getting equipment and now feels that its mission has been accom- plished, according to Mrs. Karl Woodard of 3801 Browning, presi- dent for the past two years Vmong the projects accomplished was rais- ing funds for an inhalator. The group has also acted as hostesses for the Gulf Coast Firemen's As- sociation and has sponsored social activities for the department. All funds and War Bonds in the Auxiliary's treasury will be turned over to the department, Mrs. Woodard said. A social hour followed the busi- ness meeting. WHY BE BOTHERED WITH Ants AND Roaches Let Us Solve Your Problem All ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 September 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES September 13, 1945 RAMBLING.... It's nice seeing Willis C. Morris of 4227 Purdue in civilian clothes again after 39 months in the Navy. He arrived from San Francisco this week to join his wife here. . . . Betty Hawthorne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hawthorne ENGINEERING & SUPPLY CO., Inc. BUILD YOUR OWN MODEL AIRPLANES Scalc Models Solid and Flying; Types Hawks—Maireraft Megow—Comet Cleveland STAMPS - ALBUMS AND CATALOGS TAYLOR'S HOBBY SHOP 2509 Rice J. 2-4222 of 6447 Edloe, will leave Saturday to enter her freshman year at Texas State College for Women at Denton. . . . Lt. Martin A. Kroesche, Army Engineers, returned to Camp Cook. California, last week after a 30-day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kroesche of 3773 Sunset. One of four Houston men to re- ceive certificates of appreciation last week from the War Shipping Administration was Mack R. Wet- more of 2227 Southgate. . . . Home on sick leave from Brooke General Hospital in San...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 September 1945

September 13, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Hatcher-Tickner Wedding Solemnized At West University Methodist Church On Saturday evening at the West University Place Methodist Church in a twilight ceremony, Miss Janet Lee Hatcher daughter of Mr. and Harris Gulf Service Station IwItFJ University Blvd. at Edloe M. 2 0131 Announcing BONNIE JO FARRISII ANTIQUE SHOPPE 3435 Rellalre Boulevard Furniture -- Patterned Glass Copper — Original Lamps Telephone M. 2-3292 RICE BLVD. Operated by JOE O'TELLE 2503 Rice Blvd. List With Us for quick service. • • • QUALITY HOMES IN West University -- Bellaire Southside -- Southgate and South End. N. R. WALL REALTY CO. FACT or FICTION? Q. Big Ben, atop Parliament, keeps perfect time. A. FACT. 7 days out of 10 within 1 second of being right. And it's also a FACT you can always get the best in Liquors, Wines, Rums and Brandies at the VILLAGE PACKAGE STORE 2437 University L. 7100 BELLAIRE PACKAGE STORE Bellaire, Texas Mrs. R. V. Hatcher of 4114 Oberlin, be...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 September 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES September 13, 1945 WGA/N* WE WILL CLOSE ALL DAY. MONDAY—Sept. 17 On Account of Jewish Holiday FULLY DRESSED—IN OUR MODERN NEW PLANT F-R-Y-E-R-S „ 59c / COMPLETE LINE School Supplies MUSSELMAN'S PURE Apple Jelly r 11c A SWIFT'S PREMIUM BRAND MEAT Swift's Prem :r32c C.H.I!. TOMATO CATSUP LIBBY'S EVEN PRESSED Tomato luice s* 25c SUNSWEET PURE Piune Juice is 25c SLICED OR HALVES PEACHES 25c MUSSELMAN'S PURE Apple Butte:: r-21c FOLGER'S COFFEE 29c STEAK Beef T-Bone > 47c MICKIE'S BAKERY SPECIALS SMALL Angel Food Cakes 29c VAN CAMP'S TENDER0NI 5c PARKERHOUSE ROLLS Dozen 12C ^ Ml ^ SUNBRITE 3 Cans 14C EXTRA FANCY RED DELICIOUS APPLES 2- 35c GRADE "A" QUALITY VEAL OVEN ROAST 26c VAN CAMP'S CHILI Con CARNE &£ 31c CALIFORNIA SlINKIST ORANGES 2 39c GRADE "A" QUALITY VEAL Round Steak u> 41c TEXAS STANDARD TOMATOES 3 SJ 29c FRESH MEATY ITALIAN PRUNES 2- 25c KRAFT VELVEETA OR AMERICAN CHEESE 22 69c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 10 Lbck 49c 5 s!u.k 25c FRESHLY SLICED Calf L...

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