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

October 11, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 > a > «> Legal Notice— (Continued from Page 12) tened to the flooi Group "B" buildinKK shall com- priwe all schools, churches, Kymna- siums, lodges, clubs, public libra- ries. dance halls, and any other buildings having a total capacity tion. If 01 of Type II construction, except that corridors, entrances, and exit passageways shall have incombustible floors and not less than plaster on metal terial. All other buildings classed as Group "B" shall if more than 2 stories be Type I construction, otherwise may be Type II construction, (b) Auditoriuir (c) All heating plant equipment rooms shall be separated from the remainder of the building by a fire separation wail. (d) All stairs, vents, elevator shafts, or any vertical shaft which would permit the pass- age of smoke or fire shall be entirely enclosed with fire separation walls, and all doors into the shaft shall be self closing fire doors, which may have standard wire glass lights,...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 October 1945

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 11, 1945 Village Civic Club Holds Meet Tonight The Village Civic Club will meet at 8 p. m. tonight in the Scout House on Greenbriar, according to Roland F. Iiodder, president. Abe Gollob will speak on restric- tions, and a round-table discussion on street lights will be held. Rug & Carpet Cleaning Co. DOMESTIC AND ORIENTAL • CLEANING • BINDING • ALTERING • REPAIRING • REWEAVING • STORING TACKED DOW N CARPETS CLEANED ON THE FLOOR IN YOUR OWN HOME 2619 Bissonnet S. M. Berian, Mgr. Estate Analysis and Planning Business Insurance—Pension Trusts Group Life—Salary Savings Individual Cases Consultation without obligation. E. A. WITTER Representing Great Southern Life Ins. Co. HOUSTON, TEXAS P. 3271 Phone M. 2-5837 Slanting The SPORTS With BURT RULE Owned and Operated by W. C. Foss Bellaire Pharmacy (Formerly Finer Drug Store) ASK YOUR PHYSICIAN TO PHONE US YOUR PRESCRIPTION Offering the best always in Drug Sundries, Cosmeticss Etc. SODA FOUNTAIN SERVI...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 October 1945

October 11, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 "Social A surprise birthday party honor- ing Miss Charlene Burns was given v 11 v t n f > • ♦ f . * lots get in Notice to Property Owners Of This District plating: Belling you? ich with us at ou the market We have been this location for almost .e know this territory. 2 real estate busii Houses Bought, Sold, Appralied, Repaired, Financed—Give U« a Trial. WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BUILDING Cr REALTY CO. Buffalo and University M. 2-2323 i in the Notes-- |last week by Mr. and Mrs. Grady I Evans and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Goe- | man in the Evans home at 420(5 Southwestern. Decorations were in pink and green. Miss Burns is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Burns of 2408 Goldsmith. Back home after a short visit in Beaumont are Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Werlla of 2704 Tangley. Mrs. T. Russell Marshall of 5305 Brae Burn will entertain the Condit School faculty and members of the executive committee of the Parent- Teacher Association with an infor- mal te...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 October 1945

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 11, 1945 SAVE-BUY sSs THURSDAY-FRIDAY IGET ■SATURDAY TEXAS STANDARD Tomatoes 3 29c SUNS'WE ET PRUNE IUICE 23c MISSION MEDIUM SIZE PEAS 2k 25c MUSSELMAN'S PURE APPLE BUTTER r l9c PURE APPLE JELLY rlOc B & M NEW ENGLAND BRICK OVEN BAKED BEANS 17c CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE b 30c SW on FRESH PRODUCE ■ FRESH ITALIAN MEATY Prunes 2- 15c BUY MICKIE'S BAKERY ...SPECIALS... EVERY WEEK '""'MEATS FULLY DRESSED—READY FOR THE PAN FRYERS «■ 55c PARSON'S HOUSEHOLD AMMONIA g£ 19c CALIFORNIA CRISP SWEET JUICY Pears 2 25c BLUE LABEL Karo st-15c FRESH—Not Rationed GROUND VEAL ■ 25c CALIFORNIA—FRESH TENDER CRISP Carrots 2 13c GRADE "A" QUALITY OVEN ROAST - 26c KRAFT'S PHILADELPHIA CHEESE 2 17c SWIFT'S or ARMOUR'S SMOKED TONGUE - 39c NEW CROP CAPE COD Cranberries«. 29c GRADE "A" QUALITY VEAL ROUND STEAK - 39c TEX SUN Grapefruit luice r 25c ASSORTED SLICED LUNCH MEAT > 29c CHESAPEAKE BAY SELECT OYSTERS -79c PEACHES 25c fUEECE LARGE NOT IflCCJC ASSORTMENT RATIONE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

eJmn /Mnes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 2—Number 4 HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 18, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Ycai War Chest Needs Great As '45 Drive Opens In County The goal in the Harris County War Chest's victory campaign be- ing conducted this month is $1,785,- (594, according to Edd R. Turner, campaign chairman. It is $114,000 less than was raised last year. Paradoxically, however, the goal cannot be attained if givers cut their pledges by a proportionate six per cent. "The reduction in the goal is less by far than the amount lost in pledges of demobilized war work- ers, no longer available for solici- tation," Mr. Turner said. "Further- more, last year we had $110,000 over-subscription from the year before to use. This year we have no such funds except a saving of $61,500, which is figured in. "I, personally, am convinced that the citizens serving ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 18, 1945 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Belluire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN II. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor Entered as second-class matter, October 12, 1944, at the Post Office at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription SI.00 a Year RAMBLING.... Breathing a sigh of relief these days is Mrs. R. A. Parish of 4125 Riley. Her three daughters, Joyce, Joann and Gloria, all had their ton- sils removed—and on the same day, too. Glad to know they're doing nicely. . . . It's just your hard luck if you failed to get around last Friday when F. M. Wallace of Pik-N-Pay giving out those two-bit cigars. The the ,-al of Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phono Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 18, 1945 Fido Needs A Friend Dogs will be dogs. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

October 18, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Join The Crowds going to the West University LIONS CLUB CARNIVAL In The Village EVERY DAY UNTIL OCTOBER 28 RIDE! RIDE! RIDE! THE TILT 'A' WHIRL nir ri v mammoth BIG ELY ™ MERRY-GO-ROUND KIDDIE AIRPLANE SWINGS FUN BARREL ★ Enjoy the Thrill of the MIDWAY With 20 Fascinating Novelty Merchandise Concessions i '• ,v "x Come One-Come All for an evening of GOOD CLEAN FUN! For Kiddies—For Groivn-Ups Bring the whole family, the neighbors, your friends, for a full evening of fun and frolic in the nearby Village Shopping Center. . . . Let the kiddies ride the Merry-Go- Round, the Tilt 'A' Whirl, "Big Ely"—the giant ferris wheel, and other thrilling rides. . . . Enjoy the midway with its novelty games. . . . Win valuable prizes. . . . Your Lions Club is sponsoring this Bob Hammond Carnival, and its members will personally supervise the entire amusement center to insure safety and good clecn fun. ENTIRE LIONS CLUB PROFITS GO FOR CIVIC AND * * CHARITABLE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 18, 1945 Garden Federation Slate* Friday Meet The Houston Federation of Gar- den Globs will meet Friday in the Garden Center or. Hermann Drive, accord:. ? Mr- John W. Painter of 2522 Glenn Haven, publicity chairman. The program will feature talks entitled '/Elvira Shows Her Car- der.." "Mkkir.g Your Own Contain- ers." sod "A Tree for Everv Serv- ice Star." * When asked his nationality, an old drunk replied. "Half Scotch, half soda." No More Changing Tires— \\ ill Self-Sufficient Bellaire Wife Turn Over Hard Jobs To Returning Hubbv? Doctors Recommend & When the soldier husband returns from the wars, does his wife remain the strong - armed, self - sufficient one, or does she lapse again into the clinging vine type ? Anyone interested may learn the answer to this question soon by observing the Ernest Mixon family of 4617 Ole- ander in Bellaire. While Ernest has been busy cop- ing with the Jap situation in India, Guam, Honolulu and Australia. Rose M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

October 18, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Building Pace In West University Gains Momentum The report of R. B. Allen, West University Place city engineer, to the City Commission for the third quarter of 1945 reflects an accele- ration in building trends which was expected with the end of the war and the loosening of restrictions on construction. During the three-month period permits were issued for 64 new homes and one tile combination storeroom and shop. Total value of all permits including repairs and alterations for the quarter was $403,925. Cumulative data for the nine month period beginning January 1 shows a total of 115 new homes, three four-way apartments and one store building which, together with repairs, alterations and additions, brings the total value of construc- tion for 1945 to $731,237. Since October 1 permits have been issued for nine additional homes. The trend of building construc- tion points to a resumption of the pre-war rate of an average of two units per work...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 18, 1945 Art Museum Features Exhibit Of Photos Currently on exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts of Houston is the "Twentieth Annual Salon of Photography." The pictures may be viewed until November 4. A series of lectures on the Straus Collection is being given by James Chilton, Jr. Next Wednesday at 8:30 p. m. he will speak on "Paint- ing of the Northern . European Schools," and on October 31 at the same hour he will discuss "Sculp- ture." * DID YOU KNOW Tears wash the eye with nature's strongest germ killer; just one tea- spoonful of tears would give anti- septic power to 100 gallons of water. Slanting The SPORTS With BURT RULE FLETCHER'S HOME & AUTO SUPPLY Visit Our GIFT SHOP China - Class Hunting and arc -- Potle ishing Licet 2414 University Blvd. J. 2-9907 As a result of last week's foot- ball doings we are just oozing good cheer. Saturday night we were almost tempted to ask the boss to get out a sports extra. And of course the reason for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

October 18, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 « I • «l Braeburn Man Boasts Enviable Collection Of Rare Guns J. H. LaugheacI Perfects Home-Made Rat Killer That Gets The Job Done When J. H. Laughead of 5403 Brae Burn Drive set out to outdo the Pied Piper of Hamlin, he did a bang-up job of elimi- nating the neighborhood rodents which had roamed the fields and garages for so long! What! No mouse-trap? No rat- trap? Right—only a gun. But, the element that makes this gun different is that it's a product of imagination, and that is the priceless gift the gods bestowed upon Mr. Laughead. It's an invention—this rat gun! Briefly, the gun has a barrel large enough for a good-size rat to crawl into, and simple bait entices his curiosity. No one needs to be around. The touch of the bait in- stantaneously discharges a 38-cali- ber shell, striking directly in the head with deadly precision. And, believe it or not, on several occa- sions two rats have been killed at once. The mechanism of this gun is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 18, 1945 Pershing Junior High Students Cop Three Top Honors In Houston City-Wide Fire Prevention Poster Contest Section Youngsters Win Recognition In Art Achievements Art students of Pershing Junior High School walked away with the three top spots in a poster contest sponsored last week by the Houston Fire Department. The posters, based on a fire prevention theme, were judged in competition with drawings from all junior high schools in the Houston Independent School District. Erik Sprohge, 13-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sprohge of 4227 Oberlin, won the first prize of $25. His poster will be entered in a national contest. A second prize of $15 was won by Marjorie Kroupa, Headquarters for HOME NEEDS HARDWARE -- PAINT DRV GOODS & NOTIONS PIPE & PIPE FITTINGS PIPE THREADING KELLY'S#VARIETY £r Hardware Store Opposite Bellaire Post Office TT *' ..,rMT P'-.tS / Students of Pershing Junior High School won the three first prizes in the Houston ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

i u October 18, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 fyftGA/tfi DILLINGER IMPORTED CUBAN RUM 1.19 85 Proof FULL PINT RIPPLE SPRING 86 Proof or Mays River 2.49 FULL FIFTH PRINCE GEORGE 86 Proof or PENNBROOK 85 Proof FULL FIFTH 2.98 GOLDEN HOUSE FINE QUALITY CUBAN RUM 86 Proof FULL PINT 1.35 CRESTA CHAMPAGNE or SPARKLING BURGUNDY NATURAL FERMENTATION BLANCA 3.45 DRY IMPERATOR 3.98 NEW YORK STATE CHAMPAGNE BRUT HILL & HILL OR SUNNYBROOK 93 Proof Ulend CHOICE FIFTH 3.83 SIR OLIVER A FINE KENTUCKY BLEND 86 Proof FULL FIFTH 3.50 BROWN FORMAN'S KING 3.98 A Mellow Light Blend 86.8 Proof FIFTH Schenley Reserve OR SEAGRAM'S 7s 3.98 FULL FIFTH CROIX ROYALE PRIVATE STOCK—SELECT PURE CALIFORNIA WINES MADEIRA—MUSCATEL TAWNY PORT—ALL 20% FIFTH 1.29 Know What You Drink—Drink What You Know Heublein's Club Cocktails MARTINI MANHATTAN SIDE CAR OLD-FASHIONED 3.79 FIFTH GLENMORE'S Old Thompson 86 Proof A Mellow Light Whiskey 2.25 HERE AGAIN! Sweetheart BRAND SWEET WINES Produced in California Red Port Mus...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 18, 1945 Exchange Of Students Urged As Aid To United States Good Neighbor Policy Exchange of students between the United States and other coun- tries will go a long way in the post- war world toward cementing good will between this and other nations, in the opinion of leading educators. Top experts in international re- lations also agree that to young Americans studying abroad and to foreign students rounding out their Plate Lunches Meat J n Two Vegetables Cold Beer and Beer To Go Bellaire Cafe C. H. NELIUS M. 2-0182 educations in the United States will fall much of the responsibility of educating the peoples of the w about one another, according to an article in the October issue of Good Ilousekeecping magazine. These international experts seem to feel that heretofore the movies have presented distorted pictures of American life; that diplomats never meet the common people of other nations, and that tourists are too busy hitting the points of tere...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

October 18, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 I ) !• «•> West University Civie Club To Hold Speeial Meeting The program scheduled for last Thursday's meeting of the West University Civic Club will be pre- sented at a special meeting at 8 p. m. next Wednesday. The meet- ing will be held in the City Hall, as the Community House will not be available on that date. At this time W. W. McClendon will make a report 011 the findings of his firm, Haile & McClendon, Ltd., in regard to the plans and specifications submitted by the Garrett Engineering Company on the paving of University Boule- vard. Mr. McClendon was unable KAY'S "Where Friemh Meet" STEAKS -- SEAFOOD FRENCH FRIED ONIONS BARBECUE MEXICAN FOOD BEER ON TAP 2324 Bissonnet to make his report last Thursday because he did not receive a com- plete copy of the plans in time to make a survey, civic club leaders stated. The review of the plans has been requested because certain tax- payers have expressed doubt as to whether concrete ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

%) Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 18, 1945 s nothing more painful than hammering a thumb while trying to hammer a nail! Next time you have any odd jobs to do about the house, try sticking the nail through a piece of stout card- board and holding it with this; and "mis-hits" can then do no damage! HENRY'S FSXST SHOP Don't wait to have your Gas Heaters Cleaned and Adjusted. Defective Ilose or Gas Connec- tions may cause Fire or Explosion. Expert Repairing of •HEATING PADS •VACUUM CLEANERS •TOASTERS • WAFFLE IRONS Dependable Service 6117 Kirby Drive Next to Bank Fold sweaters c them stored in a keep their shape. irefully and keep drawer so they Dunk the broom in a bucket of water at least once a week to keep it clean, healthy and long-lived. Thin old blankets are useful an interlining for a child's coat or a baby's bunting, as an ironing board pad, or as silencer cloths for dining room table. Don't hang feather pillows in the sun as sunlight draws out the nat- We Sharpen and Repair...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

October 18, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 There's a lot oi friendly merchants in THE VILLAGE Who are able and willing to serve— Who have big plans for making their stores and The Village Shopping Center the best place to trade for every need— Who want to see their counters and shelves bursting with the best merchandise obtainable— And who want to give you courteous, prompt, and efficient service always— And This Is All For YOU Watch The Village Grow IT WILL GROW—AND FAST—BECAUSE BUSY MINDS AND BUSY HANDS ARE PREPARING THE WAY. SOON YOU'LL SEE NEW BUILDINGS, NEW BUSINESSES EAGER TO SERVE—EVERYTHING FOR YOU. OF THE VILLAGE ASSOCIATION RIGHT NOW— IN THE VILLAGE YOU'LL FIND BARBER SHOPS BEAUTY SHOPS SERVICE STATIONS A VARIETY STORE SHOE REPAIRING PHYSICIANS NURSERIES LAUNDRIES CLEANERS REALTY COMPANIES LIQUOR STORES ALTO REPAIRING DENTISTS AUTO SUPPLY STORES DRUGGISTS BAKERIES SUPER FOOD MARKETS LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR BOOK SHOPS BICYCLE ANI) LAWNMOWER REPAIRING THEATRE HARDWARE STORES ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 18, 1945 Qawle+UtUf. MAIli;\RET .. S\\ KITZER Don't make a bonfire when you rake up all those dead leaves. Dig a shallow trench and bury them. Within a few months, the leaves will decay and be valuable humus Harris Gulf . . Service Station Iwilry University Blvd. at Edloe M. 2-0131 Patronise Your Friends aiul Neighbors Thomos W. Hopkins 2315 Bella ire Blvd. * Thomas (Tom) W. Hopkins, Jr. 2403 Southgate LET US INSURE YOU— BOND YOU No matter where you are lo- cated we solicit and appreciate liusi and business) (Remember o Office: RANKERS MORTGAGE RLDG. ★ On leave of absence in U. S. Armv. F. 0078 to add to your flower beds. (Humus helps sandy soils retain moisture and lightens clay soils.) Or better still, add the leaves to your com- post pile. Oak leaves make an ex- cellent mulch for your azaleas. When you burn leaves, you are burning something of real value to your garden. Shasta daisies, montbretias, Lou- isiana phlox and perennials which are over...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

October 18,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 "Social Notes- Hostess for a coke party Satur- day morning was Miss Helen Hed- ley, who entertained in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hedley of 1928 Sunset Boulevard. There were 50 guests. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cloras C. Moore of Bellaire over the week-end were Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Trolinger of Oklahoma City. Mr. Trolinger is Mrs. Moore's brother. Mrs. Malcolm L. Pech and daugh- ter, Lynndall, are now residing in their home at 4008 Coleridge after spending several months in Long WOLF'S WEEKLY SPECIAL FOUR UNIT—$14,500 Vicinity Tower Theatre Three of the apartments have two bedrooms each, and the fourth is an efficiency apartment. A well-con- structed building, nicely located, with r good i LET US SELL YOUR REAL ESTATE We have operated for nearly twenty yearn exclusively in the Southwest Section and are thoroughly familiar with property values, are members of the National, State and Houston Real Estate Boards, exper...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 October 1945

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 18, 1945 NOURISHING FOODS Jbr four family AMERICAN SARDINES Cans IN SALAD Oil 15c SAVE! BUY THESE SPECIALS THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Apples, hot dogs, cider . . . typical autumn foods that are sure-fire when the leaves begin to fall and the weather is nippy. Hot cereal also comes to the fore for a warm break- fast treat. PEACOCK LONG GRAIN RICE 2 23C DEL MONTE FANCY Fruit Cocktail No. 2i/2 Can 31c LITTLE MILL BRAND Blackeye Peas 2 < ■ Z9C VAN CAMP'S BEANEE WEENEE BEANS WITH SLICED WEINERS IN TOMATO SAUCE 11-Oz. Jar 18c DURKEE'S ■■ COLORED MARGARINE 35C 1PPLE S t j) am pies w-Aaiads.puddings EXTRA FANCY WASHINGTON Delicious 219c JUST ARRIVED—NEW CROP OF TEXAS ORANGES' 2' 49c FIRM HEADS SNOW BALL Cauliflower 219c HOME GROWN YOUNG TENDER WHITE Lbs. SQUASH 2 u, 19c '--MEATS BEEF OR VEAL Short Ribs 18c FULLY DRESSED Fryers 47c ARMOUR STAR TREET - 29c GRADE "A" QUALITY VEAL Round Steak 37c C.H.B. TOMATO CATSUP - 16c GRADE "A" QUALITY Oven Roast 26c...

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