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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

January 10, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 EXCELLENT QUALITY SUNNYLAND SELECT PURE GRAPE FULLY AGED CALIFORNIA SWEET WINES CHOICE OF PORT f SHERRY ( MUSCATEL ) All 20% Alcohol HALF GALLON Fifth .65 1.58 gallon 2.98 CALIFORNIA SHERRY WINc POPULAR • SCHENLEY RESERVE 86 Proof PREWAR BLEND FIFTH • KINSEY 86.8 Proof The Straight Whiskies in this product are Five, Six and Seven Years Old FIFTH • G & B BLACK LABEL 86 Proof 3.98 FIFTH 3.98 FIFTH 3.60 FIFTH WHISKIES • THREE FEATHERS 86 Proof FIRST AMONG FINE WHISKIES • HARWOOD'S 90.4 Proof FINE CANADIAN WHISKEY • BROWN FORMAN'S KING 86 Proof The Straight Whiskies in this product are 51 months or more old 3.98 FIFTH 5.98 FIFTH 3.85 RIPPLE SPRINGS 2.49 85 Proof BLEND Full Fifth PENNBR00K roof DED IKEY 2.98 85 Proof BLENDED WHISKEY FULL FIFTH The Straight Whiskies in This Product Are Four Years or More Old. BLCNIIEOWHWn ROMA WINES 79c FIFTH 59c PORT SHERRY MUSCATEL All 20% Alcohol BURGUNDY OR SAUTERNE All 12% Alcohol FIFTH 86.8 Proof LIQUEU...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 10,1946 Frank Burns VFW Post Meets Next Week The Frank Burns Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will meet at 8 p. m. next Thursday night in the Southside Place Club- house. Commander H. W. Gillis, Jr., stated that members of the VFW and all men who served overseas in the armed forces during World War I or II are invited to attend. Harris Gulf .■ . Service Station IWllrJ University Blvd. at Edloe M. 2-0131 ' ■' A hotw^ter bottle placed in the clothespin bag when hanging out clothes will keep the hands warm in cold weather. Here's a different frosting for white or yellow cake. To one-half cup crushed pineapple, add one cup crumbled macaroons, one-half tea- spoon lemon juice, and a little con- fectioners' sugar to taste. To add greatly to the conven- ience of your knitting or sewing bag, paste a piece of measuring Always Look to Barbara Jean for the mode in HAIR STYLING The finest equipment and most skilled operators assure you of the best in beauty...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

January 10, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 * George Brown Predicts Era Of Great Expansion Through Civic Cooperation (The following statement was prepared by George M. Brown of 6544 Sewanee, civic leader, prominent in West Uni- versify Civic Chili affair*.) "Taxation without representation" was a major cause of the Revolutionary War and its beneficial results. "Annexa- tion without representation" is now causing a legal war in Harris County. In the future the annexation of one county by another will cause the legal war of Texas. The political domain of any and all politicians is carefully guarded, and when there is the least effort to gerrymander or reorganize, their squawks can be heard to high heaven. Every ounce of rationalism is immediately lost, and the taxpayers' money flows like bayou sewage. (No reference to Brays.) This being on each successive occa- !• «• '! sion increased, because the legal talent of our great country is add- ing, day by day, to our multiplicity r i Child...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

Hage 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 10,1946 WUP Civic Club Conducts Forum On Annexation With a view toward getting the facts and making them public, the West University Civic Club will conduct an open discussion of the recently enacted ordinance annex- ing Bellaire and Southside Place and the resulting litigation, accord- HEMSTITCHING MRS. ROBERT J. SVETER 3023 Nottingham Madison 2-5477 MRS. J. H. Bohmfalk REAL ESTATE • Bellaire • Westmoreland Farms 4921 Bellaire Blvd. ing tQ Ralph R. Browning, presi- dent. Mr. Browning and other offi- cers elected for 1946 will be in- stalled at this meeting. Members of the city councils of West University, Bellaire and Southside Plave have been invited to attend the meeting and citizens of all three cities will be welcome, Mr. Browning stated. Pointing out that 1946 is an im- portant election year, Mr. Brown- ing said that the club is urging all citizens to pay their poll taxes. In the City of West University Place it is probable that a general im-...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

January 10,1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 Buildings are Going Up and we're Going Places in THE VILLAGE There has been a lot of talking and planning about making "The Village" the finest and most complete shopping center in the South—Now you are seeing action! Look around—workmen are clearing ground, preparing foundations, moving material and finishing buildings. And it's only the beginning. New buildings mean new businesses, new opportunities for those who seek to serve you. Yes, we're really going places. Watch The Village Grow Buildings started and those to break ground within three months will house— LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR INFANTS' WEAR SHOP COLD STORAGE LOCKER AUTO REPAIR GARAGE APPLIANCE STORE MEN'S SHOP VARIETY STORE FUR STORAGE SPORTING GOODS SHOE STORE PRINTING PLANT AND THIS IS ALL FOR YOU THem&en, 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 CLEAN...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 10, 194S SOMEBODY'S STENOG—Ready for the Gale WIND SHIELD ' gets me how dumb most men in the nut business are-that's they fail.' i'll you more LUNCH only last week yeg, my maid, you know I saved 7uis bus ness mamy times from failing- I- X-et<? our sales went down again - did I worry'-3-pfft' I saw to rr that they came up an' they did/ >nl w 4fter lumch REG'LAR FELLERS—Thrifty Gardener sure i'm havin' a a vicvr.y garden ) thats this year,- giiand, I GOT IT ALL. ) 1 PINHEAD planted / i didn't have ) { to buy any \ $ seeds either,- \ i saved every V .seed i could get ) during th' winter! A WHAT do you mean ? / well, come \ / on down to \ i my yard an' j V i'll show s \ ya! /_ By GENE BYRNES ft THERE, Y AS.1, OLIE! -W'SATe*, pfAc nes - / r> TERMITE CONTROL Have the foundation of your home treated with Grade 1 Wood Preservative. Average cost per home $50 to $100. Reliable — Bonded — Service WE ALSO RID YOUR PREMISES OF ANTS AND ROACHES Telephon...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

January 10,1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 !?• H • New Rotary Club, Organized To Serve Wide Area, Named For West University The final organizational meeting of Houston's newest service club, The Rotary Club of West University Place, Texas, was held January 2 in the office of Campbell & Ad- kins, 4848 Main Street. With 26 charter members FULLER BRUSHES Your Dealer J. ARTHUR BROWN Serving the Area South of University Blvd. Office Phone Res. Phone F. 0400 J. 2-2170 on that date, the group now has 40 members and leaders hope to reach a total member- ship of 200. Meetings will be held each Tuesday evening, but the location has not been set. Officers elected at the meeting were Thomas Sumners, rector of St. John the Divine Episcopal Church, president; Loran L. Ad- kins, vice president; Lawrence F. Fuqua, secretary; Dr. Reagan Mar- shall, treasurer, and Henry B. Casey, sergeant-at-arms. Service to the community is the organization's primary aim, said HOW ON DISPLAY! NEW ELECTRIC APPLIA...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

npfgif Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 10, 1946 SAVE! Buy These SPECIALS THURSDAY- FRIDAY- SATURDAY FOLGER TEXANA SUDS Large Box 19c SHERWOOD WHOLE UNPEELED PRUNE PLUMS No. 1/i Can 19c SUNSWEET PRUNE JUICE Quart Bottle 23c MUSSELMAN'S PURE APPLE BUTTER 28-Oz. Jar 23c FOR BETTER HEALTH GRADE "A" QUALITY Oven Roast Lb. 26c GRADE "A" QUALITY Sirloin Steak Lb. 33c ALL MEAT WEINERS Lb. 31c VEAL OR BEEF Short Ribs Lb. 18c KRAFT'S VELVEETA CHEESE 0% Lb. ^ Box 69c FULL DRESSED—FRESH IN OUR OWN PLANT FRYERS 55c I HENS 47c DANISH COFFEE RINGS 25c Each DELICIOUS MARBLE POUND CAKE 35c MEXICAN WHITE SWEET BERMUDA Onions 3 1 29c TEXAS SWEET THIN SKIN JUICY Oranges 2 39c CALIFORNIA JUICY Calavos Each 19c TEXAS RIPE FIRM GOOD FLAVOR Tomatoes 2 Lbs. 25c UNCLE WILLIAM—FANCY WONDER Sweet Peas 2 Cans 25c LIBBY'S—SOLID PACK CUSTARD Pumpkin a,2"- 14c MOTT'S PURE Apple Juices 29c HAPPY VALE—CREAM STYLE SweetCorn llc BIG TOWN SALAD DRESSING Ja" 22c B. & M. OVEN Baked ** 18-Oz. Beans Jar 17c CAMPBELL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 January 1946

Volume 2—Number 17 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 17, 1946 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Court Hearing This Month Will Bring W. University Pool Step Nearer Reality A hearing has been set in Dis- trict Court for January 26 on the condemnation proceedings filed by the City of West University Place to secure title to the Cunningham tract for a swimming pool and paTk site. The tract, consisting of 12 acres, is located south of Riley Street, and bounded by Weslayan Street on the west and Southside Place on the east. Title to the tract is in litigation between various claimants with the result that the city is unable to deal directly with any owner. The hearing will be on the matter of value only, the city's right to con- demn and occupy the land not be- ing a matter in question. Large Pool Planned Preliminary plans for the devel- opment of the site call for con- struction of a swimming pool hav- ing an overall length of 320 feet divided into three sections for wad- ing, swimming and divin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 January 1946

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 17, 1946 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 GUS BARKOW Staff Photographer 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, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 17, 1946 PAY YOUR POLL In local, state and national affairs 1946 looms as an impor- tant election year. If you do not pay your poll tax in January AND VOTE in the coming elections, you have no moral right to raise your voice when local, state or national decisions are' made that do not meet with your approval. Precinct, county, district, state and congressional posts will be filled this year. If y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 January 1946

January 17, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES SAVOY Cafeteria and Restaurant featuring GOOD FOOD AND SERVICE • DAILY PLATE LUNCH Meat, 2 Vegetables, Dessert . . 50c EVENING MEALS Enjoy one of our CHOICE STEAKS Open Every Dny 7 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. Close Sunday at 3 P.M. D. MITCHELL. Mgr. 2529 Rice Blvd. II. 0066 St. Andrew's Changes Place Of Meeting St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, which has been holding services in the West University Elementary School auditorium since its organization several months ago, is now meeting in the school cafeteria, Dr. Malcolm Pur- cell announced. The congregation is planning to construct a church building in the not too distant future, Dr. Purcell stated. AMERICAN n a urc LEGION UAltlE New Yorker Dinner Club TUESDAY, JANUARY 22 Everyone Invited Tickets From Members or At Door 24 HOUR TAXI SERVICE LATE MODEL CARS 35c First Mile 10c Each Additional Mile UNIVERSITY CAB 1 M. 2-4495 HAVE YOU CHECKED YOUR CAR LATELY? SEE US TODAY E. 0. WILLIS & SON "Slim" and "Shor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 January 1946

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 17, 1946 LOEW'S Now Playing "VACATION FROM MARRIAGE" ROBERT DONAT An M-C-M Picture "Social Notes- Entertaining in honor of her husband on his birthday, Mrs. M. C. "Bill" Walker, Jr., of 2738 Tal- bot gave a party in the Empire Room last week. There were 10 guests. Recent guests in the Grady Ev- ans home at 4206 Southwestern were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilkinson of Palestine, Texas, and her brothers, Lt. Newton Wil- kinson, who has recently returned WEST UNIVERSITY CHURCH OF CHRIST Rice at Auricn St*. Res. Plione M. 2-6556 Sends a personal invitation to YOU to worship at all services of the Church. Gospel preaching and congregational singing. YOU will enjoy the services. "More than a welcome awaits YOU." Bible School 10:00 A.M. Worship and Sermon .11:00 A. M. EVENING 6 P. M. (Note Change of Time in Evening Service) VENETIAN BLINDS • REPAINTED • REPAIRED • NEW TAPE AND CORD • ALL BLIND SUPPLIES T. 6065 4 DAY SERVICE Alcan Venetian Blind Co. 3...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 January 1946

January 17, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 6 Southside Mayor Heads WU Council- (Continued from Page 1) residence was not one of the issues. In addition to the mayor, other officers elected were Jere Eubank, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Eubank of 3729 Sunset, judge; Jack Hern- don,, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hemdon of 3752 Rice Boulevard, mayor pro-tem; Jack McFarland, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. McFar- FULLER BRUSHES Your Dealer J. ARTHUR BROWN Serving the Area South of University Blvd. Office Phone Res. Phone F. 0400 J. 2-2170 land of 6341 Vanderbilt, patrol chief; Jimmy Nees, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Nees of 4025 Swarth- more, fire chief; Tommy Draper, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Draper of 6337 Sewanee, junior commando chief; George Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Parker of 3607 Am- herst, park commissioner; Harry Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thomas of 6438 Vanderbilt, Red Cross president, and Ann Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Smith of 3317 Rice Boulevard, health commission...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 January 1946

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 17, 1946 HANNAH NIDAY Florint CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS Delivery Service MADISON 2-4436 4502 Old Richmond Road NO PLACE LIKE HOME "1 miss those good home-cooked | meals," said an ex-prisoner who j was trying to get back into the . Hattiesburg, Miss., hoosegow. I RAMBLING... HEMSTITCHING MRS. ROBERT J. SVETER 3023 Nottingham Madison 2-5477 AMERICAN |\ A urc LEGION I/AHIC New Yorker Dinner Club TUESDAY, JANUARY 22 Invited Tickets From Members or At Door BUSINESS MEN'S BIBLE CLASS OF WEST UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH AUDEN AT AMHERST Extends to all men an invitation to tvorship with us. A friendly welcome awaits you. 9:45 A. M.—Sunday School 11:00 A. M.—Morning Worship 6:15 P.M.—Training Union 7:15 P.M.—Evening Worship Ray V. Mayfield Pastor and Bible Class Teacher Congratulations to Mickey Lavy of 3524 Sunset Boulevard on his election last week to the second vice presidency of the Houston Junior Chamber of Commerce . . . Doing nicely after a major op...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 January 1946

January 17,1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES I'ajre 7 * ft C* • « • • • « • * • • • « • ♦ • • • « • • • PACK 34 TO MEET Ceremonies centered around the annual renewal of its charter 1 be featured at the meeting of Cub Pack 34 at 7:30 p. m. Monday at St. Mark's Church. J. S. Spencer i is cubmaster. H. C. Mayers of 6410 AudenJ chairman of the executive commit- tee for the Southwest District, will speak. Miss Huriey To Wed Naval Office Your C.B.S. Station Local Lions Add Many Members In Current Drive With 22 new members already added to the rolls of the West Uni- versity Lions Club during the Jan- uary membership drive, the group will hold its final meeting of the month tonight at 7:30 at Bill Wil- liams Chicken Shack. Many new members are expected to be tat en in at the meeting. The drive closes officially when the board of direc- tors meets later this month, Dr. William Frank Cole, president, !stated. I The current drive is in honor of ! the Lions international president, I Melvin Jones. Rivalr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 January 1946

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 17, 1946 That is our contribution towards our Nation's fight against INFLATION. ^Hen you shop at on^ of " Our stores you are sure of: PENNBROOK 85 Proof BLENDED WHISKEY The Straight Whiskies in This Product Are Four Years or More Old. FULL FIFTH 2.98 • WIDE VARIETY OF NATIONALLY ADVER- TISED BRANDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS • INTELLIGENT SUGGESTIONS WHEN CALLED FOR ► FAIR AND REASONABLE PRICES ON YOUR "GOOD SPIRITS" AT ALL TIMES 'COURTEOUS SERVICE TO EVERY CUSTOMER EXCELLENT QUALITY SUNNYLAND SELECT PURE GRAPE FULLY AGED CALIFORNIA SWEET WINES CHOICE OF PORT J SHERRY MUSCATEL ) All 20% Alcohol HALF GALLON Fifth .65 1 CO FULL o oo l.vO GALLON LimfJO CALIFORNIA SHERRY WINf COINTREAU 5.65 80 Proof Original Formula FIFTH From the Fabulous SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY where Spanish dons and monks first made fine wines. CAMEO VINEYARDS IS again PRODUCING by the same original, painstak- ing methods, a line of fine wines, such as Croix Royale Private Stock 20% by Volume. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 January 1946

January 17, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Mi. West University Taxpayers Association Takes Stand Favoring Merger Of Cities At the regular monthly meeting of the City of West Uni- versity Place Taxpayers Association on January 8, the meet- ing went on record unanimously as approving the annexation by the City of West University Place of the cities of Bellaire, Southside Place and other contiguous territory. A statement issued after the meeting read: "It is difficult to see how such a move can fail to prove beneficial for all taxpayers in the area involved in intro- ducing governmental economy by substituting one city government for many such units. "Most of Metropolitan Houston Perfected Cleaning CAMPUS CLEANERS Univewity Blvd. ! I «38BSff Jackson 2 5149 /MEGD has grown with little or no plan- ning and this is the last opportun- ity the citizens of this area will have to see that future growth in the area involved is planned in ad- vance and as a unit since a very large building prog...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 January 1946

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 17, 1946 • I REG'LAR FELLERS—Gem Expert ^ GOSH! lcotot th' pr.ice on ' diamond RIN6 ! W®W! By GENE BYRNES why oney last week. i paid ten cents for. th' veey -5ame wing for. zoolie at th' five 'n' dime an' mine wastw!c£yas big WHAODAYA MEAN what robbery! / what robbery ? its a BANDITRY real diamond they ozteiz be hung." oouldn1! it may be worth* YESSIfc. EVERY PENNY OF fifteen thou5an bucks 5$JF? >,?•>! /v*/ sm 4-'-4 *<•, C | 4v/«/ SOMEBODY'S STENOG—It's Just Smithers! THAT AUNT EXPERTON that's a wolf in sheers clothing! RADIO COMEDIAN! the famous african big game hunter Why cud Carol Eubank want much to go to the Thursday night basketball game and who did she go with Yes, believe it or not, Judy Kenelly has given up roaming and has at last settled for Paul Eckles Congrats to both of you!! Nina Vance Teen Talk By JEAN HARLOW Graduutc T c. U. School of Speech, Columbia University, and the American Academy of Dramatic Art ANNOUNCES SPRING CLA...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 January 1946

January 17, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 A/euu- OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK PICK UP ANI) DELIVERY SERVICE FAST AND SLOW BATTERY CHARGING POLISHING AND WAXING Harris Gulf Service Station Burkett Auxiliary Holds Tid-Bil Supper The auxiliary of John R. Burkett Post 77 of the American Legion will sponsor a Tid-Bit Supper, AMERICAN |\A!lfE LEGION l/AlllE New Yorker Dinner Club TUESDAY, JANUARY 22 Everyone Invited Tickets From Members or At I)oor DR. J.G. EGANHOUSE Practicing; OPTOMETRY THE SCIENCE OF VISION 3216 Milam Hours by Appointment L. 0548 We Specialize in All Types of PERMANENT WAVES AND HAIR STYLING FACIALS and ail other Beauty Service DERMETICS OPERATORS { MurVkneLy^' RICE BLVD. BEAUTY SHOP Sue Fleming, Owner 2503 RICE BLVD. HADLEY 0088 WAIT AND SEE ALL THE BIG PICTURES AT THE Phone K. 3-6371 VILLAGE 2412 University THURSDAY "PERU"—Unusual Occupations A I • "POLICING GERMANY"—This is America ""-J'-' • "LONG SHOTS OF FAVORITES"—Te.l llu iii« FRIDAY AND SATURDAY George Claire Signe RRF...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 January 1946

faj?e 12 SOUTH WESTERN TIMES January 17, 1946 V THAT MEANS MORE FOR YOUR MONEY SAVE! & SPECIALS THURS.-FRIDAY-SAT. DELG ADO'S Mexican Stvle Beans No. .*500 Cans 25c NU-MAID OLEOMARGARINE - 18c DELHI—IN SYRUP HALVES FREESTONE PEACHES r 23c GOLD COAST PURE Peach Preserves27c VAN CAMP'S Chili Con Carne r 23c TOP fc QUALITY DRESSED IN OUR OWN PLANT FULL DRESSED HENS 47c GRADE "A" QUALITY Oven Roast ' " 26c GRADE "A" QUALITY Round Steak ■ •> 39c FRESH LEAN—END CUTS Pork Chops ' 29c PURE PORK Pan Sausage' „ 33c ASSORTED SLICED Luncheon Meats Lb. 29c PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR 10^ 47c PILLSBURY'S PANCAKE FLOUR !&"' 10c on H PRODUCE TEXAS YOUNG TENDER Carrots - 5c TEXAS YELLOW MILD Lb. 5c HOME GROWN GREEN FIRM Cabbage 5c EXTRA FANCY WINESAP APPLES . 5c "BAKED IN OUR OWN PLANT" LEMON JELLY CAKE ss. 75c CHOCOLATE Eclairs «10c SEA FEAST PINK Salmon s: 23c QUAKER YELLOW Coin Meal sk" 9c PURE WHITE GRANULATED Sugay 5jt 31c TEXANA SUDS Texas Soap BoxgC 19c MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE £ 31c Clorox...

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