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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 December 1944

December 7,1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 LET'S GET ACQUAINTED MEET MR. L. W. ELSON, MANAGER OF CORNELIUS NURSERIES NEW DISPLAY YARD LOCATED AT 2538 RICE BLVD. - K LET'S GET ACQUAINTED L. W. ELSON, Manager At 2538 RICE BLVD. ONLY! FINE—HEALTHY—STURDY AZALEAS OTHERS SI.50 TO $100.00 PRIDE OF MOBILE FORMOSA and DAPHNE SALMON WE GROW OUR OWN ROSES IN OUR TYLER NURSERY—30 VARIETIES—SUCH AS ^auonlte £aenbi2oomiiag ROSES • RED RADIANCE • PINK RADIANCE • ETOILLE DE HOLLANDS • TALISMAN • DAINTY BESS • LADY HILLINGTON • KOENIGEN LOUISE • BRIARCLIFFE • POINSETTA • CECIL BRUNNER 79 • CHAS. BELL • SPARKLER • GOLDEN SALMON • GLORIA MUNDI • EDITOR McFARLAND THESE ARE THE FINEST ROSES WE HAVE EVER OFFERED FOR SALE EVERY PLANT STURDY—HEALTHY AND FULL OF BUDS CAMELLIAS LARGE PLANTS PRICED $3.50 TO $50.00 MIXED VARIETIES 79 J2an.c5&cap£ Skuubr4" * ARBORVITAES • BAKER'S • BONITA • BERKMAN'S r"cn ' Grows Slowly to 8 Ft. Tall Yellowish Green—Tipped with Gold in Spring nnd Sui 79c 79€ ★ PRIVET HEDGE ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 December 1944

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 7, 1944 SPORTS DIGEST By Burt Rule Well, the final skirmish on the football front ended up okeh for Houston in general and the South- west area in particular. Lamar won clear-cut title as champion of Dis- trict 13 AA and Rice's concluding battle of the season ended in a well- margined victory. Lamar Plays Saturday The war of the gridiron is not over for Lamar, but it is curtains for Rice unless some unannounced development should place the Owls AAA ELECTRIC CO. Electrical Contracting Appliance Repairs Phone K. 3-2000 2717 BISSONNET in the Oil Bowl. The Redskins have a date with the Port Arthur Yellow- jackets on December 9 which, cording to all the experts, will be the end of the trail for them. This writer happens to be one ol the "eggsperts" who doesn't entire- ly agree with this unanimous pre- diction. I haven't much on which to base this disagreement as the son's records, quality and quantity of manpower, and even the sit the game, point a grim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 December 1944

December 7,1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 National Instrument— (Continued from Page 1) val Material. It will be accepted on behalf of the company by J. Virgil Scott, president. The individual "E" pins will be presented by Capt. George G. Mc- Donald of the St. Louis Ordnance District, with Mrs. Ailene Arrant responding for the employees. Rev. J. Lawrence Plumley, rector of St. Marks Episcopal Church, will de- liver the invocation. A band and HARRY L. SHAPIRO color guard from Ellington Field will participate. Dorothy Reed Mul len will sing "America." Originally organized in 1935 to manufacture precision instruments for the oil well industry, the firm engaged in making optical glass ele- ments for the army after this coun^ try entered the war. In 1942, it received an order from the navy for the construction of a modern plant to make 7x50 optical glass elements to be used in binoculars for the fleet. A new method for fitting prisms into their mounts in the binocu- lar, far superior to a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 December 1944

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 7, 1944 Excellence In Production Brings High Navy Commendation Admiral Foote Lauds Local Firm's Record In a tribute to the accom- plishments of the men and women of the National Instru- ment Corporation, Rear Ad- miral Percy W. Foote, Naval Inspection and Procurement Officer for this District, said that "while the firm is by no means the the entire section. The way that the firm has accomplished almost the impossible in meeting and beat- ing schedules in the manufacture of extremely important precision lenses for Navy binoculars certain- ly merits the presentation of this highly coveted 'E' flag." "I have watched the development of the National Instrument Corpo- ration from fewer than a hundred workers to its present personnel of 400," the Admiral continued. "Along with other Army ami Navy offi- cials, I am happy to salute this fine group for its loyalty, its ingenuity and its perseverance." NATI°NALlHSritUMBNT . .*P°toATlOH T1°NAl ItiiTHlJllXiij. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 December 1944

December 7,1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 NATIONAL INSTRUMENT CORPORATION The awarding of the Army-Navy "E", the highest honor that the armed forces of America can bestow on an industrial plant, is indicative of the ingenuity and patriotism of this outstanding organization. The friends of the National Instrument Corporation, whose names appear below, join in extend- ing this message. We wholeheartedly salute every man and woman whose unfailing devotion to the task of producing binocular lenses for Uncle Sam's Navy has made this award possible. • 10 A. W. Angelo, Mgr. European Import Rice Blvd. Store A Friend The Benson Company Builders Cochran Realty Co. Crystal White Laundry & Cleaning Co. Lewis L. Cook Humble Station Cornelius Nurseries Engineering Sales Company Geo. H. Dentler & Sons Fair-Maid Bread Fletcher Industrial Products Co. From A Friend Gayle Garrison, Mgr. Henke & Pillot—2430 University Blvd. Dr. Ralf A. Graves Houston Concrete Pipe Co. W. B. and E. S. Dixon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 December 1944

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 7,1944 Sunset Terrace Group Meets Next Tuesday The Sunset Terrace Group of the Garden Club of West University will meet at 10 a- m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Allen B. White, 37G5 Sunset Blvd. Mrs. Maud I. Glasgow will give a Christmas message. Mrs. C. G. Albert will be co-hostess. ★ Aluminum Shiner Make use of the tough rhubarb stalks in your garden patch. Boil them with water in your darkened aluminum pans and they'll shine the pans like new. After the boiling, rinse well. Primitive Sport Wrestling is the must uni and primitive of all sports. GUS BARKOW REAL ESTATE 6512 Mercer St. ones: M. 2-4220; M. 2-2171 Finer Drugs M. S. FINER Prescription Druggist Christmas Gifts and Wrappings Phone Madison 2-2711 BELLAIRE, TEXAS Santa Says— SHOP NOW KELLY'S VARIETY AND HARDWARE STORE For CHRISTMAS GIFTS Renne Allred Given Surprise Party On 80th Birthday Bel la ire Friends Help Octogenarian Mark Milestone A surprise luncheon in the Bel- laire Cafe Saturday was giv...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 December 1944

December 7,1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page Saoe.-a-Jl.ile. 1. When should a pillow bo placed in an infant's crib? a. Always. b. Never, c. Sometimes. 2. Falls can be prevented in snowy weather by: a. Wearing rubber-soled shoes, b. Keeping walks clfcar. c. Taking long strides. 3. When traveling 20.miles per hour in an automobile on glare ice without tire chains, it takes how many feet to stop the car? a. 80 feet. b. 169 feet. c. 210 feet. 4. What month of the school year has the lowest injury rate for stu- dents ? a. May. b. December c. March. 5. What proportion of school ac- cidents occur in the gym ? а. One-half. b. One-fifth. c. One-third. б. What color clothing should be worn in the woods during hunting a. Brown, b. White, c. Bright red. 7. Where do the majority of fa- tal accidents to workers occur? a. On-the-job. b. Off-the-job. 8. In industrial accidents what part of the body is injured most frequently ? a. Eyes. b. Fingers. c. Legs. 9. To avoid cutting yourself when chopping wood...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 December 1944

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 7, 1944 fyo* MatUmunt lUeaA. Rotate Ifowi Jlihe 'JltU Cvesuf. 3000 Mil&l Left reonr tv Lerr JPc/je Notice to Property Owners of This District If you arc contemplating sell- ing your home or lots get in touch with us at once as we can give you the market price of your property. We have been at this location for almost 13 years and we know this territory. 23 years in the real estate business. HOUSES BOUGHT AND SOLD HOUSES APPRAISED HOUSES REPAIRED HOUSES FINANCED Give Us a Trial West University Place Building & Realty Co. Musical Group Holds Meet At School Today The Pershing Parents' Music Club will meet at 1 p. m. today in the auditorium of West University Elementary School for a musical program and refreshments. Mrs. Thad Dederick is president. The boys over there are fighting for you—will you buy more War Bonds regularly for them? BLASINGAME DRUG STORE Prescription Druggists • Blasingame, Prop. KEEP UP YOUR HOME! All Types of Repairs Made...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 December 1944

December 7, 19-14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 3 | • t U. S. M. C. Releases New Boats To Public M-l plywood assault boats, longer needed in battle, will be sold to the public under ceiling prices set by OPA, Houston District officials have been advised. The U. S. Mari- time Commission will sell approxi- mately 3500 of these 13-foot boats, with the retail ceiling $75 per boat and the top price to dealers for resale $52.50. The brand new craft are priced at ceilings similar to those on comparable boats, OPA, advises. HOLIDAY HAIRDOS Gala holidays call for a lovelier you! Let us give you an exciting, pretty- making coif individually styled for you. Expert cuts and waves, done with an eye to your type, taste and budget. PLEASE MAKE APPOINTMENTS EARLY UNIVERSITY Newlyweds To Make Home In WUP "Social Notes MRS. WILLIAM EARL WRIGHT Capt- and Mrs. William Earl Wright will make their home at 4234 University Blvd. following their honeymoon. Before their marriage last Saturday night in the First...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 December 1944

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 7,1944 LIBBY'S FANCY 1944 PACK TOMATO JUICE Big 46-Oz. Can 29C PURE PLUM JAM 16-Oz. Jar 19c Ginger Bread 14-Oz. Pkg. ISc MICKIE'S BAKERY SPECIALS 'The Taste Tells The Difference'' 8-INCH Each FRUIT PIES .. 39c STRUSSEL Dozen COFFEE ROLLS. 19c JERGEN'S LOTION 50c Size J-lv ALABAMA STEWART PECANS " 39c 2 Lbs. . . . 75c VICK'S VA-TRO-NOL 30c *1 Qr Size * VV CALIFORNIA SUNKIST JUICY LEMONS 19c EXTRA FANCY JONATHAN APPLES Si?ed Dozen 25C PINTO BEANS 2 " 13c WATKINS GLEN PURE GRAPE JUICE 43c YELLOW MILD FIRM ONIONS 3Lb- 10c OXYDOL isr 21c SUNSHINE SUGAR HONEY GRAHAMS Lb. Box ... 19c SUNSHINE HI HO Lb. Box.. . 19c TOYS LARGE ASSORTMENT PRICED RIGHT CALIFORNIA Prunes SIZE 30/40 15c SOAP Camay 3-19c SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY CHECK THESE VALUES VEAL OVEN Roast ^ 25c Lb. FRESH CALF Liver 43c BOSTON STYLE Lamb ROAST Lb. 39c FULLY DRESSED Hens 45c Lb. PURE PORK PAN Sausage Lb 29c EXTRA SELECT Oysters Pi,,t 69c RICE BLVD.F00D MARKET Quality Foods at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 December 1944

-77 •ggfefut PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number 12 HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 14, 1941 5c a Copy—Subscription SI.00 a Year WUP Mayor Says Allen, Gammill To Retain Posts Announcement that R. B. Allen will be retained as city secretary- engineer of West University Place and C. E. Gammill as treasurer acting assessor-collector, has been made by Dr. A. L. Kerbow, mayor. J. M. Dunnington, re-elected com- missioner in the recent election, will serve as mayor pro tem for the term beginning January 2. Mr. Allen will have charge of the over-all operation and management of the water and sanitary s< systems, the drainage system, parks, streets, bridges, garbage col lection and maintenance. In his de- partment will be a superintendent of streets, bridges, garbage collec- tion, parks and drainage, a superin- tendent of the water system and office assistant. Mr. Gammill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 December 1944

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 14,1944 w Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Rraeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area by the Sentinel Publishing Company IRVIN H. BRACKMAN ETTA MARTIN Burt Rule A. Lee Burge Chas. G. Crocker Entered i Editor and Publisher Associate Editor Sports Editor Staff Artist Staff Photographer Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas Phone Hadley 3574 . . Evening Phone Madison 2-1085 HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 14, 1944 What Do You Know! The Southwestern Times, since its inception almost three months ago, has strived to give its readers a "blow by blow" picture of the activities of this section. While compliments and commendations have been plentiful, the staff of the Times, limited by gasoline, time, and person- nel, realizes that its coverage is not complete. Scores of inci- dents are taking place each week, which, if included in the columns of this publication, would...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 December 1944

J «p. 9 December 14, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Deckmans Return After Trip And Hunt Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Deckman of Allum Road have returned from Gonzales and brought with them Notice to Property Owners of This District If you ore contemplating «ell- inf your home or lots get in touch with us at once as we can give you the market price of your property. We have been at this location for almost 13 years and we know this territory. 23 years in the real estate business. HOUSES BOUGHT AND SOLD HOUSES APPRAISED HOUSES REPAIRED HOUSES FINANCED Give Us a Trial Wesi University Place Building & Really Co. Buffalo and University a guest their aunt, Mrs. Maud Stuart. Mrs. Deckman spent three weeks in Gonzales and Mr. Deckman was there for a two-day hunt. He bag- ged quail, doves and squirrel. Right after their return Sunday night, the Deckmans received a phone call from their son, Jimmie Neil, in boot camp in San Diego. The following morning, six letters came in the mail from their other...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 December 1944

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 14,1944 Betty Landrum To Wed This Month MISS BETTY LANDRUM Mr. and Mrs. James C. Watts, Jr., of 3930 Villanova engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Betty Landrum, to Dr. Jack Pruitt of Houston. Dr. Pruitt is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Pruitt of Saratoga, Texas. The wedding will he solemnized at 7 p. m., Thursday, December 21, in the home of the bride's parents. Miss Landrum was honored with a surprise miscellaneous shower on Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ray Dupre of 3122 Wroxton as hostess. Misses Marian Pierce and Hazel Johnson assisted in serving. There were 30 guests. Wonderful Christmas Gifts In Plants Beautiful Geraniums and Calla Lilies in Bloom for Christmas. Bedding Plants of All Kinds. Visit our Greenhouses. HUTCHINSON GREENHOUSES LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS 2800 Westheimer Hadley 2482 "Social Notes" On her first visit to Texas, Mrs, Duane Eckhert of Chicago is a guest 'in the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Boyd at 2045 Go...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 December 1944

December 14, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Rose Study Group Mas Christmas Coffee The Rose Study Group of the West University Garden Club held its annual Christmas coffee Tues- day morning at the home of Mrs. T. D. McGinnis, 3111 Plumb. Arrangements presented by mem- bers were judged by Mrs. W. W. Chapman. • t RUG AND CARPET CLEANING SERVICE 2619 Bissonnet H. 6410 AAA ELECTRIC CO. Electrical Contracting Appliance Repairs Phone K. 3-2000 2717 BISSONNET Orange or lemon rind may be grated before squeezing the fruit for juice and dried for later use. After grating, place where it will dry thoroughly and store in a tight container. Add a teaspoonfu! of household ammonia to a quart of water. Use this to sprinkle over ferns grown BABY SNOOKS IS LOST REWARD J. 2-5223 C. 4-2627 Ruilt "r]<ufla>i A Word to the Wise... Send Holiday Cleaning TODAY! To look your best over the holidays, to enjoy the season's parties more, to prolong the life of your clothes, send us your cleaning . . . NOW! ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 December 1944

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 14,1944 Auxiliary To Hold Party For Volunteer Firemen Saturday Members of the West University BLASINGAME DRUG STORE 1 1 Blnsingame, Pro Place Fire Department Ladies Aux- iliary are planning an informal get-together for the firemen and their families. The party will be held at 8 p. m. December 16 in the West University Community House. There are about 30 volunteer fire- men in the department. The last meeting of the auxiliary was held December 1 at the home of Mrs. W. E. Fitzgerald, 4026 Ober- lin. A social hour followed the busi- ness meeting. Mrs. Carl Woodard is president of the auxiliary. GUS BARKOW REAL ESTATE 6512 Mercer St. ones: M. 2-4220; M. 2-2171 UNIVERSITY CLEANERS S. F. MOORE PERFECTION IN CLEANING Expert Alterations—Dyeing Hat Work—Complete Insurance Coverage 3634 Univerrity Phone M. 2-2331 Don't Forget— Christmas Is Almost Here! yptcfMs ;ceive new shipme le and Gin. Buy i Village Package Store 2437 University Blvd. KAY'S Steaks — Barb...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 December 1944

December 14, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Bellaire Lions Plan Christmas Party For Dec. 22 Girls of the Mary Burnett School in Bellaire will present a pageant for the annual Christmas party of the Bellaire Lions Club to be held in the gymnasium of the school at 7:45 p.m. December 22. The party is being held at the school through the courtesy of Miss Ethel A. Clax- ton, superintendent. President C. F. Stanford says that all Lions, their families and friends, including the children, are invited. There will be a Christmas tree and a treat for the children. The program includes a Christmas message, community singing, games for both children and grown-ups and entertainment by students from the University of Houston. John Tryling is program chairman, and Mr. and Mrs. Troy V. Vermil- lion have charge of decorating the tree. Pemberton Group Entertains Dec. 21 The Pemberton Group of the West University Garden Club will entertain members and their guests with a coffee December 21 at 10:30 a....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 December 1944

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 14,1944 The FINEST FOOD VALUES LIISBY'S TOMATO SAUCE Xtuffet fr Can 01* MISSION SUGAR PEAS 2 Sns2 25c JAM i'ure plum 16-Oz. Jar 19c SAVE—SHOP HERE FOR THESE SPECIALS—THURSDAY—FRIDAY—SATURDAY borden's cocktail spread smokey rurrcr VERA-SHARP VllLWt 5-Oz. Glass 19c What a pleasure it is to do all your food buying here where a vast variety of the finest quality foods await you in every department . . . where daily low prices welcome you to BIGGER SAVINGS on your entire order. Come to RICE BLVD. FOOD MARKET this weekend for more pleasant shopping ... for greater mealtime pleasure . . . for better values. We offer the finest quality foods obtainable, in the widest variety available, at the lowest prices possible. ADMIRATION COFFEE TEX-SUN—NEW pack Grapefruit Juice Pound Glass Jar Big 46-Oz. Can 30c 27c TEXAS STANDARD TOMATOES 3 No. 2 Cans 25c waxed paper CUT-RITE 125-Foot Size 15c FRUITS AND VEGETABLES texas sno-ball firm heads CAULIFLOWER 2 Lbs. 25c re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 December 1944

Volume 1—Number 13 Tree Of Light Will Be Planted By Garden Club West University Place will have its own "Tret of Light" in future years as plans for planting a yew tree on the grounds of the city hall, University at Auden, have been completed by the Garden Club of West University, according to Mrs. B. T. Bowlin, president. The tree will be planted with appropriate ceremonies on Arbor Day in early February. Next Christmas and in succeeding years the Garden Club will decorate the tree. Planting of the tree is part of the club's civic program for this year and is to be done in conjunction with the national movement to pro- vide living memorials to servicemen of this war. Mrs. Bowlin and Mrs. A. A. Meis- ter, civic chairman, have received the approval of the city through Jack Ogg, city commissioner in charge of civic beautification. HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 21, 1944 Girl Reserves Clul) Commended By McCloskey General Members of the Pershing Junior High School Girl Reserves are very proud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 December 1944

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 21,1944 /dJTWS Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Rraeswood. Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area by the Sentinel Publishing Company IRVIN H. BRACKMAN ETTA MARTIN Burt Rule A. Lee Burge Chas. G. Crocker Entered s Editor and Publisher Associate Editor Sports Editor Staff Artist Staff Photographer Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas Phone Keystone 3-6686 . . Evening Phone Madison 2-1085 HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 21, 1944 Go To Church Christmas Attend the church of your choice on Christmas day, joining others all over the world in a prayer for "Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward Man." Draw closer spiritually to your loved ones overseas as, with your friends and neighbors, you pray for the early return of our soldiers and sailors, the relief of all the troubled and oppressed peoples of the world and the happy day when America can turn her energies away from the dest...

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