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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - May 21, 1945, Galveston, Texas MttCHANDISg M. IpMitl it Ittrtt MUtCHANDISi ROOMS M. M OUTING SPECIALS IIACH CHAIRS CAMP STOOLS FtMlng Ink Fitting Tyei in PICNIC JUGS fc PROOF er SntngM Bithw LACK'S AUTO SUPPLY JM. LA RUE MOBEMNI.Y rrNNIMUUI BED- room; rxpoeurv; mat- front 1 eloMt: pdvatt d Pho RIAL ISTATI FOR RENT Unlufiijshfd DmlHngi_ BBrAMATJE illdrra. Hit Itth hon. i rot'R-IIUOH bith and no chl Awly not it. GALVESTON, xHh and G TEXAS jpITT, TexM HER (CM M null bottltf) SODA WATEB, CaM :........Me We alwayc have plenty of ICE CREAM on hand FISHING HOOKS .......5 for K18HINO CORKS, Each ......ifa I.DNCH MEAT, Me BUTTER. Pound FSEflH COUNTRY EGOS SUe, Doiea.......... A. t J. Super Market Wt OPM P. M. on TILL R FOUNTAIN PENS GOOD QUALITY FARrS DRUG STORE 3tth and Ave. N rim MOTOII AND TBill, .r: two Hcnt rod. rccli; one fhot- twp bird Apply 3tgl NOW AVAILABLE TO ESSENTIAL USERS BMCh-ln Mlf-Ontalnnl Befrlierator M, M, M. M. 78 cu. ft capacity. aolM or ciata dliplaj. doon Ventilation Fani MOSELEY REFRIGERATION CO. iiil Tremont 8L Ph. TIM GalT. LOCKS FOB EVERY PURPOSE PADLOCKS, your choloa of It to U.M COMBINATION PADLOCKS BICYCLE T.OGKK YAM: NIGHT LATCHES DEAD LATCHER KCHLAOE LOCKS rila In Knob WARDROBE LOCKS DRAWER LOCKS SUITCASE LOCKS SUITCASE BOLTS BARREL BOLTS i NIEKRMANN HARDWARE Mil AVENUE O flRAUtATlUN TUkAfc fUM.KK M1U. Tax-Taa hanfl.toalad Mutltal BEDROOM, AlUOlNINU ate home. Apply 3307 L. MODERN BEDROOM IN PRIVATE home, adjoining 111! bath; InneNprlng matlreii. Phont 2-1037 or apply .4130 S. owe FuRMSHitn BEDROOM: COKVEN- tent to bath; on bui line. At 1318 G. Phont ftOlTTMCAHT BEDROOM, SEMI-PRIVATE bath. Innersprlng matlrtti; centrally lo- cated; no other To couple or empiwM lady. Van 2-7600. nth. tot permanent ot tranilebt fuelU. 2319 Broadway. Telephone UlT. UM CLEAN BEDK__________ prlvatt bath; wvikly; Mrtnanent party 1827 t. ITICELY rVRNUMftD BiEDKOOM TO ODD USED PIANOS EXCELLENT v.-.i, IM; amall down payment; one vtsr tt htmie' te btth ly. Phone X-BSM. POOLE PIAHO CO., __ 'tlKNIrmeb OOMHINA. MLE. LATE HUDEL riTOIDAlRK FOB BALE. Apply ItPCEWACTIl CA1AHA8, CiMn tloo living room, bedroom; private home; on bui line: wtlklitt itlittnce town; lull, for tvro. 1420 C. Phone 2-MS3. RSW.P1" TYPE, rAM FOR KEW. BLOCKS JEAN Lafltte: private rtildcnce: convenient to ihopplng; roomi for lidlei add min; wetkly or dally. MADDUX nWAlR BBOP RADIO'S. fant and Ironi, with Mrvlct. 3937 R, rhone 2-3470. Patronage appre- eiattd. Alio buy and RADIO AND fypti. Cl 29th It. ItlCELT FDRNISHED BEDROOM. KUIT- for couplr, upMalrt, In private home. Alto single room; near bui. Apply 171! LOVELY FURNISHED, SOUTHEAST EX. pomrt, adjoining tilth, private home of on but line; garage optional. 3808 M or 2710 M. FIVE OR SIX-TABLE MODEL RADIOS, ffw radio tubti. Apply .3122 M. Phone 86S6. JUST bedroom, Innenprlng mittrm, water In each room; adjoining bath. home. Apply 2009 21th. [RUED unnfnf K.MAI.L BANDS SHORT wavr: perfect condition, cheap for cuh. Apply 25IB 64. Ccod Things to Eat KAT HOT ROASTED PEANUTi FOR vltamini. Pfsnull routed dally. DE BOUT'S fOOD STORE, Uarfcet. N1CEI.V FURNISHED BEDROOM; PRI- entrance; convenient to bath. Glrli 3111 N. Phone 2-371S or 2-0305. FURNISHEIt ItEDROOMR. RINOLE OR doubie; tile bathi. 1203 Broadway. Tele- phone CT. iuildinf MittriiU U lUHeJ tUemg ik. Bark AirMH I Ual AeWelee I'eu M Ore) sr Hftti RMfrai TTM BMfag. M. _ lera. eteeot. mM, red, feJt, MpteM. aMBgtea, tta. HcCOY ROOflNfi CO. QUIET EMPLOYED COUPLE OR large louih houitkceplng room, jink, Sealy mattreii: ulllltlei furnbhed. 1S28 Church. CK BEDROOM, NEWLY PAPEil home nf nciir but li ..ih kitchen prlvUeits; for couple or working Reference. Apply 4fi24 FURNISHED UPflTAIRK BEDROOM, IN- rfn firing Venctlin blind i; to one ir two; ss weekly. Apply 3210 B. WILL TAKE COMPLETE ity for your aged mother. Only thoae who can par apply. Can accommo. (lute limited number. Thin le a home, not a convalescent place. BOX 377, Tribune. ROOM AND HOARD tl.M WEEK, PIJIN- ty of food; and clean MRS. MOR- ROW. 1410 Ifltti ft. HAVE S X. V E R A I. HL'NDItfcD wood and glasl, S3.60 up. Alio, loti of hllndi, water dimaged. No prl W. UIIKR, 5707 Bit llei required. V. W. way. Phone 2-ITSt. 70. Sttds, Plants, MrtiliMr___ FOR ri-OWlNO VICTORT GARDENS and cutting graai on vacant lota. Call DAVlfON Ar CO., flTtT. 72. Wintad to luy___ WANTED TO BOT Ooo4, cliaa raft, ault- lor wiping Mrlnt to SEW8-TRIBCNE otfln TtteMUy, IVedBMday or Thunday. Pound WAnTTrn FAN FOR hnuMhold uit, prfftrably tabli type, but rHIIng fan will do. Will par rMfonabh rURNITUMK BTURK, Illg Market, burl end eelia ait kindi or HOUM. [rrluiirj: rafllei. ttnlr.fi nectitnia. tee twaea, for eervlee YT. WII.I- BUY WAMTNO MACM1NT8, and ale. Canittir unuiabl rq. Ittd HawKJ: TQ. 1 t Childrta. Woman ID Whtla; N. Judy and Jam. Wonan of America; N. Ftrklna; N. r fount: N. Widd.r Brown: A liai bren rriurrA tn I7J1B. at nf will hanJle. with nil- Inter- Ifee fwymenl. Immfdlal REAL ESTATE STAFFORD 111 Mh Mt. Ph. 4 nr TD4 Texai City Originally elated to be taken up last the vote had betsn put off until tomorrow because of the absence of Sen. McKellar (D- Tenn.) The other Tennessee sena- tor, Tom Stewart, has a Monday- engagement, ncceasitat- Ing a further delay. confirmation Is con- sidered certain, although he Is op- poged by both McKellar and Stew- art. They issued a joint statement last week accusing; him of at- tempting to use TVA for his per- sonal advancement and for the fur- therance of controversial experiments. Fifty million Americana now own war bonds. You're probably one of them. But are you buying all you FOR SALE rURMBHKD GA- rage with Frlgldalrei, Inner- iprlng Venetian CALL VCKKIN AT MM FOR SALE Apartment hoiiaa near 97th and P. Five 1 !i Iftta of rround. Good Invegtment, Rentg I Well cMHtrattt-4 itortn iheatttetf on large, lot. teneltaa> bllnai. aou- lynae-ei. ga- rate. lanMcaMd. Will cm- wlllriR farnltMre. IMMRDIAtr POSSKH8ION. FLETCHER HARRIS Dial 2-MI1 RIAL ESTATE FOR SALI ONT 3-ItOOM, ONK 4-ROOM AIT A ment cloit to bin line, rurnlnhed nlcily. Rllli paid, only. P 2-1 Ml. __.on prewar baalti. lliJCHAS. H. 1M7 Herhanlr at. KELLNER cnupli only, iflll .17th, phont a-ft1B9. eml-prlvatt hnth. .1734' FOR SALE FREE JKRSEY COW ANH CAI.r pnrrhMer nf City 1ft acrti. 4- m bone, near nehooli, butane gmit er dnep with prtftiurn tem inltable for arrtt hog- fenre. lain of extra fenrlng. rrlm rcderrd for on herd lurfaced corner. At Arcftdle ten on shelled corner, ili-etrleltv nt rnadildc: price 13000, tlOO :mh. bxlance at Sin per month. M. B. ROGERS. Alt! MalnUfrd Pr FOR SALE BUSINESS SITES: on 9th Avenue, cloie in. Price nn application. TLEAHK CHECH UP: Four and hath, like new, taragjr, wafth houne, double lot. with termg. en and hath, food con- dltltint poultry lot and ron- rrete walkn, raraxe. with Four and chicken ha Ith termg. bath, rtouhle UM and lot. EARL A. WYATT Tel. 878 or 170-W. Teiaft City 617 TAzag THE CALVE8TON HEWS-PACE ft-MAY 21, 1945 Germans in Japan Are Apf To Have Trouble as Result Of Germany's Surrender By Staff of The i an whole may be JO per cent Associated Frets I higher. Hire's That La Mirqui Homi You've Been Looking For five-room hnmt nn three acrei U a real for (be home buyer Who U looking for place, in the foontry with a fcity-tlffe nolle and nil moeera It'i a pretly newly ki-pl Mll-I yard. and ahrubii. lawn, Sin per mn, 4-room furnfihed mpletely furnished, "d: aUn Includei apartment with ihrubi and j-ird: aUn rage apartmtnt with garage. All for 16500. ntcklnibn. Exclunlve MRS. D. J. BEnnERON. nrreace to the rear, mltehlf for pulnre fir for garden eroM. U fenced. of the hnHNe leavM nnllilnc tn deitred. roemt, and all newly InrlHlIng frtihly refln- iihcd haritwtHNl flonn. 9 rabl I lift! REAL ESTATE STAFFORD BIT Bl. ID. 1 784 TuiaJ City STRANGE AS IT SEEMS By Ernest Hix Tn-n YOU CAN BORROW HEVEN-riECK WAI.NDT niNRTTE, NKW MONEY ON YOUR CREDIT lftt" Ave I 3 r. nphoinered miroon lirlng room mile, w AVP. n ynulh hert wllh inneri-prlng muttrew. twin STRICTMf CONFIDENTIAL bedri. iprlnpt" nnd hreak- EIIITAfrJ ran nAi.i.iEU'ri FURNITURE PULTON COMPAN nTonE. Amerk-an Natl. Rltff. FOM HANHF., gM.M) MAT-I INSURED I OAVS ironer, bedroom unite, IttO.OO; inaunnu nnd Ihrea rnomi urUnle, modem, NPW all IN- rllrteS In rfNli Rent (urnllnrf avallahle. Tick out location llhe I and rail nl the. off foe her. Ave. Q, t 4JIV-4 lilt. At., ff eonmt tflfll IM 3 A 4 rofimi. g4I.M.t Inns Ave. H, .1 .Ills Avr. J. .1 41. M 4R.M 47. SO 4t.fln eroom une. tO.np; net lan.ooi rndlo. Apply
v- tion tn advance would busi- ness the assurance It needs to plait for the immediate postwar period. But the Qeorge-Doughton j o 1 ri.t committee failed to Include this In 1U five recommendations for busi- ness tax relief. What Does He Think We Have Been Having? New York. MAy 20. Mayor F. H. LaOuardla proposed today txtetiiion of meatleig dayg thr6ugh- out the United SUteg ag 6ne of four steps he eald would help allevl-; the present meat crisis. He also suggested rationing; of mast It: restaurants ir.d sthsr pub--.- He eating places, rationing of poul--0 try artd separation of red points from fats. Chiding Washington pfflefals for approving; meatless Tuesdays and In York City but do- Ing nothing: about It mayor said In weekly talk: "You ought to do the same else-n where. Don't afraid. You're -In-f Some make no bortts about it for three years." tat former governor of Min- LaGuardla dsclarsd that a point program put forward by.tha._. OPA early this month was nenota IB their choice as the next president, this person said. Staagen has been thfe delegation's liaison reprssantattve to the large group of citizen consultants Invited to San Francisco. United Nations de- termined drive Is on to offer the Blnck Hills of South Dakota as a site for the permanent "capital" of the United Nations security organ- ization. Rep. Case (R-S. D.) says "The Black Hills Area is the geographl- cnl renter of thp> North American Continent; Russia is opposed to setting It up In Geneva; there la opposition hy wetter n powers to placing; It at Prague or Vienna, In line with RuRsinn desires." Gov. M. Q. Sharpo of South Dakota Is head of a cuinmlUee pushing the Black Hills area. Pres. Coolldge set up n "summer White House" there for throe months in 1927. Still More If the poultry and meat remain hard to get there'll be plenty of fresh and frozen fish on the market rest of the year. The fish and wildlife servlrr, United States department of the interior, fix pec t a the overall fish production to be the hcst in four! "On bthalf of graatot In the world I call on Waihlngton-7- to be he said. "It Is enough to a headline, for you-" can't feed headlines to For victory today and sound ness tomorrow buy more warf. bonds. _ LEGALJNOTICE On thft 10th day of May. 10I.V letters Testamentary upon tha fislAtff John Lepage deceaied. granted 22lfl All penoni eitftte Are of arid pnitofflct addrena Street. Onlvwinn. Tetlt hnvlng clalmi -.lef cqulrld tn prtitnt r witnln the lime priHribt When You Buy War Bonds You're Saving! BuyWarBondt; The First National Cllvttton f 22nd and S (lnlvMton, Texan years rrcord and the country
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