The Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1960 Page: 9 of 17

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THURSDAY. OCTOBER XT. 10*6
The Progress—Aransas Pass, Texas
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•THE PAST WARNS"—Portrait! of noted Jew. of Gannanv
fonn an uouutl picture cilery, u a workman maKTnJ
for *n. exhibition In Berlin titled “The Past
u^f0n*°7d by “*• International Union for Human
RiAt*. it dramatizes work of Germans of Jewish extraction.
Night Hunters
Pay Big Fines
For Two Deer
Austin. Oct 34—Two deer
hunters in Comal county last
week learned it doesn’t pay
to headlight deer. They were
caught by the game warden
with two buck deer already
skinned out. a headlight and
two scope equipped rifles
They lest the meet, the guns
and the equipment, and paid
fines of $230 each.
A warning was issued this
week by J. B Phillips, assist-
ant director of law enforce-
ment of the Game and Yteh
Commission, against head-
light shooting, hunting from
automobiles and roadside
shooting
“Game wardens are work-
ing day and night right near
watching out for those game
violators, ** Captain Phillips
said. “Sometimes they are
given valuable Ups by law-
abiding persona. Most of the
time, however, they happen
on these violators while pe-
trolling beck roads ’*
Valuable assistance also is
given to wardens by other
peace officers. Very frequent-
ly sheriffs’ deputies, highway
patrolmen and even city po-
licemen apprehend violators
with gam# in their cars. They
immediately radio the game
wardens who make the cam.
Fines are then assessed In
court.
Cafeteria Menus
For Coming: Week
Monday, Oct. SI—
Beef and vegetable stew.
Whipped potatoes.
Tossed spring salad, canned
apricots w.
Hot rolls, 4 pint milk, but-
ter
Tuesday, Nov 1—
Turkey and noodles
Seasoned string beans.
Wsldorf salad
Banana pudding
Bread, butter, pint milk
Wednesday. Nov. 1—
Hamburgers, onion, pickle.
Fritoe. buttered corn
Lettuce and tomato salad.
Wacky cake, i pint milk
Thursday. Nov. I—
Fried chicken, gravy.
Whipped potatoes.
Buttered pees, spiced apple
uce.
Lime congealed salad
Hot rolls, i pint milk, butter.
Friday. Nov 4—
Pinto beans, chill, cheese
slice, onion.
Spanish rice, cabbage salad
Fruit cobbler.
C ombre ad. milk, butter.
Ipikohn foods »|
PATIO
ENCHILADA OWNER 49c
DONALD DUCK
ORANGE JUICE
SNOW CROP
CORN
SNOW CROP
PEAS
SNOW CROP
CHOPPEDBROCCOLI
19c
19c
19c
19c
L.ITTL.E meat loaves
I-lb. can temetee*
1 b. (rawed laan bad
1 Tables p. (rated ealea
1 teesp. Were ester* hire tewca
1% teesp. sab
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1 Teblesp. bear
A wide variety of
typewriter
ribbons, staples and staplers,
gem clips, file folders, and
dozens of other office supply
items may ba found at Ths
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Let rest of M** and toastos* steed wdh mod
•d. Mis wel te 1 M-qt bawd hw Vi cap tomato
Mca. beef, onion. H team Worcester**.. 1
teesp. sett, pepper, breed mtd PUT tested.
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Pork Roast
Fresh
Northern Pork
Picnic Cut
Pound ...............
29*
RATH BLACKHAWK
BACON
RATH BLACKHAWK
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LOIN STEAK
lb
FRANKS
... lb. 49c
VEAL CHOPS
lb
PAN SAUSAGE
lb. 39c
CALF LIVER
lb
69C
59e
59c
Hamburgers,. 39*
GEBHARDTS
CHIU WITH BEANS
no. 3oo
MAXWELL HOUBE
Catsup
Snowdrift
NOTICE
THE STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF SAN PATRICIO, No. 920
Notice is hereby given that a hearing
will be held on the 7th day of November,
I960; at 9:30 a. m., in the County Court at
the County Courthouse of the above
named County in Sinton, Texas, on the
application of the hereinafter named
owner for a license to sell beer at retail
at a location not heretofore licensed. The
substance of said application is as fol-
lows:
1. Type of license or permit, Wine and
Beer Retailer’s Permit.
2. Exact location of business, 2 miles
north of Ingleside, Texas, on Farm Road
632.
3. Name of owner, Floyd Hill.
4. Assumed or trade name, Vivian’s
Bar and Cafe.
Any person shall be permitted to con-
test the facts stated in said application
and the applicant’s right to secure said
license or permit upon giving security
for costs as provided by law.
Witness My Hand this 20th day of Oc-
tober, 1960.
(SEAL)
VELMA SHERMAN,
County Clerk, San Patricio
County, Texas.
By Sue_Footea Deputy.
Pm FNfWi Oct T7 and Nov t, ltd.
Cheer
Giant
Size ...
----- 35c
COFFEE...........lb. can 71c
BRIGHT AND EARLY
COFFEE........._ Ib.pkg. 51c
ROBIN HOOD
FLOUR......25lb.bag $1.89
PET MILK, tall can ....2 for 29c
CRJSCO
SHORTENING ....3 lb. can 79c
WESSON OIL, qt. jar.......53c
Dash Detergent, Jumbo.. $2.19
Uquid Lux, 22 oz. can......59c
OLEO, Log Cabin.......lb. 19c
Grape Jelly, Holsum, 20 oz. ..29c
MARYLAND CLUB '
INSTANT COFFEE, 6oz,...99c
Vienna Sausage, Cudahy.. 2-39c v
Potted Meat, Cudahy.. 2 for 23c 1A w s........----- lb‘ llc
Chocolate Syrup, 16 oz......23c CARROTS, cello.....2 for 19c
Del Haven
12 Oz. Bottle
LIMIT 3 WITH |M0 ORDER
WITHOUT *5.06 ORDER, lie
Shortening
3 LBS.
LIMIT 1 WITH M OO ORDER
WITHOUT 15.00 ORDER—40c
10*
49*
69*
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Apples rSS..................49*
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Noodles and Chicken........39c
FLOUR, Robin Hood, 5 lb. bag 49c
TIDE..............giant 73c
Crackers, Sunshine, lb. box _.27c
UNCLE WILLIAM NO. 200
Mixed Vegetables...... 2 for 39c
UNCLE WILLIAM
SPINACH, No. 300 ....2for27c
CRACKER BARREL
CHEESE...... 8 oz. sharp 39c
PARKAY OLEO.... lb. pkg. 25c
MILK, Borden’s Oal. Jug_____83c
CELERY
BELL PEPPERS_____lb. He
RUTABAGAS_______..A. 7,
----------------stalk 13c
RIGHTS RESERVED
TO LIMIT
QUANTITIES
Prtow Good
Thurz.. Frf k Sad.
Ocl 27. 20. 2*

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Crum, Jay Y. The Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1960, newspaper, October 27, 1960; Aransas Pass, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth996783/m1/9/ocr/: accessed May 30, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ed & Hazel Richmond Public Library.

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