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— not needed with Calavos Hard to get salad dressings? Then you’ll be glad to know those luscious Calavos are rich in natural oils. I. Serve Calavo Halves with lime or lemon. i. "Oil” a tossed salad by mixing in a diced or mashed Calavo —add lemon or lime juice, or vinegar. CALAVO (T.M.Reg.) California's finest Avocado* For free Recipe Folder—write Dept. 93-J CALAVO GROWERS OF CALIFORNIA 4833 Everett Avenue • Los Angeles 54, Californio I FOR SPRING ONIONS AND RADISHES 4 AT THEIR TEMPTING BEST... *Ib ENJOY EACH BITE to the full, sprinkle your tender spring onions and crisp red radishes generously with Sterling Salt. The sparkling white grains of this zippier, zestier, tastier salt are uniform and fine—they enhance the garden goodness of all fresh vege tables—at your table and in your kitchen, too. This "Salty Salt” comes plain or iodized. Ask your grocer for a bright blue package today. fyexCiflty MUNS QUALITY : A Practical Loan Plan For Every Need or Emergency OUR PAYMENT PLAN Hole Loan Proceeds Time Monfhly Pavmenl S 126 SI 1 3.53 * 1 8 Mo. $ 7.00 306 275.71 1 8 Mo. 17.00 504 -454.10 1 8 Mo. 28.00 756 681.1 6 1 8 Mo. 42.00 1: 1008 908.28 18 Mo. 56.00 * Some types of loans can only be made for 12 months. • All plans include life insurance for the duration of the loan. In case of death, the unpaid balance is cancelled. , Our Personal Loan service is prompt, confidential and economical. It is as convenient to you as your tele phone. Call us, make your application by phone, and > come in to close it. UBURBAN NATiONAI BANK L ' ' Per tonal Loan Dept.—Silver Spring, Md., SHepherd 2130 | Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Resources Over $20,000,000 Open Every Monday—4:30 to 6 P.M. Record Student Body Predicted for G. U. As Veterans Enroll I Returned veterans have increased Georgetown University's enrollment this month to a scant 100 below the 12,505 students enrolled before Pearl Harbor, and President Lawrence C. Gorman. S. J., said today the next quarter-term in July should see the largest student body in the school’s history. The 1940-41 enrollment, the rec ords show, represented the fruits of a 10-year "come-back" from ap proximately the same size student body in 1931-32, when the depres sion began making heavy inroads. More than half of the April en rollment is made up of former serv icemen. Increased registrations in the college of arts and sciences, hard hit by selective service during the war, have necessitated the appointment of an assistant dean to help take I some of the burden off the shoul I ders of the Rev. Stephen F. Mc | Namee, S. J., who is being swamped | now with applications for next July | and October terms. | The new assistant is the Rev. Charles L. Coolahan, S. J., associate professor of philosophy in the col i lege for the past seven years. A native Balti morean and graduate also of Georgetown law school in 1931, he is a member of the Federal and District Bars. He has been succeeded as a teacher by the Rev. An thony J. Mc Mullen, S. J., who came to the college recently I from Woodstock college, tne Jes- km. v. i.. cooiahan. uit House of Studies in Maryland. Father McMullen is from Brooklyn N. Y., and taught as a Jesuit scho lastic in Manila. One department at Georgtown, the school of foreign service, has been forced to stop admissions for the remainder of this academic year, except those of former students discharged from the services. It has about reached the limit of class room facilities with a current en rollment of 610 students, three fourths of whom are veterans. Of ficials said it has been necessary to turn down more than 1,000 ap plicants, mostly veterans, for lack of space. 35,000 Workers Return To Jobs at Ford Plants By the Associated Press DETROIT, April 11.—Approx imately 35.000 Ford Motor Co. pro duction workers returned to their jobs yesterday as car and truck produc tion resumed at the company's River Roilge factory in Dearborn and in 12 branch plants throughout the ; country. The plants were closed last Thurs day because of a shortage of steel. The first sew’ing machine was l patented in 1864. TAY-KOF Washing Powder BUSES DAILY TO CINCINNATI SA.10 — and intermediate On# point* eia Highway Way 50, continuing straight $4 fl or through to St. Louis. 1 /■ making connection* IT1 Rd.'TnTp ,or *" ,h' W** GREYHOUND TERMINAL 1110 New York Are. NAV. NA. 8000 UH1!IIHI.| ■ ■ Asco Pork and BEANS In tomato sauca 316-oz^ EC cans Duff’s Waffle Mix Pk0 20c Ginger Bread Dromedary j8q Craekettes lbpkfl2lc Asco Cider Vinegar 18c Wheaties 8ozPk8 10c Shredded Wheat NBC Pks lie 100% Bran NabiIC0 lb 17c Corn FlakesGold8eal 11 oz 8c Airline Prune Juice 0*270 Apple Juice 8 & w 8* 38c Nescafe 4-°z.i»r29c Senator Caramels lb 39c Puddine 6-°*Pk9||c Hershey's Chocolate 8 ozl3c Gold Seal Rice lbPko 14c O-Pekoe Tea A,c0 * ,b 19c Pans' Egg Dyes pko ioc 3 pkos 25c FANCY FRESH CALIF. 0^ H Asparagus Z/ , Crisp Pascal Celery 9' Fresh, Crisp Cucumbers 19* Juicy Fla. Oranges 5 -13 New White Squash 2 ■ 15* u. S. No. 1 FLORIDA New Potatoes 5-291 Fresh Cal. Peas 2 29c 1 Get these 4JP"1 Fruit JuicesS GRAPEFRUIT S f'^*'.-29c GRAPEFRUIT ,J“ice 211X25', \ ORANGE JUICE ,a'* Gr£‘.„ 37'i BLENDED JUICE0™”*37*/ Have you heard the good netetf A*co Coffee now hag that famous Pre-War Flavor Try this richer, more flavorful blend— k prefered by I out of 4 of our customers “heat-flo” roasted Asco «' COFFEE g^ jam Save the 9 lbs M AC premium 47c ,b eeupon* ^oCd Sjtal EGGS 45'! PURE LARD '> 18* i TOMATO SOUP A“° ’“.Sr 8* £ NOODLES Rudco, in tomato sauce 1j6a°z 19* S SOUR KROUT Asco Fancy 27-oz can 13* £ KIDNEY BEANS * * 12c S CUT BEETS Asco Fancy 19-oz can 10* £ CORN Golden Bantam Kernels 2c°a°Z 14* i PEAS & CARROTS “S'" ST 11* £ PEAS Tender Early June ii* £ WAX BEANS Tender Cut 19-ozcan 11* 1 VEGETABLES Cottage Brand Mixed 2^* 12* I TURNIP GREENS ZV 10* | COCOA-MARSH Chocolate Syrup 1j£z 22* I Golden Center Toasted Wheat Germ ^ 29c Ranger Joe Honey Coated Cereal 2 pks* 23c HEINZ BABY FOODS Strained jar Chopped jar HC 1 -——————M——|n——MM———■ fftsat ItytoiZfruktSpieu&f GRADE A _ LEGS LAMB 37' Shoulder Lamb Roast °“,A>> 33c Breast of Lamb 15' Lamb Liver >»31‘ FANCY STEWING CHICKENS 41c Country Style Green Link Sausage »39* Tasty Pork Roll 55' AU-Meat Bologna =33' Fresh Croakers ,b 19c Fresh Fillet Haddock ,b 42c Freshly Picked Claw __ Crab Meat 89c Fresh Meety j Scrapple ! i i i Cooked Salami j - 42* Sunshine Bakers KRISPY CRACKERS A 19e Cheez-It K Pkg 12* Clapp’s Baby Foods Strained Chopped 3 cans 20c 3cans 25* Cereal er Oatmeal *k* 12c ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■inaaaaaan Tasty, Nutritious Sandwiches for work or school For Lunches or on your table, it’s SUPREME The Best Bread V ^^^0* Value in Town III large loaf ^Q^P Rye or Vienna Bread ><"*9c Enriched Victor Bread lMf 7c Fresh Va. Lee Do’Nuts dozetn 16c —n—wnnwHiwng Quaker State Mushrooms Buttons -44^ Sliced _~41‘ Stems mid Pieces -34* Wash. Prices April 11, 12, IS, 1946. Quantity Right Reserved Lem-O-Pine Jellied Soap 2-|bJar29c X Asco Parlor Brooms •• 93c 1 # ft ten H-QJh For speedy, easier cleaning w iXAii you c>n ,|wayg depend on Jr the t?uallty Speed-Up line. ^ Satisfaction guaranteed - - and priced to save you money. SPEED-UP BLEACH " Vtal 18c “u«l 35c Speed-Up Ammonia qt |oc SELF-SHINING FLOOR WAX Paste Floor Wax ,b can 35c Pt 25c qt 45c a a" 79c Household Cleaner qt |5C Spot Remover 8 o* 23c French Dry Cleaner o»i 55c 2 oalean ggc Blue wtute Flakes jfriSL 2 pk°» 15c 20-Mule Borax 2 lbs 23c Double Tip Matches box 5c ^ Wilbert’s Furn. Polish 29c Wilbert’s No-Rub FLOOR WAX £ 35' Wilbert's Whits Shot Polish 2 o* 9o 15C NOXON The Metal Polish that cleans, protects and polishes Silver ware, Chrome, Aluminum, etc. s 19* Old Dutch CLEANSER 2 “»15* I McCormick’s VANILLA EXTRACT £.'35c I Cream White Pure | Vegetable Shortening | 123* 3164* » (Limited Supply) Take one each day M a Food Supplement Test* show that 3 out of every 4 people have an inadequate vita min Intake from regular maela. That’s why so many folk* use a vitamin food supplement Ilk* VITA-LINK Multiple 9-Vitamin Capsule Compmrm formula mmd I ho taring Family Pkf. Month’s Supply 4 PeopU | Asco Prepared Pancake Flour 2a°* pka 7« | Betty Crocker Soup Mix Veg. or Pea J pkga 2SC | Armour's Chili w,th beana i«-oioa* 17* I Asco Peanut Butter or Snack ,b i*r 30« | Cal. Fancy YeHow Evap. Peaches lb 37* | Cal. Santa Clara Prunes »> 16* | Crutchfield Va. Corn Meal 2 ,b pka 12* ■ Hunt Club &-ib A*%r I DOG FOOD pkfl •M J ! ice Cream Salt 10 lb* 19c I Diaperwite 16-o*Pko25c | Scoop Crystals Pks 19c 5 Drano °P«n* drains can |gc HY-TROU8 LIQUID FERTILIZER t" 23* t:; 59c 1 uklcipoon U |sI1m of water. Fin* for flower*, lawea, skraU, ot*. Chestnut Farms Fresh Dairy Products CHESTNUT FARMS CREAM TOP MILK ESC 14' CHESTNUT FARMS SEALTEST MILK *. 14c Homogenized and Vitamin D Added bot Chocolate Milk SI 14c Buttermilk ZI14'