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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, August 08, 1946, Image 11

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IT’S THE GENUINE
AU.-H4M
spread
‘RECIPE
A HE-MAN FAVORITE
Mix 2 tbsp. salad
dressing with 1 can
Libby’s Deviled
Ham. Add lA cup
pickle relish. Makes
4 husky, appetizing
sandwiches.
Only deliciously tender hams are selected for this tan
Hlizing All HAM spread. They’re sugar-cured .. . slow
snoked by fragrant hardwood fires . . . with just the
rght amount of choice spices added. Get Libby’s Dev
ied Ham today for a new taste thrill in sandwiches,
sjlads, appetizers, sauces, etc. Many new uses on Jabei.
AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR BRAND
. ^ FLOUR
\\ ... '. /£*
The golden harvest is fast finding its way to the Mill
and is being turned into Flour os fast as possible—
so that before long your dealer will hove his full
quota of both PLAIN and SELF-RISING Enriched
Washington Flour. The government's "emergency"
formula is still in force but it affects Enriched
Washington Flour so very little in color, texture or
workability, owing to this speciol brand of wheat—
the wheat that mokes the BEST Family Flour.
Keep on asking for it—PLAIN for all-purpose
baking—SELF-RISING for making biscuits, waffles,
shortcakes, etc., made without boking powder.
Enriched Washington Flour comes to you in the
familiar 2, 5, 12 and 24 lb. sacks.
fitly it with i onfidenee and you'll use it
with SA 7 IS 14 CTmy as you know
Help those kids who ore trying to help them
selves—contribute generously to the Junior Police
ond Citixens Corps Fund-raising Campaign
Wilkins-Rogers Milling Co.f Inc.
A Local Institution Owned and Operated by Washingtonians
Experienced Advertisers Prefer The Star
Diversion of Aulo Tax
Hit by Montgomery
Oil, Gasoline Dealers
Montgomery County gasoline and
oil dealers today were on record as
favoring use of motor vehicle reve-,
nues in Maryland for highway use
only as part of a program adopted
at r meeting sponsored by thej
County Petroleum Industries Com
mittee.
The group met at Hungerford |
Tavern, Rockville, Tuesday night,!
and also called for sound highway
planning, elimination of gas tax1
evasion and repeal of Federal ex-;
cise taxes on gasoline and lubricat
ing oils.
Opposition to a proposal of the
State Roads Commission to Increase
the gasoline tax was voiced by J.
P. Lanigan, executive secretary of
the Maryland Petroleum Industries
Committee.
"Maryland this year will collect
$14,000,000 at. the rate of a four
cent. tax per gallon," Mr. Lanigan
declared. "This amount la double;
that, collected in 1931. It. certainly
mast be disheartening to the aver
age motorist to pay the gas tax In
increasing amounts and then to be
told that the rate must be increased
if he wants roads."
Mr. Lanigan asserted that 18
"progressive” States already have
amended their constitutions to pre
vent diversion of motor vehicle reve
nues and urged that Maryland
voters be given an opportunity to
express their views in a referendum
on the matter.
G. D. Armstrong w>as re-elected
chairman of the county committee.
Other officers named are Newman
Carmack, vice chairman, and Wil
liam F. Carl, secretary.
i
ORIENTA is better...
because it's stronger.'
Stronger, because -it's
roasted darker and
ground finer. And cof
fee lovers know . .
stronger coffee, makes
better iced coffee.
\ G E P
(Mtnta
POFFii
BROWNING & BAINES
COFFEE SPECIALISTS
Mill * Office at 300 6th St. K.W.,
Washington, D. C.
Cared for LIKE A BABY
from fields
to you!
Recipe Idea!
—*ss2£?r
r„ , ^iporogu* j/4 Itp. .oil
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ass. »,*«•-s&.-y*
SLO"! o.pc.og^ ond bl.nd «o o seolon(„g, end
SJarA ^ nrtirs
^ trrsc a «°,n,*h -
Nevi Select Crop—Just Arrived!
A* t^ider at a nov-born baby—and juat aa cared-for! This very special crop
of coSst-grown Asparagus is carefully selected and watched every bit of the
way from growing fields to you. They're brimming with natural flavor—
digesfble, delicious and rich in nourishing vitamins. Carpel’s quick-frosted
foods are a real treat. I hey save you monev, too, while they’re saving you
time it cooking, cleaning and preparing. F.njoy this delicious Carpel's Asparagus
now from your favorite grocer.
FREE FROSTED FOODS
RECIFES AND COOK
ING TIME TAILE, writ*
CARPEL'S
FROSTED FOODS,
Inc.
Wathinytea 11, D. C.
Children's Hospital Fund
Now Tops $1,002,000
Collection* for the Children's Hos-:
pital Building Puna drive yesterday!
totaled $544.62, bringing the total
collection to date to $1,002,814.12 of
the $1,300,000 required, it was an
nounced today.
Chief contributor* yesterday were
the S 4 W Cafeteria, whose em
ployes contributed $250: the Cynthia
Warner School summer camp of
1500 Carroll avenue. Takoma Park,
which held a horse show for young
sters from 4 to 12 year* oid and
Rave $52, the proceeds from the
show, and the Central Presbyterian
Church Vacation Bible School, Fif-!
teenth and R streets N.W., which
gave *33.
In todav'a total will be counted
*21. which represents the amount
that Lynn Posnak, 11, of 5112 Sec
ond street N.W., and Sally Loblay,
12, of 220 Hamilton street N.W.,
collected in a door-to-door sales
campaign of their own toys, comics
and magazines.
Tonight there will be a benefit
double-header of the Northeast
Night Softball League at Washing
ton stadium, with the receipts going
to the fund. The opener will start
at 8 p.m. and between games there
will be music by an orchestra and
other entertainment.
Puerto Rico Excursion
By Air Will Cost $150
Pan American World Airways to
day announced that, effective im
mediately, a 45-day round-trip ex
cursion fare of $150 has been estab
lished for the 3.200-mile total
journey between New York City
RUGS-CARPfcTS
LINOLEUM ASPHALT-TILE
Jos. Mi While Go.
Formerly with Thp Carpet Shop, Inc.
1403 M St. N.W. Ml. 1600
and San Juan, Puerto Rico, and re
turn.
Officials explained that this is an
other step in the line's program to
"broaden the basis of international
aii travel through lowering fares.”
TEACHERS
Wt or* now filling positions for fall
1946. Solories—$1500—$3900
No Registration Fet
ADAMS TEACHERS’ AGENCY
Colorado Bldg., 14th & G RE. 3938
ACCIDENT INSURANCE
f*r
Butinear and Professional Man
—Housewife-or Juvenile
It may not be the other fellow who
ret* hurt neat time.
FOR COMPLETE ACCIDENT
COVERAGE
Phone or Write
ROGER M. STUART
Preferred Accident In*. Co.
of N. Y.
fliHt Woodward Buildinr.
Waahtnrton D. C.
Phone XA. 3»'»8.
"Today's Accident is not Coetrtd by
Tomorrow's Policy.
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Chuck I Gro®nd Beef
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Chao CoU^ ihiL JIaocA.
ICED
COFFEE
I
“hsat-flo" roasting gives our
exclusive blend of finer
coffees the distinctive pre
war flavor that made Asco
Coffee the preference of t
out of 4 of our customers.
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ALWAYS GET ASCO COFFEE
Asco
:ojree
2 'be
47c
ib 24*
Save the
Coupons
FRUITS and
VEGETABLES
Green Beans — 2 29*
Fresh Cal. Peas ~ 2 29*
Yellow Onions- 443*
Calif. Bartlett Poors 2 •• 29'
Ripe Honoydow Melons »10*
* _
Calif. Sankist Lemons <*>10*
Fresh Yellow Corn *10c
CALIF. SEEDLESS GRAPES .10*
Sunshin* Bakars
Hi-Ho Crackers

Cboz-lt Cratktrt
jr.ak* |4t
SOUP nhilll|w can
► Stuffed Olivos ,5ft lit
James River Spread7oz 31 e
► Mushrooms "ie*d *°x 41c
Jest Do; Food 15c
1 Hunt Club D" “•*' 5 ">• 44e
, Pillsbury Pancake pka 12c
Orange Drink »•' 39c
►Kool-Ild •Mtdn*v*M pkt 9c
amt Patittf.aF
Here U your opportunity to stock up for the coming winter. A
money soring rolue. »uy a Case and SAVE Money and Time.

.Com Flake* Ke"0«’*11^* | lc
Asco Cider Vinegar *bot 18c
Calif. Prunes 40 50 "• ICc
Seedless Raisins110(pka IOc
Preserves lbJ*r 40c
Baker’s Chocolate 8" ICc
Crack-etles lb pk° 21c
Apple Juice #AW qtbot31c
Leman Juice M C P 10c
Lime JuiceCobb • 6 OI bot 27c
Prune Juice ,d*al qtbot2Sc
Carrot Juiced 18~or17c
Vogt's Scrapple ,be,n ICc
Clam ChewderSnow • 1##,24c
Princess Mustard at >r IOc.
Hurlock Sweet Pms
Cut Green Bums F,rm-al#
All-Green Asparagus w**'
Julienne Batts Bcetrix
Tandar Cut Baats AM*
Fancy Saur Kraut A*“
Graan Spinach 0kl*
Diced Carrats A,eo Qu*i,ty
Hama Style Rad Cahhaga
Tandar Cut Wax Beans
No 2 eon ^
N* 2 con
32c
2 ItMjin |
20-mnd |0|
27-m can | Jg
13-8* ecn |0|
20-ox eon g
17-oxjor |]|
12-ox eon | 2g
Try a Jar Satis faction Cuar unload ^
PEANUT BUTTER
30*
Am* Finest
Quality
1<-bz Jar
Yen’ll alie Ilka Peanut Snaek ,b J*r 30e
BLUE SUDS
■Ium aa
It waahaa
► Zara Claanar ttbBt 17a
Aim Washing $ada2*,b* 7 a
Wax Npar40 ,h* S »»k«* I !•
S. 0. S. Pa*4* 2 pk«*21a
Rally Liquid Starah «* I la
Babbitt's Lya Mn 12a
Nab Flaar Wax » Sfa
Fly Ilbbaat S la
For Canning
rJARS.
CAPS.
LIDS and
RUBBERS
Pint#—Dm Quart*—Doi
55‘ 65'
Jally Blataaa dez39c
2-Pa. Jar Caps dM 25e
Jar Lids doz 10a
Jar Rabbara 3 »»k«* 13e
Parawax ,bi»k« I5e
Wblta Haas* Paatln 8 07 13a
Sanlflaak *•" i8a
Planita •'••"• dr#,"« ••"19a
Diaparwita ,b Pk<» 25a
lab-0 1 14-Moan. J j#
Wllbarfi
No-Bab Floor Wax
£35* &59«
Van Camp’s Beans tom*tOMUO* 21pz#«n 12c
X-Pert Gingerbread Mix 1<-°*pkfl 18c
Upton's Noodle Soup Mix 3 pk8* 25c
RaViOH with me*4; in tomato tauct 16-o*Jar
Majestic Picklesdi"#r *°ur **r 24c '
Rudco Noodles in *•“«• '*-***? ]gc
Diamond Crystal Saltplaln or lodiMd ^ 7c
Sniveiy’s Orange Juice 8wtet 49c
Crosse & Blackwell Orange Juice 1*“*an 23c
Grapefruit JuiceCr0Me 4 Blackwe" 1«-« ean 17® <
ii iii ii ■!in——ii i —— II —
Refreshing Fruit Juices Bent the Heat
Orange Juice
18-oz
can
19' “ 45
Orange and <>rapafi*uit
Blended Juice 18c 39c
Florida Natural
^ Grapefruit Juice 29c 2 *«:.*. 25c
Spsed-Up Bleach **1 10c
Parson’s Ammonia f 9c
Liquid Fortiliiar Soz 59c
Cation Dock Mops e*79c
Book Matches <*°> 2 »k9125c
French Dry Cleaner 2 »•'* 99c
rr|M« Aug. a-9.10, 1
BLACK FLAG
Insect Spray with 5% ^
Kills lift, mosquitos, Isai,
moths, roaches, •»*. A
946. Quantity Rights Rssarvsd.
YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE AT THE ACME

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