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Mansfield and West
Win Renomination
To House in Texas
By th« Associated pr*ss
DALAS. Tex., Aug. 26.—Late re
turns from the Texas Democratic
runoff primary, which saw Beau
ford H. Jester defeat Dr. Homer P.
Rainey for Governor in a land
slide, indicated the renomination
of veteran Representative Mans
field and Representative West.
Mr. Mansfield, at 85 the oldest
member of Congress, apparently had
defeated Louis J. Sulak in a close
race in the 9th District.
Mr. West, seeking a sixth term,
defeated Col John T. Ellis, veteran
of both World Wars, in the 15th
district.
New House nominees are J. Frank
Wilson of Dallas in the 5th district.
Col. Olin Teague of College Station.
6th district; Wingate Lucas of
grapevine, 12th district, and Omar
Burleson of Anson, 17th district.
With an estimated 98 per cent of
the vote tabulated by the Texas
Election Bureau. Mr. Jester held a
huge count of 683.605 votes to 355.888
for Dr. Rainey, or a total of 65.76 per
cent of the 1.039.493 votes counted.
Tabulations represent returns from
252 of the State's 254 counties, with
135 complete.
For lieutenant governor State
Senator Allan Shivers of Port
Arthur held a commanding lead
over Boyce House. Fort Worth
newspaper man, 561,582 to 438,038.
Lucas Worked for Lanham
Here, Married D. C. Woman
Wingate Lucas, nominted for the
House in the 12th district of Texas,
worked in the office of Representa
tive Fritz G. Lanham, whom he is
succeeding, from 1933 to 1940.
A native of Grapevine, Tex., he is
a graduate of North Texas State
Teachers' College and of Oklahoma
A. and M. College. He studied law
at Washington College of Law in
the District and also at the Univer
sity of Texas law school.
Mr. Lucas served in the Army
from 1943 to 1945, one year being
spent, overseas. He received a medi
cal discharge for injuries received
in the performance of his duties in
May, 1945. Returning to Washing
ton for several months in the Jus
tice Department. Mr. Lucas went to
Texas to serve as an assistant
United States attorney.
Mr. Lucas is married to the for
mer Miss Jerry Clark, whose parents
live at 2641 Myrtle avenue N.E. The
Lucases have three children, Mary
Dell Lucas, Wingate Lucas, jr., and
William Clark Lucas.
Airport Restaurant
Strike Is Set by CIO
The CIO United Cafeteria and
Restaurant Workers Local, No. 471,
today prepared to call a strike
Thursday at the National Airport
Restaurant as company officials re
fused to negotiate a contract with
the local.
The union has filed a strike notice
with the Labor Department and
can legally conduct a strike start
ing Thursday. Union officials sav
the strike will be called unless the
restaurant management reverses its
position.
Paul R. Boyd, general manager of
the Air Terminal Services. Inc ,
which operates the restaurant at
the airport, said that his company
cannot bargain with the CIO union
because an AFL affiliate also claims
a majority of employes.
The CIO union won a National
Labor Relations Board election in
April to represent the restaurant's
fjnployes. but Mr. Boyd said the
AFL local was not officially on the
■fellot and claims it wasn't a fair
Section. f
Yesterday the CIO union staged
a prestrike demonstration when
about 65 pickets marched in front
of the airport urging passengers not
to patronize the restaurant during
the dispute.
.
CORSICANA, TEX. — WIN
NER’S SMILE—Beauford. Jes
ter, Democratic nominee for
the governorship of Texas,
flashed this smile after news
of his victory in the campaign
reached him.—AP Wirephoto.
Dinner Set Tomorrow
For Alexandria Jaycees
The Alexandria Junior Chamber
of Commerce will hold a dinner at
6:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Penn
Daw Hotel.
The board o*f directors has ac
cepted the resignation of Howard
R. Thomas and announced the ac
ceptance of five new members: Eu
gene Olmi. jr., John A. Keefer. John
K. Aitcheson. jr., Stanley S. Fedder
and Peyton M. Luckett.
FOR"
RENT
Full Dress,
Tuxedos,
Cutaways
with
Complete Acces
sories Chester
field Top Coats.
Silk and Opera
Rats.
Phone NAtionnl 2436
M. STEIN & CO.
_lm L STREET N.W. _
Five Hundred Hi*h Grade
Latest Style
DRESSES
SUITS — COATS — BLOUSES
BEACHWEAR. ETC.
To Be Sold Separately
BY AUCTION
ai WESCHLER'S
905 E Street, N.W.
WEDNESDAY
AUGUST 28th
ONE P.M.
Chairs Provided
OLD
fAvORItE
returns.'
. Vn limited
’ quantities
Estate Stile by Auction
At Sloan's Galleries
715 13th St.
TUESDAY
August 27
At 10 A.M.
From the Estate of Mattie Atkinson, Olive B. Lacy, Executrix, ar.d
from other sources.
Embracing in part Mahogany Bedroom Suite, Gilt Girandole. Oriental
Rugs, Paintings and Mater Colors, Jewelry, Silverware, Valuable
Brie-a-Brae, China, Glassware, Linens, M'ardrobe and other Trunks,
Carved High Post Bed, Carved Mahogany Costtlmer, Office Desks,
S Upright Pianos, Prism Chandeliers, Metal Garden Set, Fireplace
Brasses. Books, Mirrors. Electric Portable Sewing Machine, Lamps,
Upholstered Davenports and Chairs, etc.
t
Now on Exhibition
Terms Cash C. G. Sloan & Co.. Inc., Auct. Established 18S1
e9
Delicatessen Owner
Pleads Not Guilty
To Army Sugar Theft |
Henry Vestraci. 32. of the 4500
block of Seventh street N.W.. op
erator of a Southeast restaurant
delicatessen. was ordered held for
the grand jury today on charges of
stealing two 100-pound bags of
sugar and a 30-dozen crate of eggs
from the mess hall of the Army War!
College.
The store owner was released on!
$1,000 bond on a charge of house
breaking after waiving prelimin
ary hearings and pleading not guilty
before Judge Thomas D. Quinn in'
Municipal Court.
An Army private, accused of as
sisting in the theft, was identified as
Raymond R. Barrett, 34. of 5032
South Twelfth street, Arlington.
Military authorities said both men
were arrested Saturday night by
military' police as they were taking
part of the loot from the main en
listed men’s mess hall on the res
ervation at Third and P streets S.W.
to Vetraci’s waiting automobile.
After military police turned Ves
traci over to Metropolitan police, he
was charged with theft of Govern
ment property. The soldier will face
court-martial after investigation of
the affair is completed, military au
thorities stated.
Barfett had been under suspicion
for several days after Mess Sergt.
Prank Du Prince reported that the
storeroom was discovered unlocked
one morning last week, according to
military authorities.
Vestraci's restaurant is located in
the vicinity of Eighth and C streets
S.E.
Model Plane Mark Set I
LOS ANGELES, Aug 26 UP.—A
world's record of 123.88 miles an
hour for model planes was estab
lished at the All-Western Open
Model Aircraft meet yesterday. It |
was made by Don Newberger of |
Long Beach, Calif., topping the
orevious mark of 113 m.p.h.
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that it will he tender and juicy
TURN IN
USED
FATS

Grade A
STRIP
BACON
Some like it thin, some
like it thick. Slice it your
self the way you like it.
Sold in the piece with
> .ind on.
“This list will help you in choosing
your meat courses for the entire
week”
BEEF
Chuck Roast ^:d'. nAAerA ,b 39c
Rib Roastq^.hAA’or A b 53c
Ground Beef S . ,b 40c
Short Ribs AA°1:A . ,b 19c
Plate Beef AAdc;A b 19c
Beef Brisket ^d':AAer A ,b 33c
LAMB
Shoulder Chops A;od6#r A lb 51c
Shoulder Roast SZ7. %.*°r,n Jb 43c
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VEAL
Shoulder Chops AAde*r A - - lb 45c
Shoulder Roast E£"AA er A b 37c 1
Breast ^ AA or A ~ b 25c l
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* standout when it comes to good eating doesn't just happen.
\ It’s the result of careful selection of the right kind of meat
A and proper handling of that meat till it reaches you. So
| confident are we that you will like every cut of Safeway
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'/J and if you don’t like it for any reason whatsoever, just let
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Boneless, Grade AA or A ’
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You’ll like the fine
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LUCERNE MILK 2 ' 33'
SlithtlT hither in Virrinit Stares.
El AIID GoldMedo1 5 ib.
iLvIlIl Emergency Brand sack ^ |
El AIID Pillsbury 5 Ib. A***
IliUlJH Emergency Brand sack f v
SAFEWAY TEA VALUES
Canterbury Tea — 22c
Tea Bags Co"’"b-y -- pekfB4B 36c
McCormick Tea .--v;£ 25c
Salada Tea V;J: 24c
Tea Bags ..17c
Tea Bags wilk n* e?,96 15c
CANNED !
VICES
l Ready to open and pour. Keep
•ome on hand for all occasions.
r
Grapefruit Juice !i»:-1“ 35c
Grapefruit Juice 2Ge
Blended Juice.f’ 18c
Blended Juice15c
Blended Juice .N,J 16c
Blended Juice .fr37e
' Orange Juice °Sr..51c
Orange Juice tS.20c
Orange Juice 'ZZ..44z 48c
Prune Juice Sun*wot 32 oz. bet^^C
Prune Juice if..23c
This is the season when there is such an abundance of
luscious fresh fruits with all their healthful goodness. And
you’ll find the season’s finest awaiting your selection at Safeway.
COOKING APPLES - 3 - 25c
SEEDLESS GRAPES >-•"» «■ \ 8°
JUICY LEMONS <• - ^10“
BARTLEn PEARS 2 -- 25c
Sweet Potatoes R,d.2,b*21c
White Potatoes u s No 1 10 lbs 33c
Green Peas Full-Podded .2"» 27c
Cabbage gJohooc), .4c
Tomatoes ho™ Grown .2,b* 19c
Iceberg Lettuce Western —*■ 12c
Yellow Onions .,b 3c
Crisp Carrots Clipped .8c
Green Beans .2,b* 27c
White Celery cSw«. -.Ib-9c
Western Grown
Cantaloupes
Sweet, Juicy
California
ORANGES
12c
Prices effective until close of business Wednesday, Aurust 28, 1818, except produce-price changes which are subject to daily market
changes. NO SALES TO DEALERS. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES.

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