Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on November 28, 1967 · Page 7
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 7

Brownwood, Texas
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Tuesday, November 28, 1967
Page 7
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OUT WITH ROUND BONE CALF LIVE BONELESS & LEAN Stew Meat ..LB. USDA INSPECTED DECKER'S SHUR KRISP 10 K> 12 Ib. Average DECKER'S-6 to 8 Ib. Avg, Harper's Homemade CHILI . .Lb. .Lb. .Lb. 79c Chuck Roast Loin Steak Pork Roast Pork Steak L " 55c Bologna sii « j "• 35c SEVEN BONE Roast ,Lb. Decker's Wieners *»*• PORTERHOUSE Steak ..Lb. 53c 98c HARPER'S HOMEMADE Sausage 3"» 1.05 Ground Chuck L 69c ROUND BONE FRESH AND LEAN Hamburger «• 39c Fryers 69c Roast * 55c GRADE A FRESH DRESSED Whole Only. Limit 6 Lb. KIMBELL S 4 for YELLOW ROSE ILB.. lOc RUSSET Flour ... S 439c| POTATOES LEE GRANDE SWEET Corris 3 °°2 f ,,37 8-LB. POLY BAG. 29c DEL APPLES LB., 15c CABBAGE 5el LB. SWIFT VIENNA SAUSAGE 4-oz, Can 4 for Hormcl ] - |b ' pkg< 2 KIMBELL Shortening Drinks Diamond 3-lb. Can. , |S K Pineapple - s " 1 - 45< flour & 1.98 •• m m<^**m 3 46-oz. Cans $1 P% l_ Pacific Gold Elberta Peaches NO. 2*0.,, PLAIN AUSTEX No Beans 24-01. Can. , PEANUT I fc»rti i ^ /-» **«* Chili 73c KIMBELL'S Kimbcll's Tall Con, , Tamales Milk ** ff Kimbell's Coffee ^c«n Pure Lard Pecke ' Butter if" __ __ Del Monte I (Jilt! Flqt Can ' 300 Can,.. 4 for $1 2 * 29c 63c Meat 49c Cake Pal 2'/?.|b, Jar. 83c KIMBELL BEEF 3 <° 89c Stew 300 Size Can. . , 3 <° 1.00 KIMBELL SPAGHETTI & DICKER'S LUNCHEON Can,,-,, t.,,..., 45c Meat Balls- 5 e 2« 49 KIMBELI *»*«•*-*•* Salad Dressing 39c ^ KIM6EU SANDWICH KIMBELL PORK & 300 Spread 39c FRO-ZAN 3 1.00 KilTH'S - PRE-COOKED , Nbv. 58, 1W. M6WW666 ButtltlN—f <£, 1967 by NEA, Inc. LBJ CAMP SAYS Tax Boosf Can Hold off Squeeze By JOSEPH R. COYNE ,vcntional home loans to 6.38 per WASHINGTON (AP) - Signs cent for new houses during Oc- of a credit squeeze similar to' tober. It was the second straight the one last year that forced monthly rise although still be- hornebuilding into a tailspin are low the record 6.49 per cent of increasing—and both Johnson ; last December, administration and industry of-! —The board also reported the ficials insist only a tax Increase smallest October gain in sav- can head it off. ings by S&Ls for that month Many of the symptoms match since 1960, except for last year last year's and they began de-'when deposits actually declined, vdop'ing before the Federal Re-j —Loan commitments by S&Ls serve Board raised the discount! —an indication of future home- rate from 4 to 4Mi per cent in! building—are showing signs of reacting to devaluation of the slowing with such pledges down British pound. during September and October. This is the rate charged by the Federal Reserve for money —The Federal National Mortgage Association reduced the borrowed by commercial banks. | price it will pay for mortgages Other interest rates are pegged it buys in its secondary market upward from it. But since then the government has reported other indications of tightening money, especially for mortgages. January could be a key month operations. This was done to conserve the agency's resources. Fannie Mae, as the mortgage agency Is called, buys from bankers mortgages they hold for mortgage lenders and home- which are insured by the Feder« builders, a l Housing Administration or The end of the year also guaranteed by the Veterans Ad- marks the end of a dividend period at savings and loan asso- ministration. Bankers use the money they ciations and institutions at that (obtain from Fannie Mae to ap- time could face a possible with- i prove new mortgages. drawal of deposits for invest- Purchases by Fannie Mae ments paying higher interest. This trend last year led to have been heavy in recent months and are now above $80 sharp reductions in' the growth 1 million a week, a pace which of savings at S&Ls, the largest could exhaust its resources by single source of home mortgage the end of the year, officials funds, and depressed home- said. building. There have been these indica- This pace Is also Indicative of _ A _ __________ r _________ ....... potential money squeeze. lion's"" of"" tightening mortgage j When bankers are unable to sell money the past few days: i their mortgages privately— to a —The Federal Home Loan | mutual savings bank for exam- Bank Board reported an in- j pie— they turn to Fannie Mae crease in interest rates on con- 1 for help. _ Nixon Eyes Primaries ard Fish Sticks , • ,- ^ ir ?V' "''"if.Vf <"^swj; •- '»?*. - r-Ti.,,i,r -~ - . i. - ' " '' m j M ' ORth }•: *$£^<^ffi By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ; Richard M. Nixon says he'd 1 like to avoid primaries if he de- I tides to seek the Republican ! presidential nomination but ac| knowledges he couldn't and be ' assured of overcoming a "Nixon is a loser" tag. The former GOP vice president said Monday that while he'd prefer to skip presidential primaries and save himself for the November race, "the primaries provide the only areas where you can test your strength with the voters." I welcome that test," whose views on Vietnam appear j closer to McCarthy's than John, son's, now leads Johnson by a 52-32 per cent margin among {voters asked who they'd prefer to see as the 1968 Democratic nominee, The Harris sampling compared with a Kennedy lead of 42-41 per cent in September of }1966 and 48-39 per cent just a month ago. i The poll, copyrighted by the, Washington Post* found more than half those it interviewed felt Kennedy had many of the 1 same "outstanding qualities" as dency to John F. Kennedy to|K«H»«>y- . . . by only an eyelash, then Jn otljw developments: uy wuy « *} ^ _» , ^ j suffered a second setback two years later vylien he ran for gov ernor of California. sources foresaw politi9al implications JR the im pending resignation of !his candidacy in January, said the GOP should make ^° Johnson's fellow Democrat! J, McQirthy of Mi

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