SAN ANTONIO -- In a major attempt to boost its periodicals volume, H-E-B Grocery Co. here will create book centers at some new and remodeled stores this year. According to Bob Callahan, H-E-B's category manager for books, plans have not been completed as to when or how many of these sections will be added. But the chain has decided that it will stock a full variety of hard cover and paperback books, children's selections and magazines, he said. "We're now looking at a major commitment to do ...

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