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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 December 1944

December 21, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 First Mosquito: Hooray! Here comes a new arrival. Second Mosquito: Good! Let's stick him for the drinks! GREETINGS BEST WISHES Davis Sheet Metal Products Co. HOUSTON 5. TEXAS Jlet'i CjeA /It Rising above the din and clamor of the New Year's celebration Is this triumphant (act: IT'S THE TRADITIONAL AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE Within the memory of the oldest inhabitant that's the way we've always celebrated New Year's, and that's the way, please God, we always will celebrate it. His past is more glamorous than most of his associates realize, for Gus Barkow will hardly ever talk about the days when, doing intelli- gence work for large corporations, he came in contact with many of the crowned heads and other lead- ers of Europe. One of the contacts he's least proud of is his meeting with Hindenburg and Hitler back in 1929. Now in the real estate business, Mr. Barkow and his wife, Maude, and one of his two daughters, Mary Jane, live at 6512 Mercer. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 December 1944

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 21,1944 Merry Christmas VILLAGE BEAUTY SHOP Keystone 3-2406 Competent barbers always ready and anxious to serve you V. B. Shenron and H. W. Farris You never wait long at SHEARON BARBER SHOP Shoe Shine Boy on Hand 6626 South Main Street Hadley 0403 SEASON'S GREETINGS Classes Reopen Jan. 2, 1945 EMMAMAE HORN DANCE STUDIO 6620V* MAIN L. 1847 eSfbi' thinking of how much we are indebted to you. And just about time for us to call upon two little words that carry more cheer and good will than all the big words that have ever been coined— Merry Christmas HUMBLE Service Station L. L. Cook, Agent 2416 University K. 3-2683 CHRISTMAS AGAIN! Who will say that smiles were brighter or spirits keener at the Christmases of our fathers than they are today? At any rate, friends and neighbors, that's the kind of a Christmas we are wishing for you this Yuletide of 1944—just a good old-fashioned Christmas! ROY A. COCHRAN REALTY CO. 2519 RICE BLVD. Keystone 3-6694 Greeti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 December 1944

December 21, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 6 THANK YOU 1911 (in ,1 Every Good Wish / HOLIDAY SEASON U-TOTE'M I Vegelnb 1 Market . RUDOLPH We All Send New Year Greetings AH of our bent wishon and all of our best ef- forts will lie with you In the New Year iin they were in the old. Yon can count upon un to do onr utmost to deserve your con- tinned confidence dnr- Ing 1045. RICE BLVD. BEAUTY SHOP Miss Sue Fleming, Owner Miss Evelyn Pesnk 2503 Rice Rlvd. CH££R Hearty and cheery And happy and true, An ever so fervent Merry Christmas to you! .. * F. E. BLACK GULF SERVICE STATION 2407 University J. 2-0015 ^ijreethtqg 1Q44 Jr- 1 ENJOY Your Christmas Dinnci at KAPH AN'S 7900 SOUTH MAIN for Reservation*: CALL IIADLEY 0059 PUGH'S UNIVERSITY VARIETY STORE 3622-24 University Blvd. Madison 2-0133 To Our Many Friends and Customers DAVIDSON'S DRY GOODS & HARDWARE End of Bus Line Bellaire at Richmond Madison 2-0113 CHRISTMAS IOYALTY works L both ways. You have been loyal to us, and we are loyal t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 December 1944

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 21, 1944 Bellaire Kindergarten Ages 3 to 6 Years (Will Call For and Return Children) M. 2-3868 5212 Spruce MRS. F. I). McCRACKEN SCHOOLS TRIPLE QUOTA Pershing Junior High and West University Elementary schools more than tripled their quota of $10,000 in the War Bond sale which closed for the schools last Friday. Bank Employees Get Month's Pay As Bonus , MR. AND MRS. DAVID BLUM Extend every good wish for a Joyous Christmas and a Truly Happy New Year BLUM'S Fine Jewelry and Gifts" 6624 S. Main Expecting a turkey as a Christmas gift from the University State Hank, the firm's employees were greatly surprised and pleased when they were presented with a month's pay instead at an informal party held last Saturday afternoon at the bank. A feature of the occasion was decorating the Christmas tree. Hurvie Henderson, colored porter, doubled for Santa, making the presentation of the checks and acting as master of ceremonies. In the picture, left to right: Hurvie Hend...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 December 1944

December 21, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 -'Social Notes" A Christmas party will bo given by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Harris in their home, 6G27 Belmont,, De- cember 29 at 8 p. m. The 14 guests will exchange amusing gifts. Mr RUG AND CARPET CLEANING SERVICE 2619 Bissonnet H. 6410 Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Meister of 3123 University have as their guest their brother, Lawrence O'Shea of El Paso. He arrived Friday night and will remain through the Christ- mas holidays. Back from a trip to Oklahoma /luilt layloJi Personal scr s,-llor. Spec: in Southw 2406 University LUMBER COMPANY K 3-6431 IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT FLASHLIGHTS Only a Few Left With Batteries. . . . $1.95 each Without Batteries. . $1.75 each U. S. Army Flash and Blinker Lights ! Two-Cell—Extra Bulb in Handle— Waterproof! Hunters and Fishermen—Don't Miss This Opportunity While They Last Get Yours Today UNIVERSITY AUTO SERVICE University and Kirby Drive To Our Many Friends in This Section. Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Ye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 December 1944

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 21,1944 Norman Whites Hold Open House To Mark 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Norman W. White of 4103 Byron observed their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house December 9. About 30 guests called during the evening. Refreshments were served buffet style from a table covered with a green silk cloth and decorated with a crystal bowl filled with gold-col- ored chrysanthemums. Mr. and Mrs. White were the recipients of a set of sterling silver from their friends. They have been residents of West University Place for the past eight Home from T.C.'U. in Fort Worth to spend the holidays with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Neil G. Moore of 2707 Tangley, is Miss Betty Moore. MERRY CHRISTMAS -and thank youI w ^ Ep.| ¥ The * Yuletide means a time for expressing sentiments we've had all year. We'd like to ex- press real thanks for the way all our customers—and that includes you—have co-operated with the govern- ment's rationing program. You have found shortages at ti...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 December 1944

December 21, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Wilbur tells of the lady who could not stand the way her husband talked, and went home to mutter. WAGNER'S BARBER SHOP NEW, CLEAN and SANITARY Expert Service That Will Please You Next to Village Theatre 2414 University Blvd. K. 3-3390 RflmBunG. The W. S. McLendons of 3712 Harper were happy to get word the other days that their son, Corporal Joel, has arrived safely in Eng- land. . . . After serving 18 months in the Aleutian Islands, J. W. Cauble, petty officer 1/c, U. S. Navy, is visiting his home at 4101 Byron.. .. Home from Allen Academy in Bryan for the Christmas holidays are: Cadet Sgt. Charles A. Miller, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Miller of 2618 Cason; Bill Barton, son of Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Barton of HOLIDAY GREETINGS from S. M. GRIFFIS COMPANY REAL ESTATE Prompt, Courteous, Effic Your Listings Given Personal Attention 3418 Nottingham, and H. R. Maz- e, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Mazzare of 4103 Rice Blvd. . . . Mr. and M...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 December 1944

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 21,1944 BEST "WISHES To You, and You, and You For a Really "Corking" Good Christmas While we pride ourselves on having had one of the most complete stocks of liquor available in the city throughout the year, we realize that war restrictions have frequently curtailed our variety. Thank you for your patience, your loyalty and your friendship. Bill's Package Stores 2422 Rice Blvd. J.2-2827 1725 Bissonnet K. 3-1148 There is something in the very season of the year that gives charm to the festivity of Christmas. . -washington irving ^ Whether Christmas be white or green, we hope it will be full of charm for you and yours, with an abundance of all the good things that are part of happy Yuletide . . . CRYSTAL WHITE LAUNDRY Cr CLEANING COMPANY 2405 UNIVERSITY BLVD. KEYSTONE 3-5358 fp0, Uirgtttta indeed! "Virginia, your little friends are wrong. They have been affected by the skepticism of a skeptical age —they dc not believe except what they see — they th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 December 1944

December 21, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Piano Pupils Give Holiday Musical** Beginning and intermediate stu- dents of Mrs. Nathan Colish's School of the Piano presented a hol- iday musicale in their instructor's studio at 2927 Rice Blvd. Sunday evening with their parents as guests. On the program were: Beverly Keller, Patsy Grace Dan- iell, Marlene Levitin, Davna Blum, Paula Levy, Adelle Silvers, Dianne Crisp, Pearl Grenader, Emma Rose Zindler, Mary Lou Daniel, Maxine Frosch, Virgie Willis, Jr., Natalie Levy, Carolyn Frosch, Jules Borger and Annette and Etta Colish. Last-Minute Gift Suggestions Wide Selection of: • Chocolatcs and Hard Candies. • Delirious Smoked Turkeys. • Crystallized and Glazed Fruits. • Fruit Cakes. • English Toffees. CATERING TO PRIVATE PARTIES ALABAMA CAFETERIA Next Door to Alabama Theatre Phone J. 2-7754 19 44 . . . It's Christmas! So Let's Celebrate! Let's celebrate by recalling on every day what Christmas is and what it means. Let's cele- brate by never ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 December 1944

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 21,1944 XMAS HOURS FRIDAY, Dec. 22 Open 'Til 7:30 SATURDAY, Dec. 23 Open 'Til 8:30 Closed Monday, Xmas Day AT OUR TRADITIONALLY LOW PRICES m GINGER BREAD MIX C 15c V-B APPLE SAUCE No. 2 Can 15c FULLY DRESSED and READY FOR THE OVEN OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT TURKEYS FULLY DRESSED Hens - 47c CHOICE VEAL OVEN Roast > 26c PURE PORK PAN SAUSAGE, Lb.... 29' 1 SELECT OYSTERS, Pint 69c LAMB ROLLED ROAST, Lb 39' I i MICKIE'S MINCE MEAT PIE 39c MICKIE'S 1, 2, 5-Lb. SIZE FRUIT CAKE $1.00 Lb. ROSEDALE GREEN ASPARAGUS . No. 2 Can .. 35c MISSION SUGAR PEAS 2 No. 2 Cans 25c FOLGER'S COFFEE Lb. Jar 30c PACIFIC PRIDE SALMON 16-Oz. Can 24CI LIBBY'S TOMATO JUICE 2 No. 2 Cans 25' 8 KRAFT'S AMERICAN CHEESE &gLb 19c PREMIER TEA 4-Oz. Cello Bag 19' 8 HOME GROWN RADISHES or SHALLOTS 2 Bunches . . 15c CRISP FIRM PASCAL CELERY Large Size .. 19c GOLDEN RIPE FANCY BANANAS, 2 Lbs 21c HOME GROWN YOUNG TENDER BROCCOLI, Lb . 19c LOUISIANA SWEET U. S. No. 1 Yams x 19c KILN DRIED...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 December 1944

osteal Itmes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BEL LA IR ^ SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA % Page 3 Volume 1—Number 14 HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 28, 1944 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year 'Village' Was Prairie Less Than Seven Years Ago ★ ★★★★ ★★★ New City Fathers Take Over Reins In WUP Tuesday Judge Frank Williford will ad- minister the oath of off ice when the officials of West University Place for the next two-year term are in- augurated at 8 p.m. Tuesday night in the Community House. Taking the oath at this time will be Dr. A. L. Kerbow, re-elected mayor; Jack M. Ogg and Jim Dunnington, re- elected commissioners, and Way- land R. Hancock and L. J. Martin, newly elected commissioners. New appointees taking office will be: E. O. Rulon of 3221 Plumb, re- placing J. A. Metcalf of 6320 Buf- falo Speedway as superintendent of streets and bridges; Troy T. Stokes of 3706 Sunset, who succeeds Har- vey Fleming of 6549...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 December 1944

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 28, 1944 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Rraeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area by the Sentinel Publishing Company IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor Burt Rule Sports Editor A. Lee Burge Staff Artist Chas. G. Crocker Staff Photographer Entered bb second-clasB matter, October 12, 1944, at the Post Office at Houston, TexaB, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas Phone Keystone 3-6686 . . Evening Phone Madison 2-1085 HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 28, 1944 What's Wrong With "You-AII"? Next time some Yankee casts some aspersion on your "you-all," ou might quote him or her this little Brooklynese: Toity poiple boids a-sittin' on a coib, A-choipin' and a-boipin' and a-eatin' doity woims. Along came Boit and a skoit named Goit Who woiked in a shoit factory in Joisey. When Boit and the skoit Goit Saw the to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 December 1944

December 28, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 8 V Southwestern Area Well Represented On Jaycee Ballot The list of candidates for execu- tive positions in next week's elec- tions of the Houston Junior Cham- ber of Commerce includes many well-known residents of Southwest- ern Houston. The annual election is to be held next Tuesday night at the Texas State Hotel. Young men from this area who are candidates are: King H. Robin- son, (>337 Vanderbilt, running for president; James A. Elkins, Jr., Warwick Hotel Apartments, first vice-president; Harvey B. Richards, Jr., 3402 University, second vice- president; L. W. Hedrick, Jr., 2026 N. Blvd., secretary; Morris Baynes, 3012 Lafayette, and Chas. F. Schill- ing, Jr., 3002 Tangley, treasurer. Those in the directors' race from this section are: Frank W. Roberts, 4101 Tennyson; J. F. Berly, 4009 Oberlin; T. Jay Foster, 5808 Ford- ham; Mickey Lavy, 4100 Oberlin; Clem McClelland, 1714 Banks; Fred Nahas, 3921 Oberlin; Merritt War- ner, 3104 Wroxton....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 December 1944

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 28,1944 RflmeunG.... Home from boot camp at Ard- more, Oklahoma, for Christmas was Norman Wellspring, who visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Well- spring, at 2701 Amherst. . . . Johnny Lee, Radioman 1/c, was in for a week-end recently to visit his mother, Mrs. Julia Lee, at 4225 University Blvd.. .. Brownie Troop 334 contributed to the cheer at Jeff Davis Memorial Hospital by making decorations for Ihe Christmas tree. . . . Miss Caroline Ross, a student of the University of Texas, is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Loye L. Ross, 3755 Har- New owners of the former E. B. Just Received NEW STOCK OF SPRING GARDEN SEED • OPEN STOCK OF CUPS AND SAUCERS • CURTAIN RODS PYREX WARE PAINTS OF ALL TYPES ★ Money Orders Sold WARK HARDWARE & PLUMBING CO. 2706 Bissonnet Street Tel. Hodley 1844 Kimball Grocery at 5204 Bellaire Blvd. are M. Brian Jones and W. H. Jones. We wish them a lot of luck in their new undertaking... . Dr. and Mrs....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 December 1944

1* December 28, 1944 Their cars having collided, Jock and Pat were surveying the situa- tion. Jock offered Pat a drink from his bottle. Pat drank and Jock re- turned the bottle to his pocket. Pat: Thank ye, Jock, but aren't ye going to have a bit of a nip yourself? Jock: Aye, mon, that I will, but not until the police have been here. SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Please plan your needs far enough ahead so you can send one dress or suit at a time, and allow us time for a good job. And please send a hanger with each garment. Then we can do our part to give you better service despite labor and gas shortages. CAMPUS CLEANERS Jackson „ 2-5149 Wjlif'Lly Leather shoes that are difficult to polish should be rubbed over with a cut lemon. They will shine beauti- fully afterwards. Grease glass baking dishes before putting food in to bake and they will be easier to wash. If the whisks of your broom are worn so short that they no longer give clean service, cut all the sew- ing threads except the top row. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 December 1944

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 28, 1944 Activities of Pershing School Band are Credit to Community Group Generous In Devoting Time And Energy To All Important Civic Events The citizens of this section an very proud of the band and orches- tra of Pershing Junior High School —and justifiably so. These talented youngsters have brought home hon- ors from both state and national contests, and often in competition with senior high school organiza- tions. Their contribution to t war effort and to civic and coi nvunity life has been out-standing. So generously have both the Pc shing High Band and Orchestra given of thoir time to aid the war effort that a citation was awarded them by the United States Treas- ury Department and presented by HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP Furniture, Funs, Toaster Vacuum Cleaners, etc., Repaired. Quick, Dependable. Sdrvii 6117 KIRBY DRIVE Next to Bank Mayor E. L. Kerbow of West Ui versity Place at a ceremony at t Community House. The bond drive in 1942 at Pc shing High was in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 December 1944

December 28, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 The Village After Seven Years— (Continued from Page 1) been responsible for the develop- ment of much of the Southwestern section, in addition to The Village. It was back in 1925 that he first became interested in West Univer- sity Place, and in those days the only way to reach the little munici- pality was via Bissonnet or Bel- laire Blvd. There were no cross streets between these thorough- fares from Morningside Drive to Kirby. There was a trail where University Blvd. is now which was used to reach a farmhouse on the corner of what is now University and Kelvin. But the farmhouse bumed about 1935 and the trail was abandoned. Mr. Plumb had his troubles with squatters when he bought the sec- tion which he developed into Pres- ton Place. A small settlement of Now In New Location DR. GEORGE J. KUIiNS CHIROPODIST—FOOT AILMENTS 902 Southern Standard Dldg. Notice to Property Owners of This District ing your home or lots get in touch with us at o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 December 1944

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 28, 1944 Ttt START THE YEAR Rt6HT It wouldn't be a New Year's dinner if it didn't include some pretty fancy items, appetizing to look at and delicious to eat. You can get the ingredients for dinners that start the New Year right at the Rice Blvd. Food Market. CLOSED MONDAY-NEW YEAR'S DAY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES EXTRA FANCY JONATHON APPLES 4 Lbs.. ..... 39c TURKEYS-FRYERS DUCKS-GEESE-HENS PRICED RIGHT CALIF. CRISP WHITE CELERY Stalk 1'c CHOICE VEAL OVEN Roast 26c TEXAS SWEET JUICY ORANGES Dozen 19c YELLOW MILD ONIONS J Lbs 13' HOME GROWN CRISP GREEN CABBAGE 2 Lbs 7' TENDER CALF Liver 1 39c ALL MEAT Weiners 29c ASSORTED SLICED Cold Cats 29' GIVE A BOX OF FRUIT $2.50 ON NEW YEAR'S PILLSBURY'S PANCAKE FLOUR 1 Vi -Lb. Box 10c LUX SOAP 3 19c SPRY 3 66c SWAN SOAP 2 S3* 19c 3 Medium |7r Bars llt HY-PRO BLEACH Quart Bottle 13c SAVE HERE-Buy These Non-Rationed Food Values . . . UNCLE WILLIAM'S DELICIOUS Poik & Beans 2 -15c LIBBY'S Veal Loaf . . . . - 17c DE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 January 1945

ert&ui /tmes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRS SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number 15 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 4, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year New Officials Inaugurated In West University CAP Squadron Moves To Area, Asks Community Cooperation Squadron 4 of Group 4 of the Civil Air Patrol has reorgan- ized its staff, moved to Southwestern Houston and will here- after be known as West University Squadron 4, according to First Lt. Monroe R. James of 4144 Rice Blvd., squadron commander. The group held its first meeting under the new set-up in Pershing Junior High School Auditorium Wednes- day night with a good turnout University State Bank Deposits Pass 4 Million Mark The continued and almost spec- tacular growth of the University State Bank is reflected in its s< annual statement, just released by the officials of the bank. Deposits have increased almost a million dol- lars, f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 January 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 4, 1945 lime# \ Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braes wood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area by the Sentinel Publishing Company IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor Burt Rule Sports Editor A. Lee Burge Staff Artist Chas. G. Crocker Staff Photographer Entered as second-class matter, October 12, 1944, at the Post Office at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas Phone Keystone 3-6686 . . Evening Phone Madison 2-1085 Jap Peace Terms Made Known HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 4, 1945 About This Parking Question— It has long been a custom, when the New Year rolls around, to review our shortcomings and resolve to make amends for all the little things we did that were thoughtless and selfish during the previous year. If we will be honest with ourselves, we cannot but agree that nearly every one...

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