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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 April 1947

Thursday, April 17, 1947 Legal Notice— (Continued from Page 10) proposed to be assessed against abutting property and owners for said improvements, exclusive of curbs • 7.06 foot proposed to be assessed against abutting property and Total estimated amount proposed to be assessed against abutting property and owners 27,192.00 Estimated total cost of said im- provement to be paid by the City of West University Place, Texas 11,405.67 Section No. 6: University Boulevard from the west line of Auden Street to the east line of Community Drive—30' Wide: Estimated total cost of the whole improvement $55,460.00 Estimated amount per lineal front foot proposed to be assessed against abutting property and owners for curbs 1.19 Estimated amount per front foot proposed to be assessed against abutting property and owners for said improvements exclusive of curbs 6.86 Total estimated amount per front foot proposed to be assessed against abutting property and owners 8.05 Total estimated amount propose...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 April 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, April 17, 1947 All She Wanted To Know Housewife: "I wonder if you will be so kind as to weigh this package for weighs exactly three pounds and three-quarters." Housewife: "Thank you; it con tains the bones you sold me in Butcher: "Why certainly. It I that four-pound roast yesterday.' UPHOLSTERING 18 YEARS EXPERIENCE • Repairing • Refinishing • Slip Covers • Custom Built Furniture T H O R N E UPHOLSTERING & FURNITURE CO. 2911 Westheimer H. 8075 Large Selection of Materials nUHIS-PLASlIt BEAUTIFUL COLORS For Your HOME • LEAVES NO BRUSH MARKS • LUSTRE FINISH WITHOUT WAX • CLEANS WITHOUt SCRUBBING Pints $1.75 Quarts $2.95 Stahlman Lbr. Co., 6601 S. Main J. 2-5107 Wagner Hdw. Co., 2531 Univ... .J. 2-0233 Southern Hdw. Co., 2509 Rice.. .J. 2-9156 WUP Church of Christ Announces Revival Beginning Sunday The West University Church of Christ this week announced a se- ries of a revival services beginning Sunday and continuing each day through April 27. ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 April 1947

Thursday, April 17, 1947 O i? SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 J \ t I Choose Nightgowns And Robes With Eye To Harmonious Colors Many women, no matter how carefully they choose their daytime dresses, choose their own personal lingerie haphazardly. They will have an assortment of gowns or pajamas that look like they came from a table of broken colors and sizes, and their robes or lounging apparel have no color or fabric harmony with the other garments. Fastidious women, on the other hand, choose their personal lingerie with as much care as they do their dresses. They bear in mind the col- or of their gowns when they choose robes, and they try to have some color harmony in their choice of lingerie. The latter program does not cost any more than a haphazard one, but it does give you a chance to feel well dressed, and you can never be accused of looking dowdy around the house. Robes From Formats Since slips, gowns and robes are still in the luxury class as far as consumer goods are concerned,...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 April 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, April 17, 1947 is up to the birds. Clock Records Time Homing Pigeons-- (Continued from Page 7) . . .. . . .. , , , Each racing owner has a time lays the information to the club clock at his loft, When one of his headquarters in Houston. The rest I pigeons arrives at the loft, he re- Condit P.-T.A. Elects New Officers ALL MAKES REPAIRED Sewing Machines Machines for Sale and Rent—Buttonhole Attachments and Suppli< BOB McDOUGAL 1301 YALE V. 4-2S KATL TO ENTERTAIN AT PLAYLAND PARK APRIL 21 FREE RIDES, for all listeners, plus a Stromberg-Carlson console model radio, both AM and FM, and with a record player, plus a beautiful Chambers Range that cooks with the gas turned off, will be given quiz contest winners on April 21, San Jacinto Day, when Houston's newest radio station, KATL, entertains listeners with an all-day party at Playland Park. For full details tune in KATL, at the pleasant end of the dial, 1590 kilocycles.—Adv. New officers, elected la...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 April 1947

Thursday, April 17, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 Let's Get Acquainted If you want to see Walt Demp- ster's face light up and his eyes begin to sparkle, just begin talk- ing to him about his hobby. And it is, believe it or not, raising worms. Yes, worms, earthworms. If you want to be specific about it, they are soilution worms. And they are good for your garden, in- asmuch as they aeraete the soil and pulverize the earth. Accord- ing to Mr. Dempster, the addition of earthworms to your garden will increase its production, make your of course: twtamericans trust in eop-you can teu, that by the wav they priv£ Portable BARBECUE PITS $40 up TACKLE BOXES of fine mahogany wood $10 and $15 PICNIC KITS with Twin-Vacuum Bottles . . . zipper closing. $11.95 HOUSTON SPORT SHOP 4717 So. Main L. 8660 plants healthier and increase their resistance to disease. Someday Walt plans to expand his hobby, which is beginning to develop into a business, to include the raising of red wiggler worms for the...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 April 1947

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, April 17, 1947 New Fangled Said the termite as he ate his way into Venetian blind, "Look, our bread comes sliced now." Bellaire Kindergarten Mrs. P. I). McCracken 9 A.M. to 12 Noon PICKUP SERVICE 5212 SPRUCE M. 2-3868 Children, Ages 3 to 6 Years Doris Julliette Speich Becomes Bride Of Donald Henry Brett In Presbyterian Church The marriage of Mias Doris Jul- liette Speich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Speich of 6.345 Belmont, to Donald Henry Brett, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Brett of Houston, was solemnized recently in the Sec- ond Presbyterian Church. Dr. E. A. Munroe and Rev. R, P. Douglass read the double ring DEPENDABLE ICE SERVICE E. F. JASCHKE DELIVERING HORLOCK ICE W. 3-0330 L. 5200 MAKE YOUR CAR LOOK NEW AGAIN! LET US WAX and POLISH BATTERY RECHARGING YOUR CAR New Power Driven Polisher for Finer Gloss • ROAD SERVICE • LEWIS L. COOK, AGENT HUMBLE STATIONA MH msn 6719 SO. MAIN L. 1687 service before an altar banked with white gladioli arrange...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 April 1947

Thursday, April 17, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 21 More Scotch Three blood transfusions were necessary to save a patient's life. A brawny young Scotchman of- fered his blood. The patient gave him $50 for the first pint; $25 for the second pint; but the third time she had so much Scotch blood in her she only thanked him. * An ad in the Times has thou- sands of potential customers. DR. J. G. EGANHOUS Practicing OPTOMETRY THE SCIENCE OF VISION 3216 Milam Hour, by Appointment L. 0548 Is Your RADIO "Crying" for ATTENTION? 90 DAY GUARANTEE PICK UP and DELIVERY ANY MAKE MODEL REPAIRED RECORD PLAYERS REPAIRED Steve*t& RECORDS * RADIOS "For Better Home Entertainment" 6125 Kirby K. 3-9669 I even more by garnishing the platter with some of the spiced fruit. To clean pancake griddles, waffle irons, and popovcr irons, wipe them after each use with a cloth squeezed out in clear, warm water. Keep your refrigerator free of unpleasant odors by placing a small piecc of charcoal in the back of it...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 April 1947

Page 22 southwestern times Thursday, April 17, 1947 JITTER . By Arthur Pointer jt By Gene Byrnes REG'LAR FELLERS what? I WANNA lissen! you aim OKAY, HE O SEE IF IT MADE SENSE IF HE" HAPDA (SO HOME BY THIS STREET LIKE I. DO! HOT DORG T'PLEASE,DOM'TCHA? J BUT IT PONT BUT I WANT WELL, POLLER. MY IT IN A ORDERS AN GO LIGHT V WITH TH'LIP ICE'CREAM LOCAL- .SOCIETY FPR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO zaraocaAiLS CONE-NOT A ROLL! Janey's Jottings-- (Continued from Page 3) If you were very hot and fever- ish she sent for the doctor. And what did the doctor prescribe? TWO TABLESPOONS of you- know-what! But he let you screw his thermometer into the cover and it looked like a fountain pen. But mother was always a little scornful of a thermometer . . . "You can tell by feeling a body if it has fever," she would say. Did she save herself a lot of worry by not having a thermome- ter? . . . Did the dread bottle of castor oil cure our ills? ... Or did it, as a threat hanging over our young heads, preve...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 April 1947

Thursday, April 17, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 23 WUP Garden Club To Elect Leaders For Coming Year The annual election of officers will feature the meeting of the West University Garden Club sched- uled to be held Tuesday at 10 a. m. in the Community House. A nomi- nating committee, composed of I Mrs. Tom Bowling, Mrs. Rose Reese, Mrs. M. W. Gray, Mrs. C. D. Oliphint and Mrs. C. A. Diehl, will present candidates for the club offices. In addition to the election, a program by Mrs. C. W. Ennis on conservation is scheduled. The club members will also present flower arrangements which will be judged. fireston* ■ cpflUJGS Equip Your Car With AS LOW AS 1.25 A WEEK tire $f one DELUXE CHAMPIONS Up to 55% Strongo Up to 32% Longer Mileag Up to 60% Moro Non-Skid Angle New in design! New in materials! Ne^w in performance! Tested and proved by millions of miles of service! Buy the best! N wl WonderfulI SUPREME SPARK PLUGS WLONB CLOTHES LlNEHi 1.49 so ft. You can leave it up tlie year around — ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 April 1947

Page 24 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, April 17, 1947 Si B 1 o SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY APRIL 21 San Jacinto Day PRICES MUST COME DOWN—IT'S SERIOUS FOR ALL—WE PLEDGE TO KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN AND WILL NOT BUY MERCHANDISE WHICH CANNOT BE SOLD UNDER THIS POLICY. W. H. LEVY ROSE—HIGHEST QUALITY SHOESTRING POTATOES 22%Oz. OQc CANS /J BLUE BONNET Salad Dressing PINT JAR 29 SUNNY DAY PIMIENTO 5° 4Vi Oz. JARS Flotill No. 2Va APRICOTS voC .„ CHOICE Flotill PEACHES & PEARS Hunt's PRUNE PLUMS 19 LIBBY'S RIPE LIBBY'S VIENNA OLIVES Sausage 29" 2 •« 29' TALL CAN CLOSED MONDAY APRIL 21st—SAN JACINTO DAY BE SURE TO EAT t ARMOUR STAR HAMS SMALL WHOLE Lb- 59c BABY BEEF SQUARE CUT ROAST -45' BABY BEEF M CLOB STEAK - 59' SLICED BOLOGNA or pickle inir pimiento L U H r Lb. 39' Kraft's Velveeta or American m CHEESE 2 — 84' HORMEL'S SKINLESS WEINERS 39c PINE BAKERY GOODS CARMEL DOUBLE DIP OUBLE DIP "lAr cake - 79' WITH OR WITHOUT POPPY SEEDS tf Finger Rolls poz 1" APPLE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

SDUTHWESTER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BELLAIRE. SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON. 50UTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 3—Number 31 HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 24, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Bellaire To Get Stop Signs; Council Sets Fines For Violations An improved traffic situation appeared to be the aim of the Bell- aire City Council at its regular meeting Monday night as a large share of the discussion was de- voted to traffic problems. At the insistence of Marshal W. L. Fuller, the board of aldermen approved the installation of 29 new stop signs for Bellaire inter- sections. The signs will be installed this week, Marshal Fuller said. Ten city limits signs will also be included in the program. Stop Streets An ordinance passed by the council established Bellaire Boule- vard, Old Richmond Road, Post Oak Roa4 and Rice Avenue as through streets, making it manda- tory that a motorist stop at the entrance to these streets and yield t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, April 24, 1947 SDUTHWE5TER Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Managing Editor BILL WAGNER Reporter and Feature Editor ED SMITH Advertising Manager SAM KEEPER Circulation Manager Entered as second-class matter, October 12, 1944, at the Post Office at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription $1.00 a Year Advertising Rates On Request H 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-5566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 24, 1947 We Salute A Service Institution On the occasion of the fifth anniversary of service to the section performed by the University State Bank, we join others of the community in paying tribute to this wide- awake, helpful institution. The bank is certainly one of the greatest forces in the spectacular growth of The Village and the Sout...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Thursday, April 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 • • • • • • • * 1 # • I • r i Fine foods from everywhere—Winesandliquoi^t DFFEHS (Zeal Valued % fcelicacieA "Dor Cjracioui oCiving " 5oc Snachs C^anafjci FANCY PACIFIC SMOKED Barbecued Oysters * Con*' CO IN WESSON OIL Smoked Oyster Pate For 20 Canapes CO FROM THE ATLANTIC OCEAN Lobster Paste 5 oz. .19 IMPORTED FROM NORWAY Kippered Herring 8 oz. Can .25 IMPORTED NORWEGIAN FANCY Peeled Shrimps 1/4 Size .49 FROM MAINE Smoked Sardines 3 Co"' .15 FINEST QUALITY NORWAY Sardines Brisling 33/4 oz. Can CM CD NEW IMPORTATION-FIRM IN PURE OLIVE OIL Fillets of Anchovies CHOICE OF FLAT OR ROLLED a"' .25 * JamouA dhecie • ROQUEFORT '7,°„r SOCIETE BEE lb 1.69 FROM SWITZERLAND—GENUINE SAP SAGO Cone .25 FROM CANADA—THE FAMOUS Oka La Trappe lb .98 '"WlfdJtfe in tie Jtitclen" Products PHEASANT 1.15 1.15 1.15 TURKEY PATE PHEASANT Giblet Pate PHILADELPHIA SCRAPPLE .30 READY TO SERVE WHOLE CHICKEN 1.98 READY TO SERVE—ALL WHITE MEAT BREAST O'CHICKEN 2.69 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, April 24, 1947 For Soft Hands Did you know that lanolin, the natural oil from raw wool, is the nearest to the skin's own lubri- cant? A cream with plenty of lanolin combats the telltale signs of dry skin. If the cream is also homogenized — broken down into tiny particles—so much the better for its effectiveness. The dead-line for classified ads is Monday at 5 p. m. for the fol lowing issue. Annual Flower Show Of Garden Study Club To Be Held Tuesday Beautify Your Windows WITH BEAUTIFUL MODERNISTIC CORNICE BOARDS (VALANCE BOARDS) MADE AND INSTALLED — ANY SIZE OR DESIGN WATTS WOOD SPECIALTIES PAUL S. WATTS, Owner 5903 GOFORTH H. 2310— Nights: M. 2-3223 PAINT WITH GOOD PAINT! NOW IS THE TIME WE PUT IN CONCRETE PORCH FLOORS AND STEPS, AND MAKE MINOR REPAIRS Guaranteed Work — No Down Payment — Easy Terras HOUSTON PAINTING CO. 608 First National Bank Bldg. F. 9727—Nights M. 2-8328 The Garden Study Club will hold its annual flower show next Tues- day at 3...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Thursday, April 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 6 HOUS Saturday . . . another GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, Inc. of Texas in the Rice Blvd. Shopping Center At Your Service: * Credit Facilities 30 - day accounts . . . Budget plan . . . Install- ment financing of ma- jor appliances. * Free Delivery Anywhere south of Buffalo Bayou (except the East End past Riv- erside Addition). * Gift Wrapping Beautiful and distinc- tive - free on purchases over $7.50; for 25c un- der $7.50. * Telephone . . . ? Not until the strike is over. Until then, please call our Main Street store, Keystone 3-7328. 25IO Rice Blvd. Now—The distinctive and useful household wares of Good Housekeep- ing, Inc., are brought to your favorite shopping center, The Village— things of beauty and utility for "living and giving" in South Texas. In the event you are not acquainted with us, we are a Houston firm—owned, and managed, by neighbors of yours in the South- western area. We opened our first shop at 3300 Main in 1945, and we kno...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Pa«* 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMEB Thursday, April 24, 1947 $64 Question Friend: "I think your husband dresses nattily." Wife: "Natalie who?" Courteous First Singer — Did you notice how my voice filled the hall last night? Second Singer—I noticed several people leaving to make room for it. There's the barber who uses his scissors for sheer pleasure. EVERY DAY SPECIAL KLEIN'S ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS 40c QUART 2515 UNIVERSITY 2CM SHEPHERD Southampton Girl Wins Spelling Bee Champion speller of St. Vincent De Paul School is the title accorded Joan Loverde, above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Loverde of 2426 Sunset Boulevard in Southampton. Joan recently earned the title by emerging as the winner of a school-wide spelling bee. A seventh grade student, Joan is 13 years of age. tulii| t? THE COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC HOME LAUNDRY WITH THESE OUTSTANDING FEATURES More thorough washing and rinsing Easier and safer to operate Greater capacity (10 full pounds) No need to pre-soak clothes Convenient waist- h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Thursday, April 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 I •I • BROTHERS Their Gigantic Store-wide Pre-inventory 3 DAYS ONLY UK 3 DAYS ONLY Savings to 50% off Regular Prices NOTICE - - - We Are Expanding Our Operations Larger Custom Department—larger Drapery Department—larger Upholstery Department and the installa- tion of a deluxe Englander Sleep Department. WE MUST REDUCE STOCK To Make More Room $15,000 of Fine Merchandise Must Move Immediately, regardless of our previous competitive prices. BUY AT BELOW WHOLESALE PRICES —INCLUDING— BEAUTIFUL PIECES OF FINE MAHOGANY TO GRACE YOUR HOME MAHOGANY Drop Leaf Tables ^4950 AS LOW AS Single and Double Pedestal Extensions as Low as $89.50 MAHOGANY 9-Pc. DUNCAN PHYFE Dining Room Suite Complete With w.:'sS™ >'18950 FRENCH WALNUT 4-Pc. Bedroom Suite Incl. Large Chest with Cedar drawer. Styled by „ 24950 B. J. Johns. Was $349.50 Genuine Solid Mahogany Occasional Tables Pie-Crust—End—Lamp Chairside—Pembrook '/2 Price Occasional Chairs - Platform R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, April 24, 1947 Sign Language A junk shop near a railroad crossing in Denver displays this message for motorists: "Go Ahead —Take a Chance, We'll Buy the Car!" BLASINGAME DRUG STORE AND DRUG SUPPLIES Homer Blasingame, Prop. Bellaire Blvd. at Edloe Phone M. 2-2200 RAMBLING.... Welcome to Dr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Ruthven who have purchased the early American two-story brick home at 2331 Glenn Haven. . . . And many congratulations to T. A. Robinson, Jr., of 2419 Shake- speare in Southgate who was re- cently elected president of the POLIO HOSPITAL Health and Accident INSURANCE Fred G. Olson Ins. Agcy. 7515 So. Main M. 2-1681 M. 2-3685 FULLER BRUSHES UNIVERSITY PLACE NORTH OF UNIVERSITY BLVD. W. S. SMITH PHONE F. 0400 DR. J. G. EGANHOUS Practicing OPTOMETRY Texas Mortgage Bankers' Asso- ciation. . . . A speedy recovery to Frank M. Mai nous of 3420 Albans who is re- cuperating from a serious illness at his home after a session in the hos- pital. Mr. Mainous ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Thursday, April 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 County Health Officers Set Dates For Bellaire Immunization Clinic The date for Bellaire's typhoid immunization clinic has been set for May ,2, 9 and 16, county health officials revealed this week. The clinic will be open 8:30 a. m. to 12 noon at the city hall. All residents of the city and surrounding territory may take the shots free of charge. Those persons wishing booster typhoid shots are asked to bring their rec- ords of previous immunizations, the officials said. Parents not accompanying chil- dren have been asked to send a note authorizing shots. Classified ad rates are 50 cents for 21 words; $1 for 45 words. Electrical Appliances REPAIRED EXPERT WIRING We Sell All Types of APPLIANCES GEIST ELECTRIC CO. M. 2-2718 < 115 Sixth St. M. 2-2260 Bellaire KAY'S "Where Friend* Meet" STEAKS — SEAFOODS FRENCH FRIED ONIONS BARBECUE MEXICAN FOOD BEER ON TAP 2324 Bissonnet JANETS JOTTINGS- Cute threesome: Mrs. C. E. Ban- nister and her ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, April 24, 1947 Adolescence Is Theme Of Lecture Series Given At Church In Bellaire The third in a series of lectures on the general theme of "Looking Toward Adolescence" will be held at 10 o'clock this morning for par- ents and educators of the section HUMPTY DUMPTY KINDERGARTEN 4002 Byron M. 2-2811 Children Ag«> 3 to f PICK-UP SERVICE in the activities building of the Bellaire Presbyterian Church, Bel laire Boulevard and Rice Avenue. The talks are given by Miss Marian Dunshee, parent-education director for the Houston public schools. Residents of the section are invited to attend the lectures which are held each Thursday morning. There will be six to eight lectures in the series. No charge is made for attendance. Fourteen million American workers were protected by group life insurance at the end of last year. Average amount owned per worker was $2,000. TticoCetti'& DECORATORS — LAMPS, SHADES WE RE-COVER and RE-DESIGN YOUR OLD LAMP SHADES 3...

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