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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 January 1945

y \ l! January 4, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Pagt West University Police Apprehend Purse Thief Here While speed violations and other routine police matters were not neg- lected last week, the Police Depart- ment of West University Place had a couple of out-of-the-ordinary things to talk about. Chief H. E. Shipp was instru- mental in bringing about the con- viction of Gus Blanton, negro, 44, for the theft of a purse containing $4.75 and a ration book with shoe stamps. Blanton, convicted of breaking into the servant quarters of Joy Stevenson, colored maid who lives in the rear of David May's BLASINGAME DRUG STORE Prescription Druggi.stg Ilomer Blaaingame, Prop. FRESH and COMPLETE STOCK OF DuPONT PAINTS ENAMELS VARNISHES SOUTH MAIN HARDWARE CO. C. C. FLETCHER, Manager 6622 S. Main L. 7909 Just Received LINK CHAINS AXES HARDWARE CLOTH HOG WIRE CHICKEN WIRE DUTCH OVENS CASTERS METAL STONE CONNECTORS GAS HOSE • DUPONT PAINTS GLASS CUT TO MEASUREMENTS WARK HARDWARE & PLUMBING CO. 2706 Bis...

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

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 4, 1945 / "Conic As You Are" Party Big Success A "Come As You Are" party w enjoyed by the younger set at the home of Miss Jacqueline Speece, 1925 Banks, Friday evening. The three young hostesses were Misses Speece, Jo Ann Heaney of 182.1 Banks and Sally Stuebing of 1568 Castle Court. There were 24 girls and boys, all in varied and amusing costumes, as they were asked to come as they were attired when they received their telephone invitations. + Mac: "What did you get on your birthday?" Tavish: "A year older." DAVIDSON'S DRY GOODS & HARDWARE Galvanized Pipe and Fittings Pittsburgh Paints Varieties End of Bus Line Bellaire at Richmond Madison 2-0143 RRfllBLfflG.... Our apologies to C. Grady Smith of 4235 Coleridge. He is in the Shore Patrol of the regular Navy, not in the Coast Guard, as we said in a recent issue. . . . Philip Andrew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Andrew of 3514 Cor- ondo Court, was home from Allen Academy in Bryan for the holidays. H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 January 1945

January 4, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page B When Johnny Comes Marching— (Continued from Pago 1) war our first goal, nevertheless, it needs to be emphasized that the time for postwar planning in con- crete, definite terms is now. For as General Eisenhower has said, "The best and bravest armies can- not win wars alone." They gamble their lives to give us an opportunity to win a victory; and if we don't avail ourselves, as civilians, of that opportunity to make a victory real and enduring, then we must give up our sons and loved ones in a few more years to fight another war. Today, there are more than 200 national agencies working on post- war plans. You are entitled to raise the question, "Why a committee for economic development, how does it work and what does it plan?" Statistics Reviewed In answering we need to review a few salient statistics. When the committee was set up, the first step, of course, was to measure the national problem. In order to do this—in order to find a base on ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 January 1945

Pasre 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 4, 1945 Girl Scout Troop Has Christinas Party Mrs. Lavon Gunter of 3029 Sun- set Blvd. entertained with a Christ- mas party last week for Mrs. E. Ralls' Girl Scout Troop 364. The girls exchanged gifts. The troop was given the money for a flag by their mothers, who also served with Mrs. Gunter as hostesses. Mrs. J. H. Bohmfalk REAL ESTATE Bellaire • Westmoreland Farms 4921 Bellaire Blvd. Phone M. 2-1011 Houston, Texas "Social Notes" Members of the Shuta Study Club and their guests were enter- tained at a holiday tea on December 28 in the home of Mrs. C. F. Kinz- bach, 2505 Dry den. In the receiv- ing line were Mrs. J. N. Stone, president; Mrs. Kinzbach, Mrs. J. J. Carter and Mrs. Charles C. Harpan. Dick Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Thomas, was host to a number of his young friends at a party on Thursday evening at his home, 3901 Byron. Holiday decora- tions were used and the young cou- ples enjoyed dancing and games. About GO friends of Mr. and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 January 1945

January 4, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 >1, Southgate Soldier Killed In Action When grown indoors in window I floor and pass your dust mop back box or in flowerpots, herbs do best an(j forth before the opening to in a south window where they get dean th(, m0 plenty of sunlight. Notification that Pvt. George T. Smalley was killed in action in Germany October 14 has been re- ceived from the War Department by his widow, Mrs. Martha Smal- ley. Private Smalley, who was 29, had been in the army a year at the time of his death. He had served overseas with the infantry three and a half months. Mrs. Smalley, the former Miss Martha E. White, and her year- old son, George Russell Smalley, live with Mrs. Smalley's mother. Mrs. R. C. White, at 2001 South- gate. * HOLIDAY VISITORS Mrs. Dora Lee of El Segundo, California, and Mrs. Carr.'j Welty of Monmouth, Illinois, were holiday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. Clarke of 3805 Swarthmore and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Clarke of 423G Oberlin. Mrs. Lee and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 January 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 4, 1945 , 1945 CARLETON BRAIN D Tomatoes 3 25c at the BEST PRI SAVE HERE. SPECIALS THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY MAXWELL HOUSE Coffee " 31c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FIRM TEXAS PINK TOMATOES 2 Lbs 39c FANCY RUTABAGAS WHITE HOUSE Apple Juice 12c BAMA PURE Plum Jam £0z- 19c fj J1 £V) Fiesh Poultry & Fish Daily CHOICE VEAL Oven Roast ^ 26c TEX SUN GRAPEFRUIT Juice 2 -• 25c TURNIPS 2 Lbs. ...... 9c EXTRA FANCY JONATHAN APPLES Dozen 25c U. S. No. 1 Calif. Burbank POTATOES 10 Lbs 49c TEXAS SWEET JUICY ORANGES 2 Doz .49c TRI-V ALLEY—WHOLE PEELED Apricots 25c BLUE RIBBON—ITALIAN STYLE Spaghetti15c LARGE 30/40 Prunes i;- 15c MICKIE'S BAKERY SPECIALS PARKERHOUSE ROLLS Dozen . . . . 12c CAMPBELL BEAN WITH BACON OR BLACK BEAN SOUP 2 25c FRESH Giound Veal u> 25c MISSION MEDIUM SIZE SUGAR PEAS 2 &.1 25c APPLE STRUSSEL COFFEE CAKE Each 24c PURE PORK Pan Sausage " 29c ICE CREA1V [—PINT 15c .. . QUART 30c 1 SUPER SUDS Large Box Llr DUFF'S GINGER BREAD MIX - ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 January 1945

est&w< /unes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number 16 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 11, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription 51.00 a Year Robinson Heads List Of Local Men To Be Installed As Jaycee Officials Tuesday King H. Robinson, popular West University Place resident and studio operations director of radio station KTRII, will be formally inaugurated as president of the Houston Junior Chamber of Commerce at the annual banquet at the Texas State Hotel next Tuesday evening. With a slate of 13 officers and directors to be chosen at the elections held on January 2, the membership of the Jaycees voted into office seven other residents of Southwestern Houston in addition to Mr. Robinson. For the past year Mr. Robinson has served as vice president of the group and has been active in many of the organization's civic activi- ties, including War Chest and War Bond drives and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 January 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 11,1945 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 Purge 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 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 11, 1945 'Men At Work7 If you want to see a worthwhile sight—a sight that exem- plifies a high type of devotion to one's church—just drive out Old Richmond Road a few blocks past Post Oak Road any Tuesday or Thursday night. There you will see "men at work"—not for money, not for honor and not for glory—but just simply because they are devoted to their ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 January 1945

January 11,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Ja From TIME Magazine Made Possible By The Loyalty Of Our Friends In Southwestern Houston TIME xocKir"-'-" NEW YORK 20 ADVERT"5 y DEPARTMENT November 1. 19/14 Dear Mr. PeterSOn: +Q ^ *hat happened ^ > "°4 ~" . •__* +>ifire &r< ,U„1W ™. or «, SSSSTiS^ acies i** « uuo .omer® trade' ffiore.than-a-®Wlon • al8° -erican TIME are America _ earn group, they&nd they spend mor T^ers in Vour average) T1VB subscri tbere. i. o questionnaire x pharmacies So *e "Sing tbem to name the town - «^ing the most was* nt the pharmacies they ^d one of tne v Peterson's Drug eviaence «y^- D"!I" ..owrn « ' on' "1 be able to m&i1 Our Answer To Time Nov. 7, 1944. Dear Mr. Wallace: I certainly appreciate your letter of Nov. I st, informing me of the results of the questionnaire sent to Time subscribers in which they said that they like Peterson Pharmacy as one of the out- standing in Houston. We are proud of our location and we definitely know our st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 January 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 11,1945 Son In Jap Prison Camp Broadcasts Message Last week Mrs. William M. Hill of 2114 Sunset Blvd. had word from her son, Darwin F. Kidd, yeoman, 2/c, United States Navy, who is in the Osaki Jap prison camp. The message was received in the form GUS BARKOW REAL ESTATE 6512 Mercer Si. Phones: M. 2-4220; M. 2-2171 New YOU— New Hair-do jCI UNIVERSITY BEAUTY SHOP 2511 University Hadley 1338 of a letter from Ens. G. G. Leather- wood of Victoria, who wrote that he had heard Yeoman Kidd speak in a radio broadcast December 19. Ensign Leatherwood heard the mes- sage while on his ship in the Pacific. Mrs. Hill received a half-page letter, dated September 22, from her son just three days before Christmas. He said that he was well and had received two packages from home. Yeoman Kidd is a grad- uate of Lamar High School and joined the navy five and a half years ago. Did you hear the one about the bow-legged cowgirl who had an awful time keeping her calves to- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 January 1945

January 11,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 1 Red Cross Workers Have High 1945 Quota "The 1945 quota for sewing to be done by the local Red Cross Chap- ter is even larger than in the past," said Mrs. Tom Sneed, chair- man of West University branch, as she issued a plea for additional workers this week. Still needed to meet the quota are 80 "Housewives," which are sewing kits for men in service, and 183 complete kit bags. Mrs. Sneed pointed out that this branch is the second largest in Har- ris County and must assume its proportionate share of the 1945 quota for the county, which in- cludes: 1000 infants' slips, 750 boys' wool shirts, 75U boys' wool coats, 1500 boys' wool pants, 1500 girls' wool capes, 750 men's wool shirts, 480 women's cotton dresses. Anyone who has spare time to devote to this worthwhile home front activity is urged to call Madi- son 2-4441 or Hadley 4167. THREE LITTLE bond dollars went off to war. Ten years passed —and then there were four. Decorate Your Home NOW! E...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 January 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 11, 1945 Return To Essential Jobs, Eric Johnston Advises Workers Eric Johnston, president of the United States Chamber of Com- merce and popular with both man- agement and labor for his widely publicized efforts toward bringing about mutual understanding be- tween the two groups, adds his voice to the plea that workers transfer back to war plants from less essential jobs. "Our complacency of last sum- mer and early fall now makes us look a little silly," he said. "Let'i get back on the single track that will lead to victory in Europe and in the Pacific. And let's quit kid- ding ourselves that the end will be quick or easy." BLANKETS, NOTIONS, DRY GOODS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES TOYS, PAINTS If It's Available, We Have It KELLY'S Variety and Hardware Store Across from Post Officc in Bellaire Madison 2-0191 There Is No Better Florist in Houston Over 23 Years Serving Houston Patrons Telephone K. 3-2564 We Specialize in Floral — ■ - ■ i'"-1 tions The Barbara Jean...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 January 1945

January 11,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 'I HOPE THE GIRLS AT THE FACTORY WON'T CALL ME AN ABSENTEE.' ★ ★★★★★★★★★ New Ballroom DANCING CLASSES Now Forming For Children and Adults Guide: "Wc are now passing the Lieutenant Baldwin largest brewery in the world. Welder: "I'm not." Dies In California Lt. E. G. "Doc" Baldwin of the navy, former resident of 3012 Rice Blvd. and member of John R. Bur- kett Post 77 of the American gion, died January 1 of a heart attack at Pasadena, California. He was a patient at the naval hospital in Long Beach, but was visiting ir Pasadena at the time of his death A veteran of World War I, Lieu- tenant Baldwin re-entered the navy in the summer of 1942 and was command of a landing craft flotilla in the D-Day invasion of Nor- mandy. The local Legion post passed a resolution expressing sor- row for Lieutenant Baldwin's death, and sent a copy, together wit letter, to his widow, who is now making her home in El Paso. It Allied Army 'Borrows' Nazi Electrical Pow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 January 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 11,1945 NOT RATIONED RANCH STYLE BCclltS 3 15-Oz. Cans 23c VAN CAMP'S—NOT RATIONED TENDER0NI 6-Oz. Pkg. 6c NOT RATIONED "non PARD 3 For 29c TEX SUN—NOT RATIONED Grapefruit Juice 46-Oz. Can 26c WAX PAPER—NOT RATIONED CUTRITE 125-Foot Size 15c DENTLER MAID—NOT RATIONED Salad Dressing Pint Jar 23c DUTCH GARDEN—NOT RATIONED Mushroom Sauce 9-Oz. Jar 15c WELCH'S—NOT RATIONED GRAPELADE £ 23c NOT RATIONED FOLGER'S MOUNTAIN GROWN COFFEE Vacuum NOT RATIONED PIUSBURY'S ENRICHED FLOUR 5 Lb. Sack 25c 10 Sa'ck 49c Pillsbury's Pancake FLOUR 10c m OT RAT Giound Veal i[- 25c NOT RATIONED—FRESH NOT RATIONED—VEAL D ■ 1 - KMC If At Lb- 18c NOT RATIONED—ASSORTED SLICED Cold Cuts 29c NOT RATIONED—FULLY DRESSED HENS 49c NOT RATIONED—PURE PORK Pan Sausage u 29c MICKIE'S BAKERY SPECIALS WHOLE WHEAT BREAD 8c LEMON CREAM CAKE 25c NOT RATIONED CREAMERY SHORTENING Crustene Ctn. 18c NOT RATIONED MONARCH VEGETABLE SOUP hT 13c NOT RATIONED CALIFORNIA 30/40 SIZE Prunes Pkg. 15c NOT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 January 1945

Volume 1—Number 17 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 18, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year State Guard Holds Demonstration In 'Village' Interest Of Community Aroused By Maneuvers Using Armored Scout Car Realizing that gasoline and tire rationing prohibited the participa- tion of many qualified and inter- ested men in Texas State Guard activities, Lt. Col. James M. Del- mar, commanding officer of the 22nd Battalion, helped organize the 2nd Platoon of Company A for the convenience of men in Southwest- ern Houston. Although only six months since its inception, this group has taken its place as one of the most active and enthusiastic platoons in the city. A current enlistment drive, ballyhooed with nightly street dem- onstrations on University Boule- vard in the "Village," has stimu- lated interest and helped make the residents of the community aware of the presence and activities of the unit. Included in the exhibit were demonstrations of an armored scout car assigned to the battalion, ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 January 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 18, 1945 (\yAJ W** Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood. Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area by the Sentinel Publishing Company IRVIN H. BRACKMAN ETTA MARTIN Burt Rule A. Leo Burge Chas. G. Crocker Editor and Publisher Associate Editor Sports Editor Staff Artist 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 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 18, 1945 Home Front War On Polio One of the most worthy drives for funds to which the pub- lic is asked to contribute each year is now being conducted, the drive to raise money to combat poliomyelitis, familiarly known as polio Sr infantile paralysis. Because it is usually children who are the victims of this dreaded disease, so often resulting...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 January 1945

January 18,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 WUP Council Approves Special, Auxiliary Police At last week's regular session of the City Council of West Univer- sity Place, the names of 15 mem ers of the Auxiliary Police Depart- ment and 15 Special Police Officers were approved. The list was rec- ommended by Mayor A. L. Kerbow and approved by Chief of Police H. E. Shipp. Those who are members of the Auxiliary Police and also hold a special police commission are: . Marvin E. Cole, chief. 3930 Cole- ridge; G. L. Jackson, Jr., assistant chief, 6316 Westchester; M. G. Sen- gel, 3774 Sunset; J. M. Cram, 4027 Amherst; S. E. Rogers, 3927 Case; Billy Behm, 2520 Shakespare; L. A. Schomer. 3901 Arnold; Allen D. Slater, 2631 Carolina Way; E. E. Dalton, 3821 University; W. J. Willke. 3802 Marlowe; S. D. Jack- man, 4021 Amherst; Morris D. Pat- terson, 3706 Nottingham; Donald Harding, 3821 Northwestern; J. O. Werlla, 2704 Tangley, and J. H. Woodard, Jr., 6524 Wakeforest. Special Police Oficers are: R....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 January 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 18, 1945 State Guard— (Continued from Pago 1) with its strategic locality and many vital war industries. While the Texas State Guard has no connection with the Army and is not subject to its call, the Army heartily endorses the Guard and allots equipment, arms and uni- forms to the State, which makes WAGNER'S BARBER SHOP NEW, CLEAN and SANITARY Expert Service That Will Please You Nexl to Village Theatre 2414 University Blvd. K. 3-3390 distribution to the various bat- talions through the Adjutant Gen- eral's Department. In addition to complete summer and winter uniforms the Houston battalions are equipped with gas masks, tents and other camping equipment, Enfield rifles, bayonets, grenades, sub-machine guns, heavy machine guns with carrying carts, motorcycles, ambulances, heavy army trucks and armored scout cars with machine gun mounts. Ad- ditional motorized and other equip- ment is expected soon. While all battalions work closely together, each is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 January 1945

January 18,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Jleii Qet AcfftiuUritecIl Southside Lieutenant Weds Girl From North Carolina In Ceremony Here Deep in surveys, statistics and stabilization studies is James A. "Jack" Mabry of 4908 Laurel in Bellaire. Jack is manager of the research and statistics department of the Houston Chamber of Com- merce and is in the midst of a com- plete survey on agriculture and in- dustry of the Houston area. This project is expected to keep him in a whirl throughout the rest of 1945. Jack joined the staff of the Chamber of Commerce as director of publicity and later was elevated to his present position. Prior to that time he was a news reporter for the Chronicle for approximate- ly four years. With his wife, the former Miss Beverly Jean Butler, Jack has lived in Bellaire for nearly four years. There are two children, Nancy Jean, 4, and James Ralph, 4 months. Born 28 years ago in Hackett, Arkansas, Jack is a graduate of Drake University, where he was initiated int...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 January 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 18, 1945 It happened at the PX lunch counter. A GI called over the wait- ress and complained: "I think there's a fly in my soup." "Well, make sure," she replied, "I can't be bothered with rumors." GEIST REPAIR SHOP Expert Repairing on Autos. Water Pumps, Appliances, Etc. 615 Sixth Street—Bcllaire Madison 2-2718 West University Fire Department I Re-Elects Top Men I Members of the Volunteer Fire Department of West University Place in a special meeting, called after their regular meeting Janu- ary 8, nominated and elected offi- cers for 1945. James A. Metcalf of 6320 Buf- falo Speedway was re-elected chief Estate Analysis and Planning Business Insurance—Pension Trusts Group Life—Salary Savings Individual Cases Consultation without obligation. E. A. WITTER Representing Great Southern Life Ins. Co. HOUSTON, TEXAS l>. 3271 Phone M. 2-5837 by acclamation; C. C. Emmons, 421G Case, assistant chief; A. L. Sweitzer, 4144 Coleridge, battalion chief; W. E. Fi...

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