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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

Thursday, May 15, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 • 3 • I s * • • } Y « I • West University Lions Club Donates $100 Toward Purchase Of City's Two-Way Radios The purchase of two-way radio equipment and speaker system for the West University Volunteer Fire Department and Police De- partment was $100 closer to reality this week following the donation of that sum by the West University Air-Conditioned Store Makes It Possible For Us to Bring You A Large Variety of Wines, Champagnes and Whiskies at Delightfully Cool Temperatures. Shopping is a Pleasure at... VILLAGE Package Store 2437 University L. 7100 VILLAGE THEATRE Box Office Open. 12:45 Daily Phone K. 3-6371 TODAY ONLY—MAY 15 "RHAPSODY IN BLUE" Rob't. Alda Joan Leslie FRI. - SAT, MAY 16 -17 mm International Pictures Present* mm Olivia de Havilland LewAyres >.it< NUNNALLY JOHNSON p-.Ju.ti.,. gaam L,„ THOMAS MITCHELL I RICHARD LONG CHARLES EVAN! GAR* OWEN AN INTERNATIONAL PICTURE 10 SUN. - MON„ MAY 18 -19 ThefflJt TUE. - WED., MAY...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 15, 1947 Not So Fast The freshman was getting back his first theme, and as he reached for it the professor stayed his hand. "This," he announced, 'is the best paper in the class." The freshman's face beamed. explained, | like Let's Get Acquainted^ I spor like to hunt and fish. But he to thinking one day that these sports were destructive. So he took up the hobby of photography to preserve, rather than destroy, animals. He is a real camera "bug" on both color and black and white reproduction. When he starts talking about pictures, there's no stopping him. We know, he kept our photographer tied up in a bull session long after said photographer was due at another assignment. He owns four cameras ; and has his own dark room. That twinkle in Dick's eye could mean only one thing—that he is in- terested in people and has a fine sense of humor. He is a good con- versationalist and gets a great kick out of exchanging opinions ! with his friends and bus...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

Thursday, May 15, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 •I • # I •I • •I t a1' To remove starch from iron, or to lire and return to pan OFF the cup of water, to be added slowly, make smoother, rub iron while hot stove. Add as much fat as flour, blending as you would cream sauce, in salt spread upon newspaper. allowing one tablespoon flour to Return to stove. Cook thick. If your aluminum pans arc dis- colored, try this easy method to bring the luster back to them. Boil a cream of tartar solution in the discolored pan. Use one teaspoon of cream of tartar to each quart of water for best results. This simple method keeps your pans gleaming. * * * Plastic covered coat hooks in color fixed on that empty wall space make a fine support for showing off your pretty trays. You know what a soiled clothes- line will do to hours of careful laundry work. The best way to prevent this is to sec the line is strictly clean. Before hanging up the wash to dry, take the line down, wrap it firmly around the wash...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 15,1947 Statistics Seventy-five per cent of the peo- ple in the world are right-handed; fifteen per cent are left-handed; ten per cent are ambidextrous, that is, can use both hands equally well. A tendency to right or left- handedness is inherited. Some Odds! Know the odds against getting a perfect hand in cribbage (29 count)? They're 216,571 to 1! Nintey per cent of the people of the United States die without mak- ing a will. Featuring DERMETICS For ageless beauty! Why not come in and let us give you a complete facial and make-up ? Bertha Blue Aline James • Lynn Evans RICE BOULEVARD BEAUTY SHOP SUE FLEMING DELCADO, Owner 2503 Rice Blvd. H.0088 RAMBLING.... New home-owners in Southgate are Mr. and Mrs. William H. Becker, Jr., who have purchased the residence at 2415 Dryden. Mr. Becker is with the Syd E. Culbert- son Company. . . 4 Recuperating from a recent ton- sillectomy is Michael Stevens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stevens of 4212 Riley. ....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

ar\TTT UTirTi*c«a!T^T>i Good Suggestio Customer: "My hair falling out. Can you give me something to keep it in?" Barber: "How about a locket?" JAMEY'S JOTTINGS- BATH TUBS IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY E.BETTENCOURT 2522 Bissannet K. 3-3993 Flowers may come and flowers may go, but the plain old honey- i suckle vine at our kitchen door just stays and blooms and blooms. | Nothing sweeter in a spring twi- light than the fragrance of old- fashioned honeysuckle. Another well-loved flower from Visit DAVIDSON'S for DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, PITTSBURGH PAINTS and GARDEN SUPPLIES. BELLAIRE at ■ ■ n n 1 4 O RICHMOND M. Z-U14J End of Bus Line &ieative 'Seauti^ccaU^tt — The Evergreen Co. • CREATIVE LANDSCAPE PLANS • NEW LAWN CONSTRUCTION • INSTALL NEW—REPAIR SPRINKLER SYSTEMS PHONE MADISON 2-1053 "Call Us About Lawn Maintenance and Fertilizer Service" MAKE YOUR CAR LOOK NEW AGAIN! LET US WAX and POLISH YOUR CAR BATTERY RECHARGING New Power Driven Polisher for Finer Gloss • ROAD SERVICE • LEW...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

eniTTUWWfiTlfRM TTMRfl Some people'U do anything for money—exceptin' work. The man who hits the ball over the fence can take it easy goin' around the bases. He profits most who serves best.—Arthur F. Sheldon. Art is limitation; the essence of every picture is the frame.—Gil- bert K. Chesterton. FOR DELIVERY NOW Whirlwind Junior POWER MOWER SERVICE PROVED FOR OVER 15 YEARS Rotary — Scythe Suction Lift ^ HOSI RS — E TRIMMERS All Models of Briggs & Stratton Motors Serviced Complete Sales-Service on Lawn Equipment Allen-Cox Lawnmower Co. 1603 RICHMOND H. 8191 LET US SHARPEN and REPAIR YOUR POWER OR HAND MOWER WATCH THIS PAPER NEXT WEEK FOR THE OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT of SITTON'S CAFETERIA (Formerly Located at 905 Waugh Drive) 2528 Rice Blvd. IN THE RICE BOULEVARD SHOPPING CENTER For Radish Quality Sow Every Week Radishes Provide a Welcome First Harvest in the Garden. Radishes share with green onions from sets the welcome which is always given the first harvest from the vegetable garden...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

Thursday, May 15, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Visiting his parents, Judge and Mrs. E. V. Swift of Palestine, last week-end were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Swift of 537 S. Rice in Bellaire. Mrs. S. L. Coker of 2509 Dry- den yesterday entertained mem- bers of the 26 Literary Club with a luncheon in the Varsity Room of Ye Old College Inn. A musical program was followed by installa- tion of officers. EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING ALL WORK GUARANTEED 7 to 10 DAY SERVICE A. P. STEFFEK 4551 ELM M. 2-Z178 (BELLAIRE) For Windows, Doors, Porches Sunray Awning Shutters repr the rain, deflect the iun' ho rays, discourage burglars am Peeping Toms. Built of 20- gauge steel, the] will ke« the ONLY awning shutter that can bo both raised as an awning and brought down as a weather- proof shuttei AWNING SHUTTER CO. 5727 Klrby Drive, Houston S Phone M. 2-7559 Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Worthington of 5224 Pine in Bellaire are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Boyd, and sister, Priscilla, of Olean,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 15, 1947 Taking No Chance Mabel—So he says to me, "You are very laconic." Mabelle — Gee, what does that mean? Mabel—I dunno. But I slapped him hard to be on the safe side! EVER WANT TO LEARN HOW TO TAKE PICTURES LIKE A PROFESSIONAL? IT'S THE MOST VALUABLE HOBBY YOU COULD HAVE! Learn now in LIFE'S free INSTRUCTION COURSE • ENROLL TODAY 'Koto company Southside Plans Western Theme For Park Opening May 31, June 1 A western theme, featuring square dances and frontier cos- tumes has been adopted by the Southside Place Park Association for the opening of the Southside Park and swimming pool on May 31 and June 1. The announcement was made by chairman Preston R. Plumb, Jr., following a special meeting of the Association last week. In announcing the program, Mr. Plumb said that professional LOGW'S JOEL McCREA VERONICA LAKE in "RAMROD" LAWNMOWERS $26.75 to $34.95 GRASS CATCHERS $1.95 R.P.M. Power Mower $198.50 DOO-KLIP GRASS SHEARS BURKHART'S In The Vil...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

Thursday, May 15, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 % • • • • : • • I • Bus Problem Again Confronts Members Of W. University Council Disgruntled bus riders made members of the West University city council reach for the headache tablets again Monday night at the FULLER BRISTLE COMBS NOW AVAILABLE Call And Place Your Order For MOTHER'S DAY and GRADUATION G. T.BLAIR F. 0400 (Home) H. 3531 Radio Repairs You Can Have Con- fidence in Our Work Fast Service to • SOUTHAMPTON • SOUTH SIDE • BELLAIRE • W.UNIVERSITY PLACE and Surrounding Territory OUR PLEDGE To use only quality parti and charge fair prices JACKSON 2-7449 KRENZLER RADIO SERVICE 2607 Bissonnet We handle a complete line of these famous NAMES in COSMETICS YARDLEY REVLON FRIENDSHIP GARDEN OLD SPICE Swift's Ice Cream NEW STORE HOURS Week Days 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. SUNDAY 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. BELLAIRE PHARMACY 5101 Cedar M. 2-2711 regular meeting of the city com- mission ub an estimated 100 per- sons jammed the city hall to pro- test recen...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 15,1947 "There are no ugly women; there are women who do not know how to look pretty." The most completely lost of all days is that on which one has not laughed. ONE DAY SERVICE Village Picture Framing Shoppe ONE DAY SERVICE frames repaired - glass replaced EXPERT WORKMANSHIP ON ALL FRAMES Over 165 Designs of Picture Moulding 5416 MORNINGSIDE H. 4200 DINE with us MEALS Home Cooked Flavor ^ Open Daily 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.-Sunday 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. ^ — SERVING BOTH — CAFETERIA and SHORT ORDER MEALS Cafeteria Meals Served 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.—S to 8 p. m. Our Evening Special ★STEAKS Filet Mignon — T-Bone — Sirloin DENSON'S CAFETERIA 2438 BISSONNET K. 3-4082 Burkett Post Plans "Good Time Dance" For Next Wednesday A "good time dance," sponsored by John R. Burkett Post 77 of the American Legion, will be given next Wednesday beginning at 8 p.m. in the Club New Yorker, it was stated this week by Grady Smith, post commander. Final plans for the dance, pro- c...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

TVu.farla 1Q/17 SnTTTTTW^STTTPW TTMFQ By Any Other Name Potatoes, like roses, came in many varieties, with names that could apply to flowers equally well —names like Red Bliss, Perfect Peachblow, Green Mountain, Gar- net Chili, British Queen, Russet Burbank, Spaulding Rose, Katah- din, and Pride of the West. Doctors Recommend 1 Fresh Drugs Compounded Accurately For Your BEN LAWS PHARMACY 3644 University M. 2-2336 West University Girl To Wed J. L. Gilbert, recording secretary; Mrs. David Hannah, treasurer; Mrs. J. D. Moffit, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. E. Bailey, mem- ber at large; Mrs. A. J. Brand- meyer, historian, and Mrs. H. A. Kaspar, parliamentarian. In a brief address, Rev. J. D. Connolly, pastor of St. Vincent Church, thanked the members for their accomplishments and work during the past year. Do/*« IK Feminine compliment: "My dear, what a perfectly stunning dress— didn't they have it in your size?" Fuller Brushes University, Southside, Braeswood and Braes Heights J. ART...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

SnilTHWf.aTUBM t1mp8 Tliimn^nir AT.,.. IK 1Q^ JITTER By Arthur Pointer By Gene Byrnes REG'LAR FELLERS MY UNCLE DINMY HAiS INVITED US TO see T'oAvrr <same on his TELEVISION SJLT! ^ HOORAY ' ' SWELL WON'T HAFT A KNOTHOLE/ Bv Bud Fisher MUTT AND JEFF -*«VP AIN'T CANT THE OLD OWN SONGS? JEFF, LISTEN TO MY SINGING PARROT I OUST BOUGHT.1 TriWT Vol) BooB, BIRD MAKE UP GREAT, DID YOU EVER HIS oWN JEFF? S0N6S0R HEAR A PARROT THAT somethin; ?tnk & MUTT? COULD SING jn |T'S/TULIP^ TIME IN - HOLLAND- Si/% | say): Mr. Murphey, butcher with i Henke & Pillot and Bob Burns! ★ I believe that truth and justice | are fundamental to an enduring social order.—Edwin Markham. Electrical Appliances REPAIRED EXPERT WIRING We Sell All Types of APPLIANCES GEIST ELECTRIC CO. M. 2-2718 115 Sixth St. M. 2-2260 Bellaire BELLAIRE CAFE For Good Food Read and use Times Classified Ads for quick results. BOOKKEEPING — TAX SERVICE Daily — Weekly — Monthly Harry Yonkers Company PETERSON PHARMACY BLDG. 2437V2 U...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

Thursday, May 15, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 St. Mark's Young People Crown May Queen Mrs. Estess Elected To Head Southside Women's Civic Club Mrs. B. H. Estess of 374G Dar- cus last week was elected president of the Southside Women's Civic Club at the group's final meet- ing of the season. Mrs. Estess will take office when the club re- convenes in September. The new president succeeds Mrs. Jack Cul- bertson. Other officers selected were Mrs. P. R. Plumb, Jr. of 3745 Farbar, vice president, and Mrs. C. T. James of 3734 Elmora, sec- retary-t Measurer. Club officials announced that in an effort to increase membership, a baby sitter would be provided for each meeting beginning next fall, so that more mothers with small children might attend. ALL SIZES OF ROLL FILM ONE DAY SERVICE PHOTO FINISHING CAPITOL PHOTO SUPPLIES 4414 S. Main J. 2-4711 Next to Delman Theatra Open 'till 8 P.M. Daily— 10 P.M. Thursday & Saturday Royalty for a day were these young people of St. Mark's Episcop...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 15, 1947 • I# * I# St. Mark's Scouts Receive High Awards At Court Of Honor The conferring of the Eagle Scout, highest Boy Scout honor, on Marvin Durrenburger and Charles GILLESPIE RADIO SERVICE PICK-UP and DELIVERY • WORK GUARANTEED • SENTINEL RADIO - PHONOGRAPH COMBINATIONS Mattock featured a court of honor held last week by Boy Scout Troop 211 and Explorer Post 211 at St Mark's Episcopal Church. Every rank in Scouting; was rec- ognized with the following awards being made: Johnnie Teas, J Williams and Richard Perry, sec- ond class; Bob Renouf and Wayne Lott, first class; Noel Shannon star; William Van Wart, life, and Wayne Lott, Mack Richardson, L. Williams and Allen Weymouth, den chief award. Merit badges went to various scouts with Howard Ferrell being presented a silver palm award. Scoutmasters of Troop 211 are William Minto and R. Adams. Walter Shannon is scoutmaster of the Explorer Post. The scouts were assisted in their program by Rev...

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

Thursday, May 15, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 Renovate Your Old Accessories If You Can't Purchase New Ones By Ertta Haley A friend of mine who operates on a very limited clothes bud- get tells me that she spends very little on things such as gloves, purses and belts. Looking at her, however, one finds it hard to be- lieve. What, then, is the secret? "There's no secret to it at all," she goes on to explain. "I simply make my own or renovate the things I have, copying the new fashions faithfully. You see I like to buy good basic clothes and add new, fashionable touches to them." Actually it's a very simple mat- WOTOCOHPkMl AS YOUR NEIGHBOR WE NATURALLY TAKE AN INTEREST IN YOUR WELL BEING • WE DELIVER • rpsi -■ MM . - MNN a MM* PHONE K.3-3646 M T PETERSON'S PHARMACY IN THE VILLAGE ter to do this, particularly if you are a bit thrifty and fashionwise. And, what's more, it takes less time to whip up a belt out of an old piece of felt or grosgrain or a bag, than it does to make a dres...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

Puge 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 15, 1947 It may be true that worry kills lore people than work, but that because more people worry. West University Paving Contractor Plans Series Of Meetings With Property Owners CHRIST THE KING Lutheran Church ROBERTS SCHOOL Greenbriar and Addison Rev. Kenneth C. Larson, Pastor Sunday School 10 A.M. Divine Worship .... 11 A.M. Property owners in West Uni- versity who will be affected by assessments in the city's paving program this week were receiving questionnaires from Holland Page Construction Company, paving con- tractors, as work was launched on the signing up of owners for the paving. The questionnaires, intended as BLASINGAME DRUG STORE AND DRUG SUPPLIES Homer Blasingame, Prop. Bellaire Blvd. at Edloe Phone M. 2-2200 Lovely PERMANENTS Are Our Specialty In Order to Serve You Better Miss Darlene Johnson HAS BEEN ADDED TO OUR STAFF THELMA'S BEAUTY SHOP THELMA CREEL, Owner 2617 Bissonnet J. 2-9072 NOW see this great new automatio home la...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

Thursday, May 15, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 Southside Men's Club Launches Drive For Larger Membership Jack Culbertson of 3732 Darcus last week was elected president of the SouthsiA Place Men's Club succeeding E% F. Bell, recently elected city councilman.R. E. Elam, Jr., of 6322 Auden was elected vice-president. The new officers will serve two-year terms. The term of Homer James, secre- tary-treasurer, does not expire for another year, it was pointed out. Membership in the Men's Club is Dpen to any male property owner of Southside Place, it was announced, as a membership drive Was sched- uled during the election meeting. A resolution urging immediate action on t{ie city's $225,000 im- provement project to include streets, drainage and water works was passed by the club and refer- red to the Southside city council. Tftn TALK By GAY SANDERS . . . Last Friday night as usual many things were happen- ing. Probably the most important in teen circles was the Lamar High School May Fete...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 May 1947

I'.".ye 20 southwestern times Thursday, May 15, 1947 tie BEST PRM®^ specials Thurs(iay—Friday—Saturday day! PICTSWEET S. PEAS 2 K 35c "Bet&eny SfeeciaU Chocolate Fudge Icing (8lS) CAKE V^jK/ vswyy/j two "TQC "^£7 layer i WELCH'S GRAPE JELLY £;25c blue plate jm — JUMBO SHRIMP a 49,: delicious crisp (% ap Pecan Brittle b fob 25 LIGHT CRUST FLOUR 5 £ 39c melt in your mouth |p FUDGE SQUARES-45° kraft ^ DINNER PKaJO c H333 pure sun marachino ^ _ CHERRIES 23 d eck1 er-iow^ na A SLICED BACON ^58' honor brand french cut BEANS-25° HM home made style ja PICKLES -19c honor brand syrup pack Apricots B°* 29 I honor brand golden bantam :| Cut Corn 1!b,°' 23c bet-r ^ DOG noihc FOOD Can " m gaines pi fa &S ?l 5 - 59' baby beef—square cut or crown J SHOULDER ROAST - M texas juicy Oranges 2 oo, 47c for finer things ma. Dreft s:29 rath—black hawk—tenderized t%t%m PICNIC HAMS 39c PUREX ~."23c home grown BEETS O^IQc ^Bnch, |j rivlvlVlLL j ALL MLA 1 WEINERS 37c fresh blackeye PEAS small white 2bs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 May 1947

50UTHWE5TER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE. BELLAIRE. SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD. SOUTHAMPTON. SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA (§ (t m Volume 3—Number 35 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 22, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Attorney General Rules Bellaire Bonds Invalid Action 0( Previous Three-Man City Council Declared Illegal By Attorney For State Bond Election Set For Property Owners Of Water District 12 A $925,000 bond issue will be submitted to the voters of Water Control and Improvement District No. 12 on June 21, it was an- nounced this week by J. L. Bry son, director. The district borders Bellaire on the south, west and northwest. Purpose of the bond election, Mr. Bryson said, will be to obtain funds for the construction of water and sewer facilities in the district. Engineers' plans call for the erec- tion of one 1,000 gallon-per-minute well to cost $30,000; one 100,000 gallon reservoir with pump and chlorinator at $15,000; one 100,- 000 gallon el...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 May 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 22, 1947 5DUTHWE5TER 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 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 RAMBLING... Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-5566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 22, 1947 P-Day Is Here Yes, P-Day has at last arrived. Paving Day. We don't mean this very moment, perhaps, but the time to act for many and the day for launching the actual work on paving West University's streets is at hand. Last year a bond issue was voted by an' overwhelming majority approving the city's portion of the expense. The residents and taxpayers of th...

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