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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Thursday, May 29, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 23 RAMBLING.... Home last week after a trip to France was Captain A. B. Owen of 2740 Carolina Way. Captain Vacuum Oeaners, Mix-Masters, Fans, Lamps and other elec- trical appliances repaired. HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP 6111 KIRBY NEAR RICE BLVD. Owen left again this week for*New Orleans where he will assume com- mand of another ship scheduled to sail for France and Mediterranean ports. . . . We extend our deepest sympathy to Mrs. A. Karl Smith, music in- structor at Pershing Junior High School, upon the recent death of her husband. . . . Happy over the arrival of EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING ALL WORK GUARANTEED 7 to 10 DAY SERVICE A. P. STEFFEK 4551 ELM M. 2-2178 (BELLAIRE) FOR YOUR EVERY HOUSEHOLD NEED BURK HART'S Open 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Every Week Day Toys — Sporting Goods — Lumber — Gifts — Hardware — Paints — Auto Tires — Pressure Cookers — Screen Wire — Electrical Fixtures & Appliances Lamp Shades — Attic Fans — Radio Repairs. 2415 TIMES BL...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Page 24 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 29, 1947 S^e Our Every Day Low Prices! ,*\\\TTYT nd of Month MAY 29-30-31 Super Specials Thursday - Friday - Saturday PETER PAN DERBY PEANUT BUTTER 12 Oz. JAR 27 GRAND TASTE BRAND—HEAT READY TO SERVI CURNED BEEF HASH 5 No. 1 1 QC CAN W MOUNTAIN GROWN J ^ f Folger's Coffee^ 41 QUALITY MEATS DECKER'S IOWANA Sliced Bacon Lb. Cello 61' ARMOUR'S STAR Lamb Legs Lb. 59* GENUINE CALF LIVER Lb. 55' FRESH HEARTSor TONGUES Lb. 21' BABY BEEF Porterhouse STEAK Lb. 59; VEAL SHOULDER—Square Cul CROWN „ ROAST t or 43° WE DRESS FRESH DAILY Quality Poultry HOME MADE STYLE KOSHER PICKLES 19C 16 Oz. Jar REL ASST. FLAVOR Pure Jelly 29c Strawberry Lb. Raspberry Jar Cherry mfiderySp&'akm DELICIOUS GOLDEN SNOW fmCAKE 79 TWO "T QC LAYER CLOVERLEAF ROLLS Doz. QC Hot Roili Twice Daily Home Made Style APPLE SAUCE CUP CAKtS Doz. 29C RICH CREAMY CREAM CHEESE PIES 49° PAKCC FOR ALL unllLO OCCASIONS • WEDDINGS • BIRTHDAYS • ANNIVERSARIES • SPECIAL PARTIES FOR PARTIES &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

50UTHWE5TER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BELLAIRE. SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD. SOUTHAMPTON. SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA 1 <• Volume 3—Number 37 •HOUSTON, TEXAS, JUNE 5, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Work Resumed On West University Improvement Project New Bridge Now Under Construction Over Drainage Ditch To Be Finished In Two Months ar West University residents this week were viewing the kick-off of the city's improvement program as Gerald Mora, contractor, began construction of a bridge across the drainage ditch on University Boulevard. The span will be 43 feet wide with 28-foot retaining walls accommodating a sidewalk on each side. Total cost of the bridge project will be $24,700. Construction of the bridge is preparatory to the scheduled paving of University Boulevard. F unds to build the structure will be taken from the $350,000 improvement bond issue which West University residents voted a year ago. —Photo by Ottis Stahl Orman...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Pag* 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 5, 1947 .1 SOUTHWE5TERI 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 Eptered 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 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-5666 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JUNE 5, 1947 Bayous And Ditches Unsafe For Swimming The bayous in and around Houston are "severely" polluted and swimming in or playing on the banks of the bayous is dangerous, was the recent warning issued by the public health committee of the Houston Chamber of Commerce. Particularly during this summer season which has just gotten under way and the threat of polio, while not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Thursday, June 5, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 # * n i % 4. • # i • • l • • * i * Funeral Services Held For Southampton Man Final rites were conducted last Thursday for Carroll B. Brett, 71, of 2011 Quenby in Southampton. Mr. Brett, who died in a Houston hospital, had been in ill health for some time. He was a retired rep- resentative of the Arm & jammer Soda Company. Survivors include a sister, Miss Susie D. Brett of Virginia and a nephew, Addison G. Wilson, Jr. of Houston. BELLAlRf M. 2-0143 Visit DAVIDSON'S DRY COODS, HARDWARE, PITTSBURGH PAINTS and GARDEN SUPPLIES. JANEY'S JOTTINGS- REMEMBER? Vera Jones, the tall, blonde, good-1 o o k i n g one — in-law of course; blood kin never looked like that—said, the other day, "Re- member the old kitchen safe back home? How good it smelled, when you went in the kitchen prowling for something to eat? . . How well do we remember the kitchen safe! We still have ours back home, and it's still used, but not for food; only dishes are kept...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 5, 1947 Lots of folks win friends by flattery, proving that some people believe most what they most want to believe. Experience: "The name men give to their mistakes." Fuller Brushes University, Southside, Braes wood and Braes Heights J. ARTHUR BROWN F. 0040 J. 2-2170 TEEN TALK By CHARLES TAPLEY . . . Quite wealthy by now due to the proceeds from her splendid work on his column, Miss GAY SANDERS has decided to retire and in doing so, I fell heir to her job with the Times. GAY has really done a swell job of keeping us all up with the world, and she Thanks We wish to thank the residents of the South- western section for their support during our FIRST YEAR with you. We have tried to make our salon fit into your needs as best we could. During the past ye?ir we made many improvements and our promise is that we shall continue to do so in the years to come. HOUSTON'S LtAOtNG DESIGN IAS OF HAIR FASHIONS NOW... in Their OWN Smart fa/or* 1727 BISSONNET...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Thursday, June 5, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 * I You Are Invited— TO VISIT US IN OUR BEAUTIFUL NEW BUILDING next door to our former location tm mm tAll.N sir* ' A 1643 BISSONNET You have made it possible for us to expand our operations and erect this fine, modern building to house our laundry. Every modern development in our field has been installed in our plant to enable us to render better, more efficient service. bring us your dry CLEANING We Know You'll Be Pleased with the: H.gh .. f Our Workmanship. Our Mo ern Quality of Our W Cleaning Equipment Assures You Bett Complete Work. HMIiy LAUNDRY SERVICE And At S J!61" Spark,i"g Clean- Such Reasonable Cost. Sanitary Laundry "JUST WHAT THE NAME IMPLIES" 1643 Bissonnet Phone K. 3-2517

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 5,1947 BeUaire Council Plans To Call Another Bond Issue For Water, Sewer Improvements Shrugging aside the recent void- ance of $1,000,000 worth of im- provement bonds, the Bellaire city government in regular session Monday night began laying the foundation for another bond issue to finance needed water and sewer improvements within the city. Last week, Attorney General Price Daniel ruled the previous bond is- sue invalid since the bond election was initiated and executed by the previous administration—a three- man commission body which was found improperly constituted in a district court action. The previous issue was approved by Bellaire citi- zens in a special election last March. The forthcoming bond issue will — — — SUMMER CLASH IN PIANO JUNE 15 . . AUGUST 15 INDIVIDUAL and CLASS LESSONS MRS. A. O. McINTYRE 8102 QUENDY RD. H. 12080 be constructed along similar lines of the previous issue with the ex- ception of approximately $40,000 which...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Thursday, June 6, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 •I • West University Civic Club Drive For Radios For Firemen Gets Off To Good Start Goal—Two-Way Radio System An enthusiastic response from residents of West University indi- cated a successful conclusion to the drive currently being staged by members of the West University Civic Club and volunteer fire de- partment to raise funds for the purchase of two-way radio equip- ment for the firemen. According to W. C. Buschardt, Jr., civic club president, the can- vassing teams covered approxi- mately 900 homes on Monday, the first day of the drive, with nearly 100 per cent donations reported. The door-to-door canvassers, aided by loudspeakers and sirens from a fire truck, plan to visit each home in the city during the week of the drive. The volunteer workers make collections from 6 p. m. to 9 p. m. Total cost of the radio equip- CAROL CRAWFORD w TROPIC PRINT 10 95 Classic simplicity styled in a merry rayon broadcloth print that combines fli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 5, 1947 You can usually manage to say the right thing at the right time if you keep your mouth shut most of the time. There are two valid reasons why some people don't mind their own business—they haven't any mind and they haven't any business. # Clean shearing, easy Tun- ning on hill or level, this precision • built all - steel hand mower embodies all the Jacobsen "know-how" developed in 25 years of lawn mower manufacture. ALLEN-COX LAWNMOWER CO. 1603 Richmond H. 8191 Jean Vermillion Wins Prize In Essay Contest Printed in it entirety below is the prize winning essay written by Jean Vermillion, student of Condit School, and 12-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Vermillion of 4542 Teas, for the contest spon- sored by the Condit Parent- Teacher Association. The contest was designed .to stimulate interest* in the recent Bellaire Festival and to develop interest in a Bellaire Park and recreational center. The essay is entitled "Why Bellaire ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Thursday, June 5, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Some Partnership Friend: "So now you and your son are carrying on the business together?" Owner: "Not exactly, I run the business and my son does the car- rying on." If YOU live between Kirby and Shepherd, Alabama and Westhejmer, University and Braes Heights, West of Auden and Bellairc For FULLER Brushes call G. T. BLAIR Will Deliver After 6 If Neceilary F. 0400 (Home) H. 3531 Local Woman Raises Fine Rabbits As Hobby Mrs. E. A. Redman Has Show Collection Of Checkered Giants When Mrs. E. A. Redman, who lives on Old Richmond Road two and one-half miles southwest of Bellaire, began raising rabbits as a hobby some four years ago, she didn't quite realize that most of her time would be spent in book- keeping, registering births, pedi- grees and parents. In four years, now possessor of some 50 rabbits, LOOK "K-MASTER" A—Stainless Steel Valve & Seat B—External Valve Assembly C—Self-Cleaning Vent Non Air-Binding Simplicity of Design and O...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 5, 1947 Gustav A. Linenberger Buried In Forest Park Gustav A. Linenberger, who died on Wednesday of last week, was buried Friday in Forest Park Cemetery with Dr. Malcolm L. Purcell officiating. Mr. Linen- berger, 59, lived at 2908 Rice Boulevard and had been a life- long resident of the Houston area. He was employed by Black Brothers. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Thelma Hardman Linenber- ger; a son, G. A. Linenberger of Los Alamos, Mexico, and brother, Frank B. Linenberger. ft It's pretty hard to tell about^ prosperity. When the hog's fattest it goes to the butcher. y> For PERMANENTS with Personality Our trained hair stylists can give your permanent that "made for you" look. Let us style your hair once and you'll always come back. "3<zr&<zt<z tyetut Next to Village Theatre Barber and Beauty Salon LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ELECTION HARRIS COUNTY WATER CONTROL, AND IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 12: TO THE RESIDENT, QUALIFIED ELECT...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Thursday, June 5, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 ..r Apple Yield Increased During 1946-47 Season Production of apples in the ma jor producing countries of the world was 440,000,000 bushels dur- ing 1946-47, the Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations reports. This represents an increase of 32 per cent above the relatively small 1945-46 crop of 334,000,000 bushels, but 15 per cent below the prewar average of 518,000,000 bushels. North America produced 63,000,- 000 bushels more during 1946-47 than in the previous year. Electrical Appliances REPAIRED EXPERT WIRING We Sell All Types of APPLIANCES GEIST ELECTRIC CO. M. 2-271S or M. 2-2260 115 Sixth St. Bellaire BATH TUBS IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY E. BETTENCOURT 2522 Biuoanet K. 3-3993 For A COMPLETE MEAL That It Both Wholesome And Tasty BREAKFAST LUNCHEON or DINNER Always A Good Selection of Meats and Vegetables LOWRY'S CAFETERIA & RESTAURANT 2529 Rice H. 0966 wz octal tfurfes Thirty young guests last week helped Sharonn Lyne...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 5, 1947 f/ CLAPP'S STRAINED m ft P" ( iBaby Foods 4" 25 LIBBY'S FRUIT COCKTAIL No. 2Vt CAN CHASE & SANBORN . . | A| coffee4j rnrn With each pound of COFFEE you RECEIVE ONE r It t L ■ PACKAGE OF TENDERLEAF TEA (8 tea balls) purex a WALDORF tissue & Bargains Galore Celebrating Our Fpi Big Days ■ Thursdaj LIBBY'S DILL OR SOUR PICKLES Quart Bottle 29 PAW PAW—PURE CONCORD mM GRAPE JUICE - 35 • SALE ON HONOR BRAND • Freestone Peaches PEAS CUT BANTAM CORN 16 Oz. Pkg. 12 Oz. Pkg. 12 Oz. Pkg. 19<* 18 (LIMIT 2 ROLLS, PLEASE) DEL MONTE No. 2'/2 Can LIBBY'S WHOLE UNPEELED—In Heavy Syrup CAN Strawberries *°r-49c FRUITS k VEGETABLES < LARGE SIZE — _ SUNKIST LEMONS DOZ 15C Home Grown SQUASH LB 5c, HOME GROWN CUCUMBERS LB. 5C YELLOW ONIONS - 5C< LIBB § PREI s :#i P RATI £ 5QU/ B 3ECKI ijj IT fOUH HICKMAN i Quality Foods . . . . 3634 BELLAIRE BLVD.

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Thursday, June 5, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page IS a Save At Our urth Anniversary ay*- Friday ■ Saturday - 3 LIBBY'S VIENNA SAUSAGE PREMIER mgg SPINACH 2 25 M HEAT DEPARTMENT R#H'S TENDER PICNIC HAMS RATH'S PURE PORK SAUSAGE SQUARE CUT BEEF ROAST DECKER'S IOWANA 9LICED BACON LB ULL DRESSED FRYERS *1 PINE BAKERY GOODS PARKERHOUSE ROLLS ilNNAMON ROLLS fOUR CHOICE OF ANY KIND OF 8 INCH r.WO LAYER CAKE «• I & SONS T . . . Priced Right MADISON 2-5151 b GOLD MEDAL SUNSHINE VANILLA WAFERS DURKEE'S Colored OLEO FREE COMIC BOOK WITH EACH PURCHASE OF Boxes Wheat es 2 24c BET-R BREAST O'CHICKEN DREFT RINSO LB. DOZ DOZ

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 5, 1947 '— -1 , I ,rl - Ttoo"i""- INBUBAPOLIS m «« 50 h1rvey s. firestone JR. PRES firestone tire and rubber co AKRO 0 i won 500 mile indianapolis ^ce waging 116.33 m.p.h. on firestone oe^xe champions. their outstand- ing safety and endurance played a •great part in my victory MAURI ROSE 1 rliOOM Til TIMS THAT . Iti* "F0R lXTRA SAFETY AND MILEAGE AT NO CXTRA CO^ get our liberal allowance • for your used tires oh -Firestone a^CH&MPlONS pou/t rUetf ate uwtffi ?n&te at PAY AS LITTLE AS I2S WEEK. For 24 consecutive years, Firestone Tires have been on the winning cars in the Indianapolis Sweepstakes. The same patented and exclu- sive construction features, which make these tires so safe, so strong, so wear-defying on the speedway, are also built into the Firestone De Luxe Champion Tires which protect your life on the highway. You can get all of this extra safety and extra mileage at a big saving in cost because your used tires are worth MORE at F...

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

Thursday, June 5, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 Here Are SOME of the Reasons You'll Like LAUNDERETTE SERVICE CONVENIENT You can enter your neighborhood Launderette and be on your way in 30 minutes. AUTOMATIC You just place your laundry in one of the 39 Bendix Washers—each Bendix takes up to 8 lbs.— and your hands never touch the water—which is 180 degrees temperature. THRIFTY An attendant starts the Bendix and it tumble-washes, rinses and damp dries. It's wonderful, and costs so little. TIME SAVING You can do your grocery shopping while the Bendix does your laundry in 30 minutes. Or you can read, rest or visit your friends. EFFICIENT On your way in 30 minutes after placing your laundry in the Bendix—and everything so sweet and clean. No wonder everyone is a Launderette booster! 30 MINUTES Your Launderette alio washes blankets, bedspreads, bath mats, curtains, slip covers, etc. UP TO 8 lbs. WASHED RINSED DAMP DRIED Soap Furnished Free 30c USING 39 OF THE FAMOUS BENDIX AUTOMATIC WAS...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 5, 1947 Talk of easy money is for easy men. Notice to Property Owners Of This District If you are contemplating selling your home or lota get in touch with us at r this territory. 25 years in the real estate business. West University Place Building & Realty Co. Buffalo and University M. 2-2323 St. Mark's Church Women Elect Mrs. Waters Head New president of the Women's Association of St. Mark's Church is Mrs. H. Clay Waters, III. Others elected to offices are Mrs. Ear- nest E. Rogers, first vice presi- dent; Mrs. C. L. Chadick, second vice president; Mrs. Earl McNeill recording secretary; Mrs. Clarence R. McElreath, corresponding sec- retary, and Mrs. William Minto, treasurer. Retiring president of the organ- ization is Mrs. K. R. Harris. West University Church of Christ Rice at Auden Su. Ret. Phone M.2-6S56 Sends a personal invitation to YOU to worship at all services of tha Church. Gospel preaching and con- gregational singing. YOU will...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Thursday, June 5, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Let's Get Acquainted They call him "Mack" and few people have been called by this nickname with better reason, for our subject for this week has the euphonic cognomen of McKinley McDowell McCune. So he couldn't very well be called anything except "Mack." A quiet sort of fellow with an underlying sense of humor, Mack is not likely to get excited about things, but his eyes do sparkle and his face lights up when he talks about his basic interest. And that is adult vocational schools. He believes that adults who want to improve their lot in life should have access to schools, and he has worked very hard trying to get such an educational system estab- lished in Houston. Mack was born in Grand Island, Nebraska, on March 23, 1905 and grew up in Fort Smith, Arkansas. He received his A.B. degree from Park College. In 1937 he moved to Houston and in 1941 to West Uni- versity Place where he now lives with his wife, Margaret, and two children, D...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 5, 1947 Two young men who know horses are pictured above after winning prizes with their mounts in the Bellaire Festival held in the city park last Friday. At the right is David Allred of 4720 Bellaire whose horse, owned and trained by him and his brother, Sammy, won firit prize as the most unusual pet. The horse performed amazing tricks under the direction of its young masters. At the left is James Cox of 5118 Pine, chosen as the best rider among the male competitors. Photo by Charles Crocker. Bellaire Festival Proves Great Success 'Lions Club Plans To Sponsor Community Gathering Annually The whole-hearted cooperation of residents of Bellaire, various organizations and business firms, added up to a remarkably success- ful Bellaire Festival last Friday, said Fenton Stone this week, presi- dent of the Bellaire Lions Club, sponsors of the event. "This was our first venture in handling: a community-wide fes- tival," Mr. Stone said, "but the suc...

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