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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Thursday, June 5, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 Outlook Gloomy For Success Of West University Paving Program The recalcitrant attitude of West University residents toward accept- ing the city's proposed street pav- ing project may doom the entire program to failure, a reliable source revealed this week. The possibility loomed that the paving contractor, allocating equipment to a seemingly never - to - be - started project, may seek to terminate his contract with the city. Secured at what was termed by the city council as an advantageous price, the contract between the city and the paving contractor was re- portedly being somewhat strained as home owners along the streets scheduled for paving failed, in many cases, to sign for their pro- portionate cost of the paving. A "sign up or else" letter mailed to all affected property owners last week and signed by Mayor Ralph B. Lee -has had some effect in bringing home owners to sign for the paving, a city spokesman i CAMP BUCKAROO for GI...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 5, 1947 Mrs. Dewitt Clark Is Honored At Party In Arrowood Home Honoree at a coffee last Thurs- day was Mrs. Dewitt F.Olarke of 6124 Lake. Hostesses were Mrs. W. D. Arrowood, Mrs. Stanley C. Peters and Mrs. H. Clay Waters, III, and the party was given in the Arrowood -home. The table was decorated with an arrangement of pink gladioli, white asters and carnations banked around a Madonna figurine. Mrs. Giles H. DeWitt poured. Among the guests was Mrs.' along the way. Alice Browne of Baltimore, Mary- land, mother of Mrs. Clarke, who was a guest in her daughter's home last week. —★ Not That Mad Wife: Egbert, what would you do if I should suddenly die? Egbert: I should go mad, my dear. Wife: Would you marry again? Egbert: Well, I don't think I would go as mad as that. —i ★ The trail to the poorhouse is long and winding, but there are some lovely vistas and cheery inns Now Open ROBIN CURTIS ART STUDIO INSTRUCTION IN DRAWING and PAINTING DAY and NIG...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Thursday, June 5, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 21 Marriage Of Local Girl Announced By Parents Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams of 6624 Mercer announce the mar- riage of their daughter, Joanne, to Edward Szkody. The marriage was solemnized in the Baptist par- sonage at Bowling Green, Ohio, May 27 with only near relatives present. The bride has been employed in Washington and Detroit. The bridegroom trained at Ellington Field during the war, was a major in the Air Corps and later went into business in Detroit. Following a honeymoon in Alas- ka, and a visit with her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. Szkody will be at home in Detroit, Michigan. Fast Growing Annuals Make Good Screens I- CLEOMfc 2-PETUNIA -MORNING GLORY 2-CENTAUREA 3-AGE.RATUM Two backdoor plantings which will hide unattractive utilities. GILLESPIE RADIO SERVICE PICK-UP and DELIVERY • WORK GUARANTEED • SENTINEL RADIO - PHONOGRAPH COMBINATIONS *7Ae . . . ... HJedcUayA Will take care of all de- tails for the ceremony, rehearsal and rec...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

¥ Page 22 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 5, 1947 JITTER By Arthur Pointer REG'LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrnes WHAT KINO OF A MUTT r ITS A 15 THAT, AN ) FRENCH WHO OWNf / POfaDLE AN' MVAUNT MINNIE OWNS IT.' CCKTAIMT —ourr LEMMC THATiT SHOW YA HOW ONE MANX THAT 6ETUP THIS DORS ACK.J ahem! OPINION. HEAVY BAIN BUTCH— MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher HAIR? WHAT HAIR? <3 EFF; WHAT ARE YOU DOING? THE HAIR ON MY HEAD.' I DONT SEE ANY HAIR.! MUTT, HAVE You NO IMA6INAT10N I M COMBING MY HAIR) The Question "What d'ya say, Jim, we get wives together tonight and have a big time?" "Okay, Joe, where'll we leave them?" It is more fun to live than to watch life from the sidelines.— John Erskine. BELLAIRE CAFE For Good Food OPEN S A. M.—CLOSE P. M Breakfast Until 10:30 A. M. Plate Lunches—10:30 to 2 P. M. Fish, Chicken, Steaks, Barbecue and Cold Plates served from— 2 to 9 P.M. • COLD BEER • C. H. Nelius, Prop. M. 2-0182 A HOME IS A HOUSC fhatY furnished b« ENJOYABLE LIVEABLE PRACTICAL ■ !*. M, . . . Read...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 June 1947

Thursday, June 5, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 23 1 Women of St. Andrew's To Meet Next Thursday The Women's Auxiliary of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church will have its circle meetings next Thursday at 10 a. m. Circle I will meet with Mrs. Claude Reynolds of 3220 Albans. Mrs. Fred Parks of 1659 Richmond will be hostess to Circle II while Mrs. W. A. Streich of 3720 Rice will entertain Circle III. Circle IV will meet with Mrs. Chester Moore of 2737 Cason. State Health Officer Gives Suggestions For Preventing Spread of Poliomyelitis Dr. George W. Cox, State health officer, has issued the following statements and suggestions con- cerning the control and preven- tion of poliomyelitis which is now occurring in certain sections of the State. At one time it was generally be- lieved that this infection was trans- mitted primarily by discharges from the respiratory tract. It is FULLER BRUSHES UNIVERSITY PLACE NORTH OF UNIVERSITY BLVD. BRISTLE COMB W. S. SMITH BRISTLE COMB Regular $3.25 PHONE F...

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

Page 24 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 5, 1947 /*31 ¥ Extra Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday — Sitjoif thQ Best in — DUNCAN'S ADMIRATION COFFEE'-- 39' c PAW PAW PURE CONCORD _ ■ ■ Quart nn Grape Juice Bottk PURE—NEW PACK STRAWBERRY PRESERVES - 31 BAKERY GOODS WHITE CHOCOLATE DIP -|ft CAKE - 79 STRAWBERRY DANISH Pastries D" 39' £S,owROIIS3f"25( Libby's Vienna Sausage 2^29 PREMIER CUT GREEN A Af Beans 2 £ Jo SWIFTS PREMIUM PREM ^ 33 BLEACH PUREX 2-25' ^FINE MEATS ONLY GRADED CHOICE QUALITY MEATS ARE SOLD IN OUR MARKET FRESH—FULL DRESSED FRESHLY GROUND LAMB Patties Lb. 39* FRESH—FULL DRESSED FRYERS-59' EVERY REGULAR CUSTOMER WE HAVE CAME FIRST TO TRY US OUT—THAT MADE US GROW ARMOUR'S STAR LAMB LEGS 59 FLAVOR - RICH £aUKS AND miTABlCs New Crop, Sweet Juicy Sunkist g\ mm . ORANGES 2-35 CHOICE GRADE VEAL STEAK ROUND Lb. 63c LOIN Lb. 59c T-BONE Lb. 67c ARMOUR'S STAR SQUARE CUT Mk SHOULDER ROAST -49' WE DRESS FRESH DAILY CHOICE POULTRY U. S. No. 1 CALIFORNIA JM POTATOES 10-49' FRE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

SOUTHWESTER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD. SOUTHAMPTON. 50UTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 3—Number 38 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JUNE 12, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Actual Work Started On Southside Place Improvement Plan Paving equipment was being moved into Southside Place Mon- day and the city's street paving project was expected to be launched by the end of the week. The paving program, first in the city's post-war improvement plan, is to include every street in the city, according to an official spokesman. Cost of the paving will be financed through a $225,000 bond issue which residents of Southside Place have voted. The paving contract has been awarded to W. E. Worthen, Hous- ton paving contractor. Estimated completion date has been set at six months, barring unfavorable weather. The streets will be paved 27 feet wide with thicknesses of the concrete varying from seven to nine inches. A contract has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 12, 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 Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston 6, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-5566 _ HOUSTON, TEXAS, JUNE 12, 1947 It's A Lot Of Money BUT— Twenty-five million bucks is a lot of money in any man's language. That is the sum the Houston Independent School Board is asking the voters to approve in Saturday's election for the expansion of this city's school facilities. There is no doubt that these improvements are sorely needed. No voice has been raised against the expanded progr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Thursday June 12, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 ♦I ® t • m t • • RAMBLING.... Bobby Martin, son of Dr. and Mrs. George C. Farrish of 3435 Bellaire Boulevard, left last week for a visit with his sister, Mrs. James R. Shelley of Tucson, Ari- zona. Mrs. Shelley is the former Patricia June Farrish. The Shel- leys live at the ranch formerly owned by Joyce Kilmer, author of the famous poem, "Trees." . . . New home owners in Southamp- ton are Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Kirk who have purchased the brick bun- galow at 2133 Nottingham. Mr. 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 the J EDGE sez IF A THING IS WORTH HAVING,IT'S WORTH WORKING HARD FOR/ % The coat of dellclously prepared food is worth every ceri asked for it. If you're faced with the problem of what to sarva and where to entertain, telephone Gor- don Edge. We cater to private parties and clubs . . ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 12, 1947 Mr*. Helm President of Gossip-Banning Ladies The Surprise Sewing Club, com- posed mainly of residents of the Southwestern section, last week at the group's election meeting, named Mrs.% C. D. Helms of 2422 Gold- smith in Southgate as president. Unique among women's clubs, Why Be Bothered With ANTS ROACHES AND OTHER INSECT AND RODENT PESTS Let U§ Solve Your Problem TERMITE INSPECTIONS and ESTIMATES FREE Work Guaranteed Reasonable Prices GRAY EXTERMINATORS 12 YEARS EXPERIENCE V. 2-3040 the organization features a "no gossiping" rule which forbids mem- bers to gossip about their husbands or friends. A fine is imposed on members who break the rule.-" The next meeting of the club will be held Wednesday in Her- mann Park. Recreational activi- ties will be provided for children of members. Real Security Perhaps the situation on scarcity of men's clothing is more drastic than we think. Recent headlines of a large metropolitan daily read, "Ra...

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

Thursday June 12, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Pace 6 A • I • h * i*i • Bellaire Team Out For High Honors Not In the Dictionary "What's the matter, dear? You look flustered." "Oh, I've had a dreadful day! First, Baby cut a tooth; then he took his first step; then he fell and knocked out his tooth." "Then what?" "Then he said his first word!" * During an Engineer's convention in a mid-west city, an important Engineer called a hotel on the tele- phone. "Where can I get m room for tonight?" he asked. "Where are you calling from?" "From a phone booth." "Sweet dreams." Meet success like a gentleman and disaster like a man. 1001 WESTHEIMER Bring the Famly and Enjoy a Good Meal in an air conditioned place SERVING WEEKLY SUNDAY HOURS: p u' - :is P.M.' 10:30 A M' ~ 7:15 P M' —Photo by Charles Crocker. Representing Bellaire in general, and Reamer's Service Station in particular, are these young athletes of Bellaire who are giving opposing teams a bad time in the Thursday night Houston-wide Cherryh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 12, 1947 97 OOO ROUS fine pap® rn bought from '*• ■ EASTERN MILLS 25c on the $1.00 Values Values Values to 35c Per Roll PRICES SLASHED FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! Closing Out 97,000 Rolls of Quality Paper at Drastically Reduced Prices! This is probably the finest offering of beautiful high quality paper we have ever made, and offers a remarkable opportunity to property owners, hotels, and decorating contractors to save money. The entire purchase put up to sell at close-out price*! home wallpaper kits Entire Houio EACH *1 49 BARGAIN bundles for*iS event" SAVE AS MUCH AS 331/3% FOR '£*12 Room On framed pictures. With total disregard for the original cost, we have reduced prices for QUICK SALE. Choose from Scenics — Florals — Religious 79c to 7.75 Cook's Famous 2-COAT House Painting System • SUPERWHITE PRIMER • Cook's HOUSE PAINT 3-Coat Value at 2-Coat Cost Paint the Average $"JT94 5-Room House for . 3 Gallons Each Product COOK'S PAINTS 1816 MAIN 6634 So...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Thursday June 12, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 A • A Woman's Privilege Two middle-aged women, who had not seen each other for a long time, met on the street. "Oh, Mary," Blanche excitedly began, "I've had a lot happen to me since I saw you last. I had my teeth taken out and an electric stove and refrigerator put in!"—William G. Sears. JANET'S JOTTINGS- We're" getting too civilized too fast! There are too many new- fangled gadgets and contraptions to save time, steps, worry and labor. Take now that electric tooth- brush pictured in Better Homes "Firestone SUPER VALUE tSk. DAYS UNEXCELLED ' VALUES! 4 YOUR USED TIRES ARE WORTH MORE AT Firestone We Need Thousands of Used Tires! You'll Be Amazed at the LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOW AN CE You'll Get on New Firestone De Luxe Champions Come in and equip your car for summer driving and vacation trips. You can't afford to miss this opportunity to buy Firestone De Luxe Champions at a big saving! We need used tires for retreading and even if your ti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 12, 1947 Southampton Resident Dies In Local Hospital Mrs. Mary Booth Willis, 45, of 2414 Albans in Southampton died last week in a Houston hospital. Born in Paris, Texas, she had lived in Houston for the past five years and was a member of the Chris- tian Church. Survivors include her husband, W. A. Willis; a sister, Mrs. Ben Willis, both of Houston; a brother, J. B. Booth, Jr. of Lubbock, Texas. Dr. Harry G. Knowles conducted the funeral rites and burial was in Forest Park Cemetery. What makes us discontented with our condition is the absurdly exag- gerated idea we have of the hap- piness of others. BLASINGAME DRUG STORE AND DRUG SUPPLIES Homer Blasingame, Prop. Bellaire Blvd. at Edloe Phone M. 2-2200 Bellaire Post Office To Remain As An Independent Unit The Bellaire post office will re- main an independent unit and will not effect a consolidation with the Houston postal system. This decision was revealed this week by the United States Postm...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Thursday June 12, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Vv & 0 • • Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ross Wright of 2703 Barbara Lane were Lt. and Mrs. Tom Zopolski of California. Lieutenant and Mrs. Zopolski were former residents of West University. Mrs. William H. Jones left last week for Seattle, Washington, where she will embark for Yoka- homa, Japan, to join her husband. Mrs. Jones has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mor- wood of 6509 Sewanee. ♦ ♦ ♦ Vacationing in Monterrey and Satillo, Mexico, are Dr. and Mrs. Herndon H. Clark of 2015 Dryden Road. Guests in the home of Mrs. L. M. Meynardie of 4415 Bellaire Boulevard are Mrs. L. M. Arnold and Miss Elizabeth Arnold of El Paso, Texas. Attending the Memorial Day races in Indianapolis, Indiana, were Mrs. N. Paul Wiley and son, Bruce, of 3502 Tangley. They are now visiting Mrs. Wiley's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George N. Teter in- Chicago. Week-ending in Galveston were Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Jopplin and son, T...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 12, 1947 Women of St. Vincent's To Sponsor Game Party Residents of the section have been invited to attend a game party which will be held next Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. on the patio at St. Vincent De Paul Church. Sponsor of the event will be the Mother's Club of the church. * If the number of automobiles shows a big increase in the next two or three years, we may have to adopt the lily as our national flower. DR. J. G. EGANHOUS Practicing OPTOMETRY THE SCIENCE OF VISION 3216 Milam Hour* by Appointment L# 0548 LEGAL NOTICE ORDINANCE No. S73 City of BELLAIRE. TEXAS, COMMON- 1,Y CALLED THE "ZONING ORDI- NANCE" BY ADDING THERETO PROVISIONS REGULATING ADVER- TISING SIGNS. WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Bellaire, Texas, received and thereafter submitted to the Planning Commission of said City, a proposal to amend Ordinance No. 115' of said City, commonly called the Zoning Ordinance, by adding thereto additional provisions regulating and l...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Thursday June 12, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Now Everybody Has a "SHARE" in Oil ffow Shell serves consumer community, employee, shareholder ts results in M rllncreasmg number 0 ^troleura. Today^| a us;3r«e« • n ■ -r* A long way from great-granddad: Petroleum—in 1859—was a baby indus- try, turning out lamp oil and lubricants. Look at it now. Shell, for example, has increased its output from 7 products to 1069... Housewife or stevedore: Everybody needs petroleum. It is heat- ing oil, cooking gas, or plastics in the home. It lubricates the stevedore's cranes and machines. For the doctor it is antiseptics or anesthetics. It is greases for industry ... or pest killers for the farmer. Oil helps make everything a consumer uses... A lot more for a lot less: Since 1920, regular gasoline has climbed from 50 octane to 78 ... but the price has almost halved. Other petroleum products—through intense competition and improved production methods- follow the same trend. Mr. and Mrs. Consumer, n...

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

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 12,1947 Gus Barkow Commercial Photographer Mndiaon 2-8188 6512 Mercer Madison 2-2171 Houston 5, Tex. Legal Language A lawyer was attending a fu- neral. A friend arrived and took a seat beside him, whispering, "How far has the service gone?" The lawyer nodded toward the clergyman in the pulpit and whis- pered back: "He just opened the defense." Years of Experience and Scores of Satisfied Cus- tomers is Your Assurance of First-Class Work! Upholstering Your living room furniture uphol- stered by experienced craftsmen will give you years of pleasure and satisfaction. Large selection of covers. Free estimates. Prompt service. Reasonable prices. TERMS IF DESIRED • Fred Miller Furniture Co. 310 Tuam Hadley 5434 Watch The Houston Post SUNDAY, JUNE 15th WHITE HOUSE Spectacular June Sale Event In The Village 2525 UNIVERSITY Does Your Car LOOK FADED AND WORN? WE CAN MAKE IT LOOK LIKE NEW Complete Paint and Body Service Specializing In Body Rebuilding a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Thursday June 12, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 Legion Post Members Assist In Rites For Texas City Victims An honor guard and color bear- ers, composed of members of John R. Burkett Post 77 of the Ameri- can Legion, will participate in morial services at the new me rial cemetery in Texas City June 22. The services will be held for some 90 unidentified blast victims who perished in the April 16 dis aster. Post Commander Grady Smith will lead the local delega- tion. The entertainment progra which the Burkett post held for all 24 posts of the Eighth District last week was attended by some 300 guests, Commander Smith said. In eluded among those present wen W. S. (Bill) Traill, district com- mander; Major Henry Schu- macher, vice president of the cen- tral council, and Henry Rather past department adjutant. Pres- ent from the Women's Auxiliary were Mrs. 0. L Beckman, second division vice president; Mrs. H. Cardin, district president; Mrs. Doreen Strausse, district vice president, and M...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 12, 1947 Bellaire Baptist Bible School To Close Sunday Graduation exercises will be held Sunday at 8 p. m. for 60 students of the Bellaire Baptist Church's annual vacation Bible school. The exercises will be conducted at the church. Rev. F. A. Tippen, church pas- tor, will address the graduates who have attended the two-week ses- sions. Electrical Appliances REPAIRED EXPERT WIRING LAWNMOWER SHARPENING GEIST ELECTRIC CO. M. 2-2718 or M. 2-2260 115 Sixth St. Bellaire TEEN TALK By CHARLES TAPLEY . . . As sure as the seasons come and go in their own slow but natural ways, so come some of us back to our own homes and back to our own friends. Speaking of course in this case of one well known TOMMY KENT. Yes, he's back again in our fair city from Longview. To most of us TOMMY is a familiar sight with a huge friendly smile and no doubt you'll all see him about in the long sum- mer months to come. Hope you have a swell stay, TOMMY, and good hunting. ...

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