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

Thursday, June 19, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 WUP Civic Club Sets Open House Tuesday, Will Exhibit Radios An open house staged by mem- bers of the West University Civic Club will be held at 8 p. m. Tues- day for residents of the city at which time the civic group will present to the West University Volunteer Fire Department a check representing the donations made by citizens in the recent drive to procure two-way radios for the fi department. The meeting, origin- ally scheduled for last Thursday, will be held in the Community House. A feature of the program will be an exhibition of the radio equip- ment which the firemen will place at the Community House for in- spection by West University resi- dents. Considerably over the $1757 mark which the equipment cost, excess funds from the drive will be used to purchase additional re- ceiving sets for firemen's homes so that each volunteer fireman has a set. New uniforms will also be purchased, a civic club spokesman said, and any mone...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 June 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 19,1947 Like Father The teacher was having her trials and finally wrote the mother: "You son is one of the brightest children in the class, but he is also the most mischievous. What shall I do?" Back came the reply: "Do as you please. I'm having enough troubles of my own with his father." WILLIS SEAT COVERS Popularly Priced COME TO WILLIS MFG. CO. 3007 HULDY J 2-2222 New School For Area Assured By Voting Of $25 Million Issue The approval by voters of the Houston Independent School Dis- trict last week of the $25,000,000 school bond issue has assured the Southwestern section of a new junior high school, it was stated Tliesday by W. E. Moreland, su- perintendent of schools. Detailed plans for the new structure will be submitted to the school board for approval at an early meeting, possibly next week, Mr. Moreland said. If the plans are adopted, bids will be asked im- ONE DAY SERVICE Village Picture Framing Shoppe ONE DAY SERVICE FRAMES REPAIRE...

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

Thursday, June 19, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 Anniversary Dinner Compliments Couple A surprise buffet dinner was held yesterday for Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Curry of 3012 Duke. The din- ner, held in the Curry home, was occasioned by the couple's wedding anniversary and was given by their daughter, Miss Beverly Curry. The lace laid table had as its centerpiece an anniversary cake decorated with flowers and flanked by gleaming white tapers in crystal holders. Bellaire Approves Paving of Avenue A, Sets Assessments The Bellaire city council Mon- day night passed an ordinance or- dering assessments of $4.60 per lineal foot against property own- ers on Avenue A between Rich- mond Road and Sycamore Street preparatory to paving of the street. The paving coincides with the development in that area of Mul- berry Manor, a huge residential and commercial project. The de- velopers are paying, excluding as- sessments, for the Avenue A pav- ing. In winding up small details pre- paratory to initiati...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 June 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 19,1947 JITTER By Arthur Pointer !§!« cs<7>0\ By Gene Byrnes rN reg'lar fellers AH/ A 6UV YOU KIN CAR.RYON BETWEEN CUSTOMERS WITH your. .stuff- VVEUUYOU KIN ON TH# LOOJEJ STILL 00 IT WHILE I WAS OOIN'T DO YOU RE WOR.KIN' HEY, PlNHEAD- weul, HEY/ WHAT GOES ON HER.E WAHT AOOB? WAS FOR. ME, CANT CHA (join* t' do I'LL BE SACK IN A HOUR-/ GEE OR. SO! (THANKS. JIM HIRED ME/ SURE, YA CAN.' somethin ICAf/HAtfe J. Dt/6AVS L€hiu*\0E ^ Shier/ By Bud Fisher MUTT AND JEFF this ain't sam; You I'M sorry)l VOURE SORRY.1 sana,this v LISSEN. 1TILLIE? TILLIE.'J TK« TILLIE/ you sot SOME NERVE LlSSENlN'lN ON MY PRIVATE AFFAIR— HELLO] e wrong number! YOU TOLD ME is your wife! You WOULD what? WHAT ARE BE K0M6 IN you doing what ten minutes) number overthere is this? So LONG? you've the SAM, YOU lissen to this ME! IVEGOT a 600d mind To LEAVE you flat1 FURTHERMORE- wire? "How do you like those Chinese back-scratchers ?" "Is that what they are! My wife's been ma...

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

Thursday, June 19,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 Meet Hazel Schleyer The chances are that when you next visit Peterson's Pharmacy, in The Village, you will be greeted by attractive Hazel Schleyer, who is one of the cosmetic consultants for Dorothy Gray beauty preparations. A native of Lufkin, Texas, Hazel has lived in Houston since 1931. She has been employed at Peterson's since .September 1946 and in that short time has made a host of friends. Many of her customers have made it a habit to depend on her expert judgment for their selection of the correct cosmetics for their color- ing and skin texture. Many years of cosmetic training have made her thoroughly qualified to advise on the use of Dorothy Gray preparations and she has been formerly employed at some of the leading stores in Houston as a beauty consultant. Hazel is married and has one son, Bobby, aged four years, who is her only hobby. But she does find time to regularly attend Christ Episcopal Church. She invites you to co...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 June 1947

Paso 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 19,1947 are at the BEST PRICES 1 specials Thursday, Friday, Saturday big1 days Sftectafo PINEAPPLE LAYER ({ ^ o^i^inc for O. C. READY TO SERVE U. (J. Kt.AUY TO SERVE A Shoestring Potatoes 2™ 19 SPLENDID FOR SUMMER SALAD mmm . Grated Tuna -35 HUNTS — IN HEAVY SYRUP PEACHES SLICED NcAN/a OR HALVES 31 1EXA5 RED RIPE au Tomatoes s 3-35 Cake 79' SUGAR — BUTTER — OAT MEAL Cookies2 35' ASSORTED ICED A ■■ Cup Cakes "" 35 ARMOUR'S STAR Ap sliced bacon -65' FRESH CALF LIVER lb 59c ARMOUR'S STAR Whole Hams lb 61c FRESH CALF Hearts or Tongue - 23c BABY BEEF Rolled Roast 57c BABY BEEF Club Chops ,b 65c WE DRESS FRESH DAILY OUR P-O-U-L-T-R-Y -mm-- Snow Balls 3 - 25 V-8 COCKTAIL VEGETABLE JUICES 2«-.i25c PETER PAN PEANUT AA. butter ^28c BAMA PURE BLACKBERRY PRESERVES £25 BLUE PLATE — WET PACK Shrimp ;"49c RIO STAR — BLACKEYE Peas 2 ci2 29c FRUITS VEGETABLES LARGE SANTA ROSA A|"n PLUMS Doz 25c SWEET JUICY — NICE SIZE O P r Calif. Oranges 2°- 35' FIRM GREEN ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 June 1947

c 50UTHWE5TER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE. BELLAIRE. SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON. SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA o Q 0 <§> O Volume 3—Number 40 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JUNE 26, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year & \ ? (II (* (# Newton Rejoins Times Staff As Ad Man \ V. C. J. Newton, familiarly known as "Newt" by his many friends in the Southwestern section has re-joined the staff of the South- western Times, according to levin H. Brackman, publisher. His 13 years experience in the local advertising field qualifies him to handle effectively all phases of advertising from the conception and carry- ing through of major campaigns to the needs of the small business man. His sincere interest in people, his imagination and his ability to prepare advertisements that produce results all join in making Newt a valuable addition to the Times staff, Mr. Brackman said. Mr. and Mrs. Newton with their four children reside in their own home at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 June 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 26, 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 Entered as second-class matter, October 12, 1944, at the Pott Office at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription $1.00 a Year Advertising Rates On Request 2610 Times Boulevard, Houston 6, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-5566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JUNE 26, 1947 Let's Build Those Schools Passage early this month of the $25,000,000 school bond issue assures for the residents of the Southwestern section the construction of an additional elementary school and a junior high. There has been considerable discussion, also, concerning the possibility of a senior high school in this area. We feel confident that the school board will bear in mind, when they star...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 June 1947

0 Thursday, June 26, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page NOTICE/ WE NOW HAVE TELEPHONES INSTALLED IN OUR STORES LOCATED IN THE Rice Boulevard Shopping Center Unfortunately we opened during the recent phone strike and were unable to get immediate service. Any inconvenience caused our customers was regrettable, but we were powerless to remedy the situa- tion. We are happy to now be able to render any additional service this makes possible. SITTON'S CAFETERIA DAVID R. REASON 2528 RICE BLVD. WASHETTE 2526 RICE BLVD. Lehigh 1637 Photographer 2518 RICE BLVD. Lehigh 7400 * * * RECORD CENTER ^ ^ 2516 RICE BLVD. L ehigh 1642 DR. WALTER L. WHITE ★ * * Optometrist 'UI5BT ALBA for FLOWERS Watch Repairs - Jewelry 2S24 RICE BLVD. L.Jh 44.3 ""<<'<* BLVD Lehis„ 6489 THE MATERNITY MART Good Housekeeping, Inc. 2522 RICE BLVD. J ackson 2-2048 2510 RICE BLVD. L ehigh 1633

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 June 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 26,1947 Christ The King Lutheran Church To Observe Second Anniversary of Organization Sunday The Christ the King Lutheran Church, worshipping at Roberts School, Greenbriar and Addison in Southgate, will celebrate its second anniversary of founding at 11 SEE OUR MOVIE RENTAL LIBRARY Open Till 9 Thursday woro company a. m. Sunday. Rev. Kenneth C. Larson, pastor, will speak on the theme, "On The Way." In the fall of 1944 a survey was made of the Southwestern section by representatives of the Board of Home Missions of the Lutheran Augustana Synod. The survey dis- closed the fact that there was no Lutheran church in this area and a canvass of the community the following spring revealed a field WILLIS SEAT COVERS Popularly Priced COME TO WILLIS MFG. CO. 3007 HULDY J 2-2222 Dr. Robert Doran CHIROPRACTOR Colonic Irrigations 2046 W. Alabama (corner of Shepherd) DAY AND EVENING APPOINTMENTS—J. 2-5356 Member Texas State Chiropractic Association PAINT WI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 June 1947

Thursday, June 26, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Pajre 6 •I • i •I "Boots And Saddles" Becoming increasingly popular with youngsters of Bellaire is horse- back riding with latest reports indicating that some 50 boys and girls in the Bellaire area now own and ride horses regularly. Testifying to the popularity of the sport was the many entrants in the recent horse show held in conjunction with the Bellaire community festival last month. Pictured above is Sue Alice Farrington, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Edw. Farrington of Post Oak Road riding "Boy," a Tennessee Walker. PHILCO Years advanced in de- sign and performance A great radio for you who love the realism ffl of great music. Match- m less tone quality of d Dynamic reproduction. Famou *{8.63 ft' F.M. 1213 ' Radio-Phono. Standard and Foreign Bands Everything you'll be looking for in *48. All is wrapped into one in this beautiful radio- phonograph console. You'll thrill to the music of recordings and F.M. broadcasts. KEYstone 3-7066 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 June 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 26,1947 Too Much Piety "I've asked Mr. and Mrs. Jen- kins to dinner at 7, Jane, but I think we'll give them a quarter of an hour's grace," said the mis- tress. "Well, ma'am," Jane replied, "I'm a little religious myself, but I think that's rather overdoing it." —Baptist Observer. Vital Statistics Did you know that of all adult males in the United States today, nearly 29 per cent are ex-GI's? No Will She (on a diet, to her husband): "Here I sit gorging myself, and you haven't the will power to make me stop."—Christian Observer. ONE DAY SERVICE i Village Picture j Framing Shoppe ONE DAY SERVICE FRAMES REPAIRED - GLASS REPLACED EXPERT WORKMANSHIP ON ALL FRAMES Over 165 Designs of Picture Moulding 5416 MORNINGSIDE H. 4200 MILLINERY Values from $5.95 to $25.00 REDUCED TO $2 ■ *4 - *6 COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION Local Girl Takes Prominent Part In Opera Vivien Altfeld Serves As Ballerina As Well As Co-Director of Ballet Southwestern section reside...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 June 1947

Thursday, June 26, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 f • A Painful Ceremony Young Wife: "Now Bill, I want you to go around to the minister's and arrange for having the baby christened." Bill (shipyard worker) : "You mean to say you are going to let somebody hit that little thing over the head with a bottle?" * It's the paying up that gets you down. janiy's jottings- Doctors Recommend .. Compounded Accurately Most enjoyable experience of the week! What ecstacy, what com- fort and ease we found in driving over the super dooper smooth streets of The Village, namely Rice and University Boulevard. Right here and now we want to issue a heartfelt vote of thanks the powers-that-be, whoever they were, that put those beauti- ful new streets right where we drive the most. And not to mention the almost audible sigh of relief which must BEN LAWS PHARMACY 3644 University M. 2-2336 BELLAIRE CAFE For Good Food OPEN S A. M.—CLOSE 9 P.M Breakfast Until 10:30 A M. Plate Lunches—10:30 to 2 P. M. Fish, Chi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 June 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 26, 1947 APPLIANCE REPAIRS AND SALES ATTIC FAN SALES and INSTALLATION • LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR • SUPERIOR PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CO. 2307 MORGAN L. 7460 Candlelight Ceremony Unites Miss Betty Barber and C. H. Johle The West University Baptist Church was the scene Friday of the marriage of Miss Betty Faye Barber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Barber of G006 Annapolis, to Charles H. Johle, Jr., son of C. H. Johle, Sr., of Houston, and the late Mrs. Johle. Rev. Ray V. Mayfield per- formed the candlelight ceremony before an altar adorned with Celebrating Our First Anniversary ^Metnikeae To show our appreciation for the wonderful reception given our Store dur- ing its first year we offer these special prices on our most popular items. SPECIAL THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY ONLY BAR-B-Q BEEF or PORK RIBS REGULARLY PRICED AT $1.25 PER POUND SLICED 98c ib REG. $1.25 K.C. FILLET STEAK ( /2 Lb). $1.00 BRING THE FAMILY for a COMPLETE MEAL IN OUR DINI...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 June 1947

Thursday, June 26, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Come to the RED TAG SALE HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! Don'tMiss THE BIG RED mm 4 Burkhart's 3 Big Days JUNE 26- 27 -28 TAG 3-BIG SELLING DAYS-3 Thursday, Friday, Saturday, June 26, 27, 28 In addition to our regular stocks of popularly priced merchandise we offer to the public these added EXTRA SPECIAL ITEMS representing the best values in Houston. THE BEST BUYS IN THE CITY OF HOUSTON HEAVY GAUGE Aluminum Skillets 49 BELOW PRE-WAR PRICE! SPECIAL FOR ONLY >1 OUR SUPER BARGAIN! Large Size gg if Handy for Every Purpose Reg. Price 30c WIRE STRAINERS 19c ; % Covered Aluminum 3 QT. SAUCE PANS Reg. $1.98 VALUE $1.19 Eleven Piece PYREX GIFT SET A Wonderful Gift Package $ £ 98 Your Choice of Random Lot BLUE ENAMEL SAUCE PANS A Special Value at C EACH WHITE ENAMELED SAUCE PAN 2 Quart Size tJS 53c SQUARE ALUMINUM CAKE PAN QA- Reg. 45c Www CAST Aluminum SKILLET $1.89 Nationally Advertised Nicro I QO STAINLESS STEEL COFFEE MAKER Q9.00 Aluminum PIE PANS...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 June 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 26,1947 Nolen's Barbecue Ends First Year of Business Observing the first WILLIS SEAT COVERS Popularly Priced COME TO WILLIS MFG. CO. 3007 HULDY J 2-2222 of its opening this week is Nolen's Barbecue, owned and operated by C. L. Nolen at 2424 Rice Boule- vard in The Village. The restaurant features barbe- cued meat of all types as well as other short order dishes and deli- catessen items. "We are glad to be established in the Southwestern section," M Nolen said, "and we are looking forward to many more years of happy association with our patro FULLER BRUSHES UNIVERSITY PLACE NORTH OF UNIVERSITY BLVD. BRISTLE COMB W. S. SMITH BRISTLE COMB Regular $3.25 PHONE F. 0400 Deluxe $4.25 ANTS AND ROACHES TERMITE CONTROL RELIABLE BONDED SERVICE Telephone J. 2-43S5 for Complete Information WEST UNIVERSITY PEST CONTROL BUDDY CLASS — VAL CARLSON — PAT GLASS. Oimn FOR DELIVERY NOW Whirlwind Junior POWER MOWER SERVICE PROVED FOR OVER 15 YEARS Rotary — Scythe ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 June 1947

Thursday, June 26, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Run 'Em Off Visitor: "Do you like reciting, dear?" Child: "Oh, no, I hate it, really. But mummy makes me do it when she wants people to go."—Watch- man Examiner. BANKING HOURS DO NOT LIMIT THE USE OF N.C. B. TRAVELERS CHECKS Travelers Checks of The National City Bank of New York can be converted into cash at any hour of day or night and on holidays— because it isn't nec- essary to CO to I bank to cash them. They are readily ac- cepted in payment by railroads, steam- snip companies, hotels ana mer- chants everywhere. They are the same as cash when coun- tersigned for self- identification. Purchase N. C. B. Travelers Checks in denominations of $10, $20, $50 or $100 before you start on your vaca- tion. They relieve you of risk and in- convenience alike —byprovidingcash only a* you need it and at any time you wish. Available at small cost. MINUTES AT UNIVERSITY STATE BANK Member F.D.I.C. 6135 Kirby K. 3-5574 Let's Get Acquainted One of ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 June 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 26,1947 Unprejudiced Some people's minds are open like that of the woman who was heard to say as she started to a political meeting: "I am not prejudiced at all. I am going with a perfectly open and unbiased mind to listen to what I am convinced is pure rub- bish." Patty McStravick Becomes Bride Of Donald Hoyt Saturday Rites Held In Local Catholic Church Miss Patty McStravick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McStra- vick of 6328 Buffalo Speedway, An advertisement in the Times Saturday became the bride of Don- is a good investment. i aid Hoyt, son of Mr. and Mrs. giiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiitiiiaiiiitiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiitiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiioH I CLEARANCE SALE! 1 DRASTIC REDUCTIONS UP TO 50% LADIES' COTTONS — SHEERS and BUTCHER LINEN DRESSES CHILDREN'S DRESSES — Size. 1 to 6 Avalon Dress Shop I 2905 Westheimer K. 3-7514 i ~aiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiii...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 June 1947

Thursday, June 26, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 18 Gardens Need Summer Feeding For Best Results Supply Plant Food To Maintain High Yield This Season When summer sowings are made in the home vegetable garden of second crops, to follow early vege- tables which have been cleared off, and keep the land busy, it is just as important that plant food be provided as in the spring. Amount Needed The placement method of appli- cation, by spreading plant food in shallow trenches on both sides of the row where seed are sown, will give maximum efficiency. If the first crop on the same space re- ceived the standard ration of four pounds to 100 feet of row (two LIVE ON iOMOWn vriMi We'll Htrtp Y«u Have a Better Heme Right Now! Frimdly T rm 1205 CONGRESS pplying plant food The placement method of most efficient pounds on each side) and if re- sults from this feeding were good, then the second feeding may be reduced as much as half. But if there is any doubt in your mind about the fertility of your ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 June 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 26,1947 Men will die with their boots on, but usually one boot is on the ac- celerator.—Center Point Indepen- dent. Visit DAVIDSON'S for DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, PITTSBURGH PAINTS and GARDEN SUPPLIES. BELLA1RE mt ■ ■ « i« RICHMOND M. 2-0143 End mt Bus Lin« Local Softball. Pitcher Gains No-Hit Victory John Sheffield, ace pitcher of the C. A. Coskey Juniors, 13-year-old- and-under softball team of West University, Friday night pitched a no-hit game in the Cherryhurst League as his mates pounded out a 14 to three decision over the Far- rington Cougars. The team is sponsored by C. A. Coskey of 2903 University Boule- vard, and coached by James A. Mc- Bride. An antique shop in Washington has a sign in the window, "Old- fashioned large-size dollar bill— only $2.25."—Kiplinger Magazine. LOOK "K-MASTER" A—Stainless Steel Valve & Seat B—External Valve Assembly C—Self-Cleaning Vent Ntm Air-Binding Simplicity of Design and Operation Makes It The Most Ec...

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