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

Thursday, July 3, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 (tyuicA (}aCeada% BELLAIRE BAPTIST 5404 Pine, Bellaire F. A. Tippen, Pastor Sunday School . . . 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship ... 11 a. m. Training Union ... 7 p. m. Mid-week Prayer Service . . Wednesday . . . 7:30 p. m. BELLAIRE METHODIST Condit Elementary School Fred W. Marsh, Pastor Sunday School ... 10 a. m. Morning Worship ... 11 a. m. BELLAIRE PRESBYTERIAN Rice at Bellaire Blvd. Edwin Albright, Pastor Sunday School . . . 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship ... 11 a. m. Youth Services ... 7 p. m. CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN Roberts School, Greenbriar at Addison Kenneth C. Larson, Pastor Divine Worship . . . 9:30 a. m. CHURCH OF THE HOLY GHOST Incarnate Word Convent, Post Oak and Bissonnet John C. Bauer, Pastor Holy Mass . . . 6:30 a. m., 7:30 a. m., 9 a. m., 10:30 a. m. Week-day Mass . . . 6:30 a. m. at Convent. Week-day Mass ... 7 a. m., pas- tor's residence, 5520 Richmond Road. FAITH AMERICAN LUTHERAN Varsity Room, Ye Old College Inn Rolland...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 July 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 3, 1947 Traffic Violators In West University To Receive Tickets A lax attitude on the part of motorists of West University to- ward the city's traffic laws this week brought sharp words from Chief of Police Harold E. Shipp. "The warnings which we have been giving in many cases are go- ing to be replaced with tickets," the chief said, and added that a traffic drive would be instituted to see that the good traffic record of the city remains good. Most violations are the failure of motorists to come to a dead stop at stop signs, Chief Shipp said, but speeding and other violations will not be overlooked. With the city of Bellaire only recently providing Marshal W. L. Fuller with a police car, traffic summons have risen sharply in that city. An average of 18 drivers per week are being issued tickets in Bellaire at the present time, Marshal Fuller said. Mammouth returns for midget investments. Times classified ads. Houston's Leading Designers of H...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 July 1947

Thursday, July 3, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 To Wed In August Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carsey announce the engagement of their daughter, Emily Sue (above), to Richard Whittaker, son of R. S. Whittaker of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The marriage will be solemn- ized August 2 in St. Paul's Methodist Church chapel. Burglars Repeat, Rob Nolen's Second Time What C. L. Nolen, owner and operator of Nolen's Barbecue at 2424 Rice Boulevard, hopes isn't becoming a habit is the burglariz- ALL HAVE TIME!!! FOR FURNISHING THEIR HOMES Cwn'nnt hindty T*rmi\ FURNITOBECO. ing of his establishment. Burglars, Saturday night for the second time in eight months, entered his store and made off with a sizeable loot. Entering through a broken win- dow, the prowlers last week stole $80 worth of cigarettes, cigars and barbecue plus $18 in cash. Previously, Mr. Nolen, whose patience is being somewhat tried, lost $250 in merchandise to the burglars. ★ Son To Follow Father's Footsteps In Ministry Ray V. Mayfield, ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 July 1947

Page 18 JITTER SOUTHWESTERN TIMES By Arthur Pointer 7; * By Gene Byrnes REG LAR FELLERS what's that y ( splashin quick; Ltr'J DUCK UNDER. THOSE 60SHES ALON6 TH'ffANK UNTIL HE PASSES! sosh: herf COME 5" ' NOPE.' ) AIN'T NOOODV \ -J fa f MBR-E &UT I — ITIVEn^ i hear? ANY BOYS kt . gumboil. NGV TH' WARDEN.' US FISHES1, MISTER £,U*ABOIL By Bud Fisher MUTT AND JEFF but iwrot's ctouc /Ltr VC'®H cta/Jlvf^- 0-t d) ChftLZ- MriJh a ftJloire, a*t*L wutt.kave [cotton? Vou some <i1p(:i to stuff in mv ears so i can't mear what i'm reading.'julius gets embarrassed very easy/ he wants what cha ] mv brother, want it julius got a °r? i letter from his girl and J v HE can't read ME TO the cotton read tht cotton batting? Thursday, July 3, 1947 Lord." Attractive tapestries have been made. Teachers are Mrs. H. A. Chunn, Mrs. L. W. Hewitt, Mrs. Everts and Miss Patricia Ann Hewitt. Students of the Pioneer depart- ment have made time lines show- ing the outstanding events from the time of Abraham to ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 July 1947

Thursday, July 3, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 CLASSIFIED POLING'S, 5606 Old Richmond Road, Bell- aire. Fancy leaf Caladiums, Chrysan- themums, Coleus, Hibiscus, Begonias, Geranium, Torenia, Sultana, Hardy Red Carnations, Ivy, Rubber Plants, Etc. IF YOU OR ANY of your friends are hav- ing a wedding, have it at the House of Weddings. See it! You'll like it! 4209 Montrose. K. 3-0784. FOR SALE: SMALL ice box, 50 lb. ca- pacity, $7. 5606 Richmond Road. M. 2-0123. BEAUTIFUL BLUE SUMMER rug, 9x12, used two months, only $15. Two white metal tables, ideal for sun porch; beige hobnail spread with fringe, solid mahog- any lamp table, boy's 26-in. bicycle, A-l shape, $20. M. 2-6739. WEST UNIVERSITY, 4140 Tennyson. Comfortable, attractive room in private home. Two and one half blocks of Auden bus. M. 2-7363. UNFURNISHED APARTMENT WANT- ED by school teacher and her adult em- ployed daughter. Garage apartment ac- ceptable if clean and nice surroundings. Phone Mr. Hancock at M. 2-2313 or J. 2-3...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 July 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 3, 1947 0 These Specials Good for 3 Days Thursday, Saturday, Monday CLOSED ALL DAY FRIDAY, JULY 4TH SUNSWEET OOp PRUNE JUICE - 23c MIRACLE WHIP SALAD DRESS - 29' LIBBY Fruit Cocktail & 35* LIBBY'S VIENNA 2-% S A U S AGE T,NS 29* MODERNE—500 SHEET AA. FACIAL TISSUE 29c HgMH LARGE SUNKIST Lemons ^ 19* CALIFORNIA SUNKIST JUICY ORANGES 2 - 35* LARGE SWEET Peppers 2lbs 19* LARGE Egg Plants 2 ™ 15* PICTSWEET Cauliflower r. 28* ALLSTON BRAND FROZEN Strawberries 45* CREAM A mm f HORNS 2F0R15C POPPY SEED 00( Finger RollsD0Z16 RICH CREAMY SILVER LAYER CAKE 79 SALT RISING gM mm , Bread 15 lilA flttrgiii TENDERIZED JASMINE Lb HAMS Whole 59 DECKER'S IOWANA SLICED Lb. BACON uu T & P—ALL MEAT A Weiners - ol BABY BEEF ft . Short Ribs113 3 FINE FOR BARBECUE T & P—ALL MEAT A 4 Bolognaol ^ v:*' ' x x<- POSTENS . Variety Pkge.23 LIBBY'S TOMATO JUICE CAN 10 SPAM A LUNCHEON Qv MEAT SWJ 4th Of July CUTRITE ^ Lunch Roll-"] L6C LIBBY'S p Dill Pickles 25 NEW P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

cm 1TH WF*?TFB 3U U 111 V¥ELS I El\ PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE. BELLAIRE. SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD. SOUTHAMPTON. SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA ( Official Publication for the Cities of YVest University Place, Bellaire and Southside Place ) Volume 3—Number 42 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JULY 10, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year G a* Bellaire Residents To Vote On Bond Issue For Second Time Seven propositions totaling $1,- 000,000 in proposed city improve- ments will be submitted to Bellaire voters Saturday in the form of an improvement bond issue, an action instituted recently by Mayor Madi- son S. Rayburn and the board of aldermen following the voidance by the State Attorney-General of a previous bond issue. Broken down, the propositions include $350,000 in waterworks bonds; $350,000 sewer bonds; $160,000 street improvement bonds; $05,000 park bonds; $69,000 com- munity center bonds; $5,000 fire station bonds, and $1,000 city hall bonds. An eighth ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 10, 1947 5DUTH WESTER * ★ * (Tflpi 8 * Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, South gate and Adjacent Area (Official Publication for the Cities of West University Place, Bellaire and Southside Place) IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Managing Editor BILL WAGNER Reporter and Feature Editor V. C. J. NEWTON 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 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-5566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JULY 10, 1947 WUP Assessment Raise Is Sound In an editorial on September 20, 1945, we said, "If you want to dance, you've got to pay the fiddler!" We were urging, not high but adequate taxes to meet the needs of this rapidly growing area and the contingencies of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Thursday, July 10,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Long-Awaited Hall For Local Masons May Become Reality Soon Bids for the construction of a hall for the West University Ma- sonic Order will probably be sought within the next few days, it was revealed this week by John K. Mooney, lodge master, who said that the building campaign was making good progress. The lodge is currently selling shares in the proposed building at $50 per share to be retired at a fair rate of interest. In addition to the lodge auditorium, the pro- posed two-story structure will house office spaces on the upper floor and two store spaces on the lower floor. Deadline for the pur- chase of the building stock has been set for Tuesday, Mr. Mooney said. "We are highly pleased with the building drive results," he added, "and we hope to be into our new home by the end of the year." The building will be constructed on the east side of Edloe Street be- tween University and Rice Boule- vard. PLUMBING FIXTURES • CABINET SINK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 10, 1947 Mid-Summer Exhibit At Fine Arts Museum To Open On Sunday Arrangements are being made by the Museum of Fine Arts of Houston for a special mid-summer exhibit, the La Tausca Collection of American Paintings, which will open on Sunday with a garden party and continue through Au- gust 3. Circulated by the Heller- Deltah Company, the La Tausca exhibit is considered one of the best of the business-sponsored art collections now being shown at leading museums throughout the United States. The La Tausca collection con- sists of 96 paintings by such out- standing American artists as Mil- ton Avery, Alexander Brook, Jon Corbino, Gladys Rockmore Davis, Max Ernst, Leon Kroll (whose brother resides in Houston), Doris Lee, Fletcher Martin, Raphael Soyer, Joseph Hirsch, Yasuo Kuni- yoshi, Max Weber, John Sloan, Reginald Marsh, and the well- known Texas artist, Everett Spruce, now instructing at the University of Texas. The opening party will be held ...

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

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 10, 1947 Local Residents To Join Education Society At University of Houston Five residents of the South- western section this week were in- vited to join the Honor Society in Education of the University of Houston, it was announced by Dr. A. L. Kerbow of 3220 Rice, one of the sponsors of the society. Included in the group were Mrs. Josephine Bader of 6403 Buffalo Speedway, Mrs. Minerva Black of 2812 Nottingham, Gus C. Cox of 3757 Plumb, Miss June Williams of 1902 Rice and Mrs. R. C. Rid- ley of 3315 Amherst. In order to join the society, the education student must show su- perior scholarship, character and qualities of leadership. Some people go around in cir- cles. Others get circles from going around. DR. ROBERT E. DORAN CHIROPRACTOR COLONIC IRRIGATIONS HOURS lO TO 12-1 TO 5 DAILY MONDAY. WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENING HOURS 7 TO 8 PHONE J. 2-8356 2046 WEST ALABAMA CORNER SHEPHERD MEMfeER TEXAS STATE CHIROPRACTIC ASSOCIATION Smart Wallpaper Q...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Thursday, July 10,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 • I • I • Funeral Services Held For Former Resident Mrs. Vivian Moore of Bruni, Texas, formerly of 3204 Byron in West University Place, died last Thursday in her home following an illness of several months. Fu- neral services were held Saturday at Trinidad, Colorado. She is survived by her husband, Clark W. Moore, a petroleum en- gineer and construction superin- tendent. Two daughters also sur- It's so easy to place an ad in the Times classified section. Just call Keystone 3-6566. Too Tired When Gen. Brenhon Somervell, chief of the Army Service Forces, retired after his grueling job of supply, he was a weary figure. Another general inquired of his plans. "I'm going to take it easy," re- plied Somervell. "For six weeks I'm just going to sit on the porch. After that, I'm going to start rock- ing—slowly!" ★ How little do my countrymen know what precious blessings they are in possession of and which no other people on earth enjoy. — Thoma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 10, 1947 Southgate Man Buys Piney Point Road Home E. J. Gracey of 2420 Swift in Southgate, retired oil operator and rancher, last week announced the Visit DAVIDSON'S for DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, PITTSBURGH PAINTS and GARDEN SUPPLIES. BRICHMOND' M. 2-0143 End of Bus Line purchase of a two - story brick colonial residence on a 20 - acre tract at Piney Point Road and Westheimer. The consideration was $84,000. The house includes four bed- rooms, three baths, a paneled den and two kitchens. There is a pecan and pear orchard, stable, a brick clubhouse, a barbecue pit and a two-story barn. In addition to the proposed con- struction of a $30,000 swimming pool, Mr. Gracy plans to conduct breeding experiments with pure- bred Brahman cattle. * Professor—Every man in this college could get a job with the city if he wanted it. Student—Now, isn't that a rath- eping statement? COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRING Fender & Body Work—Tune- Up Service — Brake Service— Igni...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Thursday, July 10,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Fooled Him A Texan heard that a factory in Freemont, Ohio, was interested in buying bullfrog skins. He wired the bullfrog company that he could supply any quantity up to 100,000 on demand. Needing the skins bad- ly, the factory wired him to send the whole 100,000. About ten days later, a single dried little frog came through the mail with a rather pathetic letter: "Gents: I'm sorry about this, but here's all the frog skins there were. The noise sure fooled me." (fyuncA (ZaCencta* BELLAIRE BAPTIST 4820 Locust F. A. Tippen, Pastor Sunday School . . . 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship ... 11 a. m. Training Union ... 7 p. m. Evening Worship ... 8 p. m. Mid-week Prayer Service . Wednesday . . . 7:30 p. m. \On WS /vfafXl !z 'Hi 3 ftm don't need a dete< -ecords and albums . . ive to Iocatc the latest name recordings or clasi visit the STEVENS RECORD & RADIO SHOP. RECORDS RADIOS 61] 5 Kirbu * for B*1ttrf/otna entertainment" K 39669 r ATTENTIO...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 10, 1947 To the Point A devoted wife is one who is always anxious to get home to her husband . . . she's afraid he might be enjoying her absence. Funny, isn't it, how often a nar- row mind and a wide mouth seem to go together? Know the hazards of your job . . . don't learn they by accident! When some people are alone with their thoughts the process could be described as "boring from within." Be wary of a woman's final de- cision. It very seldom agrees with the one following it. -A Use TIMES Classified Ads. SPECIAL MEETING New Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie To Be Organized In West University Place LEGION HALL IN WEST UNIVERSITY July 14th at 8:15 P. M. Everyone Invited. Bring Your Friends FOR PARTICULARS OR OTHER INFORMATION Call .... Preston 8937 We Have the Newest in F. M. RADIOS R.C.A. VICTOR CONSOLE Frequency Modulation 10 Tube—Combination. R.C.A. VICTOR TABLE MODEL Frequency Modulation—7 Tube *481 $101 94 5 433; G.E. CONSOLE Frequency Mo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Thursday, July 10, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Let's Get Acquainted v>>>* & H With nary a child nor a chick of his own Dr. Russell Winston is o*e of the most popular "fathers" of the section, as he has adopted 300 members of the Teen-Age Can- teen as his "children." The en- thusiasm of this energetic young man for the canteen is readily ap- parent whenever he begins to talk about his charges. He gives, not only of his time, but also of him- self to make the organization a success, and the results of his la- bors have certainly not been in vain. Doc was born in Houston July 30, 1919, and became one of the earliest residents of West Univer- sity Place when he moved with his YOUR REPAIR WORK Is Juat A Important A* tha Purchase of a New Instrument Houston Band House R. E. (BOB) SENAY Our Expart Rapairmen ara Specialists in Rebuilding and Repairing ol All Inatrumenta. Work Moderately Priced and Guaranteed family to 3031 Carnegie when he was a year and a half old. He grad...

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

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 10, 1947 Methodist Churches Join In Sponsoring Youth Activity Week Starting Monday A Youth Activity Week, spon- sored by Bellaire Methodist, West University Methodist and Bering Memorial Methodist churches will b ? launched Monday. The theme of the program will be "We Test Our Lives by Thine," and will be brought out in the various interest groups headed by four Methodist teachers and Rev. Ed McClesky of FINE WINES AND LIQUORS UNIVERSITY PLACE LICICCSTORE 'ptiettdCcf Scwice 2521 BISSONNET HADLEY 1000 < UKBH THE TWINS by- E.O WILLIS & SON Hctv> uour rncwu back; It % worth fifty ccntj to have you think you hove the -^^housc to yomtlvtsl elves.. Anything you buy at E. O. WILLIS & SON is worth the cost. We carry many things you need in the auto accessory line and sell them at prices that not only allow us our share of profit, but assure you of sizable savings. E.O.WILLIS & SON HUMBLE *su£i* STATION •'SHORTY'- OPEN 7A.M.to 10P.M...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Thursday, July 10, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 DARK CORNERS TO BE LIGHTED SOON Installation of 85 WUP Street Lights Makes Good Progress Approved moref than a year ago, the installation of 85 new street lights in West University Place was half completed this week with the entire project scheduled to be finished within 30 days and the lights placed in operation. Com- pletion of the work will give the city 211 street lights for an esti- mated 411 intersections. The new lights are being in- stalled free of charge by the Hous- ton Lighting and Power Company under a plan based on gross rev- enues which the light company re- ceives from the city. Despite the approval of the in- stallation in December of 1945, the project was only recently be- gun due to numerous complaints from residents of the city over having the light poles placed in BLASINGAME DRUG STORE AND DRUG SUPPLIES Homer Blasingame, Prop. Bellaire Blvd. at Edloe Phone M. 2-2200 ornamental type street lights. The total overhe...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 10, 1947 Wham! "The touch of that nurse's hand cooled my fevered brow instantly." "Yeah, we heard the slap all over the ward." Statistics Out Bus Driver—How old are you, little girl? Passenger—I'll pay full fare and keep that information to myself. APPLIANCE REPAIRS AND SALES ATTIC FAN SALES and INSTALLATION • LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR • SUPERIOR PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CO. 2307 MORGAN L. 74M Years of Experience and Scores of Satisfied Cus- tomers is Your Assurance of First-Class Work I 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 If you sew the buttonholes of coat sweaters together before washing, they will not stretch. Thickening for soups and gravies may be made quickly by beating equal amounts of flour and wat...

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