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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 July 1947

Thursday, July 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 ♦ • Wh atever th e need . . . if financial consult the UNIVERSITY STATE BANK *HOME LOANS— For the construction, or remodeling of your home. Existing mortgages also refinanced. We finance the purchase of household ap- pliances. * COMMERCIAL LOANS— We encourage businessmen, new comers and old - timers, alike, to use our facilities in financing business enterprises, and in the construction or enlarging of buildings. * AUTOMOBILE LOANS— Let us finance your next car, whether new or used. We also make loans on the one you own now. You will find this service prompt and reasonable. Consult us now! * PERSONAL LOANS— A University State Bank loan is a fast, thrifty financial lifesaver. A loan costs so little—eliminate your scattered debts and pay one obligation this sensible way. DIRECTORS Wm. M. Dickey John S. Dunn A. J. Eastham Wm. G. Farrington M.M.Feld L. Goldston W. L. Goldston E. J. Gracey Homer E. Ley Wendel D. Ley L. H. William# Univer...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 July 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 24, 1947 Southside Vocalist Plays Lead In Summer Opera Presentation The Summertime Light Opera Company will climax a bright sec- ond season on Saturday night, when it concludes a four-night pres- entation of Jerome Kern's spar- kling extravaganza, "Roberta," in the air-conditioned Music Hall. Bettye Hairston of 3773 Ingold, lovely Houston singer who has risen in two seasons from a mem- ber of the chorus to leading lady, will be heard opposite Joe Prince in the lead role. Mrs. Hairston literally "stopped the show" with her performance as Julie in Sig- mund Romberg's "The New Moon" and again in this year's produc- tion of "The Vagabond King." Mr. Prince is an ex-G.I. and now a voice major at the Conservatory of Music. LOEW'S Second SMASH Week CLARK GABLE DEBORAH KERR in MGM'i 'The Hucksters" Sidney Greenstreet Adolph Menjou Ava Gardner BETTYE HAIRSTON "Roberta" is strictly 20th cen- tury afcd has as its principal char- acter an American footba...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 July 1947

Thursday, July 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 Village Hat Designer Goes On Business Trip Mrs. May Zimmerman of 5817 Pordham, hat designer for Scheps' in The Village, left Sunday on a business trip to Dallas, St. Louis and Chicago. While in Chicago, Mrs. Zimmer- man will attend classes in hat styl- ing conducted by a large millinery firm in that city. She will return next week. A minimum expenditure of 50 cents will purchase advertising in the Times classified section. record round-up of Hear these Columbia stars at /our favorite music store: ALBUM SETS "GENE AUTRY'S WESTERN CLASSICS" Set C-120 "BOB WILLS ROUNDUP" with Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys. — Set C-128 SINGLES "Po' Folks" and "There's a Big Rock in the Road," by Roy Acuff and his Smoky Mountain Boys. "Maybe, Baby It's /Me," and "Love Lanes of Yesterday," by A1 Dexter. "Gotta Have Something" and "Sweetheart Darlin" by Floyd Tillman 2419 Rice Blvd. Beauty Contest ft Mavalene Miles, above, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Gas...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 July 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 24, 1947 Fifty cents buys 21 words in our classified ad column. Ttolm't BARBECUE OPEN MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY—« a. m. TO 9 p. m. SUNDAY—12 TO 9 p.m. "You've Tried the Rest— Now Try the Best" 2424 Rice Blvd. J. 2-2959 Bellaire Young People Attend Church Conclave Nine young people of the Bel- laire Presbyterian Church and their pastor, Rev. Edwin W. Al- bright, this week are attending a young people's conference at Pa- lacios, Texas. Included in the group are Betty Burke, Sue Redden, Lucius B. Day, Jr., Robert Brimberry, Patricia Hewitt, Felix Trousdale, Carolyn Savage, Joyce Sadler and Don Bas- tian. The group will return Saturday. 2425 RICE BOULEVARD (Across From Village Postoffice) featuring : • UPHOLSTERING • SLIP COVERS • DRAPERIES • CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE Let us recover your furniture in smart new fabrics priced at a reasonable figure. We can build any type chair or sofa, using any fabric or color, as our range of styles is unlimited. Let...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 July 1947

Thursday, July 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 ' Faith Lutheran Church To Canvass Bellaire Area Beginning Next Monday A church survey of the entire Bellaire area to be made by Faith American Lutheran Church will be launched Monday and will con- tinue through August 8, it was announced this week by Rev. Roll- and L. Miesel, pastor. Organized to serve Bellaire more than a year ago, the church is making its first extended canvass since its found- ing. The survey, according to Rev- erend Miesel, will be made chief- ly to determine the number of Lu- therans living in Bellaire and the number that are prospects for this Lutheran mission congregation; the number of families not attend- ing any church, and the number of children not receiving regular Sunday School instruction. By the streets of "by and by" one arrives at the house of "never." —Cervantes. YOUR REPAIR WORK la Juat Aa Important Aa tha Purchaae of a Now Inatrumont Houston Band House R. E. (BOB) SENAY Our Expert Repairmen are...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 July 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 24, 1947 Mrs. Emma Cook Buried In Claremore, Oklahoma Mrs. Emma E. Cook, 76, mother of Mrs. Merle R. Church of 3703 Elmora in Southside Place, died last week in the home of her daughter. Funeral services and burial were in Claremore, Okla- homa, Saturday. In addition to Mrs. Church, she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. India Pickering of Arkansas City, Kansas, and Mrs. Abba Odom of Claremore. Two grandchildren also survive. # Forgiveness is the perfume that the trampled flower casts back upon the foot that crushed it. No man can be conservative un- less he has something to lose. RENT-IT CENTER Party Items Household Appliances Camping Equipment Portable POWER Tools REASONABLE RENTALS BY THE HOUR, DAY OR WEEK Call us for the things you need and would like to rent. 2515 TIMES BLVD. J. 2-3566 In The Village Out 'pcleA (Two Years Ago This Week) Mayor A. L. Kerbow of West University Place announced tenta- tive negotations for the purchase of a tra...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 July 1947

Thursday, July 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 Neighbors And Firemen Save Talbot Street Home .. Demonstrating for a Times' photographer how he effectively used a garden hose to combat a fire in his neighbor's home is Humbert Conner, above, 13-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Conner of 2621 Talbot. Humbert's quick action with the hose was credited with saving the home of Albert Stelfox of 2716 Talbot when flames broke out in the kitchen while the owners were away on a vacation. Hum- bert, known to his friends as "Skipper," had the blaze under control when firemen arrived. He was assisted by his mother and other neighbors before the West University volunteer fire department took Read and use Times Classified Ads for quick results. Expert Repair Work VACUUM CLEANERS, TOASTERS, LAMPS, WASHING MACHINES, IRONS and FANS Floor Polisher Rentals—50c a Day There Is No "Equal" For A Genuine Part G. I. JACKSON APPLIANCE REPAIR SERVICE 3833 Browning M. 2-2205 Che/ Van Agoplan suggest* CH...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 July 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 24, 1947 Askit Basket Has Busy Week The Southwestern Times' Askit Basket, launched two weeks ago and designed to answer questions about the Southwestern section, continued to prove popular with readers this week as many diversi- fied questions flowed into the Times' office. Picked at random from the many questions are these queries: Q. What is the number of the new Rent-It Center? A. Jackson 2-3566. Q. Where can I find a place to live? A. Try the Times classified ads. Q. Can persons of Mexican de- scent purchase homes in West Uni- versity? A. There is no city ordinance prohibiting it. Q. Who is the president of the Roberts P.-T. A.? A. Mrs. George Wright. Got a question? The number is Keystone 3-5566 Say you saw it in the Times! In working with plywood it is well to remember that even the very best grades have defects on one side while the other side is nearly perfect. * * * When ripping snap fasteners from discarded clothing, keep the pairs...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 July 1947

Thursday, July 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 Legal Notices— (Continued from Page 6) obtained written permission from the (c) To remove, tear down or d any pole, railing fence, wire, or property without the consent of the thereof. (d) To begin or complete the' moving of any building j onto any property in the city unless the pe installation of such building on such property in all respects complies with the ordinances of the City of Bellaire. 8. The issuance of a Permit hereunder shall not be deemed or construed to be a Permit for or an approval of any violation of this Ordinance Electrical Appliances REPAIRED EXPERT WIRING LAWNMOWER SHARPENING GEIST ELECTRIC CO. M. 2-2711 or M. 2-2290 115 Sixth St. Bellaire City of Bellaire. No Permit presuming to give authority to violate or cancel the provisions of this Ordinance or any other ordinance of the City of Bellaire shall be valid, except insofar as the work it au- thorizes is lawful, and the City Engineer may at his option and the...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 July 1947

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 24, 1947 Loves Teaching-- (Continued from Page 8) that they are an integral part of the church. Her secret is to in- terest the mothers in church at- tendance. If the mothers attend, it naturally fgllpws that the children and fathers will attend, she points out. Not particularly impressed with what probably is a record of some kind for continued Sunday School teaching, Mrs. Parker hopes to teach for the rest of her life. She spends a large part of her time on her Sunday School work. Begin- ning Monday, she studies her les- son each day during the week for the following Sunday. One day she spends in visitations. And what has her reward been for her untiring efforts over morf than a quarter of a century? "My reward comes from seeing other people grow in Christian grace," she readily answers. "There is no other thing like it." Good Question He: You are always wishing for what you haven't. She: Well, what else can one wish for? LEAVE your window...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 July 1947

Thursday, July 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 21 TEEN TALK By CHARLES TAPLEY . . . Well kids another week has rolled around in nothing flat and here I am again to spread the good word. Hold on 'cause here we go . . . t . . There's lots of good news this week and to start things off with a bang; JOAN ELLIS is well on the road to recovery after her recent illness which kept her inactive for nigh# three weeks now. It sure will be swell to see you around again, JOAN, so hurry up the good work! . . . Another convalesant who has discarded her pills (and appendix to boost) is BARBARA COLE. BAB'S really made a speedy re- covery which just shows to go you that you can't keep a good gal down!! No suh, you sho' can't! . . . Hear TOMMY FORREST had a good time in Austin—and that's good to hear! And speaking of people who have been having good times lately; JOHNNIE KIIB- LER is no exception to the rule. But who couldn't have a good time in New Braunfels? . . . PAT HEPINSTALL seems to be getting...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 July 1947

Page 22 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 24, 1947 JITTER By Arthw Pointer raysp By Gene Byrne* REG LAR FELLERS WAS TKYIN VDU NEVER. T' &ORRY A HE WANToTA CHISEL SOME. OF YOURS A HAFFA DOLLAR APIECE, OFFN HIM: WITH HIS HE'S A REG'LAR M if VEH JEFF' GIRLsf OEFFjWHO'RElort.l'M ' "Swell,i like don't 1 not at all ' Yourself? to hear a you find / since we W/UV9 n MAK1 \A7ITM VoURSELF* HAME TWO AS 1 WAS \0 /AS I savin;vJEFf; r ! WAS I old drivers license. Nothing like I feeling secure is there EMMETT? . . . JOHNNIE McGREGOR snuck off on us up to Hunt, Texas, where he turned to the ripe old age of 18 last week. Happy be- lated birthday, JOHNNIE, and here's hoping you may see many more just as happy! ... Congratulations WHITE- HEAD PLUMBING CO. baseball squad 011 the swell job you've done. Sure hope you can keep up the good work against Cherryhurst for the title. By the time this pa- per comes out we'll already know. Either it's "congratuations" or "you played a swell game — it takes a ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 July 1947

Thursday, July 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 23 I Two Black Crows Two black crows were flying cross country when a P-80 AAF Rocket went zooming past them, its jet propulsion spurting flames from its exhaust. "Boy!" exclaimed one crow, "Is that bird in a hurry!" "Uh-huh," said the other crow, "and I bet you'd be too, if your tail was on fire." "WHERE SERVICE COMES FIRST" RICE BLVD. BARBER SHOP Operated by JOE O'TELLE 2503 RICE BLVD. CLASSIFIED 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. 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. Sermon: "1 Sat Where They Sat." Youth Services ... 7 p. m. CHRIST THE KING ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 July 1947

Page 24 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 24, 1947 AirConditionedForYourComfort CITRA-GOLD CALIFORNIA ORANGE JUICE 2 No. 2 l M Q Cans dfc Jf LIBBY'S—DELIGHTFUL SUMMER DRINK LOGANBERRY JUICE 20,23c Bottle WHITE HOUSE PURE Apple Juice «?& 21^ Can SPECIALS FOR Thursday - - Friday - - Saturday ITALIAN STYLE RAVIOLIS WITH CHICKEN STAR KIST—READY GRATED TUNA 6- 37° JEFFERSON ISLAND gmg « SAL T h'-"5 FRESH GROUND Round Steak Lb. 49C FRESH CAUGHT Red Fish or Trout Lb. 53C FRESH PACKED n. 1. CRAB MEAT £ 85c Lb" 95c No. 1 NORTHERN Dry Salt BACON LB. 29'" &qIic to a J Lb. 49 Visit Our Barbecue Bar Delicious Home Made Barbecued Smoked Potato Salad Lb. 25c SAUSAGE Lb. 59C BONELESS Beef Barbecue lb 95 -sijMMkRT ..j/tNDWICH- 'FIXINGS' LIBBY'S VIENNA Sausage 2 a. 29c LIBBY'S SOUR Pickles & 31c CRYSTAL JAM Strawberry a-24c PETER PAN PEANUT Botter 31c LIBBY'S DEVILED HAM ^ 13c DEL DIXI—CUT GREEN STRINGLESS BEANS 2 s-" 25' DEL MONTE WHOLE KERNEL A «g Golden rnrn 0V^„ jl Bantam VUlll L <...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

SDUTHWE5TER 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 West University Place, Bellaire and Southside Place ) Volume 3—Number 45 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JULY 31, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription 91-00 a T« ($> Bellaire Boulevard Opened For Two-Way Traffic Bellaire Council Sells Bonds To Launch Water And Sewer Improvement Project The beginning of Bellaire's proposed large-scale improve- ment program rounded the turn into the home stretch this week as the city's government took care of an important detail, the financing of the improvements. Sold by the council Monday night was $300,000 worth of revenue bonds from the wa- ter and sewer departments of the city. The money will be turned over to the city within about 30 days, it was estimated, with actual work scheduled to be launched immediately afterwards. The money will be used to con- struct additions...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 81,1947 5DUTHWE5TER Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate 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 3-6566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JULY 31, 1947 Fire Departments Merit Praise Representatives from the three volunteer departments of the section have returned from the annual Firemen's School at A. and M. College. And returning they brought with them a three per cent credit on the fire insurance rate for each city....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Thursday, July 31, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 • I • •B • • I • •f • • • • • • • • • • l c Enjoys First Plane Trip At Eighty Years Local Resident Compares Modern Travel With Old There's quite a span between the horse and buggy days and the modern airliner era, but Rev. T. C. Mahan of 3018 Nottingham, a re- tired Baptist preacher, can tell you plenty about both periods. Just 80 years young, Reverend Mahan Friday returned from Tex- arkana in a Braniff DC-4, his first airplane ride. Born in Kentucky those 80 years ago, the pastor remembers vividly when the Wright brothers flew their first plane at Kitty Hawk. As well as he can remember, he never dreamed at the time that he would some day make use of the invention. Now Retired Reverend Mahan was ordained into the ministry on December 28, 1891. He retired from active work about five years ago after some 52 years of service to the church. The occasion of his plane ride last week was a family reunion in Texarkana where his sons and daug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 81,1947 WUP Baptist Church To Be Site For Youth Revival A youth revival planned by the young people of the Southwestern section will begin at the West University Baptist Church, 6218 Auden, Sunday and will continue through August 10. Morning services, including breakfast, will begin each morn- ing at 6 o'clock. Evening services will begin at 7:45 p.m. A team of two Howard Payne College students, S. L. Harris, youth evangelist, and Jimmy Franklin, music director, will con- duct the services. Acting youth pastors for the services are David Dean and John Lindell with Chester King as the youth organ- ist. The choir will be composed en- tirely of young people. All persons, regardless of age or faith, have been invited to attend the services. It's easy—and profitable, too— to sell, buy or rent through a Times classified ad. ATTENTION!!! BUSY STORE MANAGERS IN THE VILLAGE WANTED: Part-time accounting and bookkeeping job. Can ar- range to handle 3 or...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Thursday, July 31,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Paga 6 • • * • t • Miss Virgie Lee Emmons Attends Western School Miss Virgie Lee Emmons of 4216 Case in West University is attending a dancing school in Los Angeles, California. She will re- turn in the fall at which time she will join a Houston dancing stu- dio as instructor in advanced acro- batics. Miss Emmons has been a fea- tured soloist in the Shrine balls for the past several years. ★ Much Easier One reason why so many peo- ple are extravagant is that there are a thousand ways to spend money, and only one way to save it. RUG & CARPET CLEANING CO. DOMESTIC .nd ORIENTAL • CLEANING • BINDING • ALTERING • REPAIRING • REWEAVING • STORING Tacked Down Carpet. Cleaned on the Floor in Your Home or Office All Rugs Insured While in Our Care 2619 Bi.sonnet S. M. BERIAN, Mgr. H. 6410 BOOKKEEPING — TAX SERVICE Daily — Weekly — Monthly Harry Yonkers Company PETERSON PHARMACY BLDG. 2437% University Blvd. K. 3-1503 BE SURE! $249" MNDtX STANDARD 22...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 31,1947 Just Asking "I wonder if you could help a girl in trouble?" "Certainly, what kind of trouble do you want to get into?" Affection "Son, I'm whipping you because I love you." "Pop, I'd like to be big enough to return your love." Read and use Times Classified Ads for quick results. Featuring DERMETICS For ageless beauty! Why not come in and let us give you a complete facial and make-up ? Our Staff of Expert Operators now includes: Aline James • Lynn Evans | rice boulevard beauty shop SUE FLEMING DELGADO, Owner 2503 Rice Blvd. H.W88 THE TWINS by- E.O.WILLIS & SON I ulas lust a normal, bloodthirsty child'! J pulouldnt lektne buy that automatic machinc-guti- ■ c\)cn after told Him • • ty and skill in this E.O.WILLI S & SON ssasyi .;s; OPEN 7A.M.to 10P.M. EVERY DAY 2416 UNIVERSITY BLVD. /Vert to M/aye TA&cdrt KEYSTONE 3-26? Oct* 0ptCe4> (Two Years Ago This Week) W. E. Moreland, superintendent of the Houston Independent School ...

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