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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Thursday, July 31, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 ■ •St • TfJjieeC&i d 8380 SOUTH MAIN Intersection With O. S. T. Houston Liquor Store No. 2 OFFERS 8380 SOUTH MAIN Intersection With O. s. T. BUDWEISER CASE OF 24 BOTTLES Q50 HAMM'S BEER 350 Cans This is the Finest Beer we ever tasted Case of 24 98 SOUTHERN SELECT AND GRAND PRIZE CASE OF 24 BOTTLES 250 STRICTLY CASH AND CARRY, PLEASE~D0NT FORGET T0 BRING YOVR EMPTIES -OTHERWISE A DEPOSIT IS NECESSARY. 14% AMERICAN ROSE APPLE WINE FULL FIFTH Case of 12 Fifths 2.28 Here is the store doing it— 'PADRE Bottled at the Winery Port— Muscatel Sherry 998 150 im GALS. I Vs. GALS GLADSTONE PURE GRAIN G I N 85 PROOF Fifths 8380 South Main—Intersection With 0. S. T. (2 BLOCKS SOUTH OF PRINCE'S DRIVEIN) Apple Jack BRANDY 86 Proof 1 25 PINTS ONLY J| WHILE THEY LAST Another Big Shipment of CANADIAN CLUB 90.4 PROOF Fifths 4 98 Proof OLD RPY fifths 5-STAR HAIG & HAIG and WHITE HORSE 86 PROOF 59 Fifths 5 OLD MR. BOSTON Bourbon Joe LIQUEUR 1 4/5 P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 31, 1947 TEEN TALK By CHARLES TAPLEY . . . Thanks a million, JEAN when you know such swell people CUNDALL, for being so swell and finding a recording of "Once In Awhile" by the Denning Sisters for me. And to NOLLA ANDER- SON, here's tons of thanks for parting with it. Golly, the world sure can be beautiful, especially Electrical Appliances REPAIRED EXPERT WIRING LAWNMOWER SHARPENING GEIST ELECTRIC CO. M. 2-2718 ■ 115 Sixth St M. 2-2200 Bell&irc . . . Speaking of hard to find rec- ords one of our readers would cer- tainly appreciate it if someone could find "Prisoner Of Love" by the Ink Spots and be willing to part with it. Look—look—look. From Wimberly, Texas, PAT HEPINSTALL sends a big hello to all her friends down here, and says she wishes they could be with her to enjoy the swell time. . . . SUE HEATHCOTT writes from far-off Tennessee and her story differs little from that of PAT'S as far as fun goes. SUE says she won't forget that sta...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Thursday, July 31,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 I • • • 0 • "r^eie '4 TOkexe tyou 'CI 0pc«tct tyocvi Tteto MULBERRY MANOR IN e* t BELLAIRE Drive out BISSONNET—RICHMOND ROAD to MULBERRY MANOR First Community just past West University Place. Take AUDEN BUS direct to property. WHERE A LOT OF HOME AND A LOT OF LIVING- MEET THE NEEDS OF TODAY AT THE PRICE YOU CAN PAY! 2W % FOR YOUR MONEY! An interior view (above) of well constructed attrac tive hom Street scene of completed homes on Mulberry Lane (right) NO CASH DOWN FOR VETERANS $8600 AS LOW AS $52.12 MONTHLY CONVENTIONAL LOANS FOR CIVILIANS OUTSTANDING FEATURES • Spacious 60 x 120 Lots 9 Beautifully landscaped with Shrubs and St. Augustine grass 0 Concrete Paved Streets, Curbs, and Driveways • Solidly Built on Reinforced Concrete Slab • Rock Lath and Plaster throughout 9 Screened Porches and Breezeways • Rock Wool Insulation 0 Roomy Closets and Cabinets • Weatherstripped Doors • Large Garages with Overhead Doors • Complete Heating Uni...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 31,1947 ALL SIZES OF ROLL FILM ONE DAY SERVICE PHOTO FINISHING CAPITOL PHOTO SUPPLIES 4414 S. Main J. 2-4711 Next to Delman Theatr# Open 'till 8 P.M. Daily— 10 P.M. Thursday & Saturday Burglars Miss Good Bet In Unlocked Door Burglars who have found things a bit tough recently in The Village since the institution of the night patrol service, missed a good bet Saturday night. Making his rounds about 1:45 a. m., A. H. Chelette, member of the patrol, discovered the rear door of the Western Auto Store on Amherst in The Village unlocked and standing open. Stationing a guard at the door, Mr. Chelette entered the estab- lishment in hopes that the burg- lar, if there was one, was still in the building. He found nothing. The manager was notified, made a check, but found nothing missing. Surmising that the door was probably left open by accident, Of- ficer Chelette breathed a sigh of relief as the patrol's record of not a single burglary in The Vil...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Thursday, July 31,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 When There's A Glow, They Gotta Go Where there's smoke there's fire and where there's fire there's us- ually the West University volun- teer fire department, whether the fire's in West University or not. J. H. Carrigan, West University police officer, cruising along Kirby Drive at 4.20 a. m. Tuesday, spot- ted a fire in the Robert H. Ray Exploration Company at 5910 Kir- by. Since the firm is in Houston, Officer Carrigan immediately called the Houston police dispatch- er over his car radio. He was aid- ed by A. H. Chelette, member of The Village night patrol. Either acquainted with the eag- erness of the West University fire fighters or unfamiliar with his city's boundary line, the dispatch- er called the West University fire station. Rather than take up valu- able time in explaining that the fire was a job for the Houston de- partment, the alarm was sounded and within minutes two trucks and 20 men from West University were at the fir...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 31,1947 Mrs. Peterson To Leave For Meet Of State Druggists Mrs. Vemer C. J. Peterson of 2408 Dryden in Southgate will leave this week to attend the State convention of the Texas Pharma- ceutical Association which is being held in Fort Worth Monday, Tues- day and Wednesday. Mrs. Peterson will preside over the sessions of the group's auxiliary of which she is president. Events scheduled in connection with the convention include a meet- ing of the officers and executive board of the auxiliary Monday in Mrs. Peterson's hotel suite. Mrs. Peterson will be honored at a president's reception Monday eve- ning. Included in the three-day pro- gram will be an election and in- stallation of officers of State Chapter No. 25 of the National Association of Retail Druggist Women's Organization. Mrs. Pet- erson is also president of this group. During the 14 months Mrs. Pet- erson has been head of the State association auxiliary, two new aux- iliaries have bee...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

I Thursday, July 31, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 Mrs. Lucia To Entertain Ishpeming Club Members Mrs. Vincent Lucia, Jr., of 2301 Wroxton in Southampton will be hostess Tuesday to the monthly meeting of the Ishpeming Club at which time a fall social calendar will be organized. The club last week entertained with an outdoor supper at Mc- Gregor Park. Honored guests were Mrs. Margaret Surels, Mrs. pel Prosperi, Mrs. Vincent Rosheager, Mrs. J. B. Zeller, M rs. Eugene Schiavone, Miss Loyce Watkins, Miss Marjorie Kazmieroski, Miss Bicki Norton, Miss Georgia Smith and Miss Bessie Roach. if Rates on Times classified ad- vertising are 50 cents for 21 words, $1.00 for 45 words. FOR GOOD JEWELRY Visit our store, in the Rice Boulevard Shopping Center, for your needs in moderately priced watches, bands, bracelets, rings and a wide variety of personal and gift items. WATCH REPAIRING R. J. FURBY 2524 Rice Blvd. In The Village Lehigh 4413 SLEEP COOL -KEEP COOL with the Westinghouse MOBILAIRE FA...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 31, 1947 Nowadays it's easier to find a better half than good quarters. Notice to Property Owners Of This District II you are contemplating selling your kome or Iota get in touch with ua once aa we can give you the market price ol your property. We have heaa at this location for over IS years ami we knew this territory. 2S yi real eeti West University Place Building & Realty Co. Buflalo and University M. Z-2SD JANEY'S JOTTINGS- "Wonder if they've been missing us downtown," mused Dotty Din- gle, speaking of life in the suburbs. "We don't ever go any more. We do all our shopping out here—we can get our food, clothes, furni- ture, drugs, notions, what-nots and sundries right here in the neigh- borhood, so we don't go downtown any more at all. Hardly ever. Not even to shows. Wonder if they've been missing us? "Used to, when they saw us com- ing, the salespeople and ticket For Your Convenience ALBA INVITES CHARGE ACCOUNTS When you need Flower...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Thursday, July 31, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 Unconcerned . A Govornment crop inspector visited an East Texas farmer and began asking questions. "Do you people around here have trouble with insects getting! in your corn?" "We sure do," said the farmer, "but we jes' fishes 'em out and ' drinks it anyhow." Attend National Lions Convention PLUMBING FIXTURES • CABINET SINKS • Church Closet Seats Pee Gee Paints E. BETTENCOURT 2522 Bissonnet K. 3-3993 For A COMPLETE MEAL That Is Both Wholesome And Tasty BREAKFAST LUNCHEON or DINNER Always A Good Selection of Meats and Vegetables LOWRY'S CAFETERIA A RESTAURANT 2529 Rice H 00M zoning. Some 20 property owners on the west side of Kirby have filed a suit seeking to break the zoning restrictions claiming that because of the general nature of the surrounding territory, much of which is business, the street should be opened for commercial construction. apped just as they were ready to leave for the national Lions con- vention in San Francisc...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 31,1947 A friend is same enemies. person with the .,, T&eddittyd Will take care of all de- tails for the ceremony, rehearsal and reception. j WE ALSO TAKE CAKE of TEAS and RECITALS PHONE OUR COUNSELOR K. 3-0784 Local Man Solves Problem About What To Do The Day After The Night Before How many times have you arisen in the morning after the night be- fore with a coated tongue, bleary eyes and a head with a trip ham mer pounding inside it? How many times has the little woman said, "I told you not to take that last one?" Well, friend, if the shoe fits and you've been guilty of over- indulging, don't worry about it, You now have a friend. Made to order for that nebulous condition commonly termed "hang-over," is the scheme recent- ly worked out by J. F. Hury of FULLER BRUSHES UNIVERSITY PLACE NORTH OF UNIVERSITY BLVD. W. S. SMITH PHONE F. 0400 Seruuty "BeCCafae W s4dj<ice*tt rfteaA Faith American Lutheran Church Sunday School 9:00 A.M. Morni...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Thursday, July 81,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 Southside Men Will Select Nominees For Park Board Election A nominating committee, ap- pointed last month, Wednesday will submit a list of candidates to members of the Southside Place Men's Club for approval. The nominees will represent the club as its candidates for positions on the Southside Park Board. Three vacancies will exist on the board in September. Retiring will be board members Preston Plumb, Jr., Russell Dorf and J. A. Whitson, whose terms have ex- pired. The vacancies will be filled at the' annual election meeting of the 300 members of the park associa- tion in September. The Women's Civic Club of Southside Place will have one candidate. Other candi- dates may be nominated from the floor. Ripley Woodard, city attorney of Southside, will have charge of the program Wednesday. The meeting will be held at 8 p. m. in the Southside Park clubhouse. Teacher: "Robert, here is an example in subtraction. Seven boys went down to the...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Page IS SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 31, 1947 JITTER By Arthur Pointer S/LL.V, REG'LAR FELLERS By bene Byrnes <t& MISTER. I KNOW , WHAT I'LL DO I LL CATCH TH'CUV AN' HAVE HIM ARRESTED/ SONE^ I Lu WAIT AS U3NS AS- ah! I've sot mm; M'FAeIN! FKoeiT Sib« Sew luHt* Am prt w «o> By Bud risher MUTT AND JEFF O.K.. MUTT. ^ you HAVE VERY LONG LEGS- JEFF; YOU'RE V YEK, I SOIN' MIGHTY WANNA FAST DOWN / TRY OUT HILL' r-=Rz\ A NEW BRAKE.I MUTT, WILL YoU RIDE WITH ME IN MY CAR? I,WANNA TRY OUT A NEW jr^ SuR£ BRAKE WELL, GO AHEAD AND TRY IT.' -STieK Your foot OUT AND LET IT 0 —, DRAG ALONG • ^ V THE GUTTER! Say You Saw It In The Times ANTS AND ROACHES TERMITE CONTROL RELIABLE BONDED SERVICE Telephone J. 2-4355 for Complete Information WEST UNIVERSITY PEST CONTROL BUDDY GLASS — VAL CARLSON — PAT GLASS, Own.™ Exchange Club Will Receive Charter At Meeting Next Month The South End Exchange Club, recently organized for men of the South portion of Houston, will be presented its charter on ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Thursday, July 31,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 (?/iu>tc6, @alettcUvi BELLAIRE BAPTIST 4820 Locust F. A. Tippen, Pastor Sunday School . . . 9:45 a. in. 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. m m m BELLAIRE PRESBYTERIAN Rice at Bellaire Blvd. Edwin Albright, Pastor Sunday School . . . 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship ... 11 a. m. Sermon: "Christianity—Something Different." Youth Services ... 7 p. m. CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN Roberts School, Greenbriar at Addison Kenneth C. Larson, Pastor Divine Worship ... 9:30 a. m. Sermon: "While The Master Is 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-...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 July 1947

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 31,1947 mi ^ SUPER SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY -• FRIDAY -- SATURDAY FOR YOUR SHOPPING COMFORT OUR STORE IS AIR-CONDITIONED A LOIN OR RIB END 1 Of PORK ROAST - 43' SWIFT PREMIUM BOLOGNA Lb. 39' BRANDED VEAL Al". SIRLOIN STEAK - 65' NORTHERN LEAN —FINE FOR BOILING SALT PORK Lb. 25' NORTHERN CORN-FED Center Cuts J PORK CHOPS - 49' mnnnsnnu Dressed Fresh Daily In Our Own Plant NICE SIZE CALIFORNIA ORANGES 2- 29* LARGE SIZE—GRAVENSTEIN APPLES -30' THOMPSON SEEDLESS GRAPES 2-29' FIRM GREEN CABBAGE 2-13' F LOTI ..WHOLE-- No. 2Vz ToffTe 43° Pound Vacuum Tin TEXAS STANDARD No- 2 Can £ m MIRACLE WHIP Salad Pint Dressing Jar 29" RATH'S BLACK HAWK LUNCHEON 12 oz MEAT Tin 32' ROSEDALE PEAS 2-25' QUICK ACTION GULF SPRAY ® 25' BAKE RY SPECIALS BAKED FRESH IN OUR OVENS HOURLY BANANA NUT CAKE £-79 SNOW BALLS 3 • 25c POUND OR MARBLE CAKE 29' CLOVERLEAF ROLLS -19° Ideal in Cans! v Your dogs lie '-COURSE MEAL ' ' PRICES REDUCED on these LEVER PRODUCTS RINSO LUX LIFE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

5DUTHWESTER 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 46 HOUSTON, TEXAS, AUGUST 7, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year < u> ( Legion Committees Will Meet This Week To Outline Plans For Fair To Be Held In Village With a tentative date set for the last of September and the first of October, committees from the John R. Burkett Post 77 of the Ameri- can Legion this week will meet to complete specific details for the Village Fair, a western style com- munity get-together to be sponsor- ed jointly by the Legion post and merchants in The Village. According to Dr. D. E. Taylor, the site of the fair will be on the large vacant area between Times Boulevard and Amherst bordering Kelvin Drive in The Village. The weeds will be cut to accommodate carnival rides and concess...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 7, 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 6, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-5566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, AUGUST 7, 1947 Local Pollution Drive In Spotlight Thanks, Houston Post, for your fair story on pollution last week in which you gave credit to the Southwestern section for the progress our cities have made in correcting sewage disposal problems. Almost two years ago—when Frank J. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

Thursday, August 7, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 • • • • • • • \ • • • © • RAMBLING.... Visiting in the section recently were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. del Castillo, former residents now re- siding in Albuquerque, New Mex- ico. They visited their daughter, Mrs. H. W. Fahrenthold of Hous- ton . . . Recuperating nicely in a Hous- ton hospital is John H. Simpler of 4142 Marquette after an appen- dectomy . . . "Pal" Bannister shook hands with each of his 15 guests last week at a party on the occasion of his seventh birthday. Sporting a big red bow around his neck, Pal received gifts of rubber bones and balls and a nice portion of sirloin steak.'' An individualist, Pal last year forced his owners, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bannister of 2727 Caro- Electrical Appliances REPAIRED EXPERT WIRING LAWNMOWER SHARPENING GEIST ELECTRIC CO. M. 2-2718 or M. 2-2260 115 Sixth St. Bellaire PMW Vacuum Cleaners, Mix-Masters, Fans, Lamps and other electri- cal appliances repaired. HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP 6111 KIRBY NEAR R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 7, 1947 Use Times Classified Ads Opening Soon . . . TEXAS TOT TIDIERS DIAPER SERVICE 2133 RICHMOND AVE. ATTENTION: Mothers-to-be This shop is exclusively for you . . . and features • DRESSES • PLAYSUITS • SLACKSUITS • MATERNITY SLIPS • GIRDLES • PANTS • NURSING BRAS Shop in Comfort at THE MATERNITY MART RICE BOULEVARD SHOPPING CENTER 2522 rice blvd. J. 2-2048 Alto LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH Finis Written On Long Legal Battle, Bellaire Vs. Edge The books were closed Tuesday on a 15-month legal battle between the City of Bellaire and Gordon Edge, owner of the Richmond Grill at 4811 Old Richmond Road, over the city's zoning ordinances when Mr. Edge appeared in court and paid a $100 fine plus costs. District Judge Ben F. Wilson last month fined Mr. Edge $100 for failing to comply with a court order to close his business since it was in violation of the zoning ordi- nance. The legal struggle began in May of i946 in a Houston district court and ul...

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

Thursday, August 7, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 FOR YOUR THEATRE ENTERTAINMENT DAY VILLAGE TOWER ALABAMA DELMAN RIVER OAKS THU. "VALLEY OF DECISION" 1:00, "STALLION ROAD" 1:30 "STALLION ROAD 1:30. "BLAZE OF NOON" 1:35. "UNDER THE RED ROBE" 1:46, FRI. "FARMER'S DAUGHTER" 1:24, 3:25, 5.26, 7:27, 9:28. SAME AS ABOVE "BLAZE OF NOON" 1:40, 3:35, 5:35, 7:30, 9:30. SAME AS ABOVE "THE ADVENTU- RESS" 1:27, 3:29, 5:31, 7:33, 9:35. SAT. SAME AS ABOVE "HIGH BAR- BAREE" 1:00,2:45, 4:30, 615, 8:00, 9:45. SAME AS ABOVE "HIGH BAR- BAREE" 2:16, 4:05, 5:54, 7:53, 9:52. SAME AS ABOVE SUN. "STALLION ROAD" 1:36, 3:33, 5:31, 7:28, 9:25. SAME AS ABOVE "TRAIL STREET" 1:00, 2:40, 4:25, 6:05, 7:50, 9:35. "HIGH BAR- BAREE" 1:34, 3:35, S:36, 7:37, 9:38. SAME AS ABOVE MON. SAME AS ABOVE SAME AS ABOVE SAME AS ABOVE SAME AS ABOVE SAME AS ABOVE TUE. SAME AS ABOVE SAME AS ABOVE "THE LATE GEO- RGE APLEY" 1:30, 3:30, 5:25, 7:25, 9:25. "IMPERFECT LADY" 1:14 3:20, 5:26, 7:32, 9:38. SAME AS ABOVE WED. "DISHONORED LAD...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

Page G SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 7, 1947 Work brings to a man the great blessings of health, happiness and what he wants. ATTIC FANS Maintenance and Repair* All Types of ELECTRIC APPLIANCES REPAIRED Call J. A. (Jim) METCALF Licensed Maintenance Electrician Shop Phone K. 3-2000 If no answer call M. 2-3974 2717 B1SSONNET Antique Dress Owned By Local Woman Mrs. Paul Teas Has Garment Made In England Years Ago Styles in women's clothing I are definitely changing. Skirts and waists have no- ticeably lengthened. The shop- per who buys a dress now can probably see a resem - blance to the attire that Ma wore when she and Pa were court- ing some 20 or 30 years ago. I Well, it's okay to go that far back but the general make-up of THEY JUMPED from tall buildings in 1929 as they contemplated their losses. Let us do your jumping today. "Ikauic t «5e Suit robe - ardner 719 CHELSEA BLVD. Phones: L. (Next to Little Theatre) L. "If your risk is insurable we will take it" It would be a slim ...

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