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

Thursday, August 7, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 • • # • I I JANEY'S JOTTINGS- Suddenly it's GRASS! You'd decided it would never grow. The yard would never be covered with a soft, thick, dark green carpet of St. Augustine. The bald, hard, barren spots of ground would always be just bare spots of ground. You spaded and sodded and pat- ted and rolled and fed and watered and pampered the puny sprigs of pale green. And they sickened and died. Some lived, staunchly and de- fiantly, and crept with slow feel- ers over the dirt, the good, rich loam you bought to feed the drat- ted grass. You paid enough for it to feed your family three months. Tended With Care So you watched over the scat- tered plantings. You hovered over them, anxi- ously. You fed and watered them, and when there were a few tall YOUR REPAIR WORK Is Jut Ae Important As the Purchase el a New Instrument Houston Band House R. E. (BOB) SENAY Our Kxpert Repairmen are Specialists in Rebuilding and Repairing mi AO Work Moderate...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 7, 1947 Residents Of WUP Open New Restaurant In Waco II was almost entirely a West University affair, the opening last week in Waco, Texas, of the "Chef" restaurant, newest in a chain operated by Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Byargeon of 3781 George- town. Besides Mr. and Mrs. Byargeon, West University residents attend- ing the opening were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart of 3021 Wrox- ton. Mr. Stewart handled the pub- licity for the opening. Also participating in the open- ing ceremonies was Major Collins of 2740 Carolina Way. Mr. Col- lins recently relinquished owner- ship of his own restaurant to ac- cept a position with the new "Chef." In addition to the Waco branch, "Chef" restaurants are operated in various Houston locations. Say you saw it in the Times! Heavy IOWA BEEF for your locker ifeH - Th« Village Opposite Pott Office H. 8612 FOR GOOD JEWELRY Visit our store, in the Rice Boulevard Shopping Center, for your needs in moderately priced watches, b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

Thursday, August 7, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 • t • • &zle*td<z% 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: "This Present." 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 AMERICA...

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

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 7, 1947 Shirley Allen Weds Norman Sherman In Friday Church Rites Miss Shirley Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allen of 2618 Sunset Boulevard, became the bride of Norman Sherman in a ceremony Friday morning in St. John the Divine Church. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Val Sherman of 6623 Brompton. Following a wedding trip the couple will be at home with her parents. The bridegroom's sister, Miss Val Jean Sherman, flew in from Dallas for the wedding. Doesn't Last Long Except for ice on an August day, we can't at this moment think of anything that melts as fast as the balance in one's personal checking account. No Shotgun Houses Are Mulberry Manor's In Bellaire Popular Housing Project To Include $2,000,000 Business Development Since the powerful United States armed forces atomized Japan into defeat two years ago this month, there has been a clamor and scramble for adequate housing for returning veterans and industrial workers centered in ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

Thursday, August 7, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Let's Get Acquainted • ' r W: Just about one of the busiest persons we know is Irene (Mrs. E. A.) Miller. Not only does she run a house efficiently but she also takes part in community affairs and helps her husband and her son in their businesses. A cheery sort of person, Mrs. Miller gives the impression of boundless energy and a happy outloolc on life. Mrs. Miller was born in San An- tonio and moved to Houston in 1927. The family became residents of the eection when they bought their home at 4615 Laurel in 1940. This charming lady is president of the Bellaire Home Demonstration —Photo by Ottis Stahl club, and a member of the Bel- laire Presbyterian Church and the Danish American Club. She keeps books for her husband, who is a general contractor, and for her son, Jack, 23, who conducts a telephone magazine business. Jack, injured in a dive five years ago, is con- fined to a wheel chair. The other member of the family is Patsy, eigh...

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

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 7, 1947 Improving "How did Junior make out in his latest exams?" "Oh, he's doing much better. He was almost on the top of the list of those who failed." Tree Top Kindergarten NEW LOCATION LOCUST and RICE AVE. BELLA1RE, TEXAS Opens Sept. 16, 1947 . 2-4259 L. 44 The engagement of Miss Diane Patricia Dockery to Richard R. Waters, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Waters of 2124 Dunstan in South- ampton, is announced this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Dockery. KEEP COOL!! $23.45 Robbins & Myers 12-Inch Oscillating ELECTRIC FAN Enjoy The Sunshine SUN GLASSES 79c Eliminate Sun Glare For Sealing Cracks Caulking Gun 4.95 Easy To Use FISHING TACKLE CAMPING AND HUNTING SUPPLIES Fishing License Headquarters GEORGE E. EMERY, Owner ALWAYS PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE HARDWARE 2442 BISSONNET H.3870 Departing Saturday for Mexico City with the good-will pilgrimage of Arabia Temple Shrine of Hous- ton were Mr. and Mrs. B. Maurice Boysen and daughter, Ma...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

Thursday, August 7, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 TEEN TALK By CHARLES TAPLEY . . . Anyone who saw the White head Plumbing vs. Village Mer- chants baseball tussle some week ago will testify that there was plenty of excitement for everyone. The Plumbers lost an eight to five run lead in the last frame of the last inning when the Merchants rallied for four runs to drop their foes to the final score of nine to eight. Congratulations, let's not forget DAVID ANDREW who played a whale of a game for the losers, bringing in two scores with a beautiful home run. ... It seems that BOBBY MAR- TIN has gone to the dogs lately, or at least with them. You'd most likely see him anywhere these days in an old pair of blue-jeans walk- ing his dogs and tipping his old tattered red baseball hat at the sad world. A perfect picture of peace they make—just a takin' it easy. . . . Things weren't quite the same when JACK LYNCH moved away from Houston biit last week every- thing was just like the old days w...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 7, 1947 Teen Talk -- (Continued from Page 13) nice brick walls staring you in the face all day long. What a pity, what a pity!) ... I guess I had better go be- fore they have me keeping BOB company. Be real good—and bo seeing you! Top Teen Agers . . . JACK AGNEW plus AL RUE DUKE: A familiar quota- tion these days and one which means that our teen-age personali- ties of the week make up one of the area's top couples. Seeing each other steady for over two months now, JACK supports the red and blue of Lamar while AL RUE looks ahead into the near future when she may be doing the same. At the present she follows the red and white of Pandaland. If you were to invite the both of them to a steak fry, you could expect no quicker acceptance from anyone than the one you would get from JACK and AL RUE. To feel a glossy hard wood un- der foot in the fast moving game of backetball would make JACK a happy person enjoying his fa- vorite sport. He played q...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

Thursday, August 7, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 Always soak dried fruits before adding to bread, biscuits or rolls. If they arc not soaked, they will take moisture from the bread and cause it to be dry. Angel food and sponge cakes will have an attractive, glistening crust if they are sprinkled very lightl> with granulated sugar before bak- ing. If you have no time clock oil ] range with which to regulate the baking, use an alarm clock. If juice from pies bubbles ove and starts to burn in the oven sprinkle salt over it. Some evening when there isn* much to do, why not sit yourscl down to a large sheet of paper an< pencil, and plan your meals fo the coming week. It saves lots o time, and with the help of local food store advertisements you c plan according to your budget advance. Have you ever noticed how dish cloth begins to smell sc after a couple of days' use? Ma housekeepers think that a vegeta- ble brush is preferable to the cloth and dish mop for washing dishes. Its br...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 7, 1947 Two More Stores Open In Southwestern Section This Week Two new firms are opening stores in the Southwestern section this week. Pugh's Variety Store, formerly the University Variety at 3600 University Boulevard, will open in a new building Saturday at 2415 Rice Boulevard in The Village. The store, managed by Lotta L. Stev- ens, has prepared a long list of special offers for its Saturday ^gstone floor I I *AUS O" T£RftAC£sl ~~o~_ I 'N0/V|DUA, . v and OV f signed to fit your own House Grounds. NO PAYMENT DOWN—3 YEARS TO PAY 30 years a HOUSTON builder Paul L. Hales Cn. MASONRY CONTRACTOR 1)00 BLODGETT Phone K. 35551 for information opening. W. G. and L. A. Pugh are owners of the store which is one in a chain of five. The firm has been associated with the sec- tion since November 10, 1943, when the first store was opened on Uni- versity Boulevard. Included in the store personnel are Mrs. Teresa Pennington, Mrs. Winifred Camp- bell, and ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

Thursday, August 7, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 Joyce Davis Terres Service Performed Friday Morning By Rev. R. Matthew Lynn Of widespread interest to resi- dents of the Southwestern section was the marriage Friday morning of Joyce Davis Terres, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hobart Davis, to J. Robert Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert S. H. Wilson of 3760 Ingold in Southside Place. Rev. R. Matthew Lynn perform- ed the wedding service in St. Paul's Methodist Church before an altar adorned with bouquets of white gladioli and stock and softly lighted by gleaming tapers in stan- dard candelabra. The bride, given in marriage by Weds Robert Wilson NOW AVAILABLE! WILLIAM'S FAMOUS KANSAS CITY MEATS *t THE FOOD BANK FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS 5407 Kelvin K. 3-2414 In The Village • Clean (hearing, easy ran. Ding on bill 01 level, thl precision ■ built all - steel Land mower embodies all the Jacobsen "know-how" developed in 23 years oi lawn mower manufacture. ALLEN-COX LAWNMOWER CO. 1603 Richm...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 7, 1947 JITTER By Arthur Pointer REG'LAR FELLERS mm By Gene Byrnes DON'T v/JALK UNDER. THAT LADDER., I KEEP tAV I THINK SUCH STUFr IS LOT OF HOOEY — - IT'S UNSCIENTIFIC, AH FOOUSHt 8ESIPPS- FIN6ERS CROSSED AN NOT CARRY A HUNK OF RABBIT J* SUPERSTITIOUS FOOT A 31LVER HORSESHOE JIM. ITSS BAD LUCK AN TWO FOUR-LEAF CUOVcRS By Bud Fisher MUTT AND JEFF MASKED SWEET POTATOES.1// % A SeeD AND A SPOON OF SUGAR--A SEED AND A SPOON OF SUGAE- THERHSOEFF OUT IN rilS GARDEN \ AGAIN OE-FF, WHAT CHA RAISING? Miss Sue Carsey Weds Richard Whittaker In Saturday Rites Miss Emily Sue Carsey, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Car- sey of 2733 Fenwood, Saturday be- came the bride of Richard M. Whittaker, son of R. S. Whittaker of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in St. Paul's Methodist Church. Dr. Daw- son C. Bryan officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding en- Bill's imported and Domestic WHISKEY ♦ BRANDY ♦ RUM WINES ♦ CHAMPAGNE You can alwa...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

Thursday, August 7, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 John Burkett Post, Auxiliary Install Officers Tonight Members of John R. Burkett Post 77 of the American Legion to- night will join with W. S. (Bill) Traill, Eighth District Command- er, in installation ceremonies at which time Mr. Traill will admin- ister the oath of office to Major Henry A. Schumacher of 3780 Tangley, newly elected post com- mander. Grady Smith is retiring commander. fcther officers to be installed are Bill Marshall, first vice command- er; Jerry Sebasta, second vice commander; Charles Drnek, adju- tant; Wesley Brown, finance of- ficer; Sidney Judson, chaplain, re- elected; Jimmy Smith, sergeant- at-arms; Kerby Miller, historian; Ed Arnold, judge advocate, and Grady Smith, fifth member to the central council. Members to bo installed on the WILLIS SEAT COVERS READY MADE COVERS Custom Tailored To Fit YOUR Car POPULARLY PRICED Viait our factory and select the material you prefer from our large stock. Willis Manufact...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 August 1947

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 7, 1947 H PEACHES x No. 2} Can 23c, RED SALMON Tail Can 59c DEL MONTE DICED CARR9TS No. 300 Glass 10 VAN CAMP'S PORK & BEANS 2 No. 2 Cans 35c SUPER SAVINGS Thursday Friday Saturday SUPER SAVINGS AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING COMFORT &r<T DELICIOUS! Are they ever! Prove it by favoring the family with a Rice Blvd. Bakery pie or cake, simply brimming with delectability and supreme flavor. MARBLE LAYER CAKE 79' CHOCOLATE MARSHMALLOW ROll 3 F" 25C RICH DELICIOUS ASST. Danish „ OQc Pastries Doz. ASSORTED FRUIT Pies 191 GARTH'S TEXAS FIGS 2j4R 47 AMERICAN SARDINES 2 tins 27c TREAT THE PAWtf Wilt THESE fruits ^Vegetables; THOMPSON SEEDLESS A AA. Grapes 2 - 23' JUICY SUNKIST A OPf Lemons 2 0 35' U. S. No. 1 RED Potatoes 5 es 23' YELLOW Onions 2 lbs 9C CALIFORNIA Carrot si 2 BNCHS. 10C * > FRESH GROUND ROUND STEAK BABY BEEF BONELESS Rolled gSLICEDH BOILED HAM u>-89c FRESH CAUGHT Trout or Red Fish SLICED CALVES LIVER WILSON'S CER...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 August 1947

50UTHWESTER 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 47 HOUSTON, TEXAS, AUGUST 14, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year 9 it Tennyson Street Residents Prepare To Sign Contract For Paving Of Five Blocks In a move unprecedented in the city's history, a group of West University residents this week are preparing a contract to be signed by the residents and a paving firm for the installation of five blocks of street paving. Originators of the contract are residents of the 3800 through the 4200 blocks of Tennyson in West University. The first group in the city to jump on the residential paving bandwagon recently launched by the city council, the Tennyson residents hope to begin the paving within about two weeks, a spokesman of the group said this week. "To the best of my...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 August 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 14, 1947 SOUTHWE5TER ' 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 14, 1947 Speeders' Hey-Day—Bellaire Boulevard Traffic accidents out in our end of town are a mighty rare occurrence and it behooves every one of us who sits behind the driver's wheel to keep it that way. The front page article explaining the lack of official speed contro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 August 1947

Thursday, August 14, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page S V I % • SL • • •■1 m TEEN TALK By CHARLES TAPLEY . . . There has been much comment on the wonderful photography done by BOB LAMONTE of the top teen agers of the week for this column. Yes, it's true. BOB does his own developing, enlarg- ing, printing and is able to con- trol the amount of contrast in his pictures. He has really been doing a swell job and will continue with his work as long as there is film to work with. Congratulations, BOB, and keep 'em smiling! (If anyone wants prints of the top teen-agers just call BOB at Madi- ALL SIZES OF ROLL FILM ONE DAY SERVICE PHOTO FINISHING CAPITOL PHOTO SUPPLIES 4414 S. Main J.I-4TM Next to Delman Theatre Open 'till 8 P.M. Daily— 10 P.M. Thursday & Saturday son 2-1249 and he'll fix you up!) . . . Smiling from ear to ear be- cause of the swell time she had, ANN STEIN has returned from her vacation to Bandera with a memory she'll long be remember- ing. Glad you had the time you had, AN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 August 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 14, 1947 The bachelor's a crazy guy And has a lot of fun. He sizes all the cuties up, But never Mrs. one. DMm W«rskjp 9:M Ail. CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN CHURCH ROBERTS SCHOOL GrMobriir and Addison REV. KENNETH C. LARSON Putor RENT-IT CENTER Floor Sander & Edger Furniture Sander Floor Polishers Car Polishers TRAILER Skilsaw Ladders Drop Cloths Paint Spray Guns Caulking Gun Paste Table POWER MOWER Movie Projector Titling Letters Movie Screen Photofloods Ice Cream Freezers PUNCH BOWLS Liquor Glasses Cake Plates Coffee Service Cocktail Bars Barbecue Grills Bridge Tables RECORD PLAYERS Lawn Chairs Metal Chairs Tents Cots Mosquito Bars Camp Stoves PICNIC ICEBOXES Lanterns Sleeping Bags Hammocks Thermos Jugs Pressure Canner Can Sealer Etc. REASONABLE RATES Hour—Day—Week RENT-IT CENTER In The Village 2515 TIMES BLVD. J. 2-3566 Let's Get Acquainted ttmsm , r * . ■; ,j $ Ml : * 'Si " ■ Sill Born in Waterbury, Connecticut, a couple of years after t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 August 1947

Thursday, August 14, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 > • * ' •a • •1 • MODE O'DAT SENSATIONAL CLEAR -A- WAY SALE AUGUST 14 Through AUGUST 22 Hundreds OF . DRESSES COTTONS SPUN RAYONS Vz to V2 OFF ASSORTED STYLES AND COLORS 2 MODE O'DAY 2429 RICE BLVD. "In The Village" Administration Hopes To Get City Out Of Red, Mayor Ralph B. Lee Tells Civic Club Meeting For the first time in years, it is hoped that the City of West Uni- versity Place will be operating on the credit side of the ledger at the end of the fiscal year on August 31, Mayor Ralph B. Lee told a crowd of approximately 300 per- sons last Thursday night at the regular meeting of the West Uni- versity Civic Club on the lawn of the Community House. Stressing the fact that when his administration took over on Janu- ary 1, Mr. Lee told the audience in a six-month's resume of his term, the city had a deficit as well as poor city equipment and un- organized personnel. "It is my hope," Mayor Lee said, "to report at the end of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 August 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 14, 1947 Teen Talk -- (Continued from Page 3) in the past. I'll be seeing you all around the first of September, so be good, and good luck, HELEN! . . . This week's top teen-agers of the week are DOLORES McCLEL- LAN and BILL GWIN, and al- though they do not go together there is always hope where there is life. DOLORES is a student of St. Agnes Academy while BILL at- tends Lamar. At the present she is seen most at the Homemaker Shop in The Village where she works while BILL just takes it easy. DOLORES' place of employ- ment is quite convenient for them both 'cause at lunch they both step just next door to listen to their favorite songs. She be quite con- tent at hearing the beautiful strains of "As Long As I'm Dreaming" while he'd rather hear the new waxing by Andy Russell called "All My Love" (Is it the tune, BILL, or the words??). The South's Finest for Authentic CHINESE FOOD • CHARCOAL BROILED KC STEAKS FRESH SEA FOOD ijyNfrwjy Open Every...

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