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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Thursday, August 21, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 1 P • I TEEN TALK ■y CHARLES TAPLEY . . . Long vacation-what! It looks like HELEN wasn't able to make it in to town and since I hadn't left already on my vacation—well, draw your own conclusions. At any rate, HELEN will be taking over the column for a two-week stay— so good luck, and here's hoping this time I can get off! . . . What's this I hear hbout JODY DALTON and HARRY THORN making the perfect agree- ment? Sounds swell from this angle!! Sure hope it turns out that way!! . . . Bad news has it that NICK DeARMAN and DORIS KEN- NEDY have been having their troubles. Hope the storm will blow over, and here's good luck to you both! . . . Just like old times again last week when TOMMY JEAN DIL- LARD came home once again. It was really swell seeing her again only too bad that all good things must come to an end! Hope to see you soon again, don't forget us and be good! . . . Happy birthday, ANN BOU- CHARD and may ye live to see many more!...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 21, 1947 "ON THE SPOT" RADIO BROADCAST AT 4 P. A. § tyowi 'Hem 'piiatdltf tfioccr • In Bellaire (tyndiaMtf r)avite& Ifiou Ocei • Open House Party THURS. AUG. 21, 4 to 9p.m.* Open For Regular Business Friday, August 22n£ A Complete Food Market---! Groceries-Meats- Vegetables * Fruits - Dairy Products Soft Drinks - Beer-To-Go DECKER'S IOWANA BACON -721 GRADE "A" VEAL CUTLETS OR ROUND STEAK * 53c FANCY FRESH DRESSED FRYERS 59c STEWING ICHICKENS - 32c • OPENING SPECIALS FOR FRIDA ALKA-SELTZER 34c 17c 60c Size SHAMPOO MAR-O-OIL 1.00 Size 43' WELCH PURE GRAPE JELLY 1 Lb. Jar 21' BAMA PURE PEACH PRESERVES 1 Lb. Jar 21' LIBBY'S Sauer Kraut Vo. 2V Can 11' DREFT Pkg. 29- DEL MONTE DICED BEETS 2 16 Oz Jars 15' UNCLE WILLIAMS CREAM CORN 2°- IT RINSO Lg- Pkg. 29- WHITE HOUSE APPLE JUICE 46-Oz. PRATLOW'S FANCY FRUIT COCKTAIL — • qce 1o. 2i/a * "J Can yj • DEL MONTE PEACHES OQc lo. 2% M H Ca« LV Snowdrift 3 Lb QQ« Can Wesson Oil ph. qqt Bottle ■! ^ GR...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Thursday, August 21, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 y. 1. LISTEN TO A. OVER STATION KATL-1590 ON YOUR DIAL SSS 'BELLA IRE DRIVE-IN •GROCERY Located In The New *Bellaire Community Center" North Rice Between Richmond Road and Cedar St. • 1-2 Block East Of Bellaire Post Office Here Is The Cash-and-Carry Grocery You Have Needed! OPEN EVERYDAY 10a.m.-9p.m. INCLUDING SUNDAY WE'RE HA VING A PARTY FOR OUR OPENING! Bring The Whole Family To The HOUSE WARMING THURSDAY, AUGUST 21st 4 to 9 P. M. REFRESHMENTS and FREE GIFTS LOTS OF FUN! Be Sure and Come WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES RIMY and SATURDAY, AUG 22-23 • 25' DENTLER MAID SALAD DRESSING Pint Jar IS 1 krafts' CHEESE .VELVEETA 7QC 2 Lb. f ^ Ctn 1 U grapefruit JEXSUN ICc 46 Oz. 1 Can | U DURKEE'S colored OLEO 44c CASTLE HAVEN EARLY JUNE [PEAS 2 In^IQ6 Can. | JELLO PUDDING 2 Pkgs. 13' STOKLEY'S KETCHUP 14-Oz. Bottle 1? VERMONT MAID Syrup Pint Bottle 19* SUPER Suds Small Pkg. 10* MONARCH CUTS & TIPS ASPARAGUS Picnic Can 17' 7 U...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 21, 1947 Bellaire Center Opers Today-- (Continued from Page 1) above the front windows. The front walls curve outward above the trim forming a continuous canopy and providing a weather shelter for patrons of the Center. A stainless steel trim around the top of the structure adds a final touch. Mr. Rosner has been a resident of Bellaire since 1919 when he and his brother opened a grocery store 6,700 square feet of store space. Large plate glass windows assure ample sidewalk vision. Plenty of parking space has been provided. Constructed at a cost of around $50,000, the building was erected by Marxen & Son, contractors. Each firm name adorns the top of the individual stores in neat block letters. An aluminum trim runs the length of the building just r~ "\ Best Wishes To Bellaire Drive-in Grocery Perry Warmath Price Tag Co. Hearty Congratulations To Bellaire Drive-In Grocery T. F. ALSTON CO. Distributors of DIXIE OLEOMARGARINE We Wish to C...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Thursday, August 21, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Bellaire Center-- (Continued from Page 10) West. Mr. Peters, prior to and fol- lowing his services as a "fly boy" in Uncle Sam's Navy, was em- R. T. McMULLEN ployed as auditor with various firms in and around Detroit. Mr. Fouquette managed production and routes of various laundries and dry cleaners. The firm is a member of the Harris County Laundry and Clean- ers Institute and intends to pro- duce, according to the owners, quality work at popular prices, claiming that as long as they in- tend to live in Bellaire for the rest of their lives, they can see no future in operation of a "cut- rate," sub - standard plant. The firm will feature free moth-proof- ing of all garments, water repel- lent service, complete stain* re- BANKING HOURS DO NOT LIMIT THE USE OF N.C. B. TRAVELERS CHECKS Traveler* 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- es...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 21, 1947 Shower Given For Bride-To-Be fiAunc/i (falettctan. BELLAIRE BAPTIST 4820 Locust F. A. TIPPEN, Pastor Sunday School 9 Evening Worship . 8:00 p.n . 7:30 p.n A shower given last week by Nan Alexander and Marie Jett in Miss Alexander's home at 3806 Rice Boulevard honored prospective bride Lina Glen Jahn of 3767 University Boulevard. Guests at the shower, pictured above, are, left to right, Mrs. W. W. Finley, Mrs. Gordonn H. McCoy, Mrs. Ina Belle Carebello, Dorothy McFarland, Mrs. June Harper, Barbara Brunson, Mary Lou Jones, Mrs. C. A. Huff, Mrs. Gus Barkow, Mrs. C. C. Huff, Vernell Lindley, Dorothy Huff, Mrs. Elizabeth Alexander, Miss Jett, Mrs. Olga Seale, mother of the groom, Mrs. G. C. Jahn, mother of the bride, Sue Seale, Miss Jahn (seated), and Miss Alexander. Photo by Gus Barkow. Bridge Over Drainage Ditch On University Nears Completion The east and west portions of West University again will be joined by the city's main thorou...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Thursday, August 21, 1947 FOR YOUR THEATRE ENTERTAINMENT (Fmature starting time given after name of picture) DAY VILLAGE TOWER ALABAMA DELMAN RIVER OAKS THU. "IMPERFECT LADY" 1:32, 3:31, 5:30, 7:29, 9:28. BLAZE OF NOON" 1:28, 3:28, 5:28, 7:28, 9:28. "CHEYENNE" 1:25, 3:25, 5:25, 7:25, 9:30. •CHEYENNE" 1:26, 3:28, 5:30, 7:32, 9:34. "THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES" 12:00, 3:00, 6:00, 9:00. FRI. "HIGH BARBA- REE" 1:00, SAME AS ABOVE "LES MISER- ABLES" 1:10, "UNDERCOVER MAISIE" 1:31, SAME AS ABOVE Style Show 4:30. . SAT. "HIGH BARBA- REE" 1:24, 'COPACABANA" 1:00, 2:45, 4:30, 6:15, "SALOME." "UNDERCOVER MAISIE" 3:14, 5:33, 7:34, 9:35. SAME AS ABOVE SUN. "CHEYENNE" 1:34, 3:31, 5:28, 7:?5, 9:22. SAME AS ABOVE "COPACABANA" 1:00, 2:40, 4:25, 6:05, 7:50, 9:35. "UNDERCOVER MAISIE" 1:31, SAME AS ABOVE MON. SAME AS ABOVE SAME AS ABOVE SAME AS ABOVE SAME AS ABOVE SAME AS ABOVE TUE. SAME AS ABOVE 'WAKE UP AND DREAM" 1:00, SAME AS ABOVE TO BE ANNOUNCED SAME AS ABOVE WED. "CYNTHIA" 1:30, SAME AS ABOVE "...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 21, 1947 \ ' Jones Apothecary Prescriptions Exclusively ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF ITS FINE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE LOCATED IN THE Village Medical Bldg. Rice Blvd. and Morningside L. F. A. STEVENSON THREE REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU HStKUVEW; > WM. T. JONES VIEW OF STORE AND RADIO-TELEPHONE JEEP Offering A Sensationally New and Fast E. J. JONES RADIO PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY SERVICE Phone K. 3-2587 for FAST Service Our delivery jeep is Radio-Telephone t equipped so that prescriptions may be picked-up, or delivered, in the quickest possible time. We are in constant communication with our driver. Therefore our service is only a few minutes from you at all times.
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Thursday, August 21, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 JANIY'S JOTTINGS- JANHY JONES So that's what it's like to be im-1 be built with lovely homes and portant! planted with tall, fine trees. And Somebody names a street for we will drive along and point out you! They open up this new sec- tion and lay out pretty, winding drives; and name one of the thoroughfares "LAW STREET" or Law Drive or Law Boulevard or Law Avenue. Anyhow, "LAW." That's what it says on the curb. The street is in Sunset Terrace, and curves from Richmond Road to Weslayan Drive. Someday it will VILLAGE PACKAGE STORE Our Stock* Are Always Com- plete and Our Prices Competitive Best Brands WHISKEY SCOTCH BRANDY CHAMPAGNE WINES Courteous Service Completely Air Conditioned 2437 University L. 710 the name to our friends and tell them about the Laws, Blanche and Ben; and how we used to go in their drug store and drink sody- water. And read the magazines. And open the perfume bottles and sniff. And unwrap tlie pretty soap. A...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 21, 1947 COME TO THE 5DUTHWESTER * * * * 2- K STYLE SHOW AT THE VILLAGE THEATRE Friday, August 22,4:30 P. Be There To See The "ON THE STAGE" RADIO BROADCAST OVER STATION KATL If You Can't Attend—Turn Your Radio Dial to 1590 COME EARLY FOR THE BEST SEATS The Feature Picture Will .Be "HIGH BARBAREE" With VAN JOHNSON and JUNE ALLYSON See What They're Wearing in the Back-to-School Parade As Presented By: ROBERT'S 2433 UNIVERSITY BLVD. RODNEY'S 6127 K1RBY DR. SCHEPS' <131 KIRBY DR. Terry's Juvenile Shop 2520 RICE BLVD. THE MIRROR 2413 RICE BLVD. VILLAGE SHOPPE •117 KIRBY DRIVE WHITE HOUSE 2525 UNIVERSITY BLVD. WHATEVER YOUR NEEDS IN BACK-TO-SCHOOL TOGS FOR TOTS OR TEEN-AGERS, 1f.au (I£iadt£em i* "76e 1/Maqe
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
SECTION TWO SDUTHWESTER YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER Thursday, August 21, 1947 HOUSTON, TEXAS Page 17 <3 MfltWVW' Apothecary Inaugurates Radio Telephone Delivery New Drug Firm Opens In Village Medical Building Tomorrow One of the newest wrinkles in business circles, radio controlled delivery service, will be offered by the Jones Apothecaiy, Inc., which is opening tomorrow in the Village Medical Building at 2402 Rice Uouievard. 'ihe firm will use a radio tele- phone in its jeep delivery service. liesidjnts of the section thus will be able to get prescriptions picked up and delivered quickly since the cars can be located immediately through the radio system. William T. Jones is president of the new business. Other offi- cers are L. F. A. Stevenson, vice president, and E. J. Jones, secre- tary. All are registered phar- macists. According to Mr. Jones, presi- dent, the film will handle pre- scriptions exclusively. It will carry a complete stock of fresh pharma- ceutical ingredients. All ...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 21, 1947 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed Proposals addressed to the City of West University Place, Texas, 3800 Univer- sity Boulevard, Houston 5, Texas, for the construction in accordance with adopted and approved plans and specifications, ^ewiett PAINTING and DECORATING CONTRACTOR Residential and Commercial "There Is No Substitute for Satisfaction" VENETIAN BLINDS Sold - Installed - Repaired - Cleaned 2-7902 therefore, of: The intersections of Tennyson with West Point, College, and Auden Streets, respectively, in said City, for the City of West University Place, Texas, hereinafter called Owner, will be received and filed at the office of the City Secretary until 7:30 P. M., August 29, 1947, and then publicly opened and read aloud in a public meeting of the City Cpmmission of the City of West University Place, Texas. Any bid ceived after the closing time will be turned unopened. The City Commission reserves the right to accept such ...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Thursday, August 21, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 iflrai WON T Looking FORWARD to BACK-TO-SCHOOL - - - Young stalwarts . . . heavy with vacation memories . . . banish those back-to-school blues with a visit to our Boys' Depot.. . where our broad shouldered, man tailored triumphs ate just the ticket for those school daze ahead! Here, midst our friendly fur- nishings, plaid lads meet solid senders, gabardine guys mingle with blue-jean frys . . . and odd jacket joes mix with super-manly slacks! Come see the crowd of good "buys" today and pick your pet wardrobe com- panions from our fun- tracked try-ons! Be lookin' for ya! $ k* m All THE EXTRA GADGETS RODNEY BOLING EDDIE WALKER JS3SI V 6127 KIRBY DRIVE // H - 58 76 MEN & BOYS SHOP WHO KNOW ALL THE ANSWERS
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 21, 1947 Bellaire Mayor, County Commissioner To Speak On Radio At Formal Opening Rayburn, Townsend To Attend Open House Of Community Center Heading the list of those sched- uled to speak on the Southwestern Times broadcast this afternoon over KATL will be Mayor Madi- son Rayburn of Bellaire and Jack Townsend, county commissioner of Precinct 1. The radio show will be staged from the four stores comprising the new Bellaire Com- munity Center which hold their "Beneath the Cross of Jesus I fain would take my stand." Divine Worship . . . 9:30 A.M. Rev. W. H. Sorensen Guest Speaker CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN CHURCH ROBERTS SCHOOL Greenbriar and Addison REV. KENNETH C. LARSON Pastor MADISON S. RAYBURN formal opening from 4 to 9 p. m. today. The Times' broadcast will be from 4 'until 4:30. In addition to government officials, house- wives and business men will be interviewed over the air to get their reaction to the fine, new stores and to answer pe...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Thursday, August 21, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 21 I. • a • o • @orty>iatuCati<M& - - TO OUR NEW NEIGHBORS Bellaire Cleaners, Inc. Bellaire Drive-In Grocery Jeane's Beauty Salon McMullen's Drugs & Liquor Now Located In The BELLAIRE COMMUNITY CENTER CORNER NORTH RICE AND CEDAR STREETS We are happy to have you w i t h us and extend best wishes for your success. Your fine new home is a welcome contribution to the Bellaire business section. BELLAIRE CAFE C. H. NELIUS, Proprietor BELLAIRE PHARMACY W. C. FOSS, Owner BELLAIRE SUPPLY CO. J. F. HAIRSTON, M. D. GEIST ELECTRIC CO. KELLY'S VARIETY & HARDWARE REAMER'S FEED STORE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD FEED STORE REAMER'S SERVICE STATION H. A. LANDRY, Operator LEON L. ROSNER JACK TOWNSEND COUNTY COMMISSIONER City Commission of Bellaire MADISON S. RAYBURN, Mayor J. EDW. FARRINGTON EUGENE GERMAN JOHN C. HOLMGREEN, Mayor pro tem SAMUEL HOLLIDAY R. S. LAMBERT
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Page 22 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 21, 1947 Legal Notices-- (Continued from Page 18) No. 17 and placed within Retail Business District No. 4, which in addition to all other property therein at this time shall include the same: "Lying and being situated in the City of Bellaire, Harris County, Texas,—BE- GINNING at the intersection of the West Boundary line of Mulberry L,at northerly boundary line of Richn Road; THENCE Southwesterly along parallel line 128 feet to a point for place of beginning of the area hereii be described; THENCE Westerly at an angle of 29 deg. 37 min. to the right from said parallel line a distance of 126 fee a point for the Northwest corner; Bill's Imported and Domestic WHISKEY ♦ BRANDY ♦ RUM WINES ♦ CHAMPAGNE You can always depend on BILL'S PACKAGE STORE 2422 Rice Blvd. Jackson 2-2827 .0 THE MAP IHIS WEEK Office /} £,"& VcRTLAHDf Do you like to d popular recordings . . SHOP in The Village. 6!]S Kirbu ^or ^om*£Htertamynent with said parallel line; T...
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Thursday, August 21, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 23 True Enough A sports writer declares that the fans can always remember the dumb plays but soon forget the star performers. Sort of like print- ing a newspaper, muses an editor. Spell It Next Time A new bank clerk, dictating, was in doubt as to the proper use of a certain phrase, so he said to the stenographer: "Do you retire a loan?" "No, I sleep with mama." YOUR REPAIR WORK U Just As Important As th« Houston Band House R. E. (BOB) SENAY Our Expert Repairmen are Specialist! In Rebuilding and Repairing of All Instruments. Work Moderately Priced and Guaranteed • I • 812 McKinney Fish Fancier Finds Feeding Fish Fun Edd Hale Boasts 600 Tropicals In Dozen Aquariums When a fellow has some- where in the neighborhood of 600 pets it's bound to sound rather "fishy" — and that's exactly what it is. Breeder of tropical fish, a whole ga- rage full of them, is Edd Hale of 3747 Carlon in Southside Place. Of course it's a hobby and it started as ...
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Page 24 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 21, 1947 REFRESHMENTS Bring the Whole Family and Have a Lot of Fun FREE GIFTS ^ Announcing the GRAIN BELLAIRE COKli • • NORTH RICE BETWEEN RICHMOND 3 BIG DAYS--Thursday, jjiid FORMAL OPENFNG: THUR1 If You Ccui't Come LISTEN TO YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS ON THE 5QUTHWE5TER "ON THE SPOT' RADIO BROADCAST AT 4 P. M. THURSDAY RADIO STATION KATL 1590 ON YOUR DIAL Bellaire Cleaners, Inc. Bellaire Drive-In Grocery q ^pane This fine modern building was erected for Leon L. Router, at ample space for four stores. The entire structure is built of b tribution to the rapidly developing bus • t You are invited to an old time house wi NO SALES WILL BE MADB DC Now!— At long last... IN BELLAIRE ^ellavie IMC. When you come for the opening be sure to inspect our fine modern equipment. See how a quality cleaning plant operates. WE PICK-UP AND DELIVER Owned and Operated by Bellaire Residents Lewis F. Peters • R. H. Fouquette • Russel W. Rindy 206 NORTH RICE Her...
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Thursday, August 21, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 25 (AND OPENING of the mmun /io > itt center ND ROAD AND CEDAR % BLOCK EAST OF BELLAIRE POST OFFICE .play, Saturday, Aug. 21-22-23 AUG. 21st. 4 to 9 p.m. "ON THE SPOT" RADIO BROADCAST AT 4 P. M. THURSDAY STATION KATL 1590 On Your Dial * i •y ^ pane's Beauty Salon McMullen's Drugs & Liquor Rower, at a cost of approximately $50,000, and provides is built of brick and hollow tile, and adds a worthy con- ireloping business section of Bellaire. • • ★ You Are Invited! Everyone Is Invited! Bring The Family! FREE GIFTS Coffee, Soda Water, Candy, Cakes, Ice Cream, Balloons and Other Gifts For The Formal Opening e warming by these friendly merchants DURING THE OPENING DAY You are cordially •Invited to visit Jeane's 'Beauty Salon Where you will find every beauty service you need. Our new salon is designed to assure your comfort and is staffed with trained beauticians. Make an appointment when you call. AIR CONDITIONED • JEANE ALLEN GEISE...
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947
Page 26 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 21, 1947 FINISH THE JOB! BRING HARRIS COUNTY UP TO DATE KELP HARRIS COUNTY UP TO DATE WHY THE *9,000,000 ROAD AND BRIDGE BOND ISSUE MUST BE VOTED SATURDAY, AUGUST 23 * By voting the August 23 bond issue, Harris County will benefit to the extent of $86,000,000 in over- all improvements through state, federal and county funds. * State and federal aid in the over-all county improvement program will amount to at least $50,000,000 during the next five years IF the August 23 bond issue is voted. * Passage of the road and bridge bond issue will complete the only step now needed to finish the co* ordinated county improvement program. * This issue is designed to gear together all county improvements in this one final bond issue so that henceforth all anticipated county improvements and upkeep can be supported by our normal tax system. • Passage of these bonds will mean completion of more than 257 additional miles of paved roads in our important sys...