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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Thursday, September 25,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15, Section One Village Merchant Goes On New York Buying Trip Charles Scheps, manager and buyer for Scheps, 6131 Kirby Drive in The Village, left Monday night by plane for New York City. While in the East, Mr. Scheps will purchase new fall stock for his store to replenish present stocks and assure the firm's pa- trons of up-to-the-minute styles. He will return next week. Concert Set Tomorrow For Pershing Students E. V. Hegborn, internationally known piano-accordionist, will ap- pear in a program at the Persh- ing Junior High School at 12:30 p. m. Friday. Mr. Hegborn is opening a studio at 3301 University Boulevard. To rule one's anger is good. To prevent it is even better. 1 1 When Pop was a boy ho wore Gauntlet Gloves — now your son can wear them * i Gene Autry's personal signature on the cuff. Mother and Dad wi'l be just as proud as the boy when he slips these gauntlets on. Made of genuine leather, pigtex grain. Glove fully lined...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Page 16, Section One SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, September 25,1947 That ultra-feminine touch of this season can mean almost any- thing that's fresh and beautiful... also colorful! A single luxurious rose, a quaint little nosegay against its cuplike background of lace, a huge taffeta sash in stripes or plaid for a dress or bolero. SITTON'S CAFETERIA 2528 RICE BLVD. IN THE VILLAGE COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED OPEN EVERY DAY SERVING HOURS: LUNCHEON — 11 A. M. till 2:30 P. M. DINNER — 4:30 P.M. till 8 P.M. SUNDAY — 11 A. M. till 8 P. M. Home made cakes and pies, or complete meals, to take home. We cater to special parties and large banquets. PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE (Note: We Now Close At 8 P. M.) No Justice, Says Paving Advocate Still In Dust Cloud John Rowe of 5-411 Morning- side is wondering these days if there's any justice. Tired of dust clouds which all summer long filtered into his home from the shell on Morningside, Mr. Rowe took part in organizing the residents of Morningside bet...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

SECTION 50UTHWESTER THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION Thursday, September 25, 1947 HOUSTON, TEXAS Page 1, Section Two I Free Census Offered Bellaire; May Qualify City To Establish Own Home Rule Charter An opportunity for Bellairo to! see if it is ready to discontinue operation under the general laws of the State of Texas and in- augurate a government under its own charter was presented to the city council last week—an oppor- tunity which won't cost the city a dime. To obtain a charter, which wide- ly expands the city powers, Bellaire must first take a census and show a population of 5,000 persons, the requisite for a charter govern- ment in Texas. At the regular meeting of the city commission last week, O. C. Luhring, developer, offered to un- derwrite the cost of the census. A residential development which Mr. Luhring is establishing in the area of Seventh Street and Old Richmond Road, out of the Bell- aire city limits, is threatened, the developer soys, by the construction of a business c...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Page 2, Section Two SOUTHWKSTliKN TlfflUB i ouaj , ii A pessimist is a man who looks both ways on a one-way street. FULLER BRUSH SPECIAL Ladies' Hair Brush $4 AC Reg. 3.25 1.93 Call G. T. BLAIR Win deliver Ahtr I 11 Nmrnrr F. 0400 (Home) H. 3S3I Local Resident Recalls Mrs. Rose Greenberg Tells Of Fertile Land In Old Country In Turkey So you think you have large figs on the bush in your back yard! Perhaps you have, com- pared to other figs here- abouts, and this area is no mean fig country. But you should see those grown rft Turkey, FOR DELIVERY NOW Whirlwind Junior POWER MOWER SERVICE PROVED FOR OVER 15 YEARS Rotary — Scythe Suction Lift GARDEN HOSE - SPRAYERS SPRINKLERS - ELECTRIC HEDGE TRIMMERS All Modelt of Briggs & Stratton Motorm Serviced Complete Salea-Serrice on Liwh Equipment Allen-Cox Lawnmower Co. IMS RICHMOND H. 8191 LET US SHARPEN and REPAIR YOUR POWER OR HAND MOWER BLASINGAME DRUG STORE Bring Your PRESCRIPTIONS To us for accurate and reliable attention. PROMPT SERVI...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Thursday, September 25,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3, Section Two i A new firm in The Village—ready to serve you AAA AUTO LAUNDRY AND EQUIPMENT CO now located in our fine new home at 6011 KIRBY DRIVE Owned and Operated by M. P. (Red) REYNOLDS Just a few feet North of Rice Boulevard We have the best equipment for fine AUTOMOBILE WASHING WAXING AND POLISHING LUBRICATION Ask about the PORCEL SEAL PROCESS for restoring the beauty of your car and as a protection against rust and road grime. Phone L. 1458 or K.3-7375 Power and Hand LAWN MOWERS Repaired and Machine Sharpened • We sell the famous MOWMASTER LAWN MOWERS * AUTOMOBILE ELECTRICAL SERVICE Bring your car to us when you have electrical trouble. WE REPAIR AND REBUILD STARTERS AND GENERATORS. Complete Ignition Service WE REPAIR AND HAVE PARTS FOR • ELECTRIC MOTORS • AIR COMPRESSORS • SERVICE STATION • GASOLINE MOTORS • WELL PUMPS EQUIPMENT • OUTBOARD MOTORS • LIGHT PLANTS You'll find our service • DIESEL ENGINES • GARDEN TRACTORS pr...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Page 4, Section Two SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, September 25,1947 HNfefc Charles G. Greenlay Rites Held Sunday Funeral services were held Sun- day for Charles Gardner Green- lay, 65, of 6301 Institute Lane, who died last week in a Houston hospital. A native of Eagle Lake, Mr. Greenlay had been a resident of Houston since 1928. Mr. Greenlay retired eight years ago as division manager for the Goodrich Tire & Rubber Company. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge of San Antonio, Scottish Rite bodies, Arabia Temple Shrine, and a member of the Episcopal church. He is survived by his widow; a sister, Mrs. Clara Schwethelm of Los Angeles, California, and a brother, Thomas S. Greenlay of Hollywood, California. Bishop Clinton S. Quin offici- ated at the services and burial was in Forest Park Cemetery. The South'$ Fineat for Authentic CHINESE FOOD • CHARCOAL BROILED KC STEAKS • FRESH SEA FOOD "CHINESE DISHES THAT ARE DIFFERENT" Op.n Every Day 11:30 A. M. 'till 1:M A. M. 6800 S. Main J. 2-8...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Thursday, September 25,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5, Section Two * * 1 Area's Old Timers Take Back Seat To Krenzler Pioneer Moved To Kirby Drive And Bis sonnet In 1893 Busy motorists of the South- western section, hurrying to theic work in Houston and returning home in the evenings, seldom no- tice, while driving down the smooth stretch of Bissonnet in West University, the white haired man, hat pushed back on his head, who leans against the picket fence in front of his home at 2G05 Bis- sonnet and surveys the landscape with his clear blue eyes. The owner of the most extensive acreage in West University has no greater stake in that city than does Charles A. Krenzler who will be 80 years old on December 16. Resident For 54 Years Probably the oldest resident of the territory which now comprises West University from point of residence, Mr. Krenzler, in his 54 years at the same home site, has lived in West University over twice as many years as the city itself has been established. Lit...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Page 6, Section Two SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, September 25,1947 BLADES SHOE SERVICE 2529 University Blvd. In The Village SHOE REPAIRS QUALITY MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP Owned and Operated by a Resident of Your Community for the Past 14 Years. SERVICE WHILE YOLTWAIT K. 3-5636 OoCl (Three Years Ago This Week) Pledged to faithful reporting of the civic, social, economic and po- litical activities of this section, the Southwestern Times was born to provide the section with a com- munity newspaper. (Beginning its fourth year of publication this week, the Times now occupies a Clean-- the CRYSTAL WHITE way * How proud and happy you'll be to receive all your fine household linens sparkling bright and fresh as a daisy. And the fun-part of it is, there's no work at all for you to do — because we wash every- thing meticulously clean, iron and fold all flat work (bed, bath and table linen). We give particular attention to small and dainty articles such as doilies, lacework and napkins. It wil...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Thursday, September 25,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7, Section Two V ♦ ft 1 <w i Your Community Bank salutes Your Community Newspaper The SOUTHWESTERN ON ITS THIRD ANNIVERSARY Two Service Institutions Working Constantly For The Betterment of our Community. 6135 KIRBY DRIVE Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation KEYSTONE 3-5574

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Page 8, Section Two SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, September 25,1947 Our classified advertising is as close to you as your telephone. The number is Keystone 3-5566. RENT A RADIO HOSPITAL PATIENTS will welcome this radio with pillow earphone. YOUR FAVORITE radio pro- gram can be heard while your own radio undergoes repairs. TAKING A TRIP? Then take along a travel-size radio. RENT-IT CENTFR 2S15 Times Jackson 2-3566 Plant Exchange Set For Southside Garden Club A plant exchange will feature the regular meeting of the South- side Garden Club to be held at 10 a. m. next Thursday in the park clubhouse. Hostesses will be Mrs. Walter Boone and Mrs. D. N. Hendricks. Members are requested to bring their surplus plants to the meet- ing in order that they may be "Ex- changed among the members. A coffee will precede the busi- ness session. Let's Get Acquainted BISSONNET CAFETERIA 2 4 3 8 BISSONNET GOOD FOOD — FAIR PRICES GRACIOUS SERVICE WEEK DAYS—6 A. M. to 8 P. M. SUNDAYS—11 A. M. to 3 P. M. COR...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Thursday, September 25,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9, Section Two Four New Members Named For Positions On Southside Board A large representation from the Southside Park Association last week unanimously elected four residents of Southside to position3 on the association's board of di- rectors. Named to the board were M. E. Peters of 6429 Edloe, Dr. B. H. Estess of 3746 Darcus, A. L. Sud- hoff of 3716 Hanser and Mrs. Jack Culbertson of 3732 Darcus. They will fill the positions of Preston Pl'imb. Jr., Russell Dorf. J. A. Whitson and Mrs. Ed Carmical, whose terms have expired. A review of the past year, read to the association, showed one of the most financially successful seasons in the history of the groun Plans were announced for the im- provement of the park club house, tennis courts and swimminc pool before next summer if possible. The association accepted a reso- lution for the adoption of winter supervised play in the park but left final anproval of the project up to the discre...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Page 10, Section Two SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, September 25,1947 A man who sits in a swamp all day, waiting to shoot a duck, will kick if his wife has dinner ten minutes late. The man who is born with a silver spoon in his mouth rarely makes much stir with it. Once there were things people couldn't talk about, but now they can't talk about anything else. A truthful woman is one who never lies about anything except her age, her weight, and her hus- band's salary. FULLER BRUSHES Territory, West University Place North of University Boulevard THE REGULAR 3.25 BRISTLE-COMB 1.95 W. S. SMITH Phone F. 0400 DR. WALTER L. WHITE OPTOMETRIST EYE GLASSES FITTED and REPAIRED PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED Lehigh 4413 LBS 2524 Rice Blvd. Rice Boulevard Shopping Center in The Village In Bellaire ■ ■ for QUALITY CLEANING Phone FOR PICK-UP AND M.2-8877 DELIVERY SERVICE Free Mothproofing of all Garments ONE DAY SERVICE IF DESIRED Congratulations To The Sot(t6tue4t&iK May You Continue Tq. Serve And Prospe...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Thursday, September 25,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11, Section Two I.I Southside Paving Program Is Slated To Start This Week The last phase of Southside's $225,000 city improvement project is slated to be launched this week as actual paving of the city's streets begins. Started in June of this year, the program is to include the con- . . . ...7/0ecCcU*ty4, Will take care of all de- tails for the ceremony, rehearsal and reception. WE ALSO TAKE CARE of TEAS and RECITALS PHONE OUR COUNSELOR K. 3-0784 crete paving of every city street. The concrete will vary from seven to nine inches in thickness and the streets will be paved 27 feet wide. All curbs, gutters and sidewalks are now installed, according to Glenn Miller, city secretary. Mr. Miller said that the entire pro- gram should be finished by Novem- ber 1 barring unfavorable weather. W. E. Wortham is contractor on the project. Alternate streets in the block- wide city are to be paved first and will be Carlon, Elmora, Gar- net and In...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Page 12, Section Two SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, September 25,1947 Methodist Church Class To Sponsor Adult Course The Couples Sunday School class of the West University Methodist Church will sponsor an adult edu- cational course in October at the church, it was announced this week. Miss Marion Dunshee, in charge of Adult Education and Adult Homemaking department of the Houston schools, will conduct the "Their Future Is Now." The sub- ject deals with the child from five to 12 years of age. A tentative schedule calls for the classes to be held each Monday night from 8 to 9:30 o'clock. There will be no charge and the public is invited. "There are but two ways of ris- ing in the world; either by one's own industry or profiting by the foolishness of others."—La Bruy- ere. 14 Studies By Personalized Photography APPOINTMENT BY TELEPHONE ONLY — H. 9354 Soon... We'll be in our new home on Richmond Road, in Bellaire, and better equipped to serve your needs in ELECTRIC APPLIANCES ELECTRIC APP...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Thursday, September 25,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13, Section Two I " * IJfesnsris BIG FROIt* &/IS fiefr/percrfor STORES A BUSHEL OF FROZEN FOODS... FREEZES WITH NO MOVING PARTS Come See! Up to 60 packages of frozen foods fit easily into the big Frozen Food Locker of the 1947 Servel Gas Refrigerator! Discover how you'll save hours of marketing time, add excitement to every meal with delicious out-of-season foods. And that's not all... Store garden vegetables and fruits in the two Servel dew-action fresheners. Salad greens actually crisp up, perishables stay safe. And fresh meats keep tender for days in the convenient Servel meat keeper. You've extra roominess, too, because the big interior is flexible. Let us show you. There's not a single moving, wearing part in the freezing system of the famous silent Servel Gas Refrigerator. Just a tiny gas flame does the work. So, as 2,000,000 happy owners know—Servel can't wear or get noisy. Come in and see the new models on display. FURN...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Page 14, Section Two SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, September 25* 1947 REG'LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrnes I P ^AV TH' WAS THAT you sn nope! nix! nah/ TO ASK YOU TO oAME THlNG> I ASKED YE3TeRDAY7 LEND ME A Ol M6, NOT A CHANST tTTTT JITTER By Arthur Pointer ■t" ' / HElt-O.UrrtE F1 ' I / HOW D VOU LiKG T- CtJ(| j \MV CADDV ■■ ALL MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher can't I'll have TO wait until it COMES BACK! jeff light the gas stove? ffS chilly in here/ WHAT was that? I JUST LIT THE STOVE AMD IT WENT OUT/ light it again.1 Imagination: Something that I Buying or selling can be done sits up with a wife who sits up easily and economically through a waiting for her husband. | Times classified ad. YOU ALWAYS GET THE BEST BUY AT FIRESTONE Now You Can Buy Firestone DELUXE CHAMPIONS at Lower Than Pre-War Prices CHfCK THESE FEATURESj • Up to 53% Stronger • Up ta 40% Mora Non-lkM Angles • Up to 12% Longor Mlloogo LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE Your Neighorhood Firestone Dealer Store McMillan & toolan (Adj...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

a v a o i Hi rv in l i ivi © .Page 15, Section Two Teen Talk - - - (Continued from Page 11) . . . Forecasting; Lamar to have a toss-up game with Lufkin Fri- day, but I can see the Indians squeezing out on the long end of the score. San Jacinto to be dropped again by the St. Thomas Eagles by two touchdowns. The Toms are hot! . . .Well, kids, I'd better call it a day so there'll be some more news next "Times/! "Farewell To A Top Teen Ager" ... On "The Mailbag Program" this afternoon at 4:30 BOB BLASE will salute PAT IIEPIN- STALL by playing for her, "Stormy Weather." Thanks a lot, "BOB," for your wonderful co- operation I . . . And so from our midst a glittering star will step, and along the roads of life she'll walk to find new friends and to see new sights. Her memory will long be fresh in the hearts of her many friends and as a final tribute to her magnificent past I would like to present her as our top teen-age personality of the week. She is lovely PAT HEPIN- STALL who in the nea...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 September 1947

Page 16, Section Two SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, September 25,1947 MM SUPER SAVINGS for THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Rf/otf the Best in —— j ^ ^ q BAKERY GOODS FEATURE CAKE OF THE WEEK! BLACK BOTTOM ^A. CAKE 79c DELICIOUS DANISH COFFEE CAKE 29 Nice Size—Chocolate eclairs 25 3 For c APPLE SAUCE CUP CAKES SUNSWEET pure prune juice is 23 19 HUNT'S—IN HEAVY SYRUP apricots No. 2i/x Can JNCLE WILLIAM—SIEVE 3 EARLY JUNE .M—SIEVE 3 , peas 2 29 VAN CAMP'S—IMPROVED—PREPARED IN TOMATO SAUCE— pork & beans 2N-233C PILLSBURY Flour PREMIER -RED- KIDNEY READY-TO-SERVE CHOP No.2 -IA- SUEY Can IUC 5W on LARGE JONATHAN DREFT CALIFORNIA JUICY oranges 2-39 EXTRA FANCY g* gy _ tokay grapes 3-25' RATH'S BLACK HAWK BREAKFAST Lb. ItR PkgvIO TOP QUALITY VEAL SIRLOIN STEAK ^ 55c 81 IF ROLtCO RIB ROAST CHOICE BABY BEEF JASMINE BRAND smoked Tongues ">• 39' FRESH SLICED Calf LIVER lb 59' ROLLED BONELESS ROAST 53° BEANS 0 No. 2 Can SWANSON —BONED TURKEY 6-Oz. T!n LARGE SIZE—CUBA CALAVOS 2 25' HONOR BRAND ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 October 1947

5UUTHWE5TER 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 4—Number 2 HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 2, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year BER7TH Colorful Fair To Be Staged Next Week In Village "Country Style" Clothes To Be Mode As Bathing Beauty Queen Reigns Over Fete The first annual Village Fair will officially open at 4:30 p. m. Tuesday with entertainment and furt promised. The event is expected to draw thousands of visitors to The Village during the six-day fete. Wide-spread publicity and enthusiastic cooperation of the Village merchants has as- sured the success of the gi- gantic event which is spon- sored by the John R. Burkett Post 77 of the American. Legion. Banners proclaiming the Fair have hung over Rice and University Boulevards for more than a week and hundreds of yards of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 October 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 2,1947 SDUTHWE5TER Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bell aire, 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 8, 1879. Subscription $1.00 a Year Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston 6, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 8-5566 HOUSTC^J, TEXAS, OCTOBER 2, 1947 You'll Have Fun At The Village Fair Next Tuesday marks the launching of another annual event in the Southwestern section—The Village Pair. For you, the residents of this area, it offers diversion and recreation. Seven carnival rides will be av...

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