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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Thursday, October 9,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 St. Mark's Men's Club Sets Minstrel Tryouts Tryouts for parts in the min- strel show to be given on Novem- ber 20 and 21 by members of the Men's Club of St. Mark's Episco- pal Church will be held at 8 o'clock tonight at the regular meeting of the group in the church. Positions in the minstrel in- clude cast, scenery, stage hands, ushers, concessions, advertising and ticket sales. The Men's Club invites all men of St. Mark's parish to attend the meeting. "rtyou&e <*£ •• • ... KJectcUnyA 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 Youths Harness Nature shown at the meeting, it was an- nounced. Members of the executive board of the Bellaire district are Mrs. H. L. Hodell, Jr., chairman; Mrs. Lewis Swails, secretary, and Mrs. V. C. J. Newton, treasurer. ★ To Be Sure Student: "When I left my last boarding place, the landlady wept." ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 9r 1947 TEXAS TOT TIDIERS DIAPER SERVICE We Furnish Diapers or Service Yours. A CALL TO US ^ BRINGS CLEAN L# 4077 STERILE DIAPERS Your Inspection Invited 2133 RICHMOND AVE. Bishop Kennedy To Speak Sunday At Local Church A leader of the Episcopal church, the Rt. Rev. Harry S. Kennedy, Sunday will conduct the 11 a. m. services at Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church, 6221 South Main, it was announced this week. Reverend Kennedy is Bishop of Honolulu. He will talk on the missionary work of the Episcopal^ church. Silence is the college cheer of the school of experience. This Week's at GUY H. GIBBS COMPLETE |m D r* I |ri iff* food market ■" Deiiaire FANCY CALIFORNIA SHOP HERE EVERY DAY READY-TO-EAT PlCllIC rr. Hams M Oranges 2 °oz 39c Average 4 to 6 Lbs NEW PACK TOMATOESZ No. 2 Cans 25° FANCY JONATHAN Apples Doz. 29c BIRDSEYE CODFISH FILLETS Lb. 39c SNOWDRIFT 3 Lb. Can 99c SUNSHINE KRISPY KRACKERS 2 Lge. Boxes 25- DREFT or VEL Lge. Pkg. 27c GOLD ME...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Thursday, October 9,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES PageS Bellaire Volunteer Fire Department To Make Drive For Funds To Buy Two-Way Radios Close cooperation between the volunteer fire departments of Bell- aire and West University with* a goal of increased fire protection for the homes of these cities was seen this week with the announce- ment from the Bellaire group of a drive to raise funds for the pur- chase of two-way radio equipment. West University now holds the distinction of being the only vol- unteer fire department in the Uni- ted States to own two-way radio equipment. As outlined by Chief F. J. Wein- zel and Assistant Chief Bud Ward of the Bellaire department, the Bellaire radio will become a part of the West University net and operate on its frequency, thus alerting both fire departments for a fire in either city. With the fund-raising drive now underway through donations, ac- cording to Mr. Ward, the climax to the drive will be on December 5 when the department stages its sevent...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 9,1947 Times Classified Ads are a bargain, 21 words for 50c. REDWOOD MAPLE SYRUP It's good — it's pare — full 16 oz. pint Ask Your Groceryman, Drive-In or Food Market for a full pint of REDWOOD MAPLE SYRUP It's good — it's pure — full weight and measure TRY IT TODAY AUTO REPAIRING Motor Tune-Up and Overhaul v Ignition Service Fender ai^d Body Work Auto Painting Wheel Alignment Shock Absorber Service ZEPLIN BROS. GARAGE (In The Village) 2S14 TIMES BLVD. KEYSTONE 3-3250 . VWfh Or VVi#k SAR-B-O Pl, 'hou' I <">4 Grin V^ARM,NG 0V£N ^-AGSTONJP ci NO PAYMENT DOWN f '7loviN /LAGSTONEaoOR VOUfi Ov/fv Hoo j f C AN0 ©ROUNDS f$ ■ .fig 30 YEARS A HOUSTON BUILDER 3 YEARS TO PAY Panl L Hales Co. MASONRY CONTRACTOR 1100 -BLODGETT Phone K. 35551 FOR INFORMATION More Letters On WUP Paving Editor's Note: The Southwestern Times last week, in the interest of airing public opinion on West University's thorny paving prob- lems, printed a letter from George...

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

Thursday, October 9,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 A NEW BUILDING FOR THE VILLAGE CORNER KIRBY DRIVE AND BOLSOVER Architect's drawing of the new building to be completely modern and air conditioned. STORE SPACES TO BE AVAILABLE FOR LEASE LARGE AUDITORIUM AND DINING HALL FACILITIES TO BE RENTED The second floor of this building is to be arranged for use as a whole, or in any size space required, for Parties, Ban- quets, Dances, and Meetings of groups from ten to five hundred people. A catering service by Sitton's Cafeteria will provide delici- ous meals for all occasions. Space may be rented by indi- viduals for any requirement, or by organizations for regular weekly or monthly meetings. Every convenience for the comfort of large groups of people will be incorporated in this modern building. INQUIRES INVITED Ask for M. P. Reynolds Lehigh 1458 or Keystone 3-7375

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 9,1947 There's a big difference to being in a job and on a job. Say You Saw It In The Times. FULLER BRUSH SPECIAL Ladies' Hair Brush Reg. 3.25 1.95 G. T. BLAIR Will Deliver After 6 If Neceitary F. 040* (homo) H. 1531 TEEN TALK By CHARLES TAPLEY . . . Howdy, you all, another week has rolled around and here it is time again for the talk of the 'teens. So button down the hatches and let's go! .All the way from Cincinnati, Ohio, where she left all her many friends behind, SANDRA SCHMIDT has come with her folks to make Houston her home. Al- •eady enrolled in Lamar she is nore than willing to find new friends and see new sights. SAN- Rowol Better Tailors Tailors of Smart Clothes For the Discriminating Man and Woman ALL CLOTHES TAILORED ON THE PREMISES Suits from $45.00 to $59.00 Slacks from $12.95 to $19.95 Complete Line of MEN'S FURNISHINGS 309 TRAVIS STREET Charge Accounts Invited I. W. ROTH I HE TWINS-Ay- E.O.WILLIS & SON. 1 We don't blam...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Thursday, October 9,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 «• 41 Visiting her mother in Dallas for two weeks is Mrs. Dudley Bar- ton of 4029 Southwestern. Entertaining Galveston visitors during thTs week-end were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Campbell of 539 S. Rice in Bellaire. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Monford. Recently returned from a visit in Chicago are Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Rogers of 2640 Centenary. PIANO AND ACCORDION INSTRUCTION Beginners to Advanced Classical and Popular Music E. V. Hegborn 3301 University M. 2-1936 J. 2-7463 DAVIDSON'S For GAS HEATERS And the New YULE LOG A Stove for Every Need All A.G.A. Approved PHONE M. 2-0143 Bellaire at Richmond End of Bus Line Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Hawley and children, Hal, Bobby, Greg and Michael, have moved herefrom West Columbia, Texas, and are lo- cated in their new home at 4247 Emory in West University. Back from an extended trip to Chicago and other points in Illi- nois is Mrs. Iva Matthews. She also visited in Oklahoma. Mrs. Matthews ma...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 9,1947 Mrs. F. says: "Wonderful re- sults!" She was talking about Times classified ads. Keep in step with yourself— don't worry about the rest of the parade. A NEW SHIPMENT 36 In. GINGHAM 89c Yard Brown, Red, Green, Blue Checks Permanent Finish ORGANDIE 40 In 89c Yard OTHER MATERIALS — SIMPLICITY PATTERNS 100% ALL-WOOL — ASSORTED COLORS HEAD SQUARES . . . . . $1.15 NYLON SQUARES . . $1.00 BANDANNAS 29c 5c and 10c PUGH'S $1 and up In The Village 2415 RICE BLVD. LEHIGH 0049 q $0 M £ j- Q i c til C y Here's a suit calculated to figure prominently in your plans for fall. Adaptable to dates or desks, it's cut on young 'n long lines; punc- tuated with tri-ply 'pockets.' Beautifully detailed in fine lustrous 100% worsted gabardine, smooth fall shades. Sizes 9 to 15. "Clothei Reflect" VltOvuto 2413 RICE BLVD. In The Village K. 3-0197 PROCLAMATION by the GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF TEXAS TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME: WHEREAS, the people o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Thursday, October 9,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 if you need workers... if you need a job.. "National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week," October 5 to 11, and every week - - remember ABILITY not Disability COUNTS HELP TfwANTfn 1 HIRE THE HANDICAPPED r. Y. ou bet he'll make good—thousands of physically handicapped persons are making good every day in all kinds of highly skilled and unskilled jobs in light and heavy industry. In fact, according to a new Depart- ment of Labor survey, conducted in cooperation with the Veterans Administration, physically handicapped persons when prepared for and properly placed in jobs, are as good or better workers than unimpaired per- sons. This survey shows physically impaired workers as a group (1) had fewer injuries (2) no greater absenteeism (3) production was as good in most cases and better in many. During NATIONAL EMPLOY THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED WEEK, we are calling these facts to the attention of the manufacturer, the retailer, wholes...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 9,1947 M. C. Burdsal Elevated In Church Brotherhood M. C. Burdsal of 213 North Avenue A in Bellaire was named director of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew of St. Mark's Episcopal Houston Band House R. E. (Bob) Smay EXPERT REPAIRING •12 McKinnay F. 77«1 Church at a recent meeting- of the group. Mr. Burdsal was elevated from the position of secretary- treasurer. Other officers named were Clay Waters, assistant director, and Louis Smith, secretary-treasurer. Retiring officers are LeRoy Wheeler and W. F. Gigliotti. Guest speaker at the meeting was the Rev. Alvin Hart who, two years ago, was associated with St. Mark's during the summer. He is now in charge of the Episcopal missions at Sealy and Hempstead. FULLER BRUSHES Territory, West University Place North of University Boulevard THE REGULAR 3.25 BRISTLE-COMB 1J5 W. S. SMITH Phone F. 0400 COSTUME JEWELRY AND HANDBAGS REPAIRED All types of repairs Work guaranteed Moderate prices SELECT REPAIR SH...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Thursday, October 9,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 Lutheran Church Women To Hold Annual Festival The annual Home Mission Fes- tival, sponsored by the Women's Missionary Society of Christ the King Lutheran Church, will be held at 8 p. m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Sheldon Reynolds of 2434 Southgate. The affair is held each year to aid the work of home missions in Texas. The program will include a film, "Let Us Build On," which depicts NOW AVAILABLE! WILLIAM'S FAMOUS KANSAS CITY MEATS AT THE FOOD BANK FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS 5407 Kelvin K. 3-2414 In The Village the founding of a new home mis- sion. Each step from the prelim- inary survey to the finished chapel will be shown. Musical selections by Mrs. H. W. Sorensen, Mrs. James Anderson and Mrs. Ken- neth C. Larson will round out the program. All women of the church are in- vited to attend the meeting. ★ Sunset Terrace Group Will Hold Tuesday Meet A coffee will precede the regu- lar business meeting of the Sun- set Terrace Garden Club t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 9,1947 The Mason-Dixon Line is a di- vision between "You-All" and "Youse-Guys." If you're going to be a minute man, don't be a last-minute man. Working on a crossword puzzle, Mrs. Green asked, "What is a fe- male sheep?" "Ewe," replied Mr. Green—and the battle was on. 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, Owner. Bill's- Imported and Domegtic WHISKEY • BRANDY • RUM WINES • CHAMPAGNE You Can Alwayi Depend on BILL'S PACKAGE STORE 2422 Rice Boulevard Jackson 2-2827 Pied Pipers--- have had their day--- MODERN PEST CONTROL comes under the head of reputable organized businesses, and any dealing with unrecognized services should be labeled: "at the cus- tomer's risk." HOUSTON PEST CONTROL ASS'N INC. "pnoMi Out (Three Years Ago Thi Week) With an estimated cost of $20 to $30 per 50-foot lot, the West University city co...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Thursday, October 9,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 > c J • /) 4 ♦ i J! « r RAMBLING.... West University's loss is Bell- aire's gain as Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Coy and daughters, Mary and Carolyn, move into their new home at 4502 Beech. They formerly re- sided at 6533 Mercer. . . . Announcing the birth of a baby daughter, Linda Jeanette, are Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Bell of San Antonio. The Bells formerly lived at 3720 Jardin in Southside Place. . . . It was a gala occasion when Sybil Ann Dunaway, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Dunaway of 4716 Locust in Bellaire, observed her third birthday yesterday. Fea- turing the party, held at the Tree Top Kindergarten, was a huge b.rthday cake, decorated in a cir- cus motif and encircled w.th ani- mal crackers. . . . Back from a plane trip to Boston is J. Roy Jones of 2722 Pemberton. Mr. Jones, owner of the Superior Distributing C o m pa n y, attended the National Funeral Directors As- sociation convention. . . . Mrs. Harrison B. Taylor of 5611 Chauc...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 9,1947 In A Bad Spot Parson Brown had concluded his sermon and was making the an- nouncements for next week. "And now, bred'ren," he said, "next Sun- day I will speak to you upon the condition of the church and my topic will be 'The Status Quo'." "Pardon me, Parson," interrupt- ed Deacon Jones, "but what do dat Status Quo mean?" "Well, Deacon," rejoined the Parson, "dat's Latin for we's in a hell of a fix." CORRECTION: A. B. ROGERS, instead of H. B. Rogers Is a Member of the Firm of KIMMONS-ROGERS REALTY CO. 2414 BELLAIRE BLVD. M. 2-9281 r MA TERNITY SLIPS in White, Black or Tearose $2 5 We Also Feature: SUITS — EVENING OR STREET DRESSES All Types Lingerie, Including GOWNS-BRAS GIRDLES-PANTIES and HOSPITAL JACKETS Mail Orders Promptly Filled THE MATERNITY MART Rice Boulevard Shopping Center In The Village 2522 Rice Blvd. Phone J. 2-2048 Also Lincoln Road — Miami Beach V. THIS IS IT! THE Bishop VENTA-GLASS Window For heolthy draft - 'fH na...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Thursday, October 9,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 Bellaire Appoints Marine Corps Vet As New Police Officer J. F. (Mike) Williams, a veter- an of four years service in the Marine Corps, last week was ap- pointed a police officer for the City of Bellaire, it was announced by J. H. Carrigan, chief of police. Only recently discharged from the service, Mr. Williams, prior to the war, served as a special agent for the Brink Protective Service. He was a member of the Military Police while in the Marines. According to Chief Carrigan, Mr. Williams will work the 8 p. m. to 4 a. m. shift. The addition of the new patrolman gives Bellaire active 24-hour police protection for the first time in the city's history. Henry Rosnovsky is the third mem- ber of the police force. Chief Carrigan announced that work of installing a two-way radio in the city police car is now com- plete and the set is in operation. The radio will be operated from the Houston police radio system, the police head stated. FOR...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 9,1947 REG'LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrnes ps sst! would you help your very own brother. out of a jam an keep it strictlv under. th MUM is th' word OKAY.' LET'S SEE AI (. you GET MB OUTA |? THIS JAM WITHOUT^/] . okay, butch- come out to th' back of th' sarage v^here we kin operate: BUSTltf TH JAR.f OF COURST.' JITTER By Arthur Pointer JW MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher cicero, vou WONDERFUL | u bov, wanting TO 3IV/EME I THATS all those | nothin' things--j[ mow would you like a new car with aiwould! a chauffeur? you give me things when you can-like- er-money for the movies- mama, which would vou rather havex,ther A pent-House on f would park avenue or i be nice, a country a-_ whv? estate? theyre some of the things i'm gonna buy you when I 6et rich — a wonderful mow like you/ how ABOUT Your-V what 1 T HANKS, MA! /^ 0ST U*&T,S S* LONG/ r-K FATHER! isthis? own airplane? I «Q:1?g West University Woman Succumbs In Hospital Death last week claimed Mr...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Thursday, October 9,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES \) ' 4 Parking Lot Installed By South Main Firms For Patrons, Football Fans Eager football fans who have sweated out parking jams at llice Institute are in for a bit of good news. Likewise the patrons of the business development in the 6600 block of South Main which con- Off For A Big Time PLUMBING FIXTURES • CABINET SINKS • Church Closet Seat* Pee Gee Paints E. BETTENCOURT 2522 Bissonnet K. 3-3993 Visit Flowerland for Fall BULBS Bulbs are one of the most satis- factory garden plants. Many kinds will naturalize here and provide beautiful flowers year after year. We offer the finest selection ever shown in Houston. Here are seven good convincing reasons why you can depend on Flowerland: 1. Larger Bulbs 2. Separate Colors 3. Better Varieties 4. Earlier Delivery (now) 5. Lower Prices 6. See Before Buying 7. Free Expert Help Visit Flowerland, see these bulbs and let us help you plan your bulb garden now. FLOWERLAND ONE STOP GARDEN SHOP S101 Ma...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 October 1947

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 9,1947 pKES£NTlN<> Y0UR FR'EW°S/j/u0 0URS . • • nxm&^0wm LIBBY'S SLICED OR CRUSHED SUPER VALUES THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Niblets01!O 01 FRESH CORN £. Tins U I c I CSh</L OFF THE COB GOLD COAST—SPICED ^ PEACHES No. 2% Cans TASTE BETTER, !c > GOLDEN SNOW A 261cake 98 SNOWDRIFT 3 a 99c £ BANANA NUT Oil KRAUT;- 10" I LOAF z. 29 APPLE SAUCE CUP CAKES LIBBY'S MAMMOTH SIZE A An i r> RIPE OLIVES S /flcj 29c ICE BOX COOKIES Doz. 29c FOR BETTER HEALTH NORTHERN BEEF—SQUARE CUT Shoulder ROAST lb. 49' LIBBY'S •j. DANISH SERVES SIX AA 11 Coffee Cake Z" TOMATO JUICE 10c No 2 Can .V.VA,AVWAW.SWASW.V.V.V.W.V.,.V.V.V, ► GREEN GIANT—GREAT BIG TENDER E SWEET PEAS 2- 35c ffVIVIfffffff HOME MADE STYLE KOSHER Big 24 Oz. Jar JONATHAN—NICE SIZE MORRELL PRIDE—GRADE A Sliced Bacon & 73 PICKLES 21c Crystal or Bama Strawberry I' J tV i J V Preserves £ 33cl"rrLW L uu'- ™ MORRELL PRIDE—4 to 6 LB. AVERAGE SUNNYLAND—IN QUARTERS NO. 1 RED picnic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 16 October 1947

50UTHWE5TER 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 4 HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 16, 1947 5e a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year County Launches Huge Improvement Project In Section Bridges And Street Paving In Bellaire, Improvements In WUP Slated To Start Soon One of the most extensive improvement programs ever to be designed for the Southwestern section was announced this week by Jack Townsend, county commissioner of Pre- cinct One. The program includes street repair, bridge con- struction, street paving and laying of storm sewers. Most imminent project in line by the county, according to Mr. Townsend, is the paving of the north side of Bellaire Boulevard from Kirby Drive to — Bellaire Young People Gather Clothes For Aged ¥ '1 d P.*. 4v The clothing drive currently being sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 16 October 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 16,1947 SOUTH WESTER 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 3-5566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 16, 1947 A Tribute To Our Parent-Teacher-Associations PROCLAMATION by the GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF TEXAS TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME: WHEREAS, October 19, 1909, the Texas Congress of Parents and Teachers was organized and dedicated to serv- ing the childhood ...

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