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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Thursday, October 23,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 IT'S THREE-EE O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING - - AS CHIEF CARRIGAN FOUND OUT THE HARD WAY The moon was bright, the night was pleasant and the two slightly tipsy gentlemen weren't too con- cerned when their car stalled in front of 1113 Mulberry Lane in Bellaire at 3 a. m. one morning last week. Especially since some two bottles of liquid refreshment still remained. No one was particularly con- cerned for a while. Drowsily, the driver watched his companion drop off to sleep. With no one to talk to, the driver followed suit. lie made the mistake of slumping over the steering wheel, his chest pressed against the horn. It wasn't long before lights snapped on in the neighboring homes. Heads popped from win- dows muttering sleepy invectives. But it remained for the occu- pant of 1113 Mulberry Lane to do something about it. And do some- thing he did, being, of course, Bell- aire's chief of police, James H. Carrigan. In corporation court last Thurs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 23, 1947 Braeswood Resident Collects Chinese Antiques Mrs. E. K. Chunn Has Unusual Specimens Of Eastern Culture What's in a name?—a rath er indefinite question. But not to Mrs. E. K. Chunn of 2433 Glennhaven in Braeswood whose name launched her on one of the most interesting hobbies to be found in the South- western section. Reposing in the Chunn home is a fine collection of Chinese an- tiques, possibly one of the finest in the South. And all because of a name—her name. The name, Chunn, which is Eng- lish, but in Chinese means ^'spring," is the cause of it all. 3t got her thinking in terms of vChina, and the result is her col- ketion. Oriental Atmosphere One gains the impression of what might be a Chinese temple on entering the Chunn home—a temple sprinkled with the appoint- ments of tastefully selected mod- BELLAIRE CAFE For Good Food OPEN 5 A. M —CLOSE 9 P. M. Breakfast Until 10:30 A. M. Plate Lunches—10:30 to 2 P.M. Fish, Chickcn, Steak...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Thursday, October 23,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5, Poisoning of Pets In Bellaire Baffles Police Department The Bellaire Police Department this week was waging an intensive hunt for one or more unknown persons who have caused the death of 14 dogs in the city during the past week by distributing poisoned meat. Although the deaths have oc- curred all over the city, according to J. H. Carrigan, chief of police, most of the poisoning cases have occurred in the vicinity of South 0 Third and Southdale addition. The poisoners, according to Car- rigan, apparently throw the meat, saturated with strychnine, from a car. At least two cases of dog poisoning have occurred recently in West University also, it was learned. Chief Carrigan warned all dog owners to keep the:r pets off the streets and especially urged par- ents to warn children jiot to put any food in their mouths picked up on the streets. The Bellaire police had made no arrests early this week. * South Main Hardware Is Enlarged; New ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 23, 1947 Definition Education does not mean teach- ing people what they don't know. It means teaching them to behave as they do not behave. It is a work to be done by kindness, by watch- ing, by precept, and by praise. But above all—by example.—J. Ruskin. AUTO LUBRICATION Special This Week! With Every Lubrication Or Oil Change We Will Wash Your Car At No Additional Charge COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS AAA AUTO LAUNDRY & EQUIPMENT COMPANY 6011 KIRBY DR. In The Village L. 1458 ■r K. 3-7375 Let's Get Acquainted Just about one of the busiest young business men in The Village is Manuel Savage, manager of the Butler-Grimes store on Uni- versity Boulevard. Cheerfully ad- Houston Band Home R. E. (Bab) Sen.y EXPERT REPAIRING 812 McKinney F. 7761 mitting that work is his hobby, Manuel spends long hours figuring out new merchandising ideas and displays. For other hobbies, when time permits, he enjoys collecting stamps and working around the house. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Thursday, October 23,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Contractor Writes That Low-Cost Paving Is Adequate For WUP October 21, 1947. Editor Southwestern Times Dear Sir: In replying to the article of Oc- tober 16th concerning specifica- tions for West University Place residential paving, I would like to clarify the facts. The four-inch compacted asphalt sand shell stab- ilized material with an asphalt and stone wearing surface is a pave- ment that will last 10 to 15 years with minimum maintenance. This type of pavement is offered to the homeowners of West University Place for a price of less than $4.00 per running foot of property; and, while it has been termed by some as "Inferior," that is not the fact; it simply is an alternate type of pavement that will give successful service. While various other types of more expensive, but less practical, pavement have been offered, this is the best investment for the homeowner. The Texas State Highway de- partment is building hundreds of miles of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 23, 1947 County Spastic Circle Elects Donald H. Bond The Harris County Spastic Cir- cle at a recent meeting of the group elected Donald H. Bond of 2728 Tangley as its new president. Mr. Bond succeeds Russell A. Bon- ham who resigned because of press- ing business responsibilities. Mr. Bond was elevated from a vice-presidency. 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, Owners Or By Appointment (Offices Formerly Occupied by Dr. Graves) Wishes to Announce the Opening Practice of Dentistry (Special Attention to Children) of His Office for the General Dr. J. D. Peacock, Jr. 2489 University Blvd. (Over Peterson's Pharmacy) Lehigh 6332 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BELLAIRE, TEXAS Notice is hereby given that the Planning 'onunission of the City of Bellaire, Ti , Octol ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Thursday, October 23, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Mrs. V. L. Evans To Fete Braeswood Garden Club Mrs. V. L. Evans of 2338 Maro- neal will bo hostess to the regular meeting of the Braeswood Garden Club in her home at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. The meeting will be devoted en- tirely to club business with no special events planned, according to Mrs. J. W. Luker, club presi- dent. .. . .,, TVectdutqA Will take care of all de- tails for the ceremony, rehearsal and reception..' WE ALSO TAKE CARE of TEAS nnd RECITALS PHONE OUR COUNSELOR K. 3-0784 TEEN-TALK By CHARLES TAPLEY . . . Perhaps New Braunfels is a long way off from here but her teen-agers are a long way off from being different from the best of our own. I speak now of the sweetest little lady you'll ever find . . . ELENOR LUCKETT. I know a lot of the teen-agers of this area spend their vacations in New Braunfels and a lot of them know her or HARRY ANDER- SON here in Houston. HARRY has it bad for little ELLI and every possible moment h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 23,1947 Teen Talk-- (Continued from Page 9) . . . 'cause in any man's tongue that's all it takes to make a swell couple! . . . Final six week exams have been taking up most everyone's time lately, not excluding mine. I hope next week I can have more names in the news and until then . . . I'll see you around. Top Teen-Agers *' . . . Top teen-agers of the week— two of the square dancingest youngsters west of the Mississippi they are CAROLYN KIATTA and DAVID GILES. Popular, friendly Radio Repairs Yoi Can Hare Con- I SOUTHAMPTON • SOUTH SIDE • BELLAIRE OUR PLEDGE To use only quality parts and charga fair prices JACKSON 2-7449 KRENZLER RADIO SERVICE CAROLYN KIATTA and capable of keeping up to par with any group of dancers this pair of teen-agers have been com- pleting a square for over a year and a month. They've danced a plenty!! The group is sponsored by Dr. C. D. Journell and have danced from one end of Texas to the other. At the present th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Thursday, October 23,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 f ♦ (ZaCettclcvi BELLAIRE BAPTIST 4820 Locust F. A. TIPPEN, Pastor Training Union .. Evening Worship Wednesday 7:30 p. BELLAIRE LUTHERAN MISSION (Missouri Synod) Bcllaire City Hall R. B. EHLERS, Pastor Morning Worship 10:30 a. BELLAIRE METHODIST Condit Elementary Scliool FRED W. MARSH. Pastor Sunday School 10:00 a. "The Cardinal Virl CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN Roberts School, Greenhrair at Addison KENNETH C. LARSON, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Divine Worship 11:00 a.m. MacDonald's farm *WE COULD MAKE A MOW TVM/TE, RED. IF WE JUST MAD A SITTER J" 1(9 If we just had a chance to prove to you that we're superior in the pharmacy business, we feel sure that you'd make BEN LAWS PHARMACY your drug store headquarters from that day for- ward. We specialize in filling prescrip- tions, have a complete gift, cosmetic and toiletrie department and our foun- WE DELIVER BEN LAWS PHARMACy 3644 UNIVERSITY M.2-2336 CHURCH OF THE HOLY GHOST Incarnat...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 23, 1947 LAUREN E. STOLP SPEECH AND HEARING CLINIC Phone C. 4-8107 Room 1 2415 San Jacinto St. Burbridge Bldg. HOUSTON, TEXAS Methodists To Observe Prayer Week Tuesday Services fur the Week of Prayer will be held in the parlors of the West University Methodist Church at 10 a.m. Tuesday under the spon- sorship of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the church. Mrs. Gus Barkow of 6512 Mer- cer, president of the group, stated that all ladies of the church are invited to attend. Say You Saw It In The Times. HAROLD'S has what it takes for ... and it takes Harold to put your car in good condition. Eight years of satisfac- tory service is our very best recommendation. WHEN YOU HAVE CAR TROUBLES CALL HAROLD'S GARAGE HAROLD ICETT UNIVERSITY BLVD. AT KIRBY FRANK M. ALLEN In The Village JACKSON 2-9774 I Elegant 18th Century Dining Furniture The graceful beauty of your dining room will enhance the luxury of your eating pleasure. Delicately de...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Thursday, October 23,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Pago 13 Itt&KKUccitiy A NEW BUILDING IN BELLAIRE 4546-48 OLD RICHMOND ROAD home of BOGEY CAFE GEIST & DRIVE-IN ELECTRIC CO. AMPLE PARKING SPACE ADJOINING BISSONNET GOLF RANGE Bogey Cafe and Drive-In Geist Electric Co, This fine building was built by CHAS. F. BROWN, contractor, for DR. BAZELLE G. FRAZIER BOGEY CAFE & DRIVE-IN 4548 OLD RICHMOND ROAD EARL NEAL, Owner Here Is A New Place To Eat In Bellaire — CONVENIENT FOR FOLKS IN WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, TOO! YOU'LL LIKE OUR GOOD FOOD Short Orders and Regular Meals r SPECIALIZING IN K.C. STEAKS CHICKEN DINNERS MEALS TO GO COLD BEER Located on Old Richmond Road—Between Ave. A and Post Oak Road Adjoining Bissonnet Golf Range GEIST ELECTRIC CO NOW IN IT'S NEW HOME 4546 OLD RICHMOND ROAD You are cordially invited to visit our new store. We will have every facility for serving all needs in the repair and maintenance of all electric ap- pliances. APPLIANCE SALES AND SERVICE Philco Radio...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 23,1947 Bellaire Presybterians Announce Church Rally A rally for the parents and teach- ers of the Bellaire Presbyterian Church will be held at 8 o'clock to- LOEW'S Charles Chaplin in "MONSIEUR VERDOUX" night in the church, it was an- nounced by Rev. Edwin Albright, pastor. Speaker will be F. L. Du- gan, an active church layman. Purpose of the rally, according to Reverened Albright, is to foster a better relationship- between par- ents and teachers of the church and to stimulate Sunday School attendance. The regular October Worker's Conference will be held at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday for all Sunday School teachers and workers of the church, the pastor stated. * The demand for classified ad- vertising in the Times has risen sharply. To add a convenience for our readers, the Times will now accept classified ads until noon Tuesday for Thursday publication. FUNERAL Sprays and Designs Tastefully designed funeral sprays from The Bokay Shop honor the ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Thursday, October 23,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 a jk «► s. • ^KMt Owi *pile4. (Three Years Ago This Week) A petition bearing 2,000 names was presented to the Houston School Board by residents of the Southwestern section asking relief from crowded school conditions in the area. The petition was pre- sented by Rev. J. Lawrence Plum- ley, chairman of the Post-War Ed- ucation Committee. (Although no permanent relief has been received yet, the school board, this month, SPECIAL Fuller Hair Brushes Territory: S. Main to Audeo South of University Blvd. J. ARTHUR BROWN F. 0040 \ J.2-2170 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 Bu...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

SOUTHWESTERN- TIMES Thursday, October 23,1947 Parent- Teacher Group Of Roberts Plans Reception A reception will be held at 7:30 p. m. Monday at Roberts School by the Roberts Parent-Teacher Asso- ciation, it was announced this week by Mrs. George Wright of 2730 Centenary, P.-T. A. president. Purpose of the reception, Mrs. Wright said, will be to foster a better acquaintance between the mothers and teachers. The recep- tion will follow a business meeting, Mrs. Wright stated. Where else could 50 cents buy so much? Times classified ads. Key- stone 3-5566. RUG & CARPET CLEANING CO. DOMESTIC and ORIENTAL • CLEANING • BINDING • ALTERING • REPAIRING • REWEAVING • STORING Tackad Down Carpets Cleaned on the Floor in Your Home or Office All Rugs Insured While in Our Care 2619 Bissonnet S. M. BERIAN, Mgr. H. 6410 MAKE AN ALL-WEATHER ROOM OF YOUR SCREENED PORCH Let us remodel your porch and install wood or steel case- ment windows. The use of knotty pine, or other beautiful wood, will make i...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Thursday, October 23,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 RAMBLING.... Back home at 3751 Rice Boule- vard after a stay in the hospital is Dr. D. W. Miles. . . . A new saleslady at Nussbaum's Shoe Store is Mrs. Blanche Fitz- gerald of 3922 Browning. . . . Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. Prue Benson of 6421 Se- wanee. The new baby, Raymond Earl, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sanders. Mrs. Sanders is the former Miss Vivian Benson. . . . T. Paul Jones of 5808 Wakefor- est has joined the staff of the Keenan Furniture Company as a salesman. . . . It's a baby girl at the home of Dr. and Mrs. B. G. Frazier, 3763 Ingold. She was born October 8 and weighed REAL ESTATE LOANS General Insurance LOUIS A. EHLERS, Jr. F. 0559 M. 2-7202 eight pounds, eight ounces. The new arrival has been named Jane. . . . All the way from Columbia, South Carolina, have come Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hammond to make their home at 6505 Rutgers in West University. Mr. Hammond is an engineer with Humble Oil and Refini...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 23, 1947 GIVE--- NOW! To Your Gommunity Chest It's easier and safer to give if you have a Checking Account at the University State Bank ★ Your check, made out to the Community Chest, serves just the same as cash in aiding the 35 Red Feather Agencies to give help to those who need it. * Ss-7' You can't begin to realize the convenience and saving in time that a checking account will mean to you. Just think how easy it would be to pay all your bills by check and mail them instead of having to go to each store in person. And, too, you then have a record of all pay- ments and can keep up with your expenditures. Come by your friendly University State Bank today and open an account. You'll find a close- to-home bank mighty convenient. 6135 KIRBY DRIVE Member Federal Depoiit Insurance Corporation KEYSTONE 3-5574

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Thursday, October 23,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 ► 9.I Say You Saw It In The Times. I REPAIR ELECTRIC IRONS AND LAMPS 24 HOUR SERVICE NICHOLS Sales Lady Wanted Young lady, experienced in selling, to work in Jewelry Store. Excellent working con- ditions. See Mr. Blum at 6624 South Main, next door to Ship Ahoy. Bellaire Lutherans Hold Sunday School Classes The Bellaire Lutheran Mission, Missouri Synod, has now begun Sunday School classes, it was an- nounced this week by Rev. Robert B. Ehlers, pastor of the newly created congregation. Meeting in the Bellaire City Hall, the church will offer Sunday School services each Sunday at 9:30 a.m. to be followed by the morning worship at 10:30 a.m., Reverend Ehlers said. CLASSIFIED tch bicycle. M. 2-7690. Southwestern Times, 3-5566. 2510 Times Blvd. in The Village. APARTMENT OR HOUSE, 3 rooms or more, furnished or unfurnished urgently needed in next 30 days. Call J. Nelson, C. 5161. IfUl/ffilfUW — YOUR BELLAIRE GROCER 5104 CEDAR MEATS' • VEG...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 28, 1947 Rainy Mother: "Why, Johnny, what have you done with all your money? Your money-box is empty!" Johnny: "Well, mother, yester- day was a rainy day, so 1 spent Vacuum Geaners, Mix-Masters, Fans, Lamps and other electri- cal appliances repaired. HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP 6111 KIRBY NEAR RTCE BLVD When sanding unfinished furni- ture for painting, sand thoroughly with fine sandpaper wrapped around a padded wood block. Wipe off with a soft lintless cloth. When winding a hank of wool, wind it the wool i aside for a courages m Dili ball. sn't all used or is pu vhile the moth ball dis )ths. Backless summer dresses should be made with a jacket, if you want to get full service from them. On cool nights a light bolero jacket will protect your back. Root vegetables retain their nutri- tive value and freshness longer if the tops are trimmed off before I hey are stored. Your brown and white saddle "I Have a BETTER way to iron" THE IRONER THAT IRONS EVE...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Thursday, October 23, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page-21 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ELECTION THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF HARRIS HARRIS COUNTY WATER CONTROL DISTRICT NO. 12 WHO OWN TAXABLE PROPERTY IN SAID DISTRICT AND WHO HAVE DULY RENDERED THE SAME FOR TAXATION TAKE NOTICE that an election will he held in the District on the 15tli day of No- ! proposition and at the CALLING AN ELECTION ON THE QUESTION OF THE ISSUANCE OF $925,000.00 OF IMPROVEMENT BONDS PAYABLE FROM A PLEDGE ADEQUATE TO PROVIDE FOR SUCH PAYMENT. ^WHEREAS, said district has adopted thu: d district has adopted a lents designed to furnish •er system and has an cpectancy of net revenues from the opera- mi of said systems; and WHEREAS, the plan for improvements lopted were prepared for the disti' tially follows: ESTIMATED COST OF WATER AND SEWER SYSTEM 0,000 gal. rest and chlorin 100,000 gal. ele- "rants, pipe . . :ellaneous, office building 15.000.0t. 30.000 0> Hydrants, pipe and pipe lines 317,3>X) (X " ' uilding and _...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Page 22 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 23,1947 REG'LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrnes thas what id uk6 to own - - a fountain what writes under. watf.k. it was okay - - but ONCE. BUT I wasn.t it i got tirep o' gettin' in oipn like rr ANY GOOD! th bathtub every time- i wanted t write JITTER By Arthur Pointer Ml 11 SUM M MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher well, that's life I (guess! I'M ASHAMED oF You.' THIS REPORT CARD IS ABSOLUTELY THE WORST I'VE EVER SEEN.' ain't it though; it's one of Your old ones. I found it up t in the attic. 60SH.THIS REPORT CARD IS TERRIBLE! FORTY IN SPELLIN: FIFTY-FIVE IN "\history; arithmetics not So bad Sixty—but deportment- "e" that's bad/ CICERO? was wearing an earring set with matching brooch, hand carved from ivory, so delicate that a magnify- ing glass is necessary to see the detail of the carvings. The carv- f\ ing was done in China but was ^ then sent to England where it was placed in a Tiffany setting. The collecting of antique Chinese items can sometimes be...

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