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

Thursday, October 23,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 23 Brownies Go On Week-End Outing Eagerly anticipating the week-end outing, the members of Brownie Troop 18 of West University are shown above on the day they received final instructions from their leader on the camping trip which the Brownies made over the week-end to Camp Tejas near Webster. Left lo right, front row, are Mrs. O. L. Wylie of 3024 Amherst, troop leader, Bobbie Crout, Vivanna Nicholson, Carolyn Hailey, Deane Poth and Esther Jessen; second row, Alice Wright, Phyllis Milliger, Myrna Lois Wylie, Barbara Fisk, Elsie Pearl Hostetter, Wanda Bridgforth and Mrs. John Nicholson, assistant leader; third row, Joan Bodet, Beverly Bevil, Phyllis Shambaugh, Mary Carolyn Powers, Sandra Stevenson and Sara Whatley. Accompanying the group on the trip were Mrs. R. E. Powers, second assistant leader; Mrs. Herman Wright, troop committee chairman; Mrs. C. A. Stinson, outdoor chairman, and Mrs. R. F. Hodder, organization chairman of Roberts...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 October 1947

Page 24 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 23,1947 BALANCE^BUDGET SAVE ON OUR EVERY DAY LOW PRICES SUPER VALUES - - THURSDAY - - FRIDAY - - SATURDAY OPEN FRIDAY EVENING TIL 8:00 P.M. BAKE R Y DELICIOUS MARBLE CAKE Two Layer 79' DANISH AA. ROLLS - 39' ASSORTED ICING APf CUP CAKES - 35' FANCY HALLOWE'EN QQ( Cookies ■>- JJ Salt Rising 1? FLAVOR IS THE PROOF °f QUALITY BAMA PURE 4 GRAPE JAM £ 19' PREPARED M AP. PRUNES 2-25' SIGNET PREPARED IN HEAVY SYRUP STORE HOURS MON.-TUES.-THURS.—8:30 - 6:00 WED. OPEN ALL DAY-8:30 - 6.00 FRIDAY—8:30 - 8:00 SATURDAY—8 :30 - 7:00 LIBBY'S—SOLID PACK CUSTARD 4 -J^ Pumpkin 11 HOME MADE STYLE WHOLE 4 P"f DILI PICKLES '"15 ■s0 """% Crosse & Blackwell | Tomato I I JUICE f pitted"dates «--23t \3 25'i READY TO SERVE n or, % v# READY TO SERVE OTp CHOP SUEY 3-25c p IIH///C % OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY FOR PIES MADS,PUDDINGS EXTRA FANCY JONATHAN APPLES ' No. 1 LOUISIANA g* g* YAMS 5 - 29' ZIGLER'S ^ f APPLE % I SAUCE | %2 25c^ No. 1 NEW Potatoes 5 29 8 SPRY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

SUUTHWE5TER 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 G HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 30, 1947 : a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year School Board Lets Contract For Building To Serve Section University Boulevard Gets Paving—At Last Possible Use Of School As Junior-Senior Unit May Fail To Relieve Crowded Condition With the designation of simply a "high school," the school board of the Houston Independent School District Monday awarded a contract totalling $1,796,295 to the J. W. Bateson -Construction Company for erection of a school building at Heights Boulevard and Stella Link Road, just south of the 3900 block of Bellaire Boulevard. The board blandly ignored a demand from the residents of the Southwestern section to designate the new building as a junior high school only. Accordin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 30,1947 SQUTHVVESTER 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.. ETTA MARTIN BILL WAGNER V. C. J. NEWTON Editor and Publisher Managing Editor ..Reporter ami Feature Editor 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 3-6566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 30, 1947 CHRISTMAS 1947 SHOP EARLY—SHOP LOCALLY We all remember when the war ended how we felt that all the things we had wanted would soon be back on the market. Why, in 60 days, we told ourselves, cars, radios, bicycles and washing machines were going to be as plentiful as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

Thursday, October 30,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 St. Vincent Altar Group Will Meet Next Tuesday The regular meeting of the Altar Society of St. Vincent De Paul Church will be held at 1 p. m. Tuesday in the school cafeteria, it was announced this week by Mrs. G. P. DeLisle, president. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Del B. Prosperi, prominent in local garden club circles, who will dis- cuss "Church Garden Clubs." ★ Safety A person who operates his car with the attitude that he never has the right-of-way usually is a BELLAIRE CAFE For Good Food OPEN 5 A.M.—CLOSE 9 P.M. Breakfatt Until 10:30 A.M. Plate Lunched—10:30 to 2 P.M. Fish, Chicken, Steaks, Barbecue and Cold Plates served from— 2 to 9 P.M. • COLD BEER • C. H. Neiiu., Prop. M. 2-0182 Kopy Kats Celebrate Birthday Garden Study Club Will Hear Mrs. J. W. Slaughter Mrs. Charles A. Pace of 2611 Pittsburgh will be hostess in her home to the regular monthly meet- ing of the Garden Study Club at 10 a.m. Tuesday. Guest speaker will be Mrs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 30,1947 lin. REAL ESTATE LOANS General Insurance LOUIS A. EHLERS, Jr. F. 0559 M. 2-7202 St. Vincent Mothers To Have Coffee Wednesday The annual coffee of St. Vin- cent De Paul School Mother's Club will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p. m. Wednesday in the home of the group's president, Mrs. Leon Stipanovic of 2437 Bellaire Boule- vard. ^ Say You Saw It In The Times. OPEN EVERY DAY AND SUNDAY TOO • Southern Hardware Co, The Friendly Hardware Store 2509 RICE IN THE VILLAGE J.2-9156 sj: iSr 2406 RICE BLVD. Village Medical Bldg. Floral Arrangements For • THE HOME • YOUR CHURCH • YOl'R HOSTKSS • SIM-XT A I. OCCASIONS Let's Get Acquainted L. 4466 City Wide Delivery Firmly convinced that South- side Place is the best spot in the world to live, Mrs. B. II. Estess makes an ideal president for the Women's Civic Club of that city. Ever since they "stumbled upon" the home they bought at 3746 Darcus in 1943, the Estess fam- ily has been blessing its lucky s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

Thursday, October 30,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 West Universi Pauline Mcintosh Weds William Boggess In Home Ceremony The marriage of Miss Pauline Jewell Mcintosh to William P. Boggess, Jr. was solemnized on Wednesday afternoon of last week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Mcintosh, 3715 Sunset Boulevard. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Boggess, Sr. of Fort Worth. White chrysanthemums and white tapers in tall candelabra j adorned the improvised altar be- j fore which the vows were taken. Rev. J. Vernon Wheeless read the | marriage lines. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an afternoon dress with a brown skirt and a bodice of palomino studded with gold sequins. Sequins also adorned her hat, and she carried a white orchid on a prayer book. Her ac- brown. matron Visit Flowerland for Fall BULBS Bulbs are otic of the most satis- factory garden plants. Many kinds will naturalize here and provide beautiful flowers year after year. We offer the finest...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 30,1947 Thoughtful Child will spank you right here on the Little Leroy was not behaving street- so well and had about exhausted I The little fellow looked up. "But his mother's patience. "Leroy," mother," he said, "where would she said, "if you don't behave I' you sit?" RUG & CARPET CLEANING CO. DOMESTIC and ORIENTAL • CLEANING • BINDING • ALTERING • REPAIRING • REWEAVING • STOR1NC r«ck«d Down Carpet. Cleaned on tha Floor in Your Home or Offle. All Rug* Insured While in Our Care 2619 Bissonnet S. M. BERIAN, Mgr. H. 64)0 Anything in Leather Makes a Beautiful, Unusual and Distinctive Gift. JUST RECEIVED! A LIMITED NUMBER OF BEAUTIFULLY MARKED UNBORN CALF SKINS. IDEAL FOR PURSES, BRIEF CASES, BILLFOLDS, MATCHING SETS. Orders Taken Now Can Be Made In Plenty of Time For Christmas. 3003 FANNIN ST. J. 2-9 Making preparations to leave soon for Frankfurt, Germany, where she will join her son, Capt. Robert Reed, is Mrs. L. C. Reed of 2431 Add so...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

Thursday, October 30,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Oun 0?ile4, (Three Years Ago This Week) The West University City Coun- cil adopted a 1944-45 budget of $262,491.73. (An indication of the tremendous rise in prices of labor and equipment plus an expanded population is seen in the budget for 1947-48 which totals $453,- 441.60.) Rev. V. Cyrus Barcus, for four years pastor of the West Univer- sity Methodist Church, was trans- ferred to Waples Memorial Church in Denison, Texas. For gallantry in action in New Guinea, Capt. Albert H. Braden, Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Braden of 2351 Kelving in Braes- wood, was awarded the Silver Star. B. Frank Johnson of 6428 Aud- en died suddenly while attending a convention of the Southwestern Warehouse and Transfer Associa- tion in Fort Worth. One of Walt Disney's most fa- mous productions, "Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs," was thrilling residents of the section at the Village Theatre, three years ago this week. Mrs. Joseph Human, Jr., Aus- trali...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 30,1947 Southside Garden Club To Meet Next Thursday A coffee will precede the regu- lar meeting of the Southside Gar- den Club to be held at 10 a. m. next Thursday in the park club- house, it was announced this week by Mrs. R. H. Dorf. Hostesses for the coffee will be Mrs. E. F. Bell and Mrs. G. K. Miller. Guest speaker will be Mrs. A. C. Chandler, president of the Greenbriar Garden Club, who will talk on an "All-Year Garden." All women of Southside Place, interested in garden club work, are invited to attend the meetings of the Southside group, Mrs. Dorf 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 308 TRAVIS STREET Charge Accounts Invited I. W. ROTH LOVELY TO LOOK AT . . . delightful to wear . . . and oh so easy to keep! This softly waved coiffure for the fall season. PERMANENT WA...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

Thursday, October 30,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 P * Ki4 Halloween Fete Set For Tomorrow By Condit P. - T. A. An all-outdoor Hallowe'en car- nival for Bellaire school children will be staged tomorrow night at Condit Elementary School by the Condit Parent - Teacher Associa- tion. The affair will get under way at G p. m. with a costumed grand march, it was announced. Facilities for lighting the school grounds have been secured. Featuring the program will be a costume contest with prizes to be awarded for the funniest, clev- erest and spookiest costume. Other highlights of the occasion will in- clude apple bobbing, a grab bag, continuous free movies, a fortune teller and juke box music. The home room mothers are in charge of refreshments and en- tertainment. ENRICH YOUR SOIL Sandy loam top soil, fertilizer and cotton boll mold. Guaranteed 2704 BISSONNET M 2-5233 Plan School Festival of the Halloween carnival planned for lorrow night will depend upon the group of women pictured above...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 30,1947 Local Girls Take Part In Church Production Miss Mary Ann Jackson of 3731 Darcus in Southside Place will di- rect the play, "The Pot Boiler," which is to be presented at 8 p. m. Tuesday at St. Paul's Methodist Church, 5501 South Main, by the Senior Players of the church. Leading roles in the play have been given to two residents of the section, Sally Snioot of 3514 Not- tingham and Mary Ida Hubbard of 3708 Ingold. Tickets may be secured by the public at the door. (^/ucicA (^aiettdat BELLAIRE BAPTIST F. A. 'tIPPEN," Pastor BELLAIRE METHODIST CondU Elementary School FRED W. MARSH. Pastor BELLAIRE LUTHERAN MISSION (Missouri Synod) BELLAIRE PRESBYTERIAN EDWIN tfUifhtfrfrh YOUR BELLAIRE GROCER MEATS • VEGETABLES • FRUITS HALLOWE'EN SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY--FRIDAY--SATURDAY TEXAS JUICY ORANGES—30c FULL DRESSED MILK-FEI FRYERS- 59° WASHINGTON JONATHAN APPLES*"- 33c LOUISIANA KILN-DRIED YAMS > 20c VALLEY Grapefruit 5 f-23c SWEET PEA BRAND...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

Thursday, October 30, 1947 S OUT H WESTERN TIMES Page 11 W 4 W • I • ** • i *> TAXICAB SERVICE COMES TO ALL RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY AT THE SAME RATES PREVALENT IN HOUSTON YELLOW CABS P. 1234 CHECKER CABS C.SI5I NOW OPERATING TO AND FROM WEST UNIVERSITY AT THE FOLLOWING RATES: 35c First mile 5c Each additional V* mile The City of West University Place Has Granted an Exclusive Franchise to the Texas Transportation Company to Provide Adequate Service At Reasonable Rates. You Can Depend on Our Taxicab Service.

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 30,1947 Sleeping Apparel Customs Officer: "Lady, you said this bag contained clothes, but it's full of brandy." Woman:.. "Certainly—my hus- band's nightcaps." LOEW'S "CHRISTMAS EVE" with GEORGE RAFT JOAN BLONDELL GEORGE BRENT RANDOLPH SCOTT RAMBLING.... Spending a few days at home last veek to recover from a slight ill- icss was W. C. (Bill) Buschardt, r. of 4144 Kuskin, president of thi .Vest University Civic Club. . . Mrs. Paul Creekmore of 2207 Robinho od, an official in the Junior and Te n-Age Skating Clubs, has announc ed that due to a delayed opening of the Polar Wave Ice Palace, the groups will not open their sc ason as soon as planned. Howevc there are still vacancies in the rganizations and boys and girls of the section are urged to join thi groups and learn spins, jumps ; id ice dances. . . . NURXERy CO. LANDSCAPE SERVICE VISITORS WELCOME Come out and visit our 10-acre display grounds. • • 4400 BELLAIRE BLVD. Established 1843 NO...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

Thursday, October 30,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Teen Talk - - Back a few years while he at- tended Pershing Junior High HICKMAN began making a name for himself. When the Teen-Age Canteen was first organized he was elected to be the first master of ceremonies. In his last year at Pershing, by popular vote HICK- MAN became the school's most popular boy. EVERY DAY SPECIAL KLEIN'S ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS 40c QUART AT ALL KLEIN DEALERS ALL OVER HOUSTON ALL MAKES & MODELS • Prompt Service • Work Guaranteed • Pickup and Delivery • Free Estimates PHONE H. 9648 Authorized Dealer WESTINGHOUSE, ZENITH and EMERSON RADIOS Westinghouse Appliances HART RADIO & APPLIANCE CO. 1719 Bissonnet M. A. HART, Jr.. Owner HICKMAN CORLEY Photo by Bob I.amonte ALICE JAN FLACK who much against his liking attends college in way off Virginia. Their song is "If You Were The Only Girl In The World" and through the generosity of BOB BLASE and radio station KXYZ at 4:30 this afternoon HICKMAN will be sal- uted by ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 30,1947 Funeral Rites Held At St. Vincent For Mrs. Joseph Michels rites for Mrs. Gertrude Barbara FULLER BRUSH SPECIAL Reg 4.45 Clear Q AC Lycite Hair Brush 0-51*1 Can G. T. BLAIR Michels, 69, of 6403 Mercer died recently in her home, was a member of the Altar Sot of the church. Survivors include her husb Joseph P. Michels: four daughters, Mrs. Helen Weiss, Mrs. Celeste and Mrs. Gertrude Meredith, all of r "S. Ernst of Fort Wi Fort Wayne, grandchildren of the Rosary in.the family resi- at the church. Rev, Brooks officiated. Burial was in Garden of Gethsemani Cemetery. Pallbearers were W. F. Weiss, leI°hK \u p p°e 1, Harold E*. and William MAKE AN ALL-WEATHER ROOM OF YOOR SCREENED PORCH ment windows. The use of knotty pine, or other beautiful the year around. Call us for free estimates. WATTS WOOD SPECIALTIES PAUL S. WATTS. Owner 5903 Goforth H. 2310 O WILLIS & SON HUMBLE LEGAL NOTICE maei stjafars aid • : bonds i above THEREFORE. BR IT RESOLV...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

Thursday, October 30,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 * T t Bellaire City Commission Faces Hot Issue In Zoning Recently Acquired Territory The 280 acres of land comprising Evergreen Courts recently annexed by the City of Bellaire had all the earmarks of a hot potato following a public hearing staged last Thurs- day night by the city council. Pur- pose of the hearing was to deter- mine what type of zoning should be NEW 1948 ELECTROLUX VACUUMS Now Available Tl gets more dirt easier and quicker, shampoos rugs and up- holstery, waxes floors, cleans Venetians, demoths clothes and rugs. Free Home Demonstration J. 2-8670 Studies By placed in effect in the ar ting point, the council l its p. from the city planning com- n asking single family dwcll- onstruction only throughout Hire territory. No provisions u s i n e s s establishments or nent projects was made in the signed by A. K. Nannen, lan of the planning board, all of the estimated 100 per- iresent agreed with the recom- ition. Business...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 30,1947 William Riley Mathews To Wed Los Angeles Girl N. W. Moran of Los Angeles announces the engagement of his daughter, Jean Claire, to William Riley Mathews, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Mathews of 2808 Tang- ley. The marriage will be solemn- ized tomorrow at St. Paul's Meth- odist Chui'ch. WEE MODERN SHOP Infants' and Children's Apparel GIRLS TO 14 JUST ARRIVED! BALLERINA BRIEFS 49c 3220 Yoakum * Going Up--- FINER PHARMACY WE'LL BE SERVING YOU SOON This week work is being started on the roof of our building. Keep up with our progress. Drive by 5401 Old Rich- mond Road at 7th, just west of the Circle where the Bus turns around, and have a look. Max and Ruth Finer DR. WALTER L. WHITE OPTOMETRIST EYE GLASSES FITTED and REPAIRED PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED Lehigh 4413 2524 Rio Blvd. Rice Boulevard Shopping Center in The Village County Considers Paving Of Avenue A, Busy Bellaire Street Serving Southdale Addition A Harris County engineer this week wa...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

Thursday, October 30,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES I New School— (Continued from Page 1) Mrs. N. Paul Wiley of 3502 Tang- ey which stated that a majority of parents contacted preferred louble sessions rather than main- rental of Tour off-campusPclassd- rooms, two each in the West Uni- per month with the churches to furnish heat, lights, water, chairs and tables. This measure is ef- Howard S. Ponzer, present at schod Committee o7 ttoWestf"Uni- versity Civic Club, approved the board's action in renting the ad- ditional classrooms. While discussing the poll pre- sented by Mrs. Wiley, the board chided the section's residents on their apparent inability to make up their minds. students at mid-term in the West University schools, the board stated that if necessary to acquire the space, all ninth grade pupils of Pershing School will be trans- ferred to Lanier Junior High. * CLASSIFIED * SKsisSS WUP Paving— (Continued from Page 1) tirely the paving program until In other action, recommended a''pr...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 30 October 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, October 30,1947 REG'LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrnes JITTER By Arthur Pointer By Bud Fisher MUTT AND JEFF 3^/ nobody's lookiN COLLAPSIBLE THAT must THEY HIT MY PAL. MUTT AND THREW HIM OUT HEY/ MAN.' WHAT Yo' ALL MllTTS RlGHTfTHE LION TAMERS CLUB AlNY WHAT IT USE TO BE! JUST A BUNCH OF ROUGH NECKS. THAT'S ALL! sonna hit my PAL AND GET AWAY WITH Ray Elliott Is Elected President Of Houston Retail Organization The Houston Retail Personnel Association last week elected as its president Ray Elliott of 4-105 Jona- than in Bcllaire, Levy Bros. Mr. Elliott, active in Bcllaire civic matters, lias announced that the association's chief project for the year is the Institute of Retailing which the group is sponsoring at the University of Houston. TEXAS TOT TIDIERS DIAPER SERVICE We Furnish Diapers or Service Yours. A CALL TO US BRINGS CLEAN L. 4077 STERILE DIAPERS 2133 RICHMOND AVE. I On The/Vap Wi "*** /s ■ <?/KP rtlr," Ga*r #r /s v v Bellaire Home Makers Will Particip...

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