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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 November 1947

Thursday, November 6,1947 SOUTHWKSTKRN TIMES Page 19 Avenue A Paving Okayed By County, Awaits Bellaire Aid A petition submitted to Jack 'Townsend, county commissioner of Precinct One, seeking county aid in the paving of Avenue A in Bell- aire and signed by nearly 1,000 residents of the area surrounding the thoroughfare, this week brought a promise of aid from the county. Work probably will not get under way until after January 1 due to Bellaire's inability to stand the cost of paving the 23 inter- sections. W. T. Burks, spokesman for the 1,000 petitioners, appeared before the council last Thursday night seeking city aid in paving the in- tersections. Tho county has prom- ised to hardsurface the remainder Fine Upholstering... Years of Expericncc and Scores of Satisfied Customers is Your Assurance of First-Class Workl FREE ESTIMATES PROMPT SERVICE REASONABLE PRICES TERMS IF DESIRED FRED MILLER FURNITURE CO. of the street, Mr. Burks told the council. Mayor Madison S. Rayburn, to the la...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 November 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 6,1947 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 8:30 TO 6:00 FRIDAY SATURDAY 8:30 T0-7:00 REAL SAV1NGS--THURSDAY--FRIDAY-SATURDAY--SAVE HERE!! ************** LIBBY'S LONG SHRED KRAUT CROSSE & BLACKWELL FANCY Tomato Juice 3 25c No. 2]/2 Can OAK E R Y y HOME MADE STYLE DILL PICKLES 2 - 25' MANNING'S HOMINY 2 &-M5' DELICIOUS PEAC H CAKE Two Layer 79' LIBBY'S 4 p Pineapple Juice - 15 I RICH'DAN1SH pie COFFEE CAKE 29c Pies Serve Six Scrves 35c ICE BOX COOKIES - 29c BAMA PURE A A Strawberry Preserves i uO' ASSORTED ICED CUP CAKES Doz. 35c CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS 3 for 25c P U R EX Quart Bottle 14ci GEBHARDT'S WILSON'S SPRING Lamb LegsLb 59' ARMOUR'S OMAHA BEEF—SQUARE CUT Shoulder Roast u 49c BABY VEAL Rib Chops u 49< DECKER'S IOWANA Sliced Bacon - 75c " Links " 59c WE DRESS OUR OWN POULTRY DAILY COFFEE CHILI ^.CfcC l WITH No. 300 OOP ) BEANS Can Lb. Tin on ODUCi TEXAS MARSHALL SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 8-Lb. Mesh Bag 28c LARGE BUNCHES—CALIFORNIA CARROTS 2 Bun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 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 8 HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 13, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year L $13,000 Fire Truck Added To WUP Equipment Mighty proud of their new fire truck are members of the West University Volunteer Fire Depart- ment. Shown as it was being put through tests on Buffalo Bayou early this week, it is an American La France triple combination pumper with a capacity of 750 gallons a minute. It has hose, pump and ladder and carries a 300 gallon booster tank for grass and small house fires. The truck was purchased by the city for $13,000. Photo by Gui Barkow Carter's New Super Market On Bissonnet Will Stage Formal Opening Tomorrow Carter's, the newest complete food market in the South- western section, will stage its for- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 13,1947 50UTHWE5TER Named President 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 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 3-6666 HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 13, 1947 United For Better Schools It has often been said that "In unity there is strength." Acting under this premise, a group of Southwestern resi- dents last Friday night banded themselves together to make a determined effort to obtain adequate schools for the sec- tion. Present at the meeting were...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

Thursday, November 13,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Miss Cecil Lee - - 'PetenUHt 4 PERFUMES, COLOGNES, GIFT SETS by helena rubenstein Helena Rubinstein IViMT&ml A brilliant perfume for your "first lady" A heart-stirring, unforgettable fragrance ...to tell her you're under her spell forever. Exciting, compelling...a perfume blended by an artist for a lovely, lovely lady—for her is. 18.50. Purse size, Z50 Let Miss Lee help you with your Christmas Shopping List. by Helena Rubinstein She's your yearlong Springtime. She's the eternal romantic. Helena Rubinstein has taken the essence of everything appealing and feminine and embodied it in her unsurpassed Apple Blossom—one of the best-loved perfumes of all time. APPLE BLOSSOM PERFUME, 6.00, 3.75. Purse siz< APPLE BLOSSOM EAU DE TOILETTE, 1.75 APPLE BLOSSOM COLOGNE, 1.00 . APPLE BLOSSOM BODY POWDER, 1.00, .85, .50 command performance BY HELENA RUBINSTEIN It's the dramatic contrast of lush red lips against pearly skin. It's Helena Ru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 13,1947 Boy Scouts Of Troop 266 Stage Court Of Honor A numbfer of awards were pre- sented to members of Boy Scout Troop 26G at a recent Court of Honor held by the group. The troop is sponsored by the West Univer- sity Methodist Church. Tenderfoot awards were given to White Dent, Jack Edwards, Mike Hotstette and Donald Pareti. Second class ratings were pre- sented to Larry Schmucher, Fred- die Peebles and Ben Brewer. First class awards went to David Clag- horn and Jere Eubanks. Merit badges for advanced work were presented to Robert Arnold, George Dupre and Tom Nance. He: She: [ see that in London a n over every half hour." Poor fellow!" What service could be more rea- sonable than Times classified ads? Only 50 cents for 21 words. Call Keystone 3-55G6 today to place yours. SOUTH MAIN DRIVE-IN THEATRE SHOW TIME ; Enjoy A Show In Complete Comfort PERFECT HEARING 800 In-Car Speakers NO NEED TO DRESS UP BRING THE KIDS AND 9:15 P. M. Theatre Schedule ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

Thursday, November 13,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 76c Stoitj '£e/.i*tct WANT ADS By Sally Treadwell COUPLE URGENTLY So Betty Jo got married—went off in a smart new suit with an orchid pinned to her shoulder, Chuck buzzing round her like a humming bird over a bush of yel- low cosmos. I swept up the rice, HOUSTON BAND HOUSE R. E. (BOB) SFNAY EXPERT REPAIRING MUSICAL MERCHANDISE S12 McKlNNEY F. 776 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 5101 Main at Palm L. 7697 "A Good Plaoe To Trade" c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 13,1947 The Times' Askit Basket, in the few months of its existence, has answered hundreds of questions about the Southwest section. Do you have one? If so, just call Key- stone 3-5566. Recent questions re- ceived have included the following: Q. Does West University rent out the community building for anything but civic affairs? A. Yes. Apply to the city sccrc- Q. Where is Westchester Street ? A. Two blocks west of Buffalo Speedway. Q. Does the City of Bellaire have a moving picture theatre? A. Not at the present time. Q. When is the next city elec- We Ur iity? A. In November, 1948 Q. Who is mayor of Southside A. R. F. Kachtick. If you can say it in 21 words your classified ad will cost you only 50 cents. 45 words for $1.00. Call Keystone 3-5566. Local Hobbyist Builds Back Porch, Furniture Pair Of Beds Is Newest Creation; Friends Ask For Reproductions Donald Harding of 3821 Northwestern is a handy man to have around the house. Thanks to his hobb...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

Thursday, November 18,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Bellaire Equalization Board Stages Final Hearing On Assessed Valuation Increase With city revenue increased by two boosts in the assessed valua- tions in Bellaire during the cur- rent tax year, the city's board of equalization held its second and final meeting of the tax year Mon- day night for the purpose of hear- ing protests from residents on the valuation hike. Members of the board are J. W. Weems, Grant Webster aind P. G. Crowe. In October of 1946, the previous Bellaire administration raised the valuations on improvements about 60 per cent. This was later fol- lowed by a substantial boost in assessed valuations on unimproved property by the present council. The increases were made, offic- ials pointed out, to raise city reve- nue in order that the $1,000,000 voted in improvement bonds can be sold. State law requires that a city show enough revenue to be able to pay interest and principal on the bonds plus a 25 per cent safety...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 13,1947 Say You Saw It In The Tiir LOEWS "Green Dolphin Street" with LANA TURNER VAN HEFLIN RICHARD HART DONNA REED Bellaire Church Women To Sponsor Gamo Party The women of Holy Ghost Church in Bellaire will sponsor a gamo party next Thursday at Melody Lane, 1000 Old Spanish Trail at South Main, it was an- nounced by Mrs. Juliu! 592!) Old Richmond Road, presi dent of the Altar Society. Open to the public, the will feature various games am refreshments will be served. Hour of the party are from 2 to 4 p.m. Mrs. Trauer said. Back-To-School Program Planned W2 One of the Largest Stocks In Town! AZALEAS SELECT CAMELLIAS THEM ROSES NOW! ALL KINDS OF EVERGREENS PANSIES —BEDDING AND POT PLANTS Rice Boulevard Nursery HADLEY 1377 2447 RICE BLVD. bably b high school, h k-To-School program planned by th High School. The event will be held hedul The Lamar band will play and n __hool hedul Although it ha 7:30 p Visit Pugh's . . . for Christmas Needs GI...

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

Thursday, November 13,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 School Committee At Pershing Plans Harvest Festival The Tcachcr Planning Commit- tee of the Pershing Junior High School, appointed recently by Clar- ence Ox-man, principal, is planning a series of community gatherings throughout the school year, it was announced this week. The events will be sponsored by the grades of the junior high school, and the youngsters will take a prominent part in making the ar- rangements. The first of these get-togethers will be the Harvest Festival, spon- sored by the teachers and pupils of the low ninth grade. This will be held at the school beginning at 6 p. m. tomorrow. According to the committee, the Festival will feature refreshments and planned entertainment. The public is invited to attend. Right Here - - - In The Village AUTO PAINTING BODY REBUILDING SKILLED WORKMEN — QUICK SERVICE WE USE DUPONT DUCO LACQUERS FORDS CHEVRt PLYMOUTHS CHEVROLETS JRGfcOfl LARGER CARS * wu IN PROPORTION Superior Pai...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 18,1947 Our friends see the best in us, and by that very fact call forth the best in us.—Black. If you want the low-down the umbrella situation, just ask the man who loans one. |R0«t BUILDERS AND HOME OWNERS— USE STEEL FOR PERMANENCE! Replace rotted wood supports and columns with steel pipe or ornamental iron work. STEEL ARBORS — GRILL WORK — BALCONIES STEEL HANDRAILS — STAIRWAYS — PORCHES TEX-WELD, INC. 3905 Bellaire Blvd. Madison 2-8475 DR. WALTER L. WHITE OPTOMETRIST EYE GLASSES FITTED and REPAIRED PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED Lehigh 4413 2524 Rice Blvd. Rice Boulevard Shopping Center in The Village BLASINGAME DRUG STORE Can take care of all your drug needs because We Deliver PRESCRIPTIONS DRUG ITEMS COSMETICS ICE CREAM, ETC. In Southside Place, West University Place, Bellaire and adjacent areas PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED COMPLETE LINE OF NATIONALLY KNOWN VITAMINS PHONE M. 2-2200 Homer Blasingame, Prop. 3640 BELLAIRE BLVD. AT EDLOE C...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

Thursday, November 13,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Women's Group To Hear Rev. Rolland Miesel On Mexican Mission Work Rev. Rolland L. Miesel will ad- dress the Faith Missionary So- ciety today at 10 a. m. in the home of Mrs. Wesley Kueneman at 2711 Tangley. His subject will be "In Christ' Name In Mexico." The meeting i in charge of Mrs. Martin Kroesche. All women interested in the sion work of the church are urged to attend, said Reverend Miesel, pastor of Faith American Lu- theran Church. Radio Repairs You Can Have Con- I fidcnce in Our Work OUR Fast Service to PLEDGE • SOUTHAMPTON To use only • SOUTH SIDE quality parts • BELLAIRE and charge • W. UNIVERSITY PLACE fair prices Territory JACKSON KRENZLER 2-7449 RADIO SERVICE 2607 HOME SERVICE Delivery, Inc. HADLEY 8297 SODA POP WYNE PUNCH *1.00 HOME SERVICE Delivery, Inc. HADLEY 8297 RAMBLING.... Welcome to Mr. and Mrs. Don- ald E. Henderson, newcomers from Quakerstown, Pennsylvania, who have purchased a home at 2028 Dryden in South...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 18,1947 w u ANNOUNCING T OPENING SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY 8:30a.m.-9p.m. AMPLE PARKING SPACE COMPLETE 3606 J I (WHERE BISSONNET CHANC FRIDAY, NOV. WE BARBECUE OUR OWN MEAT SEE OUR FINE PLACE YOUR TURKEY ORDER NOW DELICATESSEN Complete Meals-To-Go BE SURE TO EAT fe/i NEWHOFF - PREFERRED BRAND HAMS— 53 BABY BEEF SHOULDER ROAST 39 FRESH PORK HAM ROAST 54 WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE 39c WE RESERVE RIGHT TO AMBASSADOR TOILET*' QUART BOTTLE TEXSUN GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 3 19c STOKLEY APPLE SAUCE No. 2 CAN \ 5C 2 ROLLS (Limit 2) DENTLER Mifii ® SALADDR PINT BABY BEEF "srCHOPS 45' WOODBURY TOILET SOAP 3 BARS 27C I E L PACVSW OXYDOL SOAP LAI SL

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

Thursday, November 18,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 GRAND OPENING OF E FOOD MARKET ,BJSSONNET :t chianges to old Richmond road) OV. 14--8:30 A. M Geo. E. Carter OWNER AND MANAGER C. E. Sanders Louis A. Sowda MGR. MEAT DEPT. MGR. FRUIT & VEG. DEPT. Cordially invite you to visit this completely new market where you will find the best in quality foods at the minimum prices — plus courteous service and comfortable shopping. serving west university place, bellaire, southside place, sunset terrace, montclair, mulberry manor, etc. \ y\\N 1GHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES )R T'TISSUE )lls 1 CSc JL I DRESSING 27 *9EZ L L O PU REX O QUART 97c BOTTLES ' WESSON OIL featuring NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS COMPLETE LINE OF DRUGS BAKERY DEPARTMENT - CAKE CATERING BARBECUED MEATS - VEGETABLES WINE AND BEER SCHOOL SUPPLIES - STATIONERY CARNATION ICE CREAM 23 )0L or DUZ P LARGE M , ™ OA PINT «2Qc BOTTLE EGGS MEDIUM SIZE gyc 1 Doz. Carton BUB-A-LOON LARGE 25C 2-01. SIZE *\A 8-LB. MESH BAG ORANGES"" 25° 8-...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 13,1947 Funeral Rites Held For Mrs. Virginia Phillips Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Monday in Bay City for Mrs. Virginia Wendel Phillips of 3419 Amherst. She died at 4 a. m. Saturday in her home. She is survived by her sons, Jim Phillips of Houston and Scott Phillips of Brenham; her daugh- ters, Mrs. Jack Phillips of Bishop, Mrs. H. E. Allcorn, Mrs. J ~ Bellew, Mrs. Walter Goslin and Mrs. J M. Brooks, all of the Houston area; her brother J. W, Wendel, of Hamlin and her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Rciman of Bay City. STOP WALL SWEATING! Install a COLEMAN FLOOR FURNACE For Homes With Concrete Slab Foundations- HAMMEL WALL FURNACE FREE SURVEYS AND ESTIMATES 36 MONTHS TO PAY ALLEN'S HEATING & REFRIGERATION SERVICE 2207 Crawford Fairfax 9876 Good Housekeeping Inc. of Texas FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Thursday Store Hours 12 to 9 p. m. Other days: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The Village's largest gift stocks! Good Housekeeping, Inc. -443 !00 'MAIN0...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 13,1947 Football Star Attributes Speed On Gridiron To Shoes Jack Gwin Is Pride Of Cougar Eleven For Tricky Footwork One of the brightest stars on Houston's football horizon is a West University product, Jack Gwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Gwin of 3524 Amherst. Fast and shifty, Jack has romp- ed for a good many yards over the gridiron from his fullback gJBF spot in the University of Hous- |w ton's backfield this year. The 20-year-old speedster attri- butes his tricky footwork to low quarter football shoes, an item rare among football players who almost unanimously depend on the standard high-type shoes for ankle support. Styled after track shoes, Jack's footwear often provide that extra burst of speed needed to outdistance a would-be tackier. Jack's gridiron feats are not new to the residents of the South- western section, many of whom saw him during the three years he starred for Lamar High School. In 1944 he was a high school All-City selectio...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 18,1947 Plans For WUP Pool Are Near Completion, Cartwright States Final plans on which construc- tion bids will be based for the erection of a swimming pool in West University will be completed within about a week, it was stated UNIVERSITY CYCLE SHOP Bicycles and Tricycles Repaired and Painted this week by Charles L. Cart- wright, chairman of the pool com- mittee. "The plans are now in the hands of our engineers," Mr. Cartwright said, "for the purpose of making recommended changes and it is ex- pected the final plans will be re- turned to us within a few days." Already on record as indicating a desire to begin construction of the pool by December 1, the West University city council will hold a special session, if .necessary, to give approval to the plans so that bids may be sought from con- tractors at the earliest possible date. The December 1 starting time is expected to allow suffi- cient time to complete the pool be- fore next summer's swimm...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

hursday, November 13,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 en House Planned uesday For Parents In West University Open house night for the par- ents of children in the West Uni- versity schools will be the pro- gram at the regular meeting of the West University Parent- Teacher Association Tuesday. From 7 to 8:30 p.m. parents will visit the home rooms of their children. On each child's desk will be samples of work completed dur- ing the past 10 weeks. Art, draw- ing, handwriting and other proj- ects of the children will be dis- played. While in the classrooms, parents may discuss their child- ren's activities with the teachers. Clarence Orman, principal, said that the library fund of each room will be used this year for the pur- chase of visual aids for the slide library and records for music ap- preciation studies. During the program the Persh- ing Junior High School band will play in the gymnasium. * Many people advertise every week in the Times classified ads. The tremendous results hav...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 November 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 13,1947 "Wo have finally found out what's wrong with our radio. It's the stuff that's broadcast." You can't beat a good old fash- ioned minstrel show for whole some entertainment! CLOSE HARMONY CORNY JOKES 30-MAN CHORUS NOVEMBER 20-21 8:15 p.m. Lamar High School Auditorium Sponsored by the Men's Club of St. Mark's Episcopal Church. Tickets on sale at J. Edward Farrington. 2435 Rice Blvd., University State Bank, and St. Mark's Episcopal Church, or at door. Residents Endorse School Committee Of WUP Civic Club Approximately 25 persons rep- resenting some 12 organizations of the Southwestern section Friday night launched themselves into a study of the area's school condi- tions. The meeting was called for the purpose of promoting a gen- eral improvement in the conditions of the schools. Ralph Browning, chairman of the West University Civic Club's school committee, outlined for the group the present conditions pre- vailing in the section's sc...

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