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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Thursday, November 27, 1947 HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 27, 1947 Page 11 Rambling-- (Continued from Page 8) parents of a baby daughter. . . . Winner of the first flight golf championship at Westwood Coun- try Club was Mrs. Sidney Laden of 5G21 Chaucer. . . . Returning home last week was Leroy Harper of 4141 Milton from the Naval Hospital where he was a patient for two weeks. . . . Greetings to recent arrivals from St. Louis, Mark D. Springer and his sister, Helen Lois Spring- er, purchasers of a five - rootr bungalow at 4123 Tennyson. Mr Springer is a retired Navy Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Moore, form- erly of 4023 Marquette, have re- turned to California. They had been staying in Almeda. . . . Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. John Hardy of 4317 Wendell, par- ents of a girl, Linda Marie. . . . Confined to bed for about six PINCOR Power Mowers Five 20-inch cutting blades. Reel type — Chain drive — Reverse gear. Briggs & Stratton lj/2 H. P. motor. All parts always available. WILL GIVE YEARS ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 27, 1947 Home Of Morians On Coleridge Is Scene Of Wedding Saturday t The home of Mr. and Mrs. Stan- ley C. Morian at 4302 Coleridge was the scene of the wedding of Miss Lois Virginia Davis to Rich- PAWNS Vacuum Cleaners, Mix-Masters, Fans, Lamps and other electri- cal appliances repaired. HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP 6111 KIRBY NEAR RICE BLVD. aid Noel Elvey Saturday after- The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Davis of Evart, Michigan and the bride- groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George N. Elvey of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Miss Davis, who has been stay- ing at 2904 Wroxton, wore a mist- blue suit with a matching hat trimmed in bronze bugle beads. Her accessories were brown, and she wore a corsage of brown or- chids. Her attendant, Miss Elsie Adele Davis, her sister, wore a wine suit with a matching hat and contrasting accessories. She car- ried pale pink camellias. Leslie W. Stitt was the best man. At the reception the house par- ty...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Thursday, November 27, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 «s Shell Research Laboratory Opens Next Week MacKinnon, office manager. The dedicatory ceremonies will be held at 3:30 p.m. on Decem- ber 5, in the laboratory building ! on Bellaire Boulevard. shinowitz. Ceremonies will include tours of the laboratory, conducted by Shell officials, for local buai- iness leaders, university profes- press representatives, and New, Modern Building To Be Opened Next Week On Bellaire Boulevard On December 5, 1947, Shell Oil Company's new Exploration and Production Research Laboratory, nearing completion at 3737 Bell- aire Boulevard, will be officially dedicated, it is announced by Dr. Harold Gershinowitz, director of Shell's Exploration and Research Division. The new laboratory, one of the largest of its kind in the world, Watch next ch Laborj of the has been planned with a view to centralizing Shell's rapidly-ex- panding research program, key- note of which is the theory on which the laboratory oper...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 27, 1947 APT DEFINITION Teacher: "Now class, what do ye mean by plural?" Bright Pupil: "By plural we nean it's the same thing, only lore of it." It's Turkey 'Day... tomorrow! Make Your Dinner Complete With the Proper Still or Sparkling Wine . . . Don't fi&rget to stock up early for your holiday needs in fine spirits—there will be a scarcity in many items. Village Package Store Under BILL MILLS' Management 2437 University Boulevard Jackiorfz 2827 & ^ . tor RED GOOSE SHOES Parents approve of long wearing Red Goose Shoes, juvenile leaders for 40 years. Young- sters go for their popular styles and carefree comfort. 545 to 745 "They're Half the Fun of Having Feet* A V ACTION SHOES Nationally Advertised in LIFE, GALOSHES for the entire family HOUSE SLIPPERS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS # " r iaW ANKLETS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS X-RAY FITTING VILLAGE SHOE STORE OPEN DAILY — 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M. SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 7 P.M. 2520 RICE BLVD. HADLEY 702...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Thursday, November 27, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 | Nell Marie Martin Plays i Ingenue Role In Current V^ittle Theatre Play Miss Nell Marie Martin, for- srly of (3428 Westchester, plays ■the ingenue role in the Houston ■Little Theatre's current play, irge Bernard Shaw's "The Mil- lionairess." The play opened November 25 id closes December 6. Another local resident, Mrs. Al- irt C. Dashiell of 1812 Wroxton, furea prominently in Little Thea- e activity this season, having Jjust been appointed to the perma- Fient membership committee. IBELLAIRE CAFE For Good Food [OPEN 5 A.M.—CLOSE 9 P.M. reakfaat Until 10:30 A.M. . Lunches—10:30 to 2 P.M. I Pish, Chicken, Steaks, Barbecue | and Cold Plates served from— 2 to 9 P.M. © COLD BEER © H. Nelius, Prop. M. 2-0142 Fine Upholstering... Years of Experience and Scores of Satisfied Customers is Your Assurance of First-Class Work I FREE ESTIMATES PROMPT SERVICE REASONABLE PRICES TERMS IF DESIRED FRED MILLER FURNITURE CO. 310 Tuam H. 5434 Oca *pi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 27, 1947 i \§1 i Southampton Garden Club To Meet Next Week Mrs. R. H. Williams of 1927 Wroxton will be hostess to mem- bers of the Southampton Garden Club Thursday of next week at 10 a.m. in her home. "New Ideas in Christmas Dec- orations," will be told by Mrs. Jay L. Speece to members of the club. TEEN TALK By CHARLES TAPLEY . . . Our heads are bowed today in reverent thanks. Thanks for the many wonderful graces that ours for the asking; ours in trast to the poverty across oceans, to the ills of poor health, Right Here In The Village AUTO PAINTING BODY REBUILDING SKILLED WORKMEN — QUICK SERVICE WE USE DUPONT DUCO LACQUERS FORDS CHEVROLETS PLYMOUTHS $8500 Superior Paint & Body Service 5913 KIRBY DRIVE MADISON 2-7011 DR. WALTER L. WHITE OPTOMETRIST EYE GLASSES FITTED and REPAIRED PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED Lehigh 4413 2524 Rice Blvd. Rice Boulevard Shopping Center in The Village I HE TWINS-6K i: 0 WILLIS & SON m ;<? PA v* 5$h; h HUMBLE you'l...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Thursday, November 27, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 (tytacA ^Uctteidx BELLAIRE BAPTIST Sunday School — Training Union ing Worship . > * BELLAIRE LUTHERAN MISSION (MImouH Synod) Bellaire City Hall R. B. EHLERS, Pastor BELLAIRE METHODIST BELLAIRE PRESBYTERIAN Rice at Bellaire Blvd. EDWIN ALBRIGHT, Pa tor Vorship fouth S. Worship CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN Robert. School, Greenbrair at Addison KENNETH C. LARSON, Pastor Divine Worship 11:00 a.m. CHURCH OF THE HOLY GHOST BOOKKEEPING - TAX SERVICE Daily — Weekly — Monthly Harry Yonkers Company MADISON 2-1760 MODERN DANCE CLASSES • Beginners—Exercise and Technique TUESDAY 8-9 P. M. 6 weeks couse $S • Dance Group—Technique and Composition THURSDAY 8-9:30 P.M. 6 weeks course $12 CLASSES START DECEMBER 2 ; Hanna, M. A. in Dance Educt EMMAMAE HORN STUDIO 66201/2 South Main Lehigh 1847 SEND , MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN EVER I The rare individuality and holiday air captured in these NORCROSS grectinss mark them especially for those who want only th...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 27, 1947 Braeswood Home Changes Hands p of brown sugar \ Speaking ■ : butter or margarine and is advisable rooked carrots cut over the he; . Or glaze the carrots in ways heat in a frying pan or in the butter befor ashed potatoes, it dry the fore mashing. Al- A boy's discarded and a bit of chicken v frame make an incinc be moved about easily and burn leaves. "Let Us Thank and Praise The Lord!" Thanksgiving Day Services 10:00 a.m. Sunday Services Sunday School 10:00 a.n Divine Worship 11:00 a.n Sermon: "The Church And Me. Christ The King Lutheran Church ROBERTS SCHOOL Greenbriar and Addison Rev. Kenneth C. Larson, Paste M. 2-6192 Nothing bents the well known a/or blade for removing hardened mint from glass. And if held at hallow angle the blade will not ut newspapers under grass or r rugs to prevent dirt from seep- through. On cleaning day re- furniture with it. When furniture is wiped dry, polish with a good furniture polish. If hands are...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

27, 1947 iOUTHWESTERN TIMES Swimming Pool Gets Okay — (Continued from Page 1) meetings, $15 for social meetings. Teen Age Canteen, $10. from8West University"place''only! $15. Monthly nighty meetings of the Regular dayti* | Girl Scouts, no $30 for rental and that thTcost • Other any in l West IZZ Home owners whose driveways have been rendered useless by the depth of t ,3700 block . in the of University can take heart, for the council agreed to bear a portion of the cost of re- KEYS MADE CECIL STINSON 2406 BISSONNET K.3-8317 NOW AVAILABLE! WILLIAM'S FAMOUS KANSAS CITY MEATS AT THE FOOD BANK FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS 5407 Kelvin K. 3-2414 In The Village sing"^ family1 dwemngsddup°" playing that I'm a ] ord, and I've just HELP WANTED: BUTLER-GRIMES in ft.T5*T.c.vr'wSiKf 4 THANKSGIVING DAY DINNER GAIDO'S CHOICE OF Crabmeat, Shrimp or Fruit Cocktail Cream of Giblet Soup Combination Salad with 1000 Island Dressing- Baked Long Island Duck Wild Rice Dressing Apple Sauce OR Southern Roast Baby Beef...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 27, 1947 Success is nothing but a goo idea coupled with hard work- Balzac. I OVTSIBE SUMS uaraniee Ml UU PROTECTION Service Station To Be Enlarged and Improved Installation of four new gasoline pumps, new lighting, and a cement driveway at the Reed Gulf Serv- Station is scheduled to be com- pleted about December 9, accord- ing to Eddy Reed, agent. The decision to spend $15,000 in mprovements came as a result of EVERY DAY SPECIAL KLEIN'S ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS 40c QUART Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ballard of 2135 Dryden wens Mrs. Ballard's mother, Mrs. H. Gilchrist and Mrs. Alice Mur- rey of Wills Point, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dawson and daughter, I,eta Elizabeth, of Wichita Falls and Miss Catherine Gilchrist of Port Arthur. On ana, were Mr the patronage of customers in that area, he stated. The station is lo- cated at the corner of University Boulevard and Edloe. The station will remain open during the im- provements construction,...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Thursday, November 27, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Ceramics Is Her Hobby-- (Continued from Page 10) create such beautiful household I happen to clay as it is drying objects thp kiln has probably paid "Tako this ornam<!ntal _ for itself. ( r01. example," she said. "First I T To make an article she goes | molded it into shape. The bigRest through what seems to be a simple j problem at this stage is to make process but which is complicated ] sure that all the air bubbles are by the unpredictable things that; out of the clay or else the pitcher ~~ might explode in the kiln!" "I lost some beautiful candle- sticks last week due to shrinkage —which is the other bugaboo dur- ing this part of the process." "The next step," explains Mrs. Ilaynes, "is the firing. This hard- ens the clay." PLUMBING FIXTURES BATHROOM WALL HEATERS Church Closet Seats Pee Gee Paint* E. BETTENCOURT 2522 Bissonnet K. 3-3993 CHRISTMAS GIFTS For All The Family! • TREE LIGHTS • ORNAMENTS • GIFT WRAPPINGS • CHRISTMAS BOX...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 27, 1947 1 REG'LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrnes DID YOU TELL THA'S AGGIE. YOU CARRY HER. BOOKS THIS AFTERNOON WHAT I'fA WAITIN' TO DO, BUTCH LATE TO RENEGE BUTCHA GOT KY -SYMPATHY JITTEi By Arthur Pointer jJOtiSw > CLEAVE*? AT THE BUTCHER. BKlNG BACK WHAT JmTDnr By Bud Fisher MUTT AND JEFF box am i mad!) mutt, hold me BACK OR i MIGHT HURT SOMEBODY.' SOME GUYS SWELL, WHY DON T MAKlN* LOVE TO \YoU DOSOMETHIN' WAIT? WHAT TILL I CATCH ILL JUST her with a WAIT, THATS MY GIRL IN THE GARDEN! I-I WON'T STAND S.-n FOR IT smaller WHAT ILL guy' DO--WAIT' Read and use Times Classified Ads for quick results. Stan Johnson Electric Co. (Formerly Superior Property Maintenance Co.) LICENSED CONTRACTOR WIRING AND ELECTRICAL REPAIRS FLOOR FURNACE REPAIRS 2307 MORGAN LEHIGH 7460 Bellaire City Council Supports Equalization Board In Tax Raises On Unimproved Land Telling protesting acreage hold- ers that their taxes were not any higher than that of small prop- erty holde...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Thursday, November 27, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 23 «•> & • Gulf Oil Corporation Plans Building On Kirby Bids on the possible construc- tion of a two-story masonry lab- oratory building for the Gulf Oil Corporation are being taken. The proposed building site is on Kirby Drive at Wroxton Road. Saying that there is no cer- tainty whether or not the struc- ture will be built, D. S. Scott, as- sistant to the vice president, ex- plained that the corporation was just investigating the cost of the 135 by 65-foot building. The building would be used to house research unit3 of the com- pany here. It would be built of brick and stone exterior with steel bar joists. Bids are being taken until next Monday by George H. Lacy of the civil engineering department of Gulf Oil, the Association of Gen- eral Contractors said. Paving Of Avenue A Awaits Exchange Of Letters Between County And Bellaire Voting to hold the $303 collec- ted recently as a voluntary con- tribution toward the oiling of ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Page 24 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 27, 1947 Four Big Days - Wed -Fri-Sat-Mon - Closed All Day Thurs. Thanksgiving | LIBBY'S—DE LUJ PLUMS MA JONATHAN—NICE SIZE I; Apples do-29c HOME GROWN BEETS 2 B' " 15°) TEXAS JUICY ORANGES 2 . 29«l TOKAY GRAPES 2 ' 25^1 PETER PAN Peanut Butter 29c No.2% Can 19c SfreciaCa RUM CAKE SUGAR > SERVES 6 COFFEE CAKE 29c ASSORTED ICINGS ARCHER HOUSE VIENNA SAUSAGE LIBBY'S PINEAPPLE JUICE READY TO SERVE CHOP SUEY 46-Oz. Can c«P CAKES-35C PUMPKIN 9f..OCC TARTS ' *3 \ BE SURE TO EAT HOURS for grocers have been a topic for the the past few months. HOURS that re- quire a double shift of employees definitely cost the consumer. We feel it is our patriotic duty to hold down any additional cost on food prices and for this reason are adopting these STORE HOURS: MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 8:30 lo 6:30 SATURDAY 8:30 to 7:00 LiBBY'S—ROYAL ANNE CHERRIES s? 19c MEADOWLAKE Colored Oleo 45c HOME-MADE STYLE—DILL Pickles 2 Pint QRO VERMONT MAID—CANE AND MAPLE RICH S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 December 1947

SOUTHWESTER 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 11 HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 4, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Section's Newest Landmark To Be Dedicated Friday a? 'myM- ■WPBi f the beautiful Shell Explor n watched d the po will be here to take p ble to throw the ded day, they w, and its personnel are all d ch Laboratory, the facade Southwestern section for icially opened. Celebrities remonies. Shell officials advise that to the public. Visitors will be wel- f the Shell Laboratory, its part in Other Bodies Okay Education Group Named By WUP Club Recognition was granted the school committee of the West Uni- versity Civic Club as the official spokesmen for this section by vari- ous clubs and organizations, giv- ing the go-ahead sign to the group headed by Ralph...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 December 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 4,1947 SOUTHWESTER Published Every Thursday for the Residents of Wc3t 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 II. 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 Rate3 On Request 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-5566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 4, 1947 More About Curriculum The other day one of our subscribers was in the office, and the talk turned to the much-discussed topic, school curric- ulum. He related an incident that strengthened our convic- tion that spelling has not been taught properly in the public schools for a number of years. His youn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 December 1947

Thursday, December 4,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thank You-Folks! for We've had a wonderful First Year — thanks to you! And a lot of fun, too. It's a real pleasure to serve vou. From the finest formal to the snappiest shirts and slacks— everything at Rodney's RODNEY BOLING JOE FOWLER EDDIE WALKER

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 December 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 4,1947 It's so easy. All you have to do to place a classified is call Key- stone 3-5566. Our trained person- nel will help you. Let's Get Acquainted 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 MM'-, /. ,v '**% Lots of fun and full of life, al- ways joking and a step ahead of everyone else—that, in a nutshell, characterizes Cornelia Vest. This charming lady with the blue eyes and blond hair gets the utmost out of life because she puts ao much into it. As curator of the Museum of Fine Arts, Kela, as she is called by her friends, leads a busy life, seeing that everything runs smoothly and keeping up with the multitudinous details that go to making up a successful institution. She i3 most enthusiastic about her work, the public accepta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 December 1947

Thursday, December 4,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 V,( Let BOOKS Solve Your Gift Problems At Taylor's You will now find a very complete selection from all publishers We now have more than three times as many titles as we ever had in our old location . . . approximately 10,000 titles on our shelves POPULAR STORIES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS TOTS TO 5 YEARS Mother Goose The Tale of Peter Rabbit A Child's Garden of Verses Tall Book of Nursery Tales Tall Mother Goose The Treasure Bag Told Under the Blue Umbrella Watch the Kitten Grow Watch the Pony Grow What Baby Sees (A Picture Book) The Little Train That Saved The Day ABC and Linen Books AGES 5 TO 9 YEARS Grimm's Fairy Tales Anderson's Fairy Tales Winnie the Pooh The House at Pooh Corner The Just So Stories The Burgess Books The Oz Books Uncle Wiggly Books Read to Me Story Book (Illustrated by Lenski) The Sleepy Little Lion Merrv Christmas This Is the World A Child's Garden of Verses (Photo-illustrations) The Christmas Whale An Angel in the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 December 1947

I SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 4,1947 "Do boats like this sink often?" "Only once." Radio Repairs fldence in Oar Work OUR Fast Service to PLEDGE • SOUTHAMPTON To use only • SOUTH SIDE quality parts • BELLAIRE and charge • W. UNIVERSITY PLACE fair prices and Sarrour i Territory JACKSON KRENZLER 2-7449 RADIO SERVICE ««-«. West University Officers Keep Crime To A Minimum Traffic Offenders Must Pay Penalty, States Chief Shipp West University's police force, slowly but surely in- creasing as the city grows, is 600% larger than* it was in 1935. At that time it was a one-policeman town but with the growth of this section it has grad- ually risen to the present force of seven. Under the leadership of Police Chief H. E. Shipp, the growing problem of traffic control has been kept down, crime in this sec- tion is as low as any in the state, and major accidents are few and far between. "We are really bearing down BOOKKEEPING - TAX SERVICE Daily — Weekly — Monthly Harry Yonkers Company ...

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