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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 March 1945

March 15, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 i RAMBLING.... One of the interesting speakers on the Texas Day program of the Houston Pen Women's Club last Thursday afternoon was Mrs. Henry Prince of 3740 Darcus, who spoke on "Conservation of Wild Flowers and Shrubs." The group met at the Federation Club House. . . . A plea for letters from his friends is made by Robert Dundas, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dundas of 3028 University. This is the way to address the envelope: Robert Dundas, S 2/c (CA), Rec. Tr. Bks. No. 37, Co. 44, Platoon 4, NA Tech. Tra. Center, Memphis 15, Tennessee. . . . Welcome to little William George Rothermel, Jr., who arrived in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Rother- mel, 2708 Pemberton, on March 2. He weighed six and a half pounds. . . . Mrs. Hugo Horner of 4109 Byron recently received word from her son, Carlton, who is in Italy, that he is receiving the Times regularly and enjoying it lots. . . . Glad to learn Wayne Stigall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stigall ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 March 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES March 15, 1945 K REV. HUDDLESTON DIES News of the death of Rev. J. C. Huddleston, retired Methodist min- ister who was well known in the Southwestern area, has been re- ceived. He died at his home in Bay- town on February 28, and was buried in Palestine. Ilis daughter, Mrs. C. A. Voebel, resides at 5816 Fordham. --Social Notes- DAVIDSON'S DRY GOODS & HARDWARE Galvanised Pipe and Fitting* Pittsburgh Paints End of Bus Line Bellaire at Richmond Madison 2-0143 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moody, 2825 Albans, entertained with a dinner party at San Jacinto Inn Saturday evening honoring H. R. Fielder, 3760 Rice Blvd., who will leave to go into the service soon. In addi- tion to Mr. and Mrs. Fielder, Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Cochran were guests. Visiting in the home of Mr. and frs. W. H. Alexander, 3715 Car- m, are Mrs. Alexander's parents, [r. and Mrs. James C. Landon, ho hail from San Angelo. Bellaire Kindergarten Ages 3 to 6 Years (Will Cnll For and Return Children) M. 2-386...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 March 1945

March 15, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 «*£ * t> * f: \ t «■ i WVP Police- (Continued from Page 1) all of which have been cleared. In addition, the West University offi- cers have solved six burglary cases for Houston and two for Bellaire. To maintain the department's good record in protecting the com- munity, the two cars of the force drive 5,000 miles a month patrol- ling the section. Two men are on duty on each of the three shifts. Auxiliaries Lauded Chief of Police Harold Shipp paid high tribute to the splendid assist- ance given the force by the auxil- iary police and stated that their cooperation had saved the city from having to hire one or two ad- ditional men. One of their members rides with a regular officer from 7 to 11 p. m. five nights a week, so that each policeman can have a day off. In times of emergency such as storms or hurricanes, the auxilia- ries work all night. In 1937 the force boasted only one officer. Additional men have been added gradually until the de...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 March 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES March 15, 1945 WPB Gives Suggestions For Prolonging Usefulness Of Electric Appliances Proper care of radios, refriger- ators, washing machines, stoves and all electrical and mechanical appli- ances is more important today than ever before, the War Production Board's Office of Civilian Require- ments warns in a message to house- holders. Mrs. J. H. Bohmfalk REAL ESTATE Bellaire • Westmoreland Farms 4921 Bellaire Blvd. Phone M. 2-tOlt Houston. Texas The increased need for war pro- duction means a delay in resuming production of civilian goods, and this factor, combined with the acute shortage of repair shop facilities, makes it imperative that every ef- fort be made to prolong the life of equipment now in use. Here are OCR's suggestions for the care of some of the more com- monly-used equipment: Refrigerators Don't cause the motor and oper- ating mechanism to run almost con- tinuously in warm weather by neg- lect of a few simple rules. Small BRADY'S SERVICE S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 March 1945

March 15, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 TROUBLE ON HOME FRONT A fussy little woman had driven the grocer nearly frantic helping her figure out her ration points and find what she wanted during the busiest time of the day. At last he managed to satsify her. "Do you know, Mr. Peck," sighed the shopper in relief, "when I came into your store I had a dreadful headache. I've lost it now." "It isn't lost," growled the dis- tracted grocer. "I have it!" BLASINGAME DRUG STORE Prescription Druggists Homer Blasingnme, I'rop. Bellaire Blvd. at Edloe Phone M. 2-2200 Look In Your Mirror Are You Pleased With Your Skin Condition? Hove an experienced cosmetic consultant assist you in a selection of SUITABLE beauty aids to keep you looking your best. LUZIER'S Distributor HELEN J. FIRSCHING Notice to Property Owners Of This District If you are contemplating selling your home or lots get in touch with us at once as we can give you the market price of your property. We have been at this location for al...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 March 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES March 15, 1945 SAVE—SHOP THESE SPECIALS THURSDi jrti W—FRIDAY- -SATURDAY ff Luncheon Meat r 29c Mackie's Bakery ASSORTED COOKIES, doien ...... 15c PREMIER Prune Juice r. 25c CHOCOLATE ICED CHOCOLATE ANGEL FOOD CAKE, each wOC READY-TO-EAT CEREAL Cheerioats 2 Large Boxes "33" BLEACH 12c Quart Bottle OCEAN CHIEF 6-Oz. Pkg. 25c QUALITY 1 v" I W W_ J B k k 1 **¥ k vl GRADE"A"VEAL LOIN STEAK - 33c GRADE"A"VEAL Oven Roast 26c "MAKES DELICIOUS HAMBURGERS" Ground Veal 25c FRESH SLICED SALAMI 35c LARGE FRESH SHRIMP 39c BOY-AR-DEE DINNER box 31c CRUSTENE Box*" 56c RANCH STYLE BEANS 2 S„f° 17c ^tei/i Vegefatf&x EXTRA FANCY WINESAP Apples 4 - 25c TEXAS SWEET JUICY NICE SIZE Oranges 2 29c HOME GROWN TENDER Carrots Bunches 5c DUFFS—ADD WATER—MIX—BAKE—THAT'S ALL! Ginger Bread Mix r 15c VAN CAMP'S TENDERONI 4 to 6 Servings Pkg. Sc SHERWOOD Prune Plums No. 2ya Can 19c OCTAGON Granulated Large Box 23c White Grains Of Soap— For Snow- White Clothes QUAKER CORN MEAL 2-; 17c ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 March 1945

esfa%m< /mm## PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number 26 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 22, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year West University, Bellaire, Southside Will Pick Up Tin Cans Saturday The section-wide tin can pick-up, tying in with that of Houston, will be staged throughout West University Place, Bellaire and Southside Place this Saturday. Houston's collection is set for Sunday. The special pick-up has been arranged through the cooperation of the municipalites of this section with the Southwestern Times. Residents should place their tin cans, properly processed, in a container at the curb the night before or early on the morning of the collection. Cans should be flattened after they have been washed, labels removed and tops and bottoms cut out. Arrangements have been completed for prompt delivery of the cans to the detinning plants where the urgently...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 March 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES March 22, 1945 estehn "Junes Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRV IN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor Burt Rule Sports Editor A. Lee Burge Staff Artist Chas. G. Crocker Staff Photographer Entered as second-class matter, October 12, 1914, at the Post Office at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Advertising Kates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 . . Evening Phone Madison 2-1085 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 22, 1945 Is "Freedom From Want" Just A Slogan? Fire prevention officials have good reason to question the sincerity of the much publicized public desire for freedom from fear and want. Through rank carelessness 10,000 per- sons lose their lives each year by fire, and half a billion dol- lars worth of property is destroyed. Certainly fire, when it strikes, spell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 March 1945

March 22, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 \ -S ■ * ) "Keep 'Em Shooting" Is Southsule Camera Repair Officer's Job Capt. Alan A. Buster, son of Mrs. Eva Buster of 3747 Jardin, is as- sistant camera repair officer for a photographic reconnaissance squad- ron at an Eighth Air Force aerial station in England. His is the job of helping to run the camera repair department and seeing that trained technicians make any necessary repairs or changes in the huge, automatic aerial cameras with which photo Finer Drugs M. S. FINER Prescription Druggist Phone Madison 2-2711 BELLAIRE, TEXAS Notice to Property Owners Of This District If you are contemplating selling: your home or lots Ret in touch with us at once as we can Rive you the market price of your property. We have been at this location for almost 13 years and we know this territory. 23 years in the real estate business. WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BUILDING & REALTY CO. Buffalo and Unlvernlty M. 2-2323 New Shipment SCREEN DOOR GRILLS PADLOCKS C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 March 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES March 22, 1945 G. I. Joe's Coming— (Continued from Page 1) given them exaggerated ideas of home. They will have idealized their home town or their village street beyond all reason. And a great many will he disillusioned when they realize this. They will have changed. This must be understood. But the people who stayed behind must realize that they, too, have changed in the years which have passed. So toler- Notice Home Owners Material available for most any kind of home repairs. Expert wormen that know how. Call for free estimate. Chas. R. Olds M. 2-4347 SAVOY CAFETERIA AND RESTAURANT D. MITCHELL, Manager WE FEATURE DAILY PLATE LUNCH (Meat, 2 Vegetables, Dessert—50c) IT-BONE STEAKS 2329 RICE BLVD. Hadley 0066 ance will be needed on both sides. It won't do to rely on the govern- ment. The home town and all the people in it will have to do the job. They must see that there is one central point where the veteran can go with all his problems. They must learn how...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 March 1945

March 22, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Cub Pack Outing Held At Camp Hudson Spring weather prompted an out- door picnic supper for the members of Cub Pack No. 210, Bellaire, when they gathered with their parents and den-mother, Mrs. A. B. Seward, at Camp Hudson last Saturday afternoon. Baseball was enjoyed during the early houts with roasted weiners and picnic lunches later. About 25 boys and their parents were there. Cub-master Ted Eglin, 4324 lone, and his wife were also guests. Perfected Cleaning CAMPUS CLEANERS 2533 University Blvd. Jack: 2-51 an "Social Notes- Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smothers of 0534 Mercer will entertain with an open house Sunday honoring their son, It. A. Smothers, Jr., MM 3/c, U. S. Navy, who has returned from the Pacific theater. Guests will be received between the hours of three and ten, and invitations are extend- ed through the press. Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Crabbe and their daughter, Mrs. R. C. Sohns, of 2040 Tangley have returned from a week-end trip to Brenhai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 March 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES March 22, 1945 Trasli Dumpers Will Bo Fined In Harris County Pleas and warnings have failed to bring results in the campaign to prevent dumping of tin cans, trash and dead animals in ditches along county highways, and now the county is going to resort to arrest- ing violators of the State law against dumping on public prop- Week End Specials CREME DE POMME 8-Year-0ld, 84-Proof £ 79 Apple Brandy (fifth) 0 ROMA Sherry Wine, AO c 20% (fifth) JO Nice Assortment of Rum and Brandies at OPA Ceiling and Below. VILLAGE Package Store 2438 University Lehigh 7100 erty, according to Mrs. Ruth Tur- rentine, county commissioner. Fines of from $10 to $200 can be assessed under the State law. The dumping of garbage has caused the clogging of ditches and interference with drainage in this section, particularly on Weslayan, Richmond, Link, Post Oak and Alief roads, the commissioner said. Action will be county-wide. In this area, arrests will be made by the members of the West...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 March 1945

March 22, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 . "Spec" Brownlee Made Fu!! Colonel If every housewife in the nation saves as little as 2 tin cans each week, it would mean enough scrap steel to make the steel used in hulls of 3 heavy cruisers, and the tin used in 30 submarines. Plate Lunches Meat m n Two Vegetables Cold Beer and Beer To Go Bellaire Cafe C. H. NELIUS M. 2-0182 We Have lentheric Lipsticks! > Good new.«' a brand-new shipment of lentheric's Soft-Focus lipsticks has just arrived! If you've been out of your favorite shade and un- able to track it down, come to our cosmetic counter post- haste! There are different case styles to choose from —all in chic, sleek plastic—and the usual grand galaxy of shades. But come soon! All Case Styles— $1.00 plus tax Peterson's Pharmacy Hie Village Keystone 3-3646 Did you burn something in a favorite pan ? Here's an easy rem- edy which does wonders. Simply boil apple peelings in it—then wash thoroughly in hot soapsuds ce saver' ■ Here's a tim...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 March 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES March 22, 1945 '«*■*' \ r r r* 1 " f Tt A —m « a a i r -THREE BIG DAYS - THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY - ALASKAN PINK Salmon Lb. Can 25c PHILLIPS DELICIOUS Beans with Pork 2 £°ns2 23c PRICES COFFEE FOLGER'S Lb. Bag 29c WHITE HOUSE APPLE JUICE Pint 1 0*% Bottle GOLD MEDAL ENRICHED FLOUR 5 & 25c 10 L';k 49c HOME GROWN—RED RIPE Strawberries 25c Pint Box U. S. No. 1 WASHED LONG WHITE California Burbank Potatoes 5 Lbs. 33c Limit 5 Lbs. U. S. No. I MEXICAN WHITE SWEET BERMUDA Onions 3 29c BAMA PURE BLACKBERRY Preserves Lb. Jar 27c TRI-VALLEY WHOLE Apricots No. 2/2 Can 25c GREEN ISLAND BRAND TENDER SWEET PEAS 2^ 29c BLUE RIBBON—ITALIAN STYLE Spaghetti 2 Lb. Jars 29c NABISCO Shredded Wheat 2 Boxes 23c ... MICKIE'S... CINNAMON ROLLS, dozen 21' ICED WHITE OR CHOCOLATE (UP CAKES, dozen 34c QUALITY MEATS GRADE "A" VEAL LOIN Steak 33c GRADE"A"OVEN Roast o 26c FRESHLY SLICED Calf Liver i 49c FRESHLY Ground Veal 25c DELICIOUS HOME MADE POTATO SALAD 25c NICE SIZE FRESH ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 March 1945

OstjBfoft PUBLISHED EVERt THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number 27 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 2!), 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Farrington Gains Popularity Council Closes Deal For Better Street Lights Improved street lighting is as- sured the City of West University Place with the completion of ar- rangements made with the Houston Lighting and Power Company by the City Commission, according to R. B. Allen, city secretary and engineer. Under the arrangement, the lighting company has changed GC overhead street lights from 100 candle power to 250 candle power, thus increasing the illumination factor of these lights 250 per cent. In addition, the light company has placed in service four standards which had been out of service for about 10 years. In accordance with a previous agreement, the light company will install free of charge to the city 35 new 250 candle power overh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 March 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES March 29, 1945 '! s Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area Jleik (jet Acquainted IRVIN H. BRACKMAN ETTA MARTIN MARSHALL ROBIE Editor and Publisher Associate 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. Advertising Kates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-G686 . . Evening Phone Madison 2-1085 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 29, 1945 For Your Child's Sake-Remember April 7 April 7, when three members will be elected to the board of the Houston Independent School District, is a day of great importance to the future education of your child. Perhaps never in recent years has a school board faced greater prob- lems and responsibilities than those that will confront the reorganized board. Seven and a half million dollars, app...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 March 1945

March 29, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 'I S M * kt 1! After watching- his mother wave her hair a little boy said to his dad, who was bald-headed: "You ain't got no waves, you got a beach." PLAYSUI1S or SHORTS 259 KELLY'S VARIETY & Hardware Store Opposite Ilellairc Post Office M. 2-0191 RAMBLING Welcome to little James Edward Monroe, who arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Monrc 4102 Southwestern, March 12. I weighed nine pounds, eleven and half ounces. . . . Painters and Paperhangers Ixperts available now for the bett< lass work. Thousands of satisfied cu • liters. Call for free estimate. Chas. R. Olds M. 2-4347 Choice Selections of • Custom-Built Sofas and Chairs • Quality Lamps in Distinctive Designs • Water Colors, Prints and Etchings . , , Many Subjects. TAYLOR 2*urnUute Company ^3302 MAIN Street Jackson 2-5674 Houslon-4-Tcxi^^ Thanks, Folks- For making our first year such a pleasant one. Your patronage during our Anniversary Week Sale was most gratifying. BILL'S ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 March 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES March 29, 1945 #* William G. Fiirrington fried Wm. G. To Position No. 6-HOUS1V Suppose you had $7,500,0( expanding the facilities of tl_ adequate program is complej. Y| this—your money. ^/VlLLIAM G. FARRINGTON has an enviable reputation as a man who carefully weighs facts before making decisions. He is level-headed, fair and entirely trustworthy. His educational background in engineering, together with his many years of practical experience in civil engineering, will prove an in- valuable asset to the School Board in its multi-million dollar school expansion program which is scheduled to begin as soon as building restrictions are lifted. His presidency of the Southampton Civic Club and the South Texas Home Builders Association, along with his active participation in such groups as the Kiwanis Club of Houston, the National Associa- tion of Real Estate Boards and the Houston Club attest his qualifi- cations as a leader and his ability to "get the job done." W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 March 1945

March 29, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 ARRINGTON 31* INDEPENDENT SCHOOL BOARD-APRIL 7, 1945 B [)®spend? Tliat is the sum entrusted to the Seliool Board members for thj [Houston School system. Many more millions will be spent before an plel. Yours is a great responsibility in choosing capable men to spend lppei low, wholeheartedly endorse the candidacy of Wm. G. tion iany years. We urge you to vote for him. ☆ I 8 < ion ! ;cnhofi 3 9 Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Kachtick Mr. and Mrs. Curtis D. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. H. Z. Kelly mS Louis W. Kemp Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Kerbow Eugene W. King: Mr. and Mrs. G. E. King Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Krenzler Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Lang Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Langley Mr. and Mrs. William Levy Anthony Listi Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Long • Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Lyon Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Madden Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Martin Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mayers Mr. and Mrs. F. D. McCracken Mr. and MYs. 0. A. McCracken Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Billy McElroy Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. McGuire Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 March 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES March 29, 1945 Two U. S. Indians were talking things over between air raids in a Saipan foxhole. "The way I fig- ure," spoke one, "when they smoked the pipe of peace in 1918, nobody inhaled." BRADY'S SERVICE STATION at EDLOE AND UNIVERSITY M. 2-0114 -Social Notes" Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schill of 2408 Nottingham announce the marriage of their daughter, Leonora Irene Jackson, to Sgt. I. L. Snedeker, Jr., in a recent ceremony at the Reor- ganized Church of Jesus Christ. The meeting of the Garden Study Club, ordinarily held on the first Thursday of the month, has been postponed until April 12, as several of the members will be in Dallas The WHITE HOUSE L. 5753 6800 South Main Just Off Bellaire Blvd Private Dining Room For Special Parties CLOSED ON THURSDAYS • MIDNIGHT BREAKFAST SERVED SATURDAY NIGHT Specializing In • K. C. STEAKS • SEAFOOD • CHICKEN • Special Dinners me in on Our Program Every Susday i 4:30 p.m. Station KTRH. CHAULES W. MAGGARD, Mgr. There Is No B...

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