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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 March 1945

March 29, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 !> A farmer met his hired man with a lantern and asked him where he was going. "Courtin," was the re- ply. "Courting?" said the farmer, "with a lantern ? I never took one when I was courting." "I know," the hired man replied, "and look what you got." * The man who trusts men will make fewer mistakes than he who distrusts them.—Cavour. Nathan Colish INSURANCE ible, intelligent service repre- ing reputable Old Line Legal enerve Insurance Companies. : 2929 Rice Blvd. Finer Drugs M. S. FINER Prescription Druggist Phone Madison 2-2711 BELLA I RE, TEXAS Windows that rattle ar« a warning you should heed. For they mean watted fuel, cold drafts, Irritating noise. Set details of May weather- stripping—now used in over 10,000 Houston homes. Phone for cost estimate, without obligation. sw QtiTWt OB/ ■t-OWl I "BUT. DEAR,..I'VE.PROMISED TO STAY ON THE JOB!" Election Of Officers Will Be Held By Girl Scout Association Election of officers for the c ing ye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 March 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES March 29, 1945 Benjamin Franklin is credited with developing broom corn. Notice Home Owners Material available for mo8t any kind of home repairs. Expert wormen know how. Call for free estimate. Chas. R. Olds M. 2-4347 Spelling Bee Set For Southside Club Meeting Wednesday An old-fashioned spelling bee, arranged by W. W. Patrick of 3764 Garnet and other members who live on that street, will form the enter- tainment for the meeting of the Men's Club of Southside Place in SARAH JANE'S FLOWER SHOPPE — Now Open — CUT FLOWERS AND POT PLANTS We Specialize in Fresh Cut Flowers . . . . 6115 KIRBY DRIVE 25cBunch And Up ersity Slate Bank" the clubhouse at 8 p. m. Wednes- day. This program was planned for the March meeting but was post- poned because the business meeting consumed more time than usual, Frank Rentfrow, president, said. ★ "Have a cigarette?" asked the girl of the lady in the next seat. "What! Smoke in public?" ex- claimed the woman, shocked to her depths. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 March 1945

March 29, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 ) Combined Business And Dancing Session Draws Large Crowd At Teen-Age Canteen Constitution, by-laws and house rules were adopted, plans were outlined for the gala April 6 opening and there was still time for a bit of dancing at the second meeting of the Teen-Age Canteen, held in the West University Community House last Friday night. Enthusiastic applause greeted the announcement by Arthur Minier of 4319 Phil, membership chairman, that 101 paid-up members were on the books with 15 days yet to go on the charter membership drive. After Loye Ross, Sr., had called the meeting to order, Jo Ann Lang- ley, chairman, presided. Commit- tee chairmen were called on to introduce themselves and the mem- bers of their committees. The constitution, by-laws and house rules, which were drawn up by the Teen-Age Canteen committee chair- men and the adult advisory board, were read by Martha Hodge and ipproved by the group. Grand Opening Slated Plans for the April...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 March 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES March 29, 1945 PLUM LEY CHAPTER MEETS The Martha Plumley chapter of St. Mark's Episcopal Church will meet at 10:30 a. m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. P. P. Stafford, 3727 Darcus. "THE SIGN OF THE CROSS" In "CAROLINA BLUES" Also Terrytoon Chapter 11 "Haunted Harboi Sunday and Monday Ann Sheridan—Jack Carson In "THE DOUGIKJIRLS" Also Terrytoon, News Tuesday and Wednesday "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" With Gail Russell—Diana Lynn Azalea Garden Group Plans Flower Clinic A flower clinic will be held by the Azalea Group of the West Uni versity Garden Club at its meeting at 10 a. m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. D. R. Gayle, 5814 Buffalo Speedway. Each member is asked to bring flowers and containers, so that she can make an arrangement at the meeting. ★- Friend: "How do you like your change from salesman to police- man ?" New Policeman: "Fine. The pay is regular. But what I like best is that the customers are always •ong." West University Newlywed Hosiery Repair...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 March 1945

March 29,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 * * FOILED AGAIN His eager eyes look up at me, He takes me by the hand; He leans his head against my arm And then I understand. Resisting would be foolish, For he's caught me in his trap; So I read him Superman again Before he takes his nap. ★ When love and skill work to- gether expect a masterpiece.—John Ruskin. DAVIDSON'S DRY GOODS & HARDWARE Garden Supplies Pittsburgh Paints Varieties End of Bus Line Bellaire at Richmond Madison 2-0143 When hot compresses are re- quired, use a potato ricer to wring out the hot water and save your hands. Instead of pricking your fingers pulling out sandburrs, hold your socks or other clothes over a pan of water and pull off the burrs with a regular hair comb. Add a bit of vinegar to the dish- water to cut the grease. Cover the top of your bedspring with oil cloth. This will be a good protection for your mattress and will make it easier to turn your mattress. Use the cardboard from your husband's shirts ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 March 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES March 29, 1945 HOUSVNWvS * PLAN YOUR EASTER DINNER WITH THESE TIMELY SAVINGS! LARGE WHITE Doz. 35c MISSION BRAND TENDER ASPARAGUS SPEARS No. 2 Cun 34c PICTSWEET—BIG TENDER eas Sweet P ( No. 2 Can 15c SHERWOOD WHOLE UNPEELED Prune Plums No. 2V2 Can 19c * You Couldn't Ask For fe*. BETTER MEAT UA'\ QUALITY. BOSTON ROLL LAMB SHOULDERS Lb. 39c GRADE A BEEF CLUB STEAKS L1" 47c GRADE A VEAL OVEN ROAST Lb' 26c MAKES DELICIOUS HAMBURGERS ,, ,25c FRESH—BAKING SIZE Red Fish 47c MKKIE'S PARKERHOUSE ROLLS Doz. 12c SPECIAL EASTER COOKIES doz. 20c BOMB SHELL POPCORN 15c lO-Oz. Can BAMA PURE APRICOT PRESERVES 28c lG-Oz. Jar DUFF'S MIX FOR GINGER BREAD 14-Oz. * rr Pkg. ID*' TENDERONI 5c 4 to 6 Servings Pkg. CRISPY FRESH yrrts _ RED RIPE LOUISIANA Strawberries 2 Boxes 39c GOLDEN RIPE Bananas 2 19c EXTRA FANCY WINESAP Apples 4- 29c PREMIER PRUNE JUICE 7 Quart JQC L Bottles 47'* HUNT'S FANCY SPANISH STYLE TOMATO SAUCE 2 Buffet Cans lie V-B OLD FASHIONED APPLE SAUCE 2 No. 2 Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 April 1945

esfebn /Mnes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number 28 HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 5, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Zindler, Kachtick Elected Mayors In Bellaire, Southside Orchestra Will Highlight Canteen Opening Friday More than 200 youngsters are ex- pected to attend the formal opening of the Teen-Age Canteen at 7 p. in. Friday night in the West Univer- sity Community House, according to Jo Ann Langley, chairman. Har- rif's orchestra will provide music for dancing, and the Lillian Mc- Cardell Dancing Studio will present a floor show. The snack bar will be open. The canteen is for teen-agers 13 through 17 years of age who are residents of the Southwestern sec- tion, and youngsters may still join as charter members by contacting the membership chairman. Each of the committee chairmen, elected at the March 9 meeting, has chosen a member of the adult ad- vi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 April 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES April 5, 1945 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor MARSHALL ROBIE 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 Rates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 . . Evening Phone Madis HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 5, 1945 No Let-Up Until Complete Victory Men know fear in battle. When they face enemy bullets, bombs and heavy shells, they wouldn't bet a plugged nickel on their chances of coming through unscathed. But—and here is what really counts—they fight on because they know they must if the battle and the war are to be won. In the inferno of battle, when the deepest hell would seem calm and quiet by comparison, men keep going since they fully...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 April 1945

April 5,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Gondii P.-T. A. To Elect Officers Tuesday Officers for the coming year will he elected by the Parent-Teacher Association of the Condit School in Bellaire at a meeting in the school Tuesday night. A social gathering will he held at 7:80 with the busi- ness meeting and election scheduled for 8. Mrs. Irene Oliver's fifth grade will be host room. Members of the nominating com- mittee are: Mrs. Fred Teas, 4521 Teas, chairman; Mrs. Z. K. Hunter, 4810 Florence, representative from the executive committee; Mrs. Lewis Swails, 4912 Linden; Mrs. R. W. Calvert, 4535 Magnolia, and Mrs. Vivian McClannahan, 5508 Old Richmond Road. Mrs. J. H. Bohmfalk REAL ESTATE Bellaire • Westmoreland Farms 4921 Bellaire Blvd. Phone M. 2-1011 Houston, Texas DAVIDSON'S DRY GOODS & HARDWARE Garden Supplies Pittsburgh" Paints Varieties End of Bus Line Bellaire at Richmond Madison 2-0143 Start 'em Right WITH RED CHAIN CHICK STARTER ALSO GULF GAS AND OIL BATTERIES AND ACCESSO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 April 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES April 5, 1945 A trainee at Camp Livingston was sitting at a table explaining his importance to a visiting girl friend. The young lady asked him what rank he held. "Company optican," he replied. "Company optican?" she re- marked questioningly. "I have nev- er heard of that before. What are your duties?" "Scraping the eyes out of pota- toes," he replied coftly. Perfected Cleaning • CAMPUS CLEANERS "Social Notes" I'Jisto University Blvd. Jackson 2-5149 Mrs. Robert E. Turrentine, Jr., will entertain with a tea in her home at 4542 Bellaire Blvd. from 3 to 6 p. m. Saturday, honoring her daughter, Miss Jo Ann Turrentine, who will be a June graduate of Lamar High School. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cathriner, 3002 Plumb, are their daughter, Mrs. H. E. Aid- rich of Fort Worth; their sister Mrs. R. E. Stone, and her daugh- ter, Miss Dorothy Crewe of Kansas City, and C. F. Lips of San An tonio. Several informal parties have been planned for them during thei...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 April 1945

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 n )■ -'4 i ToU ' fUgkeKptoh'68 20000 ton« of wb nv « r A „ ueiaUt oftVe feU > , to<V e ^1 « TViere arc 1000,000 Jap8 ' 2000000 .«orc°re«.ly for i u.Uc MltKcmu Annual Flower Sliow Scheduled For Tuesday By Southgate Club The annual flower show and tea for members of the Southgate Gar- den Club and their guests will be held from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Tues- day in the home of Mrs. J. L. Coch- ran, 2011 Goldsmith Road. It will be an invitation affair. Mrs. L. W. Roco of 2030 Swift, general chairman for the show, stated that flowers for the show must be garden-grown and that members are to submit entries be- tween 10 a. m. and 12 noon on the day of the show. — ★ Girl Scouts Of Area Seek Cookies For ll.S.O. Girl Scouts of the West Univer- sity area will stage a cookie drive Saturday to collect cookies for the U.S.O. on Fannin Street. Each troop is asked to participate. Those who are not scouts but who would like to help the drive may contribute, leaders said. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 April 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES April 5, 1945 Garden Club Group Meets Next Tuesday The Sunset Terrace Group of the Garden Club of West University will meet at 10 a. m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. E. II. Luckett, 3721 Nottingham. Mrs. J. E. Dunn will be co-hostess. Election of officers will be held, and Mrs. M. V. Gray, guest speak- er, will discuss "Dahlias." Each member is asked to bring a garden hint. Nathan Colish INSURANCE Reliable, intelligent service repre- senting reputable Old Line Legal Reserve Insurance Companies. e: 2929 Rice Blvd. HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP Fans, Toasters, Vacuum Gleaners and Other Appliances Repaired. Quick, Dependable Service 6117 KIRBY DRIVE Next to Bank RAMBLING.... It's a girl at the R. G. Chapman home, 5223 Brae Burn Drive. She was born March 16 and has been named Saine. . . . Mrs. Malcolm L. Pech and four- year-old daughter, Lyndall, went to Long Beach, California, recently to join Mr. Pech, who is stationed at the Los Alamitos Naval Air Sta- tion. They are rec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 April 1945

April 5, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 • WE'RE SURE TO WIN [WITH KIDS WHO BRING THE PAPER IN ! IrVVxftlf" ™o.wl Forty Scouts In Area Qualify For Badges In Paper Campaign All of the scout troops and cub packs of the Southwestern section are participating in the Eisen- hower-Boy Scout wastepaper cam- paign, according to R. J. Depen- brock, scout commissioner. Troops 211 and 505 are leading, each hav- ing collected some 13,000 pounds. Already 40 boys in the section have qualified for the Eisenhower badge, which is given to each scout who turns in 1000 pounds during the March-April drive, and 20 boys are approaching the goal. Mr. Depenbrock stated that the cubs are doing a bang-up job, too. Anyone wishing to help the scouts win their badges, at the same time contributing to the war effort, may have wastepaper picked up by calling Mr. Depenbrock's home, Madison 2-5933. * Election Highlights April 12 Meeting Of Garden Study Club Election of officers for next year will highlight the April...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 April 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES April 5, 1945 New Plant Near Orange To Boosl Nylon Production Plans for construction of a new plant near Orange, Texas, to boost nylon production for military pur- poses at the specific request of the government, have been announced by E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. Work on the project, estimated to cost approximately $20,000,000, is to start immediately. The plant, to be known as the Sabine River Works, will be about three miles south of Orange. The Du Pont Company said it planned that Texas production of the ingredients of nylon, manufac- tured by an intricate chemical pro- cess, would begin in 12 months. All nylon is under government allocation for military purposes, principally parachutes, airplane tire cord, flak protective devices, glider tow rope, ponchos, mildew- resistant equipment, tapered bris- tles for Navy paint brushes, wire insulation and molded parts for airplane instruments. He: We're coming to the tunnel. Are you afraid ? She: No, but ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 April 1945

April 5, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Texas Garden Club Names Mrs. F. A. Huwieler President Mrs. Cockburn Elected Corresponding Secretary Al Convention In Dallas MRS. F. A. HUWIELER New Shipment SCREEN DOOR GRILLS PADLOCKS CHICKEN FEEDERS LUFKIN'S STEEL TAPE HACK SAW FRAMES STRAW SUN HATS METAL CURTAIN RODS FERTI-LOME and VIGORO • Complete Line of DUPONT PAINTS Gloss Cut to Measurements Garden Tools, Seed, Bone Meal, Snarol, Peat Moss and Aluminum Sulphate. WARK HARDWARE & PLUMBING CO. 2706 Bissonnet Street Tel. Hadley 1844 | "Keep Social Security Card In Safe Place," Rogers Tells Workers "If a worker wants to be certain that he and his family receive all the benefits to which they may be entitled under the Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance plan, he should keep his social security card in a safe place. He should safe- guard it just as he does his insur ance policy or bank book." This advice was given by Fred C. Rog- ers, manager of the Houston office of the Social Securi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 April 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES April 5, 1945 Legion Post Will Send Yontli To Austin To Study Government John R. Burkett Post 77 of the American Legion will hold its reg- ular business meeting at 8 o'clock tonight in the West University Community House. Among the im- portant matters to be brought be- fore the group is the selection of a boy to participate in Boy State Day at Austin, according to E. H. Bar- ziza, post adjutant. Each year vari- ous Texas Legion posts send an outstanding high school student to Austin to study the workings of the State government by filling for a day the state offices from gover- nor down. The executive board of the post in a meeting last week authorized the purchase of a piano for the Community House. It will be used by the Legion for its meetings and dances and will be offered for rent to other organizations using the Community House. Attendance at the dance Satur- day night was smaller than expect- ed, but those present had a grand time, Mr. Barziza said....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 April 1945

April 5, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 LOtf! Why not a spice bag to flavor that soup or stew? To make one, mix three sprigs parsley, six whole cloves, one bay leaf and a little thyme and tie them loosely in a small square of white cheesecloth. Drop the bag into the cooking mix- ture. If it is difficult to make wall- paper stick to chimney, ceilings or walls, apply a coat of aluminum paint before papering. Then the wallpaper will not crack or come Continual opening of the oven door changes the temperature and is a common cause of baking fail- ures. A sharp knife, rinsed in hot water, will do a good job of cutting v WHEN WOMEN TRAVEL- N. C. 8. TRAVELERS CHECKS SMOOTH THE WAY The hazard of carry- ing currency is removed and enjoy- ment accordingly increased, when women start their journeys with National City Hank of New York Trav- elers Checks to pay expenses. It is easy to detach a c heck as needed, counter- sign it for self- identification, and use it as cash. Modern journeys are c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 April 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES April 5, 1945 Onlv 6 Points SEA FEAST ALASKAN Pink Salmon WHITE HOUSE—Not Rationed REAGAN'S BRAND—NOT RATIONED Sauer Kraut No. 2 Can 10c Apple Juice f6-Oz. 1 Op Bottle IfcV MAYFAIR SET—Not Rationed Sour Pickles 23c CHOICE ItlEATS GRADE "A" VEAL Oven Roast 26c PURE PORK Pan Sausage Lb 35c ASSORTED SLICED Cold Cuts u 35c KRAFT VELVEETA Cheese 2 Z 77c FRESH—Makes Delicious Hamburgers Ground Veal "> 25c FRESH Red Fish L, 47c MICKIE'S BAKERY SPECIALS BUTTER ROLLS Dozen - - - 21c APPLE FILLED COFFEE CAKE.... 27c FRIIITf L VEGETABLES U. S. No. 1 YELLOW SPANISH —BERMUDA /ft u. s —B1 Onions Lb. m lc NEW CROP TEXAS FRESH BLACKEYED Peas 2 35c CALIFORNIA MEATY Calavos 19c SNO-BRITE—Not Rationed LONG GRAIN Rice 2 25c SHERWOOD WHOLE—Only 10 Points PRUNE No. v/i 1Q. PLUMS c™ 19C '33' Bleach q< 12c RANCH STYLE Beans 3ci,0° 25c DEL MONTE DICED 0 OGji BEETS ™ACTire 2110z 1 Rf TOASTIES ■!PkKs Ivv AUNT JENNY'S —OLD FASHIONED— Candies 69o Big 27-Oz. Jar BOMB SHELL POPCOR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 April 1945

iMtics PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number 29 HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL, 12, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year "Building Boom" Starts In West University Place Considerable interest is being shown in the building of homes in West University Place after a war- time holiday of three years, R. B. Allen, city secretary, reports. The revival of home building is reflected in the applications recent- ly made to the FHA for 69 residen- tial units by property owners and builders. The City Hall reports that certificates of availability of utili- ties have been furnished on these applications. Six Permits Issued Of the 69 applications which have been processed 38 have been approved. Building permits have been issued and construction start- ed on six of the approved applica- tions. Permits have been issued to: J. C. Calloway, six-room, one- story brick veneer with tw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 April 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES April 12,1945 eJfoM "Times Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN ETTA MARTIN. . LILLIAN DENTON MARSHALL ROBIE Editor and Publisher Associate Editor Assistant 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 Hates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 . . Evening Phone Madison 2-1085 HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 12, 1945 The School Board "Carries The Ball" The Southwestern Times is extremely gratified with the results of the School Board election last Saturday. Although the total vote of less than 8500 indicates a shameful lack of interest in the condition of Houston's schools by the majority of the city's half million inhabitants, the final outcome was decisive. The overwhelming majority by wh...

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