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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 April 1945

April 26, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 • * Mr. and Mrs. Dyer Give Cocktail Party On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Dyer of 2114 Rice Bou- levard entertained with a cocktail party honoring Lt. Comdr. and Start 'em Right WITH RED CHAIN CHICK STARTER Open Weekly 8-6:30 R. R. REAMER Rice and Cedar Madison 2 Mrs. A. H. Hans J. Bohlmann. Tall tapers in silver candelabra lighted the serving board, which was centered with an arrangement of sweet peas, stock and snapdrag- ons in a silver and crystal epergne. Orchid corsages were presented Miss Morrow and Mrs. Berndtson. Albino Torres and his orchestra provided music for the evening. Parents of the prospective bride, Mr. and Mrs. Wright Morrow, were included in the guest list. Jewelry and Watch Repairs EXPERT WORK FAST SERVICE BLUM'S 6624 S. Main H. 6741 Control of Household Pests We guarantee to keep your property free of rats, roaches, ants, carpet beetles and moths for a nominal charge of as low as $1 per month. This charge is based...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 April 1945

Page 8 southwestern times April 26,1945 Tfft CftOMD 7 r grade"a"veal Oven Roast u 26c grade"a"veal Loin Steak 33c fresh Ground Veal u 29c MICKIE'S BAKERY -SPECIALS- fruit PIES each 39c freshly sliced Calf Liver u 49c assorted sliced Cold Cuts ■" 29c streusel ROLLS Dozen 25' fresh caught TROUT 47c van camp's TENDERONI BO* 5c duff's mix for GINGERBREADS 15c chase & sanborn COFFEE it 31c Hy-Pro bleach & cleanser Quart 13C Spic&Span "The Perfect Cleaner" Box 19C sno brite —long grain— Rice 21 25c bama pure Apple Jelly 2 j„r 25c SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY CITRA-GOLD CALIFORNIA—Not Rationed— Orange Juice 20c RATH'S BLACK HAWK Luncheon Meat - 29c SHERWOOD Prune Plums &■ 19c LIBBY'S FANCY z BEETS 2 .. 25c DELICIOUS ICE CREAM Pint 15c Quart.... 30c miJym HOME GROWN TENDER CORN 5Ear8 25c FIRM MEATY CALAVOS Each 19c FRESII BLACKEYED PEAS Lb. 5c RICE BLVD.FOOD MARKET Quality Foods at LOW PRICES Every Day 2501 RICE BOULEVARD

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 May 1945

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—No. 32 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 3,1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year West University Place To Hire Health Specialist Full Time Sanitarian To Control Disease And Pest Eradication Program Village Civic Club Opposes Kirby Highway The Village Civic Club, newest civic organization in the South- western section, met last Thursday night and unanimously passed resolution opposing the conversi of Kirby Drive into a 120-foot link in State highway 75. While the en- tire group is heartily in favor of improving the street at the earliest opportunity, its members feel that the through and heavy traffic that a State highway would entail would be detrimental to the community. First Official Meet The first official meeting of the club was held in the Scout House at Greenbriar and Addison and was attended by 35 residents of the sec- tion. Member...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 May 1945

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 3, 1945 41 B 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 LILLIAN DENTON Assistant 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 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 3, 1945 We Have A Rendezvous With Destiny Every day that goes by reminds us in some way of the World Peace Conference now in session on the Pacific Coast—yet, how many times, actually, have you taken a personal interest in the goings on? You say you're busy, you have nothing to do with the Conference anyway—that any- thing you would have to say would be ignored. Today, yes, but what of the future? At this hour or momen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 May 1945

May 3, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Sr II i > I |i : Hi' r '- J Burkell Post Will Feature Initiation Ceremony Tonight Initiation ceremony will high- light the program for the meeting of John R. Burkett Post 77 of the Plate Lunches Meat AC*. Two Vegetables Salad *WV Cold Beer and Beer To Go Bellaire Cafe C. H. NELIUS M. 2-0182 American Legion at 8 p. m. tonight in the West University Community House, according to E. H. Dech- man, post commander. The executive committee will meet Friday night to discuss the organization of junior baseball teams for the section, a dance June 2 and the post's participation in the Seventh War Loan Drive. The post will assist at the U.S.O. Saturday evening with a commit- tee headed by Commander Dech- man and including A. M. McDade, J. C. Fails, Lester Schulze, Cliff Saunders and Prue Benson. Finer Drugs M. S. FINER Prescription Druggist Phone Madison 2-2711 BELLAIRE, TEXAS Control of Household Pests We guarantee to keep your property free of rats, ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 May 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 3,1945 Garden Clubs Of Area Active As Season Draws To Close; Tea And Installation Of Officers Highlight Meetings As the spring months begin to turn into summer, busy gardeners and flower lovers approach their happiest season of the year. It's time to show off the fruits of their labors, and certainly this year the flowers have been profusely lovely. The garden clubs are buzzing with zest and activity this week, too, as they go into the "wind-up" of this year's program. Tea At Warwick This afternoon the Garden Club of West University will honor Mrs. F. A. Huwieler, president of the Texas Garden Clubs, Inc.; Mrs. H. C. Cockburn, recording secretary of the state group, and Mrs. W. E. Brown, treasurer, at a tea from 3 to 5 in the lounge at the Warwick Hotel. Sharing honors will be the past presidents of the West Uni- versity Club, Mrs. B. T. Bowlin, who was recently re-elected for an- other year, and Mesdames H. H. Rachford, R. L. Sonfield, A. A. Meister, B...

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

May 3,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 I WEAKER SEX? Believe it or not, the women are the stronger sex. Women live longer, by about five years, die less easily, and don't have as many accidents. Perfected Cleaning • CAMPUS CLEANERS «BB!K 2533 University Blvd. Jackson 2-5149 When convalescent children are able to sit up in bed they need a place upon which to draw or color. By opening only two legs of a fold- ing card table, it may be placed over the side of the bed and will take the place of a bed tray. Thirty Minute Battery Charge S. & H. Green Stamps SOUTHGATE SERVICE STATION Shell Petroleum Products Geo. J. Liiienkugcl, Owner Had ley 2304 6702 S. Main at Southgate PROPERTY OWNERS For Prompt and Courteous Service List the Real Estate you wish to sell with me. I have Buyers waiting for Homes, Apartments, and Acreage. FRANK M. RENTFROW REALTOR 6537 Edloe Houston 5, Texas The WHITE HOUSE 6800 South Main Private * " Dining Room For Special Parlies CLOSED ON THURSDAYS Just Off Belloir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 May 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 3, 1945 Ira Harris Injured In Fall From Pump Ilonse Ira A. Harris, head of the water and sewer department for the City of West University Place, was seri- Mrs. J. H. Bohmfalk REAL ESTATE Bcllaire • Westmoreland Farms 4921 Bellalre Blvd. Phone M. 2-1011 Houston, Texas ously injured Saturday afternoon when he fell from the top of the pump house at 3825 Milton to the concrete sidewalk, about 14 feet. Both of his arms and his pelvis were broken and he suffered frac- tures of the vertebrae and serious bruises. He is in the Methodist Hospital and doctors say his injuries are serious but not critical. He will probably be laid up two or three months. Painters and Paperhangers Experts available now for the bettei clans work. Thousands of satisfied cus tomers. Call for free estimate. Chas. R. Olds M. 2-4347 Listings Wanted For prompt, careful, efficient handling, list your real estate for sale with us today. There is a ready market for residential properties righ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 May 1945

May 3, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 "'1 tip* FLYING NOW SAFER The increased safety of aviation is indicated by the fact that, since the first of the year, many life in- surance companies have revised their rules for insuring pilots, pas- sengers and crew members, mak- ing them more liberal than ever before. KUHN'S Climatized Paint ~)l<!<lr Especially far the South" GARDEN SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES KELLY'S VARIETY & Hardware Store DAVIDSON'S DRY GOODS & HARDWARE Garden Supplies Pittsburgh Paints Varieties End of Bus Line Bellaire at Richmond Madison 2-0143 Jleth Qet Acquainted PRESCRIPTIONS and SLIDE-RULES • Only the trained specialist can gain the utmost service from a slide rule. And trained specialists are required, too, to compound exacting pre- scriptions. Don't take chances with so important a matter. Bring your pre- scription here, where highest ethical standards are main- tained; where quality phar- maceuticals and only skilled pharmacists are employed. L PETERSON...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 May 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 3,1945 SMEUS %£-rt -- -- I < \V I SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY flnnnzEBBimmgi HOME GROWN TENDER FRESH Okra 25c FANCY MEATY Calavos... 19c FRESH HOME GROWN YOUNG TENDER Green Beans 2 Lbs. 15c MICKIE'S BAKERY SPECIALS 100% Whole Wheat BREAD 8c Apple Streusel COFFEE CAKE MOTT'S PURE Apple Juice 23c Not Quart Rationed Bottle FOLGER'S COFFEE £ 29c -Not Rationed— Gerber's Baby Food 4 Cans 25C STRAINED or CHOPPED —Not Rationed— Gold Medal Flour 5 Sack 25C lOs^ck 49C —Not Rationed- TENDERONI 5c 4 TO 6 SERVINGS Box —Not Rationed— l i.-|r J'}Jjr iwpMuiiiiP GRADE "A" VEAL 4 Red Points Oven Roast u. 26c FRESH 4 Red Points Ground Veal u 26c GRADE "A" VEAL 6 Red Points Rib Chops , 36c FRESHLY SLICED 6 Red Points Calf Liver Lb. 49c ASSORTED SLICED Not Rationed Cold Cuts ,b 29c FRESH CAUGHT Not Rationed Gulf Trout ■ 47c BAMA PURE —Not Rationed— Grape Jam * 19c RANCH D STYLE Q —Not Rationed— eans 3- 25c PREMIER PURE —Not Rationed— Prune Juice • 25c EXQUISITE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 May 1945

est&M /Mnes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—No. 33 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 10.1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Leaders Chosen For 7th War Bond Drive In Section Leaders have been chosen and quotas set for the Southwestern section's participation in the "mighty" Seventh War Loan Drive. Organization meetings are being held and plans drafted for a house- to-house canvas throughout the area. Hugh L. Whiteside of 3019 La- fayette as chairman of Area 12 will direct the drive for West Uni- versity Place. He will be assisted by R. J. Depenbrock of 3032 Am- herst, C. A. "Andy" Nees of 4025 Swarthmore and Harvey Fleming of 6549 Sewanee as sub-committee captains. To stimulate the raising of West University's quota of $250,000, Mr. Whiteside is planning a display of Jap money and American war equipment at the University State Bank. Announcement of the nature of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 May 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 10, 1945 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bcllaire, Bracswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN ETTA MARTIN LILLIAN DENTON Editor and Publisher Associate Editor Assistant Entered as second-class matter, October 12, 1944, at the Post Office at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription S1.00 a Year Advertising Kates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phone Mnriison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 10, 1945 My Choice For American Hero Number One Webster's definition of a hero is—"a person of distin- guished valor in danger, or of fortitude in suffering." I prefer to place the latter interpretation upon the word. Our front pages are filled with the names of men who, by long training and brilliant ability, have been able to effect remarkable achievements in the face of emergencies, when they often had no other ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 May 1945

May 10, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 vi %6 i jdet'-i Qet Acfyuuntedt While some call him "Governor" and some use the title, "Judge," it's "Jimmy" to most folks out our way and to thousands throughout the state. James V. Allred, governor of Texas from 1935 to 1939 and Unit- ed States district judge for the southern district of Texas from 1939 to 1942, has been a "neigh- bor" since he moved to Bellaire three years ago. He has lived in the Houston area for six years. Jimmy and Joe Betsy, his wife, with their three sons live at 4720 Bellaire Boulevard. The boys are Jimmy, Jr., 15, David, 11, and Sam Houston, 8. Sam was born while the family lived in the Governor's and was named in honor I—PHI— of the Texas hero. Now engaged in the private prac- tice of law, Jimmy Allred was born 46 years ago in Bowie, Texas. He received his L.L.B. degree at Cum- berland University in Lebanon, Tenn., practiced law and was dis- trict attorney at Wichita Falls. Be- fore becoming governor he made a sensat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 May 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 10, 1945 Miss Mary Jarvis, West University Girl. Becomes Bride Of Naval Officer In a candlelight ceremony May 1, Miss Mary Clarke Jarvis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Crawford .Jarvis of 6422 Brompton, became the bride of John Brown Macken- zie, Jr., ensign, United States Na- val Reserve, son of John Brown Mackenzie of New York City, at Christ Episcopal Church. The bride was gowned in white silk marquisette over hi !al taf- feta, fashioned with a high neck- line, fitted basque finished with self-covered buttons and insets of Chantilly lace. She wore a finger- W.K.ATKINS SERVICE STATION ★ OIL GAS Battery and Road Service Washing and Greasing 2540 Bcllairc Blvd. II. 0502 tip veil of illusion, and carried a ! bouquet of gardenias and stepha- ! notis. j Attendants to the bride were her sister, Miss Bondu Jarvis, as maid of honor; Mrs. W. M. Wheless, Jr., as matron of honor; Misses Ada Dean, Louise Smith, Estelle Lind- sey, Margaret Moore and Reba Bethea,...

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

May 10, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 RIGHT! Out west recently, baseball fans heaved a sigh of relief when one of the less popular umpires was called up for induction by the Army. Their jubilation was short lived, however, when he was rejected. The reason: Defective vision. + Mother: "Sonny, don't use such bad words." Sonny: "Shakespeare used them." Mother: "Well, don't play with him any more." Thurndny—Friday—Saturday "HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN" With 62 Hollywood Start* Also Daffy Duck Cartoon Matinee Only: "Alaskan Myst Sunday and Monday "SINCE YOU WENT AWAY" With Claudctte Colbert Joseph Gotten—Shirley Temple Tuesday and Wednesday Bob Hope—Dorothy Lamour In "THEY GOT ME COVERED" May Day-Child Health Day Factor In Control Of Preventable Diseases "One of the valued by-products of May Day-Child Health Day ac- tivities of recent years has been the stimulus to physical examina- tion of children of our State," is the opinion of Dr. Geo. W. Cox, State Health Officer. Early detec- tion of physi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 May 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 10, 1945 REJECTED Two soldiers were lying in ad- joining beds in a Guadalcanal hos- pital. Each one received a letter in the mail. After reading his, the first* threw it on the floor. "It's from my girl," he explained glumly. "She tells me she's marrying another fellow." "You're sore," came from the other bed. "This comes from my draft board. They rejected me." Finer Drugs M. S. FINER ascription Druggisi BELLAIRE, TEXAS Machine stitch the drawstring on pop's and junior's pajamas firmly at center back. Then it's less likely to become detached and get caught in the washer. If you thumb-tack waxed paper to the pastry board before rolling out the pastry, the dough won't stick. To curl a feather that has been damaged by water, sprinkle it liberally with salt and shake before a fire or over a hot radiator until dry. Clothes need a rest, too. Don't wear the same thing day after day if you can avoid it. Reinforce your heavy bath towels ^4 L. M. RUSSELL 2511 Ric...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 May 1945

May 10, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 RAMBLING.... There's been a festive air about the W. R. Freeman home at 3305 Tangley of late, what with Billy's seven - year - old birthday - theatre party at the Village on Saturday, followed by games and refresh- ments at home. On Friday Mrs. Freeman's brother, G. F. Vinsant of Fort Worth, was a guest. Then, Mr. Freeman's brother and his wife, the T. C. Freemans of Waco, came in for several days. . . . Best wishes for a rapid recovery to N. C. Sears of 4245 Judson, who had an operation recently. . . . Due back Saturday after con- ducting a two-week revival in Bay town is Rev. Ray V. Mayfield of the West University Baptist Church. . . . Sorry to see Mr. and Mrs. W. L BLASINGAME DRUG STORE Prescription Druggists Homer Blnsingnmc, Prop. rt anil ... Ah Quick, formerly of 2344 Watts Road, leave to make their home in Cranford, New Jersey. They said they hope to get back from time to time to see their many friends. . . . MUncill Allen of 4132 Milton...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 May 1945

Pace 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 In The Village O N OUR FIFTH BIRTHDAY we pause to extend to you, our friends and customers, a sincere message of appreciation for your loyalty and patronage. You have placed your confidence and your trust in us and have been rewarded by a sincere effort to give you personal service and the highest quality merchandise obtainable. But long before we had won your confidence, the Southwestern section had won ours. We are indeed happy to- day that we had the foresight and vision to pioneer in "The Village" by erecting this modern and complete drug store. We are proud that the building that houses Peterson's Pharmacy today is still years ahead in design and appearance. We feel that no matter what spectacular growth the future has in store for "The Village" this pharmacy will always hold its rightful place as one of the most outstanding and progressive establishments of the section. As we go into our sixth year of operation we pledge to you a continuation ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 May 1945

May 10, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 I i ,u I ft* 9 Red, White And Blue "When I think of the Amer- ican flag ... I see alternate strips of parchment upon which are written the rights of liberty and justice, and stripes of blood to vindicate those rights, and then, in the corner, a prediction of the blue serene into which every nation may swim which stands for these great things." — Woodrow Wilson, New York, May 17, 1915. Two Men Of Section Open Good Housekeeping, Inc. HI Mrs. Watson Elected President of Southside Club At Final Meet Members of the Southside Gar- den Club held their final meeting of the year last Thursday morning in the Southside Place Clubhouse with 30 members present. Highlighting the occasion was the election of officers. Those chosen to serve next year are Mrs. Earl E. Watson of 6508 Edloe, president; Mrs. R. H. Dorf of 3716 Garnet, vice president; Mrs. E. J. Murdock of 3736 Darcus, secre- tary, and Mrs. Hugh S. Cameron of 6554 Auden, treasurer. A private garden...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 May 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 10, 1945 "Social Notes-- Eight prospective June gradu-honor guests included Misses Joyce ates were honorees at a "coke" party given yesterday afternqon by Mrs. J. L. Irvin of G418 Auden. The Mrs. J. H. Bohmfalk REAL ESTATE Bcllaire • Westmoreland Farms 4921 Bellnlre Blvd. Phone M. 2-1011 Houston, Texas Haltmar, Betty Faye Barber, Bev erly Cole, Lola Margaret Daniel 1, Ruth Stephenson, Marian Korn- blatt, Adele Skinner and Pat Irvin, all members of the Comrades Class of the West University Baptist Church. About 50 guests were entertained. On her 11th birthday last Satur- day afternoon Ginger Waldrop, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Waldrop of 3223 Tangley, enter- tained with a party. There were 12 guests. Mrs. Marshall Knapp, who for- merly lived at 3312 Tangley and who is now a nurses' aide at Mc- Listings Wanted For prompt, careful, efficient handling, list your real estate for sale with us today. There is a ready market for residential properties righ...

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