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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 May 1945

May 24, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Pfc. Banks And His Pfc. Bride Are Honored Here The home of Mrs. Rue Banks of 4134 University Boulevard will be the scene of an open house when she and her sister, Miss Lee En^le, honor her son, Pfc. Jason C. Banks, and his bride, Pfc. Julia Banks, to- morrow evening from G to 10 o'clock. Assisting the hostesses with serving will be Misses Betty Jane Dwyer, Beverly Voorhees, Ray Belle Melder and Mrs. Hazel Thom- as. Misses Mary Ann Dwyer and Billye Jean Collins will be in charge of the guest book. A vocal solo will be rendered by Miss Jane White, accompanied by Mrs. Ruth Nannen. Pfc. Julia Banks is the former Miss Julia F. Kane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kane of Al- ton, Illinois. They are both here on furlough, Pfc. Jason from Foster Field, Texas, and Pfc. Julia from Stout Field, Indianapolis. Wage war with your wages! Buy Bigger Bonds for the Bigger Sev- Plate Lunches Meat Two Vegetables Salad 45c Cold Beer and Beer To Go Bellaire Cafe C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 May 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 24, 1945 1/o/unfB6! They come to enlist your help in MIGHTY X , * /-Xf DUGGER ,l7°NDS ^REofthem and make iti CIMO YOUR QU0T^ MATURITY value of PERSONAL VAlUt .AiVM 7TH VJARIOAN n^KinS BQU* I VVAR B°N0 IF YOUR AVERAGE INc°Wt „ MONTH IS! ,c QUOTA 15 VAIUE) HR MONTH IS: $250 225-250 210-225 2C0-21O 180-200 .160 100-140 Under $100 W- X Help Southwestern Houston To Make Its Quota By Meeting Your Personal Quota ■ t \ ! Ife*. WWlil i In apprecation of the work of the Victory Volunteers, thii following firms BY THIS time last year Victory Volunteers in this com- munity had made the rounds twice to get out fighting dollars for War Bonds. So if you've wondered why 110 one has called 011 you in 1945, here's why . . . The Mighty 7th War Loan is TWO GREAT DRIVES IN ONE! And think what that means. All the old rules of buying you set for yourself in the past are out. America's growing hattle might is costing more dollars every hour. Only by your purchase of MORE BONDS...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 May 1945

May 24, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Most of 2,000 Vacant Lots In W. University Cleared of Weeds In Stepped*Up Program Now that the weed mowing sea- son is in full swing, the weed cut- ter purchased last fall by the City of West University Place is putting in full time every day cutting the grass and weeds on more than 2,000 vacant lots and tracts of land. "It takes from six to eight weeks to make the rounds of every vacant piece of property in the city, and then it's time to start all over again," stated R. B. Allen, city sec- retary-engineer. "We cut every lot three or four times every summer, depending on the growth of the weeds. A particularly rainy season slows us up in two ways, first, be- cause rain makes the weeds grow faster and more rank, and second, because we cannot operate on muddy lots." This year, due to the mild winter and early spring, the weed cutter went into action the last week in March, earliest in the city's his- tory. Not only does the weed cutting program ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 May 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 24, 1945 "Social Notes" Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Patter- son of El Paso, Texas, and Bel Mar, New Jersey, announce the engage- ment and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miriam Louise, to Ens. Marion A. Carnes, U.S.N., son of Capt. and Mrs. J. W. Carnes of 3730 Jardin. The wedding will be solemnized at 5 p. m. Saturday in the Second Baptist Church. Friends are invited to the ceremony. The Couples Class of the West SAVOY CAFETERIA AND RESTAURANT D. MITCHELL, Manager Open Every Day of the Week WE FEATURE DAILY PLATE LUNCH (Meat, 2 Vegetables, Dessert—50c) T-BONE STEAKS 2529 RICE BLVD. Hadley 0066 Ct COOL HOP INSULATE WITH EAGLE MINERAL WOOL "Year Round Comfort** Dewey S. Parker Representing Eagle Building Insulators University Methodist Church will entertain with a picnic at 6:30 p. m. Saturday in Southside Park to honor members who have joined the class since November. Games will be played after the supper. On Saturday Mrs. A. D. Garri- son of 2011 S...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 May 1945

May 24, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Parent-T eaclier Group Of W. U. Names Leaders Chairmen to head committees of the West University Parent-Teach- er Association for the 1945-46 term were elected at a called meeting of the executive committee Friday in the home of Mrs. H. C. Mayers, &410 Auden, president. Named to serve were: Mrs. G. W. Lynch of 3815 Am- herst, hospitality; Mrs. J. C. Hern- don of 3752 Rice Boulevard, tele- phone; Mrs. Wendell H. Hamrick of 2815 Rice Boulevard, elementary room representative; Mrs. E. M. Womack of 3305 Plumb, junior high room representative; Mrs. .W. Frank Akin of 3762 Plumb, budget and finance, and Mrs. H. E. Muhl- hausen of 3117 Duke, publicity. A four-hour school of instruction for the new officers and committee chairmen to acquaint them with their duties was held Monday in Mrs. Mayers' home with Mrs. Cle- tus Brown of Bellaire as instructor. THE MOON She: "Does the moon influence the tide?" He: "I don't know, honey, but it sure influences...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 May 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 24, 1945 SAVE . . . SHOP AT Rice Blvd. Food Mkt. IN THE VILLAGE SEVEN YEARS \ III1TT Ml More Mealtime Pleasure Per Point And Penny! GRADE "A" VEAL Oven Roast ' 26c FRESHLY SLICED Calf Liver 49c "Make Delicious Hamburgers or Meat Loaf" Ground Veal u. 29c GRADE "A" VEAL Club Steaks Lb. 36c KRAFT'S VELVEETA CHEESE 2 & 69c ASSORTED SLICED COLD CUTS Lb. 29c LIBBY'S 10 Blue Points Tomato Joice -■ 10c WHITE HOUSE 10 Blue Points Apple Sauce -■ 15c BAMA PURE Peanut Butter r 19c C. II. B. APRICOTS IN HEAVY No. 2 «/z SYRUP Can 25c MICKIE'S BAKERY SPECIALS CINNAMON ROLLS Dozen 21' 8-INCH FRUIT PIES .. 39c GERBER'S Strained or Chopped Baby Food 4 c... 25c Crisco £ 24c SOAP IVORY 3e BAMA PURE Plum lam i?*i9c 17c PREMIER SOAP Prone Juice a 25c Camay 3 19c DUFF'S MIX FOR Ginger Bread Mix pt0z 15c RANCH O No. 300 style oeans <1 cans SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY—FRIDAY—SATURDAY SERVES 4 TO 6—VAN CAMP'S TENDERONI ■ 5c Mm MS, FLAVOR-FIRST FIRST OF THE SEASON U. S. No. 1 C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 May 1945

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—No. 36 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 31, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Bellaire Lions Name Officers At Charter Night Meet W. C. Gardiner was nominated as the only candidate for the presi- dency of the Bellaire Lions Club at a meeting held Friday night in the I gymnasium of the Mary Burnett School for Girls in Bellaire. The formal election will be held at a meeting in the Richmond Grill June 12. Others nominated were Julius Trauer, first Vice president"; J. L. Todd, second vice president; Fen- ton Stone, third vice president; John J. Tryling, secretary; Ray Lambert, treasurer; Ted Eglin, tail ft twister; L. O. Seerden, lion tamer, $ and P. G. Crowe and C. R. Munger, 1 new directors. The hold-over direc- tors are C. R. Ogilvie and Guy H. Gibbs. Last Friday night's meeting was the club's annual charter night, at- tended by more th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 May 1945

Page 2 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 11-6686 (Evening Phone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 31, 1945 Sounding Off About Street Signs Those of us who don't live on such well-known streets as Bellaire, University or Rice Boulevard have long since learned to prepare guests we are expecting with road maps, sketched diagrams, extra gasoline stamps and sandwiches. We are not at all perturbed when visitors due at noon call about a quarter to two from the drug store a couple of blocks away with the remark, "Say, where the hell DO you live any- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 May 1945

May 31, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 m ■ tl •j I Two Southside Firms Celebrate Birthday This week marks the anniversary of two Southside Place business houses, Hickman & Sons grocery at 3634 Bellaire Boulevard and Blasingame Drug Store at 3640 Bellaire Boulevard. Although the two firms are lo- cated in the same building and both celebrate birthdays this week, the dual observance is purely a coinci- dence, as Blasingame Drug Store, owned and operated by Homer Blasingame, was opened in 1941, and the grocery firm, operated by Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cearley, is winding up its second year. 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 WEST UNIVERSITY CHURCH OF CHRIST BASIL C. DORAN Rice at Autlcn Sis. Sends a personal invitation to you to worship at all services of the Church. Gospel preaching and congregational singing. YOU w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 May 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 31,1945 Teen-Age Barn Dance Limited To Members The advisory board of the Teen- Age Canteen for the Southwestern section met in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J, Wallace Langley, 6638 Com- munity Drive, last week. The board decided to limit at- tendance at the June 15 barn dance to members of the canteen. The June 1 meeting of the group has been cancelled. ly- Cakes For .-m Graduation Parties ~ " Large Fresh Lemon Butter Layers 59c each Cookies—All Assorted, mixed as desired 12c doz. Apple Turnovers 5c each University Pastry Shoppe Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Boze, Props. 3632 University Blvd., M. 2-0174 SIX R easons You'll Law n Chair: Weather resistant hardwood. Adjustable to three positions $A95 * Bolted ... all parts removable * Magazine rack * Choice of colors . .. enamel finish JOHNSON'S California Pottery—Gifts—China—Paintings, Etc. 6615 S. Main L. 4742 Opposite South Main Shopping Center 'Social Notes" A luncheon party was given last week by Mrs. Dean Osmun of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 May 1945

May 31,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Albert F. Campbell Funeral Services Conducted Tuesday Funeral services for Albert F. Campbell, Jr., 34, of 3103 Jarrard were held Tuesday afternoon in the drawing room of Geo. H. Lewis & Company, with Rev. J. Lawrence Plumley of St. Mark's Episcopal Church officiating. Mr. Campbell had been a resident of this section for four years and was a combustion engineer. Sur- viving are his widow, a son, David, and a daughter, Barbara Jean. The body was sent to Minneapo- lis, Minn., for burial. UNSAFE HOME SAVOY CAFETERIA AND RESTAURANT D. MITCHELL, Manager Open Every Day of ihe Week rWE FEATURE DAILY PLATE LUNCH (Meal, 2 Vegetables, Dessert—50e) T-BONE STEAKS 2529 RICE BLVD. Iladley 0066 Windows that rattle are a warn- ing you should heed, for they are depriving your home of comfort, quiet and efficiency it should have in oummcr and wintor. Get details of May weatherstripping —now used in over 10,000 Hous- ton homes. Phone for cost esti- mi.o, witho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 May 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 31, 1945 Garden Cluli Group Holds Installation The final meeting ann iuncheon of the Pemberton Group of the Garden Club of West University Painters and Paperhangers Experts available now for the bettei class work. Thousands of satisfied cus tomers. Call for free estimate. Chas. R. Olds M. 2-4347 was held recently at Golfcrest Country Club. Installation of officers for the ensuing year was conducted by Mrs. B. T. Bowlin of 3316 Tangley. Those to serve are Mrs. C. A. Diehl, 2635 Centenary, president; Mrs. C. F. Duffey, 2615 Centenary, vice- president; Mrs. W. J. Borwick, 2718 Cason, secretary, and Mrs. Robert W. Kelley, 2348 Shakespeare, treasurer. Mrs. Eugene Merten of 2804 University Boulevard was elected delegate to the council. Our Lubrication Job makes the old bus "Float Like a Carpet" E. 0. "SLIM" WILLIS HUMBLE STATION Open 7 A. M. to 10 P. M. Every Day Tires - Washing - Lubrication 30-Minute Battery Recharging 2416 University K. 3-2683 Adjoining th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 May 1945

i May 31, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 _ I * Bellaire Ladies Honor Wives Of Lions Club Officials With Tea Wives of the members of the Bel- laire Lions Club entertained with a tea Friday afternoon honoring the wives of the district cabinet in the home of Mrs. Charles Ogilvie, 4C05 Bellaire Boulevard. In the receiving line were Mrs. Ogilvie, Mrs. B. W. Lakenmacher, wife of the district governor, and Mrs. T. V. Vermillion. Assisting with serving were Mrs. J. V. Mc- UNIVERSITY SEAUTY SHOP 2511 University Hadley 1338 For Complete Beauty Service Six Experienced Operators to Serve You: • Ruth Allen • Velma Allen • Ellen Meiller • Irene Cook • Treba Chaney • Louise Fisher • FOR A TRIM FIGURE STEAM BATH & MASSAGE Goodwin, Mrs. John J. Tryling and Mrs. L. O. Seerden. The lace cloth which covered the dining table was centered with an arrangement of coral gladioli. Hy- drangeas and roses adorned the living room. Vocal solos were presented by Mrs. Mahilyne Miles, accompanied by her niece, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 May 1945

ilk I Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 31, 1945 These SPECIALS For THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY Second AnniveAAasuf. SQUARE CUT SHOULDER 25c lb 4 Points v ^ 6 Pts. CALF LIVER Lb 49c 2 POUND VELVETA 12 Pts. 69c New Red POTATOES 5 ubs. 25c Sunkist 490 Size LEMONS 17c Doz. Watermelons 3ic Lb. White or Yellow SQUASH 5c Lb. OTEP RIGHT UP, ladeez and gentlemen, for Hickman's Second An- niversary Sale, one of the grrreatest events we have ever offered. Food values that top anything you have ever seen! Prices that ring the bell every time! Why, folks, you can't afford to miss this opportunity—so step right up, and hurry, hurry, hurry, to Hickman's for the biggest value event today! The big show is about to begin! ALL-PURE SWEETENED 14-oz.Can CONDENSED 1Q- MILK WC Clorox 10 Pts. Wesson Oil 25c EXTRA LARGE INFERTILE Snow White EGGS D°z 42c 3-Lb. BOX Coconut Puffs 89c CUT-RITE (Limit 2) Waxed Paper 15c GERBER'SorCLAPP'S PSSd 4 25c LIBBY'S No. 2 10 Pts. Tomato Juice 10c SUNSWEET Prune Juice q...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 May 1945

May 31,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 J "Muscle Shoals," yelled the chap- lain as he hit his finger with a hammer. "What do you mean, Muscle Shoals ?" "That's the biggest dam in the world, isn't it?" Ottis Stahl, Jr. Commercial Photographer Serving West University and Southwestern Houston Mrs. J. H. Bohmfalk REAL ESTATE Bellaire • Westmoreland Farms 4921 Bellaire Blvd. New Shipment EXTENSION CORDS SCISSORS WIRE BASKETS PADLOCKS CHICKEN FEEDERS SILK FISHING LINES ALUMINUM PAINT CHARCOAL SPECIAL Lovely Gifts, Ilandpainted Pottery, Pitchers and Vases. Complete Line of DUPONT PAINTS • Glass Cut to Measurements Garden Tools, Seed, Bone Meal, Snarol, Peat Moss and Aluminum Sulphate. WARK HARDWARE & PLUMBING CO. 2706 Bissonnet Street Tel. Hadley 1844 To Wed Bellaire Lieutenant Announcement of the engagement of Miss Emmave Kennedy to First Lt. Clarence L. Mims, now of the United States Army Air Corps, son of Mrs. H. B. Lee of 511 South Third Street in Bellaire. has been made by her moth...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 May 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 31,1945 Failure to buy bonds helps only the enemy. War Bonds mean peace. GEIST REPAIR SHOP Export Repairing on Autos, Water Pumpfl, Appliances. Etc. 115 Sixth Street—Bellaire We're Shouting From the Roof Tops We've Moved! 310 Tuam FRED MILLER FURNITURE (0. Upholsterers Now Phone—Hartley 5434 Miss Lillell Of West University Becomes Bride Of Charles Slitter In a lovely afternoon ceremony Wednesday in the chapel of St. Paul's Metehodist Church, Miss June Aileen Littell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Littell of 3710 Nottingham, became the bride of Charles Sutter, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sutter, Sr., of Houston. Rev. Ed L. McCleskey performed the ceremony. The bride was gowned in a youthful creation styled with a white satin bodice and sweetheart neckline daintily outlined with beading. The skirt and train fell in folds of white illusion and a fin- gertip veil completed the ensemble. She carried an arm bouquet of calla lilies. Miss Sunni Campbell was mai...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 May 1945

May 31, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 W. U. Girl Scouts Usher At Patriotic Program West University girl scouts of the Intermediate and Junior High groups served as ushers at the Mil- ler Memorial Park on May 20 when the American Legion featured a "We Are Americans" program. The work of the girls was under the direction of Mrs. Allen B. Mc- Ginty of 2919 Plumb and Mrs. John Anthony of 4214 Oberlin. £ a*#"*, Remember how they looked and felt when you bought them? Their ap- pearance of newness can be revived by our unique Sanitone drycleaning which cleans the fabric clear through, and re- places materials which give new cloth its rich "hand". Regular Sani- toning promotes longer wear. CAMPUS CLEANERS 2533 rsily Blvd. 'J"lD European Cemetery Patterned After Arlington T~"" 1 - ' ?■ IN NORMANDY—Here lie America's honored dead in Europe, in the first cemetery to he constructed there for the dead of this war. Engineers survey for new graves in preparation for copying Arlington National Ce...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 May 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 31, 1945 11 c|\tl°N AT " HQ EXTRA SAYINGS FOR THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY MOTT'S Not Rationed APPLE JUICE 23c SEAFARER PINK SALMON 6 Red Points ! 21c CITRA-GOLD CALIFORNIA Not Rationed ORANGE JUICE i2 21c TEX-SUN 10 Blue Points Can GRAPEFRUIT JUICE £a Uc ADMIRATION COFFEE It 30c "FRESH OFF THE COB" 20 Blue Points Can NIBLET CORN 2 25c Fresh Jumbo Shrimp Not Rationed MARASCHINO Not Rationed Cherries SSs. 29c FIRM, RIPE, FULL-O-FLAVOR HOME GROWN Tomatoes 2^-29c VALLEY SWEET AS SUGAR Cantaloupes Each 19c TEXAS MARSH SEEDLESS Grapefruits 5 Lbs. 35c EAGLE BRAND Limit Condensed Milk 19c MAYI AIR SOUR OR Dill Pickle 23c NABISCO Shredded Wheat 2 Boxes 23c BAMA PURE Apple Jelly 2 .ir- 25c LUX TOILET SOAP 3Burs 19c MICKIE'S BAKERY .. SPECIALS.. PARKERHOUSE ROLLS Dozen 12« DANISH COFFEE CAKE Each 33c PHILLIPS DELICIOUS BEANS WITH PORK Can 10c Rationed GRADE "A" VEAL Shoulder Roast li, 26c GRADE "A" VEAL Loin Steak Lb. 33c FRESHLY SLICED Calf Liver u, 49c FRESH Groun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 June 1945

esteM- /dsnes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—No. 37 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JUNE 7, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Quotas Neared As Bond Sales Spurt In Section In contrast to the gloomy out- look for the Seventh War Loan Drive in the section presented last week in the Southwestern Times, this week's picture is much brighter with some of the sub-areas getting within striking distance of their quotas. Hugh L. Whiteside, chairman for West University Place, called on residents to put forth the final ef- fort as his "team" was straining on the 90-yard line with "goal to go." Including one large purchase of $126,000, Mr. Whiteside reported a total sale to date of $229,068.75 toward the quota of $250,000. Bellaire jumped forward with sales including a single purchase of $10,000. J. S. Spencer reported that $22,275 worth of bonds had been sold toward the city's $25...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 June 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES June 7, 1945 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside I'lace, Bellaire, Braesivood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN ETTA MARTIN LILLIAN DENTON Editor and Publisher Associate Editor Assistant Entered ; i second-class matter, October 12, 1944, at the Post Office at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription SI.00 a Year Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texa (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phone MadUon 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, JUNE 7, 1945 Bright Future Ahead The huge apartment hotel and community center project being mapped out by Glenn H. McCarthy for the southwest corner of Main and Bellaire Boulevard is just one more indi- cation of what is in store for the residents of Southwestern Houston when the war in the Pacific is won and all restric- tions on construction are lifted. This project, together with the mammoth $100,000,000 medical ce...

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