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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 June 1945

June 28, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Better Sneak lip On This One —Photo by Otti-s Stahl. The northeast corner of Cherokee and Sunset Boulevard is pictured above. It tells its own story of the traffic and health hazard involved when weeds get out of control. HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP All Household Appliances Repaired •FANS •TOASTERS •VACUUM CLEANERS, ETC. Quick, Dependable Service 6117 Kirl.y Drive Next In Hank • ! Refrcshing as pure country nir, this rcolly good facial works almost instantly to bring back petal softness, and subdue weary lines, while you enjoy the luxury of relaxation. A dash of Moniquc's Vi- brant Color Make-Up will send you back to your duties rested and beautiful. BARBARA JEAN BARBER & BEAUTY SALON 2414 University K. 3-3390 Next to Village Theatre WUP Residents Asked To Cover Garbage Cans Citizens of West Univer- sity Place are requested by their Hoard of Health and P. T. McClain, sanitarian, to keep their garbage cans cov- ered while awaiting pick-up by the gar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 June 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES June 28, 1945 SAVE ON THESE VALUES THURSDAY, | FRIDAY, and till closing £ at 7:30 | SATURDAY ~ AT WEINGARTEN'S No. 15, S5 UNIVERSITY STORE On University Boulevard Between Kirbv and % "" % SHOP IN COMFORT AT WEINGARTEN'S FOR THESE FINE GRADE A, MATURE CORN-FED BEEF STEAK /PORTERHOUSE (10 pts.) Per Pound 45c GRADE A SHOULDER CUT No Points! C LAPP'S ; STRAINED s VEAL (HOPS BABY I FOOD GRADE A, BONE IN BEEF CHUCK CHUCK ROAST Per Pound (4 Points) 26c GRADE A TENDER MEATY VEAL BREAST Per Pound (2 Points) 17c GRADE A STEAK YEAL SIRLOIN Per Pound (7 Points) 33c GRADE A (RIB CUT, 7 Points . LAMB CHOPS . . 39c) Loin Cut, Lb. (10 Points) 49c Per Pound (7 Points) ZOt # 4 3A -Oz. Cans % 25c # No Points! PHILLIPS PORK AND BEANS # % FRESH CREAMERY % Per Pound (24 Points)" Butter 45c HEMPSTEAD, RED RIPE Watermelon Per Pound ,2V2$, '/z Melon # No Points NATIONAL DISTILLED VINEGAR 25c Bag 43C No. 300 Cans For Pickling GALLON NO POINTS! ENRICHED FLOUR WHITE DEER 10 NO POINTS!...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 June 1945

June 28, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Open House Honors Guests From Virginia The home of Mrs. Clifford L. Berglund at 2903 Cason was the scene of a pretty open house re- cently when she entertained for her house guests, J. E. Boone, U. S. Navy Reserve, his wife and daugh- ter, Miss Janelle Boone, of North Arlington, Virginia. The refreshment board was cen- tered with an arrangement of blue- bells and pink gladioli, flanked by gleaming tapers held by crystal candelabra. Presiding over the silver service was Mrs. Jackie Greer, and Miss Alma Freedman served from a crystal punch bowl. The honorees and hostess formed the receiving line and greeted some 50 guests during the evening. The Boones returned to their home Friday evening. • ★ The Wisteria vine has been known to grow as much as 13 inches in one day! !— The confectionary industry uses more than 100,000 tons of shelled peanuts annually. MRS. J. H. Bohmfalk REAL ESTATE • Bcllaire • Westmoreland Farms 4921 Bellnire Blvd. M. 2-1011 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 June 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES June 28, 1945 University Slnt«> Bank Adds Employees Lenode Goldston, executive vice president of the University Stute WOLF'S WEEKLY SPECIAL SOUTHGATEBUNGALOW Completely Furnished ;ractive brick bungalow on w> )eautifully de- ivith bitr utility LET US SELL YOUR REAL ESTATE We have operated for nearly twenty years exclusively in the Southwest Section and are thoroughly familiar with property values, are members of the National. State and Houston Real Estate Boards, experienced and reliable. 7 Courteous Salesmen WE GET RESULTS! Jno. E. Wolf Realty Co. Bank, announces the appointment of two new employees. Mrs. Mary Ellen Lansdowne, who has had a number of years' experience in banking and department store work in Houston, is a new teller for the bank. Miss Marjorie E. Ileisey of 6350 Rutgers has just taken over the position of vault custodian. ★ Overseas Troops Choose Numbers For Sunday Radio Program A special broadcast concert made up of requests from tr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 June 1945

June 28, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Marie Carpentier Leaves For New York To Wed Lieutenant Miss Marie Carpentier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Carpen- tier of 6125 Kirby Drive, will leave today for New York City to meet her fiance, First Lt. A1 R. Colan- gel, Jr. They will be married there and then journey to Tampa, Flor- ida, where Lieutenant Colangel has been ordered to report as an in- structor. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Colangel of New York City. The prospective bridegroom has been serving in Italy for the past 20 months and won the Presidential Citation while on duty there. Little dog, looking up at a park- ing meter: "Hell! Ya' gotta pay now." Thursday—Friday—Saturday "THUNDERHEAD" With Roddy McDowall—Preston Font Also Sam Squirrel Cartoon Robert Benchley Short Sat. Matinee Only: "Great Alaskan Mystery" Southampton Home Gets New Owners Sunday and Monday Claudette Colbert—Fred Mac-Mum in "PRACTICALLY YOURS" Also Puppetoon—New j "HERE COME THE CO-EDS" Also "ON...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 June 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES June 28, 1945 WeN,C/"G '//t/u in/fi^////// ///. VlCNIC^O PICNIC Specials FIVE BIG DAYS-SAYINGS THURSDAY THRU TUESDAY JUNE 28TH JULY 3RD 'SPEND WHERE IT COUNTS/" "FOOD COMES FIRST" MICKIE'S BAKERY SPECIALS ASSORTED COOKIES 15c Doz. CINNAMON ROLLS 19c Doz. [fejfAD '-ffi GRADE"A"VEAL Oven Roast 26c GRADE"A"VEAL Sirloin Steak 33c GRADE"A"VEAL Round Roast - 41c GRADE"A"VEAL Rib Chops i v 36c BEEF Barbecue 79c &eliciou5 Low Point Moats 29c MEATS IN OUR MARKET ONLY OF FINEST QUALITY SOLD AT CEILING PRICES BAMA PEANUT BUTTER r 19c LIBBY'S POTTED MEAT 2 11c BEANS s? 3 25c CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE Lb. Jar 29c R-C Tomato Juice 2 £«■ 17c MISSION Peaches No. 2/2 Can 25c SUNSWEET Piune Juice Quart Bottle 25c MAYFAIR SOUR OR Dill Pickles 12-Oz. Jar 23c Cheeiioats 2 Boxes 23C READY-TO-EAT CEREAL KIX 2- 23c MEXICAN SUGAR LOAF LARGE SIZE PINEAPPLES ROCKY FORD SWEET-AS-SUGAR CANTALOUPES 2u, 15c CALIFORNIA LARGE SIZE BING Lb. 27c RICE BLVD. rOOD MARKET Quality Foods at ...

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

e'sfetot /unes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number 41 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JULY 5, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Volunteers Wind Up Bond Drive In "Blaze Of Glory" The Southwestern section ended its participation in the Seventh War Loan Drive with the three cities substantially over their quotas and with the Houston part of the sec- tion, which was not working quota basis, turning in excellent reports. Southside Place almost tripled its assigned quota of $20,000 by selling $59,855 worth of bonds. Mrs. Earl E. Watson was chairman. J. S. Spencer of Bellaire turned in a final report of $52,525 to more than double that city's $25,000 quota. The West University Place drive, led by Hugh L. Whiteside, accounted for sales of $311,007; the quota was $250,000. The Roberts School area, under the leadership of Mrs. Morris Kilgore, sold 376.60 worth of bonds. The P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 July 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 SI.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, JULY 5, 1945 Tin Salvage Vital For Next Two Years The Japs still have possession of tin mines which were the source of 90 per cent of the United States' tin before the war, and it will take 18 months to two years to put the mines back into use once they are recaptured. So, America's kitchens still remain the best tin mines our country has. It is vital that tin can salvage be continued and every possible can reclaimed for the detinning factory. Hal E...

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

July 5, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Phillip Zimmerman, West University Youngster, Has Own "Little Theatre" With Marionette Shoiv i ¥ Phillip Zimmerman of 3809 Marlowe poses with the Duchess, one of his marionette stars. At the right are shown Lucifer and Liza Lee Retting ready to go into their act. Each Of Thirteen Performers Has Its Own Personality Believe it or not, Thespians are in for some real competition should marionettes ever come into their own on the stage. An audi- ence before a marionette show is never disappointed, always enter- tained and ever cheerful. And, what group of Thespians wouldn't give a BANKING HOURS DO NOT LIMIT THE USE OF N. C. B. TRAVELERS CHECKS Travelers Checks of The National City Bank of New York can be converted into cash at any hour of day or night and on holidays— because it isn't nec- essary to go to a bank to cash them. They are readily ac- cepted in payment by railroads, steam- ship companies, hotels and mer- chants everywhere. They are the s...

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

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 5, 1945 Section Residents Honor Bride-Elect A kitchen shower complimenting Miss Caroline Kemp, prospective PROPERTY OWNERS - - ATTENTION! For Prompt unci 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 Perfected Cleaning CAMPUS CLEANERS bride of Pfc. Lloyd J. Gregory, J was given last Thursday by Mi VV. R. Hammann of 3712 Darcus and Mrs. Roy H. Phillips of 3742 Georgetown. The refreshment board was cen- tered with a pretty arrangement of white bridal blossoms held in a crystal bowl. Mrs. R. E. Kemp and Mrs. Lloyd J. Gregory, mothers of the be- trothed couple, were included in the personnel. Jo Ann Durham Sets July 20 For Wedding The date of the marriage of Miss Jo Ann Durham, daughter of M and Mrs. Ardis Henry Durham of 3742 Tangley, to Lt. (jg) Otis Wingo Minor, United States Naval Reserve, has been set for July 20 in St. Augustine, Florida. ...

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

July 5, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 6 Art Museum Features "Oil In Water Colors" A rare display of water colors will go on exhibit at the Houston Museum of Fine Arts on July 15, when the Standard Oil Company's collection entitled, "Oil in Water Color," will be shown. It is through the efforts of the Humble Oil and Refining Company that this fine collection of 42 water colors done by five leading artists of the country is brought here. The series represents the story of oil during war-time, including refinery details, loading of oil for battle theatres, transportation to the front lines by plane, and final- ly to the delivery of oil while under attack. Several of the group have appeared in Life Magazine. The artists who contributed to the collection are Adolph Dehn, Reginald Marsh, Millard Sheetf, David Fredenthal and William Schwartz, all nationally known. "Qil in Water Colors" will be shown on the second floor Exhibi- tion Gallery of the museum and will be open to the public until ...

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

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 5, 1945 Miss Eloise Kartell Becomes Bride Of Corporal Schreiner In Friday Rites In a twilight ceremony Friday evening at the Second Baptist Church, Miss Eloise Kadell, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. ,T. S. Sowar of 2410 Sunset Boulevard, became the bride of Cpl. Robert Todd Schrei- ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Schreiner of Dallas. Dr. F. B. Thorn read the service. PREPARE FOR POWDER Prepare your face for pow- der and other make-up by, first, having a perfect cling- ing surface that will perpet- uate your facial scheme for hours. Lentheric'a Soft-Focus Make-Up Bases (Liquid or Cream) Each—$1.00 plus tax Peterson's Pharmacy The Village Keystone 3-3646 The altar enhanced the arrange- ments of white blossoms tied with delicate bows of white maline and gleaming candles were placed at vantage points. The bride was gowned in a model with jewel-length sleeves and an elongated bodice of white rosepoint lace. The bouffant skirt of marqui- sette was fashioned w...

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

July 5, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 RAMBLING.... Good tidings have been received by Mr. and Mrs. John F. Carpen- tier of 6125 Kirby Drive from their son, Frank Carpentier, pharmacist mate, United States Navy, who is recuperating in a hospital Hawaii. He has been wounded thr times and has participated in the major campaigns of the Pacific, but will be returned to his home as quickly as possible for complete convalescence. This will be his first visit home in three years. . . . Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Zimmerman of Windows that rattle are a warn* in? you Bhould heed, for they are depriving: your home of comfort, quiet and efficiency it Bhould have in summer and winter. Get details of May weatherstripping —now used in over 10,000 Hous- ton homes. Phone for cost esti- mate, without obligation. onnet « Hadley 6778 I Sundays. Call J. 2-4708 5817 Fordham announce the birth of a son, James Richard Zimmer- man, born in Waco on June 26. Mother and son are doing well. . . . Nice to see Miss Betty...

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

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 5, 1945 FOOD FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY and till closing at 7:30 SATURDAY} WEINGS^SNo.15> UNIVERSITY STORE On University Blvd. Between Kirby and Kelvin Drive LIBBY'S, HUNT'S and other Standard Brands GOOI) IN ALL STORES Tomato Juice No. 2 Cans "fflf M$ (2 For 10 Pts.) JL | * RATH 10 Lbs. ENRICHED FLOUR PILLSBURY'S BLUE LAKE CUT * RATION FREE * BLUE LABEL 47c I DICED BEETS 2S,°i,25c COMSTOCK, SLICED GREEN BEANS 2 }??..,25c | PIE APPLES (W 5.303 19c * RATION FREE * JACK SPRATT TURNIP GREENS 2S„s2 GRADE A, SIRLOIN VEAL STEAK 3lc HUNT'S 17c| PRUNE PLUMS («,**) CORN-FED BEEF STEAK No. 2Vi Can Per Lb. (7 Pis.) GRADE A, BEEF CHUCK ROAST &&> 25c FRESH (4 pis.) GROUND VEAL 27c GRADE A, VEAI. SHOULDER CHOPS ft1"80 35c GRADE A, VEAL SHOULDER ROAST 24c .#v CALIFORNIA % ^■45 PER POUND (10 POINTS) HEMPSTEAD RED RIPE H Potatoes % | | WATERMELONS ■55 -I lbS. #40 ^ /Ice Cold \ Each ( Zi Melon \ I V V, 84c / Average 28-30 Lbs. ^ 10c Extra / 2 Lbs. 15c ^ SWIFTS P...

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

July 5, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Million Gallons Of Water Used Daily In West University Modern Plant Delivers A Ton Of "Aqua Pura" For a Niekle, Serves 3700 Homes By R. B. ALLEN, City Engineer, West University Place Supplying water to the 3700 homes in West University Place, in which approximately 13,000 people reside, is a full- time job for the people charged with the responsibility of pro- ducing and distributing over one million gallons of water a day. This water must be safe to drink, suitable for domestic purposes, such as cooking, washing, sprinkling lawns and irri- gating gardens. It must not be injurious to hot water heaters and it must be available in sufficient quantities to extinguish fires. It is also the medium by which wastes are carried away, thereby rendering in- valuable service as a sanita- tion agent. The production and distribution MRS. J. H. Bohmfalk REAL ESTATE • Bcllaire • Westmoreland Farms 4921 Bellaire Blvd. M. 2-1011 Houston, Texas of water which wi...

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

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 6, 1945 Million Callous— (Continued from Page 9) cases this is due to exhausting un- derground supplies. In coastal areas such as New Jersey and Florida the lowering of the water table has resulted in salt water in- Notice Home Owners Material available ft home repairs. Ex) know how. Call foi Chas. R. Olds M. 2-4347 Notice to Property Owners Of This District contemplating selling yoi at this location foi we know thl* terr! property. We have been ra and in the 13 years •y. 23 ye business. Houses Bought, Sold, Appraised, Repaired, Financed—Give Us a TrlaL WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BUILDING & REALTY CO. Buffalo and University M. 2-2323 trusion. These conditions lead au- thorities to state that in the future much more dependence will be placed on surface supplies and that our rivers will have to be dammed and the water conserved for domes- tic, industrial and irrigation pur- poses. In West University no difficul- ties have been experienced with lowering w...

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

July 5, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Section Residents Hear Of Brother's Death In Mindanao Word has been received by Mrs. H. A. Birkelbach and Miss Verna Nagel of 3130 Albans that their brother, S/Sgt. Ryo Nagel, 29, was killed in action May 31 on Min- danao. He entered the service in February, 1942, and had served 36 months overseas, having taken part in the invasions of New Guinea, Leyte and Lingayen Gulf. Sergeant Nagel wore the Combat Infantryman's Badge, a Presiden- tial Unit Citation and the Soldier's Medal for Bravery. Slated for dis- charge, he was to be married to Miss Margaret Rogers of Washing- ton, D. C. ^ ■ AERIAL GROCERS In the week before V-E Day, American, British and Canadian pilots flying over Western Holland opend their bomb-bay doors to loose tons of food to starving Nether- landers. •— ★ One difference between death and taxes is that death doesn't get worse with each new Congress. Headquarters for HOME NEEDS PIPE <X PIPE FITTINGS PIPE THREADING HARDWARE - ...

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

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 5, 1945 « «or Three Big Days - Thursday - Friday - Saturday MONTEREY BRAND—CONCORD Grape Juice Punch li 25c PHILLIPS DELICIOUS PORK & BEANS £*.10c Rationed Fully Diessed FRYERS ^ 59c "Diessed Fiesh in oar New Plant" GRADE "A* QUALITY VEAL Rib Chops 36c GRADE "A" QUALITY VEAL SQUARE CUT Shoulder Roast 26c GRADE "A" QUALITY Sirloin Steal k 33c GRADE "A" QUALITY Ground VCCl] 1 u 29c GRADE "A" QUALITY ca>< Tongues 28c veliciou3 Low Point Moats Lb. 29c MICKIE'S BAKERY — SPECIALS — PARKERHOUSE ROLLS Dozen 12C SMALL ANGEL FOOD f 1 |#C Iced Chocolate IAI\C or White jll CHEF BOY-AR-DEE Spaghetti Dinner 29c ADMIRATION COFFEE Lb. Jar 29c EVAPORATED MILK PET Tall Cans 35c R. C. Tomato Juice 2 17c BLUE LABEL SYRUP KARO Size l/t Bottle 15c MARASCHINO—IN HEAVY SYRUP CHERRIES 8-Oz. Bottle 29c 11 MM iff FIXINGS4 BLUE BONNET SALAD DRESSING Pint Jar 21c C. & E. PURE GRAPE JELLY 16-Oz. Jar 21c "BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS" WHEATIES 8-Oz. Boxes 19c EXQUISITE FANC...

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

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number 42 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JULY 12, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Swimming Pool And Playground Planned In Bellaire A civic playground project for Bellaire, which will include a swim ming pool, picnic grounds and play ground equipment, was adopted by the directors of the Bellaire Lions Club as one of the organization's big activities of the year at a meet- ing last Friday night. Details for the plan have not been revealed as yet, but the Lions Club will do everything in its power to cooper- ate and make the park a reality at the earliest possible time, accord ing to W. C. Gardiner, new presi- dent. J. L. Todd will serve chairman of the park committee for the Lions. The three vice presidents, Jul Trauer, Fenton Stone and I Todd, were appointed as members of the program committee for the coming year. C. R. "Rus" Munger Gu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 July 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 Kates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, JULY 12,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 12, 1945 THE ROAD TO TOKYO 'RUNS THRU MAIN ST., USA t The road to Tokyo runs through Main Street, U. S. A., and through every city and hamlet of the nation. The winning of a modern war takes more than heroism, marksmanship, am- munition and other tangible assets of military powers. It takes ceaseless effort on the part of millions of unassuming loyal people who neither expect nor seek any reward save the knowledge ...

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