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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 July 1945

July 12,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Waste STILL The mighty task of conducting a global war would not be possible without waste paper. The newspa- per that is tossed aside thought- lessly is truly waste paper only when you waste it and head it for destruction. By the alchemy of Headquarters for HOME NEEDS PIPE & PIPE FITTINGS PIPE THREADING HARDWARE - PAINT DRY COODS & NOTIONS KELLY'S VARIETY & Hardware Store PLENTY BEER TO GO ★ Large Selection of QUALITY WHISKIES, GIN, RUMS, BRANDIES AND WINES BISSONNET PACKAGE STORE 1725 Bissonnct K. 3-11 Feed 1 em Right WITH RED CHAIN POULTRY & STOCK FEEDS ALSO GULP GAS AND OIL BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES Open Weekly 8-6:30 R. R. REAMER Rice and Cedar MadiBon 2-0172 FENDER BENDERS WISH I WAS UP THERE FLVIN AROUND. YOU'LL BROTHER' modern industry that newspaper can be transformed into boxes for food rations, ammunition, medicine or blood plasma. Because the need for waste pa- per has extended over such a long period of time there i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 July 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 12, 1945 Strickland Plans New Subdivision In Brae Burn Estates Eight lots in Brae Burn Country Club Estates, south of Bellaire, have been purchased by Miles Strickland, attorney and developer of several residential subdivisions, for a site on which eight six-room frame residences will be built. Each home will have a two-car garage and will sell for $7500. The lots are 105 by 195, or ap- proximately half an acre, and have all public utility connections with the City of Bellaire. The residences will be fronted on Pine Street, which is paved. ★ He stole a quick kiss. "Don't you know any better than that?" she demanded indignantly. And he re- plied: "Sure, but they take more time." Large Crowd Salutes New Lions Club On Charter Night MRS. J. H. Bohmfalk REAL ESTATE • Bellaire • Westmoreland Farms 4921 Bellaire Blvd. M. 2-1011 Houston, Texas Perfected Cleaning CAMPUS CLEANERS «• «! 2533 University Blvd. Jackson 2-5149 KK Charter Night, the greatest event in ...

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

July 12, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 dL? ,i77 Fingers from discarded rubber gloves make excellent guards for injured fingers. Bandage injury as usual, cut one of the fingers from the glove, and slip it over the bandage. Protects it from the dirt. Boil a cracked dish for about three-quarters of an hour in enough sweet milk to cover it. The crack in the dish will become almost invisible. That old piano stool in the attic can be painted to match the kitchen and used there as an adjustable chair. It's handy. Cut blotting paper to fit the bot- tom of the large salt shaker. This will take up the dampness, leaving the salt dry and free running. Place a small hand brush, bristle side up, in the soap dish. Keep the soap on top of the brush and when you need to use the brush it will already be full of soap. An old turkish towel is good for removing dust from upholstered furniture. Wet the towel, wring it dry, and spread over piece to be cleaned. Beat with a broomstick. Escaping dust clings...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 July 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 12,1945 A sailor had received the Con- gressional Medal of Honor. A few weeks later the Captain asked him what his wife thought of the deco- ration. "She doesn't know I got it yet, sir," the sailor replied. "If isn't my turn to write yet." Harris Gulf , . Service Station IWLrJ University Blvd. at Edloe M. 2-0131 ■'Social Notes" Miss Jo Ann Durham, accompa- nied by her mother, Mrs. Ardis Ilenry Durham, will depart today for St. Augustine, Florida, where Jo Ann will become the bride of Lt. (jg) Otis Wingo Minor on July 20. On last Thursday evening Mrs. W. J. Dawson of 2811 Lafayette honored Miss Durham with a shower. Mrs. M. S. Compton, aunt of the bride-elect, and Mrs. A. H. Durham entertained with a tea on Saturday afternoon, and last eve- ning Mrs. M. E. Durham, Sr., en- Baby Center LAYETTE, 110 ITEMS ★ FURNITURE AND CLOTHING * NURSERY ACCESSORIES • WE REM' BABY BEDS AND HIGH CIIAIBS YOUTH FURNITURE SHOPPE Jackson 2-6248 3900 Main ALL ABOUT INSULATION...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 July 1945

July 12, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 DAFFYNITIONS Rain: Something that when you take an umbrella it doesn't. Straw: Something you suck a soda through two of. Prediction: Something that when it doesn't happen is never mention- ed again. Adult: One who has stopped growing except in the middle. Panhandler: A beauty operator giving a facial. Thoughtful wife: A lady who has pork chops ready to serve when her husband comes home from a fish- ing trip. STADIUM RENT-A-BIKE pi 50c HOUR We Cater to Party Rides 6405 South Main Iladley 0526 Properly wcathcrstrlppcd windows add comfort and value to your home. ... As vginter. Each window ex- pertly refitted by our own craftsmen. Get cost estimate and details without obliga- may; 2710 Bissonnet . Madley 6778 Nights and Sunday*, Call J. 2-4708 Jlett. Cjet AccfrucurUed He must have "what it takes" to be a successful pastor, for Dr. Robert H. Bullock's congregation has grown from 40 members back in 1940 to its present strength of 275. The youthful ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 July 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 12,1945 "BETTER FOOD FOR LESS" THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and till closing at 7:30 SATURDAY GOOD IN ALL STORES CALIFORNIA, SEEDLESS GRAPES FRUIT OF THE SEASON 2- 45c ^m.TTOTTiTTm^Tliil). 3 Tomato Juice 2 19c BAKING POWDER CALUMET r 15c QUARTS PRESTO MASON JARS a- 65c HUNT'S LIBBY'S POTTED MEAT 3 2S* 16c (3 for 2 pts.) PHILLIPS PORK and BEANS 3 £„s300 25c * Ration Free * GRADE A, BEEF STEAK PORTER HOUSE 45c Per Lb. (10 pts.) ilil DELICATESSEN COUNTER lift TOBIN, SLICED Luncheon MEAT WISCONSIN, CURED, LONG SOURKRAUT 5c Per Pint Per Lb. 4Q*. (8 pts.) WC KRAFT'S AMERICAN CHEESE 8-Oz. Pk; (4 pts.) 8-Oz. Pkj . IN THE DRUG DEPARTMENT 30c SIZE SAL HEPATICA ('£?) 15c WE NEED YOUR HELP Permanent, desirable positions open in all departments for regular or part- time employment. We urge housewives and students to apply for part-time duties. Previous experience is not necessary ... we pay you while you train! 514 day week! Many worth-while employee benefits! Make your appli...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 July 1945

July 12, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Belluire Scout Troop Celebrates 4th With Court Of Honor Troop 210, Boy Scouts of Amer- ica, observed the nation's Independ- ence Day with a Court of Honor last week at the scout cabin in Bel- laire. A number of scouts were advanced in rank to both second- class and first-class, and several merit badges were awarded. The award of "Life Scout" was made to Leland Day, Jr., who is one of the patrol leaders. This is the highest rank award short of Eagle Scout, the highest attainable. Le- land Day, Sr., made the chief ad- dress at the ceremonies, including a tribute to Stacey Adams, scout- master. The troop, assisted by its Par- ents' Club, entertained with a weiner roast before the program. SOUTH MAIN Jg; COMPANY 6622 South Main St. Lehigh Plate Lunches Meat Two Vegetables Salad 45c Cold Beer and Beer To Go Bellaire Cafe C. H. NELIUS M.2-0182 Realistic Plane Models Produced By Young Enthusiast Of Southwestern Section Reproduction Of "War Birds" Pro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 July 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 12,1945 RAMBLING.... Dashing off to New Orleans to meet her husband Friday evening was Mrs. Chas. H. Cranford, who resides with her mother, Mrs. O. C. Peavy, of 3025 University. Lieu- WHY BE BOTHERED WITH Ants AND Roaches Let Us Solve Your Problem All Work Guaranteed Reasonable Prices GRAY EXTERMINATORS V. 2-1788 tenant Cranford of the Army Air Corps is returning from overseas, and he and Mrs. Cranford will journey to Birmingham for a visit with his mother before returning to this city. . . . Mrs. Morris Kilgore of 2347 Ad- dison is due home today from Methodist Hospital, where she un- derwent an emergency appendec- tomy two weeks ago. . . . Mrs. Walter J. Bennett and daughter, Barbara, of 4118 Riley have departed for Norfolk, Vir- ginia, to spend the summer with Mrs. Bennett's mother, Mrs. John Hughlett. Mr. Bennett will join them later for the return trip home. . . . Among those studying this sum- mer is Garry Dundas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. D...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 July 1945

July 12, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 July Weddings Highlight Area's Social Calendar Miss Rosemary McKinney, daugh- ter of Mrs. Charles Brown McKin- ney of 2211 Sunset Boulevard, will be married this evening to Joseph Francis Meyer III, major, United State army air forces. The cere- mony will take place at Trinity Episcopal Church. The wedding was announced at a tea Saturday afternoon given by Mrs. Walter D. Murphy at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ben W. Smith, Sr., of 2215 Sunset Boule- vard. Miss Marjorie Weiser, daughter We Sharpen and Repair LAWK MOWERS and "YARD MAN" MOWERS Washing Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and Appliances Repaired. • GEIST REPAIR SHOP *7Ae New BOBBY'S CAFE Home Cooked Meals REGULAR DINNER 45c Also Delicious Short Orders Beer Served with Meals 1723 BISSONNET H. C. WESLEY, Owner J. 2-0311 New Shipment EXTENSION CORDS SCISSORS WIRE BASKETS PADLOCKS CHICKEN FEEDERS SILK FISHING LINES ALUMINUM PAINT CHARCOAL SPECIAL Lovely Gifts, Hutiripiiiiitcnl Pottery, Pitchcrs...

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

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 12, 1945 SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY—FRIDAY—SATURDAY RanchStyleBeans3ci°°25 MISSION Sliced Peaches":2 25 [0 Folger's Coffee; 29 it CITRA-GOLD CALIFORNIA—NOT RATIONED— Orangeluice No. 2 Can 20 MICKIE'S BAKERY ...SPECIALS... Small Angel Food CAKES Chocolate Iced, ca. 31c BUTTER ROLLS no, 19c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5 Sack 25C 10 & 49c FULLY DRESSED FRYERS 61c Lb. DRESSED IN OUR MODERN NEW PLANT! FRUIT! L VEGETABLES PEPPERS FANCY HOME GROWN GREEN Lbs. 13* ARKANSAS FREESTONE ELBERTA SWEET JUICY PEACHES 2 - 15* WASHINGTON LARGE BING SWEET CHERRIES 2 - 49* GRADE "A" QUALITY VEAL Oven Roast Lb. 26* GRADE "A" QUALITY VEAL Round Steak 41* GRADE "A" QUALITY Sirloin Chops 33* GRADE "A" QUALITY Ground Veal >>. 29* FRESHLY SLICED LIVER 59* FULLY DRESSED DUCKS LONG ISLAND LB. 51* |IH> *fOR PICNICS LIBBY'S POTTED MEAT 385" 17c 3 Cans for 2 Points MAYFAIR SOUR or DILL PICKLES 12-Oz. Glasses AJv RATH'S BLACK HAWK LUNCHEON MEAT hT- 29c BAMA PEANUT BUTTER 19c Lb. Jar J&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 July 1945

estefoi /^mes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number 43 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JULY 19, 1945 5c <i Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year BURNETT CHAPEL CORNERSTONE DEDICATED Covering Up Drainage Ditch In W. University Urged By Club Wholehearted approval of the project to cover the drainage ditch in West University Place was voiced by members of the Civic Club of that city in a meeting last Thursday night. Paul T. McClain, sanitarian, made the principal address and stated that the city commission was investigating the possibility of obtaining federal funds for the project. He stated that cost of covering the ditch would be prohibitive for the city to do alone, as it would run close to a million dollars. The club passed a resolution favoring the project and offering help in getting a petition signed or lending any other possible support which would make possible the elimin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 July 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 19,1945 e~steM< times ■-Socio Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside I'lace, Beilaire, Braes wood, 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, Texa (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-668G (Evening Phone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, JULY 19, 1945 Anti-Semitism Is Anti-Christian By THE VERY REV. R AIM UNO DE OVIES, Dean, St. Philip's Episcopal Cathedral, Atlanta, Georgia. (Courtesy, The Atlanta Journal) Easily recognized, Jews can be distinguished by their physical appearance. They are short or tall, fat or thin, curly or straight haired, "hook" or snub nosed, dark or fair, and speak either with an accent or with none. One...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 July 1945

July 19, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 West University Girl To Wed Lieutenant The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Margaret Jane Orr (above), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Perry Orr of 6136 Bromp- ton Road, has been announced. She will marry Lt. Arden C. Shurlow, A. C., son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl T. Shurlow of Vassar, Michigan, July 25. Miss Orr attended San Jacinto High School and the University of Houston. State Health Of f icer Warns Against Overexposure To Sun In Vacation Time "Sunshine can be greatly bene- ficial to the average individual's health or it can cause serious ill- ness through overexposure, espe- cially in the beginning of the sum- mer season" Dr. Geo. W. Cox, State Health Officer, declared in a re- cent statement. Dr. Cox pointed out that vaca- tion enthusiasm often leads to acts of thoughtlessness which may be detrimental to health. One of the most common manifestations of this attitude is a disregard for the burning power of the sun. Despite frequent warn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 July 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 19,1945 Slater Funeral Rites Held In Long Beacli A shock to the community was the sudden death of Allen D. Slater, 36, of 2631 Carolina Way, oil engi- neer for the Petroleum Rectifying Company, who dropped dead while playing badminton at the home of a friend on Friday evening. Mr. Slater was a member of the West University Place auxiliary police force for four years and was Notice to Property Owners Of This District If you are contemplating Belling 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 almost IS years and we know this territory. 23 years in the real estate business. Houses Bought, Sold, Appraised, Repaired, Financed—Give Us a Trial. WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BUILDING & REALTY CO. Buffalo and University M. 2-2323 in charge of a recreation program for a Boy Scout troop in West Uni- versity. He had recently returned from a field trip to Venezuela. His body was...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 July 1945

July 19,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 RAMBLING.... Ensign R. A. Fisher, supply corps, U. S. Navy Reserve, left Sat- urday for San Francisco after a week's visit with his mother, Mrs. L. T. Fisher, and aunt, Mrs. Peyton Goodwin, of 2929 Lafayette. . . . Nice to have Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Faubion and their children, Michael and Annella, with us as newcomers from San Antonio. They have moved to 3507 Corondo, and Mr. Faubion is the new office manager for Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company here. . . . All excited over her trip to Mem- phis to see her son, Bobby, is Mrs. Robert Dundas of 3028 University Boulevard. She leaves today and will be back early next week. Bobby is a seaman second-class and is studying radio gunnery. . . . Lots of luck to J. M. Onstad of 3748 Carlon on his new business venture. He has just opened an office at 2510 Travis as a repre- sentative for Balsam-Wool insula- tion. . . . Leaving in a day or so for a visit in Texas City is Miss Jean Harlow, daughter of Mr. and M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 July 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 19, 1945 DISILLUSIONED "You want your hair parted ex- actly in the middle, sir?" "That's what I said, didn't I?" "Then I'll have to pull one out, sir. You only have five hairs left." FAN Fixed NOW HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP Fans. Toasters, Vacuum Cleaners and Other Appliances Repaired. Quick, Dependable Service 6117 K1KBY DRIVE Next to Bank . . ~7 Cotton blankets should be washed singly in lukewarm water and enough mild soap to make a two- inch standing suds. Rinse in sev- eral lukewarm waters. Dry in shade. Allow us to be of service for anything pertaining to REAL ESTATE Abe M. Miller £r Son REALTORS P. 6980 J. 2-6483 West University Pest Control Service LIFETIME GUARANTEE ON TERMITES. GET THE FACTS! Jackson 2-4355 GENERAL REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT Our real estate department is in position to handle all details in connection with property management. At present we have a list of prospective home owners seeking residence in Southwestern Houston and West Universit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 July 1945

July 19, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Secretary I'orrestal Sees No Prospect Of Early Jap Crack-Up Speaking of the outlook in the Pacific war, Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal told the graduat- ing- class of the U. S. Naval Acad- emy: "I should like to believe that there is in the Japanese people that 'cracking point' which we so often see discussed. I hope there is; but I am mindful of the remark of a correspondent who has been in the Pacific war at Guadalcanal, through Tarawa, I wo Jima and Okinawa, that for 39 months he had been watching for signs of what is called the 'cracking point' in the Japanese and that he hasn't seen it yet. "I expect that the Japanese will fight with increasing tenacity and fury as our power begins to con- centrate on their homeland. We have seen evidences of that fury at I wo Jima and on Okinawa. It will take the full power of the tremen- dous war potential that we have mustered in the past four years if we are to secure what I take it to be the w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 July 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 19, 1945 : 'Li FOOD FOR LESS** 6 & IFF DURING 9 A V II WEINGARTEN'S SUMMER SALE! THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY CUT-RITE 15c WAX PAPER 125-Foot Roll (Limit 1) • ... 1,V WE NEED YOUR HELP i experience is not necessary ... we pay you while you train! 5V- Many worth-while employee benefi ur application to the manacer of < ply at the personnel office, 808 Pi oyment. We urue housewives and students to apply for part-time ■ of our University Store, 2512 Univor- GOOD QUALITY PINTO REANS 17c Pounds * Ration Free * *resh creamery- butter ''or Pound ™ 45c NOW OiVI.l la points farter-Pound - ^ •Stick. (4 Points) l2t! ENRICHED FLOUR WHITE DEER 10,,„ 43c LARGE CANDLED, GRADE A FRESH EGGS DoZe„ 43c RED CROSS MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI 2 For 9c A PTE STANDARD (40 Points) TOMATOES Can2 12c SALLY ANN (20 Points) GRAPEFRUIT JUICE S?" 23c CARTON OF SIX BOTTLES PEPSI-COLA 6 For 25c STRAINED CLAPP'S BABY FOOD Carton of 12 4 fi -Ounce Cans . . . JL TASTY SPREAD (12 Points)...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 July 1945

July 19, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Rev. Malcolm Purcell Arrives To Launch New Presbyterian Church In West University Services of the new West University Presbyterian Church will be started the first Sunday in September and will be held in the Pershing Junior High School Auditorium, the Reverend Malcolm L. Purcell, pastor, says. Mr. Purcell arrived recently from Port Arthur, where he was pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian Church. The new pastor with his family is living at 3122 Georgetown, and he is busy these days calling on Presbyterians in the section. Early Education Mr. Purcell conies from a line of pioneer Texas school teachers and received a thorough grounding in elementary education from his father, who was both minister and BLASINGAME DRUG STORE AND DRUG SUPPLIES Homer Blasingame, Prop. Bellaire Blvd. at Edloe Phone M. 2-2200 New Shipment EXTENSION CORDS SCISSORS WIRE BASKETS PADLOCKS CHICKEN FEEDERS SILK FISHING LINES ALUMINUM PAINT CHARCOAL SPECIAL Lovely Gifts, I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 July 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES July 19,1945 WANTED—A place to show her wares by an antique lady with a Spanish chest and other odd things. ★ Blonde: "Is he a nice boy?" Brunette "No, dear, you'll like him." We Sharpen and Repair LAWN MOWERS and "YARD MAN" MOWERS Washing Machines Cleaners and Appliances Repaired. GEIST REPAIR SHOP 77 Willow Road Touches Heart Strings; Mystery Element Makes Good Reading If you don't mind having memo- ries of by-gone days in your life stirred up to the surface again, you'll enjoy the emotional study of a strange English family, the Careys, whom Helen Douglas-Irvine writes about in one of her latest novels, 77 Willow Road. Scheduled as a real 1945 success, 77 Willow Road has a unique style Harris Gulf Service Station University Blvd. at Edloe M. 2-0131 LET US RE-NEW YOUR CAR We Specialize in FINE AUTO PAINTING & BODY WORK SAFETY GLASS installed while you wait. SEAT COVERS—Custom made—Tailored to fit your car for comfort and appearance. WEINZEL 1125 Miia...

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