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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 January 1946

January 3, 1046 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page ft Twelve War Vets Work At Harold's vhich kidding that goes on about ] branch of the service "won the war" does not interfere with over- hauling that motor or adjusting those points. It just adds a little flavor to the everyday job of mak- ing a living. Don't whine. It does nyway; besides it sours 10 good, the one who makes it a practice. No one ever loved a whiner. Don't borrow trouble. By borrow- ing trouble you obligate yourself to pay it back -and who wants what one already has? Don't flinch under adversity. Keep your chin up. Look straight ahead. If, for some reason you go down—get up again. J. P. HUFF now operating as Huff Insurance Agency Accident Aircraft Annuities Automobile Fire Hospitalization Liability Life Motor Boats Plate Glass Residence Theft Store-keeper's Robbery Surety Bonds Windstorm "Be Sure . . . Insure" 3406 Albans Madison 2-5215 All of the employees of Harold's Garape except one are I or II. In the back row (left to rig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 January 1946

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 3, 1946 Qei Ar/jiuustted It's wonderful to have a dream realized, especially if it i:. a dream that has persisted for 16 long years. Recently Miss Zelpha Shu- mate, now assistant principal of Pershing Junior High and West University Elementary schools, had that satisfaction. During all of the 30 years that she was principal of fyoA OoeA *7uj6nly tyu* Ifl&AA 1920 1946 the Theodore Roosevelt Elemen- tary School on the north side, Miss Shumate longed for a library for the school. But it was after she left to corne to the local school that the dream became a reality. Library Dedicated Recently dedicated and named the Zelpha Shumate Library, the collection is a memorial to her long and faithful service as principal of the school. Present-day pupils, ex- students, members of the Parent- Teacher Association and residents and merchants in the neighborhood of Roosevelt School contributed pennies, nickels and dollars to raise the $2500 which they put into...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 January 1946

January 3, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Crime thrives more and more as the land becomes poorer and poorer. + Our feathered friends are friends of our land. 740 Your C.B.S. Station ^ ^ ' -—p HLllIr^OO Some chopped olives and sweet or sour pickles added to cole slaw gives an interesting new flavor. Three tablespoons of light mo- lasses substituted for three table- spoons of the liquid used in rwak- HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP Start the New Year Might. Let us Repair your Electrk* Appliances Now. Expert Repairing of • HEATING PADS •VACUUM CLEANERS • TOASTERS • WAFFLE IRONS ETC. Dependable Service 6117 Kirby Drive Next to Bank BUSINESS MEN'S BIBLE CLASS OF WEST UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH AUDEN AT AMHERST Extends to all men an invitation to worship with ns. A friendly welcome awaits you, 9:45 A. M.—Sunday School 11 :()0 A. M.—Morning Worship 6:15 P. M.—Training Union 7:15 P.M.—Evening Worship Rny V. Mayfield Pastor and Bible Class Teacher ing bread pudding will add much to the flavor of the puddi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 January 1946

3 c Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 3, 1946 Lutheran Church Announces New Sunday School A Sunday School wll he started at the Christ the King Evangelical Lutheran Church, worshipping; at the Roberts School, Greenbriar and Addison, Sunday, according to Rev. Kenneth C. Larsfon, pastor. Plans have been made for classes for all ages from three years up. Opening services will be at 9:45 a. m. and Divine Worship at 11:00 a. m. Mrs. Vincent DeFoy, 2004 Bis- sonnet, has been elected general superintendent of the newly organ- ized Sunday School. She will be as- sisted by a competent taff of teachers, Reverend Larson said. "Since the earliest beginnings, the Lutheran Church has placed much emphasis upon parish educa- tion," Reverend Larson continued. "The church offers its services to the home and to the community in meeting this challenge and respon- sibility." Joseph H. Graiiman Buried Here Sunday Funeral services for Joseph H. Grauman, 79, of 2047 Dryden were held Sunday afteaioon in the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 January 1946

} c January 3, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 That is our contribution towards our Nation's fight against INFLATION. When you our stores you are sure of: SOUTHERN COMFORT 100 Proof Liqueur 3.25 PINT ^ 25 FIF™ A Favorite of Discriminating Hosts and Hostesses Everywhere • WIDE VARIETY OF NATIONALLY ADVER- TISED BRANDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS • INTELLIGENT SUGGESTIONS WHEN CALLED FOR •FAIR AND REASONABLE PRICES ON YOUR "GOOD SPIRITS" AT ALL TIMES •COURTEOUS SERVICE TO EVERY CUSTOMER SUNNYLAND SELECT PURE GRAPE FULLY AGED CALIFORNIA SWEET WINES CHOICE OF PORT SHERRY MUSCATEL All 20% Alcohol Fifth f HALF GALLON .65 1.58 2.98 CALIFORNIA SHERRY WW BOTTLED AT THE WINERY IN CALIFORNIA ALTA DE LUXE RESERVE SWEET WINES 20% Alcohol by Volume CHOICE OF MUSCATEL SHERRY FULL PORT FIFTH De LUXE RESeutf Popular Whiskies BROWN FORMAN'S KING, 86 Proof G. & B. BLACK LABEL, 86 Proof FIFTH LANSDOWNE RESERVE, 86 Proof FIFTH HUNTER, 92 Proof. An Outstanding Blend FIFTH HARWOOD'S, 90.4 Proof. Canadian Blen...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 January 1946

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 3, 1946 Young People Of St. Mark's Church Eu joy Festivities Holiday activities for the Young Peoples Service League of St. Mark's Episcopal Church began Christmas Eve when the group went caroling to the homes of the sick of the parish. This was fol- lowed with a snack at the home of Alice Spafford before the members Doctors Recommend .. Fresh Drugs Compounded Accurately For Your Prescriptions BEN LAWS PHARMACY 3644 University M. 2-2336 went to the Christmas Eve candle- light service at the church. A party was given for the group on Christmas Day by Miggie Rig- gles, vice president, and on New Year's Eve a party was given by Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Burdsal, two j of the counselors of the league. | Egbert Womach, president, and Patsy Turrentine, program chair- man, are working with Lawrence Gillingham, a former counselor who has returned after four years in the Navy, on plans for a candle- light service to be held in the church on Epiphany, this Sunday. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 January 1946

January 3, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 « RAMBLING.... Welcome home to Phil Blanco, back after serving 27 months in the Southwest Pacific with the Sea- bees. He and Mrs. Blanco are now in their home at 3783 Tangley. . . . Leaving next Sunday for a trip to New Orleans, Memphis and Chi- cago are Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Birn- baum of 2927 University Boule- vard. They will be gone about two weeks. . . . Julius Traue" of Bellaire return- ed Friday after a short business trip to Galveston. . . . Earl W. Foell of 3119 Rice Bou- levard, a mid-term graduate of Lamar High School, is entering Principia College at Elsah, Illi- nois, today. . . . Irven L. Grant and his son, Ir- ven, Jr., moved last week from 2413 Southgate to a new home at 5315 Brae Burn Drive. . . . We're glad to leam that Mrs. S. D. Jackman, Jr., of 4021 Amherst is almost fully recovered from a recent operation. . . . Having a lot of fun playing with that three-months-old sister, Jane Ellen, are B. J. Henderson, 15, and Marcus, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 January 1946

Hage 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 3, 194G W. University Lions Plan Minslrel Show A board of directors meeting: will be held tonight by the West Uni- versity Lions Club along with the regular stag night meeting. The organization will meet at 7:30 at Bill Williams. Among subjects to be brought up and acted upon by the board will be the possibility of contract- ing with Louis Quoyser to direct, for a $250 fee, the minstrel show contemplated by the group. Pub- licity for the show will also be dis- cussed, according to Dr. Wm. Frank Cole, president. The organization is currently engaged in a membership drive in honor of the Lions international president, Melvin Jones. A report by the two drive captains, J. P. Huff and E. 0. Willis, will be made. SAVOY Cafeteria and Restaurant featuring GOOD FOOD AND SERVICE • DAILY PLATE LDNCII Meat, 2 Vegetable*, Dessert . . 50c EVENING MEALS Enjoy one of our CHOICE STEAKS Open Every Day 7 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. Close Sunday at 3 P.M. D. MITCHELL, Mgr. 2529...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 January 1946

January 3, 194G SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 * 0 > • ♦ > • 1 • !• ') >• Olson Brothers— (Continued from Page 1) hanced by a curved protective over- hang similar to the River Oaks Shopping Center. Vitrolite glass doors will be used throughout. Varied Businesses Among the firms to be housed in the buildings, according to infor- mation released by the Olson Brothers this week, are a sandwich shop, shoe store, infants' wear shop, men's store, sporting goods and an electrical appliance shop. The firms, leasing the space will be only first-class establishments, the Olson Brothers advised, and the en- tire project will be a valuable asset in helping make The Village one of the outstanding shopping centers in the South, they said. Additional Buildings Construction of these two build- ings is the forerunner of two addi- tional huge store building projects they are planning in The Village, the Olson Brothers stated. One will adjoin the building on Kirby and Times and will extend 1G7 fe...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 January 1946

♦ «• Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 3, 194G REG'LAR FELLERS—Man of Letters By GENE BYRNES - I E.T TWO BIG PLATES OF ALPHABET LUNCH just a i'm goin' \ minute out now ) pinhead1 mom! DID YOU REMEMBER. TO TAKE YOUR VITAMIN PILLS 9 NEED TODAY mom II >l|ht r.Mn.d SOMEBODY'S STENOG—The New Approach * that fellow looks like a - wide awake chap - i bet he'll sell lots of e. <; you look like an up amd - , i'coming young maw to me' f-'l I'll give vou some hints {?' ■/ on how to sell our v stuff before 1 send you out to my CUSTOMERS yeah- im glad the bos hired him J th'maim thing is to get BELOW TH' SURFACE of the man-that always pleases him! etc etc.— SAY THERE/ MR. JONES" *P>$L*S UT£R. WATCH REPAIRING JEWELRY R. J. FURBY 2429 llniv. Blvd. H. 7539 In Taylor's Book Shop Garden Groups Plan Meetings For Next Week Three groups of the Garden Club of West University will hold meet- THINK: You can save from 10% to 40% on Home - Auto - Business Insurance ★ Before you renew or purchase Ga...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 January 1946

January 3, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 Southampton Garden Club Meets Next Week The Southampton Garden Club will hold its regular meeting next Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at the home of Mrs. B. E. Burgess of 2136 Bissonnet. Mrs. G. A. Alvaset will be the guest speaker, and she has chosen as her topic "Azaleas and Camel- lias.". Members are asked to note that there has been a change of hostesses for this meeting. £ Texas has more than 800 species of birds and feeds most of the con- tinent's ducks and geese during the winter. Bonnie Jo Farrish Antiques Special Sale FURNITURE, BRIC-A-BRAC MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 3435 Bellaire Blvd. Madison 2-3292 Notice to Property Owners Of This District r yon are contemplating: selling: yoai ome or lots get in touch with us at nee as we can give you the market property. We have been real estate business. Houses Bought. Sold, Appraised, Repaired, Financed—Give Us a Trial. WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BUILDING & REALTY CO. Buffalo and University M. 2-23...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 3 January 1946

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 3, 1946 IIUiY BIG SAVINGS SUN VAOH fell Thursday- Friday- Saturday GOLD M ED AC Flour 10 Sack 47c BAKED IN OUR OWN PLANT CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS 10c ASSORTED FRUIT PIES Each 35c PARKERHOUSE ROLLS 15c TOP tUALIJ DRESSED FRESH IN OUR MODERN PLANT FRYERS Lb. 55c I HENS i„ 47c Lb. Full Dressed Lb. Full Dressed GRADE "A" QUALITY Oven Roast ..... 26c GRADE "A" QUALITY Sirloin Steak > 33c PURE PORK Pan Sausage ■. 33c WEINERS 31c GRADE "A" QUALITY Short Ribs > 18c SHOP AT OUR COMPLETE STORE-WITH NEW MODERN BAKERY-MODERN POULTRY PLANT ALL TOP QUALITY MEAT AND PRODUCE UNCLE WILLIAM FANCY PEAS 16c ROSEDALE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN COR 2k 25c LIBBY'S FANCY Fruit Cocktail No. 2/i Can 32c yCDlX-Rl||Cn ^ 'r^LIBBW^4- / TISSUE TONGUE \ > Ron > > SPREAD ^ > _ \ GOLD COAST PEACH > Can \ Preseives Ja,0,-29c MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE ];br 31c Save on WRESH PRODUCE CALIFORNIA ICEBERG Lettuce 2 - 19c LIBBY'S CUT BEETS £„2 14c CITRA-GOLD ORANGE JUICE Skc 48c ALL BRANDS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 2—Number 16 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 10, 1946 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Mediated Merger Best Solution To Annexation Fight 'f""K IH Qo A"hi /( tBELLA/RE \r This is the cartoonist's conception of some of the reaction expressed by the Houston papers and numerous local residents to West University's annexation ordinances. St. Mark's Church To Hold Annual Meeting Monday Members of St. Mark's Episcopal Church will hold their annual par- ish meeting at 7 p. m. Monday. The Rev. J. Lawrence Plumley, rector, stated that among the reports to be presented will be one by the building committee which is plan- ning a new educational building. It is hoped that construction can be started in February, he said. Mem- bers of the committee are Preston Plumb, chairman, W. B. Grove and J. Walter Kilpatrick. Four new vestrymen will be elected t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

Page 2 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellafre, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor GUS BARKOW Staff Photographer 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 Times Boulevard, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 10, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 10,194G Mediated Merger Best Solution- (Continued from Page 1) annexation have evidenced their beliefs that a merger of the entire area would be beneficial. A central guiding light could insure uniformity in streets, street markers, sidewalks, building codes and restrictions, as well as adequate street lighting, parks, sanitation facilities, transportation, drainage, police and fire protection, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

January 10, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Man (And Woman) On The Street Speaks His Mind About Annexation Surprise Action Provides Subject Which Creates More Talk Than Weather Expressions all the way from vehement objections to frank ap- proval were voiced when your wan- dering reporter made a jaunt through the section last week-end to get the opinions of the man and woman on the street to West Uni- versity Place's recent move to an- nex Bellaire and Southside Place. Several of those who approved, however, particularly residents of Bellaire, asked that their names be withheld, some for business reasons and others because they possibly fear the wrath of their fellow citi- zens. Thinks They're Crazy While one resident of Bellaire said, "We would know how to take care of the West University com- missioners if they would just come out here," and a Southside woman said, "I think they're crazy," the tone of comments in general indi- cated that the people of the entire section are taking a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 10,1946 MARGARET 1.. SWEITZER Trees add to the beauty of the home and the grounds and to the value of the property. We should have more and better trees around our homes and in parks, along highways and in other public grounds. There is all the difference in the world between a treeless street and one that is lined with trees. The former is bare looking and uninviting. The latter is cool, BELLAIRE CAFE for good food Plate Lunches Meat _ Two Vegetables Salad COLD BEER AND BEER TO GO C. H. Nelius, Prop. M. 2-0182 shady—definitely more inviting. Our treeless sections would be vast- ly improved if we all became tree- conscious and started planting. Live oaks are the most popular shade tree in the South because they are evergreen and because they make such a shapely tree. The Chinese Tallow has become very popular because it grows so quick- ly and easily. It has attractive autumn coloring, and the white tal- low berries make it attractive even when the l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

January 10, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kelley, Jr., of 2348 Shakespeare were her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weldert of Waco. Leaving today after visiting her son and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Plumley, for sev- eral weeks is Mrs. Nellie G. Plum- ley of Washington, D. C. The Plumleys live at 3728 Rice Boule- vard. Hosts for a pinochle party Fri- day night were Mr. and Mrs. Neil Moore of 2707 Tangley. There were two tables. Harry Hageney, Jr., of 3009 Plumb entertained with a New Year's Eve party for Callery Fan- dal, a student of Lorras College in Dubuque, Iowa, and other friends. Among the pleasant hospitalities during the holiday season was a party given by Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Barlow of 4505 Magnolia in Bel- laire. The children of the neigh- borhood were entertained in the afternoon and the adults in the eve- ning. Recent house gue6ts in the home were Mrs. Florence Kelly of New York and Miss Marie Chauvin of New O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 10, 1946 Two Garden Groups Hold Meets Next Week Members of the Mimosa Group of the Garden Club of West Uni- versity will meet at 10 a. m. Wed- nesday in the home of Mrs. G. E. Read, 4039 Byron. Mrs. S. E. Ber- ing will speak on "Vegetables for Victory Gardens." Flower arrange- ments using dried materials will be displayed. The Pemberton Group will meet at 10:30 a. m. next Thursday in the home of Mrs. Robert W. Kelley, 2525 Sheridan. Mrs. A. A. Meister will review the book, "Gardeners and Other Pests." Tie-Backs Effective For Curtains When They're Used To Give Window Light By ELIZABETH MacRAE BOYKIN A good pair of curtains looped up with a big knot to get them out of the way is enough to make a woman see red, white and blue. But on behalf of the men who knot them up that way—and there are lots of men you can't break of the habit—here are some of the miti- gating circumstances: Curtains that obstruct views, get in the way and otherwise flutter around ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

January 10, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Map Shows Area In Annexation Fight WBgCMElMiB wp W. ALABAMA 'X ~±J BISSONETT 0EILAI BSLuAIRE '/ The above map shows the area annexed on New Year's Eve in a sur- prise move by the West University Place City Commission. Bellaire and Southside Place, the two incorporated cities included in the terri- tory, are fighting the annexation through court action. Upon the validity of the annexation of Bellaire hinges the future of the rest of the vast acreage depicted on the map. Bigger Chickens Promised—We'll Take Ours Now Leading poultry scientists have drawn a blueprint of the chicken of tomorrow, but we prefer our chicken today. Only the Mexicans want to wait until tomorrow. This tomorrow's chicken will have 10 per cent more meat than the chick- en of today, declare these chicken architects. Today's chicken has plenty of meat for us, provided we get the pullybone, which a half spring chicken never has. The COCA (committee of chick- en architects) ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 January 1946

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 10, 1946 West University Lions Set Plans To Hold Minstrel Directors of the West Univer- sity Lions Club last Thursday night entered into a contract with Louis Quoyser to direct the minstrel show which will be presented by the group late in February or early in March. Members of the club will LOEW'S Now Playing "They Were Expendable" with ROBERT MONTGOMERY JOHN WAYNE participate in the show. New members who have been ad- mitted to the club are: H. M. Krause, 6113 Fordham; G. H. Dra- per, 6337 Sewanee; John H. Ellis, 2905 Arbor; Royl J. Carby, 4227 Rice Boulevard; G. D. Peyton, 4201 Perry; Joseph J. Gilligan, 3724 Rice Boulevard; W. F. Semmel- rogge, 3933 Amherst; Karl F. Woodard, 3801 Browning; O. F. Walzel, 3519 Robinhood; J. 0. Werila, 2704 Tangley; Andrew M. Fossler, 3129 Albans; R. W. Too- lan, 917 Harvard, and W. L. Mc- Millan, 938 Courtlandt. CAMOUFLAGE "But, officer, I did not see that fire plug. When I parked here, it was hidden behind an Air...

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