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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

esfetot /^mes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 2—Number 18 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 24, 1946 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Future Of Vast Annexed Area Is Question Mark New Building Recommended For Pershing Deviating from the recommenda- tions made by University of Texas research men following a survey of Houston's schools last summer, W. E. Moreland, superintendent, and H. L. Mills, business manager, favor converting the present facil- ities of Pershing Junior High and West University Elementary into an elementary school and providing a new plant for junior high pupils. Their recommendations were pre- sented to the school board in a meeting last week. Special Features Needed Mr. Moreland, in a statement to the Times, said that it would be difficult to convert the present buildings into a modern plant for a junior high, as it should have a swimming pool, gymn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 24,1948 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University I'iuce, Southside k'lare, Itellaire. Itrneswood. Southampton, SonthiTBte and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor W. F. BAILEY Circulation Manager GUS BARKOW Staff Photographer Entered as second-class matter, October 12, 1944, at the Post Office at Houston, 1 exiih. under the Act of March 3, 1871*. Subscription SI.00 a Year Advertising Kates On Request 2510 Times Boulevard. Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evenint Phone M*dl«on 2-I0K5) HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 24, 1946 True To Form-W. University Again Political Hotbed Petty politics during the administration of Frank Mainous as mayor of West University Place will have cost the taxpay- ers by 1970 at least $50,000. A petition for the recall of three of the commissioners, counteracted by another petition for the recall of the mayor and the other commissioner, so ups...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

January 24,1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 POTENT FACTS About Annexation For the Enlightenment of the People of West University Place, Your City Commission Feels That It Is Time to CALL A SPADE A SPADE! 2nd HOU h*uuu Uud... ★ In 1940 Houston unexpectedly put a stranglehold on West University's expansion by annexing a narrow strip entirely surrounding this city to the city limits of Bellaire—this strip being entirely unusable to Houston and annexed for the sole purpose of fencing us in. ★ The meeting at which the annexation ordinances were adopted by the West University Council on December 31 was held without advance notice because available information pointed to the probability that any indication of our intentions would have been the signal for Houston to pass annexation ordinances of its own. ★ Three of the citizens who are leading movements to recall your mayor and three of your commis- sioners and to repeal the annexation ordinances may be doing so because of their convictions, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 24,1946 HEAVEN-BOUNP A very small country boy was in New York for the first time. Taking an elevator to the top of a skyscraper, the child and his father had shot 30 stories at breathtaking speed, when the little lad asked, timidly: "Daddy, does God know we're coming?" RAMBLING.... Best wishes for a speedy recov- ery to Mrs. Frank W. Roberts of 4101 Tennyson. She underwent a major operation at St. Joseph's last /VOIF 0/V DISPLAY! NEW ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Sec flic 1946 Model Radio and BLACKSTONE WASHER FLUORESCENT FIXTURES Parts, Tubes, and Service. GEIST ELECTRIC COMPANY VILLAGE GARAGE vY lyi1'/, PROMPT, DEPENDABLE SERVICE • GENERAL REPAIRING MOTOR TUNEUP -- STARTER IGNITION - BRAKE SERVICE Frank Stephenson-John S. Ricc, Co-owners JOHN S. RICE, Mgr. 2514 Times Blvd. Keystone 3-3250 VENETIAN BLINDS • REPAINTED • REPAIRED • NEW TAPE AND CORD • ALL BLIND SUPPLIES T. 6065 4 DAY SERVICE Alcan Venetian Blind Co. 300 SHEPHERD DRIVE (OPPOSITE FAITH HOME) Fri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

January 24, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Canaries Like Variety in The Menu, Says Mrs. Walter W. Spiller's Backyard Aviary Contains Variety Of Birds You hear and read a lot about variety in the diet and the advantages of frequent changes in the family menu. But did you know that canaries like a change of foods, too, and thrive better if their diet is not too monotonous? Mrs. Walter W. Spitler speaks with the voice of authority when she talks about canaries, as she has raised quite a few of them during the past eight years. In addition to her canaries she has parakeets, cockateels, love birds, zebra finches and Australian rice birds in the aviary in back of her home at 2602 Centenary. It is quite a tuneful spot when a number of them begin chirping at the same time. Lettuce For Canaries Lettuce is pretty generally ac- cepted by even the most amateur of canary owners as an auxiliary food to be fed along with bird seed and bird life, but that's about as far as "variety" goes in the ave...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

Tage 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 24,1946 Food Experiments More than 60 per cent of the leading schools and state universi- ties covered in a recent survey are either conducting frozen food ex- periments or planning such experi- ments, it was revealed. Most of the experiments are directed toward retaining the fresh flavor of fruits, vegetables, meats and dairy products without losing the vitamin content and nutritive value of the food. Nees Recalls Bellaire Discussion, Opposes Annexation In Letter To Times January 18, 1946. Southwestern Times, 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston, Texas. Gentlemen: With reference to statement by Mr. J. M. Dunnington and published in the current issue of The Southwestern Times, the following statement is submitted over my signature. These are pertinent facts and, List Your Property With Us W'c gun router union ami the liiglicttl prirr*. tilting with 21 year* of exprrienre. E. L PIEHL F.Mrf,,X <10.14 I think, deserve publication: The City Council of West ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

January 24,1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Questions And Ansivers On U. S. Savings Bonds And Stamps Q. Will the government continue to sell "E" Bonds? A. Yes, the same type of Savings Bonds that were sold during the war years, and they will carry the same features. Tho^e issued row will be called U. S. Savings Bonds instead of War Bonds or Victory Bonds. (). What is the difference between War Bonds, Victory Bonds, "E" Bonds and the new Savings Bonds? A. None, except in name. They are all guaranteed by the government and will be paid according to the schedule printed on them. They increase in value each year. Hold them to maturity for the greatest return on the investment Q. What is the interest rate on the Savings Bonds? A. 2.9%. They will return $1 for every 3 invested if held to maturity. Q. Can the Savings Bonds still be purchased through the pay- roll deduction plan? A. A survey has shown that most all companies are planning to continue the payroll deduction system. The payroll p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

There is still time to NAME the McCarthy center hotel AND Wl N $1500.00 Facts About This Center HOTEL: This 1004-room hotel, completely air-conditioned, includes 431 hotel rooms, and 573 rooms in apartments ranging from one-room efficiencies to two, three and four-bedroom apartments and penthouses. Many private dining rooms, coffee shop, snack bar, ballroom, large din- ing room, beauty shop, barber shop, liquor store, drug store, art gallery, and available spaces for other shops. Unique clerk desk in basement for driving, registering and going direct to room. MEDICAL BUILDING: An individual building properly designed for the medical profession with the latest designed sanitary features for any size clinic. Proximity to the Texas Medical Center, Cancer Research, and Baylor Medical School gives added importance to the location for every doctor. MARKET: The largest market in the world, with 51,000 square feet, choice imported and domestic foods, liquors, cooked foods, restaurant, meat ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

^^^^^S^rtecRncRjomesh^ooas^iquors^ookecMoods^estauran^ %" meat narke^frozen food loc^rs for the publi^.ind all the otto* good things which go to make this the finest. JAMES A. CLARK OPERATIONAL MANAGER ♦ GfcENN H. MCCARTHY 9 FRANK CHAMPION * COL. W. B. BATES ROBERT D. HARRELL INTERIOR DESIGN In order to bring to Houston a truly distinctive project with all of the benefits of Imagination, modern design and taste, we have obtained the services of Robert D. Harrell to design the inter- iors and furnish this project. Mr. Harrell is one of Amer- ica's foremost decorators and was formerly with Bar- ker Bros, of Los Angeles, as director of designing and decorating. He is now lo- cated in Houston and his temporary offices and studio of design will be located at 6902 Main Street. Tele- phone Keystone 35507. McCarthy Hotel Center is most ac- cessible to Hous- ton's Municipal Airport, Art Mu- seum. golf courses and Downtown Houston. LTOCOL. JAM«S A. CLAR* HEDRICK & LINOSLEY, ARCHITECTS STO...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

Pajre 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 24, 1946 Teen Talk Ry JEAN IIARKOW . . . Carol Lee Glasser is still KRAZY about Russell Furley! . . . Why is it that a certain Allyee Tinsley wants Katherine Bunch and Eddie Barziza to break up ? And who is Katherine's secret love, Allyee ? ? . . . Sedford Magee and Barbara Bransteader seem to have broken up—well, I guess all cood things have to come to an end!! . . . Mary Burk and Kenneth McCann are really steadying-it. At least so it seems lately. . . . Betty Jane Larke has been carrying her smiles high since Bus- ter Alford has come back to St. Thomas for good after attending Allen Academy. . . . . . . Jack Agnew found a good- HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP Let Start the New Year Right. Repair your Electrie Applianees Now. Expert Repairing of • HEATING FADS • VACUUM CLEANERS • TOASTERS • WAFFLE IRONS ETC. Dependable Service 6117 Kirbv Drive Next to Rank looking girl from Lanier by the name of Marilyn Cox. Hope we see more of you two!! . . . Beverly Garrett...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

January 24, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 > hi Qa/uiz4u+i(f MARCARE! L. SWEITZER January weather does not per- mit much gardening outside of "armchair gardening," but even if we can't dig s nd plant, we c in read the seed catalogues ana plan changes and additions for the months to come. January Chores There are a number of chores that should be attended to, how- ever, when the weather permits. It is easy to spot defects in drainage and low spots in the lawn during these rainy months. The drainage defects should be corrected and the low spots filled in with sand or loam and then leveled. Figs may be pruned this month and fertilized. (Some varieties may be allowed to grow as trees.) Phosphoric acid—one pound for each year of the tree's growth— should be applied in a shallow trench circling the tree. It is used before growth starts because it must be in the ground about three weeks before it is available as food for the plant. Destroy Pests Now Roses, shrubs and fruit trees should...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 24, 1946 Local Veteran Post To Receive Charter At January 31 Meet The Frank Burns Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will re- ceive its charter at the next meet- ing to be held on January 31, at 8:00 p. m. at the West University Place Community House. Post Commander H. W. Gillis, Jr., cordially invites the public to IF YOU SEEK INVESTMENT for safety, profit, pleasure, family education or retirement, security and home, buy productive land where year 'round climate, sunshine, soil and water, with adequate drainnffe, insure repeating crops of essential foods— fruits and vegetables, within reach of "he fertile Rio Grande Valley, with new transportation facilities, offers all these opportunities. For informa- tion about free inspection trip WRITE SUITE 1, 6912 AVE. U attend this meeting and all veter ans who served overseas during World War I or World War II are especially invited to join the ranks of their fellowmen in the Veterans of Foreign Wars. B...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

January 24, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 BLENDED WHISKEY Pennbrook 85 Proof BLENDED WHISKEY 2.98 The Straight Whiskies in this product are four years or more old. BOTTLED AT THE WINERY IN CALIFORNIA ALTA DE LUXE RESERVE SWEET WINES 20% Alcohol by Volume CHOICE OF MUSCATEL SHERRY PORT &.ZT& ' mEm > °e Luxe BESte<E FULL FIFTH ROMA^& 75 IFTH liH 59 IFTH ■M'V PORT — SHERRY MUSCATEL 20% Alcohol BURGUNDY SAUTERNE 12%. Alcohol PLANTATION 86.8 Proof LIQUEUR FULL FIFTH 3.95 FULL PINT 2.45 You will enjoy this fine liqueur. It embodies the romance and taste sensations of many drinks. SUNNYLAND SELECT FULLY AGED PURE GRAPE 19-21 % Alcohol by Volume CALIFORNIA SWEET WINES /tPl PORT-SHERRY l%l% MUSCATEL FULL FIFTH 1.58 HALF GALLON FULL GALLON JUG 2 .98 CALIFORNIA SHERRY WIN! COINTREAU FULL FIFTH 80 Proof SOUTHERN COMFORT 100 Proof AMERICA'S MOST VERSATILE DRINK PINT FULL FIFTH 3.25 5.25 *K "JL " POPULAR WHISKIES ★ THREE FEATHERS RESERVE—86 Proof First Among Fine Whiskies ★ SE...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 24,1946 SOMEBODY'S STENOG—Mame Catches One WHATLL WE DO WITH MOBODY'LL BELIEVE US, ANY WAY! n a « REG-LAR FELLERS—A Hero's Diet By GENE BYRNES I'M IN TH' \ ( THIS - MARKET FOR. V TH' MARKET A GOOD, BRAVE, / MISTER, DUFFY F1GHTIN', FEARLESS DORG!^ „ BALONEY' Y COME. I WOULDN1 TAKE \ BACK HERE. YOUR. WORD FOR. iDON'T JUMP OUT/ IT AN' ITS -SILLY SCONCLUSIONS! TO AST YOU TO PROVE IT IF THIS THIS DOG DOESNT COULD MAKE A MEAL OFF'N LIONS PROVE IT, ALONE—AN'YOU YOU CAN HE DONT SHOULD SEE WHAT LOOK. HE DOES TO TIOER.S Extensive Expansion In Industry And Commerce Slated For Greater Houston Hailing 1946 as a year of great I adopted a work program for this opportunity for the Houston area, • year designed to take full advan- the Chamber of Commerce has 1 tage of that opportunity and lead A(i*ta Vance Graduate T. C. U. School of Spcech, Columbia University, and the American Acadcmy of Dramatic Art ANNOUNCES SPRING CLASSES IN SPEECH AND DRAMATICS CHILDREN'S CRO...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

January 24, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 • «* • * • a • * • * • —Social Notes* Mrs. Lewis M. Retherford of Detroit, Michigan, announces the engagement and approaching mar- riage of her daughter, Evelyn, to Evan W. Burris, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Evan W. Burris of 3123 Am- herst. Guests in the home of their par- ents, Rev. and Mrs. Ray V. May- field, are Lt. and Mrs. Ray V. May- field, Jr. Lieutenant Mayfield has been stationed in Virginia but will leave soon for overseas duty in Paris, France. Mrs. A. L. Sweitzer of 4144 Cole- ridge entertained with a party for her son, William Arthur "Skippy," on his third birthday last week. There were eight guests. Dr. Wendell H. Hamrick of 2815 Rice Boulevard is back home with his wife and three children, Wen- dell, Jr., Emily and Vila Jan, after 26 months as a lieutenant com- mander in the Navy. Dr. Hamrick has resumed his practice. A luncheon for officers of the Ruth Class of the Rice Temple Baptist Church was given last Thursday with Mrs....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 January 1946

Pago 1G SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 24, 1946 Three Big Days—Thursday -Friday --Saturday---SAVE! SAVE! NEW CROP— TEX SUN GRAPEFRUIT JOICE ~ He CHOICE WHOLE APRICOTS- 25c NU-MAID OLEO 18c Lb. HUNT'S SUPREME TOMATO SAUCE 2 Eet 11c TOP QUALITY "DRESSED FRESH IN OUR OWN PLANT" FULLY DRESSED HENS 45c GRADE "A" AND "AA" QUALITY Oven Roast « 26c GRADE "A" AND "AA" QUALITY Sirloin Steak - • 33c FRESHLY GROUND Ground Veal« 25c FRESHLY SLICED Calf Liver < 49c on Jfresh produce YOUNG TENDER CRISPY FRESH GREEN BEANS 2-25c ASSORTED Aft/f Dozen PREMIER PURB FLORIDA ORANGE JUICE £„2 19c PREMIER CALIFORNIA SPINACH Si2 15c HOME GROWN FRESH DUG NEW POTATOES 5«* 29c HERSHEY BAKING CHOCOLATE rxz 14c TEXAS MARSH SEEDLESS LARGE SIZE GRAPEFRUIT 5 . 25c GERBER'S STRAINED OR CHOPPED BABY FOOD 4 Ca„s 25c HOME GROWN YOUNG TENDER CARROTS Bunch 5c LIBBY'S RED CUT BEETS 2 £n2 25c S. & S. CALIFORNIA WINE Fifth 69C Muscatel - Port - Sherry POST-TENS 10 Cereal 23C LIBBY'S SOLID CUSTARD PUMPKIN Sn2l/l 14c RATH'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

(tttetoi /^nee PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 2—Number 19 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 31, 1946 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year VJ $900,000 Home Building Project Launched In WUP Early development of a large area of prairie near Kirby Drive in West University Place was assured Monday night when the city council approved plans submitted by Mar- tin Nadelman, developer. The plans, which involve a $900,000 building project of 86 homes, were previous- ly passed upon by the City Plan- ning Commission. Mr. Nadelman will open and per- manently pave portions of Notting- ham, Quenby and Robinhood in the 2600 and 2700 blocks and construct residences on those streets and also on Albans and Sunset in the same area. He proposes to replace the shell portions of wakeforest with concrete. All homes built will be in keep- ing with the city's building code, Mr. Nadelman advised. U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 31,1946 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 W. F. BAILEY Circulation Manager 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 31, 1946 PAY your POLL TAX Today Is Your Last Chance The very near future will bring vital issues before us that must be settled by vote. You owe it to yourself and your community to express yourself at the polls. A dollar and a half will obtain a receipt at Weingarten's in The Village or at most downtown office buildings until closing time this evening. The tax win...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

January 31, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 The Five White House Stores offer a sensational Final January Clearance that All HOUSTON has been waiting for Girls' Wear FINAL COATS ?o50 t 55. Ages 1 to 6 * C* Reg. 54.95 l<TO Ages 7 to 14 $4 and}© Reg. $8.95 to S16 95 wootju^pers SSsVwt4o 53.99 ^ Reg. $4.99 to55^>^ WOOL SKIRTS C] COTTON SKIRTS -cc Reg' JusJo CHENILLE ROBES 5*1.50 Rc9" $258^ to53j98^Volues^^^ COTTON QUILTED R0BEln QO Sj3^to_$3^^ Boys' Wear JACKETS, Leather Trim 9g Rea. $5-98 " SUITS for Dress ^993 Reg. Reg. ^ $6.98 Peg $13.85 —— peter pan washi sui ^ 48 jacket - BjousejJhort^ kntTpolo shirts 75c Reg. 59c Reg. QRr — navy blue melton jackets PLAID MACKINAW C 5548 Reg. —— BOYS' DRESS PANTS $498 *c<3' Uli Z'-.-'-Z fill $2.48 S'.St: Reg. 52.98- DRESSES 1 LOT JUNIORS' AND MISSES' 'DRESSES, $Q Reg. $5.95 to $9.95 Values, Final 1 GROUP OF JUNIORS' AND MISSES' DRESSES, $ A Reg. $10.95 to $12.95 Values, Final ENTIRE STOCK OF JUNIORS' AND MISSES' UNTRIMMED COATS Reg. $16.95...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 31,1946 RAMBLING.... Looking- for a chess opponent is Edward H. Thorne of Providence, Rhode Island, who is here for a visit with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Gil- lis, Jr., of 2807 Amherst. Mr. Thorne is a member of the Corre- spondence Chess League of Amer- ica. . . . Back from Kirbyville, where they attended the funeral of her father, J. L. Neely, are Mr. and HEMSTITCHING MRS. ROBERT J. SVETER 3023 Nottingham Mudison 2-5477 Mrs. J. J. Johs of 4115 Drake. . . . Home again and doing nicely after a recent operation is Mrs. Cloras C. Moore of 4308 Wendell in Bellaire. . . . Capt. T. W. Adair, Jr., has re- ported to Dallas for reassignment after a leave spent with his parents at 2332 Albans. He flew the Burma Hump for a year as pilot of a C-54. . . . Best wishes to Thomas R. Mc- Henry, Jr., of 6135 Wakeforest, who is now operating a paint store at 1711 Main Street with Samuel F. Marshall, formerly of Savannah Georgia. Both boys serve...

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