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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

January 31, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Paife 5 Mariner Pins Given Ten Girl Scouts In Friday Ceremonies Girl Scouts of Southampton and South gate, known as Mariners of Ship 11, were awarded their Mari- ner and Midship Mite pins at a banquet Friday night. Parents were honor guests. Girls taking part in the cere- mony were Audrey and Eileen Cammack, Judy Garland, Mary Ann Rhine, Jane Burr, Ann Krachy, Betty Silvus, June McCarthy, Ger- trude Sanddal and Jeanne Reynaud. Awards were presented by Mrs. Waldo Boyles, Miss Peggy Hender- son and Miss Patricia McClure. "Skipper" of Ship 11 is Margaret "Bubbles" Caillet. MRS. J. H. Bohmfalk REAL ESTATE • Bellaire • Westmoreland Farms 4921 Bellaire Blvd. JleMi Qet Actftu&Ud&d never expects to. In fact, he couldn't take a fee if he wanted to, as his job as attorney for the Fed- ELECTRICAL-MECHANICAL REPAIRING WASHING MACHINES IRONS—MIXERS FANS—TOASTERS VACUUM CLEANERS ALL OTHER APPLIANCES REFRIGERATION—DOMESTIC AND COMMERCIAL Call For and Del...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

Page 6 I SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 31, 1946 Barbecue Pit And Outdoor "Living Room" Pay Big Dividends In Relaxation Local Creator Is Proud Of Handiwork; Patio Becomes Beauty Spot Of Section Most folks wait until summer to start thinking about how nice it would be to have an outdoor "living room." Then, they keep procrastinating until summer is almost over and finally decide to put off the project another year. Not so Louis J. Kirk. He decided to steal a march on the seasons and some couple of months ago completed one of the most attractive nooks for outdoor enjoyment that is to be found in the section. Jumped The Gun He didn't wait until summer to start enjoying it either. Already several mild days this winter have found the Kirks gathered, first around the barbecue pit and then around the table for the "proof of the pudding." And those who have been fortunate enough to partake of some of those grilled steaks or barbecued short ribs can testify that building a barbecue pit and opera...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

January 31, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 cMexxlxftiijCMiesiA. Maaed j/iam Quattt, South Pacific, io- cMouAtan, ^lejc&l H&M REALTY CO. Herbert E. Reeves Myrtle L. Reeves announce the opening of their Real Estate Office located at 5420 Morningside Drive, corner of Times Blvd., and offer A Complete Real Estate Service i; Wanted! —i For All Cash { * HOUSES * LOTS * APARTMENTS * BUSINESS LOCATIONS * RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Anywhere In • WEST UNIVERSITY • SOUTHSIDE PLACE • BELLA1RE • HOUSTON PROPERTY WEST OF MAIN AND SOUTH OF GRAY OUR SERVICE INCLUDES . . . Complete refinancing where necessary in order to get you all cash for your equity. We handle—All loans, closing papers, title abstracts, tax cer- tificates, etc. All you do is sign your name and collect your money. WE DO NOT . . . Send prospects alone to look through your home. Show your home to people who are not in a financial position to buy it. WE HAVE BUYERS . . . Right now we have buyers who are ready and able to buy your ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

Pasre 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 81, 1946 Annexation Open Forum- (Continued from Pago 1) then let this project go by the board." Houston's "Choke Strip" "In 1940 when it was rumored that negotiations were in progress for a merger of the three cities, Houston drew a band around West University Place to block her ex- pansion," said City Attorney Troy Stokes. "If any rumor had gotten around that we were considering this program, Houston would have thrown an iron band around Bel- JOIN THE V. F. W. For Information Call H. W. G1LLIS, Jr. W. F. BAILEY M. 2-6732 M. 2-6723 After 7 P. M. After 6 P. M. laire, and make no mistake about that." "If what was done was practical politics, I want no part in politics," said Mr. Lee. "My heart is in this for my chil- dren and your children," said Mr. Hancock in urging the citizens' support of the project. Object To Method "I have never attended a meet- ing of the West University Civic Club at which politics were men- tioned," Charles Cartwright state...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

January 31, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 'J on I!# WHEN Ym UY YOUR UOR HE EXCELLENT QUALITY SUNNYLAND SELECT PURE GRAPE FULLY AGED CALIFORNIA SWEETWINES Fifth .65 1.58 SU2.98 CHOICE OF PORT SHERRY MUSCATEL ) HAL All 20/< Alcohol GALLON California SHERRY WIN! RO M .75 .59 PORT-SHERRY MUSCATEL 20% Alcohol FIFTH BURGUNDY SAUTERNE 12% Alcohol FIFTH DE LUXE REStR<£ POPULAR WHISKIES ® SCHENLEY RESERVE 86 Proof PREWAR BLEND • KINSEY 86.8 Proof The Straight Whiskies in this product are Five, Six and Seven Years Old © Lansdowne Reserve 86 Proof. The Straight Whiskies in this product arc 48 months or more old. 42!4% Straight Whis- kies, 57 Zi % Grain Neutral Spirits. 3.98 FIFTH 3.98 FIFTH 3.79 • THREE FEATHERS 86 Proof FIRST AMONG FINE WHISKIES ® HARWOOD'S 90.4 Proof FINE CANADIAN WHISKEY • BROWN FORMAN'S KING 86 Proof The Straight Whiskies in this product are 51 months or more old. 3.98 FIFTH 5.98 FIFTH 3.85 BOTTLED AT THE WINERY IN CALIFORNIA ALTA DE LUXE RESERVE SWEET WINES 20% Alcoh...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 31, 1946 Mainous Opposed Selling WUP Bonds At Inflated Rate During Political Storm In response to the editorial in last week's Times which hit at petty politics in West University Place, Frank Mainous, former may- or, stated that while the facts as presented were 100 per cent cor- rect, they failed to point out his opposition to the issuance of the bonds at the higher interest rate. The editorial explained that threat of recall by one faction, counter- acted by petitions for recall by the opposition, so upset the city's credit that the bond houses admitted charging a higher interest rate on a $400,000 bond issue than they would have normally charged. The difference in cost to the taxpayers will amount to at least $50,000 by 1970, according to the records. Mr. Mainous explained that he was in Washington at the time the bonds were sold and that he pro- tested by telegram to the closing of the deal. In agreeing with the Times that threats of recall in...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

January 31, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 ANSWERS To Save-A-Life Quiz , One every B'/j seconds. , 20 times as great. Dirty and defective chim- neys and flues. , President Truman. To keep a fire screen in front of it when it is burn- ing. Smothering (mechanical suffocation). 1,797 round trips to the sun plus 270 round trips to the moon. "Your cough sounds much better this morning," said the doctor in a complimentary tone. "Why shouldn't it?" rasped the disgusted patient, "I've been prac- ticing all night." Honoree at a party on her 15th birthday last Friday was Miss June Ann Prine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Prine of G702 Commun- ity Drive. Mrs. C. A. Nees was hostess to the 10 guests in her home at 4025 Swarthmore. The Valentine motif was featured. Guests in the home of their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Barstow of 4152 Oberlin, are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barstow. He has just returned from the service. Back home after a visit with her mother in Port Arthur is Mrs. E. A. Jordan of ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 31, 1946 .hi ' , Squeaky floors can be made noiseless by sifting talcum pow- der between the boards. On most patterns, seam lines are indicated by small round perfora- tions. Mark these, then when sew- ing, take up their full amount for best fit. Match corresponding notches too. Press each seam as it is finished and clip at and curves so it will lie perfectly flat. A small child will not be likely to lose handkerchiefs if a button- hole is worked into a corner of each handkerchief permitting it to be buttoned onto the child's outer garments. One mother sews a but ACCOUNTANT AUDITOR INCOME TAX COUNSELOR WYNN M. ESTES PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT . Phone M. 2-2926 CLEAN CLOTHES LAST LONGER EXPERT ALTERATIONS -- DYEING • COMPLETE INSURANCE COVERAGE • Open 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. Daily Pressing on Saturdays 9 A. M. to 1 P. M. Only University Cleaners S. F. MOORE, Owner 3624 University Phone M. 2-2331 We Specialize in All Types of PERMANENT WAVES AND HAIR STYLING FACIA...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

January 31,1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 People with foresight have imagination.. Imagination plus planning plus development has made the Southwestern Section the most desirable place in which to live and work. And the same factors are making for you, the citizens of this area, the finest One-Stop Shopping Center in the South— THE VILLAGE Alert business men see the advantage in establishing busi- nesses to provide every need for the modern American family on a more personal and close-to-home basis. And You—The Customer—Are Eager for This Service. ☆ Save Time-Save Gas-Save Parking Worries SHOP CLOSE TO HOME PATRONIZE YOUR FRIENDLY MERCHANTS ☆ RIGHT NOW—IN THE VILLAGE YOU'LL FIND Just Look Around— Next time you shop in The Village—today, tomorrow or any time—pause for a moment ami look arounil. It's easy to take everything for granted, especially in a community so familiar to you. But when you observe the activity in this popular section—the hum of business being carried on by your ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES January 31, 1946 REG'LAR FELLERS—I.oss of Face By GENE BYRNES YEP • STUDYIN FACES WOULD BE A SWELL IDEA IF PEOPLE- HAD ANY c/OE'S chicken 5" ■Aipac* idea I'LL TRY SOMEBODY'S STENOG—One Day Early, Sam YES.CAM-YES. HE'S HERE, lip oh.goodwess; WDARN IT! all OP < I THOUGHT THAT BUSINESS . \ Tijif VVA.*? WELL I'LL FIND OUT WHY HE DIDN'T ^SA~L/RDAY! COME TO WORK!!* PELLO- sorry OP2RAtP^-" * vh£\-p'.^ g rT&?A"r^ BEEN HERE ALL DAY- WHAT? —!! DO.VT LEAVE PLEASE Roberts P,-T. A. Sets Meeting For Monday The Roberts School Parent- Teacher Association will meet at 8 p. m. Monday in the school, accord- ing to Mrs. Herman Brien, public- ity chairman. Mrs. N. C. Willis of 2419 Words- worth is program chairman. Mrs. Wayne Rives of 2240 Shakespeare has recently been named executive secretary. DR. J. G. EGANHOUSE Practicing OPTOMETRY THE SCIENCE OF VISION n Ronra by Appointment BUSINESS MEN'S BIBLE CLASS OF WEST UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH AUDEN AT AMHERST Extends to al...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

January 31, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 m * ♦ • « • • * * Decorator Gives Tips For Freshening Windows With Curtains And Drapes By ELIZABETH MacRAE BOY KIN Sometimes it seems as though all windows were problem windows when it comes to curtaining them. £/'re not in just the right places "our furniture or else they're too big or too little, too high or too low. Of course, post-war magic may take care of all that. If mov- able panels and partitions come true ... if more furniture is made for under-window spaces ... if all- glass walls eliminate the definition of window spaces then, at least, our curtain problems will be differ- ent even if they're not entirely eliminated. Old draperies that can be fresh- ened up or turned and used again look wonderful these days. If you have draperies that are faded and worn at one end but good at the other end, consider cutting the good parts out and making sash curtains just half the full height of the windows. Or maybe you have two sets of old dr...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 31 January 1946

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES ' - January 31, 1946 GRADE "A" & "AA" QUALITY OVEN ROAST > 26c GRADE "A" & "AA" QUALITY ROUND STEAK . 39c CHOICE CALF Tongues - 28c GRADE 'A" & "AA" QUALITY SIRLOIN STEAK 33c PURE PORK PAN Sausage 33c FRESH—FULLY DRESSED HENS 43c VEAL OR BEEF SHORT RIBS - 18c FRESH GROUND VEAL . 25c ^nnmHUHHina^ TEXAS MARSH SEEDLESS RUBY RED Grapefruits 5 - 29c TEXAS MEDIUM SIZE MILD WHITE ONIONS a- 3 - 29c CALIFORNIA FIRM FANCY CALAVOS 2 25c HOME GROWN CRISP TENDER GREEN Lbs. CABBAGE 2 . 9c SERVE BIRD'S EYE FROZEN CHICKEN,,, A la King "*•' 74c LIBBY'S DEVILED HAM 2 •• 27c BEN-GEE VEGETABLE (HOP SUEY 29c 16-Oz. Jar GOLD COAST PURE PEACH PRESERVES 27c 16-Oz. Jar libby's hawaiian SLICED PINEAPPLE 23c LIMIT No. 2 Can rairi canned 3ALC! fruits libby's de luxe PEARS X,2K 33c LIBBY'S CHOICE FRUIT COCKTAIL £a°„2" 33c TRI-VALLEY CHOICE No. Can PEACHES 25c ROSEDALE TINY PEAS 2&233c G. L. F. RED KIDNEY BEANS 2 cNa°ns2 29c EAKERY JD SPECIALS "Baked In Our Own Plant...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 February 1946

Volume 2—Number 20 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 7, 1946 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year A SALUTE TO SCOUTING-BOY SCOUT WEEK FEBRUARY 8 -14 Beiiaire'sMayo. Opposes Kepeal Of WUP Ordinances Sentiments expressed by several leading citizens of Bellaire and Southside Place regarding their desire to see the courts decide the annexation question will undoubt- edly fall as a severe blow to those who favor repeal of the ordinances. Mayor A. B. Zindler of Bellaire told the Southwestern Times this week that he, along with many others in that city, heartily favors letting the ordinances stand, await- ing the decision of the courts and then abiding by that decision. He explained that any improvement program Bellaire might anticipate must wait pending final settlement of the annexation question. Those in the annexed area oppos- ing repeal of the ordinances explain that such action would, in effect, accomplish nothing concrete or lasting inasmuch as the same coun- cil or any future council of West...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 February 1946

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES February 7,1946 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 I'hone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 7, 1946 Today's Fires Prove Disastrous As the man on the street watches the fire engine roar by with the siren going, he is more apt to get a thrill than a chill from wondering whether it is his home or the place of busi- ness where-he works that may be on fire. Every day countless people have to hunt new homes or new places to work because they were "burned out."...

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

February 7, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 i) 4) <> «> 4) O > <> Have You Heard? X. * Vv^T % f f. itM what they're saying. About the wonderful changes that have taken place at the White House store in your neighborhood? It's such things as this, "It's in- credible" and, "If I hadn't seen it for myself ... I'd never believe it." Yes, folks, it's all true. It's just as the new White House stores' owners, Meyer Brothers Inc., has planned it for you! New lines, featuring famous brand names in every department, latest fashions . .. hot-off-the-griddle—first stop from New York. It's a plan to have a complete "downtown-type" store conveniently located in YOUR neighborhood. If you haven't shopped the White House store in your neighborhood in the past few weeks .. . make it a point to stop in tomorrow. You, too, will be amazed at the changes that have taken place—and what's more, you'll find just what you've been looking for, at a saving in time, patience, and money. You wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 February 1946

Pasre 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES February 7,1946 Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Dunlap of 3115 Plumb are their sons and their families. Visiting: from Dayton, Ohio, are Major and Mrs. 0. E. Dunlap and HOME ITEMS • Enanielware • China Dishes • Cedcrcnc Products • Full Line of DDT • Kuhn's Paints • Kem-Tone • KELLY'S VARIETY & Hardware Store from Austin are Mr. and Mrs. S. Dunlap, Jr., and daughter, Sue. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Monday of 3128 Lafayette have been visiting in San Antonio for a few days. Week-end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene German of Bellaire were Mr. and Mrs. F, Vance of Lake Jackson. Celebrating his seventh birthday Rudy Moers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland L. Moers of 4415 Bellaire Boulevard, entertained with party in his home last Thursday. There were 16 guests. Miss Betty Jane Boysen, U. S. N. R., who is stationed at the Naval Air Station at Alemeda, California, HELP SOLVE THE HOUSING PROBLEM WITH A HOMETTE In West University you can put a Homette at t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 February 1946

o February 7, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Pagre 5 Burkett Post Hears Building Report Tonight A report on the final closing of the deal for the property at the corner of Times Boulevard and Kelvin Drive will be made at the meeting: of John R. Burkett Post of the American Legion at 8 o'clock tonight in the West University Community House, according to R. D. Johnson, chairman of the build- ing trustees. The post purchased the 120 by 150-foot property, on which a hol- low-tile building is located, for $19,500. A strip on the corner, ex- tending 50 feet on Kelvin and 150 feet on Times, has been sold to Olson Bros, for $9,500. Plans for adding an auditorium for meetings and dances will be discussed tonight. The Superior Distributing Co., now occupying the building, has the privilege of remaining until May 1. -fr POINT OF VIEW Little minds are wounded too much by little things; great minds see all, and are not even hurt.— La Rochefoucald. BLASINGAME DRUG STORE AND DRUG SUPPLIES Homer Blasingam...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 February 1946

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES February 7, 194G First Girl Scout Father-Daughter Banquet Scheduled Approximately 100 intermediate and junior high Girl Scouts of the West University District will gath- er in the Community House at 6:30 p. m. Saturday for the first father- daughter banquet ever to be staged by the Scouts in the Houston area, Bellaire Kindergarten MRS. F. D. McCRACKEN Children, Ages 3 to 6 Years 9 A. M. to 12 Noon Pickup Service 5212 Spruce M. 2-3868 according to Mrs. R. J. Pyle, pro- gram chairman. The affair is open to all registered Scouts in the section. Mrs. W. 0. Hedrick, chairman of the Girl Scout speakers' bureau for the Houston area, will be the prin- cipal speaker. Committee chairmen planning the banquet are Mrs. Gus Schill, dinner; Mrs. Blake Fisher, musical program; Mrs. L. R. Mon- day, table decorations, and Mrs. Harry Yonkers, ticket sales. World peace, like domestic peace, calls for less talking, and more understanding. — * There is always something wrong wit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 February 1946

February 7, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 «> ft) « • «) | «) QciAdesutUf MARGARET L. SWEITZER Azaleas are at their best during February and March. Most of them bloom during these two months al- though there are varieties that bloom as early as September and others that bloom as late as May. Their period of glorious bloom with HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP LET US REPAIR YOUR ELECTRIC APPLIANCES NOW Expert Repairing oj • HEATING PADS •VACUUM CLEANERS • TOASTERS • WAFFLE IRONS ETC. Dependable Service 6117 Kirby Drive Next to Bank bushes so profusely covered with flowers that the leaves are not vis- ible make them worth the extra care they require. The colors range from deep rich shades to delicate pastels in red, pink, violet, salmon and white. They may be planted successfully from October to May, but there are so many varieties and so many col- ors that, to be sure you are getting what you want, it is best to buy when they are blooming. Partial Shade Best Azaleas will grow in either sun or s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 February 1946

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES February 7, 1946 Bellaire Lions Will Entertain Boy Scouts At Tuesday Meeting Boy Scouts of Troop 210 will be guests of the Bellaire Lions Club for a dinner and program in the Bellaire City Hall at 7:30 p. m. Friday. Dr. Littleton W. Moore will present motion pictures. R. S. Giles is program chairman for the eve- ning. W. C. Gardiner, president, said that each Lion is requested to take a bridge table to the meeting. ★ The care of the feet is called im- portant. It is also necessary to control the feet so they do not walk into the wrong places. Pioneer Builder of Southampton Recalls "Hardships" of Addition's Early Settlers Mrs. E. L. Valenta Built Second Home In Sub-Division Pioneering in Southampton required, among other things, the ability to cope with kero- sene cooking stoves, says Mrs. E. L. Valenta, who built the second home in the addition back in 1925. When the gas mains were laid and a bright, University Blvd. at Kirby Drive AGAIN MANAGED BY UNIVERSI...

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