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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947
Thursday, January 2, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 Women Chemists Still Retain Wartime Jobs After proving their worth in wartime, women chemists now are holding down many key positions in industry, it is revealed in a sur- vey conducted by American Chem- ical society. Women are engaged in research jobs in chemical industries ranging from petroleum to cosmetics. They are particularly prominent in food, health and medical research. DeFoy's Cafe "A Good Place To Eat" • STEAKS • CHICKEN • PLATE LUNCHES • SHORT ORDERS Beer Served with Meals Hours: 11 A. M. to 9 P. M. Closed on Sunday LUNCH 11 TO 2 DINNER 5 TO 7 ROSES make such a lovely gift for birthdays, anniversaries or other occasions. Send them often. CITY-WIDE DELIVERY WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS ART FLORIST "Let Flower. S y It" 2432 Bellaire M. 2-7441 JANETS JOTTINGS- THE DAY AFTER NEW YEAR'S: This is the day the garbage trucks will be piled high with dis- carded Christmas trees. And lit- tle boys will gather up the bat- tered fir and s...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947
Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 2, 1947 Condit Parent-Teacher Group Postpones Meet The regular meeting of the Con- dit School Parent-Teacher Associ- ation will not be held today as was originally planned due to the school holiday, it was announced this week. No definite date has been set for the meeting, according to Mrs. Z. K. Hunter, club president. A date will be decided upon later at a meeting of the executive board of the organization. He Did! She — Don't you ever do any thing on time? He—How do you think I bought our car? For as little as 50 cents you buy space in our classified ad sec- tion. 2510 Times Blvd. YES! We Have It— We have a fine selection of your Favorite Brands of . Scotch and Bonds and Champagne VILLAGE PACKAGE STORE 2437 University L. 7100 You'll Get Quick, Courteous Service at the Zeplin Bros. Garage (Formerly Village Garage) "IN THE HEART OF THE VILLAGE" 2514 Times Blvd. K. 3-3250 Owned and Operated By Robert (Bob) Zeplin Edward Zeplin All Work Gu...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947
Thursday, January 2, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 16 Bellaire Baptists Plan Revival Services For Week Starting Sunday A seven-day revival service, be- ginning Sunday, will be held by CHRIST THE KING Lutheran Church ROBERTS SCHOOL Greenbriar and Addison Rev. Kenneth C. Larson, Pastor Sunday School 10 A.M. Divine Worship .... 11 A.M. "The Fountain of Life" the Bellaire Baptist Church, it was announced this week by Rev. F. A. Tippen, pastor. Services will be conducted each evening during the week by Rev. C. B. Stephenson of the Mission- ary Union Baptist Association. J. C. Wharton will lead the singing and pianist will be Miss Barbara Byarteon. A special feature of the revival meetings will be the showing of moving pictures of special interest to children each evening. The meetings will begin at 7:30 p. m. with the films. The regular services will start at 8 o'clock. Now Open! VILLAGE PICTURE FRAMING SHOPPE • ONE DAY SERVICE • Complete Line of Greeting Cards - Fiction Books - Stationer...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947
south Weste. rn times Thu: r8day, Ja nu, at~y 2 rfyoitt <n£ WAREHOUSE LIQUOR STORES "(fyutacUatt t2V6i6&ecf, SeAt" SEAGRAM'S v.o. 6 YEARS OLD ^ WHISKY IS SIX YIA 0lV ^^•oniutT JQSCM C FULL C29 FIFTH Seagram's V.O. is a blend of rare selected whiskies distilled, aged, and blended un- der the supervision of the Canadian Gov- ernment. 6 Years Old — 86.8 Proof Freest variety of wines & unions in e
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947
Thursday, January 2, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 f) e> FFia/Z Paper Can Be Put To Varied Uses In Decorating The Home By GLADYS MILLER Wall paper is limitless in its i or three, as the case may be, are decorating possibilities. By using it correctly, you may introduce color, texture, pattern., and depth to a. room. Any flat surface may be papered so don't think of wall paper in terms of walls, but think of the screens, table-tops, inside and outside of chests, panels in doors—and yes—even floors. Clev- er people have successfully used wall paper so effectively and well that the question is not "What can be done with it?" blit why most people don't use it in decorating and why those who do, don't make a better use of it. As in all other things, the ans- wer to the last statement is easy. No one does anything well when they fear the results will not be satisfactory. Paper One Wall It is true that a small room will seem smaller if papered. To cor- rect this we are learning not to...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947
Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 2, 1947 JITTER By Arthur Pointer m REG'LAR FELLERS I CAN T TELL, WHO 5 TH TALLEST, ME i could WE'LL 61T 50mep1n to 50ME.PIN- BOSS WON'T NEED T KNOW TWINS ABOUT IT ) ^ -^3 By Gene Byrne* PINHEAD WINS! \ HE'S THRBE-E'GHTHS . OP A NINCH TM-LER'N I 'hurry ur-\ vou,eA<sav; MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher YES/ - , now i'll ask you 1 thats y will right! vou now stou shut ask me | up? one/ MUTT, ASK ME ANY QUESTION AT ALL AND IF I CAN'T ANSWER IT I'LL Give You ten dollars' NOW I'LL ASK CRAZY' NUTS? a question and if you can't answer it you sive me ten dollars) you one! HOW HIGH IS UP? that the cJub would be revived la- ter in the year when civic interests have been diverted into other channels. The Modern Home Nowadays everything in modern home is operated switches except children. KAY'S "Where Friends Meet" © STEAKS — SEAFOODS FRENCH FRIED ONIONS BARBECUE MEXICAN FOOD BEER ON TAP 2324 Bisioonat Styles in Glamor Girls Determined by Women It's wome...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947
Thursday, January 2, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 Comfort And Simplicity Are The Keynotes Of Clothing Needs For a Very Young Baby If you've been visiting a brand new mother recently, you know that her baby's clothing is one of great simplicity and comfort. Elaborateness of baby's wardrobe is a thing of the past. The main considerations in choosing a young baby's clothing now is comfort and ease of getting him in and out of his garments. The baby's wardrobe, at least for his first few months, does not con- sist of a great many frilly bonnets and dresses. Shirts, diapers, one- piece kimonos and nightgowns are the important things. Since many of these pieces of Vacuum Cleaners, Mix-Masters, Fans, Lamps and other elec- trical appliances repaired. REBUILD BATTERIES HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP (111 KIRBY NEAR RICE BLVD. clothing are hard to find, the mother with the sewing machine is indeed lucky, for most of these things can be made easily. The sewing is easy and goes quickly, so it really nee...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947
Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 2, 1947 7 at the BEST "tor" Thursday — Friday — Saturday 3 BIG DAYS WITH CHILI GRAVY ^ « Walker's AustexTamales 15 PETER PAN LIBBY'S TOMATO Peanut Butter r? 27c CATSUP ££ 21c CAMPBELL'S | Vegetable Soup 2 Z5 ARMOUR'S STAR—SLICED BACON £ 65c LEAN, MEATY Perk Chops - 45' CHOICE BEEF—Square Cut Shoulder ROAST - 39c CHOICE BEEF Sirloin Steak - 45' FRESH Calf Tongues - 23' WE DRESS OUR OWN POULTRY FRESH DAILY FRYERS — 65 CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE ~ 41 Special* APPLE SAUCE Cup Cakes D°z 29c SALT RISING BREAD Loaf 15c BUTTER Cake 79' With Chocolate Fudge Icing DANISH PASTRIES doz. 40c BARBECUE BAR "Where the Best Barbecue in Town Is Sold" Barbecue Beef lb. 99c With Plenty of Sauce BARBECUE Sausage Lb. 49C HOME-MADE PICKLED ONIONS or PEPPERS Pint . . 29c FRUITS VEGETABLES NICE SIZE JONATHON APPLES - 35c CALIFORNIA CREAM f WHEAT REGULAR 14-Oz or 5-MINUTE Box 15 C Carrots 2 t± 15c NO 1 IDAHO Quaker's Meal or Grits 20-Oz. Box 14c Potatoes 5 - 24c N...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 January 1947
50UTHWE5TER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE. BELL.AIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD. SOUTHAMPTON. SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA • Volume 3—Number 16 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 9, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Farrington Building Stages Formal Opening Saturday New Council In WUP Launches Active Program' At the close of West Uni- versity's council meeting Monday, somewhere near midnight, the new adminis- tration of the city had defin- itely made good on its inaug uration promise "to work hard." After only four days in office, the administration's scoreboard read something like this: Repealed the year-old annex- ation ordinance attempting to take in Bellaire and Southside; ap- pointment of numerous city em- ployees and committees; establish- ment of a "get tough" attitude on delinquent taxes, water and sewer bills; groundwork laid for an audit of city finances; purchase of a new fire truck; thorough work- ing-over of the city building code inclu...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 January 1947
Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 9, 1947 5DUTHWE5TERI 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 Managing Editor BILL WAGNER Reporter and Feature Editor ED SMITH Advertising Manager SAM KEEPER Circulation Manager 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 3-5566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 9, 1947 PAY youv POLL TAX January is the month in which citizens are called upon to pay their annual poll tax. While this is an "off year" in national and state elections, every man and woman of vot- ing age should pay his poll tax to protect his privilege of voting in the event special elections are called. Residents of Bellaire and Sout...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 January 1947
Thursday, January 9, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 8 Oowi t&e 74Jwild '7%o4t 0p<uttatt& KJitte& & ^iquoM, #7<* 7&€> 2 WAREHOUSE LIQUOR STORES Warehouse Liquor Stores Offer Houston's Most Out- standing Array of Nationally Advertised Wines and Liquors! Gcvi 'Pnicet Are Houston's. Lowest—Not One Day or One Week—But Houston's Lowest Prices EVERY Day in the Year! LARGEST VARIETY OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED WINES & LIQUORS IN HOUSTON! f
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 January 1947
Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 9, 1947 Ototes Hostesses for a dance recently were Angela Brady, Ann Burch- fiel and Mary Ann Emsi. The dance was held at Laura Dorman's dance studio and was attended by 50 guests. Mrs. H. A. Newman and daugh- ters, Sue Zan and Nancy, are visit- ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W R. Starke of 4023 Tennyson. Mrs. Newman is a former resident of Bellaire and is now living in ^ic West University Church of Christ Rice at Auden Sts. Res. Phone M. 2-6550 Sends a personal invitation to YOU to worship at all services of the Church. ■ Gospel preaching and con- gregational singing. YOU will en- joy the services. "More than a welcome awaits YOU." Bible School 10:00 A.M. Worship and Sermon... .10:50 A.M. Young People's Meeting. .5:15 P.M. EVENING... 6 P. M. Mid-Week Service Wed 8 P.M. COLD WAVES $10<>o UP Our Staff of Expert Operators now includes: Lou Burkett • Aline James Mattie Lou Griffin RICE BOULEVARD BEAUTY SHOP Sue Fleming Delgado, Owner 250...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 January 1947
Thursday, January 9, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Many Bellaire Residents Fail To Provide House Numbers And Mail Boxes For New Dejivery Service William H. Lobb, Jr., all of Hous- ton. Also surviving are three sis- ters, Mrs. Ida Fooks, Mrs. Lillie Flowers and Mrs. Ella Hoffman, all of Wilmington, Delaware, and one brother, George Roberts of Mingo Junction, Ohio. Services were conducted by Rev. Frank Doremus and burial was in Forest Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were from Gray Lodge No. 329, A.F.&A.M., and the lodge was in charge of the services at the grave. Bargain Hunters Makes no difference what it is, a woman will buy everything on which she thinks the store is losing money. Bellaire Kindergarten Mrs. F. D. McCrackcn Children, Ages 3 to 6 Years 9 A.M. to 12 Noon Pickup Scrvice 5212 SPRUCE M. 2-3868 Despite a prolonged campaign by Postmaster Leon Rosner and staff of the Bellaire post office to ready the residents of Bellaire for the door-to-door carrier service inaugurated las...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 January 1947
Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 9, 1947 New Year Baby Honored With Party on Birthday Little Miss Judith Gayle, daugh- ter of Dr. and Mrs. George S. Gayle of 3100 University Boule- vard, whose birthday falls on Jan- uary 1, was honored with a birth- day party by her parents. Favors and decorations for the 50 guests included balloons, paper horns and crepe paper streamers. A magical theme was carried out with the birthday cake being adorned by an imitation magician's hat with a rabbit peeking out. A professional magician provided en- tertainment. Assisting at the party were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Colley of San An- tonio, Judith's grandparents, and her aunt, Mrs. Myrtle Pebworth. 35$* THE SAFEST, LONGEST- WEARING TIRE EVER BUILT Tfe/Vew fimtone r~TvT-^ jOeoOvae ; ACHAMPION Rayon Cord at Regular Price •Rayon cordb • UP TO 55% STRONGER New Rayon Oord Baftl- Sured Body Gives Extra Protection Against Blowouts • UP TO 60% MORE NON-SKID ANGLES New Saftl-Grip Tread Provides Extra Prot...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 January 1947
Thursday, January 9, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Legal Notice NANCE NO. 115, AS AMENDED, OF THE CITY OF BELLAIRE. TEXAS, 740 Your C.B.S. Station ROSES make such a lovely gift for birthdays, anniversaries or other occasions. Send them often. CITY-WIDE DELIVERY WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS ART FLORIST "Let Flowers Say It" 2432 Bellaire M. 2-7441 CERTAIN ZONING REGULATIONS IN of the City of Bellaire, Texas, have pro> posed an amendment to Ordinance 115, as amended, of said City for changing the boundaries of Multiple Unit Dwelling Dis- 1, and certain zoning regulations id dis oard of Commission- esolution Planning of the City of Bellaire for its Commit ndation; and WHEREAS, said Planning C< WHEREAS, Not larly given of the time and place of Publi Hearing on said proposal as required by d Ordinance of the City of Bellaire, and and be of the .... of T< thereafter at the time and place s i said Notice, all parties desiring to card on said proposal were heard; and WHEREAS, the Board of ...
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Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 9, 1947 Political war—One in which rybody shoots from the lip. EVERY DAY SPECIAL KLEIN'S ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS 40c QUART Condit P.-T.A. Postpones Regular January Meet Officials of the Condit School Parent-Teacher Association in Bel- laire this week announced the postponement of the regular asso- ciation meeting scheduled for to- night. Reason for the postponement was given as conflicting with the annual dinner for the volunteer firemen of Bellaire and their wives which will be held tonight at Ding How Restaurant. The next meeting of the Parent- Teacher group will be in Febru- ary, it was announced. PHONE NOW FOR QUICK Repairs on Electric Appliances — JUST RECEIVED — COMB. RADIO RECORD PLAYER CLARION '15045 WITH STORAGE SPACE FOR RECORDS Johnson's Electric Floor Polisher For Rent By the Day « We Handle ALL TYPES ELECTRICAL Appliances GEIST ELECTRIC CO. Phono M. 2-2718 or M. 2-2260 lis SIXTH STREET BELLAIRE, TEXAS JANETS JOTTINGS- Del Adamso...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 January 1947
Thursday, January 9, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 OF HOUSTON'S MOST MODERN APPLIANCE STORE ON J. EDW. FARRINGTON, Owner SATURDAY JANUARY 11th W. H. DEMPSTER Authorized Dealer For: Bendix Automatic Home Laundry Products Crosley Products - General Electric Products Youngstown Kitchens R.C.A. Victor Eureka Vacuum Home Cleaning Sys- tems Carrier Air Conditioning-Room Units Recordio - By Wilcox Gay Manning Bowman Products Sunbeam Products Draper Maynard Sporting Goods Temco Products Coolerator Products a* what we have TO OFFER YOU! v We Are Happy To Announce That We Have Recently Been Appointed Your GENERAL Electric Dealer For The Southwestern Area Washers Refrigerators Electric Sinks Dishwashers Gas Ranges Jemco Gas Heater, Electric Heaters Radios Irons The Items Below Can Be BOIirtrr j MmER£D-Ope„ln°Da" Toasters Violet Ray Lamp, Room Coolers Kitchen Cabinets Water Heater, Electric Range, fl0rmGatiC RegU,at0" r„«r G?! Heaters toffee Makers Circulating Heater, Electric Table Grill, Dee...
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Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 9, 1947 Announcing the F( OF TH FARRINGTON 2400 BLOCK OF RICE BOULEVARD-I SATURDAY, -h ★ : ''• ..■*. ;; ' Sbfrffirk §>'hvM YOU ARE INVITED! v* • > * •* -y. ' „ 11 \H* ' ' r >i • i -v *> You are cordially invited to attend the Formal Opening of this beautiful* * v new building and visit with the friendly people who operate the busi- ness concerns. Your shopping convenience was uppermost in mind * * &Huyiatul<zti<M& to J. EDW. FARRINGTON ON THE OPENING OF HIS FINE NEW APPLIANCE STORE ALTHOUGH WE HAVE BEEN OPEN SINCE JAN. 2, WE WILL BE HAPPY TO HAVE YOU VISIT US AGAIN. CONSOLIDATED FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS We have only a few small size lockers available 2427 RICE BOULEVARD H. 4448 GREATER VALUES YOUR SPRING COTTONS ARE NOW ARRIVING • DRESSES • LINGERIE ¥ <9 ¥ * % * HOSIERY MODE O'DAY 2429 RICE BOULEVARD J. 2-3507 * <a
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—<M>- %- Thursday, January 9, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 FORMAL OPENING )F THE >N BUILDING tv % l/ARD—OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE JANUARY 11 th -/ -- ' ful* * when the building was planned and it is located in the heart of the Village so that it would he easily accessible by car or bus. The firms below hope that you will drop by Saturday, January 11, and inspect nd their new stores. %- * si- V * *' * V % TAYLOR'S BOOK SHOP 2431-33 Rice Boulevard H. 7539 —SEVEN DEPARTMENTS TO SERVE YOU— • STATIONERY and OFFICE SUPPLIES • GIFTS • IMPRINT SERVICE • TOYS and GAMES • RENTAL LIBRARY • BOOKS • GREETING CARDS YOU ARE INVITED! OPENING Saturday, January 11th J. EDW. FARRINGTON CO. HOUSTON'S MOST MODERN APPLIANCE STORE 2435 RICE BOULEVARD H.8720
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Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 9,1947 rfrntAex, NEW BUILDING JOINS THE VILLAGE FAMILY ARCHITECTS SKETCH OF THE NEW FARRINGTON BLDG. 0 rftteL . . . we coayuztcdcititotA fo J. EDW. FARRINGTON ON THE COMPLETION OF THE FARRINGTON BUILDING Located in the 2400 Block of Rice Blvd.—Opposite the Post Office The Village Shopping Center is already big and it is still growing. Conveni- ently located, with large areas for free parking and several bus lines running through the section, it is ideal for serving the buying needs of the whole com- munity. Progressive merchants offer you the finest merchandise at competitive prices. Many more large buildings are now under construction and will soon be completed, making The Village the finest shopping center for which any com- munity could ask. You have here a business group of which you may well be proud. Watch it grow! Best Wishes From the Following Firms and Individuals: Barbara Jean Beauty & Barber Shop Next to Village Theatre But...