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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 16 January 1947

Thursday, January 16, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 Tir«$tone Cleo**^ THE BIG EVENT THAT SAVES YOU MONEY AUTO SCISSORS JACK $r.55 Reg. 6.95 0 DUTCH OVEN (Aluminum Hammered $yl.35 Finish) — Reg. 5.45 1 WORK GLOVES one Reg. 35c fad SCATTER RUGS $«V95 21 in. x 36 in. L SCATTER RUGS $0.95 24 in. x 45 in O A Save 30% BUMPER JACK $ Jj .25 Reg. 1.79 ASTOR ELECTRIC HOT PLATE $£■75 Reg. 3.95 IRISH MAIL $13.25 Reg. 18.95 STAKE WAGON ^11 85 Reg. 15.95 BLOCK BOARD (Desk Type) M45 Reg. 4.98 HIGH BALLER SCOOTER $0.95 Reg. 9.95 NO. 7 B.M.C. PRESSURE LOCK $1.65 WRENCH — Reg. 2.75 1 NO. 9 B.M.C. PRESSURE LOCK $1.90 WRENCH — Reg. 3.50 1 LIONEL CHEMISTRY SET $£.95 Reg. 11.45 V HEDGE SHEARS $0-95 Reg. 4.95 £ ATOM NUT CRACKER $1.50 Reg. 2.50 A Your Neighborhood Firestone Dealer Store McMillan & toolan IN THE VILLAGE (Adjoining Village Theatre) J. 2-9907 Let's Get Acquainted | Proud of the fact that he is a native Texan is A. B. McGinty who was born in Bay City on No- vember 23, 1903. So many Texan...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 16 January 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 16, 1947 JITTER By Arthur Pointer REG'LAR FELLERS MUSEUM OF ' NATURAL HlStX* W°£2£- - By Gene Byrnes 1 By Bud Fisher MUTT AND JEFF HE LAUGHED OUT LOUD IN MY FACE; well,well.'the 1/ smiled stork sure r on me? smiled on you. mr. atom' that's a fine 1/ vert, so is little boy you joeys wilbur! FINE GOT THERE, mr. atom.' Use our classifieds to turn those odds and ends into cash. Ic^te If You're Having Tax Trouble We'll Help Harry Yonkers Company Peterson's Pharmacy Bldg. K. 3-1503 Talent Contest Set For Teen-Age Canteen At Friday's Dance A new feature for the Teen-Age Canteen, a talent contest, will be inaugurated tomorrow night at the regular meeting of the group, it was announced this week by Lee Barlow, entertainment chairman. Prizes will be awarded the win- ner each week, Lee said, with to- morrow's prize being a $15 gift book from Interstate Theatres. BERT TALIAFERRO M. 2-2456 Have You Met BERT? Let him help you plan that educa- tional fu...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 16 January 1947

Thursday, January 16, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 Presbyterian Women To Meet Next Thursday The January meeting; of the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Auxiliary will be held next Thurs- day at 10 a. m. at the church. Mrs. Malcolm Purcell, wife of the pastor, will present a study talk on India. Time wasted getting: even could be saved getting ahead. Houston Band House R. E. (Bob) Sepay EXPERT REPAIRING 812 McKinney F. 7761 Visit DAVIDSON'S for DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, PITTSBURGH PAINTS and GARDEN SUPPLIES. BELLA1RE at ■ a n in RICHMOND M. 2-0143 End of Bus Line HE LOST HIS HEAD . . . but found it again when he received complete satisfaction at RICE RADIO & APPLIANCE COMPANY. Radio and Vacuum Cleaner Repairing Rice Radio (Z*xl_ APPLIANCE CO. * Cf&USl OL* L&UA.I CUJOJUA. ' 2CI7 RICE BLVD. H0lKT0Ni.TEX. HADLEYOiOO Children Learn Gardening Best in Helping Grownups so taught will want a garden of Teaoh Children the Simple Gardening Skills by Yonr Example, Children love garden...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 16 January 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 16, 1947 E UALITV Ills n S A V E! S A V E i THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY SPECIALS FOR HUNT'S PrunePlums TAK-A-TASTE PURE APRICOT PRESERVES 2 « 49c BLACK BOTTOM CAKE 79 Laundry 3 LARGE J M BARS £ J ■ ivm DANISH PASTRIES . doz. 39c PARKER HOUSE ROLLS . . doz 15c SUNNY DAY SWEET PEPPERS PIMIENTO 4'/2 MR IV i mrm WISCONSIN AGED Cheese - 49c FRESH CALF Tongues 23c CHOICE BEEF POT Roast ■ 43c CHOICE BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK 53c CHOICE BEEF Short Ribs - 29c WE DRESS FRESH DAILY POULTRY ROSE-DALE PEAS - 15' YOUR EVERY DRUG NEED 50c SIZE PEBECO Tr°r 19c SOc SIZE Dr. WEST 25c 60c SIZE Maro Shampoo 29c 25c SIZE J. & J. TALCUM 14c 75c SIZE 0. J. LOTION 39c PRODUG JONATHAN Apples TEXAS JUICE ORANGES 2 - 29 YELLOW Onions 2 1 0 FIRM GREEN CABBAGE lie LARGE BUNCHES CARROTS BNCHS. lie BARBECUE Houston's Best Barbecue—Cooked in Our Own Pit BARBECUED BEEF LB. 99C BARBECUED SAUSAGE 49C WALKER'S AUSTEX TAMALES WITH CHILI GRAVY 15 oz. Can SHORTENING Snowdrift 3~...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

SOUTH WESTER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE. BELLAIRE. SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD. SOUTHAMPTON. SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA <#> m 9 Volume 3—Number 18 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 23, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Youngsters Inaugurate New Council At Local School Bellaire To Vote On $1,000,000 Bond Issue Saturday Water System, Sewage, Drainage, Streets, Park And Garbage Incinerator Included Residents of Bellaire will go to the polls Saturday to vote on the proposed financing of the largest improvement prorgam in the city's history—a $1,000,000 bond issue. Six proposals will confront the voters on the official ballot for separate consideration. Included will be $350,000 for waterworks; $320,000 for sanitary sewers and sewage disposal plant; $100,000 for drain- age and storm sewers; $100,000 for street improvements; $80,000 for park bonds, and $50,000 for a garbage incinerator. Work on Bellaire's bond issue was launched last May when th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 23, 1947 5DUTHWE5TER Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Beliaire, 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 3-556G HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 23, 1947 It's About Time We Grew Up For a decade or two now, Houston has consistently held the title of the nation's number 1 overgrown country town. Like an adolescent youngster whose folks can't afford to buy him clothes till they wear out, Houston (and Harris County, too) has been wearing pants that only come to the ankle. Funds av...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

Thursday, January 23, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 8 3 MiTO SUN VAOH Wit GOLD MEDAL PURE Specials for Friday and Saturday BLACK 1 lifebuoy soap 2-21 pepper CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOOP - 10' CAN 1LX5UIN H Grapefruit Juice 2^25 AMERICAN Sardines 2« 19' RED ROSE large BaR IVOR^ SOAP PEAS 2cn°NI25( LIBBY'S CUT RED Beets 14 HIT PARADE, DICED Pears ^ 39 BAR) CITKA GOLD mgg . Orange JUICE 2 si 25' DECKER'S 4^ Luncheonette Meat can 32 SKINNER'S MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI pIVpER NAPKINS 1 Monarch SALT 8 BOX (LlMlT ONE) BOX large 'SIM® 9 I (LIMIT ONE) , WE RESERVE THE * RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SALT PORK " 50c IDAHO POTATOES £. 39c GROUND ROUND HAMBURGER " 45c CABBAGE 2 lbs 9c LARGE PASCAL CELERY—19c STEW MEATjf_35c RATH BLACKHAWK SLICED BACON " 67c ORANGES 39c PUERTO RICAN YAMS 3 - 25c PORK CHOPS " 60c JONES BROS. FOOD MARKET 5204 BELLAIRE BOULEVARD (BELLAIRE) PHONE M. 2-3877

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 28, 1947 v MO LIE RE Piano School NEW BEGINNERS' CLASSES START JAN. 27TH Special Group for Ages 5 to 7 Opening for Only 1 Talented 2nd or 3rd Grade Pupil Thorough Technical Training—Complete Musical Foundation Make appointment 1925 BISSONNET ST. APPLIANCES - REFRIGERATION FLOOR FURNACES Complete Repair and Maintenance Set-ripe WASHING MACHINES—IRONS—MIXERS—FANS- TOASTERS—VACUUM CLEANERS—ELECTRIC MOTORS ALL OTHER APPLIANCES REFRIGERATION—DOMESTIC AND COMMERCIAL Call For and Delivery Service SUPERIOR PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CO. 2020 MORSE L. 7460 Years of Experience and Scores of Satisfied Cus- tomers is Your Assurance of First-Class Work I Upholstering Your living room furniture uphol- stered by experienced craftsmen will give you years of pleasure and satisfaction. Large selection of covers. Free estimates. Prompt service. Reasonable prices. Fred Miller Furniture Co. 310 Tuam Hadley 5434 Local Man Becomes Dad And Grandad Within 24 Hours The s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

Thursday, January 28, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Plft 5 WUP Masonic Lodge Announces Revival Of Building Plans West University Lodge No. 1292, A. F. & A. M., which was char- tered over a year ago but has not been set to work, now has definite building plans to submit to char- ter members and prospective char- ter members, it was announced this week by John K. Mooney, lodge master. Mr. Mooney has called a general meeting of all persons interested in the lodge on February 6 at 8 p. m. in the West University Community House. At this time, he said, all committees will make re- ports and will be given assign- ments. All Masons of the South- western section are invited to at- tend this meeting. The newly appointed district deputy grand master, W. L. Curt- ner, will attend the session. Other officers are Bascom N. Merchant, senior warden, and E. A. Viereck, junior warden New Water District Directors To Hear Withdrawal Requests Directors of Harris County Wa- ter District 12, recently create...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 23, 194.7 Braeswood Garden Club To Elect New Officers The annual election of officers of the Braeswood Garden Club will be held at the regular semi- monthly meeting of the club at 10 a. m. Tuesday, it was an- nounced this week. The election will be held in the home of Mrs. J. E. Kirkham of 4415 N. Roseneath, officials said. DIAMOND'S TINY TOWNE Owned and Operated by C. Jack and Lucille Diamond "KIDDIES' CLOTHES OF DISTINCTION" BOYS • Cradle Through Twelve • GIRLS AVALON SHOPPING CENTER 2610 Westheimer at Kirby H. 2525 ATTENTION SPECKLED TROUT FISHERMEN! We Have In Stock These Famous Baits: WALKIE-TALKIE BRIGHT EYES DIXIE SIREN JOHNSON SPRITE JOHNSON SILVER MINNOW TONY ACCETTA SPOONS <z*td npancf. at&er peered SHAKESPEARE REELS WONDEREEL— BALCLI THUMBLESS NYLON and CUTTYHUNK LINES STAINLESS STEEL and NYLON LEADERS TACKLE BOXES BAMBOO and STEEL RODS Outboard Motors and Boats BENTLEY'S SPORTING GOODS 2336 Bissonnet K. 3-5155 Bellaire P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

Thursday, January 23, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 JANEY'S JOTTINGS- High man with home-going West University school kids is Po- lice Chief Grady Smith, on traffic duty at school closing time, when all mamas arrive at the same time to pick up the kids, and try to leave at the same time. Pity the poor school officer who unmixes the traffic mix-ups, keeps the cars moving in the proper di- rections "on one-way streets, keeps out of the way of the kids and the cars and them out of the way of each other, and gets everyone started home safely. Any and all such officers should have a special badge for patience and forbear- ance. Some badges could be distrib- uted among some mamas, too! Women drivers! Badges for pati- ence and forbearance in traffic. But especially for slow, careful and cautious driving in the after- school rush. Medal For Grady So here, "Grady," is this scrumptious, shiny medal the kids would hang on you! Here, Officers G. D. Peyton, A. T. Scott and Geo. Ashcraft, also e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 23, 1947 This Is Tearable It happened in the lobby of a New York theatre. A man kept coming back to the box office to buy another ticket after getting one a few minutes before. He did this a number of times. Finally a man who had been watching stopped him. "Look," he said, "it's none of my business, but I hate to see you wasting your money like that. All you need is one ticket." "I know," cried the man pite- ously, "but can I help it if that jerk over there at the door keeps tearing them up?" West University Church of Christ Rice at Auden Sts. Ret. Phone M. 2-6556 Sends a personal invitation to YOU to worship at all services of the Church. GospA preaching and con- gregational singing. YOU will en- joy the services. "More than a welcome awaits YOU." Bible School 20:00 A.M. Worship and Sermon. .. .10:50 A.M. Young People's Meeting. .5:15 P.M. BASIL C. DORAN Minister EVENING... 6 P. M. Mid-Week Servic. Wed S P.M. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

Thursday, January 23, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 FIVE, SIX, and SEVEN- YEAR OLD BLENDED WHISKIES. 86.8 PROOF — 671/2% Grain Neutral Spirits I *)€'& "WED IN THE WOOD!" OLD THOMPSON A GlENMORE PRODUCT Oli ii mo re's H OLD BRAND smM Wilis ky THERE'S NO WHISKEY EXACTLY LIKE MEL- LOW OLD THOMPSON. IT ALONE HAS THE GLENMORE TOUCH-OF-QUALITY — PLUS THE MATCHLESS FLAVOR OF OLD KEN- TUCKY! 86.8 PROOf OLD THOMPSON IS ANOTHER OF THE OUTSTANDING NATION- ALLY ADVERTISED LIQUORS AND WINES BROUGHT YOU BY WAREHOUSE LIQUOR STORES! FULL FIFTH Remember: WAREHOUSE LIQUOR STORES' PRICES REMAIN LOW EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR! LARGEST VARIETY OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED WINES & LIQUORS IN HOUSTON!

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 23, 1947 RAMBLING.... Celebrating his seventh birthday with a party last week was Dale Webb, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Webb of 4217 Villanova. Twenty- five children enjoyed the games and refreshments which featured a large cake designed in the shape of a merry-go-round. . . . Glad to see Erna Beth Foxworth of 3901 Rice Boulevard up and around after a stay in the hos- pital. . . . Lots of congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dache of Victoria, Texas, who are now the new parents of a six-pound baby girl. Mrs. Bill's Imported and Domestic WHISKEY ♦ BRANDY ♦ RUM WINES ♦ CHAMPAGNE You can always depend on BILL'S PACKAGE STORE 2422 Rice Blvd. Jackson 2-2827 COVER YOUR FLOOR WITH BROADFELT CARPET —SOFT and COLORFUL— We Especially Recommend It OVER ASPHALT TILE. LARGE SELECTION OF COLORS Also Brussels Type All-Wool Surface Carpet Venetian Blinds MADE - TO - MEASURE IN DELUXE WOOD ALUMINUM or STEEL TH£ VENETIAN BLIND SHOP 2504 Bissonnet Distingui...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

Thursday, January 23, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 • « t <9 • <1 • (t VITAL TO YOU PASSAGE OF THE $7,000,000 BOND ISSUE SATURDAY, JANUARY 25 • Will provide $32,000,000 improvement program in Harris County during the next 5 years. The State of Texas offers to match $25,000,000 to our $7,000,000. • Will purchase right-of-way for 120 miles of State Highways, permitting county funds which now are tied up to be spent on further county improvements — roads, bridges and other vitally- needed public services. • Will give Harris County the first toll-free tunnel service of its kind in the entire world. The two tunnels under the Ship Channel will connect Pasadena with Galena Park and the Tri-Cities (Goose Creek, Baytown, Pelly) with the La Porte Area. • Will permit the county and state to spend a $6,000,000 payroll to employ local labor and buy local materials for the tunnel projects. • Will eliminate ferry handicaps and induce more industries to build in the Ship Channel Area. • Wil...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 23, 1947 Local Square Dance Club Performs At Inaugural The Southwestern section was well represenetd at the governor's inaugural ball in Austin this week by the Junior Square Dance Club, instructed by Dr. Carl Journell. Square dance units from all sec- tions of the country were present to "do-si-do" in the staid Senate Hall, and reports indicate that the local group was among the best. The Square Dance Club, which meets Sunday afternoons in the school cafeteria of St. Vincent de Paul, is composed of some 30 teen- age youngsters. Officers of the club are George Theall, Dolores Coughey, Carolyn Kiatta, Michael Maher and DaVid Giles. LOOK ARE YOUR PILLOWS FRESH AND FLUFFY? ARE YOU BOTHERED WITH COLDS? We Can Help These Conditions With WARM AIR ATTIC FURNACE FOR YOUR HOME AND HEALTH'S SAKE Especially Adapted For Low Roof Installation LESS THAN $500.00 Call F. T. BOBBITT COMPANY M. 2-1732 P. O. BOX 99, BELLAIRE, TEXAS W. University Garden Club...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

Thursday, January 23, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 tftll talk By GAY SANDERS . . . Most of you kids probably already know it, but the elections were held at the Canteen last Fri- day night, and TOMMY QUAIDY is the new president. Tommy was so cute, passing out "election" gum like mad. . . . CAROLYN BROWN is really proud of the 121 points she bowled last Saturday at the bowl- ing alley. (Well, she's only a be- ginner!) She is a member of the San Jacinto bowling league. . . . CHARLOTTE McCALL is a very changeable girl. Last week it was definitely DON BAILEY, but this week she's having a hard time trying to make up that mind of hers between DON and EDDIE BARZIZA. Any girl would hate to be in her shoes. . . . SONNY DeLONG and GENE KENNEDY were in a ter- rible Cushman bang-up the other day. Gene still can't remember what happened, but there's plau- sible proof of the wreck, 'cause his lip is swelled out a mile (and he just got a new trumpet, too) and Sonny is still wearing house slippe...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 23, 1947 Bellaire Lions Club To Take Part In Charter Presentation Rites Plans were being: made this week by the Bellaire Lions Club to participate in the ceremony on February 20 at which time Melvin Jones, secretary of Lions Inter- national, will present a charter to the South Houston Lions Club, the 400th Lions Club to be formed in Texas. The recent meeting of the Bel- laire group featured past presi- dents' night and was highlighted by C. R. Munger, first president of the club, who re-enacted the charter night for the Bellaire group. D. P. Manning announced that Lions signs had been placed on all highways entering Bellaire and in the vicinity. The Lions will hold their regu- lar semi-monthly meeting at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday in the Plaza Hotel. J. J. Tryling is program chairman. ONE STOP FOOD SERVICE SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.—Week Days 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.—Sundays BARNEY'S MARKET QUALITY ALWAYS 2623 Bissonnet H. 0028 LEGAL...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

Thursday, January 23, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 Brae Burn Garden Club Will Hold Tuesday Meet Mrs. W. B. Campbell of 5303 Pine will be hostess to the regular semi-monthly meeting of the Brae Burn Garden Club in her home at 10 a. m. Tuesday. Mrs. J. B. Latchford will be co-hostess. The program will feature a dis- cussion by Mrs. J. B. Victory on old prints and fruits. Mrs. Vic- tery has a fine collection of pic- tures showing the prints which she will exhibit to the club members. True liberty consists in the priv- ilege of enjoying our own rights, not in the destruction of the rights of others.—Pinckard. TO THE VILLAGE WE WILL BRING THE COUNTRY'S CHOICE QUALITY LINES OE MERCHANDISE. in rut HOUSTON Soon To Be Serving You HAVE YOU BEEN BY B TO SEE US? COME IN AND LOOK AROUND You're Always Welcome Open 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. &i&4o*wet HOME FURNISHERS Next to Bentley's Sporting Goods 2340 Bissonnet H. 5400 Here to spend the winter with her son, Nelson C. Sears of 4245 Judson, is ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 23 January 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 28, 1947 ANTS AND ROACHES TERMITE CONTROL RELIABLE BONDED SERVICE Telephone J. 2-4355 for Complete Information WEST UNIVERSITY PEST CONTROL BUDDY GLASS — VAL CARLSON — PAT GLASS, Ovum FOR YOUR EVERY HOUSEHOLD NEED BURKH ART'S Toys — Sporting Goods — Lumber — Gifts — Hardware — Paints — Home Appliances — Norge Washers — Norge Refrigerators — Launderall Automatic Washers — Zenith Radios — Nursery Furniture — Radio Repairs 2415 TIMES BLVD. (1 Blk. North Village Theatre) K. 3-2591 THERE IS NO NEED TO HEAD THIS AD WAKE UP BELLAIRE! THE WIDE AWAKE CITIZENS OF BELLAIRE WILL VOTE FOR THE BONDS SATURDAY, JANUARY 25 A. B. Seward, Commissioner (Paid Political Advertisement) NewWUP Sewage Disposal Plant In Operation Pollution From City Now Nil As Unit Reported Efficient Engineer W. A. Hamlett, member of the West University city council who has been delegated by his fellow councilmen to super- vise West University's new sewage disposal plant, is pictu...

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