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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 February 1947

I Thursday, February 6, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 Presbyterian Women To Hold Thursday Meeting The two circles of the St. An- drew's Women's Auxiliary will hold their regular meetings at 10 a. m. next Thursday, it was announced this week. Circle No. 1 will meet in the home of Mrs. Donald Robinson of 3747 University Boulevard. Co- hostesses are Mrs. E. C. Irwin and Mrs. E. S. Marie. A nursery will be provided at 4212 Rice Boule- vard. Mrs. George Kingelin of 3784 Harper will be hostess to the mem- bers of Circle No. 2, with Mrs. C. A. Gajewsky as co-hostess. Definition: Impatience—waiting in a hurry. FRED G. OLSON Insurance Service Serving The Village and Southwest Section— Homes — Auto — Business OFFICE: 7S15 S. Main M. 2-1681 RESIDENCE: 2418 Southgate M. 2-3685 Call for Rate & Coverage State Health Officer Warns Against Danger Of Trichinosis From Eating Under-Done Pork Now that the winter season is here and pork and pork products are more freely used, warning against insuf...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 February 1947

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 6, 1947 ,W\\ These Specials Good For— THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY QUALITY MEATS CHOICE BEEF Sirloin Steak - 55c CHOICE BEEF Oven Roast 3 45c CHOICE BEEF Club Steaks u, 55c FRESH TENDER Calf Tongues . 2T LEAN LOIN Pork Chops - 45c DRESSED FRESH IN OUR OWN PLANT Fryers dtd 53' TEXSUN BIG A "ll GRAPEFRUIT JUICE w17' RATH BLACK HAWK—VACUUM COOKED ^ ^ BREAKFAST SAUSAGE ^29 33333 PINEAPPLE LAYER CAKE 79' APPLE SAUCE Cup Cakes DOZ. 29' CLOVERLEAF Rolls DOZ. 19' Decorated Cakes For All Occasions— Weddings, Birthdays, Etc. GEBHARDTS TAMALES — WITH CHILI GRAVY — NO. 300 CAN 15' RIO STAR FRESH BLACKEYE PEAS nC°an21? ood Values PRESERVES 2^49° TAK-A-TASTE PURE APRICOT LADY BETTY MINCE is oz. MEAT JAR SIFERS CHOCOLATE 19° Syrup -z23[ ORODUf SUNNY DAY—SWEET PEPPERS Pimiento 10c LIFEBUOY—TOILET SOAP SOAP 2 bars 19' LIPTON Tea Bags lffS COUNT 17' FLOTILL—IN HEAVY SYRUP PEACHES & PEARS NO. 2Vg CAN 29' c^£Ett s Tomato Soup 2—19 YOOQ values. PEELED WHOLE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

5DUTHWESTER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BELLAIRE. SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD. SOUTHAMPTON. 50UTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA ★ * Volume 3—Number 21 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 13, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year ) ($ (0 ((• (• #1 Southgate Civic Club Elects Officers For 1947 J. Stewart Perry Is t Named President To ( Succeed John E. Wolf J. Stewart Perry of 2043 Addi- son last week was named president of the Southgate Civic Club during e the group's first meeting of 1947 L. at Bill Williams' Restaurant. — Other officers elected were U. D. Porter of 2247 Goldsmith, vice- president; W. H. Crain of 2124 i Southgate, treasurer, and Mrs. r J. S. McGavren of 2143 Goldsmith, • secretary. Mr. Perry will succeed John E. Wolf of 2123 Swift, re- tiring president. ^ The 100 club members who at- ™ tended the meeting heard commit- tee reports on building restric- tions, street lights, membership and anti-noise ordinances as well as plans for 1947. Herbert L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 13, 1947 50UTHWE5TER 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, FEBRUARY 13, 1947 week With the opening Sunday of National Brotherhood Week, the citizens of America are faced again with the challenge of leading the world toward a fulfillment of the Golden Rule of democracy. America, the hope of the world, can, through its unity, be the light to lead all to a under- standing of the one-ness of mankind. Brothe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

Thursday, February 13, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 8 TALK By GAY SANDERS ... The Gaucho Ball last Fri- ™ day night at the Rice Hotel was a huge success. The girls toasted the old and new officers for two hours, and then had that wonderful dance they'd all looked forward to. And can you believe it, the last dance £ lasted for 15 minutes. . . . CAROLYN BROWN was really proud being able to dance the Officer's Dance, since she was newly elected second lieutenant of the Bugles. DUBBY DICKSON, her date, is a second lieutenant • too, so everything came out just right. . . . The Canteen was beautifully decorated at the Valentine dance last Friday night, thanks to the efforts of JOHNNY MILLER, LEE BARLOW and the decorat- NUCOA and BREAD for after-school snacks! IT'S RIGHT FOR FLAVOR IT'S RKNT FOR NUTRITION! ing committee. Everybody had a swell time, I'm sure. . . . There was good entertain- ment, too. KATHERINE BUNCH sang a GAL IN CALICO, BON- NIE BARROW sang THE OLD LAMPLIGHTER, accompanie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 13, 1947 Use Classified Columns. List With Us for quick service. QUALITY HOMES IN West University — Bellaire Southside — Soutbgate and South End N. R. WALL REALTY CO. Main at Southgate K. 3-2523 J. 2-7988 M. 2-7577 M. 2-8150 WUP Fire Department To Be Host Tonight To Gulf Coast Group The West University Fire De- partment will be host tomorrow to the regular meeting of the Gulf Coast Firemen's Association at a dinner and business meeting be- ginning at 6 p. m. in the Pershing Junior High School. The annual election of officers of the association will feature the business session, it was announced, to be followed by a dinner and dancing in the school gymnasium. Twenty-four cities within a ra- dius of 90 miles of Houston are represented in the association. The group was sponsored and formed in 1932 by the West University department. A pumper race, regular feature of the association's meetings, will highlight the entertainment pro- gram. A blu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

Thursday, February 13, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Say Good-bye To Washday Drudgery! YOUR ENTIRE WEEK'S WASH DONE AUTOMATICALLY WHILE YOU SHOP OPEN MONDAY, FEB. 17™ 2532 AMHERST THE POSTWAR WAY TO END WASHDAY DRUDGERY 1. Bring your laundry to the Launderette. Empty it into your Bendix. 2. Add soap (it's free!)—and wait (or go shopping). 3. Take laundry home—cleansed, sweet, white, damp dry- in 30 minutes exactly. UP TO 8lbs WASHED RINSED DAMP DRIED 25c USING 39 OF THE FAMOUS BENDIX AUTOMATIC HOME LAUNDRIES OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY FEBRUARY 16-3 P.M. TO 7P.M. LAUNDERETTE IN THE VILLAGE OPEN EVERY WEEK DAY FROM 8 A. M. TO 8 P. M.

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 13, 1947 Local Masons To Buy Property On Edloe For Lodge Building John K. Mooney, lodge master of West University Lodge No. 1292, A. F. & A. M., this week announced that an option which the club holds on a lot located on Edloe Street, across from the West University Elementary School, would be exercised and the lot pur- chased as a site for a Masonic Hall. The announcement came after a meeting of the group last week at which time the 50 members of the lodge present pledged between $4,000 and $5,000 toward the building fund. "We have 150 members in the lodge," Mr. Mooney said in an interview this week, "and a can- vass of the members not present at last week's meeting will add to our building fund." "In addition," Mr. Mooney said, "many of our members have pledged the donation of certain building materials such as brick, tile and electrical equipment." Architect's plans for the new structure, also to be donated by lodge members, will b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

Thursday, February 13, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Zindler Defends Regime In Open Letter To Citizens; Will Not Run Again February 10, 1947 Citizens of Bellaire: From time to time during the past several months certain indi- viduals have, for reasons best known to themselves, circulated among you with tales about the operation of your City Govern- ment and the individuals respon- sible to you as public officials. With reckless disregard for the facts, these same individuals have attempted to destroy your confi- dence in your elected officials, have published unsigned circulars containing slanderous statements that will not bear the light of impartial investigation. I urge you in fairness to your community to check the source and correct- ness of all statements concerning your City Government. So that you may know the truth; here are some facts and figures to compare with the wild statements published in the anonymous circular passed around in a last minute desperate effort to defe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 13, 1947 Two hundred million pounds of peanuts is a lot of goobers, but that's the amount used annually by American confectioners in their tasty peanut candies. Nearly 10,- 000 freight cars would be neces- sary to ship them unshelled. 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 Three Churches Of Section Announce Building Plans Lutherans, Baptists And Catholics Will Construct Edifices Construction will begin some time this year on a church and educational building for Christ the King Evangelical Lutheran Church at Rice Boulevard and Greenbriar Drive, it was announced this week by the Rev. Kenneth Larson, pas- tor. Two other churches of the sec- tion also announced building plans this week. Rev. J. D. Connolly, pastor of St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church, 3309 Bellaire Boulevard, made public a $300,000 building ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

Thursday, February 13, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 What is an oil man"? At Shell it means 1152 different kinds of jobs Co\ Survey s^everyday intbe activiUes >3 promoted d choice ^ dividual -trf ixation. ^^ties suited to ^ y\ offers 0pp0rt ________ . < \ abilities--- \h\ •I • A wall, a tree, a rope: Remember the blind Hindus who tried to describe an elephant by touch? One felt its side and said, "Like a wall." One felt a leg and said, "A tree." And the tail-toucher said, "A rope." Limited contact denied them the full picture. Most of us— touching the petroleum industry at just a few points—would find it hard to answer the question, "What is an 'oil man'?" Truth is stranger: To tell the full scope of jobs "in oil" would take a book—and then some. At Shell, an "oil man" may beascientist—brilliant inhischosen work—a chemist, physicist, botanist, agri- cultural expert. Or in other types of work, he may be a cashier, a clerk, a statistician. Any old bones? Fascinating, among the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 13, 1947 Teen-Agers Approve Raising Age Limit For Canteen Members A resolution, prepared by offi- cers of the Teen-Age Canteen, raising the age limit in the organi- zation from 17 to 19 was approved by Canteen members last \yeek at the regular business meeting and dance of the group. The resolution was requested by several members of the Canteen who have attained their 18th birth- day and who wished to remain in the group. Highly successful in its two years of operation, the Can- teen numbers over 200 members with an average of 170 in attend- ance at each meeting. The meeting last week, in the form of a Valentine party and dance, featured the regular talent contest attraction which was by Pat Fegnolio. Dana James and Steve Childers won the door prize, a box of candy each. Plans are being made, it was reported, for the installation of colored lights to provide illumina- tion at the dances in place of the present overhead white lights. The...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

Thursday, February 13, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 m West University Girl Weds In Home Rites Candlelight Ceremony Unites Penny Wadkins And Capt. D. M. Nethery Mis. Penny Wadkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Goode Tucker of 2710 Albans, last week became the bride of Capt. Donald M. Nethery, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Nethery of Houston, in a candlelight service solemnized in the home of the bride's parents. Dr. Charles L. King read the marriage vows before an impro- vised altar flanked by gleaming white tapers in floor candelabra and decorated with profusions of lilies, smilax and greenery. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown See Us For Your Favorite ★ WINES WHISKEY SCOTCH Specials on Domestic and Imported Wines and Whiskey VILLAGE Package Store 2437 University L. 7100 THE BLIND MAN SAYS: "The FINEST PREWAR QUALITY of solid ladder tape, milled in MAN- CHESTER, ENGLAND is now coming in plentifully. "Watch For Quality" You too, will be highly gratifie...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 13, 1947 Bellaire Boy Scouts To Attend Church Services Members of the Bellaire Cub Pack and Boy Scout Troop, in ob- servance of National Boy Scout Week, will attend morning services at the Bellaire Presbyterian Church Sunday, it was announced this week. The pastor, Rev. Edwin W. Al- bright, stated that his sermon sub- ject would be "Being Prepared," following the theme of the Boy Scout motto. All parents and friends of the cubs and scouts ar tend the service, said. ; invited to at- Rev. Albright Remember! Your classified ad is read by thousands of our sub- scribers. SO sweethearts... for Spring in time for Valentine's Day! H A L F - S I Z E Rayon Crepe DRESSES with thai youthful drape SIZES 16l/2 TO 24l/2 Typical of the last word in Spring dress design . . . featuring slight- ly longer skirts and semi-silhouette styling. Note the clevery detailed side-drape skirt, and embroidered corsage at shoulder. Choice of Navy -or Black. 10.95 Swdai...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

Thursday, February 13, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 West University Lions To Stage Minstrel March 13-15; Funds To Be Used For Charity The West University Lion Club's second annual minstrel, "Blackface and Beauty of 1947," will be given at Lamar High School for three nights, on March 13, 14 and 15, it was announced by Allen B. Gibson, general chair Featuring most of the blackface comedians and chorus who took part in the first show last year, along with the famed Tex-Ador- ables in song, dance and parade numbers, the minstrel is planned as the club's major fund-raising undertaking for the year, Mr. Gib- son said. Funds raised by this and other events will be used to carry out the West University Lions' varied charitable, civic and fraternal tivities. With the minstrel running three nights, instead of two as ir 1946, even bigger revenue is ex pected, which would permit expan sion of the 1947 program. However, the club officers, in- cluding Wesley A. Kuenemann president, are proud o...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 13, 1947 Good News For Golfers Aluminum golf clubs with an adjustable weight device will soon be the talk of the fairways. Heads are of Reynolds Lifetime alumi- num and cannot crack, swell, chip, split, or come loose. Removing a small die in the bottom makes it possible to screw metal weights onto the shank, adjusting the weight to fit the player's needs. The first United States postage stamp in 1847 was worth five cents and carried Franklin's pic- ture. ABLE FURNITURE CO. 4625 Bellaire Blvd. Upholstering • Refinishing • Repairing • Draperies • Slip Covers ELECTRIC APPLIANCES PROCTOR NEVER LIFT IRONS THERMOSTAT $1 085 CONTROLLED I 11 Up G.E. ELECTRIC CLOCKS FOR BEDROOM, KITCHEN and ORNAMENTAL NEW STOCK OF TABLE LAMPS PRESTO—WEAR-EVER and UNIVERSAL 2 QT. and 4 QT. PRESSURE COOKERS LIMITED NUMBER OF G. E. OSCILLATING TABLE FANS J. EDW. FARRINGTON CO. COMPLETE LINE OF HOME APPLIANCES 2435 RICE BLVD. IN THE VILLAGE H. 87Z0 RAMBLING.... J. A....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

Thursday, February 13, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 Five-Act Floor Show To Headline Program For Church Festival A five-act floor show will fea- ture the Mardi Gras Fiesta to be sponsored by the Young Peoples Service League and the Women's Association of St. Mark's Epis copal Church on Tuesday, at th< West University Community House. Headlining the show will be 11- year-old Herbert W. Peterson, ma- rimba artist of unusual ability and talent. He has appeared as guest soloist several times on local radio stations. Other acts will include solo dancing, a hillbilly trio, square dancing and a surprise comedy act. Two floor shows will be presented, one at 6 p. m., the other at 8 p. m. A dinner will be served beginning at 5:30. Tickets at $1.20 per person may be obtained from any member of the two church groups. it Request Taxes! Outdoorsmen are the only class who ask that their sport be taxed. They have demanded fishing li- censes, hurtting licenses and fed- eral duck stamps so that ...

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

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 13, 1947 DEFINITIONS Cabaret: Place where they take the rest out of restaurant, and put the din in dinner. Conscience: An inner voice that G. T. BLAIR FULLER BRUSHES warns us someone is looking. Etc.: Sign used to make others believe you know more than you do. Vision: What people think you have when you guess right. Gold Digger: One who doesn't love a flat man. Bank: Place where you can bor- row money if you prove you don't need it. College Education: A four-year plan for confusing a young mind methodically. PERMANENT WAVES For That Well Groomed Look Let Our Experts Style Your Hair Our Staff of Expert Operators now includes: Lou Burkett • Aline James CLOSED MONDAYS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE RICE BOULEVARD BEAUTY SHOP ENJOY BREAKFAST WITH US TEMPTING FOOD TASTILY PREPARED Specializing in Old Fashioned Pit Barbecue of Top Quality K. C. Meats DINE HERE or TAKE SOME HOME SHRIMP COCKTAIL or SALAD TENDER, JUICY, K.C. STEAKS "You've Tried The Rest— ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

Thursday, February 13, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 "FOR THE RICH FLAVOR OF THE TROPICS, NOTHING BEATS dm Here Are Some Outstand- ing Brands of Rum Now Available at Warehouse Liquor Stores: • Bacardi • Ron Rico • RIondo • Windward • Myers Jamaica • Lemon Hart Recipes for Rum! BACARDI COCKTAIL No. 1 1 jigger of Bacardi Rum Juice of ono lime 1 daah grenadine Shake well Serve in Cocktail Glass BACARDI DUBONNET 1/3 jigger Barcardl 1/3 jigger Dubonnet 1 spoon grenadine 1 spoon lime juice Stir with ice Strain into Cocktail Glass "FROM CALIFORNIA TO CAIRO— FROM HOUSTON TO HANKOW, RUM IS THE DRINK FOR EVERY- ONE!" iw( \&% r\W ■ C\ # iL: ■ LARGEST VARIETY OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED WINES & LIQDORS IN IMIN-20I2 LOUISIANA

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 February 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 13, 1947 Faith American Church Plans Lenten Services Rev. Holland L. Miesel, S. T. M., pastor of Faith American Lu- theran Church, this week an- nounced a Wednesday evening service to be held each week dur- ing Lent. The service will be held at 8 p. m. in the Varsity room of Ye Old College Inn. The theme of the services will be obtained, Reverend Miesel said, from the traditional seven words that Jesus spoke from the Cross. It's motive alone that gives character to the actions of men. —Bruyere. COMPLETE LINE OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED FISHING TACKLE BENTLEY'S Sporting Goods 2336 Bissonnet K. 3-51S5 BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME WITH LOVELY CUSTOM MADE VENETIAN S| BLINDS ^ WOOD, METAL or ALUMINUM ANY COLOR DESIRED MADE AND INSTALLED WITHIN ONE WEEK ! Engagement Announced REPAIRING AND REFINISHING 4 DAY SERVICE Above is Miss Ellen Nora Hopkins whose engagement and ap- proaching marriage to David Drue Pollan, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Pollan of 2012 Dry...

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