The Southwest Citizen (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 19, 1950 Page: 5 of 28
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THE CITIZEN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1950
Clubs Began First Library
(Continued from Page 1) The Womans Club and four
club would purchase a suiUhle other organizations joined to-
gether to establish a library.
site and promise upkeep.
IB. go $1.45
(Continued from Page 1) spank. If junior is more than
parents of the younger genera- three years old he s too big to
Along with her library work, *ion. If he decides t0 tear down that
Mrs. Carleton is a member of Most of us fathers, particularly. 5€ctlon lhe building where
the Salvation Army Board, pres- it seems, do everything wrong, your apartment is located you
ident of the Fourth District of This is especially true, we were shouldn't stop him. Just watch
the Texas Federation of Worn- told, of the way we punish the carefully he takes each brick
en’s Clubs and on the Speakers little ones.
Bureau for the Community If junior is less
Chest. years old he is too small to talk loudly to him at this time,
you may unnerve him and he
may do something worse, like
Shop Center Has Bright Color Scheme
(Continued from Page 1) square foot floor space, 90% of plete service selection will be
in exceptionally brilliant colors, which will be devoted to sales. available. Lighted parking areas
The new market will have 12,500 There will be a 18 by 40 foot for night shoppers here been in-
_______plate glass entrance with elec- eluded in the design.
trie eye doors. It is planned to C. Mike Murphy of the Braes-
Sch00l GiV&S continue the brilliant color theme wood Center Corporation, an-
y~ii.ii on t^1€ inter>or market nounced that this would be one
Lnilaren Aid With hedge lighted murals. of the largest such centers in
Greenwood said that the cen- Houston. Construction is being
(Continued from Page 1) f€r jg pianned as „ community done by the Linbeck Construo
out and you will discover that and are e,, ^ to school S€rv*<* unit. There will be no tion Company and Walter Moore
than three he has r‘me inhibitions. Do not nurse whf) in turn has the child’s romP*ting businesses and a com- is the structural engineer
parents to consult a physician.
For articulatory problems
Republican when he caused from stuttering or rere-
bral palsy Mrs. Friedman diag-
noses the case using articulation
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If junior decides to hit you
over the heart don't show fear, cards to lest sound. To test the
just sit still If vou show fear or sound of “p" she would show
scream vou will set a bad ex- ‘he child a picture of a pine-
ample and he, too. will be afraid, apple and then hear his version
If junior wants to eat Wheaties ‘hat sound. While he speaks
with broken glass over them, let she would check the movements
him do it. To try to control his his lips, jaws and tongue,
eating habits is definitely wrong. and also check the foimation of
It used to be that a man’s his teeth,
home was his castle. But if these In hearing tests she would use
child psychologists keep up their the audiometric exam. Later she
work in the P-TA home is going would help the child to hear the
to become a horror chamber. sound as it should be made.
Chest Names School Heads
(Continued from Page 1) Elementary school general
chairmen and their sections in- chairman is Miss Dorothy C.
elude Mrs. Cecile Foerester, su- Sone|js of will Rogers School.
perintendent’s office; H. O. Roll- . . , .
, u c Other elementary school leaders
firtg, business office ana H. o.
Brnnnen, business office. and th«ir arfa! indurie Mlss
High schools section chairman Kathryn Bailey of Bonner
is A. C. Frye of Sam Houston School, Southeast area, and Mrs.
Senior High School. Richard wi|ma Jorgensen of Montrose
Pershing Junior High
is in charge
school as Southwest area chair-
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Wilson, Mary Rich & Murphy, John H. The Southwest Citizen (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 19, 1950, newspaper, October 19, 1950; Houston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth522763/m1/5/: accessed December 4, 2023), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.