The Southwest Citizen (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 57, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 11, 1950 Page: 4 of 24
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THE CITIZEN, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 19V)
THURSDAY MAY 1 1 • FRIDAY MAY 12*SATURDAY MAY 13
Meat Specials Two Locations 6900 Stela Link Road
2531 Rice Boulevard
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MEATS ONLY - 2531 RICE
Phi Kappa Phi
To Initiate 41
In U-H Chapter
Forty-one new members of Phi
Kappa Phi, national senior honor
society, will be initiated into the
University of Houston chapter on
The initiation will take place at
a dinner at Ye Olde College Inn at
8 p.m. The students were elected
by members of the chapter at a
meeting of the organization April
The new members are John J.
Arthur, Oscar B. Bourn. Samuel
|C. Brandon. Nick Chanak, Robert
S. Coe. James J. Cole. Edwin C.
Daniels, Charles R. Denson, Glyn-
Bill Mellow. 12, of 2615 Bissonncl. left, and Bob Arringtun
16 4-18 Amherst, are two of the most popular carrier, of The
f'l'ti/en Bill’s route include. The Village huMneaa area. He 1,
ip the huh sixth at Poe School. Bob is a junior at Lamar Huh,
delivers in Ayrshire Place. ________________
worth D. Enoch, Louis C. Fergu-
son. Dorothy Marie French, Mae
Chandler Gates, Thornton C.
Greer, Kenneth M. Griffith, Tim
Hall, Waldemar Fred Henniger,
Jr., Jeannette Inniss, Kenneth S. name of four new
Lone Star Beer Airs New Shows
"Take A Break
theiBob Irving, the station’s smgmg-
emcee of the show.
show, *<dedj—c;;ature6 a mfferent „m<
Jones, Ada Ruth Kirk, Meyerjby KXYZ. jjn a million” song each day, the
Klein. John M. Legare. Harry The 10:15 p.m. "Take A Break number being picked from song,
Jerome Martin, James A, Mona-|Tjme', jS something entirely neWj0f which over a million recording,
han, Jr„ Cecil J. Mullins, RudolphL ,.ac|j0 programs. Called "Lone-jhave been sold.
Saucillo. Pauline Anita Scott. Bill|some Qal," the show features n \ Western music show, called
Sherrill. Frank E. Shown, Pauline|suitrv . voiced girl who talks hi "The Lone Star Ramblers," is at
Douglas Sims, Harvey L. Skinner,!her auciience in a soft, slow man-ji2;45 noon, with announcer Roland
Bud Swiss. Irving A. Taylor. Ray-nel. asajnst a background of Baker, known on the progiam a,
mond D. Thompson, Joseph Gil-:dl.eamv. music. Actual identity of -R0ilickin Rollo."
bert Thompson. Jr., Maty Eliza- ,-Lonesome Gal,” is kept secreti GUy Savage has the 6:05 p.m.
beth Timm. John F. Vaglienti, an(( a|j pictures of her show her show. Savage, widely known
William W. Vann, David G. Wil-!wearjng a mask, "Lonesome Gal spoltscaster. gives the latest spoil,
liams, Doris L. Heitmever, Henry s,;irts next Monday and will be:news and interviews local and na-
heard each night at 10:15 p.m.-,|tional sports figures.
[Monday through Friday. ) Sponsor of all four air show,
! The other three "Take A Rreakiis the Lone Star Distributing rom-
Tirnes’’ started last week. Thejpany. Bob Derden is local man-
first, at 10 a.m. each morning, hasjager of the company.
Cracida and Frieda Kestenberg.
WAC Officer Here
To Enlisl Reserves
Capt. Mary Jane Bailey, WAC
[advisor for the Texas Military
District at Austin, is in Houston
for two weeks to contact ex-
servicewomen and explain the
WACS reserve program.
Capt. Bailey will make her|
headquarters at the Instructor’s
Office of the Organized Reserved
Corps. 720 Dallas Ave. All for-
mer WACS who are interested in
joining the reserve are urged to
contact Capt. Bailey in person
by calling ATwood 6681.
Boy Carriers For
Call Or Contact
LY-6948 Or VI-3587
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Murphy, John H. & Carroll, Jim. The Southwest Citizen (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 57, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 11, 1950, newspaper, May 11, 1950; Houston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth566232/m1/4/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.