The Citizen (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 32, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 11, 1948 Page: 4 of 26
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Wednesday, February I1 if'43
The piano is the
basic instrument of
all musical train-
ing. and there is
no piano that has
greater appeal than
tional piano for the
THE CITIZEN W.U. Improvements Plan Discussed
A publication of News, Inc. Glenn H. McCarthy, chairman of Continued from Page 1
the board; C. C. Maes, president and general manager; Howard H vey of streets and submitting a
Greenwood, vice president; Thomas M. Maes II. vice president; list of minimum standards for each
i ¥„, . . .... wu i [street to the city council. Next
.lames L. Pardue. secretary-treasurer; John H. Murphy, managing
.problem on this matter will be get-
editor; A. Pat Daniels, executive editor. ting the landowners to sign up foil
The Southwest Citizen editorial, advertising and circulation sha,e of the costs, Mr.|
... .... . Adams pointed out. explaining thati
offices at 5,1, Kirby Drive, Houston 5, Texas. Telephone Key- h, civic group could heIp along
stone 3-1181. Publishing plant at 7113 Harrisburg. Fdwin M. Smith, this line.
advertising manager; Janies L. Farley, news editor; Orlan Jones. Hugh Whiteside, representative
assistant news editor; Sue Poer. society editor; Wayne Duddlesten. of the Village Association, cited
sports editor. the need for coordinated support
—_ !of artery paving, placing special!
_ 9 _ # _ 9 emphasis on the importance of
n eslayan Paving Still a Question Kirby Drive paving-
Bellaire Clears How *° Get Chicken Back ‘n ^,e ^99 *
Way For New City
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I The meeting produced one in-4
the cident of quick results. Charlesj
.ue that is earmarked for the pav-[5“ecl from Westheimer Road Cartwright, head of the civic clubj
ing of the street and sooner 0r through West University to Main swimming pool committee, ex-]
later the work will be done, either Street- |plained to the gr,oup that due 10
by the city or the county. * j One suggested way to get thelhigl1 costs several of the planned.
The county desires to take the|street into the i„;addert features, such as electric;
___________ ________ ________, county system isj
street into the county road sys-lto have the people on the West-|drmkmg.loupta,ps’ at *he 0ltY Pool
tem so that it can continue on aj University portion donate two and we'e S°*ng to have to be ehm-
---one half feet of their property to Present “eluded: Patul T. Burton,
the county. City officials at the' e' University Lions club, arose; .
Monday night meeting said thatH proposed in bcha,f ot his club West Dmvemty Llons tlub: Jeff
Iquite a number of the residents;"’ supp’y lhf lountains' |Clatl, Teen Age Canteen: Mrs.
have agreed to do this, even' Mr* Cartwright also cited the!jeff A. Smyth, West University
though it has not been officially,neec^ ^or additional city recrea-jpjace Garden club; Jack D. Eb
(asked by the county commissioner, i^onal facilities. Mrs. Fred C. man, Southwest Kiwanis club;jWendell Hamrich, West University I for a plan that they hoped would
|R. Jack Townsend. (Franklin,^of the Monticello Garden Wesley R. Brown, John R. Burkett|Parent-Teachers Association. jbe in full swing within a year,
(Parks Board has the matter under j
study at the present time and it is
(expected that plans will be pre-
sented to the city council before;
The other ordinance was for
public buildings and called for the,
Isale of $75,000 worth of bonds.
I This move is for the purpose of|
'constructing a community house.'
and center which will be located;
near the planned swimming pool.
Tentative plans for the center call
I for a building with a hardwood |
floor and an auditorium with aj
(seating capacity of between 500j
(and 1,000 people. What is left ofj
the money after the community
house is built will be used for im-
of the delegations American Legion Post 77; Mrs.'provements to the fire station and!
Weldon B. Hill, Sunset TerraccjCity hall.
Garden club; Ralph Herrick. The bonds that were sold are!
Volunteer Firemen's Association: part of a $1,500,000 issue voted by
Mrs. Fred C. Franklin, Monte-!Bellaire voters last July 12. At the
cello Garden club; H. L. White- time of the vote, the city admini-
side, Village Association, and Mrs. stration stated that the issue was
CIVIC MEETING—Over 35 representatives of leading clubs
and organizations took part in the West University Place im-
provements confab held Thursday. Above, a portion of the group
listens as Bill Adams, civic club president, explains the program.
—Photo by Ottis Stahl.
Mr. Fullick was told that the
'Club, added to his suggestion by -
rA^mnmifi the importance of a —( a JLK 1 •
to Aid Street Marker Drive
jriitch will be cleaned and dug toj?.xf!a!™”?
Igive what temporary relief canL .
be gained until something definitelyolher eiU#5 Mrs
15 done' Franklin said.
- with certain portions of the issue
marked for improvements in aj
.long-range program designed toi
keep Bellaire’s public facilities in j
Bill Buschardt received an un-iseveral civic groups of the city step wit*h its growth,
(official promise from the West with the civic club’s street marker This program, however
Representatives of the Teen-Age (University Place City C o u n c i 1 committee will be held next Wed- started long before a year had
Canteen pointed out that the Can-|Monday night to the effect thatjnesday night and at that time it is elapsed. Shortly before Christmas!
To Shape New
Special Congregational meeting,
after the morning
SAN JACINTO and LEELAND
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gladiatorial shows in teen get-togethers every two weeks the city will act as the collectingihoped that a type marker will be the first move was taken when' n h h im
sted 100 days. One are the only form of supervised,agency for the forthcoming drive chosen. ,the council sold $300,000 worth of» ' ** ?f
(emperor boasted that more 10,- entertainment open to the young to gain funds for the erection of! Councilman William Hamlet t bonds fur improvements to l h eiservlces next sunaay ior memoers
000 men had fought in these shows people. (over 400 street markers in the city. I brought up the question of wheth- sewer and water systems. l^e Bellaire Presbyterian church
[during his reign. Mr. Adams laid that some way of: Mr Buachardti representing the!er or not the residents would re-: At the present time, work Is in]Rev. Edwin W. Albright, pastor,
providing a full-time supervisor to:Wagt University Civic Club, asked sent the charge being placed on the,progress on a sanitary sewer line has announced.
Ln‘ig Ve%rpri^ataZalsum'ithat the couneil allow a "otice ft biU.“d aS a. “1"bon ‘ Ofth^>'om the disposal plant to the lift; Purpose of the raeeUng |, to ap-
giam dunng the spimg and sum-ia ?1 or $2 vollmtary charge to be problem it was decided that itjstation on Bellaire boulevard ami
mer months would be given close placed on the water buls and was will be stipulated on the biU that six inch pipe has been laid down prov* the new bl,dget' thc paStor
study, and Jack Ebman, of thC;told that it wiu be a]lowed if thelthc charge is voluntary. . WindeU to Southdale boulevard ,sald'
Southwest Kiwanis club, said that;amount js n0 more than this.--and down Southduie to Vivian in! Wednesday February 18 a Loyal-
his organization was already work-] .........„____ MARONEAL HOME SOLD
Bumper to bumper service. and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
BARTA AUTO SERVICE
1710 Austin St
F. 8666 Nights Ml 2-5131
ing on such a plan.
It was explained by Mr. Busc-
Cily beautification project will hardt ,hat Just what ,he pr0Ject
.involve such work as planting of;'""1 C08t 15 not yet known- He
]trees, improving the looks of the added that 1he ®o»‘
[drainage ditch as much as possiblejcannot be est™a‘ad pp“ » ^
and “grooming” the bayou. An(l>^ mar er
[effort will be made to coordinatejma e‘
(the energy of the four garden1 According to figures already
clubs on this project, Mr. Adams
City Councilmen Magill Armer,
(Max Douglass and C. P. Lanmon
and City Secretary Whitt John-
son were present at the conference,
'adding to the discussion of the
compiled, he stated, a sufficient
type marker for each of the 400
intersections would probably cost
no more than $8,000 and this
would only mean a two dollar
charge on each of the water meters.
At the meeting. Mr. Buschardt
told the council that a meeting of year around.
(order that the area can receive the ty Supper will be held in the Ac-
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Childs proper amount of water and gafti.tivities Building of the church be-
have bought the five room bnckimaximum fire protection. .... . .....
home at 3635 Maroneal for $12,750.1 When the planned work on the gmmng at 6:45 p'm ’ Rev’ Albn*hl
Houck Realty company reportedjwater main is complete, the liner1®0 said-
the saic. Builder was Houston will run north on Southdale to The supper will mark the launch-
Realty and Building company. Mr. Jane and south on Southdale to'ing of the budget drive. Dr.
Childs is an engineer. [Holt. ‘ Charles L. King, pastor of First]
--- Presbyterian Church, will speak. !
VALUE OF DAIRY PRODUCTS HOWARDS BUY HOME
The vitamin A value of milk and j James L. Sauls Jr. has sold to [
butter varies with the amount of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Keith Howard
carotene in the ration of the cow. the two-story brick duplex at 2210
Research on feeds indicates feasi-jBissonnet for $26,000. The resi-
bility of producing milk products dence has three bedrooms.in each
of uniform vitamin A value the apartment. Mr. Howard is a medi-
Curlt and mor* curls, fluffy and soft
• i down. You'll marvel at the »heer
magic of thii amaiing new co!d
permanent waving procots.
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202 North Rice (Bellaire) M. 2 3309
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Murphy, John H.; Daniels, A. Pat & Farley, James L. The Citizen (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 32, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 11, 1948, newspaper, February 11, 1948; Houston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth566238/m1/4/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.