The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), No. 28, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 26, 1969 Page: 27 of 28
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G. MISC. SERVICE
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
[ SflLAIRi "
! COUPONSSTAMK; ANU RALEIGH '
1 WE *111 beat or meet any competa-
’ five trading stamp price in town.
^1405-5927......... .....$(05-9105 j
BIRTHDAY TOWNE: Parties, clowns,
puppets. Bring children, we do the rest
HAUL TRASH: From homes, offices,
service stations, apartments. Chean'
NO JOB TOO SMALL
CALL J.G. CRAWFORD
1 f|R 4-0631 M08-5359
ADDITIONS, KITCHENS, BATHS,
ROOFS, REPAIRS, ETC.
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP Si
BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE
Better - Built
W'LL CLEAN 0*JT parages free of
charge for contents. 442-9703
DON’T TRADE old sewing machine - we
will repair it - Houston Appliance Ser-
WILL DO IRONING in my home. Call
after 4:30, 664-0173.
ADDRESSING & Typing envelopes, Xmas
Cards, Themes, etc. Also by hand. 665-
66. Office Equipment
CASH REGISTER RENTALS: $10 to $30
month. Buy, sell, trade, Reasonable
repair rates. 3705 SO. Main, JA3-5531
BUY, SELL, TRADE
1 Paper back book 1/2 price
or trade your 2 For |
6063 BISSONNET 668-8892
70. Furnished Rooms
MIDDLE AGED lady - room with kitchen
privileges - bus - shopping. Reasonable.
ROOM FOR RENT - Private entrace-
bath. Near shopping center at Bellaire
Bus stop. Gentleman. 668-3292.
FOR CHILDRENS PARTIES
A Marionette Show in your home -
ages 5 to 10. 774-3240.
71. Furnished Apartmen+s
TRADING TRADE STAMPS-is my busi-
ness. Consolidate your stamps for the
premium vou want. I sell Swipe. M04-
LARGE ONE Bedroom furnished apart-
ment. Carpeted, lots of closets. Air.
74. Unfurnished Houses
ENGLISH BONE CHINA, 4-Piece wash
set, and other items. 771-4705.
2 BEDROOM - central heat, 1-car Gar-
age, Large fenced back yard. 781-2552 -
INDIVIDUAL Beam Collection. 1, 2, 3,
Political, State, Centennial, Regal Spe-
3 BEDROOMS. 1 1/2 baths. Built-ins,
fenced. Central A/C 437-8522.
2 LADIES WISH 5 days nurses aid, baby
sitting. Maid work. 633-2801 - 633-9026.
BELLAIRE AREA - Small 1 bedroom
cottage - stove & refrigerator furnish-
ed, yard for pet. $65 mo 668-3292.
12 IN. CRAFTSMAN band saw, excellent
condition $65. Model auto track and
equipment. MO 7-4000
BELLAIRE - Nice 3-1-2, dining, den,
study, laundry, heat, fenced, stove, re-
frigerator. Rouse 665-5986.
77. Office Space
FOR CHRISTMAS. Childs playhouse$35.
Oil paintings $5 up. 4601 Evergreen.
BEAUTIFUL traditional sofa and chair,
only one month old, $195. PA 9-4777.
2 AND S room suites. Suitable for Phy-
sicians or other occupations. Adequate
parking. 5210 Cedar M07-1111
J. REAL ESTATE
WHIRLPOOL Gas dryer, needs small
repair, $15. MO 4-1444.
81. Houses for Sale
BELLAIRE - 3 bedrooms, fenced, units,
carpeted, near school, shopping centers.
Call mornings MO 6-4539.
2 BEDROOMS - 1 1/2 BATHS
DOUBLE CARPORT — PATIO
BUILT IN APPLIANCES
RADIO INTER-COM SYSTEM
CARPETS - CENTRAL AIR
GARAGE SALE - 5542 Aspen - Fri. -
Sat.- Sun. Girls clothes 2-7, boys 1-4,
ladies 5-14, mens medium, 25 cents to
Electric and Acetylene
No Minimum Charge
DEVELOPER - BUILDER
DonT Lose It
FOR YOUR EQUITY ,
Home Lot, Acreage, Commercial
PHIL BERG REALTY
665-2965 - WEST WAY - 464-7421
WEST MADAGORDA BAY Area, 4 lots.
Must sell. Sacrifice. $395, 1 or ail. Cash
or terms with no interest. Individual.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
SHARON BEASLEY, Lee High
School student, was chosed a
dorm sweetheart at recent fes-
tivities at Texas A&m Univer-
BE A DISC JOCKEY
A message by Dan Ammerman will
tell you how - Call 524-8406.
THE BELLAIRE TEXAN
~ ' '........Childers,
.. Muscular Dystrophy, call the plays next
month. Pete is special events chairman for the Houston Gulf Coast
Chapter MDAA which conducts its campaign during November. Jeff
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Childers. 5139 Beechnut.
Bellaire High School won first
place sweepstakes at the 10than-
nual Lafayette, La., Invitational
Speech Tournament Nov. 15.
Bellaire defeated 11 other
Houston schools and a schools
from Texas, Louisiana,and Flor-
ida. Individual and team winners
in the various divisions amass
points for their school. The
school with the most points wins
a sweepstakes trophy.
The school swept the dual act-
ing and cross examination de-
bate categories. The duet team
of Robert Lomas and Marienne
Williamson won first; Cindy
Friedman and Genny Welch fin-
and Rod Meadows; Mei Su Teng
and David Cowan were second.
Individual Bellai re student
winners were Lomas, third, boys’
poetry; Miss Mei, first, girls’
extemporaneous speaking Monya
Schwartz, first, girls’ poetry;
Miss Williamson, second, girls’
poetry; Shayne Vitemb, third,
girls’ dramatic interpretation;
Meadows, second, and Weil,
third, boys’ extemporaneous.
Other area winners included
Pat Leary, Westbury second,
boys’ poetry: and Lori Garigus,
Lamar, third, girls’ extempor-
UJCAL WINNERS - Winners of scholarship awards from the Organ and Piano Teachers Associa-
tion are (1. to r.) Cheryl Dittert, Sea’ly, third place organ division; Renee Leaseman, 5030 Hea-
therglen,^fourth jilace organ; Kevin Walker, 4814 Stillbrooks, fourth place organ; Lisa Matri-
mergien, iourtn place organ; Kevin Walker, 4814 Stillbrooks, fourth place organ; Lisa Matri-
Bicycle inspection and testing
continued at Kolter School last
week as youngsters continued in-
to the first phase of the pilot
safety program instigated at the
school for the first time this
Youngsters were tested for
knowledge of hand signals, abil-
ity to maneuver bikes and gen-
eral “rules of the road.’’
The inspection was the culmin-
ation of weeks of discussion and
testing of general bicycle safety
Those students who success-
fully completed the requirements
were presented with bicycle
licenses, a safety booklet and a
bicycle registration number.
The registiation number is
recorded with the school and
the Bellaire Police Department
Testing the youngsters were
Officers J.A. Shirley and D.B.
Lecour of the Bellaire Police
USE TEXAN CLASSIFIEDS
The Houston Camelia Society
will hold its 12th annual camelia
show Saturday, Nov. 29 from 4 to
6 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 30 from
10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Hous-
ton Lighting and Power Co. Elec-
tric Tower, 811 Walker.
Amateurs and members may
submit blooms between 7 and
10:30 a.m. Saturday, in accord-
ance with show rules.
BIKE INSPECTIONS continued at Kolter Elementary last week, the
culmination of weeks of discussion and testing youngsters partici-
pating in the pilot safety program. Pictured (1. to r.) Officer J.A.
Shirlev Garv Merritt. Officer D.B. Lecour and James Micolaou.
Annual Show Set By Camelia Society
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Burleson, Darlenna. The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), No. 28, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 26, 1969, newspaper, November 26, 1969; Bellaire, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth566566/m1/27/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.