The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 14, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 4, 1973 Page: 2 of 28
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THE BELLA* E TEXAN
The chairmen for the 1973
Shoe Shoe Train sponsored by
B'nai B’rith Women are announ-
ced by Mrs. William Small and
Mrs. Jerry Ribnick, co-chair-
Mrs. Don Lassoff and Mrs.
Fred Pauly are co-chairmen for
the designing, decorating and
making the “Box Cars" (Shoe
Depositories) and store posters;
Mrs. Morris Nelkin, chairman
1973 Shoe Shoe Train chairmen announced
Wednesday, July 4, 1973
for securing store locations;
Mrs. Sterling Zindler, chairman
for placement and picking up of
shoes each week; Mrs. Ben Perl-
man and Mrs. Larry Wainer, cO-
chairman to secure polish, new
shoes, and laces; and Mrs. Louise
Stein, who will be in charge of
placing ladies on days to polish
and re-lace the shoes.
"Look for the little ‘Shoe Shoe
Trains’ that have been designed
by Mrs. Lasoff and Mrs. Pauly
in many of the southwest area
shoe and grocery stores begin-
ning on June 28. They will be
clearly marked ‘Shoe Shoe Train’
and B’nai B’rith Women along
with our drive slogan for 1973,
‘Let B’nai B’rith Women RE-CY-
CLE YOUR SHOES’,’’said Mrs.
Mrs. Ribnick continued, “The
drive to collect shoes for needy
children who need these shoes to
return to school with in the fall
is aimed at collecting shoes from
toddlers to teenagers, BUT PLE-
ASE BRING US ALL GOOD USE-
ABLE SHOES. If your youngsters
have outgrown shoes, if they have
badly scuffed their shoes, and if
you have tennis shoes that have
become too small or are a little
less stylish. . . .PLEASE TIE
THEM IN MATCHED PAIRSAND
DRASTIC REDUCTIONS ON SUMMER MERCHANDISE!
TOO MANY ITEMS TO LIST!
SAVE 20% TO 50% AND MORE!
SALE CLOTHING FOR INFANTS, GIRLS, BOYS TO SIZE 14!
BUY FOR NOW! FOR NEXT YEAR!
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Young people of B’nai B’rlth Youth Organizations
helped the B’nai B’rith Women prepare the Shoe
Shoe Train drive to collect shoes for needy child-
ren. The shoes are being collected all over the
city. The young people will assist in polishing,
Shoe Shoe re-lacing and tagging the shoes which are collect-
ed. Shown are "Box Car” makers (left to right)
Train standing, Lois Chyette of Barnston; Robyn Hauser
of Zainfeld; Susan Dubinski of Reichman; and Gary
Furman of Cyrus Adler. In the “Box Cars” are
(1 to r) Amelia Ribnick of Zainfeld and Elyse
Selzer of BBG 63. Not pictured are Mrs. Leon
Bormaster, Mrs. Earl Selzer, Frank Selliger of
Cyrus Adler, Mrs. Fred Pauly and Mrs. Don
Lasoff, co-chairmen of posters and design.
DROP THEM INTO OUR SHOE
The “Box Cars” will be In
the retail stores from June 28
until July 21 with weekly pick-
ups by B’nai B’rith Women. A
central depot will be the shoe
polishing and re-lacing center
where all the shoes will be in-
spected and polished, re-laced
and tagged. On July 30, the Vo-
lunteers of America, with whom
the Houston Council of B’nai
B’rith Women have worked as
partners since the drive began
many years ago, will pick up all
of the re-cycled shoes.
"With school beginning in some
areas on August 13 and 15, all of
our shoes must be ready for dis-
tribution to those who need them
by the first of August,” remarks
Mrs. Small. _
The Red Tape Gang
Bank customers throughout Houston are in
trouble. The Red Tape Gang has infiltrated al-
most every banking establishment in the city.
Members of the Red Tape Gang are ruthless, in-
decisive, drag things out, and are downright un-
friendly. Many times it seems they just don't
understand how simply a loan can be arranged.
But now there’s hope. First National Bank of
Bellaire has the Loan Arranger and Pronto on
their side. They cut through the Red Tape Gang
and make things easy for their customers. They
understand your business and your individual
Next time you need a loan, come by and see
them. They can arrange it. Pronto
First National Bank of Bellaire right on the
corner right on the way home.
5351 Bellaire at Bissonnet 666-2511
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Pettigrew, Terrilee & George, Sara. The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 14, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 4, 1973, newspaper, July 4, 1973; Bellaire, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth566956/m1/2/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.