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Grand Prairie News Texan (Newspaper) - June 27, 1963, Grand Prairie, Texas 1 a VOLUME NUMbQ g 9908 EWS WEATHER Partly clourjy tonight in lower High Friday in middle GRAND TEXAS Tmirit BY JEAN YOUNG oldtlme working house arc reliving our hectic young days through our young Ronny and all quite personable young and handsome are en gaged In the art of proving the old saying two three can live as cheap as Having found the expenses of maintaining three separate apartments a little too ex they joined forces and rented an alrcondi t loned furnished apartment bills paid and set up the questions we had put to All three were new to the so naturally we attempted to locate them In what we considered the best area be sure and get us where we can meet some through the use of city They moved in stock arid only to find they were missing the necessary Next question what and where can we buy pillow Be ing good Grand Prairlans we directed them to our local de partment stores with plenty of advise as be sure to look for dont pay too much and dont pay too Having heard little out of the three for several we Inquired last evening as to how they were getting The reply came back quite except for some reason our potatoes dont brown and we cant get the shortening regulated In our Seems the who undoubtedly failed to take homemaklng in high were placing both meat and shortening into the skillet at one time and at the same time slicing potatoes Into cold live and We gave the recommended method and hope the next report on home cooking wlU be more Along the same we expect many of tliese teenage girl cooks are finding the same RomJe a longtime friend and teacher at recently made the statement I feel every girl should be required to take homemaklng In If only some of these young girls had knowledge of child they would be more properly equipped to maintain a We agree with Inasmuch as little girls mar ry before learning the art of homemaklng from we too would like to see them re quired to take the subject In Rumors are Romie will be teaching homemaking this year and girls she Is a born salesman on the subject and her enthusiasm Is JUNE 1963 22 PAGES TODAY JFK Captures Hearts o Erin Visits IRJSH PRESS WARMLY Kissed on Cheek WELCOMES KENNEDY BAKERS RECEIVE THANKS Little Billy Baker reads with Interest words of appreciation as his and Bill Baker look on with Katherine hospitality chairman for the Chamber of and City Commissioner Milling presented the plaque on behalf of the Chamber to the Bakers Tuesday evening as a small token of appreciation for their interest and contribution to Centennial Days in Grand and Baker graciously opened their home for an AnteBcllum Tea attended by over 700 NEWS TEXAN Red Ships Ignore Warning ABOARD THE fSS FOKT AT SEA UPH Four throe of them sailed through the search area for tinmissing submarine Thresher during the past five days despite a Navy warning to all ves sels to sleer clear of the the Navy disclosed The Navy disclosure rarne as the hathysraph Trieste was readied for its third dive to the ocean bottom in an effort to find the Thresher which sank April 10 with 129 men The Navy said It served notice to all ships to remain out of an area in a 25mile radius from the point where Ihe nuclear powered sub marine The Navy said two foreign one Russian and the other passed through the prohibited zone early The other two both sailed into the area Sunday and Before dawn today an un identified ship sailed through the area about three miles from a marker buoy be ing used by the Trieste to guide her descents to the at a Rus sian ship Identified only by the numbers described by the Navy as a mother ship carrying supplies for the fleet of Russian trawlers off the passed miles from the marker buoy and within miles of the The prowling the ocean bottom feet below the maae sonar con tact Wednesday with a 60foot long unidentified Midway National Names President The newly formed Midway National Bank named Its pres ident this He is Al a native of Brady who is nine year veteran of die banking busi Board chairman Boyd Rldgway made the announce Waldrep comes to Grand Prairie from San Antonio where he served In the cor respondent banking depart ment of the National Bank of He ha shad a com prehensive background in vir tually every facet of banking and financial He attended HardinSim mons University1 and was graduated from the University of Texas In 1964 where he was awarded a BBA maj oring in banking and While attending the Univer Waldrep was employed by the American NationalBank in he bacame associa ted with the Comptroller of Currency office of the United States Treasury Department where he spent more than 3 years In the National Bank Examining There he transferred to a ma jor bank In El where he was active In com munity and civic serv ing on the YMCA membership drive committee and partici pating in various activities of the Uons In Waldrep joined the bank in San During this tenure lie enrolled in the Southwest Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist where he Is now a member of Waldrep son of a pro minent banking and Insurance Waldrep of Brady who is president of the 1st National Bank of Waldrep and his De will reside at 1909 West minister in Grand Prairies Dorchester with their children Carol I2j and Terry They are members of the Trinity Baptist Church in San AL WALDREP June Building Permits Show Strong Increase Grand Prairie building per mits appeared to be well on the way for a million dollar month and possibly two Through the 25th with a week to go the permits stood at and the permit for Roman Gardens apartment of some expected in any After a disappointing first five months of this year the tide seems to have turned to ward a record In addi tion to the one apartment per mit that is sure to come in still another apartment this one in the south Dalworth is due to be announced This will mean another permit of the million dollar Permits already taken out this month include 15 for sin gle family two apart one is six units and the other 10 A new a service station and additions to the new Junior high and to Austin June of last year was also a million dollar At the end of May brought the six months total to At the end of May Grand Prairie was behind the same month a year With a big wind up to June the gap would be narrowed and another big month in July as it appears to well could put this year ahead of The largest asslde from the school tak en out this month was by Zolan owner of several apartment projects here and in It was a per mit to build a 10 unit apart ment project at 1910 Hy MERRIMAN SMITH UPI White House Reporter DUBLIN UPI The Irish made John Kennedy ihcir own The President left behind the affairs of state in Dublin and hedgehopped by helicopter and car on a senriniental journey across southeastern home of his He went to New trom where his great grandfather sailed for America 113 yeais ago sipped tea witli his cou sins and other relations at the old family homestead in Dun ganstown laid a wreath in Wexford on a statue of Com modore John father of the American Navy and then hopped back to The President was in a relaxed and happy mood fol lowing a grim Berlin He won hysterical applause and was mobbed by throngs everywhere he went in this misty green At New Ross he told a wildly cheering crowd that if his great grandfather had not gone to Id be working over at the Albatross I pany is 4 fertilizer factory on the From New Ross he motored five miles along hedgelined lanes to Dunganstown to take a look at the potato shed which was tlie original Kennedy Breaking through all protocol barriers at Dungans the President pushed in to the crowd to shake hands and expressed his pleasure at seeing the people of the area of his He was nearly mobbed by the huge quayside crowd at New Ross after his folksy speech in which he introduced some of his traveling companions and then said that when my great grandfather left here 113 years ago he carried with him only two and a strong desire to live in New Ross Urban Council Chairman Andrew Mlnlhan had a spot of trouble introducing the His micro phone went Workmen struggled In vain to fix but Kennedy had to rely on his own lung power for his brief Informal Surging crowds broke police and police had to push the cheering people aside to get the President back to his car for the ride to Dungans Kennedy was in an obvious nostalgic mood as he looked out at the crowd of massed in New Ross and told them he was indeed glad to be If his ancestors had re mained he he might today be working in the fertilizer factory or for auc tioneer John whose establishment fronts on tiny town Kelly who also runs a local pub in New said with a grin and a twinkle in his eye when asked what job he might have given Kennedy In New Ross today there is only one jobthe job of provided he doesnt What would I pay him About two pounds a week I But I believe he has done better for The President left New Ross with gifts that included such items as a Waterford glass bowl with four scenes associated with the Kennedy family engraved on its When he reached Dungans the President told police and other security officers that he wanted to get close to the Pushing asidc some of the the President beckoned and called forward bystanders and neigh bors of Mary his second cousin once who lives in the more modern twostoried house just a few feet from the original Kennedy I want to meet some of the people to say the President The news officers of the Civitan Club gathered at installation are 1r Charlie Presfient4 OFFICERS Golden Triangle Restaurant for their Tom TEXAN as he moved among the Dunganstown people said Were delighted to see Ryan played hostess to the President at tea In her which threatened to spoil the Dunganstown held on after a few prearrival Clouds hung over the home but the sun began peek Ing through the haze as Ken nedy drove The President told Ryan that I am sorry for all the trouble I caused you when he then grinned a little Ryan smiled a little and then planted a big kiss on the Presidents Her two unmarried Jose and Mary con fined themselves to kissing the Presidents two Jean Smith and Eunice The President greeted all the other Kennedy near and and all the local dignitaries who had been In vited In for The Presi dent cut a cake that was Iced and carried the Irish tricolor and the Stars and He thanked Ryan and all those who cooked this for and added that we want to drink a cup of tea toall the nd all the DUBLIN UPI The Dublin newspapers greeted Presi dent Kennedy like a longlost son today with cheering head lines and full pages of welcomed said the Irish while the Irish Independent headlined in Gead mile A hundred thousand the traditional Irish The Irish Times Dublin greets Kennedy welcomed like a homecoming No newspaper carried editorial comment on the presi dential which came only a low hours before their But the news stories told how they felt about the arrived to a tumultous reception thatwasas spontaneous as it was to a country that had been inseparably linked by ties of blood and kinship to his the Press The Independent said Kennedy was greeted by hundreds of thousands of rapturously cheering people welcoming him to the land of his was a march of triumph all the MAN OF MONTH is Jake left who earned the title in recognition for his outstanding work In May rendered during the Centennial The presentation was made by the Grand Prairie Jaycees and their Cliff is shown making the award The Jaycees took a leading part in the very successful month long NEWS TEXAN PHOTO CONWAY Today By BOB CALLAN DNT World News Editor The shores of Tripoli never were quite like Camp for Marines now in a twoweek field train ing session Hollywood starlet Susan Conway Wednesday donned a helmet and took hand grenade tossing lessons while visiting the 1st was the lucky John Kennedy is slated to re ceive a rare antiquein the form of a yearold handcarved porcelain and ivory miniature Ruth who was named Miss Dragon Boat by the Chinese Womens Benevolent is en route to Washington to make the And England has chosen a man for at least some of the activities once performed by John Joseph minister of state for foreign today was appointed war minister to replace the discredited The latter resigned June 4 after admitting he lied about his relationship with Christine RUTH LEE GODBER John Anderson of Kansas has sounded a gentle warning against any onrush by the I Peace Corps into the local Appearing j before a House Education subcommittee in Washington Anderson warned against any domestic Peace Corps activity ta the mental health field that would upset ANDERSON state volunteer
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