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Arlington Daily News (Newspaper) - August 22, 1976, Arlington, Texas Collins construction to begin this week sunday August 22,1976 Arlington daily news Page 3 if you drive on Collins Street Between Park Row and Arkansas Lane beginning Early this week you a better find some other route. That a the word from Wayne Sherrell the City a director of traffic and transportation who says the $1.3 million improvement on Collins will Start up Early this week. Relocation of Utility lines in the Street have been completed. The construction of the Section Between Park Row and Arkansas Lane will produce a facility 82 feet wide with seven lanes including a continuous rift turn Lane. The project has required installation of a fixed time traffic signal at the intersection of Park Row and Collins which will move traffic at a slower rate than the vehicle actuated controlled signal which has been in operation for several years. The vehicle actuated equipment will be reinstalled when construction is finished. Sherrell said that at least two lanes of traffic will be open most of the time during construction but that movement will be much slower. At some Points during construction Only one Lane will be open. The project is being funded As a Federal Aid Urban project a cooperative Effort of the state department of highways and Public transportation and the Federal Highway administration. Milford demands contract for Vought in a strongly worded protest congressman Dale Milford demanded this week that the Secretary of the Navy reverse a lower Echelon decision and award a Navy aircraft modification contract to the lowest bidder Vought service Center of grand Prairie. In a Telephone Telegram three students from Arlington Are Centennial graduates of Texas a amp a University. Texas a amp a had a total of 1,034 summer graduates a record for the states first Public institution of higher learning which is now in the midst of its Centennial. Receiving their undergraduate degrees were Daniel p. Allen marketing son of e. M. Allen of 1707 Larkspur Kathryn l. Edwards economics daughter of j. C. Edwards of 1725 Park Ridge and Nancy g. Pitstick educational curriculum and instruction daughter of William j. Pitstick of 3314 Cambridge. To Secretary j. William Middendorf ii the mid cities congressman charged that the Navy ignored recommendations and awarded the program at considerable extra Cost to its own naval air rework facility in Norfolk a. A this kind of decision on the part of the Navy does not set Well with me a Milford said in the Telegram. A it goes in the face of Clear written policy which Calls for going to the private sector for work anytime the private sector has the capability and a competitive Price. A i understand that your program manager recommended the contract be awarded to Vought based on Price and capability a the 24th congressional District Democrat added. A i insist the decision be set aside and that the program be performed in the private the modification program Calls for installation of a new Type of engine in 30 Rf-8g�?Ts, the reconnaissance version of Vought so Gru Sadere fighter. What can you do when you want extra Money let h amp r Block teach you to prepare income tax returns. Har Block knows income taxes and How to teach you to prepare income tax returns we teach income tax preparation to people who have a flair for dealing accurately with figures and who enjoy working with the Public and who would like to earn extra income in their spare time Over 350,000 students have graduated from our income tax course we teach classes in More than 2,000 communities throughout the country there is almost certain to be a class location and time satisfactory to you Job interviews available for Best students Send for free information and class schedules today hurry1 there Are 3 convenient area class locations. Contact the he Block office nearest you 1801 w. Berry 921-0238 please Send me free information about your tax Prepa ration course. I understand there is no obligation. Name a a a i address City _ state phone clip and mail today a a a j police to enforce alcohol ban Arlington police plan to enforce strictly a new City ordinance controlling the consumption of alcoholic beverages at High school athletic events this fall. The new ordinance prohibits the drinking of a any alcoholic beverage on the ground of any Public school holding any interscholastic intercollegiate or other Amateur athletic contest in the City of it also will be a violation to be in Possession of such beverages at a Public school. This will include parking lots school grounds or any other school properties. Catalon Jam surplus store teacher s slogan presented a a but i have promises to keep. Quot taken from Robert Frost s a stopping by the Woods on a snowy evening Quot and new slogan for Arlington teachers was presented during the in service convocation at Arlington High. Sherion Clark left president of the local chapter of the Texas state teachers association and social studies consultant and Malcolm Turner right president of the Arlington classroom teachers association and sixth Grade instructor at Short elementary explained the new slogan to the 1,600 returning teachers. Jill Clagett Center a Sophomore at Bowie High school Sang the poem. Me Kcal Ain disk ski in Hun Krom a us so is it Center in a i i a boys shirt jacket one special group. Perma Presto a double knit polyester single breasted Button front Square Bottom. Tan or Light Blue limited sizes 8-22 compare Sears a Nib Quot tabloid Catalon Price of 7 99 amp 8.99 each our Price w a Arlington things Are happening chamber of Commerce task forces of the Arlington chamber of Commerce Are getting their 1976-77 programs to the Central program thrust of the chamber which has been adopted by the Board of directors. The Central theme will be a special emphasis on the free Enterprise system showing not Only its positive effects on business but its relationship to the Freedom and strength of our total society. The chamber will develop programs to involve the business Community including owners managers and employees and will work with Uta and the Public schools to develop information about and instruction in the american free Enterprise system. Activities have picked up in the past few Days with task forces meeting to detail their plans and programs for tha next several months. The sports and recreation task Force met to plan immediately for the a meet the Mavy so Barbecue to be held on sept. 2, at Mav Village on South Davis drive. They also worked out their assistance to the National Power weight lifting championships held in aug on aug. 14-15. The newly appointed editorial committee that will work with Windsor publications in developing a new 72 Page Book to Tell. The Story of Arlington met with Windsor representatives to establish the style and Content of the Book. Many pictures have already been taken. The writing of editorial copy and the Selling of ads begins this month. The business Industry service task froce worked on plans for launching the chamber scentral program thrust among the business Industrial and professional leaders of the Community. They also sought ways to coordinate with the education task Force to promote the program in the Public schools. The education task Force considered tis responsibilities in working with both Uta and the Public Public schools to launch a program of understanding and appreciating the american free Enterprise system. The environmental improvement task froce made plans for tree planting and Community beautification programs. They also decided to Monitor proposed environmental programs and report on them to the chamber directors and members. The economical development task Force held a meeting of its ten team leaders to Plant ways it will carry out its Mission to seek out and attract desirable new Industry to Arlington and to assist those who seek information and help from the chamber. The Law order and Justice task Force met with police chief Herman Perry and municipal judge Luther strange to learn More about traffic Law enforcement policies. They also made plans for the next a operation handshake program. The primary activities scheduled for this week Are on wednesday when the executive committee will meet in the morning and the chamber directors will meet at 4 . I the directors meeting is starting earlier than usual to provide for newly established briefing session to Ori sent All directors on chamber policies procedures and methods of operation As they begin a new chamber year. I i subscribe to the daily news ground beef Platter $ 29 aug. 22,23,24,25 sun., ., tues., wed. Not on orders to go gel away from the same old grind ours is a Hearty half Pound of pure ground beef broiled just the Way you like it. Alongside comes a steaming 611 w Park Row baked potato or French Fries and a thick slice of Sizzler Toast. And at our Price its Worth getting out of the House for. Arlington Lyon service held saturday funeral services were held saturday in Sulphur Springs for Irbin Clark Lyon 82, of 2804 Norwood Lane Arlington who died thursday evening in a local Hospital. Bom in Clark mo., Lyon was an Arlington resident for 25 years. He was a retired station master for the Cotton Belt Railroad and a member of the first Christian Church in Arlington. He is survived by his daughter mrs. Jim Webber of Arlington and 3 grandchildren Randy Rectra and Shari Webber of Arlington. Lyon was buried in the Sulphur Springs cemetery. 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The Dallas area has another tremendous resource for its citizens at the new component of the University of Texas system located in Richardson near Central expressway. As an undergraduate you can move into your Junior or senior year at it Dallas in one of Twenty five academic programs designed for your needs a no matter How Long you have been out of the College routine. For graduate students there Are sixteen programs leading to the masters or doctoral degrees or to the teacher certificate. Graduate programs Are especially structured to help you move up in your chosen profession if you Are looking for a More general enrichment degree it Dallas has this for you in its Bachelor of general studies and its master of interdisciplinary studies degrees. You can still take advantage of the Economy and fulfilment of Public higher education of the highest Quality this fall. Talk to the it Dallas office of admissions at 690-2341 or come see us in Richardson at Floyd and Campbell Road two Miles West of Central expressway. La tip the University of Texas at Dallas this announcement provided by friends of it Dallas

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