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Garland Daily News (Newspaper) - April 21, 1968, Garland, Texas Vol. 82, no. To 18 pages i Section Garland Texas sunday april 21, 1968 by 6-1155 Price 10c Garland s 4 clean is Quot cleanup kids a 19 unit Parade kicked off clean up paint up fix up week saturday morning and most in evidence were Young people in scouting Owca and other youth organizations the Mobile Parade toured major shopping centers in the City promoting cleanup activities that will continue through next weekend the Althusa club sign flanked by cub scouts will be put on Entrance routes into Garland it is a reminder that the City is competing again in the National cleanest City Campaign boys in Bottom picture Are wearing paper garbage cans photo by Dick no try Mobil Homo Park apartments on plan commission Agenda the City plan commission will hold our Public hearings on zoning applications at in regular meeting monday night hearings Are schedule i on the following a request of Trammell i my a it a i specific use permit on a tract of land co taming approximately 50 acres fronting approximately i too feet on Belt Lune Road approximately 1,000 feet South of iou relate 30, for a Mobile Home Nark a request of b f Kemp Thelma Kemp Anu Glady Kemp on i Trai t of land on the East Side of Broadway approximately 215 feet North of Gatewood changing present retail zoning to co Mem zoning request of a t Natl in id Ini la acre tract of land located on the South East Sloe of Intel Etc 29, sctt Kwh of Hama Road to change zoning from agricultural to Multi family dwelling District site presently is occupied by ten Motel units two restaurant buildings and office for Motel operation All operating under Legal nonconforming use a it quiz u v Napper Amend the site plan of a planned development for apartments and offices this request area fronts on Walnut St and Walnut Parkway extending North to the first Alley Norm vhf Walnut a zoning request is a change from the existing plan which snows of teas at Walnut St the applicant is proposing apartments at the site in other business the commission will three plats on Forest Crest . A four Walnut Pant r slates Ihrk i. And regal estates prominent minister speaker classroom teachers of Garland will Host its Annua Community appreciation dinner monday night at 7 of clock in South Garland High school cafeteria. Guest speaker will be or themas a Fry jr., pastor of first presbyterian Church of Dallas who recently received the freedoms foundation award for his Sermon entitled a communism our great Opportunity. This Sermon was in in m in in w w. In in we. In. Sarn in we in. Relies banquet land will made a part of the Coner or. Thomas a. Fry or made a part of the congressional record. Born in Cleveland. Ohio. Or Fry grew lip in Decatur a upon completing High school he entered Georgia tech and later Davidson College where he earned his a degree later he received his by and the m degrees from Union theological Seminary and a do from King College. Or Fry to Book a Oget off the Fence morals for moderns was published in december 1963 a second printing was released in june 1964 his second Book a doing what comes supernaturally to to was released on february 15, 1966, and a third Book a change chaos and christianity was released for distribution on november 25. 1967 a radio series notable talk hosted by or Fry is now in its second year and is heard Over a number of stations in Northeast Texas. He is currently serving on the Board of directors at presbyterian pan american school at Kingsville children to medical Center in Dallas presbyterian Village and the word record foundation at we Taco. Bob Sego president of classroom teachers and mrs Phyllis Morton Are in charge of general arrangements for the dinner. Tighter enforcement of anti littering c7 cd ordinances announced to Duckworth in keeping with goals of the Garland beautification team and in conjunction with the City wide clean up Campaign City manager Charles Duckworth advised this weekend that he has instructed City departments to begin intensified programs enforcing existing sanitation and anti littering ordinances the City departments also win conduct inter departmental training programs for employees in handling of trash and prevention of littering Duckworth elaborated the announcement concerning the training programs by saying that sanitation department employees will be instructed in the importance of picking up refuse in a manner to eliminate fall out a and stated that the City a was prepared to do its part if the citizens would do theirs a at the same time the City manager announced that special pickup of Large items will be scheduled on two Days immediately following the clean up Campaign. The Street department will be picking up such items As Large discarded appliances tree limbs car bodies and other items difficult for the bom owner to manage on april 29 and 30 pickup will be made from the Street curbs in the area of the City West of Garland ave and North Star Road on april 29. And East of Garland ave and North Star i april 30 the City will keep the sanitary Landfill City dump open from 8 a m to dark Durst the clean up Campaign or through april 28 dump hours for the rest of the year Are from i Ani to 5 pm., seven Days a week Duckworth s announcement also reveals that the sanitation department will begin immediately to enforce the Section of the sanitation ordinance which provides for condemnation of garbage cans which Are no longer suitable for use. Residents who place trash in cans without lids or in cans with ripped sides or rust re Bottoms will find a notice placed on the can by sanitation workers stating that the receptacle is unsuitable the resident will be Given a reasonable time in which to obtain a new trash can and then the old one will be hauled away in announcing City plans for the cleanup Campaign the City manager also issued some reminders and recommendations for residents that would expedite City pickup service a the garbage can without a lid is the worst offender in the War against litter. The open garbage can and the litter which usually accumulates around these cans will attract dogs rats and snakes on Windy Days trash from one open can will Lintel an entire residential Block a for the Homeowner the use of garbage can Racks will solve most of the problems associated with garbage cans the rack will prevent animals from turning the cans Over and the lids May be attached to the Racks with a Short piece of rope or Chain so that the lid will not be blown away or flattened by a car. Never attach the lid to the garbage can this presents a safety Hazard for the collector who empties the can a for customers who have Alley pickup the stationary rack is suitable for customers who have Street pickup the portable rack is Ideal the Racks Are relatively inexpensive and will make the customer much More satisfied with his sanitation service. 48 May 4 elections loom voter interest lukewarm by Patsy Aucoin Dallas county writer Only a half to a third of Dallas county to eligible voters Are expected at the party primaries May 4, now Only a fortnight away that would mean the primaries will be 15 to 30 percent off the usual turn out the most hopeful prediction comes from democratic party county chairman Joe Rich who to anything but hopeful about his 50 percent turnout expect tins previously he says the county could count on a 65 percent showing in the primaries county clerk Tome this a proven Good Guesser in county run elections Calls his guess work in political party balloting a wild Stab. With that waiver he estimates 30 percent chairman Rich says he a gives the republicans it 15 percent which comes to roughly 200.000 Democrat votes and 35, too Republican Republican executive Alan Steelman Garvon Industrial building among construction permits Garvon inc will construct a $120,000 building at 2908 Jody Lane in the Kingsley Road Industrial District the City s weekly report on building permits indicates the Industrial development firm plans to lease the facility a Garvon official disclosed this and other construction projects in the City brought building activity to Over the $400 too Mark with a total of $421,261 in construction recorded by the City during the week Garvon also is the contractor for a $70,400 building at 90s e Walnut in the Garvon Industrial Complex which will be occupied by Southland Supply plumbing Tun. , omit Init concert group it organize an Organiza Imundi meeting of the Garland Community concert association will be held Here tuesday at 7 30 pm. In the offices of or. Seth Cowan 3232 Broadway mis Jan Miller of new York a representative of the Community concert association will be ii Ere to a amp scr ques Bons concerning the organization All interested residents Are urged to attend the City issued 19 permits for new Homes to the following Sparco inc. A 3902 Bobbie Lane $14,-532 John d. Holcomb a 906 a Masbridge $18,368 c. W Patrick a 1414 Hiawatha $15,-687 Goodwin co. A 4010 Greensboro cr., $16,576 Superior Homes a 2138 Frances $14,-308 2122 Frances $11,872 Paramount Homes a 1525 Douglas $11,2004001 Jackson or. $10,612 1410 Bowie $10 241 1414 Bowie. $11,599 1418 Bowie $13,207 a dirs a sift tlnnh0r<u\n $7,245 529 Henderson $7,609 Harvest Homes a five Homes on o Henry in Skillman Forest Park $9,404 to $10,654 and Home at 617 White $9,688 other permits issued c. L Newton Rosehill Bobtown Maud morn and non Humble of cob Roadway and Wynn Joyce Road add Gas Gam. $1,000 l c. Davies. 309 Freeman Utility room. $500 Carrie c Tilson 1408 Maple add room $2,000 Billy Charles 109 e a create garage Oon Bort Phillips. 110 Center lie lid., storage St John and am. Low Glenn. Enclose garage and add storage $650, George Godfrey 4014 Walnut Yard storage $100 Edward w. Clark 706 Twilight enclose garage $300 new collections services added to Nicholson Library plans for Observance of National Library week which begins today were announced by Lowell Lindsey director of the Nicholson memorial Library the week will be used Lindsey advised to acquaint citizens of Garland with the facilities of their Library now and the expanded facilities planned for the future Lindsey said present plans Call for Tho Library building program to begin this fall As he discussed the different departments in the Library and the ways these departments in be of special serv ice to patrons the local Library director began with two Little known collections. The Library is building rapidly its collections of materials in the Field of business and Industry As Well As its special collection of data that will be of interest to civic and cultural organizations. Another rapidly growing collection is that aimed toward the Young adult Reader according to Lindsey it is hoped in june a qualified librarian will be added to administer this collection Lindsey feels to vat this year National Library week is an especially appropriate time for the people of Garland to join with the Library Board and the staff in becoming bettor acquainted with the Library past and present and in the plans for the Library they would like to have in the future. A not Only during National Library week but throughout the year the people of Garland Are invited to visit their Library to take advantage of the continually growing collection of books and periodicals and of the expanding services offered by the staff a Lindsey stated the Nicholson memorial Library is located at 504 state St., and is open monday through thursday from 9 30 a in to 9 . Closing hour is 6 . On Friday and 5 . On saturday. National Library week has been observed since 1955 for the past two years Nicholson Library has presented a to meet the w r i t e rss program during which such outstanding authors As John Scopes author of a Center of the storm a and James Lehrer who wrote a Viva Max a talked informally. Due to difficulties in scheduling of outstanding authors at this time the program had to be postponed until Early fall Lindsey advised. Expects 40,000 at his party to paper ballot primary ellis1 figuring shows 125,000 democrats and 25,000 republicans no one is interpreting the estimates As enthusiasm the governor to race which opened As a wide open free for All has not produced the voter interest expected the democratic county chairman sees two reasons first says Rich he senses a reluctance among citizens a Oto become involved in the political process a a owe have seen it in recruiting precinct chairmen and the chairmen have left it in urging people to the polls the people feel that something is wrong in the Domestic scene and in the War they Are just withdrawing a in addition to the dropouts. Rich senses a second Factor a othe free registrants Are not As Likely to vote As those whose formerly paid the poll ?� the voter registration list in other words actually is bloated beyond the realistic figures of the voting electorate the county registration reached an All time High this year 466,000, up More than 100 000. Yet double registrations have deflated the figure at a rate As yet Unest mated chairman Rich says his intuition that the turnout will be 15 per cent off is not due in any part to the inroads of the american Independent George Wallace party whose adherents must shun the primary polls in order to Peti monday service set w for miss an ared a in a longtime resident miss Annie Laurie Van Arsdale. 87, of 401 South ninth St., died Friday in methodist towers convalescent Center in Dallas. Miss Van Arsdale a registered nurse was with medical arts Hospital of Dallas. For a number of years she was bom or. Missouri on july 18, 3380 and was a member of the first presbyterian Church. Services will be held monday at 2 . In Williams funeral Home Chapel. Rev o e Hannawalt pastor of first presbyterian Church will officiate and burial will by in Ger land memorial Park survivors include two nephews Bai Ogle of Garland George Walton Beaver. Palo Alto Calif and four nieces mrs. Sam Green of Dallas mrs Roy l. Thomas miss Beulah Beaver and miss Frances Beaver All of Austin. Paid boaters will include Sam Grren Thomas our data a. W. Olp Haru George Beaver or Joe c. Ogle Jack Ogle and Don Combest. Tion their Man a place on the Texas ballot. The petition cannot begin to circulate before the primary ends no one cares to speculate on the Wallace strength in Dallas county yet the Wallace people declare they Tell have workers in every precinct in november but the test will come in the primary elections when a Choice must be made Between voting and petitioning republicans universally Are sunny about 1968 prospects but Dallas county just now is an Enigma because of the inclination of conservative republicans to have a say in the democratic gubernatorial nomination gop county chairman Steelman says a of anyone to crazy to do any predicting this ?� interest in the november general election however is expected to be almost too percent better with turnout expectations going As High As 90 percent or better Dallas county on that Day can vote not Only pm a president but can express its feelings in the show Down race for governor. Chamber slates Hemisfar film a real a chamber of Commerce promotional program on Hemisfar is scheduled for this month to membership luncheon of the Garland chamber according to Charles Struwe program chairman. The meeting will be held at Harris restaurant at 12 noon wednesday april 29 a representative of Reed Poland Dallas Public relations firm in charge of publicity for the International exposition will present the program Struwe announced. The firm has indicated that mrs Joy Schultz will make the presentation showing a Short film on what Hemisfar has to offer in attractions for texans and other tourists this summer mrs. Schultz also will have brochures and Pamp mets a�a�4l#ir, us Ance. And will have information on hotel accommodations and a report i the Success of Hemisfar during its opening Days. Chamber members Are asked to Call the chamber of Commerce of Hee lift a 6544 for reservations. Bank Holiday monday All Garland Hanks will be closed Moi Day in Observance of ban Jacinto dutch Day april 21 is san Jacinto Day How Ever the Bank employees will mar to Holiday on monday. A Busy place Garland s Nicholson memorial Library is a Busy do and Garland citizens Are invited to become acquainted with the be services recently added during National Library week its Evcic Morris librarian is a familiar person to these Library patrons e a Eft Fry die no i a

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