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9 Aug 1962

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9 Aug 1962

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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - August 9, 1962, Irving, Texas A the with Xan thursday August 9, 1962 pm �<4% watch out for the Guys minor spores push urged by executive end of the Day. A. X Parco s sting of John boldly Sam Smith Mike Goss and John Calhoun spent Saturn. Chan sunday morning on Lake Dallas skiing and swimming to celebrate a Dinc s i a birthday. At the close of the Outing. Bolding and Smith Are shown cleaning but the beat and preparing for the trip Home. The Best ready for in classic strikes n spaces Triangle Trio me a Ich Chi Petersen i s ports i d no r is or defending on Jay by it Anc to it Kines of in if a fair a j a cd Nickle us of am re squares Jot has a a a Ris tit savers w i l a j 5 2 s wet rec sea. It Ai an a it in a Adea a of 99 Bursess ran g Tiht hone Womer s . Game Betts tar w mum it Hij series Bett it tar to t. Game team 6 5 in 7 a Seres three pearls Busy bowders High game tags Ier. V Doris a Baoe. series Rosa Westbrook 504 Jean to Vior 49. 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Chi a. \ Inge phar 1< it Jim f in a ecu f Tanek Harbert and Bob Ros Nix an. F rrr.-. R l. S. Open titleholder Tommy Bolt Jol b r a Billy Casper Jack i. Cd or to Littler Cary mid Ile calf and Laww or Sham. Pro a a intr r 4. A v re t or Nanu in this year also As in la Fie i a the strongest for any a if i or Nam it this y a. J my Jacobs and Doug it a Ade r s a d to the St w a err. Up rounds with Jay Bort and s. Acha cd. Ties late dates n Imi Gutter age i sell in our pin w Jers i Misi its t weeder a of s i our hulls out a Dws pin Heads up l. Men s High g Evans me As s i 4 St Ries Elmer to. By James t. Young Lubbock Tex. Up Kansas state basketball coach Tex Winter said wednesday the present wide open recruiting tactics could very Well influence athletes when contacted by gamblers. Winter speaking at a press conference at 30th annual Texas High school coaches association clinic said once a boy is told to forget his agreement with a school and a watch out for himself,1 could easily forget again when a Gambler tells him the same thing. Kovac from Page one ated by businessmen. However All corporations pay rent for the use of the rooms. They meet once a week for two hours a night and Board meetings Are held once every month. A school always comes first a emphasized Kovac. Quot a does t interfere with a person s studies if plans his time. Anybody who lets their grades fall below pass my has to get Kovac Hopes to have too a corporations in business within the next three or four years and Irving is one of the principal places in which new companies Are needed. Until this year Texas Power and Light company wa5 the sole supporter of a in Irving. The name of or veg s Only a corporation is teen Craft and this year is students can establish just about As Many companies As they like under Jan a auspices. Line Temco Vough thas agreed to act As sponsor for any new a companies in the area. One of the reasons that business and Industry leaders Are so opened handed about supposing a is that Many of them use Jaas a training ground for their Young executives. That is they require their up and coming Young men to do a stint with the Jaas an advisor to one of their corporations. As a matter of fact when Kovac himself took the Job As executive director did it mainly to gain executive experience. Another reason business leaders Are interested in promoting a is that a shows the country s Young people America s business system really can work for them. Quot we re Selling the free Enterprise system said Kovac. Winter said a National letter of intent is necessary to help smash such scandals. A if you could Check on the boy involved in the basketball scandals you would probably find that they were highly recruited Quot Winters said. He said that once a person is told to cheat it will be that much easier to cheat the next time. He emphasized a National letter of intent would put a Stop to such actions and would help a lot in ail recruiting programs. The former Lubbock resident said the main things a coach can do Are Alert his boys to the possibility of the gamblers and screen his recruited Talent carefully. By Orval Jackson St. Petersburg Fla. Up the president of the United states Lawn Tennis association de Turville sr., sportsmanship awards Given four players four Irving baseball players were named sportsmanship award winners tuesday night at presentation ceremonies on the Irving boys baseball association Field. Don Garey who plays for the saints of the minor league Larry Langley a member of the Sophomore league oilers Phil Hart of the Colts in the to shirt league and Jim Ingram of the cardinals in the i Junior league were the award winners. Selections were Thad by umpires of the leagues after receiving nominations from team managers. Trophies were donated by the f or St National Bank of Irving. Grapevine Rodeo said big Success called wednesday a change in the physical edat0n pro Quot Grams in the naif1 s schools. Turville said rear Ems a Phasis should bit n carryover sports�?T1101 As ten Quot Nis Golf sal1? and swimming. A we Are nation of spectators ii Rad of l1-cipants,&Quot t1110 we Are a a tit a units. Turville this was evident in recant report in which of went Kennedy said that 40er cent a nation s people Are physically11c tulle said other nations Are Irving hard to keep fit. A Jer where you go in Eu-r0r#here Are Tennis courts. In Paris club there Are 13jc members and 5,000 on tip mailing list Quot said a a tie Only Way you can get a Nign Pership is for some Yiep Taville said the Tennis situate in the United states is cd the Usta has had to end most of its Money to duct clinics designed to sly Tennis instructors How to Zefi the sport. We find that in most Assn High schools and in cols the Tennis coach is an tractor who also is told is to coach Quot said Turville a in Many cases these people have never played Tennis in their lives and Are not qualified to teach Turville said the United states must begin providing proper training and emphasis for the so called minor sports of the nation is to compete successfully with Iron curtain countries. He pointed to Wimbledon As an example. Both russian Junior players reached the finals of the Wimbledon Junior championships and the russian girl won her division. Two yugoslavian men reached the finals of the doubles play and czechoslovakian woman reached the finals in the women a singles. Quot they ire making Progress Quot Turville said of the Iron curtain nations. Quot they know the Davis cup is the greatest Symbol of the International sports supremacy of any trophy up for grabs. This year for the first time Russia entered Davis cup play Quot Turville said it is important to begin teaching youngsters at an Early age. A you can t Start at 16. You have to Start Early and get proper instruction Quot said. Birds split with yanks members of the Grapevine Riding club All agree that the second annual Junior Rodeo was a big Success. A Large crowd attended the event and plenty of youngsters were in on the action. Winners in each event and age group were pole bending 6tol0�? canny Powers 1st, Mary Gail Mckesson 2nd, Rick Hill 3rd. La to 14 Roger Crouch 1st, Mary Lunsford 2nd, Chip Knost 3rd. 15 to i Carl Crouch i St Cruz Emery 2nd, Johnny bul Man 3rd. Calf Riding 6 to to a Ricky Hill 1st. All others failed to make the whistle. Ii to 14. Mary w inter Man 1st, Chuck Martin 2nd, Bobby Hughes 3rd. 15 to 18 a Bill Nelson 1st. Carl Crouch 2nd, Gene Hicks 3rd. Pc7tato races 6to to Ricky Hill 1st, Mitch Watte 2nd, Timmy Taylor 3rd. La to 14 a Rory Fli 1st, Larry Taylor 2nd, it Winterman 3rd. The Riding club has invited to ride in the and entry at Coppel saturd#?11 and All members whop in can Are urged to attend new York up a Southpaw Billy Hoeft a no hit Relief pitching saved a 4 -3 Victory for the Baltimore orioles Wedith stay in the Nightcap of a doubleheader after the new York Yankees won tax opt m a 3-2, on Bill skew Ron s ninth inning single. Pudgy Jack Fisher was credited with his fifth Victory in the Nightcap but it was Hoeft who belled him Ltd it during a the e run Yankee rally in tax sixth and went on to re tire the last 12 barters in order. Out soon with Bois Moore to 15 to 16 i St. Gene Emery 3rd. A Allen Cribbs Hicks 2nd, Doug barrel races 6 to 10 a Danny Powers 1st. Rick Hill 2nd, Mitch Watters 3rd. La to 14jud Mckesson 1st. Mary w a terran 2nd, Roger Crouch 3rd. Local men at Trade show two local Arr a men Art at my Tacki tending the fifth annual fish american Trade show of the fishing tackle Welcome. Bob n or St Arr to his new position s Battle line or. Quot hell is for Irving theatre. R Boswell s skim Milic to i i Thoni til 2 ii 2 ii a n j by a too i n3 Good flavor t ten m Hoite i it amp a a n mov out most at me calories t t this its to Tatoo slum n k loaf tastes wonderful bos a i 99foj fret go j a Otheir i Etc Quot nutrition the Gertru i Arlington 5,0 Helf Eief if up weight sow try it today Irv in grand Prairie Irving by Charles Lewis love those a volunteers a w e re talking about architect Doug Grogan and Tel Boss Jim Gregory. Mrs. Harry Teal says Doug and Jim deserve credit for Quot volunteering Quot to donate blood while she was in the Hospital. Actually i was mrs. Grogan and mrs. Gregory who did the volunteering for their husbands. But mrs. Teal appreciated the gesture voluntary or not. And we appreciate the Nice note mrs. Teal wrote from the Hospital concerning the s coverage of the two Sabin vaccine clinics a a a texan brags on the $2,500,000 added annual payroll brought to our area by tie air route traffic control Center just dedicated Ataman Carter f held. Let s lure All those i a workers to Irving a a Back from Seattle and world s fair Are or. And mrs. Lou Lacey. Take a tip from them and Don t try to go up in the famed space Needle a the fair. It requires a two hour and 45 minute Walt. Interesting Call from mrs Joe Crouch 3002 Hei Lewis met informed us that the old Sowers store mentioned in the article on Sowers re. Last sunday really had some bargains by modern Day standards. The Grandfather of or. Crouch Alec Crouch received a Bill from storekeeper de Sowers in the fall of 1897 for the sum of $3.90. The Bill listed merchandise including Black powder a pair of shoes Tulip seed and 15 Yards of shirting material. Or. And mrs. Crouch ran across the Bill among some old keepsakes and thought the folks of Irving ought to know prices Haven to always been so High manufacturers association aug 5-8 at Chicago. They Are Hubert Speer of 2701 Wallin drive Irving and t. O. Smith of Hurst. Speer will reps it til a co i i vision of Brunswick sports Tulsa okla., an exhibitor in the show. The aft a show is the largest in the world devoted to Ashing tackle and closely Allied products. Mon than 4,000 Parsons about half of them exhibitors and thir representative s and the other half buyers will see Marly it takes a to patience stamina skill and above All an expert martan a prize winning prong Horn Antelope in the it and rugge<3 Plains of West Lexas and f. K. Rinehart 1515 tip Street Arlington measures up to All of these qualify003 since the season Rinehart has begged four prong Horn antelope141 As worthy of recognition from the Boone and Crockett we re Only the world s largest big game Antlers Are red each year. Rinehart is uses the same system each year in Hunting the prs horns. He locates the Herd by Riding in a jeep. A a after ice amp tie Herd by leaves tile jeep and walks stalking the to sometimes for Miles until the old master Buck pus s to lord cover a toll the1 old usually is about fifty Yards bf14 Herd and As reaches the Crest of the Hill hell and turn Side ways looking Back to see if is do being followed then. s when Shoum Hunt Cost s natural to Rinehart who was born and raise0 a cattle ranch on the Snake River in Baho where did Gurr Tot in married a dirt Farmers daughter also 171 Idaho and raised two daughters p Rinehart moved to Arlington in 1953, where is now general Foreman of the metallurgical processing de a ent at the Hance Vought corp. Joined the Arlington sportsman s club and in 1958, Vale Ted As president serving one term. In that same year As also voted As sportsman of the year. Lien it comes to living up to the sportsman s handle done so in a unique form. He Lias won Many trophies on Rifle Range including the i Power championship four ars in a Row the Small bore championship three years n a Row it captured the military trophy with four con Grid season ticket sales Start Here Advance sales of season tickets for the six Irving High Tiger Home football games were reported Quot moving slowly Quot wednesday by athletic business manager Leo Jackson. Tickets went on Sale wednesday morning at the administrative office at Irving High school and the season Booklet will remain on Sale at the school through Friday. Tickets buyers May Purchase the booklets Between the hours of 8 30 . And 12 noon and i . An i 4. Price of the six game ticket package is six dollars. L is year s season ticket holders will have an option on the seats they held last year Jackson explains. Isl Christian enters meet at Arlington Irving Myca Church softball leagues unbeaten first Christian Church will compete in the regional taaf7 tournament at Arlington Friday and saturday. First Christian managed by Troy Wilcox has compiled a record of to wins and no losses for the season. The Myca league is composed of seven Church teams including first Baptist Oak Haven methodist Plymouth Park Baptist St. Luke Catholic and North Side Baptist. Lost amp found 107 lust 2 puts Quot Chinn Quot is Lac k Quot Suie is Fawn coloured i you have ten or have a by r for Matlon on them please Call by 4 7307 or by transportation log 150 displays of new products in Cutie wins for 1963. Besides All the trophies Rinehart has won a pile of medals a. J. Boehm executive air enough to line one of his wife s planter boxes inside and out. Ector said exhibits show i Jas most cherished medal is one that was awarded to him by continuing trend to equip Ner Boone and Crockett club for bagging one of the world s largest prong Horn Antelope in 1959. Above working on membership and building fund for the ask or shooting at a Rifle match Rinehart ands time for a Hobby. He collects antique guns. His collection includes a Stiver engraved Ignasi Flint lock pistol used in the 1700 s in Barcelona Spain. For women s and family As ing to spinning equip of which has made casting Rier Titan before and to lib weight and Quot Ultra ii equipment to put More sex Quot ment and sport into air1? i it -d83 drive Ini >14-9702 Box office opens 7pja, show starts sex Iames Ewar lady wants ride Vicinity in. Beckley 9 00 to 6 00, 5 Days. By 3-6280 laity wants ride to and from work Plymouth Park to Dallas 8 and 5. Bl5-si88 after 600 dogs pets poultry 109 poodle grooming Low i i it i Aln Lull pkg i so i Xii r i grooming shampoo and lip c up $4.00 by 1-h944 Days by Alii r 5 to . Mcc registered English sprit it it pamels 9 weeks. Iii 5 184 j. Autos for Sale 201 the Man who shot Liberty Valance plus John Wayn starring in Tih Rajm 53 Nash statesman. Shift \ overdrive. By 4-8079. 4/door, stir runs Good 51, 98 Olds ii 4 n w Vav tilts new i i Tho -.1. I a my paint Sal or Trad by 5-569, Sal or i Lade 1949 Pontiac Sedan 1952 Chevrolet de $245.00. Delivery and use both i ii 5-140

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