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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - February 4, 1962, Irving, Texas Sunday us week Days so bus333 for classified ads volume 57, number 30 news texan weather.,. Clear to partly Cloudy and a Little warmer in All of North Central Texas your Home. Neil paper in Texas fastest grail ing gift Tex Adams a a Guys and is being staged again. This time in Northwest i Irving. As in past productions singing and dancing Are held to a minimum for the act still centers around the business of getting a massive overground water Reservoir up in the air. The Guys Are the Long cables that stretch from ground to the burgeoning Tower. The gals., bless All two million of Mem will arrive when the tank is completed. And measurements pm each will be exactly the same. It is a Good show. Action has changed Little since 1900. It is the sort of thing Liat Man can put his mind to and understand. There Are no Sleazy Slippery terms like decibels Mach i or syndrome words that Are hard to Chew even after you get your Teeth on them. Hand tools Are abundant. Three foot wrenches sledges with wooden handles hoists torches air hammers. A perfect balance Between brain and brawn. A toe re is something honest and forthright about a water Tower. Hanky Panky is out of the question. A Tower can t be sided together and shipped through the mails. It can to be built under cover then unveiled in one be dazzling moment. It has to go up a piece at a time where All can see. If it leans to one Side it will fall Over. If it leaks everybody knows it. Water towers have Many uses. They Are Handy landmarks. Quot by the water Tower is one direction that can to be misunderstood. They also make excellent lookouts. Before air planes became common water towers were favorite spots for nervy photographers who snapped scenes of Trade Days old settlers picnics and similar notable events. The pictures showed the backs of almost every mule in the county Heads of their Drivers and holes in most Wagon Beds. A on the Irving Job Huston Nutt is Foreman Chicago Bridge and Iron co., contractors. Building big dippers is nuns dish. Although Only 34, he has been with Chi 14 years. He worked on the grand Prairie Tower erected four years ago. The firm has put up several other tanks in the area. Laying out the Job is the most tedious part says Nutt. Quot once you get something % the air you feel first to go up is the Center support. It is plumbed. Next Are the 14 surrounding columns. Aher these Are plumbed everything else has to fit. The prefabricated disks Sag slightly during shipment from the Birmingham Plant and must be tugged and stretched Back into shape with Sledge Torch and key. Aerial Crew mais ties in new line at 67. Rogers new Youngblood a to open in Irving formal opening of the new Youngblood a restaurant in the Plymouth Park shopping Center in Irving is scheduled for 10 45 tuesday morning when mayor Lynn Brown will Cut a ribbon stretched across the front door of the building a delegation of City and chamber of Commerce officials will be present at the formal opening ceremony and will then be guests of Youngblood a for an 11 00 o clock luncheon. The restaurant has been open for two weeks but a formal opening was postponed until All employees became familiar with the operation. Specially of the restaurant is Fried Chicken cooked by the company a exclusive recipe. Two Large dining rooms will seat 203 persons and one dining room can be made into two compartments by Means of a sliding door which will provide a dining room for banquets and private arrangement will allow a private party to be served in seclusion while Normal business goes on. The dining rooms Are furnished in special hand made furniture of Ponderosa Pine in new England farmhouse design. A big mural depicting Pioneer Days covers the Wall of one dining room. Besides dining room and take out service the restaurant will also offer a Complete catering service andean handle any size group at any place within the Dallas and Tarrant county areas. John Price Anderson who is an experienced restaurant Man and has managed Youngblood a restaurants in Waco Austin Houston and fort w Orth will be in charge of the new Irving location. The new Irving location is the 18th in the Chain of restaurants that started with one location in Vav actin 1945, All the restaurants Are owned Aud operated by Youngblood a inc with Headquarters in Waco. Y Jungbl oods inc., is one of the most unique poultry organizations in the world As it owns and operates its own egg producing farms broiler growing farms hatchery feed Mill processing Plant and the Chain of restaurants. The company produces More than 5,, broilers a year with about 25% of the output being consumed by the restaurants. Ovid Youngblood is president of the company. He is the youngest son of j. A Youngblood founder of the company a and has been in the Chicken business most of his adult life. Phone firm a f amp today be Rua by 4,1962 o ,."v of men trucks for upgrading 6crash 9 rally planned Headquarters opened Ori i Irvil for demo group bolts party joins cop Camp by Charles Lewis the largest Utility improvement project Ever undertaken in Irving was in full Swingon overtime pay a saturday. The target was completion of the southwestern states Telephone company s upgrading program by june 30. Division manager w Illiam is Slinger told the news texan Friday that a total of 103 men have been pressed into service on the Job. A a they Are working to hours a Day six Days a week a Esslinger said. Quot the overtime Factor makes the hourly payroll hit about $400, or $24,000 a the Telephone executive said the All out Effort is being made in order to Complete an upgrading program begun 13 months ago. So far he said 3528 upgrades had been completed by Jan. 31. Upgrading most often involves supplying private lines in place of the old fashioned party line service. Using 66 truck about $200,000 Worth of rolling Stock technicians Are concentrating on the six sectors of Irving in which modernization has not been completed. Quot most of the work now underway is up in the air where people can see what a being done a Lossl Ritger said. A before we were completing feeder Cable underground with some lines hav ing As Many As 1500 customers involved. This Progress was the part that was hard to in order to amass the work Force now on the Job Esslinger called on southwestern states divisions in three other states and other sectors of Texas. Twenty of the vehicles and 45 of the workmen came from out of town and Are residing at local motels the phone manager stated. Total Cost of the improvement program will run about $4,500,000. A Post card poll was run at the Start of the program checking to see what Type of service local residents wanted. About 4,500 additional customers said they wanted off party lines and on straight single party lines. Esslinger said the company will Endeavor to make the modernisation As close to too percent coverage As possible. Quot there May be isolated instances where this will not be accomplished by june 30, but these will be very minor exceptions to the Rule a he promised. Quot we be had with that statement a group of prominent Irving democrats revealed saturday a mass movement to abandon the democratic party and join the Republican Camp. The group headed by or. Paul Laird former Irving mayor announced they had decided to Quot take an open stand against the socialistic trend of the National democratic in announcing officers and a full time Headquarters at 142 s. Main Irving the group urged Quot All democrats of like persuasion to join with us in this a rally will be held Here March 2, where a mass denouncement of the socialistic trends of the democratic party is planned. In the meantime the group will maintain the Headquarters on a full time basis from 8 30 . To 4 30 . Quot it is our opinion that the Republican party offers our Best Hope at this time for a return to constitutional government and we urge All who Are in sympathy with this movement to Call bl4-9134 or come by Headquarters and join the Republican party a a prepared statement said. Or. Laird was elected permanent chairman at an organizational meeting Here last wednesday. Other officers include mrs. H. L. Dixon Secretary Lee Borah treasurer Ashley Rivers chairman of the office committee mrs. Clifford Moore chairman of the women a committee and mrs. Rita Hardin publicity chairman. The group released the following prepared statement explaining their abrupt action Quot we the undersigned being duly concerned about the National Security of the United states of America and the Freedom and dignity of the individual american do hereby resolve to take a formative action to signify our concern. A we believe that the american government has taken a dangerous trend toward centralization and authoritative control of the individual citizen. We believe that this trend and those who favor further centralization through the Federal government Are the real reactionaries of the twentieth Century. Quot we affirm our Faith in the integrity and ability of the individual american and believe that he has the Nate capability with god s guidance to plan and regulate his own life with a minimum interference from a Central government. We believe that the National democratic party has been taken Over by people who propose to make America a socialist state and we Are unalterably opposed to such Bond Sale due for underpass finance or. Paul Laird How much will the sorely needed Iowa St. Underpass Cost at the Rock Island tracks the question will be partially answered for City commissioners wednesday when a tabulation on bids on Sale of $600,000 in City Bonds is presented. Bids in the form of interest rates will determine How much actual construction the City will get for its Money. In round figures the underpass is expected to Cost about $215,000, with Rock Island shouldering about $15,000 of the Cost. The Railroad is expected to submit detailed plans for the construction project by the end of february. It is still hoped the underpass can be ready by the Start of school next fall since Iowa carries an extreme Burden in school traffic. The underpass project carries with it extensive improvements for Iowa St. Itself running from Irving blvd. To Lively. The City commission has not indicated where the balance of do Street Bond Money will be spent in other action at wednesdays session set one Day earlier this week commissioners Are due to a consider a request for residents of Rose St. For Street widening and resurfacing estimated Cost $3,500. Rule on acceptance of the final plat for Oak View addition no. 4. This Homes project would have 25 lots located East of Story re. And South of 10th St. Consider abandoning plans for the paving of voir in St., due to inability to obtain the recommended amount of right of Way from part of the property owners. W or Kehs amass y Victory in sight final report tuesday Irving Symcma fund total moved up to the 66 percent Mark Friday night due largely m j to sheriff of Cochise gets hooked on Loop John Bromfield televisions sheriff of Cochise had occasion to meet the local Law men Friday evening. He wound up with a suspended sentence. It All began when in Irving patrolman stopped Bromfield on Loop 12 near the Dallas gun club for exceeding the peed limit. When the patrolman brought the actor into the station asst. Police chief Leon Powers called judge George Lyons at a local Bowling Alley. The judge had just been pressed into duty to keep score for Hetty Morse and Peggy Johns. Upon arriving at corporation court he proceeded to mete out Justice and fined Bromfield $15. The judge who has a heart for fellow Law men then suspended the sentence. South room the South dining room is fitted with spoke leg tables and Lavderback chairs with real cowhide seats a Corner Cabinet with antique China gives the dining area a Homelike atmosphere. To Stout work by women drive workers. A Victory is in sight and is very Likely to be gained if workers who have not worked their Prospect cards will do so a chairman Jim Casey said. A the inspiring work done by the women in this Campaign should serve to Spur on some male workers who have As yet failed to Casey said the drive would be extended a Day and a half longer until noon tuesday. A at that time we will meet for what we Hope is a Victory luncheon at the Lariat restaurant in Plymouth Park a Casey declared. Quot workers Are urged to attend and turn in Prospect cards regardless of whether the cards have been worked we need them Back in our the Dollar total As of Friday night was $19,109.50, or a Little shy of two thirds of the $28,800 goal. This represents a total membership of 529, including both activity memberships and sustainer. By divisions fund totals on Friday stood As follows division i Harold Secrist Leader $594 division 2, Frank Campbell $648 division 3, Art Hodge $45 division 4, Keith Jones $1286 division 5, or. Eleanor Reck Rev $5663 division 6, g. M. Dykes $4660 division7, Loyd Brown $2858 division 8, Dave Richardson $965 and division 9, h. K. Cooper $2390. The goal for each division is $3600, Casey pointed out. Men to learn techniques of brainwashing techniques of brainwashing will be discussed by panellists Robert w Ood Robert Bowen and Rev. Thomas Cain monday evening at a meeting of St. Luke a menus club. Wood professor of history at the University of Dallas is a graduate of the foreign service school of Georgetown Inive Risty. He spent 34 months As a prisoner of the communists in Korea and is a Captain in the army Reserve. Bowen creative writing lecturer at the University of Dallas and author of the weight of the Cross was a world War ii prisoner of War in the Philippines. Rev. Cain o.p., is professor of philosophy and theology at the University of Dallas. Mayor proclaims science youth Day mayor Lynn Brown signed a proclamation saturday setting aside february 8 As Quot science youth Day in Irving a and urged All citizens to support activities scheduled in Irving Public schools in cooperation with students across the nation who Are also observing Thomas a Edison a birthday Celebration. A since feb. Lith is Edison a birthday and it Falls on sunday Irving Public schools Are setting aside thursday february 8, As the Day to use in honouring the memory of one of americans greatest scientists a supt. W. Thanes said. Science classes in grades seven eight and nine Are working under the direction of their principals to make this first attempt to celebrate Edison s birthday in an appropriate manner As successful and meaningful As possible. Students Are writing biographical sketches of Edison and designating projects or experiments to exhibit which will illustrate some of the scientific discoveries of Edison Hanes said

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