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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - February 19, 1964, Irving, Texas A Pant 2 thi Naif Xan wednesday february 19,1364 i Zale s a 1 i w i j. La spa Daisy. Zoning ordinances being scene. I Rise in Railroad workers Are shown righting the reminder of tile freight cars which derailed in Irving monday m t. Occurring in die 1300 Block of n. Britain the Wren caused an estimated $11,000 6 Haan Ilion it get qty attention wedding bands theological Seminary to hold dinner j. T. Miller services held fun or a i services were held Munday for j a f. Miller of 450? Sylvester. Flu. Lie was the fatties of Jack g. Miller of in inc. He is survived a his wife. Ruth one son Jack g. One daughter mrs. Joann Estes of Houston five grandchild Ren several nieces and nephews. Serv ices were conducted at Ressland memorial Chapel with the Rev. Alan. Johnson and Rev. John Patella off bating. Interment was in rest land. Innovations featured at Cliburn concert two innovations in customary concert procedure will Mark the Van Cliburn Quot Homecoming debut As conductor at a Benefit concert of the Dallas symphony orchestra on feb. 20 at the state i air music Hall. For the first time in local concert history the audience will see a Steinway concert grand piano with a transparent lid. Titis allows Van Cliburn and the orchestra Quot two Way vision when he plays and con hem is exan the Irving doily nows Taxon it Pool it Hod doily of 1622 w Irving blvd., Irving tax Telephone bl3 3333 for Newt of Vort iting or circulation to evict second clots Moil Privily got authorized at Irving Tot do Ivory it by Warrior boy with Tutor Cristion Root of skis por month for Tovtyn Days weakly or si2 yearly within Texas. Out of stat mail subscriptions Art $12 annually or $7 for six months. Notify nows texan at bl3-3333 Between 5 30 and 6 30 . On was Days if your vapor it not Dolivo Rod satisfactorily. On saturdays Ond sundays circulation reports should to Modo of 9 30 a in this is a nows toxin inc. Pub ii of on Stalky t mob Rotor publisher Charles Lewis editor Ond general manager Paul Austin advertising manager Victor Kleiss Tom Wofford Walter Clements Edith Dunn Ond key Tanka i of Vort iting representative Georgs Pruitt circulation Monomer any erroneous rot action on the character of any individual firm or corporation will be corrected if the matter is galled tooth personal attention of the editor ducts the Prokofiev concerto no. 3 As the concluding work of the program. The transparent lid was especially made for Dimitri Mitropoulos when he played and conducted a piano concerto in a new York philharmonic concert commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Steinway company. Van Cliburn is the Only other person to use it. He first conducted with it at the symphony of the air Benefit concert for the Mitropoulos memorial fund in 1%1, and again last summer with the Philadelphia orchestra in Robin Hood Dell. It is being shipped from new York to Dallas for the feb. 20 concert. The other innovation is that Van Cliburn will not use the custom Ary podium when he conducts the orchestra in several symphonic numbers during the first half of the program. Most symphony conductors stand on an elevated platform in order to be clearly seen by the orchestra players. Cliburn who stands 6 feet 4 inches without shoes has found a podium creates problems rather than solves diem for it places him above the players line of vision. Tickets for tile Gal a Benefit performance Are available at tile pox office 1924 Lim Street the Dallas symphony it orchestra office. Zales in Plymouth Park open monday thursday and Friday until 9 00 one zoning Case and a multitude of other items including five ordinances face tile Irving City Council at their regular meeting thursday night. Noble Hall and Donald Owens have requested a change from a single family dwelling to k Light Industry and warehouse zoning on a tract of land on Belt line re. About Midway Between Briery re. And Shady Grove. The planning and zoning commission recommended a protective permit k zoning on the land requiring a 30-feet setback from e3elt line re. And masonry front on die buildings constructed on the lot. Several types of manufacturing plants were excepted from regular k zoning. Final payment to a d. Morgan and co. For two projects will be considered. One a water line on Rochelle re. From Story re. To Macarthur blvd., amounts to $4,761, and the second installation of water and sewer Mains on Toler Lane and second st., is for $3,754.48. Five ordinances including two pertaining to construction will be studied during the session. The construction ordinances include one determining the necessity of improving Union Bower from Nursery re. To Irving hts. Or. And the other adopting Engineer s estimates for sidewalks on the North Side of Grauwiler West of Connor re. The other three ordinance s under consideration include a recommendation from the p-7 Board for a 30-feet setback on Loop 12, the annexation of a Small portion of land East of Story re. And South of Oakdale and the regulating of moving of residences within the City limits. A request by James la Hinckley to delete a portion of land from tile no. I fire zone will be reconsidered. Decision on the request was postponed during last week s meeting until further information could be obtained. School addition tops permits an $82,000 building permit issued to the Irving Independent school District was the largest in a $375,599 week. Building inspector Bill Fletcher reported. The permits were issued during die period of feb. 10-14. The permit is for the addition of classrooms Tot. J. Lee elementary school at 1600 Carlisle. Shell Oil co. Had the second largest permit during the week with a $25,000 permit issued for a service station at 3000 a Belt line re. Another service station permit Irving student pledges Pika Charles David Melton of Irving is one of 146 Spring semester pledges to to social fraternities at North Texas state University. Melton the son of mrs. Mary a Melton 2325 Druid dr., pledged i Kappa Alpha. He is a Junior insurance major at Etsu. The National society for crippled children and adults with 1,426 Laster Seal affiliates is the oldest and largest voluntary Agency serving the physically handicapped. Contributions to the annual Laster Seal Campaign now underway finance its work. Was issued to Socony Mobil Oil co. For a $20,000 unit at 2929 Belt line. L. L. Post was issued a $20,000 permit for a quadra plex at 827 Bluebird. The remainder of the building permits during the week were issued for residences or additions to residences. Through feb. 14, building permits in Tho City totalled $2,920,690 for the year. Building permit totals through the entire month of february 1963, a record construction year were $4,602,192. Scouts plan Pancake breakfast boy scout troop 826 of the a. S. Johnston school is holding a Pancake breakfast saturday feb. 22, from 6-11 . To raise Money for a trailer and two tents. Scoutmaster John Alexander said that other than pancakes Bacon sausage butter and Coffee would be served. The meal will Cost 75 cents for All you can eat. Members of the troop have tickets on Sale during tile week and they can be purchased at the door also. Further information May be obtained by calling Alexander at by 5-5460 before ?30 . During the week. Zalews 14 k Gold contribute to family. Second graders of mrs. Thelma Castleberry of Central elementary Hoo pose for the camera after having brought canned food clothing and contributions for the Owen Randle family after the family had suffered a recent fire loss. Those participating in the kind concern were David Adams Michael Barnes Brian Campbell David Coker Carl Devlin Tony Green Joe Henderson Alvin Holt Rudolph Laurenzana Jack Phariss Billy Bob Shipp James Cumbee Suzanne Akin Julia Archer Donna Crabtree Brenda Crowder Donna Graham Vicki Kenemer Diane Morris Roxann Mcdonald Lillie Norwood Melody press Rebecca Riggs Kay Sargent Janet Tarbutton and Terry Watson. Rehearsing lines. Car Lou i Aller who j i ays Lorraine Sheldon rehearses her lines for Quot the Man who came to dinner which will be presented by the Inin High senior class thursday and Frida. Tickets May be i it purchased from is seniors for $1.00 for adult and 7$ or fur students. Earn a big 4% on stage at the red Naylor and the esquires matinees daily 2 to 4 . 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Illustrations enlarged to skew detail no Money Down easy terms arranged 355 Plymouth Park bl3-0589 the annual founder s banquet for the 40th year of the Dallas theological Seminary and graduate school of theology 3909 Swiss ave., will be held Friday at 7 . In the Conquistador room of the Marriott motor hotel. Speaker for the banquet will be Richard Woike a past president of the Christian business menus committee International. A presbyterian Layman Woike was Active in Che 1957 new York Billy Graham crusade. He was then president of the Manhattan casualty company. After moving to Southern California in the corporate investment business he served As chairman of the executive committee of the 1963 Southern California Billy Graham crusades. Theme of the 1964 founder s banquet is "40 and Forward a which will Survey the four decades of Dallas Seminary s history. 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