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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - February 26, 1963, Irving, Texas News texan weath or Clear to partly Cloudy today through wednesday Little cooler today Little warmer wednesday High today near go Low tonight mid 30 s High wednesday upper 60 s tour Home newspaper in Texas r Keo it volume 58 number 46 Irving Tyeray Hiam Petro tidy Marty Giani pet to i Iai p to Ell of Powell s meats at goo. Shady Grove was tempted to have a shipload Sale but decided that it May be a bit premature. He says everybody is having Carload sales truckload sales and Frei hit sales so he a planning a ship Load Sale As i soon As the docks Are built on the Trinity River project. Until then we will have to Settle Tor his refrigerated truck for those delicious steaks. Plate Moss and Ralph i Coker of Peters Home and Auto in the Irving North shopping Center really live the Good neighbor policy. Iti Lajeune Beauty Quot Aion is located sort of catty Comer from the Home and Auto store so Moss and i. A Oker set up a big . In their show window so the girls can watch it from the Beauty Salon luring their spare moments. Just one More pretty it die Iris and they might figure a Way to have the sound piped in for you too. While waiting out the building of their new Home in Kings country or. And mrs. Charles Racke have spent a great Deal of time at the location. As usual All new Home site4 bring out the youngsters for their War games and die children from Skyline drive have made this area thedr Battlefield. Over the stacks of lumber behind the Moun 14 of Earth deep in the trenches of water lines the machine guns rat a Tat Tat my the grenades explode. Racke even Tho under Laving a discussion i a six year old Marine i told her that his name is it Nelson and his father is Bob Nelson of Hirst fed a and that he owns All the Perry around there. When s. Racke told him that she soon be moving into her ouse Apt. Bobby said a Erv business Lute tone that a Fine just be sure he we can her Bob Nelson com very nicely m fire w w i or or mrs woul new in a a a of i to pay see ant inc a1 or Gnu you i irs ired to about a Are tar that Lisle came Rais it Anc to Nur Cut not like whet our the garage Assembly line. When the neighbors pitch in to help even the candidate with the Low Campaign budget can produce quite a few Yard signs. At least that a the Contention of Joe n. Watkins candidate for City commission place 5. Watkins right is shown in die garage of his Home at 2215 Addington being assisted in sign production by his wife Joann and neighbors or. And mrs. James gee. News texan photo Loral roof sets Pace members of the Irving roof 872 have held the record Banner for five months in the Dallas county Odd fellow round up. They will try and continue this record by attending the Walker Lodge 7, wednesday evening at 730 . The Dallas Lodge is located at 611-1/2 East 10th Street. Those to be honoured Are grandmaster of Texas Joe Hatcher of fort Worth Deputy grandmaster dub King of Paris and grand Warden Jack Warden. All past grandmasters and grand officers Are urged to be present. Filing cutoff 5 Days away Dan Matkin officially filed for candidacy in the april 2 City commissioners election race monday leaving Only one place where a candidate is unopposed. Place 3 incumbent Joe g. Jeter still does no to have an opponent for the election. A total of 12 Irving men have filed for a commissioners berth a including three in House passes Bui i v Willim i Al s i in i Pic Quot passes a i ill bran i Aal inter St Mon cd Lor it a Ion i he Louse As spelt Isi Adon to it -1 in permits for Ive i ire be n ate he Senate consent. Said As be close a. Jav hear about the who took his shoes Gypsy shoe repair he picked ticket and it or to hear ays Selling sex Germany Declar first world War is. He immediately in so Aye i away four years j Home got married a a family Ani then spent or tour years ugh Ting the second War. Game Home raised several grand children and decided to move into a lamer Home. During the move he happened to find the Little Lam ered ticket and remembered about Che shoe and just for tile fun of it went Back to the Little Gypsy shoe repair shop. Pie Gypsy Man was still to Are now very Bent and old lie took the ticket went to the Back room came out my Aid a the shoes Arena a ready but come Back this afternoon and i will have them ready for i Ekey report. Littly Marty our granddaughter of six in nth just Cut i or first tooth another first for Irving. Even though Jacque our poodle ate the greater Ner of teething biscuits absconded with several in rings the baby still the tooth. We still Are certain whether Jacque Little Marty or not. But he Over heard Jackie daughter say that she and baby would soon have to leave Tor their Home in Connecticut he de ii an to applaud. In Xan i rags on Irving one a Industrial foundation for the High Caliper of leaders it has secured. A special lop of he hat to Bob a we president of Shamrock Van line for agreeing to take this pre Dency of the foundation we Lek in a non profit Corno Unity buil Ling corporation. It us Ina minus fight in. M Dias a to isl alien eels Lams Aurum a is for issuing Lashell in t in on ult Gull i Oast rho Bill won 7 we pro a1 Over tax sore nut jilt up in a group of i ers who i it v Cal Lim Ite tour re Throe Tun i fore House me my under Tan i he Bill v oui hav e the St a game Anc i ish c commission consider Industrial rain As -.ell. S Man be ii. Life habitat it Hen it rules on permits a or ire in. Hie sen a abated gov John Connally a proposal or committee to Stu y e cation Bey on v High scowl but quit without taking a vote sen a sch Art Issue ills Ion a Lite notice sen a that he will .Ell and vote of senators in to the Lames c i o so. I sessions until the Senate Chun t its Rule s. He Coneen s current rules Only say til a t senators cannot reveal information about nominees v Hen they consider in Closen session nominations by the governor that Are subject to interprets Ion rules Quot i am not bound to keep my vote a secret nor am i bound. To Keary other vote lie Sal the sen a Rule provides Only that remarks co Ricer nit a Nomine �?T4 quantic dons or character Quot shall a kept secret a the Senate Tot into its to t bitter Perio of the session when it rejected the nomination y formally o St. John Gary of o Austin As a i Niv Ersita o Lex As recent the Are in Bill was attacks y rep Hob i cd i it it of Houston As a on <�1 the most cleverly Drai of Bills in be Ever t Cichar it Sai the Bill Quot a oui threaten three Elveater Bay reefs cons r Quot some of our last of. Of ten by re. Dick Brown of Hitchcock an i Harris of Galveston also oppose tin ill. Tilt it me Ai i ish commission must reject a permit to re a ii the hedging oui Tim Aten Marine life Uch As Oyster Beds the Bill would mean ii Industrial Ain outweighed harm Tow ii i life habitat the commission i oui. Issue die permit and was. To pages today tuesday february 26,1963 reduced in youths death new count Misdemeanour cum Bents. Deadline for filing is saturday Midnight. Matkins filing came following a weekend of relatively heavy campaigning by candidate including the presence of Many candidates poster signs around Irving Campaign coffees and meetings. Matkin will be vying with a current member of the commission Everett Veach who has vacated his place 6 seat for the place 2 spot. Place 2 is presently filled by Charlie Jamieson who says he wont seek another term of office. Matkin a a member of the Irving planning and zoning Board in 1962has resigned that position to run for commissioner. Present commissioners Veach place 2vernon Walker place 4 and Jeter place 3have filed for re election. Only Jamieson has said he would not run. Commissioners Hans Smith and Sam Hill have made no political announcements As yet. The mayors race has shaped up As a three Man meeting including present mayor Lynn Brown former mayor or. Paul Laird and Ashley Rivers. Filing deadline is saturday at Midnight and As of monday night the election is As follows a place Zoffie Bayless and Mabel Cooper. A place 2 Veach and Matkin. A place 3jeter is unopposed. A place 4thomas s. Walker and Vernon Walker. A i lace 5 a Joen Watkins . Walker jr., and Robert h. Power. A place 6william r. Fuller and . Parker or. The Dallas county grand jury monday returned an indictment of aggravated assault against Robert Garrett Hutchinson Iii who was previously charged with murder in connection with the death of 18-year-old Duane Donald Fuller. An aggravated assault charge Misdemeanour a carries a penalty of a $25 to $1000 Fine a jail sentence of from one month to two years or both. Fuller who lived in the Garden Oaks apartments died dec. 31 following a fight at motes drive in the evening of dec. 30. Hutchinson 19, was charged with aggravated assault and released on a $500 Bond the night of the fight but was charged with murder following the death of Fuller. Hutchinson a attorney Dennis Brewer has been confident of a lesser return since a preliminary hearing Jan. 30 in Dallas. At the preliminary hearing Brewer wove a pattern of testimony which indicated at the time he would contend that choking on food and possibly injury from other causes were the main factors in the death of Fuller. Brewer has also mentioned conflicting testimony All along and it was his main strategy in the preliminary hearing. It apparently proved a Strong Point in the grand jury s action. Beverly Gay Foley 16, and Bobby Baxter witnesses at the preliminary hearing admitted it was hard to see All of the activity going on in fullers car the night of the fight. Both were at the driven when two of Hutchinson a companions and Fuller s companion Roger Stevens were involved in a fight. Hutchinson contends he went to Fuller s Side of the car asked what was happening and then Fuller slammed the car door on Hutchinson a thumb. Miss Foley testified in the preliminary hearing she saw Hutchinson deliver a Quot chopping blow to fullers Throat Pius hitting him three or four times. Later in the hearing she testified she had signed a statement at brewery a office saying a it All happened so quickly its hard to .Ell what also brought up in the hearing was another part of the statement she had made thai said she a May have seen Hutchinson hit Fuller Quot with the Back of his but in a not when it hit flu hit hard of the asian flu virus were a visible Hazard the sky in Irving monday might have looked like it had a Case of los Angeles after whizzing through the month of february with a High attendance rate the local Public school system monday was hit a hard blow by flu like illnesses. Asst. Supt. Cd. Webb said three school principals 32 teachers and secretaries and 1510 students were absent from classes monday. This was almost la percent of the citywide student population whereas Normal absences run about 6 out of every too students. The toll included principals James Day of John Haley school Lynn Conner of Central and Wayne Wilson of . Lee. School supt. . Hanes also was ailing but it was not ascertained if he was a flu victim. As late As Friday of last week the school system had been rolling through the month with Only 5 percent absences. Around the City indications also pointed to a sudden onslaught of flu infection. One news texan advertising salesmen reported that three store managers out of eight contacted monday were Home in bed with flu. Carpenter getting 4 Ian Esbond fluids poised for by Quot qty works program j r City work projects to Cost an estimated $1,825,000 have been approved for the year by Irv mgr a City commission. The work program stems from last year s $7,900,000 Bond election. Included on the project list Are Street water storm sewer Park fire equipment and sanitary sewer improvements and a new poll e building. The Street improvement projects will Cost an estimated $495,000--largest figure on the work program. No official action has been taken on the construction of the new police building but an estimated $100,000 Are available for the building. Five architects have requested to be considered on the project. Water improvements follow Street improvements in project costs. It is figured the water improvements will Cost $395,000. Informal approval has been indicated and preliminary plans Are being prepared for improving of Carpenter Road from Highway 183 to Northgate drive. Improvement there will consist of two 24-foot driving lanes with a 14-foot median strip with 80-feet of right of Way. This project will Cost an estimated $260, too. Other Street improvements called for Are i Union Bower Britain to of Connor 2 sidewalk installations to be designated by the commission 3 Story Road Highway 356 to Highway 183, and 4 Volunteer and extra Width paving. Storm sewer improvements will be included with the Street improvements from Carpenter Road Highway 133 North and Union Bower Britain to o Connor. These p it Jecus will Cost approximately $190,000. Five items Are included on the water improvements. A project from Highway 183 and Story Road to Carl Road will Cost an estimated $160,000, and improvement from Rochelle Road and Story Road to Carpenter Road will Cost about $100,000. Other water improvement projects Are i Rock Island and Story Road to brie $65, too2 Utility adjustments on Loop 12 and its Vicinity $50,000and 3 Brockbank maintenance and improvements $20,000. Funds of for Sani the estimated $300,000 available tary sewer improvements will probably be exhausted in three major projects outlined in the work program. A Nursery Road Relief main will Cost about $120,000, a South trunk main and Elm Fork number eight Relief main project will Cost approximately $175,000, and worn on oversize Mains will run about $5, too. Of world Irving citizens key to Atti tide sir vey an attitude Survey to determine the future needs of Irving has been undertaken by the local Junior chamber of Commerce. The daily news texan is cooperating by publishing today the Survey Check form for Irving citizens. Included on the form Are chances to Grade local City facilities medical services recreational opportunities cultural opportunities Public school programs and make feelings known about the Community in general. The list to be graded by you the citizen is found on Page two of today s int. Readers should Check the items As desired. On questions needing written answers readers should use extra paper and attach the answers to the forms when they Are returned. Forms should be mailed to Community attitude Survey Irving Junior chamber of Commerce Box 12, Irving. Its a Way to get your sentiments and a Way to get an Overall Outlook from All citizens known. Candidate goes after votes. Were Host and hostess to City commission. Or. And mrs. Carl Smith 2816 Brockbank candidate Dan Matkin As he moved his Campaign into High gear Over the weekend s at a Coffee held in the Smith Home Matkin standing urge impartial cd government without regard to personal obligations or factions. Listening to one Orf his talks at a come and go affair were left to right ice. Stilwell mrs. Stilwell mrs. Carlsr it Melissa Smith Carl Smith and Jack came. News texan photo by United press International new Delhi prime minister Jawa hartal Nehru said monday the bitter dispute Between communist China and the soviet Union is evidence the communist world is cracking up. Washington the House armed ser vices committee moved monday to breathe new life into the controversial ks0 manned supersonic bomber program in Defiance of president Kennedy and the Pentagon the committee calling the Pentagon s increasing Reliance on missiles a a dangerous course a voted 31 to 5 to authorize another $363 million for two More of the planes. Kennedy has said repeatedly he does t want the authorization fort Worth the fort Worth school Board met monday and announced that it will present a desegregation plan to . Dist. Judge Lew Brewster tuesday. Dallas health authorities feared monday that cases of asian Type flu virus infections May reach a new High in Dallas. Brussels France used its veto a second time monday to dash British Hopes of joining the european common Market. Officials said the new veto probably will kill further moves by other members to permit British entry

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