Irving Daily News Texan in Irving, Texas 1 Jun 1962
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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - June 1, 1962, Irving, Texas
Compare the records 1962 daily news texan Irving Texas i age 3 Bietendorf Heads cemetery political . A ledge Craig Southwest division manager Ler of Commerce unite states addresses the first Aon of the local chamber s practical politics course. Att Arney Floyd Patterson chamber Public affairs chairman looks on. Subject of the first session was a the individual in news texan photo. Ment of the cemetery is urged to pitch in and help with the clean up Campaign. The scoutmaster and the boy scouts have been doing a splendid Job out there and i feel that we should Back them up by going out there to the cemetery and give them a helping hand Quot Bie Tendorf said. The Owers cemetery Assi nation group at their regular meeting held in the Irvin state Batik on wednesday in i elected Bill Bieten lord As their resident Delbert i inner of the Finney Fence co., As its vice president mrs. Sam King was re elec Ted treasurer and mrs. Jane Gilbert Secretary. T hit b. Lively past presi sent and Sam King past vice pre Lent were praised or their Good work during their tenure of office. Refreshments were served a about 20 members present it the Meetin. Bietendorf who was Cha inn an of the Fence Ommi tree denounced that completion of the Chain link a mice is new under Way Ani Choul completed within about three Days. M hey to finance the jul i in r a the Fence was made in i Lonati Otis from pm we ire interested in v prove ment of the Sowers Quot cemetery. Saturday june 2 was Desi Nii As clean up Day at the cemetery and everyone who interested in the improve speral Ion abolition shows accurately a typical Way the communists use the Public without the Public s awareness or the fact they Are working m behalf of a communist cause Quot said Lorenzo Johns or. After showing the film to the seventeen for Freedom. The film a operation abolition in a presentation a of the i960 communist inspired san Francisco riots against the House i a american activities committee Quot further commented Johns. The motion picture was made available a the Irvine police department. The officers outlined the training program for the summer at the meeting which a held in the Home of Bobby pro Van in president. The group will continue to us it the Christian anti co run ism crusaders pm through the weekly Summe. Meetings. Bill Biet cd big Speedway next week the r eating will be held at the Home of miss Michela Nowell 1222 Brook hollow drive at 2 . Saturday. A the communist mind Quot a Booklet by or. Pre i Schwarz pc present will be the 1 Susmon Center. Scientist to address i ii till Ria us a. Agene r. Brownscombe of Dallas will and Iress in in unitarians at their sunday morning service h week. The truest speaker is a research scientist for Atlantic refining company and a past president of the Dallas unitarian Church. In i Sermon a across a i a Quot or. Re Anscombe will first look Down the his or of science then at the i equate Progress in hurl relations and will cons far the Idemma engulfing is be to their unequal advances. The Oak Haven methodist Church Grauwiler amp n. Irving Heights mate m thi. Spotlight was on Irving a i i Hart 2709 Ridgewood the chief of Redbird Airport new Tower tuesday. All the civic and aviation a . S from the Dallas it Worth up l a a area were in Tendance to led Cate his Tower a Hee George 11 and la d a a of %. Flight Magazine in was the masterly of ceremonies. Up Jyh just before he and a in Rodu a a speaker he told us a funny q one about last f Ehr is years dedication of Addison Tower. Seems that Perl Tibbs who is an old a e Pilot from okla., Lee re to attend. While drive my k to Dallas follow the c re Mony he was hear i to remark. A Airport d a tons sure Aren t what a used to be we d Pur on in airshow drink Moonshine Hind the hangar and raise Heck in general. Now i cys nobody even get killed at one. And look at George now Why he came with two preachers and even brought own wife a a after the rib on cutting we discovered Gene Norris 1140 Faire it aks or in the radio room. He is the technician in charge of All the Tower s electronic equipment. Gene a Naie a typical remark for an Irving the to us while discussing the distance he had to commute to work. A would no to live anywhere else but Irvine the Young people will also hear a message recorded by Vav. I. Trube Ca cd Vic president entitled a War or Maumau Church school 945 a Xvi. Morning worship 11 00 . . 5 30 ajv1. Evening warship 700 . Rev. James m. Gatli pastor Church phone by j-08 Cloux tents Ramins Are in a sense preventive medicines. They help keep you from getting sick. Not have your Vitamin needs a a nosed by a door to door sales a an or Distant mail or or companies. Adv. Millheim pharmacy 14 i l. Irving blvd. First us second at Lucille Robin d Moffat minister by 3-0424 worship.8.45 a St. Stephens Puusa 1803 Plymouth or. Charles c. Miller minister by 3-9011 worship.ii.00 . A i Loye to Fly Quot said Wilber a Ostrem 1818 Standish. After an on again off again flying career dating Back to 1939 he decided a few years ago that he would either Fly More or forget it deciding upon a renewal of his flying interest he has recently been awarded a flight instructors certificate and instrument rating. He is currently seeking an instrument instructors certificate. Ostrum is an accountant for the Texaco Oil co and is planning to become a Par time instructor luring weekends in order to build up his flying time. He is a graduate of Kansas University and was admitted to the Kansas bar. Prior to joining Texaco he was associated with the Cid Pioneer airlines As assistant Secretary and office manager. General aviation pilots in this area will probably hear More from Ostrum in the future. North Irving us Rochelle school Rochelle re. At o Conner re. Ernest l. Helsley minister by 5-2572 . 55 . Sunday school at each Church 9 .45 lieutenant governors race merits thought James a. Jimmy Turman Fannin county Farmer and educator undefeated 3-2 Leader in Selden Runoff poll state Leader first primary got every vote in Home town where people know him Best Winner All four Home races House elected him speaker theatre magnate opponent Lubbock City movie Chain owner 912,000 scratched him in first primary was badly beaten for it gov., 1950 perpetual office seeker the last is year has been Defeated by Home folks in District race More than one third of All workers in this country Are employed in agn business. Irving tent revival and Healing Campaign presided Over House in 205 Dally sessions named ail House committees journal presided briefly during 7 Days out of 600 in Senate no organising experience Senate journal helped House pass criss Cole anti loan shark Bill Best Ever drawn in legislature one of 16 senators voting to kill Cole Bill leaving loan Sharks free to prey favors stricter lobby Bill free of lobbyist influence and under no obligation Texas flooded with lobbyists mail asking his election putting him under obligation fought against obscene movies and literature passed Bill against All obscene matter owner of City Chain movie houses helped exempt them from anti obscenity Bill Leader for More and bettor schools and collages to meet today a growth and challenges no consistent record for educational improvements James Chance Rev. James Chance noted organist will be the guest speaker at a special holy ghost rally for the Young people saturday night at ?45 in the tent revival and Healing Campaign at Loop 12, Bast Irving blvd. There will be special music and singing and everyone is urged to come. Services each night at 745 sunday 2 30 and 45. Evangelist William c. Coker ministers to the sick and afflicted in every sen Dee. You Are invited. A hot rods and old lace Quot tires no such thing As too Young or too old at six flags Over Texas. A there is fun for All this year there Are Many new attractions. Price covers free main Gate admission All rides featured shows at attractions adults $2.75. Children under twelve years old $2.25. Is six flags Over Texas where history is delighting romantic exciting opens to . Daily. Vote for the Best qualified Man first primary and present Leader House speaker onus tout Worth Turnpike
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