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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - June 2, 1962, Irving, Texas Volume 57, number 132 to pages today saturday june 2. H62 one million expected at polls today bulletins by up International Holyoke mass. A Young Hok Yoke optometrist who enjoys a thriving practice Here plans to give it up and move his wife and six children to new Mexico to serve As missionaries. Miami a plaque was unveiled at Miami International Airport Friday honouring Amelia Earhart on the 25th anniversary of her Takeoff from Here on a tragic around the world flight. New York the protestant Epi i Scopal Church of the holy Trinity g closed for five years in a dispute Over the left Wing affiliations of its pastor was open again Friday under the auspices of the Church army i an episcopal evangelistic society. The Church army has taken Over the famous Brooklyn Church for the training of its workers according to capt. Robert Jones director. Tokyo saturday japanese officials scientists and students protested against the series of . High Altitude nuclear tests explosions scheduled to Start today in the Pacific. The students whose rioting forced cancellation of president Eisenhower a 1960 visit said they will March on the embassy 3,000 Strong. Japanese authorities assigned 500 riot pol ice to keep them Back. Washington chairman John c. Stennis of the Senate subcommittee studying alleged military a muzzling Quot announced Friday that undersecretary of state George Ball will be questioned monday about deletions from speeches of military leaders. Irving North gets Christian Church Irving groundbreaking ceremonies for Irving North Christian Church will be held at 3 . Sunday at Rochelle and Carpenter re. The new congregation is under sponsorship of the Dallas county joint Board of Christian churches and first Christian Church of Irving is cooperating in the project. The Rev. Joe r. Babb is interim minister. Completion Date for the first unit of the new Church is set for september. The first unit will be the Fellowship Hall and sunday school rooms and will seat 250 for worship services. Later a Sanctuary seating 750 will be constructed. Irby George is chairman of the steering committee for the new congregation. Clarence Williams is chairman of the building committee. Or. T. T. Swearingen executive Secretary of the Board of Christian churches will preside at the groundbreaking and de Demetri president of the Dallas county joint Board will also be present. John Don both see victories by Preston Mcgraw Dallas up an expected one million Texas voters will determine in a Den socratic Runoff primary election saturday whether die party a nominee for govern Norand the probable next governor a is former Navy Secretary John Connally or new frontiersman Don Yarborough Connally 45, of fort Worth is the conservative in the gubernatorial Runoff despite his background As first Navy Secretary in the Kennedy administration. He predicted a 200,000 vote majority if the total vote is one million. Yarborough 36, a Houston lawyer and supporter of the Kennedy program predicted a 100,000 vote margin. Yarborough a politician with a campaigning style somewhat reminiscent of a Southern evangelist is no relation to . Sen. Ralph Yarborough of Texas. The polls opened at 7 . And close at7 . The states major cities excepting fort Worth uses voting machines. Other precincts use paper ballots. Democrats in addition to nominating a candidate for governor will nominate candidates for lieutenant Gover Nore attorney general and congressman at Large. The republicans will have candidates for the same of see vote pm. 3 lines Dow n at Sund nobody was sure it was a twister which hit Western Irving thursday about 6 30 . But repairmen for Texas Power and Light co. Had a pretty definite idea about the matter. Above silhouetted against the Sunset is one of the 45 foot poles which were chopped Down along Sowers Bird Ville re. By vicious winds. Heavy rain am Hail accompanied the winds. Temporary repair work was completed at 3 minutes past Midnight Friday morning. I raffle had to be re route off Highway 356 because of the 12,500 Klins across the pavement. News texan photo by Charles Lewis we Call him Mac for Short Portland Ore. Up Oregon might have to Start making Bigge r marriage licenses if they get any More couples like the iranian College student and the Oregon City girl who took out a License. The students name is Manoucher Pourmanafzad Dehard Abili. Investigation summary Estes dropped names hushed report shows Jil he had to. Shady Oaks Baptist starts second unit Hurst a Shady Oaks Baptist Church will have a ground breaking service for a second unit sunday at 2 30 . Followed by an ordination service for Mer a to will serve the Church As Active deacons. Construction of the new 74�?~x 64 building is scheduled to Start next week. The unit will include a Chapel educational and office space. The existing building which opened dec. 961 is a 40 by 80 educational unit being used As a combination education and worship building. It is designed for a second floor slated to be added later this year. This building has Central teat and refrigerated air conditioning and is designed Irving North Christian Church for an approved Nursery. N Ursery workers Are employed by the Church. Rev. Clifford l. Jester pastor of the Church states that sunday school attendance last sunday w As 145, and training Union 81. The Church has five organized choirs and an Active youth program. Sunday services Are As follows sunday school 9 45 . And morning worship at la . Training Union is at 6 30 . And evening worship 7 30 . Teacher free on $1,000bond North Richland Hills a mrs. Jean Parson May sixth Grade teacher at Smithfield elementary who was arrested on a forgery charge thursday was released on $1,000 Bond Friday afternoon. Her father . Pearson of Weatherford made therond. The teacher is charged with several thousand do i la r s Worth of forgeries the Tarrant county sheriff s department said. A Chain of events and description of articles purchased resulted in her arrest As she attended a luncheon thursday at Diamond Oaks country club Given by faculty members of the Smithfield school. By Roy Mcghee and Bernard Brenner Washington i up Billie sol Estes once said he would Appeal to agriculture Secretary Orvile Freeman and to president Kennedy if necessary to Block any move to upset his Cotton allotment deals a Long secret investigative report said Friday. The 140-Page report compiled by agriculture department investigators last summer and fall was completed oct. 2"t, 1961. Since then it has been kept under a ton Fiden Tiala Seal although Many of the events described in the document have been made Public during investigations of Estes High flying activities in Cotton planting and government Grain storage. The report also said a the late speaker Sam Ray rites today for Moreland Smithfield a Clyde it. Moreland 55, who died thursday in a Hospital will be buried in Smithfield cemetery after services at 2 . Saturday in the Baptist Church in Smithfield. He was a native of fort Worth and had lived in Smithfield for 30 years. Moreland was an employee of Texas bit lithic company. Survivors include his wife five sons Eugene to l. And Bobby Moreland at Haltom City and Charlie Moreland of Hurst two daughters mrs. Betty Lou for Sagee of fort Worth and mrs. Mary sue a Dell of Haltom City two Sisters mrs. Barbara Ray and mrs. Mary Dalton of California three Brothers Lonnie Moreland of Irving Edward Moreland of fort Worth and Lewis Moreland of Oklahoma and nine grandchildren. Burn of Texas received complaints about Estes opera Lions in late 1960 and asked for a report on his Cotton dealings a Henry Marshall an Ugri culture i part near o f f i c Ial was found shot to death under last june suspected that Estes deals were or propel and asked a county level farm official to help tet evidence. A commercial solvents inc., i new York firm which sold fertilizer to Estes and reportedly bankrolled some of a Grain storage business had taken alien on some of Estes land presumably As Security for Loans. The e d e p a r t in e n t s Yves i gators were looking into complaints that Estes was illegally transferring Cotton allotments for his lands in Reeves and flee of counties Texas. Wien the investigators went to Estes and his aides they Crew liar denials of wrongdoing s and predication that Estes would Appeal to Freeman and to the president if services Pend for Marshall Hurst a funeral arrangements Are pending at Black s funeral Hor a 116 Arthur dr., a or Charles p. Marshall "2, of 317 Al st., Hurst who died Friday. Or. Marshall is a retired restaurant owner. He is survived by his wife Grade Aliet on daughter mrs. Edna Fay Youngblood one son William b. Marshall ill of Hurst and one brother George p. Marshall of Claremont Calif. He had to. Estes told an investigator that he personally knew Little about the transactions since tie did not have sense a nou it to handle die he said he left them to his a ends. The report said Estes insisted that his agents had followed the advice of departmental officials in their operations. If these officials Ever intended to change the rules in a e Middle of the game t pc a id take the n Atter direct to the Secretary of Agri culture and the president if necessary a a the investigators quoted Estes As saying. To n Dennison Estes a a to Arnes a s quoted a s Tell my he invest tetors that Estes had $2 million or $3 million tied up in Cotton allotment transfers. Your signature please. Mayor Lynn Brown of Irving looks pleased enough to go on signing his name ail Dan reason is three fold left to right Deborah Riley Diantha King and Alice Ruth Butler. They have. With very Little Effort talked the mayor into proclaiming saturday As a miss Irving Day ill Honor of the Quot miss Irving pageant scheduled at 8 . Saturday night in the is auditorium checking on the last minute detail is Meredith Bolger left representing the Irving Junior chamber of Commerce pageant sponsors. News texan photo weekend used car realty Marl daily it it sunday Lod w Eather partly Cloud scattered showers Derstore ending in v b a Rou. Sun Lay r

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