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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - June 3, 1962, Irving, Texas North East in a i Conan Nulty a of Vic it 72 my am in 196162 Mumm at of tidily in news texan weather partly Cloudy and mild sunday and monday High Sun Day lower 80s Low Sunda night upper 60s and High monday upper 80s- Quot i Light and Varia volumes number 133 sunday Ioc week Day so our Home Apoc Paperin Tex fastest Iron inn Tifi Irv ing Dall is county Texas 32 pages today is dash a icon ally wins demo Pool Smith Carr also take victories by Lloyd Larrabee United press International former Navy Secretary John b. Connally seeking his first elective office won tile democratic nomination for governor of Tex amps saturday night in a heated Runoff primary Battle with his Liberal foe new frontiersman Don Carrol i first miss Ltd to ran Irvin i Bobtail hop like. Hop along right and yellow left were born with Practicals no tails at All. And that makes their Friend and protector James Tittle 936 Allen dr., wonder if the Lack of the proper a a background causes them to hop like rabbits instead of running like Normal Kittens do. Or. Tittle who has been confined to a wheel chair for Over six years gets much enjoyment out of his cats and pet dog. News texan Phat it Yarborough. Connally a moderate conservative and a close personal Friend Ani associate of vice president Lyndon b. Johnson took a narrow Lead atthe Start of the vote count and widened his margin opt Ach succeeding return. At to ., with 986,647 votes counted by the Texas i Lection Bureau Connally had polled 504,86 vote.1 to 481,-661 for i a Borough. Reelection a stipulates had been that o in Del Ion votes would be polled. Democratic j primary voters also nominated Joe Pool of Dallas for congressman at Large state sen. Preston Smith of Lubbock for lieutenant governor and former House speaker w Waggoner Carr of Lubbock for attorney general. Connally the Kennedy administration s first Navy Secretary who expressed opposition to some new f Frontier goals such As the medical care program had never run stress Trust service Adams is it a zoo or a museum a tribal dance round a boarding farm for pets an Archie 1 for Indian records ? a campsite for cub scouts and bluebirds it i All these and More. And if it takes a Heap of Liv in to make a Happy Home the George Younkins Are abundantly on the Way. In their multitudinous enterprises they Are successfully vying with that new Comer six flags Over Texas which lies Only a Stone s throw a Cross the turn Pike. A the Ai ii 1-1 Ference is we done to have turnstiles a said Younkin in his suburban residence this week. He was stroking a Coyote cub which he had retrieved from behind a Cluster of sewing baskets. Younkin is an archivist for die Federal records Center fort Worth. He is also a boy scout commissioner. We jotted Down these facts All the while keeping an Eye on the antics of three caged monkeys. Mrs. Younkin works with campfire girls. There Are four children. Karen an Arlington state freshman. High and Junior High schooners Beletu and Cheryl. And 10-year-old Chip. Shouts outside interrupted the conversation. A Indian War dances a said Younkin unruffled. He set the Coyote on tile floor. It slipped like a Shadow Back to the sewing Basket Den. Younkin settled Back comfortably not in tile least concerned about losing his Scalp on that sunny afternoon. A we lived in Washington a c., Many years. We got enough of by City life. This a is what we want. Everyone works at something. Each has. His chores and the War dancers began a series of raids on the Kitchen icebox. Younkin nodded greetings to a chief then continued a much of my work with the government has concerned Indian history. I find it extremely we moved into his study for a Brief look. I he room was walled with Indian books Many written in the India Langua e. Quot and this n the Bow of old Posey. He staged lie last Indian uprising. That w As in 1923 a believe it or the War dancers to Roux Al in again from a different door. A you must see our zoo. Here is Karen pow. We All hell1 with the animals. But Karen is in charge. For the past four Summers she has also boarded pets to earn school Karen took Over and guided us through and about a Maze of pens and cages. A Btl is is a red Fox we Are Tamin a she said. A the is half grown. And Here is a great horned owl named holler a she scattered a flock of ducks and guineas out of our Way. And kicked at a cat a we be got four mama cats. Irving state changes name the Phillip Reid chairman of Board and president of Irving state Bank announced saturday that because of rapid expansion of services the Bank will change its name beginning monday. Henceforth it will be known As a Irving Bank amp Trust this change was brought about by Board action and unanimous agreement of the stockholders at a meeting held May 22, 1962. A the reason for changing the name of the Bank a said Reid a was to incorporate into the title name our Trust department which is not As Well known As the rest of our services. The need for Trust services in the Community grows greater and greater each Day As our people become More acquainted with it and we want them to know that this service is available locally. We regretted so very much having to drop the word a a state but to keep it in the title made it too Long. Quot i feel like it is a privilege to be known As a state Bank since there Are More state Banks by far than other Banks in the United states with More deposits As Well As resources to their Reid pointed out a according to statistical information made Public in april of this year by the Treasury department and the National association of supervisors of state Banks there is a total of 13,864 commercial Banks under their jurisdiction. Of these 9,351 Are state Banks with the remaining number in other another interesting comparison is that state Banks have $150 9 billion on Deposit As compared to $135.5 More on Page 5 a june jewel. June is the month of pretty girls. Our Calendar girl for this month is mrs. Betty Millsap who is a Secretary at Southwest Bank and Trust. Husband Weldon is employed with Murdock Lead company and the couple has one daughter Kathy. The Millsaps came to Irving in March from Lovington new Mexico. Betty is no an ardent Booster of the City stating Quot i love news texan photo for Public office before. A 45-year-old Bort Worth attorney Connally has been a Friend employee and associate of Johnson a for More than 2 t years Connally put Johnson a name in nomination for president before the 195c National democratic convention and spearheaded the Johnson nomination Campaign for i Isi Dent in 1960 when Joh Ison lost to John i. Kennedy. Construction Leader Dies in Arkansas funeral services will be held monday 2 For Clar ence i. Larson 146 n. St. Clair. He passed away in ark., Early Friday a morning while on an Earth moving project. Larson was 58 and had lived in Irving for 12 years. He was a construction superintendent and a member of the Fellowship Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife Vollie four daughters mrs. Wendell Hoss of Kansas mrs. Darrell card miss Jean Larson and miss Rebecca Larson one son Charles All of Irving two Sisters, Watson of Mercer Island w ash., and mrs. Walter Mercer of it. Vernon Wash. Two Brothers Clifford Larson of Marysville Wash and Henry Larson of Minneapolis m in. Services will be at Blacks funeral Chapel and burial will be at it. Olivet cemetery it. Worth. The Rev. Joe Dowell of Fellowship Baptist Church will conduct the services. Here she is. To can to Export our Way of life general tells class by Charles Lewis the third graduating class of the University of Dallas Friday night received Stem warnings about the necessity of sacrifice and Devotion by americans in order to preserve their heritage and Way of life. The warnings came from two honorary doctorate degree winners at commencement exercises in Dallas memorial theater where 46 seniors received baccalaureate degrees. Bishop Thomas k. Gorman University Chancellor presided. Besides valedictorian Robert Dupree speakers included a. Gen. Harley West commandant of the 49th armoured division Arad Robert Wood Johnson president of Johnson and Johnson corp. Gen. West disputed the theory that a we can Export our culture Arad Way of life through foreign Aid thereby preserving peace. Quot military strength and the will to use it Are necessary for our survival a the general asserted. He said the mobilizing of his own division for possible action during the Berlin crisis was an example of the Stem attitude it would take to discourage communist aggression. Johnson 1959 Winner of the title Quot industrialist of the year a emphasized Quot there is nothing on Earth As fresh As new and As politically enticing As individual Freedom under the continuing he took this Jab at socialistic trends in the . A socialism is As old As society. It is worn out ragged and a proven false the author of a for forfeit Freedom concluded with a plea for the preservation of local county and state government. A again let me remind you that the Progress surrounding us can be attributed in part to our historical concept of state and local rights. When we deviate from these Basic american concepts we do not move Forward rather we move the a cloak of modernism worn by today s liberals Johnson asserted a is a synthetic cloak Notin Accord with history.�?�. Carmi Cochran will by Irving s first representative the miss Texas contest. Here the Lovely 17-year-ofd re gives her Cro in irom mayor Lynn Brown. News it Xan Moto students report monday for summer session any student desiring to attend summer school is requested to report to the High school cafeteria at745 . Monday morning is principal de Williams said. Cost per High school credit is $40 per course and $20 for half credit. Cost per seventh and eighth Grade subjects Are $20, each. The Driver education class charge will be $30, a if students have not registered As yet they should go ahead and report monday morning att t45 .,�?� Williams Adda. Or Petite Carrol it urday night conc Beauty poise and icy pm. A to it the or inc title. Lind a Montgomery <15 first runner of Anc Nancy Pittman r. Ike third. It ther girls Amor to five finalists were Alice Ruth i tier Rind Dianne met die r. Ann Shuler was named a Amis. It nut Lity a a \ other contestants approximately Soo persons attended the a ant non sorted by tilt Jaycees and held in the is auditorium As a preliminary for miss Texas Competition. Carrol 17, is the fighter of or. And mrs . Cochran 1421 went o Arad had better than a t average during High school which she completed Only two Days ago. Bhe plans to enter Texas state College in preparation for a teaching career. Ray Bankston emceed the gala a venom. Man Withee and Neal Davidson supplied Organ and vocal music respectively. Bank tops $1 million first National Bank of Irving passed the $1,000,000mark in deposits its first Day of operation Friday a Public relations spokesman for the Bank announced saturday. The Bank officials welcomed an estimate 2,000 visitors throughout the festive Day. Free savings accounts were Given away every hour on the hour. A we wish to Chank the people of Irving for this most sex pm it it Pace 4 cordial Welcome a declared Curtis Innerarity president. A the response exceeded our greatest expectations an i we pledge ourselves to measure up to this a h and among visitors to the Bank were mayor Lynn Brown City manager Mirris Howard president James Aston of Republic National Bank of Dallas John k. Campbell Vic president of Republic National and James d. Berry senior vice president of the Dallas institution. All directors of the new Cank including advise re tractor can f. Well jr., were present at opening Day festivities. Valedictorian draws applause. Robert Dupree Dallas English major is applauded after receiving his degree at University of Dallas commencement rites Friday night. Watching Tho valedictorian a full Bright scholarship Winner Are left to right us president Robert Morris industrialist Robert Wood Johnson and Quot maj. Gen. Harley West. 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