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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - June 5, 1962, Irving, Texas North East Taxa Community Orvlea Landav. Net a newspaper contests news texan w Poth partly Cloudy an warm t a and a it h is h both 9 Low to volume 37 it Mai r 134 Wiik days.5<t your Home newspaper in Texas fastest growing City Jack to seek wide t. Is today Day june 5, 1962 Cut Quot top to Bottoms reduction wanted for income Levy what pageant audience saw. Nine Lovely girls in evening finery Are shown accepting the applause of about Soo appreciative viewers As the miss Irving pageant was unfolded saturday night. Later miss Carrol Cochran was named Winner and representative of Irving in the miss Texas finals. Contestants left to right included Dianne Mcculler Alice Ruth Butler Linda la Montgomery Diantha King de Borah Riley Suzanne Morgan Carrol Cochran Nancy Pittman an i Ann Shuler. For the photo Story of the pageant see Page four. News texan photo and in Tex Adams no misses Judith i Artar my Janet Farrar celebrated their 19th birthdays monday. They Are twin daughters of or and mrs. Joe i., l array. They received not Only the last word in rifts but the first. Anion or or presents for the it Ocasi it a were identical collegiate dictionaries. Judy has completed her freshman year at the i diversity of Texas. Jane will enrol it Texas Lee this fall. Both Are graduates of Dis 61, another member f the same class Macon Smith or. Laid Down a powerful Block to Complete a successful first rear a set so Brin Marcos. He played in 27quar- ters on e bohea11 varsity , in addition to taking care of his own berth on the freshman squad. He did Ai. Right scholastically too and will be Back with the cats next season to Lay Low ins Lone Star conference foes. There a re kinds of anniversaries. Yesterday was moving Day anniversary for three Irving families. It was one year ago that the i .0. J to sons moved into t air new Home at too w. Ireland. A few ours later t e Billy Braddock became occupants of the residence vacated by the Jacksons u4 Crandall and the Gene Yea its took Possession of the House they had bought Winch was the one vacated by the Bra docks. One my Vin a firm made the three Way shuttle and finished the Jot before or id afternoon. However the move started Early at 5 . To Ber act. That was when me Transfer Man knocked on die Jackson door Ami demanded of the person who answered swim sign-1 p slated soon pre registration of pupils for the red Cro its Learnt swim classes at enter Park will be held june 11-12 from i 8-12 noon at the Park. Cus a ses Are for children from i to 14 years of age. Clashes will run june 18 through i aug. To. I first Day of pre registration is for non swimmers and the second Day is for swim my Tex Adams l Quot Are you mrs. Jackson Quot yes but you a never know it it this tile next thin she knew she and her family were unpacking at the new address. Methodists moving two Irving ministers the itch to move has e everybody fidgety Down at the c of c Otrice. Manager Bill Stevens and his Secretary mrs. Louise Gilbreath Art clocking of the furs until they can receive visitors in new quarters on the second floor of the Christy a furniture and appliance building 1516 w. Irving blvd toe suite is stil. Dripping sawdust and Rozim shavings but be ready soon. Included in the 2400 Square feet of floor space is a 30 by 40 foot Board room. Also managers office reception area Secretary a work space Coffee bar and storage space. But there is Alwa. S some sour Alono with t e Sweet. The Entrance is at the Northwest Corner of the building. Stevens is already worrying about the november blizzards when they blow through the a dark at the top of the Gold medallion hamburgers will soon be featured it Joe s hamburgers Belt line Road and Highway 114. The retired Irving postman and his Wie or. And mrs Joe Thompson have been at the location for More than a year. Their Fame is spreading far and wide. Hundreds of Good friends will be left behind in Irving when two methodist ministers Are transferred this month to new pastorate. The departing pastors Are the Rev. Robert Walker of first methodist and the Rev. Ira Gallaway of Kirkwoo me Tho dist. Walker will be taking on the duties of District superintendent for the Paris Tex., District and Gallaway will become pastor of Walnut Hills methodist Church in Northern Dallas. Both ministers expressed regret at having to leave . Riggs dead at 61 Oiiver Troy Riggs sr., 1402 a 6th, died sunday at his residence. He was 61. He is survived by his wife Susie 3 sons Oliver Troy or. And John both of Irving and Bobby l. Of Ohio one sister Lettie Phillips of Dallas 4brothers, Pat James Bud and Paul of Dallas and Joe of Pierce Texas and four grandchildren. Services will be 10 00 . Tuesday at Blacks funeral Home. Rev. B. Farrell will officiate. Burial will be at Hickory Hill cemetery it. Pleasant Texas. A construction worker Riggs was a member of the Baptist Church. Rites held for drowned youth friers who their skill. Want to improve Eul Ess funeral ser vices were held monday afternoon for Walter Douglas Perkins 600 Martha Euless. The lad drowned Friday in Queen City. He was a former student at Otis Brown school in Irving before moving to Euless about two months ago. He was in the second Grade in the South Euless elementary school in Euless. Services were held at the Euless first Baptist Church. Walter was buried in Oak Grove Irving. Rev. Surrett and Rev . Andrew officiated. He is survived by his parents or. And mrs. Walter to Perkins three Sisters Nancy Patsy and Deborah one brother Ricky grandparents or. And mrs. . Coats of Queen City and mrs. J. B. Perkins of Bevins Tex. Walter Douglas Perkins Irving but told the news texan they look Forward with interest to their new positions. Rev. Walker has been pastor of the first methodist Church of Irving for the past three years. He was previously minister at Grace methodist Church in Dallas and served also in Houston. Rev. An i mrs. Walker Are the parents of four children Robert Morris jr., Carol Ann Linda Diane and Virginia. Quot during our venture a modern three Story children a building has been erected and the property valuation has almost doubled by Purchase of additional property plus the building a state Rev. Walker. Quot we extended our Day school program to include the first Grade and added a child care Center for pre school children during the Quot our son graduated from Irving High school during our first year Here in Irving and he will be married Here on aug. 3. We will be coming Back to Irving for the rehearsal and ceremony a he added. Quot i am looking Forward to the new responsibilities. There Are 60 churches in the Paris District. Our family will be moving into a Brand new District parsonage in Paris which is to be completed this week a concluded the minister. The walkers will depart for their new Home on thursday. Rev. Henry mood will assume the duties As pastor of first methodist. The minister and his family will arrive from Paris i exas where he has been the District superintendent of that District for the past six years. Rev. And mrs. Mood Are parents of two children. He had previously been pastor of the Haskell Avenue methodist Church for to years and served in Garland for four years before his assignment in Paris. Rev. Mood is a graduate Irvi gite gets it doctorate the i University of Texas had 89 candidates for doctoral degrees at june i commencement with one of the advanced students being Dave Robert Moore of 1544 John Smith or. Moore received a doctorate in philosophy. Degree candidates were named by Dean w. Gordon Whaley of the graduate school. In theology at Southern maths list i diversity. Quot this is the finest Church see move pm 8 Rev. Robert Walker Over 2. 500 Irvin Iii irs go to Polli approximately two thirds of the Irving residents voting in the first democratic primary took time out to go to the polls in saturday s Runoff election statistics showed. Slightly More than 2300 local democrats cast ballots saturday compared to 3750 in the first Box at Otis Brown school proved to be the busiest in the City with 352 votes cast in the place 3 legislate. E race the one most votes in most local boxes. Next busiest voting place was at the Texas lower Ami Light service Center 326 votes followed by the . Lee elementary school Box 313 and the Community House at 2nd and Jeff arson 302. Auction by a top administration official to Date. There has been widespread speculation intensified by last week s Stock Market plunge that the administration would seek Overall tax reduction perhaps to the tune of 55 billion a year. Dillon speaking a few hours after the Market had dropped Ai Ain said that a reaction Quot to last year s Bull Market was inevitable and painted a Bright future for the nations Economy. Speaking on taxes he recalled that in the past year he had a frequently stated that the Central elements in the Reform measure a would be a proposal to readjust the rate a i had not thought it necessary to spell out the fact that readjustment necessarily meant readjustment downward a he added. A let me make Clear that this is just what it Means a top to Bottom reduction in the rates of income tax. There have been no decisions on any of the the Secretary avoided specifying whether he meant both corporate and individual levies. The omission May have been intentional in Light of differences within government As to How tax Relief should be distributed. Dillon also a said there was a general mrs. Donia Alma Carter last rites slated for mrs. Carter mrs. Donia Alma Carter 77, of 210 West Cason died saturday at St. Paul Hospital. Mrs. Carter is survived by six daughters mrs. Ethel White it. Gibson okla mrs. Lillian Rushing Kanon City California mrs. Offie Parish Dallas mrs. Myrtle Dick son mrs. Deedy White and mrs. Margaret Kinsley of Irving two sons Grady Watkins of Dallas and Grady d. Carter of los Angeles California two Sisters and one brother a Lwy a of grandchildren and great grandchildren also survive. Services will be held at 2 . Tuesday at Blacks funeral Chapel Irvine with Rev. Harold Walker officiating. Burial will be in rest land memorial Park Dallas. Blacks funeral Home is in charge. Building permits stay above 1961 world Rev. Ira Gallaway with the end of May building permits for the first five months Are running More than $2,500,000 Over the same period for last year. Total evaluation for last months permits a $1,767, 88�?o, As compared to >1,489, 783 in May 1961. To Date there have been $9,910,881 Worth of building permits issued. At the end of May last year there had 25-year resident Dies in Hospital been 57,3so,9"6 Worth of permits issued. One family Homes and apartment House accounted for is ,206,24 of the total for May. Some 62 permits valued at $815,274 were issued to build individual houses. Two permits for apartment Bouses were valued at >391, Ooi. The larger of the two was a $235,000 permit for a 59-unit building at s21 s. Nursery next to the Wilshire apartments. Dennis Brewer and Donald Mopsik took the permit. Funeral services will be held 3 . Tuesday for William Aubrey Sorrells uis Perry re. He died at methodist Hospital sunday. He was is. Sorrells was a Salesman for Burros Mills in Dallas my had lived in Irving for 25 years. He is survived by his wife two daughters Betty Nanson and Sarah Sorrels of Irving. Parents or. And mrs. William Sorrells four Sisters mrs Mildred Franklin mrs. Martha Stewart mrs. Ors Hogan and Bernie Moffett a1 of Dallas two Brothers , Sorrells of Dallas and . Sorrells of Farmers Branch and four grandchildren. The family requests that there be no Flowers. Services will be at the first Baptist Church and Rev. Charles Stevenson will officiate. E3urial will be at Oak Grove. Blacks funeral Home is in charge. Pallbearers will be Wesley Ballman Pat Demott Rob Smith Jake Holster Ray Martin and Wayne Bauserman. Honorary pallbearers will be employees of Burros Mills. Issued to , in ses. Valued at $156,000, it was for a 52 unit apartment House at 1330 Rock Island across from the Williamsburg shopping Center. Two other permits for More than $100,000 were issued in May. A $106,244 permit went to Sheely trailers inc., for their new trailer Van manufacturing Plant in Irving. North Irving presbyterian was issued a permit for $137, 00--the Only urge non taxable property in the May permits. Last month s total ranked third among the five for this it ear. Monthly totals Are january $1,169,861 february $2,360,497 March $3,074, 099 april $1,538,537 and May $1,767,887. By up London Field marshal Viscount Montgomery monday urged Britain to stay out of the european common Market to save the British Commonwealth. Washington nuclear Power plants will be built in a significant numbers Quot around the world in the next to years according to a report submitted to the government. Vatican City Don Juan Carlos and h i s pretty greek Bride. Princess Sophie met with Pope John Xxiii monday to Tell the pontiff personally that she has converted to roman catholicism. New York up Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon said monday night the Kennedy administration will ask Congress to enact a a top to Bottom reduction in income tax rates in 1936. Dillon said the tax Cut would be part of a Broad tax Reform Bill president Kennedy will Send Congress in general outline form before the lawmaker adjourn for this year. He Secretary gave no clue How much the proposed Tate reductions would be and implied no decision on exact amounts w ill be made before next january. Dillon a remarks in a speech prepared for the new York financial writers As agreement corporate profits will reach a record High this year. Socia Tion were the most Clear Cut statement on tax re

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