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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - May 11, 1964, Irving, Texas I i a Ooi in 9> Scuta 7/t/ruru 1914 1964 Yow 64 7 a us t jews texan your Home newspaper in Texas fastest growing City weather partly Loudy through tuesday. Low tonight in lower 60s. High tuesday around 80, volume 3. Number 200 8 pages today Telephone bl4-6161 a Ltd o Irving pm i i in by Kathy Mcadoo j la Rry Huggins four year old son of or. And mrs Sam Huggins of 301 Robin Hood it wanted to vote in the recent election he Wasny to interested in either in die demo Erat or the r e p u b 1-d is an s. H wan h Ted to so and Fig cast his vote for m i a hey mouse Andje Sui Merman a a a tit from the Quot sat Driver avoid rear end -1 n is Don t . By the Guy behind if you have a Quot bumper Pusher Quot on your Tail enc Ura thi t you t n i it a at Etc of it of ii i by i a by a a1 be Man .1 or it. Usu f or it in Tel a a in. In a # Osco it Mvi arts id to. St. I i i i thoth graders tkv Aryku re it and. Jubi no a in a i t heir eat cell till j lowing on a recent 1 a test a the a re j a i he to a a Stu tent scored i Ain u Al in a v i la i in to to one Percer f the student i n the natio to or. Bolti Public an j private. Als. M a i the Tea it r of or. And m r. La Hae i i kit z knit of u20 or. And i Athy is the. Do Tite r a or an i mrs. Erect tilde in if 1711 sunny tar. A # a who n yet >1 so v a Igried couple out for a Walka in one win i to a Steps Aho and is the one who is had. A a Gnu 11 re >1 by till u by t a jul it tin. To go Home in the w e hours Frida v Ming of Ion Irv r \ lord ii it art1 i g an Bavin a Little Rotler. I explain in the ians f or so in trains a i reprove men it in i of i a irk. Thin s a St v run t a 1 tin a an i Fina lev i Oun ii Man car m at in ii r 1 we ii Ward a 1 the Lan for up cup u. S. Of crashes 71 killed 10c sundays monday May la 1964 0ov? a sport ,.jbask.va# a Iwetz in Man i wild and w Holley. Ran Inver Dor Ion Woolley 41, of Waco defending inc a Champion was not seriously injured to Ftp i his far flipped i Ruiru a heat Rife at Winchester Speedway sunday it Winchester ind. Woolie suffered cuts and bruises and two burned fingers. Up to photo Wallace invades Cambridge Arena i from Irving d it Bai tip a of Harna gov. A Eor today carries up Mace c. Wallace his Maryland presidential primary can Paton to the fat Stern Shore c o in in u nitwit Fambridge win i a r a it i ii i Deuce Flap i the i in n i a r i r Ratut Rath ? than the i a Park Ion. I i on ii Calk it quits a it i a i. A a a i i x an Kai n n. H j a a one. An or. Ii i h Lunier an i., j Hon of or. An in Varlet Jones for receiving the h n a it of Bein Iii Fina list in the Iron Junior miss i Ranj Wratten. This amort seven finalist from. Dallas count rnai the Iri will be selected to re a it seat Dallas c county next i it Aday at the Sheraton hotel in i a Alia. A a a Wisi i a inc it ii i do j Dohe s on Quot Cloud nine if thai Ove it a. N t in High to out ter on Quot Chi 1 nine Quot then the. One would she has been selected a the Cirl to have her picture on a new a Azine cover a Oman out Iii june. Dry. .1 a in it will be ii trl buted Thrall bout the hospitals a a Quot cheer erupt Quot a a a Jap Gri at St truths a tilt simplest and so Are the teak r men. Services held for will Boyd f funeral services were held at the first methodist Church in Bloomer Grove this afternoon for will Boyd 75, father of Barile Boyd and mrs. C. A. Morse of Irving. Boyd passed away unexpectedly sunday morning. He was a life Long resident of bloodier Ove and a retired Farmer. He is survived by his wife Lissie three daughters mrs. Morse mrs. Rex Bibby of Elpaso and mrs. Don Jones of Dallas five sons Charlie William of Bloomingrose Victor Linier and w Ilie of Dallas. Among the 23grandchildren Are Raymond Bill and Tracy Morse mrs. Tiny Taylor mrs. Harold a. Starks and mrs. Linda Boyd of Irving. Seven of his great grandchildren also reside in Irving. Wald. Foliar gain county a finals Iron highs. Robert Wald and arc to of a i Junior celtic it k i Stu tents Jerry Eolia Alia county at tis tents who a i it Ein onside red for Quot it it of a r of the year Quot awards to it i to in i at a i Gunter i in qui t i Lur Lay night. Wald who is president of la or i finalist the w a1 Lin ate i a in the a rain. T i a re n s i a Semi i let of Rati n. By j i in counsel a uht. I liar is a finalist in the Quot safety director of the year const 1 Rotten. He is the softy hr., t r f i in Vul which also is counselled by i ing i Al Vought. Junior achievement is a Natl Mal economic training program for High school student it. Are sophomores juniors r seniors who Are a sin a All their school sublet. I j. I he students have an Opportunity to run their own miniature corporations and have the problems and triumphs of running their own by sin uses. Through the pro cram the students learn to appreciate the meaning of profits and the american private Enterprise system. Last summer. The scheduled 8 p.m., put speech in Cambridge was one of two planned by the Egre canoeist governor As he headed into his final week of campaigning for the Mav 19 primary. He was to address a Baltimore women scout at noon Idt. A group of civil rights demonstrators in the racially tense town met briefly at Midnight last night and Sang a a Freedom songs but police reported they were orderly. \ flout 2o persons gathered in the negro Sec dons to join the singing but dispersed Al it Rutan tour later. Wallace who said sunday in two television interviews that he did no a expect his appearance in Cambridge to cause any incidents was assured tie would get maximum police Protection. About 400 Maryland National guardsmen were ordered to Cambridge Over the weekend for stand by duty and City officials assured Alabama troopers saturday that a a. I Ace would receive maximum Security i be to to has been under limited martial Law since last june a disturbances. Wallace is running against sen. Daniel Brewster a stand in for president Johnson in Hie Maryland race. Wallace said that he would consider it a Victory if he got 5 per cent or More of the vote. There have been estimates he might win 30 per cent or More. It decree seven or in orients Are Ai in in seniors what have a lied for Bachelor s degrees at North Lexa f Tate i diversity the a re Cor. Sprur. Commencement exercises a scheduled for 8 i i May to at l outs Field. C an ii a tee for decrees Are Jacque tin Fay Hansar i Marce ii Cor. Karen Marshall Richard Lewis Simms Mella i h in i h a a i Tiff re i. La a .4 j dds i. Gat a. I Man Art the Iau it i a or. And mrs. Iran \ it be Ham ai420 am by id a a candidate for the Bachelor a cd Nee do tee in secondary education. Also a candidate for the Bachelor of science decree in education is miss Hoyle the daughter of mrs. Inez a Hoyle 1704 Lindy Lane. Mrs. Marshall is seeking the Bachelor of arts degree in sociology she lives at 2800 i Rahwyler. The son of Richard Lewis Simms 414 n. Iowa St Simms is working toward a Bachelor of arts degree in history. Miss Thomasson has applied for Bachelor of science degree in elementary education. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. W. A Iti Omas son 1405 it a Lea Thompson who lives at 500 Vav 6th St., is seeking the Bachelor of business administration degree in management a candidate for the Bachelor of science degree in secondary education Carver is the son of mrs. Audrey d. Sedlock 1221 l. Grauwiler. Families of gigs included Manila Upa. . Military Jet plane carrying i 83 american servicemen and their families on a flight from California crashed last night while coming into Clark air i Force base North of Manila. An air Force spokesman said 71 persons were killed. A spokesman Saki the big cl35 Jet of the military air transport service Mats was carrying 73 passengers and to Crew members when it Era tied on the South end of the runway while Landing at the . Base 60 Miles North of Manila. T w e i v persons survived the crash the . Spokesman said. The air Force spokesman maj. John Rahemat it said the aircraft was Corning in Frum Hawaii when a had stopped briefly on a flight that originated at Travis air fore base in California. A de no her said the crash occurred about 7 15 . 7 15 . Edt. Clark air base was to be the last Stop on the flight. A Mats spokesman at Travis said the cd 35 was carrying military personnel and their families. The ill fated flight originated at the Travis base in California at noon flt Sui. Day. The 135 stopped Over for about two hours in Hawaii before continuing n the last leg of the flight to tilt Iii Pines. Travis is a major term Zirul for military air transport service flights. The Clark Field crash was tie fourth major air disaster ii. Tile we me in hemis Fiere in the past five Days bringing death to 167 persons. Be fast boy s pal is missing ree Vearnol boy wit a # Clark air Force Bas e philippine islands Zuzok i Tiru Mil o of crash site. A United states air Force c-135 Jet carrying 83 persons crashed this morning while approaching the runway at Clark air Force base. A . Air Force spokesman said there were 12 telephoto. Work right on time at Mac other expansions Sci Sai construction of new school Ilire or occupancy in Timber i progressing on iodide supt. Vav. T. Hanes i Day. I a Iii if the Macarthur Iii ii so j will be ready for occupancy in september 1965, an includes classrooms Drysdale wins till �?~�?�page7 a a l Hie Quot 1 As son in worry him and Quot Dout Ieti thing else he a hoping somebody Ca. Help him out. I he boy. William bridewell 141 Ron in drive a two broken legs As the re ult of a traffic acc tee t. He has i e e be fast for almost a Moth. W William s Best buddy a Little red Dachshund named Duffy is missing. Ronnie is Dis the absence of naturally Turbed by his pal. Hie bridewell phone number is bl4 �?~380. Anyone having seen a solid red Low Slung dog in the Rogers Road at Shady Grove neighbourhood is requested to let w ii i in in know. Your valuables Art safer in a Safe Deposit Box. Irving Bank amp Trust co adv. Rusk seeks to can cypriots emf Hague up Secretary of state Dean Rusk intervened in the Cyprus crisis today in what appeared to be a possible mediators role b e t w e e n n \ t i in e in b ors Greece and Turkey. Rusk Here to preside Over a three Day nato foreign ministers meeting opening tuesday met separately with the greek and turkish foreign ministers. Rusk also held a separate meeting this morning with the portuguese foreign minister Antonio Nogueira. Diplomatic sources assumed they discussed the future of . Bases in the portuguese owned azores islands. Rusk Al so arranged a meeting with the third party in the Cyprus dispute Britain. I an. Aace i ate Tab ties band and choral rooms office area audit Oria Hgt Wing and site improvements. Busboom and Rauh Are t it a tractors and Wal it Rich and associates Are architects. Ast of the final phase will amount to $1,284,200, Sui a intendant Vav. T. Harm us i riday. The f. I. I a Redditi in will be ready for occupancy in septet Ber. It is i Vine built by Herman Smith and company at a Cost of Sun 8. Grogan and scoggims Are architects. Additional site work including leveling it of a football Field and construction fat of 4 50 to 500 stadium seats will it an additional 5io,. A �?T0-Roor i Deltio n a it \. A Johnston i in Quot entry Scho i will be Road a a1 so by August 1964. The addition iring $234,992 is f a a Leing con s Tajc tfx by i a Loci of and. Of c j n s Iver to int re it Nick or is v a Lute i. The a Inal Eddita n of 8 Cia St huns g i. J. I be i Lei Nentarz Gnu of linking or t Tai no Liber of class r of to 40, an listing $81,4 50, j t i be built1 1 y t 81 l Stone i instruct Ion f nip any and will be Ted by August i. I red bub r d and \ it soda Ted an Archit a t s m a Ney Csc revived re or the last Bond Sab a is heir in used t pay a t a Lese fat. Hides it u a Airn a Ovid by Bob Callan int world news editor a birthday party is in the making at a Chicago nursing Horn for mrs. Mary guess who will be 107 years old tomorrow. Mrs. Guess was born in i of 7 in Yazoo City miss. As a senior citizen mrs. Guess does no to qualify As a rebuttal witness Ica inst the unfavourable report on ill effects of cigarette smoking. She smokes a pipe. Guess what a our worst weather month John Paxton 1516 Mark Shi i i Mital avg irks me i thru Ary has the worst weather i done to like cold weather though i was born in the North. The hotter the weather the better i like it. The rain does not \ bother me. Iff it fills up the lakes fix water skiing. Vav. La. Re Edir 1003 Grau Wyler american Fochs. I think february has the worst weather. It is cold one Day and warm the next. It is trying to get warm my about the time it does f a it gets cold j again. You a id never know the weather will be next. Mrs. Delores Black 130 Mclemore Pep boys. I think August has the worst weather because it is the hottest part of the summer. I do not like the summer weather it is just too hot. I Don t mind this Rainy weather too much but i do think we have had enough rain for now. Shi Rry Patterson i As haciendas Aptus. Pop boys. I think May has had the worst weather i have Ever seen. It is so drastic with All the tornadoes and All. I Don t mind the rain so much but i done to like the humidity. I think we be had almost too much rain or too Many Rainy Days. I Bill Kimlin it. I Carrollton builder. To me i february has the worst weather. Itus daily has two weeks of Snow and it is generally cold and bad. We Are also usually unable to work. We Are not prepared for such Coldwey ther in this climate. There a a Bright spot in the troubled re lations Between the United states and Pana n a. Following Suncy Ciyi selection former Panama president Arnulfo Arias a nationalist who favors close relations with the United states took the Lead in his bid to regain the presidency. Returns in kith Panama City and the provinces favored Arias. Or Arias Singer Frank Sinatra no doubt will discontinue wading in the surf for awhile. Sinatra had a close Brush with death sunday at Lihue Kauai Hawaii when he and three other persons were swept out to sea by a huge wave near his rented House on the Island. A rescuer said the Singer Quot was turning Blue in the face Quot when he was plucked from the water. Billy Casper conquered Arnold Palmer Ben Hogan and a Long list of Golf Dom s greats sunday to become new Champion of the colonial National invitation Golf tournament at fort Worth. Casper fought his Way to the top with a one under 279 total and the $14,000 first prize. His largest purse until sunday had been $12,000. Sinatra Casper

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