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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - May 12, 1964, Irving, Texas Wing news texan your Home newspaper in Texas fastest growing City weather fair wednesday. Low tonight in Middle 50s. High wednesday around 30. Volume 3. Number 201 8 pages today Telephone bi.4-616i 5c p i v a 10c sundays tut Summay 12, 1964 Irving # Mimi r f i a amp a in i hark Kios Short rot a Little it unt Convell Tith led to it re ens i y. Int l a a a i a i i the of. A a t a Serif the mothers Day gift mrs. Hiel May Dusty a Payne receive from High her Kama. \ is d Bat knew w until time arge Economy size. Quot r. A led that h r in a by r an t slyly r Mother thai i she Uit some least that so # i by Jack Harkrider i fling it Over quickly Here s the latest two from the High school set How can you Tell when dire san elephant in die Bathtub a by the Way the Ivory floats. An a hat to r in i purple a. Slam slam slam slam7 \ f str door grape. No Blue monday at Goldammer residence missing face Aroun 4 the fire department Al on is to ire chief a i. Cronin who s taking a it vol deserved week s vacation. In his a a Nee Apt. Bill Ball is Iii in Char. As one fire of. I Amir it r. I ill ii Gnu a a fire this a. A a i i i j Kivi k we Are worried about this new City o Han Var. Relax. Cd it a ii. T i Lim Hie. J. Vur Asnik on parking can relax for two w weeks that is. V r tin olice Clef a Wirasnik the City Council St pored As Sage of the or finance for two weeks until a phrase can be added a it or inc n it to a part ent Bull ii or nor night. It that the re Fri Erat n units on son 4 of these r i r ters run All ii by and keep the residents awake. A a Ai the colonial Natl a invitational f of i of or. Fort i Orth sunday besides Billy Casper or War or mrs. I a Short a la att and willing a. I i in the count Republica Ani and on a pre sume or it was anything but a Quot Blue monday at the Home of Rosemarie Goldammer. Miss Goldammer popular Irving Ballet instructor had the pleasure of eating the first Sample of her mothers cooking in Many years. The cooking had an authentic German flavor since the Cook just arrived saturday night from their German Homeland. I rom the moment mrs. Johanna Goldammer arrived at Bove Field Sam Lay evening a Holiday Miod has prevail. Irvi gites were even on ban i tipi sent mrs. Goldammer a Large bouquet of carnations As she alien i Freher first air Jet trip. Sunday was a continuous Day of fiery for the 68-year-old lady As friends of her daughter dropped by t Welcome her to the City. Quot i it new what or inc w tile. Be like from r be Marie a letters but i never expected the a Kerful reception from the people living Here a the visitor sal4 through an interpreter. Quot i Arn thrill. 1 by All the mrs. Goldammer widow of a silesian publisher whose newspaper was confiscated by the i dish communist regime will re Ain Here or an extended visit. A tie admitted t being frightened Turin the first pail of her or t it trip t Calla from i Frankfort. But after tilt take off she soon settled. The a a n d a igh4 scrap it it it a. Go i Damm or look Back and in n i the trip to a truly of Vul r Union in Texas. In a jubilant meeting Community tallied a a it saturday directors no or the a Nee its Assn. Percent membership increase which meant four c a Cert can by financed Here next St As n. I de by me be ship chairman Man r Ion a acute workers Pill i us More than Hoo enrol no. This Ena bled the g 5member Board of erectors to w re with a Tai it Buret a Proa Chin too. After surveying the pro Raj a. Ai i Abl for 19m-65, directors selected two r attractions designed to lend Preti it an variety to annual series of a i i Misc t Quot Ithaki a a id Arian Ballet to u it Nora k Ach a. A i a a an i la nuart to a or rim which u i Timi det it out tour of 32 eng be fur. R no min t it a quoth base a Brier to the member Ca a a in in a \ Bool >1 cd Schory s i or Vil be Ber Hun starring St an bar Wlch user Dole i a sold agents a. Kenneth Yany president of the concert associa-11 a Sal he b e i i e v e d the entertainment be Las Ion Che ctr an. Fatuous Metr poll Tan Rosalind Elias. A a oth ship had us a a Star Bex an brags on Kenny Walter or winning his second in Ai. By i go Yard hurdles state Crown his chief opponent John Morriss of Houston Jones was favored since he a beaten Kenny in their Only previous match. I. A though Morriss beat Kenny off the bloc s by a couple of strip to by Irving High sen r caught him at the seventh Bur lie and went on to win. Next Stop the National track finals in California maybe. Taft talked As Keynoter Washington Epi rep. Robert Taft jr., a Ohio is being talked up today As a Likely Choice for Keynoter of the Republican National convention in a shift away from a Little known state Leader. Party leaders it was Learned have scrubbed the prior consideration Given Minnesota state chairman Robert Forsythe. When word leaked out that the key noting assignment was being set up for tile not so Well known minnesotan negative reaction chilled his prospects. Taft son of the late Senate gof Leader was pushed into National prominence just a week ago by his smashing four to one Victory for the Ohio Republican senatorial nomination. The 47-year-old Taft beat Ted w. Brown. Ohio Secretary of state and is favored to win the seat held by democratic sen. Stephen m. Young who won renomination. Senator requests Baker help quiz Washington up sen. Clifford p. Case. R-.\.j.,said today each senators name had been blackened by the Bobby Baker Case and Senate investigators should Clear up Quot this sorry ase made the statements in testimony prepared for a closed session of the Senate rules committee. He presented to the committee his proposal that each senator be asked about business dealings with Baker and any Campaign assistance Given or offered by tile former Senate aide. The new Jersey Republican said that the committee could not avoid responsibility for getting full information on the activities of Baker Foi Mer Secretary to Senate democrats who resigned last fall. Quot As an individual i re mole Rabic that we leave tie tatter in this sorry hearing location changed Hie Highway 183-Story re. Zoning Case will by heard in the Central elementary school cafe orium rather than in the City Council chamber Mary Gilliland City Secretary has announced. The Large crowds which attended the two i Manning and zoning commission hearings on the property owned by Roger Lawler prompted the City councils decision to change the site. The hearing will begin at 8 . Friday May 15. Central elementary is located at 631 e. Ninth. Lection Quot am units to t. of balance and Gla or which will even exceed the Fine season a just Eno it after reporting that membership is a More than to r last year mrs. Mary Kelly National r presenta Tive if Community on carts or Tol l the Board Quot i want to congratulate you a1. This has been a very it a Anding Campal a furring to cordon the Helve Leader mrs. Kelly declared Quot in be never known a chairman to give More of his time and that includes even All the lady chairmen i have worked Gordon assistant District manager of Texas Power and Light co., praised All his coworkers and said i had been inspired by the cooperative spirit of them All. Directors present for the final tally up and program planning included president Yancey cordon mrs. James Ratteree Joe Vardeman mrs. Roy Marsh Eldon Janzen mrs. I Yoni rown mrs. James anal i a mrs. A a. Fernandez mrs. William Flynt mrs. Roger Maloney mrs. Donald Peck John a Buck Pollan mrs. James rider mrs. Henry Wallace Jamesh. Wilcox and Charles Lewis. Broom Selling Heads evening Lions meeting a member of the Senate i resent his ability to Blacken the Senate and As a citizen i find it intolerable that Bobby Baker should Pervert this Public instrument to his selfish purpose. Case said he had gotten to impression along with the Public Quot of an Effort to put an end to an unpleasant episode to push the whole matter aside in the Hope it will Seon be he said he was not saying the committee had that in Tention but added that Quot it is the evening i ions club will spend most of tuesday evening Selling brooms before having their meeting at 7 30 . In the Lions building. Hie club membership has been divided into Selling teams and at the time of the meeting the losing team must serve dinner to the rest of the membership and be responsible for washing tile dishes and cleaning up the building. No special program is planned. Fatal shot ends female party Ballet quartet added concert drive nets record enrolment 5 women quizzed by police j by Jack Harkrider a 33-year-old Irving woman mrs. Donna Lou Hedrick Cox was dead on arrival at Parkland Hospital Early this morning after being shot to death in a scuffle Over a gun. Tie incident occurred in the woman s Home 928 Bowman shortly after n id night. During a party which was attended by five other worrier. All five were interrogated by Irving police before being released. According to a prelim Mary report by officer f red Vaughn he arrived at the House and was met by 29-year-old Dorothy Ann Van Dyke at the door. Tie ran up to him screaming Quot my god she a shot herself. Please hurry and do the an Dyke woman Lier. Led officer Vaughn through the souse and into a bedroom Wile re mrs. Cox was sitting on lie tied facing tie door. Tile upper portion of tier Bod was slumped Over arid a Bullet wound was found i her right client approximately to rec inches below tile Collarbone. The dear weapon a .22 Caliper ii and r Nick i plated revolver la approximately two feet fron tile body. Six Quot live hollow shells and one Quot empty were found in lie gun. The Only apparent witness to the tragedy. 22-year-old Kimberly Tracy i Atterson of tile Lawman address reported that mrs. Cox left the party which was going or. In tie front of tile House and went to the Back. After she had been gone for some time tile i Atterson woman went Back to Check on Lier and found Lier sitting or. The bed. Mrs. Cox apparently was very depressed. Miss i Atterson said she pulled out the revolver and tried to get miss Patterson to shoot her. Miss Patterson said she refused a struggle Over the gun ensued arid it went off. Justice of the peace Lloyd Russell was called to lie scene but is withholding his report until an autopsy can be made. According to det. John Luber who is investigating the shooting no arrests were made and no charges have been filed. An i re by pm i i t n i i com de to i a for \ a m a to Nan cd members a t and or. Lim Church \ us i i \ cd Irving it f enter Hunch were the Church and . Id a a i Ming the fir by Rev. And mrs the be a past t rented f a a or. And mrs. Hiim w Ere or to i t r to it the c i d xxx Rea a Ciri v Railroad Union Leader seeks end to walkout is a or not up rail Union Leader r today called on his in Ember s to 0 a Bey a re co Art o order it. Arming wild a St likes Over terms of a i Al l it ration i Ward. Ii Gilbert presid ent of the in a tie Rhood of Lex Omo 11 it i u Rem in an d i Ngi Nemen by t it a1 so urn red railroads to re Frain from Tamiru Job Eutt ii Steps the. It the Union is Chall ing tie lore thie a Intra Tiloi n Bourd. Club a it said some Ca mers Wert a i. I Iii in Stei us that would disrupt St in o r try systems and to i be some firemen to Movi x i Ong distances to retain his is Ere rating Ai ii Quot Exposi i it 1 t 9 tuition he said. Quot i know emotions Are run Ning High i it the s is a court or de r a and it must l Obe Yed a Gilbert said. Bai i Road spokes men a Rue j that worker s who refused to show up for work w lout a lawful sex use May be fired if the work Stolpu. Est r unum. Federal judge Alexander Holt off granted a per nun it injunction Moneta Burma ans walkout Over in Nils of tax award. He advised tin Union to take its complaints to the arbitration boar for Lari i cation and then come into i ourt if it her satisfied with the results. Holtzoff said of his order could a ult in contempt of court Fin lint i. Ain St Union leaders who pm Ourand any walkouts. Gilbert who a i the injunction was a Quot Lurus Quot one out rout to App Agal rail sen Are the. It up Prate i Ward Valk Siukee a int a Ted ohs Del Ime t Stoa the it the Carr More la less thai a Union award in hate 8x, to world do Woi Washington wins comedy of errors Cage 7 Arth Travis Junior High plans Are approved Dick Schory. Has lots of company on concert docket. Final plans for the first phase of Irving a third Junior High school William b. Travis were approved by the school trustees monday night and bids on the construction will be opened june 4. Architect Oliver Tucker who designed the building estimated it would be ready for occupancy in september 1965. Located on Finley Road the first phase has been planned to accommodate 750 students. When the entire building is completed it will have facilities for 2,000 students. Two wings one for class your valuables Are safer in a Safe Deposit Box. Irving Bank amp Trust co adv rooms and offices and the other for a cafeteria com prise the first phase of the Structure which will face North on i Inley Road. Parking facilities will be provided on the East Side of the building adjacent to a drainage ditch. Twenty five classrooms Are planned in the two St Ary Wing on the West Side of the building which runs parallel to Finley Road. Plans Are for 12 of the classrooms and the offices to be located on the first floor and 13<classrooms and a workroom on the second floor. The cafeteria is planned to seat 700 persons. The first phase will contain some 60,000 Square feet of floor space. Rep. Oldest an of tile House of lop Urie Pelt Teddy in w i Ber of try hous was chairman of the committee. Annot i last weekend that disclosed immediate Only a person who has i nut of fat in a it red it or it Ai of pm Ings of Albert a. Nut in of handcuffed and under head monday met his muted i. _ in an athletic stadium to outline his plan for repayment of a $14.4-million loss t the finn in i. Company of who his president. And i Ady Bird had or troubles in Georgia aniline a shovel the i first attempted to Pierce Georgia Earth ground breaking for a Nev auditor a at tile of minium Abl disease enter at Atlan . To. The packed dirt would was directed to a spot of to Orn plete the i Moi. It it hid until so or softened dirt Tady Bird or. Trvin Perry a civil pm i Rha Sheen employed As an assistant prof Sot at the University of Texas it was announced monday. Or. Derry the first negro to be appointed to the faculty of lie University of Texas is also the first a Gro to be appointed to professorial status in any major University in the South. Of Rry

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