Irving Daily News Texan in Irving, Texas
26 May 1962

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26 May 1962

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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - May 26, 1962, Irving, Texas Week s review of Are by Bob Johnson terrifying Telephone Calls in Irving and a new round in the bitter banking struggle in Euless have turned the eyes of i exas and a Large portion of the nation on the Golden Triangle. A sick teenage girl who sounds line a Middle aged woman terrorized about 50 Irving and Dallas housewives monday afternoon she would Call the unsuspecting women and inform them that their husbands had been kill a in Auto accidents Quot please come to methodist Hospital and identify the in some cases the Sledge Hammer Shock of the message proved almost too much to Bear one victim was nine months pregnant Irving police lieutenant Paul Barger nailed the youngster dead to rights less than two hours after he rot the report on the Calls. Eul Esse Row Over who is going to get the first Bank in that City took on a new Shade Fie Lav night when the City Council voted to deny i first state Bank a temporary building Perm it Hie vote was i-2 and the three men who voted against the request Are directors or stockholders of the competing first National Bank both groups have been granted Charters but the National Bank group contends that the were there first with a greater interest in Al less itself the state Bank Bunch has already been issued a building permit for a is of too Home but they need some temporary facilities. The councilmen who voted against granting the permit Are or Roy Braswell Bobby Fuller and Billy Byers Billy Owen my c m. Tubby Huffman voted to allow it or uni Prairie has hired a new City attorney his name is Jerry Brownlow and he was Che n from a list of More than a dozen hopefuls graduate of Southern methodist University he replaces resigned attorney Pat Ever let the former Gram Prairie City Alternet Everitt is now being Given serious consideration by the Irving City commission for the City attorney Job they have open Arlington Developer Warren Black presented plans for a huge regional shopping Center on the Northeast Corner of Park Row and Bowden Road Public hearing on the proposed Center w ill be held june 13 Black said it will take at least two and one half years to plan lease and Start building the Mamm the Center. Euless and Irving were tied in this week on a Story of youth gone awry four Irving youths loaded with a Small Arsenal were arrested and they eventually confessed to armed robberies in Al less and Irving they admitted the april Iii hijacking of an a l. Davis supermarket in Euless and the gun brandishing robbery of c Ash food Market in Irving on january 9. Police have recovered some 17 guns including 16 pistols and a 30-30 carbine from the youths. The boys Are Leon Freese Medford Michael Gene Maum Albert Fulton Lafiette or and Ronald Rone Mcclure. Though he w As involved in some burglaries Mcclure had no part in the holdups. The smart finance company lives up to its name the grand Prairie firm has proved that somebody there has got a lot on the Ball. Only three years old the grand Prairie entrepreneurs will open Brand new offices monday morning at 112 be 4th. We also understand that ephs is one of two nigh schools in the state participating in an intensive electronics course some 16 seniors from the Home of the gophers will work eight hours a Day for six weeks to Complete the course Corpus Christi is the other City participating in the program a very Young oldster in Arlington had two of the most unlikely callers tuesday Aper son would expect in a 94-year-old lady a Home seems As though mrs. Mary e. Bowling 406 West South kidding on the address has been a wrestling fan for years. Tuesday was her 94th birthday and Grunt and groan artists Bull Curry and Timmy Geohagan both Are villains on televisions paid her a visit to help her celebrate referee Marvin Jones and mayor Tommy Vandergriff chaperoned. Ifs baseball time again and thousands of Golden Triangle youngsters Are pouring out on to the Ole baseball Diamond to get in shape for the summer season. Baseball teaches co ordination physical self Confidence and fair play. Support the league of your Choice copter cartoon in oven do citizenship a la Ards. A. .1 Ach year the american legion presents 2 outstanding citizenship a a tis to t boy i girl in Junior i h school honoured this year at Hurst Junior High school were miss Lorelei Schmidt daughter of or and mrs h. A Schmidt and Sandy Bruyere son of or. And mrs. Of. A Bruyere. Both students Art shown Dove. Wards Aero presented by George Skerty Rich r a Tat r n a i hot it Jaycee j How come you landed on such a w it Bobiy Rock Emory a off leers i Natal led stars of tomorrow h i w frs. The i o j Jeanne and j Irving theater Heb band boosters. New officers of the i b band boosters glut Wert recently installed Fly Homer Ann relent of the poly hand boosters. Left to right Are rail i i less president mrs. I Ore be ahem program chairman mrs. Kay Wilson membership chairman mrs. Ava Nell Cheek it a Bony Cann mrs Mary i Lkins Secretary mrs. Thelma seller treasurer mrs. Jean Lane he 1 re a 4 a j vein Davidson parliamentarian. James Smith. Poly High band director for me i Ell High director was an Honor guest. Mrs. By i be Benote maker was presented photo r my for her successful work As projects chairman during the past year. By he Uland Hill a the 1%2 63 officer of the greater Richland Hill Jaycees were installed May 19 at the annual installation inner held at w Stern Hill inn. Hie foil win officer were installed by Walt Manly of Arlington state director for this area Ray Sprinkel president Joe Thompson first vice president John Vav off dec i e a Side it Gail Lon treasurer pm h he secret in Al. In d a Ell inter club i Rector. Directors Are Alan Hamm Lloyd Hinkle Dou Campbell and Bill Taylor. Principal speaker was Jack Miller of Brownwood former president of the Texas Jaycee it. Or. Ope be i. In i a rough of my Beryl Hurst re on at the recent stars of to Tea or. Sponsored by resented by Nore singers Box office opens 12 15 bl4-0169 saturday matinee 1 00 David and Goliath plus plenty of cartoons Chap. # 12 a a King of the rocket men last Day la received the River Oaks Lions asked them to provide the entire. No rent program at their installation dinner. By photo Randolph scoff joe1 Mccrea Abea news is chief of is Aff ride the High country cinemascope a Coto v-7 re a i Hill Quot i o address seniors i ration Billie Uechi and Hills a Rev. Mid in ii s a Vav Wllliam Corner administrator of Glenview Hospital has announced changes in staff. Or. John Boluch is chief of staff for the commy year succeeding or. Robert Chapmen. Or. Bruce Jacobson is v ice chief of staff my or. Martha Chapman is Secretary. 183 drive in Box office opens 7 00 show starts 7 45 last night Bobby Darin i p Sti a Stevie is f s a Vamp cd la amp qua under 21 by Dan Halligan he Library sets hours dear Dan i live a Large apartment building and my boy Friend always leaves me in the lobby instead of seeing me to my Dor. In if of the baccalaureate services set tomorrow time he does no to kiss me either because there Are people around. A . Dear you should be escorted to your door. Does no to your Beau know there Are fewer people upstairs in the Hall than in the lobby ? Haltom Chyz Bummer schedule of the Haltom City Library service has been announced by mrs. Beth Hall librarian. The new hours Are As follows tut so. R9 . To 12 noon 6 . T 9p.m. Thursday 9 . To 12 noon and saturday 9 . To 12 no n. School slated Hurst a Shady Oaks Baptist Church has scheduled \ a cation Bible school Lune ills. Saturday june 9 at8 30a,m, is enrolment time and at to . There will be a Parade. Classes for the week Are scheduled from 8 30to la . Each Day for children through the Junior age. Intermediates will meet at 7 . For their school. Commencement night is Friday at 7 30 . Robert you minister of Richland Hul methodist Church will m be die principal address at the baccalaureate sep ices of Richland i j school. Hie service will be held in the school auditorium sunday Evenin. At 7 30 . Young holds a a degree from Texas c Hristian University and Bachelor of divinity from Southern methodist University. He served As associate pastor of Matthew s memorial and As minister of Calvary methodist Church prior to organization of die local Church in 19- 3. You and your family so officers recognized Haltom Cit Yor. George Tipps minister of Bird Ville Church of Christ will deliver the address at the baccalaureate services of Haltom High school on sunday evening in the school auditorium. Invocation will be Given by miss Lana Sawey with scriptures to be read by miss Sarah Jane Collins. Haltom City a student Council officers recently elected at Hattom High school were recognized in an Assembly held at the school. Louis , an Active member of the thespians will serve As president. Other officers Are Bobby Nelson vice president Joyce Barclay Secretary and Gary Boyer treasurer. Rages Green Valley raceway Venty two per cent of drug stares sell food Staples. 12 Miles n e. Of fori Worth Sot. Amp Sun. A May 26 a 27 $5700.00 in Cash prizes r a Turin fastest Stock car races in u. S. A sat. Noon to to . Kunne a Polis Quot up the american lutheran Church has approved the first translation in contemporary English of Martin Luther s 430-year old Quot Small catechism a which is used or lutheran sunday schools. Trade with the ones that Trade with you. Your Independent merchants can serve you Best. Millheim pharmacy 140 a Irving blvd. Adv. Jitu Obj Iutuk title insurance amp abstract service manager of Hurst Euless Branch office Hurst state Bank bldg. By 2-1721 185 Mph dragsters a wheel to whee bottle for world title Sun.-7 . To 5 30 . Admission $1.50 children under 12 accompanied by adult free cordially invited it the the inn of the six flags sinday May 27 i .-6 . The inn specializes in Fine foods from Many lands and in luxurious accommodations for guests to six Flaus Over Texas and our friends in the Dallas it North area seeking a relaxing week end Retreat. / drive out and see our new facilities located in the great Southwest Industrial District. I he inn is located Midway Between Dallas and it. Worth on the Turnpike at Highway Sal for visitors travelling la. S. I highways 80 Ansi 183. Turn at Highway 360 and proceed to the Turnpike and the inn of the six flags

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