Irving Daily News Texan in Irving, Texas
27 May 1962

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27 May 1962

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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - May 27, 1962, Irving, Texas An or. I i. In j. 27, i 962 i i its i Kom of k Al vol is to the til it r we rom the editor a f the Dallas new in Arn r in rating that the sales tax Quot Anno be abolish. The a made possible v the execs Irving scene prep i a slain by 0 isl Baptist Siva Arrn Principa. A i a increase in Sal a to or Unne Cessa r y 0 x non sex in Viola Ion of an 49 \ by do Popr a i it i la is in it. Cation of a i institutional Ito. I a ire Correct cd by the be u is attire at any time. Ill the judges pc re Benefice ii Ane of the a up to or it. A void be n eyes nary to r a some other % source to o h ? 11 f Relief uhen a i can i id ate r governor r any other of Beer ays the sales tax Law can be obo Lishe Ahe Bas the Constitution of Quot re was a it or the state men a liter i. A Ray a it it re tort Are ., preparation Day Loca on Bible Scho >1 which i been scheduled for Lune 4-15. X a r cd rn., pupils. Ill Register ha.-. Refreshments to through the to int Vav or so. R ser. Me Ann then Hare a Parade to further a i the school p e Imrch econ is an in a arson to All a tween the a amp Juc of r h up to in i f Fiyo at Reni the school each Lay from 850 a. Urn. La Ai a faculty of Over Ino has All Ca by been eni. -1in i pm ins Ara n it a c Mph t r the school the Genera officers for the school a Chuck Stevenson i to i i,.i Silvernail mrs. De Smith and mrs \.f. Bryan. Rev. Henry Kin Sath a Tor. Eel Lent press coverage of our activities the seventeen i emr i re Esi m wish to express their sincere appreciation. I in n a .1 Inin be re inexperience i group of salient we feel that your new paper has contributed to some extent the immediate Success of our initial in leavers to fight for Freedom an i also to become firmly established As a civic service to til Young people of the Community. Relative to fighting for Freedom our group the seventeen for Freedom wishes to unanimously extend common Latten to your editorial policies concerning anti -11�a in cants and free Lorn work in general. For freedoms future i f i an f or it Lorenzo Johns or. V Lee has Man for Fra Tiu Atlow. The i a no hoi Park hearer rank. Bara Nelson Paula Ltd a n mrs. M Irv re Ltd i. Irving planting shrubs in a Citi ens if it r the Torch Riding left to right Linda Reed bar re p it r. Cir. F Walker left Tad Aln Ovington is the guardian with \ w Pirt it i pre Fli it Jet Bertin by local Ballet Marine aviation Cadet David e. , an or. And mrs. David e. I i ankush in of 1707 Betsy Lane Irving recently reported or training at the naval Scho i of pre flight at the naval air station pen Sac la la. Upon completion of the 16-week pre flight and officer indoctrination course students will be transferred to Saufley Field naval auxiliary air station also it Pensacola for primary Hight instruction leading to de Lunation As naval aviators r Marine pilots. $5.8 million contract of on by Collins Collins radio company will produce an additional Quantity of portable Trp it Pherice scatter communication terminals for the i a. Army under terms of an and i on contract total in in a j ,000. The terminal the an try a so Wal be use. To provide command control communication for the army s Pershing weapon system. Pershing is the army newest Soh 1-propellant Field missile slated to replace the liquid fuelled Redstone. The an try o is Des tied to be transportable by aircraft helicopter or a an j transport. Myca events monday May 23 Moi awk Indian gut Des at fester residence. Mal Bess a. For Unior Bowling league. New Jure be. Quot pc starts one at 2 00 At the Golden Triangle in a1 Gray Nee in. At i arter., Keyes Rochelle scat. 3 to . On their school grounds. N piday May 29 Myca judo c id Quot To 9 ., at the v. I Inai . Lee Gray club 3- 30 On school ground. B Artar s in or owl today. Call y for Start of two Nev groups. Vav Honl Day May <0 Mal senior High i owling league. New senior league starts. June 20th at 2.00 At the Golden Triangle. Job Holey and Schulze Gray clubs will not meet today. Mew Gray clubs will meet at the schools in september. Thursday May 31 no Gray club n Felting today. Clubs will Reform in september. Judo club T 9 . Friday Juni i no Gray clue meeting today. Clubs will Reform in september. No Tern. Classes u Lay. Maw groups forming. Call y office. 9 saturday june 2 1 a Quot \ lasses or club meetings today. New groups now Eon i Ling. Contact y office. Sen. Smith cites sen pre off Candida governor t supporters better school Moron by for i lieutenant Gold Dallas area of his w s and Coil la a pre. Or i ii Tor s in jest non 1� i Utu Dallas Friday of Honor of rally at the a canine lounge for Friday f Riend terns from All of attended the Toffee. Senator Smith was sponsor of the Gilmer Aikin Resolution to improve Public schools has worked coasts in 4-6and it upper a the county Tenity for increased Uvan Sion it state tages for teachers an i was Leges instrumental in establishing Quot total i a permanent Bull Ling program honed or est for All Tate colleges when he fir St 20. Air served in the House of re is inn Preem at ive1. Quo this the building program he out placing a originated has solved major upon the poop Plant problems for Texas col crucial build the relate. The t i it a a Genal pore rum was in effect were Bande a Transfer of an unused per Smith lid. T Ion of the old Confederate he Pointe pension fund tax to finance Prog in n has Bally needed capital expand to run after correction i recital at re Moth n in in. May j. In ii i Cie in Ali it h j f r a i a a i rec Tai was h or Tate on Mac the daily hew s Tex a the Irving dad be s texan is published each a i mood a Al i Vav i a i Ria blvd Irving. Texas in lop it one by i f it a i Fie news advertising Iii i ruin lion sen ices it mid lass mail pm Liege authorized Ai Irving Fexas deliver is b Carrier Bov ii subscription ales of -1 Iii per Lonh for six Davs weekly or Sib Earl within Texas out of state mail subscriptions Art i Ammart for six months Motif the news texan Al by 3 133.1 Bel Een 7 a in and s�3 it a. Should Quot in Pap it i not be delivered satisfactory this is a Poorter publishing co publication. Stalev t i Bra or publisher Charles Lewis editor and Gen Cal Lanager la no Moue. Keith Waggoner Edith Dunn. Nav Funkel and r w. White advertising repro Senai Ives Bdl Bowden. manager no erroneous reflection on the Chara ter of any in i dual. Firm or corporation Wal be corrected if the onion is railed to the personal attention of the editor a Tot a a air cond 1961 Model special Low factory Price of $1699s i i Model i00lc2r Outt jots All comparable a Over sized Cooling coils makes for maximum Cooling efficiency a 7 Kex Btu i i amp a exclusive 4 Way rust 1961 Model Protection Uri Tya furniture amp appliances Kirst National Bank of Irving official opening open House Friday 8 30 ammo pin of if checking accounts Loans a Auto Loans savings accounts a Bank by mail a e personal Loans. Travel Erst checks first National Bank of Irving will feature an entirely new concept in personalized banking. Because of the demand services will be provided in our temporary quarters until completion of our Beautiful new building. You Are cordially invited to visit during our open House. We re looking Forward to meeting you and serving you with better banking in every Way. Rec j Curtis g. Innerarity president Hugh f. Whiteside vice president and cashier a j h. K. Cooper Curtis g. Innerarity r. H. Bob Engstrom or. Robert Morris William p. Esslinger Cleatus h. Rattan or. Hugh f. Whiteside Camf Dowell or. National Bank i 1205 e. Irving blvd. Bl4-0161 a business ent Loans Irving Texas 943 East Irving blvd. In Irving ate shopping Center Ken Grantham the Only National Bank in Irving member Federal Reserve system Federal Deposit insurance c corporation Texas amp american Bankers association Dallas Clearing House association

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