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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - September 3, 1964, Irving, Texas Zb3b9ieb0b and and Servic dial 114-6161 volume a number 917 Irving r is texan weather Clear to partly Cloudy through Friday. Low tonight in upper 70s. High Friday in upper 90s. You it jct Quot exase fastest growing City of pages today a 4�1. So Ute sunday Muk pay sept 3,17 civic clubs join by Jody Allen apartment Hunting is Don Boucher new Myca director and his wife. Boucher said he is enjoying Irving and Irvi gite but his enjoyment will by measurably increased when he finds some place to live. Phe vouchers Are used to Quot roughing it a though having spent two years with the peace corps All part of Boucher s philosophy to do something More than sit around griping about the world Quot going to the a a a John Kelly is wondering if the democrats have Given up on Irving. Re pub Means will have Booths at Jody the Irving Community fair but where Art the demos. Ironically the Republican Booths Are to the right after entering the i air tent. Word has it that the Quot beatle juniors did such a Fine Job of Pant miming their Quot heroes at the Irving theater wednesday that they almost might As Well have been the Quot real not e and riotous antics were supplied in abundance to make the show a Quot Complete Success a according to reports. A a a an apri Al is being made for presidents of All Irving women a clubs to come to the news texan office to have their picture taken for the Quot wonderful world of women Section to appear nept. 20. The May Call into the office by 4-6 61, for picture appointments. We would also like information oncoming club activities and projects throughout the year. I e r St is who Are in need of the services which operation lift provides Are sometimes unable to read. It is important that they find out about the program by word of Mouth. Of any Irvi gite knows of a person who might Benefit by i Ift they could help him by providing the necessary information or having him Contact a local Jaycee. I Ahi Ion conscious me might think that mrs. Hugh Carney wife of Sanger Harris manager might be among the most avid of fashion fanciers. But mrs. Carney admit that even when she makes s special Point of being observant of fashions when women gather her fashion consciousness Falls by the Wayside Quot when the talking keepers of big Irvi big Irvi the Tiger Mascot will have tender Loving care from this group of charming girls for the upcoming football season. The keepers for this season Are left to right Back Row Cheryl Bjeletich i Inda Schrang. Linda Wirasnik Heidi Sorflaten front Row i Inda Clark Sammye Sharp Linda Moffett and Jan Hansen. News texan photo Lone Bandit robs service station Early thursday a Ione Bandit apparently armed with a gun held up the Ray St. Clair Shell service station at the intersection of Loop 12 and Hwy. 356 Early thursday morning and escaped with approximately is 50. According to the stations night manager. Glen Hall he was fixing a bicycle tire in time station s Wash rack when the Bandit appeared. Hall described the Man As being in his Early 20s, wearing a Brown Kaki hat and wrinkled Brown Khaki clothes. He wore a crude paper mask made from a paper sack and held it on Witt. A rubber band. The Bandit had both hands in another paper sack and when he stuck it against Halls building Pace slows but is still Quick construction in Irving slowed a Little airing aug., but kept up enough steam to stay some 28 percent ahead of the 1963 record Pace. Bill Fletcher City building inspector reports. A total of $1,927,024 in building permits were issued during aug. Bringing the total for the year to $24,792,187, which is considerably above the $19,765/131 total recorded through aug., 1963. Brads Ford hands were issued the largest total of permits taking out permits for the construction of 21 residences totalling $247,986. The residences Are to be located on Chevy Chase Briarcliff burning tree Hillside Keyhole peach tree and Timberlake. A. R. Letot was issued the largest single permit during the week for $129,00 for the construction of a 20-unit apartment building to be located at 1700 e. Carpenter freeway West. A. G. Rivers was issued a permit for $72,000 for construction of Quadruplex apartment units at 1204, 1206, and 1136 Perry re. The $1.9 million month in the permits office was Well below the $3.3 million month experienced in july. If the City continues its record building Pace the City administration expects another jump in the tax Roll in 1965. The Roll showed a $13 million increase this year following the record construction in 1963. Back the manager said Quot it Felt like he had a Cannon in the Man told Hall Quot get your hands up and get in the Back room or i la blow your head after forcing Hall into die Back room the Bandit rifled the Cash Register then left saying Quot stay in there to minutes or i la blow your head according to another witness the Man ran East out of the station and Down an embankment to Loop 12, where he was picked up by an accomplice in a waiting car. According to officer Bill key who investigated the robbery with officer Jerry Lane the incident took place about 3 a. In. Traffic a toll year the Date accidents 978 injuries 200 deaths 8 damage $371,520 last 24 hours accidents 5 injuries 2 deaths 0 damage $1,645 walking is new thrill for Clark by James Curtsinger Don Clark 15-year-old son of or. And mrs. Lee Clark is experiencing a thrill which he has desired for 12 years he is walking. When Don was three he was stricken by polio. His right leg s growth was stunted and because of its shortness he has had Back trouble to Boot. In 1963 he had major surgery on his spine. After this operation he was Flat on his Back for six weeks and then in a wheel chair for weeks. Scarcely was he up two weeks when he went into surgery for his leg. This operation was to strengthen his foot so that he could walk. After four months in a cast and weeks on crutches he was Able to take his first few Steps. Said Don Quot its really a new experience but in a sure thankful for All that the doctors have done Quot Don lives with his parents and an older sister Alice at 1215 a Irving Heights drive in Irving. Tropical fish Don Clark who has discarded a leg Brace needed for walking a Jujj for several years checks on his tropical Lill fish he raises As a Hobby. News texan Pip photo Mosquito fight a phase program limit Way Ihm City service clubs have quickly joined in the fight and a City wide anti Mosquito Campaign 4s in full swing. Jim Weaver City chairman of the drive reports that seven service clubs have joined the Jaycees in the drive and have begun scouring every Nook and cranny in die City in search of funding pools of water which might Breed Mosquito. The three phase program in which the City and individuals Are joining the service clubs was initiated last week in Hope of preventing any cases of Enci Phairis which has broken out in areas of the state. The disease is carried exclusively by Mosquito. The City has been running its fogging machine each night carrying out its portion of the City wide War on Mosquito. One District in the City located Between Highway 183 and Rock Island re. And West of Story re. Does not have a group to work it. Weaver said the Jaycees Are looking for volunteers to cover the City. Gene Glazier is the marshal of District i located West of Stop re. And North of High Way 183. The civitan club is handling the cleanup operation. Anyone wishing to Volunteer for work in this area has been asked to Call mrs. Peggy Vanzandt at by 4-8121, ext. 225. District 2 is manned by the Exchange club with Joe Spencer As marshal. The club is to cover the area Between Story re. And Northgate and the Railroad North of Highway 183. Volunteers have been asked to Call by 4-1532. The kiwanis club has the remainder of the City North of Highway 183 in District 3 with Marvin Mott acting As marshal. Volunteers have been asked to Call by 4-0144. District 5 is located Between Rock Island re. And Highway 183 and Between Story and Nursery. Mark Gordon Marshall of the noon Lions club has asked volunteers to Call Fel 3-4106. The evening optimists Are policing District 6 located Between Rock Island and Highway 183 East of Nursery re. Marshal Frank Wolfenberger has asked volunteers to Call bl4-5681. District 7, South of Rock Island and West of Story re. Is to be policed by the rotary club with Joe Glover acting As marshal. Volunteers Are to Call by 3-5102. The noon optimists with Everett Sherrard As marshal Are policing District 8 located Between Story and Nursery South of Rock Island re. Volunteers Are to Call by 3-5181. The Jaycees Are to cover District 9 South of Rock Island and East of Nursery re. Jim Weaver Marsha has asked volunteers to Call fe1-4351. Services Pend for former int employee funeral services for James William Bill Bowden a drowning victim were pending this morning at Brown s funeral Home. Bowden was a former circulation manager for the daily Newt texan. Bowden s body was found in a Motel swimming Pool in Oklahoma City about la . Wednesday evening. An assistant District manager for Standard Coffee co., he had just transferred to Oklahoma. Bowden is survived by his wife Carol and three children of 914 s. Delaware. Alto surviving is a sister mrs. Irma Bowden of it. Worth. . Welcome mrs. Elizabetta Scatizzi of Rome Italy has a warm reunion with her Irvi gite daughter tvs. Charles Rhodes son in Law and grandchildren. Pictured Are i. To a Cynthia Elizabeth mrs. Scatizzi mrs. Rhodes Rhodes Marc and Stephen. News texan photo stalls Are trip from Rome limited in reunites family w a a or lev Mutair exhibit Booth space for the third annual Irving Community fair is rapidly running out according to John Kelly general chairman of the fair. A total of 38 stalls already have been bought leaving approximately 14 spaces for last minute buyers. However these Booths Are not expected to last Long even though the deadline for Purchase is saturday. Quot we re very enthused about the Progress of the fair so far a Kelly stated Quot and from the looks of it this will be the most successful fair we be had. Advance ticket s ales have been Good and from what we be heard there probably will be a big Rush at the last minute. We would like to see the local merchants get in the remaining Booths but time is so Short Well have to give them to the first merchants that ask Kelly went on to say Tat the Booth prices Range from $75 to $125, depending on size and location. Those merchants and organizations which a Root have purchased Booths include the Young americans for Freedom Yak Vandergrift motors Texas lightweight products r. H. Moore amp cob Christy a furniture store mrs. Klanser s foods Recer floor covering Lazy a ranch Irving florists Irving garage assn., Huggins peat control Gaskell outdoor improvements Mam men Gim amp Mirror living Marine Supply Black s funeral Home allure coiffure civic Al club Shamrock Van Linas All rite service corp., Delta Van lines Oak Grove cemetery May trailers Attaree building materials Irving Republican women s club Mobil Oil co., Clarence Talley inc., Cedar Springs Dodge Woodmen Accident amp life co., Nimrod trailers encyclopedia Britannica Texas tool Center Carl s sewing Crater and mid cities advertising co. Although saturday if the deadline for buying Booths. Friday will be the final Cuy for getting Advance admission tickets for the fair and Clr Cue. The Cost is the same-25 cents but an Advance Ducat gives the Holder a Chance to win a $500 savings Bee i mrs. Elizabeth Scatizzi of Rome Italy was truly Quot Queen for a Day Quot wednesday when she met her four grandchildren for the first time and was reunited with her daughter and son in Law whom she had not seen for almost 17 years. Or. And mrs. Charles e. Rhodes who live on county line rd., welcomed mrs. Rhodes Mother at love Field Airport on an 8 49 . Flight from new York which followed an air plane trip for mrs. Scatizzi from Rome. Also at the terminal to Greet their grandmother were the Rhodes children Marc Stephen Cynthia and Natchez. Mrs. Scatizzi is in the United states with a visitor s visa but mrs Rhodes said she hoped they could convince her Mother to stay Here permanently. Quot we want to take her everywhere a she said in explaining her desire to show mrs. Scatizzi the various facets of life Here. Other relatives of mrs. Rhodes still in Italy Are i go and Berta Scatizzi her brother and sister in Law. Mrs. Rhodes met her husband when he was stationed in Rome with the armed services for two years. He is now affiliated with an insurance Agency. His parents or. And mrs. Joe j. Rhodes sr., also live in Irving at 2429 w.4th. World by Bob Callan int world news editor mrs. Alvin York took the remains of her hero husband Back to the beloved Cumberland mountains in Tennessee today a Short distance from the ledge where she married him on his triumphant return from world War l York succumbed wednesday in a Nashville Hospital where he had been for five Days for mrs. York treatment of an acute infection of the urinary tract. Mrs. Nelson Happy Rockefeller wife of the new York governor appeared As the first wit Ness wednesday in her state supreme court Battle for the custody of her four minor Chil-1 Dren by her first marriage. Mrs. Rockefeller divorced or. James s. Murphy to marry the governor in 1963. Neither Rockefeller nor the children were present at the private hearing. Happy Luci Barnes in t the Only Youthful personality on the fringe of politics who finds herself in the news column. Miss Corinne Claiborne Boggs daughter of rep. Hale Boggs d-la., will be Queen of the 1964 president s cup regatta according to an announcement in Washington. The daughter of the House majority a whip a is better known is Jim Hudson co Captain of the University of Texas longhorns was admitted to Brackenridge Hospital in Austin with in stuck of heat cramps during a team workout. The longhorn quarterback made a Quick recovery and is expected to be Back on the playing Field for practice sessions next week. A pc okie p or Hudson

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