Austin American-Statesman from Austin, Texas on June 7, 1963 · 19
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Friday, June 7, 1963 Ilr Austin talesman Austin, Texai-Page A1 New President Assumes Post SAN MARCOS Fred Richan. National, Fish Hatchery employe, has taken over as president of the San Marcos Lions Club. Other new officers installed in ceremonies at Hill's Restaurant included James Braden, first vice - president; Richard Puste-jovsky, second vice - president; George Gilbert, third vice - presi dent; Leland Burgum, secretary; Hollis Smith, treasurer; Joe B i 1 1 Lee, tail twister; and Marvin Nite, lion tamer. Injuries Fatal STAMFORD (AP) - Allison M. Marshall, 48, of Stamford died today from injuries he received when he was pinned under a tractor which overturned. The accident occurred shortly after 5 p.m. WOR5HIP SUNDAY WITH HYDE PARK BAPTIST CHURCH 1 1:00 A. M. "Overcoming the Feor of Death" : 7:45 P.M. "Preventive Religion" Messages by Dr. Ralph M. Smith, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 A.M. ; Training Union 6(30 P. M. 3901 Speedway 8 V 4t r 1 " VW0J 7 it iFMSIRMIf urn (NON-COMPETmn) JUNE 8, 1963-8:30 Mfl. POST OFFICE BUILDING More than 4,000 Peace Corps Volunteers are needed to meet urgent requests from developing nations in'South America, Africa and Asia. To be considered for training programs beginning in June, July and August, you should take the non-competitive placement test June 8. Either send a completed application to the Peace Corps before the test, or fill one out and submit it at the time you take the test For an application, or more information, write the Peace Corps, or see your local Postmaster. Washington 25, D. C. S , . Published as a public service in cooperation with The Advertising Council m The Interstate Highway System in Texas is being blessed with large, elaborate Safety Rest Areas for the safety and convenience of Texas travelers. Motorists can now relax and refresh themselves in the first of these rest areas (roadside parks) designed and built on the Interstate Highway System in Texas. This new rest area contains eight arbors equipped with fire places for family cooking, incinerators, fire wood, and big spacious tables and benches for picnicking. The "park" lies on a small knoll ten miles east of San Antonio on Interstate Highway 10 and was formally dedicated May 29. Interstate Roads Have Top Safety Rest Areas Teenage t Road-e-o Saturday More than half a hundred Austin teenagers will get behind the steering wheel of brand new au tomobiles Saturday to match their skills. But speed and hot rod antics will be very much out of place. This is the annual Teenage Road-e-o sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. What counts is skill at normal handling of a car. and knowledge of safety laws and rules. Saturday's event is the final round of local competition, par ticipated in only by those scoring highest on written tests in the city's high schools several weeks ago. Site of the road-e-o is the Disch Field parking lot, and starting time is 8 a.m. The winner will be entered in the state contest at Mesquite June 29-30, where Texas' representa tive in the national finals will be chosen. Local contest chairman is Jim Wathen, and co-sponsoring with the Jaycees are American Found ers Life Insurance Company, In ternational Life Insurance Com pany, and Western Republic Life Insurance Company. Attend Meeting Seven members of Austin chapter. Disabled American Veterans, and its Auxiliary are attending the DAV state convention in Harlin-gen. Delegates are Joseph Home, George Hamblin, Dave Crenshaw, and W. P. Griffin of the Austin chapter; and Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mrs. Norma Anderson, and Mrs. Joseph Home of the Auxiliary. Between Toesf CORNS To quickly relieve and remove them, uee the opecial ize Dr. SchoU'o Zino-pado for coroa between tnee. At Drug. Dept., 6-1CW Store. 12 Japanese Sued In Ship Collision SAN FRANCISCO (API-Rep resentatives of two cargo ships that crashed off Pt. Reyes Tuesday night are moving toward an other collision in federal court. The US government filed suit yesterday for $400,000 against the Japanese owners of the Kokoku Maru only a day after the Japanese sued US operators of the USS Asterion to: the same amount. The vessels collided in heavy foe about 10 p.m. One Japanese was killed in the damaged boilpr room and the other 43 abandon ed ship, spending five hours in life boats before they were rescued by the Coast Guard. The Asterion made port despite a damaged bow. The Kokoku Maru was towed to nearby Richmond but has since settled to the bottom, her decks awash and cargo ruined. One of the smallest negotiable checks issued in the United States was for cent, according to the Chase Manhattan Bank Money Museum. ly TOMORROW! "V'j. . ..XI... VISIT AUSTIN'S NEW DIMENSION IN BANKING CONVENIENCE! Driving east from San Antonio on Interstate Highway 10 a motor ist will come Upon what looks not unlike rockets poised for takeoff on each side of the superhighway. But it's only an optical illusion. What he really sees are the roofs of the arbors for the first Safety Rest Area (roadside park) designed and built to Interstate standards in Texas. Texas Highway Department men in the San Antonio district refer to the new rest area as the "Jet Park." It does have a jet-age look. The design certainly belongs to the area because just to the north lies a big jet base Randolph Field, a landmark in the air age. The huge, new rest aree is really two parks, one on each side of the road. Each one is 1,200 feet long and 107 feet wide with four "bat wing" arbors spaced to allow for future additional arbors. Each arbor contains a fireplace, fire wood, an incinerator, a concrete table and benches, and a planter box. Safety rest areas on the Interstate Highway System are generally larger than older roadside parks previously built by the Highway Department and contain J0WS1IS 91.3 PERCENT OF '63 CHRYSLER OWNERS INTERVIEWED BY A NATIONAL MAGAZINE! SAID THEY WOULD BUY CHRYSLER AGAIN. IT'S BEEN EIGHT YEARS SINCE ANY CAR WAS SO WELL LIKED BY THE PEOPLE WHO BOUGHT IT. Why? Riding comfort Handling ease, bovver and performance. Clean, crisp styling. These things were named after a total of 1,297,466 owner driven miles, as the outstanding reasons for this overwhelming approval of the '63 Chrysler. ' The 5-year or 50,000-mile warranty America's longest new-car warranty was the deciding factor for many owners when they were choosing between a '63 Chrysler and other medium-priced cars. If you haven't driven a Chrysler recently, why not take an hour today or tomorrow, and give a '63 Chrysler a thorough going-over. You'll find your Chrysler dealer's deal will be Just as favorable as your rating of Chrysler. tName on request Yeur authorized Chrysler Dealer' Warranty against defects In material and (workmanship en 1963 cars has been expanded to include parti replacement er repair, without charge for required parts or labor, for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, on the engine block, head and Internal parts; transmission case and internal parts (excluding manual clutch); torque converter, drive shaft, universal joints (excluding dust covers), rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearings, provided the vehicle has been serviced at reasonable Intervals according to the Chrysler Certified Car Car schedule. CHRYSLER memas uemst pace-setters CHRYSLER DIVISION ffe CHRYSLER MOTORS C0RPORATIOM SMITH BROTHERS o 841. West 6th Street more arbors per park with an area on each side of the highway and parking space for trucks. Distance between rest areas will average only 37 miles throughout the state when the Interstate System is completed in 1972. So if you're traveling along and find one rest area filled, it will only be a few minutes to the next spot The new rest area was dedicated formally May 29 by chamber of commerce officials from Se-guin and San Antonio and members of the Texas Highway Department. Herbert C. Petry Jr., chairman of the Texas Highway Commission, was principal speaker. The orimary purpose of the safety rest area is to provide a safe place for a motorist to stop in pleasant surroundings to relax, refresh himself, or to eat something before continuing his drive. An alert driver has fewer accidents, and the Highway Department says providing rest areas is just one of many efforts to reduce the accident toll on highways. There are now more than 1,000 rest areas and turnouts throughout the State for this purpose. The Texas Highway Depart ment was one of the pioneers of the rest area or roadside park. In the early 1930s the department began its roadside park program, and it wasn't long before experience and public demand showed Department engineers that the areas should be an integral part of the highway system. When the Interstate Highway System is completed in Texas, there will be about 85 rest areas for the motoring public. The High way Department has already se lected sites for half the areas and about one-fourth of the 85 parks are in various stages of construction. The average distance between rest areas will be 37 miles so the motorist will be able to find a place to rest and relax no matter what part of the state he travels. There, are between 15 and 20 different designs for safety rest areas. Landscape architects in the Highway Department design each facility to its surrounding coun tryside, incorporating native stone and other materials. Highway Department mainten ance crews clean the parks at least once a week, water the plant and grass, and also plant trees and shrubs as part of the land scaping service. McClelland's Case May Be Brought Here j HOUSTON (AP) - September ; in Austin has tentatively been set for the trial date of the former Harris County probate judge, Clem McClelland, charged with converting funds from estates to his own use. Harris County District Attorney Frank Briscoe said yesterday District Judge Mace Thurman of Austin had agreed to hear the case, the second against McLei- land, but had not placed it formally on his docket McClelland was convicted Nov. 7, 1962, in Bell County and sentenced to 10 years in prison on charges of misusing money from the estate of Clara L. Currie. He is free on bond while the conviction is appealed. Earlier this year, the former judge won legislative postponement of his case after he retained Representative James S. Bates of Hidalgo County to help defend him. 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