The Irving Daily News Texan from Irving, Texas on May 10, 1966 · Page 3
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Tuesday May 10,1966 DAILY NEWS TEXAN Irving, Texas Pa^e 3 FIRST IN IRVING Toastmaster’s Charter Due F rom Headquarters The only Toastmaster's Club existent lr Irving is currently In the process of receiving its* charter from International 1 oastmaster's headquarters In Santa Ana, Calit, according to MllardCriess, ten- porary president of the newly formed ine;,*s group. "A total of 20 members b the minimum membership requirement for chartering, " tht liead officer commented, "arxl we just recently signed up t’l: 20th member to fill tfie requirement, and are now waiting to receive our charter." Hie maximum number of members allowed to eachchap» ter Is 30, (»rtess pointed out, so any man in Irving interested in hecomirig a Toastmaster should contact one of theClut*» officers immediately, since wc are only 10 members away from tf* maximum, lemporary officers. In addition to president Griess, whu will serve in their capacities until an official officer election by the chapter, include the educational vice - president, Jim Gray; administrative vice- president, Dr. Jim Hales; secretary, Charles I loyd; treasurer. Bob Martin; and sergeant ■+2?" 'f'j tff t / .y MAY FELLOWSHIP SPEAKER -- Mrs. Jones Stadden, chairman of May Fellowship Day, introduces the speaker at the dinner program, Kev. Z. \\ . Holmes. Rev. Holmes spoke on the subject of “Poverty” to the group of United Church Women of Irving, who sponsored the event held at the First Christian Church. NEWS TEXAN PHOTO SPONSORED BY K ff Rev. Holmes Talks At Fellowship Day -at-arms, Ike iears. To belong to tf« Toastmaster's C tub, a prospective member must be 10 years of a je ar*d interested In lncreaslngfls self - ponfidence through improvement of his speaking ability, the Club’s temporary president explained. "Since the organization is primarily designed for the mature mind,*' he added. The organization was founded In Santa, Ana, Calif, and incorporated In 1932 as a nonprofit corporation. Since its founding, the movement bis grown until presently ttiere are cliartered clubs In every state of the I'nlted States and in 40 other countries. Tfie current world membership figure of the men's group totals In excess of one - million. The Club will meet every Tue day evening at 6:30 p.m. at Underwood's Cafeteria on Vs. Irving Blvd. For furtfier Information about the new organization, contact Griess at t3L4-61':6, or attend the Tuesday evening meeting of the group at Underwood's, explained the temporary officer. Current members are Bill Benson. Charles Campbell, Charles Cross. Donald Evars, Charles Floyd, James Gray, Will Griess, Jim Hales, Jeff Feffrey, Bob Martin, Doyle Neasbitt, Jim C. Sargent, Robert (Ike) Sears, Steve Shores, Ollie Sumrall, Mickey Watson, Harold Wentzel, Leon Smith and Richard Menchaca. IWajjee May I ellowship Day, sponsored by the United Churcli Women of Irving was field Friday at tfie First Christian Church. Mrs. Jones Staddeu was chairman. Principal speaker at the Fellowship diniter was tfe Rev. Z. W. Holmes, Jr., pastor of the Hamilton I ark Methodist Church in Dallas, who spoke on the subject, "Poverty," which was In keeping with tfie theme of tfie day, "People, Plenty and Poverty." Rev. Holmes Is president of tfie Dallas Pastors' Association and a member of the Executive Board of the War on Poverty for Dallas County. He received his BD Degree from Perkins School of Theology at SMU. Rev. Henry Mood, pastor of tfie First Methodist Church of Irving gave the Invocation, and Rev. Weems Dykes, pastor of tfe First ChrlstlanChurchgave tfie benediction. Special music v*as presented by Mrs. Don Heston -- who sang -- and readers on tfie program were Mrs.Stad- den and Mrs. Winfred Ward. Otfiers who participated were Mrs. w. A. Meyer, Mrs. is faculty adviser for the news- R. H. Morris, Mrs. C. H. Ful- * paper. som, Mrs. Harvey Christianson, Mrs. John Hinde and Mrs. George R. Taylor. Following the program and dinner, boxes were packed for migrant workers at Princeton. 6Green Door9 Mystery Solved By Nat. Guard Two Texas National Guard divisions, tfie 49th Armored Division -- which has a unit in Irving and tfie 36th Infantry, both learned what was behind the "green door" in Houston this weekend. But mum is tfie word. The green door just happened to be tfie color scheme of barracks at Ellington Air Force Base at Houston wfiere one of tfie U. S. Army’s largest map manuevers — Exercise Cloverleaf — was field under tight security precautions to train more than 1,000 staff officers and key enlisted men of the National Guard and Army Reserve from a five - state area. The three - day "paper- war" problem, conducted over two weekend periods, provided a realistic command post exercise for both of Texas* National Guard divisions, withtfie- oretical tactical problems giving commanders and their staffs training in mobile, dispersed operations under conditions of extensive nuclear warfare. Cloverleaf Exercise X marked another chapter in a series of 10 such exercises conducted since 1957 by the U.S. 4th Army and the 75th Manuever Area Command, tfie latter a reserve unit based In Houston. The problem played by the Guardsmen was conducted over a map of V%estern Europe with "controllers" tossing everything at tfie commanders of tfie 49th and 36th from nuclear warfare to nasty weather. The command post exercise, however, was strickly a training exercise and not a test of any contemplated plan, said Maj.~~ Gen, Lutfier E. Orrick, 49th Armored Division commander. "This exercise gives our commanders first - hand opportunity to exercise tfieir jud­ gement in crucial decisions. True - to - life situations are tossed repeatedly Into their laps, and we are graded on how we meet and attack these problems," said General Orrick. "It is more of a war of the mind, than of the muscle," the division commander continued. This differs from summer camp training, General Orrick pointed out, where all members of the division are actually engaged in "on the ground" training for tfieir specific job. In Cloverleaf, tfie emphasis is to sharpen staff coordination and tactical procedures not required during actual training exercises. Exercise director was Lt. Gen. Thomas W. Dunn, commanding general of tfie 4th U. S. Army at Ft. Sam Houston. Trail Riders Slop Here On Way To Gainesville WHICH WAV DID THEY GO°--Wondering just which way they did go, this young cowpoke spots the dust trail of his podners and is off again on his way to Gainesville, The Cockrell Hill to Gainesville Trail Ride has horsemen of all ages plus buggies and covered wagons of all descriptions. Having left Cockrell Hill Saturday morning, the riders camped in Lewisville Saturday night. NEWS TEN AN PHOTO EASY TRAYELIN’--No bumpy horse for this lady, just easy tra- velin' in the luxut v of a covered wagon on the way to Gainesville. The occasion was the annual Cockrell Hill to Gainesville Trail Ride which left Cockrell Hill earlv Saturdav morning. NEWS TEXAN PHOTO Miss Is Editor Of* ‘East Texan* Editor and business manager positions for I he East Iexan, student newspaper, and tfie ETSU Special, campus magazine. have been selected for the summer and fall semesters at East Texas State University. Karen Magee. Irving senior, and former News Texan staf­ fer. will serve as summer editor of The East Iexan while Michael Myers. Dallas junior, will have the job of business manager. Errol Friedman, Texarkana senior, was selected as editor of the paper for the fall semester. He is presently spring semester editor. John Morrison, junior from New York state, will be fall semester business manager, a position fie held during tfie spring. Dr. Robert J. McCloud, associate professor of journalism LEGION PROVIDES BRE AK--For the eighth year, the American 1 .egion Post of Irving has provided a welcome break to riders in the Cockrell Hill to Gainesville Trail Ride by furnishing cold drinks to all participants in the event. NEWS TEXAN PHOTO A LONG DUSTY RIDE- - Reminiscent of early pioneer days in America, several hundred horsemen took to their saddles and headed on a long dusty ride for the Annual Cockrell Hill to Gainesville Trail Ride. The ride is completed in time for the group to attend the Gainesville Rodeo Monday night. NEWS TEX \N PHOTO No appointments were made for tfie summer staff positions on tfie ETSU Special, since spring semester appointees will continue until September. David Bowser, Plainvlew junior, was selected as editor for tfie magazine's fall editions. Business manager will be P. Harrison Speaker, Dallas junior. Dr. Otha Spencer, professor of photojournalism, is faculty sponsor of tfie publication. JOHN C ROBERTS SHOES RED GOOSE for Children JOLENE for Women THE HUB I ( « l ■ | • t . S h 0 * p ' » g it tin I rvinc ; N ews T exan BL 4-6161 1673 W Irving Blvd. Irving, Dalles. County, Texas Second Oats Postage P*id at Post OfKce Irving, Texas 7S061 The living News Texan is a Texas owned Ind-pendent newspaper published In the Interests ot Irving and western Dallas County by News • Texan, Inc. The News Texan is published every afternoon and Sunday morning. 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