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I/A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, June 9, 1983 , jttpanes, - n n n : ByGREGDENSMORE respite from the grueling 1&day tour beat rlde along the lake shoreiine Los Angeles--and, after a two-hour Morlta, Kate, Mlyashita, Tokue, "They all say this waS The itinerary of the Japanese Advan- which covered 9 major Industrial areas The lakeside party lasted on into the layover, it was back to Tokyo. Akiyama, Kodama and Ogose--ex- joyable part of their cad Value Study World Tour Group in- of theworld, night. The next morning, the .g m.p, But before they !eft, the entire pressed .their gratitude to the Smiths Suk a!. ," They say cluded stops in exotic places like Am- The group's official interpreter, headed back to DFW for a prone trip to grouv--Kimata, Shimml, Shinkal, Tani, or their neavltalitv, torget u .Ir vmit to T0O , sterdam, Munich, Zurich and Paris. In Ryuichi Shinagawa of Dallas, ex- " L ...... -, lmlffi= the United States, the group visited plained that up until the l2 men arrived .~, ........ . - ~ - ~...~.~.:r-~: :,~.ii~.~i ~.,-.-~i~i_: .~.-]Q~lilm ~~ some of the nation's leading trade can- in Tool, the trip had been "rush, rush, ............ tars like New York City, Washington, rush." ~ i ~ ......... i~a/~l~ D. C., Chicago, St Louis and Dallas. One of the men, Keiso Sakurai, who i ......... N Then, of course, there was the party represented the Ebara Corporation, I " "': atToolTool??? said that it was the first time he had ,i~! ~L. ~"~~'~,~ o ~~lPilu~J Yep, pardners, a whole slew of reiaxed since the tour start l, MayP i blgtime Japanese business leaders last They marveled at Texas wide-open ~:~l ~'~Imlk ~i~AliilL ~/~t roll,fiE weekend made a stopover ,,at the spaces. They breathed in the clean air , lakeside home of C P. Smitty Smith and gazed at the blue, blue Texas sky ~ i~~~,~*: ~ . ,:. ~:~ ~' for some well-deserved rest and Although Sakurai and travel ~ ~~~~S~I"~' ~ IV,~'~'~.~r ~..~i~ relaxation, manager Ken Ognse were the only ones ~ ~~/~ ~!~ . ~" ~~ Smith, who is affiliated with the in the group who spoke fluent English, ~ ~1~~~}/~ o.. " ~-~**~il~i~ Dallas-based Value Engineering, Inc., all of the men knew enough, of our " "I ~ ~ ~~"~ had previously invited the group to his language to make their feelings known. ~ ~~~~, : ~. ~ Isle of View I residence in Tool "on a They were most curious about the ,~ I ~~~.i~ whim. lake How blg is it. How many people ~r~~~~..~ ~ ~~~ Surprise, surprlse--theyaccepted, live here? What kind of people live i ~Ld~~~"~~ ~~ Smith and his wife, Betty, treated here? i ~~'J~~~ ~.~ their guests to a good old-fashioned, ~' "~X1 ~i~S@~~ -~I Texas-style barbecue cookout. There And the sight of a rifle and two ~'~'" / ~~Biii. ~ ~ ~ '~~ was barbecued beef, chicken andpistols--all unloaded--really aroused ,~:,i~ ~ ~ _ _. " : r- " ~.~ sausage--beans, potato salad, deviled their curiosity. Photographs posing \i~: I~T ~l~ eggs, cantaulope, and with the weapons were not far behind ~ ~ ~ ~"~]ll~~ strawberrles--all laid out on the back of In Japan, Sakurai explained, the ,, ~ ~ ~ ~ ,~ W~.~ ..... ubli " a .... k h ....... truck, cnucawagon-stym, p c m not uowen to eep suc : ~ And of course, plenty of liquid weapons. ~I~~~~ , refreshments were on hand to help Itistheflrsttlmemos,t, ofthemhave : .. wash down all those vitties. (Letmetell ever seen a rifle or pistol, hesaid, mil~,~ ......-- " ' , : o, .... " yon, those guys could put away the A stroll down to a nearby boat ramp ~= . [II~ ~ ~ -- ~[~II~ LoneStar) brought about an impromptu bull .... : /'~ ~" ~: _ ~.~,~BIIIF, TOOl Mayor Earl Kay and his Wife, session, with the guys asking all kinds ~~ V Jr ~ i~~~l~"~.~ Jl Ginger, Joined the festivities, as dld Bill of questions about Texas and its people. ./,~ ~~/~~ i Lenzer, national president of the (They, learned, a new American ~ ~~ IRk Society of American Value Engineers. term-- laid back. ) ~ ~/~ ~ ' ~ Kay addressed the tour group and And no surprise, they were very is- : told them a little history of the lake pressed eith the "beautiful Texas ' ~ ~:, W " area. Kay then proclaimed them all to omen. ~ ~~,~,~ ......... be honorary citizem of Tool Later, Lenzer taught several of the For the Japanese, the stopover at men how to play horseshoes and the ~:/,- ~ '~~ . _ - Cedar Creek Lake was a most welcome group was treated to an abbreviated ba tanTf:e ifrom pyl:e one " 1 Compa ~s of the ~lety of Japanese Value striped shirt behind Kay) and his wife, t . y g p ..... . ...... cross a Engineers, who were on a whirlwind tour of Industrial centers around the globe, a Texas-style barbecue for the travel group Some of the Japan , state taw county roao With gas unes a,lU came at I he " " " f ' ' " ............ d gathered the Too me of C.P. Smitty Smith last weekend for a lakeside firearms, which are illegal to possess in their native land {Star P . .- u ner a c.on _ P:neCt e :earu ner ? it party. Tool Mayor Earl Kay and his wife, Ginger (trent row, helping hold the Densmore) m omer acuon Monaay me corn s t o eq Y anese b nner were n to .... ' " ..... s'--ce from the lap a ), on ha d greet the visitors from the East. Smith {in mLSsloners court approvea a request uflanaler for assz mn ~ _ . . ~ e __ n ..... n__ county in installing culverts on Martin trong discipline Listen Ior KnocKs Street Engine knock is the pinging you The'commiss!on.ers also app.roveda could deter crime 6"1 JL might hear when you "step on the gas contract consotloating. ~x .correct lens State Attorney General Mark White ~"~ m n m Ell hard--maybe to pass someone, or to ~ro%~3e.~?nS~n~t~o~Ye~U~alO~n~g: recently told school administrators il / / / / / / / i r-/~lk-"~l climb a hill. , . o . ..P Y. meeting at Texas A&M University that ~ ~ _l_ ~ ~ ~ ~ .1. Occasional light pinging doesn t hurt. two pauper tune.ra~s., uom~,ty com- stronger discipline in the public schools i d~cates ou re o rats u to the pensauon for a su~sutute lunge m me It n y pe ' g P will be a major ingredient for curtailing , limit of the asohne octane ratin that absence of Judge Regan recently was g g likewise a roved the number of people that go to prison. -'~' ~ ~/~l ~[~ ~ '~dr~ dr~ a, suitsyour car ..... That saves you money PP The Texas Department of Correc- _ ~ '~ __...~Jll~_l[~ Jl The higher the octane number ....... the The commissioners gave permission t ions has over 30,000 prisoners confined A m~'~,a,.~[ ~--~1~ ~ / . vN~r~ Ullll i-,= . --' more the gasoline resists, knocking. But to R.H. Lee t'arz concessmnatre. Jonn today which is the largest prison ~li~'~ ~ ~J~" ~ v .,m~-~-~ i' I I .... PI~|C~ Tinn to urchase and mstall entry and .,~,~ ~ ~ / i and; k high X nt: a:t ;2d: :pCeon::OPomaf S hg e trha c;r :t . . ______ , __. __ i! wastes money, co t ntyparkboard: .... White said one fourth of Texas prison I ntlre tock of Men Wear for .....................................................................................................Don't pile other produce on top of conh'~tssloners'tne , next. regmarcourt IS' sesslOnscheduledOtfori0me inmates,,' and ~ are,~r..~nt22 yearSof thes"ld or.,oYounger,ste._," " " " "" "~-" "" e gplants in the refrigerator They ~o v~ ,-~ ~ : ,,-~ ,o brgugiseea~ily a.m..onMonday, Junel3, mthecotmty problems started ,back when they were I~ ~ 4-L I~1.,~,.-,. ~ .... '( courtroom, attending school 'xqb -- 4,n Thursday June 9th, Friday June lOth, Saturday June ,n_ _ , _ uuco , - o ___ Since ad deserves e best, Yes[ervear uruEs . ,meseeusfi, Dress Shirts for Dad Give Dad... " SPORT SHl! 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