Corsicana Daily Sun from Corsicana, Texas on December 4, 1973 · Page 6
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r Sawtoothed light standards seem to be in vogue along New York's East River Drive—until you look close and see the "teeth" are pigeons. Low ceiling. (NEA Photo) lObituaries^p Floyd Knotts, Evan Stewart, J. D. Ingham, and John Ed Ingham. L.G. HIGHNOTE L. G. Highnote Funeral services are set for 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Corley Funeral Home Chapel in Corsicana for Leslie Guin Highnote, 85, who died Monday night at his home after a lengthy illness. Rev. I>arry Hodge will officiate, and burial will be at Hamilton Cemetery. Former mayor of Retreat, Tex., he was a native of Angus born Jan. 9, 1888. He was a graduate of Texas University I>aw School, a charter member of Delta Kappa Episolem Fraternity, and a veteran of World War I during which he served as a member of the 50th Aero Squadron, serving 18 months overseas with honor. He was a member of First Baptist Church and the Masonic Ix>dge AF & AIV1 No. 174. He is survived by his widow Mrs. Lillian Q. Highnote of Corsicana. Pallbearers include Tom Spikes, Benny Joe Robinson, Mrs Whitley Funeral services are set for 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Corley Funeral Home Chapel for Mrs. Alice Whitley 92, of Corsicana, who died Monday at Memorial Hospital. Burial will be at Oakwood Cemetery. She was a native of Georgia and had lived 65 years in Roane. Survivors include three sons, C. D. Whitley of Corsicana, J. C. Whitley of Mexia, and A. Whitley of Sun City, Arizona; two daughters, Mrs. W. D. McCarter and Mrs. F. L. Andrews, both of Corsicana; a number of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great- great-grandchildren. Grandsons will be pallbearers. Rain Varies Rainfall amounts in Corsicana Monday varied from .47 inch at the official weather station to .70 at the Daily Sun’s north-central gauge and .68 inch near Tiger Field. Teague, in Freestone County, led the Golden Circle in rainfall with 1.35 inches. Navarro Mills received .10 inch; Rice, .9; and Hubbard and Blooming Grove each reported a trace. No rain was recorded in Hubbard. House Panel Okays Foreign Aid Bill WASHINGTON (AP) - The House Appropriations Committee has approved a nearly $5.8 billion foreign assistance appropriations bill. The measure includes all or most of President Nixon’s $2.2 billion request to help Israel replace Middle East war losses. The foreign appropriations subcommittee, chaired by Rep. Otto E. Passman, D-La., cut the emergency Israeli request down to $1.7 billion last week and sent a $5.3 billion bill for foreign aid and other U.S. overseas programs to the full committee. But Passman indicated Monday he would go along with restoring all or most of the $2.2 billion, saying the Nixon administration has now presented a strong case for the money and “has fortified me.” Weather 3 > ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Enjoy our “FAMILY TUESDAY” COLONEL SANDERS’ RECIPE <§> every Tuesday SNACK BOX 2 pieces of finger lickin' good Kentucky Fried Chicken, a roll, potatoes, cracklm gravy only EXTRA CRISPY - ORIGINAL RECIPE is a great day for Ktntudfy fried Corsicana 1111 W. 7th Avenue Navarro County Courthouse LOCAL — Frost warning in effect tonight. Fair today through Wednesday. Cool this afternoon and tonight. High this afternoon upper 50’s, low tonight lower 30’s, and high Wednesday near 60. Northwesterly winds 5-12 miles an hour becoming northerly 15-25 miles an hour tonight. Wind warning flags on area lakes. High yesterday 73 and low this morning 47. .47 inches of rain recorded in the past 24 hours. COMPLETE HOME + DECORATING CENTER ♦ • CUSTOM CABINETS J • ARMSTRONG CARPETS# • GAF FLOOR VINYL f 117 W. 6th (Across from ♦ palace theater) 872-2721 ♦ JUSTICE COURTS, PLACE I W. H. Tipton, Pet. I David I>ee Watson, Rt. 3, Corsicana, was charged with burglary of an auto. Larry Watson, (address unavailable), was charged with burglary of an auto. Garland Potter, Dallas, was charged with defrauding with a worthless check. Betty Potter, Dallas, was charged with defrauding with a worthless check. Charles C. Jones, 1306 South First, was fined $69 for defrauding with a credit card. Jo Ann Sellers was fined $204.10 for four counts of defrauding with worthless checks. Clifford R. Hall, Lancaster, was fined $28.10 for disorderly conduct. Walter L. Vernon, Angleton, was fined $34.50 for defrauding with a worthless check. An inquest was held in the death of Thomas Jenkins Sr., 69, 408 West Sixth, McGregor, who died while visiting his son Michael. Death was ruled to be by natural cause, apparently heart attack. The inquest was held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Hospital. An inquest was held at 11:50 p.m. Saturday in the death of Mrs. Marion B. Anderson, 76, 56-C Northwest Apartments. Mrs. Anderson died while staying with Mrs. Elna Garrison, 3202 Lafayette. Death was ruled to be by natural cause, apparently heart attack. An inquest was held at 12:05 a.m. Monday in the death of William Franklin Price, 81, of 1104 Navarro Drive. He was found dead at home by his wife. Death was ruled to be by natural cause, apparently heart attack. In Small Claims Court Docket: Harris and Jacobs vs. J. M. Watts, 1511 East Eighth Ave., suit on debt for $62.26. Harris and Jacobs vs. Duke Elliot, 225 East Drane, suit on debt for $32.53. Fred Richards vs. Joe Alvin Jackson, Ennis, suit on debt for $ 100 . G. W. O’Neal, Pet. 2 Bobby Glenn Rose, Dallas, was charged with driving while Intoxicated. Garry Gobell, 2031 Fairfax, was charged with three counts of defrauding with a worthless check. Daniel H. Campbell, Athens, was charged with driving while intoxicated. Randall Warrell Beets, Wigwam Courts, was charged with driving with his license suspended. Kenneth Jackson, Route 2, was charged with unlawfully concealing himself. Mrs. Hubert Grace, no address available, was fined $19.80 for failure to send a child to school. COUNTY CLERK S OFFICE Marriage Licenses Jerry Daniel Weatherford and Debra Jan Hobbs, both of Ennis, 12-1-73. James Earl Trull, and Cynthia Ann Young, both Corsicana, 12-1-73. Billy Harold Null and Mary IxniSt. Clair, both of Corsicana, 12-3-73. DISTRICT CLERK’S OFFICE No. 20,244 State of Texas vs. Jimmy Earl Stallings and Donald Gene Stallings, armed robbery, defendant’s motion for severance (from No. 20,243) denied, motion for continuance granted, reset for 1-28-74. No. 20,243—State of Texas vs. Jimmy Earl Stallings and Donald Gene Stallings, robber)' by assault, same action as No. 20,244 above. State of Texas vs. Mavis Cox, DWI (subsequent offense), motion for continance granted. State of Texas vs. Nocoinis Williams, robbery by assault, set for jury trial, 12-5-73. State of Texas vs. Michael L. Keefe, possession of more than four ounces of marijuana, defendant’s motion for continuance granted, reset for 2-1174. New Civil Cases Milbum Allen Owens and Marcia Sue Owens, dissolution of marriage. Two suiLs were filed the State of Texas vs. Charles Ray Miller and Alvin Zidell as a suit on bond forfeiture. MAKE CASON'S YOUR ONE-STOP PLACE TO SHOP FOR HOLIDAY DECORATIONS AND GIFTS! Y(HrHt\lU\ ÎÏH VH noms I CASON’S FLOWERS ANDGIFTS 415 NORTH 15th ST. CALL 874 3791 Wednesday Night Special! 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One gift per customer please while supplies last, when you open or add to your savings account with the amount shown here. Sorry, items not available for mailing navarro savings association'-' Cö*f 321 N. 12th Street Corsicana, Texas 75110 6A—Corsicana Daily Sun, Tuesday, Dec. 4, 1973 The Birds Arrived

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