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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 5, 1972, Corsicana, Texas                                I I I V Tower Coming To Corsicana The bonvincinf N e ws Mlecf rum 77 54 TEXAS 75110 OCTOBER 1972 36 PAGES THREE SECTIONS Senator John Tower will bring his campaign for re election 19 to Corsicana as part of a campaign tour he is making of Texas by special Towers Washington office notified William Senate Passes Bill To Give Governor More Spending Power AUSTIN AP The legislative tempo picked up today as the Senate passed three bills to allow the governor to spend up to in the next several months to meet financial emergencies in state With only 12 days remaining in the 30day special the Senate also passed to the House bills that would Establish the Texas Film Commission as a permanent state agency in the governors office to clear up funding problems the commission has had since it was created by an executive aviation schools and instructors from the 1971 Proprietary School which was written primarily so that the Texas Education Agency could regulate business premiums for many coastal residents who are forced to buy windstorm and catastrophe insurance at higher than normal a Senate committee quickly approved bills to pay off the states election debts and to build an million school at Fort Worth for the mentally Todays L GOOD NEWS Scouts To Get Honors In CityWide Court A number of local scouts will be given promotions and other awards during a citywide Court of Honor set for Tuesday night at 7 30 in the Navarro Junior College Scouts will receive emblems denoting promotions all the way from the firstlevel Tenderfoot rank to Eagle with two slated for the highest award Victor Williams of Troop 246 and Brad Myers of Troop James Speier will and and friends are welcome to Museum Gets Mantle from Tomb DALLAS AP The Dallas Museum of Fine Arts has announced it has obtained a wool and cotton funeral part of what the museum calls the most spectacular single archaeological find ever made in the Paracas excavated by Julio Tello in The beautifully embroidered mantle has been added to the preColumbian collection through the Eugene and Margaret McDermott in memory fo John The textile is 51 Vfe inches high and 110 inches long and has been dated between 200 and 100 The mantle was among the cache of 429 mummies wrapped in many layers of cloth found by In his book Peru Before the Edward one of the authorities on ancient states that any museum would consider itself fortunate to own so much as one small polychrome cloth from the Paracas Drug Crime Prevention Taught at AFB School SAN ANTONIO AP Drug education and crime prevention is being taught in all including at the school district that serves Lackland Air Force Base Officials of Lackland Independent School District said instruction will be incorporated into other subjects on the elementary while it will be added to social studies classes in junior and senior The new program was developed as a result of a new state law requiring Texas public schools to teach the two subjects in grades five and The Lackland which has grades kindergarten through decided to extend such instruction to all Elementary School Principal David Laman said instruction for the lower grades will be day to In junior and senior high drug education and crime prevention will be handled from a personal frame of said Ed wirna drug education coordinator for the high We will be dealing with the respon sibilities of the and how that affects his or her she For she pupils studying world affairs will have their drug and crime classes related to the international The district received special instruction on the Nicholson Decision Goes to State Court By MARYLOVE BIGONY Special Correspondent in the case of the State of Texas on Relation of William McKie Secretary of State Bob Bullock were presented Thursday ng in the Texas Court of Civil Appeals Following the McKie said he expects the court to deliver the decision in about a The clerk for the Court of Civil Appeals said decisions will be handed down by all three justices who include Chief Justice John Associate Justice Bob Shannon and Associate Justice trueman The period of time between oral arguments and the date the decision is delivered is not known at this the clerk adding that it varies from case to Pat attorney for and Mary Jo attorney for presented arguments in the appealed from the 6 ruling by 167th District Court Judge Thomas Blackwell in The suit seeks a permanent injunction to enjoin the Secretary of State from certifying Donald Nicholson as 13th District Arguments concerned a clause in the Texas Constitution which Carroll called the suit states a candidate for district the aftermath of a bitter elec judge must be licensed to tion campaign and told the court practice law and must have Nicholson has more jury trial engaged in the practice for four experience than the years next preceding the elecShe told the court Nicholson was financially unable to pay his bar In his opening statement to the dues in 1970 but wrote to the bar Beard said Nicholson in 1971 asking to become wrote a letter to the Texas Bar She said Nicholson did not know Association in 1970 saying he had he was in arrears in his dues until not practiced law for three years after the suit was and was an actually in arrears less than six Robinson and Norman Buddy cochairmen of the Tower for Senate committee in Navarro that the Senator will be in town from 4 to 5 As of the county co chairmen had not decided on a location for a planned coffee reception and said it may be decided to have the Senator greet Navarro County supporters from his campaign bus at a downtown Tower will be accompanied by his and his Joe We are thrilled Tower is coming to Corsicana in behalf of his campaign as he has been here in the past for dedication func tions Robinson Peace Talks Offer No Says Viet Cong Delegate PARIS AP The Viet Cong and requesting status as an acuiauy in arrears less man six vietnam makes inactive member of the v Beard further stated Nicholson The payment of bar dues is paidhis bar association dues only 1 Mrs N chie of the delegate of the Viet Congs provisional revolutionary told the 162nd session of the deadlocked talks that peace proposals are utterly unreasonable and Her statement followed a declaration by the North Viet namese chief Xuan that up to now the positions are far apart on Dress Review Contestant Miss Linda 16yearold daughter of Jessie Garter and a student at Corsicana High prepares her luggage for a trip to the Baker Hotel In Dallas where she will be a contestant in the State 4H Dress Revue beginning today and ending She will model clothes which she has including the outfit she is Miss Ross qualified for state finals by winning a first place at the District Eight Dress Revue in Sun Photo by Rob Meckel Not His Says President Prices of a broad range of wholesale industrial raw materials and manufactured products rose an average of threetenths of one percent last the government reported The report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics said the in crease included a rise of six tenths of one per cent for farm processed foods and while industrial com the suit was filed following to qualify a person for district his Carroll told the Beard contended a district She said Nicholson had judge candidate must have offered legal services to his practiced law continuously for father and other persons in ex four years preceding the change for He was and Beard said Nicholsons truly rendering legal services to statement in a lower court persons who wanted to corn hearing that he had given legal pensate she advice to friends and relatives Closing her during this tune did not fulfill this Carroll told the court the removal He said Nicholson of Nicholsons name from the was a rancher by profession ballot in the November election political and military during this and any law would deny the voters of p Mrg Binh toldy qthe practice he engaged in was Navarro County the Privilege of negotiating voting for the candidate of their itf and while The knowledge you have of The government can have It is this antagonism which has created the wide gap which makes the solution to any sub stantial question Ambassador William Porter said the North Viet namese and Viet Cong have modities increased twotenths at an annual rate of per missed opportunities to make of one per cent in the third peace and urged that real The report said that in the In the 13 months so far of mere restat past three wholesale President Nixons wageprice ment of your demands begin prices rose at an annual rate of wholesale prices have per cent compared with risen at an annual rate of per cent rate in the first and per compared with a rate second quarters of the of per cent in the nine and that food and feeds soared months prior to the the Beard has to be no compelling interest in keeping updated in order to have any his name off the Wholesale Prices Rise Thuy said the Nixon ad ministration is intensifying and expanding the war more than Weather Nixon Warns Of More Taxes WASHINGTON AP ident Nixon said today there will be no presidential tax in crease in 1973 congressional make one to partly cloudy partly cloudy tonight with increasing cloudiness chance of afternoon and evening thunder showers tomorrow warmer today and Friday af ternoon high upper 80s low by this kind of rain 20 per cent tonight this mornings low 61 yesterdays Nixon also fielded questions about the grain deal high and the bugging of Democratic National Committee headquar Holdmg a 40minute news ters at the Watergate Addressing himself to allegaFor Streets Viewed conference in his Oval Nixon also declared that Viet nam peace talks are in a sen tions that grain exporters prof sitive ited from advance information And he said that his search about the million grain for the quickest possible settle Nixon said the FBI ment will in no way be affected was looking into the matter and by the fact that a presidential if there has been election will be held any any in discussing his tax we want to said he will rarely visit niptllPWi the erain accord si to tight the VSSEa s veto messages aimed at last minute legislation that exceed his budget The President was first asked for a response to charges by the countrys continuing bal ance of payments As for the Watergate Nixon repeated that he had no some Democrats that his adpersonai knowledge of what ministration has been was going on there and said ne convinced of hi mittee were ging no principal fig campaign corn party to the bug He responded by listing such is charges made by George the Democratic presidential and said some presidential advisers had suggested he respond in He said he rejected such adState Department official Alger vice because Im not going to Hiss as a member of the House dignify such Committee on UnAmerican Ac As for what McGovern has Nixon said that inquiry Recalling his probe of former Sharing Priority Now that it knows how much money Corsicana will receive under the new federal revenue sharing program the City is viewing street im provements as first on the priority of uses to be made of the Corsicana learned Tuesday that it will receive and should receive its first increment just how much is unknown at this time before the month is We are going to set it up as a separate Revenue Sharing not comingling it with our General Fund so that the City on will know just what it will be spent and of the Commission will City Manager Jack Russell said At the the thinking pf the City Commission is that we will use our money to make street repairs and sealcoat at least for the first Russell Corsicana still doesnt know subjects from the regional Education Service been Nixon declared I was basically a Sundayschool pJtor anrl from Lackland officers and think responsible members of exercise compared to the now it was apportioned a larger Center and from Lackland officers sergeants who deal with the topics sponsible the Democratic party will be FBIs Watergate leadline Friday To Register To The deadline to register to vote in the November election is according to Navarro County Tax AssessorCollector Jerry He said county residents may register in his office at the Navarro County Courthouse between 8 arid 5 See page 6B Scott noted that anyone who has registered in Navarro County since is qualified to vote in the November election and does not need to register this He said people who have moved from one precinct to another should note the change with the county tax assessorcollectors Scott also said anybody may register for a member of his immediate amount of money than had first been indicated to the city would be Until the only definite word previously had been Corsicana could anticipate getting about Russell said he understood the federal government used a formula based on needs of a and I guess our needs were greater than some other places of the same Smiling Beggars Two young Vietnamese war leaning on their cross a street in DaNang in search of han One of the boys lost a foot and a and the other youngster one of his legs in an enemy rocket barrage several years Both now survive through begging in South Vietnams second largest AP Wirephoto   

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