Family settles burial dispute over legendary driver, car designer Carroll Shelby DALLAS — The family and widow of legendary Texas racer Carroll Shelby are close to settling a bitter dispute that has kept Shelby’s body in the Dallas County morgue since May. “Nothing has been signed, but we’re close,” said Mike Shelby ... 07/23/2012 - 10:31 am | View Link
Family Feud Leaves Racer Carroll Shelby’s Body in Dallas Morgue for Weeks His body remains in the Dallas County morgue because of a bitter legal ... “Cleo knew exactly what he wanted,” said son Pat Shelby, 64, chairman and majority owner of Legacy Texas Bank in Plano. The family says Shelby gave his oldest son, Mike, a ... 07/1/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Hopkins County TXGenWeb | Obituaries Captain Joseph Barclay, (April 1, 1909) With Masonic honors, the body of Capt Joseph Barclay was laid to rest this morning in the city cemetery. 03/8/2014 - 6:46 am | View Website
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Not too long ago we talked about the Five ‘C’s of small business lending. Among the other four important ‘C’s, we identified Credit Score as one you can’t afford to ignore. Although there are other contributing factors most lenders look at to determine your creditworthiness, because every lender wants to know your credit score, it’s at the top of my list.
Vladimir Putin should hire a big name U. S. economist to talk turkey with him on the strategic consequences of low GDP momentum. I don't think Bernanke would take the job and Paul Krugman is relocating from Princeton to join the City University of New York. Maybe, Larry Summers is available, part time.