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... i : t I. Reminding Needed, Soroptimists Told In observance of Thanksgiving, the Soroptimist Club had as its speaker Wednesday at the Hotel George Washington luncheon the Eev. Allan R. Watson, pastor of tile Northwood Baptist Church. Using the theme "Remembering." Mr. Watson declared "The people of the world need more to be reminded than to be told," The host of information forgotten or overlooked parallels a person's overlooking the opportunity for thanking God, he declared. Citing an old Jewish fable, Mr. Watson said, "The voice of praise and thanksgiving seems to be missing in the human makeup." It is something to be cultivated, hej declared, adding that most per- sons unable to be thankful can attribute ths failing to the fact that they haven't done enough! thinking. I It would be a much better place : to live if ws could create in the, world the same spirit of Thanks-1 giving that our Pilgrim fathers did! on the first such day, the speaker fctressed. ! Mrs. Irma Grider, presiding, introduced Miss Marie Fierce, the club's newest member. The speaker was presented by Mrs. J. R. Gardner. Guests for the day( introduced and welcomed by Miss Betty Hayes: James M. Owens. Jr., mayor of Palm Beach, Howell L. Watkins, superintendent of county schools, County Solicitor and Mrs. T. Harold Williams. Miss Mary Brooks, Mrs. Lamarr Austin, Mrs. Tennlf Taylor, Mrs. Garland Greene, Mrs. Dennis Bell and Miss Priscilla Evans. 'Honeymooner' Faces New Woe Wilh The Law John W. Davis, Richmond, Va., who financed his Florida honey moon with worthless checks, was charged Wednesday with trans porting a stolen car across State lines, according to R. W. Wall, special agent in charge of the Miami FBI office. Davis, who was sentenced to one year in State ' Prison here last month on a worthless check charge, is charged with stealing the "honeymoon" car in Washington, Mr. Wall said. The warrant was filed here with US Commissioner Egbert Beall, and will be held until Davis completes his prison sentence, Mr. Wall stated. Davis allegedly transported the car from Washington to Key West, whore he and his bride, Ora Lee Davis, Lenoir, NC, were arrested and relumed here. Mrs. Davis was sentenced to six months in prison Tuesday on the same check charge on which her husband wa.s sent to prison. (Cnntlmirri from P Onp) Riviera Mayor community of the Town of Riviera Beach, and, "Whereas, as such committee they represent in civic matters, : sppcif ically addressing themselves j to a water system contract long un-! der controversy and of grievous j concern to righteous, citizens and freeholders of the said Town of: Riviera Beach, and, I "Whereas, the contract aforesaid, along with negotiations leading to j the accomplishment, have been presented to the grand jury, and,! "Whereas, the grand jury hasj reported to the honorable court, I which report has been made pub-1 lie in the press, and, "Whereas, that report finds and reports 'gross incompetence' on the part of Town officials . . namely, B. Fox Griffin, J. Flaherty,! F. Owens and William Savacool, j "Resolved, that the officials in I the public interest, to restore j community faith in the integrity of institutions, forthwith resign their! official positions as a just and ! proper response to the grand jury! report and the security, safety and sanctity of the public welfare." Mayor Griffin, in his complaint, continues by alleging that this means "to charge that the grand jury found and reported" that Mr. Griffin was unfit to discharge his duties as mayor of Riviera Beach. The damage suit followed by one day a circuit court action in which three Riviera Beach Coun-cilmen petitioned circuit court to expunge the grand jury report in which the investigating body criticized the Town Council for conduct in handling the matter relating to a $995,000 revenue certificate program and the subsequent water system expansion plan to be financed by the certificates. The three Councilmen, Mr. Owens, Mr. Flaherty and Mr. Savacool filed their motion in circuit court Tuesday, and Judge Joseph S. White took the matter under advisement. State Atty. Phil O'Connell said Tuesday he is preparing an answer to the motion of the three council-men, and that he expects to have Truman, Vinson Land At Key West KEY WEST, (UP) President Truman returned to the Winter White House Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with the man most prominently mentioned as the 1952 Democratic candidate in case Mr. Truman doesn't run again himself. The honor guest is Chief Justice of the United States Fred M. Vinson who flew South with the President and Mrs. Truman and Mrs. Vinson. The chief justice, one of the President's oldest political friends and associates, said he was here purely for social reasons. The wind was blowing sharply as the President and Vinson came off the plane at Boca Chira Naval Air Station where the President landed at 1:38 pm EST. "It is enough to blow my eyebrows sideways." Vinson said as he posed for pictures with the Truman family. . Mrs. Truman is expected to remain here at least several days. The Trumans' daughter. Margaret, now on concert tour, will join her mother and father some time next week. Page 8 THE PALM BEACH POST, THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1951 1 Handy Device Answer to Previous Puzzle HORIZONTAL 1,8 Depicted instrument 13 Sewing implements 14 Utopian 15 Anger 16 Expunge 18 Edge 19 Palm lily 20 Terra of endearment 22 Behold! 23 Symbol for cerium 24 Suffix . 3 Scottish sheepfold 4 Hypothetical structural unit 5 Merriment 6 Olympian goddess 7 Former Russian ruler 8 Pastries 9 Head (ab.) 10 Over (contr.) 11 Brad 12 Masculine appellation 17 Symbol for selenium ?parr5wjne?;r5 ToBeEtle5"f5 rqT"L7 11,1 TRr IllOffipl g T $ aJx I ETV AE T RT E w mmBr3 26 Heavenly body20Abandoned 28 Dissolve 21 Storms 2b Greek portico 27 Mountain lake 29 Fluff 30 Very (Fr.) 39 Exclamation of sorrow 40 Handle of a sword 42 On top of 31 Biblical weed 23 Writers' marks 43 Musical note 32 Couple 33 Black Earth city 34 Anglo-Saxon slave 35 Against 36 Drunkards 37 "Palmetto State" (ab.) 38 Symbol for . thoron 39 Exclamation 41 Meddles 47 This device is used homes and offices 49 Ignited 51 Diadem 52 Goddess ot infatuation 53 Texan mission 55 Undulates 57 Hone 58 Respects VERTICAL 1 Distinct part 2 Persian fairy 25 Motive 44 Peel 45 Goddess of discord 46 Entranced 47 Entry in a ledger 48 Promontory 50 Paving substance 52 Malt drink 54 Volume 56 Hebrew letter j ON-'OuP 'WAV HGMF TONIGHT ME A SPOOL OF white THREAD NO. 60 I II 13 II 15 14. n Is 9 110 lit III jq B W "J1WZ.Z is " Izzz It l 5 ST" ho Hi MT"5T!5"!S""gH? ZlSL III I I I I I 11)11112? Court Report c'litrriT cni'RT livll Actions Kveruladi's Federal Savins and Loan Assn. of Belle Glade vs. Maijone E. Hil-licr and Frank Hillier. her husband, and N. t). Evans. Sarasota County, plaintiff suing for accounting and foreclosure of mortgage on sum of S10.7S1.42 alleged due on promissory note and mortgage allegedly executed by defendant Maiinrie E Hillier when she was Marjorie E. Henderson, prior lo her marriage: mortgage being on Palw-kee property. Defendant Evans alleged to have some interest in property as it was rhnveyed to him by Trustees of Internal Improvement Fund. Mrs. Hillier acquiring the property from Evans. Plaintiff alleges note and mortgage dated .Hily 1. 1949 are now past due and plaintiff states S2.4S0 has been paid, remainder being in default. Beck & Allen, attorneys for plaintiff. B. Kn flriffin. as mavor of Riviera Beach, vs. R. .1. Alherlev, Havelock Wells. William F. Laylon. R, M. Grimshaw, Robert Underbill and F. R. Atherley as mem bers of Riviera Beach Citizens Committee sented to Riviera Beach Town Council Oct. 3. B. F. Taly. altmnev for plaintiff. Tommy Thomas, by his father and next friend. Virgil Thomas. West Gate. vs. The Salvation Army, a Georgia corporation, plaintiff suing for S.Vt.noo damages allegedly suffered by Tommy Thomas, a minor, while playing on pla ground equipment, of defendant at West Gale Community Center last Sept. 2'2. Jordan Johnson, attorney for plaintiff. final Divorce Decrees Alice Toms Fornard. Riviera Beach, vs Frank Joseph Fornarri. decree to plaintiff. Court to regulate custody and support of one minor child. Gertrude Bellamy, Riviera Beach, vs. Thomas C. Bellamy, decree lo plaintiff. Dorothy H Duerson. Palm Beach, vs. Charles F. Duerson; costs assessed against defendant. Marriage Application Albert Benedict Cybulski. 43. 34H8 Broadway, city, and Margaret Anastasia Koss, 32. Centerville. Pa. Charles Lewis Kunlz. 31. 309 Barcelona Rd.. city, and Jaequelyh Mosler Calif r, 29. 224 Sanlord Ave.. Palm Beach. Plaintiff suing for SVI.OOO damages alleged due for statements made in resolution pre- this ready for filing in court by the end of this week. Mr. O'Connell said he anticipates that his answer will be quite long. Described as unprecedented in Palm Beach County jurisprudence annals, the action is only the second one of its kind ever filed in Florida, so far as he has been able to determine, Mr. O'Connell said. The only other case was one in Hillsborough County in 1943 when a constable sought to have a grand jury report expunged after the grand jury had criticized the constable for the manner in which he conducted his office with relation to Hillsborough gambling cases, Mr. O'Connell said. The Hillsborough case went to the Florida Supreme Court which ruled that a grand jury can make statements and comments in such cases, without over-stepping its authority, provided the statements and comments are within certain limitations. xn. 2S3 IX THK CIRCIIT COI'RT OF THE FIFTEENTH .IIIIKIAI, CIRCIIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR PALM REACH COI'NTY. IN CHAXCF.RV. CASE NO. 29,0111. CHARLES N. BOOS and CLARICE M. BOOS, his wife, Plaintiffs vs. CORNELIA KAPP and B. L. KAPP. her husband1. Defendants. XOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: CORNELIA KAPP ' and B. L. KAPP. her husband, Residence Unknown The unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against CORNELIA KAPP and B. L. KAPP. her husband, who are not known to be either dead or alive; All pai'ties having or claiming to have any right, title or interest In the property herein described. You and each of you are hereby notified that a suit has been brought against you In the above stvled court in Chancetv bv CHARLES N. BOOS and CLARICE M. BOOS, his wife, as plaintiffs in the nature of a suit to quiet and confirm in the Plaintiffs the fee simple title to the following described property situated in Palm Beach County, Florida: Lots One (1) and Two (2). Block 10. Original Town of Boynlon (Now City of Boynton Beach) as recorded In the office of the Clerk ot Cir cuit Court in and lor Palm Beach County, Florida. All as will jnore fully appear from Ihe Plaintiff's Bill ot Complaint In the said court above styled and now pond-ling in court and you, and each of you iare hereby required lo serve copy of jyour answer or written defense upon ttUBtKi r. OKirMiH. jr.. Attorney for Plaintiffs. Boynton Theatre Building, Boynton Beach. Florida, on or before December 10th, 1951. and t hereafter to tile with the Clerk of the above styled court the original or any answer of any written defense, if any, otherwise the allegations in said Bill of Complaint will he taken as confessed by you and each of vou. WITNESS my hand and Ihe official seal of said court at West Palm Beach, ; Florida, this 7th day of November, 19.11. (SEAL) J. ALEX ARNETTE. Clerk of Circuit Court By THADDIE P. PLANT, Deputy Clerk. Publish: Nov ember 8, 15. 22, 29, 1951. No. 319 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ' Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Commissioners ot the Port of Palm Beach District until 2:00 o'clock P.M.. Friday, December 7. 1951. at their office in the port terminal property in Riviera Beach. Florida, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud, for the furnishing and erection of a fire resistant warehouse of alt steel construction slxlv (60) feet In width and three hundred (300) feet in length upon foundations and over a paved floor furnished by the Port ot Palm Beach District. Proposals shall bejiased upon standardized designs anddelailed specifications submitted by the bidder. General specifications as to live and dead loadings for the design, minimum gauges of sheet metal permissable. number and sizes of door and window-openings, roof ventilators etc. may be secured at the office of the Board of Commissioners of the Port of Palm Beach District at the port terminals tn Riviera Beach. Fla. together with the INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS and the FORM OF PROPOSAL. A certified check for ten (10) percent of the amount of, the bid shall accompany each proposal. By L. R. BISHOP, Secretary, Board of Commissioners Port of Palm Beach District. Puhllsh: Nov. 22. 29, 1951. COI'RT STATE POST-TIMES RADIO CLOCK WIRK 1299 MBS WEAT 1490 NBC WJNO 123B CBS WWPG l.-uo ABC FM CHA. 97.S-Ft'LL TIME THURSDAI MORNING 6 ,00 Western Rounduo IS Western Roundup 1 30 Western Roundup 45 Western Roundup Smile Awhile Smile Awhile A'arm Clock Our) Alarm Clock Club 7 00 News - Roundup 15 Western Roundup 30 Western Roundup 45 Roundup - News News -Smile Awhile Smile Awhile News - Star Time Swap And Shop B:55 EYE OPENER News Alarm Clock Club News Alarm Clock Club Today's Headlines-Weath. Chanticleer Serenade United Press Chanticleer Serenade 6 7 8 no News - Decker Almanac World News Roundup News 15 Almanac - Trade Post Local News - E.L. Show Weather 30 Ben Decker Almanac The E. L. Show Renfro Valley 45 Almanac - Les Hlgble The E. L. Show Devotions Agronskv News Town Talk Editorially Spt. -Devotions Frederlt'k-Hlv.yl. News 9 00 Robert F. Hurlelgh 15 Let's Go Shooping 30 Shopping- Almanac 45 Unity Viewpoint News - The E. L. Show The E. L, Show The E. L. Show The E. L. Show News Morning Matinee Morning Matinee Morning Matinee Breakfast Club Breakfast Cluh Breakfast Club Breakfast Club 9 NO. 252 IX THE COI'NTY JI'IHJE'S OF PALM BEACH COI'NTY OF FLORIDA. In Regard the Estate of HELEN PARDEE FOULKE, Deceased. XOTICE TO CREDITORS All the Creditors of the Estate Helen Pardee Foulke. deceased, are hereby notified and required to file any claims or demands which they may have against said estate in t lie Office of the County Judge of Palm Beach County. Florida. In the Courthouse at West Palin Beach, Florida, within eight (8) calendar months from the dale of the first publication of this notice. Each claim or demand must be in writing and must stale the place of residence and Post Office address of the claimant, and must be sworn to by the claimant, hts agent or his attorney, or it will become void according to law. Dated this 20th day ot September, A.D. 1951. sCALVIN PARDEE FOULKE, SWILLIAM G. FOULKE, As Ancillary Executors of the Estate of HELEN PARDEE FOULKE. Deceased. OUGHTERSON & DONLEY By WILLIAM A. OUGHTERSON Attorneys for Ancillary Executors Publish: November 1, 8, 15, & 22, 1951. 10 no Cecil Brown la String Along - News 30 Take A Number 45 Take A Number The E. L. Show The E. L. Show Red Foley That Carlson Woman Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Arthut Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Mv True Story True Story - Ed Arnold Bettv Crocker Against the Storm 10 mi A 00 Ladles Fair Strike It Rich Arthur Godfrey I-nne Journey ,m I I 15 Ladles Fair -News Strike It Rich -Arthur Godfrey When a Girl Marries 1 1 I I .30 Queen for a Day Jan Garher Show Rosemary Break the Bank 45 Queen for a Day Dial Dave Garroway WJNO News Break the Bank THURSDAY AFTERNOON. EVENING A Curt Masspy Show Noontime News Wendv Warren Jaek 3erch Show j A 1 15 Lannv Ross - Newl Local News - Caravan Auntjennv Luncheon with PG 1 " J II, 30 Knmbo Kapers Western Caravan Helen Trent Mid-Dav News I 4j Komho Kapers Meet the Girls Our Gal Sunday Luncheon with PG 100 Cedrlc Foster Meet the Girls Ble Sister Paul Harvey 4 1j Harvey Harding - NewsSerenade In Blue , Ma Perkins Ted Malone 1 30 Luncheon with Lopez George Hicks - News Dr Malone Here's June Christy 45 Lopez - Souvenir Song Dr. Paul Guiding Light Ride the Range 2 00 Dixieland Matinee Music You Want Hymns of All Churches Mary M. McBrlde A 15 Dixieland Mat. - News Music You Want Perry Mason Mary M. McBride 30 Bob Ray Show Eddie Lambert Nora Drake Family Circle Mm 45 Boh Ray Show - News Eddie Lambert-News Brighter Day Family Circle 3 00 Bob Ray Show Eddie Lambert Hilltop House Family Circle g 15 Boh Ray Show - News Eddie Lambert House Parly F. Circle-Woman's World 30 Bob Ray Show Eddie Lambert House Party Mary Marlln V 45 Bob Ray Show Eddie Lambert Meet the Band Romance E. Winters 4 00 Barrv Wood Show News-Eddie Lambert Winner Take All Land of the Free m 15 Bob Ray Show Eddie Lambert Winner Take All Match Time H 30 Bob Ray Show Lorenzo Jones WJNO News Big Jon & Sparkle X 45 Bob Ray Show - News The Woman in My House A Train Big Jon & Sparkle 5 00 Sgt. Preston of Yukon News-Eddie Lambert A Train Vincent Lopez mm 15 Sgt. Preston of Yukon Eddie Lambert A Tratn Sleepy Joe k 30 Sky King Eddie Lambert A Train Fun Factory ; ml 45 Klng-Tex Fletcher Dixie Blue A Train Fun Factory - Posture 6 00 News World News Newscast Journal of the Air g 15 Sports Calendar Local News - Sports Fish-N-Tackle - Sports Weather - Sports,-Stocks 1 30 Spoi ls - Fla. Art Barbershop Harmonies Sports, Local News Dinner Music U 45 Fla. Art - Slars Sir; Guy Lomhatdo Lowell Thomas Do You Remember 7 00 Fulton Lewis Bob and Ray Army & Air Force Band News Headlines mm 15 Let'sGo Fishing Btng Crosoy Land of the Free Elmer Davis 30 Gabriel Hcatter News of the World Cluh 15 Mayor M. C. Baker f 45 Mutual Newsreel One Man'i Family E. R. Muixow P-G-Mel-O-Dee 8. 00 Voices and Strings Tales of Texas Rangers FBI In Peace And War . Defense Attorney 15 Dancetime-Hardy FamilyTales of Texas Rangers FBI In Peace And War Defense Attorne'v O 30 Haidv Family Mr. Keen Hallmark Playhouse Senator Smathers fi 45 Hardv Family -News Mi'. Keen Hallmark Playhouse Senator Smathers NO. 271 IN COI'RT OF THE COI'NTY JI'DGEI IN AND FOR PALM BEACH COI N- TY, STATE OF FLORIDA. IN PRO BATE. NO. i08. IN RE ESTATE OF MARTHA E. POPE, Deceased. TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS HAYIMi CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: , You and each of you arp hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you. may have against the estate of Martha E. Pope, deceased, late of said County, to the County Judge of Palm Beach County, Florida, at his office ln! the court house of said County at West Palm Beach. Florida,, within eight calendar months from the time of the first publication of this notice. Each claim or demand shall ne in writing. and shall state 1he place of residence and post office address of the claimant, and shall be sworn to by the claimant, his agent, or his attorney, and any such claim or demand not so filed shall be void. LEON M. POPE As administrator of the Estate of j MARTHA E. POPE, deceased. GEDNEY, JOHNSTON & LILIENTHAL By Harry A. Johnston Attorneys for Administrator P. O. Box 48 701. Harvey Building West Palm Beach. Fla. First publication; November 8, 15, 22, 29, 1951. 00 Count of Monto Cristo Dragnet 15 Count of Monte Cristo Dragnet 30 Reporters Roundup Counterspy 45 Reporters Roundup Counterspy Inspector Hearthstone inspector Hearthstone Operation Underground Operation Underground Amateur Hour Amateur Hour Amateur Hour Hawaiian Harmonies 9 00 Blue Dreamer 15 Blue Dreamer ,30 Blue Dreamer 45 Blue Dreamer - Sports Your Hit Parade Your Hit Parade Al Goodman Show Al Goodman Show The Line Up The Line Up Beulah Jack Smith Music Hall Varietlet Music Hall Varieties Treasury Band Foreign Reporter 10 11 12 00 News - Blue Dreamer 15 Blue Dreamer 30 Bob Ray Show 45 Bob Ray Show - News News - Local - Sports Night Watchman Korean Thanksgiving Korean Thanksgiving CBS News CBS Orchesl ra CBS Orchestra CBS Orchestra ABC Late News Sports Report Drifting k Dreaming Drifting & Dreaming 11 00 Bob Ray Show 15 Bob Ray Show 30 Boh Ray Show 45 Bob Ray Show NBC News CBS News Sign Off 12 The above Droerams are furnished by the radio stations, any prosram changes The Post-Times is not responsible lor XO. 251 IN THE COI'NTY .M'OfiE'S COI'RT IN AND FOR 1'AI.U BEACH COUNTY. FLORIDA. XO. 0147. In the Mailer ot the Estate of ROBERT NKFF ADDAMS, Deceased. .NOTICE TO CREDITORS All creditors of the estate of Robert Neff Addams. deceased, are hereby notified and required to file any claims or demands which thev may have against said estate In the ofllce of the County Judge of Palm Beach County. r londa. - in the courthouse at W est Palm Beach. Florida, within eight cal endar months from the date of the first publication of this notice. Each claim or demand must be In writing and must state the place of residence and post- ottice address of the claimant and must be sworn to by the claimant, his age'nt. or his attorney, or it will become void according to law. October 30. 1951. ANNA KING ADDAMS. Executrix of the F.slate of Robert. Neff Addams. Deceased. WINTERS, KOSKETT, COOK & TYLANDER. Attorneys for Executrix- P. O. Box 311. Harvey Building "est Palm Bench. Florida Publish; November 1, 8, 13, & 22, 1951. 1 , . . l'l Ml 'II III I I 1 I I " l 1 11 , I ' MM! 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