The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 9, 1976 · Page 48
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 48

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C6 Palm Beach Post, Thursday, December 9, 1976 Get a Haircut, Provide Some Cheer Empty Stocking Fund Hair stylists at the Style Masters of Lantana Beauty Salon will be cutting hair to help the needy this Sunday during a 24-hour cut-a-thon for the Empty Stocking Fund. Seven operators will work from 9 a.m. Sunday to 9 a.m. Monday styling hair for below half-price of the usual charge. For $7, hair will be washed, styled and blown dry. Style Masters is located at 206 N. Dixie Highway, Lantana, next to the Bit of Nostalgia restaurant-lounge. Cash donations, providing food and toys for a needy family's Christmas, may be sent to: The Empty Stocking Fund, P.O. Box 789, West Palm Beach, Fla., 33402. In Honor of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Richards, 25; John F. Dini, I John G. Cogoan, 3; Edward A. Brodien, 3; Helen H. Cawley, 5; Alfred C. Nispel, James R. Gray, Z Mary H. Dull, 5; Herman M. Weinstein, 5; Henry E Bowes, 20; Howard Major, 100; Mr. and Mrv Earl Chamberlain, 15; Mr. and Mrv H E Ottens, 10; Howard Geyer, 10; Glen W. Marsh, 5; Mrv Ethelyn Dahl, 5; William Weigl, 5; Robert R. Stafford, 10; Anthony J. Palmer, 1; Carl Holm, 25; Kenneth Burkhalter, 25; James Kirkwood, 100; Helen W. Georgia, 5; F.C Vanwormer, 5; Roy E Hunter, 2.50; Roy E Hunter Jr., 2.50; Mrv Kenneth J. Temple, 2; J.E Stromenger, 10; Herschel A. Donaldson, 5; Gleen D. Stough, 5; Philip Richards, 5; John R. Ramsay, 5; Frank J. Hert, 1; Earl H. Mellenbrook, I Kathleen S. Stephens, 10; George S. Nielsen, 5; Donald E Puffer, 5; Joseph H. Mitchell, 10; Mrv Joseph Ellis, 5; Sarah C. Sen-cindiver, 10, Robert N. Reeves, 10; Walter T. Jackson, 5; Joseph W. Fox, 5; Ted Snyder, 5, Mrv CJ. Quinn, 10; Marie B. Gaudi, 2; Francis R. Sagle, 3; Morell Marean, 5; John P. Holmes, 10, Marie Tone Gustafson, 5; E Kreu-zer, 5; Mrs. Herbert Barnhardt, 10; John A. Rooney, 10; Walter A. Mayton, 5; John A. Amberg, 5; Richard L. Camp, 10; Alfred W Brickman, 15; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gumbart, 15; Norma W. Beggs, 5; Bloods Hammock Groves, 10; Ivan L. Snoll, 5; Mrs. Alfred Millbank, 8; W.H Webb. 2; George Alden, 5; Martha Telep, 10; John J Bricker, 35; John M. Neustaedter, 10; C W Sheafer, 50; Edwin G. Leisman, 2; F. Miller, 5; Eleanor L. Livingston, 2; A E. Foreman, 10; Albert E. Peterson, 10; Joseph Yoller Jr., 10; Gilbert Gardner, S.Charles E. Bode, 3; Mrs. J.H. Lehr, 10; Richard Carlson, 4; Fred J. Dawson, I; Curtis H. Rich, 3; Arch Mahaffee, 10; Ben A. Thirkield, 2, Mrs. Ben C. Stewart, 20; Edmund G. Brewer, 10; Stuart Young. 10; Phi Sigma Alpha, 10; George F. Eifler, 1; George L. Bleltiz, 5; Royden W. Behmer, 25, Cora H. Harmon, 5; W W. White, 5; A E. Anderson, 20; Manuel Perez, 3, Joseph Gioiella, I; Amy Bull, 5; Howard L. Mumford, 10; Alberto Simmons, 2; Constance Dunham, 2; Leslie C. Bruce, 10; J.C. Lee, 1; Walter Jones, 2; Mrs. Louis G. Flachbarth, 5; E B De Rochemont, 2; Dennis Folds, 10, W F. Sax, 5, Charles R. Herrick, 2; Arlene H. Ruggles, 15, Francis L. Bresson, 10; Mrs. S.G. Trownsell, 2, Edmond A. Tower Sr., 5; Anonymous, 5; In Memory of Lee A Rhodenizer, 10, Mrs L L Hudgins, 2; Donald D. Bradley, 25; Dr. Jerome W, Craft, 10; Joseph E. Macaleer, 5; Hans Kramer, 1; A.J. Williams, 5; Julian N. Lopez, 5; David H. Smith, 10; Martha Roias, 2; Henry W Cooper, 5; Donald Fraser, 10; Mrs Merle Fish, 5; R. Conard, 5; Callaway Children, 10; Mary Holzer, 5; Jay E. Rader, 1, Thomas W Kyle, 5, Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Reidenbach, 5; Total I2.MS.00 Total To Data l9,M7.29 3; Mrs. Harold V. Dally, 5; Alvin Hitchcock, 4; Edward B. Livingston, 10; Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Smith, 5; Robert A. Bauer, 5; Frank G. Steinebach, 10; John B. Slocum, 5; J. L Helvenston, 25; Roy W. Heimburger, 15; Howard W. Durfee, 5; Harry C. Squires, 3; Ralph E Hurshman, 2, Samuel G. Petre, 100, Richard Fairchild, X Daniel G. Shea, 5; John E Bechtold, 15; Mrs. Earle H. Hole, 5; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Stow-ers, 15; Isabel R. Shuggars, 20, William A. Tubbs, 5; S. A. Butler, 20; Charles D. Batson, 5; Ernest F. Hutchins, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kranenberg, 10; Garland W. Palmer, 10; Mrs. K. Schenk, 2; Robert M. Bentz, 5; B. Pearson, 1; Herbert Al-lard, 100; Sidney A. Elin, 5; Robert C Insel, 2; Mr. and Mrv George Sutcllffe, 5; Marion T. Cog-gin, 10, Ruth A. Pine, 10; Ernest S. Smith, 5; C. R. Schuh, 10; Sharye Lifka, 4; Mrs. F. A. Turner, 10, James U. Lyall 10; Edwin H. Cjechowici, 10; Willard A. Gray 15; Clyde E Davisson, 5; L S. Holman, 10, George E Bennett, 5; Fred G. Vonhoorn, 1; Probes Begin Court when it upheld the death penalty statutes of Florida, Georgia and Texas last July. There are 80 men and one woman on death row in Florida prisons. Under the rules adopted yesterday, each will be considered for clemency automatically in a process lasting at least four months. Mildred Hatfield, 50; F. G. Vaughan, 15; James H. Ewing, 10; John J. Higgins Jr., I; Le-roy R. Fischer, 10; R. A. Weissenborn, 5; Alvir Ocean Apts., 10; Harold E. Hennessey, 10; Thomas E Manning, 5; Frank G. Kopf, 5; Arthur Kling, 2; E J. Aylward, 25; J. E Thatcher, 25; Estelle and Leo Bloch, 15; Robert Berentsen, 4; L C. Freeman, 10; Pamela G. Traylor, 10; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jorgensen, 25; Raymond Zompa, 10; J. W. Darsey, 50; Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Vibbert, 2; Mrv H. Wanke, 10; Mito, 5; Anonymous, 1; Mrs. S. B Higgins, 2.50; William A. Casey, 1; Hubert Tat-tersall, 1; Edson T. Bennett Sr., 2; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rogers, 10; Francis R. Lahey, 2; Lulu W. Randall, 55; Frank Barletta, 1; William W Wren, 5; Ottavio Marino, 1; Charles J. Connors, 10; James H. Barnard, 10; C. J. Morrow, 5; Edwin C. Pickard, 10; Frank J. Kuklis, 3; Edward F. Smith, 5; The Rev. Carl B. Bihldorff, 10; Charles B. Macleod, 10; Clifton W. Spencer, 5; Francis Hurley, 5; C E Ouellette, 1; Mr. and Mrv T. J. Obrien Jr., 3; w. D. Plough, 5; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeLong, 5; William Elliott, 5, Steve Csutoros, 5; Thomas F. Constable, 5; Herman Nodell, 2; Roger Nellis, 2; Charles S. Gravatt, 5, George Stanton, 5; Glen A. Sova, 5; Richard C. Greene, 5; Paul C. Smith, 15; M. Messing, 10; M. R. Brann, 10; Alfred H. Frey, 1; Robert A. Bookmyer, 10; George Worthington, 35, J.C. Wilson, 25, Henry R. Mathews, X Carl F. Strauss, 10; William Riggio, 2; William W. Scull, 10; Mrs. Ronald J. Tolford, 15; Arthur G. Mueller, 5; Joseph V. Knoll, 1; Charles K. Ward, Bram Duys, 5; Fred M. Perlberg, 5; Mr. Frank Ordos Jr., 2; The Raymond John Wean Foundation, 100; In Memory of Jeffery Daniels, 15; Edgar R. Lorah, 5; Mrv Henry Siefke, 25; Mr. and Mrs. EM. King, 2; Mrs. B.H. Welbourne, 5; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd B. Rasbach, 10, Thomas R Scheffer,25; A.B Groft, 5; James K. Demetropoulos, 5; H.I. Brigham, 3; Arthur Peterson, 10; Frances L Williams, 3; Henry R Dennis, 2; J.H. Ranahan, 25, Henry A Willard II, 1, Caroline Mcgahey, 3; Edwin M. Bulkley Jr., 25; Russell F. Walkup, 10; Stuart M. Boyd, 1; Gladys F. Raynolds, 2; Anton M. Hansen, 5; Edmund H. Moore, 5; Henry J. Fischer, 2, Franklin G. Martin, 5; Mrs. Ralph Young, 5, Dennis C. Murphy, 2; David W. Hitchcock, 5, Ernest M. Johnson, 5; Adaline Stuckey, 5; A.I. Lillis, 2; John Boland, 1; Stephen Biloqan, 1, Ray V. Hendrickson, 2; I I.- J bus" L ! 1 i : . J I r,rv -V .- I'cr""""? " v ' I ; -" h iL,-,.- I f , v " v ' r, - . 4,r-r- I V I iOD (BSBQ WEST PALM BEACH 842-6000 BOCA RATON 391-6380 STUART 286-1900 BELLE GLADE 996-0900 FT. PIERCE 465-7970 VERO BEACH 569-4141 What you hear may change your life! HOURS! MON. thru SAT. 10 A.M. TO 10 P.M. SUN. 11 A.M. TO 7 P.M. Sun. 12 Koon to 5 p.m Prices Ef fectfve lllfll December 1 1 til Tf x4wk4, -jili. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SHOPPING Key Wei Hour, Sal. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. (9 flail jama 41 Your h ' artit 5r I n . . Sears A Hie I Jus Slops lloro Luxurious Recliner At 30 to $40 Savings For Easy Gifting! Taffaine Thompson, 14, of West Palm Beach, bundles up against the cold and rain while awaiting a transit bus. Prepared for some showers, he still manages to brave a slight drizzle at the bus stop. PRICE CUT s40 lib -1 . r ii i t Goodwill Plans Expansion Of Building in WPB Clemency Of Six To By MARTHA MUSGROVE Post Tallahassee Bureau TALLAHASSEE - The state's first executions may be carried out in April following adoption yesterday of rules by the state Cabinet. Gov. Reubin Askew said he will ask the Parole and Probation Commission today to begin clemency investigations of six men whose death sentences have been affirmed by the U.S. Supreme Court. The six include Learie Leo Alford, 31, of West Palm Beach, convicted of raping and killing a 13-year-old girl abducted from a bus stop. Last Friday Circuit Judge Marvin Mounts closed the apparent last legal door of Alford's execution, denying the man's plea to reduce his sentence. Others whose convictions have been affirmed are: Gary Eldon Alvord, of Tampa, convicted of strangling a Tampa woman. Clifford Hallman, 26, convicted of fatally slashing the throat of Tampa barmaid with a broken glass. John A. Spinkellink, 27, convicted of killing another man in a Tallahassee hotel room. Robert Sullivan, 29, convicted of abducting and killing the assistant manager of the motel where he had once worked during the course of a robbery. Charles W. Proffitt, 32, convicted of the stabbing death of a high school wrestling coach while burglarizing the man's apartment. Proffitt' s case was one of three considered by the U.S. Supreme Beautiful Decorator Tables 1 Woodbrook Traditional Itepi.lnr I .).).- Co ktnil K.l)l.-.ll).!ta Itegular SI2().9.r Fnd table 99.88 Krfiiilar $139.9.) Lamp table.... 109.88 Has beveled smoke glass top. Solid oak. Country Oak Colonial Itegular SI 49.95 Coffee table... 1 19.88 Itegular 11.19.95 Kiwi table 99.88 Itegular $ I 19.95 Ilex romnioile. I 19.88 Features look of heavy door framing. Open Hearth Colonial Itegular $ 19.95 Cwklail table. I 19.88 Itegular 139.95 l amp table 99.88 Itegular SH9.95 Sofa table 139.88 Itegular $149.95 Ilex romnuxle. 129.88 Itegular $139.95 Knd table 109.88 Mode of solid white pine and veneers. I 1 9 , fc? CUIIM RIDGE COfllCllfl IIMIM 4M3MI ?5J WW 44113U MIAMI 3!)5ll Vt lOiO Sears IUM. HnrH 1 i - i i . . & Attractive styling Button Deluxe Wall-Hugger Recliner Covered in Rich Herculon Olefin or Vinyl Kt'pilar l&T-TT'O .!.ll-.l"J-.533k S wvivtvu -. ivy -mim&m iiati pnoto By George wedding pair, bookkeeping, clerical and plant maintenance work. The expanded facilities also would allow Goodwill to have daily delivery of merchandise to chain stores. This Christmas, yivu i in i something he really wants -a HOMEUTE chain saw. On "TC7 AH"""" ' The Homelite factory representative will be here Dec, 11th from 10-5 to demonstrate and asnwer questions about Homelite Chain Saws, I SMITTY'S I SERVICE SHOP I 3461 Military Trl. Lake Worth Un 965-11 8 W i WAII..li(;(,lltMi:ATlltK J! lets you place any of these If J j recliners 3 inches from woll It-JN , rr5J H -Cp-Vx and .1,11 recline hJ ' J X 15988 What comfort! Big, squashy burton-tufted cushion stuffed with lots of thick padding. With .luxurious 3 position seating plus an adjustable headrest. Available in Indian brick dark olefin or leathersoft vinyl. So relax and give the whole family a great gift and save! Use Sears Easy Payment Plan s30 OFF! Olefin -Covered Swivel Wall Hugger Hecliner 23988 Itegular $269.95 This 3-way Wall-Hugger recliner gives you styling and comfort. Has a thick 5-inch cushion. Covered in 100 olefin. Hurry to Sears and save! Goodwill Industries, which has a chain of thrift stores from Fort Pierce to Delray Beach, will have its largest retail outlet in West Palm Beach following approval of a $107,-(100 loan yesterday. According to Goodwill President John F. Flannigan. the loan from the Small Business Administration will be used to pay off an existing mortgage on property owned by Goodwill and to expand the building at 424 Park Place to twice its present size. The expanded outlet will have more than 6,000 square feet and an adjoining cafeteria. By converting the present structure, Goudwill officials hope to be able to train handicapped workers in sales management, which will include marketing and merchandising of items sold alter recycling. The rehabilitation center has been training handicapped men and women in areas of dry cleaning, laundry, pressing, furniture repair, spray painting, small appliance repair, radio and television repair, shoe re- State To Hold Money Taken During Arrest More than $80,000 seized from a California man arrested Monday afternoon will not be turned over to the Internal Revenue Service, a Palm Beach County Circuit Court judge ordered yesterday. The money was seized from Denis Victor Tucek of San Diego, who was stopped by a Florida Highway Patrol trooper for a traffic infraction on I-9f near Atlantic Avenue in Del-ray Beach. Tucek claims Assistant State Atty. Jack Scarola informed the IRS about the $84,000. Judge Culver Smith said the State Attorney's Office would keep the money until further notice. Tucek was stopped for reckless driving and attempting to elude a police officer. After a search of his car trunk, during which the money was seized, Tucek also was charged with possession of less than 5 grams of marijuana. The money, in a laige package, was retained by police after Tucek was booked and subsequently released on bond. u , - THOM SMITH $30 OFF! Contemporary 2-Way Wall-1 lugger Hecliner $30OFF! ,'J-Way Hecliner In Soft Brown Vinyl 20988 Itegular $239.95 Sink into lounging comfort in this recliner of glove-soft brown vinyl with over-sized welting. Wall-Hugger. 998 Itegular $129.95 recliner features transitional in a combination fabric supported vinyl and olefin tweed cover. tufted, in brown. $249.95; 3-way recliner in falirie.. 2 19.88 NORTHSIOt WIStlAND MU H0UVW000 MtLl FT LAUDfROAK 6?I?1 I?) ttOO 11)1711 H3 4000 IM-IIM 5M7I0D MJ -tm Sll j Foi Easy. Convenient 24 Hour, 7 Dy Cttilog Shopping Call POMPANO W PALM IfACH N PALM Bf ACH KEY WEST HI MOO II !" 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