The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 11, 1976 · Page 13
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 13

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I f I Palm Beach Post-Timea, Saturday, December 11, 1976 A13 Woman Shot in Robbery Attempt CHURCH OF GOD OF BOYNTON BEACH 202 NE 1 1th AVE. ihdqtb, cleyeuno. tend MORNING SPEAKER REV. JACK WILLIAMS AFTERNOON SPEAKER 3:00 PM REV. S. BANKS CHAIRMAN C. ADDERLEY PASTOR: CO-CHAIRMAN B. SMITH REV. N. ROBINSON State News garet Gurganious, 31, a desk clerk at the Holiday Inn along 1-95 west of St. Augustine and the divorced mother of three small children, one of them a pupil at the state school for the deaf. Three young men from Ocilla, Ga., were being held by Volusia From Post Wire Servkts ST. AUGUSTINE - A young mother of three was shot to death early yesterday in an apparent motel robbery attempt. Three young men arrested after a similar robbery try 50 miles away are being questioned about the slaying. Deputies said the victim was Mar ST. ANDREW'S LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: THIS IS YOUR INVITATION TO Christian Businessmen's Fellowship (Episcopal) So. County Rd.Barton Ave. Palm Beach 8 AM Holy Communion Homily 9 AM Family Strvko Homily 11AM MORNING PRAYER Ml" SERMON 5 minutct from 1-95 Eiitt t l4vdr and Okewcnab Come And fie One Of Us SINGER ISLAND Christian Church DiKipIn of (hiitt) 10:30 AM SUNDAY at tho HiltM Inn SPECIAL DR. GRAVES PREACHING wuu BANQUET TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 9625 Military Trail, Palm Bxh Garden R. Earl Rabb, Pastor MORNING WORSHIP - 8:45 - 10:45 REJOICE: "JOY IS AN INSIDE JOB" WITH ORAL ROBERTS December 17, 7:00 P.M. Breakers Hotel, Palm Beach, Fla. Tickets $25.00 by Reservation Only Call: 659-6060 FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH FLORIDA AT HIBISCUS Woit Palm B.ach John M. Fletcher -Ministers- David J. Knapp 9:00 i 11:00 "HELP IS ON THE WAY!" 7:00 PM SPECIAL CHRISTMAS MUSICAL BY YOUTH & BELL CHOIRS PAI.M SPKIX.S KEFOKMt:i llll Kl ll 153 Henthorn Drivo Palm Springs, Fla. 10:00 AM "WHO IS JESUS?" DR. PAUL W. SWETS, PASTOR NURSERY OPEN 7:00 PM CHRISTMAS CHOIR CONCIRT Christian Businessmen's Fellowship Suite 206, 711 N. Dixie West Palm Beach, Fla. 33401 County authorities at Daytona Beach. The three were identified as Harold Sneed, 26; Anthony Cobb, 18, and Daniel Fowler, 21, all of Ocilla. Police said they were being questioned about the St. Augustine shooting by St. John's County sheriffs deputies. The three were arrested at Daytona Beach following a robbery of a Holiday Inn about an hour after the St. Augustine shooting. Volusia sheriffs police said the trio had several hundred dollars and a .22-caliber revolver in their possession when apprehended. Coast Guard Seeks Missing Boat, Crew MIAMI - The Coast Guard launched an airborne search yesterday for three Texas men overdue aboard a 33-foot sailboat on a trip from Galveston to Marsh Harbor in the Bahamas. The Coast Guard said the custom-built ketch Tumbleweed departed Galveston Nov. 27, but failed to make a scheduled stop in Key West Dec. 5. The three men aboard the gaff-rig boat were identified as owner J. Fred Bucy, 28, and crewmen Carl O'Dell, 28, and John Griffin, 28, all of Dallas. The Coast Guard said the Tumbleweed carried two rubber boats and provisions for 30-40 days. Two Coast Guard amphibians from Miami and a C130 from St. Petersburg were searching for the Tumble-weed in the Gulf of Mexico from Key West out 120 miles. Blinded Escapee Gets One-Month Sentence JACKSONVILLE - A young man who was blinded by a police bullet after he escaped from a correctional institution was sentenced to one montn in jail yesterday. "You have a criminal record which I would say is serious," Circuit Court Judge Susan Black told Charles Edward Fields, 23. "At the same time, if the purpose of incarceration is punishment and as a deterrent, you probably have suffered in that area enough." Fields escaped from the Imeson Correctional Facility in Jacksonville Aug. 21. He was wounded in a scuffle with police when they arrested him at his mother's home, police said. State Workers Pick Bargaining Agent TALLAHASSEE - The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employes (AFSCME) yesterday was chosen as collective bargaining agent for 15,000 state employes, including prison guards. AFSCME got 7,754 votes in balloting conducted during the past two weeks by the Public Employes Relations Commission. There were 774 votes against unionization. AFSCME was the only union on the ballot. The "Human Services" unit, the largest to be organized under the 1974 law giving public employes union rights, includes workers in the Departments of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Offender Rehabilitation and Commerce. The two largest classes of workers are prison guards and mental hospital employes. Agency Urges Hike In License Fees LAKESIDE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. WORSHIP 8:30 & 11:00 A.M. "YES. CHRISTMAS IS REAL - AXD HERE IS WHY!" WeMYouA SERMON By H. L OGOfN Joyous lbliday Season CHRISTMAS VESPERS FOUR CHOIRS AND THE GIRL'S ENSEMBLE 6 30 P M uoi so. rticifff asm. wist palm tiACH. flA. Jm j For the Princess at your house . . . By Her Majesty 1 Vv iQM ft ; Hi " . is I YOUTH RALLY SATURDAY - 7:00 P.M. BARTON ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH 1509 BARTON ROAD, LAKE WORTH IIMMIF I1AVI.Q w. Mno.il. w W , ,iNNH SMflSfl, MS10I (FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR OF BOYS JIM CLUB OF AMERICA) SUNDAY SERVICES - 10:45 A.M. & 7 P.M. WITH SPECIAL YOUTH EMPHASIS Dazzle your daughter on Christmas Morn with the loveliest sleepwear she's ever seen. This collodion by Her Majesty is yours at fountain's ... and is all in flame resistant fabrics. The peignoir set is in 100 nylon and comes in beige, pink, blue and yellow. Gowns and pajamas feature 100 nylon in a soft brushed finish ... in white, beige, yellow, pink and blue. The 100 nylon quilted robe is in blue, pink or yellow. Sorry, not avoiloblo at Twin City Mall ttort. HEAR rn irunnAKi ctdaiicc NATIONALLY KNOWN rm i! - GOWNS SIZES 4 6X $8 714 $9 ROBES SIZES 4 6X $13 7 14 $16 PEIGNOIR SET SIZES 4 6X $14 7-14 $16 PAJAMAS SIZES 4 6X $9 7-14 $10 Oi LEHMAN STIAUSS AUTHOR RADIO BIBLE TEACHER PASTOR AND CONFERENCE SPEAKER CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2390 SOUTH MILITARY TRAIL, VY.P.B. THIS SUNDAY AT 11:00 A.M. & 7:00 P.M. SPACIOUS 1,000 SEAT AUDITORIUM PHILIP C. HOUSEMAN, PASTOR 6 lj ' lite! toe the fashion side ot your VV m p. FREE GIFT WRAPPING ON ITEMS PRICED AT $4 OR MORE! Mi TALLAHASSEE - The Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission proposed yesterday a $3 increase in hunting license fees and $2 hike for fishing licenses. The new fees would net the financially-troubled game commission an extra $1.8 million in revenues. Gov. Reubin Askew said he probably will recommend the increases to the OPEN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY LAKE WORTH M TWIN CITY MALI 10-9:30 PAIM BEACH MALI 1010 0 BOYNTON BEACH 9-9 ' i , - 1 THE ROYAL POINCIANA CHAPEL 60 COCOANUT ROW PALM BEACH 10:30 A.M. DR. S.M. LINDSAY WILL PREACH w America's Minister By Mail IN PERSON! COMING TO nhrictinn Sninnnn Snrvinn fBBSl3BE- . 'Mi.'. TT WEST PALM BEACH This Tuesday Evening FIRST CHURCH West Palm Beach Flagler Drivt at Okaochob Blvd. SUNDAY MORNING 10:30 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL - 10:30 A.M. WEDNESDAY TESTIMONY MEETING 8:00 P M. READING ROOM - 209 S. NARCISSUS 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P M. Mon. thru Sat. Wd. & Fri. vning to 7:30 2:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. Sunday FIRST CHURCH North Palm Deach 101 Catlewood Stroot SUNDAY MORNING 10:00 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL - 10:00 A.M. WEDNESDAY TESTIMONY MEETING 8:00 P.M. READING ROOM 1435 10TH ST. TRI-CITIES PLAZA, LAKE PARK 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Mon. thru Sat. f SOCIETY JupiterTequestaj People from all walks of life are telling how they are receiving miraculous healings, tremendous financial blessings, closer walks with the Lord, greater success and most of all... HAPPINESS, in these blessing services with the Prayer Family & Rev. Al! M MUory q. ., ltiMit 8:00 P.M. Doors Open At 7:00 P.M. FREE ADMISSION West Palm Beach Auditorium 1610 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. SUNDAY MORNING CHURCH AND SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 A.M. WEDNESDAY TESTIMONY MEETING 8:00 P.M. READING ROOM 11:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Mon. thru Sat. Lake Worth .FIRST CHURCH 1 1 UktiM DrWt ot 1 0th At. North Sunday Morning-1 1:00 A.M. Sunday School-11: 00 A.M. Wodnotday Toitimony Mooting -8:00 P.M. loading Room 608 lucorno Avonuo, lako Worth 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Mon. thru Sat. Sponsored By: UnitedtFaitfl I FOUNDATION FRESNO, CALIFORNIA 93761 HEAR REV. AL MONDAY THRU FRIDAY DIAL 900, W.S.W.N. 7:30 A.M. THE LESSON SEIM0N THIS SUNDAY IS . . . "GOD THE PRESERVER OF MAM"

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