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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 22

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22 Palm Beach Post, Friday, November 1, 1968 Delray Council OKs Building Of Complex Juror's Illness Forces Delay In Banking Case suffering from a throat infection. Presiding Judge William Carter White immediately ordered the case recessed until Monday at 9 a.m. Thursday morning had been taken up with closing arguments by defense counsel James Daly who was to have been followed by closing arguments from Asst. County Solicitor David Bludworth, prosecuting. tract be authorized without delay. The vote was unanimous. City hall observers later credited Dunbar' eleventh hour suggestion of a referendum with assuring the almost immediate passage for the new contract. Gatchel said Thursday that James Gamble Rogers, Winter Park architect, will be here Monday afternoon for the signing of the construction contract with Hays & Robinson Construction Co. of Boynton Beach. ADVEHTlfrKMKNT HOW TO CONTROL YOUR AGING Testimony in the trial was concluded on Wednesday. During the trial, eight migrant laborers testified they had deposited money with Hill over a period of time and on request It was not returned. Hill, in his own defense, admitted some money had not been returned, but said this was due to a large money shortage the result of a theft. He denied ever having made an effort to "hide anything from anybody." Hill said the migrants trusted him because they considered him "the leading business man in the community." In earlier testimony, his wife, Kathryn, who is seeking a divorce, testified that Hill disliked the migrants and "took advantage of them." She said when a money shortage became apparent, her husband blamed her. n ii ' .- r Mi-is DELRAY BEACH A jubilant David Galchel made plans Thursday for a contract signing next Monday afternoon. City Manager Gatchel received city council approval late Wednesday night for the awarding of a construction contract for the long-sought law enforcement complex. The matter came under the heading of "miscellaneous" business, and had not been listed among the items of upcoming business on the agenda for the regular meeting. After Gatchel pointed out that council-authorized negotiations had trimmed $110,000 from the low construction bid, the council learned that the "new adjusted" total figure for construction of the law enforcement complex would be $467,240.53. Watson Dunbar of the Beach Property Owners Assn. urged that the council members put the matter of the law enforcement complex's construction to a referendum vote because the cost was higher than early estimates of $400, 000. With the hour growing late, Councilman LeRoy Merritt, who has long endorsed the city's need for an end to tne "blight" of the present police station, moved that the con " - A Deliberations by a six-member jury in Palm Beach County Magistrate Court Thursday on 11 violations of the banking code charged against a Boyn-ton Beach man were unexpectedly delayed until Monday when one of the Jurors became ill. The case against Harry Hill, 60, of Hillville Road, was to have gone to the jury Thursday afternoon, but juror Fred Schlitt of Lake Park was forced to leave the courtroom "VOTE FOR FRIDAY TUESDAY, NOV. 5" RE-ELECT FRIDAY Palm Beach County's Senior and Florida's 4th Ranking Senator ELMER 0. FRIDAY! PO POL AOV DtMOl.tT - OlftT 34 Slat) Photo By Ursula Seemann was one of the many curious car shoppers who visited the Downtown Automobile Display Thursday on Clematis Street. Fourteen area car dealers are displaying 1969 models through Saturday. THINK SHE'LL BUY IT? Two car salesmen are apparently mulling over the possibility that Trisha Laitiner will fall in love with this 1969 Ford LTD and take it home as a Halloween present. Miss Laitiner Fund Grows To Aid Man Get Kidney Transplant Get the latest facts about hearing loss, physical slowdown and how to retard them. How Fast Are You Aging? gives useful hints about diet, daily routine, improving your outlook. One of 39 articles and features in the November Reader's Digest. Pick up your copy today. READER'S DIGEST REPU1LICAN i:j:iij:hsm McGEHEE OPPONENT O Yrs. None 5 Yrs. None 2 Yrs. None 15 Yrs. NONE TAX COLLECTORS ASSISTANT TAX ASSESSORS OFFICE LAKE WORTH TAX COLLECTORS OFFICE TOTAL at J.M. Fields, North Palm Beach, $10.00; C. B. Naramore Jr., Southport, Conn., $5.00; Mrs. Clifford L. Dunbar, $10.00; anonymous, $1.00; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C. Brown, Riviera Beach, $10.00; Vlnce and Marge Jennings, North Palm Beach, $20.00; Mrs. H. G. Hardwlck Sr., Vote for fhe QMUHED CAHDMltl CFJ ir ril.lFUCC For PALM BEACH COUNTY t. Ernie filcGEHEC tax collector Site Job Begins Golf Course CUSTOM MADE DRAPERY this hi:i:ks si-ici i. 7C(f AO J M0', U West Palm Beach, $2.00; Mrs. Josephine Backley, Riviera Beach, $5.00; St. Vincent de Paul Society of St. Francis of Assisi Church, Riviera Beach, $100.00; Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Harding, Riviera Beach, $10.00; VFW Post 4143 and ladies' auxiliary, Riviera Beach, $200.00. housing facilities, Nichols said. Nichols did not announce the cost of the project but indicated millions of dollars would be spent. REID TAX ASSESSOR Is Fined $165 On Six Counts Joseph Karl Flake, 27, of 980 Hemlock Road, was fined a total of $165 in West Palm Beach Municipal Court Thursday after he pleaded guilty to three counts of driving without a license, two counts of failure to appear in court and one count of driving over a double yellow line. In other court action Thursday, Ernest Troesch, 72, of 828 W. Lakewood Road, failed to appear in court to answer a charge of shoplifting a package of scalloplni sauce and three bags of carraway seeds valued at 84 cents. Because of his failure to ap pear, Judge Beatrice Fltterei ordered Troesch's $50 cash bond forfeited. Troesch was arrested about 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Pu-blix Super Market in the Southdale shopping center. HAVE OUR DECORATOR-TRAINED REPRESENTATIVE BRING SAMPLES TO YOUR HOME. DRAW DRAPES ADD 50' FOR FINDING PER PANEL 215 CLEMATIS STREET DOWNTOWN. West Palm Beach Phone 833-3443 or 833-7000 YOU U85 PER YARD JASMINE PUBESCENS Reg. 1.10 Gal. Can NlimrUKUM GAL CAN REG. 1.00 SWEET VIBURNUM 1000's Of EXOTIC t.ABI . I iriuriiHi JUPITER Land-clearing has already begun on the site of an 18-hole golf course, part of a 90-acre parcel of land to also feature a development of condominium apartments and villas. The area, which has been patterned as a "mini-Lost Tree Village," is to be located on 90 acres near the ocean just south of the Jupiter Inlet off Jupiter Beach Road, Mayor Robert Nichols announced Thursday. Construction of the golf course is expected to begin in January or February when architectural plans have been completed. The Jupiter town commission must first, however, rezone the section to R-2A to allow construction of the Scottish Rite Meet Set In LW LAKE WORTH The 97th semi-annual reunion of the Lake Worth Scottish Rite Masonic Bodies will be held in the new Scottish Rite Temple, 2000 N. D St., Lake Worth, over two weekends, Nov. 2-3 and Nov. 9-10, according to M. V. Thoma-son, West Palm Beach, general secretary. William A. Horejs, Lake Worth, director of degree work, said that during the four days the 4th and 32nd degrees, inclusive, will be either conferred or communicated to a class of candidates coming from several areas of South Florida. Ceremonies will begin at 10:50 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, with degree work continuing throughout that day and Sunday, Nov. 3, this first section of the reunion concluding with the 22nd degree and election of class officers. The second section of the event will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, with the 23rd degree, and will continue through that day and Sunday, Nov. 10. The reunion will close that day with the conferring of the 32nd degree, Horejs said. On both Sundays of the reunion recesses will be taken so that the Masons may attend religious services. Lunches . and suppers for the class, degree workers and visitors will be served in the temple social hall, Thomason said. Quits Hospital WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. Robert T. Ashmore, D-S.C., left for his home In Greenville, S.C., Thursday after a check-up at Walter Reed Army Hospital where he has been treated for hepatitis. Aides said physicians gave Ashmore a clean bill of health. He has been an out-patient after being In the hospital for many weeks. ALWAYS GIT EA 7C 7C( . loo;s LQ m C A MOtl Z .io. l 79 no ,,T SUKDAY off Military Trail on Summit Blvd. , TO CHOOSE VJ NURSERY F0 PH. 683-1754 1 Ml. South of Southom Blvd., INCLUDING LABOR FABRIC & LABOR INCLUDED. CUSTOM TAILORED IN OUR OWN DRAPERY WORK ROOM FABULOUS SELECTION OF SELF LINED FABRICS 30 COLORS LUXURY ANTIQUE SATIN LINEN TEXTURED FABRICS 25 SCREEN PRINTS REGULARLY TO J3.95 FOR FABRIC ALONE. 85" to 117" LONG DRAPERIES. ALSO, VINYL INSULATED FABRICS ON SALE INCLUDED IN OUR $1.85 SALE. Extra special dacron and An-Iron ihten. With Labor Included. 1 WEEK DELIVERY Now, Golden Checkbooks. "Draperies too MAC 1 RIVIERA BEACH - The Edmund Woods Jr. Trust Fund at the First Marine Bank & Trust Co. is steadily growing as more and more Palm Beach Countlans and others realize the plight of 21-year-old Edmund, who must undergo a high-risk and very expensive kidney transplant in a month and a half. The total contributions collected to this date through the efforts of Veteran's of Foreign Wars Post 4143 and the ladles' auxiliary amount to $1,654.81. The most recent boost to the fund came from the Post 4143 "Games Night," held over a week ago at the post home, 2404 Broadway, Riviera Beach. A check for $200 was presented to Sen. Jerry Thomas, a director of First Marine, at the post home Thursday night. Saturday, volunteers from the north county area are going to band together in an attempt to raise further support for the campaign. Volunteer children are to travel house to house in Riviera Beach to ask for donations and VFW members will man traffic corners to solicit donations from motorists. Residents and motorists will be asked to support t his cause. Previously listed contributions have totalled $1,209.81. Donors since that time are as follows: Roy Brenner, Riviera Beach, $15.00; Terry Cart-wright, Riviera Beach, $10.00; Thomas O. 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