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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 25

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Palm Beach Post, Friday, November 1, 196825 Deaths And Funerals Federal Aid Called 'Political Hogwash' u i l 1 1 : v 1 I Data from U.S. WIATHM tUKAU - fSSA Figure Show High Temperature Expected For Daytime Friday Isolated Frecipitatiea Net will be generally fair to throughout the remainder the nation. MRS. SARAH E. STEFFY Mrs. Sarah E. Steffy, 85, of 4442 Anna Lane. West Palm Beach, died Thursday. Survivors Include two daughters, Mrs. Frances Fo-garty of West Palm Beach and Mrs. Sarah Gassman of Rochester, N.Y.; one grandchild and four great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Tillman Funeral Home. TRACKER BELL BAKER BOYNTON BEACH Thacker Bell Baker. 78, of 123 NE 11th Ave., died Thursday. Survivors Include three daughters, Mrs. Ethel Rafeek and Mrs. Tommle Norfus, both of Boynton Beach, and Mrs. Beatrice Baker of Belle Glade. Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Boynton Beach Memorial Park with Stevens Brothers Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Friends may call from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. WILLIAM L. HUTCHESON LAKE WORTH William L. Hutcheson, 73, of 514 N.O St., died Thursday. Survivors include his wife, Nelle E. E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home will announce arrangements. RAYMOND SMITH JR. Raymond Smith Jr., 38, of 1316 Division Ave.. West Palm Beach, died Thursday. Survivors Include his wife, Hazel; a son, Raymond III; five daughters, Joyce, Mamie, Cassandra, Ramona and Natalie, all of West Palm Beach; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith Sr., and a granddaughter. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home Is In charge of BAND OF SHOWERS - Showers and thundershowers are forecast today from the Great Lakes region southward into the Rio Grande Val crats for the general election next Tuesday. "They took this as a convenient time to release the money to us," said John Cashln, who was named executive director of the State Road Department by Gov. Claude Kirk, a Republican. "We knew all the time we were going to have this. We have had the mileage. There's no new money in this at all." The Department of Transportation, announcing funds for 50 states, said it has granted Florida $98.6 million in federal highway funds for the year starting next July 1, with $67.6 million earmarked for the interstate system. Cashin said this covers 1967-68 and, "We had the mileage for this last year. This Is old money." The executive director said that the state had already been allocated so many miles, and Congress then earmarked the amount of funds to cover these mileage allocations on a 50-50 matching fund basis. "This announcement would cover the 1967-68 mileage, which they already gave us," Cashln said. He said there had already been two cutbacks, or freezes, this year on federal highway funds and now It ap-oears things are opening up, with an election coming. The announcement from Washington apparently caught the State Road Department by surprise. Officials said they had received no prior word it was coming and the first notice they got was from news reports. "They could make this statement anytime, because this Is money they've allocated for road construction that everybody knew about in the first place," Bill Penrose, Road Department Information chief, said. "There's nothing new here, nothing new for any of the states. The only surprise Is the time they announced it." TALLAHASSEE (AP) The federal government announced Thursday It was granting Florida $98.6 million In highway funds and the move was promptly labeled "a bit of political hogwash" apparently timed by the Demo- Glades Death Is Probed BELLE GLADE City police are continuing their investigation Into the death of Mrs. Charlene Susan Betts, 18, of 200 NW 13th St., who died Thursday in Glades General Hospital. Patrolman Mike Marotta said Mrs. Betts was admitted to the hospital Tuesday. The mother of a two-year-old son, Charles Dale Betts, became 111 at the home about 5 p.m. Tuesday. At that time her husband, Wayne, took her to the hospital. Peputy medical examiner M. S. Ramos performed an autopsy Thursday. His report as to the cause of death has not been completed, according to deputy police chief D. Bill Mathls. .' Mrs. Betts' body is at Mix-son Funeral Home here. Fu-fieral services will be held here at 2 p.m. Saturday, with Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, West Palm Beach. Besides the husband and son, Mrs. Betts is survived by her mother, Mrs. Howard Lyle, and a brother, Roger. Lyle, West Palm Beach. Ware W. SlieriJan ANNOUNCCS THI Off NMO Of HIS OFFKI FOt IW HUCTtCt Of ttNHM DfNtSWf Office Hours By Appointment 1300 No!"rWKAl HWY. uki worm, fu. ElfCT REPUBLICAN C. RICHARD Table FLORIDA TABLE Apalachlcola 72 91 Belle Glade 80 54 Bradenton 79 48 Clewtston 78 61 Davtona Beach 74 50 Fort Lauderdale 79 63 Fort Mvers 80 56 Gainesville 74 42 Homestead 80 52 Islamorada 82 63 Jacksonville 75 45 Key West 78 68 Lakeland 75 54 Miami 80 61 Orlando 77 53 Pensacolt 76 53 Sarasota 79 48 St. Petersburg 75 60 Tallahassee 80 36 Tampa 77 48 Vero Beach 80 60 West Palm Beach 79 58 Water District Advice Urged Residents of Jupiter's western area who have complained cf drainage problems In low-lying lands were advised Wednesday night to petition the Northern Palm Beach Water District as a first step In solving their difficulties. Palm Beach County Engineer William Hill, replying to questions and comments from Arthur Brown and other concerned citizens, said that if sufficient signatures can be obtained on a petition then water district officials could work on establishing a unit for drainage. Residents, however, will be taxed annually should a drainage district be created. Also attending the meeting and offering to work with the group were Kenneth Strauss, Community Action Council (CAC) executive director and Kenneth Mock of Mock, Roos and Searcy Inc., consulting engineering firm for the Northern Palm Beach Water District. REP. TAX ASSESSOR KE'UIIICAN YK (pop Wr Pol. Adv. I MBA MM mm 1 m I McGEHEE OPPONENT O Yr$. None S Yrt. None 2 Yrt. None 15 Yrt. NONE TAX COLLECTORS ASSISTANT TAX ASSESSORS OFFICE LAKE WORTH TAX , COLLECTORS OFFICE TOTAL Sweet's Trial Stalled BARTOW (AP) The murder trial of John J. Sweet was interrupted Thursday after It was revealed that Irene Max-cy widow of the victim and a key state witness was confined In a Lakeland psychiatric hospital. "Our whole case hinges on the testimony of this witness," said State Atty. Glen Darty, prosecutor In the trial. Circuit Court Judge William K. Love quickly ordered the Jury of six men and six women out of the courtroom and called In two physicians after Mrs. Maxcy's attorney, F. T. Saussey of Tampa, told him she was hospitalized. . Sweet Is charged with first degree murder in the 1966 slaying of Sebrlng citrus mil-llonare Charles Von Maxcy. The state contends he hired two Boston underworld figures to kill Maxcy. After listening to the physicians, Judge Love called Jurors in and told them: "I regret to advise you that I'm going to have to recess the court until 9 a.m. today because of the absence of a witness whose testimony we must have before proceeding with other testimony in an orderly, legal fashion." He said the trial was being recessed for .further examination of Mrs. Maxcy to determine if she could be brought Into court. Vofe for ffie (MtlfJfP UHUMW CC r:' M eCUCE for PALM mach county C.Ernie MCUtntt TAX COLLECTOR LEMNGOOD JUSTICE of the SUPREME of FLORIDA -GROUP 1 COURT lect a proven judge For a Supreme Court MRS. GERTRUDE H. LOWE Mrs. Gertrude H. Lowe of 1124 Okeechobee Road died Thursday.' Survivors Include four daughters, Mrs. Winifred Witt of West Palm Beach, Miss G. Aldworth-Biggs of Christ-church, England, Mrs. Dorothy Holgate of Toronto, Canada, and Mrs. Elsie Hart of Bradenton; 10 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Redeemer Lutheran Church, West Palm Beach. Friends may call at Mizell-Favllle-Zern Hibiscus Chapel from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. ALTOGARZO RIVIERA BEACH Alto Garzo, 49, of 661 Parson Drive died Monday. There are no known survivors. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach, has charge of arrangements. Funeral Notices KI RTV K4LKNKR Funeral services tor Kurt V. Falkner, 67, ol 733 Rockland Drive, West Palm Beach, who died Tuesdav, will be held at 1) a.m. todav at Mizell Favllle Zern Southdale Chapel. JOSEPH G. FREELEV SR. Rosarv services for Joseph G. Fieelev Sr.. 72. ot 2579 Rosehaven Rd., West Palm Beach, who died Wednesday, will be held at 7:30 p.m. today at Qualtlebaum-Holle-man-Burse Funeral Home. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. todav. A funeral mass and burial will take place at Pennsauken, N.J., with the In-Klesby & Sons Funeral Home in charge. " MRS. MYRTLE STOKES WOODS DF.LRAY BEACH Funeral services for Mrs. Myrtle Stokes Woods, 30, of 901 SW 3rd Court, who died Sunday, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at St. Paul AME Church. Friends may call at Coleman Delray Beach Chapel from 4 to 10 p.m. today. MRS. THELMA KETTERER BOYNTON BEACH Funeral service for Mrs. Thelma Ketterer, 33, of 230 NE Uth Ave., who died Oct. 26, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Church of God In Christ, Boynton Beach. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. todav at Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach, and Saturday from 10 a.m. to service time at the church. Police Radio Jams Lake Worth TVs LAKE WORTH - Some members of the public have been getting more of the action, while watching cops and robbers television shows, than they bargained for. During the past week the city police department has received several complaints of police transmissions competing with program sound. Capt. Daniel Majewskl said the complaints are being logged and investigated. There had been no previous complaints in recent months, he explained. The captain suggested the Interference could be the result of older sets not being completely In tune, or freak conditions created by sunspot activity. 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"But it's very complicated matter and it took a great deal of legal research to prepare the suit," he said. The FEA has claimed that counties lost $76 million in school funds because of the millage rollback. The State Department of Education has put the figure at $60 million to $66 million. The suit, filed In U.S. District Court In Tampa, claimed the rollback law is unconstitutional because it applies unequally to the various counties and therefore violates the citizens' guarantee to equal protection. The law limits each county's authority to tax Itself for schools based not on how many children there are, but on how rich the property In the county Is, the suit said. Students Plan Election Push BELLE GLADE A "get-out-the-vote" campaign will be launched here Tuesday by members of the "Young Doers of America" organization, headed by Buddy Wilder, a Belle Glade High School senior. In order to impress on area residents the Importance of casting their ballots, the high school group is having cards printed to be handed voters and a telephone campaign will be launched to remind residents to go to the polls. The polls committee Is being headed by Nick Cantwell. He is assisted by Jack Fulenwtd-er Jr., Warren Buss, Pandora Buss, Georgia Davis, Dale Luce, Sharon Klcklighter and Pam Motes. Randy Fears has been named chairman of the telephone committee. Latin Fund Aid Abuse Laid To U.S. BOCA RATON Up to 80 per cent of United State's aid to South American countries is pocketed by high-ranking U.S. government officials, charged Dr. Vahakn Dadrian, a soclol-gist on the faculty at Florida Atlantic University. Dr. Dadrian recently returned from a tour of 10 Latin American countries. 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